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12 n THE muF WASHINGTON n cxriTiir TDIES MONDAY APRIL 4 1910
p LIVING COST PROBE PROBEWHERE PROBEIT
WHERE IT STARTED STARTEDSenate
Senate enate Committee Assured Assuredby Assuredby Assuredby
by All Witnesses They TheyAre TheyAre Theya
a Are Areot AreI Not 1 ot to Blame BlameINITIAL BlameINITIAL BlameINITIAL
INITIAL PRODUCERS PRODUCERSMAY PRQDUCERSMAY PRODUCERST
MAY BE SUMMONED SUMMONEDFarmers SUMMONEDFarmers SUMMONEFarmers T D
Farmers Who Raise Feed for th thStock the theStock theStock
Stock That Costs Big Prices PricesMay PricesMay PricesMaY
May Be Responsible ResponsibleBy
By J FRED ESSARYNow ESSARY ESSARYNow ESSARYNow
Now that the Senates cost of living livingprobe JIvingprobe ftvln ftvlnprobe g
probe hag continued for H month and andthe andthe an anthe d
the whole range of food production and andmarketing andmarketln an anmarketing d
marketing from the origin in the soil soilto soilto soilto
to the ultimate consumer has been beencovered beencovered bee beecovered n
covered the results are interesting inter tfng
First came Cll 1e the retail butchers and andSTOcerymen andJTocerymen an angrocerymen i
STOcerymen They purchased all of their theirgoods theirgoods theirgoods
goods from somebody else All their theirprices theirprIces theIprices r
prices were governed by the cost of th thcommodities the thecommodities thecommodities e
commodities in which they dealt None Noneof vonof one oneor °
of them according accordln to their testimony testimonywere testlmon testlmonwerA testimonywere
were maklnr more than a living profit profitSome
Some said they were not making that thatTherefore thatTherefore thaTherefore t
Therefore no responsibility could rest restupon restUDOn res e
upon them for or the high prices pricesWholesaler prIcesWholesaler
Wholesaler Next NextAfter
After these came the wholesalers and andJobbers andjobbers an anjobbers d I
Jobbers of meats eggs poultry and but ¬
ter They too purchased from rom others
They did not produce anything The Themaintained They Theymaintained Theymaintained y
maintained cold storages but contended contend
that these were ere in the Interest of th thers the theers theers
ers and the purchase
prices were
ex exers exers exers
ers ad the ourchas Durch purchase
prices rleeS were or ex exceedingly exeedln ¬
ceedingly eedln ly high Their eggg came from fro frothe m
the farmers tar rs and their butter
from va various vaI t trfous a ¬
rious markets all controlled
by the th °
Elgin prices That was about all al the th e
wholesalers could contribute to the sum su I
total of cost of living lIvln knowledge i iThe
The packers packersthe the Independent packers packerswere packerwere s I Iwere
were next called They declared they the y
were not controlled c br bo b arty ny influences b by
trade demands No trust prices pre ¬
vailed with them The Their charged high hig h
prices for meat because they paid high big I I
prices for live stock Therefore th the e
blame wan on the stock raiser I
To ret at the bottom of the situation n
the stock raisers have now been called calledr call ed edk
They < absolve b olve th themselves msdlv from all blame ede e
for r
the high prices
They are not mak ma k ¬
ing In ing = any more money mone than they the used to
and some seasons they were losing losingHearing lo losingNearing lnS lnSN
Hearing N caring the Caused Cause
They were oere geting high
prices
for their thei r
stock It hi true but
fn > then they the a are Pay ¬
ing higher i H
price for t
r
stock feed
such suchmatter su I
as corn and hay and
that Is whats the th °
matter They could not possibly poe Ibly sell se 1
for a less figure and
make
any mone
money at atO
all Everything that goes Into the
pro pr O ¬
duction of live stock hag advanced
Now the th food
probers
are up against again st
the
proposition of Inviting the farm fanner er r
who grows that corn to come forward forwa
and admit or deny that he is getting
all the money Beginning ret
with the re r e
taller and going goln down the
whole line lineM lbn e
each class of ° f
JT provision > handlers
shifted M < the has h
responsibility for the hl high gh I
prices
upon the shoulders of the class classBY cl a Cs I
back
of him
The farmer
Jt
18 the initial happens s
producer
There
peal beyond him Is no ap a P
There are the
bIg producing classes big packers and other oth er
which
summoned are to be
yet The
are Butter tru trust St
people ple the tea and coffee
dealers
sugar producers and the ti e
from
whom the
mittee com
would like to hear
that the they will ill te testify tlfy In such It may be 30
will spanner as
relieve the
farmer
blame for ot some of the
present conditions conditionsSAYLER
SAYLER CASE JUDGE JUDGEWARNED JUDGEBY
WARNED ARNEQDynamite BY LETTERS LETTERSDynamite LETTERSDynamite
Dynamite Threats Made MadeKern MadeKern MadKern e
Kern Opens Case for forthe forthe forthe
the Defense DefenseApr
W ATSEKA III Apr April 4Letters Letters i ln n
tended
to Influence Ju Judge < tee Dlbbell in his
rulings H in the Sayler murder trial
one
of which
contained
threats against his hisbe
Ute
and a warning that his
home wo would obi
be blown up with dynamite if
