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fifty oeatt by snail.
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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW JOKfcfcO, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2G, 1012.
trruDurnj-cmzKN.
Vol. st. No. ae.
I
V
TURKS SUBMIT
PROPOSITION
FOR PEACE
Unwillingrto Pay War Indem
nity and Want to Retain
Adrianonle a n d Maritza
River Country.
GREAT TOWERS URGE
AUSTRIA TO IGO SLOW
Great Britain Gives Servia
to Understand That Sire
Has No Interest in Dispute
Over Adriatic Port.
Illy LivimnI Win iii llvcnlm: Herald
London, Nu :'! No chutiKc Kir
On- worm' In Hit' International ml
lli'iil Munition bmiiKht ubntit hy war
In tin llalkatis Ih visible tmlny except
In mi fur iim Hie coiiilniii'il titiHlnp
ilfi-rcnncn the ability oi' diplomacy in
rt'l(t u rupture.
Great llrlmln. Frm mill tier-
ninny nil ii in KiUntc ciuiiihi'Ih nl mod
erittlon liolli at Vli'iinii ami Kt. Meter
Inirjf. There iilw Ih reiiHim to be
)li'V tluit On.il Hiitulii ban Riven
Hcrvla, uh well iih I lunula and Kronee,
to understand that nlie Iiiih im In
tercut In Hervia'H demand for n jutit
on t In Adriatic hoii. Shi' iiIko Iiiim
tnlil tlirm hIic )kih no Intention of
Mippnrtimf Herviu'H claim hy form of
arum nor li nlillng any nther power
to do wo.
The fact that I In Aiifitrn-llun-Knrlan
consul at l'rlsrcnd han ar
rived at 1'nknp, Hum dlHpimltiK of Iho
ti'pnrtH of IiIm numiHHlnaHnn, niiuht to
ho helpful. In the opinion of diplo
mats, In hrltiKlriK uhnnt a general Im
provement of the Hlttmtlnn.
The proKrcfM of iho ncKntlntlntiH
between the ili'h'KiHi'H of Turkey and
Iho M.ilkun allien al Tchaliilju Ih mill
a wciilcd honk. In diplomatic circles
In London It Im Muted that Turkey
Iihh presented thi followliiK iih an ac
ceptable IiuMh for an nKrcomcnt:
"Firm No wnr Indemnity.
"Hecond The retention hy Turkey
of the .Marit7.it river, the fortrcHH of
AiltJunnple to lie Included
"Third Tin- niiilhtcnntire "r the
HiiverclKiiiy oi tin miliui) of Turkey
In Alhaiila.
COLORADO EDUCATOR IN
CARNEGIE FOUNDATION
My Lcasti! Win- in Kvenlnt; (li'i-uhl
Colorado SprllIKH, I'olii, Nov. Jli. -
William I'. Hlociim, pri'Mldcm oi fn-
oliiilo Hllll'lie. ll.lM hi'i'li linnle leu
liali'inan of Hit' .lu.ii'd ii iriiHti'i'H nf
thi. Culilcftlc foundation ln ll il-
vain cinchl nl Iim I'm lift Mr Ml
I IIIX III Sill I r .lol'llllll, ii'wliint ii
I, mil Stanford uhlvcmlty.
I'eedli
I 1-
BOY PARTNERS FIGHT
LOSER FATALLY HURT
(Ilr l.rmrd Wire lu KrrnlnK llrralit
Creede, Colo.. Nov. JC, M. '.. Allen,
ii (it'll IT, if Jackxnn, Mich, wiih
Inliaed of l-'.'i llllll Hi'linilHly llcaleil
late yeslei'illiy hy Ins parlnel, Phillip
I'iimiIIIMii llkltl 17, id Silver Creek.
New YnliCurrordliiK In I'iihiIiiiIc'h
cnllffHUlon lllll'llll to Die police liidlty.
rilJ.HiliailM ukiri'HM lltlllllt IIH ! Alll'll'H
reenvery. I'Un'iun lv Ih under urienl.
JUDGMENT AGAIHST
IRRIGATION COMPANY
(Ilr !- Wire to IfivrnliiK Ilrmldl
((u-yenil ,Wyn.. Nov. J"!. Mtler
Iii t'liuniivry.lft A. I'lilti'ti tuiluy adver-
lined for hiiI ii 40.0111) iicti'h In 1111;
Horn county, WyoinlnK'. In HiillHfy'
Juilnniiint for tho plulnlirr In the ouho
of iho Stale Hank or Chluauo versim
Din llanuvi'i- Uunnl rnmpany. Thu
JudKrlienl iimounlH to tUlHUIJH.'.'S und
ciiHtn. Much of the land to ho Hold)
Iiiim hftn rftclalmud. Tho wiln lu
hcheiluli'il for Junuury 9, iui3.
WAR DECLARED ON
SODA FOUNTAIN
Pueblo Mothers Plan Raid,
Declaring Institution Men
ace to Health and Morals ot
Rising Generation.
my It4 Wlra to ntmlfll
Denver, Nov. 30. A city-
wide raid nvalnxt hoiIii fuun
a minu iv the Mother Consri'ia
of l'ueblo waii uroiiiUfil . today
In tho report mihinittvil hy Mm
K, A. WellM to tho Htnti ton.
a Ih itmrnminn hum. Thn CI
forta'of the l'ueblo oonBrcim will
be to keen tno children nwuy
from the jda fountiiliiH.
