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WESTERN LII3HRAL lordsburo new Mexico Farls V. Bush, Cdlor snd Owner. Published Every Friday. Peace, whan It cornea, abonld coma to atay. 'However, tha mosquito knows so rulee of warfare. A woman may baT fin money, bat It eeldora a tick a with her. But raising caln haa long bean a leading occupation In Haiti. Worda with the bark on are good medicina for dippy diplomats. Many a good resolution has been shattered by s single "smile." The type of man many a woman wants Is the plenty of tin type. Strange how a submarina never la preaent at tha floating of a new war loan. The summer girl Is guilty of many a heartleaa atrocity. Her victims are countless. Lard coate a dollar a pound ra Chi huahua. Well do our marketing at home, thanks. ' The chap who klcka moat about the flies Is frequently the one who does tha least swatting. "Oil heads arrested." says an ex change We're heard of sapbeads. but what Is an oil bead? The theory that a steamer Is always safe until It tips over cannot be under stood by a landlubber. It Is much easier to teach 20 men what to do than It Is to be one of the tO to follow your own teaching. There's one advantage the Russians possess they still have plenty of room behind them In which to retreat. It's the women who pay the price of war. Over in Germany now they're even giving up their copper kettles. Another advantage In being Just one of the plain people is that you do not receive any threatening notes from cranks. Rural delivery carriers may no long er use bicycles or motorcycles. Quite right. Let them have their own auto mobiles. A youthful Chicago bandit attributes bis downfall to "wine, women and song." Tes, he should have cut out the song. "Germans may have invisible aero planes," aaya a headline. And tha al- lies are doing their best to make more of them so. Contrary to accepted tradition, this changeable weather la Just nuts and raisins for the corn crop, says the chiropodist. Great thing to be a prosperous na tion. Now we shall have a chance to send bread to Haiti to save tt from starving. No matter bow little we may love our neighbors we can aee no reason why they should not have a kindly feeling tor us. Probably the reason why they are called "sport" shirts la that the ordl nary citizen will not wear one of them except on a bet. About 141,000,000 worth of autoa have been shipped to Europe since the war began, and none of them tor Joy riders either. Somebody has Invented an umbrella that can be opened only by the own er. It's a mean man who would buy one of those things. Qolt Is now mentioned as a cure for insanity. We've seen a lot of "nuts" on tha links that It doesn't seem to be helping any. Chawing wood and saying nothing will be tha proper caper tor epicures, now that a scientist person has recom mended the sawdust diet. An Ohio man recently hanged him self from the top round of a ladder. Tbus are we once more reminded that there is always room at the top. "It is said that atiiped stockings are coming Into fashion. They ought to be checked," aaya the Philadelphia Inquirer. What's the matter with hav ing them barred T A prominent surgeon bas sewed up a wound in a man's heart. If this form of surgery proves uniformly suc cessful It ought to put a crimp in sev eral nouble damage suits. i Occasionally a convict takes advan tage of the honor system to make bis escape. Still, convicts have their weaknesses like everybody else. The retreat of the Russian arm; eastward will bars the lamentable re sult of Introducing a lot of new hard names to the world geogtapby class. There are men whose hearts ar bleeding copiously for the farmer, wbo would not hesitate to lew him down to ten centa each tor chickens and a nickel a dozen for eggs. Tba fancy vest Is said to be com Ing back Into style. This will be a disappointment, no doubt, to the boys who bave been wearing low-neck shirts this summer. They must bav been looking forward to corsage bou quels. The United States broke all previ ous records for the production of sul pnor durlar the laat üscal year. Be II you notice a smell ot brluistont don't think that It la entirely due u the breezes wafted across tbs At lantlc Comlo artists will mourn Burbaok! production of the oonskld banana peel Poor things, they'll bsve to think U) some new Joke as substitute lor thai old reliable ludlcroualy runny on about allpptog up on the banana skit on the sidewalk. . An American machinist wbo wa arrested and Interned In German) aays be was made to do bard tnanua labor when he refused to repair mill tary automobiles. What doea be coo aider repairing automobiles, a diver sloo or a privilege?' THE WORLD ÍÜ PARAGRAPHS BRIEF RECORD OF PASSING EVENTS IN THIS AND FOR EIGN COUNTRIES. IN LATE DISPATCHES DOINGS AND HAPPENINGS THAT MARK THE PROGRESS OF THE AGE. Wetra Niwniiw Union lw Service. ABOUT THE WAR. Russia will call an additional army of 8,000,000 reserves to colora. An Austrian submarine torpedoed and aank a large British transport In the southern Adriatic. The number of Russians taken prisoners