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CONFEDERATES
OFFER SERVICES
AGAIN
Secretary Dickinson Expresses
Sentiments of United States
in Letter in Which He Talk.-?
Peace.
Wnithiiigtcn, Mutch H7. neclnm
Hon or the uirtr tntriltlniM n( the
ndnilnlitiiuioii toward alt the world
mill a tribute (n the bravery Mini iclf-ntu-rlilee
of the aouth arc (In feat ilea
nr ii letter aililieeMtl by gnerotnry nf
Win Die HIiimhi, himself M aotltlloriler.
tu mi nrirnnlwitloiui of fniifedcrnt"
Mh inim In fort Worth, Texan. wh
offered It ncrvlccs na liifniiirt i
""IT (MIIIIHHI CllUlllrj."
The oifVt came under dale if
March 15 from "The fori Worth
i 'itiiri.il.'inli- tlmya." 'I'hi loiter atnlcd
Hint by tmriittnt'niM volt- the nrganlan
i urn linil illi'ictnd Ua officer ti Ion-lft-
aervlee "for dtitv mi I'nlted Mlntei
eiiltlh-tw "11 tile Moicatl border m In
urn other capacity am volunteer in
tie preeent rrtat involving th v i
inn- of iur (oitimoii untiA ."
"Vim Snow what we in th'
elMlea," the loiter conclude. "iimI
an- Mttll liitli.H'il with I hi- aamc HlrM.
"Wo nr at peace with all the
world," ' rtMt' Dlcklnaon ant.
' iir recotd in the movement looking
toward the maintenance of pi-m , with
nihi l imiUiim and the ndJUHlmctit of
niti'rtiHtfnitnl ilfrTrri'iii-i'x b urhiirn
tmii itiul Mlmllnr method, rather than
in towui tu mini, la baaed upon ii
rin.-d poll. Hint will inn, I bell'-vc,
in departed from Cut tin tu become
n:idicil fn war there would have 1"
i.. Mimi' unjuatlftutric wrong t rp
i rut upon uh by another nation "
Tin: accrelury ayn that ev. i. In
hii'-Ii an event arbitration undo: 'ii.-dlv
would In. Invokml.
The ultltude of the urealilimi 'i r. -taoitl
in nance movement t uoh
thHt he will ftOI penult, na fa uh he
run. our govgiWUlatU becom in
to) v0 in hoatMllea with nn tin r
government."
Thr letter continued "It t- unfo;
tiinute for our eountn mid '' the,
jMMOf nr the world that n dliipoiion
i nhowti by thoee who ! iie
I the general welfare it minklioi t"
Mimulate. by fatec Hatonn nt "l
Ml nuggeatlon. iltatruai i.ut iii i'i
i.b natwprn iwUaffa. Hm ihlim
hiiv.. In lurmer UmM biuiuli'.
iarn. but 1 ballavc that Ihirn in ii
Klrnlig!' corrortWc Mi ll i'i
iiiilnii f aiich lnflPiicv i tmiii h.iM
i vi r hitherto i-xlrtrrt n-.d Ilia: i
will In- luii"tetit now wht-r hi'li-n-i
thr mlftlt hV- lorn iff.' Il vr.
I'.iti IniUiii (iuiilHnir..
It Im in.vrU'l- Kr.ilifvliiK
h:.v iI1m 'imnirmttl' :i "f tHi:H"l'
in. in roufcU.'rut. viti-raii" Thta.
iiowwor. waa mil i'rtl t oonvlm-v
tin' that tlu I'nltml HtniM .ull liavo
im tuoi lrl iitMrur .f our i-oifl
inou uoumry You mi Uluatru-
i, mi to th world In tlir (una nul iot.-
lit ii i aarrlfici' lli.it thi h.!. .r.
v ilitiia to mahc 'ii u(initt -i .
to hifh th-y uavf tHtlr utiprt N"
...Uvrnltirs HiMl w. '"aw a..iilil
iiinh. thrwi wlllliu to abandon Hi. '
. iiumi.. Tho anvrlft'-f of Uf' ami jn"i'
n: waa ind Without allm i r
.iv am) th- wl '.'. villi
..nilet nihauHlion of tiNMiiir. .
Thla will atan) a an ill-.-, rloiia
.XIIMIl.. to thi' M.I. Of Ur roUH-
ii . If a iM-rloil ir atortn am' mum
Hhoitlil fVir ruin.'. ni) will Im- point .1
to to titlinulaii' ih.in to m- ' fv'i"
uilwrait) and not in- 'ujiralnii ''.v
iMi iinlary liMao' i dlalurU;. . f
ImallK-M. or ilralruclkon of roiniiu.r
to niiik. a pi'iui' uliliout lioiio
(.OI.lt MI.VlNt: .VI' I.DSS.
I'liinllUe Millniil- llltiilee W'orl. lu
I'.niv or t ii. in .
(t'dimulAi (teport.)
