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For editorial roomd call 167. tc the inter icholastic j m 4th wilt be his ,oric date in Albu querque; Play Ball. track meet at the Uni- versity tomorrow. MEMBER ASSOCIATED ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., FRIDAY, APRIL 23. 1915 TW. KVHWINO IIRMM4 vol.. fl. TO SI. TltllU NF-TITiy.F. Vol. M, No. M. Remember the numbers and we'll all save time go GERMANS MAKE DESPERATE EFFORT TO RETAKE HILL 60 AND YPRES ENGLISH VICTORY LIKELY TO BE MOST COSTLY OF WAR German Rushes to Gain Lost Position Rival Those of Early Days of War When Men Counted for Nothing. CZAR NICHOLAS GOES TO EASTERN FRONT Signs from Rome Today Indi cate That Italy Will Not Enter Struggle for Some Time to Come. i . fi-i-iit April ii ii 17 i in Tin lirllKh lone lyp shown on disposition under tin repeat ed lushes ol the ilermans in re, lai ihrir giip on hill N. (u, near Yprt'S. .Hill III)' tlKhtlllx It, till! totality lui;y HIHIHN MfcllS of In- i leasing Intt'iiHit . urn malum till attempts 'll III' I.ellHtlhs to Mttb through tin- Hrllish linen 1,1 mil TIN i-ny or pres. whom- MS mi h tru inn - ... , t. h m. i. i i.i Herman projectiles last Odtobar, gain is target uf homy shells. There baa rt n lull In Iho ilcrmiin -iuulir ultuck. nc i , i ,iiM., ! ill Itiitixh nil. lal ti ll, ri .a n nut l Ilia in lag No !: ail oxpltiiulinti ih lurihcuinlug of Ihe stopiuu.. nl traffic i., n, . n KtiHlunil ii"' 1 1. .Hit nil. i.l KM Ns i i MM IMfOttl IN i ii ls Mint Ml I I'lll s -1 1 tit. Arll II 1 1 i.i l.iinilnii. I I p. iii. i Thir was given MM in ni in IimIK) mi "In ml report on the ,"mi i( hunt 1 1 H lei, reaolnt tin wtatera imn r ihi nghi- ll'K it U I 1 II K til' etching ' ' I "I i" w iilviini'i'il in. m nr limit 'it Hi i baMaali . -..'i nl laiugcmurck. UMUllMll 111. puHlllos uf I hi ' llelll) eorth mill ii .i i ti. ,i - mt Vines, with ii rush our troops moved forward along ii Mm' extending in fur iu I hi hills ninth nf fllk n unit caal l button, At ihi' .ii . tiini' tlii-y forced ilu lr way. ulli-r a stubborn ilKln, urnmH th' Yprea i. imil M mi imirunii' ami Hoi Hue. wh.ro they cslaldlshcd tin niacin s on Iho v. call-in Ixink nl ihi- ML TIik ullages ol Isiugeruarck, Meenatraate, Km su mill fllkoii MN tnki'ii. At Iran I, Sim Kri-iich mid llntlsh soldiers i'' luki-n prisoners, ami thirty raaiioii, including loin homy III mull IUM, foil Inln on r hmiilM. Hitmen the Mouse unit the Mo wiN' the lighting yeeterdaj again be came mure llieiy. The artillery bul lies were eapooiiilli lii'rti! at COM' bre Hi Mllm l .ii Apt . ii,, in ,,s will ill a point tn th' in, rtli, -him nt I'liio Infantry xtiacka eg the pari ii tin enemy followed only In i ho wooded country bcitareen KHli "ii ApraHtonl. Tho Krotp-h Miniriiiiil tka h i on into safMM aaellum al nun Ii ii'iniiMt trviu hoii, liut lin y nn luiitly Ui I von out iikuIii The tltclit -nm nt bMm aaaftafi hum oaajtMaaa, Thr v niua-o or BaMiaiimu to tka wont uf Ahi Ii iniri. whi h hail In i n lllkon ly un and whirl) ,.i- rt on llr' fry the Krom h with lh lr nhilln. baa horn ayapaata hy attf iMMnhM Tho hllli. I, tin- north ami ,uth uf Kntbromoull worr niiilnoil. 