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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
THIRTY-FIRST YEAR, Vol. CXXII. No. 8. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, MAY o, I1 Mail 60 rUi. 1 Month; Single Coplct. 6 rviit. Ily t'urrk'r 410 ccnlit a month. BOYLE WOMAN FIGHTING tWomp and Ceremony Attend T HREATEnS s INSISTS ON BIG NAVY PREFERS DEATH TO' PRISON SENTENCE -'Billy" Whitla on Witness Stand Bares Story of How He Was Carried Off by Accused Couple, Hy Uurhlng Journal Snetlal Iun4 Wlrl Meier. I'ii., May 7. ltelying en tirely llIOU tllelr cdlltolUion lluit till' Pennsylvania courts have mi jurisdic t j , 1 1 : in In r case, counsel . for Sirs. Janus Lloyle, charged with aiding am! abetting the kidnaping f "Hilly' Whilla today refused to of lor any evi dence in Iiit behalf. Arguments will hi' mailt' tomorrow. Thr prosecution's claim that Airs. lloyle participated in this stair in a conspiracy to kidnap the boy will be combatted by the de fense, which will endeavor ty have her tinned over to the authorities, at I'levelan il. The mate's testimony was in g rial the same as that givi ii yesteriluy in the trial of James Hoyle but sum additional witnesses testified. One of the Cleveland policemen testified thai she said when arrested: "I am the frail little woman wli planned the whole thing." The J lliii 1 J i M of the ransom mnncv secreted in her clothing was also test! lied to. Throughout thi' proceedings Ho., f nuil his wile apparently desired to bring mil the name of another part n id lo have been connected with tin CHS,.. Tonight Sirs. Hoyle said: "liotli -Jimmy unU myself have tried have not It is not be heard myself I I go to III tell the l hole story. V lieell infill it ted to do so. justice. Kverylhlng should uinl thrashed out. As for will eomnilt suicide before till' liellitelltiiil'V." To avoid any repetition of last even lug's di ministration of hostility toward tin- woman, wln-n the numen of Mer cer bud applied prohioiis , ,,;Ua Is t,. lar, the prisoin r was driven tn the unlit house In n closed carriage. "Hilly" Whitla. the kidnaped boy :is Hie first witness. 1),. repented Kiilislaiitnilly his testimony or yester iin k i veil in the casi' against Jain, s II. lloyle. Heclarlng lie had not had a fair trial uinl that he wauled to tell the whole Until about kidnaping, .lames r.oyle rented a commotion in the court I'l'iin and was with difficulty pre MTiteil from telling his version of Hie affair. Hoyle was put on the wit hiss stand for the state and asked t pnnlile,. the first let tu- to Whitla do in.'tiiiling tin, noil ransom. Without any reference to the letter, lloyle ni nes! shouted. "I want to tell the whole truth "limit this ease now. I want the whole thine, cleared up. I was not to blame. 'I'lie whole blame was on some one else " Alloiueys for both slate uní dc lease, court oflicuil.s ami Judge Miller; Ihinscir took part in the effort to stop ll'i.v le's tongue. He finally denied having the letter Haying he had once laid it and the .subseiiueiit li .-tiers, but Hint he- did nut know now where they I were. Miss Mills. proprietor or tie 'hanger apartments in Cleveland, wli' ie "Hilly" says he was kept, ideiit i'i'd lloyle and .Mrs. Hoyle as the con He who had rented an apartment from '' r on March is, giving the names of Mi. and Mrs. U. u. Walters. James .'. Whitla related his si an U ' ""' stolen buy, the receipt ol let lemandiiiK ransom and convey -instructions and the recovering of I'lS So,,. ;iykl.,l f,,,. ,U. ,.,t,,ri ''"I "aid he had returned them wild Hi" money. offered copies and 'la -y were placed in evidence. "Hilly" Whilla was recalled and '1' ntified two of the letters fib ,1 a " Maes (,f those he had written at the ''"latum of "Jones." v A. Shattuek, of the Cle eland ''"'ce force, testified that Hoyle. yhv '""'sled said: I do Hot know the woman. I hap I" in d to meet her on the stri.