Newspaper Page Text
Valuable Property in the Business
Center of the Town
A CONFLAGRATION AVERJED
Heroic Work of Pioneer Hose Compjny and
Other Citizens. The Water Service Al'
That CoulJ Be Desired. Detailed Account
of the Fire. The Insurance.
A cry of "Fire !" the reports of two
pistol shots and tho clang of the lire-Ih-11,
on Saturday nftornoou last, suddenly
disturbed tho usual quietude of
the town and throw tho community
into a condition of alarm and disorder.
A great volume of .smoke issuing
i mm it point on tho westsideof Broad
street, near the business center,
tho place of danger, in tho rear of
Dan McDonald's saloon, and people
Hocked from evory direction to lond
i olr assistance in fighting the dames,
1 and in the work of salvage.
Within very few minutes after tho
alarm was given, Pioneer Hoso com-i
any reached tho scene, and assisted
b a numlHjr of sturdy citizens, had
two streams playing on tho burning
building from tho front A third lino
( ho?o was with sumo dilliuulty carried
ovor tlio roof of Sam Keo's store
.i')d manned by a determined crew,
from a point of vantage on the roof
of tho billiard room in the rear of
Young's hotel, did offootlva service
where tho dunger was greatest. For
.learly half an hour the flames delicti
ill efforts to check their spread and
il tnger of a disastrous conlljgration
vtmed Imminent. When the situation
looked most serious, SCO feet of
hose arrived from tho Old Dominion
Copper company's works, and with
ill tojtr streams playing on the burnlug
f i imddlngs tlic work being intelligent-'
! directed by J. Is. Star, captain or
the ht.se company, and capablo
the lire was quickly gotten
control, and within an hour from
the time it started had been
The tire broke out about 3 o'clock,
atid from the best Information obtainable,
started in tho liquor stororoom,
a frame structure in the rear of McDonald's
Jack Champion was tho first to glo
t lit-alarm IIo was crossing tho footbridge
when ho noticed the smoke
pouricg from the crevlcosof the liquor
m ' in, and talked the cry of "fire!"
Dr Nchsl and W. L. Polio w, barber
in Towle's shop. Immediately ran to
tin? rear of McDonald's saloon and attempted
to draw water rrom a faucet
at the end of Uie then smoking store.
Imnsc, when tho Haines burst out and
'1 1 live them buck.
Dan McDonald, proprietor of the
sal'ion, had loft town an hour before
fur, the ice house on the mountain
where his wife was stopping. L. L.
Leonard, who he left in charge, attracted
by the smell of smoke, reached
the storeroom Just as the Dames broke
lit, and he had barely time to run
back Into the saloon, tako the cash
register and escape, before the interior
"f the salixin was In flames
V. J. Roberts, owner of the two-story
brick building adjoining, was
atleep in a back room on the upper
Moor. He was arousod by the cry of
tire and as quickly as possible ho ran
1 1 the front vorauda and tired his
pistol twice, then hastened back and
attached a small hoso to a faucet ou
the upper floor lauding, but the firo
had then attacked tho roof of McDonald's
saloon and he was forced to
10 treat. A space of about six feet
separated Robert'ninaln building from
the one-story brick room back of it.
used as a restaurant, and this space
was tilled by a stairway and covered
tfrandii, all of wood, and when the
liro attacked it, hemmed in as it was
by brick walls, it was almost impossible
to direct a stream of water to bo
eltectlve. All of this woodwork was
soon burning liercely, and the fire was
communicated through tho back windows
to the interior of the upper lloor
which was almost completely gutted.
Tills was partitioned off into sleeping
rooms, all nicely llnlshed and furnished
by .Mr. Iiobcrts, and leased to -Mis.
Morrison. Nothing of much value
was'savtd. Tho restaurant was also
burned, nothing remaining but the
The llrst lloor of tho Roberts .building
Is occupied by Vim Slyck & Meters
a.-, a saloon. Tho (lames swept into
tho room from the loar, burning
through n part of the celling and blis
terintr and blackening all of tho woodwork,
including the gar and other furniture.
barrels tJf liquor
In tho back part of tho room wore
badly scorched, but fortunately the
lire did not icach tho contents, olsc
the destruction of the building W(mid
have beon complete. Van Slyck &
Meyors owned all the fixtures and also
lost considerable in bottled goods broken
or carried off.
