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E N TS IS
JOHNSON' S IHEIE
MINNESOTA GOVERNOR DEFENDS
CONSTITUTION ON BATTLE
FIELD AT SHILOH.
|fw KES GREAT PERIL IN
SUPREME COURT RULES
Federal Dictum May Have Taken the
Nation Back a Century, Declares
Candidate for Democratic Nomina
Shlloh Battlefield, Tenn., Apr. 11.
Ttoat the people must assert their
lights to prevent nullification of the
constitution and that they must rise
hove the fallibility of judicial tri
bunals was declared here Friday in an
address by Gov. John A. Johnson of
Minnesota, aspirant for the Demo
cratic presidential nomination. The
monument erected by the state of Min
nesota In the National park at Shiloh
to the memory of the Minnesota sol
diers who fell on that field was dedi
cated. Gov. Johnson and his staff, ac
companied by a party of 50 prominent
snen of Minnesota, were present and
participated in the tfedloatory exer
cises. Ideal spring weather prevailed.
Gov. Johnson Presented.
Gen. L. T. Hubbard, chairman of the
Minnesota monument commission, pre
sided. Gov. Johnson spoke in part as
"The scheme of government devised
by our forefathers was adopted after
most mature deliberation and after the
fullest investigation, and only when
they were convinced that In the distri
bution of the powers of government
the rights of the people would be re
spected. It was founded upon the
theory that the right existed in the
people to make, alter and modify their
form of government, and to this end
the several states In constitutional
convention agreed upon and adopted
a constitution which was the founda
tion upon which this nation rests. But,
as Washington said, 'the constitution
which at any time exists, till changed
by an explicit and authentic act of the
whole people, is sacredly obligatory
Must Obey the Government.
'The further heritage of the power
and right of a people to establish gov
ernment presupposes the duty of
every individual to obey the estab
lished governments.' While the pri
mary object of a written constitution
Is to define governmental powers and
to limit governmental departments,
the overwhelming necessity for such
en instrument is to prevent insidious
caoroachments upon the rights of the
Individual citizen, both from those in
office and from those who by reason
of their wealth and power have an in
fluence far greater than that pos
sessed by the average citizen And so
the constitution of the United States
was regarded bv its framers as an
Instrument of the most sacred import,
an alteration of which could only be
made the people themselves in
whom all ultimate power is vested,
and then onl after the fullest discus
sion and widest publicity
Ex Premier Grows Weaker.
London Apr 11 The condition of
former Premier Sir Henr\ Campbell
Bannerman has undergone a senous
change during the past 24 hours and is
now the cause of gia\est anxiety The
bulletin issued Fnday sa that Sir
Henry passed a restful night, but his
weakness has increased
City Marshal Fatally Wounded.
Kent, Wash Apr 11 City Marshal
Harry Miller of Kent was fatally
wounded in a pistol duel with five
highwaymen Night Marshal Charles
Culberson, who helped Marshal Miller
In the fight, escaped unscathed
No Strike, Says Seamen's Leader.
Chicago, Apr 11William Penje,
president of the Lake Seamen's union,
declared Friday that in his opinion
there will be no strike of the members
of his organization at the opening of
47,000 MINERS MAY RETURN
OHIO WORKERS ARE EXPECTED
TO 0 0 TO WORK.,
That Is Declaration of State President
of UnionDate of Resumption
to Be April 15 or 16.
Columbus, O., Apr. 11.It is very
probable that 47,000 miners who are
now idle in Ohio will resume work
about April 15 or 16, following the con
ference of the miners and operators at
Toledo next Tuesday, declared Wil
liam Green, state president of the min
"It is very probable that the opera
tors and the miners will reach an
agreement at Toledo and that the old
wage scale that was in effect up to
April 1 will be readopted."
President Green said that the min
ers' officials and the operators have
had several conferences and that there
seems to be no hesitancy on the part
of the operators to sign the agreement.
"It will mean the renewal of the
harmonious relations existing between
the four states in the sixth district
that existed since 1898 until the break
came two years ago when the joint
interstate movement was dissolved."
All of the locals will send delegates,
and there will probably be 150 from
Ohio at the conference. A total of
500 delegates for the miners are ex
pected from the four states. The big
question before the assembly will be
the renewal of the wage scale that ex
pired March 31 last and the resump
tion of the mines in this district.
1908 Buick Line
FIGHT HUGHES' ELECTION PLAN.
