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Albuquerque can choose between holding the New Mexico state fair here and letting it go elsewhere. It's up to us.
WE
have fpent too much
good money on the
state fair to give H
away.
get the good lflttfe
Ofttherinf.
MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS
tiiiihnk-itixi:n
Vol. t. No. M.
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., WEDNESDAY, APRIL gfl, 1915
DECISIVE BATTLES RAGE AT DARDANELLES, IN CARPATHIANS AND IN FLANDERS
THREE THEATEHSfGEBMAN BUTTLE
RUN RED WITH
BLOOD OF MANY
PEOPLES
English and French Land
Armies on Both Sides of
8traiti for Final Land and
Sea Auault on Constanti
nople. carpathiaYstruoole
grows in intensity
Berlin Today Says Allies Have
Issued False Reports to
Minimise Extent of the
German Victory in West.
H. tlli i, ptll sn , ,, ,n, tun.
l m l 111. Ml lie) i ,
...i,t. i.i of tin- TurfcMi j.nili,,
mi-ill. Mix. to now In llaertln. rr
i . .1 i. I. Ki.ini ii. ,,ii ( uiMian.
iiin.,l) tool night atatlng iImi
N.MMI I Ym. h mihI Itrtu-h Mililttm
lMt Itn'ii driven in iIm- new nntl
iImi tt.nou. i, ii. i item ,,,,,,
the Tnrku - a riMtli ..r Uh-
nltempt ( (he elHcw i inn.!
li.rux w attach I In- Iksrilanelh-a
ri.niria-atlama
Nam). I'ranaa,-. SpM (via
furia, ft: Hi . m.) StfMi
aeroplane una. kid Mag . TTalggl
IhihiIm. ilmpped In llu- a-clltot u(
iIm- illy. Three pcsaaina wa-rc
killed nml .1 number l mini,
ni'ir Injur, il arrtaiiialy.
l.iindnn. April 3 (11:10 p. m l
KnaUml i. lir.athlnx freely
again taAaj In thi- geuarul in lief
I teal I h- Uirmnn nlfMinlv.- near
Yf.rrr haa Mh Stopped nml (hi
counts Is finding llena in turn
tin iHMtkw in ihi- Pan dam II
where im allied army hua landed
mi liuth ahnrca uf the alilllta
Pa r la repnria that the Fn-m h
aa-ctinn hn landed on the Aslmlc
ahnre ii ml la making steady
pr,,greaa dcepitc i in- Mubkagarn re
atsiance "f the Turklah defend
em. wliu ore strongly MHIW bed
ml supported by artillery.
The linn h . . . ' i . . it him eiicceea
fully maile - l.aa.- .n the Kuru
NM aide ,,f the alruile Ttirki I
admit" thine landings. Iilll dr
. Inren Ihul nlllca hnva- lieen tin-
I.I.- In make ntvy irKrea In
ward the interior.
The luteal French official an
nouncement ili-i-lari-H Ihul the
ii II lea ure ma k iln; . i.ut i ,, n.-.l prog
reaa between V.rea nml I ixminl. .
where the capture .,r i.aianncra.
mai'hina (line nnil wnr IMpplIra
la rlulmed. FullewliiK th- re
Imrteil I u llu re nf i he ili-rimm it
lark at Leg Kpnim-a the French
'iiiiiri-ntly have r med tl I.
I.I. am- III thill rcglnn.
The MOM ninnili. .nit happen
Intra In the dlaloegatlc Hrtuuiioii
Ih the reenll In Son nf the Itul
Inn ainliiiswulura In l.umliui. Purl
nml llerlln nml Vlennn fur n i-iiti-felelice
with the luintalcl uf fnr-
.til ..it ma. Anatria la credited
with making m-w lH)ncsaOgM o
linly Italian observer balleve
Hi. ii the imllila aim niiae-tli-il lie
I Ween Italy iimt Austria do mil
make nn iiiireeineiit impoaeitilc
II Vri l I Mini Mi Wi is mil
I Mt( iiii:ii ON I IIM II l
I'i'iingrnd, April 2 ma Lif
1:41 p, m.l- The buttle nf the Una
alnn and Aualru-ilerman urmlea In
Ihe vicinity uf Htry In Ihe i 'nrpat r Inn
mniiniuliia. haa end red Uf fifth day
with nu aiana uf diminiahlng und
Willi I lie nllti-ollie gilll llllil.illl.il
h'lghllng la priigreauini; In the nur
iii mountain d.-iil. mid there ia
little uppurtuiilty fur the i-arrylng "in
ol manativrra.
