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LATE LIVE NEWS CONDENSED RECORD OR THE PROGRESS OF EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD FROM AITsODRCES BAYINOS, D O I N O S, ACHIEVE MENTS, SUFFERINGS, HOPEB AND FEARS OF MANKIND. Western Newspaner Union News Service. WEBTERN. Clarence M. Darrow, the Chicago lawyer, will be placed on trial in Los Angeles for alleged jury-tampering. One man was nftrtally. injured and three others seriously hurt in a revol ver fight participated in by 900 miners at Bend, 111. Totals footed now show $2,200 "pledged for the expenses of Pacific coast athletes sent to the Olympic games at Stockholm. Sixty remaining indictments and one criminal information still pending against Abraham Ruef, in San Fran cisco, will be dismissed. ' . The Colorado Fuel and Iron Com pany is defendant in a suit filed by the government in the United States Court in Denver for 5,000 acres of coal land valued at $1,000,000. With delegates already chosen from twenty-one of the thirty-two counties in Montana to the Republican state convention at Livingston, ’the propor tion of Taft to Roosevelt men is 2 to 1. Once a robber of banks and passen ger trains and later a federal life pris oner in the penitentiary at Columbus, Ohio., Al. J. Jennings is seeking the Democratic nomination for county at torney of Oklahoma county, Okla. Driven to desperation by hunger and inability to obtain emploVment, William Daaf,' who lives with his wife and five children in a basement in Chicago, has given away one of his children and offers to sell two others that they may find homes and food. Ray Wheeler, amateur aviator, is dead, and Pete Glasser, a champion, probably fatally injured, as a result of a plunge into a telegraph pole at Ken loch park, St. Louis. The accident oc curred when the aeroplane was caught in a whirlwind 100 feet above the earth. A heavy rainstorm, in some places a downpour, and in others accompa nied by a high wind which did damage of nearly $75,000, visited western Mis souri and Kansas as far west as Ness county in the central-west portion ot that state. In Ness county the rain amounted to almost a cloudburst. Paragraph 260 of the discipline of the Methodist Episcopal church still is undecided, and whether dancing, card playing and kindred amusements are to be left only to the “conscience” ot the members of the church remains a bone of contention in the committee on the state of the church. Western members of Congress are already receiving letters from their constituents, protesting against the Nelson resolution which proposes to in vestigate the government inspection of meats. The continuation of such an Investigation must mean serious loss to the live stock industry of the range states. WASHINGTON. The House agreed, 173 to 57, to the conference report of the general pen sion bill providing pensions up to $1 a day for veterans of the Civil and Mex ican wars. There will be no recess of Congress, except it may be for a week when the national conventions are in session; and Congress cannot possibly adjourn before the middle of September. Investigation into charges against Judge Robert W. Archbald of the Commerce Court by the judiciary com mittee of the House will be prolonged. The committee has determined to sum mon many more witnesses. Uncle Sam is gradually adding the motorcycle to all governmental de partments. The latest recruit is in the War Department. Color Sergeant Von Lang of the 11th Cavalry, at Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia, has a motorcycle and is riding rings around his brother officers on the field. After a bitter fight the House in . committee of the whole overruled its fla mmlttee and restored to the legis "Wutive appropriation bill the regular appropriations to continue operating the various assay offices and contin uing coinage operations at the San Francisco mint. This change Involves a decrease from the amount recom mended for the Denver mint to the usual yearly appropriation. • FOREIGN. Sam Langford, the heavyweight negro boxer of Boston, defeated Jim Barry, the Chicago heavyweight. In Melbourne, Australia. Barry was completely outclassed and the referee stopped the fight in the eleventh round. Mme. Navratll of Nice, France, who claimed that the two waifs saved from the Titanic and being cared for in New York are her children, has Iden tified them by photographs sent to her. She will sail on the Oceanic for New York to claim her sons. Victor Louis Mason, an American. Identified with extensive mining inter ests, and at one time private secretary to Oen. A. R. Alger, American secre tary of war, was killed while making a night at BrooklatidB, England, with the English aviator, E. V. Fisher. Fisher was .'iso killed. Conceding his defeat in the Initial battle before Conejos, Mexico, Gen. Pnscual Orozco is by no means dis splrited. "The revolution has just be gun," he said, “and we are. confident that we will ultimately overthrow Madcro, for