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You can begin to see the votes rolling in for the active candidates in the Herald's big automobile Contest.
Pie
f timing
MttisUb
no
! SURE
it wa just, ayi
begin to under
stand how it
feels to be at the
Theodore. I did
it.
wrong end of the gun.
MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS
Tltlltl M',-4 ITIKKN.
Vd. M. No. a.
ALBUQUERQUE. N. M., THUR3DAY. APRIL 22. 1915
Tlfft CTKNISfl HfWAf.n
vim. a. . M.
ITALIAN GOVERNMENT REQUISITIONS ALL SHIPS IN TRADE WITH U. I
ACTION FAILS
HILL 60
PROVES
MORE COSTLY
THAN NU EVE
CHAPELLE
English Admit That Capture
of Hill Commanding Ypres
Was at Cost of Thousands!
of Men.
GERMANS DESTROY AN
ENGLISH SUBMARINE
Spring Floods Both in East
and West War Theatres
Make Movement of Large
Bodies of Troops Impossible
I ( pill . (Via lur.
S: II p. nil rt'nni rendu .1
l(. UK- 1 1.. in ivir.iKiMii MHtB linn
MiiIi hud -int a mill' in ii-1 1 In
. I. i ll tlriunlly uiiu.unicil in nn
I ll nil. c I il in 'Hit II' I. -WlUt Hi
ihIhhI .In- iiiliilniiini h i in- uhiii
iiln. , Imlv Mill . .m. ni m inn
loth mi uuretiueiii with utrn
Ii i- iini i -iiili t Hi" in 'in rr
pun in n'.
iit'tit-rul . iiii" In I : '
thai ItU'iHiiiin nun Mill In
rea. lied. t-y i-i tin It--- uiillluri
.l ci.iruH'iu nn- Im'Iiiu ftuil lulled
mill tin- Kriue-i i'iitri ulnuit
I III' n U Ill-I t'
i iii cntiullnu lrtmi-.
o-trlu I-
(.iiit-tii. -ttll Mi
M i. m.) l
klMMM -"I. Jiii- In
rytn iliit- wilt, nt-ii-t
(Mil I -!-.
itiiiiiii mnl
Hit llsfrlillltl.
nil minimi
crihii, rri nnalliil
M iltt'lr riNi ilti- nn
ii-ii'iiiiii
i . i niiiiMii-.
Nca- Mini lit'
MII Hull lilt'
lintl -iniN-tl
Idr Willi ISM
I I IBM I'M- MMM
Italian IBVMSMII
ii mi-- lanti. xt
I iilli .l MUMaa, I'n--
raujrajaaa Him IuiiI n" Ii"-iiI ibk
rln han ii "i llii'lr in rr-
MM I Ill-Ill 'l ilt' Italian
unit umt-iii, tin ri'imrt -n y -, n.
iiiri-. nil iln- -H'iiiiislili-.
I ilnn. Airl 22. I J. .Hi .. in. I
Mill Nn. Kit, dominating an
in i lit- niitii iit'itMt til Ypren. i'i
iiiiut'N in lir ''if Miirm t'liit'i uf
Hit' n intern rrmu with the llrlt
ihIi . iiiigtna tetuu nun . . la MM
Ktutllnl In I41-11 !' annual! bUM Hit-iinl'i-
Cuunter Mlark aftar
i ii m t r iiiiiirk han n -ii far
i .cliiMv ri'l'iilnril, lull Ihe
HruiM, In. l.l It mill iliRiuiit'il I..
I in- ; t rin m iin mnl Mm MM Ol the
liit ly mnl DMMl MtMl ik i" il
mi in nlKhl. The HrliiHh luMM
IniM- tint been uAiii'iiii'i-il lull
Hu t m,. mHmmed al wi ll hut
inui Tin Hermann arc bellevad
I., half Mara Hum !. Maw.
TM i i.iiih irlva in Mm direr
Hun hi Mlhli'l in aboM the
mill mmm nkfuWcanl nunc in
l. Itl'Ml.
Tin inniliiiun uf tlir xiMurul
I. '.ih in Mm Ml iin.1 Mm went In
now I.i lug illrri'Ui raftex tad In
nn- i.. i ill upiaatlaaa The mmu-
II. hi nluiia ih. rntlri' eiiateru
in.it i- foe Hit nn. tni'iit nppur
anil) hi ii ntundntlll, (looda hnv
inn Impeded military activity In
MM hi imiliiJim t. i ex lent,
white araotMallt Mkfits hn
nnn ht-iirti nf Maretyinati in Po
land On the ui her liutul line
wi'iiiIut Iiuh prciiilled In the Waal
i.. i dim Mm anal barrlai Mary
nli.riu-. MM ground mil In- "in.'
harder dally, a condition m hiili
hould nauaa lacraaaad aattvM)
nil . .1 ll Hllll'.
