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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL SUMDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1911.
TWO WOMAN ACCUSED OF -H- MAN WHO DEPOSED DICTATOR DIAZ I Moore New Coal Yard i . MURDER 1 No. 3 ATTEMPT TO KILL SELF Today we want to explain Rane Tall IS The New State Coal Yard C. W. KUNZ, Prop. is new ready for business. Your orders are solicited. We Guarantee Good Hand Screened Coal Prompt Delivery 2,000 Pounds to the Ton Yards Fruit Ave. and Santa Fe R.R. Tracks. Phone 35 DcmocraLJc- Progressive Republican State Ticket l'ir ftorrrnor. WILUAM C. M!m.'ALD Of Lincoln Cuunty. For Ileiiti-nniit Governor K. C, PK PAPA Of Bon Minuei Cuunty. Fr Kwreury f ANTONI') I.l'1'KKI) Of Ban Mittuel Cuunty For Kinir Auditor THANK 1'. DKl.HADO Of tuilita F County. For State Treasure O. N. MAititnN Of Hernnllllu County. For Plate Miiierlnlrndout of ScImmiI Af.VAX N. WHITE Of Oram County. For Comml.lnncr of Public ljunl JOHN I,. KM KftSON Of Eddy Cuunty. For Attorney t.ciieriil W. It. M'Ull.l, Of IloofVlt County. For .Tti.tliv of Supremo Court JUCHAilD 11. IIANNA Of Santa F County. 61'MMKltH P.PItKHAIlT Of Hernulllhi County. V. A. DPNN Of Chave County. For CorporHtluii Commissioner OEolUiK II. VAN Hru.NJfi Of Tnrrwni'o Countv. BEKrit.No M A ItTl.NEZ Of tvlfi. County. o. u i)Wf: Of Curry County. For ooKTi'iiinn It. It. KPKtiPsSOM Of llernnilllo County. FA7. VAt.VKItPK Of Vnlon Ci'iinty. 8FOONI Jt It( !M, DI.STKICT t Tit KI T. For Jodie. nEnnrcicf k. tt a vnolds Of Hernulilh, County. For IMxtrlrt Attorney MANPFI. P. VltllL Of HorrmlUlo County. HITII M.WTOUIU, IUSTIMCT (Counttri of Kor.iallllo, Saiuluvnl mid Nan .tun n.) For Klato Senator JOSEPH K. SI l.y.Kil Of liernullllo County. HFUNAI II 1 () tilt NTY TICK IT tor h-iintor, ScM'tttli IMstrlct. ISAAC HA U I'll For ItPr,"MMitniUii Third IMitrld JOtIV HA ltiN IMMHI THOMAS A. (H'HCLE HAl'Al.h UAUCIA. For Miorlff JEKl'H HdMliHO. For Trenr,r M1KB M A N 1 1 K 1.1 I or A-iW"or Fit F.I It. HUYNf. For IVolmto .Tinier JCI-lt'H KTAAH. For Count r ClorW AltTHl'U E WALKKfl For hnMrtnti'!iilMt of S'IiimiU A. lt 1U Y A - For Count t Surveyor HIT KOfM. For founty ( oniinlsonrri AI.KHEU r.ljl'NsriCI.r). M, it. K-IMUNOKK. FOUCAUHlo Alt Ml JO. a Mr. l'ii 1. 1 il" lain 1 mih KiT.it ,ni lhulii that hi had Woik.d uvrv miii llta for tho t!,v. ,.f ih inoi lali. to ki t , iio i' H m -oj i . I. " i'uI ami that n far hi Hi,- r, p,,.ii, ;,n u, k. t i ! i. to .'rioal h' i oho pot uii.li r uliiinl why anv p. ,n i,.,, , v. r il r. '1 oomiiiaii' a niim lor tho Mnii vt U v of oiornor iho s imt ao...' i;um-ph-ioti. II,. wild llur-mii H"k. tori lor ttii.r (hid twn li.nits i I thai ln.irp than tin lioiir mi .I a half .i tuk.ii up wiili lam.' oi(,.io p, lAplaln h - to i-ii! mwl Ik- m.o. h" I'xplunrd tho ..r,. (he hnik-li' ki ' vi . Mr. pp. Id thin tool, up ih,. i, , ,t of .1 ml . 'n, P.r and iloil.ii.ii ihc mn J'oIit Hho M'Oilil r.-M.it in tl,o ir.i'thooH i uiployod hy Park, r la in Oh lK.' H.iIhuim and Cat .niv m.ill ha Mould i h ill, at,. CurMim on n , h ;., Il'l-'ird Vl.-iH llll'lt III l.r - upnilll' , ,.,.f! .lod'.'o iii iiic ,.1, ,i,- ,-r n. m. !,-,i, n,. "Id lhat Now Mi,,., .t,.,,,v ,.,d lloll.y hi. ok paf!i 111 U! ii'iold, hut I M 1 1 rcriiru-mm r ! nit'i.l.UPILLSJ f 1 I II 'I HIIW(I I L til K L. L f t!n io to i vi. . .