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EPITOMIZED FRO M TELEGRAPHIC REPORTS THAT COVER THE WEEK'S EVENTS. OF MOST INTEREST KEEPING THE READER POSTED ON MOST IMPORTANT CURRENT TOPICS. ffutcrc Newmtii>*r Union Tfow* Harriet ABOUT THE WAR. British forces arrive at Monastir. All of "old Serbia” now in hands of Invaders. Italy expected to declare war on Germany. Albanians cut off retreat of Serbs to their country. Eighty thousand Serbians taken prisoners to date. Earl Kitchener meets King Con stantine in Athens. French troop ship reported sunk with loss of 600 men. First contingent of German troops enters Constantinople. Allies declare economic and com mercial blockade of Greece. Fortifications of Gorizia almost de stroyed by Italian artillery. Italy prepares for formidable attack on Gorizia with 500,000 men. Allies demand that Greece demobil ize or join with them In war. Serbians making last stand before Monastir and on plains of Kossovo. Russians regain ground lost on Styr river and recapture Czartorysk. Austro-Germans pierce Russian line on Styr river and take 1,300 prison ers. Allies hold important war council In Paris and decide on course in Bal kans. Greek minister announces Serbs who flee across border will be dis armed. Artillery battles and explosion of mines constitute fighting in France and Belgium. Twelve killed and twenty-seven wounded in Udine, Italy, by Austrian aircraft bombs. Two British gunboats and auxiliary cruisers sunk off Egyptian coast by German submarines. Premier Carp has announced that Rumania will enter the war on the side of the Germans in December. Serbs may make final stand on his toric plain of Kossovo, where they lost independence to Turkey 600 years ago. England has issued an order in council forbidding British subjects of military age leaving the confines of the empire without a special permit. The French have checked the Bul garian advance after a battle on the Cerna river. The Germans and Aus trians, however, are slowly pounding their way into the heart of Serbia. WESTERN. The price of gasoline took another Jump of 1 cent, this being the sixth raise in price within ninety days. Montana was awarded the grand prize for the state exhibit of apples at the Panama-Pacific Exposition. At Salt Lake six Swedish girls, in cluding one said to have been Joseph Hillstrom’s sweetheart, acted as pall bearers at his funeral Sunday. Mrs. Thomas R. Marshall, wife of the vice president, was taken to a hospital at Indianapolis and will un dergo an abdominal operation. Approximately 160 wounded Villa soldiers, including General Trujillo, a Yaqui leader, who was shot through the jaw, arrived at Nogales, Sonora. Mayor William H. Thompson of Chi cago, whose name was filed with the Nebraska secretary of state as candi date for Republican nomination for President, will ask that his name be withdrawn. WASHINGTON. President Wilson went over a draft of his messages to Congress with the cabinet. America's protest against the plac ing of nearly all articles of commerce on the contraband lists of European belligerents will go to Germany and Austria, as well as to Great Britain and her allies. The program of official entertain ments at the White House, which will be resumed this winter after a lapse of a year, has been announced. The program shows several changes from that of previous years, due mostly to the European war. FOREIGN. Greece about to sign peace agree ment with Bulgaria, Berlin learns. The American schooner Helen W. Martin, which struck a mine, arrived at London. The vessel was bound from Archangel tor New York. Sunday being the sixty-first birth day of Pope Benedict, countless mes sages of felicitations arrived at the Vatican at Rome from all parts of the world. One of the missing boats of the Italian liner Ancona, recently sunk by a submarine, has been found beached near Taranto, Italy. It contained thir teen bodies. Efforts are being made by Great Britain, France and Russia to include China in the membership of the entente now aligned against the Ger manic powers. Egyptian postoffices are refusing to issue money orders for Greece. Insur ers are declining to write policies on Greek steamers, while'the banks re fuse to accept bills of lading for such vessels. At Kioto five beautiful Japanese maidens, peeresses of the realm, wearing rich and brilliant kimonos, danced an ancient dance of old Japan at a great state feast held to celebrate the coronation of Emperor Yoshlhito. Theodore Leschetitzky, teacher of the piano and composer, is dead at Dresden at the age of 85. He lived for many years at Vienna, but more recently at a villa near Dresden. He was the principal master of Paderew ski. The official report of the investiga tion into the s’ king of the Italian steamship Ancona by a submarine off the Tunisian coast, it was an nounced, was sent to Thomas Nelson Page, the United States ambassador at Rome. The investigation reached the conclusion that the submarine fired a shell against the wireless ap paratus on the Ancona without any warning. SPORT. Jack Dillon knocked out Frank Farmer, in the fourth round of a scheduled ten round fight at Oshkosh, Wis. At Cambridge, Mass., another Har vard football machine crushed Yale, 41 to 0, surpassing all previous scor ing records against the Eli’s. At Salt Lake City, Utah defeated the University of Southern California 20 to 13 in the best game and before the largest attendance of the season. jWelker