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THE FARMINGTON TIMES" PKINT- INO CO., Publishers. FakmTn(FPoFE i mTssoTrl Germany Is for peace and also It Is Colng Ui kopp Its powder dry. An old brain In a young head la bet ter than a young bruin In an old head. It Is true that money does not bring bapplncsH. The ezur gets $'j:i,l'0,C00 year. Music may do Homo g:.od. While a boy Is whistling ho can't be smoking cigarettes. How can old fogy practitioners say that the young doctor la wholly In competent after they have Keen hla lovely whiskers? Winston Churchill receives a royal ty of 20 cents per volume, anil already Ms receipts from one book are said to have been $ 1 fio.oint. Germany In not pnlng to favor dis armament. It Is afraid the second hand man wouldn't give it much of anything for Its guns. Why doesn't some multimillionaire give Commander l'eary that mere trlllo of Jr.o.onn and pet him started tor the north pole without ilela) ? Very likely li Is true that many young doi'tois do not know much, hut nature works aa hard to assist them as it does to assist the old practition ers. iy mistake, a man who meant to varnish his front door used maple sy rup. Fortunately, though. It does not appear that he used varnish on hla buckwheat rakes. Tom Luwson Is said to have made $2,Suv.0U0 the other day by not buying u copper mine. We refrain from buy ing copper mines every day In the year without gaining anything b It. Hudson Maxim announces thai he has completed an Invention which will render armor plate useless. This ought to help some more toward the establishment of universal peace. Klpllug may not have been trying to make the poet laureaie look like, a plugged ui'ccnt piece, but that was a sort of by-product of Kudyurd's latest effort. A Huston woman wrote 2:.'.' v.cirds a minute for l"i minutes on her type writer. No doubt that if it had been necessary she could have talked them at tli" same speed for as long i; time. A New Orleans man dm sn't want the negroes to heiielit b ill" ninnies scholarships. The simplest way to prevent that would be lor the white boys to beat the negro bo.-; iu the ex aminations. A correspondent wtitcs to a London paper "to protes' emphatically against the carolesi and seltlsh persons who walk about In a crowded thorough fare wllb their umbrellas carried In a dangerous way.'' What s the use? (J men Alexandra Is Inn one of the many royal ladies who bear the name of "Alex." Her two nieces. Princess Alexandra of Hesse, who Is now the widow of the lirand liiike Serglus of llussia, and the present czarina of Itu ala are both known as "Alex." Fifty or more mirrors havo been re moved from the government printing office so the women employes won't lie overlustlngly primping. This dla bollcal move, however, will fall to ar rest the Involuntary straying of the lily-white lln to lei I or tho marcel wave or the pomp. Hansford I) Kuckniaii of Worcester, MasB., recently appointed naval ad visor to the siilliiu of Turkey, is now In command of the Meet which guards the llosphoriis and the Dardanelles with the rank of admiral, ills first experience as n sailor wus gained on tho great lakes, where he was a cabin hoy. Now. at tn, he Is an admiral. The COO elderly old ladies of a Swiss community who have organized a cm sado against excessive dunclng nnd havo forwarded a petition to the can tonal ofllcinls pointing out that num berless balls, dances and other do- moralizing entertainments were given last year, and the young people de voted too much time to pleasure. might lose their labor If somebody should dub them publicly tho Sour Grapes association. Vermont has 14 living ex-governors, ranging In ago from M years down to half a century. The list Is, of course headed by Finklerick Ilolbrook of Ilrat- tloboro, the war governor, and then comes ex-Congressman John V. Stew art, Senator Redflold Proctor, John L. Itarstow, Samuel E. Plngrec, Ebcneier J. Ormsby, Senntor William P. Dil lingham, Carroll S. Page. IT. A. Wood bury, Joslah Grout, Edward C. Smith, William W. Stlckney, John O. McCul- lough and Charles J. Hell. A lending favorite In tho