his rull rulings n gs
were ere favorable to the
defendants
have h e ye
been received eJved by that Jurist
One threatening letter was mailed at
a town in Ohio
Judge Dibbeli
refused refv std
to give tho name of the town Another Anot h let
letter was wa from Chicago and pretended pretend ed
to reveal the facts of the
tragedy which wh leh
resulted in the death of John Byron B yr on
Sayler last July JulyThe JulyThe JulyThe
The threat threat
that dynamite would be
used against the judge was contained contai contain nod
in n a letter
which charged
that rulings rule °
favorable to Mrs r5 Lucy Luc Sayler and andhn
friendly to the other defendants Jo John hn hnen
Grunden and Dr W T B
Miller had been b t en
made by the court tre
Judge Dibbeli Dibbellvealed re revealed revealed ¬
vealed the letter to the attorneys in the thecase theand
case and gave out part of the contents
At the conclusion of the
States pre presentation PrEffntatJon p re ¬
sentation of evidence the court refused refu refuto sed I
to terminate the case as asked by the
defense in a motion motionTne motionTne motionTne
Tne opening statement statem ± nt for fordpCenee defense was
made > by J W T Ken who ho outlined the
elfdefense theory on behalf of the thett
defendants He declared declar that the wit tt It ¬
nesses ne to the tragedy the three defend defe nd ndthe ¬
ants all of whom are to be put onstand on the
stand would tell of the terrific struggle strug gle
that Dr Miller had with ith Sayler Sa ler before belore bef ore
the fatal shot was firedThat fired firedThat 1rooThat
That Sayler was armed with an anand ax
and attempted to kill Dn Miller will be
the story told from the witness stand st and
ly l + y the defendants who will also declare decl declthat are
that not until he was in danger of be being nS nSthe
killed by the Infuriated Sayler didI did the theare
I rhysician fire fireThe lireTbe fireThe
The defense will m open Monday morn ma rn ¬
ing ingTENNESSEE in ingTENNESStE
inTENNESStE
TENNESStE SOCIETY SOCIETYWILL SOCIETYXILL SOCIETWILL Y
WILL BE ORGANIZED ORGANIZEDMeeting ORGANIZED1leeting ORGANIZEMeeting D
Meeting for the Purpose to toHeld Be BeHeld BeHeld
Held at Masonic Temple TempleTuesday TempleTuesday TempleTuesday
Tuesday TuesdayFor
For the purpose of perfecting perfectingan perfectinganorgan1aatlon perfectingorganisation an anorganisation
organisation of a Tennessee Society Societya Socl Sodia sty ty tymt1ag
a meeting of Tonneseeans has been beencalled beencalled b bcalled ten
called for Tuesday evening at atoclock 8 8oclock 8oclock
oclock at the old Masonic Temple TempleAmonR TempleAmolU TempleAmon
Amon AmonR the men scheduled to make makeaddresses makeaddresees m maddresses ice
addresses are Senators Taylor and andn
Prasler T7a ier and three Representatives one onerom ° n °
from rom each section of otFthe the e State Stat Statt
t
f
FULL MASONIC HONORS HONORSFOR HONORSFOR HONORSFOR
FOR AT LEE FUNERAL
Pallbearers Selected From FromVarious FromVarious FromVarious
Various Branches of ofThat ofThat ofThat
That Order OrderNATIONAL OrderNATIONAL OrderNATIONAL
NATIONAL RIFLES RIFLESTO RIFLESTO RIFLESTO
i TO BE REPRESENTED REPRESENTEDInterment REPRESENTEDInt
Interment Int rment to Be in National Cem CemI
I etery at Arling Arlington
ton tonThe tonThe
The observance of full Masonic honors honorsmarked honorsmarked honorsmarked
marked the funeral service and burial burialof
of Goodwin Yorke At Lee who diedFriday died diedFriday dIedFriday
Friday afternoon at his residence 13 13S 1 1S 3
S street northwest following an illness illnessof Ulntssor
of two years ears Services were planned for forthis torthis
this afternoon at the home the Rev RevWilliam Re ReVUJlam
William AI XL 1 Pettis of St Andrews Episcopal Epis Episcopal Episcopal ¬
copal Church officiating and burial was wasto wasto
to be In the National Cemetery at Ar Arlington Arlington ¬
lington lingtonPallbearers lingtonPallbearers IfngtonPallbearers
Pallbearers for Mr Ir At Lee have been beenselected beenselected beenselected
selected from the District Masonry MasonryThey Mason MasonThey
They are Walter aler A Brown and P RW PLee
W Lee representing the Grand Lodge LodgeJohn LodgJohn LodgeJohn >
John D Bartlett and C Co B Friebus rep representing r representing > p presentln ¬
resenting resentln the Eureka Chapter Charles CharlesB
B Bayly and Harry P Mason Of o the theFederal theFederal
Federal Lodge and George orge H Town Townsend Townsend
send sen d and S Edward Tomllnson of the theWashington theVashIngton theashington
Washington W Council CouncilMembers CouncILMembers CounciLembers
Members M of the old National Rifles Rifleswith Rifleswith
with which Mr 11 At Lee was connected connectedduring connecteddurini
during the early part of the civil war watthave warhave vrhave
have been chosen as honorary pallbear pallbearers ¬
ers e
ersMr Mr 11 At Lee was for many years secre secretary s secrery re retar ¬
terry tar ta ry and general manager of the Potomac Po Potomac Potomac ¬
tomac Terra Cotta Company He was waaborn wasborn W8 W8born
born in Detroit in 1842 184 but came t tWashington to to5hngton
Washington W 5hngton with his father upon the thelatters thelatters thepatters
