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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 201912.
2C No. 09.
'1
1
CESSATION OF
HOSTILITIES
AT GATES OF
STAIOUL
Turkish nnd Bulgarian Com
nianders Negotiating Terms
of Armistioc Whioh Kay
End War in Balkans,
OTTOMAN GOVERNMENT
HOPES TO SAVE CAPITAL
Constantinople and Small Strip
Along Sea of Marmora All
Allies Are Disposed to Leave
Sultan in Europe.
fllr Leased Wire tu terrains Herald
l.iillllnll. Nov. 211. - KlglUing HUH
I I'UHI
il h.r the moment htwoen "
Tiirldsh iiini lliilmirtiin urinlcN cliiiK-
KhiiK for p.iMWHHluii of the key lo th! ,
jjiiIim iii I'otiNtiintliiople, and the op
poliiK (iimmiiiulerMln-i'hlef are en
KiiKi'd III lieKotlatlUK the tertllH of all
iirmlHilee. ir thine iirKotlatlohx
plove Htid'eHHl'ul they will he prepar
atory to il meetlliK of plelllpotell
tlinlt'K, ulm will illhfUMH eoiulltlollH of
pence.
Iii accordance with the ximKextlnn
coiitaineil In the Utilitarian Hole that
the allied llalkau iiat'otm are pre
pared to unci the TurklMi com-miunlci-lii-clUel
with a leu to ar
latiKlllK an lillilli'tli'r,' the llttolllltll
I'.iivcriinii'iiL Iiiih appointed .N'axhn
P.iMin to confer wllh denem' Ruvoff,
the ItitlKiiilan lender. The Tiirklnh
ki neinl.. who Ihim Im-cii puttlnK up !
null an 'xceent defeiihe ol the rum-.u,,.
. liiirtH ol the capital, now iiiih tnrown
A mo iiiin Hi. iiddlllonul. bunion of da
elding uhellter or not n rurther din
piny ot tenacity hehlnd thn fortlllcn
Huns of Tchntiilja may hrltiK cnMer
t. iiiih nnd hiivo the ottoman eniplv
more I ha n CotiHtniitlnoplc und a Mrlp (
if territory nlonir lite MiorcH ol ine,(,n tin. H one In the env rotm or
Men of .Miitinora, which. HeemltiKly. In
all Hie colnlierorM lllr lit prcHelit din
p., il lo Ion' Iii the vamiolHlied.
.Mealiultlle the two ortlllcH hold
their reHieellve iuxltlilip. How lotiK
HiIm iirnii'il truce will lie inalnlalin.'U.
howexer wll, deiiend i n Hie lermH r
tii'iice offered hv the league of Hal-
liti ii uatloiiH and on whether the hlth-iiicen
Tin fiitlle altackH hy the HulKiirlaiiH
on the Tcliiiluljn HucH have InHplred'
the Turks wllh hopoH that the for- .
tuncH ol uur may yet turn In their.
favor ,
Itctn.rin rcBurdliiK Hie cnilllloiifi
proposed Ii Hi." allli'H are coutlletlnK.
It Is olllclnlly Hinted In CotiHtautl
nnple that the aptrcmenl of thn al
llcH lo (IIhcuhh the tcrniH of an ar
imIhIIcc and life urellmlnurlcN of
pence (has not Htlpulate any condl-:t
Hons.
Hlniuliiiiicounlr wllh Ihe lull on the
liaillelii'id coiiie-j news of a dlmlnul-!H
Hun of teiislon In tho Atistro-Hervinn
illsinile hy the comptlnnce of Bervta
with the deinnnil of the AnMrlnn
Kovcrntnent for on inveniiKnnon on
,iU;X, other hand, there Is noth -
Inn y i to Indlcnte a Rolutlon of tho
iiucstlon or Servln'M demaiKi lor poriHi
.... II... A.lrli.lli. Hltn. I
r...ir; ...arilnl nt I'onsKltlllllople
urn I Ilv eiit'iiu'ed III HenlenclliK
i.i..itiin.r of the Yoiimr Turk parly to
i..n.w .r Imnrlsnnmcnt. Nineteen nt
it...... u-..r.. Mi-nlenced . ycHlerday.
Deputy t'aniHHo of Salonika has heen
arrested.
a niivaie Witter received hy n husl-
n.. hm linn from Constantinople and.
,ir.i..,i vim', ir. siivn that under mar-
tlul law order Is hulnic heller kept:
than ever heforo In that city. It
n,.ii..iiiiifH.
"You can takn this from an old
iniuliii'MH nrinthnt Conslnntlnnpio
will alwivs he left to Turkey and
Hun triniiiiM will never occur In tho
unv tH'unie ahroud ItmiKlne."
D'lrlnK the ntlack on the Tchntnlju
lines hy the llulipirlnni yesterdio one
llulmirlan lirlxade was cut off from
Iho .main body at lllyuk Chekmedys
and Huffered terrll ly In an unsuccess
ful nltempt to retreat to Kullkralla,
ncconlliiK " a midcUiI dispatch fnun
ronMtanilnoplc.
