Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Santa Fe New Mexican Newspaper Archive: June 1, 1905 - Page 1

Share Page

Publication: Santa Fe New Mexican

Location: Santa Fe, New Mexico

Issue Date:

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Santa Fe New Mexican (Newspaper) - June 1, 1905, Santa Fe, New Mexico                                SANTA FE NEW MEXICAN SANTA JUNE LEWIS AND CLARK EXPOSITION OPENED Does Itself Proud Today and Throws Its Hospitable Gates Open to Fine Address by Vice President Fair June scenes by comfort unknown to any other festivity and splendor never we recall with unmeasured appreeta ialled In the Pacific with tion the pioneers who lad the way to din and clamor of cheering thouj greatness upon this We erect accompanied by the booming of j monuments to commemorate the ser chiming of bells and blaring j vices of our the valor of Portland today made her our soldiers and The evidence peatest bow to the world In the forj of our gratitude should not stop fetal opening of the Lewis and ClarU The American pioneers are as worthy ICentennlal The exposl1 as they of some enduring was opened by President Roose1 Their services were not so picturesque Bit by wire from Washington and the as the services of those who won elebration was participated In by his onal Vice ot Charles represent tlves of the Senate and the House of National of the army the together with the gov ors and staffs of the states of Call Washington and Oregon jjgd a multitude of people from far After the parade the cere lies on the grounds were opened by isloent Ooofle ot the jfjilio was followed by a number of oth r among them Vice Presi Ot Fairbanks who spolte as follows President Fjtlrbanks Ladles and Roosevelt has taken great Interest In the Lewis and irk Exposition from Its 1 It is at bin and on his be have the great honor of parti you in commemorate these opening an Important nt In American We pay Ibute to the intrepid explorers who their arduous expedition up the across the Rocky ft to the and pointed the to this land ot Incomparable op Their fame is secure where i deeds of men of heroic mold are iyer They were the unners of a high order of clvlli in a territory prior to Ir venturesome was ter I It was a in by the Into which man had entered it has be s the seat of vast com al We look upon their with genuine admiration and iteful The LewisClark The expedition we celebrate i In the command of Captain Merl hef who had been the pri secretary of President Jefferson of Captain William a her of Qeorga who such signal and lasting ser on the frontier during the Ameri small band who the expedition possessed the Uttes essential to a successful is1 They were young and full of en They had great powers of they had and they essed moral and physical courage high They went about their lit and Important mission in a Insure the best not only went to explore ah un Bpwn but to make such re their discoveries as would be utmost practical value to the There was no misadventure They proceeded with with and firm Their ap ited task was fraught with far htng consequences anij beset with own Tho expedition lay beyond the frontier and the reach should grave perils We measure the undertaking from I environment of the time in which The courage which calm graves unseen perils Is often of a order thaft that which confronts i exposition has risen as an ex rtpn of the gratitude of the people brave men wrought for hu i and civilization in the long The sands followed in later years tftthway of Lewis and Clark with gHsa danger than they encountered 1 o less heroism than they ais We gladly acknowledge our to those who came hlth erected this The plo I WQO crossed the the glory upon the but they were quite as perilous and fruitful of as last Ing good to the human The pio neers In the army ot They were pick ets on tho outpost of Al honor to those who through moving accidents of flood and field laid the foundations of organized society upon the shore of the This exposi tion In a very special a monument to their their vir tue and their The Great Thomas This exposition logically follows the great exposition which commemorated the Louisiana It appropriate ly supplements They both Irresist ibly suggest our obligation to Thomas We do well to recall his service in connection with the acqui sition from Prance of the province of and his organization of the Lewis and Clark which opened the way to the expansion ot the zone of American We may well pause to pay tribute to his lofty his farseeing and his service to the cause of human liberty and progress Upon this Thefruit of ser vices will bless mankind for Time Keepers of William one of the great est and most beloved of well said in his last speech that ex positions are the time keepers of pro They denote our growth in trade and In Industry and and Jn the arts and assemble the fruits of the genius and endeavor ot the people of the country and the Each succeeding exposition finds us occu pying a position of We find gathered here the latest im provements in the multitudinous handiwork of the inventor and the and in contrast with them the obsolete instruments of a not remote period of a bygone s New applications ofold forces and old principles are continually made in the physical New results are rap idly wrought by those two con federated brain and the hand of They are so strong and that It is impos sible to flx any limit to their accom We oftentimes seemed to have reached the utmost of mechanical but the apparently im possible has been so frequently achieved that we no longer marvel at the results of either invention or dis Much that has been done since the event we celebrate would have geen regarded as impossible even In the days of Modern The wizards of the the genii of the the captains of in dustry and go breaking down the barriers of ignor unlocking the secrets ot enlarging the field of human effort and and making the age in which we live the mightiest in all of the annals of the