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ALBÜQUEMQÜE MOEMING JOUENi
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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1905.
St. Petersburg Is Spared a
BRITISH ADMIRAL PRINCE NOW RECEIVING
MAGNIFICENT OVATION FROM AMERICANS
Throws Classic Boston Into
POLICE DISCOVER HOTBED
OF ILLEGAL PRACTITIONERS
'HATRED MAKES MEN WILD
BEASTS" SAYS ENCYCLICAL
Count Wilte Enlists Aid of Church in
Effort to Pacify Country-Solemn
Warning To Be Read in
St. Petersburg, Nov. 11. The
groundless nacure of the alarmist re
ports that a St. Bartholomew maMui
ere would take place Inst night wiu
demonstrated when the hours pawed
without the slightest development of
Prince Lnvoff. the Moscow Zcmsivo
1st and one of the leaders of the con
stitutional democrats, has issued a re
a wiring announcement declaring that
the rumors of organized "Black Hun
dreds" were almost entirely mytho.
In an effort to pacify the country
and end the fratricidal strife, Count
Witte has enlisted the aid of the
church, and the Holy Synod, which is
now under direction of Prince Alexis
Obolensky, has Issued an encyclical
which will be read In all churches of
the empire In place of the usual Sun-
day sermon. It reminds Russians that
wrath and hatred often change the na-
ture of men and make them like wild
beasts, forget the laws of humanity
and commit crimes causing eternal re
MILITARY COri HAS
BKKX DIXIDKD ON
London, Nov. 1 1. The St. Peters
burg correspondent of the Daily Mail
says that a military coup has been de
cided upon. The officers of several
well known regiments have definitely
signified their adherence to the consti
tutionalists' movement. The people's
next ultimatum to the autocracy will
find the bulk of the army at leat pas.
sive. Moce officers of the guards were
arrested today for conspiracy against
the tjtocraty. The disaffection in the
Black Sea and Baltic fleets is spread
ing alarmingly. The officers almost
' ; openly -declare asaiust the present re
gime. ThA necessity for eventually to
tally disbanding the navy is feared.
The magaxlnes of the ships have been
emptied, as u measure of precaution.
The army's recent stability has been
officially attributed to Its loyalty to
the czar, The newspaper Syn Otcl
chestva proves that the officers and
' mtm In St. Petersburg have been
squared by increased pay, ranging
from 100 to 3.000 per cent.
The Kusso-Jewish committee-,' which
administered the funds collected for
the relief of the victima of the mas
sacres In 1882 and 1891. had appealed
for funds to assist the sufferers by
the ' present outrages. It announces
the receipt of American contributions
Including $50,000 from Jacob H. Schlff
of New York. The Kothschildá have j
also given $60,000.
The St. Petersburg correspondent of
the Dally Telegraph asserts that
Count Witte has been compelled to!
abandon his efforts to form a cabinet
composed solely of Liberals and Re
formists, and to fall back on exper
ienced officials, whose, first duty will
lie to extinguish the revolutionary con.
It. ignition by cashiering all those offi
cers who by connivance or otherwise
are responsible .for the recent outrages
Trial of Put Crowe Set.
Omaha, Nov. H--;-Thu trial of Pal
Crowe has been set for Monday. De
cember, 4lh. He. will be first tried 04
the charge of shooting with Intent to
kill Officer Jackson, who attempted to
arrest a mmi on South Sixteenth
street, alleged to have been Crowe.
THE COXSILAR SERVICE.
Conference Willi Secretary Hoot Over
, Plans for Improvement.
Washington,' Nov. 11. Mr. K. Allen
Froat. the general counsel, and Mr.
Austin A. Hurnham. the general sec
retary, of the National Business
League of Chicago, have had an ex
tended conference with Secretary Hoot
during which plans for the permanent
Improvement of the consular service
were discussed. The interview was in
every way satisfactory. Mr. Hoot ex
pressed himself as in perfect accord
V with the efforts of the leagilo to secure
llie reorganization of the service along
the lines of the proposed bill announc
ed by the league some tlne ago. In
' Hudlng the payment of all consular
fees Into the treasury and the substi
tution of salarle as compensation for
consuls, rtnrslflcnilon of consuls, con
ru.1 ar agent and clerk, with promo
tion based on proven efTlelehcy requlr.
In of them knowledge of French.