Toe companion building to Roberts'
owned by.l. Wanon Young, did not
suffer nearly so much. The lire entered
the billiard room through tho
door leading from the burned restaurant,
and burned tho colling partially,
and smoke, ilame and water did con
siderable damage to the handsomo interior
of tho saloon. On the upper
lloor of Young's hotel the lire got Into
the roof from Roborts' building and
damaged tho north rooms ; the rooms
on the south side aro but little Injured.
Tho hallway was scorched by the llamo
which swept through it, and it was
almost a miracle that tho entire upper
lloor was not burned.
The building adoining McDonald's
Balloon on the north was a frame.
owned oy j. u. Henry and Jas. S.
Towle, and occupied by P. J. Btesliu
as a saloon. Breslin lust almost overt-
thing, Including his clothing and
personal effects. Ho carried no insurance.
The buildings betweon Hreslln's
saloon anil tho bridgo are all frame,
and occupied by .1. S. Towle, barber
shop; Dr. Win. Nelss), drugstore, and
II. H. Pratt, fruit and confectionery.
They wore saved from burning by
tho hardest kind of work, after it was
thought thoy wcro doomed. Nearly
everything mot cable in these buildings
was moved out and nono of the
owneis lost anj tiling exeunt Dr.
Noissl, whoso stock ot drugs and
was roughly handled and damaged J
to at least half its value. He
had no Insurance. Bert Pratt feels
grateful to Jim Jtlchards and his
friends who moved everything in his
store, Including a handsome soda
fountain, without a dollars' loss.
Towle's barber shop was scorched, but
the damage can be repaired probably
The wind during the liro was from
the west and carried the cinders
across Hroad streot, ondangcrlug
that quarter. Tim roofs of J.
Sutor's building and Win. SIdow's
butcher shop (tho building being owned
by Mrs. Redman) caught liro several
times but the flames were quickly
extinguished. A dead limb of a
far back on J. II. Pascoe's
property, took lire and fell ou a shed
back of Sidow'sshop, but was discovered
in time to prevent danger.
The total lovs will roach about
$13,000 tt) $1-1,000 Most of the lire
sufferers were pretty well Insured.
Poto Ureslln's loss Is about $1,500, and
he had no Insurance. Hop Leo &
Tong, restaurant keepeis, were not
insured. Their loss is $500. Henry &
Towle had only $400 on tholr building.
It would cost probably $1,200 to re
place it. W. J. Roberts Is damaged at
least $1,000. which Is $1,000 more than
John Howman, fearing the spread of
tho lire to the south, removed the
lixturej from his barber shop. I
Marks also moved two wagon loads of
clothing from his store. Otlior tenants
in the vicinity were prepared to
move on short notice.
Tho fire was a good test of Pinal
Mountain Water company's service,
which was proved to be adequate, and
equal to almost any emergency that
might ariEe. Water was supplied from
tho 150,000 gallon reservoir on the hill
and also pumped direct from the well
above town. The water in tho reservoir
was lowered only about a foot.
ThonMvas probably 100 pounds pressure
at the hose nozzle. Globe Is
certainly fortunate In having so good
a water service, ami it Is about time
people who expect their properly to
bo protected should show proper appreciation,
and to the ln.se company
Tho liro was splondidly handled by
tho hoso team and other volunteers.
Shirley N ffe, who was directing a
hose crew, during a momentary con
fusion, got in front of tlio nozzle and
was struck in the right eye; by the
stream. Tho injury was quito painful
for a time. Jimmy Walsh, who did
good work, fell through a roof but
Appended is a correct statement of
tho insurance. The adjustois will
probably get to work tomorrow:
J. Warren Young. On building.
$1,000; on saloon furniture nnd fixtures
and stock, $3,500; on lodging
room furniture and fixtures $500.
W. J. Roberts. On buildings, $3,000.
Unas. Hlllman. On building, $1,200,
furniture and fixtures, $500; total,
I). S. McDonald. On stock, furniture
and fixture, $l,5C0.
Van Slyck & .Meyors. On stock,
fumlturoand livtnies, $2,700.
Henry &TowJo. On building, $100.
