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The board of County Commission ers met for the month of November and allowed the following; bills: Pauper Fund: W. H. John* 20.00 Mrs. Rortoluzza 15.00 Mr*. Noy 15.00 tMau. Victoria Lconi 16.00 Mr*. Stanton 10.00 Mr*. Richard* 10.00 Mra. Rule 10.00 Da«t Floyd 10.00 Elisa Trezise 7.60 Mrs. Harvey 7.50 Mrs. Hocking 7.50 Mrs. Bishop 5.00 James Carlyon 7.50 Mrs. Dewliur&t 10.00 C. M. Frodd account of Gais Meyers 30.00 J. Borzago tc Co., account of Mrs. Rafferty 16.00 Clue Meyers 7.60 22.60 John H. Toots, account of Gus Meyers 12.00 Hawley Mdse. Co., account of, Edith James 5.00 C. M. Webster 4.00 Anton Toller 3.50 Gerald Leahy 4.00 16.50 Daugherty & Co., account of Amos Craver 7.50 C. M. Frold, account of J. C. Scott ' * 7.50 Clifton & Evans account of R. llerrod 12.40 G. V. Fritz account of J. C. Scott __26.90 Gus Meyers 75 27.65 Sauer McShane Merc. Co., ac count of — Annie Kinnear 5.15 Mrs. Murphy 10.10 Mrs. Harry 7.60 Mrs. Rowe 7.45 County 25 30.55 Cody Bros. Coal to — Mrs. Hocking 6.00 Mrs. Rule 3.00 Mbs Trezi.-e 7.00 Mrs. James *-_7.00 Mrr*T Eim!ahi 6.00 James Carlycn 3.00 Mrs. Rowe 7.00 Mrs. Harry 7.00 Mrs Bishop 6.00 1 52.00! St. Anthony's hoc; ital. care of Bridget O’Malley 22.15 Annie O’Malley 22.15 Maude Seymour 22.16 Ben j. F. Jones 33.00 Ambulance for Jones 5.00 104.45 Total 473.15 Contingent Fund: R. C. Johnson, labor on roof. etc. 86.83 Road Fund: Robert F. Hopkins 12.50 Dennis Burke 20.00 E. T. Jones 50.00 Oscar Nelson 7.50 Charles Babcock 15.00 J. V. Kriley 10.00 Nels Nelson 9.0) Jake Hanser 50.00 John Gull (keen 15.00 Thomas O’Mera —-- 57.50 Jprr.rPowers ' 38.75 Griffith Hughes 15 00 Jjunes Grenfell 15.00 John Grenfell 23.75 Richard Epleit 3.75 William Joyce 35.00 John Edwards 35.00 William Hughes 20.00 William Warren 20.00 Robert Davis 40.00 Jas. H. Chellew I*o.oo John W. Jones 71.25 Willisjn Hall 37.50 Albert Hall 20.00 Robert Williams 3.75 C. R. Baer 5.00 Henry Baer 20.00 E. C. Babbitt 25.00 Haney Carl 17.50 Percy Slattery 30.00 JeukinarMcKay Hdw. Co. 4.15 J. B. Barbee .95 Reuben McKay 9.00 Jpnklns aud Lightbouni 156..57 Total 1013.42 County Fund: Je-nkins-McKay Hdw. Co., supplies 7.45 Clifford I. Parsons, stamps __ 2.00 Isabelle F. Mabee, Co. Supt. 100.00 P. G. Moody, Co. elk and exip. 52.33 John M. Mack, janitor 50.90 Clark Hdw. Co., supplies 4.75 Jlendrio & Botthoff Co., supplies 3.33 Mtn. States T. & T. Co., 11.37 W. C. Fullerton, Co., judge 11.02 S. A. Rank, list land entries 11.35 W. J. Stull, printing 21.96 Mrs. Frank Motte, witness -- 2.80 W. H. Hughes, witness 2.80 George F. Steinsultz. witness ..2 80 ■Burroughs Add Machine Co., 3.00 Geo. L. Hamlllk. rept. births and deaths 1-75 Albert S Gundy, sheriff 81.70 Cody Bros., coal to Court House 24.75 Fred W. Varney, dep. diet. atty. 15.00 Gilpin Co. L. H. & P. Co. .. 11.60 J. V Thompson, stamps 5.00 Sachs Laiwlor Co., snipplleß 3.25 City of Central, water 6.56 Hubert Worik, M. D., care in sane 53.75 C. I. Parsons, stamps 12.00 Albert Klais, supplies 4.30 Total - - 506.42 Total Disbursement*: Pauper fund 473.15 Contingent fund 86.83 Road fund 1013.42 County fund 606.42 Grand total 2079.82 FRANK G. MOODY. County Clerk. E. G. Soal Killed by Gasoline Engine. Eaton. —Endeavoring to save time by crawling through the belt on a gas oline engine while grinding grain on the H. H. Shaw farm