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ALL WORLD ARTISTS
Caruso, Sembrich, Journet, Tetrazzini, Melba, Far-
rar3 Sehuman-Heiak, Seotti and others, in selections
froin Lucia, TraYiata, Lohengrin, La Pavorita,
ilj'aust, Rigoietto, Tosea, Tannhauser, etc., etc.
This Evening, 7:30 Oclock.
W. G. Waiz Company
103 EL PASO ST.
PERSONALS AID XEWS
NOTES FR03I MARFA
SbHhert Concert Company Appears
There nad a Dance Follows New
Minister Locates in the Town.
Marfa, Texas, Feb. 10. Attorney R.
H. Hays has been seriously ill for sev
Dr. W. E. Robertson, of the Las Ani
mas Mining company, Tias returneq. to
Sonora, ilexico. --
Tom Crosson has heen in the Shat
ter country several days on -ouslness.
The Shubert company played to a
packed house at the Marfa opera house
recently, after which a dance was en
joyed. A number of young women from
the ranches were in attendance.
Rev. Mr. Carver has located here per-
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After years of debate medical author-
ities are now agreed' that Eczema and
other skin diseases are not seated in
the blood, but are caused by myriads of
miscroscopic animals gnawing the flesh
just below the epidermis. The patient Is
perfectly healthy, It Is only the skin that
Hence, scientists are now agreed that
you must cure the skin through the
skin. The medicine miust be in liquid form
In order to penetrate properly. And we
can say with confidence that we have the
true remedy for Eczema in our store.
The instant you wash with this sooth
ing liquid you will find the itch relieved.
We .positively assure you of this. "Will
you try a bottle (at only 25c), on our
recommendation? Ask for D. D. D. Pre
scription. Kelly & Pollard.
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T manently as rector
W. R. Ake, of Alpine, Is here today
G. A. Howard and sisterinlaw, Miss
Agnes Clausenwitz, of Alameta, have re
turned home after' a short visit in
Marfa. Mo. Howard has an irrigated
farm in the Alameta country. He stated
that crop prospects were good in his
Messrs. J. A. Henry and A. H. Jor
dan, of San Antonio, are here on busi
ness. Prof. H. B. Griffin Is building an
addition to his residence and otherwise
improving the property.
Masonic lodge will entertain tonight
Messrs. T. T. Lay and W. N. Stockwell
of El Paso.
Messrs. W. N. Stockwell and T. T.
Lay of EI Paso, returned to Marfa
from Fort Davis today.
Every contractor and mechanic in
Marfa is busy and a number of sub
stantial improvements are going on.
Geo. W. Collie has returned to Marfa
from a trip to the river. A .number of
trappers accompanied him from Cande
laria down she Rio Grande to DeLRio,
and 62 beavers were captured.
Attorney Harris Is enjoying an out
ing at Presidio.
SILVER CITY TO HAVE
PLENTY OP CE3IENT WALKS
Silver City, N. M., Feb. 10. A chain,
of cement sidewalks is being construc
ted on Market street just west of the
Elks' opera house by property owners
on that street and when this is com
pleted it will make a complete line of
cement walks from the business nor-
tion of the city through the residence
section, a distance of about two miles.
1p HE success of the Bitters has
11 been so phenomenal that it
has long been recognized as "thej
best" for Poor Appetite, Indiges-
tion, Colds and Grippe. Insist on
On New York Limited
The Crack Train of the South
Leaves New Orleans daily 8:00 P. M.
Quick time through service to Bir
mingham, j Louisville. Cincinnati, Chi
cago. For additional information write
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MINER IS KILLED
- IN BISBEE MINE
Another Miner Is Injured
3sTews of Developments in
Bisbee, Ariz., Feb. 10. While adjusting-
a clamp on a pipe at the 600 foot
leTel of the Sacramento shaft of the
Copper Queen Mining- company, John D.
Clark fell down the shaft for a distance
of 750 feet. His body was found at the
bottom of the shaft crushed to a mass.
H. Pemberty, a .miner of the Spray
shaft, had his foot badly smashed yes
terday by a big- pieee of rock.
The Custer brothers, who have been
testing the ground in the neighborhood
of this city -with a machine of their
own invention, have left for the east.
