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the and for to al- ora- no- arouse nny- They on all towns tha ul lo and th» to to Catholic the Spanish as having This In for be his be will a them? citizenship, You they mistake power now getting more than he earns must get as an earner as long as usury Is to paid on a public debt. THE SHERIFF PULLED THEM. Two Women Who Answered a Description in The News shcrijfs' Column. Brcnham, Tex., Oct. 27.--This morning Sheriff D. E. Teague arrested a .woman a girl upon suspicion of being horse When the arrest was made they were the act of selling a horse to L. Fink. woman flared up and save the sheriff protty Bhnrp talk, and the girl cried a and tried to get the woman to stop so much. A circular letter from Sheriff Cabcll of Dallas county was tlie cause of the arrest, and the notice also appeared in the Oalvcs- ton-Oallas News, calling on all ofilcers to look put for Mrs. Mary McQee and her daughter Doris. The description given In the letter and that of tile parties arrested tally to a nicety, and tho sheriff is confident that he has the rlnht parties. He wfrwl Pherllt L'abell of the orrwit and at 2 p. m. the following telegram: "Holt! then-.; will come ut o;w«." The woman and eirl are now In jail ing his arrival. Both prisoners bitterly deny being the partloa wanted and (my they have not In Italian for twelve years. They came here Tuesday and registered at the Pen. nlnBton hotel » Mrs. 8. A. Hudson Cora Hudson, und are In company with mun who gives his name as S. K. He claims to be the woman's husband father of the girl, but In a talk which woman had with the sheriff when he ar. rested her the denied having a husband. They came hots aunwn the country from Austin, they say, und have four horses mule and a hack, besides some bedding, camp utenslln, etc, lira. Hudson suy» she went to Austin January and staid there until about a arp, when they left and came here, stou- pln«r at all the towns on the way. She says that she would hove paid Sheriff Tcajfue »5 rather than have hart him n«r, and she supposed that that wai all he coulu get out of the case, anyhow, even if she were the rurht parson. She nays. "It was a mean trick arresting me when he did. for he broke up my trade Unit Dutchman. He might have waited until I nniahed selling tHat horse" Tb« Isews man tried to get her to mako a statement for publication, but she refused to give any, saying that she did not wnnt have her name In print, for lotn of peonle over the state knew her and she did not want to have the name of having- been arrested for stealing homes, even If It was upon a case of mistaken Identity. , ' n talking of her arrest the woman that Sheriff Tenirue had made a very bad mistake In thinking she and her daughter were the parties wanted at Dallas, and that he certa-lnly wan n poor hand at recognizing recognizing people by dtacrlnttun; that neither of them In the least way suited the dc- scrlpllon In the letter. When ankedNlf her hair was not slightly tinged with gray «he said yes. when ahe-dld not dye If sometimes she kept it dyed. The girl had on a sun nonnet which covered her hair. A bystander remarked that there surely must be a mistake, for her daughter did not have curly hair The woman said: "O, yesi It Is curly;" and as a matter of fact, so It Is, And every other point of the description Is correct, but they havu't any bucgy nor brown mare with them. They claim to have had two or i en 1 orses ' wh:ch ln ey have »Id · '{}'" ""y s , a5 ' 3 that " ie woman Is hl« wife, and that Cora .Lee Hudson hi* daughter, Is IS yews old; that his wife 1 ? maiden name was Morrison, and that she ha.i a brother and ulster living, but her parents are dead. Ho says that on August August 10 he was In Columbus and his fam- ily were In Austin, where they occur"led n house on East Seventh street, which they rented from John B. Vlnson He malms that four months ago he was in Helton, aod from there he had gone to Cameron, and had not yet been to DiU- The horses In possession of the iiortle* now art, .lejicrlbed as follows: One gray horse, 1C hands high; one bay hnfse. hnnds hlffh, while face and stocking fee ton* ton* ' clientnut sorrel. 15 hands high; one strawberry roan, 15 hands high; one mouse colored mule, about H hands high. All stock seem to be old

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  1. The Galveston Daily News,
  2. 28 Oct 1893, Sat,
  3. Page 4

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