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VOL. XLV NO. 159
OMAIIA, TUESDAY MORNINO, PECKMBKH 121, 1015 TWELVE PA(1ES.
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SINGLE COPY TWO CENTS.
VILLA TURNS ON
AS THEY YIELD
Toruicr Head of Rebellion Eides In
Mountains with 400'Anncd
lien Prepared to Fijht
NORTHERN POWER SURRENDERS
Border States and Forces to Car
ranza in Return for Mercy to
All but Two.
TJ. S. OFFER3 PALXHO ASYLUM
EL PASO, Tex-, Doc. 2 0. General
Francisco Villa, v. ;: 'CO armed men,
It is believed, is - sDmcvrhcrc '.1 the
niountatTiB or Chihuahua slate, pre
pared to o;)iose his forner organi
sation. The Cattrvza de fcclo Government
Is tn otrii'.al cauircl cf vhe former
Ula ctata of Chihuahua h" rlrtue
tit an asrocnect bslvtsec. Generals
Rohcrto Limoa. Manuel 3anda,
Iicctcnant Colonel Klavtano Paliza
rad Colonol Edasrdo Aadaicn, and
, Carransa Consul Andreas Ccrrla, by
f vhich ,000 troops and the organi
zation of the Villa government, in
cluding tha citios of Jucrci and Chl
hBi!iu:i and ell border points, accept
tho Carrarza domination. The agree
ment grants amnesty to all but Gen
eral Villa and hia brother. Iltpolito
To Leave Alorc.
The generals entered Into conference
S'Pdterdny as delerate3 frcm General Villa
to confer w"h the Cnrranza consul, An-
1iis 13. Carc'a upan tho plan to turn
er the entire territory and all troops
nnd arms, 4,000 men. and for himself to
leave the capital without any following.
They reported late Inst nlsht the re
sult cf their conference to General Villa
t Chihuahua City.
Late today, they had received no reply
from General Villa and Instead learned
that after receiving their advices General
Villa gathered 400 or 500 men and left
the capital and that his whereabouts
' Upon opening the conference with the
Carranza consul today the delegates an
nounced that they would proceed upon
the unrescinded authorization as given by
Genera, Villa. They said they believed
he feared that the delegates would not be
able to secure him Immunity from prose
cution should he cross tho international
WASHINGTON, Dec. 20. Gratification
nd relief were frankly displayed by
administration officials today when news
came from 3 Paso that seven of General
Villa's generals and leaders signed an
agreement to turn the rebel army of the
north over to the de facto government of
Mexico. Confidence is felt here in the
reported promise of Villa to eliminate
himself and if he appears on the Ameri
can aide of the International boundary
line he will find a free road.
Villa' withdrawal and the incorpora
tion of his army into that of the de facto
government are regarded here as in-
irative of fa.rlv maM in MAYlen. and
nt east will pare the way for reducing
materially the strong patrol the United
Btates has been obliged to maintain
(Continued on Page Two, Column Two.)
and Mrs. Lucille
Powell Are Married
SAN FRANCISCO. Dee. .-Huntlng-ton
Wilson, former assistant secretary
of state and Mrs. Lucille Powell, divorced
wife of Frederick James Powell, New
York lawyer, - were married here last
Tuesday and kept the fact a secret until
They were married by a Justice of the
peace and the only witnesses were Mr.
and Mrs. William Pharon of Baa Fran
cisco, and John Newlands, son of Francis
a. Newlands, United States senator from
The couple are prorplnent socially In
New York, Newport ann Washington.
Both recently obtained divorce decrees
.,-ia till 7 n m. Tuesday:
Omaha. Council Bluira ana vicinity
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Comparative Local Record
WIS. 1914. 1MJ. 1912.
Highest yesterday IS lit
lxwest yesterday 22 12 15
Mean temperature 23 lti ' 2H
Precipitation 00 . 60 .07
Temperature and precipitation depar-
turea from the normal:
excess rur ine day
Total deficiency since March 1....
Jfeftclwnry tttg the day...
Total rainffili since March 1. ... 18. W inches
Defiiiency awice March 1 -1. Inches
SJeflciency for cor. period. 1914. 1.2 Inches
Jjeficitacy for cor. period, li3.. 6.27 inches
I Reports from Stations at T P. M.