Cochran, the boy bflllardist of Manson, lowa, and George Slosson, the New York veteran, won their matches at New York in the 18.2 handicap billiard tournament. Ed Hanlon, owner of the Sioux City baseball team, who has been acting president, officially announced at Omaha that he has received Norris “Tip” O’Neill’s resignation as presi dent of the Western league and form ally appointed Frank C. Zehrung as his successor. Saturday’s football results: Confer ence— Denver U. 7, Colorado U. 0. Local —Sacred Heart College 54, En glewood 0; Sacred Heart-Mines fresh man game postponed. State —Fort Morgan 21, Sterling 0; Greeley 15, Fort Collins 14; West Denver 13, Golden High 0; Aggie freshman 46; Laramie 7; Boulder Preps 28, Long mont High 12. GENERAL. A call for an extraordinary session of the Illinois Legislature to meet -Monday, Nov. 22, was issued by Gov ernor Dunne. The market production of sulphur in the United States last year, 327,- 634 long tons, was the greatest in the history of the industry.v Eugene V. Debs, Socialist candidate for President of the United States in 1900, 1904, 1908 and 1912, in a formal statement announced that he had de dined the fifth nomination for the presidency. Myron T. Herrick, former governor of Ohio and former ambassador of the United States to France, was one of the principal orators at the laying of the cornerstone of the McKinley birth place memorial at Niles, Ohio. Mayors of about forty cities from Maine to California have followed the example of Mayor Mitchell of New York, and have appointed com mittees to co-operate in national de fense preparation. The Rev. Father William Henry Ironsides Reaney, chaplain in the United States navy, who was with Admiral Dewey in the battle of Manila bay, died in a hospital in New York of acute stomach trouble. Joseph Hlllstrom’s execution at Salt Lake City for the murder of J. G. Morrison and Morrison’s son, Jan. 10, 1914, was followed by Governor Spry’s announcement that he would "dear the state of the lawless element that now infests It. 1 * THE CHEYENNE RECORD. The beauty of reading a tiresome book is that you can skip a tew pages without realizing the difference. To keep clean and healthy take Dr. Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets. They regulate liver, bowels and stomach. —Adv. Enough. ‘‘Still living out on Long island? I suppose the mosquitoes are all gone by this time." "Yes. but we still have the Long island railroad.” Getting at His Motive. “Will you have my seat?” he in quired politely. “On the ground that I am aged and decrepit?" the woman asked. “No, indeed, madam.” “That 1 am young and beautiful and possibly not averse to a flirtation?" "Certainly not. That is—” “Then It must be because you are a gentleman, in this respect differing from the fat person on the left and the Bcrawny specimen at the right. I am glad to learn your principles, sir, but here is my street. Good day.” CLEAN SWEET SCALP May Be Kept So by Cutlcura Soap and Ointment. Trial Free. To have good hair clear the scalp of dandruff and Itching with shampoos of Cutlcura Soap and touches of Cutl cura Ointment to dandruff spots and Itching. Nothing better than these pure, fragrant, supercreamy emol lients for skin and scalp troubles. Sample each free by mail with Skin Book. Address Cutlcura, Dept. XY, Boston. Sold everywhere.—Adv. The Water Cure. A Swedish farmer who lived on his wheat farm in Minnesota was taken ill, and his wife telephoned the doc tor. “If you have a thermometer/* an swered the physician, “take his tem perature. I will be out and see him presently.” An hour or so later, when the doc tor drove up, the woman met him at the door. “How is he?" asked the doctor. “Well," she said, "I bane put the barometer on him like you tell me, and It say, ‘Very dry/ so I give him a pitcher of vater to drink, and now he ban gone back to work." —Youth’s Companion. Natural Affinity. “She’s not a society belie, but she’s a duck of a girl.” "Then she ought to be in the swim." A wise woman never tries to enter tain her husband by singing to him in order to keep him home nights. Ha and learn how you can get a complete set of ■ p ONEIDA COMMUimTPA> PLATE J free by saving the trade-mark signature from Skinner packages. V-| __ Silverware of quality. Guaranteed ten years. Beauti ffil m H Skinner’s products are made from the finest durum wheat, in the M jy SI largest, cleanest and most sanitary macaroni factory in America. 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Canadian Government Agent It is seldom that the husband and wife both entertain affection for an other woman. Dr. Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets are the original little liver pills put up 40 years ago. They regulate liver and bowels.—Adv. The Species. “Did that genealogist find you a good family tree?" “A good one? It’s a peach!” The prettiest thing in feminine headgear is a good-humored face. Many a spinster is sorry she learned to say “no." Socially Successful. Mr. Brown's colored valet desired to entertain some of his friends, and his master contributed generously to the cause. The next morning Mr. Brown asked Mose if his party had been a success. Mose drew himself up a couple of inches above his usual height. "Was it a success, suh!" he ex claimed delightedly. "Well, suh, it sho’ wuz! Dey wuz 16 invited, and 20 dat come!” The woman who neglects her hus band’s shirt front is scarcely the wife of his bosom.