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New Mexican (Newspaper) - June 24, 1908, Santa Fe, New Mexico SANTA FE NEW MEXICAN VOL. 45. SANTA NEW WEDNESDAY JUNE 190s! NO. 11' SEVER RELATIONS 1THJEHEU Members of ican Legation Quit Caracas IMMINENT of Turbulent Republic at Washington Still on the June members of the American arc awaiting ihe arrival of the United States gun boat at Porto the warships having been ordered for the purpose of transferring them TO BUILD SANITARY i SEWER AT ONCE j Council Decides on Long Needed j provement for Lower San i cisco A sanitary will be huili on lower Francisco street at once ana as soon hereafter as practicable the will be paved from the t hotel to the intersection of Such was the decision at an adjourned meeting of the council held last night Property owners of lower San cisco street appeared before the they having been notified that a bearing would be given lor approval or the proposed gestions or Nathan J. G. and Fred perty were in favor of pavement or at least the improvement j of the They that a j sanitary sewer be built before the j street was paved and that if possible j telephone and telegraph poles moved off the Judge B. staled thai le object to ihe street unless a is built and the SINKING Wife and Physicians Only Ones at Bedside When Final Summons Came BECAME UNCONSCIOUS PEACEFULLY AWAY of Demise Came From Clear Sky at It Was Not Known He Was Dangerously A Remarkable to tho United Jacob Sleeper taken It has been as charge by Muller that instead of paving faires since the departure of the American W. Russell and the street that it be macadamized which would be much cheaper just as He will not oppose it the majority of the Lieutenant the lary withdrew from the tion at Caracas on Saturday and desire it and from the to Porto The interests of those there last evening a the United States were placed In i pavement is charge of the Brazilian legation as the Considerable discussion resulted representatives of the European cr building a sewer on San Francisco tions nre having considerable friction with President Castro's John American consular remains her in charge of the arch- Revolution President Castro returned here denly days ago after a Jong ab- sence in the interior and bis arrival attracted much All kinds of rumors are current and the of the of the United States government is not quite understood by It is that there will be an early rupture with Holland and there are re- ports that a revolution against the ad- ministration is being organized in As matters now the United France and practically have no relations with the Venezuelan Ureat and Holland have several questions Tending with the any alone has no Venezuelan Minister Still on Juno charge d'affaires here has not yet been advised by life government ol the withdrawal of the American charge d'affaires at Mr. Consequently he will not ply for his passports unless ordered So do so and does not such an The diplomatic qualifications are ly severed between and Charge d'Affaires Sleeper has t yet reported his departure to the Acting Secretary is to confer with Secretary Root ana Assistant Secretary Bacon and will then probably make public the last diplomatic ing to the question was raised .is to who Mayor Sena SHERMAN RESTING EASY IN HOSPITAL Considerable Improvement Noted in Condition of Vice-Presidential Juno o'clock morning the physicians attending James S. Sherman suited the patient's temperature was 100 and respiration 32. Sherman fell into a sound Sleep fli C n. m. and awakened after two hours of refreshing He was during a greater part of the but his physicians say there a decided Improvement in his this Following n of intense heat a cool breeze this morning and this added greatly to the comfort of the Some would checkmated the only chance for a row last night by stating that ho would the two from each ward to agree on a man ami lie would appoint whoever they No firecrackers will be allowed set off the on the The forbidden district not definitely fixed last bul the by proclamation will designate the for- RENDERS MANY IN- DIVIDUAL TAX f four hundred have been issued in tho by Judge John n. and by of Francis C. Wilson for back tuxes in Santo Ke Order of sales have been issued 200 summons gotten out 10 be served on ns required by Those judgments arc for taxes of and The taxes arc in it Judgment from those of 1906. claimed there Is fl serious upon the part of a lux f whom these have re- It was proposed that the sani sewer on Water street be up from the outlet into Santa Fe river ind the sanitary er to be put in on San Francisco running tho latter sewer to the arroyo in the part of the This effectually solve the blem of unsanitary conditions along Fe river below the outlet of the Water street After a thorough discussion the matter was referred to tho committee on sewage and iy Mayor Sena with instructions