Tin- llriilnh p rcna concede!
thai i'ii laklMi m mil Nn. aa la
l.iru. u ii I", ill iniilli-r. Inn II mi.
Rl4ara Hiln riiaaaeuuTit mi Iiii
piirinnl dap forward and a areai
r.'tni in ihr tuun al rpraa. s
long uodjar bom liayd)Maot. Tsia
iMrmuna. m iMooaaaioa of iliin
hin. arara aol oiMnabova Mm i""
inn iiuy ihfaataaad ih BrHiao
Inn - hi Iiii- ll inlly uf Hi Ma!.
rn ihm. 11 mi iiti'iiiu- i:isin
-1 11 vi 1 n s -i t't'towi 1 1
I'eM'uxrud, April It, (tfl:4l p. 111..
via Imndaki S;ja p. ml Thmwii
hack frnin Ihe prln. Ipal niitn.nlti. uf
the I'urtmlkMi mnuatalaa in ihe
piaiaa ! Huaaary, laa roreai uf a on-1
irlu are j,.,w altampMni la relieve '
Ihe aeukm-n- ..f then p. .mil. n ah.iidirnnia1 1, lu.llu 111 ul.lin I 1., m I1.1t
TO HARMONIZE WITH RUMOR
OF POSSIBLE UNDERSTANDING WITH AUSTRIA
TURKS PREPARE TO MEET ATTACK
fi? LAND OK DAODAHELLE FORTS
Mm- In-rtiian ailnilrnH) nil
aanMMMl KmIii thai n m m l. tili
i.i ii in. Hit -link Hi i iln nan I"
llflanlnuil ha) , ullli'li I..- Ih
MMM ll'.. iiinlinuil ami Hu
i- lan.i uf ll. I... I. ..i.i U nalil
r.rln-h ii i.i .in,. Iinlc i irti-
-t'litil .,,i.i in " I,-. i i.. ii, ii.
Ill tllln lia.
iii ivii.mnui ii i- aaaaraad iimi
ntlt1liil ui u-irln in uiiillnnk
tin- ll'. . ... nil., in. ...I. . i unrlli
m ll.". i. I. n. i. ni.. I in.
ll-l iMIln I" .... ruUltll mil. h. ... i
loSBStti
In I rnnit' ami llt'lalum i4rr
i.a tin-it- mum i' "ii, in., .in. . uf
inlimr "i ',i tiMa ill-
iut, h -ays iil Ha ll ami . ...
-nl.j. . i- in -.uliii I. .nil hail' Invn
ii- .ll.. I in llxlr rt-inllti- khiii
II It-. ll Ih uI-.ii t ml l.ll Hull lilt
liultun u ii-niinriil Iln- ritiifta-
llulii-il nil Itnllau t- t-U .,,.,.-!
In n .ui. Willi Iln I llllitl MNIIV.
Hit' iliinll... k In Iiii' iiinmln
llnmt InlMtvii Vu-irln ami li.il
lin- ' . . u hi.iki-u im1 l.' i" nl a
-I'llh iiu ui m ilu iiu -ll..i- ui i--ut-
ulllitnil itiMiri in uim-. MMa
In-t'ii it-tltiNl In l(u mi', ll U nut
known h hi-..ii- niln'r iImii
tllu-t- t lu-i'll I nil. tl llltl WMM
1m Mitt' "'- taki-n iluif in rt-lii'ii'
Iln aiMiritnly Ii..h It ... -Ililnllutl,
i.ui i;. .in- aaaaaaaa thai i-uiu-r
u-ia i,i Italy ha-, mailt- -tunc
n iiu-'i ii-iii han i.t-fii ii p-
aaapaaaal aaaaMaMlj a- aaMaaaaMai
In llnir i nun li tlif In M anil
I -I i In ill-lli. I- .i- yyt'll a- Ilu- Mill-
inn i tun MaajdJa hi MM SatsWkj
ulu-li'.i- u-lrl.i Ha- l.t'lit-yt'il In
ll' Mllllnu In in hi ..nil ii . .uii.ui.
I I Iu- fill i
' ' Min i) Hu
Kh.n. hy
I NMivamanui
..I ih'- i ' 1 1 1 .... t h la n fi'uiit.
