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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO. MONDAY EVENING. MAY 0. 1907. TIh Evening tttlirw. In Advance, $S per Jtmr, Delivered ly Carrier. CO conn pr month. CHRISTIANS ARE STATE )S ASKED FR SCO CARMEN RfllNERS RESCUED FR01 FLOODED BEING MOBBED DOS American AUssIon Church Is Burned and Mission aries Assaulted. CONVERTED NATIVES ' ARE MARKED VICTIMS Young Mens Christian Association Building Is Looted-Sttuation Menacing to Europeans. Lahore. British India. May 6. The Hindu outbreak at Rawalpindi ap pears to have been antl-Chrlstlan as well as anti-European. The "mission buildings were special objects of the fury of the rioters. An attack was made on the Amerlca.11 mission church and a mob burned the Y. M. C. A. building, looted end dam aged all the houses of the missionar ies and violently assaulted native Christians In the streets. A riotous outbreak under the lead ership of Hindu students has also oc curred at Amrltsar, about thirty miles froon Lahore. BERNALILLO COUNTY DISTRICT COURT The fust May session of the Ber lialillo county probate court conven ed at 10 o'clock this morning, with Judge Jesus Romero, A. E. Walker, clerk, and T. Montoya, interpreter, present. The first matter to come before the court wa.s the appraisement of the es tate of Rudolph O. Stoll, deceased which was approved. The petition of the widow for exemption was ap proved, claims against the eeate for $344 were approved by the adminis tratrix and allowed by the court. The matter of the estate of Barbara Barelea de Apodaca, deceased, fol lowed. The petition of T. Gurula, agent of the heirs of said estate, praying that Frank Strong, adminis trator of the estate, be cited to ap pear before the court Juno 3, to give an account of his actions and make a report, was approved. The )at will ana testament of H. L, Llndemann, deoeased, was approved and the hearing was continued until the first Monday 4n June. The petition of Henrietta P. Myers, praying to be appointed nil nun intra trlx of the estate of Thomas F. Myers, i deceased, was approved. The claims against the estate of C B. Strother, deceased, were approved by the executor and allowed by the court. The claims against the estate of M Gargours. deceased, were approved by the administrator and allowed by the court. The report of F. H. .Strong, admin istrator of the estate of M. Gargour, was approved, after which the court adjourned until Monday, May 13. COMMITTEE CHECKS UP SATURDAY'S VOTE At a committee meeting of city of ficials at the oltice of Otto Dlekmann, on Gold avenue, this afternoon, the ballots cast in the city hall bond issue election held Saturday were being re viewed, and while at this time no definite statement can be made, the outlook is more promising than was at first surmised. It is not Improb able that the vote cast will be suf ficient to authorize the bond issue. The city books are being checked up to ascertain the exact number of property owners entitled to a vote. WENT TO SLEEP LAUGH ING NEVER TO Son of Los Padlllas Ranch owner Dies of Heart Dis ease During Night. (Ml Saturday night all was joy and happinness in the home of Vanoento 1'aililla, a prominent ranch owner living in I I'adilla, a small village north of old Albuquerque. On Sunday morning it was grief and sorrow, for death had entered during the night and tarried away the tender life of little Jose, seven years old. The boy slept by himself on a cot Slid went to bed apparently healthy and laughing. No sound hail come fioni hi.- iot during the night and great w.ts the surprise of the older sister when she found him cold In death on Sundav morning. The c,iue of death is given as heart disease. Miss I'adilla, who came to the city yesterday to mike arrangements for the fun. r i! which will be held from the hom- tomorrow, told the follow ing story to I'ndert.iker Adams in re yard to ti.e death: "Jose was playing Saturday even ing an l amusing mother and I. and i pparen'.ly iii good spirits. The next morning when l; did not come for breakfast. I went to call him. Turning bark the cover, I shook him. tie did not stir and bring surprised at the idoi- of his face