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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
CITY EDITION CITY EDITION -SIXTH VRI! ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, JUL ixillv ( artier or Mall. Hs H Month NIlv-lo ('lli-H. .V. JURY DECIDES THAW IS Sft: DECISION FROM BENCH FRIDAY Demonstration Occurs in Court Room When Verdict Is Re- turned; Slayer of Stanford White Is Near Freedom, APPEAL MAY BE TAKEN DV CTATC'C ATTflDHCV Di oinilo hi iunnr.1 M thai Than sane The diss mi? juror saiii thai he east his hi I that way nun,, as a matter of I guments Are to Be Heard hM w,Jrthln . thathe ve by Jlldge This Moriling OnUtscusslon. The vote wa unanln lotion of Stanchfield to ' . Onmmllminl tuss Commitment, SEO WIRE rry Ken ircd sane w York, July 1' Thaw today KM the supreme court here before Justice Peter Hendrlck, Forty-eight minutes wi re consumed and two balloti were taken In reaching a verdict, Justice Hendrlck on Friday mora ine will SJIrnouncs whether the com mitment upon whi'h Thaw was In carcerated in the slat.' hoipital for shall be vacated, thereby giving to th,. slaver of Stanford White the lib- ertj for which he has (ought In the courts for nine years. Il was at the end Of B day of ad dresses by counsel and the charge of the Justice thai the jury retired. While the twelve men were deliberating the crowd In the COttrt room and about the court house was augmented by Korea of people who believed that a verdict quickly would be found. Shortly before 4 o'clock a haliff came from the jury room and Informed Jus tics II, ndrick that a verdict had been reached. The doors Immediately were lucked and Juttlce II, ndrick, ascend ing the bench warned the spectators that any demonstration would lie met with severe punishment. Then the Jury came In. in reply to a question b) the clerk of the court as to whether a verdict had been reached, the fore man handed over a sheet of legal pa per, which was paaaedr to the justice Cn the bench. Justice llcndrick readj ii and handed It back to the clerk. Demonstration In CoUM Itoom. v,,. ml. men of the jury," said the Clerk, the question you have been asked is this: Is Harry K. Thaw now Mine'.' Your answer is: Yes." De spite the warning si veral persona stood up in front of their seats. The '"Hit room htimineil like a dynamo Justice Hendrlck and a dozen court attendants rapped for order. Meanwhile Thaw, who, until the verdict was announced, sat at the counsel table with his chin resting In ' ' hand, had turned around and grasped the hand of several of his counsM, Then he went to where his mother was sitting a few feet away and throwing his arms about her neck I Isaed her twice. Mrs. Thaw at th" ame time I'alted her daughter, Mrs. George I.. Carnegie, on the Shoulder. Thaw later shook hands with his half '"other, Joalah Thaw. Judge Rostov i ti Decision. The verdict recorded, John B. Stanchfield, chief counsel for Thaw, m de a million that the commitment ned by Justice Howling, following erdlct of "not guilty on the ground Il .-anity," which was returned by jury at Thaw's second trial for i n, hi tlfi- of White, ba vacated. Jus- ti, , Hendrlck asked DeDUtv Attorney neral Beckef what he had to say to eh a motion. Mr. Becker, In reply, quested time in which the state '-in prepare an appeal, Justice ndrick reminded the lawyers that had not given his decision and that quently It luul not been finally Ided Which side might desire an peal, He then set II o'clock to ll morning as the time when he receive briefs and hear argu- in his chambers upon the nm- Would "cuts t"'ii io dismiss Hie commitment. The jury was discharged and then court "i IW i rossed to the box and shook hands warmly with each of the men. His mother also shook hands with the lory men, saying to each, "Thank you, " much for all that you have done." "ne of the Jurors asked her whether had ever had any doubt of the re H of this proceeding. Mrs. Thaw n and replied in the negative. Jurors Photographed. The