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ALBUaUEROTE EVENING CITIZEN.
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO. TIIURSDxW EVENING, NOVEMBER 23. 1905.
Still Arguing Legality cf
Ballot Box Opening
TWO MORE HELD TO BAIL
Deaths Caused by Saloon
Fight Between Polit
LOUISVILLE HAS FRAUD SUITS
New York, Nov. 23. Argument on
motion to open the ballot boxes In the
contest of William R. Hearst over the
mayoralty election, has been adjourn
ed until tomorrow.
TWO ARE HELD TO BAIL
BOTH IN BIG
New York. Nov. 23. -John Elder
was held in $10,000 ball today, charg
ed with Illegal voting and perjury,
and James Gallagher was held in
$5,000 bail on the charge of perjury.
Hearst's lawyers claimed that ninety
one votes were found In one election
district of the twentieth assembly
district, which should have been
counted for Hearst, but were not.
ELECTION FRAUDS ARE
CAUSE OF TWO DEATHS.
New York, Nov. 23. Election frauds
are believed by the police to have
caused the murder lat, night of V '.
F. Harrington, In the Little Naples
dance hall, and also the probably fa
tal injuries of Abraham Jackerman,
who was found with a fractured skull
some distance away from the Little
From papers found on the dead
man, and from Information obtained of
nine prisoners, who were arrested af
ter the murder, the police learned that
a quarrel started over election mat
ters. One of the prisoners had a
marked ballot for the last election In
Harrington was killed In the bar
room of the Little Naples during a
revolver battle, which left the floor
spotted with blood, and during which
lime nrty snots were nrcn. i no io
tle Naples is conducted by Paul Kel
ly, leader of the East Side gang, and
the trouble started when four mem
bers of the Liberty association, .which
is hostile to the Kelly gang,, entered
the room after midnight..
ELECTION FRAUD SUITS
BROUGHT IN LOUISVILLE.
Louisville, Ky., Nov. 23. Forty suits
contesting the recent election of every
city and county official in Louisville
and Jefferson county, were filed In the
circuit court today. The principal
suit is that of Joseph T. O'Neil. fusion
candidate for mayor, vs.' Paul C.
Barth, democrat, who haB Just been
seated in the mayoralty chair.
Charges of conspiracy, illegal regis
tration, false returns, force and intim
idation, are made. The petition asks
that the election of Barth be set asfttle,
that O'Neil be declared elected, or
that it be decreed that there has been
WANTED IN SAN FRANCISCO,
ARRESTED IN ALBUQUERQUE
JOHN H. OTT. OF GOLDEN GATE
CITY, IS TAKEN FROM SANTA
FE LIMITED, CHARGED WITH
On authority of a telegram from J.
F. Dinan, chief of police of San Fran
cisco, two members of the local police
departlnent removed John H. Ott from
the Chicago limited train last night,
aud placed him under the surveillance
of an officer, awaiting further advice
trom San Francisco.
Ott Is charged with grand larceny,
but the particulars of the case could
not be learned. Ott denied the charge.
He bad $J'0 on his person when ar
i esi ed.
NAVAL BOARD MAKES
Washington, Nov. 23. Three first
c'.ass battleships of at least 18.i'" tuns
displacement and 18 knots speed, three
scout cruisers of 5,ouii tons displace
ment, one gunboat of the Helena
class and four other gunboats of lit;ht
draught, two for use In the Philip
pines and two for service In tho rivers
of China, with additional torpedo
boats aud torpedo bout destroyers,
of the general board of the navy in
its program of new construction to bo
authorized by tlui next congress,
which Is now under consideration by
'he board of construction. Whether
the board will approve the recommen
dations is not certain.
ELDRIDGE PLACED ON
WITNESS STAND TOnay,
New York, Nov. 23. The liibuiauce
investigating committee today called
iieorge D. Kldridge, vice president and
nctuary of the Mutual Reserve Life
Insurance company. He first became
c""'iec"l with the company May 1,
1891. The company was organized in
18K1 and was known as an assessment
company, doing a post mortem assess
ment business until April, 1902.
KOREAN STONE THROWERS
WOUND MARQUIS ITO.
London, Nov. 23. A dispatch from
Tokio says: "A message received
from Seoul this morning states that
Marqult I to was slightly injured by a
stone thrown by one of a party of dis
onierly Koreans last night.
YOUNG KING AND HIS
FAMILY ON THEIR WAY.
