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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
THIRTY-FIRST YEAR, Vol. CXXII. No. 41. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1909. U) Mull &U eta. a Mouth: Single Ooplp, 6 iiu. Ity Carrier (HI it'tilN a month. DISASTER ATTENDS TEST TRIP OVER NEBRASKA Scat. 1 loss Bas Ex- Passengers Get Off When Muse Gas plodes After Traveling Hun dred and Twenty Miles, ARMY BALLOON MEHMED VNOW WRECKED IN REIGNS IN LANDING TURKEY NEW SULTAN GIRDS ON SACRED SWORD OF OSMAN us false, nuuii' with lite olJcit thruuhiK tin' r. .-piMisiliility un the Ar unmans to just it y the numerous ar rent Christians, which, it Is 1c polled, continue. ly Morning Journal Hdim-IiiI CejKeJ Wlrl iiniaha, Xob., .May JO. Army bul imia ."n. 1-. which ascended from Kurt Omaha shortly after II o'clock today, landed at Jackson, Xeli.. at tj : í T this l 1 1 i 1 1 K I lllfl k illff U land ills' III'' a Iiuíí exploded u few feet ulmve the h't'il -i"1' ";s destroyed, but neither Captain Chandler nor I,ieiitenaiit Ware, who make the fliulit. ere seriously injured. Lieutenant Ware tonight lieelared tliut aside from the destrurtion of the üis ba.:, the flight was entirely a sue riss. I'uplain Chandler heliees thai ule at a hie.li altiluile the nas ban lliianie ell.'ll'Keil Willi static electricity mil thai coin. let Willi tile earth pro ilueeil an electric .spark which set fire t(i the hit; ban. 'J'lie aseension was made from Fort Omaha at ll:lá to iluy and was stiorvised by ('a)ilaiu Chandler, assisted hy a iletaeh mi nt of trained signal eorjis men. The bal loon siarteil nor! h as soon as it was well In the air and soon crossed the Missouri river. Jt followed the fíen eral cutirse of the river for nearly a liuihlred miles, the flight following n n rust-nor! h westerly direction. The highest altitude reached was 4lmi feet. A fair breeze carried the bus at a tliirly mile Kail the first hour Later I was becalmed for an hour and a half. The wind tlicu sprung iii uní! carril d the balloon rapidly to uiinl Hie north wa st. liunnitiB out of ballast near Jackson, Captain (Tiaiul kr decided to make u lnndiiiK. The buliuun came down in an easy man ner mid then came the explosion. Ueth Captain Chandler and Lieuten ant Ware were knocked down, bill nul seritnisly injured. The dista lice traveled was annul 11'; milis, and deducting the hour and a liulf tin1 balloon , was becalmed.' the flight was made ill about six hours. The maximum speed was about fifty llliles. The linfi' had a capacity of Ii.O0O eulji. li-et of cas and a liftintt power uf 1 :;iih pounds. It w as built In Frame and was of considerable value. The destruction of the balloon will h iiiiioiarily impede tin: work of the .signal corps at Kort limaba but Col tllll'i i lasst ol d expects a new one soon fer evpi rimi ntal purposes. The fllitiil was the first of a series of aer lid events arranned by the fort Omaha sismil coris which has recently been I'Miiipped with modern appliances for ba ili.i uiiiiK and other signal work. (i:i!M w mi i; wi.oox i.wds i i:imvs tu mi:y Troves. Lrance, May 1(1. V Sor- niiiii war balloon, with an officer mil tiro elielneers on board, which 11V 'ended al Coloinie. made a landiiu,' E " lay . The aeronauts were n a hostile reception by the poo hut were allowed to have after pav mint of the customs duties, balloon ami Iukkukc, however, ' s- ai ehed. Ceremonies Yesterday Expect ed to Maik Beginning of Era of Progress in Ottoman Em pire; Christians Take Part, hi i . Kit, I'l.'. tile The I By .Morning Journal fcipci-lul l.ri.il Hire J Constantinople, May 1 ti. Mi hmcd V ended his 'coronation" day by plow inc. a furrowed lawn at Dolmaiiatach pa line. .svinliollically at least, by Holding tile plow handles for n frac tion of a minute while two liorsi i,i acneu n a lew yards. In larrvm out tin ancient test, .Mehnied V sh cu iiiuu-'cit io ne sound oi ho.lv am fit to bear the physical buril tlie empire. It bad I n a iliiv lioth of I'll Mi 1 1 iiiíí aim breakiim acci nt cus t uns. ( hristiaus, for the first tinn; were admiltcU to the small mosqu and niosiuc of Constantinople tonight K i vil nií the sword of (Ismail on th . 