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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 1911.
sip t:l t the ! t.f (he h'Jid W Mb i t! ' ..(" fr-.m Fourth ((, I'itias. Mr. 5-.II hot a---t i . .- (ie . . tat 1 I'- " -r-r.- in M the fror-t r! . r in the day M. i tied I.iii'h I'a' k t tin point r-f t,,"t rv l it'll. d In lntp riiANK WILLIAM. I 1... kwnith hepr rn per vfueen lliiiln rmn I'.inv, ! In ihe ta k while t..ii'l Jnt on a street outside of (he n!)i'l danger inn -. Wound ilntiif-r-oi:s, rharb Vethru youo Am.rl.an fiahUna with the tnurrei-t.,, rami- In to Il-USlaS Kl IliVhtfUl. -wk I wounded In th breast, f I - m taken to (he ttej Crow hmtul. Wxlrr'i h"tne i In I'.neiklvn. II nulil there were no wounded in Aima I"rila. all those Injured limine; al ready Iiii brought t. the American Id. Keibrals to the numlr of 1 SOO r Jist south of Asm Fried, hi said, and b hind them, la the combined forca of Antonio Oarria and Jiiun Cabral. numberln 1.200, while In Arua Prteta, the garrison forces num ber i. Weilt-f Ml 'I the plan was for Ca. liral and Onrt l.i b drive the federal force towards the. A;ua Prbin hull rlnc, where they will ilth.-r have to surrender b the rebels or tlanh for t i American l.ne and surrender t" 111"! Amerti an soldiers. Jack Hamilton, lH.ualas, wounded in bai k while watching the battle mlth forty others rn.m the top of an udolie huune nfi.ril hloi k limit tit lhi lull rnalimiHl liin-. Jiim Ah'iintiira, IiiiukIu". rhuli wound in lf. , Mr. Ijiron. v-rrly rut hy th hatt rHl Rlum of lh kll' In n w In flow of h rtlHir. John K'lih, IiotiKhm, wotimli-d In th leg while ulkn of) th tnt't. or than half of tlx- i ll of Imuv lul undi-r tire irom thr hi'uln tilug to th end of tl) I.hIII.-, Thr t'n it ii tHiit- luntotn houiw wna In th Olrn-t rumn of tin- attack, and thn I'nltrd r!tatii aoltlicr ii-ir tlnrc had to arli ahcltcr for irottcti.n. When the luUtltt tx'K. I'olnncl William A. Hhunk. coinniati(Hii(f thf I'nltrd Slatua iroopi,. ruahctl Mi four troo of citvalry to the line nnd took -vry (MtHtbti piecHutlon lor the ufity of the I'ltlM-na of lioiialim. kM'i'lna them out cT t hut portion of the tl'v vhlch t(iiililcrd to he ixpoiil tu th bulU-tH. ThU. how ever, did not avail to ave Anicrh iiiik from Injury. Kvery Indication point to it r innu'tlon of fluhtiiiR toniKht or to morrow. If the r'dcral ahouhl ptove surct-Mfiil It miaiot that the laltli will ) rorrled to lh Kticclit of Aguu I'rlclu with InclfHfdng mcnacn to thi tltUiim of IioiiKln. i There la a movement toniKht aninng tllO liatllllK clli.eim of IlotlKl" aeud a lurHB iiumlicr of teleKranm to I'rejident TVft anklns him to r ife Ituard at any rout, thw Uvea ot Ano rl i an cltUetm. At 2 o'clock tht rel-l Mppoared to liHV repiilHid th federal luliik ul ery point. About thi time three rfel'i I a' otita, ninuntml ntid carrying tlit viilet aHshe flylnu from hoth hi inn, u lili h dtnlKiuttea tin in on the field of hattlt1. dnxrtetl 'out of tiiej louth extremity of Ariiu I'liela nml ntado i wide detour toward the eimt and north, compleiina; their arc ol ohiervatlon at the American line without drawing th Tire of the kok rrnntetit troop. Thi Indicated thai tlm rebel had been aiici eioirul In kccpliif the federal from uuIhIhk h -few to that locality Immediately touth of the tnlernntlonal line li .vould have mmle poeHtble a' Hunk lliov ement BKHhiKl AKlla I'rletil. With every moment of rcaplie from the lluhtlni. It"' Iiihiii rectum ilu- id n peratily In their treniln. Thi) Anniimn anurd at the line captured lata today three Mrimnlit from th rebel Karrlaoii, who had crnaacd Into tile I'nltrd Hlnte Colonel Mmnk received a telcxi-iim at 1 o'cIim k, HtMtliiK that Cnl'iiu I Sib ley and t'hlcr irf htaff Nlchohi had left Kl I'uao and would r ach DoitK la In the mornlnK. "How Iiiivp th American people In liouulaa acted tinder the mtiiatloti '." w nheil of Colonel hhnnk. ' Splendidly,'' nnwcrei the colonel "They are siUiiu our i.itr"l no li no