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•FniNrcnici.i* Colorado MESSAGES SENT BY PRESIDENT URGES ADDITIONAL APPROPRIA T?ON FOR RAISING BATTLE SHIP MAINE WANTS WORK FINISHED M>T TAFT CONCURS IN CONCL J CHONS OF SECRETARY OF WAR. W'.' -in Nt>«v .pa|nM Union New# .'i-i vti.e. W.iHhlngton.—Three short messages were sent lo Congress by the Presi dent, one urging a further appropria tion i n complete the work of raising the wreck of the buttlcship Maine, a Hocoml asking emigres:; to determine whether the wrecks of the Spanish vessels sunk by the American navy Khali be given away and the third transmitting reports of engineers ot Hurveys on the Great I*akes. President Tuft referred to Chief En gineer Bixby’s estimate ot $250,000 for completing the work of raising the Maine and in Secretary of War Stlm son’s subsequent inspection and re port He declared tie- T’n'toi! St"‘es would lie derelict in its duty if it did not provide an:pi. im ue. • ..n.oti tins task. The President added: “f concur fully in the conclusions which the secretary of war has reached and in the recommendations which he in.il-: s in respect of an addi tional appropriation for this work in order that nothing may remain un done to enable the world to know the j original cause of the explosion of the Maine.” The message. rep-ar-Hne tie* o, ‘an' b vessels sunk off Santiago, said the Norwegian compauy a.-k u Cuba’s per mission to raise the wreck on a ten p‘*r cent salvage basis. The President Hubmitted an opin’on of Secretary of State Kncx, who held: “The Dopariment of State- is in clined to the view that the Spanish ships destroyed by the United States forces in war on what wan then Span iih territory, became the property of Ihe victors and passed with Spain’s relin«iuishmcnt of Cuba fnto the abso lute possession of the United States." Signs Statehood Bill. President Taft signed the* jalrt reso lution for the admission of New Mexico .wnl Arizona into the Union. Senator Penrose, Representatives Weeks of Masnachusotts and Uarch folil of Pennsylvania, the delegates of the two territories and a number' of citizens from Now Mexico and Arizo na, witnessed the signing. There* was hut one resolution, so that the Presi dent used three different pens in or tler that come of the relic hunters ought he- satisfied. When tlio resolution was laid <;n Ins desk, lu* looked up at the crowd around him and said: "Has anybody read this?” Nobody answered and to make cer tain of it the President read the reso lution himself. "Well, gentlemen, it’s done.’’ he said, as ho put the last stroke on the parchment. The resolution signed by the Presi dent provides that Arizona shall elim inate the judiciary recall clause in its constitution. Shoppers Slide Down Banister. Kansas City. Mo.—A sensation was created at the August clearance sale of ,t big dry goods store In this city when a crowd of women making for a lower floor where some handbags were on sal • at cut prices, took to the banisters and slid down. To Probe Carey Land Act. Waßbsington. Representing the commissioner of the general land of fice, Frederick R. Dudley left for the West to confer with state land hoards anil state engineers in regard to the operation of the Carey lesert land act. Heretofore there ha * been annoy ing delays •n •oui.o i- <1 by the s'-’-s on account of the stringent nil. lowed by the Into: r Departin'-:.i .11 dealing with apple ations for land un der this a and it is believed much ■>f this delay can lie avoided if these rules can 1.0 explained verbally to the slate officers by a representative of the department. Mr. Dudley, who will hold confer ences in all of (lie public land states in which tin* Core;, act is in operation, is chief of the lands and railroads di vision of the general land office and has immediate « barge of Carey act ap plications. Washington.— Postmaster General Hitchcock has, in all. designated ninety first-class offices as postal sav ings bank.. I.xst order was for KovontJr Thousands Laid Off. San Francisco.—At the offices of tiie Southern Pacific Company it has been announced that 6.000 men would be dropped from the payrolls of the Pacific system of the railway before riie end of September. Two thousand will be dr >pped immediately. Wreck Kills Four. Mexico City. Four passengers were killed and four injured when a westbound train was derailed near Dos Rios May Abolish Express Companies. ( hicago Tin* National Associa tion of Ra troad Commissioners, which » ts been mveir-igating the subject of •<pr-*.