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IX XXBIK VALUE Ante motdlefl ImvA Xfttfofcehtefd AM ly Ifnvo Only iHerenwtl Tltetr 1 CTltta Washington, Nov. ST. Kvldtntly the awtetnoVllo Iim not yet tilt placed wauy beraca or Impaired their nlw cm the farm of tke United WMtt, whatever -may have been the effect 1h thu cHlos. A census bulletin issued tlMlBtt showa Itm rxtrarinllnarv Id. creaeo of 138 ior cent In the value of norava, mulct, nasee nntl burroa on the fnrnia, The total number In 101(1 waa it,01C,02t. an increaao of 3.390. 234, or 11 tcr cent, over the number reported in 1000. Thetaaireato value' la 2.W million iloHar. The average value more the doubled. The lolnl iitHaber trf horse la it, 73i,oo, an increase of S per cent In ten years, and tin- number ot snulca la 2,7Jit2, nn Incrcnso ol 31 per cent. The average value of home more than 1 year old la $112.53, and of mulee, S131.SI. Tnxat holds tho record na a mute Mule, with 672.781, and Missouri la next with 342,080. Kantna has 208,136 nnu ukikmowr 211,231 Iowa haa moro farm horaea than any other atatc, 1,489.225, and Illinois u iwcofld with l,400,4e. Kansas haa ,1H,S7, Oklahoma 764,317. ELKS' THEATER mm, m m The Gvwmh4 Uufh Matto The Traveling Salesman By JAM8S PGKHsW Ae4rtfMT "THIS OHOHUC LAKX" THJfl COMMllT WITH uAWtlMtt, ORIfHN'AI, NRW VoRK.ml- CAGO PltODL'CTIUX. And a Oompattir ,of , Unnaeertnnpil AtrfHty, Headed by Don MacMillan AXB Dorothy Grey mKV gAIJB AT ATSO.VS. a Upex refleetiex. tke man wkeet aalkr kxttex pixekee ki xeek is al wayi fi MMMikt. Ka traxkle witk skirU axd'eailiwi. ear Xeap yt in an 4ti- ew etnfana eWatr'eeal BBTreTa ."trw Jlakrtftaj... akirto fit. Iyer try flM? Tkay'ra Vrtar tkftx xtaj wntte gae WrU "WHa'lffl 9a WW tWel WMn IMM tkt (UaaHU.4 fa m xtaxy af fckaaa ax4 tk vary mam wt'ra tVMri hMaUa(V'AXtiN(a ' Xmy ajtrrtt atyia in iika widtMph1! yfttkma far mm$ Wier. rawllJttelMK). WtW ajat jtfatapafur kajadaxattaiw. jPir ay kind ye far 1 jt mgr w4oa vakaaaM flHaaft jg 4HflMT aaA ha aaakaV M. MANDELL 4 SOUTH AND EAST .MTERESTED ill CONGRESS laalamatiaii af f wamp landii ef Yital Ganoerx to Thoaa . laatiaMi; Will Sax Many Balafates to Chiago. CMcajio, 111., Nov. 27. The fact that tbo NlBtecth National Irrlsa Hob CMHtreaa tn lw hW hrc necem bor 6 to 9. will give' prominent place In ItK nrocria to tlwt aubJect Of rcC- fatmntlon of rwamp l.itiils, wilt remit la lame nttonttaace 111- .couinern anu vaatern ileleffatoa, Tho IrrlKntf&R coagroaa In the twen ty yeara of Ha oxUteHca hna nover toon held furthn enst thnu Lincoln, Nebraaka, except when It mot In Chicago In Vm. With a largo nttenil. anco of eMU-rn and southern ilele KHtea at the Ckkaao mooting there tnlht be a movMHet to take the next cengreea Into tho tenth or caet, There la no detabt but that a aeuth. crn or raatern city might aeenre the next convention If all th MHthern and eastern Ucleaatee unltu In favor ef that city and the weetera iWeaele dtvlde their fnrce wtw nvo or 4x western cltlc deetrlnfc the next tenure, aim tmre la ne donut nut If the next conxreee la heM in tlio tenth the aubjeci of reclamatlen through dralneve will be the meet AaKmr eeatern and aonthcrn cltlca coaaMered aa hoata f&r the cor grew In the evem It ahould no mti et aonth are WftrtlinrtcR, D. C, New York City, Kochetter, Charleeten, New Or leans and 