I Station and Blate Temp. High- Rain-
i ljtof Weather. 7 p. tn. et. fall
vueyenne, partly cloudy.. .34
f l'avenport, clear 20
a iJenver, ciouujr
JT J;ea Moines, cloudy
- rvortn naiie. near n
f Omaha, cloudy 3.1
ttaittl City. pt. cloudy .1
fchendan. cloudy Si
t-ioux 'iiy, cloudy 36
i nivniliw, Lriiy nuuuy..,ia
fc-Lbll. 4-xi Forecaster.
SUFFS MAKE PEACE
The election of Carrie Chap
man Catt a3 president is re
ported to be the signal for
peace in the suffragist ranks.
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SAYS SCHMIDT IS
Star Witness for State in Los An
geles Dynamite - Case Tells
Story to Jury.
OTHERS WANTED TO BACK OUT
L08 ANGELES, Dec. 20. Mathew
A." Schmidt waa tha leading, and not
a BuhoTdttrate,'riirur "1Ame" ton-
iriracy which resulted in the blowing
up of the. Los Angeles Times building
with twenty men five years ago, ac
cording to the testimony of Donald
Vose, the detective who was placed on
his trail five years ago and who ap
peared today as the star witness In
Schmidt's trial on a charge of mur
der. Schmidt, . Vose declared, re
counted at the home of Emma
Goldman in New York, on Sep
tember 23, 1914, his part In the
dynamite plot and asserted that he
I had carried it forward in SDite of
.., Ti,r, . a c
building trades organizer, who called
a meeting of labor leaders and then
advised that it be called off
Voae, who admitted on the witness
stand that his real name was Donald
Voas Meserve, was the man who caused
the arrest of Schmidt in New York in
He had been kept in seclusion here
since the trial began. Once several weeks
ago when he waa found in a hotel lobby
he was assaulted by a number of men
and waa saved and taken to Riverside,
a nearby city, by his bodyguard. '
At the. beginning of his testimony Vose,
or. Meserve, said that he lived in Ban
Francisco In September, . 1910. a month
before the Times plant waa dynamited
and twenty of Its workmen killed. He
(Continued on Page Two, Colunm Ope.)
Germany Prepares to
Smash "War" Babies"
F.ERLIN (Via London), Dec. 20. -The
debate in the Reichstag of the govern
ment's measure to prepare the way for
a post bellum tax on all war profits,
by requiring companies and corporations
to lay aside a special reserve of 0 rr
I cent of their wartime oroflta. nmmlwj
to extend Itself . Into a discussion of
methods to recover for the state undue
or extensive profits on war contracts,
23 Tlie reoorta that sreat profits are twlnir
' gathered by contractors for army and
navy supplies have resulted 1 the lnlta-
32 tion In Germany, as In other belligerent
countries, of a popular movement for
xi areciul taxation on war profits, but the
..34 government in introducing the prepara
..3S tory biH( fejt compelled for technical
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taxation on all increases or prorii aunng
the war years.
tKing and Queen of
PARIS, Dec. 20 Details of the narrow
escape from death recently of the king
and queen of Belgium when German
avllators threw bombs on the fishing vil
lage where the royal couple now reside,
are printed today by the Petit Journal.
The king and queen were coming out
of rhurch from mass with the rest tt
the congregation, says the paper's cor
respondent, when six German aeroplanes
apiieared, flying low. Apparently they
were coming from Oatend. The king at
once told the people U scatter and take
jl rltrr, but the aeroplanes approached so
ON YICE IN STATE
Commission of Inquiry Says Chil
dren Separated from Mothers
Buried in Heaps fcy
FIVE THOUSAND IN ONE PLACE
Immorality Declared to Be as Ram
pant as Before "Red Light"
CONDITIONS AMONG WORKERS
BALTIMORE, Dec. 20. In an ex
haustive detailed report the state
wide vice commission, named by
Governor Goldborough in January,
1913. today made public the results
of its inquiry.
Probably tho most sensational of
the features dealt with in the report
Is the alleged traffic tn babies. It is
asserted that investigations found
there are institutions in Baltimore to
which the mother of an illegitimate
child may consign her offspring upon
the payment of an agreed sum and
forever rid herself of legal responsi
bility for it. j
narled In Heaps.