MiiiiMMjua I mill a a n-
iu ii parallel outflaaklM 1
um nH rail in in tin' iii
i.' i .... i ui Hlry, ahh-h l irniiK i"
i. fin i i.i. k tin UoaaMa u. mnl Mm
ii.tlur ui Ihi' I'lrllill) Uorlkn in -in
i fiuii in aurriiuml iln. Itu-'Himi rlitht. i
I The renu I theae alleinpln I
have beeh nil aaaotiaied In I rren.-n airnoni - tir.....'.t
Potroarad Tin luctlei ,,r MM Raw- h..n,hn .ii Loerraah, Kaniiern. u ui
-Han (..r.. were ... MvMa the aiiamp I uihar alaaea ll Btoek foraat. Th.-u
i.. a.l.mi..' i.) nmi-raakrluni-r. N"t a loJeailla killed and wuondad moalli
-in i ajaa Brad mill Mia r.me wn , .1 1 eklldrea. T' ae I
irn rlaae, Tin. Itin.nkii.n Hun nod- h- oaaa wore .hm..llluil. Thine linnl
danli .-li. 1 rued with the bayonet, withlnh" an Baarmed und wliHnot aarrl
MM raawU ikat Mia ikaMrtoaa aiara jaoM and onuM only kaaaafckMi.
it.i.. K- I ilu- Kuaataa. lak- aehooli mnl 1 InrkM.
aa .in uouauall larsa nuMkai of
pfl oaara. Hy I he wiine laetwa MM
RaaiMM oaar Polea oaaiarad mi .'ii
ni. Anal Han bollalMa it h itn 'oil
ruaiakrmanl ol oasodMi
In a atuUhoTl hot lie niaf KhkI
inka Apnl II .n l April '-''I. MM Aun-
iiimin took a. 1 ulavalad paaftkaa in
1 he kMa ..f a xiii.tia RMawan dafaaaa.
i.m aflat in., iiuurn nf aaaaaaaioa
Ki n' fori' ad I., ihiadjaa tin. aoall afi,
iiih.r ftoatrkM i-ffurln nhma the
riier Hin in- DontliruhM in aovaiap,
hill
far nip .ui daclatra renuiix
i.i IIM RMKIfrt ilNklM.
ill I Nt.l l-ll -1 I'M iRIMI
Merlin. April .'. (Via Loado-r I -'"
p. in 1 The OaraaM aaMirralti trafay
aave mil a HaMMinl MTlM Mini in a
..rtiiln bay "I the N'nrlh aril llrltmh
m 11 hm a 1 nn - h ue hern repeatedly oh
nerveil ,i'. . nil. ail. I alia. U11I hy
lermiin foroaS, Kinh n hnntlh auh-
marlaa w in aaai in ika bMloM aphi
i; ami the iOBtTM I nf nlhrr nurh
irni'ii' ih . ..nsi.h re.i pr a bah la.
Tin. adjMlraR) atatamaal ipa NkM
ll(.i..laini bay a 1 he aeaoa of the
appearance 1.1 ihe RrMMti aubmarwiaa.
Tin, baa lies bataraan tha rnalakiad
anil the inlmul ..I ll.ll..laii.l. oil ul
Ihe MBat imp. 1. unit ilei uian 'iiivul
ntatluun.
i.i RM N RHPnUT -.ll-
III X I ll.il I ll. IN M 1 r
lierlln. Aprlf.'.' iVIu l.unilmi. ::i't
p. m. 1 ilernin arm. Iiearuu .irlera
I'.ilay nine mil a repnit nn MM pru
raai of hoatlUtlaa whnh hiiy:
"in the Araaana ami in I ha reafoa
I. .-I a . i-ii Ike M. iitie ami Ihe M.... U.
yeaienluy m larca artlMary e-iaaite-ti,.
ni.. Att.'i .1 aarprlai artlllari at
I. ii-k French f..r.c hint nmhi ul
labdld In tha .lcrn pari nl' the
w I nf I... I'retre hut liny were re
paint. I ll h Ilea . lunm-H."
'HI m ll RK.IIMIT Mm-
Mil IHM. Ill I III M -
I'll Im. April IS, IVia In. 11. Inn. I.M
p. a, ) Tin ..iii. i ii rapori oa the
urturrti nl 1i..biiiuu
h,, prenrk " nbl'
glvaa nut hy
I hin lift. 1 11
atlvri) Hinall part uf llih. i.m
Hr.
A ii"u;; Turklvli ami) In m
mriin in tHTi-r ri-nlxinm i' In Iln
laiul isffoal Hllli Mlilili IIm- ailli-n
mint t lu Mi l l. ih. i.ii.inuflli
lui-Hlii ii ii. ,in Ilu- rear. n
lhtiw .ii i-ii. h -jii Hit- Turkn
I..,, i iiiri n. hctl Uu'iii I..--iruiiitlt
nlniMjC tin i nal ir IIh
null ul Harm.. It In In tllln tli'ln
lt), aiiirt-illiiii in iinuilltlal n
N ll- i.-it-r.la , . hut .ui nun rt
i I , nml i i. ii. Ii triHiin. Iiair im.i
t'tl. 'l urkUli nil anilinn-iiln nluiiit
Ih. I IIU-l m. Ik nn; iHUlltm rilltl
! wur-lilix. n- ilu- ullltx.
