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f Iblbwrtet toittrmrnt by K. C.
Mfe asad Hanf WWtrar tinrhM
W (KM ifni oil laaaw oinaudel
wH huure the immediate rurtp
taon ir wovk ail Um VfJley oil was;
To tb laal Owtwwt m Columbus.
H hs. fowl slatted h? WW wf
Mm laatd oWmh thai IT law KXKW
thai .W woVttf Mttfc an iH
YiHer OU WWI wIMMn THWITi
MMM frtsan Mas AN fUtwn flaw
mmI AVUM waff I uaaad, Ifrsy
Wa bc to rota to 1U clUuns
tftrttMMH MM owtwr III
VttW tSttl w wit ww to com
wk on till -WNr well
wRMtt IMrir tteyi nd wty tamo
'to' coaspWHssa wlih M bllto (May m
po-Mrbta. arid wo tmtbef a lhal
tf we ew not eemmestea wk wi
Mh Var oh Well wtttrttl tho tls
apcetftod, lhl Nm wMI ho e-
Utmeu yi mm. .
f HANKY WHITYER
' All iffty yAftlcnlftr "'i until llo
1 In Mhj cvciiltw H Jrf)y Cmirict'i
nffk w iMMy hw$, mI tot)r
r VopHKkm m MeeuM of Iho
' IH4 Uf) ef Oil liwr. I'Wll,v ptN
( alttiflt whl looked like a "hut
dunce," Hiol of (Iir rrcaleHrwnt
lend ownrrn rama icrons, ens) u tht
l)llr (Xiurlfr roc to prw Unlay
II look like Mi-mih. KnKfln ami
Whltvrr will ed the tWOO n?tr
dec Id (Hi niccwary to relmbiiwo Ilia
niMttlatc of Mr, Knlfflu.
C K. Knirtln alatcs pollivcly that
. a noon a llio ncceaMrjr ncrcofie la
auurcil lilm be will al onro atari
wprk on the Valley oil well and so
' alit'ait and complcto Ibo well. Ho
liai the money; lias made auhttnn
llnl ilepotlls In a Cglummu bank
and I asking no favor other than
It Hi hoped thai by tomorrow llio
ymH ao far bMakiHi wHI k uVfl.
'fMa emi4i l ataio wKHher Iho
' iKc?fry MM nerea wW 'fee ob-
Aamm Ml HMM(Hvway aa'paaa4
i ajyn I
w, WrM coawty. kM, virtually, conj
Iilntoct all rrarement necesry
'for the bltr event or drilling the flrtt
couplo of fecL A standard derrick
baa been erected. A flno well of
'water wa found and Urn rig la now
In pldce. A largo force of men aro
'employed hauling malerial.
Klorida Well Dohii 1360 fret.
Tho Florida well, mauagnl by
John Clark, ia now down 1.100 feet
Clark auya hit well will begin allow
ing claw unywhero after tho I70Q
fi)tjiiark. Thl well la jironorly
managed and bu aleo )ecn lucky
ai'far a apeed la roHcerned. llio
.drillers are now In llmcslono and
io rm CENT W'TwHRJaVfi
U. B, Oil VW.l.m KXMAUSTKIi
WABHINOTON, D C. May 21.
Inlercal of the UmUil Slatoa in Uio
.race for Iho oil aupply of tho world
m emlxHJied in (ho report of the
Hte IVfrtHifnl, eubmlKOd by
I'rPiidont Wilana to the ft'iiale, has
arien from tho alarming deilellvu
of oil reacrvra in tho United Stale,,
Ta( WNrtl IIpw AnWk Pl M
M0iWKU. S. N. May 21 The
KanaiXitW Xttko Oil rii.iny U
ntftkiiuf Hamediait) )ireparalNM) tc
driUtad a deep (wit well uear
Hope, forly miles aoutbweat of (bit
city, V. U Howard, who has iuat
eotnpleied drilling lwenf-one wrlif
In KaaM for tho Empire Oaa and
Fuel Company, Iim pofllracteil to
drill IWs welt on the Seven Hlvrra
acreage. Tha derrick ha beti erect
ed for aeverat weeks and drilling
will cflfwntnce- ui oon aa (ho nec
eaaary material arrives.
msxtr, mmjw) to know
Kxmmm or cwmmatbs
(My AaaoelaWd l'rcM.
ofhi?h!rAHriMi and ItowK-nrtC
prmMefillal .p4eanta mm today or
ileml by the Kena( to begin nc(
Monday, "Stay 51.