latters appointment zi as librarian of the theTreasury theTreasury
Treasury Department and was educated educatedin
in the he local schools schoolsHe schloltHe
He was wasapPfIGited appointed to the nuirter mas masters JIHUiter mass ¬
ters tar s department shortly before fore the out outAnnual outSENIORS
SENIORS S COMPLETE COMPLETEPLANS
PLANS FOR PROM PROMAnnual
Annual Event of George Georgetown Georgetown ¬
town Graduating Classes ClassesAssured ClassesAssured
Assured pf of Success SuccessThe
The senior classes of Georgetown GeorgetownUniversity GeorgetownUniversity Georgetownniversity n
University U niversityplena have completed extensive extensiveplans exlenmveplans e
plans for the holding of the annual annualprom annualprom
prom at the Raleigh Hotel on the even evening evenIng eveng ¬
ing lu g of Wednesday April U 3 The affair affairwill anairwill alts r
will be held under the auspices of the thelately be belately h e eie
lately organized class society which whichworking ie ieworking Ieworking
working in the interest of the social socialactivity 80Ciaiactivity sodaactivity 1
activity of the school The Marine MarineBand ar1ne ar1neBand e
Band Orchestra will furnish the musicThe music rauslcThe mulcThe
The committee in charge of the affa affair affairIs r
Is composed of Hugh William WilliamiiBi Ill lam iiBi Barr Barrchairman BarrchalrmLni r rr
chairman N Sherwood Ferris Fer William WilliamLt VUliamL a
L Byrne Earl J 1 Mohn Waldo WaldoPearce R RPearce RPearce
Pearce Daniel Forbes Joseph D Me MeNuliy Meult
Nuliy ult Benjamin Maloney and Frank FrankCarlin FrankCarlin k
CarlinThe Carlin CarlinThe
The patronesses are Mrs Senator SenatorThomas SenAtorThomas r
Thomas H Carter Mrs Timothy Am Amberry Amy
berry Mrs Daniel W Baker Mrs M 4f j JCol i iColbert
Colbert Col rt Mrs lr8 Horace H Lurton Mrs MrsGeorge M MGeorge
George W V Ray Mrs lrs William Cogan CoganMrs COgaRMrs Coga Cogafirs n
Mrs George E Hamilton Mrs Irs John Jeh JehJames JohnJames nn n
James Walsh Mrs its Guldet Duryee Mrs trs trsJames
James A Gannon Mrs Daniel W l V VODonoghue
ODonoghue Mrs Irs Harry Har M Claliaugrs Clabaugh ClabaughMrs h
Mrs M rs Ashley M 1 Gould and Mrs Daniel DanielThcw DanlelThew Dana DanaThew el
Thew Wright WrightCHARGES WrightCHARGES right rightCHARGES
CHARGES ARE FACED FACEDBY FACEDBY FACEDBY
BY BROWNLOWS MEN MENTennessee MENTennessee ME N
Tennessee Postmasters Accused of ofPernicious ofPernicious o oPernicious I
Pernicious Activity in inPolitics inPolitics inPolitics
Politics PoliticsBRISTOL PoliticsBRISTOL
BRISTOL Tenn April 4 4It It f fearned was waslearned Ja8learned <
learned here today that almost every everyone everyone eve eveone rY
one of the postmasters who have been beenappointed beenappointed be beappointed en enm
appointed In Tennessee Tennes5 e upon the recom recommendation recommendation teen teenmendation m ¬
mendation of Representative Brownlow Brownlowof Broanloof w
of the First Congressional district has hasbeen hasbeen h hbeen
been charged with pernicious activity activityolitics inpolitics Inpolitics in
politics politicsThe politicsThe p olitics
The charges were ere made immediately immediatelyafter Immediateatter 1
after the refusal of the President to toappoint toappoint I
appoint E A Warren as postmaster at atBristol atUrlstol
Bristol on Representative Brownlows Brownlowsrecommendation Brownlowsrecommendation
recommendation and to appoint the theBrownlow theBrownlow ti a aen
Brownlow candidate for postmaster postmasterJohnson at atJohnson atJohnson
Johnson City The Sell faction is held heldresponsible heldresponsible he d
end
responsible for the opposition to Warr Warren Warrenand Warrenand en
and the Johnson City candidatewell candidate as aswell asell
well ell as for the charges against the post postmasters potmasters pee t ¬
masters mastersIn
In most cases the Brownlow post posttees postmas postmasters postmaste mss ¬
tees te are charged with getting out Inde Independent Independent Ind ¬
pendent Republican candidates to defeat defeatthe deteatthe def eat
the regular nominees and elect Demo Democrats Demoera o ¬
crests cratsThe era 15 15The
The taking of evidence to oust the theBrownlow theBroYnlow ti e
Brownlow BroYnlow postmasters has been begun begunFLEET begunFLEET beguFLEET to
FLEET ON ITS WAY WAYTO x A Y YTO
TO DRILL GROUNDS GROUNDSJCORFOLK GROUNDSXORFOLJ S
JCORFOLK Va April 4 cThe The Atlantic Atlanticfleet Atlanticfleet Atlan tic
fleet set sail today toda for the southern southerndrill 50ttherndrill soothe rn
drill grounds off Virginia Beach The Thelength Thelength Ti Tiength e
length l of the stay of the fleet at sea is isuncertain Isuncertain
uncertain and depends largely upon seati the theprogram theprogram ti e
program of tactical evolutions evolutionsThe
The fleet Is also awaiting awaltln the comp comple completion completlon 1e ¬
lion of two targets targ ts for gunnery prac practice praclice pr prlice ac ¬
lice now being made at the Norfolk Norfolkyard Norfolkard Norfo lk
yard ard The coming comln practice will be for forbig forhiS f or
big guns gunsOHIO sunsOHIO
OHIO COLLEGE BURNS BURNSTOLEDO BURNSTOLEDO
