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" VOLUME 11 ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1902. NUMBER 36
From the Dctnccrnt
1), M Sutherland, of I.a Luz, was
here this week attending to a law suit.
Manuel Sllva, un aged Mexican, liv
ing in tlu lower part of tno town Is
A growl tan lit heard fron one no
of tlu' town to tln other on account of
tho h artity of water.
A band of Greek gypsies wore In
town tills week. They put In their
Ira It Cnx patseil through hero for
Cloudetoft lie hns sold his mining
propety at Estoy City to O. Pray
Jose Gonzales purchuM'd from tho
heirs of Aras Mender, a house ami lot
In block 40 for $100. The property Is !
situated In the lower part of town and
ut one time was used as a pool room.
Kosallo Lopez will place his Insane
lirothi in the county Jail at Alamogor
do He will be kept there until there
l.i rioiii In the territorial asylum for
him as that Institution Is crowded to
owrtl iwlng with unfortunates.
Father Mlgeon Is the busiest man In
this part of the county. In the ense of
sickness he Is always on hand, and
helps tlu distressed anil poverty utricle
en w'th good advice money and cloth
ing lb' an angel In disguise to the
poor p oplo of this county
From the Hoi aid
Dnud N. Darnell and Marcus E.
Hop: on made homestead entries the
oast we ek
A most refreshing rain fell hen- on
Tuesday morning, it win a poriect ;
(loilsend to this community. ,
lhe county commissioners at tnesir
meeting this week appointed Joseph
Lang to take the census of Portalos
A gnat ilea of activity Is manifest-
ed by the farmers of this section since
inc ram aim crop ihusihhb me "-,
Mrs Inda Humphrey Informs tho
Herald man thnt she will, as soon as
she can make the proper arrange,
menu put in a bakery at this place.
Hi Dr 1, uketis ef the Presbyter
ian ih inh at Hoswell, has kindly con
Kdit d to give his vacation to the
Uiureh at this place and will be here
In a few days.
Lei Carver lias Just tlnlshod hrand
lug fiooo head of cattle at the stock ,
in ns the same be ng the purchase
rcently made from .John Slaughter
. . ..
nnd Hn-oggins Hrown. Mr. Carver
wl'l graze them for a short time near
The- Santa Fe olllclals announce that
It will shorten It? through line to Cali
fornia by 200 miles by IllUng tho gap
betwee a Portales and Albuquerque.
For years the people at Albuquerque
have been ar.xlnus to have the Atlantic
& Pacllle built Into thnt town from the
i-ast but the Santa Fe. which owned
It. could not sec the necessity. When
the Hock Island built Into 131 Paso and
with the Southern Pacific made the
0iort line to the coast the Santa Fe
saw the necessity of shortening Its
line, and now will connect the two
i iiiIh of the Atlantic & Pacific
F,. m the Chieftain.
A I). Coon Is now shipping apples
from his orchards south of this city.
Mrs I.. H. O'tJara will c" to Magda
Una to complete arrangements for her
e eneert on the 17th.
Mrs. Russell Howell and sister,
Maud Hadcllffe, left for Albuquerque
on a visit to their mother, Mrs. T. F.
Simon Stern, of Albuquerque, came
down to visit his famliy, who are visit
ing relatives In the city.
Chas. S. Hahney, of Ankona. Fla., re
ports a good cnip of pineapples on his
ranch this senson, and sends C. T.
Hrown a crate of fines pines as a sample
of his crop.
Mis N .1 Strickland, mother of Mrs.
.1 J 1-eesou nnd Mrs, August Winkler,
returned from Denver, whero sho has
"been In attendance upon u sick daugh
ter. Misses Helen, l.ll.v and Myrtle Gil
dersleeve returned to their home m
Santa Fo after a pleasant visit with
their grandparents Col. and Mrs. 13.
Attorney James (3. Fitch left for Chi
cago. where he will meet his wife and
enjoy an outing on the lakes. Mrs.
KlUh Is returning from a visit to her
parents at Mt. Pleasant, Mich
Se veral cattlemen who came to So
corro last weedt to niako arrangements
to move their cattle let water, were
made happy to learn that tho heaviest
rain In years fell In tholr section whllo
they were here
Hiissell Howell and wife, neeompnn-
led hy Ml Mnml Rmlellffe, started
overland for the Illack Range, getting
an far as Stiawherry peak. wIhmi M-b.
