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MEXIUICAN REBELS TRYING TO CAPTURE GUAYMAS
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TWO MINISTERS TO BE AMBASSADORS
V. Garrett, the Amerlicas alster to Argeatina (right), and Dr.
ea.e the Argemtte ulniaster to the United States (left), ae to be
the rank of embetsdor by their respective Peveramemts. The ad
ill to rase the United States legation at Buemos Ayrem o the
Sembass has bees. otroduced It the semate by Senator Ehlvely of
Saes time ago the Argentine govermeat Intimated that It was Its
levate Its own diplopiatle representative In that way. In Mr. Gal
It has been urged that the poet of livtng In the South American
r great a to make the alary of a minister quite nadequate. Be
ervies has beeU of uch quality as to receive the commendation
VINCENT ASTOR WILL BE MARRIED
's church at Staatahbrg. N. Y, where Vianent Astor, the
of Noew York ity, will marry theo besutiul Mim ele
acme time this prin. The ioset shows Rev. Dr. Dunan. who
at the weddin.
Is Cemree Arae.
1$ concrte marche wer
ams ago. Today ther
at 10,000. The coI r et
s* eacrt sb tad X
MUM" I Is p b.
Whe EggsI Wore High In sbyofel,
"And you's .ts gra.U!" sa the
yugaath.tle b~utad . a
"Sh-h"" retrm nd NeaWbamear.
"That's the story I gve ot. But the
trth Is that I think thu,* Is a
he's .t so. e ot he a the
Rather than give up the principles
which he prles more than everything
else, William OGibon, the econud Baron
Ashbourue, who takes his seat in the
Bnghish house of lords, dressed In the
Irish costume which he loves so well.
has lost an Inheritance of $460,000.
His father, the late Baron Ashbourne,
a noted Unioalst leader, left this
princely fortune to the brother of the
preent lord because of the older son's
refusal to give up the Nationalist prin.
eiples. Lord Ashbourne wears the an
cient Irish dress, speaks the Irish lan
guage and Is a convert to Catholicism.
MISS MARCIA MURDOCK
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Miss Murdoek Is the debutant
isagter o Coer'man au n 'd rs
Victor Murdock o K ss She hoas
her ~tthers abeurn hair and Is gen
erally comeeded to be one o the pret
tst grls tI Washlatom.
T~h is em great drawback which
will always exist to the srwvle by
Vours 0c jrles."
"What 1 that"
"Th ea't lan sokr while wall
tog s the emN ebtethianm uer to
,e ear t~oh maLgm."
OPENING NEW TROLLEY LINE WITH SACRIFICE
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The first electric street railway in Constantinople was opened recently with the ancient ceremony of the sac
rifice of lambs, as shown in the photograph. Across the tracks two lambs were placed, and after the customary
prayers of the Mohammedans they were killed on the spot, the rails were smeared with the warm blood, and prayers
iInvoking the blessings of Allah on the new line were offered.
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MEDAL FOR COL GOETHALS
This is the medal presented to Col.
George Goethals, chief engineer of the
Panama Canal. by the Civic Forum of
New York at Carnegie hall in the
presence of a great gathering of dis
MRS. ROBERT BALFOUR
The beautiful Mrs. Robert Balfour
granddaughter of the late duke of
Cambridge and cousin to Queen Mary,
is the mother of the lucky youngster
at whose christening a few days ago
in the Chapel Royal, Savoy, the queen
acted as godmother. The godfathers
. Ere Admiral Sir Adolphus Pitageorge
and CoL Augustus Fitageorge.
How He Proposed.
It was rainy and hardly the proper
Surday afternoon for a walk. but
they were determined, for they were
young aLd unmarried and liked ad
veature. All went well until they
appeached a new addition which had
Just been laid out.
While they walked slowly along an
enterprisaing real estate man came to
ward them with the greeting, "Don't
you want to buy a lot today?"
"Why. what would weo do with It?'
she ntaocently asked.
"Bull a houoe, ot core," said the
reel e te: mon.
"Yes but we're met mvri-"
"No but we might bel" blurted the
yeoth ts he mode casem with his
toeer bhe m.
* Ad that w Ml Daeume
The lot mw il
WASHINGTON TO GET THE CONSTELLATION
The 7. 8. 8. Constellation, the se.ond ship built by the United States
navy, will probably be taken to Washington and anchored in the tidal bastn
in Potomac park near the statuo of Admiral John Paul Jones, where it will
be seen by the thousands of tourists who swarm to the national espital. Rear
Admiral Victor Blue started the movement to bring the historic old fighting
craft from Newport, and the house naval affairs committee reported on it
favorably. The white oak sides of the old vessel hold the lead of the Prench,
with whom she grappled in 1798; of the pirates she fought in the Tripolitan
war, of the British gunboats in 1812 and of the fighting craft of the Con
JOHN D. GOES TO POCANTICO HILLS
John D. Rockefeller about to enter his automobile at New York on his
way to his home at Pocantico Hills with his invalid wife. Whether or not
he will escape the Income 4ta levied against him in Cleveland by claiming
residence in New York state is a question of interest to many other mil
Somewhat Peeved at Defeat
French electors occasionally have
some home truths thrown at them by
candidates who faill to secure enough
votes. At the last general election M.
