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. . -í. TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR ALBUQUERQUE, -NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1905. y- no., a Itntli iiiiiir P criwp V'-Ma iVlToo . YeaY fKIWC 3 UiAI3 MOMNING JTOUEN EBQUE GHMQES OF FRAUD AFTERMATH OF MOST ( SENSATIONAL ELECTION Claims and Counter, Claims of Ballot Box Stealing Illegal Voting and Rank Corruption Fly Thick and Fast. JEROME TAKES UP HEARST FIGHT HERRICK IS BEATEN BY 40,000 LOUISVILLE FUSIONISTS CONTEST LOUIS OF BATTENBERG'S FLEET OF ARMORED CRUISERS WHICH ARRIVES AT NEW YORK WITH ROYAL COMMANDER TODAY CHILDREN MURDERED IN MOSCOW While Butchers Massacre Students With Axes. i" y-- , 4 Washington, Xov. 8. The election of .lolm M. PiUtisnii, democrat, as governor of Olilo !) approximately 40,000 plurality over Myron T. Iler rlelt, tlie present republican governor; a democratic working majority In lioth houses of the Ohio legislature; an Im mediate optical or YV. It. Hearst, miinl ripnl ownership candidate for the New York mayoralty, to the supreme court to content McliellHii'x election In that city oil the basis of alleged evidence of wholesale Illegal acts at,', the polls; a pluralllv oí 3.485 votes fcr McClellnn: and Mil Immediate content by the fy stonlsts in 1iiIhII(' in the courts against the election of democratic mu ; nlclpnl officer and ' members of tin legislature, were, the developments In today's election 'aftermath. , McCiellan's, plurality is the mini mum on record for a successful may oralty cundidate In New York. Mr. Hearst's managers claim evidence of illegal acts Bgains' 1.000 Inspectors tit election and that 30,000 of his adherents- were turned back from the polla because their names already had been voted. District Attorney Jerome has announced that he will Immediately make a searching Investigation of the alleged wholesale fraud, and has or dered the returns from tne Eighteenth and (sixth assembly districts to be carefully guarded. These are the home districts Of Tammany leader Mur,ihy and Timothy Sullivan. Fiisionlsls Allege Fraud. In .Louisville the fusion party man ager claim a njyn-eleetlon in fourteen precincts because of the disappearance of election paraphernalia; that demo cratic workers confiscated the ballot boxen in fourteen other precincts and allowed the falsification of returns and allege activity of thugs and repeater?. All through Ohio helated returns fhowed republican losies.nnd the re- publican eoneeue tnai raiumm plurality reaches twenty-five thou sand. Democrats claim that Paul son's plurality approximates 55.000. which would elect the entire demo cratic ticket. The republicans concede the democrats between two and live majority lit the next senate and ten t.i tuteen in the house, while the demo cratic claim Is a majority of live In the senate and twenty-seven n the house ',' tiigantlc 1'hlladclphla t'plieuval. TheCltv putty (Iteforrn) plurality in Philadelphia Is 43.333 for sheriff, and the fuslonlst candidate for state Treasurer, Berry, carried the city hv over 36.000 plurality. The upheaval wa "the greatest in Pennsylvania In many years. In Massachusetts democratic threats are made for a recount of the vote for lieutenant governor. The republicans scored 23.118 plurality for Guild for governor, though Draper for lieuten ant governor got less than 2,000 plu rality. The democrats gained three i.'nators and one representative in the legislature. Every candidate of the Union Labor party In San Francisco was elected by a substantial majority. In Salt Lake the anti-Mormon vic tory Is made complete by the election nf the entire American party city ticket. .. , , , ,., The Kentucky legislature which will elect a sucuessur to Senator Blackburn apparently will Include 31 democrats, five republicans and two doubtful in the senate and 79 democrats. 