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AI1UQUEKQUE EVXXIlfO XBKALD. TUIfPAY, MOVSMBII, 14, 1911.
FATE TO JURY'S Self Defense the Flea pet Up By Xan Accused ef Deliber ately Killing "His Brother-in-Law., . INFANT CHILD FIGURES LARGELY IN TRIAL Tho (rial of Thomas A. Inilty, c Homed with tho murdor ot lila brother-in-law, 'John A. Hlgglus on i he evening of March 7 last, will lie i oiieliidcd. n far a ovldciire, a-u-mi'tii niul Ilia Instructions ol tlto court nn Mincemed by fi o'clock this niter noon. All inorulhg tho ntlimwye liuto been In urguthtint, present ins intir iewa nttil constructlm; for tlit Jury logical chain of events tram thu cvlilcnco IfcaillHfr, however, tu widely dlft'iCM foj!Ciilos, The prosecution, whoso argument was opened by" A. it. JtoberUon, spo cjuI prosecutor retained by tho rpla tlvet ot tho dtnd man, took tho alalia Hint tho killing of JUgglns, which Is admitted by InBlcy, wu premeditated unit dfiscrvliij? of tho heaviest punish ment In (ho power of tho law fa lvc. M. .1 Mctlirinncss, assistant district attorney, spoke slang thin lino also, liotli tho yoiia men rondo good ud ilnea which gavo promise ol tho better things thby might do later when inoro ripened In legal practice. Tho defense upheld throughout tlio contention of ilf defense which In ley Indicated In his story upottho Htdtid taut nlcht. .1. A, Miller opened for tho de'ienso and lined uti hour nnd ten mlnuttm ot tho time allotted that ildo or the epic. Ho wiik followed by K. I Medlcr, who muds n strong nnd eloquent pica for tho freedom of Insley, on tho ground of self defento. lie pictured vividly the stress ot tho fatal nlgtit, when InUoy Hf his babo ahout lo ho owopt roiH his arms ana taken by (ID mother ami her brother fnr beyond his reach: ho aHwed tho brutality ot tho blow driilt. Itmley by lllgtlns, unit lie sumHfed tt tho evidence Intro duced by the defense to thteo polntJ, lint, that HIm had been found dead In tho Insley stero with a hold In Ida head; second, that insley had boon found In tho hack part of tho atoro, and third, Mrs. Innley bad run -up tho direct. Ho also pictured tho paternal lovo Inky bore tho baby which figures ao largely In tho case, allowing that tho first nrtlcultito words Instoy had spok . .uiB-alUrtlw yvMtil lutt-Wm-reltttlvQ to his child. v District Attorney Klock had olio hour and a half to speak when ho began his closing speech for thu prosecution at a quarter of threo. It Is expected that tho court's instruc (lotto to thu jury will not oscttpy moro lhati half nn hour. In this event, tho ease will bn In tho hands of tho Jury by & o'clock. After n term of many hours on tho witness stand Thomas lnaty'a atorv of bin killing John A. Hlgplmi hint March rould not bo nhaken. Insley was placed on tho atnnd priority bo fon 4 o'clock. He remained (hero unlit after 10 o'clock, when his crow exumtnutlpn by the prriaccutlon wn flnlidied ill the aeaalon taut night, Insley put up the plea of self do. feiue. and his Mary, as he told how ha wna cowed by u lurger man, and (it what he claimed mortal tear, Mumled very corivlriclni; as hn lllus tinted every point with gestures dnd ndmlttejl In ao iiiuny words that ho had eho( his bfolher-ln-luw. Insley made no dental of (he morion of funi lly troubki, lAntMid, lie admitted them. Ho admitted his quarrel with Htjjslns, In' fact ho admitted every thine th nronecutlon hutt net uu hgnluit him ibtcept tha actual pre luctlltaltoii