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IiH SCHOOL LAYS V NIR XT VALLEY LA9.A . CROI$ BAT8 IN BASEBALL GAME SAT. URDAY. Hamllton. A.pril t.--t-plful -'rThe local hilh school blaseball teain ,t ill go to Victor on Saturday to croiss huts with the high soehool team otf that town. After the shiowinig 1n.ade againt .itevcnsvilc high seitnol lat S nt Iturdaly luocl fans expect to see the untll Iltke the game next Saturday. On PlIda.y alfternoon of this wa'eek tihe l1 ola hotihatca will take on the ildt team at thei lIcal d(amnond. T1o weeks ago the tocals took five re.ulatr to Wondalde to mleet tie( tePll of that pilace and were defeated. Wii'th the teantf Intact the boys expect to take thle Woodalde team Into cllmp. RAVALLI WOODMEN HQOR-C. C, COULTER SrHamilton, April i-.-(tlpecial.)-At a coIntiy convention of the Modern W bdtlen of America, called by Clerk Clyde C. Coulter and held this after nooh at the Woodmen Hall for the pur peasb of electlolm of a delegate to the tAtoe convention to be held at Miae so la on May 3, Clyde C. Coulter Wal elt4ted to represenlt the Itavalll county e ps'. The convention was attoended Sfour delegates from ftevensvill.e, thse rrd Victor and six from Hamll toh. The delegate selected bhy Florence to repres.nt that town falled to show up at the meeting. AW UART PLEASES EOPLE OF AMTON Hamilton. April G.-(SpocllTl.)-The Melatersingers' quartet appeared last evelitig In the last number of the Hit llior lecture course. A capacity ht~dso greeted the pierfurmers. The quartet was a decided lilt with last eveniligp audience, the enlsemble work of the fdur volces having a ring and spirit that appealed to all. Thl, quar tet's singilg was Interspersed with nunlwr gti n organ chimes, all of the se leetionlls r4pde.1dt on these ,.taicul coln trlvances ltddl itb riltch' to 'tlll 'enter= tainment. -Shoul d the four tenutleluen ever appear in this city again they will be givenl a liearty welcome. HAMILTON BREYITIES Huanilton. April ,.--(pechil.)-Tilu city street cleaning rigallde hab start ed the annual cleaninllg worl'k on the business streets of the city. Edward Smrith, the genial piroprietou of Mediclinc4lprilnlt5. hlit on this morn ing's train for ills home after ihaving looked aifter Illltness imattern ine this city. i4, 11. Collar of Miseoulah was in the city yesterday. Iet, Jones' of tllisotlin as it visitorl it the city yest.rday, reh.sitrinig lat tihe IlUnlilton hotel. Milltoi HTnunlodl the therby booster, left tills morning for his lotlle in tlhe tap-vullley iown. 11e l ais gretliig friel ls oll thie streetls o litmllonllii e.s terday. J. 1. Phillilps of Victlr asti iit Hiint ilton ycsterday, attehtdlng to l.business. Hill re it was down'll yesterday fIrlot tlthe lIeI'ping Chihli tprillg iil.lght.'rhoo, d. Will Wtid nlude one of his short talls on friends i this. it y y terii d 'tll 'y. lie retlirnedlli tis tmorning to ills rI'an. above DUarly. Counity Attornley ITlowarill I'. Plcker will tot ve his office belongingsi tIlOlr. Irowit' from thie toltiler bioei lcll . south Htotn id strict toi hlH hie iiio I the \WIillion II. ' la't lta l ltit tins tit'l JiciK M.4Whirk wita il oiw rinlll I.it'I.ty iit irvul.llle It. l it , at i lt t' ii s ity tiolday. J A,. Ialley h f I i~i T hubr it i it h, .ity I nikitg oaver thi, tally