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eVWrWraBirVWa VS.,.
STuncNKcrnzuf,
. No. .
AllUQITEaQTJE, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1914.
OUR
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Vil. 4. no int.
IT WILL ISSUE FOR
ARREST OF ELF ECO BACA
OfJ CHARGEJF LIBEL
Candidate for Republican Nomination Assumes Responsibility
for Article Publication of Which in La Opinion Pub
lica Three Employe, are Bound Over to Grand Jury at
Los Lunas this Morning After Waiving Examination.
EDITORS HELD IN JAIL FOR $1,000
BOHO EACH. WHICH WILL EE FURNISHED;
WARHAHT FDR BACA HERE TONIGHT
Owner of Spanish Newspaper in Sensational Statement As
serts Belief that Solomon Luna was Killed Although
Denying Having Sought to Place Responsibility. Con.
viction on Libel Charge May Mean Penitentiary Sen
tence, Heavy Fine or bv.th
warrant lr tlx nrris.1 of
Uli'Hii llaia n a charge af
rlmli.a ltl. alinllnr In tlial
rrnrreil attaint I hi- I hrt-e rm
i"o of la a'a iw-wiarr, t
opinion Inihllca, last iiuilu. anl
inuh-r wlihli. alter waiving ex
amination, Hm Hirer mrn wrrr
iMMiihl over In Um Vah'm'la itiun
t grand Jury tlila morning al
I im. l.onais will las Isauieil al lam
I una tlila afternoon anil Mev ill
n llai-a hree following Hm ir
rival of I In- r veiling train fmiM
laiiwa.
Tlil Information wan ti-iV-ImimsI
In IIm Ktcnlng Herald
tlila afiemiMBji following I Ik
fmtmltnKnl of Ilie Hirer rm
Intra of l jrtnHn I'uhtli tt.
Mttdlng I lie furnishing of bond
i.r tl.lMM rasn, whh Ii la iM-ln
arranged bjr llaia.
Iaa. In a formal statement
eivett out Mh BHurnlnc. aaaunwd
miamxtMllly fnr th aniilrw In
hot n-w-NMrT. Im Otdnlou !"
Ila. m which I Ik- libel i-tiarcra
arr haarri. anil reiterate! his as-M-nlim
of hla lH-flff Ilia Ho
le I e saiHrnmn I. una wan miir
ihfed. although lie denies, liav
I ok alli-niirtml in fix the rspii
Unlit hf Infr-reiice or ntlw-rwr-.
Intimations lliat i-rlmlnal
Ion might In- Iw-snin aaniti-4
llaia ami Ills nowpai-r an Ihr
rvnitlt of I he piild a I Ion imi Jiinr
21 ami July I. hy nw-mln-ra of
llw I. una family. rn iiHitainrsI
In iIIsmii Iw lo ihr l:culng Her
all laM Salnrilat, lull imi ai t Ion
wan taken until Ia- night, when
warrant wrri- Im-oukIiI Ixtt h
lfiHla roiimi iliilr NlM-rlff
ami horvnl on luan unian.
I - Ilrro ami Kniila Tii I ton.
iilllo. hwm of I Hil.n
IMiMI. a.
IWmmI waa fiirnlnlM-il lijr tin.
ihrif mil ami al I im 1 .11 imi ihl
mornlnK lim arralgiHil hrfurv
JiMIrr of llw l'rar 4fn f.alh
. tin llirn- waltml rmailna.
Ion anil m hHil to tlm annul
Jury In SI.IMMI hml iwli. Thry
filairil In tin alcm'ia
on 1111; Jail, hut II wax a-iM-tt-il
NiikI wrotilil lr f lirnlaliiil Im-Ioip
pucnluv. llai'a'H awmniiilon of
mMnlliliy for llw artk im
antni-uiliml of would niilt. It
wan htali'il ili-flnlli-l, iihmi mu
a of a warrant for hint on thr
aanw 1 Itartii'. Thr Mmilnlnlng
wHimi-ii In all Hit iaw It r ilu.
arihi M. Oirro, iM-ilm nf ilw
lair Mr. I. una. nnr ikr liU liHm
anil llw- manager of Hit- liugi
I. una -tH-i iuiTrt In Vaw-iHia
ami htMiirrti futlnllra for )ran
aM.