Senate Lawyers Oppose Special Bal-
lotingCall Is Out.
Albany, N. T., Apr 11.Gov. Hughes
Friday issued his proclamation calling
a special election in the Forty-seventh
(Niagara-Ontario) senatorial district,
to be held on Tuesday, May 12, to fill
the vacancy caused by the recent
death of Stanislaus P. Franchot of Ni
agara Falls. Lawyers of both parties
in the senate raised the question
whether any vacancy in the present
senate can be filled by a special elec
tion in any district, the present senate
having been declared by the court of
appeals to be a de facto body, elected
and serving under an unconstitutional
Representative Brick Buried.
South Bend, Ind., Apr. 11.The fu
neral of Representative A. L. Brick,
held here Friday, was one of the larg
est ever seen in northern Indiana
Representatives of the federal, state
and local governments attended The
congressional committee arrived a
short time before the ceremony be
gan. The services were conducted by
Vev Francis Banfll, of St James
and Rev Henry Johnson of the First
Two Perish in Blaze.
New York, Apr 11 Two small boys
were killed and several other per
sons injured Friday in a fire which
caused a loss of $20,000 to the five
story tenement house at 25 Pitt street.
The fire drove 20 families from their
homes the five story buildang and
emptied tenements and lodging houses
for a block
Discover Town Is Partially "Wet."
Danville 111 Apr 11 It has been
discovered that a small portion of the
town of WestviUe nominally situated
in Geoigeton township which voted
"dry" in the local option election, is
really in Danville township which
went "wet" b-\ a laige majority in
the same elect on
Cars for Good Service
Report on Anti Eetl ng Bill.
Washington, Apr 11 A subcommit
tee ot the =enat committee on the
District of Columbia Friday made a
favorable rer-oit on the house bill to
prohibit bett'ng at the Bennin? race
track Chairman Caiter of the com
mittee will report the bill to the sen
Guild's Recovery Expected.
Boston, Apr 11 The condition of
Gov Curtis Guild has shown such
favorable progress during the present
week that his relatives and friends
took for his recovery.
RUNNABOUTS AND TOURINQ CARS
Two and Four Cylinder ,f Tires and Accsssories
H.W.Sims & Co., Inkster N 0j_mha6.7fi.
i i A VS.!
SEHHT E Ml MS*.
bIB TH E S
8'LL INTRODUCE-) TOMEFTCON-
FL S EE WEEN STAiE
AND FEDERAL ISSUES.
One Judge Cannot ssue a rit. The
Process of Enjoining State Offi
cials Modified Three Jurists to
Hear Each Case.
Washington, April 14.To meet
conflicts between federal courts and
state authorities, such as have arisen
during the past year in Minnesota,
North Carolina, Alabama and other
states, the senate committee on ju
diciary reported a bill directing the
method of proceedure in cases where
an effort is made in the federal courts
to enjoin state officials from enforc
ing state laws.
The bill is a compromise between
measures introduced by Senators
Overman and Bacon and the late Sen
ator Bryan of Florida, and was re
ported by Mr. Overman. It has creat
ed much attention in committee and
is intended not only to lessen the fre
quency of injunctions in such cases
but to modify and soften the process
when it is resorted to.
The bill prohibits any one federal
judge from granting such an injuni
tion, requiring that all applications
for such orders shall be heard by at
least three federal judges, two of
whom shall be circuit judges, while
the third may be either a circuit or a
district judge. It also requires at
least five days' notice to the state au
thorities and grants appeal to the su
preme court of the United States.
Washington, April 14.In a special
message vetoing a dam bill President
Roosevelt warned congress that there
are pending in this session bills which
proposed to give away without price
stream rights capable of developing
1,300,0 0 horse power, the production
of which would equal annually the
production of 25,000,000 tons of coal.
The president holds that compensa
tion should be given.
NORTH DAKOTA FIRE
Courthouse and All the Stores but
One Burned at Schafer.
Williston, N. D., April 14.The
business portion of Schafer, county
seat of McKenzie oounty, was de
stroyed by fire and the courthouse is
among the burned buildings.
The fire started in the Kurtz drug
store and communicated to adjoining
buildings. The only large store left
la town is the Bruegger store which
was saved by iron sidings and after
every well in town was pumped dry.
Kurtz is fully insured, the remain
der of the losses only partially. A
fire was discovered in Kurtz's store a
few days ago but was extinguished.
Sheriff Poe, who was here from
Schafer, hurried to the striken town
today to mtestigate.
