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LATE LIVE NEWS CONDENSED RECORD OF THE PROGRESS OF EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD fROM ALL SOURCES SAYINGS, DOINGS, ACHIEVE. MINTS, SUFFERINGS, HOPES AND FEARS OF MANKIND. WcaUrn N«wrp«p«r t'nlon N*»i B*rvlo». WESTERN. Fire destroyed more than half a btial block at Twin Falls, Idaho, caus ing a loss of approximately SBOO,OOO. The blast* started in a hall In which a dance was held. University of Washington's varsity crew defeated the University of (Cali fornia shell by half a boat length on latke Washington, at Seattle. The time was 16:8ft. Washington's freshmen also defeated California's freshmen. Time. 10:54. Brig. Gen. Frank Taylor, United States army, retired, a veteran of the Civil, Indian and Hpanlsh-American wars, died suddenly at the home of his daughter in Seattle, Wash. He was horn 76 years ago in Calais, France, of English parents. lank of enthuslumn of Ihe San Fran cisco public over 7ft-cent hair-cuts prompted a number of the leading ton sorial establishments at Shu Francisco to announce the ftO-cent limit wouh; he maintained, despite a previous pub licution of the higher tariff. Fire at Portland destroyed the plHnt of the North Portland Lumber and Box Company, the abandoned shipbuilding yard of the Guy M. Stnndtfer corpora tion, a number of docks, more than 1,- 000,000 feet of lumber and four small dwellings. The loss was estimated at $600,000. F. L. Parker, manager of a lumber mill, told the police at Oakland he had set a gun trap which killed a 12-year old hoy and that he threw the body in to the Oakland estuary. The body was recovered by the police. Parker, who is under arrest, said he set the trap to frighten hoys who had been breaking Into the mill. As the result of a reported depres sion In the price paid the producer for beef eattle, the members of Ihe Cali fornia Cattlemen's Association were advised by their officers at San Fran cisco to keep the cattle out of the state markets as long as possible. The cat tlemen were also urged to ship them to Montana In the event that such a measure produces a feed shortage. WASHINGTON. In an effort to prepare for a recess or adjournment of Congress by June ft, the Senate will meet an hour earlier dally hereafter. The Supreme Court has decided that telegraph companies cannot he held liable for the full amount of losses caused by deluys In delivering tele grams. The House bill authorizing the Sec retary of the Treasury to purchase $20,000,000 additional of farm land hunk bonds has been passed by the Senate. Exports for April decreased slßft,- 000,000, while Imports fell off $30,000,- 000, as compared with the trade fig ures of March, it has been announced by the Department of Commerce. From SOO to $l2O per gallon is the ruling price for whisky in illicit trade. Secretary Houston wrote Congress in requesting $1,600,000 for 1,000 watch men to guard bonded warehouses next year. President Wilson has asked author ity from Congress for the United States t<» accept u mandate over Ar menia. The President told Congress that he thought the wish of the Amer ican people was that the United Stutes should become the mandatory far Ar menia. President Wilson has signed hills providing for an examination and re port on the conditions and possible Ir rigation developments of tlie Imperial valley in California, for enlargement of the boundaries of the Oregon na tional forest and for disposition of pub lic lands withdrawn and Improved un der the provisions of the reclumntion laws and which no longer are needed for reclamation purposes. The government’s gross loss in oper ation of the railroads during federal control was $900,478,000, according to the final report of Swager Shirley, rnil road administration director of fi nance. Of this total $677,518,000 was chargeable directly to the excess of op erating expenses over revenues and rentals for the “class one” roads, Mr. Shirley said. Smaller lines, sleeping ear oompunles and Inland waterways added $45,400,000 to this total. The House passed a bill setting aside approximately 260,000 acres of land in the Hawaiian islands for homestead purposes, available to na tive liawaiiatis only. The