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The Adventures of Anne Ives-Mascot Will Make You Forget Your Troubles; They Begin in the Herald Tomorrow
is quite a little job the
city government ha
given the new water
county conventions in
the next 3 weeks will
start the campaign
MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS
Vol. . Nn, M.
AUUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY, JULY 21, 1914.
tub cvFixa nmAi.n
VOL 4, Ml, ll.
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V I 41 I I I ; M l I I li I i I ' I .1
C A I L L A U X
Begins Second Day of Trial
for Murder of Calmette with
Perfect Self Possession and
LABORI THRILLS CROWD
WITH MASTER STROKE
With Paul Bourget on Stand,
Scene fro.n Novel by
mortal" on Use of Woman's
Parte. July 21. The moat im
portant testimony at the second
days hearing In te trial of
Mme. t'alllsux for the murder of
ilimton Calmetle a Ihiil of
rtexlclenl I'olneare. of the re
pitlillr, hM deposition o
dny taken hy Jmlge Kmile Fr
Pheii, the Oral prealdent of the
court of appeals.
Thia narratod how Joseph
Cailluux. then minister of elate
had called on President Polit
rare, on the day falmette was
killed and had spoken about the
prnnahle pulllVt!-;r. In the
Figaro of lifters between him
.If and Mine. Oullaug. In Ihe
rnuriw of an cxi Ited Ulk, M.
CatllnUX ggelalmed, ai-cordtng to
"If ('almetto olillt-hep the let
ters. I will kill him"
Joseph t'ullluux ali took the
sl.ind. He looked very young
to have been premier of Kram
and hief of the hnpoilant rad
After relating liuldeiils of his
private life n'l'T hl" mrrliKe
with Mine, tlueyilaii, he rxpl.iln
ed th" clti uiiiKlan. ea of the
wrltln of the letters to Mine.
Itavnountd. who allerward be
i ,.me Mn.e. Tmllaux. Ills vol. e
trembled and he wns obviously
HI at ra. but he gathered eoin
l.sare " tie nroreeded.
Paris. July tl Mine. lUntlet.e
faillaux wa up at i oVh" k thin
n-.oniog pit paring for lb ae.-ond
.i... a bearuia of the h.tige against
hot of the
wiliul iuuidr on M.mli
t.'alnielle, editor of lli
Tlie wife of the former premier and
minister of linanrc took an early
Heakl.iKt and beloie uilovk wag
walling for her hualiund, who liow
evr. did not call at I he prison of the
omiertseiiu till neiwecu and l
i. . luck. The prisoner and her hua
l.and n.pveisid lor halt un hour and
r'leiwai.ls she lunihed.
... . ..... . .1..... I .11,1 V1.MI..I tt.tk
I nei oevie oi. t -
Mm... t'aiilaux aald to Ilea solicltoua
i rison waid. n when he inquired
iluv about her heul.h. The
i ... i ....... ..i.i v I. u. Weil ibrouuh
... ..i..r. and had lounUi'Thy Joe" letter, according to I ait
...... .......... .ii., .h. had been s mpa- ,
........ nu .r..-.ie.l Th.. stenographic
report of huf testimony tilled sixteen)
columns In some of the newapapeia
. i.u. it,,.rA K.m manv aplre-
rou ...... --- -
' .'r rr1 ;:,: : :: h.d'
. ... upr..MU.n .III
of lads and of the iceiiug
1 ut Intu Iter descriptions
Th. ...on was a little late In aa
sem.dli.g today and meanwhile Mme.
t'aiilaux laUed over her case with
h el nalid lailiorl, her advocate, in
private waiting room. Alier Judge
l.ouia AILanel and his associates hud
taken their i. lain on the bench Mme.
t'aiilaux entered the prisoner's
closure with an ulr of making hergell
Hh was drcsed aa on Iho ft rat day
nf the trial. Hlie took off her roai
and looked quietly around the crowd
ed tourt. Iark clr lea under her ecs
and her itup k nervous gestures seem
ed lo betray the atraln she wag un
dergoing. Joseph Calllaux. Iha pt twiner's lu's
hand, then entered Ihe court and took
his place among the witnesses. He
v aa accompanied by two delectivea.
owing to the f:cl that a group of by
standers hud hooted him and almutcd
insults at him us he left the prison
after visiting hi wife.
m llo I "lent n ilmwea.
