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Iowa Miner's Wife
! and Pour Children
Lost with Titanic
CHICAGO. April Nt-Francois L
Fcbrs, a French coal miner whoa ham
li la Mystic, la., who speaks no English,
would not bellavs. tali frteade U Iowa
wha they told hire that the Titanic, on
which hie wife and (our children ealleJ,
auik In mid-ocean.
"It la not to. what yoa tell me," sold
Le Febre. "In the letter my wife esy
tbey come to me on the Titanic."
The miner's friends made up a purse
for him, for his money was spent for
tickets on the his liner for hta wife and
children and Le Fsbrs came to Chiracs.
At the steemehip company's office
through an interpreter he was convinced
that ths ship had ions down and with
it hla loved ones.
Ms left for Mystic today, where hie two
older sons wait for him, and the family
reunion of mother, krothers and sisters
that will never be.
Mills Desseerais for Clerk.
OLENWOOD, Is., Ami) BV lSpeetal.
Ths Mills county democratic county con
vention was hold at Olenwood this af
ternoon. Ths county was well repra
sented. pelasatee to ths stata convention
at Burlington, May M. were eelected as
follows: M. J. Wllllsms, L, T. Osmung.
J. M. Mlclewslt. L. W. Beecher. H. B.
Cheyney. T. J. Wallace, rrank Hill, John
Oleeon and E. B. Blrdasil. Rseolutlons
Indorsing Champ Clark for president
were adopted with enthusiasm.' Emmett
Tinier of Council Bluffs was Indorsed
for elector at targe and L. T. Oenung for
loves News Nates.
CREST ON Bend csareiis wtll be riven
by the Creeton bend during ths summer
months. This has been agreed upon by
the elttsens of the place subscribing to a
fund for that purpoe.
r-EMKON-Mrs. U M. Shsw, wife of
the sx-secrstsry of the treasury, will sr-
nve In this city Sstuntey to be the guest
lor two weeae of ner slater, Mrs sugene
Gulick, end other lwnleon friends.
fJARWIN-Whll driving into town last
evening Jacob Stsrops team ran awsy
and threw him out ejralnst a pile of posta.
He received Injuries from which hs died
a few hours leier. A wile and two email
children survive him.
ORINNKIX The annuel convention of
the Society of Mutlo Teachers of lows.
WIU be held here June II to . The offl
eere of the eo1ety ere: H. W. Matlack,
Ormnell. president; Mrs. H. M. slathey,
Davenport, vice president: Mrs. Bertha
1 Heuetle, Dubuque, secretary.
CttESTorgeA. H. Peterson, a former
prominent lntoa county farmer and later
engaged hi the implement bualneee here,
passed away at Canton, III., Wednesday
morning, aged years. Hla two sone.
Roes and A. R . jr., of this city, were
at hla bedside wlvea death cams.
CRBSTON Three marriages were sol
emnised hers Tueedsy. the contracting
parties being Mies Susie Shower and
William Vsndewster, both of this city;
Mies Iella Jeff and James L. Jeff, both
of Unmor, sad Mies Helen Hansen and
Holland Bogax, both of this place.
HARLAN Rev. J. L. Blanchard. who
for several years past has been pastor of
the First Congregational church In this
city, has resigned to take the pastorship
of ths First Congregational church la
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Clinton, Is. Rev. Blanchard has been
connected with churches st La Mars sud
Kock Rapids, la.
HARLAN Miss Msry 1. Wrland. a for
mer resident or this city, has bean elected
to the prlndpeUhtp of the Harlan High
aceirml for tlia rnmli, IMT aflas WV-
land has been connoted with lite high
echool st Aberdeen, ft. D., (or two years.
Mies BUS of Thompson, la., was electee
principal of ths Park school.
LOOA!4-Odd Felloes of Harrison
county will meet at Mondamin Friday,
April J. at wnicn time ano ptacs nrat.
second end third degree work will be
exemplified by teems from ths different
lodges of Harrison county. A eperleJ
train will run from funis through
Woodbine. Losan. Mlaeourl Valley. Caii-
fomla Junction and Models (or ths bene
fit of those la attendance.
