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WAXAHACHIE DAILY LIGHT ;
fltpME X»rv- __ WAXAHACHIE, TEXAS, Monday, octorkr ..,.6, number t*. mi ns Hi L urm WKMHKRH OK CIIKW * thok.ht to havk pkr ,*HM» WITH Mil IP. K fS frost .^0 Consul nl gius nsiown C« ^Ciutf Dflwrtnient Two Ameri ^ yfrrf Members of CTeW. SmIi Without Winning. ftSHINbTOX, Octolx-r 30.—The Marina, sank by shell fire of lilf0min submarine Saturday. was 0 to tbr bottom w ithout warning, ,M| Frost at Queenstown cabled 0 M, department today. Frost ad the crew was re|torted to in 00 Americans. Only thirty-four * of« crew of 104 have been ac mid for so far. Frost cabled. to filing the blame for the destrue M of the Marina it will he neces m to determine the character of 0diip'scharter. Same of the horse dpt which have been plying be am the I’nited States and F.ng 01 were directly or indirectly eliar mnl by the British anti French gov ftvwats, in which cases they as m the character for the time be hf«f admirnlity vessels and subject >truck without warning. Hifsc unestions must be settled idea course is determined as to linker the sinking of the Marina ■t gain raise the submarine issue town this country and Germany, (onsal Frost also cabled that the hncss freighter Rowan metre, from hitliuore to Liverpool, was attack- | it if a submarine and sunk while rig to.esca|N>. Two Americans Mlire Filipinos, Frost's cable said, w »board. He Marina sunk at d p. m. Satur hf. 100 miles west off Cape Clear,” hog said, "Thirty-four of the 104 Mbcn of the crew were landed ut hwkhaven," he said “hut life boats luilit are still missing.” Ik Konanmore, according to statement, tried for fifty hates to esra|>e from the siihma ke. and when the master brought k rowel to a stop he signalled ho ** abandoning her. The subma ■econtinued its firing and shelled klib boats after they had cleared, ^k submarine torpedoed the ievuuaore at 11:30 o'clock, but she not sink until 2:40 p. in. The *» kmiwl at. Uantry. two Americans on board the kumsore were George Murphy of k>*lm and Albert Kessler of Bos k front will get tlielr affidavits ****** possible. WSHKGTOX, October 30.—Con gFl'0*** Queenstown cabled the Monument today that two («!, nere members of the crew 1 Mtish steamer Marina, which ank s*tm.,|av_ Also there were 'Bpinos among the crew, he *18 "Mt the vessel was sunk was "Mwl hv Frost. that SEVENTY 0K CREW WFllK LOST ^ ND0\, (Htober HO.— Seventy to have been lost ' ,he sinking or the British Marina of Glasgow. Only w ,h<‘ WW or 104 have ^ °f tour other ships ha,,. rrport»‘d during the past ) w"**' htn,r«- They were tl.e ! •tearuer Sir. ,he Bussian | ha p._ *Kerso||, the Norwegian1 t ’be Greek steam- j ^ M' ri.a,, consul at (Queens- j fcJ'W’Phttl tlmt the Marina in "nli "Hhout warning Sat-: h?""n' >*‘"‘r'd Americans | H. have been among the ! ^11 iron, Itockbav-1 “ 'hat ik.. *Ntl( n9w "“K aboard no mention 'Mar o *" nuDl,H>r of ca.sualities. j Vueenstown 3ispat,|, Mat I«(l I hat Consul Frost's re|w>rts showed that the big liner Itmiamnore, which was sunk hr a suhnArine, was shelled while the crew was still alioard the I mat. The Marina was a steel steamer of 5,201 tons, ishc was Imilt in Iinhi and was owned h> the Oonnldson line. Tile vessel flew tlie Ih-itish fI«S jlNSTITI TK OK K.lltMKRS TO BK HKI.lt TOMORROW MACD, Texr.s. October 30.—J. C. Allen, farmers’ institute lecturer of the state department of agriculture, is scheduled to conduct an institute here tomorrow. F. C. Marks, another lecturer, is conducting an institute today* at Uowin, and H. L. Bentley is at Loaders. Tne three institutes are the first of a series which will be held by the department in smaller towns of the state. Lectures will be given at Avoca, Oct. 31; Mineral IVeJIs, Nov. 1; Red water and Garford, Nov. 2; Oran and Foch Nov. 3; Hooks and Wea therford, Nov. 4; end at New Ben ton, Nov. 6. TWO WIRELESS CENSORS REMOVED FROM JOBS HEFTS. KEEP AND CLARKE ARE TRANSFERRED TO OTHER SERVICE. The Navy Department Declares That No Foreign Government Was Re sponsible for Their Removal. Successors Appointed. WASHINGTON, October 30.