14 re publicans and seven doubtful In the house. The democrats elected a may or in I,oulsllte by about 2.SO0. Nebraska' wis swept by the republi cans. The returns from other states and cities show notable changes. President Roosevelt and members of the cabinet .received the latest returns from the various states and cities from different sources during the day and tonight, and showed a keen Interest in the results. Some surprise was evinced here at the political revolution in Pennsylvania and Ohio and at th close margin of the mayoralty vote in New York. PIIIUXDIXPHIA S 'CLliAXIiST l.LKCTION FOU YFAIIS Philadelphia. Pa., Nov. 8. There was a great demonstration at the may or' office today by the victorious City Tarty leader and others. Scores of leaders and hundreds of workers of the reform organisation who had as sembled t Citv Party headquarters to offer congratulations to the success ful candidates formed In line and. headed by two brass bands, marched through the streets to the city hall In the line were some of Philadelphia's best known citizens. liach tarried a flag, and the enthusiasm was so great that hundrtls of persons on tho streets caught the spirit and Joined the marchers. The men marched In Mayor Weaver's large reception room n,i rhpered him. while bands played patriotic airs. Mayor Weaver wan lifted on a table and made a stirring speech, in which he paid a warm trib ute to the police for their loyalty M duty. He give the people credit for the victory, and said It was the clean est; election held In Philadelphia In many years. Managers of the reform movement Intend to at once begin the campaign for trc? February election. A staff of attorneys employed by the reform leaders Is at work preparing to bring about 200 prosecutions for offenses against the ballot laws. ma you nooiavAÍTiiii HAS A KAlii FLlItALITY Indianapolis, Ind.. Nov. 8. Upturns of h city election In Indianapolis of ficially compiled today give Charles A. Itnok waller, republican candidate for mayor, a plurality of l.fiit over his dumocrutle opponent, Mayor John W. Holtzman. The other republican can didates are elected by smaller plurali ties and the republicans will again have a majority in the city council. PATTISON'S I'M HAI.ITV KSTIMATK AT 31,000 . Cincinnati, ()., Nov. 8. The Times Star has prepared a careful tabulation of the vote of all counties in the tute based on the best estimates obtainable which shows a plurality for Pattison of 31.728. IiOl'lSVIIiIK ri SIOMSTS AI.rFtiK. KAXK ITIAI I IOuisville, Nov. X The managers nf the Fusion party met this afternoon and announced thai they had decided to contest in the courts the election of the democratic ticket for municipal offices and members of the legislature. It is alleged that In fourteen precincts no election was heldat all, owing to the disappearance of the election booths, books, etc., and that in fourteen ad ditional precincts the ballot boxes were confiscated by democrats work ers before the returns were certified to, thus allowing the result to be falsified, and finally that in a large number of other precincts gangs of armed thugs and repeaters' a'betled In some In stances by the police, cast, many fraudulent ballots, besides preventing lawful voters from voting. IIF.rtlUCK JU'XS AWAY BICIIIM) HIS TICKKr Columbus, O., Nov. 8. That John M. Pattison has been elected governor for the next three years by a plurality running well above 40.0110 is settled tonight, as also Is the democratic, working majority In both houses of the legislature, but there Is still some uncertainty as to the remainder of the state ticket. The earlier returns were apparently from sections favorable to tho governor, for he held a lead over the rest of his ticket until today, when fuller returns from the country dis tricts cut Into bis vote severely, and by the middle of the afternoon h seemed to be over forty thousand votes behind his ticket. If that differ ence stands, the victory of these other officers will depend on the size of Pat tison's plurality, with the chances in favor of the choice of the entire dem ocratic list. Chairman Gather tonight figured pluralities for Pattison that, aggregat ed close to 55,000, in whicn event inu entire democratic ticket was safe. The widespread scratching of tick ets caused such delay In the countlnR that thirty hours after the close of the polls there was still uncertainty, not withstanding the overwhelming nature of the democratic victory. Partridge Ihidly Snowed. San Francisco. Nov. 8. The follow ing is the complete vote for mayor: Schmitz, union labor, 40,1 1. Partridge, fusion. 