OLfCNVVOOD-offlclala of the Burling
ton are In chargs of a bunch of 0O men
at Folaom. on the weet boundary of Mills
county, attempting to hold the river.
wnicn le severely threatening tne trees
from Pacific Junction to Council Bluffs
A wrecking outfit Is being weed to dump
rock-lsden condemned cars In the stream
and willow rlpreppers are busy malting
snd placing willow mats. From appear
ances todsy the track will be Inst, as the
river le cutting about twenty-six) feet la
each twenty-four hours.
CRB8TON The Hnoa-Lembsrd sub
committee appointed to Investigate ths
proposition that the two tlllnola Inatltu
Hons at Qaieeburg be merged In the In
terests of the Rockefeller and Carnegie
educational board le reedy to report and
alii meet at Oaleaburg Friday. J. B.
Harsh o( this placs la chairman o( the
Lombard committee. It le reported that
not much headway has been meds In i lie
matter berauee of ths legel objections of
the two denomlnatlona by which the col
leges ars controlled. Knox Is controlled
by ths Cnngregatlonaltets and Lombard
by ths rnlversailata.
MYSTIC Hoptng that ths two littles
French children, both boys, who wars
ssvsd from the wrecked 'manic, are hts
children. Frank lsfehcr. a Mystlo coal
miner, has gone to New York to try to
Identify the utile tots or I snd 1 years
old, who since their rescue hsvs uttered
no word by which ther might be Identi
fied. Lefeber's wife and four small chil
dren were on this host and their names
were not among the survivors and Le
feber bad given up hope that they were
rescued, but a few dsys sgo ha saw ths
pictures of these two bova In a dslly
paper and recognises) them as Ms chil
dren. The two little wsifa were cared
for ay Mies .Margaret Hayes, a feiiow
passenger on tue wrecked ship, snd they
ars said to be still at her hums in New
Tork waiting to be claimed.
LOO AN A wedding of unusual Interest
took place st the home ot Mr. snd Mrs.
Fred Work, seven ml lea northwest of
Magnolia yesterday afternoon, when
their daughter. Hoes, was married to
Henry s Msaake of Magnolia. Rev.
John A iron ot Hoaklna, Nob , performed
the ceremony snd Mies Meta Arrun
played tne wedding march. Ths brlds
was attractively goaned In whits em
broidered Bwlaa snd carried a beautiful
bouquet ot pink and whits carnations.
Miss Emms Nledermyer wes bridesmaid
and was becomingly gowned In white.
Frank Maaske see beet man snd, as Ihs
groora, ess attired In bisck. The parlors
were effectively decorated. Mnk and
whits being the color scheme. After ths
ceremony and congratulations Suu were
served with refreahments, The evening
was spent In dancing by the younger
gueets In attendance. The bride and
groom will be at home near Magnolia
aner stay i. rtev. and sirs, jonn Arron
and daughter, Meta. of Hoaklna Neb :
Mr. and Mrs Will Bllky of Council Bluffs
snd Carl Hansen of Denlson were among
ins guests la attendance, trom a distance.
Mrs. Ka.ll gamdes.
BXBirVILLE, Neb.. April .-Rpeclal.l
Mrs. Bmll Sandoa. wife of Emit Sandoa,
who was shot about three years ago by
Ralph Nleman, died yesterday morning
at 11 o'clock. This faithful wits and
mother never got over ths shooting ot
bar hueband, her nerves being completely
shattered. As her husband wss never
known to have an enemy she was
haunted with ths tear that Nleman would
coma again and shoot the children.
TUT AN, Neb, April S.-tSprolal.)-Tbs
marriage of Louis C. Stamp, son of John
tamp, sr.. and Mlas Phoebe Ana Phil
Hps was solemnised at the horns of ths
bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Phillips, at 11: Wednesday morning, the
ceremony being performed by Rev. Psu
Bleger, pastor of ths German Lutheran
church at this Macs They will reside
fivs miles northwest of Tutan.
