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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR. VOL CXXXVI, No. 60. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, NOT Mh'l R :n I'M: Ui Mall, bU Cents Mouth; Hlngle Oopleg ft ocdM, Hj Carrier, 6U fonla Month. PATRICKOM RELEASE F FAITHFUL WIFE Convict Lawyer, Thrice or the, ROM SIN IE HURRIES HOME TO Verge of Death in Electric ,. No, ,s..,,. ,,,., Plmir Ic Frno Mnn finrolthe militant suffragette nartv lias Again, DECLARES HE BEARS MALICE TOWARD NONE Balance of Life He Says Be Spent in Bringing About Vindication aild tO Clear HiS j Name, I is Miiriiim .lournui Hp iai I , im-i Wife.) 1 v.., v,,rk .MoV. lis. Allien ll, Patrick, thrice on .he verge of neatn - - - i In the electric chair and a life prison er In King sinii for the murder fi W illiam Marsh ltlee. multi-million . aire, ate his Thanksgiving dinner at home in New Vork tonight a fee man. Pardoned yesterday by (lover- I nor John A. Dlx. he was released Mom the prison at 4:2a o'clock this afternoon and less than two hours later woa In the arms of his wife at the Patrick home on Clermont ave nue, j expect always to continue mv fiuht for (.-indication and to clear ITU name,'' the pardoned lawyer anhounc-1 d just before he h'fl the prison. "I have been twelve years In prison eighteen months In the Tomba In New , Vork and more than ten years here --and I realise from my long incar ceration that I must have lost in; perspective of what has been going on outside. Judgment de lates that I regain my perspective before I decide upon my future plans, but you may say that 1 shall never cease my ef forts to clear my name until I have been successful. . "I do nut fci l venomous toward anyone. My policy teaches me differ ently. All I ran say at present Is I am e-oins to mv Wife who la sick and f: lllng. When- 1 &efiW almly end ibly as to what my future plans reason will be, l will make a statement Plans 'tQ release Patrick at 5:30 I ....!.,. iki. ....o.,.. e.oit astrav.l k uus to the prison by special messenne'j but by mistake, the envelope contain-j i.i.f. on w-a to nave oeeo oiouh", lllg bis release, was malleu ami u mo not reach the fjsalnlng postofflce un til late Ibis afternoon. Meantime i'atriek. who also had Keen informed of his pardon by Ills' wile late yesterday, spent the day at his usual occupation, as me i ici i in charge of the clinical records ot ih, hospital. The "underground tele-, phone" of the prison quickly advised the prisoners that he was to go irec and when his luwyer sat down to the Thanksgiving dinner there were many to give him a handshake of congrat ulation. Patrick's wife w aited for him in New York. At the prison door, with an automobile In readiness, waited u man who has been Working faith fully for the prisoner's release for a year, lie was Thpmaa fahr, of Peeks kill, N. Y., former cell mate of Pat rick, a farmer, pardilned a year ago. DuriiiK bis Incarceration lie and Patrick became close friends. The pardon was delivered to the lawyer shortly afte, 1 o'clock and at 4126 o'clock, clothed in the blue civilian suit presented to all released prison- crs anil a fur cuat loaned to n m " i Mahr Patrick stood wiihout (he pri- : 2 fur coat loaned t took with him Stilt. ii. ti presemnig bis earnings as a prisoner and ear- tied as his baggage only a few per-i sonal affects. Cheers from a crowd of several hundred persons greeted the pardoned lawyer when the auto mobile drew up ill front of his home in New Vork, but the greeting passed imaoncto oy rn, -o i bold stood bis wife. Her oni Word III J I Welcome was "Al." Ten years ago on the eve of the day when Patrick was sentenced lo die, the pair were married In the Tombs, The woman as she uttered the single eX,amatlon, Stretched out her arms ami her husband was soon in her embrace. The door closed behind them and Patrick was home again. RACE HORSES SELL FOR BIG FIGURES New York Nov. 28.