1 1 1 1 i . ii- Amiuiií; ilie til i I'l - persons present were I '.in-k no in Pasha, an American and Woods I'asha, all lOmilisliman both of whom are in the Turkish serv lee. They were Impressed with 111. beauty and the solemnity of the cer niony, which Willi the chants of tl priests lasted only twenty minuti As tin' sultan crossed the court yard of (lie mosiiiic to enter Ills earring white lurlilin.il lladja, or teaching priest, caused a moment's exeitemeni by rn 1 1 1 1 i ii tv forward with a petition which he tried to hand to the sultan at the same lime talking .sometvlia wildb about the Koranic law. Two soldiers oiiu"ht him and hurried him out of the yard. Tlie day, notw ithstniiiline. rumors ot read iona ly plots, passed peacefully Lipids were blaiiiK in the minarets and mosque of oCnstuiUinople tonight: the ships in tile liarohr were outlined in electric bullís and the city Rctior- i rally was celebrat i UK eiilhusiaslically lile Kil'lÜ ' .1' t This 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1- tlie sultan proceeded in a launch from the palace to the niosiiue. where the rite was performed Attended by the urnnd vizier, til Sheik ul Islam, members of the cab inet, i hiefs of lie army, the tvvr hi ".her ki ides of I 'lemas and oilier of ficii! Is. In- drove to the lop of Kapo, palace, six miles distant, to kiss tin robes of the prophet. Al Avouli moseiie, .Mehmcd drew the scimitar of his ancestor osinan founder of the ottoman empire, and siamlhiH' in front raised the w.-apon act he :, empire, fanfare in ii s k el rv e, ,i,, be In ard the chorus of sch, i.,.vs ,1, anting Aliilli.il I'asha s hymn of liberty. In addition to tin- Sh and the flemas there Mehnied. eprcscntathes Hil AI ION VI Al) Kl Pol; 1 1 I) IMI'liOMM Adana, .May In. The situation her and throughout tile province is 1m provine. -pp,. guv -eminent is begin niiig to restore the plunder and th people are iclurniiij; lo their homes many of w inch are Mill standing. Th military commander has .sent troops into the country districts to man, lain order ami enable the rci'imee farmer harvest the clop. .Many Armenian anil a lew .Moslems are still In p risen and even now delibérale attempts al mane to burn the Armenians Houses Various rolihrics are recorded am va. uaiilcs i rom a sale In a lici nian flour mill have bon carried awuy Nevertheless conditions are very dif feient from what they ere only few day s ano. Kcv. .Mr. Uiwson and l'.cv. W. X Chambers have none to Tad.lin to al American women teachers there. ltc Stephen i!. TrowhridKo Is proceedinc lo Aiutab while Dr. D. sheptir 11:1 KOile to lillKllohe. where a Rlcnt majority of tlie male residents have been killed. JAPANESE SQUADRON LEAVES SAN FRANCISCO San I' rauei.sco. Cal.. .May 1 0. At the end of (en days' visit, marked 1 i round or dinners and entertain ments for Admiral I.iichl and his of- 'ieei's and men, the Japanese cruiser V.SO ami .-soya deparleil this inorniiiu for the norlli. Crowds lined the wat r edtfo us the ships, steamed out of '.he harbor. The cruisers will be at Seattle June I. pa rt cipa t i iiu in the Alaskii- Vukon- I'aclfu' the Ipelllllc- of xposition. Krar Admiral JiIIUlll'llll m ; i i I 1 1 . lapanese con i the people l.iichi. Just before lib issued throuKli tin: ulate a formal niessaKc ,f Sun Francisco thank- iiíí tin- federal, state and city offi dal.s and the private elli.eliH of San Francisco for I he welcome extended him and his officers, cadets and men -Hid expressing the hope that occa- dotis for similar displays ol K"od will between tlie I'liited States and Japan might, arise often. . Villi Chinese Kiols Lima, I'eru. May 10 eetiiiK here yesterday government s policy on f Chinese iiiiiniKiation fter wiiich the crowd loot a number of ( 'bines, dañinee had been done was restored. hile. in At a public nfternoon the the (iiiestlon wax attacked, started in to storea. Much before order SPRINGS SENSATIONAL STORY OF TflFT SENDS LETTER CONGRESS the IlllHdillKS pun on hiiih. l!y 1 1 1 i - session ol' tlie Turkish he shouts ot the people, trumpets and the roke f, ,k 1 itlle ,1'th , ml Expresses Sincere Sympathy in Movement Looking to Uplift of Child i en in Large Cities. ip. fell" of ul s d of t 111 tile e Islam ilea: prin m pire CALHOUN TRIAL ENTERS ITS EIGHTEENTH WEEK Sun Ki aneisco. May In. The eigh teenth week of the trial of Patrick t-'illliodll, pr, si, lent of tile I'liited. fbiil- for br. of l 111! til, nerv "'. opclleil today I el,e,iK,., M (I,, oniie, tint; links I, lie they lit, nf!e Hu ll Iv the supervisors with the prose effort lo for;;, of its chain ol which are vital inasmuch as ar, intenib'.L to ilireclly impli the h fendanl w ith the alh-Ked '' c The first several we, ks of lakine i,f iiuti,, ,. ,,.,,.,1 ..ill, ""I tin inbrjection of Mr' Ca llioiiu .