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All EPITOME OF , LATE LIVE IIEVS I i CONDENSED RECORD OF THE PROGRESS OF EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD. FROM ALL SOURCES SAYINGS, DOINGS. ACHIEVE MENTS, SUFFERINGS, HOPES AND FEARS OF MANKIND. Waatarn Nwpap.r Inlon imi .rvlc ABOUT THE WAR. Two Oormnn submarines have tpin teunk In British waters, BororOini? to D Oltlcllll KlinOUUCt-'UK'Ul given out 111 Ixiirloii Kiiday. A report from Constantinople ronrhod London I) y way of Berlin, Jtalliij; that tliren British ships hail been badly damaged by fire from the iorlB. After retiring to the Dnelster river, the Russians a'aln have rrosnvl Into IlukoK'ina. and are unofficially re ported to be bark In Czernowitz. They already had taken SutliiKoru, a few miles to the northenut of the capital. Thousands of Austrian troops are belni? slaughtered by Rushlniis with band grenades, according to the offi cial I'ttroRrad war report. Slavs in the Carpathian pasees captured 37,001) Austrlans In Thursday's battles. Kxeept In the Central Ileskld pass of the Carpathians, where the fierce Austrian attacks have moderated somewhat, the Russians are now on the offensive alont; the whole len;;th of their extremely long line from the Baltic sea to the Rumanian border. The gutters of Przasnysz are run ning red with blood after a series of desperate battles. The city was taken by assault by the Hermans ten days ago and was recaptured three days later by the Russians. It Is still the center of fierce fighting. Berlin army headquarters under date of March 4 issued a report saying that a French Bteamer, loaded with ammunition and on her way to Niou port, had gone Into Ostend by Mis take. Ostenrt, being In the pousesuion of the Cernían, the steamer was helled and sent to the bottom. WESTERN. Reports to the Indian office show that nearly 2(10 Piules are ort their reservation. Thomas R. Bard, former I'ulted States senator from California, died at his home at Hueneme, Cal. An Indorsement of President Wil son's European war policy was tabled in the Iowa Senate by a vote of 2S to 9. The West Virginia building at tho Panama-Pacific exposition was dedi cated at San Francisco with speeches and a reception. The Minnesota Senate defeated the bill providing the submission to tin voters of a constitutional amendment .granting full suffrage to women. State Senator W1IÜB 15. Shaw of De catur, Democrat, Introduced in the Illinois Senate a bill to repeal the limited woman suffrage ait of K'K! and the township option act. Swirling over lake Michigan at a flfty-mile-anhour speed, one of the worst gales of the winter Fridny en dangered shipping and forced at least one big boat to run back to port at Chicago after a two-hour battle with swamping hh;h seas. Fears for tho safety of John Wetherlll, the Indian expert, the Wade brothers and their party, which set out for the trading1 post at Kayenta, Ariz., were dispelled when an Indian rider reached the posse at Illuff, I'tali, with news that they had passed the danger zone. WASHINGTON. rirlgadlcr General Scott left 'or I'tali to attempt u peaceful settlement wilh tbe recalcitrant Piute Indians. Farewell speeclnnr.king was a fea ture of the closing proceedings in both Senate sud House. Gallinger offered tbe resolution thanking Vice President Marshall for his couscieniloiis impar tial rulings. A similar resolution thanking President Pro Tempore Clarke was Introduced by Senator Jo!ie. Minority Leader Maun, pro posing a resolution of thanks to Speaker Clark, Victor M unlock, being In the chair, called uMention to tho fact that the leader of one party was addressing the leader of still another party. "It could not be witnessed In any other parliamentary body In tli ' world," he declared. Murdock eulo (Sized Speaker Clark and Minority Leader Mann. He declared the House truly representative of the nation. The VnltcJ States w ill Insist on its right to get dyestuffg from Germany tf Knglaud contluuea to do so. War Secretary Garrison began In vestigating charges made in the Canadian parliament that American militia officers are serving in tho Canadian army. Congress has passed legislation making grants of