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month or IS rtiU a week delivered
I you dour) lift cnte malL
In Congress Devoted
to Republican Ton
Vol. t. No. ft.
ALBUQUERCIUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 19U TEN PAGES TODAY
TIIK KVFIXO HFHAf.n
I ill. 1. Ml SO,
mm APOLOGY BY
HDERTA AVERTS GRAVE
Admiral Mayo Orders Mexican
Commander to Fire Salute
to American Flag; as Sign of
MEXICO CITY CLAIMS
TABLES TURNED ON VILLA
Latest Information from San
Pedro Indicates Huerta
Forces have United and are
Pressing Rebel Chief
11 y ImwiI Wire l( lrntn Herald. I
Mexico City, April 11. The InlHd
federal armies facing General Villa
revolutionary forces are tnlnlng in
their stliiok nn Torreon. according to
war oltlce advice received licre l
ii..i.n today. The dlspathce s-.y tne
federals have suocrcd.il in cutting the
r-ll line between Goincx l'nlaclo
f AltllW.A AMI STAFF
m:vi: nut t iniiruu a
Juurrx, Mix., April 11. inivl
Ven ust i.i no Curruiixa, hi military
staff, member nf hla cabinet uml a
huge number of clerk let I In ro fot
C'lilhiiiiliua. the new iiiuvinM.ii.il catn
A pilot train with u .tuard of t'l'i
m.Mn-i li-li lore I.i-t iiiuhl In mm'
Hio way for tho chief of the revclu
lion. An ollb nil residence .mil exc. utn c i
offices are awaiting liirn at Chihuahui
uml with Inn nttb nn tho scene then1
will be arci-lv an interruption f
Ihe workings of the provisional gov
ernment. A lepnrt from Torreon i.t!d thai
three rebel columns under "ion. r 1 1
Fornix Ides, llerreru slid Con hud en
gaged General Velusco ul l'.irrs. No
111 I.IITVH I'llliMI'T AI'OMMiV
AVI 111 M ltKHS lllsis
Washington. April 11 Another
threatened ctsls In the Mexican sit
ii.ition. Ih li time over ihu arrest "I
Aiurii.iin marines at Tampion, ap
parently has passed over with the
prompt relief of the men und en apol
ogy hy HiHTIa. who promUcd pun
Ithmri.l for liny !rliral oll.fr founl
tiilliy of any oflVnac.
Tho nlni uVpnrtmont t)inm"ir!x-d
Cli:i rtrc i' Hhuunhnnixy'ii n-prewniM-iioim
unit llurrta't union, in ihi
"Aftlng on Instruction from th
ulalw iloiiarlmi'lit. the Aimrlruii
ih.irio In MfXlco City reprmi-ntod lu
the Mfxo nii for Igii ollUa tlv ex
treme m'rloup'ieiui of llm mtuatlon
growing out of I hi. delenilnn of rnr
eil Ktnteii murlnci hy Mcxh an ffiloralp
lit Tamplco. A personal i xplanatloii
of Ihn gravity 'f the orftiriom a
inmlii hy Mr. O'haiixhiiriwy to fUn
eiul lliiirln hliiiri'lf. who mated:
"That III view of the fart Hint in.1
ehnrge irnfTaliv of tho I'nlted Ktatex
lunl hcaril that the whale bout In
whlrh the A met Iran (nllora were win
Itylnic the American la, an lnvetl
gallon will h inailc to falnlillnh the
rraponaihillty of Colonel llin.inj'ia
the pennliy Bppllrahle to the f.e
wonli be lnu"'il ly the (ompele.it
"tlenerul Huorta filo atuteil that
In amird w ith llif line of rondu -t
hli'h th. governnient of Mexico nan
always followt-d In the fujilllnn'tit of
Ita ilutlea of an international rharn. -ter
regarding all nation, (t deplorv
what hna occurred In thla cae, whh-n
haa grown out tif nothing more than
the niiaunderatiinillng of a auhordi
nnle o"liHl. Ilia nuperlor orllcer m
once proceeded to point out that th
ui'curreiice wa u lintcnl lonul and he
Impoacd of Colonel lllnaloea dwiplin
ary punlehment within the authorliy
cf Central JCiirngoan.
