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SIS FOR LABOR BABY IMEMBER OF'THE CABINET SCMEWHAT OF AN ENIGMA TO MANY PERSONS. Washington, March 8.-William B. WVilson, the "baby" member of the cabinet and head of the new depart ment of labor, today -summed up in a few words the policy that will govern him in the discharge of his duties. While apparently he resented the re port that he would be a special pleader for the cause of labor, he 'acknowledged entertaining strong convictions on the labor question. "It would not be accurate to say that 1 represent organized labor in performing my official duty," he said. "L shall represent the government. Of course, however, the point of view has much to do with suoh matters." Probably more interest is being taken in the program of the depart anent of labor than in any other execu tive department of the government. Appointed virtually at the instigation of Samuel (lompers, president of the American F'Ilderation of Labor, Mr. Wilson, lit was feared by those opposed to labor union methods, would decide. tall the questions from the viewpoint .of labor, and that the American Fed eration of Iothor would be the domi nating spirit in the new department. Friends of Mr. Willson declare their confidence in his judgment and fair ness. They ipoilt to his record in the house oin labor legislation, and insist it was always marked by tolerance anld sound sense. OFFERED JOB BY CASTRO. Jacksonville, ilia., March 8.-A spe cial dislatch to the Metropolis from l.itana says that C'olonel Edmund J. Frederick, late chief of artillery under tI.neral Maximi (Iomez, was offered the coitmand of ii (Castro expedition to VeneztulaltL by (general Castro whi'e there. Frederick has neither affirmed nor denied lhe re.port. FOR THE SIMPLE LIFE IS PRESIDENT WILSON \\'hshington, March S.--The national t'lpitall tioday is discussi g the Jleffer stllialt simltlicity of President \Vil son's II)\oetienlts ias evidencted in tht attlendance of the W\ilson family at a wr)\wnVniivn theateor last night. Few of the audience know of tihe' arrival of the presid(nt, for Mr. Wilson had re quested that the nsual formality of jlaying the "Star ' S'c itngled Banner" tipon his entratce t e dispe'nsed with. Tlhe only ]cwaoraion on the ipresiden tial box i \\it s a shiehli beaorint g the presidenllts insignia. ('hero was further evidence of lIck of pomp. ()nly tnt' slcro.1 set'vice man kept gualrd ver tile cperson of the president and the polhice guarld was not increased. The negro foltihen in the w\hite Ilouste livery were. the only attenllants. SETTLEMENT WORKER ; ARRESTED AS PICKET Haltimntre, March ---Miss l1ouise ('tiry, iprotiinenit ili soe tly here ald a leader in si ial settleiitent work;: Miss 1M1. S. Ilataiii. ;tnithe'r |pritminent so (ial iworker, linid three striking gar IuentI( \\workers who ,were aci.tinlg as pickets. were arrestted today on Ia chtargie of disotrdelrly condluc(t. Vhelti arratigned before ai police utig Istrate the wItitoin wiere dischacrg'ed. Miss 'arey has slhowni her syTi pathy for th(l strikers since early ill thet trouble. She has lvetn a frltequent speake'r lit strike imieetinigs and volun ter'tld si-v-rili weeks tigo to gl tin Ipickltc ( lines amnl \w rk th\\ib the. strikers. The Forty Year Test. An arlicle mutst have ox ',ptlional mntrit ti sllrvive for a Ireriodt of forty yi-rs. (hamliberlain's ('oiIgh ltnimelv was first offeredl to the tlibli' in 1871. F'ronl it smalnll Il",iellllng it hIas grovuwn in favoir and lIlotllarity until it has atltaiinedl a wnrld-'ile reputation. You will find nothing better for a cough or cldl. Try it and you will under sltand Iwhy it is a favorite after a period of more thani forty years. It llot only gives ri'lief--it cures. For sale by all druggiCists.