to at the next regular ins in Salmon brought up the tion of a sewer on the south side of Santa Fe Mayor Sona stated for the benefit of the residents of that side of the city that inary surveys would be- made and that some work had been done already but that the matter was in its in- In thy discussion relative to moving telegraph and telephone poles off San street where it is to put down the an gation of the franchise granted brought out the idea that the cil could not remove the poles without consent of City At- C. C. will be an opinion while Mayor to Sena will endeavor to got the to place their in con- Sena asked permission from tho council to appoint three extra to serve July and 5th. The council gave him ihe required tho tin tuber to Juno former President United died suddenly at his at o'clock this Death was due to failure complicated with other dis- His passing away was not immediately announced but delayed until an official statement bad been prepared by the physicians in This statement was at o'clock Official Statement of Cleveland for suany years suffered from repeated attacks of tro intestinal He also had a. long standing disease of the heart and Heart failure complicated with pulmonary thrombosis and oedema were the immediate causes of his Death Came as Great While Mr. Cleveland had been seriously iil from time to ihe an- of bis death came like a. thunderbolt 10 those watchins his Last night there was a slight flurry among sioned by ihe visit of Dr. of Cleveland's old Mrs. Cleveland Not Mrs. Cleveland later in the in Bryant's visit id no occasion for alarm and that her husband was getting This reassurance totally unprepared their friends for the who were the of the former were Cleveland and three The other in tlie tJie time were the End Came All of a Doctors Bryant and who cisme from New York remained at Hie Cleveland home When announcement of liis Th when the cume i FOREST FIRES RAGING IN SEVERAL Valuable Timber in and Otero un south of Mount Taylor i burning for is visible from this from volumes of which invert sky the blaze is an The said to Sav belonging to A. a of and thai J. Forest rangers the reserve trying to co Thriving Town Rightly spread In Named I PROMISING HIM for Large still ii iho have not been liere for j MI b Distributing Point can made 01 the or area JT by ihe Every available In this vicinity put in assisting w stamp out According to ad rices Supervisor D. of the forest rangers ru employ all in the md U. it any of BIG j I; almost In M- NEAR and burned all Monday afternoon in Pierce four ami east of The If Forest near Carter's saw ami burned a area of A force of inoa fought ii is thieved have it wind up IRE SWEEPS UNCHECKED OVER MAXWELL GRANT of uir of Sanui Fe Central a ail Santa F- from Xew a5 the first in reeled about years and of a to ihe needs of J railroad The rapid of per Soy and the with niei in their pursuits about the A special policeman kept in the Plaza to see that this is It was it the mi- bidden will bt tho patient this morning thuy found him one Dr. who lives in ivas w step y after eight Mr. Cleveland seemed to fail and the physicians worked hard over ihe with every resource Finally he into unconsciousness and the pmi ratne at It is bo- the heal the last few contributed in a great decree his sudden Scores of telegrams are into the from of country Europe condolence and Funeral to fie Held The following bulletin was issued m the Press funeral of. former President Cleveland will he held iune 20. at the Cleveland on Bavard ml will be strictly 71 Years Old Last Mr. Cleveland was Tl years old on March During the winter he kept close to his home in Princeton the approach of his when he went to with his He was a if the Equitable Ufe Assurance of Xew York and up to tho time f going to attended correspondence in connection with his for that After lie went to Lake wood he discontinued vork and it soon developed that he was suffering from an attack of ive trouble which he had experienced many times News of Death Kept From N. 11., June the death of River canon aiui is O' Howard The fire is on the i the Land Orant which has one hundred but making no Timber and of are in line of the fire and prevents further spread of will be within a period of years city bank erects aad with m a fow waterworks ana a run by will GUAU the on AH are found hundreds o' OF who this fertile valley to make their T manent lill soil and Troops Put Nationalists Route and Retake Parliament Building in laud occurred before th no word had been at the Cleveland summer here from o'clock this The news was telephoned to estate by the Associated but he refused to mai He chore so Cleveland's condition thai he would not communicate with household here until he received word from a personal friend of the ly in Those lie were his The Cleveland place s in isolated district far from ami Three of the or Mr. Cleveland