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ALWAYS ROOM FOR ONE MORE
IS .ABOUT OVER
Kansas Colorado Suit Owl Train is Wrecked at
Election to the Federated
UNITARIANS ARE EXCLUDED
Over Irrigation Put
off For a Year.
Fresno, Cal., Early
ENGINEER, FIREMAN, TRAMP
HOWARD CASE NO ADVANCE
Colorado Supreme Court Does
Nothing For Bank Pres
BLACKMAILER AHLE HAS FLED
Washington, D. C Oct. 16. The su
preme court ot the United States to-
day named October 2, 13fl6. as tho date
for argument of the iirlgation suit of!
the state of Kansas against Colorado.
The Kansas authorities are to have
three months from date to file their
brief, those of Colorado three months,
more, and those ot the United States .
still three additional months.
HOWARD'S APPEAL WILL
BE HEARD IN DECEMBER.
Washington, D. C, Oct. 16. The mo
tion to advance hearing In the ease of
the state of Kentucky vs. James How
ard, convicted of complicity In the
murder ot Governor Goebel, made In
the supreme court of the United
States last Tuesday, was today de1
nied by the couit. The case already
has been advanced In place on tbe
docket. It will probably be heard in
December In regular order.
BANKER JOHNSON GOES
TONIGHT TO THE PEN.
Denver, Oct. 1C. The state supreme
court, after considering the case for
three weeks, this morning denied the
application for a supersedeas for F. M.
Johnson, president of the defunct Fi
delity Savings association. He will be
taken to the Canon City Penitentiary
tonight to serve a sentence of between
two and three years.
BAIL FORFEITED BY AHLE
ON CHARGE OF BLACKMAIL.
New York, Oct. 16. Charles Able,
who was Indicted last Friday on the
charge of attempting to extort money
last summer by selling a subscription
to the American Smart Set for $500 to
Edwin M. Post, failed to appear In the
court of general sessions today, and
his ball was declared forfeited. Ahlo's
. lawyer told the judge that he did not
know wlrere his client had gone. -
The lawyer was given until Wednes
day to find Ahle.
W1RGINIA MORSE SHOW
GREAT SOCIAL EVENT
Norfolk, Va., Oct. 16. Everything
Is in readiness ior the second annual
Norfolk Horse .iow, which will be
opened at the Coliseum tomorrow. The
directors and officers of the show will
make a thorough general Inspection of
the building and arrangemtns tonight
to satisfy themselves that everything
is In perfect order for the great event.
A number of Invited guests will at
tend the formal Inspection. The horse
6how of this week promises to sur
pass that of last year by a great deal
and to prove the greatest social event
o fthe season in which not only the
est society ot this state but also
that of North Carolina will be Inter
ested. Tne number of entries Is very
large and includes some of the best
horses in the south. Between twenty
and thirty thousand visitors from
North and South Carolina and from
different parts of the state are ex
pected during the week and extensive
preparation have been made .or their
entertainment. The list of prizes ag
GRAND LODGE A. F. & A. M.
OPENS WITH LARGE ATTENDANCE
Grand Master Ward Delivered Address This Afternoon-Meeting
Closes With Banquet
The grand lodge A. F. and A. M.. of
New Mexico, met this morning at the
Masonic temple, with the following of
ficers and members present:
Grand Master G. W. Ward. I. as Ve
gas; Deputy Grand Master James G.
Fitch, Socorro; Grand Senior War
den A. N. Pratt, Carlsbad; Grand
Junior Warden W. E. Dame, Albuquer
que ; Grand Treasurer A. J. Maloy, Al
buquerque; Grand Secretary A. A.
Keen, Albuquerque; Grand Senior
iHjaeon James S. Donovan. Raton;
Grand Junior Deacon J. W. Wilson,
Roswell; Grand Chaplain W. D. Clay
ton, Albuquerque; Grand Sword Hearer
J. P. Mc.Nulty, Cerrillos; Grand Sen
tor Steward C. J. Crandall, Santa Fe;
Grand Tyler A. M. Whitcomb, Albu
querque; C. D. Stevens, Raton; R. M.
Turner, Silver City; A. L. Kendall,
Cenillos; J. P. Mc.Nulty, Cerrillos;
Henry K. Stephens anil Richard H.