Wo pre oIiib to nuiku a city-
wide wtr on thin thlnit." tie-
clnrod Mri. WelliH. "We ho-
Hove that It not only I Injurloiw
to the .digestion of children, but
fouler In them rulnoun hahltd
of MdMtjdultrenop and extrnva
gance,"
Tho Pueblo connreH alno htm
petllloncd movInK ilitur th-
11 torn in trnlucu thn IhrllllliK
brand of melndramus with t'd-
ucflilonal tolotur.
TEnMS
WESIERC01IKEI
FIXED
OF
PRICE
E
Damaging Testimony Comes
From Supposed Friendly
Witness in Suit to Dissolve
Alleged Trust.
PERKINS PART IN BIG
CONSOLIDATION BARED
Mr Leased Wire in Kvralhr Herald
CIllniKo, Nov. 2 J ' ilioi'li
.lv It... ftlthiiiiL'h ilei-lurcd to I"' a wP-
iiish III sympathj with the Intel un
Hi. mil Hurt i.wli.r (III 1 1 1 III II . Illll, I !'
lore Speriiil Kxamlner Hnheii S
Tiivlnr. In the itnVCIilltienl'M iIIkmiIii-
Unit kiill aualnxt lite I'ompany. textl-
lied i hut the International leio-tii
I'lieh vear nIiuo Uh foriii.illoii he
nxi'il tin. in li e mi hllitlt r luine Tho
wltniKH ailinltted he wan under i'
tun l to Mipplv the eoiiip.inv with
hinder twine
'There wum no llxltlK nf liric'i.
nrlnr in the International s luriuiitlun
III 1 112 ." ll'Hl ei uroinu.NKe. .-"in
were IiiihimI on the cunt of raw ma
lel'hilH."
When WHM tlllH llielhnd I'hiilir.el!'.'"
nuked Attnruev Oronveimr.
"Ill I till" ll till r.lOH," replied the
wltneHn.
OeorKe W. iTrklnn' part In the lor
tint Ion nf the Interimtlniiul iniiitiauy
later received attention. Uliliuril I'".
Howe, illrector of thu lnlernalleliiil
anil inrmer partner In the liccrliii;
llarvi'Mer conipany. ti-Htllh'tl he weal
to New York to Hen Mr. 1'erklnn to
ni'Kullali' the Hale of the lieeilnt;
unnimny In July.
"Dili Mr. 1'erklllM tell you what
other coniPanleH were unlim Into the
romhlniitlon'.'" iiHked Dovernmeiit
i'l'nNI'l'Utor (IroHVellOl'.
"I knew In a iseneial wuv what
the companies were," repllid Mr
11'. UI
"I Inferred that there were other
iminiifaetiireiH In New York tit the
time, been iim- Mr. .I'erkliiH kii lil thtt
he had to collier with othel'H n'l.iill
thn piopoHltinu Hllhmltteil."
In other wordH. .Mr. I'erkliiH wan
the KO-lietweeir."' uplteil the prone.
Alitor.
"No. 1 wniilil hardly kuv that." ro
piled the Wlllli'HH. 'Me neK"llatei
the tr.'iiiHiictlon "
TAFT WINS PRAISE
F
T
Appointment of Woman at the
Head of National Children's
Bureau Warmly Commend
ed by Philadelphia Gather
ing.
My 1.1'HHeil Wile In ('.vi'itlng HiTlilil
rhlliiiiciphia, Nov un. rue .mi
llonal Ameilc.ill Woim.iii'h SurCrane
association tndav ailoliteil resolii
I Inns commeiullm.' licsiilem Tall for
aiipolnllm; a woman as head of the
National Children h liiiicaa. went mi
record an fuvuiiiiK n 1 bit ml Inn iiiiioiik
the natloiiH to preveiii wan, ami dc
hired iikiiIiihI tratllc In wniiien,
The inenllon ol I In- name of the
pri'Hldent hroiiKhi ,iiplaiiHe, and
Wlll'll II HllllHllll'll ll iel'Klllli IIHKCI1
Will'lher It WIIH lieeeHsar In Incur-
pnriile Mr. Taft'H name 111 ihe ichii-
litthiu, Dr. Anna Jl Hluiw. tho pre
tilillni; nlllcer. nmlil mole upplaitue,
Hald It wiih, lieeaiiHe Mr. Tuft had re
moved Hie nlllee from polltlcH hy
hoiiHliik' 11 wninaii williniit ptillllpal
llllllleiiee Hi Sbaw udileil that for
mer I'rcKldi nt Itoosevell had priiui'
Iced to make ueii nn appointment.
hut hud failed ! no ho.
OF GDLORADO
PEN ON TRIAL
Defendants Charged With De
frauding State in Turohase
of Supplies for Penal Insti
tution.
Oy Leased Wlra to Brinies ttereldl
Canon Cllv. Colo.. Nov. 20. Tentl-
monv on the no'iiti id pcniiiinuary
Hruft trial In JulK- Wllkln'M court
here wuh coiillnid hum inornuiK "
the lili-ntlfleallon bv locttl bunk olll
cluln of wtirrnntii arid voutiierH IwiUcd
In payment for Hiipplleii fiirnUhcd the
prison betwiien October 0, 1H05, unu
NVivitmhur III. 1907. According to
eUto'fl uttonioiH life purpose or inte
Inquiry wum an attempt to Hhow from
Dill or ludlUK mill tne pricen pum n
the Uite for miiterliiln delivered wore
In exceut of the murkut value.