jury and Thaw then filed Into room adjoining the court where Photographers! were walling. Thaw " e-elf moved the benches and chairs "round in the room so that he and " as with great difficulty that the ' ourt attendants and deputy sheriffs Prevented scores of men and women ''am dashing up to Thaw in the court room and the anteroom and shaking 'and in congratulation of his legal victory, It was with much more dif ficulty that the crowd was cleared rr"m the room. hitside the court house under the idoW of the toWoring municipal Wl XTHDIt PORECAST. Washington. July 14 New Mex ico: Centrally fair Thursday und Friday; not much change in t I'd ature. a wide flight Of ching down into These Steps hud ftcim.on with hun The street anvl the 1 Sidewalks on ither aids were als. ongent ! when Thaw, (tanked deputy sheriff a, appeared hi the door way, u great eheer went up and those street and went to tile sheriff 'I of flee. Tiiere lie removed hie , out, sat ! down, lighted Cigar, and, crossing! his legs, looked out of the window at j the great crowd being dispersed by I policemen in tiie street below. I wound m h10" ? the weJ he borough .Mr. .Marks also laid that he the oilier member of the Jury Del Th.J ...,.... siiitv mentally weak, but thai t did not believe thai he would h Ight lot treed fOllOWlnl the si White, an architt Madison Square Q I on August 17, 1913, escaping automobile to Coatlcqok, Que- .here he was arrested. He wasJ released and sent back across; 'order, being arrested in New! hit. the followed many lega Thaw's return to N and was brought bi those who aide I i k her, i he a and With ape, was j ThaW was declared mentally sound j in New Hampshire, his counsel then ! started proceeding! here to have his 'sanity established In the state which ! still wus fighting to have him returned to Matteawan A mol trial ! Hen- (by jury was granted by drich on April,. "J. Th iin on June SH STEAMER HAS NO BOMB ABOARD JRNINO JOURNAL. .a LEASED WIRE) ., July 14. h Head. 01 ic British ird which en placed ,v Orleans lately to ,ped With re knew n. gin. nothing ol eltorts to notiry mm oi ine supposed danger until the ship was boarded by a pilot off Cape Henry. A thorough search then disclosed no explosives. The Howth Head will take on coul here and continue to Dublin and Bel fast. She has a general merchandise cargo, Fears for the vessel's safety weri aroused by lb rei eipt of a letter by , New Orleans newspaper In which notice was given to watch for reports Of the Howth Head and also the Brit' ish steamer Baron Napier, which left New Orleans With mules for England, The Napier has reported bj Wireless that a search showed HO bombs aboard. LAND COMMISSION DECLARED TAILUREi (V MORNINO JOURNAL SPECIAL LEASI1D WIRII Panama, Jul) Owing to the recent troubles in the joint land com mission, its failure to agree on numer ous important claims, ami allegations hv iiie Panama members of the com mission, charging unfairness by Hie American authorities. Major General '.eorge w. Uoethals, governor of the Canal .one, has written the secretar) of war requeating that the commis sion be entirely abolished and that other means to, adjudication of land claims against the United Slates be ion rid. Oeneral Qoeth&UI advocates the or ganization of a court ol claims in the Tamil Zone to deal With land claims and give the Claim appeal to a higher c Stales in case the; in Ihe United j . dissatisfied; with the awards. The trouble between the canal Detail arose some months ago leached their culmination eal'K June when the sessions of the c mission were suspended and IrtVI i lid In WIRELESS STATION FOR TAHITI ISLAND T MORNING JOURNAL tUClAL L1A0 WIREl Hapeete, Tahiti. July 2. Tahiti will soon be in wireless communication with the outside world. Captain Morincuu, the expert appointed by the French government, has arrived to ...... ..