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I MEXICO WILL LEAD
REPORT Oi? COALITION FORMING
TO RESIST ALLEGED AGGRES
SION OF UNITED STATE8.
Latin American Fear Establishment
of Protectorate Over Central and
( I v South America Which Will Be
W Distasteful to Republics.
El P.iro, Tex. Mexico Is preparing
.1 to head the general South American
coalition to resist aggression on the
part of the United States and to pre
vent too much interference with
South and Central American affairs
by the Washington government. While
this would probably be officially de
nied by the Mexican government, It
was learned here on Saturday on high
authority that the mission of Senor
Enrique Creel In Washington was not
o much to represent Mexico in the
NIcaraguan mixup as to consult with
Central and South American repre
sentatives in Washington with a view
to concerted action for the establish
ment of a Monroe doctrine of their
own, alined against the United
That Mexico, in common with all
Latin America, is alarmed over all the
tone of nggresslon presumed by the
United States in dealing with Nic
aragua. Venezuela and Chili iu rMMt
controversies is certain.
Naturally Mexicans hate and fear
Americans and feeling that it will bo
only a matter of time when Mexico
hersetf may be called sharply to time
has intensified this feeling.
Right or wrong, Latin Americans
feel that there is a growing tendency
at Washington to establish a protec
torate over Central and some parts of
South America which will place the
republics in the same position as
President Diaz has become con
vinced that Mexico, by reason of her
geographical position, her wealth and
population, must place herself at the
head of this government. It is stated
that already Diaz has assurances of
hearty support of practically all Latin
America and plans have been quietly
and unofficially placed before the
principal European nations and he has
been assured of their moral rapport
That the United States may be
called on to face a united Latin
America in case of further attempt
to interfere with Latin American in
ternal affairs is regarded as certain,
and It is probable that this coalition
will have the backing of Germany at
Jk ' N least.
I .. FLOODS IN CALIFORNIA.
Railroads Suffer Serious Losses While
Some of the Residents Have
Los Angeles. After being isolated
for forty-eight hours, as the result of
a heavy rainstorm of four days' dura
tion, partial communication again is
istabllshed between Los Angeles and
the outside world. There Is still much
concern felt by officials of the three
transcontinental railroads reaching
this city. Two long stretches of road
bed are washed away between Los
Angeles and San Bernardino on the
route used jointly by the Salt Lake
and Santa Fe.
Twelve persons, who had been
marooned on a narrow strip of land
between two branches of the Santa
Ana river near Downey all nfght,
when the river cut them off from es
cape, were rescued early Sunday
morning by members of the Venice
MORSE DENOUNCES COURT.
Convicted Banker Issues Statement
as He Starts for Prison.
New York. With a supreme effort
to be cheerful, but with emotion occa
sionally getting the better of him,
Charles W. Morse left New York Sun
day to begin a fifteen years' sentence
In the federal prison at Atlanta, Oa.,
for violation of the national banking
Before leaving the Tombs, where he
had been confined for the greater part
of the last year, Morse received his
wife and two sons and then the
newspaper men. He was too affected
to say anything, but handed out a
carefully prepared statement In which
"I am going to Atlanta to begin
penal servitude under the most
brutal sentence ever pronounced
against a citizen in a civilized country."
Prehistoric Animals in Utah.
Pittsburg, Pa. The director of the
j M Carnegie museum hsa announced the
fa? ' V discovery in Utah by a Carnegie ex
ploring party, of 'he bones of three
specimens of the souropod dinosaur.
' There la every reason to believe these
specimens of the giant dinosaur are
older than the" famous diplodolu on
' exhibition here. A detailed account of
the discovery la being prepared.
BANK ROBBERS WERE TRAPPED
Two Killed, One Wounded and Two
In Jail as Result of Plans Being
Oklahoma City, Okla. Five men
who Intended to rob the three banks
and the postofTlce at Harrah, Okla.,
early Friday ran into a trap set by
United Stntes Marshal "Jack" Aber
nathy. As a result two bandits are
dead, one in jail at Guthrie, wounded,
and two suspects are In Jail here.
