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Tiirnsnvv. rnir. a:. twos. P.VGE TnUFTE. ONCE EAST BARCELONA THE (Remember1 a Little "yy ANT AD In the Citizen thejamfA the CITY IS IW THRIVING WARSHIPS ONEY A FEW YEARS Vessels That Took Part In the Spanish-American War Now on Retired List. 1 CITY fOdi WBlatZ; TELEPHONE 15 There's Class DESERTED Years Ago It Was Rich Mining Center and Confederate Stronghold. '. Wash.. April L'kc tin- t try nf Goldsmith's piictii, "The Jlcscrtcd Village." Is that nf liuru. southeast of S ji ka i H'. nt one Time Ihe largest city in the state nf Idaho. "I ln population In it" palmy day. during the nuniiniT cif 1X67, reached .",.11111), uti'l fortunes were paniod out nf the gravel hy miners wlm tl n'ki I into tin- district from all parts .if tii" country The production of Roll duct in that eu amounted to 1 11.111)11 II I Ml. Tmlay tne place has a postmaster and a Chinese prospector and his Plant -' .M il spouse. Tlv-y are the pio neer i f the camp, where white men one- .- i u i: h . and found riches in the heils i f aariferourt pr.ivcl. I.e-siHiiU was a political holticd In l ie wint'f of IsfiT. when men fought to avenge real or fancied tvnuiss. The Federals an I Confederates were Hhiut i-iiialiy divided, and the sheep were separate I from the Boats hy a natural law. Tin- union sympathizers moved to one end of Main street and the Confederate, to the other, tine side of Ivision street was called !rantvi!.o and t!n other l.oeshurg. There were .saloon. where the mn sunn "The star Spangled 1!. inner," and t 'on 1 , 'derate saloons w here they sung a, id played "Dixie" every night and chore 1 for Jefferson Davis. (Irnntviile was tile lirst to hi! aban doned. Not one of the i,M houses of that d'vision of the city ww stands. There has never heeii a patented lot or other piece of real estate in the old townsiie, which is now part of the Salmon liver forest imwry. The S.lmon valley is declared hy experts th.- largest and richest dis trict in the .1 "nited States that has no railroad or water transportation fa cilities. The mineral production reached a total of $30,000,1100 In the last forty years. The average waRon haul for this output has been 100 nides. "inly the cream of the natur al wealth could be appropriated un der the prevailing conditions. Silver Is the greatest resource, and the ln tlustrv of producing this metal was suspended by demonetization. Salmon City i.s now hoomlng on the strength of railway prospects. Some mysterious money power is he- hind a scheme 'hat progresses to ward construction. Ileal estate price have been steadily advanced hy the Investment of large sunns of money that seems to come from the same myster'cus seure,. that produce the funds f ir railroad surveys, right of liny, and terminal grounds. The winter just pissed was the mildest ever known In the mountain regions of that division ni the state. Big g'me especially the deer, hi kept fat. The tenderfoot hunter has found the opportunity nf his life to do slaughter in and out of season. The state administration keeps the money nearer home, and gives the game of this out of the way paradise no protection. There has not been a warden in the valluy for two years to make the poacher even cautious. The emigar has never mi'ti a state trap per, so he take.s up the trail at night, where the tenderfoot hunter leaves it with the setting nf the sun, anil I! Ives the innocent deer no rest. AMIWKiN A; lST NHiHT KIOKltS Frankfort, Ky.. April 23. Acting under orders from Coventor Wlllson, Adjutant General Johnson has formu lated plans for a vigorous campaign against the night riders. At Cadiz, Trigg county, troops will assemble to gather in all offender. against whom warrants have been Issued. Men from Cadiz have been ringleaders In Irani liurning and other outrages. IU'lId SHIPS AT ()(T. Washington, April 23. On esti mates supplied by the navy depart ment. Senator Hale, chairman of the f"tmte committee on naval affairs, has prepared and -,will introduce an amendment to the naval appropriation Mil. appropriating about $5. unit. 000 lor the immediate commencement of work on two battleships, torpedo boars and the other vessels, provided for in the bill HA1U DKH&SEIt AXU CIIIROPO DIST Mr. BamDtni, at ner parlor posite the Alvarado and next door to Hturge.s' cafe. Is prepared to glt thorough scalp treatment, do half dressing, treat corns, bunions and In growing nails. She gives mui' treatment and manicuring. Sir Hambml's own preparation of com pleiion cream builds up tho skin an Improves the complexion. and U guaranteed not to be Injurious. Bh also prepares a hair tonic that cura and prevent dandruff and hair fai' lng out; restores life to dead hair removes moles, warts and supernjoui hilr. Mdsaee treatment by vibrato! machines. For any blemish of ttu face call and consult Mrs. Bambini c Jesse P. M irr'.s, or Skippers, Va.. had a c lose call In the spring of 1906 He says: "An attack of pneu monia It ft me so weak and with such a fearful cough thit my frlenda de clared consumption had me, and death was on my heels. Then I was persuade, 1 to try Dr. King's New Dis covery. It helped me immediately and after taking two and a half bot tle. I was a well man ;,v.!".. I found out that New Discovery is the best reme iv for coughs and lung disease in all the world." fold under guar antee nt all dealers. r,'i.' and tl. Trial bottle free. I'.Ol'l.ll Kit. Po you know whr tni mean not a.