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Reno, Nev. Suffrage has un
doubtedly carried in Nevada.
Washington. Dep't of Agriculture
extended quarantine on cattle ship
ments to New York-and Maryland
because of spread of "foot .and
, Waukesha, Wis.v John Benson,
Boston, employe of Milwaukee FJec.
Railway Co., received electric shock
and 'fell 40 ft. Broken neck. Dead.
Quebec Shoe manufacturing
plant of Gale Bros, was destroyed by
fire. Other buildings damaged.
Feared number of employes may
have been burned to death.
Mandan, N. D. Two farmer miss
ing, Nal Smith in hospital and 500
square miles in Morton and Sioux
counties are, waste, following prairie
fire. Loss $200,000.
London The Duke of Buccleuch,
one of the richest and most promi
nent of Scottish Duke's,' dead.,,
Janesville, Wis. The "foot and
mouth" disease has made its appear
ance in Wisconsin; 60 cattle ordered
shot. They will be buried in a deep
trench and the bodies will be de
stroyed by quicklime, Chester Miller
received the cattle from the Union
Stock Yards, Chicago.
THE MEXICAN SITUATION.
El Paso, Tex., Nov. 5. The Aguas
Callentes peace conference has de
clared Venustiano Carranza an en
emy to the peace of Mexico and in
rebellion against Gen. Eulalio Guiter
rez, the provisional prsident, accord
ing to dispatches. The messages
said tie action met with tremendous
applause and that delegates cheered
Gen. Francisco Villa wildly and
shouted, "Death to Carranza."
Gen. Obregon, the dispatches say?
has been under arrest, but escaped.
The convention has formally ordered
Villa's army to move against Carran
za, according to report.
Fighting between Carranza and
Villa armies reported in progress 'be
low Aguas Calientes. Villa has an
nounced that he intends to push the
campaign straight to Mexico City,
where he will install Gen. Gutierrez
as provisional president.
CHICAGO GRAIN. Wheat dipped
and then became firm. Corn and
oats lower. Provisions higher.
o o ,
.Roger Sullivan will', probably run
for mayor, it was announced today
4 PESSMIST S 7H&
Never neglect a cough. It may
mean much or little. A slight cough
that is more noticeable in the morn
ing is of more serious import than
are many of the disagreeable rat
tlers so common in the cold weather.
The former may indicate hte early
stage of consumption.
Persistent hoarseness is also sug
gestive of one of the most serious
forms' of that affection. AH these
symptoms demand' prompt attention,
from the physician.
Fair tonight and probably Fjday;
continued mild temperature; 'gentle
variable winds. Temperature Wed
nesday; 'Highest 60;'Iowest 40.