obsolete cannon and cannon balls for decorative purposes to Colorado cities of Boulder, La Junta, Grand Junction and Gienwood Springs. Assurance that tho Jewish popula tlon of Palestine "enjoy perfect safely" was given in an official com munlcation from Constantinople dated March Í. was made public by the Turkish embassy. Ths names of Rear Admirals Fletcher, Howard and Cowles, com tnandlug the Atlantic, Pacific and Asiatic fleets, wero brought forward In naval circle as President Wilson's probable selections for three new ad mirals of tbe nary, Just authorized by Congress. Internal dissension and political un rest are Increasing In Portugal, ac cording to a special dispatch from Madr'.d. A slight earthquake shock lasting four seconds, which was felt In Tus cany and other sections In the central part of Italy, caused no fatalities and only slight material damage. William Wlllett, whose proposal seferal years 111:0 to "manufacture day light" by legislation to move all clocks forward a few hours, attracted world wldo attention. Is dead at Chislehurst, near Ixmdon. Offlcinl returns show Hint up to Feb ruary 13Í 49.000 Turkish prisoners, In cluding 527 officers, had passed through Pyatigorsk aluce the war with Turkey began, on their w ay to the In terior of Russia. Sarah Bernhardt, whose condition was considered excellent for several dnvs afler the amputation of her right leg on Feb. 22, recently has felt a re action, and her condition caused her frb-nds some anxiety. Renter's correspondent at The Higue telegraphs that a royal decree has been Issued prohibiting the expor tation from the Netherlands of sheep, chicory in every form, canned meats and various meat products. The Ward line steamer Morro Ca.-tle came Into Vera Cruz, having on board the survivors of the Mexican gunboat Progreso, which w as blown up Feb. 2S off tho port of progreso, Yuca tan. The survivors number between 120 and 1.10, and It Is believed about thirty men lost their lives. Premier Asquith pointed out to the House of Commons that on April 1 the war would have last 210 tiays, with an average expenditure of $7,- Suo.iioo daily. After mnking full al lownneo for all Items not In the na ture of recoverable loans, the expendi ture would not work out less than $6, 000,000. The total amount raised un der votes for credit during the cur rent financial year $l,f.lO,000,000 represented broadly the difference In expenditures on a peace and a war footing. SPORT. The firemen outrun the police in the contest at Denver Friday night. Governor Stewart signed an nntl- race track gambling bill which puts nn end to betting on horse racing In Monlana. Governor Kendrick of Wyoming ve- ocd the bill passed by the House and Senate, permitting boxing bouts and sparring exhibitions. Dick liuttrcy", middleweight, and Montana Jack Collins, middleweight, re matched to box twenty rounds on March 12 In Victor, Colo., before th Cripple Creek Dktrlct Athletic Club. Negotiations for lease on Overland park race track for a meeting In June have been opened by a Denver syndi cate of busii'css men, who have al ready started negotiations with the state racing commission for a license, at-cordlng to statements by Denver racing men. CENERAL. The Masonic Scottish Rite Cathed ral w-s swept by fire at Wheeling, W, Va. Tile loss was estimated at $lou,000, The body of Lillian May Cook, pretty eighteen-year-old Brooklyn sten ographer, was found In a lonely part of West rock park at New Haven, Conn. MrB. Agnes Orner, being tried for the sixth time on the charge of having poisoned her daughter, Llllle, in Feb ruary, 1911, in El Paso, Tex., was found guilty and réntente flx;-:l at life Imprisonment. Leo Hoth shot and instantly killed ills father, John J. Hoth, a Pennsyl vania railroad brakeman, at Buffalo, N. Y., when the older Hoth attempted to attack his wife with a butcher knife. Frank Wilkerson. who Is accused ol having participated in the robbery of toe Willlamsvilb-, Mo., State bank when $1,000 was stolen, was captured eleven miles from there by a posse. Williams, the authorities say, haa confessed. Three hundred and fifty children In a La Crosse, Wis., school marched out of the building In less