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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1912.
YES, IT'S GAS THAT west const nt Central America, Inter trussing liuiilerruila (rum Han .loud ii. I'm rln Karrlus, where the Wuvh- Ifkioti will ! walling for them. The Washing! n will will from Puer IT to 'lurries about Man h 21. E TWO. COL. HILTON SETS, " " Go T Beaming I mmm mk - GIVES YOU THI DARK HORSE MS LUMP S REM It's gas tlmt has loiltr-tlii-Bt unci icel like u E! 1 In your hest. il In your weight. Hanlum mi's lias Tabids n Mcve this In n lew momenta, Imt better thani that, tar- , iu piny cured In nluut a Week's time, j There In ii big difference between r!(,iw(- relirf nnd enre. Iluu liiiiinn'H (Ills' IICIIUo Tablets ilo both, relieve, nl mice and cure you4 completely In a nuHonrible Urn. No other remedy does this hiiiI therefore he careful to gel till' gcn 11 C ii Ihutlicann (in Tablets, ut up only in 6o-cent boUles. j These net ii'iiir tablets) are sold fori llOf bottle liy nearly every drug- I"' Morning Joiii-dhI kiirrhd l.rafd ,U'lrv. Riot. If not In vtitrk till til hi lo nit Washington. ! -1 . I . Mjplori I hem for uu from hi wholesaler, or, pt,.v, chancellor ol (In- slate of New semi &oc In silver, stamps or money; , , order to J. Ili.alnotnn 'a Co,, Ku. ! J""' V' ,",',""'r "' "" "r ,w" ter l., Hun Kriiiirlwo, fiJ. helms, u lawyer umJ Jurist of tlilrty , , f' r' J i i llor, loom up tonight as ; l h- man whom I'ihiiIoiii 'lull yvi'l would lie lo ii tlm it Hint the I "t i t -tl i it j )! ii ( to ill,. HUpi'iine. mull bench. of President Declare That President Taft Has De cided to Appoint Chancellor Pitney of New Jersey, Better Highway Movement Ar rives in Sierra County Me tropolis Headed By Imposing Parade of Prominent Citizens Mates slums responsibility I'lirtllloti, ill l-d It W iSIIIViTirV Til IU:i: KNO Jtl TlillPM s. on Htwifrl I', H. K Washington, N"r lolk, 'i rVli. IK. This ship, one .il Ihe sti'Milest of the tirmored cruisi-iK of th All mil. Ihil, lll miI to iit lit Hoot! li'le itmioirniv and head i,r 1'hliii Hun h In lake aboard Heirctui '. Knox mill ll i. ft A for nil exteinle't fiifl nlmt irttnlKi-tt to le n uoliihl" inline In 'hi nlieiiii u.ili'iM ii rut iilotiv the i'MMiern eoiiHt of (,'i utral AnwrleM, If wather i onilliliiiiH are f wimlilt Keeretiirv Knox (iiulm lily will let thtt unhliiKion on i ilnewliiv. Jf eontliilonii i)o not uiiminl ililn nr rniideiuent, the i riiUer lll tiroeet il lo Key Wnl wIk-io Mr. Knox will Hv ' rail. C'i.iiuIm lli.nhin, mi 1 1 n it ii 1 1 n u the V nniiitton, recently returned ipnii fit nl it lloiniiimi, whetiee liln ohli i-r- l l' ll AmerleHri MllllMlrr UllHxell, pn-lt - iiami', fttllowliu the iiM.ttufHin.iiiiin of th.l' rt'l.lllilli lneHlilenl. Ill Met'll llllit r, IHMl. Ille eonuiiH ll'Ier too l li In uiiihIiIii to :il;iitl .iln.i. f. iv It wnii one of i he four Ann i mi ii uriu toeti iriili'i-m inirlleliJiiiinti in ihe t'linenll eetilennliil. Vemei il.i tie Wiixhiiininii look mi 1,'I'Mi toiiit of etml In uililltliui to the W."0 tt.t, ulremly In lier bunkers. To liny Inn veH im iiimle ,irk iiml Ktuiii mill the ml mini In