of the tthootltiK, Itisley told tlie atory of tho even- JUS" of the iihijotlHK In n manner which well llluittrntcd hU clalma ol self defettne.' h Ho )nkii his reella by tcllltm of trouble with tilx wlfu over ehuitRlnK tlio ilamp clothea tho buhy iiHtt on. IIo tolil or hla wife angrily flounclnu from the room, say ins a r)"e went, "Oil. dumn you,- I'll fix you," and of his ubiuentiy Kwin to the store, taking the Infant ov.t which they had quarreled With htm. IIo told of his wife's return to the tore, ami lxr demand for money to mtenn tno picture snov, a thtiiK over which h Admitted for mer contentions. Then ho (old of he comma of his wife and her broth r. of n threatening vesture and speech, timely to him by HlKitlpi, ot the lnttcni' vVou j- !-u rs trjiOK to niaxe trouble an tho time, wo want the kev and we wont he baby una we're goln to ,havo them. Then ha (old. with nilnuto alien- (Ion ti detail, of the babv'a frlihl. nwd or'lntr when the unary voices were ht-urd, titnl of lllgglns knocking Mm down and atrlklnR him again After he rose, standing over him with ins right nonii ixitimi mm. Then the accused man. bluntly and with out any irctnor In his voice, nindo lh (KlmlMlon upon which bancs his life us oil a liulr: "I picked up tho gun standing In tho 'sfMce astitliUt the wall and wheeled around and let him have It Wien MIli(faM, my Wife crcam imI out, 'Oh, papa, whot mado you do lir I 'It Vus either him or hie. dear, RHd 1 am looking nut for myself, I sttot because I thought In my Iwrt Mwt h would kill mo the west Ismssi K 1 fMH't.' " luliur m ls4tt. Islfy contln tied Ma frtoT, trHC his wife's frsntlo effort to ssnwmH sulcMe by swallowing caalis t potaMdutN tnM a Isi Ik Msir t Ik store, after Ho h4 ax (ares irt kill ktf, Tkf. mrami wi Ills wife, tmAff saM, ttM UH was tllscbtirgcti mKsM, SMiRtsw rhs, an4 NSLETS BE IN HANDS V 10WK hole n the wall, shown in the pic ture.; Kvldcei'e wna lntrodiicul hhnwlng that JIIkrIi, had irh called from Hie sitpptT table In the I .on Angclns rostaiiritnt, where he boarded, liy his eluter on a In- night of tho nhootlnK. lli". Htm, i riiprlt'lnr ,r the plan , tmtlflcd I lot I lllnfflllft illil not scpiii miuii hurrlwl or roti'lted ly the call from his elittrr, n tip tmik time lo flnlnli eating and to roll a elgorvtte before accOnfitiiliyinit bar. .Mrs. IniW nllml to the atand but the ('hurt aimtained a motion from the detenu-, citing the Inws Ijreit prottltk'd n wifV icetlfying uimfniit Ikt tHijbninl. Hlin wills ix-rliii-ll. with i1llite relter ouher imrt. ThrUKhntttlnfd)'a dorr of killing IUk brothHT-in-Mw his infant )itid played ariAUld Its mint nlid grnnd moiltw lnli Hie riitllhK1 ot (he court rcHsm. Innley toht lit rale im ir he imrd the ulntor of tlti (loud mini vry iicnrt. i was rore-a to nilinit, "U' 1 ... ., ro.a .snmlnatlon. that he l.mt o..-nl'"f ft "Hhrlners' Mwa" wn, dlneii mnrrli d three times previounlv, nnd i Hint nil v f . illVi far i ',(1 win were a h knrw. till DRAMATIC BEADING Reverend Mark Wayne WiU liams Will Render Story of 'Jfeheniiah" On Tomorrow Night, Mont ni"'i, rntsrtulnltift and highly dmmritie will be the monologue ren dition of tho lllblleal lory of "None mlnh" tomorrow ovenlnK In tho (lold and llroadway eliuroh by Itev. Mark Wayne William of Milwaukee. The dromatlsntlon of thin atlrrlng atory la the work of Itev. .Mr. Williams and promise to be n trent. lilstrlonlc and musical, fri.ught with tho sensational thrllU that can only