8t. Ioula, AMatut wcetere clttea nrommeatly meatHMied fer fnture meetliHM el the cotigren are Daa Fraceleee, Ioi Ark elfa. I'wtlaad, geeWte, Xhteouk, 8t. Paul, OmahCi Salt Lake City. Deaver and Phoenix. . It la freejy uredlcted that the cos Kreec at Chfeace will he the sretet In the h later y ef tke entaMlMilon, ami the committee In charae thereof baa been werkla enerffetieally to pre pare a KejCram that wm be m nttiag with the meetlBe;. Tmt or Sve thou aaad detefatee are exseeted from ev ery atate aa4 territory and from at least aeveatttea foreign coeatrlea. The congreea will even Tuesday .Rernlsg. Dc. 5, nt the Auditorium Iheatar, and the addreee of welcome win he delivered by Oar. Cbarlea S. Deaeen of Illinois, while Mayr Carter 11- llarrieois will extend the freedem ot the city to the deleaatet. r. laeMger i feane will eaii the ' ' aaaaaaaaamaaaaaaaaal flaaaaaaHsH '' BBEtBBKBB BBBBBBaBBr aBHKbc ' aaHBBKHBBBSIBBBaBVBK SH SHBSBBBrBBVaBBBBBBaBBBBBBK LVBBaBHHsBaBHnEBBBBBBBr THE LE CALLS Novelty Act at the Crystal Today.' we are csaeclally kvtbte. but that hi grace la ao abundant. Jesue had at his face toward Jer usalem, lie went wittingly and brave ly to his death. Would that all they that akulk in the plains of Moab would march aa boWly to their croasheailna; and aa willingly meet their Calvary. Laxarus Is nick, yea he that the Lord loved. They aead Meesesferii to the Master, again and again, but ho tar ries and will net ale. 80 havo you found that Cod detaya his answer to prayer: that you ay learn the grace of patience, tor oC patknee only Is It aaid. that tho art ot life shall be made perfect, not let faith nor hope nor loye, but let patience have her perfect work. Only In patience shall we' pouoee that whleh' Is better pos seMlea than money or friends or health or fame or power; In patience we peaseee our souia, Jesua comes: ho always cowe. though not In our time or In our way. The protUaal bob of an aged man eewjreea te order; K. n. MeCertnlekIWIHM, nmat to the front to confess M44-pL will w4eflt t" etfreM,e behalf of his eoDeaKneef PreeUfeflt It. A. Kewler of Pheealx, wtll reeiMHid to the al4reeeee ot wetcowe: the execu tive eeMMtltee will report and the various eotnntltteea will be named. Tuesday aftornoeb at Orelieetra haU, where the afternoon sessions will be heM. there will be n atr aessHHi. Walter U Haher, secretary of the Interior, la Invited to diecnea the conditions and necda of tho recla. watlon service, former Gev. fleorne C Panlee of California, will tell or the achievements of the National Ir- rtgatlwi congress; Director P. II. Nowy'i will outnno tho ceoatructivo work tA thn ruclunmllcn atuvico; II. r. Teelo, In chnrno of the United States irrigation statistics bureau ot the census, will talk on the maanltude af irrigation Interests; geator ffm. K. Horn!! of Idaho, Ic .exuected to tell ef 44c Irrlgiition ami Major Rlehard w. Touax or Utaii, of Kivate irrlsa-tten. Wednesday mernliMC at the AudHe- rlHm theater; Principal topic. Drain- aaw, w. u Park, am vtee pmident ef the Illinois Central aatkoad. wMI asMMik ef dralnmtti as a haets of de- vetewtmt: J, c. Leanetreet of Mis- art Is given the teirte. ef state an- tweet, ef drainage; Dr.. W. A, Mva, wrmer heaiih commiaaloner m Cht- eKe, will tell ef etreem pellMttea; fraf. darlner WlaHaiM ef Mlebtsan, wtU dlteUM