iiuurters vete t'lm eil ,n rt jtlliienti lor Mr. Kno-. "rim iironriim for the cruiser In len iHtlfc .mil rutijecl lo cIiwiiki- ut the ulre.'tion of the setretiiry. As iimv niritnenj Ihe WiiHhlnmon Mill ,eti-e I'iiiik In neh on tire nil, -i n, in ii of I VI, 1'iaiy itrrhlim ut 1'ort Atitunio, Ji.ln ii, a. on the liHU iiiim of 1'elirii'iy ,"i. ' In III e the seeretlll H i.lrly will H'l Hi Hlltolilohlli s l!,-1,,K the iKlilll I in K .until, ii. r-liirniiiK the s.une 1'iiy to I'lllt Alltolllil, BHllllIK Inter for t'n- lon, v ht re Ihe sei reliuy Is tlue i n I-ehriiury i". 'Ihe onrtv l ii,Miiil by mil ii'los t'i isihuius iiml ri luiiiinj Hj.un lotllil I hi" VVHthlllKloll, liloieeilin lo I'ort I.liiom, i'iihIii lib ii. on Alnri Ii i' iirrlvinK the r ,iue lu. Hert (he piutv Will , jive the Wiish l.'uton niul i rosKln to I'iii.I i At. n.it, !wir, the cruiser .Minluiul hIhiI Mmi h fi. They lll vluli oiih on ih tin I Allloim (ib'lldsi of the lileHllb lll, it I mim e.ilil lo be iiriict ii u lly ii rliim (hut j Mr. J'ltney woulrl be ;ti,i)inlt-d mid j the noliitluitloli sent to the Hennte to jmonow or TuepftHV. j The pit'Klib nt Is iimlerHtooil lo be j lieft- iIihI the ii j , i 1 1 1 mi nt of Cliun , i i llor I'lincy woiihl not be opioseil 'in the si nuit'. 'hiiieeilor I'llney bus li. en tiniler roiisblerul Ion by the i'ch. tlt'ii t (or Never. il weeks. Following prut, win uKiiitiNt Kei reiiiry N'iikuI, I'rcn iiletit Tul milieu his seiin li from be yond the M lHxlKHiiii river, where he llrst In.iki il for ii i , null, I He. I'hiineel. loi Pitney nnd K. .1. fwuyxe, Jiisllre i f Ihe suireine court o New Jersey, were two nu n who ftruduully In , nine most iiroinliterit In Ihe irtMldi'ut's mind. Krlends of JiiHtlre SwHyze Imve riot it biindoiieil hope tluil he wll lie Hppulnled. Tonluht, fnriiir CoM rnor Mmphy of New Jersey whs n white house Km hi, iiml It iviih t;, 'iu rally UllderHlooil tlllll till' ,l . Hllb'lll In- lol'meil tiltii of his ili'i'lelou lo uppolnt the chillii-cllor. The preHlilent had un opportunity to tulk with Ihu Now Jersey Jurl-t lust wei k w hen he wus in Nt-w York. Iloth 1'Iihiu elloi I'llney mill Justice Kwuyxe t re kui'.ih ut Iho luui heon Klveii In I he pi i Hlili nl s honor by tiovernor Murphy. hiiiu cllor I'llney n.it be- Miile the president h nil the imprtsslon he inude on the chief executive ut Ihe time was lellectcd In Mr. Tuft's spent h ut the close o the luncheon. I'liiiliei llor ritney im els ninny of the pi ts'ib nl s it iiilr, nioiils In a supreme i lift justice. Ho Is but llltlo i, or ', I yenrn old. He served um tisslslnnl Jnsllce of the New Jersey supreme mil l li'uin I lull lo 1!iun iiml bei iime chiini i llor In ihe Inner ycur. AGED WIDOW I N FISK DIES lli PD -1 oi thi: m Mt; oi- iu:i:i like Unit of books there Is no rtul. V would think sn nnjwiiy If you toiild see the r.n k iilti r r.o Kful (hut comes fr.i'ii our ti i ns it ml luike reason ? The best lo burn try H iiior m i y aln v. The Well there Hie bus of tllein unit nitst s illstto l.uy way tin m is to t,v Hie I n . id. Jiim that all. PIONEER BAKERY 207 South First Start Death Recalls Tiagic Shooting of Jay Gould's Pai tner in New Yoik City More Than Forty Yen is Aim. lly M.trnlni Joiirnul Nmlid Irauil Vlr llofltin, Kill. IS. -.M is, I.iuy i. l-'lsk, "Id. .. id Jaii-.