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ALBUaUERaUE EVENING CITIZEN
. RUSSIA'S VIEW
Ravages of Revolutionists
Continue to Increase
GOVERNMENT IS HELPLESS
General Strike Tomorrow
. Will Tie Up All Kinds
IMPERIAL FOUKS DOWN TO 76
St. Petersburg, Dec. 20. The proc
lamation fur a general strike for to
morrow, at noon, waa greeted by the
most IntOHSo excitement. It It can De
successfully begun ami maintained,
the revolutionists are confident tuat
it will break the government's back.
In government circles, however, con
fidence is expressed that the proletariat
organizations cannot effect a com
plete lie-up, and that the strike must
tie of short duration.
This hope seems to be based on the
theory that the extreme program of
1 ho reds has alienated the sympathy
ol a large proportion of real woik
nien, and also upon what they claim
lo be absolute knowledge that the or
ganizations are without funds.
The government's calculations, how
ever, have proved deplorably at var
iance with the true situation in the
past and the strike leaders declare
the government is again hopelessly
ignorant of the magnitude of the
struggle confronting It.
From the nature of the appeal of
the leaders to the troops it is evident
that they expect to precipitate a crisis
in the army.
The central committee proposes to
stop all work In the empire, not only
the railroads, but manufactories, the
wholesale and retail stores, and all
government work except waterworks.
Bakeries in the cities will be allowed
to run unless they raise" the price of
The police are hunting down and
arresting the strike leaders as rapidly
as they can be found. Comparatively
few captures have been made, how
ever. ANARCHY REIGNS IN
St. Petersburg, Dec. 20. On account
of some confusion, the general stride
was proclaimed at Moscow at noon
today, instead of tomorrow. The gov
ernment enters on the new struggle
The situation In the Baltic pro
vinces Is growing steadily worse, and
in the Caucasus a renewal of the out
break of Tartars and Armenians has
produced another reign of terror.
At Sehastopol, new mutinies have
occurred and l.bOO soldiers have been
disarmed and are under guard. The
troops at Kbarkoff have revolted and
the Inhabitants are still administering
ihe city's affairs.
Tne weather has become very cold.
Deep snow covers the Country us far
couth as Kietf. It is believed that a
lew days of huuger and starvation will
t iisily drive the people to desperation
and provoke uprisings in which at
tacks on the strikers will be made
und perhapB a general pillage take
AFFAIRS AT RIGA.
St. Petersburg, Dec. 20. A consul
of a continental power, who arrived
here this morning from Riga, on a
train heavily guarded by troops, says
that throughout tne district eAitful.ng
twenty miles on this side of Riga, the
land has been laid waste and all
buildings belonging to landlords have
been burned to the ground, me sit
uution in Courtland, the consul says.
Is even worse.
At Riga the garrison is too small
lo attempt to wrest the power from
the hands of the workmen, who have
organized a police force and are ad
ministering the affairs of the city.
The city is terror-stricken, but cora-
paratively quiet. Killings take place
laily, but the workmen's militia is
.successfully preventing pillaging,
showing no mercy to rowdies, several
of whom have been hanged.
COUNT WITTE WILL
RETIRE SAYS REPORT.
St. Petersburg, Dec. 20. There was
a very panicky feeling on the Ilourse
oday and a great rush was made to
sail everything. Imperial fours fell
hree points, closing at 76. There
were rumors on the Hours that M.
Gulchkoff, conservative leader, will
succeed Count Witte as premier.
A QUEER FIRE ON
MAN ALIGHTING FROM CAR, HAS
COAT BURNED FROM HIS BACK
IN CROWDED STREET.
An amusing but rather dangerous
incident occurred at the coruer of
:lailroad avenue and Second street
ibout 8 o'clock last evening. A Mex-
an alighted dexterously from a car
arriving from Old Albuquerque.
Shortly after b reached the ground,
".'eople near him were attracted by
moke which came In great volume
from his coat-sleeves and from arounu
his eck. The n:itive himself was
ry surprised at the smoke, and be
san U antic queerly about the s'reet.
Within a few minute flames burst
-rih tirouch the back of hU coat.
hieh Virt man frantically at'empte l
r.j remrk e. So excited was he that
i, fers-V bow to remove his own
. .,it ui),r t.i 111. n l-n,! tr he!:i him.