literary circles of Washington is the widow of Itev. T. lie Witt Talmage, the cele brated Brooklyn preacher. Since the death of her husband Mrs. Talmage has spent much of her time In the capital. She writes for magazines and newspapers, generally verses, but always under a nom do plume. The English ribbon trade la said to be now In a more flourishing condi tion than it has been In man)' years owing; to the huge demands the dress makers and milliners nro making upon the output of the manufacturers. A SCENE IN THE TALK WITH ORCHARD CHIEF WITNESS FOR STATE SUB MITS INTERVIEW. HE GUARDS HIS FAMILY HISTORY Says He Has Been Haywood's Friend and Has No Promise of Immunity, lloisc, Idaho, May 17. Mystery itir- rounding the Identity of Harry Or i hard, w ho Is to be the chief witness lor the state in the Haywood. Mover and I'ettlbone trials, was deepened rather than cleared as a result of (lev. lieodlugs personally conducted excur sion to the state penitentiary Thurs day evening. The party Included a few newspaper men. who were told to "ask anything you please, but nothing about the point at issue, tho Stiiiii"U berg murder." The correspondents saw Orchard for about half an hour The famous v it Hiss for the slate 111 the Haywood, Mover et al. eases Is 40 yonr old. wr-lghs probably !! pounds. Is feet i Inches tall, broad shouldered, Monde '.'ouiplc xloii, ii ddlsh-browu mustache WILLIAM D. HAYWOOD. On Trial for Comphc'ty in Steunen- berg Murder ) and shifty, greenish brown ei-s. ills voice Is softly modulated. "Orchard," he was asked, "where Is your native state?" "I wouldn't care to say." "Is your family living?" "Ves." "Have you written them or they to yon, outside your wife?" "I have nothing to say.' It was a negative interview through out. that revealed muliinc (, ad mitted he had been a rloso'frlond of Haywood, a prominent labor man. but had more or lean gambled, and insist ed he had not been pormtseri immu nity for anything he may havo re vealed. Finally, ntiiler close iiiiestion lug, he slated ho w as born In Canada, but declined to state where. GOV. GOODING'8 ACT IS CALLED CONTEMPT. llolse, Idaho, May 17. A suisa'lon ii climax to the uctlon or Gov Hood ing in personally conducting th-t ex cursion of newspaper men to see Har ry Orchard, principal witness for the prosecution In tho trial of Win. D. Haywood for the alleged murder of ex Ciov. Stuinenberg, came Friday, when ludgo Wood denounced the matter from the bench. Judge Wood inti mated that it was contempt of court, snd asked counsel what should be done. The County Attorney was cull ed In, and, after discussion as to whether the act was Intended to In fluence prospective Jurors, Judge Wood ruled that the matter shoti'd bo gono Into further by the county at torney and the governor and others who were responsible should be pun ished. This closed tho Incident, and the trial proceeded. Prominent Mining Man Missing. El Paso, Tex. J. S. Clarkson, a prominent mining man, formerly of Detroit, loft his boarding house In Guadalajara, Mex., near here, three weeks ago and has never been seen since. He bus brothers in Detroit. Nurse for Prince Asturiao. ...adrld Owing to tho many duties requiring her attention. Queen Vic toria has given up the idea of nursing the prince of the Asturins and a nurse has been obtained for him from the province cf Buntapder. if If Xi.Marrwoij, HIT COURTROOM AT BOISE. CUBAN INCOME GROWS. With $16,000,000 Lying Idle, Msgoon Is Economical. I Washington lmorm:.tlon has bron received at the war department that Governor Magoon Is making plans to curry out contracts for exten sive railroad Improvements In Cuba. , The Cuban congress passed a bill au- ' thorlzlng the expenditure of $5,000,000 ! for this work. Gov. Magixin has reduced this sum to Jl.o00.0iin and will begin the work In the Province of Plnar del Klo, the principal tobacco region. There Is about $n;,(iiio.nno now lying Idle In ' the Cuban Treasury. The government I Income Is now about $'ii)0,000 monthly In excess of the expenditures'. Boy Sees Mother Slain. : Chicago, 111 111 In bed with I measles, N year-old Henry Nlebuhr, I Tuesday