-Adv. GETS FORTY-FIVE YEARS. Billings, March R.--\'. it. Smith, 29l .earts oili. a ranchlinan living near Laurel, whio plendod gulilty to a statu tory .ritm' against his 14-year-trld st;tepdaughtetr, \\as today' sentenced to 4.5 years in the stale penitentiary iat Deer Liodge by Judge Pierson. The girl andti her babe have Ibeen taken in charge hby the state authorities. charge by the state authorities. 1 "Mr. iHillman, will you promise thi Salves Can't Cure Eczema In regard to skin diseases, medical authorities are now agreed on this: Don't imprison the disease germs in your skin by the use of greasy salves, and thus encourage them to multiply. A true cure of all eczematous diseases can be brought about only by using the healing agents in the form of a liquid. WASH THE GERMS OUT. A simple wash: A compound of Oil of Wintergreen, Thymol and other in gredients as combined in the D: D. D. AMFtlCAN MARINES DIE IN WRECK MEN IN PURSUIT OF NICARA QUAN BANDITS END THEIR JOURNEY IN DEATH. Washington, March 8.-Sergeant Charles A. Norton, Corporal Theodore D. Roberts and Private Ernest John son of the marine guards at Managua, Nicaragua, were killed and Captain Edward "A. Green and several other marines were injured but not seriously yesterda,- morning in a railroad col lision between Managua and Leon. The accident occurred as the indi rect result of the operations of a band of lawless, drunken raiders, who en tered the town of Nagarote Thursday night, routed the police and looted the town. They fled to the hills after cutting the telegraph and telephone wires, to make sure that the American legation's line of communication with the American guardship at Corinto was interrupted. After a conference with Minister Weitzel, ('aptain Green started down the road yesterday morning on a spe cial train. A fuel train leaving Naga rote without orders and without flag men, collided with the special carry ing the marines, 12 miles west of Managua. In addition to the casual ties among the marines, the firemen on the fuel train were killed and two brakenmen were injured. ('aptain Ed ward A. Green was a meimbher of the 1908 Olymple rifle team. RESULTS COME FROM VICE PROBE (Continued Prom page One) personal n:ttr betwiOern ()O'larai all. ,lhn M31. (linn, seer"tary of the Illi nois Manufa inrers association and owner of the ManIlu facturers' News, organ for the association. O'fllara tlllhreatlened to go into the enlrts :nent an editorial in the Ma7Inufactulrers' News stating that it was the publish ir's judgment that "the vice inltl'ir. VWsi due' largely to Ia desire to force the great retailers of the city to give Snewspilper onI which 'llar;a W\.: f'orimerly eomployed a greater qiuan:tit' if advertising." Gl ,nn insisted thai the editorial re fleeted his judlgment and O(llara reai a sweepling denial into the record. Only one girl witness was a eard. SIihe had been a servant at at (re.go City, Ill., 'she said. A male friend I,rought her to (:hie.ego bdt on 1iir first night w\heni she did noi earn en.nllil to satisfy him), "he bheat m11' lip a11l 1 shooik himll." "\Vhere is hi now''? iinired Seni "ior aiul. " I'S sari'ng six IIImonths ill the Itrideweli," c molne they reply Vi dietiv'ely. The prisonllier may be clledi as a w\itness later. c13etWPct low wages for WiullitOl iidi i iit ':lility thli' is a c'alls.ltive' coll lnection, testified Edwin llillnan. "ItDo iuli think that a wvonman \\vo)11l ell her virtue before' she would slarve\ " asked Li(,litencant Go)\ve'rnor 0(I laut, chairman of the commission. "Yes, I do," icame the Iprompti an swer, Iithe fir.lt of the kind froiml Ctal