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ALHUQUK11QUE. NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY EVE XING, MAY 8, HKXJ. NUMBER 114 HORRIBLE WAY OF KILLING A HELPLESS MAN MORE PROOF STATEHOOD MUST AWAIT RATE BILL IS TUB EARTH BECOMING UNSAFE? OF PARLIAMENT TO BE FARCE Nedjin Eddin Bey Caught In Throat by Ad versary's Teeth AND IS BITTEN TO DEATH Bomb Explosion Leads to the Arrest of Striking Carpenter in Paris. Constantinople, May 8. Nedjim Kd din Bey, pncurator general of Vilayet, ia Tripoli, North Africa, was murdered la a sensational manner by All Shawyl Pasha, formerly military governor of Scutari. According to reports receiv ed here, All Shamy.1, who is a Kur ' dish chleft.ain.and who recently' was exiled to Tripoli, n the charge of Wing concerned la tho murder or Hed - van Pasha at Constantinople, was un derging an examination when sudden ly he rushed upon the procurator gen eral, fixed his teeth In the throat of that functionary and held on, like a hull dog, until his victim was throttled to death. PREMATURE EXPLOSION GIVES AWAY SECRET 'Paris, May 8. A striking carpenter named Paubert and another man were wounded today by the explosion of a bomb which they were engaged in loading in the garret of a house sit uated in one of the districts Inhabited by the working .classes. After the men had been arrested the garret was searched and other bombs were found It is believed that the bombs were be ing prepared for use In connection with the anarchistic plot. POWERS-HORN GEORGE F. POWERS AND MISS ANNA HORN MARRIED THIS MORNING. This morning at 6 o'clock, at the church of Immaculate Conception, Rev. Mandalarl joined In the holy bonds of wedlock, George F. Powers of this city, and Miss Anna Horn, of San. Marcial. Chester Goss and Miss Angle Powers stood up with the 'iflppy couple, the ceremony Wn; witnessed by only a few Intimate friends of the contracting parties. The groom is the "son of Mr. and Mrs. John Powers, residing at the corner of Edith street and Coal ave nue, and is an Albuquerque boy in every sense of the word. A few years ago he held a "devil's" position in The Evening Citizen office, in which, he proved a most excellent employe, but having higher aspira tions, he studied bbxik-keeplng, and soon became an expert on the books. Ho is now the elflciont book-keeper at the wholesale grocery establish ment of I,. H. Putney. Tho bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Horn, of San Mar cial. She has been residing here for the past three or four years; was tlio. pretty telephone girl at the Col orado Telephone company's office but for the past year has held a position at the Economist store. Many friends throughout central New Mexico, and especially in this city and at San Marclal, join with The Evening Citizen in wishing Mr. and. Mrs. George F. Powers a most happy .married life. WOOL UNUSUALLY DULL BUT PRICES ARE FIRM Boston, May 8. Wool market is exceptionally dull. However, firm prices are maintained. Buying in the west is practically at a standstill ex cept In a few instances. Georgia Knights of Columbus Meet. Macon, Ga., May 8.-The third an nual state convention of the Knights of Columbus of Georgia opened here this morning, with a large attendance. State Deputy Victor J. Dorr of Au gusta presided at the opening mis sion this morning. There are now 1 nM ween Oi to and 1.000 Knights ot Columbus in Georgia. TELEGRAPHIC MARKETS. Spelter. St. Louis, Mo., May quiet, ill fj.lui. N -S;v Iter. Money Market. N. w York, May S. Money on call, linn, until near dose, 2 3-4 Ti 4 : prime mercantile paper, " l-li'l; silver. i;0 3-4. Chicago Live Stock. Chicago, May X. Cattle Kiveipts, niarkt steady; beeves. $1,15 5. iVJ.l; cows an;! heifers, $1.85 '5.23: stoel.ors ami feeders, $.;)eTj n ; calves. Sheep Kec ipts, 2 weak to 1'V lower; lani'is, $ l.t.HfJi .",.75. i.'wO; market is sin .