Two office boys from the Kigaro
Wrre the ffst witnesses. They de
e Hiied Ihe arrival of Mme. t'aiilaux
al Ihe olth ea nf Ihe Plgoro un the day
of Ihe crime. They told how ahe
wailed and gave details of her en
trance Into the room occupied by Uaa-
ln t'ulmctle and of thrl hearing
lino nf the hoya, Adricn Nln,
crowned down nn thn witness stand
and uttered eerlee f low cries In
show how h hurt found Pulineite,
v ho whi sheltering himself behind
laul IWmrgrt Tells Story.
Paul llnurget. thn "Im.nnrlul," h
I Him with t'almctle In hi nlflce at Ihn
J n. "incut when Mme. f'ulllnux'a card
wan brought III. then told of Ihn Inci
dent: " 'You will not gee hiT. I said."
"'I cannot refuse lo receive wo
limn,' he replied."
Multre l.i,,rl then thrilled the
overcrowded court room hy rending h
dialogue from llotirgefa novel, "The
fiemnn or the Midi.- In which the
characters discus and ronilt'nin Ihn
publication of tho heroine's love ot-tr-.
Coming Immediately after Itntir
gets eulogy of li union f 'iilme Itc, with
hleh ha hud closed hi testimony,
the rending of the iIihIokii,. hy Multre
Ijthnrl was regarded hy n.mTilnl
lawyers a a master stroke.
Multre I-ubnrl'a voice was musical
nnd full of dramatic feeling. When
he hud concluded Paul Hnurgct re
"IJumture la nl life."
lie agreed, however, that private
Icttera ought not to lie published and
'ald he did not believe L'al.nclte hud
' ime.nieu publish the cudiuux m-
Hccitc of Winning Ilcmirin1el.
' reconstructed liv a succession of -
pioa ,f tnc Figaro.
irheiles i.irunueau. a reporter.
Henri Itouleau, a messenger and J fun
Orrle, a telephone uperator, related
portions of their experiences. The;'
said Louie Volsin of the advcitiHlng
oepiirtment w.ia inlklng with llenri
liunoie, an artist, und IMouard Mus
miii, In the roost where Mme. Cuil
luuv was waiting to aee M. I'alinclte.
"Wu never mentioned t'uillaux,'
said Volsln. "aa ahe iwld esterday.
Mme. t'aiilaux here Interposed, say-
Ing. "I wish to ask M. Volsin whether
one of his friends did not say. 'la Ihe
sheet ready?' and whether M. Volsin
did not answer, 'We have a great
paper on L'ulllfiix tomorrow.'"
' "That la aLisolulely false." replied
I Madame Calllaux "I heurd Volsin
a- to hla friend. 'It coata dear hut w
are letting loa Ihe hunting dogs nn
all aides,' "
Tlonnre waa then railed and denied
that t'aiilaux had been mentioned and
Masson's deposition was read to the
j Dramatk- Mury of shooting.
I fMher menibers of Ihe stuft of the
Figaro then teailfled. a-nong Ihem
Iaula litsarua, who gave a vivid dn-
strlptlort of the seene when Mme.
v'ai'llaux shot Ciilmelle.
' lamama sa.id he heard shots and
ran to f.ilmetle's room, where l'"l-
mette had sunk In a atato of rollapae
ill a chair.
i M. riltae, he
woman ny the
"l t mn go. I
said, was holdinx h
wrists. J'he cried:
am not going to fie
j Xlrac then let her go, said the wit
ness, and she stood near the door.
ilear-eyed and with h r lave neither
pale nr flushed. Hhe m-emcd un
troubled hy Ihe fifteen editors who
ijuirkly gathered around her.
i t.'t. . . ... i, ,.i.i ii,. u.u.
f-lie lif'saii ... wui'i , -
nesa, saying: nince mere is no justice
. In Kranee '
I " 'Hhut your mouth,' said one of the
editors, 'after what you huve done,
" 'I wtva not speaking to you.' said
I lnsarus diM-lared Ihnt Mme. t'aii
laux was rfecl mistress of hersell
when he saw her after the crime. Ho
admitted that he had talked about
i the t'aiilaux campaign muay times
with t'almette, milling
"Mv chief said he had dlptoiiiutii-
doi iiim nts Imporiani enough aJso-
lulely tr crush t'aiilaux.
