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Thursday, iNtoy. 17, 1910:
BEMIlsFG TO VOTE
SEWER BOND ISSUE
Special Election Called to
of $38,000 System.
Deming, X. M., Nov. 17. At an ad
journed meeting of the board of trus
tees of Deming a resolution -was
adopted calling an election of the qual
ified voters to vote upon the proposi
tion of issuing bonds to the aggregate
amount of $38,000 for the purpose o
providing funds for the construction of
a sanitary sewerage system.
January 14, 1911, is the date set for
the holding of the election. This $3S.
000 will give Deming an uptodate sew
erage system and is the result of the
estimate made by TV. P. Bullock, an
engineer, of Kansas City, Mo.
Maps showing Jthe location of. the
proposed sewer with mains and laterals
are now being displayed In the city
clerk's office at Deming. xne eysiem
will consist of one septic tank which
is to be located east of Deming, five
standard flush tanks and 900 standard
manholes, and also provides for an
acre of ground for the location of the
septic tank. Approximately 37,000 feet
of sewer pipe will be used.
Miss Mary Windhurst, of Indianola,
Nebraska, and H. Hougland, of Dem
ing, were united in marriage at the
TTilden hotel by Rev. Z. Moore, pastor
of the local Christian church. The
bride arrived in Deming a few days
ago. The groom owns a fine tract of
land about ten miles south of Deming.
Miss Mary Anderson and John M.
Thompson, both residents of Deming,
were united in marriage at the county
The heavy rains of a few days ago
will make it possible for the early
completion of the county road across
the sands of the Mlmbres river. This
road when completed will make a bard
road all of the way to the upper Mim
The district court for Luna county
will take up its duties Monday, No
vember 21. Subpoenas are being served
for the grand and petit juries. It was
hoped that the new Luna county court
house would be ready for occupancy at
this term of court, but owing to un
avoidable delays court will be held at
the usual place, the Baker's hall on
William Clifford, who for some time
past has been working as messenger
for the "Wells Fargo Express company
between El Paso and Maricopa, has
been assigned to duty at the local of
fice. Mr. Clifford is a Deming boy.
J. T. Clayton, local agent for the
Southern Pacific company, has returned
from San Francisco and Los Angeles,
California, and while in San Francisco
& very delicate but successful opera
tion was performed on his throat.
Sneak thieves entered a freight car
in the local yards of the Southern Pa
cific and helped themselves to the con
tents of a box containing several fire
arms. The thief has not been appre
hended. The Red Men will give a masquerade
ball on Thanksgiving evening at the
Crystal theater, the eighth annual af
fair of this kind.
Who Are "They."
We all have a way of saying "they
say" this or that of some person, or
some thing and accepting it ourselves
as authentic when someone says "tney
say" to us. - '
But if we stopped to inquire into the.
exact source of the information, either
we would be unable to trace it back
to anyone other than that elusive in
dividual, "They Say," or we will find
back of It the unkind gossip of some
And just because "they say" fails
to put the blame of a falsehood on any
one person's shoulders it really is the
most dangerous of statements and one ;
of the hardest to refute.
So let us beware of believing "they
say" stories. Let ms treat lightly all
gossip introduced by the words "tney
say." Or if this gossip makes us sus
picious of its object and it is natural
and human that it should at times-
let us suspend judgment until we
KNOW. In other words, let us do the
object of "they say" the justice to j
Investigate until we find someone who
is in a position from actual knowl
edge and whom we can trust, to make
a, positive statement over his own
name as to the truth or falsity of the
"they say" story.
The writer has been led to pen this
little lesson 'in practical fairness by
reading a little book issued by the
Coca-Cola Company, of Atlanta, Ga.,
entitled "Tne Truth About Coca
Cola." That truly delicious and whole
some beverage has for so long been the
subject of "they say" stories in which
all manner of untrue and detrimental
things about Coca-Cola have been cir
culated that the manufacturerahave
been forced to Issue their boolc glViH&
authentic information about this bev
erage. And the information therein
contained does not rest Its case on any
"they say" statements, but bases its ar
guments on analyses and statements of
chemists and scientists occupying the
highest positions In America.
This is a most interesting book a
fine study in dignity in refuting false
hoods and a book of Information that
all should read. Xou will find it well
worth your while to write and ask the
Coca-Cola Company, Atlanta, Ga., to
send you a free copy.
Relief in Five Minutes frbm
the Most Acute Suffering.