Th- r(JPA Vas finally renoved. and the j
Vive es imd more frlghtene-1 than,
hurt. On Vein questioned, the man j
,ved th:r ho l ad a box of ma'cVes
ii h's pmIi, und that the fii, :ier.
. .. i f"! bv V.I- lumping ift the c.ir :
.,. aMv i- nut-1 item. 1
ALHUQUEKUUE. NEW MEXICO,
RESCUED AT LAST
Found in Desperate Condi
tion by the Search
NO FOOD NOR GASOLINE
Searchers Attracted by Smoke.
Body of Logger Also
Flagstaff. Ariz., Dec. 20. The
searching party which left here yes
terday afternoon to locate the lost
trans-ccntinental automobilla!t.s, Ilerry
Megargell and David F. Fassett, found
them late last night in a desperate
condition, snowed in, without food or
gasoline, and thirteen wiles from
Iioth men had suffered from cold,
hut managed to save themselves from
being frozen to death ly the use of
gasoline with which they ktp' a fire.
It as smoke from, this fire that led
the rescuers to the spot.
'While hunting for the autoniobil
ists, the searching party found the
body of a logger named Thomas
Smith, who had been lost two days.
DARBY A. DAY WILL
LFAVI: THE CITY
AND, AS MATTERS NOW STAND,
TAKE UP HIS HEADQUARTERS
AND RESIDENCE IN EL PASO.
Darby A. Day, the popular south
western manager of the Mutual I.ifb
Insurance company, informed The
Citizen this afternoon that his terri
tory has been enlarged by the com
pany ordering western Texas to his
jurisdiction, which now takes in a
larger area than any other agency of
the company in the United States, and
now comprises western Texas, New
Mexico and a large portion of Okla
homa. The addition carries with it
an increase in Balary, and, as Mr. Day
slated, "If I can secure suitable of
fices and a better distributive point.
El 1'aso, In a very short time, will be
my headquarters and home. 1 am
going to the Pass City tonight, and
on my return to this city, after my
report has been sent to the home of
fice, the matter of location will then
be fully decided upon."
Mr. Day has been located in Albu
querque for the past four years, and
is considered one of this city's pro
gressive. wideawake citizens. He
has just completed, at a great cost,
one cf the hand.-omct residences in
the city, ami it will be a pity to leave
it, especially as Mr. and Mrs. Day
have only occupied their new home
the past few months.
Many friends here Join The Citizen
In hoping that Mr. Day will not find
"suitable offices" in El 1'aso, and
therefore, will be forced 1o remain in
Albuquerque. If this is not the case.
The Citizen wishes them health,
happiness and wealth In El Paso.
CONVICTS ASSISTED IN
WORK OF RESCUE.
New York, Dec. 20 fire in tne
v (nan's quarter on HlacUwell llnnd
cHii-w! much excitement at an earlv
li Mir this fmirning. The men ronvien
were turned loose and af'( r a hard
fil t acainst the flr all the female
convicts wcie rescued by them. The
fire w;is confined to the departmn in
ui.icn it originated.
UNDER THE MISTLETOE
T. R.: "NOW GET BUSY."
VIGIL ASKS FOR
A NEW TRIAL
Chiliii Land Grant Case is
Decided in Favor of
WAGONER CASE GOES TO JURY
Men Deliberate on Right of Pol ce
man to Club Giiego
! The case of the territory against
! William Wagner, of the city police
I force, which went to trial yesterday
afternoon, was given to the Jury at 3
o'clock this afternoon.
Wagner was charged with assault
! upon one Oriego Romero, who Wagner
! attempted to arrest near the Mountain
! road last May. The prosecution
! claimed that Wagner clubbed Itoiuero
! anil ul.nt at him. with int Cllt. to kill.
The prosecution also contended that
Wugner had not authority to arrest
Uo-mio, as the offense for which the
tnifcyt w.-.s made was not. committed
in the presence of the ollicer. It de
veloped, however, that Koruero was
tried in police court for being drunk
and disorderly while iu custody re
F.ultlng from the arrest.
VIGIL FOUND GUILTY
The jury yesterday found Eslavio
Vigil entity of assault on the person
of Abian Dimas. Cbilders and Hea
cock, attorneys for Vigil, Immediately
gave notice that they would file a
motion for a new trlHl. It is under
stood that the prosecuting witness Is
also dissatisfied with the verdict of the
I Jury, claiming that the assault was
I made with Intent to kill.