Of the hundreds of children so taken
In charge by the Institutions the com
mission avers that 80 to 90 per cent die
and are buried In heaps in small plots
of ground, one such plot approximately
fifty-five feet square- having been the
tomb of 5.000 babies since lf8.
The high death rate Is attributed to the
separation of infant from Its mother at
M. ". f-heret y depriving It of the In
dividual attention tt would .have other
wine received. No evidence was adduced
that the babies were neglected at the
Plnce the commission began its work
the police have closed the resorts in the
"red light" districts here formerly
tolerated by the authorities. According
to the report, however, there Is no evi
dence that Immorality is not practiced as
extensively a ever. - Much of this evil Is
practiced clandestinely, says the commis
sion and business places, .offices, boarding
plaeea and even homes are said to have
been found in great numbers where Im
morality 1 introduced and continued In
fandltloaa In Worklnsr Plaeea.
Much attention ia given to social condi
tions , in factories', stores and many In
stances are given of Immorality forced
upon girls by their employers or their
superiors at their places of employment,
the ' permlty" of refusal Remrthe'lilss'lif'
their position. '
The hoard believe that a continuation
of the inquiry la desirable and recom
mends creation of a permanent morals'
boards . "
Threat to Close
Banks in Mexico
WASHINGTON, Dec. 20. Closure of for
eign banks In Mexico City and destruction
of Mexican credit are predicted In official
communications today to the State de
partment from some of the European
embassies, should Carranra carry out his
intention of forcibly compelling the banks
to redeem their notes In gold immediately
when, presented by the government
Strong representations have been made
to the State department by the embassies,
Representations against closing banks
unable to pay bills of exchange in gold
were sent today by the State department
ry j. it. Biiiiman for transmission to
Villa. The chief bank affected Is the
National Bank of Mexico, a concern whose
stock Is held chiefly by French investors.
LARGE QUANTITY OF WOOL
IN WYOMING SOLD
DOUGLAS. Wyo., Dee. . (Special.)
Two hundred and twenty-seven thous
and pounds of stored wool has been
sold in Niobrara, Converse and Natrona
counties during the last week at prices
averaging 23 cents per pound. The clips
sold as follows: Williams Sheep com
pany, 90,000 pounds,- Converse county;
Albert Rochelle, 75.000 pounds: Bonsell &
Henry, 10,000 pounds; J. M. Cattle com
pany, 17,000 pounds; all in Niobrara
county; Nat Quinn, 35.000 pounds, Na
trona county. About 1.000.000 pounds of
stored wool has been sold in this district
during the last three week and very
little remains In the warehouses.
GAS COMPANY EMPLOYES
ASPHYXIATED AT PLANT
IOWA FALLS, la.. Dec. SO. (SpecUl
Telegram.) Frank Kramer and I. O.
White of the Iowa Gas company were
asphyxiated here thla afternoon while at
work at the plant. White had gone Into
an oil tank to make some repairs' and,
waa overcome with gas. Kramer sought
to rescue him and suffered the same fate.
The bodies were recovered this evening.
Both were married and leave large fam
fr jm Airship Bomb
rapidly that few had time to comply with
his Instructions before the machines were
over the village. Two bombs fell a few
yards from the king and queen, but
they were cot hit by the flying frag
ments. The correspondent continues:
"This la the firth air raid which waa
absolutely unjustified, since the village
Is unfortified and inhabited only by fish
ermen. What makes It worse Is that the
aeroplanes rsmn from the sectlton of
the Germsn front -ommaiTded by the I
prince u. Wurtemtrg. firt coualn of
the Belgian ijucon.
KITCHENER OF KHARTOUM AND WOMAN HE MAY
WED English social circles are agog over ruraor that
Earl Kitchener is soon to wed the Countess of Minto, one
of England's most beautiful dowagers. Her daughter,
Lady Eileen Elliott, i3 said to be the most beautiful of the
younger titled set. .
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NO FORD MEETINGS
Head of Peace Mission Learns He
Cannot Hold Any of Them
HE WILL. MAKE VISIT THERE
CHRISTIANJA, Dec. 20. Henry
Ford has received information that
he will be prohibited fron holding
meetiags in Copenhagen, it was
learned today. He will go there,
however, to select the delegates to
accompany his peace party to The
Mr. Ford expects to go to Copunhagon
In a ' week. .
