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DU EDWARDS SWEETHEART BETRAY
HIM IB THE DETECTIVES
KO A NOK h. VA. S'iecIaL?
Thal Maad Irolcr. hired by the
promit" of glittering gnsd, eo*re>
named with the detective? to de
li\cr lier moinilaiii ?WOCtheart
luto unir hand- la a bellet ciiter
talaaed in Ko.moUe. when* the
Baldwin Detective tgetacj i- lo
raicd. and the ?antpaclon Is given
?*-|>e<-ial credence in \ ie\\ of a rc
cent -tatcMU'iit ssaaued in Chief
William G. Baldwin to the effect
that the agCBM;? would not elaiiu
the reward* that it would **go to
other?, lor assistance in our pur?
suit oi the Aliens.*'
> The Itoanoke Tinier, which I? in
cluse touch with the situation,
print? the following:
"Thai Mamie Irolcr, ihr aweet
hraUfl to whom \Ve-lc> I'.<I\i;im!>
< oiii.dio-1> i ntnuii'il the secret
of hi-? lUtlina piawr- on bar promise
to iw --Mue hi- wife, played false
to t'?e rugltlvc ami led the detec?
tive** to Ills pbice of eeneca llliellt,
?arenas certain from report? cir?
culated last night hi Roaaaoate.
"i he proioi>e of the reward
money, nmoaantlng t<> gS,50?, for
the capture of sblna Mien ami
Woslc) Kdwards, i- said to have
been the reason tor the betrayal
oi laer k>Ter. fdueh of the credit
for working op the case that
iiiiliil in ?he sensational arrest
of the two fugitives, who have
been at alrue si\ month? to the
ur, lias from the time of the
lllllsvllle coui-t tragedy, I? given
".Mr. I.ma- i- a native of the
aeetlon of the State where til??
crime uns comn?tted, ami i- fa?
illi lin r not f > 111 > with the country.
Inn with the people. It ?- -aid
that the otter for the reward
money to Miss Irolcr ?as made
through him. The entire plan of
action was outlined here by
Chief Baldwin ami other? of the
iletetlivcs. before they started
"I be reward money will be
paid to Miss Irolcr, ?' ?- said.
The reward offered by Governor
Mann Is .s I .."??0 lor (be capture of
f each of (be fugitives. There i
an additional reward of $500 by
H.e i nitetl States court at
? ensboro, N. C where Sidna
Allen was bailed on a counterfeit?
ing daarge. It ha- Ions; been the
opinion id' the Baldwin detectives
that if e\er the two fugitive
were captured it would be
through \Vesh y Kdwards. H was
their opinion that Sidna .Mien,
craft; and experienced in travel,
would bo able (o lake euro of
What Baldwin Said.
mcnl has be.
diet dr. Baldwin:
?rkins; <>n th
:ure of ti
men v ho were i for tl
?hootlnK up ' irroll courthoui
lurteeath day of .March,
and, Of com ire glad that \\ ?
have finally succeeded. The capture
toda) of Sidna Allen, the l<
the Allen Kan?. Who killed J
\hHe the I. pri sid?
ing at the trial of Ployd Allen and
in. nephew, Wesley Edwards, ?mis
the long ?base to bring tins, men to
"Detective n. L? Lucaa ami another
man from our agency spent more
than a month in the mountains in
Virginia and .North Carolina eearch
for these men. Tiny watched
the bouse of Ifaude Iroler, wh
the sweetheart "i Wesley Bdwi
Thej trailed every movement that
she mad ntly she went to the
home of \\ . ill y Edwards and ?>?
the night th
"(>n las? Wednesday, she started
for Mount Airy. .\. "'.. and th< ?? took
tin train for Chicago.