-«H rates, n.ay vsne a recommen dation tii.it Congress take action lend ing to th-- abolition of express com panies "his prediction is made by railroad officials and othtV CONDENSATION OF FRESH NEWS THe LATEST IMPORTANT DIS PATCHES PUT INTO SHORT, CRISP PARAGRAPHS. STORY OF THE WEEK SHOWING THE PROGRESS OP EVENTS IN OUR OWN AND FOREIGN LANDB. Western Newppnper Union News Service. WESTERN. A daughter has been born to Mr. Hid Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., at San Francisco. A large forest fire is reported at Jardine, Mont., on the edge of the Yel lowstone Park. Business men of Spokane have raised $23,000 to finance a national ap ple show there the coining November. One thousand delegates attended the eighh annual encampment of iho Spanish War Veterans at Oklahoma City. Orders have been Issued at the Union Pacific headquarters to lay off 2,500 men, the order to take effect im mediately. Patrick C. Casey was executed at Carson City, Nov., for the murder of Mrs. Lucy Heslip of Goldfield Just two years ago. A tornado passed over Huron, Neb., wrecking the high school building, court house, Catholic church, Catholic parsonage and school buildings. E. E. Hesse, the man who is charged with murdering his wife and step daughter and throwing their bod L-s ‘n an old well at Tecumseh, Neb., escaped from the Ogden, Utah, police. Two persons were killed and four fatally injured in a tornado in Divide county, N. D., with indications that when complete returns are received from the rural districts, the number of injured will be increased. A terrific windstorm along the in ternational boundary line of North Da kota blew down houses on the heads of their inmates and whipped crops in places into shreds. Many persons are reported killed and Injured. Dam age is heavy on both sides. In New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming, withdrawals were made of land sup posed to be underlain by coal com prising 1,443,953 acres, while in Colo rado, Montana, New Mexico, Washing ton and Wyoming six restorations were made of coal land comprising 3,089,845 acres. GENERAL. W. G. Beatty, in a Wright biplane, beat the world’s record for duration while carrying a passenger, at Chi cago. A lunacy commission for Harry K Thaw, now confined in the Matteawan hospital, New York, has been asked by bis wife. Thirty persons were injured, some seriously, when one of the Big Four’s fastest trains was ditched west of Columbus, Ohio. John Jacob Astor and Miss Made line Force signed the ante-nuptial agreement by which he settles $2,000,- on his girl-bride. The former record was made by Amerigo at Mulhauscn, Germany, when he carried a passenger 3 hours, 19 minutes, 37 seconds. Beatty’s time was 3 hours, 42 minutes, 22 sec onds. Cleveland was chosen as the site for the next annual convention of the In ternational Typographical Union at a session of the convention in San Fran cisco by a vote of 114 to 106 for Hous ton. Texas. Rising prices of meats reached a new high record for the season in New York with an advance, according to dealers that boosted prices 4 cents above those prevailing a fortnight ago. Retail dealers report heavy falling off in trade, due, they say, to the high prices. The National Mine Safety Demon stration to be held in Pittsburg, Pa October 26 and 27, is expected to be attended by thirty thousand miners from the different mining states of the country. The demonstration is to be given under the auspices of the Fed oral Bureau of Mines and will be at tended by President Taft and Secre tary of Interior Fisher. Although the cost will exceed $1,000,000 and the house will have to stand tenantless for more than., two years, John D. Rockefeller has begun the actual work of remodeling his residence at Pocantico hills, near Tar rytown, N. J., in order that when The alterations shall have been completed ten new guest chambers will be avail able. Recall petitions aginst Mayor Geo. W. Dilling and Councilmen Max War dall, E. L. Blaine and J. Y. C. Kellogg, of Seattle, were filed with the city comptroller by the Citizens Recall As sociation. Skimming over the southwest cor ner of Luke Michigan and then over the sand hills of northern Indiana, Har ry N. Atwood of Boston, in his aero plane flew the 101 miles from Chicago to Elkhart, Ind., in 2 hourti and If min utes without stop, thus completing 357 miles of his 1,4G0-mile flight from 3t. Louis to New York and Boston. Gov. John K. Tener of Pennsylvania says the state will take charge of the effort to arrest the men responsible Cor the lynching of the negro, Zach Walker, at Coatesville, if those sus pected of complicity in the outrage were not speedily apprehended. Predictions