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Datum ft" I VOL. 20. NO. a08. S ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY EVENING, DECEMB&tt 124. 1900. The Evening Citizen, In Advance, 9 per yur. Delivered by Carrier, 60 cent per month. PA'S CHRISTMAS EVE DREAM JAPAN MAKES IN FRANCE IS J' in raw STANDARD 01 CHURCH ACCIDENTS AS AG 1 ON PURCHASE FOR USUAL AMONG TECHNICALITY 10 THE RAILWAYS ..tv if. 4 Ohio Common Pleas Court Decides Case Should Be In Probate Court. SUPREME IU COURT DECIDES AGAINST SHIPP Action of North Carolina Court Against Bucket Shops Is Sustained! Kinriley, Ohio, Dec. 24. Judge Dun .can of the common ideas court de clared that the information filed In the probate court against the Stand ard OH company, on the charge of violating the Valentine antitrust was illegal and that the ense should lie filed In the common pleas court. CHATANOOGA SHERIFF'S CASE GOES ADVERSELY W&tBiagton, Dec. 24. The supreme court today decided adversely to the defendant In the preliminary question involved in the case of Sheriff Sblpp and twenty-six others of Chatanooff3, Tc-nn., charged with contempt of the supreme court in lynching a negro named Johnson, after the court had taken cognizance of the cane. The opinion was handed down ly Justice Holmes, who announced that the pre liminaries having hern disposed of, the court will proceed with the prose cution. He did not say when the next 6tep will be t:Uen. CAW AGAINST DEALING IN FUTURES SUSTAINED Washington, Dec. 24. In deciding the c-jbo of Gate wood against the state of North Carolina, in which Gate wood was prosecuted for keeping a bucketehop in Durham, the supreme court of the United States today in effect held that the- law prohibiting dealing in futures Is not repugmut to federal action, thus affirming the decision of the supreme court of North CJoliaa. SUGAR PLANTERS ARE NOT VERY MUCH PLEASED Ottowa, Dec. 24. The British West Indies and. British Guina are Interest ed parties in the alterrallon of the wugar duties. The granting 0f pref erence British produced Bugar, opened to them a market In which cane esugar could be placed to com pete advantageously wilh Kuropean bounty feu uett sugar, and their post lion was further strengthened by the requirement for the abolition of the bounties under the ISrussells conven tion. Under their Influence the sugar trade increased by leaps and bounds until in the last, fiscal venr its value reached $G,254,132 and the total im-j Krts ly Canada of Biigar and syrups from 'British sources $8,31(9.066. on which $1,885,551 was paid in duty The financo minister, however, has stated that the refiners get more ad vantago tb;in it was Intended to give and in conwequence the duty has heen advanced today on raw sugar cf Brit ish origin by 7 1-3 cents per hundred prmnts. The increased duty will not effect the planter or consumer as the refiner will be saddled with the addi tional duty BRITISH COLUMBIA'S LFAD PRODUCTION. Vancouver, B. C, Dec. 24. This year load production In this prov ince amounted to 30,000 tons the value according to New York prices, les 10 per cent, a mounts to $3,fn0, 000. Tim total production cf lead in this country up to the present reach es 220,000 tons valued at $18.mmi,ooo. Tho prospects for next season look very brli;ht as a very large increase ii 4.he ore tonnage is expected. GREAT SCHWAB MINING MERGER IN NEVADA. Tcw York. Dec. 24. By the merger op the. Green water and IK-ath Val ley, tho United Greenwater and the (rreoirater mining properties. In Ne vada, the new corKrat ion established lodav with a, capitalization of $25, IKIO.OOO takes over some of the rie-h-e-st mines in the world. SIXTY DAYS IN JAIL FOR STEALING A BANK WILL HARDIN, POLICE CHARACT ER, GETS OUT OF JAIL AND THEN BACK IN. Will Hardin, a notorious police i.