northeast of here, Percy G. Soal, 31 years old, was thrown against the fly-wheel and in stantly killed, his neck being broken. Soal was an Englishman aud hud no relatives in this country. Man With Grudge Again in Toils. Cripple Creek. —Henry Heldenerer, aged veteran of the civil war, recent ly released from the county jail after spending two years there rather than attach his name to a peace bond, again is in the toils of the law. Heldenerer was arrested for alleged assault on Frank Kingsley of Victor. Sugar Workman Scalded. Greeley.—Working at the sugar fac tory around one of the tanks of hot syrup, Dwight Mandeville wi*3 scalded when the hot liquid spurted over his body. This is the first injury to workmen at the local factory during the present campaign. Man Electrocuted by Power Wires. Canon City.—Arthur (’ole, an eni ploy 6 of the light and power compan was electrocuted here while changing the position of high-voltage power lines on an overhead construction near the Elks’ Club building. Boulderitcs Unite to Protect Public. Boulder.—The Commercial Associa 'Jon and the Metal Mining Association have united in an effort to prevent dishonest promoters from defrauding innocent investors as a result o: the recent tungsten boom in this dis'rict Shot While Hunting. Windsor. —Struck in the face b> scattering shots from the charge fire ' from a shotrun in the hands of an |.other person, W. T. Boil ing may lost the sight of one eye. Dr. Snyder, College Head, Dies. i Greeley.—Dr. Z. X. Snyder, pres! j dent of the State Teachers’ Colleg*. there for tv.enty-four year.i. died sud j dculy of pernicious anaemia. Two Girls Run Down by Auto. i , Colorado Springs.—Fndio Holme* ! ] and Ethel Bobbsten were knocked i down and run over by an automobile ■ driven by Joseph Bowden. Sterling to Celebrate Prcso?-!ty. Sterling—This city is to celebrate . Jon n large scale Electric Prosperity ' j Week from Nov. 29 to Be •. 4. 1 Greeley Fire Causes S33,CCO Damage ■ ! Greeley.— Damage e.-timet 1 * ' ■ i '*oo was caused by a fire wklt.h U • ! I stroyed a large barn and sexeral ad | i jacent buildings at "S. L. V\ .” ranch > i near here. Four valuable horses. : I hull end a large quantity of hay and grain were burned. | Will Spend Yen'* on City Hall. Pueblo.—The new city hall voted 'or by Puebloans will require at least I i year to construct, according to con ractors and architects. Patronize the merchants who ad vertise in the Observer. Notice of Application for U.S. Patent Minin? Application No. 022310 Mineral Survey No. 19691 IT.l T . S. Land Office at Denver, Colo.. Nov. 10. 1915. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that in pursuance cf the Act of Congress, approved May 10. 1872, Ti e Pennsyl vania Minlig Power and Reduction l Co., by L. Sternberger attorney in fact whose postoffice is Denver. Col orado. has made application for a , patent for 1500 linear foot on the Cherub lode bearing gold and silver, the same being 51C ft. N. 32 # &6' W.. and 984 ft. S. 32*56'E. from discovery l shaft therecu. with surface ground ; ."