'Tho iH Mall on in tin- ram MkMV tin i li.ingo ' I.I IIM IN lllll Ml I l- ll I M 111 l MlHI II MICA Uerlln, 'April ii tiiu London, I . p in i i n, Uernsag attmlrnH i"iu gave ofit a Hlulimenl. leiiillim as l"1' loll ' "I'ho-tloi ii Iiiii Ii arii fleet haa re. rantly rtlbwd in the Ninth son, ad vaiiiiiig into KnKliMh wnlors irlihoiil nu I'lins Iho m a lori es ol tiroiii Hrll- ain." I.I. IIM N I INH I M s I . i i in Mm l VIIM. lilllll'.s I...-I.. a..,i nm ...i . .. .... ?"JL' V . ". " . n, i Tlie l.'iemli war in. this afieim.on igguad ii gtatamnM which Buys: Yesterday i " iilint Iltere wen fairly lively engaia on in a in HbrlSjum. in lha bend oi th- Year north of im. niufh) Hi Ik, iu ii . p lopulsod mi at link aaalibM Ibe chalouu uf Vlooqua ami Innlcted Itcai) Iinmoi .n lb i emy. "Nnrth or Vanes, ihe ilcunans, by employ lug large qUJUItlllsa f asphyx ' 1 1 n K .omiis the sffwet nl whn i, ami Ii II for a dlslmi uhln.l our Much ot iwo i.ii, mo t, i . . I ... I m I,, retire la Hu direction r Ysor rjnal a RiiMtlnn mounted force clashed "Toward Iho West ami lw 4iroUon I Wtfb (MlMaa patrol and the iler of Yprca Iwiirda the i.alth Iho on- j mans were driven buck, run a alia, k itus checked ViKruiis In tlu roitlon of aaowolx. it s -nt- , , , ...iiiltt ..links i nil. I. il us In n-aulti Today s W 1 i of o... ii half mil. of tii-nitaii tmnlim near Mt. "Ill I Hi . .Oil . Ill , Ml. .Oil lf (III. I. ilium WOltKV. Mhllll Hi. I i. ii. ii linn Imm u altmiptlna for novooal noon in f i in t . Imrk, la mill nl txla III ll- .ll. lal mill . ii i "in I'm i- Mi4r- Itiil flu tiHM Iii ItHitUnn ahu In i. i ..ii.ii ii 1. 1 iio .oil oi-.ion la ut". I. tinu thr l,orninio iiiiiim4IiiI III- alii. Ill i. mi, I -II mwr aA Two mfii won kllkil hy ill lilrwlns ! uf o 111 ltti trail lor In tlx' Mortli -rii liy a (ionnan BSBlMMMt n attack ty lln Co -1,1,, I'll I M4 11. - I IHI the Inn. i ....ii mur flic IIh-i o i.aii.-i i - -,iil In IVtriatnul In halo ii iilloil In lln- ihiiiurnllui tl. ii ut Tiirtil.li r.n - oiM'aniHl IH Hull ! I M . ,,-i.i. Mil. I. iluniaai il.uu u, iho Tiirklali Inn ni. k ami ii uiimlNr uf Turk lull I. UhIoii it llh -.i'.ll.- Ami miitiiuiillliifi nolo "link I Ii . . nil n ,r. ..'.I hy A !" nio H Hull. in lal. -loan i l. i. IIAljr'n porili lr m III Iho r HI piconi ii A, unllkoly. An irln , .ol. I ii. ciory 1 1 i In' aSSA In Atutil :.mio. Iim roaMtn- alil - 1 1 I - fur war, an. I ltimlll Ml l. III I - . IIHll III Ml. ...-IH. III . I " .ll'i.li- -i -1 1.1 1 1 ul I IM- llmi ihi'Hlo in lake up iirnw. Il. a. .null on iho I i.i ,1 nn Hr- NEWSPAPERS CROW MORE BITTER IN Leading Berlin Publications Assail Neutrality of United ! States and Hint at Mtii n ary Motives. Ain-l rdain. .loin .'.I, tVIa l.uadotl llSl t ail- -1 1 e jtanl in x .-t I'otaty Sal Hiute 1 1 1 ii n'e muter to Ihe mint i moinoiaiidiim He ll oy fount von Horn. ttoin. Ho- -.1111.11 nmliuaaudor at . GERMANY Waablnajtun, lbs ilStlb m wgaapott' ,,, n.-rn pari ir ih- re,. I . any bill. .,"..i..i ban tm.de tha Mlmwm L,, mm t,nMgarasl M MM aJAaab oninents: . lhl, ...im,,. ,,r H.,v .,,ur. aaawad. .... .. ,.. ...... , v'""''' '"ko. all p.slllo tr.ill.ilo 'i-u.. I, I. I. ... -.... , ..i ih a 1 1 1 imu n l lull i eH Ir. Mien la nf MM iiH'iniia. oatonsllily from a love ul neutrality. Mte does nut troubla ahoiil 1 1... l oi-nlld' food lenullellu 'lls ,l iii i man.. . thl ulao la tionc lrim a loie of BI M 1 1 it 1 1 1 . " Thr Vuaals he Zoiiuns suy.i in lha .imn . oajbaefMai "Waahiiiaioti should recoatnixo thai such an altitude on Ihe part of Aim riia mil not speedily be torgottcit In i J.