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ALBUaUERaUE EVENING GIT
WHITE WINGED DOVE OF PEACE
BROODS OVER SWEDEN-NORWAY
All Troubles Hereafter Arising Must Be Settled By
Hague Tribunal Except
INTERESTS THOUGHT VITAL BY EITHER COUNTRY
Free Zone is Defined and Demolition of Fortifications
Agreed on, Common Water Ways and Inter
THE TREATY CONTAINS F1YE ARTICLES WITH SUBCLAUS S
Stockholm, Sept. 23. The protocol
signed at Karlstad on Saturday hy the
Swedish-Norwegian delegates appoint
ed to arrange terms for the dissolu
tion of the union of Norway and Swe
den, which will become a treaty when
ratified by the two parliaments, con
sists of five main articles and twenty
The first article dealt with nrbit ra
tions; the second with neutral zone
and the demo.it Ion of fortifications;
the third with reindeer pastures, etc.;
Now York, Sept. 23. The campaign
ing for control of the city administra
tion the next four years, and for tflw
election of county and borough offi
cials throughout the city, began in
earnest today. The leaders of the
tleniocrati'; forces will take active
charge of the fight for Mayor Merid
Delegates from the republican or
ganization, the Citizens' union and the
municipal ownership league, will meet
aea.in toninhf to make another at
tempt to agree upon a candidare for 1
mnvur. com nt roller nnil nreshlent of
the board of alderman. If if Is suc
cessful the ticket will be placed in the
field by the Citizens' union on Tues-'
Former mayor John Ford is proposed,
by the republicans, Martin W. Little-'
ton liv the Citizens' union and Samuel i
Seabury by the municipal ownership
ARIZONA MINE TAX FIGHT
CARRIED INTO COURTS.
Phoenix, Ariz., Sept. 23 Papers
were filed in the supreme couit of
Arizona here today by the Copper
Queen Consolidated Mining company,
of Cochise county, asking for a writ
of certiorari against the terriforlal
board of equalization, citing the board
to show cause why its action in rais
ing the assessed valuation of patended
mines and other property In Cochise
county should not be declared null
The writ was issued returnable Sep
tember 27, when the supreme court
convenes here. The papers allege that
the raising of the assessed valuation
of property is a judicial matter and
that the loard of equalization exer
cised judicial functions without au
thority and In excess of jui isdiction
conferred upon it by law.
SIGNING AND PLEDGING
MESILLA VALLEY LANDS
Kl Paso, Texas, Sept. 25. Though
there has lute.y been some apprehen
sion here that the Las Cruces Water
association would be unable to sign
up all the land required for the gov
ernment dam within the specified
time, residents of Las Cruces declare
that no such danger exists
President lirow n, of the
Realty company, was asked is the ro
lort that unsatisfactory progress was
being made was true, declared that
the officials of the Las Cruces asso
ciation were perfectly satisfied.
"There is now no doubt whatever
on this score.'' he said, "liv the l.'.th
of next month enough land will be
.-signed up in New .Mexico to enable
the gov. rnment to begin its construc
INTERSTATE FAIR ADOPTS
DOG SHOW AS NEW FEATURE
Trenton. N. .1..
the fair grounds
'i In- Mi,, mo.-t ;
S. pr. The great
fair was opened on
in lay and promises
lire, s ful I .i r of its
kind ever held in the .-'ate. 'I'i.e man
agement of t t. the .iuliie, n'h an
nual exhibition, has made special ef
forts f beat ali previous records ant
seems to have succeeded. Several
new departments have been added
the usual list an 1 a number m p. ci
features have been introduced vvhi.
will undoubtedly prove
high y attract
On of the most interesting features
this year wili be a dog show on a
large scale. The far association join
ed the American Kennel club to in
sure the success of the exhibition.
Nearly a thousand dogs, represent
ing nearly every known breed are In
cluded In the exhibition. The list of
prizes In the different departments is
larger than ever before and the char
acter of the disp ays is f ir superior
to that In former years.
Mining Association Reorganized.
El Pttso. Texas, Sept. 25 The In
ternational Miners' association, whose
membership includes mining men from
all over the great southwest, particu
larly the territories of Arizona and
New Mexico, the state of Texas and
the Mexican states of S.mora and Chi
huahua, has be. n reo: ganieil, and the
membership Is now at work to help
make the coming gathering of the
American mining congress in ihis ciiy.