*OO ft. in width, situate in Eureka Mining District. Gilpin County. State ef Colorado, and described in the | pint and field notes cn file in this office, aft follows, viz.: Beginning at Cor. No. 1, whence the S. W. Cor. Sec. 33 T. 2 S. It. 73 W. 6th P. M. bears N. 7 39 # 50” \v. 6531.61 ft., thence S. 3256E. 1500 ft., to Cor. No. 2. thence S. 67*4'W. 300 ft. to Cor. No. 3, thence N. 32 f»6'\V. 1500 ft. to Cor. No. 4. thence N. 57°4'E. 300 ft. to Cor. No 1, the place of beginning, containing 9.417 acres, ex pressly excepting and excluding all conflict with Surveys Ncs. 690 Swamp Angel No. 2 lode and forming a por tion of the unsubdlvided. Twip. 3 S.. Range 73 W. of the 6th principal meridian. Said location being record ed in vol. 165 page 529 of the Rec ords of Gilpin County, State of Colo rado. Adjoining claimants owners of Surs. Nos. 690 and 16341. MARY WOLFE PARGIN, Register. Ist. pub., Nov. 18, 1916; last Jan. 30, 1916, . | NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. i Department of the Interior. (The Gilpin Observer) U. S. Land Office at Denver, Colo rado, Oct. 29, 1915. NOTGCE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that John B. Swanson, of Pine Cliff, Col orado, who on December 17th, 1908, made Homestead Entry, No. 03340, for tb© lots 1 and 2 and NJ3.V4 N. W.*4, Section 7, Township 2 S, Range 71 West 6th P. M., has filed notice of intention to make Homestead five year Proof, to establish claim to land above described, before the Register and Receiver of the Denver Land Office, at Denver, Colorado, on the 15th day of December,'l9ls. Claimant names as witnesses: George William Brajfleld, of Pine Cliff, Colorado. Rudolph A. Bengson, of Crescent, Col or ado, Martin Shankee, cf Black Hawk, Col orado, N. A Bengson, of Crescent Colora do. MARY WOLFE DARGIN, Register. NOTICE OF ADJUSTMENT DAY Notice is hereby given that on Monday the 29th day of November, A. D., 1915, Joseph Borzago, adminis trator of the estate of Gottleib Fank houser, deceased, will attend before tiho Judge of County Court at the Court House in Central City, in the County of Gilpin, and State of Colo rado, at 10 o’cHcok in the fore noon of said day for the purpose of set tling and adjusting claims, at which time all persons having claims and demands against said estate are re quested to present the same to the court. All persons indebted to said es tate are requested to make immediate payment. Witness, W. C. Fullerton Judge and, Clc rk of the county ccurt within and for the County of Gilpin, in the State 1 of Colorado, and t! e seal of said court tiiils Ist day of November, A. D.. 1915. W. C. FULLERTON, (SEAL) Judge and Clerk. Ist. pub., Nov. 4; fast Nov. 25, *ls. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR U. S. PATENT Mining Application No. 022178 Survey No. 19657 V. S. Land Office, Denver, Colo.. J October 13, 1915. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. Thai! in purtuance of Act of Congircce, an-! proved May 10. 1872. Wm. Loach for) 111 ms If and co-owner G. F. Vaughn j .-■ id whese pof ‘office is 1209 Pearl j St., Boulder, Cole., has made applied- j tion for patent for 1100 Inear feet on t e Pittsburg No l Ide bearing gold and tungsten, the same being j CL 16’29'W. from discovery shaft there on, with surface ground 187.10 feet in width, sUuate in Gnt id Island Min ing District, Boulder County, Staffs! cX Colorado, and described by the, official plat, herewith pcistcd, and by j the field notes on file in the officei, cf the Register of the U. S. Land Office at Denver, Colorado as fol lows, viz: Beginning at Cor. No. 1, tie N. E. Cor. Sec. 14, T. 1/S. R. 73 W. cf the 6th P. M.. bears N. 87 42'15"E. 1080.58 ft., thence S 16° 29'W. 1400 ft. to Cor. No. 2. thence | S. 87’42'W. 197.62 ft. to Cor. No. 3. thence N. 16*29'E. 1400 ft. to Cor.. No. 4, thence N. 87 42'E. 197.62 ft. to Cor. No. 1. place of beginning. Ccn taining 5.014 acres, expressly except- I ing and excluding all conflict with survey* Nos. 19656 Pittsburg lode and the S.Ms of the N. E.