The exieedlngly alroiig Auatru
ilerimin foree, a-rordliiK to the mea
ger reporta received here (a daily re
telling rrinforieim-nta.
I.I IIMW I(MV III MM..I Mi I I K
1(1 I'Oltl M M I IM 11(11 HIM.
BarttHi April - (Ma LoiiiIuii, I (a
i. m. I The llermun army hrnd
.i.ii.ia atuff luduy guve out the fol
lowing offtrinl al.it. in. nl
"In the wratarn theater: The Kna
llah ultemied yealerduy tu . .
lure Ihe trrrit.-rv they had loat lit
l -i.imiera, I .ha aJtarajaaaj ihry
eurnmem-eil un allnrk on bi. h -.idea
of Ihe Vprea-I'llkil high mail. BMl
lha allui g broke down I ompl t.
iiielera In frmit of our poaliiuna
"A aerunU Kngilah advnnee further
to the enat during I In- i-v -li III had
llu- aumr remit. Here nla - Ho- en
amy aiiffered heavy lumn-a The en
emy did mil .ill . k on the weali-rn
hank of lha runul.
"In Ihe Champagne dlatrlet on '
lumir Kirn.-h gn.up nl imtifn atlmir
(CunUiiuiMl nn I -a. Two.)
STEAMS
AUSTRIAN SUBMARINE SENDS
FRENCH ARMORED CRUISER TO
BOTTOM IN STRAITS 8F OTRINTO
French Ministry of Marine Admits Loss of Ship Worth Six
Million Dollars. With All Her Officers and More Than
Half Her Crew of 700 to 800 Men; Sunk in Ten Min
uttes After Austrian Boat Fired Well Directed Torpedo.
nerlin. April 111 (by wireless to
Hay villa i. - The French armoreil
i-rulaer laMaj (iamlielln haa been Inr
peilned by nn Aualrlan aiibmnrlne.
niTiirdlnr in newa reeelve.l by the
ieraeaa Newa Aaeniy. rurt i.f Ih
erew nf Ihe Kreni-h warahlp waa
aaved.
Ilrlndlal. Italy, Tueadn- April 27.
I:r. p m. (via I'nrla April 21, i:4
p. m l- The Kremh . rnlaer In
lainbella. i.iriedol by an Aualrlan
aulimarlne m Ihe el ri It uf utriinm.
hna been run nahure Keara nre n"
enteriained thai ahe may (linn n-u
un the naxt hlili n.le
Parla. April S I V JO p. m I-A
MaMtnunlcutlun frOMI Ihe mlnlatrv uf
mnrlne reeltlnii the torpedoing uf (he
fren.-h erulm-r lin (Iamlielln waa
Riven out tbla aKernoon. It In tent
uallv aa lot Iowa
'The nrmnred milrer I. eon liani-
balt.i. i-rtualng ill the .-ntranre of the
mi mo i anal. wna loriiail-ii'il I ne
night u( April :' :' .mil went I
the
bottom m ten miiiiil. a.
"All Ihe nffleera on board eriah.-d
il their inula inn. hundred nml
thlrty-atx niemhers .if lha eraw. In-1
liulim; i l.-ven iin.l.-r-oflli'era, a-ere
. -
rem-uid li M-naela rent mil prmnptly
i ik.i. .. , . i. i. . .
to their help liv ih. H. ih. hi author -
HI,., I
-Th- Hat nf -drvlvora ha. not v. I
been re-. im .1 at the mlnlatrv of ma-
rlne"
The I.i . a floipnotu w.i - e.ul.i.-' I
aim tun, , i, in, li gitna, mIi.. n il i
Im h gima. Iweiity-fuur :; i- iiinii
ami 1 1- 1 NaSM lull ido tube, ller j
(ill w.ia Hum xi ( I
Hh. wna l mil in Ureal In I o.i, I
eoallnit t-'. sua. lino, and wa. I ail f.-.t i
long and Jii'i f.el beam, "iili
feet un nn diafl
M HI III N St IIM IKIM I -0
IIMI Till UK. JOM
Itrindlai. Iluly, Tueadav, April It.