The goM-mlnina territory in tho
vicinity of Nleolaevatt. Hlbcrla. I ril
idcd Into four dlatilt t uainoly. the
Aingun. tikhoUlt. I'.lllnky ami Amur,
from I si) I to I '(hi various compaitlc
look nut BMJ.ofte troy oiim-ea of gold,
alucd at nPliroxltnatcly 10. Isii.OOu
at a luaa, due to l he primitive man
ii ! oi working the uiiitaa. The initial
metllfkl l for the owners to wot I?
th
to
it'll a)iiii. leaving the other nlueua
he mlttdil on a pi-reentnge uaaia,
iiKuall by chmi'Me ami Koreun. u
llxed limottnt of gold heiiia dalfveted
iiatly tn the company, the remainder
Ing nold at u price previously agreed
tlOllf
I'lie pHnciiial mlnca lu th Auicun
:rKt ii ru iiwinul l. thi AlllBIIU
ri-
(ioiil Mining company, and arc aim
at(l Hbaiit mile from Mcolae-wL-
Thei.. mliiea were Mold to Ilia
premiilt nwHura aevetltaen yearn ago
far l.l.i.uori. but have been wora
ed in a loaa ever alncc. lu 1IMM tile
mnpriily urectml a amall dredge,
vliicii wax (ontinualh brenblna
down, ho in nun a Lit a t one
hi i led 1 1" in (linn. in', and if 't
y,ii Milxf"' ton ."id iiiiU an e.v
t . u I
S.S.S
Tlie piinmry cttuBcof Khcuinntism jcsult't from weal- Unlmyt. cdiistipa
tinn. tmlinciitiiiii, etc., fortniti"; iinpttii' tni utnul.itii'iri in tin- i.tim. 1 !.o.-,o
timif nnd fcinicnt. cutisiti"; tine nci-1, winch is ul-;.oibo! from thi Momncli ami
ink-KttiicH inlo tlu lilood. This ditiiiKis tliu uictilatlnit fiotiut thick, rich
fluid to ii thin, not Id stream, depositing inll.iinuiatory matti-f into thcniua
oks, nerves, and joints. The Winner tin Mood is allowed to .eiuain in tin
Impure condition the more severe will Rheumatism Income. C.tadtnilly the
muscles harden and lose thou elasticity, the joints Kin to sliiTeu, and ftc
ntieutly calculous deposits form knots at the iir.Kvr joints. Thctetajuatotie
way t(i i CTRK Rheuinatisin, and that in to ekaiiHe the hlood nf the uric acid
poison. S. H- S. lV n-niovin every particle of the cause and JTRll-VINO
the hlootl. ctttes Rlu tiiuallsm j);riuuucntlv. K. S- cliiiiinaU.t the ut to acid
lucaiise it is the jtcntest of all blood purifiers, ll filters out every tim e uf the
Miur, iullauiiniuory matter, cools the acid-heated blood, fiiruMtea the mate
rial for inultiplyiiiK the rich, nutrilioiiH ciuptisclcs of thu citeulntiou, auI
by its fine tonic eflects assists the t.ysttiu to rapidly ovetcotne the olfectrt of
the disease. Special book on Rheuinatisni and inedical advice ftce. b. b. b.
is or mile at diuu ntoies. jue SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.
WOMAN'S BODY IS
NOW IN PHOENIX
i
Grief Stricken Parents of Mrs. 1
Smith Who Was Killed in"
Staje Coach Accident Aie
in Critical Condition.
Phoenix, Aiix. March 27 I'roRtia
cil wlili nil. I at (hi) ilctiih of tin i
(liiiihni. Mr A M Hmllh. who ill" M
Siiliinlny Irnin liijuiloa racnlVBtl I'n
ilny. wliau the KomovHi attigc mn ,
nirnod mi Flh Crook lilll, Mr. im ' '
Mrs .Itiinca K. Andortiin loUiiiin!
from lt"o'Vi.t yoatotUny iiflcrnnon a
a n'clocl. Tlicy wwn nccofttiwiiii l
by Mr Smith, the young htiahiinil. wit i
la liiiirlha up Urn vol y iiihIpi' tln "'I'l I
den m nf hi ywiUR wlfo. wlinm lu
lovml wiih iiaaafoniiti' itcvoilnu. I
(Mmoly following the nnlii viii
liroitghl Mr ami Mra. Aniloranii an
Mr Smltli irom Hie ilitin. win iinnili. .
mnehliif, Kent out lnl the pruMirr
dtiy U Mnhu .t Drlacnll to India tin
ri'iiuilni in l'lio..il TIid tiiMly '
inl.cn to I he Molui - Drlrtcoll motu.o
ii ml funernl ariaiiKi'tnoma will u
madt tmltiy.
Mi Andcrmni Icnnioil nt I'Uh ( r. i
of hl itnughtor h death, nil In i l
Unit hi wit., might be iilno to in
th" Jonrttpy ho atoiriilU rtlirfaail 1. ,
alglia of grlof Ai llooacvdt the tt i
rotilil not in- hcin lull:, frotii 'in'
an.vIiMH motliPr. ami inn ti lirnko iIo.m.