Howell wiiu taken 111 and tlu., were
compelled to return. They have now
Riven up the trip as too haid a propo
sition nt this time of year.
It Ih learned that the Lena Mining
and Concentrating company has closoel
down Indefinitely, the reason being a
disagreement among th" directors.
From reports this property was doing
well. This Is the property In which
Elston H.. son of Prof. F. A. Join's, was
employed about a month as assayor.
At the regular meeting of RloOrundc
lodge No. :i. Knights of I'ythlns, the
following olllcern were Installed' A.
Mayer, chancellor cominaniier; S. C.
Meek, keeper of records and peal;
MIL master of work; H. Boutwell.
master of llnnnce; M. Locweustoin,
innatcr of exchequer; Sufeiino Abey
ta. master of arms; F. Fischer, Inner
From the Progress.
Mrs. I,. I.. Hrown and sou, Maiighs
letiirned from a few days visit in HI
I Walter Holt, ore Inspector at the 131
Paso smelter, visited friends and rein
tlves In l.as Cruces.
A party consisting of the Mioses
! Llewellyn and Messrs. Clint Llewellyn
land F. T. Wyllo left for Van Patten's.
Prof. C. T. Ilagorty ami family and
Miss Fnnnlc French loft for Nan Pat
ton's bummer resort, where t..ey will
enjoy camp life for live or six weeks
l Prof. F. 13. Lesti'r, registrar or the
I Agricultural college, left for southern
.California, where he will meet his wlfo
alll B)l.n) t, summer vncatlon.
)r itrr,wn has returned from his va
(,(lton ,R tl, ollfiti bringing his threo
children with him. Or. Hrown and
fnlnIy rc now prepared to make their
permanent residence In Las Cruces.
i,.ui,i...,t i miw.r i.nr. nf ih.. Ai?
rlniltlirni nilll Meichanlc Arts, college,
an, .,f. ). M Richards, of the same
Institution, are to participate In tho
, i,,i ,....., t(,n,.hora' institute! this
year, mo instituie meets at wuttu
Oaks, August 18-28.
From the Hee.
The Chicago Cattle company, the
present owners of the Armandaris
grant, announce their Intention to un
dertake the stocking of the grant at an
For tno nrst nine mis summer a
'l.l ..I. I.. ....... l .........
shipment of cattle in transit were fed
nt San Mnrclal. This Is owing to the
burning of the yards at Albuquerque
The Harvey houso here has a now
manager. He Is quite a youth, but
then It is not at all necossnry for him
to have a very old head to Inaugurate
some urgent improvements.
A number of well known young men
have formed a dancing club and will
glve their first dance on the evening of
July IS. AH are Invited to attend anil
those who are not enrolled ns members
may Join the club at Its first gather
I.nst Saturday the happy married
life of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. I.anib was
augment.-.'!! by the arrival of their first
child, a ton pound boy. The Drs
Criilckshnnk wore In attendance. Mr.
Lamb, who Is a popular brakoninn
set them up to his friends In good
13. C. Hockwull. the Santa Fe libra
rlnn. who was driven from his old
einarters last week hy tne burning of
the station, has established himself in
the rooms recently vacated by tho Drs
Crnlckshauk. It Is finite likely that
Mr. Hockwcll will remain In this locn
Hun until the new station Is built
II. S. Honein. administrator of the A
It. Ely estate, Informs us that his work-
in this respect Is drawing to a dose
and that a final payment of 10 per cent
to creditors will soon bo made. Then
the creditors will have received 85 per
cent on claims that were not consider
ed to be eif much value two years ago
and they do so tindor the Impression
that Mr. Honem has performed his of
ficial dudes wisely and well.
Will Build Methodist Clfurch Recep
Hon to Rev. Davis Runaway
From tho News.
The Moxleun eitlmns of Alamogordo
are building a Methodist church
County commissioners liuMi bee n In
session this week, hearing the imn
plaints made by parties whose assess
incuts ,.nve been raised.
Rev. Spragne Davis and wife' were
tendered a reception at the residence
of Mrs. Y. 13. Palmer by the members
and outside friends ot Grace M. 13
church A largo number was present
and a most excellent time was spent.