bo inspired by a mighty theme nnd n mauler Imperson ator. Intersporslnu thr nnrrntlon will be dcrlitlvii voeni number epeelally bdupted to tho drama. These num bers will be rounded on the nwijetitlo old KiikIMi hymns nnd wilt be miiir & DEViNE by n quartette compoed of Mra. Itayjk, J. Wellington Iloylo of Utlcii. Now rtoruff. Miss Margurct muUtlln. Mr. i York: Norman de Ilnrr of Oklahoma: Chnrles Amlrpwa nnd Mr. Ormshy with Mr. Hlniiley preldlrtg rt the ano. It Is likely tin. email ebureli will be crowded to overflowing when the recital of tho drama begin nt eight MESILLA VALLEY IS AJVlntt iU iJUUSJ. . Iteneucd i:ffor(a to AtlverlUo IVrtllo Spot IU-1'.ik Mmlo by 1m Cnutx HUkliicw .tlrn anil Uto Wires. Tony A. Fcrlet, one of the roal live wlrea from the Meelllu valley, was In tho city this morning, eonferlng with I Hecretnrv II. II. Honing of the bureau ' oi immigration on mo iw-i imcnnn or boosting tio Hcrlno-Anthony-i4ii.rru ces section or the Hlo nrnnde valley, .Mr. Kerlet said that the btislneem men of Las Cruces were nottlng ready to do ome extensive boosting work, e peclnlly In the line of getting tho farmers ltiterted In tho chamber of commerce work, lie also told of an, oiivertlMtng envelope which haa been put out nnd which Is having n wldo sule In tho Herlno.Authony wectlon. This envelope bitir n red heart nnd' iho euption, "the heart or tun Mesuiix alley," tho heart being located tlbon n map of the country In that district, Its center list ol Anthony. JtORTUARY. The funeral acrvlees over the re inhlns of D. 11. Thomas, who died here recently, Will take plnco In French & Lumber's chapel tomorrow afternoon nt 2:30, tho llev. Hugh A. Pooper nfflelntlng. Interment will bo In FnlrvloW Cemetery. CHANGE IN WOMAN'S LIFE Ma Safe by Lyn E. Pinkham'a VKtaMe Cow poo ml. 0 mni tori lie VL ''! wan rwsslntr through tho Chatigoof I.lfontiilsuiroreil rroin norvoiunesi nun timer nuiioyiiig syiunuiins, iiiki t can truly an Voir t " . - IKjuml has proTGd teohl to inn, as It. null 1 IUUUDUI1UI Ul awl gtronrfth. I lover forgot tt toll m frlruila what Lydla E. f inkhnm f WMmm Vee9Coinioiiml Imsdoito fonrio.ln the city, durlnjr this tryltiir tnirlod. C'oippleto Thp local restoration to health inraiis so nuicji Imect this evi 10 uic iimv tor vno kiku vi hiiiit !in tir ing women I mn willing to mnko wy trotiblo pnbllo ho you timy piiblliik this ktkr." MitH. On as. JUhclav, K.P.D., Urwilto villi), yt. Jfo okr Mctlicitio for woman's Ul Iim ttMwlvcd bwIi wklo-sjircnil and tin. ifuaUsM efi(UirCM)iit So other iam( ieim w know; of has hucIi h reeufit f ym h8 f.ydla , Jinkham'n Veneillo Cou))qtui4 For mow than 90 years it iuts m urine wouWirs ill such as iiirtAww. ttoR. uicefftrimi, lUirolH tumors, I rests niftilUss. iseriotlio jvtliw atxt uenssste jseostriitios, a4 (t is wieqiMMHfi foe Mrryfate woiiwt nafuly UirtMagl sbsj BtriM C sit ot Ui. yyiliMiii, aA Jftm, COMMITTEEMEN .11 THE CITY Tnlks InUrHtlngly of PLxns for GRthertiig-Blace for Nobles of the Entire Coun try. Tin plan of th. fast Imperu: I'u l ntut Kred ,. Hlties of Ux Angrles, ed in an Jnlereatlng manner today by J. WrllliiKlnn Hi)ir it Ntw York, a member of the cummtttv on Inveatl- nstln and loeatluu for a gathering' vUvk ot that aharuetar for all the. noiiien of tha eduiitry. ilr. linyii paused through her- u i .if California Limited, bound lor fan Hlego, where he w'lll ppvuii in- win-t'-r lie was i-ccoinpuhled l Ma if "At the lnt sculun uf the