a just revolution will al ways triumph. Lack of food and wa ter for our men and horses, as well as the better artillery of the federals, caused our defeat. We had Insecure positions and retreated for strategic reasons. Our losses were light. SPORT. WESTERN LEAGUE STANDING. _ Won. Lost. Pet. Denver 16 7 .696 St. Joseph 13 10 .665 Des Moines 11 10 .524 Omaha . .. .W 12 11 .622 Topeka 11 11 .600 Wichita 9 13 .409 Sioux City 9 14 .391 Lincoln 8 13 .381 Jack White, the Chicago feather weight, was an easy victor over Frankie Conley of Kenosha, WIs., at the Vernon arena, Los Angeles. Eddie Johnson of Pueblo and Phil Knight of Kansas City have been matched for a ten-round fight before the Pneblo Athletic Club, May 20. Paul Koehler of Cleveland was giv en a decision over Clarence (Wildcat) Ferns of Kansas City after ten rounds of furious fighting before the Grand Avenue Athletic Club. Kansas City. Ad Wolgast, lightweight champion, left-San Francisco for St. Joseph, Mo., bearing two black eyes, three stitches in his upper lip and an aching back as the result of his four-round bout with Willie Ritchie. - ✓ GENERAL. Union men of Kansas City have been asked not to drink the beer of breweries now involved in a strike. The recall, initiative and referendum have been written into the Duluth, Minn., charter by an overwhelming vote. A severe rain and wind storm which swept over Chicago recently caused the deaths of two men and the injury of several others. As a result of a battle which took place on the streets of Jellico, Ky„ in which twenty-five men were involved, two people are dead and several are injured. Wireless messages from the steamer Montgomery, which was dispatched re cently to search the sea for victims of the Titanic, reports the recovery of four bodies. With 250 delegates, the Socialist Na tional convention was organized in In dianapolis. The convention will form ulate its platform and will nominate candidates for President and vice pres ident of the United States. The heaviest rain in months fell at New Orleans, accompanied by hail and high wind. One-half inch of wa ter fell within five minutes, while the wind reached a velocity of thirty miles an hour. Every street in the busi ness section of the city was flooded. A federation of the peace societies of the United States, under the name National Council of Peace and Arbitra tion, was effected in conference in Washington of representatives of the principal peace societies of the coun try. As a reward for his honesty in re turning stock certificates valued at $510,000 which he found in Exchange place. New York, James Dowl, a mes senger boy of fifteen, who is employed by a Wall street news agency, was given 25 cents. Strike ballots have been sent to the members of the Federation of Feder ations to determine whether the shop men employer on forty-seven railroads west and south of Chicago shall Btrlke In sympathy with the men now out on the Hacrlman lines. The grand jury at Fort Smith, Ark., which has been investigating the lynching of Sanford Lewis, a negro, the night of March 23d, has returned Indictments against twenty-three per sons and scored city authorities for alleged inefficiency in falling to dis perse the mob which broke into the jail, dragged Lewis forth and hanged him on a main street MERGES TWO IN ONE. Teacher —What la a "merger," John ny? Johnny—A minister. Appropriate. Willis —Why do you call your ma chine a "she?" Qlllis—It is said to be the “last word" In an automobile construction. —Judge. If You. LiKe a Little Quiet Fun Ask some pompous person if Grape-Nuts Food helps from the editor. build the brain. He Forgot That He Had a Stomach Chances are you cel a withering sneer and a hiss of denunciation. JSSZZSTiZZ&Stt Then sweetly play with the learned toad. *5322 Tl Ask him to tell you the analysis of brain material and ne ''T paper ' .1 I • t f' M . 1 To keep hie mental faculties con tne analysis Ot Lirape-INuts. Btantly In good working order, the •<n M % \t/L I i . . . . editor must keep his physical powers uont know/ wny, 1 supposed you based your opinions U p to the highest rate of efficiency, on exact knowledge instead of pushing out a conclusion like vou Nothing win so quickly upset the 1 j s •» J whole system as badly selected food would a sneeze. and a disordered stomach. It there* •«\T/_n _ . , i | « . * fore follows that he should have well, now your tire IS punctured, lets Sit down right food, which can be readily "1 like good friends and repair it.” slmllated, and which furnishes true _ _ * _ brain nourishment. The bhlky materials of brain sue water and albumin, "My personal experience in the use but these things cannot blend without a little worker known a* Phuadeunihi “edimr, 81 -™ eTactiy as Phosphate of Potash, defined as a .