ttilVied in liii, city '.'stttt.lr l t'i bltief stay. TOTMANS 'RETURN. tilII MJl s. J. Ir . al ti r l uirlli, V I nti'l I lilit hlitve beenl vlltilng 'rll' sle,.l'ril \\ k,''l c 51 3S0THE SYSTEM ~S • OF CATARRH Catarrh usually begins with irritated, inflamed membranes of the head, aos and throat, from which there is a constant and copious discharge of w mer matter. Nature intends that these membranes shall be nourished by the blood, but waste matters and impurities deposited into these delicate puts, sets up inflammation and the discharge is a natural result. There is yonepb way to cure Catarrh, and that is to remove the cause by purifying blood. Washes, sprays, inhalations, etc., do not reach the circulation,. a .thcreftor can only afford temporary relief. S. S. $3 cures Catarrh by , ag the, blood of all impure catarrhil lpatter, and at the same time ull p the system by its unequalled tonic effects. In other words *,# .;. 1i atrrh by purifying the blood so that the mucous surfaces i R l f~flilt the boy are supplied with heaithy nourishmnent instead of oi ubly tfri'tstd from the catarrhal impurities. Then the inflamed Su, ,,the diwcharge.i checked, head noises cease, the stomach is p, pa the throat is ao longer clogged with mucus. Book on Catarrh i e dical advic desirod; free, 8. S. 8. Isa for sale at drug stores, K: TIaE SWFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. A: - ·· MARRIED MANAGER OF HAMILTON CHAM BER OF COMMERCE WEDS MISS FLOY CLEMENTS. tl(le'fli Aprl i.-( in.ti'l ) -- ''l'in re e nllhlKg it o'i cl ,ck, at the ,Peslcllc le of Ith hril o,'r parn,, ts,, thl' (e dlnR at.' r . 1,. I. IOdr~, air ililtln; l, ll lWi MinS v ljy Clements?, (diulghte r af JuIIdge J. . alld Mrs, I'le'nents., ltook plhce. Tril' wedt it jg wets n unletl inu, witnessed only by relati. tl , t. fl . iN wlill i 11 fIludlik of tr,.h Virst Proby, riawmhn ihurIh ph'r forlnitlI tiihe ctlr'mtiit.iny. Aflter the wtvtd dinglll, Mr. at1nd MI-. I, lle. left foIr lianill tunl, thei:r f1tt11' hol e,, Mlr. (tldeL It IlI' ItIlailiagR ir oi1' tlI lHint liton Chiellllir of Ci(llllorce and one of thl' IpruLdn,*lsiv. y'oulng hllhus.sl ImIeln of wa(tern Mon1ltlall. Ior It i(umbe(,r of yours he was at re.ident of l lHle'l, (oin neliedl with the Iltllt Telephony cIlon sttl)y, nd uii nter engalged iti the newis paipr luinl~llel . 'riTe ihrlth' Is h iboti popular ailt lii attu firti. hil lils Ih l t ilved in Il ttlltl alince childhooii d talil hais Iiity friendsitl itwlihsen gIlnoll wi.l'llen gol wllth tier to her necw SPRINKLING DISTRICT. uamllton, April fl.--(Mpeclal.) -At the mIieetinc ofl the city council hitld IAltt Monday evening, lan ordlnancte tut passed estabtshllillg a stprinkling dils trlct. The dlistrict Includes the follow Ing streets: Mulll street from depot to easit sh' llf lr ourth street; Second street frllll l'lckfltiy street to lBedfordl street; Third stroet fr9m Plcknt.y street to Hledford street; Mledford street from Seconiid street to Third street; ft.ate stl'reet from Lecond street to Third street. NEW SUITS. Ilamiltonll( , April I.-(Slpedllll.)