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EL PASO HERALD
jws Of the Great Southwest
News Of tRe Great Southwest
FOR TINS CASE
iRoswell Prisoners Hare
Money Due Them Fink
Roswell;- JC. M., Juiy 14. There are
but fur prisoners in the Chaves coun
ty jail besides Wong- Kong Fong and
Chong Goon, the two Chinamen that
Itarve been held here as witnesses
against Edward M. Fink, a "former
chief of police of El Paso, who is
charged with smuggling them into this'
country from Mexico. The Chinamen
have been held here for 20 months by
the United States government- Fink
was out on bond here for $500 and it
was forfeited by the court. The same
happened at Las Cruces.
The Chinamen are trusties and do
- the cooking and janitor work and do
not want to escape, as the government
is allowing them $1.25 per day each as
salary, and allows 75c a day for each
to the sheriff for" their board. They
have not received any of the money
yet. but when the government gets
ready to deport them to China, they
will be independent. At the present
time both have $1513.50 coming to them
and their "board amounts to $907.50,
making a total so far of $2,421 th$y
have cost the government.
Fink went to Mexico "to buy mules"
almost two years ago and is still buy
ing them, it is supposed.
The four prisoners in jail awaiting
the action of the grand Jury are John
Hart, of Roswell, charged with the
larceny of a calf; Charley Ayers, of
Kenna, charged with horse stealing;
Lee Smith, of Roswell, charged with
is an easy task with the aid of Hostet
ters Stomach Bitters, because it is com
pounded from ingredients best known
for making and preserving health. It
sicklv, rundown or over -worked get a
STOMACH BITTERS v
today and see for yourself what a won
derful medicine it is in cases of Poor
Appetite, Gas on Stomach, Headache,
Indigestion, Dyspensia, Costrveness,
Cramps, Diarrhoea, Malaria, Fever and
Ague. Its results are certain.
A Large Trial Jar
Pink Blush Massage Cream
We have arranged witK the Alfred J. Krank Laboratories to distribute a lim
ited number of these liberal trial jars at 10c. We also give you a booklet,
"Suggestions on Massage," which has valuable information on the care of the
face and neck, and a chart showing the proper method of massage.
Knoblauch Drug Company
300 MESA AVE.
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Tickets on sale July 25th to 2Sth, Aug. 30th to Sept.
7th, September 24th to 30th. Limit three mouths
from djile of sale but not later than October 31st.
UNLIMITED STOP-OVERS ALLOWED.
CITY TICKET OFFICE ST. RE&IS Hotel Bldg.
W. C. McCORMICK, G. A.
1 J. E. MONROE, C. T. A.
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CINCINNATI AND RETURN 64.05
TOLEDO AND RETURN 66.65
PHILADELPHIA AND RETURN.. 81.35
ST. LOUIS AND RETURN 49.65
EANSAS CITY AND RETURN. . . . 40.65
NEW YORK AND RETURN 85.95
Unlimited Stopovers Allowed at All Points En
route. ,011 sale June 1st to Sept. 30. Limit Oct
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CITY TICKET OFFICE ST. REGIS HOTEL
w. c. Mccormick, v
blackmail and extortion, and Roy
Spriggs, of Kenna, charged with burglary.
Mutt andpjeff are with us; second ap
pearance today ou sport page. Every
day in The Herald hereafter.
RALPH CAMERON IS ;
x HONORED IN DOLfrLAS.
Douglas, Ariz., July 14. With the
blowing of whistles, the tooting of au
tomobile horns', the playing of bands.
the hurrahs of the sons of Cochise and j
the singing of pretty daughters of Ari
zona, Douglas and Cochise county gave
welcome to delegate Ralph Cai"fcron,
the father of statehood, in this city
When delegate Cameron steppc trom
the train he was received with cneers
from a great crowd wmen nai ga-n-ered
to get the first glimpse of him
since his triumph at the national cap
ital. He was escorted to an automo
bile, and a troop of machines and
folk afoot fell in behind him as he
made his way up into the city, to the
music of bands and the cheers of thi
The chief exercises were conducted
among the trees in the city park. A
group of 47 girls, dressed in white,
sanir sonsrs. Each wore a sash rep
resenting a separate state of the
Following the reception In the park
a big banquet was given at the Gads
A daily short story every day In The
Herald; also the serial.
