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AN EPITOME OF LATE LIVE NEWS CONDENSED RECORD OP THE PROGRESS OF EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD. FROM ALL SOURCES AYINGS. DOING. ACHIEVE MENT8. SUFFERING. HOPE AND FEARS OF MANKIND. WMin N.wsp.p.r Union Jt.ws Service. WESTERN. A day of turmoil followed tb riots Incident to the breaking up of the miners' union parade at Butte, Mont. Thirty-five persons were Injured wben a St. Louis and San Francisco train from Memphis to St. Louis left thd track near Chsffee. Mo. Two passengers were killed and even Injured, some probably fatally, wncu the eaatbound California limited of the Santa !' struck the rear end of a freight train at Bagdad, Calif. Albert H. Rawltier, head of an Omaha tent and awning concern, took poison in the garage of his summer home at Carter l ,ak.- rinh and died be fore medicai aid could reach him. - With the crowning of Miss Thelma Holllngsworth aa "Queen of Roaaria" Portland entered Into a week of fes tivities In honor of the rose which has made the city famous the world over. A telegram from Lake Valley. N. M., confirms the report that Thomas Mur phy, a former sheriff of Sierra county, was drowned in the flood that de stroyed two business blocks of Hllla boro, the county seat. The strike of 400 miners of the Weat Virginia and Plttaburg Coal Company at Colliers, W. Va . waa declared off. following the announcement of leaders of the minera that they would waive the demand for recognition of the union. Adlai K. Stevenaon, vice-president of the United States during the see- I ond Cleveland administration, died ; at Chicago Saturday night after an , Illness of several months. Hla three' children were at hia bedside when death came. Richard L. Metcalfe, former gover nor of the Panama canal zone, and now in charge of the feativltlea con nected with the formal opening of the canal, has tossed his hat Into the ring. He desires to be the next governor of Nebraaka. Five years of ill health, witb the image of his elder brother falling from a hotel window In Pueblo before him, Is thought to have caused the fall of George W. Chapman, thirty-four years njd, formerly of Denver, from the fiftn story of the Grand Windsor hotel In New York city. Chapman has lit tle chance for recovery says phy aiclana. WASHINGTON. Several proposed increases in freight rates were auapended by the Inter state Commerce Commission pending Investigation. Upon the recommendation of Secre tary McAdoo, President Wllaon re moved K R. Stackable, collector ot customs at Honolulu "for the good of the service." Command of the great Atlantic fleet, the goal of every naval o'ficer's am bition, is to be the reward of Rear Ad miral Frank E. Fletcher for his work In Mexican watera. Representative William G. Sharp ot Elyrla, Ohio, was nominated by Presi dent Wilson to be ambassador to France, succeeding Myron T. Herrlck. Mr. Sharp Is a Democrat. Seventeen American engineers, go ing to make a survey of the Hual river reclamación project, by which it is hoped to rid China of floods and limine, sailed from Vancouver. Desultory fighting continues on the north coast of the Dominican republic between the rube s and President Bordas' federal forces. Captain Rus sell or the battleship South Carolina, reporting conditions to the Navy De partment, said there were no appre ciable results. Attorneys for Harry K. Thaw ap pealed to the Supreme Court for per mission to remove their client to Pennsylvania If their application for his releaae on ball la not granted. The court began the consideration of the latest request, together with the origi nal petition for releaae on ball. Practically every Mauonlc Jurisdic tion in the United States was repre sented in a delegation of more than 700 members of the Mystic Order of Veiled Prophets received by President Wilson at the White House. The Ma eons were returning to their homes from a convention in Richmond, Va. One-third of the beet sugar refined In the United States last year came from beets grown In Colorado, accord ing to the official report ol the De partment of Agriculture. fcmough waa produced to supply 6.500,000 people or six states with populations as great as Colorado. The bill for repeal of exemption from Panama canal tolla of American shipping waa passed by the House, lit to 71. The House had voted to accept the Senates glmmona-Norrls amendment. FOREIGN. Colonel