- A number of .tw lorh. .mv. rac horses brought high prices at n ,, tin, mill, a of ihc eiKlileeiith an- . V.v . .. "t n... nnal 1 1 a lilnrv saic ,o,,.i. w-i Hall t. "-4. champion 4 -year-old , trotter of was sold by Abe S.j r.l. ,.r S.klL to j. W. Arm-' w,e..n kt. I,., 00 i ui, il r i C ! 1-4 was sold by S. .1. rletn-1 insn,l s.; Terr.. Haute. 1ml. to T. W. Murphy. Poughkeepsic, N. Y.. for 4.4no. v. j Robinson of this city l" ight Brace liirdle. 1:04 ::-4 from Or '' I!. Patten. Lexington, Ky.. for U,- C A. Canfleld. Los Ang. l.s. sold Ponasham, :0 3-4 to C. ' vims. Buffalo, for $1,550. AOTlMfi nOVFRNOR nuti.vivj OUVr-niviUn ..--fed COMMUTES SENTENCE lb leni. Mont.. Nov. 2K. Albert J. P'-ekniaii. known as Montana's Jean aljean." serving a life sentence for the murder of hti sweetheart, Helen Kt-iiy. in nun,' in i iii:i, was given commutation of sentence today in fifteen year by Acting Qovernor Lelghtoii. Since ii is confinement In the penitentiary Beckman has sent money regularly to charitable organi zations and worths lufferert through out the country. He showed ipeolal interest in crippled children, For aevanl yea re no one but the warden nf the penitentiary knew from whom the gift came. ltockmun is Working in a convict road camp, He never has made application for pardon or com mutation. SUFFRAGETTES RESORT TO ACTUAL VANDALISM broken out in a new direction ami in a manner like!) to e.iuse Inconveni ence and loss to thousand! of persons, it took the form tonight ol an or- nla aid on the pillar letter boxes inrollgllolll III,' ell ol I ., in II oil III llie west end and ninny of the suburbs In .special provincial towns, Including BirmlnKham ami Nottingham. When th he postmen v ent on their evening oumi.s t iiect th,- letters thl.j. SSTu! The method iieneraUy em yedwaa the thrusting Into the imx of longun-l epaled envelopes containing an open, bottle 'of ttuld Another method wan to pour adds ami varnishes into tin boxes by means t Imlln ml, her tuh - uil;. in a lew eases me eoiueins i . .. . i . . j ... hnXM S1 , were set -A DEATH AflAY HAVE j I I ! Have I . 1 - , P0teSS0l" bClllieidei' for Deadly Poison, Denver, Nov. us. Professor pet W. Schneider, of the Colorado School j of Mines at Golden, will insist upon an analysis of the dirt of the college football field to sec whether it eon- tains ii""ii"' In sufficient quantities to have caused the death of his mm. l.eo Schneider, yesterday. Schneider a player on the Mines team, suffered a slisrht abrasion of the left ankle in practice several day ago, Septicemia - .. foil,," ed causim; death. I he trageny recalls the fact that numerous stu dents have suffered severely from sliuht wounds received on the foot- ball field. Professor Schneider was, himself a famous football player in Hi,, early '90s ami says that even be- fore ibis slight scratches received the football field caused libers mil i ' i intense pain. I' "It has long been suspected," Pro fessor Schneider said today, "that sonic chemical, presumably arscnie. is I present in the dirt on the football field." R1 , . ..... p. ' DlStllCt AttOlliey Miller QiVeS Warning That Bonds of fniirtfiPI'l DpfpildantS Am ll valid Because Indemnified, j liv Morning Mnntd Newels! i.c-ni wire.) l.,.li,..e,i,lis Vov !8 The gov - antmani has eomnieted its oresenta-1 - - - - - lion or ICS! IIIOIIV HI ic .., ,.e , conspiracy" trial. District Attorney I I Miller announced today the govern I ,,i.i ., ............... s.inr-1 lav ami served notice that tomorrow I he would insist upon a prompt en- forcemenl or the court's ruling that the bonds of fourteen of the defend-J a nts a Ti ll,,,,,,,, ,n' .un, nn , ' Idemnlfled. I e.