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WEATHER FORECAST Dtnw, Cola., May 8-Ton!gM fair, coW er Southeast portion, Frost isrtb md east Poi'Iops. Friday fair. Nn. SJU' 6.4(1 o No. 9 1 1 . 4 S p, GET THE NEWS FIRST VOLUME 24. ALBUQUERQUE. NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY. MAY 0. 1909. NUMBER 97 WILL TRY IMPEACHMENT OF FEDERAL JUDGES IZEW BRITISH OFFICIALS ARE TAKING A HAND IN TURKEY They Are In the Murder Dis trict. Relieving the Destitute Where Possible. "BILLY" WHITLAW IDENTIFIED BOYLE CUMMINS ATTACKS THE TARIFF SCHEDULES II OUTLINED Congressman Murphy An nounces That He Will File Charge at Once. COMPEL THE COURT tin IH Murphy Tells House That He Will Continue In His Fight Against Men Who Decided Kail way Rate Cases. Washington, ila ti. At the con clusion of a lengshy statement in-thc House today regarding his resolution of Inquiry Into the official conduct of I'ederal Judges philipp and McPher on of the western district of Mis souri, Ke preventative Murphy an nounced that lie would file formal charges ot impeachment. Murphy brought the matter up aa a question of personal privilege, read ing newspaper dispatches to the ef fect that Frank "Hagerman. attorney for eighteen railways In Missouri, had Ult graphed the attorney general that the charges against the judges were a "tissue of misrepresentation." In making a recital of his charges. Murphy called on Rucker, his col league, to substantiate what he said. Rucker did so, raying that Phiiipys should have been impeached ' twenty yar a go. Mu-phy iit-nted that Missouri had been accorded courtesy In the trial of the rate cases and said he. wanted Congress to require the federal court to proceed along decent lines in Mis souri. Nothing to Say. , Kansas Oily. May 6.---Neither Judge Fhtilpuft :nr Judgi. .M-.-Pherson would make a stat nient concerning the charges announced underway by Con gressman Murphy. ST. PAIL llOAH IH VS Ii.MUS. New York, May 6. Announcement was msde today that the Illinois Steel Company, a subsidary of the United States Steel corporation, has closed a contract for 60,000 tons of rails to the Chicago. Milwaukee and St. Paul railway at 128 a ton. This Is the largest contract since the mar ket for steel opened several months ago. BAILEY AMENDS THE INTERSTATE LAW Senator Introduces Amendment In Somite to Make Act Conform With Court Decision. "Washington, May 6. Close upon the decision of the supreme court In the "commodities clause," Senator Bailey of Texan, today Introduced a blllameinling the Interstate commerce act to apply the provisions of the clause to any corporation or Joint stock company which owns or controls directly or indirectly such subsidiary corporation. NEW BISHOP FOR WYOMING DIOCESE Coils. -era Umi Mrrvit-rM Were Held Thi-4 Morning 111 Philadelphia Cliurcli. Philadelphia, May 6. In the pres ence of many church dignitaries and clergy from many parU of the coun try. Rev. Nathan Seymour Thomas was today consecrated the first bishop of the new Protestant Episcopal dio cese of Wyoming In the church of Holy Apostles, of which he was rec tor. Bishop Tuttle, presiding bishop of the church In this country, was consecrator. The consecration ser mon was preached by Bishop Talbot of Central, Pennsylvania. The offer ing taken at the eervice will be de voted to work of the missionary dis trict of Wyoming. "MANIAC DEPRESSION" IS MAINS' MALADY Pihk Tt'Mitti'M ill Trial, Declaring Hurt .-iny Mental Disease Can lie failed Insanity. Flushing, N. Y May 6. At the opening of the Itains trial this morn ing. Ir. J.. S. Manson testified. He said he believed that Halns was suf fering from "maniac depression'" In sanity at the time he killed Annls. He believed that any form -of mental dis ease could be called insanity. He believed Mains became Insane when he heard the name of Annls called at the yacht club the day of the shooting. vi ti 6U& &wmvs J) " 1" ' II ' -(. :-.l?4li.4 "BILLY" WHITLA. Mercer, Pa., May 6. "Hilly" Whltla. m the witness stand in the trial of James H. Boyle, under the charge of kidnaping the boy. pointed his fin ger at the alleged kldnuper and said: "That's the man." He had been ask ed to point out the man who took him' from Sharon last March and his an swer was given without the least hesitation.