After t'ul.-nelte hud printed
xa rus, he remarked: "My pia-keta are
empty. 1 have nothing more
Judgo AUmr.el then asked Mm
f aillaux If she had an thing to si.y
about the VP lor Kabre document and
,. ..... ,...ii. a .
M iMWTI. .III... .-!'. u.
-i t.d f ..f th... ..ecu... i
knew the part my hiisriana lud tuaen
In Ihe Kothelle affair.'
Then alluding to her culinneso sf
ter the shooting. Mine. Calllaux aald
"All ihe world knew that nKht the
condition of M. t'almette except mv
self and 1 dil not know until the next
duv lhat my action was Irreparable
Mallre Ijibnrl remarked to the
I court that two or me iiwumina
i ; - - - ....
loumt on tne oerson oi ..asioo
melle had iieen aM to President
Polmaie and thai all Ihe others had
been eent lo Keorge Pressial. Ihe
president of the hoard of directors ol
"I sea M. Presatat among tha spec
lators," continued Malt re Uahor
'Perhaps he can tell the court what
was done with those papers."
"The naiers 1 received.'' said M
Presslal, on arising, "wera only cop
lea in the handwriting of M. t'al
nieltii. One was Iho Fabre document
then already published, Ihe second
was Ihe "Thy Joe' letter, from whl
the Intimate paasageg had hei n ex
purxated. I considered 1 had the
right In destroy these papcrg and
Then turning toward the Jury, M
"They had coat Ihe life of my rel
At half paat four o'clock the court
took g races.
Chicago Stock Yards Member,
Under Grave Charge in Lob
by Probe Tenders Resigna
tion in Sensational Speech.
SAYS HE WILL APPEAL
CASE TO HIS PEOPLE
Majority Committee Report
Censured Him Severely ami
Minority Recommended that
He be Expelled.
Wa-lilnutoii, July lit. llcire.
acmalivi- Jaim-e T. Mcl rillott of
lllloiM today on Ilic Ihair of tin'
luni-i oitcreil Ins nlmiatMiii to
take cflc t Immcilliiicl).
Mi Ih-riinHI N under liarmn In
i.iiiiii lion with tin lobby in
titluallon. Mi iNvrmolt, iN-iiiiH'rwt. n-l'if-iu-iiliiig
a ionlllueiM'y which In
clude the sliM'kiariU ill-lrli t of
hb'auo, was otic of llle flgurii.
In the t-xNeur ol .Martin M.
MiiIImII. elar wlino-s in I lie hdi
liy InvcMlgulPni. A niMjoriiy rc
Hrt f the Invcsiiuiiiliig loin-mlttes-,
now n-wily lo tfiiiu' iM'forn
Hm Ihiiim', ni imiM'iiil that In'
In- icoMirtil Willi olllcim nf Hhi
National Aiwucluilmi nf Mann
fniluriTH. A minority rcpoct mumiiH'nda
ttial Ik- lie) rxtadliii.
Ills noiunation cniw as sen
aath n llay when. Iiiiiieilliitely
after I la- liii's hail nw4-iiih'l.
Im nsM lit a qiie-lloii itf M-rMiiuil
privilege noil ollitrd It I nun Un
fliH.r, ik luring Ih- Mould "ni
'wl Ilia HM' lo till M1ipll' of
Hie) Inurtli dl-lrlct of lllloot-..''
He aald he had ullca.lv forward..!
his resignation to I'.owin.il limine
nd had niinojii-e.l Ihmikc, k u can-
dldute for re-i lei lion. He prei-ented
letter to tho speaker ttnlioumtiiK
I niortunately if said, I came
to thia house a poor man: inrlunittcly
for myself, however, takin't int.. inii-
sidrrution the ili.iriclcr or Hi
barges mi.de agalit li e. I leave tin"
house ii poor man. I have la-en
coiiiielied durum my services us
mitniicr of this Iioiink to lioirow
money trout my Iriendn. It iiImo hap-
poind that ttltcrward tiny became
pponellls of IciliolaUoli Which l(.im.l
Ibis house allectiiiM tln-tr lniriii.-ss as
puw iiiin.' els and leiuor ili ukr.i.
