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Offtelal fpf fwna fitnly
MMi. N. Y. Aualwl
THftlwMtWMt MfM have paid
"iitMWWf sjiatsntr fet the Rrpur
HeatF-SeWr a Hm rotU In ISI".
i!0r Ki'iiumlnn declared here
ix'ISaJSSf f Kkf','Mf maknf
for he vice prrMttenry.
UHKw(f(l ( IhfJ "mfttt-rk.! Mill
mom) jssntsrsip of lh wotM" whw
Hits ww 11 Icq wa. l lie mM,
"whtrwHI fccity llMt our title to (hat
lrmkflilfi,hM hern grlovmisly lm
jwlwlilf not completely lost?"
"ttftwi Km happened (o n-rottnl
fiWiHM wwcrlM of jsrle and the
-ioHire of the plc of honor
a, stun,1 whi neon won ny aiimtkbii
WMw'wtd American slstesmanshlot''
Mr. Cwmmhwrs asked.
The. answer I MOT fur to seek.
Practically coincident Willi llir miti-
IIcsshis n tho arniWlce..camoltie
, iww!ijI(Wij Repiddlciih party hid
luwi'wfWMfitl hi tho OmreflHnl
1 clM8w jjf RHH. FnH'i (Iml ino
HirwtAtwrkiw frroarcss almttwd.
pnrlliHHwWf) look possession of ptitv
tin anaira ami ncpiiuiimi' irnurra
became more Interested tn pollllrnl
sneer llian In national honor. Tho
rrtitlln wero Immediate and dlsas.
Honor raU UtttwwtirraMe.
- - "Kvery enemy of society, of peace
or of emulation took quirk ndvant
tm of the fatal period of hesitancy
American contmerrc, which ought tn
havo been necking every port In the
world; wiw unable tn develop ade
quate traita ehannels or flndnctlled
hat I (or development. AH the. proc
esses of tlesta IW.were Jstspalred
and Mwm wm a irMuij aeeiimwa.
t-faft tsf ttssssss'lle pfflssetiia which
have MOT fceea mIJimM and wMch
riMW be -MiMMarNy BK Hh
"There has Bl been an hour tint
(lie fnveher rtecUmw a dur
ing wWrh the American people
have not paid a taerhwf penally
Tor the' NeMiMican trhimoh id that
ytar. There J 'wt' i"wwr:
Then I hut one f leap path of duty.
II M to redeem our wow to we
wbrld and. to' assume without hesi
tation our -share of the link of re.
habilitating the broken structure of
V The Democratic party U liucnn
qurraiue in us now upon me iruiu
that America belong tn iv world
jtnd cannot aervo herself while
breaking faith wth ojhrrs. fucli la
our cause nn our iiunxw. Ttwt
ou will hold liluli tho Xandanl wn
place In your hand we do not for a
IhnhMy ami Cunning.
Hiwoklns nf tho Hrpulillcnn run
wntlon in ChiraKu. Mr l'.unnnln.t
aald ''timidity nnd cunnips" were
(he rscnlll characterlMIra of thr
platform adopted there,
"It aeemi to Ins tho prwlncl of
men wliu havo iivci lor many
eara hi thts Mind atiHT of moral
ndmllnn." ho eald. addinir that the
hipuhlfcan candidate ultimately
'vaa not in fact thr choice of any
coiild'rehto inunhVr of the dele
caU'a" and that the nomination
Msxiag PrDmtsss ViHa ta Opiwsa
ExtnMtrtiHi to Cokmiws fw hhniars
(Associated Press CnrrcsimndcnceA
HAN PEDRO, nOAIIUIW. finx,
Icp, Any. 8,Kninclscd Villa ..has
been given assuranl-ca that lhi
Moxlt-aH goycrnnii'it will Hpofl
any attrmpi lo cxjrsdlto him hi the
L'niteM States to answer for his par
tl;lptton In tha raid on Columbus.
N. M, In Marcli, lOln. This, slate
meat was given qui today hy Villa
fnllownri here to greet their former
Villa has been ijunt'rt many times
as denying he was al Columbus at
h. tithe of, the raid, deplle evi
dence upon which he was indicted
by tho New .Mexico grand jury.
Tho amnesty granted him frees
Villa .rent any danger nf criminal
ndloaju N5co, nlul It wits said the
Jlnxkwi government, uimn Villa's
assertion hp wa not present at Hie
llnin of (he rahi In Oilumhus would
represent m cannnl ln iiws'culi'd
llor Itidirlmi fur niSMeeulInu n n
fiifOlivfi nl the (Iiiik nf Iho raid or
nv any ttmn sunn-quern llirreto,
Yrm Conwwtwfn "MM Acrr.