plIoyers thus far heard. "Than' k you," said ()'llara, apllar ently surplrisied at the admission. Ilillman said that 817 girls iInd WoillOn aire employed at ills stire. Of these 4fi girls rec vi\t'e $5; 24 get $4, 23 earn $3.01) and six receive $3. These last are rraniltl girls, mostly iriought ini by their i'parents who want themll to jParn tihe iusiness so they himly ad van)e' t higher salaries, he said. "If one if youtr $3 girls list her v'ir itue would it hurt your consciencett c asked O'Hara. "Yes, certainly." "\'outtl you hold yourself responsi '\''ell, now, hlt's think. Viiimhd 17 ileri 's a girl Irt'ii glt in bi" her liar-i slonsiiletl 1 thitik not. I think tile liiarents wiould tie resipontsitli.''' The witness said he had never heard of a girl being btlacklisteil for hai Iontdticti, ' )iut did know of it flor i lker whor had suffeded that fat l for ilt ntorality. A Self-Made Man. llian itdmitited tihat he was a self-m ade man, lie started at work at $2 a week as a cash boy. "Could you live on it?" inquirid the chiairntan iif the coiiimiaissinti. "Well, tiiv" father rarned $14 and itiy $2 hilped out. I walked to and fnroiii wiirk." The readiness if the big tterchtant to agrie with the eiiultiission str prised and delighted the legislators. t'or instance, ()'lara asked if it had ever occurred to him to int'e'tigate aiptliiants for positions to lirsertailn whether the alitleant could live an the salary in tirospect. It had never oecurred to him, but lie said, It's a good idea." "Mr. Hillman, will you promise this Prescription. This penetrates to the. disease germs and destroys them, then soothes and heals the skin as nothing else has -,r done. The frstt application will start the cure and give you instant relief. We have made fast friends of more than one family by recommending this D. D. D. Prescription to a skin I sufferer here and there, and we want yot tb ty' it n i4rbn our positive no pay guarantee. George Freishelmer, G 30g'CompanFU'ovlpn . commissiqn to hire such an investi gator?" "Yes, cerainly, glad to; it's a good idea," and the stocky witness nodded his iron-gray head emphatically. Asked what he thought a girl could support herself on independently, Hillman said $8 or $9 a week. "I could live on $12 myself; yes, I could squeeze through on $10, I think," he added. "So $8 or $9 would sustain a girl in Chicago, but it would not leave much for the movies and soda, would it'?" observed Senator Juul. "No, guess you can't get frivolous on that," laughed Hillman. James Simpson of Marshall F'ield & C mo., who declined,yesterday to disclose I I the profits of his firm, offered the commission private access to the books of the company. Hillman agreed also to do the same. Senator Beall, addressing Hillman as a self-made man, asked if he gave his employes the same chance to ad vance that he had. "You bet," replied the mer,.hant. "We want 'emr to advance. Why, tlere's a sign in my office, 'Grow or go.' " Senator Tossey asked if there was a tacit agreement among the retailers. whereby one would not outbid the other to obtain a desirable clerk. The answer was an emphatic denial, lie said clerks were always leaving one firm to go with another. Representative Lloyd informed the witness that the report of the Ct'hicago vice comminssion showed that many department store girls lead li\'s of shame This was news to Hillmnan, who denied any such condition in his store. "Why," he exclaimed, "let me tell you about one of those 'mashers' who are always taking up the time of the girls. Two weeks ago one of our de' tettives caught one of thelIn and hon est, when that 'hull' got through wvitli him he was a. sight, Honest, he got more than was