28.68". -l iter's Plurality 5.000. Providence. H. I.. Nov. 7. Ileturni from 149 out of 156 districts in the state give I'tter. republican, for gover nor, an estimated plurality of ubottt i.,000. s New Jersey Results. Trenton. N. J.. Nov. 8. Ketums In dicate the republicans elected the en the twelve assemblymen. Uy reason of this the democrats will not have more than three members of the as sembly. liarrv Worsts Plummrr. Philadelphia. Pa., Nov. 8. Com plete returns from every ward give the City Party 148,679 and republican candidates 105,346. Berry, fusion can didate for state treasurer, carried th'i city over Pluinmer. republican, by 36,037. Ills plurality In the state is estimated at about 100.000. The re publlcuns carried the rest of the state ónices, but this is the first time In twenty-live years thut they have lort the state treasurer. WANTED TO WHIP THE DENTAL BOARD YOl'XO MAX KKFl'SKl) A I.ICKXSK A'lTAt'KKI) OU. U)UI IX UVS YIXÍAS. P. C. Labbe. who was refused a 11"- cense to practice dentistry in the ter ritory, made an attack upon Dr. Loril of Santa Fe, a member of the board, on the street In Las Vegas yesterday. Labbe struck the doctor In the fac, though but little Injury was Inflicted. .Members of the dental board whic h met In I .a Vegas Monday say they saw Labbe making use of a crib while taking his examination, says the I,as Vegas Optic. The young man left the room and a member of the board went to his de.-k and found a pony there. The book was confiscated and th board declined to Issue a license. Yes terday morning Labbe applied to a member of the board for his book and claimed that he had made no use of 1? at tho exunlnation. The book was re turned to him and the board agreed to allow the young man to practice until the next examination, and then t come up for re-examination. Ilaltle Between Whales. Santa Barbara, Cal.. Nov. 8. --The bodies of over twenty dead, wha.-s, known as "Killers," are floating In th channel off Santa Crux Isl.md, M0 miVs from this city. They measure from 20 to 40 feet In length and bear evi dence of a fierce battle between Iho monsters. This warfare has been go ing on between two varieties of wh ile and swordtlsh for several weeks In the ocean near the Channel Islands, and It Is probable that In the extermination nf so many of this variety of whales n signal victory has been won by some of the leviathlan. : v . I- .... --y.-w'"'-"'t- , .-. Z:?-H?T$.ix' v .Mfc, .. , .... P" -: ... i ' .... ' ; - i ',.Ji s A ' i-, ft- . . ., ' -Xi" " : t L ; . :; ... J'V TV. ' JL 5ECOW 3ZITISH C(SE JQOADBCtf üi COMM.4ND OF HSS.PRIHCE LOWS QFBATTENME6. JíALIFAX ffJiS CQ&VKALL . ENS DRAKE (FLAGJUIP). MK 3 SfXWICK. UKS.ESSZX.,HX3 CUFÍ3EUAW. RMJ EDFWJ HEARST PREPARES TO MAKE BITTER FIGHT FOR NEW YORK MAYORALTY Declares That He Was Votes in Murphy's and Sullivan's Districts and Will Appeal to the Supreme Court. Xew York, Xov. 8. That a hitter light will be waged In the courts to decide whether (icorge II. Mci lcllan or W illiam liinulolpli Hears Is to he nuiyor of Xew York for the nest four yearn Is now assured. Complete re turns give Met lelhui a plurality of 81.1 votes, the smallest ever recorded for a Micce-sl'iil mayoralty candidate, mid a result which might readily he revcrised by a recount of the ballot. Mr. Hearst totluy annoum-cd his In tention to take an Immediate iipncul to the supremo court, his managers hav ing declared that they had secured ev idence of illegal act against ,nno in spector of election mid that 30,000 Ilfiirxt men who wont to the imlls to vote for Mr. Hearst lind found that their names had already been voted. Most Of This fraudulent voting Is said to have been done in the east side assembly districts, especially in the Eighteenth, Charles F. Murphy's home district, and in the Sixth, of which Timothy D. Sullivan is leader. Mr. Hearst's proposed action met with warm aprovul In many quarters, even among those who opposed his election, and he received many assur ances of support. District Áttormy Jerome expressed himself in terms of strong approval of Mr. Hearst's pro gram, and declared that he would Im mediately Institute a searching Inves tigation of the alleged democratic frauds. He also ordered 'the returns frpnt the Büghteenth and Sixth dis tricts carefully guarded. Ira V. Darrin, the newly elected dis trict attorney of Queens comity on the republican ticket made a similar state, ment. William L. Ivins, the defeated repub lican candidate for mayor, also com mended Mr. Hearst's action and ex pressed the belief that a recount would Fhow that Mr. Hearst hud been elect ad. Tammany's Stntcment. After a secret session of the execu tive committee of Tammany hall held this afternoon the following statement was Issued: "The executive committee of the democratic organization pmtes.s a Kill list the outrageous published threilt of the rlcfenleil ,n ml I o itf the' Municipal Ownership league to over throw the will of the-people ai ex pressed by the vote cast on election