Copenhagen, Nov. 2.1 King Haaken
VII., Queen Maud ai.d Crown Prime
U!uf, started today mi the Danish
royal yael.t Dannebrog, for Chris
tiana. Great crowds gathered to wit
ness ihf ilepart-ire of the new ruler of
Nora a v.
THE MISSION AND CHARACTER OF
By DR. ROBERT STUART MAC- s
t Pastor of the' Calvary Baptist
Church, New York City.
tlltllttttlllf t ft Jt
The Jew still has a great mission,
even In countries called Christian.
One part of that mission is to con
vert Christians to the religion of
Christ. Many so-called Christians
are so unlike Him, whom they, call
Master, that they have virtually re
pudiated this lordship in the affairs
of their daily lives. They are ut
terly unworthy of the Christian name,
The Jew belongs to the oldest aris
tocracy in the world. Americans who
boast of having come over in the May
flower, and Britons, who claim as
their ancestors those who came over
with the Norman conquest, alike ex
cite a smile on the part of Jews,
whose blue blood can be traced to
Solomon and David, to Joshua and
Moses, to Abraham and Adam.
The Jew deserves high honor tor his
patriotism in all countries and cen
turies. This statement 1b true of the
Jew in Spain, both before and after
the Spanish inquisition; of the Jews
in Germany, although the Germans are
now among the greatest Jew baiters,
forgetting that the Jews resided on
the Rhine, enjoying a high civiliza
tion when the ancestors of German
Gentiles roamed the forests, clad
boar skins; of the Jew in France,
some of whose greatest soldiers and
marshals wore Jews; true of the Jew
in England, even when pitilessly
driven from the country, which' was
his home for centuries, cr when en
joying the complete emancipation se
cured to the Jew in 1858, when he was
no longer obliged to subscribe the
oath: "On the faith of a true Chris
tlon;" and the statement is equally
true of the Jew js an American
patriot, In the War of the Revolution,
SALOON SAFE BLOWN OPEN
AT BELEN AND ROBBED OF MONEY
And Checks Issued by Lantry-Sharpe Company
Dynamite Used in Accomplishing
the Work. , .
Special to The Citizen.
Belen, N. M., Nov. 23. Another bold
safe robbery has occurred here, and
again the officers, up to 4 o'clock this
afternoon, report no one arrested, not
even a suspect, although Sheriff Baca
has a posse of deputies out scouring
the country hereabouts for the rob
bers. Iast night after A. C. Cox had
closed his "Cut-off" saloon, after a
good day's trade, and had turned In
for the evening, some one broke into
the place and was soon master of the
situation. The robber or robbers,
blew open the small safe with a
stick of dynamite and tpok therefrom
about $400 in cash, and several hun
dred dollars In checks, Issued by the
Iautry-Sharp Construction company,
and which had been cashed by Mr.
Cox during the day.
When the saloon was opened eany
BALFOUR'S MINISTRY PROBABLY
READY TO STEP DOWN AND OUT
London, Nov. 23. Hecent rumors of
an early dissolution of parliament
and an appeal to the country are
gradually crystallzing Into more defi
nite form, and while uu olticial inti
mation has been forthcoming, tho idea
is prevalent in well iniorineil circles
that Premier Balfour will lake an ear
ly opportunity to place his resigna
tion in the bauds of the klir;.
Should this materialize, the liberals
will bo invited to form a government,
parliament will meet for a few days'
session, and a general election will
occur early in the new year.
The political ettiuatjon was so radi
cally altered during the last week that
even government supporters no longer
ar.L-ne that Balfour has a sufficiently
united party at his back to again meet
parliament with the object of Initiat
ing any legislation to the public ad
vantage. The premier's appeal to the union-
ists at New Castle a week ago, to
ISLE OF PINES FOR
A WESTERN MONACO
Havana. Nov. 23. Close upon the
report that the Americans of the
Isle of Pines, near the southern coast
of Cuba, had declared their Independ
ence from Cuba and have established
their own Independent government,'
comes the news that. the revolutionary
movement was supported by a clique
of wealthy Americans, who have a
decidedly practical object In view. It
is stated, on what is believed to be
good authority, that an American
syndicate Intends to make the Ule of
Pines a second Monaco. It Is said
to be tbe.r iutention to erect upon the
island a magnificent Casino, aud a
la'rire number of expensive residences,
which i!l be rented for the winter
season to wrulthy people who wish to
spend the winter in that beautiful cli
mate, and, at the same time, enjoy
the sport and excitement which a
larse gan:M:ns house would offr to
Uki::. For the accommodation of
rliose who do not wi.-h to be burdened
with a laro household, several large
and well equipped hotels will Le built.