"I'be men were constantly with her
on the train and picked no- U]
Roanoke. W< Followed her through
Chicago t?> Des Moines am! when we
I arrived, she was standing on the
porch at the residence of Hn
ron. at Eleventh atol Locust Stn
"We left < >. I'., ifundy, one of my
. one block down the street, and
Lucaa and myself rushed the house
and caught Sidna Allen. M
but we forced hini to surrender-.
"We ascertained that W(
wards was working at some point in
the west end Of the city. We search?
ed all the labor ?ranga and then at ?"?
o'clock, accomi by chief of
Police Jenney, we began to search
;the street cars of Ingersol]
At about 5:30 O'clock this afternoon
! was on the iront of ., e ?r at Twenty
fourth Str.-et and Ingersol! Avenue,
and I 'spied Wealy at the right hand
corner. II? saw me at the same tine
and thought it was my brother, I >.
< >. Baldwin, whom he knew. He
made a rush for the door. The chief
grappled with him. He fell partis
ear. but the chief held on until
the car ?ame to a stop.
"We w< ? y surprised m hen
dien and l M v.
Allen was In the Kar \V<
?"Sidtie>? IM\?. at ther of
Wesley and cousin <a Frlel Allen. It
men, : ml sue e t hat : Ime, a i
whole efforts have I <i to
ca i>t uring these two hi
ndy. !.. I myaelf
strat ?ou know ve tri
her In .? e and found ti.'1 men we
? i by i': i
came wi thin twenty ii i<l -
1 M v.anls
Allen is the
opinion i ha t bol h A
of evidence aaralnst th(
TO TAKE OROZCO
WASHINGTON, l>. <'.? Sped?.
Following < imiIii,? 11:11 h>ii of the re?
port that Pascual Oroaco, sr? has
been captured bj American
troops ami will be held m boatage
for lin >al'ct> Of Allicliiilils on |Im
other side <?r the bordee, the War
Department today received word
ilia? General ?>i<>/<<>. .ir., probably
would bo taken b] American
troops w it iiiii a short time, as be
i~ rcpontod to be alunit I?? croas
the burder into Ariaona.
Oroaco, defeated and all but
starved iut<> submission, is re|>?rt
cd t<> be desperate, ?nul to nave
ilctcruiiited to surrender to the
i ni ted states r?nnen ratner than
trust i ? i 111?? -1 ? t<? the summary Jus
ti< ?? of ill?' Mexh an federal troops.
Large nunibt*rN of the rebela,
unarmed, are drifting across the
iin?- an?! Oroaco himself i- report?
ed to Hie preparing to * roas Bomc
i m the <\ ?-m that tin- rebel leader
lake? this step in? will i>c arrest?
??(I the moment lie Kets foot on
American s-iil and held prisoner
bj Department of Justice officials,
cliaagcd with violations of the
traliti law? and cunipllcity in
t?o- murder of Thomas fountain,
ilie American shot bj the rebels
I irisad 1er Stccvctt also reported
to tltc War Department today that
ihe rebels had raptured II Tigre.
Vs lu- made no mention of lira
fate of the ''';; ?five American
miners there it la believed here
that thej aie sale.
GREAT MOBS FILL
STREETS OF MEXICO
?BXICO CITY.? Special_
Greal mohs Uutl had ndlled
through the rtreets <d' Mexico <i?y
ail during the night finally dls
(i early todaj and went to
their homes without any clash
with the thousands of soldiers
placed on guard by the govern?
Independence Eve had passed
without any great disorder, thus
clearing the way for Congress t<>
convene today without any Im?
mediate prospect of conflict.
While Sunday and last night
were without violence the temper
oi the populace led to extraor?
dinary precautions. Soldiers filled
the streets and machine guns
were planted on the roof of the
national palace to sweep the
streets and the spacious lawns
about the building. The populace
was read] t<> Jola hi a revoie, but
had no leader.
General Zapata Failed Co keep
his promise to attack the city.