II.. ill i . i in 1 1 .. 1 1 i . ul tin' Lit
fii nlTiii-lii' nml ilu- hlitli i-wl
Iii Ilu nllltH. ..I mi atliani-r an
-hi n ... in, In iln- IivIiiIiik n. .ii
rt . a- u luii ih,- lirlth.li Kmk
Nut I I . . " ' 1 II I ill"-ill. HIlMV
lilt- llllllli' nl Hill Nn. IMl hy till-
llrulxli ilu- ItiTman-t luni- mailf
out' nllai k ni.i aaMSSMf In an
itittiiiiu in iiitnin iiii- lajBataaaaM
-iiuii'iiii Ni-ithni. 'i iu- Msam nn
Imlli -lih-- iiii- lu'lh-yt'il in nm lulu
Ilu MiaWaanil. Su tar a- hn. tnf n
dja i i i . tin' in Hi-it iiuii -uf.
itth'il In ii l. mi. ii, l ilu' hill.
I't-i i . urtitl rtM.ti Hun iluriujt
tin- la-i luiiiiiuhi ih. rr I,. . kaaai
uiillliry hiHilliiu In mrihi-rii
ltii--iiiii I'uliiml. nt-ui- Ilu- 'Mnt
lrti.-lnu rrti'mli'i Ilu Ilu Inn
nrt -mil M MMB nun ilu- nil.aul
Mk Mm . ln- U in Hu- Ilu Inn
adww iu Mm t i.iiuihian- aa-
. Hli.tl Iu Ki-rhii i.i liu--lan ih-
IMJM. I- -llhl III I't-iruuilltl In lit
lllli- In aMfcafl I f'- Mllhh mlki'
MMkMiaaa iiith. ait
waa ll: l'u .1
ii. Mat MMM
ii rmada oak.
'ii Mit. I
Ml. Ml
WOMI N
April ti,
larlodad
hill
IMH IIII Mill
I 1 1 V Wllrh'- '.I :
In Hit- llom
MHNTI.V
Rerlln.
s. nilh'. i
hi. n uui impty h ilu- iivfrneaa Nt
M I
Aaenry ll the fnlluln:
"ilerimi'i
at royal M
. oAtatafai
,.-wiler 111.
naroBknklM bava de
Belfaat r"Tanie. a ah ad
PMlMh iiemplani'K. Mix
Kailii'H alnu yvele nluy 11
Up.'-
1
Ml 1 1 Mir M I I IM. IIIIM-
-.111 1 1 1 i n hi nil mum
ftkiedaaa, April IS, (Via ttondon,
t:i1 p m 1 Tin- traaMr Faaakta at
rlveil here tu.lay with the crew nf ihe
trawlrr llaVn . ami NMaMld Hun Ika
KtiM.y had baan ihalMd n. .1 Qaraiaa
Mil. n, .11 lie lanl niilhl ..ft Hu cant
PoaJat. The men ..11 the ftaVoy left
Ihelr (hip in a nmal' boM whnh liny'
nay alnu wan nkettad by the aUhNMff
ine. No .."'c nan kSffbfadj.
The RMVay'i .-r. iinfinl thmil In
the nmiill baal fur iw.. luuim In.fnre
heltil pi. kill up 1 1 han nt hern
aataMtahcl ahelher Hie Knv.iy wan
-link
EXTRADITION FOR
SIRINGO IS
REFUSED
Oovernoi Finds Defects in
Papers of Chicago Detective
in Santa Fe to Get Author
Charged with Libel.
Simla Ke, V. M . April '--' 0W
aysjaf Ui'IKiimM today rafuard M la
ne aatmdKlon foi rimi, P, Mrlaaa,
author tnd datarilva, wanted m I'M
. aa.. 1.. akaarar a 1 harm- ..1 liia-l
hriuiKhi ai the Inataa 1 ilu. Pink-
II. in aatlOkMl ihleilMe igMUf, fur
aRaaecl lilieluun nlalenienlii in mie nf
MrMao'i 1 i.i. 1 in. aaro .1 n
1 aine fur Ulrlnao eeeeral ilnyn uku
The aovarnor! rafuaal i - Mmm Hu
rcuulnli Inn 'inprmal wan lieiauae uf
.leli . In In Ihe I'hkiaco ..III. el n pa
pern -
NEWSPAPERS
OF BERLIN
ASSAIE
U. S.
Declaie President Wilton's
New York Neutrality Ad
dress is Part of Program of
Fair Promises and False
Deeds.
Aninl. r.lain. Hi llund. April 12.
