Newspaper Page Text
Large aety of W atches, Clocks,
m l ·. FINE JEWELRY Silverware and Cut Glass, AT Music and Photographic Goods Lowest Repairing and Engraving Neatly and Prices Promptly Done i EYES TESTED FREE. GLASSES GUARANTEED TO FIT STROUSE S.,savre Jeweler & Optician AFTER THE PACKERS PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT SEEKS TO HAVE INDIVIDUALS PUNISHED. Chicago, April 11.-President Roose welt has once more taken a personal *and in the prosecution of the pack ers, according to the Chicago Chron icle, and the result is apparent in a resumption of activity on the part of the local federal officials. It has been announced that the effort to punish the packers as individuals is to be re aewed with promptitude and vigor. This is under direct instructions to IDistrict Attorney Morrison from the president and Attorney General Moody. Attorney Morrison has been directed to proceed against the packers under the injlnction of Judge Grosscup of the United States circuit court and also to seek new indictments before the next federal grand jury. The gov ernment agents are now at work se turing information which is to be ased as a basis of complaint before the grand jury next month.This evidence, it is said, will sustain a charge by the government that the packers as in dividuals have violated the injunction of Judge Grosscup. Several railroad officials have responded to questions "ut to them by government agents and the informatidh secured from the rail road men together with information volunteered by former and present em ployes of the packers, was declared by one of the federal officers sufficient warrant for the return of indictments against the packers. TRY TO LYNCH A NEGRO. New Yorkers Enraged at His Attack Upon a Woman. New York, April 11.-Infuriated by a brutal assault by a negro at night on Miss Isabel Oliver, a resident of Alabama, passengers on a Ninth ave aue elevated train made a desperate attempt to lynch the negro, who was only rescued when a policeman fought his way into the car and held the crowd at bay with his revolver. Miss Oliver was holding to a strap when the negro lurched against her. She re quested him to be more careful and he struck her in the face, splitting her nose, blackening both her eyes and knocking her down. Men rushed on the negro, raining blows on him and shouting "lynch him." The negro managed to defend himself until a station was reached, when a policeman boarded the car and after a hard fight dragged his prison or out. In the stationhouse Miss Oliver sprang at the prisoner and at tempted to stab him with a hat pin. Absolute Quiet Prevails. Windber, Pa.. April 11.-Absolute quiet prevails here in the mining sit nation, the only thing that marred the peace being a couple of shots fired by a boarding boss, who was promptly ar rested and taken to Jail at Somerset. Destructive Fire in Kansas. Wichita, Kan., April 11.-The busi ness portion of Belle Plains, twenty miles south of here, was practically destroyed by fire at night, causing a loss of $10,000. Would Abolish Raines Law Hotels. Albany, N. Y., April 11.-Governor Higgins has signed a bill which has sassed the legislature and which is designed to do away with "'Raines law" hotels. ELECTIONS IN NEBRASKA. Local Issues Involved and Results Are Very Much Mixed. Omaha, April 4.-Elections were held in all the cities and towns of Ne braska during the day except Omaha and Lincoln, which operate under spe cial charters. In this city primary elections to choose tickets to be voted for next month were held by the Re publican, Democratic and Socialist parties. The only straight partisan contest in the state was in South Omaha, where Thomas Hoctor, for mayor, and the whole Democratic ticket was elected. The present city administration is Republican. Local issues only were involved in most of the towns, the license question being most common. The results are very much mixed. E. A. Benson has won the Republi can nomination for mayor of Omaha by large pluralities over his three opponents. The Democratic nomihee is J. C. Dahiman and the Socialist can didate is C. F. F. Micheleen. SCHANDEIN WILL CASE. Three Contesting Heirs Receive Half a Million Dollars Apiece. Milwaukee, April 11.-The Milwau. kee Journal says the settlement of the Schandein will contest consists of the payment by Mrs. Clara S. Heyl (the principal legatee under the will at tacked) of $500,000 each to Emil I Schandein, Mrs. Ella Schandein Frank and Erik Hey], the three contesting heirs. These payments ore to be made in trust and represent roughly one-third of the estate which was left to Mrs. Heyl by her mother's will. The con testing heirs are to receive these amounts in addition to the portions awarded them under the will. The provision made by the will for Emil and his sister, Mrs. Frank, was a life Income on certain real estate esti mated in value at $600,).000. The property included in the new trust agreement is to go to Mrs. Schandein and children, if any, in case of the demise of the husband, Emil. ONE KILLED AND TWO INJURED. Big Brick Building at Pittsburg Col lapses. Pittsburg, Pa., April 11.-One person was killed and two others were slightly injured in the collapse of a five-story brick building here during the day. The victims were laborers The upper two stories had been dis mantled, when the remaining three floors fell with a crash. The ruins were completely over hauled during the afternoon without further bodies being found and at night the contractors announced that all the men had been accounted for. Want Conference Postponed. Washington, April 11.