Hanna, Santa Fe; Frank Johnson.
San Marcial; J. W. Sullivan. Cerrillos;
J. V. Carter, Sliver City; F. P. Jones,
Denver; J. D. Tinsley and L.,I-apoint.
J .as Criir.-s; Frank Hcning, Raton;
John Corbett, Demlng; C. A. Calioon.
Roswell; .1. E. WhltmoTO "Snd A. 1).
Goldberg. Tm'umeari: J. H. Cecil, Ar
esia; Richard and Thomas Hudson,
Deming; .1. I'. Chase, Socorro; T. C.
Deshon. Gallup; Robeit Kellanin. Ros
well; John Motion, Carlsbad; V. A.
"Fleming Jones, Ias Cruees; J. C.
tfiack, Cliyton;J. J. Kelly. Silver City;
R. C. Urackott, Raton; T. H. Wells,
Kentucky; and W. M. Merger, Helen.
This is the lafgest attdance en
Are Killed-Workof Criminals
CAUSED BY A SPREADING RAIL
Dakersfleld, Ca)., Oct. 16. North
bound Owl train No. 25, was wrecked
at the yaid entrance at Fresno at 2:30
o'clock this morning. Engineer Cole,
Fireman liutts and unknown tramp,
were killed. The wreck was duo to
misplaced switch, evidently the work
of criminals. The switch lock, which
had been broken with a rock, was
found near the switch.
SEVENTEEN ARE INJURED
AND ONE MAY DIE
Pueblo, Colo., Qct. 16. Seventeen
persons were injured, one perhaps fa
tally, by the wrecking of the west
bound Missouri Pacific passenger
train No. 7 at Kitburn, sixteen miles
east of Pueblo, at 6:30 o'clock this
morning. The accident was caused by
the sp.eading of the rails. The last
three cars of the train, a Pullman
sleeper, tourist sleeper and day coach,
were overturned. The most seriously
Injured was W. J. Windle, of Salem,
Kan., who may die.
MORE ROADS GOTTEN
FOR GOULD INTERESTS
New York, Oct. 16. Having com-
pleted the work for which it was ere- j
ated, the West Virginia Central and
Western Maryland purcuase syndicate
was today dissolved. The Bjndiicate
"'s formed in March, l'J02, to pur-
! chase the Western Maryland rallro.t.i
irom the city or Ualtimore, and to ae
ciuire other railroads In Maryland and!
H'est Virginia, for the Gould interests. j
The last link connecting these lines
and forming a through line from Balti
more to liellington. W. Va., a distance
i of about five hundred miles, will be
; completed in December, and the final
! consolidation of all the properties will
i soon take place. The syndicate con
' sisted ot Myron T. Herrick, Winslow
S. Pierce, Edward L. Fuller. Alvin W.
Krech, Howard Gould and Joseph
The extension which will be com
pleted In December, Joins the Western
Maryland and the West Virginia Cen
tral properties. Upon Its completion
it is expected that there will be a
considerable Increase In traffic from
the coal fields which the railroads own
to Its terminals 'at tidewaters.
meet the requirements of the new
traffic twenty-six locomotives and
1,800 cars have been ordered. A large
area of new coal land has recently
been acquired. The securities to be
distrtbuted, now that the syndicate
has been dissolved, are $10,000,000 of
Western Maryland bonds and $15,000,
000 of the common stock of that com
pany. KENTUCKY CONGRESSMAN
SUES PAPER FOR LIBEL.
New York, Oct. 16. The hearing of
the libel suit of Congressman Rhlnock,
of Covington, Ky., against Robert Irv
Ing, of the New Yorker, was resumed
here today. The widow of Robert W.
Ciiswell, who committed suicide since
the beginning of the suit, has prom
ised to turn over all the papers bear
ing on the case and some interesting
testimony Is expectel.
joyed by any grand lodge In many
The morning session was taken up
with the work of organization, includ
ing the appointment of committees.
