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ALHUQUEUQUE, SEW MEXICO. WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 1). IJ)0(. N'UMHKK 115 REVISION OF THE TARIFF IS DEMANDED FEDERAL GOVERNMENT GETTING MORE ACTIVELY AFTER TRUSTS THE CAMPAIGN ISSUE IN KANSAS GOULD FALLS SHORT IN THE TENNIS GAME Which World Champion Miles Took From Him in Four Sets. Jit. Democrats Expect to Find Much Support on This Point in MIDDLE WESTERN STATES In Campaign This Fall For the Election of Con gressmen, W-uaingtitn. D. C, M?.y 9. Tin? present tariff revision dolmte in congress was started by tho loug democrat, of Illinois, Henry T. Itaia oy, of Carrollton. Mr. Rainey arose ftnd told things about the watch tm' He related to the house how this tariff-nurtured octopus Is selling watcaos to the people ot London cheaixr tha to American citizens. He told About Mr. Keene, "of Broadway lower Broadway" who was able to make money by going abroad, buying American watches in the open mar ket, bringing them to New York and underselling the trust with its own wares. There are strong indications that the people of the "middle west" are cunning to be niore and more in favor of a revision of the tariff. The peo ple of Massachusetts are in favor of a revision which would remove the duty from hides." The far western states, and notably California, are quite "stand pat" La their sentiments, and the south, which, by all tradi tions, should by against protection, is looming more protective in its sen timents every day and every hiomr. The marvelous growth of the cotton manufacturing industry is (account able for this. A good deal of importance Is laid by the leaders In congress on the re cent political happenings in Iowa. The success of Governor Cummins, wio is making a campaign for a third term, is regarded as an indorsement f the tariff revision Issue. Governor Cummins is a pioneer divisionlst, the author of the Iowta. idea. Leslie M. Shaw, the present Sec rotary of the Treasury, represents the opposite of the "Iowa idea." But Secretary Shaw lias Just been de feated in his own congressional dls- 'riot, the Tenth, oa this issue, cloarly made iby Governor Cummins. The convention which Indorsed Cummins dec lined to Indorse Shaw. Chicago will be the principal 'head quarters of the concessional cam paign committees of both parties. As it is in t-he middle west that the tar iff revision sentiment seems to bo atrongest and most widespread, It Is in this region that the democrats w ill tight hardest to steal republican dis tricts. The republicans :ire looking for democratic gains. They expect the present large mapority in the H:use of Repress ntative.s to be reduced by fifteen or twenty members. They even go so far as to say that they will not regret such reduction. One thing can be stated as a cer tainty, if the republicans come out of the im landing struggle with a small majority, President Roosevelt will summon an extra session of the Sixtieth congress next Marc'h, for the purple 01 revision. REMAINS OF "PATHFINDER" IN UNMARKED GRAVE. New York, May 9. The body of John C. Freemont, the first nominee Kxf the republican party for president, and often called "The Pathfinder," lie in an unmarked grave in Rock land Cemetery, a short distance from Nyack. N. Y. General Freemont died in this city in 1S10. Shortly after his death the plot 1u which he now lies was purchased wina the intention of erecting upon the site a suitable monument to the man who was a pioneer" in the exploration of the west and who r ndered distinguished ser vices in the Mexican War. A til or. lime after the general's duath a John ('. Freemlvnt Assocli tiou was tormed and incorporated, with the object of providing a monu ment and memorial. The design for the mou,.mnt was prepared, and, it la blievej, adopted by the associa tion. With the exception of a bunch of llowers on Memorial Pay, k w- ver. the la.