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VOll >lK *£0L WAXAHACHIE. TEXAS OCTOBER 20, 191C NT.MHEK lsi>. I _I — « i„ T \KKN TO STATION IIOVSK kkK l/ON(« IH. o»KI» km; V. nil Ml ON HIM. In auto Mj, jgm|hil ..II Running Hoard of ur .n Whi li I'resident Was RiliK—Wilson Oet' Hi” He In Smoky City. By ROBT. .1. BKN'DKR. HTTsIUKCR- !’•*. OH. 20.— !,t.lenient Wilson’s fide nl.oiit tHisburgli today a man carrying a ; i atehel made a determined ef ,,i to jump on the running board i the president’s ear. He was fi U!l, „o‘rpo«ere.l and hustled off to a station house b> polieeiuen. It the st,»ti.sn Hie man said Ills Bi„, was Richard Cullen. He is a pvdnil of Pittsburgh and is about S years old. When questioned nt [ the station lie said lie was dissatls ; fml with the president’s handling ,,,■ the Euro|iean affairs, but he u.Hild not admit that he intended inx'kili; the president. Iti the aifhtl the |xilice found a long Mnl knife. The clasp nits tinfas ; tnfil. I uiliug mm nusnuiKM iihmj n* - lure starting oil the last lap of Ills . a-, hark to Shadow l.nwn President HIM received a great reception lit ihe lesidents of Kit.’ Smoky City. He was met at the train l»> a big rt.trdand his mute up town was mi ttnsnuous demons!ration. W. .1. Bryan met tlie piesiden. heie and shook hands with him to: :he (list time in several months. Brian rude in tlie president's auto tough the parks. The meeting u» une\|MTted. Ilryan was on Ids j •it to -Johnstown and reached liere ] (mu the lo st forty minutes late, j ni"iHe the train on which he was] s'.Hided to go east. Ctrr examining the prisoner tlie j foe derided that Cullen was in-i ■ Hts conversation w as nuiet at i t't hut soon became liittec and lie i runtili denounced tlie president’s I policies, r!ie uttaik occuri-ed ;it the inter-j •etaui of I’ifth avenue anil Smith* li I street, where tlie crowd was •"if and the autoimdiiles were "“I to move slow ly. Cullen leap* fi a the running bo a id and tried ^ ,1#t"i the door, hut was pu.slied v into die street hy civil service W11 who Hccoiiipanied 1'i-esidi nt ■' >m- He jumped and c.night the Mom- bile a « cond lime and dupli l,,s* ’lis efforts to reach the presi ‘ Tt Inn was forced backward and lr I down. I II I It >1 MISII l|. VOX I UKKX.I II \ X HI l*Oin Kl> TO H WE l!t I N WOl Mil'll l\ l,no. i lliiv l!'i’n Korwl in Give I'p Cum-I iiiiiiul nf Ailstrii-Gernians in Tran sylvania Because nf Wnuml. Veil Ivllick Retired. ROME. Ort. 20. A Zurich <1 I patch to tlie Courier® d'ltalia to-, day stated that Field Marshal Ka! ! kenhavn, former chief of the Her-' man general staff, has been wound- I ed in the leg and forced to re!iu-j tulsti command of the Austfo-Ger-j man armies in Transylvania. Errich von Falkenhavn was for-| metlv military instructor to the Chi-j nese govenment. then governor gen-j eral of Kiao Chau and military tu i to the German crown prince. Hi I was named chief of staff October! 27, 1MI, succeeding General von I Moltke. Tie was displaced by Gen-1 eral von Hjndenherg on August. 20. 