than a minute when tile fire drill gong sounded and found when they readied tho street that the attic und roof of tho school was In flumes. Hie Danish steamer 1'nlted States, reaching New York from Copenhagen, Chrlstiauia and Christlansand, had aboard twenty-two boxes containing about $5011,000 In gold coin consigned to a Nw York baenk from a bank In Copenhagen. Sensational reports that millions ol dollars in orders for war material: from the I'nlted States nan been can celled nearly knocked the bottom out of the wheat market at Chicago FrlJ day. After a fall of 7 cents a bushel, prices closed wild at 4V. rents to 47i cents under Thursday night. Corn suffered a net decline of l'iíllS cents, and oats of cents. The White Star line steamer Baltic, carrying 18.000 tons of war supplies, Bteamed from New York for I J ver pool. Her commander, ('apt. J. B. Hansom, said thut ns far as he was concerned he "would fly the British fias from America to hell," notwith standing German submarines. It was said that the Baltic carried In her holds merchandise and foodstuffs suf ficient to fill 1,500 freight cars. Isaac Belles, great grand uncle ot Mrs. Halstcd Rltter, celebrated hla one hundredth birthday aunlvci uary In Tborutown, Ind., on Feb. 22. Thomas Curr, arrested at Los An gelen several days ago, bus confessed to more Iban 100 burglaries com mltted In and near Los Angeles, ao cording to statements made at th sheriff's office. Jewelry and other ar tides estimated to be worth $10,000, have been recovered, with the aid ol tbe prisoner. Three young women, confined U their rooms by Illness, were carried from Uowlrr ball, a Hiram, Ohio, col lege dormitory, when fire swept through the balls. CoJlege boys pul out the Games. FOREIGN. WESTERN MINING NEWS IN BRIEF Waalarn Nawae.par Union News Hervlca. PRICE OF METAL8. Bar Silver 49'c. Lead Per 100 lbs., New York, $$3.87 3 92. Spelter Per 100 lbs., St. Louis, $10.00 (y io.úo. Copper Canting brand, $11.25 3 14.G2. RECORD OUTPUT DURING 8HORT MONTH. Cripple Creek The output of the Cripple Creek district for the short month of February totaled 72,1 GG tons, with a gross bullion value of $1,34 5,- ((1.40, showing a big Increase and setabllshlng a new recent year record. The average value per ton was $18. G3. A high average is shown for the ore treated at the mill of the Golden Cycle Mining Company in Colorado Spring. This increase Is directly due to the leh Cre8son mine shipment. Dividends were paid during Febru ary by tile Golden Cycle Mining Com pany of $73,000, and the Klkton Con solidated of $;0.oon, a total of $125,000. The Crcsson Consolidated, a close cor poration. Is also believed to have paid an Increased dividend. ' The treatment figures as reported out by the mill managers and repre sentatives of the Bmelters In this dis trict follow: Average Oross Value. 224.000 00 hefi.000.00 HIU.OU0.0O ST,. 370.50 29.3Ó0.90 31,040.00 4.000 00 2,800.00 Z. 100 00 l.OOO.OO riant Tonnnec. Vnlu-. SpH-ltcrs a.M'O $1,0.110 (Julili-n Cycle. 26. mu ,n no 20.00 a 70 2 90 Portland 9,iU0 I'nrtluric 'O. C. (IlKlili-t) ...U.SRj Htriittmi'H Iml.lO.tL'l Ihurn-Aliix. 3,!S0 tt.OU ! 00 4.00 KliVHliaugh-Jo Handy Z.onn WIM Home... 71)0 Neville Free Coinage . . . "no 3 00 2.00 Isabella mill.. f,00 Totals 72.166 $1,345.661.40 Arizona. T. F. Forrester of Blsbee is display ing some rich specimens of gold quarts from his claims in the Dos Cabezas district. Van II. Brooks of thi Old Reward property, about twenty-seven miles southwest of Casa Grande, reports a lurgu deposit of zinc ore. At Douglas the Calumet & Arizona smelter output for February exceeded the January output by approximately a quarter million pounds. New Mexico. The Deadwood Mining Company at Mogollón will start their mill about April 1. Tills will make the third mill in operation. T. C. Brown of Socorro has pur chased the Illinois and Saratoga mines at Kingston, Sierra county, the con sideration being $5,000. The Silver Glance Mining and De velopment Company, capitalized at $26,000, Is the name of a new corpora tion, papers for which were drawn at Silver City. Wyomlnrj. Tho Midwest Oil Company, which operates ill the Salt Creek field of Wyoming, earned $1 