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3 R ptaAo sVg'W'W iww4wpr
wl W J. 0. MWer, tove
worked eirly asd lato all week In
chWklwr hp the an,i"a or the cm.
umeu State Hmk m ,hl rlly.
. As. mult. Mr. Rwd hat ttccl
A. J, Wrtd In charge wHh tiic, official
title of rfeyuty atri bnk examiner.
v M r. tod, like all tonk examiners
from Ike very Hture -of Hi elf
timm. I non-cewssrftfil, rell-
eeM d evWewlly h toKer listen
er ltoV t Wtor. for imMkaUon bo
said ho MI leave Golumbw eswly
twtHiw mm! wnM reMim l fee
.$JMr, Mr MMi fUlMT H trf
k rrdxrlRm 'of I(nhm wirifl? Ida tn-
Irrval and If ,lhy Oo tMa.lo Ui mU
lnfAclinu of tha Nmk Mmlr the
Umr will I opncd.
Thf fact thai thn orijlusl caililor,
A. J. VVclil, W placed In chnrgo l In
lUrlf evidoiicc dial everything l all
right with Iho Columunt Statu Rank
There may he a few aceoiwU "over
loanivl" ml In Dili ovenf Ihey will
bo tfcurol personally hy Mr. ()mn
wood and by the ttockhotdcra who
-alto, personally, arc liable for dou
ble the amount of their stock hold-
Thetc'onftdenco of tho public In J
L. Ureenwood It tho remarkable fca.
(ure of tho rslnf of the Columbu
Stale twiawl to kM been comll
.iuente4itty HnV )iatecr Head for
tho ttoed JttdMnetH to dlplyed In
proteeti (oior by cloln at
the niycholottlcal moment with 110,-
(X)Q cash In tlio vaultt end Uiourandi
of doltara' worth of Negotiable te
That tho Cokimbtu Mate Hank
hat many frienda among tho, com
pany cwwwHidm (n Camp Furlonar
M Hvteeed pfcvtou to wo tranaicr
"I tho PoM Kichntfo acrount, ono
of the lTKit Kccwma in m
Furonf.- Ohq afHiKHi, fourteen
officer who eoHoa the ,,)flhcr
"P." met to decMo whether lite
Extlianee aecoiint lrtilU be tran.
ferred to Klrtl Ntmkl Hank
in thla cly, noiwi(htatid4flg that
thn fimt Natlim) had ovorbld the
'oluiidHW MUlo for the fXMtetaloit
of thla aeounl. At'tho meetliiK
. a nundior or officers rriradly to tho
Cplumbut (Hat Mted' tVt they
hsd always bees itrcetcd wUh overv
eourtAty ad Wt all if ouwlt for
BceMMmNMkwa ht bwn met, and
mey auim no tetm for
The other evn remained obduN
ato and believed In tarrying out tho
rMHleU Of demawk vt ihe War
Iemimeni "UmI all rim.., a
jxlte rr twllw! WHk vfliwiu
ever auck j, avsllW," or wowte
to that elfeeL .
A vote w lA p'U , n
aide giving In H.WM 4M4d tu Ms
State lot, w4we thct MttM.r
AHw human -Intwett Mw?.-
Ue(er. Tho day after it..
rl)d Mr. (lritoaivnuX .h. u .
Tlw reatibllrm fell abort by a
Kant margin of gaining IvvylhlrtU
at thn memlenlili of (ho tUte sen
ate ami tho botise of reprem'nla
Uvea un the face of returns re
ceived at the Democratic, hcadqutr-
U-ra up to last nlaliU
Nme senator arc claimed by the
Dtwecratks hedwMrter. Undoubt
edly Uicy have clftfet. Jetn Turner
of (Irani and HldalfO l bellcveil
lected by iJldwoa vote Howev
er, 1.61 Kor, llm republican
candidate from IhU (HlrlcU n4'
bo shown tto wtoner when Uta to
I urn are cowfilrie.
