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Tbe, MIKl Of chuttlmoogra oli baa been iBMppa ftr aotno time to have some vlr^s* In the treatment of leproHy, aH| i M6ntly It baa been discovered are a great many points mmibuKf between the gerius of Had tboae of tuberculoma, led to aome government ex la tike ^direction of combut tlfcWCBioWto which will be con teded la Hawaii. WQMEN1 USf "DIAMOND OVeS* 11^4 0M Shirta, Oreaaea, Waitt% fifMlb Stoefcinga, Draperlee— ^CyorytMn* 1 of "Diamond Dyes" dtrtctiona for dyeing any Mi. COttna. linen, or I*pM*l. Poor dye tada^ and rtrina mate "dyed-look." Huy only. Dmggbrt has naa# tbiotiflboat bat att# att*ai»ra t» UMr bave 9fpa^al drawback t» be the pr# V* aa Inflect woli eouatrlev tffm TO BRIDGE KISSCUul SPECliU, TAX TO OET FUND8 PASSED BY SOUTH BAKOTA LSQISLATURfc. What la gaaarally conalflered as one it tbe uiJ.t ow^auuctiTe pieces of ieg '.siuiiou ea^cibU by the pebwut aBM3uii »ly recaived its final passage by (lie lenate and a wait* oulf tbe siguatu.e if Gar. McAiaster to make It become iffactife. Ttais biU direota tke Rttiie .ax commisAiua te make an aiuuu.l ovy amouutiug te oue-teu'Ji ef one mill ou ail taixaUie piu^erty is the atate to provide funds far tiie coiic.rruo tion of bridge aurwsa tue Ihstiouri river, linking' tUf western k*if of tbe state wth the eastern half. Tiu hill was iTitroducjd in the hyuge duilug luo aarly part uf the sessiwu, uyoa the l'f'c omxnendatoin .of the budget board. Un der the present plwa it is kopcii to raise in the neighborhood ef each year for this bridge fund, or enough ia ten years tc construct three bridges, one in the southern part of the state, or.a ia the central and one In the uorthdrn part. While it is lcit to the next legislature to say whore this first structure shall be located, it is conceded the most logical placn to bosla the work would be in the south ern part of the state, connecting tlio Rosebud country with the south eastern portion of South Dakota and thereby bring into the state a section which, although it is within the bouti daries of South Dakota, is to ail in tents aud purposes annexed to Ne braska. Mellette county residents believe that they have made a find of lignite coal on the side of a bluff in that county. They have sncured sample-? of ooal on the surface, and while It la a poor quality of lignite, they think the situation ia enough to warrant a little investigaitiom cf the local'ty and find it there is uot a better quality of coal acd in quantities which will warrant something being dons in the way of opening up tbe location. Up to the present the lignite beds so far aa known In this state are located rorth of Cheyenne river, and nothing in that line bap ever beea opeutg up aouth of tha^ stream. Sturgis la Just now the crater of South Dako-a in oil interests. Geolo gists have generally conceded that the qpnds to the east of the Black Hills should contain oil as well as those in the territory te the west of the Wyom ing fie'ds. A company has been or ganized for the purpose near this city. Otker companies have beei organized tor the purpose ef prospeotrag in tbe Bare Butte dome near thia city. Othe companies have been organized in thia section and drilling ef test wells Is expected te proceed la several loca tions near here. Ioe In the Missouri river at Cham berlain ha« ceased te run, according to Milwaukee railway official advices For the flrat time la years the Mil waukee railway bridge at that point is intact after the flow. Uni'-'ially light aaows, lack of rain and the ex captlocally early and gradual break up of the ioe on the river are said tc be the reason for the pas»«ge of the ftoa without dei&g the annual damage to this bridge. T-ata ••:heduieav will not be interrupted this spring, as has beea the usual thing ia the pa?t. A movement la ander way to stock Lake Andes with clams, and it is learned that the fame and fish com mission has taken the matter up to see what oan be done. Clams are urged as a good thing for Lake Andes be cause of their tendency te absorb poi sonous substances from the wi' e and as this lake has no outlet it becotres somewhat stagnant at certain times of the year. David F. Heffron, of Dead wood, was elected state adjutant of the American Legion of South Dakota at the meeti of the executive committee. He suc ceeds Claude 5. Harris, of Deadwood, who goes to Indlonapol's as field or ganiser of the national organization. Rapid City wai selected as the plam for the next »*atb convention to be held August 23-16. Davison county's board of county commissioners blookod the effort of the city council of Mitchell to enlarge the city by taking ia a. large tract of unplotted land on the east side of the town. The statute provides that tbe city governing body must obtain con pent of the county board before it can annex unplatted