-'thei utnllii hlligh school busebuill teamtl aplpeared alt the( park thlis afternlloonl for practice Pliol it itew suits. The stilllts are of whilte fliainel, trlniltted with nmaroon. An Knglish "H" adorlns tlhe left breast of eucll sult. Outside of t"h. trimminlllugs, the suits resetnble thosell worll by llllllamloudi' men and lmake a nutty appearainco. STOCKS: BONNOS ARESOE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS OF ARMOUR SECURITIES RECOVERED. KIullsl Clty, April 5.--n.llne hulIln red Iithouilid dollltr' worth of stociI k ulld boids were'l stolen from a safety dL posit box In this city ownetd by Mlrb. il. I. Attourlr, widow of the liute irmon It. Armour of the Armour Packing coulllllll . ailld soldl , It wi as learnlled to tiny. All buiit a fIew tllhousandill dollars hllse bIieen retlred to Mrs. Armour alttd no prionecullnlls will folllow. Mone of thlosel l lia hiave ated as advisers In tihe casei fr Mrs. Arilour feltt lit lib 'rly tio iake iipublic tihe tilnse of the ulIty ipeIIrsuon. 'rThe theft vitite (a' Ight tlhrough pur. chliusein ltllad with moneyll, dlerived rolm Ithe saIle of the stIock ad hIlllds., 'iThe nclulittl(l \wlre ilkeln froll Ilthe utre through brokerls III Kinniai CIty. It iis ith' us'tut ol the person wito took ig Ihat illllll Ihyili e s oldi. lThe brokers who siin iithetll url ti hll ll eved thin tini.y waills hlll ig s. il t ' Mrs, Ar ilmour fortil charit alllnd that site possibily \\t1s tlihltg hecr gioleiroilty Ili that aitny. Mrs Arnitti r Is 6I years tlhl. 'rlat' pil'hiuma alis m d- by the lhief, consisted of rL re elll illl higs, nriu'ntlll rtags. itliverit l.i', Jal lry aniai t works oit tit.1 It' ostoi ' -us ti et .,.-. tiitt tIlt i t10000 Wrl'. ir i eli i l t t'oi V tlu l'tii 1111'tn ii-'r iittuor'ltii-t h u tl tItI tt thti" stl n cet'. 'lthtul- t eigt. o s. i s e" fol u d still It. COMMISSIONIR LANE'S DECISION 18 DECLARED TO BE IN ERROR. I'ianll,,, April o --'liir' n.'venith illl - liwn Iani il tillstitl , lisu'al todllay, ton-i tilin iutIIh tit iilterent, Ifolowinig t yoiur or dIIlspllt',h betwnIiiI the rallrolndsl aid the, Iltirstiatle cotianlrrleet comillnnlllll. The' followlng tconjtlualoliM aire takenl frtio the renHort; I'ir the fhlui'd year thei revenuells aiiniiiiitei to, 12.787,260,000; iapirai log Sxpensel to $1,147,159,004li; tl,)n tiio $104.114,076, alind il'ncomleu lrilll troiperi tian, $801,542,879. An unnilyl i of thefl' huinell, tiillmotol ing toI the report, lihow that Ill ntelid of thihs railwiays payilng $405.131,6110 Ini dlhvidejitd, tin siitatdl In ('1in aniihii'oner tAiiln ili'elstonl), only $166,28.574 icouldl haive becin pull out of transpolrtlitloli revenuesal, the dif(ere'ne lbeing paidl out tif the i Jincome tfr i llthr ,sourcesl, such its Inteiredt alld dividehnds received tralit other riilaaays. 'There wunis'opralltld I total of 337.532 illles of traikc, of which 227,595 milhes was mail Iline roadl. This was ll Iii ii crilea of 4,250 lilres for 1910. Julie 30, 1910, there were 1.654,238 enploySn oln ial rollds, receiving fir the yealr $1.137,01l,508O, or 42 per cent oif tlhe groniss arnings. Thie a.eracle dailly i lpay incrteail, dluring thei last five y'ears fromll $2.07 to $2.29. lDuring the ylear railwan s curried 1,760,103,000 louad of frlight, an ayer age of 146 mniles lIr toln, fulr in excess of the figuro for 1909. Stre.s Is lald on thel few.aicclhldents during the year. ORGANIZED ABO-R PRDESIS WITHDRAWAL O TROOPS ON IIEXICAN BORDER 18 ASKED BY UNION PEOPLE. Ugdlen, I'IIh. April 5.