Il la Im-IiI that tin- arti U-m
fmlaiml of ami fMilillHhafi In
la Opinion lalilla ihm o.ily
hargr llyit r. Luna waa mur
ilml hut 1 liarar l Inui-nilai Ilia I
n'lallti-B wi-rr gnllt -f ihr mur-ib-r.
ffinilnal tila-l In New Mrihn
la iHinMialili- Hv a lu-air flno. by
lnirlMiinM'iit In Ihr alalr Miil-ti-nilary
at tin- iIIm n-ilon of ihr
i mirt. or hotli mui h Itm- and Im
IxlMinmml. linUtr A. Mann I tan hn-n rr
taini'il hy r il. M. Mito. to imlM
Hit atatr In Ihr irtM-'ulliHi. ami
! al ! l.uiutH toilav.
Ilaa ami I In' llirif I liilnlon
Piilmia rmployra arr mnwM
ril at lU l.unaa liy Mmli-Rto
Nil.
AKII t.IN. IM)Ml
1lt IIIH UlltKi: r MI'MtYKM
Word nai tvli-inrnit to Ktni
Hara ihla morning by Mo
di'ulo ) I'rtlr thai Ju.n Dm
man, Luia Tlrrr and ftanln Crua Hon
qiilllo, arrralpil yralrluy on a III"')
ihurgr aworn out In Vali-nila coun
ty by Kiluardo Oirro, hud waived ri
amlnalion and rr h-Id In Sl.noo
bonda alri for th grand jury. The
rbarga - baard on Ihr luiMlrution
nl arili'la In La l)lion fubtlra. Mr.
Kara Hpanlah ilally. rrfrrring lo tha
dm in of Moloimin Luna. Tha ihr
mm. who ara I ha Irfanra of Ihr pa
per, wrra arrratrd hi-ta laat avnilna
by Mhcrirr Jaramlllo of Vali-nrla
county anil lakin la La l.unaa.
Itai a at on t movrd in behalf of
tha (hie ptlaoocia. Ha prtKurvd
bonda of ll.t'DO aiMiMi- fur t a-pi-atunir
thin morning, and anviimi'd
rrHn.nmllllty for 'ir artbli-a rnin-
lined of, whhh appeared June 2'i
11 nd July I.
The thie' iriNonera Here 11 rra tun
ed tbla limrnilm lnf"'ie Juntiie I ! 1 -
leiioa lii l.oa Luna Throuah
dotito V. rtlx. thi'ir roiuiHi-l.
waived exiuninnll.iii and were
for Hie graml Jury l!ai anld
a Noon aa iirtnt 1-011I1I motor ba
Mo
Ihey held
Hint
k !
town arm momenta would l
inmlu
for I he bond.
! IX Ma)IML KT TKM r.'XT
TIIINHH UNA WAN Ml IIIH IlKK
Mr. llaia madr Ihr following atnte
ment lo a Herald reporter thin
morning-
f'Kolotnon Luna waa my roimin.
The atili'li-a In La 'pinion Puhllra
were written hy me and I onlend
that there U no lllivl In cither of
them They dm not give any name
nr ura any language, or point out
direiily or Indirei-tly who waa tha
pally who killed Mr. Luna. If ho waa
killed.
"Tha raae aguitift Ih'ai- partleg
alinply nprua the doora for the at ill r
authorities to lnrtignte. and after
Inreful Invent gallon hy i-ompelent
deleitnea 1 am ea I lulled that thr
woild will know that holoinon Luna
did not fill In the vat. but that hv
wan killed.
"There are many aurroundlng clr-
riimatiitue of wblih InveMigallon
wiia not made al the lime hy the rel
ative There tan'l a delertlve who
linn looked Into Mr. LuniiV i-aaa I hut
ili-en not fi el the mime aa I do; that
Mr Luna waa murdered. There are
many aurroundlng Iri'iinmtanrra I h it
ttlll imivlnre any pelaon of r Matin
iiiile uiideratiiniling (hut Mr. Luna
waa killed and thai an:iot he men
tioned In an open letter or un Inter
view for publli-ation. ha-iauae II will
almply Invite libel aillon. The nu
tboritlea. nnd deteitlvea like Fred
Fonioff and nthera, roiild eaallv In-
-
WITNESS TELLS OF STRANGE
THREAT TO KILL PH. Hill
Two Years Agj Woman Member of Motor Boat Party Made
Violent Effort to Take Life! of Freeport Physician Who
She Screamed Had Ruined Her Husband and Herself.