-t rest In.? place of tli ,.i i ' 1,1 I an. or ;n:d :-a r .-.man is tie eel ' d Arur.'i the gr.tve of General Free mo u are the grave of several tli tiii-Tii-h. d ii!e:i. including Commander Gorrir.g-, who brought to this coun try "Cleopatra's Need! ." i:,nv stand . in Central Park, aa.1 lr. Skene, a t.i:i'o.: lire . Uivn h.irjtti.n. WEDDING CEREMONY IN CHAPEL AT WEST POINT W--t Poin'. N. V.. Mav 9 .M'.-s M.t:y F. irence Pae and Lieut, nam. (e-oi-L-.- S. S'.mou.i.s .-if the Twenty, see.-vi;. l Infau'ry. wii! b married at W--v ML-- (lei!, Mrs. I'o:!" Chape, this afternoon. Paf is a .laughter of Brigadier j -,ii ,'ohn H. 1'aae. andasiter of : F C. Marshall of West Pein'. r.cevi wii'. be given at the! The r- cev i w ii r-s:,;, ;: . :' M . r Marjori-- I'.iue. WiU be ' i.i-i. I l.i-idesmaidii w.il 1 t-r-:n (' Ne Vorl reiro:-.. a , Mi- and M:-.- .Varvi' W. bst.r of Chiciio. ! Wa.-aiiu'ton. i . GOVERNMENT NOW AFTER CATTLEMEN IN EARNEST. ; 1 Hi; . 1 ;.ie I ea'-b :: w .lie:: !".-! e. t.".- a: Mii;. - .b. .- Ily an order ; : r. w in y ti v ' fi v .- day in 1 IM ' I' !e) l:i wf 111 i .I'll n : n v. -.1 t:.":t. at-1 M ir.-li il 1 :i'.l t b, '1! d evil :.-.ch 1'tii-. : Warn.-r is or b r.- i a:: l ib sirov in. pi : to the e.i". !e:iie:i permanently . nj m ia t. n. . .- .-.er. til . .-men: s. The i a' ! ebt;.:i: ' le.men a" ! id ctistru. :c .'. e-'a t:. I 'I Drug Trust Enjoined William Nelson Cromwell of Panama Likely to Hear Something Drop. NAVY IS WILLING TO TRY BUILDING MONSTER SHIP LEVIATHAN, $10,000,000 Washington, D. C May 9. The at-' torney general today made public toe following statement: "The government today filed In the circuit court of the United States, for the district of Indiana, a petition for an Injunction against certain, as sociations, corporations and Individ uals, comprising what is commonly known as the "drug trust of the United States.' Parties defendant who are specifically named in the bill, have voluntarily combined to control prices at which proprietary medicines and dnifis shall bo sold to the con sumer through retail druggists, in violation of the Sherman anti-trust law. Parties to toe combination In clude the Proprietary Association of America and toe National Associa tion icf Retail Druggists. CROMWELL INCLINED TO BUCK AGAINST MORGAN. Washington, D. C, May 9. "I will cot reply to hypothetical questions. If you will be good enough to ask a question that is pertinent, I will answer it." Thus. William Nelson Cromwell, counsel for the Panama railroad, and in that capacity an official of the United States, defied Senator Morgan In hi quest t:v information as to the meaning of a letter written by Crom well to the late Secretary Hay, con cerning the original concessions ot the Panama Canal company. After replying that the ktter spoke fcr 1 Itself, Cromwell met a rapid fire of questions with, a prompt refusal to answer. The examination for some time Hh'en continued on the subject f bond issues and sales, Cromwell an ewtring these questions freely, but his recollection on the subject was limi'tt'L JHe-aid 'hat in the books of the executive committee, which Mor gan had before him, were recorded all thesa