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GUARANTEE
Your Money Back
If You Wnnt It.
<rr r .Morial Page, First Column.
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First to Last?the Truth. News
Editorials - Advertisements
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SUNDAY. JULY 4. 1915. SEVEN PARTS FIFTY-SIX PAGES.
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PRICE FIVE (FATS.
/. P. Morgan Shot by Pro-German Fanatic
Who Set Senate Bomb; "Condition Good"
HUERTA JAILED
AFTER OROZCO
MAKES ESCAPE
i Ex-Dictator. Locked
L Up? Fails to Furnish
New Bond.
OROZCO E5LUDL D
GUARDS IN NIGHT
Go ii on Border?
Fug .t Already Re
?i Across.
MAY TAKE JUAREZ
Garr: I To Be Ripe for
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eral Villa.
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GUARD WILSON CLOSELY
AT HOME IN CORNISH
? Ban a .
Washington. Jui_v 3.?Extra ,,r0.
caatioaa ?ero tuken by the police
to-(l;i> to guard the White House.
I he force of policemen was in
rreaaad nnd instruction* were given
to exercise additional vigilance in
searching for cranks. Similar
n eaaaraa ?ere taken at the Slate,
War and \n\> BafMiag,
l'r. -nient \\ usons animer home
?I Cornish is guarded da) and night
h\ Secret Service men. No addi?
tional guards ?ere sent there to?
day, because it i* thought the nine
tren no? there are enough. The
guard ?ork* in eight-hour shift?,
watching both the front and the
back of the house incessantly.
FUGITIVE POISONER
LOOKED LIKE HOLT
Harvard Instructor Who Fled
After Wife's Death Resembled
Morgan's Assailant.
Cambridge, Mass.. .Inly 3. A dincov
ery that Frank W. Holt, who shot J.
. bears some resemblance to
Eric Muenter, a former Harvard Uni
tor, who disappeared
'he death of his wife by poison
years ago, was seriously
:'.? to-night.
Patrick J. Hurley sai<i he
n the
Hol! and those of the fusi?
lle ^ent records in the M
..?e,i t" sum?
mon " ho know Muenter to
to N'vw York to visit
?
It v thai Mrs.
poison
hich she had taken with 1...
Her ? un in
: structor in German at Harvard for two
tl ? authorities could
question him. He was never appre?
hended.
Acquaintances of Muenter told the
police at the time that he ?as ?
iny, that a .sister, Hertha ('. Muen?
ter, wa tei er in Chi
? ad eome to Harvard
from ' ' '-. . -:.-. He was
it tl - ' live years of ape.
RUSSIA AUTHORIZES
$500,000,000 ISSUE
Two Loans Will Be in 5 Per Cent
Short Term Notes, Free of Tax.
in Low Denominations.
Petrograd, July 3. The "Official
Jouri | ed to-day an irr.
. the ? '?'
? treas
I each.
? of .">
? rm notes, free of in
be m denominations
upward. This low di
to give the loan
? ; to appeal to
t.. run for six month-., be
TURKS REPORT
BRITISH REPULSE
Declare Enemy Was Driven
Hack on Oallipoli Peninsula
with Heavy Losses.
July 8. The repulse
of Br its on the Gall i pol i
rted i an
? at the Turkish
? m fol
"Ki ? '. dur
k\ Burnu
r with
British were
? ? ins."
PALMS TO SHADE 5TH AVE
Broadway, Too, May Blossom
Forth with Rustic Bowers.
?ill bask in the shade
of pa.:
a rural touch to
Broad ? D. < ox, professor of
landscape architecture at the State
?i Syracuse, car
In prepai Cox is gi
?
m New York, noting their age, condi?
tion and general te. . Then
s to turn In *.o Park < om
-, ward ? plan whi reby New
mas !" beautified arborealljr.
If ) , bureau of
established,
already coi
\venue with
palms H lin? Broadway
ALFRED STEAD
REPORTED KILLED
Cablegram to Brothcr-in-Law
Says English Diplomat Was
Assassinated in Rumania.
