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OF FRESH NEWS THE LATEBT IMPORTANT DIS PATCHES PUT INTO SHORT, CRISP PARAGRAPHS. STORY OfThE WEEK SHOWING THE PROGRESS . OP EVENTS IN OUR OWN AND POREIGN LANDS. W„t,rn Ncwapaiwr Union New* Service. WESTERN. Captain David C. Hanks, aged eigh ty-seven years, a first cousin of Abra ham Lincoln, died at his home at Al bany, 111. Twenty persona were Injured when two street cars crashed together on the L road at the James Btreet sta tion in Kansas City. Mrs. Perry Starkweather, head of the department of women and children of the Mlnnesato bureau of labor, died suddenly at St. Paul. Fire at Los Angeles destroyed the warehouse of the Times-Mirror Pub lishing Company, the holding company of the Los Angeles Times. Henry Chester Hepburn, said to have been the oldest telegraph opera tor In the country, died at his home at Babylon, N. Y., aged eighty-Blx. William A. Pfeffer, elghty-one, ex- United States senator from Kansas died at Topeka. A complication of troubles and old age caused his death. Governor Woodrow Wilson of New Jersey, Democratic candidate for President, was listened to by 15,000 people when he spoke at the Denver Auditorium. J. H. Bartley, said to be the son of a wealthy family of New Bedford, Mass., shot and killed Miss Louise Gelinas of Boston, and then killed him self at Salt Lake. In order to be with his beloved em peror and following the example of General Nogl of Japan, I. Takana, fif ty-four, a Japanese, committed suicide at Rock Springs, Wyo. Mrs. John R. Early was granted a divorce from John R. Early, the leper; now at Diamond Point hospital at Ta coma, Waßh. She was given the cus tody of the three children and $55 of Early’s salary of $95 a month for act ing as keeper of another leper. With the settlement of the Pennsyl vania electoral dispute by the substi tution of Taft electors for Roosevelt men at Harrisburg, all electoral con troversies in different states, the Re publican national committee an nounced. have been adjusted, with the exception of that In California. Word has been received at Butte, that the two-year wage agreement between mine owners and coal min ers In Montana and northeastern Wy oming has ben ratified by the referen dum of the various locals of the Unit ed Mine Workers. Work at all the coal mines or the state which w-as sus pended October 1 has been resumed. SPORT. The proposed Wolgast-Mandot fight is announced for~November 4 at New Orleans. Eddie McGoorty won from Jack Denning In the fifth round at New -York, when Denning quit, claiming a foul. Clarence L. Childs, known familiarly by baseball fans as “Cupid” Childs, is dying of Bright’s disease at his home in Baltimore. The Boston Americans overcame the New York Nationals by 4 to 3, be fore more than 35,000 persons, in the first game of the world series at New York. Sunday funerals, Sunday baseball, Sunday nickel shows and Sunday auto mobile riding, were all put under the ban by the Methodist conference at Chicago. The Kentucky endurance stakes for four miles on the Churchill Downs course at Louisville was won by So temia, establishing a world’s record of 7:10 4-5. The much-heralded ability of the Aggie football squad was demonstrat ed to be pretty close to correct at Fort Collins when the farmers defeat ed Denver university by a score of 14 to 13. In ten rounds of faEt and vicious fighting at Albuquerque, N. M., Benny Chavez, bantamweight champion of v the Rocky mountains,wasgiven a close decision over Tommy Ryan .of San Francisco. In tho semi-final, Charley Pierson, the "Fighting Newsboy,” wel terweight of Denver, and A1 Smaul dllng, the Albuquerque middleweight, fought eight rounds, Pierson getting a newspaper decision. FOREIGN. Tbe war minister, Nazim Pasha, has been appointed supreme commander of the Turkish force. The Turkish cabinet, it is stated on good authority, has accepted the main chief peace proposals made by Italy. A massacre of Turks occurred at Turtukai, in Bulgaria, near the Rou manian frontier, says a dispatch from Oltenitza. The Montenegrins have captured Detchitch mountain. The Turkish com mander and officers, with many sol diers, have surrendered. Cleo Boulanger, a young French- Canadlan of Montreal, fired two bul lets Into the arm of his wife and then mortally wounded himself in the crowded dining room of a Vancouver, y. C., hotel In a gallant assault, American ma rines and bluejackets