-t and fe asked me to escort her to the de- PROFANELY OPPOSED PROPOSED DISARMAMENT Nation Will Have Bunch of Trouble if Military Establish ment is Allowed to Deteriorate Says Evans, . Illy Morning Juurunl Sun-lid Lotted tVtrJ Colorado Springs, Colo.. May 7. "I shall oppose disarmament until h I freezes over and the devil gm-n skat ing." calmly but with characteristic emphasis whli h left no doubt of hi.-, meaning to be conveyed. Hear Admiral Hobby I). Hvans, United Slates navy, retired, tonight expressed his conclu sions regarding a movement to achicvr universal peace through disarmament. "There can be no peace except with a strong armament. The prouosition is precisely the same as if a town should dispense with Hi marshals and deputies. The city witli its police I'orce, and a state with Its militia. How- long do you believe peace would be preserved under such conditions? Now the navy and army constitute tin.' police force of tin1 nation, and we will have our hands filled with trouble unless they are maintained In lull strength and to a high degree of efficiency." Catholic Dedication Rites CHURCH RECEIVES HOLY WATER OF CONSECRATION ARCHBISHOP PRONOUNCES BLESSING ON EDIFICE Nearly Half Hundred Boys and Girls Today Will Receive Their First Communion: Hundreds Witness Prclimi nary Exercises, i'h CONGRATULATES PUPILS ON SKILL WITH RIFLES the city hie: llll- es-sillji The n uiaculat, terday r from the Kev. J. I! masses vvei of the blei ried out and th of Ilenvi r di'livel mon. I he exercises were attended be practically every member of the rogation and many oilier impressive and slg- Tllodeled chui Conception in this ceiled the formal archbishop of Santa Fc, Most I'ilaval: high and low sung, (he pretty ceremony ing of the bells was ear- Kev. father Harry I an impressive kv."- church con people, and nificaut lo Washington, May 7. A congratula tory message was today sent lo acting Secretary ol War nhicr to the Morris high school of New York city, on win ning the interscliool galh ry rifle shooting championship of the United States with a record score of 'jr,S or in average of '.:.'' for each boy. Tin prize is the. Aslor Trophy. 1 hi! ty public and priite schools of elemen tary grades throughout the countr1 competed. I'all'll School was repre- nted bv a team of I'M boys, each fil ing ti'ii shots standing and ti n shots prone on a target with a one-inch bnlls-cy,. at fifty feel using cali bre rifles. Till- highest possible score 1. lino points. The high individual score was made by Carlield v , Lar son, of the St. Haul, .Minn., high school, win, made a record of III! (this out ol a possible. 1(10.) tiltil May l'as Lottery Hill. lavaua. May 7. The house today lebated tin- national lottery bill. Th e probably will be taken Monday when, on account of weakening of the conservative opposition to tin measure. Hie bill probublv will hi assed. CHINAMAN MUST STAND TRIAL I'o ,-Tified tin she WU.S ar- lieeman Shattuck t 'lain had suid. whin i t, d. 