Tho address of Grand Master 'f!A
was listened to this afternoon and
passed upon. The program for this
evening includes the conference of
the flist and second degrees upon one
The election of officers wj,y
place tomorrow. The session closing
tomorrow with a ban et at the Ma
SAVING & LOAN COMPANY HAS
CLOSED DOORS AND ASSIGNED
Cleveland, Ohio, Oct. 10. Tne In
demnity Savings & Loan company, a
l.atiking house In Superior street,
tailed to open its doors today. The
following notice was posted at the en
trance: "This company has made an assign
ment fr the benefit of Us creditors,
to H. H. Sanborn, who will make a
financial statement as soon as an In
ventory can be made."
The concern was one against which
Attorney General Bliss began uo
"A FORTY MILLION DOLLAR
BARON KOMURA ARRIVED AT HOME
BUT NO ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION
Emperor Gave Him Exceptional Honor and Pre
sented Written Assurance of Satisfaction.
Armies Must Not Criticise Peace Terms.
Toklo, Oct. 16. Baron Komura, the . Komura, and at the close of the audl
foreign minister who acted aa chief. nce the emperor presented him with
plenipotentiary tor Japan In the peace
negotiations, arrived here from Van
couver, B. C, on October 3. Hie re-
ceptlon at the railroad station wae
not enthusiastic, tnose present being
principally government dignitaries.
Tq8 streets were strongly guarded by
troops, police and gendarmes. The
baron drove to the palace In an impe-
GIVEN WRITTEN MESSAGE
WHICH STATESMEN PRIZE.
Toklo, Oct. 16. The emperor show
ed an exceptional honor to Baron
THEATRICAL SEASON STARTS OUT
WELL IN GREATER NEW YORK
New York, Oct. 16. Beautiful fall
weather that came with "Indian Sum
mer," did its share toward filling the
theaters for the past few weeks.
I The sensation of the season is "Our
Lillian" Russell, In vaudeville at Proc
tor's. She has been engaged at tne
reputed salary of $3,uou per week for
a tour of Proctor's circuit. Fair Lil
lian does no acting, but sings three
6ongs, two In Table de Hote French
'and one In English. To meet the In
creased salary the prices for admis
sion have been Increased and there is
gloom among the shopping women,
I with whom every penny counts, when
they note the special prices as they
approach the box office. Notwith
standing, the houses have been crowd
ed, and the investment and Innova
tion have proved a good one for the
Proctors. It remains, however, to be
seen whether Miss Russell's reputa
tion will lie damaged by putting her
cu!tu:ed voice against cultured
monkeys, which are appearing on the
same stage. The applause was evenly
Although it was George Ade's nils
fortune to see one of his plays, ''The
Mad Samaritan," rank a3 one or the
season's failures, yet the opportunity
was given him in the production of
"Just Out of College," at the Lyceum,
to redeem himself, to show that his
linniii. nml art h-i.t m'-f pnna Arv Tim
I story of the young graduate w ho goes
warranto proceedings In the
court on Saturday last, with a view
of preventing the company from con
tinuing business in this state. The
attorney general charges that the com
pany has violated the state banking
W. R. Sanborn Is president of the!
company. The officers of iho institu
tion declare that It Is absolutely sol
vent and that the depositors can read
ily be paid in full. They .-.-io state
that the action of the attorney general
was without due cause.
.v' ..." 1 , M
POTTERY TRUST HAS BEEN ORGANIZED." NEWS ITEM.
a wnuen personal message, a luing
highly prized by Japanese statesmen.
The message expressed satisfaction at
the fact that peace was concluded,
and commended Komura's .able serv
ices a shown during the negotiations.
WAR OR PEACE DECLARED
BY SOVEREIGN POWER ONLY.
Toklo, Oct. 16. M. Teiabutchl, min
ister of war, has issued an order In;
structlng the Japanese army in the
field to abstain from criticising' the
terms of peace, on tne ground that tue
declaration of peace or w ar is entirely
the outcome of sovereign power.
