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County a --21
WM r . ' - 4
lasjiiaisiuiiiisauiiiii aasssaasawaasss a ii i m l.iiiii wnwai
MAKES 128 FT.
'Rrhkm W 11 lory Ejii(tr"ien4 Ihe
Crew WW M4c H to Ms)
Keel Every Hy.
LatH fcttrrrai In Ml Least AKtn
I .ait Tuesday Manager P. U
Manley of the Atwclus Oil Company
turned on the ltm from tho big
M-horse power boiler which ha
Men installed al the Angelus well,
out It of Myndus, to m used In con-
ncctlon with the rolary riff now In
uh In 'place or the standard lypo
of drilling outfit, ami he reports that
ISO feel was made the first day's
run, says the Doming Headlight A
temporary shutdown was then nee
cMry to replace to mo defective
boiler tubes and to make other
minor repairs ami a'djuslmcnls on
the drill, but drilling was resumed
In several hour, and If the progress
mndi) on thu Ural day' run Is In
dlcallva of what this type or drill
cau accomplish in that treacherous
sand formation. some definite re
sult may be anticipated In a mighty
With Ihe election safely out or
the way, Interest In our oil pol-
Dimlea la awakening and It Is ru
mord that several oilier concerns
will'bo In the flcld tiy the first of
'.the' year, If seems an undisputed
fact that nil underlies Luna county.
and it 1ml remains for a company
wun surrieicnt capital and persever
aneo to get tho.llrsl successful oil
Cm lilt In I-wm Valley Well,
noswell, N. M. Nov. I?. Oil en
thusiasm Is again a moving force in
eastern New Mexico. Hlg oil new
for the valley cornea from Dayton,
In Kddy county, where (ho Illinois
Producers, No, 2 has struck a strong
How of gas at a depth or 3000 feel.
Gas Is so strong that It may bo plain
ly seen as It comes out over the top
of the rasing.
'I o-prevent fires, nil fires hove
been removal hundred yard
Irom the welt and every precaution
aloug this lino U belmr taken.
Good progress is being mado at
the National Kxploratlon company
wall at Plcachu and Orchard Park
ami Ihe Umber are now on (ho
ground to rebuild the I-okn Arthur
well rig which waa destroyed by
fire last week.
Kansas-New Mox Oil' Company lifts
good showings In Its well seventeen
miles north or Arlrsia and tho pres
ent indications are that a number
or new rig will be operating In the
valley within sixty days,
SOMNAMBULIST SFJ.F SLAIN
WHH.K SLEEP WALKING
That Morris Van llouten, weallby
ranchman of Mora county, who shot
himself through thn heart at his
ranch near Shoemaker, V M, Nov,
12, took his own life while in n
nightmare. Is tho theory vouched
for by V. G. Ilayden of Las Vegas,
a fliMo friend, van HouKhlen Is do
clarcd to have been a chronic sleep
walker nnil (0 have risen from his
bed, secured a revolver and flreil Ihe
fatal flwl as o result or the Impres
slrtu nvide nn Jiis mind by a conver
sation wllh n woundeil ex-service
man on Ihe train on which he rc
turned from f)ejiver to bis home
the previous day. The soldier had
been wounded over tho heart find
opened his shirt ami showed Van
llouten tin trr, giving tt graphic
sceount or thrinddcnf. .
All of the 80 loacliers of Ilernalll
locounlywlll alUnd thn conven
tion .of tho N. M. K A. en masse,
It t announced by tho county su
perlntendenl. The schools w(ll dose
Prlday bfforo the convrntlon anil
will not open until after Thanks.
OfffeM hqw of Jam Cewly OM.UNMH WW MMMMi flttll
to co twmuTB wrm
Ac(tst emttHeratlen of eaakrn
tom-M. parties pawing through
Lordttburg, N. N, en route to Cal
ifornia and western points, number
5, according V Ely Martin, secre
lin, ,.r 11. n,..,i.... ,.f
Commerce; and mine, who returned
iiutii .rnwiirn v 11101 wmi
Douglas businwa men, who made
an .excursion to thai, elly yesterday
from ljiwoiint last night wllh o
to meet directors and officials of
tho Lordsbunr Chamlier of Com
to meet directors and officials ofl
merce ami oDiain co-operation or
Its business men in illverllnn tourist
traffic via the Hortterland highway
to Douglas, UlsUeo and Tombstone
instead of routing tho tourists over
tho northern route which Lords-
iiu iiurtiieni p,uio wiiicu ix)nn-
'burg and Deniing cltliens bavo been
Instructing Ihe tourlsU to travel.