It Is true I have not hu.l the edu
rational tiuinlng und perhaps the
social training and ndvuiitagia thai
oiner mciiiiters el thia house may
I llaVe lain liiv'tcd to manv
Plates In I'lilcugo mid clcewherc thai
perhaps aoltic memliers ma' think
above my social stittion. but I have
I'refcrred lo associate with the o
pie who aelit nie to conKresa and
when I am at home In t'hlcago
rsy he found hi my iiccusiotiied
haunts and among my old compan
ions, asaoi ialiiig with ihe men und
hov in the great I in.ni ftockvurds
Mulhail charged Unit Mclierinoll
had iieriiiitted him to ue his 'oil
giessionnl frank for cir iiluting mat
ter for the nun. n fact urers and I lint
Mitvi.ii.it; had claimed he had re
ceived ii i'iO from l.nul pawnbrok
ers to work again).! thv lid.ru I I....H
shark law and u 13:. nun cutniiuign
oniriliution ft. .in a I'hUugo brewers'
Mi llelinotl's llefellse wan I lilt
money received In. in pawnbrokers
w In the nature of i-rsoiial loans
and thai the brew.rs hud cm I tihulc.l
I'HiO nut ol personal friend-hip. II.
also denied H i hutue liy Alulhull that
he had forged Harold Mel 'or-
inlik's name lo a click for IJ.Mi.
The Inn Jot It y of III,. Iiucrtiatl.'
tiilnmlttee recottimeiidlng iclixuie re
ported Mclhrtnoii guilty ,,f acts n
grave Imptopiiet y. titiliecomtiig lb
distinguished position he holds, and
added that "bis tiaining and iissuciu
tlona have md given nun I In. etlii.iil
pert eptloiM and standards rt lative
publl.' ..filer thai Usually churailcr
Ixe public men."
The ease was to count before Iho
house Ttuii sila) .
McdlMttHra Heady to IUln.
rhliago. July II llegular meet
lni ut the federal hoard of mediation
With Ihe managers of Iho western
railroads and the chiefs of the engine
mens unions wire scheduled to beg.n
today. They are to be held dally he
bltid closed door. It wiia announced
by Kcdetal Judge Martin A. Knapp ul
The order of Iho proceedings will
jm a morning session with the man
sgeta and an afternoon session with
tha e tin Ivi es' culuuiHUo,
IV 1 11 ARB DANGER
Conference Convened at Com
mand of King George Holds
Future Peace tjf England in
its Hands. j
GREAT CROWDS GATHER
AT BUCKINGHAM PALACE
Unionist Leader. Confident
that House iif Commons
Must Dissolve, Bends Call to
Prepare for Election.
London, Julf 21. For
the first time ij the mod
ern history ofv England
the king today recognized
that the cry of civil war
was on the lips of many
of his responsible and sober-minded
connection with the Irish
home rule crisis.
His speech to the lead
ers of the various parties
called together iu confer
ence at BucKiugiiam pal
ace was very grave in its
tone as he told them he re
garded them as the trus
tees for the honor and
peace of all, and left them
to confer in view of reach
ing a settlement.
He told them their re
sponsibilities were great
and that time was short
and advised them to exer
cise patience and to be
earnest and conciliatory
in their deliberations.
kN; .MIM.I-. MtKiJi Mii.r.'i
AlHiUl.sS 'li r.i.r.iv
King lieorge. In re liv ing the con
ferees al li'e kinam.in piiiace, m
the follow inn bi n t cpcccn.
Ii is with feelitm of aatistaclloii
n.,.l I. Iiiluera that I receive ".
i...r. t v i.n.i I tlc.nk you for thu
niiinner in which y..u have reepond-
. .i in mv summons. It la nto a mut
ter lor col gtatillalioli thill the speak
er of the hoUe ol coinmoMs has con
Wi to preri.le over our meeiiiiK".
Mv intervention al ihia moioein
inav be rekiarueii iib a new u.......
but ihe exceptional clrcuiiiMiincce
... .. ........ ... . ...
under which u ate brought log.tn
r l.lulllv mv uri I.
t..... ..i.m navft w ntcneo
wiih .led. mlMKiv init llle cotirHt. .
....... i Inlatiil. Tb.. trend
(t'iitliiirc.v on !atfu Two )
TODAY IN CONGRESS.
MA 1 1-
Met at noon.
