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xodavs i?uwa today
Ten ct it in tho IIlttAM.
Sixty co'UM a month op IS ecatg
a wook dc-Hrercd at your Aeaf ;
fifty cent by mall.
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TltlUUNICClTIXKN'.
Vol. ae. n. 69.
ALBUaUERCiUE, HEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY, 8P!EE1CBEB 1013,
mmmmMmmmmmi
THAW LOSES
Prisoner Released By Quebec
Authorities and Is nt Once
Taken Into Custody By Can
adian Federal Officials.
IMMEDIATE DEPORTATION
TO VERMONT PREDICTED
Slayer of Stanford White
Dazed as He Listens to
Judge's Decision Which
Starts Him to Matteawan.
fIK fjincuut V(r. tn 7tvttt riornM.1
n.roiiiose, i.jub aepi. uarrjr
Th.w today lost His fight li defy de
pt. inn. iii iy remaining l the Bher-
iir.M.K.- jnii
in. Ik.- Hutchinson thts nrtrnnon
iuiwi.,iii.() a writ f habeas corpus
fit 1 1 1 li K !"F ll rVkMMR.
Tim remained dosed for noaelbly
dir.. minutes. The crowd began to
N.i M tin- judge's chamber in alienee.
Thaw followed aimlessly.
h In itowniI the threshhold. H
lti.iK. Itoburteon, awlntant superin
tendent t ImmlKraUnn, tupped lilm
Mil' shoulder nml placed lilm of
it. tally under arrant as nn undesirable
..it. ii
The crowd than surgutl from tho
linii.iiiiK and K wt) announced. Unit
Thaw would bo taken Immediately to
tnatl.-ooU fur ll llfHlrillK.
Thaw's lnwyerB styimuil aUinnod.
rrinam nf tun immlumllnn
detainment JOHtJLad U wt"
rldnra
I'M ...... vim in CVMdiMink. boys.
..,.! 'I'luiu urnvlnsr lib) iMIIll ! till'
n iic.rii'r-
I .it ik- Hutchinson's voice trembled
,. t... r.M.i Hie ricelalnn. which In at-
l. t started SMHttforil Whit-" slayer
i. ii the road lck to Mdtteawan. ihp
lu.lxc i. hands shook so that enmu
li.inltv hold tha parchment.
Tlinw did not take hie ''V" "ff 11,0
- 1.. IiIb rlisht fin ml Tlinw hold
limiiU two IIUIm pHinnnw of tin- fMlr
.villi Ii it little Klrl liMd tlirmt upon
Mm TluTf wri forty pmUL t
ii... nniif.'(i clmtnlitir. Tin courl'H
r- iiiUiiK whi slow, and wlill tliorc
...... i. .. llnut t. urn Hint 111 would BUH
tnln tin writ. It wn not until tin l
nllu tllHt thin llPUHIllt' POHl-
tir Tlio i'otirt liold. Irlnv. th
t .. . ait 1lt nvtlt
Tluiw wan luilMK ootumon iiikui.
t)i..t .lolin llmidrtMHi. Hilof of polleo
of ('nntlcoiik. tin pi'tiiioiuT. imu
rlKlit to ilPiiiMiu uih prwiniTH i-
ll'iiHO
N K. I.. Plmnmti. or Motitro). on
,.r nw. ...ii timiiiniit nrlnittiNl iHwyi-rx
In tin- Dominion, ohiih horsi. todoy to
ri infom' tin- Tlmw lawyorit.
.,.11... ..i in oi. h iMim tlmi hko
Inn up till now hai tHUin n arllvo
part in tnr num.
H..VMI- Thiiniiinnn'n cako wh call oil
- in.ln .....I wltli Mn rnilMOlt nf
til I ' .... T..t.
1... Hi nl.l.'H wh nut oir for m wwk.
HIk i mi ii wiiM onniinuvo.
Thiuv ArrUs nt t'onllwioU.
(V.ntlrook. QUO.. Jtept. . HriT K
Tlinw nrrlNnd Itero nt 1:1 p. m.
IES
Send Women and Children
Home; Use Own Discretion
About Remaining;, Instruo
tions to Presbyterians.
i iiv lAiimril U'lro 10 t?enliiB naraltl.
Nalivlllf. Twnn.. 8P. Thtl
H.'iitlK iu MthiMtlt uomil of ntMoiiB
intiMi- im-clvid iiw or tilt KMU HT-
rival nt Vent lim of u party of niln
rioiuiilo in ratty from MkxUo City
Tlttiv mhiI fur th Unltd Htmwi to-
n..ri.i 'I'llo WOIIIAO HtHttonitd At 0BI1
I. ii In lntiirt Iim v rwM'lieil TMtnpleo und
uiuy wmK thrv UlUlr tlt proUtrtloli
..r Aiuui'lnun waMltllM. Tim inldKlnll-
ui1m Ml MoNttnr lvnir hU(I per-,
inlMtoti to reiiHiin, imve nti m new
iirUin ullowiiiK UlaiH to "M iiinore
tloti.
