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Coperas THE TULAROSA VALLEY GROUNDWATER RESOURCES OF NEW, MEXICO. U. 8. Geological Survey and Agricul tural Experiment Station Issue Report on South-Central Part of Statt. W'-Hlrrn Niap.rt nlon N.w. er li Las Vegas, N. M. The extensive and hitherto little known region of south-central New Mexico thst lies be tween the Pecos and Rio Grande but drains Into neither of these streams Is described In a repor'. of more than C0 pages containing several large and about seventy other Illustrations that has Just been Isitued by the United States Geological Survey and the New Mexico Agrlculturol Experi ment Station. This desert region, which Is called the Tularosa Valley or Ilasln, Is traversed by the El Paso ft Southwestern railroad, and travelers who have taken this transcontinental route do not fnil to remember Alamo gordo, the principal town, a veritable oasis In the desert. But there are other oases, not so noticeable from the train, among which are the quaint old town of Tularosa, founded byMexicans In 18G2 and the oldest permanent set tlement In the basin, and the TreB Ri tos ranch, the home of Senator Fall, at whose request the government In veetigatlon was undertaken. At the north end of the basin are the historic ruins of the Gran Qulvlra, a Pueblo village of the seventeenth century that became a-Tlctlm of Apache depreda tions about 1672, shortly before the Pueblo revolution. In the Interior of this region Is an irea of 270 square miles of white gyp sum sands, the largest area of the kind iu the United States, appearing from lie lofty mountains at the rim of the basin like a vast field of driven snow, farther north are three volcanic cones, from the crater of one of which black basaltic lava flowed a distance of !orty-four miles, nearly to the white sands, with which It makes a striking :ontrast. The report describes the physiog raphy and geology of the region but 8 chiefly concerned with tne water wpply, the one metier of utmost im portance to this arl'l country. New Mexico Crop Report. Santa Fé. The Bureau of Crop Es timates, in co-operation with the Weather Bureau, United States De partment of Agriculture, reports: Winter Wheat Mny 1, fore cast of proiluctiuu, l'JU, bu. 1.340,000 Flnul estimate of production. ISM. bu 1.125,000 Mi-ailuwi Condition May 1, 11115. . , 1U-J 10-yenr averaice til I'astui-es Condition May 1, lülú .. SU l(t-y;Hr average HS SpriiiK iilowliiK Uojiu May 1, 'IS 70 10-yenr nveruKR 72 Spring 1'lnntliiK dono May 1, '15 50 S-ye.tr average 58 Hay Tons of old crop on hand May 1, 1915 93,000 Tons of old crop on hand . ilav 1. 11)14 36,000 ''RICES TO I'ltODL'CKKS Wheat per liu.. May 1, 1S15 11.24 May 1. 1914 92 Corn, per bu.. Muy 1, 1915 ', .96 May 1, V.ni l.oo Oats per lu.. May 1, 1915 ...... .60 May 1. 1914 60 Potatoes per bu May 1. 1915 ... 1.SÍ Muy 1. 1915 1 10 Hay per ton. Muy 1, 1915 10.00 Muy 1. 1914 ., 14.00 lOlíKa per dex.. May 1, 1915 23 May 1. 1914 23 Kldd Released on $3,000 Bond. Las Vegas. Oscar Kldd, convicted of the crime of manslaughter for the killing of Paul E. Tyler last October at Roy, arrived In Las Vegas, having been released at More on appeal bond. Gail was placed by the court at $3,000. Father and Son Sentenced to Pen. Roswell. Louis McDaniel, a young man 20 years of age, who committed perjury In an effort to save his father from the penitentiary, will accompany his parent to 'the state prison as a result, having been sentenced to sene from twelve to fourteen months by Judge Richardson. The father, who was convicted of obtaining money under false pretenses, was given a sentence of from three to four years. Lieutenant Governor Pardons Two. Santa Fé. Following the recent ex ample of Governor McDonald, who pardoned J. P. -Lucero, convicted of solicitation of bribery. Acting Gover nor de Baca paroled Gregorio Rubio and Merenciano Vigil of San Miguel county, serving three to four years for robbery, on tha ground that their punishment was discriminatory. The two men with Telesfor Peralta were convicted of robbing a cowboy of 75 cents. Neighbors Plow Land for Sick Man. Estancia. A demonstration of prac tical iieighborlineBS was given iu the Sllverton district . when more than twenty of the neighbors of W. S. Buck ner, who Iu suffering from Inflamma tory rheumatism and confined