Frank Quigg was shot down in a
fight with the posse and instantly
killed. He lived at Atchison, Kan.,
and was the son of a wealthy mother.
Frank Carpenter, another robber, was
wounded in the fight, and died in Jail
here. J. C. Dltbeck, the third bandit,
was only slightly hurt.
The robbery was well planned, but
Carpenter made the mistake of tell
ing a number of people of the plot. Tn
this way postoRlce inspectors learned
of the affair.
Marshal Anernarthy was notified,
and when the robbers readied the
bank he was ready for them. The
posse caught the men in tho act of
breaking into th re-ir door of the
Harrah State bank. The robbers ran
and the deputies fired, wounding Car
penter and Dltbeck at the first vol
ley. Quigg snapped his revolver, but
before he could return the fire he was
killed by a rifle ball.
RAILWAY CARS CAUGHT FIRE.
Terrible Disaster Caused by Spread
Trenton, Mo. Three people, two of
them women, were killed and forty
three were injured, three seriously,
when Rock Island passenger train
No. 3, the California special, west
bound from Chicago, was wrecked
two miles south of here at 8:30 o'clock
The cause of the wreck is un
known, although it is believed to
have been caused by spreading rails.
While the train was running at a high
speed, the engine and tender left the
track nnd plunged over a five-foot em
bankment. They were followed by
two baggage cars, a mail car, a tourist
and a Pullman sleeper. Of the entire
train only a sleeper and observation
car remained on the track. The cars
caught fire and a number of the in
jured are suffering from burns.
TAFT GREETS THOUSANDS.
Receives Long Line of Visitors on
New Year's Day.
Washington. President and Mrs.
Taft held their New Year's levee at
the White House on Saturday. Al
though Mrs. Taft has not yet re
gained her full strength and seemed
rather pale in a gown of white silk,
she carried out her original intentio
of remaining in the receiving line ui'
til the members of the cabinet, the
foreign ambassadors, members of
their households, and the Justices of
the supreme court had paid their re
spects. At the end of twenty min
utes, Mrs. Taft retired.
Tho reception began at 11 a. m. and
ended at 1:55 p. m. In the two hours
and fifty-five minutes he held his posi
tion at the portal of the famous blue
room, President Taft shook hands
With 5,575 people.
Lived Five Weeks With Bullet in His
St. Joseph, Mo. After living for
more than five weeks with a bullet In
his heart, Francis Drysdale, 21 years
old, died Friday night. Attending
physicians were astounded, as the
wound had healed over, and recovery
seemed assured. A delicate operation
had been performed on Drysdale, a
rib being removed and a hole In his
heart closed. The bullet was not
removed, as the physicians feared
death would follow any attempt to
probe for it.
Aiding the Farmer.
Washington. The United States
government is spending $18,000,000 a
year on experimental work looking
to increasing the yield and efficiency
of the farms of the United States.
This money is not expended in fool
ish experiments, but all Investigations
are made under personal supervision
of experienced departmental heads.
Secretary Wilson is a practical man
and requires results, from all lines of
investigation. Every avenue of trade
is covered because the farmer is
largely dependent upon them for his
success. His prosperity ultimately
brings profitable results In all other
lines of business.
North Idaho Timber Cases.
Boise, La. The Kettenbach con
spiracy and perjury cases of north
Idaho, wherein William F. Kettenbach
of Lewiston, Kester and others are
charged with defrauding the govern
ment out of valuable timber lands, will
be tried in BolBe, commencing Febru
ary 15, Judge Frank S. Dietrich hav
ing granted the motion for a change
of venue from Moscow and deslgnat
ing Boise, as the. place for holding
A LITTLE COLD.
He caught a little cold
That was all.
So the neighbors sadly said.
As they gathered round his bed.
When they heard that he was dead.
He caught a little cold
That was all. (Puck.)
Neglect of a cough or cold often
leads to serious trouble. To break up
cold in twenty-four hours nnd cure
any cough that Is curable mix two j
ounces of Glycerine, a half-ounce of
Virgin Oil of Pine compound pure nnd
tight ounces of pure Whisky. Take a
teaspoonful every four hours. You can
buy these at any good drug store and
easily mix them in a large bottle.