:tt p. in. (via Puna, April H, ItSS
Today j War
Summary
ii 1. 1 1 . ' 1 1 u . . i in iii i u i in. n (in-
I ri-mli 1 1 in.. i. , i . ini .1 luu
(.amlniia of i im. loin. illiitaii-
nietn. lui t i 1 1 .. -. I . ,. ,i hj mii
tiiairlnu aitlnnnriiii. Tin- Ita-rllu
MMra uililii j wlil. li innde tin
aniMiiim i-iiiatil aM Hint iart (
the ir-w. ..i Immk.-iii 7INI ami IMMI
nun, una .i.i-i I No mlilllloiuil
ili'liilla are glen. Inn n pruli.
nhi ii i . un alti'i k If mil. oc-.urri-,1
in ii,. ilriale. wlililn
nil. in., ih .nn . ttf llMrblll
natal latar.
A iii-u ...ini.!.. attack mi n
after u lung lull. II.. il
In lluaalan 1'idoiMl. marking Ihe
i i. of ai-Ht,. h.. .Hi;..
atfer it tuiig hill. Tin- iiHIiiul
ll.-rl.ii -mi. un in nf i ,l.i aaya
Hie i.i i. ii. in- ...... 1 1 1 . i . I t;.. .in
I... in. .ii. Iii (Ih vli lull) r aai
walkl near Uh- Kaal rruaatan
i -ii 1 1. i utrr ii. ni of -J mil.
I In n la again J- lini. lllaWlr.
Ily la-lweiai (ierniin and lYrauli
aii-otiiita uf ..ii ii la hopiM.nlng; In
il In- Tu- laUclal llerlln rr
I ...ii Huya IttliWIi elTurlM to eia-ovcr
Im bait ground faili .1 The I' u
"i. ......... .in. in uaaeria that furl In
prngrca una mude In tin1 Mr
ill-irl. t II la - beat) i.-.-"
nun- i. ! nil the
i that un. i. 1 1 - .ii mm i... .11.-
uf ii dead o. i. i uiintcil al
one I u -I II I
ii. rVeiuii uuiniiiiu 'ciiinM uf
ii leiilay thai (he llarinMua.
.-ib-rkopr, the i,,,,- eaaMgjaa
in i ni In-lulK, it lilt Ii llu (ier.
in. in- i... ..Hi iaiiiirii. Itail
lai n nwaliHal, l .'. ,,. .1 In ller
lln. II la aalil till- Mmilo M
la In4il ti) the llrrnmii. . -. I thai
(In- I i- il i. bate ni nl. im oi-o
uilmka un II.
tin Hie In i. 1. 1 ur Ihe M.-n-c n
aliiblairn laml. inntlliui. 'Hie
I'm- -lai.in.ni aaya llial tin-
I reni-li . d iMni-ililrda nf a
FLEET OF SIXTY
BOLDLY OUT INTO
p. m. ) (laMnyed In Iranamlaalnn I -
The l-'ren.-h erulaer Leon lnmtie(t:i
haa lieen torpedued by tha Auatrli.il
aul.marlne I - n tha Ktralt of
utrnnio. the waterway lending In lha
Adrlalle aea .
The Mrat n-iurl nf (he deal rue( inn
nf Ihla rruloer ome fr.-m lha imn
in duty al llu- aeinnphore MaMafl uf
Hania Sin.. Ix-iu-a. Theae men at
nnre auve (he .ilarm. and veaaala
were aetit out, to the aid of ihe l.e..n
OMMatla from BrtMM, Tamnio.
ilrandi and Hurl.
Mlni-e the baglnninR uf An(lo
prenih nperullona aKiilnal (he Ourda
nellea. Kremh warehlna in ih.. v.lrl
otic have limited (heir u-ilvaiao in'
uni. hing ihe .(mil of (ilrandi with
Ihe Idea of preventing nn Aualrlan
MMMHanM earaplng from the Adrl
alle. nl the head nf whli-h la loln,
Ihe Aualrlan naval hum-, .ml renilt-
ing tin- roue! uf Tmke Thia patrol
.nil na i.n i ( i. .. I.i . I v l. .,.,,1,., , ihn
veeaela .if the iilll.a oper.iilng agttlnat
i m liui Unm
The Miliim.tine whl.-h iiIIhi ked (hi
II UltllllM-IIll .nine Hum I 'iltt II ...
