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1 e mm VOLUME 20 ALIJUQUEKUUE, NEW MEXICO, SaTUhDAY EVENING, MAX . li)0G. UMHEH 112 INSURANCE COMPANY'S COLLAPSE RUINS OF THE MONTE OLIVETE MARKET, NAPLES FIRE AND THE CAMPBELL DRY FARMING ' ASSOCIATION TRISCO GETS SATISFACTORY ' ASSURANCES Wrecked by Ashes From Vesuvius. if tftr W -s ftttfeit 01! 'f " ; v ' -kK it '"J Laid to Losses by San Francisco Distinction by the Fire. RECElVtR HAS BEEN ASKED Loss in Frisco Greater Than All the Company's Ac crued Assets. Chicago, May 5. A petition for the Hrpointiut ut of a receiver for the Traders' Insurance company has been filed in the. circuit court here. The alleged cause is heavy losses in tae San Franci.sco earthquake ami fir;. Byron I.. Smith, president of the Northern Trust company, was B lointed receiver by Judge Julian Mack. The company Is one of the largest fire insurance companies in the wect. It was stated. In the ap plication for a receiver, that the com pany sustained losses approximating $3,730,000 In the San Francisco fire. It was also stated in tho application that tho assets of the company would not exceed $3,300,000. MEXICO CELEBRATES ANNIVERSARY OF BATTLE. Mexico City, May 5. In accordance with long; established custom the forty-fourth anniversary of the vic tory of the Mexican troopB over the army of Napoleon III, won efore the walls of Puebla, May 5, 18G2, was to day celebrated In a martial manner. At, daybreak the tri-color was hoisted on all publi cbulldings and the battery at the Ciudadela fired a salvo of twenty-one guns. At 9 o'clock a procession, headed by President Diaz, the vice president, the members of ' the cabinet, and many high military and civil officials, proceeded to the San Fernand ocemetery, where the wreaths were deposited on the tomb of General Ignacio Zaragoza, the hero of the battle. After that ceremony the procession marched to Chapulte pee, where the Greek hemicycle, at the base of the historic hill, a civic ceremony was held In honor of the soldiers who fell during the battle, The chief features of tho program were the reading of Zaragosa's mes sage, announcing the winning of the battle, and a reception of surviving veterans by President Diaz, who him self played a prominent part in the famous struggle. Iater, the president and his dis tinguished party drove to tho National Palace, from the balcony of which was witnessed tho military parade, in which all the troops of the garrison participated. To night the city will be brilliantly illuminated. ACCIDENT DO DAMAGE One Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars of Goods Are In fit ft . .. . . . eooat, . "'s.. . .... v , i 1 V ' I BURNED IN DENVER FIRE ; Four Mail Clerks Were Amon the Ten Killed by the Wreck. Denver, Colo., May 5. Fire today destroyed or iiaged a large quan tity of nierchauuise stored In a ware house ou Weawatta street, this city, owned by tho Denver Transit & Warehouse company. Tho loss, es timated at $1511,(1011, falls mainly on eastern manufacturers. Convention at LasjCompapies and Trans Vegas Today With portation Agents Say One Hundred Materia! Shall be DELEGATES OF NEW MEXICO GOTTEN FASTER THAN USED And Other Points in Attend-1 Other Places Heard From 9 NO GOAL STRIKE AT THIS TIME IS GOOD HEWS FROM SCRAM Miners Referred Matter to Scale Committee, Which Reported in Favor of Accepting Terms of 1903 in Arbitration Award. JEFFERSON, GEORGIA, CELEBRATES TODAY. Jefferson, Ga., May 5. This city is dressed in holiday attire in honor of the one hundredth unniversary of its foundation. Hundreds of visitors from the surrounding districts are here to assist in the celebration of the anni versary. The arrangements for the celebration were