-i !,.-, ' y -M ., h. ,. 1. 1 , .. ,.,.a W I i..i a., .mi 1-b.w miM fm- M.i. i,: i MlttD XfOIC.l to , 4 I, t44ln llbuiutiaut ti Tbt J. H. Q'ttiUv Cc Hi lh.it the m-t ihuunnble pie a Parker's nidi, ata-n of Pursum. Mr. Field tnn took tli history .if t h court jr il mis an! showed how hv rolliiMon tlriii tKe Judge, the attorn, y K- nt-r.il and the referee nirv mat' rial fa luted out of the i nti i,i r;i on- out vim! h i I tu rn rtipu f and Mr, Unr ated hy a nhume- it SK Whitewash. ' Pursum Irlctid claim that there wn nobody to hue him when he came irit,, court." said Mr Field. "I w.m there." to said, 'ready to prove t ti a.-ourmy of the riitt made hy the Inv est iiM!..r ,rom thf Colorado 'Iilli' mill Trust - ,i i i.anv, and thf)' knew I n th.ro f r thnt purpose. J ' in Ihe Jiult'i'. ihf attorney m-nerai i and Mr. liui-suut took pain to ce ' Hint tin- J, ii r si nt that r,',ori wu 1 not made i. ii issue In that court." ' 'rii.y stipulated that ri'iort out of court," n.'lil Mr. Field, "nnd nw ilaim pursum was vindicated hy le- K'i I proo.Mi." Mr. Klilil' n--'h n roinpl.tel r i f Ii Htlnti of the i hars'-n so iilrn, tuail hy Covt-rnor lliiKtrman that th- f oiirt irii'f-iliiiis wi re a white- wash, only that nnd toithinit nior. i AUTOS START ON E Score of Motor Cars Entered in Long Race From Los Angeles to the Arizona Capital Begin Their Journey, Hr Mnrnlnf Jimmnl tirrll Irnwd Wlr ) Lou Arm 'li t,. N'nv. 4. Nivti'in illol xllnlH riUltlt'K ollt Uloll till- I'lllMililt illy atri'ilH t In: 15 tnlivlil utatti'il a Kt'orc or iiulomohll, upon tin' iiiuiii.tl i loHf-di mi it rmo (loin I. n Aiiiiohn to I'hoi n!, Al ix., u illslanrii of 5 TO iiilh n. hon ir Inform Iho tlini" of ill 'loirture of the ruri ra thi Ktarlinu point Man iTmoli-il v.ith auloiuolulo ill UKtan llxlti I'roniplly tit 0;4!i H Hliarp ,-rnrk of thi xtiirtcr'a i l-1 l FtnrtU'd thi' till nn;lit nir nnd h(- Maxwell ilrlv i n lv i'l riiiri' Smith, Mat'ti-d on Hs loim, roiith Journry. I 'or I I ; I "11 Illillllh'S ttlO plctol KOHIIil at it it a !h if ity fK'voiidK. nnd at i :o h riiN'k imolhcr iiiilotnoi.il" l.i . 11 11 ii...) forMird on It lonir joiirtn y from h. r,- in San IMoijo ami thi'iii o to l'hoiiiiv. iilont; tin- nrw i ours. ihilm il i Mu olallv for Ihla rai tut, rvrti. TI II BE SOLVED E Indianapolis Police Looking for Greek Nobleman Who Saw Man in Dr, -Knabo's Apait iiient on Fatal Night, Hi Mt.rning JuitrniU Hiwlal haw nir ) Ituli.iliapohM, ltid., Nov. t. - Indi iii- api'li pull.',' tolliliht HIT fi . kllK'. oiislamiiHis pah ol, a.' os, a !li, L pllllif Who, Hi I'd), illl to ufH, it nam of a family with whom ho w.w m,i, Ii if. si" a man in llio upari iin-iiti oi In-, ll.-loa knahr on tho nu;!,t pro. .-.-.i.K ilu M 1.1 .. ,,f h. i- luiitilat.'d ! ,,d. prima ( 'oiola III illon wa 111 tho rllv turim; in his . oiintrv nn n and i.