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INSLEY TRIAL IS
Mnn Accused at Xilling His
BrotHer-in-Law Will le
Placed ok frkRil, It Is Sid,
to Tell Mi Stpry.
THE TACTS ABOUT
TtACXBY AM SOUaXT
Witness Today" Told of Cir
CHrMitanUal Evidence Con
cerning' the rinding of the
Dead Man's Body in Shep.
In nil probnblllly I ho Inslcy trial mil
Im concluded not later limn tomor
row. lth tlm possible exception or
tho verdict. This afternoon lh
prosecution hsi practically finished
Jin evidence, ntnl as the defense In
mii.I to luvo only n few witnesses it
seems likely that untriu tha urgu
inerits of counsel are Very Ion, tho
case wilt li In tho hands or Hit
Jury tomorrow. Hoth sides are In
troducing mriro evidence than lmd
been expected. Up 1 1) 3 o'clock this
afternoon tho prosecution hail Intro
duced ncvi'iitprn wltneiwee. Tho tie
fensf I known o hnve planned to
introduce throe, but development this
nflcrnoon led to the calling of ttv
Wllllnm IltcKlna, father of tho
rtead mnn, was on the stand at thu
opening nf court thin Afternoon, lie
snore that Insley win n good shot,
mill thnt ho had visited htm tho week
before tout Chrlstmss, at hie homo
In Trlnldnd, the occasion helm; a
fnmlly ruunloit. 1 Ic testified that
while thiro he, hi Ron nml Insley
went on n hunting trip nml utter fir
Ins nearly 100 shells Wero utile to
boast Ins than 30 birds,
Hlgglns also swore Hint Mr. I nt lo
cal I. -J Jnley "papa" when In tho
rumlly nml "Mr. Insley" when com
pany was present. Thin Im thought
to have Important significance when
taken -Into cownderatlen with the
statements of a former witness who
swore that woman jumped up and
down In the rear of tho Worn and
called "Oh, paint, don't," a few min
ute aftrr tho Wring of a fcnot.
Mrs, KccnndliM Wlva was called to
tho eland and testified that John A.
Hlgglns roomed t a house run by
her on Houth First street and thut
his sister, Mr. Insley, had cnlletl nt
the house Vor her brother on cine
occasion nt least, In the evening,
Adelaide Ranches, a messenger boy
of 14 yeara of age, testified that ho
hud carried h note from Initcy to
Hlgglns nbuitt a month before thu ill
leRt'd shooting. On cross-examination
h" was unablo to' eny exactly
how lone before It wait ha had car
ried the note, nml wua unable to say
when ho began to work ns n mes
senger nml when ho left tho com
pany's employ. The defense wilt call
into court tho records of the l'oitul
lompnny to show when tho mcssago
n old hut belonging to Hlgglns
was Identified by his father and of
fered in evidence by tho prosecution.
Tho lint wu bndly torp, but evidence
vita nut offered ut thut time lo show
HIkuIus wore It when killed.
tote tltla nfternoon tho pnaseeU
lion rocnlled 1'red lleyn to the stand
to swonr tn the plrturu taken by Mr
Walton, and to show the Jury by
mean nt various nrtlclea in the pie
turn just where the body of Illgfins
Tho witnesses examined ut thi
morning session today and at the
night serslon Saturday Included Fred
Heyn, deputy eturlf f: Or. Frunkf
Fuirick O'Orudy and others1
Mr, Heyn, who arrested Instey,
wore to tho fact thnt ho had seen
Insley ufter the affair, lie Bwo
nwore to the prcnencfl of ihe boily
of Illcglni on the floor ot iMteya
ulure on Uold uvenue. and teatlfled
lo It condition.
I'lilloivliiK Mr. Heyn. Dr. C. A
I'ntnk, who took charge of tho re
Hli!n rii'i afUr ilt-uth, tutUUil to
takitiK them. hhi4 ai lo tho condition
of thu body. Ho lo sft-ore tu tltti
ruktiiu ut tita uutopy performed by
1'ut O'Orudy awore to huvlnc ex
umlnvd tho gun said to have been
unci!, which he wna the flrnt tu ee-,
ond IiIn vvldvnt'u r'Kirdtng He fouled
(onilltion wui hortw out by tho uvi
ik'iu'e or I'ablo t.Ujun, who with
rurady and 1'ylicnnun Jordan, uv
it uln tho next day.
