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ALIUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, JULY 25. 1914.
TI1R EVKWIWfl inOULI
Vol, 4, Mi, I JO,
(PJMv ft OuJiM
minium P00HITI. LEGISLATION
III II I I II IH III
Mobilization of Russian Army
Ordered with Determination
to Protect Servia Against
AUSTRIA REFUSES ALL
EFFORT AT COMPROMISE
Attitude of Dual Kingdom
Seems to be One of Determi
nation to Precipitate Con
flict' Which will Rend Con
tinent. Vienna, .Inly J'. ttrvKif
from PHgrade order for I lip
mdillMlton ir the Servian army
Merit given m 3 o'clia-k HtU after-ih-oii.
Tltf kinc of M-rvUt Willi
lita iimrt ami lir garrfson are
hating tlie Servian capital.
Ytininn, July !". Tlx1 Servian
ffovenimcnl In In Im i-ondiu i-I
nm kramiycviut, where llirrr I
n innwl ami an amnt ami am
Vienna. July 2-V shortly lr
fire a oYks-k liie Aitum-Hun-gariati
inlnlxler at llclriade "r
srntcd a note o I lie ha-rtlan lr
elttn onii-ei Bavins lite Servian re.
ily wax unUfiiory. IlK'
.AiM-inwIliinunrlan nilnMer anil
I lie Rial 'l Hie leitallon llien Ml
Vleniia, July S.V Th Ao-iro-HuncHiInn
ve nn.rni refnwil
II I lie rinii,lit nl Ha-rtla In r.
trail lite time Until for Hie r1ly
lo Im it.
M. (Herolnirc, inly 2V Many
if I lie neM-luilMi ut the llnnNlan
aiUI ImlMy ilenianil i'm' Iiiuim-.
iliMle nt"l.tllit'it 4 the lliiMlan
army in Mm .Jnriaw fi-.mll.-r.
Tin- I'onrwf l.aM-lle- tMHarin llutl
l(ula "i-aiiiiirt for a nionM'iil lol
Mate any itini on Si-rtln or on
I'arla. July t.V Tirf leiMli
roteriiuHtit. Bii-onlln lo IIm
M-mt-oflu lal Tenn". aiHl
whit Im rnrnniiil of liinr-la)
-klnir AiMrla lo eau-ml Mitln'a
liiMxiv ni:it ki itvi
ii h ,vi;itKi ih:m.mh
I.iimliin, July SS. An iinriiiiflriiied
diaimtih fruni Vli nnn In the Central
N any (ha Servian mlnlHler nn
noum ea aunn aftif I o'i lin k thai h
hail rerelvnl a telegram from Hel-
raila are.lln all the Austrian le-
Ill MOItr lt TIIVT Kin
PI-1-KII II M AHDICVTFO
l.i. nil. in, July 16. Servia haa oc
reined AuFtrln-Hun(nr)"a ultlmuium.
arrnrdma; lo a mierlHl ealileKram ra
irivrd hera Ihla alier im.n frum Hel-
m ile hv way nf Vienna.
Another dlniulrh received throtiKh
the annie (nureea aaya It la ruinnid
that KIiir Peter f riervln hiu aluli
raleil. KKIIVIV iii:im.v VVIM.
in; phtii, Att ritwcE
T.nilon, July 25 Hervia'a reply lo
Auatrla Will be a partial arc. pi. men
of her demanda iinorillng In ndvlcea
reachlna oltlclhl circle. In tendon ln
day. Hervia 111 irant the demanda
in refcrenca la the punlHhment nf
I hone concerned In Ihe naanliiatlon
at faravevo, nf the helr In the All
Irian throne and will rontn to do
trrythln in connection Kith that
tiiHlter which a civilised late can dn
without permitting an Infringement of
DUG LIQUQRiTEXAS DEMOCRATS
law issue in in primaries
Registration for Primary!
Election Largest on Record
in State. Contest has Inter
esting Political Aspect.