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THE REV. DR. ROBT.
in the war of 1812 and In the Civil
war. According to Hon. Simon Wolf,
as quoted by Dr. Madison C. Peters,
7,884 Jewish soldiers served in the
Union and Confederate armies during
the civil war. Some of the bravest
soldiers In both armies were Jews.
Their names shine with a luster which
will grow brighter with the passing
I ti,. I.,, ii.JU nn wni.illv honored !
place in poetry and in art. Matthew
Arnold goes so far as to call Heine'
the "most important German succes-j
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tioetne s most important uue "
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try iii Europe have attained fame as
this morning for business, the eac
presented the appearance of having
been attacked by a cyclone, and its
contents, except the money and the
checks were scattered over the' floor.
A telephone message was sent at
once to Sheriff Baca at Los Lunas,
and he Instructed his deputy at Belen
to summon a posse and go in pur
suit of the robbers. The posse divid
ed into squads and started off In op
posite directions, but up to the time
of sending this dispatch no arrests
had been made.
There are a number of suspicious
characters loitering around. Belen
these days, but citizens here believe
that thp real robbers have made good
their escape. The southbound passen
ger train was late in reaching Belen
this morning, and it is thought that
the men who did the work took pas
sage and are now safe across the bor
der into Mexico.
unite on his fiscal policy has not me
with much success. On the contrary,
Joseph Chamberlain, the most powo
ful private member of the unionist
coalition, directly Joined issue with
bis chief by a speech at Bristol, Tues
day, calling on unionism to rally to
the support of his own more drastic
fiscal proposals, which include a fifty
cent tax on grain.
The cleavage of the parly was thus
more markedly accentuated and many
unionist politicians hold that no good
purpose could be served by longer
retention of office ahd that the weak
ness of the, party will only be further
accentuated by the perpetuation of
existing rivalries between the two
A cabinet meeting Vjlh been culled
for tomorrow. This will be only the
second held this fall, and the fact that
there have been so fw conferences
between the ministers is taken as an-
other indication of imminence of
i change of government.
NEW IN NEWSPAPER
P.udupest. Nov. 23. One of the
local newspapers has caused consid
erable amusement and comment by
publishing the following announce
ment: "It has come to our notlcx
that hundreds of the inhabitants of
this city have found much interest in
reading the novel entitled 'The Son
of Valpurga,' which appeared in serial
form in the columns of our contem
porary, the 'Vasarhelyl.' The novel,
we are informed, ended yesterday, be
cuase Orlando, the hero, pursued by
enemies, took refuge in a cave and
there was slain. We are glad to in
form all our readers and those who
are interested in the fate of Orlando,
that lie was not killed, but succeeded
In escaping from the cave." We have
acquired the exclusive right to con
tinue the publication of the novel,
anil will uot tolerate again for a mo
ment that the author of the series
should kill his hero simply because
he did nut receive sufficient pay from
tl.e ecliivr of our s'injy contemporary."
noets. novelists, dramatists, actors.1
musicians and essayists, and as paint-1
era and sculptors. I
Th ereatest historian of the Chris-
tlan church Is Neandor; It is nftlrnied giving day, they are to celebrate the
that his name w as originally David 2.r0th anniversary of the settlement of
Mendel, and that, his father was a Jews In America. Their consistent
Jewish peddler. Did space permit, patriotism, symmetrical education, In
the roll of Jews as mathematicians, as- telligent Industry and noble character
I tronomers. philologists and biologists
could be eiven. In medicine Jews
have always maintained a loremost
place. As philosophers, Jurists and
scientists, the whole world has
rrnwnnrl tho Hebrew with honor.
Lrm thA Aai'o f Toonli Mnuoa nnri
It inn I ..I in tho time of Lord Ueacons-.in
field, the Jew has been pre-eminent
court takes recess
Trial of Claude Doane Will
be Set Before Expiration
ol Present Term.
THE GRAND JURY SPORTS
Special to The Citizen.
Gallup, N. M., Nov. 23. The district
court for the county ofMcKlnloy has
taken a recess till November 26, when
it will reconvene at Albuquerque and
set a time for the trial of the case of
the territory against Claude Doane,
who is charged with the killing of
Walter Lyons, the school teacher
found dead near Ramah, McKlnley
county, last spring. The trial will
most likely be set for an early date.