since May 1 by the Aus trlans and Germans Is reckoned by La Suisse at 2,671,750. Field Marshal von Hlndenburg's army is now well astride the Dvinsk- Vllna railway, his advance guards hav ing reached and occupied the town of Vldzy. Official announcement was made In the House of Commons that the total of British war casualties up to Aug. 21 was 381,083 offlcera and men killed, wounded or missing. A new vote of credit for $1,250,000,- 000 was asked In the House of Com mons by Premier Asqulth. This brings the total up to 16,310,000,000. The premier announced that nearly 1,000,000 men had enlisted. Official announcement was made in London that Russian torpedo boats bad sunk near Slnope, a seaport of Asia Minor on the Black sea, an en tire fleet of sailing vessels laden with munitions of war. The crews of these vessels were taken prisoners. Advices from Constantinople, ac cording to the Athena correspondent of the Exchange Telegraph Company, are to the effect that all government financial institutions, such as the Ottoman bank, are making prepara. tlons to move to the Interior of Asia Minor. According to the most recent finan cial report, M. Rlbot said, the average monthly war expenses of Russia were 1.800,000,000 franca (1360,000.000); Germany's monthly war expenses ap proach 2,500,000,000 francs ($500,000,- 000). while Great Britain's exceed this amount. Minister of Finance Rlbot's memo randa accompanying the bill intro duced In the chamber of deputies at Paris appropriating 6,200,000 francs ($1,240,000,000) for the expenses of the last quarter of the year. Bay that France already has advanced 650,000,- 000 francs ($130,000,000) to her allies. Stern battles are being fought all along the eastern front from Riga to the Rumanian borders, and while the Germana continue to advance slowly in the north and center, the Russians In the south are repeating their suc cesses against : the Auatro-German armies, whloh are now being driven back across the river Strips in Ga llcla and have been forced to retire westward, north of the Gallclan fron tier. To the aouth of Vilna, towards Grodno, the Russians are offering stubborn resistance and have the Ger mans firmly held. WESTERN. Colorado is to have auto mall deliv ery. The fifteenth anniversary of the In dependence of Guatemala waa cele brated as Guatemala day at the Pan ama-Pacific Exposition at San Fran cisco. Several thousand auffragists from the various states opened, at San Francisco a big convention under the auBplces of the Women's Congres sional Union. . More than 1,500 pairs of socks were collected at Duluth, Minn., for Cana dlan soldiers on the Europeon battle fields at a "Chrlstmast shower" given by Canadian sympathizers. Bandits operating along the Mexi can Northwestern railroad have threatened the Uvea of all foreigners, particularly Americana, according to reports received at El 'Paso, Tex. Final surveys, preparatory to con struction work, have been made dur ing the past few days on the exten sion of the Union Pacific system from Wyoming Into the Colorado field tapped by the Moffat road. Newman Erb, wealthy financier and railroad reorganizar, wbo swal lowed two poison tablets by mistake. Is confined to his summer home at Deal, N. J., calmly availing the out come of the efforts being made by three specialists to save his Ufe.. He Ib virtually free from pain, and Is en tirely conscious. William J. Bryan made a trip to Detroit and conferred privately with Henry Ford regarding the letter's $10,000,000 peace plan. WASHINGTON. President Wilson appointed William Reíd of Rawlina, Wyo., as register of the land office at Cheyenne. President Wilson waa decorated with a miniature American flag, which waa pinned on him on behalf ot the Grand Army of the Republic annual encampment. William J. Bryan announced that he had taken under advisement a sug gestion from editors of forelgn-lau-guage newspapers published In the United States that he make a tour of Europe as a peace envoy to the war ring powers. President Wilson was told by Dr. Aletta 11, Jacobs of Amsterdam, Hol land, that there Is little prospect of European peace In the near future. Dr. Jacoba was one of the delegates to the Woman's Peace Conference held at The Hague several months ago. Announcement was made at the State Department ot the receipt of a message from the American legation, Berne, Switzerland, stating that the note asking for the recall of Ambassa dor Dumba was delivered lu Vienna Sept. 10. , Divorced, married again and strick en with paralysis was tho record of events foi John W. Wise, a constable The divorce came,, alter which Wise and Miss" Julia Elizabeth Scott went to the Hev. 11. G. Hoe to get married. During tha first words of the cere mony Wlta fell to the floor, but Inter the riten were finished. FOREIGN. The Colombian Cabinet resigned as the result of a dlKsgreement with the Congress. All early reports to the army and civil officials Indicated a peaceful celebration of the holiday by Mexi cans. The death Is announced at Florence, Italy, of Cardinal Penedotta Loreo snlll, archbishop