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X FA SO HERALD
Week-End Edition, Jan. 24-25, 1920. PHEMEH PLANS STRONG CABINET 1 1 Jan 24 Reconstruc ts Italian cabinet by premier io tti1! (.hoose his ministers nngir element" is fore- 1 the Ide.NazionaI . ip' r opinion on premier . lounit y to Fans and London p inou that friendliest rela- i t been established ith and that England, France I ian now ork together for i alnnenfc of mutual Interests. fir't result of this understanding --' u iq me support given py tne - to itaiys latest proposal re-,- Ming the Adriatic question. 's behe.ed here this question r a- h a, final sortition within d s if France and England can City Churches Cooperate In Taking Census About the time von get through with one census taker, there will come another But tbe second one will aajt you only a very few ques tions and yon can dismiss him in short order. m The latter oca will ask yon the family narae, address, nationality, the names of the men and women in yonr house and the names of the tiilrirfn. too. then the religions faith or denomination each prefers and if you are a member of a chnrch and. if yon are not a member of an 1 Paso church, rhere membership is held Tlfen too will be asked if you attend Sunday school- All Churrbe to Cooperate. The census will be taken under the tausokres of every church in the city I Jewish. Genyie, Protestant and I Catholic It is ei oec ted that th kc Jiigo-Slatla understand it is!-11808 t til be Completed in one af-.ii.-. i.i in A.or.. fw. kAternoon. the afternoon of Februarr 3 mm and that must either ac- w WsAinfL ot E"a8' cTel t the r-nmnim. . a w . secretary of the Texas State Sunday -nor i fcpi COL, N. 0. LIE, A nOHEEH, DIES Col. Nathan D Lane, one of the pio neers of El Paso, died Friday after noon at his home in the upper valley, near Canutillo. Col. Lane was weather observer at El Paso for many years, having come here in 1891 and having served as weather observer until his retire ment, in l'S N L Lane was born March 7 ViZl, at Minot, Me the- son of Mr .nd Mr B. F lane. He received his education in ihnot "SVhen 16 he went to Port land. Me t live, entering the Signal corps cf Th United States a-m at the 3Le of i when tn-2 ftrmy was in ned Dr. Williams, Local Baptist Pastor, Dead The fan eral of Rev. Joseph Frank lin Williams, pastor of the First Baptist chnrch. who died Friday evening at his home at 100 Magof fin avenue, will bo held at the church over which he presided at 3 oelock tomorrow afternoon The body will lie in state at the church from 1 until Z ot Io-k for friends who desire to pw the bod j Th1 sermon w ill be preached bv T)r ' D lan ri 1 o has tharge of Mti.i-.an missionary work along the border The .serwees at the grae will be in charge of the Masons of winch ordT t) nun.ter it is a. mem br Rjr v. 1 be n Ergreru cem 1 1 r WhatYouMustPaylncomeTaxesUpon I And Things That You Are Exempt On he f-nmnrnniKA -ntrvomA . secretary oi loe is oww auu-. M'M ft havth. r2S "ifon School aseo.lation. arrived in E! Paso j La . ?H.;Hl,l Saturday afternoon. He will conduct 'Plied in its entirety.- tn campaign From now until ihc- RAILROADS NOT TO FIGHT ORDER FAVORING SHIPPERS "he railroads will not fight the re- t order of the interstate com- rce commission giving shippers the -,I-i to sue on ciaims after two years t elapsed hen carriers refuse to kf idjustments. E. Marvin Under- d perioral counsel for the railroad lf-i-i is t ration lias issued notice to rep'onal directors to that effect. copv of tb'a notice was received - t irdai bv A. V Tadlock. director th' ctiamber of commerce traffic r'au r are sought for Idle coal "ho do not need receivers neel outputters. Financial a i New "iork.) ri H RENTALS I S INSURANCE I I NEWMAN I m INVESTMENT M 1 co. I I i REALTORS fi rh-i5 1M San Antonio. H LJHHIsSbBHbHB oay tne census is startea ne win spend considerable time -with C" " persons who will aid in the census taking MUCH STOLEN PROPERTY RECOVERED BY POLICE Activity of the detective department