As a result of llio Douglas delo-
'H I Ion's visit to the New Mexico
itlty, eight tourist parties visited the
local cuamner or commerce this a.
iiih who Mid they had been routed
from Lordtburg via Douglas and
were seeking Information as tho
hwil probablo route to travel wet
At the meeting Iielween Dotialas
and Uirilnburg representatives, It
was denied that Lnrdshurg had been
responnible for tho roullnir or Ihe
kravrlM-a via the route through the
northern part or tho slate. Uirtls
buiv eople promised Impartially
to give tourists relative rods eon.
ecruiiur holh routes and to (ell the
(ourisbi lliat the llonlerland high
way it the road via 1iukIss.
Will Krrrl Hlgnv.
Dotmlas ChamlHr or Cum
will Immediately erect largo signs
at Intersecting point along tho new
Mexico highways describing the
llorderlaild route and Ihe enternrU.
ng territory through which travel
ers will pass on (tin route through
Douglas and Tombstone,
The Dnnclss inrlv made Mm Irln
n antoinohllea to lnrdshunr in four
bdura. a dltA:fl.or."toO'mlle.
elaboralo dinner had been prepared
ny Ihe Lordsburg Cliamtier or Com
mercc representatives, which was
followed by a meeting of directors
or tho two chanilier, automobile
men and other aood roads boosters.
Wlllard K, llolt. secretan- of thn
Lonlsbunr chamln'r and editor or
ma i,ierl presided. President I.
Lackland or I lie chamber also at
tended and all nlno or Dm rvinnlai
delegation spoke as did an equal
minuter or Ilie JinUliurg citUens
MfXIIKM WILL IIAVK XFIIt
WITH fiOV. I.UH(H.0
M. C Mechcin. the cnvernor.KliwI
will visit tjuuln I'o some Hum before
ma accession, January i. when he
win pecomo governor, for an In
roniiRl conferenco with Governor
mrraioio, at tho retiring governor's
Governor iJirrsmlo. savs the
Santa Fo New Mexican, in Inviting
inn auno-seur lor lliu couiereuce,
to d llllll that several llilnim nmlir.
taken during his admluhtraton had
mum miring 111s aumuuiira 011 nail
his retirement and added Hint lm
wiMieii 10 Hive Dim all tho Informa
tion he possessed In C8rd Iherelo
Judgn Mechcm probably will come
in m iseccuiuer, as uovernor lar-l""
...II . . .. .
raiolo will bo conn durlnc the eirlv
pari or uiq month
, -ruoainr uio mosv imponani pari
if tho unfinished business is tho ro-
if Mm lllinillin.l 1,1,. In. I- Ik.
xrt of tho special mvrnuti rommiiu
r-... .,iU.nViai iiiuhuo mmiiiin.
Minn llnnilnil lift, !.. Tl...
. ; ,1 ""
vim ni iiniuuinjr iiui, no reauy "' aiuiu nuiifc uuiiga wero u.i-
Tor (wo wenkii atwl nliu. nr.irerenL
ror (wo week and sluuo tlio ex-
peel oil rerommendations renuli-e
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legislative action, obviously Oovcr-
the eommlss Ions work rarr wl to on
Al Mill' Hi. nnl In r..anl I...lenml I'm .nr." nr 'H 1 1. . I .lllof hlrl.ill.! Inn
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lie retlrfns governor calM l;c In-
coming governor Into conference In
reganl to buvinest passrd down
from his administration In Hie nexl.
