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THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR. VOL CXXXVI, No. 52. III Mall, AO Cents a, Month; tdngle Cope J oenta. By Carrier, AO Cents Month. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1912. NATION-WIDE RAID ON MEN ACCUSED OF MISUSE OF THE MAILS Postmaster General Causes Arrest of 1 73 Persons, Most ly Doctors and Manufactur- ' ers, in One Big Swoop, specters had to lie determined posl tlvcly, and (hut could not he done through letters mailed on trains., Flimlly two letters were mailed from the city In which the accused! resided. WQMANMARKED FOR STATESMEN BEGIN CHOLERA MODIFIES CHIEF INSPECTOR HAS CHARGE OF DRAGNET policy in Harmony with Prose cutions of Fraudulent Pro moters, Many of Whom Have Been Punished, H Mi. ruin ournil Spnud I-nd Wire.) Washington, Nov. 29. A nation wide raid, involving the arrest of 173 persons in the principal cities of the eciainry. was made today hy postof flce inspectors r.nd I'nited States marshal upon doctors and drug con cerns charged with misuse of the mails to solicit criminal medical prac tice or to dispose of the medicines or instruments connected with such practice. The raid the most extensive and far-reaching ever made hy the gov ernment was under the personal di lution of I'ostmaKter Cenoral Hitch cock anil Chief Inspector ltohert S. Sharp, of the postoffice department. fJn carefully had its details been Kuaiiled Unit until the first arrests wire made at Indianapolis, early in the day. practically nothing was known of the government's contem plated action. Working with clock like precision, the Inspection forc.e, spread over twenty-two states, car ried out the prearranged plans, and tonight the postoffice department had received word that practically all the designated persons had lieen arrested. The results of the crusade are still being received tonight hy the Inspec tors' division of the postoffice depart ment in the form of telegrams from various divisional headquarters. In isolated Instances It was found Im practicable to effect the arrests, hut 'he suspected percent aujin.it whom warrants have been Issued are under surveillance and probably will lie un nl'le to escape. Chief Inspector .Sharp and n large purl of his force of S90 inspectors liail been engaged for several months, under the orders of the postmaster Reneral, iii working up the cases in which arrests were made today. Many of those taken Into custody were members of prominent wholesale and retail drug concerns or physicians well known in their own communi ties. The ifovcrnment will prosecute the ease vigorously, according to a state ment by Postmaster General Hitch rock tonight. "The work of the postoffice ' in spectors today, is the culmination of the crusade instituted more than two years nmi against the fraudulent use "f the mails." said Mr. Hitchcock. "In that roiupara lively brief time we have wiped out of existence concerns that have mulcted the people of this country ,,ut of more than $100,000, "10 by frauds perpetrated through the use of the malls, and courts have jrnt many of tlie promoters of the fraudulent schemes to Iho imnli.n. where they are now serving- OKLAHOMA PHYSICIANS CAKillT 11V I YSPKCTOItS. Oklahoma City, Nov. 20. With the arrests here today of Dr. tl. W. 7.es hultx, charged with misuse of the malls to promote an Illegal medical practice; W. M. Westfali and W. I'. West full, charged with circulating matter conducive to race suicide, and the urrest in HI Reno of lr. Augusta Trncm, the serving of warrants in Oklahoma in connection with the postal department's raid was com pleted. No action In connection with the crusade was taken In Muskogee yes terday by the federal grand Jury, which was expected to return an in dictment there. nvr. Altltl.STS MAPI? i city or iMTTsni itfJir. I'ittsburgh, IM., Nov. 20. Five ar rests were made today In connection with the nation-wide raid ordered hy Postmaster Oeneral Hitchcock. DEATH