*4 Sec. 14. T. 1. I S. R. 73 W. of the 6th P. M. and forming a portion of the N. EA* of Section 14 Township 1, S. Range 73 west of the sixth principal meridian, said amended locations being record ed in Vo4. 320 page 168 of the Records of Boulder County, Colorado. Ad joining claims Sur. No. 19657 Pitts burg, Princeton and Banner lodes. MARY WOLFE DARGIN. Register. let. pub.. Oct. 14. 1915; lajs.t pub., Dec. 16. 1915. WHERE TO BUY GROCERIES Tlie Hawley Mdse. Co., can supply your wants from a complete stock of fancy and staple groceries. The freshest of vegetables and fruits In the ma**ket. Hay and grain in any quantity. Observer—the family paper—s 2 00. GraniteHouseßar Andreatti & Ambrosi, Props. —Finest Of— WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS . . . Nice Place . . . To Spond a Leisure Hour. GRANITE HOUSE. LAWRBNCE ST. THE GXLPIir OBSERVER, NOTICE of APPLICATION FOR U. S. PATENT Mining Application No. 022140 Survey No. 19656 U. S. Office, Denver, Colo., October 13, 1915. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That in pursuance of Act of Congress, ap proved May 10, 1872, Wm Loach, wjho&e postoffice is 1209 Pearl SL, Boulder, CoCol, has made application for patent for 1400, 1500, 1487, 1498.72 and 537.18 linear feet respectively, on the Pittsburg, Niagara, Princeton, Banner and Niagara Extension lodes bearing gold and. tungsten, the same being 874 ft. N. 16°29'E. and 526 CL S. 16°29'W.; also 883 ft N. 44°68' E and 617 ft. S. 44*68'W.; also 10 ft. N. 88*22'W. and 1477 ft. S. 88*22' E.; also 409 ft N. 47°15 , E., and 1089.72 ft. S. 47*15'W.; and also 487 CL N. 37°38'E. and 50.18 ft. S. 37°38' W. respectively from discovery ahatf!s toherton, with surface ground 150, 150. 150, 196.81 and 300 ft. in width, res pectively, situate in Grand Island Mil ing District, Boulder County, State of Colorado, and described by the official plat, herewith, posted, and by the field notes cm file in the of fice of the Register of tine U. S. Land Office at Denver, Colorado, as fol low*. viz: Beglnn/Irg at Cor. No. 1, Pittsburg lod *. whence the N. E. Cor. Sec. 14, T. 1, S. R. 73 W. of the 6th P. M. bears N. 87*42'15" E. 1080.58 ft., thence S. 16*29'W. 1400 ft. to Cor. No. 2, thence N. 87°42'E. 158.43 ft. to Cor. No. 3, thence N. 16*29'E 1400 ft. to Cor. No. 4, thence S. 87*42' W. 158.43 ft. to Cor. No. 1, place of beginning. Beginning at Cor. No. 1, Niagara lode, whence the N. E. Cor. Sec. 14. T. 1, S. R. 73 W. of the 6th. P. M. bears S. 83 C 3'E. 1522.29 ft., thenc? 3. 44 58'W. 1500 ft. to Cor. No. 2. thence N. 42*40'W. 150 ft. to Cor. No 3, t.i i?e N. 44°58'E. 1500 ft, to Cor. No. 4, thence S. 42’40'E. 150 ft. to Cor. No. 1, place cf beginning. Beginning at Cor. No. 1 Princeton lode whence the N. E. Cor. Sec. 14. T„ 1. S. R. 73 W. of the Gth P. M. be ■ N. 4C’53'E. 644.86 ft., thence N. 88'22'W. 1487 ft. to Cor. No. 2, th *S. 1 38'W. 150 ft. to Cor. No. 3. tlencc S. 88’22'E. 1487 ft. to Cor. No. 4, thence N. I°3B'E. 150 ft. to Cbr. No. 1, place of beginning. T. ?inning at Cor. No. 1 Banner, Lc<D ’ er.ee the N. E. Ccr. Sec. 14. i T. I.S. R. 73 W. of the 6th P. M. be S. 88*21'40"E. 1378.28 ft., tin : e S 47 15'W. 1498.72 ft. to Cor. No. 2. thence N. 42*40'W. 196.81 ft j to Cor. No. 3, thence X. 47 e ls'E. ! 