The newspapers In commenting edi
torially on the ' Ford peace mission ex-
pr 4it,e hcio t r ther-auccoss-of -l.-V"
The Verdens Gang, after saying that
the expedition will live In history, adds:
"The groat Industrial organiser has un
dertaken a gigantic task seemingly with
out a definite plan. His peace plans
seem without shape and not worked out.
The delegates appear to know nothing
about it. The purpose Is greatly to be
admired, but it unfortunately Is vague.
Nevertheless It will figure in history."
The other newspapers comment In a
Sold to the Naval
Eeserve of Illinois
CHICAGO, Dec. 20. The steamer East
land, which overturned in the Chicago
liver July 14, causing tho loss of 812
lives, was sold to the Illinois Naval re
serve today for S46.000. Alterations will
be made In its hull to make It seaworthy,
and It will be used as a training ship.
The vessel was sold o satisfy the salvage
claims of the company which raised It.
The Day's War News
BELGIUM HAS DRKN the scene
of notable activity by both aides
tn the way of artillery fire, ttr
rordlnar to Berlin. Allied nioel
tora she-lied the Belalan const lit
Wrstende, bat were driven of
KlMKllOtS ARTIILKRV action
nlso have taken plnee alonic thi
front In France, Paris reports.
WITHDRAWAL OF British troops
la the Sarin bay nnd Ansae sones
of the Gnlllpoll peninsula nnd
their transfer to "another sphere
of operation" Is officially an
nounced In London. The slg-nlfl-touch
of the more la not clearly
brooajht ont by the official an
nouncement, but It nir berali
the abandonment of the t.alllplll
GKRMAV 19 RAID to have braui
the concentration of Asatru-C
man forces at the lirrrk border.
The concentration will be com
pleted by Thnrsdny.
PARTY F Former Premier tionr
narls, now minister of the In
terior In the Shnnlondla cabinet,
senna to have been easily suc
cessful la the Greek election.
Do It Now .
Prepare your lists of
purchases and range
of prices in advance
at home from the
in The Bee
orJIJVTO sut MCA
AV&HTCa tDV CICCH CUM
TAKE MAN FROM
German, Taking Out U. S. Papers,
is Removed by Officers of
B0RIN0.UEN VESSEL SEARCHED
NEW YORK. Dec. 20. Wilhelm
Garde of Brooklyn, purser of the
American steamship Borinqucn, was
removed from the vessel off the har
bor of San Juan, Porto Itlco, by offi
cers of the Kronen cruiser Descartes,
according to the Dorlnquen skipper.
The ship arrived here today.
According to Captain Dow of the Borln
quen trie incident occurred about 1 a. m.
on December 16, while hi ship was five
mile outside Ban Juan harbor. . After
T-offlcAru ' from"" the Descartes liad tome
aboard they sent a boat alongside and
directed )urer Garbe to get in. T stop
the Borlnquen the Descartes threw its
searchlight on It. then fired a blank
shot across Its bows.
Garbe, It was said, waa a German, but
had taken out hl.i first cltlsenshlp papers
soma time ago. He had been employed
by the line about three years.
Deal in Interurban
Stock is On; May Build
Line to Omaha Soon
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb., Deo. 20. (Special Tel
egram.) Indications today point to the
sale of the stock of the Iloblnsons In the
Omaha, Lincoln & Beatrice Interurban
railroad to W. B. Sharp and other cap
italists who own the Lincoln Traction
company and the new terminal company
which ia erecting the fclg building at tho
corner of Tenth and O streets In this
Harvey Musser, who has had charge
of the road since the death of the elder
Hoblnaln, Is here and It Is understood
will transfer the stock of his clients,
amounting to about $150,000, a controlling
Interest, to tho above named company
and that as soon as the deal In made
preparations will be started for com
pleting the road to Omaha.
Taft is Better
LA CnOHHE, Wis., Dec. 20-Former
President Taft, who arrived hero sick
last night, was much better thin morning.
lie aroi.tj at 10 o'clock and nald he thought
lie would be able to attend f celptlons
arranged for him today ami make an
atidrest tonight. ...
Mexican Revolution Ends After
Nearly Ten Years of Violence
K LPAKl , Tex.,' Dec. DO. -The Mexican
resolution, which was practlcallv ended
today so far as the Villa oruunlzutlon Is
concerned, began In 11177 with the scthi
tl' d of Antonio Vlllareal and the Manoon
brothers, looking toward the unseating
of tho late Porflrlo Diax ax president.