Theodore Roosevelt arrived In London from the continent, ac com pan led by Mrs. Nicholas Long worth and Philip J. Roosevelt, hit cousin. The reported engagement of Prince Alexander of Battenherg and Conn tesa Zta Torby, elder daughter ol Grand Diike Mirhnal Mtchaclovltch ol Russia, was denied. President Boraa appointed Eduardo Soler, former minister of finance, to be Dominican minister at Washington and Luis Oalvan. a newspaper editor, aa secretary of legation. The Greek government sent a vigor oua note to Turkey, demandlag the cessation of the persecution of the Greeks in Turkey and the repair o( damago caused to tueni and their in te rests. Ieon Daudet, a notorious duellist, was wounded In the forearm in sword duel at Neuilly by Jacques Kou Jon, son of Henry Roujon, the late secretary of the Academy of Fine Arta, at Paris. The new French cabinet, of which Senator Rlbot was premier, was de feated in the first division taken In the new chamber of deputlec by a vote of 806 to 262. The premier Im mediately resigned. He had held of fice but one day. The crux of the Mexican problem the selection of a man for provisional preaident acceptable to all factions in Mexico and foreign government equal ly was reached Saturday in a confer ence between the mediators and tbe American and Mexican delegates. London amart society la excited ovar the report that Lady Randolph Church ill is to marry a third time. It l positively asserted that an old ad mirer who wanted to marry her be fore her unfortunate venture with Cap tain George Cornwallta-Weat baa once more laid Ma heart and fortune, both of large size, at her feet. SPORT. ManillUK of WrXrtn l.raRtlr t'luha. Clubs Won. Lost. Pet Denver .- x City HI. Joseph SI 20 .101 32 21 .(04 2 22 .66 27 26 .61 28 2 .612 25 21 .441 21 21 .420 M 2 .321 paa Moines Wichita Topeka . Ten thouaand peraons aaw David Craig win the International derby at Montreal Sam McVey of California, heavy weight champion of Australia, knocked out Arthur Pelky, heavyweight of Chlcopee Falls. Mass., in the fourth round of a fight at Melbourne, Aus tralia. At Meadowbrook Polo Club, West bury, L I., demoralized by the speed and team work of the English chai lengers the American team went down to defeat in the first game of the match for the International polo cup by a score of 8tt to S. Miss Mary Browne of California. In dividual national lawn tennis limn plon, successfully defended her title on the courts or the rniiaaeipnta Cricket club, defeating Miss Marie Wagner of New York, the national In door champion, In the challenge round two sets to one. Celesta, bay mare, four years oid by Sempronious-Rezia, won the Open ing Handicap at Overland In Denver from as good a field of horses as ever faced the barrier In the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Behind Celesta was the good horse Orlln Krlpp. who had all the bad luck of the race, then followed Truly, who had the support of many of the wiser heads at the track. GENERAL. With more than 650 persons on board, the liner New York, a gaping hole torn In her side, where the Ham burg American liner Pretoria struck her In a fog off Nantucket, docked In New York. Mrs. Danske Bedtnger Dandrtdge, wife of Adam 8. Dandrtdge of Shep- perdstown. W. Va., committed sulcld by shooting herself. She was a dangh tor of Henry Bedlnger, American mln later to Denmark under President Buchanan. Mount lessen, at the foot ot the Cascade range In California, in two eruptions of fire and amoke, during which two new craters were opened became the newest active volcano The mountain has been emitting steam and vapor for some time. Lance Graham, a lumberman from Viola Shasta county, ventured too near the cloud of smoke as It shot 2,00 feet In to the air, and a Jagged rock sawed him nearly In two He waa taken to Viola, where he died Charging that one element of the Progressive party leaders, headed by Geo Perkins, chairman ot the Nation al Progressive executive committee antagonistic to the Interests of organ Ized labor, Amos Plnchot, New York party leader, made public a letter to Perkins demanding that he resign from any control of the party for the "party's good Dr. B. A. Wheeler, Clrus Rice. Dan lei Falvey and Herman Kruger, cltl sens of Goldfieid, Ner are dead as re sult of an automobile accident on the road from Tonopah to Ooldfleld. Dr. Wheeler, owner and driver of the oar and Falvey. were