—No foreign government’s request was re i sponsible for the removal of Lieuten ant Henry S. Keep and Lieutenant O. ?. Clarke as wireless censors at Siaseonset and Sayville, according to a statement by Admiral Benson, acting secretary of the navy, today. Benson stated that the action orig inated in his own office, but refus ed to explain further. The appointment of Lieutenant J. C. Clarke to be censor at Siaseonset and Lieutenant D. H. Stuart at Say ville to succeed the deposed offi cials was announced today. The change was made for the “good of the service,” Assistant Secretary of the Navy Roosevelt said. The depart ment has not been satisfied with the manner in which the jobs were han dled, Roosevelt said. FORMER GOVERNOR LITTLE OF MMN5I5 IS DEIO HAD NEVER RECOVERED FROM NERVOUS BREAKDOWN SUF FERED NINE YEARS A(K>. FORT SMITH. Ark., Oct. 30.— John Sebastian Little, former gov ernor of Arkansas and congressman from the fourth district, is dead at Little Rock. He suffered a nervous breakdown soon after his inaugura tion as governor in January, 1817, and has been an invalid ever since. He died Sunday. JAMES WILTON ENTERS PLEI OT GUILTY TO ROBBERY AUTO BANDIT ARRESTED IN DAL LAS WILL SHORTLY BE SEN TENCED STATE PRISON. DETROIT, October 30.—James Wifton, leader of the trio of auto bandits who held up and robbed the Burroughs Adding Machine com pany’s pay truck on A' f an<* escaped with $32,500. pleaded uilty today before Police Judge Stem to a charge of robbery with firearms. He was held to the next term of th° ^ recorder's court to be. sentenced un der bond in the sum of $10,000. The young band showed absolute i t;concern during the brief court proceedings. His '-rev suit was wrinkled as a result of a couple of r.'ghts spent at the police station and bis long journey from Dallas, Texas. \h'M ItlMPS 1 KKI, • 1.1 KIC IH TTOVS WASHINGTON, Oct. So It. will be ban! to tell a pocket ful of dimes from a pocketful of buttons pretty soon. The new dimes whirh the government will begin introducing today to all persons who desire to meet them, will be concave on one side, as a result of high relief on the other side The relief is designed lo Increase the beauty of Mis- Liberty, whose face still adorns the ten-cont piece, albeit she is wearing a winged cap and looks different in other re speots. i OF i VISITS BERLIN - ! I FIELD MARSHAL HIXDE.XBEKG I KETI IIXS TO CA1MTAL FOR | FIRST TIME NlXCE WAR. Shops Decorated Willi Flags and Crdwils Throng the Streets to Get m Glimpse of Ger many's War Hero. I ■ ■ lly Karl W. Ackerman. BERLIN, Oct. 30.—Arriving in Berlin for his first visit since the beginning of the war Field Marshal Hindenberg today became the ob ject of great demonstrations through out the German capital. it was several hours after he reached Berlin before the news spread throughout the city. Then shop keepers bung out flags and immense crowds gathered In the streets to get a glimpse of Germany’s popular war hero. Hindenberg was first received by the kaiser at Bellevue palace. Later lit and his wife and daughter dined with the kaiser in a private room. It Is understood that Hindenberg will meet some of the government heads after his conference with the em peror. The kaiser himself spent several hours in Berlin Saturday. After vis itng the city’s soup ktclien and eat ng cabbage and meat stew his majes ty received a long report from Chancellor von Bethmann-Holwegg. men ran «WJTH HUES 1HIK IS REVEALED IN A LETTER FROM GENERAL SARRAIL TO A FRIEND IN PARIS. He Complains That His Army Is Made Up of the Scum of AH the Annies—Letter Print is 1 In Herlin. BERLIN, October 30.—General Sarrail, commander of the allied troops in the Balkan % reveals in a personal letter to a friend In Baris that Portuguese troops are fignting with the allies in Macedonia. The letter was published in the Tageblatt which says it obtained a copy from a neutral source. Sarrail complains that his soldiers are composed of the "scum of all the armies,’’ and says that It Is such a "Babylonian confusion of natHrs end languages the world perhaps has never Been since the Xerxes cam paign.’’ He lauds the Serbians as his bravest and best fighters, says the British and Russians want to do as they please and calls the majority of Italians cowards. Sarrail, if this report is true, has under his command French, British, Russians, Italians, Montenegrins and Portuguese troops, as well as Greek voitwui : 's. and Belgian armored motor car detachments. *|H.<MK> I’LACEII AT 01>IM» OK IO TO « ON HKiHES NEW YORK, Oct. 30.—Wall street tickers this afternoon reported that about. $18,000 was placed on the election today at qdds of 10 to 9 on HttKheR. The odds quoted are at $10 t,o $8.50 on Hughes and even money on Wilson. THE 1 INS I 'IHoofs i \i)i:il KXI.KI VII XX\ PIIK* I I* II U K OVKR THHKi: MII FH lit HI M.XXI.ANS. AudnMirrtiMin invasion of Ituma nia .Appears to Have Item Tem poral II) Halted—l*ri\e in Itohrudja Coni in lie*. LONDON, Oil. Ill) -The Uuma ninns have thrown baark Field Mar shal Falkenhayn’a force* for more than three miles In a battle north of Oampolung. a Cetrograd dispatch announced today. The Teutons have been reinforced and are counter at tacking with great vigor. Another strong Auslro-Uertnan force Is also attacking northeast of that village The Anstro-Oennan invasion up peats to have been blocked at near ly every point on the Transylvania border, according to the British of final statement. The Vienna and Berlin war offiee announced some further progress, but these appar ently bear out the claims of Bucha rest that General Faikenhayn's of fensive has been checked, at least temporarily. The Teutons are being swept back against the border everywhere along the front. At some places they have been driven across the frontier. Field Marshal Mackensrn’s pur suit of the Kusso-Kunianlaus in Dob rudja continues, the defeated armies retreating tnward a bend in the Danube river. CHMEiioirniE NAMESJF OFFICIALS UNPLEASANT PEELING DEVEL OPING BETWEEN TWO SOUTH AMKRIGAN REPU BUGS. Charge Is Made That Hra/.il llad to Fay Gamld|ng Debts of For mer Minister to Ar grntina. Bl ENOS AIRES, Oct. 30.—Very unpleasant feelings have developed between Brazil and Argentina be cause of recent charges involving the names of Foreign Minister Sousa Dantas of Brazil and ex-Forelgn Minister Zeballos of Argentina. The charge was made by a Buenos Aires Newspaper that the Brazilian government had been compelled to pay the gambling debts of Sousa Dantas when he retired as Brazilian minister of Argentina. Sousa-Dan tas promptly offered to resign, but the president of Brazil refused to | accept his resignation. hater the I charges were denied, and that Sousa-ij Dantas is being supported, is evi dence that they were untrue. One Brazilian newspaper said the charges against Sousa-Dantas were manufac tured by an Argentina group headed by Foreign Minister Zeballos who j wanted war with Brazil. SENA LOOSE MAY I E REPLY TONIGHT WILL LIKELY ANSWER FORMER ASSISTANT WAR SECRETARY AT REIM BL1CAN RALLY. Following Lodge’s Attack on Presi dent Wilson He Was Denounced l»y HreckenrUlge Am “Be ncath Contempt." BOSTON, Oct. 30. — Senator Lodge, whose attack on Wilson in connection with a second Lusitania note was denounced by former Sec retary BrecHenridge as “beneath ct'ntmpt,’’ will make whatever re ply he sees fit at a republican rally iu 1‘ittsfield tonight. Dr. Charles H. Bailey of the Tufts Dental school, on whose authority Senator Lodge made the charges, today reiterated his statement that the letter he wrote to Grafton D. Cushing, which was quoted by Lodge, was a fair and not at all exaggerat ed story of his conversation with Dreckenridge. A woman may not love her ere mles, but she frequently puts up a good bluff by kirsing them. l.\TVsr l»\M I \\ VI.MM. t.linsl ; I Sh M» Ml sir CHICAGO. Oct. 10 Don't tell anybody the kind of music you dance when ".Walking the Ghost.'