-That orgatl. zlate labor its the United ltates In op liosedt to tile presellt Ilobilizationl of Amlsericau troops on tlth Mexican bor tcer is et.'denced by the fact that peti tionls have boos sent to labor unions everywhere calling for the withdrawal of the noldiers. ('5On of these petitions sla niw being circulated In Ithlis city by 4 t0omnlittee frount the Ogdein 4igar Makern union and sov'Yral hIunidred llnames hvtve beenl enrolled. Tihle petition whith the cigar mIakeAl iare circulating was sentI out by J. Mahlllon 1lBarneis, one of the nationatl vice' presidents of the International ('igar Multre' union land national tee. reotary of the socialit lparty. Wheni ta sufficiently large Ilturmber of nuseI414N have been seceured the paper will he entlll to ('olngr'emaln Berger, tlhe MI wuukce noclallst and labor leuder, ,who. urlied t111th petitlon.s frot all over the country. will demalnld that conlgress withdraw the troops from the border. The Petition. Tl',e pI41tition reads ln part ais lfollow\ : '"elieving that the sudden mInssing of our troopu otn the Mexican border is Intended to isntimidute. Imnpde or llslra.a the peopl ofr Mexico, now In &a4tive\ revolt againllst the delspotl rule of a cruel dictator; thallt it Imny precip itate wantonl wasr and bloodshed bo twee'1s the people, of two American ali ter riepublies, ,who hl11ve no just cause for hostilities, and that It was under takentl for the sole purpose of protect inig the prlivate pIroperly inttereist oif i ring of American capitalluts and specu. lutors: we, the undarsigsed citlzensn of the uIrnlited States, hereby protest igainsIt the executlive order for the Illmovemenillt of tlroops, tolwarld Mexico, ai a tdegradintllg iattemtpt inl tile part of the predatory ilnterestsl to enlist tile iIrmy of ourI repulile' this iefstrious t(lsc lor liltg slog anld aheting i forelgn despot Ill crush the 'people of his icounlitry. lld ln the tlnam o plopular go'erin IItent, Ilherty and peIsei, twe herelIby pe titiion cllngress to order the litnmdiaite recii 'll of the AImieril',ll irniy front the Mecxician borler." MEXICAN PRISONERS BREAK FOR LIBERTY l'Puchl.Mut'h,, .\],11 5rll 3---I e1' prtis all'rsH tulll I one a ll ari l ' d ails rle sult of I' brlnl'l k fI :I 'rlty Ib tli ,' o( t - punlilis l' the sIL ate poltitenlllllitry hll'i e irl'y tl4odayI , T'1 til -tol - il convlI'l ts 444 ;I pctll , 'rh4 34l''4l4ll 44 'ii 41444I14W 4I4rlle tile clllli ' The p"risoncrs ovcrpu w erved tlt' chitef of Ihe giuard, 1 hi 4i4 o4l'l'ur d relil4litane nd wlits killed. .A slt'4elallt o tll' tusal'il il d4tl sd 1- i rt.:l illy ' ol ldaIll TIIwo shlers fle wit'lh teil, l r'lsoirs iand lire tihorlit to hl ive aibded li ilt NEW HOTEL PROPRIETOR. Wall4.c, A\IpII 5.-tp&ec R il.) -.1onrs Ierthu Johinson of North Yakimia li4s titkei over the Sluin.i hotel fro'm John 'l'hIlu es liiiand pllits 5(1441 fi4ilm l r \' ''li 'l4 4 It ,t ..llluce'i leading 4lio . toh'y. ..he will reilovate i4nd r-eopen thie llIl 4rom44, iil hil hs bet14 closedh for 4i44444 tinte, ianld t1ill aihlo 1l.n t ll 4i ilbriry for the use of guestsi. Sieo Ihplaii to hu4ve dinces t i' t retgulair ill. tervals in the hotel for the enitertalut mr4nllt of guests and resldontisi of thei citay. Mae. Johnsoin (o,1"ns tile Yaklimat hotel. 