114'8.72 ft. to Cor. No. 4, th?nce S. 4i 40'E. 196.81 ft. to Cor. No. 1. ph.ee of beginning. Beginning rjt Cor. No. 1 Niagara Extension lode., whence the N. E. Cor Sec. 14. T. 1. S. R. 73 W. of the Gth P. M. bears S. S4'9'2o"E. 1488.82 ft., thence N. 37 38'E. 537.18 ft. to Ccr. No. 2, thence X. 42*40'W. 304.35 ft. to Cor. No. 3. thence S. 37*38'W. 537.18 ft. to Cor. No. 4. thence S. 42*40'E. 304.35 ft. to Cor. No. 1.. place cf l*e ginning. Containing 21.018 acres, ex-1 pressly excepting and excluding all conflict with surveys Nos. 17357 I Oregon lode: 535 Little Emily and 18472 Grub Stake lodes; also 18342 Vacant Spot lode except its conflict with Niagara lede which is net ex cluded; also with the S. E.D of S. E.% Sec. 11 and S.i-j of N. EM Sec. 14. T. I.S. R. 73 W., cf the 6th P. M.; also Tract “A” and forming a part of Sections 11 and 14. Tawn&’.Fp 1 S. Range 73 west of the sixth prin cipal meridian.said locations and amended locaticns being recorded in Vol. 320, page 169; vol. 209, pages 28 and 283; and Vol. 320 pages 168 and 169 of the records of Boulder County. Colorado. Adjoining claims Sur. No. 535 Little Emily. 17367 Oregon. 18342 Vacant Spot and 18472 Grub Stake lodes; also Pittsburg No. 2. Troub lesome, Genesee and -Gray Eagle lodes. MARY WOLFE DARGIN, Register. Ist. pub., Cct. 14. 1915; last pub., Dec. 16, 1915. Observer—the family paper—s 2 00. You Road tha Other Fellow's Ad You are reading this one. That should convince you that advertising in these columns is a profitable prep osition; that it will bring business to your store. The fact that the other fellow advertises is prob ably the reason he is get ting more business than is falling to you. Would it not be well to give the other fellow a chance T» Read Yeur Ad li Thett Cfflimn NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR U. S. PATENT ! Mining Application No. 022126 Survey No. 19648 U. S. hind Office, Denver, Colo., Oct. 12, 1915. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that *<n pursuance of Act cf Canges®, ap proved May 10, 1872, The Tungsten Mimes company by P. M. Osborne, president, whose postof/ioe is 200 E. & C. Bldg.. Denver, Colo., has made application for patent for 1500 and 1500 linear feet respectively, on the Windy and Windy No. 2 lodes hearing gold and tungsten, the same being 837 ft. S. 58°E. and 663 ft. N. 58“ W.; aleo 88 ft. N. 86*25'E. and 1412 ft. S. 86*25' W., respectively from discovery shaft* therecn, with sur face ground 150 fe t in. width, respec tively, situate in Grand Island Min 'mg District, Boulder County, State of Colorado, and described by the official plat, herewith posted, and by the field notes on file in the office of the Register of the U. S. Land Office at Denver, Colorado, as fo-1- kxwna, viz: Beginning at Cor. No. 1, Windy lode, whence the S. W. Cor, Sec. 19, T. 1, S. R. 72 W. of the 6th P. M., bean? S. 84*43'40" W. 2943.60 ft., t'hjcmce- N. 58*W. 1500 ft to Cor. No. 2, thence N. 84°43'E. 247.62 ft. to Cor. No. 3. thence S. 58°E. 1500 ft. to Cor. No. 4. thence S. 84*43'W. 247.62 ft. to