day. und directs It law committee ,o exert Us best efforts and take such steps and Institute such proceedings as will iufeguard the election of lleorscu U. McClellan as mayor of New York. "We also call on the commissioner of police and custodian of the ballots to preservetbe same Intact from all In terference from any unauthorized source." Some of the leaders after the confer, tnce expressed tho opinion thift the re turns snowed censure of Mr. Murphv's leadership and that he should, as n r suit, step down and out and make room for a man against whom nothing could tie charged. They thought that It was time for fleorxe It. McClellan to assume the leadership himself. , HFAIIST KAYS UK U II.I, SI'.XI I TAMMANY MKX TO HI.MJ NIXfi N'ew York. Nov. S. A campaign to defeat Tammany ball In the supreme court and to declare William R. Hearst the rlghifully elected mayor of N'ew York yesterday In place of Ceo. It. McClellan was inailguratttl at a crowded meeting of the Municipal flwneeshin league leaders today. At Its close Mr. Hearst said: "We nre going to Huh! today, tomor. row. next month" and next year to make It possible for a man to cast tin honest vole ami to prevent in the fu ture conditions being as disgraceful as thev were yesterday, especially In Hlllvn silt Murphy's disiricM. and we will invoke every legal means to i have every ballot honestly counted. We are receiving voluntary offers of money from business men to aid us In this Hpneal." Mr. Hearst's lieutenants then an nounced that with the evidence that tn.nnO Heirst men were defrsut'ed of their rights to vote yesterday, and that one thoe'Tirl election Inspectors ere giulty of Illegal acts, the contest would be carried Immediately over the he'ids of the board of county canvassers Into the siif-eme court. Thev snld the eh. Ject of this plan was to secure, a speedy and final answer, and that money was not to be spared In engaging speclnl counsel in all pnm of the T'nlted States to make this olan succeed. The leaders said that In less than 24 hours lifter the polls closed the Muni cipal Ownership league had secured Defrauded Out of 30,000 over l.fiOO affidavits charging Illegal acts against about l.ono election in spectors. These affidavits stale that the Inspectors, in question were Tam many men. Mr. Hearst himself said i that within a year 'a chain of these men" would be sent to Sing Sing. I was also stated that in the east side assembly districts. Including the Eigh teenth, Charles K Murphy's home dis trict, affidavits had been secured to show that at least 30.no votes were il- ...... .,.,.,..., .... ,,,, ... voters who went to the polls to vote nir:i " Mr vum,',i ti - ni i M a. .. ... . ..f tor Mr. Hearst anil the Municipal Ownership league ticket, but who. when they arrived found their names voted upon already. lti'iiiai' or I'xrccrioxs to , i:XA.IIXK KVKHY HOX New York. Nov.! 8.--C0I. Alexainh-r Bacon and V. Tt. Brown of counsel for William Randolph Hearst and .tiie Municipal Ownership league, called -J I police headquarters late tonight and servM an order from Justice Oavnor on Captain Cruise, In charge of head quarters at night. The order was ac tually for Commissioner McAdon and the captain was served as his representa-Uve, He immediately telephoned the order to Mr. McAdoo. . The order of the court directed that Commis sioner McAdoo liave every ballot box in the city of New York sent to the bureau of elections. NEW YORKTiFE MUST Ql'ITJN MISSOURI STATK M-'KUIXTi:XIi:X T OF IX- sntAXtr. v a v ii i:u 1 citii s O IT Ills II III FAT Jefferson City. Mo.. Xov. 8. Y. 1. ,'nn Diver, state superintendent of In surance tonight, suspended the ceil III cnie of authority of the Xew York Life Insurance company to do business i; this stale. ' , ANOTHER INSURANCE PRESIDENT IN TROUBLE HKAH OF XOItJ'IIWKSTKHX OF MIX XF.SOTA AKKI -STI ',1 I 'OI! .H.I LAItCF.XY. Los Angeles, Cal., Nov. 8 Dr. Jacob F. Force, vice president of the North western Life Insurance company of Minnesota, was arrested h"re today by Detective Jones of the local delectiv department, lie was arraigned before Justice of the Peace Young who or dered his release on JTi.OOO ball, which was provided. The charge is grand larceny and is made in Hennepin county. Minn. Dr. Force is a retired physician and has been residing in Lob Angeles for some time past. lie claims that he resigned as an officer of the insurance company a year ago. L. H. (;it AH ami: ciioskx. Will lie Coininlssioi.cr of the Interior for