"Can you lend me half a dollar?"
"Sorn, I've only a quarter, and I
want that to get my hair cut."
"Good. Give it to me and I'll cut
BOY TORTURED BY ECZEMA
"When my boy was six years old, he
suffered terribly with eczema. He
could neither sit still nor lie quietly in
bed, for the itching was dreadful. He
would irritate spots by scratching
with his nails and that only made
them worse. A doctor treated him
and we tried almost everything, but
the eczema neemed to spread. It
started in a small place on the lower
extremities and spread for two years
until It very nearly covered the back
part of his leg to the knee.
"Finally I got Cutleura Soap, Cutl
cura Ointment and Cuticura Pills and
gave them according to directions. 1
used them in the morning nnd that
evening, before I put my boy to bed,
I used them again and the Improve
ment even in those few hours was sur
prising, the inflammation seemed to
be so much less. I used two boxes of
Cuticura Ointment, the same of the
Pills and the Soap and my boy was
cured. My son is now in his sev
enteenth year and he has never had
a return of the eczema.
"I took care of a friend's child that
had eczema on its face and limbs and
I used the Cuticura Soap and Ointment.
They acted on the child just as they
did on my son and it has never re
turned. I would recommend tho Cuti
cura Remedies to anyone. Mrs. A. J.
Cochran, 1823 Columbia Ave., Phila
delphia, Pa., Oct. 20, 1909."
Coals of Fire.
One Christmas evening a Sunday
school pupil appeared at church, only
to be surrounded immediately by a
number of deriding playmates.
"She's wearing her sister's coat!"
"And she's got her brother's gloves
on!" cried another.
"Yes," trat the retort that tunnel
the tide of ridicule, "and I came with
my mother's blessing." Judge.
Provided for Newsboys.
Mrs. William Waldorf Astor provid
ed In her will that the newsboys of
New York should have a Thanksgiv
ing dinner, as thev have had at. the
expense of the Astor family for halt
a century. This year at least 2,000
newsboys were on hand, the afternoon
papers having suspended work, thus
giving the little fellows a holiday.
A Dye That Will Color any Fabric.
Mrs. Adam Herbeson writes, "I have
used Dyola and find It superior to any
other package dye I have ever tried,
as the same package colors wool, cot
ton, silk and mixed goods perfectly."
Dyola Dyes come in 16 fast brilliant
colors. 10 cen'B per package at your
dealer's. Write Dyola. Burlington,
Vt., for color card and book of direc
tions sent free.
Borroughs Mr. Merchant's out, you
say? Why, he had an appointment
with me here. That's very funny.
New Office Boy -Yes, sir; I guess
ho thought it was, too. Any ways he
was laughin' when he went out.
Catholic Standard and Times.
This Will Interest Mother.
Mother (iruy'u Sweet Puwdrrs for Children,
cure Ft-vTlkhneaR, Headache, Hud Stomach,
TeetbliiK Disorders', Befrulute the lioweU und
Deatroy Worms. They break up c-oldu in 2t
hours. IM' :i .,aui to take, and hurmlcsH at milk.
They never tall. At all DtukkIhih, 'm. Sample
mailed KKKK. AddrcsH, Allen H. Olmsted,
U Koy, N. Y.
Of a Later Date.
Bess That's a quaint ring you are
wearing. It is an heirloom?
Tess Well, it dates from the Conquest.
BUILT UP GREAT BUSINESS!
Frederick Mayer Boot and Shoe Com
pany a Monument to German
Thrift and Industry.
