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CARMAN'S UFE WARBURG QUITS F
THREATENED BY RESERVE BOARD j
FAIR UNKNOWN TO AVOID QUIZ I
Pttllnilelplilan Adds Mystery to Dnlley
Murder Case hy Telllnii of Strmifjc
Actions of Another's Wife Who
Sought to Kill Physician Went
Into Hysterics at Sight of Carman.
rilKKI'OKT, K. V., July 7. Pri
vale iiml county detective continued
today their tiivcMli'iittiui nf the ntur
ilcr of Mrs. limine Malley, who wx
mi mysteriously shot while In tint of
fice ..f Mr. IMwin Curmnii. Tln in-
iinl into llii- murder, niljniiriii'il -lenlay,
N In ln returned tomorrow,
piovidcil tin' mutter i iml taken nut
if lln iininiTH IiiiiuU by the urn ml
Dr. I'nrtiinii said today In wclcnm
ii !li. nrrlviil ItiMt night of tin chief
if it detective iigeuay iiml Ii'ih men,
"If Hi" I'Hiiiity Iiml nut luri'il tin
llimi I Would IlllVe dolie "11 wlll'll tlm
linpicl was concluded," Iiii niiiiI.
"Dining tin Interviews this nniil mnl
liirt Hiilinrilliiiiti'H have Iiml with my
wife Ihcy illil llii'lr bcl, jtit u tho
I'limijy authorities iliil. to rnal;o her
change Iut tiry. 1 believe she ha
told lli' whole truth. Tin1 detective
chief l welcome nt our house nl miv
time. I hope Iiii inn fiml tin' person
who murdered Mr. Halley mid I Mill
give him all the hcli I ponslbly rnu."
Thrrntcnei1 Hy Woman
I'lllUliKM'IIIA July 7, -John
Howe T thh city, rr)nrli'il to have
i'i'ihoiM'il I)alil Kennedy of Free
Mirt that a wiunnu with whom Howe
wih cmltiug hail tlirrnti'iiril to kill
Mr. fiiniiiiii, was fomul here loduv
mul ronfirmiMl the story tolil hy Dr.
Carman to deleclivci.
Mowc, In business tier, said thai
summer before Inst he Invited a Free
port man ami his wife to an oullng
mi (Irrat .South Urtv. 1 1. I In his mo
torlioat. I In would not give Ihrir
"V lauili'il at an Maud," Howe
Haiti, 'mul ran aero David lCriiiii'ily
ami Dr. Ciinnim. ''I knew them both.
The moment we haw them the woman
in our piuly screamed ami ran buck
to he liuiit. Ilcr IiuhIiiiihI remained,
hiiiiIm'i ami nonplussed liy his
wife's iietinn. ! ran to the hunt after
her. I found her on a Heal in hys
teric. Kim wan screaming, 'Thai
mini ruiiieil my husband ami ruiueil
men. I am going to kill him if it
taken a lifetliuo.' Site picked up n
paper knife shaped like a danger ami
Marled to leave lite limit. I caught
hohl nf her nttil kept her liaek ami
iiMkeil whiuii she meant. 'Dr. Car
man,' him Haiti."
Howe said the woman refused to
explain her aelioiiH. When her Iiuh
IiiiihI nunc ahoanl the parly returneil
"Neither one of them spoke of Die
lueiili'iit again," daiil Hone. "I iliil
not hy to Iiml out the reiiHou for it.
ami never nnvo it another IIioiikIiI
until thin iniinlcr oceurieil."
Ilowo telephoned Kennedy of the
Incident anil Ihu hitler rem I led it ami
Hiild In) woiilil notify the police.
Howe almt unid ho hail a lelephoue
iiiohniiku from Kreeporl tmlav Unit de
tcclivcH had liono lo (he woiiianV
hiuiHe, hut did not find her at home.
HOCHICSTKIt, N. Y July 7. in
IiIh aiiniiul uddrosu hoforo tho Nu
tlonal Dental uiHorlntlon , which
nponod Hi ol-litooiith iinmiut convon
Hon hero today President Humor 0.