SaiOOU CLOSKll TIIUtlfiDAY
AU41UM' m iiirniiirziti
oft.ft.ftj.i. ., fft..ftft.iift.,
ny oruer or 1110 iioani or r.iuca-
Hon tho public schools of Columbus
order of (ho Hoard of Educa-
closed Thursday afternoon 011 nc
count of the preseuco or ulplillier
In (his city. Wheljier llio schools
hi 1111 tuy. ni'iiirr wiu eiiimiiii- r" ....ftini fi.,-i in ,
open Monday is n question to lm ibu'WO In (he vault where I rtpertcd tot . "f8" will Jlkely return to Co
'cltlvsl by the heallh olTiffr and tlio.n nothing. I li , ? !ln5f- npPsllors are
Iward. A( pnvcntlhey nro awaiting! "Tlll(i8 m.l IIAVK MKKN Iw'oiiwooU lo rwpen
dovcloomenls. 'AUIIVNGEU HAD oHKENWOOU m b,'k. ' ' 4
THE STATE BWiSTARR TO HANG
rrrwnt mMelktM Hm4 U
Om-auood WIN Hewimei ,tte.sl
amlnrr Hem! Kemrrt,'i,
stkwkxs mi ntwmm m m mt ux
AfKtiwtHent or IM lrr O-irt Vohw
i.rtlv auki L MutkhulAnV,
tarHy H4e at (MoeilieWerVi
Jame.4 U flmtivitMd, mtsI-
dent ot the Cohinibua- fHMc
orni or IM tminmim- mc
Bank, In an Intenlsw nMM the
editor or Uw (iotumbiM tiawrirr
rdHor or U10 ColumbiM tVMrtn
staled lor puhllrntlou thai at
uic morttiioiiirra inrruuu lunr j
day MflrrnoHi thn MocMiohtrr M
iim voiununiy iwrwuii uicm
rlvn 100 ixr rent upon their
. holdings of record, -which means
While adinltllna that Ihe re
psynirut or rr4wtloo of loanq
waa aomewhat shnv, (hat itwter
cxlMlnu rondltloiM they were
MutUfarliw)'. Hank Kvamlner
Heml, In I1I1 report to Ihe nork
holders muarknl that only a
wry mwiII per rent ot the lowts
mohM prove atul linww.
Mr. nrremveed atated he wmt
cenJMriH Uwi Ihm wtntM be
red wed In Vrt lime a
point which would permit the
COLUMBUS STATU RANK T9
WES ITS IHMHtfi AMI liK.
nuu.-u m no uii eooHiieiit t
the irtnrkAeWfr.s' ansessment
wnild be returned to lh'rn art
er (he opening or Ihe bank.
From other newa channels tho
Courier learn the bank examiner
unbosomed himself to tho extent or
a few perllneni remarks which had
lo do with the causes leading up
lo the closing or Ihe bank.
As regards Mr. Greenwood, Mr,
llead praised hi rare Judgment
and action, hut regretted- the fact
that ho had not wired him as, (he
present condition or the bank
proves, In his opinion tho bank
WOULD NEVER HAVE IIKEN
From Ihe El I'uso Herald.
DEPOSITOIIH IN CLOSED
HANK AUK UNAL.Ml.MED
Confldcuco seldom expressed by
a largo number of persons In one
man has been shown by the hund
reds or persons at Columbus, N. M
In J. I Greenwood, president or the
Columbus Hlnlo Hank, which railed
to open last week, according to J. II.
Head stale hank exnmln-r or New
looking lulu the affaire or the bank
since it closed Its doors.
Head is In El Paso. He left A. J
""Id, PMial deputy bank exam-1
"' " ",c iwrn anil sain
Ml. ..n,lll.... It.- ft I. J
thn condition or tho bank Is good,
"Usually when a bank falls, or
. " -" ,
-i"ii-i ii.iii iii, sniu iieau, "i no
peopla do not reel kindly toward
tho directors or tho bank or It
tho dlreelnrii nf llm l.m.l- . n.
-... ... u urn
I tiriHriiliinl 1ml In Hi. mil. nf Ik. p..
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.viiuiiuri vaiiiv iu inn uaiiK auer i
it was closed and quietly asked for
uiuiifty, ph. man Mini. i uri
lolii ilmv rmii.i .. n..i n n.....
1 , i ii ,, i 1 , '
Vllrlnlilv riiill.i.. W.,II I'll ...1 il I
1 , ' ",' , " '. V ""llio hud not been ariue.1 and had of-
,,i ,ft. - ft.uii vim." iuiri, wuore
later. Mr. Orecnwnod will nuke it Ml has Just Ik'oii dismissed for want
" "ft.". un Bui
rigm. r knmv Mr Oreenn and
when things got stral(hlened out he
will pay me."
Kh.hiiIii.t lii.n.l ..1,1 in r i n...