-i th. Held to ,o In rliioauii. Tho p,ll,T laiv h i n imki'il to ron iv h lor hnu. I'lllllli; tho hist low llais th.' poll," hai,. Iii, hiiid to llio suit hlo thoori liiui'. la-. ding of tin- (It ! a M , to rn, lit. A' . ovdiiitr to llio story told tho of-fa-.us, in,, prim a ultra, to, I to llio Kmiiio liparlmom hiiaaji,, all tho oth.T viiiilnua vv.'i'o dark. Pa said Hio niMii sat Willi his la, k lo tho HIV, t. llll llo. 1 ;pll. 11 oi I r, hiiiho tahli'H. ami tho p. lu o l a h x to- w il ho al io to Rive Important loo, m ,ll,, n If ho oan hr Imlliil MoCin In ( iiihIiii t loplo-. Million. W" i"ii'ni;liill. Nov. 4 - Pr. lo orsro ". M, i',,i'. past itssifdint Kufit, on oi 'ho pi.hlh h.al'h and loatillo liopil.il Ml 11. a.. I, ,1.1 Pioll . lo, tod to pr.., ood ti, -m Hit, I i.iiu'1,'1 o to lloiiohilti and o oo,. i,,tt,maii,l of tho 1. pi osv m t lii'nt'rh naih'ti in Hawaii. B A L D R I D G E LUMBER COMPANY Paints, Glass, Ccnent, F.oofini and Builder's Supplies. ENDEJRANG RU TO IX MURDER MYSTERY Mrs, Louise Vermilya , Fools Nurses By Seasoning Food With Arsencic Under Guise It Was White Pepper, PROVES BEYOND DOUBT SHE POISONED OFFICER Preference For Black Pepper cf Those Attending and Guarding Suspected Widow Alone Saves Their Lives. I Mr Moraine Jonraa! Rpwtiil IVlra.l Chnuno, Nov. 4. "Mm. Louise Vor iidlya. who wm arrmtt'd yoKt. rday on (hari!cH of having murdered l'ollie inan Hlsdont'tte hv pulMiiilm,' him. mail,- a daruiK iitloinpl today to com mit mih hl hy tuklnw pulvrfi. "I hi'lloY,' that HlMsnn, II,' wan Riven amoiiio day hy duv, inn while I waa troi;tinif him, and finally lie wus lilvcn inoiih to ovoroomo all i,t toinptu hy myaolf mid cotinultinit hv.sl cliina to Hlmulato him. uiui kiii-l without our knowloilipp what the trou ble wan." Thp for.'Kolnir Ktat.-motit Is-sind to. nlKht hy I'r. K. A. Van Arsdiite, ih plnsiolan who iittoiidi'd Mrs. Vermilya duriUK her recent illnesoi and ho pre sorihi'il for the poihiiiian before tho hitters death, for the tlrst time fur nlsli.'d a direct iniiiii'i thin between Ihe widow and the last of the nine (b aths that blue occurred beneath her roof llilllni; the last eiKhteeii years. Ir. Van Arsdalo made the udsertlon that alter he had made preliminary examination of the eontenta of u can Niippo.scit to contain popper, and whiih when lined to McHHon some food ordered by the woman today, brought on a sharp illnesx that at 5 p. m.. tlirenteiied death, an,l which left her in a cr.ue condition for hour after Hard. The physician explained; "1 treated Hls.sonette nnd the dymp toina were clearly Knstro-elltritlB, no fur ih reuctloim ahowed. No Idea of arson, ial poisoning. of courm', oc curred lo me. I called In another physician nnd he concurred In the illai: noslH. "We found his food disafcreoins; with him nnd ctarted him on a diet of milk. This, we found. Irritated hl olonmch In the aame way. and we i llaiiKod lo malted milk, usually niiich more siiothinK, and tieii that ve the same results. Then he was taken to Ihe hospital, where he died. I then thought It was acute gastritis. 'Tod. iv Mrs. Vertiitly.i, whom I al so attended, waa Klven ckits and limit ed milk tor luncheon. She objected to the Muck pepper served with the ; and which, beinK clored In a poppet shaker b,onKini to the woman, had been examined by nurses, and found to he all rlK tit. She told the nurse that there was Home white pepper In a talcum box, which she had con verted Into a pepper shaker, and the nurse nave It to Mrs. Vermilya upim noiliiK.lts customary puimeiii odor. Soon the patient became nick and I nm sent for. I took the so-called pepper Id a drill; stole nnd Hindu n solution test of It, also of arsenical salts. Hoth