Monterrey, Mexico Coyotes Eat An Englishman, May 1902

Special to The New York Times

AUSTIN, Texas, May 22 — A dispatch from Monterey, Mexico, says that D. Campbell Davies, a young man well known in many cities of Mexico, was eaten by coyotes near Paila Station, on the International Railroad, between Torreon and Monterey. Word was received here yesterday that a ranch workman found the remains of the skeleton of the young man scattered among the brush not far from Paila. Bits of clothing and some papers identified the scattered bones as those of Davies. Davies was the son of a rich Englishman and came to Mexico several years ago. He dealt in mining supplies.

May 23, 1902 edition of The New York Times