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TRAIN ARRIVALS BUQUERQU No. I 7-45 p. V No 4 5-SO P- Denrer, Colo., March IQ-lecal snow north ptrtlon to Ight and Tbu siaj; gentr lily fair and colder sonth portion. No. 7 10.55 p. no. No. 8 6.40 p. m. No. 9 1 1.45 p. m. "WK GET THE NEWS FIRST ALHUQUEKQDE. NEW MEXICO. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 10. 109. NUMBER 40 VOLUME 21. STORM TODAY WORST IN NEW MEXICO FOR MANY YEARS EFF DAVIS' NAME GOES BACK ON wi 'cTJtMr"rnM'C' a rf ictat tpt rrjTrr r? THE ATTORNEY GENERAL CURRY WANTS CHARGES INVESTIGATED BY FAITHFUL TO HER GIPSY LOVER COUNTESS VILMA'S ROMANCE ENDS FLAYS ATTORNEYS I A CITE X x m m m a Asks Territorial Legislature to P.jss Resolution to bo Sent to Congress. urges conn FORJONSERVATION The Governor Sends Two Ales- sages to the Legislature Con cerning Important iMa iters to All. Sauia Fe. N. M.. March 10.-.-rnnv Currv sent two special -(( mes- saB,,s to the legislators thin afternoon. OIle urged th.- creation by this as sembly of a territorial conservation ,i.i,.n and tho other the pas- ...... ,,r 11 in nt resoiution auureiwu - - - .,ii.t In. to Congress, demanuing me i'"".. y 'ligation or airairs in by a special committee from the Sen rie and House. I tie House passed a bill abolish ing and recreating the county of Sierra, changing the county seat from HilMioro to Cutter and enlarging the l.i ..n.i.HoM nf Sierra county. Among tim hills Introduced wan one to ricrenti the county of Torrance and chn. ging the county seat from Estan cia to Willard. Also a bill to cre ate the county of Lee, with Artesla as the county seat out of parts of Chavez and Eddy counties. The governor did not get out to day, being still confined to his bed. He is not expected to be at the ex ecutive otHce for several days yet. Vhe Council was late In convening this afttrtioon. the steering commit tee l.e.r busy arranging the calen dar. CoiimtHlo Harmony lYevails. Yesterdav afternoon,' with both the i'..,inrij and tin- Houss working In complete harmony, the legislature be ran to do things In the way of the passage of bills, and before either a.u.nirnsH for the dav a number of tills had either been passed or placed uuon their passage. The House opened Its sessions by organizing a steering committee, com posed of Messrs. Roberts, Blattman, Tipton, Martinez and Brlce. This aterlnir committee was provided for in a Joint resolution which, was adopt ed under suspension of the rules, only Baca, M. Chaves, Mirabal, Sanchez and Walters voting against it. A re cess of an hour was then taken for the steering committee to report on bills referred to it for consideration When the Council convened a num ber of local option petitions were pre sented, also a petition from the citi ?,ens of Koosevelt county asking to be annexed to the new county of Curry and one asking that the local option herd law be extended so as to in elude Union county. The objection ahU "iurv bill" was reported by the committee on Judiciary recommend ing its past-age as amended, but Han ley entered a protest and the bill went over until today. The commit tee on education reported a substitute tor Council bill 109, being in the shape of an omnibus bill. Following is the business of tho two Houses in detail at yesterday afternoon's sessions: In Um' OoiinciJ. After numerous petitions had been presented and referred and reports made by committees, the following new bills were introduced: Council bill 1AI, by Spies, annex ing certain territory lo the county of Curry; Council bill No. 1S2. by Cat ron, to amend the law relating to the selection of Jurors, being a new Jury law ; Council bill No. 133. by Catron, an act permitting certain persons to bring suit against the territory to sat isfy claims; this bill was passed un der suspension of the rules. The following bills were passed: Council bill No. 46, by I'rince, an act to punish the making of false statements with reference to mines; Council bill No. 10D. by Callegos, al lowing county commissioners to sell public buildings. The committee on education made an extended report on the Spanish and Mexican