transactions. CONFERENCE OF CHARITIES AND CORRECTIONS I .:1tCy;1- Kvr K nntim Delegates Numbering 2,000 Grover Cleveland One of mail car from the balance of the train I one side, wrecking that side, wreck land haul It a mile away, whore they j lug the dock and damaging the vessel Philadelphia. Pa., May 9. The j voted to addresses i n various topics ! rifled It of registered mail. The rob-'alniut $100,000. The Columbia and largest and, it is hoped, most success- I Uaring upon 1he subjects of entireties ters were under th Imoresslon that I dock later sank and have not yet been nil annual convention ot the national i conference of Charities and Correc-1 tions, ever held In this country will j i:ipen here this evening at the Acad-1 emy of Music, to last eight days. ! I his Is the thirty-tnird annual session . consideration of th, various nixxtitl of the conference and. judging from ; features, ti. be considered by tne con th enumber of delegates who have i ference. Every phase of charity work arrived JK-Te and have registered, ; win be thoroughly discussed and the more interest has been taken in the sessions of the various sections have( conference throughout the countijiNvn o arranged that the delegates! than ever before. Besides the regular will be able to attend nearly all the' d legates appointed by the governors ; meetings. j of the various states and territories Among the topics for the cousider ni.uiy prominent men :rom all walks; at ion by the thirteen sections are: of life are here to attend the confer-j "State Supervision and Admicistra ence and assist in the work by their tlon of Charities;'" "Care tcf the counsel and cxperb nee. ISick;" "Needy Families:" "'Child ' The ciii:'.-vs of Philadelphia have , l abor; " '"Defectives;"' ' Nelcblvirliood shown great interest in the confer- Work;" "Training of Social Work- ence and have made t.e most elabor- ers;" '"Inimigrration ; " "'Charitable, :.te arrantiem-nts for the reception Finance,"' anil "Statistics." and entertainment of the delegates One of ihe subjects which will re- from cither parts v f the country. The. I number of delegates who will attend I the conferene. is roughly estimated :ti more i,:au iwo uiousanu. Among .1 , ..: : I. . i . i 'lcm are i..:u: ti... iiiKUiiu-a cu.uk woiK.rs ai.d pro'i .-.-ionai meu reiue-:-'iitiiig evi ry s' lte a :i 1 territory f tin- I'nite.l S;a:. s. Th ojn liiiiii session this evening will h.. held iii Cie ..v-ademy of Mu.-le. iiit "!.e M-cti. ma! and general se.-sL iia f the c-jnfer.-i.ee wi:! be hell in Hor lieu'iural ha'.l. At ilie in.-'Ming this .veniiii x-Presldeii; (Irover Cleve land v;'.! d. liv.-r the m i:n-i;nl .-nidi-ess ' ' ""' t iioi i eniij paci-er and ' nc i u. a v or ot i in. ade.p ina w i.: w. ;e0!iie i-.ie delegates and ! Vera! of !,,. prom ; inent del.ga'es wii! ni ty r,... . The rest of the evening wii: be - - , . of L- ASSEMBLE IN MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE. Maishall. Miss; Memphi-.. T nr.. May s TI;- bi T of the bride. J ennial cnv .-lit ...n of the 1'.:" t hr h.H.d m''011w 5n,lnthc'1f I-'- '"otive Kngineers .-.en. d her-M:.-s liuise Dam-' Mi- Fa r of Wir-' l"M-v wiih an atten dance of more "lau :x then, and ibd.-na ! '"! 1 that t!,e c niveiit l- :- wii! I- is i-v ex last eX- w;i: . the on 4:ii tour to mx v.-,.a ;. d thai Pro.-i.b-in K. c :ce h. i !i- in W.i- onv. lit iuii higniy 1 e 'i .n-;,a:-; loi.nv n.; -" JII to .'lie of r s-.im for i .... i!: i -. - si. ii.-. 1 "Jt-.i !.:i. V er,' i. .! ;l "IS . t if at linpor . : ai ..i !: . II. i .11: ' W ill . ..tlie lh for -l: A iu in a i he de!e-"ii , s ai e r i '-. -n-ins; ev.