'here vvi be something doing in iron tomorrow Thai little l, "ill liaiu his oyes burned out " I oiiceinan Frank a Wood of Cleve. testified thai Mrs. Hollo said " after ;,er arrest: Jll--t think of it i .o, Mi,- ir.i.i man is In, ol , en, , l 1 1,,, u in, i, "' " She F.ild later: "Huhl will i, sorry ir tliis tomor- That child's ty.s will be bnriu "Kb Ul, j abu) lieutenant Albi rt ; " land poll l1'" wife were laid ' We xpi et, d this when 'i- job 'an i "'i k si 1'Uld, bit! Government Resolved to Break up Alleged Conspiracy for Smuggling Celestials Into Country, (Hr Marnlnc Journal Sver-tai Win San Amonio. Tex., May 7. l'.y the ruling of the federal court entere 1 here Hob Heiing. a wealthy Chlnaiiiau of Kl I'aso. must be removed to Chi cago to stand trial on a charge of eon t i:ki;aiomi:s h- i luxiiv ,r i:i:i,v noi i; The (.'ereinonies of the day began at o'clock when Archbishop i'itaval. ac companied by a number of priests and aeol.vtes colored the main body of Hie church from the sanctuary and by sprinkling holy water on the walls, stations of the cross and church orna-ment.-i. and the r, vitation of appropri ate prayers, de. Healed the edifice for ever as a temple of (iml. The arch bishop then went oulsldc the church and blessed the exterior of the build ing. Although the hour was ipiiie early a large eroivd of people had as-' scmbled and silently participated in the cereiuoiiies. The archbishop and his assistants then re-entered the church, followed by the congregation, where 111:, (.'race la-gan the celebra tion of low mass, the first to be peli -bralcd In the new church. Iiuring mass a large number ol people re ceived holy com in union at Hie hand, of the archbishop. At 111 o'clock, Kev. A. iJocher sang high mass, assisted oy Kev. .1. (. Splinters, celebrant, and I'.ov. Albert Iiaeger, l. V. M., sub-deacon. The music rendered during the mass vva very elaborate. At the conclusion of the mass Tiev. Father l-.'dward Harry. S. J., of Denver, delivered an eloquent sermon, during- which he congratu lated the pastor, liev. A. M. Maudalall, and the members of the Iinmaculale Conception parish upon the effort anil sacrifice they hail made to build th'1 the new church. Falla r Harry, how ever, remaindeil his hearers that vvhlli It was beautiful and consoling to think that, they had bullí a magnirieent tem- iised as the house of Hod. must not overlook the tact losiivs thai they shall build Ives a. permanent, home in , . . - k V.,. . i . ', ' , '1 .. '-. . , i! ', ' ' I W 1 1 t . V " 1 S I ' J , X ' ' V ' - w . t 1 ' J ' , 1 ' , . i- I - , ( ' " ' , - ' : ' ' , rS . , : " . - ; - : I'J. - ' A . Y , 1 , ' I i 'I 1 7 j , ; - V t . , . ' - I I CAPTAIN MAY BE SEN TO ASYLUM ilAINS GENATE FIXES T I" V. I V i lli i; . M. MvlAI,Ai:i, S. .1. I'HHor IniniiK iiliili' oiiecption ( bull h. l''oui'lh street, vvbei'c ihe Sacred Ileal1 chlll'i'l w stands, Considerable op position developed regarding tin bud I. lug of the church in thai location, however, and it was Imam decided t-i build it on North Sixth slni-i on an other ploi of ground ow iii , hv the Jesuit Ka I hers. The Atlantic & I'm lie railroad Com pany, now the Santa Fi Coast lines, mainlaiued lis general oiiics in Allm 'III' ! liUo at that lime ,nnl the ollielal of the road voluide, ri d lice trans portation I or I he chin cb mail-rial in c-iss-aly to build Ihe church . 'lio- of- lei- was gratefully ace, pi. d and a number of carloads of building stone Were hauled to AliilelUi ripie ( 11,111 flagstaff vvthoul charge for lb, freight. Work on the in u building progressed rapidly and Fallar Fed.' celebrated the first ma -is In I In- edi fice on Sunday, July 7. Is Ml. As A 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 11 grew. Ihe liorna ciilale Conception parish grew iilro. until the capacity ol Hie church was taxed and people w ' i e unable o gain t ' "; - ioe a ! ma - ,l 'ic -v , v ic e Two years ago It was realized to.n sonieihiug musí I"- dole p, r, Neve l!c situation. The proposition of buililiii.: an ,-iilirely new i lunch was consid ered nl some lelii'.lli, bill was aban doned