-baraotor, known as "Whisky Bill," was eiven sixtv elavs in the county jail by Judge Crawford this morning for entering the house of Mary Judd, aged mulatto woman, who swore he aiolo a enisll savings bank in which she had accummulated a snug little sum in Havings. She resides in a lit t Us Bbanty on north Third stne-t between Oopper and Tijeras. Mrs. Judd, who Is a hard working old lady, is familiarly known among her cunuwiwrs for horn she does washing ;u "Grandma." While she was absent from br alst.le on Sun day afternoon Mine- one entered and ransacked the place in search for a um of uieli-y she was believed to have, nmretid in the house When .-ho returned the bouse was in confus ion aud the bank w:s missing. Sus piciuu attached t' Hardin who was arretted liy the police. Htirdla is a :'eur. He U alto sicllier tad. the police say. Last Mon day &e wu lelcascd from tho county jail after -iervitt term f r pirklug (Kets ' '''' SIDCK EXCHANGE GIB 513,000 10 IIS ElfflS I Asa Christmas Remembrance ' of Their Year of Faithful Service. COLDFIELD HAS LOST HALF ITS POPULATION New York.' Dec. 24. More than $13,OiiO was distributed among the 4uo employes of the stock exchange to day. This represents tho annual col lection among the members as Cnrist mas bonuses to employes. STRIKE OF MINERS HAS CAUSED GREAT LOSS Goldfleld, Nev., Dee. 24. As a re suit of the strike called by the Indus-1 trial Workers of the World, the mln-lchnrn yesterday, "will approximate ers of this section are leaving ny i 1,050,000 persons, as against a total trainloads. Goldfleld Is rapidly be-1 of 859.000 who landed here in 1905. coming a desolated city. The popu-1 This shows an increase of immigra lation of Goldfleld has decreased from tion of about 22.23 per cent. Using 15,000 to about 7,000 within the last these figures as a basis for an esti week. The strike still continues and mate, in 1907 we may expect 1.2S6, every mine and mill, and all the smel-! 415 aliens to arrive at Ellis Island." Urs except the Hayes-Monett and the Frances-Mohawk are closed. United States deputy marshals, appointed under the terms of the federal injunc tion Issued to restrain the stealing of high-grade ore, will take charge to dnv at the Hayes-Monett Frar.ccs-Mohawk. GREAT LOSS TO LABOR IN MARIETTA, GA. Marietta. Ga., Dec. 24. The plant of the Georgia Manufacturing & I'ub lic Service company, including the Marietta paper mill, Is burning. Al ready the loss is fully $250,mmi. and the fire is not yet unde r control. OLD LONG BRIDGE" OVER POTOMAC DOOMED. Washington, IKc. 24. The historic "Long Bridge" ever the Potomac has bee-n lorn down and not a trace of it now re'mnins. It was built under an authority of act of congress, which appropriated JliH),0O0 feir the purpose, and was often for traffic on May 20, isn;. When the British forces under General Ross and Admiral Cetckburn catured Washingten and a Irritlsh flee t had Alexandria at tts mercy, In eiimul Ikll tVtit hrift"n Ret Oil! H-,. ,,,, l..ci rouiwl to trovcnt IIIC fill' II.T 11. .Tli M p. , - . . n !....;.... ..9 llrUl.ll Ov lllul If limU IIIIICIIOM tl l'l It'nil I-AIH uiiiwlo, The first union troops sent to south passed over the Long bridge; in 18(11 and at the close, of the waf j the. army of the Potomac, unuer uen eral Meade, and the army eif Tennes- see, under General She rman, returned over It to Warihingtem. After the first battle of Bull Run Hie- union treps retreated across the bridge tei seek.gafe'ly In the capital- Two splen elid modern structures have' I ee-n built to replace the edd bridge OUR TRADE WITH ICELAND HAS INCREASED. New York, Dec. 24. Advices re cedved fn.m Reykjavik, Iceland, inti inatc that the natives of that coun try are taking steps te bring about ; the' direct imMrtatien of American goods, iiiotead ef by way of the Hrit ifh ports as heretofore. The imports! fi in America espe-cially petroleum' wheat, sugar and tobacco, have large - ly iiicreas.