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TRAIN ARRIVALS No. I- .. tS p. m. No . o p. m. No. VV ' p. m. No-V vC- m' No. 9 i. V A m. WUA1HEK FORIXASY Dearer, Cofo., April 26-Fiir tonight and Tuesday. WE GKT THE NEWS FIRST VOLUME 1 ALBUQUERQUE. NEW MEXICO. MOM DAY. APUIL i!G. 1909. NUMIJEK 89 ALBUQUE ABDUL HA1B MAY RETURN 10 THE THRONE IN TURKEY Young Turks Are Willing That He Shall Reign if He Will Abate the Walls of His Palace and Do Away With His Multitudious Guard and Give the Government $250,000,000 in Cash Scenes at Niagara Where Ice Blocked River THK ICE UlVF.l: CLIMBED TUB BANKS, COVERED THE !,. STAIRS CP THK HILL, AXI CARRIED AWAY PART OK THU C iRNELL- HOTEL. AT LEW ISToX ON TOP OF THE BLUFF. SULTAN SAID 10 BE KILLING TO AGREE TO ANY OLD THING TO GET BACK ON 1H1"E Conditions In Constantinople Assuming Their Normal As pect but It Is Feared That Fresh Outbreaks Will Occur When It Becomes Fubllcally Known ThrtTRTSmrffn May be Returned Major of imperial Guard Confesses That He Was Paid 56.500 to Act Wlih Conspirators. Cotieiantinople, April 26.- is 11 ii i ft this morning anil gradually iis-tutiiiiis Its norma! aspect. The dec laration of martial law unci tin fact that the constitutionalists are in con trol promise for the maintenance of order. The question of what shall be done with the sultan probably will be de termined by parliament. Schefket the commander of the constitutional army, is the man of the hour. Leading civil member.-) of the com mittee, of union and progress desire him to be grand vizier in succession to Tewfik Pasha, and he has pen as sured that a majority of the parlia ment will gladly wupport the ministry under his leadership in succession of the Tewfik ministry, which resigned today. In reply to these proposals, .Schef ket said the off ' r carried such eplen- did opportunities ,to assist tho .politics n the country! He would not have refused them under any other circum stances, but cculd not accept thvm while still luadi y of the army. Schefket Is "l Arab but lived elev en years In Europe anil received mili tary training in Germany. The court martial today sentenced five men to death and they will b-J shot this afternoon. The major of guard at the Imperial palace has con fessed that he was paid $6,500 to act with the conspirators. Feeling among the nu mbers of Parliament against the sultun remain ing on the throne is strong. Moham med Reschad Kfi'endi, brother of the sultan, is the favorite candidate for succession to the throne. The Par liamentary leaders have decided to act as there has been no Interruption in the parliamentary system. There will be a public session of parliament this ufternoon in the Palace of Jus tice. Tlo Constantinople, correspondent at Lokal Anziger, In a dispatch to Reiiin says ha learns that the sultan ol Turkey will "be. allowed to remain on the throne on the condition lie gives a guarantee again.--t the return to absolutism. These conditions are: Walls of Yildiz palace must be razed, also barracks at palace quartering 1,000 men under command of sultan must 'oe razed; palace guard in fu ture to be 100 men from different regiments-changed daily to prevent bribery, iiultan must pay expenses of Salonlki expedition from his own purse and out of his private fortune largely invested abroad he mut give the nation $250,000,000 for the finan cial regeneration of the country. The sultan. It Is understood, is will ing to accept any terms to secure peace and his restoration to the throne Tim menlile. however. are not a unit on the proposal that have 'aeen made. It Is believed that a fresh outbreak of hostilities will result when it becomes publically known that Abdul Hamid is to again occupy the palace. Since the successes of the Young Turke, many factions previous ly afraid to utter their sentiments, have come out In open opposition to the old regime. The result of the pro posals to the sultan Is awaited with growing interest. The proposition to bring $250,000,000 back Into Turkey. It is believed, will go a long way in pacifying the populace. PROHIBITION SUBJECT