0now leased to Normitan Bruthera of Rpoktanli 4 and Portland, 41i4d she manlaged that house with marked *l4.. 4t4s4 for a numbler of years, Mr. ''ihenlnlen will retahin the bar busilness for the present, at least. ELEN PEPARES BIG RECEPTION GOMMItTEE ~ I SELLECTED, CONSISTING OF MANY OF PRIDM INENCE. Iie,,hnn, .\prit ,.-(.( ehul.)- The ileit t '22nmmterealt club tomty tu'ile Kurel Iprgress' In preparinlg Ifor tlhe recepltiln if Colonel Roosevelt. MN4r. Hto'sevel2t in to 1speal2k at noII2on frol' the stcips of the high school buldntllig and then Ia to Ib tukon to a lun'cheol,. II tile afternoon there will be an Luto mub0i!le ride, probubly to theI dalml8s o2l the .Mlssoulri river, and in the evell n1" he will be the guest of Co(tnrud Kulins at 1n Infllornal dinnelr, Ile will leive Illcientl for St. Plaul ti Illidnight. The reception commllIttee was soelted ('It thin afternoon, with tlvernior SNor risn at tlhe heand. Senator ' rt(rir Is the s2ec'nld Imlelmche'r and 1(a. yor IEdllards tile thlird. Otlhlers on the con4imi2tt4ee1 lrea thiu ju*.iaes of the suprem'111' cL'ort, fedelral jludges, tile st24ate officelrs, the Ilstrlct Judges, thc county comlllllnl.2lol era, tile city orrfftclls unald n.ltnlher2 of thei council and tederui offigltas. The nlew'vpuper.t of the state 'lill he represenlted by J. 11. tIur4tonl of \llAna oeuIda, J. I. Dobell andl C. 'I'. hearenr otf Ilutte, E. II. Coloney and Willallm hole o( f chelat Falls, P. 11. Moa~ o BIn.l Inlg antd A. L1. Htonl ofl' Missollll. 84en. t2l, Mnatle Is on tile list, 1and2 It llage number ol f 1lelena llten. David P'ratt, J. M. ilolt 2idll Paul IMc'Cormick of 'leaterI'n o11Ontatit are on tile inillllmittee(, Isn ire thie I1mayIorn of I .inglstoll, IHoxe m41ut anld Bllitngs. Chalrman S4tewart of tile demlocratllic stal2te commlntlttee andt C'hairmanllllll WaVitt of tile republican state cotmmlttce are also on it, at. are 11Hsh 0p1 Bl'rewer and Carroll of HIelenu. SUCCESS MINE A 8UCCE.88 \Walla.e, April 5,-(Hpeclial.)-xy'sith the dleclaration of a dividend of one cen1"t 12 shhare, amlounting to $15,000, alnd thle dlt4coverly of 16 feet of high grade galen oore, the Buccess mine, owned prlncipally by H. IP. OSnmuels, the .Val lace banker, In comning into its oiwn after 2i varied cureer of ups and downs. Thile ine is flow hllppinllg 3 tons of (re dully andll4l i the past few mllonthll has14 ellrlled enlough monlley to wipe out It collnllerabllo indelbtedness anld lally the dividlend. 'The company has it 'upl(lltlittlon ol ' 1.5,0.000 shares, all lsnued, anld Mr. 1lllamuels owins 1,100,000. COX'S. AIlIREYS KEEP UP FIGHT CINCINNATI 8088'618$ PETITION TO HAVE CHANOG OF VENUE STRICKEN OUT, nti, un'tiia itl April -Aallll llllnau cilg thlltt he was neither bladed for 1 l'i' prIju dllced uagatlit tlthter the pI'ro.secution or the deafelnse in the case ofr (eorge [. Cox, on trlul chllrgie" with tIaerJul'y, CoIItloaIan Pleas Juldge. VWilliati Dick suna toluay overruled ana affdlu\lit charg Ing hlnaelf with "tilea and p)JreJud'lt,'" fIled by' l'roseacutllr elnry '1'. Ilunt, und ordered the cet' to lprLceetdl. The first matter Inl tihe trial ofr 'ux to colic tiefore the juldge was it iilti frolm the ilt's the mtioln l'er it clhal;lnya of venulle olhich \\tLs rallted by Judge JormaniU shollrty iIftier the Indlctlienllt ugu:Inat Cox nats f 'ndIIIili. After