-.AttornovH for John Cleultorn, for-
Wer warden: A. It. KHhIiIh, hln chler
clerk, I), K. ThompHon und olllclaU of
tho nibnoii Lumber cximpany, de
fendsntH, foimht the Introduction n(
thl evidence ut every point and tho
cma oroceedod Hlowly. Only two wit-
inumi were Heard this morning.
BINDER
UN
ROM SUFFRAGIST
0 E IIO
FORMER
LS
NICE TELLS M
HE SLEW WIFE'S
Fi
Defendant Takes Stand in Tex
as Murder Case; Name of a
New Lawyer Brought Into
the Case.
Hy Leaned Wlnt In I-'.wuIiik Herald)
Foil Wm Ih. T.v, Nu. 26. -J. It
Hneed lndii it luted 10 the Jui v whlt h
Ih trliiK him on the cluirne nf mur
del how he killed Captain A. ll. I love
heie Heal lv a yciit' uku
Sliced H.ild .illel hu I'l'i'ovel ed 1 1 Im
Wife trolii r.iuildit, where Hhe hud
eloped with ruplaln IIoVcc'm Hull, Al.
he WIIH llllol iiiciI Ii .lolill A. I'.ice al
t'lnyton, N. M . thai Captain Hove
.tril Henry iinycr, ii iirotner of ai.
both hail rommiinlcaleU with Mr.
Sneeil.
When he walked lulu the hotel Iho
evenliiK on which he killed Captain
lloyee, .Sliced tcHllllcd, hi- met h up-
iiolntmi'Ut I'nited Stutt'ti I)lntrlct At
torni'j At well, a hrother-ln-luw of
Mr. .Sliced, cp to thm time he dm
not know Itoyce wiih In town, Hneeji
li'ila mil Ah they Htr.rted nut nf the
hotel, Atwell Htoppetl anil talked with
Caiitaln llovce. Sliced and Henry
llnwman walkeil on and later Alweii
Jiiliicd them al dinner.
Kneed (entitled that Atwell Hill'l
Captain llnyce had wanted In talk
about tho "while tdavii" i.'harKe
itKuliiHt yniiiiK HoM'e which r.rew nut
of the elopcllielll.
Aeeordlni: In the uitnesH, At well
told Sliced that Captain Itoyce hail
only a few yea in to lle, bill Hint he
would hpend the remainder of It Im
lire "draKKlllK Hui'i'd and bin Wile
throukil the ullme they hud Kot
theniNelVPH Into."
In telllliK IiIh stilly. Sliced Uilkeil
directly to the Jury, In IiikIhk out the
tnoHt trivial InelilelitH.
When he went hmi: to the hotid.
Knei'tl Hald, he wiih mil thinklni; of
Captain Itoyce ami Hiippoheil that hit
bad left. AH he paHseil IhrollKll till)
lobby, Kneed mild, he heard Home olio
nay: "There koch the now."
He turned ami hiiw Captain r.oyco
and I'Mwanl Tlirnckmiii'lnii, . .
When I heard that epithet," tfMt-
lleil .Sliced, "and knew ll wiih applleil
In mr, all that halipelieil went over
inc. I knew llnyce had been helplui; :
IiIh Hon to take m wile invay iriuti i
Ilie, anil I Knew of IiIm nlailderolln
HtalementH. I liellcveil ini'll lliat lie
WOlllll lltllll'K Ilie.
wiiiie unci ill. n. nneeii f i'ii.
Home one. wlmm lie Inter touml wiih
I-,. t. i-nciH in niifii, Heir.en linn
llllil IIIH nioinel in-luw, lleniy llow-'
mull, dink IllH plHtol rroni llllll. That
wiih arier the
THER
Hhonjlnu. limn heinil, ,,, lll)t ,,v ,.irimiitniilon whether
ili'Hcrllied hln arreHl.
Hneril Ih Iii unud healih. lie iip-
hearH culm nud loiillileiil and IiIm
fill la I I'XpreHHioll ch.lllKex hut III 1 1"
tin lie u.itiin'H Ilie Irlal's iirnKI csx.
S
8
Result of Ejederal Grand Jury
Investigation Is Putting Iin
Force of Interstate Regula-I
tions. I
My l.cascil Win in Km'IiIiik IIi-i 11I1I
Deliver. .Nov. 211. --The Deliver .VI
Itln Grande and the Colorado ,. ,
Hoiithern rullwiiyn tmlu.v iIIhcouIIihiciI .
the iHHtlilliee of Iiiikhch ih It ri'HllIt ol I
In"..:;,!!;:'.;,;, Vllll
the iHHUaiiee nl liilra-Htale IIUHHi'H In
Interstate MhlppeiH Is It violation of
thn InterHliite coiiiiniire lawu. It
wiih Htuteil that ollliiah. ol. the local
cmnpanli'M had decider: mil to await
mo outcome or the retinal I'UHi'H hut
In evidence their Inlcliiloiis to obey
(he law In iulllilf In Inrcu Hie name
ruliiM ti'KurilliiK the iHHtiiuce of Iiiiiih
poriiitloii ihui Koveru Ititcrxtuto IhihI
tiPHH, Tliene ruh'H limit thu KranlliiK
of pinoii.'M In railroad nlllclalK, cm
plnycM urn! their famlllm, InmutcH of
hiiHfiltulH and cliarltiilil? liiHtltuiloiiH.