SVwa of the -lunUi of Mi
Smith rtai:hfi IMmciiix mil) u t
inluitU'M nfior Mr nn Mra Aiiili'i-nu
left for tlic dam Hniiiuluv uftormmii
'i'hi did not Htoi a, Mcaa but linim i
oh to Wuh Crock Tlmr. Mi Andoi "ii
niul Mm Colttm. a rh tid who ha l
volnniii.'i'cil to an with them and ri n
det nn.v asslaianpc in hw iiow.'r, mciii
Into the million Im u liiomuiit. TH"
wen' i hoti mid that Mm Smith i"i'
)ia.-i nwn aevornl hotim Imfore Tin i
blow Hiaggwi'd Mr And.'raoii. imt :
ktinwltlK Ills Wife llllglll mil bo lllil
to ho on to KiMMcvoll if alio Itiicw, h '
mot her thai there lnnl bfi no '
chnnge in tholr dtiugliler'a cnntlllloii !
WHiom thi- nlg overturned on Mt
ftmlih and Uml N'nrtou. th" dtiei
Mt Smltli iiuIIokiI a fmcture of lie
akull five inchea in IimikiIi A tiiec. '
or tho bono waa driven into the brain ',
aud fin art-ry wbk aever.il
An aoon as tho tihy l(-tun who hml 1
hoMt siiniaioued ftoni M .n niul rtmi
veil ntrlvfid the) toot. Mir illiiter oi ,
bone from the brain ami tied the ne
eBtlf. Of the nrii-i v The roadlimn
of the iwiiant then seemed airly iat-1
iafactorj anil lie waa IniiiieU m
Itnotieveli. Win rccngnlsed tiur hn
Im ltd. wh liful oomo from ItooauvHi
with Dr. Holm ii ii (1 who rode hnck to
i he dam with har About it o'clock In
thr morning ahe baai) to aink mimJ nt
o'clock tit the gftornoon h tiled.
(VMialilornblc trouble waa etcpail
enceil by ilr nnd Mm ABderaoa In
flndlng an autotnoiill to .nakc tha
Journey to duiu. M. P. Daliund.
an old frtuiK) of the faiby. nffi-ratl
Uiani the km ef Ilk oar. ami Mr. Ho
Muait'-i (Kill. Caarlw. olf.rwl to drlir'
An examination of the ante howavor,
showed that It wan in u eondiHon to
go tu Itwsovalt, nnd wonl i uoad maay
roieilra tt lo? It would ! aafe to atari
with It en auoh a trip Charley De-
Mum! hapiiouod to know ihat Cllnloa i
natniiuon a oar hart t n iut in anaoa
U gn to !too. veli Saturday, but had
not luieii nkMi out of the aarng" Mr
Campbell omild not be Itiontial, but
Mtc f'awtibcll. whin the mnitar waa
explniiieil to her, ui-imhI the ymtug nan
to take tho machine without a mo
raaiit'a ilms)
'IV rojidlt'on nr Mr and Alts- An
deraon una moiIoiik whan tltuv reach. h!
I'hocnlx yoat rdON Mim Smith wa
their niil ilnuulit'i ami Ii -i death waa
a I Ctrl hie blow to ih. in
CIHIII NliWS.
.Many Alliuipientue llitnlirs llsuc
llmiril It niul I'riillteil Tliinul'y.
"Oood ntwa inmN laot," and the
thouaamla nf tiad link aufferera In
Atbtiquornfiua are glad tn learn that
prompt relief la within thdr reach
Many u lame, weak ami aching buck
Ik laid no more, thnnka to lXan'
Kidney I Ml In. Our cltlaenn iirr tvlflng
the good newa of their uxparienec.
with the Old Qunber rtemedy. Men
la an asamplo worth rendlHg:
Mm. lVaitl; .1. fliulth, lost .South
Arno airecl. Atbuquorque, X. ,M my:
"I ilarlvmi aiat benefit front lloan'a
Kidney llllai and thla lad me to re
oomtnend them to more than one of
my rrleiula. for ftve yearn I waa trou
bled with a dull pain In the amall of
my back, which wa more acverc If 1
atiHid for nw'hile. I nlwaya fell tlrad
.ltd It wenl. Ml aa If there waa no
relief for me. finally Inmn'i Kidney
I 'Ilia were brought to my at lent ton
nnd upoii I ailing them 1 rceelvad re
llaf. I liuve tuiilmiiml conAdvncc lu
thla reineily uml ahall alwaya hava a
good word for It."
for aale by nil ileabra. Pile M
ernla. foaler-Mltliuru To.. IlllfTalo.
V. w York, aole uni-ntH for th" Cnlted
Stated
Item. tub. r tin imiih lleaii'- and
I il.i h i 'I I- r, CI i
DRIVES OUT
. RHEUMATISM
TIM RUTHERFORD
CHILD DESERTION
NOT A CRIME:
j
'
Couri of Missoun
Supioine
Mukes Ruling; Which Up
sets Timo Honorod Law iu
mi.
j. fin i i)
tci uw.
. na. fitv. Mo,. M.iri h J.- ir
4. n ..il eburiiN. wti i ll bai h.'.l to
b. with Hie nroapr mioii of father
.i im di si 1 1 i i, i hiii'rcii, han i-.-v
I a Bcvorc '.' nick ut fa handf of
the Wlwioui. upreme mart, with"-!', in
a ranont ileiUton, noMa in tMvvt thai
httit nbiii..i.r.ni' of U nrc:aHTllic.
i lime.
AlKtll.on u.o '!. I ,.. til ea .
.. -I., iii i' b Jnl. l.ia. - K tj.ioil-
h ..' n.-utt . im t , ho witi In-
i i i!i".e the i . .. i nun in ted
lo ll, llJ-l'.ll.