- ";o,ie mi,, ,1... el, rl .....j ,,, list live ,,r six days, tin- character Ike ev idciici" has changed and m ar-'V"i-y witness has been otnstioned I he relation of (he d fendant to 'n aspects of the case. el the dav ms eiv. n over to stieati,.,, ,.i- .,, lo, o.. 1 is ,.r "'' I'nibd Kailroiiil direetoi.s, vvbich n.-e,t ,,y SeiT-larv r ore,. 1;. " l!' "'I. Of the C,,l,,,e.,,l' I.. ...I I, l.i. I'rom th,. ijuestiolis asked it that th,. prosecution was show that Mr. Calhoun was solute control i,r the board from of his election s president "' and that the iiiai.oitv of the i-ere merely , "dummies." ''id a single share of stock These V hief .1 n v ,,y h u kmrni I'rot, .ere the til'e, wish rabbi, iii,l represent KNatcbt i Patriarch, th linee American t ives of he Pul 11,1 Un- I ;r.;K',riaii .Moslems ill Hie ,1 at these "d- pai'ticipatine; ill limed ". to h ; but tlere was slants. The old crowd were astonisp, si, is, d" indiv idila'.s th.- elevation of Me Calinh of the Caliphs evur, ssion of this, and loyal e re sounded us the solían replaced .... i.,... ..,1,1,11 with iis hilt ot spnrkliiiK jewels in the scitibanl and the pro,', ssii.n moved oil. All the members of the American embassy. iicludinK Ambassador Irish man, were present. Anions; the othet Vlllel'icallS tO WitlleSS th, 1 1 roCCSSU 111 were pear Admiral Coo" I'liited Slates navy, retir Chester: .Mr II. Cle ,1. and b the 1, H lia "I'l'O '" :,;'S"b,t, Hi ,,f New York Washiimtoii: : the Turkish fal ward II Powell, of X F., I'oy nt, r. I lii kilisoll. ceiieral In at lare. amliassado al the mosipl on, r,,r. m ar tniople Kate, of Mohanim. sler ,,l Mr.-. and Mrs. Arthur Chester M i s. Jessie M . I toy el' of Captain Ledbetler ol navy. Consul Ceiieriil Olllllllll. M Ph van, lei w York, and Mrs. lltiKh d.HU'.hlcr ot Chati th lir.,, I'"ii ' IH I, X',.1 , HI lli F llISe Of t. .session. t H O ' " ot th,. cosmos I'lllll. told Ol s, . m A 1,, .,. u,,,.r , i-i '' t luncheon toi;ether at the :il May ltoiti. M foiiier Ameiiinn consul c. and now consul iieiieral After baviiiK passed th, il stand the sultan stopped of Mohainmeii, me . ,ni th entrance of the A, hi lie stopped at tlie tolllh , for a ipiarler "I nn loon- and th n n sum, ,1 h:s :ix ni loorui e I 1 1 rom-h Sta 111 bou I lino- port", wlictic-' In- diov, Ix'aooll , ahic. and ave a lee, a number of d ist iii,iisli, d p, i AhuiK his route of march, boys .iris tl'oin all lh" schools in He .-aim hymns The Kirls .-r-...i.,. ol' white and red, whü hovs carried tir. nicies of laiir-1 The suit. in coll, luded th.' o r. monies bad lasted in all anoiii m bv I, axiliK from the Vim Kal wharf for In.s pala, "li tie id.- of the Uoldeii Horn i:i oih- to 111" ptioll to -OIIS, and Id erly tic I v hu h hours. S, II- rs other . HAWAIIAN JAPANESE QUIT PLANTATIONS ;'!'. May ,.i Virtually a!' ; is ;" a standstill at tie llolio I '.'atatioiis owing to the strike 'lir- labor, is but th- re haw io HLsoi.t,.,-., Japan.-.se mpb.y- t'" Ka Hll.I on tin pull, tat. oils '''I K IlleetiiiKs tonight to C'-n-the sink,. tll' V t lltTlt. ill" ba I'slllell id I-d ill i ble pto s.d eh- S. Ill Hell hy - White siik :htc, tllllil H 1 11 111 ,. I !. k,:b d listín I MOHl.thMx lo-T IIÜWII.Y l WTI-C iii:iti W I'.lols Coli-laiitinopl-. May 1 " A cable. 1 1 1 ü li t ree iv, d tr. in tie- va,. ,, sais l.;:-4 Moslem were ! ivoilltd-d in th-' r-'. - Ill w In!.- only I .)."."- -Vi no n- ians -'ie si. i. li and w - -1 1 n 1 - '! . Tli-se Hzur. s. it is i b.i'ii-l. coinpri-- tht- cnsi,.. It a s thimithout tl itu- vl.layet. Tins Mat-ne id is . o ,-.lí-r.