ble hat-vrr and ure oh-ylnx nil reiilatlon to the Idttr." Another cltixen of luaiKiiin a hot Int today. ICI I'ldlu Ar. e, a Mexleun rellldent. MUX on l!le roof of hmme on Hixth afreet when n t ti 1 1 t etruck him on the Inntip. II, wm remove,! to the hospital. A bullet panned throimh h. mu. eral otflce of h mlnlnn company, where nevMiffrti men, nil member ol the uYficiHl and clerical ruin-, m il. ,il ork. The fifth non-cMtiUiatnnt In lie Wounded ind.iv In 1o'ikIum, J.kuk Al caiilarii, a Mexican, vvu ahoi while near to file l astern llllllt or the cily. I blin k tiom the liiirniit,iia line Hi leg nail pier, e.l by a Mauser lull let, .t the He, I t'roKB himplliil niore hed mipplle were needed and (hi- cn ponied nil, notice Inserted ,, t,, lleWttpaper. ihIIIhi- oil Hie 1i,.iii;1:is people In mipplv tliein, 'Che r,'ni,ni. uinona the i insti l, ,, lininmliiite. At 4 hi , h the tiriiiK. cpi of a dekuKury nature, bad e.IH the soiitli ol Agiin Cleta. A f'.ri e Ihniulil to be i,i, tn hun been ir.iMi,K forward 1 r. ni licit ,1 il IlllS Hi iccn fin ineir liaioi ami knees tnnu bush to bush and hi J il h id -prcniehed lo within ;'ni ihiiIh of the rebel trenches. At tills illslaiue lin y picked from hi borne a rebel cap- tain commumllm; one ,,f the s'liiail In the trenches, Frank Williams, an Ann rU tin. while Rtandllm in tiie ery center d tha business dlsi 1 1, i ,,f 1 . uc In l,,le today. oddeiily wliu ed nnd fell tn t lie afreet, lie wounded In the h,n i ny a uiauser oiinei. wiiiliiim in well known renlilenl. Ills wile ni l child were standing, by him whin he wna ahot. At the aanie nnuii.nl William w.i shot down a Mauser loillef tinuk tin front of the elty wat r commissi. nn r f pfllfe on KleVcfltli s'riil twelve Mot'K from the Interninlcn.il line The bi.liet Imbedded Itself In the solid liHek wait three liniies, Another wa added lain thi after noon to the rapidly Increasing list of Americana who are Ling liot down 1C, T'-mi.-l f Iinilt- : i las, making a-yen in a 'I. At 5 u u k ! , J'.iii. Ki!h. employed lv the I'.'iiKlas , Lumber inmiwiu. was )n.t through! j the leu with a M.iuer l iiib t while vn Ki.-hth atret-t. nuo- Mock from the j !, ternaiiorial In r. lit w is taken to i t.'ie ld hospital. . lU.'ii' t.i were ruimti as far norjh as Twelfth street whi'h i thlrtein full, j I'!' fcs from th Mexican border. "Th, cert-, ilitS oltirht lo lie stop- ' I'l'd'" said Ma;.. i Mcuce of Itioilas. J "Alii ,-ndy nun iit ur.j of Iioiigla 'have lei-n r!io) down in the streets f I this -tty and bell. ! are striking j loiil.liT.fcS. pierdnic hm.s- and drop. , pint; In yari where little children are. i plsix Ins? a fur m.r'h of lbs Mexican I border "lie nii'e. I atn now erideav- J orlntr to ti t si, me i, tion tni'.nit the' , cit, tens of J)oinrla which will brine I I thn mater to the attention of lreai-! dent Tuft. ! I Colomi KhinJi w Ir.d all Inform iti I.' ! on trie nta,-,',.ii t l'ri ideiit Talt At i'.'l Al.iVfir Meijiii-i- aent the I following rnes.nte to I'r.-siient Taft:! K x person shot In IioiikIh today! I durmt; battle between Mexican feiler- i I'.,, and Inaurreeto force. Uittilj still raging and worst yet to come, j T!'illet are fallln? hII over the city, j Cannot omethliis ),o done for out profei tlon''' ' A evening approached, nutlet eon- : liiui.-d to fall Into !"iitrhis. i The auraeona at the Ited Cross ho. llal extracted the Mauser bullet friu.i j the breaat of Frank William. The bullet struck William In the hat-it, passed around the rib Mini lodged In the breaslbone. The wound i serious nnd possibly fatal. Just before rilnht fell on (he plain, a ilartnic nnd brilliant hit of work was shown by the federal force, All aft ernoon the federal eavilry was under fire from the rebel trenches to the east of the town. The main bodv of, the federal Hoops were lo the rear in j a long grassy draw, opening; enKt:i-j wise Into ti rilfht allele ravine t the' north and within 400 yards of Attuij I'rieta. The federal commander! mounted