Mrs. Carman Stands by Her Orignal Story.
fit j lira and War lo Rwalnc Herald. J
Kireporl. V V, July ". I'rlvata
and county ili-te I u ea 1 it limed to
day their luvretiK.iiion of Ihr murder
of Mrs l.niiike Ituilry, who waa ahot
while In thr otttre of I Jr. Kdwln
Carman The lntueat into the mur
der, adjourned yet id.iy. la lo lie
reaiimed tomorrow, provided the
mutter la not lukru out of Ihr tor-oiu-r'a
ha nd a b the grandv)ury.
I'r i'arman aald today ho wel
comed the nl rival l.iat night of the
head of thr nilmnul il'tevlie ageny
and hi men
"If the i-ounly had nut hind thl
man I would hava done an whin the
Imiiirat waa cone lulled." he aald.
"Curing thr Intel view thla man an J
hla ailbordiuatra lime held with my
wife they did their beat, jual aa the
lounty aulhoriiiea did. to make her
change her atoiy. I believe uha has
lold the whole truth. Thr detective
chief la welcome at nur houae any
time I hope he van find the prraon
whu murdered Mra. Ha I ley and I will
give him all the help I poaalbly tan.''
TKLlJ or nTIIAXr.K TIIIIKT
T KII4. IHI. 4'AHM A
I'hlladrlphla. July 7 John Howe
of thla lty. who waa reported m
have telephoned lld Kennedy of
Kieeport that a woman with whom
Howe waa t-rulelng had threatened to
kill lr. I'arman, waa found here to
day and ionfiri..e'i the alory told by
Lr I'arman to drlacllvei.
Howe, who lg In buaineaa her, Mia
vetigrtte that In behalf of the elate
and for Ihr good of thr public, ao
that either fine would Im autialleil of
I lie dilating aurroundlng ilrcuin
lancea of Mr. Luna death.
"The arrest of Ihene three pron
will not alop tie from aiiylng whnt
we really think la Ihr truth. We
can be put In jail aa many lime an
I hey want to put 11a, but wr w ill con
tinue lo writ whut We Ihitik about
Ihia propiw.it it. n. Mr. Luna waa tuo
Important a man to he forgotten ao
eaily.
"Invratlgation of t h In mar ahould
be welcomed by nil law-abiding rill
lens I peraoiuillv do not know who
lo chnigr. I think, however, that
the niithorillrg ehotild InvrHtigate
thoroughly. I am nut anklng for 11
peculiar proi reding. Such Investiga
tion are Hindu all over the t'nmd
Stutea. I do not 8ev why It la not
dour In Ihi cue.
"Something im aaid l.i the morn
ing aper lo the effect thiit the aril
lug paper lo the cited that I he arti
printed for political purpuae The
Journal iiiuet have been mlninrorm
rd. At thr tune of Mr. I.un.i death
l- idnioi rublli a look the name
Mand regarding the need of IuvchIi-
glltloli."
TIIK TWO I'l '111.11 ATIONS ON
WHICH ttOU'LAINr H IIASK'H
The publicnlioiia In lat opinion
I'ublu a, upon which compliiint
Mguliuit lluca and hi nipoye l-
bawd were publiehed on June i ami
July I. and are a follow , aa truua
lated from the tpaiilh:
"With profound puin and our
In-art Ml'd with orrow upon mak
ing a 11-iord of the ami lutu thai
overtook tliu person hinni photo
graph we are publiahlng today, we
inh lo ailviac- the public and more
o the lU'publn una Hint at the nice I -lug
of the i-inlral committee held in
the Capital City on Haluidiiy. th
"th lam, we noted the vacant at
Unit oughi to huve been occupied b
one of the moat prominent Iwpubli
tan in poliiicnl ciicIck. Hon. rlolo
nmn Luna. And whun all there pre
n,t begun lo note tluil epuctuile, thul
In ought to mind the bluer tliouKhla.