Ed Howen, ono of tho old timers or
this district, arrived from Phoenix on
Tuesday and .went out to tho Tonto
II. 15. Carpenter, who surveyed the
boundary line between Arizona and
Utah, says: "A strange thing about
the lino betweon Utah and Arizona is
that it docs not cross a foot of cultivated
land, and I do not think any or
the land adjoining the line can be cultivated.
The boundary traverses a
desert, which Is cut up by great canyons
which arc almost impassable.
The length of tho lino is 277 miles.
Four Corners Is one of the most interesting
spots in the United States. It
is tho point whore Colorado, Arizona,
Now Mexico and Utah touch one another.
This Is tho ouly placo in tho
United States whore this occurs. Thore
Is nothing remarkable about tho
It Is in the midst of a broken
desert, and lies a short distance from
the San Juau river."
The Bulletin says: "Woid comes
from tho Doer creek mining district
that James Dnke, of Thatcher, who
has been doing development work for
three or four years on a group of
claims on what is known as tho
San Carlos strip, has at last made a
most important strike. Tho particulars
aro not yet definitely given, but a
good body of excellent oro is said to
hate beon encountered at the end of a
300-foot tunnel, which had been run
Into tho mountain to cut the ledge.
13. T. JJams, or Safford, is Interested
with Mr. Duke In the claims."
LOCAL MINING NEWS.
Our Weekly Resume of Mine Development and
Operations In Globe District.
Col. Leo Crantiall arrived homo
Monday night in perfect health. IIo
says Major Crabb, treasurer of tho
Confederate Mining company, has
ample funds on hand for all demands
made upon him by Manager Theodore
IIo informs us that ho has perfected
arrangements with Mr. Joseph W.
Moycr and Mr. Howard F. Johnson,
tluanciers, who havo tho contldouco
of people in the east that dosire to
make safe and profitable investments
in miuing properties in the great
southwest of North America, to join
Theodora Crandali and himself in organizing
company, under the laws of Arizona,
headquarters Globe, with offices in
Washington, D.U., New York, Boston,
Philadelphia and Chicago. Their plan
is to havo owners of desirable claims
becomo members of the company by
taking 6tock in payment for their
claims. Messrs. Moyer and Johnson
ivlll promptly furnish all money needed
for rapid development.
Those desiring to become members
of this company should at ouco communicate
with llieodoro Crandali,
Globe, Arizona, who will be general
People who hold claims that promise
to develop into paying mines now
nave an opportunity to realizo
A strike of rich gold oro was made
j esterday by tho graders on tho
branch of the E. P. & S. W..
while making a cut in tho foothills,
near Watervale, about ono and a half
miles from Tombstono. Tlio lino of
htirvey runs along tho granlto hills below
the old race track, the route for
novoral hundred feet leading through
it practically solid granite formation
and headway was only made posslblo
by continual blasting. While running
one of tho series of cuts and grades at
tills point, some specimens of free gold
was found which created considerable
excitement among tho graders. In
running a cut through tho granite,
some fifteen feet deep, a ledge of white
quartz carrying plenty of free gold
was encountered. Specimens of tho
Unci shows the gold In quantity, some
naviug tho appearance of shot gold,
while occasfon.il specimens of wlro
told is ulso found, the mineralized
streak all "panning" well. Contractor
May has had several claims located,
.ind many of the graders and prospectors
will doubtless soon havo tho
granite foothills all monumonttd.
GRAHAM COUNTY DEMOCRATS
Nominate a Ticket and Instruct Delegates for
Chas. M. Shanncn.
Special to the Sii.veii Hklt
Solomon villi;, akiz , Aug. 19.
The democratic county convention, in
session here today, nominated a full
county ticket and selected eighteen
delegates to tho territorial democratic
convention, which meets at Tucson,
September 3. The delegates were In
structed to vote as a unit for Chas. M.
Shannon for delegate to congress.
Following arc the names of tho
nominees for county olliccs: Council,
II. B, Rico of Morencl ; assembly, W.
T. Webb, of Pima, and Gits Williams,
Clifton ; shorlff, James V. Parks,
treasurer, Geo. B. Gamble,
Safford ; district attorney, C. L. Rawlins.
Solomonvllle ; probate Judge, P.
O. Little, Motcalf ; county school superintendent,
W. A. Moody, Thatcher
; recorder, Milt Sims, Olifton ; surveyor,
Harry Whlttaker, CHI ton ; supervisors,
Ira Harpor, Clifton, and
Eugene Carutliors, Thatcher.