killed instantly. Rica and Kruger died later at the hospital in Goldfieid Madame Ernestine Schumann Helnk noted opera singer, won her suit tor divorce from William Rapp, Jr. Judge Sulllva of Chicago sustained mo ...... . " dY;to?;,y?ii J directed the Jury to find for the diva, ROOSEVELT- WIU ARD FORMER PREIOENT'S ON WEDS AMBASSADOR'S DAUGHTER. Brilliant Religious Ceremony Held Chapel of the British Embassy at Madrid, Spain. Western NflffriDr t'nlon Nw Hervir Madrid, June 13 In the presence Of a brJUiant throng, with the uni forms of diplomatists and army and aavy officers forming an attractive Kermlt Roosevelt. contrast with the elaborate gowns and Jewels of the women, Miss Belle Wyatt Willard. daughter of Joseph B. Will- ard, the American ambassador to Spain, wsi united In marriage to Ker mlt Roosevelt by a religious ceremony at the chapel of the British embassy. The maid of honor was Miss Eliza beth Willard. sister of the bride, and the bridesmaids were the Princess of Thorn and Taxis, Miss Katharine Belle Willard Roosevelt. Page. Mile. Gllone Leveneur de Tlllleres ami Miss Vivian Christian. The bride was dressed In Ivory satin and tulle with a court train and wore orange blossoms arranged with old lace and a long veil of tulle and lace. The maid of honor waa dressed In white aatln and the bridesmaid la white tulle with tunica. All of them wore lace touched with yellow and had yellow ribbons tied under th chin. They carried bouquets of yellow or chids. The wedding breakfast was serrad at the American embassy, which was followed by a great reception, but the rain made it impossible for the, gueata to remain in the garden of the embassy which had been decorated for the occasion. The bride and bridegroom plan to pass their honeymoon In the south of Spain. New York. The romance which cul minated in the civil marriage of Ker mlt Roosevelt and Belle Wyatt Wil lard started with a visit ot Miss Wil lard to Oyster Bay as the guest of Miss Ethel Roosevelt (now Mrs. Richard Derby), sister of Kermlt. who had met Miss Willard at Hot Springs, Va. The feeling between the two had been little suspected before the en gagement was announced last Janu ary. Miss Wlllard's Father. Joseph B. WUlard, United States Ambassador to Spain, Is one of a family which origi nally came from Vermont. Miss Belle Wyatt Is the eldest of two daughters. Miss Mary Elizabeth still Is a school glri. The bride made her debut two years ago In Richmond, Va., where she waa one of the most admired of the young er set. She Is bright in conversation, charming In manner and pretty. The King's present to the bride waa i a rm v mu imu, w ....u vn - Pondsnl of brilliant. a rare old fan, while the lata u tea gave 2SBBBBBBV 1 -lsM , w arBBraaBBBBBBBf 5aeS ""vsTasBBBsi pkiPf STATE NEWS OF INTEREST TO NEW MEXICO PEOPLE J DATKH KOW July 11-21 Him nty ralr ot Karmlng 'tlng Stnto. Teachers' Mt HM1M Nov Sliver City's streets are to be pavod. Levy, Optimo and Wagon- Mound have voted to be "dry." Klla B. Taylor has been appointed postmistress at Aztec. Orlzzly bears killed forty bucks for Hon. Malaqulas Martinez, of Tros, re cently. It Is expected that the Santa Fé will erect a new depot at 811ver City in the near future. The concrete work on the gap about seven miles south of l-a Vegas haa been completed. james Barrel, a merchant of Gallup was adjudged a bankrupt In the U. S. District Court at 8anta Fé. A total of 28,800 cans of tomatoes have been shipped from Lakewood to El Paso for use by the U. 8. army. A force of men and teams put the Rock Island division of the new auto mobile road in good condition. The Presbyterian" of Clovls have plans made for the erection of a $4,- 000 church, to be ready for use about Oct I. Governor McDonald has appointed George H. Corey of New York City coramiasioner of deeds for the state of New Mexico. Thirteen of New Mexico's twenty- six counties have reported their 1913 taxea, collected In May to the travel ing auditor, showing a total of $451,- 056.84. A whole carload of cream separa- tora have arrived at Clovls. There really must be something In all that talk about the cow and the silo In Curry county. Hon. H. B. Fergusson haa re-Intro duced Senator Catron's amended bill creating a national park of the land of which the cliff dwellings are a part near Santa Fé. People living along the border in New Mexico and Arizona have peti tioned General John J. Pershing