ÁLEUaüEEQlíE MOENIMG JOUK
Dy STav-PR,CE 5 CENTS
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER II, 1905.
LEADERS OF THE HUNGARIAN COALITION PARTIES, WHOSE
v PLANS HAVE BEEN SHATTERED BY THE DISMISSAL
OR PARLIAMENT BY IMPERIAL RESCRIPT.
PUT OUT OF
Francis-Joseph Calls Off the
DECIDES TEE BUNS HAVE
V HAD ENOUGH FREE SPEECH
Willis' Ear Encourages a
ENGLISHMEN IN SALONICA
FEAR I0R HIS SAFETY
CAUTIOUS MAKE MONEY
Decline to Talk Out Loud Declares Life Insurance
Should be Philanthropy.
POLICY HOLDERS SHOULD
NOT EXPECT ANY PROFITS
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Rom of Disapproval for Kin; and
Ministry Greet Royal Rescript
BUda Pest, Hungary, Oct. 10. Par
liament was prorogued today by royal
rescript until December, 1805. Acting
Premier Baron Fejervary and his col
leagues did not attend the brief sitting
of parliament. The Baron merely sent
the president of the lower house the
rescript signed by the king-emperot
Francis Joseph, proroguing parliament
;and explaining that the step was nec
essitated by the fact that no sucres
has been attained in forming a new
cabinet on a basis which would secure
parliament against disorder.
Shouts of "scoundrels" und similar
epithets mingled with queries ol
"Where's the constitution?" greeted
the reading of the rescript, but there
were no cabinet ministers present t(
take note of the Insults hurled at
Count Julius Andrassy rose and de
nounced the ministers who contrary to
precedent failed to appear before par
liament. "The government," he said, "has
thereby shown contempt of the house
and 'has abandoned .all pretense oi
conforming with the laws."
The proteat which was presented In
behalf of the '.'coalitionists declared
that the contVnued prorogations of par
liament are unconstitutional because
they rendar it impossible to impeach
the Fejervary cabinet, while the coali
tion, being the parliamentary majority,
should long ago have been entrusted
with the direction of the government,
anfl that the existence of the Fejer
vary cabinet was nothing but absolut
ism. The resolution further declared
that the king emperor opposed the will
of the nation- and that the cabinet cri
áis had now become a constitutions'
crisis. . - ' ' '
Count Stephen Tls;ia... .former pre
mier, followed with a brief speech ex
plaining that he refused to contimu
the debate, which he considered Inad
missible after parliament had been
prorogued. Then with his colleague?
the count left the hall.
A socialist deputy proposed that the
royal rescript be disregarded and the
debate eoroilnued, but this was ignored
and Count Andrassy" resolution was
adopted with radical unanimity and
the houf adjourned.
There were quite large crowds out
ride the parliament building, but the)
were kept at a distance by a cordon
of police, and there was almost en
tire atsence of the expected eexclte
tnent in the streets.
In the house of magnates a motion
proposed by liaron Ponay, vigorously
protesting against the prorogations of
parliament, was rejected after a con
siderable debate, but the resolution of
Baron Boothay, expressing regret that
the king-emperor had again decided to
prorogue the diet and hoping for a so
lution of the present difficulties was
ratification- of the separa-
TIOX 1MMTMKNT Will. Ill
Stockholm, Oct. -10. The probabili
ties now Doint to the practically unan
imous ratification of the Karlstad!
treaty by the Riksdag October 13. At
the secret sessions of both houses to
day details were furnished regarding
the élauses relating to the matter of
the destruction of the Norwegian for
tifications, which appeared satisfac
tory to the members of the Riksdag.
Hungers Take Monk Glftxon.
Edna. Texas, Oct. 10. Foiir more
state rangers arrived today, making
twelve now here. It Is the Intention to
withdraw the troops and place Monk
Gibson, the ulleged slayer of Mrs. Con
dl't and her four children, in custody
of the rangers.
v Number 8 Train Wrecked.
