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NEWS TO DATE IN PARAGRAPHS CAUGHT FROM THE NETWORK OF WIRES ROUND ABOUT . THE WORLD. DURING THE PAST WEEK RÉCORD OF IMPORTANT EVENT8 ' CONDENSED FOR BUSY PEOPLE. Westera Newspaper Union mwi service. ABOUT THE WAR Italian armies score further ad vances on the Trentino sector. Unofficial advices say a revolution ary provisional government has been set up on the Island of Crete. Allied transport laden with troops sunk by a submarine in the Mediter ranean, says Berlin admiralty report. Athens diplomatic circles report that the Austrians are about to evac uate Triest, the chief port of the Teu tonic powers on the Adriatic. British troopB on Somme advance a mile, capturing German trenches. Other allied successes reported by French and British war offices. Berlin estimates that the entente allied armies on the Somme have lost 600,000 men In killed, wounded and prisoners as a result of the recent offensive over the long front. Ninety thousand Germans under the personal command of Field Marshal von Hindenburg cut to pieces by the French on the Somme, according to a report to a Paris newspaper, La Liberte. Two British subjects and thirty-six out of thirty-eight Carranza soldiers were killed when Villistas raided an oil camp near Tuxpam Sept. 1(, ac cording to officers of the tank steam er Topila, which arrived at Galves ton, Tex. The tide in the great battle for pos session of Dobrudja has turned in fa vor of the Teutonic forces, says Ker lin, claiming that the flank of the Russo-Rumanian army has been turned and that the enemy beat a hasty retreat In disorder. Important Teutonic successes re ported from Sofia, which declares Ser bian troops 1 ve. been routed. Allied war statements forwarded to Paris and London via Saloniki dispute the official reports Issued by war offices of the central powers. WESTERN Butte, Mont, was selected as the 1918 meeting place for the Interna tional Brotherhood of Carpenters. Storming the jail, fifty armed men lynched Bert Dudley, avenging the brutal murder of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Muller, for which he was convicted at Olathe, Kan. Hipólito Villa, brother of Francisco Villa, and his financial agent in the days when Juarez was a wide open town, was released from federal cus tody and set at liberty. Prospectors, speculators and, in one instance, a Denver oil company, have been turned back recently from the Lost Soldier and Mahoney Dome oil lands In Wyoming by the withdrawal of the land from entry. While on his way to attend the funeral of his lifelong friend, Nicho las Entringer, at St. Cloud, Daniel Kenipf, 92 years old, a Fond Du Lac county, Wis., pioneer, was struck and instantly killed by a freight train. Military funeral services for Col. John H. Beacom, Sixth United States Infantry, who died recently while commanding this regiment at Colonia Dublan, Méx., were held at El Paso, Tex. The body was sent to WellB ville, Ohio, bis former home, for burial, WASHINGTON An Interest rate of 3& per cent for fifteen-day notes at the Dallas Fed eral Reserve Bank was approved by the reserve board. Miss Phyllis Julia Neilson-Terry, the English actress, and Cecil Frank King Ogden, her manager, were mar ried In the BritlBh consulate at New Orleans, La. Austria-Hungary has decided to grant permission for re-establishment of American Red Cross units in the dual monarchy, withdrawn several months ago because, of lack of funds. Two Wyoming National guard In fantry battalions. Troop A of he Kan sas cavalry and Troop B of the Wis consin cavalry were ordered to the Mexican torder by the War Depart ment. The Department of Justice clamped down the lid on the pending black mail prosecutions. Hereafter, offi cials of the department say, the cases "will be prosecuted In the courts and not in the newspapers." Brig. Gen. J. J. PerBhing, com mander of the American punitive ex pedition in Mexico and ranking brigadier of the army, probably will be made a major general, a vacancy In that grade having been created by the death of Major General Mills. Consul General Skinner at London cabled the State Department that two American sailors, William