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( . Th Evening Citizen, In AaVanc, $9 pr yar Dllvird by Crrir, 60 cwt pr month. VOL. 20. NO. 274. ALBUQUERQUE, NEAV MEXICO. , WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 14, 190G SB STOLE THE NETW- MEMBER HER THREE IS SAYS REPORT T OTHER A ID A D CASTRO DEAD AID MONEY FOR FRISCO DIVORCED CHILDREN R 0 Consumed In Farm Fire-Two Die From Fire In New York. GENERAL EALYCALLED BY NATURE JOINS MAJORITY An Old Friend of John Brown Goes to Join His Com- rade In Hereafter. jj Ooldwater. Mich.. N,v. It Mrs. J Charles Mowry and her three chil- - -dren were burned to death oa a farm ' at Batavla station, near here, early today. K la thought that they were suffocated while asleep. TWO MEN SUFFOCATED IN TENEMENT HOUSE FIRE. New York, Nov. 14. Frederick Rut ter was suffocated and Andrew Ear ickson, clerk, . was also probably fa tally injured in a Are In a three-story tenement, in Smith street, ronVJyn today. GENERAL IN ARMY SUCCUMBS TO DEATH, Norwich. Conn., Nov. 14. Gen. Vm. Vr. Ely died Buddenly at hii- home here last night from heart trouble. He commanded the Eighteenth Connecti cut volunteers In the civil war and was breveted brigadier general at its close. JOHN BROWN'S FRIEND GOES TO JOIN HIM IN HEREAFTER Los Angeles, Cal., Nov. 14. Major Horauo Nelson Rust, a noted arch aeloglst and Indian authority, phllan thropist, friend and companion of John Brown, and a veteran of the civil war, died in South Pasadena to day, aged 78. Ho had been Identified with the public interests of this see tion for twenty years. ABANDONED SHAFTS IN MISSOURI AND KANSAS Topeka, Kans., Novv 14. Owing to me great. Ganger 10 pom numan and animal life caused by the abandoned shafts in the Kansas and Missouri zinc fields steps1 will immediately be taken to have them closed up. In some parts of this state there are areas acres In extent where the shafts are not more than 20 feel apart, and owing to the way they are covered with grass weeds and shrubs are ex tremely dangerous to life. As the laws of the state demand It public sentiment will compel the officials to do their duty and order the owners of the property to close up the shafts It is generally believed in this state that horses .and cattle advertised as stolen have been lost In the suan and the opinion is also prevalent that a very large number of persons who have been discrlbed from tlmie to time as "mUsing" met with Uielr deaths in them, as the two states are honeycombed with them in several places. TAYLOR, FAMOUS COLOR ED COMPOSER, COMING London. Nov. 14. S. Coleridge Tay 'ii-v, tbe famous colored composer and conductor left here today on the Sax onia, for America. He will open a con cert tour la the leading cities In the Vnited KtaUa commencing in Boston mi November 14. On the 16th he will give a recital or his own conipos' i'ou in Mendelssohn hall under the Management of Henry Wolfsohn and later he will conduct a performance of bis cantata "Hiawatha." Cole ridges' father was a native African and his mother was an English wo man. KNOCK'S CASE GOES TO THE SUPREME COURT DEPUTY SHERIFF GRANT COUNTY CONVICTED OF MURDER IN SECOND DEGREE. .Jesse KlmiuicU, deputy sheriff of Grant county, who was tried in Hills horo, Sierra county. N. M., for the killing of a man named Cliff, at a dance in tbe mining town of Hanover, in Grant county, was convicted of murder In the second degree. An ap peal to inti supreme court for a new trial w&h immediately taken by Kim nick's attorneys. According to Attorney William U. Childenj, who returned yesterday morning from Hlllsboro, where he was engaged as counsel with Percy Wil son, of Silver City, lu defending Kim mick, the case aroused so much in terest la Grant county that it was found necessary to take a change of venue to Hlerra county. Both Kim mick and Cliff hud friends and con siderable faeliug is suiil to exist in J 1 rant county against Kimmick. The facta lu connection with the killing appear to be briefly these: Kimnitcfc, who was attending thb 'lance in Hanover in bis capacity as a deputy sheriff, heard a shot fired out side the building where the dance was being held He ran to the door and saw Cliff tUnding in a threatening attitude with a smoking revolver In his hand He called uixm Cliff to drop the win. which he refused to do, and used threatening language. The deputy sheriff drew bis weapon .nid shot niff, killing him instantly. Attoraej J. S. Fielder, of Silver City, waj employed In the prosecu tion to uubirit W 11. Vol tonl, district aUuraejr cf Grant county. The cut- & set for trial lat Thursday Sum Probably Stolen From Destitute Given by Charity Will Amount to $ 1 .000.000. JUROR SAYS WAS TWICE 0FFERE0J500 IN GASH Standard Oil Cases Put Off Till Tomorrow Because of Absence of Attorney General Hadley. San Francisco. Cal.. Nov.