and hlb body cold, called mother. One look at him and -lie si ri-i.med "He is dead." I'ndei taker Adams said this morn ing tli.it the Brief of the i'adilla fam ily was ( ::e of the moat pathetic scenes he ever saw. The sun was Vell liked by everyone and was a typical American boy, full of fun and fcpirit. I TO SHOW ITS HAND Haywood's Attorneys Petition Court for Bill of Particulars. T Koosevelt Says That He Will Not Stand for Miners Being Railroaded. Hoiso. Idnha. May fi. An applica tion for a bill of particulars was tiled by the counsel for the defense in the case of W. D. Haywood, of the West ern Federation of Miners, who on Thursday next, will be placed on trial here charged with the murder of for mer Governor Steuenberg. The case will come up for agrument today. The counsel on both rttfes admit that the application for the bill Is not likely to attect the case materially. Such a bill in a murder case is somewhat unusual, but the counsel for the prisoner express themselves that they should complete their record by such course. It is admitted by me prosecution that Haywood was not In the state in which the murder was committed. but claim that he conspired with the actual executor of the crime and is therefore guilty of murder. The purpose of application for a bill of particulars on the part of the defense is to force the state to show In advance of the commencement of the trial in what manner it expects to link Haywood with the murder. President Roosevelt's letter to the committee from the labor unions, re plying to a request for evidence as to his reason for calling Haywood. Moyer and Pettlbone "undesirable citizens" was published here today. In it the president urges that exact justice be done the men, saying "if they are innocent, they must go free He assures labor that he will inter fere if an attempt should be made to railroad the men to the scaffold. The letter aroused very little comment here. Just before opening court for hearing of the motion for a bill of particulars, Clarence Darrow, of the counsel for the detense, saiu to a cor respondent of the Associated Press: "Under the laws and constitution, Moyer, Haywood and Pettlbone are to be tried in court by a Jury of their peers. Forum is state court of Idaho Under these facts I do not see what there is for the president to do.. All we have a right to. or desire, is to ask either him or any other citizen AITORNEV CLARENCE DAItKOU to leave the courts and Jury to ad minister the law fairly and without prejudice and without influence from the outside. Both sides finished arguments on the application for a bill of partlcu lars by 12:30 this afternoon. Court then adjourned until 3 o'clock, when it da expected Judge Wood w ill hand down a decision. In his argument Darrow objected to the issuance of subpoenaes in blank. To this Senator Borah, for the atate, replied that this was necessary, be cause If the prosecution revealed the names of their witnesses they would not be able to get them to the court house. He said that wk'hin twenty-four hours two of their most Important witnesses from Colorado had disap peared, one entirely and the other re fusing to come to Idaho to testify. CEMENTED NUDE IN HIS COFFIN Niagara Falls. X. Y.. May 6. In accordance with Instructions in his last will and testament, the body of the late Judge Theodore Ii. Hulett was taken to an undertaker's and prepared for burial m the manner di rected. There the body was cemented In a coftin which had been constructed by the deceased several years ago. It was his wish that his remains, without any clothing, should be imbedded in cement and his instructions were car ried out. He did not want any portion of his body to come within three inches of the sides ends or bottom of the cof tin. and he told what procedure should be followed to bring this about. He gave instructions in hi- will us to the right u.lxtuie of sand and cement l lie lis lli1 stone niason to William c'ampliel mason. se.i!.