OFJNY DEBATES Mayor Row of Milwaukee Proposes tu ml4 IcdiT of Irya on Plat form on lUinilng Question. The city i TT--I - March resulted in some sharp attacks n Milwaukee by the prohibitionist speaker, and as Mayor Rose Is an ar dent defender of the Milwaukee sit uation, it is probable that the fur will fly in earnest at the coming de bate. Tile question will be the same as debuted ft Milwaukee: "Resolved, that prohibition as applied to the manufacture, sale uud use of Intoxi cating liquor is right," but there will be a slight change in the speaking ar rangement. Dr. Dickie will lead for an hour, Mayor Hose will follow- for un hour, Dr. Dickie will have half an hour for rebuttal and Mayor Rose will close with the same time for re buttal. The seating arrangement will be the same as during the Milwaukee i debate. The two speakers w ill pay j the cost of the debate, each will bo allotted 100 tickets, and the entire balance or the seating capacity of i Orchestra hall will be turned over to I various Chicago business and com- , merclal organizations, in proportion ' Ui their registered membership. I At Milwaukee there were nearly ti.000 persons In attendance, and the 1 Chicago debate promises to attract even greater attention. These de- ' bates have been compared to the j historic debates on slavery between ; Abraham Lincoln and Stephen A. j Douglass, Inasmuch as they are be tween the accredited national reprc- j sentatives of the wets and drys of the ' entire country. STAHBF.D SWKimiKAUT WHO WOULDN'T KLOI'i:. Toluca. Mexico, April 26. Furious because Modesta Fuentes would not elope with him without a marriage certificate, Pedro Secundino stabbed the girl to death and wrote a note saying that he would do the same to his pursuers, lie pinned the note on the girl's body with a dagger. He wns soon captured and imprisoned. The girl was stabbed six-two times. 3 : CHICAGO ES SAID BE INFESTED BY "VICE TRUST" TO SCOTTISH RITE MASONS Aldermen, a Police Official and Two Dlvo Keepers Stockholders of Company. INMATES WELLED 1 1 V F. 1 ! N M E NT KNUNEKRS PREPAltINC, TO DYNAMITE PAS-SACJE THROCC.H ICE JAM I'.KI.OW LKVVISTON.. ONTARIO NAV1UATION COMPANY CEMENT PIER IS IlLRIED 1'XUKIl THEIR FEET, WREi KAOi; OK WAREllt U SE SHOWN NEAR MEN. OVERNOR COIiPlElES WOhlAN SOLDIER C0NSERVA1I0N BOARD! DYING IN IIOSPITAi T. R. AND Mil ARE LAYING IN Memlx-t x l Oruiuilie Soon. Klecl Sec-' n-tai' and I'ri pare li'i- ! Wtirk. i loiirut-y Mrn. of at. Too .Much for Tliem Kooscvflt j!lvt-H I'p Plan Joining; Husband on ilie .Nile. Niarobi. April 26. Holh Roosevelt and his son Kermlt were indisposed' today as a result of their recent liunt Ing activity and the Journey from Kaniti plains to the ranch of Sir Al fred Pease on the Athi river. They are resting from fatigue at the ranch. The Mombasa Standard. published recently a violently winded attack upon F. J Jackson, acting governor of the protectorate, and Mr. Roo velt.' for allowing only representativ of the American newspapers to ac company the Roosevelt train from Mombasa to Kapiti Plains. This at tack was copied by the Nairobi news papers and il is said the imperial gov ernment has asked an explanation frt m the local authorities for this ex clusion of English newspaper men. An exception was made in the case of the representative of an English t'cws agency, he was allowed to ac company the special. Santa Fc. .". M.. April i'i.-- (Spe cial, i I'.i.ici aoi- Cui iy lias coniph t- il the i i nsereii lion commission by appoii,tin the following members: Solomon l.iin.i. of Los Lumta. who has acted in that capacity in the pat, at his own expense; W. Flein ing Jone. of Las Oruces, and A. A. Jones of Vegas. The members I'av- i.'