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VOL. 10. KENNA, CHAVES COUNTY. NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1917. NO. 48- SkJLmuSI m OF 1016 TOLO III BRIEF f'ost Important Events of the Last Year Set Forth. fnOGRESS OF EUROPEAN WAfl Chief Developments In the Mighty Conflict of Nations Political and Other Happenings In ths United States. COMPILED BY E. W. PICKARD. (Jontinued from last wetk) Feb. 1. Yussnf Izzeddln, crown prince of Turkey, committed suicide. March 22. Official mandate announced abandonment of Chinese monarchy and resumption of republic, and rejection of emperorship by Yuan Shi Kal who re sumed presidency. April IS. Sir ltoKer Casement caplur'l end German ship wink while landing arm in Ireland rnr uprising April 24. Sinn Fein rebel seized pans of Dublin and serious lighting followed. April 30. Main body of Irish rebels sur rendered. , , i , ( ..(.May 2.-,Presldpiil Jlmlrie tit DdhilHlclri renubllo thihenched. . . . . , . . May 3 Pearse, Clark and MacDonugh, leaders of Irish revolt, executed. May 6. Fighting broke out In Santo Do ndpgo; American marines landed. May 12. James Connolly anil John Me Derinotl, Irish rebels, executed. .lone 6. Yuan 1.1 Hung became presi dent of China. June 29. Casement convicted of treason and sentenced to death. July 1. U. 8. marines routed 250 Santo -Domingo rebels, killing 27 and losing one Jiinn. I k Sent. 20. China appealed for aid for x iiilllon people driven out by great Hoods. iMepu 30. Kmperor l.tuj J passu or Abya- Blnla deposed; ouizero-zeomtu proclaimed empress pf Kthlopta. Oct, 4. Gen. Count Terauclil made pre mier of Jnpan. Oct. 21. Count Carl 8tuergkh, Austrian premier, assassinated bv Vienna editor. Oct. 24. Two American oftlcers killed by Xtnmlnlcan rebels. Nov. 22. Karl Frnna proclaimed emperor of Austria-Hungary... Nov. 2s. Capt. H. F. Knapp, H. 8. N.. commander in Santo Domingo, proclaimed a military Kovernrnent of that country. Dec. 4. Pope created ten new cardinals. Dec. 14. Denmark voted to sell Danish West Indies to United States. F.tlniund rVhhlthess elected president of Swiss confederation. r June Jo. General Ftinston called for at lesst 60.tt troops for border service. U. 8. sharply refused to withdraw troops from Mexico. - June 21. Detachment Of American cav alry attacked by Carranza troops at Car lif.al, 12 being Killed. Mexican losses In cluded On. Felix Gompj, June 23. House pranterl usa of state mllltla as federal soldiers. Secretary Baker ordered all mllltla to border as rjulclilv as possible. June ai. President Wilson demanded that Mexico release raptured troopers. Jury? 2. Administration rejected plan for mediation with Mexico. Senate passed bill for drafting mllltla Into federal service. .tune 29.-Tweritv-three trooper taken at Cnrrlzal released by Mexico. Pershing' column began retiring north wards. July . War department called out reg ular army reserves to fill new regiments. July IX President Wilson raised em bargo on food for Mexico. July 28 U. 8. accepted Carranza'a plan for Joint commission. Aug. 12. War department ordered S2.000 more state troops to border. Aug. 22. Secretary I,ane, Judge George Gray and Dr. J. U. Mott named as Mexi can settlement commission. Aug. 3. President onlered 11,000 troops back from Mexican border. Sept. 6. American and Mexican commis sioners began sessions at New London, Conn. Nov. 