El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 35TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Friday, April 23, 1915 Page: 1 of 12
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- Thousands of Visitors to the Exposition Are Passing Through El PasoIhey Should
Stop Off Here
EL PASO: TEXAS FRIDAY APRIL 23 1915
MILLIONS HUNGRY TWO ARIZONA OFFICERS JAILED
IN POLAND WHERE
ADDS TERROR TO
BRINGS TALE OF MISERY
AND OPPRESSION FROM
PEOPLE PERSECUTED BE-
CAUSE AUSTRIA SUSPECTS
ALL POLES OF DIS-
LOYALTY; JEWS WORST
ON CHARGE OE HANGING DANDIT
SUSPECTS TO FORCE CONFESSION
Third Degree Prove Fatal According to Story of Survivor of
Three Brothers Leon Who Was Left for Dead But Man
aged to Release Himself from Noose.
FOUR LIVES LOST
IN TEXAS STORM
By the Auaeiate Pre
London April J. Seven million Pole or
whom two million arc Jaws are in dire
seed or food. This statement was made
today by Hermann Lamida a Jewisn
philanthropist associated wren various Jew
lab cuantíes in London. cf
"Of these sufferers. s.MCOon are east or
the Vistula river and t.WO.onn west or the
river." Mr. I. sumían said. "The Jews are
even poorer than the Gentiles because or
the boyrm attains! I lie Jews In parts
Poland before the war which Impoverished
itiousands whlrh otftrwls would have
been able to provide Tor their famine
Political and religious prejudice against
the Jews also renders Ibelr condition worse.
In parts or Poland evacuated by the tier-
mans many Jews art; living on potato peels
nun garbage Dy lire army.
"The Russian government has been con
siderate In Its treatment or Jews in the
portion of Poland urrupled by Russian
troops bul the Jews are sorb-ring greatly
rrom persecution In the portion of Galicia
which Austria still holds as Austria sus-
pects all Poles or disloyalty"
British cheered by uhhiv.
At ( lit Vis 0' ARMY STRENGTHS
the strength and condition or the British
army given In the house or commons by
David 1. 1' (I (it-urge chancellor of the t-
I'liequer. and Harold J. Tennant. partí
meotavy secretary or the war orrice have
increased the enthusiasm or the people or
England. AccordJnjr to the two officials
the output of amnuuiltton next month win
amount to twenty five limes what It was
last September confidence in lb cause
whleh the allies are waging In Europe Asia
and Arnca baa increased greatly by The
accounts given by the ctuyicellor and the
Troops la Excellent Condition.
Supplemented the statement of the rnan-
cellor that Ureal Britain baa more than
thlrty-slxe divisions ur troops on the con-
tinent and Hun the output or munitions Ms
been enormously Increased Mr. Tennant
today speaking on behair or lbs secretary
ror war Lord Kitchener declared that re-
cruiting has been most satisrartory and
gi an Tying; that the health of the Iroopa
v splendid and that the wounded were
Hi the London hospltata twenty -rour hours
after lliey were stricken In France He
'Wished to Impress upon the country ine
necessity ot Increasing the supplies or ar
tillepy ammunition adding:
Limitless Asaaauelllon Needed.
"There lg no limit to the amount required"
The rrankness or the cabinet ministers
In making known the number of men at
tin- front and the reports that reach Lon
don rrom various sources have convinced
the people thai at last the big effort against
c.-rmany arid turkey Is about to rum
menee. 10 the Aegean and North seas tuero
are signs of increasing activity from to
day all steamboat coimunnlcallon with Hoi
land la slopped by ordur or the British
Taken In connection with the news rrom
Merlin that British submarines have
In the tight off Helgoland where me uer-
luan admiralty lays claim to having sunk
one vessel and perhaps ore. this U
lieved to foreshadow some movement
tin North sea while there is no lower any
endeavor to hide the fact that a big AnrR
French rorce Is prepared to to as lesera!
d Auiads. the I reneh commander has saw
"to any point where It la required."
A Herman report says that part of tnis
force which la under command or 1 Hunts'
mi lan Hamilton has been lasMwd al
a Turkish town near the Turko Bulgarian
border on the northern aide of the Uuir
or Sarus. unaer Us support or the allied
f le i ai ibe same tune ibera la news or
transports loaded with troops passing the
ami or i.ejiuios. icni rar rroiu the
trance of the Hardtuelto. anal or otuers
being aigheeil orr Smyrna on Hie coast of
Asia Minor Tills makes 11 uncertain where
the blow s to be sirurjt. There are Anglo
trench troops In iba Aegean including
sen ag alear and English "TasnnYaea."
Turkish Arsi) In risli Retreat
runner east kg Msespotosnia Use Turkisn
army mm n was sent to bar Uss RrMian ad-
vance rrom Use bead of Uss Persian gulf
alter baring suffered s.qoe casualties la M
full reireet. harassed not only by the nni-
isk. but by the 'Arab Ir abasasen wnom tney
had enlistad on their side and nine new
that the Turks heve been dtfeeied. nava
turned against llln .