The ScimHh trHetea and elec
tions eemndM today ordered the
appointment of subcontittHta) to
to the aaek "mM all KmH4e rfe.
Ttir mnntttera f ifco ramMtfKM
of Mm; vhwm nmmaim are to be
nvked to a(4d the Mojtday ar
VERA CMJK. Meako, May Sit
ivia (MivraUHi, reaa. in provi.
akwtl MoxkaH po jjSalliuJ lilii
Hiitifsnim eMl fclarfaiiafrtiaai
mm a-H oiimrs aaaawrea mmyt ine
brier flRhUiiR In the wakn of the
evacuation of Mfcxlco City by the
Carranaa (orcet, Tho amnesty de
cree also affects officers who re
mained loyal lo Carrania and there
Is lo be no interference with their
freedom of movement If they wish
lo leavo the country.
UTIZKXS ARE MLriNG
KNWFLN AND ASSOCIATES
Among prominent cltltens who ore
hrlpInK C K Kniffln and his asaocl-
at In securing oil laaef under thn
FUarariirf.of work whirling in thirty
luys may be mentioned James I'nfl,
u u nurkiiead, William l-armii,
(ieorge I'clvrs, J. Ac Moore, John
lluebner. Mr. ailowui'. It. D. Hlllolt.
.'udno Gotet Y. F. King and U. W.
McKcmy, aecrelary of tho Columbu
liiiamber or commerce.
Hotel Clarices. It. Green, lIward
I Coodad, Kl I'ajo I. 0, Tucker
and wife. Denting; A. W. Matncey,
a aWjsifslllrit . i Ml , . ' rSST
fraMM CMHUWt SCaffat
Ily Aolated Prvsa.
WASHINdTON, U. C, Mai- 2l-,
loan of 123 mIMon doHam swt r
a revolvl (inmI af MM awMHaw iW
lara to. rnaMo tho raHroada tails
cowitry to piiirho niiliwewt ias
ifidrrd lo meet Iran-iporltitloH hh4s
of the pnMIr, Mas today upnenwti
by I be. InlrrMate tHHTrti Csaav
To relive frt rnHjray
tfce foMiiwhtfl (iwa-ra tudaft Ii"
Traffic to be ftrHnM wHMM
n-ferritra U um-vLmu V'
box cum trim KaMcrti rands to uke
B-rahi sHstrlrbi of Hk WvM.
pw:i: KtciK-'tTH maw:
hv fhh w isvesnaxnos
(I)y Asftoolatcd I'rcs.1.1
VA8MI.rSTO. U, C, Mny 21
t'rlre reductions In wearing apparel
today had uprrad to every Imnor
I ant til); uuo largeiy to the ulillc
wlthdniH'al from the maehet and to
Iho Invratlsatlon eomhtrard fey tiie
Oepartmrnl or 4uMlre, In the opin
ion oi Armani Alloniry, Urarral
tlan-aii refused to endorse the
rla4mstiir various inrrehantM that
they wrre nrtiialcd solely by patrl
Illy Associated I'ross.
NF.WrY(NK CITY, May 21-The
frioc e4tb)f i wmrmet rracM
Sow oT'lhit whohjaalers here toady.
Manaef mtd buyers of prominent
department stores attftoutircd their
estnW'hhinrnts woM refuse to piv
chase fnun lohheM hhIII substantia!
reductions had been made.
Itrparluicnt Mores Mhlt-h claim to
offer reduetloiM of from 15 lo 50
per cent how demand that the
wholesait-rs make crrsJmg.
IH-rawdo H4imlvtlo on Mexico,
HANTA VK, N. MMay 21-Thero
is hojip Hint a pcrmanoiit aablp gqv
emmenl will e formed as n n'ull
of tho present revolutionary move
ment in Menlco, Governor O, A. Lar
roiolo stated. Governor Larraiolo
was born, iu Clilliuahua. and haa
been a close etudent of the affairs
in Iho Republic of Mexico. Ho dr.
dares that at lust such a hope U
bant) upon something substantial.
Probably Hill Nnmbuite (HsntXHi.
AccordiiiK to reports from Mexi
Ico, prpllmlnar- orrangemenls for
an extraordinary sesalirtt of the Mex
lean congrs, May St,bi-jrs:?r
WpJC, (uni it is saUtjtiKTifouxalea
party probe'''y -rfrould nominate
Oeilornl Ohretron, as n randiihiln for
pmldonl. Beforo Iho rowdulton
tteiualca and Ohregon were rivals
or tho presidency.