Albert Norman. a chemist and drug
gist, who was a candidate for deputy
from Montague, received only six
votes and Issued an address, thanklng
"the six electors who showed their
confdence in me. They mz the only
solvent eitises in the coastituency,
and I beg to assure them of my es
teem. As for the others. I hereby
give them notice that n future all
attempts to obtain credit at my estab
lishment will be relentlessly refused.
During the last nine years they have
robbed me of about ,000 franes In bad
debts, which I have taken . steps to
recover. Yet when an opportunity
is afsoree of showing their apreesI
ise at my lsmesm I amet wh ith
bsset pshle ia'"
Radium in Treatment for Cancer.
Sir Alfred Pearce Gould, referring
to the use of radium in the treatment
of cancer, observes: "In radium we
have an agent that In many cases can
be used for treatment of cancer with
great hope of success. The selective
action of radium upon cancer cells
marks it out from all other known
remedies, but experience also shows
that it would be gross exaggeration
to speak glibly of radium as a cure
for cancer in the sense that it will
deal with any and every case of this
Makes a Diffeenee.
It took a lawyer In a New Jersey
court the other day 3,000 words to ask
a question, and a doctor needed only
the monosyllable "No" to answer It.
But the question may have taken an
hbea to Igrer and the uaswer tea
BRAE DEEDS Wlh?
SISTER OF VIl!
Locomotive Engineer's Exploit i
Mexican Bull Ring Was
COMES TO NEBRASIUI
How American Railroad Man l'
Honors for Sake of Mesie
Rebel's Sister - Hero-H
Killed Soon After Wedding.
Lyle, Kas.--low an American ral
road engineer, living in Mexico, Mt
tered the bull ring and won hon=,
for the sake of the little sister c
Gen. Pancho Villa, the leader of thl
Mexican ri bela. and afterwards ma'
ri,,l the girl. is being told by th
•waan her-elf. Mrs. Ursula Villa Wia!
gins,. who is laspending the winter al
the home of her father-in-law. Va
l \\'ig lils, a farmer, just across tb'
state line' inl Ntebraska.
'lh,, Me;xican: i ars is attending tb.
L.yl ditri't schliool and is taking
special course in the English lat
guag. . She ;:s young, scarcely tweet
years olut. :ad w\as attending scbba
ill the' old ttA It of Santa Ilarbar
whent ahel met the American, fell i
love w\ith him at d married him witbi
a month. She takes the greatest hi
terest in reading in the Amer
new'spapaers the accounts of the vi
tories gained by her brother.
laughs at many wild stories told
"He. not that kind of man."
vehemently says. when there is
story of Villa's killing prisoners.
good man. He going drive H
out Mexico, and then I go hom
Mrs. Wiggins came to this ceo
last summer when the revols
reached such proportions that it
unsafe for women of any factioe
remain either in the country or t
towns. At that time GeneraI
sent his little sister to the
under guard of a heavy escort.
father-in-law, Van i. Wiggins.
her there and brought her to his
near Lebanon. Neb., where she
remain until Mexico Is pailfed.
"Tree years ago I goiag smstm
Santa Barbara." said Mrs. W
"My home is hs Sojovangsm
my father was postmuaster twenty
years. Then he o blined and ma
ter become postmaster listead.
ovangen is up in the miaoustali I
miles from Santa Barbra.
"Near the school were the
tracks. Trains pass there aM
time. The school girls always
shut in by high walls. but the
tracks were high. and we eeeld
patssengers In the cars.
"There was one t
American. He went by every
He always smiled at me. Them
the big faests. For three days
were bull fights and games AM
young men took part
"The first day of the festa I
a laugh and there was the Mi A
can from the engine. He easr
wanted to talk to me. He lasi
Mexican. Put I said: 'No. TYa
go In the arena and show yes br
"Next day when the yeoag
entered the ring to tease the barll.
American was there. He was
horse. Just like Mexican young
Nobody there could ride like be
None went close" to bull like A
can. None could throw lariat like
could. Everybody clap hands at
and he win big prtze. Then he
straight to me. One month later
The big American locomotive
neer was Frank Wiggins. After
wedding Wiggins and his bride
down in Snta lBarbara. For t
year. all was well. l:ut a year
the air on his locomotive refused
work at a curve, and his trali ca
crashing down in a canos. F
days were required to recover
body of the American engineer.
"'Dead Image of Tait"
Philadelphii --"You're a dead
of Taft," a drug clerk told the as
ident as he purchased a shaving
"Don't emphasize the dead past a
so," Taft replied.
Asked for Meal; Called Cep
by her husband, Mrs. Jolhn
pleaded for "one more quare mealo
Instead of hiking for a resta-rat
called the pollee.
Mrs. Pickerel Bitten.
SChicago. -- "Fisherman's des
SMrs. R. T. Plekerel when she wet
I market to buy ash," read a pollee
ter entr the other day.