The day was not without Big
ntfieanec of deep Import i<? Pres?
ident Madero. Tlirce-ffourtha of
id?- persons in the 'in'ci- wore
i?i:i/ battons, which hawkers
readllj sold at ?"??? cents eaeh.
while Madero buttons went b
u i 11 l: :ii .'? cents apiece.
Although the usual cei craoniea
Incident lo Indepcmlence Day
were planned, there wan m> re?
sponse ?n enthusiasm from tin*
Hnndreda of rural'--; and
mounted police ?rere constantly
on duty. I'aciv street where an
outbreak is deemed likely la
under Iteavy patrol.
Hundretls <>r picked troops are
encamped on the grounds of the
national palace, while other inm
dml? were stationed Inside of the
building. Madcro's personal quar?
ters art- like an arnted camp.
Artillerymen lolled upon tin*
root beneath an awning and
smoked ?iiz:i?-?-i t<-~. while they
waited for the expected attack
Which was to be a >iunal for a
volley i it i ? > ill?' crowds in tin*
streets ami upon tin' lawn below.
CHI RCH is l\\ <>i.\ i:i).
Leaders of tin* Catholic party
gathered ami talked with irreal
Mtierncss of tin* action ?if ih?*
frorcrnmenl party on Saturday
nicht in refusing to permit t.ar
; l.e lead? r or the Catholic
party, to take hi- scat in tin*
t liamher of Deputies, notwith?
standing tin- fact thai the election
was ackn?>wlcdgcd to hi* legal.
Many Indcpemlcnts joined the
clericals in making a common
cause against Madero*? party.
Through tin* evening extra edi?
tions of the newspaper* telling
oi* the arrest of Pascuale Oroaco
by l nlted States authorities near
l*i -ioio. Tex., were sold on the
I Aril tin'-- (lid not arouse
an) reeling, although many per?
sons confused Orozco with his son.
General Oroico, the leader of the
Northern revolutionists. Appar?
ent!) Orozco i- not longer con?
sidered an important fa<*tor in tlu*
domestic affairs of Mexico,
Conditions were compared with
those in Mexico City during the
final days of the Diaz regime ami
foumi similar. Although show?
ing i>a-si\?>ne^s in their demeanor,
government officials realized that
this apathy might suddenly give
way to mob rule, so Inflammable
Is (he Mexican temper.
The Slat?- of Oaxaca Is now
completely in tin* banda of rebel
Indians, according to word iron
there. This? hi news was further
supplemented by a dispatch from
Ouernavaca, saying 'hat Zapatista
are concentrating throughout M??
celos, in large numbers, with the
Intention of beginning a new
HLrHFiKi/i), w. va.? Special.?
.Minnie Iroler did not betray her
sweetheart, Wesley Edwards, tin
-?M county outlaw, according to
Itluefteld this morning ?o r tut? to
i BOke In ' Hen
and his nephew, \ ~ds.
The ' the
North Carolina mo
Edwards dearly, and says that fot
motley could she have lui 11 Induced
tu betray him. The young woman,
neatly attired in fly pink
tly through her
^ w hen greeted by i of
? - ;ii hur??;? i<- w in? gathered
bfl station tu the
were manacled together and had
little to say. Allen looks nothing
published In the ? -
. but one could
?Mv. bis photograph.
SUIT IS BEGUN
Is Expected That Taking of Tes?
timony Will Last Many
CHICAGO, ILL. Nprei'I. Be?
fore Special Examiner Robert s.
Taylor, hearing of evidence hi the
<.o\ei nun ill -> suit against the In?
ternational Harvester Conip
\\ax begun here.
The suit, similar in many nays
to thai against the Standard ?mi
Company, which resulted in a vic?
tory lor the Government, was tiled
in St. Paul in April. \^ in the
Standard OH case the testimony Is
to he taken bj a special examiner
and submitted to the court,
where the attorneys "dl argue
the tase, it i^ expected that the
taking Of testhnomy Will Ik* a mat?
ter of many months.
luiwin i*. Grosvenor, wpgclsl a
si-^tant to Ihe Attorney General,
came to Chicago to conduct the
Government's exandnatlon of wit?