-.iii.... ... ,.i. ...... ,t North , Himdall, (i.. on March 2',, till, whesj 1(0,000 dsmage was done to nn ore converter by nitroglycerin, Eowaru I I'ole today testified be heard the DOlae in his store and with a lantern " .'. revolver, he ran down to. r .( (i ina n running SWaJ Vino,," An- derson ,,f Cleveland, saving. "He tn"' n':'"' Bn persons were named Robert O. M. ROSS as having know, il : i iiMii i ) r 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i'm i iiiiviuh : atrUCMOB in nitron in liw. testified that Hiram Cline, of the Cat - pentersr union, bail connaea la n mi that jinn had be n paid to Charles Waehtmeistcr. of the Iron Work.-i s' 1'nion. as the M carpenters anare of the expense of the explosions.'' The wittiesH said the explosions did not occur "bemuse Wachtmeister talked to., iiimli. ' P.oss said he bail been called to a I meeting of union officials and SCCUS- by thesn of being emplov.d as a is,, n,.n-,,.,ion oft!, ami I union builders and "thai the broth ers wanted to take radical action. ' das tared h.- deated the charge but warned them the proposed S pmsions would make a big noise RESULTED FROM ARSENIC GOVERNMENT RESTS CASE AGAINST DYNAMITERS IS CELEBRATED !TI BY TAFT President, Cabinet Officers, Chief Justice of Supreme Court and Latin-American DiplOmats Attdid MaSS. i CARDINAL GIBBONS ON SCARLET THRONE Cormrtn , st PutrlrVe. v ! oei 111011 clt bt, -Mil ICRS I S heached By Archbishop Keaiie WIlO Sees Coming Of THANKSGIVING WASHINGTON Pleached By Archbishop1;;1';; Peace on Earth, l ".""T ' rZ " , , .. .. .,, . me Western neiiM.pm're, i iiiiiih.n ling day was celebrated. In Ht, Pnt- rick's Roman Catholic churtsh here, i today. Prealdent Tuft, cabinet offle-i I era, Chief Justice White, of the su-l j pre me COUrt, and other high officials, j I represented the United states, while I the dl pi uiiatlc corps here from the I other American republics were press 1 cut practically In a body. Peace was the central theme of th day. The president was not aronmpU-j tiled, as is uHual. by his military aide,, hill was met at the door ami es 't- ed to his seat at the front of the church and attended w hile there by a white laced messenger of peace, Reverend Bmythe, ah assistant at st. , Patrick's. Archbishop Keane, of iu-i Inn, ue. who preached the sermon. paid high praise by Implication to the . sj efforts President Tafl has put forth i . Washington. Nov. 38 While to further the cause ,,f International . wonl WI1S v,.,i today peace, He declared the pea. e idea ' (ronj General k. '. Bteevor. was (rowing and added thai he said,, comltiandlni the troops along: ! this deliberately in spite of the boom- a n, M(.vi,.a frontier, concerning e Ing of cannon along the Boaphoroua. J lhl, ,.,.,, ,,,m ,,, nn iin,ii a. Cardinal Olbbona occupied a scar-j, band of Mexicans in New Mex let throne on th- right of the altar , (?(J Klv,.rnn,n, officials showed a and the ceremony took on almost i ,a u uneasiness, Oeneral Spa cer j tifical grandeur, .be eardinal be- 1 s Denaved to have sufficient ev I Ing accompanied by Very Reverend j g f,,,,.,. to cope with the raiders. f j Janus A. I '.urns ami ttoverend JOhnjgj I T. Wlleel.lll as h. t i 1 la i I is, while his j I train was carried by pages, dressed j in rich red velvet. (Hnselsl IMHNrteb n the Heenlns Issroal.) The Sanctuary was llghteii by hUh- Hlllaborb, N. M.. Nov. 28 The pen-j dreda Ol candles and the BVUSic was pie of Hillsboro arc giving thank ! of unusual quality, a feature being, night th! 