TELLS OF DYNAMITERS OPERATIONS Former Stenographer to John J, McNamara, Whose Brother Wanted Her Killed, Gives Testimony in Federal Court, TD GET READY FOR SESSION OF CONGRESS HUNDREDS OF LETTERS IDENTIFIED BY HER II VK Contractor Tells How Explo sion Crew Cost Him $17,000 by Blowing Up Several Build ings at Nearly Same Time, ItACTITiON'KKK IX , i)i:xvi:n in laws cmi'.i Denver, Nov. 20. In connection with the I'nlled States postal depart-) mi nt's nation-w ide crusade against I alleged illegal medical practices, four! persons were arrested in Denver, and I late today were arraigned before I'nited Stales Commissioner Sanforil IB. Miirnlns .Imirnol Rneilnl I ne.l Wire.) Hinsdale ami gave bonds of $1,000 Indianapolis, Nov. 20. Miss Mary each. They were Dr. Carl K. 1 1. I '1.tl'' " stenographer who witnesses Orach, Dr. J. K. Thompson, Mrs. i had said was marked for murder by Frances Undo and Mrs Pauline ltclhe I James I!. McNamara, the Los Angeles Commissi,, nor Hinsdale said I ii- Times ily no miter, I II use she work President Taft Commences To day to Dictate Annual Mes sage in Which Achievements of Year Will Figure, PUJ0 COMMITTEE TO PROBE MONEY TRUST BULGARIA'S PLAN FOR HUMBLING MOSLEMS Noted Tut kish Officials Ap pointed to Conduct Tonus nt Armistice with tiaries of Allies, Plenipoten- INVADING FORCE IS RETIRED TO SAFETY House Appropriations Receive j Ravages of Plague Are Mote ' tore tin liulgarians approached the town, III,, authorities Wile scize, Willi panic ,in,l hosoughl Hie foreign con suls i, arrange a peaceiul mm render. Next day, ilu- g,, ernor. Hi,, military ioiiiii. iiuli r ,iml the commander , li the gen, lai n, i i lc. ,,n,l niul'ii. aban doned tlic place wliil, mans ,,f the soldiers and gendarmerie imitated their example. .i; wii i.ii ii niwii s I'OU I Its :; , .s. London, m. H,- The Count. ml I a, pie correspondent of Ibe Tinies in, ites Kiamil puslm, Hie grand vizier, as complaining hutch of the dil.i toiimss of tip. point's winch lie sa s might hui c sal ,d I hi In, s , f 1 In in - winds, of securing K 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 asked II hao shown Hie s 1 1 1 1 .11 IIHMll,','. the pnwels Would allle 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I e re 1 1 ALLEGED VICTORY BY TURKS IS BULGARIAN SUCCESS the fortune of war had lav 'I'm lis and the Turkish army 'iipiiil Hulgaria or would tin hale forced Turkey to iUlt it i-nl the had or ' powers 1 Ililga ria mi pre Ions oi , asioll I, ( her of tin- fruits ,, i, t,.ty Salotiiki correspond. n I ,.l ttriluiles ibe Turkish deb Attention from Representa tives Charged with Duty of Framing Bill, night: "The last of the five to be ar rested in Denver will be Mrs. Minnie W, Johns, who will appear before me tomorrow. She will give bond. The five will appear before me November 25th, at which time the taking of tes timony will be begun, provided in the meantime they are not indicted." None among those arrested in Den ver are considered prominent. for the iron 1 inkers' union and i"knew too much," testified at the ' "dynamite conspiracy" trial today. I She said she had been followed by ; detectives and on one occasion an other of the McNamara brothers had i I'rc' forced an entrance to her room at a hotel to search for papers which he desired to destroy. Illy Mnrnlnic .limrnnl Speel.'il l.eimi',1 tl'lre 1 Washington, Nov. 2". The i'iimI signs of activity for the coining ses sion of congress made their appear ance about the ciipitol and White llou.se today. The house coininiitee on banking met to plan a resumption of the "money trust" Invesligat on, Dei ember !tli, members of tile house appropriations bill began work on the annual supply bills for next year, and ent Taft, cancelling all engage ments for the next two days, arrang ed to begin tomorrow dictaiin- his i annual message to congress. TlllltTV-XIXK MOUNTS IX PACIFIC COAST TOWN'S. San Francisco, Nov. 20. Thirty nine of fifty arrests attempted on the Pacific coast by