-.l 1,'re I By MnrillniE Journal Speclnl I.enned Wir 1'lttslmrii. Mav 10. The third fi ti ll un I congress Ol 111,' p,ayKi "IIU,," oclation bi nan here toiiiKht with ri p- senlativis present from about forty it ii M. Luther II. (lultck, piasiueni ol iiu Aalioiuii associaiiou, icspoiuicu , nldresses of welcome. J'lcsiihnt Tall sent nn tiddia I'hich was read at the. hilt ting. i olb w s : he White House, Washington, Aiuil SO. IHOII. "My dear Sir: I Ki'catly n rct that I can not bo- with you at your third annual congress at Pittsburg from May 10 to i i of this yiar. hut I write xprcss my most sine, re sympathy the work which your association is loinir. "1 do not know anythiiiK which will ontiibute nior, to the strength and ality of that eencratiun ,,f boys Hid Bills coiripelhd to remain part f urban populations in this country. i the institution in their cities of play ni', Minds tt here their hours of lei sure tun be occupied by national mid ,'vnthful exiicise. The advantai-e is :wo fold. 'Jn the first j, lace, idleness and . onfiut'ini iil in a narrow sp.iec in th, ity In houses and o líais and iinven- ati-,1 dark rooms is certain to siik st and hi inii about pernicious occu pation and ct'tate bad habits. Camb- biist. li'inkine' and otlor l-,iixts of v ici proiiciied in such a riMiict'd mode of life. "In the si co ml place an opportunity tor hard, earnest and Joyous day nn Ipioves the health, develops Ibe inns. les, expanda th, linios and (cachi? the moral lessons ,,f al tent ion. et st i i int. courai;,. and patient effoit. I think ivery lily Is under tin -UK' it nblmatioii to Its people to furnish the ihildr.-ii. from the time they It. -Jin t,, walk until tllev leach anhoo.l, pía. , s within the city alls ri;, . iioimh and laid out in propt r I-.rm lor the pi i inn of all sorts ot Banns whnh at. known I" our boy. i.lld Kills ami in. Ilk- d by tln m I sincerely hop.- thai y one presui; iv. ntion may b- a sue, ess and thai the work tv Inch you have li-t-uu may " 1 n until n.. . ity in this eountrv is v. itliout taiitabb i, lay mounds for th- Kidnaper Condemned to Life in Prison Makes Long Tin eat ened Exposure of Alleged Ac complices, SAYS WHITLA PROMISED TO PROTECT HIM IN COURT Strange Tale of Muider Youngstown and Extoition Large Sums of Money Prom Alleged Murderer. Illy Morning Journal Kurrinl I,rnftt-d Wire) .Mercer, i., May 10 - Pcfore Ti was taken irom here (o me peniten tiary at 1'iltnbui'K today to Ih-kiii a life sentence, James llovlc. made the talcmcnl which both lie and ids wife have been t hrcateniiiK. and which they mi hi "would shake the country," the entupiólo history of tile kidnapliik,' f Willie Willi la, the oi íkiii of the ame and what led up to it. Ul the mm nine; of , be- twccii the hours of , l'an hie. jr., was found d-ad on the ideivalk in Y'ounnstow ii, and over the proslrale lorni was Harry corker, o 1 1 .i i , , 1 1 , Pa., hobliiiK in his riclil band package of letters Kal here il from Ibe sidewalk near the body. "As he was about tu drop he was itcrcepled by the writer and a mail bo has since passed lo his reward - fian Shay, u saloon keeper. 'In l-'orker's hurry In have the UK he failed to Hud I wo envelopes that contained four lett- rs. The .same ere picked up by Shay and later taken to his place or business. I'he writer and Mr Shu y examined and read the contents of the i,im( which proved beyond a doubt the presence of Mr. Forker there at that I inie. "The letters were written hy a lady. two from a party in New Yolk aui the others from Cleveland. At. a later date Mr. Forker was a p prised of the fact that the writer held these letters in his possession and nske.l if he could use the Maine. A letter was im mediately sent to the writer by Mr. Forker slatlns thai he. (Mr. Forker). would like to have a iit-rsoii.it tnt with the writer ami a uieetiiiif took place a day or so after. .Mr. Forker acknovv IciIrciI he would pay for th-' letters. The uiuount not belmc con sidered .sufficient, was refused and from that day on and up until March, I i0S, tin- writer, on the pretext of ex piisinii the letters and the coincidence of Mr. Forker heinn discovered beml inii over the prostrate form of Mr. liecble, had