SIERRA BLAXCA MAX DIES;
PERSONAL AXD GENERAL XEWS
Sierra Blanca, Texas, July 14. Sam
Queen, who had been ill with typhoid
fever, died and was buried In the Si
erra Blanca cemetery. Besides his
young wife the deceased leaves a fath
er and mother, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Queen
of Channlng. Texas, who attended him.
Frank Kelcy and family have return
ed from a visit at the Owen ranch.
Mrs. Stephen Dawson and children
are here from El Paso, visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. S. G. Gould.
L. W. Browle has been assigned as
third trick telegrapher at this place.
CONSERVATION MEN "WANT .
Austin, Texas, July 13. President
Kone, of the Texas Conservation con
gress, today issued a call for a meet
ing lof the. executive committee of the
association at Houston on August S, for
the purpose of adopting a resolution
asking the state Democratic convention
to endorse the conservation work in
J. E. MONROE,
City Ticket Agent
HEAVY WOOL CLIP
STORED IN ROSWELL
Canal to Be Concreted A
Large Military Reserve
Roswell, X. M., July 14. Ralph Van
dewart, a wool buyer, of Boston, states
that there" are 2,600,000 pounds of wool
in storage with Jaffa-Pra-ger & Co., the
Roswell Wool and Hide company and
the Roswell Trading company, and that
when all the wool is marketed here,
more .than 3,000,000 pounds "will be
shipped from Roswell.
P. D. Southworth, of Picacho, will
have 5000 boxes of choice apples this
fall He has Qne of the finest orchards
on the Hondo.
Pat Blashek. of the Biashek Ice com
pany, killed four large black vlnegar
roons at his ranch east of the city. He
was hoeing weeds and was attracted to
their presence by the smell of vinegar.
J. "W. Levls, a. civil engineer of Carls
bad, is here conferring with XV. P. Lew
Is and TV. C. Reld relative to concret
ing the Penasco dam at Hope and four
and one-half miles of 'the Hope com
munity ditch, emerging from it.
Dr. "W. C. Alexander, pastor of the
First Presbyterian church, of Roswell,
has gone to Philadelphia to perform the
marriage ceremony for Dr. Frederick J
WaJIter. formerly of Roswell, but now
located in "Waterloo, Iowa, and Miss
A military reserve has been ordered
for the Roswell Jilght battery to be set
aside In lands in the mountains west of
Roswell. The reserve will cover 12 sec
tions. Capt. M. S. Murray, accompanied
by Col. James "W. TVillson, of the New
Mexico Military institute,, have gone to
select the site.
DATTON SHEEP GROWERS
MAKE LARGE SHIPMENT.
Foundation Complete for A. W. Henry's
New Residence Artesia Men
Figure on Cement Plant.
Davton, N. M., July 14. Acrey Broth
ers will ship 3000 head of sheep and
goats to Kansas City this week. TheJ
have been feeding the bunch for the
T. M. Whitted, of Artesia, has com
pleted the stone work for A. "W. Hen
ry's residence. Mr. Whiffed and hi3
wife, while Mr. "Whitted was employed,
camped at the big spring on Mr. Hen
A. B. "Wright, of Barstow, Tex., has
made arrangements to move to Jo
Dr. J. Fisher and a party of Ros
well people have been here inspecting
Mrs. Mary Winters and daughter, of
"Wisconsin, are the guests of the Ther
nau family at the suburban home south
of town. ,
M. Arnold, who purchased the Deis
place, is preparing to instal a pump
Artesia capitalists are figuring on
putting up a cement plant and will
use crude oil from the Dayton field
Dr. M. B. Culpepper attended the
meeting of the Pecos Valley Medical
association at Lakewood.
Will Hooten. from Arizona, is visit
ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 15.
Prof. A. A. Kaiser, county superin
tendent, has been making some im
provements On his tclaim east of the
FORT SUMNER "WANTS
MORE L.AND RECLAIMED
Test Crops Reported to he In Good Con
dition by Santa Ke Railway's
Demonstrators; Personal News.