the commenced lo apeak, but in v
iret. and all tnrough the houu you
could hear II mui mured with hnlf
opeuud lip, thai they were w 111K
komething about the rbiiuni'v o( our
political friend, one o( the thliiga
that wa heard fount wu. 'Holoinon
Luna did not full accidentally Into
thul receptacle of wutvr that aerved
to dip eheep; they put him there In
aald val.' 'I I. I - It waa aaid and In
aad truth, that the neart of km to
Uch a prominent Pvraon have 111.
made any effort lo make a act ret
Investigation thiuugh Ihu gocd if
flces of detective, us ha bien done
In other cawii but according to ru
mora. It aeernn a though an Invratl
gallon will be started lo bring to
light auth a and ending, and when
such a thing has been done and
ianeed, we will have under ionider
141 Ion one of the 11101 scaudulou
Ihlngs ever brought 10 our eye."
The above wa run under a pic
ture of Mr. Lunu. The article pub
lished on July I folluws a irinuluud
lllerall (1-.1111 the rpamah:
some Kill their wive and others
am their uncles, no thul they muy
retain their Inlerems. Krom there
on they begin to pay homage to Hi"
Judges by giving them meal, ami
looking lo district iittornev so lliit
thing muy renin in in alienee, cith
ers kill (heir father for money 111
tere1. And there la hardly a du.v
paea but that Wu ee In the pupi-i
storir of the blai keat crime thai,
human being could Imagine. Koine
are discovered through Mlvlne I'rnv
Idence putting some medium so thul
(I'nntlnmM nn I'an Two.)
iriM.nririnnruijuHjuanjnj-ijxru'uxf
IhHt Btimmi-r before he Invited
a Freeport mini and hla wife to an
outing on Ire.it Couth Huv. L I . In
hla motor boat. H would not give
their name
"We landed at an Inland." Howe
aald, "nnd ran aroH fiuvid Kennedy
and I'r. Carman. I knew them both.
The moment we aaw them thr wom
an In our party acreamed and ran
back to the boat. Her huxliaud re
mained, aurprlaed 11 nd nonpluaacd by
hla wife' action. I ran lo the bout
after her. I found her on a eat In
h uteri. She wa acreaming: 'Thai
man ruined my huabaiid and ruined
nir. I am going lo kill him if II luke
a lifetime.' Hhe picked up a paper-
knife ahaped like a dagger and alurl-
ed In leave lilt- bout I caught hold
of her and kept her buck and naked
whom ahe mrant. Ir. Carman,' ehe
aald."
Howe aald the woman lefuaed to
explain her action When her hu
band ranie aboard the parly returned
lo Kteepoit.
"Neither one of I hem poke of the
Incident again. " aald Hoe. "1 did
nol try lo lind out the re eon for II
and never gave it another thought
until thla murder occurred. "
Howe aald he telephoned Kennedy
of the Incident and the latter recalled
it and aald he would notify the po
lice. Howe ala.1 aald he had a telephone
meeaaga from freeport today that
detective had gone to the woman a
bullae but did not fiud her at home.
CBfJFlBEI'JCE
111 lUdflEDfJ
SUDDENLY
No Explanation of Unexpected
Termination of Negotiations
Beween Carranza aaid Villa
Harmony Said to Prevail
MORE TROUBLE EXPECTED
"FROM GENERAL ANGELES
Juarez Fails to Reflect Peace
ful Tone of Report Oiven
Out at Headquarters. Lead
ers Still Quarrel.
fit I ma Bed Wir arrenTng flrraia.l
Torreon. Mexico. July 7. The Car.
miika-Villa conference rume lo a
cloae late luat nUbt. No statement
concerning It trnnaui'tiona wua Is
sued other than that the points un
der dlHciiHKloii hud been eeltled Mitls-ftn-torlly.
.MIHIK TO.NK Ol' TOHItrUrX
MrT HI.IT.MTl:n AT Jt Altr ,
Kl l'o. Texan. July T.--lleporl
of tho udden ending of trie confer
ence al Torrron. designed lo settle
the internal disagreement of the
conKtitutloniillst revoliillnnietK, wele
received with surprisr by olmervrr
here. Thr am liable lone of all
preaaons from the south was not re
flected ut this point, where Currun
and Villn agent still were in i-onlllct
over mutter iertalnlng to I'm r.inxn
.-urrency Issue which ha thrown the
revolutionist ounrrcl Into the Ameri
can court.
ttMtoMi. oi' r.tnj:f
MKUh Kl rrill.ll THOl HLi:
Waahlnglon. J 11. 7. Carramut'a
action In dlMmlamng (ienerin l-'elipr
Angeles from Ihu cnnatitutionaliHt
army, with It prospects of 11 not her
break with Villa, wu thn principal
tolc of dim-nxHlmi today among con
stitiitionallKt aui-iit here, churl" A.