MIin Nellie llrewer teitlfled 'ti the
ugltuted ui;llon ot Mr. Iulele,
whom ah paw In U'lllelly'a drug
tiora noon ufter the auair la ui-
Itil tu Imvo takitn twee
Wlllium AltlslPBcr. who called at
the aforv on bullous ehortly after
HIbkIiib' iletith. tlnllfleU as to tho
tondltlott (lie mure. Hli cvhk.no
waa upporid . V u, lluppin
who lu'com,' nted him.
V. it, V. u urn notified its to the
Phutusraph (ttkvh by him of thu
Hutu uM utltr (he nHoiitlnK tihd do
scribed I an thlusa It tthoued.
Uiiorae It. L'lalir. a. Jumleo Of tho
j'uBin who prealded at the Inqueei
wa alio a wUnnw.
Mr. Alma A. WlUon avvoro Umt
uke K4 hMtrti Insltf)1 wake threau
naalMM niemkiH.X Mmlly,
unv kuuMtW'r ivf the family who in
terferetl wH him In Mkt jwl-nlatt tho
cuktiMly nt Ktt WW. Wie nlo teW
tW t hHi qwM.elllwf with nieJH
brtt of his tsuMtv.
A. 13. JohtuMMi. In whooe euipl'iy
Htotilu, wax tft(fi4d that InIh
j nut iirfn with pm un lata in iii
tiuy tho afccMeU ocewrrM.
T Cn a WW in 6m ttw. .
10 BE FORMED IK
Orfauizattion Looking To
ward ForniRtion of Y. M. 0,
A. to Have Membership Be
tween 10 and 30 Years.
A numbir of younif men In the city
are making plana to formulate it
"Young; Men's iMuu.f to ho open In
mnmbernhip t uoiiKiniai yuung fcl
loern hotween the agin tit elxteen (mil
twenty. It la ootilumjilutei! (4 Include
In the rolea of thp iirgiiiil.atlon'a
hlembeltihlp porhups alxty, nml 1a no
euro n ulub room, where n ftenutne
good time coufd be nnd on any dull
evening, or littween t linos diirlnu the
day. The ultlmnto object of the club
I to form n Y. M C A., when auitl
clent intcreit can be arouned In Its
Cht'Mer Ilebber, Churlea Clarke nml
Hlok itrtnnnn are umong thoiie who
hnvo considered the mntter In an In
formnt way They are notv euitnged
In aetllnir on cxprt-Mlon from among
thtlr uciiualntanaet of tho deUtln
which would be d Ml radio In the mnn
ngement of lh nffnlra of tho orgnnt-
aatlon. It U tiiought that i pool ta
ble, nnd rending room would ha a
ileilrnbln feature, nml that nn occa
sional dancn would carry on tho pur
poses of the club. An orgnnlsntlon
met line will be called nt the earliest
opportunity, In the meantime, thnao
Interested in tin enterprise of thin
kind, are requested In communicate
with "P. K caro tho Herald," nnd
their nugeeatlnn. will be given tiromnt
Attention by thoo Who ure Inteerated
In making the club n hucoom.
NEW TAILORED HATS
AT FERGUSON S
Thu llcrlmlnatln!i wonien nf Al-
buflucrnuo. thoao who can roceatilio
good yt) li millinery wih Inoy iico
It, wll ho Interested In h aklpmcnt ot
new tailored numbora rocclvod (ndny
at tho FcrgtUKin millinery. Tpla ahlu
ment nays tho very lunt wofd In lull
Mylea, mid the (irlco runso tmxierato
ly from 15 la $7.50. An nttractlvo
new RftMirimctit of drew ahnpea la
nlco on dlnplay nt I'VrKUvun'a.
In tho probate court tnla morning,
tho (tnte of Jnmea Knglehurt camo In
for conaldorublo attention. A petition
wan presented hy Jamea K. itrown,
asking to bo Appointed udmlnlitrntor
of tho estate and a similar petition
from Moik Knclfhurt, nking that
Frank iteKeli l n(iolnted was also
prtnented. Ilrnwn movrii iu striko
from the recordu tha luttor petition,
nnd certain promissory nolo of Ku
gloharfu allowing him tu have been i
debtor ot llrown's wero Introduced a
evidence. After several witnesses had
been heard, tho court granted the pe
tition of Mark Kngtehnrt, and bond
was set nt $10,1100, An appeal wait
taken nnd tho appeal bond of $110 was
Died by Drown.