"Mr. O'r'haughneitiy reported that
the rgplHnntluna oa ahove it. ado had
Iwen given to the re of Mexico
Oltlrlul report of the arrcat and
ailhaa-iiucnt reh.'aa of Ailierlian mar
Inea at Tamplcn w.ia received .nl..y
ly Hei relury IihiiIcIb, ho forwarded
II to Prralilent
at While Hulphiir
He.ir Admiral Mayo reported lhl
offer Ihe marine were n'leaed n
hi deinaiid, he git'y the llueii.i
I 'vmm iM'ii r twenty-four h .ur pi ai'
tite the American color aa an a;"i
ogy. The time rxpire.l at ( o . I. irk l.iM
night. The report received today ill I I
not aay whether I In- demand had
Lccn complied with hut Serretaiy
Ihinlela Interpreted prenn dlepatchi
eajliig the MexKnn commander had
apoloamed e moaning lliat he hi. I
complied with Admiral Mayo'a ne
Later Charge r'8hURhncy olll-
eiiilte f lal.itr I ftencp.il llnnrl:.' rii.l.
fiHV fur I hat urri.al ami l..li.iil li.ti nt '
the marine and forwarded n copy ol
a atalement lacued hy llilertn.
Mr. Iiryati would not comment on
the etutemcnt hut will await n full
report of all the clrcuniptaiirea he
fom announcing whether Huerta'a
expluniilion will aatlnfy thin it .vein
m.it. Iiem.lle the mule department'a re
newed protect ngalnxt wiioleaale ex
pulelon of KpuninrdK from M.iio,
l'i.nol llamm reporta today that r..
ml Villa had reiterated Ilia or I. r
that all Kimiilard muNt leave the ac tion
under hi control. lie iiIbo re
porta rontlacMtion of ame Kpanlfh
property. No reply ha been receiv
ed to Secretary llryan communlcn
tion to Carranxa demanding) that nil
cane of expulsion be cu'imlelld oil
their Individual merit.
Meanwhile Consular Agent Car
ol her and other cniiaulnr otlleer in
dlklrii I where there lire HpanlHh
colonic will continue to prean the
tale department ilemano for the
wifely of rpanUh Uvea and property.
Coiitul Il.imm report heavy flgui
Ing nt fan l'edro hut did not Indicate
litle.t of'k'liil udvlcca were turn
niarlrd In thla aiatcnient:
"Chiiotlc condition lit Torrenn are
reported to the' Hale department but
the commander in thief of tun force
occupying tlie dUtrh t ha pr.mi l
that ail foreign property h.ill he pro
tected. It la liiKletvd, however, tn..
ull Spaniard munt leave the ee. tion
under hi control, and t-oiinm ali.ni
of the iihiin.li.iied property ha oc
curred." Ilailroad conneitlonx out of Mon
terey are reported aunpi r.ded inre the
lirt wick of Aiu(. Telt Kruplii.:
commii'ili'.nii.n i very dllllcuii. Hen-
ei. il Ah.ir.iilu h.. wired f'onnul 1 1 s -
temr at Hcrm..i-llo that a force ol
2.. i) ua'n had lni-n cnt f..r protection
of aettleis In the Ya-iul vullcy and
that every eflort waa UcIiik made for
their aft ly.
The Mexican tnihay lued thi
'A'litci received at the M.xicin
emb.iv from necretary of foreign ic-
l.illon In Mexico CHy iiidic.ite that
Ihe force of (idler.. I ViIi'kco,
Moure and Mum have uliltei! aiol pr i-
ccedeil to att.lt k the relic! helei:ed at
Toricon, thua carrln out the airat-
rgelio plan Initiated hy Valeato."
