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MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS
PHONE 167
Herald
Editorial
Booms.
TltllU NfU ITIISKN.
Vl. M. Ha. M.
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., TUESDAY, APRIL 27. 1.915.
vm, a wo. is.
ENGLISH OFFICIALS GUARDEDLY ADMIT IMPORTANT GERMAN VICTORY IN FLANDERS
PHONE 924 sr
BRITISH
SUFFER
HEAVY
LOSS
Reports as Usual in Conflict
as to Extent of Success, but
All Agree Oermany Made
Extensive Gains.
FIGHTING RESUMED
IN THE CARPATHIANS
While Described ai Minor
Engagements 20 Thousand
Are Reported Killed in the
Hills During Past Two
Days.
IsiikIoii. irll 37 (":.S ml
n ..III till annniim 4'ii.i'ttl from
II,)' KM lIl-fMtlllHfUl .11 OIIMKII-
!! '.i i ilmi lln- iii-
-in ' , i i . . Hi i mkI mpip-
Ml four i ill llM' Hul'dll-
iiii' Malfincill add- llml I lie
lrMiis w ti ! I l.i .i.i. . i in teki-bui-lilt
MN fort til hack . ul llml
l urk Mi iMla' k. m nil Hln: .
win- ixiiu" --Hm
I .......i. Mm ,1 I ON i. m l
Tin- i. in., i.. trnwh-r Mii-nto
Ihi- Ih'I'ii Idoitn III M' llllll
' . - "III. Ill I III I,,',. I - Ill
Ik r ! Hri' ml lug.
"m'H'ii at hit' r- MM "I Hum
i. i i ii.lv imiiiliiii'il. ui ti' jiii ki ll mi
Hit n m i rev ill Hint'. 'I'lii' rii-gini-or
mill ikittii Willi ili I , .
OlM Of lltl- lltjllll'il HII'll llllll.
iiliiinii dttlcr- iih it, ulii'ilii-r
Im ICii-iiIii pjiMi ik'-liotiil by a
iiliii' nr ii luriHiki.
si, k Itol in irll J 7 l In I tui
tion. I .111 p. ni l I'lii- witlKli
-nunifr I i mil, , mi tier um
Inmi M" klinliii i" IIi'UIiiuImtu,
tlfll'll. taHl lH'4-ll -lllk ll II .linn
If I III' Xl.lll'l l-lllllll- III' iim-iii
In!-, nf tin- eenxePg ' ii'U IMPS
i .hi. i. hi Vnii : , i ii. i i hi i
I I' im iiiiiii Mi-dlta ii iiml ii
nil ' hgUMB tOT i.iil, ! i.iilnt In mi
i. . '. in it, a natal xMptkMe at
lit. I 1 1 t 1 1 i nir i.ii'mi
London", April 1 II;' 111 p. m.)
I'll'' I'.'hgllph XI 111 I' . hoping
Mllll 'thl' llloPl V. II '"III pilllPP of
Mn I'n i inn ii atfsanatvc iiI'hik Iho
Vm'r ia nu I Inn. Ih-i'ii wlthpaaed.
In I urnlriK He attention again to
the I lardnnellee. whirr ihi In ml
Iiik of Ironim M mill under way
llmvdu F loiiiliim ''iiiiiwl in
iin i n 1 1 1 lit Imiiiliii rilinu lln
fartg t thf Boapfcorua, others u
TnrkiMh bnltta dilp ih fipnttmt I"
hmi' iiiinli' only ii ri'flilf ri-i'ly.
i "tempt in iiiinli tut to mlni
nu.. I he . hi I" rt ii tit'i. of tin Her
man "if rctlnits In Klandcrp.
whirl! hate liffn llechll cil to Ihi
hi hue! an ample rrtfiigc 'ol I h
llriimh i irti.ry linn mouth at
W y fhupellf Tin- llnlglun nf
Him I ri'in.it of lodat chump Ihf
repulse ,,r ihrff Herman ultacka
smith or IMxininlf. which Indl
oateg that Um fliin oamanltae
Hint i in ii udvuliff was niililf
mil it from e Minding rroin
Yprep in litxinudr w.im accurate
Thr laSM flli lit I i if i in. in
I iillilllllllH lllliill rluillll'il till' II -
cuplurf of MaafM from Ihf
Krt'in h, liui Hip i.i Ik i.i i, rspmi
llllldc KUllMiHf lit l . IINM-rtn I ll . I
possession of tin- town wan kuh
l"i ii second tlnif, iiml that thf
I'll lull will KM-utly iltwllitfil In
Ihf awiiull hy llflclaii arllllrrj
UMMJS) "ii thr wpalfin -hi. uf
I In in. ml. him dffn MJ uf
(MPM i otilf nth ii. haviim i haiili'il
hnmU four HiiifH in thf enurwi uf
thr irfv'iii titfhl. Iik lmiorlanro
In iIih in Ihi tin t that itx pas
pMSal woiiltl gltf thf tirrtiiaiiii
an in. ,'iirl nil hnlil on Ihut Hlilp
of thr i anal anil wul'l i ni'ifl
Ihr iiliii. In riailjni ilnir llnr.
A MMNnJ Ofiiimn nffvMlVa W
iitnl'i way kw it rit .Mihlil
Thin ihf two imiiilK w hfli' Ihf
Herman nffpiimvr ii..fii iipforf
i Ii rial mils mi thf Varr anil at
SI M til If I hat f Iiliii . hiiMfli fnl
ihf ri'Niiiiuit um m in tit iiI' h iii i In'
Hnint: it iviimlVK n In- iwpii.
howrvfr, whfthfi tin hi paintl
half Impii ii.-. I ill nit filiilK.
wlnlp Hip in i i iinla, mill ' mail,
f linn hf r.
Thf rnmrrn iron) u i nflvliia:
m alll iitl' iition OfRowtl ri l".riM
merrlt "aak of ilil.n ln'd nitloini
SUMMONS
BELIEVED TO BE
L
POUND ACTIVELY TICKING IN
TURKISH IN N I CHAMBER
Believed to Be Part of Plot by Tarty of Union and Progress
to Force Separate Peace: Germany Must Defend Dar
danelles Successfully or Turks Will Gc Over to the Al
lies: War Minister. Field Marshal Von Der Goltz and
Others Have Close Shave.
Piirin April ( in n. m.) A
pnwrrful rnikwnrk nolllli wan found
hlddf'i yiMTiln on Ihf mliilmry of
war ni roaatantlnoplv, iini t
a illplml' h frmn Halonlkl. ll wan
tlnifil In aapkMM al an h"ur .Inn Ihf
I ruunf II Would lir In Hfimlon. Thf
j infftliiKji "' Hill liialy nrr nttrnuVd hy
Kn.or I'anhii. mliiint'r of war: Klflif
Mnrnhai nil dr OoHS anil Hfiirral
I Llinan von Mandf rn.
i An Invfcliaatlnn la anld in have dl-
' liiNt'd that thr honili wan id' ' .I In
Hnt iimm 'ay a aWrPii who had MJHM
t I'jran thf hlmm y and who tlmn
N00RDAM AND HER
PEACE DELEGATES
PROCEED TO HAGUE
S l. ii i. i v ail - (I l P m i
:
An admiralty nrdrr laau4 tada)
i.i. ,! th' tPnmfr V nrdam, S)
it In i a i "H iii. ! nrn oedfd
! Tin Niiniihim h i" on iMSrd
! tin worn di li'ttalf"
I In I In I HI. I .liif ll
d r. . nnfln - ai Thf ii
! Sh. I. . w fork April IS, l.m
i tu in ..I nu in NMtWh wai. ri
I Hi a ilti "I III' i-im i If" "' ' IN
i.i iii h iivamknani . . traffic ,n
i
II. JIHIN I III N II '-I' : I
unm Ht 1 1 I in hi I'oit r
i i vpid :i ii . '.' p. in
Tin- fidliiwiim ri'iiori In.iii Knhl
Marxhal Sir John r'rfin h, "iininaii'l
fr of thf I trlt Inti MtM at ihf front
lllidrr iTltSrT 'lalf. wu Knrll "lit
In-lf liiday .
"VfMifrilaj all tiarman Mlafka
malll. im of Vpri-B Wfri- rf'iilfd. In
ihf . iiifiii'H.ii OMf iroopn look II f-
fillKltf and llllldf pniKlfHM ntar St.
.Inlnn and to Hi,- wfHl i,r that pWjMl
Thf 1'ifin h fo-1 ipi ru t fil n r
left mid I art In r In thf n rtli Hu t
ril.iiik lift BfU
'In ihf MM of yfidpriliiy'K lluhl
ina "in art lll.ry took full iidvuiitaKf
if nfviral "ii'H UinilifH for intlliiuiK
avarv onauultira nn Ihf ftn my.