COURT DECIDES IN FAVOR OF
j M'INTOSH IN LAND GRANT CASE
I William Mcintosh was awarded a
i verdict yesterday over Kugenio fto
1 mere, iu the Chiliii hind giant case,
! which haE off und on occupied the at
tention tt the Second district couit
for a period of several years. This
was a case where the title of land on
the Chiliii grant was in question as
the result of the vague and uncertain
boundaries of the grant, and more
Spanish documents were produced as
evidence iu It than has hetm brought
into the Second district court in many
years. In his decision in the caso
Judge Abbott made permanent an in
junction prohibiting Romero from cut
ting timber off the land In question.
New York Money Market.
X' voik, Dee. 20. Money on call,
f. Ti In per cent; prime mercantile
paper, .rj '-a f I per eeut. Silver, S'.t'aC.
THAT HE FILED PAPERS AGAINST
REAPPOINTMENT OF CHIEF JUS
TICE MILLS. I
Special to TI..- Citizen.
Omaha. Neb . Dec. 2'). The
statement by your Washington 4
(i! r Smiilciit to tti- ctf'-et thai
I j i (fit red charges or jisited
in the j-.mie aKains-t J n 1 M:Ls,
Is falre in ew ry particular. There
4 v. as no excuse for sue'ti a mis-
take. Please i iiljlich mv state-
tnent P.F.XJ. S. HAKKK.
WEDNESDAY EVENING. DECHMISEIt
JUSTICE GETS FEW
OF THE EVIL DOERS
Imboden and Hill the Bank
Wreckers Are Found
' Guilty. - ;"
For Conspiracy in the Divorce Case
of Dodge-Morse and is
Denver, Dec. 20. Leonard Imboden
and James A. Hill, charged with
wrecking the Denver Savings bank,
were found guilty on four counts by
the Jury last night. All the counts
accused them of embezzlement and
conspiracy. The penalty Is from one
to ten years. The motion for a new
trial will le argued tomorrow.
WILY LAWYER COULD
NOT ESCAPE THE LAW.
New York, Dec. 20. Abraham Hum
mell, the lawyer who had been on trial
on the charge of conspiracy to have
the divorce of Mrs. C. W. Morse from
Charles F. Dodge declared void in or
der to nullify her marriage with
Morse, was found guilty today. Jus
lice Rogers sentenced him to otio year
imprisonment In the penitentiary and
a fine of $300. This is the maximum
OFFICIAL ON THE SLAB.
New York, Dec. 20. When John
Tattbck. president of the Washing
ton Life Insurance company, appear
ed before the Armstrong committee
today, he was accompanied by Paul
t-tatemeut of legal fees for ten years
was presented by the company. Tatt
lock Bald that he could find no records
j of payments to Andrew Hamilton nor
i Andrew C. Fields, nor any payment
' for legislative purposes.
ANOTHER WOMAN IS
HANGED FOR MURDER
Dlgby, N. A.. Dec. 2c Mrs. Hope
Young, who has been found guilty of
the murder of Minnie Alice Ward
Young, was executed by banging this
morning at the town prison. Minnie
Alice Ward Young, the 6-year-old
ward of Mrs. Young, was found dead
in the woods near this town on June
18th, bound and Ragged A short dis
tance away was Mrs. Young's 18-months-old
daughter, lClma, tied hand
and foot, and barely alive. Hoods
had beeu sewed tightly over the
mouths of both, but in her struggles
the baby freed herself and escaped
suffocation. The children had been
missing for twenty-four hours when
the search was instituted. Mrs.
Yoiin,; went with the seirchers, and
after the belies wero f hiii.I a m;
gathered and threatened to lynch Ik r.
She Stoutly asserted hr innocence,
and maintained this ass.itidtl to tlm
very last. The body of t d. ad child
3i in a shocking condition I's
wrists and hands wero mere hones
covered with skin and Its face was
drawn and wasted. There was every
Powers Are Sending Both
Soldiers and Ships
PORTE IS A IN HOT WATER
Armenians Attack Moham
medans Regardless of Race
BELGUM REQUIRES JORGIS
Washington, 1"). C, Iee. 20. The
state department has received a ca
blegram from Shanghai announcing
the arrival there last evening of mar
Ineg from the cruiser Ualtimore. The
department's' advices of this morning
are to the effect that the llritisu were
preparing for a large demonstration
by both army and navy, (lerman, Jap
anese and American cruisers are on
the way to Shanghai. Quiet prevail
ed yesterday, but only because an
armed force is controlling the city.