-. Hundreds crowded the temporary for trial this morning. Boylo pleaded Cockran, In charge of the prosecution, prove, being practically according to the kidnaping. .. . lloylc t.ulll.v of Kidnaping. Mercer, Pa.. May 6. James H. nyle was found guilty this afternoon of kidnaping Billy' Vhltlv ; ' Wfcltfe'rt-Vnyf nert, .counsel for the de fense entered a plea, refusing "tw offer evldetict',"' This assured Boyle's con viction. The Jury retired and returned in fifteen minutes with a verdict of Kuilty. BE VER1UGE KNOCKS PUBLICATION LAW led'odiu-ex llcsolutloii Axainxl Act 'if te!iit IicglHlaturc Hut lias Opposition. Washington, May 6. Senator Bev- i ridge has Introduced in the Senate a resolution disapproving of the New Mexico publication law which was passed by the recent territorial legis lature. The resolution in meeting v ith opposition In the Senate as there are a number of senators who oppose Interference with the acts of the ter ritorial legislature. GENERAL THOMAS PAYS SHORT VISIT Army OI'liKT in ilie City for 1VV Hours on Ills Way to Arizona ort. Brigadier !eneral K. 1. Thomas, of the I'nited States army, arrived last night from the east and left this af ternoon on the limited for Holbrook, Ariz., where he will board an army ambulance and drive to Port Apache, ninety miles south of that place. The general is hale and hearty and has all kinds of nice things to say about Albuquerque. He was hire last fall tor the Sixteenth National Irrigation congress and remained over the ter ritorial fair. In 1872 General Thomas, then an engineer oftieer, made u survey and located the present post of r'nrt Apa che. He was all through the Anaeiie war in the several yearn that follow ed, and made the acquaintance of Captain Cooley, the keeper of Couley's place upon the White mountains. The general said this morning that he would stop at "ooley's place tomor row night. That is seventy miles from Holbrook. general Thomas said timt he hid a delightful time when here last fall and would like to come again thus fall If circumstances permit. He prom ised to do what he could to have a tioop of soldiers sent to the fair. BIG Ll.MHKK Ml 1.1. Ill ItNS. Vancouver. May 6 Fire this morn ing wiped out the larger buildings of the saw mills of the North Pnclflc Lum'oer company at liurnet. twelve miles up Barrard inlet. The loss !! $350,000. men umi Fiiooium. Stockton, Calif., May 6. Fourteen thousand acres of land, one of the richest reclaimed traits in the San Joaquin valley, was flooded this morning. The loss is believed to be $20,000. Gopher holes In the lev e Is believed to have ben the cause) court room when the case was called hot guilty and a Jury was sworn. T. T. outlined what the state expects to the accounts already published of 1 SANTA FE PRODUCES LARGE AMOUNT Of OIL 'lli Output for April Was In Kxci-sh of Thai for I'rtfedlnj; Month in t'ulll'ornla. Los Angeles. May 6. According to the ligures in the office of F. T. Per ils, manager of the Santa Fe oil prop erties, the production of oil in thy Olinda and Bakeretield lields for the month of April totallud 153,439 bar rels of oil, 9T,1'34 at the former and 5K.255 at the latter. This is a big Inert-axe over the llg ures for ?ilarch, and one of the larg est productions in the history of the fields. A new well was opened in the Olinda tract on April IS w hi ,-h brought the total for the month ill that field up to nearly the 100.000 mark. With' 226 barrels to the car the month's production amounted to cars, which amount was necessary for use in locomotives and stationary en gines oh the coast lines. If all the oil could have been put in one tra.in It would have been live miles and a half In length and would have required tt of the largest en gines in use to haul It. ARIZONA MAN WEDS EASTERN HEIRESS Mining lingiiteer WIiom- Pullier Was ilU-oi- , the StiMan of Turkey Marries. Nert York. May . The marriage ol Joseph H. Portugal, a mining en gineer of Walker, Arizona, and Miss Clara G.iddard Colit, an heiress i.f Bryn Mawr. Pa., was announced lust night. Portugal is a son of Portugal Pasha, who was high in the counsels of the former sultan of Turkey, Abdul Hamid. He came to this country -,o avoid being forced into diplomatic xervjee for his country, and the ro manre with Miss Cult began soon af ter. Tin- young couple left for Ari zona. HAI I IKK IX tM'KKVr. Kl Paso, May 6. A prairie fire is report. d burning fiercely in the Ce dar mountains and has already de vastated a huge area. George Mil ler's ranch has he.