COLORADO PIONEER
CLAIMED BY DEATH
My LcojiiiI Win' in Kvfiiliifc Herald
Denver. Nov 20.-ThomaH 11.
Ulmonton, iikch r year., who cimiu to
Colorudo lu IK.'.'J died 111 IiIh home
here hut tilKht ol iIIhciiich InclUenl nt
old line.
In tho early dayH Slmoilton eiiKiiKml
III the frelHllllllK bUHtltMH between
Denver, Idaho Kpiinxti und Uiadville.
For a tune he wiih i' ignited in bum-
now in Med Cliff and !.ciuivllle. Him.
union alno purtlclpnte4 In tho cam-
puuni iiKUltiMt tho Indium iih a mem
ber of tile vnliintei)' orKunUittlon
commandi'd by colonel J. M. ciiIvIiik-
ton,
The funeral will bo lidd WrdiieHflny
under the direction o' tho Colorudo
I'lnneet'ii' iiHHiuiailon.
The deociiMcd Ih Hirviveil by u
widow, two hoiih, (J. E. Kliuoulon or
Denver and Krunk K Hlmonloii of
Victor und (wo iluuKltcrn, Clara M.
Hlmonton of Denver mil Mrn. I. N.
Hlley of Vlclor.
IJrother or IN. Kan PitiiI.
CIiIcuko. Nov. al. Hun Ami,
brother of Dr. Hun Viii Hen, Iiiim been
found Innocent of the ?hure of abet-
tint ii revolution un nun n lumen
'to Cuntttn, ucfoidlnif to n tUHputch
from Canton to tho iiiiciiko uuiiy
NeWN today.
i
Wealthy 3UU Ovner Devil.
Providence, ll. f wiv, 20, Itohert
Knlaht. owner of mire cotton mill
than any other Individual In the world,
died at hli homo in lmwood today,
RAILROADS ABOLISH
PAS
TO SHIPPER
Md l . . I., . ,
DEFENSE - INSISTS
mmm ALONE
ARE GUItTY OF
1 1
Ortie MoManigal UndcrgoD3
Cross-Examination at Hands
of Senator Kern for Defense
in Indianapolis Trial.
TVEITMOE REPRIMANDED
FOR SMILING FACh
Or Lratcit Wlra 0 Ihrnlmi lltrald)
IlUlluiiapoliH, NnV. l! 'lllelin( In
Uh uiKiiiiKnt that tho Uwi.itn.toiH who
already have eonfi-Hul iinue were
lOHpoUHlhU' fur rxplOHloti-., ihe dufOliHO
al the 'dvniimlto conn nine , trial to
ilav cniiliniied lt utii i x.i mlnatlon
of Oi He I'. McManlRul.
Ki'iiiiior Kern, ohlor fniiunei ror the
forly-lhe defeiulantH, plod Mi. Muni
Kitl with iiii Htloim In eiiiieii in iihnw
Hint the dynamiter I "pi .n nechuled
lit piiHHlble while nil III H'I'm id d"
Htl UC).
"When I went l" IIohi-ii in nee
Michael .1. Yotltilf, Hie nuiiwnrkelH
laiHlncHii itKeiil, about IiIowIiik up tin
tower on the Municipal IiiiIIiHuk a
HprluKllidd. Ma km., In April, Hit I,
YnuiiK called me iJiiWn," Hitld Mi'Man
lltal. "He Huld he hlnl told J. .1. M -Numnia
1 wiih not to wlop at llontoii
iih Yomii; did not want to lie men
with me."
"Didn't McNaiiuitii tell you alwayii
to nee iih few people uh pomdlilc, and
dldii'i von iceclve ymr liiHiructloiiH
from McNainara ahiiie'.'" linked Sena
tor Kern-
'Troiii McN'iiniani nud Herherl K
Iliu'klu. Once when llockln liihtruot-
ed me I lobl him If I w.ih laiiKht we
all would be iiillKht."
"Hut im never ist any liiHtnu
lloliH iibiiui Jobs to he blown up from
anyone csecpt .McMiuara
"I wild McN'aiiiaiii and llockln
Y iiiui! In ItoHion talked to me about
dolim wmk lor Ihe haul utibin, bill
I I (old bun I worked inly lor the In
i,.r.m Hoimi
,.i.lf Tveltnioe. Sun I'ranclHi'o.
..i,n I . n Hlllim ui I'oiiiiHel'H
i,,,i Hlu. ,. il It.l li,..'.iii. wum or
il. .i..il In linlui. AlldelHini In ull illllnllir
, ... i .... . , I, ... ... uiilH,
..i ,1(,ii,.,. ,i..ii. In ii nciiietiiul Hinllo
nt. l In. in, i lln. Ji.ri.iu lulil Tve I-
....... .. it,.. wIIi.hm Ih helnti HX
M.,i,., Mulil IikIlm. AiuIli-miih. "I will
1 lv hiiiIIiiiu nr ntiierw IHI
1 Heinle Iwn epll)sollM Oil ll V III -
duel al SillllKII"bl. III. mi Al ;l r. ll K,
Hill, win n I .'..iiiiii ilumiiKo wii'i dntii
; I'all lil, I'. Mill pin IcKlllled he was
Vlslled bv I'l'eil SliealH, a llllloll llf-
1I11I.1I. and lobl lit Spciil'i II the Job
u.l- llnl III1I1. Ille.l II W.lllld be "pill
nil lln bum'' When Ihe llffl'llHC nl
I., lid iii-iii. 1 Aiii.ruev Miller until :
ll Iiiim I" 11 'Imwii thai Speal.
