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THIRTY-FIFTH YEAR, VOL CXXXVII, No. 37. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1913, liy Mall. 60 Out Month; Single Cople OnU Hjr 'rrtr, 0 (VnU Monti BEACH TAKES STAND SE L ASSAULT State Only Attempts to Show Improbability of the Story of the Accused New York Millionaire, EXPERTS DIFFER AS TO BLOOD ON KNIFE Physician Testifies Relation Between Husband and Wife on Night of Assault Was Most Affectionate, II j- Morning Jmirnnl Kprrlnl I rt Wit. Aiken, S. C, Feb. r. Frederic k O. lleaeh will take the stand In Ills own defense when his trial on the charge of assaulting his wife is resumed here tomorrow. ThiH was the plan out lined by the defense, ut the close of court today. It ulsu is proposed to liavn Mrs. Beach follow tin) accused New York er, as a witness. Slneo the assault upon her wan committed In tho yard of the lieach winter home here on the night of February 26, last, the story, told by Beach unci his wife never haij varied. j lioth maintained that Mrs. lieach, wan attacked bv nn link now II negrol when she left the house to give her dons mi nlilng. The state rested Its iise, which consisted almost entirely of an attack on the plausibility of Beach story, late today. The Intro duction of Beach's Jeweled pen-knife, upon which one of the state's wit nesses claimed to have found traces of blood corpuscles, was withheld by the prosecution until the last. It had been unlit Ipatcd by the de fense and they were prepared to meet expert testimony with expert tcstl monv, even to the extent of present ing a. witness who had examined the knife und had failed, us he swore, to llnd any blood cells. Four of the defense's witnesses were examined this afternoon and the testimony of all of them concerned the knife When the prosecutor t,:itioi;nccd nt the opening of the ulternoon session: that the state had presented it case, the defense ottered 1)1', Partridge as a witness. Ir. Partridge testitled that he had examined the knife and had Informed I)r. 1. Hastings Wynian there was no blood there. He wuh making a very good witness lor the defense, until Prosecutor Gunter be gan cross-examining him. He seemed to become confused and answered questions only after long hesitation. "Didn't you refuse to put the result of your examination down In writ ing'.'" demanded the prosecutor. The w Urn ss didn't answer. "Didn't you '.'" Finally he said he did not wish to make a written report. "You Were afraid it would fall in the hands of the stitte, were you not-.'" "N, I was unbiased at that time," "l;ut you have become biased since then, haven't you?'' "No." Then the prosecutor questioned him about his direct testimony that the knife had no broken blade when hi; i i mined it. "Will ,ou swear that the knife had two blades'.''' "n, I do not think 1 can swear to It." "But. vou diil lust now." prodded the iit'oscculnr. I The witness remained silent for a long lime. "1 think It's safer to leave out the other blade," he then said. ICxpert testimony was given for the defense by Dr. T. F. Ocrtcll of AK gusta, formerly professor of path ology and microscopy at Iho I'nlvcr nily of Georgia. Anticipating that the slate might content that one blade of the knife had been broken off by a blow at Mrs. Heach's throat, the de fence, nuked the witness if. In his opin ion, It could have been broken In this manner. Dr. Ocrtell said he made, an experi ment on the body of a negro with a similar knife, inflicting such a wound as had been made in Mrs. Beach's neck without damage to the knife. "So ,vou took a dead negro and tried to break off the knife in his neck '.'" "1 did." Mr. (iunter then wanted to know If It would not be possible for u blade to be snapped olt if the blow was not clean. "It might, but the wound would be a jagged one," replied the witness. ' The lieach family physician, Dr. C. D. Hall, testitled Unit after he whs called to the lieach home by tele phone, he found Mrs. Beach suffering from a three-Inch wound In her throat, a superficial wound In the left breast and ail abrasion on the left ear. "Was the attitude f Mr. and Mrs. Beach toward each other one of af fection ?" "Yes, Mr. lieach held her hand all the time I was dressing her wounds." Dr. Hal! said he saw Mrs. He h before she was carried upstairs and that she told him then she had been attacked by a negro. The defense's last w itness of .