for more troops to patrol the line oppo site Chihuahua. The bonds for the $25,000 issue for the city hall building at Raton were aold to a Denver firm at par, accrued interest to the time of delivery of bonds and $60 bonus. Up to date the fly swatting and fly trapping campaign in Artesla has re sulted in' the death of three Rallona of flies. William and Loy Bush were awarded first prize of $2. The Direct Line Coal Company filed Incorporation papers with the State Corporation Commission. The com pany is capitalized at $100,000 divided into 100.000 aharea at $1. In order to make it aa romantic as possible for tourists visiting the ex positions in California, Santa Fé is ex pected to revive the old Bl Fonda or Exchange hotel by restoration. The convocation of the Episcopal church for the district of New Mexico including part of Texaa west of the Pecos river closed at Albuquerque to meet at l.as Cruces upon call. P. H. Mc Aughan of Chloride has had to have expert medical attention and Is suffering severely with blood poisoning in the arm and hand aa the result of being scratched by a hen. Over 11,000 acres of timber land In the Zuni mountains, McKinley. and Valencia counties, were transferred to private parties by the state Land Board at a consideration of $34,470.5$ There are 200 men on the pay-rolls of the Phelps-Dodge Company at Ty rone, and when the work of construct ing the 1,000 ton mill starts, which will be soon, the force will be greatly en largad. , Tom Wedgwood, one of the goat kings of Sierra county, who has ranches on the Trujtlto and Tierra Blanca creeka, left with about fifteen hundred heud of goats for various points in the state of Iowa. T. M. Hawkina. a prominent horae and mule raiser, was found dead about three miles southwest ot his ranch fourteen mtlea northwest of Cruces. It is thought he was struck by lightning during the storm. The National Gold and Silver Mío bag Company own ten claims near Steins. One of the mines has a vein Of high class ore assaying $100 to $2 000 per ton. Twenty cars recently shipped ran from $50 to $200 per ton Miss Blanche Allen of Farraington Is laid up with a double fracture of the lea below the knee as the result of an attack by a tricky bronco i she was attempting to unsaddle in the Batnmons corral after taking a ride. With the one exception of May, 18S7 the month of May Just past was the wettest on record In New Mexico, ac cording to the monthly summary is sued by Section Director Charles K Llnney of the U. 8. Weather Burear at Santa Fé, Sleeping peacefully by the side of the road leading to the New Mexico Cottage Sanatorium a red haired, blua eyed baby probably only a few hours old. was found by the colored servant of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wilson at Sliver City. MEXICO ENVOYS ARE NEAR BREAK WASHINGTON OFFICIALS ADMIT CRISIS AND SAY FACTIONS MU8T COME. TO TERMS. SOGGESSOR TO HOERTA NAMES SUGGESTED NOT SATIS FACTORY; MEXICANS MAY OFFER GEN. GONZALES. Western Newspaper Union Newe Service. Washington, June 16. Officials ot the Washington government had no hesitancy In admitting there waa a crisis In the Mexican mediation con ference at Niagara Falls over the se lection of men to represent the pro posed provisional government to (suc ceed the Huerta regime. While ad mitting the crisis, administration offi cials seemed confident that conditions presented would be met and that hope for peace In Mexico waa by no means abandoned. Word came from Niagara Falls thst the Soutn American medi ators had replied to the recent note from General Carranza, chief of the Mexican constitutionalists, stating that his offer to send delegates to the peace conference would be accepted only on the condition that be agree to cease hostilities against the Huerta government. That Carranza would not consent to such a condition has been repeatedly asserted by him. This development, therefore, caused no chango in the diplomatic situation in so far as the United States waa concerned. It was stated in official quarters that the United States had been pro ceeding in its dealings with the medi ators at Niagara Falls on the bssis that there could be no solution of the Mexican problem unless the warring factions there could he brought to terms. Developments In the Mexican Inter nal conflict during the last few months, It was pointed out, made it apparent that the Huerta government could not