The lmarl )imi Htwd notltlUK tio
tin- inlMloiiai'liMt nt auHdHHtJom. Tot
ri oii utul MaMtlan. UtiMidiiottri It felt
fur lltiHHf nt Tnirtuii.
Tha Routlieri) PrMUylerltin ooni
inittte 1ih Intitruvted tn roprwnto
live in MpxIco to ena ino women
Mini i hiiilreii ;i .Mt tin Unrdur and
umi ilim rutijn u to remulnlii?
I8
1
REMAIN
I CO
ABLY AGREEMENT
OK TARIFF RILL
PREDICTED BY
UNDERWOOD
House Leader Believes Two
Weeks Will Be Sufficient to
Rcconoile House and Senate
Differences.
THINKS BILL SHOULD
CAERY MORE REVENUE
(Jy beiuMHl Wire to ISt-cnlng Itcralil.)
WMRninginn. uept. 3. iiepruuonta-
tlvo l?tidfrwMul, lomtur of tin lioitso,
un nt tlte White Houm- enrly tuilHy
j talk tHrirr with I'reitluont Wilson.
"We hope to dlepne of the differ-
ottcoH between liouke iind sonato In
oonfereiico in Imm thnn two weeki,"
Mld Mr. I'nderwood. "I am not iltn-
ptHiod to flKht tin nonate for the pur
peoe of mftlntfilnlMK ail the hniiM pro-
IhIuih. There uro no lllTereiico of
principle Involved. 1 bolli-ve the den
ote lm cut ton much revenue front
the bill and If I can convince the con-
ree that my eetlmate are correct,
: tlitnk the eeimte wilt be willing td
put Mime of the revenue back."
nitsiiiKvr uirrt'it.vs
I'KO.M KV.M.Mnit CAPITAL
Waatilnitiin. fept. J. Ir-lrteMt
Wlleott returned from the aummer
Willi.- Hoiiko ut Cornlah, N. II., tm)H'
it ii Haiti ihut ae two hnura late.
Ho wbm ilrtvi-u imiiM'ltativ to thr
White Hi'im.. mill rwidieil there ehnrt
ly lieforc noun
EIGHT BLUEJACKETS
DROWN IN CHESAPEAKE
Ily enroll Wlro to Kvcnltig Herald.
Xewport N'ewK, Sept. 3. Three
ottty olllceiK and live men of the hat-
tleiihlp Xebroaka were drownvd when
one of the xhlp'H launchea wue
wroeked In the hurricane nwooplmr
tho iHintit here. The Old Dumlnloji
liner MJilijHek la reported aunk In the
bay with o crow of olsht iind unnin
immfOiiKara. The report v unoonllrm-
edJEnil the title hna no Informntlun.
The Ni'liroako i at mu'hor off Port
Monro, hut tin nhoro wlreleea haa
been put nut of roinmleMlmi by the
fllorm and enmmtiuloatlott by nmiiil
boula la Impnaelhh-. The men werf
attnmplInK ( make ahore. when men
on the wlmrvea who had wateheil
their )ieiiloua imaaaae. aay a water
apout at ruck the launch, overturned
It mill men and boat dleappiwred In
the wnvea and uptime. Tin htirrleane
which liae bean hlowltiK alnre nrly
mornhiK, IK ate4immulail by almost
bllndlnx ilownpoura or rain, but the
Imttleahipe Miiemml to Ik rlilltiK It out
well. doMpllo ttiKxIiiK on their an
churn.
House l"nweH llcleliy llctcliy Hill.
WaHhltiKtott. Snt. . The I letch
lletehv hill, to enable the city or
Ron PYanehtm to ntlltxe the llelch
lletehv haaln In tin Hlnrra Nivmhi
mountalna ISt mllee away, na n wat
er atipplv waa paadeii by the iiouhc
183 to ii. The hill now Knot to tin
ennte.
Women Atlnok Cnvnlrjiiuui.
Calumel. Mleh.. Sept. S. Women
Htrlkn nleketa HttaekiHl non-union
in I ii ere today In the atreeta or Iteil
aoket and turned on cavalrymen.
throwing atone nnd ohiih. Two wo
nifii wrn urrMtml a ml are held fill
trial. Tin mniiHtad patrol tiaed rnrce
irtvlriK mom tne women nnn
trlkera.
Slwnii ltiii-iliiiiiilo In Klolly.
Meaalua. Slelly. 8etit. 3. A atrotig
uudttUttory perpondlcttlar nrthqiiake
eauaeil a panic amons tne .Hpinauoii
al. . .
or UiIh city early today. It laated
only alx oMrt. The paople. al
reuily alarmed by pravloua ahocka,
iiluiinlnned their hoiiaea Klld fled to
the open airaeta.