'bey have not been set, the Pan-American march which was, upon Uy an armed band of Mexlcana played as a recessional hy the or and orchestra It Included pjrtl of the national airs of the various n publics. The celebrant of the in. i.' wan Reverend John J. Murray, Kov erend Charles W W. Currier w; sub-deacoi McGuigan and Reverund Thomas E John m. McMamara and William .1. Carr were masters ceremonies. Alter the .service Mons'gnor RUB soil, rector of St. Patrick s, gavi ! informal liinclieon in the rectory ml-i lolnlns-. lo which were Invited several noblr.nl ..ffleers llle 1 .11 1 i 11 - A II lerie.i ll diplomats and a number of proml nent govern m ntnl officials and church dlgnitarl Tin- president and .Mrs. Taft Icfl th,; church ImmedlatelS after the si r- ll to attend a Thanksgiving si r-I vice' at the president': aii Souls Unitarian. ,wn church UPTON'S CHALLENGE FOR RACE ACCEPTED , San Francisco Nov iriV-mcU." to ra at ilie Panama-1 Pacific International Exposition reget ta in I HI a, has beeh accepted by a j i syndicate, headed by Thomas-I.. Mil- j ller. o resident of the West Coast Life! Insurance Company, The challenge! reads: "I In I, chilli of a svnilieale, yet to lie; formed, oermll me to accept youriqulrl - ., ,,,,.., e.,eKv w, ,, ,. . " - class to he sailed here during lll. 1 "Wt will meet you w in a uoai ue- ilmu I,,,!., ih, I nterii.. t iotia I rule. I bui 1 1 and sailed by ban Franciscans And may the last boal win." ThlH syndicate will lie mail, up Of iwcntv -five leading residents m thin ii.,,. . .......... borhood of jts.iii.O and i Will 111.- I uoiiincoiv oc caiicii ivi Th.. -h:i I W'tilff a nil 1 1 1 i -'lil' i I to Sir I Tie. mas a. a luncheon and he was Ue- lighted in barn that he would havo w,,ithv , onipetii. r. Sir i nomas i plans to bring a Shamrock here for ti... greai event, whether ti is th. .1 that he will use in the International . . .u.. h..r ! stil undecided. .;. ; EXPOSITION STAMPS ON SALE JANUARY nan pranciaco, Nov pgclfl. Interaathmal -Panama- Bx position stamps will be ready tor sal b' B th.- posiolfi. es by January 1. accom- ho. to an oiibr issued by the I'ost-, master general today. PiaWlwaatera j sre notified to make application im-1 mediately. TtM-v will be issu. il In I .a, ...is ,.i ini,. TI,, order i es . rib.-s the series of stamps as follows: I Th. s. stamps measure about tbiee- skeeeton PkMSS In MM R,-k. I fourths by .me and one-sixteenth j Wanon Who-I Hap. t'olo.. Nov. 2. inches, the I. nz dimensions being ! Kllvvoo.l itergiy, a mining man of , hllrisjnatal At the top appears thejthie section, today reported the das-j vv,,i, . C. S. Postage" and ' San IKiamisc, I1K" In the left-hand Jhonb r is a hramh of laur.-t. and I the right-hand boViet a palm branch. I The one-, cut stamp la green iind In the , enter appear within a circle it hust of 1,'uihim. dlacoverer of the Pa eifie ocean, looking '" " ''" wearing a culraaj attil a helmet with a plume, The two-cent stamp is red. H rep i, aenta the Qatun leegg of me Panama canal. The five-cent stamps is blue ami preeenta the Qolden Qte of Ban ETran- claCO harbor, with the letting sun 'a the biu kgi'iinnd. The len- ciu stamp Is dark yellow. The snhject Is "Discovery ol San Pranctsca Bay." MILLIONAIRE SEEKS KIDNAPED DAUGHTERS oaiveaton. tu ,ho. .. p o. Saunders, a niltlionalt'e owner ol iniii- ing and ranch properties In Chlhuar rhuu and other .states in Mexico, who Mat, ly has made bis home in Halves-I ton, has begun a eountfy-wlde search for his two daughters, Oonsuelo, aged i Sapcrana. aged II. wl re 'kidnaped .Monday. Warrants have bean Issued for Sophia Martinet, p I 'eiative ol the children, and orneoi ; , , . A ,..K,.,.. The ehildren lei ,1 the elilldreii. ami off I JSSTl. VhVS. luthe father was III, The, have