"Ir efC.ct. aiii Judge i J.. .ililch,
tl'e il-'ciaton utagH . in' lulole .1
lii'n. : can be i W. b t il iiu!.'i 4l.b
a 1. the lilhl iTlliii Ik le want.
Tli law f .eiig' t ,r) '- p.oteet
Hi. tttate nnd pre, in ' ilili-n I'mm
! 'ini.-ng liltgfitr ih'.iir.. Wlmre
nwnher w ri'trttivei' i.i!'. thfiu and
i.iie for f.v r,t, ther - i m-, to to- no
. i unlnal Haag)W. '
The enie ttetl, whi. ll win d".'ld 4
I bruai' i by the :nrnie .nun, wc.a
'Ppealea from Ibxai i iiuniy. wher
,., . TOMttnti nd net n eunvieiafl on
ehnd aHmdonfacnt ehargp. Thorn-
inn uad m v. tfe wr. m;purUi o nnd
(lie wife had Kne to the tKirae c nar
par-ata, taking with her thvlr two
'tlicfan. After the arparatloH.
Thuentoa eentvlbat.sl nothing tn thetr
upport.
Ih cOfM holo that Me ehttttVNt
w re aaniHted wiln )t Maaaaaarlo nnd
mat atiarwe avn'nai tn (atnr . ould
iioi be aigrtalncd. It ravemed ut-
right tag ariHanee nf the gaum un-
H firctttt CWt. whrr.' Thornton
v a fated, and illacharae.i iim
That part of the .. pinion of inier-
t la aKiMcy y
"The trvialatiui iltd nm na t ihl
law iciivcrlB child abiin.boiMi.nii
foi lb puipe, of mifUli'iitt ptrenth
for failure to do theli ilni. a mi-h.
fuch n pur ti wonl'i inack too
trogly of pi.rrnial go. i umeni. The
only legitimate "b.le. t ..' the tatnt
i to ki.ui' u iiti'.intM. who ar la
tllllire lo be "OI' llic of the ttMa.
prp -r ..in. u. h oi". na la nireea
nr to .' i. t th. Ir Uvea a1 xMgltti;
in ather x-"i n. t irant deaWluttnn.
tt follow tK'm the fogoiag that If
infant t loldr.n are receiving nece
'.r food, clntntgg and ladglng from
n lurrc, Utcra Is no octwudon for
:b t-iato to laterlwe by penal law or
.li rwiac.
"The avldaatee inm nt ' dtarloga
' it the cttthtr-n were daautwta at
ti, time of abandonment or had even
Me no up to th.. thw of the trial.
the caae turna upon the nuoation
i ii. i her th fasher la guilty if In fall
i.i pioviflc for hta I'hllrt After fie aep
niul ion. even ftwiugh the child may
b. .uimlbd with till neci'Kaarlaa of
Pie.
"While It la t.tle tht a father ta
under a moral and legal olMlgatton to
mttiport hi" minor child. It la nat alao
true thivt. if he fall ta do ttta uty
h may be convicted, although tg
i Mid ta fully provided for by attiara.
I be fnthar cangul be convhstid nl
in. vhown tl-nt the child waa not
enlv deprudni. bui l a daatltute
. .'iidltlon If It la not deadline, but la
nmply aupptlid with aM lUfcaaatlaa,
i io- father cannot b caavli led. It
true he ntgy have kh'.ted hl
in or.-1 and taggl owNgjatiana la aband
oning the egjM t ail; bi, g nrltg"
inul tatutcn gJMM aa aggNti ggMot
l . wc are iiggigiit to flva Mtagggt-
i vti ihia mmwfcmmk,
SELLS-FLOTO SHOWS
BAD OUTLAW IS
AGAIN IN TOILS
,r m ht i
Jesus M. Torres is Now Hcltl
r..:,. ni..,. f Tl,... ' iiieinoera. lie oem'rioeo
on aenous Clmrije of Muv- ,,,M.lr , ,, 1)f . Rttr1,nlIln una
der; Ks Long- Record of wh?m , ,""uf lr, ,",,u ".-
uml tool; up hia tlhndo In 11 ehxip
WlOllg' Doing's, l-daing hmmc milled the I'alaaxo
Auu'ililn on the water front, lleie
... ..a ...... "iigrerjated ev- rjr nlghi the lnwcat
Mi. n.v Afla. Marel. 3, -Jcaua . b BJ((r .,,, i,,,,,,.!, of Nupl. Hilt
M 'I tea, u. n loi-t .ue --utlaw, who the Inmaica of the I'alaaao Amcndo:a
BitM in -n in ail t'-e jail of eentra! "Ulatly aought repoe on . nterlna m
and it ''than Aruvmn waa arreatad ay i night, and uh xllMitly ilianpeoied with
th. '.ui.Tj tu r... yi-Ktarday , the Malng aim, and t'liplaautl b eorne
moinlna ,,t ttta n iiit of the ahtHrlff none the wlxer, allhnugh, ua he alunk
- i .' nmiy on n charge of mar- throiigh the Porta Capuana or the
Air. IHt' iherlff 1'iilllam of Win"-
h'fi It.M Wkr for taw north with '
Torr..
