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When in the County Seat EAT AT 03 A DELS' CiFE oa BullarJ trt AMKHU'.VM COOK I M) SEUVICÍ. Coieras Al! EFITOiiiE OF LATE LIVE NEWS lONDENSED RECORD OF THE PROGRESS OF EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD. FROM ALL SOURCES 8AYING3, DOINGS, ACHIEVE MENTS. SUFFERINGS. HOPES ANO FEARS OF MANKIND. IFw.l.rn Nwr.Pr I'm. in l.m B"-rvlc. ABOUT THE WAR IVrltish casualties from the bi'Rln- nliiK of the uur until April 11 total 1 :!.:: f T. It was officially announced In IxmiiIoii. All Herman and Austrian HtibjecU In Sw itnerlattil,' even tlioHe who neer did military service, were recalled by their respective RiivernnientH. KiKlitlna; has been proceeding fierce ly aii'h without Interruption northwest of t'ernowitz, the apltal of Itukovlna, ccordiiiR to private tcleKiauis reach ing Ilcrlin frotn that city. message from Rome says: "A prominent Italian statesman said that the participation of Italy In the war, at least in the Immediate future, seemed less likely now than had been the case for some time." The (ermniiB claim I lint, w ith a rush, they drove the allies back to the Ypres canal, taking l.lKn) llrltlsh and French prisoners and a number of guns. The French account admits that the allies had to fall back, but It states that this defeat was due to the use by the Hermans of asphyxiat ing gas bombs. Hill No. tin has been taken by the British, after Englishmen were lost, but the toll of the Ciermnns was 4,01111, and when the Kaiser's men tried to regain the hill, which holds the key to Ypres, which has been under bombardment for the last three months, more than twice that num ber ire reported to have been sac rificed. While the 730.000 trained British athletes, comprising the new Kitch tier army In France, bombards the Teuton lines in Its "On to Cermany" campaign, the combined fleets of France and England will open war fare on the enemy In the North Sea and the Aegian Sea, and besides that the determination has been an nounced to reopen with renewed fury the fighting for the possession of the Dardanelles, according to London re ports. WESTERN An earthquake shock was felt at Tacoma, Wash. Fifteen South Dakota towns went dry In the recent election, with a tie vot; reported at Aberdeen. A bill abolishing ca iital punishment was defeated in t'n.i State Assembly of California by a vete of ;;o to .. As a result of local option elections In twenty-six Illinois towns, eleven towns were placed in the dry col'imn. Thirty-five thousand acres of phos pliute beds near Vernal, I'tah, 130 miles from the end of the Moffat road at Craig, have been filed upon by sev eral Denver men. Dr. K. Moormelster and Dr. Theo dore M. II. II. Hotopp were arrested at Salt Lake on warrants charging them with involuntary manslaughter in connection with the death of Mrs. Kula II. Smith Tattershall. age nice teen years, formerly of Ogden. James O'Hourke. a member of the Colorado Legislature, announced that he would leave Denver soon for the Najavo reservation In New Mexico, at the head of a party in search of a lost gold mine and tl,(ii0,iiii in treas ure left by a Spanish expedition In 15)0. WASHINGTON Motoring will be permitted In Vel lo stone National Park beginning Aug. 1. Secretary Daniels reiterated with out qualification that the Atlantic fleet will pass through the Panama canal to the Pacific in July. Mrs. William Cumming Story of New York was reelected president general of the Daughters of the Amer ican Revolution over Mrs. lieorge Thatcher Guernsey of Kansas by a vote of C93 to 4C1. The Supreme Court held that the state of Georgia had denied Leo M. Frank no right under the federal con stitution in sentencing him to death for the murder of Mary Phngan, an Atlanta factory girl Mrs. Ida M. McN'abb, thirty-seven, Kscauaba. Mich., and Wisconsin, won a $:!o,iniii breach of promise verdict against John 8. Kinney, seventy-eight, of the same stale. Mrs. .McNabb, a widow, sued for $."'"!, un.. Total receipts of t-.