and II was llnally ilceiib d lo l , Ian d model a nd eulai ge I ! old work vi as begu u on .'d ay I spite the hard limes pn ing IIINN, the parishioner eliurcb I. Univ. val, -lit s ami pie spiracv t" smuggle Chine United Slates. The suprd the United States to whii h torney gave notice of app the (lei isioll. I.eung, liol.el t St, phi ns. railroad man, ami Carlos ami Jose i'arra, Mexicans and the border, are held into th , court of euug's at I, reverses , a form 'arlv adara ,1 I d Ha s under tb same con hi been road Chin,- Hie p charges of complicity mad ction with what appears to have a remarkably underground rall- svslcm for the importation of se into the Unite, I Slabs with it of entry at Kl i'aso and in th, terminal at Chicago. CRIPPLE BOY SENTENCED FOR BLACKMAIL ATTEMPT i nk." Walker, of tlo :e, said w hen J!ov Ic and brought in Mrs. lloyle W.tllOgo. I back novels, s duetioll and a atrocities wen in.. .May 7. Vellow ,i i, s of Un- hitl.i al' ollllts of "H!a. I-: llatei" t low nfall of lllia Ashuiaii. a foul te.-n-v ear-old erippl'-i bov who was today Sen', le e,l to Ho I ri formatory until lie reaches Ins m.i j,,rit. Ashman il- a letbr to 1.. I! r.. acb. l.l'c-ld, lit of the Warn. -go I Slate bank, demanding that lo- pay planned I ,,:, i noil failing w hich. Ashman Vou have cot the cimmIh on us 1 .,. ,,..,1 i,, kidnan the bankei s ten- ain hot afraid they will take in, j . ,..,r.,,, ,1 uitliter. SI, to Sharon." Mexllll i,t M n,l 'I 'd will Millions. -The chamber passed a bill pro- lile expenditure of $Ji.- for public improvements in Jt is beli'-ved th x"u City. iav 7. vi initio i,.a ... "oiiiu for 'hc fedrral district I' the endte. I'ici-y 'utility Xuti'H Wi't- Mount Vernon. Ind., May 7 I'osey unty is the sixth Indiana county to i t under the local opino, i.t". having today d.cidcl by a majority of 144 to retain the saloons. The majority if th- laigest yet obtained by the Is "' at. to III still they I hat Mod for theni heaven. Uric-fly Ihe distinguished Jesuit pointed out the road to salvation and admonished his hearers to live upright Christian lives and to preserve their souls from sin which the speaker said was Hie cause of all the trials, tribu lations and sorrows hi the world In da y. Father Harry i a very Impressive preiu her ami it is likely that inanv people will avail themselves ol th" opportunity to hear him belore he re turns to his home in Denver. Ho bl preach at the HI o'clock mass this morning and also al ine i a o ciocn mass tomorrow morning. Itlessiiii ol' t hr Iti-IK Attired In cope and mitre and with his rrozicr in his hand. Arcbl,isho I'itaval veslerdav aft, rnoon official, d at the blessing of the three hells, which will call the faithful of the Im maculate Conception congrégalo!! to worship for many years to come. The ceremonies were witnessed by many people. The bells were mounted on a movable platform and placed Imme diately In front "f the main entrance to tlui church. Tin y were beautilull;. decorated with flowers and i-vei greens, each bell being P-stoum d with carna tions, roses, lilies and other flowers. and various colored rib! s. Tic archbishop sprinkled each li-ll in (urn with h'dy water, annoiiit.il them with holy oils and reclt.