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SraPrize O ua Groves 'Suakist" hae" utbeev One of these deat Silver Premiums , w hh I load golden fruit. Is for the o . Orange Spoonrui 0 UUS kuofthi iydsdurroundin t erritory. e "SukAlist"Orag / pto 2,4 "5 Spoon, actual stte. wrappers d O The Citlifornia Fruit Growers ship in great quantities when Oenuin Rogrs and of o a ditital the fruit-ripens, and they have chosen this city as a "Sale Point." you on receipt of 12 /"sankit" wrapprs A big, rousing sale, lasting a week, will be held right here in this city! . andoun ,a1 'ro heRe ad Ic. . charges, packing, etc. i Special Prices at Perfect Oranges Por each additional Careflly kist" wrappers and l2c. On all remittances up Tour Dealer's Ripened on the Tree k atop at o ond oc SBeginling Mondcai Learn the difference in flavor be- Rend carefully direc* s aI mpson amoun.s " "ions at right. "bove Just ask for genuine tween these trripned oranges and Sd forfll d money ord i* "ufdt~" the perfect oranges with the others you have bought in the dton, number of wrappersm bcank d. Donot ra the valuable wrappers " past. Each "Sunkist" is a sweet, juicy, and amount of cash ec' or draft payable to the S. seedless navel. Each is tree-ripened, .r to secure e .ch anger d a Give your family a delicious ad sound and p.ked with a lloved u. y ultr s ` healthful tieat and provide your table hand! Each comes in a valuable "Sunkiat" '` ýnd Each comes in a valuable E"chan, 192 N. Clark with valuable and exquisite Rogers' wrapper marked "Sunkist.". Premiums tre"t.. to, S Silverware. See further particulars through the mal Sat right. Economsical " idt. ou can secure these Lemons Chud'r.ore ~f~~L" . wrpe. BChild'alof Spounkist" lemon Wrap .S Thin-skinned, extra juicy and each offSoo lemon wraer. r comes in a valuable "Sun- ld Fork cut from wrap. o kist" wrapper. Insist on Ote Fork will only "Sun No ý I)T them, as they go farther Child's Fork and lmons, o wi ý: rfthan other lemons. They Oraoge Spooa uaity oecon micaly S4 cost no more, and the wrappers Fruit Kafe Teaspoes . riced, oahyou wrle soon n are of same value as "Sun- Tablneso secure a complete set o ýa kist" orange wrappers. Recipe r butiful te (aM) TrdoUmak arsteir Booklet free upon request. Trademark itere. B tter Sprader a. California Fruit Growers' Ezchane 192 North Clark Street Chill SELWAY REQUESTED 1O GIVE SUPPORT TO PRIMARY -EAVERHEAD PROGRE881VES DE MAND THAT THEIR SENATOR PROMISE HIS VOTE. . Dillon, April 1il.-(Special.)-There was an earnest and effective meeting of progressives held here lat ;:!;lih. at which the direct-primary question wag the theme of discuussion. Senti went In Beavorhead county is strong ly in favor of a primary law and there Is much complaint over the mlarep resentatlon of this copnty In the sen alte. The matter was thoroughly, dis cussed at the meeting last night and tie following resolutions were a4opt ed, addressed to Senator Solway 4o Dillon: "The progresslve republicans or Dillon and Beavorheail county in reg ular meeting assembled, and after full discussion, hereby expressly demand of you, that you at once wire to Gov ernor Norris yotr assuranco that you will vote for the direot-prtmary bill, drawn. by the commlsilon appointed by him for that purpose, if he will call the Twelfth legislatire, In extraordi nary sesslon. e, "In his puiblished letter Cllhting to call such sessilon, he correctly states that the senate, having a republican majority, has withheld the assurance that the bill will pass that body. The house, with a democratic majority, has already pted"d in wrIt rn, the pes S( the bill by that' branch of the lgialaturth The tepublitan senate is thotefore correctly charged by Gov ernor Norris with standing in the way rf seotiring to the people of this state the direcatprimary law, which wil permitt.hm1' to exercise their lawful right' of M nahng their public officials from United Mtates senator and gov. ernor down,. by a direct vote, "For the republican members of the 'ieniate to many longer.. withhold their promise of, support. i his matter will atmount to treUonp to the~ republican party of the state, of. Montana. Only two votes re l n,,l tthre are 1 1 repuibIWan tt aerse, odurseaW •n oanp,.tiunjm r. who a. thus fAr sefUNli .Lr, 4pddtiop. If you refase , b~ d o those neeossary two, vU w"Ui be directly. responlsible for t eissuk which wi.h lll be givesn to the party. . Tis re sibility upon your wi i is imp if that 44 4tie h re l# Carpathia's Captain Makes Report Jacria I ·cAWCA1 ~ ,wo ATAN T I 1[4 Iun , #t'~ s~ du..e s .!OWN wants - New York, April 19..