Alter a heiiw nrtlllcry duel in im-
niornltiR at Derkos thn TurkH assumed
tho offciiNlve. They carried inuiiy of
tho riulKnrlan rlllo pit and threw thn
entire IlulKiirlan loft flank into rii -
fusion. When dnrluicsH si in ni"
Turkish troops returned to their eii
trenchnicnta. TOllKH LOST TWKfiTV .trf
TIIOI'8ANI AT MONACTIH
iiniomdn. Nov. 20. According to
tho Inteat ruporbj from Moimstlr, tho
urklili Kiirrlimp did not surrender,
hut fled In nil directions, leaving a
large aupply of war material behind.
In thn lerrlflo hottlll Which lf-
ceiK'd tho fall or tlto oltv Iho Turku
lost 20,000 killed ".rtrt wounded nml
tho Bervlnn caiu'iiltloi" wero 11U0
heavy.
Kt?nviA Yim.ItR TO .
Buda Pth7NovriO.BrvU h
riUd to th AU4MB mna mt
an nftlclnl from the Austrn-Httngary
mlulxtry of foreign affair ahould bo
allowed in proceed In Prlsren to In
vestigate the complaint by the Aim
trlnn cunnil there that he hud hern
hindered hy the Hcrvluns In the per
rrmnnci of his dulle. This relieve
the Immediate tension ln'tvccn Aus
trlu and Hcrvln, us all opportunity N
tiinv furnished for nn unbiased ex
amination of tin' grounds of ihe dis
pute. Itl'.POHTK OF MAKHACHU OF
t.'llltlKTlANK IS IIOliY 'ITV
Athens, orecce, Nov. 20. llepurts
of musoncrcH or Christians In Jaffa,
Palcsllni, ciuscd Iho commander of
the Itiifxlnn cruiser Oleg to weigh
anchor mill depart hurriedly for that
district tiiiiny.
Klvo Christian missionary societies
ore represented In Jit rftt. Pah-Mine.
Tim Christian nnil MlMlimnrj alliance
hna n Million whh otic mnn. th'
Church Missionary Hoelety for Africa
anil till' CtiHt two nun ami ivvn
women, tin- t.oiiilnii Soulrl) for llu-
Promotion of Christianity Among the
JulVH lVo NII'll llllll IWO VVOIIICll. tin-
Seventh Dny Advontbt mission lioaril
one inn u anil otto woiimn. ami tin'
Tubethu mKHoii schoc' four women.
Sltcro Is also an American urphuiiAuc.
There arc supposed lo bo nlioill lo.
non Christians among thi Inhabitants,
the total of whom In cstlmnfed n
ahiitii 40,non. Then arc eight f litis
Han churches ami four Jewish svnii-
rociics. There In an Uitgllsh hospital
ami a French hospital.
TI'UKISII vn-ronir.K
DKNIF.I) AT SOI I A
Nulla, Nov. 30. All the reports
oinuniitlnK from Turklnh miurccH al
li'KltiK Unit the Turklidi troopH hiul
Kiilni'il viilorliK over the HiilKarlnn
I nli nir the line of rortllUiitluliH at
'ntii.Unin are hiiIiI to ho imirue l
the HulKiirluu war olllcn today.
i itri.i: Mil avk to lioi.li
AU. POSITION'S WON
Koila. ItulKii: In. Nov. 20.The llul
Kin Inn troops opcrathiK hcrorc the
line of foiilllcaUoiiH dcfendli'K t'on-
Maiillilonle at Tehatalla lllixo re
celveil orders to cciixc flKhtlllK nnd
merely to hold the pohUIoiih tlmv
have won, iik ni'KotlallonK have I u
liinnii lor the cnueliislon ol an ar-
mIMIcc at the rciiieni of Turkey.
1'lltlUSll ro.MMANDKK
I'HAISKS M ION'S IIUAVIIUY
C'oliMlilltllionlc. Nov. 20. The pit-
Mtloti Hi the Tohnlaljii linen whh de
m-rlhod hy Naxlm I'awhn, lht Turkliih
(ioinmtiniter-ln-clilcf, hi a teleKiitm to
TillklHh war olllee limed I2:ln P
m. today, iih followH:
'fport-,rcM,rt' nf thin ntimimit
Mote that the enemy fail iik our left
w I nit withdrew completely lant tilxht
In the direction of the nlopeH of
Punez II u riniH. Our rccoiiuollerlnK
jmrtli'8 coimtcd Mid dead Uiilnarliinn
.Tchutulja. Prom their cpiiuletK
It
WHH ctittlllllMlcil lliai Hie iieiin fn
diets Im IoiikciI. to the I'irM liifanlrv
leulment of Holla. A liumlier of
rllli'H, cupx and olllcern, Hunrds wen
iirouuht In hy our trooiiN,
"AcvordliiK l' Matrmcnln iiirnle hy
MtllKiiriiill lirltuinem. the enemy Iiiih
wlihout food for three day und
H rctreutliiK. The HiiIkiiiIiiiih wen
uiiahle to curry away alt I hull'
wounded. The morale of our troopH
H very koikI."