* because t might be •aid that you didn't know what you were talking about. There Is no music when "Walking the Ghost” Is performed. "Walking the Ghost" made its appearance in the dunce pro gram of the Canter dub at a lo cal hotel Iasi night. "It's the newest thing tit rag time anil trots mil is danced without inu ic you know,” saiir Walter Gregory, manager of the club, "and It has no rela tion to pay day TEUTONS STURT NEW OFFENSIVE AXOTHKU VIOLENT COVNTEK AT TACK LAI'XCHKII BV GER MANS StllTH OE HOMME. \ IDE BEATEN DICK The French AV*r Ollier Claims flic Repulse of All Attack* Except nt Maisonette Farm—Hu inaiilans Win Victor). LONDON, Oct, IK). The German troops, famed for their fighting powers at Verdun, have launched another counter attack south of the Somme, and after lust night's fight ing the French war office udmltted that the Ueriunmi penetrated as far us Maisonette farm west of I'eronne. i The German war office reparted the capture of Maisonette anil all French poslllons extending from the farm to Blaches, taking 412 prison ers. British gains north of the Somme la admitted at Berlin. All along (he Transylvania frontier, the Austro-Germans and Rumanians are engaged in u series of battles. The Gorman war office has announ ced the capture of several villages and heights southeast of the famous Red Tower pass, but conceded Ru manian victory southwest of Szurduk pass. The official report from Petro grad says the enemy ^forces have been pushed hack three miles by the Rumanians north of Cumpoluug. In Dobrudja fresh buttles are em inent. The Berlin official state ment reported Muckensen's pursuing detachment in touch with the re I tnkutiu() Sxu'iTaliiuito. THE COPELAND JURY HOPELESSLY DIVIDEO ■ THAT IK REPORT MADE TO THE COl'RT AFTER DELI BE HATING SINC E HATERHAV NIGHT. The Court Refuses to Discharge the Jury—The Case of George Ryan Culled for Trial. GALVESTON. Texas, OetobeV 30. — Tiio jury trying John Copelund for Ihe murder of William Hlack, anti t'athollc lecturer, at Marshall over a year ago, reported shortly before ten o'clock thiH morning that it was hopelessly divided. The court re Iused to giant the jury’s request to be discharged. The jury has been out since 8 o’clock Saturday night. The case of George llyan. charged with being one of the men that ahot Hlack after the latter refused to can cel his lecture engagement and leave Marshall, was called today. The state asked for postponement because Sadie Hlack, adopted daughter of the lecturer, and the principal wit ness for the state, is ill at Redding college at Abingdon, 111., and unuble to testify. QEHISON MANIJIGQatTTED Z ON CHARGE OF MOOOFB .vo'skd kii.i.im; man foi xt> WITH HIS WIFE OX THE XIOIIT OF JI LV 14. SHERMAN, Texas. Oct. 30.—W. C. Turner of Denison, who shot and killed W. F. White whom he found ran of smiti rosaui CAPTURED If SHITS sitting on the porch at the Turner home nit Uig night nf July 15 with Turner's wife, was actiuitted of mur der today. The verdict wa* returned on In atruction* hv the court and recom mendation* of the county attorney. I Rl-ATII tiKNIH.%1. IS IN mimman'ii ok nnuMivs. _ \ It Kit LIN. October 30 French ntwspapfera report that the French Heneral Hertholet ha* been appoint ed commander-ln-chlef of the Ru manian a Any with the Russi.tn Ren etui Hlelavey n* his assistant. Tt I.SA TO HK.Ul' TMK tlRAXI) OPKHA SINtiKRS "TI’LSA. Okln. Oct. 30 The Kills (Irand Opera company, with Herald 'd Iik Farrar and other stars, will give the performance here, beginning tonight. Special train* are being run on all rail road*! and the advance sale of real* exceed* $26,000. tilrl Killed In Auto t'ra*h. TKMPUfi, Texas. Oct. 30 When two autos collided north of town last night Ml** Selma Albright, aged 20, was tiirown from the car In which she wart riding with her sister and brother-in-law, Joe Altwlne, and in stantly killed, her head being crush ed. Mrs. Altwlne was seriously In jured. GERMAN POSITIONS TAAENJlf FRENCH TIlfCNCHKH CAPTUKKI) IN FIGHT ING NOKTHWKNT OF NAILLY I.ANT NIGHT. outh or the Homme Hie Germumi Suc ceeded in IVnoiruling >la*ionette Farm—Of tier Attacks Repulsed. PA1U8, October .10 French troops captured German trenches northwest ot SalUy In a renewal of the atftick north of the Somme last night. Touching the outskirts of the strongly fortified town held by the Teutons, It was officially announced today. South of the river the Germans at tached nineties and Maisonette farm after a most intense bombardment. The French repulsed a large part of the attacking force, hut the Germans succeeded In penetrating Maisonette farm. pn the Verdun front only artillery engagements wore reported. THE PRICE0FI COTTOH HAKESJWTHEH OECLIHE Fl'Tl'KKH HROKK ABOUT TWO IMHXAKN A BAI.K TOKAY. YIAItt H DOWN 11 POINTS. NKW YORK, October 30.