Santa Fe New Mexican, June 24, 1908

Santa Fe New Mexican

June 24, 1908

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New Mexican (Newspaper) - June 24, 1908, Santa Fe, New Mexico SANTA FE NEW MEXICAN VOL. 45. SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY JUNE >4, 190s! NO. 11' SEVER RELATIONS 1THJEHEU Members of Amer- ican Legation Quit Caracas AEHIOtilf IMMINENT RepretenUtive of Turbulent Republic at Washington Still on the Job. Carcas, June members of the American iegaiioii arc awaiting ihe arrival of the United States gun boat Marietta, at Porto Cabelio, the warships having been ordered (here for the purpose of transferring them TO BUILD SANITARY i SEWER AT ONCE j Council Decides on Long Needed lm- j provement for Lower San Fraiv i cisco Street. A sanitary se-wer will be huili on lower '3an Francisco street at once ana as soon hereafter as practicable the sirc-et will be paved from the t Ciaire hotel to the intersection of Oal-{ isteo street. Such was the decision re-ached at an adjourned meeting of the council held last night Property owners of lower San Fran- cisco street appeared before the coun- cil, they having been notified that a bearing would be given lor approval or the proposed improvements, sug- gestions or objections, Nathan Salmon, J. G. and Fred JfuHer, pro- perty owners, were in favor of the! pavement or at least the improvement j of the street. They insistsed that a j sanitary sewer be built before the j street was paved and that if possible j tht> telephone and telegraph poles b jaway. The fire is on the ;iropcrtj i the ilaxwpH Land Orant company, which has one hundred nir-u fisatius it, but making no headway. Timber and of valut1 are in fhf line of the fire and unlcs-? prevents further spread of fir-1 daniage will be enormous. ment. Hero, within a period of years .1 city S0'3 wiih -arge whoSesaic- ant! rfltili bank fr'c.. hav-; erects aad with m a fow morstiif waterworks ana a [JishHns? systen-. run by will GUAU MACTTD the surrounJ- on AH un? conntr-- are found hundreds o' OF farniers who OTmf- _____ this fertile valley to make their T manent homw. lill iiie soil and Troops Put Nationalists ..rotTV Route and Retake Parliament Building in Teheran, Teh..-: laud occurred before niiu; th no word had been n; ceived at the Cleveland summer huiue here from o'clock this afternoon. The news was telephoned to estate by the Associated Press, but he refused to mai Jiotist'hoW. He expl.'iinei! chore -iiati fci'en so man. Cleveland's condition thai he would not communicate with household here until he received word from a personal friend of the fami- ly in Princeton. Those lie were his instructions. The Cleveland place s in :m isolated district far from teltwaph ami railroad. Three of the :hiMrcn or Mr. Cleveland are with .Mrs. Perruie. the mother of .Mrs. Cleve- land hero. They will so lo Princeton n'coim of the news Princeton up to one it known to the imors coocernini; Hcmliers pf the of thrir father's tlfalh. News Flashed to Oyster Bay. Washington, .Iune unofficial notification of ilie death of Former President G rover Cleveland was flashed immediately to Oyster Hay for the information of President. Roosevelt. The Whit? House roceivod Its flratnows of his death from the Associate Press, Secretary of tlu? Treasury Uoorge B. Curlelyou, who the senior cabinet oflicer in Washing-toil at present is now acting head of ihe administration, the first word that came from Oyster Bay was insUtutional. which the secretary iinmctliatcly lit in to keep the small hoys from try- vromiilgnmatMl to all executive ilciiiirtmcnts to place their at half ,r unsutt- imasi. it is probable ihoy will (tins nmnttn for thirty days .n. June id genera] confirnifd that tlu1 Srst shot in yest the foot ot the motin (aina, tho surface of which is broken nuineron.t fresh water Ijikca an.l covered with rich of gram- ma, the mojit nutritious ot (Contlnutd On Thr ;