Nearer boose tbr Brillan are holding le
uaiiousiy to Mill en. uear Yprea. wu.cn
ibey captured from Use Jaratan en eetur
day and ww.h Use Herman bare aver
sntto been trying to reiaJU. Tb r renca
are pressing hard on inn two state of Mat
iirnuan triangle in usa. Woe re.
Mnselaa Repulse Austria Atlas h
The Russians ror usatr pert are. at com
p Seersal Ware te the Timet
Tucson. Aria.. April . Frank Moore
a deputy sheriff and Robert Krnter.
county ranker are in I he county Jail
charged with murder for having hanged
the i con brothers alleged bandits while
administering a "third degree" Instead of
shooting them in battle as reported two
days ago. The hanging occurred In Lonely
gulch near Fort Ureatervllle. an Isolated
settlement In Mie Santa Rita mountains
where the officers were searching for a
man charged with having spirited away a
Juan Leon one or the brothers died on
the rope according to Jose Maria Leon
who Is at the point of death from (be er-
rects or strangulation. The third brother
Francesco wag left ror dead but released
himself while his toes Just touched the
ground and la supposed to have wandered
away in the mountains and died.
After their arrest Moore and Fenier are
said by county orriclals lo have admitted
hanging the Leon brothers but declared
they did it while trylmfto rorce. tbem to
reveal the whereabouts or Antonio Fjirlnas
a Meilcan charged wliu kidnapping M(a.
Loretta Yanez The orrirers also claim
the Leon brothers threatened lo kill Ihem
ir they did not get out of the mountain
rouniry immed'stcly. s
Members or the Leon ramily assert that
Moore and Fooler took the three men out
of their home Monday. When the Leons
railed to return that night a party. Includ-
ing a Justice or the peace set out to rind
lie in Juan was found dead and Jose
who Is said to be dying made a statement
that all three had been hanged.
Rherlfr Forbes or Pima county today
swore out warrants charging Deputy
Moore and County Ranger Frnter with
murder and placed them In Ibe county
Two months ago a rich Mexican widow
FOR LOST JULIET
named Yanes. rr Orealervllle dlaappeared
A short time after Antonio Anc.nas
appeared wllh sn alleged bill of sale trans
ferrlng her herd of estile to him.
vestlgation convinced the sheriff mal the
document was a forgery and thai
widow had been murdered. He swore
out a warrant for Enema who slipped
across the border Into Mexico and cleaned
orrirers watched his house and when he
slipped back at inlghtnlght one night a week
ago a revolver battle ensued when
officer tried lo pul talm under arrest
He was wounded but again escaped.
Since then deputies hkve been guarding
the ureatervllle dlstrlrt and on Sunday
iwo nrntnrrs in law or Encinas goi
drop on them and the orrirers were order
ed to leave the country on penalty o
death. The following day the offlrers ar
rested trie three Leon brothers and It Is
rharged they look them to Lonely gulch
and tiring the. hand and foot hung
tnem to a tree. Hilarlo Leon was round
dead or strangulation Jose Marta I. eon is
dying or strangulaLon after being
ien in ine desert sun twenty hours.
francisco Leon It missing lo an ante
mortem statement jsc ant ton depuMM
tied them all and then hung them one al
a time. Hn saw his two brothers hung.
men nis turn came. He believed the miss
ing man crawled rr Into the brush and
When this evidence was brought in al the
coconers inquest the sheriff arrested
own deputies and they are bclnir held
without ball. The Orealervllle district is
on Ibe border of Mexlrn and trouble be
iween Americans and Mexicans Is of Ion
NEW YORK Hi SBANH III M AMIS QUARTER
Or A MILLION DOLLARS FROM
Ausiitan alias ks ou iheir positions
sow Uses! of Lufchow Mae at tbr l arpe
iblans. and are holding their own against
Use A airo tlersnan Torta na sbeer llanas
near ijuriiro. In w. acero Uslwu. and sir
By the Attociétett Press
New York Apnl W. The second trial of
the saso.ouo damage suit brought by Max
Frederick kleist a chaitrreur against his
father In-law Edward N. Breilung was be
gun today In the I'nlled states district
Kleist alleges that the affections of his
wre Juliet were alienated by her rather
who prevented her from living with him.
Jury was quickly chosen today. Ed
ward Crowley klelsl's counsel in outlin-
ing his case answered that Miss Brettung
had conducted the courting that ibe couple
had kept secret their marriage and tnat
his client waa "an humble coachman un-
acquainted with the ways of the world."
while .Miss Breilung waa widely lraveh-d.
Delancey Nlcoll. Mr. Breitung's lawyer
untuned the defensa. Kleist he said came
to the Jury with this plea; "I was a sim
pie country swain with a heart untouched
by love and this rich and elegant lady
became smitten with my fatal beauty
proposed to me and I married her."
