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tVlNUll I-JHAI!), TtritlBAY, 3VTK 27, llll.
US GRUCMS 1SI e MEXICO WELL XCLLEHT El IS OEM WRIT Of
Ml MS RECEWEO
Strenuous Times Ahead of Be-.
linquents After June 30,!
Notices of Suit Already
Sent Out to Men Who Owe. '
tprcUI 4'nrrr)iia,triic- (t Hir llt-mlil)
I.a friKo, s j,nt . -n,
iHMint of education or lli. lotsn oi
14M Crttcus ha started nil uUlvo cam
paign to culloct every ilbllnr or poll
tftx duo In liotm Ann count v or brinr,
HHU! iigsilnnt nil who refuse to im'.
Ptank Jl'tiwlej nml 11. II. Moollor itr
tlin official lullnctom ami they are
Instruct! to xti) nil allK- with abso
iHtuly mi oveoptiom
Six hundred notice have been koiu
owl and several hundtei'l uion- ulli he
mnllil soon. I'ottr hundred dollars
liOM boon nilliu till, leaving ti balance
of tin'' i it x roll of fl.;tuo. Tho loatd
of education has instructed thf col
li'mnih to clear up tin toll mill colled
nil bank tnxos The collector ntv
oiirrylng out those instinct inns with
the result that some. options who
lmvo HlMlitod their ilnt in tho pnrit.
hfivo (Mlil i:i or l tliM j car.
One in an objected to receiving n
HtliH-ntctit o' S for jkiIi tax t'pou III
vestlgnilon t wn roiitul that the man
had recelptH for the yciiis 1W. ntul
11107, that during tin- otirrt of 190X
and Hill!), tin w.'ih Honing n sentence
In tin territorial penitentiary. It wnu
I lion derided thai ho owed for 1104,
I fiflfi, t 'J 1 0. mil. making a total of $.
Tho filial official notice lends na
follows: "Unless jour poll tux
amounting to dollars Ik paid
by .hum !I0, 1911, milt In the .luntlcc
court will he In'ought ngnltut you.
Hen .Section I.l! l.uws of New MoMeo
If'tOr.. Hnld law Hlntes tiint no prop'
erty shall bo exempted from execu
tion In HiiitB for collection of poll .lax."
Kherlff Felipe l.uooro hnH returned
trom a trip to (iaitlcld, whore he wtv
iql some papers on partlvn connected
With civil suits tiled In the district
(ieorgo Courtney of tho Organ mln
inn dlHtrlct hna Hpont part or the week
lit .tie CntccB arranging to begin uc
tlvo wotk on thr I)onn Ana mines.
.1. I. McCitllough, tecrMary oi" thi
Ktophonson-llennott Mining and Mill
ing comiiatiy, has had u party of min
im; men from Colorado Inspecting tho
cdmimtiy's property with u view of
huyltiB same. The Stephensoii-IVn-nut
mines are In the Orgnn mining
Attorney Nunui C ranger spent
I'riday at Anthony on legal business.
Captain Philip DeFhasier linn order
tttl fifty palm or United Htntes "march
I UK shoes" for the members of Coin
pnny A- Those hot- will be worn
by tlio men on their maneuvers thin
W. T. Hcngglns, who 1b mown ud
the expert eutitnloupo grower ol tho
Meallln valley, Htnt-H hat IiIh h.lby
In much littler The r.MId had tie
volopod a cne of Inlantlle pariilyl.
The armory hoard tin arranged to
Klvn an Ar.noiy ltetielU hall on tlin
nlKht. of the Fourth.
J. H. WJcl: and J HollliiKHworth rr
turned Tlnimday nlRht from a short
vacation In Ijh AnaoleB
ThurMday nlht tho UiiIIcb' Aid o
olety of the llaptliit cliurch nave a
Mirlal at the home of Mih. A Scbhoiiih
that proved to he one of Iho moat on
loyabln oventu of tho Kermon. nurliiK
the ovenlUK the foflowlnc pi-oi;ram
Wan U'lidoied Choi uit, "You May
Look for Me;" plwtm nolo, Mm Itore.v;
lecltfttlon. MIih Kvn KnxlcrlKhP. xonjr.