Mlas Anna Swan, daughter of Mark
Swan, and Mr. Arthur a Clausen, both
of Oek'aod, Neb., ware married by Rev.
Chsrlsa W. BavMge. at his residence.
Wednesday afternoon at I o'clock.
HARVESTER JOIT LETTERS
Comipondence Between Bootevelt
and Officiait Stnt to Senate.
C03CZE5S ASTI-TBUST ACTIOS
Celoael Tells Boa a parte ( G Over
Ike Matter with Perklaa
CvsBxslaalsaier Saaltk Fa ,
WA8HIXGTOX, April :t.-The confi
dential correspondence which paseed be
tween President Roosevelt. Attorney
General Bonaparte and Commissioner
Herbert Knox Smith of the bureau of
corporations In 1W7 abiut a government
sml-truat suit against the International
Harvester company was sent to ths sen
ste todsy from ths flies of ths Depart
ment of Justice,
One letter from Colonel Roosevelt to
Mr. Bonaparte, written at Oyater Bay
on August 22, 1807. salt! that the colonel
had hsd conferences with George W. Per
kins about ths company's sf fairs snd di
rected Mr. Bonaparte not to (lie the
suit then, hut to go over the matter with
Commlaelcner Smith snd Mr. Perkins.
A letter from Commissioner Smith to
ths colonel on September B told of con
ferences with Mr. Perkins and stated
Commissioner Smith' objections to a
prosecution at that rime, Ths commis
sioner wrote thst hs thought ths tniestlon
of ths company's guilt or Innocence was
merely a technics! question and told ot
conference with Mr. Perkins on
Beaeat Thraaxeard Salt.
Commtaaloner Smith wrote that Mr.
Perkins concluded with great smphaata
"that If after all ths endeavors of this
company and the other Morgan Interests
to uphold ths pottolss of ths sdmlnlstra
tlou and to adopt their methods of mod
ern publicity, this company was now
going to ha attacked la a parely technical
ease, ths Interests ha repsessntsd wars
"going to fight"
Further oa In ths asms latter Mr.
Smith wrote: "While the administration
hss never hesitated to grapple with any
financial Interest, no matter how great,
when It la believed that a substantial
wrong Is being committed, nevertheless it
Is a very practical question whether it
Is well to throw away bow the great In
fluence of ths so-called Morgan Interests
which up to this time have supported the
advanced policy of the sd ml nun ration
both In general principles and In ths ap
plication thereof to their spedflo inter
ests and to place them generally In oppo
sition. I believe Mr. Perkins' statement
that hla InUrest would necessarily be
driven Into active opposition was a sin
cere ana and in fact I can hardly see
how those great Interests can tsks any
other attitude should this prosecution hs
atarted and the final adoption of this
policy be mods public"
In another portion of ths letter Com
missioner Bmlth reported Mr. Perkins aa
having said substantially that ths
'Standard Oil people In New Tork were
giving him ths laugh tor having thought
ha was trying to be good and keep solid
with the administration, and that ha was
now going to gat the same doss aa the
With ths correspondence was a letter
from William Loeb, Jr., the president's
escrctary, making an appointment for
Mr. Bonaparte to talk the business over.
Letter Frees fteaaavelt.
The preetdent'a letter to ths attorney
general follows: . .
"OTgTfcR BAT, N. Y- Aug. C IW7.-
My Dear. Mr. Attorney en oral: Mr.
George W. Perkins of the' International
Harvester company hss Just called oa
ma and submitted ta me certs In papers,
of -which I ancloas copies. According to
these paper and Mr. Perkins' statemsnl
It would appear that the harvester earn
pany has repeatedly on Its own initiative
asksd that Its business be Investigated
by th Department of Commerce and
Labor through th eommlaaioner of cor
porations: that thro yeera ago ths Inter.
atate Commerce aommlsaioa decided that
it had accepted what amounted sub
stantially to rebalee; that Mr. Moody,
the then attorney general, was about to
taks action oa this report, but the bar
t eater company at one promised to
rectify the graotlosa snd see thst Both
Ing contrary to the ruling ot ths com
mission was agota dona T.ia was satis
factory to th attorney federal an) lb
ult was dropped. ,
Wllllagj Obey Law.