Imper ial counbll in ltoeheitur. N Y., the thsn ritlrJng potentate, rred A. Hints or 'jh Aliglen, Incorporated In his ruort, a auggedlun that u pure be solMted somt'wiiere In tho country tu form a Mecca tor all Hhrlncr. Vuu know, thero la no plave In Ihn country, no city large enough to nccommodnte the ttmurands of Hhrlners who nlteud the natlunal gutherlnRS, untexi It bit a tolirMt retort out of the tourist ecn son. The need of it aultnhle plsre for the nntjonnl meetings has long been felt. Hvtn In places like Jtochceter, nccomnioitatlotift wrro so scarce that the Nobles were subjected to ubomln uble estortlous, room being rentod at llvo and nix tlmci their actual value, and similar prices being the rulo elxe w hcr. "The eutnioll approved the augges Hon mnilf by Mr. lllncft, nnd ti com milire of live men wan appointed to Invfstlgato the project and sec If wu fou id hit upon a suitable locution. This committee wn cnmpnueil ot tho followlns rred A. Hlnei of Lo Anno. (leorse V. MeCdndlesa of TMttabure. pl-'und Krnnk C. Knundy of IMtlaburc. "Hoon nfler Its iitnintnlnit nt. tli committee, a gueet of tho Pero Mar. fiutt railroad, were taken up on tho Michigan coant near the town ot nititrlcvolx, where a. situ was shown thm for the (imposed Hhrlneri' town- Dm, 5.000 ncn.ii of In ml llicr would be given. n welt n practically $100,- oon In money, If thi-y would butd their Mecca on thut epot. Now Uto pnn Is that of the hundrcd-and-odd tempUa in tlio country, every ono which would build n temple house, a. nrt of club houno for the members, m that ground, will recelvo a plot f live or ten acre of ground. Then every Noblo who would build a bung nluw. totting, nay, live or tun hundred dollar, will receive np aero or two. In that way n tnwnhlp would bo formed, compound jolcly or Hlirlnors and their famllloii. There in no obli gation upon the Khrlnera except to constitute that location their Mecca, Tho town of Charlevoix offered tn uuiid the electric light lines out to the elte, as well as the atreetn, water. mains and ei wers. The whole tlilna Is given airnnly becaune of the benefit threo gnut railway systems, nnd tho town of 1'hiiTb-volx osnect to derive trrtm Hi tralllf of the Noble to their Mecca, and the benrtU of their IMng und doing their buying in Charlevoix. "Now that l the scheme which the ccimmlltee will prenent to the Imper ial council when It meets." Mr. lloyip u himelf a prominent past mauler of tint order, and Is eo retar)1' of the Mecca committee. lie Is alio chairman or the JurUprurienou, and Ian committee of tho order, and has been given tho "twenty-one yoar honor.'' MANY GIRLS WRITE LETTERS TO ED. GREEN .Mrs. Hetty Otvett Think That Joke Aro (Virlcd Too I'ar in Itiunl to tlio llatrlmonkl IWIbllllhi or Her Hon. (Hr r.tcnfiut llernfri ,. I'. Leaned Wire) New York. Nov. U. Mr. Hetty Onen tut) a her son, Cot. Kdward II. Urreti, u not fiol'ng baak to llvn In Texax. nt tc-ait not ' until ie wants to. "Thl tory that tiuyjcrnor Colquitt Is ifolng to order him back becuuiio ho necda hlin on hla ifaff Is nonsem-e," khe declared. "KI con go back If ho wants lo, nnd I can go wherever I like. I'm a great traveler myself mid 1 don't mind It." i Itegurdlng her son'a matrimonial pronpeotn, Mrs, Urecll added: Tlinru nru 11 lot nf uonii.it u'rltlni; in, truly any that t.. i:d nnd going to the hotel und try ydin L. 1 inkliam i mg ti ace him, but ho don't see thorn eguUblQ torn- ud ,ioqi, not wnt to. lfa