"Sllvdr IlellH;" duel, Mm. Seuhi and
Mw. Dyni; Horiff, Meet Mo ToniRlit in
Drcauiland." duet. Mr Martin and
Archie Pou; bohk. "Where the Hllver
Colorado Wonilti Itn Wy"
.Vbottt one hundrod people were
present. (lamoH Were played nml re
IreshnientR nerved All had n very
' Tho a eruccft lhiHebnll aHHodn
tlon linn completed airanueinentH for
the biff colobratlon on July fourth
Parade, iniuelc, raceii, Kiimefl. Hpeech;
and othKr fornm or nmiiHomont will
ociiupy the ilay until I o'clock, when
n double header ball Kanie will bo
plnyod on the hall KtoundH Just north
if l.ucero'B flour mlllH. After the
ball Kiime, the Indiofl of tho Women's
Improvement tinnocinllpii will serve
loo cream and calie In tho park lor
the bunetlt of the jmrk fund. The
ninioiy board will loo the celebra
tion bv KlvliiK a sraud ball in tho
KupprlnlondHit Paul flavin of the
Philadelphia Conipanv's milieu at Or
trail Wan in has C'riicc-ii the latter part
of tlitw week and rcport-M niunli ar
tivlu in tho Oraan mlnlnu' dlHtrlct
ata3 thai considerable ore will '01,11 bo
rody for shliunent.
If yon want n nyllsh borio nml
h1v,y. rn W U Trimble. 113 Nwrth
Picond Kt Phono No S
Egyptologist Says That Tcrri.
tovy Contains Many Fine
Examples of Archeology ;
May Be Older Than Sphynx.
s mii . I" ' M .Inn. :: . r
IMK "i fleiard t (I.KtloilX, H'l.i .if rt
e uih imiMiiivi. nrni.mni it. Anthony ' Kaiifdin, a eopv of the
ton aohool nlid llatvanl unlwflty; i hill Mr Atithon Imiodlieed' In the
areliaeolotftrtt t'KyptoloRfu ami Hwhtn ! 'hoitHo io prntert tnliuninry wild fowl
mountain cllmb.T; rtueeir,i explor , In the United ntt. Tho llrnt cliuisa
ei of the Htihata dntort anil Irnwler'of 0,0 act teinln- Pe It onanted bv
Vi note; -tmletit of muuy modern arid uu. niMiate and h.ntHe of roprenrtvn
Hevetal an- loin and "exiu't" lanipiiiitcH ,.tlvH of the United Stale or Aniotl-a
ItKhnllii-.' drool,, ilaimorlt arid V.kyv In eonKiooji aembled that It 4hnll bo
Man. et. Sew Mexico hiiN a ureal unlnwMI lor any peicon to kill or cap
.nan, inter -imn op)ottnn!Mon lot die , ,ur,, any wild roohv wlhl hwiiji, wild
undent of arclmoolojty pelican, wild crane, wild duel:. nl.o.
Mr dlptioux mild- F.ir ho It fioin 1 plover, woodcock or tall ftom .Inhu
me to .lltninlsii the Klory (tf.your nn-
iipiltloM, lot 1 nnvi toao MIm Akh y
V ham Hliiiiiliititlm: article in the
3ittuidu) HuMiliitt Pout, and Jh. many
or hot -tatomeiitH I nci'eo with ber
Ceilaiii ii ix. Santa Fo and thu pqiilh
west Hhould tin tiocii befofo op j -.
Mr dlKfioitx l xiontly LPorontt ,1
In the hUiori of Hiintii IV and wr n
caller on (lovoruor aud Mm. Bradford
Prlnco. who reside part of each )'ir
at FliiKHilti)C. near hlH own blithplnop.
Mr. (ilRiioux Hpeut hours ntn over
the ninny etirloH In dovcrnor nnd Mm.
Ptlnro'x tniiNi'iun, and unld the" hnvo
our nl the moit intorontltiK iiMvuto
caMrttlotifi !o ho seen in tho so-itl,-wont
Mr (ilRtionx Is Ktlll under 30 years
of hro, imt be ha traveled lunch and
Kindled more lie wan a member of
the patl which went up the Nllo in h
private Miclit which Included llionHon
C!uttln-r, IiIk brother. Ilayward t'ut
tliiR of the diplomatic service, dor
don (lardner, the military ex-port and
FtratoKlKt, l)r, Frederick M HIhop,
tho dlHtltiKMished Umdon phyHlclmi
nml plnywrlnht. l.-ord and Uuly IVs
ert and their daughter, ,ady Sibyl
CuttiiiK, xlHter-lu-law of Uiotixon Cut
tlin;, and mam ntherK.
