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OL. 20. NO. 2G7. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW .MEXICO, TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER (J. 190G The Evening Citlitn, in Advance, $5 per year. Delivered by Carrier, 60 cent per month. THE CAT , COMES BACK FINE WEATHER AND LARGE VOTE CAST EARLY IN DAY IS REPORTED E DEFENDER OF PORT ARTHUR BEGS CHARITY NUMBER OF WELL KHOVJN . PEOPLE DEAD VERYW R p ' - New York Kept Up Its Campaign Till Midnight and Both Parties Claim at 200.000 Majority. BOTH PARTIES SEEM TO BE GAINERS IN MASSACHUSETTS Same Conditions Prevail in the West and Nobody As Yet Can Know Where He Is At in the Political Field. Washington, Nov. . "Get out the vote." la the command for today from political generals throughout the country. Lack of Interest Is report- ed from many sections, mis conni thu necessitates hard work at the polls and the assurance of favorable weather hi the greater portion of the country Is welcomed by the contend ing parties. Decided uncertainly as to the result Is the feature of nearly every Quarter. Tbe uncertainly was manifested In New -York, Pennsyl vania, Chicago and other sections by a rifffimim rnntJminnPA of the cam- paign until midnight last night. Reports from the "solid south" In Hughes and Hearst continued their I dicate little interest and the mees terrific speaking records up to the j ary stimulating of voting, last minute. Bryan, who had been an active campaigner, concluded with a speech In behalf of the" fusion ticket at Plattsmouth, Neb. yesterday. Speaker Cannon, who averaged two speeches a day during the greater part of the campaign, Is in Danville, Illinois, his home. Vice-president Fairbanks and a majority of the cabi net are all on the stump at their vot ing residences today. The number of Washington voters who have gone home today is smaller than was Indi cated. The absence of railroad pass es and higher voting rates on rail roads are given as the reason. Voting in New York Heavy. Weather conditions which could not be improved, together with the unusual Interest In the contest be tween Hughes and Hearst brought out an unprecedentedly large early vote in all sections of the state. "Ad vices from wildly scattered districts detail without exception a flood or ballots during the morning hours ar.d . n many places nearly a full vote, was " poned by noon.' New York city vv.is no exception, and except in scattered districts, the forenoon voting was re markably heavy- In Brooklyn,- where Patrick H. McCarren, democratic leader had been making a determined fight against Hearst, the indication Is that regular democratic voters were holding back early in the day. Whether this Is due to '"orders" or because many Brooklyn manufactur ing ostablishmeut employes were given the afternon instead of the morning 13 not known. This after noon both candidates are claiming victory by 200,000. Weather vas Charming. Eletcion tiy was ushered in with fine weather ooniiitloas, all that couid be desired. The election officers were at their pots before 5 o'clock, making ready for the voting, which began at 8 ('lock The polls will close at 5 o'clock frhi.-i afternoon. Voting In this city will i, - somewhat' slower, owing to tie htw blanket sheet tickets and thi.- numerous candidate. Returns from up-state will probably be much earlier on account of the use of voting iiiKihines ic many cities and towns. Both Sides Claim Results. !.i this city balloting started with a rush an txvin as the polls were opened, and In Home sections new records for early hoim- were made. In one elec tion district In the Bronx 132 ballots were deposited In the first . ninety minutes of voting. The service of thousands -'f warants sworn out by .Superintenifeut of Elections Morgan, began early in the day and there was a steady stream of prisoners from te potting plaoe to the police courts. In nearly every case In the first three Hours the prisoners proved their right 10 vote and were permitted to go back uaouio. iiijujr ui-i means' republicans have taken new rests on enarges of Illegal voting and i hope. registration and offering and accept- The socialists se in to bo making Ing money for votes were reported at heavy inroads on the democrats in tho office r.f the state superintendent the mining camp of the south. It is of elections uritg the first two hours believed that almost the entire regls nfter th-3 p., Is opened. W. R. Hearst , ratlon of tUe 8tate will be voted be- . It, . . B eauy 10-1 tore the polls close, ilay to the state committee of the imlependeiice league: GOOD WEATHER AND BOTH "We will have at least 2h(i,iiihi plu- CLAIM VICTORY in rni npinn rality in Creator New York. , feel' 6r iferi .Tw rl?anre3 P-"e very 0Vcr ttj0 s!aU, is brlng, t m ,-lirV:Ji?.UlI,U':id the N arly. While tne registration was dunged iV tat u aUem.u may be ?,? 1 aB" U e?f cte made to court us out up-state asthey il " p X'XZ ariaini ret ticularly ruiscoiintiug.' Five Towns Show Gain. Boston, Nov. 6. The first live towns i trnor gave vyuild 6U9; Moran, 212. i ne seme towns last year gave Guild 010; Bartlett, 179. Republican gain, 1"8; democratic gain. 3o. Net repub lican gain, 75. PRESIDENT VOTES EARLY BUT NOT VERY OFTEN. Oyster Bay, N. V.. Nov. C Presi dent R'xjseielt reached here at 9:1" :inl was greeted by a crowd of men, women and cvhildren. He stopped at the railrow.l station long enough to I sr-aiinu. Htiii nar- stjuke tacc.j with the most of those j NEW MEXICO FOR JOINT present, iheu was drivt-u in a car- l STATEHOOD BY GOOD MAJORITY riage to the polling place of the Fifth j Santa Ve, N . m., Nov 6 The district, ovr a Chinese laundry, i father is clear and mild. The fact After fchakirg hands Willi each of the'tlat one out of every KiO votes ig a election t-m ers. l,reidnl Roosevi'it -lahdhlate for (Mice explains the In- i- eie4i Hanoi .-o. ii ana boon casi i it. While y.vr. tary l.oub was voting thi prfwiib't c!uii.-,1 will, th-- villagers PRESIDENT RETURNS TO WASHINGTON TONIGHT New yorki Noy 6. President Koow.TCl. arrived In Jersey City at .n n, monlra and tmmedlaiely started for Oyster Bay, whehe he will cast his vote. After voting will at once return to Washington. He plans to reach the capital early this evening. He will get election re turns at the White House and has In vited a party of friends to hear the returns with - him. Little Interest in South. ; MASSACHUSETTS REMAINS REPUBLICAN AS OF OLD Boston, Nov. 6. The first town in Massachusetts to be heard from was Mashpee, which cast 48 votes for Guild, republican for governor to 3 for Moran, democrat. Iast year the vote was Guild 43, Bartlett, democrat, 7. For lieutenant governor Mashpee gave Draper, republican 52; Brown, democrat nothing. Vote for Congress man Lovering, republican 62; Looren, democratic nothing. Second town to Report Boston, Nov. 6. The second of 253 cities and towns in Massachusetts to report on election was Hanover, which showed big gains for bpth Guild and Moran compared with the fignres one year ago. Te vote was: Guild 223; Moran 87. Last year the vote was Guild 152: Bartlett 42. For lieutenant governor Draper 213; Brown 61. The third town to report-was Mil lie The vote lor Governor Guild !Ki Moran 48. LATEST WORD COMES FROM LAND OF THE GOLDEN GATE San Francisco, Nov. 6. In all parts or tne state votes were cast early. Republican, democratic and Independ ence league managers still continue to express . confidence. Republicans however, claim that the most of the independent vote comes from the democrats, and that Gillattee, republi can, will bo re-elected by 30,000. SOCIALISTS MAKE GAINS CLAIMED IN MONTANA Helena, Mont., Nov. 6. In Mon tana the socialists make confident claim increasing their vote while the state is claimed by both republicans and democrats. The earthquake at San Francisco is said to have redis tributed the population of the state and the old estimate cannot be relied upon. INDIAN SUMMER MAKES QUICK VOTING Cnicago, Nov. 6. A clear sky and Indian summer temperature greeted the voters of Illinois today, and In dications ere that a greater portion of the entire registration will be oast several hours before the polls close at 4 o clock this afternoon. SOCIALISTS MAKE HEAVY INROADS ON DEMOCRATS Keno, N'ev., Nov. 6. The heaviest vote ever polled In fifteen year3 has ner n rolled since 9 o clock this morn lug. Bettlnfr has switched ami now all candidates are even money This REPUBLICANS FEAR LOSS IN IDAHO GOVERNOR VOTE. Boise, Idaho, Nov. 6. The weatheS fine. The renubliciins admit that ll4 flne their majority of 2,000 In this county HKeiy io be wiped out l.v the guber natorial fight. RELIGIOUS FIg"htTn , SALT LAKE AND OGDEN. halt Ike. Nov. 6. in Salt Lake the light is between the Mormons and the antl-Mormons, and lu Ogden also A urge per ceat. of the vote was polled before lit o'clock. Voting machines are being use, fr the first time in both ClMes. u rest taKen In tbe local routed There is apathy on the statehood ques" ti"ii. but New Mexico will vote for the H;u!!i!toi, hi i i,y a good majority. "A FORECAST OF THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE ANNOUNCES HE WIU. ADVOCATE THE RESTORATION OF THE INCOME. TAX." AGRARIAN OUTRAGES SAID TO BE VERY BAD Those Who Take Farms of Evicted Tenants Are Attacked by Night. INTENSE EXCITEMENT IS IN ALL SOUTH IRELAND Dublin, Nov. G. Agrarian outrages are daily being reported from all parts of the west and southwest of Ireland. Settlers who have taken evicted farms are rigidly boycotted and In spite of a large extra police force attacks are nightly made on the .and grabbers. In western Connaught something like martial law exists and hundreds of peasants have been arrested and put In prison charged, with offenses which the people claim have been commit ted by members of the Royal Irish constabulary. The United IrlsTi league meetings which were to be addressed by Wm. O'Brien, M. P., The Mc Gillycuddy, Mr. McFlavin. M. P. (West; Kenry), The McDermott and others have been proclaimed by spe cial order Issued from Dublin Castle. At present greater excitement pre vails than during the famous land league days of 1887-88. As a body the Irish people are determined to root from the soil those settlers who have taken farms from which their fellow countrymen were evicted and Irish men of all sections speak in glowing terms of the action of such men as Lord Dunraven. Lord Ventry, tno Earl of Cork, Sir George Colhurst, the karl or Limerick, Major George Polo Carew and others who have re-Instated all tho tenants on their estates who were evicted for non-payment of rents. In all cases of re-instatement the Irish land commission fixes what is known as the "fair rent" and In very few cafes has the decision been oiies- tioned. WIFE OF NOTED MAN JOINS HIM IN BEYOND. Louisville. Ky., Nov. 6. Mrs. I Martha Greene, widow of Dr. Norval ' Greene, formerly president of the1 Western I'nloa, died here toda. i GENERAL FAIR MEETING NEXT MONDAY NIGH T The next important mailer for the people of the city of Aibu- querque Is to attend the gen- ral annual meeting of the New Mexico Territorial Fair assocla- tlon and it should be held the the second Monday In November, which will be the 12th. Officers are to be elected, and the pre- limlnary steps toward the big an- nual event for 1W7 taken. Don't forget this fact; let the people forget the election after tonior i row, and get together next Mon- Jay night, upstairs over Zeiger's Cafe, and elect new officer to a take charge of the 1907 terrltor- til fair. LITE TROUBLE SEEMS TO BE FINALLY SETTLED President and Secretary Taft Have Arranged Matters to Suit NOBLE REDMEN OF THE FAR WESTERN PLAINS Washington, Nov. 6. President Roosevelt has approved the arrange ments made by Col. Rodgers, of the Sixth cavalry, for the settlement of the grievances of the Ute Indians. He has Instructed the officials of the war department to Inform the chiefs that he will give them an audience at the white lions'! on his return from Panamn. Taft on Vist to Forts. Cheyenne, Vyo., Nov. 6. Secretary Taft left Cheyeane this morning for Fort Robinson, Neb., and after In specting that fort he will go to Chi cago, returning In a few days to In spect tho forts at ieavenworth and Riley, In Kansas, and then he expects to make a tour of inspection further south, visiting Texas and Georgia. BLACK HAND OUTRAGE IN NEW YORk CITY. New York, Nov. 6. iShaken by a terrific explosion soon after midnight, a score of tenement houses In the blocks adjoining Minita and Bleeker streets, poured their occupants Into the streets scantily clad. An explos ive had been hurled at a one-story grocery store on Mlnetta street owned by Salvatore Bartholin. The whole front of theO'ulldlug was blown In and the windows shattered for half a block. The police believe it to be il "black hand' outrage. LOST YACHT OCCUPANTS ARE FINALLY PICKED UP. Chicago, Nov. 6. After drifting about Lake Michigan since Saturday afternoon in a gasoline launch without gasoline, Louis Wright and 'William Thornton, of Michigan City, today were picked up by the steamer Klynn and brought to this city. The men had been given up as l nil. WOOL MARKET IS STILL VERY SATISFACTORY. Boston, Nov. 6. The sales of wool in tho market continue very heavy, with trading active. Values remain steady everywhere and tbe merchants are very optimistic as to the future. AMONG RAILWAY MEN GOOD AND BAD FORTUNE. Heading, Pa.. Nov. 6. It is an nounced that tbe Heading Iron com pany will soon Increase the wage of its employes. These Men are Refused. Scranton, Pa.. Nov. li. The Ik-la-wuru. ljickawauna & intern refuhed be demand of the switchmen for an increase of ten cents per hour In wages. The company, however, con cedes a ten-hour day to all switch men who now work twelve hours, wit bout. rut. St. Louis Wool Market. . St. Uui. Nov. : Wool steady. Market unchaueeil. -THAT IT IS QUITE PROBABI V THAT News Item. rKOUABLE THAT THE! FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS MEET iuim They Maintain Worthy Young Women at Columbia, Cor- , nell and Other SCHOOLS WHICH THEY MAY WISH TO ATTEND Saratoga, N. Y., Nov. C At the opening of the New York state federa tion or Woman's clubs today there was a notable gathering of distin guished women who havo made their n.ark in the history of the state as their records can show. To this as sociation must be credited the main taining of worthy young women in the University of Columbia, Cornell, Medi cal college, Barnard, and Univer sity of Pennsylvania. The association has for a number of years pasL lent money to brilliant young women to pursue college studies and has strengthened and develop tho full re lations among college women. Among the distinguished women who took an active liart in the. llHsrvinllrm a-nm Jennie June Croly, known to the wo men or American ror more than a quarter of a century as the charming magazine, essay and fashion writer, Mrs. William A. Montgomery, Mrs. William Todd Holmuth, Mrs. Clarence nurns, sirs. .anresKa, Mrs. Charles IklW Mrs Phltln Parnuntn. 1 -c. u - , - 1 - 'v .... , , in i n . fj, C. Davenport. Discussions took place on mailers connected with women s work in life and the session which win lasi until tne night of the ninth hiici csstiiiiy inaugurated. AT THE OPERA HOUSE This evening, at tbe appear- ante of tbe Muhara's minstrels a at the opera house, tho election a returns will be received, and a read off for the information of a" a those present. a" Manager Mai son today had a V C00U mile greased wire, the long- " f est in the world, run into the t opera house, and a high-salaried t a operator will be on hand to take the news. This feat of running a a such a lengthy greased wire di- T a rect from the great election a 4 centers of today is simply "mar- velouH," but Manager Matson T$ was not to be "outdid" in the a matter by others In the city who a will use "special" greased wires a tonight, and ordered the Wes- a tern L'nlou force to get busy. a The manager, at 4 o'clock this a a afternoon, reported everything a a working fine, and, as a test, ask- a a ed Murphy, the New York 'lam- 4 a many chief, if be had conceded a a the election of liuglies over a a Hearst. Murphy failed to res- a a loud, but promised to give out a a bis opinion at the Minstrels per- ' a formanie tonight. Let every- a a Uxly attend. a Granted Him Only on Med ical Certificate of His Needs and Poverty. ELECTION OfIeW DOUMA CONSTANTLYJS DEFERRED Utile Count Boni's Lawyers Pro pose Vicious Attack on Anna Gould's Witness. London. Nov. 6. A dispatch from St. Petersburg today says General Stoessel, defender of Port Arthur, Is In such financial straits that he ap plied to a charitable Institution for wounded soldiers for assistance to en able him to employ a servant. The officers of the Institution, asked the general to produce a medical certifi cate showing that bis health required the services of a servant. ELECTIONS MIGHT BE HELD FOR OOUMA ON NEW YEAR. St. Petersburg, Nov. 6. The legali sation of the Octobrest and Regenera tion parties has been admitted la an official statement issued today. In the course of a lengthened explanation the premier lays the blame for the non Issuance of the order on a St. Peters burg police official who up to iae present was acting without consulting the authorities. According to the senators Interpretation of the election lists all being proceeded with, but doubt prevails as to whether the elec tions can be held before the end of December. Red tape, obstruction and a total disregard of the rights of the people prevail and Mr. Solkoff, who has been expatriated and now living in Berlin, states that with pressure the government could be forced to fix the elections for January 14, the Russian New Year. . COUNT BONI DAILY GROWS YET MORE CONTEMPTIBLE. Paris. Nov 6. Sensational develop ments are anticipated at tbe bearing of the Castellaine divorce suit tomor row. Convinced that all hope of re conciliation is gone forever, apparent ly it Is the intention of the count's at torneys to open a vicious attack on th witnesses of the countess. The hearing tomorrow will be private. ' 3. JI. Pegue, managor qt the Second, street stables of.W. L. T rimble & Co., who has been on the. sick list the past tew weeks, has neen attending to his nuties under difficulties tbe past few days, as he is still Buffering with a severe cold. CITY VOTERS EXERCISING RIGHT OF ELECTION SUFFRAGE TODAY Two Polling Places Crowded with Voters and Indications are City May Possibly Go for . Peopled Ticket Weather conditions iare favorable to the polling of a large vote. A hazy atmosphere concealed the sun In the early morning and somo of tue early voters got to shaking some with cold while standing in line waiting the tedious action of the judges and clerks and the numerous Interrup tions of the challengers. The sun dispersed the haze about 9 . o'clock and by noon those who stood in line were plenty warm. But no warmer than the election. The mills of the American Lum ber company were closed this morn ing at 8 o'clock to permit the em ployes to go to the polls and vote. The workmen had a holiday since ac tivity will not be resumed at the mills until tomorrow morning, , More people hung around the city polling places today than at any pre vious election in the annalg of Albu querque, and the scramble for votes was vigorous. However, the contest wus good natured. Up to until noon no disturbance of any kind bad taken place at the city polling places, and no drunkenness attended. Tbe sa loons were more strict in observing tbe closing law than In many years past and there was little evidence of this element taking part lu the election. Aside from tho rumble of carriages, back and forth, and the disposition on the part of a few to voice their pro tests against the slowness with which the vote was being made, the polls were actually quleL 1 A large vote was cast In precinct 26, with the fusion ticket long in the majority. The vote in precinct No. 12, as far as could be Judged, was about evenly divided. At 2 o'clock about 125 votes had been cast In precinct No. 5 (Hart-las), with a majority of about forty for the I