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EL PASO HERALD
Monday, January 31, 1910.
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Tom Hanson Uses a Knife
With Deadly Effect on
Tribesmen Who Testified
Globe, Ariz., Jan. 31. As the result
of a long standing- feud, Tom Hanson,
of a long- standing feud. Tom Honsou.
tribesmen and seriously injured three
more late Saturday evening-. The mur
derer used a knife -with deadly effect
After the killing he escaped to the
irountains. Hanson, or T. B. 38, Is a
resident of the San Carlos reservation,
but -was engaged in farming on Spring
creek at the time the murders were com
mitted Indian runners brought the news to
Payson and it was telephoned to Globe.
Sheriff Thompson immediately tele
graphed Fort Apache. A squad of cav
alry -will take the trail. A posse was
also sent out from Globe.
Hanson had recently completed a two
years' sentence In the terrl orial prison
for the murder of a squaw. All of the
vicjfims "were -witnesses against him at
"While in. the prison he threatened to
This is ."just
a gentle hint
to re m i n d
Jan. 31st is
last day on
can qualify to exer
cise the right of a
See that your Re
have paid. They
will want to vote in
U. S. GOES", Comity Chairman.
G& A.E.JLflULiv( f ;
Im Fain, Cn-
U. U- . Cikxc. -a.me Troubles. Ais
Eciema and UheuuiatlKin.
For 25 years Botanic Blood Balm (B.
B. P.) Ir&s been curing yearly thou
sands of sufferers from Primary. Sec
ondary or Tertiary Blood Poison, nnd J
all lorms oi rsiooa and Skin Plseases.j
uancer, .rwieumauism ana iiiczema. We
solicit the most obstinate cases, because
B. B. B. cures where all else fails. If
you have aches and pains In Bones,
Back or Joints, Mucous Patches in
mouth. Sore Throat. Pimp'us, Copper
Colored Spots, Ulcers on any part of
the body. Hair or Eyebrows falling out,
Itching. Watery Blisters or Open Hu
mors. Risings or Pimples of Eczema,
Bolls, Swellings, Eating Sores, take B.
B. B. It klills the poison, purifies the
blood, stops all aches, pains and itch
ins, curing the worst case of Blood
Poison, Rheumatism or Eczema.
BOTANIC BLOOD BALM B. B. BO Is
pleasant and safe to taker composed of
pure Botanic Ingredients. It purifies
and enriches the blood. DRUGGISTS
$1 PER jLARGE BOTTLE.
SAMPLE SENT FREE by writ la r tm
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ma, catarrh in all
us forms, dyspep
fieart disease, kid
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der trouble, rheu
matism and blood
cer cured. No mer
cury or minerals
used. Nervous de
bility cured as by
peculiar to wom.a
cured without a
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kill all who appeared against him. At
the time of the murder, it Is said, he
was under the Influence of liquor. He is
known as a bad Indian. '
Will Pass on Bond Issue
More Industries for
Sweetwater, Texas, Jan. 31. N. J.
O'Brien, vice president and general
manager of the Orient, accompanied by
attorney H. C. Hord, chief engineer C.
H. Webster and chief engineer R, Z.
Parker, of the railroad commission,
made an inspection trip over the Orient
In order for tne railroad commission
to pass upon the company's application
for a bond issue.
A lime manufacturing plant and a
rock crusher are to be in operation
j soon, according to the promoters, K. R.
Seaton and R Severn, who have already
commenced work upon the plant.
At the home of judge Beall, Miss
Florence iL. Beall and R. r. May were
united in marriage recently. Several
people from out of town were in attend
ance.' E. P. McAdams and Gerald Fitzgerald,
cashier and assistant cashier of the
First National bank, have purchased
the Hope block of land west of the
J. A. Kuykendall and H. E. Jackson,
two capltalists'from Miles, Texas, were
here recently, looking over the pros
pects at Sweetwater.