I'ommitlK's cel. red Ihe Inst
stages of their wik on the trust
Minority of the bunking com
liilllee begun pr. paring u favor
able repoit on I lie lloiiiinulii.il of
Thomas I). Jones lo Ihe federal
Announcement ;ts Simile that
the complete ti'iat program
would o ptescM.'l tomorrow.
Ik bale was re: uined on the
river and ha. bo, bill. K. nat'ir
llurton lending the attack ul
IK It R.
Met ut 1 1 o'cl ... k.
llepreiwlllallve Mi TlcrmoU of
Illinois 1 1 e m 01 rat i. under nre
lu Ihe lolil.y liivi.illgiitioii. an
il.. no. id his re-una! Ion.
. The stindrv iivil bill cr.nti-r-ence
report war. c.naidered.
A bill for a baling sv8lein for
oil and mineral lands on Ihe
public domain .- considered by
the hinds i onmi ' ' Ice.
Hy a vote of I' Insisted
on dlsagreemcrd to .nate aim
dry civil bill am' iidmenl aipro
priatlng lil".t' mr sewage s)l
tetn at Hoi Si.iisn, Ark.
Zapatistas in Force Surround
Village of Xochimilco, 20
Miles South Which Controls
City's Water Supply.
CARBAJAL WILL DEMAND
SOME FORM OF AMNESTY
No Definite Political Develop
ments Expected Until Tues
day When Carranza is Ex
pected to Enter City.
Mexico 'It y. July 21. I'p lo nn
early hour today follovv.-n. ,f i-.itiil-
lalio Zapata, the rebel leader, who
has been operating In southern Mex-
... had Hot lltlilcke.l Xot llllllllcn, u
llla.;e twenty nill.n ftoin thu t itpl-
lul. which place they be-all I"
Xochimilco, which Is tlie gate to
I his ciiy and la of grent eii iiiexic
iilue tiecaure the i'i I 1 1 a I gets its
water supply from the lake there, It
now defended by 4. (Mill federals, the
gairlion having been i einfon l aet
night by a large body of troops. Ked-
ral oftlcialM Muted today thai the
lace was perfectly safe and lhat
i-ars of a Zuputirlu nlliick tin the
upll.il itself were groundless.
The federals Who evacuated Han
iiIm Potosi are cm eniniling In
Uuuxulea Jittiilloii nnd ij'icrelsru.
The celiMitutlollallHt troops, it la
staled here, have begun their d-
niicc south from San Luis potosi.
Keports rcietved from lliebla say
the gov eminent of that statu has
sent tleleuateH to confer with eolist
tutlonuiist leadeia to arrange f..r
their jieaceftil entrance Into the
There have been no new develop
ments In Hie politic. I silit.itlonr i ne
general belief ih that not lung defin
ite will be done until mxt Tuesday,
when liencril I'aiianiui or his dele
gate.! ale expected to arrive here to
nlil. r villi I't -esnleiit t '.i 1 1... Ju I
tieiierulN ioc.. und Argiiinedii
and oi In r fot tner ri v oiutioui.ry
hief.t now niiuu with the govern
ment have ottered their services to
President I'atl.alal to beck the mi
ni., of i .. iiMUiitl.it, il)l moving on
th.. capital. I'lcHiiletii i ii li.ij.il has
Iim lined the oiler.
The I'.raKilian niiuli-tcr is making
nergetic icpresent tti'.ns to Ihe for
eign office to restore Ilic inuliiige
meiit und opening of lin- .aide oflt.o
f the M.-xunn Telegraph . ompuiiy.
The cable ofilce wii taken over by
the lluerta gov eriiiueut .in April 2'i 1
and Ii.ih rime b. en operated by the
government. It Is bellcv.-tl tilt- res
toration of eoiiHol to the Mcxii an
Teleiii.iph toiiipanv will be made this
A It It X J I . Will. MIT MkK.
I M IIMll l lllV l, M KKKMIK.II
Wushiimton. July 2 1 - prov isional
Proiih-nt t'arhajal does not Intend
lo surrender iirtcondiii'.nally to tii-n-er.tl
t'arraiK.1 and will i oncentrale
his military force, and rcwt un In
vasion rather than permit the con-.li-
tittiouullhis to enter Mcvl. Ciiy
wllhout ptevlotlH ugrccinc titH not to
wreak venge:in-e on the pves und
piopt-rty of those who support, tl
Ibis was tb t. not- of information
front .ml born it 1 - s.-iirc. i tml.iv in
M. xn o 1'ity 1. 1 Wiwhinuloii tllplo
in. its. It spt t ud a feeling nf p.-s-suiilstn
III some iiiait.-ta over lite
posslhilil v of an cm. table scl I lemelit
f llle I c i ..hit loll.