territorial Legislature urged the step, which was expected to rehabilitate the Hawaiian race, said to be fast dying out. Members of the Tobacco Merchants' Association of the United States, in convention at Washington, were as sured by President Charles Eisonlohr, Philadelphia, that there was no basis for fear that use of tobacco would he prohibited. FOREIGN. HungHry will sign the treaty of peace, M. Prnunowftkl, president of the Hungarian peace delegation, notified i lie supreme council. A copy of tlie extremely rare two pence stamp of Mauritius, Issue of 1847. was sold for 100,000 francs nt the su lc of a collection In the Hotel Grouot, in Paris. Greek and Turkish troops have clashed about twenty-five miles east of Smyrna, where the Turks are taking the offensive and are apparently mas* lug reinforcements preparatory to fur ther advances against the Greeks. The carrying out of 150 death sen tences pronounced by the courts-mar tial 111 the Itulir district in Berlin has been postponed by President Ebert's order, according to official announce ment. The sentences probably will he revised. The Bolshevists have launched an attack on the northern front between the River Dvina and Borisoff and the Poles have been compelled to surren der ground In the face of superior forces, says an official communication issued Ht Warsaw. The council of the League of Nations lias sent u message to President Wil son requesting him to convoke the League of Nations next November at Brussels. It is pointed out that Gen eva Is not ready to receive the assem bly. A $250,000 plant to manufacture lig nttC briquettes to help relieve the coal shortage is to he erected at Bleu fnit, Mask., immediately. The plant's product will he sold for $10.50 to sll a ton, and It is said It will equal the best Amerlcuii anthracite. A reward of 100,000 peso* for the death or capture of Francisco Villa has been offered by the government of the state of ('hlliuahiin. This an nouncement was made by Provisional Governor Tomas Gameros, who added that 2,000 troops left Chihuahua Clt\ under orders to hunt down the hnndit cliieflnlu. A lump of pure gold weighing just over twelve pounds, one of the largest nuggets ever found, has been discov ered In the Kilo state mines in the northeastern district of the Belgian Congo, according to tlie African World. It Is now in the possession of the lamdon branch of the Bnnqtie du Congo Beige and will he sold on behalf of the Belgian government. GENERAL. A hydro-airplane marked "No. 826," was picked tip at sea off Scotland light ship by the steam pilot boat New York. The hydro-airplane wits upside down atid there were no traces of any occu pant a. Wlldalr, owned by Harry Payne Whitney, won the historic Metropol itan handicap tit Belmont park, at New York. Thunderclap was second ami On Watch third. The time was 1 :88 4-ft. Thirty-five stales will elect govern ors next fall at the time when the ■ President and vice president lire clios ; en. Thirty-two United States senators, i to take office March 4, 1921, also are I to he elected. ! Three men were killed and Slsters ville, W. Yu., was nicked by an explo sion of 100 quarts of nitroglycerine at the plant of the Young Torpedo Coin puny. The cause of the explosion has not been determined. A nationwide campaign agHinst tlie use of tobacco was advocated by Mrs. Stella B. Irvine, president of the W. C. T. U. of southern California, at that organization's thirty-eighth an nul convention ut Long Bench, Calif. The American Legion has inaugu rated a cuinpulgn for the re-adoption of approximately 3,000 of the more than 3,7(H) fatherless French children whom the American expeditionary force cared for during the war. It was suld thut only about 700 of the chil dren have been able to live without outside assistance since the A. E. F. ceased to provide for them. Fifty persons saved themselves by jumping Into u life net spread by po lice and firemen wiien fire broke out in tlie Hotel Manhattan, at Paterson, N. J., a four-story structure in the lius iness section. The loss is estimated ut $500,000. Eight large passenger liners, carry ing more titan 12,000 persons have left New York for Europeun ports, mark ing one of the largest