ItlllM . lti:QI T Til AT
IMTMI KTATIM IXTKIIVPM-:
Madrid, epally April II Tile
Hpuntnh foreign miniHier today uked
Colonel J .n K, Wlllard, frilled
Hi. lie anihua-vidor to Hpain, to requot
the government at WiiKhington to In
tervene In favor of the l.fnii) Hpnn
Inh suhjeeta expelled from Torrcon.
Accoiding to oltlclul new receive I
by the Hpanlhh calilnet from Mexico,
Ihe expelled piinlard are In a crit
ical aitUHllon nnd the government d
tJed to approach the I'liitMl Hl).
government In their behalf Indepelld
ently of the nieaure Hpaln i faking
to bring her aubjects o their own
CTk WII.Ij VIT OS
lll l'I.V I IKIM Alllt7.
AVnahinKton, April II H;in re
1Uet through American Amhaiwador
Wlllard that the I'tilted Ktate try
to bring about a revocation of the nr.
tier expelling Dpunlurtta from Mexico,
hag been recel -d here. I'ntll a re
ply la rerelveu to Secretary Hnan'
la I eat tlemund on Carranxa, proieni
Ing against race discrimination, potn
Ing further can he done. It waa point
ed out, In the way of aiding the ex
LATEST LEADER OF
NOW AN OUTLAW
(Hy IVaarit Wire to rennf flerald l
WaahliiKton, April II. lieHldcriu
Aj'lita, lender of the latest revolution
In the northern province of the Io
mlnlcan republic, ha been declured
an outlaw and removed from lna gov
ernment of lite. Ijttet atate depart
ment report today also auy the gov
ernmnt force have restored order
In 1- V'ean and 1'uert.t I'lata.
An of fit lnl alatemrnt Issued today
hy the department here aaa hi
smuggling operation have been
known to the lit. mini. an government
through auccesslve adminlatratlon.
and It I claimed that by reaaon of
hi Influence he waa able to make
largo demand on Ihe government for
money from Ihe I uldlc Ireuaury.
a aaai war w
John Swazea and William
Jones Fired on Frcm Am
bush Last Night While on
BOTH PROMINENT QUAY
No Clue to Persons who did
Shooting and no Cause
Known. Sheriff and Posse
Illy Ieae4 Wire to r-vfttnf Herald
Snnu Fe. N. M.. April II.
John H win. a nnd Wililam Jones,
two prominent farmer, living
near Tucuincarl, Quay county,
vtero shot and killed from am-
hush by i.nn unknown, about
S o'clock last night. II. .Ih men O
had been In Tucumcatl on bu-
liieoa nnd were on ihelr way
home when the killing occurred.
The sheriff anl a deputy have
hurried to th scene in auto to
make an Inveitlua'lon.
A Rainy Easter
Weather Bureau has Done its
Best to Prevent the Showing
of Our New Spring Togs
(Ity l.l Wire to I'.venlng Herald 1
vv ashlngton, April II. It w in
probably be a rainy K.iater Sunday nil
over the east. In It soiun I leak of
nature seta the beet piedlt tiona of the
weather bureau expert uwry, there
vil be rains and anows In the north
ern portion ol the east and rams over
Ihe southern districts. It I u sl.x k
prediction iimong lay wea'her progh
et that If it nn n on Kaster Hunday
II will rain for six consecutive rUin
days thereafter. The weather sharps
say. however, I here la nothing cer
lain about that.