Kiiiiln. K ili.isca. head i-f the dele
gallon vvhell repl cr.cl.lcd licllel.il
lltiett.i at Ihe Niagara coiiteictt. e.
arriv.-d hire und tlisctiscd ttie s-1 1 tl -all.
n fii'M vviilt the Hoiith Aincticaii
tne. Inn. us nnd Hon ut the Meiuau
elnb:. will! Jose Cist. Hot. pel"liill
I'epl esent.il l . ol t'aihajtl.
While denvillg I lotus. v eS to cull
em It became known that th fa
vored a more a-vi.-stve at'lttule l'
Presideiil t art.il.l to so. are guatan-le.-s
of. pn l.-ci i.-ii l..r tilt, piople in
Mt-xl.-o t'ny und le.leial tcrrlloty
gcnetall v .
They made II plain lhat Mr Cm'
hnj.il hud mi obje. tie n to turning
over the gov ct inn. nt to li.-.i. ! tl t'ar
ransa. but mast insist un some u
sutan.es In advan e that proieilv
would not he despoil.-.! and ihi.ti
there Would Im lio Wll'dcSal" iXe. u
tioiis or arrests.
Another uspert of the siltiilion
which wus count. ... led on was I be
knowledge lhat iiciicl.il I '..i ran.a.
while Inlo rnniig the American t.-ll-suls
ut Monterey that he would re
ceive a eotnmisston flom t'aibaial.
lliadu it plam thai ho Would du ku
only to uniniir for the un. oinlil lotml
surrender by the .Mcxi.n u nt horn les.
I 1 1 .1 . . It 1.1 1 r. wet.. Will. Iling Willi
keen lnt.lci.l-. the tcpoits (dating
that ficticial Villa was milii threat
ening a litcak w ith t'al ran'.a. Tlie
dentil of two Kiein h cliTiiyim-n and
ihe ittipriHonm.-iii .if i-levin i.thers is
givliiK the French govt i n.innt nun h
enncern I'lmrKe t'liiiisi.e nf Iho
Free-It etithiiHyv hri an i-iitfjigetn. ut
to pr. -etil to President Wllxon in v. nt
tepi.-s. ui.it ions ill that c iini i t Ion
FOOLISH WOMAN AND
INSANE MAN CHIEFS
IN UGLY TRACED x
l.oa Angeles, t'al. July 21 - Fear
thai Mrs. lalna Hikes. 2i years old.
would return lo Notcros?., ila.. and
edict rc.otiell.it Ion with her hus
band, a bunker there, is believed bv
her lr.eii.ls t" have led lo her death
ytsterdav at the hand-, of I'huiles H
llaaa. s t ottliiiclor. who ulsti killed
Mis. Hikes r.ceittly filed suit ror
tlivorce, but mi. h.iI.I to receive tl.'i'l
itionibly Irom her hiisluiinl in tellers
uignm h.r to ni'.iiii, und friends
siiil today thi. had tle.'ided In rtop
When he called ut her residence
and learned Hint she wax unlet p he
bur.it into her bedroom anil shot her.
Ii'sposltlon of her llve-yeai'-nlil s"n
I.e. ut awaited utlvices today front the
PATMOHT 15 HGfilli
Found When He
Milwntitiie. Wis.. July SI. Hev
l.onls ft. Pi.tmnul haa iliautipeured
axuln. It was only rt.viurday thai the
Ii inperan.-e worker, w ho hud been
mte.-liig from li.-tr.dt for five weeks,
was found at Cili l-ake. Wis. Itev.
t'lumle I. Willy i.ud lour other le
In. iters went lo liil l-ake and )es
l rtlay Iho purty slurte.l for home.