Crimp In Kwlmllo Oiiuk-
'lrr I taut. I nil Svnt. . With
he arreat bere of Oenrne Reed, John
"otllna and Hugh Mcainnla of Indlnn
iitnlla. an cnmiilaint nf f'urv Hhaw.
prealdent m thr Second National liank
or IUntattin. Texaa. the police dei iare
tlny have tnded the nperattona or n
HaiiK that In the laat year haa awlndlad
ealthv men out or nearly n nuariei
or a million dollara. The work f the
mint, the officer Buy. cloarlv reeem
hlfM tlmi nf tin Mahrav awlndle ayn-
dleale and Included rake prlne flKhta.
TODAY IT? CONGRESS
Httnnlo.
ItafHimml conatilai-allon of tar
iff bill.
Amorloin tonkam Haolatton
eoiiunlUM nutllnMl bafnre bank
ing committee vlw on currency
leitalotlou.
Parelin rolatltma commlttae re
porlMl favorably iinmlpatlon or
HHry .MorgwitliaM an ambaaaa
dor to Turkey.
UiUVij' femniltlao tamjmrarlly
clnaed Ita tioarlnilR.
Woat VlrrliilB coal atrtke eom
mlttee reatuaai Ita invatnatlMi.
with oofll oporaiora laatlfyliiK.
IIoiimc.
I'aaMd Hali'li Heiohy roaorvolr
hill BrHiitliiB San P'rauolK-o dm
of Hotcb lletchy basin.
M. M. Mulhuli continued hla
tettlmoiiy before lobby committee
MOTHER
STRIKE IDEA INTO
MIS OF GOAL
HE WORKERS
Operators Blame Aged Agita
tor for Trouble at Paint and
Cabin Creeks in West Vir
ginia. SENATE INVESTIGATION
RESUMED IN WASHINGTON
Ily IiconmI Wlro to Itocntiix Ilcralfl.
Wnahlnton. Kont. Tile oi op-
eratora' alory of labor tniulilea in the
Cabin Creek and ciilnt t'rook tun-
trlcta of Watn VlrKtntH fee told tu
the apee-Mi ri.iihk commute todev
hy M. T. IJavIa, prealilDtit of the tSMn
Creek Consolidated Ciwl comny.
The heating whh a reeuitiptlon of thv
InveetlRatlnu hftKHn.oHrly lit the aoni.
mer, when the mlnera aide 'a heord
In Weat VM-ginta.
"The dnalre of the United Mine
Wnrkara to nrgRlilae our field wmh
the eMfi of the etrtke," said DavlB.
"The inmlile eaine from tho out-
Hlil rather than from the Ineifle.
There hail been no trotiale iinUI
Mother Jonee imhiI her uppearauce
laat AuKWt. There had been no nun-
plaint from rit ihh. altlioiigh i
knew they were at llbarty to preaen'
any.
Heatatance of arraat and the dt-
al ruction of proparty daring the
atrtke of IUV1 caueed the "guard a li
tem." Some of the mlnera would iwt
atay on tho creek If kiihiiIk were not
kept, Davl aald. and addeit that the
peace or the comitMinlty ha.l iteen
mu. h belter .line the Inauguration of !
the cuurd ayatem. objection of the
mlnera Heemed not to be directed
aKiUUHt the 8uardM or wntchman wlu
had atailnned the guards, but waa (II-1
n.'ted ngalnst men wnrklnt? In thelnnd Mr. Halo were armwM tor lata
minea. ' today. Mr. Ilryan aaiil Utat he wotilfi
SWISS RIFLEMEN MAKE j
MIUW.L.NIX Iii rXiiVlVX -
flly Iicnscri Wlro to nvcnlnc Hcrald.i
coirtp cerry. n., aepi. i. rim
londtnif irt tin and of the aecHUiIi
nay a ora on tne n rinse iihc in ine in-
iniitloiiiil matoliea. aa ninctaily an- ;
m.unced todaj-. gave the Swlea aliiKJt-1
em the lead In three aiaea or tho
grand International te-ctitry match, i
The I'niled Watea leada In the "weal.
time acitrea," prone allnottng, li'l
eden la allowing higher acorea than
fraiice.
Thraa men are tied for high place.
in the running deer uuilch. Dillon.
I'eiinaylvaHla ; njarkman. Sweden, ami '
Im Touiatte. Arlaotia. with 11 apleee.
Vext come tJlaon. Rwwlan, With 13: I""'" ya-ni-y oy .i.i.nii rr.
obb. navy. 41; Hoyala. Arlaona. 10 i i '.rrlvlHg hen-, which menace
Vorkmau, fiwednn. 10; Imiw. N'ewi" eopremaey of the Honor a Inaur-
York. to.
The indivldiiHl revolver mntch al
ilfty yards niuU the l.'ulted Stutea In
thr lead.