-d eluring lee eut, ye ars and it is thought that the trade could ! eoi. .1. raldy improved with cheated . eiii-i ct tiaiisisntaiioii, IMMIGRATION SHOWING . TREMENDOUS FIGURES Next Year Will Be Beyond All Possible Conception of Mind. I JAPANESE COOLIE COMING ! IS SOMEWHAT CURTAILED Ne-w Ycrk, completed at Dec. Kllis 21. Figures just ; Island indicate ' that at the present rate of increase, 1,283.415 more aliens may be expect Ml to enter thi.i country through the immigration station on Kllis Island next year. "The number of land in New York aliens who wil this year," said Immigration Commissioner Wats JAPANESE FLOOD HAS SOMEWHAT SUBSIDED. San Francisco. Dec. 24. "The exo dus of Janee laborers fnmi the .liiiru. nlflnlalifmu rtf llnti-.IJ the mill the . " w ..anon "'- win speedily recover, mis assailant , Limed Slates is showing a decrease. 1 hli8 nt yet l0 ;, apprehended, al said K. Matsubara, the new Japanese thought the officers are following a vice consul at San Francisco yester-, nmber of clews that may lead to sn oay. Japanese immigration societies sent these laborers from Korea to Hawaii, and these societies, ace'ordlng to Matsubara, are directly interesteel in holding the laborers on the sugar ": e states once they arrive there-. These societies have brought miwerful pres- , ure to ,.Hr ,h Japaneso ROV e-rnnie nt to compel the coolies to stay 1 oui anu ii is iH'coniing apparent mai the immigration socle-ll.. are winning , their fight. I .MTn.,'...o -77 Z7, AUSTRALIA S GOLD OUT- PUT FOR EIGHT MONTHS, j Melbourne, Dec. 24, Government ! figure-s published today on the gold j out put in the colony tehow that for j the; eight months fmled August 31st. 2. 306. 5112 ounces of the value of $47, 7o4.8n4 were' produced as compared with 2,3SS,lo8 ounce-s valued at $19,- I 390. 108 for tin; same period of last year. Increases re shown In Vic- , crease's in yueeniana anu we-gieru Australia. The shipments of gold to the United State this year amount- ' ed to $12,433,908 and are the largest ",r "mu i'a . - COLD WEATHER FROM THE N w York, Dee. 21. The coldest we-atlie-r ei rne winier came ieiay, w be n t he- thermometer went down to ,i, .,,,,... l, .... ,lorihwest wind 1 jllt, W,,;iy n.ilcs pe r hour adde-el ; , ,. discomfort. ' Florida Orchards Endangered. Atlanta, Ga.. Dec. 21. The govern MURDERER OF FATHER IS CLEARED ON FIB OF Killed the Old Man With An Ax and Then Robbed His Pockets of Money CAPTAIN MACKLIN IS STILL DOIXG WELL Spokane, Dec. 24. "Not guilty li;' reason of Insanity," was the verdict retilriiffl hi the tinrr tnitnv tn llip f-nsn of si(luPV Slonne, I S years old, charg- ed with the murder ;f his father. Robbery was the motive for the crime. The boy went nn behind his i father while the latter was eating I his midnight lunch, and struck hun 1 six terrific blows with an ax. Then I ho timt th. i.inm.v frrun ilir. riivi ' man's pocket. The body was found the next morning and the boy was ar rested and confessed. The defense claimed that the Isiy had shown in sanity since his infancy. I CAPTAIN MACKLIN WILL PROBABLY GET WELL. Oklahoma City. Okla., Dec. 24. In a teU phone message from Fort Reno, j this morning, it was statod that Cap tain Macklin had assed a good night and that unless unexpected complica- lion8 arls tlle physicians believe he I ... . ... .. arrest sejoi;. I INVENTOR OF THE HELIO GRAPH HAS RETIRED. London. Dec. 24 Colonel C. K. ilayen, reyal engtneer who retires en half pay today, under the five years' i rule, was the officer in the Zulu cam- paign, who, by means of an impro- ,.,.,. i1..itr,irr:ir,h on nrriinurv thm-lni? b,.lonK,I1K to ft K,iariisman, sig- nailed to Colonel Pearson, who was holding Ekowe, that reinforcements were .,!,.. i wait ny Bfter days of persistent endeavors to attract the attention ef the invested garrison that Coloned Hayej had the reward of finding that be bad been "read." BRIGHT'S DISEASE HAS CLAIMED ANOTHER VICTIM Cincinnati, IX'C 21. Harlan Cleve -luiel, who served as United States district attorney for the southern dls trlc of Ohio by appoiatment of Grover Cleveland, died today of Brlght's dis ease. He was a cousin of the ex president and a n'pbew of Justice Harlan of the Unlte-d States supreme court. IS REPORTED EASTERN STATES ment thernHjniete-r today touched Hi degrees, t he colde'bt by 10 degree-s of the fceasem. Freezing weather is re ported as far south as Tampa, Fla.. where 28 degrees are' reported. The ould wave extends over the eastern half of the