received at different times umounls of money from Mr. Forker, to remain sileiil. "About six months ij-o when T re-. luriieil to Sharon with my wife, 1 nu t Mr. Forker and informed him that $i;.0(lf) between then Intended to leuv, hold (he secret m the ransom money to him and he would turn over the same to the par. ty who took Willie Whitl.i to Warren "I'pon learning that my name was mentioned in uoniieetioii with the case. I met Mr. Whithi pcisonally In Cleve land at Flfly-third street and St. Clair avenue, showed him the letter thai passed between .Mr. Forker and my self, also the VoilllKSlow 11 letter, and Mr. Whitla promised in. that il I would substantial,' Hi, truth of th YiuniKStown letters he would sec that there would be no prosecution. "1 then surrendered through Mr. vVhitla all the letters that were in niy possession and the world knows th. result. 1 was arrested and convicted ami prevented by my ovt u conns, 1 from telling my story on the stand. Informed niy wife that the boy w. brought In order to i s, apt heiii)- ,u:i untitled in the pest house. and we we to be handsomely, rewarded for takiiu; , tile ot tiltil "This unfortuiiale woman was duped from start to finish and 1 was tlupeti the moment 1 lot tlie letters Kit fnlo Mr. Whltla's possession. .s my counsel advised un-, I neiiliei bad any tiling to show or prove us a matter of veracity -their word against mine. 1 had nivcii 1 1 ; every hit 1 had and now I am settled for. This story i.s as true as there is a (bul ahovi us. (Sinned.) ',.. .;s lioVLi;, Mercer. May 1 n, 1 !in:i," Harry Forker was seen leuinht r, mii'dlne the statement issued hv Poyle. Il'esuhl: "1 know absolutely noihin of ilils cu.se. I only know that Hoy le and other members of his family, are resi dents of Sharon. I have never had anv dcallniis with him. don't Know lh. woman who Is said to be his wife. I can conceive of no reason why Hoy b- should make such a Stat, llieiil unless it be to Ret ven with the Whllla family for his prosecution. liovl. never showed me uny letters. llovlc did not see me in Cleveland." IDS MURDER ALDRICH STILL CASE READY IHTI.A iu:mks KCP i,i;s smitv ok i vi i;k n w Sharon, l'a,, .May I u.- J. p. Wliillii, father of the kldinitied bov to, lac nr. Hoyh 's statement had be u- pub. He, denied that he had si Hot le A R G U M E N T S C 0 N ( i L I J D E D AT SESSION YESTERDAY DOMINATES SENATE MAJORITY STANDS EIRM POR COMMITTEE REPORT Killing Wi' f losecution Defense Claims Act of God; Characteiizes Deed as Cow ardly Deliberate Murder, art talked to his Hoy le. KOI II with son's hliu In Cleveland return and the a it. prior st of Itlit i n i; Tin-; M A MM l M Mercer, I'ii,, .May 1 o. Hoy Ik and wile. Helen ltoyle, cm vicl.ii of kidliaplm; Willie Whlth were ojeen tu a x i ii i u i il seiitciucs lo day when Hoy le was sentenced to llf iinprisoiimcnt and his wife lo tvvcniv James II. ( ( oil! illlleil on l'U''c ollllllll 'J ) SANTA FE VOTERS TO ACT ON SALOON QUESTION City Council Decides to Put it up to People Whether or Not Capital Shall Go Dry, ll.v MoruliiK Jouniui Hlhm-IuI Ifuwrtl lb-e Flushing. . V.. May 10. One hour more of summliie- up by Ihe ,rose,'ii t in il and nllerwat'd th-- court's , haiue. then the ease of Capt. Pel, 1 C. HaillS. h , chaii;,.,! wiih the murder of William I). Annis will pass into the hands ,,f the jury lonuurovv Today's session of 111,' (rial vas marked hy the final ap,, al of Joint p. Mellltyi'e lor the detelise 1111,1 the final plea of (colee A. Of' the prosecution. Peter llallis, Jr.. displayed i motion nor itit-tesl Mr argued to show Ihe bean 1 i. 11 1 . one of his declal Iliat Annis met death "by Cod." All 1','telell. I'd lo th ten la w w i re oh,e, ted to and 1 1 Jections were sustained by the court, lmrhic- the MimmiiiK up by the , I'osecittlon the prisoner's mol her and father withdrew and Alls. Helen An- ;, in deep tuoitrutUK. appeared Willi her iiiolher and sister Thee re mained ill court while .Mr. (t,ee was spell kino-. The prosecutor denounced Ihe in sanity ph'.'i, ie, la rim; it was eon eelvcl and ma tiiiliu t in id by the de fendant .4 lawyers as a lust resort "lush-ad of beiiif. an act of (bid." he branded it us a "cottar, Hy uiiirder, committed vvhli deliheralioti mid pre-ineditalioii." 