November 11 to 1, a big succ ss. This
association alone will send a large
delegation and the display which it
will have of the great mines in the
southwest, will be Instructive and in
teresting to the visitors.
the fourth, with inter-traffic; the fifth
with common waterways.
The agreement provides for com
pulsory arbitration before The Hague
court of all disputes, except matters
of vital interests, for a period of ten
years, with extensions for other peri
ods of ten years, unless two years
previous notice is given by one or the
other party of Intention to abrogate it.
The treaty provides for a neutral
zone and for demolition of fortifica
tions within that zone, with certain
ATHLETIC CLUB S
New York. Sept. 23. The seventy
fifth annual games under the auspices
of the New York Athletic club will
begin on the grounds of the club on
Travers Island this afternoon. The
competition in the athletic and field
events is open to all registered ama
teurs under the rules of the American
Athletic union anil the number of en
tries for each one of the events is lar
ger than ever before.
A feature event will be a two mile
race for teams of four men, each ipan
to r"n a half,
ship event on
An A. A. U. champion
the program will be a
two-mile steeplechase. Among the
handicap events arr a 10ft yard run.
limit seven yards; H00 yard run, limit
15 yards; find yard run. limit thirty
yards; one mile run. limit 75 yards;
pole vault for height; running high
jump, limit six inches; standing broad
Jump: running broad jump, limit 18
inches: throwing 1fi pound hammer,
limit 23 feet; putting 16 pound shot,
limit fi feet: 120 yard hurdle, on grass,
10 lights. 2 feet fi inches high. The
scratch events are 100 yards run. 300
yards hurdle, ten lights, 2 feet 6 inch
es high. Gold, silver and bronzo med
als will be awarded to the first, sec
ond and third, respectively, in each
FIVE OF OMAHA COUNCIL
Omaha. Neb., Sept. 25. Five city
councllmen, Dyball, Bach, Evans, Hun
tington and Schroder were today sen
tenced to thirty days in jail and to pay
the costs of the Injunction suit. They
were enjoined by Judge Sutton from
passing an ordinance entering into an
agreement with the Omaha Gas com
pany for an extension of a gas fran
chise. They passed the ordinance the
day after being served with the In
junction. They will appeal to the su
preme court for a stay of proceedings.
Frigate Constitution in Danger. i
Boston. Mass., Sept. 25. It is re-j
ported on good authority that the;
frigate Constitution, known as "the
first ship of the American navy,"j
which has for many years been one j
of the most valued possessions of the.
( iiarlestown navy yard. Is in danger
'turning turtle," and is doomed,,
! unless something Is done soon to re
Hrown I store it. The frigate is leaking badlv.
and the hold fills so tapidly that it is
necessary to use a Miwer pump at fre
quent intervals. It has been stated
by attaches of the navy yard that the
officials diil not care to risk placing
the ship in dry dock to make repairs,
as t In vessel wolil I t.robiibly collapse
under its own weight.
Chicago. Sept. 25. The command
ing olficers of the Catliolic Knights of
America and of the Kniuhts of St.
'hn took the tit t .-.tei. . -surdity to-'
ward atiiiilLMinu'ing the Ca'k.dic hii'i
tary order- in the country under the
gem ral nan f the Catholic Military
Ft deration of Am.rica otlicers were
elected headed by !:. Hubert St ration.'
of Chicago, as president. The Pedera
tiou represents a nieui'.ership of "u,-
e ii men.
IS NOW IMMINENT
Sept. 25. French
llbjei t Of
iis i in id i-
consider the final agreement
France and Germany on the .
the Moroccan conference
pent. Accordingly, it is un.b r-too,l
that it contemplates assembling a con
f. rence in November at Algilla.
GAMBLING SUMMARILY CLOSED
BY TWO JUDGES IN DENVER
II. -liver, Sept. I'.". liistrict .Indue
Prank Johnson issued an order today !
re iuir:t.g Sheriff Alexander Ni.-bet i
and I'o ice Chief Micha.-l 1). lan. v to
enforce the laws
t he ch v and conn
tif'.pa:h'ii of ;bl.