That lump of lead feeling will quickly
leave the stomach; the digestive juices
tvlll commence to digest the food and
rour stomach will feel fine and satis
factory in five minutes.
That Is, If you will simply swallow
two Mi-o-na stomach tablets; if you
won't then you must suffer.
Perhaps you don't know that Kelly &
Pollard guarantee Mi-o-na tablets to
cure any case of indigestion, no max-
ter of how long standing, or money
- and get started on the rlgh road to per
fect health. ,
Pemaps you know that when your
stomach is upset that your food doesn't
digest and consequently blood is not
furnished with sufficient nutrition to
properly nourish the body.
If you are distressed after eating; if
gas or sour food is forced up into tha
mouth, then your stomach Is not right;
your food is fermenting, not digesting,
end you need Mi-o-na stomach tablets
and need them badly.
It's an easy matter to set the stomach
right, if you start In time, and If your
stomach does not properly digest the
food you put into it, the proper tning to
do is to get a box of Mi-o-na stomach
tablets at once.
Kelly & Pollard and druggists every
where sell them on the money back
plan iiliu.uii iidL uoais uu auncici uuui i
indigestion can afford not to try them. J
FOR HIGKH MEXICANS
Medals and Honorary Decor
ations Showered Upon
Members of Diaz's
Mexico City, D. F., Nov. 17.
President Porfirio Diaz's cabinet min
isters now have more medals and dec
orations of honor- than a fake war
hero at a circus side show. Some of
those 'recently conferred by the Ger-
man kaiser, in addition to the ones
received by the president are:
"Vllde president Ramon Corral, the
Order of the Red Eagle, of the first
class, with medal.
The secretary of foreign relations,
Enrique C. Creel, the Grand Cross of
the Order of the Crown of Prussia.
and the Grand Official of the Legion
of Honor of France.
The secretary of treasury, Iic. Jo
se Ives Limantour, the Granu Gro-s
of the Order of the Crown of Prus
sia. The subsecretary of foreign relations,
Federico Gamboa, the Order of the
Red Eagle, of the second class, with
The emperor of China has conferred
the decoration of the Imperial Order
of the Double Dragon upon the follow
ing funtionaries of the government:
The secretary of the treasury, lac.
Jose Ives Limantour, decoration of the
first class and the Grand Cross of the
Vice president Ramon Corral re
ceived the same decoration and the
cross of the same class.
The subsecretary of foreign rela
tions, Fedrico Gamboa, decoration of
the second class and the Grand Cor
don of the Imperial Order of the Dou
Francisco de la Barra received the
same 'decorations as those of Mr.
Rodolfo Nervo, decorations of the
first class and Commander of the Or
der of the Double Dragon.
The government officials have ask
ed permission of the chamber of
j deputies to use the decorations which
have been conferred upon them.
The Spanish minister, Bernardo J.
i de Cologan, has conveyed to the de
partment of foreign relations the
news that king Alfonso XHI has con
ceded to the minister of foreign rela
tions, Enrique C. Creel, th!e Grand
Cross of Isabel the Catholic. Mr. Creel,
through the Mexican legation in Ma-v
drld, has conveyed his high appreci
ation to the king of the honor bestow
ed upon him.
The Order of Isabel the Catholic
was created in 1S15 by king Ferdin
and VII of Spain. It includes four
classes. The cross has eight branches
with a medallion in the middle. It is
suspended by a blue moire ribbon
which is edged with yellow on bott
Does your watch run fast or slow?
Either way, there is something wron?.
Our watch repairers will soon fix it.
And, remember, we guarantee our
watCn repairing for a full year. Sny
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DUBLIN MAN BIT2
THE BYBEE RANCH
Valentine, Tex., Nov. 17. J. P.
Hamilton, of Dublin, Tex., has sold
the Bybee estate, consisting of ranch,
cattle and horses, to Bell and Newton.
George Flache is erecting a wind'
mill on the Dillard land near town.
Lester S. Smith has traded his new
Jackson car to C. T. Hawker for a
section of land located in the Means
W. A. Foley has purchased the
Sparks ranch, consisting of two sec
tions of land adjoining the uass
S. E. Bunton, proprietor of the city
waterworks, is doing repair work on
his large storage tank.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R- Green are thu
proud parents of a baby girl.
Cool, damp weather prevails here.
A thin crust of ice was on the sur
face tanks yesterday morning.