two and three men on em it j of the cavalry horse, and then under i the full fire from the trent he of tne rebel fucliiK the mouth at (hi gtassyi draw, du-dn d to the ravine where the ' extra aoldler were dropped olf the' horses, the rldr nnd horse returning! to the rear lo repeal (he performance.! In (hi way the federal landed iin-t der cover of the ravine and cinliink-' mi ni several hundred foot solill' rs. Shortly after tilahllall this force In (he ravine crept up to the crest of ; the embankment and opened u ter rific fire upon Agim I'riein. shootlm?; promiscuously Into every bulldlnKi within ranie of their mm. I'eople ' stood at the telephones In Anna l'rle- In and report d to Douttla the puss-! aie of steel bulbi tliroiiKh the ndobo wall of their home, llirotiijh win down, (hrouKh door ami (liroiiKli the Hpllutered roofs. 'W are ready for them," t-atne the laconic messaae "from the rebel force awnltinM the otiHluusht at the bull pen and behind every cover. At x:3G toniKht Halamirii) liaril't' came out of Akuu rrlnliv nhme and! (rallied th American line fit li ace-1 (me, vher h sui remli i ed himself us a n Imllvidiiiil and not a commander! of the Akuu I'rieta forces, to Captain I (iuujot of the First Cnited Sta(e! tu vu.lt')', who wii on the line at the' time. j (iarcla vva Immcdlalely taken toj pi my headiiuarter nl City Hall park. S II!m surrender for a lime aave rls.. to (hi- crv in HolKlas (hat (he rebels J.,.., SUI ri-tldcl'ed. ('In- of (he spectacular features of lh lute afternoon vva (he pnaiiKe of an Ainethan, liavid Clin ki ll of Nuco. (hroiiuh (he federal and rebel fight ing; line. Crockett did not know that the ballle vva In progress until he found hlms'-lf In (he federal ranks. The federals took Ills horse and hud dle, turiie, him loose and he cume forward throuu.li Hie rebel forces. Tin rebels balled lilm and then paused him throiiith tlielr line to (he Ameri can bonier from which point he reio h. d r'0ugin. At 4,'i loniKh( the reib-ral brouKltt Inlo play u tluce-i'iiuiiil field pine utid biKiin liamnierltiK away at Akuu I'ricla with ulicllh. At K.3U a. teiiiT- lo explosion shook the entire town. It occurred near Hm bull ring mid lit believed to have been a mine pluecd there by the rebel immediately after they captured Agua liietu. The field piece began o hammer H Willi shells. About 11. .'Ill u rebel message vvaj curried lo the American niinv offi cers ut the line Imploring them to us" rolled Slate troop to prevent (he federal foice from fighting, irom the adobe slaughter house immediate ly lo (he east of Douglas. This slaughter house Is directly on line, hut wllli the exception of small whig wall, it la nil Ametiiaii side. on Ihe; i . American cavalry 1 bugle asscml, led al ! At (his hour lb nl (he i all of Ihe Filth street and d avenue, where the! roll wan called and then the whole! force went hack to their statii n along the tilth slrcc( patrol. Anniii'tin army officer believe thai the federals have thrown it flung line from u point near th bull ring to (he American line nl (he slaughter limine an. I another line cxt.'iidini: loin this to the south and thai at duybivak the big "V" will os,. In eh, I ill -1 1 the town. Most of the dead and wounded art lying on the hattleibld where there has been no access to ihem todtu. tn (he terrific sun (in- wounded lmv lain where (hey rill. Just how vvclf tin- federal army Is pi ov hied with wa ter is not known ex.-i pt thai the forces prohiihl) ut 11 1 have ncccsa lo H'llphnr Springs, the camp lar-l iuhl. The American Ite.l cross has made provision (o rush iloun (he Nacoxart railroad a water tank filled with wa ter whb h w is to be protect, , bv a t!-d Cross ilm nml guarded by Kei. cross field no u. ' If (his wilier is i, kept Horn the federal army, however," the message I loin the r bc commalidet. "we will be obliged to tear il to pM-ces vv H ,t our guns.'' At 10 45 all filing had leased along the 1 1 tic- of enllelu buiciit mid for the Hist lime since ti :ia thi moi lung. Millet rclKhed. The rebels at that hour held every position thev had nt dawn notwithstanding- thin (hey vveie di-serted-by one of (heir leader A(uro llt.