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AN EPITOME OF LATE LIVE NEWS CONDEN8FD RECORD OF THE PROGRESS OF EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD. FROM ALL SOURCES AYINQS. D O I N O I, ACHIEVE MENTS, SUFFERINGS, HOPES AND FEARS OF MANKIND. Newapaper Union Nevre Service. WESTERN. Frank Heldt. alleged murderer Of loulse Mick, a young heiress, hangei himself In the county jail at Schuyler. Nab. Mrs. Lillian Remington, aged twenty-two, shot and killed heraelf at -Peoria. 111., while despondent over ill- The laying of ateel between Doug ass and Orín Jnnction on the Burling ton, haa been completed, thus connect ing up the laat link of the Oulf of Mex ico Puget Sound road. Ruaala and England, according to E. Block of Shanghai, a large exporter of Chinese eggs at Seattle, hare placed orders that will take up all the Chlneae eggs In the market. One of the largest paaaanger lists to toe carried by an army transport in orne months Is that of the Logan, which will depart from San Francisco for Honolulu and Manila Sept. 6. A story was circulated at Annapolis, Md., to the effect that Gaston Coatat. an Instructor in languages at the naval academy, has been detained In France, where he waa apending his va cation, and Impressed Into the French arm;. The lntermountain states will op poae unitedly any increase in the short haul rates sought by the railroads, bui ach will act In its own Interest re tarding specific changes in freight charges at the Interstate Commerce Commission hearing In Chicago, Oct. 6. Victor B. Innea and his wife, charged with murder In connection wl.h the disappearance last June of Mrs. Bloise Nelms Dennis and Miss Beat rice Nelms, wealthy women of Atlanta. Oa., have arrived in San Francisco In custody of detectives taking them to 8an Antonio, Texas, for trial. Testimony given before the Federal Industrial Relations Commission at San Francisco was to the effect that a large per cent of the state's unem ployed really are not desirous of la bor, and that the strength of the Indus trial Workers of the World among California workmen has been greatly overestimated. Mrs. Clara S. McNeil of Columbus, Kan., who alleges that she Is tho owner of $30,000 worth of stock In the Chicago, Rock Island ft Pacific Rail road Company, a holding company for the Chicago, Rock Island ft Pacific Railway Company, filed suit in the Polk county District Court at Des Moines, la., asking a receivership for the latter company. WASHINGTON. The number of food fats a person is untitled to get when be buys a 6-cent 11sh of tee cream is to be decided by the Supreme Court. The President has nominated the following postmasters: New Mexico: W. L. Radney, Roswell; George Hoff man, Helen. Arizona: C. B. Wood, Phoenix. The United States has Informed th6 powers of Burope of Its Intention to aend the armored cruiser North Caro lina to Turkey to carry gold for the relief of Americans. Brig. Gen George Andrews, adju tant general of the United States army, was automatically retired from active duty when he reached the age limit. Formal protest against the burning of I.ouvaln by German troops as a vio lation of International law and the laws of uumanlty, was submitted to the State Department by Belgian Mln iater Havenlth. That the same care employed to prevent coal dust explosions should be applied to guard against grain dust blasts In flour mills, elevators and Kraln product factories, was the con clusion announced by experts after i co-operative lnvastigstlon by millers ad the federal bureau of mines. The British Ambassador, Sir Caoli Spring-Rice, conveyed to Secretary Bryan the thanks of the British gov ernment to the American ambassado at Berlin. Mr. Gerard, for assisting Sir Edward Goschen and the British em bassy stsff at Berlin at the time of the rupture between Germany and Kni land. Representative Taylor called at the i'ostofflre Department and Insisted that permission be granted to Wend mall between Frulta and OranJ Jpn: tion on the trolleys which t izate even timas a day between the two places. He was Informed that the only obstacle In the way Is tha tact that the department Just entered into a four-year contract for train service. Bearing the approval of the House, tha seaman's relief bill to increado the aafaty of passengers at aaa ami im prove conditions of employ ny eal of sailors went to tha Senate FOREIGN. A party of 400 Americana frota Switzerland arrived in London. Thar ame from Paris by way of Boulogne. Italy haa ordered tta army Into o tlon and has warned tha general staff that It must be prepared for boatilitloa within a few days. At the final