CuKamentMa aa ihe addn - uf rr.nl
daal Wilaon ui ihe Mtarkaoa ur Tin
AaBaelatao itchh In New V..rk, April
.11. ilu ..nnln. In .. iluiu uf llerlin
ayb:
"We rould helii ie In the laiMnatMa
ul Hu I'nlHil Mtalen ufler the war lu
pi... Ihe role lu arhtok rrenhlent Wil
ion i.i. 1 -. tiamal prepare anninl
nr I.. 1 I. "Hi h.-Hiarr ul partlen. K
tin Mm 11, mi- doMfa the war had
acleil 111 ac.'urdiincn with the prl'u lple
"i 1 ,1 1 .a . in neither able. The
purveyor! ..1 mum ami umtnumt ,,n
in advaeaarMi raaant. aM al 1 atkMak,
pretend in In. ih. Imparllul friend uf
all balllgaranti 111 ilu- nafMllatliiai at
the en u'lunlun uf the war."
i h. Lokai kaaaktai ugw:
"PraaMani WihaMi in mlahtlly mot
takaa n in- InMMffnoa hin art uf aao -Irallly
will I... a. knu 1. ...l anil i.il
aed by the balllcaraata aa fair play.
M In Impnanlhle f..r lierinuny un." her
ill nie.-iu ... , Ign uf aelf i'un -
Mnl um nhlrd putrunaca hy the coa
llnuetl Itilaratlon ul a looat MfaanMva
-apply nl iirma. rumblndd. with linm-
,.l. luri n all Knali.th ..ppren-
aloa "I 1,1 alt. il I'unnu'i.'e. rtu far an
1 hin. ilu In . ..II. . I lie, I. I'ri-nulellt Wil-
MM aaad nut trouble abaal prepara
ilnnn fur help after the war."
ELY AMAZES THETIIX
HIS OFFER
Most Remarkable Develop
ment of Session. Says Chair
man Poe, When Central Re
ceiver Offers to Return
Money for Taxation.
Kama Ke. . M wrll 22 What
t'hiilrmau Jnlin W I'm djaanribed as
Ihe in. .ni iimiixtni .h , . Inimical .. ihe
plea, ul nennl.ui nf Hi. atate tux . --
mienlnn rn-.i Hi iimrnlfiK when
Ralph 1 ' HI) r nf the New
fallen Central rallnaua, while ne.k
i ii k a lower valuatlnn for the track!
nf ihe railroad, nffrradjl voluntarily
iu return fur taaatlun aomi lll.nil
In II. '..null ,,f ueruni tleil fun. I- aow
n Hu- Ii.n.ln nf Hi. i. .reiver. ..ih-
Inn like ihe ufTer h I ever occurred
be f ore in the him. a of luxatlm, in
Nea Mexit-u ami ll amaaeniem ni
the , ..nimlnnhin.'in - .a iro(oiinil
Mr Kl) lohl the ax eommlanlun
that the New M. i Central itunnir
Hu tium flit- yeurn d lunl appro! I
mutely liaa.umi (lu ufjayatMn ami
thai ciintliiK .1. i .'latlun iluilna
thnne vearn the l..nn 'i.irt lieen pi..lm
bl) laoo.mui Me wnd .mi hml been
authnriaed by the h. i Ihnldem lu n
the road ror It&i If thai a iiii
MkM hi hail. Inn inn he wun firm
III bin l.cliet thai II Ihe ruail cuillll
he financed ami cm. nahmn built In
Alhuqaaniue mil 1 w.ii Hu mad
WoaM adil fi, a in the valua
tlnn uf Ihr Kni rn. ... valley alone.
The Haul. I I'V, I. ..ton a Kanlcrn
ami the Hnntii !'' Italnii A Ilea
Mulnea, rnal raiii ..la u, imrtbera
.N'ew MeXlcu. pri ni'il their .I.i Una
fur lutver uli Mr i- laal nlaht and
A It Mcllafli . miner.. in- a-kcit
for a lower vain" ai uf ihr imuina
ruiiila of the Ham i iiurbara Th- and
Tloihel vorapani m.l n luteil ci p..
rain.un ul iln,. n - ua'n henrlmi
COMMISSION WITH
ROOSEVELT ADMITS
HELD OFFICE IN
VIOLATION OF
Witness Agrees He Had Not
Been Continuously Resident
of New York Sate 5 Years
When Elected Governor.
MODESTLY ADMITS HIS
MANY ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Knew Justice Always Was
Done In Investigations He
Conducted, Because He Con
ducted Them.
Hyraetine. N. V.. April Mil
liurioa the flrat part uf hla '
Mas exuiiilniillun uf Theudura
RaaMavaM today, William Ivlna,
hlei i iiiinael fur William llurnea.
On.uihi fraw ihe furmer preal
deiil Hu atalemeiii thai he knew
the m. Until 111 Inn uf Ihe ntllte uf
New y..rk pruitden I hat nu man
la elixilih- lu the ..in... ul govern
or unleaa he bun been u realdeul
uf Ihe atute fur five yeura prlur
lu the dali ur bin elect tun, and
thai be ha. I num. ..ii ..lll.hu it
Ihe year preyimia tu hla own
aMraMa thai he wua and (ur
.Hume Unit had lieen a realdent uf
V uanliiatiiii.