Ilrown, of CoIuhiIhim, Ohio, declared
tho dontal coIIoko curriculum ahould
luhtriictlon rocolvod In more of our
dontul collogv In hlHtoloK)'. tuiutor
lolotfy mul iyitooK)'t o meiiKur,"
ho mild, "Hint tho present iirmlimto
In not Ntifflcloiitly Vur.ed to coimldur
It u preparatory rourno whloh would
admit lo morn advanced work. Thu
preliminary oiliicutloiwil luiiulriininiiU
for mutrlculHtloii idiould ho udvuiini'l
mid thoi o l no heller way (u iiccnni.
plUh UiIm limn lo liuvo npeclflo r.
illrnliieiilM llirori'iuiileil nlu our
rurloiiK lly UCHlttl bw,"
New York Memhtr of Federal Bank
Sends In Resignation When Senate
Banking Committee Begins Exam
ination of Board Appolntrrs
President Requests Reconsideration
WAMIINflTON, July 7 I'nul M.
WiirliurK of New York toilny form
ally rctli'i!i'd I'renlileiit WIIhoii o
withdraw IiIh nouitmillon lo ho a
mninlMir of tho federal renervo Imnril.
The preiiltteiit wilt do o loilny.
Mr. Wnrhuri:, a niemher of tho
ImnUliiK Iioiiho of ICiihn, l.oh anil
rompaiiy. wan noiiiliiateil for a four
)enr term When the peiinle hnnk
Ini; rommtltee lio:itn examining per
nonnlly all tlm flvn inndlilnten noinl
unteit, Mr. WnrhurK luillrnteil Im did
not wIhIi o he ipieiitloaed It)' the coin
inlttio an a roiidUlou to Inklnc Ilia
niioliitmeiit. Todny ho railed tho
while hoiuie office liy lelephoiui and
reipifttled tho prcnldciit lo withdraw
There wan no Intimation who (tin
prcMldrnl mlitht rhoono lo fill tho
place. Tho cliann In ponmiell,
however, will tint further delay tho
actual oritariltatlou of tho now cur
rency v) ittem.
Tho denote Inn nlrady confine.!
W. V. (I. Hardline. A. C. Miller and
('harlcii H. Ilamlln a nieinhera of tho
board, and they, with Secretary
MrAdoo and Comptroller William,
who Reno an member ex-offlclo, con
dtttute a ipiorum, which now may
proceed with tho work.
Ijiter tiHiilay Mr. Warhunr rom
miiuirateil with while Iioiikc nffielaU
ami I're-ideiit WiIhoii heat him a lei
eram anklnu' that he reconsider his
ileelinallou lo Hcrvo on the hoan!.
.Senator llitehcoek of the ncuale
haukiiiK eommitlre,' nhout the mime
time, received a telegram from Mr,
Wnilnirjr ileelinini; lo appear liefore
NI'.W YOIIK, July 7 I'nul M.
Warliiiri: nald today that ho did not
caro to iIIkcum at thin time hi
withdrawal from tho federal reervo
SALEM APPEALS TO
SAI.I'.M. Miiki.. July 7. -Mayor
I Iiii ley made puhlie todnv a telegram
iveeiveil from Ihe iiiavor of San
I'rmielheo, auiiouiieitij that lie tip
pealoil to Ihe people of that eily for
eoiilrihiitioUH for Ihe lelief of the
fire mifferern here.
A reiptest that eaeh do all in hN
power to have tho Hiiudry eivil hill
ameudeil in Ihe Culled Stutek xeunte
ho that an appropriation of $200,001)
recommended liy j'roHiilent Wilson for
the relief of Ihe firo ufferern here,
inii.'ht he provided hy eouuiem, was
telegraphed loilay to every New Kiiir
lauil Heuator hy John II. Tivtiau,
ehaiinmii of tho executive hoard of
the relief eouimittee, A request was
sent lo thu senate iippropiialions
I'Oim.AND, Or., July 7. OrfKon
mid WashiuKloui Fair tonight, proli
ahly Hhowerx lomoriow; cooler Wed
nesday, e.veepl near (he count ; south
Idaho -Touif-ht ami Wednesday
partly cloudy, prohahly blunversj
WASHINGTON, July 7. Carran
zu' action In dismissing Qonorul l'o
llpo Angeles from tho coiistltutloiiul
Ul army with Its prospects or
another break with Vlllu, vv,an tho
principal topic of iIIhcuhhIoii toduy
iiiiioiik cousiltiitloiiiillHts iiKcuts hero.
