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NEWS OF THE WEEK
Most Important Happenings of the Past Seven Days. IntrrMtlnc Item* (inthrrrd from \1] part* of the World Co ndeuaed Into Small Spare for the Benefit of Our Header*. Personal. David M. James, a citizen of Anita, la., who is 90 years of age, lias brought suit for divorce from his wife Marie, who is yet in her teens. George A. Fuller, nominated by the New York Independence League for state treasurer, has declined to run. After devoting a life time to the study of leprosy. Eugene H Plum arher, A pier lean consul at Maracailio, Venezuela, has made art exhaustive re port to the state department in which he states his conviction that the dis- , ease Is not contagious, and where proper food is supplied to the patient, is curable. Alva Adams, of Pueblo, has been re nominated for governor of Colorado by the state democratic convention Mrs. Sarah P.oatman. a wealthy widow of Chicago. - he. n return .1 missing by her family and foul pla> is feared. Judge .1 H M.ixcy. of Shawnee, has the distinction of being the first non. lnee to the ron.stitution.il «i<nv«-»ition for Oklahoma. \Y A S Hi id. of Kan - has been elected president «>f :t,.- • i. I coun cil of the Improved < >r i.-r of K< dm«*:i. Senator I)ick won hi** ' i:h’ for the chairmanship of the • •! • rej-uioban state committee, m m con vention held in Ohio n i - ut years. Capt Fust;..- H I! :• ’ has been api*olnted I a \ :i. • ■ g* .. of the navy |»v the p-e t .rtf Col Culver C Sniff* n ha been ap point'd p.iyma-rr; g.-ner. l of the army to su<■< '- I Gen Do-!r<- ’• Hr i \Yll!l..m J Hrv.'.n w p*ak at Kansas C:t\. M- S< ;»t'inb*r J‘» William J Hryan n • dous ovation .it St !>■ ils recently where he addn 1 12 - 1 pci «»ns in the Coliseum Gov Cobb an 1 R« pr« sent alive Ut tlefleid wrrr each r«* eb-cted in Main' by greatly t. 'lut cd plurallM* I tent C.I II II C Corbin has been retired, havit rcai bed the age limit of t;« years C,c;i Corbin entered the army as u second lieutenant In l^' 1 ’ Mrs Kliznhcth lilalr I-eo. wb Rear Admiral S I* !>■«• died at b r Spring Md re.entlv She was a *l»- tet t«» Montgomery and Gen. Francis V lilalr M K Hufr. a well-known grain deal- ( er with Interests In omnlia and Kan sas City. Is dead at h:s home In Ne braska City. Neb Dnvld K Francis and 1. D Do.-ier. who . re in F top. to present Worlds fair medal* ?<> foreign monarch*, a re« •*r» d in audb nee recently by King Frederick, of Denmark Mrs M.irv A Hlgly. mother of Mrs. C.o-ie I. Chadwick, now In the Ohio penitentiary on a charge of bunk wrecking. died recently at her borne In Woodstock, ont. ItUrrlltnrnn*. Attorney General Moody has brought sitlt In the federal courts to recover lands in I'tah held by the Ftah Fuel company. alleging that the lands w ere secured ft and ub nt ly. A sea of semi Ibjuid mud. sand and stones swept down upon the town ship of Kwarell In the district of Telnw In the Caucasus, bury lug 255 persons alive Tyro. Kansas, has n contract for natural gas at two cents a thousand which Is believed to be the cheapest on record All peace negotiations have been suspended In Cuba and what prac | tlcallv amounts to martial law has been proclaimed by President Palma. The commissioner of the general j land office has decided to Invite i sealed bids for the lands comprised i In the famous big pasture in Okla- Inuna of which ’.hero uio about 5ou. ; 000 acres. Mon 1 than a score of indictments have been returned by the grand Jury nt Chicago against Paul O. Slenslatul, president, and Henry W Herlng. cashier, of the wrecked Milwaukee Avenue State bank. In a harmonious ami enthusiastic | convention In New York the hide- I pendence league nominated a full 1 state ticket with William K. Hearst 1 at the head for governor. After electing officers and choosing Atlantic City. N J . as tin* next meet ing place, the national convention of Hon I loos in session at Oklahoma City. Ok . adjourned. A. C. Ramsey, of St. Louis, was elected smirk ot the universe. President Roosevelt has sent Sec retary Taft and Acting Secretary Ha con to Cuba to make a thorough in- t vestigatlou of the conditions and lend their Influence to a restoration of peace In the island. Seven trainmen were killed In a colli sion of two freight trains on tho Western Atlantic railroad at Rltigold, Ga.. rocently. Railroad accidents of all kinds re sulted In 1.12(1 deaths and Injuries to 17,170 persons In tho first three months of 190(1. The United States cruiser Denver has arrived at Havana for the pur pose of protecting American Interests In Culm