Attorneys Edgar A. Bancroft
and John 1*. Wilson represented
the Harpester Company.
Ihe suit i- a civil action under
the Sherman anti-trust law.
R, X. V.
bester to the
its founding, liuni a
<!ur standpoint ?lie d
rain during the morning threatei
to Interfere with t!.
( OXSPIKED TO PRETEXT
LA/WREN< e, mass. g
William I). Il.iy\
(>;' tin- industrial Workers ? ?. the
World, who was irn
"Ii. at the eh
mi the common, was :irra...
th.- - up? rior Court today
Qulnn, charged with <? by
threats to pr<
mills from working durin ictile
strik.- here hist win ..?til
Haywood waive.', tin' readii
Indictment, w hieb v.
and contained twenty-two counts. He]
was represented in court by Ait ::
r. s. Mahoney and John .Me,.re. the
latter of California.
There wi monstration in the
courtroom. Two officers stood at the
bottom of each flight of stairs leading
to tho courtroom to see that no ob?
jectionable persons could ^< t In.
IN NEW YORK TODAY
HOT SPRINGS, AUK.
Ready i"r the examinai wit?
nesses called by the defen ? In
case of Lieutenant Charh
District Attorney Whitman, of N'< \\
fork, reached here today.
The witnesses are persons who be?
came acquainted with Sam s
figure In tiu> Rosenthal murder cat
Ne? York and win?, according ;.. th>
ii< fense, will he ahh-, to discredit the
stiuy Scheppa ha? since told tin
In the party besides Whitmi
Mrs. Whitman, Assistant .\t
York ? r nun.
of lake tornado
Sunday Evening Blow Sweeps On- ,
ondaga, Leaving Death and !
Half a Million Loss in Trail
SYRACUSE, \. V. SpedaL?
Pour persona are known to liave
been killed, two are missing and
at leat?! fort] Injured a- the re
; oh of a tornado that swept the
(mondaga Lake section, near thin
cit>. late yesterday. The propertj
lo-.< is roughlx cautil lied at (lose
to tt hah million dollars.
The known dcao are: R. Mein,
of Oollamer; <;. \V. Dopp. or Ful?
ton; Charles Chapman, i?f Cicero;
William Madison, o? Salina.
Mr. and >lr<. C. II. Mattison, of
Syracuse, win? were canoeing <>n
Seneca River yesterday afternoon,
have net >*t been found. It Is
reared the) were raucht in the
storm. Samuel Smith, of ihh
eiiN. was fatally hint by a trol?
le) car as he was walking to the
city aller il?' stoiiu was over.
While Governor Mann baa ma
?designation it is probable that Ju
.Waller Staples, who presided at the
i trials of Floyd, Claude, Friel and
\ :< ter Allen, will occupy the bench
when Sldna Allen and Wesley Ed
. wards face the jury.
Judge Staple? is thoroughly familiar
! With the ease, and much time Will be
saved, it is thought, in argument of
i rulings during the examination of wit?
nesses it he is on the bench.
HELD FOR TRIAL
RAUEUGH, N. C? Special.? Before
D to h' ar
'? statement con
Venable, It non,,,
ii of the student
15.00 i ? ..nos.
n, Who IS ;in orphan and
? ? ':: et ;n , ; rj . g ? \ e hon<]
otli. | .?tu ,?il :
? ! '
m h" : m. i ?ne
' . ti ?: ? r
! WITH THE EUITORS I
v~XK?<?<-??<*?;' ? v ?? +?-<<?&****><,*<>+!
Wilson in his speceh lo
ins at Atlantic
p ithy, ps ?
that 1 In bet?
; ere Is not] -
Mr. Westmoreland L> Inally
. ;?? entlj
entty of Loudoun
county, tii tanounccd M ?