24. American-Mexican commission signed protocol for withdrawal of Ameri can troops and patrol Of border. Nov S. Villa captured chihuahild City. Dec. 2. Villa driven from Chihuahua City by Carranza forces. Dec. . Parral recaptured by Carranza forces. Dec. 12. -Carranza' troop train blown up by Vlllistus; 200 killed or injured. . TiTCKCLOGY Jan. 10. Nineteen foreigners, nearly all Americans, were murdered by Mexican bandits near Chihuahua. "Jan. 12. Lansing demanded that Car runza. punish slayers of Americans. March . Nine American civilians and eight soldiers killed and several wottmled I when Villa bandits raided Columbus, N. t M. Many raiders Slain on both sides of v border by soldiers. President Wilson or dered General Funston to pursue and pun t.sh Villa, ' March 10. President Wilson ordered S, CUO troops Into Mexico to get Villa. , Villa's men raided big Arizona ranch. . March 12. First troops entered Mexico In pursuit of Villa. March 14. tJ. S. army raised to war strength of llft.ooo men for campaign against Villa. Half million cartridges for Carranza army selxed at Douglas, Aria. March K. First clash between Villa out posts and American expedition. Seven troopers wounded. March 17. Carranza forbade American troops pursuing Villa to enter Mexican towns. U. S. senate parsed resolution declaring the United States did not Intend to in tervene In Mexico. March 27. Capture of Torreon by Vlllls tas reported, March 28. Congress appropriated $8,00, 0 for Mexican expedition. March 2. Carranza granted use of Mexican Northwestern railroad to U. 8 for shipment of supplies. Doilfl's cavalry defeated Villa forces at Guerrero, killing 00; one tT. 8. soldier . mortally wounded, villa seriously wouud ,1 April l.-TJ. S. cavalry defeated Vllllsta Oetuclinierit norm oi uurrni, Killing au. Ai.ril 12. II. 8. troops attacked hv Osr. ranza troops and citizens of Parral; two Amerlcuns ana w nicxican amen. April 13. Carranza demanded withdraw al of U. 8. troops from Mexico. April IS Pursuit of Villa at standstill because of hostility of Carranzlstas. April 19. General Scott, Funstnt) . rer'1 Obregon conferred on Mexican situi4n." May 6. VUla bandits raided Glenn FpriiiKs, Tea., killing three U. 8. soldiers Mod a tarv-. Major llowze with six troops or cavalry routed Vllllsta band at OJos Andes, killing Ik ,. - . May a. iTesioent iison oroereo mill- r in:o ana Arizona bor- Jan 2. -Associate Justice J. ft. Lamar, U. S. Supreme court, at Washington. Jan. 3.-Gen. (J. M. Dodge. Civil war hero and railroad builder, at Council Bluffs, Iowa. . Col. It. T. Van Horn founder of the Kansas City Journal at Kansas City. Jan. 6. Matthew W. Plnkerton, at Chi- ru ...i Charles - W. Knapp, veteran newspaper J Jan. s.-lu. Rev. Itlphard Seanncll, Cath olic bishop of Omaha. Ada Hehan, actress, nt Now lork. Jan. 13. Vlctorlano Iluerta, former pro vls'onal president of Mexico, ot Kl Paso. Jan. li. Hon. Arnold Morley, former British postmaster general. Jeannette U Glider, author and editor, at New York. Jan. 2.V Samuel 8. Chamberlain, pub lisher of Boston American. .laiv. 3. Sir Clements H. Markham, fa mous explorer nt London. Feb. 7.