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NEWS TO DATE IN PARAGRAPHS CAUGHT FROM THE NETWORK OF WIRES ROUND ABOUT THE WORLD. DURING THE PAST WEEK RECORD OF IMPORTANT EVENTS CONDENSED FOR BUSY PEOPLE. Wtatira Nwrrpr pinion ntwi Strrlct. ABOUT THE WAR Lieutenant Guynemer has bagged his twenty-eighth German aoroplnnq his third In sevonty-two hours tho offi cial wr office statement announced In Paris. Renewed fighting has broken out In the Higa region on the Russian front, tho war otflco announced In Berlin. Tho result of tho engagements has been favorable to the Germans. Capturo of further Russian positions on both sidos ot the River Aa (Riga front), and repulse of strong hostile counter attacks on the east bank, has been announced In official statements in Berlin. A small unldontlfled Gorman vessel approached tho Suffolk coast and fired a number ot shells, only a portion of which reached the land. Thero were no casualties and only Insignificant damage. Dispatches from Montovldlo re ceived at Buenos Aires declared on re liable Information that tho Gorman raider has been Identified as the for mer Hamburg-South American liner Cap Ortcgal. Germany has started a sudden offon slvo toward Verdun and an offonslvo whoso first clash with tho French de fenders lias boon marked by desperate hand-to-hand fighting on tho slopes ot Dead Man's hill. Capturo of Russian fort positions of moro than six miles extent, with four teen officers, 1,700 rank, and thirteen machine guns was announced In the German official statement from Prince Leopold's front on both sides of tho River Aa, Riga sector. Moro than $90,000,000 In gold was sold to tho Bank of England by tho Bank of Franco In 1910. That sum does not Include loans of gold payablo after the war. Tho Bank of Franco has advanced tho government $1,480, 000,000. Its circulation of bank notes was $3,330,000,000. WESTERN Adobe houses at tho American flcl headquarters In Colonia Dublan were being blown down with dynamite and tho flooring shipped to Columbus, N. M. Filings havo been made, within a period of throe weeks, on between 1, 000,000 and 1,600,000 acres of govern ment land In Colorado under tho pro visions ot tho 640-acro homestead act. Small Woman, former wlfo of Sitting Bull, is dead at tho Fort Bcrthold li clian reservation in western North Dakota from burns sustained when flro destroyed her shack nt Lucky Mound. The famous painting of Buffalo Bill by Paplclna, tho Italian nrtlst, and many other raro and costly trophlos owned by tho old scout, will bo in trusted to Denver's caro "for the peoplo qf tho country," according to plans which have been mado by tho colonel's widow. The Mountain States Lumbor Deal ers' Association, which held its con vention In Denver, elected tho follow ing officers: W. R. Grler of Cheyenne, president; J. O. Frobstel of Santa Fé, N. M., first vico president; Fred 1 Conlno of Donver, second vico presi dent; Honry Larson of Rawlins, Wyo., third vico president; Larry Maronoy of Denver, troasuror. WASHINGTON The amount of whisky consumed by tho American people In 191C apparent ly was greater than In any provlous year since 1909, according to tax re turns to tho Treasury Department com plied in Washington. That over 2,600,000 peoplo use tht national forests as playgrounds oacl year was the statement made Henry S. Graves, chief of tho Forost Service, before the annual meeting of the American Forestry Association Just closed. The railway brotherhood leaders n (Washington have laid beforo Presi dent Wilson In writing their proposals for a compromise on his railway leg islation program and ho Is consider Ing them. The labor leaders propose Instead ot a law to prevent a strlkt or lockout pending an investigation, that provision be mado for Invostlgit tlon by r mixod board of empioyói and employers. The State Department will act im mediately on the appeal In the Inter ost ot George Bacon, newspaper man supposed to be under arrest