W. Xi. Cass has finished a deep well
in the Cleveland range and sold hia
drilling outfit to C. T. Hawker. Mr.
Hawker has the contract for drilliag
the well on the experimental farm to
a greater depth, and will begin work
A. ft. Dillard has sold a section of
land in the Holland valley range to
Jj. D. Louthian.
BORES FOR WATER BIJT
GETS FIXE GRADE OF CLA1
Deming, N. M., Nov. 17. Seborn J.
Smith, who Is drilling a well on nis
homestead about 12 miles ;south of
Deming, has recased the depth of 310
feet, and at this depth has struck a
very fine strata of white clay, samples
of which are being tested by experts
.with the view of ascertaining if the
clay can be utilized in the manufacture
J. A. Winters, of southern Califor
nia has purchased a relinquishment
claim of one-half section from C. C.
Rogers, four miles south of Deming.
Mr. Winters will immediately begin
to erect a fine home on this place to
gether with other improvements. Hs
has ordered a 40 horse power gasoline
engine and expects to be able to pump
about 1500 gallons per minute with
which to irrigate.
The property owners of Luna county
have liberally contributed for the laad
show at Chicago; Kalph C. Ely, presi
dent of Deming's chamber of com
merce will leave Friday for Chicago to
make several addresses on the .future
possibilities of New Mexico.
L.. A. Hardwich has just about com
pleted his new bungalow on his place
one and oue-half miles southwest of
MATERIAL RECEIVED FOR
IMPROVING PUBLIC ROADS
Anthony, N. M. Nov. 17. A car
load of corigated iron culverts has
been Received here for the improve
ment of New Mexico roads In this sec
tion. J. O. Lipps is building a new resi
dence in Anthony.
Dr. A. E. Lauson, who has been
spending several weeks in Chicago,
Milwaukee jand Galesville, Wis., will
return home Thanksgiving. He has
been visiting his parents at his old
home and also reviewing the late
methods at some of the large hospitals
of the east.
TO HAVE SERVICES, DANCE,
TURKEY SHOOT AND DINNER
SilverJCity, N. M., Nov. 17. Thanks
giving day will be observed in this city
by union services in one of the local
churches and a dance at the Elks' Op
era house in the evening by the Daugh
ters of Rebecca.
At Central there will be a turkey
shoot in the forenoon and cock fight
ing In the afternoon, and at Cliff, on
the Gila river, the citizens have planned
for horse racing and a turkey shoot in
the morning and afternoon, with a
dance at the Cliff nublic hall in the
I 77, W Cnttcrh Svrun is
$ Easily Made at Home
Costs Little and Acts Quickly.
Money Refunded if it Fails.
This recipe makes a pint of cough
syrup and saves you about $2 as com
pared with ordinary cough remedies.
It stops obstinate coughs even whoop-
I ing cough in a hurry, and is splendid
for sore lungs, asthma, horseness and
other throat troubles.
Mix one pint of granulated sugar
with pint of warm water, and stir
for two minutes. Put 2 ounces of
Pinex (50 cents' worth) In a pint bottle
and add the Sugar Syrup. Take a tea
spoonful every one, two or three hours.
J Tastes good
This takes right hold of a cough and
gives almost instant relief. It stimu
lates the appetite and is slightly laxa
tive both excellent features.
Pinex, as perhaps you know, is the
most valuable concentrated compound
of Norway white pine extract, rich in
guiaicol and the other natural healing
No other preparation will do the
work of Pinex in this recipe, although
strained honey can be used instead of
the sugar syrup, if desired.
Thousands of housewives in the
United States and Canada now use this
Pinex and Sugar Syrup recipe. The
plan has often been imitated, but the
old successful formula has never been
equaled. Its low cost and quick, re
sults bave made it Immensely popular
A guarantee of absolute satisfaction,
or money promptly refunded, goes
with this recipe. Your druggist has
Pinex or will get it for you. If not,
send to The Pinex Co., Ft. Wayne. Ind.
NEW COURT RULE
FOR CIVIL CASES
Eoswell BajDtists Opposed
to Change to Southern
Roswell, N. M., Nov. 17. In all civil
cases in the Chaves county district
court, the plaintiff now has one week
in which to deposit '$24 as jury fees, if
plaintiff falls so to do, the defendant Is
given one day In which to make the de
posit. If both fail, then the case will
be trial by the court "without a jury,
all according to an order made by
judge Wis. H. Pope.
At the request of city attorney H. M.