-k our drivers to xotin it 'ou iMpr.niu. i.Ai ximY. Norfolk. Va.. April 23. While s.x u war dogs, resplendent wila great frowning armament and shinmg decks but nil unknown to history are sailing with f!-ags flying and hands playing from one Pacific coast city to another, toasted by thousands, a sad "little" -warship here ut Norfolk Is tugging restlessly at her mooring. elected, unnoticed, foi gotten If a battleship has any feelings, as Admiral F.vans once declared they had, then the pride of this one that was "not gond enough" sto go on pa rade has been cut to the quick. I am referring to -the Iowa. (luce the Iowa was good enough for Admiral Bob." That w a- only ten ars ago. too, at Santiago. It made history down there, if you remember, n the midst of shrieking, bursting hells, sinking boats and dving nu n. "Admiral Itob" was proud of the Iowa that day. Hi' stood on the bridge and he wasn't ashamed, par ticularly after the roaring had ceased mil Admiral Ccrvera and the otln r Spanish ofllcers came aboard th" Iowa and surrendered. if "Fighting l.oh" could hav. his old jdiip as she lay in tin seen yard ellVel f og here on "reserve duty" today, open in a bank of raw, chilling in marked contrast to his gayly-deco- rated ships in the sunny Pacific, it would have brought tears to the eyes of the grand old sea lighter. The Iowa seemed to be pulsating from bow to stern with chagrin ami humiliation. All of which brings out the fact one may look in vain in the roster of Admiral Kvans' fleet for names made famous in the Spanish war. Where is the famous Oregon".' It is not on parade. Yet it was the most talked of ship in the navy during the war. Inquiry at the navy department brought out the information the Ore gon is out of commission at the l'uget Sound navy yard. And where are the Massachusetts, the Indian-a and the Texas? They were well known years ago. The fact Is, Spanish war ships all back numbers. Tiny were le n a re not good enough to make the Pacific cruise. In the first plate they were too slow. The best authorities now place the life of a battle ship at fif teen years. For comparison take the Oregon, . -i i red modern ten years ago, and ...ig.a, iceently completed. The i. vempH 819. 4i, foot tons -of energy in five minutes of firing, and the lieorgia 3,!' 2, 1 72. In other words, the Georgia Is five times as effective as the Oregon. The advance in perfection is due to speed, increased armor, improved ma chinery throughout, Increased rapidity of fire, improved mechanism for handling the guns, more guns, better marksmanship and improved methods of training gunners. For Constipation. Mr. L. H. Farnham, a prominent druggist of Spirit Lake, Iowa, says: "Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets are certainly the best thing on the market for constipation." Give these tablets a trial. You are certain to find them agreeable and pleasant in effect. Price, 25 cents. Samples free. For sale by all druggists. CANADA TO PROTECT THE WOOL INDUSTRY I II oris Will lie Made lu .Make Hut) So Heavy 'I lull Piili-li 'oiiiMtl tlon Will lie Killed. Ottawa. April 23. The woolen in teiests of the Dominion have declar ed war against lirilish competition. They have sent to Ottawa a d. putu tion which asked for Increased protec tion to the woolen Industry. The complaint of the Canadian manufac turers is in the main directed against Hritish competition, and the desire.! change in duty rates, if the demand of the wool Interests are acceded to, will involve a general Increase in tin protivtion of all branches of the wool en trade in this country. Imported goods seem to be prefer red to the Canadian, although they lack the substantial value of the home-made product. It is declared kalso that the lirilish exporter is In the habit of "dumping" woolen goods in Canada ut much lower prices than they are sold for In the Hriti.sh mar kits, which adds to the severity of the competition that the Canadian manufacturers have to meet and ov crcome. however, by the use of Mother's Friend before baby comes, as this great liniment always prepares the body for the strain upon it, and preserves the symmetry of her form. Mother's Friend overcomes all tho danger of child-birth, and curries the expectant mother safely through this critical period without pain. It is woman's greatest blessing. Thousand eratefullv tell of the benefit and relief derived from the use of this wonderful remedy. Sold by all druggists ut ,$i.i)i) per bottle. Our little book, telling all about this liniiiit.nl, will be Lie tciu irec. Tte Braiiieid Rezs!:!or Co., tell. Oi. Sixty Have Been Thrown In Tvventy.Four Years. Killing and Injuring -Many. Itaivehnui. April 23. The citizen "f Karceiona rarely mounts a staircase without thinking of bombs, and is never certain that his walk in the Kanibia will not be interrupted by an explosion. Sixty bombs In twenty-four years- 4 li killed mid 1 a I w ounded have shaken his nerve. It Is the mystery, not the damage, that haunts him, for never in all these years has the secret of outrages been surprised nr betrayed. Men have been arrested, it Is true, and at tlvs moment a prisoner is being tried on the, charge of placing boinbs for the purpose of obi. lining rewards by making disclos uri to tne governm. Yet no light has ever been thrown on the mystery. A Well-Policed Cllv. An- t'i re no police".' you ask. Yes; tile police of Carcelima arc many wnd various. There is the ancient I log in it..