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THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO.
HUSBAND SHOOTS WIFE! AMERICANS AT TAF.1PIC0 FEAR ATTACK STATE NEWS TV" WOMAN KILLED WHILE TWO RIDE IN BUGGY. OF INTEREST TO ALL NEW MEXICO PEOPLE V 1 f ; f w v V, Francisco VIJII Charged With Murder of Spouse In Pecos County Sec ond Tragedy In Month. WeiUrn Newpapr Union Ntiri Barvtce. Roawell, N. M. The second tragedy up the Hondo river in the past month occurred when Francisco VljU killed hla wife, between Hondo Junction and San Patricio. V1J11 is under arrest and was arraigned before a Justice of the peace from Lincoln. The report gives it that VIJU and his wife had been separated for some time past That the past month they hod been living together near Hondo, but had quarreled again. The report states they agreed that she should go to her brother's, at San Patricio. They hitched up the buggy and horse, and had ridden along sev eral miles, quarreling, when Just a few miles from the brother's home, he pulled a revolver and shot her through the heart. She died Immediately. New Mexico Metal Production In 1913. Albuquerque. Large gains were made in the production of gold, sliver. copper, and zinc at mines in New Mex ico in 1913, according to figures com piled by Charles V. Henderson, of the United States Geological Survey. The production of gold showed an increase of $97,480 over the output of $784,446 In 1912: silver, an increase of 94,672 ounces over the production ci 1,636,- 701 ounces in 1912; lead, a decrease of 1,547,654 pounds from the yield of 5,494,018 pounds in 1912; copper, an in crease of 22,277,742 pounds over the yield of 34,030,964 pounds In 1912; and tine, an increase of 2,956,524 pounds over the output of 13,566,637 pounds in 1912. Despite lower average yearly prices for copper and zinc, the total -value of the output was $11,694,002, an Increase for 1913 of $3,166,047. Stabbed Three Time In Back. Springer. News was received here stating that Henry Fa it, a cattle man. formerly a resident of Springer, was stabbed thre times In the back at Roy by Tom MUler, a dry farmer of near Roy. Miller attacked Farr from behind and sunk the blade of a pocket knife Into his back three times before Farr could defend himself. Mr. Fair knows of no reason why he was assaulted. He will recover, i Ranch Near Hope Brings $6,000. Carlsbad. H. E. "Tod" Barber and Dr. F. F. Doepp bought the twenty-four section ranch, four miles south of Hope-, belonging to Hugh Gage and Rich Bell, paying $6,000 for It. The deal did not include any cattle, but" the new owners will stock the ranch and engage in the cattle business on an extensive scale. Fair Association Incorporate. Santa Fe. The State Livestock and Products Exposition has been Incorpor ated with office at Roawell, A. D. Crlle, statutory agent. The capital stock Is $25,000 divided Into 5,000 shares at $5. The incorporation of an exposition company is for the purpose of holding an annual county fair In Roswell. ; Fire at Roy Doe $50,000 Damage. Roy. A fire which started from some unknown cause caused a loss of $50,000 here, the buildings being those of the Goodman Mercantile Company, the Dunbar building and the Palace bar. Taos County Murderer 8ulclde. Taos. Mellton Garcia, who killed Pedro Barela in a card game at QueBta five or six years ago, committed sui cide at Hanna, Wyo. Garcia was broke and unable to find employment. Wool Grower Get High Price. Aztec. The San Juan Wool Grower Association has just received returns on a shipment of 100,000 pounds of wool sent to Boston. The association members who were represented In the shipment and the price they. each re ceived follow: T. O. Kirk, 25c; J. S. Baca, 25c; G. Chaves, 23Vfcc; J. W. GarrlBon A Son, 23Mic; Jaquez Bros., 23V&c; Ross Martinez, 23V4c; B. Mon toya, 23V4c; J. N. Jaquez, 234c; J. P. Vlalpando, 23MiC; C. W. Fisherdlck, 23 c; C. J. Kirk, 23e; J. T. Jaquez, 23e; D. Trujillo, 23c; T. Herrera & Son. 22c; John" C. Herr, 22c; Water & Price, 22c; Cornelius Bros., 21c. Mohair returns to J. G. Archuleta and R. Jaquez were 32c. Klddoo Kill Three-Foot Rattler. Artesla. A three foot-ten-inch rat tler failed to skiddoo quickly enough to escape James Klddoo who has a farm southwest of town. Klddoo, who Is not kidding, put the skids under the rattler all right and killed it, dis covering It bad twelve rattle and the aoaventlonaj button. Waatcrn Newspaper Union Nnwi Service. DATKS rOR COMING EVENTS. July 11 -il Encampment N. M. N. fl at Demlng. Ann. l-2. institute of Science and KS- ucatlon hi Santa Fe. Aug. 17. Democratic State Convention at Albuaueraue. Aug-. 