(he day was Dr. B. F. I Wyman. who expressed the opinion I that a blow at the throat with the lieach penknife could not have broken thu blade. . , IN 01 DEFEN If TRIA on DARROW'S TRIAL IS WITHOUT INTEREST l.os Angeles, Feb. 5. John U. Har rington, the Chicago attorney who testified against Clarence S. Imrrow, In th. latter' I1rt trial tor aliened Jury bribery after ilciniindlnK ami re ceiving Immunity while on the Htand, M expected tO 1)0 8 Witness UgUlUSt Harrow In tin- trial now In progress. Friend ol' Harrington repeatedly lime declared that he would refuse to form, here for the trial on the Indict ment charging narrow with the brib ery or Juror Jlob.Tt F. Buln, but Har. rlnglnn, arrived hen' today and was closeted for Home time with Idstrlct Attorney ' Fredericks, Harrington, who wan employed by the MeNanuira di fensc, tcstitlcd at the til Ht trlul that he hail ilccovcd Harrow to n hotel room In whleh u telephone deVlee had I n Hccl'eted for the purpose of oh- tnlning alleged damaging admissions from him. IIIn period on the stand waM replete With Boiisntlnhal Incidents. Bert II. Frail Min occupied the witness Htand all of today, the afternoon hcs Klon having been dcvoteil almost ex clusively lo liarrnw'H efforts to Im peach the w lines. TriMy I'l'cu-Mts Jail IMIvcrj. Peoria. Feb. .,. Fdward Stewart, a trusty In vented a Ing forty Jail door snatched who hail the Peoria county jail, pre Jall delivery today by drlv -prisoners from the outer at the point of a revolver from one of the turnkeys been attacked by four prls- oners and was being overpowered. STATI Plan for Reorganization of Army Brigades to Be Car ried Out, Beginning About February 10, (Itr M,rnlne Jf.MrnHt Hrnl TjhH Wlff.! Washington, Feb. &. t allying out the recently adopted plan for the or ganization of army brigades, ol d, is wen- issued today for the transfer of station of six inlantry battalions and simadrons of cavalry, located In the middle west and on the Paclilc coast. The movement; are to commence about F bruury lath. These organi zations are t" b" moved as Indicated: Third battalion. Fourteenth Infun ry from Fort .Missoula, Mont,, to Fort IIhiibi, Wright, Wash.: Second bat- 1 talion. Ninth infantry from Fort j Smelling, Minn., to Fort Thomas, y.; First battalion und machine nun pla toon, Fight, -entli Inlantry from Fort liliss, Tex., to Fort Missoula, Mont.; Third battalion. Fourth Infantry from Fort Logan II. Hoots, Ark., to Fort Smelling, Minn.; Third battalion Ninth Infantry from Fort Sill, okla.. to Fort Logan II. Hoots, Ark.; Sec ond battalion, Ninteetith Infantry from Fort Sheridan, 111., to Fort Sill, Okla., and the Third si,uadron, First cavalry from lloise barracks, Idaho, to the presidio, Montcroy, ("al. Sciiule IMsses Fortification Hill, Washington, Feb. f,. In less than ten minutes today the senate passed the fortifications appropriations bills, carrying :.