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IN PARAGRAPHS SAUftHT FROM THE NETWORK OF WIRES ROUND ABOUT THE WORLD. DURING THE PAST WEEK RECORD OF IMPORTANT EVBNTB CONDENSED FOR BUSY PEOPLE. WSBTERN Armed raider* In automobile* swooped down on the South Pacific railroad abopa at Colfax, Calif., and after firing several volley* at the win* dows, which were shattered, and at the walla of the plant, withdrew as mysteriously as they had coma. Mo* body was Injured. Harold Anderson, alias Eugene Mil ton, charged with grand larceny, es caped from the Silver Bow, Mont, county jail by sawing the bars on a fourth floor window and lowering him* self to the ground by a rope made of blankets. Jack Brown, held on a va grancy charge, was caught by a dep uty as he was attempting to follow An derson. Earl E. Patterson, teller In the Lum bermen’s Trust Bunk at Portland, ar rested recently charged with embezzle ment of $34,600, has made a confes sion, according to the police, admitting Shortages extending over a period of eighteen months and had said "J. C. Osier, an automobile denier, received the proceeds.” A warrant was Issued for Osier. Eight of the sixty members of the United Stutes Nuval Academy of 1881, who have been attending u reunion of the class In Toklo, returned to this country a few days ago on the United Btates transport Logan. Secretary of the Navy Denby, a member of the class, and the rest of the party are ex pected to arrive on the transport Hen derson about Sept. 1. But for her presence of mind, Mary Miles Mlnter might have suffered se rious disfigurements recently when she was thrown Into a window In the vestibule of her private railroad car by the Jar of a switch engine, at Vic tor, Idaho. Throwing up her arms, the petite blonde star escaped with a se vere cut on her left arm and numer ous scratches and brulshes about her tody. The public of the United States and the world at large has been “deliber ately misinformed as to the results of prohibition In San Francisco,” and “there has been a decided increase In the number of Inmates In state cor rective Institutions since prohibition began,” the Grain Trade Association of the Ban Francisco Chamber of Com merce said In resolutions made public recently. The total monthly arrests In the city for Intoxication have “steadily and rapidly Increased since the first month of prohibition,” the resolution said. They continued that not only has there been an Increase In the number of Inmates In state prisons, Insane asylums and Institu tions for the feeble-minded, tyut a decided Increase In serious crime. WASHINGTON American citizens sending parcel post packages to Mexico no longer need worry about them being lost. Ef fective July 1, a regular registered in demnity will be paid by the Postoffice Department for packages sent to the 42entral American republic that disap pear while in transit. This notice was .sent to all postmasters by Third As sistant Postmaster General Glover. Representative Lemuel P. Padgett •of Tennessee died at his home In Washington. Robert B. Kerr has been nominated to be postmaster at North Urosvenor Dale, Colo. Brig. Gen. Oliver Lyman Spaulding, former assistant secretary of the treas ury and for many years prominent In public affairs In Michigan, died recent ly at his home In Washington, aged 80 years. General Spaulding served throughout the Civil war with the Twenty-third Michigan (hfantry. Retail food prices In fifteen out of twenty-four representative cities In the United States showed an Increase dur ing the month from June 15 to July 16, the Department of Labor's bureau of labor statistics announced. A 2 per cent Increase was noted at Denver and a 1 per cent Increase at Salt Lake City. American relief work In soviet Rus sia will continue for three or four months at least. Secretary Hoover an nounced upon his return from New York, where he met with Col. William N. Haskell, head of the American re lief administration forces In Russia; former Governor Goodrich of Indiana and other officials to decide thd fu ture program for Russian relief. Nullification of the decision of the Supreme Court, ordering dissolution of the Southern Pacific-Central Pacific combine would be of “untold disadvan tage to the mountain and middle west ern states,” according «o a letter from Governor Shoup of Colorado, received by Senator Phipps. Similar letters and telegrams have been received by other senators from western and middle western states urging that no action be taken by any federal agency to nul lify the purpose of the Supreme Court decision. FOREIGN Dr. Wang Chong Hoi has accepted the acting premiership of China, after the costomary three refusals. It has been announced. MaJ. W. T. Blake has completed an* other lap of his airplane journey aroond the world, arriving at Delhi, India, a few days ago. Twj hundred passengers perished when a five-car train was burned be tween Kiev and Schevetowka, says a report from Kiev. Included among the victims were eight Zionist pioneers, who were