acted the same and 1 hur tled bin k and washed out her Mom ai h. The contents of the stomach and of the 'pepper' can wire sent to Pi. Webster, who aided Tovioloitist Haines In the examination of H1sm.ii . il. s isoel.l. "I was sure the poison was, n mlral salt, tint nut entirely sale It Was ur sciiic. l-iter I r. Webster Iniorinod nie tho lists were positive, slmwiiiK abundant (inutilities of arsenic, both it, the coiiteiiis of Mrs. Vci niilya's stom al h mid also tn the 'pepper' can. "This culled to my mind the symp toms of liissoiutto and much that .seemed peculiar about Ills case then, now looks clear. What I then thought was an individual resentment of his sympathy to particular foods, now In d ii at en to my mind lhat arsenic w a? bcin ir mixed tn all the food we nave him. Mrs. Vermilya nursed Hlsson eito ami was his constant uttcmlant. I will leave to any one his own con clusions as to who administered the arsenic, and especially in view of the dav's Incidents." The physician said thnt while he had (h i,i the woman severe tre.it tnent to counteract the effect of the poison, there still was a possibility of death because of absorption of poison before the treatment was applied ami because of her weakened condition and her previous illness. Mrs. Veiuillya's attempt at suicide disclose the fact that only fate and i distaste for while pepper, prevented the possible addition of ciht more nanus to the loiii; lists of ibalhs lhat lime taken place beneath the Vennll a roof under circumstances now held to he suspicious. Pour policemen, two police matrons and two trained nurses, who have lomposod the police Ruard over the oi-pe. led woman, wilh her perinis moii, haie prepared their tood lit the Viiinilya home every day idiice they have been on utinrd. Purlm? all that lime the deadly call of arsenic and pepper has stood prominently iidja . ent in the culinary equipment. None of the ciuhl preferred the white pep p r, however, and the black kind has been used exclusively. A search will he nude tomorrow for other possible lotidiHooN under which poison ma l e si, .red at the house. Mrs. Vermilya was will, bed closely totilnht by physi , lans who feared her death at any lime. I'lie Incident In her dinlni: today, which the police and physicians ! ila'e was an attempt hy her to com mit suicide by means of poison mix ed with pepper, was the cause. Plivsieians who attended her ib'- hired she gale all Indication of hav ing taken poison, and the Incident has ! to a low possibility of the meth od bv which Mrs Vermllyns room rs and relatives In past yearn nut death. Ue res, ntallves of the coroner t - l.i liouif'it to CtiiciiR.,. part of the remain ol Conductor Smith, who lad while ft rooiii.-r at the Vermllva home. They will be examined for trace i t poison. J, V. Ivets, brother-in-law of Smith, t ,ld th luvestlwalors that Mrs. Ver milya. after Smith funeral, asked r VSA it -q r if - vn .hj 1 - I " 1 V I J X ;jr -.",..'? f I '"Jfe t . , s. i m j--vi a1 1 r j V. I if,- ' I FRANCISCO I. MADERO Who Becomes President of Mexico On Tomorrow his relative for $l."oi to ih iriiy ein balpnn expense, and later asked per mission ti erect a in on una r.t over Smith's. nrve, both r,ipiests beinK re fused. LEADING COUNSEL FOR R1E1 Two Lawyers Qu', Case Unex pectedly; New Attorney From Massachusetts to D'icct t!ie Preacher's Defense, IIt Murnlnc Journal Si.eri il Irnwd Wlr Iloston, Mas., Nov, 4.