Mr. fllgtinttx explored tho temples
and kltiKn' tombH ut Tlicbef, and bin
knowlodKo ot hlcio(;lyiiilcB nldcd him
much in IiIh MtudieM. Ho later made a
darin caravan trip In tho .Sahara dos
ed! to Heuinh. and buttled with the
Krent Hand Htorma which try tlio hard
Ho nan prominent an a mountain
climber, nsccndliiK tho Dolomites lu
Tyrol. Tlii'M' pealia nuKiime tho mold
funtaKtlc forum and are much fro
rpientod bv travelerH every iti:nmor
m wed n
Despite Mother ' Opposition,
She Intends to Marry Las
Vegan Convicted of Kidnap
ing His Nephew.
l-a Venn, N. M., .June 27. c
.ordliiK to word received bore from
Iter boon? In r.os AiiKi les, AIImh Jlom
t'rawfoid, who was here for several
days !Hltliu- the parents of tier
lover, Will HoKcrs.. who was con
victed last March, may marry blin.
Mix I'rawford Is sabl to bo pre J
pnrliiK to itppeul to flovernnt Mllln
to 11.11 ilim ltOKcr-4.
Mttlo Waldo ltoer was kidnaped
Maroli 2.i. laM. Itone visited her con-vlet-lnver
Inct Hutulny and tinfoUleil
tier plann. Tit- Ir weddlni; was to have
tnkett plnet. here thin fall. Iteforo,
leavlitK the Oallfomlu city the ulrl
tola friiiuli she iXpeot"d still to bo
Tim Klrl luiH been living with the
ltOKiirs family wbre she juotiably
wilt remain until iho pardon appli
cation In actml nu.
"Havi' you ever been to the Zoo""
".No sir. why do you ask?"
"I was Just tbrnkltiK how thrllliim
yoli'd llml It to sit and watch the
tortoises whU by." -The Tattl'T-
Lad Tlmt pipe you wore iti
liomid to 'have mcitdcd yetentn
j p uks as badly a ever.
Jobber -Old you keep the eint-irn
Lady - No. of ciptrHp not.
Johbor- Ah. tli'ufs voPn 0on. It.
jou ma depoml. "London op i.ien
Foundry and Machine Works I
How does this little
1200 ulIons per hour on ono pint of asollne or distillate. No ilie to
bother any lonitor with windmills; can bo nttaclied to uny kind of jiff rill' ,
"you need ono for your ranch, for ymir liouco supply, for y'
teiliiK your Kardun. They can ho used for a doon other purpoi-ON
When not pumpliif; water. Tluy aro no o.binp you can afford several of
them. One man hnuulit lt for bis sheep ranch. Oct our prices.
Can fit you out with turner six plants too-, T.'t us mako you a nn
osltln. flenoial ativiits for MaKnolla Metul. the best Antl-FrlctUm M 'nt
CjtHtliiK-f. Pipe, Tron nnd Rleol nnrs, Iron Hog Trouli. rtenms and
fllrdcrs. Mnnufnotureri and jnbhors of evorytlilim In iron, Stoel and Mi-cbln'ry.
Write or see u$
Wwh fluW (Mice AWMMtMUt N.M.
Game Warden T. P. Gable is
Recipient of Able Act From'
Kansas Representative Re-ganfing-
Citllf. Tc. V M, June il 0,iiK
nnd I'liih Warden Thomim I 'inhle
hail loeelVOil t'riini 'lliiiiMiftiif.lnllvA II
ary in to Annum 13 Inclusive, earn
Thin act In 10 apply to all miKta
tni) came hiulrt whoso hnbltat lit nrit
llxel but In of a migratory ir Inter
Mr dnble sayH he thlnkH the bill .1
wine ino for heretolore the people ot
ouch Klalo have disregarded the rlKhtn
of thoHc water fowl who fly from slate
)IL M ,mI.h,1'''1!
ptotert them (lie same as birds loss
tiottiHdlo In habits, are witootod.
