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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY, JULY G. 1914.
tiim EvrNiwn iieiiai.ii
Vol 4. Ml. in.
i word mom
Only Two Percent of Popula
tion in District Controlled
by Huerta Government Said
to Have Voted.
CARRANZA AND VILLA
Banquets Take Place of
Threats and Speakers Con
Chief as Near President.
Mexico City. July t. The return
c.f yesterday' election were not ob
tainable up l noon today. It wan
ascertained frotn official! quarter,
however, that only two per cent ot
I hi. population hail voted In the
state controlled ly the government
sm ix in kht.vh n mi ikx
HWH PltlllKNT UIIM
Weshthgton, July C. President
Wilson I .Jay refused lo comcmnl on
yesterday election In Mexico.
"I am afraid I am not In hla run
tidence," he said, when asked If h
knew anything alout tleneral lluer
ta'a ilana for leaving Milieu.
CAItlt.A WIX VICTOHY
IX MAI.TIIJ.O COM Kit t:CI.
fa I! II I. . Mexico. July 6. via Laredo.
July 1. The division f the north.
Vllla'a army, haa agreed to acknowl
edge the authority of ilencrnl Cnr
iiiiiu aa 'first chief." and (lenernl
Villa will remain commander of th
division of the north ca a result of
the conference In Torreon between
representatives of Villa held her.
The conference haa but beitun IU
Wotk. It aald, the two point
agreed on being the drat presented
'for consideration 1n an utiompt to
deal with the lirearh tM.lween their
chiefs, Thnl these flrat and import-
ant point were agreed nn with turn
little ilrlny haa caused a feeling her
'hat other points settling the dlffcr-
. a Is-twecn lieneral fairanxa and
Cenrral Villa will he decided Willi
Th H,lnl agreed on represented
i one esaioiix hy both sides. It was aa.d
llencrsl VI I In. according lo the news
lore, will withdraw his resignation
as commander of the northern dll
inn. (Icneral struma will with
draw his acceptance of the resigns -tion.
The division of the north, In
cluding Its fifteen generals, will re
Hfllrni their loyalty in I'arramtii aa
"first rhlef" of the constitutionalist
XII OIW't F Hilt HKPl.Y
I NT1I. Vll.l. IH l'Tt li:i
WnshlnKlon, July Jose Vascon
eel', one of the Consul ittlomillst
Junla. will enve lonicht for Maltillo
lo represent tu (Irneral 'arrant the
attitude of the I'nlted Ht.ilea on me
diation and plana for the rceutnp
lion of business In northern Mexico.
Itnfael uhnran laid no final an
swer hud rom from his chief rela
tive tu partit-lailn In the proposed
on Terence over peace pluna with Ihe
lluerta delegates. The opinion In
instil ullonulli-l ctrclea prevalent
here wsa that no answer Would come
until the conference at Torreon he
Iween adherents of Villa and far
rania was concluded.
Vll.l. KllrKSTIOI'H ON TIIK
VLArH 11 Kltl.M V MIX. I l
Kl Paso, Tex.. July (.The disposi
tion i.f several millions of ieaos In
iiHiituiionaiist nat paper over
Carraiixa and Villa aenis
have been dinugreeltis; here was un
eettled today. (irneral Villa tele-
raplied nn apparenily evasive an
wer lit the compUInt sent him yes
terday by Kolierto 1'eaiiulera. far
raiisjt'a confidential representative.
"Kvervthlim will be arranged sat
Isfaclorlly fur the food of the father
land and our cause." was all which
Villa aald In reference, to the mat
ter. ll-MtlTrXTION KXTKYOKO i
TO HVMS Al KWir.l:ltI.All
WashltiKlon, July . Tha aicree.
menl between Ihe United Xtatea and
(ireat lirllain tn protect mining
properties In Mexico will u ealend
d to Include Hpanlah and Hwiea
property. Mr. It is no. tha HpanUh
amhasaador. today asked Secretary
Hrvan to admit his country aa well
as Hwltserlnnd to tha compact.