-r ma iy .' The l.ukal AnxclKcr any: "Thr 'u i man Mbbllbl n thia . , ii .. et M . ii a. toiimled on thoroughly es i . ii lo . I pi im i. Ii i ami piiH Ii. e uf Internal loiiul law. The Ameriian Pinna Pol H can be explained only by the profits ..f Ihe armament firm." . - - MMd. ami iiiiike many prtHnttel'H." t.Klllsif, nt W I I It s , in .I IIM AN H I MMITII - Qrtmshy, Knglmid, April IS II Ut p. m. i Tho tlrlinsby trawler St. I.liwreuce w.im lot priloeil and sunk In the North aru yesterday ly u Her- miiii Mtinmurine. Two mcinliore ol Iho crow were Kill. .1 .J.en survivor wer l.rnught hero loilay by Iho llawli l ijllrrllalnw It, whoAS skipper rapoft ih. 'i ihe aft bttbl rise finni on In.- .. i .. h.i. . iiiam ,i in nn ulnK Shi h w nl ihe SI. lai rente, ItlssIlN II Mt fl HU Mil IIMION nil M I II IIKIMI HiM l'etriKiud. April -'J 1 1- In p. in. I The ICusai.in Itluck sou lorpeilo lioul siiuuilron lioinliurdoil the Turkish SoaM between Ar. haia and Artii- o. Iiiii on April I ' This fifteen -tulle strip of CObat, ill whli II waa oi tiled the utiariere of the Turkish army o cfatlnK in this r win nwepi with sliell ami Ihe barrftcks ami pr.nlslons Mil it il i al It II i I .nil il. ii i ... .1 A ' "'I Hi' IHIIIinrl l. ItirKIHII I .nn" i. ssela laden with miiiiii.t n und ipplles wua sunk. Tui. Mali land force were Pilllui tita; a sorlle under .over of their artillery ul the Mime ti, in Tiny were thrown llilo a panic In the unexpected lunii llisrilmot.l fr .m tin sail and their sup- portinit num. were Immi'illatcli silent nl i Mi April .'a all lbs Turkish ef- lotla to sintl an offenhiic in this re coii censed. i i ii.v minor sxtgaswsbH an re- finrled mi the lTussian fmnt. Near V' lnei the ariipi.it i tin northern ot- ' troiiilt' f the Kiisl I'rnaalan pruiln.e, I lerluu rifle I o ciirrlntf. ol ii i ill 1 1 nn. Is dally ar Summary ii -. la. ii .... .. .1 altlHMah II t nH ..in. i.i uhotlu-r IIM alltiil li.i. .- nro k-iiIi to '"".'.Iu Hi Ol IMtoil mMirral Altai'k. 1'iinr Hrlt Mi naoAlHiM onlrntl Hu -nan -i. nl,., aiiiI laiinbariloil the TurkMi tint's lil. Ii m ir null : i.-il alia i ui imllroct Hro atTnoa Iho lanliiMita Irian tin finlf of Maria. ii. i. uii uf thla Haiti -iiik haa ri.it lain iliai-liMnnl. luua 'iiiilinnir hotnrro i'h Italian liirotmi inliiMor ami tin. Aiuirtan nilnlatrr at lltanc la A'- .1M.it Aa a alffti ilutl iMiPHtatttmn mi' aill uinlor wa lat.'ii ll" trial ami Italy. It taa n-t-.n. .1 ;i-?sorilAy lliat Italy Imn ami an 1 . . . .1 mi ui Auatrta. u ..Hu i.i roMirt 1 1.. iu llrltlali 1 i.i-.i 1 1. - In Ho in nl aaa tltnl Iho i.. nn. in- wore m-ralxtiiu In llHlr . ii. .i- 1.1 win lai'l lllll u. AO. iIh a4tlHi near I irca wlH. li iio i.i in t, i-aiMtinil mcontly. Il In aahl tin- linn-li -- :.!. Iu -li iln- ontlro i -rent uf tin' hill anil ih. 11 the 1.. niiim- aamtulta for tin- inn., la-tna I rail oia.l A .' M.atia.l ll.i. Ii aM)n lla- alAII Al lai.u - mill, I . I -I1I1 r llltlo ilaillAAl hy alia' ka im tilr man j.u-nii.n- at, 'il Hriuta. l; I, licrc ,M.. ,1 III! f to. L ami Miami. Hiiaalaii I'lilaiMl, ail otaI i.. in, ai. 1. in - In lln- ll-lu l 1 M11 la-liui -I ru k uml t. tniMla- wio ilBniaol. COURT ROLDS THAT LISA NECESSITY Pait of Record Needed by j C jmplaint in Traveling i Auditor Case Is Ruling; Wh-ie Is the Journal? Mania