1 neither Melllttl'e y of hN lion was in act of "un w i ll Vote on Lead Schedule Believed Pol coast of Similar Action on All Other Disputed Ta t iff Measuie, Articles in Illy M..ru hi Jouniui Sni-.UI LmimiI Wlrl as-! ability the sei datum on the 1, the I'lllKl iniKloii, Ii. May 10. Th of ihe republican majority of lit,' to uphold the recouimeii ,,f lh-' coin ni I: I ee on finance id schedule which contains v lale in the tariff bill ill of the lower duties tlx,.,! by th ,' w as I ally dciiotistrated today 1 by a v ote of IT, lo 44 the señalo in d to i , due,, by oiie-iiiarter of id I" r pound the duly on pljf im recommended by the ciimiiii' lee on nuance. In this vol-' , loo n repuallo.as voted with the democrats un,l two d-mo, rats wllh Ho. republicans. H,, a Viva voce Vote lile séllate udopte-.i . Ill-' rate of o ' v. cents a pound on pU 1, ad as t vi iiiumcmh it by Ihe committee. pla Ion w h dec I- ad AMERICAN KING OF FIJI ISLANDS IS NO MORI Carinl. 111.. May 10.- News has been received ture of tile iballl ol l'M"a,' Th, imps, -ii, kino, of one of lh, Fiji Islands, lie h it Ids borne al Al bion, near here. Iwcnly-five years aeo, in search of ad vein inc. Some years al'ier his departure Thomjisoirs sister. Ilviiie in San Francis. ,,, received a loi ter I rimi him icllini of his w nniier íiiks, and Hint he had hecu married lo a j on un princess of one of the Fiji Islands ami had been crowned kiln;. In, piny lliioimh the 'liit.,1 Stales consular 1 1 . l i , i in- lit verified his story. .Members of his family her, since have learned thai in Ihe even! of 1,1s death he expected Ills son to succeed nun as inue;. d i ml i hi, dr.-,, ,,f tbos Uv ,,ssis(aiic, b w it bout th 'Sin "l.utb. r II. Ihuyroiiiels N".. 1. .M ob-. in w ho this hilt fo I . K.ird ach w oul I r. ly y ours. W H TA FT. is. v i;iili,k. ex-J-I .-sidenl A-so.iaiioii of America. 11 at . laic, I 'ity " unless I receiv ml the time I Sharon, X would lllRer. Hi! then I i,f i ,rii n il me that it was impossible for him to net that amount but some time In April, 11)01), he was to K' t o certain amount of money and would then settle with me. I'pon Icavitie; Sharon, March 1 lü'l'.i, I went to Cleveland ami wrote to Forker, aH follows: ' 'Hear Sir: 1 have decided not (, wail lonucr in renard to the money proposition find if 1 don't hear from y on soon, there will be some expos-inif.' "March lfi I ni.itetl an answer to the same, which read: 'You knew the circumstances and Ihe promise 1 made you when you I' ll here, but. if you are desperately in need ot money, as veil nrofe.s to be. will oulliue u little plan, which with our co-operation, can lie very siic cssfully carried out, viz The ab- luclion of J. 1". Whiihi's son. I can itraiiKe to have (In- hoy brought lo Wan cu, Ohio, due there at ll:lti with sort.' (There i- no fUKIiature to t- i ). "1 left 'I. velan, I at 8:1.', a. m. and nrived a Warn n at Id. Hi, a m.. tic n pro, coded to N il. s, Ohio, by jt i . t J arriti il al W at ron at 1 I I X i but falling to .-, e the boy and oi l t o, ol t at WalToti and l '- mailed in ihe vieuolv of the depot. "About ten liliu'll'S later, boy and scort iirrived and I was then in formed that they drove from Sharon t-i Warren. 1 ini-uined party to tain up alonj- pillsbill'ií W. st. i ii track, have lien tlere and that I would alten, I I" t'o lest of it and vvbich be j.roce, -b d to ,o. "I bromjiit th, b..y to Nibs. Ohio, from tin re, to Ashtabula, and tlu u to Cleveland. on M-irch 1'-. I r-i' iv. I .1 Idler Irom Mr 1'orker Mutual that toiiiod Mr. Whitl., liiii.e-l bis boy --i. (Spin hit Dlniuitih to Hi Mornliui Journal. Sunt. I Fe. .. .M., Slay 10. -At II adjourned .session of the city coiincli held this ev eiilne, a proclamation un issued calliiiK" a special election on Monday. June 7, for Ihe purpose of suhmiltliur to the voters of Ibis city tin- inioslion as to whether or not they favor (lie snle of spirituous and malt honors within the city limits under Ho- city license. Action was taken on the .saloon i 1 1 . , 1 1 1 1 at a previous lll'-l-tillK of tile cllv council by Ihe adoption of a t'csoltit