-n destroyed. Forty men are fighting Hie flames. PI HI.ISIIDK IS Gt ll.TY. Ft. Scott, Kan.. May 6. Fred War ren, business manager of the Appeal to Reason, a Socialist publication, was found guilty this afternoon of Sending defumatory matter through the mails. DESCRIBE TOWNS AS "CHARSEL HOUSES" Bodies of Victims Fill the Streets and Thousands of Desti tute Women Are Roaming the Gountry. Beirut, Turkey, May 6. The situa tion at Suadal where a number of Ar menians have been massacred, has been relieved ns u result of the pres ence and exertions of the captain of British battleship Triumph and the British consul at Alexandretta. The two officials visited Caldoran and Kessab and found the two towns in describable chnrnel houses. There is more than 1,000 helpless and desti tute women in one village on the coast near Kessab. Thousands Institute. Adana, May 6. Rev. Stephen R. Trowbridge, missionary of the board of American commissioners for for eign missions, estimates the number killed since the beginning if the anti Christian massacres at 23,000. "The surviving Armenians," he hays "amount to 25,000 women and children and they are without homes. clothing and bread. The most pit iable and wretched multitude Is pass ing on the streets of Adana like lost people." PRESENTED A BELL TO THE UnlVERSITY Scniorr, Tills Morning Hade lreive.11 to thv I list It II 'ion and Bequeath ed .Many Things to Sucocwxirs. In accordance with the custom of former years, the class day exercises of the Vnivcrslty of New Mexico were held on) the Varsity campus this morning. The feature of the exer cises was the presentation of a large bell which now hangs over a portico on the east side of the large adminis tration building. The presentation speech was made by Grover C. Em mons, who, standing beside the large bell nearly thirty feet from the ground, nddressed the members of the faculty, the students and their friends who were grouped on the campus below. Owing to a 'joke" played on the seniors by the freshmen, the exer elvs this morning which were to have commenced at 10 o'clock, were nivrly an hour late. A few of the f- . hmen collected on the, campus some time before dawn this morning and removed the bell, which weighs nearly 300 pounds, to the dome on the main building. After a search of nearly an hour, the bell whs found and by the use of block and tackle, removed from its hiding place snd returned to Its former location. The seniors formed themselves in processional order and visited the va rious places of interest on th? camp us stopping at each place, with brief speech by one of their number they bequeathed that ornament to their successors. With a nicely worded Bpcech. Miss Lillian Spitz bequeathe. I the 1903 sat to the Junior class. Rodey Hull wis left to the future student bodv by Miss Fva M. Splcer while the 1906 Pump was left by Growr C. F.mmons to the preparatory students. The dining hall was left by W. I!. Wrot. lo Its chief patrons. W. U. Allen and John Marshall. "Kwataka." the young men's dormitory. was be queathed to one of Its inhabitants. .1. W. Miller, by Clarence fingers. "Ho liona." the girls dormitory, was left, by M. J. McGuinness. to the girls. In his speech, Mr. McGuinness sal. I that lie hoped the girls would always he as beautiful as the present occupants of that building. Th- 1907 Sun Dial was bequeathed, In a well worded speech, by Kirk Bryan, to the future classes In geology. Science Hall was left, by Miss Katherine Pa vis. to the students of biology an I organic evo lution. The 1 904 pump was be queathed to the college by Edmund Ross while the trough was left to the preparatory students. Tin- anual alumni banquet will be given ut the Alvara.l.i hotel at 8 o'clock this, evening to about fifty students ami faculty of the