The Alamogordo Improvement com
pany are working 100 men In the Al
amo canon laying water mains to con
nect with several springs belonging to
the company It Is expected that all
'onnectiotis will be made by August 15
II In reported that engine "51,' got
away Irom the hostler nt tho coal
liute on last Wednesday night with a
Mexican at the thiottlc She was head-
d for Dog canyon with l".u pounds of
btonm on. whb h was not sulliclent to
nrry her to the canyon. The HI Paso-
Hock Island Incoming passenger which
leaves El I'm at S:I!0 p. m. was wired
to look out for thi runaway. A handcar
left Alamogordo hi pursuit, but this re
porter has never learned of the return
of e. hi or.
From the New Mexican.
Window Miiajhors last evening
broke a large pane of glass at Kerr's
barber shop on the west side of the
William Vaughn, proprietor of the
Palace hotel, has constructed a good
brick sidewalk In front of the hotel.
It Is 170 feet long.
Hon. 1. II. Hauna. superintendent of
fotest reserves In New Mexico and Ari
zona, is on an inspection trip to Ari
zona. He will return to Santa Fe
about August 1.
City Engine or Wendell V. Hall Is at
Raton at present Ilnishlng up the work
he ha.i been (-imaged on for the Max
well Orant company. II will return
to Santa Fe on July 20
Leo IL i re h ha ben awarded the
contrart to furnish lifty-flve tons of
hay to tii" I'nlt -d States Indian school
in this ellv nnd davlno Ortiz the con
tract to furnish the school with UK)
cords of wood at $l'.-l7Vi a cord
Comity School Superintendent John
V. Conway writes from Jemez that he
and Wlllinm Parah had a hard trip
over to the Jemez springs on Monday.
hut made the trip safely and that
they arc enjoying their stay immense
ly. They wll also visit the sulphurs
and the San Antonio springs.
Major II. 11. Horsey, at one time a
woll known resident of hnnta Fe and
at present section director In charge
of tho United States wc-ather bureau at
Louisville, Ky., has been appointed one
of the two Inspectors of weather bu
reaiiB In the United States. This will
undoubtedly bring him to Snnta Fe nt
times. Tho Louisville Post says- The
appointment of Major Horsey came un
solicited. His rnting Is among the best
In tho country and the Louisville olllce
tins snown mien ninrue'ii improvement
since he took charge In lSt'Js that when
It came to seeking a good man to tako
tho Inspectorship the department of
agriculture could not get away from
Major Hersey." The position carries
with It a salary of $L',100 and traveling
Miss llralthwalte, of Albuquerque
formerly of this city, Is the guest of
.Mrs. Orant Hlvenburg.
Oood progress Is being made on the
fnundnt.oii of the new residence thnt
.1. H. Walker Is building on Orant ave
D. M White, locating agent for the
United States laud commission, will
leave on an olllcial trip to uoiitheastern
Mrs. Simon Ilncharach and Mrs. I. I
Harharai h and son left for Las Vegas
after visiting their mother. Mrs. Hen
rletta llfeld In this city
Mlsa Dolores Monclavn. aged 55
yeais, died on the Oallsteo road. Mass
was celebrated In the cathedral and
Interment was made In Hosnrio cetue
Dr and Mrs. Hutchinson and Ml?s
Needle P. Crane loft for a sojourn nt
tho Hutchinson summer homo on the
Hudson as well as a visit to Atlantu
City. Long Hrancli. New York and
other points Tluy will be gone about
A letter received troni Mrs. Slurrnrd
O. Coleman by Colonel C O. Coleman
announces her snfe ai rival Mltli her
children at San Francisco and her In
tentlou to spend several mouths ut
Santa Fe. She report 8 that her bus
bund. Lieutenant Coleman. Is lit ex
eellont health. Mrs. Coleman made
the trip from Manila on the transport
The corner stone of the new Method
1st church on Don Oaspar avenue will
bo laid next Tuesday. An Interesting
pro gin m has been prepared Dr. A. P
Morrison, of 131 Paso; Judge McFle
Hev. W. II Moore nnd Rev. W R Dy
will make addresses. The Capital City
band will turulsh the music.