the uaee nf the nt Lahee; a special feattire wnl he aa frteeirateri lecture he M. O. Ii4tefl. PW of the hydrsfaaeilrfe beaweti r .We. U, B. aoloiteai Btm, M Hb iet being the' ntjtel a4iwt of HraHWte. The Churches "fjiMrus. Come lertk. a Stturiee fca Hetheny" was the mhijeet of the law mm. neeached Seaday lawrwfaat at tke flNdd ami Xroadway CHettai eawek WW yayno yiMiaajsa. Tt awteteet lore aeisry ever wrK t la the elev&t!i eitaHer ef the Mated by John, It la worthy of a4M4lo by theee wheee Um of VhnI ha Veen formed t by tee aaedaeai Italy aweWet. Jeewe mwpssI Mary asm! MMiha, and isarns. n is tee eaer M ltv tmtm en the eimr aae ax nae wrM; 99 hard to let yowr nept aaaw Miablr. The aiaatea dewlsM- am ef tted'a love u net thai Seat aj Ipmad.the world that Ood asaaj fcMl ia Jmm Cltriet htved atory and VartlM M Laam; hy yen a at ufkt that otnr um, net ueaM IIMGLE r'( The aaleHM s4d by Uncle mm 4e 4vfl aervlee e as ji I a y e a equal a4 eaieeed tfieee mild ht any larajieh ef r ri va t eeaaNntel life, .Theajaaaaa if a. aaaaatty, Dual try t bNMi at bm any OavH Xervtee MMloail. WrtU keatey (er re JlM ae"lf a9WMHOtt lSft Or writo hie Havior. The old father cried aa .wHii atreaau; aee he clasaed hie aon to his liMtrt "All my prayers are attawered." So Jesus cotaes; It may be In sorrow, net In joy, In sickness, net In health, In trouble not In peace; but happy are they who ran cry with John "Even ao conio Lord Jesua." The disciples would keen him from aolne; to his certain death. Thomas said "let u ro and die with him." Many who are willing to shed the last drop of their blood for a cause am mhjhty particular aoout the arat drop aayt n cynic. Jesua talks with Mar tha. "Thy brother aftatl rise ncn!)." "Yea. rd at the resurrection of the just" She TIUo others knew nil tho arguments for Immortality, and yet knew not the embodied resurrccMon tiower; "I am the resurrection and tho life," said the Master. Jeans wept wHh mourners Though bo knew better; though ho was about to turn mournine; Into Joy, yet In his Intcnao sympathy he joined la their heartfelt cmotWms. "Hell away the stone." If tins dead should coma to llto he would lie con demned to his mortuary cell by the obstructive atones of our bad exam ple; of our wean act I of our falee life, ear sneer, our cebJnces. our wan t Aim, j lurinffijv Are )oh sure yea have set roHcd a atena In your brether'a way that may keep Mm frem cewinx forth Into lite? Jeeuc praya; for prayer Is the key that uateeka all the deer ef oppor tHnlky, and even the iron doers or the grave wW open to that appeal, Jeeue eaHa "Iaaarue, eome forth." At Cheeter, Xetaiiaad, the audience were stag in (M thre&ted joy and pralee, aa thaMMh they would raise the roof to Heaven. gwJdealy abovo the e4aasor of many voteee rose one clear, Mh, tweet treble Note, angled-wlaad to that other aeuKd teemed to ceaee. It wee the voiee of my little boy join ttt In the aratee, hi pure child tone heard beyoad all volume of tomr. 80 throenh the din asd note aad claw at eat Is of baalneea and frtemlltt, of fame of toWthM of ytrkma awM. thMi oa elear eal( eemea; the caU of J to conm forth to the Wtther life, the Heeler teif; the Heaveeiy life. hhn aad let him a. The eonM that Mad U dead eU4 be no tlMwklea fer Um llvlajr. Ttte dead had of the wmH attti fettesi the una. wet Itvlayc lafth. The