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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1912.
FIVE WILSON HAS KIOTSNEED INCAPABLE OF L T T President-Elect Makes It Clear That He Has Authorized No Statement Relative to Cab inet Positions, Defense of Amarillo for Killing of Al G, Banker Boyce Temporary Insanity, So Tes timony Indicates, INVITED BRYAN UNA 0 BERMUDA THOUGH III! Is JivxilvuiLi &) CKEHM Purity in food, lower cost of living these are the demands of the day. Pure food is health, and health is economy itself. We can not have health without healthful food. The most healthful foods are the quickly raised flour foods biscuit, cake, muffins, crusts and other pastry when perfectly made from wholesome ingredients. Dr. PRICE'S baking powder makes these foods in specially attractive, appetizing and wholesome form, and for both economic and hygienic reasuis, such foods should be mora largely substituted for meat in the daily diet. But bear in mind that alum, or unwholesome baking powder, can never make pure, wholesome food. BAD DEBT AGENCY WITNESS TESTIFIES DYNAMITE CRANK REFUSES TO EAT WTH Agent for Barrand Widen Ar rested and Taken in Custody as Operator of Extensive Confidence Game, lll.v Morning Journal Kaecliil l.p,twvl W'lre.l Chicago, Nov. 20. A. II. ITeeinan, 40 years old, local agent anil solicitor fur the liarr i- Widen Mercantile agency of St. Louis, for whom a war rant charging the operation of a I'lin 1'ldence game had been issued, sur rendered to the police today and later was released on bonds of $3,000, Preeinan is accused In connection with aliened nation-wide swindling operations, which according? to the po lice has netted the St. Louis concerns several hundred thousand dollars. 1'reeinan Is said to have represent ed that the mercantile agency had un earthed .secreted assets of firms bank rupt and to have obtained large fees from creditors. LAWYER CHOKED MRS. After Seizing Woman by the Throat, Gibson Was Seen to Overturn Boat, Declares Man Who Saw Tragedy on Lake, SI ITS I ll.l:i AGAINST ai.i.ix.i i s im i us. St. I.ouls. Nov. 20. Thirty-live units have been filed In St. Louis against the liarr & Widen .Mercantile agency by attorneys representing clients in St. Louis, Chicago, Buffalo. South Hcnd and smaller towns. Following the attachment Thursday of the agency's bank account, Joseph Ilnracla Widen, head of the agency, killed him ef lu his fumily lot In a cemetery. i ne agency is alleged to have taken for collection bad debts, mainly found in the records of bankruptcy proceed-; '"Rs, and to have guaranteed collec tion, first receiving payment. The suits alleged that no efforts were made to collect. liii'Huo New-papers pxe cu Uiw. Chicago, Nov. 20. The Illinois la,ly Newspaper Association today Went on record in opposition to the recent federal regulations regarding ' 'giHtration Df newspaper ownership, stockholders and circulation. Ity Morning .lotirnul Sped:,! l.etiwcl Wire. I (ioshen, N. Y., Nov. 20. Dr. (leorge King, official physician of Hudson county, N. J., testified for the state today in the trial of Uurton W. tiili- : son, attorney of Mrs. Kosa Menschik S.alio, that Mrs. Szabo met death in (ireenweod lake July Kith, from .strangulation. "How long would one have to press against the throat to cause death?" asked Assistant District Attorney Wa scrvogel. "If a certain nerve were touched, death probably would bo Instantan eous," ho replied. Karly in the day John Minturn. an eyewitness of the tragedy, swore that he saw (libson place an arm around Mrs. Szabo's neck and tlirust bis band to her throat. The hoat was 700 yards from the shore. They fell out, Min turn said, and liibson swam to the boat, overturning it and apparently tried to pull tile shirt of bis bathing suit over his head. The defense main tains that tlie drowning woman tore the shirt fn in (tlbson's back. Four do! ks from (rile banking insti tution testified within three weeks af ter the tragedy (Jibson. as Mrs. Sabo' executor, had withdrawn her bank de posits amounting to $7,:i'J7. A clerk from another bank said Gibson had tried in vain three times to obtain .j,ii.r2 on deposit in Mis. SzalmS name In the bank where he was em ployed. This witness said Gibson told him Mis. Szabo had died of kidney disease and heart trouble. I'M her witnesses testified Variously that Gibson had told them after Mrs. Szabo's death that she was away on a honeymoon, and that she had sail ed for Ktitope, gone to Chicago and to Fioston. COOKED FOOD Man Who Terrorized Los An geles Police Station Lives on Raw Meat and Vegetables; Not Fatally Hurt, New pictures. Pastime and