-ry stjte and :tl -li- I'll. led Slat"-, u well iii'tub.-ri from t'aitada ..nd Th" . ;: i.-us l.av .- arrai.i.-d ten ;t. a . o ifV Mm, i-vatr. .ria::r.i:ent by Attorney General. IMMENSE MONSTER OF Washington, D. C, May 9. The constructi-n bureau of the navy is willing to undertake to build the Le vithian, a 20,000-ton battleship, pro vided for In the pending naval ap propriation bill, and feels sure they can execute the task with reasonable dispatch and at a minimum cost. Careful estimate limits the time of construction to forty-eight months, and the cost to, $10,000,000. ( SERIOUS ILLNESS OF SENATOR A. P. GORMAN. Washington, D. C, May 9. Sena tor Arthur P. Gorman, wf Maryland, is critically ill at his home in this city. He has not been at the senate for many months, and during tlie last few days has had Eevere sinking spells. His sickness began with the grip and has been complicated by several ailments. NOMINATIONS SENT BY PRESIDENT TO SENATE. Washington, D. C, May 9. The president today sent the following nominations to the senate: Postmaster In Texas W. W. Na gle, Denison; G. W. Hill, Saratoga. BILL INTRODUCED TO REMOVE HIDE DUTY Special to Evening Citizen. Washington, May 9. The vice pres ident presented to the senate today a communication from the secretary of the interior, aceomnanvinir the renort (if the commissioner's investigation of the sale of lands belonging to New Mexico, and which says that congress alone has power to enforce the condi tions of the grant. Renresentatlve Brick savs: "The bouse is ready to do business at any! moment ; the senate Is delaying action on the statehood bill." ' Representative Sulzer has intro duced a bill to remove the duty on hides. in Hicfnfw rvf I mirxrrr Leading Speakers. una corrections. i To facilitate and systematize t he work of the conference, it has been I divided Into thirteen sections, which! w ill hold separate sessions for the i (eive an extra share of attention will be th.ir of "Child Labor." The ses of t);e secti'in tor the consider a: of t'.ie triiiung of social work rs will le aiteiui. d by Muilctus from tile Vo ad j Nil C- I io S ho.,1 ..' k. anl il, 1( jston. urn llieir ion-.'. ('. i1)' Phiiaii -liropiiy. of N'.-w S.-b (or S n-i:il Work- -Tle-se two Schools will ses.oii. to a"-iid tile rence f charities iind r.i't ions. St ii.leii o sihool ale a If c nfer nee, 11. from the Chi- I.. "o a':, nil reg.ilar Ml- there a.nnieiits .-.tte... Oil :'ai::!i!ei.t I ..- a j-'.tr-r.cin.l- f l ro'uini of t b.lsille-S .se-- :hc- of enie v. i'l be a iti honor e ; :!i.. .Mr. - . . mi: f "lie viMli'lg deb" ist a t ract ive :' the ! r, train w i1 n t!:,. beaut :!'!i! d. !.;.!!.'. fca.- be.-n -" of er.- and a iarue' cibscriln-d to !" at t.l 1. 4 "hw VI -i GRAND ARMY CONVENTION AT LINCOLN. NEBRASKA. I.inco'r.. N'e- V-i.v Thi.- city is M'e.v.b-i '-'bis uitb n.'-u.ieis of lit- i.r.r.d . CU's. '! W ..0 b l a'lii'.tai (.till, i A ::i. f ! ib- 'ibli'- a ltd -X- - I ! !.: ti !! p ty' - f the si a-,-. - atteii in. I n.- nt .; r.,.-a. The id a Il.'pre i. . . ( : ! ir. tb. :..- ' ' C ':',. , - ' ' . s - -: o : will eb t : in. ha. elic rrow . Ti. .in.-. r.r -a. : a d r.- i,R0N KI?CGS IS REPORTED SOLD It is stated en good authority ii that the Iron King .gold mine in 4 ' B'.and canyon, Cochiti dtstr1-t, 4 Sandoval cjunty. has been sold r r 6.''00, to parties closely connected with the Navaho Gold i Miuing company. The purchaser 4 Is said to l a man by the name 4 4 r Prlchard, and th property 4 4 wh purchased by Mr. Prlchard upon the expert examination of '4 4 Percy Barbour, engineer for the 4 4 Navaho Gold Mining company. 