" , ,
examiner Head said ho found tho
condition or the bank when ho nr
rived there much halter Ihan h
Tim lUiM. ,.... ...
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muin lUry asscssnifni."
"", v". nTKinnnrrs
I round IC-
"One ktriklim Ihlna
Inllmilk'H clnkiuii," Read
Hint illicit I no' there
ay, jvovemm it- mm.
Conviction ot Luna County Shrrtr
Muntenrnr WW Stsndt NrktnWl
n.i. a l.
Uary at Santa Fe.
Sculenee SuMended 011 Account of
I. Addcs! Iik l.u Cnieen
Trial In 1916.
Washlngtoa Nov. ts-Convlciion
lor Jesse O. Starr and Charles M.I
Ischmiot in Luna County. New Mex-
or Jesse O. Starr and Charles H.tlnM' w'o formerly lived in
Ico, on charges of. murder in eon
heel 1011 with (ha killing or Sheriff
Dwlglil II. Stephens, will aland as
a result of the supreme court to
day dismissing the appeal for want
The case of J. 0. Starr and Chas.
Schmidt arew out or a Ii.il delivery
at Demlng nnd the killing or Dwight
11. Piepiictis, siierlu or Lima county,
when tlm sheriffs popso located thn
iMicniH'd prisoners In Dona Ana
jcuunly. Tho case was originally
Irhxl ttcfore Judgo K. L. Medlcr or
Ijis Cruces, beginning on March 13,
IfrlO. and was rninnletml with a ver.
wuiii.1, win marraiK. cciimiiii,
The- former was found guilty organizations Jbal were engaged In
flrst degree murder and Ihe lalterUeirare work durln the
Ot second decree murder. Rlarr
Va, senlcce-l to hang and Schmidt
i .. I.. y"i l nmn yrn m '
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lm I'litcrru 1110 past jour ami onc-
Starr and Schmidt were lodred
in the Luna county Jail wllh other
prisoners named Amnio, Cranston
und Dashley. Emry Taylor was Jail
guard. He testified at Ihe Las Cru
ces trial that on the morning of
reuruary SO, 1910, Slarr had scitcd
him and Dinned him acalnil Hie
wall and Sehmidl took his gun away
from him. Taylor was locked In
Jail. Schmidt phoned for a service
car, ostensibly lo tako Ihe prisoners
lo Mlmbres. When tho car arrived
Ihe driver was locked In Jail and
the Ihe prisoners droe mnv.
A posxo lead by Sheriff Stenhens
and a man mimed Kelly overtook
tha bandits In Dona Ana county and
Kelly started shooting and Slarr
was shot Mow the knee. RliorllT
Stephens was mortally woundeil. It.
n. Bevier or Demlng wan shot but
not killed. Ho reigned mortal
wounds and later was able to crawl
away. During (he shooting Crans
ton was approached and shot dead
by a member or the imssc, although
iiu mm not pecu armed and had of
mat Kiarr had shot Stephen nnd
that be In turn 1ml lu.i...l.,.l i.u
James Talwr, city marshal of Dent
in tho trial, counsel fnr llm iln.
rendanla objected to 8larr being
tried, as ho was suffering from his
u iru, as 1 o was SUirer ns from Ii
wounded leg. Judgo Meiller over-
mlml tlm nhiviinn ....1 ui. .....
Ihmilnlit liiln iii.i ... . .U.. i
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I . .. ' " ",,r" "lr 1,1
uiy. ncnmmi, acosu and Star
lesuiy. Hciunidl, AcosU and Starr
wcro incil. Dashley was not aniire
trBiinon was uead
was louuil no I Klllltv. Th
caao was appealed to the stale su-
i m wuiirj wnrro inn lower court
lu - .n.inin...i n . ... ... .
In i i i ' " "'
tin Iiui Ulnl.. O...... . 1 ...1. ...
t wa freely slated during the
HllgaUon that "Starr" was merely
an assumed name and that the U.y
SentenerH in !....,... . . .
- -""""'" inai ine iKiy. "-. i'iir-ii in ine captains I oril
'""'iced to hangjis a member of a Ml Monday for Old Mcxloo via the
;, "-" imiuiiur 01 a
prominent ram v tnn 1. ..1.1 ...
nave, been forthcbmlng rrom that
Inniirvn 1,. Ia..., 11...