.on ;n their disposal with which to p:iy a secretary and itici-o- tital t-xpeiisi s. The hunrd. w hich is ciiisid reil one of tlie most im portant in U", territory, will meet soon to organize and prepatt- for its work. WEALTHY MEXICAN PUNIER MISSING : IjII Onialia. Ned., ill Januur. Ha- Vol I Wen Heard I roiu Klmv. uud she N Hie luly Woman Curried on Pension Rolls as Soldier Dur ing the Civil War. Washinut n. I. C... April 26. Mrs. Sarah Thmnpson, gej 71 years, and said to be the only woman carried on the pension rolls, as a soldier during the Civil war. is dying In Casualty hospital as a result of injuries she received in a street car : cei.l ;. The injured woman is ,t nati o, 1 Tennessee. In the Civil war slo- is employed b the I'ni oi army as - i and scout, and was enti i it t.e ! pay roll as a soldier. Sh-- r. e; ii a t s vere wound from a bullet in I rs .the scar on lor arm. Sh- di -'., t i-d the hiding place "f llener.il J ",' . Morgan, the note,) C oife.lel 1 1 er. und notified the I ' ii i i ii ioi.s his w hi reahouts. Her lir-l 1ms ir Colonel Scott, organized it I . -. ! loyal Tenni-sseeans f r servi'-c in I'niou army, and she l. ,. niis Cnion sympathisers threuei' :' fedi rate linen to join the r.-.' i. : VIRGINIANS PLAN- TO ENTERTAIN TAFT President mid Plllly Will lie (.nests or I lie Clly of Pclci-liuru Next Mouth. King Drmandcd Thn Inmates Must fatron'Z r..s btorcs State's Aturncy lids Atass of It. form itlon to Present to Grand Jury. Chii-ago. Apiil 26. Sti.te Attorney W. W . .Newmnn began an Investiga tion today, which it is said, will ex pose one of the biggest scandals re vealed In the city government of Chicago. Two city aldermen, a high up police official and the keepers of two resorts, are said to have formed a stock company to control the vice of the city and that the vice trust is now In full operation. Every dive in the red light district Is said to have contributed to the gang. it Is reported that dive keepers were not only compelled to pay sums running from $100 to $500 weekly. but that the ring owns stores dealing In every necessity, at which Inmates or places must trade. It is alleged that the ring has been In existence for two yenrs and that the members hnve become immensely wealthy. The stock of the company Is suld to be divided between the nldcrmrn and Ihe police olliclal iinj the dive keep ers. - The maml Jury, which Is in ses sion here, will be presented with n mans of I rormatioii dealloir on th ' IN SANTA FE Grand Commander Richard son, of Washington. Con ducting Degree WorK With Trained Team. SANTA FE CROWDED WITH Ateetlng Most Important In Ma- sonery Ever Held In Ter ritorySessions Will Continue For Three Days. olUi ! let- trust." i ne' expos. isx xpected t?l- lv ill sensation In Chicago of the. year. MINER KILLED UNION LEADER IN ARIZONA (.Miami Over liilou TronlilcN He Milled I'niHlly at Kingman Sat urday Mghl. Kingman. Ariz., April 26. A quar ni over union troubles between V. P. llyrne, a miner, and David Daletory, prtsldent of the local union of the Western Federation of Miners, result ed In the death of Daletory late Sat urday night. The men had not been on friendly terms, due to troubles at the Tom Reed mining camp, and Pyrtie Is alleged to have waylaid Dal etory and beaten hitn with a revolver. Threats of lynching are heard today, Vii., April 26. When conn s t i Petersburg of !:- Petersburg, the president May 111 to utti il J the unveiling of the monument erected by the state of Pennsylvania In Prince Cieorge coun ty in honor of members "f Hartruuft's division who were killed in battles around Petersburg during the Civil 'war, he will be elaborately enfer- tallied. Ten thousand dollars will be spent for the entertainment of the presi dential party. In the aft- rnnon an al : fresco lunch will lie served the pres I '.Ii lit, und jn the i veiling a reception v l!l be tendered the president and V rv. T:'fl by the leuders In the so i il life of Virglnlu. The city council has appropriated "i.0(ni for the luncheon, and the citl , ns of the city have contributed tj.ouo more, j Steps will be taken t have Oov I eriior Swanson declare May 19 a le- eel holiday In Petersburg In honor of the president. Milwaukee. Wis.. April 26. Details have been arranged for the second In the series of three great debates on the prohibition question between Mayor David S. Rose of this city, opposing prohibition, and Dr. Sam uel Dickie of Albion college, the ac credited representative