in Ireland It was stated tho "usual procedure" would bo followed In tho Bacon case which means Immediate inquiry will bo made through Ambassador Pago London. Reports reaching tho Treasury De partment from numerous sources woro that sharpers have been soiling at premium the new designed quarters and halt dollars coined In 1916, repre senting that tho new coins are rare. FOREIGN There is moro than $500,000 worth ot motor strucks standing in a vacant lot in Long Island City waiting to be shipped to Russia. Tho Imports of tires into India for 1916-1C show a big Increase. During that period Italy qxported tires to the value ot over $400,000 Into India. Tho employes of Schneider and Com al Harfleur, tho second largest steel works in France, and which is dovoted to tho manufacture of munitions, have gono on a strike Franco is in tho grip ot tho severest cold weather for many yoars. Tho number of deaths from cold and tho sufferings of the Parisians havo been aggravated by tho coal shortago. Naval, representatives ot the four principal entonte powers, Great Brit ain, France, Russia and Italy, have Juat completed a conferonco in Lon don In which they determined what Bteps were necossary for unified and co-ordlnato offenstvo and defensive operations by tho various fleets. An attempt was made to assasslnato Yuklo Ozakl, former mlnlstor of Jus tice and leader of tho Constitutional party, while ho was addressing a mass meeting called to demand tho resigna tion of tho cabinet. In Tokio. Whllo M. Ozakl' was speaking two men armed with short swords sprang upon tho platform and tried to stab him. Immcdlato conscription ot accumu lated wealth to lighten the financial burden of tho war is demanded in a resolution adopted unanimously at Manchester at tho annual meeting of the Labor party. Tho resolution calls for taxation of not less than fifteen shillings on tho pound, on unearned Incomes; direct taxation of land and nationalization of the banking system. SPORTING NEWS "Llttlo Nemo" Lelbold, White Sox outfielder, has sent his signed contract to tho White Sox. Jim Londos, claimant of the light heavyweight wrestling title of Ameri ca, defeated Horry Hartman nt Bur lington, la., two falls out of three. Georgo Stovall haB been officially appointed manager of tho Vernon Club of tho Pacific Coast league at Los Angeles, Cal., by Thomas J. Dar mody. Ernest Walker, outfioidor of the Lit tle Rock, Ark., team of the Southern league, has been traded to tho Phil adelphia Nationals for Pitcher Tincup and Outfielder Wloser. Johnny Champa, representing the six-day bicycle riders, and Managers Harmon and Cooper, aro laying the track for tho six-day race to bo run in Chicago Feb. 11 to 17. A deal has Just been concluded by which Pitchor Earl Flehert of Carl Junction, Mo., with Wichita In the Western league last year, Is secured tor Bloomlngton this season. By a strong tenth-round finish, Jack Britton, tho Boston welterweight, gained a narrow marginal victory over Mlko O'Dowd of St. Paul in a ton round no-declslon contest at St. Paul, Minn. GENERAL Tho Arkansas House ot Representa tives passed the Senato prohibition bill, making the state "bono dry." Announcement was mado In Pitts burg that tho United States Steel Cor poration had advanced tho price of structural shapes and plates $3 a ton. No longer will cabaret "Jaz" bands syncopato "Star Spangled Banner" fbr dancers in Chicago. An ordinance ap proved by the city council forbids playing the national air as part of a medley. The commission in New York for re lief in Belgium nnnounces It has re ceived during tho last threo days two gifts ot $100,000 each and ono of $200, 000 for its special fund for an extra meal dally tor Belgian school children. Lashed to a floating spar with his necktie, William II. Nichols of Glas gow was savod from drowning through an entire night in mid-ocean, after tho wrecking of tho steamer Lycurgus, and and was picked up by an Italian de stroyor. Ono