have been made by Claude Grahame-White, the English avitaor, who has arrived In New York from Europe, that In 20 years aero planes 1,000 feet long, with a passen ger carrying capacity of 4,000 persons, will be operated between London and New York. FOREIGN. There is no doubt that Pop* Pius of Rome is convalescent. His holiness rose early and went to the chapel to hear mass. When the announcement was made from the board of trade offices in London that the railway strike had been settled and that the men wo ild return to work immediately, a great wave of relief swept over the entire country. The election campaign has gained full headway throughout Ontario, the great Industrial province of Canada, by the visit of Sir Wilfred Laurier, the premier, and R. L. Borden, the op position leader. On all sides it is now recognized that reciprocity is the issue. Two hundred thousand railway employes throughout the United King dom are on strike and traffic every where is badly disorganized. The leaders of the Amalgamated Society of Railway Servants declare that 220,000 men, or nearly half the total employes of the railways of England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, have an swered their call to stop work. Man agers of the railways say these fig ures are greatly exaggerated. SPORT. WESTEII.V I.E.UiI E ST.IMJIXI.. P. W. L Pci Denver 118 78 .40 .061 Lincoln 11 7 67 f.O .573 Pueblo 118 6G 52 .559 St. Joseph 118 65 53 .551 Omuhu 1 17 57 60 .4 8 7 Sioux City 11 7 56 61 .479 I’opeka 11 7 46 71 .394 Den Moines 116 35 81 .302 The Cleveland Americans have giv en Denton T. ("Cy") Young, the vet eran pitcher and "grand old man of baseball,” his unconditional release. A new altitude mark for aviators was set by Oscar A. Brindley at Chi cago by arising 11,726 feet in a Wright biplane. The world's record was 10,761 feet made by M. Loridan at Mour melon, France, July 8, 1911. Present indications are that an other three weeks of baseball will close Oklahoma City's connection with the Texas league, and that. In stead, that city will have a Western league berth next season. The Texas league race closes on September 4. Labor day. La Junta, Colo., was successful in the first of the. tri-city matches of trapshooters for a loving cup. The match was between La Junta, Dodgo City, Kan., and Pueblo shooters. The Dtfdge City men state that they in tend to wiu the cup if it takes all sum mer. Two pitchers ad two fielders have been added to the staff of the Denver Western League ball club. Among them is Clifford Healey, one cf the best amateur twirlers. Healey’s most recent conspicuous performance vas a: the Broadway park in Denver when he occupied the mound for the Gunnison baseball team in their game against Salida. Howard Baker of Boulder retained the welterweight championship of Col orado by knocking out Johnqy O’Keefe of Denver in the fourteenth round of a scheduled twenty-round fight, be fore the Business Men’s Athletic Club in Leadvlile. The fight was one of the best seen in the state for many years and was witnessed by a large crowd of fans from Denver and other points. Sam I*angford, of Boston, with au advantage of about ten pounds in weight, fought "Philadelphia Jack O’Brien” to a standstill in four and one-half rounds at the Twentieth Cen tury Club in New York. Referee White prevented a knockout when he stopped the bout In the middle of the fifth round. O’Brien was practically out from the effects of a hard left hook to the Jaw and had to be helped to his corner. WASHINGTON. Statehood for Arizona and New Mexico now only awaits the perfunc tory approval of President Taft. The Senate, by a vote of 38 tc 28, adopted the conference report on the wool tariff revision bill already adopted by the House. The Democratic House of Repre sentatives met defeat in its supreme effort to pass the wool and free list bills over the President’s vetoes and virtually fixed upon adjournment of Congress at an early date. The vote was 227 to 129. On a basis acceptable to Mr. Taft, statehood for New Mexico and Ari zona was approved by the Senate through the passage of the Flood- Smith resolution presented by Sena tor William Alden Smith, chairman of the committee on territories. The resolution was adopted, 53 to 8. The House adopted, 282 to 27, the conference report on the campaign publicity bill. The report already has been adopted by the Senate and the measure will go to the President at once. It requires that all candidates for the Senate or House in general elections, primaries or nominating con ventions, shall file statements of their expenses not more than fifteen