Voters from All Scotions of
Gotham Call Upon Mayor
to Make Race for Re-Elco-tion
as Independent.
Uty lrtnncd Wtf to ISvcntni: Ilcrnld.l
New Vark, Sept. 3 Vetera from
all arrtiana of Nov.- York . Ily crowded
Ily hall park thla afternoon and
aaked Mayor Oaynor to become an
independent candidate for re-election.
Tin- mayor gave hla eowaanl. The
authentic waa more like a New Eng
land town meet I of than a forma! po
litical aaaemblage and waa probably
the flrat event or Ita kind In the hta
tory of the city. The votera paraded
rrom their homea in the varloua bor
ough, armed with hannere ring and
thouMiula or Hhovela the latter Hlg
iilfyliiK their apiiroval or Mayor day
nor a wark In aubway eonatruellon.
The alt oval ha been choaen aa the
official n. citiblmn for the Oaynor
campaign.
Jaeoh II. ttehlff. the banker: Her
man Uldller ami It. Hoae Anideloa,
head nf the "OayHer league" aaeorlad
Mayor Clrior t the frant atep of
the elly hall, where Ihev atood ror
five iHlnntaa. bowing o the cheering
crow. The inavor. who re'ntlv auf
farad an altaok of hla old throat
trouble laokml pale and drawn.
POTATO CROP REPORTED
MILLION BUSHELS SHORT
ttlv TnMid Wlro U HvonhiK ncrnld.1
Chleago, fept ?i Kplcnres vhc
Ideals of a reimat Incl-idea big baked
potatoes. French fried or nnv other
VHilelv. Mifrr'd 11 serious etne-'k to
day, a leading crop exiert here an
nounetifg that .he pntiitn prop th "
vaor Im the t'nireil malaa would le
ino.noo.nQO bushels short ot last year
Prices ror Mlnneaoto and Ohio loia
loea in the Chicago market inhumed
today 8 to 10 cell's a bushel
POPULAR DEMAND IN
NEW YORK FOR
BRYAN CONSENTS
TO INTERRUPT
LECTURING
Scoretary of State Remains in
Washington Few Hours to
Talk Over Mexican Affairs
With President.
SECRET EMISSARY HALE
ARRIVES AT CAPITAL
ia
Describes Himself as Private
Traveler and Fails to See
Why His Movements Havo
Attracted Public Attention.
Ily LonstMl Wlro in HvonlnK Hr.ntld.l
Waahlngton, ftcpt. 3. With the re
turn of l'realdont Wtleon from the
summer White llouaa and the arrival
of William nayartl Hate, who had
been making obeervatf naa ' la MeXfen
for the administration, hMereeta in tho
Mexican ultuatlaa wag iavlved.
Metrrtary Hryatt aaMownced that no
wonl had been received from John
Mod, nbo atlll reHiataa at Vera crua.
Mr Hole, who aceatapaaied Mr.
Mini from Mexico City to Veru Croa,
waa wiltl tn b- the bearer ( peraonel
raeaaaga to the uraaidaat. Refonl
leaving lata today for a lecture en
gaaement. "eci-etery Ilryan planned
- TI
- ! daya v1tl Pr-tltlam WM-
' "" iwiuintte i
reftonunK mw,n, nt proioanon mi
ino,r property it tuny u-ja m-kmo.
Cnnferenro Iiotwaon the preablant
confer with Atr. Hale tomorrow. Mr.
Hale arrived late tajlay. HedtocMHm-
ny f (ne omboa nolaa or any per -
leoual meefWKo from Mr, Und to tint
Iproaldont or to Hoorotnry Ilryon.
.i,,,,. Ml. wiu. M,.i, initmrt-
rfrnr ho baen altaohud to my movo-
ienla." aald he. "I am almiily a prl-
Vate truvaler wlm I. am foiiud Mexico
tt)reatlng Held during the laat
fw W0eK.. AHy information I have,
aatiiered la at the itteonaal of the nrea.
Unt ami ataJa detmrtmant If lliav
'eare for It."
i
I'iiiiiri,triiiaviiik itiii.iciv i
vamii'ic'iv' .ni.Vim
. ',,' .
"ai. wn . iii rn.n,,-
upnamaa oi inv imui iotiioiip. aa
' Mviit -ffutEta Ki)Y-Ti'iiiiirni. m.rm qui r w -
etiiion or outbreaks that dot the hla-
tory or Mexico. iMn'-e the Bnaiilalt In
vasion thla moat warllkt- tribe ot Max
lean Indiana rreejuentiy ftaa keen m
nt ni aaaliiat the ixiating govern.
infill t.
Tlia Yatiiila have lieen low trouhle
onuie to aettlera since the prJtaeiit rev
I'lution atgHliiat the II 11 aria govern
ment, having taken upon tjiamaelvea
tin struggle of the lonaUUlUonallata.