human Not only they give ance that we stand but at the morning of an era of incomparable grandeur for the American American A beneficent providence has scat tered his bounty about you with a prodigal The mighty Pacific is at your very It invites yon to an illimitable commerce Tour your minerals and your your genial seasons and the high quality of your citizenship at tract hither the The fu ture has much in store for Yon deris acquired for strategic the great and demanded In the inter and built theireats of expanding Lying of the best la the waters of the Orient aft the rvere well fitted to found a comj which fell to us by in to raise here the exoraWe logic ot a humane and right western The Panama Canal to the 1 not They were not so long demanded in the Inter They were the soul eats of American ot the and came with high and commerce of the Is now an as They have their sured through the wisdom of contribution to our national American the firm and Just resolution of President here amid the rich human effort and surrounded Continued on SAN MIGUEL CHURCH AT SANTA FE OLDEST IN UNITED A BOMB FOR KIN6ALFONSO An Attempt to Assassinate Him as Ha Was Uaving a Theater at Paris Last IMPRISONED BYJAVE Jwo Men in Gunnison Though SuriBd for FortyEight Are Stili A SUSPECT ARRESTED RESCUEING RETARDED Ten Innocent Bystandars Were Injured Victims of Disaster Number Sur by the Infernal j vivors Being Fed Milk Though Long Sovereign Rubber June attempt to assas sluate King Alfonso was made at mid As his majesty drove with President Loubet from a gala per formance at the Grand Opera House a bomb was thrown by an anarchist and exploded with deadly effect near the royal As If by a both the king and president escaped but fragments of the mis Bile seriously Injured five killed or maimed a number of cavalry lorses forming the escort and knocked out one childs Intense excite ment followed the The king and president retained their presence of His majesty sending back a member of his suite to make inquiries as to the condition of the The person who Is believed to have thrown the bomb has been arrested with two who are thought to lave been Implicated In the A Suspect June is ho name of a man arrested on suspi cion of having attempted the assassi nation of King Alfonso last night as ho latter was driving from a He is held on the evidence of a woman who alleges that she saw him light the supposed Shortly after the passing of the Spanish king another bomb was found in the Rue Rivoli near the spot where the explo sion Ten Were June Alfonso today continued to enjoy the festivities which France prepared In his apparently undismayed by the at tempt on bis life last The number of injured by the bomb now reaches ten and Includes several who were struck while watching the pro cession from the OPENING FOR A The United Consul at Cluilad Juarez Died of it of Bl June Ken United States consul at Ctudsd aged 82 died this morning of He was former New Orleans newspaper man and magazine BANK STATEMENT CALLED June comptrol ler of the currency today issued a call for tha condition of tha national banks at the close of business on Monday June towards the rescue of Pred Gross and Benjamin who have been im prisoned for fortyeight hours In the Gunnison txmnel and are still alive has been retarded by the caving of soft ground and it is feared they can not be removed from their perilous po sition for another The number of known victims of the has been Increased to six during the night and this Two prisoners are on milk through long rub ber DISCUSSED NEW MEXICO AFFAIRS Delegate Andrews With Sena tor Boles Pen rose Interview Pres ident and Special to the New June gate to Congress Andrews and Senator Boies Penrose of Pennsylvania met by appointment today at Washing ton and had a long Interview with President After that they called upon Secretary of War Secretary of the Treasury Shaw and the heads of other New Mexico matters were the subject of discussion at each PREFERS JAIL TO GIVING A Denver Merchant Arrested on the Charge of Libeling the Memory of the Late June no refused to give bond of any George a well known mer chant of this city arrested on the charge of having criminally libeled the memory of Henry founder of the Equitable Life Assurance today went to The charge of libel against Kindel is brought about by the publishing of Hydes picture be tween two dead outlaws and labeling It Klndels gallery of dead ALBUQUERQUE PO8TOFFICE WILL NOT BE First Assistant Postmaster General Hitchcock has recommended that the postofflce at Albuquerque be continued In its present quarters in the Baruett There has been considerable wrangling and bickering over this lo but upon the promise by Barnett to repair the present building and build a two story addi tion tor the Increasing business ot the office the lease for the present quar ters has been renewed for another five AN INFERNAL STORM OF SHOT AND SHELL Togos Crushing Blow to the Russian Naval Power Described Graphic Most Staggering Sea Disaster in All Naval jestvensky Is June Toklo corres pondent ol the Telegraph senda an in teresting description of the naval bat tle from a correspondent with the Jap anese fleet who describes the sceno as supremely the guns of near ly fifty warships Togos ves sels maneuvered with perfect preci For a time both belligerents gave shot for but with the hos tile squadron ahead of Rojest vensky was practically defeated In a few hours and was caught in a trap which had been waiting for him since tie left He displayed hesitation In his tactics and this re sulted In the utter confusion of the Russian The infernal concentra tion of flre reached Us zenith at two in the As the Russians ad vanced in the direction of Vladlvo the Japanese squadron was ly ing between them and their deatlna tion and the doomed Russians were battered on all Between 3 and 5 In the afternoon a cruiser of the Admiral Kakhimoff class and the re pair ship Kamtchatka The Russians broke In lost forma tion and went