suiling days since tlie close of the war. Among passengers are Commander Evangeline Booth of the Salvation Army, Walter llugun, golf champion : more than 600 students for the Sokol utliletlc meet ings ut The Hague, and a number of grnnd opera stars. Tlie U. S. super-drendiiuught Mary land is soon to go in commission. Tills huge ship will have a displacement of 33,590 tons. The Maryland Is electric ally propelled and electrical through out. Approximately 28,000 horsepower is available, enough to supply power to a city of over 100,000 population. She has a fuel capacity of 1,000,000 gullotis of oil. She will be the first U. S. navy ship to mount 16-Inch guns, of which she will carry eight. The First National Bank at Fiuley vllle, Fa., <Vus held up and robbed hv six men, who camped. 'The bandits got away with SIOO, OOO in bonds and se curities and $15,000 in cash. The cash ier, who was the only man in the hank at the time, was knocked unconscious and locked In the vault while the umn dits worked, the report said. The election of officers of the gen eral society for Daughters of the Rev olution for the ensuing year marked ihe close of Its convention ut Boston. Mrs. Sue C. Wolbert of Pldladeiplibi was chosen president-general. ELBERT COUNTY TRIBUNE: ELBERT COUNTY BANNER LATE MARKET QUOTATIONS Western Nf I nion * MAIIIiKTM. « little. Beef et«-cr» (yearling*). . .Sll.oo© 12.60 He. fr I eel's, . to prime. 11.76©12.26 Beef stei-m. k o«d t. eh.. 11.00011.j0 It-if *te*-i*. full to l-.- d t 0.26010.76 Heifers, pi itn« 10.ftf>©il.25 f-VM., fHB j..rod to iliime. 10 (.0 if 10.7 ft (Hit to g-Mui.. b. •-■ © *.'*o ''lltlMl* Mild feeder CI)WH. . 1.60©' 6.00 < snners 3.00© 4.H0 Bulls 6.75© 8.5" W’ti • ulves . 14.60© 16.50 Feeder*, good to i holce .. 10.25 © 10.75 Feedri*. fail to good 9.00©>10.00 Stocker*, good to . hoice ft. Soft 9.50 Stocker*. f«u to good 7.60$ ft.oo 11 OK*. Good hog* * IH.lftf* 14-20 Mlieep. Bnmb*. fat. good lo choice.ll B.oo© 1X.50 l^imb*, fat. rail to good. 1 T.ftu © 1 H.uO Spiing lamb* 17.00t8 17.50 B\m * fat. good to choice. 12.00© 13.<*0 Shorn lamb* 17.00© 17.50 Shorn ev» e* 1 l.oo© 11.75 Droned Foul I ry. Tin* following price* on dressed poultry „i. n«*t F. O. H. Denver. Turkey*. No. I* 45 Turkey*, old tom* 40 Hens, ib 34 Buck*, young 25 ©27 < Je*-*e ... . .25 ©27 Boosters 23 ©26 l.l*e FuMltry. Turkey*. 10 Ib*. or over 40 Men*, lb 30 ©32 I 'milling* 18 U2O Gosling* 20 ©22 Broiler*. 1920 . i*.p 60 ©B6 Cock* 16 Spring* 3ft Fag*. BSlnr*. *trirt ly fre*h, case count $10.75© 11.2 S Under. Creamery, first, grade 58 Creamery, second grade .... 54 I‘met MM Butter 50 Backing stock 38 ©4O Mutter Fat. Direct 56 Station 50 Fruit. Apple*. Colo., box 13.00©4.00 \ egetnhlen. A*paiagua. Ib J 06© .08 i.euim, navy, cw l 8.50© 9.00 I tea ii*. I ‘into, cwt 6.00© 6.75 Its* nr. I,unn. Ib .22 © .2ft Beun*. green. Ib 12 © 1$ Beaus, wax. Ib 12© .16 Ueet*. ch i . . 3.00 u 4.u0 Ballot*, i:wt. .......... B.oo© 8.30 Cauliflower. Hi 18© -20 It. 11. cucumber*. d*>x 2.00© 3.00 Leaf lettuce, h. h., do*.. 90© 1.10 Lettuce, head, do* 75'ir 1.00 Onions. Colo., ew t 3.50 Parsley. So., do* 60© .75 Parsnip*, per cwt 4.6•>© ft.so Green p*-a*. lb 10© .12 Pepper* 30© .35 Potatoes, new 10.00© 12.00 Potatoes. Colo B.oo© 9.00 Uadl*he*. long h. h 40© .50 Badishe*. round It. n 35©' 15 Spinach .05© .06 Turnip*. Colo., cwt. 7.00© 8.00 IIA \ AND Git AIX. Grain. Buying price* (bulk) carloads, F. O. B. Denver: Corn. No. 3 yellow $3.5.5 Corn. No. 3 mixed 3.30 Oats, per cwt 3.70 Barley, per cwt 3.35 liny. Timothy. No. 1. ton J 36.00 Timothy. No. 2. ton 3 4.UU South Park. No. 1, ton 35.00 South Park. No. 2. ton 33.00 Alfalfa, ton 33.00 Second Bottom. No. 1. ton 27.50 Second Bottom. No. 2. ton 26.00 Straw 12.00 IIIDK9 AND PICI.TM. Quotation* furnished by Charles Friend At Co.. Inc. Drn\er Price l.laf. Dry Flint llldea. Butcher. 16 lbs. and up 36c Butcher, under 16 Ib* 35c Fallen, all weights 33c Bull* and stag* 18c Culls 16c Dry salt hide*. 6c per Ib. less. Dry Flint Pelt*. Wool pelts JOe Short wool pelt* 25c Butcher shearing* 20c No. 2 murrain shearing* 10c Buck*, saddle* and piece* of pelt* lf,c Green Suited Hide*. Ktc. Cured hide*. 26 Ib*. tip. No. 1.... 15c Cured hides. 25 Ib*. up. No. 2.... 