-, who walks the street cloaked like a conspirat r. staff and lantern it: hand. l-.very night nt I 1 lie locks your trout door be you rich or poor -without asking if you are at It mic II tln iv is a fire or you tire in need of a doctor; if you have missed your last train, or been detained at the of fce. or have an curly appointment- whatever cause impels you to i tiler or to leave your domicile between the hours of 11 p. m. and 7 a. in - you mu-t summon lioghcriy bv clapping jour hands. For a penny he unlocks jour dcor what a memory he- must have! hands you a httte lighted taper, a id departs witli staff and I. in let ii in prof .aim Ci hour, and tin weather, and to warn all thieves whom ii inay go into concern that they had belter hiding. Then there are the mozos do escii i i dress like footmen and look y had just stepped down from adra, vvu.i a.s if tin y the back f the lord mayor's coach; the urban polict t as.ly mistaken foi Loudon metropolitan police; who have lyed their blue tunics scarlet; the somen mes. or special constables, or ganized and armed against robbers. and summoned by ringing of iiells; municipal police all discharged sol diers, with revolvers) and aide arms; government police, whose special duty is the detection of crimes, guardians of security responsible for order in the streets; the eivil guard, mounted and on foot a smart body of nu n who stand no nonsense and use the carbine or revolver without waiting to ak you for your birth certiflcatu; tinil bust, though not least, the new crim inal investigation department, under the direction of Inspector Arrow, an able and distinguished recruit from Scotland Yard. With so many guardians, ancient, medieval and modern, llarcelona ought to sleep soundly, and to walk securely. Perhaps the very multiplic ity of her custodians prevents the so lution of thi' mystery. The Allegvd 1 '.xplnsion. Let me give my own experience during the recent vifit of Kins Alfon so. After the first explosion 1 called upon a friend in the criminal investi gation department. He had heard untiling, but would inouire of the ur ban police. The urban police knew nothing, but a municipal policeman was on duty near the spot. The mu nicipal policeman had read of u. bomb in the newspapers but heard nothing unusual o nhis beat. A civil guard undertook to show me the spot and failed not from want of will or ef fort with the aid of a municipal po lice nftieer. In despair the municipal policeman .summoned two mozos de escuadra. while I seriously thought of inviting ancient Hogberry or Hound ing the tocsin for a special constable. Hut the mozos de escuadra, who dis guise themselves as footmen, guided nie to the place on the water edge 120 paces from the nearest point that the king could have possibly ap proached. After minute examination we discovered the iron condensing pipe in which the petard had explod ed without even cracking the pipe I went back to my hotel and lis tened to u Spanish Journalist describ ing lo a circle of admiring friend) the huge hole in the ground and the nar row escape of the king if the bomb had not exploded before Its time. Anx ious to be well informed. I offered a reward of $50 for the production of the bole In the ground. My friend declared that it had been covered UP (the w harf is of stone and concrete i. but if I was still unconvinced of tie ti rrilile ravages of the bomb he would send the editor of a Republican jour nal to show me the place which he had not visited. The editor came and walked straight to the Iron tube, and smiled when I asked for the hole in Every woman covets a shapely, pretty figure, and many of them deplore the loss of their pirliuli forms after marriage. The bearint of children iseiften destructive to the mother's 6hapelines:,. All of this can be avoided, n ry nimiiMk m U U ffl to BLATZ MILWAUKEE Every bottle bearing the familiar triangular label and every class that's drawn from a Blatz keg is full of character. Whether from Keg or Bottle the "Cream of Quality" it a i piatz promise. Just ask for ' Dlatz' and see that you get it. Mi:it-scilMs.s & ix) Wholesale Dcjilcrs, 313 West Central Ave. I'hono ICS. the ground; that, of course, was for the newspapers only. Together we made a pilgrimage t ' the scene of the second explosion, where, in a rash moment, I offered to carry in my pocket an ordinary llar celona bomb. This offer, which sav ored of contempt, mil."' h ive got wind, for on