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ALONG BORDER SOLDIERS IN MANEUVER CAMP ARE WILLING TO HAVE RE CALL COME. Maneuver Camp, San Antonino. (Special Correspondence.)-Since the orders breaking up the divisions at San Diego, Cat., and Cialveston, Texas, tmuch concern is rife here as to when this maneuver division will he dim banded. Interest in the affair Is commencing to lag. as most of the men came here with the expectation that they were to he -brought in contact with something more exciting than bathing in the alkali dust of Texas and sharing In an excess of mimic warfare, and as the chances of fight ing anything larger than rattlesnakes and tarantulas lessen, the ardor of the smen diminishes accordingly, and none care how soon an order directing a re turn to station is received. Much dis content is manifest at present among the enlisted men and especialnly among those having famlies at other posts. This is due mostly to the fact that the duration of the encampment is so un certain that none know whether it would' be a wise move from a mone tary standpoint to move their families to Ran Antonio. or not. It Is report. ed that the division will either be split Into factors or dislanded by the mid die of July, and in the event the for mer prevails, one canvnalry rigade will go into camp at the fair grounds In Pan Antonio, one brigade of infantry will take station at Kerrville, Texas, the 'balance of the divlslnn remaining on the grounds now occuploed. It Is not deemed ndvlsnh'e by sanitary of flecers, to allow ia large hrdy of men to occupy the same ground for a period of more lhnan three months, and factoring the division in this manner, predisposes to heanth, antd yet admits of a quick assemblage in case of ne cesslty. Maneuvers have been carried on with unabated vigor during the past three months, both on the grounds now occupied and on the mllttary reserva tion at Leon Springs. Texas. l'he res ervation at Leon Springs Is 21 miles distant from Ran Antonin and covers an area of 10,000 ncres. It is an Ideal place for the working of problems from a military viewpoint. nas the ground is rolling and crosely covered with mesquite lush. whcIh is a greant advantage to a mov\'ing army. ,ut the soldllers view the propostlion with a different lightt: marching under a southern sun in the alkali dust of Texas with ail the Insects known to entomology to contend with, is any thing hilt a sinecure. The Leon Springs canmp has had to be abandoned for a period, owing to a shortage o: ra.ter. The water here has Iree oh tained from seven wells, slink to n depth of 500 to 700 feet, hbut the outpull has been inadeluuate to siuputy the coln mand. Three' additional wells ire bie Ing drilled In the vicinity ptid It is expected that these will produce sullf fic.ent water for the division. The divisln at present is practical ly on a garrison basis, except that leaves of absence to offlcers and fur loughs to enlisted men are not being granted. AlH drills and work, except that n'ocesarys to sanitation has been sispenided behtween the hours of on and four o'clock each day, by division order, on account of severity' of the heat. There has been no shelter for the animals and out of 6,000 on the field, two per cent have developed ophthal mia due to the intense heat and the glaring sunlight. This condition is be Ing rapidly Improved by building roof ing out of the brush growing in the vicinity of the camp. Ten thousannd dollars was made nvnt'able by the wna department on the 21st instant for the construction of stables, but it will probably he some time before tills can be accomplished. The catmnp bakery has proved Itself an efficient organization, turning out as it does 10,000 two-lpound Inaves enac day, besides many pilts. *rkes and rolls. Ten regulatlion field ovens are In use, together 'with three improvised ovens constructed with clay and rook, such as were uIsed Iin the pioneer days of the army. Sanitation has been almost perfeot, as is proved by the fact that the sicki report shows less than three per cent admissions, which is about hairl thnat carried In garrison under normal con ditions. Each organization is equipped with a fly-proof kitchen and dlninA room and with the burning of all refuse, sickness has Ieen kept down to. a minimum. The sanitary troope consist of four field hopsltals and four ambulance cnmlianis, each with a complement of four officers antd n7 enlisted men. The school of Inastruietlon for the hospital corps have hceu done away with, their personnel going to make up flaid hIospitals and ambulance conm panies 1, 2, 3 and 4, EDWARD L,. JfOYOFi Sergeant Hospital Corps, IT. S. A. (Edltor's Note.