Aldorinun A. J. Fischer. Edward 13
Andrews. August Warning and Clay
Patterson returned from their Ashing
trln on the Nambo. Louis Lowitzkl
bringing tbeni back, having made the
trip In one day The party campeu
about fifteen tu lea above the ienit
tlful Nauibe falls and ewight about 500
trout. They left II S. Clancy mid two
sons In camp nt a point l.iMween the
Frljoles and the piinciinneiio, wnere
lis h ng Is especially geiod.
County Surveyor J. L. Zimmerman
left for the southern pnrt of the county
near (lolden to ri'survey the boundar;
line between Bernalillo and Santa Fo
Judge A. L. Morrison hns received an
Invitation to address the convention of
the United States societies at Chicago
on August 15, but had to decline the
honor on account of stress or punue
Rev and Mrs. A. P. Morrison arrlv
ed from Lns Vegas. Dr. Morrison will
assist in laving the corner stone of the
now St. John's Methodist Episcopal
church on Don Oaspar nvenuo, on next
Two cute bear cubs spent the nay ni
the Wells, Fargo Express company's
olllce. They arrived from Tnos last
evening, having been shipped by nr.
T. IV Martin, anil are consigned to Los
Mrs. H. O. Hursiim nnd baby left for
allfomln to spend the summer. Hon.
II. O. HuiBiim accompanied them as far
Mrs. Apolonlo Chaves died of Illness
Incident to old nge, at St. Vincent's
ospital yesterday. Her funeral took
pmce this forenoon, Interment being
made In Rosnrlo cemetery under the
auspices of the Christian Brothers.
Albert Reed, who cnine to nnnta Fo
bliort time ago from Butte. Mont., for
his health, died this afternoon nt St.
Inccnt's hospital of Blight's ellsease.
lie was about 6u years old and a mem
ber of Oswego lodge No. U. Knights of
vthla3 nt Butte.
John Morris, who served with creellt
In Cuba In troop L of the Rough Rld-
rs, commnnded by Capt. Caprou, ilur-
I111; the Spanish-American war. and
who saw active service In the Philip
pines nnd China while a member ot the
Ninth United Slates Infnntry, Is In the
Ity. lie has just returned from the
hlllpplnes and may conclude to locate-
somewhere In this territory. He called
on the Rough Riders in town, who wsro
glad to see him.
rem the Range.
.Mm, P. A. Fanning, who has been
quite sick .Is reported to be improv
ing. John Majors haB necopted a posi
tion as cashier lu a store at Dawson
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnmos Gillespie came
in from the ranch ami spout the Fourth
with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. McAu
Ufle. Last Saturday night Johnson's ini'sa
was Visited by a frost which damaged
potatoes considerably and did some
Injury to other garden truck.
Miss Ltila Perry, alter a pieasnnt
visit with he r mint, Mrs. Tucker, went
on to Ellznbethtown, where Hhe will
spend the iiitmnier with her parents.
Judge F. D. Morse, wife and son left
for Sf.ntn Ro.a, whore they will make
their homo In the future. The Judge
has Investeil in property In that place-,
which he confidently believes will be
come one of the Important towns of
The organization of the Citizens Na
tional bank of Raton has been effected,
with the following officers: J. B. Daw
on, president; S. W. Clark, vice president-
M. M. Dawson, cashier. The di
rectors aro the above together with
Albert McCready, Oscar Troy nnd O,
George W. Keck and Miss Katie M.
Butt were married at the Caiholle
chore h by Rev. Father Cooney. The
briele is an attractive young lady who
lives on Johnson's mesa and the groom
an estimable young ninn recently from
Ohio. A reception was given the newly
wedded couple at the home of the
bride's parents ami they left for Las
Vegas, where they will reside.
From the Republican.
The new hose cart, with 500 feet of
hose, ordered by the town board some
mouths ngo, hn'e been received.
I. B. Mooro has gene to !slt rela
tives in Texas. He has put off his trip
to Africa until next fall.
Misses Nelllo Donahue and Eva Dix
on, vt Albuquerque, were here visiting
with Miss Helen Hogan.
II. J. Scls, of Wlngnte, was In town
on business. Mr. Sels conducts an In
dian trading store a few mlloa from
Tin' gauie of ball at Fort W Ingnti'.
between the soldiers and Gibson Grays
roaulted lu a v!?tory for the soldiers,
score III to il.