Th harvester company says it Is In
condition to prove that It has lived up
to this agreement mad In May, IMt,
Th hsrvsstsr company advances this aa
proof that It any illegal action Is pointed
out It will Itself rectify the matter on It
being pointed out. It further appears that
laet December Hansbrough got ths sn
ats ta pass a resolution directing ths Do
partmeat ot Commerce and Leber ta
make aa early Investigation Into ths
character and operation sad affect upon
Interstate commerce ot the International
Harvester company, ana that ta January
last Messrs. (Jar field and Smith met va
rious rep resents. Uvea ot ths harvester
company la New Tork and a conclusion
was reached that the department would
begin the examination aa speedily as
poaalble. wbloh conclusion was an
nounord publicly In ths press. Oa March
I Commissioner Smith notified ths bar.
v eater company that ths Inquiry would
be lata the eorpersts value st Its prop
erty, securities and ths general manage
ment of Its business. It appears by his
letter of August I that Commissioner
Smith hsd begua the Investigation, but
has not made suest profTies with It aa
hs would like to, oa account of his being
crowded with work.
"Mr. Perkins' request to me is that be
fore ths company la exposed to th cer
tain loss and damage that ths mere In
stitution ot a suit would Involve, this in
vestigation by Mr. Smith, aa requtrd by
ths senate resolution, should he carried
to completion. He expressly atstes to
me that there would he no intention to
plead ths examination by the Departmsat
ot Commerce snd Labor as confessing an
Immunity from proceeding by the De
partmsat of Justice. Will you see Mr.
Perkins and Commissioner Smith, go over
the matter la full and report to ass
Please do not tils ths suit until 1
hear trom you. Sincerely yours. '
"Hon. Charles J. Bonaparte. Attornay
General. Hotel Asplawau, Lenox, Maaa.
Bssttk Writes Loiter.
Commissioner Smith wrote the press
dent the Mr. Perkins outlined th poet
Uoa ot th harvester company aa baring
commit ed aa vtotsUon at law at which
It knew and only wished thst th tnvsstW
gatloB then, ander way by th Depart'
meat ot Commerce and Labor he contin
ued. . ,
The caenpaay was willing ts stand pros
ecution, tt found ta violation ot aa? stat
utes, ha eald. Toe commissi oner wrote
to the president in part aa follows:
'To the extent of my present knowl
edge. 1 am satisfied that ths facts ars
as atsted by the company, with the single
exception that I do not have definite
knowledge ss to ths nature xtt the. case
now la the hands of the Department of
Justice, but from the expressions of the
attorney general I am Inclined to believe
that It ta as Mr. Perkins stated, a purely
technical legal Question.
"As to the principle of fair dealing and
fasaamay Opea With Bareaa.
good policy mvolved, I also concur em
phatically with th company. 11 is cer
tainly true that tola company has been
most open with the bureau.
"Furthermore the attitude of the Mor
gan Interests, which control this com
pany, has beea one of active oo-o Dera
tion, a ,
la the Investigation of the steel In
dustry the United States Steel corpora
tion hsa already spent thousands of dol
lar In compiling for ths bureau the most
complete and Intimate Information as to
the business and Its officers have gone
to I nunc rate trouble and loss ot time to
facilitate In every way our work.
In my Interview of August M with Mr.
Perkins hs set forth a number of con
siderations which seem to me ot great
weight. Ha atatexl hla company had en
deavored to obey the law In every re
spect and had carefully put Itself In Une
with the policy of the administration,
that the Interests that he represented. In
cluding aot only ths International Har
vester compsny, but also the far-reaching
Morgan Interests generally, bad originally
favored the creation ot the bureau! of
corporation and th policy of th presi
dent which that bureau represents and
that both In their attitude toward the
bureau and In their conduct and manage
ment of their various concern. Including
the United States Steal corporation, they
had adopted s similar policy of frankness
and publicity; that as tar as they wars
aware they had not been guilty of any
Ttolattona of the law, certainly none in
volving a moral consideration; that, as h
phrased It, h waa now being laughed at
In New Tork by th Standard Oil people
who were saying that hs had tried ta be
good and keep solid with th administra
tion, but that hs was now going to get
the same does as other people who bad
not followed such policies.