The winter tlareback if the lat
few days wh being dlnslpittetl nil over
the country today. A parting shot of
freeiing temperatures waa being felt
over the noi thwtteiern arena
The weather, which threatens to
retire Kusier lliiery to the bandboxes
and spoil the promenade on the
fashionable avenue of ninny cities,
I a Joint effort from Texa and t'un
a.lu. i xci:iitu w i:Tin.ii in
TIIK IIIN kV M)l TINS
Denver, April II. llenerully fair
weather wa the liidicution for Kut
er Kiinday n Colorado and Wyoming,
according to the predictl.in of the
government weather buicnii today
In New Mexico It waa laid fulr weath
er would follow a rain In the northern
and eastern purl or Ihe slate. Warm
er along tho eastern slope of Ihe
Itocky inouiiialn war Ihe tempera
ture prediction. The llRh' wet enow
that fel yesterday disappeared rap
idly today by bright sunshine.
BEAST WILL HANG
FOR ASSAULT ON
KANSAS CITY WOMAN
fllf f4ol Wire o Fvctilng Herald. 1
Kanw; City, April II. Vic
Oiterlnger, convicted a week ago
of purtic ipuiiug with five other
men In an ultack on Mr. Her-
Irude Klin Her. a nurse, was tie-
toed a new trial today nnd sen-
tencvd to bo hanged May 11
After Sharp Controversy Oovv(,
crnors iiecau Last night s
Vote of Approval by Nine to'
TO PUT ONE OVER
Charged that Pending Drain-
age Measure it Designed for
Benefit Of East and WOUld
Hy leacl Wire lo Kvcnliig Herald.
It'iiver. April II. The irrigation
conference hern today voter to re-
nimbler Ihe npproval given the
pending NcuiamlM llroiiward drain
age and flood prevent ud bill iiiNl
night, and then
ler on the table.
laid the entire mat-
The vote to recon-
aider wa nine to six. each nS tho
sixteen slntei, reprpaomed having one
The statt-a vollng for n reconBider
atlon were: Colorado, .Montana, Ne
vada, New Mexico, Oregon. Hoiith
I'ak'.ia, Ctah, Washli gioti and Wy
AKiilnst reconsideration: Arlgoiia,
California, Iduho, Kanaus, Nebraek.4
The effect of today's acilon was to
put the convention on record n re
tiiKliiK to endorse the diiiinage bl!
pending in eotiKresa,
Last nlKht a resolution presented
by the Cnlifornla delegation waa ml-
iptetl by the confer, n o, endorsing
ihe New lain! lull. Vh n IJie reaolu-
lion wit adopted til western gov el -nor
couiereiiee was In eeion in faii
othci pun of the capllol. At a se
tret session of the Kovcrnora i-oday
the uttuin "f Ihe irrigation coiifcr
t nee was reported and mot with In
When Ihe iir.Kiil'oii conference be
gan it work today the governor
were on bund, tioveinor Amnion of
Colorado set tiled Hit1 utloptlon of u
lule K U.111; rath H.Ue one vide In
ihe couiereiiee, then Hot t riior Kpry
ot l uiii took tin l..r and usked tor
: ii f. .riii.i 1 1 -ii as to tbe action of the
conference laxt nirfht.
Chairman Jones r. .ic the Califor
nia resolution, tiovetn n Fpry then
i.ttkcd f..- a recotiM.leru'.lon of tho
vole by which the resolution w.i
I'doptctl. Tluit open. .1 tho battle.
John Kuirwt itiher ..f Calif ..rnia, dc
l ntleil the ncilon of Ihe conference.
Then llovt rnor Carey took th i
tioiVrnor Cnny l.gan by say ma
that he did not believe Ihe confer
ence understood the provision of the
bill. He i.skcd that nil the delegates
who hail read the miasiire raise their
hands. A scattering showing of
band was made.
"Tluit bill would require ten year
before unylhlng could be perfected."
continued Governor Carey. "The
nieiiHiire make appropriation total
ing f too. OHO tioa unit not one un ci
fic appropriation hears upon the rec
lamation of Ihe urid land of this
"Mr. Chairman, havo you read the
hill?" he deliiHIldetl abruptly.
"1 have not," replied Andstant
Mr. Carey then moused floolge 11
Maxwell ( California of h.ivlnV
woikeil uK.tinsl the rei'iamatlon lull
when II was pond. tin In congress.