-d th" mes-arv pr,l ers incident to Hie eel elllollies, l-aich b'-ll was given a name, and a number of prominent meml.eis of the eoiigrcgaliou of'i. iated as sp, , nsera for lliem. At, Ho- conclusion of th" services the bells were boi-t',1 o tin steeples of the chut, h and al. ,r, o'clock were rung f',r lb,- first time. Archbishop I'itaval being the first r son lo ring tin in siioi:r iiiv'(h:v or imm - I i.a i i; o i ,im ion nit urn The corn, i stmio "I the I iiiiiiaciil.n, nneepliotl i bun II ,1 lam early in in- year lS3. not long aft.r the i i- ing oí tin- rail d. IT, vioos to tha' lime the few Catholic families in lien A lbil,ller,iie attended tin- San Felipe de Ni ri cliur, h in old I own. About fifteen families formed th" nurl-ns ol the new Immaculate .inception con gregation and Kev. Father K.d fv J.. wan appointed pastor of the new par ish inl commissioned to proceed wltn the rrectioii of a church. It wad at first l,i(i,oseil to build the church on the corner of .Mover menue and' pei-sons conl rlbul 'I liberally to building fund, Willi lln result contractors were kept busy on lb, striicllon work Iroui lb" lime It stalled until f ini.-dn d about two w ago. The approximate The I le dm -dhcr I le thal Coll W ,1. hltl-ch is J I ."..(mil i a ,. gelher Willi the $l(!.(iiin or il.'.tino ex pended in the original structure makes marly , 'Id, 000 which the Cat hollo have conii'ibutcd to Ihe building of a house of worship. The m-vv church has a seating capacity of over a thou sand pi ople. Of imposing appearance from Ihe oiilside the nal beanly ol the edifice cannot be apple, dali d un til Hie ilnerlor lias b,-, n seen. Lighted wilh many electric bglils, healed by .-bain ami with an ampl, s.vslcm of v -nl i la i ion, I In- chin i h is modern in eVl I.V lb lilll aild ÍS ill i-VetV IcSpecl jl model place lor li. purpose lor which il is intended. The steel ceiling Is al I r,n lively pa Hi! id In wlillc. I ,-liu ill' i! W llile the wall- ale ,'i lulilei I I'rograui tor loilay. o'clock mass al t lo- church small luis a ii I ir I ii st coinniu I lln- archbishop CI IlleC al.'lle ol LUNACY COMMISSION UNDER CONSIDERATION Now Believed Pmb.iUo That Annis Slayer May Shaie Fate oí Hairy Thaw in Madhouse For Criminals, lty Morning .liMiriml M, Flushing, . V . yiav I'ctcr C Mains, slaver , Annis, may K' tin wa.v t,il I I'tlM'll Wll-r) 7. Captain f Wililain K of Marrv K of lib gold. The A I Ihe i i I ; rnini; lotly-s ill Id iv e .l nimi 1 1 "in t he h i mis ad v a tic ing dow u Hi the church lo -In-I '1,-lve ill , I. I -.,. s t:ev ell y en i s ol, ,tl , ' angels who w ill scall pathway of Ho- adv. cauls, ii- aia s of 1 1 Ii "in 1 1 i j ! 1 1 1 1 1 bell nit'iiv is a v cry a-, 1 1 'I'll,' Ills! i iiinuilllii posed ol I .'i nc.- I J,,M Imiso A iriiijn, H t , , 1 1 1 1 i a od COKt ,f the e SAYS AIRSHIP WILL F CUT SILL CURE III WARFAR E I"!! I'll II U c Jl I' I . Kl. I lull id Chaves, ( 'larclt Ma unce I ,ci I'niM-l Hlchald Arm, ha Loman C. Ilubbell, A II, crt Joseph I aili ii i c I.ellhain, A, I, laid II. I'.crnanl t'lancls Mono) ri on. Albeit ib ibai.l Nicolacl, ,i,s,.ph N'iielaci. A III bony I : icrha nls. l-;,i in Slaliz. l-'ra a l Tb'i in V a na Alll'ella. A p ml. o -a, l:,.s.ii,,, I ;ii.ab,l Ii Ann Hreiin i a. ,l ana I iv c, A nil, i ( la rcia. l . d.-in un rill- loud ill, T. I .- -.I .I ll, II. loll, line Kb., bel h Kcl' In i ,i-ii. b r. Flol lln- I 'l.il-e I,. In man, Sa nib o a I, A iiivl i i I .imiisc pi ce, ileil I 1, 1 1 IS to) It , I I lo liplo.'Ol flowers In tb I ill.-; , "UllllUlll latter ranging its 'I bis ci-i'i olie. class is eon A ill oinc Haxler 'S, pll Cow,- ink Council luido Kloliil ii " I. about .'obl-ll Melirj or Mi ri h r ii. John Mor N, ad. A i A I lia da Veteran Naval Oflicei Declaics Battleships Offer Pour Taigcl For Missili-s F rom Ahove, l By Mortiliiic J 'cd hui-ilnl l.nd Hlr I'tain , l-'tal. s loll-N'e-v in New li b a ('. Fremont, tb ship Mis, Ii ans harbor theory tn.it I'.v M. lln Hit. it He relegated navigation. I he said: "I id y oil . f rom the s, o into a hat on is just about . drop a Ivibliii upon a balile 'ITie euriciils , shell to fall tl at in . mi no thing of Ii, ii i, .s.i l-tlol sing , ilm lis III i,l -I,, a, gr, ; i ,i -y shell HI' I lc S'llll r a Ir, i will ail- place oil ,,l,ly. ' nl can in Itav I-..M i-.i I a . hip w I 1 1 1 s 1 1 IJ 1 1 1 1 Ml lile lia 1 1 1 1 1 1 he mill : i a oiaii'1' I build, tu: ' thai as it l- t" a n ail: ni' .