A DESPERATE ACT
Risks His Life for Team of Horses
and Is Fatally Injured.
Huron, S. D., April 14.George
Baker, age about 22 years, living with
his mother on the John Fernand farm
northeast of Yale, lost his life by
priiri fire a day or two since. He
was at work in a field and started a
fire to bur the grass on a small patch
i he fire got beyond control and his
team being in danger, he ran to their
In attempting to save the horses,
he was so overcome by heat and
smoke that he died the following
TROOPS WATCH STRIKERS.
No Cars Run in Pensacola, Fla., Fol-
lowing Sunday Riots
Pensacola, Fla., April 14.Addi-
tional troops were ordered to the city
is a result of rioting Sunday in con
nection with the strike of street rail
way employes. The city was patrol
led but no attempt was made during
le early hours to run cars, street
ni' way officials declining to operate
until the additional troops gave fur
\er guarantee of the safety of the
2,000 Chinese Perish.
Shanghai, April 14. Disastrous
floods are reported to have occurred
at Hankow, in the province of Au-Peh
and it is stated 2,00 persons have
been drowned. Seven hundred junks
were sunk or wrecked. The floods
are said to be due to an unexpected
freshet. The waters caught the peo
ple unexpectedly in the middle of the
TWIN CITY MARKETS.
Indiana Man Is Slain.'
Cassopolis, Mich., Apr. 11.Carleton
Morgan, aged 35 years, of South Bend,
Ind., was shot and instantly killed
here Friday in front of the residence
of Mrs. Mary Green. It is alleged
that Mrs. George A. Metsker of South
Bend, wife of a saloon keeper there,
who is under arrest here with her
husband, fired the shot which killed
Mo-gan. Mrs Metsker denies it.
Double Tragedy in Economy, Pa.
Pittsburg. Pa., Apr. 11.William F.
Reiss, proprietor of a meat market at
Economy, the former communistic set
tlement near here, Thursday morning
was found in his home unconscious
and apparently dying from a bullet
wound, while his wife lay dead in her
bed, also the victim of a bullet. Reiss
confessed later, it is alleged, that ho
fired the two shots.
Fire Drill Saves Pupils.
Denver, Col, Apr 11.A well-con
ducted fire drill at the Fleming
school in South Denver, saved 100
little ehildren from death or injury
Thursday when an overheated furnace
set fire to the building. Presence of
mind on the part of Miss Katherine
Harris, in whose room the fire started,
in all probability prevented a disaster.
Barnard Named for Congress.
Shelbyville, Ind Apr. 11 The Sixth
district Republican congi essional con
vention Thursday night nominated W.
O. Barnard of Newcastle on the three
hundred and eighty-fourth ballot, to
succeed Representative James E Wat
son, who recently was nominated for
governor by the Republican**
Easter postal cards and city
hospital views at Sheaf Stationery
Hake up A Party
bundle of articles which only re
quire cleaning or dyeing to make
them give further service. Tour
friends and neighbors would be
glad to join you. every home con
tains & pair of gloves, lace cur
tains or draperies, a jaoket, a
waist, an overcoat, or something
which it would he economy to
have cleaned --If the order is $3
or more, we pay return charges
Our Prkta arcriqtit-Sur
Minneapolis, April 18.
WheatNo. 1 northern, $1.03 No.2
northern, $1,00. May 99kc. Oats
No. 3 white,49o. CornNo. 3, 64c..
BarleyNo. 4. 78c. RyeNo. 3, 73o
Flax seedNo. 1, $1.16. Butter
Creamery, extras, 28c firsts, 26c.
dairy, fancy, 22c. seoonds 20c
PoultryTurkeys, 12c, chickens 10c
South St. Paul, April 13.
CattleSteers, $6.00 and $6.60
cows $3.00 and $4.00. Hogs$5.66
and *5.75. SheepMuttons,, $6V75i
More! More! More1
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This is the Drill that Does the Business!
Single Discs and Shoes can be replaced one
with the other in a simple and easy manner.
An adjustable Force Feed that will sow all
kinds of seed. The farmers appreciate this.
UNDGREN, WITTENSTEN & CO.
Massage, Medical Gymnas
tics, Turkish Baths, Tub
Baths, Shower Baths.
(Telephone No, 181.)
comes the call for
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everybody delights in us wholesome good
ness. Nothing half so good for all sorts of
sweetening, from griddle cakes to candy.
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