meeting of the woikera for the Toronto and York county pat riotic fund It was announced that the fund had reached tha total of $882,000. General Victoriano Huerta, until re cently provisional President of Mex ico, landed from a steamer at Santan der, Spain He will proceed shortly to Asturias. Peace loomed In tnrbulent San Do mingo, where President Bordas re signed and leaders of all elementa agreed to disarm their followers and release political prisoners. The British freight steamer Dargal, from London, July 28, for Buenoa Ayras, has gone ashore off the Uru guayan coast. It Is reported that sha is a total loss. The crew waa aaved. The Dargal was 3.500 tona gross. The Holland-American liner Rot terdam sailed from Rotterdam for New York, bearing more than 2,400 pasaengera of whom 1,950 were Amei Ican refugees from the continent There were 1,410 first-class cabin pas sengers, 720 second-class ana 800 steerage. The foreign secretary, Sir Edward Grey, paid tribute to Prince Charlea Max Lichnowaky, the former German ambassador to Great Britain In tha) house of commons at London, saying that the diplomat had worked to the end for peace, but the real authority at Berlin did not rest with him or those like him. The sailing of the American steamers Minnesota and Manchuria for American Pacific ports from Yoko hama has been postponed. Among the passengers booked to sail on the Minnesota were Count von Rex, the German ambassador, and bis staff, who left Tokio upon Japan'a declara tion of war against Germany. SPORT. Standing of WfiterB I.r-aaur I lube. Clubs Won. Lou. Pot louz City 14 49 .lii Denver 77 17 .57 St. Joseph 7t 61 .547 Dee Moines 69 64 .611 Lincoln 64 70 .477 Omaha 41 71 .464 Topeka , 66 40 408 Wichita . 60 41 .174 At Pueblo, Colo., Miss Lucy Jay swam across Lake Minnequa and back without pausing for a rest. It la tha first time tte feat haa been accomp lished by a woman. The distance waa 2Vi miles. The four-mile speedway on whloh Cheyenne formerly held automobile races was used for racing for the first time In several years. Cheyene motor cyclists engaged in a series of. races on the track, which has been repaired. The chief event was a forty-mile race. Jamea Ashmore, who will succeed F. C. Armstrong as athletic director at the University of Colorado, arrived in Boulder from hla home at Decatur, 111. For the past three years Ashmora hss been in charge of all branches of athletics at James Milllgan university. The world's record for the one mil pace to a four-wheeled vehicle on a half-mile track was broken in tha Iowa state fair racea at Das Moines. Franklin Pierce and Buck Muscovita, entered by W. 8. Pike of Mena, Ark., made the second heat in 2:10)4. Th former record was 2: 13V. Howard Baker, former middle weight champion of Colorado, who haa been aick of typhoid fever for a num ber of weeks, will soon be able to leave the hospital at Boulder, accord ing to bis physician. The long alega of alckneaa has reduced Baker's weight to a little over 100 pounds. GENERAL. Richard O'Brien, a miner, was da ported from Butte, Mont., by tha Butte mine workers' union. Brig. Gen. Philip H. Brlggs. a civil war veteran and well known In na tional guard circles, died suddenly in Brooklyn. Ha waa born In New York In 1829. Four persons were killed and three others probably fatally Injured near Savole, La., when gasollno In a tank car of the New Orleana, Texas ft Mex ico railroad exploded. The total number of bubonic plague deatba discovered at New Orleans since June 27 has been increased to twenty-two. Elmer H. Read, aged thirty, is the latest victim. Between twenty and thirty people were Injured, several reported serious ly, when southbound Kansas City Southern passenger train No. 1 waa wrecked north of Marble City, Okla. A broken rail causad the wreck. A very black and vary homely goril la arrived In New York on the Noor dam, accompanied by Robert L. Gar ner, the naturalist, who has spent so much time in Africa with the mon keys that be can understand what thay are talking about. With the arrival In Detroit of Wash ington Gardner of Albion, Mich., conv mander-ln-chlef of the Grand Army of the Republic, and hla staff, final prej arations were under way for the offi cial opening of the forty-eighth nation al encampment of tha O. A. R. W. H. Rogers, charged with tha murder of N. X. Wixon, bis partner in a gold claim at Christmas Creek in tha Porcupine district ot Alaska, waa ar raigned before Lewis F. Mason. United States commissioner In Chi cago, and entered a plan of self-ce-fenaa. BISHOP M'INTYRE DIES IN CHICAGO DNCE PASTOR OF TRINITY M. E. CHURCH IN DENVER AND AN AUTHOR OF