Tlint the key to real beehMSS MMM is
of. en based on n sound principle, rather
than money, ih Deal Illustrated by the re
production of the follow inn biographkml
sketch ol Im-c.Iciu u Mayer, founder of the
!'. Mayer Hoot & Shoe Company, repro
duced from nn iasus of the (Jcinian
American National Alliance:
Frederick Mayer, f under of the fnc
toricn nt Milwaukee and Scuttle now In-iir-inu
Iiim name, came to thin country from
Nicrn-dcin, neasen Darmstadt, in Hay,
1801, nod Immediately proceeded to ntilwau
i.ee, Wisconsin, where he entered the cm
ploy of It. Suliiit an a journeyman hIioc
in.ik.or. The Bpirit that prompted him to aeek
his fortune in the new world was coon
responsible for another change, and In 1W2,
a year later, he embarked in business on
hiit own accord, making, boots and shoes to
outer ;ih only :i (Jernian apprenticed arte -sin
know how. Bubsequenth s stock ol
(roods was parried and retail business con
ducted until IM0, when the lnnnut'.n t me of
shoes was engaged in at wholesale to the
In ISOO the busineea wns well established,
the foundation lirmly laid and the policy
well determined, From thai time on the
growth wns more rapid. The capacity of
the present Mayer factories ;it Milwaukee
and Scuttle is !).inN) pair per day, giving nn
ploMnc.it to an array of people, paying an
nually over six 1 inndi i d 1 1 1 oil s.tn i dollars in
wages, and employing sixty-five salesmen
who travel 24' states in the mleiest of
M u cr shoes,
(Frederick Mayer died on March 10. 1M3.
after building up a large and successful
business, lie is succeeded by his sons,
Qeorrn P. Mayer. Fred J. Mayer and Adam
.1. Mayer, who. by rigidly maintaining the
policy of the founder, have succeeded in
Bringing the business nn to its present
magnitude, where it stands iis a monument
of German thrift and industry.
Child of the Press.
Mrs. Cynthia Wesiover Ahlon was
the founder Of the International Sun
shine society, which Is now said to
have a membership of 8,600.900. she
is president general of the society,
Whtota w, is christened with 18 spon
sors iu New York city at Christmas,
1S0G. It has been culled the child of
the press, Mrs. Alden being connected
with a New York paper.
We onr One Htindrrd Dollars Reward for ny
cue nt intarrh that cannot bo cured by Hall's
F. J. CIII'M'.Y A CO.. TolMlo, O.
Wr. the undcrnhtnrd, nine known K I. ''lienor
tor the laat 15 rSMSa and believe him norfortly hon
orable In all bmliieaa tiui suftlona und nnnnnully
able to carry out any ubllvioiong made by bin firm.
Waluimo. Kinnan A Maiivim.
Wholesale DrtiKclxta, Toledo. O.
Hall's Citarrh Cure la eiken Internally, acting
direct Iv upon the blood nnd mucous aurfarca o( the
ayalein. '1-atlmnnliiln win tr.e. l'rlre 70 cents pet
bottle. Sold by all UruvL'lata.
'lake Ilall'a Family rills (or constipation.
Restrained by Politeness.
"Prisoner, have you any reasons to
present why the sentence of the court
should not be pronounced upon you.'
"No, your honor. I feel as If I
Should like to say a few words about
the defense my lawyer put up for me,
but there are ladles present; you c;in
i ahead with the rtntencc, your
Those who claim that a woman
isn't so apt to indulge in crooked
work as a man evidently never saw
a woman try to drive a nail.
Quick as Wink.
If your eves ache with a smart inn, burn
ins sensation use PBTTIJ'S EYE SALVE.
All druggists O! Howard Bros., Buffalo, N. Y.
Wine and women luny be alike, in
some respects, but ape improves wine.-
Pll.r.S OOBED IN TO 14 DAYS.
I7.l OIN I'VIINT laguarantt rd to cure any case '
ol It. hoik' lllllid. III. ..hi k or I',, t ing I'il,., in
lito II diij si.i- uioney refunded. fiUu.
The best of plans fall out, and the
best of friends get married.
IIAKKIXl, HACKING, KANI'INO (. II
cm be broken up ontcslji by Allen h I. unit Ibils.im.
Toil old, reliable reined) has beset aula for over
IU years. Ask your druggist about It.
Remember I hat a sound argument
doesn't mean loud talk.
Mrs. Wtiiatow's Soothing; svnip.
