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LATE LIVE NEWS CONDENSED RECORD OP THE PROGRESS OF EyENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD FROM AITsOURCES SAVINGS, DOINGS, ACHIEVE MENTS, SUFFERINGS, HOPES AND FEARB OF MANKIND. Western Newspaper Union News Service. WESTERN. Preliminary plans have been per fected for the erection of a labor tem ple In Fresno, Calif. Colonel John M. C. Marble, one of the best known men of finance In southern California, died In New York recently. Mrs. William F. Curry, wife of the clerk of the Justice Court of San Josd, Cal., township, has been sworn in ’ a deputy constable. A cyclone which swept the country near Broken Bow, Neb., picked, up a little country school house, ihN which were twelve children and the teacher, carried it a mile and set It on the ground without injuring a child. Unless an Immediate settlement of the strike of the Union Pacific shop men Is effected, a strike of the 300, 000 shop employes of the '"Denver & Rio Grande, Burlington, Colorado & Southern and other lines is threat ened. The United States government, through its attorney, Harry Kelley, has filed suit in the Federal District Court against the Union Pacific Rail road Company, on the charge of vio lating the safety appliance act of March 2, 1893. In the stomach of a speckled trout cut open to determine what sort of bait was advisable, Henry Parrott, Homer Musser and Hugo SUlisch of Bellingham, Wash., found a one-carat diamond of the finest water In a Tif fany setting. Henry M. Dearing, aged 72, and son, Palmer M. Doaring, 40, were brougut to the federal prison at Leavenworth, Kan., to begin sentences of five years each for embezzlement. Henry M. Dearing was cashier of the Albion National bank of Albion, Mich., and his son an employe. Because the Western Union Tele graph Company refused to pay Its tax assessment in the state of Idaho, the attorney general, O. M. Van Duyan, has authorized the seizure of the com pany's property. The telegraph com pany claims that the rate of taxes whs too high. As detailed reports come In, the ex tent of devastation and losb of life and property from the recent Oklaho ma tornado increases. It is known that twenty towns-were struck by the storm which swept northward through portions of southwestern and central Oklahoma; that two of them, Butler and Foss, were literally wiped out and forty-one dead and more than a hun dred Injured are accounted for. FOREIGN. The cable ship Mackay-Bennett has reached Halifax, N. S., with 200 of the Titanic's dead. The Pope's physicians, Drs. Pellacl and Marchlafava, at Rome, are In close attendance on his holiness, who is very ill. The great bazaar quarters in Da mascus have been destroyed by fire. Several persons were killed and many injured and the damage is estimated at 810,000,000. Four men were killed Jar a cave-ln at the Elisa mine at Cananea, Mex. When rescuers reached the Imprisoned men, one was dead, and the others died within five minutes after being taken out. The Jewish quarter of Fez, Morocco, presents a lamentable spectacle as a result of the recent pillaging and loot ing by the revolting populace and mu tineers among the Moorish soldiers. Of the 12,000 Jewish residents no fewer than 7,000 have been made homeless by fire, and these have now taken refuge, half naked and hungry, in the gardens of the sultan's palace. Bonnot, the leader of an organzled gang of automobile banditß who have been terrorizing Paris and the sur >, .rounding district for months, and Du *vWs, a notorious anarchist, were shot » i> death in the most thrilling encoun ter in the annals of French crime. A garage at Choisy-le-Rol, six miles south of Paris, In which the bandits had taken refuge, was blown up by dynamite, after these two men had kept at bay for hours a large part of the police force of Paris. SPORT. STANDING OF WESTERN I.EAGVC!. Clubs— Won. Lost Pet. St. Joseph 8 2 .80# Topeka 7 3 .700 Denver 6 4 .600 Wichita 6 4 .600 Omaha 4 6 .400 Des Moines 4 6 .400 Sioux City 3 B .375 Lincoln 0 8 .000 Johnny Kllbane, feather-weight champion, has accepted an offer of a match with Johnny Dundee, in New York, May 18. Luther McCarthy of Springfield, Mo., knocked out Joe Hagen of Den ver, in the third round of a scheduled ten-round bout at Bartlesville, Okla. Packey McFarland, who was intro duced at Madison Square Garden in New York, as Chicago's Fighting Irishman, administered a drubbing to England’s lightweight champion, Mass Wells. The men went ten rounds, and while McFarland was a 10 to 7 favor ite, nobody thought his task would be so easy. WASHINGTON. Harry A. Wheeler of Chicago was elected president of the National Chamber of Commerce of the United States. Suit to dissolve the International Harvester Company has been brought in the