"ii lha eualern rojat of the Adii.ii..
an Aualrlan pun about SS mile
from Miintn Marin Uua puiiu. Tbla
ill.itnnce . uiild have neeu Huvaled liv
itiNtance l ould have neeu Iravaled
.... .,,,,,. , . ,
iInr aiinmiirliie In ulnuii iwetity h'-"
: '
ra
rri.ni n . r na.-ra were laal
V . "irull between the
"f ' e Itallnn
" appanag iii .i the l -r. (uuk up
i--o" h uouni nan wu Iuiwiiiw
"""la HOoTw Laura mid the lireek
labmd or Othoai There (he i raft
waited fur II play, uud whan lha
oppmiunli) . fr. i.-.i dtaaharfav ia
mrpedo agulnat tin- Uaop (laanbella
whli h nn. ..f ihr. i r'rein h afllH
ra d-.liiK put ml duly. ,
It la believed Ihe l.enn Oambeltil
had un board a new iiumherliiK 7 14
men. Inrliuliim :'j ,,ff,eia a major
ity or the mat aaia aaSaca at the
time the , rmaer aa aunk.
''aa. - - - .-eyi.wwiw
mile The (;-miniia anmiiim e I -i.iiur,-
,.r I 'rem i, p ,Nltuii. nui ili
nl t- Moult, nml i In. d.-f. al nf
l-TtiMti nllailta ni oilier tadnl.
Mllllan oMrnib.iia of irlll.nl
Impotlaiice are im umlei a,
aliiuiKiitHaiiu.lt In (lire.. dMIm t
lleil nf at l Inn
Iii Mamlcra Hie i.t riumia omv
jMW nre . inn ..I tt it it Un- iirii
laili. I'elgluua unit I rem h In m
Iniiiulc fur uiuait-ry of the tiarrl
nr ggajf - Iraar , nnal, where
x'ternl iuiihiIm iirh Hiere laaj-ur-rml
tthai waa M-riapa the miiat
lerillaje -triigub- nr the war ihua
far
In iIm-( arinihlaiiN (lie Kti.idanM
again are u ; Hie urTtMialvn
III .. no id. i of iii. it i. ., i ef-
fH-(a In ... I oli-r Hi. im ..ml, un
lain. nn.. Iliiiucary.
At il.. in 1. 1 in. il.-. il,. alllew
Itate .in tvnle.l hi landing; triHHjai
nu lailh aJdea uf I.(. atralla. In-
unguiniliiu tl nil a,i inmi and
"in alltanipl al tile tantqMwt of
I oll.lllllllliople. 11111,.;,
ii ...iiili in Iii u,,i,i,, ,,, frniKV
lehwraidia iliai Hi,, (,,-miau iiiri
(o turn tin- ii-it Itrltlah Hunk m-ar
prt h... i. nl,., atll ,h(, tjenuana
hate Itiaeti ilii keil i.i. al-
tlmugli the tialtlf atlll gaagtlWMa
Wlih iltihmte. I',.,,, i, military
in. i are nautkiua uf aa--
tilting it,, theory lia( plan
if Hie (.erinaiia la o break
il i:i, iH. Kngllali ihannel. but
llie rmiaril It u. uii-iii Hta( Mil
il Imue . .mi,, I,.,,, uf (roup
Ml h a hmi.,,1 friHit in. 'in.
thai (In- pit -t in drive l prefNir
ni. .i in aunie uuire Imiainnnt un-
deriukini: n IP-tglan
ailitianiitit in. 1 1 in i Hie (ier.
min ait,,, k la a4iilng In Inri-a.
It la aald tile artillery lire acaluat
Ihe in I' ... front haa l.n::. I. died
way.
Italy la ailll ,i nn- IIm qnra-
Hon ttluthiM- ahe i, .ii InlerveiM
In llu- war. Tin- Italian ainuai wi
ld .1 III flUIU'e. IHH- Of llll. -I alini
liioiual home In t miaull Willi Hie
Hot eminent, haa had a bmt -tt-i.
t. .... wllli Hie i. ni.- . inn eriilim
(iiieruatloiial uffalrM.
- EIBHT SNIPS
THE NORTH SI
ILL CUSSES Of
ships 11
BUTTLE LINE
Commander of Norwegian
Belgian Belief Ship Stop
ped by Flagship bnt Per
mitted to Proceed to Eng
land. I 'union. tpHI as (SiSS p. an.)
min HiiMlt, inmmllim a
NiMMeguwi atnwner . Iiaruaml hy
U Ib4alnu nalkaf Iiii
reaarlH tlaa preM-niv In the Nnrrtt
aaa, nf n Ltniiiiii fl.iai wwaalirrlaaT
im If.. Hutu .itli-eluiii uaH-h
all lold."
a. n MR, ahae rrrni I haa
)jat U) a.rl II ,,.,. ,1,.,,
whlh. tnuaana; the orih x-a he
waa In hi up by one uf Hi.