I'. . N I In oxlKlen i M.. April 23. If there a jniirnui o the eti- air al III' l-i aealon nl the alali ioiim he ,'utiHlilered aa I loglslatitii It - - - - ,rh(. , ,a( r court au ruled today ufter ,h h..rm. on Iho lolonollmn none Inst iitoiiMht I" lest the truvellnit aud Itor law und all other law paused alter noon f Mar. h 12. lust. Attor- n. . i lot th tanpayoi ui i inn. the JOURNA law ar. itiie. i until tiimorro tolstute lominlii iitognlxod by In I am lot their complaint There Is j some mi Mel v ns to Ihe present nhore.' atioiii- of Ihe somite journal. The i otonlai lanls pointed out lo- ! dn.. ihi.i eien if iho Journal of the . ,kn ho found: ami thus fa. iih I,, atioit has not boon itelermlnod, H baajM haio no purl in the inn el Inn auditor case, since Ihe legislature ceased to exist on Friday, March 12 at noon, und Him therefore the roc ord mMm after that time Is not nf legal exisionce. They point ti Ihe written opinion nf the uttornc) gen eral xliin iltn in k the . fi.Hlim duys of the i.. -I . i n. io ih. Miaul that tho session expired bv limitation on rrl duy. March l-'th ut MM BRITISH INSURANCE COMPANIES HARD HIT BY WAR CLAIMS 0 Unt ni Mo ii I llrlilsh life la nip. inn m h e war claim of almost iio.uoo.ooe la r I .l.i. -..i.tleta and oW- Ban hilled during las tiri Mffaa no. ntli- .a the war. One com- a pant lion I it hail to moot right 0 th mi ml line l.la-K.m Souiiieil' strike I i. l- tllasgow, April JJ The Mrlfea "' seamen ul this port was oniled tdit.v. The demands of thr .Mm sltlkers for un Imroanc in Ihe'i wage of tU a at oat b was MaMed. 1 EXPORTS TO REACH i t $2,750,000,000 Maahlagtoa, April IS. SJacya i.i i RedHi Id NsM before PraM- daai i ii-.,n a. no .t tin. i no-el a 0 inx baaa) hi tatlwalss itxM 0 A merle ii export for tho mi - ' III .1 ail '" a, Ii II.- a a I " "ii" Thi Koeretari i..ok a a th.- cablaei msstliia table show- a a Inx thai ilorta of broailstuffs a a from the l'n led Slates last a tn. .mil ii niiMiiit.il io ir.'.i.otin.uitn a Worth compared with iH.imn, a mill In Man Ii. 114, HrendMiilTa a lad from i ho rolled Hlntoi 0 - ii, i 1 1 i l.i . a ..f the war a , a havi la a a lotalle I in k, imn. noil. ROOSEVELT SWEARS RETRIED TO MAKE OF BARNES Says New Yorker Was Sort of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. "Like Other Poiicians," With Good and Bad Sides. TRIED TO MAKE GOOD PART ABSORB THE BAD For First Known Time in His Career the Colonel Admits on Witness Stand That He Made a Complete Fiule. -urn ii'. Y., April S. Tho trial of WIHIani llarm-a libel anil iKalli-4 The.nlorr Itiaea'lHl Waa riavNMtl HMO i.atn, until Mon day after iMo inkuirl luvl Inih ,u.-.Moiail i.m4 in regard m omrthntkina during Ilia .i-i liinial caaipanin. syraiiian, N. V., April St. 1 1 oil uk 111.- a' I i I.i) Of hi row examination in tin aopr.ni.' iiairt lioro uaMiy, Ttnaalore ItiMoa-iult aMiil I Ian Ih lla.1 ro- .".i. i Uilllani I hii in - aa a -"H of Itr. i. Kill and llr. Ilyile. whu like iHla-r laMlIk lam. I MM I hla Kawl MSMi MM hla i .a. i aMba," The "ili.lii'l aol lie lllll wx, aa auic- paattxl t uiiiiihii IiIim, ih- i ra- ciunuiM-r. try to moioi tlu llunim ul- Imnien "tlMe Hlam i - I ulna'' ol laiHlka. ijiui.- on he ..mtrary, lie diaiaml I en t.'ii i ore. I hate Ihe "lr. Jek yll ' Hi il,. hi aliaorh "Mr. Ili'l ' II waa Ho e.ilom-1'a fourth ilay IIHH Ihe Wlllioaa -lain I mill he -.I'OMll I.i Im- An troall Ax In WAa hi lln- llr-t da. More lotion. lemlliux lo ll n Hi Irlemll) ro-laMoli- iM-lw.