-r I'lsk. Jr.. wli.i w is shut more than foru ytart apo in New York by lalward S. Siol,e. us ihe climax of a hitter rivalry l,e t'.fetn the hi,, men lor ihe smil" ol Ihe fiimous b. iun, "Jiislt" Mans- lb bl. died today III South Huston. ."die was T'i yours ol ate. Il was h tho ,nn r of Fish that .lay liolild Iiml Ih, ri,ilullou of 111; t iiormous tiuiuiio iloulil !, fi bin I. mm simo I liln.. like I ; .lliui. ami v.bllo risks witlort had t.. pus., 1 1 , , last lorlf y,',il o I In r lib' III Hull ui nee mid do , Miiiost p 'ttnib-r-'t. THIS BOOK WORTH READING Thi A. llor I l,a book, lelllntr lm M"i inn i:au.v eu.,1,1 iik.iIiisI ao- fllpaieiaJ rarriwpaDalsikc to Uorniof Jiiurul Illllslinro, N. M., Feb. 17. This sleepy mountain vIIIukp was awakened out of its iIiiieh by an automobile party, headed by Col. A. 11. Hilton, which arrived here Thursday nlkht In th Interest of an ocean-to-ocenn routp throutth Flerra county. The pci,p,t ,,f Oils town jave the boosters an enthusiastic reception. Hlllsbmo wants In Ki't I'Verythlnir that Is coming Its way and a citizens' commlltcf will Ri t into cominiinlcatlon with A. 1 Wcstnaril, of the American Aulom i hll AsHoctatlon, and fl ml out from him If this proposed route would bo ma Plied In tho association's ol'iiciil Kulthdmok. If there I some assue anc that the expenditure of several thousand dollars on Knod roads will result In phicinit (his route before the motorln,r. public throuuh the official map and xuldobook. then Hlllshoro and Mt rra county will furnish Ihe money. Colonel Hilton is a areut buosbr, and he stirred up the lown by on- ,'i liiihK a parade, led by I'm le Ti in l.an non i nU I'nele Joe Kb.: Ji.;. , r. tv. pioneers of tnp ui my. inoiiniid c llery steeds. Then follow, d two ;iU moi, lies loaded down with members ,f tne party and the wives of prominent citizens, ami after this cunie two blR frelKht waaons, drawn by lour horses eaen, and lllled with a Jam of promt- ..-..i .tiiiit on, im luuma sucn men ,tn f lank Keller, Will Koblns, and others. This proi yssloli moved throuuh the ainieta with an accompaniment of cowbells anil tin horns. They made such it racket that the school children 'I "if their room anil followed, as they (lid (he "Hied I'lpir of Hamlin.'' The whole procession, with the scholars and teachers, was then photographed, and the crowd moved to the court house, where Colonel Hilton made a stirring- speech on the good roads movement. The party consisted of C. f). Miller. state i-milneer; J. 1). Merrl weather. assistant stain rnirliicer: Frank John son, president of th,. Itiink- of K,in Miircini; ueorne v. Kink. Kucorro county surveyor: Churl, Crossman. cattleman and owner of the (llorleta ranch; Hr. u. V. Ilarknev, of Han Martial, and Col. A. II. Hilton. Thev had left Han Marclal at 8 o'clock Thursday and arrived In Hillsboro at i o clock the same nlaht. Tho lona trip was made partly over no roaiis at nil. only two stops of an hour men were made. THE HEART OF Mimbres Valley