ITItnlr recent ileman.l for a ralurti or
llhclr land, taken finm them dur-
1 Ina tlm iMilir.n ..f l i.inrlii lllaa or
IerhaMi prevtou to hie time, offer
a perplexing probb in to flovertmr
Mayiorena and (Ifiicrul OBlNMtoii In
eitminnnd ot the atim- traajHl. Qr!$
tnally the Yanula owtnxl a large por
tlon uf the richest landa ot tfew ft a It-
ami they have been joined III Helr de
innndB ror tmmed!:ii' anaraunn by
the Wma and Mayo tn.iea, whlali alsh
have been right ina nh the Maxlcan
Inaurgent. The Indimi nave formed
probabl) the moat irr.-ctlva flglitlngi
(ort'c of the revohitiiiniiry government
In Pa struggle to mim in faderallata
from the Mat. Thi eaeatlad la the
border fighting .f t in- J.xt lew months
Uy taking the wurpHtii they not only
would demoralise thr -mte forces, .ut
would Invltr luvavtiiii uy Ut federal
who apparently h.i 'n t feared th.
warkMnanahlp nml lining of th In
dian braves,
Peara are held w ihe ggfaty of
Ameilciin restdlna ''rMU. Tonb hi.
Cumuriha. Haparaiu. Miitca, Nmajo
and other points m on- Yasjui river
couatry, Waahoun. vmii aravaai thatr
eicantag north. Th. Auigrtoaii stuti
department has been .mkad for a sltlna
to Hieet tliam at ih- month or the
Yaqui and Mayo rhitu, which point
Miey may raacb by un .ivaMand Jour
nay iiA7, nv so mmn
To itiut it Nvmvii iasm
IoHtloii. 8pt. :i. 'leaaral ttotk
Dlaa started today rtgrhil. wkatw
he intend to rem un ihb tUn.
A.VI'I-AM IJHICA.N IK IVCQJlfr
SflilTIII) IN CHIHUAHUA
Ml Paso, ax., Hepi I Aiiiartaans
trrlviHg her from I'hihuaktia rapayi
that a boycott is bi-nu workail by na
tives titer against in things Awort
ran and that no in..n. is being spaat
with American t..r. mil shepkep
er where the nnn " a buy from
Uermana, Krem b . i ..iher foretguers.
William Huns-. 1 1 ' prletor or "The
JVinerbi.il Ktuii.,i... 1 iHinny'
mad to take it.. . 1 ii - Min an-1 told
If he mil in. 1 t.ik. Mmrlcan iperH
out uf hla windows, the glftioj would lie
broken, th Ann 11. .m arriving here
dei lure
Mrs. ICdHtird i-i ...!' 1 rrlvd lute
ANKERS ' SUGGEST
ES OF
ONE CENTRAL
RESERVE BANK
Finanoicrs Declare Ag&insfc
Currency or Notes Secured
By General Credit as En
couraging Wildcatting.
COMMITTEE HEARING ON
ADMINISTRATION BILL
(Ily Ix'nmt Wlro to tttemne Herald. J
Waalilnirion, Bapt. . Tho kind ot
natlotml tiaper ourrafK-y the Ameri
can Hanker' Heeorlatlon wojld 11 ae
eatahlWiata in place of the t'irilml
Htatee traHMiry itotea proHjae by
thr admlnhKratlas eurreney aWI wia
outlined to the Donate tauiklag com
mlttca today by hanker Who d -clarad
they illil not favor aaaet cur
iaucy nr nolaa micuraU liy the geo
eml credit of Individual twnk aa
oadffi of tha danrer of "wildcat batttt
lug.' "Wa believe tha notaa chonl bt
leaned by the fedentl raaanre board tn
the hank ami ay (ham to the oVlic.
and that all the ferterul reeivu bonka
ahould be roatmnatble fur ttin whole
kwue of notea." aakl Hoi Wexler oflA
New orleana, one or the apokraro-H ,
r the recent bunkera' oiilvn n. . ut I
Chn-ngn. !
Kenamr lt.-ed (l-m.i dei larci i
"ana wedded to no particular plan'
ami throtiahnul tile liMrlair wllnm.
we.e ouoatloiied with fraatluni, in
dicating that the committee would
lak.- up the adtnlniatrutlon bill w.tn
open tulnda.
Tho ohlof evlbi of the preaent lauik-
Itur ayatain. Wuslor aaJkl, wara "tho
lack or 11 floxlble clrcuTaUng metam"
atul thr fnct Unit baufca have "no
plkea to go far radlwoaiit when vm
havo axliaaatad our own eradH fault
Itlea."
"We believe tho raaerrBig of
country hlimilil ho in oh Wk
voir." wild he, "tfharo the ? raid-
ily nocowlblo. rtuhur tllRh mxl
in SO.UOW or niorv HUla irjjg M
tnoy onn bo at liitle utiwoF or
.annntry In gantlitil."