-dl l.opet was n Douglas tonight, hut will probably be In the ii;bt again In the morning The r-'b- In the atreet un-1 buildi U sM-rt that Ju..n Cabral T rce arrived in A .a rnetn Milium, mi thi I, doiiMed in I Smii Ha denied rn-r (he te! pl.nr.c that any forie of ret,--: iame there trom Nrntali-i aioi eltrt d overland for Aua I'rieta. MorniiiK iH '- the ruiewal of ihe c.nfln t. The lo-m of t"y n.nnot le aw ertainei, tiovernor luan of Arizona. he i cK-d for an opinion on the eilua tiin In IouIk wild I have wired to I'residi tit Ta-': I make my report on condition her.'. The citizen of lMu!ax, n we'l :i" strainer In the city have obewl with rommendablo aood will all th" order and reaulatlon of the a'mv Hml civil authorities." i Notwitostandina the excitement ';f the day. there were po arrest ni.ide by the feoldicr and almost pel fev t or der a pr- served. I!(. li: (tlXSTIM ItKiKS JOH Sit SMUOl S TllH I I.'.. Ix-nver, April IT. "There will ix no inlerventlon; no trouble bet wee ,t the Cnited State and Mexico- fe'-l ciuKe ture of thi. though I am no prophet, nor aeer, but siieak oni.. from tht, standpoint of a practical in vestigator of International tond t."n;! throughout the world." a-rt d ftaron d'Kstournellea de Constan. t!.e French diplomat. In an nddree bef- te the Denver chamber of commerce tut arternoon. "When I arrived In New York." he rondnued, "and heard about talk about a war with Slexlco It aeemed to me childish, and I went tu Texa to I ascertain w hat It wag all about. I 1 found that It waa nothlna a mere fallacy. A lontf aa you have neighbor there will be more or les friction, juet a there I sure to be between families occupying adjoining flats; but wise, broad-minded people easily and readily adjust aueh trivial difference and difficulties as may arise. "No doubt Mexico ha lo-r Internal troubles and will take her own method of aettllns; them, and the Cnited State 1 perfectly right In policing the bor der to prevent filibustering and the like, but there I no necessity or ex cuse to? International trouble." URGE REPEAL OF NEW YORK ANTI-BETTING LAW Albany, N". V.. April 17. The re- iieal of the law- enacted last yenr, : milking directors of racing iii-socla- lions liable for gambling at rue ! track Is recommended by the stale i racing commission in Its annual re i port Pi the i 'gieiuture tonight. The commission say this Is necessary If "r-icing j to survive In any rnrrn 1 whatever In this state." ! The former racing laws, the com- tnliloi points out, were prepared 1 Willi greut care, designed to permit ! rming and minimize betting; at the ! tracks, i. ml under (hem "(he number of persons who could by any possi bility make bets there ilid not exceed one-fiftieth part of one per cent of I (he population of (tie slat"." j 'I he maintenance of breeding thor : oughbred horses Is seriously threat ' eiied us n result of the cessation of ! riu ing, in the opinion of (he commis sioners, who therefore urge, the repeal of the legislation blamed for exist ing conditions. , T. n . . . nmonn t iro 'CARTER HARRISON TAKES OATH AS MAYOR OF CHI Chicago, April 17. Carter II. Har iIm.ii took the oath of office tonluht ii nd became mayor of Chicago for the flflh time. He wis Inducted Inlo of fice without gniit ceremony, nnd ex-c.