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CITY EDITION CITY EDITION THIRTY -toxin YEAR ol i ll . ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, i lHtli h Carrier or Mall, 00 m Mnsagh, single-tpi. BILLION DOLLARS 5 iw-nin us STATE PUTS TWD s OP L After Killii NEITHER COULD SEE THE 'LITTLE HOUSE" When Sho i nint he was killed Were pll t stand toda) by the pros the l&M ;n.;iiu-t Jagies ,. in in charged with the nun Duran answered leationt bj statins i he porch i s a Ii tli,. house. Dun i" house was Mrs. riirii i mran stati ti that whi as tired he could uoi n ous, the barn belna bi road after the shooting and i iil'ien tn Tularoaa t' Inform n i 'i uf the occurrence. 'ulil Have . sod Trail, iin crogs-examination Durai Hie in rd ' imiii have bei n drlvt the r, gular i attic trail am avoided going by the Porter pli that they had thought ths would reach water sooner b road, which waa not so rocky Porter orchard when i tn firi d, Duran said, and Hi" peded when the reporl ch them running back past I After he hail helped mi ar f the il anil I'' unit l'nile in nun Hi" siampuuini tie, who were heading toward liurth, but thai he had aaked a 'Han, who was passing, i" look ih" cattle while he and the t rode nn in Tularoaa, Duran dl '"member any Indian In 8 passing there ai that tlm TI H;m he met. ho said, was one 11 fontmo's band, latel from kia Hearsay Bvidence Itarreil. The court twice stopped I from Riving hearsay evldi ni e four times direct" il him i" g't spongit e answers to th 1 lui : . counsel Duran admitted that h had "" n In- after ithera ot I estl- fled at tin seen ji mo pore nf : had .i , iiirv that u 'hil not know I In m ii" been worklitg In various piaci Mrs. Connelt since Connell'i receiving $40 a month. Moah Bultard followed Dun the stand. Milliard toM "I betttl the heni the day Connell was and said he was employed bj ' ai that lime. fl had lived in rosa seven i.r einiii years, rte si Buliard lUdlng ..i l!"lir Bullard wag riding at the f the herd, he said, whni they Passing ih" Porter place, lie fled in hearing a shut fired an , i killeil mm 11 ' Connell fall when the ub Then he saw JoSS Dura l ah hack to where I 'unm t urn had and fallen ward, id saw Benito Iinran t Thli witness said r lor irned ind r MORE EMPLOYE WITNESS STAND screaming that her fath killed Rnllar,; turned I ward Tularoaa for s doc at that moment. Hull. nil testified to tl an Indian at that part about the time the shot He could not see the littll his place on Ihe toad W was fired, he said, the b( tween him and it in, i ,,i Return to builard said be om u n the herd r I., i was II rea hoii-c '"' "" L, "h m being ie- THE WEATHER mm b i LOCAL i tiii:i: v. hi. h whence trial came this a ate called Neis if age, and. un t he defouae n i him as tn in.- ki Nelson said he 1ms put In Jail an tifylBg falsely at im how he wig Is Hid li" "kne . . r had lived , '.' . ..' Vi? well ... , and knew Porter and in ess testify us in ;er and Connell In ir.is.i two yearn in ground being ll 111; nf sun sum l II a sun ill Ii ti r fi"'i fclllin nswer gtrli i did help drive the ' railroad pens. Neli 1 lets then brought hit , him ai his home 'I i tun wi Is i he hai ll,. aald he nan ; imi Mrs. t'onnell j ton, Nelson de- j 'got mini at Ium j ever locked htm ml inii him. ll" ' had said tu his I iv, dial if bis' ordinarily s i Noah BulUird wi Uernoon and dcnl uit sheriff Hui sin riff Tn ker "ii i ".j fired iron ' girl was ii the ilefere- I t,,, l mffv a Mi lero Ipache in- wm at the rear t t-heard the ai..,, la.tlflaJ l In, I In ml Of the herd and I -hut I. lit eld H"l ""' passes the Porti possible the stii hii f tomorr m INMERCIFUL DISASTER Mrs Nan i her huaband i British ,i my. ni" i iciilly iestroyed her home in Bngiano. w ., lr:u'i.,i, a, tl t ne si .in., iii lined tu spend her declining days lib in r sun. wim was but heard OI Shock of his father s death, and trie refusal of the recruiting officers n ' f ,. ,,, iom him to i , ' ,h coorg with the Canadian I Lontlngeai had unbalanced his mind found frienda are endravorinsj i.. nhtain a home fnr the strn ken L OP sue S E BE ACCEPTEDBYU.S. AmoaS Secrete NO ARBITRATION OF PRINCIPLE POSSIBLE controversies between the United Sl,l'v Germany depend entirely an the attitude which the Berlin for- "f"' ' "'k'' toward the rec- onunendatlon made tn.t.u in cumi "a i .i i nMin u , m,. Merman nmnasan. lor, following iiis eonferenca yeater- nished the , i Ide mi til" .M .i Li. in Nil Instill, l i lendllncu an i lerlin why Inced that ble could ii lstak ' Inst il'iei' ,.r nn hwt i' ii.,1 I ftVOWIl I ACT ' tn view of the evidence, the United Aft, I States wants a disavowal of the actreaaa T: and this was madn rli. ii In t'uiini vnnl.i imt what indemnity should be : lives lost. Tension Is i pswncil, Tenalon was lessened todi there was iniuli more linn,. phasls w is placei ! I'm' tin I ii si time m niie strained info proceeding i km ! Berlin and the fn Ian exchange uf views confidential ij llv b n made posal rHlandiiiRS to j the wi Itlng of fi 11 ! The note from because her con liner was about i to admit liabtlit American lives I. mander wag mil 'ii offered tn i arbitration, Stiloiiiirliie ilm, refuaed lemnlt) for If the om- his I. lief, f. mini snl'marine wa ns I Hi" sinking Brltisl tj and i ould noi hav il- i aptaln of i ha , 1 1 n is shown I Imt tin concealed behind steamer Dunslej been seen by the lc. fiirt heriin re t rabtc was si rm k in, submarine Amboasadi dsrst I to i iieia .- carefu certain suggi floe, ii probablj will be ten days be - '"re a reply can be rue live II It is U disavowal of the submarln m ,t j mander's ai ,ir ' iuesli,iiiH ,i fell that original purpose relations, Wini. waiting from Berlin, tt pacts in take a lie probably will American oonfer Associated Pri insim.' ex-i ltt at the III id -i" i, i ml pressing the belief that ihe ship ! struck ittractea comparativi t here. As the lies k foi ward w hen Wei is ui which Oermai i.illv operate, and a m nn i ii bej I sui h not beep received at the state depart - un i t from Mr Gerard, Count von Bernstorfl will icav W'l.uliiui't ,,n ii'ini.iriiw fur l lie sum- im i embassy at Cedarhurat, L. I, Hi probatblj win nut return until he re VON HINOEI STILL DRIVING CZAR'S ARMIES RELENTLESSLY BOTH SIDES WASTING SHELLS IN VAST ZONE I liscus and Meld army bus erg in th twi nty-foi bul von II five thorns, indcnliurK S ind prison ! I f rged ahead iat hi in the i. ..in sun i air inai. Xp ml it in i- nl" h h arliamen fll'Sl fen IIIMH Mil i:c. i iiMIM I M PHOGRI KM Mil; l ll i:n mlah Prussia) uiuct Chateau d Donaueschlu bombardi d hv IU., , htng snlins (in . . , ... n ' ,., j' ., ' . I ' inn ind 'A Ilia, (her smith we ai" apprnai linn: lie ftearczara tributary. The railway tn i. Ida was bombarded during the nlirht. "Armj of prince Ieopold of Us varls: The pursuit in the direction nf S7.11c7.ara Ik proceeding and em nn j unchanged. VIOLENT UtTlLMIHY i it. in im. in ri: im i to the 1 1 1 nt ll uf f'lirey ami Lorraml th region of Bmbermonll," ll Itl IfHITfi I MM (.im i: i. ,mii --I Vienna, sept. 11 (via London, sej IS, I on n. m i Thi following on il slaleuielll Hum I quarters was Issued tonlsh s'luation is im- morning the Ips front, hui ll i i "mr troops fighting In l.ithtiln crossed the Orinds plain, south of Blontm, IB pursuit of ih" snem) j "iiiiiinn thoatsr After unauecegg- Teutonic Sympathies Not Allowed to Interfere With Good Business JIM HILL TALKS MATTER PI U Mill- v hombardad i portlo ii trenches unsuoct i stu hrcago's HotH i Ns -l MI NK ts IIIIAII HI l M Nil inn. !. I! - in r on reports n .i infi i i rom M.exli ii those plans. W ins found dead lodi in shut anil in le flu. in. .a ui ai ne d men i u rrying rea flags "ii the Mexican aid of the liin i Ira nde v .i i beet ed late tu- day. Kxccpl fur t Ins nn idem nil I ,( 11 i rmn wiml v.. Bepl I 4. Three six priaonera taken In Uts Indliis flghl lied today near Sun Mexicans among i 1 1 in ii Browni tonight in Hi re, Others wei "in coticentratio These were pri I county building hi b I hi ii naif hU'h IS Sel inner uni man of military experience dutj i lenerally through : lley similar precautions wen. I neae civil preparations were in fear of an Invasion from 0 sale but agalttSt Texas i .