-Col. W. P. HepbutTl, former Con gressman, at Clarlndn, la. I'eb. 1!. J. T. Trowbridge, author, at Arlington, Mass. Feb. an. Dr. Henrv B. Favlll. of Chl- rauii, prominent bhy'slclnn and publicist. Feb. 24. Admiral von rum, at isernn. Feb. 2S. Henry .tames, author. In Lon don. March 1 Queen Mother Elizabeth of Roiimanla (Carmen Hylva). Mouiiet-Riilly, famous actor, at Paris. March 4. Brig. Gen W. Soby Bmttli, M .MedTord, Ore. March 7. Hear Admiral Asa Walker, U. S. N.. retired, at Annapolis. March 10. Henry Gasaway Davis, for mer 11. 8. senator from West Virginia, at Washington. March 14. IT. 8. Senator Benjamin F. Bhively of Indiana, at Washington. March IS. Cardinal Gottl. prefect of the Propaganda at the Vatican, In Koine. March 25. C. J. Mulligan, sculptor, at Chicago; ' March 27. Thomas Pence, secretary Democratic national committee, at Wash ington. April 1. Naphtnll Luccoek, M F.. bishop of Montana and Dakota, at La Crosse, Wis flof lo Austria. , -- ; Sept. 12. T. L. James, formtir poslmrts ler general, In New York. Sept. 13. Dr. George K. Herman, lead er In middle West athletics, at Chicago. Sept !. Horace White, famous Journal ist, nt New York. Sept 17. Wcth Low. In New York. Sopt' ix.-Mn.. Gen. Albert I Mills. U. 8. A.. 'at Washington e Sept. 19. William J. Calhoun, noted law yer and diplomat, at Chicago. Kept 27. Hear Admiral C. E. Vreeland, t! S N., retired. Opt 1.-0. 8. Senator Jntnes P. Clarke of Arkansas, at Little flock Oct 2. 10. 8. Lacey, former comptroller of the currency, at Chicago. Mrs. Havelock Kills, noted lecturer on lii;cii!cs. In London. 17ct. 12. -Otto. Insane former .king of Oct' 'lS.-R.ev Francis Brown, pTesMr-ftt Union Theological seminary, at Neiv York, Oct. IS. Eben liugene Itexford, poet and author. , Normal Duncan, author, at Fredonla. N Y. Oct 25. William M. Chase, noted paint er In New York. 0pt ;t. prof. Cleveland Ahhe, "father of weather bureau," at Washington. Oct. 31. "Pastor" . Itussell, noted Inde pendent preacher. Nicholas K. Ytonng. former president Na tional Baseball league, at Washington. Nov 5. Cardinal Delia Volpe at Home. Nov. 12 Dr. Perclval Lowell, famous astronomer, at Flagstaff. Ariz.. Nov. 14.-Brlg Gen D. C. Kingman, U. flo'v 15.-Rt Rev. Charles F.dwnrd Che flry senior bishop- of Rcforined KpiBeopaM chii'rch. at Chlcam). Molly Elliott Seawell, author, al WtiSh- ''"Henryk Slenklewlca. Polish novelist. Nov. 18. -F M Lyman, president of the quorum of apostles of Mormon church. Nov. 21. -Franz Josef, emperor of Aus-tria-Hnnenry Dr. Fugene Louis Doyen, noted French surgeon, at Paris. Nov. 22. Jack London, author, at Santa Rosa, Cal Nov. 24. Sir Hiram Maxim, noted Inven tor, In London. Nov. 2'i Mrs. Ires Mtlholland Bolsse valn, noted suffragist, nt Los Angeles. Nov. 27. F.tlille Verhneien. Belgian poet. J'ce.. 9. Sir Francesco Tosll, composer, !)rc fl .lohir II Archholit nresldellt tff I Standard Oil Co., lit Tarry town, N. Y. George C. Buldt. leading hotel man. in ew i ork. Herbert D Pelrce, former minister to Norway, at Portland, Me. Dec. 6. Hans IMchler. noted Wagnerian conductor. Dec. 10. Field Marshal Prince Iwao Oynnia at Tokvo. Dee. 1.1 J W. Comyns Carr, English critic and dramatist. Dec. 15. W. C. Nixon, president St. Louis and San Francisco railroad. Dec 10. Hugo Munsterberg, professor of psychology at Harvard. Dec 17. Clarji Ward, FTlncess Chlmay, In Padua, Italy. DISASTERS Jan. J. Explosion on oil tanker Astcc a! New York killed ten. Jan S. Steamer Kanawha sank In Ohio river; 40 lost. Jan. . Du Pont powder mills at Car ney's Point, N. J., blown up: six killed. Jan. 15. U. S. suhroarlne K-i blown. up at New York navy