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"TOO INTIMATE RELATIONS" TO;
BE TRIAL FEATURE
Kansas City, Mo., May 28. Dr.
William E3ara, leading St." Joseph,
Mo., physician, was to-take the standr
i. today in bis own defens, and plead as
justification for the shooting of W
Putnam Cramer of Chicago, that he
suspected Cramer of too intimate re
lations with Mrs. Mam.
The defense indicated when7 court
convene'd today that iFhad but few
witnesses to offer and tjiat Dr. Ela.nl
himself would he the last called. The
state rested unexpectedlylate yes
terday, after occupying only one day.4
The defense then offered one wit
ness, Dr. C. R. Woodson of St. Jos
eph, who swore 'that Dr. EUam was in
an extremely neryavis and rundown
condition at,' the time he shot and
killed Cramer in tEe ijptel Baltimore
here. 1 ;, '
Washington,' May 28,The state
department made supreme effort Ijo
day to get truth regarding reported
taking or inunMons of -yvar at Puerto
Mexico for Huerta,. The departpjent's
advices were that the Ypiranga had
landed the J. Krupp japid fifers and
munitions whicn were responsible for
the occupation of VgrdSiruz and an
American Casualty "fisCTf 21. This
was eontradj,c,ted by this '
ment which" Insisted th
landed was unit o;
tact, seesyzpryan i
The BgVaija'on SatUrdSf landed
l.OOOOGQrthmds of-1 amiarfnjtion,
many rilfes Juid 321 rolls, or thirty
miles ofTjaroiSJft, wire, "according to
Gen. FunstOirHi ativices. "The, Ypi
ranga landed hec. mynjtiQng" yester
day Jit was said. " ' "
The Bamria came directly -from
Hamburg and discharged her cargo
before touching at this port. The Ypi-!
rahga apparently latfded her war ma
terials while acting as a refugee ship
cargo, was in-
1 under ehafter tty the -German govern
ment. The arms and ammunition
turned gtr to Huertaby the Ypiran
ga were, the sam that precipitated
the American, seizure of Vera Cruz
The armft were those stolen from
Huerfa by his agent in Europe and.
recovered in Odessa through the good
offices jof the czar.
It was unofficially reported here
without confirmation that the Ger
man ships landed the Huerta, ammu
nition with the consent of the ad
ministration' besause the state de
partment decided taat the cpndtiion.
of mediation did' not permit af inter
HOYNE W1LL.EILE OUSTER THAT
MAY DO SOME OUSTING
ChicagOfcimayiBaVe sort of a Mel
len story of high finance all its own if.
the plans' of State's"Attorney Hoyne
to. oust-the "Unibir, Elevated Railway
Co. and the Union! Consolidated Ele
vated Ce. goal throttgir.
The firsfecorporationiis that known
as the "IttQPfz The latter is the con
necting link from thB-loop to the Me
tropolitaif'lineB on Market street.
Hoyne dlMrges stock watering tp the
amount of $8,468,949. The 'prosecutor
hopes to enforce the constitutional
provision, against the wafferifcg.
A viptory in this case wjojudaffect
a great many-stsamnailroads operat
ing. H6yVe wMJPQiWblyille m dust-
er siifrtodav " If V
- i i
Medill McCormicfc elected chair
man- of executive' committee .of Pro
gressive state 'central committee.
Ray tS. iGaakill is eRptiWican can
didate forelerk f Appellate Court.
Paer Weinberg, school board presi
dent; Jstrun for 'CQunty, treasurer
with Harrison's support.. '
Joseph GauL-bailiff-in Judge Wln
des, ccwHwfllrUfffdr Cotfgrewtrom
Washington la. Ernest Goble, 19,
suicided. Carbolic add.