or less than ten days before the election or nominat’ons. Dr. Harvey Wiley, chief of the Bu reau of Chemistry, created excitement before the House investigating com mittee when he charged that three Cabinet officers, sitting as a board of review, had reversed the government’s ruling in a corporation case after the corporations had offered money to chemists to indorse Its food products. Unless Congress appropriates $250,- 000 more to clear away the mud that buries the evidence, whether an out side explosion caused the destruction of the Maine in Havana harbor in IS9B, will for all time remain h mys tery. President Taft carried out his threat to veto the wool traiff bill. In a special message to the House he char acterized the measure a blend of ai. avowed tariff-for-revenue and anti protection measure, with a professed protection bill. Inquiry into the affairs of the Unit ed States Steel corporation by a spe cial committee of the House, which lias been in progress since May, has been halted. The committee voted a recess until October lb, but it is prob able no public hearings will be held until a later date. Is life worth living? I should say that it depends on the liver. —Thomas Gold Appleton. Mr*. Winslow's Sootlnn* nyrnp for Chlldret. terthliiK. ho fie n a the kuik. reduce* Inflarmnu lion. «llum paio.curew win a colic, ISc » bottle. And s Fight Followed. Hewitt—lt’s a lucky thing that I’m a believer in universal peace. Jewitt—Why so? Hewitt—Because I can lick any man In the place. THE TRUTH ABOUT BLUING. Talk No. 1. Avoid liquid bluing. Every drop of water is adulteration. Half a cent’s worth of blue lu a large bottle filled with water Is sold for 5 cents or 10 cents in many places. Always use RED CROSS BAG BLUE, the blue that's all blue. A large two-oz. package, all blue, sells for 5 cents or 4-oz. for 10 cents. De lights the laundress. AT ALL GOOD GROCERS. Little Pitcher. Lady Visitor —I am coming to your mamma’s company tomorrow. Tom my. Tommy—Well, you won't get a good supper. Tommy's Papa—Tommy, what do you mean, talking like that? Tommy—Well, you know, pa, you told ma you’d have to get some chicken Teed for her old hen party tomorrow. Remarkable Fish. "I thought you said there were fish around here," said the disappointed sportsman. "There are,” replied Farmer Corn tossel. "But they are experienced fish. Moreover, they’re kind and con siderate.” "I haven't had a nibble.’’ “Well, you don't think they’d bite at that brnnd-new fancy tackle, do you? They'd stand off and admire it, but they’d never take a chance on gettin’ it mussed up." The Young Idea. There are two kinds of joints, the hinges and the ball-bearing. Rellex action is the inside eye and ear. Reflex action controls things that we do not have to think about, as talking. Had we no skin, our clothes would cause us endless agony. The stomach is the trunk of our body. The stomach contains the liver. The stomach is south of the lungs, west of the liver. It has three coats. Without the stomach we should die, therefore God chose the stomach to digest our food. —Woman's Home Com panion. In Btrlct Obedience. Master Gregory Graham, aged three, had been having an ocean bath, and breaking away from his older sister he ran all dripping wet to the door of the living room, where Mrs. Graham was entertaining a caller from the fashionable hotel. “Why. Greg," his mother greeted him. “you mustn't come in here like that, dear. Go straight upstairs and take off your bathing suit first." A few minutes later Mrs. Graham turned toward the door in curiosity as to what sight there had sent her visitor’s eyebrows up so high, and in the same moment her son's cheerful voice rang out: “1 tooked it ofT, mother, like you told me to. I’m coming in now for some cake.” OR SAYS HE 18. De Quiz —Why Is a good actor like a set of brainß? De Witt—Because he is a head liner. GET POWER. The Supply Comes From Food. If we get power from food why not strive to get aJI the power we can. That is only possible by use of skil fully selected food that exactly fits the requirements of the body. Poor fuel makes a poor fire and a poor fire is not a good steam producer. “From not knowing how to select the right food to fit my needs, I suf fered grievously for a long time from stomach troubles," writes a lady from a little town In Missouri. "It seemed as If I would never be able to find out the sort of food that was best for me hardly anything that I could eat would stay on my stomach. Every attempt gave me heartburn and filled my stomach with gas. I got thinner and thinner until I literally became a living skeleton, and