1 ,-- W.-,;- 'T(
ARIZONA SILVER JjJ1JLs ! i - wrttr
VOLUME XXV. No. 17.
GLOBE, GILA COUNTY, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1902. Established 1878
AGAIN BY FIRE
OF THE WEEK
Budget of Interesting Items
Gathered for "Silver
THE LATEST POLITICAL NEWS
Democratic Primaries In Globe Polls Open
from 10 a.mvto 7 p.m. Cochise and Gra
ham County'' cmocratic Nominations. The
Wilson-Shannon Contest for Delegate.
Tlio lirst numbor of the Blsbee Daily
Miner made its appearance on August
10. Tlio Miner is an afternoon paper,
republican in politics, and its editor Is
Will A. Nash, who at one tlmo published
the Epitaph at Tombstone
Tho polls for the democratic primary
election next Satureay, at the court
house, will open at 10 o'clock, a.m.,
and close at 7 p. m. The election
otllcers aio: inspector, Sam Trail t;
judges, Wm. Whalloy and Geo. W.
Peterson ; clerks, R. B. Riell and
The report of the Gila Valley, Globe
& Northern railroad for tho year
ending June 30, 1002, shows the following:
Gross earnings, $.'170,307, an
increase over the previous jcar of
$9,532; expenses and taxes, $171,011),
Increase, $4,135; net earnlns, $200,421,
increase, $5,M'7; tixed charges, $75,700;
balance, J124.721. increase, $5,3')7;
betterments, $14,90!); surplus, $109,321;
George Bird, formerly a resident of
Globe and well known to all old-timers
bore, writes from Blsbee that ho is in
the hospital suffering from a broken
leg, the result of an accident to him
in tho Copper Queen mine, on July 2
it is a compound fracture, and the
limb was so badly bruised that it
could not bo set for threo weoks after
the accident, and it will benearlvthat
length of time yet before the plaster
cist can be removed. George's friends
hero hope he will not suffer any permanent
lameness as a result of the
THE LATE HARRY W. NASH
Particulars of His Illness and Death at Manila.
Honored by Elks and Rough Riders.
Mrs. Carrie N. Thompson, on Tuesday,
received two letters written by
Albort P. Wright, dated Manlli, P. I.,
July 14 and July 19, 1902, giving particulars
of Harry's illness and death,
as well as of tho funeral sorvico held
in Manila by tho B. P. O. Elks and
Rough Riders' association, and of tho
shlpmont of tho remains to tho United
Mr. Wright was an intimate friend
of tho deca6ed, thoy having gone to
the Philippines from San Francisco
together, arriving at Manila December
The following excerpts are from Mr.
Wright's letter :
"lie (Harry) came down from
where ho was teaching school, on
the ovenlng of July 3, and not feeling
well, went to tho civil hospital. On
July 4 ho wrote me a nolo apprising
mo of his being in tho hospital, but I
did notreeolve It in time to seo him
that day. On tlio early morning of the
next day I took Dr. Herman, one of
tho best physicians hero, and went to
see him. By this time ho was suffering
greatly and considerably aberrated
but recognized me at once. I then
mado arrangements to have him removed
to Dr. Herman's house, where
wo could tho better care for him. It
was thought best not to move him until
about 7 p. m., on account of tho
heat, and when I returned with an
ambulanco ho was unconscious and
died at 7:15 p. in. July 5. All was dono
for him that skill, scioneo and mortal
hands could do. IIo died of cerebral
hemorrhage, tho blood entering and
flooding the brain. These aro rare
cases, difficult to diognopo and practically
without remedial treatment.
"I immediately had his body taken
to tho undertaking parlors of Mr. J.
V. Dell for proper care. Tin; B. P. O.
of Elks immediately took chargo of all
arrangements, as Harry was a charter
member of Manila Lodgo No. 7G1.
They had the body embalmed and
immediately cablod your husband as
to what disposition they should make
of his body.
The Rough Riders' association, of
Manila, of which Capt. Geo. Curry is
president, myself secretary and Harry
treasurer, aided in evory possible way,
and had not Harry been an Elk, wo
would have assumed all arrangements
and given him tho proper care and
disposition. Tho Elks gave him a
splendid funeral on Sunday, July 13,
at tho undertaking parlors. There
was a largo attendance of Elks and
outside sorrowing friends. The following
named Rougli Riders acted as
honorary pall bearers: Capt. George
Curry, Albert P. Wright, G. H.Sievor,
Jack Bronnan, Ora E. Parker and Mr.