TOLEDO Ohio Ohi April A rll 4 Students Studentsand Slu Studer ents entsand tg
and teachers at the College of Friends Friendsnoar FrIendsnoar Frien Friennear is
noar Barnesville fought fire until the thenames theflames t he heflames
flames drove them from the main mainbuilding mainbuilding ma
building consuming the structure and andentailing andentailing a nd
entailing a loss of 50000 50000Not 50000Not
Not i al any anyTho In Inany y Milk Trust TrustTha
The Original and Genuine GenuineHORLICK GenuineHORLICKS
HORLICK HORLICKThe HORLICKSMALTED
MALTED MILK MILKThe
The Fooddrink for All Ages AgesMore Ageslfore AgesDore
More healthful than Tea or Coffee Coif ee
Agrees with the weakest digests digestion o n
Delicious invigorating inrigoratin and nutritious nutritiousA nutntlo
Rich milk mal malted ted grain lD powder form formA for LB
A quick lunch prepared In n a rlinu minute minuteTake minuteTake le
Take no nosu substitute Ask for HORLICKS HORLICKSOthers HORLICKSOthers
Others are imitations imitationsIfl
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GOODWIN YORK AT LEE LEEof LEEot LEEof
of th the civil war anu except for a tthort tthortservice tlhortrvlce asho ashorvice rt
service se rvlce in th the Natlvii Nath ual Rifles R ftee at th the time timeGeneral tilDeGen t
General Gen < tral Jackson was a3 threatening threat threatdetendeles the thedefen4e thedef
def detendeles defen4e nle Capital ae < e remained remainedemploy In H Hemploy tttI tttIemploy
employ until the close of the war He HeWHS Hewu H Hwas e
was a thirtysecond degree member of ofthe ofthe o othe f
the Scottish Rite Masonry Muonr Muonrlr
Mr lr At Le is survived by his wife wifeand wifeaDd
and an d six ix children The children are Mto MtoA MieaA Dt DtA >
A Nay At Lee Miss Louise Lou At t Lee and andMr aDdXnI ant
Mr M rs Alfred T Gage of Washington uashfrtatonLieut WashingtonLieut Washl on onLIEut
Lieut William E At Lee of o the Rev Revenue ReYnu ¬
enue nu Service Mke Richard A At JE > of ofLos ofAnltIf o oa f
Los Lo a An AnltIf el Cal and Frank V At A Aof Le Leof Lee Leeof
of Richmond Va VaHarvard VaCLAIMS
CLAIMS C THE POLES POLESWERE
WERE ONCE TROPICS TROPICSHarvard TR0PICHarvard I I I
Harvard Geologist Declares DeclaresChange DeclarChange eS
Change Due to Earths EarthsAxis EarthsAxis
Axis Shifting ShiftingBOSTON ShiftingBOSTON
I
BOSTON Awn 4 4The The North NorthSouth and andSouth aadSoutb
South Pole were once she hottest part partof partsor 1 4
of the earths rth rurface udae according accordingProt to toProf toProt
Prot Jay Ja B Woodworth of Harvard HarvardHe HarvardHe Hare
He says that the coal ol reached by bywan Peary Pearywa Pearywa p
wa wan once covered ered with palm trees and andbaked aDdbaked a
baked by b the fierce rays ot a tropl troplsun tropIun
sun un unJorom
sunFrom
From the re results u1ta of his geological Ke geologicalarches JoclcaI JoclcaIBeArebes re researches ¬
searches se arches In Chile Ch e Peru and other tropi tropical tropical tropcal i ¬
cal countries Prof Woodworth main maintains maInI map ¬
tains ta lus that tens of thousands of years yearsago yearsabo yearsago
I ago the earths th axis shifted and what whatwag whatas whatwas
wag as then the tropics became 1 eeaate our arctic arcticzone eUc eUczone
zoneProt zone zoneProf zoneI
I ProC Woodworth was the head of the theSbaler
jSnal Sbaler r expedition to Chile to study the thegeological thegeological thegeological
geological formation of that country countryWhile countrytilhile
i
I While there he discovered evidences ofa of ofa
a glacial formation showing 8 that the thenow thenow
j i now torrid country was covered la the theprehistOric therehistoric
J i prehistoric p ages by ice ct and snow This Tplsglacial nlaI
j
I glacial lacial formation he found extended extendedover extendedover
j
> over the isthmus of Panamaand as tar farnorth tarI tarnorth
I north as the parallel which extend extendthrough exteDdtthrough extendsthrough
through central Maine MaineI MaheThe
I The fauna and flora found in the gla glacial ctaclal gtadal ¬
cial deposits depo lt8 of Chile and Peru were werealso wereal werealso
also al o distinctly dlstlnctl of the arctic type typeHUIIIMPIUP typeCONVINCING
CONVINCING HUIIIMPIUP CING CuntSlight LUREOf Plinr LURE
Of SKIN SKiNTORTURE TORTUR TORTURSlight
Slight ht Red Eruption Grew to be beTerrible beTerrible
Terrible Sleepless Nights and andRestless andRestless
Restless Days Made Life a Burden BurdenWas BurdenWas
Was Completely Discouraged DiscouragedCUTICURA DiscouragedI
I CUTICURA CURED CUIRED AFTER
I 16 YEARS OF SUFFERING SUFFERINGFor SUFFER i NG NGI
D DII
I
II For sixteen long years I have been beensuffering beensu1fe
suffering su1fe ng with a bed case of skin dis disease diseuc disease
ease While a child childtbere childere
ff f jh there thereon ere broke cut a red redre
re S 5 < T 80re on the le legs e s i06 i06f juet juetin Jusin t
in back ol my knees kneescaused kneese
e f a caused by a tight col coloredgarter
Q 4 O oredgarter At first firstj firs t I Iit
j < 3I it seemed to be beslight a aVs aslight ta
Vs jy slight affair but graduall grad gradl gradually
< l AAV uall ually ally it waxed from fromVW fro rom rombed m