? ? mor. This
dently that it
! !'t-h luxuriantly and
suddenly In the summer of ifil
?. i ' lenouncing the
r.>r its il:
rrricultur? . . . . rlenci
? many of us that when 8
of himself fur r pub
iii the story, we v
for what office he is willing to sacri?
fice h nd private
President Tafl favors tariff :
tlon, but not along any of the lines
or will 1 ted to
him. He Is following the advi
iiing a bu
t > all church building fu:
the loi stion.
it to New?
castle" to h Vir?
ginia t<> preach Democ irglnia
? give Wilson and Marshall
the biggest majority ever given s pres
sionary woi essary, as the
already have made up lb? ir
to stand for the men and the
party who are honest when they d??
chire for the rule of the people,?\ ir
it is intimated from Washington
thai before any real steps are taken
g to Interfi renca in the affairs
of Mexico, President Taft will call
. give 111 ?
! is.natives Of the people all ?
t unity to pass on the question. This is
the only wise course, as the mal
too imp.?riant to Ipitated bj
itive alone, it may
sooner or later to undertake
> Ideation of Mexico, but it is not
going .. and it should
not be gone int.? lightly. War is ?
serious business, even with the M.xi
? - ilnat Ion i S s for
Governor of Neu freak
by two gl
Met lee i? notable in i
should himself with
lllc iard Harding i ?avia, .
that it p
rtlse. I:, garding ?ms attire.
-1 ?untie, who had i
Led that on
tin.i "i iayed in I
? in? :?Vlrglnian-Pil
The Bull M ...lit upon a Jour-]
to tin- m ting. Ti
wild and be] stand- !
dt on the Bull Moo
and "i oped them Into t! i
Some m them continued tluir Jouri
1 tnpy actually captt
e prinees of the Btand
it wi y. The standpatter i
aid, "l am ?Ic-k. please Ket another
man," well knowing: the effect of his
salt.? -' " h ? i aid.
II. nrv Harrison, at North Bend, mar
ted condition, ana a movement has
rted for the removal (.:"
to Fort Melga, th. ene
battles, it was at
plcuous heroism and ! won
special commendation of Gem
? lar d from l'resident I
?v tne proud title or tne
' the Onion." t'< *
irnlshed the largest Volunteer
In General s army,
. h did valiant service in saving
; liters. The grave of the
'?resident should it ?
;, .1 by a grateful n:'
TWO B. & 0. WRECKS
:-::hi,v.\1). mi>. Special.?Two
? . ? s were killed, two
?wrlously injured and a
of other per aun? wer? bin
kg on the Baltlmor?, m
I near A freight train
a work t'atn sever.
I'aw Paw, W
of imssengars wer? shaken
up and briu
TIIK BLl'E CRAB.
that blue crab ia
'ith extinction, it Is nud
news. W. could batter af
try than the humble era
that ? ?rtfort
for < ?
of the Maryland
??mrnisalon. an authority
iKird end soft
shell eraba, which ba\ bun
fat? of the
do or ?
dr. I : trie. Crisfiild
IS tl pOlBl li the
. it is S
sold at Criafledd
and. ?is for
in the ? Anne
a man could easily
>r barrels a day. Imrin^ the
It has not been uncom?
mon to see ten carloads of crabs
rom Crisfi? i?i m a single d
hie or possible.
That the crab industry is in r
the fact that the demand now
ils the supply. With meres
l supply, and us
Improved mi catching and
ruction e tie crabs?
Inly point toward
it is true that
mbly of Virginia
.. with a view to protecting er
ad preventing iiuir extinction. But
n will 1" i Maryland and
? |uate value.
'it rab is not an ocean era!?.