-s,U7(i for the fiscal year ending March 1915, are shown in the statement of the board jf foreign missions of the Presby terian Church ill the I nlted States of America, Issued at New York. Secretary Redfield laid before Pres ident Wilson at the cabinet meeting his estimates that American exports for the cuirent fiscal year will reach 5.',73o,no0.iiiiO. llreadstuffs exported from the I nlted States since the out break of the war have totaled 41S, 000,0011. President Wilson 111 an address at the annual luncheon of the Associ ated Press In New York gave a defi nite statement of his Idea of true neutrality and of the duties that de volve upon America connection with the Europcon war. Consular dispatches received by the Washington government from various points In Mexico Indicate that while temporarily disorganized by the de feat sustained at Celaya, Gen. Villa and ills forces have by no means been removed as a formidable factor In Vélico' rlvll war. FOREIGN All women, regardless of their sta tion In Ufo, are now entitled to vota in Denmark. Adi le Hugo, youngest daughter of Victor Hugo, died at her residence In Suresues, a suburb of Paris, at the age of S3 years. It is reported In Vera Crua that Guadalajara has been occupied by the constitutionalists and that General Obrogon Is still advancing north. Declaration of Intention to become an American citizen will not exempt a nntive of Germany, Austria or Tur key from arrest If found in Canadian territory. (Jtieen Helena of Italy may suffer the Iofs of her right arm a a result of injuries received seven yearn ago hi!e working among the Messina earthquake sufferers. The Third Australian expeditionary force, to consist of lo.ooil men, which will soon leave the commonwealth for the front, will be made up largely of recruits from New South Wales and Victoria. Seven million Poles, of whom 2,000. ono are Jews, are In dire need of food. This statement was made by Her mann I .mind. in. a Jewish philanthrop ist associated wit It various Jewish charities In London. The young Egyptian merchant named Khalil, who. on April X, made an unsuccessful attempt in Cairo to assassinate Hussein Kumil. the Sul tan of Egypt, was sentenced by a military court to death by hanging. Vera Crux officially honored the memory of her citizens who defended the city one year ago ugalnst occupa tion by the American forces. The troops of the entire garrison paraded, and there were also civic ceremonies In which Gen. Carranza participated. The lower house of the Territorial Legislature passed tiie bill abolishing capital punishment In Alaska. The bill has already passed the senate and awaits only Governor J. F. A. Strong's signature to become effective. It was fathered by Senator Charles A. Sulzer, brother of former Governor Sulzer of New York. Thousands of persons homeless, thousands of buildings burrrcd to the ground, and hundreds of thousands, if not millions of dollars' worth of dam age done such Is the toll of the Rus sian Invasions of East Prussia, which culminated In a raid on the little city of Memel In the northernmost corner of the province. ' SPORTING NEWS Of the forty-eight states in the union the box fight game Is permitted la eighteen. Joe Rivera of Los Angeles wou a decision in a fast ten-round bout with Frankie Burns of Oakland, Cal., at Kansas City. At Lincoln, Denver defeated Lin coln In the opening game of the West ern league, 6 to 0. Des Moines de feated Sioux City, io to 3. Seventeen strong the Grizzlies left Denver for Lincoln, where they opened the 1315 Western league sea son, Governor Morehead pitching the first ball. Benny Allen of Kansas City de feated Charles Whitford of Des Moines, la., 123 to 53, In a Western pocket billiard tournament match at Kansas City. The Louisville Jockey club an' nounccd that at the spring meeting, beginning May 8, there will be seven races a day. The extra race will be for a purse of not less than JG00. A report at Paris says William Thaw, an American aviator, serving with the French army, has been killed near Verdun. The report has not baen confirmed, however. A postcard dated April 17 showed that he was tu good health then. GENERAL Mrs. A. R. Canfield, 74 years old. was elected mayor of Warren, 111 Attorney General Woodbury said at Albany, N. Y., that he would appeal from Justice Hendricks decision granting Harry K. Thaw a Jury trial. Two hundred ovens In the Connels vlllo. Pa., coke region were fired dur ing the week and production for the first time this year reached 300,000 tons. Capt. George Woods Logan, com mander of the battleship Nebraska, Is dead at the naval hospital at Ports mouth, after an operation for intesti nal troubles. At least twelve persons were killed at Birmingham, Ala., when two retail stores, crowded with shoppers ,were crushed by a five-story wall blown down In a wind atorm. At Erie, Pa., Sam Leonoff, CO, was killed, his wife, Katherlne, Injured, and fifteen others badly hurt when the Leonoff home was destroyed by a dyiiHinlte explosion. After a