I 1 - Poll-, s W .
linst gamb.ing in
f I i. nv er In an-
i i ... gam
she-itf or the chief of
ALIiUOUEKOUE. NEW MEXICO, MONDAY EVENING, SEl'TEMBEIi
mm.,.-. iut MAK DENOUNCED AND TI1KIK POLITICAL CONTHl
j to KU X ACUOSS A SCPXK A SCi.NK LIKE THIS.
WHAT'S TAKING PLACE BEYOND
THE WIDE SEPARATING SEAS
Witte With German Officials Hungarian Statesmen
Pass Vote of Censure Japanese More
Dissatisfied Every Day
Uerlin, Sept. 25 Chancellor Von
Euelow came to Uerlin from Baden
this morning and received M. Witte.
They talked more lhan an hour. Thei
Kiu-slan statesman lunched with Baron
secretary for foreign
EMPEROR OF AUSTRIA AND
ALSO KING OF HUNGARY.
Buda Pest, Sept. 25. The executive
committee of the coalition of parties
summoned to discuss the situation
arising from the ultimatiutn presented
the Hungarian leaders by the king
emperor, has passed what amounts
to a sevire vote of censure, ir Is a
cause of the deepest regret that the
kingempe.or did not listen to the
statesmen summoned by him to Vi
enna, who represent a majority in tiie
ALBUQUERQUE EASTERN WILL
BE RUSHED AND REASONS WHY
Colonel V. S. Hopewell Saturday
received a telegram from the eastern
bankers with whom the Albuquerque
Eastern and the Santa Fe Central
railways have been doing business,
and the telegram, which The Citizen
representative saw, stated plainly and
positively that all the money bad been
provided for the completion of the Al
buquerque F.asurn. and tiiat the con
tractors. Messrs. Jackson & McKier
nan, would the first of this meU meet
the eastern people to arrange some
minor matters I. .-ton- starting west.
Colonel Hopewell has no doubt that
in a short time the contractu. s will
be up. in the ground and the work of
co ti.-t t net ion will be rapidly pusheT to
com ;det ion.
'I lie completion Of the A'.'.itiqilel'que
I'.i-:. rti means so much to Aiboq-ier-' c
one a-id her people, that it is not ar ' '
al1 surprising tin- delavs and po.-t- -
poiienieht s which have tak.n place, :
should shake the contidence of some,
kill the faith ot other.-, and till even
the most hopetul with nervous dread.
irn. in mind
that vvi.i.e Hi
new northe n. .
will give this city, and the
to be computed value of ' li
coal fields, w Inch it w ill open
qilerqUe When it shall be ci
the Duke Cilv of vast po-si-of
prosin rity ; yet there are
who are more de.-i.lv interest
ed in the completion f lhe Eastern
than even the people of tills city can
possibly be. And they are the cap
i'alists in the east who have put their
mon. y Into the Satra Fe Cent! a! and
in the work so far done upon the
police to take any Steps.
Another Judne Different.
Ii'-tr'.ct Judge Itoo-b M Male
so llles Ol lels along the s I'll.
a .1 ri-'e J... c..h Job
: .:('.-' i i. difference l,"
Mal'i'le Ol .le' e.l I be c
etl.c.-is in ietr ill
par ipheina'n f end
Ji.l.n u or b r t t e at
s. Z. d
t b. f He him.
IT IS A SAD BLOW
ALL PARTIES IN JAPAN
ASHAMED OF PEACE TREATY,
Tokio, Sept. 25. The or neror is
giving his personal attention, to the
! memorials presented the
against the terms of peace
wun missia. t nese memorials now
are trying to interview the privy conn-(
selois, advocate a refusal to ratify the!
iit-a.y oi ieif, anu i ne puonc is at-j
most unanimous in demanding the
resignation of the cabinet. Even tne
moderates do not conceal their grief
at the result of the peace negotia
tions. More Russian Yarns.
The Russian eha ge that the Japan
ese committed murder and pillage on
Sakhalien Island Is ridiculed by the
Japanese here. It is said to be to-
I tally unfounded.