should occasion arise. Tho Union Oil company of San Francisco has completed Its pipe lino across the Isthmus of Panama. There is a movement on foot In Jamaica to form a food reform com mittee, in order to get the people to develope the agricultural resources of the colony and discontinue the im portation of corn, peas and other foodst tiffs A Santa Fe passenger train went into the ditch near Lewis, Kan., and one mail clerk was killed and two in jured. Several other persons were hurt, hut not seriously. At Kushville, Ind . three men were killed by coming into contact with a barbed wire fence that had been ac cidentally charged with electricity from the plant of a traction company. Secretary Bomiparte has ordered a i court martial for Capt. Comly and Lieut I’ressy of the cruiser Alabama for neglect of duty. James F Devlin, a fireman on a railroad at Escanaba. Mich., has re ceived $1*75.000 for a patent steam turbine marine engine. The North German Lloyd Steamship company was the purchaser. Ten persons in tlm° different fam ilies of Kalamazoo. Mich., were pois oned r.'ently by eating dried beef. The World's Homeopathic congress held a well-attended session at At lanta City. N J. recently. !.<•% ip Pulajanes recently made a night attack on the camp of a de •ai linicn: of the Twenty-fourth In fant ry, colored. and before being dri\*-n <,rf succeeded in killing two and wounding eight soldiers. Tin* Chicago grand jury has re turn* d Indictments against the di r*<tors of the wrecked Milwaukee .Venue .State bank, of which Paul O. S'* i. land was the president, charg n.:• embezzlement in various amounts. While engaged in robbing the Hotel Hamilton in Wichita, Kan , Joseph Fit/; itrick was shot and killed by a Inn kman who witnessed the affair from the street. It. tin- p.«>nage case now tsdng tried • Cape Girardeau. Mo. negro wit who w**re held by the Smith '.tinilv t**ll of the brutality <»f their • . * d employers who forced them • work under armed guards. The attempt to amend the constitu tion of the Improved Order of Ked v < n to exclude liquor dealers. saloOn k*«q>«rs and professional gamblers from the order was defeated. A tire in East St !>>uis destroyed a sales stable and the St Clair hotel. Thirty guests in the hotel escaped with cnly their night clothes. Thirty two mules w-re incinerated. In order to guard against any drunken demonstrations on Mexican lnd«‘|>endence day. September 10. the mayor cf ever> city throughout the country has been « rdered to close all saloons in his territory The steamer Prince Adalbert recent ly left Tangier. Morocco, having on 1 itoard Paul l) Stensland. president of the wrecked Milwaukee Avenue State j bank. Bobbers bro’ *■ into the bank of Akeley. Minn. recant1\ and succeeded in catrving nw;*v $1".' "O in currency. Lieut K K Treadwell, of the Phil ippine hi■<i’. 11 s h.is lM*»*n killed by Pula- I janes n« .ir P. irau. n V Joint conference of cattlenten's organ 1.'ations is to be held in Kan sas City or. Octol*er 9 to further the , c:uoe of reciprocity for the benefit of j the live stork industry, j The Cuban congress In special tea* •ion has granted President Palma ilie fullest authority and the Tree use of public funds in suppressing the present insurrection Attorney (b n* ral Hadley, of Mis sourl. has secured from H Clay Pb*rce an admission on the witness stand that the majority stock of the Waters-Pierce Oil company is ow ned by the Standard Oil company Two violent nnd seemingly distinct storms visited Johnson county. No , braska recently resulting In the death of four persons and the fatal Injury I to two others Much property was damaged One hundred and twenty sailors of the i tilted States cruiser Denver were landed in Havana recently for the purpose of protecting American citi zens and their property. Marines i from the gunboat Marietta were also landed at Clenfuegos After liming traveled around the * world a fugitive from Justice for nearly a year. Granville M Gwyn. former cashier of the bank of llaytf. Mo . who left a shortage of $17,021, lias returned and voluntarily given ; himself up to the authorities. The scientists of the agricultural I department have demonstrated that | there Is profit in making alcohol from the waste material of corn canneries. ! Fifteen gallons linvo been secured from a ton of eobs. After a protracted conference with Secretaries Taft and Bonaparte and I Acting Secretary of State Bacon Pres | blent Roosevelt has addressed a let ter to the* Gillian minister at Wash ington making known the policies of 1 the administration regarding the