Oerman, Spanish or Chinese language
luid comprehensive knowledge of the
resources of the United States, and the
elimination of politics.
Back From l ever City.
'.Tort Stanton, N. M.. Nov. It. -Past
Assistant Surgeon Joseph H. flreene
and Assistant Surgeon H. H. Klbeii.
who have been engaged with the ma
rine hospital service In the suppres
sion of th yellow fever epidemic In
New Orleans, have returned to duty
here, their services being no longer
required at New Orleans.
Mixed lit llold-lp.
' Seattle. Nov. It. Peter McBrldo, a
bridge carpenter living nt Balla-rd
formerly a foreman In the Ureal
Northern tunnel construction here and
111 experienced powder man. was ar
rested last night by the Hallard po
lice and railroad detectives on suspi
cion of complicity In the C.reat North
em hold-up north of Italian! on Octo
ber ?. Indiscreet rem irks by Me
brlde led to his arrest.' He Is charged
with having stated that he could ló
ente, the man who committed the
,.rimi If promised a share of the re
gard and Immunity from punishment.
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MORE SENSATIONS COMING
irney John Marrón for
Is All Cleared Up and Criminal Proceedings
Will Be Brourfít at Once.
rittslMirs, IM., Nov. II,
tlolm Manon, icpcecnii
I'osltois of the dclMiicl I
.National bank of Mlelí iiv
(lay that criminal actloi
111 naliist certain peolil
uitli the bank's failure
tj-two hours. He said
the scorning mystery
- n tul i nr the
faihu-e had lxcii Icarcd up ami that
II would be only a short time until
the public was given the facts.
MARRON REI' I SI'.S TO
VOl t 'USA EE ANY DETAILS
Pittsburg, Pa., Nov. 11. Aakeu
for particulars regarding the sen-
MUST OBEY TI!E LAW
NO RIOHT TO TOTE iil'NS ECEIT
WHEN IN At'lTAL PI RN! IT OC
l(.i:i:(H S CRIMINALS.
Sheriff Perfecto Arinijo has ex
pressed himself as entirely opposed to
the practice made by certain depu.y
sheriffs of 'carrying concealed weap
ons. The sheriff says that he has giv
en no deputy permission to cany 1
"gun" at all times, and that he will
not do so. It. view of this statement
the deputy Johnson, who has appe iU-.l
from the decision of Judge Crawford
fining him $50, to the disirh 1 coin:,
is likely to avail him nothing.'
Johnson, it appears, was appointed
a deputy sheriff 011 request of Joe l!,i
daracco and others on North Third
street, and made his headquarters in
Itadaraceo's saloon. He wilted to .f
considerable extent following Judge
Crawford's decision, and when his
"gun" ' was retín lied to him yesterda.N
by Chief McMlllin, he promised to
take it home and leave It there.
The law does not look with any fa
vor on the practice of carrying con
cealed weapons by deputy sheriffs, or
anyone else, and the deputies are al
lowed to cany them only when a's
lutely necessary for the preservation
of peace or the pursuit of dangerous
The paragraph In the statutes regu
lating this matter is as follows:
"Sheriffs and 'constables of the va
rious counties, and marshals and po
lice of the various cities and towns In
this territory and their lawfully ap
pointed deputies, may carry weapons
when in the actual charge or pursuit
of a person charged with any otfeuse
against the laws of the territory In the
legal discharge of the duties of their
respective ofllces or when such carry
ing may he deemed necessary for the
public safety, but not otherwise, an I
It shall be for the court or Jury to de
cide whether such carrying or iislns
of weapons by an ofllrer was neces
sary or not, and for an linnroper car
rying or usinjr of deadly weapons by
an ofllcer, he shall be punished us oth
er persons are punished for the viola
tion of the provisions of the preceding
sections of this act."
It has been the practice in certain
rases, on the part of deputies who de
sire to carry weapons, to seek to evade
the law by carrying warruits made
out In the name of the familiar "John
Doe." This 'has been luid by the
courts to be no excuse, and a niiinber
of deputies have been titled In lh past
for carrying concealed weapons. In
spite of the presence of the John Doc
warrant. It Is a practice that Is verv
likely to be 'discouraged in Dernalllhi
Troops iM'iive for Honolulu.