-14. The Chroncle ays today that new InveB tigation is in course of development hi the local graft scandal. It now ap pears that sums of money, large and small, that were sent from different states to San Francisco for the relief of sufferers never reached the relief committee. Some of these amounts, which aggregate a large sum, were mailed in care of Mayor Schmidtz. Detective Burns and about 100 gov ernment agents have been makng in vestigations. President Roosevelt Is the moving spirit behind the Inquiry and he declares that no man guilty of diverting relief funds shall escape justice. The cases come within the jurisdiction of the federal govern ment because it is alleged that the malls were tampered with. A consid erable sum also was sent through the Wells Fargo and other express com panies and these companies are also Investigating. The report la that in the aggregate the stealings will amount to a million dollars. JURY MEMBER CLAIMS OF FER OF $500 IN OIL CASE Flndlay, Ohio, Nov. 14. According to C. C. Myers, a member' of the jury that convicted the Standard Oil of violating the anti-trust law, a bribe of $500 was twice offered him during the trial, once on the street and once In the basement of the court bouse, on condition that he huag the Jury and force a disagreement. Myers says that he does not know the nmn who tendered the money, though it was the panic ma a iu both instances. The bribe offered in the second in stance my have been greater than $500, as the agent did not state thf amount merely displaying a huge rolf of bills. The members of the Jury, on which Myers served nave been sum moned btfore the grand Jury to give teslmony. OIL CASES ARE PUT OFF IN ST. LOUIS St. Louis, Nov. 14. The hearing or depositions In the defense In the ouster case of the State of Missouri against the Standard Oil, the Waters Pierce end the Republican Oil com panies was resumed today. Later The trial for today was post poned until tomorrow because Attor ney General Hadley was unable to come to St. Ixniis before nooa. EXHIBITION OF KING ED. WARD'S WHISTLER ETCHINGS New York, Nov. 14. London's art world was a good deal excited In Feb ruary last when it became known that King Edward had sold his Windsor Castle collection of Whistlers etchings to an American art Arm. There was amazement, prudently expressed, hut siii outspoken, that the king should have parted with the cherished leg' acy from Queen Victoria's later years and a renewed outcry against allow ing Americans to buv English ert treasures. The full collection of maz- zctints and etchings together with thirty splendid examples of tne late J. H. Hutchlnsons collection are on view at Wonderlick galleries, 220 Fifth avenue, this citr. FASHIONABLE MARRIAGE IN AGUSTA, GEORGIA. Augusta, Ga., Nov. 14. In Rt-. Paul's church here today the marriage took place pf Una Holmes Cohen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Cohen, to Professor , Jordan Howell Sanford. Professor Sanford is a well kuora educator in Georgia, and well known all over the states in connection with his educational work. SEVEN FACE TWO CHARGES IN 10S GRIEGOS AEFAIR BONDS OF $2,000 EACH ON SEP ARATE CHARGES ARE FIXED. Seven men have been arrested connection with tbe irregularities at Ix)s Griegos precinct on the night of 1 uesday, Nov. 6, when one of the judges was assaulted when he left the voting place and the poll hooks takeu from him. The ballot lix was also stolen and when the county commis sioners made the official canvass of the county returns recently they were compelled to canvass tbe vote from the certificate, the ballots lo'ltig noii est. Those who have been arrested in connection with the Los Griegos nat ter are: Maximo Gutierrez and his son, Nativldad Gutlems; David Grie go, Saloman Caldelar, Autonlo Serna, Diego Munis, Lavld Perea. They will answer to charges of "rioting" and unlawfully touching und threatening a bouse. Hull of $200 was named for each of the defendants on the separ ate charges. They were apprehended upon warrautg Issued from the circuit court, information