pres ent situation In the* Island. The pres ident says that unless the* Cubans Itn ( mediately show ability to maintain or , der the United States will be com pelled to take control under the j Platt amendment. During the unveiling of n statue to j the late President McKinley at Col ! limbus, ()., a panic among the 50.000 persons present, who crowded forward to get a view of Mrs. Nieholus I sing worth, wuh narrowly averted. The crush was so great that the afternoon exercises had to be positioned until evening. Judge William It. Day and Setihfor Daniel, of Virginia were the principal speakers. Another massaore of Jews has oo l currod In Russia, this time at Sled- I lec, whero 200 Hebrews were klllod I and 3,000 wounded. STEWART NAMED WILL BE THE CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR. W. H. GABBERT RENOMINATED Work of Republican Convention Com pleted—The Popular George W. Cook Named for Congressman-at-Large. Denver. —At 10:/0 o'clock Friday morning Chairman D. B. Fairiev called the convention to order. The Rev. J. P. Lucas of Fremont in voked the divine blessing. Nominations being in order for tem porary chairman. Fred W. Parks or Denver placed Congressman Franklin E. Brooks in nomination. Merle I). Vincent of Delta county nominated W. \V. Storv of Ouray. Richard Broad. Jr., seconded the nomination of Mr. Brooks. Frank D. ratlin seconded the nomi nation of Mr. Story. The roll was called and Mr. Br«>oks was elected by a vote of 034 to 240. Mr. Brooks spoke brefly of his de cision to retire from public life, and said ii" appreciated the loyal support which had been given him by f’.ie peo ple of the state. He also paid a trib ute tc State Chairman Fairley for the work he had done for the party dur ing the past five years. He then en tered upon an elaborate exposition of the ucord of the Republican party. He took occasion to eulogize the Speer Democracy in Denver, which he said stood for all that was good and progressive in the Democratic party. He defended the administration of Gov. n or McDonald, and asked the Re publicans to take no back talk on that issue. He said that whether the party w« nt to victory under the dogged Swede or the gallant Stewart, the one who was elected would have a hard time to equal the record of McDonald. Samuel H. Wood was elected tempo rary secretary, after which the usual committees on platform, rules, resolu tions and permanent organization were appointed : After a r* cess the convention met again it 3 p. m and the temporary or ganization was made permanent. The committee on resolutions not being leady »o rejnirt. nominations for govt ri.cr were taken up. R. i. Holland of HI I’aso county pre sent. <1 the name of Philip B Stewart of FI Paso county. Mr Stewart he said, had been a resident of Colo rado for ten years, and is a good citi z»• n and a true friend —a Coloradan who loves the state and who is in sym pathy with its jNM»ple. .1 i* Starkweather of Denver then took til.- |*atform. His randldate. he said, belonged to the common people. So di I Abraham Lincoln His Candi da! ••. h« said, had always run ahead of his ticket. He moved the nomination of John \ Holmberg of Denver. I N Stevens of Pueblo nominated George W. Swink. Mr. Stevens said his candidate was the one man who could uufeat Alva Adams, not only in this stale, but in his own county. There were numerous seconds to the several nominations. Roll call was ordered and the first ballot showed 55S votes for Stewar* 159 for Holmberg. 127 for Swink an 3> for Governor McDonald. Mr. Stewart having received a inn jority of the votes of th«* convention was declared the nominee of the eon vent ion for governor. Tlie ticket as completed Saturda> as folic ws: For Congressman at lairge—Georg \V Cook of Denver. For Governor—Philip B Stewart cf K1 P.u.o For Lieutenant Governor —E. R Harper of Gunnison. For Secretary of State —Tlmoth> O’Connor of Boulder. For Auditor—George D. Statler «*:’ Weld. For Treasurer —A. E Bent of Prow ers. For Attorney General —W. H. Dick son of Denver. For Superintendent of Public In struction —Katherine L. Craig of Jef ferso.i For Judges of the Supreme Court W li Gnbbert of Denver. Charles F Ca'wcll of Mesa Foi Regents of the State Cnivorsit Charles H Dudley of Denver. J C Hell of I .ns Animas. Chairman State Central Committee John F. Vivian of Jefferson. BONYNGE RENOMINATED By First District Reoublican Congrrs sional Convention. Denver. —The First district Remit' lican congressional convention met in the Albany hotel at 1 o’clock Frida > at to moon and nominated Robert Honynge ns congressman. Mr. Ron ynge had no opposition. (Jov. Jesse McDonald was chosen elialrman of the convention by nccla mutton, and 11. W. llannutn of Penvn was made socreteary in the snme nnnn I moils fashion. The convention proceeded to bust ness rapidly. J. M. Freeman of Ore.