.trituin timiata. rter nn ga
aniltialhin of Ida latpera lie raa
(K-iiniiied tu prta-eetl. 'llu- (ier
man fleet .,n . . .. ,1 1 .. l nf yea.
aria nf n elaaarw fnitn laal tic--hip
In toiiHiio laHMa.
Tin- , m.l nf CaiMaln a ,..
Jul wlaanr In tlar
Xnrtli aea Ih- aighled Ihla tnr.
man fieri, ha. naif lain an
MaaSaajaV SEEKING CHICAGO
MEN CHARGED WITH
TRUST LAW BUSTING
I'hlcugo. April IN. I'nllad Btalaa
deputy marahula toduy bagun humlnc
for the . ..nn. i. tula, electrical fixture
men und labor Irudera who wera
named In aril-,i,,, ml lndic(menta hjr
a federal grand ury hero yealerduy.
ehuraeal with vluluiina the Intrratula
cummi-rce and antl truat lawa.
Tin- kaata aHattoa iH thai ihe tS
fi n. Inula i tinapired to keep mm-untun
unit leg and unit lea noiiufin t ured
nutaide Chic ago fiom roaatfta mto ihe
i Ily. H vtn. i-m.ecled Ihul intuit ol
Hi.. difemluiilN would aurrender tul
lllllMrlly Thcie are one hundred of them
i-iuhteeii labor leader, forn -uiu- , m
Plnyera ,,nd fortv-une flrma heiul.-d
by (hee employera.
WILL TRY AGAIN TO
PA3S WATER POWER
LEASING MEASURE
W.iahlngd.n. April 'JR.- Secretary
I niu .-minium cil ludny that the water
pnwtr eualnK hill, whh'h failed In
'be Inul un.aa, will he reiniro-
tlui'il and pMaaat aa un admlnlrirn
Hon ineiiaiire In Ihe coming cungreaa.
The hill (a of Ireliiendoua llll...l I . M. .
In the weal
In hla MIIM..IIIH mnent Mr. I .a lit
potata to ra-purl. uf caMlaadldiilion uf
MMwar i panlea in riilnriaSii. riah.
Idaho, Muntaiii mid Waahluatatl
Which Wnlllil .l.i. e llfti ,,,.r , ,., ,,(
(he developed aler pew of Ihe
weatern atalaa under alnale control
un lidded reiiaona why the ndmlitla
Irutlnn hill ahould be aatoMk puaaed
lu anfeguurd the public Inleraat of
the prtaginl nml future.
NEW HEAD OE
Z. H. Bliu of Warren Post Is
Elected -Department Com
mander at Las Vegas To
day; This City Gets Next
Meeting.
Kaal Iwia Veuii .. N. M Anrll II.
With the atari nf a. . uu of Al-
buquarque aa I. Murttneui commaud-
r and the aeh.iiun uf that citv ua
tha next meeting place ihe New
N,,M MaanpmatM of the inund
Army of the i:.iuble adlournetl Ita
mealing he'e I y. nihcr .irn.era
alaalaS are .- W, Mherley. I,na Crli
cea, a. .i,,, . ., , . uminander: V. ti.
illiey. I.aa 'ey i. Junior vice i-iilu-mandrr
m,,,iI, II Hlmpaoii. T.iou.
medical din i i J. ij -u, ,.. A-
buiiiartuc, nilJtiiaBI.
IB
ALBUQUERQUE IN
GRAND ARMY
PROSECUTION ENOS
EXAMINATION
OF COLONEL
I
Attorneys for Barnes in $50,
000 Libel Suit Annonnoe
They Are Through With
the Witness This Morning.
COLONEL DENIES HE
ABBREVIATED NAMES
Declares He Said "Mr. Mur
phy and Mr. Barnes" When
Telling People of Political
Delinquencies of the Gen
tlemen.
ftyrai-uaa. N. T.. April SI.
Theialure Hunaavelt told todttr aa
a wltneaa in Ihe :.m .i.m libel aiilt
tirouflhl aaalnat him by Wl'liam
i : .. mis why, whaa auvainur al
-New Turk and preatdent uf lha
United tataa, ha f on f erred with
former Unilad Hlatea Hiviat.ir
Thumaa C. Piatt "(ha boaa."
While ha waa governor of Xaw
Tnrg, the colonal deelarrd he dta
. uaac.i thlnga with Manalur Plait
bei-uuee he had fnuad out thai
the legialuture ubeyaHl hla i.