-d the I of cement. The h 1. and he named the work, a well known dv in the cofrtii ly before being place. I iii the i i-tnent as thoroughly embalmed. Al'i-i four ridus of sand and cement had been spread on the bottom of the coftin the body was placed on it and tin- cement ua-i placed over the entile body. Before the rt-lllelit h id thoroughly hardened the mason Inscribed the fol lowing upon the surface "Theodore c;iaes liuiett. born June 13. 11 I at Williamsburg Mas.-. Iheil April 13. 1H07. at Xiagaiu Fails his body being enclosed in this stone by being cemented therein, in accord ance with the lasl will and testament of the deceassd, on Apiti 16, l!t7." ARE OUT ON STRIKE Tie-up of United Railways is Complete-More Money. Grievance. COMPANY ISSUES UL- TIMATUMJO EMPLOYES Men Who Want to Work Must be on Duly Tuesday Morning. Situation Serious. San Francisco. May 6. No oars will be run on tiie lines of the I'nlted Railroads today on account of a strike which began yesterday, but it Is said that by tomorrow an attempt i would be made to resume operations as the company Is preparing to start with strike-breakers and Is making arrangement to protect. feed and lodge these men. but It Is evident from the preparations being made that an attempt would be made to operate only on the main streets at first. The company refuses to arbitrate and has posted notices In all barns that all employes who do not report for duty Tuesday morning will be dis charged. Many of the leading saloons are In favor of closing all saloons during the continuance of the strike and a re quest may be made of the mayor to do so. The carmen are demanding 3T a cents an hour wages, and tne com pany refuses to pay more than 31. 3" and 33 cents an hour, to one. two and three ears men. DELEGATE ANDREWS CAPITOL Met by Reception Committee and Band -Escorted to Hotel by Citizens. - ADDRESSES OF WELCOME BY PROMINENT MEN ri tiiurffTHtui Special to The Eveninir Citizen. 4 Santa Fe, X. M.. May 6. When Delegate W. H. Andrews t stepped from the La my branch train at Santa Fe at 11:30 o'clock this morning lie was met by a reception committee of 4 three leading republicans of the Capital City and a whole station 4 full of citizens. The Santa Fe band was also out and helped 4 add to the giity of the occasion. 4 The delegate was escorted to his hotel by a long line oi citi- zens. preceded by the band. Addresses of welcome were 4 made by (luxernor J. W. Hiy- nolds. Coal Uil Inspector Eu- 4 4 genio Romero of Las Vegas and T. B. Catron, mayor of Santa 4 re Colonel George W. Pritchard 4 4 spoke on behalf of the people of Santa Fe. The Informal re- 4 4 ceptlou was enthusiastic. Dele- 4 4 gate Andrews responded in a most cordial manner and thank- 4 4 ed the people of the Capital City 4 4 for their welcome. It had been planned to give the delegate a formal reception 4 this evening to be followed by a 4 4 grand ball, but at his request, 4 4 tills plan was abandoned. lie 4 said that he was tired after the strenuous days of congress and 4 4 needed a rest. He was also con- 4 4 siderably fatigued by the trip to Santa Fe from Washington. 4 4 Delegate Andrews appears to be In the best of health and spirits 4 and says he feels good. iutf itiiitittti REACH LOS ANGELES The Albuquerque nnd X'ew Mexico party of Shrlners, members of Ballut Abyad temple, which left here about 1 o'clock Sunday morning on be lated train Xo. T. arrived in Los An geles about 10 o'clock this morning, according to a telegram. The local Shrlners will be taken to AvaliX.. Santa Catallna island, today, along with the members of other t.mples. Today is Venice Day at the beach. A reception and concert to fill vis iting Knights atid Ladies of Isis will be yiven tonight by Islam temple of Los Angeles, at the King Edward ho tel which is the headquarters of the Los Angeles temple. The opening session of the imperial council will be held tomorrow morn ing at the Scottish Kite cathedral. Tiie members of the Imperial council and the delegates wld be escorted there by the different Arab anl Be douin patrols. In tiie afternoon a banquet will be given 1:; honor of the Impet: i! coun cil, the dishes will be "A 11 i'-mel a Gilden .-s'-ite." After the banquet .n, ,-. urslon tram wili i..ke the ji! ,rs ' i beau tiful Pasadena. That niuht a gor ge jus par t ie w 111 be held, in w nidi ail wiio tike part must be garbed in costume making the d'tf.