Crystal. GIRLS! GIRLS! SURELY TRY THIS! DOUBLES BEAUTY OF YOUR HAIR Rr Mnrnlns lnumil Mnrrlnt Tnel Wire 1 Los Angeles. Nov. 20. Carl Keidel bach, alias Carl Warr, alias Albert Henry Davis, the would-be dynamiter who terrorized an entire section of the city yesterday when he took pos session or the central police station with a huge bomb, did not sustain a fractured skull and will recover, ac cording to the police surgeons tonight. The blows administered by Detective James Hosick when he struck Uledel bach on the head with n billy caused two bad wounds, and It was thought today thai he might die. Tonight, however, he is much improved. Heidclbach evidenced further ec centricities today when he refused to eat the fare provided for prisoners in the city jail. He said that he had subsisted for years on raw meat. which he ale twice a week, and the remainder of his diet consisted of un cooked vegetables and fruits. He was allowed to conlliiua his method of living. lticdelbaeh occupies a cell on the seeonil floor of the Jail tonight, anil It is doubtful If he will be removed from it until his trial or commitment to an asylum, should he be declared Insane. Prisoners In the Jail whose lives were Jeopardized by the dyna miter yesterday, threatened tn kill him if he was incarcerated In th main part of the Jail. There is little danger from a cold or from an attack of the grip except when .followed by pneumonia, and this never happens when Chamber lain's Cough Kemedy is used. This remedy has won Its great reputation and extensive sale by Its remarkable cures of colds and Rrlp and can lie relied upon with implicit confidence. For sale by all druggists. All you need is a 25 cent bottle lustrous, fluffy and of ''Danderine'' Hair gets abundant at once. Knilvvav Commissioners In Session. Washington, Nov. 20. The National Association of Railway Commissioners today elected O. 1'. Gothlln, of Ohio, president. The committee ,,n express gefvlce and rales reported that the progress lf Intercorporate relations between express companies and between them and the railroads has reached a state of public scandal." Illy Morning Journal hpr-elnl l.rii.rcl Wire. 'Hamilton, Bermuda, Nov. 20. "All statements about selections for the cabinet may le disregarded until I make the announcement myself," de clared President-elect Wilson tonight when he was told of the reports pub lished In the I'nited States. II is learned that William J. Iiryan has not been invited to Herntuda. IHIY.W HAS NK i:it TALK I' I OI-' t'AlHM T lOSITIO. Waycross, (In., Nov. 20. "I have not conferred with Mr. Wilson , since the election and have never discussed With him at any time any person In connection with any office, and I have no intention of going to llermuda." This answer was made tonight by William J. Hryan in reply to reports that he proposed to visit the president-elect In connection with a cabi net appointment. "The public knows that Governor Wilson has gone to Ilermuda to rest and that he Is not selecting a cabinet. They ought to let him do the selecting and not spend their time In guessing. If they do guess, I see no reason why 1 should spend my time in discussing their guesses." COX-TRUBY FEUDISTS PLEAD NOT GUILTY Duiango. Colo., Nov. 20. "Not guilty," was the plea offered for Isaac Cox, John Graves and Jesse Carman, of the Cox canyon country, by their attorneys when they were called into court today to answer to a charge of murder for the killing of Uamuel Truby on November loth. No date for the trial has been set. The court continued his refusal to ad mit the men to bail until after the preliminary hearing. The defendants are alleged to Lave shot from am bush, above Cox canyon, Inflicting wounds upon Truby from which he died. O'RIELLY DRUG CO. L Hr Morning .lotirnnl Kiwlcil I.riiarii Wire.) Fort Worth, Nov. 20, Testimony In support of the dct'cnsc'H conten tion that John II. Sliced, the A nu, it U-i banker, on trial a second time for the alleged murder of the elder A. G. lloyee, had been wrought up to a point where he was incapable of de liberation was offered at today's ses sion of the court. A letter written by the elder lloyce to a friend of Mrs. Speed. II was tes tified, contained this line: "Tell Lena (Mrs. Sliced) that 1 am with her and will stand hitched if she will." This was after Mrs. Sliced bad I ecu brought back from Canada, w hither she eloped with th ynung-r Hoyce. The defense unsuccessfully sought to Introduce another letter by which It was sought to prove that the Hoyces were conniving al the elope ment. W. K. Fai'Well, assistant cashier of a bank at Dalhart, Tex., testified he had lent the young