-p. fifi Provisions. Chicago. May K. Following wer closing prices: Wheat May, H V: July, 7:'j,p. Corn Mav. IT1.'-; July, 4,"ic. Oats May. ::2',c; July, 31'c. Pork Miy, $1 : July, $15. 17'. 1.,-ml May, $.32'i: July. $S.4.".'J. Kibs May, fi.43; J.ily. $.'. i Kansas City Live Stock. Kansas City. Mo. . M.iy S. lau! Ueoeip's. U'eoo. inelndiiig r."'i s-mni-crns; maiket s'ealy: na'iv.- Me-rs. $.4'"?tr.; so'.rhern .-i. . rs. t: 2rAt f l.r.o; south, rii cows. $''."" 1 1 I "l1 : na tive eov.s r.nd ii ir. is. .'!''! .": siock ers and !'(! rs. J::M7"; bulls. f."."i f.t 4 DM; calve.-. $:lfi !: wes-evn fed steers. I '.'..: wet-. in f. d cows. $L'.r,.i: I.C i Sheep Kecei;.is, . ; IK.okl is s'eady: muttons. .." fi :.4o: lambs, $3.7o'ii 7.4o: ranic w.-th. r- t'1i ''; led ewes. . Society SSfyv iAuSy - ' i ' lh? S MAP SHOWING UNSAFE SPOTS ON THE EARTH'S SURFACE. WITH PICTURES OF LOCALITIES WHERE RECENT NATURAL DISTURB ANCES TOOK PLACE. When the California earthquake jarred the people of San Francisco and caused avoc and disorder in alt directions, there was adfled another score to the list of great natural disasters that have taken place throughout the world during the past few months. No. 1 shows the wrecked city hall in San Francisco, damaged by the shock of A&ril 18. No. 2 is a picture showing the damage done In the Society Islands on February 7, when floods and tidal waves drowned 7,000 natives. No. 3 shows a scene in Colombia where 2,000 lives were lost in January and February by earthquakes and tidal waves. No. 4 is a picture of Mt. Vesuvius in eruption and No. 5 shows damage in Parghelia, Italy by earthquakes that preceded the volcanic eruption of several months. No. 6 is a scene in Formosa, where from March 17 to 19 a series of earthquakes and landslides killed or Injured 7,000 people. SAFETY BOXES ALL RIGHT IN FRISCO! Contents of Many Steel Boxes j Found Intact in j Vaults. I BARRIER OUT WITH DAMAGE! Two Hundred Street Cars in That City Were Running Yesterday. San Francisco, Cal., May 8. Safety boxes in several ot the big institu tions that possessed fire proof recep tacles, were made accessible yester day. The vaults opened were those of the Union Trust, Crocker-Wool-worth, Canadian Iiank of Commerce and Mercantile Trust, AH the contents of the steel boxes were found intact. Nothing was harmed. SOME SMALL LOSSES BY BARRIER BREAKING Sacramento, Cal., May 8. A special from Woodland says that the big bar rier which impounded the waters of Cache creek in the mountains, four teen miles alxne Rumsey, gave away, or a portion of it gave way, yesterday and u great wave rushed down the creek, doing Borne damage at Itumsey and boiiio places further down the creek. The los will not t xrt d NORMAL CONDITIONS ARE BEING RAPIDLY RESTORED New York, May 8. The following message from President Calhoun of the United Railroad of San lYancisco was received yesterday: Two hundred cars are in operation' today, including th elino to San Mateo. All the elec tric lines except some in the burnid district will be in operation tomorrow, lu addition, Market street throughout has been equipped wi'li overhead trol ley since the fire ami now is in full operation. Will start additional I'.nes in the burned district as soon as the dangerous walls an- removed. Normal conditions are being promptly restore. 1 nd the city will rapidly re I nii 'SECOND DAY SESSION OF DENTAL BOARD 'P !ay in ! nial oflit sioi ;f the .f Kxamine Mr. I.. H. Chi ml rllu': the second c'.a- rt-s-Terriuirial Ivn'ai Hoard i was held, ar.l several ciu'lida'es examii l .-iil; iv.r-'cd il: , ll.e hoard .-'ill xamining eandi- eau s at the I line f .lng t, press. lr. ( liar.,:., rim, Hie president f i lie board. Muted that tin- n would ! linirhi-d toda. Following U a 1st cf th" candidates who he examined before a.lj umm.