'(in Hit- ifiiialndar nf Ihf from
Ihrrp la nnihiim to ri"irl. In addi
lion lu thf dfMtrui Ihhi of niirlini
Jiiniiion, mfiitioiifd in tup I'limmu
ni'iiif I. ml nlHht. oitr alrtiifit yiHiii
dat Iniinii iiilfl nu.'if aaf ully MMHM
anil ImrHnin at thf foHMrlM
piai fii Ti 1 11 1 1 " Him . HMMMBi ItiKfl
munalpr, Htudfii. Itntf marik, Thlfll
mid Bftuktrtt"
BtffMB, April H (hy wirplraa In
I... n. Inn. 3 Ti p. m i Thf t !ft inn n
iirint hfifil'iuartira today utf out
Hip lollouinH atutftiirnt drulInK with
thf inllilnrt spCfWliMM ymtftday:
"In Ihf wi'Mrni Ihfiiln
"Thr British ullkikfd in Flmnlfi"
will, vpry Mrnui fnrrf Ihf nr linf
nf nut lt i' n h north and matin at
t V in i i. w ill, h ruim frmu thrrp I"
fom kilompti'i'H Moulh f th pii'M
HM fiiiiu float m Ihf imith f Bw
i hnuilt farm, nu thf Ym t MMMSi ' v
way of HI. Julian, in thf dlrpttlnn ul
Hrnff nalafpl.
"Thf hp araaiilta. whli h Wfrr lit -In
k"d In Ihf ri"ir hy HiTinHn ami
U-ry ifiutheimt of Yhri-a. ruilS'lttT't
hrukf duwn undrr .air fin- with Ml'
tiiiHrdimirlly hfiity luaai'a.
Thf ftirmy'a tiff ' innplftPl di -InollHhfd
thf houapH Ii. I.lxiriif,
whlfh MM tni'.iifil lit up durum lam
ii mill Tlif hmliif In ml piiiini'il "ti
Ihf Ifft bank "f thf amil, Immid.
iilfly to th. i . i .a lapirn. Pllll Ip
ht'lim held by up.
"In thf f nun 11' Hii iim hnhfrto
luimhi at Yprfp. our Irimpp took llily
min hlnf utiim.
"W'f hatf , nmnifiii-fd I" hoiahiird I
llif Im I't'i'l it in iaiin.it Jumtlon mid
in la. n In inliiuarifi p at I'opf i nmhr .
iiliuiii iWfhi- kllnitiftfrp Waal ft
Ypri-p. with apiiriTuililf pui'i'faa.
"In ihf fornal of Aruoniu' a I ' i n h
nu. In iiturk In Tttml "I Ii inn -
(t nnlllllOll OH I'.lK'' Two. I
in thf ii-Kii'li of Ihf i nrpatlilan
pnaacw. i
HER MINISTERS
PRELUDE TO DECLARATION QF WAR
CLOCKWORK BOMB
dlmipimirfd. Spvrrnl minor offlrlala
. niin. i. d with Ihf mnialry of war
hnr lif n arritfd on nuaili'lnn f bp
Inn hi, MnMHNpMoM, Thf tiollrp lip
llvp ihr dnt war dlrp'tta! naulnxt thp
Vnum Tmk mill thr ' '"
Mr niin r i.f thf nmMM "T UMMm
and Prograa arr all I havp drrld-
f.l at a i ' - In whlih no 'iftmuna
WW ndmlltrd In adhrrp to "aalllnc
pnll-y' inn to I a tor thf nmiiulim itt
a Hfinrntf i with 1h alllfa If
i ii i mailt fnllrd In provlilf aaalaani p
aiilllflpnt in 1'inil-. an nilai k on thf
I in rdniip IIph.
Today s War
Summary
Hi. (-man m-li in I I. unti l -
Im.. ii i'i. i at bir-l for till' Hi
IIH'llk. I Mil' I'll I llltlltll'llil'llllllll-
Iioiii tin- l.i rtiniii. I l i iii ll. Ilrll
Ixti and I . : i in um ila'it
liii'itlp today Ihhi. out Hit Hiint.
iiIiIhhiuIi II i- ihm i It-ni wlMtlirr
llif iilllf-. Iiatp in iiiiiiiII-ImmI iiii)
lliina ul importnm f fnrilmr limn
lo i in i ilp' adtaiKf of ihi'lr
poiM'i.la.