-Less than 24 hours after the Cuinard line steamer 4'arpathly. catne in n. a rescuing shlp, with 705 survivors of the Titanic dis aster, she sailed this afternoon for the Mediterranean cruise, on which she originally started last week. Just before the liner sailed. H. 8. Bride, the second Marconi wireless operator of the Titanic, who had both legs crushed on a ilfe',ou, was carried pff on .the shoulders . of the hlip's officers to )t. Vincent's hoe pital. "aptaln A. H. toii f the CarB pathla addressed 'a41 fla report giving his account of 'the Carparthia's rescue work to the genoeral manager of the Cunard line. Liverpool. The report stated that Capailn Rostron first was apprised of tse plight of the Titanic at 12:'5 a. nm. Moarke and that lin.lmntAdiately or dtered the tCarpathiia 'headed for the' scene of the disaster.. a. dfta'ee of s$ miles. At 2;40 a. m. a Ere.iWas seen and it was taken to IndW te' thi post tion of the Titanie. The report stat ed that the Carpathla psaasd through a big 'ield of teeberts and several ttmes'.had to alter her' ourse to avoid lee, The weather was describthed as fine and clear; though dark. Con tinuing the report, he said: 'We stopped at 4 a, mn., thus doing the distance in $% hUilira, picking up a lifeboat at t4.0,. ,m. Boat in charge of officer Ad he reported that the Titanic had foundered. '"At 18:0 last boat piOkld up. A'll suvrlvoat aboard UST OFc DEAR i prevet , ol ·w~i~b; ~t --.a Ioeberp, and map showing scene and 'all boats accounted for, via: It Ilfeboats, one boat abandoned, two Iberthon boats alongside (saw one floatingfJottomn upward among wreck age and aooordlng to second officer, senior officer saved, one Barthon boat had not beeon launched, it having got Janamed) making 1i lifeboats and four Berthon boats accounted for. By the time We had cleared first boat it was breaking day and I could see ,all with in area of four miles. We also saw that we wgro surrounded by Icebergs." The repdrt stated that at 8 a, in. the Californian arrived and that lier mas ter was told of.the.tragedy and sekee to search tfo possible survivors. The Carpathib then took aboard 18 of the diuasters, the hydrog.phble offltc In New York issued tonight an order shifting the' lane of tranamtlantle lin ern 180 miles southward from the path which the Titanic followed. After givlng his 'tlsta mopy'. before the senate esrpmlttee, tCaptain Roes tron of the '~Crpethia took Oharge of his ship, Which departed lato today for the Mediterranean. Captaltt Roatrotn 'wept as he told to i+a: flow the' Ciart'ila had picked: up the. WItferttiusA N4 'gN ft from the :?ftanie ald hfde !ud"ift on his ship. ,; sset r oesented , him Althqug *everi consistentn aecounts p of disaster to the Titanic. Tltanlc's lif'hoats. A ,lergyman IIhI'li i" short burial servic e for the lost and offered a prayer of thanklgiving for those saved. The report sail: "Before decdlldg definitely where to make for, I conferred with Mr. Imuay andl he told me to do what I thought best. .f Informed him, taking tvvery* thing Into consideration, I ,onsldored New York host, I also thought It wouldl be bettor for Mr. Istmay to go to New YoYrk or Englland, as soon as possiblel and knowlfg I should he out of wireless communieation very soon, if I pro eo.dkul to Asorpw, it left Hall. fax, Hoston and New York, so I chose the latter. "Again, paU.sengers were hyster;cal of what hlid happened aboard the lTI. tanlc have lbeen obtained from sur vlvors, It Was matiesltly Ilnposslblel for anyone fully to take account of all that occurred on her great docks. 