The Farmers' and Merchants State
Bank and Trust company has, by a
vote of Its stockholders and directors,
decided to Increase Its capital stock to
The Rev. G. Alexander, of Xashvlle,
Tenn., gave a number of lectures here
at the ministers conference, held re
cently. DRY FARMERS
Mve Experiment Stations to
Be Established Near
Yaughn, N. M.
Vaughn, N. M., Jan. 31. Prof. J. D
Tinsley. agricultural demonstrator for
the Santa Fe, lectured here recently to
a large and much interested audience
of farmers on the subject of dry farm
ing. He will establish five experimen
tal stations three miles from town.
J. C. Armstrong, who was called. to
Tokepa, Kan., on account of the illness
of his son, has returned.
Contractor Monroe has laid the foun
dation of "W. H. Angel's two story busi
Another lumber yard will soon be
opened here. J. C Robe has nearly com
pleted his office and storeroom, in
which all kinds of building material
will De handled.
There "was a double wedding here
Saturday, when Margareta "Vallegos and
Odela Padilla and Obel Valdes and Esll
fannlta Bacca were married. Father
Joseph Houtterman, of Puer de Xiuna,
N. M., officiated.
Many a Good Cook's
Reputation Gomes From
the Flavoring She Uses.
usually deserves all the praise.
Burnett's Vanilla gives an individual
flavor to desserts, ices, puddings and
candies. It gives that delicious, natural
flavor of the "Finest Mexican Vanilla
Beans." That is why Burnett's is
Insist andyourgrccerwih supply you.
Send vs your grocer's name and we will mail
you. FREE, thirty-s is original, tested recipe
of delicious dainties easily and economically
Yoa -will get new ideas from this FREE book.
Tr3E?H BURNETT COMPANY, 36 Iciia St., BgsIgb
Weliave just received a consignment
of PURINA POULTRY FSBDS, Call
and examine them.
trca mixture of over a dozen varfetiej
of grains and seeds. They contain
absolutely no grit which make
weight. They contain absolutely.no
burnt nor smutty wheat. Your chick
ens will thrive upon this feed it's no
experiment, but a practical feed for
practical poultry raisers. Come iA
sad ask for a sample of it.
FOg SALS BY
0. 0. Seefon &
Miner Is Kille'd and Engi
neer Has Miraculous Es-
cape Bisbee ISTews. .
BIsbee, Ariz., Jan. 31. Sinking a wellM
in the yard in the rear of his house, in
this city, Joe Lippert struck ore carry
ing gold and. copper. A number of
samples of the ore bodies have been
assayed, giving encouraging results.
Lippert, however, cannot rejoice .very
much at his discovery, as he has only
surface rights, the 'mineral rights be
longing to Martin O'Hara.
Emil Johnson, a miner, was working
at the Hoatson shaft, when a large
rock fell upon him, crushing his left
leg and causing Internal injuries. He
was brought to the C. & A. hospifal,
where he died after a few hours. John
son leaves a "srife.
C. W. Evans, mining engineer of the
Copper Queen, was" working with some
instruments at the edge of a level at
the Gardner mine, when he fell back
ward, a distance ,of 100 feet. He struck
the bottom of the shafUupon his feet,
however, and a few bruises and his in
struments broken was the only dam
age. Richard Davis has been elected chief
of the fire department In BIsbee.
When Mrs. Oliver, proprietress of a
rooming house, entered the room she
rented, the night before to a stranger,
she had the unpleasant surprise of see
ing the room completely empty. Every
piece of bed clothing and other objects
had disappeared, and with them the
mysterious man who had played the
A basketball game will" be played
Friday night by the Tucson and BIsbee
High school girls.
REACHES PLATEAU J
Settlers Travel 350 Miles
Overland for New Home.
Plateau, Texas, Jan. 31. I. Is. Welty
and family have at last reached this
place, after 350 miles overland on a
prairie schooner, leaving Abilene during
Christmas week. He will put 100 acres
of land in cultivation a short distance
northeast of town.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Turk have gone to
Canyon City, where Mr. Turk will en
gage in the dry goods business.