in time was compelled to keep to my bed. A few months ago I was persuaded to try Grape-Nuts food, and it had such good effect from the very beginning that I have kept up its use ever since. I was surprised at the ease with which 1 digested it. It proved to be Just what I needed. “All my unpleasant symptoms, the heartburn, the Inflated feeling which gave me so much pain disappeared. My weight gradually increased from 98 to 116 pounds, my figure rounded out, my strength came back, and I am now able to do my housework and en joy it. Grape-Nuts food did it.” Name given by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. A ten days’ trial will show anyone some facts about food. Read the little book, “The Road to Wellville," in pkgs. “There’s a reason.” Ever read the above letter? A new one appear* from time to time. They are irenalne, true, aid full of tmmaa Interest. LITTLE COLORADO ITEMS. Small Happenings Occurring Over the S*ate Worth While. Western Newspaper Union News Service. Minor Mention. Sugar Beet Day will be held at I.a Jara, September 26. The railroad station at Independ ence has been closed. The town tax collected at Mllllken ias been declared illegal. At Carr, recently, lightning struck and killed u colt, goat and dog. John Howe, alderman and promi nent citizen of La Junta, is dead. The Colorado State Federation of Labor will meet next year iu Cripple Dreek. The Northern Colorado Railway Co. has asked for the appointment of a re ceiver. Charles Hcrround, 17 years old, has pleaded guilty at Boulder to highway robbery. Mrs. Sarah E. Peterson, formerly of Denver, committed suicide in Wash ington, D. C. A1 Blevins, 12 years old, of Fort i.upton, accidentally shot himself, dy ing instantly. The Senate has confirmed the nomi nation of Robert R. Hanna, postmas ter at Windsor. The Lamar postoffice has been des ignated a postal savings bank, effec tive September 19. Landholders in the Greeley-Poudre irrigation district will push that pro ject to a rapid completion. John Toedder, a tailor, of Pueblo has received a letter signed "Black Hand," demanding $5,000. Mike Malone of Denver and Frankie White of Chicago will meet in a two 20-round bout at Alamosa Labor day. Luther Grantham, aged 23 years, of Telluride, shot himself with a heavy revolver at Placerville, dying in stantly. M. C. Daniels has the record break ing wheat crop of the Gill section this year. His field averaged 57 bushels per acre. The officers of the Colorado Ma sonic Grand Lodge officiated at the laying of the cornerstone of the new high school building at Holyoke. Denver’s postal savings bank will be opened September 9. Notice to that effect has been received by Postmas ter Sours. State Bank Commissioner has or dered the Statu Bank of Stratton closed and asked for the appointment of a receiver. El Paso County Horticultural Asso ciation’s annual flower show at Colo rado Springs was a success from both a financial and artistic standpoint. The President has signed the War ren bill granting leave of absence to homesteaders In drought-stricken uis tricts of the West until April 15, 1912. Heavy rains near the headwaters of the streams of the state have made fishing conditions during the last week less favorable than for some time. Charging alienation of his wife’s af fections, Frank Wieneke was given judgment for SIO,OOO in District Court against Andrew Pagesser at Cripple Creek. Representative Rucker has intro duced a bill to permit additional en tries under the enlarged homestead act on lands situated within six miles of the original entry. Richard Mooney, aged 65 years, a pioneer of Victor, died of injuries re ceived when he fell fifteen feet at a railing which guarded the sidewalk, which was high above the ground. Arrangements have been made whereby Pueblo will be advertised as a manufacturing city by exhibits ai the various county fairs in the soutn ern part of the state next fall. A suit to recover about S7OO in sal aries due workmen in Pueblo's parks last fall has been instituted against the park commissioners by Ben 3er german, who bought the accounts ol men. Mrs. Fedelina Macs, a widow and dl vorcee, was shot and killed in Ala mosa by Camilo Herrera in a fit oi Jealousy. After shooting the woman, Herrera killed himself by sending g bullet through his heart. He died in stantly. Follo'Vng the visit of President Bush of the Missouri Pacific and oth er officers of that system to Pueblo, comes the announcement that this road is soon to inaugurate a seventeen hour train between Kansas City and Pueblo. Estimates on the Greeley potatc crop at the present time