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LATE LIVE NEWS CONDENSED RECORD OF THE PROGRESS OF EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD. FROM ALL SOURCES \ BAYINGS, DOINGS, ACHIEVE MENTS, SUFFERINGS, HOPES AND FEARS OF MANKIND. Western Newspaper Union New* Service. WESTERN. Captain Cornelius G. Collins was ar rested at Chicago on a charge of for gery at the request of the Baltimore police. San Francisco, the western termi nus of the Lincoln highway, celebrated at a mass meeting the dedication of the route. Charles A. Chapin, who died a few day ago, left an estate estimated at M,651,000, according to the will which was filed in Chicago. . Grafton Stevens and his wife, wealthy residents of Wilmette, a suburb of Chicago, were burned to death, seeking to save a pet dog. 'Gus Lindefker, an inmate of the state asylum for the insane, was beaten to death at Kankakee, 111., by Peter Lichter, another inmate. Mrs. Minnie Weyer, a widow, was elected to the postmastership at Cornipg, Kan., over five men oppon ents. Mrs. Weyer was 106 ahead of her closest competitor. Mayor Harrison of Chicago has dis closed that he is of Indian descent. He basis his claim to having pure American blood in his veins through having the famous Indian princess, Pocahontas, as an ancestor. Firemen A. J. Wessa and M. H. Davis were killed and Brakeman F. E. Carmen had his leg cut off when a westbound train crashed headon into an eastbound freight on the Oregon Short line at Soda Springs, Ida. Irl Louck and Charles Underhill, each thirteen years old, pleaded guilty at Joplin, Mo., in Circuit Court to hav ing murdered Phillip Burton, a hot tamale vender, a year ago, and were given life sentences in the peniten tiary. Women deputies, representing the Oregon game warden's office, are ar resting women wearing aigrettes and taking them to the warden’s office, where the prohibited plumes are re moved. Wearing of the plumes was prohibited by an act of the last Leg islature. An agreement for a decrease in wages is to bo submitted to the fire men and engineers of the railroads west of Chicago, when they meet in that city November 10, with the Gen eral Manager’s Association, to de mand increases in pay, according to word received in Denver. D. T. Dillon, who with his wife and daughter was shot at the Dillon farm some days ago, died at Ray, N. D. The death of Dillon destroys an important link of evidence on which the author ities held Cleve Culbertson. Feeling runs high and the j(WI in which Cul bertson is held is being guarded. Dil lon, in a dying statement, accused Cul bertson of the crime. WASHINGTON. Mrs. Woodrow Wilson has accepted' the position of honorary vice-chairman of the woman's department of the Na tional Civic Federation. Attorney General Mcßeynolds has directed United States marshals to be cautious in removing deputy marshals from the protection of the civil serv ice. Paymaster U. S. Ammen, U. S. N., retired, died at the Mare Island hos pital at Vallejo, Cal., after having been treated for several months for tuber culosis of the brain. The sale of interchangeable mileage books with the requirement that the coupons be exchanged for tickets be fore a journey is begun, was held by the Interstate Commerce Commission to be neither disreiminatory nor in violation of the law. r' A resolution calling upon President Wilson to furnish the House with a complete list of all executive depart ment officials absent from duty dur ing the last four weeks to engage in political activities, was introduced by Representative Britton of Illinois. A block of Colorado marble in scribed with the coat of arms of Colo rado was placed in the collection of state memorial stones that decorates the Interior of the Washington monu ment. The block, which Is four by two feet and six inches deep, was placed on the 290-foot landing of the monument. FOREIGN. In an editorial the London Nation ■harply criticises the policy of Great ' Britain in Mexico. [ A dispatch received at Dallas, Tex., says Chihuahua City, Mexico, has been evacuated by tederals. James W. Gerard, the new American ambassador, was received in audlenco at Potsdam by the German emperor at. the imperial palace. A Bucharest despatch to The Lon don Telegraph reports that three oil wells, including the famous Columbia well, in the rich Morenl region, are on fire. The officials designated to supervise the returns of the election of deputies have declared elected eleven out of the twelve candidates to represent the fed eral district in Mexico. Charles Dean was acquitted In the assizes court at New Westminster, B„ C„ of complicity in the robbery of the New Westminster branch of the Bank of Montreal, September 15, 1911, when $255,000 was stolen. General Venustlano Carranza, leader of the Mexican Constitutionalists, an nounced at Nogales that he would make a formal appeal to Washington for recognition of the belligerency of the Mexican insurgents. Women of Mexico are playing a prominent part in the welfare of the .southern republic, either as "solda deros,” foraging successfully for their men folk In the armies or occasionally as actual fighters. Many women have left their homes rather than remain alone, and a few of them have gone under flrp from motives of revenge. The mayor of Nome, Alaska, in a cablegram to the Seattle Chamber of Commerce, said many persons were destitute as a result of the recent storm that destroyed part of the city and,would- need financial aid or trans portation. He said $50,000 will be re quired to carry Nome through the long winter and asked for government assistance. SPORT. The Army was beaten by Notre Dame at West Point, N. Y., 35 to 13. Navy’s football