during the past week has resulted m property of large value being r turned to owners here. Each da, ttu volue of the property returned has ragged from $500 to (710. Fridaj was the highest day for the week. The property returned, with the detective finding it and the value Is as follows Two watches valued at $2. by J. E. Block, one suitcase and contents. Charles Matthews and J. .1 Coleman, valued at $150; one certi-1 fled check. Matthews and Cole man, amount $500; one suit case and pistol, b- Bloch. valued at $35. The total value was $T10. of oung men pirt'L alaly a tee i -f; He recened h's tra nj.nr at (Fort Mej er. near Wahmeion U c GIE D1.M.HAT M. E. CIICUC1I j His first station wai at Augusta, ua A.nigois or ure iiovoivmg ttws ai- xor two years, then Port Huron, Vich icMGirrs of kgvoui.g cnoss tended a monthly dinner and business meeting at the First M. E. chnrch Friday evening. Short talks were made by H. P Demand. leader of the class; C H. Applet, superintendent of the Sunday school, and Rev. Van Val ken burg Te dinner was cooked by Mrs. J. D Foster. Mrs. G D Hettrlck and I Mrs. S. M Hten and served by Miss Zelma Childers and Miss Toiva tar ton. Those present were. H. P. De mand. C H. Appleton. Rev. H. Van alkenburg. Justin -"Q-iter. nwiey Hvten. Glothern Downnm. Noble three years. Then for two years he left the government service to travel for the Stylograph ic Pen company, of Providence, R. I, a fountain pen con cern In which he held an Interest. Helped Open the TCest. The demand by the government for young men who were expert operat ors to open up the west caused him to again enter the service, and after a time spent in Washington, D. C he was sent to New Mexico, at a time when the Indians were on the war- exander. Paul Burow Jack IJght-i vma i$n-.f m -v -vr rwt Pr' tmr 1 ! r T l?an4nr &TY1M "- r" 'f ;" " "" Hettnck Maurice I .offers and Bert TiHotson , . Sinct the beginnng of the trans continental airplane membership race, the class has doubled its membership BBS sssssbssssBSSBCB iBBBHHHBflBalBlBBBBB l sssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssC I mUsiaBsnniBnBssssssi BSJpjpjpjBJBS i REV J. I. 1VILLIAJ1S I t IN making out his income tax form for 111, theltaxpayer must report the following Items under gross in come. Salaries, wages and commissions for personal services, including bonuses. Interest received on notes and de posits m banks. Including savings banks. Dividends on stock. Only dividends naid out of earnings or profits ac crued since March 1. 1311. are tax able, but dividends are deemed to be distributed out of the most recently accumulated earnings. Profits received from the sale of property, real or personal. If the property was purchased prior to March 1. 1913. the profit Is based on the difference between the selling price and the fair market price or value as of March 1. 1911. Profits from stock mafket transac tions. income received from fiduciaries: Uiat is, amounts received from In comes of estates, trusts, eta. through trustees, administrators or executors. Partnership profits; partnerships as such are not subject to the income tax. but each Individual partner must pa a tax on the income from such .lurtnership. i.oyalties from mines, oil and gas wells, patents, copyrights and fran chises. The following Items are not taxable and need not be Included in the re turn IToperty received as a gift by will r by inheritance. The Income from em h property, however, is taxable. Proceeds of life insurance policies. Returns of premiums on life insur ance, endowment or annuity con tracts. Amounts received through accident or health Insurance' or under work men's compensation acts, plus tbe amount of damages received, whether by suit or agreement. Interest on obligations ot any state. or any city, town, county or village and the District of Columbia. Interest on obligations of the United States is exemnt from tax. except that Interest Lon obligations issued after Septem ber 1. isit, exraept oniy to tne extent provided in the Liberty loan acts.. ThUpmI nn the seenriiles Issued under the provisions of the federal farm loan act of July 17. 