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Santa Fe New Mexican (Newspaper) - February 6, 1905, Santa Fe, New Mexico ANTA FE NEW MEXICAN SANTA FEBRUARY iEMBLINGIN Set for Tomorrow on Hamil n Statehood Bill in Sen I ate Will Be Very ITH SIDES GUESSING ly It Looks As if Either the Bard Imendment or the Jointure Will Become to the Now i as to the result of the vote on Hamilton statehood bill and dments are wide depending altogether upon makes If the amendment limit New Mexico asa separate i is passed the necessary on publican side will come from the Senators Hansbor Fos Clark Wyoming and These eighteen Republicans Ithlrtytwo Democratic Senators give New Mexico BO but Beveridge asserts not than onehalf of these eighteen Chileans will vote to admit New Senator Bard and several elng opposed to admitting either j Mexico to any also said that one other Demo Senator In addition to Senator of is opposed to ad Ing New Mexico unless Arizona Is tied at the same The vote is likely to be that eault will depend upon the votes enatorg Burton and Mit The latter are under in and there may be an there Is a strong I these two Senators will not be to vote or ator Beveridge Is an astute poll J and It is pointed out lie would not bave permitted a day i aet unless he was certain that sufficient votes to carry the Illton statehood bill without with Arizona to be dealt with A peculiar reason was on one occasion for this attitude of the railroads to the effect that these corporations would be able to control the labor situation better with two Mates made of Arizona and New Mex ico than they would If these territories were joined in a single Senator Pattersons proposition for combining the efforts of the Demo crats In favor of the admission pf New leaving out Arizona to be dealt with Is one that Is still iielng supported by very many although it has not every Democratic Senator in Its Sen ator Bailey Is understood still to be onrteavorlng to get Senator Foraker and those who support his plan for a separate by Arizona and New Mexico on the question of tbelr ad mission one or two states to drop that amendment and join their forces in favor of letting New Mexico alone at this Foraker Is the joint statehood bill was laid before the Sen ate today Senator Foralter spoke In favor of striking out that portion of relating to Arizona and New His opposition to the bill was WELLS MUST HAVESYSTEM Irrigation by Artesian Wells a Comparatively New Method Much in Need of LEGISLATION REQUIRED Enormous Waste of Water Now in Pro cess in Pecos Valley Must in Some Manner Be dments that would cter The change Its correapond the generally telegraphs the synopsis of the statehood he Indications are that the Ham I joint statehood bill will The I amendment will be voted upon It propones to erect but a single i and that out of the territories of homa and Indian Two t of the Senators favor this and i vote for It were It not for the t to pass the Hamilton joint state I as it was reported the littee on A careful i ot the Senate resulted la forty w certain for the Hamilton sot counting the ot Burton Itchell who are also for the are still In doubt as to they will vote hat Senator Sever counts on at least flve the itlton which leave 89 as certain tot Foraker six more belng necessary bare The weakness of ipposttlon to the Hamlllonblll is Nt IB not united on any one of the amendments offered and while favor the admission of New not that ot others admission ot both of those as while ilfforaia do not want o be bill on the consolidation of Arizona ind New Mexico as one While le did not endorse all the details of the provision for the union of Oklahoma md Indian Territory he was willing to iccept Beveridge Has His Senate the House managers who pre sented the replication to the answer ot fudge Swayne in the impeachment oroceedlngs at 2 Thereafter Senator Beveridge began his speech in iupport of the jointstatehood Will Railroad It under nstructions the Republican caucus of the House committee on rules today agreed a rule to govern the con sideration of the railroad pro vides for debate Wednesday tnd Thursday and a vote a 3 oclock An Animated was a Seated discussion In the House today bill providing tor a settle ment with the Indians and the opening f the Wind River reservation in Wy The opposition came principally from of New and McMOr ran of Mondell of Wyom Lacey of and Hitchcock of supported the the former Deconrtttgr engaged lolllloquy with McMorran heated who charged that It was proposed to rob the Mondelb moved to sus pend the rules and pass the but the motion failed to receive a neces sary twothirds vote and was TEXAS OFFICERS DUKE New Alice Webb Duke was arraigned In police court today it developed that Texas authorities had notas glveii UK the intention