San Francisco, Cal., Nov. 11. Com
panies I and K of the Tenth infantry
arrived In this city from Portland last
evening and will take the transport
snlllng on the 2 á t h Instant for Honolu
lu, where they will be stationed. Thee
two companies have been on duty at
i the Portland exposition for orne time
mid were ordered to nail for Honolulu
December '. but owing to the change
In the transport service the order was
changed to November 25.
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nvro bv .rank. .j. cwun,
Depositors Savs Mvsterv
sation wliU h he
bank crash and
its cashier, J. I,ee
intimates is to
the suicide of
Marrón, for the depositors of the In
stitution, refused to vouchsafe further
Information. He was asked if the rev-
elations would further affect Mr. An
drews, but dealined point blank to
give any names or any hint of what
new facts regarding the tragedy
would bo made, public. It is under
stood, however, that criminal pro
ceedings will be instituted against a
number of prominent Pennsylvania
politicians and others who have figur
ed prominently in the dispatches since
the failure of the bank.
NEW SCHOOL DISTRICT
IN LOS GRIEGOS PRECINCT
ÍOCXTY S I P 10 R I X T E X I) E X T
STROLI ACTS ON PETITION OE
County School Superintendent A. It.
' Slroup has approved a petition from a
I part of the people of the l.as ('.riegos
i school district for the division of the
! district. The (riegos school district
i has up to this tlmv been the same as
'the precinct, one of (be laige ones of
!lhe county and the parents of many of
(the children have complained of the
'long walk to the school. The result
I wad the petition which has been ar
I proved by the school superintendent.
I As soon as fundí are available a new
sehoo house will be built for the new
Mr. Stroup Is rapidly becoming ac
quainted with the people of the several
school districts and finds them more
than willing to co-operato with him
11 smoothing out the kinks In the
I county system. The people are tak
lliig great Interest In the schools, some-,
thing that has not been evidenced for
; years past and the result Is beginning
to show In increased attendance and
(greater interest on the part of the
I NAVE SUCCEEDS TO
ARIZONA MAX EIXALLY LAXDH IN
riAti: a ik;e .i ess en iii
Following the itecllnpllo'i of the
Judgeship In Arizona by Judge Paul
Jessen of Nebraska the president has
appointed Frederick S. Nave, of Tuc
son, to the place made vacant by the
retirement of Judge Tucker some
weeks ago. J. I I!. Alexander has
been appointed I'nited States attor
ney for Arizona. Mr. Nave has been
I'liltud Slates attorney for Arizona for
several years. lie has been a resident
cf the territory for eight years.
Washington dispatches of recent dale
also announce that the president has
('eclded to appoint Captain Frank
I'rantz to succeed Thomas V, Fergu
son ns governor of Oklahoma. Cap
1 1 in Kranis was a member of the
Rough Hhler regiment and has been
appointed successively by Ihe presi
dent as postmaster at Knld and In
dian agent for the Osage nation.
Pumping for Irrigation Studied.
Washington, Nov. II. The annual
leport of Irrigation and drain Inves
tigations of the I'nited States de
partment of agriculture, says the lead
ing line of work during Ihe year has
been the sillily of Ihe possibilities of
pumping water for Irrigation where .1
supply from streams Is not available.
The report covers the Santa Clara val.
ley of California; the New Mexico ex
perimental station, the state of Texas,
the rice districts of Louisiana and th"
slates of Colorado, Nebraska and Kan
sas. l',iiil'.lcr Caught In I10111I011,
London, Nov. 11. At the request of
the American state department. Scot
lard Yard detectives Uxlay arrested C.
K, Moller, wanted In San Kraiiclsco for
alleged embezzlement. He was found
tit u local hotel.
SALT LAKE VOTE
DEATH BLOW TO
REED SNOOTS HOPES
Believed To Be Cause of
SMOOT'S CHURCH MAY
PREFER SIRIOL'S CHARGES
Salt Lake City. I'tah. Nov. 11.
Senator Reed Smoot's political for
tunes are believed to have received a
death blow in the Salt Lake City elec
tion, which resulted in a victory for
he Oentile .: ket. The republican
ticket, supported by Smdot, is a bad
Ihird. although the republicans car
ried the city Inst fall by pluralities of
more than 3. ODD on local candidates
out of a vote of 2:1.000.