sy'-esgtil, RfteeN are dmeeea4. k
few dstrle He pmmU mm net
turn. Tmm are Ow, ma I.m
etrfn, Ute OrMt-NMJ, d we
Trrece dMrttu. t Otero, M
.m. .. Uk nuiiu narWUa IU!KM
I iw weiww8Ta)ta""eatTWH t'he
county for all or part, of their
county . ticket and Iho result of
vollnc on representative candidate
was not known. In the other uls
tricta which are doubtful tho result
h&a ln-i'n close and thoy may go
Hero it the lineup:
1-J. 0. Hllicra (Rep.),
2 bemclrlf) QUMana (Hep.).
3Charle 0. MwHtock (Ilep.).
4 Enrique Alwyla (Rop.).
B-l). K. It. Hellers (iVm.),
0-A. Kichwold (dep.).
7 ltafael Ourc'a (Di'iii.).
8- 0. U Phillip (Ilep.).
0 T. K Mitchell (Itep.).
10-R. n. Wright (Hep.),'
It Malaqulas Marllucx (Hep.).
13 W. 1). Murray JRcp.).
14 J. A, McDon4djHep.).
15 Kntl II. Ayres (HeTp,
IIW- '- Helnburg (Kep.).
17 Kharp llaniw)n (Hep.).
1H-K. M. Ilrickley (l)em.).
10-J. a la (Dem.).
20 D. a, drantham (Dem.).
21 Belli Morrison (Dem.).
22 A. I. Inn (Dem.).
2.1-J. II. Hull (tvm.).
JMohn W. Turner (Dem.).
-Miguel K. Ilara (Ilep.) and Oa
brlel Sandoval (itep.V
2 A. II. Carter (Hep.) and J. M
i-S. II. Hoehl (Dem.), Oo,rcla
(Dent.) and Ranchex (Dem.).
t M. A. Otero (He)).) and It
6 R, t; Maestas (HP-X ani1 M
X, TruJIln (nep.).
ft Kranclsco Qulnlana (Rep.). J.
U Hnmlrcx (Hep.) andjlllsrlo Mon
78. A. Fonlx (Dem.) and J. W.
&-Franelco Vigil (Rep.) d
Oeorgo Webster (Hep.).
O-JOao U- Ortega (Hep.) and
V. Dleekman (Hep.).
Ift Kllna Moutaya (HenJ.
ll-Roy'Eullou (Hep.) and Mala
quls Hwa (Rep.)
I 1,1-, V, Oalegos (Jlep.).
tV-IV A tJrigo (nep.) and Ama
HMlytl. Le (Rep.) and Jesus
-S. JU twatt (Di-m. Edgar
yr ;(Bb.) mA a. E. McDonald
W--AHffl ft. Heard (Dem.) aad
All' cnwwnle roads lead to Santa
I'n naxi upek. Thcv am fcdlne to
bestow high honors In the capital
city next week and these honors
ill bo gratefully received by
number of prominent clllicns of
Columbus. Once a mason, always a
mason It a trite saying as well as
a old one. but to be a 32nd degree
mason Is I lie acme of every lowly
3rd degree mason. The higher de
cites In mnnnnry are the Ideals
sought after by all men with lean-
hifs fraternal, and once achieved
Iho tltlehotdoM realise there U
hiithing mere worth seeking or in
tto istfi of men or nrganlMlions
ukmi Mil coutcrpane of a para
Tho deree to be conferred at
ftanta Fo Include all fmm Iho ttli
the Knd and alto Include the
Th'o'nly,'llotl(re(r msnons "Trrim
Columbus upon whom the degrees
III be conferred and wlikli will
consume one week's time In Ban-
Fa are William Klein of the lto-
xaar. John II. Ilrcen, V- 8. Customs
Inspector; Krnest M. Kngendorf
of the real cslato firm of Carl A,
Engrndorf; Albln Orambs, realty
owner; Inils Havel, merchant; and
M. McCullocli, in addition in a
numlnsr of army officer headed
by Captain Homer W. Muon of
the Still Infantry.