Tin ..in .ii MHBHMNSMM
ItprMii -iiott inn tin 4irr-
iii. in am ii,. tt mi tin ili-li'iislti'
iiloiu: Iliplr m a IIih norlli nf
prn-. I'lii' -nil, 'infill i madi'
tlllll llrill-li ullll' k broke ikiMll
"with i'i vi iHirdliiarll) ii'.m IBM"
!.
Iloth 1 1"' lr.ii.ti .... i MSM
. I . i . i Hint pmt of tin1 I" i terri
tory I ... - BtJM laki'ii. A dl'i'PI. Ii
lioin I " lil Mai -lml sir John
I'miii Ii. Iinil-li i "iiiniandi r hi
ililff. awya tin' i i MMMl
priiifli -- III llif i" mil, nf SI.
' I 1 1 1 1
'Ihf Italian amlMh ndnro at
I'.' I nil .ilia I a I . Ullll IJHI
I'" llUtf ' . ' ll iiii, hi... i. . I iHMIIf
for a "nli nine uitii lln- Ital
ian fopfiaii inliil-nr. i. nu In
kajajajajta tin. inntf a- an nulb u
lloii ill. H Hal) ip on Um' I'M' of
tu i , n i 'i i im Sax M -oik MMMfJ
hi'r furi luii poln ) ami all Italy
i atiaiilim Ihi- tionl "ii. it" i ''"
llUtloll ll ill i ll.. Ilp ii" Willi
tin- aJMaa,
I nofii' lai - i .fiii'i a SSajajaHtM
Pay lb. Hii- ian- lull'' Im'XUIi an
other nltin k' on lln- llMl Hun. Ill
thr I -". i"'- riitloii. u.irbin
nnd i.irimin motitaltlfp in Hm- in
I wo ilayp an- , ' im..u a at iO.IMMt.
Tlw in i i.i a limit, oin ileum
III tin "im i of a mil.,.. -ii,,
Ull. Ip i' I III lllltl l'PMllM'll
Num aaaajaaadaaj MSMSM of tim
i.i in i ii. -oiitii of HltiiiiiuV, in
III,' mini halll. now lillibl wuy
III llaillllT- -l.lt. nil III lu. I.n
from ISM Ih-lutau nwliinry nu-
aJaaaSlaaa -ai- iiHri' wtitity
l.lfiilll.l ah am Hi'' it bob aa'
Hon ol lln- fraaJM In-Ill hj lh 111 I
fJBMfk
iiu aim f moot i- ni.,.1, ib.n
lln- until of I n. iii. a -torin
i inn r In Hm- bulllf, lut lai n
imniii nikfii from llii tn-rmane.
I i ii. I'.n Ip i i, ii In i in. tt lift Ik
till- bi ll f i" . ,.,.i,i k HI. Ilk-
an nltftlipt lo tun . u wll lo th.
Knttlmli i liaiim I. or In in rmilll)
a fi-lut i". .a , lo ptrlkluit a
i. Im, ut "in, ..Hi. i on ihr
p liuiiilri-tl-ml!f front. It Ip
aillilillfd. Iiowftor, tlmt tlw US
mini', luiii' j'.'i in- i 1 1 1 1 .ii. m uh
pliintlal piii 11, In thl- tiiiltlf
In ii" nod linn nn no kIuiip
of ii ni t mil v im I of lliibliiiit m
pni li u m nlf iip thai ol l.'-i
immili
II Ip up-uiiifil ihttl land HalMJHK
Ip III Hlf-- ill I mi" Hon tti'li
ii" in it MMaajaM of allh-a mI
kalu Ihf 1 1 1 1 i 1 uuil f um-
'-innilnopb Not bum I- known
of tin' atajfai dJMMak f nn ,
"(M iiltliui- Im t noil llM' oflk'.al
ItriilPli ainiiM in I'monl lliul an
un it Im'Iiik I I il oil I. alb
I " 1 1 pCMlMSSii
TO CONFERENCE
AMBASSADORS IN
ALL EUROPEAN
CAPITALS ARE
Europe Expects That Follow
ing Council Italian Gov
ernment Will Align Itself
Actively With the Allies.
H'Hna April 17, J:r. p. m.i
Tin- Italian ambaaaudura Ml
fan" l-undun. Vienna nnd Her-
lln hatf bp'-n puniiuuni'd to r-
I'.infpr alth rtiri iKi, Mlnlalpr
Simnlrt...