iu the hands of the recently organized Chamberpot Com merce and a general committee of citizens, and for many weeks the preparations for the event have ben conducted. Tho program of the cele bration includes an industrial and historical parade and a large public meeting, with addresses by a number of prominent orators. In connection with this celebra tion, It :s interesting to note what "White's Statistics of Georgia," pub lished in 1849, said about Jefferson: "The town of Jefferson was made the county seat of Jackson county in 1801, end incorporated in 1S12. It is situ ated near the waters of Oconee river, has a brick court house, jail, two hotels, one church, one academy, and live stores. Amount of goods sold per annum, $15,GoO." KENTUCKY'S COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS IN SESSION Taducah, Ky., May 5. The state convention of the Travelers' Protect ive Assocation of Kentucky opened here today. The attendance Is very largo and an interesting session U being held. One of the principal fea tures of the business program Is the selection of delegates to tlio National convention of the association, which will be held in Huffalo, N. Y., on June 4. THIS COURSE IS ADVISED BY MITCHELL AND WILSON ' AND IS AT ONCE ADOPTED our waters waB the wrecU of the steamship, British King, off Sable Isand, March 11, on her way from New York to Antwerp. At least 20 lives were lost. The winter's list of wrecks began in November, with the sinking of the Norwegian steamer Turbin, in sight of Clark's Harbor, N. S. Fourteen men down with the Turbin. A fortnight later the British steamer, Lunen berg, nmik a few min utes after striking a rock off the Mag- , dalen Islands, resultlncL,! the loss of a"'do.en lives and the cargo". From TEN ARE KILLED AND TWENTY ARE INJURED Altoona, Pa., May B. Ten persons are dead as the result of a head-on collision on the Pennsylvania road near Clover Creek Junction last night. Six killed outright and four died from their injuries. About twenty passen gers and member of the train crew were injured, but It Is believed that all will recover. The dead are: J. W. Welgner, J. V. 4'ox, Schult. Jones, all postal clerks; F. C. Harder, brakeman; J. V. Perr, baggagetnas ter; Mrs. Trinkle of Philadelphia; Ilex Tarlove, South Nor walk, Conn.; J. D. Conover, traveling salesman, New York; unknown man. Orders Were Misunderstood. The collision came as the result of misunderstanding of orders on the part of the crew of the Chicago-St Louis express. The two engines plow ed into each other and wer .wrecked, t9 were also the coach atached to the Chicago mall train, No. 18, and five mall cars. Tho later train on reach ing Altoona from the west had a coach attached to the rear, but when it was Bent over the Pittsburg branch was directly behind the engine. It carried about twenty-five or thirty passengers for tho east and was al most demolished, some of the dead and Injured being pinned under the coach. No passengers on No. 21 wre killed. , MISSIONARY RALLY HELD TODAY IN CITY OF BOSTON. Boston. Mass.. May R. The celbra- then until the end of March there was bratlon of the semi-centennial of the hardly a week without Its shipwreck, establishment of tho Garrett Biblical These and more serious steamer i institute will begin here this even- wrecks in tne ungnsn cnannei navoK witn a t,,r missionary rally impressed upon underwriters the ninliou Hatzell. Bishop Basbford, Dr, u.. '.,.,' necessity for more effective measures! nomPr c. Stuntz. Dr. William A. Lucy to prevent the sinking of vessels) i)r- uenry O. Cady, and many other whose water tight compartments ure : distinguished ministers will take part ".. V ., . t o.Ji.r,.n. nt.i REPORT ADOPTED AFTER .suppposen to Dut ao not insure mem ln tho raIly anil wm deliver addresses, 13 lilt- ouutu iioiu.