They said that the fields near the Coun
try club are the richest places for un
derground minerals. According to their
statement, the Custer brothers -will build
a larger placer worker and In a few
months tvvill be back here to purchase
and develop gome ground.
It has been officially announced by
the Calumet & Arizona Mining company
that regular shipments of ore to the
smelter from the Gennania shaft will be
gin no later than this week.
A group of claims located near the
Empire mine are being examined by a
few citizens of Bisbee. Ore bodies -which
have been encountered are said to be rich
According to a statement of F. Briggs,
president of the Bed irountain Devel
opment company, a strike of good ore
was made at the bottom of the shaft of
this company's property.
Notwithstanding the holding up by
congress of the CTwin Butte's railroad
bonds, work is proceeding and only a
few miles of grading -work are necessary
for the completion of the whole line. It
Is announced with satisfaction that
trains will run over the line a month
ahead of time.
According to widespread rumor, the
La "Vintia property has been leased for
the sum of $65,000. (The La Vintia prop
erty Is located In the Yellowstone dis
trict near Benson, Ariz., and belongs
to Los Angeles parties. Ore bodies of
high values have been encountered and
though the place has never been intelli
gently and extensively developed, pros
pects look very bright.
The sale of the Canavan clay beds at
I Gallup, N. M., belonging to the Copper
(Divon "Mininfr ninnariv tonic Tlof ves
terday in Bisbee. The buyer was A. S.
Allen, proprietor of the Albuquerque
fire brick manufacturing plant, who
came to this city in order to consum
mate the deal.
Gov. Curry Makes IsTatioiial
Santa Fe News.
Santa Fe, N. M., Feb. 10 Former del
egate to congress Bernard S. Rodey,
who will be superseded as federal
judge of Porto Rico by judge John J.
Jenkins of Wisconsin, is coming back
to Albuquerque to take part in the
contest for the United States senator
ship in case New Mexico is admitted.
The Las Bocas Irrigation company,
of Albuquerque, has filed incorporation
papers with capital of quarter million
dollars. The company will build an
irrigation- dam in Abo pass, Torrance
county. The incorporators and direc- J
tors are: Charles P. Xewbery, Pitt
Ross, Alfred W. Krueger and Frank R.
Coe, all of Albuquerque. Incorporation
papers were also filed by the Clayton
Aito and Machine company. The capi
tal is ?10,000 and the incorporators and
directors: Noah Geiger, "William J.
Eeaton and Andrew Zurcher.
The mounted police have arrested H.
B. Miller at Scottsbbro, Chaves county,
who is wanted at Matadoro, Texas, on
the charge of horse stealing.
The territorial board of water com
missioners has rejected the appeal of
Henry Tipton from the approval of
the application of Frank E. Downs of
Carlsbad for the waters of the Pecost
river in Eddy county.
Traveling auditor Charles V. Safford
announced that the resources of- the
building and loan associations of New
Mexico are $1,214,379.
Governor Curry has made the fol
lowing National Guard appointments:
D. C. Pearson, J. Ross Thomas, C. C.
Eckhardt, L. L. Johnson, J. C. M.
Krumtum, F. P. Spencer, C. M. Mayes
and Jack Fletcher, instructors at the
New Mexico Military Institute at Ros
well, to be captains, and T. R. Stains,
WEDDING TAKES PLACE
AT NACO, ARIZONA.
Naco, Ariz., Feb. 10. Mrs. Lillian
Spires and Thomas Jones were- unitea
in marriage by justice of the peace
Jlf M. Hall. Mrs. Spires has been a
resident of Nogales, where she was
reared. Mr. Jones resides in Bisbee,
where they will make their home.
Nitz Herlitz, vice president and -manager
of the Swedish Iron and Steel cor
poration, of New Orleans, came out from
Cananea and stated that he placed a
carload of goods in Cananea.
J. H. McLean, one of the assistant
superintendents of the S. P. railroad,
of Mexico, and formerly master me
chanic at Naco, is at Naco' o"h official
J. J. Newell, deputy sheriff and con
stable of this precinct, went to Can
anea today, it is thought to assist Bob
Hilborn get the two Mexican murderers
out with as little delay as possible,
as John Newell is well and favorably
known to officials at La Cananea.