148,458.97 during 11114, according to the annual report of the president, L. L. Aitken. Against this was charged $G98,90G.35 for ex penses and cost of crude oil, leaving net earnings of 5449,552.G2, from which dividends aggregating $200,000 wore paid. Colorado. The big mill of the Creede Mines and Milling Company Is a bUBy place at the present time. There Is good prospects of tho Lloyd & Ix)we oil well on Roan creek, near Delieque, becoming a good pro ducer. At Leadvllle rapid progress Is re ported In preparing the Penrose for the $200,000 pumping plant. Mining around and In Empire, up per Clear Creek county, Is going on at a good rate. Shipments from the molybdenite district of Daly are a regulur occurrence. The normal price for spelter In the Lcadvlllo district is $U per 100 pounds. It Is now $10 per 100 pounds In New York and close to that figure in St. Louis, or 70 per cent above normal. In Idaho Springs district shipments of ore from the Lake mine, as stated by Manager Wiley, for the month of January, reached 115 tons, while the amount paid out for the ore was over $35,000. This la an Increase ot 10 per rent hotli In tonnage and value over that of January, 1914. t At Cripple Creek the Komet Leas ing Compuny, under the management of Mutt Korff, Is doing considerable development work on a block of Isa bella ground on the Lee nhaft. The ore house of the Isabella is now taxed to Its fullest capacity to take care of the numerous shippers on that prop erty. Cripple Creek's total production ot $340,01)0,000 In gold in twenty-three years will be Increased to nearly $300, 000,000 by the time Colorado's premier gold camp reaches Its twenty-fourth year. If the rate of yield that has be?n net thus fur continues. This will mean a total output of $20,000,000 during the year. George K. Kimball had a retort that weighed fifty-two ounces in gold. The ore. seven cords, was taken from the twelfth level In the Old Town mine, Gilpin county, and from a blind lead '.n this level. Vindicator stock sold at $1.33 pet share March 3 on the completion ot the purchase of the Gulden Cycle group for a stated consideration of $1, 500,000 In cash. 90 per cent of which goes directly to John T. Mllllken ot St. Louis. The I'nlted Gold Mines group, the Golden Cycle mill at Colo rado City and the coal mines north ol the mill constitute the basis for a sep arate sale. Reports from Cripple Creek stats that tbe Kornat Leasing Company has made a profitable strlus in Its leas oa Isabtilla (round SLUGGISH BOWELS No sick headache, sour stomach, biliousness or constipation by morning. Get a 10 cent box now. Turn the rascals out the headache, biliousness, Indigestion, the sick, sour stomach and foul gases turn them out to-night and keep them out with Cases rets. Millions of men and women take a Cascaret now and then and never know the misery caused by a lazy liver, clogged bowels or an upset stom ach. Don't put In another day of distress. Let Cascarela cleanse your stomach: remove the sour, fermenting food; take the excess bile from your liver and carry out all the constipated waste matter and poison In the bowels. Then you will feel great A Cascaret to night straightens you out by morning. They work while you aleep. A 10-cent box from any drug store means a clear head, sweet stomach and clean, healthy liver and bowel action for months. Chil dren love Cascareis because they never gripe or sicken. Adv. A Leading Question. In the blue days between Christmas and New Year's, when a printing order would have caused either of them to start an Inquest to determine the san ity of the customer, two printers met in the corridor, says Associated Adver tising. "Just transacted some business," quoth one. "Naw!" said the other, In a tone to tease a further response. "Yes, I did I Just mailed a letter," said the first. To which the other responded, breathlessly. "Tip me off where'd you get the two cents." SAGE TEA DARKENS GRAY HAIR TO ANY SHADE. TRY IT! Keep Your Lock Youthful, Dark, Glossy and Thick With Garden Sags and Sulphur. When you darken your hair with Sage Tea and Sulphur, no one can tell, because It's done so naturally, so evenly. Preparing this mixture, though, at borne 