“mineral salt” agrees with your advertised claim as _ to their merits that any further ex- One authority, Geohegan, shows in his analysis of brain, position in that‘direction would seem 3 ?. P® r c *p‘ tota 1 of mineral salts, over one-half being Phosphoric *£ Acid and Potash combined, (Phosphate of Potash) 2.91 per cent the flve years that i have used them n . , i . /. , that 1 do not feel Justified In with oeaunis, another authority, shows Phosphoric Acid and holding my testimony. Potash (Phosphate of Potash) more than one-half the total "? e " eraI ' hlsl ? u . vln *;;’ w,th . aU mineral salts, being 73.44 per cent in a total of 101.07. generous tabiT broug'iu abom indi- Analysis of Grape-Nuts shows Potassium and Phos- ness'Tt n”ght y ana S 1ks7i t t ude r 7n I< u^ phorus (which join and make Phosphate of Potash) is morning, accompanied by various considerable more than one-half of all the mineral during workingTcTurs" 8 sensaUons Salts in the food. .. “The doctor diagnosed the condl- I-, _ _ t • l . . tlon as cu-tarrh of the stomach,’ and L>r.L»eo.W.(Jarey, an authority on the constituent elements prescribed various medicines, which of the body, says: “The gray matter of die brain is controlled ™ ™ t n 0 ° *° e o,i d0es I / flaa " y entirely by the inorganic cell-salt, Potassium Phosphate (Phosphate and coffee and heavy meat dishes, of Potash). This salt unites with albumin and by the addition of “ pt .®J ° rap ®' Nu , ts and Poatum oxygen creates nerve fluid or the gray matter of the brain. Of i can conscientiously say, and i course, there is a trace of other salts and other organic matter in ' w,sh to sa y with an the emphaaia nerve fluid, but Potassium Phosphate is the chief factor, and has fhfffhty have the power within itself to attract, by its own law of affinity, lclnes never did, and more than any all things needed to manufacture the elixir of life.'* £££ food that ever came °” my Further on he says: “The beginning and end of the “Myexperience isthat theGrap*- matter is to supply the lacking principle, and in molecular ened both brain and nerves to a most form exactly as nature furnishes it in vegetables, fruits and positive degree. How it docs it i grain. 1 O supply denciencies this IS the only law Ot cure. breakfasting on Grape-Nuts food ona Brain is made of Phosphate of Potash as the ut atone ‘stomach °roubi£-"ittafta principal Mineral Salt, added to albumin and water. my opinion, the most beneficial u well as the most economical food on Grape-Nuts contains that element as more than market, and has absolutely no r —rj* rr- . . i , rival.” Name given by Poatum Col. one-naif of all its mineral salts. Battle creek, Mich. Every day's use of brain wears away- a little. Suppose your kind of food does not contain Phosphate of Potash. How are you going to rebuild today the worn-out parts of yesterday? And if you. don’t, why shouldn’t nervous prostration and brain-fag result? Remember, Mind does not work well on a brain that is even partly broken down from lack of nourishment. It is true that other food besides Grape-Nuts contains varying quantities of Brain food. Plain wheat and barley do. But in Grape-Nuts there is a certainty. And if the elements demanded by Nature, are eaten, the life forces have the needed material to build from. A healthy brain is important, if one would “do things” in this world. A man who sneers at “Mind” sneers at the best and least understood part of himwJI. That part which some folks believe links us to the Infinite. Mind asks for a healthy brain upon which to act, and Nature has defined a way to iml« a healthy brain and renew it day by day as it is used up from work of the previous day. Nature’s way to rebuild is by the use of food which supplies the things required. “There’s a Reason” for I r j Grape-Nuts POSTUM CEREAL COMPANY, LIMITED, BATTLE CREEK, MICHIGAN, U.9LA. The Largest Bene. "Great Paul," the bell of St. Paul’s Cathedral, In London, weighs nearly 17 tons and Is nearly 30 feet around. The first "Big Ben” of Westminster was cast more than 60 years ago and weighed more than 14 tons. But “Big Ben" bad a crack and was cast over, losing some weight, and the clapper was made smaller, now being about 600 pounds Instead of a ton. The great bell, "Peter of York," cost |10,- 000, weighs about 13 tons and is 22 feet In diameter. The largest hanging bell In the world Is In the great Buddhist monas tery near Canton. It la 18 feet In height and 40 feet In circumference, being cast of solid bronse. This Is one of the eight monster bells that were cast by command of Emperor Yung Lo about A. D. 1400. It cost the lives of eight men, who were killed In the process of casting. “Do those people who moved Into the flat across the hall seem to be de sirable neighbors?" aslfed the man. "No,” replied the woman. "I watch ed everything tfiat came out of the moving van. They haven't a thing that we would care to borrow." THE DOCTOR: "DISCOVERED!* A Candid Man. “Are you looking for workT” "No, air; I’m looking for money, but I’m willing to work becauae tbat’a the only way I can get It.” It’s an easy matter to forget an In jury, provided you don’t keep forget ting you have forgotten it.