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7 Saturday, Nov. 25, 1911 ACROSS THE BORDER. Mirror of Events Transpiring in Neighboring Republic. the Chihuahua Enterprise: The ltu rales stationed in Ciudad Juarez are disgusted with the new order of things; their salaries have been re .luced from $1.50 to $1.05 per diem. Quite a number of the men say that if the wages are not put hack to the same old scale of a "cart wheel and a hall" that they will resign and go hack to their former occupations of hack driving or mining, the men say that living is much higher in the border city from being in too cloe contact with civilization, as Kl 1'asoans term their trust-ridden state, and that the idea of their being compelled te exist on one naught live as com pared witli living on one live naught is simply preposterous and can't be done by any brave and valiant ilurale carrying a .'IO-00. Chihuahua Enterprise: By un animous vote of the legislature of tliis state, Abraham Gonzalez, now Minister of the Interior, was gran ted a leave of absence from his duties as governor of the state, un til February fifteen, or three months from date. In his original petition presented to the legislature several days ago the governor asked for an f absence for a period of six months. On the advice of friends he finally consented to ask for three months instead which was agreed to unanimously by the solons at their session held on Tuesday. The general consensus of opinion regarding this latest move by the governor is that he will' resign as minister after the first of the vear and return to this city where he will resume his duties as chief executive of the state. The provisional gov ernor, Lie. Aureliano Gonzalez, is very popular and a very capable official, but Gonzalez's popularity with all classes of people living in the state has had a wonderful effect in straightening out all kinds of petty quarrels amongst the ex-revolutionary leaders over the state, and also in restoring law and order. Chihuhua Enterprise: The secre tary of war commissioned General Pascual Orozco, of this state, on Monday to go to the state of Sina loa ami assist in restoring peace and order amongst the revoluiing in habitants of the west coast state. Since the close of the revolution in May things in general in Sinaloa have been going from bad 10 worse. Upon the resignation of the federal governor, .Juan Jianderas, who never did any lighting worth whispering about, assumed the reins of government and pursued a campaign of getting square with :ill of his enemies within reach, lie thrust many prominent citizens into prison, others he had killed, it is said, and was said to permit men of his old command to sack a n t pillage unprotected villages long after he had ascended to the eat of power. By the elections held several weeks ago he was un seated by capable business man and for a time refused to step down in favor of the constituted odicial. lie also defied the government and was for setting up Sinaloa as a free state, separate and apart from the republic of Mexico. He finally did step down in favor if the elected candidate, hut : his attitude towards law and order has been threaten ing ever since. Orozco will he the military commandant of the state with power for life or death, In other words martial law will reign until the state is thoroughly paci fied and the countn districts are disbandoned or killed. Mexican Herald: Denying that he j ever said that Jose Ives Limantour, one-time minister of finance,tried to bring about peace last May in order that he might continue in his office, Dr. Francisco Vazquez Gomez has answered a letter from Mr. Liman tour appearing in the Imparcial of November 15. "What happened," says the Vazquez letter, "was that Mr. Francisco I. Madero, a friend and admirer of yours, persisted af ter the fall of Ciudad Juarez in wishing you (Limantour) to con tinue as minister of finance under the provisional government, whe ther by an agreement between you two I know not." The doctor states that, together with all the members of the provisional government in Ciudad Juarez, he opposed strenous ly the continuance of Minister Li mantour in 0 lice and that alter two meetings, in which Mr. Madero persisted in his proposition he did make use of a friend in Mexico to llUUly VJCIJCIHI lint i lieu ;iuiuuu,i of the matter. Mr. Limantour stated that Dr. Vazquez Gomez had spoken favorably to the government commissioner, Lie. Francisco Car bajal.Jn regard to the continuance of Minister Limantour in his post. Dr. Vazquez Gomez frays that the person asked three or four porfolios for the revolution and who express ed a desire for Limantour to re main in his post was Mr. Francisco I. Madero. The doctor says he gave himself up principally to con vincing Madero that he should de mand the resignation of the presi dent, vice-president and the entire cabinet with the exception of Mr. de la Barra who could serve as pro visional president. As to wishing the portfolio of cobernacion Dr. 1 r Vazquez Gomez says he never wanted that post although it was offered to him by Mr. de la Barra and Mr. Madero. The former minister of public instruction says he does not consider that General Diaz was alone responsible for the situation which brought about the revolution but that he believes Mr. Limantour was equally responsible. Notice of Contest. (FOR PUBLICATION.) It (tirtiav 'lit i the Interior, I'liilcl Stales I.aii'l Olliee. I'lioetiix. Arizona, etoler ;fn. 1911. To 'IIA KI.KS l'Kl'PKU. i lnnjnesne. or Mowry. Arizona, ( oiite-lec : You lire hereby notilieil that .litrne K. Cuilin. who (fives l'atu" onia, Arizona, as his just-il)iee add res.s, i id oil September I. I'M 1 , i'.le in this oiliee his duly eorroborated uppliealion io contest and secure the caiifeHation ol your Homestead, Kntry No. :M, Serial No. MOM?;! made ,,'ulv I'D, 1 '.;, for K1...NK', of See. f,, S VV N W ; , and NY; tSi , , Section 1. Township 2i S , Kmitfe 17 K. ti. ,v p. all Meridian, and us ground!) for hiseoiitest he Hlieues that sail t. unties I'epper Iihn not res ded upon said land nor any part thereof for about two years last pa.t; that lie has not been upon said 'and nor visited the same since August l.'lO, and fo all a ppea ranees lias entire iy abandoned said land. You are, therefore, further noli'ied that the .said alletfHtions will lie taken by this otliee hs having been con fessed by you, and your said entry will be can celeil thereunder without, your further rivtht to be heard therein, eit her before this otliee or on appeal, il you fail to tile in this otliee within tweiitv days after the l-'OnUTU j.ublieation of this notice, a.s shown beiow. your answer, under oath, speeilically meeting and respond ing to these allegations of contest, or il you fail within that, time to file iu this olliee due proof that you have served n copy of your answer on the said contestant either in person orbyrenist.t redin8.il. If this service is made by the delivery of a copy of your answer to the contestant In person, proof of such service must be eit.her the said contestant's written aeknowltdtf incut of his receipt of the copy, showing the date of its reeei pt, or t he a Hi davit ( f the person by whom the delivery w as made stating when and where the-copy was deliv ered; if made by registered mail, proof of such service must consiatof the allidnvit of the per son by whom the c-opv was mailed stating when and the post otliee to which it was mailed, ami this allidavitmust be accompanied bv the post master's receipt lor the letter. You should s i. a to iu your answer the name of the post olliee to w hich you desire future notices to be sent to 'you. FRANK II. PARKER, lUgister. CllAULKS K. AllNOLP. Ueeeiver. 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