-ni' nta on this side ol I he riie t mi' d stales arm) or also tightened Its patrol. reassuring. Hi guards in frt ! the boundary i antrj forces In THREE MEXICAN KILLED BI GUARD AT SAN BENITO .with his men on these Mexicans, Th'ltenan led fl has II III ( nn ,n in mis sill I III Ii III nie troop isra, ins' i a thou - OVER WITH 108 SCHIFF, READ OF SECOND BIGGEST MONEY HOUSE IN AMERICA STRONG OPPOSITION REPORTED TO BE DEVELOPING IN MIDDLE ! WESTERN FINANCIAL CIRCLES As Counter-stroke. It Is Suggested That Propaganda for Half Billion-dollar Loan to Kaiser's Government Be Started. Whether Berlin Wants It or Not. With View to With drawing Huge Sum From Deposit. Even if Men Who Back Proposition Have to Pay $25,000,000 Yearly in Interest While War Lasts In Order to Prevent Assistance to Great Britain and France: It Is Also Planned to Cause Pro-Germans to Withdraw Deposits From Any Institution Favor ing Mission Upon Which Anglo-French Representatives Arc Now Engaged In United States. ni, In rinilinu .in loan which tn e hone i" rs I tahllsh if ibis elei I Sillies, I'm-i.i i inau lt.inl.er Ma Heretofore thi oomml nl conferred with mih hi f Ihc fii in (VnifUctlng Rtati inn ds tu feed I im f, though neltl Mr it in to I cause it Is essential to i " of ih nn ai i ih, I'nlted .'teles " Prtmuril) inter ha its . pro Herman nanken svn I ni. 1 fan are in the He u Interegi United Btatt th n ml I hgt If llnA ha t " tu prosperity and h ud times, they elm me prosperity, no matter to whom Ussy, will 'inn to lend money, 'an h mpalhlf.1 ind (lOl hopes are with Oermany tn her stnigsi," n upokesman or this group aald, '..vit poi ketbooka apeak loudli for tbe United siaii s. OpttuslUun in Middle West Not ai all in keeping with this cheering word arsa Uts Intslliffcaea re. ceived durlm 1 1 1 - ilu y by the commis sion as in tin- activities oi oortaln other (lormun sympathisers, chiefly in the middle want. In the ,,a.sip nf Wall street, prn-Osfman bankers of 'i' ro, ' inclnnall, hi. Louis, mu waukei ami other mlddlt western cities, would bitterly opposs any ac tlon locking i" the financing of the i" mi bj American banks, These baiiku as. according to report, were pre parsd, nut cmiy to rssani thi suggea i lun i ii ii i ho) migiii be pel mltted t, partblpute, imt wnuld take totlva tl Pi to Combat the trhden, nf ulber l-lopu." I ... In ... ! , one would p rmlt h ; linked with the report t ma n gympfl I ll le I s v "I e lake cxt re n n measures I flotation of the franco- i inaiiv. , IhllllC tu lit I. It pln-ller- preparod to nppoae tit ilish I, inn; Imt V.il atri el heard thai ih,- flair n mp uhls" ri oi I hi middle sraat i ' conti mplntlng aa n counter movement the flotutlon Of a half pit Don dollars' loan here for Germany v.itii the "i" purpesi ol withdrawing tins VMKl sum I i the inotiei markctx It wmild oe far better, the unuinu i tors ol this plan were quoted ai tin -e lng said, tn tie up thin graal amount of mones and paj Interegi on It, keep- ! ma ii idle, than In permit It to full I into the hands of Oermany's satmlgg, i i" i" spent here for powder and what ro i a n i ii would cost, in in. I I k I, II U a vei ami would I j h,, worth the pi Ice, they whv limited I This as imi the only retaliatory in i axprsg . 'I in i he torn) of a s all strt si rumor. It was said that 'I the more partisan workers ware pre pared to ndvnoats 'inn the pro-Oer-man depositors show their cllsplesaurs :nh ,'in banks participating In tlm proposed credit loan to Franca and 1 Ureal Britain by seeking other dspogl- i tries for their funds. I Urartu Xie loo Mish. ii was lite muni, ui of soma of the pro Herman bankers that the AAgjlo- ' French camniis.slon has made a grave 'mistake. In plauins lis requlremsntg so i high as a billion dollars Such ii drain ' on ihe resources of the banks and ii 'ni Ii ni ni : 1 1 Institutions nf the iiiv. the) assert, would not oal) .. in but would constitute ii " tin moneyed latafggts of i. inkers declined of ihe average leposttor toward I'inif In the Minted mil il sstltute 'lank irtt thai . I h,. I I t nut h.ii I -if - a I,. 1 fniind i-aong (it,, fi mi h Institutions, Nail, inal fi llank'a Rapon v hinted also i hut persona ol ii ii .-in ..r !'irlh ftciirc imp.-r Hv i" ' Ii" af lain ol banking Inetl nll III til' west i, n, iiloiu the Pa i si This element, it was lull led, would be nunc too friendly to 1 ' ' . Ipntlng In a loan 10 t ireat tain ami Prance. TIih hopes nf the i British loan contiugnut wara act v I, however, n n statement maile i ehalf uf National t'lly hank. .nn 10 ri i i m e t in Ann te a. This institU- members tlon has 1,500 correspondsnl hanks . bankers 1 1 attsred throughout ihe country. Not prlmarll) In single corn spondent. It was said, ha,t what their reglatered protest against the inati ipean i on- n i inn's participating In the proposed ,1 in. wel- billion-dollar loan. n the contrary, s Identical, there was genuine, country-wido In- h " bi teresi In the proposal and manv ro- A i,',,rl,..,,i V.iu.lo f.r iti tltta -ii, ti IW. 1. .-i , . , ,i,r iiiuu ,ail I