of Lucca and perfect of the congregation of studies. The first order the British govern ment placed with the Canadian manu facturers for field artillery guns and howitzers amounted to $65,000,000. The bill providing for a general po litical amnesty, which has been ap proved by the Chamber of Deputies, was adopted at Lima, Peru, by the Senate. The mayor of Regla, on the east shore of Havana harbor, has asked the secretary ot the Interior for per mission to Issue rif es to the police, aa a negro uprising Is feared. The death la announced of Bugler Rolland, sole survivor of those whe took part In the battle of Sldl Brahla In 1845 In the French war of subjuga tion In Algeria. He waa 95 years old The Turin, Italy, Gazetta del Po polo says It haa received a dispatct from Petrograd stating that Em perol Nicholas has granted amnesty to al political prisoners. The number af fected Is said to be more than 100,000 The Russian duma was prorogued at Petrograd until mid-November President Rodzlanko announcing an Imperial order authorizing the proro gatlon, which had been transmitted through Premier Goremykln. The power schooner Ruby arrived at Nome, Alaska, from Herschel Is land, on the Arctic coast west of tht mouth of the Mackenzie river, with news that Vllhjalmur Stefansson, tht Canadian explorer, who, with twt companiona, Storker, Storkerson and Ole Anderson, set out from Martin Point, Alaska, March 22, 1914, ovei the frozen Polar ocean to search foi supposed new lands In the Beaufort sea. Is not only alive and well, but hai accomplished every purpose for which the hazardous Journey was under taken. 8PORT. Jack Torres of Albuquerque wai awarded the decision over Dick Weill of Cincinnati in their fifteen-round fight at the Ramona, Colo., Athletic Club. Sam Goshen, well known In Colora do Springs athletic and newspapei circles; and Miss Minnie A. Reed eloped to Pueblo and were married. Mr. Goshen had been umpire at the Zoo baseball park for several yean and had refereed a number of local fights. The mile state pacing record waa broken on the State Fair ground track at Pueblo, Colo., when Waynetta, a horse entered in the $1,000 event, cir cled the oval in 2:08. The ownei received a special prize of $50 In addi tion to the purse for the race. According to the official statement made to the State Boxing Commission of New York by the promoters ot the Glbbons-McFarland bout, 24.845 per sons paid admissions to witness that boxing contest. The gross receipts were $58,069, ot which the state re ceives $4,355.17. Frank Clay, an aeronaut, fell from his parachute at the state fair ground! at Pueblo, Colo., receiving Injuries from which he died six hours later. A year ago Weldon Cook, the California aviator, was killed at the state fall grounds when his aeroplane col lapsed in attempting to "loop loop." the GENERAL. Ten deaths were reported In the eaat from the heat wave. The first cargo of German-made toys to arrive at Philadelphia this yeai was unloaded from the Holland-Amer ican line steamer Zaandyk. There were 1,200 cases In the cargo. Mayor Mltchel of New York said that the budget for 1916 may be $212. 000,000, the Increased figure being due to the direct state tax of $19,000,000, of which the city will have to pay $13,500,000. John D. Rockefeller, Jr., through the Rockefeller Bureau of Social Hy giene, sent an $18,000 check to Mise Katherlne D. Davis, commissioner ol corrections, toward the cost of erect ing a hospital lor drug habitúes on Hiker's island. At Lobo, Tex., Fred Friable wai drowned by a flood of water that came down a dry arroyo from a mountain cloudburst, and Napoleon Espall, farm hand, was killed by lightning on the Cadwallader farm, seven miles be low El Paso. Near Bartlesvllle, Okla., one life was lost, property damaged to an ex tent estimated at $500,000 and train service demoralized on three rail roads, the result of the worst flood that has overwhelmed that section Id twenty-five years. Judge George A. Carpenter of the United States District Court a,t Chi cago tas ordered the receivers of th Chicago, Rock Island ft Pacific rail road to start action against presen! and former directors of the company for the recovery of $6,000,000. That its warning to Americans to keep out of Mexico has been renewed the State Department formally ao A "Get-together" movement bj practically all of the financial Inter eats In New York was started In an effort to facilitate the $1,000,000,000 loan to England and France. At New York, Coloradd Fuel and Iron, which had shown stead) strength during the early days of the week, became very active in the final hour, when It dominated the entire list. With little Interruption it ad venced 7 to 64, closing at 62. The wages of women 18 years old and over who have been employed foi at least one year in department atorei in Massachusetts, must be not lesi than $8.50 a week, beginning Jan. 1916, according to a decree announced by the minimum wage commission ol Massachusetts. Dr. Karl E. Guthe, dean of the Uni versity ot Michigan, died at a local hospital at Ashland following