southern tta'.ej. STEELWORKS Will Expend $10,000,000 In This Country For Steel Machinery. MIDWIFE CHARGED WITH MURDER OFMANY INFANTS Lying-in Establishment Reported No Deaths But Had Murdered 1 20 New Born Children. New York, Dec. 24. Contracts are being placed in the United States for the equipment of a huge steel works which the Japanese government Is to operate under the name of the Im perial Steel Works, on the Island of Moji. The Japanese plant will en tail a cost of 110.000,000. The or ders for the equipment will call for two bar mills, a tube mill, a blooming mill, rolling tables, furnaces, cranes and a general lino of steel making j equipment. ASTONISHING RECORD OF A LYING-IN HOSPITAL. Paris, Doc. 24. A mid-wife living in the Vivlenne quarter has been ar rested on the charge of systematic murder of new-born infants. The at tention of the police was attracted by the fact that no deaths of children were reported, from tho establish ment, and Investigation resulted In the discovery that the mid-wife, with the complicity of a servant, cut up ami burned the bodies of the children in a big stove in the dining room of the mid-wife's residence. The evi dence obtained Indicates that 120 children were murdered by the two women. TO GOVERN THE SALE OF COTTON SEED. Jackson, Miss., Dec. 24. So suc cessful have been the government's demonstrations of farm work In this state that the legislature will be ask ed to further encourage the work and one of the first Important moves which it Is intended to make will be fo ask the legislature to enact laws governing the use anil sale of cotton seed for planting purposes. It Is ad mitted on all sides that inferior seed is one of the worst of ail evils in the cotton industry. A doubt may exist as to the right of the state to name for the grower the quality of the seed he shall plant, end the length of the staple ho shall grow, at tin; j same time the sale of inferior set d cinild easily l.e prohibited. REVENUE CUTTER AT TACOMA, WASHINGTON. Tacoma, Dec. 21. The revenuo cut Wr Terry. Lieutenant II. (1. Fisher, commanding , made famous by the capture of seventeen Japanese sent poachers on St. Paul island last July, is In poir here. She came to meet Assistant Secretary of tho Treasury .1. B. Reynolds, and will convey him to points down l'uget sound. The lViry will lie stationed in the Puget sound district instead of the old cut- ter Grant, recently condemned and B01,I COPPER COMPANY MAKES GOOD BIG DIVIDEND New York. Dec. 24. The directors of the Anaconda Copper company to day declared a quarterly dividend of $1.75 a share. SENATOR STONE Kansa.-, City, le e-. 21. United States Senator Stone' believes that President Roosevelt did right in ells - charging the negro soldiers at llrownsville-. "I am glad to have an; opportunity to say so, but I wish to be tindeisteiod right," he declarel last NEGRO BRAKEMAN DALY 'NOTED JEWISH HISTORIAN SEVERELY INJURED! TO LECTURE HERE DEC. 31 John Day, a brakeman on the Zuni Mountain railway, was brought to a local hospital this morning suffering from numerous bruises received at Thoreau Saturday night by a fall from the top of a log train. The train had Just arrived at Thoreau from Ketner. lhiy had an uncertain fooling on a head of Iegs, when the engine gave a sudden jerk, pereipitat ing him to the freiztn ground. Tho fact thn lie? fell be-tween tho tracks inste-ad of on them is all that saved his life', as no eine saw him fall. It was some time alter the accide nt that be was pie ke d up by eine- of his fellow trainmen. He lay uneouscieus sev eral hours. However, us no Mines wire- broken and the injuries are f an ixternal nature, the doctor says thai ho will MiffeT no permane nt de to! mil ie'S iis H result. IOWA STATE POULTRY SHOW OPENED TODAY. (i.-Ualixisa. Ia.. Dec. 24. At the b,H State.- poultry snow wnicu eipen- , .1 In-re- today ttu-l'e- are luli ls. Pries to the value ai. U ing eiffereit. l,5im ex- if $l,OO0, The Government Denies That Other Powers Will Try to Coerce France. MEMBERS OfllEGE GO TO POPEJFOR SYMPATHY Head of Church Says No More Concessions Are Possible From Church to State. Paris, Dec. 24. An official note was Issued this afternoon announcing that the statements published abroad to the effect that the French govern ment had been sent a note by the powers, in anticipation of a protest from the Vatican, against the expul sion of Monsignor Montagninl, is ab solutely falHO. POPE SAYS CHURCH WILL STILL STAND FAST. ! lrtm.t tkr 11 Tlin nmmlmra ctt the sacred college went In a body this morning to the pope to present their Christmas greetings. The pope re ceived them in his private library, and conversed cordially with all the distinguished prelates. The chief topic of conversation was the situa tion in France. The pope said that the church will not flinch from the atti tude taken, no more concessions be ing possible; but he hoped that the violence and persecution would soon result in better times. RELIGIOUS STATISTICS OF GREATER NEW YORK. New York, Dec. 24. The Protestant communicants of Greater New York in 1855 were 82,477 or 9.1 per cent of the population of the city. In 1905 they numbered 337,287 or 8.4 per cent of tho poulatlon.. Tho Roman Catho lic communicants of 1S55 numbered 110,488 or 12.2 per cent of the popu lation; In 1105,-1,061,716 or 26.4 per cent of tho city's population. Com paring 1905 with 1904 it is found that the Jews have Increased their part of the population from 18.6 to 19.3 per cent and Roman Catholics theirs from 33.3 to 3u.8. Tho churchles? protes- tants of New York outnumber the whole population of Nebraska and are the equivalent of the whole popula tion of Idaho, Washington, Montana and Wyoming. AMERICAN PEARLS IN GREAT DEMAND. New York, IKc. 24. American pearls and buroques from the Wabash, Wisconsin aud Mississippi rivers are in such great demand this season that all jewelers have their stocks sold out. The baroques, or Irregular frtsh water pearls, coming in u" kinds of odd iantastic shapes, which a few years ago were allowed to re main 011 the river banks, not having any commercial value at the time have been used to an enormous ex- tend thin year In gold Jewelry and have become (juite fashionable. ! SOME KILLING STILL CONTINUES IN CUBA j Havana, Dee. 24. A dispatch from 1 Guinea, this I rovlnce, today announc ed that a patrol of rural guards had !au encounter with five mounted lnsur igeats. The two parties exchanged shots with tho result that two of the Insurgents were killed and two were captured. The fifth man escaped. APPROVES t night . "I have not looked into the b'gal phase of the matter. I am net 1 ready to give an opinion on that. But so far as sentiment is concerned in the offense Itself, I am in hearty I favor ef the step taken by President : Roosevelt and Secretary Taft." PROF. GOTTHARD DEUTSCH WILL OFFER "GLIMPSES FROM OR IENTAL AND RUSSIAN GHETTOS." Prof. Gollhard Deutsch, professor ef history in Hebrew Unloa College, Cincinnati, Ohio, will lecture at the Je-wlsh temple on Monday evening, De'e-embe-r 31. His theiut- will be "Glimpses from Oriental and Russian Ghettos." Tho le-cture wil be illus trated by fine stereeiptie an views. Ne admission fee will be charged and the gene ral public is invite-el to hear the le-iiowni-el ge-iitle-mau who is said to be a i erson ef much Intellectual at-tainme-nt. The prufe-sseir enjoys the' eliKtiiie-tiou of being the oleb-st living historian of the- Je-wlsh race and Is one- ef the editors of the Jewish l'u-cyclope-dia, one of the most gigantic weirkrt ever Uiidi rtak-e The lee-ture- veill In- at Tcinide Al be-rt. Seventh and West Gold ave-uue-ami the hour will be 7:30 ei'clock. A large and appreciative ainlie tice will -- doie'-l erect ill- appear iie-i- ot Prof De-utdcb. SOLDIER ACTON Coal Dealers Sue Burlington Road For Confiscated Coal Supplies. STRIKE OF FIREMEN ON SOUTHERMPAC!FIC MAY Not Extend West of EI Paso As It .Is Not About Either Wages or Hours. Minneapolis. Dec 24. Eight killed and twenty-four injured ar the total casualties resulting front a collision, or a southbound passenger train on the St. Paul road w(th a switch en gine near