the government in the crusade against misuse of the mails had been made at 8 o'clock to night, and it was expected that this number would lie Increased the night ended.. In California twenty of twenty-seven warrants were served, while on the north coast nineteen of twenty three persons under indictment were taken into custody. The arrests Include a county coro ner and the proprietors of an Im mense drug store In the heurt of Oak land, Cul., but most of them were of persons not well known in business or professionalQl'e.1 Late tonight ii was stated that all but one person in California for whom warrants were issued had been appre hended. Dr. Kdward Peabody. against whom an Indictment is said to have been returned, is believed to have fled the city. The search for Dr. Peabody today disclosed the fact that a young girl died Koveral months ago after a criminal operation which the police assert, Was performed by Peabody. Miss Dye identified hundreds of I letters written by John J. .McNamara, secretary of the union. The witness testified she ipiit the employ of the iron workers before the Los Angeles explosion, but she had written many letter which the government charges were in further ance of earlier explosions. ! "Soon after I left, a hoy at the door ' .... . , . . . before01 nlV room at a notei at niiumgni CUlltll oil! II, lltlU II irS,lllll, niliu Whiskers Burned Him to Death. Middletown, N. Y.. Nov. 20. A spark from the pipe of John K. Oil son, a farmer, today Ignited his long whiskers. The flames spread to his clothing und he was burned to death. raids have been re- tlnry time. "The wide publicity Riven to the arrests made today will do more to l't nn end to this partlculrr sort of eriminaiHv than any number of prac tically unknown prosecutions ,,r wide 'V separated eases." Many Interesting Incidents In con - 'leciloli win, (hi ported. In Fori Worth. Tex., a doctor upon "hmn nn inspector called after re-f-ix-tnsr ,.(t,.r from him. refused to 'hs'nss t,e subject until his letter in minced. The letter bore the M't SlHlnn of the ncolnfflen 1e I'-Ttniem. which the inspector cov f,reil w ith his il, k v. ...!!., ,.,.1 ""'ii" e lit- emu "'Mi',, 'U.-r Hp thon iirew tho Mter "ier nil concluded his nrrange "Ks. thus comnletlng the neces "'rV 'ham f evidence. '"ie doctor in Dallas. Tex., franklv ''cm,,! lhp inspector who sought ns services that. If caught bv the OUIl.ir.ll, S, W WOllld P,f hire, Af,ft '-"t .'IWaV nn,l ,.. - i.i ii ",'",, v inn liini'i ll'f'll In Un . ,l. me iiiiiii iib up "-- mir am. iiii,.-e,T nn one wno to c,;:,0 hla Brlnna I inleri i, ived a snsnocted nhv. . a Te-ris ritv. The doctor ' tie induced to commit hlm "hin the enller. in iimuri.nl ree, the fron NO DEMONSTRATION TI ALLOWED WHEN JURY REPORTS City Marshal of Salem Takes Precaution Against 'Outbreak in Court Room When De fendants Hear Verdict, t it would cost him was In similar Icon ,nll.. "esiri-,1 "'If rli... I , ' ' M-e,i i-,II,1SV .,, . fatted him on the bark "unineiv: "Now, mv boy Mv letter n'""-'h. v,. un. Rv Mnrninr Jimrniit Nnei-i'd f.eue(l Wre.1 Salem, Mass., Nov. 20. City Mar shal I.ehan today completed plans to prevent any outbreak or demonstra tion when the jury returns a verdict In the trial of Joseph J. Kttor, Ar turo Olovannltti and Joseph Caruso, who are charged with the murder of Anna Lopizzo during the textile strike in I-awrenee last winter. Kttor, the strike leader, was pic tured to the jury today In the sum ming up by his counsel, J. H. S. Ma honey, as a man to be commended in stead of condemned. He declared his client the .victim of a conspiracy of employers. "He was a leader who talked to the w rkers of Ijtwrence In the interest of humanity, and. should receive the commendation instead of the condem nation of the community," said Mr. Mahoney. "Kttor may have expressed views on the witness stand with which you do not agree. Honestly expressed them, made no effort to hide them. Miss Dye, "but when I opened the door John