Mr. Nlcoll declared the facta "were very
far away from the story outlined by
"The defendants are the mother and
father of a foolish girl married when nut
Lyet out or her 'teens. She was only elgn
teen when he met her She had never been
m society al all. sne was aiwaya cnaper
ooed by her tnuthcr and. to rar aa I can
tee wat never wooed by a nobleman or
Little time was lost In placing Klelat
on the stand After identifying sfrertionale
letters written by Juliet to Kletsl before
and after their marriage the witness or
scribed an effort he made to see his wife
while she was slopping with her parents
at a hotel In this city. Re testified thai
Mrs breilung had there Intuited him and
MUcked his character lie quoted her at
saying "you caiatot see Juliet one doet
not love you any more."
kleist said be insisted upon seeing bis
wire and finally sic- appeared weeping.
The witness testified that Mrs. Breilung
lold him lie was unable to support her
daughter and ikal later Nr. Breilung of
rered bun a good iositlon m New Mexico
He lold baa rather in law. be said mat tie
did not want to go so rar away.
Later. Klelsl said lie weul again to ine
Breilung' hotel la response lo a telegram
trom nis wire
"I aael my wife." be testified as
red mm my arma and said 'Mat I aun
at you Don't mind what nor ralbar and
mother say. aa mother Jual hales you.' '
Letters frota Juliet to Max were iban
introduced la one the young woman said
"I live only for you 1 will go lo the
end of Use world ror yon because I trust
Another letter from in. toons wuman
to Max read
I wlU tber letve ine family M snooi
myself My Ufe Is lo your hands Your
ttslsi Manned thet he waa not or multad
to ant Julie l to add her goodbye before no
left New York for Rest Mexico on nanean
bar ta. IMS.
Wlkru adjournment was latas until w
orrvw usurante. Mr Crew ley mnttta al
torney. announced mat he bad .ubt-eoacu
JuJtgi sjreMung tin fee lbs i ...
ibe trial bul mal aa bar siu.ru. bad
to produce her during ine trial
DAY'S SUMMARY OF
By f he Auociattd Press
Impending ..per. lions in the North sea
are thought lo be foreshadowed by the
Incursion of Hellish submarines In Hel-
goland hay and the embargo on all
shipping between England and Holland.
During Ibe peat week Ibe activity el
Ibe tie rea aa submarines baa deereaaed
to a oiarbrd degree and eolarldentally
British submarines of whlrh uulhlng
had been beard ler months have put
In an appearance and art abparrnliy
operating along the Unman coast and
around Helgoland. The German ad-
miralty's report announcing these op-
erations say thai ene of Ike British un-
derwater erafl was sank en April 17.
The fart that Great Rrllala has al-
ready sent mere I han 7U.tNM) men across
the channel lo l ranee as announced by
the . heoeeilor of the cxracqucr In the
bouse of commons may indicate a leex-
riorary cessation ol the transport at
roups lo I he rontlneul wllh a conse-
quent releaar ol some ol the warships
thai hair been guarding the lane.
Whatever the Intention of the govern-
ment the British people are convinced
mat luiiiuriani natal rveul are llkrl
I o ore
occur within a comparatively brie
ja lb i i se stated JtJaM
Waahaagtua. Aim tt tareas of tusen
atetara part of iba ansae provéate ran exporte near imparls at March una
aitt.be aptssrenUy aro beata enana year waa Hm.nta.tci tan largest favor use.
the object el bnidang Iba Riisatsaa I trade balance far Herri in the biesort of
The campaign oa lead has supplied
no engagements thai alleel the situs
Hen. In Alsace the Frenen continue to
riush forward alung the Ferhl riser la
he direction ol Colmar. la Belgium
the Germen and British are lighting
desperately lur the Important strategic
point known as Hill eu which the
British raptured scleral days ago with
beet y leases te both sides.
On the eastern aide Ibe lata armies
la Ibe Carpathians are rngnged at uif
ferent points wllh the determination lo
heller their advantages not withstand -lag
Ibe enormous dliilrulllea.
An lalermillrat bombardment al Ibe
Dardanelles Is bring carried en by the
tilled warships while al Ibe same lime
transport loaded wllh troops are en
the seas er base already reached their
destination preparatory lo Hie Inaug-
uration or operalions by laud against
Wlnslon Spencer churrhill Urst lord
al Ibe admiralty aad victor Augag-
neur the French minister er marine
heve held roalerrarra recently en the
subrcl ol Ibe Dardanelles bombard-
mrnl M. Augagarur urrlared that the
for. In if ol the slrslls Is perfectly least -
nie. sen neiere lene is
denUy desired will
Ul Us Ml IIHIIIIh I BOARD.
Proprietary Medicine Manufacturer
Uy (be associated Press
sen Francisco. April The resignation
of Dr. John A Fallen a proprietary medí
cine manularlurer as rnalrmao ur ibe book
committee or the Methodist book Concern
was accepted here today by the committee
tl lis annual meeting. Rev. W E Conner.
or Pittsburgh was named lis bis sleed.