coming to hint."' Asked what he thought of ti,' moral standards of the girls at tlill man's, Hillman said he thought thle: were high. "Come on frver and size 'ei uip," ihe invited. "You can tell as imuch liiboiut 'eiim as I can." Turning to Sienator Becall, lie imiade the inivitation slpl cific'. "L'll show you around imaysm'lf." P'all, fiormneriy kinownI as Ithe' "'stork" mayor of Alton, 111,. resplontd ant in a wxhitl verst imId a large dia ini lid stuld, laughed and said: "I'll e there." WARM WELCOME GIVEN RELEASED DYNAMIIERS San lrancisco, 'March S.--laf A. Tveitmoce andll Eugene A. ('lancy, ('ali furnia. labor l.adiers released on bail from'i the federal irison at Leaven worth, Kan.. after having ibeen con victed at Indianaslits of comlltilicity In the national dynamitilg iponslpiracy. r(etllurned tonight to San l'rancisc'll and were wv-lei'iued by a strOet deiollt - stration. T( y were niiet by their famililes and by a c(nnllllliltte rer('lerlnting varioius lo(-al Illiollns and cseuort'ed by a -lproces sion of automntoiles with a hand play ing the lMarsieillaise to a downtown street inltersection where both mlade alddl'resses. "W.e have. stuffel'red lmuch," said 'Teitmoe, "bll hunlreds of othlers have sulffiered infinitely miiore. \'We havl\ returned to take Iup the work whlich w\\e left last Sept embn.r. I shall address vyou later and tell you a side of our story w\hich a large tproplortion of the amloulnit the litillli has nevier hea'rdl. I think you for your loyalty and love." ('lancy spoke in the same vein. Both were greeted \ithll cleers \vhen they wiere introducetld by aL formlller mayoir of Saln Firancisco, P. It. Mc C 'art hy. ARKANSAS' GOVERNOR HAS FAIRLY BUSY DAY Litt lIr·cl, Arlk. ,March .--Gnv iernotr J1. T. Rtobinson performed tihe lmarriage ceremonliy today of his pri vate secretary, co(.n.uteil the. death senitene of a young planter to life imoprisoniment, signed his own colm mission ax Iunited States senator and completed the day's activity by send ing his resignation as governor to his own brother.in-law, William K. Old hai, ptresident of the senate, who alltoma tically becomens acting state exceutive. Mr. R.obinson's successor will Ie chosen at a primary in June. The senator-elect will go to Wash ington next week. OVER FOUR HUNDRED ARE NEW SETTLERS lielena, Marih S.-- (spcial.)--During the (luartor ending March 1, 481 set tiers came to Montana and brought with them livestock valuirl at approxi mately half a. million dollars, accord ing to the records of the livestock sanitary hoard of the number of cer tifiicatlons it has oeen called upon to issue during that period. Each cer tification represents it settler, and they scovered a total of 2.399 head of Ihorses, 1,329 head of cattle and 153 hogs. Of the total number of settlers, 110 came from Iowa, 72 from North Dakota, 55 from South Dakota, and 54 from Minnesota. AMERICAN MURDERED. Mexico City, March 8.-J. A. Link, an American and former sheriff in Colorado, but for several years a con ductor on the Mexican Central rail road, is reported to have been killed recently at Guatamala Oity. His as sassin is not known. It is said Link was @a1a0bW in the 4shi , BATLE IN PROGRESS AT NACOZARI REBELS GAIN IN 'INITIAL EN GAGEMENT AND ARE THREAT ENING AGUA PRIETA. Douglas, Ariz., March S. -'Seven fed eral soldiers were killed in the first battle of the Sonora rebellion at Nacozari, bte'ow here toilday, and one, American, J. S. Williams, Jr., man ager of the Moctezuma Copper comn pany, was shot in the leg. It is be lieved that many of the federal de fenders were wounded. Constitution alistas sustqined no appreciable loss and succeeded in advancing their lines considerably. 