Torrhorlnl Trensiirrr M. A Ototo
hns docplvcd M10 num nf $S.i!;p,i.."'J from
J A llalrd. feasuror of Otero count .
Territorial F.tiKlnoor P. I. Miller's
publication on good roads has been
in tiront ilciiiiuiil and the bltr Mtack of
coplen In tho onuinoet's ofTloe haa
dwindled down until onl n few
oopioR are loll
Il.wlrotrrupher d II Itussell has re-1
turned fio:n the Itio drande station
where bo transf.'ried Uiu nutomotlc
HaiiKni o the Frestinl Hydroaraphlc
mirvcy near AlnmoKordo, an autonintlo
Raiiucs of n new typo will bo place I
ut the Itio dmndc station
f 0RTALES IRRIGATION
Port. lis. X M., Jutirt The oc.
end soinlnniiual Klockholtlors' meet-
Itifc- of the Portnles Irrigation com -
pany was held here latit week. It
was very well intended ami nearly 1
ait thr atom istimvi wns roprusontn. pu. u Wo tnc Mexican -aw ap
Uvpoits Were made from parties niicibl.- to the case and Hectlons of
ropresontlns holdliiRH in widely dls- ,1,,. 0,,,,-titutlon which bad hutn vlo
trlhutod sections of the project, all mU,,j
strlklnc the Hft;nc c.liord of conll.a-nc.. ; l lllt.f ,, ,lo. , M,ani, (itl(1
10 wnni. wiih aciiiiiii 10 mmu 111 1111-
way of crops nnd of their desire to no
on to tho perfection nf tho plant and
the system. Klpuros wore introduced
from what has already boon accom
plished lu KXowiuK alfalfa which Mwv.
conclnslvoly that the fnrmor can, by
rjiowliiff this crop, pay out tlio water
rlKhl on his land In two years cio,v
A.ioul fi.OUO ncroH of land ai nn-
doifOl.i aetual ilevolopment midcf
the project, out of the 10,(io0 which
have broil wibserlhed. On thla fi.oiM
r.cres can bo found all tho -,;iowIiik
ciops common to this ,wne. Soint
of the wells lu tho project nro to-
dny doliijr service In slaklriK tho thlrA"t
f those crops, and from now until tho
flose of the season the plant will bo
liinnltifT full capacity
While thin wns not .-. scaKOti for iho
tlnrorklnir of bottled-ttp oratory which
had boon Imbibed by the water users
duritiK their lonely vlplls oJoiik tho
pittllnR and swirling IrrlKntlon
ditches, vet nn occasional hnrt ct
outhuslnam was itidnlKod which
leaked out lu the bro.td sinlllmr faciM
of the crowd ns they retired from H10
tnoetltiK. Thli kooiI ftdlownhlp nplilt
wns evoked as n moult of tho hiiccoss
of iho enterprise In Its past two yenrn
of Htnnrcloft and the portent of what
the future holds u ntore.
TleafnosM Oannnt Ito Coro
by local nppllcatlons. as they cannot
reach tho diseased portion of the ear.
There is only ono way to euro deaf
ness, and that Is by constitutional
romedlem. Doafneiis In caused by an
Inflamed condition of the mucous lln
ln of tho KuMachlan tube. When
this tube Is liiflntnfld you h e.vo a
rumbling sound or Imporfoet Itoarlmr.
and when it Is nntlroly closed deaf
ness Is tho result, nnd unions the In
flammation can bo taken out Kind this
tube restored to Its normal condition,
neurit) will be destroyed forever:
nine cniies out of ten ure cattsi d by
catarrh, which la nothing but nu In
flamed condition or the miictioun sur
faces. We will lve One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Heafnet-s (camo-d by
efttui'rh) that cannot be cured by
HuMl's Catarrh Cure. Send tor circu
K. J. CI1I:N1:V & CO,, Toledo, O.
Hold by nil druRKlsts, "Be. !