-p that the council chamber In the now city hall was crowded with friend, the meeting resembled an ordinary session of the council. Fourteen new aldermen, thirteen of them di-mocra(s, also took th. oath of office, milking the new council forty-two democrats to twenty-eight rcpublli ans. t"A TTPv bUUlLO Ul" ILL rAItU MOUNTED POLICE FOUND Davvson, Yukon Territory, April 17. The bodies of (he. mounted police, who set out December 22 from Fort Maepherson for Daw eon w re found not fur south of Maepherson by the relief expedition which lei t Dawson February 21. The men In (he in filled Fort Maepherson expedition, which vvna under commnnd of Cant. the I F. j. Kltzaerald, nnd consisted or Con oiir! stable Carter. Kinney nnd Taylor, perished on the banks of 1'eel river. after (heir supplies hud Blven mil and they had oaten their dogs. The nlier exoedltlon took the In, .lies to Mac- phersnn nml returned to Dawson, ar riving here today. Thousands of Genuine Testimonials --the those lunt.iry tiiliiit" of from expert - w ho k tiiiw en, proclaim that n citangc (o POSTUIVJ r i c( ills c aus-d by cof- 'There's a Reason" 'ost urn Cereal Haltle, Creek, Co., Ml, I.dt, h.. TAFTTELLSDOUGLAS CITIZENS 10 HIKE ( ooliiiioil from I'aui- 1. 4'idiiinii 2.) and governor of states, the commit tee of the chamber of deputies this afternoon made its report but with j some significant amendments. The committee has added to the j measure the clause. whi h if enacted. will forbid the election ( the presl- I dency or vice-presidency any relative of the president r vice-president. It i also Is provided thai a vice-president j cannot I? elec(e-d president. ; The commiltee members give as the reason for their recommendation the as? "motion that i.i tome time .i nret- I .lent or i .1.. i mi .!, nuA e.n ' due Influence to secure one of thene high positions for a relative. At thia particular time special sig- 1 nlflcance attarhea to the n-p'rt. Vice President Kamort Corral, who recent ly secured an elghl months' leave be- j cause of ill health, I yet Kpular with many of his countrymen. It is with in the bounds of possibility that the forralists. as hi supporters are called, might augment their numbers to such an extent that some time he might be elected president. In circle close to Corral. It is euid he will not return to Mexico to claim the vice-presidency or any office un-l lea there is a popular demand for his return. If the chamber adopt (he Bitlneg measure, Corral' election n president at any time would be unconstitu tional. . In making the measure so broad as to bar relatives from the country's high office it was regarded as (tulte possible it is aimed at Felix Dial, nephew of tho president. Oeneral Felix Diaz, now chief of police, la popular and at (he time of the last presidential campaign there wa a determined effort made by his friend to induce him to run for thc-vice-presidency. Mlnlter de Ii Harra said peace prospects appeared to him to be brighter than ever. It is known that within the last twenty-four hours communications have been ex changed by cable by him and Dr. Vas'iuei Gomez In Washington. LON DON TIMFts SKIN M HIOl S FOSSIBII.ITII IN MTI ATION. Indnn, April. 1 7. Heferrlng. edi torially to the conditions arising through the lighting now going; on be tween Mexican federals and Insur recios close to I'nlted Sia(es terri tory, the Times expresses the belief that Madero's follower vvtll not Im probably provoke as many, fights as possible along; the frontier and If Cnited K(a(eg cltiasetis are killed or property injured by Mexican bullets a (n(e of opinion may be created throughout the I'nlted Slates, which no government ".oiild afford to dii-re-gard, "nltiiougli" udds the paper, "we can well 4)i-iieve that the Washington government will (Interfere with, the Kreateat reluctance,. "It Is evident, hpwever," the Times continues, "that unless Mexico is able ta reetorw and maintain , order, the I'nlted ."tales nius( aerloualy consider whether It is imperative to do the work 'or iier. The contingency is dis agreeable but It Is useless to Ignore 11." OUARLETTE INDICTED FOR CHILD MURDER Muskogee. Okla.. April 17. F. K Martin, brother of former Mayor T. M. Martin, William M. Irvin. Jim Manley, V. R. Alien and Stout Hamm were lndk-ted today by the grand jury on the charge of murder. The last three lire colored. All nre charged wi(h being Impll eate( In the murder n month ago of the two small children of Alary Sells, near Taft. at the home of their stvp father when thn house was destroyed by dynamite and giant powder. Irvin was (railed to the City of Mexico by a Cnited States Indian agent and i' deputy sheriff, who plnced him under arrest. Until children held H'lottments til some of the richest lands In the oil fields. CLASH COMES IN SENATE OVER DIRECT ELECTION ACT Wu.