The (entile victory Is attributed
solely to Smoot's activity in the cam
paign, during which he alienated hun
dreds of Mormons and practically all
the Oentile republicans of the city,
tie also has become a party to a bit
ter quarrel with his fellow apostle,
Charles W. Penrose, and has openly
accused Penrose of prevarication. The
quarrel came as a result of the pub
lication of an official announcement
in the Desert News, the church or
gan, of which Penrose Is editor.
Last Sunday members of the Smoot
ring scattered thousands of circulars
among the Mormons in an effort to
win support for the Smoot ticket.
These circulars Involved the Mormon
Relief society, a charitable organiza
tion which had never before figured
in polities. Mormons resented the ac
tion which compromised the relief so
ciety, and made so strong a protest
that President Joseph 10. Smith of
the Mormon church Issued formal di
rections to his people to disregard
the political advice of their church
leaders. This announcement proved
a strong campaign argument for th
democrats and aroused Smoot's
wrath. He raced through the votli K
districts In an automobile, calling up
on the Mormons to rally to his sup
port, but they spurned him. It w;m
ihe first time In the history of the
Mormon church that an apostle was
openly flouted. The circular sent
hundreds of Oenliles from the re
publican party to the (entile organi
zation, while the Mormons rallied be
hind the democratic candidate to re
It Is understood that charges of un
christian conduct are to be preferred
against Smoot In his church,' based
on his language, bis attacks on Apos
tle Penrose, and the compromising
position in which he placed the
church through the Relief Society cir
culars. Prominent Mormons are open
ly rejoicing in the victory of the C.eu
t.le ticket, assuming that It means th.'
elimination of Smoot as a political
and ecclesiastical factor in the state.
Rcslgiiallon of Commander .luiigen
Washington, Nov. II. The resigna
tion of Lieutenant Commander C. W.
Jiingen of the 11 ivy has been accept
ed by the president to take effect at
nnce. Commander Jungen was ad
vanced In grade for eminent and con
spicuous conduct In ba;tle during the
war with Spain, lie had command of
the Wompaturk, cut the cable from
Manzanillo to Santa Cruz del Sur and
took an active part in the blockade
and engagement al Manzanillo, He Is
a native of Wisconsin, entered the
navy in September, 174, and has held
the" rank of lieutenant commander
since September, 1 itO I .
CmilllTe ííets Sl Years.
Pittsburg. Nov, 11. Edward O.
CnnlHTe. the Adams express robber,
was sentenced to serve six years in
the penitentiary today.
Court -Man In I for Cadet.
Washington, Nov. 11, Secretary
Itonaparle today ordered a court-martial
for the trial of Midshipman Minor
Merrlweal her, ,b of Ihe third class
at the Annapolis naval academy In
connection with the death of Midship
man Mranch, which followed a flsllc
encounter between the two naval stu
dents. Norway's New King.
Stockholm. Nov. 11. Prince
Charle of Denmark, king-elect of the
new Norwegian kingdom, will, accord
ing to Information received here,
reign under the name of Haakon VII.
The Inst Norwegian king of that name.
Haakon VI. died In 13S0. leaving Nor
way to Denmark.
Says Chentung Lian Cheng!
TALKS ON POSSIBILITIES OF jTAKFS CORPS OF ATI0RNEYS
CHINESE-AMERICAN COMMERCE; TO HANDLE MASS OF CASES
Minister Intimates That Treatment of
Chinese by Customs Officials
Was Sole Cause-More
Chicago, Nov. 11. At the banquet
of the Chicago Merchants' club tonight
Sir Chentung Liang Cheng, Chinese
minister, was the guest of honor and
delivered the principal address of the
evening. He chose for the subject fori
his speech. "Commercial íiossibilities
between the I'nited Stall's and China,"
The speaker w hile addres'-ing his hear,
ers in the most courteous manner and
frequently evoking their applause, laid
indirectly at the door of the Culled
States itself the responsibility for the
boycott recently -Inscltued in China
igainst American goods. He asserted
t'hat the numerous cases of hardship
ind unjust treatment which had been
Imposed by over-zealous American of
llclals upon Chinese of the exempt
classes had so woikeil upon the feel
ings of the Chinese nation that the re
grettable boycott bad followed. Sir
Chentung was heard with the greatest
Interest hy the large number of busi
ness men who were around the ban
quet board and his address was loudly
a nti-a mkkica x i tit i n (í
;hoyixí; morí: intknsp,
Hong Kong. Nov. 11. Advices from!