Thu Wnnl report of Tomnn nrlegn,
admlntttrator of tho ettn of Kilo
mena Uicg-o was presented, and Uio
ceurt 5xerf, tho Mrst Monday In l'qbru
uryai the'dato fwvlhs hearing of Ihu
Marriage licenses were Issued today
to Carolm Apotlatn, aged IC and
'Jacobo rl.Mcero. 'aged both of
i i n...t...ir. - -
iiuiiciiom lie 4nufMiT(ur; in junvia
Ourola and Hulvadnr C'arntiill ot Han
Antonio, and tn Albert M, Jones and
lvhl r.lalnn TImhhrs.
After nn illnosa of a week, cnlmln-
ittiR a tJruKaln ngaine.1 th,e w nt
piaaue, iiavm limine Tiiomns suo-
Vumbvd to the grim reaper. Hundev
auvrnuou at nav o-pincx ai nis liomo
on Kouth Kdith streot. lie leaves a
wife find Infant ion.
.Mr. Thomas was a well known
wutchmnker of this city nnd Kl l'uso
nnd was beloved of many frlendt. Ad
miration and respect were riVcoriied
him on every hand bteausu of tho gal
lant tight he made for life and health.
as well as for his innny estimable
lleslde his wife nnd son, Mr. Thomas
leaves two sisters In this city, Mrs. 13.
U Mcdr and Mrt Q. T. frenchj a
b'rother In '"dlumb'tis nhd one 'In nl
lopollu, Ohio, tho ramify home, and
two I(UT in fiallopolls anil otto in
Tending advices from the relatives
In the cast, tho body will he held hire.
Lorlcn Miller, son pf n Jormer c
retory of Hiivr Mexico, wo recently
married nnd appointed rnanngur of
the Homo Clothing company, In
Kprlngfteld, Missouri, KlHce visiting
here last spring, Mr, Miller has been
In I- Angeles abd t(H KrAnclco.
A httntlng parly composed ot
Messrs. Joseph tarneti, W, I Trim
ble. Fred Fisher a? tiroen, returned
this morning from, it trip east of He
Alvlu X. White. Democratic cnadl
ta4n tor superintendent ot public In
HHsrtun, li tn the city today from
kta home tt WHcr City
; ii. .ii i 1 1 m
Wj TKw Itoif Cm4 Ot. ff
MM mssmsasI Mtil TBm
AnuQusitQUE EYJBMiMQ HjiyP' mommy
STRONG PART IN
American Officers on Chester
Arrive at Marseilles and
Give Grapliio Description of
D0IHG GOOD WORK
(My Kvealnej lit raid At I. Lease Wlt
.Marseille. I'rnnce. N'ov. 13.-4M-flccra
of tho Ametlcoti cruiser Uliet
tor. which arrived from Tripoli Hat
Unlay, nro iinanlmout in tha opinion
that furvlgnois nro In no dnnjttT iliorc
Cotumnnilcr Decker will forward an
hirtclnl report on tho situation to
Offlcots of tho Chester my thut
during their stay nt Tripoli Ihu Turk
ish Imlttrioi locnied oast ot tho city
wero dlrncilns an ineffective flro
ngulnst Iho Italian wnrahlfu in tho
Tho ntllcoia think tha Italians con
trol tlm situation In Tripoli nnd nro
nitvnnelng slowly Into tho Interior,
Tho cholera altttntlon In the city In
bad, but apparently tho epidemic In
not hpiIoiik (intoni; thu Italian forcott.
Tho general Imprcsalon ot tho
Italian aviation service wna that It
whh very effective In fncllltntlu tho
ailvanco or thu Italians. From tho
Chester the aeroplanes could bo seen
tnanuuverltig nbovo Iho forta in tho
harbor and over Iho noses, tho trees
of which concealed Arabs and Turks
HELD AT BAY BY
MAN AND WIFE
like Shilling Shocker Is Story
of Actual Adventure of
Ibarra and Wife in Old
(Hr UTthlus; Hernia. ., f, lUBr Wlr)
Valnrdcnn. Mex, Nov. 13. Tho
story lt bow Krnnotsco Ibarra und his
wife (e;iulsed tho attack which eight
een bun (I It' mnde on the Ibarra store
today might hnvo coma from a "shil
ling shockrr" Instead of the real life.