Three AIIcrs Arrive l ihu Iahi,
NEW YOUK, May 2l.-,Vlien aro
now arriving at 6 rate Ihrefr lime
jgrraier tlmn titer aro leavinir. bc
owh l tAlhtlea inftdo publla at
(h KIHs Ulnd ItfimlgraUon Ma
iled. Last week's arrivals numbered
t:.Ml while deffarw Wcro oplp
Lejpt;AfraM if Hiss
Illy Associated Prras.?
1.0MMN, Kiigland, May 21
Persta has appratrd to the taagun
ot Natfhms lo protect her aahikt
n-i. .. r. .it ... it.
inn TTn-m, nmni iriitrniil iiip
lauding of bobthctlk forrrs oil Per
sian soil frtHM the Cmplau Sen, w)is
matto tnriHitah mg rrrstaH forriim
mhiMrr, who Is ht Park.
The ppel aud to tK prr.v
rM! hi Mm hartur of KWrH of
fiHn furmf riy ad the itjlils m
i - - ,: .ir.!r!:'-,r,tyr:'A"
MH4SM:VMH ON TMC WJN
Illy Associated Preasl
WAKSAW, Polaml, May. 2t,-Pi.
wvi iriMips nave eiunler attacked
tho boUlinlkl un the northern rnd
of Iho battle fniiit and bale driven
tho nit let armies bach ttvelve ami
a hall miles near Kryxzopol, II uits
otrirlally announced Imlay.
U. r OIL C0MP.MK8 IN
mkxico must strrn.i:
WABIIINQTOnTiTc, May 21. Ail
implied Ihrval by the do facto gov
ernment of Mexiro to forco oil pro
ducers to make prompt payment of
export taxes was rnvcalcd In n be
lated mcssaiio from the American
embassy at Mexico City lo the Blalo
The department or" rinanee wai
qUQieil as ruling (hat the laics for
March and April must ha pad Willi
liTfH'o days after May 13 and that
lw .extension would bo granted.
The dcartmenl added, however,
that tho companies would not be
t-spfcted, to comply with a recent
decree 'ol tho Cararota eovominenl
almost doublliiK tho amount, but
might pay tho March-April ami
menl In accorilanca with the tariff
fixed for January and February.
Tho largest oil companies have
hot paid tho taxes, but neither their
rcprcaentatlvr nor tho Statu Do
parlnieutv received notification of
a-ny. punllivu 'action taken by tho
Mexican authorillea, Tho companies
fccplalned that llu-y had heillaUxt in
making payment only tiecau-M of
Ihcir Inability to dctcrmlno to whom
jhe money should Im vaM,
mm: i ikmw mm:mM
TH CIX.VM MJAWCZ
JUAnEZ, Chlh, Met., May 21.-A
strenuous timpaiBU awlnsl Amcri-
iii-'dono,,Jasera In Juarex haa been
Jfailtuled by Chief of Pollco Pedro
Garcia. Hvo havo been deported
during tho -paH two day. Garcia
Is. also taking steps to cheek, tho
operations of petty thieves and niok-
bockets, and a number of arrojls
iavo been made during lbs week,
Illy Assoelalcd Press.
CHMVKiO, Miiy 21-Priccs fome
aWH.helter fttttHer m tho aVwd
ofiTrasta al Its cm4an t-hU momln,
ht'MtiS. respecNiely 7X per
IsjghaiW imi fSO Of aiftf tiaurat
WWITl faaap If Jl.WQt pVl MlICV
' sWh ery rotM touclted as tow
as ?IH mi Jhtty pork 164.75.
Is Cruos Machinery ordered
fir !toiiis, Ariz.
NOGAIXS. Ani, May 31.- Ily As
sociated Press.) Tho smelting In
dustry Is lo come lo this city in tho
pear future, according to plans thai
call for the erection of a 60 tou
stack with other units ti follow ns
business Justifies. The iilanl Is lo
lie liulll, II Is announced, tor tho
reimmg or ore from tho largo silver
properties or Charlra A, Kurtyi-I
and associates In Hlnaloa. The ore
will bo Iraled In crudo amltcrs In
the Mexican ntata and then e-hlpped
lo Nogalcs lor final treatment, It Is
'The- a'lferrfq fie erecred'berei
win no oi mo iypo mvniu'd ny .nr.