Canton s.iy that the anti-American '
feeling there is growing more Intense.!
A ladv has been spat upon in a street I
and the American consul. Julius (. 1
Lay. has received an anonymous letter
threatening his life if the Imprisoned
hoycotters of American goods are not
released. The consul has written to
the viceroy asking him to prohibit an
anti-American mass meeting which it
Is proposed to hold in Canton, but the
viceroy apparently Is Indifferent.
The American consul today pro
ceeded to Lien Chow, in order to make
an official Investigation of the recent
massacre of American missionaries
there. The Chinese authorities will be
represented by the Taotal.
MOVL.MICNT TO OVERTHROW
THK HINLSK DYNASTY
Victoria, H. C, Nov. li. Telegrams
from I'ekin to Japanese papers say
movements to overthrow the present
Chinese dynasty are developing with
Incredible rapidity. On October 10th
a portion of I'ekin was closed. F01
eigners were allowed to pass the
gates, but natives were watched close
ly. (Jreat activity of revolutionaries is
reported from several sect ions. A
Shanghai paper says a panic exists atj
Tien-tsln among native servants.!
many of whom are leaving foreign'
empioy owing to the trouble that is I
Advices from Pekín published by !
Japanese vernacular papers received '
by the empress of China, stale thatj
when the empress dowager of China j
returned hastily from her summer pal
ace, because of the bomb outrage atj
I'ekin she summoned the emperor and
asked what he knew of the outrage.!
whereupon the emperor showed mm hi
confusion. At a signal from the om-j
press a parly of guards appeared audi
led the emperor to a hall, w here he i
has since been conlilieil, no one b ivlu,l
access to hull, and food being thrust 1
in through a window. !
Ranks I'all to Obey I aw. '
New York. Nov. II. ew York,
clearing house banks hold $2. 4 S.J00
less cash than tho legal requirement;
of 25 per cent of deposits. This Is cx-
elusive of government deposits on i
which the government has decided. I
Is not necessary to hold reserve.
Counting in government deposits the
cash holdings are $J94,f!0 less than
legal reserve. '
PRINCE LOTlS VISITS
HISTINM ISIIL'I) KNM.ISIIM N
TAKKS A LOOK AT I'NCLK
SAM'S SCHOOL OP WAR.
New York. Nov. 11. Prince Louis
of Hattenherg, accompanied by many
officers of his squadron, and of Hear
Admiral Kvans' fleet, visited the mili
tary aciidemy at West Point today,
going no the Hudson In Ihe steamer
Chas. W. Morse.
Tonight the prince was the person
al guest of Colonel Robert M. Thomp
son, president of the naval ncademy
Petrel Stays Out of Commission.
Vallejo, Nov. 11. Dispatches have
reached the yard from the depaitment
at Washington stating that the gun
boat Petrel is not to be placed In com
mission. The several surveys whh'h
Were forwarded to Washington some
time ago stating that It would rost
'some 10. (100 to repair the shlo were
not looked upon favorably. The navy
depaitment had thought It expedient
to place the Princeton out of commis
sion and let the Petrel take her place,
but from Ihe latest reports the Prince
ton will be kept In commission and
only necessary work which will keep
the Petrel from deterioration will be
Sus)cnil('(l for Llghlcen Months.
San Francisco, Nov. 11. Klghteen
months' suspension of license was the
penally Imposed by I'nited States Io
'l Inspectors Itr-lle nnd Pulaer upon
Csptaln C. Randall and Third Mate
William Holme for wrecking the
sleumnhlp St. Psul near point Horda,
on the California coast, October B,
Inspectors Were Grossly lg-
norant and Incompetent.
'Batch of Evidence to Go to Gran
Jury Next Week Which Will
Make McClellan's Pros
pects Very Bad.
New York. Nov. 11. Attorney
General Mayer anounced tonight that
cases of illegal acts in the recent eteo
tion had been reported to both bis
and Superintendent Morgan's office in
such number that he had appointed
Jay S. Jones, of Broklvn, and James
S. Lehmalre, of New York, as special
dopufy attorneys general to assist the
regular staff In the Investigation and
prosecution of the election cases re
ported. Neither the attorney general
nor Superintendent Morgan would
discuss the situation tonight. It was
learned, however, that as a result of
the investigation evidence had been
procured which would be taken lo
tfie grand Jury next week.