-1 .VJMi. The amount Is the same as authorized bv the house. JAMEST. STUART T S Major General Leonard Wood Appoints Biigadier of Civil and Spanish Wars to Mar shal Patriots, llv Mi.rniiiK .lourniil Siieilitl i Mwd Wlr.1 Washington, Feb. r,. Major (leneral Leonard Wood, grand marshal of the Inaugural parade, today appointed Prigadier General James K. Stewart, of Chicago, a veteran of the civil and Spanish wars, to lie marshal of "vet erans and patriotic division" of the parade. Xirw Vllltk NOT TO PAY I'Oll Albany, N. V., Feb. IVAKilllAb, r. New York stute will troops to not, spend a dollar to send the Inauguration of Presi dent-elect Woodrow Wilson. Gov ernor Sul.er has so decreed. Notwith standing this, several organizations, the governor says, have signified their intention of going at their own ex pense and he expects the slate to be adequately represented. President Taft's Inauguration, four years ago, cost New York state 1M,0U0 for the transportation of its troops to Wash ington. The state expects to appro priate $150,01)0 fur representation at the Perry Victory centennial celebra tion at Put-ln-Hay, ()., and as much more to transport grand army vet erans to Gettysburg to attend the fif tieth anniversary celebration of the battle of Gettysburg. These celebra tions, the governor believes, neces sarily entail expenses to the state, but presidential Inaugurations, he thinks, should cost the state nothing. Gov ernor Sulzer will ride h horse at the head of the New York troops In the Inaugura) parade, , REGULAR TROOPS TO dns Oil 10 ALLEGED JOKER IN F IS DEFEATED IN THE SENATE Senatoi Ciampton Leads Suc cessful Fight for Amendment Divorcing Hie Banks From Politics, NEW CLAUSE ADOPTED - AFTER MUCH DEBATE; Vote on Bill Is Made Special Order for Next Monday Af ternoon; Busy Sessions in Both Houses. (.(si t ,Hl Hiirriiu f M..riilnr J.xirltnl Sahta Fe, Feb. 6. The n nate to. day defeated a move to retain an al lowed joker In the finance bill, and by so doing took u lolm step toward keeping the banks out of politics. If the I ill passes the senate and house--and there Is stronn hope that it will the llnanelul Inslitutloiis or the slate will have no Interest In any election in the future and will all be assured of Kcttiim their proper and Just pro portion of the funds of the state. county or city tn wnicn nicy may .. located, as Well as their share of in stitutional deposits. Credit for the defeat of the Joker 111 this measure is larely due Id Sen ator C. c'rampton, ulthough demo crats und progressive voieu wm. him. However, the democrats only numbered seven and the progressives two. It was tho three repuiuican votes, which Mr. t'rampton swung, that gave a majority for the reten tion of an amendment mai niuntieo the possible political intent of the measure. The senate tills morning laid the foundation for the events of the after noon. Things went along peaceably in the onsideratloti of Senate lilll "4, the linaiiec act, the house considering each Hurt ion separately In committee of the whole, until Section 12 was reached. Then Mr. Crampton rose and offered an amendment which struck out the discroi'onary power of the tleasurcri of the various hoards, state, county, municipal and other, to deposit the monevs In their care in such bank as they might fee lit, provided they i,uu!il!cd. Probably because he advocated the amendment, the supporters of the bill as it stood did not make any ob jection and the chair ruled thej amendment adopted. Just about that j time Mr. ('lark and some others wokei up. The particular pet joker of the whole measure, the real reason for Its introduction, it Is said, had been taken out. Senator Clark Is diluted as having said that with that amendment standing he would vote against the measure, although he had intro duced It. The effect ot that parlieiilar phrase would have been to prevent tho treas urer, say in Mora county, from send ing the county funds to l,ns Vegas lor deposit under the terms of the act. That would probably not have suited certain peopie ut all. Consciu,intly, later In the session w hen Section Iti was under considera tion, Senator Holt Ruve liotiio that he Intended lo move when the entire bill had been read, that Section 