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AN EPITOME OF LATE LIVE NEWS CONDENSED RECORD Of THE PROGRESS OF EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD. FROM ALL SOURCES SAYINGS, D O I N Q 8, ACHIEVE. MENTS, SUFFERINGS, HOPES AND FEARS OF MANKIND. Westsrn Newspaper Union Tfews service. WESTERN. El Ouardaadel Bravo, a Mexican pa per published at Laredo, Tex.. In the Interests of the Huerta government was suspended by order of District Judge Mullaly and Mayor McComb. "Monterey Is In the hands of the constitutionalists after a five days' battle," was an official announcement at Brownsville, Tex., from constitu tionalist headquarters In Matamoros. The Polish Roman Catholic Union of North America, an organization with a membership of 90,000, of whom 20,000 are In Chicago, has offered its services If needed, In the war with Mexico, Governor Hiram W. Johnson of Cali fornia declined to pardon or commute the sentence of Abraham Reuf, serv ing fourteen years for bribery, or to Intercede with the state board of pris on directors for a parole. A request for half fare rates on the Missouri Pacific-Iron Mountain sys tem for the Mexican refugees now be ing brought to gulf ports was made on the passenger traffic department of that road by Secretary of State Bryan. Colonel Melvln Grlgsby of Sioux Falls, S. D., who claims he is the origi nator of the Rough Riders idea In the Spanish-American war, said he had an ticipated Colonel Roosevelt three days tn applying for a commission to or ganize a brigade of cavalry. Beginning April 24 and continuing while the United States forces are in Mexico, United States flags will fly from all Chicago school buildings. The board of education ordered that the flags be displayed every day, in order to instill patriotism In the hearts of school children. Heretofore the flags have been faUed only on Monday. Several Industrial Workers of the World street speakers and their fol lowers, objecting to the noise made by a Salvation Army band which was playing in the street at Seattle, Wash., attacked the Salvationists, who re treated to their barracks, where po lice reserves were' summoned to pro tect the religious workers, many of whom were women. Several hundred people In Colorado and severnl thousand throughout the West, from Kansas and Nebraska to California, Washington and Oregon, are interested in legislation proposed at thlB session of Congress for pen sioning men who fought in the vari ous wars against Indians of the West stnee the close of the Civil war. A number of bills for that purpose have been Introduced, among them being one by Representative Edward T. Taylor of Colorado. WASHINGTON. Senator Williams of Mississippi who made a speech in the Senate op posing war with Mexico, has written to the President asking that his son, Robert Webb Williams, be appointed a second lieutenant in the volunteer service. Drastic provisions for the control of trusts, the prohibition of Interlocking directorates and holding companies which interfere with the free play of competition, and the creation of a powerful trade commission are pro posed in a final draft of the so-called trust bill which will be laid before the Senate Interstate Commerce commit Though the Mexican crisis was un der suppression in Congress for sev eral days while the President nd his cabinet executed plans of reprisals against the defiance of General Huer ta, there is an impelling undercurrent of feeling in both Senate and House for a declaration of war, which was tempered somewhat by the acceptance of offers of mediation from Argentina Brazil and Chile. Representative Klndel said he bad been misunderstood in regard to a statement he recently made concern lng the flag, Judging from several communications he has received. He stated that what he had said about a "red rag" was that to force a salute from such a man as Huerta, whom the United States has not recognized, would detract from the dignity and honor of the flag and, figuratively sneaking, would make a "red rag" of It. Proposals for Interior finishings o( the Colorado postoffice building were opened at the office of the supervising architect of the treasury. The bids were given under advisement. The bal ance available for completing the work is $765,000, consequently con tracts will be awarded In a few days and work rushed. Free tolls for coastwise