"Vou iicknowlediti .1, Mr. Maxwell,
that you represented the railroad
when they wire tiy.ng to dispose of
their strips of land." he added.
The Californian sprung to his feel.
"I can't permit thai Htutcniciu with
out salng that It is absolutely falxc,"
"Was it not a.1 reporttd?" dc
"I don't know whit waa reported."
letorted Maxwell, "but 1 hnow I m'v
er made such nn 10 k now leilr.incni ns
ou have chargctl "
Vigorous pouinlinit Mh the chair
mnn's gavel l.roiuibl the passage lo
a close, ami Governor Carey resumed
hla speech, lie ilccl.iroil that the
New land bill was not III Ihe Interest
or the west, but of the east uml
"I appeal lo our men today not t.i
cmbarraaa us when we are trying to
do something for Ihe west," he con
cluded. Mr. Maxwell then took Ihe floor
with n vigorous ilef.nso of himself
and the Newl.uitt Pol.
.'I'r.iler Hit provisions of thl mea
sure, the sum of Uuu.ntiO a jnir
lor ten years will be turned over dt
recily to the re. laiiiotlun serv Ice." he
Governor Amnion-: "I don't know
whither this bill Ih a good loll or a
bud bill, but I km. ' that t la not
within the province of thla confer
ence to endorse It- 1 don't wish to
condemn Ihe measiiie, but to simply
be silent on thl whole subject "
governor Hpry: "1 aire" with
Omrrnor Amnion. Kndorsement of
a in. ..Nine of this kind i n..t it part
of the work of i hi conference to ib.
I don e believe this ronlclt iicc Hlnoilil
be nuked to wash the linen of iny
Iher part of the conniry. There nr..
.'in. inch mniler to be conslilereil that
bear directly upon tile proHpfiiiy of
Ihe western states."
tlovenior i ul. lie: "Thene gi li"le
men from Calif.. rn. a, when the Ca
rey net committee's report was I. ting
ronsltleretl last night. threw cold
wnler on the few little things wo
i.re trying to get In the nnd states '
This btoiight a denial from the
Alter some further sparring n vole
m taken on the motion to reconsid
er. It wa niloplrii. Then f l lend of
Hie .Vox land bill nkcd a recess un
til 2 o't lot k before takiliK a vole on
n motion to lay the r nnltlcred Cnl-
ilorma resoluiion on lho luble. This
was votetl tb.wn.
A molion to lay on Ihe till. In then
wa pltNsed. The
oil llucc roll culls
lllle-lip (if Klale
wa the same.
ui:v act niMiimn:
l'HIl :TH M W HI 11 lit r
The commute on Carey utt prol-
,eci prepared n fresh report In place
jot the one which failed of adoption
I by the conference laul night. The
I report embodied a combination of the
commit tee's orlsclnal ptan of pateni-
Ing Carey net land to the tatta nnd
the suggestion of A. A. Jones. iinsIhI-
biiI secretary of the Interior for the
government lo aid In these projects.
The resolution, which was submitted
'h.: "'"" f-iiows:
W herens, certain projects under
'h Cnn y act are uncompleted un.l
the stales have found il impossi! lo to
route their completion. Therefore,
be It resolved:
"First, that the Inn. I Included In
any of the Carey act project now
uncompleted mny be indented to the
state whenever Ihe scerelnrv of the
Interior I satisfied that such nitlon
i will Insure the completion of the
i project anil the protect!,, n of nil Ihe
rlht of seiller on muh project.
nnd on conditions that will guarantee
i-ii. h protection,
I "Heeonil, That
In all such project
where til" state declare Itself linillilo
to coniplele the pr.iject that tlie na
tional government proceed with the
completion of ihe project under
specinl appropriations or with tiny
other fund that may be or become
available nnd subject to such regula
tions us ihe secretary of the Interior
shall approve mid thai on completion
ol such projects Ihe national govern
ment shall extend aid to the settler
in making settlement on them."