an operation. Firea of allged Incendiary origin In California and Oregon hop ranches have caused damage to buildings and harvested crops eutliuated at more than $0,000. Three masked man entered the Farmers and Merchants' Bank, lo cated In Greenville, a suburb of Sioux City, la., held up Ralph M. Fritz, the assistant cashier, and escaped with about $2 i0. CC'.VCOYSIIALxllAYLOa lOILIA MAN PRESIDENT OF RE- UNION ASSOCIATION. Mambers Talked Over Plane for the 1916 Meeting to Be Held at Eaat Laa Vegas. Western Newapauer Union Newe Servtae. East Las Vegaa, N. M. Members of the New Mexico Cowboys' Reunion Association, Incorporated, met here and took over the affairs of the execu tive committee that had charge of the first annual reunion of the organiza- tion laat July. A substantial balance waa uu uina. The executive committee held a short session preceding the meeting ot the new corporation. The new so ciety named a board of directors. which In turn elected officers. The omc,Ig ar, are f0u0ws: W. A. Nay- lor of Dllla, president; U O. Neaftis ot Cuervo, vice president; Donald Ste wart of Eaat Las Vegaa, treasurer; William H. Springer of Las Vegas, secretary. The directors are, with few exceptions, cattlemen, the same being true of the officers, and are the tol lowing: W. A. Naylor, Dllia; J. O- Neafus, Cuervo; J. V. Auatln, Cha- perlto; Secundlno Romero, Las Vegaa; Apolonlo Sena, Park Springe; A. B. Bagley, Cuervo; J. A. Wilson, Fort Union; J.' A. Whltmore, Eaat Laa Vegas; Walter Lyman, Watrous; G. M. Jonea, East Laa Vegas; M. G Keenan, Springer. The members talked over plans for the 1916 reunion, which will take place here. New Mexico Ralalng More Grain, Santa Fé. The following is the New Mexico crop report for Septem ber: Corn, Sept. 1 forecast, 2,760,000 bushels; final, 1914, 2,676,000. Winter wheat, preliminary estimate. 1.188,000 bushels; final, 1914. 1,125.000. Spring wheat, Sept. 1 forecast, 850,000 bush els; final, 1914. 713.000. Oats. 8ept. 1 forecast, 2,160,000 , bushels; final, 1912, 1,976.000. Potatoes, Sept. I fore cast, 895.000 bushels; final, 1914, 900,- 000. Hay, (all tame) preliminary esti mate, 444,000 tons; final, 1914, 516, 000 tons. Apples, Sept. 1 forecast, 835,000 bushels; final, 1914, 900,000 bushels. Alfalfa, production In 1915, 92 per cent of full crop; 9-year aver age. 91 per cent of full crop. Stock hoga, number Sept. 1, 120 per cent ot year ago. Report on Probable Revenue Santa Fé. An optimistic report on the probable revenue of the state for the fiscal yaar commencing Dec. 1 next, bas been prepared by some of the members of the executive commit tee of the recently organized Taxpay ers' Association of New Mexico. The report Is in no way official, but Us preparation was in line with sugges tions made during the recent organi zation session here. Tribute to Mrs, Herring. Santa Fé. The following resolution haa been adopted by the Santa e Woman's Club: "The Santa Fé Wom an's Club wishes to express its deep sense of bereavement at the loss which it has sustained in the death nt Mm Harrv T. Herring and its af jectionate appreciation of her char- acter and service, Tueumcarl Boy Goes to Annapolis. Tucumcarl. Chas. Goldenberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Goldenberg of Tucumcari. has received an appoint ment as midshipman to the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis. Bloodhounds Used to Track Robbers. Santa Fé Bloodhounds from tne state penitentiary were used by Sher iff ClosBon in tracking criminals who broke Into a farm house In Rio Arriba county and stole $48. Carrizozo Fall Festival. Carrlzozo. Carrizozo will again fall festival, and the datea set are oct i and 2. Sports, such as bQne racIng baBeball and basket ball eB wl be put on Tnere wllI BO r . k.,i.... h anennd day of the festival. OH Well to Supply Fuel. Artesis, The Brown oil well, eight miles southeast of Arteela, has been leased by the National Plaater Com- pany of Oriental and will at once oe put In shape to supply fuel oil for the plaater factories between Lakewood and Carlabad. The Brown well is the i! nrnriiirer In New Mexico Bnd good for fifty barreiB 0f olí per day, under a pump. Whltefacee Bring $105 per Head. Talban. The largest price paid for cattle in these parts waa In the deal where John Tyson paid Charles Epps $105 per bead for 110 bead ot white- faced cowb. Tbey are full-blooded Herefords. Tyson offered $60 a bead for the yearling heifers In the Epps herd and was refused. Woman Heads Medical Society. East Las Vegas. Dr. Evelyn Frls- bee of Albuquerque was elected presi dent of the New Mexico Medical So ciety and that city was chosen as the aext place ot meeting. This is the tlrst time in the history of medical societies, it is stated, that a woman has been chosen president. Other of ficers are: Dr. C. 8. Losey of Las Vegas, Dr. J. W. Klnslnger of Roswell snd Dr. A. H. Deling of Gallup, vice presidents; Dr. R. E. McBrlde oi Las Cruces, secretary; Dr. F. E. Tull of Albuquerque, treasurer. Annual Meeting of Club Women. Albuquerque.Mrs. Rupert F. As- plund ot Santa