Dr. Patina lives in t.hatlaoooga. Teon. Ills
resignation was tendered he wrote because
re did o i wish to "embarrsss" the com
inttlce by bis connection with it. Medical
and oilier journals bav.r union arlirlei
about bis busluess wblrb led to suits
It was said thai Dr. Patten wuuld prop
ably withdraw later from bis position as
a lie-muer of . r hoard of education of the
u. t iisi fcpiscopal church an
tie boeid of managers of Iba Free Oman's
society of the cburrh.
James A Juy. or New Vnrt. ssslatani
editor of the christian Advócale Iba ksad
publication or ibe church waa mad.
editor. succaaaaM Or. Ueorgo p. -- s"
hi RRir.ANE AiroMrtMrn by bjmvy
DtWNrmt SWEEPS LARGE SEI
HON OF STATE
Southern Oklahoma Caught lit Deluge end
Railroad Trafile Is Paralvred by Bolt
Track and Wrecked Bridges.
Ry ike asseoetled Press
htllas. Texas April . Torrential rains
accompanied by violent lightning and high
winds today and toniahi Soaked the great
rr part of eastern Oklahoma and practically
all or Texas causing at h a.t four deaths
considerable property damage washed out
railroad tracks demoralised trim srhed
ules tnd seriously interrupted wire com
iiitinlrallon. The natural gas supply In
Hallas and Fort Worth was rut off by
uprooting of gas mains and service win
not be returned before tomorrow.
Al Chrtstoval H. W. Ooldwlrr was killed
In i passenger train wreck on the Chica-
go Rock Island 4 Pacific railroad near
Hamsdrll. Texaa W. L. Boynton rtremtn
was killed and oirier members of the crew
injured. The wreck was said lo have been
caused by soft roadbed.
Tea passenger and It freights trains are
reported marooned at chlckasha. Okla.
where the Canadian rtver Is out of banks
and has rui a new channel two miles from
lis old bed. One thousand reel of the
Atchison. Topeka a. Santa Fe track has
been washed out at Purreli. iikla. while
service on the Missouri kansas ft Texas
between Dallas and Wichita Fall has been
TEN mil si s HWEPT AWAY AT
At si in and CATTLE PERISH
By f he .issocicfed Prtti
Austin Texas. April M.-Hlgh water In
creeks running through An sun caused the
police and fire departments tonight to pa-
trol the hanks of the stresma. Ten houses
and considerable livestock have rinated
away a.d there are rumors of people
drowned. The rain which began falling
late today was almost a cloudburst and
waa still ratling late tonight.
Between 15 and ao houses lale tonight
were parked against Waller creek bridge.
Two unidentified bodies a man and wom
an were taken from the creek.
shoal creek Is more than a mile pride.
Is regarded as certain there has been
more loss or lire. Rescue squads are tak
ing people orr houses as they rioal by.
This work has been made more dirricult as
the rlly Is now In darkness.
Late i. might authorities announced thir-
teen persons were missing and were be-
lieved to have been drowned.
Bodies ol three negro children were re-
covered at midnight.
charged With Murder.
By the A 9 da text Pre..
nenver. Colo.. Aoril yg Frank Mcortw.
W who is said by the police lo have come
lien- rrom Chicago recently was arrested
today on a charge r murder contained In
a rrquest by Chicago authorities for his ap-
irehcnidun. me llover orriclals aspiro
hat the murder waa committed on the
night of March 3t of this year but gave
no details. McQraw discltlátt any know!
ge or the trralr and declares Ibal be wat
lowi on the dale mentioned.
By the aasocMled Press
London April ft. -(J tí a. ni.) "A small
Greek sailing ship struck a mine during a
voyage rrimi samos Islands to Athens and
IV persons on board including the captain
and two women passengers lost their
lives gays the Athens correspondent or
uie iisiiy Kxpresa.
I he correspondent adds that the mine
drntly was one which had drifted out Into
ine Aegean sea front the iiar.ianeiies.
WAR ON COMMERCE
EfrrGLlSH SECTION 2 PAGES
PRICE 5 CENTS
ROOSEVELT PUTS IN FIVE HAPPY
HOURS ON WITNESS STAND CROSS
EXAMINING HIS CROSS EXAMINER
Roan of Laughter Greet Colonel as Ha Step trom Stand
After Long Stage of Questions Designed to Strengthen
Former Boss Barnes' Claim to $50000 Damages.
NEW RILE DESICNEII TO MAKE MORE
lit Net Hill si VFI TMI. TRADE WITH
ot M iALn ae iMtrci t io rtur.
Pritxlaial teals re blab
tab anejos at
spa. is! true of four private ears armed al
Tpm.su rants at far abe. alabe p. 0.