-nt: Cliar.ib. rlin, Hie president W. W. TlUon. Clayton; 1.. T.Smith, an Marcial; H. K'- hu and II. H. i'.t lor, Arteaia. COftONER DIFFERS FROM THE POLICE As to Cause of Chas. Spier's Death in New York Yesterday. SUICIDE SAY THE POLICE j Murdered Contends the Coroner. j For Wound Could Not be Self Inflicted. i New York, May 8 The police offi cials who investigated the mysterious death of Charles lj. Spier, confidential agent for 11. 11. Rogers, reported killed In a duel with burglars yesterday, say they have evidence that Spier com mitted suicide, j They louud no traces of a burglar, and the savage bull dog wnich ecconi- panied Spier on the alleged search for the housebreaker, took no part in the i fight if there was one. i ! Spier recently took out life insur-j ! nnco for $75,oud and had to borrow j tho money to pay tho premium. There- also has been discovered a Judgment j I in bankruptcy against Spier tor $50,- j i 870, and other judgments since Feb- ; ! ruary. These Judgments were entered ; against the Yettnian Transmitting ; ; Typt writer company, of which Spier was president when the company J went into bankruptcy. ! i Coroner Matthew Cahill said today i that he is positive the wound which caused Spier's death coul I not have I been inflicted by himself, and that j Spier w as undoubtedly rmir b red. EPWORTH LEAGUE ELECTS NEW OFFICERS I'll" M-mi-i.toiual election . oliici rs ei the C;wo!!h I.eauiie of tie First .!, liolit rhuiv'i was hell in the church parlor last r-iiitiz. Tile luilowic.g otlic is were eh clod for th.' e:.suini; term: President Miss Mary Marccll. Kir-1 Vice President .1. Frank How r. S. ".:, 1 Vic,. President - M iss Mary Mir!;, s ui. 'laird Vice President -Mrs:, i.ean-illK- Four! a Vic Pr. .-idem M iss Amies MeCalliitc. S. :. !a.-y-- Mlts Id i Fiek'-it. Tii ashler .1. S. IJowyi r. Cbor.- it- Miss Nittie Hak. r. (d'.'ai.i-: Mi-s ('. S.i'li.-rlan'i. '1 lie social : ' 1 .He be. a held by lh." K.nMir'ii I.; ,u;ue Thur.-day ..'i itif; u .is i " ; . n . .1 . SRAVE PEOPLE FESICE IN WOODEN NUTMEG STATE Fast Han. Won. Cm!.. s A slinht eartli'iuake shock was ! I' h'-re i today. No caiiiai"- w .t aii'l no one was fiigbtened. PUEBLO WORKMEN ARE FIRED, ON BY Deputy Sheriffs-One Is Killed and Two Are Seriously Wounded. WORKMEN WERE ON STRIKE For Eight Hour Day With Ten Hour's Pay For the Same, as Their Demand. I'll bio. Colo., Moy S. About 6 o'clock Uiis morning something like loo striking employes tf the IMeblo smelter gathered near t hat plant and endeavored to keep other employes from entering the works. The mana ger called for aid, and Sheriff McMil lan with twenty-five deputies, pro ceeded to the plant. I!y tills time the mob had Increased to 00, and several HuhU wero in jiror ss. The Bher iff's men tried' to t-top the trouble, and wero attacked. At. this juncture some one fired a shot and immedi ately the iKjsst; fired a volley inti the crowd, killing an 1 alian Miko Mar :no, and seriously wounding two other strikers. Two of the deputies were badly beaten while trying to disarm tho mob. At the t-hoo'ing. the mob scattered in every direction. Tin deputies are still !i uard, and no further trouble Is c x petted. The cause of the Mrile was the n n:sal of tlu demand : ' e men fee the 'ami' pay for einlr :. mrs as ti,. ..' f. r mcrly r.ccived for 'mi hours. RIOTERS ARE EACH FINED IN COURT OF SANCVAL COUN TY, AT BERNALILLO TODAY. v' i ial i.i Th II. Uernalillo. N. 1 I cas. s growing I ilu macliinisls tlo cided today in i!ie S;i couit. .lul'in Mai' A. Crosby. K. ,. Sh. H. H. H.itd. II. .1 M Fanvll. t.ie rioi. r 'i re (In d t27, an I . crime for which t ! - occurred in ,,,s , . -H, Pl'M. .Ichii Denning. A Ci Shi:'ey, three of !!. a fen.lants pleaded - " -1 f assault w i:h ii.'- M a . li: ion to t,,. :i ,. ... ,. lined $;;:, an,i rot - -; CiMzi h. i.v i. The riot he strike ol - city, wis di ns loval county lohn Deunini;, y. .1. J. (larden. a: tin and I.vin i !'-r indictment, s s each. 'nii were convicted at noun, April i osby and H. L. i.ove n ini.