Ctilunel Ituuaeyrlt'a cnunael
i h' in. ..lijtct wbutevur tu
Hu hue ,,1 illrnllullina Which re
nulled iii thene ntaleiaeula
Mi . 1 1 inn, alilinii ur ntmidinK
din . Hi in li. .nl at the wlliiena
chair, ifuentlonad the auleaal In u
yuice Ihat waa m an ely uudlnle
In Ihr rear 01 the cunilruuin.
Varal Mkaaa MM wllnrnn ntarted
to make expliiiia..y nliitetneote
hut lit- wan iiil. ri upled by Ike
. ni exaiuim r ami iiimrm.il
i hit unkwert, not rxiilamillwiia,
were diMlred. The culnnel re
plied with men dellhrrulrnean,
kliaMlia IMa wurdn . i.refully,
Hyracune, April .'.' Three huudlra
uf paper- MMenmMMaaj mile, und twu
null canen ul recurda und pnniphleta
wet.- taken in,., ihe niipr.ine cuurl
her. i. .day by ruuuael for William
lliiinin.. The d iiunin were to be
lined by W'nii, nn Ivlna. i hit I . ..iinul.
in hin crunn aSaMlaatiuii uf Tlieodure
Raoaavall tlaraex lumnrtf wan aaul
I" Id nil m.i..;, lueatlulla fur
kit .pp. in I,, almwer.
Then w.yn deluy in upenina cuurl
i.. . .tun. ..I .i . ..nl. 'Iciice iM'twecii al-
toraayi ami Jii-ini Andrewa iu the
laitet - t hami.t m a cupy ut the ra
pori nf the Bayaa , iinin-, aHUofc
lnveaUaatad Alnany cuoniy alfalfa,
Manful an n related In piintinn. wun
ajmklad t.. m. -nycaag, I'hln hud to
il" with ...iilli.l I.. i iliilr pIlnUUK
iii i" hi. Albany Journali Bkinai
puper. ami
kaVkffaaaaajl
Matin
I .... I plH
Hun road
.iini laiMnnia. and the
,1 i t i la in nf thear cull-
Mum Hi.' rrpttrt were
Tilt III nl purl ha. I t" .1"
w lib KuluhllliK. .ll -.. i tit i'i litfiinen mid
III. pay un ul il lu. .my In t allium uf
amii it. i 4oing larMIM thnmn. The
rep. ill uf iln- I'omoilMaa wun iinuft in
lull.
(MM excerpt wan "The muni UN
aph main hrucflciai y ul nrall, pai.li.
txii ii iK' Hue ami laitiinu
,1 iln- inn
un ipal Meanury we f mil fium th
avid to ka ay lUMaa Rmmm hnu-
aelf, aa Hie owner ul Hu inujurll)
uf the nluck uf tin Journal cutupany. t
How tout h more man Ihr majurily of
Un alnck lu- owunl lie retimed t"
dincluae."
'The Murphy - Hot iii'm . ..unplrni y'
wun aim. menli.iuetl lu the arilvlea.
AMer Ihe nun lag were read l ololu'l
Ito.inevi li MtgaMMad the aluuil. In re
pl) lu aejaat.uiiB by Mr. Iluw tin lie
wild:
I received a letter fruni Mi
ii.. i nt tg BkaM Hu BkaM printing bMMg
iftel 1 hml recummrnded that ggaj ka
la "-In , I Mr. ii.ti a, m called upn
in. later ami nam ihul nili-h u prinl
Ing bonne wuiild la in line with "
ilbllntlc iiropaganda which would In
lertere with enlarprbM In prlvule
huaitiena."
i.ilunel llooHcieU i hen explained
huw h. gava out in, ortciuJitig Mall
CONSTITUTION
"I tlt iated the utrmatii and va lAim nele.. ".I.. April Il.-Prad-ii
it, Mi McOrtakh, my aanratary. amii'rick m Ikipaa4, i baa Angeiea at-
toid hint In give II in m wapuprr i turney. WUn found nillty by jury In
turn -p. an it iu at iiyater Itay . I or -
nut, I in. I itemelll In It,, pulill-lli i
in full Hironxhuul New York atate.
I I. eh. m.i ii would racU'lvr .. in"
in . 1 1 . hi Ii Hn. Hi.ti.y
'I waaied in reach ihu vuten. I
kiu-w "f 1 1 In i in. aim -except Ilu
new apa pent
in m ixumiaafkaa thi n begun
Ml luii,
-tin
l.y alk-llii; Ciiloltel
Itooaevcli ah. ni hm early III c
"linl "hi imi id) the n'unnlltu-
Moll
I diil wlnle I wan ni inlying luw m
Ciilumhln itnlverilly. Lafar, how
M et . I lit , .tu ggt lit.r."