survive, Irrespective of medl atlon, and that there could be no pro visional government worthy ot the name which did not recognize the rev olutionists. With this position as a basis, it has been revealed the Washington govern ment suggested through its represent atives at Niagara Falla, the names of several men for provisional President of Mexico wtfo would be acceptable to the revolutionary forcea of the repub lie. Among these was Pedro Lascuratn, who was a member of the Madero Cabinet. The representatives of Gen eral Huerta at the peace conference have not accepted thus far any of these men and have proposed In turn men who have not been identified with the constitutionalist movement These names have not been accept able to the United States so far can be learned in Washington. While this situation would seem to nreclbltate a deadlock, it was re ported here that the Huerta delegates were prepared to suggest the name of a man as a compromise candidate for the provisional presidency and that. It any event, they would not take the initiative In breaking off peace nego tiations. According to this report, the man whom the Mexican delegates have In reserve to suggest is Gen. Fernando Gonzales, who has not been identified with tha Huerta regime. He was prominent during the administration of former President Diaz but has not since been active In Mexican poli tics. Obregon Near Guadalajara. Douglas, Arts. General Alfaro Ob- regon's forces are now within forty kilometers ot Guadalajara and also hold all the rest of the state ot Jalisco according to a telegram received by Francisco E. Ellas, border representa tive of the constitutionalists from Obregon. New French Cabinet Formed. Paris Rene Vlvianl, newly ap pointed premier, succeeded in forming a new cabinet, witn ine rouowing members: Minister of foreign at fairs, Vlviani; interior, Malvy, navy Gauthler; war, Measlml; Justice, Bien venu martin; finance, Noulens. The now ministry succeeds the cabinet, formed by Felix Rlbot, and which re signed after less than a day. because ot defeat on a vote of confidence In the Chamber. President Signs Toll Repeal Bill Washington. President Wilson signed the Panama toll exemption bill as amended In the Senate and agissd to by the House. Jury Declares Eldora Miner Murdered Boulder. That Q. N Smith of El dora was "murdered" In the Caledo nian tunnel and his body later dragged to a point twenty feet from the en trance of the tunnel and there blown to pieces with a charge of dynamite. was established by a Jury at the cor oner's Inquest held in that city. No arrests have been made. Evidence Introduced Indicating that Smith had been struck on the head with soma heavy instrument at a point forty nine feet from the breast of tha tun oat where he was working. The Source of Uric Acid Rating too much In common habit thst doe a lot of barm. Meat, especially, form urlo aold and the constant Altering-of aoltl laden blood weakens the kidneys. Urlo sold causee rheumatic and nervous trouble, weakens the eves, forma gravel sad leads to dropay and Bright' disease. Kidney weakness gives early warnings, however, such aa backache and urinary disorders sod esa be stopped by prompt treatment. Use Bonn's Kidney Pills, the bsst'reo ommendad and moat widely used kidney mnedy. 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WILLING TO GIVE AWAY PAPA Youthful Logician Met Appeal to His Generosity With a Crushing Answer. mother was urging her little son to be generóos, specifically in the case of a small comrade not well endowed with worldly goods. T wish you'd give your little wagon to Melville," she suggested. "He has so few toys snd you have sc many." T dont -want to, mamma. I like my tittle wagon, wny aoesn i nis paisa bay toys for him?" "He has op papa, dear. That is the reason why I want yon to be so particularly nice to him. It would be no virtue in yon to give him what yon don't want anyway. We should always be careful to share what we really prise. Now, as I say, Melville m no papa and " "Well, why dont yon give him papa. then r" was the youthful logician's reply. Important to Mtvmora Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORJA, a safe and sure remedy for Infants and children, and see that It Bears the Signature i In Use For Over 30 Tears. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria Patriotic idea. 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