vary all the way from 60 per cent of a norma! yield to one made by well-known deal ers, who say that if weather condl tions are right there will be a normal crop, or about 8,000 car loads. William McFadden, sixty-seven years old, a wealthy cattle grower and ranch owner living eight miles west of Buena Vista, was found dead under neath his buggy, near the Denver Ai Rio Grande crossing, ten miles west of that town. The cloudburst between Coloradc Springs and Monument did aboul $3,000 damage to bridges, railroac tracks and private property. Tht main damage was in Monument Val ley park. A campaign to awaken interest it the Coloardo exhibit of fruit, graini and vegetables to be sent to the Amer ican Land and Irrigation Exposition better known ns the New York Lane Show—ln Madison Square Garden New York, November 3 to 12, inclu sive, has been started by the Denvei Chamber of Commerce. The actual valuation of the lands ol the Union Depot & Railroad Companj of Denver has been placed by Count} Assessor Henry J. Arnold at $2,665, 920, and the assessed valuation at $885,640. The later figure is an in crease from $115,000 last year. The Pueblo Suburban Traction & Lighting Company has been granted £ franchise by the County Commission ers of Otero county to run a powei line on the side of the county road anc will pay the county two per cent ol the gross receipts outside of cities and towns. LAUGHTER PLEASING TO GOD NowherA In Biblical Lore Can There Be Found Intimation of Any Other Idea. We misjudge and distort the nor mally human nuture of the Saviour when we picture him going through life, as Dante did after he had writ ten his ’’lnferno.” with the shadows of perdition on his brow. We may gravely question when it was that the cross begun to darken our Lord’s pathway; there Is no hint of such a foreboding until we reach the mid dle of his ministry. From that on there are occasional tokens that he saw Calvary ahead of him, and was at times pressed down with u dread ful sense of the Inevitable agony which awaited him at the end. But all this is very far from affording any reasonable ground for the conclusion that he smiled sometimes, but never laughed. If God did not Intend us to laugh, on occasion, why did he endow us with the capacity to laugh, with a sense of the humorous, with tho fac ulty to see and enjoy wit, fun and the absurd side of life: and, further more, why did he produce so many things and people to laugh at? — Zion's Herald. MISUNDERSTOOD HER. in books? Mrs. Neuriche—No. Hiram keeps three bookkeepers. LAWYER CURED OF ECZEMA "While attending school at Lebanon, Ohio, in 1882, I became afflicted with boils, which lasted for about two years, when the affliction assumed the form of an eczema on my face, the lower part of my face being inflamed most of the time. There would be water-blisters rise up and open, and wherever the water would touch it would burn, and cause another one to rise. After the blister would open, the place would scab over, and would burn and itch so as to be almost un bearable at times. In this way the sores would spread from one place to another, back and forth over the whole of my upper lip and chin, and at times the whole lower part of my face would be a solid sore. This con dition continued for four or five years, without getting any better, and in fact got worse all the time, so much so that my wife became alarmed lest it prove fatal. “During all this time of boils and eczema, I doctored with the best phy sicians of this part of the country, but to no avail. Finally I decided to Try Cuticura Remedies, which I did, tak ing the Cuticura Resolvent, applying the Cuticura Ointment to the sores, and using the Cuticura Soap for wash ing. In a very short time I began to notice Improvement, and continued to use the Cuticura Remedies until I was well again, and have not had a re currence of the trouble since, which is over twenty years. I have recom mended Cuticura Remedies to others ever since, and have great faith in them as remedies for skin diseases.” (Signed) A. C. Brandon, Attorney-at- Law, Greenville, 0., Jan. 17, 1911. Although Cuticura Soap and Oint ment are sold everywhere, a sample of each, with 32-page book, will be mailed free on application to "Cuti cura,’’ Dept. 3 K, Boston. Of Short Duration. "Plimply is afriad to ask old Mr. Plunker for his daughter's hand." “Why, Plimply told me yesterday he stood in with the old gentleman.” “Oh, that was only for a few min utes in the vestibule of an office build ing during a shower.” Tuberculosis Among the Insane. 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