Fort Sumner, N. M., July 14. E. L.
Bernard, resident manager of the land
company, is in Chicago on business con
nected with the new Alamo proj.-c: to
reclaim 98,000 acres here wlrh reservoirs
covering 9000 acres.
D. J. McCanne has returned to Den
ver, leaving the work here in charge of
superintendent W. G. McCanne.
Prof. Tinsley, the Santa Fe's dry farm
demonstrator, has been here inspecting
the work of the test crops, which he
finds in good shape south of town. In
other directions water is needed.
Mrs. Headley of Chicago, and daugh
ter, of New York, are here to begin the
Improvement of 60 acres of land they
have under the canal.
Superintendent S. AV. .Whitlow of
Canon City, Colo., has arrived here to
take charge of the Carr farms. Walter
Carr has gone to Chicago on business
connected- with the properties here
and in Salt Lake.
The Commercial annex has been open
ed in charge of L. E. McCord of Hector,
The Rockwell Brothers' Lumber com
pany is contemplating the erection of
additional storage sheds.
A Skin of Beaaty is a coy forever
,R. T. Felix Gouraud's Oriontal
' Cream or Magical Seautifler.
lloth Pal dies.
R&sb. nd Skis Diseases.
3na every Diemisn
on beauty, and de
fies detection. It
has stood the test
of 62 years, and
Is so harmless we
taste It tobesurelt
Is properly made.
Accept no counter
felt of similar
name. Dr. L. A.
Sayre said to a
lady of the haut
ton (a patient):
"As you Isdier
will use them.
Gonrand's Cream as tee least harmful of all the
skin preparations." For sale by all druggists and Fp-ncy-Goods
Dealers In the United States) Canada and Europe.
THMU.HQPHKS. Prep- 37 foes 4cs Sired. KeYrjik
Galveston, Key West and
Superior ' Passenger Accommodationi
Fast Freight Service
STEAMERS SAIL EVERY WED
NESDAY AND SATURDAY AT
Wednesday Steamers Call t Key
West, Fla making connection for
points in Florida and Cuba.
Saturday Steamers Carry Freight
Fox (particulars as to reservations,
rates, etc., see your tidket agent or
S. T. DeMILT,
Gen. Agent, Galveston, Texas.
Tickets to and from Europe
IJQiT rAnrDC ETmD i
Cinders, common, ordinary railroad yard cinders are being used on the
Schntz building job as a binder for the concrete mixture which is being
poured on the roof of tlie new San Francisco street store. Instead of mix
ing the concrete with rock ns was done for the other parts of the building:,
cinders were substituted in large and unbroken doses. The result is a mix
ture which Is much lighter than the rock concrete and has a color like that
of a well smoked ham.
The reason for the use of the cinder concrete on the Schutz building is
to grive the roof the proper slope In order to aljoiv the water to drain off of
It. This can be done -with the cinders viithout pouring a rock concrete roof
with a slant which would he there for all time to come.
With the cinder concrete, all that will be necessary to do in case a
third story is added later will be to break the cinder concrete which was
poured over the rock concrete roof an d this roof can then be used as the
floor of the third story. To get the cinder concrete contlng poured as nearly
at the same time as possible, the concrete workers were on the job until
late In the night "Wednesday-
Structure Under Contract
Must Be Completed by
Thirty days has September, April,
June and November, also Lee & Wood-
yard to finish the Fewel building. This
firm of contractors is trying for a rec
ord on the construction of the new
building on the corner of El Paso and
San Antonio street:. Working a night
and day shift the contractors now have
the building completed in skeleton form
and the interior partitions, the roof
and the sidewalks are being built.
The con-tract which was entered into
with major Fewel was to have the
building completed, painted and ready
to occupy by August 5. Starting on
July 6, the construction crews have
been racing against time for a record
on the building. Not content with the
30. dnv limit the contracting firm Is
making an effort to complete the build-?!
ing at least a day ahead of the sched
uled time and even better than this
If possible. Eight days have been con
sumed in excavating the foundation,
pouring the concrete basement, the
walls, girder and columns for the
basement and first floor.