SKCItl-n'AKV ! TI'UKISII
K.MIIAKKY fJOKS TO LONDON
WiiHliliiKton, Nov. 20. -Half Hey
counselor and secretary of the Turk
lull UmhuKsy nt WaidiliiMinii, has n
i.ulvvd lllHtritcllonH in ko to London
t,i) u,t iirmaueut duties wllh
(the emhiiKsy there. lie will leavo
, WnshhiKlon Kiiturday. The IranM'er
understood lo he mndo lo stretiftth
;,, tj, diplomatic servlcn In Orcut
itrltrilti. Half Hev Iiiih heeit an lin
portuut llKiire In the enilmsHy here
! JAMAICAN TOWNS WIPED
QUT BY TROPICAL OALE
r Vtmt,A Wire M HtnU If.rald
KIllKSlon, Jliniana. Nov. 20. A
ureal lldal wave is reported to huv
i practically wiped out the Pivvn of Hu
I viimiii La Mur on the hoiiUiwcmI const
and Luveii on the northwest count of
jamaua.
Korty-two porsunn were killed oy
tho hurrli.uno In MonteHn hay, in
uordlnif to a report imniKht hy u fruit
vessel, which arrived al 1'ort Antonio
today.
I I'onflrniatlon has now ome.
hand of the ureal destiiu tioii ciuiHi'd
tiy tho recent hurricane in Hie went
ern end of tho Island. Ploods which
. nccomnunled tho Monti caused Im
memo damage, a hundred houses he
Iiik blown down. Tulcuraphlc com
munlcutioii still Is stispenilcd
The Rovernor of Jamaica nun loft
on a spcelal Irulu accompauled hy
di'tiuliinoiit of nrtlllclMiicli who hav
taken wllh them 300 tvnts and Mod
stuffs, as in certain sections the peo
ple are liomck'SH nnd dritltnti'.
Thn irnhi beuun on November 1C
unii conllmicd In Incrcitslnic furV for
jHt.Verul dtiya. Vessels a rrlvlni,' In port
reported that tho wind was blowlntt
.ovr 100 miles un hour,
Lucca la u town of 2,000 Inhabitant
on nn Inlet on Iho northwest conat
of Jumalco, whllo Kuvunnu La Mar
la 11 seaport with about tho same pop
ulation on tho aouthwett count almost
'directly across tho liland,
SELF ACCUSED POISONER
IS REMANDED TO JAIL
far fa VVJrn to even! titvnW
Hinlalla. Mo.. Nov. 30. Mr. Pny
ICIIcn Icnh, brought from Lo AngelcM
loat Hundny after oonfeulng that she
murdered two Missouri women, .wan
nrrnlKned today beforo Jinrtlc Lcnn
Ing on a. charge of murder In ttio flrat
I decree. Alio was. held to tho criminal
court without bond and Immediately
reiurueu w ju , .
ISC DYNAMITER
STRAPPED TO COT
IN LOS ANGELES
HOSPITAL
Man Who Threatened to Blow
Up Muniaipal Buildings
Tells Weird Tale to Account
for Action.
DENIES INTENTION TO
SACRIFICE HUMAN LIFE
Itr leaned Wire lo KvmlnK IlrralU
Loll AllBCles, Cnl, Noc. 20.
Stlappcd to a cot In the r IvIllK
hospital, i'ii r I Wnrr, the Herman pal
let nuiaker hIiu terrorized the central
police station yesterday hy threnten-
I iik to destroy the liuUilliii; with an
Infernal machine uiiIci-h Paul Shoup,
president of the Paclllc ICIeclrlc com
pany, was brought to him, told a
ird tale today.
'I didn't want to hurl any one
il 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 the police station," ileclillcil
Wnrr. "All I was after was the head
il the Paclllc Klectrlc. I did Hot
vcti know his niiinit was Paul Hhoup
until after I was arrested. 1 did not
'i en want to hurt It tin. I was mere-
KoltiK to kIiow htm my machine
mil tell him I was K"lu to blow
hlui up unless he raised the wanes
his workmen and otherwise lui-
piovcil their conditions."
I'hc Mould-lie 1 1 i in 1 1 1 1 1 ' r Is he-
llev eil to have suflercd a basal Irnc
turc of the skull as the result of the
iIiiuh dealt hlui on the head by He-
i live James lloHrii, who prevented
the explosion.
I'mhr tciicwed "swciiIIiik" shortly
i. ion' noon the uoiibl be dynamiter
Mild his true name was Carl Iteldel-
biuh. Me mi Id he was born In Ml-
rembiirK. Oermany,
"Whiil's In ii name?" he said. "I
have used two or three In my time.