This means that Oreat Itrltnln. the
t'mted Htates. tipaln and Hwitserland
will not support diplomallcally any
claims to Interests n mining prop
erty acipilred by their nationals sub
sen lie nt to January 1. IU. which
are affecied by cancellallona or con
flucatlon result ilia- from tha inability
of bona fide owners to meet obliga
tion because of military operations.
'4ititzt criMirxcY c.rsr
t lllt(.M WITM tMIIKZMvMKVT
Washington, July t. hantlugo 8.
Wlnlleld, an agent of the Mexican
ronalitutlonallst treasury department.
whs churged with emhersloinent In
warrant Issued here toiliiy and trans
mitted to th.t police at Kl tuito. Win
field wa th Car ran. Inspector
! the printing of 't.OOO.HiO peaoa In
constltutlonHllst currrnry. When he
shipped l to Kl I'hpo, ('arransa
agents here aeenred an Injunction
lo revent Its delivery lo him, con
tending he Intended to deliver II to
iln. The warrant followed: the In-
lunttlon proceedings still Is pending.
CAIIH, AN IMIKHIIH-M
fnltlllo, Mox.. July S. via Ijiredo.
Texas, July Henry Allen Tut.oer.
resident of the International tieme
forum, speaking today nt a hnnnuet
given lo Venustinno farransa. ny
K.iltillo clllsena. paid a tribute In
(lenernla Carrauxa and I'nlvln lion-
nles and aild he hoped soon lo con
gratulate Ocneral I'arranxu aa pres
ident of Mexico.
General Ciirmnsa, In a short ad
dress, mnile no mention of Present
conditions, confining himself to trlb-
ute. m Snltlllii nnd an outline ol
causes leading In Ihe revolution.
SPANISH ItrrrTt.KKS TtHR
III IA .K t'MtKII Ol It IIAO
Tnmplcn, Meg. July fi, via teredo.
Texaa. July C. American f'nnsul Mil
ler, acting aa ftpanlsh consul, today
waa Informed lhat a large number ol
Ppanlali refugees from Monterey and
other points north were coining here
to place themselves under his protec
tion until they could leave the coun
try. It la understood here that the
Kpanlxh government will send the
steamer Alfonso XIII. from Havana
to receive the refugee.
IIKAVY t'iniXCi HKPOTtTKn
K VICINITY OF t.l AYMXH
On flosrd I'. H. H. Pallfornla. Max-
allan. Mex., July S, by wlrtless via
Hi(n Diego, cl. July t. Heavy flr
tlllery firing was reported from
(luaymaa tonight. Iteporla that the
constitutionalists were preparing to
take the town have been current re
As a mark of courtesy the federal
gunbiMil tluerrero dressed ship yes
terday and Joined the American war
ships In firing the national salute.
FAMILY OF FOUR IS
WIPED OUT BY
Ghastly Slaughter of German
Laborer and Family in Blue
Island, Chicago Suburb Last
(lly 1rasrd U Ire m l-.ening Herald. 1
Chicago, July (. A family of four
w.ia wled out by blows from an uxe
In their home In tlv Herman settle
ment of Hlue Island, a suburb, last
night. The victims weift Jacob Nes
lesla, a (icrmiin laborer aged 72
years: his wife, '; their daughter,
axed 2! years, and the atti r's infant
Whether the butchery was the
work of h maniac or of n person
seeking revenge " not dlsilosed In
th flrat cursory Investigation.
It wo learned that the V ii"4
mt ther had been living away (torn
her hueband for a year and ef to t . to
find him were begun.
The murderer, according to llen)a
rrin Knltsh. chief of police of lllue
Ifcland, priM-eeded With greul .le'. ber
Nothing waa taken fror. the house.
It was the horn of a laborer and the
few trinkets the inmates boasted
were of slight value.
The crime w discovered hy Ja
cob Nesesla, Jr., a aon of the old
couple. He told the police hla sis
ter's husband's name was Hamilton.
This afternoon a corrected list ol
the victims wss given out as fo'l iv:
J.ieob Neaeali, 71 year old. Sired
Mr. Anna Neslesla, wife of Jacob
lcala. 1 yeara old.
Mr. Mai-th Mansfield, It year
old. daughter of
Two-year-old daughter of Mr.