-eil llllnaelf Add Itarma lien iinioitic.il. The colonel oiioiio.l ilia, lie i.ol , ompllcil ullll main of llH aiiam-atloos mailo in lilm by liuroc- In i. jnrd In Ihe lilllou of III. -. In the Male aoiornnaiil ikirtnK !' Iho m . lo km- Mk y recuse, N. Y . April - .1 W hen ait w.H opened i ololtcl Hoosoiell roanmed hla soul In the witness . hair I hunted uilrly . Mr. Ito.isevell," l.egun Mr. Ivlns, "attention was culled to the annual in. aail. In Willi II oll in. llHi I im eenaldlHliineni of u printing house Ml-'.... a I., of. .... lirluily in reiiurd lo that'.'" i init ially, no." In I Mm and Itliin wua the poid M i .liuiiuian ut the i(..puoin,uii I "1 think mil. ' "Who wa- the I icimaTutlc purtyl loader then' COO CITIZEN "I Palate u win I Wild II HIM. "IMr. udell otiforred over A auecessoi Ni w Y..ik it wua Hi. hard froker. with the Inner growing in powoi uiHi Mitiy. II. i. ia your nulubluKiaphy; here you sunl Hi.' duiinx the .impuign the issue wiih lielweeii yourself and 'inker. Is thai right '' Ye." I Mil Mr. Hill gu lo Ihe I'ihiciI latet taaate?" He did." Ho you remember when he re - Mi.ii I th. nl. It wua In 1XI." Iio ion kit.. ho not out of pol - Itlcs in this Mate ufter ho retired! It in the senate?" 'No. My iiiidorslaiiding is directly tin ,-oiitiari "In chiipt r eight did you reforj In Mr H, no No Hi i, i- mil then of the same Importance aa Mr. I'lutt and Mr j udell Howi sr, when I publlshrdl by autobiography in lU I thought I Ihe S4irue I wriilo f Mi Hurtles as I did w hon In .rtlcle loiuplaliied '! here." Why did i"u do that ' ' "I did not nam lo make any ma- In ion, attack an Mr. Haines I re fused lo nltii k any man In my au- loiiluginphy i bat I could help. In my statement I wanted to appeal f Iho inters 'f NeW York aliile.' 'Since this a. lion was begun have Sou referred t. your nutublogruphy '' ' I think I have. ' Ho you know your language on the i.m d and in your autoblograplit has ut limes een Identical" don't know, i ,11,111 think ihutlwere acting us u pullt is Ihe fuse. Ii might be." In i..iir ' hi in. nt ..n refer i" I ii lalble goi.iument Nosr this i" il. in your a ' "I'lography." Mr. Iiltia i' l un em orpt Hint hal to do with n islhle government ami pn. In Hi im . M iu n ntt 'IhiitloiiH I". i f i. Holiit .ni -tan ih' in a I, i.-. olli,- ioil.lt. utlon "I aiupiilgu IhulioiiH ' He mi mil i have. I nged uch a measure in "Had you culled the in Ihe dan. mul th nt p. nun el pel" "I Aid " "Did yon "Kress." Hl ih.it time eve - 'ti nf the voters to Invlslole guiorriniohl ly nf piililishing cam " tain ii en I ion nam. (to mad nn l'ae 1'iHir.j FATHER - IN - LAW 60T SON-IN-IM i inn nmnviun nvuiuiTr jud unnninib Xleist Tells Jury Wife's Admiring Parent Not Only Gave Him a Position in Mine in Firing Shots With a Fuse Dodge Eternity; Thinks Affections. New Tnrk. April IS. Little and lrl . tr mi Me of marrloil Ufa a Max Klolnt. chauffeur, found it. war re-! tateil today lo a jury In the federal I dUtrlrt court by Klelct In hla aull I a it a in- in- father-In -law. Kdward N. hreituna. capllallal of Mar-iuetie, Mich. Klrlt demanda 550. 