ullhw;llg lth' filing of several arffialdurIt, rI'ttling to the ll atltlier of' lr'ocedure Ust'id 1u3" (t'turnuii in grltl t IIg the changeis ' If venuec, Judge D1)ik .al adjoulnlll l'l ot lis i for Ihe l litly and anolllltlll nc' II w l, reWill 'er a dle'l loll ait the antllil to strike the chauigeo of lllue' f'otai he files tomorrow aaoa'. Ing. NO CHANGE. len'ser, April - -Today's rnaator'hal butllit wa ii ittoI t Iiat utertaI h.itiange. Cream Cake Mlkes You Hungry to Look at It h}y' ,rls. an'/ 1/At',: ire Hi/ll/, Fdi/oro/ I/te osisa L' Cookingg h.'/wal .Magazine t'henl cltpllat y i' arri rvea unexlpectedly, this creamlll tlke ofteni covers an other wise entaarrast.ng tltuatiot, for it answers the Ipltre of any other dessert as it can he stirred tip quickly. K C Cream Cake One-hai/lf up eb/l/r; 1I cup sugar; jFolks oif : t;g, ea/l' lig/al: s /I c'us si//ed flour; e ke/ /l'pgsfoonu/s AV C /Raki, l ; / desilu; M rb cold uwaler; -wlhil's of J eggs, eal/e dry. Crcamt the butter; addt the sugar, yolks of eggs awll water; then tile flour, sifticl thlree tiames with the baking pow der; lastly tile tllites of eggs. Itke int two or three laN ors; put these together with creaml filling, amid dredge the top with colafectiouur's sugar. 84 Cream FlIthI Onae-fourih/ caup sifted /per; e Ira. .por./ul sal/ ; I (up hoq muilk. I (C~', a.h',r /h/,, h; '.i c/ saagar; I l'aspou-. aiul i'ouil/a e.r/ra., . ! ogi un/Ce actolae. Mix flour atlda salt with t very little cold milk; stir iito tlhei hot utilk alnd cook tell tlminutes; add tile Chocolate and stir until it is melted alid evenly blendted with tile flour mixture, thenl beat in the egg mixed with the sugar, and lastly the vanilla. You need tile K C Cook's Book, con taiuing this and 89 other delicious recipes-sent fim'e upon receipt of the colored certificate paskodiult every 25 ccnt call of K CIBakiag l'wttlgr, Seud to the JAgu& a Mot. Co. Chicao - iINm OF l, INSO1 NSS . INSURGENT REPUBLICANS GET GOOD PLACES ON IMPOR TANT COMMITTEES. Waslllgtoin, April s' .-l'rogrelsav'slv relpulllhtill lan eunitors" wserle ivel Kulnd rrelsteMltatitto ll the h teer'ilgg titllltl-I 'e 1111iad the c ntl lllittee o coltt lllllittl t which were alppointed tuday ity SNen ituor Culilits, perlimellnt chairman of i tht' cauRus. 564, 'ixlls lfat is regarded g renertll asl isn- iletilng thait the two fartions in (it4 repsubllcali party intend to isdtpt con cilltluion. Ti'Ihe ctmlnlitte(,s are: Siteetrlitg-tiutllou of II tilts, ( ItI linger, New Hiampashire; Clark, W'vo iinig; Nelson,i Minnem~,ta; (kutble, Houth Dukota: lirantlegee, ('onnecti cut;: mnlth. Michiganl ; B3urait, Idahiu; lBtro. n, Nebrulskau Brl3gs, New Jerstey, and Jonlles, Washington. On conllllinittt.(es--Gallinger of New IatIslltiphire, Lodge, .1tiussachusetts; Warren. W'yomlling; Penrose, Pennsyl vatnia:; Iceyburn, Idaho; Slnoot, Utitlh Lt Iollette, Wisconsnin; IIourne, O)re gun; tunllin , Iowa; lIradley, Ken tucky, and IBristow, Kansus. The general understandillg Is thaitt thl1 democrats of the senute will bite givt'n larger representation tllan they ihave had in tile Iput, perhaps making til( ratio Itoullt five to four. Last Mnn W'on it wIts ulhiut sevenC to five lld ih snme elstess eigIht to five. It Is likely the progrelsives will re ceive about oine-fourtih of the republic anl