24. Republican State Convention - at Santa, e. August Meeting; State Press Ass'n at Albuquerque. August Democratic State Convention at Albuquerque. . Sept. -ll. ban Juan County Fair at Aztec. Sept. 14-18. County Fair at Farming-. ton. Nov. 23-25. Meeting State Teachera' Association at Albuquerque. The Santa Fe will build an $18,000 depot at Silver City. The Charles Springer ranch at Springer shipped 100 bulls to Lander, Wyo. Alamogordo la making heavy ship ments of early peaches to El Paso and Oklahoma. Fourteen or fifteen cars of honey will be shipped from the Pecos valley this season. Farmington is shipping one hundred crates of cherries daily. The crop la reported large. That 250,000 bushel wheat crop for Quay county is creating lively Interest all over the Btate. New Mexico will have a display of gems of the value of $25,000 at the San Diego exposition. -A number of farmers on the plains claim they will harvest thirty bushels of wheat to the acre. A number of lawyers of the state are up for disbarment for practice un becoming their profession. Over 350,000 pounds of wool clip of sheep owners around Carlsbad will be taken to RobwsII for selling. The department of public Instruc tion has granted state aid to district 42, San Miguel county, for $350. It is stated at. Clayton that one firm has shipped a million dollar worth of cattle this season from Union county. To Mrs. Charles A. Garrett of Ala mogordo belongs the honor of being the first woman peace officer in New Mexico. Crops are reported growing at a rap,d pace all tnrough Qay COUnty. Wheat harvest 1b on and an idle man. is a curiosity. The postofflce site at Arroyo Seco has been moved 250 yards east of its former site and Juanlta G. Mare baa been appointed postmaster. At thirteen hundred feet more oil was found In the hole of the Seven Rivers Oil & Gas Company southwest of Artesla. Also considerable gas. Reports which seem to be from a re liable source state that oil In paying quantities ha been reached at Oil City, twelve miles west of Lakewood. "Pumpkin Pie Day," Maxwell's fa mous festival, may be doomed. There Is now more than a possibility that it may be changed to "Gooseberry Pie Day." The department of public instruc tion has Issued a special Instructor' certificate in the department of phy sical training to Junie Y. Fleming of Albuquerque. , The Gypsy Queen Mining Company has acquired title to the Madero mine at Steins. The purchase price is $6,- 000. It is a good producer, running from $8 up per ton. - Work has begun on two big Im provements to the United States In dian Industrial school near Santa Fe, consisting of a $16,000 brick building and a large reservoir. Bert E. Slsco, of Columbus, Luna county, has filed a petition in bank ruptcy In the United States District clerk's office, giving bis debts as $1, 882.52 and his asset as $1,107.28. Governor McDonald has appointed the following notaries public; Ellseo Ort,ega, Trampas, Taos county; John W. Green, Palomas Springs, Sierra county; John Mum, Albuquerque, Ber nalillo county. - The 370-acre ranch of John Bellsle, located eight miles south of Raton and formerly known as the Mendelson ranch, was sold to Engineer Geo. B. Bourne, who will inaugurate extensive Improvement on the place, That county commissioners are re quired to take up warrants issued by the county clerk for wild animal bounties in their order of issue inde pendent for what year the funds levied to pay bounties are collected, eema to be the gist of an opinion Issued by Attorney General Frank W. Claney, Suit was brought in the Federal Court at 8anta Fe on removal from Valencia county by J. I. Baite and M. E. Baltes, surviving parent of Edgar Baites, deceased, plaintiff va. the A. T. & 8. F. railway defendant, for $3 000 damages for the fatal Injuries Edgar Baltea la alleged to nave re ceived when a Santa Fe locomptlvt I ran ovw him at Becker, 1 If ' :." ft i, . r a 51 tmnr"- Reports from Tamplco are that Our Illustration shows the custom taking the city from the federals. SHOWS A SURPLUS Government Receipts for 1914 $33,000,000 More Than Expen'ditures. SECRETARY M'ADOO ELATED Points Proudly to Total Figure at Proof of Administration Promise for Tariff Law. -. " s -. ' Washington. Treasury figures just completed showed that the federal government went through its first fiscal year under the Wilson adminis tration with Its income exceeding or dinary expenses by $33,784,452.07. Nearly 33 million dollars, pouring into the treasury the last day, brought the total receipts for the year up to $734,343,700. This Is 20Vi million above Secretary McAdoo's original estimate, and turned Into a surplus what had promised the day before to be a substantial deficit. Corporation and Income tax pay ments furnished the stream of gold at the finish. From this source came $26,161,782.82 between the opening and closing of the treasury the last day. Secretary McAdoo and other ad' ministration officials are pointing proudly to the total figures as proof of their promises as to what would be accomplished under the new tariff. - Surplus Goe to the Canal, The treasury surplus this year, as last will be wiped out by Panama canal expenditures, which have been paid from the general fund, in the twelve months $34,826,941 have been spent ' on the canal. When tljls has been charged off there will be a defi cit for the year of $1,010,058.81 on the books. Last year the canal expen diture amounted to- $41,741,258 and the final deficit wa $400,733. Last year's total receipts were only $691,140,000, but on the other hand the ordinary expenditures were only $654,805,000, or $45,754248 below this year's total. Secretary McAdoo esti mates that approximately 3 million dollars in scheduled Income and cor poration taxes, assessments not paid in June because the penalty does not accrue against these assessments un til July 10, would have been a clear surplus for the year of approximately 2 million dollars. Congratlatea Administration. The secretary sent telegrams of congratulations to President. Wilson,' Representative Underwood, chairman of the house ways and means com mittee. WILL TAKE ITS MEDICINE Big Business Notifies President Wil son That it I Ready to Co operate With Him. Washington, D. C. Big business la ready to take Its medicine. One of its chief representatives, J. P. Mor gan, has so Indicated to the President. Mr. Morgan told the executive that the business men of tbia country are not antagonistic to the administra tion. They were aa eager, he said. as the President is to see the greatest possible business activity throughout the country and are very willing to co-operate. All they ask is to ta shown Jua, how to da ;t'. t ' 4V MM the Americans there are living in. constant fear of attack by the Mexicans. bouse In Tamplco where General Gonzales has made his headquarter since SHOOTS AT DOCTOR CARMAN Man on Bicycle Attempts to Assas sinate Free port Physician While Making Professional Call. Freeport, N. Y. Dr. Carman, In whose office Mrs. Louise Bailey was murdered recently, was shot at three times as he drove his automobile through the town of Baldwin, near here. None of the bullets struck him. The doctor was on his way home from Rockvllle Center, where he had been to attend a patient. Dr. Carman told the police the story of the attack upon him. He had been out making professional calls all after noon and ' passed through Rockvllle Center on his way home. There he met Garland Gadeh, an actor, and in vited him to ride home with him. "Gaden accepted my invitation," said Dr. Carman, "and got Into the car. We stopped in a store and as we again got into the car, a small coupe, I noticed a man on a blcyote near he curb. We drove off" without paying any particular attention to the man. - " The man who had followed the mo tor car opened fire when well outside the town. - . ' . - . ULSTER IS READY TO FIGHT Unionist Volunteer In Uniform Pa rade Streets of Belfast With Rifle and Fixed Bayonet. Belfast. Ulster- Volunteers, with rifles and fixed bayonets, paraded the streets here in full uniform, under in structions from Lieut. Gen. Sir George Richardson, their commander-in-chief, as