proceeding to join their group on the way to Palestine. Horatio Bottomley, former publisher of the anti-American publication, "John Bull/' was expelled from the House of Commons, London, by a unanimous vote. Bottomley recently was sentenced to seven years’ Impris onment for embezzling funds from pa triotic organizations he organized. Locusts have become so numerous In Luzon that their bodies covered the railway tracks, * causing the driving wheels of the locomotives to slip, and prevented the movement of a passen ger train from Manila to Calamba, twenty-five miles from Manila. An ex tra engine was called before the train could be moved. The Prussian minister of the in terior Issued a decree ordering the re moval of all monarchist emblems from the Interior and exterior of all com munal and state buildings, besides signboards, milestones, frontier stones, etc., which bear similar emblems. The decree thus carries Into effect a threat made several months ago. The whole Chilean cabinet resigned recentl- following the retirement of Armando Jaramlllo, minister of the in terior, and Angel Guurlllo, minister of justice. The resignations were precip itated by disagreement with the gov ernment's policy concerning the recent prototol signed In Washington with Peru, for settlement of the Tacna-Ar ica controversy. President Obregon has gone to Ocot lnn, a resort near Guadnlajnra, for sev eral weeks to recuperate from his ill ness, It was learned recently in reliublc quarters. His condition Is Improving steadily. The president Intends to re turn to Mexico City as soon as pos sible in order to consult with depart ment heads relative to his message to congess when It opens early In Sep tember. GENERAL Samuel de Grossky, aged 108, died at Chicago a few days ago. “Eat care fully, drink only moderately, let smok ing and chewing alone; above all else, i be faithful to your religion,” was the advice he was fond of offering to his seven children, forty-five grandchil dren and twenty-seven great-grand children. In a letter to the Society for Pre vention of Cruelty to Children, a Mal den woman protested vigorously against permitting Mary Agnes Vochee tain, 14 years old, to preach In Boe ton. The woman writes that the girl would be serving herself and the com munity much better by playing In stead of preaching. 'Report was confirmed by W. J. O’Connor, assistant manager of the American Smelting and Refining Cons pony’s smelter at East Helena, Mont., that the wage scale at the plant would be Increased 60 cents a day. The smelter will thus be paying the same scale which will prevail In other places In Montana for similar work, said Mr. O’Connor. The wet and dry issue played the major role in political activity In pre paration for Ohio’s primary election. In some sections of the state, while ministers from their pulpits were urg ing support of candidates for state of fice Indorsed by the Anti-saloon League, persons on the outside filled the church-goers automobiles with un signed campaign literature strongly at tacking the 'Anti-Saloon League and the candidates Indorsed by It. Surfuce and elevated railway em ployes at Chicago voted 9,022 to 5,066, to accept a 10-cent un hour slash in wages and return to work, thus ending a strike which parulyzed the city’s electric transportation system. Shortly after the result of the vote was an nounced, the first elevated train waa pounding toward the “loop.” Fifteen persons were killed and twenty-five Injured, more or less seri ously, when two Cincinnati, Lebanon A Northern passenger trains crashed together head on at Lester road cross ing In Pleasant Ridge, near Cincinnati. One of the engines was driven back wards, telescoping the first coach be hind It and killing everyone inside. Police believe the swindlers who sold a pawnbroker a gold brick in San Francisco recently are the same men who sold a Juarez merchant a brass brick with the Mexican mint stamp on It for $14200 last summer. The Juarez man took his brick to an assayer and succeeded in capturing the swindlers and getting his money back. The gang, said to be composed of Mexicans and Arabs, had been working In various parts of Mexico and managed to es cape to the United States. A special commission of the grand lodge of Masons In New York state headed by Supreme Court Justice Arthur C. Tompkins, grand master, sailed on the Frederick VTH. to con stitute the first Masonic lodge In the republic of Finland. It will be located at Helsingfors. France will Impose penalties of an economic and financial character upon Germany because of her refusal to con tinue payments on the debts contracted by her nationals with allied nationals before the war, It was said In official circles at Paris, OHEYKWNE WELLS MjQOBPj CRISP COLORADO NEWS COMING EVENTS. Sept. 15-10—Colorado State Pair, Pu* Aug. 10-11—Crowley County Fair. BU JKir. C, Vt-Bept. I—Latimer County Fair. Loveland. „ ~ Sept. 5-B—Arkansas Valley Fair. Rocky Ford. . _ . Sept. 6-1 Boulder County Fair. Longmont. _ . Sept. 6-I—lnterroountain Fair and Stock Show. Grand Junction. Sept. 6-I—Phillips County Fair. Holyoke. Sept. 1-I—Washington County Fair. Sept 18-15—Delta County Fair. Hotchkiss. __ . Sept 11-16—Weld County Fair. Oree- I# Sept 11-15—LaPlatta County Fair. Durango. _ _ ... Sept. 11-16—Logan County Fair. Sterling. . Sept 11-16 Baca County Fair. Springfield. . Sept 18-15—Adams County Fair. Brighton. „ _ Sept 14-16—Conejos County Fair, lfanaska. Sept 14-16—Elbert County Fair. Xpt' li-,»—We.t.m . Slop. Mr. Montrose. B«pL lt-11 Trlnld.S-L.. AotBU County Fair. Trinidad. _ Sept 10-11-Kiowa County Fair, Kads. Sept 10. 