land. South Dakota genius has again scored. Fred Reichert. of Tyrdall, it li announced, has just perfected and patented a thrie'-proof faucet for oil storage tanks and drums. A Chicago manufacturer h&s offered the Inventor an attractive propositoin for the priv ilege of manufacturing this invention for the market. Fire believed to bave bad its Origin In a short circuit in the wiring of the strupture completely destroyed the Jameison hotel at Rosooe. At a special eleotlon bold at Spring- ftald voters authorised the issue of frttmie of '4, $22,000 for installing a sewer systota. Work will commence as soca aa t||B bonds are sold. It also is %taaa4d to extend t'ae cement side walki antem of the city during the summer. Joba Haynea, aged M. was instant ly Mltad as the result of an accident fa fiii Keystone district of the Black ISUIfc He was haulirg a load of furni tttfll fifeon bis horses became frjght OBad-aad ran away. He was thrown igiir tbn load «fcd crushed to death. ll4 & xt. Announcement Is niu.de that the Hope school for Indian girls, located at Springfield, which was closed last summer under an act of congress, will be reopened on July 1 of this year, due to the efforts of 8euater Tkema* Btorling and the three congressmen And of a Springtield business saea's •ommittee. Despite the predietioa* that tboa sacds of acres ef Land, sold last year during the real estate bjom weuld revert to the original owners in March, when final paymentb were te be made in many cas*^, Mitchell hankers be lieve there wlU be ce widespread hardship, occasioned by the land spec ulation. Arrangements are being made for the purchase ef meteriai fpr the eon struction of transmission line te bring vlectrictiy from Kimball to While Lake, so that the residents of this city may bo provided with elee -ric ty for lighting aud power pur poses. If is planned to have 24-heur err vice wheu ta* line is built. teaau Turpin, aged father of «leven children, for many years one of the best knowa ranchmen of the Ar peu district of western South Dakota, died of blood poisoniug resulting from wounds self-inflicted on both wrists in an attempt at suicide. His act was due to despondency. In anticipation of a lively trout fish ing season along Spearfish creek, one of the best trout fibhlug streams the Black Hills, residents of this city aud other Black Hills towns are pre paring to erect cabins in Spoarfish canyon, adjacent to the creek, where they can camp during the spring and summer. Mrs. Bert Fetters, farmer's wife, armed with an ax, won a fight with a large gray wolf at Groton, when she cornered the &ttimal in a hog house and killed it. A dog pack had b'en "atigued when the woman Joined the chase. 3J Iting of a heavy fall of snow ia r.he upper Black Hills caused FaJl rfv sr to go on a rampage, rising several 'eet in a few hours. The result was '.hat several bridges were carried out aad extensive damage was donfl to highways extending along the stream. Mitchell women already are making plans to win a place on the board of education. At the regular meeting of tbe league of women voterB a com nittpo w named to seek a candidate for the board. prxtensive building operations are plar-ncd by the Bridgewater Catholic society for this sumemr. It has befcn lecided to erect a parochial school, and work on this will commerce ia the spring. Farmers of this district may be coin pelled to organic a v.gdance commit tee to put a st-p to wiioieaale Lkier ing which now is b^ing carried ea la the farming community. The anuual training comferenee for Cbrigti«!U workers fur the state ef South Dakut% will be held at Dakota vVesieyan university, July 14 te ii, this yeax. At a meeting held In Howard by the "e-eford breeder of Mi^er coentjt what will be kaown as the Miaer v^umy dfciei'oiu i*iee4ers' associa tion was organized. A number of farmers in Hand coun ty have sowed wheat and maay have plowed, harrowed aad piilverix«ni the round with a view of sowing any :iine now. The town of Oolman baa purchased a new pump for the waterworks. The ,)ump throws 300 gallons per minute against a bead of 150 fejt. A new Sfc aorscpower motor was also purchased. School consolidation won another victory in Lyons, when the fuestioa jf issu ug $45,000 worth of bonds to build the new consolidated school, won Ut by five votes. Fred Reed, garage proprietor at Athol, aged 48. committed suicide by ihootirg himself above the heart witb a shotgun. Despondency over kia health was the cause. There promises to bo oa intetest ng contest- for appointment a6 post uaste of Canova under the incoming epublican administration. Mobridge Masons have organised aa -ssociation for the purpose of erect 'ng a new Masonic temple in Mo bridge. Sioux Falls has been selected for he coming state convention of the South Dakota League of Women Vot ers on March 29 and Jv