Doane is also charged with several
other crimes, among them horse steal
ing. This was the only case of grave Im
portance that came up during the two
days the court was in session, al
though it appears from the report of
the grand Jury, other cases of Im
portance may be brought up before
the present term expires.
The report of the McKlnley county
grand Jury, spoken of In the special
above, may be found in another col
umn of this edition of The Citizen.
NEW LAKE HAS BEEN
FOUND IN CANADA.
Ottawa, Ont., Nov. 23. A new
lake, not so far shown on any Can
adian maps, has been discovered
north and west of Ike Abltlbi. This
lake was discovered by the surveyors,
of the transcontinental railway. It Is .
twelve miles long and three miles!
tn 11 pr
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I1UI til HUll B'JIIIU "1 tjl3 nuiU"! ,
and for 150 miles west tne soil Is
good, being clay loam.
IN JERSEY STATE.
Lakewcod, N. J.. Nov. 23. The an
nual fall golf tournament, under the
auspices of the Country Club of Lake
wood. N. J., opened this morning on
the Country Club's links. The num
ber of entries is very In rite ami a
lart:e gallery Is in allcnd-mce.
Beautiful Society Girl Reject
ed by Lover, Bicausc of
Consumption, is Awarded
Seattle, Wash., Nov. Z'i. A superior
court jury has Jusi awarded Miss
Kosena (iiover damages to the ex
tent of $10,000 for breach of prom
ise on the part of Mayor Zonk ot
The case attracted International
attention, and will be appealed by
Zook for retrial In the supreme court.
Zook, a.sked the young woman, who
Is prominent in Washington society,
to marry him, and was accepted;
later, he discovered that she had con
sumption, and broke the engagement.
Zook maintained that his fear of
contracting tliB dis'ae and transmit
ting It to posterity, prompted his ac
tion. The piaiutiff claimed that her
affliction was not contagious, and that
she might have recovered, but for
Zook's heartless action, which has
brought ber to the verge of death.
Olio of tin. iuo.it i.uvel points of law
as a statesman. This remark applies
to Spain, to Portugal, to Holland, to
Germany, to France, to Italy and to
England. In the financial world he
has always been recognized as king.
In the pulpit he ha been a great
power for good and for God.
He has endured persecution with a
heroism wor...y of the noblest saints
and martyrs the world has ever pro
duced. In Spain, where the Jews had
numerous colonies since the time of
Hadrian, their fortunes were confis
cated and their bodies were tortured
eight centuries before the Spanish in
quisition. Afterward they endured
all the horrors of that satanlc In
quisition. Autos da fe happened In
Portugal as late as 1776. and in South
America as late as 1812. The story
of these terrible persecutions Is writ
ten in the blood of God's ancient chil
Racial hatred and religious bigotry
are twin relics of barbarism. The
cruel persecutors of those early days,
on,) nf tnilm In PuaKtn ftrA HlMftnlPH
of sataninity rather than of Chris
tianity. So-called Christians of this
character make atheism respectable
and even commendable.
The Jews todaA in the patient en
durance of unspeakable wrongs, bet
ter illustrate the ideal character set
forth by Christ than do the fiendish
persecutors who falsely bear the
Christian name. If the conduct of
these persecutors were consistently
Christian, many of us would repudiate
the Christian name.
i most heartllv congratulate the
Jewish people In America that on
Thursday. November 30, next, Thanks
have been Important factors In the
development of the American repub
lic. The past of the Jew In all coun
tries and centuries has been heroic
and triumphant; his picture will be
resplendent and glorious. All hall to
the .lew In overv land, and esnecially
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our own noble, free, radiant aud
FAVORS FOR NAVY
He and His Advisers Incline
Only to Battleships
lUKKtUU DUAIS rUK AUUUIUNJ.to pay the full-amount of their pur-
I chases In cash down, instead of mere-
' ly 25 per cent as In former years,
Washington. D. C, Nov. 23. Naval the number of purchasers Is quite
officers are looking forward with keen,1" BDd he blddln8 8plrlted
interest to the recommendations upon niinnv UTH I TAVF IIP niiTlF
which Secretary Bonaparte Is to work rUKUI WILI Li lir
respecting the increase of the navy. OF NEW OriiCt T0M0KKUW
He is known to favor battleships and
torpedo boats, and It Is expected he AGENT H. 8. LUTZ WILL RETURN
will be influenced by the naval sentl-; TO HIS FORMER JOB AT SANTA
roent, which seems now to be against FE.
