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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO. MONDAY EVENING. JUNE 3. 1907.
Tiie Evening Citlsrn, In Advance, $9 per Jfft
Delivered ly Carriers, CO cent per month.
VOL. 21. NO.
GENEROSITY WITH A PROFIT
CHINESE REBELS ARE MEMORIAL UNVEILED 111
SWORN 10 TRY
HONOR OF JEEF
IN PRICES OF
Men Who Will Determine
Whether Western Miners'
-He Expresses Himself as Well
Satisfied With the Jurors and
His Attorneys Have Begun
Battle of Evidence With
Boise, Idaho, June 3. The trial of
William 1. Haywood for the killing
of ex-Governor Stuenenberg was re
sumed at 11 o'clock this morning and
within a few minutes the jury was
completed and sworn.
The men who will try Haywood
Thomas B. Ges., real estate.
Finley McBean, rancher.
Samuel D. Oilman, farmer.
Daniel Clark, farmer.
George Powell, rancher.
O. V. Sehers, farmer.
H. F. Messccar, farmer.
Lee Scrivener, farmer.
J. A. Robinson, farmer.
Levi Smith, carpenter.
A. P. Burns, retired rancher.
Samuel F. Russell, farmer.
After a good night's rest Haywood
was apparently completely restored
this morning and expressed himself
as feeling "tirst rate. rie took reg
ular exercise on the lawn around
the Jail before court.
This afternoon Haywood expressed
himself as well pleased with the Jury
which holds his fate in Its hands, ami
his attorneys have prepared for a
hard-fought battle during the taking
of evidence. The prosecution is
ready with its witnesses today.
Out of the last venire the first tales.
man called was accepted. He was a
Scot, 12 years old, proud of his na
tive country, and although he had
given board and lodging to Gov,
Steunenberg throughout the latter's
first term, was without prejudice.
Klchardson examined him and failed
to gain a damaging admission.
"I was criticised for letting Harmon
Cox stay on the Jury the other day
but look what Klchardson has done
today." said Darrow, with a tinge of
bitterness, as the Juror was declared
acceptable by his legal partner, and
If Darrow had been given his way
the last peremptory of the defense
would have been used on Steunen-
berg's former friend and landlord
But Richardson holds that as Juror
Robinson expressed the Scotchman's
fondness lor Burns, such a man
.should be a good Juror In a case
where "man's inhumanity to man
makes countless thousands mourn,
will cut a figure for the prisoner at
the bar. Hut Darrow looks deeper,
and even had the juror been a Walt
Whitman worshipper, the Chicago
lawyer would have laid traps for
Architect To-irtellotte was finally
excused from the jury after several
private conferences among the law
yers for the two sides and the court.
He is opposed to capital punishment
and he is prejudiced agains the West
ern Federation-of Miners and he has
a conscience that pricked him ever
since he was accepted. It was his
intention to decline to take the oath
as a juror at the last moment.
iJnlhlde Over Debs.
In the examination of a Juror who
belonged to the socialist division. Sen
ator Borah questioned him regarding
reading Debs' contributions to social
ist literature, which brought Darrow
to his feet in an instant, protesting
tile use of this name to bias the cane
for the defense. He showed temper.
After having ordered Debs to keep
out of Boise, even though the Feder
ation treasury would have to pay a
goodly sum to Debs for doing so, the
socialist lawyer did not propose to
have the bugaboo brought up at that
late date, but the court refused to
obliterate Debs and all that was left
for Darrow was to enter an excep
tion. AGED MURDERER
Grand Junction, Colo., June 3. A
report has reached this city from the
1'inlah reservation that William
Jlrenniek. who was alleged to have
been implicated in the murder of
Klward liowe, a bartender at Lead
Mile, a year ago. was killed by a fall
of rock in the Sweetwater district.
Breimii k secured a homestead in the
l intah land drawing and went there
to t.ike up his residence after he had
been involved In the Leadvllle auair.
He later secured work in the govern
OLD TIMK IMGII.1ST
li:.l AT NKW YORK
New York. June 3. Barney Aaron,
an old time light weight pugilist, was
buried here Sunday. He died Thurs
day in a sanitarium on Long island,
where lie had been for about a year.