archives now in the hands of the federal government at Wash'iigton, showing that as long as New Mexico was a territory, it was powerless to secure the return of these historic documents. lit tlui Hou--. The House acting upon of the steering committee, the report passed the following bills: House bill No. IS. by Walters, giv ing five days additional good time allowance to prisoners working out side prison walls and fixing thirty dnvs as the maximum time convicts must serve where fine and costs are j imposed; House bill No. 130. by Pa- cheeo, amending the school laws; House bill No, 40, by Stackhouse, re quiring 'the territorial engineer to as- l Continued on Page Four.) f , V A 'J'-Ni it " "ill jllj 11 1 . ' - , 'I44 &r rH i , NIT ;-vlrB THE CONTBSS VILMA FESTETICS AN DIU'lM-LPH NYAR1, KY HUSBAND. Kudapest, Hungary. March 10. j Counte--? 1 The nrettv romance of tne Vilma Festetics. which shocked while it charmed all Europe is over. The countess, talented, rich, young. possessing remarkable oeauty in a nation of beautiful women, mignt have picked a husband from all tne world. She passed them all by, and, heedless of wealth or future sociui position, chose for her nusnanu u humble gipsy violinist. Now the romance Is enaea, not i the sordid, unpleasant manner, in tne divorce court, but as all true love af fairs should terminate Countess vn- ma died in the arms of her gipsy lov- er. whose adoration could not iiohi her from this last Jealous foe. The romance of the countess and Rudolph Nyari. which began In isub, shook Ofnctal and aristocratic circles all over Kurope. The girl, daughter BET AIR AND FOOD THROUGH SMALL PIPt! Two Men Are HiHomboil In a Mine In t'tato and lUcue lirty Works Frantically to Aid Tliem. Salt Lake, Utah. March 10. Two brothers, Jerry and George Peterson, have been entombed since 4 o'tlock Monday afternoon in a narrow space behind tons of earth, their lives de pendent upon a two-Inch pipe until the frantic efforts of three score will ing workers can clear away the bar rier. With but little nourishment for more than twenty-four hours, and lacking fresh air, these men are prin cipals In a scene of tragic intensity now being enacted In a little mine high up on the mountain sun-, six miles east of Murray. Karly thie morning the rescuing party was within two feet of the im prisoned men when another cave-injS occurred, placing six feet more or earth between them. Just before th last cave-ln the rescuers talked to the prisoners. One of their number is desperately ill and may die if aid does not reach him soon. The nu n are standing in two feet of water. When the cave-in started. Jerry Pet ersen, seeing the danger, hastl'y threw a length of iron pipe along the floor of the tunnel ahead of him. This pipe i now being used to give the men fresh air by means ol nei lows and milk by attaching a ruober tube. ETHEL RARRYMORE WILL BE MARRIED SUNDAY Tim Adrcss to Wed Son of Colonel Coll and Will Continue on the Stage. New York, March 10 Barrymore, the actress, . Miss Kthel will oe mar to Russell lied at Boston Sunday (Iriswold Colt, elder win uel Pomeroy Colt of of Col. Sam providence, president of the United States Rubber company, and Industrial Truwt Co. of Providence. Russell Colt is 26 years old and has been attentive to Miss Barrymore since last August. It Is said Miss Barrymore will continue her work on the stage after her marriage until next summer, when she ami Mr. t.'olt will go to Kurope. WHIP W.KO T DKATII. Seeuin, Texas, March 10. Judge Perreii, u ho has been Investigating the death of Donald Hill, a negro convict, today held Wiley Caldwell and Henry Dietehman on the charge of causing the negro death by whlp- I ping him. Judge Perren acciarea I that Pink Rosebud sal on me negro head while the other two whipped him. HER GlP- of Count Steven Festetics, one had of the grown richest men in Hungary, to womanhood and was betrothed to Count Stephen Sprettl. Hut when, one night, she accompa nied her parents and fiance to a Munich concert and saw Rudolph Nyarl, the orchestra leader, his slen der, lithe figure, imperious manner and flashing eye captivated