Thev took a sleeper and some time
early this morning Mr. Putmotit van
His itbM-nce was discovered after
daybreak i.ntl Ini-Haages wTe sent
l..e k ii l in k the Luc. Ii hail been
planned to place the lo turer In a
JESUS ANNEXAS WOULD
ANNEX BOULLION TO
VALUE OF $23,000
111 Paso, Tex., July 11. Sixteen
bars of silver bullion viilu. d nt I
una were held here today us u result
nf i oiirt uctlon ut Nogab-s, Arix , utul
l-.J Paso. The mt.tl came from a
mine In Huialoa. it being sent by the
HlllaloU CollHtlllltlollallHt state gov -
cinnietii in pa.vm.-nt or some paper
curieiicy received from iciici.il far
ranxuV. heaii'iuiirt. is.
An iuiun. lion suit vv ih filed
avainst Ihe (v press company at No
gales hy .testis Maria y Anncxae. the
mini, owner, said to be a Spanish
concern. Th.. shipment was stopped
her.-, but t'ulian'.as u'eits ftletl l
S-iIU-stlMllolt slut, deposit IIIK itticl
the value of Ihe ni'-tal, so that th.
shlptnclit could lotililiut- to ,Min
The "Ads" Have Abundant "Human In
terest' That's Why They Are Ap
propriate in the Columns of a
Newspaper Which Appeals
to "Human Interest"
Details of an opportunity to save a dollar in buy
ing a pair of shoes, or a waist, touches the INTEREST
of a woman quite as surely as the details of a separa
Her interest in the money-saving opportunity is
a purss-interest. Her interest in the separation cult
have fjund irksome the ties which ahe herself, values
is based upon the fact tint some other human beings
and cherishes and she likes to know WHY.
In both instances, ' human interest" is involved.
The lnusewife, therefore, finds in her evening
newspaper matter and matters touching upon many
phases of the problem of right living. And while she
is entertained, educated, uplifted by observing the
mistakes and calamities of others, she is aided and
served iu a PRACTICAL WAY. in solving her own
pt :blems by reading the BUSINES3 NEWS contained
in the "ads."
Head of Western Federation
Declares no Officer with Fat
Job can Stand in Way of
IS BUSY EXPLAINING
SITUATION AT BUTTE
Blot on Labor Organization
Which Can Never be Oblit
erated He Says. Opposes Of
fice Holding Limit.
Iienver. July 21. Thi eonaoliilntlon
of the I'nlted Mile Worker of Amer
it a and the Western Federation of
Millets In a "one miners organisation
Is recommended In tho report nt
President t'liutl.s II. Moyor, present. -ed
today ut the biennial cutivvntlol
of the latter urkanixuUun tn suasion
Thu repi.r. contalng a eomprehMi
sivu review of the acuvitiua ol thi
organ xiiion during tha last two
)c.i t.i, pielgea the support if thn
Western Ketletalion tu the United
Mititt Workers I i ihe Colorudo atrlge;
i liatged dissension among the mem
bers of the federation al llultu. Mull
t.itiH, tu th activities of repreaenta
lives of the Indusirlnl Workers of tha
World, utj.i ihe creatttia of u per-
inane in, l und fur strlko betiefltu; op-
lesi'S a proposed smcndinent that
would re'idcr any member Inuliglhlo
(of re-eucilon mini had previously
held oillco for two coiiaecuiive year
and culls upon the me. libers of or-
i;unlxed liiixir to unite In a campaign
of education tu secure their demands
ill atalea and In the nuliun.
I'pon the subject of amalgamation
with the I'nitcd Mine Workers u(
America, Mr. Mover said:
"I want lu auy tht there la not
going lo be uny opposition on tha
Purt of the Western Federation ol
Miners lo un amalgamation of the t
miners' orgamxutln:is; there are not
going lo be uny ofll. era stand In Ihe
way of a one minors' organisation In
this i outilry."
The report quoted an address aiado
early thia year by Mr. Moyer In
which su h uctlon wus urged.
President Moyer advised that the
convention Instruct Iho Incoming ex
ecutive board to select a committee
from ihn board or lhat thu conven
tion elect ii cnmmltlcu to lake part
In ii conference with repn sentatlvea
nf lite l ulled M in,. Workers of Amer
ica with a vo w- of effecting an amal
gamation. Neiiily i.ne founh of the report la
net ii pled Willi a rilS'UHsion of thu re
cent .1. slur!;. no c ut llutt growing out
of ilisscnsioiit among thu Itutto loinl.
Helen in.; to the riot of June 2J at
I'.'itle In vvhl.li several were kllleJ
and a halt of the miners' union mi