Take Hall's Family Pills for constl"
pumper strike you? x
Man Who Is Wanted in Reno,
He v., Makes Unsuccessful
Application for Freedom in
KI Paco, T x i, Juno J?. Tho
wilt of liAbn 1 Tpiis uskoii for by
tlmirHe 4W)mhi. mills peter Itacler
vleh, who- i ofintr bold lure on 11
churj-o of iiinrdir In llonoi lias been
deitleii by Jiko Harper. Wllson'ii
aiio-m-yst nntifl'd Hi" court of their
iitntbiti to appeal.
Wilson nllcgtM that bo was arrest
'd in Juium June y, tuken to thu
Juaivz jTvii in tho police of that city
curly In tho niTiiltiK and wbon ulftht
-1010, wiu rusbod to the Santa Fo
bildf-o In a hii-'k trlveu by the .Mux
Iran police .nut turned over to de
tectives ,1, i .mansel and tleorno
Haiobl. He ciiituis to have horn kid
naped and so lllf-Hiilly deprived of
hln liberty on mis account.
In the hahras corpus prooeedlntis
In tin- 34tli ditlrlct court, Frldhy,
both thr ilrf.ti-o atul the prosecu
tion brought ui' many witnesses,
boon arrVitPd lii juViim
and Ii' Id lit thr- jail for many monthi
had occupied the coll next to Wilson
and had bocuno unpin luted with
him ttioro. On th" nmrnltiK of June
!i, bo snld he ias In Wllsnn'R room
lu Jonrex nh-ut It- o'clock in tho
morula, when the Juaroy, pollco
catnn to the in:n and placed Wilson
oinloi- iim-st vlthout a uarrant or
l.irrs, anrt vwk lilm to the Jail.
Ttitmon Poiirft, tlio hock driver,
v-h bad hreoRht Wllsop and the
men to tho K.nu.i l'a orldRe, testified
tnai wiuiin ii nl neon turned over
to doieotlvts Stansol and Hnrnhl by
tip men who pad hint lu charge on
iho Mexican .ldr of the hrlilRr.
Juan Amadur, a Junros! Attorney,
ttmk the Rtnuii mtd testified as to the
Mexican law pertaining to Wllnon'q
cose. Mr. Amide,-, after bolnir toll
j the partlenlnr- of the enso, uavo
'nH opinion that too takiiiK of Wilson
to the Auiotleuii side was a ease of
, kldnapltiK nnd w.is one of tlto ni-st
Nerlous otfenoi- In Mexico and could
h,. punished by a te-m of 12 vniri In
told of his rapture of Wilson on the
American side of ibu brblKO. sold
WINou allKltied from a e.irrl.iKe And
wild: "Hi rp I am, stansel, come and
hoi mo," and immodlatoiy lie wa-i
placed undrr arrest,
t H - donloil tlKit CU-n .tone do la 1. 11.
' Mlanco, the military chief of Jtinror.
(had been paid I20rt to deliver Wilson
H'lectlve O..ro Harold did not
npponr an a wIUiofs as be went on
''Is vocation a few days ao.
Detectivo .Hmlili and Hborlff c. P.
FT.oi, of iti-no, Nov.. nUo teMlfied,
but Smith's testimony corroborated
Chief sinncer whlb Ferrol told of
in.- mnri'fer of a man oamrd lthot-
trout, for the kllllni: of whom Wilson
Is allecd to bo Wanted.
Alter tb0 evidence wns all taken,
Jiidte Harper announced that he did
not Hunk that ti writ could be rant
od on this eldotteo and Wilton's at
torney aa v notice of npponl.
NORMAL SCHOOL IS
10 REM) LECTURE
Col. R. E. Twitchell to Ad
drew Students and Friends
Friday Evening on "Sol
diers of the Cross."
I.as Vegan, X. M , Juno 20 Col. It.
H. Twitchell will address ttu students
of tho Normal school and their friends
Friday eveuliiK on the Soldiers of
The lecture is to bo given prPnarllv
for the students of tho samme- school
hut the public r Invited nnd uri?e'
to be presont. AdmlsHlon will ho on
tirely free Colonel TwItrHcU's lec
lino will bo llltptirated with a store
opllcon I'lcisirOH of men. places nnd
iloenui'iits asMtclateit with the con
ileal and early history of New At..