are with the mother of land They will so lo Princeton of the news Princeton up to one it known to the pf the of father's News Flashed to Oyster unofficial notification of ilie death of Former President G rover Cleveland was flashed immediately to Oyster Hay for the information of The House Its of his death from the Associate Secretary of Treasury B. who the senior cabinet in at present is now acting head of ihe the first word that came from Oyster Bay was which the secretary lit in to keep the small hoys from to all executive to place their at half it is probable ihoy will for thirty days June id that Srst shot in day's fighting in this city was fired by members of the a political Soldiers early this rounded the parliament bouse and de- manded tha? a number of j whose tho Shah had Ibe handed over to i demand the parliament I and shots at brought inp and a of thf halls were but lighting the and Cossacks kept up until ar- I when the wero thrown at the Cornells fifteen were while three i officers and twenty mvn were Many houses by London Hears of June dispatch received from Teheran say that on a small number were killed dur the and that the i the effect of crackers near persona in Ihe Mayor Sena replied that Company F. Xew Mexico was at ihe of the city that The fire committee of the was instructed to test all fire alarm boxes ami to see they were in working This will be done at once nnd those out of service will ho Slock pens will not he ed In city limits A vote was taken last night and tho result ras all such nuisances must he abated at On motion the same levy as made The iiii military honors rendered on the last year for tho of men's Hoard of Trade was made ibis Ortiz and Wheelon roll rail with Mayor Sena ROYAL INFANT CAME BEFORE IT WAS EXPECTED June who was Mm the of Spain camo before be was dent has also ordered suitable uav lay of ihe Cortelyou Deceased Glowing tat omen t this Mr. not entirely unexpected by those who knew Cleveland's tal his is none the low with keen He vas a American rising from to the highest In he people's sift through sheer force of which character was iu an so sincere as to excite not only the and affection of who were to be his hat who opposed him for political or other know no man in our history more in the performance ho believed to be his No man realized mom fully tho ideal of an public His example has been most some in these years of social and economic unrest and bfo and spirit for a better of ihe needs and of our His is a loss in entire Roosevelt Will Attend Oyster N. June not attend the boat race to the death of He wnl a message of condolence to Mrs. Cleveland and his of attending the funeral if it UKes any other than when he an for a jShah master of Tile town is on a level v j which from for Distance if thirty aad west and for nearly sixty north ilh and which contains an of over one thousand The at in about with the fact thai valley is entires by and accounts for which ihe year For the from lower in search of mount Ian here exceptional and numbers of have already testify that they haw by insures the heat of and the surround in 5 furnish from In vicinity of ard U for the city a of freedom from continued dy conditions in time of At AND TAFT BURY THE of June I tor Foraker will RO on stump in and make tho effort of his life carry Hint stato for the Republican is confidently by Re- high in Uio councils their I There have been recent con- Influential on national affairs and they have J tended strongly to brine about this On other It is hoped i hy his friends that Senator to have the support nf Mr. nnd j other loaders in Ohio polities for tho i CLEVELA ND A SELF-MADE Stephen Cleveland was was nothing remarkable about nnd as a result many of IS. 1S37. In the small village ol tho Bishop of duty it In to be on did not roach Ihe near New the fifth child of LAS CRUCES LAWYER SUES FOR A 1 C been in the district court liero by Klmer A. the woll known Ida Chaffee The is asked for Ini time witness tbo a On ife of tho by the plaintiff on thf ground of do As a hoy Cleveland was educated It set out In tho the common schools of uon that thn defendant him to return to her former home In of one mile from town and stretching for many miles to north and a chocolate loam is with an supply of water from four to one hun cf the of been raised in the immediate vicinity Corn has been the city a yield of sixty to the winter wheat has bushels to the sugar uine fn fourteen inches In six inches Jn or and almost nine p. beans and arse of cane kaffir of Fruits all will be hero with in a short All varieties of can bo grown this them titno clover anil do Tils not all depends for on south of town at a distance of 3w there Is a larso aroa of land which for the foot ot the tho surface of which is broken fresh water covered with rich of the nutritious ot On Thr
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