Frank Mosen, president of the Green
Cattle company, Is in Naco today on
R. K. Clancy, general manager of the
Santa Rosalia Gold and Silver Mine
company, in the Cananea .district of
Sonora, is a business visitor in Naco.
He will spend a few days here.
H. D. Hall, of the night police force
of Bisbee, left for Cananea on official
business, accompanying John G. New
ell, of Naco.
Jake Miller, a traveling man, is mak
ing Naco today.
! SILVER CITY TO HAVE
J A NEW SCHOOL SOON
Silver City, N. M.f Feb. 10. The Sil
ver City school board is busy these
days getting in shape plans and esti
mates for the construction of a 25,000
new public school building. The
board has purchased considerable
ground adjoining the present old
building and it -is understood that it
will only be a very few weeks before
ground will be broken for the founda
tion for a handsome new building, one
of the finest in the territory.
BROKEN BIB RUNS
THROUGH HIS LUNG-
Man Loses Arm Erom Blood
Poison Equipment for
Roswell, N. M.t Feb. 10. With six ribs
broken and one of them piercing his
lung six Inches, resulting from a fall
from a windmill. Will Schrier, 3G years
old, died at St. Mary's hospital after
frightful suffering, leaving a widow
and four small children.
John Burns, who came near losing
his life from blood poison, following an
injury to the fingers on one hand
while cutting beets in a machine to
feed cattle, has had to have his arm
amputated above the elbow, the ampu
tation of the fingers failing to arrest
itlie progress of the disease. He has
been connected with the Bloom Cattle
company for over 25 years.
According to the invoices received by
Capt. M. S. Murray, the light battery
equipment for Roswell by the United
States Includes four cannon of three
inch calibre, eight caissons, a forge
wagon with every kind of blacksmith's
and woodworker's tools, electrical tools,
pistols and ammunition outfits, etc.
The annual German of the Pecos Val
ley Pan-Hellenic association given at
the Roswell armory, was one of the
brilliant successes of the social sea
son. The proposed filling of the gap be
tween Pecos and San Angelo, Texas,
by the A.. T. & S. F. railroad company
I will connect Roswell and other Pecos
valley points more directly with Gal
veston if it should be built.
Since June 1, 1909, there have been 33
artesian wells completed in Chaves
county and there are now inthe county
547, artesian wells subject to the artesian
well tax, the total tax being ?2S70 for
the year 1910. There are at present auu
well drillers in the county who repre
sent 13 well machines, according to the
report of Byron O. Beall, artesian well
A. L. Haynes nas sold his 320 acres
of land east of the Pecos river about
eight miles from Lake Arthur to O.
Campbell, for $G400.
A tract of about 160 acres adjoining
the townslte of Hagerman has been
bought--by D. W. Duncan from S. E.
Trlppett for $24,000.
C. G. Rasmussen has sold his 360
acres of land some ten miles west of
Roswell to M. P. Myers for $3000.
W. P. Chism has sola TTotzek & Fin
negan 160 acres about six miles east of
Roswell for $5000.
George Starkweather, general man
ager of the Pecos Valley lines, is in
specting the line this week.
The new academic building at the
New Mexico Military Institute, has been
officially named "Lea Hall" in mem
ory of Cap- J- C. Lea, deceased, through
whose influence Col. Robt. I. Goss es
tablished the Goss Military institute
here in 1891. which later became he
present territorial school of arms. -
The labor of attending to his share
of the increasing business of the law
firm of Reid & Hervey, is the cause
given by James M. Hervey for resign
ing the position of district attorney
of the Fifth judicial district. L. O.
Fullen, who formerly held the affice,
and J. M. O'Brien, Mr. Hervey's assist
ant, are . applicants for the appoint
ment. TRIES TO ESCAPE
Convict Fractures Leg in
Jumping From TTall at
Santa Fe. N. M., Feb. 10. Al Blakely,
a short term convict in the penitentiary
who is employed as fireman in the brick
kiln, succeeded in setting a ladder
against the wall enclosing the peniten
tiary grounds and reaching the top. He
jumped down but sustained a compound
fracture of the leg which prevented his
getting away. He is now in the hospital.