Villa gained prominence as a military
huder through aaetstance rendered Fran
cisco Madero In the operation preceding
the departure of Dlas from Mexico tu
From the assassination of President
Madero and Vice President Juar- lu
IKIT. Villa aligned himself wlUi t'ar
ruiiia and entered the so-called plan of
At the Agua Calleirtes convention In
111 I, Villa renounced the Guadalupe plan
and ith Kmilano Zapata, atlufked Car
run za in Morelos stute.
In the spring and summer of 1915 Villa
foirce were defeated at Cblaya and Lon
by the C'arransa army under General
;hi.-i;wn, falling back to Agues Callntes,
whliii lie evacuated In July.
A few weeks later General Raoul Ma
dero. a Villa commander, was defeated
at Monterey. He fell back to Torreon and
evacuated that place In teptember.
Following recognition by the 1'nlted
Hates of the t'arranca government as
the de facto government uf Mexico last
ALLIES GIVE IT UP
ARE ALL BUT FORCED
Turk Officers Say French and Brit-
ish Fleet Withdrew in March
as Straits at Mercy
DEFENDERS READY TO FLEE
Ramparts Crumbling and Ottoman's
Ammunition Just About
THEN ENTENTE SHIPS RETIRED
(Corrcsponilcncc of The Associated Press.)
V1KNNA. Nov. 20.-Had tho
allied fleet returned to its attack
upon tho Dardanelles batteries on
tho day after tho great bombsrd
ment of March 19 lnr.t, the waterway
to Constantinople would have been
surely forced, in the opinion of a
number cf artillery officers of the
defense works near Taehanek Kale,
expressed to tho Associated Press
correspondent who has Just come
from the Dardanelles front to
One of the principal batteries had
for thrco of Its large calibre guns
just four armor piercing shells each
whe nnight ended the tremendous ef
fort of the British and French fleet
For the fourth gun five shells were
left, making for the entire hsttery a
total of seventeen projectiles of tho srt
which the aggressors had to (ear. Wh"t
this meant is best un lerstood when It Is
considered that the battery in question
was the one which had to be given the
widest berth by the allied fleet.
Told to Pack.
During the evening of March 1, the
Amorlated Pre as correspondent talked to
several artillery officers from the bat
tery In question.
"Better park and be ready to quit at
daybreak," said one of them.
"Oh, they are sure to get In tomorrow,"
The officer stated his reasons. He was
so sure that the British and French
would return in the morning to finish
their task that there was no question In
his mind as to the propriety of discussing
the ammunition matter.
"We'll hold well enough to' make them
think that there is no end to our supply
of ammunition," ha said. , "Bat it can't
be done If they go about their work In
read earnest. With out heavy pieces use
less they can reduce the bateries on the
other shore without trouble. Th case
looks hopeloas; You had better take my
advice," - ' -
A It-cad r tn Bent It. ,
Following the Injunction thus given tha
correspondent arose early next morning
and parked his few belongings, keeping
meanwhile a watchful eye on the tower
(Continued on Page Two, Column Three.)
Sweet Leaves Rock
Island for Denver
& Rio Grande
NEW YOrtK. Dec. JO, Arthur K.' Sweet
waa elected vice president and general
manager tn charge of operation at a spe
cial meeting of the Denver & Rio Grande
railroad directors in this city today.
Mr. Sweet, who at present la the chief
operating official of the Rock Island sys
tem, will resign from that position at
once and enter upon his new. duties with
He succeeds F. L. Brown, who reoently
resigned when Benjamin F. Bush was no
posed from the presidency of tha Rio
Grande by the Gould interests.
U. S. Protests to
Britain Upon Holding
Up Mail for Sweden
WASHINGTON, Dec. .-The United
States has protested to Great Britain
agalnat Interference with parcel post ship
ments between this country and Sweden,
Secretary Lansing annuueed today.
Mr. Inslng ssld that the Swedish min
ister had complained to the State depart
ment that parcel post shipments had been
held up by British warships on the high
Besides filing a protest the State de
partment has asked Great Britain for an
explanation, Mr. Lansing said.