to his bed, gathered at Ms farm and spent the day plowing and otherwise prepar ing the ground for crops. His plant ing will be doue later by the sume neighbors. Farmer of Artesia Organize. Artesla. The farmers In and around Artesia, and there are a number of farmers living In that town, have or ganized a "Farmers' Society of Equity," a sort of mutual. aid assoclu tlon, and elected fu K. Snerry presl dent: W. F. Holloman, secretary and treasurer, and William Schneider, C T. Niel and A. L. Terpenlng, board of managers. Nineteen members signed up at the first meeting. The main ob ject of the association Is to protect the farmers In marketing their prod uct!. Declares Cows Like Russian Thistle Estancia. William Winkel of En clno, the Torrance county man who discovered the value ef the despised Russian thistle as a forage crop for stock, added another testimonial to his discovery when he announced that during the pust winter cattle at his ranch rejected cane In favor of the thistle. In putting up his forage for the winter Mr. Winkel mixed cane and thistles, and he found that the cattle cleaned up the thistles completely, at the same time rejecting some of the cane. NEW MEXICO NEWS GathArnd From All Parts of the State Balrn Ne.p,wr Union N-w. S.rvlca. , 4'OMINO HVKNTS. July 6-3 Metlnir Htat Hetlll Mer clmntR' AsHocliilieii al Santa K Hel. i 30-CH (. I, - Nul Ihel n New Mex ico Kuir at Jtulon. Silver City has closed a contract for a motor fire truck. Eighty sheep were burned In a prairie fire near Roy. Preparations aro being made at Roswell to properly observe Memo rial Day. The Morris state bank has been sold to the First .National bank of Albu querque. Magdalena was the Mecca of Cen tral New Mexico stockmen Thursday and Friday. A much larger acreage than usual has been sown to oats in Quay county this season. George Roslington has been appoint ed receiver of the Albuquerque Trac tion Company. Wnnton killing of wild game iu Ute Park during the past winter Is report ed from Cimarron. The El Paso District conference of the M. E. Church, South, was held at Tularosa May 12-16. Clovis has Issued a municipal order against the running of pigs at large within the city limits. Springer, Colfax county, shipped during 1914, 200 head of horses and 33,370 head of sheep. Marshall Parker has been missing for several weeks from ills home at Ai.tec. Suicide Is feared. V. J. Womel, a Mimbrea vallev farmer, lost 400 tons of hay, valued st 3,500, by fire at his ranch. The Alamogordo town board has Inaugurated a fly-catching campaign for boys and girls of the town. The next annual convocation of the Episcopal church for the New Mexico district will be held In El Paso. The Phelps-Dodge people expect to be producing copper from their Burro Mountain mines before the end of the year. John W. Poe of Roswell, chairman of the State Tax Commission, Is re ported seriously ill at his home In Ros well Contractors are repairing the Santa Fé railroad reservoir at Ute Park, and will have it ready to receive water this summer. The Washington authorities have authorized a new sanitary dairy at me marine hospital service sanitarium at Fort Stanton. About $200 per acre was paid by W. C. Cox for the O. H. Scott ranch of eighteen acres, about a mile and a half from Alamogordo. The movement of stock from the southern ranges to northern New Mex ico, Colorado and Wyoming is now steadily increasing. Thut Santa Fé offers unique climatic advantages for a four months term of outdoor school for' youngsters Is the statement pf Mrs. W. G. Turley, An old man known by the name of Jack Muson, was found dead in a de serted stage coach at the side of the One Man corral near Silver City. Arrangements for the local option election to be held in Santa Fé, June 7, weri completed at the regular monthly meeting of the City Council. The question of securing the Hondo reservoir as a means of protecting Roswell against future floods, Is being agitated in the Chaves county metrop olis. Msgoosh, one of the few surviving Apaches who participated in the raids oi ueronimo, died at Elk Springs, on the Mescalero reservation, at an ad- vanged age. Denver parties have leased a thous and acres of placer ground on the Kio Grande In Taos and Rio Arriba counties. The lessees will liiBtall ma chinery and operate on an extensive scale. After