Woottonof Harrison, N. J., and Bernard Sweeney of Bayonne, N. J., were saved from the British steamer Strathtay, torpe doed by a submarine Sept. 6 in the English channel. Nearly a million people have been made homeless by one of the greatest floods on record in that section of China where the American Red Cross already has spent JOOO.OOO for flood protection and where the $110,000,000 loan for reclamation work which was postponed by the war was to have been spent. A proposal by western railroads to charge $1 and J2 respectively for bed ding single and double-deck livestock cars in traffic from the Southwest was suspended by the Interstate Com merce Commission until Jan. 20. FOREIGN A son was bom at Peking to tha wife of Dr. Paul Samuel Heinsch, United States minister to China. Many lives have been lost and enor mous damage has been caused near Gablonz, Jlohemla, by the bursting ot a dam In the valley at Welssendesae. Advices from Constantinople, says the. Overseas News Agency, tell of a mtitiny among troops of the Russian Caucasus army because of lack of pro visions. That typhus fever again Is becom ing a serious menace throughout Mex ico was the statement of a passen ger arriving from San Luis Potosí at Laredo, Tex. The landstliing. or upper house of the Danish Parliament, wilt finish the readings on the government s bill to sell the Danish West Indies to the United States. Capt. David Henderson, son of Ar thur Henderson, president of the London Board of Education and labor leader In the House of Commons, was killed In action. Chen Chin-Tao. the Chinese min ister of finance, formally asked the quintuple group of bankers, for a $50,0011,1)00 reorganization loan on the security of the salt monopoly surplus. A verdict of accidental death was returned by the coroner's Jury at Que bee at the inquest into the loss ot thirteen lives In the collapse of the central Bpan of the Quebec bridge on Sept. 11. The railway crisis in London aris ing out of the demand of the men for an increase of 10 shillings a week In their wages has been Bettled on the basis of doubling the war bonus. This is a compromise, giving the men half the 10 shillings demanded. SPORTING NEWS Standing ot Weateru l.raKÜr t'hlba. Club Wun Lost l'ft. Omaha sl 5:; -5?5 Lincoln 71 Sh.ux City IS 6 .sal Des Mulni'S '? '.'"J. Denver 6 10 -'Y, Tonekn 67 S3 .447 1st. Joseph "' Colorado sprtnK do Loveland High school again will make a bid for the Northern Colorado Interscholastic football championship this fall, and a squad of twenty-one men are now going through a rigor ous course of training, J. W. Hubbel, representing liar vard, won the individual intercollegi ate golf championship on the links of the Oakmont Country Club at Oak niont at Pittsburg. Pa., by defeating D. C. Corkran of Princeton, 1 up. While leading the field in an auto mobile race at the county fair at Sturgis, S. D., Bernard J. Webster, merchant of Rapid City received In juries from which he died. The car turned turtle on a curve and Web ster's chest was crushed. The first accident of the football season in Denver has fallen on a South Side high school player. Jack Salsbury is carrying his arm In a sling as a result of one of the first scrimmages of the team. His arm was dislocated and he may be out of the game for the entire year. Braden Direct was the winner ol the free-for-all pace In the Great Western Circuit meet at the Illinois State Fair at Springfield. The horses paced the second mile in 2:04, the fastest mile of the meet. Baby Helen was winner of the 2:20 pace fot 3-year-olds and Marie Constant wae first in the 2:25 trot. Diamond Q. was winner of the 2: IS pace in straight heats. GENERAL Philadelphia was definitely chosen as the site of the 1919 triennial con clave of the Knights Templar. Gen. Funston said he placed full credence In the report of Villa's at tack on Chihuahua city, sent to the War Department by Brig. Gen. George Bell. The Mexican conference at New London, Conn., reached a Btage which enabled the American commissioners to predict that a satisfactory settle ment would be arrived at within twe weeks. At Hartford, Conn., Mrs. Amy E Archer-Gilligan, charged with poison ing five