Knn Fr.iniiwn, July 2 ttinipfrn
Hun fur I In,' t'nlifiirnln irluun n
rloar mlilmisht tiinluht. Imlirutluna
re that tha lino I enllm.itrn will ahnvf
u ranU lutul even htricer than that
recorded in ISlii for the IukI iireHt
UelitUil elei tli.n. whli h nlinnat vi lthtmt
exreptltin ilraa uul a larn'T vuta
thitn the ruiiKreMHiotial and mate elt-c-liona.
Inlerent Ihla year la Inlenailied l-r
Ihe ntry of the new I'luarieaiilie party
viith iluvermir .lulinNun, elerli-d nn a
llepublli'im, aeeklna re-elei'tinn Ihla
year at the head of the I'ruxreiwlvi.'
other rrnFreaalvp randiilatea In-
(luilun Juhn 11. liW-inun, Hhn la
now ireHident of the Muti railrntd
rtiinmiHilon and i-ekg to be :i men
ant Kuvermir hae iiImo placeil ihiin-
M'ltea by piliiinii on the Ihkc.B ut
b h the tdd line partlea Ihe Hepuh.
Ilian and Iieinn.'ratle.
HI 111 oi hi r faiturg In the r-ntill will
he the many Important Initiative "nd
referendum meaaure that will flnl
plarv on the hitllnl. f..rilnoHl anioiiil
hlih. perhapa, la u proponed riiiiHti-
tntlunal m.iii mlniint thai would pm
Into eTi 1 1 iilnmet liiiinediali ly a ilra.
lie, l;ili'- ide law prihilliliiK the
lumiitiii turc, Impuriat mn, vale or Kill
tjxnjt xn n.njLiij-Li i.r.or-ir-i'-ir-i-i- n
II aowreiitnty. Aa In the other ili
mand of Auetria. KervU I'oiileiulH
thai he la unaiilv to reply lo them "
Hi h aln.rt notice a he ha not ha
aullii lent ti.ne K coiiHliler thi ui.
oi.iti its ixin Momi.i. tio
K Hlhll AH M V I.M'MTI:i
Hi. I'ctcriibuiJC. July order
for the prompt nioliilinaiion of Ilia
Ituaalun army were looked lor today
na a reull of the calitnu of a loun-
II of the niltiiMtelM preldid over by
Ihe emperor of ItuMilu and held at
the pUce of I'elerhof early thui
Krom reent indication Kamila
appeura prepared lo no lo any ex
tremee rather than tolerate the
lioktnl.ill ,f Hervltt.
I.OMHIN Ht.lHHtTS niK
uah )ii)Mi;.r ox it hit
London, July J.'i. A m.enl dla
patch tmm Viennu any the lliivlan
chaiKa dnlfairea, who reipieMted the
Auntro-llutiKurlaii fureian ofltce for
a proloiiK.il ion nf the lima limit for
th.i Servian reply lo Ihe Auatriatl
In le, waa Informed that II could not
An Kxihnng Telenraph rompany'a
dlKpatth from Vienna mu new a waa
received there today that the e'erviun
Kovermneiil win making preparation
lo evacuate HelKrade, the capital. It
add that many of the troop already
I have left Ihe city, which la runaid-
ered iinlpimhle, and art) ruUHug to
ward the Mouth.
In all Kumpeon rnpit'il toduy
grave view I taken of lha Autru
HervUin Bituutton. artaiug out of lha
i preaenlalten lo Kervla by Ihe Au
. Irian govi rninent of a virtual ulti
matum Ui'iiiMiidliiK the auppreneliin of
Ilia Pan-erv ian movement and Ihe
punishment of those concerned In
Ihe asaawiinutton in Itoanla of Ihe
heir to Ihe Auntrlnn Imperial throne
LHplomiittc circle see In Ihe il lu
pine and In the added ioalliilltv of
ItiiKsian Imerreren-.-e nn behulf of Ihe
little Hlav nut ion tha daiiKcr of a
general Kiiropenn war. n the 1-on-di.n
stock exi hunga demornlluitlon
act in al lha opening or business this
morning owing to a rumor that lliw
ala hud begun In niolulixe her gnut
army In preparation for eventiiali
liis. Iir.ih r ellcred eierylhing and
llllllhh colieols fell I V per cell) lo
Ifi TOO STATES
Chief Question at Stake Sub
mission of Prohibition
Amendment to the People in
Summer of 1915.