-iNlliilll'.lll an-- He ,cr Ib il I II. , l ; poli, I ry I ,' ' Males .Vbilll, yiry yin, 1. 1-. , 1 1 1, ami Mao. I Al lb,- , mili")! Ula: Kivll.g Ii." i ' i , 1 1 1 II 1 , ' 1 1 ' i : ma. iil.il,- ( fea-l. pi. -I await I i i , l feature of l.ll' Ml' i "hint .1, II in- May iiigblin. Hupp. Xol-lue I Icol g, I ll.lcl Abbott A ,'itii io I I' l l ha Cath I 'all, s l,a M, Hilda Mat.-r Marl in Honor :-w ilzi i A un i- mi 1 1 1 - i i, a in I be, a w i .1 bv Al ns, I Is s 111 In l-r I haiil-."-I. Hie find lo the lin 'I. W hele ,-, a hers will ,e a pieltv ii ii ni te r of .1 mi iv In I 111 lor Hi in. Th I l 11 I. ll lllsh I ' to bring about Hi a ir by a oy .- carry a got, vi oubl dii -, I do w n ward pi o i . 1 1 n- "it w ill b, ll. al,-. V al , 1 nai igatiou la ' s a s' o tr, me da tig, i I" I b, na world and n '.- !l 'o vet- b. i sola, I, II. i pío pelillo; a gas eugi te . H ha ; b. ,, an aerial . s . is le l,,p .. Shot I nil tboi mile, lad , ny t lung il s, f P I oil ll II I " -.ion a nil pi ni I 1 1 I' I Ionia lit sell ices 1 1 , 111 be til" most III! '. - -I , e ol ' bole sel l. S, II It i; 1 1 I gl cell, a III! tlo- ll ,1 i lis' ll l I i ti i --1 1 1 1 1 In i in i I a 1 i o a ma t bl" w ot I, 1 1 ,' 1 1; 1 1 1 1 I c lit pa i ll! i tig i if III- I -a st beet, su- pi leb .1 illilioaii; p. r ha l b il -i cross -11 is ! He oi-i 1 main alt 'I is ,,r ' l,,l hie al'l rid . . 1 1 ll ' dt a Is of the saueliia II. , -on. tr, 1,'tc. I I 1 1 toon i.- v o Ho- iihiiriic. of Ho A ,! b t il . -1 u I -i. o III. have I the in Ple.l. Mil I'lm long He I III,- o!, I fill ,1 id, ,-n , -p, -, ibnieb 1' -s r Thaw, who killed Staiioa'd While, ll was said a ti, r tod.iv'a session the llallis trial thai If llains is ac,inl 1,'d "ii ihe ground of Insanity Ihe conn inav deem it neces-ai-y In order a lunacy commission o hi.pilic Into In ple-ellt menial eolldltioll. Tin giving of lestiiuonv was prac HcaMv liiilshed today. un .Vloudai both sides will sum HI' and Justice larretlson probably will charge lie .1 1 1 1- Tue.dav. Three hours will he allow ed each side for Ihe t lililí ap peal to Hie Jury. Ihstrict Aiioruey Hewitt said today lluit he could not see "any other IV m 1 1 1 but a verdict of "guilty as charg ed 111 Hie Indictment." Counsel lor the defense, declared mi Ihe nlhor hand the.v feel sure ol their di, ill's acimutal. Mosl of I he dav ' si! up wllh the testimony three Insanity experts, pressed Ihe opinion pro hypothetical uuestiou ,l pi osl-eulioli, thai Capia aiie al Ihe lau. In- sl A n ins. The dislriet allorniy did not dill Mrs. Aiiul- , the w He ol Ihe murder, I man as had been xpo Ii d. I'nlh-cinun lv ll Fallon to.lified that In- i-a w i'ii pla in I In ins at t b Flushing police sl ii I Inn after the shout ing. 'o i it ,n ii Halas wrote a I, legrini and asked Fallon I', M-nd il. Tin' li.'. trlci altornc.v pul the I' 1,-gram In v I deuce. It nuil: "Have shot AnuK Cmuo lo Flic.li nig police si.uton slgma' I l l-n Hit " Tin- wit in s.