Hale you aHnyu ln an nu-
ihur"
"I have baan a anlurallat, nn au
thor ami ii public uffl' lal Hnm'
Hmen I have fulluwed nil three pur
nultn nlmiillniu-ifiiely."
The cruwd In Ihe cuurl rotim
Inuihetl
"What dim rut were y.m rletteil In
I hi annemhly from?"
"The twtnly-flmt '
"Mr. Ilenne, ., wnn Ihe lend
er, wuan't he?"
"Vea, we Itrtil Heaae." replied the
... I. .lie I with a amlle,
Mr. Ivlna wnn nillltiR In a rhalr di
rectly in frunt uf Ihe wltnean ntand.
"When you rend Ihe ii.nnl ll ul i,,n
nt the male dhl yaa aee anything
ahnut ellglhllily fur Ihe ..v . riuil
ehlp""
"I tlon'i rememlier. I lueaa I did "
"What ruiiiinttlera were ymi on In
the neeemlily .'"
I waa nn a t tun. unlet- whh h In
1114 In. minuted certain urfleea in
New Ynrk ."
"Tluil wan durina your neennd year
in Ihe ii-alnlmure. waau'i II "'
"t'h. in.. I think
Mr. Ii .um interrupted the annwer.
He an hi
"l wnnl annwera, Sir. Itnnney elt.
nnt aiiggeallnna."
I ld ymi inveallgate Ihe depnrt
nient uf pakllc wurka?"
"Vea, hut Ibe uiyrnlignlhin waa re
nenled and wr nlupiied."
"Ae . hut in M. uf that Inventigii
Hon did yuu lie. nine fnmillur with
Hie met hnda uf cnnduclina leaiala
Itve Inveatlgatinna."
"I bei'ame familiar with Ihe man
ner In which I ".inducted them."
"In yuu know ll han been Ihe cita
tum nf lea Inbuilt- cummllteen to con
duel ex parte Invrntlaallona?"
"Home have done an My runimll
leea ulwaya irled tu du yuailce to
hulh -.tit -
"lld yuu lnveatlg!te ihe . fflce ol
Ihe ihertff nf New York?"
' Yea, and 1 employed aa our at
torney a man incapable uf lining In
Juatice tu uny man."
"Old the aherlff ever give any evi
dence In hla uwn i.. hair durina yuur
inyentlgatlunn.'
"I can't Junt rememlier. It haa
been muny yearn ugu. I ,n remem
lier wlln.nnen appeared un behalf of
vermin prrm.n, charged wlih elmrt
aaea." "DM .yuu (oMDM the ml. - uf law
during yuur uim mIik.,1.. m : '
"I Innk the lull ice t.r culinnel, Mr.
I't i. in. I know Ihat eubaluntlnl
Junticc wan dune."
"Iluw do yuu know Uhnlinllnl
Junllrr wan dune?"
He. hum.- did It. Whenov-nr I do
atiyiblng. I try In aee lu It that jua
liee in dune."
The wltnena then dearrthed hla
. am pit um, f,,r may t.r nf New Ynrk on
a Itepuhllcan-Clllxena' ticket III
MM,
"llw dhl yuu receive Ihe fTltltienn'
nowilnatlaa T"
''ultinel It u. ..hi. vi It explained.
"Inn I il u fu.i Ihul the iiuly ni.ml-
aallan yuu taaafrad wan the itepuh-
MMf
"I don'i think no."
"ll yuur ineiin.rv loinl?"
"II in pre! 1 1 n'.ud ."
"II bun tieen guutl uiitiiit cerinln
ih. nu- inn baie i. .Id here, haan'l Iff
"Yea."
"Iluw Man y.nir cumiuilgn carried
on V"
"I'rltif Ipiillv hy apeechea. Hnme
I Intel at Kt'i'iililu an merllngn nml
Mount line,, in I'ltixena' meellnga. I
wun a Itepiihlican."
"Who were the Itr-iuhlhnn leaden
iu New Ynrk al 'hat lime'.'"
"I wan mint In cnnlaci with Kllhu
Uo.it
Colnaal It. oncvell nn lil he tried to
;inik. Hperehi-n In evety dlntrlcl.
Thai wan one of Hie cumpaiKiiH in
w hich you were unniu t ennfnl " "
"I waa '" .i. m
"Then yak Inok lu yuur MMkf.
HnHH-n--M..H -HHnHsn-wtHr !
(i oiillnmil ,,,, Page Two.)
BtlHTH STAB WITNESS IN IB
OPIUM SMUGGLING CAS
ENDS IN
L
Albuquerque Lawyer Testifies In Los Angeles Court That
He Made Trip With Pacific Coast Attorney M Move
Eighty Cans of Contraband Drug to a More Safe Hid
ing Place in Lower California: Rancher Brings Dope
Across Border and Tiouble Follows.
1 lr)
United -I..'., dlnirl-i court taat
ulghl uf coneplra.-y i.i ainuggle opium.