-i.t ...... nirt.lnut luca f,-oi r.r.liioi-w nil nnt II ro9 n. .... .V... I ..!,.-.. luuiorruw jiiuinuiK mu uatiaiuiooio Serunlun. Ta., May 5. There will scale of IMS, i.',iich he no strike of the anthracite miners. 'commission's aard. That Is now a settled conclusion, for I nf tho tinll Wntcr ttirht hulk hends' n . n...nh1.i nialmn ...v ....... ...... - - ni-iiiiim niii uu ijif;.ii-iiv.ii u , iiiqliui' ance Campbell Farm Was Opened. -The Special to The Evening Citizen. l.as egas. N. M., May 5.- fourlh annual convention of thia Campbell Dry Farming association was formally opened In the Audi torium of the Commercial club this morning ut 10 o'clock, over 100 dele gates being i resent. Every portion of New Mexico was represents!, end numlior of delegates wero present from Colorado and Texas. President J. L. Donahue opened the morning session with a cordial ad dress of welcome, and Introduced Prof. W. II. Olln, ftgronrmlst of tine (Vgieultural college of Colorado, who for two hours gave a most interest ing talk on "seed selection" ln farm ing semi-arid lands. Where Earthquake Did Much Damage. . San Francisco, Cal., May 5. That elery facility will be afforded tho builders of the new San Francisco ly the manufacturing interests of the east, is appartini by the promise of representatives of the steel com panies. The officials of the S:nta Fc, the Pacific Mail and the Amerlcan Hawail Steamship companies have stated that no scarcity of structural steel Khali delay tho building of tho city. Structural steel is to be fur nlslied San Francisco for the next three years faster than it can e riT eted together In the frames of the buildings that are already being plan ned. More ithan that, prosnlse is given that credits on past business will bo F. V. Easley. of the United States . extended, nnd that payments on new fo st.ry service, opened tho af :v- orders may he deferred to the long8t noon session with a talk on forestry, limit to whloh Individual bulldieirs can Otfier sneakers of the afternoon were . legitimately bo entitled. Insurance I j. u. Parsons, or I'arker, Colo., on "Dry Farm Orchards," and Pror. J. J. Vernon, of the Agricultural col lege of New Mexico, on "Possibili ties of Dry Farming in New Mexico. money, exceeding 1150,000,000, soon to be released, will go a long wia.ys to wards rebuilding the city. In every section of the city relief work is now going on .without a hitch Many citizens attended the afternoon , and nowthere, so far as can bo session, filling the club rooms to over-! learned, is there any real distress. flowing. At 4 o'clock the mooting adjourned NEWS OF HEALDSBURG and the delegates, in' a body, drove i AND THAT VICINITY. to tho Campbell . farm, three miles , Oakland, Cal.. May 5. For th east of Las V'epaa, to wita'ces a dry farming demonstration, the traction engine, plows, rollers and cultivators, Having arrived uus morning, a uig crowd of people drove out to witness the operation at 4 p. m. The smokttr at the Commercial flitst. tilme since tho earthquake, April 18, communication -with neai da burg, Sonoma county, ibjs 1 -'.