1b muBsy and trouble some. For SO cents you can buy at any drug Btore the ready-to-use tonlo called "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy." You just dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. By morn ing all gray hair disappears, and, after another application or two, your hair becomes beautifully darkened, glossy and luxuriant. You will also dis cover dandruff Is gone and hair has stopped falling. Gray, faded hair, though no dis grace. Is a sign of old age, and as we all desire a youthful and attractive ap pearance, get busy at once with Wy eth's Sage and Sulphur and look years younger. Adv. Why, of Course He Did. "Gabe," said the lawyer to the amazed negro witness, who had been listening to a heated dUcussion as to the admissibility ct certain testimony, "you have followed carefully this in tricato discussion touching cn the va rious aspects of medical jurisprudence Involved in the issue we have before us for adjudication; and in view of that I now desire to know whether you do or do not And your evidence still coincides with the theory ad vanced by my learned brother?" The witness cast a triumphant sido glance at his own attorney. Then he puffed out his lips and ills chest. 'Most doubtless!" he answered. Long-Felt Want. Flitbush I see a novelty is a tele scoping phonograph horn, made of a number of sections which slide to gether for convenience in carrying. Bensonhurst We don't care so much about the horn, but what I'd like to see la something that would shut up a neighbor's phonograph. Net by a Long Way. "Let me see, now," said the, minis ter at the christening, dipping his pen Into the ink to record the event. "Isn't this the 27th?" "I should say not," retorted tho in dlgnant mother; "it Is only the ninth! Oh, That's It. Redd Does ho drive his own car? Greene No; his wife's. 8TRENGTH. Without Overloading The Stomach, The business man, especially, needs food In the morning that will not over load the stomach, but give mental vig or for the day. Much depends on the start a man gets each duy as to bow be may ex pect to accomplish the work on hand. He can't be alert with a heavy, fried meat-and-potatoes breakfast, requiring a lot of vital energy In digesting It, A Calif, business man found a food combination for producing energy. He writes: "For years I was unable to find breakfast food thut had nutrition enough to sustain a business man without overloading bis stomach, caus ing Indigestion and kindred ailments, "Being a very busy and also a very nervous man, 1 bad about decided to give up breakfast altogether. But luck ily I was Induced to try Grape-Nuts. "Since that morning I have been new man; can work without tiring my head is clear and my nerves strong and quiet "I find that Grape-Nuts, with a little sugar and a small quantity ot cold milk, makes a delicious morning meal, which Invigorates me for tho day business." Name given by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. Read, "The Road to Well ville," In pkgs. 'There's a Reason Em trxm fh ltlrr A it p w ra tvm tlmtm tm tlaa. Tfetl r ajaamla. lr)f mm4 fall hauuUi SIXTY-THIRD CONGRESS RECORO BREAKING 8ESSION DIES WITHOUT STRUGGLE. Postoffice, Indian, and Shipping Bills Expire With It. President Wil son Signs Seamen's Measure. Wwtrn N-wpnpf-r t'nlon Nwa Sorvlca. Washington The Sixty -third Con gress a rerord breaker in many re spectsexpired by limitation at noon March 4th. With an unusual record of legisla tion accomplished, bango of gcvcls In tha Senate and tho House sounded "Taps" on the session launched a month after President Wilson's inaug uration two years ago. "Swan songs" were sung by retiring House members. Resolutions of felici ty were given Speaker Clark and the party leaders. A costly oil painting of himself was the members' gift to the retiring Democratic leader. Represen tative Underwood. After an all-night vigil Congress showed an unexpected burst of speed and practically finished its loKinlntive work nearly two hour3 before tho time of adjournment. Two of the principal appropriation bills, the postal bill and the Indian bill, failed at the last moment, and Joint resolutions wero passed extend ing the current appropriation!) for the Por. 