Univer sity. The banquet will be followed by u social ami dance in the Woman's flub building. PATTKV STILL WITH IS. Trinidad. Colo., May 6. James A. Patten, the f'hlcago wheat broker. Is still at the ranch of his partner. W. If. Bartlett, at Vermejo Park, New Mexico, sixty miles southwest of TrlnJdad. Apparently he has no pres ent Intention of leaving hi vacation. THEY WELCOMED THE JAPS C Y I; "fx , a, kg- rVt1 K i itr rl- 'vf , i Above are the members of the party that figured In the formal w-elrome of California to the Japanese sea fighters. From left to right are Lieut. Gov. vniren rorter of California. Collet tor sentntlon. and Rear-Admlral Hlknlro neiow. on the lert. Is IJIchl, and on the right, his flagship, the cruiser Aso. The As,, was the Boyan, one of the best vessels of the Russian fleet. On July 27. 19(14. in a sortie w ith Japanese torpedo boats off Port Arthur, she was Injured by a mine and sunk by her crew. She whs raised and refitted by the Japanese. She carries 16 12-pounders. 7 S-pounders'and 2 torpedo tubes. She has a complement of 673 men, including 1ST. naval cadets. JAPS FIGHTING MACHINES n f, r 'Ts 1 ' . p 1 I , U j Jai)Hiiese marines, photogruphed on the Japanese cruiser Aso, Admiral IJIchl's flagship, during the visit of tile cruisers at San Francisco. As Col lector of Port Fred Stratton. President Taft's representative at the recei- tlon, came aboard the Japunese marine up the "Star-Spangied Banner." and every Japanese In the big fighting ship SEVEN ARE DEAD AS RESULT OE FIGHT American Is in Jail in Mexico, tHiurged With Killing Girl W ho Slabls-il ! Ills lYUnd. j I Kl Paso. May 6. Additional re ports received here in r- gard to the recent riot on the Sanborn ranch neur Veracruz. Mexico, are to the effect that seven persons were killed and Harold S-anborn, son of the president of the La Junta Plantation company, id dangerously wounded. Sanborn is in Jail charged with killing a nineteen year old girl, who Is alleged to have st.il.heil Vicente Esplnosa in the back. The killing of the girl was follow. -.1 by a fight. RICH ORE VEIN REPORTED TODAY Jura Tries property Which Is Owned by Lixttl Men, leelois New Vein. 1 nl'ormatioii reached tile city today that a body of ore seven feet in thlck nis and of unknown extent has been struck in the old Jura Trias work ings. The ore brought to tile city, whieh is said to be of equal richness witii the g. neral body, runs about 9 per cent copper. Tho miner bringing the Information to local parties in terested in the property says that a tunnel was run on the vein for fifty f. el, and the width averaged . venty fi et. The Jura Trias property was open ed up several years ago by T. J. I'ur ran und others, but th original com pany failed. The propel ty is now owned by local business men. of Port Fred Stratton. Taft's renre- IJIchl, In command of the squadron. band, shown In the picture, struck played it well. With the first strain, stood uncovered. OLD FASHIONED GIRL IN GREATER DEMAND Chicago Youths lell Puslor What Kind of Wives Tln-y Pri-fcr if Tln-y i-t Any. Chicago. May. 5. -Hev. L. U. Yuughau of the Ilalstead Street In stitutional church, whom. Hermon a week ago on "The Ideal Husband, ' was Inspired by letters from 100 young women, has followed that ef fort by a discourse on 'The Ideal Wife." Letters from many swains were reU(j to an appreciative au dience. While the qualifications for wives-to-be were varied and amusing In cases, t was evident most of the men who wrote to the pastor were serious in their requests. Kvery one wrote that he did not wish his wife to be a college graduate nor a club woman nor a reformer. Neither was it con sidered essential that she be pretty or talented. What every man want ed wus an "old fashioned girl." All Insisted that the acceptable girl be a good cook and neat house keeper. Only two men wanted a sty lish wife. Mm- uf them wanted her ivaclous rift her than quiet. All in sisted on her being a 'home girl." The prevailing opinion seemed to be against society women, reformers or those interested In politics. Several men were partial to a clinging vine," while others thought It would be a good Idea if they could get a 