l)ll. Tel.. July 25. Whether
Mate-wide prohiliitlnn ulinll lie voted
nn by 1'rxaa rltlzena In the xuinmer ot
1915 and whether the next (uxernnr
(hall lie n prohloitloiiint or an antl
prohlhltliinlNt, were Ihe main iiwui'
in today' I irmorr.it 10 atatu primary
election. The primary waa to noin
litite ulshlcen rundlilatex for mn-
reea, randidatea fur Ihe leu ml.n urq
and mate and county otll.ial from
Ruvernnr ilon. I; all Ihe Important
iifTU'ca today nomination were equiv
alent In elei tioa. Thla wna a "white"
primary, nevroea not lieinx iiialllled.
Tha prnhlhitionixt rundldate for
Knternor, Tliomim II. Hall, a llmiMlon
aitorney. haa nnnnumed fur the
Rtrli'leal aalooit reiiul'il Ion, hut nXailiHt
nil form of prohibition excep-
tiite toiKtit utlonal ami nilment.
The antl-prohllJltloiilnt nuidldate ia
James H. Keriftiimn, a bunker und
farmer of Temple. Texan, whom- plat
form haa been to enforce Caluon laa,
hut atop llipior imitation.
l4otold Morris of Victoria, la n
runuidate for governor, runniiiK Inde
penilcni ly of the prohiiJiilonlHiS and
"i nt :a."
Texas voted on comtilotionul pro
hll.ltlon.il prohloition in lull, the
hi ite remaluniR wet thi n by nlmut
Liin - TLniuL
11 . Itlo TmtoB hint I point. Itui
lun bond AuHtrian and llnn-
a.Hlin I... n. In i point, while the
lenilinic Ann iiiall tiM ka were iiumed
HI Horn 1 lo below parity. v'a
na.llan Pacific, hnucver. nhonetl Ihe
nuwt loan. A frio Hon il hardetil' t
occurred before noon but the market
remained iietvou and excited.
lU'HSIW MIIXS HI M WHS
PHOTiniOX OK hi:ill
Already pari of the Kuwnmi presa
haa taken a delimit attitude, de
manding that the gov rninent in HI
Peteraburg iimb-riiika the protection
of Hi-rvla. The No.oe Vri inya Bay:
"The lliiaalan goveinmeni
clearly recognixe that the Aus
trian ultimatum la particularly
itlrcLtcd uganmt Hiiaaia, anil re
plying not only by word h-il by
Ihe reiiiite ni-tlon. eVrvut ut
being sill.Ji-ct.-d lo an unlawful
iittai k and w ill not remain alone.
The dlKtiirhcra nf the pence have
not to deal with Hervla only, but
also with tlUBeni. l'nlea Ihe
Austrian ultimatum ia with
drawn, ItusHia will not remain a
allent spectator of violence."
XKWKI'AITTtS ASMHAt H Til T
M:itl II VH klllMII I I II
Ttudnpert. July 25. Special edl
tlona of the newspaper announce
Ihla afternoon that Servia ha tin
rnnilil tonally anbmltled lo the Ue
niulida of Austria.
;l i itM, si am: ok tiii:
Itl l'IY i HO. I Sl ltVU
llelarude. July 25. The govern
ment newpnier Sainoupruva pub
liiheg the followInK which I gener
ally accepted a Indicating the lone
of Servia reply to Austria:
"Servia ilcuro sincere and cor
rect neighborly relation with
Ihe dual monarchy Convinced
of Ihe necessity of tniilntaliilng
anch relation, the Servian gov
ernment will readily comply with
all the deiuanil of Auslrln-llun-gary
which will serve lo aupprca
nil criminal acta, manifestation
and disorder In nriuhhoriinf
"HvcsiiHe Ihe Set via govern
ment considers II la thereby ful
filling the obvloiia duty nf it civ
lllxed s'"t. thn government will
in all sincerity du everything;
TODAY IN CONGRESS.