inmates of her Home for El derly People at Windsor, was indicted for first-degree murder on five counts by the grand jury. Pope Benedict has conferred upon the Right Reverend Theophile Meer schaert, bishop of Oklahoma, who re cently celebrated the twenty-fifth an nlversary of his consecration, the ti tie of count and assistant to the pon tifical throne. The suicide of Joseph Tuma, heaJ ot the Tuma Savings Bank, a private institution, and the indictment of foul private bankers were developments in Chicago's "epidemic" of private bank failures, and a general inquiry into their institutions. Katherine Gould, divorced wife ol Howard Gould, New York multlmlll ionaire, got judgment for $11,740.78 against her stepfather, J. W. Dayac of Palo Alto, Cal., on a note executed to Timothy Hopkins In 1896 and ac quired by Mrs. Gould in 1901. Men of nation-wide prominence representatives of educational and financial institutions, and delegations from civic, historical and political or ganizatlons, paid tribute to the mem ory of former Mayor Seth Low at his funeral in New York. Foreign ships arriving at Newport News for cargo and coal have report ed to the British authorities that there is another German raider in the At lantic. The epidemic of Infantile paralysis in New York was declared by Health Department officials to be at an end. Rioting was renewed Wednesday night In connection with the New York car strike, after efforts of Mayor Mitchel and others had failed to ef fect a settlement. Several hundred strikers who attacked four surface cars engaged In a running fight with police reserves, during which several persons, including a woman, were hurt. Many arrests were made. Four persons were killed at North Springfield, eighteen miles west of Erie, Pa., when the automobile In which they were riding was struck bv New York Central train. RATON DOCTOR KILLED HURRYING TO DENVER IN AUTO TO MEET FAMILY. Crushed Body of Weil-Known Special ist Found by Tourists on Road South of Pueblo, Colo. Weslorn Newspaper Union News Service. Raton, N. M. Dr. W. S. Connctt, 45, of this city, a specialist in chil dren's diseases, was killed almost In stantly eighteen miles south of Pu eblo, Colo., on the north and south highway when his touring car crashed from the road and turned turtle. Dr, Connett's body was found by tourists crushed beneath the engine shortly after the accident. Dr. Connett, alone, was driving toward Denver to meet his wife and daughter. The roadway U an almost perfect boulevard where the accident occurred and people who had passed him a few minutes before he turned over say that he was driv ing at a very moderate rate of speed. Dr. Connet was one of the most wide ly known physicians in New Mexico. He was a thirty-second degree Mason and stood high ta his profession. He is Burvived by a widow and one daughter. Gerónimo Festival at Taos. Taos It Is evident that this year Taos will celebrate Its typical annual feast of San Gerónimo as never be fore in the history of Taos. The busi ness men and other residents of Tac' have contributed very liberally so that the feast may be given all the importance possible, and that the vis itors from the different parts of the union Sept. 30 will have a good time. The program will be as follows: Foot races and barrel races around the park, band concert, masquerade carnival, Indian dances, relay races by the Indians, chifonettes, pugilistic encounters, matachines by the In dians, the grandest Indian spectacle in America; horse races, 600 yards; broncho "busting," etc. Tax Board Makes $10,000,000 Raise. Santa Fé After a nine-day session the State Tax Commission has ad journed. The commission foun.l $304,690,372 of taxable property on tbv. rolls. It is estimated that about $10, 000,000 in Increases has been put on the rolls, bringing the assessable prop erty to about $315,000000. Scottish Rita Reunion at Santa Fé. Santa Fé The Twenty-second Re union of the Scottish Rite bodies in this valley will be held Oct. 5, 6 and 7. at which time all of the Scottish Rite degrees up to and including the Thirty-second degree will be conferred in the well equipped Scottish Rite Ca thedral in this city. Of Interest