In Hump ihi. an l. a. u reaar.l.
RECALLED
..I ai. prellmiwry tu the nn- . velt to aim a bill exempltnc Imdi
in-rmant f xriivr and Im- the frum hlae tux bill mmlr roaalnga
RoHMM di. MM a the Dart of a'uf ateam rallroadp and paid that "our
i'i.- Itallaa K"tf riiiii.iii a Ifiida uf the New York Central and
SlK,r Tlttnnl. ihe -aitmppa- Senator Depew wrre anxloua" waa
d .r to rranre. reinhed Home l'iJ In the pupreme niurl here on
thta morriitm He left thla city
only a fortnight ajo for Parla.
Marcheal carlotti. the ambaa-
i I., ivtroarad, mil mil i-nme
lime of thf 'balance ..i"l
,.r th. 'li.ianre mid w
, uf navel under
ronSlthma. hnt a
Ml, .lull nin.s
i he . eaenl
e m "it him w
nub lutrui tiuna. f
wwwwwwwwwwwww w
CHAMP CLARK SAYS
ERIIIEN PLAN IS
Strongly Favors Western
Land Disposition Proposed
by State Land Commission
er; Has Favored It Twenty
Years.
.-.niin Te. N. M . April IT. TSmM
Stale Land CiitiiiniPpiollf r Itabl'l't P.
SJrvkra or New Mexbu, in aaHBkj
lo iferin f Wealefa iubie Nad
rtblnlp in urge tin gift by the federal
mvarawnl f all paJMap i ni. tu the
Ptata gut i rniiif ni i-. Imp taki-n up a
paM wlib It ha btiiipflf hap tieen urg
ing for trtfiii.v tiai'p. forum thf mi-. it
ni a Ifttpr I'.fi.i'l iiiday In the Inmi
i uinmippliiiif i friitn Chump Clark of
Mlppoiirl, ppfakfi of thf i, iii. n il
hoiipf of reprfpe'itutlvea.
Hl'iaker Clark dulurep that he la
uruiiply in favor ol the umii iinuni
dfll'riing ihf i ming iubi laiida
In Hi" ptate gn . i mneiitp ami hf up
lif.irp I" In . mil' peevl.-di that thf
New Mf xl' ii laud ' "inmlaplonf r ahould
liutf taken Ihf Irri'lerwhlp I'I Ihf in 111 -butgn
in thf rtfpi The bind eom
miaaluner ip auffV laaSSf I'lenned that
thp ppeaker Iiimtp Ihe plan, and la
willing to Kite him full sfaSJN '"r hla
prior ndiuini'y.
Thf land i lunmiaalonar hap had
liuniriiiiip letterp im.. the pn.it few
dajp fri'in weptern governnrp and
plati hind uflleiiilp nnd the aureeag of
the conference be bap awaoaed in be
ginning I" appeal itSin.
E AND CRIST
TAKE APPEAL TO
SUPREME COURT
Hnnlii Ke. N. at.. April 17 K. C.
Wade, Jr., und .1 II. Crist, uttornea
fai H. II. Dormaa und atftayr tnx
payera In the pun m prevent payment
in the recent!) iHiinted IravaUnl
nudlior mid ln i"aatanta, today gave
notlee thai Hu t wottlg afcanS na their
otigliiul 1','iniui: iii the traveling audi
I'-
n"
lot Hflai'.tbi'i an. I at the uaiue
in. ii. . i mined i iii- .
in ihe atate u pi i nia court. It I
iMi'teil thf ai i" M will he perl
almual lainif.ii.inlj and the
beard without delay.
HI 01
WAD
PUTT UB6E0 THIT1TKSS SHMBSMSH DENIES SOFT
M
UUi rUH ran
Meaning the New York Cen-
tral Railroad and Senator
Chauncey M. Depew Who
the Easy Boas Said Were
"Anxious."
ADVISED WITH PLATT
ON MOST EVERYTHING
Further Evidenoe Introduced
to Show That the Colonel
Was at Least a Switchman
on the Famous New York
Underground.
St i in in,,- V Y
April 27. A tplo-
ftum ln whl.h formrr United shupp
Npiiaior Plait uraed Thpo.lor. .
thip. thr aixlh day Colonel Ml jtl
hap h.-ii i.n Hie wlliifp. .iiiii.l in ihf
ifiu.iit.o libel ault broiiRht Uaulnat him
)hy William llarnea.