116. Amounts received during the war by persons in the active military or naval forces up to.?l,SO. In addition to personal exemption. Interest on Liberty bonds to tbe par value ot 50 Is exempt, from all taxation. Holders of large amounts of Liberty bonds are advised to con sult their bankers or collectors ofln ternal revenue as to their exemptions. The law expressly prohibits the de duction of personal or living ex penses. These include rent, wages ot servants, cost ot food and clothing for family. xipKeep ot aBioiwwuw used for pleasure or convenience, education of children rod similar items. Income spent during the year 119 for any ot these items ts suujeci to the tax. EL PASO MAN TO ATTEND MEXICO CITY CONFERENCE E W Kayscr, a ice president of the First National bank and a direc tor of the chamber of commerce, will go to Mexico City as the representa tive of the El Paso, chamber of com merce at a trade conference to be held In the Mexican capital on Feb. 11. 13 and 13 Mr Kaser was ap pointed Friday and given bis erl tials Saturday. He will las-c -Antonio on a special train to be o erated by the American Erp'i company on Feb. S. A meeting the chamber of commerce directo to disssss th trip was held In '' Kajrser'a office Saturday morning ISI Paae Seed Cs 19S6 Catalog ro ready. Write or cU for a copy Adv. IOI. V D, m $10,000 Wanted Capitalists Opportunity EI Pato corporation ownkg prominent down town cloje in cor ner (desiring to obtain fsadi for bnxmess expansion) will offer at sacrifice price f or- immediate acceptance, $10,000 casn pay ment down, balance on mortgage for fwe years at 7 percent; property is rapidly increasing in value, bnt we need additional capital at aace, principals only, no agents. P. 0. Box 1582, El Paso. "Owners." Thl ! roar chutes to ?t a PnnetBre-pKwt Inur Tub F--efj with, each PUBLIC DOUBLB-TBEAT TIRE orderad. These Tirea are GUARANTEED FOR .0. J4ILE3. They art- reeonstracted and practically panotare proof Two ban dred tfcouaand 20.Mt) oar owner ara natal? Public DoM Tread Ttrea. Tbeaa Tirea often glw from 7vM to St xnllwS of btmcb Remember job ct a Puctvro-Proef Tab Freo with each Tire ordered. Put one of thcae tobea In Tonr tire today inflate with air JnK like ordinary tnbea. tbe forget pnnrtnres for 600 mile or more. ORDBR TODAT. IXMT? r ELiAT. THESE rKlCES TNCT.VBE TIBE AND TBZ: tad lut stii in.ie 301J - Jo uiH sites 301SH s - - aexiVx... siajo SSxSH S '" 3xlM J1JJS0 lilt SML2S Kit S1US SZll SMvGO ii S1LS0 li SM.eS IJlS SltJS cott. Ariz. In 1884. on March i, he marnea sties Jennie tsaa. or e silraX. SC. Thev moved to PrescoU. Ariz 'where he had charge of the sig nal station. From Prescott he was stationed in "Washington. D. C, and when the signal corps and tbe weath er bureau became two separate de partmental he chose his work with the weather bureau. Came Here In 1S01. For two years he was In charge of me station at jfiruand. ate., coming to take charge of the El Paso office in 1S91 He held this nost nn to the time of his retirement on account of I in neai-n, in June, ins. Lot. lidb c&mA ot one or tm niax Vew England families, his branch of ine jane lamuy coming from .England eany mine xitn century. He leaves a widow. Jennie C. Lane; a daughter, Mrs. J. W. Lorentsen. president of the EI Paso Woman's club a son. Wallace C Lane, and one brother Charles L Lane, of Mechanic Falls, Me. Fnneral Sunday. Funeral services for CoL Lane win be held Sunday afternoon at S oelock from the residence of the daughter. Mrs. Lorentxen, S21 Randolph street. Rev. Dwight J. Bradley will officiate. Active pallbearers will be Hum boldt Mandell. Joseph Bennett. Al bert E. SigaL Lewis Robinson. John Bolger and John Fisher, jr. Honorary pallbearers are Hal E. Christie. Zach L. Cobb, Tom Lea. H. Shaver. H. B. Stevens and J. F. Wil liams. A BIG SPRING MAN DIES HERE AT DAUGTHER'S HOME Funeral strvlces-for the late J. "W. Ligbtfoot wre held Friday afternoon at four oelock from tbe resfdeaoe of tils dangbter, Mrs. E. B. McEIroy. 