NOTE. WAS RORN IN SCOTLAND REMAINS TAKEN TO OKLAHOMA CITY FROM HOSPITAL FOR INTERMENT. Waatarn Newepaper Union Nawa Service Denver. The Rt. Rev. Robert Mc Intyre, Bishop of the Methodist Epis copal Diocese including Oklahoma, Tozas and a part of Kansas, died in Chicago. Bishop Mclntyre was popu lar In Denver, where he did a great part of his work. He was pastor of Trinity M. E. Church In Denver for five years, from 1891 to 18UG. He waa a poet and novelist and while In Denver wrote a part of his best-known book, "A Modern Apollo.'' He was au thor of a book of poems, "At Early Candle-Light. Before coming to Den ver Bishop Mclntyre had been pastor In Chicago. From this city he went to Loa Angeles. He was elected blah op In 1908. Bishop Mclntyre was born In Sel kirk, Scotland. Nov. 10, 1861. He cama to this country when sixteen years old, and learned the trade of bricklay ing. He maintained his standing in the union up until his death and hla mason's card waa hung over hla deak in hla study. He married Miss Ella C happen. In Qulncy, 111., In 1377, the year he waa graduated from Vanderbllt University. Death was due to carbuncles. He will be buried In Oklahoma City. He la survived by a widow and three chil dren. PLEDGE PEACE FOR SONORA. Mexican Leaders Called to Adopt Government Plan. Nogales, Ariz. A statement was Is sued by Generals Villa and Obregon announcing the terms of an agreement algned Sunday. Colonel Ellas P. Callea; a Cari onza adherent, la removed from office and replaced by General Ben jamin Hill. Calles wUl be given a command In another state. Governor Maytorcna is recognized as civil governor of Sonora and will retain command of hla guard of Ya qul Indians. If the contending fac tions again cause trouble, Villa and Obregon pledge themselves to move their armies Into the state and & tack the disturbers. Villa and Obre gon left for Durango and Mexico City. General Villa probably will accom pany General Obregon to Mexico City with one brigade of his army. A con ference of all military leaders la to ha called to form a plan for the organiza tion of the new government. Mexico City. An official announce ment declared that all contracta and concessions awarded by the ministries of fomento and communications during the administration of Provisional President Huerta, would be declared void. Washington. General Carranza has dismissed the police force of Mexico City and substituted constitutionalist troops. Carranza Closes Vera Cruz Port. Washington. Brigadier General Funston has reported to the War De partment that Provisional President Carranza haa declared the port of Vera Cruz closed. Funston states this will have a serious effect' on the city's food supply. SHAFROTHS PHILIPPINE BILL. Colorsdo Senstor Introduces Measure to Abandon Island Possessions. Washington. With a view of taking immediate ntepa to relieve the United States of the burden and manaes of the Philippines. 8enator Shafroth of Colorado baa Introduced the following Joint resolution: "Resolved, By the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America In Congress assem bled: "That it Is the purpose of the United States of America to cease exercising sovereignty over the Philippine Isl ands and to establish an Independent republic therein; ( "That the President be requested to endeavor to obtain the co-operation of the principal nations of the world In recognizing and preserving such Inde pendent government upon such terms as may be deemed best and report tha same to Congress for its approval." Fire Destroya Welsh Bishop's Palace. London. Fire destroyed the palace of the Bishop of IJamlaff on the out skirts of Cardiff. Wales. Cardinals to Select New Pope. Rome, Sept. 1. At 7:30 p. m. last evening Cardinal Delia Volpe, the Pa pal Chamberlain, closed the inside door to the conclave hall In which the College of Cardinals is gathered to elect a successor to the Late Pope Pius. Not until a new Pope has been chosen by ballot will the doors be opened. All the telephone wires lead ing Into the edtfioa have been cut, and telephone communication with tha out Ida world severed. I Your Baby's Life It is more to you than your own. Then why try any other remedy than Fletcher's Castoria Unless Your Physician prescribes it? Remember there Is nothing Injurious in CASTORIA if it bears the signature of Sold only in one size bottle, never in bulk, or otherwise; to protect the babies. A GOOD COMPLEXION UIRUTEED. USE ZONA POMADE the beauty powder compressed with healing agents, you will never be annoyed by pim ples, blackheada or facial blemishes. 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