shipping through the Panama canal were urged before the Senate lnter-oceanic canals committee by a strong delegation from the Pacific. FOREIGN. German moralists and artists are waging- battle over the question of what are the limit of propriety In nude art The business section fy Bryson, Que bec, county seat of Pontlac, was wiped out by fire. A hotel and twenty-eight stores were destroyed. Twelve Americans were killed and fifty wounded at Vera Cms, and after two days of fighting the American naval forces hold the entire city. The Montevideo newspapers urge that something be done by the South American republics "tn remove the danger of their absorption by the United SUtes." Seven hundred tons of ammunition for President Huerta, which is await ing shipment, will probably be stored at Antwerp until the end of hostilities, steamers sailing for Mexican ports de clining to carry contraband. The Liberte, which is usually In close touch with the French foreign office, says the European powers have decided to keep strictly to the role of onlookers In the controversy between the United States and Mexico. A consignment, of about 40,000 rifles and 300,000 rounds of ammunition from Germany was landed at isolated points on the coast of Ulster and dis tributed by means of 200 automobiles to the various headquarters of the Ulster "volunteers." The most drastic treatment possi ble will be administered to Mexican snippers caught operating at night. At a staff conference at Vera Crux the question of this kind of shooting was discussed and It was decided that the most severe measures, Including the death penalty, would be the only simple and quirk solution. SPORT. Stand of Weafrrn 1. ramie (lube. cunts. w. It. Pet. .778 25 .5T6 .444 .444 .444 .375 .383 Denver 7 St. Joseph 8 Den M Dines 6 1 t 4 6 5 6 5 Wichita Sioux City . . loix'ka Ilinuha Lincoln Jim Coffey, the Dublin, giant, knocked out Jim Flynn, the Pueblo fireman, in the fourth round of a ten- round match In New York. Word was received at Greeley that Fort Collins has equipped a ball team to enter the Northern Colorado league, making eight teams in the League. The game between Tarrasch and Janowskl, adjourned from the second mound of the international chess masters' tourney resulted In a victory for Tarrasch at St. Petersburg. Twin City newspapermen gave Johnny Tillman a shade over Ad Wolgast in a ten-round bout at Madi son, Wis. Five rounds were In the even class and the other five were credited to Tillman. The rule requiring major league teams within the pale of organized baseball to cut down their playing squads to twenty-five men by the 15th of May was rescinded by the National Commission, it was announced at Chi cago. The Rocky Mountain Bowling Asso ciation was formed a. Pueblo, Colo. Wally Pierce of Pueblo was elected president and bowlers from all over the state were named on the board ol directors. The tournament will be held In Pueblo annually. More than 100 of tbe leading ama teur trap shooters in America took part in New York in the 200 clay tar get shoot at Travers Island which was won by R. I Spotts of the New York Athletic Club after shooting off a tie with A. Hell of Allentown, Pa. Basil Zaharoff, principal proprietor of the newspaper Excelsior at Paris, gave $100,000 to the French National Commission on Sports, to cover ex pense of training athletes to compet as representatives of France at thi Olympic games In Berlin in 1916. GENERAL. At Redding, Cal., Paul Schmidt wai sentenced to sixteen yearB in the pen! tentiary for killing Matt Trask at Kennet last February, in a quarrel over a dead dog. Ruth Lucillo Stuart Trufant probab ly has made her last mistake. She Hen dying at the Red Cross hospital in New York of self-administered pol son. The physician in charge says the case Is hopeless. The Denver actress admitted she had taken the deadly drug at her apartments, but sobbed out: "It was a mistake. I had in tended to take the sleeping potion in the other bottle." Judge Sanborn of the United States Circuit Court of Appeals, sitting at an informal discussion of tbe affairs oi the St. Louis ft San Francisco rail road at St. Paul, Minn., declined to authorize the issuance and sale of $3 000,000 worth of receivers' certificates for the purpose of paying Interest on the general lien bonds due May 1, and that of the funding 4 per cent bonds due