the girl, who leaned over the parapet of her box. drinking In the exquisite music. And Nyari's heurt took fire at the warm glances from her dark eyes. That was the beginning. And when opposition could not be overcome, the countess fled and Joined her lover. The girl was followed and 'brought back and forced to consent to a mar riage with Count Spretl. Four days before the date set. she again fle-1, n nil being of lawful age, wa jnarrd to lief gipy lover. i TRY BROOKLYN MAN ON ASIRQCIOUS CHARGE !je J Is Acxiin-d or Having III Treated An Kleven Year Old Girl and May lie HuugtHl. Tow son. Mil., March 'cuit court of Baltimore j look up the case of Jos 10. The clr c ounty today M. Janes, re- I moved for trial from Haltimore. Ja- ner. whose home is at Brooklyn, is chained Willi having atrociously ill treated little Catherine Loerch, 1!- ear-old daughter of his friend, Er- nest Loerch of lirooklyn. It is charg- eo that Jailer brought Ihi. ehllil from In r home at Brooklyn and with her spent part of the tirst night in Bal timore in a disreputable house and that between his arrival and arrest he tiequeiitl.v assaulted her. Should he-be convicted the court may at its discretion sentence him to prison for months to 21 years or imprison- inient for liTe, or be hanged, exercis ing his right of choice in the matter. .Inner has elected to be tried before two Judges instead of a jury. TAFl'S LIPS KISSED SIGNIFICANT PARAGRAPH Washington March 10 Through .l ino s II M i K t n in y tin supreme court States it is learned Taft's lips fell upon pass.'ige in the Bible inn il'.e alit i.f of!. M-teian clerk of of the United that President a very significant when after tak- -i he kl.-H-.l lilt Sli'lr-l ereiulv lips to volume. When Mr. Taft rev leiiinri hit and touched his li.e opt ii hook the fill upon the the thy third point chapter of Finrt Kings, ut beginning: "liive therefore rvant an understanding heart to judge thy people, that I may dis cern bet ween good and bad. for w ho is abb- to judge this thy so great peo ple.'' This was the prayer of Solo mon at the beginning of his reign, and the passage closes with the state ment that the prayer was answered because of its unselfinh character. .IPA I'.l II.DS WAICMIIPS. i w Yotk. March 10. A letter , from Tokio says: Speaking in the na I val section of the budget committee, - Baron Saito made the following in tending statement as to the actual 'condition and prospects of the navy: I Ships now on the active list- Bat tleships 13, armored cruisers 12. oth er cruisers 43. destroyers 5, torpedo craft ; total, IKS. Ships in course of eonsti u- tion Ibu kl, armored cruiser 110S; Kurama, armored cruiser, mil; Tone, dispatch boat, 109; Aki. battleship, 1 1 1 ; Kat uma, battleship 11(09; ships project ed, battleships 2, armored cruisers 3, I second class cruisers 1, submarines . High Wind With Lower Ternp erature and Snow Pre vails Over Terri tory. MUCH DAMAGE DONE 10 ROOES AND WINDOWS Eighteen Yers Ago. According to Old Resident. We Had Another Storm as Bad as This One. The worst storm In . eighteen years," is the way a pioneer express ed himself this morning In speaking j of the blizzard which swept over ! central New Mexico from east to j widt last night filling the air with dust and gnow, causing great damage to property and suffering to human ' ity and livestock. The storm began yesterday at sun down with a slight lowering of tern. perature and a rising of the wind. The latter rose to a gale by midnight, and accompanied by fine snow, raged all night. It was twenty above at day break, with the wind still at a hig'i velocity. There was little change by ' noon, with no Indication of abate ment. Judging from reports received over 'the Postal wires thl morning from ' New Mexico points, Kl Paso, Texas, and Trinidad, Colo., , Central New- Mexico Is the storm cttnter. Train No, 2 from the west waa only fifteen min I utes late this morning. No. 3 from the east was a little late, and the night trains are reported late as a result of the storm. i The following brief dispatches wei received at 7:30 o'clock tni morning by The Cltlren: I