Charles A. Douglas, (lenural Carran
ii'h niiinsiil, declared openly that
Angola must bo removed from thu
hltiiiillou hoforo peura could ho
hmiiKht about between Ciirraiiiu unit
AicorilliiK lo olio piirwiniil iiKHmuKo
fioiit Vlllu, rw.'lvtid liero toduy from
CARRANZA DISMISSES GEN. ANGELES wili
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IN OPEN REVOLT
VKItA CUUZ, Mexico, July 7.
Hrluadlcr Oenerol Kuimton mado pub.
He todhy cople of teleKrnm ex
rhanRed lat nlRht kotweeu the.
American army headquarters and
l.toutenunt Colonel Izunia, coinniund-
or of too Mexican federal out post.
In hU dispatch, Izunrn italtl:
"I'artloiiH of my Infantry nutpoat
linn revolted and I nm unahlu to re
dliro thoin to order."
Tho i:encrnl sold ho notlflod (Ion
ernl Funiton becauno ho denlred (o
prevent alarm iiiiioiik thu American
outpoRtH In tho event of thu iiiutliioiin
troop neeklnc to enter tho American
lines or of an action occurrlni; ju
(leneral KuiiRton nsstircd Ituiua
that tho federal deserters would 1h
arrested promptly if they npproachod
tho American outpoatn.
Tho extent of tho revolt wan un
known to headquarter hut It vva he
llovod that It affected only a hiiuiII
portion of (ho Mexican force In front
of the Auiorlran Hues,
Colonel Uunia col cloce enoiiKli to
tho flceltiK outpost r.outh west of
Tejlrla thin mornliiK to warrant him
In attacking tho inutlnecrs hut they
did not stop to resist, replying only
with a dcattorliiK firo.
NKW YOIIK, July 7. Tho pulilio
funeral and demonstration planned
for Saturday hy niiarehists and oth
ers in honor of llm three men ami
tho woman killed liv the homli ex
plosion 'of July , has heen enllcd
Torroon, differences between hlmsolf
and Currunxa mo being satisfactorily
udJiiHtod. No mention was uiuilu of
Ponding tho outcome of thu Tor
reon conference, Carranza's agents
continued their waiting for hU do
(Ulon as to (ho proposed conference
with lluortu's delegates, Juan K.
Uniutdl, socrelury of tho coimlltu
llonalUt party, who leronlly started
for Moxloo on u confldimllal inUuloii.
riilurneil loduy, Ills frlemU nrwl
him not to Join Currmira Iihimiiho ol
Ills rtvoivnil support of Vlllu,
OKIMOtf, '.IVKHDAY, JULY 7, ION.
M I I '. It f I mhi I ?
DOCTOR SAYS HE MlTST
-.H .4.Hl M4UI4 I
KKW YOIIK, Julv ".- Stocks iiiov- j
ed in an irregular manner for Ihe ,
preiiter i wirt of todays m'hsiii. with
marked fluctuation in the Goulds. In
the later operations fairly Inrve
transaction in the speculative favor
ites resulted in a general recovery,
willi net ains of a point or heller.
The closing was strong.
Most stocks of speculative import
ance were unchanged, as to quoted
values in today's early dealings, hut
showed mi inclination to recede later.
Speeial issues were again prominent.
United States Kpresf, Mexican Pe
troleum, American Tohaeeo, Stude-
haker and Central Leather preferred
rising 3 to I',, points. Ontario fc
Western and Ciinmlinn 1'aeifie de
clined a point, while Hock Island re
corded a new low price at IVi. Ad
vices from Paris pointing to the suc
cess of the new r'reneh loan cxeilcil
no influence heie.
NUW Oltl.HANS, I.n July 7.
Another cuho of bubonlo plnKiio wan
announced Into today hy tho federal
health official. John Jackson, aid
eur old negro hoy dlod July 2 nt his
homo about three, mllus from thu ori
ginal Infected district, llactorlolo
Ktcal experlmentH riwo positive evi
dence of this dlscauo. It Is tho sec
ond death since the outbreak of tho
PIIILADKLPIIIA, July 7.-The
steamship Great Noilheru, built for
tho Gieul Noitheiu Slennisliip coin
puny to ply helweeii Porltaiid, As.
lot in mul Kau Francisco, was launch
ed today ni the ("rump shipyard. The
vessel was ehiisteiii'd hy Mrs. I!. M.
Lncey, wife of ('. I'. Lucey, iniuiue
Miipei'liileiidelit of Ihe Hcnnisilp coin
puny. The (Iti'iil Noi Ilium Ik frj'i
feel long mul will he Jilted up lur
liolli iiivni'r Mild 1'ivlnht sfiviviS
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144 I l-MI II f-- .