T;io mnuraudi'rn wero attracted by
Iho guns and ammunition Ibarra's
slouk as well nn the rllver bullion ho
was reported to huVn on hand. Tho
storekteper had wnrnlitR of thotr np-!
irsifinlt mtitl It'i rrlrtittdtil llm t1sisVi it
hid etrniiRiy mini iiiioue snop. io
telephoned to this city for r urates,
but tho bandit made their ittlnck be
fore the rurali's were aenreely more
Ilmriii und H-nora Ibarra, both fa
miliar with the uto of tlruarms,
crouehed behind the small, burred
windows of the shop and poured a
deadly nro on their attuck'r. When
the tatter fled they left live dead and
threo wounded on the field.
CATTLE 1SERS OF
MIDDLE WEST ARE
Reported That National Su
riRH ef Animal Industry Isf
to Withdraw from State ef
(H KtrutnK lit rata A. 1 kas4 W
Kansas City, Mo.. Nov. 13. cuttle
misers of Mlssouil, Kansas and Ne
braska are much worried over n re
port which has gulntd inuMt cred
rioe thct the National llureau 'of
Animal industry Is about tu with
Hmw lis neiivitlea rom Texas, djm
to the Inok In that state of effortn
to erndleate licks ilnd st'itblea. Tho
step woum mean that tnu work oi
years and tho expenditure of hnn
t'red ot thQusarvis of dollar wu!d
go for iiausht. '
At the lvunsas City slovlt vard
there Is a Bpaclat department wltero
nil "uuarantlne" cattle must be mar-
kett;l. They are sold as "cannora"
mostly, their value beintr much low
er than thut of clean rattle. An fit-
terstute pssusmtloji nf livestock sani
tary commissions was fornd two
years ngn to remedy tho Tx situ
uloit butjhe Texas uuminlssion re-
.fused to acrcpt outildo nll. The
nesoclnllon will meet December f- in
(.Qtcago to consiuer r.ny now menus
tl;at may be adopted.'
Phnulii tho bureau wUhtraw from
Texas Itnd the ttaM ba oblll
eraled, millions of' Vearllnic cattle,
now brought froM Ycmm ranges tmd
fftttened for tister on the north
ern farms, wouW nut be available.
.MHS. WMWH TAHttlrtflTON
ttfrX'UttKK A IHVHItt'll
4v stwl; HrrsM A. V, t.emt Hlrsl
IiiaUtMpolla, inrl,, Nov. 13. A de
cree ot absolute tlvore today was
raatvl If h superior court of mi
Id Mrs. I-outsn Flethr Tark
iHstton. wife f Hooth Tarlngion, the
novelltt npd phiywrlght.
Mrs. Tarklnstiin had pot sited for
Police Unearfck a Crime That
Throws Ihftslew on Fathtf;
Mother, Daifhtcr ani a
Child Are Killed.
tr Kreslss; HeraM A. r. l.sf Wfr)
Now York, Nwv.il 3. A tripe mw
iter was commlttet) today I Mre&k-
yn. j wo wonicfi, motner ana ttaHH.
or, and tho-cklM of ono of thftn
wero found ilead in n ilwolllnn oh
ark nvcmio. The father of tho child
n being searched for by tho police.
(Continued from Fan Ors.)
number lo tho strtmgth or tho argu
ment. Tho sttlJfed ballot box, tho
falso count und tho perjured election
rotiirns will likewtso iiisuppear. With
thcac opiiortunltlca, with those stimu
lating Inducements to free, tkoiwht
nml action, tho cuo of puhllo Jul
tlco will bo advawnd in all directions,
acting from tho point of enlightened
self Interest, and yet with a full sense,
ot responsibility respecting tho Just
Hants ot nil others in society, will
manfully nnd patriotically meet Its
"Under thu prevailing system of
cut and dried platforms und s'.aUd
nominations, preceded by fake pri
maries, the ballot In our hands hss
hot beon In any adequate sense, either
n protecting shield agnlpst wrong or
a means of redress. Wo may not for
some time bo entirely rid of the rulo
of parties. It they be an evil, they
ore such ns are Incident to nil gov
ernments based pn popular suffrage,
1 denm It unwl,or rather Impolitic,
to waste our eueristes now In efforts lo
abolish political (tovemmcnts, Hut If
we can not now destroy them, we
may, by moro mwMuotu and regular
rxcrclso of our privileges und rights
of cltlsenshlp do mticlr in the way of
"Under existing conditions, wo must!