11. 11—Morgan Agricultural Fair. Fort Morgan. _ . Sept 10-91—Rio Grande County Fair. Del Norte. _ . Sept 11-11—Pueblo County Fair. Goodpasture. _ . Sept. 11-11—B1 Puo County Mr. Cal ban. Sept 11-11—Lincoln County Mr. Hugo. _ , Sept 10-11—Huerfano County Fair. Walsenburg. _ . Oct. 1-6—Kit Carson County Fair. Burlington. _ . Oct 8-s—Douglass County Fair. Castle Rock. Morrison.—Francis T. Green, 13, wai drowned at Allen’s lake, near Morri son, Colo., while swimming with boj companions. Denver. —Reports reaching Adjt. Gen. P. J. Hamrock of the Colorado National Guard indicate thut 500 of the normal force of 1,100 rull employes are working at La Junta, despite the strike of certain of the rail employes. Pueblo.—D. Z. Bray and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Morrow, negroes, were drowned recently when they were caught by a wall of water ns they were crossing Peck creek, ten miles west of Pueblo, In an automobile. Mrs. D. Z. Bray was saved. Loveland. —As William Jullffe of Berthoud was driving a load of hay along the highway, a swarm of bees descended upon his wagon. The team was stung to death and Mr. Jullffe has been In a serious condition since. He lives one mile south of Berthoud. Boulder. —A bond election has been called by city officials for Aug. 22, on a reservoir project for University hill, Involving an expenditure of SIOO,OOO. The growth of the city In that direc tion mokes necessary the construction of a storage reservoir, city officials claim. Boulder. —Mrs. Mitchell Leavitt, 24 years old. Is believed to have been fa tally Injured, and her husband, Mitch ell Leavitt, 20, suffered fractures of shoulder blade and Jaw* and may lose an eye, when their car failed to make a turn on the highway at Boulder a few days ago. Trinidad. —J. K. Thatcher was pain fully Injured when a motor truck which he was driving was struck by a rail road handcar at a grade crossing at Trinidad. The truck was completely turned over and nearly demolished. None of the occupants of the handcar were Injured. Colorado Springs. Maywood Wat son, 12 years old, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Watson of Grand Junction, Colo., was severely Injured when a motor car driven by his father plunged over a seventy-five-foot embankment in Ute Pass highway a few days ago. Mrs. William Emmal, a sister of Mrs. Wat son, also was painfully Injured while Mr. and Mrs. Watson escaped with comparatively slight Injuries. Trinidad—Stella, 11-year-old daugh ter of Mr. und Mrs. Paul Coml, was se verely injured when a railroad torpe do, with which she was playing, ex ploded. She hit the torpedo with an ax on the sidewalk In front of her home. Brush.—Fire caused by an exploding film resulted In a stampede of the au dience und damuge of SSOO at the Em erson theater at Brush. Because of a teachers’ Institute that was being held a special feature was being shown and the film pavilion was crowded. Sev eral received minor Injuries In th« rush for exits. The coolness of sev eral ex-service men who were In the audience prevented anyone being seri ously Injured. Grand Junction. —The fourth violent death in western slope counties in two days was reported recently In the death of Del McKinney, 23 years old, resident of Mesa. McKinney was swim ming in the Gunnison river, near Del ta, when overcome by heart disease. The other three deaths are: Suicide at Frulta of Fred T. Turner, 42 years old; drowning at Ekert of Lillian Williams, 2 years old, and the crushing out of the life of Charles Kile, 4, near Cedar edge, under a coal wagon. Colorado Springs.—The geographical center of Colorado is located at a point In Park county, thirty miles northwest of Pike's peak, according to data given ont by the United geologi cal survey at Washington. The de partment has recently compiled data showing the geographical center of every state in the Union. Superior.—Seven cars of a Colorado ft Southern southbound freight train were derailed 200 feet west of the de pot of Superior a few days ago. The cars were badly damaged. Iron ore | was scattered for a great distance. COLORADO NEWS NOTES. Canon City.