Hi'iiiKli not uullcleil, 1 tit h been 11 eo-
, ' iisilraini .iixl iniuhl In have been
11. (In ti i '
Tile .llllll ill 1 I iilcd 1 1
object loll
.llnl 111. .v
Spi al 4 Ibn
loll. Ml
' 111.1l .1 act ti 1
lllllll'I'Hl
ol ilyn.i
H Mi Nil
Job.
TRIAL OF LAWYER
I Attorney Charged With Stran
gling Client May Be Taken
to New York to Answer 1o
Other Indictments.
Ity Lvaiiril Wlrr In Hvanlag Ifrrald
IJOHIHil, S. V, NOV. I'll. Afli I lb
llheralllli; ln in. ire than I .ill 1 1 1 .-ii
ll'ill TH Ihe joiy in thu CIlBO of llillloll
W. (UIihiiii. ( bin ceil with the niurib
of IiIh i ll. nl. Mi h. Honu MeiiHchlk
SJlbo, l epni led In Jllfitlco ToillpltlllH
unlay tluit ii ciiiiki not nun n
verillei. The Juiuih wero acconlimtlv
illHcharAed.
Jllellll .1. Nllllcl' nf fllllHOIl'H COIIIIHCl
announced i.lmniv after Iho July had
I n illHi hiiip'd Hint tho illHtiii I at
loriiev had iiftcrcd not to pliicn i lib
Hon mi Hi-ii ii i n on the charge nf
numb tIiik .Mih Kxabo provided iiiii
hoii would plead liiillty to one or hov
urn chalKi h ukiiIiihI him III New York.
cniiutv.
A ileleitlvi. armed with a warrant
oiimcii nn alt illiiiciiiitiiil JOUI1II jcsier-l
day In New York wn tirepared in :ir-(
llll-l 'IIIIHOI tnuiij i UIU CVCIll III "IH
ai'(illllal nil thn liiurdur Ollliriie. Thu
warrant iliarKcn thn larceny of $17.-
ii ii from Htiiih Truynor, a rnimui'
cllenl of OlbHOli'H 111 111 Hi. niller
chiirKi'H "ro pendlnif In New York
eiiiinly iiKuliiHt iilbHon, mime of theiu
ilKIIIIIHt IllM alllllllllHtrUtlOII of Hut
SUllll I'Hlllte
iHudore WuHHervoKel, umlHtiiiil iIIh
trlct mini in nr New York cininiy,
who Iiiim been iiHHlHtlng thn (iraiiK"'
couniy aiith. .mien at tho trial, ib
tiaretl nn offei of any mirt had been
made to HIIihuii on oohulf of the
Mule
GOVERNOR OF TEXAS
LEADS TURKEY TROT
fllr laeil Wire to BTauta Herald
Cuero. Texan. Nov. 26.- QoviTllor
Colquitt nf TiMiH und memberH of
IiIm Utah hiadeil what probubly wiik
the hlKK'Ht turkey trot of tlnv yeur
toduv. whim tiny led U Drocesudon of
111,000 turkeVH thrmiKh tho HtreetH of
Cuero. Practically all the bird will
be slaughtered for tho ThunkuulvlnK
ana viirutmuis iiouuuyu, (
DYNAMITING
iliii ss ..li In.
. Ii III 0 Ilie 11 -
Mill. 1 'lllll .1.
11. bb up the
I
il RV mmtK IU LmnlnT
r"""" bum ut
FOR MURDER
SHARP ADVANCE I
RATE ON CALL
MONEY
Deiioit in Excess Reserve
Threatened Before Week
End; Treasury May Bo
Asked for Assistance.
Ilr l.rmrtl Wlrr In ICrmlug Itrmhll
New Y 1 1. . n .ii Ain.lliii Mini -
ilPII adv. .Ii ill call mnllcv !' duv In
day. I" 'Hi lc I' nr .'(III, eilll.llllllK
M'Ht'tdav'H I I u 1 1 ruli anil lint ut
laliied Niiiee Hie eiiiiv part of t'.im.
wail I (I'.'linlile for flit ther IIIIHellle
nielli Iii the Hlncli market udu Key.
erill lllstalii i'H Were I chIHUImIIiIc fnl
llilH nil lliuelicv, imiudlmi tile Hid
Hull cIcaiiUK' boliie I in II Km have al
icady loii nun. unu In the ob 1 1 . ..(
nry iillicc l.i-t 1 'I l.l.i . v. huh ihii .it. iih
llelll It Hi Ilie eii '. lc. I . at III.
end of the ucclt
ll Wiih I i I . .1 in : lie linaie'i.il ill"
trlct thai Mi.. Ii. (ai 1 1 . il ' o o ill
WllHhlUKt"ii "il.l mi n .. ipi'i 'I
Mm
fll .lil.'wl ii II e
FOR PRESIDENT !
Clemency Granted Murderer by
Acting Governor Said to Be
Responsible for Possible
Roosevelt Defeat.