July 1. It Is stated that Dictator Huerta Is willing to be whipped by the United States. He has chosen that course rather than fall before his own coun- trymen. He wants to go down tn a sea of blood as the defender of Mexl co. , Harold Bell Pugh of Topeka, Kan., died after a short Illness. Although twenty-eight years o'.d, be weighed only fifty-six pounds. Illness when he was five years old stopped his growth. Ho traveled for years with circuses, appearing In principal cities through ouSUtbe United States. STATE NEWS OF INTEREST TO ALL NEW MEXICO PEOPLE Western Newspaper Union Newa Barvlca. Barley cutting has been In progress at Tularosa since April IS. Silver City Is to have a new hotel, strictly modern, to cost at least $50, 000. Maxwell is following the example of Albuquerque and will organise a golf club. Forty-five bolts of silk, valued at 1600, were stolen from a store In Las Cruces. A shipment of Angora goats equal to fourteen cars or 1,900, head was made from Silver City. An election on the prohibition Issue will be held In Pojoaque district, San, ta Fé county, on May 22. Tbe Taos public schools are to es tablish a free library and a good start baa been made on the fund. An ordinance haa been passed by the i ns Cruces City Council requiring all saloons to close at 9:30 p. m. The farmers of Logan and vicinity are reported to have set out several thousand fruit trees this season. Drilling Is again proceeding rapidly on the leases of the Carlsbad OH and Gns Company east of the Pecos river. Two carloads of pipe have arrived at Raton and the laying of the mains for the new city water plant has be gun. Battery A. of Roswell has organ ized a club and will fit up a comfort able, modern club house for the mem bers. President 9. M. Light of the Silver City Normal School, believes the summer school will enroll nearly 400 this year. About 5,000 new fruit and shade tres have been set out by farmers, citi zeus and the (ounty in the Mesilla val ley this spring. A county fair for Quay county this fall is being discussed. The commis sioners will contribute 1500 toward the enterprise. ' The records of State Secretary Lu coro's office show that nearly 2,100 automobile owners have taken ouUli censes this year. Prof. R. F. ABplund has accepted an Invitation to deliver the commence ment address in the Normal school at Silver City on May 26. The San Miguel county fair associa tion has commenced to talk county fair and preliminary plans for the event at Las Vegas are being dls cussed. t4l!fllH Despite all the frost alarms and all the pessimists, it is tolerably certain that the Pecos Valley fruit crop, worth millions of dollars, is going to be a bumper. Messrs. R. P. Donohoo, register and Felipe Sanchez y de Baca, receiver of the land office at Tucumcari, have taken charge, succeeding R. A. Pren tice and N. V. Gallegos. The New Mexico Fire Brick Com pany, at Gallup, filed notice with the State Corporation Commission that it has increased Its capital stock to $100,000. The New Mexico Colorado Lumber Company, capitalized at $25,000, was admitted to do business in New Mexi co. Its office is at Albuquerque with A. H. Heyn. agent. Grant and Socorro counties, says Prof Fayette A. Jones of the State School of Mine, will furnish the bulk of tbe mineral display of New Mexico at the San Diego exposition. The county commissioners of Tor rance county have issued notice of an election to be held In the Encino dis trict on June 2 for the purpose of de ciding whether the sale of intoxicating liquors may be made illegal In that district. A sanitarium to cost upwards of $200,000 may be built at Myndus. A petition In bankruptcy was filed in the U. S. district clerk's office at Santa Fé by Martin Reiff of Los Ala mos, Sun Miguel county, stating that his debts are $5.793.87 and assets, $973. Representative FergiiBson of New Mexico presented a petition Ih Con gress from forty-one citizens of Text co, 104 from Tularosa unl 207 from Alamogordo praying for national pro blbition. Clayton Is preparing to make a big noise on Tuesday, May 5, wheu she will have the honor of entertaining three real live governors at once, as a result of the plans for the sociability auto tour to be participated in by the governors of the states along the Old Trails In the Southwest. W. T. Allen, known also as "Steam boat Bill" was sentenced by Judge Pope of