1207 Wyoming street Ieceased. a natlre of Texas, born tn AnsUn M rears ago, had spent most of his life in Tennessee, bnt returned to Texas 15 years ago and had been for 14 years w 1th the Texas and Pacl fie railroad at Big Spring. He came here recently to make his home -with his daughter. Mrs. Ughtfoot. who stfr TlTes. came with him. Besides his widow and the daughter at whose home he died. Mr. XJghtfoot left two other daughter. Mm. O. C Clereland. of Ranger, and Mrs. R. L. Gray, of Van Horn. Rev. Mllo Atkinson, of the First Christian church. condQc(ed the fnneraL Interment was in ETergreen cemetery. In orderinr state whether 8. R Ct. Plain Tread or sos-sUd It desired. Send LH deposit for each tire, balance C O. D. anbject to exajniaatlon. JTlre percent dlsoooat If f nil amount aecompantea order. To Insure Immediate denrary, send money ordar or casblar'i cbeek. PUBLIC TIRE CORPORATION Dept. 1ft. 3500 S. Hlchlgaa Axe, Chicago. IIL IK BVFFAX.OES KILLED IX HIJXT. Ft. Pierre. S. I, Jan. 24 The n0St important bo rial o hunt In more than 40 years was ended near here recent ly One hundred and thirty -live buf faloes, part of a herd of about , were killed. The hunt came as a result of de mands from western cities, where buffalo meat ts considered & Christ mas delicacy. The herd Is owned by a rancher. TRIAL PACKAGE F Try one of these famous Tenlcdies at my expense. Get a liberal sample at yonr dealer's today they're going fast! Dr. LeGear's Poultry Prescription iruau-u Dr. LeGear's Lice Killer r.n ?-. "Rff r--t- -WO-U Uil Mace tout hat hr whHe the pnecs are high. Condkioathesa now to resist winter condition stxinnizte the egg-prodocinf or gznj keep them free from Ece. A trial will prore our claimxfor quickest, best resuhs. Tearovtthtaoocpon--flotn. Get yonr tree eampieritbi away. Uyootdealer bJuratbeaBiBles.eaTe tba coupon and he wLU ses yosrj for yoc Dr. L- D. LeGear Medicxn Co. IjOOOl Bova-r-d Stnel, SLLosia.aU. Dealer i If yon hare no tzial paek ares. write as at onee. Mr "W fa i li s-r- v-d by his w dow a daugV r -nd two son rankhn and Jo-ii The daughter is Mrs. I TV Merrill All of the sur M.ors are 4n this citv except Frank lin, who attends school in Atlanta, Ga. He Is on his wav home. Mr William ira- $2 years old apd rTL-i ono of t; het l.nown preachers In the southw- H came to Kl Paso fj-om Missouri in 191- He was born in Glenroe, Kj-. and received his early education there His death came as a shock as he had been seriously HI but a few days. Attire tn Clrle Affairs. Dr. Williams was acttre in all crrlc affairs and was recognized as a lead ing cithten. Under his management tbe church here developed one of the largest memberships in the state. Not only his own congregation, bat a wide circle of friends of other denomina tions frequently sought his advice on matters of Importance. Whent was learned that the miaU ter was" fatally ill, a number of per sons from his congregation offered to submit to blood transfusion la an ef fort to save his life, Bnt -following a conference of eight of the city's leadiag physicians, the offer was re fused as it was decided that the ope ration would then bo useless. THE WEATHER U. S. TKrARTME-sT OF AGH1CULTURE WEATHER BCREAU. fKXJNJAtH. lQOCf I . Observation. taka At-AM L-VED vTKMJ at I a. iru JSth -... .. mrrfdi.il time. JAB. t , --,- F.reasUt Zl Paao and vlda Itr Fair tonlalit and Saadar; e4dr toalfjht with fre lnc tmeratara. Kw Maxlco: Un rallr talr tMlcltt ud Soadar: ctlar tonlcat .ast aad alMth putteaa. AriKm: Fair t BUM aad protoMj Sadax; irarm.r la n.rti portloa 8ao day. Weit Txas: To nlrat fain esMtr nitn tftmx.ratar. to II a.rUi aad It to If soatli partiaa; Sudar fair. BdatlTC faazBlditr Id 71 Tao at B..B SatardAT vraa (S percent; tetnpttratara at BMfl WAS M. PneUKtAttMi lJt l Boon (bxtri) scat, or wcacaer.. lweat Twap. laat alcat...' Husest Temp. Ttafdy-.l I Temp, it 1 a. B... I I AbHae M J AmartUa t M 1 CUymir Atloata . ( 41 M Rain 1.1X CateAco M M M Snow .H Cincinnati n u It Qovir .11 Denver . It U K Ctoadr ... Mlath . ..