outnln various measures of legislation
nt the hands of da&ilnant parties in
leghrintlve bedieW tW'lparty affairs
aro to remain In the Jinnds of corpor
ate agents nnd corrttpt bossoji as here
tofore, then our Interests will be Im
perilled nnii th0 desired relief retard
ed, no matter which party hits tho
Mf. nompera refers' very briefly to
the contempt of court proceedings
rgalnst Vlce-I'restdenl John Mitchell,
Secretary Morrison and himself,
which are stilt rnllrtr the courts In
Iho District of Columbia,
The MoXamara case, however, Is
lakiin up at some length und fully ro-
viewed, 1'rcn.ldent Unmpers express
ins rami in m innocence or tho men
now on trial ut Un Angeles for al
leged dynamiting outrages and de
nounces In iiiinieaHurm! terms their
removal ironi iiidi.mao.umirornla.
The Wilson bill, now pending In
congress, a so-called nntl-lnjunctton
measure, which has the support of la.
bor. Is warmly endorsed and Presi
dent (tampers, called upon all organ
ised labor to work for Its early pass
age. Mr. (lompors xprcee the be
lief that by united actlofi the Wilson
put may he passed ut tho next scss on.
mid ho expresses the opinion that
even should it bo vetoed by president
Tnft, a great victory would be partly
wop, Ho declared lahif could expect
little voluntary help frem tho prosl-
ueni on me anti injunction legisla
tion. To tho subject of Imiflgratlon, much
of the report Is midrfsMd. Keverul
plans aro proposed far bringing tho
migratory laborer Into the ranks ot
orgnnlied labor. Further rcstrlctlua
of Immigration is deemed necamsary
nnd schemes ot distribution, of immi
grants nre discussed,
"Turn which way wo may, tho fact
Invariably confronts us, In oHr en
leavor to amellorata tfte tot or the la
borers now tn Amertea. thnt there
must be a restriction erf tamhtrailon.
Hestrlctlon, as rceommded by tho
United States Immhj4tn cowmle.
slon, Is, If not the Nest' step toward
or'ifanlilnsc migrator)' Mrtn, at least
nn essential step, ThsB re mimcicnt
workers on tho l'nclc eot at the
prsont time, wero thefr jstt-tft lHr nbottt
Intelligently systematise, )o perform
nil the pressing work tlssre through
out nil tho seasons n( the year, Tho
limln trouble has tieen that tha em
ployers have not paid any ali;qwi!e at
tention to the laborer M H sSelai entity
except at the moment when one I to
he hired, Hoch'ly has Hot concerned
itself seriously about the casual
"The early rompletleft ef lh Fan
nnui cannl. however, Nlt without
doiibt bring about n r(HI clMHHfd hi
Iho labor situation of Ut PcJa rcUst,
both Internally and wek rslloH t
other countries, it H a-Veesiiy beet,
calculated that lmltta from
Hurope may be lnndwl vH the Fah
umn cannl at Facllto eeast sMporss
for a less sum than hi rcussil to pay
the psss-tce to InlaMl niiai in states
of tho middle west. It Is $0 he re
membered that the enormous fleet ot
forelm vesiels which m the Im
migration trade am matting business
tho world over la aslmsis yrai4.
nlded by the flin, 14 prwent
trnns-Atlantlo fleet imm ''eswrj' $,
000 WHga workers riHji ri MMthesst
of Kuiope to the Fstsjp fti ports;
while also traniH'rttf th svf re
yearly number to tmv Astlo coast
ports, This U a mssf nosu probgbl
rnrincomiug coiiditimj no rcoi ny
iur fellow trade, u&l
w w asm a
ton, Oregon and c
I the federtlosi'"
player' liability ami
t for rm-
Hm is rottoriiai
ike sistes of
ifjgyBy iz, if n, , rv
OUT FOR tHE
Thai Ls ip jmt mtt,!! mnUv tswmejr hy i-athtg II? Then emn fr your
lliHctK$4$ I'nrm'tm-f, ami jtm.viHI ho mouey In tlm iocket, at ttw nm
Uhki that jh srtt 4e M-Ht ijimHlhM, iIhvkii from n mi-rc aUnHmi-Ht. Ilenii.