Cor. No. 1, place of be ginning. Beginning at Cor. No. 1, Windy No. 2 lode, whence the S. W. Cor. Sec. 19, T. 1. S. R. 72 W. cf the 6th P. M. bears S. 79*22'40"W. 2369.51 ft., thence N. 86*25'E. 1500 ft. to Cor. No. 2, thence X. 3’3s'W. 150 ft. to C-or. No. 3. thence S. 86*25'W. 1500 ft. to Cor No. 4. thence S. 3*35' E. 150 ft. to Cor No. 1. place of be ginning. Containing 6.002 acres, ex pmeesEy excepting and excluding all conflict with surveys Nos. 18534 El sie No. 5, Caribou No. 1. Cariboai No. 2, and Mammoth No. 2 lode - , but net the conflict with the D f :id r lode, which is not excluded; also • Sur. No. 19116 Mary Nelson lode and 19120 Elsie M. S. and forming a per son* cf Section 19. Towmrihip 1, S. Range 72 we*! of the sixth pr'nci pal meridian, said amended; location bediig recorded in Vol. 320 pages 112 ?:id 113 cf the Re-ortls of Boulder County, Colorado. Adjoining claims Sue*. No. 18534 Elsie No. 5, Caribou No. 1, Caribou No. 2, Mammoth No. 2 and Defender lodes; Sur. No. 19116] i Mary Nelson lode. 17710 Black Met- j |al lode, 18225 Sunday lode and 19120 l Elsie M. S. MARY WOLFE DARGIN. . Register. Ist pub., Cct. 21 : last Dee. 23, 1915 SPECIAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS We, the unders'gred, owners of not less than Un per cent cf the entire | capital stock cf Ti e West Fisk Gold j : Mining company, a corporation organ i iz°d under the laws of the state of ; Colorado, but whose charter l as ex ] pired. hereby call a special meet ing of the stockholders of said com- J pany to be held at the law office of Tames M. Seright. in Central City, Colorado, on the 30tli day of Novem ber, A. P.. 1915, at 10 o'clock, a. m.. of said day. for the purpose cf vot ing upon tie question whether the term of said corporation shall be ex tended for another term of twenty I years; and also the election of five i directors for said company to serve until the next annual meeting of stock holders. Dated November 3rd, 1915. H. W. GREENE. President. D. M. ROGERS. Secretary. H. W. GREENE. Stockholder, D. M. ROGERS, Stockholder. Ist pub.. Nov. 4: last Nov. 25, 'ls. Advertise In the Observer and gd result*. URINARY nschahqes. 24 'HUURsj | ALL DRUOOItITS j Auto Livery .*.*HACK SERVICE.*- Prompt Service Day or Night Meet all Trains 25c COUNTRY TRIPS ——— • - Williams , Livery PHONE, CENTRAL 19 YOUR DOLLAR Will com* back I* Jou V you ipMd It >t hom,. It li font for.,.r If you tuud k tu th, Mull-Ordur Hou„. A (luncu throutU our udruitialnf columns wfll |tvu you ua Mas whuru It will buy thu moat 5,000,000 MEN KILLED IN WAR THIRTY PERISH, FORTY-NINE If* JURED IN AIR RAID 3 ON VERONA. TURKS SINK SUBMARINE TWENTY DIE ON NEW LINER TORPEDOED BY AUSTRIA— CHURCHILL AT FRONT. Weatorn Newspaper Union NVws Service. London, Nov. 16. —Colonel Heussler, i Swiss military statistician, calcu lates the total losses in killed in the war at 5,000,000, according to dis patches from Berne. It is understood hifc estimate is based upon a compila tion of official reports and a study of each battle and campaign. Berlin. —“Afghanistan is preparing to war against the British possessions in India,” according to telegrams re ceived by the Overseas News Agency from Constantinople. “Fighting on the Afghanistan-lndia frontier,” the Turk ish advices add, “already has begun at several places.” Rome. —The Italian steamship Bos nia