Illoiidy finger print on the
handle wer photographed. Hearcn
wa Instituted for William Mansfield,
husband of Martha, who la alleged
lo have descried her a year ago. and
for Michael fherewlnkl. The latter
waa compelled lo vacate the Neslesla
house three weeks ago by th !and-
lord In order to make way for tne
new tenants. He I ld to have t-
lered threat against th landlord
Twenty-nine peraona hays been
murdered In the last three years In
Missouri, Kansns, Colorado. Iowa
and Illinois by mean of blow from
an axe. The details of most of all
the murders ar th am and In
moat casea were committed at night
while the victim lay asleep In their
heda, and In each Instunce th mur
derer e(t but alight clews.
A list of the o-culled "ax mur
II. Wayne, wlf and child nd
Mr. A. J. Hurnham and two chil
dren, t'olnrsdo Hprlnga. Colo., hep
William K. rnwon. wlf and
daughter, Moninoulh, III. October,
William Showman, wife and three
children. Ellsworth, Kan, October.
Itollln Hudson and wife, Panla,
Kan., June, It!.
J. II. Moore, four children and two
girl guests, Vllllsc. Iowa, June, lll-
Mrs. Mary t. Wilson and Sir,
fleet ge Moore, rulumbla. Mo., De
Jacob Nessla. hi Wlf. their
daughter and Ihe loiters Inlant
atchild, Chicago, III., July . Hit.
President Approves Amended
Jones Measure Giving Is
lands Far Greater Degree of
BORAH FORCES FIGHT
ON ISTHMIAN TREATIES
Declares Their Terms Stand
for Deception Fraud, Tyrra
ny and Corruption, and that
They are Otherwise Rotten.
(Ity lraeed -re RtmlM Herstd 1
WaBhliigton, July . President
Wilson and house leader have
agreed substantially on a bill grant
ing a larger measure of aelf-govern-menl
lo Ihe Klllplnoa. The president
told caller today that ho approved
tbe bill Introduced by Itepresenta
llve Jones of Yliglnln and modifieU
by the house Insular affair com
mittee, but made ll clear l.e did not
expect Ihe bill lo be pusxed by both
houses during the present session.
The preside..' and Representative
Jones conferred on the bill today and
afterward Mr. .lone said he plunned
to Introduce the measure thin week.
At described by Mr. Jones, Ihe bill
slon unci create an elective senate
No time will tie eel for Independence.
The bill will make c ertain classes of
residents clllsena of the Philippine
The voting privilege will be based on
certain property ciuuliflcations. The
right of maiiiiKinn the foreign affair
of Ihe islands will be reserved lo the
l lliled Stale.
IIOMAII TUTS IKillT TO
IIIM I H.S TltKVIY IX OPi:X
Washington, July . Kenalor Ho
es t. . liluhu today began u fight In
the senate lo for.e consideration of
the Colombian and Nlcnruguan
treaties In ..lien sc-ssloii. He present
ed u resolution also calling for Ihe
publication of all Investigation by
the foreign relations committee. H
was put over until toni.u row under
If 1 cannot get the consent of tne
senate to have hia Nlcaruguan treuty
considered tn the pen." said Senutor
Hunch. "I will be forced to disre
gard thn rules of the aenate. I have
not attended a slugle session of the
committee since th present hearings
began because I did not propose to
submit the results of my investiga
tion to the clamp of secrecy In com
mittee session. If the Nlcuncguan
treuty I brought out Into Iho open
It will die a II ought to die. I be
lieve It I the outgrowth ot decep
tion, misrepresentation, fraud, tyran
ny and corruption, and I'm prepared
lo show ll."
Senator llnrah declared Ihe treaty
was not being pegotlated with Ihe
people of Nicaragua or Ihe officers
Ihey have act up nnd elected, "but
with piipi'U we ourselves have et
up In their government."
Pnder tha rule Ihe resolution
went over until tomorrow.