of the na tional prohibition party. The debate will be held at Orchestra hall. Chi cago. Friday night, April 30, and the Interest that the Milwaukee debate aroused in every part of the country promises to be even greater on this occasion. The Milwaukee debate In MHS. IttHlstVHT ttlMi .xtyr svil vp mi.i: o'yster Hay, April 26. Instead of remaining In Europe for the winter and traveling up the Nile to meet tile former uresident. Mrs. Roosevelt will return to the United States November 1 according to plans announced. Mrs. Ro(evelt with Miss Ethl, ' Archie and yuentin. sail for Europe July 1. . M Y SK.WI. 'IX) MA Its ! I HOM TEXAS TOWN. Fort Worth. Texas. April 26. A movement has been started to induce W. H. Pickering, the professor of astronomy at Harvard, to make ar rangements for signalling to Mars from West Texas. It Is pointed out that the clarified atmosphere there and a lurge unhabited section make the conditions perfect. Omaha. Net... April 26. - Sefeiiuo j DomitiKtiez. a Mexican planter and ' the a llocate .if scientific agriculture ' w ho pn-seiited ii silver trophy to the J national eorn exposition at omaha; lust year and was a prominent figure j in tile ntei prise, cannot be located, a n.l fiiinds In the Culled States as ! Well as in Mexico are mystified. He lies In en missing three mouths. Mall i si lit him at the iiost'ittn c at Puebla. , Mexico, n mains undelivered. He left 'Omaha in January and soon after said he a lining to St. Louis, and p:is not m i n nearu rroin since ) PROSPECTS G00O FOR GAME IN AFRICA! LAWYERS III COURT , ons and lliiftulo TluVki-r In Kimi-c tell' luilt Than Nutlire I ul crs In Viiurli-a. AGAINST EACH OTHER Nairobi. Kritish East Afiea. Apn! (26. Roosevelt left Kapili plain ' I terday and went to the laneh of Sir J Alfred Pease on the Athi river. Ma I Jor Mearns. Edmund Heller and J. Alden Lorlng. members of the p ,rty. MI H4.I'. MAV j went to Sir Alfred's ranch this morn- VOItK Ci:TILL I.IMX oeore jicjiiue,, an, r. .. Xr,, York. April 26. -According to '"" arr' '" to Machak. s via the a r. port .in ulated here. E, 11. Har- I'use ranch Wednesday, rinian has instructed leading cor- Lions ale reported nuiii'-r us on p, .ration lawyers of this and otner ; McMillan's ranch and there is a turd cities tu devise means of m. rging of lfiO buffalo on Mr. Wheutley's Common (ni'r Now Has Chance Sin line resting Content and Not Pay tlm Hill. to M Y the New York Central lilies into one. with a billion dollars capital, and one treasury. This, if effected, would op- rale more thi.n 12.000 miles of rail ranch, where Roosevelt will hunt. The prospects today are exceptionally good for a successful hunt. There are no nvru cases of smallpox in Roosevelt's caravan. Santa Fe. N. M.. ApiTt 36. (Spe cial. I A suit has bein tile,) In the district court hire in which both the ih fen. hint and the plaintiff are attor neys and the outcome of which will be watched with mure than usual In- t. rest. J. M. Palmer, attorney, has sued Arthur M. Edwurd,. uttorney for J.'i.ihmi. which he claims is due him as a result of alleged libel. Ed wards has filed charges of unprofes sional conduct tigalnst Palmer before the bar association and the supreme iourt. Itoth men are prominent n legal circles. CAI.II OltNl KNTHKTAIMXt; MEN OF JAP XAVV Los Angeles. Cal., April 26. The two days' entertainment planned In Southern California for the officers and men of Hoar Admiral IJIchl's training squadron from Japan, began at noon today and will continue un til cruisers weigh anchor Wednesday. The admiral says thHt liberal shore leave will be granted the sailors. Santa Fe, N. M., April 2. (Spe tiul.) Former Congressman James Dhniel Richardson of Washington, grand commander of the southern Ju risdiction of Scottish Rite Masonry, who resigned a seat in Congress t take this Important position. Is In the apitul today, a guest of honor at th. three days reunion of the Scottish Rite Masons of the Orient of New Mexico, which is being held, begin ning With tOdltV. Kounllv ni-iimm.rl Is A. C. Stewart of St. I.ouli S.n-i... ign Grand