He was 77 years oil. Like his
fit her. Aaron was a great bare
knuckle rightei and he beat every
man in his class Hi England.
Special to The Kvening Citizen. 4
Washington, D. C, June 3. a
The young sou of Mr. Hamilton
of Roswell was ioday appointed a
to the I'. S. Naval Academy at a
Annapolis. lelegate Andrews a
tailed at the navy department, a
where he made arrangements to a
have the New Mexico appoint- a
meat made. The delegate wu a
also a vUitur at the While House a
today and spent several hour a
Pacific Lines and Corner
Were Affected Severely on
New YorK Exchange
BY MANY CAUSES
Discouraged Tone of Public Ut
terances by Head of Harriman
System. Unseasonable Crop
Weather and Contraction
New York, June 3. There was a
sharp break In the prices of stocks in
the early dealings on 'change today,
which was particularly severe In Pa
cific railroads and copper Industrials.
These suffered losses between two
and three points each and sold at
lower prices than In the break of a
The discouraged tone of the public
utterances by the head of the Harri
riman system, unseasonable weather
for crops and business, contraction In
various branches of Industry and
lower prices for copper and exports
of gold affected the market unfavor
ably. The close left these stocks In the
condition named, with no prospects
for betterment. However, with bet
ter weather during the next few days
there will be a marked rise In all
stocks. The bad weather during the
month of May over the entire country
Is, In fact, the principal cause of the
T STRUNG UP
BY WRISTS IN
Charges of Inhuman Treat
ment by Superintendent
Trelford Made In Santa Fe.
Special to Ulie Kvening Citizen.
Santa Fe N. M June 3. The a
New Mexican this afternoon pub- a
lished a lengthy story charging a
cruelty and Inhuman treatment a
of convicts at the territorial pen- a
itentiary, under orders of Super- a
intendent Arthur Trelford. a
A number of cases are cited a
and the paper quotes a number a
relative to these
An Investigation of conditions a
at the prison is asked for at the a
hands of Governor Raynolds. a
The Xew Mexican states that a
such an investigation would re- a
suit in startling disclosures. a
Among the cases cited by that a
paper is one in which, it is said, a
a convict was strung up by the a
wrists in a dark cell for seven- a
teen hours with only bread and a
water to eat. The offense, f ir a
which this rigorous punishment a
was imposed, was of minor im- a
portance. It is said that the a
convict was released only when a
It was feared he would not sur- a
vive unless given relief. a
other Instances of great cruel- a
ty and inhuman treatment are a
also made and each veiled
gravely upon the penitentiary of- a
It Is believed here that the re- a
suit will be an investigation as a
soon as the matter is brought to a
the attention of Governor Ray- a
( i fi ( ( i i
TRIED TO SUICIDE
Globe. Ariz.. June 3. Henry B.
Davis, the negro convicted of murder
and who was sentenced to hang Fri
day morning, made an ineffectual at
tempt to commit suicide in the coun
ty Jail at Globe, but his nerve failed
him and he only succeeded in cutting
an ugly looking, but not iMngerous
gash in his throat.
It Is the custom in the jail to al
low the prisoners the u. of a razor
to shave themselves whenever they
desire and one was furnished to
Davis Wednesday afternoon. He has
apparently been br ling over his
coming fate and after he had finish
ed shaving be pulled the keen blade
across bis neck. other prisoners In
the Jail discovered him lying In his
cell groaning and with blood stream
ing from his throat, and they gave
the alarm to Jailer Henderson.
It was flr-t thought tnat Davis had
been seriously If not fit.tlly slashed,
but upon examination it was fou.-id
that his wound was not serious.
OF JKFKKKsON I
New Orleans. La.. June 3 Confed
erate Memorial day and the annlver
siry of Jefferson Davis' birth. w is
observed throughout Louisiana today.
Monuments and graves of Confeder
ate dead were decorated in all ceme
teries ami ad lreses were delivered by
INI l:KlUV l lltK IN
IN M KAMK.lt IM KAXIC
New York. June 3. Fire supposed
ly of incendiary origin, was discover
ed in the steerage of the White Star
Line steamer Oceanic at 1 o'clock
ItiU morning, but it wag brought un
der control within two hours, the
steamer's hold being flooded.
The damage cannot be estimated
until the cargo U removed.