A res'. lotion to investigate how the
secret doing o fthe committee gel
Into the newspaiier wa adopted.
xkw !ipi.oM.Tir itsvrs auk
KXKMPT PltOM IVII. hKKVH'I:
Washington. July . lly executive
order President Wilson today ex
empted from civil service examina
tion the fourteen commercial at
tachea authorised by the new legisla
tive appropriation bill. They are to
be attached lo embassies and lega
tions In riouth Americn and Kurope
for investigation and acceleration of
American trade abroad. fongress
lifter a long fight put them under
civil service against the recommend
ations of th administration.
JONKS Ill'PoitK KFXATK
Washington, Jul) . Tlonnus l.
June of I'hlcago. one of President
Wilson nominee for Ihe federal re
serve board, sppeurcd loduy before
th senate banking commltteo to an
swer Imiulrleg regarding his connec
tion with the so-called Harvester and
Mr. Jones declsred he became a
director of the International Harves
ter company nl Ihe request of Cyrus
II. McCormlck, a personal friend, and
had no great fliiuncutl Interest In it.
POLICE COURT TRIAL
Kd On mf, bell, lute of Kansas, re
sent th lir.putatlnn thu he pan
handles. Martin llvrnea tticked Kd
I up eslerday a aa leged vagrant.
and says he wa pa 'handling for
drinks. F.d Indignantly uleaded not
1 guilty this morning, and this after-
Boon at I o'clock be will get what
he deinanuB, lo wit. one full and fulr
trial bo f ore folic Judge George It.
fralg. Officer Itymes s.iv ramp
bell told him he had been one of
the Kansns harvest hands. but
couldn't stand the work.
BY UNITED STATES COURT
(Ity I .eased Wire lo Fretting? Herald. 1
lies Moines, la , July . Iowa's
so-cnilfd blue sky n", providing for
(he recol.il Ion nn.l supervision of In
vestment companies, was held uncon.
slllutlonai In a pur curiam opinion
handed down today by Walter I.
Hmith. I'nlted Hlales circuit Judge,
and Hmlili Mct'herson nd John t".
Pollock, I'nited ftates district Judges.
Although the measure Una al tack
ed nn live different grounds, Ihe
Judges cited only two specific In
stances wherein Ihe law la Invalid,
It offends against the commerce
clause of the federal constitution.
flranls privileges and Immunities
to titlxena of Iowa denied to clllxen
of other states.
The reiiiicst of the petitioner for
an Injunction m prevent W. It. Allen
secretary of state, and nenrge t'os
sen, attorney general, from enforcing
the law, la granted by the court.
Re-Organization Committee of
London and New York Capi
talists Bid in Stilwell Pro
motion for $6,000,000.
Wichita. Kiia., July . The Kan-
saa flty. Mexico and Orient railway '
waa sold here today for M.iiOl.fitiil lo
Hie re-organixiitioii committee repre
senting Ihe bondholders of the com
pany. The bid was made by A. M.
Wlcgwlre of New York. There were
nn other bids.
Kdward Dickson Will bo president
of the new compnny.
Application for the receivership nl
Ihe Kansns City, Mexico nnd Orient
railway whl-h the federal"-court or
dered lo he sold here today to a re
crgiinlxiitlnn committee of New York
and Iondun capitalist was made be
fore Judge John . Pollock In the
federal rouri in Kan.i t'lty, Kn.,
March 1, 1912.
Klevcn receivers were appointed tn , m..r than two delegates,
toko over the company' affnlra in 1 This action gave the ndmlnlatra
Knnsas, Oklahoma nnd Texas. Im-1 1n degree of power that had not
mediately afterward the holders ol ! tH.,.n counted in Ha favor and caused
the company's tocks and bonds he- c nstcrnatlun among the delegates
n work nn plans for the re-flnunc-1 frm southern states who urc sup-
ing and reorganisation or tne r.mn
and 1 1',. noa. C(,il of Kuropenn catiltal
was raised for the purpose of finish
ing the road nnd pulling It Into op
eration from Kanms t'lty lo the Pa
rifle const of Mexico
On April 27 last, Jndrfe Pollock'
Having oeen inrornien ine re - organ -
Ixatlon committee had completed lis
plan for the rehabilitation of the
Orient, ordered Its sale for an amount
not under f ft.nuo.ooo.