And the wltneaa alluusht It .aat
when there waa uay IlkaliiiooJ or
thai lawmaking body uf h titi
dlaagraalaa with him to Srat go
to haadquurtera and talk thlnxa
over. Purthar, aa auvernor, (ha
nduuel aald he dh) not wan; to
run any chancea of dUruima
the Hepubilcan pan...
Aa proaideiit of tha Hailed
Hlatea, thv colonel readily admit
ted hai a. .inferred rainatantly a Hit
Ihe aenatiir (mm New Y ir an
il manner of thing-, lie aald he
1 .1 lued I he aellatul a ud '- ii- a id
Mauled lu laKe udvuntnaa of hla
wltle egperien.e.
Theae atutementa wera Inada la
reply to iiueatluiia uakad t.te col
une during the eariy part nf bia
re-dlrei I cauminution, hla irnaa
uiuininutluu by cnuneel fur Wlll
tuin Ituinea havlna been tfta
eluded toduy.
The colonel ana maun acHtro en
the wltii.-. alund. He ralaol hia
vohm and tioinied on the Wltneaa
aland until t'ouuael fur air. Barnaul
i .. I.-, in m lib i he
aourt aguuiM what they (erine I
hig "aeaticuladoaa."
When Juatlce Andrew aaa-auded
Ihe bench he wurned Ihe Jury ng.t.u :
leading (he ueaapapera.
Mr. I una naked llu- lolupel wheth
er he reinvmlitied making a apvv it
lit lluJatin h'uila lu lll.
The apeeLh at Hudaon Pull, waa
Hun i nl In il Culonel Kooaevell
wna reporleil ua auylna Mr. Harnei
wua u menu. tu tha atute uf New
Vurk und thu( ir he wa a manure
in. line ulu.'tlun he wua "a dmSMM
yet."
John II. Id. were. Colonel Itooae
velt'a chief t ounael ubjea ketl. The
oajactluu ua- uierruled.
Ill aaulher apec h Culonel Koine
veil ,mh . ii.il a-al na aalug, but he aald
he wua in or. a Ily quoted "(hu( Mi.
II. und Mr. M." ahuuld be in (hu
aume parly. The apeech wna dellaei
i d lr Murutugu. In It the colonel waa
ubio quoted aa aaying thut uOe toll
I role New York and HI other cnn
n. .ia Albany.
'olunrl Kooaeveit aatd the apeech
waa aubatantially rorrari, but part, uf
(hinga he hud aald had been led uut
and pan had been almrlenad und uV
t-'Oiraatay reported.
"I aever aald Mr. K. and Mr. M
Hu i ulonel aald. 1 aald 'Mr. llurne
uud Mr. Murphy.' '
In unuther epae h I'ounel Ituuae
veli wua quoted ua auylag that Mi.
V iiiiinun wua ..ii.- uf the inoai eitl- 1
leal inairumenia or Tammuuy.'' Aa
iibjeotlon on Ihe reading nf Ihla
apeeth ana aualulned.
In a apeech dallvarod at Malone.
v y., Colonel liooaeveli charged thai
Mr. Haine and Mr. Murphy were in
iilluaion in regurd (o elecllan.
An objaHllun to u queatiun on ihla
I uaauaje waa alao euatainad.
Mr. Itlna read u apeet h by tha wlt
neaa at Olovaraville. In It Culonel
Koi.aa.iell waa lepreaenied aa euylna
ihul he wouldn't aay Mr. Murphy'
ii ml Mi. Baruea' prim Iplee ware tha
nine iiu.'miae he waa ant aurw they
had any principle.
t liu' wua your ralary aa preal
deal ni llu- I'nued Statea.
"Kilt, thuuaand dullara."
"lil.l .nnsieaa appropriate Ji,UU
fur yuur irui cling eapanaag?
Mr. Uoer' objection waa aua
lamed Mr. Ivln then announced ho waa
thruuah with tha witaeaa.
Mr. Mowera Immediately prepared
tu beain re-diieci eaamlnallon uf (he
wltneaa.
"i ulonel Kitoaevelt. dn you remrm-
ROOSEVEL
"You remembar ha naked that W
th report ahavwed Mr. Carnatla inn
irlhutrd IJ.D and Mr. Parkina 110 .
I 00 you would doubt It?"
I remember thai."
' Ton remember y.m aald 'I have rr
l.tuht ..f It if iron are reading from
Ihe . in. ini report,' and h anwwered;
'I am ran. ling from the official ru
port r "
"I remember that."