not be. T Monticello Guarded All .a; Night By Citizens; Hillsboro a . J . Mlir i Fxeitfiri nil! Pcnn c Are Arming, believed to be SCOUtlng in the bl'l of Sierra countv in search of aruo ammunition and provisions lor m In the nsurrectos in their tig against the Mailer,, governmen Mexico, Twenty-six armed men. Ileved to be a portion of a guui band which has invaded this n near MOntlcellO yont,"' They mniie inquiries about piov's in the small stores in that region I So great Is the uneasiness III listrici that the people of the p I of Montloello am lemselv I gllill lied lllcil' toW 11 night. excite ami nt prevails her, citizens ale a nlglll, ami I 11 land preparing ti lefeiid their homes against the mi feared will attei audits who il ll I p. raid it I ""'" '"" '" 1 "! no reason for the presence I such a band in this section unless it is that they are eanying into tills country the guerrilla warfare ulrtad: laying waste their own. or thai Ihev wish to secure stores for their com rades BOUth of the line. ( The n. vvs of the armed band came III a telegram from Sheriff W. r. Kill- dall. of Sierra iitv. who was it OWNS TERRORIZED BY ARMED BAND OF MEXICANS l's. RlrjiCngle this afteri n lie bus atnci rgnnlsed n posse and is searcnini for Hie band. Tin- t, legram follows: ' . Nov. 27. Hubert Martin j armed and 1 "Have repori from that twenty-six well mounted men, RU can rebels, have Monttcello, Thej sed to be Mexi- from the , " 1 he stores ,,! Monl " ' Mont Icello last t VV " ''Is news Is bel cast and every oni n"! Oeen Seen neri -lice iu, uays oi the last Indian raids Handlers ,1 . Ion, points are , oiulni; 'into the towns, and the wh e section Is In i ,n frontier war- Stat. bordering a 1 fare FEDERAL MARSHAL M M - .... . .'".., v- nil-win in ' " I'nlleil states Marshal Seciicdlllo i', u.i notiii, .1 or .lie mailer i last nlahl by the .Morning ournal. and at once took it up with th d.a tu .itt, ,t,i, I' for this ,ls irict Stephen B. Da Via, Jr., of Las ,.i ...i,,-,, I he woiil.l wire Hutted states Attornej fleneral wick lersham ill on... Mr. Homeio lie ..,.,,., ,h.,, he w.,s Powerless to do .,,..,hl,lu, further without Instructional lr that offic r -Mr. Devbl told no- that I mini 1 be I ,,,,,,.,, ,,r rt oners I Bteever. military commander of 'Ins section of tin country, would be notified at Saves if I , h. ,-..: nv t In ng to be done Until ,k..... l,,u for m, In no covery of a lininan skeleton lorty feet Im-Iow the sari...; of the ear fttM rock fo,...,on. f tl arth. in T IS King Peter's Troops Take Pos session of Important Town and Announce They Intend to Hold It, FURTHER COMPLICATES SITUATION IN EUROPE Austria Is Determined to Pre vent Such Retention Even at Cost of War England Still Hopeful, mrazo. Albania, Nov, - Servian troops occupied n today. No reslsla red. Du rates is the pr tdrlatlo which fiervla s to retain ami which a ui determined Hervla shall 3, e i In sir. ! It h,,l Hi Hnrnlue tfenrasl Bpselsl Issued wire.) I oinloii. iv. '.l. "We have now nccuplod Durnrno for perptultyi" is ..i.ra, which nenerai janko- ! viteh. the Serv ian i oiiiiiim mler, has the Belgrade government. Th 3: fa, t that the govt rninent n ii.li' s the Vienna ponib nl of the Jiaily Telegraph regarded us proving Barvla'a irrc nclllable at. limb . The Serv ians, ignoring the prccla- . ttlon of Albanian independence, oc-1 pied the pori of Duraaao without llstnnee, Thus the conflict is DOW I Ait lii ,,eiile t'onii lietvveell Austria . it, ,,l, w I tether the Austrian government will lake any direct notion or will he con- tent to leave the ,iiestion for the aftel lhc-war settlement, I he Set v Ilill BOtl coupled with the eminently warlike reeling prevailing m frennmi Is lll-ely