Ico will be shown. Tho lecture dealn
with the work done by the Fiancls
cans in carrying cnrlstlntiltv into
New .Mexico, Colonel Twitchell In an
urn Horn y on eurlv Now Mexico his
Wry He dellverod his lectuio ut tho
Normal eatly las Mnrch. The ad
dreas was so much appreciated that
Colonel Tivltchell has boon freipiciil
I) n;'ci lo repent it
Another Interesting oveiil will oc
our at thr Normnl on the evening ot
Jnlv 3. when a recital will bo given
by teachers In ihc. department or mu
sic, assisted by local talent. Miss Llvu
Mchty, teacher of vocal mimic; ,ilnn
MnrKiierlfc Cliixton. teacher of oinnn
Miss dracc Klhio, tonchur of mando-J
Itn; Ptorosiior It, n. I.nrkin, hnsxo
Miss Murv nosi, rOnder and others,
will appear On Miu program. The
Highland Film; will bo dancoii tv
hoyi trtid girls wHo ilolcMi tho audi
once at tho opera house on tho even
ing "The dlrl From Vnssar" wn'
given The recital will bo free noil
the pnblU Is Invited,
II IBtfltfiN no insula now
TBI MW WJWI HWH. .
a mw rnnvtwti. 11
lUB'P 101 llltfl
IJffkivJ dliectlosi In
an excewtvc heavy biftcr taste that it unplaat.
makes it a
Followers of Jesus Rnelna Are
Deprived of Rifles at Cana
nea, and Commander Will
Likely Re Tried by Court.
Canatu i.. Sonora Mexico, Juno 2T
necmuc of creating soveral disturb
nnces locentlv, I? In likely that Cup
tain .le.sus lluelna will faco a court
martini He in chaigeii with being
the cause of all the trouble here on
Inst Uutttnlny night, when he was
artested and his men demanded his
On Monday evenlnn of this ,
ul-c); he again caused 11 disturbance
by a gun play In a saloon In tho re
stricted district and he was disarmed
by police and sent to his quarter.
Again, on Wednofldsy evening, he be
came Intoxicated am the officials
wro forced to again place hint nmlet
tin .-St. and he was taken to the cttar-
tel c..neial. whom bo u confined ut
Following bis arrest 011 Wednesday
evening his men. numbering about
100, were disarmed, and they will re
main so until it Is decided what will
be done with their captain.
den. lmielln, military governor of
Honora, Slualoa and lowtr Califor
nia) who.io hcadipiartorK are lb Catin
nea, reports thnt the ttoubles in Low
er Csillfornla bavo come to an end.
Tho gotn-ml has been In communica
tion with iho authorities and Socialist
baileib for some time before the lot
ted ngreed to support the new.govern
meiit. it was due to the general's diplo
macy that the .socialists agreed to
Tho Bforv printed In the border
newspapers recently to the effect that
Go dead rebels were found burled In
the cltv cemetery who had boon exe
cuted by the previous administration,
is declared a cnuard.
Tho truth of the mnttor Is that the
men referred lo weto sent to Hernio
slllo and placed In tho federal army,
aud possibly somo nf them now lie lu
the unmarked graves In Agua Prlota,
Pros or along the Yaqnl river.
Th.- trains 011 tile S. I', do M rail
road nro now running on tho old
schedulo below Nojrult-s. Tho tralris
now leave nt 10 p. m. rtnd return t
7 n. nt., as before tho revolution.
The telegruph lino to Arlapo wb
repaired this week nnd now nioAHtKea
tire accepted here for all points In
Sonorn, where there wns a tli'Kraph
station before tho war. The Arlpo
Hermnslllo Hue wns so badly cut by
the ItiBiirrectoa that tho rebuilding of
the entire lino wns necessary.
On Thursdav tho rest of tho mull
which has been held In Nnco, Ariz.,
for several weeks, wns brought to
town, and there were several wngon
loads taken to tho porftofllco. It con
sisted mostly of llrst class mntter.
Site lleluu l.iMM-cteir ror Primmed
llpti-iMftlntrli Plant on HeH.Ia -
lei-, or dlla
siKir city. N. M., Juno 27. II.