Colonel to be in New York
Wednesday to Make Effort
to Get a Line up for State
Dy U-aawtl Wire to Kerning Herald 1
Oynler Hay. N. V., July . Colonel
Itooaevclt today announced he would
go to New Vork WedneHdny and vlsll
Progressive national headipiuiier t"
cooler with New Vork slate leadei-g.
At till meeting another effort will be
made to decide on th- party pro
gram in this stale. AMer Wednes
day Colonel Itoosevell peels to see
more visitors ut home than he hus
done recently, although adhering to
his rulo tu receive no one except by
It wua leu riled that al Wednesday's
conference the name of Justice um
uel K. Heabury of the New Vork su
preme court will be ptesenled aa a
possible nomine lor I'mied Mute
senator. It la understood that Ihn
proposed nomination for th office ot
Oscur Htraua. Progressiva candidate
for governor In I HI.', had been
dropped beca'la Vt. Hi ecus' position
la ut varluucn with Ihul of Ihe Pro
gressive parly In regard to tit Pan
ama canal act.
IJtcin titla Dm tan.
London, July . Karon tAicaa, a
representative of the government,
formully announced in the mu of
lorda today that Upton. Limited,
had been removed from ihe list of
contractors fir the Imluh army
This atep waa taken aa a consequence
of the recent s smlal in connection
with army canteen contract fr
which several army ufucera and ci
vilian employee of Llpt' o'o. Limited,
weie convicted mi charge of receiv
IUJ and giving btlbca.
GO Oil JOB
President Swain of National
Puts Whole i Success of
School Work on Teacher's
HOT FIGHT STARTS
FOR THE PRESIDENCY
Women Favor Southern Man
Because He is Their Advo
cate. Carnegie May Give
Hundred Million for Libra
ries. fllf liraned Wire lo evening Herald. 1
HI. Paul, Minn., July Cilv-
en u cultivated, trained leather
of sound mind and body, who
goes lo work ut peace with tlod
und man, the school will be thu
best place ill the world for the
growth of thu child In practical
rlghteoiiMicHM and American ill-
This was the declaration of
Joseph Hwaln, president of
Kwuribmore college ti-id pregl-
dent of the. National Klucatlon-
nl iissiM-iiition. nt the first gen-
eral ses-lnn of the assoelnl ion a
annual convention nere lou.iy. w
Th Wll (1ev d princl-
A . . ..,.ui f ,
I ncher's relations lo American
lVII STAUIl JoltlilS
m:iw nut pitr.sinr.xT
Ht. Paul. July . Adherents of Dr.
T'uvld Xlarr Jordan, of leland-Klan-ford
university, candidule for th
presidency c.f the National Kducallc.n
association, were given new hope to
day when It waa announced that
President Hwain would have the pow
er to i. ppolnt members of the nom
inating com nit' -e lo represent any
slain from which there were present
porting Professor lmvld n. Johnson
of Itockhlll, H. C. Interest In the
campaign conducted by the friends
of the two candidate was nt fever
heat, and the election tonight (
members of the nominating commit
r,.prrlM.n,lnB ,,, various states
1 nn tHKTy awaited.
Women nitiilo their np'earanc-e In
the cumpiilgn loduy, some of them
openly declaring lhat they were not
In favor of Professor Johnson a eleP
tloil because he did n fairly dis
crimlnato lietween men and women
Th convention got well under way
tnday, several departmental meetings
being held In addition to a general
session which was given over prin
cipally to a discussion of a teacher's
relation to American cltlxenshlp.
Andrew Carnegie may contribute
11 00. Olio, urn) to build libraries In
country districts, according lo an In
timation thrown out by Philander P.
fluxion, I'nlted Htates commissioner
of education, today,
Mr. Claxton said he had talked the
matter over with Mr. Carnegie and
although he had not Ihe authority
lo say Mr. Carnegie wll don ,e th"
sum dealred. the matter wn ..oil re
ceived by Ihe steel magnate.
Iilseusslon of the library cpiesllon
came up t a meeting of slate su
perintendent, nt which Mr. Claxton
presided. The commissioner" udvn
rate the system of central county li
braries with several branches from
eu.h. He Is confident the Carnegie
millions will result tn successfully
currying out the plan.