VW Vs bed to worse and a at atS mt md t
S V7 V la last t I saw I had a bad badskin ba d
V r skin disease I tried triedj4 triedmany tri ed
j4 many man y house remedies remediesand remedi edes es
N y and also alsoy alsomany 10 many widely
known doctors In di dif ¬
ferent cities but butte to no satisfactory result
The plague bothered me more in warm warmweather warmweather
weather than in winter and being on my m
leg joints it made it impossible for mo meto moin
to walk and I was forced for to stay indoors
in the warmest weather weathertime weatherMy weatherMy
My hopes of recovery were by this
time time spent Sleepless Slceple s meats nights un and rest ivov
less days made life an unbearable bur ¬
den At last I was advised to try tho
Cuticura Remedies and I did not needmore need needmore neodmora
more than a trial to convince me that
I was on the road of success this time
I bought two sets of tho Cuticura Remedies Rem Remedies Remedies ¬
edies CuticuraSoap Cuticura Soap Ointment and
I Pills and after those were gone I was wasa
a different man entirely The Cuticura
Remedies certainly did a ag great t deal for
me as it changed my whole w hole career from
bad to good am now the happiest happiestI
I i man that there is at least lea t one true cure
for skin diseases Leonard A Hawtof
11 Nostrand Ave Brooklyn N Y YJ
J July 30 and Aug 8 81909 81909Rest 1909 1909Rest 1909Rest
Rest and peace fall upon distracted
households when Cuticura enters All
that the fondest of mothers desires for fori
i the alleviation of her skintortured and
disfigured children is to be found in warm
baths with Cuticura Soap and gentle gentleanointings gentleanointings
I anointings with Cuticura Ointment
Guaranteed aboolutell absolutely pure and may maybe be beused beused
used from the hour of 0 birth birthCuticura birthCUtlcuJ1 birthCtttlcun
Cuticura Soap 26c Ointment Me Reselvent
COc and ChocotaW Coated Pttto < 26cj Ste are MId ee
tbroujrtiout the world Potter Drug Dru 4 Cera Corp
Sol sole Props fro a 1ST Columbus Are Boston BostonWMallpd BostonDrJlall1d Bostonaaitaned
WMallpd Free Cuticura Book on the Cure of Skin
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GATES OF NATION NATIONCLOSED N NCLOSED
CLOSED TO SLAYER SLAYERGreek
I Greek Halted by Immigra Immigration
tion Officers Tells ofCrime ofCrimein of Crime Crimein
i in J ative Land LandLrcridas LandLrtridu LandLecridas
Lrcridas Mltmkas classed as II an an ansirable unfslrable noesirable
> sirable citizen by those guardians guardiansf
f ln the < nations ge 10 whc II work in the tfccImmigration HieJmrnlgratlon theimmigration
Immigration Bureau B reau awaits in the thei theth
i xth th Precinct Station house lIou of this thtey hl hlthe
y I the unwinding un unwfnejjtng inlng of Official red tapet tape tapeat tapeat
t at he might be sent ent back to th thViifnlan the theI
Viifnlan 1 I nlan r hills where h ht wa was bornIdearrr born bornI bornHfarfr
I Hfarfr > arr of a famous name and a d spring springfrom springduced pnftl
1 from the race tht thetro produced duced thVorf thVorfjnal the orl orlTlal
onal
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f i ugh Europe and part of America Americavjth Amerlcai Amerlcaih Americah
> vjth h the idea Id that the officers of orW tle tleW tlyew
W were w erE re after him for a little affair affairit < < air airLt
of it resulted in OM tb death of H f f4dJow f4dJowntryman feilowintryman ik > w wmtryman
mtryman He doesnt consider naIder the thet
< t with Ith which hJc he believes himself to totharged toHI tot
t tharged mrged HI ged at home a crime but it Itfficient was waefficiont wasfficient
fficient to send him hotfooting itr it itrtantly Itr4ntly
rtantly r < tantly from August A 190 1JII8 until th thpr thf the thei
f pr prFcnt > ftnt tint time and he thought he heix heIS hebeing
ix being b4 > inf arrested for it Friday rlda when wheniwigrnft h hn hninliglnht n ni
i migrant Inspector tor Felder M o Bltt Bltte B < < JtI JtII
I < e and nd detective P Patrtck Patrick > OBrtenuMil OBrienh OBrten
uMil ti iii h Policeman Xewkirk took him himto himtry
to tustodjr tustodjrHut ustodyYut ustod7But
Hut such wa was not tn tk case Mltrakas Mltrakasaccused Mttr dttrakassccused ku kuaccused
accused of killing kA one Jsjinte Jann Dennis Donnlswhone Denniswhose
w whose ho attentions to Mttrakac1 sisier sisierwere sib sibtests I1c
were Wfr e not approved by the broth brothy broUrxpair < w Thetee The Tteepair I
pair met one bright sunny 7 afternoon afternoonand af afand atand tee I
and Mitrakas J Undine them t tgetllY tgetllYafter tafet > getrsr getrsrafter her
after having haviR < < wanted the unde undeefrHd undartr tr suit suitor IA IAor suitto ¬
or to be off shot 3b t him and Itt nurriod nurriodly
ly Mitrakas has been rather hurried hurrfedin hurrt hurrt1ft
in his movements ever since and does doesn cIeeaI d
n I know whether or not Dennis DeuI li soc onecrnabed soccuoibed IIUCeubed
crnabedeither cuoibed cuoibedNeither eubedNeither
Neither N do the imtni I Immigration ImmigrationBut 7 tioa n ofiCfeisJe ofiCfeisJeBut onetIsBut
But tn the latt latter r were wr aware that Mitra Mitrakas JtUtrakaa lrilttrae ¬