United States Court in St. Paul, Minn., according to an announce ment made at the Department of Jus tice. Partial home rule for Alaska, with authority vested in the Legislature to grant to women the right to vote, was approved in the House when it passed the bill for a local Alaskan govern ment. Resolutions authorizing SIO,OOO ap propriations for the families of each of the three United States postal clerks who lost their lives on the Titanic, were introduced in the House by Rep resentative Reilly of Connecticut. To erect a memorial arch in Wash ington to the heroic men on board the Titanic who sacrificed themselves that the women and children might be rescued in the lifeboats, a movement has been set on foot by the women of the United States. It is generally believed that the United States is on the eve of inter vening in Mexico. This is based upon the latest warlike movement of the army and navy, all of which hint at aggressiveness toward the Republic on the south. San Diego is looked upon as the most probable point of mobilization for an advance upon Mexico. Representatives Mondell, Taylor and Pray bad a conference with Com missioner Dennett of the General Land Office regarding the bills which have been introduced in the Senate by Senator Warren, and in the House of Representatives by Representative Mondell, to provide for reducing the area required for cultivation in en larged homesteads from eigbty to for ty acres. Representative Mondell’s bill provides that but twenty acres be cul tivated the second year, and forty acres the third year of the entry. Com missioner Dennett is Inclined to favor legislation which will reduce the area to be cultivated from eighty to forty acres in the third year of the entry, with a provision that when proof is submitted at the end of the five-year term to complete the entry, it shall be shown that one-fourth of the en tire entry, or eighty acres, is under cultivation. GENERAL. Robert Cameron Rogers, poet, lover of nature, journalist', true friend, is dead. He died at his beautiful borne in Mission cailon, Santa Barbata, Cal. Representatives Kindred, a physi clan who runs a sanitarium near New York, will introduce a bill providing for the establishment of a government sanitarium for the people who drink too much liquor and have other ail ments. Miss Anne Morgan, daughter of J. Plerpont Morgan, bas set up 1,200 Navy yard workmen in the restaurant business in New York. She surren dered control of her Brooklyn Navy Yard eating establishment to the yard employes, and gave a check for SI,OOO as a sinking fund. Dr. D. K. Pearson, the aged philan thropist, died in a sanitarium at Hins dals, 111., at the age of ninety-two. Ho had been at the point of death sev eral days, and physicians had given up all hope for his recovery. He was kept alive by the use of oxygen for several days. Dr. Pearson’s fortune of $0,000,000 was given away to needy schools and colleges. The “king of beggars” is in New York and under lock and key. In pos session of a fortune —as some fortunes go—he was picked up on charges of intoxication and disorderly conduct. He calls himself the “king of beggars’ 1 and had no objection to telling the po lice of his career. In Cleveland re cently he gathered up $17,000 from sympathetic auditors and the Probate Court of that city appointed a guar- I dlan to look after bis money. STATE TAKES HAND IN FIGHT Nsw Jersey Leads In Advanced Legis lation Designed to Check Bpeed of Tuberculosis. What la designed by the National Association for the Study and Preven tion of Tuberculosis as tbe ibost ad vanced legislation In the campaign against tuberculosis tbat has been enacted by any state In tbe United States, If not by any country In tbe world. Is found In a bill recently passed by the New Jersey legislature and signed by Governor Wilson. Tbe new law provides tbat tuberculosis patients who refuse to obey the regu lations laid down by tbe state board of health concerning tbe prevention of their disease, and thus become a men ace to the health of those with whom they associate, shall be compulsorily segregated by order of the courts, In institutions provided for this purpose. If such a patient refuses to obey the rules and regulations of the Institu tion in which he Is placed, he may "be Isolated or separated from other per sons and restrained from leaving the Institution.” The law further pro vides that all counties In the state of New Jersey shall within six months from April Ist make provision In spe cial institutions for the care of all persons having tuberculosis In these counties. ' The state treasury will sub sidize each county to the extent of $3 a week for each person maintained In these Institutions, except those who are able to pay for the cost of maintenance. BABY’S TERRIBLE