Daw the cases of parties charged with
violations of tne prohibition ordinance
have been transferred by judge Pope
from the jury docket to the court
docket, to be tried by the court with
out a jury.
Henry H. Ball pleaded guilty to the
charge of shoplifting a 12 yard piece
of silk in the store of M. Price & Co.,
on1 ttcp finorl 59?k QnrJ ";
The proposition to without from the
Northern BaDtist convention and identi-
fy themselves with the Southern Bap
tist convention with headquarters at
Atlanta Ga., submitted at tne conven
tion at Tucumcari and defeated, was
voted agamst by all the delegates from
the Roswell church. The Baptist
churches of New Mexico have been un
der the Baptist Home Mission organi
zation of New York, for 65 years and
the Roswell church has had substantial
aid from that body.
GIFT FOR HIGH SCHOOL.
Next Friday the Wallace Literary
society of the High school will pre
sent the school with a set of green
plush portieres for the stage.
SCHOOL BOOK LAW
' Tucumcari, N. M., 2sov. 17. Super
intendent Hofer of the Tucumcari city
schools has telegraphed to the Quay
county delegates of the constitutional
convention the opposition of all the
teachers here to the passing of the
proposed five year school book law,
under which it will only be possible
to change text books every five years.
A similar telegram was sent to each
of the five delegates.
At a meeting of the ministers of this
city it was decided to hold union serv
ices on November 26 for thanksgiv
ing. The service will be held at the
First Presbyterian church.
H. M. Porter, who has been man
aging the Electric theater for the last
two years, has purchased the property
complete from county treasurer C. H.
Chenault, the former owner.
W. W. Mays, city prosecutor, has
sold a half interest in his abstract
business to John Cox.
FORMER SHERIF OF EDDY
DIES AT ARTESIA, N. M.
Artesia, N. M., Nov. 17. James D.
Christopher, who died here, served a
term as deputy sheriff and as sheriff
of Eddy county and prior to his illness
a few weeks ago was town marshal of
Artesia. He was a member of the Odd
Fellows and tne Woodmen of the
World at Carlsbad. He married Lena,
the daughter of Rev. J. C. Gage, of Ros
well, formerly of -n-rtesia. His wife and
two small children survive him.
The funeral services were held at the
Methodist church south, and were con
ducted by Rev. Lolence of Carlsbad, as
sisted by Rev. J. Allen Ray. The Odd
Fellows, some 60 in number, attended
in a body and conducted the services
at the grave. Among the out of town
attendants at the funeral were Rev. Mr.
Gage and family of Roswell, Hugh Gage
and family of Hope; sneriff M. C. 15tew;
art, of Carlsbad, grand master Frank J.
Talmage, jr., of Hagerman; judge Arm
strong, register of deeds A. R. McQuinn,
and attorney Woodwell of Carlsbad.
XEW MINISTER ORGANIZES
GOOD CLASS AT CLOUDCROFT
Cloudcroft, N. M., Nov. 17. R. H.
Lewelling, who has been appointed to
lepresent the Methodist Episcopal
church in the mountain districts, has
organized a class consisting of 10
members. Rev. Mr. Lewelling is not
new certain as to the time of his next
visit, but he is planning to hold a
series of revival meetings next sum
mer. The second snow of the winter did
not last long.
A number of hunters took advantage
of the last days of the deer season
John 'Campbell and family have
moved into town to be nearer school.
Come to the person having a clear ,
brain and steady nerves.
for brain and nerves.
"There's a Reason"
From Your Own Negatives
For Holiday Remembrances
We are making a special feature this
year of Calendars. We want to call
your attention early to this very at
tractive and inexpensive form of Christ
mas or New Year's Gift. Prints from
your own negatives---jolly vacation
scenes -little intimate pictures of your
self or some hit of beautiful scenery
can be made into calendars with excellent artistic
effect, at little cost to you.
We take the pictures from your awn negatives and print, them either
in rich, brown sepia tones, or in black and white whichever the nega
tive is best adapted for, and mount them on large Art board of genuine
wood veneer, color to harmonize with the print, with dainty calendar
pads and silk card hanger.
The Price Is 50c Each
?Bring or send in a negative at once and let us make a calendar for you.
You will want more before Christmas.
Early orders are disappointment
Out-of- Town Orders Especially Solicited.
BUNCH OF FINES
IN POLICE COURT
Stamford Ward, charged with m.ilic
ious mischief, was fined $50 in police
court "Wednesday- afternoon, Whxd was
alleged to have slashed the clothes of a
negTO woman residing pn Broadway.