into the plekle business and competes
with his future father-in-law, who is
the mainstay of the pickle trust, furn
ishes a right jolly play, cleveily told 1
and acted by Joseph Wheelock, Jr.,
and his company. So pronounced has i
been the success of the play that al-l
ready tho engagement of Laurence I
D'Orsay In Augustus Thomas' "The
Embassy Hall," has been postponed,
ami Instead of opening in New York,
it will go on an extended tour through
the New England states. In this play
D'Orsay Impersonates a colonel of the
llritish embassy, who becomes mixed
up in some international intrigues at
Washington. In appearance and
speech- the "Colonel" resembles "The
Eary of I'awtuckot." who proved to be
tin- comedy hit of New York two sea
LOSES ONE MOUSE
Detroit, Mich., Oct. 1H. For tho
first time in the history of the city
tlie independents among the the
atrical managers (f this countty have
obtained a foot hold in mis city, by se
curing a lease ot ihe Lafayette The
ater. The lea- e of the Livingston
Stork company terminates toda, and
from now on the house will be open
to the independent managers, among
whom are Mrs. Minnie Muddern Flake,
David llelasi o, James K. Hackett, and
others. Last year the independents
played at the Avenue theater, and pre
vious to that at Harmonie Hall, which
was altogether luadequato for such
MANITOBA SCHOOL LANDS
SOLD TO MAKE TITLE.
Tyndall, Man., Oct. M. Under in-
struction from the Department of the
interior, the sections comprising the
town Bite or lyndaii and adjoining i that the members of this congression
sections, being part of the school i u party, a.l of whom voted for the
lands, were sold today by W. M. In-1 jointure measure at tho last session
gram, Inspector of school lands. This jot congress, had been won over to the
sale enables people living on these single measure, or none at all. as a
lauds to acquire perfect title to the!
land occupied by them. Similar sales ,
win ue neia duiing the ii'-xi lew weeks
at Edmonton, I.educ, U'ltasklwan, La
combe, Innisfall, Didsbury, Calgary,
Hlgk River and I'incher Creek, all Su
uated la Albotta.
Executive Committee, Cash
Subscribers and Creditors
DEVISE MEANS' TO MEET DEFICIT
A meeting of the executive commit
tee and all cash subscribers to the re
cent fair is called for Monday evening
at 8 o'clock, to meet over Zeiger's
cafe, for the purpose of devising ways
and means for paying all accounts re
Every creditor is also requested to
be present or have some one there to
represent his account.
The special auditing committee has
substantially found the secretary's
statement correct, hence there is no
further occasion for delav.
D. K. B. SELLERS,
RETURNING THIS WAY
Congressmen View Grand Canyon Today-Will Not
Stop in Joint Statehood Districts of Arizona.
Members Undoubtedly Misquoted.
Editor Keamer Ling, of the St.
Johns, Arizona, Herald and Apacho
News, in writiug to Hon. Ii. S. Kodey,
says that the friends of Joint state
hood in Arizona are making them
selves heard while the congressional
party, headed by Congressman Taw
lay, is touring the southern part of
Arizona looking for statehood senti
ment, and Mr. Ling speaks enthusias
tically of the jointure as "Arizona the
The congressional party have been
dining the past week as guests of the
politicians and mine owners of south-
in Arizona and are now en route to
the Grand Canyon, and as tho Itiner
ary of the train bearing tho party
holds no stops In northern Arizona,
they are expected to arrive here on
Wednesday. It is quite thoroughly un
derstood that these congressmen are
making the trip at the request of Mil
lionaire Frank Murphy and other
wealthy men of southern Arizona,
who are paying all expenses, and the
pleasure of the Arizonlans must nec
essarily be the pleasure of the con
gressmen, and the very fact that the
men who laid out the itinerary of the
congressional train did not provide for
stops at. any of the northern points
shows that they don't propose to let
the congressmen rub up against any
more joint statehood advocates than
Is positively necessary.
Tim Arizona papers against Joint
statehood and the southern Arizona
correspondents of the Associated
I'ress have been loud in proclaiming
result of the trip they are now taking.
and Interviews purporting to come
i from different members of the party.
in which they are quoted as having
openly declared themselves in favor
of single statehood for Arizona and
ayaiust Joint atatehod are to be seen
Six New Cases and no
Deaths Since Yester
. day Evening.
NORWAY SELECTS HER FLAG
Congressman Jerry Simpson
Suffered a Hemorrhage
but Quickly Rallied.