being driven thirty miles up the Pecos river from their temporary pens near Santa Fé, thirty head of elk from Gardiner, Mont., were re leased on Hamilton mesa in San Mi guel county. Wednesday, May 25, the annual May Day Fete and Festival will be held by the Santa Fé public schools under the auspices of the National Playground and Recreation Associa tion of America. Llent. Governor E. C. de Baca re turned to the governor's office after attending the meeting of the Insane asylum board in Las Vegas, at which contracts for supplies were let aggre gating $12,000. That there aro a number of peop'.e end firms In New Mexico and Arizona facing penalties of $20 to $1,000 for tullure to make income tax returns on or before March 1, was Ascertained on good authority at Santa Fé. The Sunnyslde sanatorium, one of the well-known health resorts near Silver City, has been acquired by the Methodist sanatorium, possession to be given on June 1. W. F. Schwlnd of Lincoln. Neb., has been appointed, temporarily,' as pri vate secretary to Secretary Bryan. He suceeds former Congressman Fergus aon of New Mexico. Improvements on large scale are being made at the 160-acre tract of land owned and nsed by the United States government for the education of Indians near Santa Fé. The reclamation service officers, obeying a temporary mandatory in junction issued by Judge Medler at Las Cruces, on petition of the Ele phant Butte Water Users' Association, have turned the water back Into the I.eestiurg canals, from which It was shut off May 1, when tend owners un der the project refused 10 sign the reclamation service contract asking 50 cents per acre as a water-storage cltarge. Rodeo, Grant county, has an im niense deposit of sodium nitrate of commercial vuiue, discovered in 1913 EÍBP.EDS DEAD li'lLISDOII REVOLT TRANSLYVANIA DODGES SUBMA HINES AND LAND9 1,000 PAS SENGERS IN SCOTLAND. KAISER .MAY ARBITRATE GERMANY TO 8TOP SUBMARINE WAR PENDING NEGOTIATIONS WITH U. 8., IS REPORT. Went NVw.pftp,- 'nn Servirá. Madrid. Máv 17 Thn lnit received here from Portugal Is to the etiect that a general of the iusnrreo tlonary party, commanding 3,000 troops, is now outside Lisbon, prepar ing tO Storm the CitV. A lllsnnleh dated Saturday morning says the re volt spreaa to Santarcm, forty-four miles northeast of Lisbon, and that the rebels triumphed. Seventeen sol diers and seventv clvlllnna r. miu and over 200 persons were wounded. i ne toiai Rilled and wounded undoubt edly Is in the hundreds. No further information as to the reported assassination of Dr. Affonso Corta, former premier, have been ro. ceived. London. Official announcement was made In Rome that King Victor Em manuel had declined to accept the res ignation of Premier Salundra. The Balandra cabinet is to be retained without change. Although it was made known unof ficially that Slgnor Salandra would re main at the head of the government. this announcement was received with great demonstrations of rejoicing and manifestations In favor of war. The excitement at Milan subsided on receipt of the news of Premier Ba landra s retention. The general strike there passed without serious incident, although there was a demonstration in favor of wnr on the part of the crowd, estimst d at 14,000. Similar demonstrations occurred at Florence, Naples, Messina, Bologna, Palermo and Catania. The Austro-Huiigarian embassy has warned all subjects of the dual mon- rchy residing In Italy to hold them selves In readiness to flee from that country Immediately upon tlie receipt of Instructions to that effect. New York. The Anchor line steam er Transylvania passed safely through the war zone about the British isles and arrived at Greenock, Scotland, Monday morning, it was announced by officials of the Cunard line, to which the Transylvania was under charter. The Transylvania sailed from New York May 7, a few hours after the news was received of the sinking of the Lusltania. She carried nearly 1,000 passengers, Including many Americans. Ramsgate, England. An air raid oc curred here early Monday morning. About forty bombs were dropped. . So far as has been ascertained three per sons were injured. London. Ambassador - Gerard ha presented the note to the German for eign minister ut Berlin, and while a repl." '.i jiot expected for several days, It Is reported from Washington that