?llfred Stead, *on
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n Ru
,??1 re
hrother-in
oii July 1. was
Alfi-d
Kopi 1 jroing i:u
[ punctuation mark- in
?de it impossible for
Mr. Hussey to set its precise import.
MR. MORGAN AND HIS COURAGEOUS WIFE. WHO HELPED HIM DISARM ASSAILANT.
ITALIANS TAKE
TOLMINO POST,
KEY TO ISONZI
?Unofficially Reported Tlu
Town North of Gorizia
Has Fallen.
m, July 3, The Italian., hav
'? e village of Tolmino, on tl
rth of Gorizia, accoi
ll Rom? dispatch. The Au:
hold neighboring fort
tion? aril are bombarding the tow
.1 heavy artillery has : . .
brought up and mounted for u?
against the forts.
? .- to the Isonzn Va
ley, ha? been considered by the Italian
ible in their operation? in thi
district It is protected by strong natu
ral end artificial defence?, and it i
.-nid tri have been garrisoned by thirt
I
The '?ricial war report cam
. to-night]
"The enemy sustained a frei
<? front in the coastal distrid
After fruitless attacks near Sagrad?
and Polazzo the enemy renew.- I th?
assault with at least two divisioni
along thr sector of the Doberdo Plnteai
fren rolazzo to Monte Corsich. Th?
?.where were repulse.i witi
'? heavy enemy loss. Attacks a ;ains'
the Gorizia bridge head, SOUthwi
Mol ? Shbotino, wire repulsed with
i qual i
"In the last few ?lays the flgluin|
hi? pi .n the Carinthiai
der for Val Grande, east of P'oeketi
the mountain finally re*n
m our posseaaion.
"1*11 th?. Tyrolean border there wer?
local artillery duels."
The Home official bulletin issued to
night tells of continued artillery at
tacks against Malhorgpth, though it
doe- not refer to Tolmino? fall. The
lev* follows:
"Along the entire front the situa?
tion remains unchanged. The artillery
? of an intense natur?
? work? at Malborgeth and
causing serious damage and
heavy explosions
"The enemy attempted y?a?t?rday af?
ternoon a vio lent counter attack
against our positions on the Carman
? Miii rt pulsed, leaving in
our hards about 2W priso- ?
Two Civilians Killed
by Austrian 'Plane
t'dine. Itali via Paria), Jul* 3. Two
people vv i re killed and Ave Oth?
injured yesterday by bombs di
an Austrian ?crop!
Austria, near the [tal
tier, eight mil.-s northw?
Gorizia. ' ormons, which was formerly
an Austria- 's now OCCU
. the Italians,, and Austrian avia
... every da
VI'.
i In? dropped yei terday
fell on th?- . e of Signoi
killing h? i and woundi .
h?-r houreh? lied a
? ? ion of Deputy Mayor Marni.
The advance of thr Italian forn-- on
the laonso front continu?-? slowly, but
: ;. day. Tl
.nans is in- !
ng m power and occasionly they
make resolut? counter . " Thus
far. however, they hav ? f
occupied by the
ltallbl.R I
Fr fink Holt, who tried to kill the banker. Mr. Morgan's plucky
butler battered his head with a piece of cannel coal.
MRS. MORGAN TRIED TO SHIELD HUSBAND
Here is the story of the shooting as told by Mrs. J. P. Morgan to
a group of friends who called to offer sympathy:
"Wr were with Sir Cecil and Lady Spring-Rice and other guests
at breakfast when the bell rang and Physick left to answer it. In a
few moments wc heard him cry, 'Mr. Morgan, Mr. Morgan, upstairs,
quick!' Instantly Mr. Morpan jumred up and started upstairs, and I
with him. It was his idea and mine that something was wrong upstairs.
Just what, we did not know, it was not our idea that there was any
danger in the hall that Physick was trying to get Mr. Morgan away
from. We believed. I think, that there might be a fire up there.