-hlngloti. April 17. The first lilt In the senate over Ihe Joint res olution providing; for Ihe election of senators by direct vote occurred to day wh n opposition to the measure passed by the house attempted to have it referred to (he iiunmlKee on privilege and elections Instead of Judiciary. A debate resulted In postponing the iiue-t'on of reference until the next meelitu ol the fennte on Thursday. If Ihe resolution should be sent to the Judiciary commltleo it would prohtihlv he reported back without amcndm-iil. while the action of the committee on privileges and elections Would be (.pell to llilllbt. The Indication today ivi-n- (hat (he friends of Ihe resolution would be siii-ccKsful 111 lln-lr effort to send It to (he Judiciary committee. MANIAC PLUMBER SLAYS WIFE AND CHILDREN Youngstovvn, O., April 17. Orant lilkrrd, u plumber shortly after mid night, Hltacked his wife nnd five chil dren with n gun and nxe and killed his wi.'e, nnd three t hildren. "ind probably in.-l tally vvoiind' d Ihe ot'i' r two children. lie then shot ntid killed himself. tiklalMim Hunk lose. Mountain Pitrk. okla.. April 17. The cliceiiH Umik or Mount mi Turk -lne( lis door thi afternoon. The state banking i beard I In charge. II. II. Jon.k vice president: J. Will Jones, fshler: D. C. Kngtin. bookkeeper Vere irest"d. charged wi(h a c.ptY deposit when tliev knew the hi The bank lo he Insolvent. ,d it capital of IIO.OUO. The tit i I 4 W A fTfr . t i mm i II GROCERY GO. GOOD THINGS TO EAT Spring Time Suggests Fresh Fruits and Vegetables ui; iiwi: maw v.i:ii:tif-s We liave made arrangcminis vvl.crcby we will Ik- -upillcil wiih Mraivlsrrio from the largest grower of fancy Itorrie in t alirornla. Ami yon know our price will lie right. Wr will take i-arc of your rn-irj orders thi year as cwr. (iivc yon the Ixt bcrrlc-i for the least inoiiev. M'Kt l l, 11)11 TI KSDAV Kxtra (Jocal toffee takes. . Me Large Full I'll- III.- :l tlc:z. exlra gooil Cookie. .2.1c lll-nuirks, do. jo,. llie-lon Itrown llread lMit you ever ale i.lc rulfi-r layers. Nut l.oiir nml iiiiinv other stood cake-t. SI'Kt I L. .Meadow io:d lluticr, per pound, J.");-. r HONES, 31-32. IHR SUSPECT Man Accused of Particularly Atrocious Crime in Mexico Arrested in New York After Thirty Thousand Mile Chase I Br Munilnc Jiturnul apelsl Leased Wire Xevv York, April 17. Identifying as lloberto Cmua, alius "Jtignr," the Mexican arrested here Inst month, charged yviih the assassination of Jose Ht-usga, In the main street of fiuail ulujarn, Mcx., In 1908, Kafacl Km-fra. brother of the murdered man, told the story ef the crime. The Incarcerated Mexican had de nied his Identity, insisting that In was Alfonso Itelnhart and Huesgn vvna brought here from Mexico to make the Identification. Iluesga tes tified that just before the m unit r ,liis brother, Jose, hd married a young woman who had previously been courted by Crzua. The civil cere mony had been performed und the pair were on their way to church when I'rziiH rode up on n bicycle and plunged-a dagger Into the bride groom's breast. Kissing his band to the bride, widowed by his act, Cr.un rode off. The slayer was trailed more than 30,000 miles by d' teeth es be fore ho was arrested In this cily. At the reipiest of the defense, the extradition proceedings today were adjourned lo April 24. AMERICAN RELEASED BY THE GOVERNMENT Washington, April 17. A. II. S'al lecby, un American citizen, recently arrested at Mcxlcnll on a charge of attempting to Induce federal soldier to desert, ha been released In re. spouse to urgent representations by the stale department. Owing to the scarcity of food nt Alamo, Mex., where