nil a Joke, ' f'MH at H ISIS JUIV DIIt vn n Piy m dko when you hwvo Vf.kt-lr in rXMMQKAIM. i - I O. F. Murray Of Hodaee. who la wait ' known here, U spending u fcrf days lodge ot Heavers will entng ttt their lodgo rooms nt S o'clock. Isaac Itarth, who has keen confined tu hla bed for tha pt few days, owing to his notlvrHe rececMBR the election, la about recovered and will be About In a few dsiys. (leorgo HlmsM t4 F, F. Hall, two local nlmros, fKtariwd from tho mountiiM sfrsfey. ssxt report Hint they succeed tu Isrtftg-lR homo four bis wild I. M, Isstrr, advertising agent ot the lyisassiHlo and Nnahvllle, l in the cUy esi'a, pleaauro trip. He will spend eveaw ays narr, mnamg snort tups Us) jMMg'uf lnterst In tho nearby ussssjfy. Wsntin) GttoifMm ntrl (tf do cooking nd'!i i pai m-Mu-jpuini ffin'U WtlUII, Ap j ijwy rsrqwxws. WA W Coppoi nt..lt rmntnnMlri H.-xxaKxaH r r s s r xamiiiiiv H wi. w mM sVv'l !TV IK Tht Urrntit, Im. tlt-lll WU llhiiAii, Til. US THERE WILL BE A SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING FRIDAY Paving Proposition to Come Up lefore City Fathers Once More, With Wood Blocks Lacking. The city council will hold n special meeting Friday night to consider the p&vlng proposition. At tho last meet ing of the council, the matter was de ferred until It could bo nxcortninnd whether or not the American Lum ber company could furnish wood blocka for paving. A special meeting wua to bo called nj toon na this In formation was In the handa of tho paving committee, and It now having boon announced that tho company cannot furnish wood blocks, tho coun cil. It l esixoted, will decide upon some on of Hifi paving materials al ready proj!tfloilto Its attention ,or will select another.' INDIAK'FI&HTER DREAMS OF SHOOTING (Hr KTcnlan HfrnlS A. V. Lun4 W!f Uhlekasha. okl Nov H. Thomas Ilurke. nn old Indlnn lighter nnd for twenty rears donutv United Klnti-i rnarslm II of tbU dlatrlet. hot lilmxolt In ft dremn. llurkn wn In Iiunean nsrvlnjf warrants for thr rumlng ses- lion of the federal eourt In this city, Ho slept nt a hotel with hla revolver under hit pillow, in a nightmare ha believed ho was p.ureulng a train rob ber. Ho selxed his revolver and pull ed tho trigger. The oullot went through the pillow and struck him in the lower Jaw. ItomilCK TAKKN INTO CUSTODY. (Mr KtIbk Hrratrf V. t.cnf-i Wttri Halt Lake City, Utah, Nov. li F. J, Caswell and Roy Orayden. wanted In Hhcrldan nnd other Wyoming town on charges of obtaining money under mien inrteninr, were taacn back to Hherldnn today In charge of Wyom lug olllcers. Cnswnll and Orayden nre aald to have vlctimlied Srerchants abing the line of tho Tnlon r'aclfio In Wyoming by Kpre-jentlna thefcisrlvo to be busl nc repreuentnUves of a Denver news lilur. FREIGHT OPFIClAtS SUBPOENAED BY COURT (Hr Kvrnlntr ItHHtM A. I'. Lraaeil Wlrel Kansas t'Jtv, MS)., Nov. H. Krclght trnfflo nfflclalg oC ovory Initial rail road ucro nnvo usim sunpoenaed to Chicago to testify in thu hearing of thn enso bruugk-t by tho Kovornmont ngnlnst tho allseed packing Jiouro combine. Tho olllclula aro Inutructcd to brliiR Willi (hem staiMROQts showlnrf tho number of nouada of drcsaod boot. pork nnd inuttoB recelve.l bv their Jlnes in Kansas Clly tor every month irom jnumir. , l.sas to Jan. 101 1. Tho ttatumenta must snow by whom such shipments wore mudo, whoru it nui loaiicu nnuw wnom it wua con signed. Headwarters for Alarm Clocks th B Ban Alaxm ff3kf Jpnipr Tattoo