PetUbuna. general manager. W K. Max sua
sap si ansa di aL f. r uaisrii. as
sisteut iu. re! freight agent. Oliver en dar
siomni ui4ir ma
nad "i tier ul fletáis . osesJosUis UM
Tbny bare baan la southern okle-
pgatagj an banpsriina of waefxoou
traed tuts anaratng aw ta tu be usar
Pattibotw is inter
ty the associated frees
Wishlngton. April . Press dispatches
rrom berlln anuoiinrins important amend
menta lo the Herman prize rules were noted
at the title department today with some
.uncials expressed privately the opinion
thai ir the new rules are correctly outlined
In the dispatches they mark a notable ad
vanee by Oermav toward the absolute ex-
rlusluti or neutral commerce from the high
officials are aven more concerned over
the reported new Unman rule that a ship
wltli conditional rontraband bound ror t
neutral port shall be liable to rapture and
thai the conditional contraband may be
conrtacated without regard to the consignee
tth.-ti the ship Is deslio.-. i ror s neutral
country from whlrh Ibe nations at war
with Germany obtain conditional contra
Since submarines alone of the Herman
naval rraft are able now to uavlgalt the
upen aeas It Is supposed trial enforcement
of Un rule would be accomplished by as-
sertion or the right p. destroy ships and
rargo on the plea of Inability to take ihem
BY COURT ORDEAL
By Ike aseeetelrd fVeat
Syracuse. N. Y.. April W.-Theodnre
Roosevelt rormer president of the I'nlled
states spent five strenuous hours under
cross examination In the supreme court
here today. He admitted without any best
tstion that he had verbally and in writing
discussed with "bosses" the question of
securing the nomination for governor of
the stale of New York. He Identified as
belng his. a letter he wrote to Lemuel K
yulgg of New York t Republican leader
and now a delégale tó the state constitu-
tional ronvenii. n. in which be arquiese.i
In Qtilgg's assurances to former I'nlled
Slates Senator Thomas C. Piatt that he
would. In the event of hla election re-
spect the senator's position as head or Hie
Republican party and would "consult with
him freely and tullv on all important mat-
ten." He testified thai he did confer wllh Mr.
Plait. Rut. he added he did so with regard
to the Interests or the partv. with a genuine
desire to keep th Republican party to-
gether and minimise "the renirlfugal fn-
ritienres" within that party and prevent It
trom riving asunder.
The eolnn. l stepped rrom the stand si the
end of the day amid roars or laughter
ne nad rausen. lie nail neen arguing qnes
lions snd. Inciden' illy asking a Crw of the
attorneys cross examining him about Mr.
Plait s opposition lo a hill Ib the legisla
ture proposing a franchise tax. The wli-
nesa told how he finally secured the pas
sage nf the hill against the wishes or Mr.
Matt and other leaders or the Republican
Then he asked whether on the final
Kassage of the bill whlrh caused the break
etween hlmseir and Senator Piatt he had
seol to the senator In Washington a tele-
gram containing nothing but the two
"I don't remember the telegram" the
colonel solemnly replied.
Then he made a grim rare smiled
slapped his thigh with his open hand and
"But II It rharaeterlatte."
On aeveral occasions Colonel Roosevelt
was more croas examinar than rrots-rx-amlned.
Ills eyei sparkling behind his
glasses he would snap a monosyllable as
answer to a question put to him. aod pro-
ceed tu mase a statement upon his own
account and finally conclude with a query
to Wm Ivrns chief counsel for William
Hemes who Is suing lo recover tSo.OOO from
Colonel Roosevelt for alleged libel. Mr
Ivens petrly tiwsys replied to the question
of the unes before resuming nis ex-
tmlntiloo. In a sort voice that wat tctrctly
audible In the rear or the court room.
"Mr. fvens regarded In legal circles as a
master at the trt of cross crimination
alternately stood and att Ul front of the
witness rhalr a treat pink carnation care
sfi.r the colonel became enthuslastlcsily
emphatic the gray-haired counsellor re-
marked thai the witness was treating him
"as a mass meeting. while on another
occasion he declared Ihsl he hid no de
sire "Id be eaten tin here."
However while long letters between
colonel ltnnsevrtt and Senator plan and
Colonel Roosevelt and Mr. Oulgg were being
read lo the Jury. Ivens stepped on tlw
stand snd enraged the wltoess In a whis
pered conversation whlrh both of Ihem
seeuied to enjoy. The letter had to do
with the relation or Colonel Roosevelt anil
Senator Piatt In regard to the legislation
and political arfairs before and after the
former was governor.
There wat deity in opening rnurt be-
cause of a conference Between attorneys
and Justice Andrews In the letters' cham-
ber. A codt of the report of the Bayne
committee which Investigated Albany
county affairs. Insofar as It related to print
Ing waa admitted to the record. This had
to do wllh contracts ror state printing lei
lo the Albany Journal Barnes' paper and
other concerne tnd the tsslgnment ol
certain or these contracts.
Excerpts from Ibe report were then rrsd.
The rirst pari had to do with gambling
disorderly houses and the payment or
money to various officials ror doing various
things. The report ur the rominlllee was
made in lull
One excerpt was: "The most consplcu
"Did you Investígate the department nf
"Ye hot the investigation wts resented
and we stopped "
"As chairman or that Investigation did
you berome ftmlllar with the methods or
conducting legislative Investlgattonev
"I became familiar with the manner in
whlrh I conducted Ihem."
"Do you know It has been Ibe riistom of
legislative committees to conduct parte
"Some have done so. My committees al-
ways tried in do Justice to both sides.