-. - -t Pt.CM7. . EL PASO .'. t M 1 Clear .32 ftalveatoa 5! ?Z Ctoodr ! Havre . .....24 .. -tl dear kauu atr 2t- it J ctoodr .i Uttlo Rock J St M Cteadr ... Ix Aacelei U M Clear New Orleaai tl U Clovrt .It Now Tork It 14. Jt Bam .14 Phoenix tl Bonrell tl M Sam .11 St. LoeM 14 14 :4 Ctoadr .K Salt Lake Cltr. ..14 4t II ChMedr ... Ran Antonio It 11 It BaIb .M San FrancHKo . .4t CI 44 FocaT ... Santa F. II 41 U Clear Seattle 14 It II CloodT ... WaAiaaston . . .14 14 II Bala. . i la rao ITeetpttauon. 14. teemotve. 11. . m. Jan. 1 to Jan. 14. Inelaatve, HIT. Jt m. Jan. 1 ts Jan. 14. radwtvo. Hit. l.tl in. Jan. 1 to Jan. 24. lnenotvo. ltll. .M m. Jan. 1 to Jan. 14. laetaetve. It!!, l.tt la. Normal Jab. 1 to Jan. 24. mclaalve. .41 m. Chemist Points Out Field In Mexico For Sale Of Powdered Milk "hat a large demand for sweitened i icensed mlllc o American brand rus'j throusbont Mexico, eapeclally tn the districts ajmrnndlns Joarex, and the belief Uia'. powdered milk would find readr cale. is the gist of a server made by P. J. Gonxales ot the border city, a copy of which waa elven to American consul E. A. Dow. Gonzales, while a resident of Juarez Is a graduate of tbe school of chemls trt of Cornell university. Mist of this milk for th? surround ing; territory is beln&r imported direct ly from Juarez, but he points out the possibility of American firms cstao llshinfr ajrendes In order to deal directly with tbe firms In Mexico. - He points out that a great undeveiopwd field awaits the manufacturers when the Mexicans reallre the value of this foodstuff In th manjfacturlnc; of candles. Ice cream and other by pro ducts oi mute Special Attention Is called In the re port to the possibilities of entering the field with powdered milk, little If any of this product flndlntr Its way south of the border. It is his belief mat a grea-xieia exists in toe soutn ern part of the republic and weat coast, where the climate conditions and lack: of Ice malce It Impossible to even keep canned' milk. HILARI0 MEDINA TO BL MEXICAN CHARGE IN U. S. (Continued from page 1.) Washington as charge d'affaires. Gonzales G. De La liata, local Mexi can consul, announced here. Medina is tae author of the mani festo warning Mexicans not to testify before the senate subcommittee in vestigating conditions In Mexico, wnicc. aas oeen noidinc- bearings in San Antonio. Consul De ia Mata aald that Sal vador Diego Fernandez, recently an nounced to oe ine next Mexican am bassador at Washington to succeed Tgnacio Bonlllas. has been appointed minister to .England and that ZSlizeo Arredondo will become the successor of Hllarlo Medina as snb-secretax? of loreign relations. Man Takes Bnde-To-Be , To Judge And Asks To Be Married On Credit! A couple went into tbe office of It. B. Rawlins, justice of the peace, Sat urday morulas to be married. "Judge." saht the bridegroom, "we want you to marry us." -Sure. Just -be seated. I will get two witnesses." be said. "But wait juat a minute, judge, the brtdgToofn Interrupted." He fumbled ' his hat and looked at the woman in the ease. "I don't know whether you ever do anything like this or not, but we want to get mar ried on credit. I haven't any ready cash. I will pay you the marriage tee next pay day." "Ton bet I wltt" replied the judge. Tm the laat man In the wrld to keep a fellow from being married Inst because -he short of change." Sixty seconds passed. Thay were pronounced man and wife. The couple thanked the judge and left tbe room. Tsrsinf to a witness. lBdae Raw lins said "That's the first couple I ever married- on creait. uui m. man can get anything else en credit so why shouldn't he get a wife that way." SUSPECTS ARK HMD IX MURDER CASE Mexico Cltr. Mex, Jan. Sj Several men suspected of being lmpltaaled la the murder of Earle Boles and F. J. Honey. American oil men. are under arrest -at TaropJeo. aeeordlng to the military police there. None of the prisoners have confessed, bat