Kcldi'lhach collapsi'd and became
IIMl'MII-l'llMIS this iiftcinooii, Accoid
1 11 K lo polln. sill neons, he Is III dllllKer
of death. He was removed from Hie
eiiiiTKi iicy Hospital to an upstairs cell
in Hm elly Jull, which had been eiinp-
ped with a cot.
PltlSONICIt HAM poi.ici:
IIKCOIll) IN MAIP LXKi:
Sail Lake City, I'lali, Nov, 20. -The
name of Albert Henry Imvls, believed
b.v local nllli'i'lH to be Hie man who
terrorized the lm Amnelcii police de
partment with an llifeiu.il mncliie, ap
pears i u the Mall Lake police lecordM.
Arrested fot petit larrenv In I'.io.'i. Da
vis was senleiii'cil to one hundred days
on Hie Chum uiinit, lint escaped hy
hldlnir In Hie blush and lirc.il.iliu Ins
shackles with a Mom
T
INQUIRY
Majority of Trustees Find Su
perintendent of Idaho IiiBti
tntion Guiltless of Cruelty
to Inmates.
Ur Iaatd Wire to ICtrnlOK Herald
Spokane, Wash., Nov. 20. AdvlccH
from ll'llftc, Idaho, iiliii'itiiii'e Hint 11
majority of the stale board of Hchool
triistccti filed a report loday of the I11
vcHtlcatlun of the slate Industrial,
school at St. Anthony, completely ex
onuratliiK Siiperluiemleut ,1. T, lliim
phrles und other oillcers ol the school
who were chnrKcd vvlih liitllctltiK un
merciful punlnhmoni on inmiiteH. It
la Muld flovertior llawli j and Hcoruo
II. Hill, other membeis of die hoard,
will bin a ntinorit report advisiiiK
the illBllllHal of school nlllclalH,
CARMI THOMPSON NAMED
TREASURER OF U. S.
(Or Leafed Wlra to Hvcuiaa: llrraldl
WashltiKloP, I). '.. Nov. 20. -Carml
Thompson was appointed treusurer
of Ihe United States today by Pres
ident Tuft lo succeed Lee At -1 , 1 1 1 1 k -
Charles D. Illllcs, who whh secretary
to tho president heiorc the hcKlnnlnr.
of tho last campalKii, will return lo
that pout.
Motor .'Hiiiuily iiIhoIvciiI,
Trenlon. N, J ."ov. 20. An Invol-
unlary petition In oankruptcy was Hi
ed today In tho federal court hero
iiKalnst tho United Hliitcs Motor com
pany, having olllces in Jersey City.
In tho ptillllnn It Ih albiKcd that
thn concern owes nioro than 1 1 2.000,.
000 nml Yian nunc 1 11 Unit will not ex
coed II), 000,000.
HOOF OAHDKN ON CITV lIAIJi.
I'hlludelphlu, Nov. 1J. If tho pIoiih
of Muybr Ulitnknnburg aro enrnen nui,
tho roof of th Philadelphia city hall
will ho utllliod next aumntor un a gar-
den for Iho freo ii of tho public, A
gla. awning la plmnnd for alormy
weather. Tliero will bo musical con
cert nvenlhga b the I'hlliidslphla or
chestra grid the muiiicinui nanu.
Tho rtlrc cost of the project I to
be defrayed out or toe annual appro-
priatlo p unv pinyori omca,
DIVIDED REPDR
1
SCHOOL
MEXICAH flEBELS
WRECK WPG
TRAIN NEAR
PENJAMO
Rushing Confidently to
Slaughter Passengers Haiti
ers Arc Confronted By Well
Armed RuraleB.
SHARP ENCOUNTER ENDS
IN FEDERAL VICTORY
Maderistds Emerge Success
fully From Eight Small Bat
tles; Insurrectos Continue
Troublesome.
jny I.eaacd Wlrr o nrrnln Itrrnlill
Mexico I'll), Nov. i 0.-4 A imlil ves-
terday betuecti rural ituanl'i ami rch
els for the control of u r.illnmil train
cost the lives ol u lleutctiaut ami
Hi rue rural kuiikIh and two civilian
passengers hi the vicinity or Pctijamo,
stale of Oiianajuiilo.
The train, iriiveltiiK nlon,; Ihe (tun
ita In Jura In u in It of tho McnIciiii i'cu
tinl railroad, ran Into n liridKc fiom
which llic rails had been r moved
and the ciikIiic ami two iars lell
throtmh.
A lurc rorcc of rebels then run
ciiiiliili'iilli down the hillside toward
Ihe wreck, not liinvlnK 'of the pres
ence of iwciitv lour i nnil cmiihIs mi
one of the mis on Iho .i lo the
ciipilnl I l inn .Mananlllo,
The rural Ka.inls took up positions
and held the u'-N off. The Ha lt
uriniiul the u n hi'il train lasted ahoiit
an lo.iir, vvhcu lie relielH relreiileil
to Ihe hilts
lleslilcs Ihe four sohllets and two
passcmici'M kilted, seveinl others Were
HllKhtly lujuiell. It Ik not known how
many rasitiilicM wcer tiUKtalncd hy
the rebels.