having been filed by the circuit attorney. it is said the men attempt to en ter tbe electiou booth by violence and made a iolent assault upon the house where I he vutini: place was located. SOME LARGE INCREASE MADE IN CAPITAL STOCHALOES Pipe Lines Just Double Their Stock. But One Line Quadruples It. NEw ROCK ISLAND EX PRESS WITH J23.O00.0O0 Harrisburg, Nov. 11. Three pipe line concerns controlled by the Stand ard OH compaluy, filed notices in the state department today of a heavy In crease in their capital stock. They are: The Crescent Pipe Line company, of Philadelphia, whose capital is in creased from $1,000,000 to the amount of $2,000,000; the Southern Pipe Line company, of Oil City, from $5,000,000 to $10,000,000, and the Northern Pipe Line companay, of Oil CIt j. from $1,- 000,(100 to $4,000,00(1. ROCK ISLAND STARTS EXPRESS CO. WITH $25,000,000. New York, Nov. 14. The Tribune says that the North American Ex press company, incorporated in Maine j with authorized capital of $25,000,0uo. i has been organized by the Rock Is-! land Interests to operate on the Rock j Island system. NTER NATIONAL TUBER CULOSIS CONVENTION. New York. Nov. 14. There were delegates from all parts of the world at the International Tuberculosis con vention which commenced Its pro ceedings today here and every state and section of a state in the union was represented. There were general discussions on the whole problem of tuUrculosls and an Influential commit tee was appointed for the purpose of urging preventative legislation and the establishment of governmental and municipal sanitariums to assist In fighting the disease. ll boards of health and all state and county medical organizations In the county have, from time to time, been supplied with information concerning the disease and an appeal will be made by the convention to all nations to as sist the combination in fighting the dread disease. MORE CIVIL SER VICE EXAMINATIONS. Washington, Nov. 14. Examina tions are belug held today for an in terpreter of Assyrian (Arbablc) and Greek for the immigration service; an electrician for the quarter masters' department at large and a labaratory 'assistant (qualified In oplles) for the bureau of standards. FIREMAN MILLS LOSES FOOT IN ACCIDENT DRIVER STARTED ENGINE WHILE HE WAS UNDER THE TENDER. Isaac I Mills, a fireman on the Santa Fe, was brought to Albuquerque on a special this moruing from Su wanee, a mater station forty miles south. Mills' left foot was crushed nearly off and be was Immediately takeu to the Santa Ke Pacific hospital, where he received medical attention. The Injured member will likely be am putated. It U said that Mills and bis engin eer were under the tender of an en gine near the water tauk making some repairs to a brake beam, and both had crawled out from -uuder the tender. The engineer got in tbe cab and start ed the engine. Mills bad crawled back under the engine tender, mean time, unknown tt the engineer. His fool Kt caught limb r :' wheel mid was bal!v cruslia-il. BEFORE SENATE E They Like Bonl Seem About to Lose Price of Their Marriage. BANK STATEMENTS' ARE DEMANDED FOK;OV. ?. Vinita, I. T., Nov. 14. The senate Indian committee today heard the committee composed of intermarried whites of the Cherokee nation who ask the "privilege of selling the Im provements placed on their lands, and certain other rights. The United States supreme court recently render ed a decision adversely to the inter married whiles who sought to secure a share of the lands alotted to the In dians. BANK REPORTS REQUIRED FOR MONDAY, NOV. 12 Washington, Nov. 14. The comp troller of the currency today Issued a call for the statement or conditions of national banks at the close of busi ness, Monday November 12. CONSIDERING" QUESTION OF TAXATION OF RADIUM New York, Nov. 14. The board of customs appraisers here are again to day considering the question of the taxation of radium. Whether It is i chemical or a salt of uranium is the puzzle that the customs omclals are trying to solve. During tne past two years several small consignments of radium have been received here, and, us the Dlngley tartc bill makes no specific provision of it, It was taxed at the rate of 25 per cent ad valorem having been put under the head of chemical salt. The Importers II. Liber and Co., chemists engaged counsel to question this appralsment and testimony has been laid before general appraiser, that radium should lie placed on the free