The Assassination that Started the First World War

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SERB STUDENT ASSASSINATES ARCHDUKE AND HIS DUCHESS CAPT. HOPKINS CHARGES LETTERS WERE STOLEN AS PART OF CONSPIRACY Lawyer Intimates Cientifico Plot to Suppress Suppress Success of CarranzaRevolution Readily Admits Friendship for Enemies of Huerta. Hat and emphatic denial that American "Big Business" Business" is back of the constitutionalist revolution in Mexico was made today by leading constitutionalist representatives representatives in Washington. The charge that "Big Business" is in fact engineering the revolution.has been made on various occasions. It has once more been thrust to the front by the publication this morninginTiJew York and Washington of correspondence of the junta of the constitutionalists in this city. The allegation is made on the reputed basis of this correspondence that powerful business interests in the United States are working hand-in-glove with Carranza. The inference which is intended to be drawn from the disclosure disclosure of the correspondence is that the revolutionary armies in Mexico are merely pawns which are being used, as a matter of cold-blooded fact to serve the purposes of American high finance. NEWMAN TO Fill MOTION FOR NEW Til WEDNESDAY Three Grounds for Setting! Aside Verdict in Ouster Suit Are Alleged. A motion for & new trial of the quo warranto proceedings against Commissioner Commissioner Newman will be filed with Justice Justice Gould Wednesday. The chief grounds on which attorneys for Mr. New-man hope to have set aside the verdict of ouster returned by the Jury last week are. Ttts verdict was contrary to the evidence. evidence. The court erred in overruling defendant's defendant's motion for special instructions instructions to the Jury. The court erred in Instructing the Jury on the question of "intention" and "actual residence. Meaning Of "Intention.' Attorneys Ralston and Richardson, counsel for Mr. Newman, in supporting their motion for a new trial, will argue all the law polcts presented at the original trial on the meaning of "Intention" "Intention" as applied to Mr. Newman's making Washington hi " pirwatiriit residence. They also will maintain that the term "actual residence" in the. statute Is not to be constnted as re-1 fliiTHn? nrtual nhvjtiral reftlrienr. herA. The fact that Justloe Gould refused all , requests for special prayers t Instruction Instruction to the Jury will be presented as another ground for a new trial. Following the presentment of the mo-' tlon for a new trial Wednesday, Justice Justice Gould will et the time of hearing arguments on the motion, which will' probably be within two weeks In thet event that a now trial Is denied, tho attorneys for Mr. Nevman will Immediately Immediately file an appea bond, taking ' the case to the Court of Appeals. In the meantime. Commissioner Newman Newman will continue his service at the head of the District Government. FALL VICTIMS MBBmtmim:teL;-:mrmin: TO ASSASSIN MS FLY THROUGH MR IH UEIIT. PORTE Trans-Atlantic Flight Plans Ad-. vanced by Almost Perfect Behavior of the Marvel. By LIEUT. JOHN CYRIL PORTE, R. N, Rapid and encouraging progress toward toward the completion of the America has been made. The trial of the new hydroplaning hydroplaning surfaces brought the air liner out of the water In a twenty-mile wind-and wind-and carrying a load of 1.13S pounds. It will require now only slight further alteration or extension of the effective planing surface of the boat to enable it to rise with the additional 400 to 600 pounds with which It will start across the Atlantic. We carried seven men, 100 pounds of gasolene and two bags of sand. Tha men were not lightweights. Period Of Development Such exhibition carries one back only a few years to the stage in aeronautical development where the aviator's weight was a stern consideration. It reminded me of the first aeroplane navy lieutenant. Demoiselle monoplane, jv ne?Wr haden'L enough wine lift me fairly off the ground. I waa In despair, because In those days I tipped the beam at 1S5 pounds, and feared that I waa too bulky ever to fly. Our five passengers taken yesterady as ballast, averaged 173 pounds. I believe it is the first seven-man flight i America. With Hallett at 115 pounds, myself at 1SS, and our five for ballast, the passengers and crew of the America weighed 1,170 pounds. Tne remainder of .the cargo tras composed composed of gasolene, oil and sand. The boat itself, with the added weight of the supplementary planing surfaces weighed 2.SO0; to that, in round figures, figures, we took up a total weight of 4.UO pounds. We hae been fighting on a SEVEN NGERS r!k.v "iMT-; i- "- - - - - :' r ;" BOMB WD INTO CARRIAGE FAILS TO EXPLODE, USES PISTOL Fires Several Shots, All of Which Lodged in Vital Parts, and Francis Ferdinand of Austria and Sophie Chotek, His Morganatic Morganatic Wife, Were Found to Have Been Killed Instantly. VIENNA,, June 28. into the carriage. This took i bought aa a nana and the.. archduchess-were assassinatfHitfHav::n: ffov 1 paid $1,809 Xorva - v - - V " ... - ,JLJt'Veiy.cfefe, 2r-? J , and tnhMriswereMeavinthfraraTfivo stahrtr5i3-2rT.t- area and power to c?ccim- n Conn'on ctuWnn rf o7rrT-ifanri f.rc "Vif.-larJ U.U ouiii, u. ubiiiuu Jiuui.ui ji tj511ib4.11, IJtOL JlUllbU a. UVlllU fire on the royal couple with a revolver. He fired several shots, all of which lodged in vital points and the archduke and duchess were found to have been killed instantly. The assassin was arrested after being attacked by a mob and has been placed in jail. He had been banished from Bosnia. The Austrian' cabinet has been summoned to Vienna and are now in session. - The Archduke Francis .Eejcdi- no effort. He then opened

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  1. The Washington Times,
  2. 28 Jun 1914, Sun,
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