1 I01G, and took command of the Transylvania operations .three days later. Genera! von Falkotihayn is j year; cld. Reports of his wounding I were followed a few hours by thej announcement in Berlin of the re-1 lirement of Genera! von Kluck, fain- | onu in the early days of the war. he-1 cause of a shrapnel wound received [ over a year ago. I MORE EARLY belief™ TROOPS 1- t'KTHKR WITHDRAWAL TROOPS FROM BORDICK NOT CONTKM PL \TFD BY W AR OFF1CK. _ They W ill Remain at Their Present Stations I Tit i I American- Mexi can (Tminiisulon Rearhes a Decision. WASH INGTON, Oct. 20. — No more important relief for troops now on the border is contemplated ! by the war department until tin American-Mexican com mission, now j meeting at Atlantic City, reaches a decision, it was learned today. It it i; decided to withdraw tlie troops they will return in a body, otherwise they will 1m left at their present border stations. TWO NKGHOKS IXJI'ltKI) w hkn i-xkv.itoic iuii:\ks. SAN ANTONIO, Texas. Oct. 20.— The elevator of the State National bank building on Hast Houston street broke and dropped Moni the third story to the basement. Two negroes. Rufus G aves and Nelson Graves, vcre seriously injured. As a musical atractlon. the aver age girl's band is a pleasant siglii for a ball bl«*ck belere he was fi nally overtaken by city detectives. W hen overtaken be -ahniitted to ar rest -till holding the satchel which was then half open. The car was occupied b.v President lurid Mrs. Wilson, Joseph Guffey and two s net service men. Ileapite the ! fact that the • ►resident’t Isidyuuartl .Twice threw the assailant from the j running board of the car. the chief j c\e< ufive till rno ' 1 • aim. Mi i Wilson share.! his rah.o. ' Hev j ing the secret service men won >! h< able t<i take ear.- of the assailai . I Miring the s< tittle a loaded rev - ver fell into the street. Whether I | Is longed to t'ulh-n or to the tleter live the police an unable to sa.v. By standers, who sav he i-evolver drop to the street. <Ji>n «*e as to who d topped if. Itr. Har. lav. pliysi. in for the Gui llen family. deelaivd this afternoon | that tie- nian'. mind is deranged ♦ ♦ ♦ mint \\ I III THI ♦ <* i i \ nnuTi s * ♦ ♦ ♦ i >r nun . ,i1 I’r' s: lei; t \\ ! - • n ♦ ♦ p innii l t’> Shadow l.aw-n after ♦ ♦ nuking fliii, ]»•■!■« I t ('nu n • ♦ — i* >.. iln I •<» w ill it ,ik- ♦ ♦ liner- l>nv mill re- at Shi <1- ♦ ♦ o« I-awn tomorrow aft >rnooi ♦ ♦ I!, piibl i I in! * ! I ,i In ♦ ♦ at li< Mote! \stei re-tit . • ♦ after hi- > iiiipaigt' tin wen ♦ ♦ St riniirt Mien Min-on will ♦ $ li"ik .. Vu’t i. Vr-iOim. in- ♦ ♦ night. ♦ ♦ I’ri hiliiti. I I- tmk Hanlv ♦ ♦ \ speuU at Pittslutrgh tonight ♦ ♦ alii ; iii-iiiii: i tiie il.i> cam- ♦ ♦ ,»a giiiiig in Kafir n Oli o . 'i| ♦ ♦ \V tern ivnrn ■- Ivnuia ♦ ♦ ♦ MW Mill) I (lit kill I Nl« IT MKIlltX XI I.'ITI II M I'K \ KHKI.I . T-\a •. Oct 1 tile cii“c of Sfhte vs. .1. J. Sujj^K tried for killing XV. S Sloan ati^Wtiy. a tenant farmer on the Speed ranch, (lie jury returned a verdict of not guilty after being out less than twenty-four hour*. The defendant is the son of S. (!. Speed, pronii nent stockman and farmer. FROST VISITS ENTIRE STATE ti:\i»i:u \ koktation was i»\m U.KIt IV CKXTIt.Xli TKXAS Is I All SOI I II AS TAX' IA»lt. HEAVY INJHE WEST The Panhandle Itcgion Was \ i*dted By Killing Frost That Extended to Abilene—Cold Weather At Military Camps. DALLAS. Texas, Oct. 20. The National Guardsmen on the border are today enjoying all the "rom l'orts” of home as a result of the first real cold wave of the season. Temperatures varying from 4o to 45 degrees are reported from all the military camps on the Rio Grande and in the interior. The Polled States weather