list unuer the provisions in the, law for salts of radium. Professor of Columbia uni versity, and other authorities on tne composition of radium will give tes - timony to tne circci tnai radium is a sa. and a derivative of uranium. GUESSING AT THE COT TON CROP OF 1906. Now York, Nov. 14. Cotton has declined steadily on Die market dur ing the past ten days with a conxis teucy which would seem to indicate that the buyers have taken tne s timale of a maJorl?y of the cr: prophets who place their guesss on the crop of liMiti at over 13,i00,0i0 bales, leaving unhonored the pre vious estimate 11,325,000 bales. All brokers are now unanltnou-i that the crop will amount to 12,90',oiii) bales. CONTEST CASE FAV- nnmir rn liiin-rrn ORABLE 10 MINISTER . , . , , Rev. J. O. Ruoff. formerly of ih! city, but now of Estancla, has Just had a homestead contest case decided In his favor. Tbe hearing was had before the receiver of the land office, M. R. Otero, at Santa Fe. It Beems that William M. McCoy filed on a des- ert land claim near Estancla and sold his relinguishment to Rev. J. G. Ruoff. of Etitancla. Rev. Ruoff forwarded the papers with 4 lie necessary data for a homeatead filing to the land office at Santa Fe, but lefore tbo en velope containing the documents wus opened in the mail Samuel 8. Phillips, who had come to Santa Fe on the same traiu, filed a contest. Had the mall been opened promptly H. is alleged the claim could not have been contested i application of Attorney Marron, who Phillips did not appear for the hear represents the defendant. Apodaca lug, however, and the Halm went bvlwai arrested yesterday afternoon. jdeiault to Kev Knor) PENNSYLVANIA VOTES A TEN PER CENT On All Owned and Operated Pennsylvania Lines West of Pittsburg. SURPRISE IS SPRUNG ON THE BURLINGTON Philadelphia. Nov. 14. The board of directors of the roads west of Pittsburg, operated and controlled by the Pennsylvania, at a meeting today, voted 10 per cent. Increase In wages to all permanent employes of the roads reclvlng less than $200 per month. RAILROAD CLAIM DENIED THAT LOCAL IS UNPROFITABLE, Kansas City, Nov. 14. E. M Fisher, a St Poul expert accountant employed by Missouri to examine the books of the Burlington, was on the stand this morning in the maximum freight rate hearing being conducted here by Attorney General uadley, He made the statement that the Bur llngton frequently charged a rate for the movement of freight less than that named in the Missouri maximum rate law, now being contested. The state sprang a surprise when it announced that it would pluco cnaries M. Lua ham, of New York, on the si and to disprove the claim that to the Bur llngton there was little profit In handling local freight. Ludliam is an expert and the state asserted that It would prove by him that the local freight business Is exceedingly profit able to railroads In Missouri. ANNUAL REUNION OF FLORIDA VETERANS Gainesville. 11a.. Nov. 14. The an nuai reunion of Florida veterans which took place here today proved of great Interest though the ranks are becom In thinned. Major A. 1). Williams, Col. It. J. XlcGill, delivered addresses. Money Market. New ork. Nov. 14. Prime nier 1 cantile paper, 6CV4; silver llc , MAXIMO GARCIA NAY FACE A GRAVE CHARGE HIS ALLEGED ASSAULT UPON ZE NON ALDERETE MAY REACH GRAND JURY. , Maximo Garcia and Zenon Ablerete i had a sort of international dis agreement at Alrisco on t".ie eighth, ; two days after the election, and as a ! result Garcia Is alleged to have as jsaulud Alderete with violence. Any way, Alderete had Garcia arrested, charged with assault and thfu will lie a preliminary hearing of the case !r;roftr ,ut,rm,ne the Attorney Heacock will appear for the territory In the place of District AUornt.y Clancy, who Is indisposed from a falI received In the lava beds norti, f Albuquerque several days ag(, it' rUmored that Garcia may be cuan!,.,i with assault with deadly wtai)1), in which caso he will be b,,um ()Ver to await the action of the ! ru,i irv rii cas will La henr.l before Justice liarela of Burelus. Apodaca's Case Continued. Carlos Apodaca, charged with se ducing Nativldad Chavez, was 10 have been given a preliminary hearing this morning before Justice Barela of Be relttf but it was continued until Mon- j day morning at 9 o'clock upon the lltoih parties live in llarelas. INCREASE She Can't Take the Children Out of France. Says the Court. BROGUE MARRIAGE NOW CLAIMS CHIEF ATTENTION Prince and