Ihk ivhmh-W am rea4H us ttally almmt. frm esttWktl t-H-mters, TI 1'
mh Is that nil mtr IVtrtrHHro (n except kmalty Hell ftobjenet1 nml Mrwly
Imllt, mi as ta phmtk thtrahHlty, ntut our iht nro alnays very kHWaUs
for title (jwtWty of toetts.
6E0R6E C. SCHEER FURNITURE
T Piaiin Figiirts. Full V!uf9 Tormi to Suit
4 314-816 South Second Strt
.s. .e. .e. .. . .s.
nls, Florida, Illlool. Kansas, Ver
mont, WushlngtOH nnd Wisconsin! The
work of the commission, which hat
been henrlng sugesttona tor federal
lawsj Is highly commended and It I
expected thut some n-port will he
made to tho coming congress.
Tho work of the United mates bu
reau ot mines is establishing mine
rcscqo stations through the coal re
gions and the campaign ot education
which the bureau has been carrying
on timong miners, Is warmly com
mended. The report endorses the bill Intro
duced at the last congress by Hepre
scntatlvo Hulter of New York, creat
ing a department of tabor In tho fed
IU nn appeal for better ways to pro
toct life and health In factory build
Inge, Fresldcnt Oompcrs refers to the
flrp In thn Triangle Hhlrt Waist corai
pany's building In New York last April
In which $13 girls lost their lives.
In scoring tho so-called efficiency
and sclentlNc management systems,
I'rcsldsnt Clompcrs declared us fufeA
statement that tho systems have In
creased wages. He charged that the
systems work undue hardship on the
labor and result In no mMert-ll jaRt
The. Hght for tha eight iReut .day,
president Oompcrs said, is steadily jro
Ing on, and lie declared that labor
men could' find satisfaction In the
fact thut the Inst congreMji applied the
plght hour law to the construction of
battleships and thnt those provisions
nf the law had been rUt Into effect by
the executive oillcers of tho govern
ment. Among the other subjects treated In
the report ure rhltd labor, locomotive
holler Inspection, the Onnbttry hatters'
pose, the senate third degree Investi
gation, seamen's rights, railroad track
Inspection, Insurance lows, the strike
or tho women's garment workers, tha
Haldwln locomotive works strike and
tho work of the federation's organ
isers, Kach is treated briefly, report
ing progrna, but without any reeom
meniiallons "other than thpso hitherto
The membership or the )rnMR
was never great. According; to Heere
lary Morrison's report, Its MaaHCMl
condition is excellent The treasury
show1 a bulanco of nearly tWAM
on hand. Nearly S,8oe,eee was dis
bursed In support bf strikers by ttat
various unions which are aHHtaUd
Hlth thn federation. Ourlmr 111 the
federation Issued SS rltsrters ta
Unions, bringing the total ot Its organ,
faction membership to 1,461. In tndf.
vidua! membership tha federatltm
gained nearly :6,000 during the year,
"The American FcrtrrsHMs f Ijk
bor thrwigh its sfWlatHt OmsswIsMh
hiss lusvy lk4 tttftwt tAamborstilB ts
Its history," saM Freatdent Oompers
In coclu4o. "It's sssmalns; Is tmtn,
nnd prospect are fcrtsht. In Its lung
(lrawn-out ea4l eot tests Hw li swe
reason than ever to assume that la
bor's cause wilt wH. In a number or
Imp'irtnnl strikes (Hrm the year, wo
have had gnlne, arm there has been a
tendency to continue the' shorteitlnx
Of the work day, to do sway with oMbt
labor, nnd to animate the ttnoraswteesl
tnnss6s with a desire to take part la
the treat labor movement.
"Our moyemept has no chlsw with.
In. All opposition to Its paWems, lie
procedures, Its form ot or Hlsatlsa,
and its tactics, come from wlthmet. Ail
who would divert It from fts estabMeh
i d prlneises are enemies, workhss; tt
the promolltm of instittHlonA foebssi
to Its character. Those who wuht
chaHfe II "Im at Us dMfttesrfatlea.