I "orlo Itlco. Washington, Nov. 8. Announce ment was made at the White IlotiS' today of the appointment of Lawrepc II. (írahame of N'ew York city to he commissioner of the Interior for Forto Hien, vice John S. Klllott. resigned. Mr. Crnhame was formerly a news paper man, being corespondent el Al bany. N. Y., for the New York liven ing Post, and bites nf the New York Commercial Advertiser. He was th; secretary of the government commis sion for the Louisiana purchase expo sition. Kctcit Millions From Yukon, Ottawa, Out., Nov. . The govern ment has received royalty on over seven million dollars' worth of gold produced In the Yukon this year The Klondike's gold production to October t 9 was $7,0xfi,0(l The per capita out put of the ramp for the ten months of 1905 is about $ I . T. 0 0 . No other camp In the wisrld produces such u per co pi hi. The gold output here Is figured at $15 per ounce, while on the Ameri can side It Is 116 per ounce. The royalty Is two and 11 half per cent. There may have been several more millions recovered from i he mines which was used In the ordinary business of the country. No export tax' will be paid till Ihe gold leaves the country, so that the additional output has not yet figured In the schedule. - ' MIGHTY FLEET OF BATTLESHIPS Most Formidable Ever As sembled Off Manhattan. SIX STRINIOL'S DAYS OF FUNCTIONS FOR LOUIS New York. Nov. 8. --Hear Admira! Trince Louis of ISuttcuhi-rg with his sqU'idi'ou of six armored cruisers is expeiled to arrive from Annapolis early tomorrow Morning, coming tj !.iclior probably about X o'clock. Awaiting his arrival eight battle ships and four cruisers of the Ninth Atlantic fleet lie at unchor in the North river, stretching In single col- . . . . . . , iniui m midstream Horn ' U'jtii street. 7!Hh street to The column Is headed down stream with the llagship Maim? off TUth street and the Missouri, Kentucky, Keui -sirge. of the tlrst division, Alabanvt. Ilagship of the second division, Illin ois, Iowa and Massachusetts and th- armored cruisers West Virginia, tin. !hlp of the fourth division, Maryland Colorado and ..reunsylrunin Stretch ;lng In., single column up stream at a i distance of about 4fl0 yards apart. I These twelve mighty ships, under command of Itear Admiral Kvans, I constitute the most formidable Amer ican licet ever assembled off Man i 1 1 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 island. j Unr Admiral Mvans, commander in (chief of the North Atlantic fleet, Hear : a ,1 ... 1.... 1 , . . . 1 -a is, I'ommauiimg tne sec ond division of battleships, and Hear AdnrVul Hrownson, commanding the armored cruiser division, will repair aboard the flagship Drake soon after she arrives, later to felicitate the British admiral-prince upon the occa sion of the king's birthday. livery day of the prince's six-day visit in New York Is tilled with elab orate entertainments. NEW CABlTrERRY ACROSS THE COLORADO ft WIHF ItOl!.'1 .Mill l l.-l.T love' tO Mi "SKI I" linii l l.-i v I MILKS H)X THAU,. . i A new crossing at the Colorado riv er will be in operation before the first of the year. The crossing will be by way of the lirlght Angel trail fi Ihe Colorado river, theme up MiiKitt An gel creek to the north side, of tile Crand Canyon. The river will be crossed by cable ferry, the length of the cable being Ave hundred feet. This route can only be traversed by parties on foot or horseback and will be a convenience for those de siring to reach Fredonla by a shorter distance than by the present way! via Lee's ferry. The Conmino Sun savs that the scheme Is being promoted hv Ft.ih parties, with James F.mmett. of Lee s ferry. In charge of the construction of the trail from the north rim of the canyon down Height Angel creek tn Ihe liver. The big cable will be brought down the trail from. the north side of the canyon to the river und will have to be run around and "snaked down the trail a distune of eighteen miles, which Is a most difll cult piece of work. The promoters have hopes that till crossing-of the canyon and liver will become a popular route for those who have business either way, and that on account of Its rugged scenery. It lna; become a popular side trip' for 'visi tors to the (Irani! Canyon. Toriti D woiu d)x mcyci.i:. (crinan Travels 1 1. (ion Miles ami l -cs Six Machines. Berlin. Xov. 8. Marx Schiffler I'i returned after lousing round the world ly bicycle. He s.arted In 1K9S and cycle. 