Simmons. The Elks furnished a magnificent
floral wreath in form of a
heart with tho letters "R.R.R."madc
with ilowors In relief across tbo top
of samo. Tho ceremony was beautiful
and very Impressivo and wan exceedingly
gratifying to all his friends.
"Mr. Chas. II. Burrltt, superintendent
of tho Mining bureau hero,
pronounced an eulogy of Harry that
was a master effort of oratory and
pathos, replete with tho good deeds
and good qualities of Harry's life.
Had ho known Harry all his life, ho
could not havo said more that would
havo been fitting and appropriate.
"The Elks havo assumed all expenses
ot embalming, casket and funeral
costs, us Is their duty and pleasure.
The Rougli Riders have seen to all the
other dotails necessary.
In his letter of July 19, Mr. Wright
says : "I have this day shipped
Harry's body, together with hid per
sonal effects, on the U. S. transport
"Tho Burford will sail about the
2.3th or 2(ith instant, for San Francisco,
und this letter will leave hsrc on the
21st by tho "Relief," so you ought to
get it in time to meet tlio remains at
Sau Francisco should you so desire.
However, if you or our husband do
not meet tho body nt&in Francieco,
the Elks will tako chargo of eatno and j
forward to you at Ulobe, free of coat
"Should you go or send any ono to
'Frisco to moot remains, consult San
Francleco Lodge No. 3, B. P. O. of
Elks, No. 223 Sutter street, Control
block, as thoy are advised by tho
lodge here to tako charge of body,
wiro you, and do in all tilings as jou
desire and direct."
RANGERS IN DISGRACE
Row Over Gambling Game. Mliup with Bisbec
Police. Ranger Page Bound Over. Resignations.
Tho Orient saloon was tho scene
yesterday of an oxciting incident in
which tho city pollco and the rangers
mixed things in a lively manner.
A big poker gamo was in progress
in which Ranger HurtGrover, Captain
Mossman and several others were
participants. Tho cards were dealt
and tbo pot, in one instance, amounted
to $400. Tills was won by a gambler
employed in tho Fish Pond and occa
ioned a remark from Grover to the
effect that the pot was won by unfair
means Ono word brought ou another
and Ranger Grover reached for his
gun. At this juncture Captain Moss-man
interfered and attempted to quiet
Grover, who was somewhat boisterous
and flourishing his The
city police who wcro on duty, Messrs.
Jennings and Harrington, came
through tho front door of tho Orient,
just as Captain Mossman and Rangers
Grover and Pago entered the enclosure
adjoining the cigar case. In
tho pcufllo that ensued Officers Harrington
and Jennings and Rangers
Mossman, Grover and Page piled up
on tho street in front )f tlio Orient.
Harriugton secured possession of Grover
's gun and placed him under arrest,
walking him to the calaboose, and preferred
a charge against htm of disturbing
Later In tho afternoon Raugor
Pago secured tho keys to the jail
from the office of S. K. William's, and
liberated Grover, riding with him to
his homo in Tombstono canyon. This
action on tho part of Pago caused the
city police to swear out a warrant for
his arrcft, but up to a lito hour last
night the warrant remained unserved,
as Pago was not to be lound.
The incident caused considerable excitement
around town and a crowd followed
the policeman to jail when the
arrest was made. Blsbee Review.
Yesterday's Review states that
Loonard Pago had a hearing before
Judge Brown on Tuesday, aud was
bound over in the sum of $500 to await
the action of the grand jury. He sas
lie has sent in his resignation as ran'
ger, to take effect September 0.
In reply to an inquiry from the Review,
Caplaln Mossman, who had gone
to Solomonvillo, wired that his resig
nation as captain of the Arizona ran
gers was tendored to Governor Brodle
in July and will bo accepted, probably
by August 31.
There appears to bo a good deal of
feeling against tho offending rangers
in Blsbco and a petition was circulated
there asking for their removal.