Raises laspertaat tgaeattas).
'Aa to tha less question, whether this
company's organisation haa been a viola
tion of the Sherman law, I am not par
ticularly Interested nor have I any fixed
position oa the subject. I therefor feel
that tha starting ot a suit under th
Sherman law against this company would
b a moral Injustice and a reversal ot
the correct and advanced modern policy
ot ths president In dealing with cor
porals bualneea. It la submitted that
this case raises acutely a question ot gen
eral Importance, which must hs, I think.
determined now and tor which this case
will stand aa a precedent.
This case raises th question Included
In what the president baa called food
and bad trusts;' tbs question whether
combinations as such shall be prohibited
whether tha government Is going to try
to forbid all comblnationa regardlesa of
their methods or ends or whether oa th
other hand It la going to pursue tbs
poller, frequently a la tad by the president,
ot regulation and control rather than ot
Finally, this case against ths aom
pan fx a cfvll, not a criminal one. D.
lay will not affect tha oaas through any
statute of limitation. If ther Is a good
equitable case against ths eotnpany It
will' be m a thousand fold better shape
for trial after tha Investigation by tha
bureau than now. '
Th considerations explain1 and ue
tlfy th attltud taken by ths Interna
tional Harvester company, which attl
tude represents, I believe, that of a ma
jority of tha financial interests ot th
Commissioner Smith' letter ts Presl
dent Roosevelt was ' accompanied by a
latter of endorssmsnt tram Oscar Straus,
then secretary ot commerce sad labor.
Ths sending of th correspondence to
the senat wa not without sensational
Incldsata. Only a fsw weeks ago Attar.
nsy General Wickers ham flatly refused
to send it la rseponss to a request by
Senator Lea of Tennessee. Today Sen
ator Johnston of Alabama called upon
ths attorasy general for tne aorrespond
snos and within two hours It waa In
hand. - ' .
Senator Brletow. supporter of tha
colonel, defended th former president la
a spirited speech and warmly enuctaea
the procedure, which, be declared, waa
"presumably Intended to reflect upon a
man who is a canoiosie iw m v
dencv against ths present occupant"
Hs charged iB substance that the sre
ssntation of tha oorraspondsno had
rrtaktfal. Says Cwleael.
OYSTER BAT. K. T., April K-Th
k at which the harvester oorreepoou-
hM-airte available her tonight made
It impossible to call It to Colonel Roose
velt's attention In detail cetera nia sew
rirlne hour. Earlier IB tha evening.
.. .-,. it,, neat neei concerning
the sorresDondenca was communicated
to tha colonel, he said Be wouia nan
anthine to ear oa tha subject at that
time. Whatever comment ha might make
u hava ta be deferred until th en
tire subject matter waa available for his
umMl ha aaclsred. '
Ths report from Washington ina
Pneident Taft had decided, at a meeting
H hla rahlnat last night. OB a Swear
Stuck OB Colonel Roosevelt, to bs mad
In Massachusetts tomorrow, waa taaea
to Colonel Rooeevelt. '
"Frightful! Frightful" wsa ths only
hmiumi ha would make.
He declined to discuss hi defeat rn
Kaw Ilamnehlrs or tbs day's develop
ments In tha political Mtnatwa.