representation. Direct Election of Senators. Direct election of Nltuttorxt hy tlit(1 ipeople Is provilded in iL resolution In troduced in tile house of repretsenta t:vevs by Mr. tsuller of New York. It is identical with Senator lorah's reso lutlint at tile last iession. Mr. Sultser havinll consulted witlh the Idaho sen sator. Mr. Sulzer tlhinks it twill have a mluch better chance of passing the Seli ate if It igoes through the house. No Tariff for Few Days. l'silotwinhg It ltlt'tolli f tho denti el'lie mtemtbers oif tile holuse commit tee oli wayl iatl Imlleantt today, Chair IlIan U11nderwood exprelssed tile belief thalt no tariff legislationl or other iit'ethotd of procedure wousl be laid blefoire tile house for several days. 'The work s.t. organizutionl of tile hottse hlis delayedl tile dliscuss:oin on it tariff stprogram intd the comliittee did not tlecitle lit its ltmeethlg todaly wihat pllan would ite followed. C(hairman Ulnderntood will introduce aI Canadlud t recilpruielty bill which w'IiI tsf'riiiln it essential partieulars to the aglreelslenit submilttel d to coingress last s.ntl4lon by Presidslent Ta'' as tile result of the (Caadian negottihtions. Mr. t'll sierwuod woulld lot sayi" today when the bill wotuld bIt Introduced osr whethler it aoutld be free of amendmlents coln lilinting tariff revisiosn legislatiosn. A c'omtltstittee to control tlhe appoint lmenit iof the nt'lillyes'x of ithe hiouse wals Iaolmed is followi: Jal ties T. Lloyd, 1iissotutta, chaitrtsiin: IlenJttitn nt (i. IIupllllllrys, lixslsippl; lMartln 1). Fuoster, lllillois. Lindsay Nominated. T'ht, llpr'slidenl t todaly senllt to tile icl ate the following nomitatlotls: Register of the treasury,-Jatnles C. Nallpier r Tof ennessee. Auditolr for the ,ostoffice dellart lnliellt-Churile A. Krain of ll'ensyl vntlia. DIeputy isslstltlit trilturer of' ihe t'lllted Statit--teot'ge H. Fo'rt of ilea r iadmirI' ---Ciaptain CharI'Ies J. lhtdger. Asslitant attorney genera-ltrillllin: i1. Lewis of Matusschusetts. LInited i4tatess Illut'shaI--WIIllat Lilstdslly fior tle dlistrict of Montluala. Chitef Justice of the supremte l! ouilrt of tile te'rritolry of Hatali-t'l'ltvies F. Cleitetst of Haitwai. Campaign Publicity. IRt'pr'se'ntattl le Mc(all of Matssa cthlisetts reald it the house a bill pro vidintig for the pubiitlieity of eamtpaign fiiundis in contigressionilal electiont, prior to the ilection. Mr. McCall's tilll llsit yt'sil' Itliitsed the lousnit but was ulltnenld ied Is tile LstI ite to pLLrovide publication itilhr' thile lec'tlos. Ais etfitipalgisai lii Ilclty is illn'e iof the dttmocratle plitis of thtp extrit nesslolt It Is Ilkely that the Mtc 'all illl will ie laid asild anitd i htillutr 1,bll ittiroduced by a deimo eratL liasied., Mann Is Not Sore. te.ilulelil a Leader Mannll of the itUtlseI' sittiI'it cleatL' today that isstr*' gel'ti I''ep)lllil'illb nwhos did not east their vottln folr itihI in the .election of a sipeskeir w ill lie it lso wqy dt!crliln itlnitesd igyilst il filling the repuhbllcai places oi the statndlng colllitteott. Mr. Mlaills sild hl. hIad toldi seveoral Inutr geits it woul tliske nlo difference Ihow they voted as to thellir treatllcntt In tllu ioillliittee alliglntlllents. Berger's Resolution. A ressolitioli ahtiig for the witlh dtlawal otf the United s