yard; four killed, lu hurt. Jan. 18. Flro did tlO.nooonn dnmage In Bergen, Norway, and J1.5W.0C0 dumage In Lisbon. . Jan. 17. Fire destroyed most of Wlft. Okla. Jan. 21. Fire at Molde, Norway, did I.ViO.000 damage. Jan. 22. Great Northern train wrecked by avalanche near Corea, Wash.; six dead. Jan. 2R. Otay valley dam near Ban Diego, Cal., broke; GO dead. Feb. 2. Japanese liner DalJIn sunk In collision; 1i lives lost. Feb. 3. Canadian parliament building at lir. J B. Anirell. president emeritus of , Ottawa destroyed by lire; seven lives lost. University of Michigan.. veto. IB Jhree British steamships, many April 4. -George w. smalley, veteran lAiirnnllst. In London. April 7.-George W. Cnllon. former gov- ernor of Porto Ilico. al Washington. -i April 11. Richard Harding Davis, novel- 1st, ot Mt. Klsco N. Y. . April 14 T. J. Burrlll. famous nacterio- I lighters and a pier burned at Brooklyn; K'SS 41.11MI.U00. , Feb. It). Holland suffered from great storm and Hoods. Feb. 21. Ten killed In wreck on New Haven road. Feb. at. h If teen men killed by expr t pc. It. M llliog "doljar fire destroyed Q'jtil.er Oats plant at Peterboro. Opt. I ice. l.l., I'll lui'll.'in torpedo boat Grllfe fOundered; 4j iosl. DOMESTIC Jan. 1. Prohibition In effect -In Iowa. Colorado, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Arkansas and Souih Carolina. Jan. 0. Six New Haven road former directors acquitted of violating Sherman law; Jury disagreed as to five. Feb 9 Most Hev. Georue W. Munde. Icln installe l nrchbiehop of Chicago. May 13. Immense preparedness parade 111 New York. May 27.-Forty thousand In Boston pre paredness parade May 31. -Mrs. J K. Cnwles. Cnlifo ( Vv. flrcled president General Federation 'if Woman's cKibfl. June 3 I inincnse preparedness park in Chicago. June 4. - Rockefeller education f ,r l' gave I'sn.R'Jn to colleges. Sept. 27. New York-Chlcaso expresi; C Michigan Central held up and robbed ii. f Detroit. Nov. 10. -Roclcefcflcr boards appropriat ed $2.nno.nno for gretit medlcitl and surgi cal Instltut'on In Chicairo Nov. lf. Wireless service between U. 3. and Japan opened. Nov. in. Ruth Law broke American non stop airplane record, Chicago to iiorncll, N. Y Dec. 7. Freight embargo put on ship ments from middle west to Atlantic sea board Dec. 211. -Am'erlcnn Association for the Advaliccfticnf of Science met In New York. July 2l.-iniic p.i?fDil navy bill pro viding f'tr i'u WW..'1 Prohibitionists noiiilnniP'l J Frank Hr ly feu piosiurnt and l I.andrllli lr vice r)reidi.nt .fitly '.'7 .Senate parked anilf bill car rying f'i!3.!7i ' 7 Aitif S. -'Child labor bill pasfed tr ate. Aug la. fl'ifsp passed big navy bill. Aun. HI. Sens: e pas;-ed bill promising In dependence lo I h l putnes vhen Filipinos ure lit for s.dr-gmxn ntnent Urf IS. - pre: Idem lleon vetw'd armf bill. Scnafc p:i'-ed slilpjitng purchate bilL Atitr. Kl - I 'edeial workmen's compsns- tlon act p:t:-s ( by senate. Aug. 25 1 r Hive accepted senate amerel-mcti-s to arntv tMil Sept f). yc.atc parked emergency rev enue bin wit'i rcpi ImiI provisions against HHtisli bind list Si it 7. Si-nate ratified treaty for pur chase of fl l'li-ll W'ej' Inilles I Sept 8. f:ii"'i'i ss mliourncil. Fepl. 12 -Repubili ans won In Maine ele lion. Nov 7. Wilson and Marshall re-elected president and vice president of U. 8. Nov 10 Count Tarnnwsky named Aus trian aulbass:: dor to IT. S. Dec. -1. Cent'! ess leian short session. Dr Henry V.;n Dvkp. American amlias sador to the Nei lu't lanils: T A. Thorm son. minister to Co!oml!a. and W. ' IL Tl'.irnlbrook, minister to Stiim. resigned. Dec. 6. President Wilson re;d his mes sage to congress, Dec. It. Seti."8 passed Immigration bill with literacy tesl clause S3LTSTRIAL P0LSTICAL tla of Texas, New mi4,A,i renujars to Mexican i av V1.