Wife Play Vaudeville and Sue Father For Recognition of His Rights. Paris, Nv. 14 The tribunal of the First Instance f tbe Seine, Judge Ditto presiding, at nooa today granted a divorce to the Countess de Castel lane (formerly Anna Gould) and gave her custody of her children, who how ever, will not he allowed to be taken from France without tb consentxpf the father, ... The end of the case came suddenly. The court brushed aside the uemand of the count's lawyers for examina tion of witnesses and, as anticipated, the public prosecutor did not even ask to be heard. In granting the petition giving the countess the custody of her children, the count is allowed the usual right to see them at stated pe riods and to share in the control of their education. The count's demand for the allowance of $50,000 was re jected by the court and the judgment was given with costs against him. FRENCH PRINCE MARRIES A VAUDEVILLE ACTRESS Paris, Nov. 14. Miss Alexander was married to Prince de Broglle Au gust 14, In Chicago, and it was claim ed at the time that the marriage was not valid according to the laws of France, because the prince's divorce from bis former wife had not been approved, and because the second marriage had not been recorded ac cording to the French laws. The prince, however, claims that tne mar riage is legal under the laws of Illi nois, and has Instructed his lawyer in Paris to bring suit against his family to compel them to recognize bis mar riage, and also to recover the inter ests to which he Is entitled. TOURING COUNTRY IN . VAUDEVILLE PERFORMANCES New York, Nov. 14. Prince de Broglio and wife are now touring the country In vaudeville. BUT HIS DADDIE WONT ACKNOWLEDGE THE SON Paris, Nov. 14. Prince Amede de Droglle, father of Prince Robert de Broglle, has filed In the Paris courts a demand for the annuument or ma son's marriage with Miss Estelle Alexander of California. INDIANA BANKERS' AS SOCIATION IN SESSION. Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 14. The an nual convention of the Indiana Bank ers' association was opened here to day when addresses were delivered by U A. Goddard, president of the Fort Dearborn bank of Chicago, E. D. Dur ham ex-president of the Illinois Bank ing association, Senator Hemenway and others well known In the finan clal world. Practical banking ques tions, such as the interest on public funds, the negotlablo Instrument laws and other questions were discussed and the proceedings were voted to be the most interesting and Instruc tive ever conducted by the associa tion. One matter of considerable lm porance was decided today. It was unanimously decided to form a pro tective committee and a fund was al lotted for its use. This afternoon the session was given over to the trust company section. FASHIONABLE MARRIAGE IN NEW YORK CITY New York. Nov. 14. There was a large and fashionable gathering in tbe church of the Incarnation today when Miss Annette B. Whipple, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Whipple was married to Mr. Arthur Morris Collins, of Pittsburg. The bridesmaids were Miss Gertie Sandford aud Miss Rosalie: Gardner Jones of this city, Mius Edith Brainard and Miss Elsie St. John of Hartford, Conn., Miss Margery War ren of Scranton, and Miss Florence Borden of Fall River. IJeu. Shel burne Whipple V. S. A., the brides brother. Hugh Rauklu, Marcellus Harlley Dodge, Alex Craighead and Ralph Schneelock were ushers. Up wards of five hundred persons re ceived cards for the reception at the home of the brides parents, 181 Madi son avenue, after the marriage cere mony. EMPLOYMENT FOR SKILLED AND UNSKILLED LABOR. New York, Nov. 14. Through the coming winter and far Into next year there will be steady employment, for skilled and unskilled labor in the iron, steel and tin trades. A report of the Algamated asslcatlon of Iron steel and tin workers published today states that enough business baa leu book ed to keep the trades la full operation until next summer unless prevented I')' a scarcity of railroad cars, ine tonnage this year will break all rec ords and 1907 promises an enormous production. This Is Indicated by the large sales of ce for delivery through the year, as high prices, and for tue past two weeks negotiations were open d for j ig iuu for shipment in the third cuarter, a thing that never occurred before. All the avail ablu pis Iron for the first hair is un der coairttcl. Because Government of Ven ezuela Wants to Keep