--Rorgeant JoLce was detailed to hospital work on the baortler several months ago, being called from Fort Missoula.) NO SECOND READING. Sprlngfrleld, Til,, June 29.-The water ways bill, which was passed by the Illlnaoi senate, tailed today to receive in ,the house the two-th·rds faoorahlb vote neressary to advancement to see ond reading, and was referred to tile waterways committee by Speaker Ad kins. The waterways leaders are plan ning a fight to expunge from the Journal record all reference to the con tinuance of Wednesday's session he. yond the hour of midnight. ARMY AVIATOR KILLED. Chalons-Sur-Marnre, ~rance, June ts2. -Lieutenant Trochon was fatally In jlured today while making his first tripll as pilot of a biplane. The machlne plunged to the earth almost immedlate ly after rlalng and the lieutenant ,was taken from the wreckage terribly In ured. H, 4e4d soon ater/Wad, In Washington Society I . Miss Lucile Smith, daughter of Congressman Smith from Michigan, one of the latest additions to the younger congressional set. She has already become a favorite. DENVER ATTORNEY IS DEAD RALPH TALBOT, LEADER IN HIS PROFESSION, SUCCUMBS TO LONG ILLNESS. ('rnwford, Neb., Jane 29* --Tltph Tal bot, for Ianllal yoars i p, i n',filint it torney of I)en\ver, lled iat Fort II,,in ()ol todly oi f softeni'n of tlhe brain, agedt ill. Leader in His ProJe' ion. D lenVer, Jtll" _9.- Mr. 'ITalb,t \wan: leOdr of tihi , lgi l r ,i .' I' in gIhi Verl for ierly ' :vI ll iJand was Alpi regent 1of t!, st-iti, ul iver i'ty. Iat Hlouhlr , 110iH wa+ M t It Il.iyetto. Howard 'oiintn, .1ls+oitl. August 17, 1850, and fl' l Iro it dlsthnguilhed fami ly. A " stauinf. demoftrat through life, Mr. Tultl.t he'ld many- publlh posl tions il ini i ('mine -ing to ('Colrafdi. In 18x0 Mr. Tallibot marrildl MIiss rPlrances Hardli, a niece of (;liern<orr 'harles Hardin of .M1 saftri. lhesides lhe. wlldof , II dlniilite'r fifitl four sons suPr vlvo. LIBERTY TO TRAVEL IS WANTED BY JEWS )Denver, June 29.--(1r"1d1 lodge., din c'luling r(nHlon Iher tod in 1 ani ustii ly adopted ai riesolution protestling agalilst the n tion ofi t liill n ltf g, oI firnment in refusingii to honoir plalN ports to Almerican eitiensllli of Jewlishi faith. The r'isofitluin reilte4 "that the treaty beitweein lithe itted autetsi aind Itussia either silould operate l allf ull I' ion ll Aniterl(icins or be ablrollgatedl," uand iask tite governmenlillt offhlilhsl toi take mlim dhinto steps to "proteil tihe rights of Aine'rihin cltlzens, Itrre-pei th'e of 'crieed." Aftier deciding to meet next ye'ir in hIudinn.poills, thil organinltion chose ii the follo itng offl eri'n lfor l neixt 'ilyear: Preshldent, 1%ux , I. Ziellce, (lnv(' lainul. Ohlil vili ltrlproldenlit. J. L. Lorle, Kuln I aLi 'Iy; secreltari'y, Vic'tor Alirahllam, ('lcInnifil; traslltr'ir, Abrfhami Blhick, ' I ' it'lninatl. BIG STANDLEY DAM PRACTICALLY DONE T)*nver. Jtin 29.--The l Rnlllll ley dali, the lIrgest of Its killd In the world, Is com lpll tof ,t Ani nounienlent wais made todally I h t with the exceptionl of the "trim Ining's," which will Increase tlilt 'heolht of the great damln tfo 140 feel, the Stllndle3y hike irrigation pIrojecit, whlich wIll ofurnlsh wliatter for 10,0o00 acres of Ir,ind north and elift of Di'li \er, Is flnlilhed alnd within 60 days Wva ter will be poulrlng into tlie dltchilies. To buill the reservolr 3,000,000 cubicl yards ofl earth werie exeniYVat'tdf with stream shovels. TIhe cialpiit(4ly ofl the rPeservol is 100,000 acre-f.'iet ofi walte'r. ABU RUEF WRITES FARCE. Nitn Rafael, Cal., June 29.