Wednesday was the eighth day and
unless something breaks the roof will
be on before another week has elapsed
and the interior finish added before the
last week has more than started.
ISSUES PERMIT TO
BUILD : DAILY RECORD
But one building permit for the con-
struetion of a small frame building in
East El Paso ws issued by inspector
S. B. Haggart Wednesday. The daily
record is also small.
To J. B. Cass to build a frame resi
dence on White Oaks street, between
Estrella and Cebada street, East El
Paso. Estimated cost $200.
Deeds Piled. 9
East Overland street, between Tays
and Tornillo streets, Magoffin addition
Wm. Schindler and wife to Peter Deh
linger and wife, lot 14 andeast one
half lot 15, block SI, Magoffin addi
tion; consideration $450. July, 1910.
Tobin, Tex. Tobin Improvement Co.
to J. Y. Newman, lot 36, block 11, To
bin, Tex.; consideration $50. Sept. 30,
Licensed to Wed.
Pablo Medina and Benigna Armen
dariz. HB.YAW HROS. HUKiiY
m-k-i-T- -aimTATTi 'i :"vm
JSIUfili -LIYUr JClrU V JhliUliiX J. O
Brvan Bros, are also trviner to make
a record with the improvements that
are being made to the Oregon street
store. But it is a different reason that
is causing the changes to be rushed.
The insurance tpolicies allow but 15
days for the improvements to be made
without the necessity of a new set of
policies being written. For this rea
son the carpenters are rushing every
thing, connected with the work and
the new glass front and metal col
umns are being set as rapidly as pos
sible. PAINT IMPROVES LOBBY
OF HOTEL ORXDORFF.
The relation color bears to light is
a'ident In the Hotel Orndorff lobby,
jcorators have finished applying the
first coat of straw colored paint, in
place of the dark maroon which form
erly covered the walls. The lobby is
not only lighter, but appears much
larger than before.
RIO CRAXDE IS DUSTY.
The Rio Grande is dusty again. Thr
rain of a few days ago was followed
by quite a respectable stream of water
which trickled down on the Mexican
side of the river. But now the sun
has dried the river bed so that pedes
trians may walk without rubber boots,
or bare feet.
London, Jing., July 14. Dr. Leslie
Dodd Ward, of Newark, N. J., vice presV
ident of the Prudential Insurance com
pany, died here "Wednesday. -.
AVhnt an M. D. TcnrKed.
A prominent physician down in Geor
gia, went through a food experience
which he makes public:
"It was my own experience that first
led me to advocate Grape-Nuts food
and I also know from having prescribed
It to convalescents and other weak pa
tients that the food is a wonderful re
builder and restorer of nerve and brain
tissue, as well as muscle. It improves
the digest-ion and sick patients always
gain just as I did in strength and
weight, very rapidly.
"I was in such a low slate that I had
to give up my work entirely and go to
the mountains of this state, but two
months there did not improve me; in
fact I was not quite as well as when I
left home. My food dhl not sustain me
and it became plain that I must change,
then I began to use Grape-Nuts and iu
two weeks I could walk a mile without
the least fatigue and in five weeks re
turned to my home and practice, tak
ing up hard work again. Since that time
I have felt as well and strong as I ever
did in my life.
"As a physician who seeks to help all
sufferers I consider it a duty to make
these facts .public."
Trial 10 days on Grape-Nuts when
the reguJar food does not .seem to sus
tain the body will work miracles.
Read the little book, "The Road "to
Wellville," in pkgs.
Ever read the above letter A new
one nppesrs from time to time. They
r.re kciiuIiic, true, and full of human
LAND SALES IN
Many Transfers Are Made.
News and Notes About
-Alpine, Texas, July 14. W. T. Ander
son has, -sold to Kokernot & Kokernot
his section of land a few miles east of
j town. The consideration was ?850
NC. F. Kimball has sold to W. O. Moore
certain school lands In this county for
i J. F. Blanks and Jim Wnlk-pr have
purchased the stock of furniture from
A. J. Williams and will continue the
buslnes under the name of Alpine Fur
niture Co. The consideration is not
J. T. Weaver has purchased the liv
ery stable business heretofore owned by
his son, J. T. "Weaver, jr., and will con
tinue the business. y
J. W. Weaver has returned to his
home In Throckmorton and expects to
return immediately with his family to
make his future honfe here.