-re!,: colors o v. ii led that should i. Vi ,i, , T'nk see the toit.-ije. he uou'.i i i-.:.: wr.h envy. Wednesday tiie 1 u-i: e.-- ., tile Impel council Wl.l be I. el 1. I K. Il l EI Kil l I K IN mini: explosion t i i Johannesburg, Soutn Afiica M - b. An explosion occurred today at the Mod del founlein gold mine. Three whites anl fifteen natives were killed I ) i M H i f H T i DARKNESS WAS MTmW TTIi AN APPALLING m'4 DREAD p lmmM' l Stared Aghast at Fear of Drowning. Foul Air. Starvation. HAD THOUGHTS OF EATING EACH OTHER The Anxiety of Fathers. Mothers Sisters and Brothers Around Mouth of Death Trap. rierwind. Va.. May S. The seven miners entombed for five days and nights In the Hooded Berwlnd-Whlte coal mine, are now pronounced out of danger, at the hospital here, wher? they were rushed immediately after their rescue. Their condition is r much better that they ore allowed to partake of solid food. It will be weeks, however, before they fully recover from their terrifying experi ence. They tell a graphic story of the ac cident. The mine enters on a down ward slope for 3.000 feet, then slopes upward, forming a basin whose low est portion Is proibably 1,000 feet from the mine- mouth. When a miner tapped an old head ing filled with water. It required no consultation for the imperiled miners to know what had happened. The rush of water was between them and the mouth of the mine. All they could do was to grab their partly emptied dinner baskets and flee to ward the highest part of the upward slope. "The first hour vu full of sicken ing terror," said Mike Jtnvla, the tore, nvan. w im. wl'Ti t ak -k rv , h men to a safe plaice when the water broke in. "The murky water came up Inch by inch. One lamp showed our blanchd faces as we watched the upward creep of the flood. We knew if it came a few feet farther wo HOW THE RHKWIXD MINERS WERE IMPRISONED. The men w ere In I ho low er triunglo uIm-ii the water Ix-gan to pour In from the direction of thn Klutft. They ran away from the Inflow and took refuge high up In the blind tunnel marked X, would be drowned like caged rats. "Our first relief from the awful strain of the accident came when the water stopped rising. We shouted In glee w hen we were sure of it. The ghostlty sound of our voices cowed us into silence. "Xext came the fear of starvation. We put all the food in a common stoc k. The scantiness of the supply made us ravenously hungry. We could scarcely keep from devouring It all at once. It is true that the haunting fear of cannibalism was with us during the last forty-elg'.it hours. "uur most terrifying experience was when one said the air was be coming foul. In less than a minute all of us were affected. Our lungs were refusing to do their duty. We were choking. The sensation was horrible. Then a comrade spoke up. He said that as long as the lamp was burning so brightly there was no danger of us being suffocated. In stantly we begun to breath better. We soon determined that the air sup ply was safe. "One of the nio.t appalling dreads was that we should bo left in dark ness. We could meet death, If we only had a light, we said to each other. You can never know how in tensely we watched the one flickering lib'ht we kept burning. We tapped o-i the pipes frequently to let our friend- know we were alive. ' The sweetest sound we ever heard aji tin- i hug-chug when the pumps started, it seemed ages before the water began to go do.wi, but we felt "it re cur comrades would reach us. It seemed a terribly long time before the ti:st of the rescuers came, but we k' " they di I the best tnev could." THE Mlvi:s I IMI-. in t.oi.r in i:ci i. New York. May 4. The com mencement of the L'olf playing In Ei -gland in which the Misses Curtis, of Masai husetts. will participate. Is in Indication that other lady golf players will leave this country and pla golf with their Itrltish c iisliis. The presence of Miss Hal I let 'Curtis in the field lends an iiiiernuttonal flavor to the tournament on both sides of the Atlantic. MINES TELL OF ENTOIED HORRORS MIKMwi?T I'PV" vas TMI-' 114 II il i-aia. Aa lilt. UKAHTRENDIXO RIO GRANDE DIFFICUL TIES MAYBE ADJUSTED Uucle Sam's Agents Arrive In Denver-Arbitration Is