Where Water Is Wealth 5, JO, 20 Acre Tracts Located V2 Miles East of Deming, New Mexico WATER Purest in America 99.98 per cent pure. Abundant CLIMATE Best in America Sunshine Pleasant Healthful EX-STATE SENATOR ARRESTED AS SWINDLER IMPROVEMENTS Cleared, Leveled, Graded roads and shade trees around each 40 acres, Irri gating ditches in, 5 wells, 2 of which are in operation, producing 1,000 gallons of water per minute, 350 horse-power Electric Plant (the best that money can buy) being installed on tract. With each acre purchased we give you one share of Power Co, stock, We sell you not only the land, but the WATER. EASY TERMS Just a little along as you make it, with a small payment down, We will make more attractive terms to the parties who want to go upon the land and farm it, Ideal for Orchards, Gardens, Alfalfa $70 to $SOO Per Acre Profit Each Year Own A Home Here Prices low, in these tracts, w terms easy, This is your chance, Get in before they are all sold, Buyers investing every day No pioneering, no guessing, no chances, Free Trip to Deming and Return to those Who Buy. See Ben Sisco Savoy Hotel, Albuquerque, N. M., or write The Little Vineyards Comp'y "WE SELL OUR OWN LAND" DEMING, NEW MEXICO Kianiwu n JJ mm-wmii iinnitinmnwrri itl ill lit r was made Hole executor and llecker I'ealduary legatee. llu.slitt whoso fortune was tho ob ject of the allowed conspiracy, has been a recluse since his yvlte was burned to death twenty-live years uuo and w hen his "house of my stery" was entered lecently,. tho Interior was found In an axtoniMhiiiK slalu of ne ttled and ileiay. Well Known New Yorker In volved in Brooklyn "House of Mystery" Case; Released On Three Thousand Dollar Bail, I Mr Mttrnlna Jiairnnl HHrlnt I enwd tYlrt. New 1 oik, Feb. 1 X. Former Hlule Heimtor Frank J. ilanluor of nice tiaik liKlslutliin fame. who wua an a sied and lo, kid up lute last nlnht, charitcd with t oiiiplh II y to Kaill run- tr.,1 of the half minimi dollar estate or Hamiicl i;. Il,ihit, an lined re cluse, throuuh a power of attorney t yv b i li llnsbtt Is alluKfd to hiixe re pudiated, w.ia i.lciisod un $3,000 bull j loilay. II iardller lllltted l' , I I Hie ..tali. S, n il, i peiol i, it is. and ,,, oust I pa I Ion or iai I'luu.si IXHTANTI.Y, for n shorl iiimo l i 'o.. druKKisi . 'to call rellevi" I tile stottllli ll t ol I t-red 1 1 p II. o III. lly A an Results From Journal Want Ads court wife, actress, he I v. r I? -WEBSTER'S - i t J i. t n i k -Kt i , t r 4 DiaiorRyvq)ijPQf'f .,1 "IV H 1112. I '.L Ca .H : . ""f. i in . i - - Of, CCNSCC VWl DATES Liifj s..tsn$KW '?t'a.sct;"' t "- f" slwai Y2 I SI U.U sv. lik aaSan W u IK - " Usui I, mm raata tit .li-L. mi , . v i aria aj m . v -J WCIKMaAiY"", " . i . . . n in adyrniM-mrnt rlwbcrt in Ihu Uaor) Ti In p UaHirr. flenUe. atampraj ia (old XI Zti.S4.00 (ibitoUiti. i : u i . , THaSTWS""' ,c 'n P i-a!i,rr. lienUe. (tsnipd ia gold T "ftas -......,,,,,,.,,,., i-,;.nn. srrooa. tfurslOa R,Im t-nerjl c. nirrt, tl dc n!H rbvwheta Ihr. .. l er U luluf-ii K.at,i..n- :ti . a " - f . uuuirnvji i M.irrt, t. m.mttlcvne T TUoabi r&art n Uiie l o. sn l tbr Ule 16 Ntrl ad UaitH State Cartitov yrearot at Uoi oflne a coata-rii nm f,---Mnlr , ,,, llu .. 