In Power. TWENTY-FIVE SENTENCED SAIlORSjAKE ESCAPE Scotch Church Differences Havei' Been Amicably Settled Says Lord Elgin. Port de France. Martinique. Not. 14,i The Dutch, cruiser Kortenaer ar rived here from WlUemstad. Island Of Curacao, and reported' today that at the time of her departure from Curmo ; ao, it was reported and persistently and generally believed that Preeideitc Castro of Venezuela, wae dead, his death being concealed by the Vene suelan government in order to main tain itself In power. TWENTY-FIVE CONVICTS MAKE THEIR ESCAPE Cronstadt, Russia, Nov. 14. Twm- ty-flve sailors, who were sentenced tt hard labor in tbe mines for lire; after having been convicted of participation v In the August mutiny, escaped last evening while awaiting deportation.. They were allowed to visit the bath under the escort of sixteen soldiers. These they overpowered, killing one man. The convicts then donned civi lian clothes and disappeared. Strict watch is being maintained along both coasts of the Gulf of Flland but Only one fugitive has been captured. SCOTTISH CHURCH , ' DISPUTE IS SETTLED. London, Nov. 14. The commlssioik amiolnterf hv government to renort oa the Scottish church dispute andaug gest remedies, has presented , its re port, and It wae announced today by Lord Elgin, chairman of 'the commis sion, that matters had been amicably ' arranged. The assembly hall and col-. leze buildings at Edlnburg, Glaacowx a nA A liAfilaon ViAi a haon awflfHoit ifi- free church gets a number of buildlnna,. In Edinburgh and the annual sum of ; three thousand pounds sterling for the . maintenance ot Us colleges. . The frew s churcn Is also awarded two additional churches t Glascow.. Most.of vne foreign mission funds are given to the United Free, church but a suffl- cent sum has been allotted the freo church to carry on Its mission work. In 1904 the house of lords, as a re sult of a long standing -dispute be tween the churches, each claiming to le the original free church, de cided In favor of the free churche'a claim, which had refused recognition, - to the union in 1847 or tne tree churcn with the United Presbyterian church, the union which constituted the Unt ied Free chorch. The decision In volved the transference of the whole of the property to the orglrial free church, valued at about $55,000,000 to the twenty-four free church ministers, known as tbe "Wee Kickers" owing to the smallness of their number. The United Free church faced poverty while (he other came into possession of property far too vast for them to handle. Hence a royal commission was appointed to Inquire Into the dif ference between tbe churches. The commission has now decided tnat ue free church shall hand over ail the property it cannot adequately admin ister. , LITTLE PROGRESS I0DAY IN BIG DAMAGE SUIT j. S. LA DRIERE ONLY WITNESS EXAMINED MATTER MAY CONSUME WEEK. The district court this morning took up the case of Richard Di Pal ma and R. Kuppe vs. Jacob Welnmann and Joseph Harnett, but at 3 o'clock this afternoon the matter had not progressed further than the examina tion of a single witness. J. K La Driere, architect, was the witness. He was subpoenaed by the defense, but counsel for tbe plaintiff called Mr. La Driere to the stand to Identify certain building plans of the Barnett building, which stands afthe corner of Railroad avenue and Second street. Mr. La Driere was In chargo of the work on tbe new Barnett buildlu gat the time the party wait gave way, causing the damage to Riippe"s stock, which Is assessed by the plaintiff at $10,000. (Not $lu0,00u. as was erroneously published yester duy.) When Attorney McMlllen attempted to exhibit the plans to the jury with, explanation this afternoon, counsel for the defenso, Nell B. Field and W. U. Clillders, objected on technicalities and Mr. La Driere was recalled to the stand to point out on the plans the gist ot his former testimony. The case will probably consume a week. In the district court proceedings of yesterdaya, published In Tbe Even lug Citizen, a mix-up of the Welnmann N'eher suit occurred. It seems that Mr. Welnmann sued Mr. Neher for $58.73, whereupon Mr. Neher put in a counter claim against the amount for $50. The case came to a close by the Jury awarding Mr. Welnmann the difference, amounting to $8.73. Robert Law and R. S. Sumner, two well-known citlxens of .Denver, are lu the city, tbe guests of Col. W. S. Hoewell. They will remain In thu city for u few days.