There am Ihreo residents of (Uh
lumbuswho have achieved the
llnctlon-I.. M. Cnrl, C. W. l'owcra
and Harry .Edwards who believes
he llvei fn Cook's l-nk. but acl -
unllv r...l,l.ln iVilumlius. Co urn.
bus delegation leaves Monday.
There are many masons living In
this city lio devoutly with for
llce degrees and the honor re
sultant and do not apply becauso It
Is an expensive proposition. lUil it
snfo tti hkkoiI 1 1 1 at. nil nisons
ho feel they can afford It, take
the 32nd degree ir their brother
member deem them worthy men.
Masons and nil lessor Mge. and
all organizations graduate down
from masonry, ' use, thn. blackball,
tho masons up to Iho X'nd degree
and then they throw tho blsokhall
nut Of (ho window, so far as Ihe
Individual candidate i roueemxl,
(Jetting blackballed by Ihe-slmums
Manges of menuier or minor longe
Is like water to a duck's back. Hut
after becoming a qinton and thru
being denied entrance to tho portals
of tho chosen and tho godly Is a
shock, so it Is said, that few ma
sons survivo n Iholr own or other
communities M, according to ma
sons, nnd a simile in VA Mauwllh
out a Country-I
25i.lU' 0. Norrls iDcm.) and D,
2o W " Xieioi (iem..
27 Pollcarplo.Arcbulela (Hep.).
Se-wV. II. Clancy (Hep..
2&-Ilenlto D. Sandoval (Rep.'.
30-air!e V, Grey (Hep).
Want to Keep Warm?
See FRIST'S New Line of
KJllf VV VUM CUIU
tTH-nl Arrest May toad to ln
pnrmattm Menmt Many K-
berrhn el' Two Montlis .Vo.
Several monlhs ago C, V. Pow
rt.Hiileifri un nifpriMl liv i
tber and when an Inventory was
en the following moinhig about
8600 worth of jewelry was mleaiug.
rrldny afternuon lal a man
walked -tntn Uen Lcbow's Jevelryk0Iowlng account of it;
store and handing Mr. Lcbow
diamond-studded watchcharin with
niatonle hieroglyphics engraved on
It and asked him lis probablo value,
Mr. Lebow took one look at It nnd
grabbing Iho man by the arm said
tliere was a gentleman across the
slreel who could give the exact
price of lis rpU Tho two hurried
Into Iho ilmgitoro ami found Mr.
Vuui-n reading thn Columbu tk)tir
inr. Mr. Ibow handcil him the
.''"Power, is till yoursf
MrJ'ower replied: "It isf
AMr, Lebow sahl, "Keep III
, A provost marshal entered about
this lime and placed iiio mqu un
der am-Nl. His slab'ment regard
lug tho possession of the KBO gem
I Ihat a a soldier he was sta
tioned at Hftchltft and while I here
had loaned another soldier t-'0 on
the charm, tho latter agreeing to
repay tho loan In two months, but
os Iho two moulds had elapsed ho
decided to find out what the gem
really was worlli .Mid had guno to
I.vIkiWs for Jhnl piiriwe. "The
malt, from Jlulehitu" has nlnce been
dl-;,llll'.aW11,,n, 'f'"'' nr" now
' JW' ,"C8', Meanwhllo
' ql"mlni man Is loekel up in
.' m sloekadn and J.U supo-
.nora r invesiigaung.