Tha'fanu jnanliHl Vlllu a one nf
nit- riiMiuntw U p surrvo'icr r-
cred imfm aw;s and U valued ut
urwaiil of Mtififto.
0n)nnn HejMwhi Htos of Villa's
s'nIT, has arrlvetl hern lo arrnnim for
Hit-' wcosHHtatioi) t VU1 and his
Mea. fevtta, wW f L ImHm mm.
Whwlwr. U irwrtly WfM hi hr
! Mm M Ma vlHa f hupiainu.
Mpits ti Cmty
rbuntor nhtW at the Community
House t GoIimn4hm them aalherrd
Ihu chtH of Democracy m repreen.
eO hy tho niembera of thla political
ran in im cny ami iu environ.
Tho rrMm was thai neal Monday
aflfninon Bl 2 n'elivk llin hennv
crata of f.una county will meet at
I ne couriiuun in Iteming lo nelecl
dvtegaten io tho state ronvenllon
and alto tn select delesaloa lo a dis
Iriel convention for the Sixth Ju
Tho following- members of (the
faith whoho Judgment has been
judged by their peer and arq con
sblered bulwarks hereabouts were
selerti-d to rerirescnt this section:
J, K. While. II. J. Kano.
T. 4. Cole. J f i. Orcenwood.
W-'l lilxon. It. J; ClMMtbom.
H.WJCIIIott W. K. Mw4iy.
Rlc. Kodrltuet. N. J. Varhrowajw.'-
rim a wmerm HtNtrv
Sllali'lia, N. M Air. 13-The
tin exritemetit hero received hled
(niiftii since Iho dlncnvi-ry of ahv
IKuiinl tn mmgi't.
"rould not evoke any popular re-
nMn, and Indeed, II failed, lo cre
am any eniiuisiasin in me regtsirr
liiif convention Itself."
At Han t'ranclsra. hn said, lht
randktaU-a emerpst fiinn tho dA.
liberations of that body (the ,Drm
erratic convention) as Iho free
choice of a unltetlparly, liearing NO
lainl upon their title to leadership,
liinor anil respect.
"The Republican party since 1012,
Mr CuinmfiMn said, "hM been the
party of destructive crltlelwi, It
link mado a specially of fault-find
Infr. In peace, In war and In our
relations with othrr countries, the
M'ltled nurpoao. of Ilvnubllcnn lout
eishlp hss been to make trouble, Ir-
r-pcctlvo of the merits of any proli-
lun Involved. II pas nersistwiuy
poughl In increase IrrltaUoit and
ditrontenl. ralhrr than to allay
them. From every element of dis.
cord, anil oven of sedition. It has
sQuyht to draw soma resultant of
partisan advantage. Its purpose has
boon and still Is, repudiation and re
followers, Anollter noted Vllla lteu-
tenant here U (Lionel uanici uc.
ln?n, known ns the Terror of tho
r:mii.linnM ri..ltriln- willi h handful
of men, for three years demorollied
tiwht service between rotTeon ana
iliTt Anurlekn bonier.
Vitk will h guarded Tor the re-
m.lt!.L.,..i LU lien dv nrtv nf lila
trustrd followers, whu"?lll be paid
ny me Buvrnimriiu
Villa, with wm officers and men, is
or-Miiiln (lirlnnil tn Ran Petlra frnm
Cuairn Cituegas for final arranga-
I. ..U . n Urt ...lit
l,nrn uni-U- In Ihf, curiftV and wilt then
itinrrh l to Clonic Palaclo, wlierc
lila nti.ti will iIIimtii nnd eanh rK
Iccivo a year's pay In advance prior
HI going onto iiifir lamis. '
Villa spies are also en route lu
Villa Will select his personol guanl
or lirtx men rmm among ins niosi
tnuieii roiidwers, '
Tlio guard will lie paid according
i.. ii. t ntnV I lii vnrlnii nlflrnm helit
miller Villa and rannol be displacn).
Anri nn in I lie irrcenwiii. vn n
mie hi wonl of lionor never to
Itghr egalnil Mr-tlcu.
The agreement creates In Mciico
a situation paralleling (hul rHStiii
I... hi II. n lt.ilinl Klnll'H fituii the lu
itian M-ltlemenlt. Villa Is ns lnd
ncodcul as ever.
