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c [ ( I I| NOTICIAS DE LA : ULTIMA SENNA ~,'e~tern Newspaper Ulalon News Service Notas del Extran]ero. E1 Imparcial, perlSdlco de gran cir- eulaci6n en la ciudad .de Mdjico co- menta de manera muy favorable el dis- curso de Woodrow Wilson, presldeute electo, que pronuncl5 en Stanton. Dice que sus ideas son muy liberales, hu- manitarias y nada ambiciosas. El volcAn de Colima qua ha estado activo pGr muchos arcs se ha declara- do en erupciSn. Inmensas cantidades de lava y ceniza salen por el inmenso crater. E1 polvo y los ruidos subterra, neos son se.ntidos en GuadalaJara, de Jalisco. Jestls H. Salgado, uno de los cabe. cillas del estado de guerrero qua ha- bia dado touche quehacer al gobierno se entreg6 al gene,ral Reynaldo Diaz con doscientos de sus hombres y se A la amnest~a del gobierno~. Este es un importante paso hacia la l)az. se declaran huelgas muy Poco los ferrocarrileros gran r~fimero abandonaron sus la- en seguida los estibadores de hicieron lo m~mo, poco des- los tejedores de las f~bricas de Y al filtimo los de Notas de Sport. E1 boxeador Nelson conocido con el nombre de "Battling Nelson" contrajo matrimonio con .Miss Fay King dibu- jante de notas de sport del Denver Post. La pareja contrajo matriomonio en Hegewisch, Ill. Glabby, el boxeador de Milwaukee que obtuvo laureles en Austra,'~a, derrot5 al boxeador Baker en un tor- nee verificado en los salones del Club Atldtico de Denver. Baker se quebr5 la mane izquierda en el segundo round E1 avfador frances Charles Gaulard cay5 de su monoplano de una altura de 240 pids, reciblendo serias contu- siones que le, privaran de la vida AI ser recogido de] pavimento estaba aun vivo. Su m~quina fud hecha pedazos. E1 aviador volaba al derredor de las espirales de la catedral de Rheims al acaecer el accidente. De Todas Partes. El detective Peter Hart fud asesina- do en Chicago mieutras acechaba un garage situado en la avenlda Michi- gan, donde se decia, habitaba una ban- da de ladrones de autom5biles. Los filtimos rumores que vlenen de Turquia dicen que el sultan ha side de- puesto per los jOvene,s turcos, y se ha formado una repfiblica provisional. La revoluci5n cunde en lode el lmperio otomano. E1 doctor Rudolph Anderson de New de lama NOTICIA DEL I SUROESTE Western NewspaPer Union News Service. Notas de Colorado. Jose Garcia, el mejicanos que tuvo un duelo con ptstola con A. Fisher en Layafette, muri5 de las heridas recil~i- das en Boulde.r A donde fud llevado para su euraciSn. J. S. Brown antiguo habitante del estado, uno de los primeros explora- dores qua vinieron al caste y batalla, ron con los indies, famoso capitalista y prestdente de. la asociaciSn Brown de abarrotes, acaba de fallecer en Denver A la edad de ochenta aries. Veinticlnco grlegos abandonaron sus hogares en Longmont y se dtrigen A Atenas, la capital de Grecia A donde van A enllstarse en el eJdrcito A pelear per la madre patria. Esta acciSn es muy laudable y todc mundo aplaud~ la conducta de los jSvenes valerosos que van A exporter su vida per el, en- grandecimiento de la madre patria. Los jovenes soldados dicen qua la guerra estA muy leJos determlnarse, La ~tock show, 5 exposic~n de gan. ado ha tenido grandes concurreiacias toda la semana. Los previos records han side batidos, pu~s la asistencia fud de 20,000 personas en un solo dis. Ilermosos eJemplares de caballos, cer- dos, toros y vacas, y todd clase de II COU~ STANBi PLAYFUL DOG , ~ * ii~.____._e_- , Young Man Considerably " Relieved When He Learned the Animal WaS 00GS Not in Earntmt. Cuban Youth, Who Protested -- Against Inhuman Act, is Shot. "Have you eeen pa~'s new doa Carlo?" she asked as they sat in the parlor. "Yes," he replied, uneasily. "I Member= of the Band of Mercy Upon have had the pleasure of meeting the Hosting of the Boy's Heroio Act Reward Him With' a Prize of Fifty Dollara. Havana, Cuba.~Members of the Band of Mercy, an organization which looks after the welfare of animals and whose splendid work was review- ed in detail by a New York corre- spondent several weeks ago, are re- joicing over the recovery of Nicolas Ruse Lopez, a poor Spanish boy, who was shot and seriously injured when he interfered with a man who was burning dogs alive to rid his place of fleas. For a long time his life was despaired of, but under the treatment of skilled physicians he is mending rapidly and will be discharged from the hospital in a short time. In recognition of his meritorious deed/the women's branch of the Soci- ety for'~the ~Preventlon Of Cruelty to Animals, of Philadelphia, has present- ed him with a prize of $50~ the money having been forwarded to the head- quarters of the Band of Mercy in this city. A committee from the organiza- tion, consisting of Mrs. Suarez, Mrs .... Warner, Mrs. Ryder and Mr. Fran- I III I I IIII I]11 E I [ I I I Will Supply Wives by the Carload. ' Boston.~Wives in carload lots, short or tall, blonde or brunette, fat or thin, coquettish or demure, will be furnished on request bY Mrs. Charlotte Smith, who for several years has urged impo- sition of st bachelor tax in the Bay state. dog." "Isn't he splendid? tionate.'; "I noticed he was very demonstra- tive," returned he, as he moved un- easily in his chair. "He is very playful, too. I never saw a more playful animal in all my life." "I am so glad to hear you say that." "Why.*" "Because I was a little afraid that when he bit that piece out of me the other evening he was in earnest But if he was only in play, of course, it's ~II right. I can take fun as well as Emybody." GOT LEFT IN THE RUSH, Turkey Extends Concession., Constantinople.~Tho Tukish gov- ernment has granted an extension of He is so aftec- the tobacco concession for another twenty years. Indian Chief, 115, Dies. ~uperior, ~is. ~ Chief Pussafiss. claimed to have been 115 years old, a Chippewa Indian, who has been one of the interesting characters of Solon Springs for many years, died at his home there. Elks Feed On Haystacks, Meeker.--Ranchers throughout tl~ county are beginning to complan of the onslaughts being made by hungry elk and deer upon their haystacks. The farmers are at a loss what to do, as there is a fine of $100 for killing an elk An appeal to the state game de- partment will be made. Sterilization Is Urged. Salem.--The twenty-seventh Oregon Legislature convened and organized with Dan J. Malarkey, Joint member from Clackamas, Columbia and Mult- nomah counties, as president of the Senate. and with C. N. MeArthur of Multnomah speaker of the House. Both