4 4 The property is but a short dis- 4 4 lance above the town of Bland, '4 4 In Bland cnny.o, and until the 4 4 present sale, was the property 4 4 of three sisters residing in one of 4 4 the middle utaten. 4 If UUUiiiHHtl TRUST COMPANY CLOSES ITS DOORS Pittsburg. Pa., May 9. The Colum bia Savings & Trust company of this city closed Its doors today by order of the commissioner of banking. The capital is $145,000: deposits $200,000; loans $290.00. Philadelphia Firm Bankrupt. Philadelphia, Pa.. May 9 The brokerage firm of Harrison, Snyder & Co., announced today that defalcations amounting to at least $100,000 had been committed by Edwin S. Green field, a confidential clerk. His specu lations have been going on for six years. Greenfield Is under surveil lance. The firm today filed a petition of bankruptcy. GERMAN SAENGERFEST ON AT SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. Savannah, Ga., May 9. Nearly one thousand visitors from different parts of the state have come here to at tend the great German Saengf-Tfest, waich ha been aranged by the United German Singing societies of various southern cities, including Savannah, Jacksonville," Charleston, Wilmington, Augusta, Atlanta and other cities. The "Froh.slnn." th, leading German singing society of this city, has charge of the. arrangements lor the fcaengerrest, and H is e;lrted '4 wi'l e the largest affair of thU kind ever .heM hum- If -ta-ill ln-t i-n -io-a 1 and during that- tima--,-?! will be several concerts ami odjar entertain ment features. This afternoon the Gerir.au singrs will parade through the principal streets of the city. The opening concert will be given tonight. The Joint, chorus i:f the participating ! societies will sing three chorus nuiii I hers and there will also be som soli land orchestral numbers. Tomorrow a meeting will be held, at which a permanent organization will be ef j fected. T' W w ill be followed by a grand picnic. j ROBBERS RIFLE MAIL CAR ON CANADIAN PACIFIC. Helllngham. Wash.. Mav 9 A siw - """ytcial from Yaneouve,. says: "The Ini- , perial limited train was held up on the main lino ot the Canadian Pa - ' eitlc near Kamloops. 200 miles from , here, early today. The robbers com pel led the engineer to uncouple the the express packages were In the mail car, but when they found that the express was in another car which they uad left with the remainder of the train, thev had not the nerve to go back after it. They slipped away into the hilis." WAR DEPARTNENT THINKS 'FRISCO WORK DONE Wants General Greely to Withdraw as Soon as Possible to Prevent Complications Quite Likely to Aris: Washington, I IiepartiiK nt an:! tue service ha- M..y . The War , believe lha' it oninb t.-d i; . --( lit: 1 d"-ir- s shall wiihdr.-w ive pai ticipiit ion at! I re-,:oi-a' ion This iH.licy .".ny reason ling that S.iu ' 'be '.elp if de is realize! i' I' -v ry day's ' certlict of a ' 'i' ip-'l olli. ia.s anny. There : such coiiflnt. 'h' .-hiiatioti - 'iillieult. ) '' if possllde. Witshiti'en 1 : ." from now on a subordinate Wa.-h in .".oi:. -1' ti ' ha.s been tl til.. resp.1'! :" people uud !!' i e dolle to work in San 1". I bat Oenera! C:, 'lie 1 1' oos lrolil in t!i- work of j-. as rapid I v i's i is not t:icoiir.i-e w hi. li -oni, s in.:. Knun i.-co has 1... s.-rv s or lie ! -that there wii: activity the m I heriiy b, w , i ; and ;.,ie oft: : - have been a ion a Li I .1 if. ; i Wi'lllll S M'li 1 e, ,! is iledr ! ; j ii . and the a'tlm i. one w 1. rcail ' the Ll'.nv III!!.