"Did you Investigate the orrire or the
sheii i r or New York?"
"Yea. and I employed as nor attorney a
man Incapable or doing injustice to any
"Ild the sheriff ever give any evidence
In his own behalf during your investiga
"I can't Just remember. II has been
many years ago. I do remember wiuiesses
appeared on behalf of certain persons
rharged with shortages."
"Did you follow the rules of law during
"I took the advice or counsel. Mr. Perk
nam. I knew mat substantial Justice was
"Recaussvl did It Whenever I do any
thing. I tiy lo see to It that Justice li
The witness then described his campaign
ror mayor or New York on a Republican
clllsens' ticket III HUM. '
"How dl.l you receive the eftltaut' nom-
ination?" Col. Roosevelt explained.
"Isn't It a fací thai the only nomination
you received was the Hipiibllcan."'
"I don i think so."
"Is your memory good?"
"It Is pretty good."
"II hts been good shout certain things
yon have told here hasn't It?"
"How was your campaign carried on?"
"Principally by speeclies. Sometimes al
(Continued on Paga t.)
READY TO ADMIT
VILLA AS POWER
IN MEXICAN WAR
CONSULAR REPORTS CARE-
FULLY GUARDED BY THE
STATE DEPARTMENT IN-
DICATE RAPID PREPARA-
TIONS FOR ANOTHER TEST
OF STRENGTH WITH OBRE-
GON FORCES IN STATE OF
I OM. SIU.E o Ml AMI TOO Ml CM FOR
YOl Sltj HIIM.se AbAlWtTT UNJ
ANliELkn POt HE II in
Angeles. April At Miss fcdilb Serbia.
rtuaf witness tur Iba suit became et-
heuaird on the witness stand today after
testifying lor hours in the caga egemsl
(.liarles k SsbaaUeii snd Mrs Lillian Pratt
her hair slater charged with contributing
lo bar delatsntenry oouaarl ror ibe slate
obtained adjournment t court two honre
earlier Man usual
II waa stated Ink today Ibal Mayor Hear y
Rata of Lua Angeles nuuld tppeae at t
w lineas lor the da lenas at WUUid Mi.
FraM's --iilr-r ' sebesUau and Roaa art
taadiiiatee for mayoralty nominal lua in Hat
primaries ts be bead May 4.
Former Mayor i leo ra A le lender and
other uirinals also have bean iigbfatbtil
far the defense
Mies Kills te stifled lodav mal Mrs I rail
"wanted her to sign s papar' savin aba
bad nevar tana her half usier end trbas
BB tu gather and thai she refutad.
nava ale te si li lrl about arena la a room
nasi duur tu the r. sag rat poltra station
which Use psoseiuttun caita Hat sanspu
mis beneficiary of gran public eatrava
ganre and raiding of the municipal trees
ury we find from the evidence lo be Wm
Barnes himself as the owner of Ibe ma-
jority of the slock or the Journal com-
pany. How much more than the majority
of Its stork he owned be efused to dis-
"The Murphy-Btrnes ronsplrecy" wis
also mentioned in the articles trier the
aru. i. s were read Col. Hooaevelt resumed
the aland. In reply to questions by Mr.
Bowers he said
"I received a letter from Mr. Barnes about
the stale priming house aner I had recom-
mended thai one be established Mr.
Btrnrs called upon me later and said lhat
such a printing house would be in line
wllh socialistic nrooaganda. whlrh would
Interfere with enterprise In private bust
Col. Roosevelt Iben explained bow h
eave out the offending statement
"I dictated Hie statement snd gsve It to
Mr. McUrath my secretary and lold huu
to give II to newspaper correspondents at
(lyslrr Hay I desired ine siaierneni t
published in lull throughout Raw '
"I wanted bi reach the voters. I knew
or no olber inraos esrept the newspapers
The . -roaa examination waa then begun
Mr. I vtus began by aaklng Colonel Roose-
velt about bla early life.
"Did you ever study Iba oonsUtutlon?"
"I did while i wat aludytng law In Co-
lumbia university Later however I be
came an author "
"Have you aiwaya been aa author'"
"I have bean a ml u relist an author and a
public official Somrumea I haw rollowed
all three pursuit simultaneously '
The crowd lo the courtroom laugaed.
"Whet district were you elected to law
a assess ly rrom?"
rite Twenty first
Mr. Hesoe a boa atas iba leader wasn't
vet We beat Menee." repisad Uta oai-
oii. i with a sntlat.
Ivin was silting in a chair dnreiiy
in i root ol the witness stand
gou read the ronaiituuon ul ine
you aa auyfJUat about eligibilu
for ibe governorship?"
i don i rsmrmbar. I sues. 1 .lid '
What roaaattttnee ware you ua kt Use
I waa on a ronsuuiue which m tats a
ve.llatMed certain office In Sew York "
fuel waa during your second .ear in Iba
kiieexif wean i if
tas. gal I tbatvk -
. Itsas uitorrupved
I went answers.