-n re stored. Today It is learned that con siderable damage ' "was done, large brick structures suffering the most. Many liusiness houses and residences ciui mat nignt in nonor or mo aeie- were partly wrecked, and tpwry gates, was a great success. The en- structure In tho town and vicinity thuslasm among those attending the w-as more or less damaged. The low -meetings Is unbounded. w;iu approximate 1500,000. There were no fatalities and only a few per Prominent People Married. , sons were slightly injured. Wlndsoit Now York, May 5. Miss Rosalie , and SebastopoL ln the same county. Cue 'Campbell and Henry Slack, both ! suffered considerably, the latter be promlnent in New" York and Newport ing damaged 1250,000. In Alexander society, will be married In Calvary valley, Ave miles from Healdsbury. cluireh, this afternoon. After the the ground was left in rldg'is, anrt wedding a reception will be held at In many places landslides occurred the residence of the bride's mother, and dammed up small creeks, form Mrs. Herbert Parsons. ' Ing lakes. ' . . . .t- . i ...i- Tho rtm.-irt nf tho. Hpnli rum mi t f pp. ,!re. r t hP Von vent loi'i of miners be- ! recommending the return of the mln- l on'y make a ship unsinkablo when all i v!im.n. In the afternoon a meeting tlrl xL renort Xlto waTamZx-' to work under the anthracite i the doors below the water lino aro,wlll ,)0 hoM ln wMch greetings will tore tut rtpoit oi uie stait, eoininu ,.., , .... r Ose. . In m,wt disasters at sea tho i... i. ,Unnttivoa ct flirt u-'iu TirrtGnnf,i! i-lllll IlllhMUU uvvaiu, w .in iiuuuieu ujr - v . , . lM7 i v niii,t i,j ' " ' ' 111 "as lt&-"l"-u- . . . .i , r.z t doors rnnnot be c osed bv band nnil , m.,iiwii. M,r.i,.rini d,i,tn..viio nn renort which the . cwumittoe would ' discussion. The convention adjourned 1 there is an Increas.ng demand for th Mon,,ay morning, in the presence of make The BiwDraJlon order will be until Tuesday to give the scale com- ore general ndoption of power hulk the I!nonl ot ul8hops, of the confer- rised and th" miner ? win rc bark to mlttce opportunity to confer with the head doors. With this arrangement onco vlslto of tha CnIcaBO preach- wo?kd Mel ' Zy will seek tc Tobtaln operators. the doors can bo c osed from . above . meet.nR, and of the public In v,Q n-,n,.ii(nlnn l.n.irl nf nr. " 1 general, tne com luemurui I ve Hiiuieaa through the conciliation board or nr- Rtpikfrs Aisin police the turn nf hand wheel. Without I .. i., .... T.0i,i..f nm,, i FIGHT IN NEW JERSEY j these long arm electrical power doorsl,,10 afternoon there will be a repre- 5. In a battle the rlosine of the l.ullc head openings : Bontation 0f fraternal representatives seminaries of the bitration, betterment ot the conditions. which the miners complain are work ing hardships on them. Pncaolf A. T Vn E In a l.i.tMoon rlnlnna tlalian utriU-f.ru nnil'lS left tO the CrCW, WllOSe first idea iS ,.. ,, thenloirleal today, four rioters were ,n Ret on cicck us soon as posaiuie. , oln,,r jonominatlons, aud ln the even- MAIC TU C DTDrtDT THAT tlio nnlinfl WAS FULLY EXPECTED shot and a number ot policemen were"- s a iuir esuiimi.-, iu. lnR a pUbllc reception will be Hem. The miners' pcnln committee today ; iniured. One of the men shot may ; not one out of fifty vessels that "O i Tuesday will be alumni day. The recommended to the convention that die; Ihirty-two men the miners return to work under the , prisoners by the police. were made MISSOURI GIVEN MORE TIME IN ITS OIL CASES Jefferson City, Mo., May 5. The ... l..,., ....I r,-...,t...l """ ..... ., III.. 1 I- ,J. r A... I Inuiu-ht t 11 llll-'ll.'ll 111. '1 I'.t V. .1111 111 I I ..u- tony, asking at the ouster suit of Attorney General llad'ey against the Standard Oil company ami iis allied companies, be continued to the Octo ber term of the court, who lithe tesi inony will have Leen completed and his report hied. VERY CLEVER CASE OF ESCAPE FR01 PRISON llerlin, May 5. Facts have Just had found a place where the floor come to light, which throw a clear hud been repaired, and the material light, on the clever manner in which j used wad so soft that he could make a Polish soldier, named Hosinski, a hole large enough to drop through escaped from the prison in