, rpy ,h ,,., wro. nni,tT
,'. that he had ree.lv.d the tel.-
ttram ' ate." TheP- ineaM
pn purl nf thf
a Hint
Colonel It
uddltli mil t'orre
paxapd between
were introdtioad
wniifi waa preaented in court naln.
A art if. of private lettera that
fiaad betw i Mr. llarnea and
i 'idiiiif I Itooaevelt weer imrodtn-ed
Into the retard Theae covemd
aatiud between IHII4 und lIO. They
wi-er to be read at the afternoon aea
pii.n The reading of the f orreapnnd-
i,. " in i r i, .dun, I ItiKtaevall and
formrr I nil.. I Ktulep Menatur I'latt.
In whlfh the folonel freely d up u peed
all mamifr nf leilalalivp, polltiial and
nlmiiiiptriilive nffuira. waa om
ptettjd today.
)ll!am I.. Ilarnum, the erejaj ex
ainlaart aiurted nil hip Inquiry hy
siting Colonel Hooaevalt wlu ihi'i he
hud taken the udvlce of Henator
Plait in rfxard to tha Humiliation fur
the tiff preaMenc) in lo.
I'd you value S.-iiuliir I'liill a nd
vlee " asked Mr. tturnum.
"I um onublu to auy," replied
Culonil K'loprtfil.
"You n rely friendly with
him then ""
nb. ,i'. aiipwered tha colonel.
I ".I h .. .. . .
Hill Uf lldllPe you u lit I'l-pt the
,...,,.... . i. "
ii'iininaiU'ti
' llun'f ia adt i
Coluiifl ItiloneVflt.
air."
wild
' 'We II, aa a remit of your Inter
tiewp milt llopp Chill did he so ad
vise you?"
Colonel Itooaevelt'a rnunaai ohggt
ed in Hie qaaatloa win, h wuh rataa
OUt.
The following letter written hy
Saaalai Plait, da sad Kftnuury ..
I'"'". wa- I. -a. I
"I Inn. bardl hud time to give the
conpldernllon it deserves to i.air let-
ter "f Kebrimry I, und the nuiiiera
im .bell Hi' iein, and um im lined to.
take mure time for mutate dcllbcni-
Hull. The vb-p prebeniiul iiueatloii
' very important .hi.- and it great
di al ili pendp upon It."
"Hid "u dlpfuaa Hie .iieatlon I"
piiraumiff of thut letter'."' uaked Mr.
. Z . ..
Two "iin i leltera bearing un leglp -
'-
bitlon iH-iidlng m Albany wen. then
rein in one n, Senator iMiill. Hie
"donei suggested thai lip phould
uinmnniniif ttm, Mr nlell nr. thle
piibject ut once." In hla reply Ren
ntoi I'latt aald he would ifb-arnnh
;.',l..-"o:",7.,',,", "r"r h"" '" ""
up the Itepubllcnn forces unitedly III
favor of the bill.
Then thl, telegram, dated May 7.
I "hi. from Senator Piatt to Colonel
Ituoaevelt, warn rend
"nr frlruda of the New York CM
trul are ver unxloua to have ymi
plan P.nate bill 711, exempting from
"niep 1IIX glut. "Sings ''I
team i-nllroala. I hupp foa eaa
nnpiptenily do so. sjanulor Depew
lg tery unxloua."
The following waa Colonel Itaoae-
Velt'p reply:
"I received your telegram and one
from I'md yesterday. It was too lata
' ' ai-i, n a I hud ulnu.lv ,
llPbfd a meimirandum plating not
1 " '"I." I "ID WU IIKlllllPt Hie hill
but thm ihe xtale lag oommlaalonvrp
uppiised Hie hill
"I did m.t rece.ve yoar telegram
ifnlil yppieid.,'. iMundav). H waa
than aHogethei lafe to gat at the
i iiinmiaalnn und again go over the
MENDS
" 1 1 mail i with 1 I am exi eedtngly
ex-1 porn if any hardship has been mused
'tedriher tu Hie Via York Central at
use i
It'oiiilnuptl on frntlf Two.)
LAWS QN URGED
MEN TO SHOOT
TO KILL
Charles Snyder, Yesterday's
Star Witness, Admits He Is
Now in Employ of an Anti
Union Detective Agency.
RELATES BLOODTHIRSTY
SPEECHES BY LAWSON
;In Spite of Efforts to Show
Prejudice. Detective Proves
Damaging Witness to the
Strike Leader.
Trinidad.