Fé, president ot the New Mexico Federation of Women's Clubs, bas issued the preliminary pro gram for the fifth annual convention ot the federation to be held in Por tales Oct. 5, 6 and 7. Brakeman Killed on Dawson Line. Tucumcarl. Brakeman J. H. With- older of the E. P. ft S. W., was killed by train No. 185 at mile post 37 on the Dawson Une. Ctsyton Llvsry Stable Burned. Clnyton. Hill Brothers' livery sta ble here was destroyed by fire with a total loss of about $10,000. Lopez Held for Sanchez Murdsr. Socorro. Msrtln Lopez, son of well-known Socorro county family, Is In Jail here awaiting a preliminary hearing on a charge of murder, and Marcus Sanchez is dead as a result of a saloon brawl at San Antonio, In which It is alleged Sanchez was stubbed by Lopes. NEW MEXICO NEWS GthAfcl From All Parts of the Slate W eater Newepaper Union ft ewa Service COMINO BSVB1TS. Sept. Jz-H. Ban Juan County Fair at Altec Kept. t rumrkln Pla Day at Max well. int. zt-ZO-Oct. I. Northern New Mex ico Fair at llnton. Sept. i-Oct. i. Alfalfa Festival and Klower Hhrtw at Artesla. Sept. JS-Ort. 1 Dona Ana County Fair at Lm trucee. Oct. 1-t Fall Feetlval at Carrlioso. Oct. S-7. Kooaevslt County r'alr at Portalea. Oct. S-7 Meeting Federation of Worn- en'a (-luba at l'ortalea. Oot. 11 -IS. State Fair at Albuquerque. Farmers of Colfax county are buy ing tractors. Work on a new hotel at Demlng will be started soon. The contract haa been let for a new church at Española. "The Lodge" at Cloudcroft has been closed for the season. Albuquerque men have formed a $250,000 electric company. New Mexico now has a million dol lars available for road work. Governor McDonald has pardoned Benltq Canches of Mora county. The Bank of Demlng has increased Its cspital from $30,000 to $50,000. A new 100-barrel flour mill is now rapidly nearlng completion at Mills. The taxpsyers of Luna county vot ed on a $100,000 bond proposition foi constructing rosds. New Mexico will get $31,786.46 and $12,714.. 68 as her share of the national forest receipts for 1915. The Santa Crnz school building, completed at a cost of $2,500, is a replica of the old palace. Grant county goats are now being hipped to England "for mutton," ac cording to a Sliver City report. Mrs. Elsie Smith has sued the city of Santa Fé for $5,000 for alleged dam ages when she fell Into a ditch. J. C. Richards, 17, was bound over at Alamogordo on a charge of robbing me postomce at mountain rara. The Continental Tie and. Tlmbei Company of Cimarron has resumed operations with Its treating plant. Gurley Brothers opened a large broom corn warehouse at Portales with an old-fashioned "barn dance.'" An addition 60 by 33 feet Is being built to the hospital ot the Rocky Mountain Fuel Company at Gardner. Ten thousand Indians and 5,000 wa termelons are ampng the scheduled attractions at the San Juan county talr at Shlprock. The Supreme Court has denied a writ of habeas corpus In the Colfax :ounty murder case, and Towndrow must stay In prison. Joseph Slagel, a farmer at Miesse, was so severely Injured by the explo sion of an acetylene tank that be suc cumbed to his Injuries. Game and Fish Warden De Baca appointed John L. Lobb deputy game warden at Wlllard, and J. H. Harbin, license collector at Cuervo. The Roosevelt County Creamery with Ben Smith as agent at Portales, filed Incorporation papers In the of fice ot the State Corporation Commis sion. It Is capitalized at $15.000, di vided Into 600 shares at $25. Rock Island, in Quay county, is about to bave Its name officially changed, by action of the Postoffice Department. It will be rechrlstened Glenrlo. The railroad station has borne the latter name for some time. Charged with giving liquor to an Indian while he was attending Federal Court aa a witness, Pat F. Hogan, a saloon keeper of Cerrillos, was bound over to the Federal Grand Jury un der $1,000 bond by United States Com missioner M. T. Dunlavy. J. P. Adams, engineer in charge of the sewer construction In Santa Fé, dug up one of the prehistoric resi dents of Santa Fé, while excavating trench on Johnson street. It was the skeleton ot a young man of good proportions. The skull Is well round ed and is now on exhibit In the museum. Plans for holding tbe biggest auto mobile show ever undertaken In the Southwest In connection with the ap proaching State Fair In Albuquerque, Oct. 11-16, are now fairly under way, Tbe show is to be given under the auspices of the Albuquerque Automo bile Racing Association, and Is to be one ot the conspicuous features of the fair. Upon the application of H. J. Vatch er, Jr., of Los Angeles, who filed a petition asking that a receiver be ap pointed for tbe Gallup Electric Light Company, and that an injunction be granted restraining tbe directors and officers of the corporation from inter fering with the receiver. Judge Will iam H. Pope, at Santa Fé, appointed Francis C. Wilson receiver snd siso granted the reatraining order. Mr. and Mrs. Howard's 4-year-old daughter, Jessie, fractured her hip in a fall from a wagon at Fort Sumner. Nine criminal and 160 civil caaes were on