0o for Ihe iillecod alienation of hla wlfa'a af- l mi I Hla. : a M am Juliet Ire - jum. kieiat told today ..f hnvma Iwon lven a place by hi father-in-law, who illaappruved of the marrlaae, In the latter' mine In New Mexico. HI duties, he teatlfled, required him m carry dynamite. He had to at off with a very ahort fnaelt waa only four feel on. he raid--and con e.Uently had to run faai after lljrht- Iiih II. Mi' barely had time to e. aiie, ho raid. Two teleram went Into the record. howlnc that hi wife, who remained In New York hen he went tn New Mex. co, had Riimmoned him back on April I 11 1. He waa told In una mann tn an to a deaHtnated hotel tn im ir j-u-u-.n.ruj-w-ij-a-u-ii-i-r-i- - - Iieign exiienaes and publlclly before 1T" TH have to refresh my memory on that from my mesaagea. ' When did Charles K. Murphy be- (coino the nominal lender of Ihe llem- ... inn, puny in New York'.'" 'He was not thr nominal leader. II, laraine tho uctual loader arter I Mr. i roker went to Kurope. first In New Yoik und ihen throughout the latale. He iiccunio dominant. Don I you know there waa a tri umvirate in control of Tammany hall?" 1 don't know aluiut that. I know there wua a tight in whli h scleral ,m,ii. i- till tlu Ml Ungey t William J.i Conner ol Buffalo were 'm i i ned. I dun t know which aiuo he was on. I lost heard of it. Well, now, while you were ov- rtiui iltere muh an Inilailile goiiin menl, you say. Why didn't you l nabs an attack then, slnillar M he one you made on Mr. llarnee'."' If they hud ldoked rinaliitl,n I vviinted I would have." Mr. Iiln Ihen asked Ihe court fa luatriu I tho wIiih'sa Ihul he answer ali'ienrlcally und not go hryond iinu miiko stulemonts. If the rnl.N ,.f law me uliserved and this ulineas is treated as any other witness " began Mr. Ivlns. Justice Andrews rupped with his gavel ami mild: 'Mr ..a- Ibis wit noes Is treated to ,me ol lo i ,i it noaso. I won 1 permit any sin-r lauxmige her. " apologise,'' aaM Mr. Iilns and . ..in iiiii l his cross examtiiiiiii.ii. ,i, j,,, i ,.ver give any publn Hi i.. the luct that you, Mr. flutt mm I ,,. ..,uln I'uynV I " Hd not. Tho newspapors did i tint you inntrr with sir. i-iun with I a hunt appointing Mr. Hoiidriiks us 1 1 uumiisaiunor of public works.' I "Nut particularly. Senator I'lutt I himself offered Mr. Hendricks the I place He If lull) showed a lole- gi,,i uf acceptance front Mr. Ilen- Idrlcka." As I he a i. n 'P. tnld this be 1 latmhed ami Ihe speclatois Joined in. in, i you invito Mr Hnrnee m iho I White lln use In Washington t" 1 Yes." "You did that In spite of his mis- Itrusl to Ibe people and the invisible I empire T" "Yes." jr ivlns read u oentrticr from Ibe I uiltobiuxranhy ulmut Mr. I'lutt's most I efficient lleclonanis being men o the highest atamllng In Ih eommunin i ...i you Include Mr. Harnes In these lieutenants In 111?" "Nu." Hoi you Include hint in that cluis In UU'.i or 1SSST" No." "If you did not so retard him. why did you consult mid associate with hlinT" "Because I thought ho was above Ihe average ol the run of polltlilunp- I believed he might become u miMM useful cltlaen." 