Kueiitel, and It Is asserted it will be
freo from llio nulnance of escaping
iimiea, ao ucauiy to vrgeiaiion. or
filers of the company are J. K.
Wise. Kogalcs business man; l)r. A.
I. (Justcller. physician; K. A. Ta
me, commercial agent for Iho &-
nora government; A. It. Cardenas,
publisher of La Naclon, Nogales, v
nora, eveidng newspaper; and Al
berto K Figucroa, presidents munic
ipal of Nogales, Sonora.
Don't Kntnv Hon Fortunate We An.
PAIH8, MaySIFrancow ill airaln
enjoy thn luxury of whiln In cad
nci August, in tho opinion or M.
Thoumyrc, under secretary for food
who announced mat this year s crop
promises to be exceptionally good
and that Imports or wheal aro
Nov MOtit PIrre To He Colurd.
Thn bill Ailllmrlilim nilnnni .r n
siH'Clul Wkcnl plrcr of commemo.
rale tho 300th anniversary of tho
landillff or llm Pllarlm. .imiml
by Preshlcnt Wilson.
Liyely Western DramA, abo
A Btuoid Lbyd CofTiey
"li im Low 1m m"
ty Aawialrd Preas.i
WAfJMIMWTMN;) II. C, May lt-
siffurl eMssMmsje to
uhi. 1 1 . i i n - uli i. .
T- vWWPf WW IW WWW WWi
rHifMaW) tit IWMpi Wm atlMI CMattMl
ad VHa' iramaentaWses to
iHthtHt, R wan mM toitoy by r&rr
M-i4atroJMite fiM-lo pmeru-
Mcjsmpes hate bce m-M lo VMto
ly for "cooperatinns, ttiry naM,
mr th Aef: with vmja
'ClllllliAlllA CITY. Chlh, Met,
May 21--(Via Jiarex.)-l)auto of
Francisco Villa's prelensinns to re
reaming a political and military fac
tor in Chihuahua, lhre s IIIHn
likelihood that an agreewni will 1h
reached between tho famous bwuK
leader and the revolution awatnsi
Curraiua, This becamo Imown hens
fullcrA-lng a conference cemlueied br
General P. Kllas Calle. sustrrm
field commander or llw revotuln
ary rorces, and AltonM Gomes, who
came here as Villa's personal envoy
for a parley with Calles.
"I hav receded a toiler from
Villa which leads mo lo Im-IIcvc thai
there Is little likelihood uf an agree
inrnL" raid General lilies.
"I will answer him. saylna wo
shall givo him protection as In hi
lllc as well us all necessary guar,
antrcs, but that Is as tar aa we
For the time being ul least. Gen,
rral Callrs Indicatod, r.o military
preparations aro lo 1m madn agahtsl
General J. Gonxalo Fx.'o)mi' has
lieen "hmiiMjrarlly umIiowxT lo have
command or rcliel milMary o;ra
Hons hi Chihuahua. Oemfl VjtMr
raid. General Kscotosr U sHw kri
bnlay. AHer hi arrival, ) sd
rjllt.-d Willi rnra.l " ' IA
II liftacobarX .prodcw-.aaur, -
iravojor weiirn iMy,
Tonm Cameras was -awortt In ;m
lerday as acting governor of Chih
uahua, In succeed Abel a Rodriguez,
who haa started lo Mexico Clly to
tnke bis seal ns a senator In con
gress when il convenes May 21,
MKXICO CITY. May 21, imel
Gabriel Uarrins. an Indian rhMtMo
who is in control in thn mounlnln
stole or Puebla, into which Pn-i-dent
Carronta and his compabions
aro reported to lie Heeing ror
refuge, has offered adhcrrnco lalho
revolutionary plan or Ague, Pricla,
according to information received
from an unofficial hut rellablo
Dispatcher from Tarnpicq My lhal
General Manuel Pelaex, mllitaiy
governor of Tamnulipas, Is organ
iiiug a column for Iho pursuit of
General Ohregon rclunutl (o Mex
ico City alter a brief visit In 8u
A parade. In whlrh 30.000 soldiers
will lake pari is liclng planneil for
May 21, when Hie czlracrllnary ses
sion ot congress will lw Opened,
mV KTKWAKT AMt AuAaW.
WWIT IM(1M WMH J. WIW'I,
MAamAl, i.W IN UPAKSV
tdp oU.r 9M -silw oxreHent
MAIrfWD, itpak. Mac 21r-MHil
tc eotioit uwusiry new.
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