If llio propfcr onu Is arrested in
tills csio many nbberics may be
cleared up as during Iho particu
lar week C. V. PoVcr was robbed
tliere were doiens of nilrie, all
without n elew or an orreil. Hnw
ever Iho story uf Ihb suspect under
arrest rings true as it is unreason.
able tu suppose that the real Ihlof
would dare attempt to d!osn of
a watchcharin as Well known as
the ono In question,
The Doming Headlight was afraid
trf peep Iwforo tho election, ljut now
Unit Iho voter havn decided tha ts
sue without tho sago advtea of tho
Headlight editor, It carries a vln
dicitiyc attack ' against those who
pryed, it loose -from the soft money
which precluded Jabor vn tho part
of tlft editor. If Messrs. Vatighl and
fcerr'-wi; sfich obnoxious party
boism. why didn't the Headlight tell
tho.voUir. about It and sharo In lio
wlojarjrtiW thentj It would teem
(linlour worthy contemporary, ifon-
sinicsune repuuuean gains, to ms
lacicf oi, defense ef the democrallo
cause, ile-'llaltern Jilinself, allliougli
llig .greplilc agree thai il;shcnce
isiter'e.effectlve Ihwi any.btterauest
that have yet flawed from hit flus
"When tho Ifoif Is wounded thp
,WU IJMlllMim .
Celumlms Man Said to Have Par-
tlclpntrd m "Jidtllec- At (to
fliirorolr Ranch Ksrly In
tS NUTS IM US FUM
ljnr Officer Coutda't iMnke Case
"Mirk,- iM Stewart Ctrnvtwrd
' Co art He Wis EnHoy e.
LsU August, II. I,. Btcwart of Co
lumbus was arrested, charged with
a violation of the federal prohibi
tion act. His trial look place in
Santa Fo last week and the Banta
Fa .New Mexican publishes the
"The finding of fifteen quart of
lequllla burled In the ground in
corral and several Jug In a water
tank on tiie Iiurgolse ranch at Co
tumbus on August 1 led to the ar
rest of II. h. 6lcwart aocoiiling to
testimony given in the Stewart case
which consumed most of the tlmo
at Iho Opening of court this morn
"According to tho testimony of
Jack Drcen, a 'Inlted Hlatei Cus
toms Inspector, and C L. Roger,
marslfaT of Columbus, there wis a
Jubilee at tho ranch at which te-
quira llowed tr$tiy Just before tho
officer 'arrived. Utewarl fSVald to
have violated the federal prohibiten
"An automobile containing Slew.
nrt and several other men was
srarehed by officer Just is It was
leaving thn ranch when officers
were en routo there to search it.
II. D. Jamison, attomny for the
defendant, endeavored to snow that
Stewart knew nothing of the bur
led liquor treasure and was only an
employe on tho ranch. Henry 0.
unirs, wiio is conducting prosecu
tion, endeavored in snow tlisl Mr.
Stewart was directly Implicated in
tlin smuggling of liquor into tho
state from Old Mexico.
Following arguments by AUor
nors Jamison and Coors Upon the
resuming or Hie oflernoon session,
the court Instructed tlio jury lo re
turn a verdict of not 'guilty against
wolves close In." Tlin Heuilllghl ws
evidently afiuld to attack Kerf Jnd
Vaughl before the election, hui now
that they are defeated, what a brave
showing It makes. What wonderful
courage and how safe!
A newspaper that make no at
tempt to Inform iho publlo and to
create publlo opinion Is about as
useful lo a party a n handbill,
newspaper with a inoge to deliver
always commands respect and sun
port; the Headlight In recent yeara
nas jiad trjt ono mission, to get tha
easy money from the taxpayers and
ir it had a ucso it has wafted
until after election to deliver iU
evidently' Hie Heaiilight believes In
all tlii safely first sluir and. In Iho
old taylng that, "It a better to be
afo ttn sorry." Such a weak and
wishy-washy iwlley commands, con
Does tho Head lahl inisafne that
Messrs. Kerr nnd Vaught are going
to bo expelled from the domocrstlo
METALS EXFIHIATKsN CO.
turn wxvur vm
0. NVolser, president and general
manager of the MeloK Exploration
Oowpnyt who recfenlly pureHwed
the claim of the Mann tin ttrc. (
thU Treii Herman for a bk if
money ft quietly going ahead 'Win
iormulaled plsni for the devrlpfittg
oMlils immense body of low trtxir
ofu, A real mining eanw I growhsf
on use sha four eablsHi are mim
orecloil. On llm arotunt Ui a IwciiW
horsepower Wifrior, nno 67 air eosnij
pressor, and lh hoist Is phice.