bureau reported a killing frost in the Pan handle region as far south as Abi lene. Tender vegetation was dam aged in Central Texas as far south as Taylor. The following tempera tures were registered at 7 o’clock this morning Amarillo 28, Abilene 32, Fort Worth 34, Palestine 34, Dallas 35, Taylor 38. Huston 40, San Antonio 42. Galveston 16. Corpuc Christi 50. LIGHT SNOW FALLING IN ST. UMTS THIS MORNING ST. I.OI IS, Oct. 20. St. Louis and Eastern Missouri got their first touch of winter weather today. The temperature dropped to nine degrees above zero. A light snow was fall ing at 0 o’clock this morning, and the weather bureau forecasts its continuance during the day. DIRECTOR OF RESCUE OVERCOME BY CHS ,io\i;s xsphyxi xti:i> xvhii.k I'ltYIXta TO ItK.XOII Ml V i :\TOMHKI) IV VII V K. Six llodies. All Those of Americans, Have Keen Recovered I roni the Mine—l.ittle Hope Other Vlen Imprisoned. HA It RACKS Vila! .K, XV Va , Oct. _i) i,. m. Jones of the mine rescue ( ar from Pittsburgh was asphyxiated j Iiile trying to reach the entombed j rren at Jamiiison No. 7 mine today i'-to for rescuing ttie nine men . mi* ii. the sealed shaft liar practi cally boon abandon'd I All of tin1 six bodies tak .: < .* ’re I those of Americans Tin ' "re 1 directing the repair work in the . mine. A number of men "e e in jnred, none seriously, when tin* ex I j lys ion occurred. They w ere cluste • , f d about the shaft and were shower | i d w itli debris nhen the explosion | go j Subfcriho lor the )tally Kifht. TEUTONS IKE HEAVY ATTACKS I.KIIM AN'S A It ’ A IOI I.VTt.A AT - I Al kIM- IVsITIONs CAT. I t HI l> IIA t KIM II ABE DBIIIEB BACA Tilin' Attn k-> lt> lln- (inm»n« Aie IIrali-ii Itn h Itj the Krenrli. (nil ill it Attacks IK ijiih Tiii'mIh) M*lit. Iti Henri AAimhI. WITH THK. FRKNOH ARMY A HV A.WINK ON HA I* At .AIK, Oit. ill. Since Wednesday night the Uei mans have hern making terrifflc counter attacks against Sailly Snilllsle. conquered by the Frem h m brief hii11 violent fighting only a fev hours before. The very fury of the eoittiter at taik> ivn.“ evidence of the Importance attributed to these position*. Hy the victory . t Halil v Sailli le the French removed one the Hermann’ strongest positlqnji defending (hi* southwestern approach to Hapauine, which Herman prisoners repeatedly boasted was untakajile. At th* same ti:ni' II increased the allied brcr.ch in tin Herman line to a maximum depth of more than elevn mil ' < and extended the French posse 'inn of the I’eronne-Hapaante road to tour and a half miles. The Hermans began counter at tacking Tuesday night to recover that part of the village taken by the French Sunday. They swept for ward three times only to a" beaten back. Approaching the runway early \vednenda; morning we en countered many French wounded re turning from the successful renis tanee of those counter attacks Those who were aide walked, follow ing the sign hoards marking the paths to the dressing stations in the roar. Only those seriously wounded were riding aboard tin returning caissons, while those not so severely wounded seemed to prefer walking Vll were smoking cigarettes. Auto ambulances were enjoying full right of way and dashed toward the rear hearing silent, blood-coated and blood-stained figures. Other ambu lances were waiting on the roadside for their turn to dash forward to the front. Approaching