-i described I la lus' it, pcaniiice and coinliii l. al the Hum u ralioiia! Ion was taken of the stale's They all ex ilíate, 1 oil He cpurot by lb in Mains was nd mid killed SCHEDULE LEAD ORE RATE FIXED BY DINGLEY ACT REMAINS IN FORCE All Repuhlieans and Two Demo crats in Agieement; Senator Owen Makes Speech Advoc ating Income Tax, M, the lCnery, of duty and routnli T. Mai 7. Not him', : of Hie steam, i tl, nl' w 1 1 Ii-ll pol l found, red. Tin reports bav iu: ig I like Meaiiiei' M ill lie, Mil P.. is known of Ho- los Shores al M uni iug sin- is said lo have steamer P iivsnui g i, tliioiigh drifting v niglil luar Sable point ai;,- conos,, o ,,, o i-o,-. boat and u cabin. I her lion dial some sl, am bclwij ii M musing point. PATHETIC RECORD OF STRUGGLE ii This bous, e Is II, has l and Whit lasl wl cell . yawl -s- ,11 losl i- Fish WITH DEATH Jiary of Dead Piospector I ells inini Stfirv o Losing Hi'lu t " ' J Against Deadly Disease, Illy Mondón J Silver! I , mountain Hoc las h . i e body o! I. , yea IS of on bl-. ion lb s frolll In Hv the side i.uroxl Huih-IhI 'olo , life IT l,r,n,ril Wlr May 7. - A tragedv mailing in i'iiiii"- . o light today w h, n Fli tas, a pi te pi ctoi was I'Mind lot far habitation. 1"IH l u ml of the body lay a dial V aula! ions beginning I " ', tuner . a, ling January 2. Tins l"ld He 0 y of l icita ,' struggle for lib I b, 1 l j allium w le in fairly I' gild' ,,l,g Hut as Ho, .li'..-e which ail laid hold ol Mo- nan i I a, .at -. pin, i nl l fu I e IO.I VI ,,'ala "Oinii: vi , ,,, or, In is III 1,1 I ll 1,1 I :,,,,n-'. i s.d day by , , a scrawl a I in . lulu i :. And on lb, .lavs Hi. nolal I ti r 1. 1- v. oi c is lo aili, ' "i I, p. no.,!, I able lo IIO.V He noli pn, I an u role " I -t I, v - spoke ilill'ill I , I'Olt. .. mow im taken .. neo ol iil" -llln I n the old , nil, da ll" w l"t. A lev. o I dm: I .lav, fit. , lo ' i vi a 1 1 1 'in I Ii ,1 , 1 1 I-. I'. Mniliioi-i- lllilliio . M i l.g tonight lie I ml. t, lar- s,,,;,. ( b io rai h oad i. ted tO inl-e , l.l t Hie mo, t.n- Halt, Ulol, iV rim? a b.oii ' The strike wa- l a Hi (t the ere o I. a pn ee i ole p . Mav III. -bit - of tic llliia I i llld th ill till I b: i Mliki - l . d ug sin rk l,i - Hall too ig al-Oil s actual tin- s',,, being ( ,! I by au ordei p.- at M ..inl- lb ' I ,l.i L'l, in 1,1 ioi ,1 I Ii ..p. li lb a. i . . i W ! Ill lie till III .)-Ute t' irinii p"i---: niaiiy yen labois. and - many y- I .Mai - lab 'I lot v lil ilí pul- j I I W ,s, If I I ioi In taa ,' fl nits .a may H l . I e . t ' I I mm, o a la i pil-.el .I'.'' Hie l lltlg i . . Illl to Still .lanil.it ' I Hi ' mat ki d ... Wa il III I . I. all, I I ill, r I. thai le s'.a.-k. Tlo "i as be dial; i I lot I lo ce 1 ,1 aid l ed.. ' I. . Ill j: l. l.ll ,!,! I, mat v Illy Morning Jouriiiil StM.,iul ImmxI U'lra Washington. May 7.- The seiiatu voted today lo fix Ihe duly on Ira-I contained In lead ore al one ami ..t hair cents a pound which is the rati' it ihe HiiiHley lavv and of the pciiilnr bill as il was passed by the house. Fifty-three senators, iiicliidlng ull republicans present uinl Scliatorsi Hughes of Colora, lo lioulriaiui, voted for nineteen democratu voted against it. Tile vote was not slu n 1 fb'a ii t . 1'iii'Iiig the day Senator Chipp of Mmn. sola, spoki al length in favor of law, ring the tariff duties und Sen ator nwen of Oklahoma upheld th coiisliiutlonallly of an Incomiv ax. When the lead schedule was taken up Senator Stone t,,k Issue with lila r, publican colleague. Air. Warner, In lutle.s provided In the bill, declarltitf that the rates of Ihe house hill were sulTlcloul to protect the aivut lead In- I li vt i y- id' Ills slate ami that the In creases made by- the Menatti coinmltti'rt inanoo were uniieccHsary for that Industry. "In my opinion," continued Mr. Stone, "one and one-hait cent a pound on I, 'ml ore is, more than it oiiuhi to be even froiii tho HtniHlpoInt ol ,he pr,,l, cliouist and T will vote to pul II down o im,, cent." In the opinion of Mr. Carter, it de. el, led majorltv of the