"All tight, I'll now read from the
teallm.iay of Khmer Dwear, ee raUry
of the Republican natloaa'l eommlt
tee before the I'lapp enmmlttM."
In hla testimony aa read, Mr. txri-er
whn gave to the Invratlaatlng com
mitter a Hat uf contributors aald he
aa not by any maun certain of It
it marines or at-rura y.
Culonel Kiiuaeialt ami led hrondly
.while the inner testimony waa batoc
rand.
Vow. Calami nonaeveU," Mr. Bow.
era wenl am, "do you know whether
Mr. Cortelyou waa n wltneaa oeforo
the ciapp mmlttpt. which inveaM
gated campaign ronirlbuttona?'
"Tae."
Caaaael for Mr. Barnea objected.
"Why." adld Mr. Bowers, "I want
In ahow that the Clapp commltle
never made aay such report as Mr.
Ivlna represented having; bean mad.
Mr. Ivlna' rtaarea war taken from
teatlmiiny n wltneaa aald h waa not
sure was correct.
"As a matter of fact I Inland to
prove that Thumaa Tnglarl testified
i hat the Democratic hooka were loat,"
Mr. Ivlna then said he mad no at
tempt In total the suhacrlptlona but
that Colonel Booeevalt himself had
aald that Mr. Cortelyou ha t told htm
the fund waa about half the else of
President McKlnley'e, or about tt.-
atitti anil.
Mr flowers replied. "Read tha rec
ord,, In (his anise. Here Culonel House .
veil says I assume you are reading
Trom, the official report." and Mr. IvlBag
replleal 'I am. '
Juatlce Andrews remarked that all
thing i-onalderad. tha evidence alyen
by Mr. Cortelyou he fore another tri
bunal wa not to ha taken la thl oa
aa a fact
In reply to vaeatfoaie by Sir. Bow
ers, t 'ulonel llooseveK aald that the
attorney "had railed hi attention"'
.to testimony nefore the Clapp com
mittee In ihla way the defense tot
before the Jury th teetlmony from
the hearlna of Ih Clapp cowniiite
The Isstlmnny of a eon of Cornellua
N. Hllsa, ireaaurer of the Republican
national committee waa read. Re
ceipts produced by Mr. Ritas' son
acre fur contribution of leaa than
13,0110,000.
Me) your conversation with Mr.
'..rlelyou," aald Mr. Rowans.
"It waa," said Culonel Rooaevelt.
"tan yeara ago. It wa t tha effect
we had received about half of what
Preatdent Mt-Klnley had. I waa mis
taken .then I said Mr. Cortelyou told
me our contribution In IM4 wera
)!,oiio,iioi. I had $I,500,ooo ia aay
mind when I ld that. That waa
something like the fajure President
McKinley' fund totalled. Min la
lot, Mr. Cortelyou told me, waa
about tl.Kon.Ooo, I waa In error.
mCH WATER STILL
DAMAGE
IN TEXAS
Rains Appear to Have Ceased
and Believed Worst Is Over
in Flood Swept Districts of
Texas and Oklahoma.
Houston. Texas, April SI. Caa
tnil ami kaiuth Texaa flood eondi
tuuia imitroved a(eui((l lust nlah( und
today, atrrnathenlnc the belief that
the worat la over, ulthmiah all irana
atut at reams are nut of banks at
many points and damnae la cuntln
ii, nu No rain, however, has fallen
uloiiy ihe lower reaa-hea uf Ihe river
in more ihun forty-eialil hnura and
the vatera are recedlnc aluwly.
i rests uf north Texas floods will
not arrive for severar days and by
(Sat time It la believed the southern
ik ere hnve fallen enough to eh-
aide the water to paaa Into the tult
without trouble
(lova rumen! otflctala reiterate tan
wart tit; Ihm ihe chlf center of dis
turbance la ulona the loarr aweep af
the Colorado river.
ma al I .ii i Worth.
Port Worth. Tex . April tl. Fort
Worth today faced a seti-iu flood
situation heeauee of the new rtee that
swept down the West Pork laal mght.
Hig aiiuaa of men wera at work
en enamelling the levees.
i i.i ti . i Over st Tula.
Tulsa. Data., April It.- With th
Arkaneua river registering a rise of
nine feet, one fool lower than Tuva
day, 'all flood danger, aa far as this
POStltta of the valley la loncamed, to
ui a. cm, to have passed.