* ley nominating M. Honynge In a shot speech in which he said that through out Congressman Honynge's term at Washington he had given such tin l versal satisfaction that It was simple Justice to return him to his Important position. A seconding speech was made by Dr Minnie C. T. l«ove for the women. No other name was ldaced before the con volition and Mr. Bonynge’s nomination was unanimous. To Bar Diseased Stock. Denver. —Dr. C. C. l*nmh. the stnte veterinary surgeon, has been requested by the Colorado Cattle and Horse Growers* Association to draw up a plan which will prevent the Importation Into the stnte of diseased breeding stock Great numbers of cnttle and hogs have been Imported Into Colorado and the numbers Increase each year The Stnte Hoard of Btock Inspection of which Dr. Lamb Is at the head, will probably adopt rules for the close In spectlon of such cnttle and hogs, and thus keep out the dreaded tuberculo sis and hog cholera. Dr. I«nmh says that the board will do everything in its power to carry out tho scheme pro posed. TAFT GOING TO CUBA. President Roosevelt's Letter to Cuban Minister. Oyster Bay.—After a protracted in terview with Secretary of War Taft. Acting Secretary of State Bacon and Secretary of the Navy Bonaparte. President Roosevelt Friday night ad dressee; an important communication to Cuba and arranged to send Secre taries i aft and Bonaparte to that is land on Sunday to make a thorough in vestigii on of conditions there and lend th» ir influence to restore peace. Foil* wing is. in part. President Roosev.it ., letter: "Oyster Bay. Sept. 14. “M> If-ar Senor Quesada: In this crisis 'he affairs of the republic of Cuba. I write you, not merely because you at- h- minister of Cuba accred ited t t.i.s government, but because you ai. I with intimately drawn to gether a- the time when the United State?- rvened in the affairs of Cuba the result of making her an in<: ■ adt ni nation. You know how sinccr- my affection and admiration and i ■ - .1 for Cuba are; you know that I av. never done and never shall anything in reference to Cuba save " \ such sincere regard for her welfa: “O'.- nt* rv.-ntion in Cuban affairs will on come if Cuba herself shows that s has fallen into the insurrec tionary !..ibit: that she lacks the self restra:: • necessary to peaceful self govet: : nr and that her contending fact!* have plunged the country into anar* “I s n nly adjure all Cuban patriots to ba -.ig.-th.-r. to sink all diffei ences *. personal ambitions, and o rem« : : that the only way that f/toy can ; the independence of the reput ;s to prevent the necessity of outsi nt. rf.-rence by rescuing it from anarchy of civil war. "fr. the treaty with your govern ment as President of the l‘nit« i Stat< .aw a duty in this matter whirl - annot shirk. The third article of th -at;, explicit\ confers upon the ' I States the 4 right to inter vene I.- maintenance in Cuba of a go' n:. i.t adequate f«»r the protee tion • . property and individual lib erty. . treaty conferring this r.ght is th- ..-nine law of the land and fornis! s nn with the right and tit' meat - f fulfilling the obligation that I an: • r to protect American inter ests . information at hand shows that social bonds throughout th< islat. e b« en so relaxed that life, prop- and individual liberty are no | long- -. 1 have received authentic' info; n of injury to and destruc tion - •■n.fican property. It is in iny Judy imperative for the sake "t Cuba • there shall be an immediate cess of hostilities and som*- ar ram nt which will secure the per mat pacification of the island. •’1 sending to Havana the seen' tary war. Mr. Taf*. and the assistant secrxiAry of state. Mr. Baton, as th* s*w ial representatives of the govern i:n t. who will render such aid as is , h —ible tnward these ends. I had l -d that Mr. Root, tin s eretary of e, could l av, >’i-ppe.: in Havana his return from South America, i ’ t scenting lmniiti- nee of th- crisis : dds further d » Through a desit- in this way to * t.munlcat. with In Cuban gow m i nt and with tin < ban people. 1 am • •rdingU sending you a cop' of this • r to I e pres< ; • d to Pr« si 1 ma. and have also directed its itn dlate publfcath Sincerely yours. "THKOlu >RE ROOSEVELT Senor l">on llotizalo !>« Quesada. Nan Minister McKINLEY MONUMENT. , c nveiled in Vidst of a Mott T.