New'ton, Kas., Oct. 10. -The forward
baggage and mall cars Of the Santa
Fr's Atlantic express No. 8. eartbound.
left the tracks three miles east of here
today when running rapidly. No one
was killed but. several trainmen were
Injured. The accident was due to a
Finnish MtU'dci-cr I'.k iiH'S.
Halslngfors, Finland, Oct. 10. Hos
enthal, the murderer of Holsalon Soln
Inena, prosecutor of Finland, escaped
from prison during míe nigmt
under a life sentence.
PREACHEK 1KAYKS ROSSES.
cles. He was called In on Wednesday
Too Many 1 !' Clmivli. He Says. nncllto Httemt Harry Schlehel. ten years old
Heslgns. of Nl)i 877 i, kn,.i utreet.
Cincinnati. O.. Oct. 10. The Uev nr. Winkle could find no traces of
Lawrence W. Mahn has roslgned the tetanus, although the boy's bac wr.r
pulpit of the North Kalrmount Con- bent In the form of a bow and a eare
gregxtlonal church here because there fut diagnosis revealed pronounced
was too much bosslsm In the churc h
"There were too many bosses," said
he. "I could not cope with apathjJow
spirituality, unbusinesslike methods
and dissension of seven years' stand
ing. I leave, with the hope that some
one may trow come and take up my
work whi will be able to claim hU
people right as the leader and head of
the church. The congregation Is bur
dened with too much dead timber even
among tha official 'members."
", North Kalrmount church Is on
of the largest of that denomination
In the city.
OÍSrwi .s-'l0 I iw nuil
RAMSEY HAS NO
- SHOW TO HOLD HIS
JOB WITH WABASH
Gould lias the Railroad in
WILL ELECT HIS BOARD OF
DIRECTORS ON FIRST SHOWDOWN
Toledo, t Oct. 10. No directors
were chosen at the annual meeting of
the Wabash today. The sessions, with
the exception of two brief recesses,
lasted from 9 a. m. to 11:15 p. m., aV
most the entire time being taken up by
the examination of proxies. Although
no figures had been given oit by the
Inspectors of the election, it is believ
ed that the vote to be taken the firs I
thing tomorrow morning will show
that Mr. Could has behind him $22,
000.000 of the bonds and that Mr.
Ramsey has In the neighborhood of
12.000,000. This makes kt certain that
the six men named by the Gould fac
tion as directors representing the
bondholders, will be elected. These
men are Russell Sage, Winslow S.
Pierce, R. O. dowry, E. T. Welles, W.
13. Haunders and R. M. Galloway.
Mr. Ramsey has not shown sufficient
drength to enable hiin to hold his scat
is a director, and It Is generally be
loved that he Is weaker In stock prox
ies than he is in the bonds.
Xcw Great Northern Stock.
New York. Oct. 10. A new Issue of
230.000 shares of Great Northern rail
way tóele to be offered to stockhold
ers at par, was announced today tn a
circular signed by'James J. Hill, pres
ident of the compaify.
Ilvele Ties Another Job.
Salt Lake, Utah, Oct. 10. At the
t'nlon Pacific annual meeting today,
lames H. Hyde was dropped from the
voard of directors, and P. A. Valen
tine of Chicago, was elected in his
place. All cither members of the old
board were re-elected.
ALL DANGHOF '
HRE IS PAST
BERKELEY STIREXTS PRAISED
BY CITIZENS FOR SAVING
Berkeley. Cal., Oct. 10. Today all
danger from the great Are which
swept Berkeley Hills and endangered
millions of property last night, has
passed. The fire is still smouldering
near Clearmont. DUt is unuer control.
As a safeguard several hundred stu
dent under the leadership of Prof. A.
W. Whitney stayed in the hill , all
light to prevent a renewal of the con-
In appreciation of the work of the
students led by President Wheeler, the
Berkeley town trustees have passed a
resolution thanking them tor saving
the property of the state and town.
A DOCK HAND.