there is confidence among high offi cials there that passenger vessels wl'l not be subjected to submarine attacks in the interim. It is reported from Berlin that the Kaiser Is willing to submit the questions of submarine warfare raised by President Wilson's note to arbitration. -INDIANS ATTACK AMERICANS. Several Thousand Yaquis Raiding In tend Towns of Sonora. Lob Angeles, Calif. Fifty American men are surrounded near ' Esperanza, Sonora, by overwhelming numbers of Yauqi Indians, according to a dispatch received here by Charles F. O'Brien, owner of one of the large ranches in the Yaqul valley. According to reliable information, the force under General SOsa, a Villa commander, Bent to aid the Ameri cans, Is 'composed montly of Yaquis, and cannot be e::pected to tight their brothers besieging the Americans. José Maytorena, governor of Sonora, is said to have gained the support of the Yaquis in bis fight against the Carranza faction by promising them the lands originally belonging to the Yaquis and now held by foreigners, The unrest of the Indians began when they came to believe the Mexican leaders would not and could not re deem their promises. Z. O. Stocker, one of the men re ported Injured, telegraphed his wife here that he was well. Willjam Stock ix is wounded. U. 8. Marines Go to Mexico. San Diego, Cal. The cruiser Colo rado, tittgship of the Pacific fleet, currying an expeditionary force of ma rines, and a machine gun for their use sailed for Mexican waters to aid American colonists In Sonora who have been fighting Yaqul Indians. $120,000 Department Store Fire, Logan, la. The department store of Mc.Cord & Bolter was burned. The loss is $120,000 with about $100,000 Insur ance. President Wilson Reviews FlnaL New York. President Wilson on board the naval yacht. Mayflowei reached New York, completing hit voyage from Washington. Before the President's arrival arrangements had been completed for the review of the Atlantic fleet. Burglar Cets Gems Worth $1,000 Denver. Moro than $1.000. worth of diamonds and other Jewelry vulued at $100 were stolen from the home of Pttrlik F. Gibbon. HOLE OF WAR ST OE OBEYED KAISER TOLD NOTHING WILL BE LEFT UNDONE TO OBTAIN U. S. RIGHT?. GUARANTEE DEÍ.1AIÍDED POSITION 60 EMPHATICALLY STATED THAT IT IS PRAC TICAALY ULTIMATUM. Wtrn Nw.paii.r Vnlun Noi-i Servir. Washington. President Wilson's note to Germany Informs the Kaiser's government thst the United States will lenve nothing undone to obtain a compliance with Its request that Germany adhere to the international rules of warfare when attacking mer chant Bhlps on the high seas. The note Is regarded here as the strongest representation that the United States pojslbly could make with reference to the sinking of the Lusltania and the Gulfilght and other offenses affecting America. It so thoroughly covers the aspects of the controversy and so emphatical ly states the position of the United States and its intention to Insist upon Its demantis that the note Is consid red little short of an ultimatum. One, and only one, loophole Is left to Germany, by which she may back down from her policy of attacking vessels without warning. The note suggests tbnt it is possible that the commanders of German sub marines have acted without Instruc tions and thnt instructions to them in accordance with the American note will end the practices complained of. Summary of Wilson Note. The principal points in President Wilson's note to the German govern ment substantially are as follows: One the United States government calls attention to the various Incidents In the war zone proclaimed by Ger many around the Britl ih Isles, the sinking of the British liner Falaba, with the loss of Leon C. Thresher, an American; the attack by German air men on the American steamer Cush ing, the torpedoing without warning of the American steamer Gulflleht, flying the Stm,and Stripes, and final ly, the torpedoing without warning of the Lusltania with its loss of more than a thousand lives of non-combatants, among them more than 100 Americans. Two These acts are declared to be indefensible under International law. The United States points out that It never admitted Germany's right to do them, and warned the Imperial govern ment that It would be held to a "strict accountability" for attacks on Amer ican vessels or lives. A strict