Judge John R. McFie has anDointed L.
rO. Fullen. of Roswell. district attorney
for Chaves, Eddy, Curry and Roosevelt
counties to succeed J. M. Hervey, who
Chairman H. O. Bursum, of the ter
ritorial Republican central committee,
has called a meeting of the committee at
Santa Fe, on February 15, to formulate
views on the provisions of the Hamil
ton and Beveridge statehood bills.
J- R. Valencia, a local butcher, has
brought suit for $8000 damages against
the Sanitary Meat and Livestock com
pany, alleging the loss of the tips of
two of his fingers in a sausage machine,
which he attributes to the negligence of
his employers. -
Marfa, Tex., Feb. 10. Mr. and Mrs.
Jameg A. Shannon and -three children left
recently for San Antonio, where they
will visit relatives.
"W. H. Putman was in from "his, ranch
Miss Anita Young and her mother left
recently for their home at Shafter.
Miss Vic Glenn, of Fort Davis, was a
visitor to Marfa lajfely.
The Schubert's quartet was here re
cently. R. R. Smith was in from his ranch
J. D. Shannon is again driving the
stage after a few days absence.
Rev. a. T. Felix is in Fort Stock
ton. When the doctor says you
must take Cod Liver Oil he
means Emulsified Oil and
not thecrude oil which is very
heavy and hard to digest
is the world's standard prepa
ration of Cod Liver Oil; it is
very easily digested and im
mediately absorbed, and will
not upset the stomach like
the crude or plain oil.
Send 10c., name of paper and this sd. for onr
beautiful Savings Bank and Child's Sketch
Book. Each bank contains a Good LnckPcnny.
SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Pearl St. N. Y.
ARE ALL BUSY NOW
Carlsbad Man Dies in Cali
fornia Irrigation Sys
- teni in (rood Shape.
Carlsbad, N. .ui., Feb. 10. After the
severe cold weather which prevailed in
this section of the valley during the
latter part of last year and the early
part of the present year, Carlsbad has
enjoyed Ideal weather during the past
few days. All early spring work has
begun with an earnestness indicative
of a most industrious, and consequently,
a successful year. Spring plowing and
the planting of orchards and early
garden seeds were begun this week.
Many new people from the north and
east have purchased land in and near
Carlsbad and have erected new homes
and planted orchards, which means for
the future, a permanent and substan
tial development of the valley.
A telegram was received in this city
yesterday from San Diego Cal., an
nouncing the death of R. F. Greene, at
that place. The deceased left Carlsbad'
about ten days ago for California, ac
companied by his wife, hoping to re
ceive some benefit from an acute trou
ble of Bright's disease. Mr. and Mrs.
Greene ,came to Carlsbad from St. Louis
about two years ago and purchased
a tract of 40 acres of land Immediately
south of town, but sold it recently.
The Carlsbad project has just under
gone a thorough system of renovation
consisting of the instalation of con
crete headgates, wiers .and a ditch
cleaning preparatory to the spring run
j-ue concrete piers for the new bridge
spanning the Pecos east of Carlsbad are
now completed and the work of erect
ing the superstructure will begin im
mediately and it will be but a short
time until the plains countrv and all
of eastern Eddy county will have a
more direct road into Carlsbad. The
bridge will cost about $12,000.
L. E. Merchant was called to his
former home in Abilene by the illness
of his father. Col. C. W. Merchant, who
- -v.nn LU every cattle raiser and
commission firm in the west Col. Mer
chant has been in poor health for the
Past year but until last week was
apparently recovering. His son will
bring him to Carlsbad for treatment.
IS BURNED DOWN
Loss of $75,000 at Chihuahua
Last Night From a
Chihuahua. Mex., Feb. 10. "La. Es
trella" cracker factory here burned
down last 'night. The loss, which in
cludes building, equipment and large
amount of stock is given at about S75 -
yuu .uexican money, with $55,000 Mex
ican Insurance. The cause of the fire
The factory wa.s.the propertv-of the
corporation. Amador Gonzalez, S. en C.
in which Juan Terrazas, son of Gen.
Luis Terrazas, is largely interested.
XEW MEXICO RAXCHMAX
" DIES AT EXDEE
The Temple Talker Lectures to Tncum-
cari audience Texan at Tncum
cari Baying: Sheep.