An increaaml laaur of gavernimtnti
bonda ami an Increaee In tlte boatf-atK-ured
national bank currenoy
would not meet the preaent tieada of
i-tirrency reform, Wexler iliouglit.
'he bankcra again auggeated the
advantage .r a siugki centml bank.'
v
oapeclally a to the flxmg of a rate
of dleeount for all ports i the .hum
try. Mr. Wexler huIiI, however, that
he did not believe the federal reaerv
board under the ml tntntnt ration bill
would tirbltrarlly try to fls different
diacnunt rate for illtf.iiiil part 01
the country.
"The rati f discount would really!
he riaed by condition in th region
t . . . ., ,, .
of tho ren rw bank, he oald. "ani
the federal reaere i...r,l alninly
would priiinulgate that rule."
TAFT PRESIDENT OF
TR
Former Chief Exooutive Hoii
orod By Lawyers Jit Glosfiig
Sossion of Monti'Qftl Meet
ing. lily iMMKud Wt'O 10 IstOIUllK llfHlil.l
aantreai, que., npt. 1. Presi
dent Tuft was elected president of the
American Ibir association at thr close
"f Ihe Htiniiiil meeting.
This, the laat day of the meeting
u,is deiotetl to 11 dis uasinn of ini.ina
to Mimplif.v U'sat procct'dure and tic
Hon of .Hlt.'.is Ks-PivMhlcnt Tuft
lix the chief speaker this .nurtiluu
it .1 imiil sefMon of the section i.r legal
I'diic.iilon and the Association of
Ameilciin l.ilW tk'Odnls.
I'upers were read at the bar .tsso
cintnni stmimsium by William C
K'.nk. of Kiinsn, judge of the tedcral I
-tnuit tun ..r appeals; Judge N. j
I'hiirlen ilarae 1 1 the Maryland count
of annual, and William A. Hluulil ot '
leii.i. ..la. KU Judse Ho..k ura.-d
l.i.Mt. .iti.l ninpllcUy. and said.
T
E AMERICAN DAR
ASSOCIATION
It Is :i oinmnn remark that the 1 - 1 -
4..I.NI ,,,i.m draft the must colldsn j MtlWletl I Villi TllfjrWJ PllWllttl.
plealiua. nthmit the briefest bri.'S t...ndn. fept 8 tv tnen were
and in in. the shortest ursuittt-nta.' iiirreetid m l.ndon laat nbyht on aga
Judge liurke's aubjeit mus "L.fgai.1" f "wing concerned In the raj
Pr... edute and rtoctal Unreal." ery of a pearl neektaea stolen dut
-----vv-s-vn. Ina tranali by poat fro Paris to
, ,l...nilui denier on July t. It ftsMt
toda from parral. btloging one of the jv iUf.t s, gj-, oini
tlist 1 "lli turned c t by the lebe' 1
mint .. . 1. ii.d l the const 1 1 11tior.nl -.is
.1 I' 11r.1i It icarn 1 !ic tilh
HldalK ' hii.1 I'.ni.H .mil pin trail ot
llnlals". the i.riest who star leg Ihe
rvoluiion th ii threw the H pan tab in
lueme ..ff Mextcn The coin is a cap
'ir iienm , i.ui i-IUer money of the
ann- l 1 1 . 1- )-. iik turned out also.
Mrs. MoikIi m, b .ainv 1.'. erlniul
In Marr.i IVnnn .ih ti lends, a; - the
rebel are lAmx rr e.l Ihuih in
Parrel und Ibat tber Is little to tat
iiKar vish aell.ng fn i': i
when slit lull
1 kilo
GAMINETTI'S 01
TATEMENT IS
USED TO HELP
NET RIM
Interview IGiven By Allegetl
White SUver While En
route Homo from Reno R6a&
in Court.
PROMISED N0RRI-S GIRL
HE WOULD MARRY HER
flly fjonacil Vllro to Ilvcntng Horatd.1
Han FraHclaeA, fje(rt. , ?uh
the atratajeat teattinoiiy hatt la
reaerva till (he but, the
tlrnmant ctocMl today Ita proav
tottUoH f F. Drew Camtnetn an- 4
dar tha Man wltrta algva imffk- a
4- aet, and th dafaaae took up ita 4'
taak. a
fu rebuttal of teeilmony vtven o
by W. . Dohiu a ag"Vinant 9
oaurt reportcur. who raa from O
' tik notaa the ataumeuta mada 9
by Camlnettl to .VeHtatant Dla-
tMet Attarnay At alumni an tho
way back from ft who to Aanra-
moMto, CaniiMettl waa praiari
thla afternoon to take the aland
in libj own defenar and
awanr
tBal a,vrytlitg he aald on Tim 1
trip. though rret l) repartad
loa, waa airt of a precon
cawed pbin t uhl. kl l tie glrla.