several Amerl. can women and children are held pris oners, Cnited States Consul Schu mucker at Knsetiada has been atitlior lied by the American National lied Cross to draw funds for the relief of the Americans. The prisoners nre un harmed. JUDGE DAY SUCCEEDS LATE PAUL MORTON New York, April 17. Former Judge V. A. lny. It was reported this afternoon, will be elected president of the K(iiltable Life Assurance soclely on Wednesday. Mr. Day, who was ! first vbe president of the s.n ' ty during President Morton's l- mi, hap ' been nctlng president since Mr. Mor ton's death. Ituffalo day. Hill's big show. iem to- AD JAFFA'S CAPTURED irowin 1 4 4 The Little lStitling BuXling Town cf Willard. To Whom It May Concern: mmmmmmmmmmmmamm mmmma .ill . I herewith wish to state, I have just returned from a trip to Willard, New Mexico, made especially for the purpose of seeing the lots now being advertised for sale in the KELLY ADDITION to the business center of that town, and am frank to say I found them strict ly as represented, and to my mind both the town and the surrounding agricultural country has prom ise of a splendid future. Signed E. J. WAGNER, 403 E. Coal Avenue, Albuquerque, New Mexico. i A -at. A. T. & S. F. It H. WILLARD now has two railroads and directly con nected with the great Rock Island, Rio Grande and El Paso and Southwestern systems. These choice building lots referred to by Mr. Wagner, in the KELLY ADDITION adjoining the business cen ter of this promising city, are now being offered for sale at from $15 to ?35 Per Lot Terms, $1.00 down balance $1.00 per week no interest no taxes perfect title. - For plats and prices inquire of any local real estate dealer or sales man. A!l Deeds Signed by Frank McKce, Trustee. REVOLUTIUNISTS S Silver City Store -Robbed of Rifles, Revolvers, Knives, Razors, and 1 140 Rounds of Ammunition (HM-lnl IlUpaleh to Ihe Mnrnllig Journnll silver City, N. M-. April 17. Ihtr glnrs gained entrance to the W. II. Stlllwell store last night by crawling under the rear of the building and sawing- a hole through ihe floor. They curried ofr two at). 3d Winches ter rifles, one .22, one ,4'i Colt's re volver. one hanimerless revolver, two watches, a lot of pocket knives and rar.ors and IMn enrtridses. it ti suspected insurr-cto sympathizers did tilt work (i secure urn; to light asalrist the I Mas. regime. They got here for Carnival week after nil. The Wh-nton family, the funny black comedian and family will be si-en n( (he (iem toniKht and tomorrow; don't miss this. And an other big feature 1 ltnli'nlo Hill's en tile allow on curtain: the only limine to see the great show for HK. (Jem. Huffnlo Hills big show, day. fiem (n YMPATHIZERS nil gjTown t j- 1 t- -'- . tou ML Li -m ti; j , 'u-fO IH jmu, WHIanl. PRESIDENT WELCOMES DAUGHTERS TO CAPITAL Washington, April 1",. Continent nl hull, the home here of the P. A. It., tonight whs a mosaic of cnlC' The cicin-ion was the reception give" by Mrs. Math.vv T. Scott, president general ol the organization, to th daimhters, whose twentieth anm1"' vongri's opi ned here today. "Th Sons of the American r.evi'liiti"n al.-O Vf! gUCMtS. 'iorg-iins gowns vied Willi tip r,('h flovvcrr .vhl. h tilled the hull t' lllkf the seine one of i-nrurpussed biaaf? The entire ibiv from the opciiini-' soflo:i. when rtoi-ident Tift B,"' coni.'.l ;ie ilaiighlel's to the nation"' cupiii'l. up to mlduljilst. when the re ception was over, was one of bu preparation for the real work "I congress which wilk begin tomoii Jl-rs. cott Taft as the Sfe:iti'.t tuition that the !". A. intii'ihued I'rcsniei" re.-i st ruler i I,,., world." ndilitttf If J,- the greatest er- ganisation of woman In the wtirt'L :!Try a Journal V'ant Ad, Results HUGO, THfe WONDER Clairvoyant The from .iistnill'1- Tl, man wit the repui' ii,. nosiU'1' I' in , hns no ei"" ... t Ihls slriim:' n an ail- niysterloiii Minis. (MM). iitral A 'I' ll i. I"-. aim dal'f i-iiom: i j W est Hours 10 and Sunday a. m. tii