eleven easily de feated the Lehigh university team at Annapolis, Md„ by a score of 39 to 0. Colgate found Yale's much vaunted defense more of a tradition than an actuality and defeated the Blue 16 to G at New Haven, Conn. Joe Bayley, former Canadian light weight champion, knocked out • Jack White of Chicago in the ninth round of a scheduled fifteen-round boxing bout at Vancouver, B. C. The Boulder Preps won the cham pionship of the Northern Interscho lastic Football league at Boulder by defeating the Loveland High school by a score of 21 to 0. The strength of the Crimson first line players and the weakness of the second-string men were brought out in Harvard’s game at Cambridge, Mass., against Cornell, which the Crimson j won with apparent ease, 23 to 6. Ames Played Nebraska for one quarter at Ames, scoring nine points in the first; but the Cornhuskers came back with a terrific attack, Intersper sing fierce line plunges with forward passes. The final score was; Nebras ka 18, Ames 9. Fighting for every yard, but lacking the final punch that spelled victory or defeat, the Orange and Gold-clad war riors of Colorado college and the sil ver and gold of the University of Colo rado battled for sixty minutes of ac tual play on Gamble sea at Boulder without a score. The Sealship Oyster Company ol New York and BostoS, a $4,500,000 cor poration, was placed in the hands ol receivers on an application in the Fed eral Court of the Old Colony Trust Company of Boston, trustees of its $2,500,000 convertible bonds. The oys ter company defaulted interest bond? last July. GENERAL. Dorsey Kelley, twenty-four, a farm hand, at Frederick, Md., shot and killed Miss Mary Fleming, daughter of his employer, and then committed suicide. The special train bearing the body of Charles G. Gates, son of the late John W. Gates, who died at Cody, Wyo., reached New York, and wai taken to the apartments of Mrs. John W. Gates, where it remained until the funeral Sunday. Coal mine strikes affecting 675 min ers in Oklahoma and Arkansas were adjusted amicably. Five hundred mer returned to the Oklahoma company’l mines at Dewar, Okla., and 175 men tc the Eureka coal Company's mine al Montana, Ark. John A. Hennessey, former Gover nor Sulzer’s graft investigator, whc has been campaigning against Tam many hall, testlfed on the witnesi stand that William J. Conners ol Buffalo had told him of having col lected $26,000 from Jams* Stewart, I state barge canal contractor, at th< request of Charles F. Mnrohv, THE CHEYENNE RECORD. Wild Honey. The honey that comes out of a bee tree is not always as sweet as the old time compliment, “sweet as a bee tree,” might lead one to suppose, The bees that run wild do not seem to have the fine taste in nectar that their do mesticated cousins have. Sometimes there are poisonous spots in wild hon ey—at least there are legends to that effect —and often, if the colony Is old and the comb large, the honey is black as night. But the bee-hunter now, alas, to be classed with professionals that have passed on, cared little about discolora tion and worried not at all about poi son. To And a bee tree meant the ex ercise of keen eyesight, woodcraft, pa tience and judgment. The wandering bee seemed to have a prejudice against going straight to the hive. He mosey ed along from flower to flower, stop ped to talk or fight with a fellow bee, or, if he knew he was being followed, dived into thickets and hummed straight across some bottomless bog. So when the right tree was located, and the comb laid bare, it was well won. It was as treasure trove, earned by the blisters on the shoveler’s hands. Logical Conclusion. A little girl was walking along the street with her brother, when she saw a one-armed man. It was the first time in her life that she had ever seen a man without an arm, and she wanted to know all about it. Her mother explained, in answer to her questions, that the man had probably met with an accident of some kind and that his arm would never grow back. The little girl thought for a moment, and then said: "Well, if the Lord made us, it seems to me like he ought to keep us in repair.”—Judge. GIRLS! GIRLS! TRY IT, BEAUTIFY YOUR HAIR Make It Thick, Glosiy, Wavy, Luxur iant and Remove Dandruff—Real Burprlee for You. Your hair becomes light, wavy, fluf fy, abundant -and appears as soft, lus trous and beautiful as a young girl’s after a "Danderine cleanse.” Just try this—moisten a cloth with a little Danderine and carefully draw it through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. This will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt and excessive oil and in Just a few moments you have doubled the beauty of your hair. Besides beautifying the hair at once, Danderine dissolves every particle of dandruff; cleanses, purifies and invig orates the scalp, forever stopping itch ing and falling hair. But what will please you most will be after a few weeks’ use when you will actually see new hair —fine and downy at first —yes —but really new hair—growing all over the scalp. If you care for pretty, soft hair and lots of it, surely get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton’s Danderine from any store and just try it. Adv. Same Old Suit. Hemmandhaw —Here is an interest ing article on dress. Mrs. Hemmandhaw—What is It all about? H.—A lecturer describes the clothes which women will he wearing 100 years from now. Mrs. H. —Huh! That doesn’t interest me a particle. H.—Why not? Mrs. H. —Because, unless something wonderful happens. 1 will still be wearing the same old blue velvet suit I’ve had ever since we were married.— Youngstown Telegram. 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