DUKE CYRIL'S BEEN DEGRADED
New Orleans, La., Oct. 16. New
cases of yellow fever since 6 o'clock
p. m. Sunday, 6. N
Total cases to date, 3,320.
Total deaths, 433.
Unless the "fedeial, authorities are
to be greatly disappointed, the wfM
beginning today will practically end
the yellow fever situation In his city.
The remarkable showing of only right
new cases In the past twenty-four
hours is regarded as tonfrrmlng the
prediction that the fever will inti
mately die out. A general improve
ment of conditions continue.
NORWAY IS INDEPENDENT
AFTER NINETY-ONE YEARS.
Stockholm, Sweden, Oct. 16. The
union between Norway and Sweden,
having existed since 1814, has been
dissolved, both houses of the Riksdag
having passed the government bill re
pealing tho act of union and recog
nizing Norway as "a state separate
fiom the union with Sweden." The
Norway house subsequently passed a
new flag law. The flag of the country
from now on will be a 'yellow cross
on a blue ground, the name as exlsU'A
prior to the year 1814, the vnlon marn.
snowing In the upper left hand corner
HIS VITALITY AND VIM
MAY LET SIMPSON RALLY.
Wichita, Kan,, Oct. 16. -Lung com
plications have developed and ex-Congressman
Simpson Is somewhat
weaker today, though his great vitality
and brave light for life still give hope
for at least a temporary recovery.
Latest New Received.
Ex-Congressman Jerry Simpson suf;
fered a hemorrhage of the lungs this
afternoon, and though he rallied at
once from tho attack, he was greatly
weakened by It.
To Protect Crave of Joseph Drake
New York, Oct. 10. The Ameiican
Sfon in irtH UliarnHna 1 Ivouna tin
Society has taken the preliminary
steps to establish a park In the Bronx,
to preserve tho grave of Joseph Rod
man Drane, author of "Ode to the
American Flag," "The Culprit Fay,"
and other poems. Ap appeal has been
, made to the city nvthon'es and to
the public In general and it la expect
ed that the required funds will be
forthcoming. The site will 1e com
pletely obliterated by a projected
street unless the park is created. The
poot'g grave Is one of about sixty in
Hunt's graveyard on aunt's Point.
The cemetery Is filled at present with
bushes and wild growths of all kinds.
Hart the gravestones are broken, some
are upside down, and others are prop
ped tip against trees or other rav
stones. In nearly all of the anti-joint state
Tho Phoenix Gazette publishes an
interview with each of the congress
men, excepting Mr. Tawney, the lead
er of tho party, whom It says declin
ed to talk for publication, ilut the pa
per refers to Mr. Tawney's past rec
ord, and says that Jiirglng from his
past record he can be depended upon
to come to the aid of Arizona.
This reference made to Mr. Taw
ney and his past record regarding the
statehood measure, as being in favor
of slnglo statehood for the territories,
shows how little the Gazette writer
knows of this leader of the house and
shows that very little dependence can
lie placed upon the interviews pur
porting to come from the other mem
bers of the party.
Congressman James A. Tawney is
one of the republican whips of the i tense and one year in the penitentia
house and Mr. Tawney took an active I ry for the second offense. The peni-
part In electing "I'ncle Joe" Cannon
to the speaker's chair at the last ses
sion of congress, and Mr. Taw
ney expects to support Mr. Cannon for
the chair at tho coming1 congress.
Those who know say that "I'ncle Joe"
Is for Joint statehood and tliar !f It
isn't Joint statehood for tho territories
it will bo no statehood for fifty years.
Once let Oklahoma, with her million
and a half peop.e, become a star on
the flag of the I'uion and statehood
for the southwest territories has goue
Senator Ileveridge favors Joint
statehood, ami the president favors
Joint statehood, and it will bo either
Joint statehood or nothing for half a i
IN ANNUAL CONVENTION.
Merlden, Conn., Oct. 18. The an
nual convention of the ltaptlsts of
Connecticut opened here this uiorulng,
at the Main Street Uaptlst church.
The a; ten-lance is unusually large. Trie
convention will remain in session
Merman Schiffer Declares Mis
Brother, the Alamosa
HIDDEN IN THEIR NEW YORK HOME
New Haven, Conn., Oct. 16. He.