12 bo reconsidered, with a view to striking out Ihe amendment. The section, with the unicudntent, leads as follows: See. 12. I lie treasurer of every (onnlv eitv or town, or limit,! In con. Irol, shall deposit the public monies in one or more banks or trud. com panies within his county, which have MUalilicd as depositories thereof un der the provisions of this act; but every such county, city or town treas urer, or treasurer of any board In coiiirol, when no bank or banks in his country have so qualified, Khali deposit the whole or any part of the public monies in his custody In a bank or banks doing rinsiiiess In some other county of this slate, which shall havo (ualilicd as a deposito,. or de positories of any such monies us here inbefore provided," The words stricken out by the amendment were as follows: "or when In his discretion ho shall deem it for the best Interests of the county, city, town or board In con trol, so to do." This littlo phrase was Inserted immediately after "have so (MiaUlied," about tho lillddlu of the Hection. , The house this afternoon passed a full crew bill unanimously, sidetrack ed the state fair bill locating the fair at Alhui,ueriue Indefinitely, and re coinnittcil the lugging bill which has conic to be viewed as Ihe sand bank, and did a good deal of purely routine business. Another feature of the senate ses sion this morning was the almost en tirely consistent way in which the Ju diciary committee, recommended the passage of measures Introduced by the i epu blica n members and the equally consistent way In which every demo cratic measure was turned down. The reports Were as foHnws: 'Senate Hill .".", fining contempt, favorably. Senate Pill ,,",, hibltlng carrying vora lily. Senate Pill r,. by Air. Ilinkle. de substitute reported bv of Mr. lfarth, pro weapons, unfa- M r. '.vans,, p ro INANCE MEASURE (Coiitlnue.l oil Paye lap.) BILL- FOR FEDERAL AID TO PANAMA EXPOSITION IS Proposed $2,000,000 Appro priation Fails to Secure Fav orable Consideration in the House of Representatives. SAN FRANCISCO TO BEAR ALL EXPENSES ;Congiessman Heflin 5oints Out That All Other Nations Are Invited to Make Exhibits at Big Show, H- M.irnliMt .I.Hirn d Kprrlul Imm4 W Ir t W ashington, Feb. .', ( ipponchls of the hill to uppropi iate f .'.iiliO.IHIil for government participation In the Pan-ama-Paeillc intei -national exposition, practically forestalled nellon at this session by a lilll, lister In the house to night. The house adjourned without acting on the measure, many mem bers v oting for ml lournmenl, believ ing the vote would be taken next Wed nesday. That day has been set aside however, for the count of the presi dential electoral vole and business in the house Is so congested that it hard ly will be possible lo get the exposi tion hill up at any oilier time. I'.epre scntatlvcs Mann, la moot, tlarilncr. ('oilier and Sldsoti, led the light against the bill, arguing that no ap propriation should he made be, ausfl San Francisco won approval by con gress of Its exposition by promising lhat the government would not have to spend one cent. Ii. prescnUitiv c I.enioot declared I'm, the petition for seven commissioners a year, for nearly to nearer to a piec, of thing I have seen in at ;,:,IKI eai h, ir vcars, "conies gralt than any the house for a lout; (ime." liepfeseutatlv e 11, lliu. of Alabama, chairman of Ihe exposition committee, ami other advocate of tile bill, in sisted that since tile l ulled Stales of II, dally had Invited the nations of the world to participate In Die exposition. It would humiliate its.