man was killed and sovoral per sons were painfully injured at Clove land whon Nickel Plato passenger train No. 3, Now York to Cleveland, went through a switch and crashed in to tho sido ot a freight train standing on a siding. MIsourl's Investigation into the high cost ot newsprint paper began at Jef ferson City when Charles G. Revelle, former Supreme Court Justice, was or dored to take testimony as to whether MIsourl's anti-trust laws wore being violated by paper manufacturers and Jobbors doing business In tho stato. Mmo, Alico Brugnot, treasurer ot the Society of t French Professors of America and montor ot children In Chicago's oxcluslvo set, "did her bit for France." Pnoumonla, developing from a cold contracted whllo she was in chargo of tho Fronch Red Cross booth at tho allied bazar, resulted In her death. European speculators said to bo operating In the Chicago market havo cornel ed next winter's supply of but er and eggs, giving promise that housewives may pay not less than $1 a dozen for eggs and possibly moro for a pound of butter. Flvo men, members ot tho crow ot the Bolglan steamship Samland, in servlco of the Belgian relief commis sion, were arrested In New York and 300 pounds ot manufactured rubber, alleged to have been smuggled aboard the ship were seized by officers ot the United States customs' neutrality. LEADERSHIPS SETTLED BOTH PARTIES SELECT MEN FOR SESSION. Harmony Holds 8way Over Both Branches of Legislature Now In Assembly. Wotern Newippr Union News Service. SANTA FE. Tho matter of leader ship In both housos has now been pretty definitely-determined and has followed the lino of caucus action. In tho Senato there has been no occasion for division over any measure that has arisen, but all Republican senators look to Senator Clark as tho head ot their party in that body, while tho Democrats seem disposed to take a similar attltudo toward Senator Barth. In tho House, Judge Darnos and Mr. Pardue are tho natural, as well as the duly and officially designated loaders of tholr respectivo parties. Both Barnes and Parduo aro cast in roles for which they aro peculiarly adapted. House Committees. Following aro the members of tho House committees': Agriculture Anastaclo Santlstevan, Manuel A. Otero, AIJo Qurule, Hotero Chaves, Jose Gonzales, C. W. B. IJryan. Escolástico C. do Baca. Mines and Mining Alejo Oarulo, Manuel Sanchez, Eluterlo Leyba, Jesus G. Sanchez, Tlejo Garule, Frank Vosely, Lyman IS. Shaw. Public Printing J. Felipe Armljo. R. P. Barnes, Alejo Qurule, Anastaclo San tlstovan, Frank Boy, Leo R. York, Frank Vcsely. Capitol Patricio Garcia, Jose G. Romero, AUJandro Arellano, Sotcro Chaves, Clemente Mascáronos, Cipriano Lucero, Lyman E. Shaw. Finance Jose Gonzales, S. H. Wins ton, Anastaclo Santlstevan, Jesus C. Sanchez, Ira O. Wetmore, Pablo Qomcz, T. II. Lewis. Judiciary R. F. Barnes. Ole E. Over son, Luis . Ortiz, Ira O. Wetmore, Jesus C. Sanchez. John R. Gaunt. J. E. Par due. C. B. Livingston, Leo It. York. Railroads Ira O. Wetmore, Narclo Francis, R. P, Barnes, Jesus C. Sanchez, Enrique Mares, C. B. Livingston, Pablo Gomez. Llvestook Narciso Sanchez. Elauterio Lcyba, Frank A. Roy, Alejo Qurule, Li brado Valencia, T. a. Upton, T. JI. Lewis. Engrossed and Enrolled Bills Man uel A. Otero, R. P. Barnes, Jobo Gon zales, Librado Valencia, Jose u. Rome ro, C. B. Livingston, H. L. Molhop. Rules W. H. II. Llewellyn, Ira O. Wetmore, R. P. Barnes. J. C. Sanchez. Anastaclo Santlstevan, C. B, Livingston. T. G. Upton. Privileges and Elections Manuel Sanchez, Sotero Chaves, Jonn R. Gaunt, Luis G. Ortiz. J. a. Romero, C. W. B. Bryan. Patricio Romero. Public Lands Enrique Mares, Ira O. Wetmore, John R. Gaunt, Jesus C. Sanchez, R. P. Barnes, P. S. Taves, John W. Turner. Taxation and Revenue Frank II. Winston, R. P. Barnes. N. Francis, Luis Q. Ortiz, Jose G. Romero, T. II. Lewis, Pablo Gomez. Counties and County Lines Frank A. Roy, Anastaclo Santlstevan. N. Francis, Fred Leavltt, Reynaldo