States troops frosst til., I:orslder oif Mexico atid for the iubtlisltiolt its congress by the prsal dthlt of alil pap'rs beauring oil the Mtx le'llp sltuttltol was presented by Victor Ilerger, the sociallt titloebar frolli MiWlastlks'e. To Restore arArmy Canteens. A hill to restulr the S alloy Catlteol wistLt ilttroduceLd tolhdia by flelreFonta i\'ve Uttrtholdt of Missouri: Mr. Bar hloldt declared the restoratlols of the cut'teell iwas lecet!issary tot the preUbIer vatlon of lhealth atdt decetit cotldsuct In A GUTTING SCRAPL. wVllcv, A rI 5.-(Spuciai)-- ui luwihtg( it hultted argyumeLnlt. at Enat lle yestecrtiay, Gus Juhnsen drew a knife, It Is claimed', and stabbed John Btrker in the Wlck, oile'of the gits Inflicted being of ia serioul character. 3ohbuon w"au arrested *by Deputy Shertrf fe h'avr'e today, and hrouht to Wallace, charged' witlti -hlalilt *itli s' dieadly weapon. barker Is under a phyuliha1n' Ever American m'. hb9.Kgi But it is for 'him or her to deter mine. If you would be an Am erican King or Queen, you must have quality and genuine goodness. REX FLOUR will help you to be, a King or Queen' among cooks. It, has genuine quali ty and is genuine ly good. "REXIS K.IfO For Sale by All Grocers Made br The Royal Milling Company (n Grat Falls, Montana NAtire's Hair Restorer bie Oreat Reason Why This Great air Beautifier and Color Restorer Produces Such Remarkable Results Sulphur is a Natural Element of the Hair When there ls.a t a sufficient amount of sulphur hi the hair, it loses its life, color and strength, turn gray, and falls out. There are many forms of sulphur, but only one kind that s suitable for treatment of the luir and sealp an t . s A We Have the Secret, and `We Gie Ymi the Benelit of It at an Exceed..gly Low Price For two or three years my h.ir had heen fllink out and getting quite thin, wamt thf top of ney head BAI.NESS entirely bald. About four motths ago I comenced using Sage and Sulphur. The first bottle seemed to CUJED do some good and I kept using t regulatly, until now I have used four bottles. The whole top of my head is now fairly covered with hair, and it keeps rowing' in thicker. I shall keep on using it a w/tie l. eer, as I notice a constant imptnwment. STEPHEN BACON, Rochesterr N. Y. 50c. and $1 Bottles, At An Druaiss 9*.. ,Y WYETH CHEMICAL COMPANY _ 7 RTLANDT -" _ T. _ýEl.wwl.a c , i. x . FOR SALE AND RECOMMENDED BY MISOULA DRUG COMPANY. " ,l l l ii i 'll l. AN URGENT AND INSISTENT PUBLIC DEMAND FOR A TELEPHONE SERVICE WHICH MEETS THE NEEDS OF COMMUNICATION IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE EXISTENCE AND GROWING POPULARITY OF THE MONTANA INDEPENDENT TELEPHONE COW, PANY. NOTHING LESS THAN A MIRACLE COULD TRANS. FORM A STAGE COACH INTO AN AUTOMOBILE, IT'S THE SAME IN THE TELEPHONE BUSINESS. Montana Independent Telephone Company curt., alld is 'el lr'ted toI, b( likelyI to! 'ret''ouv'. ThIu CaUHs .L ' th." (qUlltlr'ci was trirllig. SKEEL& RETURNS. IIAbby, April 5 --(t l,~pclal.) -UDrr keels, supervisr or the Kootnal na tlontal I'utest, has returneltdi ,i',llt Mitt -ii - soula, whre, t'o r the past six weeks. There's a home in Mileoutp for the ho has been lecturing before tile foresa- girl who wins. See the detail of The try claus at the UniverulL5y ut Mon'n&a Missoulian oiroulation *ontest. --e.'.1... .