account ing, therefore, is now asked from Ger many. Three The usual financial repara tion will be sought, although Germany Is iu effect reminded that no repara tion can restore the lives of those sac rificed In the sinking of the Lusltania and other ships. Four Expressions of regret may comply with the legal precedents, but they are valueless unless accompanied by a cessation of the practices endan gering lives of non-combatants. Five The right of neutrals to travel any point of the high seas on neutral or belligerent merchantmen Is as serted. Six In the name of humanity and International law, the United States demands a guarantee that these rights will be respected, and that there be no repetition of the attacks on mer chantmen carrying non-combatants. Seven'-The giving of warning to the American public without officially communicating them to the United States government is commented on In connection with the German embassy's printed advertisement before the sail ing of the Lusltania, but Irrespective of the failure to advise the American government of Germany's purpose, the point Is made that notice of an inten tion to do an unlaw ful act neither Jus tified nor legalized it. Eight The suggestion is conveyed that the German government, of course, could not have Intended to de stroy innocent lives, and that conse quently the German submarine com manders must have misunderstood their Instructions. The Atrerlenn gov ernment indicates its hope that this will be found to be true, and a cessa tion of the unlawful practices thereby Nine In conclusion, Germany's at tention is called to the earnestness of tne government and and people of the United States in this situation. It is made plain that the United Stutes will leave nothing undone, either in diplo matic representations or other action, to obtain a compliance by Germany to the request made. Party Too Small for Teddy and Foe. Syracuse, N. Y. Charle W. Hutch Ins, Jr., a New York lawyer, declared on the wltiiess stand that in July, 1914, Theodore Roosevelt had told him that he agreed that the issues of 1912 were deud and that he would "go after" President Wilson In his Pittsburg speech and "tear him to pieces." Mr. Hutchlns quoted Colonel Roosevelt as saying, however, that after what had hoppened in Chicago in 1912, the Re publican party was not big enough for both him and William Barnes. Clock Wrong, Lost Bride, Aaks $25,000. Minneapolis, Minn. Owing to the vagaries of the city hall clock, K. O. Anderson of Devils Lake, N. D., missed his train several weeks ago, wub late for his wedding and his bride refused to marry him. As a result of the ec centrlcltles of the timepiece Anderson abked the city for $23,000 damages. Ad-nlral Dewey Honored. Burlington. Vt. Admlrtil George Dewey was elected commander of the Vermont coir.niandary of the Military Order of the Ioyul Legion. WESTERN MIÍJCÍG NEWS IN BRIEF .lrn N'nw.piippr t.'nlon NeH-i Srvh-.. Price Quoted for Metal. Par silver $ .E0 Lead, New York 4.179 4.22 Spelter, St. Louis 12 Copper, casting IS " 0 Vi 1 s.7.r Arizona. At Prescott the work of opening "P the ground of the Black Chief Copper Company continues with Increased vigor. At Warren general offices of the C. & A., J. C. McGregor .and his staff of reduction works designers actively be gan the making of plans and specifi cations for the ore reduction plants at Cornelia. The railroad connecting the New Cornelia mine In the Ajos with the outside world is to be built, follow ing the development work on the property progressing to such an extent that there IB now reported some 40, OOO.ooO tons of ore in sight, or enough to run the property for twenty-five years. New Mexico. A sum equal to $300,000 will be spent in working the placer mines near Ellzabethtown. Cimaron reports that wealthy St. Louis brewers aro tho men who are planning extensive placer operations In the Ellzabethtown district. VV. H. Frontz has made a rich plac er strike and Is working- a force of men on the ground that yields $3 a pan. The strike Is at the famous Animas placer field. Drilling will be resumed In the oil well sunk at Artesia which has at tar, ed a depth of 900 feet. The in dications for a producer are unmistak able in that section of the state Henry R. Oliver of Denver holds most of the stock in an enterprise lately Incorporated at