M'l m Ha. m.
Iichale win ci. ill iiHK'il on the
triinl hill nntl eoinc amendment
to I hi- I null rum in '!.. n hill wire
Im roil ii rd.
Mi' I hi noun.
Consideration nf the confer
ence report on the ruling futures
(III was aid aside unit debate w in
usumcd in ihe general dam lull,
to regulate dcveii. mem nf water
power ly navigable stream.
SALE OF BIG LAND
GRANT NEAR SANTA FE
Santa Fe. ... M . July 2'.. rn the
Rrmiiiil I hat n Inw suit ngulnat III"
I 'tilted State rinnk iiml TriiMt cnm
I'nny, im account (if Urn against I'""
Itutnon Y'igil grunt near thle illy,
bronchi liy II. II. c.ilrriiihl nml
brother, cndnngera tin. sale of tlx
grant lo I lot roll aporimen who al
ready have made a pvmcnt nf I'JU.
mm nn the property. .h-y Pond of
I the iK Imlt Intereat today brought
mi actum in district court tn force
n separate milt ngnlnst himself nml
associate. In the Ciirtwrighl com
pbilnl I'nnil and his Detroit nw
clatca are mnde parties tn the ne
tliin aK.iitiNt the hank. The Itnmon
Vigil grant contain mmm sti.litiu
acre nml Pond anil other wealthy
I 'droit men propose l buy It anil
make II Into a game prcecrvr.
WILL NOT ATTEMPT
H'll.l, NOT ATTKMI T 5 SPOUT
llamnnilsporl. N. T.. July 25.
T.leut. John f". Porte will not attempt
lo fly nern the Atlantic until Oc
tober 1. This decision wa reached
today aa a result of n conference be-
iwecn menn it. urn, i.ieui.
Porte nnd Will fliis. the perwonal
repreHentntlve of Hodman Wana
makcr. KHEDIVE OF EGYPT
HAS CLOSE SHAVE
Constantinople. July IV A
the Khedive of Ecvpt wn leav-
lug Ihe grand vlxlerate Ihl nf-
lernonn an K.pvajl.nn nttempled
lo shoot him. The assailant waa
shot down by n member of the
niihle to prove it Intense de
rire for ItieiiUly relations with
the dual monarchy."
koumm. ki:iint nut
N KVII MO OK TIMi:
Vlennn. July 2." An exteimion of
lime of forty-eight hours. In which
Servia may reply to Austria' note
wa retieted today by I lie Utiwlan
There wa a marked Improvement
on the bourse here u" a report that
Servlu had yielded
A ilixpatch from Iiclgrade to the
N'eue Krelo I'ro.-o-c aay Servlu ha
decided lo accept Ihe AUKti'iiin de
mands under protest.
The general public here looks for
ward lo Servin'a decision tn connec
lli n with the Aumnn noe with the
;rentest composure, nl'hough Un
people know It to he iim-mion of
peace or war.
No surprtKe wa caused here by Ihe
communication published In the of
ficial journal of the ItuHOian govern
ment stating that the St. Petersburg
gov ci nim r.t was seriously preoccu
pied by the ultimatum uddreNsed I"
Servia by Austrn. Hungary and thai
I'ttsMlii rould not remain Indilferent
to Ihe dispute. It waa Inferred lioin
ibis communicntlnii that the b.cnlliin
Hon of n possible war would lie pre
vented by ItUHsla.
I'ihm k m:its Mom-: moh
l nii: iok iy lit-: Moi'ii:i
Piirla, July H e- According to eml
ofllclal lnforin.it Ion received heie.
Austria t-day showed an Imlinatlon
lo adopt n more moderate attitude
towards Servia. A an liulnniion of
Ihe gravity with which Ihe Auptm
Servian situation ia regarded hire
Kreneh three per cent rentes fell to
7 ut the openm; of Ihe bourse at
noon today. This waa a further
point and a half below yesterday's
ki:ill ASKS AIOHK TIMK
TO IONsllll.lt sil t ATION
Helgrade, Si-n .i, July 25. The
election of mi-mini of Ihe Servian
parliament haa hen postponed nnd
Ihe members of th u( parliament
have been ordered to meet In pec ml
eelon tomorrow In discuss the sil
uullon between Anuria and Servia.