'office Department and tho Indian Bureau over the next fiscal year. The clause In the pootofflco appro priation bill providing that assistant postmasters be abolished, was elimi nated by the conference report. The House finally passed and sent to the President the resolution passed by the Sennte, giving the President power to enforce this nation's neu trality. The ship purchase bill Is dead. Administration senators, threatened with continuation of tho Republican filibuster, did not plan another r.ttempt to revive It. The bill dies In confer ence. Rural credits legislation also Is dead. Instead, a congressional commission 4s authorized to investigate the whole subject and report to the next Con gress by Jan. 1, 1916. The House pacred the bill providing aid to Alnskan agricultural colleges; approved dropping the Impeachment charges ogainat former Judge Daniel Thew Wright, and, as a tribute to the veteran representative, Bartlett of Georgia, who retires, passed a bill ap propriating $50,000 for a federal build ing at Forsyth, Georgia. Cleaned Slates. The House, cleaning its slate before ten o'clock, settled down to wait for noon. ' Democratic Leader Underwood, making his Intt speech on the floor for he goes to the Senate in the Sixty fourth Congress declared tho House bad done Its work and it would not be the fault of that body If the govern ment's flnunces were not cared for. Tse Senate, after concurring with the House extension ot tho postal and ndian appropriations, went Into ex ecutive Bession to work on nomina tions. President Wilson went to the cap ítol at 10 o'clock and promptly began signing the accumulation of bills and resolutions. The President signed the La Fol- lette seamen's bill Improving the forking conditions of American sea men and increasing lifesaving equip ment requirements. Records Smashed. In time consumed the Congress which ended on the 4th emashed rec ords. It bad been In session 637 days. The special seBSlon called In April, 1913, leaped Into the December ses sion that year, which continued until last October, adjourning only five weeks before the present session be gan last December. The principal accomplishments ot the Sixty-third Congress were the fol lowing laws: New tariff and Income tax, new cur rency system, creating a federal Trade Commission, amending the anti trust act, repeal of the Panama ca nal "free tollB" provision, authoriz ing a government rallrc.d in Alaska, empowering use of armed forces In Mexico, the war tax creating a war risk insurance bureau and ratification 3t twenty-one peace ireuties. With the cho of the adjournment lavel many big figures in public life retlreu. Nine senators and almost 15J representatives left Congress. The Senate had 53 Democratic, 42 Republican and 1 Progressive mem ber. The Sixty-fourth Congress will see 56 Democratic, 1 Progressive and 19 Republican senators seated. Tbe House had 2S0 Democrats, 124 republicana, 17 Progressives and 1 In dependent. Tne next House will have 231 Democrats. 191 Republicans, 7 Pro- jresslves, 1 Socialist and 1 Inde pendent. The total appropriations of the ses sion were approximately $1,120,484, 24, several millions under the record f previous Congresses. Wilson Praises Work. After his return to the White House President Wilson dictated the follow Ins statement about Congress and Its work: "A great Congress has closed Its sesslonB. Its work will prove the pur pose and quality ot its statesmanship more and more, the longer It Is test ed. Business has now a time of calm and thoughtful adjustment before it, disturbed only by the European war. TheTclrcumstuiiceB creuted by the war put the nation to a special test, a test of its true character and of Its self control. Calls on Nation for Peace. "The constant thought of every pa triotic man should now be for the country, its peace, its order, its Just and tempered Judgment iu the face of perplexing difficulties. Its dignity and its strength alike will appear not only In the revival of its business, do spite abnormal conditions, but also in its power to think, to purpose and to act with patience, with disinterested fulrness, and without excitement, iu a spirit of friendliness and enlighten ment which will firmly establish its Influence throughout the world." Strolling down Fifth Avenue, the New Yorker lights a F ATI MA. Pro gressive young men everywhere buy three ti nes as many FATIMAS as any other 15c cigarette. V XA.; RET2Q CIIMei Tour Warn 5 Passenger, Gray & Davis, Electric Lights v and Starter, 25 H. P. Oreateat hill -llm lr : 58 to 30 mile on 1 gallon l?Holiiie. 