Voiitli Believe In Carving Out Career
as rather Did. ,
Washington. Oft. 1 0 Sometn'"
a sensation has been stirred In Wash
lngton social circles by news
Seattle that Karl Shaw, son of Secre
tiry Shaw, is working as a laborer on
the government docks at Seattle. His
mother and sister have goae to Seattle
I to persuade hitn to return, but he in
sists on keeping at his work. His worn
Is said to be excellent and he is like
ly to get the foremaiifhip of a dock
gang. Secretary Shaw Is said. tf be
satisfied to hae his son work out hi
own future, as he himself did In his
A HF.HOIO CTIIR.
Plilladelnlila . Man Tiles
PMIidp.hn. Pa'.. Oct. 10. A treat-
ment applied to a case of cerebro spi
nal menpigltls by Dr. Otis D. wingate
of No. 2.ÍJ! Parrlsh street, has awak
ened the Interest of local medical clr-
symptoms of meningitis,
The disease had reached a stage
whtcli demanded the most heroic
treatment, and Dr. Wlugate Cectded (o
resort to the "Cartaret rod." Incision
was made In the boy's back and the
rod, heated so as to burn the flesh,
was Inserted along the spinal column.
The effect was virtually Instantan
eous. The muscles, which had lie
come rigid, relaxed and the limbs were
no longer drawn backward by the ter
rible pain. The patient regained con
sciousness and is apparently on the
road to complete recovery.
Count Alwtipt Apponyi
nOTQ "BY KOl.i.'EltTAYUMe. .
EXPRESS CLERK MAKES
AWAY WITH 5100,1100 CASH
Edward G. Cunliffe, Cashier in the Pittsgurg Office,
Disappears and With Him Big Package of
Currency Consigned to Cincinnati.
Pittsburg. Oct. 10. -The startling'
discovery was nincle late today that
the Adams Express company has been
victimized to the extent of $100,000;
supposedly through lac peculations of
an employe, ., . y
The following official statement of
the affair is given the Associated Press
for publication: -
"At 4:80 o'clock Monday, October
!, the Bank or Pittsburg delivered to
the Adams Rxpress company at their
office, 810 Wood street, Pittsburg, a
package of currency containing $ 100.
000. Of this amount $80,000 was in
$100 bills. $10,000 in $5 bills mid the
remainder, $10,000, In $5, $10 and Í20
bills. The package containing this
large sum of money was consigned to
a bank in Cincinnati.
"This package was received and re
ceipted for by Kdwnrd George Cun
liffe. who was then acting in the place
of the regular money clerk, who was
"Cunliffe left the office at the usual
MOSCOW STRIKE .
I I ItXITI BIO F.VFÍXIHIFS '(I.OSF.D
AND OTIIKH IXni'STItlFS BI
1 Al FIXTFD.
Moscow, Oct. 10. The situation to
day, was rendered more serious y the
extonsion of the strike to a number of
large furniture factories whose work
men were called out by bands of
strikers going from factory to factory
and forcing a suspension of work.
There was a collision between the
police and workmen who were trying
to enter the Ziebrlck furniture fac
tory. An officer and a policeman were
shot nt and wounded and the strikers
forced an entrance Into the factory
and Insisted on the cessation of work.
The population is apprehensive of
further disorders, , Agitators are open
ly preaching a revolution.
' Strike Spreading Hapldly.
The majority of the factories here,
especially in the great Industrial quar-
the river from the rest of the city,
iolned in the strike Of printers and
bakers today. The movement threat-1
ens to become general, though It Is oo-l
posed by h strong minority of the
The street are comparatively tran
Several times today procession
of striking workmen,
i .. .t.i..u
flags were carried, were held In the In.
dustrlal quarters and the police were
forced to disperse the crowds, but
aside from the affray today at the
I Iprecht furniture factory, no blood
shed has been reported and the troops
were not forced to resort to arms.
Goii'inniciiI'M Xew Wireless System.
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of eighteen words a minute, communi
cation by wireless telegraphy between
the Washington navy yard and the
torpedo station here Is dally being
held. The first message was sent from
the torpedo station direct to the navy
department by this method a few days
ago. snd since then the service has
The tornéelo station has recently
been In communication with Cape
Henry, Va., 3!0 miles us the crow tiles
and thirty miles beyond Washington.