E. H. Payne was in from his ranch
in the Glass mountain attending to
The meeting at the Methodist church
will continue through the week. Rev.
Mr. Hudspeth Is conducting it. Miss
Rose Brack of San Antonio is in charge
of the music.
Flow &. Edwards, who have the auto
route from Alpine to Ft. Stockton, are
preparing to run as many as four .cars.
J. W. Barnhart has returned from
east Texas, where he has been with rel
tives for the past two months. He has
been undergoing a severe spell of sick
ness. B. V. Hart left for Marathon to make
his future home.
E. A. T. Walton of Sabinal, for .many
, years sheriff of this county, has been
visiting" old friends.
J. C. Brooke, county attorney, is leav
ing for Mineral Wells on professional
Jn,o. R. Saniord is down from Eagle
Pass on business connected with his
town property. V
Jas. F. Ross, candidate for represen
tative f-bm this district, Is In town on
business connected with his candidacy.
W. A. Kelly, president of the Sabinal
State bank, of Sabinal, is Jiere looking
over the country.
S. A. A'rett is the latest owner of an
auto, having purchased an Empire car
from the Alpine Auto Co. Alpine now
has about 30 automobiles with "only
about 2000 inhabitants.
W. Perry Freeman, who will be re
membered as pharmacist for the Pal
ace pharmacy some years ago, is in
the city on business.
ARRANGE FOR IRRIGATION
"ant Water Turned in Union Canal;
! Farmers Are Aj?ain Cutting Hay;
j Mad Do- Bites Boy; Personal News
I JSolomonvllle. Ariz.. Julv 14. An
, areen!fent is to be made with the stock- j
I holders of the San Jose & Montezuma i
! canals, whereby they will allow all the
water to be turned into the Union
canal, to enable the people further
down the valley to water their, trees.
At present, with the amount of water in
the river, the Union canal is dry.
Mrs. May Plunkett of the Globe post-
oifice has been vsiting , Mrs. X.
Clark, the local postmaster.
A number of farmers are cutting hay
again. The crop is short, owing to the
lack of water.
Mr.. T. S. Bunch has gone to Safford.
The board of supervisors has em
ployed Miss Myrtle Champa as assist
ant clerk in the office.
Ed R. Chambers has rented the Pum
roy house for the summer. .
A son of "W. M. Boggs was bitten by
a mad dog. He may be taken to EI
Paso for treatment.
REPUBLICANS TO ELECT
Meeting at Blsbee on July 0; "W. II.
Brophy JH Assiguee of Arizona
Mercantile Company; Per
, sonnl Xews.
Bisbee, Ariz., July 14. A mass meet
ing of Republicans will be held on July
20 in justice High's office to select can
didates for Benson convention which
will be held in that city on August 13.
AY. H. Brophy has been appointed as
signee of the Arizona Mercantile com
"Work of repairing the streets of Bis
bee has begun and a large force of la
borers is employed.
Patsy Nathan and Miss Ethel Johnson
were married in Tombstone. "
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Moon were given
o T-nnnti,. ur- !, mamha n.'V, !
c. l,.unuil MJ till lliuiuuks v1. Jic; XCU
men at the Fair hall. I
Mrs. Jeffries, who underwent an
operation for appendicitis at the Calu
met and Arizona hospital, is rapidly
recovering. . '
F. M. BillingsT" connected with the
Oliver Construction company as chief en
gineer, is here from Manzanillo, Cuba,
for a vlsjt -with his brotherinlaw, E. P.
ALTO MILL SUPPLIES LUMBER
FOR CORONA SCHOOL HOUSE
Alto, X. M., July 14. Charles Lane,
owner of the Alto sawmill, has received
an order from Corona, N. M., for 21,000
feat of lumber to be used jn erecting
a school house at Corona. Horace Slack
of Kolloway has come with two yoke of
oxen to do the logging- for the mill.