Six cents and a pair of holey socks was tbe sum total of the loot secured from the Yankt&i steam laundry by rubbers who entered the building. A woman's auxiliary of the Madison Vmerican Legoin post has been or ganized with a good charter member ship. Oscar W. Olson, aged 31 years, Lake county farmer, died as the result of being kicked by one of his horses Preliminary steps have been taken to erect a second farmers' grain eleva tor in Freeman. "Rest Haven," the popular Lake Andes pleasure resort, which' went through the ice into nine feet of water ecently while being hoved, has been rescued and now is on dry land. The proprietor plans to remodel the struc ure and have it ready for summer pleasure seekers. The state board of charities and corrections fixed the price of prison twine for this year at 12ty cents for -ew twine, and 10 cents for rewotmi twine from the old supply. This ia on cai lot shipments, with a slightly higher price oh small shipments ir*- »v.. -I* i The Seuth Dakota Legislature The hoaeo adopted tbe borne bill eaioolated to pat ta«th in the eecuri fcias ooasasleeleu law and keep oat scal awag stock saleamaa. It requires ah stock said to ga through the elnoe ot toe eeiiiUiiasloa se that tkay amy know "kaa the auiaaat authorised has inen said. U requires deaiars ia stocks tu iepeeit |4t,M# to securities and sales men to put eg $lM,0ti0 bend as te their good faith ia eeiliag la the state. It pr^hibita resala aC additional nnatrfch eriited stock within the aasouat permit ted by the ooaanaiaaian, aad generally peraiito a aaere careful scrutiny inu the affairs of sash coat pastes, with stranger penalities thaa Use present law. e a Neither the senate ner fcha house rot have ahown any intaatioa ef let ting ge their hold oa the Sunday base ball-movie censorship deadlock. Scn atore contend that the Sunday base ball bill would be no good if the emer gency were not left In aa the ques tion could not be eubmitted in muni cipalities under the local option fea ture this spring, and the house has not yet been able te get the majority ne cessary to pass it as an emergency measure. The sentate contends tha the emergency is necessary on the. movie bill if it is to be at all effective, and the house atlll insists that there should be left provision for submission ef the question to the people. e e e Charges of cruelty to prisoners, mis management, carelessness and ineffi ciency on the part of management of the South Dakota penitentiary at Sioux Falle, under former Warden G. C. Redfield were contained in the re port of the legislative investigating committee, aubmitted to the legisla ture. Instances where prisoners were tortured to such an extent that "thev became mental and physical wrecks" were brought to tbe attention of the committee, the report etated. One method of ouniahment, the report went on, waa to leave doors and win dows of the oells open In the winter, causing prisoners te suffer from the "old. e The honso had its second fight on *he question of exempting from taxa tion of religious and benevolent or ganizations not used exclusively by them. A bill requiring exclusive use for exemption waa killed in the ses sion leaving the law applying to all property owned by them. Hagg of Corson had a bill In specifically ex empting church parsonages and Park er sought te amend by cutting ont the provision tor exemption whether so used or not. The amendment was killed aad tbe hill paaeed. e e e Linking of the western part of fbe state with the eastern half received a great boost when the house passed H. B. 27, authorising a levy of one tenth mflJ apoa aseeesed valuation of the state to rovide for state bridge funds. Under this plan It is hoped to raise enough money t« build across tbe Mis souri river ev«ry five years. One bridge will open up the Mobridge country, another the Rosebud region and another will be located at Pierre. Approximately II years will be re quired to consummate the plan.' e e e South Dakota will continue her pres ent road building program, highway committees of both bouses have de cided. Funds will be raised by a gred uated automobile tax and a tax of 1 eent a galloa on gasoline used In mo tor vehicles to meet the $1,700,000 fed eral aid in the coming years. The state has funde sufficient to meet fed eral aid during the present year and next year, but must be assured by the present legislature of money for 1923 and 1924 so that contracts may be signed up with the government. e The house passed a bill which if not deferred will be effective in the com ing campaign on numerous initiated and referred laws. It prohibits candi dates from spending their campaign funds to boost or oppose any consti tutional amendment or initiated or re ferred laws. The trouble has been in the past that while it was not lr?gal to spend much money f«r or against