to Women. Santa Fé Attorney General Frank W. Clancy ruled upon request of Mrs Laura Wilson Johnson of Palomas Hot Spring, Sierra county, that wom en are not eligible to any offices ex cept those specifically enumerated in the state constitution: county school superintendent or school director. Sugar Beet Acreage Signed Up. Las Cruces The result of over a month's steady work by public spir ited citizens of the Mesilla Valley was brought to a whirlwind finish, when all of the necessary acreage to locate a sugar beet factory at Las Cruces had been signed up. To Resume 8urveys. Santa Fé United State Surveyors F. E. Joy and Basil C. Perkins have arrived to resume under the direction of Surveyor Gennral Lucius Dills, the survey of the Pueblo grants, begin ning with Tesuque, nine miles north of Santa Fé. Three Arrested for Killing Brakeman. Deming Jose Murillo, Romulo Mar tines and Paul Carrillo are under ai rest charged with the murder of G. 0 Stevenson, Southern Pacific brake man, shot to death west of Wilna. Murillo and Martines were captured at Gage and Carrillo was arrested at Separ. Carrillo speaks good English and tallies with Brakeman Wilson's description of the man who had no part in the attack. Carrillo's story does not agree with that told hero by Brakeman Wilson before the cor oner's jury. Carrillo declared the rail road men were the aggressors. Judge Pope Laid to Rest. Santa Fé Every section of New Mexico was represented among those who paid their last tribute to Federal Judge William H. Pope. Flowers rare and sweet-scented in almost measureless profusion attested how near to the hearts of many the emi nent Jurists had come. In harmony with the simplicity of his life and conduct there was no ostentation in the funeral ceremonies. Government Qiven Right-of-Way. Santa Fé For the Federal Court here Judge Robert E. Lewis, of the United States District Court of Colo rado, has handed down an order giv ing the federal government immedi ate right-of-way across the Santa Fé railroad tracks and property In Eddy county, in order that the government may construct protection for the rail road property against possible dam age from the Carlsbad irrigation pro ject, where the reclamation service Is building additional spillways. Deming, Brigada Headquarters. Deming Brig. Gen. Granger Adams announced that Camp Deming will no longer be known as provisional divis ion headquarters, but as the Fourth separate brigade. Col. Edwin F Glenn of the Eighteenth Infantry, now at Douglas, Arls., has been ordered by the commander of the southern department to raport at Deming. He will succeed Gen. Adams, who retires automatically Sept. 28 because of reaching the age limit. NEW MEXICO STATE NEWS Western Newspaper Union News 8ervlce. omino le va: NTS. Sept. 27-S9 First annual Cowboyl Ueneral Roundup at Tucumcarl. Sept. 28 Fair at Ureenvllle. , Oct. I Woman's Clubs' annual melt ing at Las Vegas. . Out. 3-6 New Mexico flankera An allon Convention ot CJrand Canon. Aria. , Oct. 10-13 Dona Ana County Fair at Las Cruces. . ... Oct. 5-15 Annual Convention of Sputn wcBtern Holiness ABS'n at Morlaity. Magdalena is to have better mail facilities. A big barbecue enmphasized beet sugar day at Las CruceB. A ritle meet will be a feature of the' stnte fair at Albuquerque. The Camp Deming Y. M. C. A. hall has been formally dedicated. A political debate was a feature Jt the opening day at the State Fair at Albuquerque. Contrary to the general impression, the 640-acre homestead measure is not yet law. Tuscado, a Navajo Indian, was killed near Defiance station by being run over by a train. Deming now claims the largest auditorium in the state built bjf pri vate individuals. Ground has been broken for Magia lena's new high school. The building will cost $22,000. The home of Mrs. Jennie Gallegocs, of Albuquerque, was destroyed by fire, with all itB contents. Roswell has practically completed a fund of $12,000 for advertising the climate In the east. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Price Watkins, at Hollywood ranch, near Deming, celebrated their silver wedding. Cattlemen will go to sugar beet raising In the Mesilla valley according to reports received at Santa Fé. Gen. Eugene A. Carr's saddle, used throughout his military career, has been presented to the State Histori cal Society. Suit for $5,000 damages for personal Injuries was instituted in Federal Court at Santa Fé by R. T. Holton, ot Curry county, against John N. Janes. August saved the situation for New Mexico crops, according to the cli matic report for the month past is sued by the U. S. Weather Bureau. Louis Caretto, charged at Gallup with seduction, was arrested at Albu querque by Chief J. R. Galusha and City Marshal Chris Christian of Gal lup. Geo. Anderson, who lived southeast of Tucumcari, was shot and killed by his brother-in-law, Lee Anderson, ac cording to a confession made by the latter. The total receipts from the sales and rentals of state lands in New Mex ico, up to November 30, will likely be $700,000 this year, a gain of $200,000 over last year. A petition In voluntary bankruptcy has been filed in Federal Court by Austin Hugh Ullin of Clovis, who gives hiB occupation as a laborer, his liabilities at $403.81 and his assets at $82. 'Centralization of the cattle inter ests of New Mexico is needed," says Senator B. F. Pankey of Lamy, one of the executive board of the New Mexico Cattle and Horse Growers' As sociation. W. O. Van Arsdale, of Wichita, Kas., was in Clovis a few days ago, and an nounced that l)i8 company was putting In 3,500 acres in wheat on their large body of land, twenty-seven miles northeast of Clovis. Business men of Roswell have taken steps toward a vote of a bond Issue of $100,000 for good roads in Chaves county. Recruits who went to Columbus to enter the National Guard and who were rejected, or who met delays be fore being mustered in, are to be re imbursed for their outlay in transpor tation and for Iobs of time. Governor McDonald has appointed ;he following notaries public: Edith Geyer, Roswell; O. P. Hunt, Capitán; Alfred H. Long, Rosa; Alberto C. Or tega, Pastura; J. A. Hurst, Dawson; F. W. Rosenfeld, Silver City. Thirty thousand dollars damages are asked by E. D. Sibley in a suit filed against the Santa Fé Railroad Company. Sibley, while motoring In the Mesilla valley was struck by the train from Albuquerque and received personal injuries. With one accord the co-eds of the University of New Mexico have united to take a swat at the high cost oi high living. They have put a ban on taxlcabs. That is, they have an nounced they will not ride In a taxi cab with the boys to dances or other affairs. Beginning Oct. 1st, the El Paso & Southwestern railroad intends inaug urating a regular daily passenger serv ice connecting with the mala line, which parallels the Mexican oorder, and Tyrone, where Is located the prop erties of the Burro Mountaia Copper Company. A rattlesnake which maJe its home in the cellar at the homestead of J. X. Dunlap In Curry county, sank its fangs into the leg of the 18-montha old child of Dunlap. Despite all that medical aid could c'.o, the child died from the poison. A new date has been set for Urn meeting of New Mexico, Arizona and western Texas attorneys at El Paso to organize a Tri-State Bar Associa tion. It will be on Oct. 17, which has been designated as Bar Association Day at the International Soil Pro ducts' Exposition. . Frank de Bone, held by Luna county authorities, was sentenced at Old .Albuquerque three years aio to serve from lour to five years In the penitentiary for burglary, according to record of the sheriff's office. The sentence was suspended. HUSBAND OBJECTS TO OPERATION Í Wife Cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound i Des Moines, Iowa. "Four years ago I was very sick and my lif was nearly spent. The doctors stated that I would never get well with out an operation and that without it I would not live one year. My husband objected to any operation and got me some of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound. I took it and commenced to get better and am now well, am stout and able to do my own housework. I can recommend the Vegetable Com pound to any woman who is sick and run down as a wonderful strength and health restorer. My husband says I would have been in my grave ere this if it had not been for your Vegetable Compound." Mrs. Blanche Jeffer son, 703 Lyon St., Des Moines, Iowa. Before submitting to a surgical opera tion it is wise to try to build up the female system and cure its derange ments with Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound; it has saved many women from surgical operations. Write to the Lydia JE. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., for advice it will be confidential. M for and Get Skinner5 THE HIGHEST QUALITY SPAGHETTI 36 Ajr Recpe Book Free SKINNER MFG. CO, OMAHA. U.SA IAIGEH MACARONI FACTORY IN AMWCA Broom Corn Have you any? Write us. COYNE BROS., 118 W. South Water Street, CHICAGO, ILL. GASH PAID FOR USED MOTORS Motors rewound. Hlectrlcal supplies Write as. CA II N-FORSTKR KLKCTRIC CO. aOI-SOS 16TH ST. BUN VER, COLO. NEW PENSION LAW FOR WIDOWS Bend for blanks and instructions OB. O. K. Mowi CO., Pen-Jon and faUal kiuni; W1B111IUTOS, 1. ti. APPENDICITIS If Ton nnvfi bnen tnnatenHl or have GATX9TONHS. (N.GKHTION,UA8 or paint? In the rltiht CRCC Bide write for Yalaable Bonk of In formation r n fc I. L K. lOtTWIS, DEPT. W-a, 19 8. UKABBMttN 8T,,CHlCAUO NO WEAKNESS AT THE END Clancy's Comment on Old Friend's Clearness of Intellect Apparent ly a True One. A local nrcliMcct Ik sponsor for the following Irish anecdote: l'nt was reported lying at deaths door, so Cliini'y nnd McMiinlgun de termined to call upon him nnd do what they could to ease his last mo ments. Arriving lit I'at's domicile, they were admitted ly the sick man's weeping wife and conducted to the chamber of not-fiir-oft death. Put looked very Imd indeed, anil his friends hardly knew whether .they had come ill time or not. Hut the nenr- dond man rose up as they neared the bed. One grizzled hand pointed floor- ward at the hedslde and in a weak whisper the sii-k mnn bade his friends hand him that which he sought. They looked underneath and found a jug, which Put joyfully clasped to his brenst. 'I want," says he, "fer you, me friends, to take a last bit of a swig wllh me." Acquiescing, Cluney grasped the jug and removed the stopper. He placed his nose to the opening, a smile creas ing his rugged countenance. Before drinking, however, lie turned to Mc Manlgiin. "Sure nnd he's sinslhle to the vlry Ind." said he, nodding sagely. Columbus Dispatch. Brightens One Up There is something about Grape-Nuts food that bright ens one up, infant or adult, both physically and mentally. What is it? Just its delightful flavor, and the nutriment of whole wheat and barley, including their wonderful body and nerve building mineral ele ments! A crjsp, ready-to-eat food, with a mild sweetness all its own; distinctive, delicious, satisfying Grape-Nuts "There's a Reason r9 \n\n EPITOME DE LA SEMANA Una brava relación de acon tecimientos en curso n asta pals y en el extranjero. Western Newspaper Union News Service. Occidente. Hipólito Villa, hermano de Fran cisco Villa, y su agente financiero en los días en que Juares era una ciu dad abierta, fué soltado de la custo dia federal y dejado en libertad. Atacando la prisión, cincuenta hom bres armados lincharon á Bert Dud ley, vengando la muerte brutal del Señor y la Señora Henry Muller, por la cual le condenaron en Ólathe, Kans. En su rumbo para atender al fu neral de su intimo amigo. Nicholas Entringer, en St. Cloud, Daniel Kempf, de 92 años de edad, uno de los primeros habitantes del condado de Fond du Lac, Wis.,, fué golpeado é Instantamamente matado por un tren de mercancías. Acerca de la guerra. . Algunas noticias no oficiales dicen que se ha establecido un gobierno re volucionario en la isla de Creta. Berlín estima que los ejércitos de los aliados en el Somme han perdido 500,000 en matados, heridos y prision eros á resultas de bu ofensiva en ese frente. La pelea sangrienta está continu ando en Dobrudja, donde los ejércitos del centro están acometiendo sin cesar contra posiciones fuertemente fortificadas de los de Rusia y Ru mania. ' Noventa mil Alemanes bajo el co mando personal del mariscal de cam po Von Hindenberg han sido corta dos á pedazos por los Franceses en el Somme, según dice un reporte al periódico de París, La Liberté. Los Rusos Bon matados por mil