Ortiz, J. E. Par due, T. II. Lewis. Banks and Banking John R. Gaunt, Ira O. Wetmore, N. FranclB, Ole E. Overson, Basilio Griego, C. B. Living ston, T. G. Upton. Internal Affairs Librado Valencia, Jose Gonzales, Fred Leavltt, E. N. Burch, Enrique Mares, Lyman E. Shaw, Patricio Garcia. Roads and Highways E. N. Burch, Jose Gonzales, John R. Gaunt. J. Felipe Armljo, Alejandro Arrellano, T. II. Lew Is, C. II. Algert. Public Property Fred Leavltt, N. Francis, Ole E. Overson, Luis G, Ortiz, Clemente Mascáronos, Lyman E. Shaw, Escolástico C. de Baca. Librarians Basilio Griego, Pedro F. Solazar, Luis O. Ortiz, Enrique Mares, Ole E. Overson, O. W. Stroud, Patricio Romero. Insurance Alejandro Arellano, Ira O. Wetmore, Jesus C. Sanchez. Luis G. Ortiz, Anastaclo Santlstevan, C. B. Liv ingston, Cipriano Lucero. Ways and Means Luis G. Ortlz. Pe dro P. Sanchez. Reynoldo Ortlz. Eleu terlo iLeyba. Fred Leavltt, John W. Turner, G. W. Stroud. State Affairs Clemonte Mascáronos, S. II. Winston, F. A. Roy, Manuel A. Otero, Reynoldo Ortiz, T. II- Lewis, Q. W. Stroud. Constitutional Amendments Ole E. Overson. Ira O. Wetmore, Enrique Mares, Manuel A. Otero, Jose G. Rome ro, Frijnk Vesley, Pablo Gomez. Disbursements of Public Monies Pedro P. Sanchez, J. Kellpo Armljo, Alejo Arellano, Basilio Griego, Enrique Mares, P. S. Eaves, T. G, Upton. Irrigation Pedro Sanchez, Manuel Sanchez, J. Felipe Armljo, Luis C. Ortiz, Jobo Gonzales, C. II. Algert, Cipriano Lucero, State, County and Municipal Indebt edness Jose O. Romero, Manuel San chez, Pedro B. Sanchez, F. A. Roy, Rey naldo Ortiz. Pablo Gomez, L. R. York. Military Affairs Eluterlo Leyba, Ba slllo Griego, Jose Gonzales, Clemente Mascáronos, Fred Leavltt. C. W. B. Bry an, T. a. Upton. Education Reynaldo Ortiz, John R. Gaunt, F. II. Winston. E. N. Burch, Jose Gonzales, John W. Turner, S. L. Mol hop. Public Institutions Pedro Solazar, elemento Mascarenas, Librado Valen cia, F. II. Winston, Manuel A. Otero, John W. Turner, Patricio Sanchez. Corporations Jesus C. Sanchez, Ira J. Wetmoro, R. P. Barnes, Anastaclo SantlBtevan, F. H. Winston, L. R, York, C. R. Livingston. State Bar Makes Recommendations. Santa Fé. Tho State Bar Associa tion has recommended tho following laws for enactment In tho present ses sion of tho Legislature: Permitting husband or wife to testify In criminal cases, authorizing roviow of judg ments, providing for appeal without filing motion for new trial, permitting persons adjudged to bo insano to bring action to determino It ho has beorí re stored to sanity, permitting Interven tion in attachment suits, authorizing executions to bo issued to any county, making removal "or disposal ot mort gaged property a felony. .Denied Acquaintance of Armour. Santa Fo. Elbert W, Blancett, con fronted hero by Roy Armour, tho brother of Clyde Armour, whom Blan cett is alleged to have mutdered on Oct. 23, denied that he over saw Clydo Armour, State Normal Asks Dormitory. Silver City. A movement which tho Chamber of Commorco will probably bo pledged to support Is tho erection ot a dormitory at tho New Mexico State Normal School. NEW MEXICO STATE NEWS Western Newspaper Union News Service. COMINO ICVXNTS. Feb. 19-J1 Twenty-third Annual Re union of the Scottish Rite Masons at Santa Fe. July 3-5 Annual Reunion of Cowboy' association at Las Vegas, Grant county may bo divided. Santa Fo Is to havo a new $20,000 high school building. Tho funeral of Gon. B. J. Vlljoen took place nt Las Cruces. Tho Porter ranch at Tularosa, con taining 377 acres, was sold for $20,000. Already this yeár three new banks have been organized In Now Moxico towns. Oil development work in tho Ros well district is boosting the prlco ot real estato. Seventeen New Mexico companies Incorporated during tho first sixteen days of January. Eight Inches of snow wero reported from tho Rito de los Frijoles and sur rounding country. Eight individuals wero arrested on tho chargo of participating in a pokor gamo at Tucumcarl. One man was killed and another In jured whon two Santa Fo railway handcars crashed togother In Albu querque. Curry county, with other plains country, has recently had a fall of six Inches of snow which will prove very beneficial. An election will bo held in Lincoln county on March 7 to vote on a prop osition to lssuo $55,000 In bonds for road building. Stato Engineer James A. Fronch has approved tho plans for tho Eagle's Nest dam, to bo built near Cimarron for irrigation purposes. Tho coal famlno which1 other com munities ot tho stato are experiencing is not worrying tho people of Moun talnalr to any great extent. According to a report of Director Ladd, of tho Stato Col lego, $76,000 in profits wero mado the past year as a result of tho college's work. A resolution for a $40,000 bond Is sue to purchaBo sites and orect school buildings was introduced at tho Board of Education meeting at Albuquerque. Six hours after getting her decree of divorce from Judge Colin Neblctt, Mrs. Moude H. Saenza returned to Santa Fé to remarry her husband, an cm ploy ó of tho United States Indian school. Rafael Gallegos, a member of the New Mexico Stato Legislature Bevoral years ago, and who was a Baptist minister and later an attorney, died at East Las Vegas after a protracted illness. In an attempt to stop a quarrel be tween a young Mexican, Cruz Barba, and another Mexican namcr Chavez, Francisco Domínguez was shot . and killed in front 'of Carillo's saloon in Santa Rita. Miss Gertrudo Watkins of Little Rock, Ark., is now in New Mexico to completo tho work begun by Dr. Rus sell during tho last campaign, in or ganizing women's suffrage clubs in the state. Probably elghteon persons were killed in tho collapse of tho Sonora ho tel, a two-story structure In Cananoa, seventy miles southeast of here, ac cording to a telegram received at Douglas, Ariz. The overcrowded condition ot tho capítol, which for the past few Legis latures has led to tho Introduction ot bills for tho building of an addition is reported even more annoying at this session. Tho stealing of a Santa Fo rail way, freight locomotive in Lamy a few days ago has now become an interna tional affair. Charles Campbell, a retired ranch man and one of tho pioneers hi the cattlo Industry In Grant county, died at tho Mimbres Hot Springs after an Illness of several months. Ho was 71 years of ago. Governor Do Baca has appointed L, B, Prlnco and Col. R. E. Twltcholl of Santa Fé and II. B. Hernandez to serve as delegates to tho American Good Roads Association convention which aieets In Boston Feb. 5 to 9. E. R. Paradls ot Colorado Springs, Colo., attempted to commit suicido in tho city jail at Albuquerque by taking n poisonous powder given him by E. M. Clayton, city physician, to treat a wounded wrist. Ho will recover. Pueblo Indians are to be employed on the highway construction in Blue cation, between Socorro and Magda lena, just as they had been on La Bojada hill. More than a scoro ot them from Islota, accompanied by the governor; aro already at work. Dr. J. C. Slack ot Clayton, who stood vory high In Masonic circles, died this week as the result of ex posuro in an automobllo trip from Raton to Clayton. Both the United States commission er and the county clerk at Silver City have been rushed with applications for tiling xndor the provisions ot the new 640-acro homestead act. Socorro. The Jury In tho District Court brought in a verdict ot mur der in the second degree against Tom O'Nell for the death of Melquíades Jlron on Nov. 16, In Magdalena. MOTHERHOOD WOMAN'S JOY Suggestions to Childless Women. Among: this virtues of Lydia E. PInkham s Vegetable Compound is the ability to correct sterility in the cases of many women. This fact is well established as evidenced by the following letter and hundreds of others we have published in these colums. Poplar Bluff, Mo. "I want other women to know what a blessing Lydia E. FinKnam'a vege table Compound has been to me. W had always wanted a baby in our home but I was in poor health and not able to do my work. My mother and hus band both urged me to try Lydia. E.Pink ham's Vegetable Compound. I did so. mv health im- E roved and I am now the mother of a ne baby girl and do all my own house work."