"I've been
iwnera' am
proa, in I..M
alo
April 27.
I by the Mine
mi tu HPalal the
hla caae," aald
T 1 """"" ""V". wltneaa for tha
1:1 ' lwann murder trial.
"' " f hut iruee-exam
" hy Horare N. Hawklna
'"' dpfi-npe mte Unlay
1
Trinidad. Colo.. April 17. Charlea
Hn"1. atar wltneaa yppterday for the
t'ruepf uiiini in in. trial or Jonn it.
laiwaon, labor leader, wharaed with
the murder ,f John Ninimo, on h tu
1 lr"
?f P
? ''t.
ber 35. iw 1.1. teallfled on croaa eaam-
waa nuw "In-
mploy of the Uald-
aln-Kelfa detective aaent-y.
"You re a detective aren't jrau?"
demanded Hoi uoe N. Haw hide for tha
defenaa.
"Yea air."
"Ynu ware In the employment of
Hi' foal "perntora when you enaaced
youraelf to work for the United st.ui
HtNa WorxereT"
"Nn air."
Juki liffiire the i-roaa examination
began he leatifled that while he waa
employed by the United state. Mlna
VYnrkera he heard Jnhu Iawan In u
ppi ee h ut the l.udlow tent i ninny on
tkstohar 7, mil. i
"Hoy a. we're In thla fight to win.
We'll get gum to arm you und we'll
kill every diimnrd Haiti win-Kelt da-
tfi'Hve in tblp eountry."
in another oct-aalon he aald Uw
auii paid:
"liuyp. If you're going to ahoot,
phom In kill. Uon't let any of them
get away.''
Snyder waa ifueatluned regarding
hla acquaintance with varlnua union
Ifudfra in ludlng Hubert Urtlch. rrank
Minor and A. U. alcflary.
"nn Ontafear 36, 1 s 1 3, how many
mf!! If' I' lllfie Ul ,11" 111" . MPVH
.. . . w
r,)n Monlgonifrt foe the atate.
"lie i wei n am and r.:,n "
"I in you know how many rtflea
there were in the tent colony?"
"Kully B0."
The wiineaa then related epeerhea
he r.lld rterf llllldf hy glWU"ll Uild
"Mulher" Mary Jonep at Ludlow on
0"tber 7, 111. The wltneaa thel
waa iiakfd what Mother Jonee paid In
her pppei'h. Ilorai e N. Iluwktna for
Hie di ffiii" objected nn ttie ground
Ihut nuthing Mra. Junea might hava
anld win. , oniiietent evidence ignlnat
Ijiupoii. Thi Jri'tton wn over-
ruled
"Mother Jonep aald 'Don't alt here
like a lot of numakullp. but get out
nnd fight, don t alt here on your
I huunchra like they have done In
riorlln rn Clnrad... Fight: damn you
fight.
The wllnrra then told of tho alleg-
, - i ip- - - utaakp
I nillUVI 11. '"e m... . ......
,.,,, .,. . inb.yed a a
tlUvi(llar, hy ihe iinb.n ottb erp and I
..... ,..., h.
paw laiwaott. armed, near the railroad
cut, will. h. according to other atate
witiieppep was uaed aa a rampart by
he .inker'.
Aa anon ua the wltneaa waa turned
avar to Hie defenae Hawklim abruptly
ilelllillided
"Mr Hnyder. when dbl ynu go Into
the employment of the Baldwin-
Keltp dele
v l.. ...
ch. lilt,'1 added the
I he wa not employed
wllne-l, gl
by the detective agency "directly.
"Are you 'Indirectly in the employ
of the agency at the preeent time?"
"Yea air."
"Were you not in thr en
agency when you went to
of ihe
Ttuyla
in tha
mid pffiired empb meiit
,,,
"No plr. 1 wax not."
' In I ynu not nt niir lime go to
I ,,., nrt ppb hi," fur P.I riloliet
which he refused you?"
"Yep plr "
,M yoa not then tell him If he
....u i r r ,li i. .11 It", Ii, wntl
' Woull ,,, ,hr oin,r aide?"
"Yea"
Yi-
'How much money are you getting
from the other pl.de?"
"I am nun drawing IT a month
nnd rxpenpfs. Formerly I drew fISS
n month ' 1
IMPEACHMENT BY
ROCKEFELLER
Chairman of Commission cn
Industrial Relations Gently
Asserts He's Rot a Liar, bst
That John D. Jr., Is.