At the opening the conference
M. V. KtisTlehiirt of Washington In
troduced the report of the Irrigation
district committee. The report rec-
j emmended the underwriting of li rl
gallon district bond by the grov-ern-mcni,
and the love. .(merit of postal
saving bank rim. Is In such bonds.
I The following resoluiion was Intro
'duoetl by Knit (Irunwnbl f.f penver.
nnd laid over for further consblern
I I ion :
"Ho It resolved by this Irrigation
. coiilt rcnee, assembled in lienver,
Colofndo. that Co gov.Tnoi of tuo
' public land slates b requeued to
.recommend to 'heir repee.lve slate
leglNlatlire 111 - t ie l-io n i f n (ievcl
opment fund. I i ue rtv.iK' nt ir. har
acter, where from actual .setllcr.t on
I Hie land, uml t t cgir it . n properly
J protectinaT anil jutfei:.iril.im the )irin
tlpal of the fund, may secure lorn:
time loan at low Interest rates for
the Improvement of their land, oil I
Hie purchase of livestock.
Famous Men to
(Hy loused Wlrr to Kvenlnf Herald.
Washington, April II. Many
prominent lawyern unci diplomat!!
have agreed to apx ur next week be
fore the senate cunals committee to
speak on Ihe repeal of the 1'anama
Joseph . Choate. former ambussn
dor to Kngland, who aided In tiegoti
iilniK the llav-r.iunctfote treaty;
llenrv While, who purticlpaled In the
ncot iat ion a chntuo of Hie eiubn
sy In I-oinloii, (sear H. Htrnus. Pr.
Ileiijaniin de Wheeler, lioruco
White, Crederlck N. Juilson or Hi.
I.oiil; Frederick W. ladiman, former
solicitor general; George I. llecord
of Jersey City, II. 1. Ilerget, presi
dent of the Aluiiuf.iclui'cr' uss.n la
in. n of Chicago uml William l;eed.
of Chicago ure among Ihe number.
AND CARGO ABANDONED
(Hy I-a sl Wlrr to I'vCnlnis Herald.
Ht. Thomas, 1 1. W. I., April 11-
Abandonment if the llritish steamtr
I'lottleii, which went asboie on April
Ath off llm tin. la Island, was de nied
totiay. The F.il ton of dynamite
forming part of Ihe cargo was saved
but the coal t,u tionrd was lost.
Tbe ship ofilccr uml crew me all
well uml will return to rienl shortly
with the exception of the cnpt nii. w li
remain at AlHliplea to give evidence
at the Inquiry Into Ihu wreck lo be
held by IJotly.
ABEREUF MAY GET
San Francisco, April 11. Hy
a decision today of the stum su
preme court Abraham liuef. for
mer political boss of Han Fran
clsi o, w ho la serving fourteen
years In the slate penitentiary
ul Han ucntin under eonviot ion
of having accepted brine, be
come eligible for immudi.ttc parole.
Democrats Look on with En
joyment While Tayne of
New York Forecasts Final
Services for Murdock
KANSAS MAN REFERS TO
A FUNERAL IN THE PAST
Considers His Impending De
mise Trivial to that Brought
to the Party by Stand Pat
(Hy I -cased Wire o Fvcnlng Herald.
Washington. April 11. Itepiibllcan
and 1'rtiKresjtiv e chldcd om another
to the great amusement of the lieino
crat in lho house today. (Icla)liia; the
legislative, exeoiitlvo ami Judicial ap
propriation bill. A row between Kep-
VHeiitallve Howard, 1 n i iocra t. of
(ieoiglii and Chairman FltftHcruld of
the appropriiitloiiM committee. In
which Howard assailed Fllst lald for
hi economy speech yesterday,
brought Uepiil.li.un la-n.lor Mann Into
the fray. He declared Flttgerald,
working to Mi I n to hold hla party to
ita pledges of economy, wa trying to
get support from Ihu I'mxressH in.