Tho investigation so far has result
ed in revelations of the most sensa
tional character as to the ignorance
and Incompetency of the election In
spectors, it Is the opinion of all state
officials that the irregularities devel
opeci'were not so much of fraud as of
pure and simple ignorance.
It was learned today that the bal
let box found In the barber shop in
toe Twenty-First Assembly District
was only for mutilated ballots, and
the report of the canvass shows that
ten defective ballots were recorded,
the same number that was found In
the box. Another similar box was
found today at a polling place mi
West Thlrly-Kighth street.
I P IX OHIO
Columbus. Ohio. Nov. 11. Today's
developments have cleared up the
post-election situation in Ohio con-
siderably. Practically complete re-
turns In the entire slate ticket show
all the republican candidates except
for governor have been elected by
substantial pluralities. The figures
given 011 1 by Chairman Dick show a
range from 27,000 plurality on lieu
tenant governor to 3H.0O0 on stare
treasurer. Leads Houck, democratic
candidate for lieutenant governor, be
fore leaving for Ills home at Mount
Vernon tonight, admitted his defeat.
Chairman liarber, of the Democratic
state committee, was expected to glv
out a statement tonight but did not.
Both parties continue lo claim a
majority in both branches of the leg
islature. The majority in either
branch will be
very small, prniiaiuy
not more than two
party that controls.
or three for th'
HOW IIENEY KNEW ABE
RUEF WAS A GRAFTER
TLLI.S SAX I'RAXCISCO
.HRY IT WAS A 1. 1
San Francisco, Nov. 11. Francis J. I
ir.... .... ...... hefoi-B the ir.and hirv
vesterdav in answer to u sunpoena 1-
sued by District Attorney Bylngtoii.
After being questioned by the Jurors
for about ten minutes he was permit ted
to go. He took the 11 o'clock
train for the east.
lleney was questioned as to what
sort of evidence he had to support the
charges he made against Attorney A.
Ruef. at Medíanles' pavilion last Sat
urday night, on that occasion Mr.
Heney said: "I personally know that
Ruef Is corrupt."
The following statement was made
to the grand Jury by Mr. lleney:
"I have.no facts to submit. I know
nothing of my own personal knowl
edge that will connect Mr. Ruef with
any clime or graft. My Information
Upon which I based the statement that
I personally know that Mr. Ruef was
corrupt was based on hearsay, ru
mor and statements made by parties
whose names 1 decline to give."
Princess lionise Appeals.
Berlin. Nov. II. Princess Louise of
Coburg has appealed from the decision
of the court at (iotha. alleging that It
Is incompetent to try the suit for ab
solute divorce brought by Prince
ROI! GOVERXMIOXT I ARM.
Thieves Make Off With Products
Washington, Nov. 11. The govern
ment's corn crop has been despoiled
by midnight thieves and the pollc
are now trying to catch them. The
department of agriculture maintains
an experimental farm on the Potomac
park east of tho steam railway tracks.
and raises specimens of corn, tomatoes
and other "garden sass" that would
delight the heart of the fanner. The
big corn Held stood close to the rail
way track, and in it grew prize ears of
corn. It remained unmolested until a
night or two ago when thieves got Into
It and made away with a quantity of
choice ears. The officials In charge of
the station called upon the police for
protection of the corn field and Lieu
tenant Sutton's men are endeavoring
to catch the thieves.
Saltón Still Rising.
Lo Angulos, Nov. II. Through
great underground fissures, rent by
earthquake shocks, the waters of the
Gulf of California are pouring into the
idd Saltón sea basin and reslstlessly
forcing the new Saltón sea to sea lev
el. Doubt no longer exists as to the
origin of this vast Inland sea, which
pow skirts the main line of the South
era Paelllo for nearly 100 miles and
stretches away on either side of th"
I rack twenty-five mllen to the foothills.
