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WEDNESDAY. JUNE 3, 1908.
Wagons Buggies Farming Implements We Sell the Famous McCormick Harvesters, Rakes, Mowers and Binders Moline Plows and Implements Peter Schuttler wagons General Blacksmi thing SHIPWRECKED PERSONS i Kr.Mil lU UU1 fll JLrt ! New York, June 2 On the arrival of the steamship City of Savannah ' here it was learned that she had been I in communication tiy wirciess ten.- -I graph with the Merchants & Miners j steamship-Merrimac off Cape Ro-maine. The Merrimac reported picking up two ship's boats loaded with persons from a wrecked vessel. The wireless failed to give the name of the vessel wrecked or the number rescued, or to tell whether Í there had been any lives lost. - I Because of the thick fog that prfr ' vailed here Saturday, Sunday and 'Monday, it is feared that some ship jhas met with a disaster, the details of which have 'not yet. been made known. BANK FAILS; MOB RAGES NORMAN WIIK1NS Infuriated Italian De positors Fear Savings Are Completely Lost IRISH ORDERS HONOR VISITING CARDINAL ' Mrs. A. li. Carey :Mm. ARKELL, Manager: GENERAL , HARDWARE Cutlery, Ammunition, Tinware; Graniteware, Majestic Ranger, Sanitary Plumbing & Heating, TIN SHOP 112 N. Second St. Raton. N. M. Xew York, June J Two Irish so cieties, the Catholic Benevolent leu ion and the New York Municipal Council 01 the United Irish League, of America, me! at Archbishop I'ar- i ley's house last ni;jfht. and each pre sented Cardinal Logue with memen toes oí his visit lure. The Catholic lienevolent legion's lit was. a large mcriean f lapr. In accepting it Cardinal Logue said: ; "Though I always have been proud of my countrymen, t have never been so proud of them as I have since I ! came here to America. 1 know the rc spect and affection the Irish Catho- I tics have for that banner. They love j the flag." I The second presentation took the : form of an illuminated address signed I by fifty prominent members of the i United Irish league. In response 1 Cardinal I .untie said: I "I am sincerely grateful for this j beautiful address. There is additional 1 reason why we ' should be grateful, ! for whenever any cause is promoted j for the welfare of Ireland we are al ways sure of our countrymen in 'America supporting it." Cleveland, Ohio, June 2. I-ivc hun dred infuriated Italians stormed the closed doors of the private banking house of Gactano Liotta, Grange street, today and had it not been for police interference would have forced an entrance. As soon as the doors of the bank failed to- open at the accus tomed time this morning the bank was surrounded by Italians. Rumors flew fast, and men. women and chil- Ircn flocked to the place where the had deposited their savings. The croud threatened' to break in the door and a riot call was turned in. A sipi.'id of policemen soon ar rived am! drove Ijack the excited Italians, l.itto. it is said, cannot 'be found. The total deposits do not amount to move than S03.00J. TURKS BOMBARD; CAPTURE SAMOS Athens, June 2. Turkish warships shelled the island of Samos and to day the sultan's flag flies over the governor's palace. A protest made by and Austrian subject caused the Austrian guardship Taurus to be dispatched to the island. Refugees arriving here from the is land say that before occupying the town of Vathy the J tirkisn warsnips bombarded the heights and drove out the inhabitants who had massed there f AN Y DIE IN RED RIVER Texarkana, Ark., June persons are reported to ENGLISH LANGUAGE TO BE DEAD ONE IN TWO THOUSAND YEARS 2. Set era! have been drowned, hundreds of others arv ma rooned, and thousands of acres of cultivated lands are under water as a result of an almost unprecedented rise in the Red river in this vicinity. The cress of the flood .should pass: tomorrow. Until then an accurate estimate oí the monetary loss and the numher oi deail cannot be estimated. COLLEGE MAN GETS FOUR YEARS FOR ROBBERY Chicago, June 2. English may be a dead language in 4,000 A., I)., ac cording to Professor Fred Xewton Scott ot the University of Michigan. In an article on "A Substitute for the Classics," in the School Review, issued yesterday by the University of Chicago Press, Professor Scott inti mates that Timbuctoo will be the Id capita! ami that J!aulu will be WINS FORTUNE AT A SALE: PAYS $1,000 AND DRAWS .501 wo: tile common language. English is superior Greek, but inferior to claros. to Latin Bantu, he and dc- I BIRTH OF ROYAL CHILD TO OCCUR BEFORE JUNE ENDS Madrid. June i The Official Ga zette announced today that the ac couchement oE Queen Victoria is ex pected before the cud of June CHILD FATALLY BURNED. Norma n W I kins FIRE INSURANCE CIMARRON, NEW MEMICO Gkuwoi'd Springs. Colo., June Rosalind, the -'-year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Cohn of this place was probably fatally burned this morning. The child was playing with some matches and her clothing caugnt ture. 11 it miner nasuiy i wrapped her in a blanket, extinguish ing the , blaze but not soon enough to ore vent terrible burns. San Francisco, June 2. Four years in San Quentin .was the sentence inv posed yesterday by Judge Ogden of Oakland upon David F. Wythe. Co lumbia university graduate, former private secretary to II. Fay Mills, and apartment house thief. Wythe was sentenced after he had made a dra matic plea for mercy.' JAPAN DISCOURAGING COOLIES' EMIGRATION OER WAR HERO DEAD . . , -i-i. ... eve 1 rk. av lo. ineic sold at auction today, at the weekly Mueller sale of securities, a tin box. said to contain maps, profiles, sur vey::., etc., of the Chesapeake -tern railo-ad and some misccllaiu-ou- se curities, wih a face value of $N.',.5S'. for ii.ooo. !t was purchased by an unidentified spectator. The entire out-landing coital stock of the Chesapeake Wc.