HouthM. ' ' I Kl Paso Clear tuAl windy an. ' pretty' cold. I l.as Cruces Windy and cold, and I slightly cloudy. Socorro (Windy and . cold an snowing bard. ' Wt-Ht. Gallup Heavy snow, and no Williams, Ariz. (Light snow, southwest wind. Flagstaff Ariz. Snowing, no wind ligh wind North. Los Cerrillos Heavy win cold; no snow. Olorieta Ten iinhi snow, east wind. J.as Vega Snowing since 3 no wind Springer Cloudy, light snow and light m Trinidad, Colo. Dark and cloudy threatening snow. Santa Fe Cold and cloudy, snow. Propttfl y JiOswh. j 'u - expei'ieneeu .liuuijut'iqur ninerr ia years, ago when a similar storm last ed four days, wrecking many smalt buildings. Old timers will remember that a tower over the town tire house located where the St. Flmti now stands, was bloun down. The volun teer liremen, who slept ill the build ing during the four days of the storm in constant fear of a lire, narrowly escaped Injury from flying debris. The houses were mostly frame then. -Dr. Shortie s new sanitarium on the , Highlands, which was almost ready to be turned over by the contractors j to the ow ner, w a greatly damaged. ,The wind got under the eves and lift ed the roof, almost completely wrecking it Tin bulling was other wise severely damaged. ', Some of the temporary work on the federal building was blown down. on account of the great quantity of dust, which red the street car tracks, the street ears were run this morning with great difficulty. In some pi s the track was completely covered with dirt, which had lo be re move before toe cars could pass. A large number oT large wind w ere broken and aw nlngn were gr iy damaged. The big electric sign in front iws or a n the White Kici'li.i lit saloon was un down. An arc light at the corner of Cell tral iienu . I 'll ked ),y ill K Wole ' Twelfth street wa--. ind until its fusteii Tcipilating it to the tie d'l. street. i The till ro at the Santa jlllld rolled III The frame I building Un building in t the city was I Several lei ' l)'di s W ere h ,: on the pattern shop I'.- shops was curled up I into the yard work of the new office Texas nil company is ii- southern outskirts of blown down. i-uraph and telephone wn down and all coni- munication in i;' IA parti.il! c South High -tv : Mu.n T, was pit k and turned over, I The front of atly damaged, rn pi' ted lniu-i- on el. owned by M r win ! tw m d up by tie- the Velldome hot -1 building on South First street was , badly cracked 'hat braces had to be uned to keep it from fulling. Til tire front sprung away from the en-on- necting walls. The tin roof of a house on West Central avenie- west of Huning's ci-- ,-sr THE BRIDGK AND Washington, 1 D. C, March 10. Plans for the restoration of Jefferson Davis' name ,to the plate on Cabin John bridge, as ordered by President Roosevelt, have already been made. Jeff Davis' name originally appear ed on the stone, having been placed there Just previous to the Civil war, before the bridge was completed. At the outbreak of the war whn feeling ran high, the name disappeared be tween two days. By some It was said that the cutting was done with out official knowledge or sanction. Another circumstantial story has it that the order was given by Caleb R. Smith, then (secretary of the in terior. For 4 7 years the blank space upon the stone, showing clearly where th name once was, has spoken eloquently STANDARD OIL COMPANY FROM Judge Anderson Decides That and Government's Contention In FamousCase Is' De clared no GoodOnly Two the Company. Chicago, March 10. Judge Ander son, before whom the case of the government against the Standard Oil company Is being heard, today de cided to Instruct the Jury to find the defendant company not guilty. This decision wan announced at the close of a long argument by Assist ant District Attorney Wllkerson. and the Jury was Immediately summoned and instructed to return a verdict of FORTY-TWO PEOPLE DEAD IN ARXANSAS Tornado ill Southern Stale reeked Many Home and Caused lUg Death Roll. lsrinklcy. Ark., March 10. Twenty-nine persons dead and seventy In jured is the casualty list us the re sult of the tornado Monday night, (inventor