the scene of the battle group- of stretcher boaters were visible carrying off the wounded under heavy shell tire Finally we readied an artillery post near Coniblcs where the fern cions attack launched fit 11 1'- was plainly visible As the troops da hod up the hill rockets were sot off to I direct the barrage fire w ith which ihe French screen 'd their advance, | Aeroplanes also flew- overhead sip | nailing to the rear as each objective i was attained. While we watched ! one of lUoi-d* HOroplaiM'K was torn'ii to descend hut landed safely helm: I i the French lines. In a quartet ut an I hour the French had conquered the I i illage. Other groups of soldiers wem visi ; hie passing up grenades, machine j guns and belts of ammunition nec»s ! s - i v t<' enable tlieir comrades to ■ hold the village. , The quick capture if s illy was an | example of the present power ar.d ; dash of the French infantry. After 1 attaining this objective the French • pushed forward capturing the doml I nating heights to ihe north .i t. 1 IITU.m I HJHTI Nti IN CI'.ltN I IUSTUICT. soil! ttl I’Ol! I. SOFIA, OH. 2'». Heavy righting ii- the C.*t iia bend is rep >ri.e«t In an official statement issued I . t i- v.ar otfio- today. FORMER GOVERNOR GENERAL j OF CANADA REACHES LONDON LONDON. October 2" The Duke jot Connaught, former gov*-'nor gen eral of Canada, accompanied by the ! dechess and daughter. Princess Pa / 11 i*• i•*. lias arrived in London The duke’s departure from Cana t da was kept a .-«•< ret for several da and the name of the vessel on which he sailed was not revealed, preauiwa hly became of the presence ot the German tbmarin** t .'> 1 off t • \t ’atic coast ♦ ♦ ♦ W V(.t:iN «<\ \\ II M'N ♦ ♦ Now II I \ I N MOW 1 ♦ « CINVIW ATI. On h |. * ♦ 11 -• ♦ ♦ It il.n it;;.- ii ... <1 ' it I ♦ ♦ t . in l-.-t in \\ l|«oii ;ii i-i ♦ ♦ . it n mv. !l< |>l ■ ’i| thin ♦ ♦ ' ■ ■ -r*Iil \ .it s''"" til# ♦ s t I'll 'I II . till 'I 1 I til ♦ ♦ > l . i.n noth* i ml '' I"■> ♦ ♦ to l.’.utio i i nnotiiei Htltthr • ♦ w. -• lit* ;ivmtti’ Is i It lit ♦ ♦ \- w York i ni* ■ i't i n |i mi I n ♦ + te |l:,m I’ll Ii Till'," nil tin- ♦ ♦ i .nnliil.it. it’ <1 mi ii!r<'V ;ift* ♦ ♦ - ■ 1.1 ii.. rout 'Tim ♦ •III MAN NAT! IlK" TO IU I N|\ I-'IISI I \ rot HHI: MINSK A I’OI.IS. Minn.. <Vt 2" V four*** in human nature will be iijiei’i'il at tin’ University of MitlII* sot n Novomli*’! I Motive* w hli li i'HII’ ’ |ll'i |lll' in llll thillKS rlil’*« Ull OII rliaraetor*. and Institute art' to lir "ttiiiifHl. N'o secret will be safe from tin |i rfpi tol pupil* of thi* i coni**’, i; i; «ta id. Urol'. Rupert l.o«l«(« of the philosophy depart me lit of ilie State University will lie in, rli u rve VILLA HOLDS BIG TERRITORY uimittko that ihmut cov i itni s i \m.i: iviiit « i si i it\ \ \ I» SHI I Ill'll \ (llllll \lll \. LEADER OF RAIDS Villa HI tiers DetielimelllN lit Tell People He Is l.eudpr of llneh Hand, Thus t'atiwlng Con fusion to Itorullon, KH I’ASO, Texas, October 20. I’aiK ri Villa Is now In rout ail of the en'lre western »11(1 south 'll portion i i the state of Chihuahua, according to admissions Hindi by Cat i iinza ol flel.lls at .1 Utlre/ ;|, detail ' of the I'Midit leid'-r's ruld on the town of Sen And t'S last Tuesday began real him; t he horde'-. The town of San Andres Is on I x twenty-five miles west of Chlhnuhu ■ city and is on the Mexican «v North western