to keep Kuiopc in n con- tin hand, the facl that the negi are progressing al Bagtcha and that, there g no sign ol the beginning of operations on the TebalaIJa lines, while llie great powers arc cxclbiim-i lag proposals tor the assembling Ol a I Europe. niter, ill ilie for Id fUl Sell I Biould Hi out. ,,i opo: nferenee DURAZZO ADRIATIC S A SERVIANS , materialise ' .... I has not yet i ,.1,1,111 vv mil, I be ,try, tO a later WOUld ll.cll.l i ns Turkey for j questions. P as to where jMj he r i.rec ami I '," ' Ilia I,, arisen Irritation a I Icessitated by ' t Interchange tor apparently Austria onaented to participate onsidered as pieparatorv lull the il, 11, , vv lliell Balkan states and filial -I l lenient of a II I Nothing bus i the conferc Isely w hlch q The projec decided will to I I of I ipp out of a genera the Inevitable delays ne the eonatani telegraphic of views, ccy is preserved regard I in lug th inference al Bagtcha, and i' is not known whether .be plenipoten tiaries are discussing .he I, i ins of an armistice or basis for the conclusion of peace. It is reported from Homo that a provisional Albanian govern meht has been constituted al Avglpnn by eight) Albanian delegates. The tuace plenipotentiaries have delayed the scions discussion foi the I, ,,'1 I ri n Nl.hl Pasha, who has had long interviews wiib tne Austrian minister, King Charles and tin- Rumanian ministers, says a .Sofia dispatch to the Times, a Bulgarian statesman is authority saying that the government is ill hurry lo press negotiations, be- eeen weal of proving the railroad communication e making In-1 for llie transport of troops and win an people re-1 materials to Tchatalja. i provisions iii With the divisions of Generals i. Palrv'ew andlxi loroff ami atovatchoff, totaling did town oflgboul .',11,1111,, men the recruits of Notify every I mi, the reservists ami .in- colun K BNOA i.i.. I ti ers from America, the army before "Sheriff." I Tchatalja will be augmented bj spread broad I 00,000 men. thb. section Is! when these forces ar, assembled. ' auch as ha.e I , i,,,i..-i.... ,,, .,.,, r . ! terms are refused, we shall mareb with the allied armies Into Constan tinople at all costs.'' The cor respondent adds that if the I Bulgarians go into Constantlaop the i Inevitable result will be the DOCUPa I lion ol ronstantiiioiile and tl I,.... I danellea by itussla. Th, Dally Mails Vienna eorrea. Austria will take no teii lo di've tin- Servians out or Inn ixso, until h, i w ii preparations are completed because sllch II Step WOUld almost rertalnly bring her in to conflict with Itussla. It is staled in official I IrCM , result has b. en reached that I the i 1 peine ,!, legaiei Daman Nlaaml Pa- sha, the Turkish ambaaaadoi I R iiv will .! i tlie ptenipotentia dispatch to th. Ii tomorron a Relgrod, Telegraph sic The Inst S. ni.in wounded hav, a! laved here from Adrtenople Among linn, is ill "III" I no .,ii meeting of Ih. daliv sorties of the Turks e Ineompreheaalbt, an with out the ,. mic tion ol the forU, lhl Turkish armv wool aaaMMaatM In two days. In lime oi peace me ,o.., ihlitv b.tt.ii.s ami iii.se ai, now- being attacked by "Hi guns which erg an Infernal f,r Bight) thouaand P III illfanople , Into tin lOldleri arc ,i the pi,, eh longer, visions caunoi last u .Many trenches in, protected hy wire and dome of them are only ISO ynrdi front the heNlcKCis who are pressing eii ihree subs Tip. Rkarvaa o( the iinni.be dlvlaton between Aula ami the Malit.a liver, are e d to the heaviest Turkish fire. "Fighting contlhuei day ami night, The o,,rlug of the Turkish guni ll Inceaaant but Ineffective." Adrlanoplc, according to the offic er, "must tall soon as Chrlatlan fitKl- ttvei report that hunger is