: Eastern and upon the coal fields at
They have more reason to desire thr
completion of the road than Albuquer
que has or ever could have. We want
the road, that we may travel upon it
' and ship our freight upon it to and
; from the city, or at h ast that Albu
querque may be made a competing
point, thus giving us lower rates and
i placing a choice of routes it' our com
mand; but t In y want the road, that
they may have access to Albuquer
que, and from the freight and passen
ter traffic ot this city make the re
mainder of their investnc nts paying
pronosit ions, thiteby v biding suffi
cient inter, st on the money they bave
We want the coal Ip
eenl liel.ls, of which I a
it the Hagan
! . r, wit hout
w. I- an i n vii
1 .0 l'l,.ie.i
. 1 out. and
con vi ".i.-nt .
ioii of 1 he Al
his coal and
:. it is dead
1 l-e ot delay,
of sin a ci
1 . : l ' 1 1 : i ii 1 1 1 E'isu
all :!..- have s
heie mav not l,n
they need have no I
will be prenianeiit.
ar that the delay
l he i apitulists In-
I. re-ted in : he road an
to compb te it - l-ave m
ger reasons for being
in- and stron
at.xi mis than
lhe people ol
Albuquerque are or
ever have been.
In I his con in ci ion ii Is
member that in all these
not one cent's worth of
been sold: not one share
well to re-
.f slock has
been issued. The promoters have put
no money in the enterprises but their
own. and this of itsell shows their
faith and why they cjnn.,t let the work
b.ng lemain uneomple'. d.
SMELTER AT PRESCOTT
I'l'isioH. Art... Sept. Z'
in a Sm. lt ing ,-o:i:p ny vv!
buying o:es tor their sM.
if I'rcscnt t .
Ite ol til
'"'I !. til l
a ly rut-
.ecu .a 1 ion
el has !:
d Will be
i-ht I. b. :
1 a. el .- i
AM) EMPHASIZED IT,
ARMY AND NAVY
Many Distinguished Surgeons
From Other Lands Also
FOURTEENTH ANNUAL SESSION
Detroit, Mich, Sept. 25. -Nearly
three hundred army and navy sur
geons, representing nearly everv civ-
iiized country, were in attendance
when the fourteenth annual meeting
of lhe Association of Military Sur-
irontlK Of th Cnlte.l SttflU.a V-.-HQ nail.
to on!t.r at ,nc ., Cadulac t0.
Walter Wyman, surgeon gen
eral of the public health and marine
hospital service, the president of the
organization, opened the meeting and
welcomed the foreign representatives.
Then he delivered his annual address,
which contained Interesting Informat
ion concerning the progress in mili
tary surgery made during the year.
Among the foreign representatives
present at the n ting are Col. W. J.
It. Ralnsford, C. 10. 1. It. A. M. C, and
Fleet Surgeon Lloyd Thomas, of the
Itritish royal navy, representing the
medical department of the Hritlsh ad
mlra.ty; Ix.n Joaquin Vela, of Guate
mala; Lieut- Col. Alejandro Rosa, of
Mexico; Surgeon General S. Suzuki,
of Japan, and other distinguished men
of the profession represent Ing France,
Italy, Austria. Germany and Spain.
Surgeon Geui ral Suzuki was sur-geon-in-chief
of A lnilral Togo's com
bined fleet from the beginning of the
war until after the battle with Ho
jestvensky's f.eet. He will read two
papers before the convention, based
upon his experiences during the Russo-Japanese
Among the American representa
tives who will contribute valuable pa
pers to the program of the c invention
are Major Albert H. Ilriggs, surgeon
of the national guard of New York;
Iltigadi.r General Robert M O'Reilly,
surgeon genera) of the I'tiii'" States
army; and Head Admiral Pr-slev M.
I!iey, surgeon general of the I'tii'ed
BUILDINGS DESTROYED, MONEY
LOST AND LIFE ENDANGERED
vv Vorli, Sepl. 25. A small fin
- factory In the Gre.-npo.iit sec
of Brooklyn, was blown up to lav
an Italian named Spier.o was in
ly kil.d. His wile and three
were fatally hurt.
UNFINISHED HOUSE GOES
DOWN BURYING TEN MEN
Iluftalo, Sept. 25. A brick building
in course of coustructon on ttie north
of Ferry street near Herkimer,
. collapsed this afternoon. The crash
came without warning and ten nun
1 working m the building were caught
I in tin' ruins. Two were taken uut
At three o'clock eight men had been
rescued, all badly injured. It was re
ported that iwo men were still l.uiie,
in 'he ruins.