tbe docket of the District Court at Santa Fé for the September term. Wheat in the Cimarron seetion is yielding 30 to 40 bushels and the oats and corn crops are reported excep tionally fine. Two Graul county hunters were fined $50 each, with $25 added for fees, at Silver City, for hunting with out a license. A monster bean crop Is now ready (or harvesting in the Estancia valley. A state examination tor teachers' certificates will be held at Santa Fé Oct. l and 2. Jens J. Jacobseu, one of the most prominent and popular residents of Luns county, died suddenly at his ranch home twenty miles northwest ot Demlng. Celso Canuto, a Three Rivers boy, had his skull so bsdly Injured by be ing kicked by a horse that he died a fe hours after an operation was per formed. Hollow tile, msde at tbe state peni tentiary, -la being used In tbe con struction of a $10,000 building tor the forestry service at Panta Fé. The month ot August, 1916, aver aged considerably below the normal, both in temperature and precipitation It waa the coldest August of record li New Mexico. Jutige William H. Pope of Santa Fé dismissed the suit of Mlchele Simone, s minor.- wbo waa aulng the Stag Canon Fuel Company, tarough An gelo Dascenzo, his next friend, foi $7.600 damages. BEÍ1ÜST0Í1FF TO SETTLE WITH U.S. OIVEN POWER TO SIGN AGREE MENTS ENDINO DISPUTES WITH GERMANY. VON JAGOV FOR PEACE KAISER'S AMBASSADOR IN POS SESSION OF FULL INFORMA TION AS TO OERMAN PLANS. Western Newepaper Union Niwn Service. Berlin. A full settlement of the ubmsrlne problem can probably be arranged by negotiations In Washing ton. Count von Bernstorff, German am bassador to the United Statea. Is in possession of complete Information re garding the wishes and policy of Ger many, and has been given power to negotiate In terms of settlement with the United States subject only to final revision and approval by the home government. A long report on the submarine sit uation was received here from Count von Bernstorff and an equally long message of Instructions went forward to the ambassador. Both dispatches were of a nature which seems .to make afflclals confident that the whole sub marine problem can be speedily and safely settled. The form which the negotiations are now taking goes to strengthen this op timism, for In such conversations Count von Bernstorff Is in a position to communicate many things not adapted to Inclusion In a public note, but which are of a nature to convince the American government of the good faith behind Germany s assurances snd the government's settled determl nation to remove these sources ot con flict on the submarine question. The hope la expressed here that the negotiations can be pushed through without delay, and that no further Is sues may be brought In to complicate t settlement. The German government will give Its careful consideration to the evl dence concerning the circumstances which attended the sinking of the steamer Arabic, submitted by the American government through Ambas sador Gerard. Gottlieb von Jagow, the foreign minister, made a statement to this effect. In his Btatement, the foreign minis ter went fully Into the present subma rine problem and the adventitious circumstances which for a time threat ened to revive the tension between Germany and America. He expressed complete confidence that. In view oí the Instructions which had been given and the precautions now being taken, the possibility of further Incidents In connection with the submarine campaign which would disturb the relations between the two countries had been virtually elimi nated. ' Germany, Herr von Jagow said. would participate willingly In the ne gotiations now being taken up In Washington and hopes for the most atlsfactory results therefrom. Kaiser to Aid Turks. Berlin. A message from Constan tinople quotes Enver Pasha, Turkish minister of war, as saying mat a great Gem army was to go to Turkey. Historic Abbey Burned. London. Ankerwycke, the hiBtorli mansion at Wraysbury, in whose grounds King Henry VIII wooed Annt Boleyn, were destroyed by nre. TO RECOGNIZE MEXICAN FACTION New York. Secretary Lansing, rep resenting the United Statea govern ment and tbe diplomatic representa tives of Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Bo ltvla. Uruguay and Guatemala, re solved at their meeting here that thf time had come for tha extension ol formal recognition to a government lc Mexico. In three weeks another meeting ol the conference will be held In Wash Ington, at which a decision Is to be reached as to the elements upon whlct recognition should be conferred. A formal atatement issued by tht conference declared that Inasmuch ai the factions themselves had tailed tt come to an agreement, recognltior would be accorded to the de facte authorities possessing the "materia and moral capacity necessary to pro tect the lives and property of nation ala and foreigners." Each of the several governments, 11 was announced, would Itself "Judg( such a capacity, and recognition wll likewise be extended by each govern ment separately at such time as It ma) deem proper." Russlsns Cornered; Vilna Captured, Londou. The Germans have occu pied Vilna and have succeeded In al most surrounding a portion or the Russian army which Is fighting In the railway triangle between Vilna, Lida and Vtletka. At the southern end of of the line General lvanoff is keep ing Field Marshal von Mackensen at arm's-length from the fortress of Kov no, the key to the route to Kiev, aud In counter attacka bas retaKen a num ber of villages In Volhynla and Galicia. 