tclljna. on the iroOpa ami population a Vienna dlapatch nays a telegram from Constantinople b waj of Con stania, declares the Turklah lovern- incut is content that in a majorltj of eaaea the young Turks recently arreatt ed simii lie sentenced to exile or im prisonment in th' lot tresses. The ul timate seat of the conspiracy was Smyrna, w here Hie at mi corps bad been won ov er for the revolution and expected to go to Btamhoul, TI'ltKN KKVKH Will St'KHKMH !M Vllltl m il'l l : vicuna, ,,. gj N'onulunghlan Rffendl, the Turklah foreign minister, Is quoted by the Constantinople cor respondent of the Nen,. 1'iel PreaaCi as declaring n Impossible to surren der Adranople, because the loss or Adrlano, de would seal Iter rale to Europe, The cession of Dedaghatcti Would lllell. lie llle I la I I la II el tes. Tor key would nnl oblect to cedlna K vala to liulgarla. i PLAN PROPOSED TD St, Louis Man Offers to Be One 0f QQ Moil III (ilVC $ 1 ,()()(.) Each to Make Finance Fund, (MlliailCI lltv Mtiriiliiu Journal S,ir, l:,l I , I tVlii I ; Spokane. Wash. Nov. 88. Plans 1 i for the perina llellt fltlall it tlo cupled i American Mining congress the attcnli f d, fegaltoi I brlf session todu.v. A mes it the nvssage was Win,,, of si. (row ,, WMllae. jOIi1, offerins to I pouru works shut i AID MINING CONGRESS to be one of one bun-' which proves the minister',! deirmlim subserlbe $1,000 eiich.illon lo be piepiiieil for any develop live, he proptiasd that nivnt in the HaQtau orbria. . I'hi pur (Jped men t JU n,,.,. y ''ih,- iniiiiiiion tec for life members be tlatlona , . nun to $ I. alio and a membership campaign be started u,with the moblhwttlun to mi to commit i a ise 1100,000 to be Invested for the: Ice without the cutsoniai) first read benefli of the congress, No definite Another incident coinmented on ICtlOn was taken. ! Is the v isit of field Marshal Huron A resolution was made providing, f, ti,,. appoint, nent of a committee lo fr,.,e a law orotecllm; inlnitiK In i : . ... ., j x resoluMoon recommend- lhH. ,.,.,,, ,,. M.Di,M I ?, . ... o.lof stall'. the west be net allowed I, Cecil til" ill New i resolu - ihari III loll il th a : i Vork wa dopted, tioii fava Mount 11 acre gall ii Ing tip' abolishing of the tcnaii, e of peace is worth great sac lympUS memorial, a 000,000- J rlflCeS. bin tha eOOQOmbj prosperity ic preserve lii the Olympic Of nations and tile full blessing! of In- mitii, nil loiest Washington, Repreaentatlvea from Missouri, Ok - lahemb, Kansas ami Idaho, organised i,,,!,., ti,.. Mint in, chanter of the congress, With the object of urging the rel'entl t duty ch lead ami inc. The congresg lani aside its de - liberations tdnighi lorn frolic at the Spokane i.iggins. a inline iniiiim amp ol I Ii wild old il., - t- LYNCHES TRIO Prisoneis Who Made Muider ous Attack on Jailor, Taken From Deputy Sheiiffs and Hunfi in Swamp, Hi. Moraine JoMmal ineelnl ljm4 Wife fThreveport, i.e. Nov. 'js. w i Burke, Jim Heard and Bllas Jimmei son. three aegTOeS who attacked ami scriousiv wounded Deputy sheriff Ed wards, ,,r Hosier Parish, several weeks ago, were takin from three deputies tonight ami lynched. Ill, ilcioice. am lll'-ir eiiitiK.s. I traveling ill buggies, W ere III, Ibel edge "f a swamp by a mob, the "p-1 utbs overpowered M ll"' negroea j taken Int.. il,, swamp and hanged, j Burke, ii.