George H. Ferris, pastor of the Bap
tist church, declined yesterday to be
a delegate to the coming meeting ot
the federated churches in Philadel
phia, because of the refusal' to admit
Unitarian churches. He declared such
an action uncharitable and unchris
tian. MISSING ALAMOSA BANKER
NOT IN NEW YORK HIDING
New York, Oct. 16. Denial was
made yesterday by Herman Schiffer
that his brother, Abraham, who was
connected with the defunct bank la
Alamosa, Colo., was hiding in Schlf
fer's house In this city. Herman
Schiffer said he had not seen his bro
ther since September 28, and that ha
did not know where he is.
NAVY WANTS SMALL
GUN PRACTICE ALSO
Washington, D. C, Oct. 16. For the
purpose of making the men of the
navy as proficient in the use of Bmall
arms as they are in the use of big
guns of their ships, the government la
establishing a target rsrtge at Guan
tanamo, Cuba, that will be one of the
most complete. of its kind in the world.
Guantanamo Is regaided as an ideal
place for rifle practice. The range ia
on the reservation over which this
government control as - a naval sta
tion, and is removed from settlements,
so that practice of this character can
be carried dn with safety. A recent
report of the depaitment shows that
already two hundred targets have been
erected, and when completed, there
will be five hundred. These range
will he at 200, 300, 600 and 1,000 yard
In length. The range will be utilised
in the winter nayal manuevers. Suit
able medals and other awards of ex- '
cellence in markmanshlp have been
provided as Incentives for the men
to attain a high degree of efficiency.
Divided according to their records, the
men will be arranged in clases, so .
that the ' dpartment will at all times
know who the best shots of the navy
are and where they are stationed. The
record of a ship, both with small arms,
and the main and secondary batteries,
will be taken into consideration In
assigning the ships to special lines of
DISTRICT ATTORNEY DEMURS
TO PLEAS OF ABATEMENT
PRISONERS CONVICTED AT RE
CENT TERM OF COURT SENT
ENCED THIS AFTERNOON MR.
CLANCY MADE PARTY DEFEND
ANT IN INJUNCTION SUIT.
This morning in chambers District
Attorney Frank W. Clancy appeared
before Judge Abbott and filed demur
rers to the p.eas of abatement filed by
Attorneys W. 11. Childers, M. E. Hick
ey and Frank Moore in a number of
criminal cases in which these attor
neys appear as counsel for the defend
ants. The district attorney demurs to
the pleas on the ground that the facta
set up do not show an actual Injury
to the defendants. The court has the
demurrers under advisement.
Court Sentences Prisoners Convicted
at Thl Term.
This afternoon Juuge Abbott sent
enced the prisoners convicted at this
term of court. The sentences were
Thomas Median, convicted of lar
ceny of a dwelling, was fined $30 and
ordered committed until such fine
William Moore, convicted of burg
lary, was sentenced to six mouths and
one day In the penitentiary. The court
was lenient with Moore, as it was
shown that last week he prevented a
wholesale jail delivery by Informing
the guards of a plot among the pris
oners to escape.
Henry McDergle, who pleaded guil
ty to obtaining money under false pre
tenses and forgery, was given thirty
days in the county jail for the first of-
tentlarv sentence was suspended, how
ever, pending good behavior. ,
William K. lx-e, the nero wl Iter,
who was convicted of assault - pon
tho periou of one Kefugio LunaJ was
w-ntetieed to thirty days in the cot nty
JiiL Lee carved up Luna, who was
a dishwasher in Siurges' restaurant
early last summer.
Clancy Party Defendant In Injunction
In the Injunction proceedings ag
ainst the county commissioners, this
morning an amendment was allowed
making District Attorney Frank W.
Clancy a party defendant and setting
up that the district attorney advised
'he coinmHsioin-rs and sheriff to oust
r . A. Hubbed and Eslavio Igil from
the rooms In the court house as was
done Attorneys W. U. Childers, E.
W. Dohson and A. H. McMlllen. ap
pearing as counsel for the plaintiffs
also asked that the plaintiffs he al
lowed to remove the records claimed
by llubbell and to restrain the defend
ants from forcing their way Into the
vault. The court has the matter un