Ilf l.rn.fil Wlrr In lirrnln Ifrraldl
Sail 1'lalicHico, .Nov. '.'Ii lllllt'llll ro-
tiuic. .iln inl cauv ii'ii. .1 by Secretary
of Slate Jul (lil 11. 1 1 all colintleH III
the MaU' hut I. iim tik.elcM, Alameda,
llivn and Modoc c iitlulicM, ami iniOtll'
tal iciiiriiM ft 111 Hie iiiIhhIiik four
ciiillitli'H, Hive llrllllll, til hL elector nil
Ihe Dciiiucrutle ticket, a plurality of
HI over Wallace, headlm; the He-
publican elei'tilllll ticket.
Should Iho conii ileiido on throw.
Iiik nut the entire into of two I. oh
AmtelcM prcclui'tM, filllllli'M lead will
ho ineniUHeil by about i!'u). lrru-
Hiccllve or that in clMlnll, nil repuriH
t Ii Hit far received from Lou AllKideu
have Mlmwn Wallace IT I behlml
Wheeler, M-cnllil nil tile Itepubllciltl
electoral llcliel, In thai ciilllllv. The
iliricii in e, which iiiiihI ln Htilitracteil
rrom Wallace H HlreiiKtll III Hie Htale
ill lai'Ke, I'l Mllllliielll In overcome
ItnliHi'VI II H culler 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 V.
plllltlur deV cnilllelll lit' Hill (lllll
p.ilKH Is Ihat Wall m ueukllcN'i m
III'. Cllllllty M ilS.'l UlCll lllell' Ill
IllH i .illinilllllllt.il of Hie ip lllll Hl'lltetll e
uf ileoiKc l-'lllliel'iia, a wife llllllili l el
I'll ( ( olll llllll 11 1 ll III W.IH Kiallteil (lllllC.K
I in. llllll' .1 till llllll ll'M alileln
W lole
Wall. lie U.iH in IlUK Knv.limr, an. I
it i.ulill'al Icailel'M ulll'ibul. the I.
Hid. (in (he popular voli'. lionci '
.lllll I'lllllMilU HI'. Ill ll) ll.l.e l""t I'i
I'll II. I
TO ACCEPT SALARY
BELIEVED INSANE
Strange Conduct of Miss Van
Duficn Who Jumped to
Deatli From Window of Chi
cago Sky Scraper.
Mr l.raaed Wire to ISvriiliiB llrrnlil 1
Clmiuiiiill, )., Nov. Mlmt .Maud
Vun DeiiHeli. who Jumped to her death
from an olllco hiilldliiK In ChlcuKn
ycHtci'iluy, In hiiIiI tu have hIiunvh
mviiiiIoiiim nf a tllHurdered mentality
durliiK a luoilth'M ri'Mldellce here Home
lime .ii;vi. She wan employed III the
ill r ii chemical ciiinimny uiitl wiih
llllll llilieicil In her IcfllHill Ilf I Of llllV
IIIK Wnl'kcll Iwn weekH tu UCIIOpt .Illy
na Inn pi nllen d If.-r. Allhmtuh It wiih
leaimd she u.o biitllv In Meed of
lliuilcv mIic reins, d .i lake her WIIKH,
HliylllK. "1 Iiiim nl eaiuid it llllll tin
not want II."
SELECTING
JURY FOR
MAIL FRAUD TRIAL
Ilr Lvated Wire In llvrnluii llrrnlil)
New Yol'K, NVIV. Jii Ihe llllll nl
.1 ll I 111 II llawthol lie, Jnitiiih J il im . lu.
W. .1. iltirtijn ami Allien f nan.
chitiKi'd with rniuduleiii ,uhc ni Hu
iiiiiIIm lu nxplollliiK iiiIiiIiik etniiiM.
w.ih loiillnileil today bufuie .Indue
lloiiKh lu thn Hiillnd HlatCH dlnlibt
emu l. WIiIIh Ihnni were twoivn lell-
I. iim InrorM In the box, thu ilnfi-liHi
hud nine peremptory (illlllCHKl'M left
iiiiiI I In priiMecutlnii hIx.
Ii any mVirn elmlleliReH were
mad. .Indue IIuiikIi hail llfteeii mure
taleHiie u ' . iib d ami examined, Hev-
crul H. nl ilnv had received bo mo of
Hie llliulhmiii. Illeialtire
WOMAN CHAUFFEUR MAtf
BE VICTIM OF MURDER
Br Leaned Wire l Kvanlna Haraldj
fllllcilKo, N"v .0 MIhh Jllllu V.
flulllvun. one of i'Iik .! h few llceiined
woman (hfiuffcurn. wuh found hot
to death In Iter iniurliiielilM mirlv 10
day. AMIioukIi Hu- noliee wtilo told
thut aho commuted Huh-hlc, dci-jtllvoH
wore CotalUa tu Invvbtluulu,
GALFORNIAS
UDGIDED
DECLINED
l.iM.TSjft1
DOOMED LIBOR LEADERS
GUNMEN
TO EXPIATE
GRIME IN
January G Date Set for Execu
tion of Quartette Convicted
of Assassination of Gambler
Rosenthal.
JUSTICE G0FF ORDERS.