drove the Nica raguan revolutionary leader, General Zeledon and his forces from Coyotepe and Barrancas hills, near Massaya, after thirty-seven .minutes of fighting, but in the action four privates of the marine corps were killed and a num ber were wounded. A Laredo, Tex., dispatch states that a rebel force of eighteen hundred, un der Cheche Campos, practically an nihllated one hundred and fifty feder ate near Herma. Of the federal force only seventeen escaped. Among the dead are four officers. Including Col onel Tello, commander. WASHINGTON. Uncle Sam’s cavalry is up against the problem of another "horse fam ine." The sum of $265,000 was collected and spent in the campaign for Presi dent Taft's renomination. Tbe second salary advance for rural letter carriers made in the last four years is now in effect. J. Pierpont Morgan told the Clapp investigating committee that he con tributed $150,000 to the Republican campaign in 1904. Eight privates of Battery F. Third United State Field artillery, were In jured by a premature explosion of a shell at Tobyhanna, Pa. With military honorp due his rank. Rear Admiral Lucien Young, who died in New York, was buried in Arling ton National cemetery. American Minister Weitzel reported t.o the State Department that all or ganized resistance of the Nicaraguan government appears to have ended. Soldiers were paid offhand mustered out. Males have increased more rapidly than females in the United States be tween the years 1900 and 1910, accord ing to figures recently compiled by Di rector Durand of the federal census bureau. The adoption of a federal leasing plan for the operation of western coal mines soon is to become a reality, despite the fact that Congress failed to sanction the idea as incorporated in the Nelson bill of the Sixty-first Congress. GENERAL. Joseph Stevenson of Mineopla, N. Y., who fell from his biplane, died at Birmingham, Ala. A well-developed case of yellow fever was taken from the British steamer Chaucer when the vessel arrived at Quarantine station at New Orleans. Mrs. William F. Brown of Columbus, Ohio, died following several months’ Illness with malaria fever, caused by a mosquito bite, according to physl cions. By nearly a unanimous vote the California grand lodge of Masons at Los Angeles adopted a resolution ex cluding from membership any one en gaged in the saloon business. Five hundred women of questionable reputation have been driven out of Co lumbus, Ohio, and practically all the saloons with cheap grill rooms at tached have been closed by a special vice squad of police. “Red Phil" Davidson, the burly ped dler who killed “Big Jack” Zelig, near ly paid his own life for that deed be fore he had spent an hour in the Tombs. A fifteen-pound iron bucket was dropped from the cell gallery above his own, aimed apparently at Davidson’s head. By chance he saw it and dodged, saving his skull. American Consul Dye left Douglas, Ariz., for Colonia Morelos, clothed with authority from the State Depart ment at Washington to restore Mor mon homes occupied by Mexicans to their rightful owners. Preceding him are 300 Mexican federal troops with instructions to co-operate in the Ameri can consul’s mission. Coming as the climax to a season marked by the unusual, a dainty lunch eon was served to attractive young women at Los Angeles In the plunge at Ocean Park. There may be no reg ular mermaids, but tbe members of the Ocean Park Twilight Club made the nearest approach to' the fabled daughters of the sea yet recorded on the Pacific coast. MORAL FOR THE MONEY-MAD Hop* of Becoming Millionaire* About on a Par With the Washer woman’* Delusion. Prof. Warren M. Beidler of Bethel, Pa., In a recent address made the striking assertion that the American people, money-mad, taught their chil dren how to earn a Hvlng, but not how to live. “There Is no yller, and there Is no vainer ambition," said Professor Beld ler to a reporter, “than that of the American boy to become a millionaire. What percentage of our boys do be come millionaires? It would take a good many decimals to work that out, believe me! “The boys who sets his heart on a million fares like the washerwoman who set her heart on a cross-eyed aeronaut “ ‘I hear you married that cross-eyed aeronaut last week?" said a friend. “ ‘Yes, I did,’ replied the washer woman, as she rocked back and forth over her tub. “Yes, I married him, and I gave him S6OO out of my bulldln’ association to start an airship fac tory.’ “ 'That sot’ said the friend. ‘Where Is he now?* “‘I don't know,’ said the washer woman. ‘l'm waitin’ for him to come back from his honeymoon.' “ INTENSE ITCHING WITH RASH 338 W. 20th St., Los Angeles, Cal.— **Th« akin affection began In a little red colored rash on my right leg, and gradually spread to other parts of my body. Then small pimples appeared and later several bolls on my leg. The skin around the bolls was at first bright red, and afterwards became darker colored. The clothing Irritat ed the sores. The pain caused ner vousness and loss of sleep, and the Itching was Intense. After using vari ous remedies for about alx months I saw bow a person afflicted with skin disease was cured by using Cutlcura Soap and Ointment "I bathed the sores with Cutlcura Soap and hot water and then applied Cutlcura Ointment and after about six months' constant treatment the sores gradually healed, leaving the skin soft and smooth. Cutlcura Soap and Ointment effected a complete cure.” (Signed) H. A. Robinson, Feb. 24. 1912. Cutlcura Soap and Ointment sold throughout the world. Sample of each free, with 82-p. Skin Book. Address post-card “Cutlcura, Dept L, Boston.” Adv. Explains the Undertaker’s Grouch. "Who is that fellow Bitting humped up and muttering to himself out there on the horse block?” "Aw, that's Ezra Toombs, the under taker,” replied the landlord of the Skeedee tavern. “He’s feeling sore over the way his business haß been going of late. You see, the doctor gave Judge Feebles two weeks to live; that was six weeks ago, and the Judge Is up and around now and flggerin’ on marryln’ again. Every time Ezra meets the doctor he asks him, 'How about it, hey?’ and they have a row. And now he's sittin’ out there watch ing u tramp painter gilding the weath er vane of the church across the street. Ezra says, by Heck, he's about ready to move away, things is so dead here.” —Kansaß City Star. Protected Both Ways. Two conservative ladies of old fashioned notions were traveling in the west and, becoming interested in a young girl on the train, finally asked why she was making so long a Jour ney alone. They were greatly Bhocked nt her blithe explanation; “Well, you see, my mother and Btep- Cather live at one end of the Journey, and my father and stepmother live at the other. They send me to each other twice a year, bo there Isn’t a bit of danger with four parents all on the lookout!” Wise Young Man. That was a very wise Cambridge student of Whom the London story tellers were talking some time ago. One of bis college friends finding him self without funds, went to this Sol omon of students to borrow. He found him in bed. Seizing him by the Blioul der, he shook him. “1 say,” he said, "are you asleep?" “Why do you ask?” queried the other, sleepily. “I want to borrow a sovereign.” “Yes,” said the other, turning over and closing his eyes. “I’m asleep.” No Such Aspersion. “Do you get a stipend for your weekly work?” "Nothin’ like t£at. I git reg!lar pay.” Big Difference. "Did you have any osculatory enter tainment at your party?” "No; only some kissing games.” PUTNAM FADELESS DYES Color more roods brighter and faster colon thm *ny other dye. One 10c package color* el! fiber*. Tbeydyelncold w*ter better than any other dye, Tooqa gaTiny gaSmt without ripping opart. Writ* far ftw booklet—How to By». Bl—* md MjxOnton. MONBOE PBUO COMWUIT, fliahair. 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"Let's go over and watch the artil lery.” No doubt many a woman’s hap piness would bubble over if she could only get thin worrying about how fat she is. It is easy for a girl to pretend to love an old millionaire and fool him into thinking it Is real. His Point of Vantage. The mayor of a small town was try lng a negro for abusing his wife. Sh( claimed he got drunk and tried t» beat her and she hit him. The mayor turned to their little glr and asked: "Girl, was father under 'thi influence of whisky when your mothe) hit him?” “No, sah! He was under the kltchei table.” Bhe very quickly replied.— Mack’s National Monthly. ' Usual One. 1 "What is the latest thing whlcl Mrs. Cooke has In the way of > pickle?” "I guess It Is her husband." rTBackache I Kidneys and Bladder I Ship Broom Corn mJmiTO USHMM Sailing Agents American Society of Equity For this market write for quotations Coyne Brothers IOO W. SOUTH WATER 8TR., CHICAGO W. N. U, DENVER, NO. 42-1912.