night saw his mother, Mrs. j Elizabeth Niebnhr. die at the hnnds of Thomas Hunan, a boarder and a letter carrier, and then watched the i latter end his own life with two bul , lets, quarrels with her husband over Kouan's presence In the Nlebuhr home had caused the father to leave. ; It was the woman's ellorls to secure In reconciliation with her husband that resulted In the tragedy. Was Southern Pacific Treasurer. Kan Francisco. Andrew J. Van Dervecter, who a few years ago was made treasurer of the Southern I'uclllc, has for years boon asslit.int treasurer of that company In New York. The position of treasurer on this const, made vacant by the di:h recently of Cnpt. N. T. Smith, will soou be filled, probably by tho uppolntuicnt of a local man. Alleged S'ayer Asks Release. Jefferson City, Mo An application for a writ or hnbeas corpus for Charles Heath, tinder arroBt In Plne- vllle. Douglas county, for munle; In the first degree, was argued In Divi sion No. 2 of the supreme court todnv, Heath is charged with killing Clarence Mosler fcb. 22, llloT. Bishop Key to Preside. rsnsnvnie, i enn According to an announcement made here, Ulshop J. S. Key. or Sherman. Tex., will preside over the St. Louis conference of the Methodist Episcopal church, south, to be held at West Plains. Mo., Sept. 18. Pleaded Not Guilty. Kan Francisco Judge Lawler dlsal lowed the dt tmirrer offered by Louis Class to the indictments filed against him, and Glass thereupon was ar raigned and pleaded not guilty to each or the nine Indictments. London 125 Degrees Hot. Ixmdon The thermometer Sunday registered 123 degrees in the sun and ,! in tno Kiiniie. In the past forty- eignt nours mere hnvc been twenty hours nnd fifty-one minutes of bright Hiitisuin. , Reads Daughter's Book and Forgives. Chicago Prof. Cleaver Wilkinson oi tne i ntvcrsiiy of Chicago has been won over to the side of his daughter Florence's literary admirers by his daughter's latest novel. To Learn How to Cure Squid. Newport. R. I. Three Japanese, one a graduate of Harvard university, asked permission of C. II. Anderson, a wholesale fish shipper, to make ex porimonts In curing squid. Tho re quest was granted. Gets $1,000,000 Alimony. New York. Mrs. John Love Elliott has obtained a divorce from her hus band on statutory grounds, and Mr. F:illott has given her $1,000,000 for the support of herself and their daughter Ethel. Steam Shovel Workers Strike. Pannma. The strike of the steam shovel workers, which began Monday the taen demanding $300 per mouth In stead of their present salary of $210, continues. Only eight steam shovels were at work Tuesday. 82 Degrees In New York. Now York Tho government ther mometer at the weather bureau Tues day registered 82 degrees, and the first case of heat prostration for the year was reported. The victim was a laborer. IN H0N0R0F GRANT GEN. KUR0KI PLACES WREATH ON AMERICAN'S TOMB.' IMPRESSIVE ORIENTAL CEREMONY This Was the Chief Event of Baron's Stay In New York City. tht Nw York, N. Y. When, 28 years ago, Ueu. V. 8. Grant, In his tour of the world, was tho guest of the em peror of Japan, one of the officers as signed to attend him was a young col onel, who as (Jen. Kurokl, of world renown, visited Riverside drlvo and there, with Impressive oriental cere mony, placed a laurel wreath upon the American's tomb. To Gen. Kurokl today's pilgrimage to Grant's tomb was the chief event or his Btay in New York, and a part of his program which he had repeat edly said must be carried out, no mat ter what feature waa sacrificed. Accompanied by Gen. and Mrs. F. I). Grant, I'. S. A., Gen. Kurokl's party proceeded iu automobiles to the tomb luto Sunday afternoon. Iteuchlng the vicinity, Gen. Kurokl was the llrst to alight. In his hand he curried the wreatn. As the party entered the tomb all removed their bills and Gen. Kurokl advunced towards "the sarcophagus, i. lien about 15 feet away lie bowed nnd then as he proceeded step by step no continued to bow low. When he reached the bier ho stopped and an aide descended the severnl steps placed the wreath in position. For several minutes the purty stood in silence