4- IM SI IIU o, t,-,. 4 yttWW r-M i. it. .,, , 0 lMt.4tit - t.,i h ia aiia, mm m, mlt i.hr. aft aUTHMUf T i imi OIC W mmk W Umi 22. Esto, tW Pi The $2.00 7.. . P't iuasa aaai tai mn ajj ItaC tltaiAlY mi thai a.U raal iaa 1 I no II ia VOCXI mm rmt mm. II m.n.m-4 aa a-a II kaali mm mmmm Zl mm (la li 15 wiio a year hko wus uf u tluiise of nltemiitlni; to uuo il. Folker ii .a. unit Hon with the anti-race tr.iok 'Kisi.itmn in this stale In I'ltis. tead- .1 no! Binliy ai IIH airitlKiimeiit and tald he hud III, llunlil o his ability to ' b ar himself. tne cx-aenator left tho loom. In company with hia mriuerly Aim Verba, Villi I am sure (bis will roine out all Hi! hi. I have absolutely nothing lo bar. Their will be pbnlv of aclliw lu.iiul ox posmes belore this caie is through nnd let me assure you that I will not be the il.tlio. That la all I are to any until I have a talk iltl I'OUII.HCI." (".Hi.iners examination waa filled for t.iniorroyv. w u, n. It la enprcled that il., j.. . i, , kor who, in a re markable store of iha ll......l lt told to MauisliMtr ko, ,,..- i.,..i,.,i l.ar.lner in the case, also will be r miiiIii. .1. Inciter. ..mpiovd ts imrsr lor Hasbtt when the elder ly re. In, ,k,.n 1( WM.kg in his -hotis. of iiiF,,rv ' In took l n, wus still in j( tnll,ht. In ' Hislelt was reported in a Borl.ms c-iinditiun loniKht. In hl atti.biMt. j,,hn i,, coun sel for llasleli h ... . ..,.i.. oi ins . in in house oi. 'i ui.iiii,.,i ti t in i - i ki r tint . .ii ') irdn. that, to Hsslrtt rev it -a that mini Frank J T, ADVICE OF APRESBYTERIAN MEM FORMER SECRETARY HfPiSIS DFIROnl WORKERS Speaker Yesterday Morning Thinks New Mexico is a Good Place to Live, With a Big Futuie, "lloost." sums up the ftospel of th' Ir. K. M. Iiiuialusoli, secretary of the Hoard of II, nun Missions of Ihe I'res hyterlan church, of Henver. who filled Ihe pulpit yesterday inorninirat Ihe rrcshyterlan church and who de livered auie of the llvllest, most elo mient and helpful sermons heard lu this city for a Ionic time. The Kpeaker takes a very wholesome view of hi li us and believes that the best way for the (lurches lo reach the people who do not ito to church ia to view the silM-r lining and try to win the people, instead of antaKohizinK them. Ace oriliiiK to Mr. Ponaldson a phlloso. phy. this In H pretty good old World. ami New Mexico la about the bo.t pari of It. Ho iaid a tribute lo the sunshine and th peon!" of the new rtate. whose possibilities he l Moves are iinboundi'd and with whose wide- iwakaness and iiroKresslvrness h hits Impressed. The sptakei the tne ll.t.l.u i.-id.n.e. Id lianllifr did nran.ira i..-r of aiioini y mirn t ,he M, frank J. ,;ai,tn.r. lull p.iwor ami au thority y r Ihe t.i,n B,i ,r,,,,rrty t Ihe au Satllllrl H II.. loll ah.a siciiature .( (he said ,,,' or t IS nul in Ihe ImnHa rillni nl " mil. I t:. Ila.lotl.