BulFs Eye tmsmanmKmmmMmmmmammmmm 4w -Hr-mff It apfHtala to pojl 1mmuc Fabst lias tlie Jeliglitfiil tonic'tan .the rieK I ri11o w tflavor matured malt witheut bier or strong Kevy oo many iinil unpleasant. Orilsr a .Cass ToJsy, RATES RECEIVED SPECIAL FO Faro Erom Here to Chicage, With Ivriffatien Confress Boosters Will Be Very At tractive, 30 Days Limit. Traveling Freight nnd latxengcr Agent W. A Cameron of tho Hontn Fa today received from the transporta tion department, nnd Immediately turned over to Keerotnry H. II. llenlng of tho bureau of Immigration, the rate which will apply on tho New Mexico special train to tho National Irrlgntton congress In Chicago. Frem potnta betwoeti HI I'nso nnd Laa Ve MS, tho fe.ro will bn SI.30, From Lna Vegas to ltatou nnd the northern points, .tho rnto will bo 3IM0. in cither cane, $S must be added for I'ull. man fart.- This make h very nttrac tlvo rate for n trip to Chicago, Tho tickets ao!d under thl plan will have a 30 day return limit, the Idea being that tho entire party go to Chlrngo In a body-, but that the liberal stop-over privileges will allow them to visit othir pulnts before returning to their homes In Now Mexico. A minimum of 100 passengers muit be niaured the management before the train can bo arranged for. All thoxe Interested, who intend to go, should hand In their nnmes to tho bureau of Immigration nt once. Tho truln will b in charge of Col. W tt. Hopewell, who la tho member of tho board of tonlrnl from New Mexico. T (Continued from raga Oo.) Mage motley was rained In wn longer time thah It look the contributor to dream of thut linpoilng amount. The men who engineered the beautiful und Inspiring acenes of the 4ctln In Ilernnllllo county were not lrt ont nt the meeting, but It Is probable that they would huvo been Immune oven had they been present. The fund wn only for tho prnecHtln of eu'ppoaed Ilcpubllcan frauds, anil' was In the naturo of it ruwurd for hbiu Information which would furnUi an excuso for a contest. Tho I'ommlttea alio went Into tha matter of m alleged periRinnt diffi culty between (Sheriff Hcundlno rla mero and fanner Chlut Juetlco K, V. Lonjr In Las Vegan on election day. What bearing- this affair had on tho election was not dlmioscd. It is ru mored that nt lis next meeltn (be committee will offer to arbitrate; J9 differences nt opinion botwee Carl Morris and Jack Johnson. Ts Cu a Ckf In One Bay. Tatco LAXATIVK lWOMO tfWlnlBo Tablets, UrtiKgistg retnnd Messoy If It falls in cure. K. VV. CHV'8 signature ts on each box. 3Sc. J. It JiWla of Mn Vogtw.la tn 'M' buiiuerquq on a brief buslncia vl. - ' l. TiN MA GOON P m ' " c it is paskaca ol: the hops and i' afA,tKe fully m cxeeeiy flavor that ffllE BUSY i SESSION Panama Exposition Endem utent Latet Matter te Be Brought to Attentien of the OrganiaatieH. Tonight the Commercial club wilt hold the first meeting alnce the stress ot the state campaign enured an abro gation of meeting several weeks ago. Thero are n number or Important sub jects to come up before the club and a full attendance IS 'urged on all mem brrs. Tho latent rnatter to be brought to the attention of the organisation to night Is thu endowment of the Panama Canal exposition, which ts btlng nought by btnjtor from the ex position. Literature has been aent Her rotary T. J. Nay'lon. nnd the back ing ot the club Is earnestly nked. The club will iilso take up the en dorsement of the Cujlom Natlonul Highway bill, nnd