and then, retracing their steps, entered the automobiles and were driv en to the hotei Astor. Vessel Is Total Wreck. St. Johns, N. F. The entire crew of the steamer Morena, which went on u reef off Cape Ray, abandoned the vessel at sundown Sunday, her bot tom having been beaten out by pound ing on tho rocks. The Morena is a total wreck und will brciiK to pieces probably In the first storm. She was a now vessel bound from Liverpool for Toronto with a cargo of pig Iron and stranded here during a heavy fog. Taken to Higher Court. Topeka, Kas. Tho Culled States supremo court will thrash out tin fight that has been commenced to drive tho breweries from Kansas. This Important turn came when the Kansas silupreme court Issued an or der appointing 8. H. Allen, T. F. Gar- vor und G. 11. Wbllcomb as receivers of the properties in Kansas belonging to tho Anhonser-Hiisch llrewlng Co. of St Louis. These same receivers lire acting for the other teu defend ants. Believes in National Regulation. Cleveland, O.. President William IL Canirf, of the New York, Chicago & St. Louis railroad (Nickel Plate) ty lleves In the regulation of railroad-, by the nation und state, but regards the present activities of President Roosevelt as productive of harm to the country In general. He thinks that railroad regulation should bo ac companied by liberal conservatism, else Ill-effects will bo fell by the people. Bomb in a Street Car. San F'ranclsco, Calif. A satchel containing a bomb wag found In a Sutter street car at the bttrn at Oak nnd llroderlck streets. The fuse had been lighted, but the spark died out before reaching the powder. The po lice are working on the caso. The I'nlted Rnllrond officials believe that the infernal machine was loft In the car by a s'riko sympathizer. Vohva Is Ousted. Chicago, III. Zlon City was in turmoil when It became known that Judge K. M. Lnndlsi In tho United States circuit court, had recognized Doncon John A. Ittwls no the legiti mate successor of John Alexander Dowle, the dead founder of the north Bhnrt city, and has thus practically ousted Wilbur Glen Vollva from the leadership. Red Cross Courtesies. Wachinglon, D. C. Baron Oznma, vice president of the Japanese Red Cross society, accompanied by bis in terpreter, Mr. Togn, has arrived In this city to express to President and the American Red Cross society the thanks of the Japanese for assistance rendered to that couuntry during the famine. To Settle Labor Troubles. Orizaba, Mex. In order to bring an end to the disastrous labor troubles at the Rio Blanco textile mills, the authorities have petitioned the Inter vention of President Diaz,, whose per sonal Interest In tho matter, it Is be lieved, will result In a speedy settle ment. Railway Trainmen Changes. Atlanta, Ga. Th6 report of the com mittee on constitution was considered by the railway trainmen In their bien nial convention, several changes In tho handling of Insurance being effected. The proposition to make the conven tions 'triennial was defeated. Killed Resisting Arrest. . ' Des Moines. Ia. A. J. Barker, ne gro, was fatally shot and Police De tective Johnston was wounded about the bead In an attempt to capture Barker. JAPAN NOT 8LIGHTEO. Roosevelt Had No Authority to Invito Prince Fushlml. Washington. Diplomats in Lou don who declare that President Roosevelt has slighted Japan because he failed to Invite Prlnee Fushlml, relative of the emperor, to the United States, are agitated without cause. Prince Fushlml will visit Canada, but ho does not intend to come to the Unit ed States, as be waa here three years ago and was entertained as the na tlon's guest. Prince Fushlml was not Invited be cause It Is not the practice of Presl dent Roosevelt to Invite kings, princes dukes and other distinguished persons to become the guest of the nation. He has no authority to do so, as Invtta tlons of this kind must be extended by congress. Princes nnd dukes come to the United States without Invitations and the only notice tho government has of their coming Is an Informal and unofficial one. TRIED IN NEW YORK COUNTY. Mutual Reserve Officers' 'Application