The presence, of Hm .iui uuards
no doitlit iireveuieil tho robbery of
the train and possibly the sliiUKhter
ot the iiiHS"nuciH.
IIIhIii iiioiiII eiicoiiotci's In various
p. ills of th'- rcnuhlt.' w.le 1. I'ulliil I
loilav aim 111 "in li .,isc the i:..M'iu-I
mciit troops , luliiii'il ihe viclorv. The '
I'elh Is .'Hi "llntllim IihTi asid iiclivlty
ill Ii" ill. .In liiirin ". wliil,' Hi,' .ami
Hsla 111. .in. 111 in tin ...iilli ..111 11111.' 1
llll. llllllK' l
MAY DIE
FRATERNITY
Fatally Burned During Secret
Rites Boise Youth Is Car
rieel Unconscious to Hos
pital.
TORMENTORS MAY FACE
COURT FOR MURDER
Ur l.rnsrd Wlrr (11 Kimlnir Herald
Itiilse, III. iho, v" . .1 Thn Inlliu
lory litis ot th, 1. v. A., a liluli
school I en 1. 'i nli n.i., luclitdlni; Hm
palutlmi 01 the lin.h lib collodion
and liulitiiiK tin- 101101111111 .with a.
iiiati h. As a reMiii o tthls cereminiy,
Harold Kiibn iiki'I 1 . is perhaps fu-
Hilly burned, live oIkIi k lunil studeiits
are fearful of arnsi nod school fill-
lernllles life 1 1 1 -1 V In lie forblllib'll.
Vniinit K'.ilin w is t.ilu n to a hospital
lisl nlubl .1IK1 bis initiation,
WOMAN ON TRIAL FOR
MURDER OF RIVAL
(Ur Lrnird Wire (11 ICvrnlns Herald
t . .1. V... '.it ...I,.
.1 op; 111.1 ,1 , ,1' . .. --.,11, it,,.
hiK ol icsiiiooiiv Iii Hie case of .Mis
Klsic HoIiIih KiiuuiiiiiI, 1 hargud wit L
the 111111. 1, r In I i'ii:, ot Alius Until'
Hacked, wan Iickhii In tho statu mi
plemc.eollll hele tnil.i. TllO llln
live or the aliened murder was 1
wife's Jealousy,
AlimilK Iho vvllnesses attending the
trial are .Mrs. (leorip- Mustnraon and
Ipt ibiUKhter, Mrs. Waller .Kolsom
of Keiitlle. and Mrs. fhnrlcH T, Itltilv
unison of Detroit. .Mrs. Maslorson
lived In the same Iioiini as thn Ituy-
monds ni tho time .MIih lluckct, wuu
killed.
MAV LLMIT 'l'lli: HKV LINK.
Now York, Nov. 1! A new soltomo
for limiting the height "f bulldln n
Now York city and Improving ihe ap
pearance, of tho clt s "sky-llnoM will
ho dismissed at Um next mooting of"
tho hourd of cHtlmate. It (ilrpady Iiiih
1110 approval or several memoers or
thut body.
Th plan contompliili ii iho Ulvlalon
of Manhattan Into several xonea with
in each of whlqh bulliiln jf cs,n rleo.
901? to A BPtolfJud holsnt
UCLES
STUDENT
FROM
NITIATION
TREASURER DU6ANIFUGITIVE
TURNS TRAITOR
TO CRIMINAL
Informer's Testimony Impli-
cates Eleven Officials of
Ironworkers Union in Dy
namite Conspiracy.
COMPLAINT OF CUT RATE
FOR BLOWING UP JOBS
Mr l.rril Wlrn lo ICtrnlnic llrraltl)
Illlllllll.tpollS, Nov. .'" I.I. V. II ol-
Mclllls of tile llllel'll.lll'ill.il A'Hiclll-
lliiii of' Itudui' ami simi.ioi.iI I ii
IWorkcis vv.'if .ii i imii! In Pain, U .1.
OlIKlin lit the "d.vtllimlte colipnai v "
trial lodav or Iiiimiih ! ii present
when Plow Im; up lion union ml" was
discussed.
IniKaii. liifincr treasiiict of .i loea,
tllll tcKlillcd that shoitlv after n
hlllldlm; in Detroit was d iiamili'd In
.lllllc, I'.IO?, tho tinleli I'ltl. 'tills held n
ciiiii'iih over the election of oilli'crs.
Al thill time the wltllesi said lli lhirl
M. llucliln nmiounccd he hud lost his
position oh account nt havtiiK Induced
Urdu H. Mc.MalilKiit to Plow Hi' ihe
Detroit Job.
"Iloi'klll said hciiiuuc oi I 111., he
oil Kilt to tie nlvcli n (dine oil the cv
ectlltvo board." .iUI Diiftau. "He
said he was K"h'K to nml.. Ids iiiin
pltlKII for iillici. on lilt m'.IiUkHi ol the
Detroit Job."