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tI?,.,6 STOCKH(H.I)KHS Nfi-
'il-lf ,T' m ,n,: HANK E:h
WJHJLW H.VK HAD IV
rtead'wlll HknW nin,. 1. ..
Official Paper of Lm County
MLYKtl OTV ADMITS
LOW CE.VSCI8 FttiVmS
m: PHOHAKLV HK3HT
Rllver Cilr. N. M. Nov 11-Tah.
Illation, of the Silver Cily ccirnU by
leacners anu pupns 01 uie normal
school has been virtually completed.
TI10 count Indicates (hat (he popu
lation has so shifted that the count
made was not far from accurate.
The official census report, as fin
ally announced, gave Pllver CiL
Cfla Normal sehevil eonnl o.vVt
The olTlcial census report, as fln-
mi m.u.. i h,. .r
ty-nlno different addresses where
enumerators found iioIhmIv at home
and two addresses where rerun!
was made (0 give Information.
Decrease In population since 1010
seems iuexplalnnbte. since (here
ro fl wnni ,0Mse In town and
many new structures have been
LnwiMt ilnHns 11. a ,,..1 in
are no vacant hnues In town and
erected during the past ten years.
It is suggested, however, that tho
rloslnr down or Ihe smeller and
nllmr lmll.. I... .......I n..
removal or many Hnanish-Amerlcan
"nnura, woo jormc
MCMOfttAL KF.HCK AT CAMP.
A gold-star memorial service una
held al the 21th Infantry Bervlc
ciun eunusy morning In honor or
lh men or the regiment who made
tho sunreme sarrinee In llm nrM
war. Miss llnby ft. Craig, hnsless or
mo regiment, wliu arranged the pro
gram, presided, The Sllh Infantry
band, led by Ilandlearirr Givon rn.
dered Utar-Spansled llanncr" and
.Marseillaise- during tho exercises.
Tho Victory Quintette, composvl or
Privates Price, Johnson, Polndcxlcr,
McCray and Tyler, sing Jralefnl O
Lord Am I." Mra. Frederick Lee
gave a inexxo-soprang solo, "Good-
oyo weel Bay," and Private Tyler
aang "The llOllarv. Ttin v.rlm,.
I r-n-....i...i . ..7 .... .
Inrantry. The Memorial oddc.
world War Heroes," was delivered
.. uu MmrHDII.
JEANNE GORDON SPnOAT DIES
Mr. and Mrs. Walter It Bproafs
baby girl, Jeanne Sproat, aged It
mouths 24 days, died Monday noon
alter an Illness or three weeks rrom
pneumonia, al the parents' residence
iu the East End.
Funeral services were held at the
family residence Wnlniftuliiv mim
ing at II, and were largely attend
ed, Father Holder. Episcopal rec
tor or Demlng, officiated, and Fa
ther Van Ooethem delivered a beau
tiful (rlbuie. prayer and benediction
at 1110 grnvn in (ho local cemetery.
Mr. and Mrs. Hum! iv. 11...
sympathy of (ho entire community.
STATE WILL DESTROY LIO.UOH
Sixteen quarts of tequila and one
quart or solol, said In have been
taken rrom Angel Florea and Pandlo
Para, along with enough dago red
and other booio lo Host a lulilo.iiin
and which was selied in other coun.
lies or tho stale will be dejtroyed
by order or the United Slate court
on Monday. Iieal miilmrin.. ....
the reason boose Is destroyed in this
winter nine is in order to prevent
tho llttlo duties and and Insects
from becomhnr Intnilmil n,i k..
SANDS CASK UP FOR HEARING,
Tho suits or W. P, Sands, tele.
graph operator E. I. 4 8. W. and
I ,m a,ii,mv r,.i. ...i.,.i ...
.IHiiiI. V. 11. n.
... i m
1 '""i"" "iinjaiij' mr
""'y thousands or dollars, will be
w 1 o vii is coming wecic
1 "iuy nanus is suing ior injuries
rcceivwi wnus a nassensep nn nn
ftf Iho company's trains running In
' n w. i". nanus is su ng
fur i,...n.i . , ., .
I V, ","" 'I'viwca aini incuicai
IllSnCIl IVIl milftWit' .......