Mils mm Cartared By
Set Balm ml Corp. Beckett
Henry HarrhMAii, illaHkMyenl l n fill or tuneml rfollam, If ts
4lct, wm arretted Mowtajr awn MIMfn id Chutte Iidmi, and ho It
Mh murderous aiwamM, nf 1 A,
fcach and (Kxilivety lteMml m
four iteopK After bciftf terBMl
for a hetrifw before MWt Msfc
gulMy end areued for thVns 6 jecSrCi
a lawyer, juuo uie cwimiimnw
hnarliw until I'rlday, AlMuU 1.1 at
19 o'clock in the morfthnr,
.Hie date, Friday the thirteenth,
hacked up with llin known evldencr
Ingles evil, oe Julh-e rslher, fgf
Henry Ilarrislon. um( it shoulil. he
rnusn (he asMUlt with robbery m
the motive, was one of the innat
deK'rale and atrocious that evjr
Uk place In Columbus nr In the
Klein nf New Mexico for that mat
ter. hi tho VnhVrm of Umfc Htm.
Mr. Peach on lh day of the at
tempted rnhtvry was In his rnlHi
store, woman customer wAs In lh
storn also. A coloml man In thV
uniform of Incla Ham's toldien
and who has Since been identllled
4 Henry llarrMou, Walked Into the
place; carrying in his right hand a
package, wrapped In on old newspa
per which has since been iileutlflnj
as a package carried earlier In the
nay ny Iiarristnn ami which proveu
ii contain a piece of gas pipe ;
Mr. I'each asked him what lie
wanted. The robber stalled for a
moment and then pointing lo a cor
ner of the room, screamed that ho
saw a snske thrift Mr. Peach
grabbed the only available weaiicutl-
a uroom -anu siaricu lor inc. comer
and as hn did so he was almost
felled by a blow nn the back of Ihf
head with Iho piece of mis pipe li
the hands of llarrieton. ' '
tttnick 4mle. Praeh nler.
,V1 falllriR as his atsnllanl ex
prcled. he was struck again. Juikv
Ich Is a vlsorous nMHNrwelati4M
well over 1'80 and evidently fcirrJ-
mi, seeing thai his vktlm wm hoi
ham shed out, fled to the war awl
am his escafie. -''Ttie
civil and military MilhwHIn
wro al once nollneil and a rounwii
nf discharged soldiers was al unci
taken but clews wer absent.
The provosi marslial's office uu.
pi AUitc,tHTjiunu':l of Jlip SlUt I
inmry'omi ior a ionK nine nan ue
cldeil that Iho fanvni old 21th In
fanlry was not spina- to be placet
"lit bad" by aoinn of the toughei
element nf tho short riilistiurnl man
ami especially as Iho old 'Jltii men
were demanding punishment for tin
man who could commit surh a near
murder and wear Iho uniform ;
Uncle Ham's men.
Hrrrotl Ha a Shrrhwk Holnint.
Provost Marshal HerriKl has m
number of good men under him. hul
In Sergeant llaltnni hn has n Slier
lock Holmes nf Iho II rut water.
Over at the Khaki Club Is Kindlier
believer nf punishment fur evil d"
rr especially when 11 ! a thug who
would not stop al actual murder lo
Ppoclal Correspondent !
Mefor'N Wife Here.
Mrs. Major Moloney of Columbia
wat a visitor here Saturday.
Alma Hotlnrt-t Mere.
Miss Alma dloduell was a week
end vilor hero, from Columbus.
HrtWa from Cloudcroft.
Misses Nell Hlbsoit and Ilelhel
lluldo havo relumed from a visit
Hulh Hrsiajm Here.
Miss Hul It Ilcrroh Is hero from
Silver City lo rpend Ihe week-end
willi her parents.
Take Vacation nl elan Ilco.
III.. I,...w.l.l.in U..l..,in IaTI Run.
dav for Kan Dleao whero (die will
spend her vacation,
Ciirfttfl or the HIIIIm- In Ft Paso.
Miss Kathcrino llamel and Julletle
Rosch were the guest of Mlka Hill's
In F.I Paso for Iho week-end.
Rock from San !)lru.o.
llrnrv N. Wnrit l hnek fnim Han
Dlrco. Hal. whero ho atlended Iho
yt'ung officers' training school.
Ft -Knyanl Clrls Here.