Posen. into the cllar underneath. This was Kosinskl was under sentence of death ui occupied, anu the door, consequent -for murdering and robbing a wealthy ' ly, was not locked. Kosinskl calmly land owner. The condemned man was walked out and reached the court guarded most carefully. An armed yard unobserved in the darkness. The M-ntry patrolled the corridor onto wall was too high, but ho managed which the cell .f Rosinskl opened, to reach the top with the aid of the nnd was Instructed to keep a con-i'ant window sills, uml dropped down onto watch on the prisoner's doings the other side in safety and freedom, through a peep hole in the cell door. His hymn Look was found, covered In spite of all this, Kosinskl r.-caped with blood, on top of the wall, and for a while it seemed inexplie- The sentry had heard a noise in able how he could do it. Since then, t ie cell, but fancied it came from the however, a careful investigation has iowcr tier cells. At ?, o clock, how- to light all the facts in the ever, he caih'd the Inspector, and 'he Ming escape. fU'.-hl was discovered. Aithoiigti llos- . 11 sinski tied his bedclothes and in.-1. 1 wore the uniform of his regi naie body linen into t lie shape of a n.en the i-ul tiers who scoured the now lost at Bea would go down If they , rn.iln wlll cl()f)0 on Wednesday bad the means of nnicksly closing of n(,xt wcei. their water tight doors that the navy ! department Is putting on all the new AMERICAN AHEAD IN I lnited Stales warships. TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP. London, May G. In tiho final round New York Money Market. of the amateur court tennis champion i New York, May T j nominal; no leans; I tile paiK-r, fVi?l t r ! ver, titlc. -Money on eill. ship game today .f Great Britain, at prime lnercan- Queen's club. Jay Gould of Kake r cent. I5ar sil- Wood, N. J.. beat S. J. Hill, the score i being 4 to 0. NEW MEXICO NOW REACHED IN THE CONFERENCE Tuesday the Day Matter of Arizona Jointure Will Come Up Foraker Amendment Seems Certain to Pass. CELEERATING ADOPTION OF POLAND'S CONSTITUTION Houghton. Mich., May 5. The) Polish Si. S;atiUlaus Society of this city weil celebrate the anniversary of i the adoption of Poland's constitution with a large meeting in th.j Italian, hail this evening. An interesting uro gram, including mutic and patriotic speeches, has i.em prepared for the occasion. This morning the mem'.er.s of the s. tiwy .araiiu through the t reels. I lean, and r.Iace, it in the bet, tinilT I v hieh !:e ( iept. The gentry was 'lilt-. ! deceived, and. actually under tin- guard's eyes, Kosin:l;i scraped a bole in tin floor, presunnl ly with a nail, wliicl was afterwards discovered. He r i,:itnv miles 111.- slightest j 1 1 1 1 : 1 . The police authorities throughout (ler-; i,e,:;y have Ijeeii notified and rei(ii M- ' d t . watch out for the fugitive. sum .'Hiding '' in' ry f'i were not able to find trace of the escaped i GREAT LOSSES AT DURING LAST SEA WINTER Washington, 1. minor o iiieiu ! t:i i . bill are cither di shape to be ma !1 ttgreement at a ii today's session this measure U.e was reached r , tiuesti.in of t ;. aieV New Meie.. discussed a' !' for conl;e'oI'.lis meet ing was a-, i 1 In a general w a coii'p rot. lis.' w.i. amend::'erit a:i t AO te- ritorie. of being Join.-. 