- l--".-ii a. " Sef C,. (,,.,, I n i ov r, f.-i ! b.i durably el. ' --' 'i 1 con fideiic . 'hat n. .tiling s'i" e.i! til.; so "! d.-m... Ihe :!-." pre- on i-v t . 'llticeli" work ;, ''I "e time ol '' Sin pr-.ncisco tb I (".."leral C-, , d.-sire lu contir. : ti' nation, but it UilV .v hi is e- i 't.e liua. 1 ' "1." army r ai'.a. j; ,r.j,. j Is a teel:i: n uii' l tiuuiraliv " TTol of the U t!mt rho re-1 IN BALOONS PHOTOGRAPHS TO BE MADE So That Panorama Views Be Had of Wrecked San Francisco. DAMAGE TO SHIPPING WAS Greater Than at First Sup posed Is Report of the Underwriters. San Francisco, Cal., May 9. The signal corps of the Un!t?d Sttew army is photographing San Francisco ruins from balloons. A series of pic tures ore being taken to be kept on file by the war department in Wash ington. Several hundred pictures have already been taken of different buildings, and au order has been sent for three balloons so that a complete panoramic picture of the city can be luid. Damage to Vessels, Tliesurvey by underwriters at the Union Iron Works shows the damage to vessels by the earthquake to be lTw.i 200-foot, freighters. Mexican and1 CoMmblan. in course of construction for the Americ'Havvaiian steam - 'ship company, were found forward In their cradles, and damaged about Jll.- i 000 each. The Harriuiau steamship, Columbia, on dry dock, was thrown on recovered. A pair of heavy shears fell on the City of Puelda, inflicting dam age to the extent of about $15,000. St. Louis Wool Market. . I St. L-cU, Mo.. May '.".--Wool mar - i !-. t stea.'.y and uncharsed. i mia'ev, .-t wiiTi ommit'.e. '.Mill I lie 1' Is the ', a;,, i lii; ,1 iii.' iiere- iM l en ieii or 1 tli- ieal 1d Illent of '- r." :is Is ..- r ..il.i'd 'I'N . 11 ii rliat t 'ie r- ni'i-t .if! a-, guards in Hie : -i llle plaee.-, but 1'. i:i ilie ci'-.zeiis h:ne till' in 1 an 1 and iOk.iiM If i . i !UI" tile Wl.'l K fit les'Or- Ue e:n;.i..v n,. m (,;' '.jj,. : i.. War liemt:;;. nt has 1 of what IK- be"n . ( r ii:;Uiar Ml' .ies, on Fi atiri.-i . !, is !, ,i' ' I"" i i: ki'ii- K.-.ued , ?J i'i,e...i. -j ),,. .j'larter .1 'ieh a - Ir:.' stoves, i a ri no' he u-e.i iit-a.u, will !'--'.- of that material to ii ! is roimhly e.s;in.a'."i rii:t involve, w:'! not .e t-'. ""''.""". 'I'lier,. i- '" - 11 ; ell to Ih" s rVee he of i.il t..e tetlts i:' ,'it.o: !ir calau.it y weri" War I ep;,i-'uriit wotild , i relld ! ll.'K U hell) '".',;"i:'irv .- lit-1 - c-f. ; i , J i tents, and i' :::;. t I. 'oe; -he .. -. . .!-:.:. as the m.ji ; , -e.il'ee. Tile tell'.-, an-to- :;;f r. '-usoii that " !..,d;;. injured. de .' t : ie---nt use. w . ,;, , ; . 1 in, I tr, s" ; IN NICARAGUA MINISTER IS ASSASSINATED Was of Foreign Affairs and No Particulars Are Given. THE BRITISH HAVE 21 SHIPS At Piraeus Ready for Trouble With the Sultan of ... TurKey. Washington. May 9. Mr. Coream, Niearaauaiinvinlater,odaj recetyed. a cablegram stating that Adolfo Altam orano, Nicaraguan minister of foreign affairs, had been assassinated. TURK MAKING READY TO SUBMIT TO DEMAND3. Constantinople, May 9. Frequent conferences have been held during tli last few days between members of the cabinet in connection with the Anglo Turkish dispute. The general opinion Is that Turkish troops will evacuate Tabah before the Urltlsh ultimatum expires. Strong British Fleet ! Athens, May 9.-A British fleet. 