Tucumcari, N. M., Feb. 10 Word was
received from Endee this morning that
L. D. Batson, father of Wash Bat son.
former county commissioner of Quay
county, died at his ranch home near
that place late yesterday afternoon.
Mr. Batson was nearly 70 years of age
and- was a pioneer of eastern New
Mexlco. He was weH known and re
spected all over the county. He will
be buried at the Endee cemetery.
Chedney. Hillyard. of the "Temple"
Halcyon, eal., lectured here last even
ing to a small crowd at the Masonic
Dr. Gass, president of the New Mex
ici synod of the Presbyterian church,
has sent word that he will be here
next Sunday and preach at the church
morning and evening.
Mrs. S. Givens, of Frederick, Okla.,
and her mother, Mrs. J. T. Eady. of
Logan, are here this week visiting
their brother and son, J. H. Eady.
E. W. Kline, rightofway agent for
the Rock Island lines with headauar-
ters at Topeka, Kas., is here today on
A. D. Goldenberg, worshipful master
of the local Masonic lodge, has gone
tp Vaughn to instal a lodge there.
D. E. Nosh, of Del Rio, Texas, is here
today with a view of purchasing a few
carloads of sheep."
H. G. Gardner, of Birmingham, Ala.,
came in the first of the week to spend
a few moriths for the benefit of his
Jas. Kingman of Tucson, Ariz., is
litre visiting friends.
COLONIA JUAREZ TO
HAVE SMALL CANNERY
Vegetables as "Well as Fruits Will Be
Put Up New Notes From the
Colonia Dublan, Feb. 10. Joseph
Parry and wife are moving to Colonia
Juarez. They have a small cannerv and
as there is much more fruit in Juarez,
they hope to be able to do much better
there than they could possibly do here.
Last year they successfully canned vege
tables as well as fruits. Some of their
fruits were on exhibition at the El Paso
Timothy Jones, who has returned from
a two years mission in Texas says that
in Kelsey the people, with the' aid of the
missionaries have built a meetlnc- hrm.A
As the people are very poor, It Is quite '
u. luanu iu me sunuunamg settlers how
they were able to accomplish such a bic
The Morelos people effected their
steer sae without going to the expense
of building a dipping vat. Mr. Andrews
of Douglas, is buying up everything he
can-get in that line.
J. C. Peterson and Mr. Neff have de
nounced 300 more pertenencias In the
Mr. Starkey, of Colonia Juarez, has
returned from a four months visV to
DEL RIO BANKS
MAKE GOOD SHOWING
Del Rio. Tex., Feb. 10. Concrete evi
dence that Del Rio Is progressing in
her business and commercial activities
is shown by the recent reports of the
two local national banks. These reports
when compared with the reports of "12
months ago' show that deposits in the
Del Rio banks have gained 50 percent.
The clearings for the 'last report total
Live and Home Dressed Poultry,
Home Made Sausages Pickles,
Kraut, Olives & Sealshipt Oysters
Phones, Bell 136, Auto 2345.
WANT CLIFTON TO
Petition Is Now Being Cir
culated But It May Not
Clifton, Ariz., Feb. 10. Attorney
Kearney is circulating a petition in town
to disincorporate. It is understood that
Clifton will(remaln Incorporated.
Maj. Lattin, the' almost blind printer
and newspaper man, is in the Twinn
Peaks and Carlisle districts.
G. H. and H. J. Mclntyer have received
word of the death of tfi'eir father at
ALIEN LABOR CASE
IN TOMBSTONE COURT
United States Marshal Sum
moaning Witnesses and
; Jurors at Naco.
Naco, Ariz., Feb. 10. Charles Over
lock, United States marshal for this
district, is summoning grand. jurorswand
witnesses In Naco. Marshal OverWck
stated that he thought the L'nited States
court would convene in Tombstone about
the latter part of March or the first two
weeks of April.
There "is one notable case, that of the
United States vs. Grant Bros., involving
145,000. on charges of importing alien
contract labor Into the United States, on
October 2S, 1909. ,
Seventeen witnesses are being held in
Tombstone by the United States marshal
for the department of justice.
NEW MEXICO'S DELEGATE
SECURES MORE PENSIONS
Bill for New Mexico Fish Culture Station i
Now Before Commission Post
master for Msprdalena.