1 through Ocrmany, Holland, lingland, Scotland, Ireland, the Foiled Stales, J11 pun. eastern provinces of China, Atistmlla, India, 1'ersla. Asia Minor. Ihe Halkan states and Austria home ward. The distance traveled was 44.0(b1 Knglish miles during which Schiffler used up six bicycles. One of these was presented to him In India by Ixu:l Cant-in. Schiffler, who took photograph, says h will start on a eecond lour In February, covering Denmark, Scandi navia, lingland. ' the southern Ameri can countries. Manchuria. Siberia uni Hussia, homeward. He expects t'l ro turg to Berlin in 1912. Cowboys right ItalliiiMilcrs. Taeosa, Tex., Nov. 8. A report h.t reached here that In a light between cowboys and railroad employes at Dal. hart four men were killed. The muse of the trouble Is not known ! 1 Fmf LEFT 70 Jt 'GUT ASF A INQUISITION OF MR. HUGHES AGAIN IN FULL SWING liegeman of the Metropoli tan Has the Floor. INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE IS MOST EXPENSIVE SOLD New York, Nov. S. In Ihe testi mony of John H. liegeman, president of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., befoie the insurance investigat ing committee, upon resumption of the Insurance Inquiry today, it was brought out that Industrial .Insurance was considerably more expensive than other forms of life insurance and Mr. liegeman, after classing industrial in surance as retail and the ordinary lifa as wholesale, Illustrated the fact by an example in which for a staled ago it was shown that for a 11.000 policy of ordinary life the Metropolitan charged llfi.55 annually, while for $!S4. the nea.rest anuiUuL for the stalp oil a;te under the industrial plan, $31 20 was charged. Mr. liegeman was on the stand tin greater part of the afternoon and his testimony was along the line of the amount of the companies' Increase in business, At the morning session Iiinory Mo Clintock, actuary of (he Mutual Life Insurance Co., who had been examin ed in part at the previous sessions, was lulled and continued his testimony on technical insurance. MINES IN CBÑASEA MENACEJAVIGATION M:iiHL ioki:h; VFSSF.I.s IX)ST FIMMI CONTACT I I'll KXI'MISIX .s. Victoria, It. J., Nov. 8. The officers of the steamer Pleiades which arrived today from New Chwang and Tien Tsin. report that floating mines are now a menace In the China sea, and several vessels have been lost to dato us the result of them. The Hsleho was sunk the day before the Pleiades passed the mine. This steamer struck a mine when off tin; Shan Tung coast near Wel-Hui-Fel. There were two foreign passengers and 'both were among the survivors of the 110 persq;is who were on board. Fifteen were drowned. . It LAM liS M ISSIOX AIM IX King l'dHild's Congo l"rce Stale Com mission llcports. Brussels, Nov. 8. King Leopold's commission of Inquiry Into the C ing-i i Fice State scandals made Its r-'port ! today, ' The commission llnds many i f 1 the charges well founded, and pro- ! posoM an Increase In the number ( f magistrates in order to prevent Ihe 111 tlvcs from being forced to ojipe'l 1,1 missionaries as regards differences that may arise. The Impartiality of the nissloiiarles, the commission con siders, Is often doubtful. 1'OBIIADIi CAXXOX I'lIUXfi. Benson for Mussucrc Perpetrators pi Be I'unlshe.l. Washington. Nov. 8. Mr. Bockhlll. Vnited States minister at I'eklu. tele graphs the stale department today that he has been informed by the foreign office of the attack on the Presbyterian mission station ut Lien chow, In which live missionaries were klled. Tho emperor Immediately Is sued an edict ordering the viceroy of Canton to Indict exemplary punish ment upon the perpetrators ud all guilty officials, directing compensation to he made and adequate protection to be afforded for all missions. Mr. Bockhlll Is informed that the ntt u k resulted from the refusal of the missionaries to permit the firing of cannon by the village people during a festival. Grand Jury Illegal. Beaver City, O. T., Nov. 8. Judge r.meoast discharged the grand and petit Juries here yesterday because of Illegality, under the decision of Judg Philips of the circuit court of appeals, The cases of Mrs. KiUe Gardner, charg ed with the murder of her husband with on nx, at (Juymi.ii; William ileg nler. Indicted for, Ihe murder of a neighbor, apd J. W. Kemp, indicted for murdering , J. Perkins, near lloyd, go over until next term. REVOLUTIONARY WAVE IS HOWtVER SUBSIDING Military in Tomsk Stand by While Meo Women and Children Burn in Theater. St. Petersburg, Nov. 8. The revolu tionary wave continues to sulislde ex cept In (he Caucasus. As details of what happened throughout F.uropean Bussia during I the upheaval arrive the stories grow j more revolting. I In the Baltic provinces revolt and I incendiarism prevailed. 