-H bv failing to I send an exhibit of its ow u. CHINESE LI NOW OPEN TO or Minister of Finance Declares Needs of New Republic Are Urgent and Money Must Be Secured Quickly, (Ilv Yl, , ruing .lourniil NimtIdI I n,",'il VI Ire 1 Peking. Feb. 5. The Chinese min ister of finance presented today a let ter to the six-power group of bankers, deploring the circumstances which prevented the signing of the loan agreement and the consciiuent failure of the hankers' pledge lo make Im mediate advances. The minister points out thai the government is in urgent need of funds and that failure to ob tain them will place the country in a I dangerous position, and adds: "According to the proposed agl'ee loan was secured meiit the six-power by (lie sail revenue. .Should any pur lion of tills hereafter be hypothecated as security and a loan contracted w ith another parly It would be necessary proportionately to reduce the flJ",,- OIUI.IMIO as stipulated in tile six-power ngrcenienl, In the event of a future agreement with this group. "It was not niy original Intention' lo mak" such a condition, but I here has been so much delay on your part and so many Issues have been pushed for ward, that 1 am constrained to do so, however reluctant I feel to take such a course." Thus, while the loan field 111 China apparently is still open to the sis power group, It now also is open to the tlrst coiner, wholly or In part. LOW M Y Paris. Feb likely to be representing two or three m; TAKFN PAKTI.Y i .mi:i:i . . S. The Chinese loan Is carried through banket the Frilled Stales, and other countries, who will disregard the protest ma,lP yesterday by the French minister at Peking. The loan thus is expected to be arranged without Hie co-operation of France or of the powers which support the French view'. BRAIN OF DOG PUT IN SKULL OF Ann Arbor, Mich., Feb, -The brain of a dog was tra nsl ei red to a man's skull al I'nivcrsity hospital, here todaj. W. A. Smith of Kalama zoo, had been suffering from abscess on the brain a ltd in n last effort to sace his life this r r-markab pera- lion was Sic Ith performed, was resting comfortable t j nig mil the surgeons sav he has ha lice pi recover. SIDETRACKED 1 D 1 good NORWEGIAN BARK TAT E OF CREW Another Mysteiy of Deep, Par -alleling Unexplained Disap pearance of the Sihoonei Maiia Celeste, TUMI PTC A in CD TAICC iHi.rv oiL-Mmrn inrvuo ( DERELICT IN TOW However, After Sailing Seveial Days, Storm Is Encountered and Prize Is Lost When Wave Snaps Line. llr M,.ri.i .li.urniil Siri hil I iir.l tt Irr I New puit News, Va.. Feb. ... An other nivstery of the ,b ep. pr.u tlcallv paralleling the unexplained disap pearance of the clew of the ,ji,uuirr Marie Celeste seVelal e,il ilt". has been reported here by the r.riti!-ll tank steamer Kotiinanuiu. (Hi January l'.i, churning along t ti davs out from Port Arthur and mar the Azores, she picked up the Nor wegian bark I;, inltteiit, sea vv oi thv. provisioned and fully rigged, but with out a soul aboard and no Indication of the crew's fate. The lloiimaniali. alter towing the liellllllent to Willi 111 1 0(1 i in IIih of Cape llelirv, os her III a viplellt gale, The larlc Celeste Was found at sea with a pol boiling 111 her galley a:nl tier , ap Iain's papers on the cabin ta ble and evi i v Indication lhat her clew had al audi, ned her within a few bonis of h,r ills, hv cry. lint nothing ever u.,s beard of her skipper or crew. The sto, of the nellilttelll Is scarcely I. ss strange. The Uoiiiiianlan sighted the llellllltent ill latitude 4n degrees. ;b, minutes, and longum, 27 d, glees, :in minute, riding a he.ivv sivell without a hand to guide her. bi-lore a freshening breeze. Tin: big tank steamer's lookout Imme diately reported her a ship out of con trol, iiud Captain Clalidge ut out in poisiilt. While the ItoHiu.ini. in was coming up on lor. the Kciuittent. with till, r hanging t,, and Iro. was running ..It. II. fl.u, ,.. I, ,.f 111,, roll). S pass and then to another, The llou I li,,, ii lo n lowered a heal lo taken Hue , to the bark. After more than nil hour's Jockeying, dining which tin Kf mlttcllt