8yndicsts to Handls Losn to Allies New York. The proposed mam moth credit loan to Great Britain and France, according to reports, la to be underwritten by a large syndicate ol American financiers and bankers whe m tn receive a commission, which mav reach $3.000.000 for their serv ices. The securities offered, it was said, will be British and French 6 peí cent government bonds, and the price n ih Investor is to be par. The amount of the loan. It waa reported, It as yet undetermined, but will e be tween $600,000,000 and $800,000,000. Irrlgationlats Elect Officers. Sacramento, Cal. Richard F. Bur gee of El Paso, Tex., was chosen pres ident of the International Irrigation Congress. Other officers chosen were: J. S. Dennis. Cslgary, Canada, first vice president; George Albert Smith, Salt Lake City, second vice president; L. A. Nares. Fresno, third vice presi dent; Kurt Grunwald, Denver, fourth vice president; L. Clapp, Hatch, N. M., fifth vice president; Arthur Hook er, Spokane, secretary. All were elected unanimously. "S-O-M-E Doughnut!" "Any time you want rril rood let die Lliumn oaamg , Powderl Mv mother see it she's tried all others tht's learned her tenon now ha ai irk lo Calumet. Unequalled for ' making j tender, wholeeome. light bak InRt. Wonderful Uaranlng snd railing qualities uniform muiti. Mother says Calumet It iW ex cenital M kur mn m Mini I m. i rr it i IU..ITM1 HlalMet Airar) Htm Cmi Bmi Sw tm Vtf ta Fot"' Cm Cheap and big can Baking Powders do not save, you money. Calumet does It's Pure and br superior to sour milk and soda. KNIFE IS THE BEST WEAPON Training of Infantry on the Continent Hereaftir Will Include Hantf-to-Hand righting. Today the defense stands pat on earthworks, wire and machine guns. Tho attack has triad gas, petrol, bayo nets, siege artillery, field artillery. grenades and mines, and bas come out, generally speaking, second best. Trench mortars have not developed the requisite accuracy nor tbe requi site destructive power. High-explosive shells In sufficient quantitiea have accomplished the best offensive work, and the infantry Is depending more and more on a short, heavy knife. which Is the best for work under ground or In the dark. To sum up: killing the defenders of a position Is accomplished by shells fired at least two miles away on the average; and. secondly, by what tho French ce.ll body-to-body lighting, for which a knife Is the best weapon. The train ing of Infantry on the continent will. In the future, undoubtedly Include the technique of hand-to-hand struggles for which physical agility and strength must be developed. New Republic. Libel on the Bagpipe. All Engllxh battalions were recent ly warned to keep a careful wxtch for any contrivances which the Germans might use with the object of produc ing poisonous guseii. i'hortly after ward a certain regiment ou taking over some trenches found an old bag pipe left In the lines. At ouce the colonel, who possessed a rare sense of humor, sent the following message to brigade headquarters: "A weird instrument has Just been discovered in my trenches; it is believed to ho used for producing asphyxiating noises." Acquitted. "Why do you say the officer Is wrong?" demanded the Judge, "when be swears you came up behind htm silently at the rate of 25 miles an hour?" "Because the running board always rattles at ten miles an hour." Art, as construed by the magazines, appears to be a picture of a woman wearing only one or two articles cf clothing. Building Master Men Potash, sodium, lime and iron are some of tho vital mineral salts necessary to proper nourishment of mus cle, brain and nerves, but are not found in proper abund ance in white bread and many other foods. Grape-Nuts made from whole wheat and malted barley richly supplies these needed min eral elements and . is a deli cious dish served with cream or rich milk. Crape-Nuts food ia splen did for brain workers, and ideal for school children. Being partially pre-digested, it is quickly absorbed by the system going directly to the up-building of sinew, brain and nerves without overload ing the stomach. t ra a ere s a Keasca Sold by Grocers. i I 1 O I KCT MACES f!