Diihiiii said President Frank M.
Hyau and ten other nlllceiH wcie pres
ent.
DliH.Ul tcslllleil an lndl. iliapolls
local union had ilcMiroicd u mm-
union Job i"i' -.'i, and when It was
learned tin- Inlet minimal union was
payillK J-'"11 for each Job blown, lip.
complaint, wax in.nli to .1. J. Mi'
Namara.
"McNainara icplli'd peopln wore
leainliiK loo tuiii Ii .iiimil expliislons,"
H.llll Diikiiii.
He said District Alloriiey .lecome
In New York had learned tho Iron
workcrii' union was behind the dynn
nillliiK Jolis In Ihe east and they
would have to be careful.
While J. J, McNainara was hi Jull
In !h AnijelcH and before ho pleaded
it 11 1 1 1 v. an effort wan inado by Iron
wurlu lH In liiillaliaiiolls lo huv ccilaln
luiiii iK ti.slWlcd .Mis. .Maiv II. l ull. ill,
Mrs. i'miimII said l'"H'd Sherman, 1111 1
irouwoi U rV business iikciiI, offered I
her J lou to procure 11 ivccipt In tho
puss. 1.' loii or Iiiikiiii. Diiitati had hu III
the 1 1' . ipt was for t'.'Ai, paid for de-
"iroylnit a iioti union Job,
Mis. I'.iriull said on the promise of
IIIIIK' I for the pnper idle well)
In Din:. m In. in., .tlul utt.'ioiiii'd H
1 1 11 1 in . - Mi Dimiin 1.. iiivc 11 111., 1. nt
Mi s. I MM. 111 1 used.
COL QROZCO
Writ Granted by
Voilovnl
xuiLiiu
Jiiilfrp in Tuxns Provides foi
a .
Hearing in Austin Early
Next Month.
(Hy l.rnaril Wire in llvriiliitf llrmlill
Waco, Texas, Nov. .'a V 1 iim ui
ll.ilic.i'l ctil'pllH loday W'el.' i'1'aliliil I'm
I I'.dtiiiiI Orocii, Sr., ami lii ucial
I iv i.l He Lil Kuclile, hnth mllllarv
i.iis.iiiii'H at San Antonio, churned
wnh tinlnllutt neulrallly laws. The
wi.t i wiiini.il hy li'cdcriil JiiiIkk Moxcy
llic ii lilllialile IJiK I IIHil'1' .1 lit AUSlltl,
Tin. pi'ir.iii.is will not be lllicralod
piiuliim iiif . sun if the hearing,
DESPONDENT GROCER
POISONS WIFE, BABE
AND THEN HIMSELF
fllr Lenurd Wire to nrriilnir HrraMI
Worcdsler. .Mass., Nnv. in. -.limn
Wood, a urocer's 1.1K lulled bis
wife, IiIh four months' old h.ii.v and
lillllMi'lf with clllolol.il III ilillluK ton
mulii. A until found n.i a I I m ar ohi
naauliler when sbo avvnko toil.iy told
the crlmo.
VETERAN BANKER HANGS
SELF WITH BED CLOTHES
fllr l.rasnl Wire to ICreBlas Ueraldl
I'.ihliiii.u-. 0, Nov. 20, HufTerlng
fropi a 1 one iireakdown, Wllllum
Lillle. til lib ol of Iho West Hldo
Dime s.ivini' t l. committed MUl
ASSOCIATES
HABEAS CORPUS TO
RELEASE
AGED
clde lodav 1.. linM.nn himself wltlllrado leglsbillire, hold 11 meeting nt
11 rope made ..1 Ins lied clothes,
Llllhi liad poi cii aeilvn In
Mr,
Iho
Imnli'n ulfiiirs for in vi ml moulhs,
TAFT COMMENCES WOItK
ON MESSAGE TO CONGRESS
(Ur Leased wise to nrminv iftraidl
wimiiington, Nov. so imohwoiu
Tuft will norm tomorrow urn dicta-
tion of hl annual incssaito to con
uress lo be sent In at Ihe opening
of tho session next monin, The prcs
I lie ut bo cancollod all onuiiKementi
for Thundoy an1 Friday In order
dovoto tho tloiQ to the inomno.
soldier pii i mm
pnu PTC PI OUT uvw"w
uuniiiiiu UMJuiii
IN CAVE NEA
Pair Who Sawed Way Out of
Cells on Alcatraz Island Dy
ing from Starvation When
Recaptured.
WITHOUT FOOD OR
WATER FOUR DAYS
fllr l.rnsrd Wire to KronlnK tlcrnldl
.san rramp'co. Nov. an. -TitomiiH
I'u y ami .Michael Muiiiti, mllltnry
prisoners who sawed their way out
ot cell In the at my prison on Al
cat ray. Island and were supposed to
have in lipi d on 11 raft Saturday
iiImIii. Wei,' loiimi on the Island onrly
toda .