BUTTE WAS BADLY BURNED
LOSS IS NEARLY A MILLION
I H i t
Sepl. 23. --A fire,
est. mated at ai.om a
the business portion of
is built of In I w.-eti the Shoilaii' block and Hen
f.:i '''v.j fi aw it. .; . on the umi'ti side oi Went
eusoini : I'ai k street, and ball' destroy.- the
vest when j public library. The fire started at
'. ! co. 1 1 r. ' s : I' i a. m. and was brought nti b r e "
c ore;-. t:o at 1:4" p. in. The Anaconda fire
KANSAS CITY STATE BANK GOES
INTO VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION
President Cox Says That Banking Like All Other
Lines of Business Seems
CONCENTRATING IN HANDS OF FEW BIG DEALERS
Checks of all Depositors are
delity Trust Company, and President
Cox Prides Himself
ON SUCH BEING THE CASE
Kansas City, Sept. 25. The Kansas
City State bank, Wiley O. Cox, presi
dent, failed to open its doors today,
having gone into voluntary liquida
tion. The bank had loaned $168,000
to the bank of Salmon at Clinton, Mo.,
which failed last July..
The Kansas City State hank was
organized in 1888, and had a capital
ol $200,000. The last statement show
ed loans $1,000,000; deposits 4,750,
000; surplus $14,000.
The fodowing notice was posted on
the door this morning: "This bank
has gone into voluntary liquidation
through the Fidelity Trust company.
Checks drawn against the bank will,
on presentation, be paid by the Fidel
ity Trust company." The Kansas City
Louisville, Ky., Sept. 25. The Ken
tucky Alfalfa Corn special, a special
train, which may be called an Itiner
ant school for farmers, started from
here this morning on a tour through
this state, for the purpose of Instruct
ing the farmers of the state In the
best and most scientific methods ot
raising alfalfa and corn. The train,
which was furnished by the Louisville,
Henderson & St. Louis railroad com
pany, consists ot President Attila
Cox's private car, a day coach, bag
gage car and engine and was decorat
ed with streamers, bearing the In
scription "Kentucky Altalfa and Corn
According to the program the train
will stop for thirty-minutes at a time
at various points along the line. At
each place where the train stops, leo
tures will be delivered on the culture
and growing of alfalfa and corn and
booklets especially prepared on the
subject will be distributed among the
farmers attending the lectures.
Joseph E. Wing, of Mechanlcsburg,
Ohio; P. G. Holden, ot Ames, Iowa,
and Commissioner of Agriculture Hu
bert Vreeland, ot Frankfort, Ky., will
be the lecturers. The party on board
will also include R. C. Crenshaw, as
sistant commissioner ot agriculture;
R. R. Gilt per, a prominent Btock rais
er. Mr. Willis King and several others
Interested in the educational com
palgn. CONDITIONS NOW
IN NEW ORLEANS
New Orleans, La., Sept. 25. The
public schools of this city were to be
opened today, but owing to the preva
lence of yellow fever the board of ed
ucation considered it advisable to
postpone the date of the opening In
definitely, if the epidemic decreases
within the next-w days, a special
meeting of the board will be called to
decide upon an early date for the op
ening of the schools, probably in the
second week of October.
With September nearly gone and
the fever under control. New Orleans
is looking to a rapid clean up of the
prevailing fever here. A spell of ex
cellent weather has set in and as the
days grow cooler there will lie a
steady disappearance of mosquitoes.
It is hoped, even before the first
department came to the assistance of
' lie Unite firemen.
Careful Estimate of Loss.
Butte, Sept. 1'".. A careful estimate
of the loss from yesterday's fire,
places it at $i;iiu,niiu with Insurance
for $r.;i."i.u.i.i. Symond's Drug Goods
company is the heaviest loser, with
a .oss of about $:li"i,uuii, fully insured.
The blocks burned, it is announced,
arc to be rebuilt at once.
Man Arrested Cutting Hose.
Michael Slav in, charged with trying
:o cut i he hose in front of the library,
while 1 1. e I:re w as being fought, is in
tail, c'osi-iy guarded. Sill. Ivan came
lu re from Cripple Creek, where he is
siiil to have been active in the labor
troubles of Colorado. About six hun
dred p I's.uis wen- thrown out of i-tn-pi.
iv inent by t he fire.
Discussing Public Health Matters.