- nnd hsl ' (he said .iii,ii. k. It .1.1. m maial t .u.wtn. ... prtt litp ,.f Mid llnirtH lm k,r .tutor '.m.,ii, n,. h. d,a ,,, s.tid powor .f ait,i., il.Kioiioin in ,,,H.iln- whk h Wlllf SM-tl hi u.L.., m briwd in Its Hiarn iiilh.iru. in ',ti,iir ! ,rw , K.fc .... tan. lor M ' H i-kii . nioiioy an. I in aliu.wt ru n .in. . ,t .1,1. y snd . ..,, ,,,,, n ,,rlw,, . .rtiv r y..k.ir, all ..ih.r imi .,f ..n..rn.;. rt', i.,,,,,.,,,. tmnr. l .,-,!.,( , lhr,.w m,, h(nl ii an..ilMr f.l.ne lh In,,.,,. m n ii. K, , .j,,, n,oii in lt.. u, acidmfc t ..U BtMi, I lie (ttrna in iht- si.n lie H SH (tt "id t lit Ul.'lt-t lieen mui h lini.resred. The pointotl ,,(l the fact that, next to Ida no. .i' Mexico la set In th-. areat- tsl inimiKration iiiotemenl of nil ih wtsi.rn states and he emphasised ihe need of takiiiK advantaae of this irreat liporiuiiitt f,.r church arowth. "I Iiml littl pessimism and lots of oi.ll- niism iiiiinni the teople of New Mex it'o." said the minister and he limed the dotri,. ,,, f this spirit amona (he t hurt his. , verv important point l.rniivht out bv the speaker was th iie. d of i on"..hhiton of church work In the mall torn ns. w here three or four striiKKhn.j hurt his are trMng to "' aiaratily. whereas, their rum tone, I afiort would b" much nmrr ef le. tie In tloina traellc'fl irttotl. It was c.tt.d. eotntaton-sa nsat k.Sm I all the wav thr..urh. and lir. Ihin.ildst.n n ule a splendid Imprt srion on Ihe err. ,,,!,,. H is aub).-t wa, -l-n-fimsh. , Thines." and he di-a rihed in this t inii lo. n Ihe heavily and Im mortal fame of some ol the unfinlsh tl HniL, ,,f ,, .,14 masters an.l ,tt- 1 1 The snab'iry Ihnl Ihe rh,ir. ,i , BO, ifa-et and thr . hur. h p.-'flf. must l-e "walt hful and ir..iut i.. ...mplole Ihe ihinirs Ihal "-limn." IS ARRESTED Chicago Man Seized On Charge of Complicity in Nation Wide Dynamite Conspiracy; Re leased On Bail. Hjr Mnrnlnt Jaaraal aueeinl l .n.1 Wire. Ch Icn ko, Feb. 18. John W. Irwin, former recording secretary of the 1'ci. Ha (Illinois) local of the Struc tural Iron Workers' International I'nlon, one of the men indicted by the Indianapolis federal grand Jury, was arrested here unexpectedly today. Irwin was arraigned before t'nlted Ktatea Commissioner Mark Foote, and on motion of counsel for Ihe dcfeiiS ', was released on a temporary bond of $."i.0(U) until next Wednesday. Irwin's arrest was eflocteil by licpuly I'nlled .States Marshal William II. Crowley and local police officers. The warrant for Irwin'sarrest was not In the original bundle of ten scut to Chicago for aervlce. Search for him was started elsewhere. Irwin's warrant did not reach Chi cago until late Saturday. For more than a year the I'eorla secretary's w hereabouts have been un. known except to a few close friends. Uovernment officials at Peoria, were told that Irwin had been acnt to an asylum under an assumed name. M was discovered, however, that Irwin had been employed on aeveral strut lural iron contrails hero within that period. Finally his p'top of residence waa found in a remote uuarter of the aouinwrst u,,.. irwln appeared creatlv iirorlsod w hen arrested. He denied that he had been con net ted with the dviiaml'.e conspiracy. When taken to a police Mutton, Irwin asked permission to telephone to Allium y Patrick H. OI loimell. ioun.