Leslie Tillman loft yesterday morning
for Berkeley, Cal., where he will
attend school. He w;as accompanied
as far as Florence by his mother aud
Mrs. A. X. Nof tsger, who has been
visiting at her former homo in Illinois
during .the summer, returned on
Tuesday "night, accompanied by her
Territorial Auditor W. P. Nichols
has declined to be a candidate for tho
republican nomination of delegate to
The Coconino county democratic
central committee selected delegates
the territorial convention. They are
said to have been instructed for Wilson.
The Pima county democratic primaries
will be held August 20. Frank A.
Hereford, of Tucson, in an interview
published In tho Blsbee Rcviow said
"For delegate, it is not an easy thing
to say who will bo tho choice Mr.
Shannon has so many personal friends
In Pima county that ho has a very good
chance to get tho delegation. Before
Mr. Shannon came out a great many
announced themselvoa in favor of Mr.
Wilson, but lately many of tho Wll!
son men cumo ovor to Shannon, and it
looks like the delegation will bo di-vided."
At this writing it looks more than
ever like tho contest for tho democratic
nomination for delegate to
hinges upon tho voto of the
Marioopa del-gallon in the teiritorial
convention. Tlio primaries to be held
next Saturday will probably decide
whether the 34 votes of Mari
county will go to Wilson or to Shan
non, or if each 0f fho candidaf
to got a share. Colonel Wilson, win,
all the northern counties and Gila
certain for him. seems to havo tho best
of the 11 nil t. as nnn nr f,.n .. .1...
southern tier of counties is debatablo
ground. Both candidates are in Phoenix
marshalling their forces for
Saturday's contest which promises to
be a warm one.
The Yavapai county democratic
primaries will be held on the 23d inst.
There are nine candidates for sheriff-
the last to announce himself being,
Georgo O. Kaffuer. Two years ago!
Ruffner ran as .an independent antj
was defeated by J. L. Munds, the!
regular democratic nominee.
of his courte then, Mr.
Ruffner charges Munds with having
entered Into an agreement with
members of tho republican county
campaign committee to have tho republican
nomineo lor sheriff, Earp,
withdrawn, for which service, he,
Munds, was to contribute $500 to the
republican campaign fund, and to
oeaee campaigning. The bargain was
ratified j Earp withdrew and Munds
was elected by a small margin of
votes. However, so it is alleged",
Mundj did not pay the $500, but compromised
by paying tho republican
committee $250 but not until February,
1902. Kuffoer gave tho editor of tbo
Prescott Prospect a signed statement
to this effect, for publication, but
afterwards requested that it be withheld
from publication. Editor Schultz,
howeyer, upon his own responsibility
gave Ruffner's statement publicity in
print, together with an explanation
for eo doing. Tho incident has caused
something of a sensation in Yavapai.
COCHISE DEMOCRATIC TICKET
Del lewis Captured the Shrievalty Nomination.
Unlnstructed Delegates to Tucson.
Special to tbo Kelt
Bisbeb, Ana, Aug. 21. The
ty convention at Tombstone nominated
the following ticket: B. A. Packard,
council ; J. M. Steve
Roemer and Jamos Howell, for assemblymen
; A. V. Lewis, sheriff ; M. D.
Scribner, treasurer; Frank Hare, recorder;
Sctu Leavenworth, district
attorney; O. It. Bostwick, probate
judge ; Charles Wallace, school superintendent
; Geo. 0. Clark, surveyor ;
J. J. Bowcu aud Wm. Pntchett, supervisors.
The delegates to the territorial con
vention are unlnstructed.
frank Nelson Shot at Blsbee.
A telegiam was received hero
yesterday by Mrs. Clark Barbor announcing
tho death of her son, Frank,
from a gunshot wound.
We learn from the Bisbeo Review
that the shooting took place over a
game of stud pokor. There were live,
all nogroes, in the game. Frank Nelson
had "gone broke" aud asked the
dealer to give him a stack of chips.
Kyles, who was In the game, objected
Jto chips being given Nelson without
Kyles cashed in his chips and wont
outside. Nelson followed a few
minutes later, and the shooting began.
Six shots were fired, whou NolsOu
stepped into an adjoining room, pistol
in hand. Ho had beon fatally wounded.
The bullot passed through the
second front rib, through the pulmonary
artery and left lung and out at
Kyles, who was arrested while trying
to escape, claims lie shot In
Mrs. E. J. Rutycrts and little son
returned on" Monday night' from
liavinj spent two months vosry
pleasantly on the coast
.'tt.'; !- t --ii.-.