Mi's. J. T. Leavell and daughter,
L.ous.ella, left for Colorado City recently,
to be present at the marriage of her
daughter, Miss Isla Wulfjen, ' to Mr.
"Watson, of "Wichita Falls, at the home
of the bride's sister, Mrs. Robt. Brenr
Earnest Carter has arrived from Abi
lene, and will have a neat cottage
.erected on his land near town, and-lo-cate
Andrew Kendrick has arrived fjfpm
Colonia Diaz, Mexico, to take charge of
the well drill of John Mann.
J. H. Feeby left recently for El Paso.
The T. & P. railroad carpenters have''
been making some repairs on the sec
tion house at this place.
T. C. Turk and Ones Feeby were in
Van Horn lately.
Mr. Roddy and family, of Bqracho, are
visiting Plateau friends.
DELAYED MAIL DISCOVERED
WHEN POSTOFFICE MOVES
Miami People Are Elated Petitions
Circulated To Have Miami a
Miami, Ariz., Jan. 31. Miami people
who have failed to st mail which they
knew had been sent them, have just
found out why they did not get it
"When the postoifice equipment was1
moved from the former postoffice on
the hill, to the new quarters in town,
postmaster Joe Prochaska insisted on
packing down everything in the old of
fice, even including a sack of "rub
bish." "When the "rubbish" which was sched
uled to participate in a bonfire illum
ination, -was dumped on the floor of
the new postoffice, it became known
that it consisted of letters, other first
class mail articles, packages, and
bundles, all addressed to Miamians.
Those to whom the articles had been
sent had made many inquiries for them
at the old office, but had been informed
that there was nothing doing. Now they
are indulging In some tall thinking and
Petitions, which if favorably acted
upon by the board of supervisors will
result in Miami becoming a voting pre
cinct, with Its own 'precinct! officials,
are being circulated.
The petition to the board of super
visors requesting that Miami be made a
voting precinct also asks the board of
supervisors to appoint LaFayette P.
Nash,, as justice of -the peace for Miami.
Ar petition is being circulated which
wjll be presented to sheriff J. H.
Thompson requesting hin to appoint as
resident deputy sheriff here, John L.
Spoon and this petition also is receiving
many signatures. i
YSLETA PERSONALS AND
VALLEY NEWS NOTES.
Ysleta, Texas, Jan. 31. G.JP. Clark,
of Albuquerque, N. M., has$,begun a
new residence on his ranch.
Capt. A. J. Galley is again at the
Galley-Clark headquarters, after an ex
tensive business trip through Colorado.
Mrs. Gailey accompanied Captf,Galey
back. ' "'
Mr. and Mrs. M. Loewensteinjhave re
turned from a visit to El Paso.
N. M. Davidson was hero recently to
get the rangers to assist him in recov
ering his saddle, which was stolen sev
eral weeks ago. Mr. Davidson was
successful in recovering his horse,
which was stolen at the same time.
J. Milton Clark is in Alexandria, La.,
for a short time.
'Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets invariably bring relief.tp wo
men suffering from -chronic constipa
tion, headache, biliousness, dizziness,
sallowness of the skin and dyspepsia.
Sold by all druggists
IN DAWSON YARDS
Is Taken to Alamogordo
Mreman Dies There
"Carrizozo, X. M., Jan. 31. Engineer
George C. Burke, of the switch engine
at Duran, while leaning out- of the
cab window of his engine at that point,
was Struck on the head by a projec
ing his skull and lacerating his scalp
tion of a car in a passingtrain, crush
badly. He was taxen to tne company
(hospital at Alamogordo on the next
train and, according to latest reports,
is still unconscious and in a very crit
Yardmaster F. F. Mudge is again on
duty after having spent a 60 day leave
of absence at San Francisco and Los
Conductor J. "W. Johnson has left
the services of the company and gone
to El Paso.