Communication can nlso be maintain
ed with Atlantic City. Habylon, L. I.:
Bridgeport, Conn., and other places
west of Newport. With the Hoston
navy yard, eighty miles away., and
with ships off Provlncetown It Is very
easy to hold extended conversation.
Simpson Push's Quiet Day.
Wichita. Kas.. Oct. 10. Kx-Representative
Jerry Simpson spent a qulel
day and Is resting easy tonight.'
Count uuxius Anueav.
time last evening d lnls ,m.nK
when be failed to report for duty a
hurried examination was made of his
department and It was learned lliat
about $1,000 of funds entrusted to him
eio missing. i'-.. n-Ml Agent Hnner of
me Adams express company, .immedi.
ately railed In detectives and placed
the matter In their hnnds. Later de
velopments brought out the fact thai
In addition to the $t,000 missing, the
bank's package containing the $100,
000 had not been received at the mo
ney forwarding office at Union station
"Influirles made at his residence
314 Uneme street. West Knit, pitts
bnrrr. showed that CunlllT" arrived
home; at the c ustomary time last even
ing i and after n hariging Ills clothes
hade his family good bye, saying to his
wire t lint he was going nut for the ev
ening, and nothing further has beer,
heard from him."
CunlilTe has been employed by the
Adams Kxpress company neo March
DR. HART DECLARES
CHICAGO PHYSICIAN llf'M)
;HAM ,M I!V FOB FIF.M)
Chicago, Oct. 10. '.'barged with
having caused the death of ten-year-old
Irene Klokow by administering
narcotic poison, Dr. Oliver B. Hart
was held to the grand Jury today with
out ball, by a coroner's Jury at the
conclusion of the Inquest on the Ivody
of the girl. Dr. Hart, who, It is
charged, tiix; assaulted the girl and
then poisoned her to hide his crime,
listened to the reading of the verdict
without any tfga of emotion.
"I am not nt all. not In the least
surprised at the act ion of the coron
ers' Jury," he said, "because I expect
ed to be held to the criminal court for
I rial. I am innocent, however, of the
crime I am rhirged with, and I don't
think I will have much difficulty In
proving my Innocence."
I'HAYI'HS To'kNI) TYPHOID.
Pciiiisli(nla Clergymen Take Culled
Action nuil I'elief Seems to
Wllkesharre. Oct. 10. Led by the
Hev. Dr. L. C. Floyd, the clergymen of
Xantlcnre have started a serle of
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uní ii' mm i run iiwm em itvn !
Itvnhold. There are now four hundred
victims In the vicinity, and there have
been twenty-eight deaths.
Associated wll'h Dr. Floyd In the
movement are the Hev. W. tí. Peterson,
the Uev. J. H. Adams, the Uev. J. I?.
Davis, the Iter. J. i Shtw. the liev.
William Bnwc and Wie Uov. K. U
Today, aS If In response tu the pray
ers no new cases were reporten tor uic
llrst tUue in many days.
The !yiv Orleans Report.
New Orleans, La., Oct. 10. The yel
low fever report to 8 p. m.:
New cae, IS.
Total tn date, 3.220.
Total deaths, 413.
New foci, 9.
Coder treatment. 181.
Discharged. 2,634. ;
WiLI I AM'S SECOND SOX
Gluecksburg, Schlesw Ig-Hol-
stein, Oct. 10. The engagement
of Prince KHel Frederick, second
son of Kmperor William, to
the Duche Sophie Charlotte.
eldest daughter of the reigning
Grand Duke of Oldenburg, Is an-
Investigation Being Made of Demand
ot Brigands lliat $5,000 be Paid
fur Release of Younf
London, Oct. 10. Much anxiety Is
expressed here regarding the fate of
Wills, the Englishman recently em
ployed by the Turkish Tobacco rev
enue department, who, as announced
yes fc rday In a dispatch to the Associ
ated Press from Salomca. had been
captured by brigands.
The Salónica dispatch suld that the
British consulate at Monastir had re
ceived u package containing a human
ear. which, a letter accompanying the
package declared, had been cut from
Wills. The letter threatened that
Wills would be murdered unless the
brigands were paid a ransom of $5,000
not Inter than October 14.