Servia. iiecordln.: In sources usual
ly In close lunch with the foreign
office In llcli;i :... haa reituested
Austria, for nn extension of time In
which lo reply to the note asking
for a delay until Hi. Servian parlia
ment, which has been summoned In
an extraordinary i-.-aslon. ahull have
been consulted li la nlsn slated in
authoritative circle that ScrUa I
ready in grant the Austrian demand
aa far aa poKslhlc without damage
to her national teat lire.
i xitf.d ktti s wu.f, sri.i,
NO II VTI I l-MIIPN AHItOUt
Washington. July ?&. In accord
with a policy (lf luwudute neutrality,
should Ihe Attstro rvin crlnis de
velop Into war. tun' attempt by any
of Ihe Interested powers In purchase
American watshlpn would he prompt
ly turned down bv th I'nlted Slate,
in the opinion of i.:flciula here today.
Federal Board Admits Com
plete Failure Today and is
Now Seeking a Basis for
SITUATION GRAVE BUT
NOT THOUGHT HOPELESS
Representatives of Men and
Managers in Conference De
cline to Talk. No Final
Word Yet Spoken.
Chicago, July 25.-Mediation
has failed to set
tle the wage differences
between the 98 Western
railroads and their 55,000
enginemen. After a week
of sessions the federal
board of mediation and
conciliation today an
nounced that it was try
ing to effect a working
basis by which both .ides
would consent to arbi
trate their differences,
The announcement of Ihe crll In
Ihe niRot latlon between the medi
ator and the w.'irr nii employe and
employer wn made by il. W. W.
Hanger, member of the federal board
of nic.li iin.M nml councilman, who
"It hit been apparent for the lat
three or four dav that Ihe niteiitliin
could not be settled by mediation and
the board therefore Is trying tn ef
fect a workable basis by which both
allies will consent to arbitration."
New proposal to both Ihe reprc
dilative ,f the cnitlncnu'n and fire
men nnd to the commitiee of railway
manager were submitted today by
Ihe mediator nnd the board Uj await
la replica of it proposal.
Neither W. P. Stone, jrrand chiel
engineer of the Urolherh I of Lo
comotive Kngineera, nor W.' S. Car
ler, head of the llrotherhood of 1st
cotnotlve Firemen mid Rneinenten
would (linens the -nit ure of the pro
pn.-il tihniitled by the mei'iiitorr,
Kitia silence waa ohaervod by the
olllclal of the railway manager
committee which had conducted ne
initiation with Ihe employe iie-e
last ( ictoher.
The employe' representative met
today nnd the proposal of the media
tor wa considered at length. Sim
liar action w i taken by Ihe man
The result of their deliberation 1
expected lo he known today to the
mediators, who also remained In "'
The condition I admitted by Loin
sblea lu be grave but no worn ter
minating the negotiation ha been
CATTLE DEAL M
Concession for Expora of All
Carranzas Herds Said to
Have Been Granted to
American by Villa
FT' Pat... Ti x . July -J A conces
aioii In export li.nii Ch.hu. ihtni sidle
all the cattle ou m il by l.ui Ter
ra na . Sr. was coiixiinnnaleil with
lien, nil Villa I. day. iiccoiding to nn
announcement by J. I: tl.uiclt of
Corpus chriNtl, Tcxn. It was anid
the first shipment would total ap
proximately 2aii.n.iii hea I nnd that
most of th, cattle would be mat kit
ed nt Kansas City, Port Worth end
Chicago, the remainder being taken
ol ramhea In southwestern I'niled
Close Mexican observer here pre
dicted that Ihi deal ulliinatelv
Woiil.l result lu the release of l.ui
Terraxas. Jr., who has been held a
prisoner by Oenernl Villa on aci- unl
of hla alleged lliicrl.i aynipiilhiua.