any other type of ships, especially
the old time commerce destroyers T. Ii Puidy, formerly a traveling
and gunboats. It is held among some passenger agent for the Santa Fe In
of the Kecretarv's advisers that the Oklahoma, who came here several
apt-vice has enouEh of the ships ol
the armored cruiser and the gunboat Albuquerque agent for the Santa Fe,
class, and as an evidence of this ex- will take up the duties of his new
amples are given of the policy of send- office tomorrow. Mr. Lutz, who an
ing to the navy yards the shipa of nounced that he expected to go to
such type which are considered as no
longer available for duty. In nearly
every case where it has been a ques
tion of the repair of a ship of war of
the intermedlatextype, the department
has determined there shall be on.y
such work done as will prevent the
ship from deteriorating, und no pro
vision Is made for restoring the ship
for active duty. With thlH state oi
affairs before the secrtary, he is like
ly to accept the view that the service
shall be maintained by having battle
ships and torpedo boats provided for
in the next nava bill. It Is under-
secretary Bonaparte, while
. . . ' fhla nli(,v. wm
, mc,,i ,1PnnrHnn
suggested by the general board.
FIFTH BOXING EVENT.
Philadelphia, Penn., Nov. 23. The
forty-fifth boxing tournament under
the auspices of the Athletic club of
Philadelphia, will be held In the gym
nasulm of the club house this even
ing. The weights will range from 115
to 115 pounds. The first prize Is a
diamond ring, tho secend a watch.
f ver raised was bitterly contested by
the lesal and medical experts of WcBt
eru America, but sentiment won, and
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Affair Takes on Serious
Complexion by Action
of the Sultan.
HE APPROVED MINISTERIAL
Refusal to Grant Demand of
Powers and Sends Orders
to His Officers.
THREAT OF CHRISTIAN MASSACRE
Constantinople, Nov. 23. The sul
tan today Issued an Irade approving
the decision of his council of minis
ters to reject the demands of the
IMiwers for an international control
of the finances of Macedonia. Whrther
the rejection Is absolute or conditional
has not been definitely ascertained.'
Vice Admiral Husnl Fasha hag start
ed on a special steamer for the Dar
danelles, presumably with Instructions
for the commander of the forts in the
event of the appearance of the in
ternational fleets. Similar Instruc
tions have been sent to the governors
of Turkish Islands in the archipelago.
TURKEY BECOMES DEFIANT
AND QUITE BELLICOSE.
Paris, Nov, 23. Turkey's note In
reply to the ultimatum, of the powers
contains a warning that the action of
the powers In resorting to naval
demonstration may precipitate an In
ternational . uprising of the Mussul
mans against the Christian population
in Turkey. This Is considered to be
a threat, as it Is known that no dem
onstration of Mussulmans against
Christians can crur unless it has the
silent acquiescence of the Turkish au
thorities. The Turkish reply gives a
very serious turn to the negotiations.
DULUTH HOLDS BIG
STUMPAGE TIMBER SALE.
. Duluth, Minn., Nov. 23. The an
nual stumpage timber sale of this dis
trict began here today and will con
tinue tomorrow. The bulk of the tim
ber offered is cedar, tamarack and
spruce. The cedar Is suitable for
poles,- the tamarack for rallroaff ties
and the spruce for pulp wood. There
Is also some pine, but not in great
into in .nlto r tho fart, that under
iho',a f.itinirs thn mirehasera have:
days ago to succeed ii- a.
California, has been disappointed in
this respect, as no station could be
found for him there at present, and
he will return to bis former position
as agent at Santa Fe, pending the
openiug of a place for him in the state
of gold aud roses.
Mr. Purdy has been with the Santa
Fe for twenty years, filling various
capacities from office boy to station
agent, and there Is little doubt about
his making good at the local station
and making good with the business
men of Albuquerque as well.
Kalamazoo, Mich., Nov. 23. The
Western Normal Institute was form
ally dedicated today with appropriate
ceremonies and exercises. Anionz
those who attended the exercises and
addressed the meeting were Delos
Fall.the former state superintendent of
public instruction, Patrick Kelly, the
present superintendent of nubile in
struction. Mr. Wright, the president
of the state board of education, and
many others. This evening a largo
reception will be held.
the ynutu' woman's cause triumphed
It is not likely that she will live
long to enjoy her victory, however.