ehw4i of Cfhrtet m a Mr eHerea, a4 nae MmtW be lm frew the aaolee Viehaa, creed, SdekwSJS yj11''), mtm the eoa it wwiaiiieyo, know tke u-nth ad the trath hali make you ireo." WJJMf on Mm. but tocne wat and told the MiIibsm whathad bow It da't baioui. AVd-mlfally, tjie Huwfiiaaj bcVd tit tho rur Tfk but ttHWjMy Ita iwer. They taMw tie 'faantfiar ariwwHts; but they rtgMt Ute eaprowe iact Like adfkHda4wilicbl(w bola j T yrere MMy to be rlcht but t to two hie reasons aa the were likely te be wroatg ; to w.hat we need m the decieive DMeeaUac of the unit feet of taw reearrectloe in Chriet. That jm!iir, ankwfiiut art valid eeouaft. tke bwdtnTof proof bj upon tbe nM fho eMji uwmortsKtr, The aotti mr be dead or afep or. abent whea the body die. The skeptic atiut provo the former true. jBvery analogy of palare; the butterfly oaxl Ua chrysnlla; the life of aprlng from tho death of winter; tho mutation of various nnturat force, are types of futuro life, All natioM have believed in tho future llfu; la this faith h grnt deception piacticcd by naturef to de eclvo her own off sprlg The eseen tlnl justice of dotty and tho injustlco and inequality ot this world demand another llfu that Juetlca and equity may bo vindicated. Is It poselhlu that carven marbles la memory of tho beloved dead shall out last the lova that framod them ami tho hearts that were their creators? Tho atraBge abilities of the soul to overleap the bounds of . the flesh and sense seem to till of n somewhat Independence of bodily trammels; as a musician may piny a harp; and leaving; It be hind nnd xolna; Into the room abovo nnd beyond, may there play upon a lute. 80 Is the muelekn's soul great er than the Instrument of Its oxprcs o4on. Yet all these arguments only lead up to that great event; that one man was raised from tho dead; that life and immortality bad indeed como to llgjit ,ln..,Jeue ChrUt. Tho sun hml risen on tne"taldnl,-ht, and Klory had aiildliMtd sorrow to Joy. Under tho snowa fho ro'o. Out of tho gloom tho bloom. And tho UowerlBft mcadowa that slow nnd gleam Where tho winds tins whlet, and tho dnlalea dream; And tho rising sun gilds tho sullen clods; And Iio;mi In tho future, and faith In Uodj Under tho snowa the rose, annannnaa shrditt nnfwyp ahrdlushr I'rontlnR the nlsht -ho' light. Alter tho atrlfo ttwect lite. And tho wild winds whtepor it down tho rlllo; "i And tba vhlleya sing to tho'hnsworlng hills; And tho far slnra echo thoJiong that HW0II3 " With nil the music of all tbe bells; Frosting the ulpiht tho light. CARD OF THANKS. Wo wish to cxpros our thanks to nil friends and ayiuiinthteers for tho Mndncsa sIiowh during the recent Ill ness nnd death ot our beloved father, Joseph Phllllim, nnd for the beautiful floral tribute paid to hl memory. MAUDi: RHd MIr It: f HIM.ll'S. MH. nnd -MX (' A MARflllAI.b. UH. and MK. 0 A, MOSLKY. TO GET RID OF RHEUMATISM of aafUl HaBBaUbf blaBal BLaawsBMaltaakaM efl in VfJeWTv Wtn m9t999Km9f9 afaaBaW JMaaaatafa ataTe 4aaeaaf Ylm tLw 'tV tmM msfjf NHlAtf aut mmr mimdi lfi uliuf mm law " ' rntnwej w awlWI arfn aay fa tmrt fumttf af IfxiiuiMiiiiaa afc fa) VaMf&0a? fcf C&f&QmQHjf$ 4t0 fcrMaw Hfrc ociof frm Ike IMg epy Mfiho jhlPtpfcijl iw4W rteW AnVsre. S, I. S. mm jKflitStMe e&& txo HttyjatKititif tuaeabaw f)WjiMtBBMafeahMBl guAf if wHtk ktit freat ataxic alfcr (VRhMNNPa