Second San Francisco Inci
dent Worries Politici
ans In Toklo.
APPREHENSIONS AS TO
Tokio, Japan, June 3. Leading
persons in and out of politics seem
to have considerable apprehension re
garding Japan's future relations with
the United States.
Actual hostility, however, Is not
thought of, but the peculiar posltirn
In which the federal government is
placed In regard to state autonomy
arid the defiant attitude of labor in
terests against Japan's treaty rights,
as manifested In the second San Fran
cisco Incident, make the politicians
KXTKACTINU A TOOTH
C.U'SKD JIK.li DEATH.
Fort Collins, Colo., June 3. Miss
Klva Kauffman, secretary of the
North I'oudre Irrigation company.
died Saturday evening of heart fail-1
tire. She had been suffering for some j
time from a wisdom tooth coming!
through her cheek and causing it to i
become badly swollen. Monday the i
tooth wag removed, cocaine being
used. Thursday she went to the doc- j
tor's oftice, collapsed and was taken
home, where she grew steadily worse I
until the end. It is thought heart
failure might have resulted from ;
something which she took to alleviate i
the pain, from which she suffered in- j
tensely a few days before her death.
ASKS $25,000 FOR
DEATH OF f
On June 6, 19oii. Daniel J. o'Sul
llvan, a iireman on a Santa Fe freight
engine, was killed at Gallup, McKin
ley county, N. M., by a collision.
o'Suliivan Is survived by a mother
and several sisters and brothers.
After his burial. Henry I. Owen, of
Albuquerque, was appointed admin
istrator of the estate of the deceased.
This morning in the district court
of Mi-Kinley county Mr. Owen, as ad
ministrator, tiled a suit against the
Atchison. Topeka & Santa Fe Hall
way company asking for $25,000
damages, on account of O'Sullivan's
The petition states that O'Suliivan
came to his death by the negligence
and carelessness of employes of the
Santa Fe, and asks that the
award the plaintiff :3,OOil,
terest thereon from June I'S,
lDOtt. MAN COMMANDANT
AT I.KAGl'i: ISLAND.
Philadelphia, June 3. Capt. Kdvvln
C. Pendleton, until recently in com
mand of the battleship Missouri, to
day entered upon his duties of com
mandant of League island navy yard.
He succeeds Admiral Tilley, who died
i:GI. AND WILL DROP
TIIK "IRISH HILL."
London, June 3. In the house of
commons today Premier Campbell
Haiiii.-i riian formally announced that
tiie government. In view- ,f the re
jection of the "Irish bill" by the na
tionalists' convention m Dublin had
decided to drop the measure.
LAND DEALS 10
n i t i i i f ( n 1 1 1
Sperid to The Kvening Citizen.
Washington. D. C, June 3.
Tiie publication of the presi-
dent's letter to former Governor
II. J. Hagerman. is not coin- ;
mented upon here. The affair is
considered as closed and is ex-
citing little or no interest. About 1
the only result looked for is that i
it may hasten the investigation
of land deals in New Mexico pro
and con. as well as other mat- (
ters pertaining to nfttclal life in
New Mexico. It Is understood ;
here that Governor Curry would j
welcome a thorough Investiga- 4 j
tlon prior t assuming his duties
4 as governor.
I IMIMt (Ntlli1
BIG BLAZE AT
Eight Families Narrowly Es
caped From Flames
WOMEN AND CHILDREN
RESCUED BY POLICE
Newark, X. J., June 3. Three lives
were lost and thousands of dollars In
damage done by a fire which started
early this morning in the Newark
Turnvereln hall, at 188 William
street, i f .
The ' known dea.. ate Joseph
Hoeneke, janitor of the hall, his wife
and child, all of whom were burned
The llames, fanned by a strong
wind, spread with great rapidity and
for a time a great conflagration
threatened that part of the city.
Kight families occupied the floors
above the hall and women and chil
dren were rescued by policemen with
Machinists Strike for Nino Hours.
Cleveland, Ohio, June 3. Two
thousand machinists in the shops
where the union demand for a nine
hour day was refused, went on strike
WIDKI.Y KNOWN MIXING I
MAN DIKS Nl DDK.N I.Y.