,.,,, iriL.rrv.i iv SirULlI
Captain ilanh of the 2tlh InHntry
" Zno M. John-on Parlor DruB
Slore, departed in (he 'captaln'a Font
Il..i u.,i... r.. ,i., . . . ..
.""o, iur uiii WCXIOO VIS UIO
lVesh nir ni.j i-..i. 1...1 . .
"n'1 rifle nnd their objective, point
.Ii. lm ...ii ... , . 7 .' . '
"" miuwi anu into 1 lie
oierra waaro ninnntaliw for wild
"""i mil uo coiiinniei wun
Hon, bears, dcei-s and turkeys. Mr.
Johnson will bring lack a i'ro of
parrot for tho cigar cOunlor,
Will Klein and family, in Ihelr
Id, i"wivu 10 ui urucc Vlun-
Unele Sam FiaraMieii MM Tomi
ol Gobbler ror Fort fttlsit ami
Hila District, Cranberries
Change In Topnotehera Wwkm to
Injury lo WrJtht; Haydeu-ionea
and Kid How-Eddie Johnson.
Thanksclvlnr makes Ha veselv an-
nearanen nnxt tmir nrt l!nla Snm
and the mess sergeants of the 'Jllli
Infantry. Camn Fur one. are makimr
aiiqilo provision for tlie big" dlmier
Turkies have been annorlionnl
from Fort Illtsa as follows:
Columbus -.SIM pounds
Marra 13.10 Mund
Nngales 11) pounds
Douglas ... .IKU) pounds
Fort Huachura ... icro Kmdi
Fort Wlngatc , Impounds
. Hoxlng Canilinl In Arrna.
Lieutenant Wlillr lm, M.vtl r,.
pelled to do some sbiriliiK with his
boxers on account of IiiImi-i. re
ceived by llardhittlns Wright iu his
recent boul wl h Jack ibihlii-nn,
ramous Kldle Jolmu will lurkle
Kid rtosa in Ihe special, while o,.r.
ilia Jonea and flneslh.ili n,-.i... ..
bo in. die main event.
At present it looks like the rurd
-will read: - -
epeedbaU-Jiayden vs. Oorllla Jones.
Kid Itoss v. Eddie Johtfon.
Dudley vs. DaJie Cabell.
8mltJi vs. Thompson.
That the rti.nr.. ...Ill 1.. .. .
M tho original carding Is conceded
w . ..... uu iiibi every one who
can gel oway will be at the riiuhddo
tnT ' 11,0 5,111 ,,,ran,rf '"'"
, - "-'" "", n iirummer
has iironiltiil "1,1,.,
- - (jpuii inn
Irtim even- Mmi.i . i.t i...... ,
hi... . " 'is III
lllio forty-seven nninds or flghtliig.
aXI.VHS LK.K FROM WITHIN.
Tom llulsey has moved fnlo tho
City or Culiimlm. .riA. 11. . ..
summer at his country home m the
hla Cily reiidiftnen hn ... 1. 1
mmark: Funny world. lni iit u...
use.1 fo build cellars to keep them
rrom leaking In and now wo build
them to keep from leaking out,"
SOME CIRCULATION, EH? WHAT?
J. W. Iircwstcr, who al one limo
Was fi malt clerk In the Columbus
iHisioiiice, writes rrom Brussels,
llclglum, that ho recently aaw a
copy or tho Columbus Courier in
Cologne. Germany. Some circula
TOO OOl J) TO CO m'HHWNGL
Annelle Kcljerman doesn't think
SO. In fad ihll RIM I-
any old weather, even In a aaad
storm and she Is going fa, 'cauio the
Kater a tnt, Sunday at (he Colum-
us iiicaii'r. uon i rnlsi L
OUGHT TO PUT HIM TO WOWf.
"m gooa are irom wouJrfu
himlm a I ih. n.... .,. .
. , - : - "v in your
huvband liatnt ben wvrk'ng forftats
inniilli." 1 i...i ftj.. . . .J
litn Lctxiw one.WJbCbHvfet
hposiiprs in the. "-i.untim Wale
HanUIO.tW)0. Jut (W.prlf?. of
one f his diamond neek!cw,
ti ran. ikt tlX-t
Watches, ehnln. 1..11
buckles, pens, ciurelU case, riaM.
run lint. .Ii.l. ii .
...ft.u-jnU. Hup (K)W