of securing her extra District Attorney Jerome pre sented a telegram from Xoyerrior ham Wing the application for a re quisition would be forwarded as soon as the papers were properly made out by the Nagadoches officers to whom they had been returned Magistrate Fool said it looked as if the Texas authorities had been trifling with the district but later he would not consent to the womans re lease on parole as requested by her at district attorney for the Fifth Judicial District with head quarters at Is at Santa Fe In tho interests of legislation to protect tho artesian wells of his Speaking of this matter to the New Hervey said The people of the Pecos es pecially In that part known as the demonstrated artesian belt are very much Interested In Council Bill Introduced by Councilman Bal being An Act to regulate the use of artesian wells and to prevent the waste of subterranean flows of water Artesian wells are being bored In great numbers in the Pecos and no effort whatever is being made to regulate the flow of these to prevent waste and to keep a record of No one in the Pecos Valley except possibly the government can tell whether the arte sian flowla decreasing or No one knows how much water a cer tain well not even the Bach as goon as the flow is allows the well to continue its flow without scattering the water all over the surrounding Furthermore the waste ol water from these wells in any part of the artesian belt Is a menace to the artesian flow in other especially n the upper Pecos Valley where It is considerably than in the lower Wells in the neighborhood ot Artesla are or five times as deep as wells In the neighborhood of Ros well and also flow four or flve times as much A continuous waste of water In the valley will tend to absolutely atop the flow In the upper There are now two or three hundred wells flowing in the Pecoa yalleyr1 Others are being bored all over the valley at the rate probably of five ornlx wells each It can readily be seen how much Is wasted in twentyfour hours it even half or a fourth of these wells are allowed to flow and the water go to These wells flow from three hundred to two or three thousand gallons per depending upon the locality the size and depth of the Irrigation by means ot artesian THE EAST IS ICEBOUND Great Cities Helpless Frozen Clutches of Storm in the the SWEEPING COLD WAVE Even the Mississippi Valley Does Not Escape the Fierceness of Winters of an Inch but in the mountains to the eastward the fall was much At Loma the South ern Pacific was washed out again Just as the track was repaired from the previous Floods occurred again last night In but as the telegraph service is interrupted the ex tent of damage Is The San ta Fe suffered further damage In King man last night and at other but repairs will be made by this after The rain in Los Angeles for the present season Is Inches against up to February LEGISLATIVE POINTERS Weather Bureau announced today that the out look is for continued cold not only In this but In a large part of the United Zero weather extendB as far south as Oklahoma and theDakotas report from 20 to 30 de grees The snow and sleet storm which centered yesterday morn ing in the lower Mississippi Valley has traveled rapidly northeast ward and IB now off near the England coast passing out to Unusually heavy precipitations of rain have oc curred throughout New Ari zona and southern California for some While the cold snap continues undiminlshed in the northwest and Missouri there are signsof The weather has cleared but continues Trains from the south are arriving behind two trains from Atlanta being many hours late on account of a storm which swept that section A boat from Norfolk due to arrive here at oclock last night had not reached her pier at ten this New York New Feb mllea of residence streets In the upper part of Manhattan Island and Brooklyn high with snow the discomfort which the people of New York exper ienced recently was Increased today when a snow storm which began last night was changed Into a heavy fall of rain and sleet that covered the side walks and car rails with an Icy coat The streets and crossings In many sections of the city were Travel by either surface or elevated lines was much Impeded owing to the slippery rails and numerous minor ac cidents The huge fields of floating Ice still filled portions of the rivers1 and harbor and delayed travel by Connecticut la New Haven port on the Connecticut shore from the mouth Representative Harry Howard Is making a good record In the territor ial Councilman Martin felt ex ceedingly good Governor Otero has signed Council BUI the Martin Relief and It is now a The Council met at 2 oclock this afternoon only to adjourn until tomor morrow morning at 10 oclock out of respect to Councilman