SUFFERING “When my baby was six months old, his body was completely covered with large sores that seemed to Itch and burn, and cause terrible suffering. The eruption began in pimples which would open and run, making large sores. His hair came out and finger nails fell off, and the sores were over the entire body, causing little or no sleep for baby or myself. Great scabs would com* off when I removed his shirt. “We tried a great many remedies, but nothing would help him, till a friend induced me to try the Cuticura Soap and Ointment I used the Cuti cura Soap and Ointment but a short time before I could see that he was improving, and in six weeks’ time he was entirely cured. He had suffered about six weeks before we tried the Cuticura Soap and Ointment, although we had tried several other things, and doctors, too. I think the Cuticura item edles will do all that is claimed for them, and a great deal more." (Signed) Mrs. Noble Tubman, Dodson, Mont., Jan. 28, 1911. Although Cuti cura Soap and Ointment are sold by druggists and dealers everywhere, a sample of each, with 32-page book, will be mailed free on application to "Cuticura,” Dept L, Boston. In the Dark. "Has that boy of yours who gradu ated from college last year found a Job that suits him yet?" “Nope. He’s still looking for one.” “Where’s he looking?” “Well, I don’t just know. He seems to do most of his looking nights.” Garfield Tea, the Incomparable laxative. Pleasant to take, pure, mild In action anA wonderfully health-giving. When a bachelor is landed by a leap year girl, he can imagine about how a fish out of water feels. lira. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children teething, softens the gums, reduces inflamma* Uon, allays pain, cures wind colic, S6c a bottle. A girl’s kisses are like pickles In a bottle —the first is hard to get, but the rest come easy. Be happy. Use Red Cross Bag Blue; much better than liquid blue. Delights the laundress. All grocers. A good night’s sleep is one of the few things people like that is good for them. THE SECRET OF LONG LIFE. Do not lip the spring, of lile by neglect of the human mechanism, by allowing the eeeumuletion of poison, in the system. An imitation of Nature's method of restoring waste of tissue and impoverishment of the blood and nervous strength is to take an alterative glyoerio extract (without aioohol) oi Golden Seal and Oregon grape root, Blood root, Stone and Mandrake root with Cherrybark. Over 40 years ago Dr. Pieroe gave to the publie this remedy, whioh he called Dr. Pierce’s Golden Medloal Discovery. Ha found it would help the blood in taking up the proper ele meets from food, help the liver into activity, thereby throwing out the poisons from the blood and vitalising the whole system as well as allaying and soothing a oough. No one ever takes cold unless constipated, or exhausted, and having what we call mal-nutrition,whioh is attended with impoverished blood and exhaustion of nerve foroa. The “ Discovery” is an all* nBfeHB round tonio which restores tone to the blood, nerves and heart by imitating Nature’s methods of restoring waste '■F of tissue, and feeding the nerves, heart and lungs on rich | I 9*, *s* W£ red blood. \ y B “I suffered from pain under my rlaht shoulder blade also a very \ ■■ ■ / severs eoueh.'* writes Mss. W, Doom, of New Brooklend, S. (X. to Dr. \ * A R. V. PiereaTßuffala, N. Y. !, Hsd four different doctors and none did me any rood. Some aald 1 hed eoneumptljaL othera eeld 1 would have jj—lXi V. to have an operation. I was bedridden, unable to alt up for six months 111 7 | I —and waa nothin? bat e live skeleton. Yon advised me to taka Dr. I \ I Pierce's Golden Medical Dtsoovery and Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. I \ ] 1 * When I had taken one bottle of the Discovery* 1 could sit un for on 1 I hour at a time, end when 1 bad taken three bottles I could do my ' conkbic and tana to the children. I took fourteen bottles In all and was sr»e Dcnx. than In good health. Hyweisht la new VSI pounds. PUTNAM FADELESS DYES powder jfjy-7 Wonderful in in Rf »*» never failing results, its W ■ \ \\ \ \ \ Wonderful in its economy. H ■ \ \\ \\ l 111/ I* co *t* I*** than the high-price H ■ \ Vi \\ \ if / / trust brands, but it is worth as \ \\ \\ \ if // much. It costs a trifle more than U \ 'X \\ \ II /1 the cheap and big can kinds — B \ v, \\ l 1/ Uit is worth more. But proves its real economy in the baking. V*BR(PR|R UmCALUMET—*• UoAmn^M^ ' Boy’s Idea. Willie was looking at the pictures In a magazine when suddenly he turned to his father and asked: “Pa, do co coanuts really grow on trees?" “Of course! Where did you think they grew?" “Why, pa, I always thought the monkeys laid 'em.” —Boston Tran script. 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