1 insisting of twenty-one warshljis, Is ; lying at Piraeus, with sUain up. It will be further augmented today by j Ihe arrival of the second-class squad- i rn. commanded by Hear Admiral Prince Louis, of Baltenburg, which list November was In American waters. BARACA CONVENTION TO HOLD TWO DAYS' SESSION. Albany, N. Y., May 9. The Na tional Ib'ir.'WVI Pnnt.,HTl(in ulll Min hern this mvnin- r-.. . ,i - ...... , .vu,ua i.,i , n yj uajo 1 s.slon. Tne wsslous will be held I in the Tabj-rnaclo Baptist church and more than live hundred delegates will bo -n attendance. Nearly all the dele gates arrived here this morning, and ! tiifj" will upend the afternoon in sight seeing. An acquaintance meeting will be held at 0 o'clock, to give the dele gates an opportunity to become ac quainted with each "i 'her. The first business session will begin at 8 o'clock this evening. Vic- President i K. N. Sims of Noitn Carolina will .preside, and the program will open i'.h devotional services, led by the ' Hev. J. V. Weinple, iastor of the Sixth Presbyterian church. M. A. Hudson, the national president, of tlte organization, will deliver an address on the "Ibiraca Idea," and Robert K. Speor of New York will .-peak .. n "Young M' ti aid Prayer." At. t!:e s. ssion tomorrow morning. President Hudson will oc mv the "hair, and the Kev. H. K. Alb-u, pas- i' r of t lie l(i Ha;-,iist rhu conduct the devo" ional A ll.DII ; I lie pt'Oluillell' ! HI';' ' e A. rf. I 1.1 Ml .'till of I )' 1 ' ' I lie Kev. ,1. F Ver U'lie ) ' n. N'. Y.. and Wiill mi A. i)-' New Vci , Th re w ii! a i i!;.'. in Mie i.i'"..-r:i.'.i.i .ip l h. will .rrises. Will Mieil ; Water-1 !'"I'!""1.' KNIGHTS TEMPLAR OF GEORGIA MEET AT A 'jGUSTA. 1' rty- of the A;i..'iW:i, Ca.. May H - T li:t a irand annua! eiieij Kni .its Templar ef (ietn. her,. Hnlav wi'h an unu, i ' t.lH tied la rue I at -eii'lance ,.,t in- mU'i-s, whom ar.' aecmpaiiii-l AlVe.s. Tile ii'.ei:inx S''-si held liiis evi'iiiiig. and the aut A Stovall of .-'awinna.i tn.u:!i"ei- of the Savanna!', d liv. r the pi'inei., a! ora it e ;.e will la-.t two days -ii : , ;'s i:ae .iira:i-;e,l a. uuav of i their wi'.l be I a. I'h-as-j '.nor and j r. ss, will ... The The 1 cal '.a! oral-' i i '-: i:r. f-.r the ita.i.n ;.t of lhu 'i--:':r4 Ki.lnlits and the i io.';;ain in elii 1. s .-ewta! re, el : ion- and oilier i:il fane! ion.-, w. l! as !i r u ii'i'i; tit.tiien's to win. ii only 'In-Kni'.-hts will 1 admi' tel. s-vi-'ra'. toc i nr.-to ie- "I'-o; lnt t.,nn- are en , , , '. , . i am . New York Money Market. N -a otic. May Mn,.y OIl t ao, --eaiy. a- 0 - '.: t ' - 'n-r ceir ; prime Iller.'at!".:,. pu;e lx-'i'j J'.T cent. liar :lv. r, CTc. I I REPORT THAT EFFORT TO Murder Emperor William Was Made Flatly Contradicted By Authorities. London, May 9. In the court ten ni championship round today. Jay Gould of Lakewood, N. J., won the flm set against Eustace H. Miles, holder of the championship. But Lost It Again. Later: At the Queen's club today after a splendid series of victories over leading British coverted tennia cclirt experts, Jay Gould went down before the world's champion, Eustace Miles, In the second championship round, latter winning, 3-1. The Am erican cnampion started splendidly and won th first set by a score of 6-4. bllt MIImT nnrferf nnnHlllm, , -' - wuuaiwu seemed to tell, while Gould papubly ureu. The second round fell easily to Miles. 6-1. Tho third nt r.ouM mo,ia a great fight and though the set ul timately fell to Miles, 6-4, some of the best tennis eeen here In years was Played in It. The fon to Miles. 