Santa Fé, to eighteen monthB In the Fort Leavenworth prlsou for forging a postal money order for $7 at Raton. "Steamboat Bill" said be was Intoxicated when be committed tbe forgery. The D. E. McGonagll ranch west of Lakewood, one of the good farm prop erties of that section, has been sold to S. A. Kemp and wife of Emporia, Kan. The ranch consists of 240 acres with improvements and will be stocked with cattle. The State Supreme Court handed down an opinion at Santa Fé sustain ing the Judgment of tbe District Court that Mrs. I -ola Cbaves de Armljo of Santa Fe, Is eligible to bold tbe posi tion of state librarian, thus ending a long suit over a question of woman's rights. $387,000 ROAD WORK NEW MEXICO HAS THAT AMOUNT AVAILABLE FOR 1914. Figures Given By Official Year Book of American Highway Associa tion For Various Ststes. Waalarn Netrspnpr-r Union News Servir Ssnta Fé Funds available in all of the state for the Improvement of roads during the year 1914 are shown In the official Good Roads Year Book issued by the American Highway. As sociation, and show that New Mexico Is credited with $387.000 for 1914 work on roads. This Is one of the new features of the book which will make It Invaluable to every state, county and municipal highway official. The year book discloses for the first time that appropriations by the state legislatures for road Improvements in the various states sre available as follows: Alabama, $700,000; Arizona, $653.- 724; Colorado, $376,000; Delaware. $110.000; Idaho. $276.000; Illinois, $1. 300,000; Iowa, $7,310.000; Kentucky, $25,000; Maine, $1,640,000; Maryland, $3.700.000: Massachusetts, $2,447,315: Michigan. $4,183.972; Minnesota, $6, 672.264; Mississippi, $1,720,000; New Jersey, $750.000 New Mexico, $387,, 194; New York, $6,000,000; North Car olina, nearly $6,000,000; North Dakota, $2,866,000; Ohio, $3,500,000; Oregon, $3,288,000; Pennsylvania, $3,500,000; South Carolina. $1,000,000; Virglnlf.. about $2.000,000; West Virginia. SiV 286,557, and Wisconsin, $1,230,000. Wilson's Mexican Policy Praised. Santa Fé A bitter arraignment by Gov. Willis m C. McDonald of the "Cowards and Taxdodgers" who have been blaming him for alleged Inequal Ities In the taxation system was the feature of the session of the Demo cratic State Central committer here. J. H. Paxton of Ia8 Cruces was elect ed chairman to succeed A. H. Hud speth. The resolutions indorsed Pres ident Wilson's policy in Mexico nnd on the canal tolls, and Indorsed the state administration and Congressman M. B. Fergusson. The meeting, one of the most ' largely attended for years, out lined plans for the fall campaign and adjourned to meet at Albuquerque at a later date. Sheriff Victim of Runaway. Cluyton Sheriff R. T. Mansker of Union county is recovering from se vere cuts and bruises sustained by be lng thrown out of his buggy when spirited tram which he was driving ran away, dashed the vehicle Into a hitching post and demolished It. Mansker was hurled to the ground with forci' and by a miracle no bones were broken. Govffrior Makes Appointments. Santa Fé. Governor McDonald has appointed H. B. Henlng, editor of the Albuquerque Herald, a member of the department of compensation for indus trial accidents of the National Civic Federation, to prepare statistics on New Mexico, and H. L. Bickley of Ra ton, member of the committee on uni form legislation of the federation. Man Acquitted Goes Back to Jail. Tucumcari. W. F. Buchanan was acquitted in the District Court on the charge of embezzlement, after which Judg" Lelb "roasted" the Jury and dis missed it from further service. Bu chanan was Immediately re-arrested on four other similar charges and plací d In Jail In default of $5,000 ball on each charge Guard Burned by Kerosene. 