'Did ou discuss his moral sisn .lanls with him"" I did I expressed my hopes I" him " So while you were In Albany y I i dee l make Imn "I tried l get ov tixhtly Most p.lll. lans had two na .is. howetor I regarded Mr I liarni'r us u Ur. Jekyll and a Mr Utile Ho had two sides, a gimd and a . ul one, aa other pold iclunr. had Mi. Iiina rend a Icit. r n l 11. . .... Million It by lolonel It p lo Mr Harnes lellih him uf polntltis Imn I" "'il. . ' Did appoint Mr. Hide I', n or In Jekyll HarneaT" "I wauled lo got the Dr. Jekill of hi" The treaanry department said ''"I done his work well at"' lie-, i i ' inpolntmeni So i, .n ' I to cut the llgaiticiiisi W ed in the new between theee Siamese twin' a m x n ..nth 1 lekvll ami Hyde '" la effective i in got on-j a a a a a a a BREITUNG MU SltlST New Mexico but Put Him to So Short He Had to Fly to $260,000 Fair Price for Wife s uinnniiiL Dead and Prouertv Loss of know he had followed inM ruction. The wltnen raid he replied that haj would do no. It waa at thl htl. KlrUt aald. n rroe eaainlnatlon, that Juhet told hlni. "ir all off." The next day he Halted her In New Turk at bar re iiiei. "Dho told me then lo lie pre pared tn receive annulment paper.' Kieiat testified. "I told her lo go ahead, that I would not stand In the f her happlm Anwerlna another quemlon. KleUtl.. raid lullet haS tauMit him to amoks I cigarette, tellln. him "Ton might a well nmoke them, haoauce you l aarbiatorm. accoraing to tne iniormatiua Mimctlme from me. tin re-dlrect exultation. Klein' i'ounel endeavored ti introduce a loiter from Juliet tn Kieiat to ehow t hat she had nrianged th msrrlaae. Judge Hough ruled It out, saylnf, hs knew of nn law which prevented woman ssklng a man to marry her. aae'aeeelleeee'W VILLA MONEY DOWN TO FIVE AND A HALF CENTS ON PESO Sftd Mate 01 VUOC JJOminani Leader Reflected in Money i Market When His Coin Outsinks Carranza's. II lnan. Tox Anl S3. Tfn' atrugglo i .'iwia n tho I srrsnxa anil Ilia faeUnna was reiki letl i. ..I- ihi iiu ui Mrxkan uioni'i em'hnngo. I lie Villa flat mMr foil in .V-j i-otiu isn iho . ... it., i mark that any pa p i haa ren. luil tdiux tlie lie gituilng 'f Ihe mi-llii.lHiiallal ret'dniloii urriiiiii m uey waa ..ool.al at II illlla. WaHhii.xion. Anrli IS Caalmlro rsrasmlox. a Rounlsh sutilect. was shut ami killed by faptuln Low, a I fariinxa officer. In Puebla, Mexico. I iiccordlna to mull dlspaii lies received I imlay ul the Spanish embassy. Itlliusy all night taking nnusnierwl per was ruiie.1 that Fernando waalaons to higher ground, while the rain dressed from his home and shut wllhuiii trial. He was charged with lieliis I iii pi I nted In conspiracy iiKulnst the government, faplaln l.oxa was loiidrmiiod by Ihe loonl government lo Iweln years Impi bads' nusal. ATLANTIC FLEET TO PASS CANAL JULY Secretary Daniels Says With out Qualification That War Ships Will Go Through on Way to San Francisco. Waahingeon. April S. sJecretary I lain. Is reiterated today wlthnut uual Iflrattoa that the Atlantic fleet will puss thiouih the Panama ennnl to the Pucliic in July. Home doubt had been expressed u to whether earth move meats would have ceased a in! enough dredging would be done lo make the channel ol euflvient depth. "We nro making all our plan to go through and will lie in the canal July 4," said Daniels. "Ws Ht aa through ami we will go through In good shape." 