V'.irillng lu ihe te.uinoni, rthepard
unci a map given him tu iMtaMl M
i cuned nl nmuaallng, allowing the p.
lit lull nf I
Hie lower I
. ft In' the
'follKhl in
at he ul afMwM Junt acruaa
.lif. unlit hnuudury, tu re-
Irug and later in huve It
I on Angelea to eall.
A C Hr.iwn, a rancher, cu-tlefniil-ii
tit ill Ihe i.ine. waa alao cunvlcted.
Ina i, M Ha i tli. a mule leaalur fruin
New Mellon, lenlllled in making Ihe
irlp Int.. M Willi Hhepard lo
nmve ihe npliiiii. He mii Ml Mrn llcl. u
fanner. mo. called "Ueen uf the
VILLA FORCES IN
ALL PARTS OF
MEXICO ON
THE RUN
Official Carranza Statement
Today Adds 5,000 Deser
tions to the 6,000 Admitted
Lost at Celaya.
0BREG0N PRESSING ON
WITH ARMY OF 40.000
On Both East and West Coasts
Villa Armies Reported to be
Evacuating Important
Towns to Carranza Forces.
Aria., il IS. Nn.
staitira, oiHndu here haa
ati manic Ilu new Villa ilital
of -.mora. Ineinail of llenaudllo,
aiirwtUagj to aa MMM
to-day.
Kl l-aao. Tel.. April It An offi
cial Carrania atalement regarding
the aggreaalve rampalgfd aaxriapt tha
, Villa f..n -n aa glvia uot today an
faUawa:
"tleneral ibregun repirled today
'u the flrni chief that he had been
i joined hy Heneral Dlegiiei and their
cnmblnrd fnrcen uf III. null men are
twelve mllen nnrth of Irapuatn anil
itintlnulng In Ihut dlroctlon. Tha
Hieguei furcen have taken fluadala-
Jara
orrtclal adrleea place tke Villa
loaaea at Celaya at I.Otie klllnd and
w.iinde.1 In addition to l.aia deaer
tioun. i.onatlliitninallata have reoe
. upled the ' i.- n Jallaeo aad Ml
ckoaoan Han l.uia Potual haa beea
at ... ... ii. .1 i, Villa furcr "
I l-.U I iiltl It. M tlx I HK
TCI llf-T HIT ' TAMPIIMI
Wiiahlngtnn. April uf s.aoa
Inri-ixnein iii Tainpl n, nf whom half
an Americana. ,,nlv til have taken
udvantnge of the United Htatea gov
ernment' offer uf nn opportunity to
leave un the army Irannpurt Miimner.
Theer lire 2lf. American, ten tirltla'i
ami live tlfimun ruhjet-li un Ihe ahlp,
which bun aalled.
Hkirminhing between Carrania and
il.ii o. ,h near I. ..in. cut.' nuea.
Villa -h.i wan nl Annua Calieniaa re
neagnixina hi- ferong and Heneral
tihremn wan rrpurteil pint Irapuatu,
h . II Hn fad that Villa had da
atruyed tin railroad an ha retreated
nnrth.
tMapalehil from Vera t'roi M the
' ii mxa agency here aald that flen
.i.l iihrtgun hu reached a polol
twelve mllen mirth nf Impuntu, nut
nil waa puraulng Villa with an army
uf lO.niui. in. In. ling Heneral Mer
gul'i t'oinmaml Heneral Uleguex.
the dlapatch nald. had taken tluud
alujara and would act aa Ubrrgnn'n
rear guard Villa htaaea al Cetaya
.Met tniimaletl al I.iioii killed and
i.aai mlaalug
CAMIARHA I tilll'HH TAKK
I II Mil. I IN y . vtt N
n llonrd I', al. M. i '.dorudo. I. i
Paa, Mexicu. April 21 thv radio tu
VN'-eiw -h ' . -vnmn w w..
t I ..ii I.i. in . I n Pace Two.)
ntniiKKlera ' whom Hhepard waa de
fendlag lulhorlaad them in aell Hie
drug in Mexioall to ralM ball motu t
In releaae her from tha I.e. Anaelen
. nun I. ul Hruwn aald he hmtiKlit
Ihe eighty can, aald lu be valued at
M.aaa. armna tha Haa aa Bhepard a
prumlae uf any nmoont over tilt a
..in that cnatraband might bring In
thin niuntrv. tluvrrnnieni aaenla aay
itlampla to aall'the ltn In Han kan.
i- .. anil Denver broulkt about tha
arrant ur the defrndanta.
shepard denied having aaylhlag lu
.1.. wnd bringing tha opium into thin
country, aaylng he Intended tu have
It lake.. I.. Mexican. The Jury rec
iiuum aded him tu Ihe merry of the
unit St litem e will be prunouaced
next Monday
iVER'S CONVICTION
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