He Inhabits such
We are in
formed that the female crab spawns
but ? r bar life.
g and the tiny > ? ling
to ti?. mother until they an* capa!
t, whin she ruts them Off in the
win m ? and
wide. The mother crab at tl
Is known as the spot
it v '. her at this sta^e
that the Virginia law was ; But
hes do not ol -late
and a Sponge hearer, safe in
prey in Ifaryland and
Nature has arranged that all ani
maL- preved upon are widely
prolific . Ingenuity of man is
? le of ^ktormlnatino; creatures
that Wfndnnt as the sands of
the s.a. ii.?-A-an. however, refr
from exterminating the Mue crab, if
he will, by giving it s chance to re
from his depredations.?-Vir
take trip north
HMO N D. VA.?Special.?
earl) IM nun. including ollicers
of the Richmond Light
titry Blues, left bare from the
nd < 'hie Rail tlon
afternoon at 4:30 o'clock
i joy trip to the North, anab?
Rhode island, Connecticut and
York. A huge crowd gathered
;i and at times the eh
tag was deafening. So larga was the
. that tralll blocked for
on lower Main Street in
the vicinity of the station. The crowd
included with it a large contingent
ils. Who, Waving a farewell to
Oldler hoys, added to
?l?o impl s Of the scelle.
iving the armory, at Sixth and
Marshall a shot time before
our companies of the
battalion, accompanied by the band,
the station. Hundn ds
the line of march
nd windows to wlt
the parade. One? at the station
the whole company was quickly ab?
sorbed by the train, which departed
?n?. The battalion left by way
m \ News, where a specially
k them en routa
to l'ro\ ioeace, R. !.. where they will
arrive early tomorrow morning- They
will proceed to Hartford and New
Haven, where thej will be entertained
by the Governor's Foot Quarda. The
battalion Will arrive In Hartford, ac?
cording to schedule, at f. o'clock Tasa
day afternoon, remaining there until
clock Thursday mornin.tr.
when the soldiers will leave for New
Haven. The Tale town will i>e
reached .... hour later. In New Haven
the nines will remain until 9 o'clock
Saturday will ho spent in New York
city. The battalion will board the
for Newport News at mid?
night, arriving at the ^Virginia port j
iik' at 7 o'clock. A train j
will be in. waiting to bring then
Rich here I hey are due at 10
o'clock Sunday night.
As it looks upon the chosen party I
! iiant. the donkey and
'he great American i
moved t<> wonder how it, a
two-legged creature, ever came to
the emblem of the whole
> i*, tersburg Progi ?
t Is on the pumpkin,
And the gold is on the quince,
Then the coal man K'ets as haughty
As a busted foreign prince.
?Vance, in Staunton Leader.
As a political barometer. Vermont
j has merel*. confirmed a ?encrai belief.
f I? raid-Courier.
NAVAL APPRENTICES DROWN
DURING LAKE NKHIOAN GALE
Ulli \<:o\ III_?peciaU- ?
I Ight dead I IctaUM of ?
Saunas accident near the Patted
Btat training station at
? Bluff, ? red
frooi the bike today when uu 1"
quest Mas beitun.
Three other* are i i
Among the dead
\\. t:. Negus, uuiitier- mate, the
v ?tiiicir in charge <>r law
hu- capedzed In a
heavy sea with twenty-five men
men umler '? nul.
The dead: \v. I . lathrol
ton. <>.: i: ? . Harlan. lUoomlng
. Ind.; .i
burg, Pa.; v.. ti.?
o. ro. Ma*
?uto. III.: W. Woothuatu*
Warsaw, hu?.: A. \\. i:..
helievc the sahaaaaj saeu
Tbc aeeident ?>e?Mirred alter tie
.. r had Im-cii rowed -.?nie dis?
tance hito t ? . \
bwcNi wind upraag no ami
i- nu m l and strove ?alnl |
keep the *hO ? wind tr
to a gale and the hi?*\|x
rieii<-i d lads bet-ante
I ?ta? . le .ill-, :?. ||)|?
t?> reach tlie training station, but
?iriven \h lor?" the u
hi?. i i
U?* ( ' unvlior, h?>p
t ? !.
