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I) ti- 0 PIRST photograph of the wreck of the 1 w hleh five cars nluneed through the lost but many passengers Injured. BANDIT IS Reasons Why Mexican Is at War With Madero. Was Victim of the Diaz Tyranny Became Agitator When His Prop erty Was Confiscated and He Had to Labor as Peon. Cuernarvaca, Mex. "Zapata, the bandit," "Zapata, the liberator" these are the two public estimates placed upon the man who for more than a year has been carrying on a continuous warfare against the con stituted government in this part of southern Mexico. It Is distinctly a war of the classes. "The Tiger of Ayala," as Zapata Is called by bis hundreds of admiring follower, claims to be fighting for the freedom of the peon element and the small property holders, who he declares have long suffered from the tyrannical acts and policies of the government. He also has personal grievances and wrongs which be wants to avenge. Zapata is a product of the War rule. He was one of the victims of the system that oppressed many of the lower class all over the country during the Diaz regime. It happened In his case that there existed In him an element of fighting power and re lentless cruelty wftlch marked him for the leadership of the people who bad suffered similar wrongs. He is now paying the government back for the Injuries It did blm. In the days of Diaz men who did not agree with iie government were quickly put where they could do no harm. Zapata was arrested and sen tenced to a long term of exile In tbe hot lands of Quintana Roo. It was to that remote region that most of the political prisoners were sent Few of them survived their terms of exile. But Zapata bad a constitution of Iron. Even in the distressing circumstances under which be then labored vhe planned the vengeance that he has been Inflicting on bis oppressors for the last twelve months. He HveS through his term of exile and returned to his home In Ayala. The years went by slowly and Zapata quietly fomented a spirit of retaliation against the government among the people of his class. This was before Madero started his revolution, and It Is now known that even had the lat Panels House Hard as Iron Are the Timbers of Brit ish Frigate Despite Its Age. New York. Oaken timbers from the old British warship, the Daedalus, have been brought to New York and are being converted into paneling for (he Interior of the new borne of Steph en Carlton Clark at No. 42 East Sev entieth street. Though the vessel was built in 1769 and was in commission until two years ago, the timbers are sound, and "hard as iron." At Eckeworth & Sons' yard at Fifth and Lewis streets, where the parts of the hull were taken from the Atlantic .transport liner Mesaba, It was found necessary to invent a spe cial machine to pull the wrought iron plkes from the wood. In the parts jf the keelson the bolts were one and quarter inches in circumference. The timbers are being turned Into paneling at Sherwin & Berman's In Sast One Hundred and Thirty-seventh street. The work will require four SINGS HIMSELF TO FREEDOM Kentuckian Liberated After Render ing "On Jordan's Stormy Banks" for Benefit of Jurors. .,- a Kv Isaac Lakes sung lUCUllluuu. . - ilmself out of Jail here when he ren- lered "On Joraan s aiurmj puh before a Jury in the circuit Stand" m Ha was maicieu lor ais- iun rum". - arbing public worship by singing too tnudly. Several continuances had been trar1l on account of the absence of Jjfrtfie. the Judge suggested that v n Ki of testimony the Jury be al lowea ' to pass ludgraent on the prison er's voice. Iakes acquiesced, and standing in ;be witness stand, he sang with all his night The Jury retired and lmmedlate y acquitted the defendant No Race Suicide Here. Columbus, O. Statistics show that oree Ohio families In the year have reached their nineteenth child, eight -ve their seventeenth and fifteen ir sixteenth TWENTIETH CENTURY LIMITED v.-v '!- .. ... .,. a Twentieth Century Limited, the lee Into tse Hudson river, near Hyde A HERO ter not Inaugurated bis revolt against the Disz government Zapata would have soon started one of his own. Zapata did not quit fighting when the peace compact was signed be tween Madero and the Dluz govern ment He had wrongs mill to avenge, and the petty municipal and district officers who bad carried out the or ders of the government were the spe cial objects of bis vengeance. He and his men have shown special batred and cruelty toward tbe land owners who dispossessed them of their small farms. Kmlllano Zapata Is the hero of tbe common people, not only of tbe states that are now In actual revolt, but of all portions of the country. Tbe seeds of revolt that have been sown by Zapata are likely to continue to bear fruit for years to come, unlesa tbe 'government Is able quickly to grant tbe demands of the lower class for a division among tbera of the vast es tates which huve for the most part been established by the merging of small properties taken either by force or by semblance of law. Zapata Is a man of fine physique. He was married only a few months ago to a pretty mountain girl, and she has been his constant companion eayer since. U. S. Pays Off Government Sends $1.77 to Mlnne- sotan Due Him Since Days of the Civil War. St. Paul, Minr Another proof that Uncle Sam is honest and will pay his debts as soon as he can Is on exhibi tion at the office of Julius Schmahl, secretary of Btate, at the capitol. It Is a check for $1.77, which was re ceived by Charles A. Rose, document clerk. Uncle Sam has been owing Mr. Rose this money since 1803 and at last has got enough ahead to pay the debt In 1863 Mr. RoBe was transferred from one company of vol unteers to another and at the time of this transfer there was due him '$1.77. The amount was never paid and Mr. Rose had even forgotten that he had it coming until tbe check ar rived yesterday. Warren, Pa. Hiram Towsley, of Garfield, near here, has received a check from the United States govern' With Warship months. The old oak panels will be stained dark brown and will be given a dull finish. They will be put in the halls, stairs, library and dining room of the Clark residence, under the di rection of Architect Sterner. There is to be a "gunboat room," decorated, it is said, with some of tbe bolts and nails of the Daedalus. Stephen Carlton Clark