6-3. NOT TRUE THERE WAS SCHEME TO KILL WILLIAM London. Mav 9. A His tral News from Berlin says that flvo anarachlsts charged with high treason were arrested near Metz. The men had explosives and a. nnnntitir nf a- namlte waa found near the Imperial paiace wnere JSmperor William is ex pected to arrive tomorrow. Later: The allneed rt plot to kill the emperor is wholly un true. ENGLISH SYNDICATE BUYS CAR LINES IN CITY OF MEXICO. Great BAiTlngtom Mass.. May 9. -F. S. Pearson of Alford and New York has ipurchased the CLmwoli dated Street Railway Lines of Mexico City. Tor $G,0O0.000. Mr. Pearson repre sents an English syndicate, and has hea...lected preldnt, p! the ram-" peny. He H now ia Mexico City, and will In them will mnu nnma 1 cluiuges in the operating plan of the railway lines, which are considered to be among the finest of street railway properties. Mr. Pearson h mi. chased four thousand acres (of land mere lor a game preserve and intends io Keep tnree tlioosand saeep. Eng liah shepherds will tie employed. MONTREAL HORSE SHOW WILL OPEN TONIGHT. Montreal, Que., May 9. The an nual Montreal Hors shoar la i opened tonight by Prince Arthur of CcnnauKht. it Is tlie seventh show of this kind held In thU city, and. Judging from the large number of en tries land the excellent quality of the horses exhibited, promises to be a greater success In very respect than aiy 'rim of Ihe former horse shows, 'ihe show U held under the patmn- B4e of tllie ?nvfrnnr ponr.' lieutenant Governor if On.oi I lirathcoma, the Hon. Sydney Fbsher, .Ministitr of Agriculture, the Commis sioner of Agriculturo of tho P of QuoIh-c, and Mayor H. A. Kkers of Montreal. LAKE VESSELS FOuNDEK DURING SEVERE STORM. Cleveland. Ohio. Mar 9. Th scho:ncr Algeria sank ' ubmit two miles off the harbor of Plevf!an.l this morning and possibly three lives are lost. The schooner Iron Oiien is in a sinking condition outs id of the breakwater. Her crew of eight men have been taken off by a life saving crew. Last 'ulahf and ir!v today the storm kicked up a hetvy sea which is a . rious menace, to all vessels outslile tef harbor. Many ves sels are tied no in harbors bv tho strike of long-horemen. The Algeria was a vessel of 'J,ui)t) tons burden and was biaded with Iron. S!j.. generally carried sven men. it is known that three or four of these came ashore last clehi and lit. is believed that u least, three went down with the schtxmer. The pr.ts- nt ,-r.i. in !s t-aid by lake mn to bo the worst during the uv. nth of May in many years. A NOTED CHARACTER DIES AT FORT SMITH. Fort Sini'b, Ark.. May . ;. M. S.'iioo', who was In a plot to i.ilnap President I.iueolu, and who .s.d the N';u to John sJurra't, which w as in t'T.dtd to ct.Cvey Lincoln a.tf'- - tho Potomac river, died hero today v the aire k.f 73 years, gmoot was a i :v k- 4 ade runner durinjr the Civil war. and was a noted character. Ho (- a'. to friends that, while he sold lac boat to Surratt for the purpo.se of kidnap ing Lincoln, and w.u to have Ui-n a party In the abduction, he knew r.o'h irig of 'be intt-mion to k.ll th.. ji n llent. which was af'erwarvis dls-clo.-ed. Veteran Editor Dead. St. Paul. Minn.. ."Way :i ' -,'ph Whe.-loek, editor in chief of -h,' I'l n " r Pre.-s of this city, 1 her- tiv day. He had Un In 1.1 hea.'1'. for several j'Mfi. Ht' was liy-n ti. 1:U and came to this eitv in 1 ;.. Chicago Live Stock. I'M, .-. May P. Ca" ' ie Keocipti. "-.',"". n.irVil aiiy ., 1-V 'lower; 'ee- Jtliije-,- ,,m. ;m be. furs. ?! ! rti;cle t and fii-derl. fife .". . Ti . ins. J.Sn.nii c.LVi'i, $11 in.. i:i--i Kocidixs. 2 )!'): market 'ror.t; sh.x-p, j r. I.L!r.hs, ;i ;.C".