—There nre 537 P r ' so "‘ ere In the Colorado elute prison at Canon City, according to a report t the governor’, office from the peni tentlnry. Only once In the history the atnte hue there been more than that number In confinement. The rec ord was established In February, lUIO. The prison population hns increased 43 per cent since December, lU-U --loung men, ninny well educated, are .welling the prison roll today. In shnrp contrast to the criminals of the hist generation, the report suld. The smallest prison population In Colo rado'. history wa. recorded In »■ following the coming of prohibition in the state In 1010, according to Thomas J. Tynan, warden of the prison, the warden hlnmcs the aftermath of the war and the Illicit llouor traffic for the present Increase. Denver.—lmxueaittie. relief from the Interstate Commerce Commission .s m sight In the prompt movement nf fruit and perishable produce from the west ern slope this season, following a de tailed conference between the Ifater state Commerce Commissioners of the federal government and representative fruit growers of Mesa, Delta, Mont rose, Garfield and Eagle counties. Ap proximately 8,953 cars of peaches, pears, apples, potatoes and onions were shipped from these five counties last year, and it was estimated that 11,7.71 cars would be shipped this year. Pueblo.—Establishment of a flood district at Pueblo will not be opposed by the rullroads thnt truverse the Rocky mountuln district. A confer ence at Denver In the offices of the Colorado & Southern railroad of legal representatives and engineers of the road took up .discussion of the provi sions of the flood conservation pro gram. Representatives of the Colorado & Southern, the Rock Island, Missouri Pacific, Denver & Rio Grande Western and Santa Fd lines attended nnd de clared themselves In harmony with the conservation progrutm Monte Vista.—The San Luis Valley H. O. G. Stock Association, whose an nual show, held at Monte Vista, has become one of Colorado’s important events, Is perfecting plans for the erec tion of a magnificent.exhibition puvll ion on the Stumpede grounds near Monte Vista. The plans for the build ings were upproved ut a meeting of the building committee und bids are now being solicited for the work and the contract will no doubt be awarded In time for the completion of the build ings for tbe big show in February. Psgosa Springs.—The archaeological expedition from the State Historical and Natural History Society and the University of Denver, which Is work ing In the prehistoric ruins twenty-two miles west of I'agosa. Springs, reports the finding of a rare piece of pottery In the form of a mountain sheep. This Is an extremely valuable object, be cause of the fact that animal figurines made from pottery huve been found In only one or two cases In the prehistoric ruins of the Southwest. Walsenburg.—A ranchman searching for lost cattle came on the bodies of two men by a wrecked car In an arroyo of Big Sandy, a creek bed near the Pueblo-Walsenburg road. The bod ies were Identified os those of Anto nio Tessltore and Frank of Walsenburg. The two men were over taken by a cloudburst ’.ln the arroyo a few days ago, Denver.—Population figures show ing that the* number of residents In Denver Is Increasing at such a tre mendous rate that the city Is virtually assured of .reaching Jts goal of. "500,- 000 by 1930” were releused recently from the office of Robert B. Rock well, member of the "500,000 In 1930" publicity committee. Denver. —Denver stands a good chance to win the national sanatorium to be built by the Grand Lodge of Col ored Elks of the World, according to information received recently. Sterling.—The body of I». P. Tyrell. 53 yeurs old, hns been taken to his home In Snyder, where the coroner will hold an Inquest to determine re sponsibility for his death. Tyrell was a garage keeper at Snyder. He was driving his automobile across the Union Pacific tracks near Snydei when his car was struck. Fort Collins. —The Colorado Agricul tural College at Fort Collins Is among twenty-five Institutions designated by the War Department as distinguished colleges In Its lust list. Issued in Wash ington, of distinguished colleges and honorary military schools for 1922. It Is the only "distinguished college” In the Intermountnln region. Sterling. John Dlllenberg, who had been charged with the mur der of his brother, Truey Dlllen berg, at Sterling, July 3, slashed his throat while In the county Jail, using a razor belonging to another prisoner. He died soon after the Jail officials found him lying on the floor of his cell. Delta. —The 2-year-old daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Percy Williams was drowned In Butte-ditch near Eckert, eleven miles from Delta. Caflon City.—Construction • work on the Cafion City-Florence section of the Rainbow Route highway'was begun re cently by the C. A. Allen Construction Company of Morrison, Colo., to which the State Highway Commission recent ly awarded the contract for the re building of this Important road. The contract price for the completion of the road Is $08,842.95. The length of the highway between Caflon City and Florence Is practically nine miles, and extends from Ninth street, Cafion City through Lincoln park to Florence by way of Brewster. 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