The nn 0 had harrowed a cuvo bo-
iieath a pil 01 ilriiiwood on Iho nar
row beach, vvhci, they lay four duyn,
half coven il wnh slime and without
11 morsel ot toed or a drop of water.
Iteall.lm,- thai I Taney was llylllff.
.Mullln craw lid i"ith lust ulslit to
Hi'l water. A -. iiiry ciillRllt sight of
hint ami Kiic in,' alarm. ObeyliiK
.MiiIUu'h wciiIi voiced directions, the
Hoards hoi. n .t iik I'raney froit' the
cave. His 1 1.11.11111,11 was desperate
and M 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 needed medical at
tention.
EYE WITNESS GIVES
ACCUSED LAWYER
Declares He Saw Prisoner
Throttle Alleged Viotim and
Both Fall Uut of Overturn
ed Boat Together,
Hy LrnariJ Wlr o KvtnfBC Herald
(liiHlnn ,N V Nov. ai "I saw
UIihoii selxe Mrs, .Miibo iiroilltd tho
neck with his left arm; 1 saw It In
rlKhl hand thrust nt her throat, then
they Liilll fell nut of tho boat."
.1 1 1 1 1 1 Minium, eye witness of tho
ilealb of Mrs, Itosu Menmhllc Kieubo,
for whose ilealb 011 llreenvvood luko
Itni urn W, (llliHtin of Now York, her
lamer. Is churned with murder, no
t.'Hilili'd ul (llbsvm'H trial today. Ilia
Ii stini'.iiv was Introiluced lo bear out
ilc siale'H contimllou that Mrs. Siibu
Was stiaimlcd by (lllisou and did not
die ..r drowning.
iil.:i.ii and bin eompiiiilou were
Hiijiiiinii: back In back in Hie center
of Ho I.'.mI," MIiiIiiiii said, "(libsiill
win tlul us they were piissliiK ami
in it d Mis. Sxabo, They hit iikhIcI for
11 tiioineiit, Hli boat rocked and they
fell mil, Iho w'Ollltlll Ill'St, Hie lllllll
altci waidi
When they wero In the water
pics, ully the woman was lost lo
sluhi. Tile man then hWiiiii over lo
the hoat, put bis iiiih over it and
I '"rued II ovlr. The boat remained
m)(, , wll) t)) . fl) ((Ul um,
I H'Oeil in that poslllon until fiibson
lipped It over."
Minium wan stiinilltiK at tho wu-
tei'ii film-, he hii )!. when he saw Iho
traiicdv. The In, at was about 1O1)
vaidsnwav. He wan afliibl be would
loiil't, be aibli'il, mi 1 he weal home
ami vv 1 nic down what he saw.
JAIL SENTENCES FOR
SUFFRAGETTE SISTERS
(Ur Lrnard Wlrn lo 10 renin Herald
i.imiion, .Mn. .'a. - t wo siiiiiiiKi'iiej
wero siinlcitccd In the emiri of ses-
slons hero today lo brng terms of
Imprisonment for window smashing.
Isabella Irving was sent up for six
months and Kthcl HIado for four
months on tho ohurgo of dumiiKlng
wlndown In Ilond and Oxford
sircetH on .November 0, whim they
parlk'lpiited Iii a raid with other
women us a pmtimt ugnlnst tho re
Jei'Hon In Hie hmiso of 4.'ommnns of
1111 iitiiemlment providing for wotnun
HiiffniKc in the homo rub) hill of Ire
land.
.Milling Men Mccl Imveriior.
In nier, Nov. 20.- The colilinldoo
m ml iwnnrs, mining eiiglneern
nod 1 1 In-in Interested In mining In
1 'olnrailo, New Mexico and other
soiiibivcHiern slates, appointed ro
(enilv hy (lovernnr-ohiot Amnions td
suKgcst to him Iho principal things
wtlcii Im should us governor rocom-
I mend
be enacted Into law when ho
- laemls his nrsl mcssago lo (ho Colo
tho Albany Hotel yemtorduy afternoon
with President Victor C. Alderson of
tho Colorado School of Mines an
chulrman of tho committee, No
nt,'",il,.Sl,,',:r, Z Jlhl'
I Thursday and outline tholr augies-
tlons. Mr. Amnion will hn prenont
I at this mooting, which Is to bo open
1 10 U(m0riu public.
- I reck HoIzikI an Coltu'rm
KumniH city, Nov. 30,nvoarooK
- worn arrcstod horo today by Krank
I M. Hotnmcr, Unltod Htatca necret
to I son-lea agent, on a charge of clr
loulatlng counterfeit money,
PRISON
EVIDENCE AGAINST
SEIZED FOR
MISUSE OF
MAILS
Wholesale Arrests in Seventy
Two Cities Result of Pro
longed Investigation by;
Postal Authorities,
DRUGGISTS CAUGHT IN
GOVERNMENT DRAGNET
Hitherto Reputable Physicians
and Ordinary Quacks Aro
Among the Prisoners Seized
by Federal Officers',
nr Leased Wire HreUaT Imlil
Wimlilngton, Nov. 30.aot offlca
Inspectorn and United State marshal
In snventy-two loading cities of tho
country begun todny practically ilmuU
taneotiN raids for tho arrest of the)
l":i pernono ohargeU -with criminal
medical practlco or tho tale) of drUffl
ami Instrument uaod for criminal
purposes.