Donaghey, who arrived here yesterday, has declared martial law and placed the situation in the hands of the tilierirf. One hundred convicts in the state penitentiary have been ordered hero to usslst In the work. The storm which wrought such havoc here apparently entered the .state from the southwest and swept over eleven counties to the northeast. Belated reports from, small towns tell of death and Injury to many tililtee ty-six die. persons. ouUdde of BrlnKley n persons were killed and for injured, several of whom may MISSOURI ASKS HKi HON D. Jefferson City, March 10. An ap peal bond of 100,000 will be the ba sic on which a writ of error for ap peal to the supreme court of the United- States will be granted the Standard Oil company of Indiana and the Republic oil company of ' "bio, uLCoriliiig to the action taken by the Missouri supreme court to day. The appeal acts as a stay of execution !n the Judgment announced by the court yesterday by which the ouster decrees against the companies are allirined. Both the Indiana and Ohio companies will have the right to continue business In the state pending a decision by the federal ! tribunal. i tlc. owned by H. B. Fengusson, was nicked un and thrown upside down j into the next yard,, Several windows were olown out of i the court house. . A limb ten inches thick snapped otl I he body of one of the large cotton wood trees In the 400 block. South Second utrct-t. and fell across the sidewalk between two small houses numbered 40 and 411. A few feet to the north or a few feet to the south, it would have crushed a house. 7 THE TABLET. or Davis' desertion of the Union to become the president of the Confed eracy. For many years the south has tried to have the name restored Congress was led to the point of ac tion at one time, but did not take the final stepv By some It was held a sarcasm that tho name of Davis should appear upon a brloge which Is also officially called "Union Arch" la truest to Its name when It Is the means of break ing down the old lines between the north and south. - The bridge upon which Jeff Davis' name will ' be restored Is one of the largest single masonry arches In the world, being 4 50 feet long and 100 feet high. At the top Is a roadway under which In a conduit carrying the water supply of Washington. FREED CHARGE OF Charges Should bo Dismissed Indictments Remain Against not guilty. This means that all but two of the indictments against the Standard Oil company of Indiana are void and win oe aoanaonen Dy the govern ment. This is the ease In wh!ch the famous line of $29,240,000 was Im posed by Judge Jjmdls, The basis was the charge that the company ac cepted concessions from, railroads for shipments of oil. PRIEST SHOT DOWN BY THREE ASSASSINS llicy Wailed in IUh IHrlor I'ntll tie Came and 'Mien 0M-ned I Mm on lllin. Newark, N. J., March 10. Rev- Father Krasln Anslon, rector of the Polish church ot St. Stanlslius, was shot and almost instantly killed by three masked men in his rectory early today. Miss Atitonlu Sewrzyt ska, the housekeeper, who attempted to prevent the assassination, was slightly wounded. Three men, un I known to the servants, called at the rectory and were admitted to the pur- lor while the rector was celebrating mass In the church. As tho rector entered the parlor the men opened fire on him. One bullet penetrated his breast near the heart, two others lodged in his abdomen. He died in an ambulance on his way to the hos pital. The other priests, hearing tin shots, rushed toward the parlor whereupon the assassins fled. Four suspects were arrested, but the house keeper was unable to Identify them As there has been disputes among church leaders over its affairs. the shooting was at first believed to I an outcome of this. JOHNSON REQUESTS JEFFRIES TO FIGHT Two liamiloiiM May Oct Togeilier on an Agreement. Though ,lel)rie I Ills Made No Sign Ye . New York, March 10. James J. ,'i fries today received an Invitation from Jack Johnson to meet him in the ollice of Johnson's attorney in this city, to arrange a tight. Jeffries viiulii not comment on the note. It was handed him as he appeared