Washington. D. C, Feb. 10. Delegate
Andrews has secured the passage of
pension bills for Pablo Bargas, the
same being on increase to $24. and for
Sarah J. MeGraw, widow of David W.
Megraw. of $24.
The bill to establish a fish culture
station in New Mexico having passed
the . senate is before the commission
on merchant marine and fisheries.
Confirmations of Frank W. Parker
and Fletcher M. Doan. associate jus
tices for New Mexico and Arizona have
been reported. Senator Beveridge will
not consider the statehood bill at the
next regular meeting day Friday, but
has postponed it to next week.
John S. McTavish has been appointed
postmaster at Magdaiena, New Mexico.
BAD SANITARY CONDITIONS
IN TOWNS IN COCHISE
Bisbee. Ariz., Feb. 10. The Cochise
county board of health at yesterday's
meeting decided to notify the proper
authorities of several towns of this
county that owing to the deplorable
state of the sanitary conditions in some
places, the board will take the most en
ergetic steps against those who will
not comply with the sanitary regula
tions. Work was started yesterday at the
freight house 'of the El Paso & South
western railroad. The switches will be
changed and the track will be longer
N. P. Olson returned to Bisbee yes-
A NEW ELECTRIC TREATMENT
2ire"W Whfch a tteSfSStridtSateS e
What They Cura
Rheumatism, Neuralgia. Head
ache. Kidney Trouble, Backache,
Weak: Heart, Sleeplessness, Lumba
go, Stomach and liver Complaints are
postively cured by Electrepodas
or money refunded.
, rl?aXL'ai?:ble' lf your druggist cannot furnish them, send us
$1.00 and we will see that you are supplied. In ordering, state whether for lady
or gentleman .
WESTERN ELECTROPODE COMPANY
L'tSS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
213 N. Stanton St.
terday. Mr. Olson, has been in El Paso,
where he has purchased the structural
steel necessary for the construction of
the Masonic temple.
The wrestling match between Jack
Donovan of Salt Lake City and Emil
Anderson of Bisbee took place at the
Orpheum theater before an Immense
crowd. Emil Anderson -was the win
ner. The game was very exciting.
SHLYER CITY TO HAVE
A SYSTEM OF SEWERS
Silver City, N. M., Feb. 10. The city
council has called an election to be
held soon for the voters to pass upon
an issuance of bonds for the construc
tion of a sanitary sewerage system, to
take in the principal business and resi
dence sections of the city.
The council has had experienced men
from the east make thorough surveys
and estimates of the cost and other
matters uertalning to the Instalation of
STOCK OF SLLVER CITY
MINE TAKES A JUMP
Silver City, N. 3f., Feb. 10. The Man
gus Development company, operating
extensively in the Burrc mountain dis
trict with drill, has recently uncovered
some enormous bodies of copper ore by
"drilling. The stock, of this company
has consequently taken a jump, on the
market. This company is one of the
largest mineral land owners In the
Burro, district, having recently pur
chased hundreds of acres.
CONVICTS AT WORK ON
ROAD NEAR SILVER CITY
Silver City, N. M., Feb. 10. The large
number of convicts from the territoriar
penitentiary at Santa Fe, who are
working on the Mogollon road between
Silver City and the Mogollon district,
are busy a few miles west of this city
grading the new road over the Chloride
hills. When the work mapped out is
completed, the road will be one of the
best In southern New Mexico.
Alpine, Tex., Feb. 10. W. M. Harmon
and San Robert, of Marathon, were In
Alpine this week. While here Robert had
his minor's disabilities removed.
O. Dowe, mouated customs Inspector,
was in Alpine a short time from the riv
Creed Taylor, J. H. Hargus, Frank
Copeland and Rock Wilhelm, were
among the Marathon visitors in Alpine
Mrs. A. E. Polk, of Sierra Blanca, 13
visiting relatives in Alpine.
Judge W. B. Teagarden and D. M.
Prendergast, who have been attending
court her, have returned to Houe
ton. Marlow Wells, of Terlingua, Tex was
in Alpine recently.
Judge Walter Glllis has returned to
Del Rio, after spending a few days in
Alpine on legal business.
H. L. Kokernot has returned to his
home in San Antonio after spending a
few days in Alpine.
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