is a son of Alfred Corning Clark, whose widow became the second wife of Bishop Henry C. Potter. He is a grandson of Edward Clark, a partner of Isaac Sing er In the sewing machine business. Young Clark in 1909 married Miss Su san V. Hun, a daughter of Marcus Hun of Albany, and he has a large fortune. Sets Gold Wall In Artery. New York. An assemblage of physicians and surgeons, many of them from other cities, was held spellbound by an operation perform ed by Dr. William C. Lusk. A new interior wall of gold wire was sup plied for a distended aorta, the prin- Hens Phone Alarm to Owner VVell-Known Poultry Raiser Catches Chicken-Thief by Unique' Method. Wlnsted, Conn. To catch an ani mal which had been killing bis bens, B. E. Moore, a well-known poultry raiser, who has a pen of hens taking part In the international egg laying contest at the State Agricultural col lege at Sterrs, had a telephone In stalled in bis henhouse. The wire ran to bis bedroom, where the receiver was fastened to a bed post close to bis pillow. The receiver on the other end was also off tbe hook, thus permitting any sound In the hennery to travel to Moore's sleeping chamber. About daybreak Moore was awak ened by the shrill cackling of tis bens coming over the wire. Halt dressed, he grabbed a gun and start ed for the henhouse, where be shot and killed the thief, a mink. WRECK - . . .atata. U:.. most famous train in the world, In Park. New York. No lives were HIRES HUSBAND FROM JAIL Ashevllle (N. C.) Woman Purchase Convicted 8pou't Service for $500 a Month. Ashevllle, N. C Placing a mur higher value on bis services than any one else, Mrs. P. H. Trash hired her husband from tbe board of county commissioners for one month for 1500, strictly cash in advance. Trash, a man worth $50,000 and well connected, bad been found guilty of keeping liquor to sell to retailers In bis prohibition section and sen tenced by Judge Long In superior court to pay a fine of $2,000, costs amounting to $400, and to be Impris oned In Jail thirty days; but upon tbe tearful petition of the wife the Judge stipulated that If tbe county commissioners chose to do so they might hire the defendant for his term to tbe highest bidder, but not les than $500. The board decided to take the money and in default of other bids the defendant wag struck oft to the wife for $500, which she promptly paid. Cat Causes Big Fire. South Norwalk, Conn. A cat nibbed against a lamp In tbe borne of Joseph A. McElroy. The Are loss was $125 000. A trunk containing $15,000 worth of jewels was rescued. an Old Debt ment for $105, wblcb was tbe balance due him in prize money for services rendered in the Civil war. Mr. Towsley was one of tbe crew of tbe gunboat Connecticut. For valuable cargo captured his share amounted to $2,400, of which $105 bad not been paid, owing to an oversight CORN GROWS IN APPENDIX Strange Conditions Found In Human Body by Doctors Operating on a Farmer. Lawrence, Ind. Three grains of corn that bad begun to sprout were found in tbe appendix of James B. Powell, a wealthy farmer, when he was operated upon for acute append! citls. The appendix was 11 lnchs long. Powell bad a habit, be said of eating a few grains of corn every time be fed his stock. clpal wall bad been torn to such thinness that it threatened to burst at eacn Deal or me neart it was necessary to perform the operation to pierce the wall of this artery. Had the worn walls ripped or cracked un der the pulsations of the heart while tbe operation was in progress, the pa tient's death would have been a rat ter or moments, under the condl tlons it was necessary to use only lo cal anesthetics, and the patient w. conscious throughout Henry E. Grif fin, the patient, is 63 years old. Dog Puts Out Fire. Louisville, Ky. After extinguishing a fire caused by hot coals falling from a grate, the prize-winning collie of W. J. Atkinson awoke Its master to have a look at its blistered paws. The dog sleeps on a rug In front of the grate and luring the night live coals fell on the rug. Mr. Atkinson was awakened by the dog whining and scratching at his bedroom doo. He arose and, followed the dog to where it indicated the burned places in the rug with its nose. Then tbe dog exhibited ito paws, which had been blistered in beating out tfce blaze. If- Moore will not take the telephone out of the hennery, because the crow ing of the roosters coming over tbe wire in the early morning beats any alarm clock be ever had. Quail Shut Out the Sun. Los Angeles. Ranchers from the Coachella Valley who were in Los An geles recently reported that quail were so thick In the valley that crops of all kinds were being destroyed, de spite the efforts of the state ganu wardens, who are now trapping the birds by thousands and sending tbem to other sections of the Btate. One rancher said he saw one covey of quail that must have contained five thousand birds. "They were so thick the sunlight was shut out when they flew past" be said. "The quail are very wise," he eontinued, "and hsnters find- trouble In shooting thme, while trapping is still more difficult" TWO WEEKS' TREATMENT AIID UEDICIHE FREE BO mailer what yrur diwrii. If you aufler from Kheumuliim, write. If you luHcr from Kidney Troulila, write. No mailer what you sutler from, write fa MUNYOS S DOCTORS RSd ant Jilfereoa BUr., IhllaiUlpbla, Pa. 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It kept itching for about a month, then I went to a doctor and got some liquid to take. It seemed as if I was going to get better. The Itching stopped for about three days, but when It started again, was even worse than before. The eczema itched so badly I couldn't stand it any more. "I went to a doctor and he gave me some medicine, but didn't do any good. We have been having Cutlcura Rem edies in the house, so I decided to try them. I had been using Cutlcura Soap, so I got me a box of Cutlcura Ointment, and washed off the affected part with Cuticura Soap three times a day, and then put the Cuticura Oint ment on. Tbe first day I put it on, it relieved me of itching so I could sleep all that night. It took about a week, then I could see the scab come off. I kept the treatment up for three weeks, and my eczema was cured. "My brother got his face burned with gun-powder, and he used Cuticura Soap and Ointment. 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