in a magistrate's court to answer to the charge of violating the penal code by sparring three exhibition rounds in u theatrical performance last night. The charge was dismissed as a re sult of the contention of Jeffries' at torney that sparring was a part of the theatrical sketch. Declares They Misrepresent ed Facts to Jury and . Intimates They Lied. RIDICULES AliP! . AT UNWRITTEN LAW Cooper Had Absolutely No Justi fication for Killing Carmack or tor Desiring to Kill Him. Nashville, March 10. Attorney General Garner began his argument for the state In the Cooper-Sharps trial for the murder of Senator Car mack when court convened thl morning and he declared that it waa a "monstrous and cruel misrepresen tation" on the part of General Meeks for the defense to say that Senator Carmack called Colonel Cooper a dive keeper and that in doing so be had falsified the court record. Turn ing to counsel for the defense he said: "If you gentlemen of the defense have not enougn evidence to bring; a verlct of acquittal, then do not be detected n the act of falsifying and deceiving the Jury." He said that no matter what Car mack said on the stump or wrote In the Tennesseean, there waa no Justi fication for the murder. He ridiculed General Meeks as a' lawyer for at tempting to apply tho "tinwrJjtten law." 'If their argument is good," bo continued, "what In the name of G6J could be the punishment meted out to John Sharpe and Robin Cooper for their vile epithets to Henator ' Car mack?" General Garner said that all the evidence pointed to the fact that Col. Cooper waa the only one In a homici dal mood on the day of the shooting and that even hi -own non -went ii) the atreet in search of him. He call-.. ed attention to the discrepancy in-the testimony of the three defendants, the two Coopers wetiring that Car mack drew his revolver first and Sharpe testifying to . the effect titat Robin Cooper pulled his gun first. "But If Senator Carmack drew his gun first," he saio. "wny din ne not shoot? Wliat does a man draw a gun for except to nhoot'.' They would have you believe that Carmack waited until Robin, who says he was para lyzed for a moment. Jumped between armack and his father." Referring to the testimony of Mrs. F.astman, the attorney general said: 'They say she lied. Hell Instigated no blacker calumny, ah tne people lie who oppose them." KINi KIVAUt NOT IIiU Biarritz, March 10. Col. Jrilr Ar thur Davidson, equerry to King Ed ward, this evening announced an ab solute denial of the statement pub lished In the 1'nlted States that his majesty was seriously 111. He said the king had taken a long walk this morning and spent the afternoon driving a motor car. ROOSKVEIT TO SKW YORK. Oyster Bay, March 10. Accom panied by his son, Kermit, ex Presi dent Roosevelt today paid his first visit to New York city since return ing to Washington. LORD STIRLING GEIS DIVORCE AND CHILD Sclcli vorcc Judge .lcs IKvL-lou In Di Cae In Whloii Sensational Charges art Made. Kdiuburgh. March 10. The sena tiomil Stirling cross divorce suits were decided today by lxird Guthrie who granted the husband's petition, awarded him the custody of the child and denied the cross ptlllon of Mr. Stirling John Alexander Stilling, Laird of Kippondnire was married three years ago to Clara Klizabeth Taylor, an American show girl who came from New Jersey. U&sl fall i rons suits for divorce were tiled, Mrs. Strlllng naming Mrs. Atlu-rton and Stirling naming Lord Northland as correspondents. In giving judgment. Lord Guthrie said the case had no legal interest and that it should not have any pub lic intertst. The most of the evidence has been taken up with petty ques tions of sclllsh and idle lives wh'Ch contained little or nothing romanti'' and little that was even mock heroic. Stirling, lie said, in meeting Mra. Ath- rton, welcomed an introduction h? -hould have shunned. Lord Guthrl; discredited the idea of a plot to get lid of Mrs. Stirling by forcing her to a guilty affection for Northland bu: thought her letters to Northland were indicative of guilty relations. North lands counsel immediately gave ne : e of appeal.