The Chinese authorities were trying
to effect a compromise, but demanded
the removal of the llritlsh assessor, I
which was refused. I
As understood here, the trouble I
arose from the action of the British i
assessor levying a tax upon the Chl-j
nose residents of the foreign settle-1
mont. The mixed court Is a curious
body, made up of Chinese magistrates
who hold Bit tings on every week day.
On two days an American official from
the consulate general, sits with him In
the capacity of assessor; on two days
a similar German ofllelal sits, and on
the remaining two days a Uritlsh rep
resentative. This court has jurlscMc
tlou over all licenses and tnxes paya
ble by the Chinese in the foreign set
tlement of Shanghai.
For a long time the Chinese have
been trying to reduce the authority of
the mixed court, and it Is Inferred
that the present trouble has arisen
from the association. Jurisdiction by
the British over some Chinese mer
chants. RELIGIOUS WAR MADE
ON THE MUSSULMANS.
Constantinople, Dec. 20. The mas
sacre of Mumtilmans by Armenians
waa still in progress at Tiflis and
throughout Caucasia, December 18.
according to a dispatch from Tlflls of
that date. Mohammedans are being
Unlsd downllke deer, no distinction
being made between Persians, Tartars,
or Ottomans. About 2,000 Mussulman
families of Tlflls had sought refuge
in the neighboring villages'. Cossacks
and other troops continue to plunder
the houses of Mussulmans at Ihitoum.
DEMANDS JORGIS CUSTODY.
Constantinople, Doc. 20. The Bel
gan legation has demanded that Ed
ward Jorgis be handed over to the
Belgian consular authorities for trial
in accordance with the treaty of 1838.
The porte objects to this and trouble
is anticipated. Jorgis Is a Belgian
subject who with three others is
charged with participation In an at
tempt to assassinate the Biiltan last
July and who were sentenced to death
on December 18 by a native court.
SEAT ON STOCK EXCHANGE
BRINGS HIGH PRICE.
New York, Dec. 20. A sat on the
stock exchange waa sold today for
$',t(i.oil0, the highest price on record.
READY FOR uREAT MILL
San Francisco. Cal., Dee. 21'. Rob
ert Fltzslnimoiis and Philadelphia
Jack" O Urien will meet in Wood
ward's Pavilion tonight to fight for
the heavyweight championship of the j
world. It promises to be one of the ;
most Interesting fights ever pulled off
here for many years, and lovers of
boxing have come here from all parts ,
of the country to witness the great,
battle. The question whether Fii- '
Simmons can defeat the younger man
Is an open one, and all sportdom Is
evidence of lack of nourishment. At
t lint time, Mrs. Young-, who was about
2S years old, was the housekeeper
for a lalKJier. She said her husband
was Fred Young, a lawyer of Boston,
who died more than a year ago. The
mother of the dead child was dead
Mrs. Young was a native of Tusket,
N. S. At the age of 13 she weut to
lioston, and worked In a factory. Ac
cording to her sister, Mrs. Kate 11 rod -Is,
of Charlestowu, Mass., Hope went
to live with a man in Boston, as his
housekeeper. One day he brought
Minnie Ward to her and told her Hhe
must take care o( her. He said
was bis child by a divorced wife. Ac
cording to Mrs. Hrodis, this man tired
of her sister, and she retutni t"
Nova Scotia. At the time of her ar
rest Mrs. Young .said that Flmer
Young, a Justice of th. peace of Bos
ton, was the guardian of the mur
d( ie I child, an t l ad s( I t money for
her supisirt. The mystery surround
ing the parentage of the two children
has never been satisfactorily solved.
FIRE FIEND IS
Immense Railroad Ter
minal Buildings Al
most Total Loss.