The fight lasted until The correspondent continues Togo risked nothing and lost Darkness brought lorious night with a smooth The Russians were edging northward with the powerful Japanese fleet across their bows forming an effective bar under the searchlights and covers of the big guns of the torpedo flotilla began like locusts to sting and sink the the Rus sians continuing to the At two in the morning the fighting was Berce and intense and no rest was al lowed the With the dawn of Sunday the Japanese fleet came to still closer All day long the battle continued with the Russians powerless to render effective resist A Victory at Small June navy depart ment today gave out the following Later reports from different divisions of the fleet engaged in the naval bat tle ot May 27th show the following The Russian battleship Oslabya was leavlly damaged In the early part ot the fight on Saturday going down at 3 oclock in the The first Russian vessel sunk was the battle ship Slssol The armored cruisers Admiral Nakhlmoff and Vladl mlr Monomach after being in the gen eral engagement during the day time were still further damaged by the tor pedo attacks during tha night and were completely The battle ship Navarin was torpedoed four times after sundown and The cruisers Ultakl and Otawa discovered the Russian cruiser Svietland at 9 oclock on Sunday morning in the vicinity ot happyan Bay and immediately at acked and sunk It Is supposed hat the Russian Almaz and Aurora were sunk by torpedoes on the night ot May Judging from these reports the enemys main loss consist ed ot eight battleships destroyed or three armored cruisers and hree coast defense ships destroyed or captured with second cruisers and other vessels The en emys fighting power was thus anni Later reports show that hree of our torpedo boats were sunk by the enemys Besides the above no damage is worth No warships suffered any loss ot fighting r navigating A Staggering June Togos sup plementary report reached the navy lepartment yesterday and makes the defeat of the Russians a staggering llsaster unequalled In naval radically every fighting ship of the nee splendid fleet was either sunk or representing a loss of ton nage exceeding one hundred and fifty housand Tho remaining units of he consisting largely of auxll arles and transports have been dis some going to ithers to the Chinese The to Japanese casualties are under The Ruaslsn June Dally Tele graphs Toklo correspondent says Wat bree Russian warships have arrived at on the west coast of Hon and will probably be cap Admiral Voelkersam June state tartment has received a dispatch from Minister Qriscom at Tokio stating that t has been officially announced that Admiral Voelkenam killed and not captured as reported to the Bruised and June serious wound of Admiral Rojestvensky who was taken to Sasebo Is a bruise on the forehead and a slight fracture of the The nature of the Internal In juries la The admirals temperature and pulse are normal and there Is no sign of brain He has other wounds but they are not Rojectvenaky May Not June reaches here to the effect that little hope la entertained of the recovery of Admiral Rojestvenaky who Is In the hospital at Frightful Losses By June rough estimate made of the Russian losses In the bat tle fought In the sea of Japan exclu sive of nearly vary from seven to nine Calcu lating the complements of the sunken and captured ships at upward of tan seven thousand still remain unaccounted rt is possible that some ships which escaped rescued some of these but nearly all must have Naval Prisoners Landed at June Rus sian naval prisoners have been land Three damaged Russian vessels have drifted ashore off the coast of the Province of Japanese Confess Naval June necessity of se crecy no longer existing the navy de partment confirms the report of the loss of the Japanese battleship Tashl ma off Port Arthur in and announces other naval losses hitherto FLOOD CAUSES New Mexico Mesllla Valley Near El Damaged to Thlt a Total The Rio Grande was higher In El Paso last night than t has been in several Many families have been forced to abandon their homes and move to the higher The New MexlcoMesllia Valley ranch near El Paso has suffered damages to crops and property to the amount of The town of Dona Ana Is partially submerged and the Santa Fe Railway Company has heen forced to take its trains via the Southern Pacific to At S oclock last night the Stanton Street customs house at El Paso was ready to drop Into the The railroad managements and the city authorities are doing all hi their power to save and while no danger Is felt for El there Is no hops of saving any of the crops of the flooded low lands in tha Mesllla TRINIDAD BANK CLOSES A Squsbble Among the Cauae of Ex ceed Liabilities by June Ameri can Savings Bank closed Us doors this The liabilities are 000 and the assets A dispute over the policy of the bank among the directors is the cause of WILL NOT REFUND PURCHASE It has been the custom ot the De partment of the Interior to refund tho purchase money to all persons whose applications for timber and stone lands had been no mat ter what the cause of A large bulk of entries have been made at the instigation of persons desiring to obtain titles to large tracts of valu able land and with money advanced to them for that purpose by Irresponsi ble The law expressly for bids entries of this and the Secretary of the Interior has rendered a decision whereby the purchase mon ey of all such entries will be forfeited instead of being paid back to the ap the great Japanese trage dian Is also the most skilled dancer ot Tha New Mexican Printing Com pany IB the agent of the Remington Typewriter Company and ready to fill for Remington best in promptly and cat   

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

25 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 145 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 19 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication