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i Alh UaUEROJJE WEATHER hOKHCAi Omrtr. Colt.. Octjbsr 3 1 -Fair Tonight anl Sunday. TRAIN ARRIVALS No. 17-45 P' No 4 5.50 p. m. No. 7 10. 5 s p. m No. 8 6 40 p. m. No. 9 1 1.4$ p. m. e; get this; news first" IbugUEHOUE. NEW M KX1CO. SaTUKDA Y QUI OMKinU. llKia NUMHKll 2GI VOLUME 23. S.BL.REPIBEICAN RALLY TONIGHT DELEG WREWS' MAJORITY MATE FIGHTING THIRTEEN STATES IN THREE STATES 1UK tNUUlili VUltb TOVaECT ;0 4,000 VOTE! 10 s. V jr ill WILL END THE CAMPAIGN HERE WILL An Overwhelming Sentiment Existfran continue his Tour M Indiana but Bryan Has ir t . if h m i sn Mexico For the Alan Who Does Thin(j , and whose Efforts Indicate the Ear Admission of the Territory as a Stat Says Chairman Bursum in Conserv tive Estimate of the Result. of DEMOCRATIC VOTE Will BE CUT AWAY SOWN' BLHAUSE OF STATEHOOD QUESTION MOU The People Will Vote for the Man Who Has Accomplish More Than Any Other Delegate In the History of the rltory. Because They Realize He Can Do Aore In I. gress ltun an Untried Man Whose Rccoid in the I t tory Indicates His Unfitness to Represent the Ambllll: People of a Growing Territory. Who Demand the Rig of icif Government. '' ' Deserted tho Slate for Good. UUZNSE PARADE BY THE REPUBLICANS One Hundred Thousand M?n Pass In Review Before srurman and Koot In Niw York City Today All Candidates Are Busy Today, New Tork. Oct 31. New York. Inuiana and Illinois, representing el electoral votes, and still to be re garutd as doubtful states, were thti sa ri, s of tnal desperate f .gating on the last day of the wetk of Me pol.t- 1 Chairman H. O. Bursum'. forecast of the vote tor deUgate in the territory at the coming j 1 election on November S, 1904: Counties. Andrews. Laxiaaolo. Bernalillo ... 800 ... Chaves 400 Colfax 600 ... Dona Ana.... 400 ... Kudy COO Grant S00 Guadalupe ., ... 200 Lincoln 100 ... Luna 100 Mora 200 ... McKlnley ... 1.0 ... Otero ...... 200 ... Quay ... 00 Rio Arriba. . 300 ... Roosevelt ' 100 San Juan ' , . .. (0 ' Sandoval .... 100 ..." Santa Fe ..., 100 ... San Miguel.. tOO ... Sierra , 60 Socorro 600 ... Taos 400 ... Torrance .... 800 ... Union 300 ... Valencia .... 12U0 ... 7200 S0SO terrltoiy than any delegate liflta history, and whose effort for af.e- houd stem likely to result in I ho immediate admission of the terrl.y as a staid. Chairman Bursum arrived In querque today alter attending big tally at banta Fe at which gate Andrews, Governor Curry omer prominent men of the to were present, and which was ail ed by a record brtakng crowl cunta Fe voters. "This estimate is, if anything ervative," said Mr. Bursum. " the Democratic major! lea in C. Roosevelt and Eddy counties ma slightly Increased, t w.U not m ally affect the result. It will he le nd iry M- of Jtt- dle fea, 1- b. So corro, Sandoval. Valencia, Unlonhnd Taos counties, for I am confidonl tne Kf-pirb.tr tn majorltte. in those fun- ties will be even larger than eject ed. Otero and Santa Fe count el wl.l probably return laiger Repullcan majorities than the fgui.s llia.e given, while in Grant county I if nit believe the Democratic vote wfl be 30 greater than the Republlcarivote, though I have placed it at thai fig ure. I "San Miguel county will give slsub stantlal majoilly for And ews anl tie Republican ticket and we will Jr:-y San Juan county by a small vote. .In coin county la perhaps uncertainAp parently Larraz :o will recelfa a Delegate Andrews will carry NfWi1'11 majority there,, out th.fe s buiiiik stnumuui i ir Anarewa in a county and tlio re.-ult may tu.pil 0 the leaders of Democracy. "1 havo visited ev.rry section of the tir 1 ry and am nurprised at the strength of DeK gute Andrews. In eveiy locality Andrew ond stit'hoi-l is the BioRiitx of those who want to fee the territory progress and the In dications point, to un overwhelming majority fur thu Republican ticket." All Iho Rst. VM-h 319 tlec toral Votes' Will Gj lor Tii P. and Stu rnian. CUISNEliTw WILL G) REPUBLICAN Ohio and Ii dijna Arc Abo Safe tor K publicans While Monta na. K'nmcKy cud Nevada Are Put In trie Doubtful Ranks. Athens. O.. Oct II. A m nimuiu of lis voles to be cast by thirty ia a is claimed for Tatt and Siuimaa by Uen. Char.es H. urosvenor, ih "ttg i of Athen," in his political fo.e.aat mid nuolic today. Uen. (JrjoVnjr Ntjcraskan scs"tt3rfidwriung The List of Speakers Promises a Flood of Oratory, and a Businesslike State ment of the Things for Which the Party Stands in New Mexico-It Is the First Meeting of the Campaign Here and . the Voter Who Doubts Should be There. on the Wall and Out lints Reasons for lils failure. THIS Of liiiis HEJANIED Ml Soys Kooscvelt Is Not Playing l oir Wheel he Helps rafiai.d Ap pools lo the Volets to Elect Him and a Dt niocra tic Coi grtss, THE BEST SPEAKERS IN THE TERRITORY HERE 10 TAKE PARI IH IAST MEETING OF C.WIEK leal campaign, and on them Taft and M in Congress lor more than twen y Bryan today were forcing their con test, Taft contlnuer his tour otKew Tork. beginning at ElmlrvTnd enj- lng tonight at Rochester Bryan after a busy day yesterday In Ohio devoted today to Indiana. Kern also cam paixned In Indiana today. Ton:g.it Eryan will address a meeting In CM years. He. is Deuer Known, ouni, Ojt the prognoslicaior oi me xupue- i.cun party. Gen, Grosvenor concede thirteen states, with lit electoral vo.es, to van and Kern. He aa loukeu tho field over carefully and haj reatnea tne conclusion that conditions do not justify the prediction of a .atgr vote . k , I Ha Iliimn.ratlA tlltm DA. L n m itnni innnii. in raHW I lui .tiv .m.ww.w-w VOB. """""J " r " . .l a night meeting to Kingston where Grosveuor forecast would b u -Governor Hughes also speaks tonlgnu complete as a product on of Uaml--t u. on other, of the in- without the ghoau The Giovenr Plurality for Andrew", 4.150. Mexico by not less than 4,000 votes," Is the way Chairman II. O. Bursum otf the Republican territorial com mittee, and who has managed the campaign, sumniarza the rerult. Chairman Eursum has visited ve.y county and found throughout tlie territory u strong sentiment among the voters to return to Congress thi man who has secured more for the ROCKEFELLER TALK A TRICK KITort to Miiko Voters Relieve tavurs Taft Huh Failed. Ho ROOSEVELT PREDICTS DIG VOTE TOR TAFT lie YV.II (lurry a-i Many SlHten a. Did the Mirrimuus One; Washington, Oct. 31. Following up the statement ls-med last night from the White House regarding the an- I nouncf tnent made by Rockefeller of ' his preference for Taft, a second i statement Issued today is as follows: i "Thn president has received nu-i nu rim letters ami telegrams showing I this tilck.pf Rockefeller, and dub;-le.-s any agreement with the Demo cratic party will fall absolutely. It l-i Self evident on face, a Taft has said. that If Rockefeller really wanted him elected he would have kept qui- t ' snout it and that he has cume out for 1 M?. as belni? the way In which hoi i, damnse tilm mo.-t." The following te.egram waj alsj ' made public: j "Clove'atnl, Oct. 31. The Prenl-; dent: Th'.' liibor vote will not be do- i celved hy llo . kefellei s polit cal tri k. 'e will tu-y h m with Tom Johnson. Cuyahoga toiinty i- ti" af' ly Repub lican s the .jra'o i t UiI a d trie el'-ctoill police. A. L,. Failkner. . rel(ient of the Window Gla- Work a of America. At lthura Cornell, 10; I'ennsyl- MACK STICKS TO IT. venia State. 4 New York, Oct. 3 . -Chairman j At West 1'olnt Army, 0; Prince, .lack In a statement to lay regarding j ton, 0. sldent Itoos, ve't's denial of (he! At Annapolis Carlisle 16; Navy 6, , .t ons het.vien the a lmln'-tratl n j At Cambridge, Mass. Harvard, 6; anl !tan la-.l Oil. dedared that h Hrowu 2. "had pot. live proof t!at for t n Cays ( At Chicago Chicago, 7; M.nnc negot'ations have be. n gnlng on b- ' sot a, 0. tween tl'.e 'i'a't ninnicr r arid the A IMttsl.urg rennsjivan'a, 23; Standa'd, t.i t the urpnrt of Ft.n- Carnegie Technlcnl 0. daid people a'l over the coun'ry -.in I i A. Madison Wisconsin, 9; Mar to get a contribution of Jl.OOn 00 ), qi'ette, 6. which Is the fm amoont they jravo j A' Ann Arbor Michigan, 14; Van- dirout, 6. Washington, Oct. 31. On the eve of election Presldi nt Roo eve t ex. presses himself as natisf.ed tliut Taft will be elected ly an overwhelming vol'-. The predldint Is conti ieriMe of a politician himself, and when it! cumua t.j knowing how the ceunr-y will vole he Is about as near right as any of the forecasters. 1 He fays that Taft will cany as many tates as ha did in Uul and that Taft will have as many or nio:e elcctoial votes as he got. netting here U 7 and 8 to 2 In j Taft's favor and even at tuat there' la litile liiyan money In i .i Bryan continues to appeal throuah the pre. for campaign fund, but the rtturna apparently do not niak; It worih wh'l.-. dependence party will speak at a meeting in Carnegie hall in this city tonight. Debs Is touring Wisconsin. Chafin will speak at Chicago, while Watklns. his associate, addresses a meeting in Detroit. Thousands W.ll Parade. New Tork. Oct II. New Tork awoke today to witness one of the laraest political parades In Its His tory. According to estimates given out, between sixty and one hundred thousand men will pass In review a the Worth monument betoi Sherman and Secretary of State Root before o'clock this afternoon. "Arranged bir'th Business Men Republican association, the parade it intended to be the last great Impetu of the Republican campaign in th eltv. Rear Admiral Coghlan. retire will be grand marshal and othe nrnmlnent Republicans ae deslj-nster to It ad the forty-three divisions. Tin formation of the parade began on to- side streets before 10 o'cl-'ck tn morning and the spectators brgan l seize vantage points along the line ci march early In the day. BOTH HEADQUARTERS ISSMMIHIf', Democratic and Republican Manager at Chicago Tell of Election Results. Chicago. Oct. II. At both th Democratic and Republican hea Quarters In this city today state ments summing up their claims wet Issued. John Lamb, In charge the Democratic headquarters claim ed 295 votes safe for Bryan. H placed 110 votes In the doubtful col iimn and admitted that 78 votes o six statet were safely Republican William Hayward, secretary of th ReLUbllcan national committee. In s gned statement admitted only fou doubtful states Nevada, Montana Colorado ar.d Missouri. Colorad and Montana are reasonably safe foi Taft. he said. ITayward also claim ed New Tork, Ohio and West Vlr- gin'a an 1 says that any doubt con etrnlng Kentucky and Maryland Is all In favor of Republican victory. He said: "The Drairle states west of the forecast has come to be & necessity in Congress as well as presidential campaigns. Uen. Urosvenor places Kentucky Montana and Nevada In th douuUul column. New Tork. Ohio and Ind ana ure classified aa Repub.lcaa beyond doubt. 'Kentucky la " doubtful ana yet honeful." Oea. Grosvenor deolario. Montana is a likely to go Kepuou- jan as it la Democratic. "Bryan cannot by any reasonable possibility be elected without both I" liana.. and. We w Tork.".. sa o uen. irosvenur. "h ? e'tvbn sf'y tepublican w'rirlvacr. f-'rtast ae election "OI th Kepuoucaa presi lent.al candidate. Here are the states, with tbelr vot na strength In the electoral coliego hat Oen. Grosvenor claims for Tatt nd Sherman alifornia oiorado Connecticut Delaware ... Jaho II noU ndlana iwa .ansae .arylanl .lalne ascarhusetts ichigan unnesota ebiaska ew Hampshire ew Jersey ... ew York .... orth Dakota . hlo i.egon Ralph C. Ely. Governor Otero. T. B G-itron and J. D Sena Will Make Short Addresses and a .Musical urogram Will Fill In Between the Sreeches-Voiers and Their Families Are Invited to Attend and Learn iho Truirt About Statehood From the Men Who Know Conditions Under Which it Can be Secured. Winchester, ind., Oct. ii. Bryan Governor Curry. Delegate Andrews. Ralph E. Twltchell. In winding up his tour of the eat. today made publ o an appeal to the public He starts west tonight d will reach Nebraska to vote and awa t the retuins of the elect. on. His ap peal laued here today tays: "As the campaign maws U a ciose certain Issues stand out cleaily. T..e Democratic party attempts to Inaug uiaie an era of honuaty in politics by compelling the publ.iai.on of cant pa.gn contributions be. ore the eieo- ,i..n. It u..k in hnnif Iha savern . ih, i, . , urin1 That W. H. Anarewe ana me itf cuuves mis lerrnory nu ever the election of United States senator publican ticket from top to bottom Governor Otero's address waa thsv by direct vote; It seeks to tor. Wl . eIected ln cottty, by a ..- - - win "make" a prt't? 'ord rd duHng th. pesent ca-up'algn. He sl;e; it seeks to reconcile labor and this afternoon., when hundred of dealt with facta and figures and spok capital by legislation which will bilng people gathered at the court nouse, ; ji"""' '""'-t.v employer and employe together .n co- j qi,j Albuquerque, filling it to over- operation. a..d to thU end propose, a & fif h blggest and most secn tary of labor ln tne cabins; aa . ,. ,,.. ..... amenument to the anti-trust law "'"' iiyu ... . which will exclude labor oiganiza- held here. tlons from the operation of tnat law; , Delegate Andrew, and statehood a limitation of th. writ of Injunction war. cheered at .very mention and so that it will not lue In laoor d.s- there waa Increased applause .very Dutes unless conditions are such as time the nam. of big Bill Taft was to Justify an Injunction even If there apok.a by th. orators. war. no laoor dispute, and a trial by v 6norUy tut o'clock, a party of jury ln cases of Indirect contempt ol Mveral nundred prominent voters of court. the county assembled at Republican "It seeks to secure legislation which headquarters and marched to th. ho ar Ul insure bank depos.u; It seeks a tel Alvarado, headed by a band. At reduction of tariff by gradual .tepa ha hotef Chairman GilUnwater uutil the tariff law. a. no long r and " memnara of th. local central liti Ihi Interest of th. few at th. ex- commute. together with other, pense of th. many. . prominent in party and business f Th. Democratic party. In other Iain jn Bernalillo -ounty. called upon words, seeks to secure honesty in th. delegate and his party, government through an honeat policy Mr. Andrew, and th. member, of and a popular government through his party were .snorted In carriages direct .lections. It appeals to th. to Old Albuquerque. Th. band p re awakened conscience of th. nation ceded them and they were followed and th. sense of Justice .n human by several hundred mounted for dultg ate to Congress, tor the man ner In which the latter had injected the race question into th. present campaign.. "What kind of meat has this Cae sar been eating, that he attempta t raise the race question in New Mex ico T" said Governor Otero. "We ar all New Mexicans Just th. iame aa Miasourlans are Missourians, the same as the people of Kansaa ar. Kansaua, th. sama aa the peopl. of On o ar Ohioans, nd th. came as th. peopl of Colorado are Coloradoans. Larrsv solo la not a native of New Mexico. He was born ln Chihuahua. Mexico, H says let a native go to Washing ton so that th. people there may ' what a natlv. la like." """ ' Th. speaker then i.ook up a 'psrer and read the name of a doau a prom inent natives who had represented the territory of New Mexico In CongreiM,, r Including Antonio Joseph. Governor Otero then discussed the - work they hsd done ln Congress. He hearU and to th. growing desir. tor who acted a. an escort of honor. A " "A ' h.i thw had not brotherhood. Mr. Andrew, wa. about to enter a omp .ch and what they had not With a Democratic victoiy for the carriage, he waa given a hearty " ol .."."IT. national tlcaat, a jjemocrano vua- rouna or applause, irum m, iuur gress and with the moral f-Tte of a spectators. Th. procession was sev DODUlar verdict I bellev. we can in- eral blocks In extent and the dele- due the Senate to yield to tn. tl- gate, and HI. campaigners were ire- , pressed will of the people AO. permit quently cheered along th. rout, of H. thet very pointedly Indicated that as men) of education, ability, honesty and statesmanship, they wer. far the su perior of the Democratic candidate. who does not even pay taxes on nas 'ennsylvanla thode Island outh Dakota Itah ermont .... Va-hington . . .Vest Virginia .Vlsconsln . . . FOOTBALL SCORES Mls.-ou'l river, as well B Wyoming L,)ulsi.ina I'tah and some moun'a'n states, and , Mississippi all the Taclflc cost states, are sure ly Republican. There has never been any rfal doubt In the minds of anyone about Illinois WUeonsln. Michigan or Iowa. Bryan will cer tainly lone his on state. Personally I never doubted about Indiana." In Lamb's statement the following states alone are admittedly Repub lican: Maine, Massachusi tta. Michi gan, New Hampshire Pennsylvania end Vermont. He places the follow ing In the doubtful column: Call f rnla, Connect cut. Delaware Idaho, Illinois, Iowa Minnesota, North Da kota, Rhode I;ljn1, Utah, Washing ton. Wisconsin and Wyoming. iV tt." P.rt7 accompaVyln. land, and other effect. H. j "Th. Democratic party offers the the delegate, who arrived on th. '"""'T?' ' ...l'; :.' "ji. only nrosoect for remed al legisiatt n 1-mlted from Santa Fe today are: accomplish, were to WW fcar- " and whll. it doe. not do as aom. r.- Kx-Gov.rnor M.guel A. Otero. Chair- raaoio wnen aucn men as ' Ifo.mer. would like to do, a Dem- man H. O. Bursum. Col. G. W. Prlch- Joseph, the late M. A. Otr H. "au ? victory will secure a. much re- ard. Jos. D. Sena. Levi Hughes. R. others had failed to .ecur. statehoocV ST r thTul'nnVa .CraE'y' & UM" T. " ." .tf-Sl "iwo reTght'tnerefoto eTpeci "xhe crowd ambled ! CU AlbV ' d !the co-operation of those who favor querque enti.ely filled the large court a'1 men. r6ardle or ' the reforms aet forth ln our platform, room on the aecond floor of the court Port Andrews and statenooa. ii "Th. attempt to terror... the house and extended Into the lobbies, governor aptly said It wa" n American voter by the threat of a People sat In the windows and many proportion but a question OI panlo has not succeeded. We have stood on th. stalra to hear the speak-i DUlnes"- . n bad three panlca In forty-eight ycari era. Gov. E. 8. Stover op.ned the I lJ there wa. a tin """-o-11873. 1893 and 1H07. Two of the,, meeting, after the First Regiment -ed In Congress by Mr. Lltln m came under high tariff and each waa band had played a selection of march "'nator. from. , ooto 1 unier a Republican president music. Clerks In the downsta r. of-, O'"0' ""r-fa ".n;la tf be! II "Taft aays there will be a panic If flees left their work to attend th.i "do. b " 'or r' 'l am elected. When he say. that a meeting. Delegate Andrew, opened ""J bf !f! Democratic victory w.ll bring a panic WB a well timed address, tel Ing of Elk'". ndBM.r;r P,t"e Xl t. nS tb. IU. .... ii when I sav hi. wrir in pnn,r.u rBardin meai. working together. The bill to nwas oilowina states, with a total of Hi " " ' " , . . .... ., u. ..J. i , !,,.,. Colorado a state came up nrst, ann by!fuii vitiimii xattinir for a Democratic: tn New Mexico. He also save a re- virinrv I mala a fact that cannot b; ..mie of the urov'flcns of ti e state- dlaputed. ihood bill, show ng the piM.ple what tanla UP "Our platform prisentJ a plan for ' the pas."age of the bill meant In the th. restoration of prosperity upon a way of providing schools for the r permanent basis, a propenty n children. Frequent applause Inler- wliich all will sharo. The It publl- rupted the del. sate during his speech, can party has no plan that contem- paitlcularly when he told why he hud plates either present relief or perm i- taken pride In securing pens ons fjr nent and continued welfare of tne tie nat ve soldiers of the war of 1881- people. The Republican candidate has 1865. Delegate Andrews has secured a prestige that comes from the fact pensions for more than 1.000 native! Total According to Gen. Groaveiior lectoral votes, will be carried bryan and Kern: vldbaina lrkanad loii.la , jcorga I. souri N'oith Carolina Oklahoma . . . . ou h Carolina Tennesssee Texas Vlrg.nlu Wyoming .... u t 11 9 10 IS II 7 II 18 11 I HOW TO VOTK. Total 15 Continuing, Gen. Grosvenor sayi; "At oho time 1 regarded Indiana as doubtful. However, I have Ju t r tuined from a week'. ca-.as In thst state and now classify It as safely Republican. "So I estimate In cnelu-on th it ,'u Taft wll! have 31 el' toral votes. I h;ive no fear tMnt h i elec toral vote can fall b'low a victory. "It Is a 1 ttle ear'y to shout, but my in lll. H' 00 and 1904.' e . Inclination is to at kat experiment If you want to know how to cn th b adirm feitures cf the Jollifl v vote, be sure and attend the b g ; cation." mass meetl ig at th- Elks' op- ra. "Kven now." he cKitinu' d. "theri hrin.e toniglit. The 1 sue in t'nl , are more than the u uil number f ranipi'pn will be dlscuwd by w doubtful s-at.. anl greater uict- some of the best sP 'Ske-s In Ne ta'ntics than I have f iun I n fore- Mexico. Special aecommo 'at'ons ranting tho result In recent pres'den- hive been arr,"n"el for the la- I tial years." was paesed by a Republican Con gress. When the New Mexico bill Mr. Patterson got up an opposed It. That Is what the Derao cratlo party has done for Nw Mex ico. We want statehood and we will get It If we send Mr. Andrews bacar to Congress. President Roosevelt told me In Washington that he want ed to sign the bill before he 1 ft the Whit. House In Msrch." Rig Meeting Toulglit. I that his party is In power. Hi na soldier. He nald tnat it gave a Tne laa es are especially invueu w l the aid of an army of office holders. Hepublican congreus pleasure to pass attend the Republican rally tonight land he has the support of all tne goeclal bills for nat.ve sol iers be- a the Elks' theater and . provision monopolies and law destroying tru-it. tauo of their pitrlotism to the flag has been made tor their comfort. A He has a large campaign funl. the of their country. He said that when musical program will be g.ven in aa tource of which his commit t e refus' war broke out, there were on'y 8,',0u0 dltlon to the peeches by well known to disclose, and most of the leading 1 people In New Mexico, but Pi evident orators and U-aJeis of the party in newspapers are with him. Unro n felt a gn at anxiety about who this territory and the meeting prora- "I Insist that It Is not fair for the these people would take up arms for. t,tj tu u the mos successful of the president to use hU office, the ofrice When the call for troops came there cemutgu. The Duke City band will which belongs to the people, as if It were four bodies of rail e troop pin;, and Mrs. C. A. Frank will sin was a pirty asset, and to enter ao-i banled together under the Stars anil solo. lively Into the carnp-aign. It offends stripes, two from the montiins and The speakers for tonight are the a s-n?e of Justice and ought to arouse two from the valley. And these ns best In the territory and tho Issues . - w.ii.... .1.. . ... ui. j I 111 t,. nicunlud tnnlrhl thpt a prorest irom inu.e w no ui uevc i live iroopg w'ere a i;e i t - win w the Union, wh n they nam d in nan ne er ucioro urcu prtscu.cu Confederate troops at l!or eta and the voters of Albuquerque. The prln saved Fort Union. the northwest clpal addresses tonight are to bo states and the Pacific coat. .made by Mr. Twltchell, Governor Gov Stover rail ex- (i v. Ote'O Curry and Ralph C. F.ly of Deming. CIJ'ARIXG HOUSE JIAXKS. and his father, me lato si a. v-. , ,. 1 .. ,r" . 71, v.i r,. i Tk. Ken nt ful trliiit.s as retires nauves nni ii i. . rnent of clearing house banks for the 'of the native people, week shows that they hold 3JE8.- He iald that he had met the f.ith 125 more than the requirements of er forty years ago at Top.kt. Ka.. the 25 per cent reserve plan. This and knew him pf s .eal'y u iiil h i inerensa nf 1709 lis In th. death. He ha 1 k'.own tne B"n rioc s. lection of a cnier execuiive snuui i ,ie by the people, who xhould be free to choose whom they please. "WIi-MAM JKNX1NGS BRYAN." dies and there will be a musical HU conclusion that Taft and Sher 1 in i. . i . . i. .. w . ... t la an W Iiroram. in;ill will ur ripvicu vy a li'-vy .w.w, - . n a a Vi .died .M t.e foi.n.i . N'ovem- proportionate cash reserve a. com- he was a young mm and coin.lm nt- v berltobe substantially corr- ct. pared with Ust week. ed him as one of the t-t chief exe- known orator ef the territory. Gov ernor Otero and J. D. Sena. The list of speaker is the best promise of success. All the speeches will b short so that the meeting will not last all night. Meeting beg pa at o'clock.