TO BE CANDIDATE
ST. PAl'!, Minn., July 7. While
the pommitlee on resolutions labored
with such questions ns sex hygiene,
tho pence movement, n federal board
of education, and while speakers
pleaded for better .salaries mid penr
sions for teaehers, political workers
of the National Kdueatioii associa
tion, the annual convention of which
is in progress here, continued the nr
(ivities today in n campaign for the
presidency sueh as haft nevjr marked
a previous session of the convention
Sunirise was created at hcadquap
ters when friends of Dr. David Starr
Jordan of I.elaud Stanford university
announced Hint their candidate wculd
insist that his iiamo bo withdrawn
from tho race if a fight were made
in committees by supporters of. Dr.
Johnson, Uoekhill, S. C., the chief
opponent of Dr. Jordan,
No sooner had the possible with
drawal of Dr. Jordan been announced
than administration supporters sug
gested Ihe presentation of tho name
of Dr. Jame.s ltaker, president emeri
tus of the state university of Colo
rado, as an eleventh hour candidate
lo oppose Dr. Johnson. A high offi
cer of the association stated that
sueh a move might bo expected.
KLAMATH PALLS. Ore., July 7.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Clopton, of
Ilonunin, Ore., wero Indicted hy tho
county grand Jury hero toduy on a
charge of betting firo to tho Uanania
postofflco last winter.
LOTS OF MONEY
PARIS, July 7. Although tho
Hank pf Franco has not mado any of
ficial announcement It wis reported
on tho llnurso today that tho public
had applied for moro thau forty times
tho amount of tho Issue mado today
of 1101,000,000 of tho new govern,
ment 3 Hi Por cent loan. If this
should prove true, tho application
liuvo amounted to more than Ihu on.
the national debt of France,
Tho limn on lis admission la the
lloitrso toduy Immediately roso from
U, iho prlco of Issitu, to Ul.US. Tlm
Kuiiorul market did not repoml syni
pslliKl'lcully us Is iiuuul whn guv-
1 t f t I t .
BETWEEN V A
Conference at Torreon Renorted to
Have Come to an End Villa to
Come to Saltillo to Seal Bend of
Allegiance Carranra's Currency
Issue Is Point of Conflict.
TOIlllKO.V, Coahulla, Mexico, July
7. Tho Carranza-Vllla conference'
rame to a close lata last night. No
statement concerning It transactions
wa lumied other than five polna at
dUctmslon had been settled.
' HALTILLO, Mexico, July 7. fien
ral Villa will come to Saltillo and by
a Krronal viMl eal a bond of friend
hlp and alleftlanco to Rtmeral Car'
rama, according to a report received
today hy hlph official at Carrnnza's
It wa aascrtcd hero that tbo con
ferences of the t-onimlMlotiera, ropre
aentlng Villa and Carranza, which
met at Torreon to smooth out tho
difficulties which existed between the
two chief had been entirely success
ful and It was said that Villa would
accompany the Carranza commission
on Its return to Saltillo. This lat
ter report could not be confirmed of
ficially, but there Is a spirit apparent'.
In official circles here which would
seem to confirm that the mission of
the, delegates sent to Torreon had
It was reported that regular traf
fic between ifaltlllo and Torreon
would bo resumed within the next
EL PASO, Tex., July 7.7 Heports
of tiio sudden ending of tbo confer
ence at Torreon designed to settle
the Internal disagreement of the con
stitutionalists was received as a ur
prise by observers hero today. Tho
amicable tono Qf all expressions from
the south was not reflected at this
point where Carranza and Villa
agents still wero In conflict over mat
ter pertaining to Carranza's cur
fency Issue, which has thrown the
revolutionary quarrel Into tho Amer
Santiago Winfleld, named In em
bezzlement warrant Issued at Wash
ington, camo to HI Paso from Juarez
today and gave himself up to the
local police. Ho gave bond, and his
nttornoy said ho would go to Wash
ington, waiving any stato extradition.
Winfleld was the messenger from
Washington to Kl Paso for tho issue
of constitutionalist flat money over
tho possession of which tho Carranza
and Villa faction have disagreed.
I.lVKltPOOL, Kngland, July 7.