'The battle began at S:30 a. tm. and was in progress at 3:45 today wh\\en all communication fr im Nacozari was interrupted. The fight was precipi tated when 500 rebels untter Colonel Bracamente, former iprefecto of 1Moe tezuma, marching to reinforce the rebel command, which is eneamped on the outskirts of Agua Prieta, en countered part of the federal garrison of 2.50 rurales proteting the Iown. Most of the fightin ..rwas done at long range, though after the first hour the rebels biegan to, draw closer about the little town. It is expected that the constitutimlltaistas will take advantage of darkness ti enter Naco zari, a town which they intend to cap ture, if possible, at the Ibeginning of the ca nmpaign. Iefutigees from Nit.,zari lhave\ been flocking over the bIirder here during the last two days, andl it is believed that all wotmen have lift the besieged town. In the attack on Nicizari, the rebels buirned the bridges at Y;isael, letweein Naeozari and the biorder, to prevent federal reinforcements being sent from border points. The little federal garrisoin of 1501 soldiers at Agua Prieta is itunitintar ily expecting attacks frimi tih' rIeels Although Nacozari is only a short dis Innte froml the tortder, IInoe f Ith' di fenders of Agua Priit'i dartslnd ventllure to the rescue of the Ieslieig-d garrison. The rebels mnade iino t\ive tiltiy agail.ill Aguia Prieta but it is reported that an attack has Ie,,n 1 panned for soime time after midlinlight or early Sunday morning. Agta Prieta and Iiiiigl;is are dl vlted only by the iinigitary line and mucih appllrelhensiotn is fell hire for the safety of ID glas resitdents in event of a ibattle. Another Clash. 'Mexico City, MlreIhi S. Th'le first serious clash betw'ee'n fedi'ra's andt Carraniistls is reported ltay lto have occurred at Renta, in thlie sate of ('oahuila about nidwa\\y liet\wein I5lonterry antd \lndvb/\a. Thie i, gagentent lasted four hours, llthe ri hls offering stllbbotit tMresisttcllie. The losses as reported from gohv erninenti SOttre('s intel'di d ' f(ederal killed and 11 nihded alnd 33 rtebells killed. The rltbl forces h:I\v fslsen back on anio I. iin,. :li tiles ,t tlhe' l rlth. The federlls Iarei ldvlti 'iig tt oil deavoritig to f'llihw Uti their adviall tage. 'Anotther lc lllltil of federals is ild vancing fromIi the west, haviiing mtarcthed overlaind front lll n'oi, oni tihe Northern IMexici railroad. The trloops camle to Itinic'n . trtain frolm 'I s(aiatn. In order to pres\ent clashel s 1bl'1t\tv(c rebels und the American troolps tle Mexican wiar department proposes to send 6,000 feder;lt!s to o'Cupyl the Iharder townst iin tinora. A plan is afiil t ito enlaltirge til' iritly, increasing it to 100,000 men, ;and it is also proposed to plae an oerder for 150 cannon in Pranc. rThe govnr\ ne'l' ntlllll sullppressed I riot of fu(etory ('oulol"i's at Santal Ihesta in the state oif Vt ra (Cruz. '\IIlino Mlendoza. a \lM;d,Tvista ileder, lind sev eral other agitailors werel't k.illed. To Rescue Americans. Nogalhs, ,\ Ariz., March . 't1' resne Amerih'ins strandld ait interior points three anlltnllnliill .s left here todit;v for1 the south. Th'l- welre sent in ri'slo(lln · to urgent appeals frot Maiigli;itena, 'Ul miles ielov lthe bIorlder. The .