Engineer TV. A. Hong has been trans
ferred from Tucumcari to Carrizozo.
Fireman "W. D- Osborn, who was In
jured January oth on the Dawson
branch when his engine blew up, kill
ing engineer J. TV. Elkins, died in the
hospital at Alamogordo on the 2Sth.
Car repairer C. F. Gaul has resigned
and returned to his home at Des
A. C. Hines has ueen promoted .from
locomotive fireman to engineer and is
now running out of this point.
Mrs. H. C. Bond and son Ray have
moved to Kansas. t
Miss Myrtle Cunningham, daughter
of engineer Cunningham, Is visiting
here from El Paso.
C. C. Benson has been promoted from
fireman to engineer and has been as
signed to an engine between here and
Machinist Chas. Bell Is acting round
house foreman during the sickness of
night roundhouse foreman George "W.
Sharp. '" ,
J. O. Humsden, formerly storekeeper
here, has returned from a 30 day leave
of absence to the east coast of Florida,
and is now with his family In El
Fireman Tom Patton has been as
signed to service on the Dawson
Engineer Geo. iyke has left rthe
service of the company and gone to
Chas. Downing, who has been em
ployed in the niechanical department,
has left the services of the company1
and gone to his old home in Fort
C. H. Tompkins has taken a position
In the shops.
TVm; "Walters is now working In the
Car foreman S. F. Miller, In charge
of the wrecker, has gone to Ancho to
pick up some wrecked cars.
Dr. M. G. Paden has moved into his
new drug store, which he has just
"recently completed. 5
ECONOMY "WAVE STRIKES
GLOBE CITY COUNCIL
Police Force to Be Reduced Stenogra
pher In Clerk's Office Is Also
Globe. Ariz., Jan. 31. A wave or
economy struck the city council and
partially submerged the police force
and the office of the city clerk. "With
respect to the former department; the
council tabled a petition to maintain the
strength of the force as at present and t
to continue the salaries of the officers
.at $120, while the ax removed the
stenographer m the clerk's office.
The petition signed by 60 taxpayers
which expressed the belief that four of-
ncers in aaamon to tne marshal were
necessary to maintain law and order 1
In Globe was presented by attorney C.
W. Rawlins. On motion of councilman
Rose, the petition was denied.
Councilman Maurel fathered the
proposition of depriving the city clerk
of his office assistant and it was car
ried, councilmen Rose and House voting
in tne negative, .mgaon and McNeil vot-
mg amrmativeiy. Several hundred
dollars monthly will be saved the city
through this action of the council. ,
A proposition to change the bounds
of the first, second and third wards wa
I presented in a petl-tlon from the city
"""''" wmmuiec .fiucoraing to the
plan proposed, the first ward is to
comprise the portion of the citv smith
j of Maple street; Second ward between
oiapie ana uaic streets; Third ward, be
tween Oak and Cline streets. The new
ward plan probably will become effect
ive before the next city election
The "Wednesday club will be enter-'
tained by Mrs. J. C. Bruner, February
2. "Egypt; Its Language, Literature
and Religion," will be the subject.
Papers will be read by Mrs. Williamson
Mrs. Ridenour and Mrs. Arkills '
T GJ ,HIlVe11 and have "adopted
Isabel Ruth. 1
COLONIA MORELOS BUILDS
DIPPING VAT FOR CATTLE
Colonia Dublan, Mex., Jan. 31
Colonia Morelos contracted to' sell from
800 to 1000 steers to the Cananea com
pany; but when they were examined
they found the cattle affected with
ticks. The sale was immediately turned
down, but later the Cananea people
agreed to stand by their contract if the
colonists would build, a vat and dip the
cattle, which they are preparing to do
The vat win prove very valuable to
cattle raisers in those parts.
A. "W. Ivins, S. J. Robinson, George
F. Sevey, and H. S. Harris, all came .in
on the train last evening.