1DANISH DIET GIVES I VOTE TO WOMEN Copenhagen. April IS. Tha - " 11 ui i a tl dlel '. In ndopi t lo the vote lo a fonterrhay; MV' ilclcn Ihe i the right of a a ut in) pus- a o be elected 0 a GREAT TEXASSTGRM 1 ur Llrt ABU Austin Chief Safferw Thus Far With Twelvs Known Half Million. DALLAS DISTRICT IS ALSO BADLT WRECKED All Communication With Country Districts Cot Off by Tangled Wires and Dam age ReaiaiM la Doubt. Atmtln. Tex., April II Damage al ..... i aoo aaa h.. rMuite from . ' - 1"1"'" r'" bl available up to noon today. Austin was Ibe heaviest sufferer, with twalvb known dead, five missing and a half llllon dollars property Mull, A rain estimated at from all tn eight In hes lurne,: creeks about Aus tin into rivers from half a mil to a mile wide In out ry lag warts af tka city. In the darkness last night tMs flo-d swept several entire families In to Ihe water. The known dead aret MAItTHA VIHUINIA KXULLa KINO, a telephone opera - Ii 1 1 w nun HOLMae. T" yl lNV. a fireman. A Mexican woman named Curica and her child. l'n identified man. Five negroes. It Is said that hi i others who were In the houeo wKh the Ksell and King Irl. were drowned. it K ) It O K IV II ITT1 NOTON. of Houstnn. con of A. (I. Whl-.tlae.ton. , i"e . resident general tnxnaaar at Naiional and Qreat NortMera raU- nri t llMMt NH v HIUtKKN ANI llriPtlltT.! Tex., Apr VIII MtKU.Itl lin Has. Tex., April IS. Twenty persons, perhaps mure, It waa eau mnted today, mat death late yeater day and last night in a rain, electric al und windstorm, general over nearly af Texas and eastern .Oklahoma. Resultant flood have interrupted by rail and wire. In aoine parts uf the storm m en the wind and rain continue today. Auatin fell of Ibe tempest. The I stats car Its) la aft least HfteeB The storm wss eapsiinllj severe at Austin and that city was Iu dsrkn. les night. It waa abM b MM tn. v house had floaied to and Ware pc ki d a.lnst n brblgs, InresMMM the strti tore. Re ut aquails wsia ( utitinued m fsll In torrent I n ,h. Thrall oil (laid near Taylor 1'exas. tanks, containing l&a.aee bar rels uf oil were set on tire by light ing. The lots. II la sAld would as I iashlnln started a Are ' an oil wnrehonee In Dallna. raualn a loss of 11 :,. In Oklahoma Ihe Canadian rlvsr t I In. -kasha ha cut a new channel two llea from Its old bed end ten pas nger train are marooned there, nursling of a gas mala at Alvord. T i '- .! os wcler undermining the line, has loft Dallas aud Port Worth without natural gas Among the known dead are: fhrlstoial. Texas II. C. Uoldwire. killed by lightning. lamsdell. Texas- W. U. Duynlon. killed in iraln wreck cauaed by soft track. Harden Vxllay. Texas Duughla Von--, killed b lightning. MSTIN HI IMIIT! ntoM IHTIIN lliTMr.NTA IHATIIk Auetln. Tex . April 3S.iaa4a that wept down Waller and Bhoal creak lust night took a toll of fifteen ar twenty lira, according to estimate i. 'I." House were Jammed In mes ses against the bridge and the high water flooded many business houses. I Heroic work was doae by cltlsea no parties and I... the Ore and po lice departments. Of eight personr in one house which wa swept down Waller ' k all but oat era telle vet to hsve perished. The dead In this house are: Mr. C II. Fxsll. Elbert Kdwla Keell. aged Merlha Virginia aged II: Harvey King, agad It; Mr. and Mr. King, parents of Harvey King, and Helen King, their daugh ter 0 C. Fxeii. a barber, escaped. inhere believed lo have baaa drowned aie Mr and Mrs. Winkler, un ted couple: Tom Qulnn, a fireman who was rntnged la rescue work; William and RschaM furtt. two l , . ii ,i.i brothers, and tome Mexicans W . ...Ii s. which hi tied by th PROPERTY