Lee Chase of Carrlzozo, N. M., the
guest of James Reeder, has gone to the
Ruidoso for a camping and fishing trip.
Shirley Linam has returned from a
visit with his. brother, Alvis Linam, at
W. G. Davenport and family of Tula
rosn, N. M., who have been camping
here, have gone to Hondo for a visit
with his daughter, Mrs. Ennis Hilburn.
Captain P. L. Krouse, who has been
ill, is improving.
La Follette Depends on Primaries.
Milwaukee, "Wis., July 14. Senator
La Follette will not be a candidate for.
reelection before the legislature unless
he wins in tle primary contest next
I How to Cure Eczema, Pim-
pies and Dandruff.
We desire to say that when we took
the agency for ZEMO, we were con
vinced that it was a valuable remedy for
Eczema, pimples and dandruff. Yet, we
must frankly admit that Zemo has far
exceeded our expectations as a treat
ment for skin diseases. We are pleased
to state that we shaJI continue the
agency as ZEMO has given splendid re
sults wherever recommended. Our cus
tomers like Zemo too, because it Is a
clean vegetable liquid for external use.
ZEMO effects its cures by drawing to
the surface of the skin and destroying i
the- germ life that causes the disease,
leaving the skin .clear and healthv. It
does not soilthe .clothing or linen and
can be used freely on infants. J
With every purchase we give a book
let ou skin diseases explaining in simple
words how any person can be cured at
home of any form of skin or scalp dis
ease by this clean, scientific remedy.
Knoblauch Drug Co., Druggists.
RAINS HELP ALL
CROPS AT MELROSE
Wells Are Producers Ma
" chinery Arrives Busi
Melrose, X. M., July 14. This section
of the country has been visited with sev
eral fine rains, and the heaviest rain
of the season has just fallen. Many thou
sands of acres of crops are grooving in
fine shape. The acreage of-broom corn
is large and from present indications the
yield will be satisfactory. In the val
ley adjoining Melrose on the outh,
there is a large area of fertile land and
an inexhaustible supply of shaIIowwa
ter, from 10 to 30 feet deep. Government
experts have pronounced it the best
grouping of a large tract easily irri
gated by the pumping system they have
One well already tested in the valley,
delivered 1412 gallons of water per
minute for an uninterrupted test of 24
hours, there are four other wells ready
to test. New and modern machinery has
just arrived from the factory in Ohio
for the testing of the Tell3, and as soon
as tested the company will be ready to
receive bids for instating the plant,
which may be a central electric plant
with transmission wires to the differ
Melrose has organized a chamber of
commerce with judge J. L.. Downing as
president; Eugene B. Peak, secretary;
and A. Hammond, .treasurer. .Already
three large companies are asking to sub
mit plans for irrigating the valley and
to bid on the bonds.
Miss Nellie M. Hepler and Jacob Rit
ter were married.
E. J. Howard, of Clovis, a Democrat
and attorney of 20 years' standing and
judge J. L- Downing, of Melrose, a Re
publican, have been advanced as dele
gates for the constitutional conven
tion. JUDGE McFIE DEDICATES
SA&TA FE COURTHOUSE
Has Also Presided In First Case Heard
in Other courthouses; Roswell
-Santa Fe, X. M., July 14. Judge John
R. McFie heard the first case here in
the new Santa Fe county courthouse- He
also had the honor to try the first
case in the new courthouse at Hillsboro,
Sierra county, a good many years ago
during his first term as judge of the
third judicial district, and also in the
new courthouse at Aztec, San Juan
county, he will also, in all probability,
preside in the first case In the new
courthouse at Estancia, Torrance
county, nou nearing completion, as well
as in the new courthouse at Tierra Am
arHla, Rio Arriba county, which is to be
completed by fall.
The case heard here in the new
courthouse from Rio Arriba county, was
that of Pedro A. Sanchez vs. Jesus Ro
mero et al., Involving a valuable piece
of land. A case - between two brothers
from Rio Arriba county, over a parcel
of land, was decided in favor of the
plaintiff, the case being Bernardo Gon
zales vs. Sabino Gonzales.