Lucile Robinson went up to El Paso
where she met and visited with her
father until he took the train for Co
lonia Dublan. She then took a train
for Utah, where she will meet Adelbert
Taylor, who has been on a mission to
Germany for the last 30 months.
The young folks enjoyed 'themselves
at a dance Saturday evening.
Mrs.4Maud Spillsberry and her little
son, Bernard, want to El Paso in search
of medical aid. j -
ROBBERY OF MAX'S ROOM
AT SIERA BLANCAj PERSONALS
Sierra Blanca, Tex.. Jan. 3 1. Burglars
entered Jim Carter's room at the Car
ter hotel and notwithstandining that Jim
was in his room asleep at the time took
all the clothes that he left off at bed
time. Including his .watch, keys, small
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Freeman were In El
"Walter Lester, of the Brown News
company at this place, made a business
trip to El Paso.
"W. C. McFall was here from La Val
ley. Pat Dolan is here from his ranch at
the hot springs on the river-
DOCTOR IS KILLED
Capt. Stephen O'Connor Is
Held for Killing Jfear
Nogales Ariz.. Jan. 31. News has
reached Nogales of the killing of Dr.
A. S. Russell by Cape. Stephen O'-Con-nor,
at "Washington camp, some 22
miles from Nogales.
According to information received
here, O'Connor and Russell met in a
store and words followed. After their
quarrel Russell left and went toward
the old hoist- He was followed and
shot by O'Connor, the bullet piercing
the lungs, and death resulted shortly
Several years ago, Capt. O'Connor
was stationed with his company at old
Fort Crlttendonr this county, during
which time he secured some valuable
mining property. Later, he went to
Texas, the. company being sent to that
state, and he was also in the Philippines
war. Some time later, however, he re
turned to Duquesne, where his property
is situated. He alleges that various
means have been resorted to to wrest
his property from him by the Duquesne
Mining company. Dr. Russell was the
D. R. Kelsey, of the International
drug store, is on a short vacation in
Nick Farrell and A. D. Page were
here from Patagonia recently.
Manuel R. Vera accompanied by his
wife and private secretary, were in
Nogales lately, en route to their home
In the City of Mexico. Mr. Vera is
a noted civil engineer of the city of
Mexico, and was sent out some time
ago by the Mexican government to
study the canal systems, water supply
and irrigation possibilltaies of the
state of Sinaloa-
A banquet was given In honor of the
party at the Hotel Moderno.
Mrs. "Will "Walker, who has been ill
for some time, left rece ntly for Los
. Frank Krupp, forest guard, discov
ered a fire in the growth in a canyon
near town lately, and was just in time
to prevent its reaching a nearby forest.
Ranchers along the Santa Cruz river,
near Nogales, report favorable condi
tions and prospects for good crops this
year. All their grain crops are in.
Reports from the Nogales-Tucson cut
off railroad construction are that an
additional force of men and teams have
been put on the work.
Miss Margaret Clemmons, of "Weir,
Kan., has arrived in Nogales, to super
vise the suit and cloak department at
the Red House store.
,Mrs. Ella Zimmerman left recently J
for a visit to Dallas, Texas, accom
panied by her little nieces, Blanche and
Globe Flour, best by test,
and the payroll in El Paso.
FOUND NEAR MARFA
Judge H. H. Kilpatriek Has
a Large Deposit of It.'
ifarf a ISTotes.
Marfa, Tex., Jan. 31. Judge H. H.
Kllpatrick sent to his brother in Penn
sylvania a large sample of lithograph
stone which he procured recently on
land he owns near Marfa. The stone was
analyzed some time ago and pronounced
by experts to be of fine quality. There
are large deposits of this valuable stone
in Presidio county.
T. H. Seay 13 In Candelarla survey-
jnff out a town plat for that thriving
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Harris have re
turned from a visit to San Antonio.