JUDGES III CAILLAUX TRIAL TO
MEET OH TOE
Remarkable Attitude Taken
by New York Man Because
of Schoolday Friendship for
Ilavi-rstraw, N. Y., July r. A
ft letl.l.-.lllp t It.-1 In-. ui w hen l 111. Ill
V. I'leary, town clerk of thla village.
and l-'reilerick M, Newman, one ot
the owner of the Hie kl mil County
Mcskciikc r, wpre boys, I recalled In a
statement by the latter ns a reason
for not waiitluif to see Cleary, the
murderer of his ..n, Kugi lie M. New ¬
man, pay thti extreme penally for hi
Voung Newman waa ahol to death
In the town clerk's utllce In the town
hall on Thursday when he nked
I'leary'a fnrglvenena for having eloped
with hi daughter. Anno Cleary. They
were 111. uric. I a weeii II no today ut
YVcchavvkcn, N J., nnd the hoy ear
ned his marriage ceitlcate to uliow
the father of hi bride.
"1 ib.n't want Hill killed," said Mr.
Newman, the father. "We went t
school loKi-lher: we were political una
social friend, my paper nlwa bnck-
hint up nnd we have Joked togeth
er it Hun t Ihla affair of our children.
Put l:il was wrong; my boy was all
ritbt and Hill mind not be set nt lib
erty through politic or any other
mean. He must nave n term or im-
Chary, meanwhile l confined in
Ihe county Jail nt New York on a
charge of murder !n thn first degree
for Ihe killing of hl ann-in-luw.
Ithoiiiili he ha been warned tint
to diaetim h' case he haa ventured m
make one sliilcmciit In explanation of
hi act. Ho said that gossip nlmut
hln ilmmliur and the wm of his
Iriend iiiiiKi-il him tn worry "until he
tV.d not know what he wna doing"
h'-n he killed the boy.
Kvldence of three wltiieses tn the
murder ut the preliminary Iminesi
yesterday showed that Kitgene New
man with hla wedding ccrllrlcatn
le.nly to show to his father-In law,
wa shot down before he could draw
It from hla pocket or utter a word.
i'leary'a defense. It appear from
rintement made here, will he emo
CHARGE LEADERS OF
urn stole a
Investigation Under Way in
Denver of Sensational Com
plaint Resulting from Mich
Iienvcr, .tulv VT. - Investigation of
c,;,i, -a I hut n fund of t l.U'Ml.imu
raised tn c-ind'i.l the strike of the
copper miner in Michigan wa not
used for that purpoHt. but diverted
I,, the ndvnlit age of those in charge
of I ne slrlke w us bcnun Hn utter
Inn n nl the ennvent ion of the Weal
em I'e.br.ilinn ol Miner. It I an Id
the charge were . irciil.iti .1 throim-h-
oiit ilin nnunirv num. ulnrly in
It was iinnnonced that next M'ltl
liny :i icj.oii .iioiios no is-' ;
or the Western I-'i b rali. f Miner;
Willi the I ni'ed Mine Worker of
America would be presented lo Ihu
i ouvent en.
CAPTAIN MIKE RYAN
QUITS CHICAGO FORCE
Chlcaeo. July ".. Michael linn,
the police r.iplalli III ri In.'" of the
district whli h llailied the old solllll
side b-iee. resinned from lb- force I-.-diy.
Hi reaii-nalnin, which v.i
m.ide, he ild, on the vrotind i f III
beallh, w i aciciteil by Clta f il.-a-Soii.
who said llt.il iharK r. oared
liunnst h,. capliin following Hie kill.
In of a ilcKdlve In the redliuht d.s
irict. would not be lli.-d.
V brate Inn Vcnr of Pcaif.
SnlitriiM', i:iiirlanil. July Z ..--The
first fottnal ceri I'lvnv lu hotn.r of the
ion year of pe ice lii-is, yt the T'lnr
llsh speaking natlo'i oi itrred here
today when SiiU-r.ivo manor. th
home of the familv of tt.-orge W.ish
htgton. punhascd lor 1 12. linn, suh-
rihed In tire.'t in it I ti. wa handed
over to mi-n.be of the ceineti iry
committee a it kill I" the American
FIELD OF IHI!