J. McNamara, much ex- cited, forced himself ill. He de manded certain papers of which I knew nothing. Then he searched my baggage and departed. In going over letters at the office I had seen a let ter in which It wus slated that some body was going to 'snitch' or give away Information unless money was forthcoming'." The government contends the man referred, to was Herbert R. Hockln. who now is on trial, and that Hockin already had told of the hiding of nitroglycerin at Koohoster, Pa., and at M uncle, Ind. on his flight back from Los An geles, after causing the explosion there, James R. planned to have Miss Dye put to death and wanted Frank Hckhoff. of Cincinnati, to do It, ac cording to Kckhoff's testimony. Kck hoff, who testified he had been sent to help the dynam'ter escape, said he refused to carry out the plot, but he followed Miss Die to Pittsburgh, where she went to live. As typical of the way the explo sions were carried on, the govern ment Introduced the testimony of Al bert Vim Spreckelson, a contractor! who employed rion-iini.ui men. Von Spreckelson said shortly before h" suffered a loss of $17,000 In explo sions, Ernest O. W. Ilassey, John J McNamara and Spurgeon P. Mead ows, of the carpenters' union, also a defendant, called on him and said: "We'll get you." On October 25, 1909, he said, the Central tmion exchange, the public library building, a planing mill and his burn, In different parts of Indian apolis, were dynamited at about the same hour. ,fi will ot I m cut he cots ter, tin It is understood President T follow the plan adopted Inst ye; dividing into separate message, recommendations upon many il.lf subjects. The first message I sent to congress soon after It i probably will be general in char: with particular attention given b achievements of the year In I lie gov ernment's relations with foreign coun tries, while sulmeiinont messages will deal with financial affairs, anti-trust and railroad legislation, the army and navy and the proposed establishment of u budget system for the estimat ing of federal appropriations. Sec retary Knox took over to the president today some carefully prepared state department data on foreign relations. Tlie congressional "money trust" committee, after a oonl en-tice in Chairman Pujo's rooms early in the day, determined t" begin u.i hearing December lllh, when men prominent in the financial world will be asked to tcsiilv. The committee will en deavor speedily to clear up that blanch of Hie iimuiry dealing with the operations of stock exchanges and clearing house associations. Without additional powers conferred by con gress it will be unable to complete the Imiuiry into the "coiicciitratioii of money and creditM." Dreaded by Soldiers of Ferd inand Than Shells of Sultan's Artillery, IIM Ix N V.lt SHU T ISVITLIX TO DIP ritoM ,OM ( Y London, lias s'hiftod fields' of a muoy. Pb belligerent morrow at keui, a fe capital, for Nov. 20. The war for a time from the rms to that of iliplo- nipotchtiarics for tin powers will llioel to- I In- village ot Had, 'lu ll- miles outside the a preliminary discus- Gl WINS sion of the terms of an armis tice. In the meantime the Turkish, Ihilgarlan and Servian com manders bine ordered a cessa tion of hostilities, although can nonading, which Na.im Pasha reports as unimportant, occurred this morning. The terms the allies demanded yesterday for the armistice ap pear not to have been advanced, hut it is almost sure they will be on the basis of the Italkau slates holding all conUered country until a treaty of peace is signed. How much (hey are prepared to concede the Turks depends largely upon the strength of the allies threatening the gates of Constantinople and the extent to which the cholera epidemic has embarrassed their plans. Chol era Is counted on by Hie Turks to weaken the itulgarlan ambi tion for a triumphal inarch Into the Turkish capilal and 'the cel ebration of mass at SI. Sophia, Hut to make assurance doubly sine the Turk has