OoiikIus. Hfiiernl Carranxa'a couiiHel.
dnv-liired openly that Angeles must
be removed from thr situation be
fore peace could he brought about
between t'nrrnnx.i anil Vlllu.
According to our peroiml mea.;ige
from Vlllu. received here today from
Torreon. dlfleren. e between himself
and Currunxa are being snliafui torilv
uilJiiMted. N,. mention was ininle of
t lenenil A ngi leu
I'ending the outcome of the Tor
reon conferein-ix CnrrniiK.r ngentH
coiilinueil their waiting for hi de
ciHioti hh tn the proposed conference
with lluellcn delegate Juan F
rriindi. c. ict.iiy of the ronHlitii-
tlonaliHi agency, who lecently stnrled
tor Mexico on 11 confident in I mlarion,
returned today. HI friend urged
him md to Join I'urraiixa beiause of
Ills avowed support of Vlllu.
m iioom:h hi vAiMHtr
Kl lKH II Y li iKIIU,S
San Kriiui-lw .. July 7. A wireless
niessuKe to Cniun Krederlck Jebsen
nf this iltv. owner of thr Mexican
n hooiier falv udorr. notified him
that the H.ilv.ol .re had been seised
by the tederul it t ilu.iyin.is 11 ml that
Sheriff l.lllieito Almeda wus loading
lier with hi own niercliundiae, aiip
poseilly consiBiie.l to Siilina ('nil. the
1'ai-iflc ti milium or the Tehutintepee
railway. Cuptain Jebsen Inlerpreta
the nieaniKe as Mrong evidence thul
the evacuation f liuuyma, often
predicted, i.mni'i be fur ilistitnt.
AsK STVI'i: ll I'AHTMI'.XT TO
imiiihm: run i'i.vim
New lledlotd. Mass., July ".--The
aid of the hi iir department in ob
taining the relc.-ie of Jiiun Vela n.
a wealthy cotton manufacturer, who
Is repotted t" held for ransom
by a baud ol ' 1 itlstus. wus Invoked
today by John I'., Kurnnna of this
city, I'niled Mtm.s representative of
the elnci fait. lies. riiinaiiM, In u
nieaaage to Seciotiiry Hryun, said
thul VeluHt-n w.. threatened with
torture 11 11 baa u ransom of una mil
lion pesos wiia 1 lid.
KT. l.llt inn ;l,s m
li: I IIKH AT I IHI ItTV
Wuahington. .1 ly 7.-iiln.ini eon
lirmiitioii of the lelciiw) of nt. I'l.ur
IioukIiis, the l.uglishmnn charged
with assisting 1 1 - federal and con
demned to deuib il Xacutecu by thn
constllutionalo-l. has reai hed the
state desitment The l iilleit Htste
made representation in his behalf.
roiTITI TIO l.HTw IHIIVr H
I( K AT I.I IVMtH
n Mould I. .4 K. Culirorniu. Mu
xallim. Meg., Jul.' t. by wireless via
Kan Ilego, Jiilv T In the ngnllng
yeatertlay outside oK litiaymua the
rnnstiiutionuliet were repulsed Willi
consldersblr loe. acroriling lo ad
vbe received hi federal headuuar
tera here. The federal gunboat i.urr
rero shelled the enemy's position
near t'rua de I'l-draa Thr federal
luaae are liven a eversl killed anil
0
ninny wounded. iSkli iiilslung contln.
uea today.
Hear Adiniriil Hownrd exi hansed
lodiiv ofhcini culls with lncl,,,,f
Ainex. un Liipus nt Mniu.ilan
The tleiinan cruiser Nueretiberg
returned to.l.iy to Maxutlun from
I'u ii. mui.
I'iSII Wlf.S OVER
RITCHIE ON
POIfJTS
HI I.I.LTIN.