these laws, partisans on one side or the other could favor candidate for highly i*aid offices and spend con siderable funds in sucb propaganda. e e e The house passed the senate bin creating a department of agriculture to replace and enlarge the activities of the marketing department and to make an estimate of the cost of pro duction of crops in South Dakota. Tte senate shetred off half the «frendraei.ts submitted by the sWite affairs committee to the moving pic ture cer.sorship bill and adopted the report that the bill pass as amended. e e The house killed the county asses sor till N-mines*, of Day, urged it as a mov* In the direction of efficiency and economy. Walker, of Stanley, said it had proved satisfactory in counties which had a county assesor to care for unorganized townships. But the farmers said their sacred rights were being Invaded and that It was an 1m. pjtation that they could not do the work and another step away from borne role. Farmers are In tbe ma jority in tbe house and they were (olned by several town dwellers, who apposed tbe blU. Favorable action In drainage legis lation, so important to resuieuLS of lh« southeasterly pa of the stale, may be secured this st&siun aa tha hill pro pared by the drainage commutes, carrying an appropriaiou ef has been approved by the appropria tion eommuti* tuid has b*ea repwrted so to pass. Battle for this legislation is the result uf flood conditions iu the southern part of the state at certaia seasons of the year which oause giuat loss to the farmers. e Hie old saying that all legislation Is done before th«- measure comes to the floor was disapproved when the house passed the foreign language bill by a vote of 64 to S3, ending a fight of two years made by the American Legion to get adequate legislation in public schools to insure teaching ef the Eng lish language in lower grades. The bill was put through by carrying the house in some of the best speeches made during the present session. Tom Ayers of Mitchell filed with the secretary of state an initiative peti tion beariiig more than it.800 signa tures and seeking establishing of the Bank of South Dakota. The patitioa provides for submission of tbe ques tion to the people of the state at the next election The bank would be run along the same lines as that of North Dakota. An appropriation of $100,006 would be made to start operations. A change in the educational prooed ure of the state was started oa its way when the house adopted a resolution amendment taking the county super intendents out of the list of other coun ty officers. If the senate agreas ou submission of the amendment and ths people adopt it, the legislature will bave authority to determine the terra and manner of selection ef the oeuuty superintendent. e The Hanson bill providing Cora com missioner on feeble mindedaess and a survey of the st».te on this question parsed the senate. It would give tiis county board of insanity authority to commit feeble minded people much aa they do insane persons now and per mit the state board to go further than under the old law In segregating peo ple of poor mentality to protect tha rest of the state from them. The senate passed the house moth ers' pension hill with a $10 reduc tion. The house put a maximum ol $30 on the pension that could be paid for tbe care of the first child, and the senate cut it down to $20. This is still a raise of $5 from the old law, and the pension for following children ia raised from $7 to $10. Aid for expsctant moth ers is also included in the blU, whioft was not in the eld law. e Sunday baseball, movie censorship and the American Legion boxing bill may all fall by the wayside as a result of petty politics entering into the fight. Representative Wall, of Butte, county, one of the advocatee of oensor ship, angered by the tail are of the house to adopt the emergency clause to the censorship biU. ia said te bave taken a solemn oath to km the ethei two bills as a retaliatory The bin fixing eeantr oCfioers sal aries on a valuation and population basis was killed la the kettse. The bugabo of higher taxes was raised against the whole hill with seme mem bers fearing that te fix their salaries on all assessed valaatlea basis would prompt officers to raise the assessed valuation and that weald bo hard on the tax payers, too. e The fight on the pnbllo *ttitties bill which would put electric asd gas com panics under the jurisdiction of the railroad commiesioa may ead witk an unfavorable report oa this bill by the municipal corporations committee. The adverse recommendati»a has bees decided on by the oomaiittee aad they will fight for it as tbe floor of tks house. e a o The general appropriations bill carrying $G,873,oe# ror the mainten ance of state departments and lnstl passed the house wlthauOafloao ET tutions for the eomlng two years