liovcc money Just previous to the elopement and had bought tickets and sleeping ear res ervations for Hoyce and Mrs. Sliced. STATE'S WITNESSES AGANST WEBBER TO GO FREE Bald Jack Rose, Bridgie Web ber and Harry Vallon Will be Released in Daylight; Ven geance is Feared, SUCCESSFU Induced lr. Howard t'o. lo Mnkc After a great deal of effort and cor respondence the J. H. O'lilolly Drug Co., the popular druggists, hag suc ceeded In getting the Dr. Howard Co. to make a special half-price Intro ductory offer on the regular fifty-cent size of their celebrated specific for the cure of constipation and dyspep sia. This medicine Is a recent discovery for the cure of all diseases of the stomach and bowels. It not only gives (tilck relief, but it makes permanent cures. Dr. Howard's specific has been so remarkably successful in curing con stipation, dyspepsia and all liver trouble!- that the O'ltielly Drug Co. is willing to return the price paid In every vase where It docs not give relief. Headaches, coated tongue, dizziness, gas on stomach, specks before the eyes, constipation and all forms of liver and stomach trouble are soon cured by tills scientific medicine. So great Is the demand for this spe cific that the o'ltielly Drug Co. has been able to secure only a limited supply, and everyone who IS troubled Willi dyspepsia, constipation or liver trouble should call upon them at once or send lif, cents and get sixty doses of the best medicine ever made, on this special half-price offer with their personal guarantee to refund the money If It does not cure. Mnrnlnt Jnnmnl Pn.clnl f.enarn! Wlre.l New Yolk, Nov, o. In broad day light, anil not under cover of darkness as they hoped, "I'ald Jack" Hose, "Hrldgle Webber" and Harry Vallon will be set at liberty, according to the program for the release of the three 'Informers against Charles Decker and his four gunmen tools, tonight. Mid-afternoon tomorrow is the time tentatively set. The underworld has been awaiting with Interest an Inti mation lis to the time they were to go free, for the feeling has prevailed there that the friends of the four gangsters, about to be sentenced i" death for the murder of Herman Itn senlhal, Were only awaiting the lib eration of I lose, Webber and Vallon to take revenge upon the trio. The three men will be brought at - o'clock tomorrow before Coroner Felnberg, and District Attorney whit man will present lo that official, it Is said, stipulations signed by him with counsel for the witnesses, and the coroner will release them. Sam Scbepps, fourth of the stale's valuable w itnesses against Heeker and the gunmen, also probably will i,e re leased during daylight tomorrow, William Shapiro, driver of I he "munler car," will go free shortly. Mr. Whitman will move lo have the Indictments against Shapiro , plashed. 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Wants Inauguration Day (liniigeri. WashinKton, Nov. 2ii. Representa tive Henry, of Texas, chairman of the rules committee of the house, an nounced today that he Intended to push the proposition for f hanKing the presidential inauguration dat from March 4th to the last Thursday In April, diitint; the eomlnjj short e sion. Mr. Henry said he would rein troduce the bill defeated In the last session and seemed to be confident of its passage. Vancouv e r, 1!. '., Nov. 20. ( 'harm ed with attempting to smuiglc opium into Canada by way of the gaiiK plank of the Canadian Pacific railway liner Empress of India, John I). Murray, a Sandhurst graduate, former colonel of the Mexican army and soldier of fortune, lies in the city Jail here today with two companions awaiting trial. Murray, in company with Charles Middle, carpenter's mate on the White liner, and Fred Connor, a former sailor of the vessel, was apprehended by Custom officer Sidney Smith while leaving the- boat on Tuesday night, und. vv hen twelve flve-tael tins of opium were found in his posses sion, the trio were placed under ar rest. When their cases were called in court today. Crown Prosecutor Kenney asked for an adjournment, which was ReSLiltS f 1'OIVI J 0 LI I 'Yd I Wail t A(l S agreed to by A. J. Mellish, who is ap-i pearing for the defense. I'.lonraph He Knew. (iilibs That's a pretty rocky look ing umbrella ymi have there, old man. J wculdnt cany one like- that. )ihlis I know you woueln't. 1 nut's the reason I carry It when you're around. Host on Trann ri pt. LUMBER Glass-Paint Cement-Plaster Albuquerque Lumber Co. 423 North First Street Only Thirty Shopping Days until Christmas 8tn ,f ntilo rifr ff luletlo. r.iii'HM .nrttT . Prank J. 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