nine-year fight for a Jury trial to determine his sanity, Harry K. Thaw was overjoyed as be listened to the opinion of Judge lieiirick In the Nc York Supreme Court, which granted him a trial by twelve of hit fellow men, on May 17. H. Clay Moss and Mrs. Ilattle O'Nell, who were arrested at Paris 111., on the charge of buying votes at the city election, were released on bond. Both denied the charge and declared they do not know Miss Flora Dawson and Mrs. Rattle Franklin, who charge they were paid )S each for voting. A direct photograph of Melllsh'i comet, made at the I.owell observa tory at Flagstaff, Ariz, shows a tall composed of two divergent branches, the longer one of which is probably not less than 3,000,000 miles in length. Application for a rehearing was de nied In the Midwest Oil Company case by the Supreme Court of the United States The decision upheld the validity of President Taft's order withdrawing from public entry 31,000, ooo. ouo worth of public oil lands In Wyoming, California and other West ern states. Attorneys for I-eo M. Frank filed a petition with Governor Slaton and the Georgia prison commission asking that the sentence upon Frauk for the murder of Mary Phagan he commuted to Ufa Imurlsonment. CROVII FATALLY SHOT WIDOW TELL8. GRAPHIC STORY OF HUSBAND'S MURDER. Wife of 8lain Man Declares Klmmoni Fired Fatal Shot From Behind Pile of Wood Western Nwpaper I'nlnn Nrw Herviré. Carrlzozo, N. M. Mrs. N. B. Brown. whose husband was killed at his wood cutting camp near Corona, passed through here with the body of her husband. She will take he body to Midland, Tex., a former homo of Mr. and Mrs. Brown, for burial. In speak ing of the tragedy, Mrs. Brown said: The killing occurred at the wood cutting camp of my husband, near Corona, but Just over the line In Tor rance county. The man who fired the fatal shot was Frank Klmmons. On the morning of the day my husband was killed, several of our wood-cutters had been run off the land by Kiminons and his wifer"1.,ater In the dny Rlr. Brown went out to the camp and Va8 informed of what had hap pened during the earlier hours of the day. One or two of the men told htm ihey had been run off the land by Mrs. Kiminons, who was armed with t shotgun. Klmmons soon appeared, liter Mr. Brown arrived, and 1 am old Mr. Brown picked up an ax, but it the request of one of his men he iropped. It. It was hanging loosely n his hand, with the blade on the round, when Klmmona fired upon lira from behind a pile of wood with automatic revolver. The shot jroved fatal In a few hours. We have lad a great deal zZ trouble over the Ine between our land and that of the rClmmons family trouble which has sted almost continuously for nonths. But I never expected that t would terminate fatally." Klmmons Is now confined In the rorrance county Jail at Estancia. Hondo Reservoir Dam Breaks. Roswell, N. M. Heavy rains in the nountains nnd a giving way of a small part of the diversion dam at the Hoir- io reservoir Saturday caused a flood lere on the 17th. The1 Btreets were running several Inches of water in places, and residents of the lower Dor Hon of the city were compelled to move out. There will be BOine prop erty loss, but none of life. Artcsla suffered more severely than Roswell. The worst storm of record for years struck that town Fri day afternoon, cutting it off from communication with the outside until Saturday night. According to the gov ernment gauge, 3.57 inches of rain fell it that point. The Peñasco Is at flood stage and the Pecos river is rising rapidly. The Artesla electric light plant was put out of commission by a lightning bolt. Falling of Roof Injures Family. Estancia. Dr. C. J. Amble was called to the home of Candelario Chavez, three miles west of Punta, to attend the injuries of the family re sulting from the roof of the house falling In. One girl, 8 years of age, sustained a broken leg. The other members of the family were severely bruised but not serloubly Injured. Drank Two Beer Glasses of Brandy. Sonta Fé. Camllio Ortiz, an ex pressman, drank two beer glasses brim full of brandy in a local saloon. It is said that Ortiz did it on a bet. He went to his borne and shortly thereafter died. He leaves a wife and five children without means of sup port. Navajo Slayer of Indian Police Killed. Thoreau. Big Boy, a Navajo Indian, was killed several miles north of here after he had slain two Indian police, Tom Brown and Willie Largo. Elephant Butte May Slide Into Lake. Albuquerque. That the giant "Ele phant Butte," a