-Roswell Company Incorporates.
incorporation papers have been filed
by the Valley Fruit and Storage com
pany of Roswell, Chaves county. The
capital stock' is $50,000 and the incor
porators and directors are: John Shaw
I and W. G. Urton, each 20 shares; H.
I "P fJnnn1-5 f i r
. ....uvio, me suiiies; George Ji.
omiisnieij. zu snares; c. P. Shearman,
95 shares: George D. Echols, 20 shares
John T. McCIure. five shares.
Sues for Divorce.
Lillie Cannon, of Estancia, has filed 1
suit ior divorce frosn John Cannon, who
is serving a term on a charge of murder
in rue penitentiary at South McAlester,
A flying derrick crank at Ortiz stone
quarry, 20 miles south of here today
struck CeiesHno Dalton, a laborer and
crushed his skull, the injurv being
CHARLTON IS ORDERED.
Cant. Seott. Brother of Mnrd.ered Wife,
Declares Charlton Was Sane Asks
for Complete Investigation.
Washington, D. C, July 14 Formai
request fDr the extradition of Porter
Charlton, charged with killing his wife
at Lake Como, Italy, has been for
warded by special messenger from
Rome to London, whence it will be
sent to.. Washington by the first fast
mail. Word to this effect has reached
the state department.
"Can an insane person be extradited?"
Is a question the department is oon-
It has been decided that n
Person in an insane asvlum at th. Hm I
l.i - .t;
""- ..-'" ujuraaiiKm comes can-
TlOt rft QlirrAn1nvA1 I
not be surrendered.'
In view of repeated predictions that
Porter Charlton will walk from lail
free man. although he has confesei
to the murder of his wife at Lake
Como, Capt. Henry Harrison Scott, Mrs.
Charlton's brother has given out a
! statement in which he asks" fnr fat..
Play, justice and a trial.
"I believed." Scott said in part, "that
j when I discovered Charlton my coun
try would step in and see, not that
m" sister's death was avenged, for I
have not been seeking vengeance, but
that justice b done. T have beenask-
j Ing only for fair play, justice and a
trial, so mat me same conditions may
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be allowed to govern this case as rfl
otners when a crime Is committed anc
"I have secured sufficient competi
evidence in the opinion of my counsel
to establish beyond the slightest doubl
three vital points:
T"First, that Porter Charlton mur-i
dered my sister- in cold blood In.
marrner that required time and
liberation to accomplish, and that subl
sequently to the murder every act t
hide his crime showed deliberation anc
"Second, that at the time of the com-
mission of the crime he "was sane.
"Third, that Porter Charlton is noi
sane and that any attempt to declare
him Insane was nothing short of
rehearsed interest on the part of thi
In proof of his contention Capt.
showed two letters, one. -of which, h
says was written by Charlton 24 noui
before the murder and the other fi
I Irs- Charlton to a younger slate
I Charlton's letter, seems rational a.nt
1 details his happiness with his bride.
Her letter describes her husbanc
She says In one paragraph: "He I
stu-dent but absolutely full of cheei
fulness: in fact. In disposition he r
minds me of a lot, except
Porter is always sane."
The word "sane" was underlined.
RETTJRXS CARS FOR
TEXAS PEACH GROl
tons: String: of Empties Enremte
California Start os RetHra Tri
From El Paso; Peach. Crop Heavr-
Houston,. Texas, July 14. Responding
to the urgent request of the east Texas
fruit growers for refrigerator cars h
which to transport the immense peacl
crop now being gathered, vice president
Fay of the Southern Pacific stopped!
a. irain 01 ou cars enroute Irom JSt
Tork to California.
The cars had reached El Paso and h
ordered them hurried back to Texs
peach orchards. The movement of the
crop will require another week. Th
Houston fharket today received 400
crates of peaches.
Xetr Xaval CoHsrtrnctor.
Washington, D. C, July 14. Richard'
M. Watts, naval constructor at the Nor
folk navy yard, has been ordered to
Washington to take Charge of the bu
reau of construction and repair from
which rear admiral Capps has just re
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The Real Remedy and the Recipe.
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