-Mrs. ALUA B. Timmons, 216 Almond St, Poplar Bluff, Mo. In many other homes, onco childless, there are now children because of the fact that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound makes women normal, healthy and strong Write to the Lydia E. PInkham Medi cine Co., Lynn, Mass., for adviceit will be confidential and helpful. Many n man who follows n band wouldn't hnve tho nerve to face tho music. OLD PRESCRIPTION - FOR WEAK KIDNEYS A medicinal preparation like Dr. Kil mer's Swamp-Root, that has real curativt value almost sells itself. Like an endleia chain system the remedy is recommended by those who have been benefited to thoie who are in need of it. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is a physi cian's prescription. It has been tested for years and hat brought results to count less numbers who have suffered. The success of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is due to the fact that it fulfills almost ev ery wish in overcoming kidney, liver and bladder diseases, corrects urinary troublei and neutralizes the uric acid which cautei rheumatism. Do not suffer. Get a bottle of Swamp Root from any druggist now. Start treat ment today. However, if you wish first to test this great preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer 4 Co., Blnghamton, N. Y., for sample bottle. When writing be sure and mention this paper. Adv. ONE GIRL HE COULDN'T FOOL And "Turn Down" Made Reporter Feel He Had Lost the Confidence of the Others Also. She was one of those twentieth cen tury young women who knows how she gets what she has, and who keeps a slinrp eye out for inggards, especially of the opposite sex. A newspnper reporter, on his dally round In search of the small news of the county sent town, entered the de partment store where she had begun work that niornlng. She wntched him enter several notes In n scratch pad ns a number of the girls gathered nround nnd spoko In rather excited tones. When he had finished ho made his way toward her, and by way of Introduction said In Ills most pleasant mimner: "Do you have nny news for the pa per?" "Not much 1" she answered, after casting n withering look nt the Inquir er. "There's nothing doing. You fel lows on the newspapers go nround to the stores every day nnd linvo tho girls give you Items, and then you go back to the office nnd write them up nnd get paid for It. Hut you can't work me." And he wondered how It happened every girl on the lloor wns looking nt him when lie turned nround for an nvenue ot escape. Indianapolis News. Cut From Menu. "What nro you pnying for eggs?" "Nothing. They're too blamed high." Before starting the youngsters fr StnVinnl fTIVA f Vl om n nminn hot cup of Instant Postum School teachers, doctors and food experts agree on two points that the child needs a hot drink, and that the drink shouldn't be coffee. Postum fills the need admir ably and its very extensive use among thoughtful parents, coupled with the child's fond ness for this flavory, nourish ing food-drink, show how completely it meets the re. quirement "There's a Reason" No change in price, quality, or size of package. \n\n NOTICIAS DEL ESTADO 'De Interés para toda la gente de Nuevo Mexico. WtiUrn Nswipiptr Union Ntws Berrlc. Nuevo Mexico. Hs poslblo que se divida el condado de Grant, Ya se han organizado esto aüo tres nuevos bancos on poblaciones do Nuevo Mexico. Se Informó de la calda de ocho pul gadas do niove en la reglón do Rito de los Frijoles y vecindad. El rancho de Porter en Tularosa, conteniendo 377 acres, fué cedida á otro propietario por $20,000. Ocho personas fueron arrestadas acusadas de haber tomado parte en un Juego de "pokor" en