-in, n, I ihe erection of a wireless plant In this colony. Work gin at once and it is expected station will be working in fi' months. I. building, ther StOSMI steps chambers str, heen crowded dreds of persn IS THIRD Bf OBREGON AFTER FIERCE BATTLES Pa eon G Of FUlldS Loans r rom nicn me: Including Madeio Fi NEXT STAND LIKELY VILLA DRIVEN TO BE MADE AT TORREON i i 1 I DANIELS TO VIST mmunlcations Are Threat- THOMAS ened and Queretaro and! San Luis Potosi May BeL5!f.JL . ! use villa's s ad-1 ,BV MOHNJN4 JOURNAL BPK El Paso, Texas, Jul) ixi stand against ad- been abandoi : Zacateei i the ev it way. ""' have elon icete- .1 bel made in good though with ; li, al- To hold Torre,, n it Will lor Villa to concentrate tore,, than he had a I Agua Between Torreon ami Mon are operating at least Ibr, y then ilia or- I ganltationi, one undi r th, of General Raou afadero. cording to his reports, ha fully with st i attacks by or Cafrania at vai ious po past full' days. Cosnmunkatlon ESndai A concentration may be with, however, by a com nient directed from Mont expeditionary movement Carranai government is si Initiated has lor lis object ment of a force w est win d clova through Cuatro i, less checked, tins column rive at a point on the rail of villa, cutting his line ol Cktton with Juarez, his on port of entry. Advantage With Oun villa's abandonment of llcntes appeals distinct advani problems north Chlealote. just n give Carransa the milita i an dosi. easterl) on lb' main line from Mexico Texas. San Luis Potosi, is held b) one of Villa' is Queretu ,n the same il BOUth. Willi Iin- exception o two towns all important stall the line from the captal to Hi these ns on I i on tier are in possession of Carrnn.a V illa Position Difficult ('arranza's agents have pointed that the abandonment of At Callentea has isolated Ids two g; sons al San I. ins Patent and Quero and that Obregon, supported by fo sent from the south, should be lo bring about the re-op, nine; ol line without Interfering seriously his Campaign against Villa al ' rcon. That Villa has heen having flCUlty lately in getting money for campaigns is a report current I and M is said lie has levied heavy b ,,n many or the wealthy prop owners In northern Mexico, InclUI two members of the Madero famll ELKDOM REPUDIATES STATE ASSOCIATIONS associations lost their light for full recognition bj Hie grand lodge m l'lks when Hie report of a special commltte was adopted today. The re port recommended that state associa tions be allowed lo suggest ameiul m , Mis to the constitution, and that they ni be perml i to endorse can didates for office. Sponsors for tin- state associations have been endeavoring lo obtain the consent of the grand lodge t nil" delegates to the grand lodge instead of having local beiges name the deb -tat. .- as is the pr.sent custom. It is claimed the present method threatens to make th, grand lodge nnwteldy. II was predicted that slate associa tions, of which there are thirty six. will renew their fight next year. A partial report of the committee ,,n new ritual was submitted and Ibis will be presented in Its final form next year. Several amendments to the constitution were adopted but no radical change- were made. The final session of the grand lodixc will be held ,,. when the newlv elected of- ALCOHOL FOR THE 7RFNPHFS IM PRANCF within the I . the beginning the Kren making lent prohibited tu asportation ol ah ttew alertnei Soldier. axpoi ad permitted of a litre visl 1 1 head, ham. mid t hoar i,, ti ACOMA PAYS HONORS TO LIBERTY BL oflices were ciiihpu j v, as proclaimed hi i of the Liberty Bell, ! four" p, ni. from Ben i Tie- bell l tt for ! the state capital ai i OF ECCLES 5 t m-i Celebrated Plural Mart Case 1 1 1 . o I v i n . ddea ami net small amouni I'Tank (instil case of Allier nasi the Oavl j m mey, a t torney the defense m th idea or Bectea ai foil s estate, declu ; It Was Hot pOSSll was the husbam iin such contrastl he is a son of Pal al marriage a nil ( third of the largi ney declare! that David !: cles is tl est: the , ihad protected . ; Bcclea for year gte I leooes I m