Denver, June 3. Maj. J. J. Dubois, j
a widely known mining man, stock- ,
man and race horse breeder, died
suddenly yesterday on his ranch near
this city, of lesion .if the heart. II
was till years of awe.
COUNTRY NEAR HERE
Arroyos Were Flooded. Roads!
Washed Away and Many
I There was a cloudburst about
' we've miles southwest of this city
; Sunday afternoon about 4 o'clock, ac-
, "ruing to reports i.rought here by
ranenman living near the mountains.
i The water fell In almost a solid
sheet, covering a radius of about six
miles, and the mesa was inundated.
' Several parties returning to Albu-!
1 iueriue from a day's outing had
much ditlleulty In escaping safely. A,
party of Indians that sought shelter ,
from the storm In an arroyo, narrow - I
ly escaped drowning.
The water was several feet deep In
the arroyos and in the canyons, the
small streams rose a foot an hour and
then subsided almost as quickly.
The ranchman who told of the
cloudburst said that of the twelve
miles of road he ordinarily traveled,
only about three miles was left in
tact ,tho balance being washed out
and cut ai ro.-s by arroyos where the
j water had washed away tho .sandy
i soil. The road is In bad shape and
.can not be safely iraveled after dark.
Fortunately the cloudburst oc
j curred east of the railroad and thus
I bad washouts were avoided.
AlbuiuerUeans yesterday even
, ing notic ed a heavy dark cloud to the
' southeast and there was a continuous
rumbling of tliui -l- r for almost an
Tills cloud was the one which
i caused the great fall of water.
ALFONSO OK M'XIN
TO UK CATTLi: KING.
M idrid, June 3. At the instigation
of uuecn Victoria, King Alfonso Is
planning to become a raiser of cattle
on a large scale. An Island III one of
the beautiful bays of northern ispuin
is being sought and ttiere the king
proposes to lay out a farm, according
to the most modern ideas, and breed
Part of each summer will be spent
In tills retreat. It is this part of the
program which pleasos the queen, as
It will give her an opportunity to en
Joy the outdoor rural life she was
accustomed to in England, free from
the restraints -of court formalities.
THREE MET DEATH
SENTENCE IN GREENE-
Two Defendants Will Receive
Four Years Imprisonment
and Fines of S575.000.
FRAUDS IN CONTRACT
WORK AT SAVANNA!
New Orleans, June 3. The sentence
of the Savannah court In the famous
Greene and Gaynor case, Involving
over a half million dollarB fraud in
government contract work In Savan
nan harbor, was affirmed today In
an opinion handed down by the
Lulled States circuit court of ap
The sentence is four years' impris
onment euch and tines aggregating
j i a.uuu.
Judges Shelby and Mccormick ren
dered the opinion and Judge Pardee
This was one of the most famous
fraud case a ever fought in the United
States, being bitterly contested by the
ueiense. it nag been berore the
J courts for several years. Hoth Greene
I and Gaynor will be obliged to pay
j the penalties imposed in this opinion
AX rXIIKALIHV TOWN'
roil horni: tiiikvks
Newton, Kan., June' 3. Horse
thieves will do well to keep away
from W hltewater, in Butler county
near here. The farmers there have
an Anti-Horse Thief association
which has never failed to get every
thief it has tried to capture. Five
thieves were captured by the asso
elation last week.
Famous Danish Woman Fa
tally Hurt Because of Her
Copenhagen, June 3. Carda Kron
Nathanson, the celebrated Danisl
actress, was shot and mortally wound
ed by her husband yesterday at the
I Hotel Aalberg. In Jutland.
The actress' husband committed
suicide immediately after the shoot
Jealousy was the cause for his ac
WATKItMHUT CAI KKN
:o,0(IO DAM AG K
l-xlngton. Ky., June S. Keports
received here today Indicate that the
damage by Saturday night's water
spout probably exceeded 150.000.
In Central and eastern Kentucky
small buildings, live stock, etc., were
Amalgamated I ncreasc! 5, 000. (1011.
.New York, June 3. The net in
come of tho Amalgamated Copper
company for the year ending April 30
last, is shown by the annual report to
day to be $14,154,400, an increase
over last year of nearly five million
Sioux City. la.. June 3. One hour's
din for each of the twelve children of
a newly married paid, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry iirovvn, was furnished by 200
charivarists, who. ufter keeping a
section of the town awake all night,
were dispersed by tiie police at day
The record breaking charivari was
given because the man had seven
children and his bride, a widow, rive.