Mr. Wills, who is about 2" years old
disappeared latt July. He Is a son of
an engineer who for many years has
been engaged In work In Turkey, and
a brother of Percy Wills, the British
consular agent at Ismld. Asia Minor
He served as a volunteer In the Brit
ish army during the Boer war and war-
returned Invalided, afterward securing
a position in the Turkish tobacco rev
enue department. He is of an adven
turous disposition and Is known to
have strong revolutionary tendencies.
I lie foreign office today rec eived In-
f 'rmntion regarding the laten devel
opments In the rase. It Is said that
llcbert W. Graves. British consul gen
eral nt Salónica,' had left for Moimstlr.
October 6, In connection with the re
ceipt of the severed ear. The ofllcla;?
here and persons closely connovted w ith
the Macedonian government are in
clined to believe that the ear does not
belong lo Wills, but was sent with the
idea that the ransom demanded would
be promptly paid.
FFAIt CASSAWAY DAYIS' NKP1IFAV
IS IN TIIK HANDS OF
Pittsburg, a., Oct. 10. The police
of Munhall are of the .opinion th.it-Cas-.iwiy
Davis, the ynuiii man who
worked under the name of Oliver Hall
as fireman In the Homestead Steel
Works tran."porlatln department, has
met with foul play. Although his
I'll rents, who live at Davis, W. Va.,
have not received any word which
would lead them to believe that he is
being held for rans iin. the detectives
who have been looking over the
ground In Homestead favor the Idea.
A Urge number of private detec tives,
employed by the young man's uncle.
Henry Gassaway Davis, are working
every possible clc w.
Pat Crowe Plemls Not Guilty.
Omaha. Xeb., Oct. 10. Pat Crowe
was arraigned In police court today on
the charge of shooting with Intent to
kill Patrolman Jackson and was taken
back to Jail. Tin- charge of highway
robbery In connection with the Cilda
hy kidnapping will be tiled against
Admiral Sito Dead.
'Tokio, Oct. 10. Admiral A. Sato. In
spector general of naval construction,
Is dead. His demise is deeply lament
ed in naval circles as a heavy loss to
( i.i:hksahi: wahnfd.
Attention Called to Hie 1-mv Hegiiril
ing CHinptilgii Contribution.
Washington. Oct. 10. The civil ser
vice commission Is preparing a circular
letter to all government employes
warning them against campaign con
tributions In violation of the law. The
letter I not unlike thofe ordinarily
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circulated when election campaigns " uou.i ..... ..... ........... n, .
are In progress, but the necessity forlong periods, while In o her armle
warning was emphaslxed by a discov- j Ihejr are promptly discharged; the
rv made bv ('ommlsloner Green, high admission rate Is n.i doubt due t.
when engaged recently In Investigating the present defective system of medl
rtifTr,..... hetueen liie nostmaster al cal examination of recruits.
Gi.shen. Ini'.. mi I his clerics.
Mr. Green reported lo tfl" commis
sion tint when the clerks were unoei
eXAiiiin itlon they told him that during I copimunltles w here the troops are sta
tin campaign of li02 they had eon-1 tloned. as n result of the general fall
trlhuted f per cent of their respective , urn to purify water and sewage In Am
salaries to the republican state om-
palgn fund, and that the contribution
were made through Culled States Cir
cuit Judge Itaker. who resides at tint
place, and when questioned on tne
subject Judge llaker Is fald to have
admitted the truth of the statement,
The sums contributed were not large,
and as It did not appear that tnere
had been a recent offense, the commis
sion did not feel Justified In miking a
formal charge against Judge Maker,
dlltniClU rUI IHCAIlANs
MILROAD OUT OF BUSINESS
Monterey, Méx., Oct, 10. Instead of
decreasing the strike of the firemen
on the Mexican Central railroad 1 In
creasing and the aspect of things Is
dallv growlng'more serious.