M. KIrby, who has been seriously 111
for some time, is 'reported slowly im
proving. Pat Roach, of Los Angeles. Cal., who
formerly had charge of the Aragon sec
tion, and who has been attending court j
here for the past 10 days, has returned
A cnumber of Marfa citizens are agi
tatjng incorporation and a better town.
Push and prosperity will be the slogan
Miss Myrtle "White, who" has been
'teaching school at tVie Sans ranch near
Marfa, will leave tonight for her home
at Gause, Tex.
The "mercantile concern of Murphy
Walker has just completed a large an
nex to the big store.
A message from Del Rio states that
E. P. Sims was jailed there yesterday on
a charge of stabbing a Mexican. The
Mexican is not expected to live. Sim
as a printer about 23 years of age, and
was emploj-edon the New Era at Marfa
until a few days ago.
An Offer Backed by One of
Our Most Reputable
"We 1 pay for all the medicine used
during the trial, if our remedy fails
to completely relieve you of consti
pation. We take all the risk,. 'You
are not obligated to us In any way
whatever, if you accept our offer.
That's a mighty broad statement, but
we mean every word of it. Could any
thing be more fair for you?
A most scientific, common-sense
treatment is Rexall Orderlies, which
are eaten like candy. Their active
principle is a recent scientific discov
ery that Is odorless, colorless and taste
less; very pronounced, gentle and pleas
ant In action, and particularly agree
able in every way. This ingredient
does not cause diarrhoea, nausea, flatu
lence, griping or any Ingpnvenience
whatever. Rexall Orderlies' are partic
ularly good for children, aged and deli
If you suffer from chronic or habit
ual constipation, or the associate or
dependent chronic ailments, we urge
you to try Rexall Orderlies at our risk.
Remember you can get them in El Paso
only at our stores. 12 tablets 10 cents;
36 tablets 25 cents. The Rexall Stores,
People's Drug Store and Kelly & Pol
H L Q R S El
Santa Fe, N. M., Jan. 31. Incorpora
tion papers are being prepared in this
city for the Arizona-Colorado Railroad
company, with a capitalization of $4,
000,000, to build a branch line of the
Southern Pacific from Lordsburg,
through western New Mexico, to Du
Territorial engineer Vernon L. Sulli
van has approved the application of
George T. Lambert, of Dorsey, Colfax
county, for the waters of Tinaja creek,
to -"irrigate 2500 acres at a cost of 45,
000. He rejected the application of
Louis E. Lamb, of Bluewater, Valencia
county, for the waters of the Ashfork,
a branch of the San Jose, but granted
the application of E. A. Clayton, of Ar
tesia, Eddy county, for the waters of
TRAMPLED BY HORSE
Good Mow of Water Struck.
Bonds for "Water Works
to Be Sold.
Dayton, N. M., Jan. 31. A thrilling
scene was enacted on Main street re
cently, when F. "W. Jorns, merchant and
postmaster, with arms clasped tightly
around the neck of a runaway horse,
was dragged until the frantic animal
finally knocked him down, in front of
his own store- He was trampled and
painfully Injured, but he will recover.
The Dayton Deep "Well company has
just brought in an artesian well, flow
ing 19 inches over an eight Inch casing,
for J. Enoch, on his place, four miles
northwest of Dayton.
March 1 Is the date set for deciding
on the purchasers of bonds and opening
of bids for the construction of a water
system for Dayton.
J. J. Dacus has opened a new grocery
store in the concrete storeroom on the
west side of the square.
Mrs. H. A. Van Epps has departed for
Cleveland, Ohio, where she will make
an extended visit.
Judge Harris, of Hope, brought in
two large wagonloads of apples re
cently. J. I. Slover Is adding another room
to his blacksmith shop, and will carry
a line of farming Implements and hard
ware. "Wm. Crump, of "West Virginia, was
looking over lands around Dayton late
ly, with a view of investing.