'h:s vote is t el -etion for si. !:i Id iudepend iection. I.i one be di'cided. ('.. May 5. All The .l .i n W. Klanchard peuniou bill ... ii... i ti. Hiii nl t'i- '! ha! bee,, reported favorably -''d of, or in ho'i has Hell! in c t a e foundation if .ent's notice. At i.e conferees ou .. in the situation first time. The .i-Moti of Arizona tie state, was No propos''ion la: I 'a I rati The lierginan claim of n favorably reported by on claims. n. '-ut lull,' as f . . olfei ed and the i . ... I until Tuesday, known that the i"' tiie ForaK'-r i o I lie people of the On the question H -;t .. a'ehoud. Whether i.i ) ciiiplt ,; w itll the !!., ''"I . T is to I e ! ..us n and l. fore t ucli ini- tH. -l ions vet t'l i.: !e- f'tSIDENT EXPRESSES HIMSELF QUITE CLEARLY W.i diii.gton, 1. ('., May C. ln view i.f publications today regarding the iu. -si.ii -id s position on the question of legislation anil amend- piopo.-i'.i. an auiiioraiive state v.as l.s.-ped (,t the White House Mows: "The so-called Allison ; . I . ! - tl 1 1 . l Tl t ill tiie president's Judg- ii. iii simply atlirms wlyit the pre.si-H-Pt believes was already con'ained CENTENNIAL OF A MliTIA COMPANY IS OBSERVED Third Oldest Organization of Its Kind America Magnificent Arrangements Made For the Occasion. in New York, May 5. The Seventh Regiment, N. V. G. A., the third oldest mliitta organization in the country. Is celebrating its one hundredth birth day. In harmony with the Importance of tho anniversary, the high standing and brilliant history of the regiment, and the prominence of its former and present officers, the celebration was planned to be an unusually brilliant event, on a scale worthy of the oc casion and the history of the. regi ment. The opening feature of the celebration will be a parade of the regiment on Fifth avenue, this after noon. Colonel llaniel Applelon, the commundlnc officer of the regiment, will be the grand marshal, and hund reds of former members of the regi ment, now in active service ln the regular army or other military or The large drill hall lias been beau tifully decorated for the occasion, and will present a brilliant scene, this evening. Coonel Daniel Appleton, tho present commanding' officer, of tha regiment, who will bo the host of tho evening, and will preside, has served sixteen years with the regiment, rising; from the ranks, through tho grades o corporal and sergeant. He was com missioned a second lieutenant in 1876, a captain In 187!), and a colonel in 1889.. The four original companies of th Seventh Heglment wero mustered In. May , lHoti. The celebration was set for today, however, as tomorrow will be Sunday. Ti.o first four com panies were recuitcd at a time of great national peril. Hrltlsh men' of war were IKing upen ami cmorcing in the bill, the president would. upon us iieing pui in, oeeaiisi rM' t 'ie bill undoubted! ionizations, will march in tho parade the right to hci-h American vessels with the regiment, under the com- ; and as the federal government re mand of lii igadier General George j sented such action, a bombardment Moore Smith, of the First lirigade. ' of the city and a general attack by; Tbe war veterans of the regiment will 'the Hritish feared, be next in line, and after them wlll The four 'partes were attached follow the former members of the to the Third and to the fc-levonta regl reginient in civilian dress, in alpha-, mi nts in turn and formed a battalion) 'etical order of their rovipanies. Tho in IS;! I. when tho Marquis do I.afay Seventh Kegiment will march iu the ett! visited tho United States. Ha rear of ihe column. The veterans Made the suggestion, which was adop v.iil form in the new armory of the ted, that the various militia organ Seventy -lir.