--The nr., or talnty which has pnvaiVd as to the personnel of the coutis, I f, r tho d, -fense ol the Hov. Clarence V, T. Ulchesoii, chai'Kod wi:ii inurd.r o! Alls 1 . ' ri 1 1 1 11. was r.iow.d t,,,' iy 1 an Hinioiinceillelit that J-dm T. T.C", the i.vnchhiir. Va., lawyer liad Withdraw n from the a.-e. CoiiBrcsmnn liobert 1 1. P u ris de ohit'i d that he too "was i' :"i'h;iiii from the case a fasi ns p,,ss!i,).. " nn account of his conurrs' i. nal dulies. I eadini: counsel prohahU will be a Mass.o loisetts law v. r. Mr. KiiheBon will .,. a it,. :-:rne, jv the superior court on Monday. miss im.rr i hm wns i Fitiv vn; swn vKM m Pulnam. Conn.. Nov. 4.--P became known today that Miss Violet Kd niamls. fiancee of the ;.",, c. y. '. liichesoii is in xoilnsiou at I'.-miret ton th, r Willi her r.ilh.cr. n.-.-'p r ami nurse. Miss Kiimaiids is said to he In a ii. ivi.us state and is ! i :i;i at tended by it physb inn. TERRIFIC STORM RAGES OVER LAKE SUPERIOR Kort Williams, Out., N.,v. p wor-t storm of the y. :r has t ;i on uup. r lake Superior f..r i.ppr. match- sixty hours. Anient: steamers overdue is the Alleila the Canadian Fncifie fie, t , .ur, many pass. niters, which was si he, f d to arrive at 10 o'clock , s t . r morning. Another1 fteat'ier ov.r Is ihe Sitiiiliie cf the Canadian j: line, a freighter. The ::,-d i P;e of MIC lul- daV Pie k,-. Hde Jury eais Comploiion, Kansas City. Mo., Nov. t - -'iVentv-fie tuPsnon had qua I If i"d when the -' n i in'.'; oi the I r p. ciark-.. Ilde murder trial canu to a (lose tu da Ttiref, hunili-,.1 nr.. I thlitv-idn. Veniremen have disoiia': o d. niak'nc a total of 3(4 examined in th,. tw, ;v., court ,lav. Two veniremen uuilil,..! t.'div. Thev are Jesse Hamilton and Hudolph Mullin, both of I K no is City. Results From Journal Want Ads TIFT RESTS FOR THE Fl S President Puts in Whole Day of Leisure at Hot Springs Ark Has Not Picked Harlan's Suc cessor, Hr Murnlnc Journal Siwrtul I.rasrd Wire.l Hot f-'pririf-'S. Va., Nov. 4. For the first time In more than seven Weeks Pievid.nt Taft had a real taste of b isiii-e tiidav. Ho rested from break fast time until dark, except for a k"tf name Tho president's game shoo. e,i Improvement. Secretary I lilies dM not bring the. data for the president's annual mes sage, to Ih.t Springs today, but ex pei led to arrive tomorrow niKht. Mr. Taft will leave then for Cincinnati. The president p t it he known today he had Klven but little thousht to a sui'iessor I,, (he late supreme court Justice, Mr. Harlan. K. ports that Mr. Taft had pone so far us lo narrow the field ft pos sible elections down to four men. were denied t callers. The third, fourth and seventh judicial districts are now represented on the supreme coon b.-noh and Mr. Taft intends to bear this in mind when he selects a smca-sor of the late Associate Justice Harlan. ELKS Ell- A BIG FEED OF BEAR AI DEER Three Hundred of Antlered Herd Sit Down to Sumptuous Re past in Club's Spacious Ban quet Hall, , The Elks had a. bin feast ln niht .that wns attended ,v at h.,lst ,hr((, l'undr. d f the antlered herd, and ith" 4ii,i-po,in.l hear slain hv Charles j Wlm... Cort Qinckel and Pred Cm. ! field on Saturday ,V(,,.k aKl in ,e : wilds of ite.o.r canvon, :,,u ,ne sn. ' pound deer brought down ty that ir.istv ride to T. N. I.invllle om'i,, ,h( an Mat.