Icated, and do church would ing at anothet "Why slain h with Hie stign seventeen cai of marriage in Arguments morrow al'tein EBRATES IDAY OUR N AL IRICAL 11.1,1, WH II ( 4 -it p. in. I I i j less of a paradi and I, I since Ho- origin of the t CASEAPPROftCHLS nllClE! ARGUE TBI I'idcd Hi color flags that ban heen riynig sime ihe outbreak of tha war. wa re i, 'placed by fresh batineis Everywhere it was distinct I j a day ol Hie national battle hymn. "The Mai selllaise," ami a day In Fails for thousands ,,t patriots who honored Captain Claude Joseph Itongel di i, isle, composer of the hymn, whose body was brought from Cboisy-le-li.e und placed In the hotel lie- Invalid, s All the patriots wore medallions with Iin- I, list of de Lists and aim" of the city of Parlg on them. These ne dais were sold for th,- benefit of tin- Paris fund for the relief of soldiers. ENGLAND DEALS UNFAIRLY WITH S Gl vv i Fn UNFAIRNESS CHARGED BY PACKING COMPANIES! Rights of Neutral Co ni i del ,1 trade un - nisi i nl, rem kers w e II, III,, 1 1 ill diet ass m pai Brltta little cargo , they fernmi ol III id I hi declare Hint Hie ni purposelj delays air claims for seised i tliev ale not in Hole with neutral I h e .,, he assured ,hi ions irted p England, Alfred R, dyvai'd Orej ,ass ai Wash native in Englund iv i .i i Id lie amicably Uy ail dlftert n ea ci upon, when the sonalde terms were authorities ami im-,ni- immunity. the Hull who it leg it, si i-l He the he pa. Wrrn arc nol in Curthei chances In re with neutral t'OUntrlei . m receive ushiii ir products will be al lined o lake ipenlng trade mless they ai .,.,., thui th. I ii in lion. ifS were li,nlHt. il that ivernmeni should take In seems im redl nam, adjustments meet Ihe Kngllsh demands. They being entitled to p their SOOda. and ,i, i are i hat as Amei l an cltisens wis should be afforded protection by the Cnlied Slates and thai tin govern- siiiiid Before Order Issued, Th,- itatsmeni layt pari i ular stress upon the c.,s.s of five cargoei shipped hefore November last, in -i-d on the high seas on the ground thai they presuinal.lv were ulliinalel destined for Germany. These cases, postponed from time to time, are set MEATS FROM KM Ck il ,th tin mIn in ' J 1 ''.it it the seined the pn it the 01 1 1 HI HAV L UNI II MPl Nl W I . IE MOWNIN9 JOURNAL (HIAl lt.ll" Wl"i en II." Seattle. Wash.. Jul) I I Hie Impe depart-) d, Nobles of t in- Mystic Bhrlne, in se ttle do-1 eret session lore today, established ntatlonsl temples In four new cities and grant ti ri itood e,i a dispensation not Immediately af ly, I'1'' fectlve, in a fifth, citlcullyl Dispensations granted last year for Moslah Temple, Fori Worth, i'ox.. and Ansar Temple, Springfield, in . were imade effective ami Arabia rempie, Houston. Tex , ami Kerbels Temple, Knoxvllle, Tenn., come Into exletence without the usual year's delay. Itoa- nnke Va.. win he required to wall a year.' Visiting ShrUiers and H'eif hand.' spent Hie day In sociabilities, no lading strci concert! and visits to various tSmOlea. There Wai a lag pn- ighl. SI FO OPERATE f W STEAMSHIP LINT steamship line to operate from sh.mg hal anil other .southern China potts os which now iloiniuale in, if ic trade, according to a, I III order to lake advantage 01 im congest, d freight situation in the far Bast, due to the withdrawal of space 111 Japanese ships, the report says two vessels prohaidv win be purchased In Summary of War News of Yesterday Wood, and the sector to Hie ma Hi ol Arras are Ho BCSnea of Hie most vio lent infantry fighting now in progresi on any id Hie numerous battle fronts, although a belated report from i-on- gtanlndpln 'ass that on Monday the allied forces made a , hie, mined al ia, U In land Hid sea against the Tur- lory action, ai i i ui J i Jbei com i between Dounl w as sin i el -I ally curried squadron of heavy aeroplan Hie AllSl there has h which h, ItU Juh iibel The l: in that In i ory of about One and a third miles r I c r I ,, Qni lis re- French mans n e