Tucumcarl. Se cuentan diez y sieto compañías do Nuevo Moxico incorporadas en los primeros diez y seis días de enero. Los trabajos de industria potrflllfora en el distrito do Roswell están acti vando mucho el precio de inmuebles. El condado do'Curry, con otro país do llanuras, ha tenido una nevada do seis pulgadas que será blonvenlda para el labrador. La carencia do carbón do que pade cen las demás comunidades del estado no CBtá molestando mucho á la gento de Mountalnalr. So ha vuelto un asunto de carácter Internacional el robo que se hizo, unos días hace, do una locomotora de ferro carril en Lamy. Según Informe del director Ladd, del colegio de estado, resultaron en un provecho do $7(5,000 los trabajos del colegio durante el aBo p. pasado. Ha aprobado los planes para el dique de Eagle's Nest el Ingeniero do estado James A. French. So con struirá la obra cerca do Cimarron para finos de regadío. So presentó en la sesión do la Junta do educación en Albuquerque una reso lución para la emisión de $40,000 en bonos destinados á la adquisición de sitios y erección de, escuelas. Se tendrá una elección en el con dado de Lincoln el 7 de marzo para votar sobre una proposición do emitir, por $S5,000 de bonos destinados & la construcción do buenos caminos. El Jurado en la corte do distrito ' Socorro presentó un veredicto do ase sinato al segundo grado contra Tom O'Ncil por la muerto de Melquíades Jirón el 1G de noviembre, en Magda lena. La condición pictórica del capitolio, que por las pocaB legislaturas próxi mo pasadas ha conducido á la presen tación do proyectos para la construc ción do una adición, seria aun peor para esta sesión. Según telegrama recibido en Doug las, Ariz., probablemente fueron ma tadas diez y ocho personas en la demolición del hotel do Sonora, una estructura do dos pisos en Cananea, á setenta millas oeste de ésta. Fuó matado do un tiro, en frente de la cantina do Carillo en Santa Rita, Francisco Domínguez en su interven ción para provenir una querella entre un Jóvon Mejicano, Cruz Barba, y otro Mejicano del nombre do Chavez. Murió en Mimbres Hot Springs, después de una enfermedad de varios meses el Señor Charles Campbell, un ranchero retirado y uno de los pri meros en la Industria ganadera en el condado do Grant. Tenia 71 años do edad. Sola horas después de haber obten ido su permiso do divorcio del Juez Colín Neblett, retornó á Santa Fó la Señora Moude II. Saenza para casarse de nuevo con su marido, un empleado de la escuela India de los Estados Unidos. Se efectuó el funeral del Gen. B. J. Viljoon en Las Cruces. El administrador do los Estados Unidos y ol oscribano do condado en Silver City ambos han estado demasi ado ocupados en registrar las de mandas para concesiones de tierras en conformidad con la nueva ley do G4' acres. Falleció en East Las Vegas después do una enfermedad muy larga, el Señor Rafael Gallegos, miembro de la legislatura do estado de Nuevo Mexico varios años hace, y quo fuó un min istro de la Iglosla bautista y mita tardo abogado. 13. R. Paradls de Colorado Springs, Colo., procuró cometor suicidio en la cárcel do la ciudad de Albuquerque tomando un polvo venenoso & él dado por E. M. Clayton, médico de la ciu dad, para tratar una muñeca herida. So restablecerá. William J. Black, director de trafico do pasajeros del sistema del Santa Fó, anuncia que ha habido un aumento do 50 por ciento sobro el año p. pasado en la domanda de viajeros turistas do Invierno para camarotes reservados y salónos. La Señorita Gortrude Watkins de Llttlo Rock, Ark., está ahora en Nuovo Moxfco para completar la obra ompuzada por el Dr. Russoll durante la última campaña, y que consisto en la organización do clubos do sufragio do la mujer en ol estado. El Gobernador do Baca ha nombrado a L. B. Prince y al Coronel R. E. TwMcholl do SanU iré y á H. B. Her nandez paro servir como delegados á la convención de la asociación amer lcanado buenos caminos quo se re unirá en Bostón los 5-9 do febrero.