lares atacando en formación compac ta en Voihynia, donde fueron repul sados todos sub asaltos, según dice un reporte de Berlín. Los Alemanes han tomado la ofensiva al norte del rio Stokhod mas son repulsados en tedas partes por los Rusos, anuncia Petrograd. Sport. El primer accidente de la estación de pelota en Denver ha golpeado á un muchacho de la escuela superior del lado sud. Jack Salsbury está llevan do el brazo en una honda á resultas de una de las primeras arrebatiñas de la partida. Su brazo fué dislocado y es possible que esté fuera del juego durante el entero año. Washington. Una proposición por los ferrocar riles del oeste para poner jergones de paja en los carros de uno y dos pisos para animales y cobrar $1 y $2 respectivamente en el trafico del su doeste fue suspendida por la comis ión de comercio interestado hasta el 20 de enero. El cónsul general Skinner en Lon dres notificló el departamento de es tado que dos marinos americanos: William Wooton, de Harrison, N. J., y Bernard Sweeney de Bayonne, N. J., fueron salvados en el hundimien to del buque inglés Strathtay, torpe deado por un submarino el 6 de sep tiembre en la Mancha. Extranjero. La esposa del Dr. Paul Samuel Reinscb, ministro de los, Estados Unidos á China, dio luz & un hijo, en Peking. Las noticias de Constantinopla, dice la Overseas News Agency, hablan de una insubordinación entre las tro pas del ejército ruso del Caucaslo de bido á una carencia de víveres. Se presentó un veredicto de muerte accidental por el jurado de médico del crimen en Quebec en la investi gación de la pérdida de trece vidas en el fracaso de la luz central del puente de Quebec el 11 de septiem bre. La crisis de ferrocarriles en Lon dres resultando de la demanda de hombres para un aumento de 10 she lines por semana en sus sueldos ba sido arreglada sobre la basa de dob lar la bonificación de guerra. Esto es un compromiso, dando ft los hom bres la mitad de los 10 shellnes de mandados. , General. El tumulto se renovó el miércoles por la noche en conexión con la hu elga de los obreros de tranvías de Nueva York, después de que los esfu erzos del alcalde Mitchel y otros hu bieron sido vanos en efectuar nn com promiso. Varos centenares de obre ros que atacaron cuatro carros de la superficie entraron en una pelea cor rida con reservas de policía, durante la cual varias personas. Incluyendo á una mujer, fueron heridas. Se hici eron muchos arrestos. En Hartford, Conn., la Señora Amy E. Arcber-Gilllgan, acusada de en venenar ft cinco inquilinos de su Casa para Ancianos en Windsor, fué con denada por homicidio al primer grado, en cinco cbsob, por el gran jurado. Hombres de notoriedad general por todo el estado, representantes de in stituciones educacionales y finan cieras, y delegaciones de organiza clones cívicas, históricas y políticas, manifestaron su pésame ft la memo ria del ex alcalde Seth Low en su funeral en Nueva York. El suicidio de José Turna, director del Banco de Ahorros.de Tuma, una Institución privada, y la condenación de cuatro banqueros privados fueron unas de las circunstancias de la epi demia de bancarrotas de bancos pri vados en Chicago, y de una inquisi ción general en sus instituciones. El Papa Benedicto ha conferido al Reverente Theophile Meerschaert, obispo de Oklahoma, quien, hace poco celebró el vlgéslmoqulnto aniversario de su consecración, el título de condi f asistente al trono pontífice!. NOTICIAS DEL ESTADO De Interés para toda la gante de Nuevo Mexico. Western Newspaper Union News 8orvlce. Nuevo Mexico. Una gran barbacoa ensalsó el día de "azúcar" en Las Cruces. Magdalena tendrá mejores facili dades de servicio de correos. La sala de Y. M. C. A. del campa mento Deming ha sido formalmente dedicada. Una reunión de "rifle" será uno de los rasgos de la feria de estado en Albuquerque. Contrariamente i la impresión gen eral, la medida de homesteads de t40 acres no es ley todavía. Deming ahora posee el mayor audi torium del estadoque haya sido con struido por intereses privados. Roswell ha virtualmente completa do un fondo de $12,000 para hacer la publicidad del clima en el este. La casa de la Señora Jennie Galle gos, de Albuquerque, fué destruida por un