huge pile of slate and hale, in Bhape of a gigantic elephant, and from which the Elephant Butte Irrigation project derives its nnnie, is slowly slipping and is expected at any time to slip Into the huge lake created by the Elephant Butte dam across the Rie Grande, Is the statement of engi neers of the reclamation service, who have jUBt examined the mountain. Since storage of water behind the great dam began the steadily rising water has washed against the soft shale base of the butte, rapidly under mining it. When It slips, as it may at any time, it will make a mighty splnsh, but will do no damage to the project, the engineers say, the dam being anchored in solid rock well away from the butte. Many Dams Washed Out. Roswell. According to reports re celved here, high water In the Hondo river waBhed away all of the dams of the Bloom Cattle Company, and many smaller dams. The dumage Is exten slve, it is said. Forests Are Consolidated. Santa Fé. President Wilson's order has been received for the consolida tion of the Jemez and Pecos national forests Into the Santa Fd national for est, with headquarters here, effective July 1, 1115. The combined area will be close to 1,500,000 acres. Sheep Sanitary Board Organiza a i tti 1 1 ii i rn ii i Sabino Olivas was elected president of the sheep sanitary board and K. 11. I'ollocK vice president. Robert H. Crews was re-elected sec retary. Madrll Held for Stabbing Wife. Santa Fé. A. Madrll, arrested at Albuquerque, following an altercation with his wife at Lamy In course of which he stabbed her, will be held on a charge of first-degree murder. Mrs Madrll died at Leniy as a result of the wouud. Has Authorized No Encampment. Santa Fé. "I have authorized no encampment in the Pecos valley or anywhere ehie this summer," declared Adjutant General Harry T. Herring NEW MEXICO NEWS Gathered Fr"m All Parts of the State B.ftara N.wnpnprr Union Krwa Strvlc. OVII(J F.VIEVT9. July 5-s M.'.-ilri .State Retail Mer chanlH Association I Sania KA Si-pl. ZH-30-lh-l. 1. Northern .Nuw Mil ieu Fair at Katun. A meeting of stockmen will be held at Magdalena, May 1314. Cowboys are arranging for a re union at Las Vegas In July. The contract for a new Jail at Farm Ington has been let for $2,380. Newcomers in the Rana section have paid as high as $500 for relinquish ments. Fred McFarland will soon begin work on the road between Logan and Nara Visa. The big lake formed by the Elephant Butte dam will be stocked with trout, carp and other fish. All business in Albuquerque was suspended during the funeral of for mer Mayor Frank McKee. The United States government will stablish b laboratory of the Bureau )f Entomology in Maxwell. James Barry of Clovis purchased a l.ouO-acre ranch on the Tecos river, our miles from Santa Rosa. At Albuquerque a $.1.000 permit has leen Issued for the erection of sanl- arlum cottages at the highlands. Ella R. Clapper, of Red River, Taos :ounty, has been commissioned a no .ary public by Governor McDonald. Governor McDonald will be the prln Ipal speaker at the dedication of the Sew Mexico building at San Diego on May 3. 1 Half a million dollars in round num bers represent the value of cattle shipped from Silver City during the ear 1914. Uoineseekers filed upon 335,000 icres of public land in the state dur- ng March, as reported by the tlx ederal land officers. The state land commissioner has ar ranged for the transfer of 32,000 acres if land In the Pecos valley which will bring the state $142,000. The body of Justo Martinez, living near Pecos, was pulled out of the Pecos river at that town. The affair bears the marks of a murder. There are about 800 more deeded properties in Roojevclt county this year than there were last year, accord ing to County Assessor McCall. A remittance of $1,000 for the Mora- Cleveland road in Mora county has been received by the state treasurer's office from the Mora county commis sioners. The first payment to creditors of the First State Bank of Tucumcarl which failed over a ye;v ago, has been made. It amounts to 10 cents on the dollar. Twenty-nine farmers of the Melrose district have bought a total of 5,440 acres of farming land in the district tributary to, Melrose during the past ninety days. T. R. 11. Smith, the Las Cruces banker charged with irregularities in connection with the First State Bank of Las Cruces, gets a change of venue to Socorro county. The month of March was the cold est of record for the state, averaging 5.3 degrees a day below the normal and a degree and a