MANY BURNED OR MISSING
Washington Suffers From De
vouring Flames Which
BUT NOT DESTROY HUMAN LIFE
New York, Dec. 20. A fire today
destroyed fully half of the immense
railroad terminal buildings at the foot
of West Twenty-third street on the
Hudson river. The loss is estimated
The ferry boats 'were crowded and
hundreds of passengers were unload
ing at the terminals when a series of
explosions were heard and immediate
ly dense smoke filled the great build
iugs, followed quickly by the dames.
lireat alarm prevailed when the fer
ry boats, despite the flames, kopt land
ing passengers from New Jersey at
the portions of the dock not on lire.
Several employes of the railroads were
severely burned nnd five men. are re
ported missing njnce the fire Is under
The new ferry houses of the Dela
ware & Uickawanna and too Western
Jersey railroads were almost total
losses. The fire started in the paint
shop in the Lackawanna building,
presumably from defective electric
WOMEN CARRIED DOWN
LADDERS BY THE POLICE.
Washington, D. C., Dec. 20. Wash
ington was, early this mornlrtR, visited
by two tires entailing a total loss of
$100,000. At one of them four women
were carried down ladders by he po
lice. The first fire was in the build
InTr of the J. J. Juelg Tlano company.
The flames were soon under control,
but later they extended to the base
ment and the second and third floors
of Muddiam & Co., gas dxtures, ad
Joining, damaging the building and
stock considerable. It was in flie
first named building that the women
were rescued. The second fire start
ed dn the agricultural lmprement es
tablishment of P. M. Haskell & Co.,
in ttye heat of the commission dis
trict and damaged several buildings.
HONEYMOON AT OR i
ABOUT NORTH POLE
Cincinnati, O., Dec. 20. Max
Fleischmann, a brother of Mayor
Julius Fleischmann, and Miss Sher
lock of this city, were married today
in the presence of a large number
of their friends. The couple will have
one of the most peculiar and Interest
ing wedding trips ever enjoyed by a
bridal couple. -Mr. Fleischmann has
chartered the Norwegian vessel
"Laura" and haa engaged an experi
enced crew, that has twice Balled "n
Arctic waters, and, accompanied by
his bride, will cruise In the Arctic
sea, trying to get as near the North
Pole as possible.
IN MEMORY OF THE
RECENTLY DEAD MAYOR.
Tloston. Mass., Dec. 20. The me
morial exercises in honor of the late
Mayor Collins will ba held in Tre
mont Temple this evening. Several
prominent speakers will address the
meeting and there will also be music
discussing it, with the majority on the
negative Bide of the proposition.
Fitzslmmons is ii years old, and
O'Brien Is 27. O'Brien is a better
boxer than Fitzslmmons, but bus not
the punching ability of the Cornish
num. Both men are ring generals.
Kuch has fought more than 100 bat
tles Their Judgment Is tempered by
experience. O'Brien Is confident,
resting on his laurels of the victory
over Al Kaufman, the hard hitting
protege of Billy Delauey. He recalls
the sorry exhibition Fitz presented
two years ago when he fought George
Gardner In San Francisco. Hut Fitz
Is In better condition Ibun he was
when he met Gardner. He has lived
an exemplary life, and he can take
punishment as well as administer it
The last tbne Fitz and O'Brien nut
iu Philadelphia .O Brlen cut l it it into
ribbons lor ihree rounds, and then the
Cornishniitu drew himself together,
and was wearing the I'hihulclphian
down, when the police interfered and
stopped the fight at the end of the
sixth round. Fitz had be. u in in
ferior condition at the time of the
fight, as be had quit training a week
betore the fight, on the statement
that the authorities would not permit
Fitz has been out of the ring a
year. He Is older and possibly slow
er of movement than he was. O'Brien
has been fighting right along and has
travelled all over the country. His
tight with Kaufman showed that he is
a ring adversary not to be lightly
overcome. One result the fight will
have, beside Settling the question of
the superiority of the two men; It
draw the other heavyweight aspir
ants out into the open, and start n
oher colli roversy oer heuvyweight
honors that will probably result iu
several Kood fights.
The tight tonight Is to be for 20
rounds or moie The men will get
;o per cent of the gross receipts, of
which amount the winner will get
7."i p. r cent and the los r 2 .1 per cent.
I'd. lie Gratify will tv the rebTve.
Special to Citizen and the
LATEST NEW MEXICO NEWS
Senate Recalls Panama Canal
Confirmations and Refers
PAT GARkET WAS NOT NAMED
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t Special to The Citizen.