Inspector Oe Missouri, who is also a a-uest. Hun. Ireds of Masons from nil over Vow Mexico, Texas. .Arizona. Colors, t.. U1 other localities are here attending the reumi ii. Degrees from the fourth a .n,. timty-iecond are belim conferred a class numbering over fifty. The city has been tiirnu.i nr.. n the visitors and they are being shown every courtesy by tho officials and cltlxens. . HASKFU TO, WO v They ( lulni Tlmt Ijiw -uhs( by lUv ii'iit Iji'glsluture AiiiountN to Con llscatlon of Tholr lnds. BAND OF WOMEN MURDERED MANY lliey Cm Throats or Travelers, Iils figurtil IVodles and Threw Them in Ulver. St. Petersburg, April 26. A band of female cut-throats, whose member have for many months been committ ing a Reries of brutal murders, was arrested yesterday In the village of Kurchino, near here. The principal culprits are a mother and daughter, keopera of an Inn. Assisted by other women of the village they murdered travelers who stopped at the Inn, dls llgured the todies and threw them in to a swift atresia. SI-liS XO HALM IN IUCII l.F.;.CY Portland, April 26. John fopeland an inmate of the Home for the Aged In Portland, has Just n fused to ac cept an estate of $84,000 b it to him by members of his family who di-d In New York. Copeland in animated by resentment against his r. latives because of a youthful romance brok en up by them and which has left him embittered even at the age 0f 6 years. Wh n a youth Copeland fell in love with a Catholic girl and planned to marry her. He received her consent and that of her parents, but thu match was prevented by his own fam ily, who were strict Protestant. He lift home and has never had anything more to do with his relatives. He lived for some time in California af ter serving in the I'nion army during the Civil war. Guthrie, oklu., April 26. To ap pease the 9,000 school land lessee of Oklahoma who are protesting against the law enacted by the recent legisla ture, which makes their rentals 4 per cent of the lows appraisement of their land holdings. Governor Haskell as sured their committee that a special stssion of the. legislature will be con vened In December, or whenever the code revision commission, now sitting, completes Its work, and that a rec ommendation will be made for a law more lenient toward tbe lessees rela tive to their rentals. The lessees declare the 4 per cent basis Increases the rentals until they become pructlcally confiscatory. A committee of one lessee from each county has been named to confer with the state .school land board hero on April 29. It is also believed the governor will recommend a change In the "ribbon liallot" election law re cently enacted which will eliminate any possibility of involklng the refer- n.Iiim on the law. SKXATK XMM1TTKK KKADY TO ItKltiltT. Ik Iitou TurifT Matters Will Is' ti-oduccd Tomorrow by Si-na tor Aldrich. Washington, April 2C. S.-natir Aldrich, chairman of the finance com mittee, expects to Introduce tomorrow rt number of committee amendments to the tariff bill which will Include marly all the deferred matters, among them being the administrative ftature of the aili. The Senate com mittee on the Philippines today nam ed lieveridge, Heyburn and Johnston as a sub-committee to frame a bill f-r the Islam's. STATEHOOD DILL IS BEING PREPARFD ( liaiinuiu Hamilton Has Subjc-t lii dcr 1'on.sitkTution and Will lulro duit Act Next Winter. Washington. April 26. Statehood for New Mexico and Arizona will not be considered at the special sessioa of Congress, according to an an m uncinient made yesterday. It will be taken up by the House in Decem ber. Representative Hamilton, of Michigan, who introduced the state hood bill ut the last session, Is al ready working on the bill he plans to litrodiic next December. mi: sl HI' AIMFll AT M'l H A LATION IV t.UUX SpringtielJ. III.. April 26 A bill ; Hacking the board of trade di-als in fnttir.s and making It a felony for any person to sell commodities usual ly dealt in on the boards of trade and Mi.-k exchanges unless he In the act ual owner of the property sold, huj tc n introduced in the House.