Santa Fé for the purpose of developing oil land In the vicinity of Dayton, Eddy county. Superintendent Sully of the Chino Copper Company and an engineer were at Hillsboro looking over some copper properties In the nelghbodhood which resemble the deposits at Santa Rita. Wyoming. More than sixty wells have been drilled in the Basin and Greybull oil fie'ds. Shell creek seems suddenly to have loomed into prominence as an attractive field to oil men. State Geological Bulletin No. 10 on the Basin and Greybull oil and gas, fields of Big Horn county says: "The productive areas of the Basin and Greybull oil and gas fields comprise but a few square miles situated In towiiBhlps 61 and 52 north and ranges 92 and 93 west. Three anticlines, all relatively small, have been found to contain gas and oil In commercial quantity. The most southerly of these, the Torchlight Dome, is located about three miles east of Basin. The mos, northerly one occurs Just south east of Greybull and Is commonly known as the Peay Hill dome. The third one, usually referred to as the Lamb anticline, Is smaller than the other two and lies between them but nearer to the "Torchlight dome." Colorado. So heavy has become the production at the estate of the Isabella Mines Company, Cripple Creek, that Super intendent Clark D. Mitchell put on a night shift. Compared with 1912, when the As pen mines produced at the average rate of 7,050 tons of crude ore each month, the district showed a gain of 41 per cent In actual ore shipments for the month of April. With the advent, of State Mine Com missioner Carroll, who has used oil flotation at the Atlas plant for the past two years, considerable impetus will be given to that process in Colo rado camps. ' Tho Itlco Consolidated mine, which is located about two miles up Silver creqk, east of Rico, has resumed ship ments of ore and has enough broken down and in sight to enable the com pany to ship two cars a day during the next six months. For average dally gross value in the output of ore the Vlndlcutor Consol idated Gold Mining Company is the largest and steadiest producer in the Cripple Creek district and probably In all of Colorado, being exceeded if It is exceeded only by the "Little Jonny" at Leadvllle, which Is also al most exclusively a gold-producer with ore enough in sight to keep up for many years its present heavy output, returning dividends of $000,000 to $750,000 yearly. The Margand Leasing Company, controlling ground from the eighth level down on the Mary McKinney mine at Cripple Creek, Is prosecuting an active campaign of exploration. Six carloads of ore, with an average value of $800 a ton, was shipped to the Golden Cyrlo mill from the Cres son mine at Cripple Creek. For the first quarter of the present year the Isabella Mines Company shows a gross peoduction worth $',11, 403.07, which is the largest in some years for a single quarter. Dredging for gold, which placed Cal ifornia in front of Colorado In 1913 as a producer of the world's standard of value, will cut a larger figure this year in Colorado districts thun at any previous time. At Cripple Creek the United Gold Mines Company is making prepara tions to Bturt work in driving a lat eral from the 650-foot level of the Jerry Johnson mine, the objective being to connect the Duuion workings with the Wild Horse uiiiu shaft on Bull hill. At Breckenridge a new dredging company, capitalized at $l,0oo.0uo, has been promoted by Col. I Kingsbury, who stutes thut a niodorn steel-hulled 4,000 cubic yurds dally capacity gold dredging boat will be constructed this year to operate on ucres of river bed placer in the Blue River valk-y. \n\n IÍ0TICIAS DEL SUROESTE W.t.ra N.w.papr t'nlon N.w. Rar.lpa. Nuevo Mexico. El ITanco de Kutndo de Morris fué rendido al Primer Banco Nacional de Albuquerque. Georne Itoallngton fué nombrado re cibidor de la CoinpHfiftt de Trurclnn de Albuquerque. Cerca de Hoy e quemaron ochenta ovejas en un incendio que se extendió obre el llano. típriiiKer, condudo de t'oifat, du rante el año i'.Mt, expidió 2' '0 caballos f 33.37G ovejas. Silver City ha firmado nn contrato para un automóvil de tracción para el servicio de Incendio. Marshall Parker ha estado ausente por varias semanas de bu caxa en As tee. Se teme el suicidio. La gente de Phelps-lKtdRe espera producir cobre de sus mlnasde liurro