-d ,1,. y to thet harg to kill, and in tiu s. were each I as Vegas, and I'l'lerque, replV- '- M. H. Fer- I'o'ial counsel : I 11 r tin. terri- H. I-:. Twitcl.ei I-. V. Chaves, o! s -lit- .1 the del. iS'i.-snn a i pea re I for the niachiiii n.rv. Lead and Copper. Nes York, Ma;. lead, dull, at T'-ii-'i co-i per, lira.. $18.5(j 4( BUILDING NEEDED FOR ITS MATERIAL 'By the Brooklyn Navy Yard ! Where Large Quantity j of Copper PiPING HAS NO PROTECTION From Any Thief Who May Pass That Way LooRns For Booty. Washington, D. C. May 8 The Navy Department has come to the conclusion that something must be dotn without delay to protect a large quantity of valuable, material, con fisting of copper pipe, now stored In the o. n at the navy yard at Brook lyn, 'i lie commandant of the yard has sent a special report to Washington, -on plain i'ii,' tint ho has not the facil ities to properly protect this material from 1' i vcj. it is thought that word must hiu been passed among people of tl.it (lass that th? material was ace ible, and there have bet n a mi:., i r of thefts, with ar-i many more ex. hing pursuits of the thieves. Ilo cei.tly a marine olllcer was accident ally wounded by the discharge of his ivi.ilo r, while chasing persons who bad .lesl-n.s upon the material, and some tiuie ai: one of the gentries killed :i man whu whs caught carry ing o:f aluaUo piping. It was rec i :ii.M ii'b I by the s;eretary. on the 'i of ri ports from Brooklyn, tb.i .. I . r .' . building, to cost tX't'KWD, an I 'o be ti-. 1 as a c ippet .smith's -1 ; , .should be erected ar. tlie yard, b.e Mie House Naval comniiltee, ul.:,!: ! been consid. ring tho esti ji ' -. cut down this Item. It is now .in :. 1 important to furnish a ?t id. u-e, to be built of steel, of dii:.. : -i.uis sutlicieiH to take -aro of ina'.ti.i! of this kind, and not leave i- is ;m invitation to thi'ves. U Is . .-'.'rated that such a biilldlr. woubl C Is t.'u.ooo. CA "TELLANE CASE IS AGAIN BEFORE COURTS. May S. -The Cas'o'.l.me case ,alo n up today for final In !.. ' :s to t' i- i c-.-i oilir y of reeon . t - ... 1 1 between the ClUlltess, ( for- ;' Anna (iouldl. and Count Boni. , i- consider d a mere formality. Mi, puns are not dispo.se, to l,,.- i i t:i il. d. The lawyers x . i! fa ure proceislins to be . .,, ; iind the final (1-crce to be icn , i v. I' b' .ill contest. III ib i Weds Member of Noble Family. Inn. May s Miss Adelaide lt.ur! : h .i!. l 'In- II n. Lionel I .am ber!, s. '-on. I son .f the late Far. I of Cavan, h'-ir tr.--u:iiplive to the title, were n.arr.e.i today at Trinity church. The bride ! a stepdaughter of the late Wii.i.im C. Whitney. New Rescript of Emperor Nicholas Provokes Russian Fury. MEETING OF DELEGATES IS Dispersed by Police-Ignatieff Is Assassinated in the Streets of Kieff. St. Petersburg, May 8. The danger of a conflict between the government and parliament-la greatly increased by what happened during the last twenty-four hours. The good Impression produced by the official instructions that the government desired to work in harmony with the parliament which wad accepted In good faith has largely bee-n dissipated and In its place the old feeling of mistrust has beta re vived. Liberals are dumbfounded In view of the seml-otficlal assurances on the subject, by the unexpected promulga tion, late last night, of the obnoxious fundimental law in a slightly modified form. This law Includes exempting crown lands from taxation, and re serves the power of amnesty for po litical prisoners to the emperor. The. indignation aroused by the em peror's attempt to build an artificial dyke around the prerogatives of the crown has been intensified by the as tounding aotlon of the police last night in dispersing a meeting of omo mem bers of the lower and upper house of parliament at tho hnll of the Econ omical society. One of the members hurried after midnight to the hall where the