"" '; b llaa and hlmeetr,
? moi.llatel rior their arreat
'" l'10. )
n I'Tanebjco, sht,i. 3 In aloelnR
its case under the Maun white slave
traffic net agaitiat t". Draw Camlnuttl,
th uovaramant nktyad a trump oard
today. Jaitlmonr ivan by Onrnl
nattl to AfMdatant DtatHet Attorney
Aiklaaon or laaramenui county un tha
way back from Reno, after the ar
rests, waa road aa taken down by
W. R. lioan. a court reporter. Tlila
waa aa jmupt from U10 tronKorlpt In
ma a. wnaaim of tho govtirnmont
tyBMi t (Tafwifio .vAjuly'BuMht t"'
mm miruitMed an.ujtvuiBBalrTu);
DaM raa4 tha qutawfrtipi (ind nnn
rt rm ate mvm
"trid you toll Ivoln Norrl that
you'd marry her? ' .Mr. Alklnaon hud
aaked.
1 believe 1 did." Camlnettl Jiad
uiiHHi.red.
I don't want to make any ttiato-
. a ti a.. ..a
. ' " '""" "(
I .w 111-1 t- I II 1.1
lil yon make the
ihm faith'"
nroiHHK) In
Yea. I !1d -
"fMl v.-ii Intend to leave your wife
nml children and marry her?"
"Yea. 1 did."
iKwn i. -iiflf'il 1 hut a clipping from
a Haernmi-nto newspaper In which
wo print -') on Interview with Oanil
-"". T:":""r" 7: ' .
win "iwimin' irwni iwjn, nw
.. "ku- .i.. i i,a
7..V1";. . " . .IT ' t'UlJ.
aald that he Intended to marry Mies'
Mottla.
"Hid you aay that, or RUbstanUVtlly
tltat?" Dtatrlct Attorney Alkfiwbn had
asked.
"I heilev I dtd." CainbwUI had
nnawerrd. "nithouah t didn't Intend
to be nuoted."
t'mts cxiiniiniitloti onty mad Do
airs tiHiimony fuller aril more posi
tive Mr. Atkinson had turned to
!l.nl v.irris. Dawn testlfkHl. "Do you
think.'' Tpentd IMmH, reaillliK Uie
) stum from his not, "that he
1 1 'amine til ) wiradl Marry you now?"
"t know he woutd.' wa Ut confi
dent .inaa-er.
Atklnmon had tmd to CatBlael
li. ' Would you?" he asked.
"Yea."
Camlnettl had been allowed 10 ask
hi own nueatinns of ln N orris. lvan
said, nml these with the answers were
taken down.
"Did von ever hur me mention
crueltv or getting a dlvnree on
grounds r crueity" Camlnettl atted
'Yes:'' anld the girl, and then turn
ing t Atkinson, added: "Mr. Camln
ettl told me he'd be much happier If
conditions were different at hts,homc.
and be said that physical cruelty
wuiii.l le the around for hb .thrive"
'What Old Mr t'amlnettl aav elm tit
hi fiinitu relatlc iishln about hla
'elder dun thter " ' Atkinson aaked.
He want thut wm the only regret
he had .ii leaving hla f anally, that he
loved her nd grl-eil at leaving har.
II.. hI.1 11 he got 11 dhorcr he m4ght
brlna the child with htm later
With thto reply the crns-aamlna
lata eloacd and the government an
noun. 'hat t hud no other wltagg
. '- to H 'he dicnsf' nMt lfeady to
prewnt its caae
Leper VoHV 10 Italy.
p. ' 1 Towns, ml W sh., Hej.t. J.
f L.tniri. - Plum 1. 1 l vr l" -caped
from Diamond Point qunranllne ata
tlon t rnl wieks ago. reached Italy
.fei in ei.lt or warnings aeni to
police and health nuthorltles alt over
b r nt ted Slates anil Canada.
Wli n i'llli.ri m HlM'll he had oniv
U. In In- t". kets, Inn he made bis
u u. Ni a Vmk v h th .isaistanwa
..f an Italian eeere. soeletv to w IlIcK
n, ),!, 11,., ,, 1,11,1 from there he look
!.... it;. I.. i:.i.i .c
GOU NTY, STATE
AND NATION
TO PROBE
WRECK '
Latest Disaster on 3fw Htr
RoRd Promisw to Belimstk
gated Thotouglily (By Ak
thorities.
PULLMAN COMPANY MADS
party to mtifnM
Company Asked to Explsm
Why It Permittd Ue o
Wooden Cars in Fast Train
Service.
ty Iawd Wlro to KTetilms HerakljH
New Haven. Sept, 3. The, inters
atat commerc eommlaalon will Has
Sfln public Ingulry here Krlday lnt
the cause of tn wrack of the Bar
Harbor expres. teteMOpad yeaterday;
by the Whit Mountain preaa eaveM
mile north of here with a loea $
twcnt -on lives. Probably fir fi
thifrf injured will die. The harax
will be conduated by (mrnMwjoae
.MeOhgnJ, who haa Invited tho pu&tjS
utilities oenimkwlan of the stata fl
sit with him.