"We got upstairs and went through room after room and every?
thing was all right, until we came out into the front hall way. I was
out first and I ?aw the fellow coming up the stairs, a pistol in either
hand. Then I knew that he was a lunatic, or worse, intent on murder?
ing "aclt, and I screamed and jumped at him. Mr. Morgan jumped at
the same time ami brushed me to one side just as the man shot. Mr.
Morgan landed upon him and they went to the floor together.
"I think I got one of the revolvers. Mr. Morgan got the ?-?ther, and
was trying to subdue him when the servants and otheis came in. Physick
had something in his hand, with which he hit the fellow, and then he
was not so troublesome to handle. For a little man he was very active
and strong. Then the servants came and tied the fellow up with trunk
straps and ropes.
"I asked him why he wanted to kill Mr. Morgan. He said he did
not want to kill Mr. Morgan, but that he did want him to stop sending
ammunition to the Allies and stop murdering able-bodied men.
"The first that I knew that Mr. Morgan was hurt was when he
called Dr. Zabriskie's number, and said he had been hit.
"After the doctors rame I asked Physick what had happened. He
said the man had given him a card, and that when he saw that it was
no one that Mr. Morgan would want to see at the house anyway, he
told the visitor to wait. Suddenly the man pushed the pistol against
Physick and forced his way into the hall. Physick very shrewdly tried
to get him into the library, and risked his own life to get a chance to
warn Mr. Morgan.
"A.-, he ?.ame up the stsirs at us he said something, it sounded like,
'Want to see Mr. Morgan.' Mr. Morgan made no answer to that, but
jumj-ed for him. ?-V-ll the time the fellow was on the floor trying to
wrestle his way out he kept talking, but I could not make out what he
was saving. I guess 1 was too excited.
"Then tiie police came and took the fellow away.
"Mr. Morgan was very cool through the whole thing. His idea
seemed to be to save me from harm."
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HOLT STUDIOUS,
ALWAYS CALM,
CORNELL RECORD
Father-m-Law in Dallas
Says Act Must Have Been
Due to Insanity.
Dallas, Tl The family of
i the Rev, O. D. Sensabaugh, presiding
j elder of the Methodist Episcopal
i Church i South I for the Hal
? the father-in-law o:' Frank Holt, who |
j rhot J. Pierpont Morgan at den
Long Island, was griefstrieken I
. when word cam- vent. Mr.
Sensabaugh said he doubted if the
: who attempted to kill the financie I
really his son-in-law, although the de?
scription he had received showed that,
they were apparently the sume.
He is an American citizen, u.' Ger- '
man d n W ?scon- |
sin. Both he and hn wife, wi
lUgh, were ?I
of 1907 n the Polytechnic University,
Fort Vi
"He has been ? perfect gentleman In
the ten years he has been married to
my daughter," he said, "and if he
really did such ft thing there can only
ne. one reason. He must !." . Here
he stopped. .
"It must have been a men'al aberra?
tion?" was suggested.
"It could have been nothing else," he
replied, "if i? in my son-in-law. 1 can?
not discuss ray daughter now," he
added.
h lit has two children a boy three
years old and a girl thirteen months,
ituth are now here with their m.
Before coming to Dallas he worked for
a tierninn tirm in Mexico, and he
speaks Spanish, French aiu: German.
He was the clas> poet at. Polytechnic,
and under In* picture m "The Parrot,"
the university annual, there uppear
these lineal
"Man' ge animal and makes
strange
Of i ' :re and van 'is nrr,,
And likes partie. iuce
Some new experiment to show his
parts."
He was characterized to-night by Ms
father-in-law, who is one of the
known ministers in this part of the
stale, as a man who "thought deeply
on the Kuropean war" and "who was
opposed to all war and strife."
When Mr. Sensabaugh was informed
that Holt h.
bomb in the Capitol at Washington he !
exclaimed: "On, that true,,
but I thank yon . >?. 1
: him not to go tu New V. rn
bummer He has overworked him-!
.. insanity must have
. yroan continue ! th?'
daugl '
her husband this morning which
he had been siek and nt for
Holt had signed a contract to teach
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Banker, Attacked in Glen Cove
Home, Gets Bullets in Hip and
Abdomen?Doctors Reticent.