At the fro. or th- arrst of!n ajccnangwi ign with them.
l'"i ! rre not charged wtth
ti ii r. I., after he waa tgNm
.nt.. eu,i,.iv ltputy Mae riff PwttiM
r eivixi !. t legwm from Wlnalmr
nfyng that
( Hilled by
Sti.gl. iin hi had ban t
m had Juki died.
Ttv .if! u ecawed about a waal? v ' via t-niain. caplaauti nug
tgo m a dial ulble anlo-m et Wlna- Wted that he Would like to be pint
low. At Or i 9trrea, who nan ran-1"1 mantlon t repientalt hl
i : -a n bare. Kt)K ner hy. waa natil'M'' " Aiihulamagglo introduced
mi i.ertcti tint tta bartend r waa takatt him o certain CBtitorrii'tl and "Joba"
into cwat.'ih 'aWn1 with ararderoaa WPr' )v " him. one of which waa to
i-m nit. th. vipn. a liealean hadjt'il dog from an Mngilah woman
b en horrlbl ttum. Th bartender' then r.turn It and claim th.
I. nied tha .. ffni done tt. bui aaidlf'""1 Ti' rewnrd waa )) lire
UmI th n if x waa a ak't.-att wha 1 but l""1 t'npnwuil wua otillmid to ur
iiu.I entered t if glue tferwugh a win-! fndr to one of hla naiv fHenda, re
ilow. iceiving In reiurn n few aoldl. Ah-
The nutter '"t..g laat b4iv-t tha 'bntemaggio eonatnntly ndmonlahed
bad iilerV' ' r gd began looWag' n,r' '" pati nt nnd audi that by
nbitgt for th.- imlm ngggllaat gad!"'"' verylhiu would he nil rlht.
Hm-llv ibetr ,ggftNi waa turned Spfmiilln (lie IVali.
towatil Torn . wte hud kft wwa. I "Hut." Capltauti ohjectod, "will thla
"an m$v
fi-ur day ami biki t
been a frequfni
vb-ttor nt th rne of the KiieVitr. Te
ci'iifd a.. i.mi to liKiuIre in an off.
ha ml man i)
that hi aai-.i
"ta'a the aewa?
1 jggjfrHdan that he waa
idHlir oanacl4ace.
troubled
Tttah T ' ca bad been In fae-
lucni trou ii. tp the aoutharn gu'l
f the trriti v kg nrat came to the
olTelal no! of fejar aherUTu ogHce
t aammi beg N waa lour ned that
he had been
ngaggi wliti two other
v tlttevary. th plgn
raogta, hcipltfting and
tfelt man ware ar
m agiiauxtii aearch of
f 'Hlamw nothing could
men la m i
4vfgiC of a. .
bawfnr. r
raatad but n
the gremivi
be found i
"aquealeil. '
ngw aae of the men
l tggi Deputy Kheiirf
Adam ih, .
't irttHHkr had been "frlenda" the ntiulatir of wat which
Id Wt! on the place. 1 ahared with AhtiHtemugglo. Thua
apallad and more than 'he latter waa niibed to marry in a
mm toad of mm waa e .itag. captasuti aelertcd for them
to tot waa im mlacel-; hlmat If at Capua. Juat north of Na
atagfe of a denartmant t'1''" Cipliautl hlmaelf went to the
hidden in m
rh. w. it
an cKpre.-
taken out
Iniicoiu' k ib
utora. Th
"ogllUM f forrea anld
the! he w i
enterpriM' h
inmht be
I'ui It i Ult't
me t'tne "
value hu I
grand Ian-,
doubt the)
the frultx
there wa
lary na vn.j
Urr - i
petty hneeii
long. w i. . i
fila term .
ago and b..
he open' '
-be
liead of the
i. I It
thetight that he'
i ta
tha oenHentiaiy.
I ba rwovwd that at any
plaae faoda of anough
n ttflgn ta conatllute;
VWte there waa no,
m ii the good w-rej
ttWlgdtiOMa intertiriMs,
'Urtt evidence of bu.a-
va4yttat eonvlcilon f :ie following CauiurrtNti wro to
1 njtUr be convicted of lake part- Uugl Atng, Kenllncndn tie
uiIUhi' waa given the Matten, Antonio pnrearo. N'aMiiriinu
n jail allowed by law b Martlre, Nicola .Moiru nnd Con
'Ml ajjaut three month" nuro Cuocolo. Mlioulrt the robbery he
attl m U'lnaJow. where 'ful (ton nam de Marluix. known
'aijhar ahop l'1 ' ' Mandricdc.' anil Hnrleo Al-
.i
Do you know Unit ut all tho tnliinr
allmentR coi.iH iva hy far tha mu
flgiignriiui" a IB nt the cold Itaalf
Uiat oi I to fiHir. but tha aartaug
alaeaaea tint t liTtgii luadi to. Mail
of I bene at ; noVV ll ita germ dlm'iiaea.
t'tieumi ii' ' ud. (laiiaumptlou nro
ami. tut tb n Wy uot take cbant
hnrUtlti" ''' HWisedy and curu
iuar ".id Ua yon otuiT for tgilu
by all dii:n''ai
pollow tn.. W iAa Uav IgtiV
UNDERWORLD IS;
t
LIFE OFCAMORRA !