-lcni rail way. as well ;'S its bonds, was sold at the Mueller auction sales four weeks ; ago and realized ?i.ono. I be src.un I ties offered " ere Si. .119.000 of first ! mortgage 4 per cent b inds, ioof .ooo j preferred stock and A-ill.-'oo common j stock, the total par value being XiS.úio. Alonir with them was offer ed $500,000 of Pocahontas coii;.;tuy first mortgage bonds. Today there London, June 2. -Gen. Sir Kcdcers j were 5.000 shares of lhe Pocahontas Henry Huller, who had been ill for company, fifty shares of the Midland some weeks past, is dead. He was Railway company, and $7s. 500 -first horn in. 1850. mortgage bonds of the Washington, Gen. Sir Redvers Huller, command- j Cincinnati St. I.&ouis railroad .-old er of the British forces in South At'- j along with the box of "said to con riea during the I'.ocr war and the mar- j lain" contents, for $1,000. tial idol of the English people, was I Washington, June 2 That Japan is making a sincere effort to check immigration to, this country was as serted in an interview given out by liaron Takahira, the Japanese am bassador "Japan is tailing all possible meas ures to stop emigra) ion of laborers to the United States," said Mr. Taka hira. "These newlv adopted meas ures have, however, not been in force a sufficient length of time as yet and so maters may not be quite as well adjusted as ihey will be in the near tu ture. i feel sure that, the pleasant and cordial relations which now exist be tween the United States and Japan will not be marred, hut will continue indefinitely." ST. LOUIS, ROCKY MOUNTAIN & PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY PASSENGER SCHEDULE In Effect April i st Wells-Fargo Express Train No. 2. Lv Cimarron . 9:20 a.m. Cerrososo . 9:38 a.m. " Colfax 10:50 am. i" Kolerjc '' Kothler... .11:00 a.m. ' Preston... .11 :35 a.m. " Clifton H.. 11:5s a-m. Ar. Raton 12:25 p.m. Train No-1. Lv. Raton 3:50 p.m. '! Clifton H.. 4:17 p.m. " Preston 435 P-m. " Ko'ler jo " Colfax Cerrososo.. Ar. Cimarron.. 4:50 p.m 5:10 p.m 5:50 p.m. 6:12 p.m 6:30 p.m. FALL INTO ORE BIN KILLS MAN INSTANTLY Puebol, Colo., June 2. John Louie, a workman employed at the Minnc qua steel plant, fell into an ore bin around which he was working last night and was instantly killed. F.ng YANKEE SUPREMACY. "But really," said the British mer chant, "we make everthing in land that you make here." "With one exception," replied the American merchant. Indeed? And what is the one thing wc don't make?" "liaste." Philadelphia Press. FOR SALE OR RENT BITTEN BY A MAD CAT. Greeley. Colo., June. 2 D. T. I'.rush superintendent of the Bijou Land & Irrigation company was toilay bitten by a cat which is believed to be suf fering with hydrophobia. Some time since his little son was bitten by a mad dog and sent at once to the Pas teur Institute at Chicago. The dog was kilted but not until it had bitten the cat which attacked Mr. Brush. He will go to Chicago at once. decidedly a man of action. At the time of the outbreak of the Boer war General Huller was probably the most talked-of man in the world. In every nation upon the globe his name was discus ed with unwonted free dom. There were thousands and thousands of men who had never heard of Genera! Huller who sudden ly came almost to know him. Ncws- I papers alt over tlie worm primen great stories of bis valor and prowess and used his picture upon every avail able occasion. Hut through it all the. sfnrdv English soldier kept his ied peace and spoke no word. General Huller grew up in the ar my. The barrack room .was his ear ly home; the sounds of camp were the sounds familiar to his ear; the smells familiar to his nostrils. He saw much hard service in Soudan and Egvpt, and won his spurs by dogged luck and determination. He was an ambitious soldier and he rose steadily and surely. At IQ ne entered the military service and from that time on practically until his death he was active in handling the martial afairs of England. The Chesaoeake Western is a -mail road in Virginia, which leases anoth er road known as the Chesapeake & Western, both lilies owning between them si.vty-eiglit miles. The Chesa peake Western railway is in turn owned by the Chesapeake Western company East week the new own ers of the road elected W. E. Stokes president, to succeed Robert AlcM Gillespie, and A. 11. Gle-ason