Washington, D. C, Dec. 20,
H : 57 a. m. Owing to the ab-
Bence of the chairman. Secretary
4 J. W.. Kaynolds, of New Mexico,
' was not confirmed today. His
4 nomination will now go dver un- V
til January. ti
4 AHred I.. Sharp, of Kl Paso,
4 was today nominated by the pres- V
' blent as collector of customs at If
El Paao, to succeed Pat Garrett, H'
the present incumbent.
4 The, senate In executive sea-
sion yesterday confirmed the fol- f
4 Surveyor general, Morgan O. V
4 Llewellyn, for New Mexico.
4 Receivers of land offices: Geo. If
W. Delamoore, at Clayton, N. M.;
Fen S. Hlldreth, of Hioentx,
Ariz.; Frederick Mueller, at
4 Santa Fe, N. M., and Henry E. If
4 Bowman at Ias Chuces. N. M. V
4 Registers cf land offices: Mil- If
6 ton R. Moore, at Phoenix, Ariz.;
' Manuel R. Otero, at Snnta Fe,
If N. M.; Kdward W. Fox, at Clay-
ton, N. M.; Howard Leland, at If
Roswell, N. M.
For Justices of the supreme
court of New Mexico: Frank W.
if Parker and John K. McFle.
Crelghton M. Foraker was also
4 confirmed as United States mar-
shal for New Mexico.
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IMPORTANT BILLS ARE
INTRODUCED BY DELEGATE,
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Special to The Citizen.
Washington, D. C. Dec. 20,
2:31 p. m. Delegate Andrews to-
day introduced the following
4 bills: v
4 To pay 15,000 to the widow of
the late Tranquilino Luna; to es-
' tabllsh flsh stations . at Tnout ......
Springs and Gallirias Springs.
San Miguel county; for the relief
of W. A. Wtelker, former postmaa- j
tor of Albuquerque, under whose
administration the postofflce waa
robbed in 1889; to Increase the
pensions of Solomon Coan, Geo.
4 H. Hutchinson, Henry C. Reel,
Sebastian Maxsam, Lewis Rekel
and H. C. Anderson.
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TO CONFIRM NOMINATIONS
OF CANAL COMMISSIONERS.
Washington. D. C, Dec. 20. In ex
ecutive session Id The senate today.
Senator Morgan wanted the senate to
request the returns of all nominations
for canal commissioners which had
heretofore been confirmed. He as
serted that the committee on inter
oceanic canalH had held no meeting
to act on nominations, and thet the
confirmations were void. Thu Ben
ate acceded to the request and the
nominations wero referred 10 the
PRESIDENT NAMES A
Washington, D. C, Dec. 20. Presi
dent Roosevelt today appointed Jo
seph Bucklln Bishop as a member of
the Isthmian canal commission, to
fill the vacancy in that body caused
by the resignation of Chief Engineer
Wallace. Bishop has been secretary
and historiau of the commission.
MAN'S WRIST CAME IN
CONTACT WITH SAW
A distressing accident happened at
the plant of the American Lumber
company shortly before 4 o'clock thU
morning, when an employe named Ro
sarlo Lucero narrowly escaped losing
one of bis hands In a buz saw.
Lucero has been working with the
night force at the mill. While saw
leg lumber this morning bo permitted
one of his hands to come in contact
with the rapidly revovling buzz saw.
The sharp teeth caught the man's
wiisi, cutting it badly. Lucero's hand
nnrr iwlv missed being amputated. He
was removed to Sr. Joseph's hoepltai
hre the Injured member was prop
erly dressed. Lucero resides at Ixw
FATHER AND SON
FOUND NOT GUILIY
AT TRIAL BEFORE JUDGE PAR
KER CHARLES BRUTON AND
SON JACK, ACQUITTED.
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Special to The Citizen.
Socorro. N. M., Dec. 20. In the
case of Charles Bruton and his
4 son Jack, accused of murder at
the much la eastern . Socorro
county about a year ago, the ver-
diet was not guilty, iu Judge Par-
kef's court today.
4 This case bus caused consld-
erald comment, owing t the
Net that i hss never been le-
li ( ,1 jy those who were con-
versate with the circumstances,
that tne Btutotis had anything to
do Willi the killing. Mr. Bruton e
Is one of the pioneer stockmen
of Socorro county, mi l is Ik id in
high t ieem b tho.-e who know
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