constitutional democrats were holding a convention and an nounced the action of tho police. An Indescribable scene of fury fol lowed, after which Rodltcheff, a mem ber of parliament, In an Impressive speech, declared that the government's appeal for confidence had again been false, and that the people must rely on themselves. It was decided that one of the first things after the as sembling of parliament shall be to mand the dismissal of the ohlef of po lice. ONE REACTIONIST THE ' LESS NOW IN KIEFF Kieff. May 8. General Count Alexis Pavloeh Ignatieff, formerly governor of Kieff, was assassinated here today. Count Ignatieff was with General Tro poff, Instigator of a conspiracy to in duce Emperor Nicholas to withdraw the proposed parliamentary reforms and return to absolutlonlsm. ELKS ARRANGING FOR DENVER TRIP THE SPECIAL COMMITTEE HELD IMPORTANT MEETING LAST NIGHT. Iast night at the office of Attlrney Felix lster, the special committee looking after tho trip of tho Elks to the Denver convention, met and trans acted considerable business. A drawing of a handsome badge to be worn by the local K!l;s, was sub mitted to the committeo by A. W. Cavanaugh, ajid tho design adopted, Mr. Cavanaugh being Instructed to get in communication with badge makers at irnce and ascertain the cost per badgn. Mr. Cavanaugh, who has just re turned from a business trip to the western towns In Arizona and in souther New Mexico, stated to the members that he was confident a number of IClks from Winslow, Flag staff, Williams an.P other western towns, and from Silver City and Dom ing, and even Kl Paso on the south would Join t'lie Albuquerque Elks In making tho trip. lie al- referred to tho fact that las Vegas and Tlaton had some Klks who had signi fied their desire to accompany the Albuquerque antlers to the convention thereby swelling tho list from lliis territory of those who will go to the convention and participate in the grand parade. Alter some discussion as- to the proper met hi d to Interest t !: so out side Fllis to join fho Albuquerque delegation, and nil go from here in ono grand body, picking up the Ias Veaas and Itaton Klks en route, It was finally moved that lettepi b: writ l(ii to the towns named, ext.nding an Invitt'tlon to outside Elks to Join bands here, and with U . request that names of those going sent in as H on as Ks.siblo. Just befor.i' adjoiii'iiiui in b was moved and seconded that. Tie commit tee appear before the city council, then in n-sr;ei. Mid reqif ' that an appropriation lie made to :Vdo the K!ks to take along with ti. m on the trip a brass band to bad 'be Albu querque Klks' marching c' ib in the parade. At the council, .'r. Cavan-! augh presented the cap in a few words, to tlie members, r ;d on mv tioii the request was tvf pi I tf. the finance committee. TOUCHED FORDIA MOND PIN AT BELEN Alloiney T. X. Wilkeis ti returned ibis morning In. in l.os l.e un, where jest, nlay he appeared b I. ie a jusiico court iu prosecution of I i i Chaves and a won. in ip'.nr-d .lo.s jdiiue. who Were charged by .lie Ka-sliiate, a bricklaw-r. with "touching" him for a diamond pin. Etch of the defend ants w. re bound over to the grand jtirv under $l.iino loud. Tli" alb i'e I 'licit look place in the (!ic i' Adeii chaves at Helen. St. Louis Wool, S'.. I.ouis, Mu., May 8. V il liuir kt, sieudy and unchanged. Is Last Word From Washington-Rate Bill Gets Along Some. ALLISON COMPROMISE GOES Disastrous Floods Reported to State Department. From China. Special to Evening Citizen. Washington, D. C, May 8 The conferee on Joint statehood were i session for two hours today, but no Important results followed. It Is now claimed that the statehood bill must await the disposition of the railroad rate bill; but that go soon as the , rate bill Bhall be out of the way, the statehood fight will then be forced. At the Cannon reception, last even- ing, your correspondent