4 I In Poland even the clergy. Catholic 1 and Protestant, participated In the : manifestations In favor of the au ! tonomy of the ancient kingdom. ! In southwestern Russia hardly a 'city or town escaped Jewish masan j eres. j At Tomsk, Siberia, acordlng to the latest reports received here, the whole lopulai ion of 40.000 and the military stood by while six hundred men, worn J en und children were burned In a I theater. The court house ut Tomsk and the in Ivor's residence where the ! students ami revolutionists took refuge from the mob. was burned and those I who tried to tlee were killed In the I streets. ., In Moscow the social revolutionists and the Itlack Hundred and the Cos sacks and police fought bloody blit : lies. i The descent of the butchers of Mos. 4 j cow with (heir knives and axes upon the students was one of the most hor rible chapters, but not as pitiful. however, ns the attack of the Black I Hundred on a procession of school j children carrying red flags. When the I children sought to escape the police ! burred the way und the youthful mar jtyrs were beaien Into Insensibility and , In some cases wertj actually torn to ' pieces. " . I In the Alexander Gurden'" In Mos j cow Cossacks lay in ambush In th.l j shrubbery and set Upon their victims ! with whl'is. I Many were beaten to death and j others were hardly able to crawl 1 a way. 1 The reports from (he Caucasus show ' (here Is no Immediate prospect of sup i pressing the present state of unarchy. Battles between Tartars and Armen I Inns continue and the destruction of 1 the railroads and 'the le.ck of troops ! make It Impossible for the authorities j to tope with the situation. Typhoon In Tokio. Tokio, Nov. 8. A typhoon, which took place yesterday, wrought exten- i slve devastation in the province of Os ibima and the Islands adjacent thereto. over two thousand buildings were de stroyed und the steamer. It is said, was wrecked. No loss of life Is reported. Trouble in Sao Domingo. Washington. Nov. 8. A revolution nry movement has developed In San Domingo ond an uprising is threaten ill. News to this effect reached tho government here and the proper etep are being taken by the navy depart ment at Ihe Instance of the state de partment to maintain peace. Chronicle's Losh 9150.000. T.i I ...... x- d r, I r,illl ri.UH inni. V-ill., uv. B. 1 nf ! tower was destroyed mid Ihe upper Moors nf the Chronicle building gutted by a lire last night, su posed to 'have been caused by fire works used In celebrating the election. The loss Is estimated at ll.'iO.OOO. The reference library, considered the finest In Amor leu, was saved. No one was hurt, drainagebasTn FOR CARRIZOZO FIATS i oiuvr sFitvicK. oinciAi, nr.- TliltMIMXti I I'.ASIIHLITY OF itFMiitvom M'iirar. Within the past two weeks an in spector of th dialnage basin of the Carrlxnao Mats, and H.'Juciit coun try, was made by Mr. Fred G. Plum liter, of the forest servlc;, nkii was In Albuquerque icenlly r.n his way south. The examination was made with the view of detrmlnlu Ihe feiislbt'hy nf connriicitiu reservón for the storage of flood water fur the reclamation of sgrb ultunil land In the vicinity of White Oaks, Xugtl and Curri.ozo. Mr. Plummer Is alleged to Imvs stated that the scheme Is entirely fecs Ible and that Ihe federal government would in all probability take he mut ter up. The Capitán News savs: This Is a matter of gre:it Importance (o the people of this section In particular abd generally to every resident nf Un coin county. The soil and climate of this part of our territory Is unsur passed for agriculture and horticul ture, but the lick of water In suffi cient quantities for Irrigation nas been an obstacle In Its development before Its Inclusion In the Lincoln forest reserve. About a month ago a press dl dlspntch was circulated from Wash ington to Ihe effect that il large tract of land had been eliminated from llv Lincoln forest reserve along the north and west boundaries, hut this report Is probably premature, as no official announcement of that kind has been made public. ' ' Must Irorve Oloiila! Trade, Ixindnn, Nov. 8. In the course of a speech lo his constituents at We Illrmlnghsm today Mr, Chamberlain pointed out thru in 10 the foreign' exported to tho Drltlsh colonies 19, t '