1O.0OU miles on one Bet of tlrta. Btrwart Speedometer, oue man top, 106 Inch wheel bane, 33i34 Ineh tire, weight l.OO pounds. UETZ ami CARTKRCAR I)ltrlbu tora (or Colorado, New Mexico and Wjomlnj. The Colorado Cartercar Co. 1636 Broadway i Deaver, Colorado LIVE AGENTS WANTED li H.P. Chore Coy Engine, $28.50 2 H. P. Hired Man Engine, $35.00 6 dlaconnt for cash with order. 10 Dafi Free Trial. Absolutely fnaimnt3 to opermt to your rmtr atlrtfacUon, Pump ut, run 'fpaitiur, cbum, grind fted. told and Guaranteed by L. A. W ATKINS MDSC CO.. DENVER, COLO CZenuirt Matchtords Calf Meat 23 lbs. $1.0-50 its. S2.QO-IOQ 10s. $3 50 DEFIANCE STARCH is constantly growing in favor because it Does Not Stick to the Iron and it will not injure the finest fabric. For laundry purposes it has no equal. 16 ot. psckage 10c 1-3 more starch for tame money. DEFIANCE STARCH CO., Omaha. Nebraska snip YOUR BROOM CORN TO US FOR BEST RESULTS CHEAP rJkiScB RATES LIBERAL LOANS MADE WRITE US COYNE BROTHERS US trV. SOUTH WATER ST.. CHICAGO Pianos "p Victrolas Mention catalog you are interested in and we'll Bend it free, prepaid, with full infor mation of our "EASY PAY PLAN." W prepay freight charges and sell under a money back guarantee. - THE KNIGHT-CAMPBELL MUSIC CO..Sennr.Colo. Strategic Elementi. The Wlte (purchasing new gown) Of course, It's quite nice, but there Is nothing military about the cut of it The Husband On the contrary, it reminds me of a tertea of tight cor ners, very hard to get out ot. Lon don Opinion. NEGLECT YOUR SCALP. And Lose Your Hair. Cutlcura Pre vents It, Trial Free, Cutlcura Soap shampoos . cleanse and purify the scalp of dandruff while the Ointment soothes and heals the Irritated scalp skin. Dandruff and itching are air destroyers. Oet ac quainted with these supercreamy emol lients for the Bkin and scalp. Sample each free by mail with Book. Address postcard, Cutlcura, Dept. XY, Boston. Sold everywhere. Adv. Generally Amusing. Would-lie Contributor Do you print serious poetry by amateurs? Editor Only in tho humorous col umn. There Is nothing new under the sun. All the good excuses have already been made. Put Off Old Age Soma old folks are bent and shaky. Others are straight and strong. It can't be mere oldness" that works such havoc. No it's too often uric acid. Fight off this life-sapping poison. Help the kid neys take it from the blood. To aid them, live carefully and stimulate their action with the old reliable medicine, Doan's Kidney Pills. A Colorado Cato fU& Inn Mrs. Mary Dusinff, ftlrtlil ta., uieiKeii riilKe, Olo., Buys: "My back and kiJ nvys troubled me for yearn und colds made me worse. I could hardly move and inoritliiRH the soreness and lame. iiHS was terrible. Tlie kidney set-re-' lion wt-ie excea- , sirs biiu lucia tv-7 4. nymploms of in i j itummaiion. Doan's ne y Pills re ed tne soreness pain und I havi bad nu sign of kid mi y trouble since." CM Ihmm's at Amw Stem. B0 a Bo DOAN'S,1 "iliV rOdTLttMlLBURN CO- BUFFALO, R Y. Mm mm If ,ir" mm \n\n NOTICIAS DEL SUROESTE Waatarn Newapapnr Union Niwi Barrica, Nuevo México. La fabrica que trata la planta llamada "hierba de oso" en Tucumcarl esta progresando. Se manifest en Tucumearl una opinión contra la sugerida división del condado de Quay. En el distrito de Curry sa ha plan tado una cantidad de trigo doble do la que era el año pasado. Los agricultores están ocupados en preparar sus planes de trabajos para la siembra de la primavera. Cora A. Sanford fué nombrada ad ministradora de correos en Cloverdale Ei'genlo Romero administrador en Mora. El Senado pasó á la unanimidad el memorial de buenos caminos federales. 