Thle w true Whether the Musi
wtjet Im vjw is the collree rttl4t
whej lwllvs Im the rhrHf of th,o M
Uftteejkkt H Vlow th uulen
smw 4ms4e of the HNHmtet; or Wts
s4llMthrnsjssit vkt helleves KUfsi
4muM trn mere hvidfat kooiaUesi
r Mw esMfm wh beltfyea last the
UHtowiei stvssiM fse alri hs his irnfts;
ami s ssmsmter ( Isle .laMPMtsy,
th4T M " w ssiftBs tUt the,
unloneet mHi sltsmya yel Ws tlehet.
"Hut, K esm safely he sslit,
triHN MMtsrotan Is e wHneea m Inte
srsl csmusjsj In rsystwre, r prisrtpl
ror:.Ussi sjta sJI aAs4M t. plfCUm
slsmctsi m tf sjffse to roiltes as
1 Hey aasasnf,"
tfMMfttft Bsfs ,0 A llljgtastttis
ta arrwe asm
tiejsisi, 'fwf ef4k
ir Mt, it hrM4
. y y
- S. .. .s. s .. .. a. .Si. A a. a.
lKterst in List Teday Was
lott and Tradint; Optnwi
With a Heavy Tone Due to
New 'York, Nov, 13. Interest In
stocks lagged today. Wltft.prlces on
efaHjj lower, mdon, 'sitlfi,ncia
with a Iienvykfi4 wln fo cottUnj
uaoh or profK tsklng ami la ok' Vt
HtslJe drnund. vTh Cfmsse .or tho
market encouragei swir tjaVtw.to re
Prw their operatmjfsjsml Ihey were
able, to bring nbout oMa esis.
I'rlctM ndvnnccd n bit but the chief
Klns wero limited 10 r- handful of
stocks, such, ns the c,oalcrs and the
Hill group. Other stock 'Improved
In mora fsloM ami sfsmr.d vo
offer les resistance tu llio lwtcfmlt
tent prtiHt laking nnd brn,tr eHg. I.e
high Valley established A new high
level for the present movement, touch
Ins 1 8 1 l-, Reading showed an Im
nrovemnnt of about two points over
last week's closing, nnd Consolidated
a'a. three. Domls were Irregular. Hull
manlpulAllbh va suspended for a
while am when proms were sought
the whole list broke sharpfe. Lehigh
Valley rlnquihtd ull but u small
fraction of Its (oresooH ndvartce;
IteadlnK dropped back to a H point
ustder Saturday's olitse; Untied Mates
leleel a point und Union FaeMe aM
JSealheru Faclflc, 1 3-. A Tew In
aetlvo stooks were fcfted nwlertally
kforo the market weakened. JTnUU
WU Rubber rose I H Natlemti (Hs
cttt, i l-t and Flttiburit Coal prefer
Hpeculatlon became Very wlet on a
rwetkwal rally from the htwest. The
recovery brought most or th Hf o
a trfte above imturday's eleee,
The elosn was weak,
Chteago, Ilhu. Nov, I3,tea4le re
ceipts, SR.000; market strtrng to le
BP, Ueevei. H.65W.SO! Mm Meetw.
t.BSB.S0( western steerfi. H.UW
7.S9 stockors and reciters, H.H
H,70 cowfl and heifers. :,()4)l.tS:
Hog-liccelp 29,000; market sow
8c tp 10e up. jht, H.s.W
mixed, js.Ootfe.oBi hvy, tl.N
Ms; - rough: l..066.2S: ood Hi
choice heavy, J6.J5.IS; p4. tJ.IS
JB.O! bulk of sates, I4,JS0.SS.
Bhtop Itepvlpts J J, 89 1 market
BWeratly Ipe ,hj;hor Nhe, f 3.399
3'SOi yeorllnsf, U.S9i.m lambs,
jjatlve, ?.75?B,pt tn. ihli 9
Khis Our lsntssfc.
Kam-s city. H,. Wov, is. CtliU
eeetpts t t.uoo. InclutMnc m.
eras! market t? t IM Marher,
Native steers, $s,?asts,s; shMssi
Mrs. H.OB.SS; oulhe) Cws aM
Mhw, II.78W4.S0t Mllve asjs
m', I3,737,fc imwI
fegf. J.7S5.W'r nhsajs,1!!.!