Tho number or urreitg to madaj
In tho ruapeotlvo cltlen foltowat
New York. 2; Uuffolo, 3; nttsbsrjflW
7; Indlannpolls, 6; Chicago. 9j Stl
l'aul, 5 Port Worth, 4; fit. inula, 83
Omaha, 4; Oklahoma City, Si Port
land, Ore., a; Denver, B; RtUo, 8?
Hpoknnc, 0; Ran OTrancUeo, 7l Oaki
land, Cut., 8; Lou Angeles, 8t lU
Jose, 3; Mobile, 3; Marietta, Oillo, 3;
Dallas, 3.
Two each In Albany, WaafclnKton,
Memphis, nirmlngham, ClaveVeid,
Kteubenvllle, Ohio; Duluth, Wnorm,
Minn.; an AtUonlty
nrleatin, Katisns City, Topoka, Ala
moda, Cnl.
Ono eaah In Atlanta, ClnolnaaU,
Toledo, Minneapolis, aalvftatcvn, Bait
Uiko City, Ithuca and Elmlro, it. T.:
Kast urauge, N. J,; Lahcaater and,
PI no Hank, Pa,; Cumberland, W.i
Charleston and Columbia, 8. C; Jack
Konvlllo, KI11.; Columbus, Springfield,
ML Vernon, Dayton and Convoy, O.;
Fort wayno and Terro Haute, Jnu.t
Peoria, ills,; Kalamazoo and Iron
River, Mich,; Holden, Mo.; Muekogeo,
Oklu.: WI1I1II11, Kuh.; Council muffs.
In.: IlcllliiRhani, Crescent and Tu-i
coma, Wiudi.; Hncriimnnto, Pntaluma,
Fresno und lllendale, Cul.
All of tho tirresiH nm to bo muda
for alleged violation of section 311 of)
Iho penal codo of tho united Htatec,
which burn from thn mails auy vll or
obHi'oiio inuller, vvhethur sealed or unJ
sealed; any ndverllseiuent, letter or
clniiilur iiuggivstlng criminal practtcea;
or any puckot containing itny bud-
Htiinco, drug or thing intended to bo
uimd for Immoral or unlawful pur
poses, chief tilspoctor Hubert Hharp ofl
Iho post olllco department und many
of bis forco or ,'IUO Inapoctora Havel
been working upon tho cases for many
months. Tho development of thn
pluiiH culminated today In tho
most extunslvo raid In tho history of
any department or tho government.
strict enforcement of munlolpat
and slate Iiivvh In tho taat la aoid by
Hm postal authorities to account for
Um comparatively few arroste In thn
largo cHIcm In that part of tho coun
try, hut It In icild by tho poatoffico In-
spnclora thai a hotbed of this sort of
erltnluiillly Ih in tho Vaolfio const
sllltllH,
On tho coast they had compara
tively little dltllculty In obtaining aJ
mass nf nvhlunco against ucciued per
sons, in Kan rranclsco a (lotlUouH
iiaino vvaa used by aeverul woll known
physlchiiiH, who employed u. woman
to do tho noermmry udvorthtliig and
clerical work. Curcm worn solicited by.
correspondence and ty printed circu
lar Dent through tho malls. Hcorea oil
complaint liavo boen rooalved by the)
department from reapectaolo women,
coinplolnlng of tho roeelpt of thl
class af mattor.
AiiDroxImately 30 Dr cent oMHOH
arrested today uro m-callad "pill doo
torn" men who odvertl tholr pnWN
Ilea by oorrcspondenco or 0therwlsi
and sand to their patient althe? byi
mall or by express vurlou compouno
In tho form of pllln or powdar. Care
ful analysis of tho compound by e
ernment authorities la said to have)
dlsclosi'd thut Home of them Ma whol
ly Innocuous, whllo tothera aro dsn-
geroua poisons. Under another sta
tion of tho penal code, the wnoing 01
poisons through tho man i expreu
y forbidden. ,
Oho or tho men acouied I Mid to
have been tho secretary tot tho board
or health lit tho city of hi midasce
Ha rbanonded. It tra Raid. o a deoy
or test letter sent to him fey the
speciors, o- mo atauonarr V - "
board of he .ih. it Ua'.iBJt-
ed, aoeordlns to tho repom of th
poatofltce Inspector.
'Interview of the I ashler mux
maay of these praottrpnr.MtMA
olcarlr that they knew tkwr wereWvto
latlnk the law sad were treMtiE toQR.
dangerous sreaad, ,
In ChtA4l, an insp4tf , o4M
uptoQ a phyeiQtan after Isatif ,,
clv troia htm Mfaaf
1 .-v.La-tj
nt eiai

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