Eva Crawford and Charles Crawford
both negroes, .were acquitted of vagrancy
charges. Eva, according to her testi
mony, wanted Charles to return a ring
which she says she purchased and gave
to him. Both were left here by the
Parker Carnival company.
Ed Parker and Martin Fox, who had
considerable cheap jewelry in their pos
session when arrested, were each fined
S10 on vasrrancv chanres. Mrs. Ethel
,Harris was also fined $5 on a vagrancy
The hearing of M. Aerganian, charged
with fighting, and Grover Griner. charg
ed with assault, was set for Thursday
afternoon. They were arrested Wednes
day afternoon following a fierce fight
near tne dnemon 'hotel. At the same
time another workman was struck over
! the head with a hoe.
On charges of disturbing the peace, A.
Sherwood -and Guy Price were each fined
$1. They were arrested Tuesday night
following their return from a dance at
Fort Bliss and Price gave the name of
"Willie Pickells," which he admitted was
has "stage" name. He also admitted to
judge Lea that he was not a bad actor
and the small fine was assessed.
SOCIAL GAITIES ENLIVEN"
THE WEEK UP AT IiA MESA
La Mesa, N. SL. fov. 17. Miss Anita
Mead entertained in honor of Miss
Eva Bailey. Those who enjoyed Miss
Mead's hospitality were; Misses Bailey,
Hilda and Haze.- Creamer, Erna Reese,
Katie Jones, Mary Livesay and Mrs. F.
Mrs. B. J. Viljoen entertained quite
a number of her friends at an old
fashioned "chicken broil." ' "
Mrs. F. S. Jones was hostess of the
Merry "Villagers club -on Wednesday
afternoon. Several interesting papers
were read on current events. Those
present were Mesdames Jones, Hyland,
White, Mead, Calahan. Hannah, Stett
mund, McKenna and Livesay.
A dance will be given Thanksgiving
night by the young men of La Mesa,
which promises to be the event of the
Dr. McNeal, of Tennessee, is here to
cast his lot in the valley and is lo
cated at Gen. Vlljoen's.
Mr. Kilburn, of El Paso, is spending
several days with Mrs. A. L. Mead.
Rev. H. Easter preached Tuesday to
a large congregation in St. John's hall.
He was the truest of Mr. and Mrs. F. I
S. Jones while here.
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to this trouble that hardly two women suffer alike.
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Thousands of ladies have written to tell how they
were benefited by using this well-known remedy for
Mrs. S. H. Blair, of Johnson City, Tenn., tried
Cardui. She says: "I had suffered from womanly
troubles for 16 months, before I tried your great medi
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MEXICO TO MAKE
Bisbee, Ariz., Xov. 17. Mexican con
sul Miguel Lopez Torres of Xaco, while
in Bisbee said that there is to be a
general change made in the consular ser
vice of Mexico whereby many of the
consuls will be given new ports and
Hot Chocolate with whipped cream
and cake. Elite Confectionery Co.
CEMENT PLATFORMS BEING
LAID IN YARDS AT TUCSON
Tucson, Ariz., Xov. 17. The Southern
Pacific company is laying cement plat
forms in the station yards here.
Beatrice Mendez, charged with desert
ing her lSmonthsold daughter, was dis
missed by justice 0. T. Riehey. but the i
child -was given into the' custody of Mrs. j
L M. .Fowell, probation officer.
Albert Jones, a negro, was convicted
in the district court on a charge of thett
OI J.A revolvers irom the amith .DOrtin?
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jikjiis siuie on vAJiijtress street.
Inspector James Plant lias completed
his work of inspecting1 piope'd post
office sites here and htis left for other
THREE COMPANIONS OF
DEAD MAN ARE IX JAIL.
Solomonville, Ariz., Nov. 17. Four
men at San Jose started out to have a
good time. Felipe Hernandez got his
head cut open with a bottle and died.'
and his three companions are in jail
on suspicion. No one saw it done. He
was found dead in his house.
A fine rain has done a great deal of
Sheriff A. A. Anderson went east this
Alvin Sands went to Tombstone,
Ariz., to be present at the trial of his
brother, Emil Sands, which comes up
this week at the district' court.
