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VOL. 21. NO. 173.
T3UQUEKQUE, NEW MEXICO. WEDNESDAY EVENING. JULY 24. 1907.
The Livening Cltlen, In AdTanoc, fS per
Delivered lif Carrier, 60 tnt per month.
JAPAN IS UNDERfiK '
HAVLEY DENOUNCED AS
EVELYN T
THAT HER
Evelyn Nesbit Thaw on Her
Daily Visit to the Tombs
n
WHOLE CHINESE
"A TOOL"
HAW DENIES
AFFECTION
FOR PRISONER
HUSBAND WANING
EUPUE
Russian Paper Publishes De
J
c
Bitter Arraignment of Pros
ecuting Attorney by Dar
row In His Argument
Today.
'S
RELIGIOUS ATTACK
Says Latter "Laid His Sins on
Jesus" But Detective McPar
land Had Him "Lav His
Crimes on Hay
wood First."
In a denunciation that was
terrible In Its bitterness, Attor-
ney Clarence IXirrow, of the If
t Haywood defense. arraigned
C Prosecutor Hawloy aa a "hired
man actuated by no other mo-
t tive than to Ret the money of
f the abate that he might build
4 another addition to his home." '
He also called him the "tool of
the mine owners," and said he T
4 whk "bug-house."
narrow's laughing statement
that Orchard was persuaded to
4 lav his sins on Jesus by his re-
4 lisnouM advisor, but that "Fath- f
4' it" (Detective) McParland first
.had him lay his crimes on Hay- f
4 wood, did some harm to Or- '
4 chard's evidence." V
.ttf iiuff I1(T(
Boise, Idaho, July 24. Attorney
Clarence Harrow began the clowing
. auoress for the defense In the Hay
wood case this mornong. The court
room was crowded to Its full capac
ity. In opening, Darrow Impressed the
chief case on the twelve men In the
bcx and declared that the defendant
is In Idaho as an alien, brought 1,600
miles from his home Into a commun
ity and before a Jury which does not
view his life or Industry as the men
accused of the1 murder of Governor
Steunenbergr have been taught to
look at it.
" "The defendant iiftiiU cae," de
clared Darrow, "has been brought to
trial In the home of a man who was
killed In a most cowardly way. Many
of you on this Jury voted for Steu
nenberg for governor. One of you
had business relations with him,
while In the house of another of
you, he made his home for two
years.
A Fair Trial.
"You are almost of the family cir
cle of the murdered man and none
ot you has ever had any community
of Interest with the defendant. Un
der these circumstances I can but
iisk. you to lay aside as much of pas
sion and prejudice as you can, and
look at us as if we were one of you."
The attorn"y asked for a fair and
Ijiipartlnil trial, and that the jury be
guided by the evidence only. He said
the prosecution knew it could not
convict on ex:iet evidence and was
relying on forced circumstances to
got :i verdict.
Want floor Out Verdict.
He called on the Jury for a clear
cut verdict ar d asked them not to
mmpromis on any verdict of mur
der, .or manslaughter) or murder in
the second i.'giee.
"I would not thank this Jury If It
returned a verdict of assault and
batiery and assessed a fine of five
dollars against the defendant," he
said.
"If you Itlleve the story that has
bem told i.ijiiinst this man, take him
and hang him. Hill Haywood is either
guilty or innocent. If he Is guilty I
l.ave nothing to say. But men, this
is a case of Orchard from beginning
(Coiuiniictl on Pugo Eight.)
REVISED LIST LEAVES
93 LOST IN SEA
Few Changes Made by Arri
vals of Vessels With
Survivors.
San Francisco, Cal., July 24. But
few changes have been made. In the
list of the lost and saved in the
steamer Columbia disaster published
yesterday. Chew Mock, Chinese, and
Miss R. Musser. lirst reported miss
ing, were saved. The bodies of th
victims are being held by the coroner
at Kureka, pending orders from rela
tives or friends to have them Bhipped
to this city or Portland. The revised
list "f passengers shows IDS saved
and 7 7 missing. Of the ollicers and
crew, 40 were saved and 16 are miss
ing. This makes a total of S)3 unao
counted for.