For four daya truffle from one end
of liie Monterey division to the other
has been at a standstill, and the strike
GOVERNMENT SUPERVISION OF
TRUST COMPANItS MT POPULAR
Bi Convention of Money Changers
in Washington Slowly Gelling
Its Program Under
Washington. Oct. 10. More than
2,000 bankers have registered at the
thirty-first annual session of the Am
erican Bankers' association, which
will convene in the new NaUonal the
atre here tomorrow. Several meetings
of the sections of the association were
held today when important action af
fecting various pha.et the banking
Interests were taken.
At a meeting of the trust company
section the question of federal control
of trust companli's was referred tr
somewhat evasively. No one came out
squarely In advocation of it. hut each
speaker voiced a decided sentiment In
favor of adequate Inspection.
The savings bank section voted tr
make an experiment in taking statis
tics of savings accounts throughout
A publicity section was organizer!
and various committee meetings held.
CLOSED BY STATE
HEAVY WITHDRAWALS C.-.CSE ()!
FAI1.C1M? OF COOPER
New York. Oct. 10. The Cooper
Kxchange Hank, a st;lte Institution al
N'o. 20. Avenue A. on the east side o'
this city was closed today by order ol
the state banking department.
An official of the bank said that the
closing was due to heavy withdrawals.
Texas Danker a Suicide.
Houston, Oct. 10. V, I!. Gray
cashier of the Commercial Natlona
bank of this city. 'shot himself twice
with a revolver today, dying almost In
stantly. He was abou t foul y yeaif
of agp, anil rated high in banking cir
cles. There is no plausible reason foi
the ait. The Commercial hank Is om
of the stnmsest Institutions In tin
FOR OUR ARMY
DISEASE RATE FAR A ROVE THAI
OF Al Í, El'ROPFAX MILITARY
.Washington. Oct. 10. Of the twenty-one
men of the t'nlted "States nrmj
killed in action 111 the past year onl
two were by gunshot, according tc
the annual report of Surgeon General
o'Klelly. Twenty-seven soldiers com- (
milted, suicide. Ten deaths were due
tfi homicide. Forty-five soldiers wen
drowned, 11 per cent of the total
deaths from all causes, indicating thai
the soldiers should be taught to swim
There was a decided Increase in Insan
ity, but this increase was not Incident
to the service. Of the eight v-clght sol
diers discharged for Insanity the dis
ease was noted as having been con
tracted before enlistment in twenty
two cases, and probably so contracted
In eleven more. Right soldiers were
discharged as Insane within three
months of enlistment.
An unfavorable showing is made foi
the American army in comparison
with other armies hi the statement ol
diseases fn the army. This Is more ap
parent than real. In the American
army the soldiers are admitted to sick
reports rind treated. In other armie'
Ihev are promptly discharged. Gener
al O'Kcllly says:
"The comparatively high Amerlcin,
death rale for tuberculosis Is explainer
bv the fact that In the I'nlled State.
army tuberculosis patients are sent ti
, . , , f ,.,
I "The undue prevalence of typholi
fever In the army Is partly explainer
by lis undue prevalence In the clvl
LYNCHED RY MOR
Memphis, Tetin.. Oct. 10.
Luther Millings, a negro, 27 years
old, was hanged by n mob nt
Brunswick. Tenn.. today. The ne
gro had attempted to assault a
Is without doubt (he most complete
ever attempted In -this country. The
firemen are getting a still better grll
on the situation, for today the ra II mac'
shops had to flose down because ther
was nothing for them to do. Th
strikers have tirade no demonstration)
of any kind. No attempt was made
by Wie rotul to operate trains.
President of Mutual Has Queer Views
About Uses to be Made of
i Other People's
New York, Oct. 10. The sessici
the insurance investigating commitiea
were terminated for the week at ad
journment loday, because of the death
nf S. Fred Nixon, speaker of the as.
embly of the legislature of New York,
it his home in Westfleld.
The testimony today did not elicit
my information of a sensational na
ture beyond what had been discovered
In the testimony of 'previous witnesses.