? ? i
GIRL'S FATHER ?S SAID TO HAVE
INFORMED ON WESLEY EDWARDS
Admits That He Infoi n ed the De
tectives of Whereabo
She Wittingly L
tives to Des kleines.
BOA50KE, \ \.
t'hh'i* W. Ci. Baldwin and Detec?
tives II. ?i. Lucas and ? K ;??. M
day arrive?! lure at noon with
v .Mien and \\ ?>sle\ ?Edwards,
Of the Carroll outlaw clan, who
w?ie arrested hi Des Moines,
v were hui >< i to the
Agent y, where thi ?
gra| in d and held . >nr.
t iu?'i Baldw In lj
ni?'<i that Ma ?iven
Information wldcli led to the ?r
rest of Allen und t?lwards in
ihe rosing woman arrived <m
the train with \'
An ofticinl ?internent is being
prepared bj the Baldwin Agenc)
a- to the pan played by the ^iii.
How ii'iii i !???_
Will who le?l
the the eonti
neal hiding place of tin
two fugitives, !>?? able to ctalm?
.Miss Inner was to have mar
itl it was
the young man's belie," that slu
was Journeying across the coun
trj t<? become hi- u
II?' ?iocs noi believe ?hat Ida
sweetheart betrayed him.
The'girl herself ilenies it.
so does Chief of Detectives
Governor Mann, however, who
must pa] ?nit the Mate's reward.
?m? s to ?liseuss tiu- matter.
??| hav?? nothing to say in re?
gard l?> this." BUid the <;<>>cnior
today. " cannot discuss II."
Ad ordittg to a scatemenl which
the girl i- said to have made to
Chief ol Pottce Jenney, of Dea
Moines, she deUberatel) betra
tin- fugitives l?ir th?' revvar?!
which bad been offered ber.
??l have been prondsed the r?
ward for Hi?1 arr?>~t of these two
n.? ii." ane Is said to have told
Chief Jenney, just before leaving
fur the train. "1 am going back
tonight to claim my share of it."
Mi'? holer, who lives near Mt.
Airy. N. t\. which is about thirty
miles from Hlllsvllle, hoarded a
train for the West last Tuesday
Baldwin, Lucas and
Handy, of Roanoke, who knew
that -he was y?iinir and knew
where she WgS going, boarded the
train with her.
When the girl changed can the
detectives changed cars. They ?ii?!
not leav?' her tor a minute.
The girl declares that ahe ?li?l
not know slu- was being followed.
In Des Moines, la., where the
fugitive outlaws were caught. De?
tective Lucaa accompanied Miss
Iroler to the boarding house at
which sitlna Allen and Weslej
Edwards wer?' living.
Sidna Alh'ii was upstairs.
Word was s?'iit that visitors
wished t?> -???? him. lie cante
down an; found himself looking
in t?> the m?sale off Detective
Locas' revolver. Seeing that r?%
slstance was nsefess, the moun?
Th?> ?irl. necordlng to telegra?
phic reports, expressed r.ur>?rlse
that the detective shonM '?" with
her, but ap|K'ar?"d to sliovv no
concern for tit?- fate of the pris
ley Edwards was an
a short tint?' later in another part
of tin' City. He had adopted the
name of -ice ?fackson and was
war king v*ith a paving ?a
ROTH I \sll\ CAUGHT.
Tim detectives seemed t<? know
exactly where In* wa>. an?l they
experienced no difficulty in find?
ing hbn. As he boarded a stre?'t
ear the officer? sur,roiin?ie<i it.
The fugitive autrendered.
Sidna Allen called himself Tom
Savre. lie had adopted the car
|H-iit?'r's trad?', and Intended to
remain in Iowa. he savs. until
"things got quiet hack bom?'."
The two men?Allen ami Ed?
wards?are now probably locked
in the Roanoke jail.