EXECUTION AT SING SING
(Itv Leased Who in levelling Herald
Ve.v Yntll. N.' I'll. -flVI) Hie
in 1 Whn. w ih. U'ftio Louie nmlj
1 1. if," I'ritiK. the Kmimeii convicted
m th. ti .1 1 ii . i .a 11. 1 mil 11 Itonenthal,
weie mi-iii . 11. ..I , .liiNiice QnlT to die
ih. el. .in, . Iim at Hlnif HltlE
1 ilnrim; 1 he
i. . 1 .1 uiiiary 0,
GRAIR
VOTElKOREANS ON TRIAL
FOR
CONSPIRACY
Dl
Ugly Story of Confession Se
cured By Fear of Torture
Told on Stand By Former
Cabinet Minister.
Ilr
l.rnaril
Wlrr Iii ICvrnlnir Herald
Nov'. 21! The now
niil, U.'i.
Dial ii i.jn
cbiii ii.il wiih
i oi iiiii im! KiircunH
"iisin inn iif ;i io audi
I'.UI iiKiiliiM
iimin, ilapiim
in.. nr(, or Count Ter
se Kovernor Rimernl of
hete today.
Kol. il, 1 1 . ' ', . 1 1 1
Ahnllt it lln c llllHHllllllllieH, 11 1 1 11 ft
ller nl Hie prblnllerH' I'cllltlVcH llllll
olllel Hiccia(iis ncullphtil till) HplICO
iilllHlde tile bill.
Ilarnii Vun chi Hu, a former Kor
ean caalucl mlulHler, whn hail lieem
Hculeiiced to a term in leu ycarH im
liilHoiimetiL nt lli Hint irii. yiiM tlnv
III hi I'Vaillllli'd. Te explailjeu'tllllt the
cnurcHHloii lie made laHt Ainrcli, ad
iniitliiir ii)uiilhii in the eoimplnmy
ami ImpllcalliiK hIx IcadeiM, wiih III
die ed bv real ot loliiire
President-Elect Refuses to
Tackle Cold-Storiige Bird,
Only Kind Available in Ber
muda. Ilr l.raanl Wire tu livrnliiB Herald
1 1 .1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . i n, lleiminla, Nov. I!U.
Hnveriiui' W'IIhiiii ulil nut eal turkey
on ThankiiKlviiiK ilay. Thorn are mi
iniiieVH on l Ins IhIiiiiiIm except cold
ilnlai;.. iiiich.
The healih nt' I liiveriiur Wllnon
i hnvM'd I ii i i i itv. ii ii'ti l 1 1 win y. hut hn
b 'iih d Iii iiiiualli al hoille all day tu
i.inv.r 1 1 mil an attack ol IndlKcw
linn which llirecleil llllll Velilclllll V.
JURY COMPLETED FOR
TRIAL OF MRS. LESH
llj Lcascil Wile In Kvi'lllllR Hurilld
Sed, iiia, .Mo, Nov. an. , iurv for
Ihe mil nl Mm, I'linny KHeil ImIi,
aricHieil n j.llH .ih;cIi h. chai'Kud With
tho minder of .Mih. I'.llabclh Si.
(.Jim Hilii in o wuh i iiiii tilt tiul and tho
llilrnduiilon Of ovldmin. cuininciicnd.
t'luiiiHcl for Hio deiiiiiHe hiiIiI lotluy
.ti rn. lA'n WOlllll IllH in ll At'ci on thn
Mitnil .iinleHM iiuexneeted evldcnco
were inn ouuoed by tho Hlilto.
AHorileyH for both ulduH exnactad
Iim ciiho would bu iilveii to tlii Jury
not ihu i' until 'inurHiiay.
SECRETARY OF NAVY
WILL STICK TO SHIP
WiiHhlmtlntl, Nm 211. HuuiorH
lli.it .Sicilian nl the navy de-
l i.i 1 1 1 1 i-1 1 u.ih abuiii in ichIku, which
wen- in uciivi ciri iiiiii nm III W'iihIi
liiKton loilay, iiriiuKh an emphatic
denial I rniii the son. inly hitiiHcIf lit
the i iiiuiliHloli ol the i abllll'l iiiiictlllK
al Ho while house.
READY TOVVORK FARMS
FOR THE H0MESEEKER
Ily iH-aaril Wire ia Vimtuu Ifaraia
Cheyenne. Wyu.. Nuv. !. "Iteuily-
lo-worlc" faruiH for liomeBenkera may
no provided uy Wyoiniuif ir ti reoom
memmion mado by Immlnrutlon
CommlnKloner Hov Kcheuek In au-
lirovud by the Htale IcKlNlnture wholH
mevlH In Jivnuary. Hclieiiok'a plan la
tu utlllsm atuto hind and Htuto water,
mo uominonweaiiii iiiiiuiiiiic tno nee
eiwiiry IrrlRiitliui ciiiiiiIh und on each
forty to ulBhty ncrcM erectlnu houiea,
bariifl, feucea und drlvlnir wollti, eachi
pliico In bo aold tu homeacekeM ut a
rcuqoiiaulu mruU ubovo nctual coat.
AGAINST JAPS
NO TURKEY DINNER
F
W00R0W
WILSON
GUILTLESS OF
IS
VERDICT
- itmmm
Remarkable Scene in Balenl
Court When Jury Proaowt
ccs Three Defendants Xftfth
cent of Crimfr. altii
WORLDWIDE INTEREST
IN OUTCOME OP TRIAD
Ettor, Giovannitti and Caruso
Had Sympathy of Organised
Workero Who Contributed
to Defense Fund.