Suggested. TWO CONFERENCES WERE HELD TODAY Denver, Colo., May 6. Martin A. Knapp, chairman of the Interstate cimmFrt!1 .coftmlanton, and Charlo P Neill, United States labor commis sioner, who arrived In Denver last evening, held conferences today with representatives of the Denver and Ulo Grande railroad and the Brother, hood of Hallway Trainmen and the Order of Hallway Conductors with a view to adjusting differences between the company and the two organiza tions of employes on the question of wages. They will first attempt to adjust the differences amicably, and If they fall In this, they will endeavor to se cure an agreement between Jjoth sides to arbitration and the Krilmaii law. REBELS ANNIHILATE TURKISH TROOPS SEVEN BATTALIONS ARE SAID TO II WE GONE DOWN IV TIIE AWEi L oxslait;ht. Iindon, May 6. It was announced this afternoon in a special from Con stantinople that seven battalions of Turkish troops had been practically annihilated during a battle with rebels In the province of Yemen, Turkish Arabia. The commander in chief of the Turkish forces is urgently calling for reinforcements. T STEIN NOT KILLED AT WILLOWS Austrian Nobleman-Surveyor of Unrequltted Love Is Alive In Oregon. t ) ) t ( 1 1 ( 1 1 ) i It iS t I Portland, Ore.. May 6. A special from Klamath Falls, iregon, states that Count otto Von Waldersteln, who was re ported killed at Willows, Cal a few days ago, la still alive and well at Klamath Falls, Oregon, w here he is employed on govern ment reclamation work. ' f 4V WORK HORSES SHOWN I1Y HUMANE DRIVERS Brooklyn, N. Y., May 6. There Is a unlijud parade today in Brooklyn borough under the auspices of the Brooklyn Eagle Humane club, con ducted by Aunt Jean. A large num ber of work horses are shown by the humane drivers in a procession along the streets of this borough. As this is the first work-horse parade In con nection with humane work In this vi cinity, it has created a very lively in terest among those interested in the wink of the prevention of cruelty to animals. In this parade many of the drivers are members of Aunt Jean's Humane club. The route is along Iifayette avenue, and a reviewing stand has been erected. Gold, silver and bronze medals will ho distributed as prizes to the drivers of horses showing the best care, as well as the most humane treatment in driving, the history of each horse being taken into consideration. Among the judges are the ofllcers of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and well known horsemen of long and wide experience in the care of hordes. TIIK MOITII OF THE BERWIXD !SXS.AK, CHILDREN OF Till: lllKlED MINERS. -PAPAt CRY IIHAJtD SCORES OV TIMES. SANTA EE TRAIN NO. 1 IN DITCH IN I Fire Started by Stove Burns Two Coaches-Ten Per- sons Injured. TWELVE OTHERS ARE BADLY BURNED Kansas City, May 6. Santa Fe pas senger train Xo. I, which loft Chicago ailO o crock iat night; for Califor nia, was derailed this morning at Xorborne, Mo., fifty-five miles north east of Kansus City. The engine and four cars, including the chair car, went into the ditch. Ten persons were injured severely enough to need the services of a phy sician. Twelve others were badly bruised. The stove in the first coach set fire to the car and two coaches were burned. BIG STRIKES RECORDED $105 Ore Encountered in Old Cooney MIne -Deadwood Claims Show Pay Ore. Silver City, X. M., May . Infor mation reached the city in a personal letter received last night saying that a big strike was made Tuesday In th? Cooney mine, by the Mogollon Gold & Copper company. The strike was made in the new shaft, which Is a continuation of the old haft, at a depth of between 600 and TOO feet, when a body of gold and sliver ore assaying $105 was encountered. An Interesting feature of the strike is the sudden alteration in the character of the ore, which has changed from a copper bearing bornite to gold and silver values, with hardly a trace of copper. From all reports the strike la one of the richest made in the dis trict, and If reports be true, will make the Mogollon Gold & Copper com pany a bonanza corporation. Another rich strike was made by Manager Earl Cleveland on the Dead- ! wood claim, adjoining the famous l Iist