14c Bull*. No. I 12c Lull*. No. 2 11c Glue*, hide* and *kins 10c. Kip. No. 1 20*1 Kip, No. 2 18c t 'nlf. No. 132 c Branded kip and calf. No. 115 c Biundcd kip or calf. No. 2 14c Part cured hide*, 2c per Ib. less than cur *d. Green hide*. 4c. per lb. less than cu red. Green *»nltcd llorNelilUe*. No. 1 SB.OO ©9.00 No. 2 7.00© 8.00 Headle**. 50«- le**. Ponies and glue $2.50© 5.00 9IRTAI. 31A UK FT.**. Colorado **-i t It-nieiil prices. Bar silver. sl.Ol. Copper, pound. 19©20c. Lead. $8.90. Spelter. $7.50. Tungsten, per unit. $6.50© 15.00. BASTE It N LIVE STOCK. At ChlcMKO. Chicago.—(Tattle—Beef *te« r* mostly stead* ; yearlings and good heavy weights active. Top yearling*. $13.65 top heavy steer*. sl3: bulk, all weight. sll.oo© 12.6 H; flit heavy she atock lower; other cows and stockers and feeders steady; calve* *teailv to 50c higher; bulk. $11.50© 13.00; bull*, strong, bulk. s7.7l>© 8.50. Hog*—Heavy steady. Top. $14.60; bulk light and light butchers, $14.40© 14.60: bulk 260-pounder* and over. $13.75© 14.25; pigs steady to 25c lower; bulk. $12.00©12.75. Sheep—Mostly steady. Choice handy weight short lamb*. $17.25; bulk. $16.00 ©17.00; medium $16.50 down; few good to choice ewe*. $11.76©12.00, t'n*h Grain In tliieiiKO. Chicago.— Wheat —No. * Northern. $2.60. Corn—No. 2 mixed, $1.98© 2.00; No. 2 yellow. $1.98©2.00. Outs—No. 2 white. $1.13© 1.11; No. 3 white. sl.lo© 1.12. Rye—No. 2. $2.10. Barley—sl.7o. Timothy Seed—slo.oo© 12.00. Clover Seed- s2ft.oo©'3s.o<>. Pork—Nominal. Lard— $20.52. Rib*— sl7 r ° • ’ Chicago Produce. Chicago.— Butt i r am* i' . 42© 55c. Egg* Firsts. 40© IJ. , ordinary 1 (1v7,• at tws'l. included. B*©4oc: storage packed, firsts. 42%© i’oultry —Alive, fowl*. 35c. BANDITS MENACE TO NEW REGIME AGUILAR, CABRERA AND OTHER OUTLAW LEADERS WORRY MEXICO. MEXICO LEVIES TAXES HEAVY EXPORT TAX PLACED ON OIL BY TAMPICO DE FACTO GOVERNOR. Western Newspaper I'nlori Sent Service. Houston, Texas, May 20. —May oil export tuxes to the umount of about I.ftOO.OUO pesos were paid in advance to tin* Mexican revolutionary govern ment at Tampico upon the reque*» of Manuel Peine/., de facto governor of Tampico. Tlie payments were made under pro test hut with iho American consul's assurance tliul the Washington govern ment would see that such an advance collection would not he again, ‘according to tlie information. The re quest of Peiuez was reported as fol lows : "In view of tlie abnormal situation and urgent nerd of funds for ihe sue tenance of the military forces operat ing in this region, f’uurtel General un der my commune! has considered It con venient to decree nu advance payment on account of May export taxes on o*l due May 1 1020." Washington. Advices from Mexico Indicate that the revel utiouiftts have much to do before a stable govern ment can he established. Military leaders arc reported in various parts of the republic with small forces of men under arms, eitiier still loyal to the Carritnax regime or for other rea sons hostile to the de facto govern ment. These groups are recognized by Mexican observers here lo be possible nuclei for the organizations of new revolts. Representatives of the new government, however, minimize their Importance, asserting par: of them al ready are negotiating tor arms, .virile others ore on the defensive. Francisco Villa, wliosi force of men is variously estimated at from u few hundred to several thousand, is leck oued the most important of ilie inde pendent leaders. Gen. Candida Aguilar, the late !’re»- ideut's sun-in-law. who during the past five years has become a military lender of the first order in Mexico, still Is in •he field. He was last re ported ut .Tnlapilln, on the outskirts of Orizalm, with 300 men. General Ber tutii. who brought the accusation of conspiracy uguilist Cejudo in connec tion with which Obregon was ordered to Mexico City for the court martir and who acknowledges Aguilar as Ida chief is at Zongolicu with 150 men, ac cording to the latest reports. With Bertuni is Genera! Tello. also one of Aguilar's subordinates, with a force of 150 men. (Jen. Alfonso Cabrera lms set up tlie state government of Puebla at San Miguel-Tefuiigo, anti there has been nothing In tlie news to indicate that he is not functioning as governor with troops ut Ids command Tlie size of his force wus reported at 2,000, all Pu ebla Indians. Luis Cabrera, known to be one of the most astute politicians of Mexico today, may join hi* blether —lf lie lots not already done so--and aid in the struggle against tlie Übre gon-Ucnzalcs tie facto governmen.. Japs Buy Big Battleship. London.