My Leased Wire to Ktcnlna ntoftUl
Kftlem. Mniw., Nov. 2.,'Not
Utility" Ih the verdict of tho Jury In
ihe euHe of Joseph Kttor. Arturo Oto
vnntiitn and Joseph Caruio, eharjaA
with the murder of Anna Loptec
whn wiih killed In tho Lawrauoa t
uie Htriko riot innt winter. Wfieci
Hie three men hud heard th woytla
rrceiiiK them from thn cnarg tboy
einlinueil und kliutou each Other.
Ulnvaiiulltl then ipranr to hut (Mti
"Ueiutetneii of the jury," h
bin fiico beiilnlnir with Joy. "In Uia
miiiiu of Jimllce, truth and clvllUa
tioii, l thnnlt you." As ha oat down
the court Interpreter, Alfred Sacoo,
aroHD for C'uruno and ealdi "Mr.
CiiruHu ilcnlrcH me to say Utt ho
vviintii me tu thank you alL and bow
that ho m u fruo man. ho oaya bo trafl
Innocent or the crime."
Kttnr, the lender of tho Btrlks at
Ijiwrcnce ami chief center ot tntr
imt In . the ciiho that haa arottMA
world, wide attention, nddreMHd the
Jury: "May It plrnine tho ceurt," h
Hald, "I thank you not only for ray
Heir hut lu th name of my com
panions. ( alno feel Impelled t
thank the court for thn fair manner
in which thlH trial haa tiven eon
ducted. The thanki wn offer arc not
only uurH, hut thanks In tho nam ot
Hie vvorkltiK clo.it."
llevlew ot tho Caae.
Hrtlein, Mftiw.. Nov. 30. Tho trial
of Joeplt J. llttor, member of tha
iri(ei)Utlv' u(niQlUi(frthA: iTidtu
trlal Workers of thn World) -Arturo
(lloviinnlttl, a Hoclallit writer of
Mrnoklyn, N. V., nnd Joieph Caruso,
ii mill worker, enmo about In conio
(liienco of the ntrlko In tho textile
iiiIIIk Iii Lawrence, Mans., auddanly
precipitated January 12 last and con
tinued lor two miintha. ICltor and
(llnvii'inltu were ucouaed iih uccea
Hoilt'H btifuro the fact tu tho murder
of Anna l.nplzzo, who wan killed In u
Htreei riot 'The isnmntontfealMi
inalntaliied that they Inoaed tho riot
in which tho woman met hor death,
by Inllaimnutory apeeohea to tho
Htrlkere. CariiMo wua aceuMd, with
Halvutore Kctilto, who naver haa been
apprehended, with actual participa
tion In the riot.
The id rlli e. which wao accompanied
by much violence, enllntlh orjrohUM
iiml iinorKniilted workero on on
IiiiihI and mill ovvnern on tho other.
with ihe police of Lawrenco and
ttilllthi of MuHnachUMetta on guard to
avert illmiHtroua conneouoncea, at-
traded world-wldo attention for
many vveekn. Hlote wero frequent.
CurH lu Lawrenco were attacked;
men, women und children' who at
tempted to work wero usalled and
in Homo ciihch Injured and there wero
repent i'tl cIumIich between striker"
und the orKnnlxetl forces of the law
nut 11 olllxana nf Lawrenco Wero
itliirined ut tho thraatoned ntrumjle.
Itn tilmnx enme on Janudry 39, n
day Iickuii with u purndo of atrltatod
fori'lKii vvorkern In Uemonntrate their
Holldnrlty iiuulitHt tho mill owner
ami ended with a riot In rrhloh th
voiniK wiiiuuii wum slain und Oscar
llciioll, ti lawrenco pollcoman, was
Hliilibnd.
IJven cotiRreim was nppcalod to
durlnif tho ntruKBle followlnu an at
tempt of iitrlkn leaders to tatco from
Lawrence to Fhlludelphta a hundrt4
children of ntrlkem' famlltcH to b
carinl for by nynipathliont. This f
fort, precmletl hy HUccoisful deporta
tion of NtiikerH' children to Now
York ami other cities, was frustrated
by tho pollen In a clash at the rail
road ntatlon In which fathers,
mothers and children clashed with,
tho authorities. Many men and worn
en wero arrested. This OMurreaccs
widely horulded, aroused protests
from all parts of the United State
mid prompted Vlclor Berser, BeaUW
lit mouther of the house of repro-
HcntiitlveH, to plan a congressional in
vcHliKatlun nf the strike and work
InK iiondltlotiH In tho mills of the
American Woolen company and
oHiitm A roHolutlnn dlreotlna; such
mi limulry brouKht about a prelim
inary hcarlnir before tho rules com
mittee of iho holism Ih which Law
rence strikers, men, women and chil
dren, representatives of tho mill OWftVt
MURDER
era und representatives of tho Law
rciim authorities, participated. ' Vha
henrlnRN, hofd in the caucus room ot
the ho ime office bulidlntf In WalililtiS
ton, uroused Intenso interest, httn
drnds of persona, includfhsT Ww.
Tnft, wife or tho president, attendlnjr.
theln ror several days. Jfo conjrras
slonal action, hewover, was recoea
mended,
The atrlko began on Jar). It a)sa)
workers In mills of the AmejleaQ'
Woolsn corr any lei tneir looms,, la
protest csalnut a reduction. wKke'i
notice of two hours' pay cl yratfct In
oqMoquence of thtre fojaf, Mkto'feYj'
,1ft '.

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