sailed In swoops and dashes, now slopping dead ntlenihle 111 the eve of the wind, and then I, nun, ling away to the crackling of what canvas was not lulled, a pursu ing small boat finally taught and hoarib'd her Ibr deck planks, nin e swabbed and hub sinned to a glisten ing white, boie the marks of many feet, but there was nothing to ex plain the disappearance of her mas ter and (few. In her cabin some odds and ends rolled and clinked 111 the corners, but the lockers and drawers were undis turbed and her charts and papers were ,llite secure. Ill her water tanks there was a fall supply of fresh water, and her stores of sail horse and biscuits were not depleted, A mainsail and two JMs were fin-led snugly and her lifeboats swung at the davits. The Ibuiinaliian's boarders bent a hawser to their prize and took lu'i In tow. A lew davs later Ihe Vessel-, ran Into a gale which lost the taker her prize, after a valiant light had been made to save her The slcamcr along together for several day miles off Cape Idge lost the I rose, the bark and her low bow led in favorable Weaiiier , but In a ga le met I tin llelirv, Captain Cla, eminent. As the se plunged Into a wild wave at Ihe long hawser snapped Ihe strands that to the steamer. Twice the and liiiallv bound lid I miii, nun ii attempted to launch boats to carry an ionic!' line ai'oai.l the (icrctict, i.ni each lime these were dashed against her sides and crushed against the Iron plates hv heavy seas. The hoal crews escaped drowning by the nai row'est margins. Captain Claiidgc linally gave up the attempt and made for port, lein ing the Kemltleiit at Ihe mercy of wind and sea. No ship has reported lor since. The Kcmilteiit was cmina rid -ed by Captain 'I'oi'gerseii and sailed Iron i liio Grande do Snl, liiazil, in--toher Z'u for Liverpool. She Mas of ;1M tons, a conpnrativ ely small ship, and probably carried In addition to her master a crew of Hie ,,r nix men SON GOlsTo''HUN"f FOR LOST FATHER St. Louis, Alo.. Feb. 5.-- Perry W. .Mailer, of (his city, left here today lor Arizona to search for bis fattier, Leslie Mailer, aged '.:, wliii. it Is said, is lost on Ihe Arizona ilcsrit. The elder Alnder left llel'e llecmhel 'pit, lo inspect some mines in Arizona near the confluence of Ihe Virgin and Colo rado rivers. , hi December Mist, he wiote from Arizona that he would start in a skiff down (lie Colorado river o Needles, ('al., 15 iiiile awav and there take a I I'll in for St. Louis. Nothing further has ben heard Iron, Alnder and a money order sent to bin,, has been returned b ndeliv el ed. Perry .Mailer, tin, son. will go first lo Kingman. .A i ir.. about for ty mile.i down the Colorndo river, from the place his f.llllel Is supposed to ll,')Ve slat tel. FOUND SEA: NO T AC ASSASSINS WOUND SALVADOR PRESIDENT San Salvador, l ib, .V--A11 attempt Was made hot 11 1 hi to assassinate the piesldelll iif Salvador. I 11 . Mallllel F. Amino, Tile president Has wound ed III s. Vcl.ll place, but III, lie of the wounds Is coiisldeU'd scilon. The le.ld.T l,f the Mill 'Ill's a'.S ll,-. II I Is under attest, lie is a l ', in, I ema la II. who i:ae the naiiti' of Vliuille Mini till., lie has i oiif. ss, d that the plot had In, ii com. ."led at liuatcinnbt its and thai he had been sent dlieit l t,, San SaKad.,1 ,, ,air out this SUFFRAGETTES CAUSE COMBUSTION IN MAIL I Ullid, i . s.,etl,'lld. I'i h. :,, - - i-'iv postman w.ie hai n. d this evening, ieeial of ,!,,,,, 1,11,1,. s, rhiuslv. b the eonihie .lion ,,r ,heini,.,3 contained In 1,'tl. is , in, ,,f the p.,simcn, on re l, lining fioin his iveulng loUeilioii of 'ii, 1 1 from the piibli, ( III Idled bis l, ; ,, Ii,. at the ,,os,o!i,,. The slaullv I. urs, into II, on. let,,'!' boxes. soiling table out. ills ln- Mt. -. A l.llgc nu in her or en v . Of phosJihorUS ;l, flammable eheinl,-.', dressed to I'l, -on, r