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AND NEW MEXICO SUN SIXTEENTH YEAH CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY MARCH. iM I WH. NUMIU.I: IH HID lslOllUlll VjUU 11 1 ! Jury !n Lewi Murder Trial rej turn Verdict of "Guilty of Mur. I drr in the Second Degree." B. H. MITCHELL ON TRIAL C. U. McCrury, of Artcsi, Assist ing Bujac & Brier in the Defense. Cicarge H. I'uss of Koswell, was recalled to the tand to tes tify in the Mfwa lx?wi murder case i uurtiiiny morning ur n whj . ni t - . i . me iirsi witness niter witness after conven- ing of the court at ! o rjloeK. I'. A. Keilter. formerly of Us. well, but now of Meek, N. M., testified that h$ also was a monv I. . !... 1. . I Hearth or the luidy. There was tn important wit - tiess in tne lw-r.-'on of (trover1 James, a yoiinK farmer lad who liad lieen wmkinjr with Lewis and Terh'ir e halini; hay. He stated that the last time he saw1 Terhnne alive was in the oom- pany of Iew W ah nit noon July .".nth last year and at that time he made arrangement with Terhune to assist him next day. On the morning of July .'list Lewis put in appearance aliout 7 to 7:."l o'chn-k and ex plained Terhune's ahsence hy saying that he was enuraed in other work ami he hnd eone to take his place. It is the con tention of the defense that Lewis had the difficulty with Terhune on the morning of July ' 31st and after huryinjr the hody liecause tif fright and iVnorance he put in appearance for work whh (Jrover Jamen. The theory j of the prosecution, it is said, has heer. that Lewis murdered Terhune in cold-Mood on the tnVht of July Iinth and hauled the ImmIv in the darkness of the nijrht and Imried it in the irri gation ditch. James further testified that Lewis told him that Mrs. Terhune was the hest woman in the world and he wished he had one just like her. F W.Craln, a lilnrinniitli of llrxtt-r. 'HK pxnilni unit lU vt'Jiipi'il mune im irtHtit Miint fur the -ri'wi'ruti"ti. IliH ti'Htlmony wan tliut lie iaiih in tlit 4'liuu.. ..i.ii.Iu li.il .... fl.a . t v.l.... i.fi..r i..ai ..f T..ri,..r r.....n (nutiil iirnl vxhunini nnd Ii lieiinl i.rwia n ,,ira. t unrr I'lTimn uiiiii BlMut the hiim cl le. Abnut the fol-. lnwinir fnnvi-matlon was hvld: ' ff I. ...11 , .... ... ... . . M.,.. did you kill TerhunnV , yMt "What iliil you do it for? "I ilnn know." ..1.1..: . the primmer replied, "I don't think no it i ton late now." J. A. Terhune, of Iowa Park, Texaa, father of the -lain man temified as to the.i.eanda.te of hi. dereaxed mni. I lie wa lit yeara of awe liiHt April, li feet and 1 im h In height and weighed atmut I7i puundn. lie alo teHtitied that the widow of hia non wan with I her mother in Arkanna and waa un- ..11.. ... I... ua M ... .. : : . Mmthe.tork wa. NihrduM for the very near future. j The proaecution rented their cane at thin jum-turHnd the fust witnea for the defense wa W. H MunHendi'ti, of ' the ilvil enirinet rinir tirm of Kirio & MuHHenden, of Koawell. and what the ' defenne Introduced wan xirt t- monr. lie displayed an1 explained to tne jury a lartfe map that he had A PM IAS PI gt tVtn tir.imiuiia U hikru titmm ul leB.d homuid; w.. commuted He had meanured the distanvo frmn the hnosatothfl grave and it wa atmut 2.2 to feet or nearly a half a mile. He ,r . rl..r.1n,,.,n i,(WniI ilenTee anil rather thanlutitute the irmn.l iurv ndnaiil: "MoHe I hope you' U't fr k.... K,.n ull u l. r,,lule 1,10 rrrtT'1 