will 'proonbly urgO that one of i:io sven road provided for, two of which aro transcontinental, Isaaa throilBh Altninuorntie. Th matter or iho proposed meeting of union railroad mYn here -next May will also have It share df Ifitfclub'a attention, nnd itsexiiected that torn a action will be taken in this regard, ' 1 ' t REAT BVATiQN (C&RUnued froM Pass One.) noes of that party would bo aeated, On this subject he left tho unmlstak nblo Infcrencs that a Dmocratlo sowrnor and aupfemo cuurt would ssat all Dcmocratfo contostanta for stato otticea regardlcsa of tha merits ot the content. Only feeble npptaibia greotea tins port of his spexch. Other epoakera Of tho evening weM MeiMfd. McOlll, Von Blone, Owen, Klchnrdfon, Do Bcs, White, Thorn ton and Martinet. Tho most note worthy thing about Mr, McCIIII'4 speech was the persistence with which he culled floverrior McDonald "Gov ernor Campbell." Ho finally explain ed that ho had lived lit Texas ao long under the administration of OovcmOr Campbell that ho had Campbell on tho brain. Mcr. Van Stono and Owen did jlttlo moro than come; to the center of tile SUge, bow, aay "thank you" and sit down ngaln, Mr. White seem ed vrry much Impressed with (ko facf that the Into return, gave his oppon ent Hon. A. II, ftlW)up, a majority of ten votes for1 the niflcB ot staj school superintendent. 'Ho declared that ho had often bten abto to borrow that many dollars since he hid been )n Now Mexico, and left tho Impression that ho hoped (o borrow more than enough volea to wipe out M,r, Htronp's majority. Fells Ma'rtliwg devoted most of h( time lo fUlom'o pralso of an Albuquerque nowspaper which i few months ago was rising uj all ths prtnter'a Ink It could purcNso In a persistent rind ayftemaUii camfinln of personal nbuso' of Mr. Xarjis. Ha had bomba, Qxplosto hnd the retail on his mind, am! sasdo HH ad4rea which would be ltttjssiy nlslnrf Ut Eugene V. De,S BR lCwna QaJdman. Burins' all ftM O. Jv, Marron had booft ci maeif wit" tn- Inducing the Tho iH'tro lly brief, on) of th speak quctioroi wen recount of th crs, but with eti'itroctioR Mr. Marron assured He,lssMi la moat emphasy'striiif iimmt ttw ct of IntrottNciSMjr m& afss"th nrett ptelire," xmSWsji "the vcrj rel. est ptsaMrs," Matrlmt 'had all tkki pteasuro nn hhV tM hook, ha seemed to thtott It iMsasrtMMtt n Wsm t set th audfnm tutiM a little ot H, se at th sMciw4 of th srafam a (JMNlllf d )H fcsBisisi ttEtf1 MWBsJsJsttlsB 4 lttsift sSsjJij MNs()B9ftsjt Wisji JMl ftsBlsJJrtJ Hem thsst H ,M .Use hm-to-w4 triith (Hat ht M hes.i ttii saas trrasurer, ft fed Im taw-roWy plt44 Mas ilf. hk fsftttass asul his Ivusar that tkn Li nJ iMlU m m. slntrle crawb oTlMt!Milsus wMh ka .Mr. RtmaV'iMM ssjsyisM Hi a prst'w4ttit sat of Jsia sUsmI, 'ataal 111. IkM in jflJ tmmi t inlk J W0M; thu; MsMbbBMw eMMsaV The Markets HUilJMP f'SWTOBAT GtMcral J!atltatif Tee I Ammi; Briars Ikareased I Wkax Naws" oi' 0iir De cree Rtachtt Stmt. (Hr VvrBtac Wsre44 A. V. 1ae Wir Now York, X. T., Jfav. H. IK'splio rarly evidences of firmness riiiohb smnn nt tho s;iectilatlvo leaders, Iho I steaik market whs heesitatlng ami irregular dSrs most at tho M6rftijt with a downward todcy. rno profit-taking' which bean on larxo s4o ktto hvt week was con tinued today, dnd was effectiwl in Uri6i(iiK about resctwm wkn psrtlc nlar stocks moved upwards, Tho market also was affected unfavorably by tho mter aVreo aeskMt t In-, tcrnatloflal Harvester comnany In Mlscouri. Thu