I.0111I011. J(ll) 7t,..,
aTlK'" ihi'Isbiii o-r Hlli'tilc
INlllllH.
l'inloli. July ;.--(.-,,.,( w,.:, ,
llghlwelKbt chn.nploii l i:nKnd.
and Willie ltd' hie. hKbtweibt 1 ham.
plon of the woibl, are b.tttlmg f r
the worlds title In the great arena
of iilvmpl.i in the west end of Lon
don tonight. Al the end of the Iliu
leenth round the buttle Is about
even.
Father llottdler, un em IiiisIiihI i
advocate of the manly rt, officiated
us third man in Ihu ling
The betting Just nefot. the fm 'it
opened was 7 to 4 on Welch, lieurge
t'onsldine placing I '"On at those
odd.
WARBURG REFUSES
New York Financial Expert
Formally Request Presi
dent to Withdraw His Name
from Federal Reserve Board
Hy taHl Wire to Ttrnlng Herald. 1
Wusiiingtoii. July 7. I'nul M
Warburg of New Vork toduy formal
ly reilesled 1'reildent Wilson to
withdraw hla nomination to be a
meiulier of the federal reserve hoard.
The president will do so today.
Mr. Warburg, i
bunking, house of
member of the
Ku hn. Loeb and
oingtaiiy. was nominiiieii for a four-
yeur term. Whi n the senate banking
commiiice uegun examining person
ully nil the live
candidates nominal -
ed Mr. Warburg Indicated he did not
w ish In be iiii si loncd hy the com
mittee us a condition to take the ap
pointment. Toduy he lulled tho
White Houae office by telephone unit
requested the plesidetit to withdraw
III nomination.
There was no imlii utioii who the
president might choo., t rill the
pluco.
ntlllIAT SKH ltlU lti;
TO HI IINSIIII- ( TION
Wuslilniiloii. July 7 - Uiter. today
sir Win I. urn communicated with
nne noose officiuls. and In esidrnt I .
' '"" " H'li gram asking'
llllll ll.t r.-o..ul.l.. .1. ... . . I
irwisiiiorj bv
SENATE
; r .us u-. ooaiioii iii i ii 1111-1110 1 inai ne wu neiifven io oe
serve on the board. Senator Hit h- j insane and lifter two yeur wus re
cock of Hi., sen., i. bunaina co.nnn' . !,..,., I i,. il... f..l..r,. I bosioiul here.
nl. hunaing co.nnn'.
lee, about the same lime, received a
telegram rroiu li Warburg declin
ing to appear before the committee
FORTY TIMES
French People Offer Govern
ment Money Equal to More
Than the Entire National
Debt
(He Is -a serf Wle ln f- renin IferaM 1
I 'a i is. July i- -Although the Hank
of r'r.itice has not made any official
imnaiiin mni-nt il was reported on lh(
bourse tndav that the puidic had ut
plied for nmre than forty lllio- th-'
a iioiiut of the Issue niude today ol
IIHI.iiiiu.iiO' of the new government
I per er.t loan. If this sboiild
prove true, th appltcttoii have
amounted to more than the runic na
tion. i dcl.t of r'mnce
The lo.in on it udmisaioti to the
hours., today lumiedintelv lose from
J I the tic,, of the Issue, to ''I '.'.
Th K.ueiai nuirket did not re
spoil,) m ill put bet b ullv . a I usual
when government loa.is are o well
received, pi ohu lily be a use capital In
Frame Is innler the apprehension
that heavy special taxes ate like)
to lie I n posed
So gieat wus the tagetne of the
public and espe-.-.utly uiiioiir the
small Investor that crowd assem
bled at iluwn and formed line out
side Die Hunk of France and nthei
public off ne. where subs'il l ions
Were received.
As It wa known many people
would be disappointed bv md being
aide lo get part of the new Issue a
i oiiaidiAuhle trade ws driven In poll
ing position near the door Home
of Ihr placea sold for ss mm h a
from S cents to onr dollar.
The governmi n. as usual gae
prefereni a to persons desiring small
amounts.
HUGE FRENCH LOAN
OVERSUBSCRIBED
B L.?c K F 0 0 T
FREE fly
USUI
President Issues Unconditional
Tardon ta Mnn Who Has
Served 34 Years Behind Bars
for Murder.