-. l for the Htruclural Iron Work ers arrested here. Attorney 1 1 Dolin. ll m.K Irwin and Ihe redt-ral offb era at the ..y ernin. nl IniiUling. hi re he represontetl ihe prisoner In Ihe brief hearing before Commissioner FtHtte. "It ia Sunday and we are wholly unprepared for this.', said Attorney ('laonnell. -anrt 1 wish that In pre limlnary bt.,rmK m e.,ntinu.d for a few days." i ne loiiiinuan. , , crsnlcd. the bond was arranged and Irwln left the federal building with hia attorney. A vUMfi ai.uvst wirr hit SUBJECT IYSUCCU1T0 INJURES Eight Meh Stand On Body of Victim at Deming Exhibition and Death is Expected as Result. Npeelal rnrrespnndeae lo Morning Journal) Silver City, .V. M.. Feb. 17. Charles Morgan, a young man of Silver City, is In the Ladies' hospital here in a d'ltlciil condition as the result of in juries received while Morgan was acting as subject for an Itinerant hypnotist at fieining n few days ng . While under Ule Influcnco of the mes merist, Morgan had eight men stand on Ills body nnd County Physician Pr. Milliken, who ia attending Mor gan, says If he lives, which In un likely, he will Le permanently dis abled as Hie result of a rupture of n bronchial artery. The experience of Morgan confirms the oft-repeated warning of physicians against persons allowin traveling hypnotists of this kind to use them aa subjects, aa dan gerous alike morally and physically. Traumatic pneumonia commenced to develon Thursday and it was feared tne young man would not live twenty four hours. Heroic measures, how ever, were resorted to and he ts re ported improved. Hia temperature is nearly normal and the lungs have rleared perceptibly. Since this change has occurred in hia a-on,iiiion. I.r. Milliken thinks he has an even break for his life, but that should he re cover he will b permanently a crip ple. Thr doctor has reported thr mat ter to Attorney Waddill. of Iiemina. and It is likely some action may : taken. Morgan, who comes from MuskoKce, Oklahoma, ward ut tho hospital. itv 21. ifi In the ( ha He is aged Ilui'Klai's Tap (lie Till. Some Unio Friday nie.bt hurplars riiti red llliickv, ell's bookstore and robbed the cuali drawer of about $10. They gained admission to the bulld Inu by bnuking out it window Kbiis. .Mining Activity. Prominent men in from Tyrone nad th,. HuriM mountains are confident Um I'llllps-lloili;,. interests Intend t i commence mining operations at both Tyrone and Leopold In a short time. KverylhiiiK, they say, points to in early resumption of work itl both camps. The work ot san.piins the ore in the Chemung mine at Tyrone has bom eoiielti.led, and i, i pron-abli- (hi. phelpa-JlodBo people will take It over. The Colorado Fuel & Iron Company, at Ficrro. I working full handed ant In shipping out large quantities of iron or,, to Pueblo, Colorado. The Chirm Company, at Santa Itlt.i, continues Work on n birvn .en I,. n,.,l i. sending u heavy tonnage of ere to Its Concentrator at Hurley iluilv. Hie Postal Telegraph Company now has direct communication Willi Den ver from Silver City and It is nut ne. ritaarv lo relay at F. Paso us l.cre- loiore. The territorial cattle sanitary board has appointed M. It. 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