ion to dose the saloons on Ibe Mist of Iteceiuber id this year, but Ihe council has decided to submit tlie ipleslioll to the Voters of the city ami will be Kiililcd by their action by Ihe result of lb,- election. W I LSO NT Til Tn kVdü LL. A R FAIR PRICE FOR WHEAT I 'lilt a l ii lilt 111 i 1 1 K a inspect di a tv n Jane lion. "I in i. May In. - ilsou, vv ho ellliK of ip II lllS. ,1 into any c A. Palli n uv. r I he :, , re, a i y of is lo re nit, v ei n in, lit u Ak-tld-uat lolHKhl to be llltiovel'sy Willi , ul sit u a - INSURANCE SHORTAGE IN JEWISH ORDER MADE GOOD Washing,, n, May 10. A ib l'lcil of ii limit l.'Hi.ooo In Ihe funds of the in dependent (líder of Hi ith Abraham, which was discovered as the result of an Invest iuatiou by Superintendent of 1 lisura nee Hotchkiss, of .New York some hint1 aeo, but which, aecordiii); to ilie latter official, has been tally made up, featur d today's .session ol that order. Jacob Schol li, of X secretary, told ol th. llll "Il III I II IK till- CIS,'. 'elm? somewhat caul am IioiikIi wilh all I. ilk." "Is the ll sent pl li c of When fiel it lolls '."' the si (III a I V kill "If fal llli is i oubl be a- dollar a bic lu I for vi lime." he replied. "II a, ri ... of ta-1 tire la ml in It est VV ollld be plow , , . Wheat." "Couldn't lh- brolléis bavi t hot vv ,11- ,tii . d ol on, eat till lh" oieands of lie nil. bile lid sown lo st, ins Hill bad bad I 111. .1 thai th Mar. h 1 in Jam. s l:-.y le also that Mr divide,, the in!,. i tb- boy itiiubt ce hiC mi- to be cut No. s- i ihlo.' and tii.it I S!.. ,i.-n. was vvitii biiii, V bitin Was afraid to !..i it, il am for fear that coin-, to barm and t. H- I and that h- n 1 receive. I the money to immediately sin render the YouiiKsto n L iters, to send sarin- to bun al Sharon and on Tuesday, April 2'.:. to ri turn half r, liabl, ports as v ' I don't pel feel ilm" oul' ports for nt any b. Iter." -f K' lust I--P i I 1 1 UK I. lit V" We b-IVe heel ,1 e.l I II. 111114 I . I think outs i I A PAN ESE SEIZE SMAI.I ISLANDS IN PA:;. i u. w Yol k, erand ci irti m.st a in He ailiuillid ss In Hi,- ad in inlsli al ion of Ills olti.e ami saitl there had been a shorbme In I fit' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -. hut that the appal, lit d'li.il ha,! now been made up IIii'oiikIi amounts com n biib d by Ins Ji iciu.s lliroiiKhout the i oiiul ry. It was said, later, by friends of th, eland -setii'laly. that lie coiiviliiid the , oliven! ion that h- hail committ'd to net mikitiK bun , I I u 1 i 1 1 a 1 1 y le. pole iblc FOUR MEN KILLED IN POWDER MILL EXPLOSION an., M. I this ,v llliMlie: 1,1, I' llll I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . I llll II Wile kill, X plo-loll ill til, La I lili -1 bi tul po Ihe dead: Jo. I'll S'l'OVAI.L. I I.LI A M Mob PA .N IILHHFCT .M l''A 1 ; LA .1 M lis Hi ii il i. Til. I,,,, be- of lh. 1 blow II illto bit - '111, e . i f it , whnh , i. da ni;, i , hit t id ill t,-, bul t ti t, h A a . 1 1 1, r a I v. i, bou i I nil.l I - ,1 III. I!. Lo s .!.1 , I o me. II, II' w lo -:ur.h SCHISM IIIRLAIf NFD IN GUAM CAIIIOLK; ClIliRCI Cl'aii'iii.in Aldrhli s'.ihl he refiardo l the vole as un endorsement of the action ol the committee ami expressed i oiil'ldoiice that all the schedules of Ihe committee would h,. upheld. All the Industrie of Idaho, snld Mr. 1 1 1 luirii, encircle tlie lead mines anil disasl, r to the mines would rcmilt in -'.''lo ral business slaunHnti. H cl,iiiin, lh. n without the protection to pir. b ad provided by the amendment of Ihe coinniiltee on finance, the lead industry could not continue. Smelt- llie , Mexico, lie said, COSIM llltt OIIP- hall us much as here utul mtnllW uhoul I vvo-ihii ds Statenieiitsj by Mr. Cummins ri ;at dlmr the freight riiteH on lead ore from western states to Xi vv York wen- disputed ,y Messrs. Aldrh li, Pi, rah, Sutherland and Smoot, Mr Siiioid was particularly emphatic In -latinn thai the rate was about 25 a Ion and not $ii or If Í us claimed by Mi. ( 'uiutoln -'. The Iluta, .senator declared, how ever, ilat if there was any mil road chiirnhiK a rale of ll'fi n ton on lend me from Salt Lake to New York, eon e, ss should t ui-ii aside lor a few- mo