resorted to the amazing plan of transform ing the mosque into a peslhouse and has crowded 2,1)00 cholera stricken patients within its walls. and a polled The 1 'osi above all thing and regimental lank and file wei term!, hut instead ing ol, Ii whom Ho deuce, the Ashmead RmllHt, Noted War Coiicspuiulont, Eye-Witness of Fearful Punishment In flicted on Sultan's Army, to inferioi coinpani fibers. He s.ns tin re fine fighting ma- f their officers he ll nu n of Hie villages in men had implicit couti resent day officer Is town OUTER POSITIONS TAKEN BY INVADERS spare th, as. They n lu bad ii mcolopetelicl the counnis general lacl the M bled, educated in military schools. Till se you!l officers, be declares, flunked opi nly and while working their men heioiul hunum eiuluraii, c lleler attempted t ships and pi ii a I lolls. I Hill ail i e a lid to t llt'ir j Mas due the failure of sal'iat sel l tecs mid the I of organization. I A Sofia despatch !,, Journal says the del, gales appointed j by ibe 1'alkan league to discuss the iarnilMtice include 1; uigarinn, Creek and Si ri ian officers. A Constantinople despatch says that the liicek soldiers at Salonlki sacked Jewis'li ,iiarlers, ,esir,i ing the syna gogues ami attacking the women. The Kahilis cf Saloiiikl and Constantinople are Invoking the protection of Hie I'll noli and llritlsh ambassadors. A Constantinople despatch says: "The balance in the fighting at the Tchatalja lines today was distinctly in favor of the Turks. The Bulgarians received a check. Their first attempt lo carry the lines not having succeed ed, they have drawn back at lliyuk Clickmcdlz to Papas Huigas and fur ther north. The Turks have advanced their entrenchments. "There Is, however, a great differ ence between a successful defense and a Turkish adiuncc. Tlie best the Turks can hope to do seems to bring i-otiilUion of stalemeiils, where can enter upon negotiations." A Iludemkeiil despatch says: Hiilgatians retreated on both wings, while Hie ltumhtlch guns are lustily pounding them. The military Import ance of t!io Turkish success Is sb-tl lint the morale of the Turks is ire" meniloiisly in net' iclul Feat ful Ravages by Cholera Among Ottoman Forces De picted as Sickening and Re volting Sight, rd- ii, i : n ning j on a they "The IU I (. Mil WS ITIIDIt vw TO I IIIIMI II II M I IONS, Ion, Ion, Nov, 21. Ashinead Itailbtt, telegraphing from Con stantinople tonight, says thai the llulgarlaiiM found the advanced position unfavorable for artillery operation. The llailemkcul val ley, by reason of Its low charac ter, was exposed to the full brunt of the Turkish guns. Therefore, finding the position not as hud been expected and their losses becoming excessive, the Hulgurl nns decided to withdraw to the positions which they held before the attack. L ABOR CONTEST SMALL BANKS NEED MUTUAL PROTECTION TWO TO ONE Minority, Led by John Mitchell, Fails to Get Rules of Feder ation Changed to Principle of Industrial Unionism, Minneapolis, Minn., Nov. 20. Hot today's meeting of the second annual session of the Minnesota Conservation and Agricultural Development con gress which Is being held here in con nection with the Northwestern Prod ucts exposition. That about one-third of all the money in the banks States is In the vaul' banks was the statement f Arthur Reynolds, of Des Moines, i. presi dent of the American Hankers' i sso ciation. Mr. Reynolds said there vus no co-operation between the nunur- ous small banks to maintain credit in time of trouble and urged the formation of a central association for that purpose. Howard Elliott, president of the Northern Pacific railway, emphasized the importance of the "conservation of railway service" us a vital factor in Hie nation's prosperity. He said the eonservatk n of the soil, timber, ore and water power would be of little use unless transportation services, so essenlial to the movement of products. v-rv f n"tal h""ndine ireful to People us." The and that's to you is clear we have to Vie guard against those who sre constantlv -n ffave th n-unin. ,-,.,!