MisSea I-Vlna Kcagat end lavnmlo
Orish&m of FU ltayaid were guests
of frleuiu In Drilling Ibis week.
Hecovrpfmm Tliroat Operation
Mrs. Helen Pinny of Hurley, who
m-enlly underwent tut operation for
throat (rouble. Is fully recovered
and left' for her homo Friday-
r, Pnch nn Way ki OiltimhiiH.
Mr4. -f I Diorll ivllttllisl rrillll
citubc, Aril on Balurdsy whera
lied (o lobk aflrr lh comfort of
ihers of the 21th. whtt make the
tin Club ihelr headquarleri,
m will testify under oalh Hut
ytry llarrlslcr was In Ihe Khaki
nli the mornlns of the assault
HWt Mr. Peach and that ho carried
a mimiio wrappeii in a newspaper
wWfh answeml the descrlpltoit of
tM ono left lr tho thug at (lie Paach
5T-nnt.1,t ri..lor.,-r til ll. llnrn
tnfnm the assaull will swear Henry
fjatrlilon is Hie man. Him doesn't
Saj he hoks like the man, but nays
nwt t lie man.
Ajiothcr woman who lUi-s across
the street will testify Dial Henry
Mcis(on Is Ihe man..
yWlien Judge Prach wntwifront
l,,wllli llarrislon the Jtitlgw Ihimo.
iMjely oski-tl hlnl If he had seen
m)l more snaites lately.
(In a'lVnirler reporter, the Judge
, -Binre Hearing iiarrisions
akV falsetto voire there is not
adnw nf k doubt In my mind but
thti hn Is the Kouinlrel.
t"MI canturc wm a neat ill nf iwt-
l(cf work and credit Is due In tW-
imn naiiani oi rrnvini aui-Hiis
nofnHis onice atwi uortorai uecit
elL Lost Monday Hergeanl Italian!
Concluded his evldenep Was sulTi.
rlcni and shout noon lime he spied
Horrlstoii entering Ihe First Na-
llotial Hank. Ilarrislon saw Hallard
Mti and evidently knew that his ar-
th was imminrui tor nn siaiien in
he bank asking Cashier Lee Crad
lock many Inconsequential ques
MiCns unlit Mr. Craddock Ihoiighl
hj) had a "nut In deal Willi.
rcaprx; Is Hrcsplumt.
, Ilarrislon came nut of the bank
when be thought the coast was clear
but saw Hsllard onproarhlng and
'hirkiil Into Iho Palace Meat .Mar
ket. Coming out of there Hatiard
placed him under arrest nnd started
'o walk toward Hm O'Loari" comer.
ItsrrlMon wrenched tihnu-lf Inns
wit ran like a rabbit ducking in and
ul nf oitthoues and buildings and
'lually he sneakiil into the Havel
tVarrhousn nu Kant nrosdwny
'A rowil -rtdleeleU- mil-- t'orporaJ
IteckHI nrrlveil on Iho scene. Cor
tmral llrcfertl Is a sleuth of no mean
4ifKrtloii and In company with
Sergeant Hallard he m-srclinl Ihe
ttnmlmiim and found Hie fugitive
llrrrislmi gave up ami was hunie
llnlety liiniiil oer In the civil an
horille and an hour later w lu
-imrt, plead not guilly and his hall
wUjplsreil al MiOn and iu a few
minute n was ou his way tn the
rotinly seal Jnil whero ho will re
inuin tmtll brought hi Oilunihus
In appear Iw-fore Judge (ile on the
iiir.mliig of FRIDAY TIIK Til I It
I.ATKH Tlii.Tlnrri.lim Irlnt cum
over' Until Tuelay next.
she went for an exlended visit to her
daughter hut was m-alhil lo her
home In- Columbus on account nf a
luunlerous usuault ou her hmlr.inl
by a wouIiI Imi robber.
ghakhifl Hands With Old Friends.
Mr. and Mrs. James. Carrigan are
slinking hands with their old friends
nlu-r an absence of several months
sprnt hi Texas and California.
lrtvc IHiUon In New York.
Dnvc Ohlson. managir of the
linrilwan- deiuirlnienl si Hm Nnnl
haiia vtiio'. In rpeudlug his vacation
vIMIing his' parents and relatives In
Wivs Mrliovrni Rrttinic
Miss McOovrrtt of Denver has re
ttuikil fni'm her vacation which was
spent al home and will resume her
ilnlfes as trimmer at Iho Franklin
. Vtllll....... U...- U.l..,
Mlss'F.innia, Tnylor, milliner and
mllliurry buyer for the Nonlhatts
shire, has returned from fllileago
ahi New York markels wlieri sho
pniYhasetl Iho- full and winter slock.