has been sunk by a submarine flying the Austrian flag. The pas sengers and crew of the liner boarded four lifeboats. Three of these craft have landed, but the fate of more than a score of persons in the fourth boat is not known. London. —Although London refuses :o share the consternation which the lissolution of the Greek chamber has mused in France, no attempt is made o minimize the seriousness of the situation, nor to ignore the fact that King Constantine’s action has put a lefinite quietus on all hopes of Nreek co-oporation in near future. The Greek King’s suppression of he majority in the chamber, of vhich M. Venizelos is the leader, is lot regarded here as a definife step oward fulfilling a secret compact vvith the central powers. Thirty persons are dead in Verona is a result of th: :e Austrian nero danes dropping bombs on the city. Thirty other persons were seriously ind nineteen slightly injured. The I ombs of the aircraft found most of . heir victims in Ihe principal square f the city, where citizens and peas nts from outlying districts w'ere at ending the market. Nineteen per ons were killed by one bomb. Beyond the German announcement if the capture of the passes and neights of Jastrebac, carrying slight ly further southward the Serbian jrive of the Austro-Gcrmans, there nas been no recent achievement on zither side in the Serbian campaign. French cavalry patrols are reported :o have surrounded Vclcs but the ! Bulgarians still hold the town. An official statement given out by lie admiralty, announces th.:t British übmarine E-20 has probably been 1 sunk by the Turks in the Sea of Marmora. Heavy losses are said to have been ntlicted upon the Bulgarians by the Serbians at Katrhanik pass. The Bail: Express in a collation f rom various sources, arrives at the conclusion that fourteen superdread nughts have been added to the riti. h navy since the outbreak of I the war. 1 Winston Churchill, whose resigna tion from the British Cabinet was announced, will join his regiment in France. TRAIN ON D. & R. G. WRECKED. Nineteen Persons Injured When a Broken Rail Causes Four Cars to Topple Over. I Salida. —Nineteen persons, includ ing thirteen passengers, were slight ly Injured when Train No. 4, east ijound. of the Denver & Rio Grande railroad left the rails near Brown's Canon station at 4:40 a. m. Saturday and four of the cars toppled over on their sides. Only for the fact that the cars were of all steel construc tion was a serious loss of life* averted The train was running a few min utes late when the accident occurred it a point about 150 feet from the Arkansas river, which here winds \ around in a succession of curves. Word was sent to this city nt once,, tnd preparations were made to dis | patch relief and wrecking crews to i the scene. Within four hours the track was cleared and the Injured per sons were brought here and sent on to Denver. The accident was caused by st broken rail. Villa Defeated, Declares Caller Douglas. Arlz. —Gen. P. Elias Guiles announced the receipt of nn official dispatch stating that Gen. Francisco Urbalejo, commanding Villa's Yaqui Indians, was defeated by Gen. Dlegues at Carbo, thirty miles north of Merino illlo. Dr. Snyder's Funeral at Greeley. Greeley.—Funeral services for Dr. Z. X. Snyder, for twenty-three years president of the State Teachers’ Orl jlege, were held here.