-.- .. , , iipniii evidence he needed to ram. 'I- th "'I the nis case. 'n another' " ' '"! for "mill rase the insnertor months before thev nh. nee unon which ronvle- POSslhlo Vum.n,,- '""w lettie. falsi, should be conserved. hut we are not trying this man upon his views, but upon his acts." Mr. Mahoney argued that there had ,$2,000,000 MORE BY not neen iiiirnuuceu in "viuence a vi olent word spoken directly hy Kttor to the Lawrence strikers. suspect e, were received lfr '" thi-n Person, hut alt of miH-d not frm . ... railway trains. In ugh ,hp Jurisdiction of the In- lenvcr Wants Tliomns III Senate. Denver, Col, Nov. 20. The Denver chamber of commerce today appoint ed a committee of six to call on lov ernor John K. Fh. if roth in an effort to induce him to call an extra session of the state legislature on November 30th. to elect Charles S. Thomas, a" I'nited Stales senator, for the pur po. of sending Senator Thomas to Washington at once to recur1 an addi tional appropriation of tl.00u.0tiu for interior work on the new federal postoffice at Denver. CARNEGIE TO EDUCATION Illy Morning limrnnl Spprhil leaned Wlre.l Itochester, N. y Nov. 20. After a debate that lasted all day, members of the radical wing of the American Keil eiatlon of Labor, were defeated nearly 2 to 1 in their arlleinpt to have tin foil, -ration adopt tlie principle of in dustrial unionism In place of Its pol icy of trade aulonomy. Three hun dred und forty-nine intcs were cast against the minority n port of the of the I'nited commit tee of education, which favor-, of New York ed the principle of industrial union ism, and 142 voted in Us favor. The voting strength of the conven tion, based on membership in repre sented bodies, went 10,0s.'! against tlie minority report and fi.H2 for it. Af tor the minority report had been do rented, the minority n-port In favor ot tlie continuance of trade aiilonomy was adopted by acclamation. The vote was the 1 st test of strength between the radical and con servative wings and the number of voles polled bv t .e radicals was slightly under their advance esti mates. The vntes of the I'nited Mini Workers, 2.719, and the Western Fed eration of Miners, ato;. was cast sol idly for the minority report. other groups that lined up solidly witli thc radb-al wing were ihe bakers and confectioners. Iron, steel and tin workers, printing pressmen, railway carmen and jouriu-i rm-n tailors. i As a result of tlie adoption of the New York, Nov. 20. An addition of l2.aoa.UUO to the endowment fund of the Carnegie Foundation for the Kmlow mt'tit of Teaching was an nounced by Andrew Carnegie at a meeting of the trustees of his founda tion here today. The endowment now stands at $14. OaO.Ouo. with $1,000,000 surplus. Tbe gill today was part of a grant of $r.,0ai,,iM made in 190s cm which an other $2,IMI0,(,00 is yet to come. The money was conveyed to the trustees in steel corporation bonds. majority report, thi continue, for h year i nize the independent federation will I least, to recog- aiitoriomy of in ternational and national unions affili ated with It and wherever its policy of trade autonomy seems unsuiteil to tlie industry it will introduce the principle of industrial unionism. Among those who advocated the minority reltt uei.. tulin Xlilibeil and Joseph 1 1. Cannon of the Western , sion Federation of Miners. president " tip h 111 Mnriilnr .Imifniil eei-I'd I.i,iimI Wlr.l Constantinople, Nov. 20. Nav.im I'a slia, commander in chief of tlie Turk ish a i in v ; Izzcl pasha, chief of gen eral staff of the war office and late comma nil, T in chief In Yemen, ami Chadan Hey, councilor of state, have been appointed (he ottoman pleni potentiaries for the negotiations of an armistice with the liulgarian repre-i cntatives. j Tlie iiiestion of peace looms large in the foreground. The fact that Ihe official communications with regard to the Hulgarlans' reply Issued at Con stantinople and Sofia make no mcn-j tlou of preliminary conditions, bus given rise to comment, as It was gen-' erally eifpected that Hulgaria would Insist upon fixing bases before con senting to begin negotiations. Indeed, the belief was gencrul that Hulgaria would demand the capitula tion of Adrian,, pie and other foi'HI'led places, niid the foreign minister re cently staled o the ambassador that Turkey 'loobl refuse In entertain any such stipulations. Apparently Hulgaria lias found va rious reasons for refraining from such an altitude, cspei Inlly as the entering upon pour p. 