-l. regiment. on Thirty-, iatlons be consolidated in a national fourth street and Park an line. The guard and constituted as was the cltl veterans will carry canrs, supplied to'zen soldiery of Krauee. The four enm them by the coimiiiitee. Tin pirade : panics wero a part of tho Twenty will march up Fifth ;: etiue to the seventh regiment, which In 1 S47 took; y, at Sixty- tne name ot heventn. j tie in.e .iajor 'venue. ; liiti ber's Iiattalion," was als . applied it. wlio has to the organization, setitative of; Since I' s final reorganirn mti. tha ( -ision, Gen- : Seventh has been especially conspic ngiuslied of- uous. lis services have been tendered, my, and a to nation, state and city on many oc f the militia casions. The regiment was on duty in a review- as pirt of the army for the defenso Hie line of of New York In 18)7 aud IS'iS. When the War of 1S12 was in progress, it ' ami'K't of was on garrison dutv many months on I covers, will Governor's and liedloe's Islands. It Sev- .volunteered its services in the Civil Seventh Kegiinciit arm seventh Ftre -t and Park Secretary of War T been appointed as r"p the executive for this . eral Grant and other dis ficers of the regular ; number of high officer. will review t he parade f ing stan 1 en rted alon march on Fifth avenue In the veiling a 1 i Itei.biiiii bill, but if there were i.i..,. ,lni,bt as to in .i.. i more than fifteen hum!' i. ;n .1... .,r..tia..t ......i.i e M.rea.l 111 t ie i r'l I. i. I m in mil Itegimi tit armory. .vnntig ine var aim in nil marciien in w asu ,i . iiioiniueiit former n einbers of the ington, where It served for threo TUESDAY WILL P E N.-vv Yolk. Mav ". Four milium ti.ari'iiti'" product s of t'ana la fi'iy- CERTAINTY ONE TOO I dollars U the estimated loss of mar- '""' IS 'll,wa" As ,i'-":'1 MANY, if MO I IWU , ti e se'.'.'ieiii., suHered most i-ev. '-eiy. W,,l-Mid Wvo- Mav 5.-J. F. Jol-,n "Ull'jrwnlfrs tnr lUo l'ast wlnu'r' Thirtv-seveti craft of this ,!e,ci ,' Ion Special to F.v,:. ley, bishop of the M.irmnn church at''1 addition to thl insured property aml i,. stcmii r- and eight batges Washingto.i. ' I.ovell W'yo., i.nd one of tin- leaders : loss, the North Atlantic alone has comprise a Is', of d sa-.ter.-i f-pre- on joint siat.l. of the leaders oi Ho' lari.e Mel 1,1011 j e-i'ried a grim sea toll of at '.east oeniin"; a money le-s of buielre.l of sul.siiiute l'..r ' colony seMleu.clii in this sia'e for the.eigl.'y-tive lives. t liousi r. cf do,', i-.-.s. i'l aliiitioil to n-ctions. past "two y. ars. has In -n ;.ri .-te l The past five month i have 1 eeu : he human !!vt-i s.va'low. I up in th Tees. lay vii' : on the charge t,f maititaini'.g p.'lif a- part ictiluriy dlsas-'rous for hhipping. waves. which that ten. n.otis relniei'. -,..!!. tv,i wi. s. W.i the New England coast ;,n.l tho The worst disaster cf the wi-.ti r in considered .1. ivV MEXICO DAY 11 IZ'.'tl. -The conferees . . '' l'1'ei'illillg a ,. ineral lieu l.md N CNLY r-OOTINE WORK CLAIMS ATTENTION W..s!.'i:gtoii. 1. C. May The c iiii!i..tiee on finance today ,, ;.:.,i,. hearing the rejKirt on the ml- S..II I'laneisco resolution '.v Mexico r.av in will be exclusive c mferees. uiitil Monday. to.lny continue. i mo con the 'naval appropriation regiment, wli.i will b" lit ill.' naiuiuei, iiionins. in i ue niaiusii-.iiiei nau and are expected to deliver a.ldtes-es, War the Senevntll offered itself as a are Major General W. A. Knobbe. I'. regiment, and sulise.iuently many ot S. A., retired: Itrigadii r General H. its members went to tho front in tha W. lliibbeil. V. S. A., ret'r. d: 1.1. u- regular army or as otlicers in other tenant Colonel John S. loud, l". S. A., i -linietit s of volunteers. Many men retired; Colonel .1. W. Powell, V. S. A., of social prominence have been mem retired; Colonel I. It. Freeman, com- b.-is of the Seventh. In the Civil War manding the First New Jersey Hegi- (!; and its members became othceri m. nt, and Col .ted S. W. McClave. and In all tho regiment has rontrib staff 'officer. N. J. N. G. Secretary ured more than !"" officers Ut tha iTaft is also expected to Fpeak. regular army.