Vim .scbni, a promluuitt atnl we(ll
kn-iwn l oiisuWIng nngjuocr of Uo-
trolt, i in the 'olty, navlng Jit re-
turned fruin the t'iper C.lln whore
he is opt to limped a site fur a pro -
posed hMlro-eleetrlo power pluiit..
back of which In H It Johnson and
other well known men In the Mogol-
ion mining oistrici. Kim nrer Hohm 1
Is not dlsiiohcd at this time to give to ,
the public a full roport of his IiivomI-
He strongly Intimated, however,
that he was very favorably InipresM-d,
and evidently believes that a large
electrle li lit can be located at tho
point he examined, thnt will more
than supply cheap power for all pur'
P"scM of the mtnnH now npcuitlne in 1
tin Mogollon mining district, distant
from t ie propoxpd plant about 10
The rreciion (,f rui-Ii a plant fnenns 1
much to the mining men in the ills- )
trlct and nil ar deeply Interested
In the siieeeHft of the enterprise, it
Will finely boom the Moimllnn .1 1 n- 1
trlct and give an ImpotiiK to the mln
lug IndiiHtry Hint It pas never had.
Kuujneer Hnhm will make a full re
port giving etnlinufoH or cost of con
Urttofion and number of horse powr
that can bo dewiopvii.-
call for lirflit br tKinkinfT to
tkam. The Pabit procM
a rich, whoUome beer,
and With a ctiieate ap-
flavor found in
Orir a ette toJay.
Up to Date Plant Now Being:
Installed, and Number of
People Will Re Employed
AlimogoiJo. N. M., Jtlbo .SJ.- Af
ter a number of inoftoi'tiial attempts
tt secure a canning factory In this'
city, worK has at last been nctualt
commenced on a modern pl.me of
There never was any doubt about
lb desirability or such , plant, stilt
I... .,.... I.. ... I S
.,-,'..,.,, ,ltlir ,..,
How, not In tiio future, but r.ctually
This canning plant way bought by
the Alantojt'a.'do Improvement Cv.,
from the Northwestern Stool and
Iron Co... of Ban Claire, Wis., at i
cost ot 11,500. It has been unloaded
."d partly connected up In the build-
'"K J,lsl souiu oi ltotiHeau's j
The capacity la 5.000 enns a day.
Tho company Ih now In correspond
ence with an expert cnttwr at ltos-J
well. If liU services are Kectirod, the
plant will ho put In operation some
time next week. A carload of 50.OOO
cans in now on the r.oad. ,Tbu
amount of fruit iho company will
haw availably for canning will de
pend upon thu amount or rain fall
and the amount of water available
for It rlcntlon.
If the fompauy successfully hand
lit Its own fruit crop. It tnny be pos
dole for the plant to can products
for other fruit growers, Assurances
have boon receivid that It will b
possible to dlspoic of the eiitlrel
output of tho plant without any dif
ficulty. TUBER CUTTING
Work in Ajo District of Mexi
co Once More Taken Up,
This Time by the Abenheim
Oananea, Son., Mx June :T.
Work has been begun by the Itlcbnrd
Abenheltn contpniiy in cutting timber
In the Ajo mountains on tho trait of
land which Is known as "Lot No, t "
j portable (inwmill Iiiih been In opera
tion for tho past three weuk and
coimlderablo Umber has already fallen.
At prevent tho operations are being
; coiidttdtcil In Fig canyon, which bus j
oeen epriHtetied ".Modem camp, ' for
! the reason thnt It was In this canyon
that tlio Imeurrectoff wi re camned dnr.
'An ,UV' ?iHt utei and had their
; - "n,1,,,'lr,;fH Uu u " lite,l on
,'"!t ,,r.u,e rino, and Vsa-
I hnl, on the Nacozarl railroad, is but
! 15 mjlcN away,
I A ne mill Is under conxirnctloti at
it hi; tamp. The sklilwnys are now
Ltjolng built. The company h!m plans
To erect a furniture fuel oft 011 the
! it is ilnderstood that the Southern
Pacific lljs of Mexico will build a
bVaneh line1 from Del .Wo. a wtatlon
between Cunanea ami Nuc 1, to the
mountains, and that th lino w
used for the transporting of jirodu
tlotiH or the company, which Include
timber, (little, grain, etc.