iury ffiv,ne. for whut you have dune" a..j:ha'W f fUn" JU? a11 !" iterm: F- L- ""I kins. that tie vruf ' '"' "i1 ly imiti in 'i I-J hour. Williiitn -'. t.rri'i, ii' U.'iwrll, vl.ii H n rif irlii r i f the wan l i' if pitty, WH tl.t" M-l WltM-a f.f II I' 'Il li'lIM' lie h'utiil Oint in I -ii ipii.i.'ii tie rnk I iitnl i.n i If limit iii tlir crave 'II I n t weuh i Vir forty 4iiiiii', it'id n"ine Ultli.'at.a t..r I'm t li...iiit i. .1. IH..1 ftii'i-MUl in tti.ir ..t inioi. it would uili'h ut.it c.nr limilied fM.iir.l Attorney .1. it-ii I. M. -flute, f ihf !rciiM-t.ii.k tl.i- tui.l un.t wiih ?. lt .iUit'a lief ore iflj'Mii i.ni. lit I (iur lny bI'ii rnixili and n lieM -niou (vim hi-id. Mr. Mcflure lad viait- ' .... . . ... ... ... , ... i ed Ire trrut kitu t itm utter tre Im,.v U,,j .v rxtiiim. .1 urd in ti,. r...tt.,m , ol the f-v.. In- iliHiovered a roK i f R. f 'Tatioii II.' i.llVied u j.iree ..f , ttri roi'k m evi'lini H. II, uN t.ii't "ur il tTi'r' li .mtoi.'r;iilm i f the hnuar ..i.r b.i..ri il iu ulli.na.il IVvliii,.,. ti,..' I'l.'t'jrf 1 t.t,i.wn tn tl.e jury ! Sa-urday aftern.H.n aftr inure thu7 a day stent in ta kit.v,' hy the attorneys in th Mo- Lewis. t,.. ft,, I i.n ii... -it .1 t ! ii. m.. when after a very lenjrt'hy ehure hy Jud Pope to the Jury the case was finally closed nml tlu iniv v.f p... If.. . I.. ik...ruti arsl not-on yuilfund int.-ence of the defendant. Jt is said! that the first vote stood ten for fust decree to two for second ai.a,aa..aaara.)wJi, i Toilet Goods !1M i Eddy Drug Company I .a rarest nnd uflerward in talking it over the jurors all agreed the de- !fendant was undouhteIIy jruilty first decree murder, The twoi vho voted for second decree 1 .1. 4 .1 . i l . . iiheu i nii me couiT iinoriii mem whether or not the death penalty ' ii i .. . . i . . . ,, . ' . ,"m,""1 ' i iir.mii-Kri'i'wusiiiiinii. inen:,. j) Jiirvy .informed in the negative it is W. ... St.,u,Wi uml(lin; Haid the two jurors held for'uhn u'iih ..n . . . . . I. - . , decree. It set ms there) was Home douht as towhetlwr oi not a quarrel took place between Lewis and Terhune at the time Qf the munJt.r. At about Beven .... , he 1X.Ty Came ,n WJIIKinR the followinjr verdict: U' the iurv in th hIuiva on. titled cause find the defendant Mo8e Lewis jruilty of murder in the second dejrree as charged in the indictment, J. ). JJ. Hf.tD. Foreman. . ... W" rdllott and John I. Mctlure of Uoswell, defended Lewis without reward, belli ap- pointed hy the court. Fliey in-1 CirTi!,i connJepable private ex- j )tnse and do not feel like puttinu ' UP tne to carry the case to the supreme court, consequently Lewis will have accept the f.l(, jv,,t, l,j,n J,y J,,,) ... After the trial Mr Lliiott told Lewis that it was over and that what lie said '"W would not affect him it tin' iir. an i t i aske.i him. in a as jwynwnt for his s-rvices us attorney, to k-,V' ,lim 11,0 till killing of Tel'isat.o. story i'l Lewis' only answer was fat it. hap-1 ,.,.,i.i ;lw, toll l.iin nn tliu! stand. T. W. MaHiK, yf Wich ita Falls, Texas, an eminent criminal lawyer was hired by the .lend man's father to assist m the prosecution Messrs. Klliott, McCl ire nnd l )i.ity SherilT O. Z. Linley re turned Sunday niornin; from Carlshad. Lewis will he taken from Carlshad after sentence is imposed directly to tho pen itent iaty at Santa Ke. everal civil cases were lis- p M,,,i "f yM,ur,,ny 'V;ninu ut:.l " m,r " . m...un nis- oi p. r,. tira..tl,am nl t..m,n..H the; vers C. W. Swift at plainti.fV ' r.' " j'rr uwe excusinl: S. T. rsittinjr, J. A. Froman. Oarsen KatilT, J. K. II. tlesler. 