-A faurc by ALbrahlam Ruef, under 14 years' sentence for bribery, Is the fifilnl teil ture of the pIroggra for this yuar's annual F'ourth of July celebritlon iat San Quentlin enitontlary, accordlng to announcemenlfft made tonight by Warden John 1?. Iloiyle. It wa\vsi anl noilnce(d also thalt ituef hl It, presented to the prison i concelrt granltl Ipluno which woutl be used at the etntrrtulln. mIntnt, MUST CARRY OUT ORDER, Washington, June 2.--The supreme court of the United States today is sued an order to the attorney general directing him to Instruct the lower courts to carry out the supreme court's decision providing for the dlssolutlpn of the American Tobacco company, the 20 days allowed the company to asi for a rehtarlng havlng explreod. RECOGNITION GIVEN TO THE SEAMEN SEVERAL ENGLISH LINES AC CEDE TO DEMANDS OF THEIR STRIKING EMPLOYES. TLolln., June 29.-The sltuntlion re sllting from the seamen's strike was mllch Involved\' todaly, hill stalndl,'g out hidly 'was tithe fiet that the strikers' lnmeasures for ,lobtulninK increased wag.,R were effective Iti many vinlces. . Thei ('lllladian Piolifi, railroad anid It.: Al:.ll lii yielde'd t(hi morning. The ('tunard line Is expected ito follow sllt. Thel stewa\vrds ,i Ioe In tmpress of Irtiitll have rleturnli tI aiiork uitd IO., buiiling ilf the Tniainn has been re Th'e st\wairdsl of the Arailea of the White Mar lline, dti to snili for ros-. tlel on Satur.day, and tiht otaivine and Ftt,.z1( of the camnt, line. quit today and have picketed their ships. Returning to Work. liverpi rol, Junel 29.-TIIhe. ilmarid iStln hi p .l li c11lompanyv thlis aftelrnonl agreed to recognize the eamnten's, union, int'ludhng the dockers' trgar:iza liln. 'rhI rtrlkerls 1 're retIlllrnl to 1\1, 1lk. Terror Reigns. Amotl, rlal1 Jln3e 219.--The striking da.k hannds telrrorizedl the itaii today, buthlllh lll hm nttnontts, ndmolesting their wives and children and .mashing the nlol I,% Ii tried to, Inltel rvene wietre jr;iied frl ivi n ing thriown Ilnto the sea1( l only Icy the timely arrival of troops. Another Victory. Av'lollnlllo t , l' :ngllllild, JIIune 29.--Thei lhris.l-I ('Ity line yielded today, (om pleihl lhae loianl victory Iof the strlk tig ..alllln. AMBASSADORS NAMED BY PRESIDENT TAFT Washilngton, JIIne 29. -President Taft sent toi till hlllat the followig\V I'nvoysR ·xtrnardllinlary and ministers ,llni tel ntia ry: \W.llm l .It ssll oIf thell liMtIrt of ('tolimothla, llto the lominiu l republic;, Evan ]. Young, RtUjlh Dakotl, to 1F'culldor: Nl hlldah A. rlove\t.tllr, New York, to Parlngnly nd tlrugua'y; (harles 1). WVhite, New Jersey, to Han durus: H,. r'Pre'Lval I)odge, .alLsaLi chtillnet , to P niImI ; Lewis 1':. Einll sthin, New York. to (`,oslt Riha. HER HAT. (John L. Hobble in Puck.) I m.et a volng gi;lrl on the strleet, IVlth a hat of exceptlional splread; She carried it we'tll-lquite a feat-- (As I passed her shie Iinoddeld her head.) "Ahl." I thouight, "hlere's a lnnle ltfor a c(hat!" ,lo I sltllopped her; bhilt lon w'as told that S.tI al wrong. (Tler noddillng 1is1lehd.) File was tryinlg to billlance her hilt. I next saw her stundlng quite still, Near tlle tracksi wlheire the passell'n gers land; And it street car came swift down the hill; (As It passed lier she threw up her hand.) So the motorman, jolly and fat, Stoplipead his ear. JBut lie soon observed that Tile lady had made no demand She was trying to balanlce her hat. I happened one lillday on the street To notlhe lher walking quite slow; She staggired and scarce kept her feet: (Must have taken a bottle or so.) Then an officer (sad to relate) Took her In, but the lady proved that She never got drunk. (ARsyou know) She was trying to balance her hat. Twoi large eleatrieialy - regulated clir'ks have11 hreon Installld at tllue Man hIhattal cnd o. B£ruckll li bl'IdV. GAS TO BE TESTED IN SPOKANE EXPERT IS ENGAGED TO FIX! RATES WHICH WILL BE IN FORCE NEXT YEAR. Phanr'e. Vi. r1.. nett. eolmisp oTner of pu1blie nillti-.. n1tnl 11nnerr' he hit. on. targed Jostph P. tinilr tir Pof nim-t. Ni. '... ni exper'nl, e .l n l'nys. t. t to Ti.ke itin t r' .ll 'e .tw it of tle , -ltit Si.on it Spkntule, urt-p r-tori, to the T trs uinstmnllt of untt rItl tii n wt lamr The franthi hill I l ri the . tok it n (Ia l fact. r tupn·l . f"lrnwrrll , the Sn.k nn Fnilr. iin. T inrbt lmnina,. givthe the t ty' the right to fii thi rat.tnin 191?7. Th,, r.pt es h l t ritut- I. $1.5 perl' tl.hou.slnl (mblt, fleet. i,".a :, ren't dlu t nlltult on p lnv lait n IIny , n sf'ter the . hill in renltert .,1. t tnt"Mr. Mahl.lt' I I , tis ilt irnate "'tselen Mr. Mtiafi lr rnert lrnt of krnell universith and th,' Ipr-ll- r hllhl.rt rlecmllln Ie tPtingett nl. nwil e top aIt lhe tnp hnt Mlnt.k n npolls tot asttl 'the l gt l n It- fit Lihrn on the way iestt, trplith'Ing here on he twill he prtpsaet li rt uletonit thit nureha'I of the proper in&rumienti fir will h)e na atant city ie'tl istult. "The Pawific Telephone K. Trilepnpl, ompan t . y's frllnnl bine twill expire in 191 , ind I rm withering data in variant easPtern anl western p il" for h - nl t ion ln th l »tl|hJet " JURORS FIND HENWOOD GUILTY (cotlntnuled From Page One.) C',twhhlll 1 di.I, bIut Atkinson rencv erod. Th'e state eieltt Ito trtty l.inwnl for killinl.g o. inltind. They ciiurge villt l, d,.lelllb r,' nrll , der, iand the phlen of lirlnwool was .elf-deftln»," ba.,d rot previous quarrels betwgln i in hIll e prl'l , erll u iitt t l.o1 woot o)ni-( ii the Ihi t l t I 1i- l hI httis. I'. iit-tngi-t I ts lit-i i t \t'1et1 ifi11 Iltit-iq1tt I|, it rth-,it hit-it Ii,,h tilt. Chtiaef of pl.let Imt reportern that tlit trutb - wia oveit r chtt'ms giri . It te velo. ". lNhoweveIr, ll that lV,. IInwoo4 h elln ti-rying to ni-r pe i li i' Pit l llt return tl i ter t t rlitn to Viin Ii ul by .1rs. John ) . ll Sll'. pring' er, i teel t. In tron andl I .it f, i it Ilt - 1rhuini l Illn vr b nkell.r. if rs. thSrlingellr ,ns . tr itness Ini the ca'i and ginhi r tu'presencelr. Inn th. ( Io r'ooclml illn that e'nlll:wlty' sbl hh IIItl('h to Inhle ilntereIt. The Iprose . nti. n iit I'tt w' itll nn1 , ll lthe halnd to sh41.o- allegld reItions'll etlween t rs. (' rlminger ,14hI Ilenwo·l a,'l its contenJ ) l wlo ' thall t t Ihat *l lnwm that hIn was hout to h," llpplaintel in ,Mrs. Springer's affetions, rexolved to kiltoil T' Phul. M.tie the lhooting of Van Phul atilt ('opeland Mrs. Springer ha. h..en ue] fore divorce r11r the tur|'ling ii .i been set for next month. Attnrnly ||ottomll a't4,| iany exceptilon during Henwuood' trial, partleturly as th the rulings of the court. it,. nhi todll.v that the case would he tarrled to the |uprtln court If necei.ury. Aiter the verdlht had hn 1 uln ntlucedl Attorney Hiottom naked leuve to questiton "Jurym'a1n iNKumer 3." tioned him. a. to hi1. "cuorreet" null,,,'. lhe lad been nIcepted under the nam1le of Joseph DuvlI. Mr. Hotllm asked him if til. eal uIne wan not 'iTaltin forro. He ndlmlitted that thltt %%,ui one of his ilven Iamnles. COLORADO JUSTICE OYERCOME BY HEAT t).nver, June i9.-Ju-dge. John (.'mp) hell, (chilf Jestl'c. of the sulpreme o'.lrt of ColoJrado, wax: ovee'rc°ouicO by the heat while ttelndting a c. 'elleef'rnc'e ofIe Judges In hi c'lillhamber today nlld was, remove''d to St. ,Luke's hspitiit;l in an Iunon('neel oi col ndition. At the hoIspttil t w;IR snl ted that hlue (c'odition I g regarded ls rather lerlous. Jdge c' amp'erltIl huIs steuredl ill the i e l'h f'or IN yea'. PRACTICAL USE. (\Washlngtonn Star.) "'What in the world do you want with so many garden weeds?" inquirell d the putlenlt membehr of congress. "You surely don't plalult all of thenl." "No," repllied the ('OIntitue'net. "We put a little milk and sugar .,1 theirn anid LI(e themre for 'breakfast food." ABRUPT. (Ruc(egss Magnazne.) Judge Stevens had a slight hlsita tion in his speech, tbut that affliction did not prevent hl using long words. One morning his dog Snlp got into a fight with another dog. Tappiing hi mi with his 'liane Judge Stevens exclulledl "D-d-d-dis-'on-t-t-t-tin-ue." One- can now travel quite as comn fortably on electric -traine as oee their steam rivals. The Illinois Traction sya3teel runs elIetric bulffet, library and parlor 'arse on its lines. Tan pumps, oxfords and but. ton