F. V. Jorns, proprietor of the Day
ton Supply company, has moved into
the cottage on Third avenue, formerly
occupied by S. E. Dunham, of the Big
10 Lumber company.
J. A. Puntney, representing the Tot-zek-Flnnegan
Realty company, of Ros
well, was here recently, arranging to
locate in Dayton. This company is
pushing Dayton real estate.
The Lattion brothers have installed
a 5 horse power gasoline pump in a
40 foot tvell, recently completed on their
place, two miles east of town- The
pump throws four feet of water over
the top of the casing, a volume which
Is estimated to be sufficient to irrigate
SANTA ROSA PERSONALS.
Santa Rosa, N. M., Jan. 31. Judge
and Mrs. F. D. Morse have gone to El
Paso, where Mrs. Morse, who has been
quite sick for the last few days, will
enter a hospital.
Mrs. S. S. Moise and little son are
visiting in Corona for a few days.
Harry Singer, of Des Moines, la., is
now clerk In the Santa Rosa drug store.
Mr. and. Mrs. J. J. Moise and Mr. and
Mrs. S. S. Moise entertained a number
of their friends at cards recently. Re
freshments were served.
Fred L. Braun, of Los Tanos, has dis
posed of his mercantile- business at that
place and accepted a position with the
Moise Bros. Co. His family will move
to Santa Rosa soon.
J. "W. Compton and family, who have
spent the past three months in Cnant,
have returned and again taken up their
residence In Santa Rosa.
Mrs. Olive Buckley, of Duluth, Minn.,
is visiting the family of Geo. H. Smith,
Offices In New Building
(5 The floor plans of the modern fireproof building of the Amer
Aft icon National Bank are now readj and offices maj now be re
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Judge John R. McFie heard the appli
cation of game warden Thomas P. Ga
ble for a writ of mandamus to compel
territorial auditor "W. G. Sargent to
pay out the surplus of $5000 In the
game protection fund for a fish hatch
ery at Santa Fe. sJudga McFie took the
matter under advisement.
A. P. Gatchell.Nfor the past 30 years
a conductor of the Santa Fe system,
died suddenly of rheumatism of the
heart. He was aged 83 years, and came
to Santa Fe from Las Vegas three years
ago, running the train on the Santa Fe
Lamy' branch line. His wife, a daugh
ter Jn Denver, and a son In Albuquer
que, survive him. He was a member
of the United "Workmen and of the Or
der of Railway Conductors. The fu
neral was held today at Las Vegas.
ENDS LIFE WHEN
Nogales Young Man Jokes
With Friends and Com
Nogales, Ariz., Jan. 31. Enrique En
cinas blew his brains out; at his noma
dn Nogales, Son., about T oclock, just at
the hour that his former sweetheart
was married in Magdalena, Mex.
Young Encinas had been with friend3
in the plaza until 7 oclock, when he
went home- for supper. After eating,
he told his mother she need never fix
i his supper again, whereupon he went
to nis room ana committee suiciae.
He was the son of Jose Maria En
cinas, who holds a responsible position
in the judiciary department of the state
Joseph Pascholy, former resident and
banker of Nogales, but now of Los An
geles, Is in the city.
A. M. Cubillas and Ignacio S. Garcia,
of Hermosillo are in Nogalesr
AGED MAN AND AN AGED
"WOMAN DD3 AT TTTLAROSA.
Tularosa. N. ML, Jan. 31. George
Stuart died Sunday morning with,
pneumonia. Mr. Stuart was 72 years
old and had just moved here a few
days ago from the mountains. He
leaves a wife and three sons and on&
Mrs. M. E. Hyde died after several
months of suffering. Mrs. Hyde was
69 years old and has lived in this
country for 30 odd years. She leaves
four sons and two daughters.
Dr. J. R- Howell made a short trip
to Three Rivers recently.
"Walter Hyde and. family, have re
turned to Alamogordo.
"Walker Hyde and family have re
turned to Carrizozo. C
Ten of the Tularosa women spent
an enjoyable day In tire mountains on
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