KBwOTlATIOKS PROTK FAILCBB
Salt Probably Win be Filed Against
WASHINGTON. April K-Hope ot dis
solving th flM.oao.OM International Har
vester company without a fight la the
courts has been practically abandoned. A
suit against the corporation under (he
Shertnaa anti-trust law probably will bs
filed at Chicago about tha mlddl ot
Thar remains one bare possibility,
however, thst an agreement Bay hs
reached, "but those familiar with ths
problem have lost expectations that the
government and tha corporation will
bridge tha differences aa to a plaa of
After a protracted eecfereoce todsy
Attorney GeSMrsl Wlekersham. Assistant
to tha Attorney General Fowler and
counsel for th harvester company, who
hava; asaductsd negotiations extending
ever 'several months, deeriasd to ex
merit' oa tha situation. Edgar A. Ban
croft -and John P. Wilson, representing
the corporation, will return ta Chicago
for further consultation with sfOctalt
PreeiatnTTafTwi fpprtsed of (he alt-
Greatest Clothing Bargain Opportunity in Years
Friday and Saturday j
A Month End Sale of Sur
Men's Spring Suits
Worth np to $25.00.
Very best of the new styles
in cheviots, tweeds, cassi
meres, worsteds, serges,
etc., both in plain colors
and fancies. Nothing to
equal them offered this
Three Big Special Purchases Alone Permit Us to
est of All Month End Clothing Bargain
nation at a conference with Messrs.
Wtehershsjn, Fowler and Bancroft. It
la understood bs agreeu thst ths plans
for disintegration so tar submitted could
not ha accepted by tha government.
The crux ot ths whole difficulty lie In
ths contention of ths harvester company
that tha MoCormlck and Deertng compa
nies, which are subsidiaries, should not
ha separated In any scheme of reor
ganisation. Tha government wanted the
Integral parts made distinct.
MARCONI UNDER CROSS-FIRE
(Continued from First Page.)
the pay ranged from H to 112 a week
with hoard and lodging.
It Is easy to get operators at thee
wages,' hs said, "because th sea la at
tractive to young men.
Th wages In America, Mr. Marconi
said, were slightly higher.
Did you snd a wireless to th operator
of the Carpathla telling him to meet you
and Bammls at the Strand hotel and to
'keep your mouth shutr "
"I did not."
"Did you hear of such a message?"
'Tea, from ths Bswspspera."
Taft's Meeeage ISot Received.
"Did you know of an attempt ot ths
United State steamer Chester to get In
communication with ths Carpathla?"
asked Senstor Bmlth. "tor th president
of ths United BtstesT"
Th operator told me the Cheater
aeked tor a list of tha Survivors." said
Mr. Marconi, "and that hs bad told tha
Chester tt had beta sent and then gave
them acme additional name.
"I also asksd him it ha had received
any mssssgs front th president of the
United States. Hs said bo such messags
surer was received, and It It had been h
certainly would have answered It"
Operator Cottasa Called.
Operator H. T. Cottam of the Carpathla
waa recalled and questioned aa to ths
distress from ths Titanic. Ths first mes
sage of distress from ths Titanic, hs said,
wag "COme at once. Hava (track a berg.
This Is a C. Q. D."
Cottam said he assisted the Tiunle la
communicating with other ahlps. because
escaping steam Interfered with ths Tlt
aalo Instruments. Hs told ot getting In
touch with six or seven ships. Including
tbs Olympic, ths Callfomlan. th Baltic
and .Halllg Olsv.
"Did you" get la touch with tha Mount
Templar' aeked Senator Smith.
"Tea, air; about W:W o'clock thst night
It govs me Mood Bight,' hut I did sot
get Its position."
Ths committee lata this afternoon held
aa executive seeslon. Whan th hearing
was resumed Senator Smith asked Mr.
Marconi whether, sines tha Titanic
accident any officer of the International
Mercantile Marine or White Star com
panies requested him or his assoclatet
to send any "silence" messags with refer
ence to the Titanic accident Mr. Marconi
said: "Not so far aa I know."
Ths committee then adjourned unttl to
morrow. Meant Tessas Wear Tltaale.
BTRATHCONA. Alberta, April .