Informed the president and the members of the cabinet that a Roosevelt club had been formed In Albuquerque. They congrat ulated the city heartily. SENATE IS MAKING SOME PROGRESS ON RATE BILL Washington, D. C, May 8. The conferences in the senate yesterday, which resulted In a positive agree ment on six propositions to be incor porated In the Allison amendment to the railroad bill, were ratified today by additional conferences between the senate leaders representing all the republican factions. Under the first and secoad clauses of the agreement the rate making sec tion of the bill will authorize the la tersfcile commerce commission to de termine what will be tho just and rea sonable rate to be charged. The third clause is the original Allison amend ment, and Blmpl yconfors Jurisdiction on circuit courts to hear suits against' the commission. The fourth, fifth and sixth clauses place certain restrictions upon the granting of injunctions, and provide for appeal from such order di rectly to the supreme court. Elkint Amendment Considered. The discussion of the Elkins amendment to the railway rate bill was resumed In the senate today. ThU amendment proposes to prevent Inter state carriers from owning and oper . atlng coal mines and from deulintr id1-' commodities which they transport. Waiting for Morgan's Recovery. The senate committee on the Is thmian canal adjourned today pending the recovery from indisposition ol Senator Morgan. Must Wait Their Turn. Senator Culberson today presented the Allison amendments to the rail way rate bill. They will be printed and laid over until they are reached in reguar order. STATE DEPARTMENT HEARS OF FLOODS IN CHINA Washington, D. C, May 8 The state department today received the follow ing cablegram from the American consul at llankau, China: There is an Immense flood In the Hunan province. Great loss to life and property i3 re ported. All foreigners safe. OLD BOARD OUT NEW BOARD IN NEW MEMBERS OF THE E0ARD OF EDUCATION SWORN IN AT ' LAST NIGHT'S MEETING. 1 At last night's meeting of Cue Isxird .'f education, tho old school ooani. after transacting a bit of routine busi ness, was ushered out of existence, and tho new board sworn iu. Bills for the past month were al lowed and ordered paid. The report of the finance comrndtte showed a balance of $10,000 on hand. A vote of thanka was extended to O lonel 10 ipkins for the good work he 'had done the ast year as president of tho Irfxml. The old loard then adjourned, and County Clrrk A. E. Walker gwor in tho new board, which Is composed of Messrs. Hopkins, I.uthy, Washburn, Strong, Kice, Marion, Conley and Craig. Colonel Hopkins was elected resi dent of Hie board At the ensuing year, J. F. I.uthy, vico president, and Chnrli s White, secretary. The bond of tho treasurer in tlia sum f $:'(J.Oot) was received and ap prowd, as to the sufficiency of the amount, the form of the bond being referred ti( the finance committee for approval. A meiting of the new beard is culled for Thursday night, tr which time several matters of lm".ir; ance are tt Lt considered and discuss. 1. Th.- cily schools will close tlie IVh, of this month and t'lie board ev.octs a rather busy session at i s r.-.-xt meeting. BENEFIT DANCE THURSDAY EVENING Thursday evening, May '10, at the Casino, at Traction 1'ark, a ber.-tit dance will be given, the proceeds to bo turntd over a the Mcintosh Hrowns for the purpose of defraying expenses Incurred. Tlie Casino or chestra will furnish tho music, and a large number of patrons Is assured, as the Browns, despite their inaldllty to win a.s many games as they should, are popular, and have many friends who will selzo this op pom unity of as sisting tho team. STANDARD OIL WILL BE PROSECUTED IN OHIO Columbus, Ohio, May ti. Assistant Attorney General Miller oday tald that criminal proceedings will In) brought against the officials of thtj Stanard Oil in Ohio.