kas ha s shot someone meoee at some time t timfinest e aba and ad adMltee i
finest didnt look upon hl b > t coming to tothis totb
this tb thi s country hi an altogether to ether fagot fsworabte faworable fagotable
able light lightThey IiEhtThey t tThey
They will 111 therefore tht ee send hfan away awn awnfrom
from A2n Al2erleaa rlca8 s shor chorea s What hat hatto happens happensto
to him vhen hen he reaches reach s his own coun country em emtry ¬
try they neither Know and it fs fsrrying u > not notworrying notworryin
worrying wo rrying < < them much muchPROCEEDS ranchPROCEEDS
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PROCEEDS OF PLAY PLAYTIED PLAYTIED I
TIED UP BY SUIT SUITWoman SUI SUIoman T
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Woman W oman in Audience Sues Charity CharityProduction CharityProduction CharityProduction I
Production for Injury toEre to toEye toEye
Eye EyeXIXNKAPOUS EyeEAPOLlS
MINNEAPOLIS EAPOLlS Minn April 4otAoe 4 fBox fBoxotaee Box Boxoffice
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office receipts of Profesor PJ f Xapoleon Xapoleonan
an amateur extravaganza extra presented at atthe atthe a ae t
the th e auditorium have been atached by bythe b bthe Y
the attorney for Mr MrL C H PeaXs w wit who whoIt whoaid
It te said today may lose her right righteye riskere t
eye a a a result of bins struck by a atennis alennls
tennis ball batted from the stage during duringa curl
a performance of the extravaganaaSnit extra extravaganza VIJDaa VIJDaat
Snit 3 alt t for rp0A91 MoM H damages was wasgainst begun begunagainst becunapinat beguntie
against a the promoter of the show tie tieIng tieInC
InC up not only the chare of the show showpromoters ab abpromoten s6Dtatoters ow i
promoters but also the percentage pereeDt in intended Intfnd intended ¬
tended tfnd for the th support of the Bheltes BheltesIng 8helt 8heltIne l3beltIns
Ins Arms Orphanage Orph in behalf of o which whichthe whl xhtkthat h hthe
the society aoclft people Ie of the city eft gave their theirservices theiraenices r
services to the production
Western Ranches Are FewerBut Fewer FewerBat FewerBut
But Cattle More Numerous NumerousSettlement NumerousettIement 1STirmerousSettlement
Settlement of Grazing Lands By Small Farmers Said SaidNot SaidNot SaidNot
Not to Have Affected Quantity of Stock Raised RaisedBeyond RaisedBeyond RaisedBeyond
Beyond the Missouri
PIERRE S D April 4 4ZIuch dd JIuch iuch hasbeen has hasown basIHHm
own said about the affectof effect ot the agrf agricultural agrfevltuC agrferiturti ¬
cultural evltuC sedlemeat ot the lands west wo t of ofUK ortIN ofthe
UK rivet rlv r upon p a the live stock Industry Industryand Industryand Industryand
and the general verdict has been thatutside that thatoutside thatOU
outside OU o 8 the big reservation re ervaUon pastures the thehomesteader thehotne thehomesteader
hotne homesteader teader has practically destroyed destroyedthe
the range stock business businessThe bualn8SThe
The marketing market1n of live stock in the theState theStte
State has na from year to year u shown shownmarked shownmarked shownmarked
marked growth but the presumption presumptionha pre umpUon umpUonhq
hq h ha as been be n that the increase from the thefarms thefrJP5 thearms
farms f arms ha baa been sufficient to overcome overcomethe overcomethe overcamethe
the lots upon the ranges rangesThe rans ransThe rangesThe
The only method of ascertaining the thereal thereal thereal
real effect of the homestead honIe tead movement movementon
on live stock is J through th the > assessment assessmentrolls a sSSeesanenrolls eeemen eeemenrolls
rolls In InWI ttOt ls the homestead movement movementbegan movementegan
began b egan and the assessment nt rolls roll of that thatyear thatyear thatl
year l ear showed in the range t counties countiesutt count es esRutteIndndlnr
Butte RutteIndndlnr utt Including cludln the present Harding HardinDd
and Dd Perkins PerkinsLyman Lyman Pennington and
Stanley fanle > r tt2 19wiR 2 horses 9MSf W 3tMcattle cattle and and2S3S1 andStm
2S3S1 sheep > he p Three years ye rll of home homeBteading homeateadtnft I
Bteading has followed covering covexi ° all of ofthese ofthee
these counties with settlers until un l there theres
is I s only a modicum of vat vaiant ant land re remaining remainins ¬
maining and the assessment a e ment of 19M 19Mshows 1JIIIahow lSlshows
shows s for the same territory 725W 725Whorses i5tbona 7
horses 21175 17i cattle and 27033 It sheep sheepVESTRY sheepVESTRY sheepVESTRY
VESTRY MEMBERS MEMBERSARE lvlEMBERSARE
ARE PALLBEARERS PALLBEARERSSeveral
Several Organizations Represented RepresentedAt
At Funeral of James JamesR Jarn JarnR
R Cook Cookthe CookPIIINJraI CookFuneral
PIIINJraI services for Ja James R Ce Cok < k kUIe
the aged employs of th t the e Weather Bu Bureau B Bwere + ¬
reau were held this U a afternoon at the thefamily therlUDuy th thinept
family residence OK M street north northwest iiortkwest rtk ¬ i iw
1
west w t Th The Rev Dr Talbett TaJb U rector of ofSt o o9t i
St Pauls Episcopal Church officiated officiatedand olfteltedaM officiatedand
and burial was in Rock Creek Cornet Cemetery CemeteryThe CemeteryTIle sty