Sun Ivors at .Wrlu.
Astoria, Ore., July it. All night
l'Mig an eager throng Aaited on the
docks for the arrival of the steamer
(Seorge W. Klder, which had on board
many survivors all from the Colum
bia. When the boat at last arrived,
there was a scene of rejoicing among
tlioe who hud friends and relatives
on board. The scene was not with
out wnovr, however, for here and
there were expectant people hoping
against hope that their loved one
might be among the Baved. The
steamer Klder carried sixty-five pas
sengers of the ill fated Columbia.
tails of Great Plot to
Overthrow Manchu
Dynasty.
INTRIGUE SOWN
T EAST
Nations of West Pitted by Wily
Orientals Against China In
Hopes of Causing Down
fall of Present Em
peror. St. Petersburg, Russia, July 24.
The Novoe Vremya today published
the details ot an alleged dynastic
movement in southern China, ascrib
ing it to Japanese Instigators, who,
the paper says, are busily preparing
for the Manchu dynasty in China
th same fat.w4leh has Just oyer
taken the emperor of Korea. :'
The paper., says that . Japanese
agents have' worked their-way into
the most remote corners of the.' em
pire.
The note of the Japanese' Intrigue
consists in assuring the Chiilese that
Japan is their protector against the
nations of the west, and at the same
time assuring ihe westerns that Ja
pan is their vanguard against the
Chinese peril. "
The apprehension of the Novoe
Vremya regarding the re-opening of
the far eastern question Is fully
shared in Russian military circles,
where the steady armament of China
and Janan is viewed with alarm. The
movement Is regarded as primarily
menacing the remnant of Russian
possessions upon the Pacific.
Would Dominate World.
The 7iusalan home office refused
to give out . any official statement
concerning the accusations made by
the newspaper against Japan, but
privately the officials gave out inti
mations that their investigations have
conclusively proved, the truth of the
allegations, and mat even more e:
feet has Ibeen gained toy the Japanese
than appears on the surface. They
Insist that an effort is being made by
Japan to obtain control of China and
with her Immense population and
military resources, practically domi
nate the world.
Their information regarding this
movement is gained from consulates
and other means of official communi
cation in the Chinese empire and
Manchuria. There are thousands of
loyal Russians In these districts who
make reports to their home govern
ment. tout whose connection with
Russia Is not known nor suspected.
Japs Sow Discord.
From these sources It Is learned
according to the Novoe Vreyma which
Is the recognized official paper of
the palace, that Japanese appear In
all sections ot the Chinese empire,
dressed usually as coolies, and pro
ceed to work themselves by slow de
grees Into the confidence of the peo
ple and lower officials. Then the
seeds of discord are spread and the
Jap spies keep the work moving by
frequent exhibitions of letters and
other matters which apparently con
Arm their statements. Among th
higher classes the same game Is pur
sued, though of course, Japanese of
higher rank are used as spies.
GMDDKX TROPHY
HACK EXDS TODAY,
New York, July 24. The first of
the Ulldden automobile tourists
reached the city hall at Jersey City
the end of their 1,550 mile run, a
noon today, a half hour ahead o
the schedule. Other cars promptly
followed.
ROOSEVELT VICTIM OF
A POSTAL CARD
"Uncle Sam Will Renew Lease
is Purport of Senders'
Desires.
New York, July 24. From all
parts of the country during the past
few days. President Itoosevelt has
reelved postal cards urging him to
reconsider his declaration of 1904
and acciipt another nomination for
the 'presidency. The cards bear a
picture of the white house under
which is the Inscription, "L'ncle Sam
will renew lease." The growing Hood
of cards indicates that some one has
started a caimidiKn to Induce Roose
velt to change his mind.