chance. At a depth of between 300 to 400 feet, an eight foot body of -high grade gold and silver ore was i struck and as it Is of the same char acter as the Last Chance, It Is believ ed to be a continuation of the great ore body in that property. Dan Hechtol, an old time prospec tor and miner of Mogollon, is also reported to have struck two feet of good ore on his property near the old Cooney ranch. WAR CLOUD HOVERS OVER GUATEMALA Washington. May 0. The state de partment has received Information that diplomatic relation between Mexico and Guatemala have been terminated and that the outcome Is awaited with apprehension. NINE-HOI R DY FOR EMPLOYES OF SHIPPING HOI ES Glouchester. ' Mass., M iy . '1 ne employes In all the various fish ship ping houses of the city ale in high glee today, as the concession won from the employers of nine hours as a day's work by the men, goes Into effect today. All the men employed on the wharves and In the lofts pre sented a petition n-vii.il weeks ago, and the employers consented to make nine hours a day's work, and the matter comes to a happy conclusion today. The bosses seem to feel better alau, The fish cutters and other em ployed on piece work, are not af fected by the change. THIRTEEN RUSSIAN TER RORISTS ESCAPE Enter Chapel While Mass Is Being Said. Kill Inspec tor and Explode Bombs. WORK OF UNLUCKY 13 ON EASTER MORNING St. Petersburg. May 6. A plot, w hich resulted Ui th-. libers tion of thirteen, political . nrlsojtur.-c w dac- . Ingly executed at Alexandrovlk, near Yekaterlnoslav, yesterday - during Easter services at the prison. While high mass was being cele brated In the pi son chapel a uand of revolutionists entered the building, killed the chief inspector and ex ploded two bombs. Under cover of the confusion whlcn followed thirteen political prisoners. Including several Important terrorists escaped. The Easter holidays other wise passed quietly. Tl REIICI'LOSIS FOES HOLD A VIGOROl'S MEETING Washington. May 6. The foes of tuberculosis have come together In a great gathering to push the work of, protecting the public from the rav ages of the dread disease. This Is tha annual meeting of the .National asso ciation for the study and prevention of tuberculosis, and it was held at the Xew Wlllard hotel. The general meeting of the association was open ed this morning by an address by the president. Dr. Herman M. Brlggs. chief medical officer of the X'ew York Health department. Dr. Lawrence F. Flick, of Philadelphia, made a re port on the progress of the arrange ments for the international congress on tuberculosis, to be held here in the autumn of 19a'. Preliminary busi ness of the association will follow with some meetings of sections. Tomorrow- President Roosevelt, who Is an honorary vice president, will give reception at the white house receiv ing also the congress of American Physicians ami Surgeons, which meets ut the same time. ELEVEN OF BLACK HAND' SOCIETY CET TWOJEARS Defendants Were Found Guil ty of Wrecking House of Italian Razza. 4 t - V VI i kei ban e. May o A seai- 4 ed erdict of i-i y i:: tne Wllkesbai re. Mav i A seal- ed verdict in the "t ,ck hand'' case was opened in court here this morning. Eleven of the de- fendants were f ined guilty as Indicted and two were acquitted. 4 The principal cliaiga ugalnst 41 the defendants w J tiie blowing up of the home of an Italian by tiie name of Pa..a who was 4 made a v':i-ti!; b- ,;.-e be re- fused to give them money with which to aid the "nl nk 'hand ' society. 4 Tile cur' lei:.- i a penalty of two ears ini pri-or m"'..-. upon 4 e.M-l- of tt'e defee.i i kciiliii'U) I i Miller- Validation. Louisville Kv , M IV , The lust meeting of the Kent,., ky lls:illers' I'ure Food association : being held at the Gal: house tod in Almmst every distiller la Kentucky U present and actively PUeres'e-l v. 'lie i;itlier This is i..il.v Dav. when every ill-liller makes a pil"l t lie ill the town, and tiie lirsi i all for the meet lug was postponed . or l -r Ii acco modate the clistilleis. I M I. VltI N in: u FROM ItiOOlt hllMIMM; Mount Pleasn . Iowa, May , John Wuti.ui i Isn MayLareni, died tier today of blood poison- lug, following tor.snilis. a 4