For chlMren teethttuti softens tho gum, reduce In
flammation, allaya pain, cures wind collu 25c a buttle. '
When you can't tell the truah, don't
tell anything. I
Tuberculosis Death Kates. M
The death rate from tnbireulostln I ftgftl
among nun employed In OCCMpaUOSBB ; gfl
exposed to municipal nnd general or- Jr
ganlc or street dust Is higher than i
among other employed males, e.ecord- I
log to a recent bulletin of the bureau 1
of labor of the department of com- 1
merce nnd labor. The percentage of ! ,
deaths from consuinpt ion unions; j
mail's exposed to ornanlc dust Is 23, 1
while the percentage for all maltha j
in the registration area Is IIS. The if
nercentage of deaths from tuberculo-
sis among workers exposed to metuW 5
He diiBt Is very much higher. '
The Homebody What's the I nidus- ' I
try In New York, nenr ns ye could I
ledge. Agner? I
The Traveled Man Steppln' lively. M
I reckon- Puck. I
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wJIkisnyrC a m-Aml I ggga
Make the Liver II
Do its Duty II
Nine timet in ten when the liver U right the) Kanai
stomach and bowela are right igagl
CARTER'S LITTLE ?"'SK ggfl
LIVER PILLS Ry.Tv jH
genlly hut firmly comSfl WglLp- . 7Sp tggl
pel a lazy liver to ggj gg' rAIYrcn'CI lannnl
?o it. duty. M rtARTElo H
Cure Con- AS Wf' Vi'Jf'trf H
stipation, ydSfi foi' 4 IV ER M
Iudiges-0MsnW j PILLS.
Headache, and Distress after Eating;. H
Small Pill. Small De, Small Prica M
GENUINE must bear lignniurr.-. -JH
A Clean Face Will be a Habit
NO STROPPING NO HONING 1
KNOWN THE WORLD OVKR H
Save the voles in all klnda of wcithcr. Singer an4 kggga
public apc.tkcra ilnii them invaluable for clearing tha
vole. There 1 nothing to elective for Sort Throat, kH
yutracncu and CoiwIji. Fifty ycara' reputation. gH
f rice, 25 ccnta, SO cents and $1.00 per box. H
Samplca mailed on request. gggSg
JOHN I. BkOWN & SON, Pnton. Mat.. M
gggggggwjfl HAIR BALSAM jH
. a'A '-.HCIeinevf and twiiii tJio l-utr. IH
LegHgL vH 1'roinoteM ft ltmmaii. growth.
.H Never Vails to Hftoro Oregy H
Mettrik, nH I llKlr to 1,fl V''n nr.ii cm. ifiH
K?TllvG a-MaLvH UJ" K''P (llWWt A ' KIT fsUi.Ug. 1
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HOWARD E. BURTON, A8i'Hy?f.ND I
SpiM'tiiiiii prliua: (JplU, hiivi-r, I.t'u'1, I; floUS,
Bllv.'r. 7.V , CiuM, ftOc, El DO or Copper, fl Mailing M
iMivfl.iiH'K iiml full prtrA list Arm on itpi'li. .i'Ioh,
Conlrvi und nini-itc work pllr.ttfd. I i-utUUt.
Col. KM. rwnt'H. (Jurbunat Natluiml Hun. B
RAW FUttt HIDES AN0 PFLTS
llMwf lUlsO Wrltu for uiute
prise tn i.'iga. gVH
1 1 ii. !' ' nn-. paid and taU ifastoi v ruiurna. BgBS
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W. N. U., Salt Lake City, No. 2-1910. M
Welcome Words to Women 4 X I
Women who suffer with disorders peculiar to their H Ea sbIbI
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advice of a physician of over 40 years' experience V jt VAfJ
a skilled nid successful specialist iu the diseases ,''-' aS
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Confidential. Many sensitively modest women write "', hB 'air fagggl
fully to Dr. Pierce what they would shrink from fc jr''" ga!
telling to their local physician. The local physician 0 SHaeV ' t gggsl
is pretty sure to say that he cannot do anything HitUtlJ H
without "an examination." Dr. Pierce Is thai ggUaw.. Jgrnjln ' ggggl
these distasteful examinations are generally need- WU
less, and that no woman, except in rare oases, should submit to them. VaVJ
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PUTNAM FADELESS DYES I
Color morn Jr.MeMene)tatsr colors than an, other Je. 0ns lev pseksos colors sll libers. Thou Jm In cold water better than am other de. Vow can ere gggfl
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