The president has not expressed
the slightest indication of anything
other than amusement, according to
the friends who have visited him at
Oyster Hay. He merely laughs when
asked about the delude of cards, and
Wonders when it will end.
The first of the cards came from
this city but they now bear date liii-"
of cities ill all parts of the L'niteJ
Slates.
MAX Y illlMi I I COM
UK AT IX (IIK (;o
Chicago. July 24. Two deaths and
five prostrations as a result of the
excessive heat were reported yester
day. The maximum temperature was
eighty-seven.
8 x
1 r I
51 US. I'.YFXYN
I'rom a PlMrtofnipli
GOVERNOR CURRY IS
well pleased
with
Inauguration Ceremonies on
August First Agreeable as
Arranged by Committee.
LARGE DELEGATION FROM
ALBUQUERQUE WILL ATTEND
(ttif tirtliiiitHl
4 A telegram from Captain 4
4 George Curry, New Mexico's 4
4 new governor, was received by 4
4 The Citizen this afternoon stat-
ing that August 1, the day set
4 by the committee for his inau-
4' guration subject to his approval,
4 was agreeable to him.
4 He is now at his old home In 4
4' Roswell. He will proceed to 4
4 Santa Fe, the Capital City, eanly
4 next week and will consult with
the members of the committee 4
4 as to detailed erran gerawits. 4
4 A special from Hanta Fe to
4 The Otiren .this afternoon Is to 4
4 the effect that rooms were being a
4 engaged in advance at all of the
4 hotels in the city and that the 4
4 attendance ut the Inauguration, t
4 reception and ball, promises to 4
4 be the largest In the history of 4
4 New Mexico governors.
4 Messages have been received
from all parts of New Mexico 4
4 from prominent men of both
4 parties stating that they expect 4
4 to attend and 4nquiri are
made as to the time set for the
4 inauguration, etc.
4 The railroad rates to the Cap-
4 Ital OMy for the Inauguration
have not yet been decided upon
4 but they will be reasonable. 4
4' The Citizen will announce the
rate from this city to Santa Fe 4
4 at on early date together with
4 the detailed arrangements made 4
4 by the committee of local busi- 4
4 men who are attending to these
4 matters.
A number of representative 4
4 citizens, republicans and oth- 4
4 ers. have signified their in- 4
4 tent ions of attending the lnau- 4
4' guration if arrangements are 4
4 made as scheduled. There will
be quite a large number of f
4' la ,11 on in the party.
4 it Is planned to so arrange 4
4 transportation with the Santa 4'
4 Fe railway that those who de-
4 lre to return to Albuquerque 4
4 immediately after the Inaugura-
4 Non may do so while thoe who 4
4 desire to spend the day In San- 4
4 ta Fe end attend the reception
and ball can return the follow-
4 ing day at their leisure. 4
4 Albuquerque people should 4
4 see to it that the governor is
made to feel that this city Is In 4
4 the front rank. In bidding 11 m 4
4 welcome back to New Meitlco.
(MMltllilMill
EXPRESS COMPANIES
WILL REDUCE RATES
Lincoln, July 24. Representatives
of five express companies doing busi
ness In this state today offered to re
duce their rates fifteen per cent,
w hich offer the commission took un
der advisement. The railroad com
mission had attempted to enforce a
cut of tueiity-ttve per cent.
I'oMtiiiaMer Appointed.
Washington, D. C. .July 24. Leo
nor L. Cordova has been appointed
postmaster at Galllna, Klo Arriba
county. New Mexico,
.1 a.
NKSIUT THAW.
Never Ucfore Publbihcd.
CURRY WILL APPOINT
REPUBLICANS
HEjAYS
Denies Interview From
Paso Published in
Morning Journal.
WILL BE GOVERNOR
OF ALL THE PEOPLE
itTntniYi rttti
t Alamogordo, N. M., July 24.