,TU calves. M.M7,W; wasses
. t.8fl8.70j wesassri ow HJI
at lm. . . 1
M-neceiiis 'tar; gas4t'
jc hlsAer. rlNsHfff Mdsk
.tftt heavy, H ufaHL.
d, hutehers, tt.MfCCt; Wis, .
ttheea rawlpm JMMf market t4
M.Mi,T?1itfef ewea. fl,W
I The Markets
.s. .t-. .s. ,9. .. .s. .
strength today Iho wheat.
Opening prJee were l-8o lower to
1-4c up. , Docnlier started at 91 3l
to 1)34. an advanen ef l-lo tp l-4c,
reacted to ?: 7-t8Jc and then ral-
llott tn Si 3-.03Ui. Thn plaaa vul
tros; with pecemher 1-te net' Wither
tt 93 He.
Although dull, corn turned sharply
upward with wheat. December open.
ed n shade to 1-43-Jo lown at 03 14
to 63 3-tc, but Inter aseimited to 61
I -Be. The close was steady ) S3 l-So
for DecersVer, n n't gain ot 1-4 5f 3-Sc.
Oats climbed up from the outset.
Pecember started uncharged l-So
higher at 471-tc to 47-0'atid rose
to 47 8-lc.
An advance at thn yard earrteit
previsions upward u well. tnltll
s4he.were a shade to 7H Vtac dearer
with May tl,70 for pork: for
lard and $1.5714 to $?. f?r ribs.
St. IHbi Weel.
tH. touts. Me. Nfnv 13. -Wool tin
chauged:i territory am( western md
Inn, 1M4 10c: fine mediums, U1
o:, fine, llr j sc.
hi. Imbi Metals.
HI. touts. Mo., Nov. 13.tri'rtd, 14.16
tf4.17H: stielter. scarce,- higher, 16.48.
Rlgin, lit. Nov. 13. Hulter Arm,
33c, tho snmo us last week. Output
(reulu ami FnuMmts.
Chicago. Nov. 13. .Wheat Decern:
bor. 91 1: May, -.
Corn Hie, J3 1-lej May, 4-3-Xrii4Hf.
Oats Dec. 47 5-So; May R0 I -Sc.
Fork Jan.. 10.53.
inrd Jan., f.30 9.3314.
Itlbs Jan, I M0.
Money ami Hfm-le.
New York.. .Nov, 13, Call, money,
S3- per cent :trlm. paper, 4 4 Is
jt cent; sliver SleV Mexican dollars,
toad, 3 1.2S 44 4.M.
Arfialgamateil. SB 3-4,
' Atchhwm, l7 1-4.
Great Nftrlnertt, -Its 1-g. ,
Xe' oVrh Central, H8.
Nor.ywrn Psenc. 1341"..
K44ngi:5w -9. - '
'rhmHiarn FaemV,- 11t'(-R,
UnUn Fsiehte, 17ft t;. v;
m&. is , 1 '
Helf, m-essrred iff t-e,
Cw Vork. Xav. 13. Cotta mset
ceases 1UIH mlddttN tMi4ms, '.!
mfsMMnc nU. .T, Xj sales,
ri, nkli TdttJitT
TIk tmpreme Cmrt HenW Fe444mn In
Hate Net'k nf Ylimwr HeaHle Hen
leniMtl fur Hm)ln Km Wife.
tlV.trtur stmmfil A. I. Leaasst 1
TWmaitHMi, V , Xnv. 1J, Te an
brMW ennrt r aM to4sys)issil
Ueo uetKmn taf a writ t afesjr by
Hnnry Cbty Hettlc, Jr., evtssMl wt
MurAatmc fcla yotms; wrfs astt JMy.
TMa ieeilm on dsn aMel front
tiu jkmU of tha Qhssiiertssls! amtrt
nlish aentenend kim Ki Mm
SfBMrk chnir Koesstssr T, tg Mt,
PMwncy or rir( by UsvsasH-
.mssin oniy en save uw
asa sweaeab sBPf ssjar a- 'vbbsw aaa
Mi M W do
7W Wk.Otmflm ,-Alm..tf
ml sjIsmssi ilar asla ta, tha .aSsSdar
p the ftwtm vaMay, iHf itm
MnsjoM sasja. iMtk. dsilisk
srnsl htmlwsea, mi aiaac ajas pim
if ism or lasta. imisir ef nam.
ar, It, Mawttan, tomkwt, HM.
ml M 8000 lit frTijt fctm.
smiv.hlre, ew oj, i)h,o, Ptjllfor.