Sunday, when a fourth bomb exploded nod injured some r mar ket women, three deputations of Jour nalists solemnly waited on me with the iiniuiry: "What do you think now of our bombs?" I had to confess that llarcelona bombs had vindicated their reputation, though 1 shall al ways have an uneasy suspicion that in some way or other I wa directly responsible for that last and only ef fective lioml). Imiiv ef IVrpetramrs. If you ask who places the bombs and what is their purpose, you may take your choice from as man.v theo ries as there have been bombs. Here are a few: Madrid, because Catalans want home rule; Marseille and Henna because their commercial supremacy in the Mediterranean is threatened by Pareidolia; speculators, because they profit b- the depreciation of property; anarchists, because they have sworn to avenge the torture of prisoners -at Montjulch; I'nlonlsts. because they want to discredit the home rule move ment; home rulers, because they would substitute violence for argu ment; blackmailers, because they have lately been robbed of municipal grants and sinecures. Rational tind responsible men in Madrid and Barcelona are ready to defend any one of these theories. There Is onlv one that can lie refuted bj- argument. Anarchists do not propagate their doctrines b' sivretiiig bombs in the menu streets of the poor nr In obscure corners where they can injure only swie casual laborer. Their weapons are directed against the gov erning classes. That llarcelona bombs are instru ments of terror rather than of de struction 1. certain. They are feebl a.s explosives and are left in places where thev can do little harm. of sixty bombs, forty did not damage am ten caused deaths, four alone being responsible fur the loss of thirty-six lives and .'eventy-nino -wounded per sons. Though tne loss or nie ami to destruction of property may 'appear comparatively small, yet fear is a bad citizen, liaix'elona, thu rival of Mar seilles and Cenoa, has suffered from this visitation for u quarter of a cen tury, and has earned her title, thi City of Horn us. Hut she is getting tired of her reputation and It looks a.s If some one were KO'ng to suffer M. M MTARLAND WANTS ' FiGHT WITH NELSON Tun Clilnii:t I .lid-. May MitI in Mil uniikce Next Mould and Ileal Has I'luiilcally Keen Closed. Chicago, April I'ackey Mi-Far land and Itattling Nelson may be seen in tin- ring before Tom Andrews' Hadger Athletic club of Milwuuke some time in May. The little Chi cago whirlwind is not content. with resting uniil after be has trimmed the battler from Hegewiscb, aU. he is using i-verv effort to bring the Hum here for a battle. Andrew. is assist ing li i in in this purpose. Tom and McFarland have praclic ally closed and from tlu- wire receiv ed from Nelson early this morning it looks as though Ihe niiee durabl I lane would consent. In ansv,-r to . leli-uram sent Nelson last night t h Hegewisidi lad sajs: "No reason why I should urn tight I'ackey in Milwau ke, . ,ee b tier I am mailing you A battle between lllesc two Chi cago lighters, prob.lblv tile best glovi wi' Iders this eilv has ever turned out would create a I remi-mlous interc ut this section of the country, an i' is certain that for drawing powc t would have any tight that colli I le bille I here hacked off the boards Nelson, in letters received hen weeks ago. Intimated that he woiil accept a match with I'ackey In Mil a aukee and fcelst that the inducements would be as good there as out The Dane is confident of victory over McFarland and recently stated th t would be worth half the purs- have the honor of trimming the slock yards lad before bis own people. Just what the Nelson letter c tains is not known, but should there b. any hitch on the Uane's part i'ackey will accept a six weeks' the atrical engagement; an offer which was made him Sunday night. CHURCH STANDS FIRM ABOUT MALONEY MARRIAGE Millions of Martin Mahiney Will Not flutiigu DiH-lskHi ill Mixed Ittimuiice. Philadelphia. April 23. "What the millions of King Henry VIII. eould not accomplish certainly the millions of Martin Maloney will not bo able to do," iaiil Archbishop Ityan today. liscusslng the report that Helen Mil- loicy's fit in i I v regard Samuel Clark son its her husband. "With all his Inlliiencc King Hen ry VIII. tried to free himself from Catherine of Aragon, but history tells us that he t ,,;td so far as obtaining any aid from liio head of the church at liome. The church stands today as 1' did then on this question. It will always stand I lie same way to the end of time. "There was either a marriage or no marriage at all. If there was a marriage, no power, not even that of the pope, could ever bring about any further marriage ceremony for Miss Maloney which would be sanctioned by the church. The church recognizes only on,, marriage. There can be only one, and all the su.iterfuges of the law which cbve: i.i.vji-r. backed by money, twist to their clients' Interests are of no avail against the holy prin ciple for w-hich our church stands so far as the inviolate state of wedlock Is concerned. 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