THe? ffeeWJ eflPlMldCy wto&N&QfiQ& ft fH$e tfla( ' 4NMv ihct 4 Kf toMirtm m amaa mw tmitgL tlwt, m4f tmi 4Ktfwj Iw tfcBjlBMj; H INT R PEHIEIT SENTENCE FOR INSLEY You can save money as well as yyur good health By drinking Glorieta Beer Twenty to Twexty-Five Years for Man Cpnyieted of Sky-;t ing Jokn A. Higgixs, His I Brother-in-lHW, a)N ajNwpjt 9finJkft$HM MM flfMQtf epwaiV, tie sw ft mm. SIbUIHhHM cVa fBJhf af yiVaUM fatBeaaejkBMBnr 4aW lump and Inclement wsjathar any tain is necessary, WIMti S.S,8. had time to rid wrfc add; tlttu theae may ue ick on, , haa cured many of Rheumatism, iailam nml nnv m free. It, 8. 8, is Rold nt ataf ST m wa wnoa M taWMMakj el PXISOKIXt SAYS, "HAKD IU0K' AIL AI0KO LIKX" "My Uod! What do you think of that?" uxclnlmsd Thomas Ak Insley. tato Saturday afternoon, when JudgM Ira A. Abbott had pronounced stnt ence upon htm for his staylnu of John A, HiHglni," twenty tu twenty-ftvu yaaral" lnsly was tho last ut the convicted prisoners to bo sentenced, nd rccelv rd the heaviest scntenva ot any ot them. He rcclvvd a much heavier sentence tiinit did thu defendant In the Douabue vnse, tba only other con vtctlon for murder In several year When hi' vanio Into court, lruley 'was placed at tao end ot tho long tine of convicted persons, and tboro ho sat inrouRh tiie afternoon, iwening; 10 the appeals of counsel und rrlenda fer mercy to this or that defendant, wait. Ing, silently waiting to hear hie own fato pronounced. Early In the after neon, bis attorney, J, A. MtUtr, ad drcHAtd the court In regard to a new trial, nut numlttca that His client muet be sentenced then miles the court granted his motion at once. Inetey beard him through, silent and motion less, lie had tost the nervousnera that characterised lilm at critical points in ids trial. Ho did nothing but alt, al most listlessly, and gnaw at his moua Uclio. When hla ca-o was called, Judge Abbott permitted him to be seated during the address of tho court, and aked If there was anyone present who cared to aay anything. Neither, .Mr. Miller nor District Attorney cirorgo 8. Kloek had tnueh to say. Ilotti stated that the ease waa fresh n the mind of the court, and Mr. Miller pleaded tor clemency on the ground or the prisoner' tll-health. The court ordered Insley to stand. nnd pronounced aentencs upon him, n pronouncing sentence, Judge Ab bott said that he did not believe In thn face of the evidence that tho jury could have found htm guilty of nuy other degree of homoctda than thry had done, ., . When he heard tils fate, Insley tot ervd a little, turned, and apparently controlling hlmsolf by sheer will, walked firmly to Mu scat at tho end of the bench. Attrrward he said, "Hard luck. It's been h'urd luck all along tho line." Insley sayjt ho has been unable ta get any word from his baby except that she has not been placed In tho home vvheru she was said to be. He has written tho juvenllo court at Trinidad asking for Information re Rurdiug her. Oilier UrMitH't- Si-iitciiwd. Aiming tho other prisoner aeutcne nl were Juan Munis, convicted of criminal aiuaiitt on tho person of Mrs. Sccorrna Chavts, nn aged widow of Pnjarlto, nnd Paul Hons, convicted of tho vatnn offense on tho person of Jo seta Outlerres, a IS yonr old girl. Hoi had been ynnrrlcd but ilx months at tho time. His wlfo was present In court. Until