- iner'i aii-Mexlco' btfriM' tel 1 Con- I'.irrllS 1H le!V Allfll'Bll lailllC, KHiett tf .'M'rs ft k.-,'rbl4rf ntr Mnrvrtlrx, Tex. 'jl,,v 'i-rPoole ranch In Wg tmid T-ourr-tl i.'"l xWl!'i)tV.4i1cd(1by Vexlcans - , Caiiileluflv Cervantes, -Vllllsta; IVttiist kfb'41 a,y. Ati(.rlcS7,tr(iiips., , . j.fl.,y . j.'ai i an.a deinaiiiTed wrchdruwnl of i-A.'ni jlt in itfo.V fro'H' Mexlv'O'O"' j-aril of "i. i-omsij t. aiiiis" "' -''.. I. 'iiii-J7,nt'l VrlT ri'slie etn frreinenta to Artierliian (rdopvtn Onsxieo .Inns iS-Vr departmeiftiordreil'a'H; atute oillltla mobilized. Fourth punitive expedition wlthJrawa frwr't''i'o ' Uil f ii i i eit'.a soldiers at Maaatlaa-f i4 M aion in mine at Kemnton. W. Va. I March 5. Spanish steamer Principe Ve I Asturlas lilt rock and sunk off Brazil; ,00 i lost. I I March 22-Flfteen million dollnr Are al 1 Naslrvllle, Tenn., and 5,Ou0,O00 fire at Au- i gusta, Ga. J j March 29. Twenty-six killed and ms:y Injured In collision on New York Central j lines near Cleveland. 1 April 17. Six killed, 40 Injured In wreck on New Haven roud ut Bradford, R. I. ! April l Tornadoes In Kansas and Mis souri killed 17. April 22.-More than l.OnO lost In collision between Chinese cruiser and transport. I May S Steamer Kirby sunk In Lake Su perior; at lost. May 15. Kxploslon In Du Pont powder plant at Glhbstnwn. N. J., killed 13. ! June 2. Thirteen killed In train wreck at Packard, Ja. June 4. Waterfront fire at San Francis co did $sort.0nii damage. ' June fi. Tornadoes killed 57 In Arkansnxl and 49 in other middle Western stales. v June 13. Four killed In two-mllllon-dol-. lar fire at Baltimore. July 4. Eleven killed. 376 hurt In Fourth' of July celebrations. July 14. U. 8. navy collier Hector sunk In storm off Charleston. 8. C. July 20. 1 lumlredH of llshtrmen lost In , monsoon off Ceylon coast. July 22.-SIX klUfrd and 40 hurt by bomb losiist and. educator, at Urbann. 111. April 1rt. George W. Peck, former gov ernor of Wisconsin, at Milwaukee. April 19. Baron von der Goltz, German commandant at Constantinople. April 30. Karl St. Aldwyn, noted Eng lish statesman, better known as Sir Mi chael Hicks-Bench. Mav 11. W. A. Gardner, president Chi cago 4V Northwestern railway. Mav 13.-Bryan Lalhrop. philanthropist, ot Chicago. Clara Louise Kellogg, opera star, at Elp slone. Conn. Muv 111. Dr. K. N. CortheU, president American Boclcty of Civil F.nglneera, ut Albany. N. Y. . . . - Mav 2fl. Rev. Dr. Thlmothy Dwlght, for mer 'president of Yale, at New Haven, Conn. Mav 27.-Gener.il Galllenl, fit Paris. Mav Ut. -Janice .1. Hill, at St. Paul. May M.-Col. John 8. Mosby, famous confederate raider. In Washington. June 1. Charles Sooy Smith, famous civ il engineer, at New York. June 6.-Yunn Shi Kal. president of f-hlnn June D.-John R. McLean, owner of Washington Post and Cincinnati F.noulrer. June lrt. U 3 Senutor K. C. Uurlelgh of Maine June 10. Kdward 8. Fills, noted writer ' .if jKove', stories, at Cliff Island, Me, . in,!HAy t'.Mna Heity Green at New York. July In. Prof, r ue JieicnniKon, lamous bacteriologist. In Paris. July 18. James H. Moore, noted finan cier, at Lake Geneva Wis July 22.