for Change of Venua Denied. New York. Frederick A. Burn- hnm. president of tho Mutual Re serve Life Insurance company and George I). Aldredge, also an officer of the company, who are under Indict ment on charges of grand larceny aiid forgery must stand trial In New York county. An application for a change of venue made by their counsel several days ago was denied by Supreme Court Justice Howling. The Indictments against Ilurnham and Eldridgc grew out of tho recent Insurance investlun tlon. George Ilurnham, Jr., formerly general counsel for the Mutual Re serve, who was Indicted at the same time, is now serving a two-year sen tence m sing Sine. The trial of Frederick Ilurnliam is vchedulod to begin Monday. W. 0. W. Elects Officers. Norfolk, Vn. The sovereign camp uoonmon or tho World. In nlon nlal convention here, elected th following officers for the next two yenrs: Commander, .1. C. Risit, Oma ha; adviser. W. W. FYazcr, Dallas, Tex.; Ranker Morris Sheppard. Tex arkana, Tex.; clerk, John T. Yates, Omaha; watchman, W. II. Jewell, Man Chester, In.; sentry, D. E. Hrndshaw Little Rock, Ark. Tulsa Gets Presbyterian School. Itllsa, I. T Henry Kendall col lege of Muskogee, a Presbyb rlnn Institute established seventeen years ago, moved to Tulsa by the special committee of the synod of Indian Ter ritory. Tulsa gave a twenty-acre site and $fm,(iiin to get tlin school. The Muskogee property, valued at $12a.i00, will be sold and the proceeds made a nucleus of an endowment fund. May Be Extradited. New York. That Arthur Preslon Green nnd Charles II. Roeherer may be extradited to England was the decision made bv I'nlted States Commissioner Shields. The men are accused of steallnc lewelrv valued at $15,000 from two London firms. Green? admitted his nnrt in the thefts, but denied thnt Roeherer had anything to do with them. No Change In Strike. New York. There was no dis turbance Monday night by tho striking longshoremen. The strlk' leaders snld thnt their men were re malnlng firm and that they had ever; hope of winning their demand. Th work of organizing the strikers cpu tlnued. That there wero accession! to their ranks was tho declaration oi tho strike leaders. Back from the Philippines. San Francisco, Cal. Tho 8th Unit ed States cavalry regiment, Col II. P. Kingsbury commanding, which lias been on duty in tho Philip pines for tho Inst two yenrs, returned on tho army transport Thomas. Tho headquarters band and two squadrons will go to Fort Robinson at once and one squadron will go to Fort D. A. Russell, Wyo. The other squadronr will remain permanently at the Pre sidio. Guernsey Cow Broke Record. New York. The world's record milk production for a year by s single cow has been broken by tin Guernsey, Dollle Illoom, according tc the report of Secretary Wm. H, Cnld well at the annual meeting of the Gernsey Cattle club here. Dolly Bloom's record for the year was 17,29, pounds, or about 2,023 gallons. She Is owned by F. A. Ames, of Boston. Next General Conference In 1910. Nashville, Tenn. The next gen eral conference of the Methodist Episcopal church, south, wjll be held at Ashevllle, N. C. In 1910. Such war the decision reached here by a special committee which heard delegations from Richmond, Kansas City and other places. Antl-Oplum Dens, Pekln It Is declare that the viceroy of , Chi LI province, Yuan Shl'Kal, has ordered local magistrate to establish "antl-oplum shops" for thf reception of opium smokers, who will be induced to live In these places with the view of curing themselves of tbt habit. Wisconsin Has Heavy Snowfall. Superior, Wis. Three inches ol snow loll here Tuesday night, the heaviest recorded In 15 years so late RIOTS IN ODESSA FOLLOWING A8SA88I NATION OF OFFICERS, PEOPLE GO WILD. THE POLICE REMAIN INACTIVE Black Hundreds Run Through the Streets, Beating the People, Par ticularly the Jews. Odessa, May 21. Following the as-, sasslnatlon of three police officials here, serious rioting occurred und at 8 o'clock in the evening tho mark Hundreds were running wild through tho streets mercilessly beating people, particularly Jews, more than a hun dred of whom were