(SH-clnl); Capt. George Cur- 4
4 ry, soon to be governor of New 4
4' Mexico, passed through this
place last evening and was given 4
4' a rousing reception by a large 4
4 number of prominent citizens if
who were at the station to meet
4 him.
4 He was accompanied by Char-
4 les Hal lard, sheriff of Chaves 4
4 county.
f To an Alamogordo newspaper
man, CapUiin Curry nutde the 4
4 following statement for publlea- 4
4 lion, which would indicate that 4
4 he is having his first trouble 4
4 with the yellow press:
4 "The Ki Paso papers were
4 absolutely In error in quoting
me as being a Roosevelt demo- 4
4 crat. Such is not the case in
4 any sense of the word; I am a f
4 Roosevelt republican and my
4 appointees to office when va-
4 cancies occur will be republl-
4 cans. I will make exception 4
4 only In case of territorial boards
4' which I shall endeavor as far 4
4' as possible to keep non-partisan. 41
4 "I plan at present to be in
4 Santa Fe by Tuesday, July 3.
4 and shall then take the oath of 4
4 office as per arrangements on 4
4 August 1.
4 "I will visit Washington and
Oyster Ray later.
"I.N ASSI-.M1XO THE DC-
TIES OF MY OKF1CK THAT
4 OF (ioVKRXOK OF XKW
MEXICO, TO WHICH I HAVE
KKB.V APPOINTED HY THE
PRESIDENT I SHAIJj EX
4 DEAVOR TO HE THE C.OV-
ER.NOR OF THE ENTIRE
PEOPLE OF THE TERRI-
TORY. I HAVE NO FR1END.S
TO REWARD AND NO
ENEMIES TO PUNISH.
4 "IT WILL HE MY EN-
DEAVOR TO MAINTAIN THE
POLICIES OF REPL'HLK'AN
A DM IMSTfl AT ION AND 4
4 MORE PARTICULARLY. THE
POLICIES OF PRESIDENT
ROOSEVELT.
4 Captain Curry reached Tor-
4 ranee at 3 o'clock this morning
4 and wired the acting governor
4 that the plans of the committee
4 to inaugurate him as governor
August 1 met wtth his approval.
4 Captain Curry accomKinle.d
4 by Sheriff liallard. arriveu in
Roswell at 10 o'clock this morn
s' ing. The new governor was
given a hearty reception In Ills
4 home town.
4 The Interview which Govern-
or Curry characterized as incor-
reel was published this morn
4 ii:g In the Journal of this rltv.
ITSIOXI.STS V!V
XKIIHASKA TIGHT
Lincoln, Neb., July 24. The demo
crats and populists of Nebrask
have won their fight for fusion tic
kets in the first district primary
election on September third. The
supreme court today handed down
decision overruling the demurrer
the attorney general, and ordering
writ of mandamus to compel the sec
retary of state to permit fusion
the primary ballots.
SHE VISITS HIM EVERY
DAY AT TOMBS
Becomes Angry When Told
That Public Believes
She Tires of
Harry.
HER SMILE BRIGHT
SPOT IN
DREARY DAY
$2,000,000 Worth of Valuable Coal
. Land Sold to Sustain Fund for
Comlr.rj Trial of His
Case In October.
Now York, July 24. In the
trunge, uncanny and ominous Inter
val between the time that the entire
American people were breathless In
heir interest In the fate of Harrv K
Thaw and the approaching time when
the young millionaire shall again
stand In the tierce glare ot publicity,
w nai is ne doing :
Moreover, how does Evelvn Ne
bit Thaw pass the leaden hours un
11 her husband a fate shall be final
ly written?
(Harry Thaw Is continuing his
dreary life In the Tombs orison, hold
ing nimseu aioou rrom nis fellow
prisoners, reading the newsnnners.
smoking too much black tobacco In
a black briar pipe, wrltlna letters
to nis counsel, studying the evidence
n the recent mistrial, eating food
prepared at Delmonlco'a downtown
restaurant, dropping a 15 bHl or.
caslonally Into the hanl of some fel
tow worse oft than hlnuelf..