half a day below any previous record. The body of a newly born boy baby was found on the bank of the Rio Grande at Ranchos de Atrlsco, near Albuquerque. It is supposed to have floated down the stream. J. W. Hamilton, owner of 1,100 An gora goats, which he ranges In the Eddy county foothills, reports In Carls bad the sale of 1,070 pounds of mohair at 40 cents the pound. Columbus Is seeking a canning and a broom factory. Charles Hart has bought the L. R. Greathouse ranch at Upton, Roosevelt county, at a consideration understood to be $40,000. About C50 head of cat tle go with the ranch. Santiago Rivera of Anton Chico, Jamea F. McFarland of Logan, E. E West of West and J. R. Hull of Clovis have been commissioned notaries pub lic by Governor McDonald. With the opening of real spring weather, road construction and main tenance operations are setting in throughout New Mexico upon a scale never equalled at this time of year In the past. That 6,413 more "Spanlsh-Amerl cans" than "Anglo-Americans" voted at the last election In New Mexico Is shown by statistics compiled in the office of the secretury of state by Adolph P. Hill. Luis Aguilar, secretary of the re cently impaneled grand jury at Santa Rosa, and a Justice of the peace, was held without ball to await action of the grand jury on a charge of having murdered John Larkln near Vaughn last summer. James L. Porter, Indicted at Alamo gordo by a third grand Jury panel for (he murder of Rulph 8. Connell, the Tularosa poultry grower, last summer was arraigned before Judge Leahy and pleaded not guilty. His bond was fixed at $20,000. A. A. Sena, the cowboy legislator of San Miguel county, is secretary of the association Just formed by the cattle ralsera of San Miguel, Mora and Guadalupe counties. John Hicks of Santa Rosa Is president and D. T. Hos- klns of Las VegaB, treasurer. The building of the new camp of Tyrone, twelve utiles from Silver City in the Burro mountain mining dls trlct, the headquarters of the exten slve operations by the Phelps-Dodg company, will begin in the immediate future. Plans call for the expenditure of at least $200,000 at the beginning. A general atore building costing $100 000 will be erected. . A $50,000 hospl tal also is to be built, while house for employes of the company will en tall an expenditure of another $50,000 Dick Mattox of Gallup has been held on an arson charge. baking. r r vti r.tr HIGHEST AWARDS BCTftfTIi WoHrTa Par Food Exportan Chiwjoi r - Li. k tail. m n w m vi n 4 Tm éWt T vWi th Wr cImm r lit -cm I pamémr DM t ft mnfú. Bmt UMM, II Mn lfMiríl Miri whilmw f ms hMt rwfttte, Calvmt to lr raprir I Mar MiUi us Hdi. Made It Unanimous. 'Have you any militant suffragists In Crimson Gulch?" "Nary," replied Bronco Bob. "When the school teach er dropped a hint as to how she'd like to vote we'd have been glad of a chance to shoot up anybody that 'ud Interfere with her. But by common consent we turned the polls over to her an' all stayed away so's there wouldn't be any chance of her beln' embarrassed." Washington Star. Book Pretenses. "The kind of books people read now-a-days Is rather startling." "Yes," replied Mrs. McGudley, "but I have my doubts whether folks stop dancin' long enough to read 'em. When I was young we used to read books and pretend we didn't. Now people pretend they read 'em and don't." Poetie Slumber. "There's a tramp asleep under this tree." 'Ah! an Idle of the woods." Proper Caper. "So you've been making changes at your broom factory?" "Yes a clean sweep." Don't be misled. Ask for Red Crosa Bag Blue. Makes beautiful white clothe. At all good grocers. Adv. When we kick ourselves we seldom administer the deserved punishment. There's no form of tobacco more pleasing than the highest class cigarette FATIM A. While it's mild, it Is yet so satisfying that three out of lour smoker won't bv any other lSe oigaratt. Aik your dealer for Fatimal 1L( . A r ArT áwk. B. ,ta I ; - '-..?