Art-ret Moriddne Pitldtcr.
TI13. arrest of a tlrutf peddler
here in snnd.ty by U. 8. Inspectors
wnarreportciJ. vThu man gavn Ihe
nniito nf' Mostelleu and was charged
with peddling morphine, sot) grains
pring ioiuu in ins possesion wnen
Among ho lovnl I'-oUmibiM fans
v.'lin utiended thn hall pmnc ou buiv
day were l.leutennnl and Mrs. HIIU,
tVuptaht lvl llnrllhy, Sergeant mul
(CQidtuucd nu i'otju Column tj
Mt8 MILOREO C. MALTON
Mist Milton, who's htm la In It.
tan, ws a asttgatt ta the rcnt an.
nual convention of tht National Aim.
elation tt Crsdlt Mtn si Atlsntlc City.
iVIbuquerque, N. M, Aug. 13, Two
hundred and llfly gallons of licarh
brandy has been Ihrown away. Hie
III! whirll vtas used tn niaiiufartutx
Ihe brandy and which Is believed lo
havo been line of the chief wuirces
of supptying some nf Albuquerqtln's
thirsty rrnwd of lountn uzanls
around hnlel lobbien has Iw-en deg.
(rn)ed and Juan I.una, operator of
Ihe alill o in Hie hands of the law
as the result of a raid conducted by
federal prohibition agents 2 miles
south of I.os I.unas last nlshl.
Tha still was located In Luna's
home, an adobe house In a secluded
spot near an arroyo and t,way from
roads and footpaths.
"Cad ti Anns" fit
Wednesday morning at 2:15 a "rail
lo arms echoed through Camp rur
long and In a few minutes a rcgi
nwrnl of soldiers was iu line
Details were iliMialehcd lo Hi'
various outposts, to the hanks ami
Kiough ammunlUon was loaded
orlo trucks to fur an Argoune
Silently and swiftly Ihe soldiers
carried out orders and tl llm cut
tens of Columbus liad ben awake
al that unearthly hour there would
havo nertt a mad scramhle lu II nil
nut what was doing and Jlio reson
However, II was only a "mancuv-
ver;" proof lo atiow the alertness of
tilonel I-rrnch s men.
IIAHHY VIIITT.H IN COI.UMHIJH,
llorry Whllver. Hie oil man. Ar
rived In this city Thursday In look
after his malerlnl ut tin Valley Oil
site. Whllver is ns good nuturiil
as ever. Hn says he was trained
early in life In lie a good fporl and
take Ills' losings as well ns winnings.
He added, however, thai it was hard
It keep down a grlmarp whenever
he thought of his Irealnient hero
hi absentee, ns well as local land.
rwners. He still has faith iu Ihe
valley well, however.
Uniforms After Airtviitg at DestiutiN
Military police- hero liltve, been In-
itnicted o enforce orders Just re
reived allowing mcit dlschargeil
from Ihe; various branches of the
service In wear Ibrir uniform only
from Place nf discharge tn their
limnes. A penully otKmo lino, six
intuit Its' Imprisonment, or lmtli, has
lieen set lor violators nf Ihe ruling.
(I ts planned tn warn meti fouinl
wearing Uie uniform until tho new-
law has pcrnjno generally known.
However, If 0 man IS convicted for
a crime commtltctl while wearing
Iho uniform he will also be lined
for Illegally wearing II.
. Many crimes arc sain lu have
been commuted by im-n wearing
soldiers clothes, wio are not mi-iit
hers of the army since iim vyar do
parlmenl ban allowed discharged
melt to wear Ihelr uniforms. The
new ruling Is n result of this,
Thla order will tic appreciated in
Unliimbtis especially, as nearly nil
nl the recent robberies havo Ih'cu
pi.riielrated by men lu uniform or
pnrls of auuifnrta 1kbI nirirlals
soy liml evil dwrs ure more readily
li'c nulled in civ Ulan 'clollies,
Raker Says HUs-nnl IMtlngs.
Catiiti Furlung soldiers. II t sitid.
will soon be strutting around the
ttrccU aud la I heir utlkus with reg
Justire of thn Peace T, J. Coin' Is
forking overtime thrsQ days and he.