Tho surface crew s wrrki rvrry
Vtt. Htt4c Cafef M, and t$M444i
47 RMMiS IF FMffMC
A4fcltlt? n i
CmM F.ver Hn4 In ttte
Tlianksglvlng afternoon at l'JO the
remodeled 2tth Infantry Arena will
be crowded wllh fight fans and they
will se four of tho bet conli'sls
ever carded in the southwest.
This carnival of boxing will be
under the auspice of tho Athletic
Hoard of Control, 2Mh Infantry, with
Lieutenant While in charge, rtilsi
rd by Marshall Jackson, manager of
teveral local boxer.
Jtckson' well known capabilities
a an advertiser assures a record
breaking crowd, especially when Ihe
card rcaus ror;y-iV'U Minids of
Main event HanMiUIIng Wrlshl
vs. Oorilla Jones of New Orleans- -20
round; count "em.
Special Clarence Kid Ross vs.
Opeedtall Hajilcn 15 rounds.
Bcml-fiiwl Bsllllng Dudley vs.
Baho Cahell-4) rmimlf.
Two Uiousand six hiindrexl lieliel
have been printed ami the town and
surrounding cities has been well
billed. General admiscion. $: re.
served sea 12 and ringside, .
Brlsg Hclno Bpoofcd.
C 11. Johnson, dean of the boxing
pastime In the southwest, is a vis
itor In tho city from Columbus, any
tho El Pao Herald. Mr. Johnson
iniend to go on to Hot Soring. N.
M to spend a hoxt llmo before rev,
turning home whero Speetlliall Hay
den and Hard-hitting Wright, mid
dleweight and welterweight cham
pions nf tho border are Iralnlng iiii-
dor his dlroction. Mr. Johnson is
particularly anxious to sen Wrlhl
in action here against Cyclone
Hrlg inasmuch as both men have
defeated Ilabo Cabell and both are
of tho clever fast stylo who pack a
hard punch and are capable of put
ting It over at any. stage Of llm con
Wright has dvclwcd a m-eel de!
during tha past six month mi it
one of thn best and fastest mm of
his weight in the worw. Wrlhl tod
sir bout on the coast on to wtm
five. Wright and Brtoj wM tssato
a splendid malefc 1st my opinion; sassy
I would like to seo It wst ovr m tto
semi-final to Uie Fosmr-Iwl f-
rair at me Punch Bowl U? i
Mr Joimson sh.
0. H, Jototen wm whm
tho El Paso aftortiiw e4ti, m,.
wrignt outciwse HrHat by a mMi
and (hen some, and then to!, tUf.
shall Jaekaesi to -amei4sitr te sey
at h.9 is nuHHwer er Wrstttt w wtdt
as tf6edew Mffl.
Denver, Colo, Nov, Ifc-Mf. A, L.
Taylor, Columbu, N, X.: prt
!on ha been g Wited Ivr Ooluwtuvs
to become m aeti 'krtk .wKtfe Uto
privilege of wrtiiwi dsrYctty
with the iUvi imm andie toa,
poseMlen of.itrt jtjmdjt. A8 vttm
His chairman tMm to 1tU
(wil. Bt wtto r th roll ntf.
' ' ' Hal brew.
iuwhttt KfH MC.-msd yjLi
8e( only U rt.
And tW tttooev will Iw
In Coumba lo,yo.lw attl
J- 0, Hariell (Pent.).
.i... i . T-
numiin ymti uriuai mmmg wm ne
Wh6 ire in rit4;
ji-(UKj HrcRiwcB iom talq;
eil wfc'Jim len lyii.