A federal bureau of education with
a portfolio In Ihe prcsldenTa cabinet
and th adoption of uniform stan
dards lo determine Ihe ipiallf l.ationa
of teachers. superintendent und
members c.f school boards were rec
ommended, by .. K. (tc.buer. super
intendent of public schools c.f Ish
peiulng, Mich, at a meeting of the
nutloiiul council. The proopsal w
Josephine I Preston. Olyinpla.
Wash., state superintendent ol public
Instruction of Washington, who I',
the discussion of 'HarmonMing of
Vocational and Industrial Training."
declared the new platform of educa
tion In Ihe Cnited Stutea called for a
readjustment of the cutIciiIuiii t"
prevent thousand of pupil from
limiting school before liiey reach
high school. lho declared Ihe iie
system must not deprive th ten per
cent of Ihe school population ol o
classical education, but It must bu a
system thai V ill lit the ku per cent
to do the world work ef ilclenl ly.
All pupils should be especially edu
acted for cltlxensMp, she said.
I1Iim Kay Mule Hanger.
Wasniuxton, July J Kurgeon
(leneral IHiiu of the public b'liltl
service today Mtlviwd the treasury
dvpurt.-iieiit that III bubonic) plague
situation In New Orleans does not
Justify Ihe iiuarantlne Imposed by
t'osl.i Itlcn and Honduras and thai
commerce itiny ! rrr-'lilied linme'll
ntely with s.ifety.
Incrcnwd to Half Million.
Washington, Ju;y .- --Appropriation
for a government building at the
Hun Kranciscii exposition was In
creased In IMMIOuo in ihe sundry
civil appropriation bill reported today
to the senate.
HisjiM Hob. In 1onl.
London. Julv t The houen cf
Inrdx today passed by 271 to 10 Ihe
second reading of he bill t amend
Ihe Irish home rule bill.
TO BEAT LAW
First National of Uniontown,
Penna., Disburses Surplus of
$1,650,000 to Avoid Taking
Federal Bank Stock.
lly traseel U'lrv to I'vei-.tng Herald.
I'nlonlown, Pit., July A. In order
lo avoid subscribing for stock In the
regional reserve bi.nl;, under the new
currency system. In excess of its own
capital stock, the first National bank
of I'hlontown today declared n divi
dend of 7 mi per cent. The capital ol
Ihe bank is 1 1 CMi.ooO nnd Us surplus
before tbe dividend was 1 1.6'iO.MUU.
t'nder the law national bank a are
loinpelleil In Invest six per cent of
their capital nnd surplus in regional
reserve bank se-'urlllea.
Trustees, in Order to Provide
for Fresh Contingent at Ox
ford Each Year Change
Manner of Selectior,
'.fly lieaseOt fVtrw to fwning Herald.)
London. July With the ot.ject
of giving to Oxford university n new
coiiiliiK.nl of American student
every year, the l.hodes trustees lo
duy unuounceil n change in thu meth
od of electing scholar. Instead ut
ns hitherto choosing from forty-eight
Mules in two consecutive years ate
skipping Iho third year, the scholars
wli be chosen yearly In future from
two-thirds t Ihe states.
The sixteen slates to be onillted
nt the ljtltl examination are Arixouii
liehiwiire, Florida, Idaho, Ixiuisinna.
Montana, Nevada. New Mexico,
North Carolina, North li.ikotu, Okla
homa, Houih Carolina, South Hakota,
I'tiih, West Virginia and Wyoming.
Krone those sluice scholars will be
selected in 1 S 1 7. when another group
of sixteen alutes will be emitted.
Norway Will Take Part.
Christlicnu. Norway, July t. The
Norwenlun paliinnient today voted an
approbation of 137.000 to rover the
expenses of the Norwegian ofllcial
exhibit al Ihe Pnniiiiin-Paclfle exposl
lion nt Hun rrunciscu and a further
nr,,iMMI rr the dispatch of a Nor
wegian croiM. r to represent the na
tion al the opening of the Panama
f lilcagiNMi MIiiIhIit to NuinPii.
w asiiongtuii, July t. Iru N. Mor
ris of Chicago was nominated today
by President Wilson for minister to
NO RHODES SCHOLAR
No-Readers of Advertising Do Not Bay
Inferior Goods for the Sak
of Securing Price Redactions
There's a mistaken idea, held by some people, that
the readers of "ads." who buy goods in the light of
facts gleaned from their ad -reading, are lured by mere
claims of "price reduction," etc. And that these peo
ple, in pursuit of bargains, are the victims of manipulat
ed prices, and of substituted goods.