I. H. Owen, the contractor, was here
a couple of days. He will commence
work next week on the Moqul minding-
F W. Meyers and Mi. ami Mrs.
John Mulder wll go out there on Mon
Aj-si'ssor Cnunvan has returne-d from
a two weeks' trlii to the mines of
southern Arizona and northern Mexico
lie ran across several Gallupltes In
Douglas. Ariz., among them being Pat
Kennedy. Harry Simpson, Bob Dolnn
and Jim Shorten.
The' other day the tipple and scale
house at the Union mine caught lire
and burned to tho ground. There was
no Insurance on the property nnd the
loss Is total. So soon as possible tlu
tipple nnel scale house will be rebuilt
The company will have by the time' the
fall truile ope'iis up sulliclent o'relers
on blind to keep the mine running stea
dy during the winter.
Mrs Friend, wile of Charles Friend
who was clerk for Fori'innn Sanjule
hen- about a year ago last Fediriiary,
committed suicide ut San Fruncisco a
few elnys ago by taking carbolic aclil
Hank Crawford, who has been
freighting for J H. Moore for the past
lew ye'iirs. Is 1, laying in u llitle bail
luck at present. A few nights agei he
was robbed of his coat anil vest anil a
vnluable watch, anil the next day em
of his large home's laid down and died
The old rnylng Is that mlsfeirtuiies
never cotno singly. It seems to bo true
in this case.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 11 Wolff returned
freun their trip to California last Tues
day noon. Mih. Wolff, who hns been
In California for several months, re
turns greatly Improved In health. Mr.
Wolff while absent visited a number
of the most Important plneew In the
Oeilden state. Miss Susie McConnel.
sister of Mrs. Wolff, will return In a
Let It be reconk'd that the first e-nsn
tried In the dlstrlei couit In McKlnley
county nt the July, 1002, term was n
hoi-no collnr ense. taken there on ap-
neal from .Indue Welsh's: comt
plaintiff was Charles L, Fri'drlcks and
the defendant Georgo W Hluht Tho
visu was submitted without a jury, ana
alter bearing both sides of the ciuc
Jupdgc II. S. Baker founil for the
plaintiff The amount sued for was
A New York Baby Adopted Particu
lars of Death of Otis Thompoon.
From the Euterpi Ise.
Mr. and Mrs. Schlllnrel Smith, or
Philadelphia, are In the city. Mr.
Smith Is buying wool at this point.
A. Lawrence nrriwd In the city, nc
ronipanle d by his son lie Is still on
crutches, the result of an accbleiit
some time ago.
Mrs M. II. Hull and Miss Mnttie
Brown, who have been visiting Mrs.
II. J. Hammond, of this city, left for
their home nt Cmisbael, N. M.
Mr. and turn. Juan C. Martinis', re
ceived a baby girl freim New York city
this week. The little enu. who Is n
very pretty and attractive child, has
ben adopti'el by Mr. mil Mrs. Mar
tinez, and christened Dolores.
Deputy Snerlff Mansker deserves the
thankfi or the people of Clayton for
moving out some of the huinan trash
that had ae cumulated nere. un inae
Tuesday night, he gave a number of
vagrants notice to leave town within
twentv-four hours, nnd they left.
The following facts have been
gleaned In ri'gnrd to the death of little
Otis Thompson, which eiccurreel last
week It seems that the little fidlow
went out Into a small pasture uenr the
house to get a horse with which to
haul a barrel of water, anil the burs'
Hint be was riding, which wan a gen
tie one. must have stumbled nnel rolb'd
over the child, as the face anil head
weie norrlblv bruised and lacerated
the lobe of tne- loft ear being torn en
ttnlv n wnv Tbe body was dragged
between eighty and nlnoty yards, when
one of the stirrups gave way and his
boot came oh". Death was no uouni in
l'min the Register.
Mrs. Warren Graham and Miss Jen
nie Kirkland. of Albuquerque, wev.
viHltlmr friends in Cerrlllos this week
Itoss C Untogrovo hns shipped his
household goods nnd has gone to Los
I.unas, where he has a podition in a
M. IL Der k and family, wno nave
been tenchlng the school 111 &nn wo
mliiL-n are visiting here.