11. L!airand Stand High t 1 f. in ininrln' uniimi; n-.nil.' of re. tirx'iiii'iit. In inviiinw ynu lucxmil inn lhi. ottVr.id hi-re we lire jwanr- 1 eiluf your Bi'iin.vMl ifveii Imimr us i with call. W nr.' known ma ilia I'lTiarra nf utily tt ' ii(Ht l rnrsand MediCineS Wlii'ii we tMiiiriiiiii'i' l lull on r tui. let K'Ki'ix "' I'l'i'i'iir.tiiiniH mniih is r ilniK in i'l in ii 'i'i' il ii.i iii a tliere ure im hfttrr i 'e liml nny w Inn' ul uny pru . ?! Drujr 5tore in Southwest ff The panel U w incomplete j the court proceeded with tho as- sistance of the cerk to draw jurors frni ,ilt. wH.i a ten p. m.. the followinir were . . . Keiecieo to till out t ne venire of the urand jury ' S. Spronr, I A. SwiKart. R. 1'. Mudjfett, ... w nillK fOII- oik con for this - . ........ .i i. iv i5t.aU, Wm K. Clark. M. Saul. . Orvelle Win Miithn.n I V .!... n A Heckett I (' I irnier ' I'li'ilUr'. , Ifamn, VV II Vl'il... VI' U I I ii 1 1 " " " Jolly, Hubert Keith, L. J. Uyan, Francii Witig, Dollill'Lusk. L. A. Swijrart was appointed fore man by the court and A. C. Kit Kore bailiir to. the grand jurv. W. W. Dean wa appointed type writer for the grand jury. The case of the territory against Hishoj M. Mitchell for grand larceny was called with District Attorney I (). Fullen assisted hy (Jatewisid & Ann- strong prosecuting and ISujae & Firice defending Fight of the! regular jury panel were accepted at once. Twelve names were drawn from the w heel and I special venire summoned. a i 1 J. T. Cooper and (ton Lucas were appointed as biti'ill's to have chain'1 of the jury. After much work in Natninntion ami ; ninny l" t n rejected for c:.un i . i j . . . . . . i , tno loiio.v m t n i jury was iriiy sw.m in: V. .1. (e.sM'tt. I Mo K'-ed, ;.o. Kline, Watwon Cook, j IV W. ("has. Moivan. W. K. II ?tH-U. I'. V. All.rhton. V. T. KeiHin.'er. and Il'-nry !'..ild H. .1. AMii in. I.. M tVliei' win. The halance of the regular jury panel was di.-chaiyed fnun further Mttendaiu'e on tliis term ofrmirt except -even w ho Were t-xcued until Friday ni.irninj. tjeore ISnlr and Jack Ted ford were nripoiiited as kiihil's to attend this term of court. Tuesday court appointed Man uel l'ar.eles as court interpreter. The case of 11. V. Serist niraiiHt John .M urah wa jniisiu-d on motion of plaintitral! ."-. (I. T. McCrarv was entered as ass.a-iati. eoiinsel for defense !m ,,,e nH" oi llui territory uainst Miti liell. The r:..l of Mitchell pmctedt d witii the fullowinjr witnesses: Jose tJareia. J. S. Laves. M. K. Sewalt, V. C. t.iillin, Pedro Memos. Water Ucr' Meeting The Water I'sers met Tuesday 'and the secretarv re i.irti'd lln.t t(, .1 ..... , w .., ,t .. f. . m , - ...... . ... i i'irt uie'iin tot r niV 1 rights had heen i . made vovennir r n'.? . t i i ni i i I linn M Ull'l. 1 ML Mill ll Mand was Pioinesainir well, sal. ! of 2.khi acres h id hecn reiM.rt. d to th. ol tilt Tin- association simv the tirst t year. ' letter from tin Secretary Interior raii( iiijr water to l in i in lands w it it periintieiit crops, J tllOIIRll till owners were not . .. . . .rial.I.ed t , per ,vt water r.hts. was read iind tho secn ury di- reeled to notify th" iarties con - c.i ned of this action. It appears that each upplii'atioti must he' acted