H. W. Uelnap, inspector for th
oommlaMlonr, arrived hero and serve!
notloe on President KUiott ,ot tha
New Haven tod that ha would ax
pcot tho attendanco ut the hcarlne at
all witnesses who could throw HgHt
on tho causes of tho wreck.
Mr. JJolnap denied tht$ the, jewj
Hnvon had been RUilty or' dlsobeyi
tho ohlera of the' cornRi'laaian "wEi
It burnod Uio wruokago last night. Ha
explained that l A. Howard, an
peotor for the commission waa eM
mStitifr tit tho wreak, 'oarlyyeater.
ohj unij. aner iiavnie mauo an In
veatlgutloit. released the wrSckaRa
to the railroad company,
.Meantime Coroner Mix will hold
a secret infiuest.
live ot tho sevontoen injured now
being eareil for In tha Kw. HaifeM
hospital art expeetsa u die. Shfty
are: Jean and Hdua Anhtttte ot Bay
oiuio, s. j.; nose Zimmartnan. Naw
York; William o. itowlafifl of Ihlk
delphla, and L. R. ColfllMy. auouoaed
to be from jiuoksporf. attliie-. A
'
New traven, Coim., ibU 3. Tha
formal inuuiry by the IntefstiUe com
marc commission Into the Walllag-
" twk win nogin Hera I'Tluay.
The death list In the wreck still
stood at twenty-one this morning4 ana
in uogpitni list at suventecib Tha
raiiroaa amployaa who played tha
leudlng ptula In the Now Haven llnaaj
kiteet tragedy woro uii49r, detention
y ino oorotiors order,
ManmvhlJo. tho mnchlnery for tha
usual county, state and kiiml in.
rustication was in inotioli. Coroner
Alts and Chief Knalnuer Mhvotl of tho
state public utllltlon oonimfealott ro
atimMl this morultiK tho soiirfet lnvwi
tluatlon which they bcmrt yesterday
Jointly with the railroad, uompany.
xn revised list of fitd a aompilcd
by the ooroner today was us follows:
Attn-hul, Win, tforCftlki Vn
Armatrong. aiarsargt. Washt
niddJ. UgrrlBt. Tflrcejviftl lo.
Hultttt. atari L IllaUerphlJt,
Davta, Rnlllte Kflnneilv PhJWdcl
phla. j
Vv, tcdttgai Cra.iin IshUflclphiH.
artsMg. AttmX KoWi-'-lrk.
Hotehkhw, Ileyal A. R Mew Haven.
Hotetiklsa. Ihih, hkr brethar.
isanl, Harry K., Mew York.
Koga. Oeorg T.. Ifaw Yartt.
.MarviM. Dr. Joseph , Lu(evle,
Kentucky.
Marvin, Mrs. Joeank H. IHisvlltg,
Kentucky.
Mart tit. tfowartl v., IlpA "JtHwr, V&.
MeQuUlaH. Dalttal Weeti .a, 0er4
brook. Pa.
R actar, frank P., ttarHhlu Pa.
Yahn. Hobapi M.. PhXPalphki.
. Mary Jgtie, 56 mm Old.
fant
ily name net yet nsaertftlnjlil.
PI I.UMAN CO.Ml'AKY
ASKIiiU TO latPi4IN"
Weelilnaton, BWjit. 3h Ti l?HU.man
company ut to be made a fpirtyr to ks
Interstate omnniere cTjaJnitlrtn'r lf
VMtbyalion Into thr WkfflHKf1m
arrwc. The eommlmton wHrfhuulftf
why the Pullman onnfptnjr ,hUuaO
to oMrate wooden alefplhg oars on
through faat paaener train. Com
miasm gar McChord toda tehigaaphatt
RlahMiajd Dean, gbnaral -tngYWKer of
the Pullman company nt h aft
ollowa:
"('(immMmi deal re yftM efimpAnX
to furnish atalianant at th earliest
gosstbi ihtte ahowtmr ndmMr or dara
used in itaasVangar train sHirjpe. KHeA"
her or such ear or wd ejfatrtwtlaf,
of ill tttaal eonatrwoUnn a.nd r a4ai
under frame eoiMHrtigtnrV AK um
h r of ears now under' wHmttwtt
nml nr.. portion of same of vxBfd wtt
tei t nml ) Mndarfrim- Thii tn
r..rin.iju.n rmtMraUvely paadttd Hp
use In New Ituvea wrk hivitlslfftii
Hon now In progress."
H ao t.firsrd a telegram waa tea
..1V..1 by I'.immtaaloner McCtaoril
o
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