tiuws caused H sudden drop In iho stock of G 5-8 to 102 7-8. Hear traders took advaHtacei ef tk4s tticb dent to attack tbo geiserat rrUet, and ptk yielded easily. AHferkan HmeltlHg mold a polm under yeilor day's close and niW of (he ether Im- nortant atocka n WMlaMMl traction Central Railroad of Now Jersey gavo way seven points. The tone was bet tcr tt midday but there was aearccly any Inquiry for steeks. Itofids wore Irreiwtar. Mtecks were twteaded freely naln and the wbele market liecawe scllvo and weak, HI. t'aul mado a fthMei droit of over 2 potntu to 110 1-2 on a few sake which had n bad effect em sentiment. Tho rccoffnlsed leaders also broke sharply, Uniled Wtatee gteel falliHS t 1-8 bolow yesterday cVoelng. Union raclgo touched 170 l-t aAlttal J7I 5-S earlier SoutherH Paclltc, Mock Island preferred and Amortran Icomqtlvu iirolcrred also lost a -paint cscIT. A fractional rally threw xh market into dullness before 1 o'ctock. Tho shorts bet a hurried retreat when manipulative (acilea were re sumed In the eo4rs, ad llarrlman atockn and the merket reonndeit swiftly. St. Paul was abrnit the only leadln atoek thm dM rM recover to yesterday's close price or above. Tho close was heavy. KntMia Clly IJo StoeW. Kansas Cl(y, Mo., Nov. 1(. Cattle receipts 18,001), including l.flflB south crni market atrady tn shade lower. Natives, t5.10flj.0u; aouthcrn steerj, $i.0O(re.3Si southern cows and hftir ers. t3.TS94.S0s Stockrs and feeders, S3.8S9S.7b; bull, 11.264,76! calves, $1.00tj.7.00i weKctn steers, t4.eoi 7.33; weatern cows, $r.75j'5.09. Hogaltecelpts 31(ee0! market 5o to lOu lower Rwlk of , fS.S0Ct .40; heavy, s.JSMSi packer and butchers, se.2lM.8t lights, 15.76 W 8.30; plge. J4.234fS.40. Hhwp Itecelpta 13,060; market steady. Mutton, $30fl4,O0; lainb tl.3S08.on; range wether and year lings, J.J54H,TS; range ewes, 13.00 (f 3.7S. SMALL IN( Hi:.Hn IN lUJHOI'IXN SUPPLY Chicago, Ills.. Nov! 14 With tils Kuropean vhdhln supply showing a smaller Increnso than expected trad ers on tho bull; definite wheat market loday felt somewhat encouraged. Tha opening was the same as hwt night ta 3-tc Off. December started at J 3-lc to S3 lie ttnchanjred to l-Se tower, and rose to 9 i-te. The rmee was uteady with Decern bfr a shade higher at 3H 4r93 S-Sc. Firm cabiea gavo strength te corn. December opened at J l-f to 3 -8c, last nlht's figure to l-4o higher, and advanced to itc. Tlie close Was slekdy ul 37 3-fc for December, a gain of S-4c net. Oats ahowed sympathy wth Hie grain In other cereals. December staitCd unchangtd at 17 S-8c and rose (o 47 3.4c Tho high run of hoes west made provisions weak. Initial sale were a shade to 7Ho down, wtth May at !!. to lM3tt fer perk"; .!. for lard and J8.25H for ribs. St. Louts, Mn Jv, M.T-sWeel m changed ; territory art .western med iums, lH4f3lc; pae tncdlunw. 16W He; Hue, ll13c. New Vek ateeki. ' New York. Ha v. 14. Oese: Amalgamated Ceaer, 64 7-H. Hnpwr IK 3-4. Atchisea 107 14, (1 rest eftNm 117 1.2. Now YW k C Mitral 187 1-8. Northern PacHtc I J. KoasXMe; 1S CJt. Uatoa pctc7 5.1, V. . aMwt S3 18. U. 8. iltt 4 m. flhliiian jBaato. WastD::S t-Sfl-Ji May WW Cora-I. U 7;8; VfM. Oats Dee. ti i-a; Msr W 1.8li, Park Js. M.1T.U. UN-Jaa, fJ.H4fB.S7 13. JWm Jaa. B, 3r7 H. nir i gji n iBswswt New fm, 24wr. M. al( wwtaey 2 3-8 (tar eaaetj' tm aMr 44)f4 4-2; silver 543 3; jmsBWii dJtaes 4 It. Bt. Mi. UMTia, Olay. 14.-LsM ivar, ,1141; ggMwar mmg, f.e. sje 4),fB, sl XJmm iMswsr 1 1