The company ojtpccta to have ev
erything running nicely lu about throe
months nml on 11 scale which they
have boon contemplating since the or
ganization of the company was per
fected. ( oinddcrnhln lalid is already
under cultivation and a Inrue mini
bei of cattle are on the ranges,
SAILORS OF AMRRICA
Offlei-rs and .Men Am HlMmn JliwfMt.
Mty of Kmyrrn- mill f tit. People
and Ifnw Tom Kro Mliutie.
Kiel. Juno t" klel'f. proirrnm fori
tho eiiiertalntneut of the tflleora and
mn of tho sroonrt divMlii of th
1lt-lllrWll ithu Av.
t'nlted States Atlantic fie" proirj;
most elaborate, nnd with IJiiiperor
William, toe entire navy, th Herman
ynchtsuir 11 and the city eoleinaMutt,
It Is leaving the Americans with
scarcely, a moment free nft"r noeos
sary ship diithn ltae boon tiorformod.
Prince Henry of Prtusln gave a
gardon parly to the American oltloers
Snturdny n'fternoon nnd In the even
ing they were entertained on the nor
ma 11 hlps.
The milldrs of tho American and
dtrman ffcotn are frutnrntilng. It
wns noilceable i,t n gnrden party given
the nou-cnmmlMlnnod otllcrc thbi
ovenlng that the Uermnn sallora spoke
Fngllsb when convrrtdng with t,ln'
Knipcror William presented th--prlrex
won by the crews of the Kan
sas and Now llnmpxhlrc In sailing,
gig and cutter race S'aturda
FOUND JN PECOS
land Office Officer Reports
Host of Giant Cedars North
of Fort Sumner Turned to
Stone in Ages Past.
Fort .Sumner, N M Juno 5GThe
dlscow rj of a pm rifled forcM Kcron4fJK)
orily to tho great orip of Arlzdtin liny
been made by ItcglMo. A. V. Cur
t c n, of t.te land office bore, about
twenty miles north or this city on tho
loft bank of the poena. The troen
nro nil cedars nnd some or them
must have bon glnniH In their day.
Sotno of the fallen trunks measuro
over three foot In diameter. Tho
specimens nro In a remarkable state
of prchcrvnttnti, wnm of .litem hav
ing their branchen Intact. Ilvcopt
for thMr weight and hnrdnenn, no ono
would suspect that they had not died
during tho last ten yenrs It hurt
been sugRtfltod that tho dlscovorv bo
mentioned to thr department of tlio
Interior with n view to having land
upon which tho trees are lying,
which is of connldora'olo extent, set.
aside as a national monument, n
has been done with the petrified
foroftt In Arlronn. 1
Cured by Lya E. PiMdiam's
Morton's flap, Kentucky. "I uf
fcrwd two years with fenutlo disorders.
Ma 1 1 f. T
iii.v neaiiii wu.i very
bad nnd 1 luRl u
which wns simply
uwfiil. 1 could not
stand on 'jily feet
long enough fii cook
11 meal's vi u't uu Is
without my buck
nearly killing me.
ami 1 w on Id have
such uraucitur sen.
sntiotifi l could
hardly tx'ur It. 1
MpVpv"l"talJ II HI II. J
1 hM erwieud In each aide, could not
I Btltid tlarlit clothlnc and wua'irrorular.
1 was oiMiMueiciy run (town, uu nu
vice I took Lydla K. l'lnklialu'i Vpgt'-
table ComiMiind and l.lver l'ills and
am emnyinir good henltlt. It Ih how
more than two yours and I have not
had an uche or paju aluie I do all niy
own work; washing whd cverytWng.
mm never have the. backache any Moro.
J think your wedlclno Is graud lad I
raiie it to all wy iielgrlihovg. H Jyon
you may publish ft," Mrs. QLurJ
WoobAY.t,, Morton'H (UQ, Keutttcky.T
Ilnckache in a-tymptom of orjNttiLj
wcakuoHH or derangement, if ry(
davo ItavkftchH don't neglect it Tu
Kt perroineiit rIIMf you must reach
e root of tl trouble. XothlrUf we
khow of will 4o tah w surely at Lydla
writ to Nn. piMkhaM. at
far rmU1 Mfrlc.
wl Jjje fbfBlafly
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