senate wua In accord with the lead Industry. Th late of thr, e-fmirths of a cent, it pi. and, he declared, was ruinous, H leb tilled the Aldilcb late of uno and on, -hall ceiils a pound on tho ground to a il woi.ld .,H III keeplllH- ul tlio mili Hi, s connected with the mlnlnit oiM-raHoiis of thi) cifimtry In a healthy tale. Ic -liming his opMositlou to levying any duly on pig had In addition to the duty of one and ohi'-lmir CflltM . pound provided for t he lead ur hy thr larilf 1,111, Mr. Itrlslow declared that It rusts no more to make pig lead In this country 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 abroad. Mr. Hrislow M as Interrupted by Sun lit,, is Aldrlch, 11,-ybiiru, Horali, Sinoot, Si il ho la ml and others, all contending that the labor cost In produi'UliR leml was enough greater than abroad to justify the differential of f Ive-clglilln f a cent a pound ns proposed by th oiiimltlee on limince. Mr. Itrlstovv lid he would offer In, opposition to the proposed duty on lead in ore lo oms" of loiiilltlotiH hut protested against any additional duty on pli luiiil. Sviii'ilor Kil'ollettn read from a newspaper a statement of all agree ment among the lend interests of tlnv world by which tiny were assured of harmonious acllon In the mutter of living prices. Tho Hlaleineiit ulso de clared that the (iiiggeiihciniH anil oth er gnat had producéis and imiliulac luicis were Included In the o, ml, bia tlon Mr. l.aFollelle then said that some years ago he had aoiuired lead and zinc on- producing property III Wisconsin and for that reason woubl withdraw his vole on the lead sched ule. A vole was taken on I'oiiimltteii aiiieiulmenls lo Mi ction 171, tho effect of which was only to fix the duty on b ad conla Im 'I hi bearing ore at one and one-nun ceiiTs i pounn win. was tin- amount carried In the 1)111 an d by the house of representa - lives and the anieiulmeiit wius agrccu by a vol" of to tV. , COSILY BLAZE SWEEPS SMALL NEVADA TOWN lioldll d bv al niiiiii ', lock I, I. Nov. II CpoS cale al this a l'l,- . May 7. Kirn start on of gasoline in thn l'loneer. Nev., at I rnoon. destroyed th ,11.1 hues of bull, bugs on obth sides f Main slict lor n distance of block and a half 1 he flumes wrrf) faiim-il bv a heavy wind ami thnlB was no vval.r with which to fiRht th: lln. wbi.li was simply allowed in born itself out The damag') is esti- in a, ai.iiiiii lin- occurred 'Upper low tlslle 1 1 ii : bl ings, ail w hat Is known ' About tw'en iranii', Tcr I In ll. lasl J bad f a ii' 11 1 , "111 III' ha in i: Mm-s' iv'ar Mi . M Vol k. .VI.. I ort line 1 Í one, fo: laws, ha o, a pi, foltline i ei,, , l. he gave legs ma , I'li.-'I'-v W tie- lotue-r liank'-i who is now T.oobs ja non und. r s-nlelue , latino of the nation. I banking or, not a sitan- ol sl.,, k. a. bond , , of leal estille b it ol' Ills ,f au estimated value of $::o. I, iiii'tlini: to iviib n, - iv hiih III siippb mcntary proceed e public today. I lrnt livnainit .Tall. W avo l-., T' lin , May 7 Purlnir i- night rid. r trial lu re today, Will Abb, ,11 ,1, atol much excib mi nt by npuitiiig thai th" night riders; at large no, pi, paring t tlynanittn thift (ail ilunng this trial It Is ulso ru mo, i d that dim, unte was f mud ia . e., al lin- jail. Mlegol I :mls ler .lllitl ll. S,l,.,ne. Ua.-li, May 7.- H. Her. beii Audi i ion. late president of th, I'luiii.iii.ll,- Siiielliiig eoiiipany at Pon deral, mar Saml Hoiut, Idaho, wuh o .pi. tied on a preliminary hearing to il a v of the charge of , ml,, Kiclmn ÍI.7S0 of the company's funds. It na shown in the t. stoo, un that And, imou's j r sonal account ami that of the biliclt- iii! company na couibln,. J. - O