The feature' was the presence as wit
nesses of the executive officers of the
Mutual Dlfe Insurance company. These
were President Richard A. McCurdy
and Vice Presidents Granniss und Gil
lette. While It had been lilnted last week
tlint some expend I tures charged to le
vjal expenses might have been contri
butions tn campaign committees. It
was announced delinitely by Dr. Gil
lette that the Mutual Life contributed
S 10,000 to the republican national
cominltee last full, thai lit 100 :!.',
IKIO whs contributed anil hi 1H $1S,
000 whs given for campaign itiirp'"-
Dr. Gillette testllied that he paid
'hese amounts personally In cash, and
later In the day McCurdy said that
while he knew campaign contribution!!
'isd been made he did not know tho
imounts. He said that no contrlbu
lons had been made to campaign com
nlttees before lsfltt and that no con
tribution to state or municipal cam
lalgns have ever been made In this or
iny other slate.
President Granniss knew little about
the contribution to enmpaign funds,
'nit Justified thein on the same grounds
is President McCull, of the New York
' Ife. that the free silver plank In the
leniocratlc platform was a menace to
the Interests, of the policyholders.
PRESIDENT M'CCRDY WAS OX
HIE ST AX D l.li OF THE AFTER
VOOX S.ESSIOX. TOWARD THE
!LOSE OF THE SESSION M'CTRRY
MADE THE STARTMXO STATE
MENT THAT AX 1XSI RAXCE t)M
i'AX Y WAS XOT AX IXSTITITIOX ,
t'OCN DEI) TO MAKE MONEY FOR
I'HI? POLICY HOLDERS, 1UT WAS..
H SHOULD RE. A GREAT lMIIIiAX,
TIIROPIC FXTI.RPRlSE ICXDt'.D
TO INCREASE AND SPREAD ITS
ÍEXEIÍTS OVER, THE ENTIRE
"There has been a great mistake
made," be said, "about the real prov
ince of Ufe Insurance rómpanle In
these later years. people havn been
led to believe that the main purpose
was to make money for Its policy hold.
rs. in my view tnal is not tne pur-
ose of such companies. They are
leemosynary. When a man Insures In
company lie should take Into conspi
ration Che fact that he hn entered a
ireat phllanthroi 1c concern that is In
nt j bound to spread , itself, even
hough this growtti prevents him from
eallxing as much as be expected.
Rig Rill for I.um li.
Gillette teslllled th" t the Mutual
company paid iiZ.'! last year km-
lune heons for Its ce .cal force In mis
Ity. This was at the rate of almost
2f.O a day.
Xo Limit to I?xhmiw Fund.
From Ihe testimony elicited today,
It appeared that there Is no limit to
ihe money the Mutual' committee on
expenditures may authorize to lie
laid out. General Solicitor Gillette
idmlMed he could get J25.000 when
ever he pleased, witnoui eiiscio- o
he purpose for which It was l ''
ised. The Mutual' legal expense i
l!t04 were $3114.000, while those of tho
New York Ufe were $174.000. and
hose of the Etiultable $204.000. ine
Mutiláis expense tn 9 were
Lr..47S,S39. In 1903 were $6, .21,3-.
Hid in 1)4 $7,199. r.30.
INJIILL Sfl ING
HIG CROWDS ATTEXD OPENING
DAY OF THE CHAVEN t)l XTY
Special to the Morning Journal.
Itoswell, N, M., Oct. 10. The Roh
cll fair opened today with large at
tendance In plte of clouds and threat-
nlng ruin. The weather Is cold nn'l
tux of the kind to encourage a holldiy
crowd, but the people keep on coming
In and everything points to success.
Several races were pulled off today
w I tilt considerable attention to the
bookmakers. The principal exhioits
ire in horticulture, although the floral
exhibits are fine. C
Ilion the Only .liirrliig Xole.
Washington. Oct. 1 6 If there I any
tarring note In the welcome the south-
rii states are preparing to extend to
'he president during his trip to New
irlean this month It will arise from
he cotton report soiindsl In the e!i
iiirtment of agriculture. The Southern
!otton Growers' association, through
'ts president and secretary, has an
nounced 1(4 belief thst Secretsry Wil
son should retire snd ha repudiated
V.. S. Peters, the association's vice
tresldent. who csme out in support ot
Mr. Wilson. It may be tht the grow
ers will tell Ihe president that his sec
retary's administration has been in
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