vice president. The same interests were probably the purchasers of today's se curities. Railroad reference books give nn lud-j clew as to what or where the other j railroad companies are. There a'c- several ,Mi:ianil raiiroaus, one in Xew Jersey, one in New England, and another in Indiana. All have passed through bankruptcy and 1,-cru taken over into other railroads. CRAZY FATHER KILLS WIFE AND CHILDREN La Helio, Mo June 2. -In a fit of insanity Hert McMillan, foreman on the ranch of Whctimore Thomas, near here, shot and instantly killed hi wife, Mrs. Mamie McMillan, and ins two small children. Opal, aged 3. and Frank, aged 6, and then after setting fire to his clothing, sent a bullet through his brain. there were no witnesses to the tragedy." McMillan and his family came here about five months ago from Springfield, Mo., and little is known of their past his tory. The coroner decided McMil Ian committed the crimes while tem porarily insane. TRACK WASHED OUT BY HIGH WATER IN NEBRASKA Lincoln, Neb., June 2. Several wash-outs were reported on the Wy more division of the Burlington today. The Missouri Pacific railway also encountered trouble. fiunter&lleff.... rAlNTERS and APER HANGERS ?AI kinds of work solicited. Special attention paid to j .. s Country Orders. Completely furn ished, The Grand Hotel and Saloon, in Cimarron; best location In the city; call on MARTIN BUK0VC BLIND SENATOR MAY RECOVER HIS SIGHT Washington, June 2 In the hope that he may . recover his eyesight, Thomas P. Gore, the blind senator of Oklahoma, entered upon a course of treatment today at the Episcopal Eve, Ear and Throat hospital in this city, under the care of Dr. William It Holland Wilnicr. Senator Gore lost his eyesight in childhood and but slight hope is held out by the physicians as to his recov crv of sieht. "The treatment is experimental," laid Senator Gore today. "I will continue with the treatment for week and if there is any improvement Dr Wilmer will perform a slight op cration on the crystalline lens. My longer stay is dependent on there be ing no opposition to my returning to the senate. The "close on June 16." LAWYER CUTS THROAT; LEAPS FROM WINDOW St. Joseph, Mo., June 2. Robert J. Roark, supposed to be a lawyer from Jim- tioii City, Kan., cut his throat in hotel lu re this morning. He then jumped from a second-story window anil ran to a residence a block dis- .int. burst through a window and fell dead in the kitchen. Papers on his person indicated domestic troubles. KILLING OF BROTHERS MURDER, SAYS CORONER SHRINERS JOURNEY TO RATON ON JUNE 4 Raton will be the Mecca of Shrin ers from all over New Mexico and Colorado tomororw. Across the burn ing sands the Shriners will journey to the Gate City for a big conclave and many of the barbarians will lis led into the mysteries of the iaitk. About forty members of El Jehel Temple o Denver, who reside in this city and vicinity, will make the jour ney. Dr. Harper is busily engaged in dispatching couriers who are spreading the news. Five from here will take the degrees. The ritualis tic work will be followed by a big. banquet. ASKS BIG DAMAGES. Red Clific, Colo., June -'.William Soper, the Denver & K10 Grande passenger brakeman who shot and killed Joseph Hrolhers the Oilman sa man saloonkeeper, at Pando Saturday night, has been bound over to the district court without bail on the charge of murder. The coroner's jury which investigated the killing of Brothers, crfuscd to accept Soper's version of' the affair, which was that he mistook his victim Tor a train robber. ElorciiC' Colo., June J. A s'ait, making sensational allegations and asking damages to the amount of $1,000,003 and the appointment of a receiver for the United Oil vompauy, was filed here today by J. Wallace, a director and vice-president of the coinpnay, representing a number of ather stockholders. The suii is against Crawford Mill of. Denver and a num ber of others and it is charged thaf these men used the company's mor- cy for private enterprises and in sup porting the Inland Oil and Refining company. HUERFANO INSTRUCTS DELEGATION FOR BRYAN Walsenburg, Colo., June a. The Democratic county iconvention was held here today and strong resolu tions indorsing Bryan, were passed. Delegates were instructed to vote for delegates to the national convention who favor William J. Bryan for pres ident. The following delegates were elected to the Glenwood Springs con vention: E. A. Strange, A. G. Johns nominations T. S. Brown, P. Kricr, William Bab- Ibitt and C. M. Mack. ORGANIZE MARCHING CLUB Dncvcr, June 2. A marching club, which will meet all delegate and vis itors to the Democratic convention has been organized by the Denver club. The club will consist of two shifts and every guest will be welcomed. MOB VICTIM LEAVES A FORTUNE; WIFE MISSING Reno, Ncv., June 2. The friends of the late Joe Simpson, who was hang ed to a telegraph pole at Skidoo fot shooting a saloon man of that place, are now trying to find his wife. It is that his wife will receive the entire estate if she will only apply for it.