"Itut the Kepilblicaii and the re
gressive in this house and elsewhere,"
said Mr. Maun, "think together. Work
together aril vote together. in the
end we will gel logelher anil then
woe to you on the other side of the
house. W e have been having a fam
ily ipiarrel, but you belter keep out
"The gentleman from Illinois." In
terrupted I'mgiesslve Lender Mur
dock. "la rlk-ht. We will get together.
The ltepiil.il. an party w ill coma to
"The gentleman from Kansas," said
Hepressoitatlv I'fyna of New Turk,
"Is trying to make politi.ul capital
Tor what 1 loft of his party. He la
now running for lho somite from
Kansas, He know, he wo.iid be beat
en for the house In his district and
he I running for the senate because
he wants a PiKKer political funeral."
"(peaking of f uncials." retorted
Murdock. "doe Ihe lit-ntleinnn think
I am looking for a biuuer luiieral than
he liioiiuht Hie Kcptil.li.au party wnn
his lurifl bill'.'"
Speaker at Rotary Club Says
Public Forgets and Proceeds
to Give a Vivid Personal Il
lustration (fly lraaeej Wire, to K.venint; Herald.)
-Oakland. Oil , April II. V.
Iiwrence, an iiakland business man.
was talking lo the ltotury club of this
tlty about advertising
"If you want to get result," he
aid, "you must advertise continually.
The public forgets. Jnsl to prove this
to you. I w ill give a pi ire to any man
here who can tell too offhand who
wa President Tail's runiotig mule at
the lust election. I ll venture there
is not a man here who enn remember
die name, although II was a household
word With ail of us at the time."
The speaker paused While Ihe III1
men in Ihe room pondered.
Filially someone asked: "io you
know yourself who II was'"
laiwienie laughed. "I do not." he
admitted. "I Intended t.i call up one
of the new sp-.per today to llnd out.
but I forgot."
The tpieslioii remained unanswered
PRESIDENT HAS BRIGHT
DAY FOR OUTING
(llr l.ea-d Wire to Cvcnlng Herald
While Hulpiuir Spruits, V.'. V . .
April I I.--Ill iKbt sunshine and warm
lempt r.il ure Mooted I'rt sub nt Wil
son i In li be went golfing only to. lav.
lie arose before any ot tnt oin-i
Miosis ut Hie hotel w lore he I slop
ping and Willi 1 r.
lna attic, had tho
Sc. r t.iry McAdoo
doitlli'l puriy today
I' baiH.r Wilson, is
Cury T. lir.tyiou,
link to liiiuseli
Joined the pres.
Hi nunt'ee, M.sa
A dtspatt li telling ol the latest de
velopment ut Ttoiptco wa sent to
ihe rune occuplt .! by I'r. acP nt Wil
son, bul It I'ury T. Cravson. 1'. H.
V, said Ihe president declined to re
ceive it or discuss Mexican aff.i.i
or any other biiiiit-Hs while ht-ie.
r-M-kcr Ihm-s lo KcaBlib1.
Wasbington. April II Hpeakei
( lurk went today to Aliunde City for
Kasier Hiioday. Ilepiemnl.itue Hay
of Viigiliui was deignuletl utling
N UDURT 10
Seven Affidavits to be Present
ed to Court and Many Wit
nesses M?y Make Night Ses
"DAGO FRANK" SENDS A
NOTE TO GOVERNOR
Messenger Boy with Hyste
ricus Note Cornea into Court
Room and is Delayed, Dres
ner on the Stand
illy ImsfiI Wire, in Evening Herald.
Albany. N. V., April 11.
Hiiperinlendent John II. Itlley of
the slate pen prison department, e
returned from King Hlng prison
today bearing n statement from
"Hugo Frank" Clrollcl. He said
It was not a confession, hut he
refuwd to reveal anything about
Its contents until he had placed
it In the hands of the governor.