STAT? LA IV DRPAIITMEVr flEFFMis AC
r NEW MEXICO LEGISLA TI'IIE
By UprrUtl Wire to f Ac Timet
santa Fe N. M. April tl. Attorney (X-n-eral
Frank w. nancy today entered a !
murrer In the Injunction proceedings
brought against Bttte Auditor W. a. Sar-
gent and whlrh involve the validity or the
acta or the recent session or the legisla
lure passed trier u March K. the
lime riled by the conslllutlnii ror final ad
lournifieoi. Tho attorney general sals forth
nisi i.eiiiinners sees in attack the eaildlty
a leaisiaiive act uy prcs.'uiiuit fan
side the legislative record which I
only adnilssable evidence of what the legis
lature accomplished. The mallei cornea up
for hearing bebire JuJdge M. C. Merhem
rrioay. Regardless or Ibe derision n will
be taken lo ibe supreme court for final
adjudication The leal Isbeing made on
ine vainiiiv or uie art placing the traveling
auditor under control or the state auditor.
oy means ni an injunction to prevent
payment of the salary of the oewly created
oiriciai. Radical amendment to ih. game
laws and other important legtalalloii passed
In the .losing hours of Ibe session will be
nuiiiried should the sttorney general's con
tentlon be overruled by the supreme court
Refusal lo lienor It.-. o I. Ill.o
Governor W. C. Mrlxinald today rerused
lo minor rU!l I sill ill from Ule governor
presented ny Heageant Hon
nelly of the Chicago police for charlea
kuvseveii. not aug
a abrir Use ar while the isreuaana are pre AitjerRan comaker. Exports tw law atad ab Use cidisihasaM'Mi of Up u.aviiia
paring lo trabe s lb Httsssen as I nsuxtlb were asas a a. aa and hsnpori alia rifiastry dtstJ. ud waa dad u. leam inai
assess cvtbnr padtsi pcwaaMy i roas Us curat- laas.gta. sags ásela in taaonaj twatgnt ny e.rrsining ses tuau fasutabi lur Suit w
coas ci ..ass- Uis aeyaiiasusi ui ussucivu. begat inieasitUhnljf.
By the l ..... ...i. ....
Washington April it. Consular dis-
patches received oy Ibe Washington gov
ernment from various points In Mexico In
dícale that while temporarily disorganised
by the defeat sustained tt Celaya. General
Villa and his forces have by no means
been removed as a formidable ractor Ml
Mexico's rlvil war.
orriclals al the stste department ara
guarding closely the reports received front
sol in the territory occupied by Gen-
eral Villa as it Is not desired to give out
military Information but It Is known thai
Plans ror another balile with General
nhregon. the carranxa commander are pro-
Villa's chief dirriculty it waa learned
officially is his lark or sinmunlilnn and
until in- replenishes his supply he probably
wljl not risk another engagement. When
he mei ubre pon al Celaya Villa had sent
ror.-. pi attack Matamoros Nuevo Laredo
Tamplco and west coatl townt gretlljr
depleting his main rorce. Indications now
are lhat he intends lo ronreatraip all Ibeaa
forces in central Mexico rnranolher su-
preme err.irt against nbregon.
The Carranxa rorrea are reported to be
well supplied with ammunition and press-
ing Die villa army closely north of Ira-
puato Carranxa oirinal- here Halm the
villa movement hat been given a crushing
blow . rrom which It never win recover.
In the meantime many rumors or counter-
revolutionary ne .reme hla have bora cur-
rent though they gfa-'biR Mntmfr by the
American government. Many rormer sym-
pathisers of Huerta have been in Washing-
ion. but most or ihem deny thai Huerik
Intent to lake the field again. Manuel
calero former ambassador to Washington
under the Natlero aduiluisiraiioh. visited
the Argentine and Chilean ambassador u-
lay discussing the .Mexican slluatlun In
general. It waa said his visit was without
ringo. a resident nf lids coiilllv. slim
go it charged in Illinois wllh rrlmiiul libel
as ine result of certain statements rrlll-
rlslng a private detective agency made
public in a book or which defendani is iba
Sllth.tr Sirlllaro vsss fociiierlv in llu asa.
ploy or the agency which now seeks his
arrest and removal to Illinois. Alter the
Marine Governor MrlNinald held the requi-
sition fsulty in that ll Is not based on In.
diriment or affidavit siringo claims the
uoei marge la meieiv a sublerfuae to
ring him within the purdlsdn Hon ol the
lllnnls courts in order ihsl he may be
pi o.- ni. o tur ...ot. o. pi of court.
Shocks the Tat Board
ei Ralph C. Ely. of the Se Meneo
Central railroad today shocked the stale
ommlsslon by offering lo reiuru for
laialloii some lll.ioi tu lliism rsllros.l
runda. Chairman John W. I'oe. of in.
board declares Ibe orrer Is unprerrrlenled
In t tlaleinanl at this morning s session
Receiver Ely said that If the New Meiiro
Central ran be kept in operation Ibe vslua
Hon ..r ibe property in Hie Kslancia valley
which it serve will reach lo.utai.uou Hs
says the actual loss of the road In the past
live years including deprrcielkm. iinoum.
to gaW40D He Is sullu.nied by the court luring
that the valuation be placed at I
reed M.U0U per mile or a tula! .