theso offonscs wcro com. mttted on the eamo night, lloss was sentenced to six to oltht yeara In thn penitentiary, and Munis five to soven years. James Menden, convicted of rob bins; tho New Mexico Cigar company' store, received six months In tho pen ttentlary. Jesus Munis, convicted of stealing two bolts of cloth from ft stora In Da reins, belonging- to Isaao flartli, re cetvfd a sentence of ope day less than six months In Jul!. Kcrnnndo aarcla, convicted of na sault with a deadly weapon, was sen tence of penal servitude, nnd sen tence suspended. Abel Molina, who pleadod sillily to stealing a check got one year In the penitentiary. Juan anbatdon, who pleaded guilty to deserting his wife, received the maximum Jolt sentence of six month less one day, Uleo Hmelser, a boy who was con victed of discharging n weapon In a settlement, received n Una of J SO. All tho penitentiary prisoners wero taken to Santa Fe on No. 10 this morning to begin their sentences, ins ley appeared cheerful today and ate an apple with every ia of enjoy merit, lie appeared In better spirits than at any time atoee hie trial. in prefcrcn:e to any other. None more pure and wholesome. Just try it. Phone 57 or 58, and one of our cour teous drivers will have it at your, door Southwestern Brewery GX Ice Company &1UQUI1QUI, .... MIW XXXICt. We do all kinds af mill work axd sell everytkixg -admired in your kxililina; fraxi tke cement ta ilia rirxiak SUPERIOR LUMBER AMD MILL GOMPAIT AUUQUtlKJUE, NEW MEXICO ' aaafBK nd All Your DUDf to Our SUB ftHKIHKT AXJi HHSnr IX THK tWWTHWMIrT. THE LAUNDRY OF QUALITY ,,IMPERiALM I Builders7 and Finishers Supplies f Lumber, tteah, Deers, rahate, 04. p. s. Bu4ldtt Paper, ZtfattlieM t Xoethiff, Ceeaant, Braahea, ete. t 7. o. Bftldriiga Linker Go. 4M SOUXK TJMMT H4HIHtM6u1u.UnnhlMtMimtllHt4tlHf! T4444'HW4ttmTtt(trtit'Mltff4i'ttHMlM I 10 mil CLASS WOIJC AMD PXOMPT BILITJOLY t OAIL i HUBBS LAUNDRY GOMPANY I WHITK WAGONS. T Finrngan.-Brown Company maia, PHs tn Goat SX.h AloayieraaB XraMeli 45W-43X Nortk VirH f44reet-TelecticH39 StC Lom m. Umm cOHiiccilouWrUe for Le4et quotations. -tte4)tt4)a. City Scavenger Company CtaaM Yew Vauks and Com Pool. HaaU Yotttr Tratk. liO CALL X0X1 Jf : eaeaaaaaaa444a First Nmtionml Bmnk I Unltmd BtatoM 0pmlfry CAM1AL AMD SURPLUS 0,00 iaaaMaaaaaaaae?M4V4aaaa4)aaH 7 ' if i ' ' i-- - m mt 1' X1W YOUX QUAIL atxmixTiov The two doten quail MJk here te Deputy Qame Warden Maymond X. tWaniMi by thu territorial authorities,,) r to bo placed nn exhibition In a wl4w of Hurry Johnsons store on Central avenue near Fourth street, eeM bujtden, rock and rartli, or- j NMgett aa nearly aa possible HKe tb4r ruOHal habitat. This will atve local atMHrssmen nnd othera an p PJty to sea Just what eastern iul hmfc: rtke. The windows Itro nei)Mr etssMMd put now to give them, a aoltaaia ttMMr, and this afternoon lata It hj atrstaeted they will be ready for the reastrtlsiw of tho birds. The tjawsH are part of a consign ment ram awl V.w York state. They w4X be a-httrled near here, nnd aa they are mmitr Rema-lete protec tion by law aM multlnly to such an extent the waahia a few yea.ra the tocai is4Hneaa4t ea ahtt al the "Bob White" ter want. flxiake ix falilen k, makauxxy( lerly Ixflidk axei Xaxla, at a raelxotifw fraxt IS TO m Ift. FCH ClNT ALBERT FABER PURHITUUs, CAJUP1W A1TD STOTIS w