-ar.i and Jlmmerson, whlhl prisoners in in.' nossiei i. ,iis, i ,i. attacked Bd wards on tin- swelling of September lath, while (he prison, i I Wel-C being Served Hlppel The III gl' -s "en i,,i, 111 With a plei . of l,e all. I . seal l Ills ndltlon la Ktlll serious Dl AMPl-IT PATTQ IQ til AlNlflr rf I Lv 15 oKIDL Ur bnttL,'' New Yolk. Nov 'V Miss Hlnnche l.v.ui Hates. actress, and Qeegrge Creel, police commissioner of flell- v , r, weie inarrb d today at Miss Bated1 COttnt I) home In Newcaiitle, a siiloirb. Judge lien 11. l.indaey of Denver, was hii usher. This evening there was a reception and bannuet in Manhattan J MOB QUISIANA OF NEGROES BRITAIN PROPOSES CONFERENCE OF SIX CREAT England, Fiance, Russia, Ger- many, Austria and Italy In vited to Discuss Basis for Conserving Peace of Europe, AMBASSADORS EXPECT TO SOLVE PROBLEM Disposition ot Albania's Futme, Aegean Sea Islands and Question ot Dardanelles to Be Consideicd, iiiv Mnrnlaa Jowraal Heeelal iMtaM alre.1 Londcn; ov. SO. air Bmravd nicy's propoaal that the ainbnsaadors of the six great powers, Qreal Britain, Prance, ili-nimtiy, Itussla, Austrla Kungarj ami Italv assemble in one of the capitals Willi the view of am phaatalnaj the points arising out of the Balkan war on which the nations arc already in agreement, is under stood to have the support of iicr ...any, Itussla and Krancc. it is expected that without attempt ing to reach a definite settlement of ail til,- problems thai will come up for arrangement at the end of the & war, the ambassadors will be able to ter an aKrceme.it in prlnclpln on s'"" ,"""'"S ",!. " e future ot Alba nia, III, disposition of the I. 1,11,1s ill Aegean sea ami (he Opening or clon ing , i t he i isrdanellea, . Problems like the Austrian-Servian difficult) win be left in, settlement after peace has been eoneludeti. vt sl'lil MOBIL! KM III K VltMV I'lMt QVtCK AfllDN. Vienna, .Nov :. Much excitement ban been occasioned bj the gottotl of the government in arranging for the 1 1 1 1 il 1 1 1 1 l.a t ti i ii ot the Austrian army J Uamentarj leader stonight decided to , allow tliu preinlorn three bills dealing " "I1""" Austrian at my. t,. bucngroat, wh.ri '" rrtvad .Veatcday i.h the gbSSI of i Kl'ig t 'baric. II, bears an autograph ,6tUr "om th AtrW Bmpnrornd will confer with the Humaniaa ohlaf " ' - I municipal COUntlls tonight adopted u 1 manifesto declaring timy "the maiu- dustry an- onlj vouohaafed to states 1 Which maintain peace not by disbon- 1 '""'ed by llie I , ll t forcefully Hup- insclouaness of a .lust cause." lpKAti; ('M'i:m-:f,: makfn satisi-'Actokv hibmhikkk. i sf, Nov.. js Two meetings of the peace delegates were bad today ami according to Premier OUechoff, the pun. parpl urs arc progressing ant- isfactolilv . 11 is believ ed all aruilstlen 'inns, be com liidcil In two days. THE DUMA OPENS Russian Legislators Declare for Maintaining Prestige in Bal kans; Unfriendly Feeling To ward America. ,ii. Morales Joaraal Rpeelal Leeeed UTtre.! Washington. Nov. It, "We hope fongreSS will make Hm most liberal annual appropriation for rivers and harbors this year that has ever been made," said Representative RantdaH sens toT -elect from Louisiana and presbb nl of the Nntlnnal Rivers and Harbors congress, today. R(ven ,tm, HasUirn rnngtrmt no. is lo re next week and. backed by favorable planks In the democratla Hid republican platforms, an effort 'iu oc mane i" inn nee in,' wucruo bouse to l uniisuallv liberal with Its appropriations for public works. Rep resentative shei,urd, of Texas, chair man of the holm,' committee on pub- I'll biiil.liiigs. said his omnibus nieas- j ,,. ,., eompbtc.l in the house '"nuary, earrytng saorn ttkM It,- '. nil. ami ami that the senate was likely to pass it, with several millions added. There are upward of 750 bills pending on the construction of Indi vidual public buildings. The house committee on rivers and harbors will lest probably Saturday to begin its work. It was suggested by several members of Ihe house today that ths commltt.-e should strlk" nn average u .,.j...o.uva lot this year. POWERS SESSION WITH HARMONY