That, in brief, is his existence.
(His life Is the few moments each
day that he spends with Evelyn clasp.
eu to nis loreast -moments in-which
sometimes neither speak, but breathe
the love that still, 'burns fiercely In
their hearts.
And these few moments each day
may toe truly said to also represent
the live of livelyn.
Ijovos llim Still.
Jlecently the rumor Bpread and
round its way Into the newspapers,
mat love was lading in the young
wife, whose sacrifice on the witness
stand remains in memory as a classic
ot woman s complete devotion to the
man of her choice, for better or for
worse.
A friend ventured to ask her if her
love remained steadfast if it wera
unchanged.
Wonder and indUmatlon welled un
and mingled strangely In those beau
tiful eyes.
"Love him? Love Harry? God
knows i do with my whole heart,
and now as never before. I loathe
these people who charge me with
uch base cowardice.
That was all. Hut she meant it.
Every word demanded credence. She
still loves him loves him better than
before.
$2,000,000 for Defense.
Ijist week the Thaw family sold
j.iioo.ouu worth of choice coal land
which, by the terms of the will o
tho late V m. Thaw, was never to
go out of the family or be sold un
less the family were In dire need of
money.
So the fight Is to go on. Harry
Thaw Is waiting Impatiently, though
uncomplainingly, knowing, as was ad
mltted toy his counsel In conversa.
tlon, that not before October at soon
est can his case be brought to trial
again.
Visits Him Dully.
Never but on one day In all the
IS months that Harry has been ir
prison has his wife failed to visit him
she Is a brick she Is, said ol
Hilly, the deputy, at the big iron
Tombs gate. "And every time she
comes, he a lust like a boy with
new toy. I've never seen a thin
wrong with him, not a thing. He-
Just like any other man as Is all
right. O yes, he s fond of her.
"And the papers say he is in very
bad health?
"Well, he Isn't. He feeds from
Delmonlco'a and he Is as well as
any man that has been Indoors so
long."
Inquiry among the Thaw lawyers
disclosed a Blight difference of opln
Ion on this matter. Peabody said
that his client was In a bad condl
tion, but Dan O Uellly coincided wit
the opinion ex-pressed by Billy.
Thaw Is entitled to four hours of
exercise out of doors each day, whlc
Is much more than is enjoyed by
hundreds of thousands of New York
ers who are working for their living.
He does not take advantage of thi
privilege, however, as the prison doc
tor thinks he should, and, accordln
to the doctor, he smokes too much
The fact Is, this is the first year o
Harry Thaw s life In which his habit
have been regular, and it has un
doubtedly had Its advantages as we
as Its disadvantages, as far as he is
concerned.
He U C'luirltablc.
"He has had a good chance to seu
tho seamy side of life elnce he has
been here," volunteered Hilly. "I
guess he never dreamed that there
was so much poverty in the whole
world as he has seen right here. In
fluenced him? Yes, surely. He sim
ply didn't know that there was such
a thing. He has been good to the.
other prisoners. He has given away
no end of clothing since he has been
here, and now and then, when he
knew that $5 would do a good deal
of good, he didn't mind handing that
out, either. There is always a lot of
people standing around iu the street
Harry Kendall Thaw Who is
Still in Jail at New York
V"'. ; ' ' ; f
Famous Prbmncr Impa
to see hta wife when she leaves every
noon, sometimes several hundred,
even now."
Every mornlnjr from T to S Thaw
Is allowed two hour for exercise , In
tha nrlsnn VnvA At' Kt -4t,.i
comes and stays with him. until his
wne appears, at iu:5. sne stays
an hour and 10 minutes. After
lunch IhArn a ra twn V. , fn.
exercise out of doors, and the rest
or rne day ne spends in writing and
reading. He is nearly always in bed
by 11 o'clock.
UNITED HATTERS WANT
THE UNION LABEL"
General Strike Possible
If
Open Shop Idea Is
Adopted.