October, Villa led a force of IS. 000 men
from Casaa Grandee through the Sierra
Mad re mountains Into Honors, Defeated
In the battle of Agua Prleta and In sub
sequent skirmishes, he retired with the
remnant of his forces Into Chihuahua
Following the fall of Monterey Villa
lost the support of the rich and powerful
Madero family. Large Madero holdings
in Coahulla were confiscated by the
Throughout the revolution the Zapata
forces have operated chiefly in the vicin
ity of Mexico City. The surrender of the
Villa organisation Includes about 4,000
armed men, about 76 per cent of the
rolling stock of the railroads of Mexico
and the state of Chihuahua, the richest
mining and live stock district in Mexico.
According to officials here the foreign
interests In Villa controlled territory have
suffered a loss estimated at Srt,Otju,0Oi).
due to confiscation and alleged thefts
of ore, cattle and other property and the
depreciation of Villa currency. These of
ficials rnarge that churches were stripped
of their treasures, banks looted of coin
and specie end confiscated goods given
away to satisfy people ruined by lack of
employment and depreciation of Villa
currency, and murder and terrorism
reigned in VUla controlled territory.
Official Announcement Says that
Troops Have Been Withdrawn
from Anzac Cove and
. Suvla Bay Regions.
TEUTONS ACTIVE IN FLANDERS
Attack on English Trenches Near
Ypres Uner Cloud of Gas is
ARTILLERY DUELS CONTINUE
LONDON, Doc. 20. Operations in
other sectors of the front on the
Callipoll peninsula than those from
which troops were announced today
to have been withdrawn are to be
continued. It is intimated In an of
ficial statement Issued tonight. The
withdrawal was effected without the
knowledge of the movement on the
part of the Turks It is declared.
LONDON, Dec. 20. Withdrawal of
the British troops from the Anzac
Cove' and Suvla Bay regions of the
Callipoll peninsula, is announced in
a brief communication given out
here this afternoon.
.Beyond the . statement ' that the
movement was effected successfully
with small losses, few details are
given and no allusion Is made to the
allied : forces . on the . Seddul Bahr
front, at the tip of the peninsula.
Pome Indication of the long expected
offensive by the Germans in Flanders,
whtre the massing ot Teutonic troops Is
said to have been In progress for several
weeks, la contained in official British end
French reports, which state that under a .
cloud of gas Germans attacked British
trenches northeast of Ypres. According
to these reports, the Oermans failed so
completely that few of them emerged
from their own trenches, and those who
did were mowed down by artillery fire.
Second Attack Repulsed.
, The attack was delivered in the early
morning. Later In, the day the Germans
displayed unusual activity, directing a
heavy bombardment on the British lines
hear Ypres and on the French positions
at Messlnes. Mines were exploded before-
the trenches at Armentleres and Ger
man Infantry attempted unsuccessfully to
occupy the craters thus opened.
Along the remainder of the western
front the Interminable artillery duels
continue, 'with the French gains near tit.
Mlhlei developing an Intense fire.
Tha Russian and Macedonian frontsC sa
far as the public . Is advised, arn in a
state of compartlve quiescence. fx
The position of Greece Is stllj regarded
with keen anxiety on both sides. The
Goumais party Is reported victorious In
the Greek elections, but the expected
change In leaders la not accepted as im
plying a different military policy. Eng
land la Impatiently awaiting the crossing
of tha Greek frontier to see whether
Greece will leave the P.ilonlkt area free
for a struggle on which the Greeks would
become Impassive spectators. '
In Bulgaria the next step Is the subject
(Continued on Page Four, Column One.)
Father of Girl is
. Accused of Murder
PARIS. Tex.. Dec. 20. -T. R. Walton,
father of Pauline Walton, 17, who was
murdered In. her. home early Saturday
morning, waa arrested today and form
ally charged with the murder of his
The arrest waa made shortly after 1
a. m., nearly the entire sheriff's, con
stables' and pollee forces participating.
This wss done. It was said, as a precau
tionary measure for fear of mob violence.
Walton, at daylight, was taken away
by offloers on a southbound train.
tut St lvTS,t
mKi ah Rights
ITS matter what tout Vnrlns.
If VUe sales are o suing- slew.
Way soa't yea advertise Itt
- And wxtca your pronts gvou
man ever mate big nvoaey
By hiding bis baslaess Usbt.
If yea will ose Bee Wan A 4a
Toa'U get Ine' reaoits eJlrtiaft.
There are a great many seals
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