colli. lined tlllns 1 1 , . i- hc'.hh in- Th, v- w. ic a.l- s.,ilth mi,, ,h, els of p "Jllstic, ,e," W it hift w . I llisci lh for won II. F L Ohio Statesman Leads Tight in Senate fur Government Supei vision of Water Power (Ilv Mt.rtihiil .laurn-d ,m(-IiI I rn-rd Vtlrp.t Washington. I-'' b- Conllh llng claims of the leih-ia! and state gov , -i ll in, ills, to control over water powcis situated within Ihe stales, imirked the opening of the delwile of the si n ate lodav, over tile Connecticut liver dam I 111, thro, mil which It Is pro posed to establish tile plll)ci,,.l ol federal control of water p v c. An agiecmeiil was made lor a v,Ui "U I lie hill, on ihe legislative day of ;''! riiary I Ith. but it Is expected l will be several days later than that h",i the v ole Is iiciually taken. Senator Hurl. in, of Ohio, leader of the faction in the senate which fa vors control of the gov einiu,,:)' over the rates and charges of water p-iwrr, defended the measure oday hum v ill I'esiiin,. his speech tomorrow. "The time will come when there will have to he national supervision over these vvaterpow ,T rates Just as then' Is over railroad rates,' said seiintor Hurton. 'It will he necessary lo re gard these as well as land, as an asset of the nation which may be so con Irollcd as (i, promote the general wel fare and as far as possible afford ,' I opportunity." ( ibjectioiis to the alleged Invasion of water rights were made by several senators, Senator Works, of Califor nia Insisted that states atone should have the right in supervise und lix w ater power rales. T RESPONSIBLE TI John Pan fessed Several ' Fai to I Who Con g Caused Repudiates Deaths and Thou Affirms Stafemei in, Vliirniiiu .foiiriii T "..p w York. IVI.. lul I I'lO-cf Wire. I . tler icpiidiat oii thai he null oi 1 1 1 m thai K 1 1 1 -ml endangered A. Itosalsky of c.'sloiiM, a year II, Ihe apart ilig his earlier coiifess M i in led a ml sent I he (al Airs Helen Ta lor the life of Judge I 'Ho Ihe , mil i of general ago, .lohn Paul I'nri mint house l.uiitor vv vv In, is under ar id' Mrs. Madeline explosion Sun, lav mind as to Ids said his oih'iiiiil flelllelt id, Ills of ititradlctory stale- rest f,,r the murder llericra, in a bomb night, i hanged his guill biiilghl, and story was true. I I is ground, his many it oeiils and other lollbl ill (lie mil a ga ries, have illtl" uinds of may be the allthol'ilie.H thought of Hi" iti.it what ti nth ,,f his slot n h, Is not rest Hilda mentally. balled now awaits actbu grand Jury, lie was remand Tombs by the coroner loda by ed I" v n r i til till brief examination at which he VV .slotl ! ,! sav ii, .thing about the explosion Sun day. Pa-fore his ai raignniorit. he said be bad no knowledge of the manufac ture of ih,. ho-cillcd Ta.vlor and Knu alsky bombs. After reaching the TomliH. however, he asked to be al lowed to make a rr.-sh confession. In this, he reiterated his statements of sending the bombs in revenge. The police, while mystified t.y Far nil's contradict.. t y stories, say they have confirmed his connection With the l.oinb that killed Mrs. llerrera, hut have not cslnblished Ills guilt of the other crimes to Which he, con fessed. . , SENATOR BURTON A O FEDERAL NT BOMB MENTALLY TURKISH CONDITION DESCRIBED AS EMPIRE People Are Starving and Indif feicnt to Fate of Adrianople; Piotcst Against War Made at Capital, CONSTANTINOPLE MAY SOON BE CAPTURED Foits Drfe ing Dardanelles Likely Allies; Maste to Be at Mercy of Greek Fleet Then of Marmot a. IWI I! Ill V KITI HMIMH TO IHMIVGI. IIIMMJ I' London. Feb. . Knver P.ey.. the Young Tuik leader, who ob tained the letiguatloti of Klamll l'a-ha a" grand viiicr, Is landing troops west of the T, hlllalja lines, according to n dispatch to the !,,ilv News from Constanti nople In another dispatch the i oi -respondent savs that all In dications