Í 111311 \n\n NOTICIAS DEL ESTADO De Intars para toda la gante de Nueve Msxleo. Weetern Newenaner Vnion Newe Service. El banco de Demlng ha aumentado su capital de $30,000 á $50,000.' El Gobernador McDonald perdón I Benito Chenches del condado , de Mora. Al presente una cosecha enorme de frijoles está en curso en el valle de Estancia, Pronto ae empezarán en Demlng los trsbajos de construcción de un nuevo hotel. Los sgrlcultores del condado da Colfax están comprando máquinas ds tracción. Ixa hombrea de Albuquerque han formado una compañía eléctrica ae $250,000. - Se ha dado un contrato para la con strucción de una nueva iglesia en Española. El edificio de escuela de Santa Cruz, completado al costo de $2,600 es lina copla del viejo palacio. Nuevo Mexico ahora tiene en su di sposición un millón pesos para uso en la construcción de caminos. Un exámen de estado para certifica dos de maestros tendrá lugar en San ta Fé loa 1 y 2 2de octubre. En Mills se está acabando el esta blecimiento de un nuevo molino de ha rina de una capacidad de 100 barriles Los contribuyentes del condado ds Luna votaron sobre una proposición de $100,000 relativa á la construcción de caminos. Nueve caaos criminales y 160 civiles estaban en el órden del día en la corte distrito de Santa Fé para el mes de septiembre. J. C. Richards, de 17 anos de edad fué arrestado en Alamogordo acusado de robar la oficina de correos en Mountain Park. Diez mil Indios y 6,000 melones de agua están entre ios airacuvoa ao programa de la feria de condado de San Juan en Shlprock. La hija de cuatro afios de la Se ñora y del Sefior Howard, Jessie, se fracturó la cadera en su calda de una carreta en Fort Sumner. El trigo en la sección de Cimarron está produciendo 30 y 40 bushels y laa cosechas de avena y mala están en muy buenas condiciones. Las cabras del condado de Grant ahora se están expidiendo para Ingla terra como "carne de oveja," segfin dice un reporte de Silver City. Los Hermanos Gurley abrieron uns gran casa de depósito para el mata d escoba en Portales con un "baile de granja" a la manera antigua. Joseph Slagel, un agricultor de Mtesse, fué tan malamente herido por la explosión de un tanque de acetl lena que sucumbió á sus heridas. Nuevo Mexico recibirá $31,786.46 y $12,714.58 como parte suya de las re cetas procedentes del arrendamiento de las selvas nacionales en 1915. Dos cazadores del condado de Graul fueron condenados i pagar multa de $50 cada uno, con $25 más como hon- orarlos, por haber cazado sin licencia, Rock Island, en el condado de Quay, 1 va a tener su nombre cambiado ofi cialmente, por órden deparsmento de correos. Se llamará Qlenrlo. Ya el pa radero del ferrocarril ha llevado este nombre por algún tiempo. J. P. Adams, ingeniero encargado de la construcción del sistema de desagüe en Santa Fé, encontró, en sus excavaciones en la calle Johnson á uno de los residentes prehistóricos de la ciudad. Era el esqueleto de un Joven de buenas proporciones. El crá neo es muy redondo y está ahora en exhibición en el museo. Los preparativos para celebrar la exhibición de automóviles mayor que ninguna de laa precedentes en el sure- J "' tuu ' " " tado que viene, en Albuquerque, los 11-16 de octubre, están ahora en buen curso de ejecución. La exhibición se dará bajo los auspicios de la Asocia ción de Corridas de Automóvil de Al buquerque, y será uno de los rasgos sobresalientes de la feria, En conformidad con la demanda de H. J. Vatcher, hijo, de Los Angeles, que presentó una petición demand ando que se designe á un recibidor para la Compañía de lux eléctrica de Gallup, y que se conceda un reqque rimlento impidiendo á los directores y otros oficiales de la corporación de iiuerinjunrao u lun huuiub uoi reci bidor, el juez William H. Pope, de Santa Fé, nombró á Francis C. Wilson recibidor y también concedió el re querimiento demandado. La lechería del condado de Roose velt, con Ben Smith como agente en Portales, presentó sus papeles de in corporación en la oficina de la comi sión de corporaciones. El capital de clarado es de $15,000, dividió en 600 acciones de $25. La Continental Tie y Lumber Co. de Cimarron ha reasumido sus opera ciones en la planta da tratamiento de la madera. Se eatá construyendo una adición de 50 por 33 pies al hospital de la Rocky Mountain Fuel Company en Gardner. Acusado de haber dado licor á un Indio mientras este estaba presente en la corte federal como téstlgo. Pat T. Hogan, un cantinero de Cerrillos, fué arrestado para el gran Jurado federal bajo fianza de $1,000 por el comision ado de los Estados Unidos M. T. Dun lavy. El guardian de caza y pescaderías De Baca nombró á John L. Lobb dipu tado guardian para la casa en Wll lard, y á J. W. Harbin, cobrador de Ucencias en Cuervo. Jens J. Jscobsen, uno de los resi dentes más notables y populares del condado de Luna, talleció de repente en su casa de rancho veinte millas al noroeste de Demlng. Celso Canuto, un muchacho de Tres Ríos, tuvo el cráneo tan malamente golpeado por las patadas de un ca ballo que murió algunas horas des- spués de una operación.. La Señora Elsie Smith ha entablado Juicio en contra de la ciudad de Santa Fé por $5.000 por daños y perjuicios sufridos cuando ella se cayó en una unja. ; i La teja vacia,, hecha en la peniten ciarla de estado, ae está usando ahora an ta construcción oe un edirlcio de $10,000 para ti servicio de selvas en Santa Fé. , t " La corte suprema negó un decreto judicial de habeas' corpus en el caso Je asesinato del condado de Colfax, y Towndrow tendrá que quedarse en la cárcel.