eerlously Injured. The police apparently remulned pas sive, making no arrests, and the lllack Hundred continued their work of re venge unchecked. The tragedy which led to the rioting; was openly enacted. While the superintendent of police) und a number of other officers were In the central police bureau, two moo. and a girl entered the building, de posited an Infernal machine In the of fice nnd went away. The machine ex ploded almost immediately, killing the chief of police, two chief detectives of the city and seriously Injuring seven other persons. The police pursued, wounded and captured two terrorists, but tho girl who was with them es caped. The loader of tho terrorists, wus subsequently Identified as u man, named Tchortoff. The two detectives killed were bit terly hated by the terrorists for their activity against the hitter's organiza tion. AN OLD GRUDGE. An Oklahuma Lawyer Takes a Shot at an Old Enemy. Tulsa, I. T., May 21. Haskell D. Talley, a young lawyer and politi cian, shot IJ. V. Pettus, cousin of Sen ator Pettus of Alabama and n lender In Oklahoma democratic affairs. The shooting occurred on a principal street corner and was witnessed by a dozen person. It Is alleged thnt Ill-feeling oxlBtod hetweon the men for several years, growing out of Pettus' refusal to accept Talley as a suitor for tho hand of his daughter. Recently busi ness troubles accentuated the bitter ness between the men and when they met the shooting followed, pettus was at one time a candidate for state superintendent of public Instruction. He will recover. Royal Arcanum Proposition Defeated; Hoston, May 21. Several Impor tant propositions were defeated at the supreme council of the Hoynl Arcan um. One sought to abrogate the reg ular rates nnd place nil of the "in.00f members of the order on n rate Ijign as "optional." This rale provides it constant rate during membership. Tho committee to which this proposi tion was submitted opposed it vigor ously nnd the plan was unanimously lefentcd. Gunboat Quarantine Released. San Diego, Oil., May 21. Rear Ad miral Swinburne has received word from Magdnlena bay that the gunboat Princeton has been released from quar antine and Is about ready to come north. The quarantine was not on Account of yellow fever, as had been stated, but because of a case of scar let fever. Tho patient, has recovered mil tho necessary 12 days has passed without any serious case developing. Railroad Extension, Shawnee, Okla., May 21 II. F. Yoakum, chairman of the board of di rectors of the Rock lsland-l-'rlsco sys tem, announced thnt an Immediate ex tension of the St. Louis & San Fiun slsco railroad from Okmulgee to Khaw neo will be made and that he bus ul ready given orders to his surveyors to begin work. Steamer and Yacht Collide. Naples, May 21. The Italian steam er Ro d'ltallu was iu collision hero. with tho American yacht Athena,, owned by Charles Gibson, rf ISostnu: Tho yacht sustained damages. The. accident was caused by heavy seas. . Ralls for Panama. Washington, May 21. Rids were- ripened by the purchasing agency ofl the Panama canal hero for 6,00b tons- of steel rails for railroad construc tion on the Isthmus. Only twq bldsl were received, one making the prlco! 1158,700 for tho rails delivered at Colon and the other $K!2,2riO. The Iowj est bid was submitted by the Maryland) Steel Co., tho other by tho I'nltedi States Steel Products Exporting Co. ; To Reduce Kates. ' Washington, May SI. Three de-' cislons of the Interstate commerce commission relating to tho operation nf joint through rates wero announced and In each case the defendant road agreed to reduce the rates In accord ance with tho desire of the complain ants and the complainants were dis missed. Veteran Writer Dead. 8L Louis, May 21. W. E. Owena died at the city hospital Sunday night after being In the institution since May 1. Death was due to tubercu losis, . pwens was a brilliant writer Aad. Jiad been employed on several publication in St. Louis. Died In Naples. Naples, May 21. J. H. First, A resi dent of Portland, Ore., died core of. in the waaon. tumor of the stomach. fc.Mj4.:ji Mail .