1.a suma de asistencia representa $2, 000,000. La ley general bancaria, endorsada por los banqueros del eBtado, fue votada por la Cámara por un voto de 32 contra 13. La oficina do correos y tienda co- perativa de Rodeo fué demolida pot bandidos y el cofre-fuerte robado de su contenido. A. N. 'Blazer de Mesealero declara que los Indios tuvieron un buen afio en 1914 y cosecharon una ' gran cantidad de avena. John L. Zimmerman, encargado da la oficina de estampillas de Impuesto federal en Santa Fé recibió Bellos pot el valor de $23,000. Pronto West estará en conexión telefónica con la capital de condado. Los postes están en la tierra pero no esta puesto todavía el alambre. El banquete de la Cámara de Comercio en honor del Coronel Geo. E. Bushnell, en Silver City, fuá distintamente un negocio militar. El hijo de quince años de Candelario Silva de East Ratón, fué matado a instante cuando un revolver de calibre 22 con que estaba jugando disparó y la bala penetró por el ojo. La Asociación de Criadores de Ganado de Nuevo México va á tenet su primera convención anual en Silvei City el Viernes y el Sábado, abril 2 y s. El proyecto de enmienda constitu clonal presentado á la Cámara por el Señor Bryant, en favor del sufragio de la mujer, fué excluido del calendarle por un voto de 25 contra 9. La construcción del molino de min eral en el distrito de Pinos Altos, qui cuando completado representará uns Buma gastada de $25,000, está ahors progresando. Carl Teeter de Tucumcárl fué herldc mientras trabajando debajo de un carro del Golden Limited. Tuvo o cráneo desgarado y los ojos casi sacados de la cabeza. El departamento de Instrucción pública dló ayuda de estado á lai escuelas en el condado de Guadalupe en la suma de $1,300 y de $822.82 á lai escuelas del condudo de Torrance. Se informa de que John Snyder de Alamogordo compró los buyes del estanque de la Montaña, pagando $31 por los más jóvenes, $40 por los d dos años, $3 por los de tres años. Ratón tuvo dos pulgadas de nieve el segundo del mes, la calda de nieve máB fuerte del invierno. Al norte, li nieve tendría dos pies de espesor, ) catorce pulgadas entre Springer y Lai Vegas. Wiley H. Johnson, que murió haci poco cerca de Springer y que podli remontar su historia hasta 300 añoi A. C, era el nieto de Alexander Hamil ton matado en un duel por Aaron Bun en 1804. MáB de 200 francmasons se sentaroc A la mesa de hanquete en la catedral del rito escocés en Santa Fé. El comité Judicial de la Cáman presentó H. B. 361, aprobando la codi flcaclón de las leyes de Nuevo Méxl co, según la forma recientemente com pletada por el juez Mechen), S. B DuDvts y Herbert Clark. Dos más atractivos grandes han side agregados al edificio de Nuexo Méxicc en la Exposición de Panamá Pacific. Uno es un ladrillo de oro, el otro el el terrón de carbón de piedra mái grande que se haya minado. "No culpable" fué el veredicto del jurado en el cuso de asesinato de Hershal Taylor en Clovls. El jurado, además pidió á la corte que amonestase al defensor para que viviera mejor vida en el porvenir. El Representante Fred O. Blood de San Miguel presentó á la Cámara un proyecto para dar al estado de Nueva México una bandera oficial, y una bandera hermosamente bordada re spondiendo á la descripción del proyecto de la bandera oficial det estado, fué enviada al despacho del secretarlo con la medida. Aproximadamente 1,000,000 cabezal de ganado estimadas en $47,500,000 estaban en Nuevo México al fin del año fiscal pasado, el 30 de noviembre, 1914, según el Informe bienal del Con sejo Sanitario de Ganado de Estado, ahora en menos del gobernador Mo- Donald. Robert Rose y su esposa, negros, implicados en la querella de Koehlor, en que la Señora W. C. Beuge fué accidentalmente matada por el sheriff Calhoun, fueron arrestados con Cal houn bajo fianza esperando la de cisión del gran Jurado en Ratón. El proyecto 'de Cámara No. 176, por el Señor Vigil de Unión, come enmienda á la Sección 1, Capitulo 104, leyes de 1909, aumentando el premio sobre la caza de animales salvajes, de 2 A $3 sobre los coyotes, de $10 & $15 sobre los loboB, y fijando el premio lobre loa leones de montañas en $15 fué presentado en un informe favor ible. Una muerte horrible fué la de Wll lam Harold Woods en Thoreau, al (star golpeado é Instantemente matado )or un tren del Santa Fé hacia el esta.