The pallbearers were members of the theSt he I
ga St Michael rbael and All Sours vestry v ry Deie Deiesitv e
gacity pU6u tions were prftent resent from the UAlver Univerga
sitv city Club of this this city and the Michigan MichiganState XleblpnState Mchigastate a
State Association AssociationMr II
Mr r Cook died Saturday morning mondn s shis at t th I Ihi
hi h his residence He wa wu a native of ofMichigan otX1c
Michigan X1c and for many years practklaw practiced practicedlaw I Ilaw
law in that State He H also took active activepart actfvpart I
part in both State and national politics politicsand pollUcand politicand
and was secretary eecr tary of the Repu RepuCorsgressional Republican n I IConarescionai I
Conarescionai committee eo unIttee daring Gar Garfields Garftelds Garfields
fields campaign campaignMr campal campalMr
Mr Cook CO k came anw 10 0 Washington in 1 1as 1888 1888as 1saaII
as II chief clerk of the Weather Bureau BureauHe BureauHe u
He held this office for more than Fitt fifteen fifteenyears e n nng
years resigning I In I5 0A6 A6 and a aanother accepting acceptinganother < < epU epUanotbeor eP ng
another position Ition in the same service serviceMr ce ceKr
Mr Cook Is survived auntv by four daughters daughtersMrs da daughtersMrs ter8
Mrs 18 Bessie Cook Prato Mrs D E
G Grxes sea and Mrs Irs Ull Lillian Cook Doherty Dohertyof
of Washington and Mrs J T H Dyke Dykeman Dykeman
man of Evansville Ind One son Jams JamaB n
B Cook and one sister lJi ter Mrs 18 Rachel B
Fuller of Caro Mich also a o survive surviveBRYAN surviveBRYAN
BRYAN IN PORTO RICO RICOgA I
1 SAN gA JUAN JLA AN Porto Rico April 4 tBe Be Before ¬
fore sailing mne for Europe William tltam Jen Jennings J Jnfnga Jenninp ¬
nings Bryan Br n will return turn to the United nStates
States Mr 1 Bryan arrived here yester yesterday yNterday yest er ¬
day and will be the th guest of Governor GovernorColton GovernorColton m
Colton for about ten days < < He H was wasgreeted w wgreeted as
greeted Kreet at the pier by a large crowd
I
Or a marked increase ncrease of rf c sack da sect of
live stock stockA stockA
A further analysis aRal Si6 of the cattle re ¬
turns shows aii 1 1ol ol Increase elease of yo CHIng ag stock stockand stockand tGckand
and of much rows I and nd a decrease deer of
other cattle Tn or Tea j figures show conclu conclusively COfteIuptvely ¬
sively that the th homesteader has not de destroYed destroyed ¬
stroyed the lave Jv stock industry but has hasncreased
increased I it As a matter of fact he heihas heas
ihas has h as destroyed ile troyed the picturesque old time timeanching
ranching r business and broken up the theg tb
br hig > g bands into little home herds for forwhich torwhIch fo r
which he supplies over st ver and shelter sheltern
in I n case of a hard winter inter and he has
placed placedthe p ieed the business upon a surer basis
than it ever before was
While Ue the homesteader bome tea4er hts given an
impulse to general farming ic I the trans
MlMouri I ri region and a good deal of ofgeneral otgeneral o ogeneral =
general cropping Is done and will in iocreaae ascrease ¬
crease with each year still the sec ec ¬
lion remains what it always has been I
from the remotest ages a great nat natural natural natural ¬
ural pasture buried in sweet grasses grasseswhich grasseswhich
which hleb afford summer and winter feed teedNOvJeN
snowless in the average year ear and lid the theo1Ee thewise
wise homesteader home teAder takes advantage of o
his natural natur d environment starts a herd
of cattle tt horses or sheep and develop devele I IIt
it I t as 5 rapidly as a possible po sibJe Stock grow growag ¬
ing In b ag and dairying are now and lid arway aIwa aIwawi s
wil wi J be the lines of least resistance resistanceupon resistanceupon
upon which hleh the western Dakota farm farmer fanner ¬
er will ill win success successHORSES SUCCe8HORSES successHORSES
HORSES NOT HALTED HALTEDBY
BY DRIVERS DEATH DEATHStricken DEATHStricken DEATHStricken I
Stricken In Wagon Henry Snyder SnyderContinues SnyderContinues Si3yt1 Si3yt1Continues
Continues Ride In Buf Buffalo Buffalo Buffalo ¬
falo Street StreetBUFFALO StreetBUFFALO StreetBUFFALO
BUFFALO N Y April 4AltbMdt 4AltbMdtcokI 4tit 4titcold AKbowffh AKbowffhoold hergh
cold In death Henry Sayeer sixtyfive sixtyfiveyears IItxtyftveYeArS sixtyfiveyears
years old rode hi his seat behind IH > Idnd a ateam ateam
team of horses bore several block through tIvourbWitt h
D De Witt street this 1 morning At the
tune there were many people in 1 n
the street on their way to church Many
had d passed d Snyder SnyderWhen SnYderthe i
When the he horses turned the corner of o
De Witt Wit t and Bradley street the HI body bod bodas Y
wee as jolted from the seat at It lay on ft the t
pavement and a crowd of people rushed rush41to rush
to lend l ntl aid They found Snyder dead dea d
The horses had stopped when wbe > n their dr r
driver fell fellOn feltOn
On February F bruar 1 his wife died H He
brooded over o r his loss n85 n > is This T with heart K
disease Medical X ial Examiner Danzer D DZft said saidwag 1Id1as
wag the tn cause of death deathWe d ath athGood