—lt Is reported from Naples that the newly launched Italian super drendmittght lms been said to Japan, says it dispatch to the Exchange Tel egruph from Rome. Tlie Red Army Pushing Poles. London. -Tlie capture of numerous villages on the fighting front is an nounced in an official statement issued by tlie soviet government at Moscow. An energetic advance by the Bolshcvikt toward Minsk is being developed, the statement says, a number of villages in the Ilmen district, to the southeast of Minsk, having fallen into tlie hands of the Bolshoviki. Wood Alcohol Kills Two Tacoma, Wash. — Wood alcohol poi soning w«.s responsible for two deaths here, according to the police (’lmries I)iek. an Indian, was found dcud in n chair In u hotel. Arthur Lucey, a long shoreman, was discovered dead in Ids room. Investigation disclosed both men had been drinking what appeared to be wood alcohol, the police say. Two Held on Swindle Charge. Cleveland, Ohio. —F. W. Parker, president of the Fidelity Picture Plays syndicate, ami Miss Harrier K. Mills, secretary, were held to the federal grnnd Jury on charges of using the mails to defraud. Claims He Held Up Bank. Omnlm, Neb Sherry Scott, urrested upon suspicion here, told police lie es caped four mouths ago from an Okla homa prison at MeAlester, and later robbed an Oklahoma country hank. Scott and a 19-,vear-old youth with him wore expensive diamonds and hint sl,- 200 In cash. They were about to leave Olmmu in an automobile. Scott had been here two months, and bad become engaged to a girl to whom he repre sented himself as an oil salesman. Millions of Tiny Germs Cause Your Catarrh Real Relief Comes Only by Cleansing the Hlood of the Germs. You must realize that your blood is loaded down with catarrh germs, and these germs must be removed from your blood before you can expect real, rational relief from the disease. And of course, you know that you cannot reach these germs in your blood with @ DON'T LET THAT COL’GII CONTINUE! Spohn’s Distemper Compound will knock It In very ehort time. At the tint »Icn of a ouurh or cold In your hor»e. ylve a few clone* of “HPOHN’H." Jt will act on the rlr.nda. eliminate the dlaeaae Rerm and prevent furth er destruction of body by dlaeaae. “HPOHX'B" bee been tha standard remedy for DIBTBMPICK. INFLUENZA, PINK ETK. CATARRHAL FEVER. COUGHS and COLDS for a quarter of a century. 60 cents and fl 15 per bottle at all drur stores. SPOIIN MEDICAL COMP ANT, Coahsn. Ind. At the Circus. "I call your woman star's feat tre mendous.” “Naturally; site comes from Chicago.” Important to all Women Readers of this Paper Thousands upon thousand! of women have kidney or bladder trouble and never suspect it. Women's complaints often prove to be nothing else but kidney trouble, or the resvlt of kidney or bladder diaeaae. If the kidneya are not in a healthy con dition, they may cause the other organa to become diseased. You may suffer pain in the back, head ache and lost of ambition. Poor health makes you nervous, irrita ble and inay be despondent; it makes any one so. But hundreds of women claim that Dr. Kilmer’s Swamp-Root, by restoring health to the kidneys, proved to be just the remedy needed to overcome auch conditions. Many send for a sample bottle to see what Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and bladder medicine, will do for them. By enclosing ten cents to Dr. Kilmer A Co., Binghamton. N. Y.. you may receive sample size bottle by Parcel Post. You can purchase medium and large size bottles at all drug stores. —Adv. For the man who run pay for It with honestly acquire*! coin the best is not too good. The housewife smiles with satisfac tion as she looks at the basket of clear, white clothes and thanks Ited Cross Bag Blue. At grocers, sc. GAVE AMATEUR “SOFT” PART Pompous Individual Duly Awarded Him "Place in the Sun,” as He Had