Enderline, N. D.. yesterday morning. Of the Injured, fourteen were seriously hurt and ten slightly. The revised list of the dead is as fol lows:Charlea Backus, Bergen, N. I.; H. J. Volkertng, Annamo9, N. D.; Tony Glenn, Velva. N. D.; D. J. Beres ford. Medicine Hat, Canada: Herman Rosenbaum, Velva. N. D.: W R. Dan ielson, Sheldon, N. D.; Nels Hanson, Kenmare, N. D. ; Ole Thompson, Star buck. COAL DEALERS SUE THE RAILROADS FOR DAMAGES Omaha, Dec. 24. J. E. Woodward & Ce., coal dealers, operating mines at Dletz, Wyo., this morning brought suit for $20.0ou against the Burlington Railroad company , for coal alleged t have been confiscated recently, anel secured from the federal court a tem porary injunction against further con fiscation by that company. FIREMEN'S STRIKE DOES NOT EXTEND WEST OF EL PASO. Oakland, Cal., Dec. 24. The sys tem of tho Southern Pacific, compos ing lines west of Kl Paso and Ogdon and south of Portland, has not been affected by the lejcqraotjve fltemon'a strike. The ultimatum "given' by Grand Master Hanrahan,' of the loco motive firemen's brotherhood, applleM to the Atlantic system east of El Paso. Local Tall road officials say that they do not look for a spread of the strike, as. the troubje U to p. grfat extent' local and ifl ict primarily a question of. wages or hours. FRENCH AND AMERICANS IN NEWFOUNDLAND. St. Johns, N. F.. Dec. 24. The New foundland bait laws pre being pro tested against by the French of St. Pierre, who have allied themsedves with the Americans living on the ls lunds. The pew shipping ordinances gazetted In St. Pierre grant free entry to vessels of all nationalities bringing bait there, reduce to a great extend the tonnage dues on all ves s('ls seeking bait and grant to Ameri cans the right to fish for herring In the waters ef St. lMerre on the con dition that one-third of the crews of such vessels be composed of St. Pierre men. The declining prosper ity of the French island is the reason for these conce'ssiems. Owing te the falling fishing Industry more than one thousands of the Inhabitants of St. Pierre Immigrated te Quebec quite re cently. BEN WILLIAMS UPHOLDS OFFICER WHO SKID00EO P--n Williams, chief of the Santa Fe se-eret w rvlco for thn itlo Graude division, stated this morning that lie placed little credence in the publish ed report that former Special Officer Nolan of th.s Santa Fe had rtbbeel Te-reblo Sanchez, a native, of $25 In a rooming heust. at Las Vegas last Saturday night. "Nolan weirke'el for the company there for some time," said Mr. Wil liams, "and so far as 1 know he al ways bort a goeni reputation. When he arrived he-re he- told me of the in currence and denied that he vul tak en the; money. He left Las Vegas be cause he had be-en relieved ef duty there, and had been called in. "The native, according to the news paper story, simply asse-rted that No lan took his money anil produced no evidence to show that he did." Nolan is in Albuquerque -at this time-. Citizen. Then le-t Mr. Williams bring his back to 1-as Vegas, as he would do if the man were wanted for steal ing money from the Santa Fe, aael see how he would fare. It Is exceed ingly unjfortunatee for the innex-enl Mr. Nolan that he was "called in" tinil le ft teiws Just as a charge had be-e-u inaele agaiust him for theft. DO THEY WANT NOLAN AT LAS VEGAS Shown tho above story cllped from The Laa Vegas Optic of Saturday, Mr. Williams de'eiare-d this meirnlng: "I huve no authority tee arrest Nei lan. If tho Ijis Vegas autheiritie-s want thi! iiK'n arreste-d ainl notify me that they nave a warrant for him. 1 will see that he returns there- tei face the- charge. "So far as I can 8ee or have be -e n able- to le-arn, the native, Sanchez, ae--cue-d hi m of t-iklng the money. If the re has be en any warant issued l'r N'olun it has not bee-n ceimmunicated to me. "If tlie-y want Nedan at Las Ve-gas 1. i tin-in issue u warrant for him ami I will elii my duty, but it would be folly for mo to take- the man l:ik ttu-ie wholly upon the slrte-iiie-nt of the native which, so far us I know, is mi -u;iporle d."