boots; all sizes for men. women and children. Prices easy. Mapes 6 Mapes FreePrizes! FreePri You stand just as good a chance by getting your answer in the last minute as you would by being first. If you desire to win a $500 Piano, Diamond Ring, Gold Watch, Dia mond Locket, etc., hurry along your answer. Contest positively closes 10 p. m. Saturday, July 1, 1911. It Costs You Nothing to Try No Concealed Conditions The Smith-Barnes & Strohber Co. believe they can in R troduce their large line of high-grade pianos in this market more quickly and satisfactorily by giving the pean pie the savings of the enormous expense of an introduction through the ordinary methods. Any thinking person will readily appreciate that a large manufacturer of high-grade pianos can well afford to make the above liberal offer, itf by so doing he makes his instruments as well known in this vicinity during the next two or three weeks as would take two or three years by ordinary methods of advertising. PRIZES Puzzle Picture PI First Grand Prise-Beautiful N0 Smith Barnes Cabinet Grand Piano. 8eoond Grand Prize-Lady's ' Gent's Diamond Ring. Third Grand rrize-Lady's or Gent's Gold Watch. Fourth Grand Prize--Diamend Locket. Fifth Grand Prize-Fine Violin and Case. Sixth Grand Prise - Beautiful Guitar or 1.andolin. Seventh Grand Prize - Vality Purse. Eighth Grand Prise-Fanoy Locket. Ninth Grand Prize - Beautiful ,Doll. Tenth Grand Prize-Set of Beauty Pins. How the Prizes Will Be Awarded and to ' Whom All the answers awll = be turned ov,'r to a conmmittee of judges, com p, ed of well-known business men of this city, with instructions to make the aianrda in exact accord. ance with the rules, and the de There Are Six Faces in This Picture fi""'" .o the. po.,nding ull the neatest correct answer to the CAN YOU FIND FIVE? slutlio,, of tlhe puzzle will he gIven, absolutely free, the beautiful $00 Directions Outline the faces on this piano. To the next nine neatest D retrcont answrs. In order of merit, or a separate piece of pa- will be distributed the list of Grand per, numbering them 1, 2, 3, etc., and send in your Prizes mentioned above, according answer with your name and address plainly writ- to the decision of the judges. To ten before 10 p. m., July 1, 1911. Neatness and 'eah of the next teenty of the legibility, as well as accuracy, will be considered by t a bona e d draft fower will be so the judges. To the ten neatest correct answers tI,,, nxt to. a draft for t5. All will be given the Ten Grand Prizes in the order other. .sning tin correct oalutione named above. In cases of tie prizes of equal value wl ree'e drafts ranging from $4 will be given. Winners will be notified by mail. dwn to $10, according to the merit of the solutlion. The above-men tioled drafts are not redeemable In Fill Out This Coupon ,.i., by ..,. or unryone else, but are acfeptc d tile me s ae s cash toward t)ie pulrchlas, of any piano In our NAME r................si r. l'iis ,ntt..t posltively closes at 1, p in. .taturday, July 1, 1311. STREET' NO. .. ................. ..... I Everybody answering this puzale wll be given free a book of old CITY OR TOW N ................................... .fihoned songs, by calling at OR TON BROS.' MUSIC HOUSE., Do you know of a neighbor or friend who is thinking of purchasing a piano? If so, please fill in the blank below. NOTE - The Smith.Birnee a Strohber company of Chiage Name ......................... .. Address ........................... have sent their gneral sales manager, Mr. F. L. Jordan, te Nam e ..................... . Address............... ..................... Mie ous, to personally take Mail or Bring to charge of this great oontest, and any further information will be General Sales Manager, Care Orton Bros. cheerfully given by either call. ing on or writing to him in osee 316 N. Higgins Avenue. Missoula, Mont. of orton Broe., 316 North Hig gins avenue, Missoula, Montana. Mail or Bring Your Answers to GENERAL SALES MANAGER, Care of ORTON BROS 316 N. "Hig"'ns A6": REMEMBER-This contest positively closes 10 p. m., Saturday, July 1, 19,11U ............................. ... "