Mi-s Iroler is in the returning
part>. She says that she will
marry Wesley Edward? if i
irdlng to h report from
Roanoke, th?> guTs father. ?Frank
Iroi. i , ctlres brin
lie bed heard, he Mud, (h;jt his
crivcd ? i? i
I rum Wesley l :d wards. The letter
nths after the
IlillstlUc tragedy. Ii was to tin
.u Wcstey would let the
i iiiiu as soon as be
? on Id rea? h n pla? <? ly.
\Y? ?I? > Kdwards also -eut iln?
.\iii< h seem? to bare been
stolen, l'iii utter recovered.
mi;k i \rm i:> PART.
?i\ preparing for her
trip i<> Iowa, Die girl made nnmer>
u?n ;<< the >lt. Airy
Mr. Il r says be
??u.-pirious when it? ? i la tighter told
liai -M?- v ?
in lii^ii Point, \. c. and
i ii.tt ii<- at once notified ?in- de
v < -.
The Journey across the coun
-: "i ilio two
\i? rii?> Unie tliat the detectlr?
and ill? ir gunmen wer?- scoui
tin' Carroll eonnty mountains
Sldna Ail? n and ; dwards
were hiding nearby. Thej ?pent
a month, they deviare, In the
mountains of \ Irglnla and North
Carolina, then went to Kentucky,
u"in- to Louisville, nrhere i
From Louisville tbejr went to St.
Louis; thence t?> iu-s Moines,
where they Intended to renanln
until it ?as safe to icturu
PART TIIEY TOO!..
There seems to be no doubl ;
garding the conviction of Sktna
Allen ami Weslej Edwards. Sldna
i- posltivelj known to have -hot
v cording to an a< count writ?
ten i'v one of ill." moat careffnl
newspaper men pr?sent In Hill??
ville Inmnedlatelj after the snoot
Ing and at ih?> subsequent trial
Un- evidence shows the fo?owi
"When Floyd Allen, da* <?>n
vtcted prisoner at the bar, arose
and announced tli.it be would not
go i<? jail, a shot ratal Ott from
the nortlicasf corner of the cosnrt
room. This shot was tirc^l by
Claude Swanson \ll?*n.
"Judge I>. V.. Boten, Carroll
county's leading rlttaea, saw him
Are it. and san the Uni and dual
Hy from Jwfge sfssair'n shoulder.
This was ill?- only one of the
judge*? wounds whicb could havre
fatal. Time after tinte Judge
Holen has reiterated the state?
ment on the wltncsse stand that
the situation admits of no mistake
?be saw Claude Alien tire the fa?
tal shot. In the next moment
Sldna Allen's pistol rang out with
a snot, which struck Judge M
si?' in the arm. The judge ha?l
turned when he received the Brat
bullet, and -aw the second one
tired. In his dying moments he
said that ?ido i Allen -hot him.
but it is generally thought lie sup?
posed this, seeing Sklna Allen
the second -hot.
?After the shooting had hrrointi
general, Sldna Allen leaped from
the bench, followed by his
nephew, and advanced to lh?' jury
ii?.\. between the bench and the
bar. Turning', with a smite on
his face, lie tired one more bullet
Into the body of the dying1 juri-t.
Then he left the ennrtroom, to
engage In a duri on the outside
wiih Clerk Dexter Goad."
The reward for Sldna Allen is
$2,800, a part of it Ix-in:; offered
by the General government, as the
m.m was wanted for perjury in
connection with counterfeit ?.
Pending the bearing of an appeal
??f the tases. Alleu, who hud been
Indicted ami ?omitted <>f perjury,
? ! been allowed bail.
When the Hlllsvllle murders
were committed the ball wa- or?
dered forfeited by the United
si.'i?s District Court and the re?
ward for the fugitive ?ftere I.
The reward for Weslej Ed?
wards is si.-.
A . I rch
T. ?; driven i ition is ap?
ing to t? ? for
? oi^r up salt river.?
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