\liir icans were Iliasslgers onri lllllun trains seized I lithe rebell troos. It is reported that Juaan Ca(;iralts rebels intend to ait ck N gaiiles, Htnil',l, aif er lbeing r'einot '.r l ti gr. lips froml ('I tItiLnea. Indiroe t llisO ;i rs reolirt all quict at Hermosillo, the state capil;ti, but that the c n itiollnil li there is icriltii il. Refugees frolil thei south reI' tll' t h;iI while the state alltlpears fully it n s'il pathy vwithi its offidTtat staind lagaiiinst Hiuenta, soll I ni lleyed iinterests at the icapiital are urging tlemporarly rec ognition of the pIrovisional h president, causing muci ill-feeling. Investigating. El Pa'o, rTexasl, Marlch R. ilGenir.il Tasker It. lti.ss, commaiindetr of tihe newly-organized southern dlepartmlent, btegan an in\vstigation tiiody of licn dltions along. the ionora hrder. It was said tltntrtal Bliss is to mllilke for the war id lartmennt :n investigil tion of the revolt of the Soinoira state troopls agilnst the iertal national goverliulnnt, u;GleneraI bliss did nit stop here., prmIreeding directly ti Dlouglas and Ngales, Ariz. GUILTY OF MURDER. Chicago, March - .-A Jury in Jludge Kersten's ('llcourt ltoday returned :a ver dict finding both charles Cramer and his wife guilty ,of the murder of Miss Sophia Singer of Blaltimore. 'raimer's punishment \-as fixed at life inipris onment whilei his wife was given 1 years in the penitentiary. Many a Suffering Woman Drags herself painfully through her daily tasks suff' ring from bacKache, headache, nervousness, and loss of sleep, not knowing her Ills are due to kidney and bladder troubles. 'oley Kidney Pills give quick relief from pain and misery, a prompt return to health and strength. No woman %who suffers can afford to overlook Foley Kidney Pills. Missoula Drug Co.--Adv. Mv1 _ __ FURNITURE AND CARPET ANNEX 25 Lucky Women Can Get a DIAMOND SUCTION SWEEPER At the Special Introductory Price of $30 Instead of $35.00 We have accepted the state agency for the famous DIAMOND SUCTION SWEEPERS (electric) and the factory has authorized us to sell twenty-five, and only twenty-five, machines at a reduc tion of $5 each for introductory purposes. We have decided to put the entire lot right here in Missoula and give our home cus tomers the advantage. Don't fail to get one. The Best Sweeper on Earth for the Price Guaranteed for One Year Before contracting for the manufacture of DIAMONI) StICTION SWEEP ERS, we investigated them thoroughly and found them correct in principle, well made, serviceable and efficic'nt. We subjected the sample machine to the most rigid tests alongside other makes, several of them costing three times as much as the DIAMONI), and found the machine satisfactory in every particular. Read these details, then come and see the machine. .dl CLEANING BY t 1t t , I hli. Iittis iItnhl"r it b' -lll,.\i'.isll it' II,, i r- SELF-OILING 'll'h , DIAMOND is ELECTRICITY th ii'o I , i t i,' 1 ,11 1 \ to I 'I IItl I , ll : ,'t t'sr io-tn lug.,'- r Iih l tw t \li\i i tlh tat' illnsu-ll',,s s1ntit ti . Ii, vor> I arti lte , , i ] . 1 1 a ,"of oiling h , itnt 'chinll oft if lust l s j ii;\\ I' tt i' l 1 i ' 1 (11' i ii ,r t i la l in' oI at tw ice ;!t ) ar. A tariv'l t an i( is ,dip sinte, ill (l1 i hl int TDlitllt. itrlitll;ll ub' istht)lll \i'nsilhto is ,o 't . 1, t 1 th i'lli , :111,1it EFFICIENCY 'ht I il T E, n s :t l 1 fur It ll hi'' itti-iti} is 1 Ii' ttu . i t i ' I ',lllli o Is \\s'ii i tl l h0 EIIh s ;III'tIlht-iI is it' llllll '(,tl. 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As the machine moves along, the suction gently lifts the carpet a quarter of an inch into the suction opening--the rapidly revol ving brush loosens the dirt and raises the crushed nap--the suction draws in all the dirt, dust, threads ravelings and particles of debris, leaving the riug and carpet as bright and clean as new. We carry the HOOVER in three sizes. The Hooverette, $45.00; Cleaning attachments, $10.00 The Hoover Junior, $75; Cleaning attachments, $12.50 The Hoover Regular, $110; Cleaning attachments, $15 See our close out bargains in Peerless Suction Cleaners ---less than half price while they last.