E. W. Zurich, a passenger on the Mount
Temple, said today ths Ship changed Its
course and made preparations to give as
sists nee ob hearing of the at earner's call
for help, but oa encountering a field of
Ice, abandoned ths "north course." tt
wsa reported among th pesssngsrs, said
Mr. Zurich, ths captain asserted he
"would aot endanger the 1.000 passngere
aboard tha Mount Temple." Mr. Zurich
said hs waa positive hs had seen the
meats of ths Titanic and thinks ths
Mount Tempi might hava reached tha
pot before tha Tltanlo sank.
. Calls Sewmsar gaelta a Fowl.
LONDON. April St. The Globe today,
commenting on th United 8tates Titanic
Investigation, raters to Chairman Smith
as a "born fool."
NEW SURVEYORS NAMED
IN THE LAND OFFICE
fFrom a Stsff Correspondent.) '
WASHINGTON. D. C, April .- Spe
cial Telegram.) R. O. Lymon ot Lyman
count r. South Dakota; C W. Devenorf
of Hardin county, Iowa; O. H. South
meyd of Deadwood. 8. D.; Herman Jo
ehel, Cheyenne, Wyo,; L D. Lyman ot
Highland. 8. P.; J. A. Stoddard of
Poweaklck county, Iowa; B. W. Steels
Meets close in front and
tays so ' 154 AforZf
-- Oeeo. Piasssj at Co. Tser. K. Y.
CHESTER Ari AN
"QP Sey LOUIE AHKO LMM
After being closed for three weeks, on account of re
pairs being made on the building, I wish to announce that
I have opened for business. "We are now better equipped
than ever to give our patrons the very best of service, and
everyone "knows what kind of Chop Suey Louie makes.
Come up and try one of my steaks the very best obtain
able. LOUIE AHKO
1419 Douglas Street
of Park county, Wyoming: A. H. Brent
of Slgourney. Is.; W. W. Utterback,
Sigourney, la., have been anointed sur
veyors In ths land office service,
C. Lewis Phillips of Brookings, B. D.,
has been appointed scientlflo assistant. '
W. W. Whits of Brookings. S. D.. has
been appointed dairyman in butter mak
ing in tha Department of Agriculture.
Ref aeea to. Pay Tazee.
BOISE, Idaho, April ft: Because the
Weatern Union Telegraph company re
fused to pay Its tax assessment In the
stste of Idaho. ' the assistant attorney
general, O. M. Van Duyn, haa authorised
the selxurs of the company a property.
The tr!eirra(.h company claimed that the
rate of taxes wss too nigh.
MOVBlCisTTS or OCXA stbamxm,
Port. Arrtnd. SeJteS.
BKBUBM K. P. Wlltwha.
CoPKVHAGS.T. Colt aulas.-
NEW TORK Mawetaala,
NB TOKK ,, LaUlana.
Ktrw TORK Nlasara.
YOKOHAMA..... Mil. .
YOKOHAMA Seattle Mars....
Itched Like Poison. Scratched
Until They Bled. Says: "Cuticura
Soap and Ointment Cured Me."
Tores Rivers, Mich. "Four yean ago I
had places break out oa my wrist and en my
ahla which would Itch and burn by speUa, snd
scratching them would no
Beam to five say relief. Whea
the trouble first began, my
wrist and thin itched like poU
soa. I would sersteh these
places uatU tbey would bleed
before I could get say relief.
Afterwards ths places would
scale over, and the Bean under
Beats would look red and fever
ish. Sometimes It would hegia
to itch until It would wakea
me from my sleep, sad I would hav to ga
through tha scratching ordeal agaia. -
"I consulted our physician la regard to
H. snd bs pronounced tt "dry eesema." I
used an ointment which the doctor gave ats,
hut It did ns good. Then he advised me la
try ths Cuticura Remedies. As tha trouble
hss been la our family for years, sad eon.
stdered hereditary. I felt anxious to try to
head It off. I got the Cuticura Soap, Otnt
menl and PlUa, and they seemed to b juet
what I needed.
"The disss ss wss making great headway
a my system until I got the Cuticura Reme
dies which asvs cleared my ehla of ths treat
asst. From the lime th eczema healed four
yean ago, until bow. I have never felt any
af its pest, and I am thankful t ths Cuticura
Soap and Ointment which certain I j cured ma.