republican ticket. I In precinct No. 13, old town, tho vote during the forenoon was at least four to one in favor of the peo-! pie's ticket, but during the afternoon ! the lumber mill vote came In and the! Inad of the people's ticket of lb I morning was cut down considerably. I'nofficial reports from the outside ' Publisher of Evening Stand ard Joins Great Majority at Close of Life's Work. WIFE OF FORMER WESTERN UNION PRESIDENT DEAD Man of Seventy Dies From Injur ies Received In Burning of Chicago Tenement New Bedford, Mass.. Nov. . Ben jamin Anthony, publisher of the New Bedford Kvealng Standard, died hen, today. ( PEPSIN GVMMAKER - LEAVES SEVERAL MILLIONS Cleveland, Ohio, Nov. 6. Dr.- Ed ward B. Beeman, one of the besC known men of this city and the maa ufacturer of pepsin chewing gum, dlert early today. He left a fortune of sev eral million dollars. OLD MAN DIES FROM RESULT OF CHICAGO FIRE. Chicago, Nov. 6. An aged man died! from the effects of the fire last night at 10 Pauline street, and five persons; were rescued from the burning build ing. Of these four were nearly aa old as the victim. One was blind and an other deaf. The Victim was William Ogden, aged 70. . 500 CERTIFICATES ARE . . ISSUED THIS YEAR Charleston, W. Va., Nov. - 6. Al though 500 more certificates -were Is sued this year more than in the pre vious year there Is still a great scar city of female teachers In West Vir ginia. Superintendent T. C. Miller of the educational department has an nounced that further examinations lor teachers will be held on the 16th and 17th of November. . Small pay and short service terras are said to be ac countable for the vacapcles.-, Open Big Furnaca. - Yokohoma. Nov.- 6. The dlrectora of the Hokkadio Tanko Railroad com pany today opened a monster Iron fur nace following the purchase of the road by the government!. The coala . of the tomptir-y'a tnAw- &rt wen oil ed for the manufacture of iron ami ' the locality of tbe furnace abounds in Iron sand which is calculated to, . contain 80 per cent of pure iron. The company states It will be able to sup ply iron for nil uses in the empire without faking a demand on any for- elBnounlTyr'''--"?"'" were received during the afternoon but nothing of a positive nature waa to be had. It waa stated that the re publican ticket was carrying all of the outside precincts but this could not be confirmed. Several arrests were made at Padillas, but the nature of the offense, of the prisoners was likewise unob tainable. Two republicans were arrested in Harelas and taken to Jail. Ihree deputy sheriffs are running the Barelas election In very much the same way they ran tho school elec tion last spring. It Is stated that a Judge at Barelas deliberately opened a ballot banded lu by a native voter, and the report la that this was done In several of the outside preclncta. From all appearances tho election was conducted with great propriety. Both local and outside election re turns will be received In the Andrews club rooms tonight and also at the republican headquarters, as well aa at the Commercial club and the Elks' opera house. Wires have also been run into several saloons of tne city, aaald-lllnlodliltloon The Santa Fe shops were closed at 2:30 this afternoon on account of the election and the shop voters deposited their ballots. At 3:30 o'clock this afternoon 815 votes had been cast In precinct No. 26 with an estimated majority for the people's ticket of 200. Ten minutes later 770 rotes had been cast in precinct No. 1J with aar estimated small majority for the rusion ticket. These estimates, however, may be very much wrong, as the voters are casting a "pocket" vote. They take the tickets offered them, as a rule, but cast ballots taken from their "pockets." This Is probably due to the fact that some do not desire to show their colors, while others were well supplied with ballots by mall. The tickets are badly scratched, and the judges and clerks will find sev eral hours of hard work after the (losing ,f the polling places lu counting lh, ballots.