incendio, con todo su conten ido. Una discusión política fué uno de los acontecimientos del día de aber tura de la feria da estado en Albu querque. El , Señor y la Señora Geo. Price Watkins, en el rancho de Hollywood, cerca de Deming, celebraron sus bodas de plata. Ya ha Bido revuelto el terreno para los cimientos de la nueva escue la superior en Magdalena. El edifi cio costará $22,000. Tuscado, un Indio de los Navajos, fué matado cerca del paradero de De flanee, habiéndole un tren abatido y pasado por encima. La silla del General Eugene A. Carr, usada durante su carrera mili tar, ha sido presentada á la sociedad histórica del estado. Geo. Anderson, quien vivía al sud oeste de Tucumcarl, recibió un tiro mortal de su cuñado, Lee Anderson, según confesión hecha por éste. Según los reportea recibidos en Santa Fe, los ganaderos del vaijo de Mesilla ahora se interesarán en el cultivo de la remolacha de azúcar. Los comerciantes de Roswell han tomado las medidaB necesarias para un voto sobre una emisión de bonos de $100,000 para buenos caminos en el condado de Chaves. Louis Carrete, acusado de seduc ción en Gallup, fué arrestado en Al buquerque por el Jefe de policía J. R. Galusha y el alguacil de la ciudad Chris Christian de Gallup. Una petición en bancarrota volun taria fué presentada en corte federal por Austin Hugh Ullin de Clovis, que dec "a ser Jornalero, siendo su déb ito de $403.81 y su crédito de $82. Una queja legal por $5,000 en un caso de injurias personales fué pre sentada en la corte federal en Santa Fe por R. T. Holton, del condado de Curry, en contra de John N. Janes. El mes de agosto salvó la situación para las cosechas de Nuevo Mexico, según los reportes climatológicos Jel pasado mes presentados por la ofici na de meteorología de los Estados Unidos. "Se necesita la centralización de los lnterses ganaderos en Nuevo Mex ico," dice el senador B. F. Rankey da Lamy, uno del consejo ejecutivo de la asociación de criadores de caballos y ganado de Nuevo Mexico. W. O. Van Arsdale, de Wichita, Kas., estuvo á Clovis unos días hace, y anunció que su compañía estaba sembrundo 3,500 aerea de trigo en su gran superficie, veinte y siete millas al noreste de Clovis. El Gobernador McDonald nombró ft los siguientes notarios públicos: Edith Geyer, Roswell; O. P. Hunt, Capitán; Alfred H. Long, Rosa; Al berto C. Ortega, Pastura; J. A. Hurst, Dawson; F. W. Rosenfeld, Silver City. Las recetas totales procedentes de la venta y arrendamiento de las tier ras de estado en Nuevo Méjico, has ta el 30 de noviembre, probablemente alcanzarán la suma de $700,000 este año, 6 sea un exceso de $200,000 so bre el año pasado. De común acuerdo las disclpulas de la universidad de Nuevo Mexico se han reunido en la decisión de darle un golpe al siempre creciendo costo de vivir. Ellas han excluido de sus necesidades el uso del taxicab para días de baile y otras ocasiones con ios muchachos. Frank de Bone, arrestado por las autoridades del condado de Luna, fué sentenciado en Viejo Albuquerque ties año hace á un tiempo de cuatro i cinco años en la penitenciaría por robo, según lo indican los registros de la oficina del alguacil. Fué suspen dida la sentencia. Un crótalo que hizo su nido en la cueva del homestead de J. X. Dun lap, condado de Curry, hundióse Ios colmillos en la pierna del niño de diez y ocho meses de Dunlap. A pe sar de todo lo que pudo hacer la asis tencia médica, murió el niño del veneno. El Señor E. D. Sibley, en una queja legal contra la compañía del ferrocar ril de Santa Fe pide treinta mil pesos de daños. Mientras viajando en su automóvil, en el valle de Mesilla, Sib ley fué golpeado por el tren de Albu querque y recibió injurias personales. El general de brigada Granger Adams anunció que Camp Deming no será en el futuro reconocido como cuarteles generales temporarios para la división, mas como cuarta brigada separada. El coronel Edwin F. Glenn del décimo-octavo regimiento de in- funtcrlu, ahora en Douglas, Arla., ba recibido Orden del comandante del de partamento meridional de presentarse en Iteming. El sucederá al General Adams, quien se retira del servicio automáticamente el 28 de septiembre, habiendo llegado al límite de edad.