Leahy and Winters who were It is rumored about the Capitol that House Bill providing that any county funds may be applied for the payment to of charges for feeding is being critically considered by Governor Otero and that the Executive has none too fav orable an opinion of the House Joint Memorial Intro duced by Representative Amado which is a protest against the creating of the proposed Rio Jemez Forest was signed at 1 oclock Saturday by Governor and copies of it were forwarded to RUSSIANS INEFFECTUAL Make Another Offensive Move ment Which Meets Prompt and Disastrous KUROPATKIN MIFFED He is Mad at General Grippenberg and Release Commend of Second the Washington by nolds Secretary Ray of the Connecticut River at Saybrook to the westerly end of Long Island Sound Is securely locked In ice Marine mensay tho Ice conditions have never been so bad in their recol All water traffic out of New Maven and Bridgeport harbor Is at a lrthe twostate talll divided that they get to on the Bard amendment the muster to defeat If they adopt the Bard the fight so far lttee lg but it i the two other territories tor fu a coune that Is pleas most of ot the Senator Bailey a5 Afler Her Venal Ice wells Is comparatively a new method j and oyster fishing Is impon of and in Pecos Valley a pursued absolutely without any sys tem or each irrlgator re garding hie right absolute to use or waste the water as he seen It will be ot great advantage to have Council 20 become a law It will pre vent the waste ot which like Rhode Nantucket shoals light ship which be came imprisoned in ice late last night Is in a dangerous A wireless message was received asking for The gunboat Hist and a light ship have any other waste will sooner or ordered to the assistance of the become a matter ot regret itwill es1 imprisoned At the torpedo i AL If la utirlaf arnrtri t fl fin to a business partner Of Alice Webb has been arrested charged with belnjt a fugitive from He is alleged to have been implicated in the swindle at EXPOSES A BAD RAILROAD TRICK hearings before the Interstate Commerce mission1 of the Senate on the subject ot private car lines were resumed to day of representing continuing his state tabllsh a means of ascertaining the value ot artesian welts as an irriga tion proposition and of recording val uable data as to the cost of these wellg In different parts of the artesian the amount of average flow and the average and numerous other matters of Importance regarding this very powerful in the upbuilding of the agricultural resources ot New ThJSre it certainly much more to be learned about artesian wells and artesian flowi than we have yet learned and only by legislation ot this kind station It is understood the danger to the light ship is mainly due to the di rection of the wind which Is driving her can wa hope to make moot in this any TWENTY OTHERS DIE AT WARSAW 1 from Kalliz say that tho situation there is There are continuous rates the Santa W cars wdar corporations wllrpiul He concluded with ft tot the uxtorminatlon oar line artillery and the UtriiMirsftTwsttty lulitsr have Chicago cold wave 8 scheduled to follow the snow storm which has prevailed for thirty snowfall gerlously Interfered with arnsportatlon on both steam and treat Bad In severe snow and sleet storm prevailed today n this city and badly handi capping train and trolley All Truffle CHen eastern New York is snow Fit inches of snow hag fallen and the storm still Trolley traffic i suspended and tho stage mall routes are work this morning through return of some A majority of the still iut 4g4 at tempts are beliws to prevent Mw workmen from to ttrtr wa BoWtsrs guarding factories and oVnOt permit contents to ooourred betwwn the strikers where the latter sought to the men from ralwWtff to anil workman J the Cossacks ud The House committee on judiciary is considering the bill introduced by Representative Ellis providing for a system of appeals to the Territorial Supreme It Is understood that the committee did not favor the pro placed it on Ice where It Is likely to stay until killed by the House when Councilman Jacobo Chaves bill for the enlarging of Torrance County and fixing the county seat thereof at BJs has been signed by Governor Otero and Is now The people of the county are well pleased with this piece of legislation and are under obi gations to Councilman for the active and energetic work he did In pushing it through both bodies of tho A visitor to tho legislative halls who has come to Santa Fe regularly tor the past twenty years to take a look at as Informed a New Mexican representative as follows t visited the House the other I have seen and known the members of ten legis lative assemblies and I have heard much of buying and selling votes In these bodies although nothing Has