glon they positions four-fifth ill,- ami il fifths of trade, however, is to resume nego- ti n ion with tb,- miners a i i he point at which they wars recently broken off. and this. BOOOrdtltl to London , Us ual, In s seems lo offer a way out of GREAT BRITAIN I T ON F II MINERS' STRIKE tty Thousand Welshmen Refuse to Supply Fuel for Navy Without Sharp Ad vance in Pay foi Woik Done, SOLDIERS MAY SOLVE GRAVEST OF PROBLEMS Crown Prince Claims to Have Sained Su French: Reix Heilm the munitions of War bill i mining Industi j winch wan miners auhject to severe hey strike, it u practically iat a large number of men work in South Wales tomof , urtallitii: the supply of coal aval vessels. deration of miners of the Ingdom, the labor leaders geaaral publtc, upon whose he miners would depend to strike a sue, -ess, are nil i iii to continue work until Itenl can he reached, but the council of the South Wales a majority vole refused to this recommendation, a , aecutlve union by aupport I large proportion of Hie men are pre 'paring lo lav down their tools, shoii strike Mkatf, tl Is not believed, however, 'bat the 'strike will Inst lonjr, us the men I themselves are divided and the South Wales union has not the funds lo fi nance a lonn struggle; Die miner."' federation of the United Kingdom niter its recommendation is not likely to assist them row lis exchequer, I There Is also a possibility that the L government will utilise the miners who enlisted i Itti army and who have not yet left the eolilitn In work j I he mines. Ktl foi' I t'OHII tinc. This dispute, whi' h Jeopardises the work "( i be navy, occupies the public mind III BngUUtd above ull other rBst Item, and the official reports of tho 1 fighting in tin' cast an, west take i e, ,i place i n fiei, except for a I sharp conflict OB the Argoniie, where I Hi,. Oerman official communication irlalms an attack by the crown prince's I army was "crowned with complete j sue, ess," lad which Ihe French re port says was repulsed, there has been j little doing beyond the usual artillery 'ad ions ami Ihe bombardment of points of concentration. Berlin Report Dm! ad. I Tins is the second success claimed for the crown piincc In Ihe Argonne during Ihe last few weeks, but, as In j the previous ease, there Is a complete conflict or testimony between the two headquarters, The Germans state thai they took nearly 1,000 prisoners, (while tha Kiciich, although admitting that their line momentarily, gave way. deols resle and I Tb eit be wblb Hi ,1 lb attneka ai - I tumor i com i ast. p is im change reported on the sastern Of Italian fronts, eports llial Turkey is seeking parate peace, that some change In Hall. an Situation Is imminent, and Ho allies liavl made further pro I ,,,, ihe UalllpSul peninsula, slid official confirmation, i.i i n1i i TlVTTTf IH HI poilTEO in niAlfCB Paris, July It tlUM p- Bt.) The following communlcattdn was issued by the war office tonight i "In Belgium the enemy bombarded h'uriies and Cost Dunkirk t southwest of NteUDOft). In Hie way of reprisal ws tired on the German cantonments at Mlddelkerke, in the region lo ihe north of jr las, Hie Germans have twice attempt ed, bill In VaUl, t(l sally from (heir trenches near (touches, in the erhole of that sector tie cannonading has continued. Ai Arras, the quarter In WhlCfl Hie cathedral is situated, has particularly mffered from the boni- bg rdmel Thici cvlluinH wrie t lllerv an quite violent. attacked from Ml Theresa, and al several points W gained a foothold in the German trenches To the west jot the foresl of Argonne our attack! hove extended d Be r von and pi gains winch "In the Vosges there has been a Violent bombardment at Fontemdle. "i mi aviators, continuing their bombarding enlorp rises, succeeded Msterdav in causing Important datn age to the station al UbetOOUrt, the ml It tarj bifurcation btwsH Dottad ami i. in. one aquadton of twenty : iin, on Ihe bllillllllK ACCOUNT 0 r.n UUi to COmi Up III Hie priSS conn ai.auij I