passed the bouse without change or debate It bad been amended in the senate from tbe irlgtaal figure to add the salary of the parole officer omitted In the original draft. e e Possibilities of the development of rich unsettled lands %tn the Rosebud country and northwester* South Da kota was opened when the senate adopted the house b!U authorising lo «el bonding for building railroads. The bill authorizes counties, towns and townships to Issue bonds te build roads and then to take stock in the roads in return for the bends. Submission of tbe present proposed Initiated laws in South Dakota will add $100,000 to the expense of the next general election, according te an ostl* mate by Secretary of State C. A. Burkhart. Five laws and a constitu tional amendment have beea submit ted thus far. e e Tbe Swanson bin authorising com bining the offices of school and city treasu-er passed tbe house by one majority without the emergency clause. It was amended to provide that it apply only to cities over 14.0M so only Aberdeen and Sionx Falls art terested. e e e The senate decided not to await the outcome of this legislature investiga tion of the live stocV sanitary board and oassed thii bill ousting the pres ent board and creating Jts plaot. a juy oos la THIS YOUNG MOTHER Tells Childless Women What Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Did for He? Millston, Wis. —"I want to give you word of praise for your wonderful I medicine. We are very fond of children and for a consider able time after we 1 married I feared I I would not have anv owint to my weak condition. I begRD a k i n y i a E Pink am's Vege table Compound and now I have a nice strong healthy baby girl. I can honestly say that I did not suffer much more when my baby was born than I used to suffer with my periods before 1 tool" Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com give all your medicine and snail always recora- pound years ago. 1 give all the credit to mend it very highh\" Mrs. H. H. JANSSEN, Millston, Wisconsin. How can women who are weak and sickly expect or hope to become mothers of healthy children? Their first duty is to themselves. They should overcome the derangement or debility that is dragging tnem down, and strengthen the entire system, as did Mrs. Janssen, by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound and then they will be in a position to give their children the blessing of a good constitution. She Felt Embarrassed. My most embarrassing moment OC* mrrpd when I he high cost of living first started and I was still a high school student. I needed a new pair of shoes badly -and was to meet my mother after school. As luck would have It the "old hen" that lived next door was going downtown also, and so she came with mother. I finally found a pair I wanted, whlbh were $10. They thought this was outrageous, and told the clerk and the whole store about it, just as two members of the high-school faculty walked in. You can imagine my embarrassment when I went to class ihe next day witb squeaky shoes.—Chicago American. The Cuticura Toilet Trio. Having cleared your skin keep it dear by making Cuticura your every-day toilet preparations. The soap to cleanse aw! purify, the Ointment to soothe and heal, the Talcum to powder and per fuma. No toilet table is complete without tbem. 25c everywhere.—Adv, Enormous Damage by Rats. The United States has a rat prob lem, and some astonishing figures are presented of the annual cost oi this pest, says the Nation's Business. India suffers more. For there, are large sections of that country where religious scruples prevent the killing of even a rat. M.-'.j. J. C. C. Kun hardt of the ludian medical service has recently published the results of his survey of rat damage in India, and he puts the annual cost at £l,'J~»Mon IKK), or about one-seventh India's na tional income. Yield Vah'zble Oil. An oil obtained from stumps of red pine trees has been found to be val uable for recovering silver from pul verized ore by the tlotutiou process. Truth may be stranger than Hction. but some liars make It hump itself to keep ahead. LUC STRIKE •MTlS TOASTElf, CIGARETTE No cigarette has the same delicious flavor as Lucky Strike. Because Lucky Strike is the toasted cigarette. i As One Raised From Dead STOMACH PAINS 60NE Emtonto Mmdo Him Weii "After suffering ten long months with stomach pains, I have taken Eatonic and am now without any pain whatever. Am as one raised from the dead," writes A. Percifield. Thousands of stomach sufferers re port wonderful relief. Their trouble is too much acidity and gas which Eatonic quickly takes up and carries out, restoring the stomach to a healthy, active condition. Always car ry a few Eatonics, take one after eat ing, food will digest well—you will feel fine. Big box costs only a trifle with jour druggist's guoraatoo.