upon sepvrately and m its: merits Tiie secretary was also in striK'ted to prepare an article for .i. HI1 Farl.li" as I). L. Meyers had requested. Afterdisp.isinir of the regular routine husiness the Hoard al- jounied. Kank roolnhneti 'When utiurki'd hy a roiiKh or cnia, u I..... .1.. i or hen ymr thruut m nun "...ii mi". i,wn-, ii, raim t take any ,.th. r k..,,l .,f nieili.'ii,,. Ihuii lr Kiuk'n New Urn ,'",'r'" ' ' EldrniKe, of Km. '" . iim'ov- l!.. l 1 1 fc.' fa ery lor iteveit yeura and I know it ih the Lent remedy on eurth for roughs and eoldn, ermip. and all thmut nnd Iuiik troulileH. My I'hildren are "ulijert to west Side at at) early date, croup, hut New (iiscovery iuii'klv . curet every uttu.k." Known the! Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hartshorn world over us the King of throat and ; went to Carlshad, Tuesday, re lung mm die. SiiM under t'uurantee ttirning Wednesday, at r.'l'l v lnig More, '.Me arnl Trial I'ottle free. For Sale At Hopedule ranch. Kaflir corn .' per hundred. Cane seed per hufidred. White Wyandotte, g.sid w inter layers. hiigs$l.(Mf per setting. Jersey Hull calves thoroughbred at farm- ers prices. V. H. Wilson. , Carlshad. ! SQUARE DEALING l ir 'i ii'in.ir ! it in' trn'mi'.' i.il. ,rf I .i . t .i A .'ii. I .'tn -l' it .. nl . . . ' j ;i( ll1M.rw., , Mlr I, , w, . ar,i iwlr ,., II.I'V A I'll litis sl'.li' i ;i- V "fl Ill il lu.i yi-iirs" luii.iiii". riii' i i' i I'lc.'t' lliil' t.au "f 'I'MIll! l'il..iM's ii. Ilir S.ii;ni' (i.'iiluiT way. Tlutl -. -in. ii'it l' niii1 tdi hiwl" "I iU.ilH) Hi 'i" il-urn' fivi'o anil a'l at a fur iti.'- f.ii;iHa, I l l-iT.m III is hTtk vv i'i rui'. We I 1 1 i'I.i'I t :iM yen tn "ur Ii: I ' iiaii'im r... THE STAR I'HARMACV in: tn a 1. 1 1 niuiik Malfia Nrw Items. A. Montgomery went to Carh had Friday. Creed V. Larroniori? went to Arte-ia Friday. j j. ,., ; u . ,,ri(laJ, M r- Mcl hersoll is stiil sick wim ,a v"V Mr. McKlroy ntovd I'nue house into a week. from tent tho thi.4 J. T. San ford moved into tho Ilruce house on Wednesday. J. A. Hartshorn m ivid into the hoii-e vacated hy Nwiford. John Warner and Min drove down from Carlshad Tui sdiy to take care of their orchard. liradintron the imhlie nud he- tveeil tin's iitii.'.. iil I'l.. i ...' i inn iiti: .i..hi...i ,. ...... -,r,i,itni im.1, nt'in. sl "" expect water to he Farmers expect '. tlJI'l,,,, '"t' Mack river from th. canal this week. It. Ilolil.ie retiiriie I Thurs stay at day from , Kosweli. I lew days L. Midday was a vi.sitoe lor !., (.,. a.., i i. i, . ... . .... .. i SI 1. , f(,r Wj( ., K . i ''"'i'l" Lewal'. n went tot 'ails, l,lst ''''l:'.v. The I'arsonave was completed last week and isoicapied hy the inisnir, ii. y Heeler. Mrs. .Morgan Livingston vvas a visitor here Tuesday. W. I'. McKlroy is planniii": to hejrin the construction yf a house of cement Mocks soon. It will he located east of the railroad track. Mrs. M. Livingston nnd Anna IloaK drjve to Living stons ranch 11' I eiiiiesnav ! f li os!i i,t im r nUrcnison spent ! Saturday and Sunday with home i t II. ' V . I l i iiiikf III t arjSoaii J. T. SanLird will hegin erection of a dwelling on tho the The box supper given last Sat urday night, proved quite a suc cess. The proceeds amounted to Siencer FaVllIe, of Lookout i wa!4 m lown Wednesday buying; , ""I'plies for his farm. C. IL Hillings went to Carls bad Moncay. He is sick in the hospital with typhoid. L. K. H.