WIFE BATTLES ASSAILANT
Frank Holt, Cornell Tutor, Sought to End
War by Explosion in Capitol, Appeal
to Financier and Threat to Wilson.
Frank Holt, a Cornell University instructor and Gerrr.an sym?
pathizer, yesterday morning shot and seriously wounded J. Pier
pont Morgan in his Glen Cove home. Last night Holt confesser
that he on Friday placed a bomb in the Senate wing of the Capitol
at Washington, and after it had exploded came direct to New
York to see Mr. Morgan and attempt to "persuade him to stop
sending ammunition and arms to Germany."
Holt in his confession, which Oaptain Thomas Tunney, of the
Manhattan anarchist squad, and Justice of the Peace William E.
Luyster, of Glen Cove, wrung from him with what is best known
. as the "third degree," was prepared, he said, to use dynamite to
convince Mr. Morgan of the necessity of "becoming neutral."
The police also have reasons for suspecting that Holt planned
to pay a visit to President Wilson at the summer captai in
Cornish, N. H., prior to his coming to New York from Ithaca.
United States Secret Service men were last night working on the
theory that he is one of the men who have been writing threaten?
ing letters to the President.
Unofficially it is stated that Mr. Morgan's greatest danger is
from blood poisoning, it being possible that fragments of clothing
were carried into the wounds by the bullets, which themselves
mav not have been overclean.
BELIEVE HOLT
SENT THREATS
TO PRESIDENT
Capital Officials Seek to
Link Letters with
Other Crimes.
[fror- :
Washington. July 3. Frank II?''.-.
who has confessed *hp shooting of J.
1' Morgan ami the exploding of an in?
fernal machine in th?> Capitol, is the
author of several threatening I
sent to President Wilson, officials
have been working on the CS
ed to-night. All day the wire? between
Washington and Cornish have been
busy in ai: -ich a
theory.
Th? news that H?'it had admitted he
place?! the infernal machine in the
Capitol wa? a source of u"-eat satisfac?
tion to Seer * Servie? men heie,
it tended to continu their I
the three things were connected.
Ineidentelly, the ne-.? ? hud
confessed was held back In New York
to give those working on the Was
ton etui a chance to find out what the?,
could about the outr.-i?,??-.
. I olie? bel ev? that Holt ha-- ?
several visits here recently. A letter
which he sent to the local paper? to?
day explaining that the Capitol
dated dune 1. This ! ???
"R. Pearee," ami hud heir,
hour ? ?
!? -.?us learned her?
come to Washington from [thaca, N. V
He placel the machine, which con
of cither nitroglycerine or dynai
with sulphuric acid, match?!
onating cap.?-, in " ? t
in th - it of the S
: long
? .- t had ?
and then ' ' 12:10 train for
New York. He arrived igh to
go to tl home on Long 1
Inc hreut
?
here thiit there had I mutual
flood of left? t < during th? laat fes?
months, onl part?cula:
tation. about '?
amUl ' "ii -'art. d. ' I
1 th which ? '
i? guarded b? th.- Secret S
lice, it would b<- next to impos
plaeed then
comparatively ea?y to p
bomb in aim? it any otb r
in?.
It is feared here, ar : I nc of
'he reu-??".
tion bi
that there may be several mi.r
I ..iitlmirit on lu?ate .1. rnlunin .'>
NO VITAL ORGAN HIT:
CONDITION EXCELLENT
T; t M or ?j an firm i.<.?i/.'?i this
etatement last even ?
A further examination <>f Mr.
Morir?n'") ?nunil? ?twee ?hat the
bullets dnl not in??il\e an. vital or?
gan. The condition ?if the patient
continues excellent. Signed.)
J W MARKOE.
H. H. M. LY1 I.
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| up the attempt to blow up Al
'? negie'a house a we.a
that Holt was the d)
? cas>e.
Reticent Aboi.t Uoind
Th seriousness of I
upon Mr. "
made known by 1
cans or m ?
doctoi
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