John Jones and latniiy nave moveu
te Buckman s mill. J. M. Rogers wont
with them to assist In moving their
Miss Bessie' Jones returned rrom an
exte-ndeel visit to Albuquerque. Her
sister, Mrs. Anna Bambreiok, accom
panied her for a visit wuu tno 0111
Mrs. G. R. Bailey was the organizer
of a very lively picnic party who went
out to Bonanza and spent tht- day. The
members ot the party were Mosdames
Bailey, Palmer and families. Mr. and
Mrs. Ede and little sou, Misses Mny
and Cynthia Harney. Ethel Enton and
Ruth Uuell, Messrs. l ied Norm, uenry
Wesley and Lloyd Buoll A splendid
patriotic timr was reported by nil.
Last Tuesday evening J. P. McNuI
ty was badly bitten in tho right hand
bv a rattlesnake. Mon-; In the even
lug the ileigs made a disturbance
around the house when Mrs. McNultv
ami family went nut to see what the
trouble was. They found a largo rattle
snake. Mrs. Kohler throw a rock and
t-trne-k the snake which colled reaely
for light and as Mr. McNulty reach
ed for the rorW to throw It again the
snake struck hlin betweon thu thumb
nnd forellngor of tho right hanil. in
dieting a very painful wound. He was
brought to Cerrlllos at once and Is lin
ing quite wedl under tho care of Dr
From Cerrlllos Register.
Mrs. E. A. Maddux roturiiod from
her Albuquerque visit.
C. W. Reise and wife, of till place,
and Attorney N. S. Rene, of UortHloB.
vlltod at Snutn Fe.
Mis Anna Archibald, of Trinidad,
Colo., came In for a two wesesks' visit
with her brother.
Mr. and Mrs. Ue'ckor nnd Mm. Doll
bft for Mexico this sveek, whori they
will reside in tho future.
Frank Cliown, bollermaker, left for
La Junta, Colo., being called there to
the beelslde of Ills motiior, who Is very
MIbs Llllle Wood. pontinUtre&B, bate
eone to Raum for a short visit. Hr
father. James Wood, Is tending tho
poslolllce during her nbsonco.
Wife Skips with Husband's Money
Woman Insane from Debauchery
Reducing Tax Levy.
From the Headlight.
"lis saw that the wife of n certain
lancbi'r who caine to town a day or
twi ago has lft for parts unknown.
The woman also took about $3,000
when she departi'd. Those who know
best say the right Is with the woman.
Last Tui'silay Miss Mary Hrodeiick,
fiste'r of Mrs. J. A. Mahonoy. nriived
In this city from her home lu Craw
tordsville. Ind . and nccompanled by
Mrs. Mahoney nnd elnughtorft, Mnry
ami Anna, continued on to Santa Mon
lea. Cub. whete the pnrty will spend
'''Mr"""" W. Barton and urn, wife of
Professor Barton, who will assume the
prlneipalBlilp of the Doming public
schools, for the coming term, arrived
nnd Is now nt the homo of Mrs. senr-
borough, em Gold nvenuo. Professor
Barton remained In tho oust to attend
to some business affairs nnd will ar
rive late r accompnnled by hlu two sour
who remained with hint.
On Wednosdu; evening Sheriff Baca
stnrtei. for Las Veejas with Mollle Wil
son, win, will spend the remainder of
hi', days In tin Insane ailtiui at that
place, having become a hopeless im
becile. This woman has llve-el huro for
ninny yenm and wan at one time par
ticularly bright, hut by elrlnklng, usInR
r-ocnlne. and dehauiiery she has ourito
to what she Is today
Tbe- board of county conimlssloiierM
met Inst Monelay. nnel lcmnluod In ses
sion for three days, during which ttmo
tluy tranrncte.i une ve-r.' Important
business nnd among tin- rest, reduced
the tax levy I mills em the elollar from
the' last year's estimate This now
places our levy at $2. SO per hundred.
as agalnut f:t.20 In Grant county. A
pretty geiod showing for a county, but
little over n year olel. Limn will lie tno
banner enmity eil New Mexico yet.
From the Herald.
mining bureau will soon bo opened
.1. II. Trnev left for California to
meet his famliy anil visit with them for
There Is a lloatlng report that anoth
er newspaper Is to be started In Dom
ing In the near future. In this matter
we feel like' a ee'italn Kansns editor.
who says: "A dreamy eyed youth from
the dnrk wilds of the 'way back east
has renched town with a hand pre-sn
anil a shirt tall full of type and pro
poses to start a rival paper. His hldo
will soon be added to thoso already
hanging on our back fence."