As a result of the twelve hour sere
nade the house of the bride's father
is almost wrecked. Its porch torn off,
windows smashed, and screens torn
own. Ths outbuildings were broken
up to furnish clubs and toia-tom
beaters. Plies of cans, pails, scrap
iron, discs, and clubs were left in the
yard, giving the appearance of a double-Jointed
Their Leaders Permit No
Looting and Foreigners
Are Protected as
Far as Possible.
PACIFIC SQUACRON IS
White Women Ordered to Honrj
Kong by British Consul-Though
No Foreigners Have Been Mo
lested up to the Present.
Many Are Endangered,
Amoy, June 3. Quiet Is maintained
at Swatow, although there is great
anxiety as to the outcome of the re
volt in the surrounding country.
Many retugees continue to arrive
here and a number of missionaries
reached Swatow today.
Conditions at Chang Chow, where
there Is a small American mission
and at Si Okho are unsettled.
Rebel leaders allow no looting and
no foreigners have been molested ai
far as Is known.
l-'or Safety of Women.
Hong Kong, June 3. The British
consul at Pakhol has ordered the
white women there to proceed to
Hong Kong. The white men have
been armed and are taking turns in
The capture of Llachau by the
rebels was only temporary. Tha
missionaries there are safe. The rls.
ing Is still spreading, but more troops
are being concentrated.
HolK'ls March to Swatow.
Ten thousand rebellious Triads are
reported to be marching on Swatow,
one of the Important seaports.
The news was brought here by
courlerg from the disturbed districts
of Kwangtung province. Added to
stories of the spread of the revolt In
other sections of the province, the re
port of Swatow's danger has greatly
alarmed and excited residents here.
A military force was recently dis
patched from Swatow against the
rebels, leaving the city practically de
fenseless, except for several warships
In the harbor. Messengers who
brought the word of the advance on
Swatow declare that the rebels avoid
ed the imperial troops and then began
a forced march toward the city.
Out wit U'1 tho Soldiers.
They were able to secure a lead of
many miles before the soldiers were
Informed that they had been out
witted and could not turn back. A
race between the rebels and troops
for the threatened city then began,
which was won by the rebels.
The rebels so far have confined
their depredations to killing civil and
Discouraging reports from other
sections of Kwangtung province state
that hundreds of dissatisfied Chinese
are joining the rebels and that the
revolt Is assuming gigantic propor
tions. In the mountainous districts
of the province the rebels can find
many strongholds from which It will
bo dillicult to dislodge them.
.Squadron llciidves Order.
London, June 3. A dispatch to th
Daily Mall from Shanghai says that
the American Pacific squadron has
been ordered concentrated there In
view of possible disturbances in the
southern provinces of China.
CAPT. KIJCK. FINNISH
Declares That Russia Will
Have Terrible Uprisings
in ear Future.
Xew York, June 3. Capt. J. Kock.
leader of the famous Finnish Had
Guards, the revolutionary in It 1 1 la. of
Finland, although searched for by tho
secret pollen of Russia and all Fur
ope, has arrived here safely, says the
There Is a price of many thousand
roubles on his head, but Kock de
clares that he will continue his work
for the liberation of Finland, and that
uprisings far greater and more ter
rible than any In the past will con
front the Hussian government.
TEN INJURED IN AN
Cable Itroke. Dropping Cur to Hits
Ita-o-iiicnl One I ulally and
l our Seriotisily Hurt.
Akron. Ohio. June 3. Ten persons
were injured In an elevator accident
at the plant of the Good Year Tire
and Rubber company today.
The most seriously hurt is F. F.
Stafford, who may die.
The cable rope supporting the ele
vator broke, causing the car to drop
two stories. It was crowded at the
time with employes going to their
work and a panic was narrowly avert
ed when the cable broke. Four of the
injured are In a serious condition.
EXTENSION OF TIME
FOR SHIPPING CATTLE
Washington. D. C. June 3. The
extension granted by Secretary of Ag
riculture Wilson of ten days from
May 15th, allowing the movement of
dipped cat t el into certain counties,
and registration districts, has expired.