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Government Sprang Dam
aging Surprise on
MARSHALL FIELD JR. SHOT
Battleships, Scout Cruisers,
Gunboats, and Tor
GENERAL BOARD RECOMMENDS
St. Louis, Nov. 23. With the gov
ernment's case against United States
Senator J. Ralph Burton, of Kansas,
charged with using tils Influence be
fore the postoffice department as a
paid attorney for a corporation, prac
tically developed, United States Dis
trict Attorney Dyer announced, pre
vious to tho opening of the court to
day, that in all probability the prose
cution would finish the introduction
of direct evidence durlnjj tho morn
Very few witnesses have been aumv
nioned by the defense. While no an
nouncement has been mads to that
effect, It Is presumed that Senator
Button will be the principal witness
in hi j iwn behalf. At the previous
trial the government dismissed ths
senator without a cross-examination,
but District Attorney Dyer has stated
that if the senator is placed upon
the witness stand at this trial the
government will have several ques
tions to ask wheu the defense is
through with the witness.
Sad Surprise for Senator.
The government sprang a Burprlse
in the trial of Senator Burton tocHy
by Introducing as a witness Charles
II. Brooks, former president of com
pany, which was the predecessor ot
the Rliilto company, and a former
president of the National Securities
Brooks testified that at a confer
ence between Burton, R. V. Kastor
and himself, the senator was lntro
duced by KaHor, who said Burton
wa-t willing to represent the National
Securities company. "Kastor said,"
continued the witness, "here Is s
man," pointing to Burton, "who de
feated your fight against Major Den
nis, president of the Rlalto company.
by preventing the issue of a fraud or-
,1 l .t f Vi t ntutnfflna I anu ft m a. I
replied that in that case It mlht be
well to employ Senator Burton, as
Kastor assured me that all the specu
lative companies in St. Louis were
tinder investigation and that trouble
might be made for me. There was
some general discussion between my
self and Senator Burton as to terms
and other matters, but no definite ar
rangement was reached."
The government also brought oat
the fact that Brooks Is now awaiting a
decision of the court of appeals on
his conviction of conducting a scheme
to dct.nud in connection with the Ns
tlonal Securities company.
BEFORE JUDGE ABBOTT
ARGUMENTS IN QUO WARRANTO
PROCEEDINGS THE REBATE
Judge Abbott, of the Second Judi
cial district court, was occupied this
afternoon In hearing arguments In the
quo warranto proceedings brought In
the Bernalillo county sheriff's case.
The attorney general of New Mexico
has attempted to withdraw the name
of the territory in the case, after first
granting permission to use it, and the
arguments are for and against wheth
er or not he has a right to withdraw
it. The arguments were still In pro
gress at 4 o'clock.
Argument on the motion made by
the attorneys for the Caledonian Coal
company In the Santa Fe rebate case
asking that the defendants produce
certain contracts and documents as
evidence in the shit. Is set for tomor
row. The motion was to have been
argued this afternoon, but a continu
ance was granted because of the In
ability of Assistant Attorney F. W.
l athrop of the Santa Fe, to be pres-
ient. Mr. Latlirop arrived this after
noon from Kansas City on the Cali
fornia limited train.
Attorney R. E. Twltchell, assistant
attorney for the Santa Fe. In New
Mexico, Is also hero for the purpose
of taking part In tho arguments.
YOUNG MARSHALL FIELD
WAS SHOT LAST NIGHT.
Cbleagu Nov. 23. The condition
cf Marshall Field, ,lri. who was acci
dentally shot last night, was report-
I ed this morning as somew hat Improv
j ed and bis chances of recovery are
j regarded as slightly belter.
TOGO'S FLAGSHIP IS
BEING RAPIDLY RAISED.
Victoria. Nov. 23. Salvage operSr
tions were progressing vigorously on
Admiral Togo's sunken flagship, the
MiLasa. when the steamship Shaw
mut left Ji'n, the authorities beiag
determined to raise hef with the
least possible delay. The theory bow
entertained In Japanese naval cir
cles for the loss is that decomposi
tion set in among the explosives in ths
magazine aud spontaneous combustiost
WILL GIVE ORGAN TO
.lo.ihua S. It:i nobis, the pres
ident of the First National bank
of ibis city, will dona:.- to the
magnificent new church low be
ing built for the Presbyterians
of this city, a handsome pipe or
gan, which will co.-t a' out $.",t00.