-James liltcomb Riley, at In dianapolis. juk- :i FerMiap p.-S. - Senator T,.,M. Rattlrsnn at Deliver. ' "Sir. William Uamsay, famous ch,mlst. In lOrigUnd. Aug. 7.-Vlce Admlral'Ifanthpu)- of;Ja-r4ani'T- S ) f i , ' Aug. J. M. TliuratorA.'forajernaicr ,' froji Nohiaska. , , A. B. Stu kneri-fonntier r CtuoalBO iJ'reat ui.rl,,n. burst: l .lend- ,:W.Mtn tUsy. . . . , j . (. 2ti. Nineteen killed In burning of Robert Gran, rWarVIral' aiannctr.; , , .,.,. i'n wpital at FurnhHin. Quebeo. ' .7 uk". tl l"l .M. Muvphy. famous f i v. 3. Steatners Conneninra and Re Chii "to surgeon. ' ' ' ', 't't,ti lever sunk by collision' In Irish sea.; 92 'I AllaV H,i-W.K parjna J. aine. x itu . lost. dm Ids, , fjjiii. Frynufsvo preparedness pa-' I raile. ' ' - ' f ' , . .. . ., 1 July 24. Twenty-two men killed by gas . explosion In a Cleveland water tunnel, " Aug. 9. Cloudburst In West Virginia re sulted In.nearlv 100 deaths. Aug. ' 12. Trolley wreck at' Johnstown. Pa., killed ,2T... Aug. 29.' U.' 8. armored vrulser Mem phis wrecked In Suuto Domingo harbor; 41 ('ead. . , .Scot. J!. Central span of great bridge over. .iU! 4Lawruce i at yuchec fell; 27 t'liled. -.,, Se.ot. IS. Great dam near llannwaht. nr i.!in Mit.l actrtttnair.' ill Htmnm. '.'.AmV'V.rrA: ytif'j a,ou Joliii L. ipaldlnsf. at Peoria, in' i , .AWjij j-atin ri 61. aoiin., noieu, rro hll.iuoaUt. At Df.vihe.'Ku'iK.J ,,iji 'iiif- Set. 2.-S. W. pennypacLer, ex-governor of Pennsylvania. '.n; Sen. i R.C, Kerens, former ambassa- M .A ,.nr. .:, f .'. i,-. r.r. r 1 1 ' Nov 7 Flftv lives lost, when Boston L inr plunged off bridge. - ' 1 ' Nov. 2V Kxploslon at Bakarltza, Kus- aia. killed 841. ; , i Dec , 1 Sixty-six persons killed In train tfoHitdiin- In AusM la.1 -. ,' i ' Dccj Uni.ThouNand filled by explosion In f!nssfai'iani.'tjilitiU'jh C-i'-u.- '.-,,,. .1; , . r. ,. i .. , ' r" .'!'!' .... . ' " Jan. 4. Congress reassembled. Jan 11. Progressive national committee called convent'on for June 7 In Chlcii't. Jan. 23. National Prohibition convention called for July 19 In St. Paul. Jan 25. President Wilson nominated Louis l. Uiuudels for Supreme court Justice Feb l.-House passed antlchlld labor bill. Feb 4. Senate passed bill for Indepen dence of Philippines In 2 to 4 years. Feb 9.-Senate passed house resolution making available Jmhiiwo for re-eiiulppirig Mare Islund and New York navy yards and house bill increasing by SCO the en trance class a( fifWM academy Feb 10. Secretary .of W ar Garrison and Assistant Secretary BreckinMilKe re signed . Feb 15. O. T Maryo, ambassador tti Russia, resigned Feb 18. Senate ratified Mcnragunn canal mute treaty. Feb 2S. Haitian treaty ratified by sen ate March 3.-J H- Shea of Scvmour. Ind.. nominated ambassador lo Chile Murch fl.-Newton D Baker o' Cleve land appointed secretary of war March 22.-Hntise passed Hay army re organization bill. March Sii.-llouso passed Immigration bill with literacy lest clause April II. -House passed $30,000,000 rivers and harbors bill. April is. Senate passed army reorgani zation bill. . , . April "I. Japanese ambassador protested to Presid. nt Wilson against oriental ex i,,.t,,n ct.iiise of Immigtiitlon bill. April 22. Senate passed house, till re-! pealing free sugar law April 2f. Henrv Morgenthau resigned as ambassador to Turkey AprM no.