Demlug hns the most industrious
and energetic ladles In tbe country.
Mrs. Dr. Cnssi'lls helped to build the
Cnseil residence: Mrs. A. J. Clark. Is
saleslady In the big Clark store; Mrs.
George Scarborough superintends near
ly all the Improvements, nround her
residence; Mrs. Judge Field beautifies
he-r own garden: ano so on down a.
long list. Just what Doming would
nmoiiut to without the 'ndtes Is harel te
Sheriff Baca took "Crazy Molly" to
tin Insane asylum at l.as Vegas. About
twe lve years ago "Crazy Molly" was a
beautiful young girl brought to Grant
county under promise of marriage and
ruined. She has a win living with rela
tives in the east a bright, intelligent
lad. whose photograpns the mother has
and pathetically fondles. "The Lunn
county Jail was no plnce for 'Crazy
Molly."' said Sheriff Baca to tho re
porter "and I am glad we have Bcciiretl
her quarters In the asylum. By right
sho was a Grant, county charge, and
should not have been sent here at nil.'
Sunday Inst a wealthy liquor man
from Denver on his way from Douglas,
Arizona, whero he Is interested in a
laige wholesale lleiuor house;, stepped
Into the' water eloBOt near the Santa Fo
elcpot nnd a short while after ho camo
out missed his pocketbook. It contain
ed $125 cash and two drafts for $1,500.
He returned to the water closet but
could not lliul his money. Some trnmp
had evidently picked up the fortune'.
The man. who would not glvo his
mime, said he would willingly let the
Under have the $125 cash as a reward
for the return of t.io elrnfts. Finally
ho used the telegraph anil forblel the
navinent of the checks. He left Mon
elay morning for Douglas after placing
the mntter in tho nanus in tmorut
The Beot Prescription for Malaria,
Chills and fever is a bottle -f Grovo'a
Tastel s Chill Tonic It I - ' n
nnd q.iinlno lu a tast'ic . ,1
cure; no pay. Price, 5a.
fcxen r ti
Border Rifles Surp a L.nuggler
With Drove of uninamen
and Capture Six,
A telegram from Tucson says: Lino
Rblei Charles Ilolllngsheael, of Ne
gales eu-toin house service, arrived la
Tucson the either day with six Uhlnii
men. captured lu a roumlup near Doug
Ins on Sunday night Holllngsheail
and anotner Hue r. it. R. M. Smith, ro
celveel a tip that a profe'sslonal smug
gler who bad been operating for a lotiK
lime on the- line bee.vceu 131 Paso and
Yunui had e-onceale'il a bunch of China
men In a secluded house ncroste tint
border, with the intention of mniig
gllng them Into the United Stilton. The;
Hue rider e-roaseel Into Mexico nnel
laid out three nights. The third night
under ttte direction of the smuggler
the Chlnninen crossoel the llnu, follow
ed by the' Hue riders, and when In tho
United States the command wns glvon
to halt. The Cluainen lied In all ell
rectleiiw sua the olIleeiR eiponael llro.
Six Chlnninen wore e aptured but tho
smuggler and the balance opoapenl
aero the line Into Mexico. It Is eytl
mnteel that there are butwoem twulvit
and tlfteen in the drove. This Is tho
largest capture on the Arizona border
for some time.
A lonleal view ot the competitor is
tnken lu nn article In the July Matin,
'lhe following is n quotation from It:
Your e'ompotltor Is your best friend,
f you only knew It. and ho deserves
honeiit. fair treatment. Without com
petition there never would havo been
advertising In its truest sense. With
out temptation to do wrong wo would
nil be saints and never knew it. With.
out competition to spur us on wo weiuiel
not have a standard from which to
j judge what siiccoss reetlly meant."
A dlspnteih to the Denver News from
, Wardon John Martin passed through
: Pueblo this afternoon em his wtiy tn
Trailing, in. m.. aiier wv-ihiiu iw
dill, who two numthrt ngo escnpoel from
the penitentiary at Canon City. Mo
dill was arrested a few ilays ago by
the sheriff at Trailing. N. M and is
being hold for tho Colorado authori
ties. ... .