'Honrs will not compel tlie suspension i,' hostilities until the arm, slice actually has been signed. As has been pointed out, the ques tion of ehnleia complicated tbe issue at Tchatalja, and today It is rumored the Hulgarians are retiring to more sanitary positions back of Tchalalja. A violent cannonading, audible tli.H afternoon in the direction of Derkos, would indicate that some engagement is in progress in that ipiattei. This morning all was ip iet In the lieigllhoi liood of Hiiyuk Click no die and Tehat.il.ia, but fresh troot s are arriiiiiK daily hy steamer anj 'rain from As, a Minor. I The polle has applied t-, the :n bassi.-s and legations t'o- the . nil drawal of the naval i on', i, gents laud ALI-li:.S AIIAN DON PIN TO I'AIMTIION ALBANIA. Loudon. Nov. SI. The Halkan al lies have ib finitely abandoned Hie Idea of the partition of Albania, ac cording lo a Sofia despatch to the Dally Mail. They will consent to Al banian autonomy and an autonomous administration will be set up hy stages, with the aid uf tile Halkan states. Si:it IAN tiOVKItNMI'.NT ILL ItKSPIX T lONSl LAIl ItK.HTS. IStigrildo, Nov. 21. It Is announced that the Servian government has de cided to respect all the rights of con suls in be territories recently occu pied by the Servian army. MISS FARLEY TELLS CLEAR CUT STORY T AS W T ESS Woman on Trial Charged wilh Fiist Dogio.c Minder is Not Confused hy Cioss Examin ation of Pioscoution. 1 1" ed on Moiiihi their pi' si ne The ainhi is ulidersi ,,i the nia H i i tit. A 1. b read. "Th. day. A Sii. were exi iiai. WillgS. e I and otb. i , , day hy 'b It is i n ject ,r II, 20.(11 'I I ... ' Sophi I Is s' ttii g ' o talk '11 'hi singing ! Idle umbo. the nl n i, ml gl olll ll 'emi r-. minisiei Mornitig .liiiirmil Hperlnl 1 eimrd U'lre ) Coluinhiis. ii., Nov. 20. --Miss I eiilia Kuiicl . Hie Stale bouse si ell. ig la pile r on trial for first degree murder for shoot ing All in K. Zollinger, could not be confused oil cross 'Xa 1 1 1 i lia t In 11 today in lo r sion of bow Zollinger was ac cidentally .shot." Miss Farley answered Ihe prosecu tor's iplest ions in tin- same low I nice and in Hie saim calm manner in which she bad told her story on direct i xaminat ion. She strenuously ib'li'l'd IIIUill of the olnau detective it. Of ic id. ll to for the .xazim my I ! I est i moil given bi ll ho had been placed in an adi, lining, that ,., ii,, ,,h I:,, l I'll being OeHtl'i!!oil. ill" witness. " ! told of Hips she had taken with Z,d- '' ,v'' i linger to various cities and ol how i pus- Zollinger wanted to accompany her t. California by boat around "The pasha Horn." J Slit' said she was fluid serious righting to-1 would Pi! ,,f her relations n. made ainl fusillade ! a n, I that because of hiicIi a at the right and left! emu limed h-r relations with him. collected the armsi SI., said Zollinger referred to Je- abandoned yester-1 ronn- ijuigley. the man to whom she was eg aged, as tier oitiiy giuiru. as l.elieied that the oh- he was iiith her so much ol the time .lilies lii ouarteriiig "'i tm ir i,gi,Keoieui. I the Mo.siple of St Znllingel ; wilh him I fear, she ,1. ,1 ; 'II I ' res,. Oomifers defended of the federation. the present policy , di'-ni of D A letter i i II"! any em lilies' from the building. Tbe . oapeis regarding tbe . ins in that historic ro'l'ii i d an impres 'i rkish gn eminent. this oriental expe uig .sir h a design. 