IN
ZAPATA REPORTS
5
Of OBREGQN
CUT OFF
Carranza Coramender and
.Representatives at El Paso
Immediately Deny Victor
ious Amy in Danger.
EASTERN ftOMORA CLEAR
OF VILLA FORCES
Correspondent McCleary, Re
ported Shot by Carranta,
Turns Up wad fays He Is on
First Chiefs Payroll.
Woshlnaton, April tl. -Kapaia
forcea operutlmy lash Hid rlaaeral Ob
roa. th t'arraaaa commander, at
Claya have cat hi rail and wire
-n m it in tu rat ions and have dettruyad
part of Ihe railway betcreea the cap
ital und Vara Crua fhiral IVeet.
Prealdeni Wlbaun'a pereonal rvpra
aentatlve. l held n) i (rain da
ta yod by ih break,
nat'd at S9 Pwao.
CI Paao. Tessa. Anrll ta. Aaalraa
tlarcia. the Ca.-ramta Wal here,
dksplayed laNksy a telecrain from
(leneral Dbrecon. which heal haa
aent yesterday from trapuato and re
ceived by way of the Vara Crur
Uaiveaton table. Thin wa offored aa
proof that ih l arraaaa oommaadar
had not been cut off from biibM
cud. ma with Ueneral Carrsnaa at
Vara Prua. tuffc it aatVlaaa to.Hi
tailed to report aay Uahtlna at ataft
equence between Irapuato, Obra
n' , and 'lOMt - erWawrss.
where Ih Villa molilllaallon under
way.
I leneral Uircsnn bu rn.,rl,l Ihe
occupation by Carre No fereea of Mo
rel Is, an impatient tdwn In Mlchaa-
can state, south of the scene of the
picsei.i con fibre. Tha atateinaat
Vlaiuml control aver tha entire stale.
In which eeavral btrw mmint prap-
ertle or locsiad.
KVHTKMN SOMIH-t KMtN IKTKU
t i it oi iu,i tihmsph
Aaua Prleta, Honor, April tl.
lenerul P. Klua 'alias, Carraaaa
i-uniinander in Honaira, haa received
a telearam from I 'nlonal Mlfuel Ha-
manlean that eastern Monora aa far
aa Hahuarlpa. 110 mites aauih tH
here. had I area cleared of Villa
triMipa
Samanleato stated that lha laamBl-
wed their
a aov urn
appear. drew lo
ir Mayte-
Villa forcea, he said,
ward I'rea, when Oov.
r. nu, who la a Villa partisan, la un-
i-i-i to be mobillalni an array.
KidHWta la VYrwaujt AgMu.
(lulveslun. Teaaa. April It. Philip
K. McCleary. the American newa-papa-rman,
lecently reported aan
lamed to death by Uensral Ca-ransa,
arrived bare today oa tha steamship
city of Tamplco, fr-m Vera t'rua.
He aald he had no (rouble wkth
Ihe Cerransa (overnment, but la em
ployed in Ha awa sarvlce.
Plawal Mail teaUtv to (a.naulraa-y.
Ivta A liar lea, April !.
A vllaa. r. inner auvernor
t ..in .i ,,i i. und r'rana UM'o
liwer
m-o A yogi and
if Man Uisao.
in the federal
lierunlmo tlaudovc
("al.. plruded not g
dtetria-t cour( hen
dlatinsnt charting
1st American aat
urmeal met) lata
fnurt her today to an In-
barging cnaapiracy lo trio
arlrsn neutrality by sending
men .ni. Mexico. Harry
asnerai manager of th
i-lea Timea Walker Hvwklrr.
ral It. J. Vlljoen. a Roer,
d until May 17 to pasad
indh tmenta
INTERNATIONAL
HARVESTER DENIES
YUCATAN CHARGES
Washington,
iiatinnal Hrv
formally dvnle
that It had at
compeiuom la
rhaae of steal
knuw ledge uf
Carranaa govei
agenia had ui
stag departme
cats.
iter
nday nnd disclaimed
i made by tha
thai on of Ii
name of (h
irthvr Its Inter-
..ar.Ua
ONLY SIGNATURE OF
GOVERNOR NEEDED TO
LEGALIZE BOXING
lanalng, Mich-. April (Me!f
Oovernor Ferris' sigaatwie ia li sstlrrl
to legalise boxing cantvats In Mu ht
aan under contra! of a state conuuia
slun The house of reprraeniaiotu
today (i ad (he senate bill, la 4.
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