Richmond. Va.. Observed His
Birthday With Elaborate Ex
ercises. Thousands Being
DAUGHTER PULLED '
Confederate Veterans Throughout
the South Today Observed Con
federate Memorial Day and
Honored President of the
Richmond, Va., June 8. An ever
lasting memorial to JefTerson Davis,
patriot an'd statesman, who was
chosen leader of the "lost cause" and
the first and only president of the
Confederate States of America, was
unveiled here today as the crowning
feature of the annual reunion.
The ceremony was made the oc
casion for a grand military pageant
In which every veteran In gray who
was physically able, and many who
were not, participated.
Mrs. J. A. Hayes, of Colorado
Springs, daughter of Jefferson Davis,
pulled the cord that held the canvas
shroud which covered the fine broiu
Her two young sons, grandsons of
the confederate president, caught the
two cords which were used to com
plete the unveiling.
The monument to Jefferson Davis
Is the crowning feature of Rich
mond's great monument avenue.
It typifies the vindication of Davis
and the cause of the confederacy, the
leading Inscription being "Deo Vln-
dlce ' (God will Vindicate.)
DAY OBSF,nVF.D BY
Montgomery, Ala., June 3. Thl
city took marked notice of the un
veiling of the statue of Jefferson
Davis in Richmond today, all busi
ness being suspended for five min
utes at the hour of the unveiling.
Many people gathered about the sta1
upon the capltol steps which marked
the spot where President Davis took
the oath of otttce as president of tha -confederacy,
and bowed their heads
during the time of the unveiling.
IJIItTHDAY IS A I.KfSAL
HOLIDAY IX TEXAS.
Dallas. Texas, June . a. The .neMU,.,
state law which makes Jefferson
Davis' birthday a legal holiday was
observed by the closing of the post
office and other federal offices, busi
ness being generally suspended.
Kxerclses were held in many towns
In Texas in honor of the day., prom
inent speakers participating.
GIRL BECAME INSANE
Raton. X. M., June 3. Miss Na
tlvldad Romero, of Starkvllle, Colo.,
who lias been teaching school near
Aibuquero.ue, was taken In charge by
Deputy Sheriff Gale Thursday, having
been wandering around town mental
ly unbalanced for several days.
Miss Romero was on her way to
her home In .Starkvllle from the Duke
City and it Is said became unbalanced
on the train. She stopped here In
stead of continuing her Journey and
her condition being noticed. was
taken in charge by the authorities and
her brother, a well known resident
of Starkvllle, notified. He arrived
here yesterday morning anil took his
sister to her home. He stated that
whenever she traveled on a train It
affected her mind.
HILL AND IIUIBODEN
MUST SERVE TIME
Denver. June 3. Leonard Imboden
and James A. Hill, convicted of
wrecking the Denver Savings bank,
will have to serve their full peniten
tiary sentences unless the state board
of pardons acts.
The supreme court of the state to
day handed down a written opinion
In which the verdict of the district
court was aitirmed.
The opinion states that the men
had a fair and impartial trial and
must abide by the lower cjurl's de
cision. ONE KILLED, TWO
INJURED IN WRECK
liride Workman !-ud, Another la
jurctl und I orvinan s W ife I la il
ly Hurt at Ortiz-
At S o'clock Saturday night a
freight train hauling some work cars
carrying a bridge-building crew.
Jumped the track at Ortii station,
killing one of the bridge crew, Cleve
land Atkinson, and severely injuring
Mrs. Durllng. wife of the crew fore
man, one other workman was bad
The train was running at a fast
rate of speed, and without apparent
reason suddenly left the track. The
cars were Jumbled together ani it
appears unaccountable that the re
sults were not more disastrous to hu
man life. Some of the car were
damaged beyond repair.
The cars of the work gang were
ahead of the loaded freight cars, in
violation of the rules of the road,
and the entire train crew has been
discharged for this disobedience. The
boarding cars were being hauled to
Cerrillos, where they were t dJ some
The wrecking crew from Albuquer
que arrived at the scene of the wreck
less than three hours afttr the acci
dent and cleared the track In a short
The remains of Cleveland Atkinson
were brought here for embalming
and will be taken tJ Arkansas, the
former home of the dei.iiaed, for