BELIEVED KILLING
OCCURRED IN CANADA
Indian Bureau Starts Belated
Investigation Which Con
vinces of Innocence of Vic
tim in Strang: Case.
(Rr la aacd Wlro ui i:cnlnf nrrald
Wushington. July 7. After llilrty
four year behind the bur under life
sentence for murder. Spopee,
Ulic k foot hull. in. was uncondilioii.il
lv purdolied today by I'rcKldent WU
on. He will oe released ut once
from the federal hospital for the In
smie here In return to hi daughter
at Drowning. Merit , whom he ba not
seen sit.ir she whs a baby.
A party r.r Hluckfoot Indians.
Kiuhlseeins' In Washington months
ago, happened on .xpopee, grown gray
with hi long Inprisonment. They
established his tribal idenlll. by nn
Indian song, and one of Hie Inter
preteis rerognlxeil In Hpopee the
brn- if an old legend, who hud ill
nppenred a wore of years ago Into
some while man jail. Illuckfoot
mother hav been s'nglng theli
children to sleep with a ong about
him ever since.
I iff li hi Is nf the lndinn office, ad
vised of the discovery, begun an in-
veatlgutlon
which resulted In Ills
Pardon. I.
Kpotier was churged with the mur
der nf a white 'nun near tii.i Can-
1 sdian boundary north of the MmiliMia aularles for nrofrssors. whom he
Hi"- ' I thought by the rtepfirr -
meni or jiisncr nun me murner
was commuted In Canada and that
the tnrrltorinl court nf Montunu
1 which Hied him ut Krt llenton hud
no Jurisdiction. Moreover it Is now
believed that Spopee committed the
murder in self-defense e nnd nn
other Indian, Hood Ulder. asked s
white man for food. Their rco,uet
was denied and I lie whits man de
nounced Mpopee. finally assaulting
hint w ith an axe The Indian claim i ed for better snlurie and penalon for
lo have fired In self-defense nnd his j teachers, political Wolkeis of the
story I credited h the department National Kdilcstlon associntlon. the
of Justice. I nn n un I conference i.f which la In
After epopee's conviction SI Fori progress here, continued their uctiv.
Hi nlon nnd sentence to death he was'ltles today In a rnmpulkn for tha
removed lo the federal prison ut ' presidency, such a has never marked
Tort liivi'iiworth
While iiw-altlng'r
I'lltion the Indian maintained -
sol silence His conduct was bo i bcad iuarters w hen
... . ...... ' . -
where he ba been held u prisoner
for thirty-two years
Sfiopee Is rcsurded us nil iiilelllvent
Indian bv idivslcl.tn who hive
iinilneil him si ne the inoveiiieti' !'
obtain his release WUS bl-gllli
ConiiiilKsl.no r Sells of the Indian
office look the cuse up and arranged
toilav to send Hpopee bai k lo hi
people.
I
In Event of Attack on Amer
ican Troops by Rebellious
Huerta Soldiers it Would
not be Regarded as "Act of
War."
(11 Leased Wire Ut r a0J iinaiiL I
Wushiiiuiou. Julv 7 - Hi la.idiei i
ieiieiut Ki:uioii in u disputi Ii to tb
wui depiutiiient lodav ,oo:.i d re- I
ports of a mitliuv among iiciici.il
Hucttas fotii before the Amernaii
outpois at Velu l ril lienclal
Fiinston tcpoil.d tlie Mohan coio-
miiiidiT hud luforined Ii oi ot the up
rising and of threat of the mutineers
to tltlatk the Allietliiill line. If nil
ullit'-K sbo'.iid be made, in view of
the Mexican coitiiiiaiidor'c action in
nonliving c.eiierul Funeion, it would
not le l cul'. led a an 'alt.c k under
ordel s "
ileiieiul Kuiisioii also liifoimi'd the
w ar di p. ii I no ut that Mamie I'riv aiw
lleinrl.h Tbobe, who recently dis
appeuied. was wit hill Ihe Mexican
line and unharmed, but ave no de
tail. Illlgudn-r lie.iel.il Kuustou male
public today cople of the telegram
exi hanged last nigh' between the
American army headipiarlat and
Lieutenant t'oluuel Ixunia, lomniaiid
er of the alekb all federal uuiposts
ST 0
VERA
MltHHY
any SALARY
IS ENOUGH
Indifferrence to Intellectual
Effort and Achievement
Most vUrajring Charac
teristic of Our Time Says
5peake;
BIO ROW BREWING OVER
PRESIDENCY OF N. E. A.