The answer to that idea is this: That people who
read the "ads" become BETTER INFORMED ABOUT
GOODS. PRICES AND VALUES THAN AilE NON
READERS OF "ADS." They are never "lured' by a
mere price attraction, for they KNOW VALUES.' And
the merchants "know that they know." Of course, in
this city, the merchants are high-minded business men,
who would scorn tj make a PRETENSE of VALUE
GIVING . ANY MERCHANT WHO FAILED TO BE
, FRANK AND CANDID IN HIS ADVERTISEMENT "
WOULD SOON HAVE TO GO OUT OF BUSINESS-for
he would get no patronage at all from the readers of
"ads." ' "M'iTl,
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NET SEEMS TO
III Oil K
Was Seen to Enter Husband's
Office and Answer Tele
phone Just Before the Mys
terious Shooting Occurred.
CARMAN S DOUBLE ALSO
OBJECT OF MURDERER
Friend Said to Resemble Doc
tor Shot at by Unknown
Man as he Whizzed by in
Motor. Revolver Bullets
ny iMcaard Wire lo ,vnng net-aid)
rreepori, . Y., July . The In
quest Into th death of Mr. Louisa
llailey, wife of a New York manu
fucliirer, who wa shot and killed
last Tuesday night while III consul
talion with !h Kdwln Carman, a
ploinlnent Kreepurt physician, III hi
office, wns resumed today.
AsxlHtant Iiislrlct Attorney Week
exhibited an unopened hog of M-ral-
Iber revolver curtr.dges, which ha
said ho had found in the sltle of th
Curmuii home. Dr. Carman told
him, said Week, that he did dot
know how Iho cartridges came lo bej
in his home. A lli-caliber bullet
killed Mrs. 1 .alley.
Tho first wit nes called today wa
Cello, Coleman, a negro maid In Ihn
Carman house. Fne began her lory
by telling who was at the dinner
table on Tuesduy night. The wil
lies said Mrs. Carman Complained
of having a headache and auld aha
wan going upstairs.
Hhe admitted having talked with
tleorgo Ivy, Mrs. Carman'a attorney,
Ihe morning after the murder. Hh
insisted Ihut no one else wa present
ni the conference.
Tho district attorney then asked If
sho hud not told him previously that
Mrs. Carman was present. The wit
nens aald she did not remember.
W. J. H'lff. tr., of Lynhrook. near
here, who strongly resembles Dr.
Carman and drives nn automobile nt
the same type, reported to the Kree
purt police thnl early thin morning.
while driving hla machine n"l fr
from where Dr. Carman waa fired on
last night, a man standing beside th
toad fired one shot at him. llaff la
a friend of Dr. Carman.
Mr. Jennie uiiryen. mother ot
Mrs. Kiiilcy. testified her daughter
had been complaining of feeling bad
and that It wag she who urged her
to go to a doctor, William D. Halley,
husband of Ihe murdered woman,
said his wife had not complained to
him of feeling III and waa not awara
that she ever knew of Dr. Carman.
Mis Haxel Combs aald ah arrived
nt Dr. Carman'a nous about T
o'clock and si Mr. Carman walk
Ing around the house and saw her
admit a man patient (Holder) and go
Into Dr. Carman' office to answer
the telephone, before tha doctor
came out of tha dining room.
Mrs. Carman denied on th stand
she ever entered her husband' office
since she aaw Mrs. Variance, tha
nurse, kiss him.
Charle Anderson, a negro youth,
testified that n he wa passing tha
Carman houje about I o'clock last
Tuesday night he heard a report ha
thought wn caused by a firecracker.
He looked In the yard and saw a man
running toward the hark fence. Tha
tnnn Jumped over Ihe fence and An
derson later aaw him emerge from an
ulley In the next street.