'sturdy" oak" a woman amply able to keep them well In hand. Vice Consul Arrested. Boston, May 6. On two Indict ments, one charging conspiracy and one larceny, Charles Hall Adams, consul for Liberia and Nicaragua and vice consul of Uruguay as well as state commissioner for all states and territories, was arrested today. The offense are alleged to have been committed six years ago. Savs That People Won't Be Fooled if Revision Is Not Complete as Asked. WORK OF REFORM HASJST BEGUS Unless Congress Reylses Sched ules as Common People Want Them Revised There Is Going to Be Trouble. Washington, IX C, May 6. Pre dieting that the failure to pasa a tariff bill providing for lower duties on Imports would provoke a political contest for another revision of tha tariff. Senator Cummins of Iowa de livered a notable speech in the Senate today. "The bill before us, said the sen-' ator- win not be accept),(1 by thos who favored a revision of the tariff as either the fulfillment of a parry pledge or a settlement of the contro versy. If this bill or anything sub stantially like It becomes a law, I pre dict a campaign for lower duties will begin the moment the extraordinary session adjourns and will continue with increasing seal until Judgement Is entered In the court of public con science and also In the Journals of Congress. ... f "Who insisted upon tariff revlslont Not the manufacturers and lumber-' man. Not the Iron snd steel man. Not the oil men. During the whole agi tation I never had a demand from those people tUat the tariff might be revised. The demand enme from tho- who believed they w ..avlnst too mjich ff-r thlngTtlety h ,t) twjt, I've hPard It said in conversation that there are only a few people In terested in the reduction of duties. I know that the voices of those clam oring for Increased duties are more distinctly heard In the committee rooms but there will come a time when the clamor of millions who want relief will snund like the roar of a thousand Nlngaras. The com mon people. It Is true, have not the advantage of the specific statements of Interested beneficiaries and wit nesses, who filled the capltol these months. 'The distrust of the Judgment of the common man Is a mistake often made and always atoned for with sack cloth and ashes." The senator said the work of re form had Just begun and would con tinue, thanks to the genius of Insti tutions and people who have the power and will enforce. ROOSEVELT SCORES ADVOCATES OF PEACE Kays to Walt a While? ami See Whntfa-ei- ,la) mi I is Sincere and If Not, Then Anu-ric-a Should Pro tect Herself. New York. May 6. Former Presi dent Roosevelt in an article in this w eek'a Outlook on "The luty of Am erica" advises the people of the Uni ted States to wait and see if Japan permits immigration to this country ot any appreciable number of labor ing and small trading classe. If not, it is the duty of America to protect herself by treaty or legislation. He declared that the professional peace advocate opposed to the up building of the navy would place tae I'nited States at the mercy of any nation wishing to disregard our de sire to control Immigration. He add that "well-meaning but fatuous advo cates of peace utterly misread the temp, r of their countrymen." SKXI TK.YM TO IXMM)X. Chicago, May 6. In response to sa official request Morris & Co., the Chi cago packers, will send their cham pion six horse team of 'lydesitale to the Koyal Agricultural show la Iyon don this July. The Morris team won the championship of the world at the International lave Stock exposition in Chicago last Deecniher,' and the ix horses which make up tho team have bit ween them 121 ribhono. Two f the horses are British born, two Ca nadian bred and two w eve raised in Illinois. ItOHHI'.RS I'SK UYXAMITK. La I'orte, Ind., May 6. Four rob bers robbed the tore of C. F. Sonne born this morning and covered their retreat by blowing up the store with dynamite. They d.de $1,000 worth of firearms and phonographs which car ried au jy in a delivery wagon drawn by a viilua-iile trotting horse, Mum mlin Bird (2:14) stolen from a livery stable nearby. One robber was cap tured and the others are In the woods. The goods were recovered.