Jordan Threateus to With
draw and Opponents of
Southern Man are Looking
for Candidate to Follow.
(n Inward V.Ti lo nrend.a. flarald
Ml. I'aul. Minn, Ju., ;. "Thr
Indilfeiencr of the public to all
forma of Intellectual efforta Is
the discouraging characteristic
of our time,'' declared Charles
W'llllum Online)'. president of
the I'nlverslly of Cincinnati, be
fore thr National Kilucatlon
association today.
"The rich man whu employs
a twenty-gve thousand dollar
luwer or a ten thousand dol
lar physician," Professor liil
ney said, "regard a 1 1, lino col
lege 'professor' a good enough
to train his son. Money making,
politics, spuria and plctu.e
hows arr holding the Interest of
the public. The teacher to the
ordinary man, la mere book
worm. He madr a pirn for Increased
1 termed flnriera . m. knowl.
a ada. and makara of
men.
rUKMHKNTI L MI'Hi
IM IIOTTI'JiT UN Hi:tOltl
't. Paul, July 7. While the com
mittee nn resolutions labored with
such questions aa aex hygiene, the
peace movement, a federal board of
education, and while Breakers plead
previous meeting of the association.
Surprise was created nt convention
friends of ir.
Imvld Htarr Jordan of Inland Stan
ford university announced that their
candidate would lnslt that hi na na
be withdrawn from the r' If a fight
were made In committee by support
er of lr II. H. Johnson, Hock IHU.
r. C, the chief opponent nt Dr. Jor
dan. N'o sooner hud Ihe possible wi'h.
drnwal of lir. Jortlon been announced
than ndtnlnlstrallnn supporteis sun
geated the presetilal ion of lb "
of In. James H. Hk-r. preside:!.
emerltiiB of Ihe stale university ot
Colorado a an eleventh hour eundi
dale to oppose Pr Johnon A hln
officer of the Boction Haled Ihil
uch a move might be eg peeled
Kpeukiug before thn kindergarten
section. I' I' Cluston. I'llltei' stales
commissioner of education. Bounded
it warnlrg to mothers who restrain
their thildrsn from ylavlng wnh
ot her
w horn
ll led
ihe n
ildren. parlb ularly ih's
im "b,id " H advo.
ITIsil big out of doo .1
.voiilerful klndergurteii in
eitsten. .
The . nu in of short course
tnd revision o. Ihe eurru ulum In the
ci.ininer.nl hii:h school of the co in
try wi re dei lnre.1 necessities f"r 'be
proper progress of modern b'lsiio
education bv F.ari J liable, be id ol
ihe cinuiieri lal department of Hug
hum -Young unlverll. 'rvo. I ih.
hefoir 'be department of bnsini M
vdiicitioii
In his diai.jt, h Imliia said
"A portion of mv In'mitty oittp.t
has revolted and J a . about In go
out to led'ne ihem I
Ihein tt order
The
.Mexican i oniin.ind.-i s i'd be
l o ne! II Kulis'o'l be. II use In
notified
O. site I
to prevent alarm among tne
Aniercan oulost in the event ot
the niuiinou troiipa seeking to eni.-r
the Ameiiii.n I'.ne. or ul sny a lion
on luring in their vii iity.
lieliertl Kunalon aasured Ihiiki
that the federal dseerters would
urrested pro ni'lly If the approa'hed
I the Ameiican outpost. The extent
ot the recoli wa unknown to beud
iuarters but II Is bel eved it eflecied
only a small portion of ihe Mexican
f..l e in front of Ihe Amine an Itnis,
Colonel loilUl lot close elioiiuh ''
I Ihr fleeing outpost to the soiilhwtsl
! of Tejcria Ihls morning to wariant
. hint In alla king Ihe niuiiiieria. but
I they dd not slop In resist, replying
Innly with a B-mttering til. Colonel
Imiiu eipvcia to continue Ihe kuc
ult. . .
FOR POOR
TEACHER

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