MANUFACTURERS HAVE
DECIDED AGAINST MEN
New York, July 24. The first gen
eral strike in twelve years of the Uni
ted States of America, involving about
20,000 men, Is now threatened against
tha rtn)n ahin 1, I ,. V. 1, X . ( t ...... 1
Fur Felt Hat Manufacturers asso
ciation proposes to introduce. rne
open shop declaration Is contained in
a resolution by the manufacturers to
abolish the union label.
Union Strong.
The United Hatters of America
embrace practically every workman
employed In the hat factories of the
United States, hence a general strike
would mean that the manufacturers
must "break in" new employes. The
union is not only strong in member
ship, but also financially, and can
well handle a strike. It won out in
its last struggle thirteen years ago.
The present strike is largely due
to a desire on the part ot the manu
facturers to do away w th treating
with the union In all matters con
cerning their employes. They do not
propose to cut the scale of wages nor
demand longer hours of labor, but
are anxious to treat with their men
as Individuals, hiring whom they
please and discharging men whom
they do not want.
Toklo, July J! 4. According to a
(llsiuti'h received here from Seoul
this morning, Marquis Ho received
a long message yesterday from the
imperial government in this city and
opened negotiations with the Korean
govern ment the same evening. The
Korean ministry is now holding a
meeting with closed doors.
SWT A I'K KTOKK
visi rni) iy Tin i: ks,
Santa Fe, July 24. (Special.)
Burglars last night broke into the
store of Jasus Ortiz and carried away
merchandise valued at 100. The
thieves affected an entrance by break.
Ing the lock on the door and they left
id trace further than the empty
places on the shelves and counters.
llent for Trial of Ills Cose.
His wife Is almost as much ot &
prisoner within her rooms.
ehe Is never seen except when aha
goes to the Tomlbs.
There la. at. ipresetxt a good deal ot.
mystery about who the Thaw ' law
yers are.
Mrs. Wm. Thaw Is to give tp her
cottage by the seaside next weak; and
come back to the city, to be near
her son. It is expected then that
some decision may be made in regard
to the handling of the case for the
next trial. i
JAP TROOPS MARCHING
ON TO KOREAN
CAPITAL
i Proposal of Emperor to That
Nation Causes Conster
nation In Court.
CABINET HELD LONG
SESSION OVER IT
Seoul. Korea. July 24. A message
from. Chemulpo states that three Jap.
anese warships arrived there this
morning with many bluejackets and
troops on board, and that the troops
will proceed to Seoul. Many agita
tors from the provinces are arriving
here. They are not permitted to as
semble in the city, and therefore are
meeting In the suburban towns where
a hundred soldiers yesterday were
detailed to disperse them. Wholesale
arrests of subordinates leaving the
palace began yesterday afternoon,
the object being to intercept possi
ble communication with tne former
emeror, which might throw light
upon alleged plots to murder the
ministers.
lrociul Causes Consternation.
It is understood that the proposal
of Japan, with which Huron Hayashl
was charged, was presented by Mar
quis Ito to the Korean cabinet, which,
met at 10 o'clock this morning un
der a Japanese guard. The minis
ters deliberated until i o'clock this
afternoon when Premier I wan Yung,
together with the minister of war
presented a new plan of governing
the state to the emperor In the pal
ace. It is understood that the Japanese
proposals, though they do not molest
the security of the throne, are revo
lutionary, and the fact that the aud
ience of the cabinet members and
emperor was brief. Is believed to be
an evident e of the consternation ot
the court.
VICTORIA'S FIRE
LOSS IS 5250,000
Victoria. II. C. July 24. The num
ber of houses burned In the tire yes
terday, which practically wiped out
the district between Store and Quad
ra streets, and Herald and Pioaeer
streets. Is today placed at seventy
five. The loss is about 1250.000. The
tenderloin was almost entirely wipe!
out and three churches were also de
stroyed, the other buildings being;
residences.

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