'Phus there was those who maintained that there was one or more suicides anmong the offltcerºl Captatn imlth, It would appear frma the conslen5*l of tle narrative., went down with f is,,r but seoveral biaa. sengeetrg : tht 'F-r QfOlep Mlur doc t Is#lIt othiou$b ite ,head bilfor i1a ciapk. 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Ir Im h'moh'ved MrsI loruoy w1lyl,w l itid - hrn tII fOler fome. l 11111te ri wh)os.e Sir, indi Wan Itarllid, pr , lllnld t)111 rel1 d er Irf tr hllbuntl d with Inlane Intll niL tan cllll .rrto Iet pt into effet last Inight1. l.r. irady'" body wO R found ldth h11,1e se eevery mleelllnt that hisl wlf,, Iiute. Hhnll appears to hllvt' 'll_'lrmV'nted this obsltu(ll° by envt'r l. tug the' tillas w lth i1 (l oth. , Mrs u frtdy's hand was ihlnt.,hinlg th, rc' oillvear when thle IolltLi te flound. Thrl tragedy wts nltll dis'nv/reld n v (II tongllht Mr. Pl'rady was aoult 60 'Mnn' nmage. Itel'lorn louring thi WaMl ringlton l years agol, he wis ai'tiv. i Ia tandidate fo r state undlt' Io ' NEW$ KEPT PROM BROTHER, New York, April 11).--Nal)1t tltraltess, Jr., has rtel nd , and orderI n from hat all las other In ole auyildng tnhat news of the death.oh lsadore Straus has been kept from theu latter's hroth or, Nathan Btrauss, Hr., who I recup erating in Italy utter a recent Illness. t DAY OF MOURNING. Portland, Ore,, April 19.-Mayor Ai S. Rulihlight of Portland issued a prot' ' tttnation today asking the people 0o rthe 'ity to set apart tomorrow he a n da. ot mourning for those who lost their livee on the Titanic, and ordering s that all flags over munielpal buildings be ball-muated, . JAPS ARE STOLEN FROM JAIL FEDERAL IMMIGRATION OFFICERS PUT ONE OVER ON STATE OFFICIALB. Ilhli.n,[ Aiirl io. - (Hlnpe'ln.) -Itiontl l1l1nuntiurl 4lnrtli Klrnltrll Hnualkl wer, Nintillgglid it of he countly Jall lIst night by offrllli of Ithe Illlntligratlon Ml'i''111 illl li're now IInI their way to intt'Ih In hi i nt ii hIiok to Jp1tan. Not 11n111 llih h Iilps l er, o( ll iof lontall a ,Ill thlr 1tionrn'yn l''0rn lhclr cllents W',"l'l K1111. After Jllilu'g Ioulliqulllll rlllllloted tile 145i41' illl dlt 1lll111 tie iI plicgtitlllon lfor a $t4i ai prnl'eettilgs,. (iuiolin & Mettler ppIleladl to ith ll e'retial'y of clilumerce iiiI iii luir for ,1 itIty, which Was 1lxtlrl'lilAl the celrtlf ed clpy of aI tllillI'rlipt ' th Jilp1inianso ciuas huad liot been printedl. llind thien protested (Ihlt tII' stayllt walh not tiikeil for In 1(11i(1 rfitth. The siecretairy refused til tike nctlloill it the tunie, but Thursld,iy i0%'((killd the ordelr granting thill stay. i'eiring furthllr I'ntanglelellents, tlle inllilitigratin oiffticer kept the iiews of tilte ecrelury's 111t1i1o1 fron tile attor lneys anlll then 1lst niglht iiitc ,led cus tidly UovP the Jil lp, whlkeditl thein l 111t IItLitt~l ituld whtirhled'h1t ilIfi tlle ' Mita tlon just in tilllnlu t1 (11111 the westll - 1)1411l0d trabin 11w1i iiortilha 1 411 the'il' inspectolnr 1itt1'iipted'1 to seize One of the Japs at illings, 1hl11 attlrnllfs 114l1d the officer thrown into jail iby the Yellocetotno 'couitily sheriff, 11iil1 thllinl, by appllea tlions for writs of ihnllh1'n corpus in the stantu c(,ulrtls t iLlllingsl and Helenoa, dl(lh1ylad iprurinelligs Ulill Judge Hlour (uln iln 1i able t, hear the case at HRuthl. There hlie cenIsured the attor ilny'n forl havng nllstituted proeeedlnlu iii 11 stLutie courts involving federal Solffkalin. FIRE IN KALISPELL. Klllis1oll, April 1i.--(4pioclal.)--A property llloss of nearly $1,000, with no Insulrance, was susitained by the O'Neil ,unlllher colnpanly through thet destruc lion by fire of its barn onl East 0Fifth street, early tilln mornling. TIh fire ls thought to hlive started from a inmiuldering aslhpllu In the alley. It had envelopedl the barn and commuo I nleited to thll reslgence of (. W. Short before the alarm was turned In, at 4 o'clock. Slix horses were seewUed iromi the lbarn, but ontt perilheL. Tie other contents of the barn .llpe pI!a theally a total loss. FOR TITANkO DEAD. Millokane, Apri l1 .--Mayor, I!.n y lssued a proelatmatlon today clilitgi f timemorial services tI gill , IS ae I churehes Saturday qlld Siutd.y ai t Sexpression of symplnat or tlo' thn I I liot relatlvs or trl a . tor disaster.