point to some desperate attempt on the part of F.nver I ',. t,, distingiiiih hlniseir. He Is only chief of staff to the general of the division stationed lit F.ul sir, north of Galllpoll. but the correspondent says he Is the guiding spirit In a scheme to land troops In the Asiati Kodosl,,, He was .Marmora, ciu-unipcd. It ansports the neighborhood of sld of the Sea of at Isnild, Tuesday, on vv hi re 20,'uiO men are All the Turkish ard warships were i nt In that direction with mine Vessels, under foreign It having been repotted I'.ulgatiaiiH had mined cl, tiring expel ts, that lln PodoSlO hail.or, A Coiistanti- 1,, S.I v pes , dispatch to Ihe KxpresH that In the lighting for the ssion ,,f Galllpoll. th Pul- K. it, alls I II, Mil, Olt cup,,' the d Ghaaos and Marmora coast, near the nec of but the Tiuks. aid drove tin in mil nlioiit lino. the peninsula, al by Warships, again, killing: (Hv M.irnlng .lourniil KpwlHl M Ir 1 London, Filmland. Fell. . The Bul garians lire devoting their chief atten tion in the bombardment of Adrian ople and an attempt to capture tho (iallipoll peninsula, and no take tho Turkish foils in the rear. An official dispatch issued at Constantinople In dicates that th Bulgarians have been successful In their II rot operation!, in the latter ipinrtcr, and, according to a SolU dispatch, the capture ot (Ial lipoll Is the chief object of th Hul siu rians for the time being, nnd no serious attempt will be made lo form the Tchatalja lines. The same dlspiil, h says that the Bulgarian attack on (jallipoll Is sup ported by the Creek navy In the gulf of S.iroa. Fifty thousand Bulgarian were landed along this coast last No vember, and It may he presumed that during the arml.'itlee this force wtm strengthened by artillery. Should th lhil;.:ats capture the Turkish fort there is nothing to prevent tn urocs. I fleet from entering the Dardanelles, wlure, In the opinion of naval of liocrs, it easily could defeat tho In terior Tiirkla'i licet, In which caso ( onstautlnoplo would be at the mercy of the allies. The Constantinople cor respondent of the Standard sends a. strange story, reporting lhat. tho rem nant or the Turkish army of MotiaHtir, which has never been precisely ac counted fr, still Is operating In that district and has captured the Impor tant town of Kciitza, less thutl fifty miles from Monastic. The statement attributed to tho i lreek premier. AI. Venl.elos, that pcao speedily will be concluded, tend tu confirm the report current in Kuril pcan capitals In recent days to thu same el'lcet, allhoiisli thcrvi hut! been no evidence in the shapo (if Il'caU diplomatic moves lo support It. The Turkish government, hovvevF! evidently is in dire strait for money, even attempting to dlsposo of th crown a w, ds, and ninkliitf despairing attempts lo place treasury mmds in Turkey, Fgv pt and among tho Bins b ins in India. Tho Ottoman consul it Bombay claims to have applhtu Hons I'm bonds amounting, to live HUM lion dollars. It Is announced that the fimbassa dors' conf, renco at London haa oi : I rived at an agreement, upon the form !tla settling ihe plan under which tha j allien will take over a portion of thu ! Ottoman public debt and settling ulso jlhe allies' liability with regard to the ottoman railroads. The Daily Telegraph publishes II long iincensored dispatch from its correspondent, Kllis Ashmcad Bart lelt, nt Constantinople, In which ha says the Turkish people are In fucll a state of misery and destitution ai a result of the war that they nro coin- , pletely Indiintciit as to thu fate ot Adrianople. "Tho cabinet Is tn a quandary.' , says the correspondent. "It knows ; that It Will be compelled to cede Ad. ' rlaiiople, and Is only seeking Honuj ' means to save Its fine. It l said that the coup d'etat only was Intended to occur nftei; li.lanill pa.l) JrrvAKi HOPELESS FOR