‘*/!flc Crush. Columbus. Ohio W ith a t .inio i>atene«i in a crowd estimated at • people surging about the stand •cted in ihe cnpool grounds. frantic ■ secure a glimpse of Mrs. Nicholas ngworth, the President's daught.i. •* exercises arranged for the dedi .tion of the McKinlei tnonum* nt u re suddenly terminated Friday aft- 1 •on after the statue of the mart \ rid i esldent had been hurriedh unvi iled Mrs. Ixmgworth The prompt at n of the committee on arrangem nts i3 regarded as most fortunate, for «» crowd was beyond control, and th • ricking ol women and children wno i re caught in the crush was rapidh rkir.g the crowd into a frenz> Many women faint* d anti were cn ,v d out 3f the crowd h> the police vo were so hadly hurt that tlu*> had I • be removed in an ambulance lioth i " II recover. rho program of exorcises which had on arranged for the unveiling of the • •nument was carried out at Me : orial hall nt night. Palma’s Power Increased. Havana. —The extra session of Con ■ esa call'd by President Palma com clod at one setting the business for v hlch it was summoned. namel>. the anting to President Palma of the Host powers not a I read > const it u • >nally provided for carrying on th* war. Including the right to nppropr 1 .ite any public funds for war purposes. voklng appropriations voted a\t the receding session of Congress in order o permit the diversion of the moneys involved to prosecution of the war. and authorising increase of the rural unnrds to 10.000 and the nrtillen to .’.000 men. This trebles the former force of rural guards and doubtless the artillery. Haggott for Congressman. Colorado Springs.- Warren A. Hag gott of ldnho Springs, lieutenant gov ernor under Peabody’s administration, was on Thursday nominated as candi date on the Republican ticket for con giVRsman from the Second district. F. 1). Catlln of Montrose, the only other candidate for the nomination, received 197 votes against .107 for Haggott. w'hose nomination was later made unanimous. The Second district com prises forty-four counties, embracing most of the southern part of the state. re*' . ."hi 2 JB fIITB liuM.iimai JuMolUllm For Infants and Children. AVegetable PreparalionfwrAs- * similatingtUcFoodandßcgula- 35 _ M UngtheStoiiiaclisandßowelsof a 863-PS tilB W t ■ lg. g na t ure jfSAy Promotes Digcalion.CheerruF- 4J /ff *f 11/^ nessandllest.Contains neither A _r £r ¥. JT Opium. Morphine nor Mineral. 31 01 Not Narcotic. jag W ylj orounsAHinmuon fl - Seed' \ \Pf B Atx.Smna • I l/i _ &*m*u*- I 2a #CI«. In ) I(\ iP* In } |M f 1 II Q p Aperfecl Remedy forConstipa- ;< I | Ilf UOD i non. Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea 'O 1 l ! Worms .Convulsions. Feveris- . 1 IT r- „ ft a u ness and Loss OF SLEEP. '5 \J* f [ II H | TacSmvlc Signature of k 9 ,gg|g|l Thirty Years EVCT CC.’yGF Yj II (fefl Bj I IS I | IkS ▼MC OCNTAUR CWMMT. MW TOM CITV. lffl REPEATING SHOTGUNS lip pgl are strong shooters, strongly made and ij||J § ?|sp| so inexpensive that you won’t be afraid to use one in any kind of weather. Bfv'i a i ' H They are made io, 12 and 16 gauge. Bp; 9 A FAVORITE OF AMERICAN SPORTSMEN R 0 Sold Everywhere. fc 1 ;;-; iS WtS y 1 This Is What Catches Me! l6o*.~OnwThlrd More Starch. I ‘WeKMiNI I Starch mamt,* IDoz- 1 full i\x\ mSST"' pound ypfp y ~ lOc MmHffl/kA I No premiums, but or.C'third vffn /[ tA • more starch than you get of Mi l // - \ other brands. Try it now, for ffi] / \ * trot or cold starching it has no . *.j ‘ : ’ l equal and will not stick to the iron. FIRST CONSIDERATION The first consideration in the matter of food is nutrition, the next facility of digestion and assimilation. The grains like wheat should be preferred, which are well supplied with the constituents of brain and nerve, cooked in a palatable manner. DR. PRICE’S WHEAT FLAKE CELERY FOOD is prepared from the whole wheat Berry, celery infused and baked twice at a high temperature, so as to render it the best of foods for growing children, invalids, the aged, the brain and muscle working classes. Palatable-Nutritious—Easy of PlpaoMow and Itaady to Eat Can ba »»rv»d hot. Put to a hat ouaalor a law mlnutaa; ar cook In balling milk to a mash. Ioe a package. Fori*b,|*»«j«y" (n> QLrffo m Dr. Price, the famous food oapert, the creator of Dr. Price’s Cream Bakiag Powder. Delta low Flavoring Batracta, Ice Cream Sugar and Jelly Deaaerta, hae never been compelled, notwithstanding strenuous Pood laws, to change any of his products. They have always conformed to their requirements. This la an absolute guarantee of their quality and purity.