Good Spring Tonic TonicWe
We have taken Hoods Sarsparilla Sarsparillafor Satgepariifor a
for a spring gprln tonic and as a blood puri purift puriftr purlr
ft ftr r Last spring I wa was not well at attrots aU allWhen aUWbe auand
When Wbe I went to bed I was ttred tirednervous and andnerroue andDeI1OUll andh
nervous and could nee sleep well u in n the themorning th thmornhlg t h e ethat
morning I would fed twice t a as tired tiredmy tiredmy tiredmy
my mother got a bottle of Hoods 6a 6aaparflla Sar Sarfeaparilla r i iprilla
feaparilla prilla which I took I f felt tt like llk lakenew a anew apenon
new person when I had finished finishedbottle that thatbottle thatt7 t tb6UIe
bottle We always nave some of Hood Hoodmedicines Hoods Hoodsjrethciaes HoodsJrt
medicines Jrt klfte5 in the house Hihrey Hostile HostileMarinclte Ro ResellMarinette eIIe eIIearlnett t7
Marinclte arlnett Wte WteThere VllLThere
There is ne ju just t as good medicine medicineInsist medIcl1teIMlllt 0
Insist on having Hoods HoodsGt HoodsGt
Gt G + t it today toda in usual liquid form formchccolated or orchocolated orChvoolated
chocolated tablets tablets called Sarsatabe
fi
Appendicitis AppendicitisHow AppendicitIs AppendicitIsa B pendicitisB a
How To Arold ToIIi It and Escape a Sir Sirglcal SugIcal SargicaI
i glcal Operation Told By Oae OaeWho OaeWho
Who Knows KnowsJL
JL a Simple 2 Meth04 etbe4 That T t is Always AlwayoWou E Ecaclons lZ lZeactoas
caclons Trial Paoiaje Pres PresIt FretIt PresIt
It has ha only been a few years since IIInowaa sinswas ir irwa
wa was discovered that a surgical rgicaI operation operationwould OJNQtiQnwould operationwould
would cure appendicitis m fact it hs h i
been but a short time sine since aee the diseasewas disease diseasewas 4 ease easewas
was discovered d llCOVere4 and a named namedWhenever DmedWb4mever namedWhatever
Whenever there is an inflated condi condition ¬
den of The appendix catttsed ea by htgpactaeces Impact i
fxeeeg f aeces In the small u cavity epaniag in inthe int inttht inrthe
the intestine tate tbM you then have ve appenci appencicttto 8pSerdolder aprerLt
cttto ctttoThe t tfs tfsTbt
The older doctors doetonUMid used to calf this hI Infiaatmrattlota in inflammaiiou i iftanuDatioIt
flammaiiou of the bowels bow and were puz puzI p Z Zzki4 ztsled
I zled to know the causeEven cause caUREven
I Even now 01r with all the knowledge kDowIedgrbye weave we
have h ave of the disease no medical man cartell can cantell A Atell
tell you why we should have aa apper apperdlx app ap >
I dix why we find it where ft Is or who whaare whoare he hele
are le Its functions fuactio If It has any anyThe lIT lITTlte
The disease for f which the operation is isa L La
a cure is usually usual ea caused Nd by > > 7 isjdsgestion isjdsgestionaad ti tind
aad a nd m many cases follows toll a large e ana
lMige8 irtli Indigestible geotfiik bIe meal mealPhysicians meaLPbyatdaa mealPhysicians
Physicians have until reeeady recommended recon reconmended neonJlMD
mended JlMD ed an operation bat BOW as it itknown a anown s sknown
known k nown that it is caused caa a by indigestion indigestionor
or dyspepsia a cure without an opera operation operatJon operaton ¬
ton is assured assuredWhere aauredItere assuredWhere
Where Itere the patient Is treated wt wtStuarts wrh wrhStuarts
Stuarts Dyspepsia T Tablets T the ur urhealthy L Lealthy
h y conditions cora tlons prevailing pevat r rapidly disappear dis disappear dlsaPJHIr
appear the stomach and intestines s ar arplaced arpJaeed areplaced <
placed back in their normal condition conditionevery CODditionevery conditionevery
every organ of the body operates as it itshould j jabou1d ishould
should and the inflammation is reduce reduceand reduce1and reducesnd
and a nd the operation Is avoidedConscientious avoided avoidedConscientious avoidedCon8defttloua
Conscientious phystciaas who are look lookog
ins l og after the best Interests o of their pa patterns patifat ¬
fiesta will always keep a supply of
Stuarts Dyspepsia D Tablets bandy haDd in intheir inthetr
their office whore in cases c of sudden suddenattacks n nattacks
attacks a of indigestion they can relieve
the patient p eDt at once onceThere 0DCeIt onceThere
There is BO It > record of 0 a ease of ap ¬
pendicitis pondi tti where the stomach and bow bowels 00 00eIa boaela ¬
els here ere in a healthy condition ant anlproperly a antproperly l
properly 0 = digested the food from meal mealNo
to meal mMuNo
No better advice can be given to any
on ens who w o has attacks of indigestion n or orwho 0 orwho
who 110 has been threatened with appendi ¬
citis than to tell him to go to the drug
tore star pay i4 cents ta and take home a age a
package ge of Stuarts Dyspepsia Tablets TabletsWhenever
Whenever heartburn ga gas In stomach stomachor tomachor
or bowel heart disease or stomach MtODIC l
troubles sour eructation acidity adIItt or
fermentation f tJon are present act at once onceu
Take a i dose of th the T Tablet and pit = et re r
u IJtf > f as soon as possible possibleAt
At all druggists d drugatsteo0 cents cenUL8e
Sent7 8e us your name anc aJI and address addr today todaymatt
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