line. Despite proles'ations of vigorous pursuit of the Villi't '-, refugees «r living in Juarez dee la e that C rmtt /i, troops are making no eff >rt to i base the bandits and appear to be rvoiding coming in c intact with tleni. Thousands "f Carranza told ie s from the south tire being held it Chihuahua City to reinforce the de fact i garrison there, as the mil. lari authorities expect another at tuck on the it'.y soon by Villa. Villa has (n'de <1 detachment. of . his com maud operating in t'hihtia i l ua t > Inform the Mexican peopl< ; that lie pei on.ill', led that band, | Men causing confusion as to «his I actual location. FRENCH MACHINE GUNS GUARD ATHENS STREETS iimu.Kin wit mu him <•» ns l*H\TKI> IT iri'HOII'IIKs III I'll I Mil* II- STItt I IS. jTI»«*r«* Mas Hern imi Kcim'mmI t I Itiot icg—I i 'mli l.*.-l< as,. Mail) > I tin- llt-eeks Irresteil hisiluy Night. LON IH) Si. Oct an 1*’reach artil 11< r.v and machine guns now cominainl ll e approaches to name of the prim j, i pit I streets in Athol’s, but then has ’ t en no renewal of rioting, according | to delayed dittpatchen The Kiel.eh : have released tteveml of the (freeke I arrested Tuesday night tor shoutin'-’ j ii.suiting remarks, detaining only I • owe who appeared to he leaders in ; the attempt t i work up demotistr c | lions against the allied troops. lit It. Vlis V It I Mitt I I l> IIV si Mltl V \ I Mill i I — - _ I PARIS. Oct 2o. I he war ff< . announced today that the sierbianc i It; ve • apturetl the plateau tud villa a i Of Veiyeselo. on the western >'id of I the Macedonian front pa; tine hi I Bulgarians to root HE SEIM FORCES ■HE THEIR ME _ . i m i ifc I_I ltl\* l«l> II It; It I'ST IS i| N K si M I « i\ 11. \\ Alt i vi i rr m it im; I I I IT It l OltM It. PASSES I/O AAAI R'leinliei \\ lieal s i|(| tm 1.71 7-N lent* Itllsliel Him,|| tfll'l 0|M-|| lilt-—Mllol I I f lip 1'illlM iif I lie tilinlieo. rlllCACO I let Wheat jump .(I over itie |.7<l m ai k todav and j teirhed the highest point tdtlcp the < lvt| win , with the exception of the Inch level In the Loiter cornet 111: thus An hour after the opening nt t.titt t winy llecenihet mill it 171 T s tied May wheal nt 17* i! * Inner there, w if, mine rei esaimi*. (iralninen predicted two dollar, wheat in a few week*. t'aliadiauj wheat is snowed under, report* say,) and nitty not got to luurket tills n'M ' mm. During tin ic ion there were; estimate* that tlie crop, ulreudy low. I w il! in dill fin thei reduced. I'he ptevlom high record for Min i was 1 •*" which wa* reached in Feli eu ary, 1 It 1 f* after the Korop- nti war had held up Rusivtan wheal. I'Mir-i ing tin l.eiter corner Mnv wheat I reach-d 1.H5 During the civil war. May wt cat reached two dollar* u bushel. Corn al-i allowed ehatp advances) today, Ilecemlicr advancing three points. Report* of snow in tin- corn) belt were responsible for the rise, ;■ rain men say HILKFN FEARS BREMEN LOST! i M.WUH-:!! sti Mt'tfW J'iRil’ANV \i>mits si n.M.wtlM, is MONTH o\ I Kill I . I Whether the \ esseI llns llw ii t'ii|i*j til ml or Sunk Is Noi Known. I ruled | lie < T i, It .is l*ei Ishi'il. HALT I woiti:, Oct :■» Haul Mi’. I I rn adutitted t xlny that the Herman j .,il,ina me Hi emeu is a month over ' due and that lie fears the e s< l tin* met with an aretdrnt and hits hern ! lo t with all her crew. Tills in Hie ‘ first time that any one in position | ; i know the Herman side of the story j of Ho- Hrennrr has permitted tils i i,. iin to he used in connection with i'i.e belief that the ship is lost Milken Is the American manaKer in tiie Ocean company, owners of jshe Hiemen and I teutsrhland. H11 - I icon returned lo I lull I more today ■ iioni New London Conn., where he : ! a been awaiting; (he arrival of t'ae | C liner lie made no effort to hide I the f’rief he felt over the fate ot ttic i boat and of iho dentil of the piempers j of lyr crew. composed of thirty offi ! i ers and men BEAT BACK IDE BUM i' sriTi or hi \n iit'iitJ.iKl.ix ciMM m>: sriuiH 1*0*11 nm\i xm* two MU ks. OCCUPY A VILLAGE I In* i l»s xiv Itrnwlng l.l«o*i Clowr in ihi> Town hi MonnuUr. Iloiliii Xilmilx Horlilnn Unlim ,Xio Mmlr. I.OMHi\, o> i. 20.—lii the face or 'IllM'orn lliilgurlnti rr<lrt»wr Her lu.in tioops halo pushed forwml hm mil*' iiortli of the Unitarian lta»e ,ii '.| iiui'lir, uciiiptlug the village of \ clc"i |n. it wu* officially aioioMiici'il Iml.iy. Selhia**'1 claim to Mill fulfil ir 'in «•»•"*■' arc flatly contradicted l y • h<> (*erinait wan office llita nflcr noon. Iteiiln statement* admit the Seri*' made ***me hiilm lull TWliiWl ih*' iii'h Smliian iii'onslve in the aicin Im'imI o| the Caernn river ha* hern checked. Ilrcmise of the Sci*. Id in olfenolve and the tense 'it mil ion in it lien' the lialkao' held tin* * eti let of the war '(cue l*alay. I rajtiiientary dl*|mtrlie* fami llif (.reek <u|d«al I hi* afternoon indirat* tli.it the situation tv a' again mare critical despite the severe military iensures reported yesterday. On the western front a heavy rain I im night continued t«* lmpe*ie oper ation' throughout the .night .and early today. The <i*-rmans have re pi ited tlie rapture of trenches north i.r the Somme from the Itrilisli and tlie dt-'fruction of three llritisli tanka hi artillery lire. Imt otherwise the I iemit. Ilrllldi and Merman war of* ilies an roe that no developmruta tif im|*ortaiie«' have oeeurred. ItKHI.IN, Oct. 2d. — Field Maralml Alevun !e*r M It von KlttcU. who eeinnmiidi d the right wing of the tinman nr my In Ita a weep toward Maria in the fail of lit It, ha* been placed mi ih" retired lint at hi* own iti|.io.d. Me had never returned to tic front aline he was wounded by •■lirapnel fire in .March. I !* I . while inapei ling advanced poaitk>ua. The Field Maraliul way To v-ar- >1,1 last May TWO MODE DliiHS CLAIMED BY STORM t Iflld) WAS Kll,M l) VI A\l>\ l,()|'HI A, \l. \I1\M \ VI) l*IW»|*. KltTY MAMAMK MKAVY. Several II iiisin Were Destroyed and Mum Person* Are lii.ity-'-d One Is Killed at Kiuerpvise. MOBII.K, 0<t. 2‘>, • Belated re port* from Wedncaday's lufrleane showed lint one child had been kfll e ami one million dollars damage (' 'iio a’ Amlaloilsda. Several In'iiwes \ ere destroyed and man}' persons > ire lninied. One pe'sou was killed near Kii* j lei prise , Fire lust night destroyed the $3(i,» i non mill of the Southern Oil eou: [ cany here It \ICMZ. M<\ho. »f|. ‘Jo.— \ Imtilr I- now imkiiik tw«-niy-H*«* iniIt*— ■ of • hiliuahtia l II) Mvo iii iiml a tnni- n( t'aitaiiAu tr<-o|iH, an online l« t«*|*or|N Mired to I milttart miu>.|i'ait- r* ilit. aftor [ IHIOI. Nearly four llrnu uiul men are er; ! "ax*'<l. N ilia is |w rsumt!!y lendinu (lie Kan Ills. The Carranzisfas ars ( rtisliiiiK i-elnfureeuieMts ti» f!»e seene J i»f the baffle.