one ot them Is sajd by the police to have been wearing a sweater belonging to one of the Americans. This garment was bloodstained and the man, whose name is Castro, ts alleged to have tried to get rid of It when sppre-hended. ELECTION IX CHintTAinTA. Douglas. Ariz- Jan. 24. Believing tnat the present peaeerui conottien of the state of Chihuahua argues Its readiness to return to representative rule, president -Camnza has called an election for a day, to be announced later. In the month of May. At that ttme the people will -vote upon a governor and full state ticket. The Belgique The very Ital vsard in the very latest Cotham We yery chic fay smart to different Aee short round teed ties The tiny effect to chtrkhed by the gentler sex is ptoduced by thk French lot and-&e Ugh French heel Black Sath $12-50 Patent - - $13.00 -J Women's Hosiery To harmemzi a4fc ojr up-to-date felvear. are feature very strongly firja of Women's Homery m large variety of hoik patterns and qvaStf. The pealn as vrett as Ae 'fanciest patterns have net been overlooked. A pretty atsoiimenl of fancy and plain hose to -go &ell .sith these nea ties. The colors ate broTsru BAite and Hack. Prices $1.75 to $8.00 Cbwdfcii's aad Men's Hosiery all prices. i ttt ft 03O"3 fmixiur jwt SJSBtt r Me w-"j 4A ij"r reeTTttI WFi J mi Kinri SIS I L today. SkiSL wWftW)7Awl FreePckeCorrpon! . 7& r ft AjAivl. "" n a t3 ""' cooP!i fo y"2r dealer U a. 5 '"yiliSr ""iEto-T11 tree Balzac vtckige. Ku ' " If "tLa 1- M r -sfll)lRlir (Sen yonrname here- THE COURTS. 0ST1I DISTRICT COURT.. Judge Ballard Coldwell. Preildlag. Elizabeth A. Hnber vs Charles J. Htsber, divorce, filed. United Sugar companies vs. "PTalker T. nines, et at, damages for freight charges, filed. Ramon Anodaca ti Fempoaa Elenes et aL, to try title, filed. 41ST DISTRICT COURT. Jndce r. R. lTlce. PreIdlBC. Mrs. u. A. Owens vs. G. H. A aV A for damages for death of husband." terdlct for defendant. ) Robert Jordon vs. 1 Paso Kauway company, damages to automobile and personal tnjuriee, on trial John Helms vs. receivers of the, T. & P.. damages to livestock, filed. Maria. Zulooga de Munoz vs. Adele Munoz, et aJ. to try title, filed. Ex parte, Elbert Farrow Scudday. application to chang6 name to Elbert i arrow, application granted. W. E. Stone vs. San Kllzario-Fabens Canal and Ljuid company et al tres pass to try title and damages, filed. 34T1I DISTRICT COURT. Jndge l. D. Howe. preAldlng Francisco J Marques vs. Uelarla M. Marques, divorce granted. Delia Byrd vs. Oscar -Byrd, divorce, granted. Henry T. Murray vs. Ethel Murray, divorce, granted. JUSTICE COURT. Clark Wright, Presiding. State vs George Janke. passing a street car unloading passengers, not guilty. r State vs. H. Brucker, passing a street car unloading passengers, fined Jl and coats. Announcement On Saturday afternoon, January 24ih, the Texas Bank and Trust Company will move Us business over to the First National Bank onc on Monday morning, January 26th, the consolidated institution will open its doors for the service of the public in the banking house of the Firsl National Bank. The officers and directors of both Banks extend a most cordial invitation to their customers and friends to visit them. The consolidated Bank will not observe the usual banking hours on Monday, but will remain' open until 6:00 P. M. to receive visriars. , , Texas Bank & Trust Co. ' First National Banfe Dr. LeGear's Hemedies are sold in El Paso by El Paso Seed Co., 523 E. San Antonio St W D. Wise Seed Co., Chihuahua and W. Second; W. D. Wise Seed Co., 106 N. Stanton S -WHOLESALE GROCER -DIES. Santo Pe. N. M, Jan. 24. H. B. Cartwrlght. head of a wholesale gro cery house and a resldentof Santa Fe for more than 40 years, died Fri day night In a local sanatorium, after ai Illness of only a few days. SERVE DISSOLUTION. -OTICB. Santa Fe. N M Jan ;. The Gila Ttiver Powrr (.tuniun of Grant county has f 1 1 ot u i of dissolution of the enrpor ion Th" compel y i g incorpor-U' l in 1-rnniar;. nlj, tut never pegon easiness.