BOUGH SARCASM FOR
THE MULTI-MILLIONAIRE
Says in Addition to His State
ment Today He Will Give
Son of Oil King a Real
Dressing Down Later On.
Chicago, April 7 trunk P. Walsh,
chairman of ihe Halted tfJataa earn-
miaainn on industrial relatione. Fa
turning to Chicago today from Kaa
aaa City, leaned the follow lug state
ment In reply to the answer ( John
l. Hockereller. Jr.. to Mr. Walah a
comments acr-omimnylng the rorree-
liondence In the Colorado Puet and
Iron cape
I note that Mr. RodkafeUar, Jr..
denounces me aa a Hsr. The pubtteh
ed lettera which arouse Mr. Ruekefel.
ler s Ire are all admitted by him tu
have been written and correctly quot
ed, an that, hip voluminoua newspa
per assertion la in no aeaaa a denial
uf aaythlng given to tha press by me.
Mr. Itnckefrlter's anger and raaaat
m cn i "bviouaiy grow out uf a mlscon-
ipptloi, aa to gay duties. I waa not
annotated to 'allay' or smother the
nausea of Industrial unrest, hat to
investigate them aad Osaka them
manifest to th woild.
"It la interesting aad amwalng to
note that Jesse F Welborn, president
of the Hi.ckefeller "impanlea In Cal-
rsdo, gives a labored Interview at-
laatptlng to show that no enoh letters
wre even written, while L, M. Bow
prg. chulrmnn of tha executive mix
miii' .- of the Rockefeller Intereata la
Colorado, now at Hlnghamton. fur-
nlshee his aomewhat lame coatrlbu
Hon to the Rockafaner dafaaaa ay
confessing the authenticity of tha
i-t.rrespnndence, but declaring that It
did not amount fu anything, and be
sides. It had been uncovered ley tha
congreic onal committee.
"I mupt conress a certain degree or
dlsappn;ntment. however, with Mr.
Rockefeller's ptatement. Ha fails to
ssplutn, in any way. the amaatttg eaa
fesalons of Mr. Kowera that the Cat
orado Fuel nnd Iron company leads
In fixing prices and condllloaa of la
bor.' He falls to eat forth tha gaem
.a a ml nn whioh he declared In his
leter nf July I, 1S14, with whiff ks
is not enHreiy pa Halted, but lo which
be makes certain amendments lot
i our Ammone. A taw, Ihe ag-
Jilanntlnr. of Mr. Rm-kefeller waa
frngmentury to any tile least. In that
It dfd nag contain the names and lo
uatlnna nf the 'friendly papers to
which the stiny nf the Ludlow maa
aaere waa lo he given aa auggeated in
the agreement from Mr. Rowers on
the m, .riling alter that unspeakable
horror
"I ant glad to notr that the Rocks
feller defense to the Ludlow insa
ne, tc is thut the two watnaa aad
eleven children who met their deaths
upon that awful occasion were not
ahot. but merely amothered la a pit,
while the hull. hp from the mine
guards of their company were flying
aver the mouth of the pit Knllre
candor, however, should have mover
Mr Rockefeller to add the additional
detail that hts mine guard In the
guise of ptate militiamen, burned
dawn the tents and looted the vIcttBts
before and afti r their deaths.
"Mr. Km kefeller'a personal abuse
of myself Is In line with the cuslmn
ury Hm' kerrller policy of crushing
any Individual who opposes hln, in
aay way. I meet It with com leisure,
however, feeling sure that thla very
publicity will irate a asatlment
a nine g American people which will
prevent a recurrence of the Ludlow
horror and. perhaps, go a long way
toward re, piiibftphlng a republican
fom f government In those commun
ities controlled by the Rockefeller la
trreete. "nn account of pressing dutiee
with the commission on industrials I
am hi i hi,, to answer Mr. Rockefel
ler's attack In detail at thla lima, f
-ha; however, make full reply upon
the occaalon of my neat public speech
which will prooably be at I'laclaitatl.
Ohio, next Sunday.
"Who do yott draw your pay from?"
"I have been paid through A. c
Fella"
The wltneaa waa aaked whether or
before tha
battle of lain
law Of Al
to ihe u
Idud for
He rep
flitted M
Mine Ox
et tdence.'
114 he had applied
paSqaartsrs al TYtn
t la Heaver.
When I want to the
rkars tn gat money I
the em play of tho
aaaocin I loa, securing
JUNIOR
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