COI'HT C.IVF.S KIWI,
IIKAUIMi T (il'X-MKX
New York, April 11 Counsel for
ihn four gunmen doomed to din at
'ing Hing prison Monday for the mur
der of Herman I losenthul, made a
llnul plea tor their clients before Hll
prrme Court Justice John W. Guff,
lodny. The Justice, who had presided
nt the trial, agreed Inst night to Una
eleventh hour procedure on the rep
reaentatlon of counsel that new evi
dence had been discovered tending lo
show that the prlsonera were not the.
real tnnrderr-s. District Attorney
Whitman, rushing here from ChPngo,
appeared to oppose the motion for t
The hearing waa set for noon In
the Judge chambers, but was trans
ferred at Ihe last moment to the su
preme court proper. There was soma
delay In starting.
Charles G. F. Wahle, chief conmiel
for the prisoners, said that seven to w
allldavils had been obtained, but that
the signers of only three ut them
would be culled on to testify. Hi
milled that ull sorts and conditions ot
persons tiad volunteered various bus
of evidence; that counsel had run
.low it many of these stories only t
find a majority false.
Mysterious Yule, CoinCu n.
The proceedings w ere Interrupt!' I
here when Judge (luff ordered .-
young mun who delivered a note 1 1
li I in mopped before he could leave tna
room. The man ws placed on the
witness stand. He said he wag Gust i.'
Iteck, and that he had come to thn
court to deliver a note to K 11. M.
lirown, a rabbi who has been work I a;
In tho gunmen's behalf. Tlie note hml
been handed to him In Ihe hall of tho
court house, he explained. Thut waa
ull he knew about It.
Kuhhi llruwn, on the atand. said
that he hnd been working In Ihe gun
men's behalf at the request of seven!
rodetlc. Ho disclaimed all know
ledge of the mysterious note 'bo
young mun had delivered, and its con
tents were not made public ot the
time. The rabbi read It but said only,
"It Is a secret."
Carl liri-HHiivr. a bartender and
signer of an aflldavlt stating that he
had seen the now notorious Inform
er. Jink Hose, "Mrldgle" Webber,
Harry Vail. in und olbera speeding
awuv In tbe automobile from lho
telle of tlie Koacnthul murder Wis
called to the stand. The Indication
were that Ilia hearing would be pr l
Ir.o t. tl mid perhapa atretch Into a
II IK 11 t Session
l.ressner said that
or Jult i:l, 11.'. he
Fifiietli Mrci-t and
from 1 o'rtoek until
o lot k a. m Thi
before Ihe murder
on the morning
was standing at
shortly in-fore S
was three da
He said be saw
Hose, Webber and Vnllon In front or
i cafe and heard Kose urge Webber
mid Will. .ii to "put II over" on Itos
eiilhal. when the I it ler emergen rnuil
ihe place with his wire.
Coining down to the time if tn
murder, Hresner swore that he wss
si u in! I li s; on Cie slip of the F.lk
. Inn wl.l. Il la diagonally ucrn tho
street front tho hotel Metropole, when
be heard shot nnd then a gray car
raced by him through Koily-ihir.1
sireet Ham Heheppa wa on lho run
ning board .mil in the car ho sav
"HinUiti" Webber, Harry Vnllon and
Miaplro. Two other men were In t"
c. r, in id the witness, but they werj
not any of the gunmen now In Sluir
Hing. He laid he told I'ol.ct mun
Linos Keliy what be knew during the
week lie, ker was convicted.
liresner insisted that h had kept
still Pee u use bo bad been In fr.tr of
hi life. He had lost that fanr now,
he a. Ids. I
liutrl. t Attorney Whitnmn tried to
gel the Witness to tell just Who hit
wa nr raid would kill him. Dresner
said there were plenty of people In
New York to be afraid of. He i
unable, however, lo give any liuniea.