Sept. Ha. The an
il.1 American Public
al'li as-oila'loh opened here today
h i 1 it -; 1 at', in lance. The health
i.o , . .j . v cry s. a'e of the I'n ion
re;.r. -. n . I . The meeting will
I 1 Is' !
s and will be particularly
' I im in riant, as matters
iii'.-iest, like sanitation,
''uht a-'ainst epidemics,
.pi ifa' I ine regulations,
ii n . v .
r v-teii; i
Paid on Presentation to Fi.
IN ALL HIS BANK LIFE
State bank held $567,000 of the clty'a
At the Fidelity Trust company
bank checks on the Kansas City State
bank were honored as fast as pre
sented. President Cox of the closed
"The retirement of the Kansas City'
State bank from active business Is
voluntary. Our business has not been
growing for sotue time and we found
it hard to hold our own with the lar-,
gest Institutions. In fact, it looks aa
If the banking business as well as all
other line-. Is concentrating Into the
hands of a few large ones. In retiring
from tho banking business for the
present I cannot help feeling extreme
ly proud that no depositor has ever
failed to have his ojieck honored and
paid on presentation at any bank with
which I have been connected."
Mona, Belgium. Sept. 23. The In
ternational congress called by th
Belgian government for the consider
ation of commercial and technical
education, scieuce of statistics, politi
cal economy, custom tariffs, naviga
tion, colonization, diplomatic and con
sular service and, in general means of
promoting commerce and civilization.
was Called to order horn tnrinv Klntr
Leopold, who takes the keenest Inter
est in tne purposes or the conference
attended the opening session In per
son and delivered n hrlof aririrnaa In
which he outlined the program ot th
Every civilized country Is represen
ted In the conference by special dele
gates appointed by the respective rot
ernments. There are also many dele
gates representing large and Import
ant commercial and educational
bodies In all parts of the world and
special representatives of many uni
versities and technical schools In all
parts of the world. Five cabinet min
isters and the presiding officers ot
the Belgian senate and house of rep
resentatives have been appointed hon
There will be general sessions o
the conference and also sectional
meetings under special chairmen.
Street Railway Exhibition.
Philadelphia, Pa., Sept.-25. The an
nual meeting of the American street
railway association opened here today
and at the same time the highly In
teresting and complete exhibition of
street railway appliances arranged in
connection with the meeting. The at
tendance at the opening session was
large and the street car systems ot
nearly all large cities In the United
States and Canada are represented.
The exhibition includes street cars of
every desctlptlon for every system In
use in this country, special features,
brake arrangements, motors, switches,
HURT BY STREET CAR
IN NARROW STREET
Duluth, Minn., Sept. 23. Miss El
len Johnson, a domestic in the family
of Attorney Albert Baldwin, was
struck by a car at 11 o'clock last
night, narrowly escaping death, as a
result of the narrow passage between
the car track and piles of stone and
lumber left in the street during the
construction of a new building.
Miss Johnson, accompanied by a
lady and gentleman friend, was walk
ing along the street, ami all of them
were jammed Into the narrow pass
ageway by the car. Miss Johnson on
the outside. She was struck and
thrown to the ground among a heap
of stones, bur aside from bruises ab
out the face and arm fortunately es
caped serious injury.
WATER COMPANY IS
SUED FOR FIRE LOSS
Louisville. Ky., Sept. 23. George
Terrell, owner of a planing mill and
residence on t:ie vv.-st side of Brook
street, between Walnut and Chestnut
si reels, which were dtsiroyed by fire
recently brought suit for $20,000
against the Louisville Water company
and ihe city, upon tho allegation that
the water supply for the lire cisterns
in that vicinity was Inadequate, and
that fur this reason alone the fire de
partment was unable to successfully
cope vviih the tlames. The petition
charges that the water pipes wi re not
laid so as to give the vicinity the
right tire protection. It is set forth
further that the cisu rns from which.
the engines called to the fire had to
draw their water, were ditty, which
Interfered seriously with the flow of
water through the hose. The defend
ants are I. lame, 1 ojintly.
At the time of the destruction of
Terr. U s house and mil! he and his
family bad considerable difficulty in
cm a, -ins on account of the rapidity
with which the flames spread. The
tiie began at a la'e hour of night. For
a day or so afier the tire p was sui
posed that a n.gro employe had been
burned, but he finally made his ap-pearance.