AC ITAIV I:
Coiichmnn Tells Gruesome jt
Story of Slaying of Gucolo
and His Wife by Hand of
Cut Throats.
ititib Held in How Vork
Tlmn.
alven the vital gfut nf the
' .ti or ilonnani AMMtliMMhit.
v a by Maraartettn oniriamtti
r li rurabltitort and trann
mm to tho inliMtlr of wnr
0 nlatar r Hmtv. The on
- ion. wltlch la tn principal
of aoctiBftlton agaluat the
' nemtwra of the Caninrra
ai in a av Hi the court
... incltidaa about twenty
vonla.
rapSMUl. Whoae title nf
1 daitaiM the hlgheat nm.
ned rank In I he Italian
. i with .Maroaelallo earrla Juai
i .wn to onjoy aarrlaon llfi.
in. i ix ft hi- a atrnuiiotia eamjailKn
iii.uiott carried mi againat the
of i lint laalnd. whan. In
i i"i. thy wPt'i" onlarwd pro
Niipla and join Captain r'ap
i .tu on! tn tnveaiiaatlng th
. murder in wlik-h. the tiiln-
Ui'vod, tin- f'aniorra and the
auihorttlca were wtdtly linpll-
i
i n
tlirce apoke the illalncta of tie
i like natlvea. Their new nuii
..i wan a eonipralienalve on to
"ii I'tlilcncc by which the Cnm
i nii'iii be broken up and It mnst
m tin ino9i-B ntueed In peiml aerv-
ii
'I'll Knhrniil waa to examine Hi -
t-li' of the (.luealttrii, or iiutlniinl
.i.'. xlatloiieil ai Niiila, Won to
into the iirchlvN of the local
uib laiv, nnd intoiAli w uh ii Hiippnwd
'Pi lei from the mtnlmry of Juxilc ,
nliri.4, poliee, Ki1tce olllcera and
' - 'ii directum. I'arrla wua to o
it,
1 1 .
N'eniiolltAU aocivty and Invenll-
ihe rnuilfkatlon of the famorni
iu the nrlatoeraey.
nloiiU' I In ( 1 1 ii 1 1 in I World,
ii ponalbly the moat iliniKeroit".
, .-ml yet romantic UiHlt of i;l!
.'.l oiioii ('aii'xxutl. who to-
i :
" the UUiqUe a'f "f dlHglllHlltg not
"'' ' lM'nranr... but his pamonal-
h n.. waa to enter the criminal w-rbi
VUnlai rfatiui Lucia, or dadged police.
"' ,H t"p fBrHi Hmliarto I, h
ooeaalonally met hia fellow lodger
At length he met an es-coiivlct,
Oennare dl Olovaanl Abba temat;glo,
tt vcara old, who lived a n coachman
at 175 Via Chlula. A frlandahlp
enrang up between the two men and
I1"' m'K" aarotntan urtgamt went to
ra for Wraa irioruogirv lean io unyiuiug inr me.
wh, in Mnrnttia. hint only to hhU
ft" lan rnnmy and they were
glveu me In altundatirc ' I inuxt know
Rtore about thorn, friend of youra
who give me beggitra' work to do. I
have killed men over there."
"Well." aald Aboalemagglo. "I
know all about the murder of Ouocoln
ami llta wife. Marie Cutinelll. 'in bcl
ftniveiulnu,' hut an oath bltwla me to
aecrotty."
Utit, in the end, Abbatemagglo told
him all. The confoaainn. however,
waa the work or month of etafiv
wni'iittug on the part of Cnplaautl,
during which young AbiuHeiituggl"
iiacgtue ua clay iu the potter' hunda.
Meanwhile, the lalae Mardlnlan brig-
nnn nnd rncviVMl tnoiiej from hla
i wi dding. bringing aonie frlenda din
' guiaed an Mardiuhttts.
What the Coaeliiuaii I'olil.
I H about thin time that rupiz-
ull fii'nUlied the mltilntry of war
with hia report on Ahhaiumngitio'a
eonreaion. it waa written at lthpiiu
and begiua aa follow
"'AI 21 o'clock ( o'clock) of the
ivenlna or Auguat 7. !&. n rohhory
wn to be comtuillad at i 'hlntiiinnne.
tuno. Known n nri-Knina, wer' to
hnv,. the jewels, of which a larwe
'luumity w: ep.M'teii tn ua roumi
tlennaro Cuoiob. hint piuniiuil in.'
robb'r him w:ik iwr- to mwei it.
lint 'llihne lltll Out.
"On that ..cning. toward S
o'clock, the iifoi.nil'l praMia, with
the exception or ' " Miiti'lriere' anil
'Hrrlcone,' were upon the apot when
CSiiocolu, after maklna " "xamltiii
nsit of the plaw, otponed it, aay
bat (Jut thla tlate ahnuld not hapaeu
WW 1W4 lahait ptane In Io ai tko
Onoao Oal l.-tfnti th uiovanui a
MRS. A. L BALLEW
118 S. Fourth Street
Announces
Spring Millinery
Opening
Wednesday, March 29th
Afternoon and Evening
Music by Prof. Di Mauro and
Mrs. Snyder
Till n wiilrll about -.urt. -it hi" own pi ..j... t ,
li"ii-.ui.i lire worth of iiiainoiiilM I 'I'lie Wife kllh'il at luht.
aim l.iHi'ii and only n few liiiinlr.-il I "T in.in.iKi'il (. I . ti . 1 1 lb. !'. to
ll r. ilixlileii Willie I'llllto l'M"(tl.lle. W llo j coin .li.il llllellt without III HIM IU i II
plaiuieil Ho erluie. b. enuie wi althy lb. pi i ter, and Sortllio opeiu d tie
" sii.'.lu .Morrn mid I'Yidiiunido de
Matten, who knew tiuu ('iioeoio had
proeiired the niTnul of ('.alio for thla
xeij act, reproved blui and Maid Hint
he ought in he HHhllUieil to llieilllnil
It The only one who came to hla
lefenae waa Nnrttireno dl Mnrilre.
" 'Theratipoii I .tile, I Arena, who he
llei ed In the llihtttty oi Oiincolo, atihl
thai lie would leave tha rohhery to
hi in Tlio el Intra anid the anuie. and
Mont uway, while t'uocolo and dl .Mar
ine aloiio rotntilneil.
" 'Hn uuolhcr oi-caalon funcolo
planned a rohhery on the I'nutr dl
( bin la with dl .Mai tire, I'nrcaro and
I.itigi Aliiuit. Aft. i the rohbery
renu nnil I'nrcaro (pianelcd with
I'liocoln and dl Murlire, aftylng that
the roohuiy hud been their plan and
that lltuy ought to profll hy it. Cuo
colo mid dl .Mai tin- thorcupou atir
reniiotod tlirtr booty, lull Informed
tin pultot, and tha ulhor two were
urr. Mted, I'ore.iro wua cotidi'inncd to
one hundred ilevn ami Arena to the
mime ttuir.b. r, although the lr.u r waa
rearreated aud awtlu Koulancod for
another crime cotteernlttg which
t'uocolo hail iven Information lo tho
Ouaatum. . Thia nMttpsd .Viena tn
Uave hla alater. Com-etta, In rn'iery
1 4i ('oticotla wrote to Wnrleo Alfatio
a litter of dntt notation agtnat
t'uocolo, relating the IrcumataiK-ea of
tin attempted robbery ut Chlntamoiie
" 'Toward tho end of April, ISUt'i.
I)e Mnrlnla received tt hitter from
Arena In the limpeduaa prlaun com
Idnining that cuocolo had not bean
punlahed for treason.
" 'Thoae who knew of theao letter
were moved to action and a meeting
of two hoada of the femur ra from
very quarter of Naples waa called
for Mc.y SB at ovtock I.i the Ida
Tnvi rn in the llngnoil.
I'lniiiii'il u Oouhle luriler.
" "It wua there decided that Cuo
colo fdiould be told that n lew dry roh
bery might he committed al a houau
iu Ti rre Aitminaifitii. that Cuoeoln
"hould lie aeut there to pluli the
.'heni : that he ahotibl be eonducl
ed front hla apartment In the Via
Naronen mid klltod ua he paaned on
tlc edge of the elllT through tile
('upa Cnlnatio; thnt then om,. tokntt
ahoiihl be etit to Arena or hie demla,
uml that mi the uuntc evening Marlu
Cutinelll ahottld ttlfo lie killed.
" 'These iiuoatloilf were put to vote
mid currlud tiuanlutoualy by the
CnmoirlKtl prevent ralelng their
thtimliH.' "
Then follnwa a iletiilleil account of
the ilnliiK of tile Caiimnlatl be I ween
May 2C at id Jtiua .". CoiulnulHg. Cap
iRxuti iiuotea Ahlwtrtiiagsrlo aa fol
lows
"Marieno de nannnio waa armed
with n dagger furnished him by the
Caniorriatn Vlticenao Alintmugila ;
Morrn, with hla own dagger, nud Kor.
lino with a tftllcian kulfe and revol
ver, the latter given him by Altono,
who had got It from the police. Tot
onno v.im provided with a claapltulfo
. nil a doubl barreled plutol. and a
cum- which he had taken from lap
el , the won of Cuatlchelin More
over, Mariano de iicnnurn rnrrloil
lu hia pocket a kitchen knife given
him hy fordlnando d. Mai ten, who
had ohtalutd it from Ce- ('uoeolo
ii piirluient.
Siiuel. I'lnni IH'liltul.
"Morru. fnrtino and De Ciaunaro
went along walking with Cuoeulu. Aa
the went Morra mad" a atttn with
hla hnndkereliicf to Tntonuo, Who waa
wiilblnu behind. Then lo (leiinaio
ib llveieil a blow with hla dagger m
Cuocolo, who. woiimled, trh-d to draw
n munil knife from hla pocKi t Morra
ttuve another blow with hlx dagger,
while Mortlno, In nltackiitg Cuoiolo,
ghve him a wound In hla left hit ml.
When Tolouno Joined the group. Cim
coin wiim on the ground, hut Tntonuo
ijhw him aeveral hlowa with tie'
tick he curried and eo In- died.
"In the Cafe ferdlnando de Mallei
HH ve to Sortlno a falae beard and ie
Hired to him the key to tin Clio, obi
iipiirttuent. Oulneppe dalvl and Cut -rndo
gnrtlna. without !iiiu m
time, aoughl the houae of the I'nliiiehi
In Ihc Via Nardonea gartlno lent ..'i
the fnlaf beard ami wan armed w"h
a dagger and a re vol v. r mhIm hai
hkekim(l hla face and wore hid
bluek hat dawn, with hia hnmlker
lllef Had lllMg at (he tteck He hml
u. luii Unify and a revatvur, both
lour r the iinte-chamlier l.,i ll 1
Hon ut i n,i waa 1 1 ail) for i etit eii. nt
Soitiuo rui.ixl int. i In r loom .ml
placed a tin ml over lu-r mouth .ialvi
Htabbvd her repeatedly with hi" 'I.ik
gcr until Mortino Mild It waa eii.'UKb
Trial Ha u I'liinlllar Souiiil.
Abbntemagttln'a atntomont wiih rcid
privately to each Camurrtata who In
alleg, d bud been preicnt nt Hie tin ' I
Ing on May in, tunc, when the m n
teucc of death waa imaged on the
t.'lioeoloa. then one hy otto they ti o
confronted by the Informer. Munv
weii I'MiiiUneil before one could ii.
found who would tiduilt that he -v..i
acquaiuted with the nthcra or Hint e
had ever heard tlutt there wua an. li i
thing aa the Cntnnrro M-eo.i,
many had moat coiivincliiR nllbiH.
How th'e nlltila are pi epared in i
be galhircd front the at'iteuient nude
ty EtgrtolianM: "I alxmlutaly 1 tt
thai on May an, fiijc. 1 ate in th
llognoll inn, for at the time r r. t ..t
to (S:HU p. m.) waa fit a T"i" ti
Muaeo ar with ISnrb o Allano. ii m
cocao tealderin 'e Maule Torre, .me i
(liiKnoraio Uuigino, uad Alfnti K"i
down nt the I'iaaau, Man ferdiuuan
do." SPECIAL ELECTION
OFFICERS SELECTED
'I'ui'iinii ai I
In Vote on
Vitti'-iorl,
Nj.ti in.
I'lllcllJI'-l of
Tucuincarl, N. M., Mnrch 2 .
He
f. liowiug olllcera have been np,i
for the ajxcial election t i.,.
April 90, to decide whether oi nm
city ahall purchaae the water -:
Ward l. c. H. de Vauipert, J. J i.
rlaun, .1. A. Trlekoy. Jutlgea: 'I
! -V
Itweoii and Adolf Snneh. ,. uth
Ward . K. ie. snlnanr. j ll. l,u -.
S. 13. Ittchi.rdaon, JudKea; A. W
tier and If. It. liuuhaunn. olerhe Uer.l
U. It. C. SUliibllla. J. W. TlulliUKt "ti
H. II .Mclfllroy. JudBca; D. J. A.ut and
II. f. Blb'kley. clerlva. Ward I. J
camphidl, A. S. I'otior, .1. .S. Il"i r,
Judgfh; Hart IJUotiin and 1.. I-: sn i -wind,
clerka. The lltt wnrd votniK
place will he at the cnurtliottai .
mid ward nt the north hide -1 1 t
houae, third ward at Hie ward h".l
building, fourth ward at the h.ii
achuol bitlldlns.
in cttae the election enrrte. wim h
Ii practically certain ua little epp'.-i-tton
hga duveloiad, four mile oi neiv
eluht Inch water tnalna will In l.u l
taking in the Mttliurbe of Tiiium
lioHi which four inch ptpa wit r m
as lateral. The bond laaite pr.p. e .-i
lor tn, uon im imtuedlate impt .
iiientM. tt ia tlgiired that the .tut
will net the ilty Ib.uen annuall ti 't"
the hi ginning.
The Improvenienia in uie clt ,
on .South INmrtli street have be. n
lay.il through ihe aMputent .t
wrong order from the iini. n
iln-hman. The order aa given n
. i i
.1.
'1
city einluacod Slfif black loctmi 1
Utit black walnut treee. The ir '
alilpmtiitt will hi- received here m n
other week, when work will b. j .
netting nut tha treea.
A ateady rain, t.-jixed with "ti"1'
fHlilug, having continued to I
Hour. Thla la the aeunltd fall wit.
in a week, 'lite gtaaa on th hlf
Idea i allowing green.
Itcporta from the eaatern portion r
the ei unty Indicate that n I n
ai reage than ever will be plant. I th.-i
year, over 1000 aerea of new i.m.l
having been brnk. n. Mont oi Mi
ground will be put out In cotton ii. i
nulla,- and broom corn
ir you have trouble In Kattlim rhi
nf your cold you may know thnt ui
are not trciitlm; It properly. There
Ih no rcimon why a cold alnnild lianir
on f.ir weckx mid It will not if mi
lake t'hainberlaln'H Cmgit U in. dy
fur nil-' by uu drttgKlalH.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
y.VwWV I 'llr4t A.U ui.r Drue lo I .r
'.71 V'Mi. !. '" ''' llnni...i, llru i.l
''WiA- i 'lU'X'i lle.t m. I llul.l i..e. V
& ?4 !. " ' I1
1 hi Ui tftlo i.u ..Ikcr tliir i.r r..uf V
iii.t ur.n.i r-i
r-n .n. n W tiw lhri la
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