-o mountain ul.out the sjime Itime. were served up jn the Utert ;,sti!o tr the uastronomle edification of I he l.iir i row d. The name wa donate.! (, the 1o,1r or Die ,e,i by the enthusiastic hunt- RST TIME I EVEN I K the Thermometer, 1 hermom eter Guide and Control Damper. t 7 - I louc .Mni I .1"? J "V" " Mliwl'liliiiiT ' P I t'ri v ' ulaliiiK thif 1'aiiiper, the le at cm be driven around the oven. Hut in the ordinary ranffe, after the h at 'ms around the oven, it k ,es into the flue and escapes up the chimney. Not so in the Mooje Thf Moore liange has, in addition t the regular I'l'mpT. u- rciuark.ili! . device known as the control Damper, by which the boat can be pir feitly controlled even nfler it has paused around the oven. Pur ex ample, the (iuido tells vou. in roasiitiK a chick, n. to run the In at up to 7;iJ and li ivo the chicken in the en 'J ho us. That no -ans that, In order to roast the chicken properiy. the heat should be maintained exactly at 7:0' for 2 hours straight. In U'der to do thi.i in the oiilin ury ranse. it is necessary to keep fee iin.-r in fa, I all the time to ki-i-p up the heat. Again, not so with the .Moore Kanse. Instead of fe.-.litu the Moore constantly with fm I. vou simplv turn the Control Damper ami the hei.t will he maintained nt 7:t'U for 2 hours straiKht without tho addition of fuel. To Our Out Ask Your Dealer to Show You the Moore Range ddi c LL (Stu-tesnors to the watch ovit si:nii:s of ais. foii ii:scimTio of sn:c- lAIi I liVTl HKSof the MOOHK. sfH..M''M' from Parr's meat market where it was Ure.sse.l, to Pennie Jaffa, who barbecued it, mul Dave Coomb and his assistants served it in great style. In nddition to the actual toothsome 'v'ii: "I fc V v. ;3!ii:i.. Montezuma Trust Company ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO Capital and SutdIusS 100.000. INTEREST ALLOWED J.AAJ.i'Lii:' Oak and Maple Polished Flooring ' Builders Supplies Albuquerque Lumber Co., 423 N 1st SL Yi-ster.lny. voil reiiienibcr. u-e i. scrihotl MiKjro 'llplo ',uistr,Ks. J I iri'-J'ni-k. THE THEH.MiiMETK ii telU vUJ how not tne oven is. me iiial l;llj read like that of a clock. 111K TIIFKMOMF.TF.K t.PIIir. teii.s you how hot to pet your o:tn ami how bins to leave in tne ar ticle yon ure haklnsr. I'or in-taiae. the elide tells V o ti when l.,L,n ld-ruit. to run the heat up to J;';,, L.i niiiiuii. --.ow. 11 nil1 ii, ai is run l'p to licml. J 1 : ti ( or even ljaii., the biscuits would bike just the sain.. Put 7:Si i.s sufficient heat, and why waste fuel by niMih It hither ? THF. FONTHOI, lMIFU. All ranges have the reKulnr Parn p.r ti,.- Damper at th- juiiitiun of pipe with stove and l.v nr.inip- of Town Trade: niQfJiTiinr p I UlllillUilL u Futrolle Furniture Co.) 313-15 W. Central Albuquerque. N. M. - 'r viands, the result of the twn hunt; her, wns also plenty to eat an. drink. Tho bunch of biK fellows en joyed themselves until a late hour, and voted nil who had contributed tn the Rood lime royal fellows. ;ECT ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS C. -. .-. -r-.-. -.-r--.-.-.--. -T- . . j- iis, .uiu ion .iprintit-r hauled the meat a Hi '