ments from lh,- consideration of the tarilf and ibul Icoi'ously with any such railway. In the opinion of Mr. llorah no Im in of I, KiHl.itnui would hurt the I, ail and smelt im? trusts. It whu Idle, he contended, for any one to say tliero was no such trusts. So thoroiiKhly in trenched were they, he said, that they" easily could iivolil the provisions of Ilie li'll hy truiisr, rrinis their basis of operations. Mr. Xclsoii said all compnt'lsoim were beiiiK made on the basis of "Mm poor hibnrlii" man in his competition with the peons of Mexico and In other ways." He said he wished some of the senators who were Interested In the snielliiiK and reflnliiR- trusts could he compared with the Mexican peons. In a brief .speech Mr. Bradley of Kentucky favored HiistuinliiK" the com mit),',' hi its re, oiiiiiii lidatlons ri'ttard IliK h ad and otlu r like products. The cummin. -i 's amendment wan lost ;:l to ;i4. Then- was much liitcrist III the vole as It was considered u test of Mm .-tr, until of the republican Insui'BetitM. (if tlie thirly-tive votes cast for tile a no nil incut eleven were cast by re piihli, an senators but then' were not .llflielellt. 'I'll!' CO III 111 II tie Willi Wltll lour voles to spare. The ri publii aus vollii),' for (he re . Im lion were: Hevcrldxe, lliirton. Ptotvii. p.iiiketl, Clapp, Crawford. Cummin-. I'ollivor, Humble, Iil-'ol I. tl. and X'elson. Senator IIiikIi, s of Colorado and M - IH i i v democrats, vot-.-d UKailiatthe a mend incut. Tin- yi an and nays then helni; . ailed on Mr, I ovci -blue's amendment, it vv as defeated ; 7 to 4(1. The cominillo provision flxitiK the lale on pie. h ad and kindred bads at lent, a pound, a differential of - of a e, ul a pound was Hull adopted by a Vita Voce Vole. Tit" senile then adjourned. llol si; h,ioi i;vs IDU OF 1 QTOKI M Wa-.hiiu:l..n, l c. May I 0 Strell 1 1 -' ..pice, it ton bv Ihe deniocrats in the ho. i -e pi.velilld Hie reference of th- pi . - i. h ii I'.- in - :s,ij,-i. recommend- i: ,,ii,itti hm-latioii for porto Hleo th- , oiutlilftee oil w.ts ,,ld Illcan. A iio.t: . o hv Mr Oairett (Tennes , i oii.-lini; the v,eak.r forlhvvith 1 1 i - 1 1 1 1 Hi. lommittee on insul.ir lit- v. In. h uinti r ordinary pro- ,!,!. it -ul. I bate eh.iru-. of the Sllb- Pht oi P.. C . .1 , i. es blOimllt I ie, t- bleb 1- . , upati -lands that t. I, y Ja paiiese IllilOle-l Tlo has aKr'. d to b. ed to ' - o, i npv a Crtt oil. st ion has ov .1 t h.- in', upati-o Masushinia of an o:f th - north coast .1.1 pIllM 'SI- propOS. t, c to ,,l K j in Ihe O i . -,asl 1 1 1 K e no nt i t I tl . I " bv lb li, .1 l .se I t .v li no, ti - i, ail, olf th, Asian o It i i t 01 - is is I,. - -I I' Hi' s. "ov, , . I'fniia's b- uifcj a! I -i in t, s island aui 1 1 si ii witli I; as.- i.i lo th, Lxph.rcr lllioe, ti pi. .1 ish, od ,.r S.mbali. tt Tlo i st.ibli-h u fish. inic station island on hire, . tt tin d io tl . ! t 11. !o Itatit. CI, I 111 a II 1 I lie; mi a I lea II 1 h.i ! It I p li 11 ill ol d- t ot il o.i I a-lt i-, i o it tll'V al"- Is' aittsh and Ch hi- in sin h as , les Is bat- d. , b, .:!.- dill iv . l lll.lll ille.' ts st r-'Ufc; i , un, nst rait, ip, i ,.,i for bin iter f, on of Father Paioui ' l- 1 in l Hia m 1 1 1 1-. -ml tat lO'l I ! .1111, Th lire, and of th . latin, i. d in lie people :.:.--! b , loan 11, p, t- lit the t.l, t l:i,"ii-li. A hibp-pp.-ar tin on 11. ,1.1. ' to have a,bll,SM;d to the O. l ina n .'-I til. 1'eSien.,- . (he .hi ty nativ i id I'h w U , to., not , , K e W I : "l ililí . ' i'llll d and tllM e .1 tlie III .11 II I that a iiioruui 'olise'l uellt ly tltft e speaker's table o-pln. Mr P ill it i t.i 1 1 ri hill o !.IV . II. dl Thins. lav. was re-thit Han: llo-to, t'lio- Ic an unto soeb l v . ri.-iii I todat lo a in-i dent la Is ,'OIIV . till Ot the recr.-at b bier- i onvelll- ill Itosloll. i M i v I o For the Ihir.l 0. In t-irv of the oi xanlz-itlon i out eiitiou of the general : the 1'iiiiht.rs of tlie Atij : v olution opened in ItoHtoil I'll-. Joreiioon was Riven over iiiii; of the committee on rr--ai which the deb cates li the mi vv , re enrolled. The reft day was devoted to nodal u The real busitleinl of th' invention will begin tomorrow. O