Tho chamber of commerce, hero today
started a movement with the object
of making thu Insurance of steerage
passengers on ocean line compul
sory. Tho advocate of this policy
contended that thoro would bo no
difficulty In slightly Increasing the
passage rates for emigrants in order
to cover tho cost of tho Insurance, and
that such a step would obviate tho
necessity of making uppeals to tho
public for funds in tho case of dis
asters. IN SUNNY FRANCE
ornmont loans aro so well received,
probably bocauso capital iu Franco is
under tho apprehension that heavy
special tiles aro likely to bo Imposed.
So great wus tho eagerness of the
public, especially among tho small
Investors, that crowds assembled ut
dawn formed lines outsldo tbo Hank
of Franco and other public offices,
where subscriptions wero received.
As It whs known that many people
would bo dliappolnted by not being
able o get part nf tho now Issue, a
eoiiulderuhlo trudo was driven Iu
selling positions near thu door. Home
or t lie pluies sold for as muck hs
from do euuu to ft,
Battle Waned for Linhtweipjit Cham
pionship Odds Favor Welsh at
Ringside First Half of Battle in
Challenger's Favor Ritchie's
LONDON, July 7. Frcddlo Welsh
was Riven tho decision on points at
tho end of 20 rounds by Referee
LONDON', Jiilvj7. Fred Welsh,
lihtwriliL champion 'fit Kngland,
nnd Willie Hitrlne, lightweight cham
pion of Ihe world, arrived in Lon
don today from their training camps
nt Porlhcnnl, Wales, mid Hriliton,
reflectively, for their fight tonight
in tho trrent nrenn of Olympia, In
the wet end of London, lioth boxers
declared themselve confident of
winning tho championship and both
said they felt in the pink of condi
tion. Their looks bore out their
Welsh I Favorite,
Welsh was favorite in the Letting
by n slight margin,, probably due to
tho anpport which hU'WeNh com
patriots JiRvt-' been giving him) nt
t. aril iff, where most of the betting
has been five and n half to five, in
his fnvor. I?e v. John Hervey Bou
dicr is to act as master of cere
monicH nt the match, the Bishop of
Stepney having objected to the Rev.
Kvcrard Digby'n officiating. Eugene
Corri is to be the referee.
Father Houdier, Tienr of. St. Mieh
'ner Anglicnn chiirrh.-!liHglnnr
n popular, burly clergyman wh oen
rournge bis parishioners to box and
to play football nnd cricket.
Welsh the Heavier
The two men weighed in at Olvm
pia this nftcruoon, when Rit-hTo
scaled 134 pounds, while Welsh ;va
just able to get within the stipulated
limit of lt." pounds.
'Father" Houdier climbed through
the rope3 shortly before 8 o'clock in
his clerical garb and announced thy
names of the contestants in the first
of the preliminary bouts.
The great revival of interest in
pugilism in Great llritain was evi
denced by the big nssemblngo of all
clashes which congregated in tho
great arena of Olympia. The i.ews
papcrs had predicted n largo at
tendance of women, but thoro w.h
only a small sprinkling of bridifc
dresses in the cheaper seats around
the sides of the arena, vvhiih filled
first before lime was called.
Few Womca Present
Uefore tho three preliminary bouts
had been finished Ihe majority of Ihi
prominent Loudon sporting men hnit
gathered about the rin, as well as
'200 or 301) Americans, some1 of them
There were not moro than 10J
women altogether, most of them in
evening dress,, who occupied thu sec
tion reserved for members of tho
rovnl family and prominent society
people during Hie show.
Welsh entered the ring at ArtS
nmid lusty singing of the Welefi
hymn, "God of Our Fathers," by
(Continued on pact I.)
UOCUKSJEH, N. Y., July 7. Dis
trict Attornoy Horace Fitch began to
day a John Dee Investigation Into an
alleged attempt to poison Mr, and
Mrs. Andrew M. Muttlalles at Esat
Knough poison to affect a regi
ment was placed In tho Matrlslles'
well, according to County Bacteriolo
gist Sanderson, who examined water
taken from It.
Mr. and Mrs, Matrlalles wer mar
ried six weeks ago. It Is Intimated
that an aged suitor for Mrs. MatrlsL
les' hu'nil, who was rejected, Is sus
pected, and a warrant for his armt
At midnight, July 2, MstrlalkM
kiHtrd. a noUm l his yril mh4 mm
ihhh runnliiK away, Ih Dm mawhu
usntltlis of Ike phni wort Mm
tk slwut Um wf
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