8prlnger. James F. Valdez. nigh guard at the state reformatory, un wisely tried to do the housewifely stunt of lighting the kitchen fire with coal oil and Is now carrying his head In a sling as a result Great Variety of Crops in Valley. Carlsbad. The acreage in crop in the Tecas valley this year Is the larg est since Irrigation started over twenty-five years ago. There Is also great er variety of crops. Cantaloupes, for Instance, will be an Important prod uct, about 1,800 acres being planted from Portales to Carlsbad. Tomntoes are getting to be a leading crop at Luke wood. Tbe Denla onion Is being gou erally grown this year, being the most profitable variety for marKet. Dairying Is growing in Importance. Stock feeding and hogs-are new Indus tries that will help development. Grand Jury Finds 32 True Bills. Roswell. The grand Jury, after be ing in session a week, completed Its labors and was discharged by Judge Granville A. Richardson. The grand Jury found the county offices In satis factory condition. A strong rccom mendaton was made for the enforce ment of the law prohibiting the carry ing of concealed weapons, the grand Jury suggesting that tho-law be print ed on cloth and posted In conspicuous places. Hunt Indicted for Double Murder. Tucumcari. T. S. Hunt wbb indict d by the Quay county grand Jury charged with the murder of Jones and Swazea, the two ranchmen who were mysteriously assassinated 20 miles from here at 10 o'clock at night while en route to their homes at Ogle Flats. It Is claimed that Hunt and Swasea had had some difficulty In which the wife of Swasea figured and that Hunt killed Swasea to get him out of the way, It being necessary to kill Jones also to get rid of Swazea. K ALCOHOL-3 PtR CENT I Klf AWft table Preparation for At- I Mm iimilaling the Food and Retf ula I jjrl ting the Stomachs and Bowels of I Promoles Digeshon.Chetrful nessand Rest Contains neither Opium. Morphine nor Mineral Not Nahc otic Ara fOU orSAMvumwrm Wvsjwtffl afW MiCfinmUbA' WrmS.U CtSirá Ayer A perfect Remedy forConstipa (ion , Sour Stomach. Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .Feverish ness and LOSS OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature sf The Centaur Company, NEW YORK. guaranteed under the Foodssj Exact Copy of Wrapper. WORMS. "Wormy", that'H what's the matter of 'em. Stomach and ta tr.tlnal worm. Nearly aa bad aa distemper. Coat you too muek to feed 'em. Look bad are bed. Don't phyaic 'em to death. Spohn'a Cure will remove the worma. Improve the appetite, and tone 'em up all round, and don't "phyaic." Acta on glande and blood. Full dlrectiona with each bottle, and aold by all drag-glete. SPOHN MEDICAL CO.. Necessity for "Extras." Mr. Nuwed Seems to me our gro cery bills are very high for two per sons. Mrs. Nuwed You wanted me to bo economical, you know, and I've been using up the bread crumbs for pud dings. Mr. Nuwed Quite right, my love, and good puddinge they were, but I was speaking of the grocery bills. Mrs. Nuwed Yes; you see. It takes about $5 worth of other things to make the bread crumbs taste good. Puck. ECZEMA ON BACK AND CHEST Plerson. N. Dakota "The eczema started on my scalp. It finally went on to the back of my neck, then on to my back, arms and chest. It broke out tn pimples first and then seemed to run together in some places, mak ing a sore about the size of a dime. At times the itching and burning were so intense that It seemed unbearable. The more I scratched It the worse It became, and there would be a slight discharge from It, especially on my scalp, so as to make my hair matted and sticky close to the scalp. The hair was dry, lifeless and thin. My hair was falling so terribly that I had begun to despair of ever finding re lief. My clothing irritated the erup tion on my back. The affected parts were almost a solid scab. "I had been bothered with eczema for about a year and a half. Then I began using the Cuticura Soap and Ointment. I used them dally for two months and I was cured." (Signed) Miss Mildred Dennis, Apr. 30, 1913. Cuticura Soap and Ointment sold throughout the world. Sample of each free, with 32 -p Skin Book. Address post card "Cuticura, Dept. L, Boston." Adv. His Good Deed. "What good deed did you perform today?" tbe first class scout was asked. "Mother bad only enough cas tor oil for one dose, so I let my sister take It," replied the hero. Buffalo Ex press Don't be misled. Ask for Red Cross Bag Blue. Mike beautiful white clothes. At all good grocers. Adv. The fellow who tells a girl he would die for her wants to be killed with kindness. Putnam Fadeless Dyes color more goods than others. Adv. The best way to learn how to waste money is to get It easy. LINES IN THE FACE Make Women Look Old and they show the effect of unnatural sufferings of I .chew, Hilrinwaa, hot flashes, pain in lower limb, pais, in groins, hearing-down a ant. ti pen. Those symptoms Indicate that Nature needs help. 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