& ' s V A ra V \n\n NOTICIAS DEL SUROESTE H'Nlirn Nwf.pp.r I'nlSn xwt g.rvlc. Nuevo Mixteo. I-os cowboys estAn arreglando un mitin en i.a Vegas en Julio. ' 6e reunirá un grupo de ganaderos en Magda. na, los 1314 de mayo. Se ha concedido el contrato para una nueva cárcel en Farmlnglon por la suma do $2,380. Fred McFarlund dentro de poco principiará los trabajos en el camino entre Logan y Nara Visa. El gran lago formado por el dique de Elephant Butte estará poblado de truchas, carpas y otros peces. El gobierno de los Estados l'nidos establecerá un laboratorio del Bureau de Entomología en Maxwell. Todos los negocios en Albuquerque fueron suspendidos durante el funeral del ex-alcalde Frank McKee. En Albuquerque se ha dado un per miso para la erección de chozas de sanatorio en las tierras de mesa. James Harry de Clovls compró una hacienda de 14,000 acres Bobre el rio Pecos, & cuatro millas de Santa Rosa. Columbus está considerando la posibilidad de establecer una fábrica de escobas y una planta de conservas. Lila R. Clapper, de Red Rlver, condado de Taos, recibió del Goberna dor McDonald su comisión de notario publico. El Gobernador McDonald será el principal orador en la dedicación del edificio de Nuevo Mexico cu San, Lllci,o el 3 de mayo. Casi medio millón de pesos se la suma que representa el valor del ganado expedido de Silver City durante el año 1911. Los nuevos colonos llegando & la sección de Rana ban pagado hasta $30u por tierras previamente en de jación por el "homesteader." El cuerpo de Justo Martínez, que vivía cerca de Pecos, fué pescado del rio Pecos de esa. 1.a novedad pre senta las marcas de asesinato.' Ahora hay en el condado de Roose velt 8UU ni ft s propiedades tituladas que habla el año pasado, según dice el asesor de condado McCall. Sabino Olivas fué elegido prest dente de la Junta sanitaria de ovejas y R. R. Pollock vlce-preslíente. Robert 11. Crewa fué ruelgido secre tarlo. El comisionado de tierras de estado ha arreglado la transferencia de 32 000 acres de tierra en el valle de Pecos, que traerán al estado la suma de 1142,000. Se ha hecho el primer pago los credltores del Primer Banco de Justa do de Tucumcarl, que hizo bancarrota hace un año. El pago es de solo 10 centavos por peso. "Dig Boy," un Indio de la tribil de los Navajos, fué matado varias millas al norte de Thoreau después de haber el mismo matado á dos policías indios Tom Brow n y Willie Largo. Los colonos hicieron una demanda de tierras públicas de 335,000 acres en el setado durante el mes de marzo, según se reporta por los seis oficiales federales de la oficina de tierras. Charles llart compró el rancho de L. R. Greathouse en l'pton, condado de Roosevelt, por la suma de $40,000, Má3 de seiscientas cabezas de ganado entran en la transferencia. Santiago Rivera de Anton Chico James F. McFarland de 1-ogan, E. E. West de West y J. R. Hull de Clovls han sido comisionados notarios púb licos por el Gobernador McDonald. T. R. H. Smith, el banquero de Las Cruces acusado de operaciones fraud ulentas en conexión con el Primer Banco de Estado de I-as Cruces, con' Bigue un cambio de tribunal de au pleito en el condado de Socorro. Se recibió en la oficina de tesoro de estado una remesa de $1,000 pará el camino de Mora-Cleveland en el condado de Mora. La suma procede de los comisionados del condado de Mora. El cuerpo de un niño reden nacido fué encontrado en el talud de Río Grande en Ranchos de A trisco, cerca de Albuquerque. Se supone que el cuerpo Flotó hacia abajo en la cor riente. ias estadísticas compiladas por el secretarlo de estado Adolph P. HUI muestran que en las últimas elec clones hubo 0,4 13 electores "Hlspano- Amerlcanos" más que electores "Anglo-Amerlcauos." El mes de marzo ha sido el más frió que se conoce en el estado, indi cando un promedio de 5.3 grados por día debajo de la normal, y un grado y medio por día debajo de cualquiera otro mes registrado. 1.a construcción del nuevo campa mento de Tjrone, á doce millas de Silver City en el distrito minero de los montes del Burro, cuarteles gen erales de operaciones extensas de la Phelps-Dodge Compauy, principiará dentro de poco. Con la llegada de un verdadero tiempo de primavera, se están empezando por todo el estdo de Nuevo México las operaciones de construc ción y reparaciones de caminos sobre una escala esta vez que no tienen precedente en el pasado. A. A. Sena, el legislador cowboy del condado de San Miguel, es secretarlo de la asociación que se acaba de formar por los criadores de ganado de los condados de San Miguel, Mora y Guadalupe. John lilcks de Santa Rosa es presidente y D. T. Hosklna de Las Vegas, tesorero. James L. Porter, condenado en Alamogordo por una lista oficial de personas que pueden servir como Jurados por el asesinato de Ralph 8 Council, el criador de gallinas de TularoBa, el verano próximo pasado, fué llevado ante el juez Ceahy y no confesó su culpabilidad. Su fianza fué fijada en $20,000. . Veintinueve hacendados del dis trito de Melrose han comprado un to tal de S.4 40 acres de tierra agrícola en el distrito tributarlo de Melrose los próxlmo-pasadoi noventa dfaa.