U liHiiilIng nut fines o law vfelalors
which provokn 'griiuU of (lUnp
For Instance, I'otlro MU-r 1ms been
tooling a gun. Ho contributor f-WO
and cnjts 40-
II. U Jhwurft rhargnl .wftMttin
same nrfe'nse. aiwi paid n ftW 6T
slim and costs, 1
Angel Flotes and. II. I Ktewarl
win rhargnl with violation blithe
prohibition net. II Is said they Imd
ni'li-en quarts nf Hunuybri)ok and
li'ituila in Ihelr poseslin hi Hie
lime of llit-ir arrest. It Is tinder.
stood they will wAlv exaiiiliiallim
- which mesni I hey will pnmahiy
lie held Mr hall to Hie federal court
ni Mania Fe.
Ida Mela and Margiterito Punee
wen' rliargVjl Willi vagariinryj.' Both .
admitted 'there was more r les
Iruth fn Hif charge and Ida 'paid -WTi
and'U. while Mergui-rlbi paM''
twice as mucu.
KIrllft rHliMi, tm and Cen
Kleltn Dixou. wlia nwo a- HKink
Inu hoiifo and was II landlady
where Ida and Margiierlfn (manled,
got til bad with tho court, as the
officers who made Ihe nrrrnl fiiund
two nuarl bottles, ice cold, tn Iho
rclrlgeralnr. rontaluing tequila. Hint
paid tlOU and costs for vlolsling llin
local law on a riarge of ilixmli-rly
and it Is aald H(ecial Agent Tinkle.
pniigh may havo something In say
retarding those I wo bottle of straw
clored liquor which la worth'hboul
Xrcn cents and sellii readily hero
In Columbus for from W In (HI a
Then along came uara wilier.
Clrra paid the uttfal tlW and routs
on a charge peculiar lit Columbus,
And lost but. not least, was mo
casn of Mrs. Lee Milhrr. In this cne
the Judge evldenlly liml out calling
"tlotl and costs," anil Mrs. Io got
otl lightly and savisl almttl ts M
the Judge hatulnl down a mere bag
atelle nf $3 and coals.
The Camp Uiiarlrnnaslrr at Camp
Furlong has an tqi-liMlato chemical
engine and hosu wagon operated by
iiidor Hiwvr. In thn event of a
lire lu ixilumbus it would bo nf ma.
(trial benellt especially a this city
now Is practically without Urn pro
lection. A hurry-up rail to (he
l'-enip Supply Otlico nr lo Hie Pnv
vost Marshal's OITire should bring
quick resulU., Tjils particular
ti tick will nave thousands of dollars
lu thn cvenl nf a lire. Of coutno.
tills truck Is for army use, but tho
officers down at tho Mal--atl tif
Hum from Colonel French down
will help Columbus al any Hum.
And ally Incipient lire on a windy
duy In Columbus may bo the undo
ing of Iho city, for a lime.
TIIK JHWUIdtY STOCK now In.
n.leil next door to the Mistonicu will
move to Ihe Columbns Drug Co, oil
Must tot Wear
illation army trotmers 011, minus Uie
Tho war dcnarlnienl lias Issued
aiionler pnrmlltlng soldiers lo wear
army regulation trousers wniio oir
However, a copy or tlio prdrr ivas
not been rocelvod at lb" tmst tind
of course th ooler will not become
ef!pelive until 11 Is received.
'Hoots arn very nnroniforlaWn for
iit-my officers working 1n ulTlri-s and
the order will bo welcomed ky thetis,
cM.clally," said nn officer, "I Int.
aplne Ihe order will in-null .intlrcre-
to wear irnusers while nn 1
Heel VM Col HK ArrhjM.
The 2ith Kxt'haiiKK ar eelehrut.
(nu Hielr mitoval Into. tuiW-qtMrtera.
hy repealing news tbnt Hko IWs
one; "John Magiilre., Was ikivhw
hie rnudster hnm: when he saw dl-
ifctly In.frWil of-:dti ml imlf. .
Jrlqi was (00 elose Ktdlw e!wl'to
stop ami JieMnet ut rthp it- wit
hts'i jxir Itifk iwl We- triek ttyi
nnimnl lieiwtH,' l-Auiinn'r sm
the roillatop.'.. .
.10 Mori; lqyi Wy-ji-taarfu.v -It
ts lo I hi rMMftMwMy isrsKtsjilit
(hat fall weather wi rf in witlihs
Ittft ueit thltly dy, -