notice to the authorities, it was said, that "Ulster will fight." Apprehension - ia great that the Unionists cannot be restrained from carrying out the plan without forcible measures and, as there are 30,000 armed volunteers in the city, this may result in serious trouble. Police and regular soldiers here are weaker numerically than the volun teera and would be powerless to quell any concerted display of arms unless aided by the Nationalists. In ' such a, case bloody fighting would almost surely be precipitated at once. It ia believed the order is part of a Unionist plan to show the movement's strength In Belfast and that unless means are found to prevent the dis play the streets will be full of martial figures within the week. CONDENSED NEWS ITEMS --Senatora Overman and Chilton were principal witnesses before a com mittee investigating charges of mla use of official letterheads for promo tion of a North Carolina gold mining project. Mr. Overman testified he bought $2,000 of stock In the mine when a treasury expert told him the property was worth $00,000,000. Mr. Chilton testified he owned $2,500 worth. In the ruins of a New York tene- ment house, wrecked by the prema ture explosion of a powerful bomb which killed Arthur Caron and three other persons, the authorities found evidence that Caron's apartment was a center for the distribution of litera ture which was printed there and that nt the time of the explosion it was apparently a bomb factory, fitted with the Ingredients of death dealing mis siles. - , .... li I - ; H : f.-'-f p -. AUSTRIANS BLAME SERVIA Assassination of Archduke Ferdinand and Consort May Result In War. Vienna. Open war between Austria and Servla may come as a result of the archduke's assassination. The government's .note to Servla, demand ing that conspirators in Belgrade, who . ds lerrmeu out ana puumueu, is considered practically to lay the re sponsibility of. Prlncip'a. crime at the door of the. Servian nation. It has greatly added to the rising; tide of antl-Sorvian feeling here. Death by bomb or bullet was a cer tainty lor f ranz Ferdinand, according, to government advlcea from the city where the heir to the empire met hla death. These say the whole city was literally Bown with bombs designed to rnobfl noaooalnaf Irvn rf irta a witi Ir a sure. Viennese are especially Incensed by the endeavors of the Servla press in -Belgrade and other cities to mitigate the condemnation of the assassin by claiming that the killing was due to oppression of Serbs in Bosnia and Herzegovina by their Austrian gover-. nors. KAISER FEARS ANARCHISTS German Emperor Abandon Plan to Attend. Archduke Ferdinand' . -Funeral at Vienna. " Berlin. Kaiser Wilhelm of Germany will- not attend the funeral of Arch duke Franz Ferdinand in Vienna, ac cording to official announcements The discovery of widespread Anar chist plots in the Austrian city made the emperor fear for his life. The greatest surprise was felt here wlian t li a onnnunKimanr w q a m aria It- xtiaa nfnnd.llw o o t ;wl that Aaniolla tlon of the kaiser's plans for the trip came as a result of a slight indispo sition which has attacked the aged emperor of Austria, and that it was not deemed advisable in his present agitated, condition that the further strain of entertaining the kaiser should be placed upon him. To this, tha fifflMnl cvnlanAtlnn want in itiA kaiser agreed. It is generally admitted that only the gravest reasons could have pre vented the visit of the kaiser, Aus tria's closest ally, to the funeral of the Austrian heir. The fear of an Anarchist activity is widely regarded as the only adequate explanation. WRITES FAMILY "I'M DYING' Prominent Oklahoma Attorney Fully Realizes His Condition Before Inditing Final Note.' Muskogee, Ok. Clarence L. Thom as, 33, one of the most prominent at torneys in Oklahoma and son of the late Congressman Clarence L. Thom aa of Iowa, died suddenly ut his home after apprising his family of his con dition by writing a note containing the words; "I think I am dying, send for a doctor." Mr. Thomas had been ill since Fri day of a throat affection. . A bltoj clot In the heart Induced by the ma lady caused death. Hla wife and oua daughter survive. Burial will be at the old family houia at B'.oria, Lfct Iowa, A.