Mme.Caillaux Faints When
Letters of Ardent Near Hus
band are Read in Crowded
"DEAR RIRI" LETTERS
POEMS OF PASSION
Trio of Emotional Incidents
Today Leaves Even a
Frenchman Satisfied with
Developments in Murder
PnrlH, July 8.1. Thn i-lilef
judge i hnllciiKlns one nf liU cd
IcagllcH In duel. Hie eeaillog of
IIm "mysterious" li4i ntliliit
were siippo-cd In nffe1 Ihe i-axo
mi profoundly, ami llm physical
rolliiMt lit cixirt nf Madame:
ulllimx eStptw rtirrxt lisiidenra
which today stlrnsl iIm enwalhiiia
In connection Willi the trial nf
Mailamo ( alllniix fur lltt' niunlee
of .ason laliiH-Ho.
A Mnillnrly l-Vpnch alnsna
dMTr was lent lo tlie affair by
llm quarrel nf I lie, JudgcN. Till
wns added tn by the ikiiaii
coiilcut of I lie former rrntttler'a
love IcIteCH, wltnap rrx-llnl Isfforn
I lie fiubllo i-aiiMfd I lie M-Hoiier to
fall iimxinM-loiu anil lo remain
for long Ilimi In a awiHin.
Ih-yoiul Hie reading ut the let
ters little iroerea waa niaile. and
It waa Ccnerally rxiMtled that
Ihe trial would extend far Into
The challengn wn sent hy Judge
l.otil Albunel, presiding Judge of thn
conn trying Mine. Henrietta Cail
laux for the wilful murder of la-
ton Culmetle, tn Judge I.otli Sa
Ko'iry, one of Ihe three other Jtnlne
vitting on the bench with him. The
second appointed by Judge Alhauel
ure tiencral Julca DiilHteln, former
military governor of Pnrla, und
!: in ilo Hriitniiu do laihorie.
When the discussion concerning
the rending of Mine, (lueydan lot
tet seemed tn he going ut, favorably
'or the defense dur ng yesterday
hearing Judge Allianel aunounced
that there would be a rec.-s. The
Kigaro afilrms today that Judge la
gotiry then said in Inw tone:
"Von dishonor u. air"
The 'wo ji.dge, alter lining Intu
their private room during the receaa,
engaged III a healed ihH'uselon. Thl
niortiinu n report of It waa mada
public on the tront page of Ihe f'l
garu which left Judge Albupel nn op
tion l,i,t to ai-nd liia second tn hla
Mm... Cnlllaux tall In faint.
M i.l line llenriette Caillaux, anon
after rhe waa brought Into court to
day for Ihe Blxth day s hearing of
the charge of murdering; Onstun Cal
no tie, totally collapsed when the
re.idtnir l.cRiin of the letlera handed
In by Mine, litievdan. She waa car
ried in.ii nsihlo from the court.
The sitting of the court immediate
ly suspended amid great uproar.
As mon a the i ourt had opened
Mattrc Ijihori l.egnn reading some of
the li-icvdan letter. lie remarked
when to- took up the second one:
"In this .ii will Mi, I burning love,
but nothing inde. eut. a common ru
in, -r ha i vpectcd."
In the l.tt.r M. Caillaux writing Hi
the present Mine Caillaux before hi
divorce fioin Mine, (iueydan. refer
red I,, the I, Ippllle.: he Would feel
when he could "presa a loiluon kisseg
t.n-r our dear body."
While ihe reading was going on
Mine, i alllaitx. with lor head bent
low. was crying hitleily. Her so!
...al, he heard all over the court
Then with a sigh Khe fell prostrate
to the floor. Two republican guard
standing near rauxxl her and run led
her out of the chamber.
The four Judge at once arose from
their aeni and Judge Alhauel an
nounced the aiiapenslon of the hear
In the meantime Mme. Caillaux
had hern l.-i.d on a bench in an ante
room The plnslclin. who hrnl thought
she wa suffering merely from a
passing- fainting- itpell. decided when