Mountains antes del fin de uño. l'na superficie mucho mayor que de costumbre se sembró en avena en el condado de Quay cuta estación . Las preparaciones necesorlas se es tán haciendo en Hoswell pnra que se observe propiamente el Vía Memorial. Magdalena fué la "Mecca" de los ganaderos de Central Nuevo Mexico los Jueves y viernes próximo pasudos. Ia mstanxa Inconsiderada de ani males silvestres durante el Invierno proxlmopusado se reporta de Cimar ron. La próxima convención annul de la Iclesla episcopal para el distrito de Nuevo Mexico tendrá lugar en Kl Paso. La conferencia del distrito de El Paso de la Iglesia M. K.. en el sud, tuvo lugar en Tularusa los 12-1C de mayo. Rodeo, condado do Grnnt, tiene un depósito Inmenso de nitrato de soda de un valor comercial descubierto en el año 1913. John V. Poe de Roswe'l, presidente de la comisión de lusaclones de estado, cstft, se dice, seriamente enfermo eu su 'cusa en Roswell. W. J. Wamel. un agricultor del valle de Mimbres, perdió (no toneladas de heno, estimado en f í.ji'O, por ti In cendio en su rancho. El consejo de la ciudad de Alamo gordo lia Inaugurado una campana de muerte A las moscas pura los mucha chos y las muchachas. Kl movimiento de ganado de los montes del sud hacia las reglones de norte Mexico, Colorado y Wyoming estA ahora más activo. Los contratistas estiln reparando el reservoir del ferrocarril de Santa Fé en Ute Park, y lo tendrán listo para recibir el agua este verano. Clovls proclamó una 6rden munici pal en contra de la costumbre allí de soltar los marranos al largo dentro de los límites do la ciudad. Ijis autoridades de Washington han autorizado una nueva lechería sani taria al sanatorio de servicio del hos pital de la murlna en Fort Stanton, Casi $200 por acre fué la suma pa gada por W. C. Cox p. ra el rancho de O. H. Scott de dlex y ocho acres, cerca do una milla y media de Alaniogcrdo. Un anciano, conocido bajo el nombre de Jack Muson, fué encontrado muerte en un coche de dPigencia nbnndonadc al lado del corrul de Un Hombre cerca de Silver City. La Señora W. O. Turley declara que Santa Fé ofrece veutujas de clima híii igual para un término de cuatro meses do escuela al ext-.-rlor en favor de los niños de escuola. En el mitin mensual regular de la Junta de la ciudad se completaron los arreglos relativos á la elección de opción local que tendrá lugar en Santa Fé, el 7 de junio. Unas personas de Denver han alqul lado mil acres de terreno conteniendo depósitos de "placer" sobre el Río urande en los condados de Taos y Rio Arriba. Los arrendatarios Instalarán la maquinarla necesaria, para operar en gran escala. Magoosh, uno de los pocos sobrevi vientes Apaches que participaron de las Incursiones de Gerónimo, murió en Elk Springs, en la propiedad de re serva india de Muscalero, A una edad muy avanzada. Eu Santa Fé se aseguró, por buena autoridad, que en Nuevo Mexico y Arl sona hay cierto número de persona jr compañías expuestas á una multa variando entre $:'0 y f 1,000 por el delito do no haber presentado sus de claraciones do ImpueBtos antes del 1 de mano. Después do hoher estado conducido treinta millas hacia arriba del Rio Pe ros, de sus corrales temporales esta blecidos certa ue Santa Fé, treinta ca bezas de ciervos grandes procedentes de Gardiner, Mont., fueron libertados en la mesa de Hamilton, condado de San Miguel. 1.a cuestión de utilizar el estanque de Hondo 'como medio de protección de Itoewe'.l contra las Inundaciones fu turas, sn está estudiando en la metró polis del rondado de Chaves. W. F. Schwlnd de Lincoln, Neb., fué nombiado, temporalmente, secre tarlo privado del Secretarlo Bryan. El sucedo al ex-mle.mbro del congreso Fergusuon de Nuevo Mexico. El miércoles, 25 de mayo, las flestaa de Dia de Mayo serán celebradas por las escuelas publlcus de Santa Fé bajo los auspicios de la Asociación de Recreo y Diversión de América. El Teniente Gobernador E. C. de Baca tornó A la oficina del gobernador después de haber utentldo al mitin de la Ji'nta del uslllo de dementes en Las Vegas, en que ocasión se dió el contra to para un abastecimiento de varias cosus necesarlns representando la suma de f 12,000. En la propU 'tad de ICO acres po seída y utilizada por el gobierno de loe Estados Unidos para la educación je los Indios, cerra de Bauta Fé, ae están haciendo niejorus de mucha luí por trocla.