TAFT SAYS V. S. WILL
NEVER ANNEX PANAMA
Panama, Nov. 17 President Taft has
effectually disposed of the report thit
the United States was likely to annex
At a dinner jrivenl last night in his
honor b$' president Arosemena and at
tended 'by 200 officials, diplomats and
merchants, Mr. Taft arcused the great
est enthusiasm when he declared the
American people would' feel utterly
dishonored in annexing Panama unless
some conduct on the
part of the
Panama people left no other course.
This contingency Mr. Taft was sure
would never arise.
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Elite Confectionery Co.
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Tonight, Nov. 17 Crawford Theater.
Attraction "Love Behind a Throne."
Admission 15c. 25c and 35c.
Matinee Saturday; 10 and 25 cents.
So great was the success of the dis
play of "The Shadow of the Cross," the '
miracle picture, at the Crawford yester
day, that arrangements have been made
to exhibit it for the remainder of the
week. It comes after the third act of
the play and it Is free to tne patrons
of the house.
Says manager Prank- Rich:
rence and Sandusky's comedy
Sftm' will hA thA nttmninn ot V10 "PT1
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'Going Some' is a laughing festival
which has spread merriment from coast
to const with its unique and absolutely
new comedy lines and situations. The at
traction as it will be presented in this
city -will be Identical with the recent
Princess theater production- in San
Francisco, where It enjoyed a record
Tnn TVia iaTTio pnmTiaTir fne cnm I
t play, the same array of special scenery
j will be seen here and the impression
j left will undoubtedly be Identical with
I the San Francisco triumph. Seats are
now selling. The prices are 50c to
INTERESTING SPEED CONTEST.
Tonight at Draugnon's Business Col
lege a typewriter speed contest will be
held. Every typist in town is invited
to enter. No fee. 5.00 to the winner.
Handsome leather goods including
shopping bags, card cases, purses, mili
tary brush sets, shaving sets, shaving
pads, etc. Snyder Jewelry Co.
REDUCTION ON MEAT A
MANIPULATION OF TRUST
Washington, D. C, Xov. 17. The so
called reduction in the price of meats is
a deliberate manipulation of the market,
according to Dr. Harvey Wiley, chief of
the bureau of chemistry'.
"The interests which "manipulated the
prices upward," said Dr. Wiley, "tem
porarily have released their hold on our
throats for the purpose of getting a fresh
2np. The socalled reduction in meata
"Developments will show that the in
terests are after some one. It may be
some independent firm they hope to drive
J from cover."
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PRISONER'S ATTEMPT AT
SUICIDE PROVES FAILURE
Phoenix, Ariz., 2sor. 17. Ed Murphy,
who was arrested at Tempe on a charge
of fcrrin-r a cheek, attempted to com
mit suicide by hanging himself with a
-blanket in his cell at the comity jail
here. He aceidentallv kicked ont of hi3
j fellow prisoners and "the other prisoner
cut him down.
INDICT TWO AT GLOBE
ON CHARGE OF 3CURDER
Gobe, Ariz., Xov. 17. James H Steele
and William. Stewart were indicted by
the grand jury here on a charge of kill
ing HSllpot and Kibbe at Tattle's saloon
on the road tp Fort Apache. Steele an
nounced that his real name is Georjre
B. Goodwin and the indictment was
changed to read that way.
OWNERS TO VISIT MINE;
PHONE LINE BEING BUILT
Tucumcari, N. M., Nov. 17. A tele
gram was received by J. F. Hopkins,
manager of the Cap Rock mines, south
of Tucumcari, 'stating that the owners
would reach here about the middle of
next week. "Work has begun on' a tel
ephone line to connect the mines with,
this city, the city headquarters being
located at the Sun printing office.
.VISITS MEXICAN RUINS.
Tucson, Ariz., Xov. 17. Dr. H. J.
Spinden of the American Museum of
"Natural History in Xew York is now
investigating the rains of Mexico. Later
he will visit the ruins of Central Amer
ica and return to Arizona and Xew Mex
ico to continue the work of research.
The beautiful mesh bags, both in gold
and silver. Snyder Jewelry Co.
Don't trifle with a cold is, good advice
for prudent men and women. It may
be vital in case of a child. Tnere is
nothing better than Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy for coughs and colds in
children. It is safe and sure. For sals
by all dealers.
If you suffer from any
of the troubles arising
from weakness or de
rangement of the woman
ly organs, don't experi
ment get Cardui, the oft
tested, the old, reliable
medicine for women.
Cardui is for sale at all
druggists. Get a bottle at
yours, and try what it will
do for you.