ever been proven of these I wlil give the man who wants to do any buying this time a pointer and that Is that tho mombera ot the pres ent House do not look some of them may have their but if that Is so it will be found Very Japanese Man churlan telegraphing un der date of February says On February the enemys ar tillery bombarded from several points on our right Otherwise the sit uation Is In the direction of our Friday Febru ary one company of infantry attiuk ed our outposts from the Mukden road and later another section was attack ed in the neighborhood of Wanchia Both attacks were In the direction of our left the enemy has been attacking in the neighbor hood of Llutluookou since the morn Ing of the This which consisted of the First and Fifth rifle were driven back towards The enemys losses are es timated at seven We wit nessed the removal of over three hun dred The Russian dead already Interred after the battle of In the neighborhood of Sunpaow number nine Brief Russian Russian Huan Moun February Delayed In lery engagement has been resumed on the Russian Will Kuropatkln of Kuropatkln handing over his command General commander of the First have been current In Petersburg since the announce ment that General Grippenberg had been relieved of his command of the second The Associated Press is unable to obtain any confirmation of the The war office declares they are Immediately but deny A distinguished general told the Associated Press that evi dently there had been friction between Kuropatkln and and add I have heard a great deal of talk about Kuropatkins asking to be re but nothing positive can bo said on the subject at Bamboo Canet For war department today issued an extended statement denying the charge that the Russian prisoners in Japanese prisons have been These charges are alleged to have been contained in let ters written By the prisoners who be longed to tho cruiser of tho Vladivostok It Is said that the letters were smuggled out In bam boo Winter No Russian Huan Moun Gen eral former commander Representative Howard Uaa Intro Dead to LoulsvlIK means ot communication in the central west IB crippled today to a degree of seriousness unknown to late years by hours dura Ufa over into north as the Ohio duced by request a bill providing that all accounts against tho several counties before being allowed and paid by the county commissioners lio ject to the Inspection and approval by the district attorney for each Howard is not an enthusiastic ad vocate ot the measure and Is not lying awake nights trying to devise ways and means tor Us The bill la supposed to be a reform measure but the various hoards ot county com mUsloneri object to It and say they might just as well turn their duties over to the district attorneys It the bill should become although they are ot the opinion that the district at are pretty well provided for with the good things of this life as it The New Mexican that Howard will not weep salty tsars if the bill should go the way ot all here today for The Japs are feverishly fortifying their east flank and evidently appre hending a Russian offensive the Russian movement on Hun River hav ing demonstrated the possibility of operations despite tho blob uniier normal conditions keeps touch with the ovw 160 WM out off today from all communication with any telephone wlrm are Also Information came by train from Chat tsuopga today that COO telegraph poles TO TAKE OVER BISBEE MINER Las for BOIUO time of tho Optic iu this states that ho hits an option on the Blsbeo Dally and will purchase that Allen returned hero ytmtorday from a visit to during which ho made tho deal for tho and U now arranging to return to to tako charge of the Re wort flat on of round in the vicinity The city of Mscon also falUd to oommunlcsto with Any neigh boring In tact tho only part by wirt WM liupbus cornw MI Mpontdno oommttq Ication with Atlsnta or Mtoon for two In throualKwt MANY LIVES ARE PROBAWYLOST Hartford is believed that several persons ware killed In an explosion ot several hun drs4 quarts ot in tho Torpedo tuagaslne near Montueller Saturday The magftslne wrecked by tuo The concussion was plainly felt by towns fifty KILLED BECAUSE PRORUSSIAN dispatch trom Hotslugsfom Finland by way of Stock holm says that Soimto Procurator Johnson wai assassinated today by man In uniform will sou was Tho astasslu was Johnson was a taut wan unpopular bocauio of liU proUutslitu It Is fret that ml nnwiclsi and mwwbuto uy tint qoiekMt matte wra by ftdrtrUflm W at ItMtOMb ADVKRTI8INQ MAN Pol an Sydvsrtlslng man who owno here thrao ago from City today swallowed laudanum attbbad hirosalf over tho howl with bought with his last Bo hud been unslile to se cure employment and was on of
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