-8oclnllst Labor party nomi nated Arthur V, Itclmer of Reston for president and Caleb Harrison of Chicago for vice president. Mny l.-House rejected bill pled-rlmi withdrawal from Philippines within dill- , nlte lime May 15. Senate rejected nomination of G. Bulilee of N 11. as member federal trade commission. Muy 17. -Senate passed nrmv hill House passed ."l.l OO.OtiO ll.iod control bill. May 20 House passed tDO.OUJ.Uxi slap purchase bill House passed army bill. Mify 29 tenale pussed rivers and har bors bill June 1. I, mils D. Brandels confirmed aa associate Justice ef Supreme court. June 2. -House passed naval appropria tion bill June 7. Republican and Progressive na tional conventions opened l:i Chicago June 10. Charles Kvans Hughes nomi nated for president by Republican con vention. June 10. -Theodore Roosevelt nominated by Progressives. June 14. Democratic convention opened nt St. Louis. June In. Wilson and Marshall renomi nated bv Democrats. June 26. -Roosevelt declined Progressive nomination and Progressive national com mute indorsed candidacy of Hughes June 27. Senate passed sundry civil, good roads and pension bills, carrying total of l3'.o.(.iKi.imo. June 27. W. R. Wlllcox made chairman of Republican national coinmltiee June 2S. House voted J27.I w.imi for Im mediate use of army, und passed good roads hill. July in House passed emergency rev enue bill. July 12 Senate passed agricultural bill, carrying 24-. m'.OuO. July 13,-Judgo J. II. Clarke of Olt'o nominated for associate justice U 8 Su preme court. July 15 Congressman Hay of Virginia nominated ussoclute Justice U. S. court of claims. July 18. A lira in Finns nominated as am bassador lo Turkey. ,,;.luly IS -Prohibition natlonnl convention t ened In St. Paul. VIjih. . ', t' i . i - J. f t. , ', 9 ' f ,''f J j f , ttrrrJ t rr- if '"' 'r ' .NOTICE F0K ITBLICATMIY diiiUM : ' - Department of the. Interior, t- s ij.n ce rtt llps'well. N. M'., Nov. , l ihl K'u .i'e Is hereby given Mint. Marlon f .'.P-1.es of Klk!'', X. who o'l Ni.i. 3. i.i' IIP. K.. Serin! No. 027lif2, b r N'.-. TowrslipOS., U.S7K.. N.-M,. P, Mridl-n. bus (l ed notice of intention to iinike I'.n.il Three Year .ifooT, lo e.ii ;iblldi cliiiu to t'i Isrid (d ove dvnciibcil. iM'fore 4, F. 'Bi-r.il1. 1 S. f.'o;atulssojiar. In his utilca, ut I'ii'iiu-t. N'. M., on Jan. 9, I'll". ' '. ' ' ' . ' ' 'Claimant naiiios aa wJaios: cs: Herbert C Fnlievletuler. Amous ! 9iuitli W illisio M. Fskerleuder. TluSador ttuJ-iiph. nil of tlklrs. N; M. " i.. Knunett Pniton. Itegistcr. Dee. f-Jsti.ft. Jan. 1. ffiofing strikers looted and burn ed Fast Yoiiuf(;;toun. O. Jan. 19. One man killed and five shot 1 In strike riot at Fast Chicago, Ind. Feb 5. General strike of switchmen on WabasbVniliv.nd March 6.-Wage increns'-s of JB.OOO.ttM annually granted In soft-coal field. April 24. f-'lrlking employees of West lngl:(itife Co riotel In Last Plltsbtirgii, led by u.'.isked woman. Mav 2.-Fatal strike riots at Carneglei : Steel Works In P.r i.Mock. Pa. ! May 9. Chicago Gnrii.e'ot Workers Jtart- cd big strile. May 1G. -Chicago express drivers went on strike. j July 2d. Train service brotherhoods I voted o e: wi:clmltigly for a strike. i Aug 6. Strike slopped all surface cai In bcrtoigl s ot Manhattan, tne and liitdiinond. New York. 7. New Yiuii street car strike !-1 riillu: Bronx Au'. . ended. 