..Tragedy of Susan Geary Starts lc
vesication Which Reveals Scores
of Criminal "Doctor's
Boston. Mass., Nov. 1 1 .-Twenty
detectives, headed bv Police Captains
Joseph Dugail and Lawrence, made a
sensational descent this afternoon on
five officers 011 Tremont street, where
it Is alleged Illegal operations have
been performed on an extensive scale
and although the raids did not result
in any arrests the police found con
siderable mailer which they think will
aid them in Hie future. In each place
a photograph was taken of the rooms
and of the Instruments found. Hun
dreds of people blocked traffic on Tre
mont street dining the raid and for
hours afterward, the populur Impres
sion being that another girl had met
her death, in one of the hospitals and
that the police had caught the crim
inals. The action of the police today was
the result of disclosures which have
come to light recently In connection
with the death of Susanna Oeary, thS
victim of the suit case tragedy, whose
death followed an illegal operation
alleged to have been performed In
the office of Mrs. Dr. Jane Bishop,
and the more recent operation per
formed on lola Heed, a 15-year-old
girl of West Newfield. Maine.
More Raids In Prospect.
Although only live places were en
tered by tin' police today, the work
will lie continued next week, the au
thorities having Information In their
possession Indicating lhat the busi
ness Is lieing conducted on such a
large scale that It has become alarm
ing. Their Information also Indi
cates that this city has become head-
1 quarters for these Illegal practitioners.
who tiling their patients here from alt
I parts of the country,
Trie raids were determined upon
lenry in the day and it was planned to
I visit ttie establishments of Drs. Dut-
' ler, I'.inmons, llliams, Ames and
j The three last named are women
j physicians. Twenty officers received
I their Instructions at police station No.
141, and. accompanied by photogri
! pliers and police surgeons, they ware
sent away in squads of four shortly
1 before ' o'clock. The officers timed
their arrival so that each office would
I be entered at exactly the same time.
I thereby preventing any warning being
i telephoned from one place to another.
It Is the belief of the nollce that
there Is a syndicate In operation here.
and that several of the offices are
used for the patients at various times
in order to confuse them as to the
location of the office where the op
erating is done.
"Instrument of Torture."
Dr. Henry C. Williams, one of tho
physicians who accompanied the po
lice, made an examination of the In-
struments found In one of the Insti
mulóos ami sain ina 1 ne was not sur
prised that death followed some of
i the operations.
"Some of these." he said, exhibiting
several surgical instrumenta, "are ver-
liable Instruments of.tortue and from
their apearance I should Judge that
they had little care."
I'-arthqiiake In I'tah.
Salt Lake City. Nov. 11. An earth
quake shock passing from' South to
north was fell In Ctah and Idaho
points tills afternoon. The grentest
distrubance, however, was at Sho
shone, Idaho, where two shocks fol
lowed each other in rapid succession
at 8:45 tills evening.
1 id on Torre Haute.
Terre Haute. Ind., Nov. 11. -Mayor
Bidaman. whose defeat was largely
due to saloon keepers, tonight caused
nnfon encnt of the closing laws for
the first time in Terre Haute In many
SANTA FE PAYS PART
OF DYKE EXPENSE
CIII'X'K 1-M Ml 110(1 RKCF1VKP BY
CHAIRMAN ;RI NSTT I) OF
CUM'NTY X.M MISSION'.
As a resuU of representations made
bv the county commission al the time
of the rebuilding of the Alameda dyke
,,f last spring. Chairman llrunsfeld of the
''l. . (.(..., ...,., L-a friim thik fKuntl
Fe yesterday cheek for $400 as the
railroad's part of the expense of that
work. The dyke, ss built by the coun
ty authorities affords considerable pro
tection to the railroad grsdo Just north
, of Albuquerque which has heretofore
! . offered heallv from floods and th
commission at the lime the work was
j done asked the railroad company to
! stand portion of the expense. Mr.
(irunsfeld vesterday received the fol
lowing letter from (Jeneral Manager
The Atchison. Topeka A Santa Fo
Railway Company, office of (lener
Toeka, Kan., Nov. 7. 1B0R. .
Mr. Alfred Orunsfeld. Chairman Board
of County Commissioners. Albu
querque. N. M.
Dear Sir: Regarding; the dyke
north of Albuquerque constructed hy
Ihe county. I have had thhi matter
looked Into by our engineers with Ihe
result that I feel this dvke will he of
some heneflt to the railway companv
In the protection of Itsi property, and
I am quite willing to make a donation
to the county towards the cost there
of. I therefore have plessure In sending
you thl voucher In favor of the com
missioners in the amount of 1400.
Kindly acknowledge receipt,
. Your truly,
J. R. HCRLKY.