Claim Valuation Etresaive.
Al loday's session of Hie commission rep
reaentalivea or the Sea ta K. Habin k Eaat
ern and Ibe Santa Fe Raton a lies Moines.
coal road and the Rio Grande 4 Pagua
springs ann use nio urande a soutnweat
ern. lumber roads aaaerlrd lhat Iba vaina
Uou of their properties was e tcssslve Sim
llar . launa were advanced by repretenu
Uve of lita MrGfey logging lines
A sworn sulemeui was presented by lb
i-uiiiuao louipany asserting inai me value
Hon of Use company's properly In usa n
New Mexico due not exceed astvxxx) rb
is. .oiiumssiuu i la. cd lb. valuation
ti RepreaenUUve in Prteen
Jose F. Lucero represen tan ve iu
first alase Uglsiaiure today ruiered iba
pemetbllgry tu serve from one year to II
in .mu i uieru ass ..Hivii tea ot colli II
ing a bribe lur bla vote ta the lriiou ror
i nivea sisics senator to rase was ear
ried Mi lb supreme cuurt. which suslaiaad
luiisinriii oi ine n.iii. i eouri fur San
ft ...unly Lucero wllh Hire olber
lllli IN CELLAR TO KMCAPE
HEATH AT II IMis OE i IHIt I t
Angel del Capo special agent In Mexico
for Spain has arrived in El . l'ao rrom
Mexico c'Hy to reK)ri to his government on
the controversy between bluiaelf and iba
carranca government which resuiU'd In the
expulsion nf the Spanish minister rrutn
Me vu and ceased del Caso lo go int.. hid-
ing V .save himself rrom the wrallt or the
csiraWi govrniinent orriclals.
Srnur .1.1 Caso said yealerday that he In-
tended lo make public some sensational
charges against tluf Carranxa governuieiii
and lla high officials as soon as be re-
ceived permission rrom Madrid.
He aaid that lie weal into hiding in
Mexico City because be received informa-
tion ibal carrsuia had ordered his execu-
tion benor del caso hid lu the cellar or
his own home ror 28 diys. When the
Zapatistas recaptured Mexico city rrom the
carrenrlstaa del caso was again permuted
Ids liberty and came northward tu El Paso
i. make hla report hi hla governrueuL He
intends tu return to .Mexico as bit govern-
ment's lepreseutauve with General villa.
AT FORT lino ii n
By thr tisartatrrf JVc
Brownsville. Texas. April tt One bat
talion of the Third rirld artillery sent befa
recently to preserve neuirtliiy during the
siege of Matamoros by Villa troop today
waa ordered to remain in the POP! Brown
garrison luderinltely. previous order far
the Meld artillery lo return lo Fort nam
Houston at san Antnnio were rescinded.
Users of aba bout of representative.
aba senatorial atarliaa.
Lice isvcU tsf Iran
Ibe bcsnasiy of suioe r ib swaaabert at MM
vainas csuci nuuy iwiunasi w eaagm agate
Hp Iba tasoi-Mled Pre
IHiuglas. Aria. April W . ai ranaa force
have struck into Hie heart ur the tb norib
mi sonora dialrlcl controiksl by Uoveruor
lyioieiia. a villa partuan by rap
Arlsno. a nroarierous niinma si ul
i sumo inner nai utiles souuiea.l or nere.
according to official messages received al
Agua Prieta. The Villa forres ato reported
lo have withdrawn lo Ibe south
FARM! BQCmrt MsXCIMtTEU
Seelal Regleler Carries List al I. MP) of Iba
tint alela la baitir
By the taaoeieled Pre..
Pans April x. ts u p. m i -Tout Parle
a social register of the Fren h capital. Just
Issued contain the nsasti f t tun Parisians
killed un Ihe baiileftrid up lo Febfuay it.
l Included In this number ire th
name uf twenty generals an ulnar offi-
cers. 14 priests and ltd titled members uf
The regíale r pivrs la t separata Hat the
ansae ar tw society people m the Tuut
Pan of last yrai alio are now . la.se. 1 a
undesirable I hi . list includes ue ratals.
Ausirtans and furks
ANOTMsT PLAN TW FsMKB TtsAhY
Fasta r In Came "Tbruh WMb ICS
brings BSaelaacvr l Plea.
P aperiel kin la Ib FCasas
Se luis i in I at Aacclbar plan lo kid
nap Herrv aeuuaii im.w inun iu. i suiaon
lies ol Sea lurk stale by liuicdllii htm
fisto an aulonasblie was di silo sed tu bur-
lóla Va . by aa ssyaai of altsrtrT urUea-
bageu of siw Tora ai
natch Covlav ffssni Surfolh
The seisena ata frusirsud
patch thrvsnpjb a seller arnica
rick i .resabie as.istaui
her bv a furmer resident
said be wee offered tl.ipM
buiraMjsas' istcauas uta
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