1 iniin a sa s t iiat long New Auto Mail Line. Itosnell, N. M., Nov. 20 I;e(,llestS for bids from Washington have been made for an aulo mail line from Uos wi ll lo Catrizozo. N. M. Passenger also are In be i-airied. This route will shorten In- twelie hours th dis tance between eastern Ni'W Mexico points and YA Paso. - -nm ' Illy Morning .luumiit Nun la! I tuvrfl Wlr.l London, Nov. 21. Ashmoad Uart Ictt, the war correspondent of the Dally Telegraph, noted for his accu lacy, in a dispatch sent from the front by Ihe way of I'onstaliza. claims that the baltle before Tchatalja on Sunday and Monday, resulted in a great liul garian success. ICarly Monday morning no sound of filing eauie from the front. A gen darmerie brought orders fur I in rtlott lo leave Immediately for Constantino ple, saying that any hour the Turkish army might v in full fbtjlit, nr they had suffered a disaster. Instead of obeying the correspond ent "siiiiurcd" tlie four guards and re turned toward the battlefield. Ho could only see through the mist the red flashes of an artillery duel, which had been resumed, but on the lifting of the mist he could observe a change in the positions. "At once it became el blent that all the outlying works forming the ad vance defenses to the receding lino hud fallen into the hands of Ihe Hul gaiians who no longer were coni'eii Irating against tlie outlying lines hut hud brought up guns and were now shelling the main lines ot works In front of I lailemkeiii, as well as the left wing of Ihe Turkish lines from the captured positions. "From an officer he learned that at I o'clock In Hie morning, tho Hul garlans coiici'iiiiatcd their Infantry against the advau 1 lines and deliv ered a night attack with decisive ef fect, the whole works falling into their hands as the result of an hour's fighting at the point ol the bayonet. "This was the disaster to which the gendarmerie referred. Tho Hulgar lans were now established In an arc made by the receding circle of hills foiinlug the main line of defense, which enabled lliiin to attack at will Ihe main line around llailemkcul It self. "Still more serious was tho fact (hat they could enfilade the Turkish lelt wing and if I hey pic ter ii llailemkcul both be cut off and would be retired In coi, fusion, if it to escape at all. ilailng captured Hie outer works, ihe Hulgarians devoted Hie entire day to a tremendous bombardment of Ihe rem. lining works. They also de moralized the rcscri cs" by concentrat ing a seei nm of their flro on Ilia ex posed camps. The early morning mist iii.id' ihe fire on Hie camps Inaccurate I, in later when the day cleared, shoot inu was resumi , w ith the old time ai i in ii v and the clfccls became pain fi,l! ai'pnieiit among tho troops oC Ho- first ai mi. A steady dlibblo of im n began to have the lines, making lor sin Her in the rear and apparently no iffoit was made to stop them. So hi entire battalions began to clear of in masses and the whole army el ps shows signs of breaking up anil . tiling in ''.infusion. Throughout thu morning the Turkish artillery replied to t be enemy 's fire, being neither chary . f diseloNing their position or short of . ,i i oi ii nit ion. It was evident that this bombardment of the first army corps was onli intended tu demoralize tha ti imps and to keep in check any counter attack against the main Bul garian a, dance on 1 lademketii. "During the morning and afternoon no infantry attai k was delivered against the main position which wus subjected to the same concentrated bombardment as the outer Works suf fered the previous day." As to the positions of the combat ants when he left the field Monday. Mr. Harllctt says: "The Hulgarians occupy all the ad vanced works where their artillery Is established and is engaged In bom barding the center of the main lines of defense around llademkeui. eA t dently with the intention of delivering an iiiluiitry uttu.' k Ulv in the cvvuiiMj, reed the een- wings would compelled to ,vcre possible