Requested. The Swnmpton Dramatic society wanted their annual performance to lie a success, so they engaged a pro fessional from London to arrange It all. As soon ns this gentleman ap peared one of the amateurs tackled him. "I must have a role to suit me," he begun pompously. "I always play one of the principal parts in our shows, and so far I’ve been most successful.” "Excuse me,” Interposed the pro fessional, "hut you must allow me to he the Judge of the most suitable cast.” The first rehearsal occurred a few days luter. When the cast wns read out the pushing amateur found he had been left out altogether. "Why have I not got a part ?” he demanded angrily. “You have a part, all right," re plied tlie producer. "You are to be the first banana In the fruit-market scene.” —London Answers. No Vacillation There "So. Wobbler Is dead?” "Yes. and it's the first time lie ever arrived at a definite conclusion.” He Is a wise weather prophet who knows when to borrow nn umbrella. Try Posium Instead of Coffee at the family table for a week or two and see if everyone doesn’t relish the change. Postum Cereal a drink of delicious flavor should be boiled fully fifteen minutes to bring out its full-bodied richness. Better health and comfort usually follow a change from coffee to Postum. “There’s a Reason” Mfldeby POSTUM CEREAL CO., Inc.. Mich. r sprays and douches. S. S. S. will cleanse your blood of the cause of Catarrh, and give real relief. It has been in con stant use for more than fifty I years, and is sold by all druggists, t Buy a bottle of S. S. S. today and i lose no further time in getting on ■ the right treatment. : Valuable advice regarding your , case will be furnished free. A.d --i dress Medical Adviser, 103 Swift i Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga. Hoarding and Wasting. Great as ia the sin to hoard treas ure. It is no greater than to squander them. Waste brings woe. It Is of the essence of well-doing to "economize.” Unfaithfulness stands ns its own wit ness against u man. Tlie Lord intrusts us -vith this world's goods that his cause may not suffer. Reformed Church Messenger. ASPIRIN INTRODUCED BY “BAYER” IN 1900 Leok for name "Bayer” on the tablets, then you need never worry. If you want the true, world-famous Aspirin, ns prescribed by physicians for over eighteen years, you must ask for “Bayer Tablets of Aspirin.” The "Bayer Cross” Is stamped on each tablet and appears on each pack age for your protection against imi tations. In each package of "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin” are safe and proper direc tions for Colds, Headache. Neuralgia. Toothache. Earache. Rheumatism. Lumbago, Neuritis, and for Puln in general. Handy tin boxes containing 12 tablets cost but a few rents. Druggists also sell larger "Beyer” packages. Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer Manufac ture of Monoaceticaddester of Salley licacid. —Adv. BABOON PUT TO USEFUL TASK As Shepherds, the Animals Are Said tc Develop Traits That Are Almost Human. I have often wondered, remarks Mr. W. C. Scully in the Atlantic Monthly, why more baboons are not trained as shepherds. The creatures invariably develop nn absorbing affection for any young animals, human or other, that are placed in their charge, and there Is a well-authenticated Instance of a liaboon taking charge of a motherless Kafir Infant, and guarding It night and day for more than two years. r I he simian foster , a rent performed every necessary function except feed ing The child. Several baboons have .been trained as shepherds. In a case that Mr. Scul ly himself observed the baboon had charge of several hundred sheep. He became passionately attached to the members of the flock, anti remained with, them all day long at pasture and brought them hack to the corral In the evening. Ills only fault as shep herd wns Ihe outcome of extreme so licitude; if he heard the voices of wild baboons In the distance at any time of the day, he would at once collect the sheep, and with every appearance of the liveliest terror hurry them home. His Job. Belle —Do you know what a make up man does on a newspaper? Nell —I suppose he puts the piece* in that tell you how to get a good complexion.