I always us tbs Cuucura Soap for toilet,
aad I hop other suflems from ska) sleeaees
will uae the Cuticura Soap and Ointment.'
(Signed) Irran Hutchison. Mar. IS. nil.
Cuticura Soap and Oiotraeal ars sold
averywhera. Sample ot each mailed free,
with 3-p. book. Address, "Cuticura."
Dept. T. Bos teat. Tesder -faced assa should
shave with Oatkara Seta Shaving Stick.
rVa tbrve ktc farters tkst kave
eaaaS parwrtaa lar las seat at yeses
oxxa. uevea. eeucato Brasrese aas
aasea Useejcale as a eeecaa. (eat
ereveataur kaewa. SVerat eaeSaao
wakes tee aailoes standard saiastea.
Blaaatvae laataaUr at wster.
mni AstsMstir PewsW
ST Sraais(a ei.i.aaeia.
rota Doctoa r
Watch and Jewelry
aa of Work, tea!
Frits Sandwall Co.
ISS Booth lata 8 tree.
Friday and Saturday I
A Value Giving Event of
Men's Spring Suits
Worth up to $lc.00.
All wool fabrics in both
plain and fancy colors, in
cluding a fine lot of blue
serges with two pairs of
pants. Greatest snap ever
Offer You This Great
A Common Sense Treatment
Quickly Believes All Dis
If you hava any symptoms of catarrh,
such as stuffed up feeling In the head,
profuse discharge from ths nose, phlegm
In ths throat, causing hawking and spit
ting, dull pain In ths head, or ringing In
ths sars, just anoint ths nostril or rub
th throat or chest with a littles Ely's
Cream Balm, aad see how quickly you
will get relief.
In lust a few minutes you will feel
your head clearing, and after using ths
Balm for a day or so ths nsaty discharg
will bs checked, the pain, soreness and
fever will be gone, and yod will bo long
er he offensive to yourself and friends
by your constant hawking, spitting and
Shake off the grip of catarrh before
It Impairs your sense of taste, smell
and hearing and poisons your whols sys
tem. In a short Urns you can be cured
of thla dlatrssotng disease by using Ely'a
Cream Balm. Thla healing, antlseptls
Balm does not fool you with short, de
ceptive relief, hut completely overcomes
ths disease. It clears ths nose, head
and throat of all the rank poison, soothes,
heals and strengthens ths raw. sore
membranes, and makes you proof against
One application will convince you,
and a fifty cent bottle will generally af
fect a complete cure. Oct It from your
druggist and start the trsatmsnt at ones.
Special Agent, Sherman MoConnsll
and a program of advertisements aa
dsr ths direction of
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
CHILDS' BAYIXQ I'STTTCTE.
hUt. at I o'clock Evening at S o'clock
Beats oa sale at bos of flee, Apr. Sf.
tat, Kvery Day tag. Bvvry sTixht gag
Frank Keenan, Prinosas Kajah, Knox
flleon, Tkurber snd Madlaon. Five
Srtglnal Plroscoffla, Tbs Four Famous
Vanls, demons and Dean. Kinatoecope.
Orpheum Concert Orchestra. Prices,
Night, 10c. lac. iOc Tic. Matinee, lac
beat seats lc ex cap t Sat. and Sua
ouaui rvar ourn
XTSATAQaWSA AsTB TACOlTtUU
Leo Stevens, riellie Florede, 4 Banta
Bros, Beauty Chorus. First Amateur
Contest of Season Friday Might. Cash
Prises. Great Fun.
Ladies PI Matisse aTvcry Weak Pay
Cealgkt, xtsta. Teas, Tsmm Baa
waxtzb a. mim
trOODVAJLD STOCK OOBTAsTT ta
ht rmzxaTD raOM aroja.
Next Week Ueateaaat Bed Xead i
Matlass Today SdO xrtfti sat
DARLINGS of PARIS
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