—Price* on the cotton market broke sharply today, the decline amounting to about $3 a bale. January quoted at 18.39 anti was 44 points off, March 18.03, was 41 points off and May, off the same amount, sold at 18 66. CRITICISM OF 0QVERKMENT REPUOIIUOJIRREB0R00 DISAVOWS STATEMENT ATTHID l TED TO ('AIIKKKA ( KITKTS I \<« THE UOKDEK PATHOL. WASHINGTON, October 30.—The formal repudiation by the Mexican ambassador, Arredondo, of the al leged criticism of the American bor der pulrol has not been received by the state department up to the pres- j cut time today, but it Ih anticipated following the informal repudiation last night. At the embassy it was said that Arredondo is ill. More boys would run away front their homes, if they felt confident; they could cotne home for their meals. I Subscribe for the Hally Light. MiFLICHT CARRANZA RF.FKNIIKRM FlltKD FFW SHOTS AT RANIMTH AMI I'l.HI* TO THK HIIiIjH. moving! FIRIt The 'lain Force of Vllllataa la Re imrted to He 'loving Southward . Toward Jiiuinea and I'arral. Have Three Tralna. Kl< FASO, Trxaa. October M.—The town of Santa Roaalla, about eighty mile* Mouth of Chlhuntina City/la in tlie bund* of the TillUta handlta while Hie main force of VIIIMa, on three *|>ecial tralna. In moving noutb wartl tow aid J Inline* and I'arral, ac cording to report* made today to I’nlted Stale* department agenta and mining mni|»any r«*jire*entatlvea here. The iirai|Mtl<>n of the (own took place Matiir<la) with little bloodshed. An the VllllatHN approached Manta Itimalia |Mirt of the Corrsnxa garri son fled to the Itllla. The others flrctl a few Mhota at the han«Uta awl fol lowed. Colonel Fernandes is In command of the VHIIstas, reports to Juarez stated. I .caving a small occupation force at Mania KimsIIr the main My of Vlllistas marched south of a (siint where the railroad was cot, and ni ter hoarding three trains pulled out for the south, according to details ■delved by the Manta Itosalla Springs company, an American owned cor poration with offices here. Military men are expecting an at tack on .llinlnc* In a short time. The garrison them nnndiers several thou sand de facto government troops un der the command of the Arvetn bro thers. The important town of 1‘arral has a heavy Carranza garrison under the command of (General lain Herrera, it former Villa general who was grained amnesty from the de facto gifvcrnment. Villa has promised to capture Parral awl execute Herrera with his own liawls. Tim m’ltluuiinlaU are limmiliu more active In the state of Honors. General t'alles, military governor of that state, here on his way to Mex ico city to confer with General Car ranza. narrowly e«ca|ted death when the train on which he was a passen ger passed over a dynamite homb on lls way to the Iwtrder. A freight train following the passenger train was blown up. Two American negroes, now being held in the Juarez jail following their arrest liy a Carranza patrol, will lie sent to Chihuahua City for trial. They were made prisoners hy the Carranaiataa late yesterday eight miles south of here. I'nlted State* department officials are Investigat ing the affair. The prisoners claim they were shooting rabbits when the Curranzlstas opened fire on them. They fled to an adobe house. The Mexicans followed them and after ovei powering ami robbing tltem car ried them to Juarez. The Mexican defaeto officials declare that the ne groes were firing on the patrol. Half the people ere stout. Why are all the fashions shown on the skinny? WITH THK CAND1HATKH. Democrat— President Wilson Is at Shadow Lawn preparing for his Buffalo speerh. Republican—Judge Hughes is speaking in Ohio and will ad dress a crowd at Columbus to night. Socialist—Allen Benson is scheduled to speak at Wewoka, Okla., tonight. Prohibitionist — J. Prank Manly Is campaigning in Penn sylvania today.