12. Federal board's mediation lrt ! threatened railuav s'rii;e failed. Air,'. 14. President Wilson conlcrrefl with rnif lie adq mi l union men. Aug. 29. -1- ailing to avert rail strlko. President Wilson csl od i ongress to pass three, bills to rn(.hr sll u.ttlou. Sept. 1. -House passed eisht hour rail road bill, to avert strike Sept 2.-!Vnate pissed eight hour Mil. Sept. 6. -Strike if subway, elevatwt) tndl surface rail-ay men in New York. Sept. 22. Gi neral sympathy strike of union labor called in New York. Sept 2.S. General striae In New York tlzv'cd Nov. 81. W W men from Seattle fought sheriff's pasre at Fvereit, Wash.; 7 killed. j Nov 21. United States Steel eorpora I tlnn announced 10 per cent raiso of wages. ! Nov 22. Adams'on 8-hour law held nil constitutional bv federal iudge in Kansas Citv ' Nov 23. New Fncland cotton mills I raised wages of employees. ' Nov 2.1. lull rnatlonal Harvester com ! rrinv anil many other concerns announced large wage in"reases. Nov. 39. Chlcngo Wholesalers' associa ': tli'a ra'sed va--es , Dee 13.-New York garment workers on strike nsn Jnn. 5 C. II Wecghman and partners bought Chicago National league club. Feb. 23. Charles lillis won t hree-cushlotl billiard championship 'from De Oro. March 25. -Jess Willard defeateJ Franlt Moran at New York. April 12. i;;.sch i II season opened. Mav 31 Dario lii sta hi Peugeot car won Indianapolis Sim mile race. June 17.-Syracuse crews won regatta at PouKhkcopsie ' June 23.- Harvard beat Yale In New Loudon regatta. June 30. -Charles Fvans, Jr.. Chicago, won open national g"Jf championship. Aug 15. -George M. Church retained Western tennis championship. Aug. 18 -Walter llagen of Rochester, N. Y.. won Western open golf champion ship Aug. 25 Mrs. F C. Letts. Cincinnati, won women's Ye'ern golf championship. Sept. 4 Fredibe Welsh defeated Charley White In 20 rounds. Sept. 9. Charles F.vnns. Jr. Chicago, won national amateur golf championship. Sept 3il. lohnny Allken In a Peugeot won Aslor cup. breaking world's record. Oct 1 l'"ston won American league cha mplonsliip flit. 3. Brooklyn won National league chntnpinnship Oct. 7-Aleva Stirling, Atlanta, won women's national golf championship. Oct 12 -Boston lied Sox won world's rhaiuplonsi'lp Oet. 14. P.-stn won Grand American 2--0-mile automobile race at C'hicugo. Nov p;-D ii'o Kesta won Vanderbllt cup at Santa Monica. Cal Nov IS Grand Prix race at Snnta Mon ica . Cn! ..wn. by ;Aiiken; .Driver Lewis Jackson. and three 1tMal-rs'Wttd.il y Nnv ..J." -,'Ohl,vtolf, UJHVrs)ty(, won western cunfei ence r.i.irhall'cliHfrtpwnalrtu'..I .-..'..I. .; '.(-. i ' ,-, , ....... i - -i " ' f "f ' mi in. I L ' ' til.. It "',-'. .... c Jan , '.'4. r s. siipveitii!'-tojnrt"ueouirea...j tnci.Rie tax cctit;i id jotiaL . . . ', , v 2J.-Ri.-f..tr.r 41. 'A'MitoajeMecttetst tir.-sldbut Noilltseif fainy. . Juio J1.-C'i:a J'rodiu'ts iriiKf ftriti-rerl " 'ilissi.lved bv ledi'l ill' .b)ge lil t!"rki'Vj t .tune 28. Wtvfnv l.'a'.lliQ railrijad ' sudd ' si auciUin for tui.i " ' :. '.I Ot t. 2.-Aniei ii-aii loan of f'iO.OOO.fXK) made to China in build railways. ' Nov 13. - Stu.tuui, judcred, dissolved f.v t'eieial court in New Yoik. " Nov Ift Chicago hank made loan of r. (iim.Odfl.ip ';j . . I iec k 4St f!'i6n' tttd,Praef can- rele) propostnl i.'.uii'.i,i0 lua,n 'from U. 0. i Coles Jf Iba (VUlAcVe Bill '"for sale ut .tliiH,r)A:ic',',.'U. QCjfl- -t 1 1 ftiirU'i'-l ' f, :r.t.-.