-The French ambassador has been informed tl.at the French foreign office has sent a dispatch to St. Petersburg saying that the French government would con sider it a favor if Russia would lend its influence to have the date of the second Hague conference postponed according to the wishes of the Am erican government. TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. August Belmont has purchased the English racing stallion Rocksand, paying $125,000. Arguments in the Green and Gaynot trial at Savannah, Ga., were brought to a close Tuesday. It is semi-officially announced that Emperor William's visit to Spain has been postponed until autumn. The thirteenth annual convention ol the International Association of Chiefs of Police is in session at Hot Springs, Ark. The reports that valuable goods were smuggled ashore from the bat. tleship Oregon at San Francisco have been found to be untrue. MARKET QUOTATIONS. Minneapolis Wheat. Minneapolis, April 10.-Wheat May, 76%c; July, 74%@74%c; Sept., 77%c. On track-No. 1 hard, 78'4c; No. 1 Northern, 77%c; No. 2 Northern 76/4@76%c. Duluth Wheat and Flax. Duluth, April 10.-Wheat-To arrive and on track-No. 1 Northern, 787/5c; No. 2 Northern, 767c; May, 78%c; July, 793/c; Sept., 787/$c. Flax--To arrive and on track, $1.16; May, $1.17; July, $1.18%: Sept.. $1.171. St. Paul Union Stock Yards. St. Paul, April 10.-Cattle-Good to choice steers, $email@example.com; common to fair, $firstname.lastname@example.org; good to choice cows and heifers, $email@example.com; veals, $1.50@ 5.00. Hogsfirstname.lastname@example.org. Sheep-Year ling wethers, $email@example.com; good to choice lambs, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Chicago Union Stock Yards. Chicago, April 10.-Cattle-Beeves, $email@example.com; cows and heifers, $1.75@ 5.15; stockers and feeders, $2.75@ 4.60; Texans, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Hogs Mixed and butchers, $email@example.com%; good heavy, $firstname.lastname@example.org%; rough heavy, $6(.email@example.com; light, $firstname.lastname@example.org; pigs, $5.85.i6.35. Sheep, $email@example.com; lambs, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Chicago Grain and Provisions. Chicago, April 10.-Wheat-May, 78%c- July, 78,%@78%c. Corn-May, 46,tc; July, 46c. Oats-May, 31%@ 1' c; July, 30%'c. Pork-May, $16. 42%; July, $16.40. Flax-Cash, North western, $1.13; Southwestern, $1.07; May, $1.15. Butter-Creameries, 14@ 20.%c; dairies, 14@19c. Eggs--16 c. Poultry-Turkeys, 12%c; chickens and springs, 1Zc. Turning Out Good - Houses? With poor or defective material is an impossibili ty. The way to economize is to use the BEST which we furnish at less than others ask for poor grades. YOUR NEEDS ARI SPECIALTIES * Your bill furnished complete from stock on hand, no waiting. Come in and tell us what you want to build. We will take pleasure in giving you pointers on the proper material to use. We will take More Pleasure in figuring the amount you will require And Still More Pleasure in figuring out just How Much You j Can Save by buying from us. JOHN O'BRIEN LUMBER COMPANY I Before you have any Plumbing S Water Connection Made See Havre 1 Plumbing Co.i.l I We also Carry a full line of pLUMBER'S SUPPLIES NEXT TO CLARK'S Phone 88 FEED STORE......ne I Stockmen's Meat Market F. H. WOODRING, Prop. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in . CHOICEST FRESH ANDo SALT MEATS ' Telephone No. 78 <gry our celebrated W est Cream 9A re ye ,,,W t and Saloon ..eiser c - er .m TOS. W. WEST PROP. "lft is a good fAing, ... usA if along..... C. W. YOUNG Prop. AL G. GRAY, Mgr. :,i" (f MONTANA CONCERTI - HALL - i AG ENT FoRi B . Montana Brewing Co. Keg Beer., i The best of old Whiskeys, Wines and Liquors. SHA YRI, - - lontana. W The Herald Does Fine Job Work SGood Things for LENT E have just received another shipment of I Salt, Smoked and Canned fish, and for the remainder of lent, which we are offering at the following prices. Smoked hinook Salmon @ 18C per lb. Whole Codfish @....... . 10C per lb. Boneless i I ....... 10C per lb. Boneless Codfish (1-pound Tablet) @ ......................121c per lb. Boneless Codfish (1 & 2-lb Bricks) English Bloaters @.......... 5c each Smoked Herring @ ....... 35c per box Salt Mackeral (English Breakfast) .@... ..................... 18 per lb. Salt Herring(Flag Holland)@ 18cper lb. Canned Mackeral in i 35 cent ! Tomoto Sauce..... Canned Mackeral in Value. Mustard Sauce..... for .... Canned Mackeral I, Soused ............ 25 cents iFresh Ranch Eggs Always S . .-On Hand - _+ ..Peter DesRosier. I LAMEY'S PLACE. . . GOLD BUG SALOON The Best Wines, Liquors and Cigars Always on Halnd. Everything Fresh. HAVRE KEG BEER, FAMOUS FITZGERALD RYE r+CCltIMSS44444444SS$$4SSS4444Ssaaaasasesasassasagss Is Your Nose on the Grindstone day in and day out wvithout hope of advance ment in wages or position ? Then the I. C. S. can help you. \Ve train ambitious men or women, in spare time, for positions that pay well because special training is required for filling them. If you want to change your work, we can train vou for a salaried posi tion in your chosen lprofession, without loss of time from your present work. Start TODAY to Rise! We can help you qualify, by mail, at small expense, for any of the following positions: Mechanical Engineer; Mechanical Draftsman; Electrical Engi neer; Electrician; Civil Engineer; Surveyor; Mining Engineer; Sanitary Engineer; Architect; Architectural Draftsman; Sign Painter; Show-Card Writer; Ad Writer; Window Dresser; Chem ist; Ornamental Designer; Bookkeeper; Stenographer; French, German, or Spanish, with Phonograph; Commercial Law. I rtA 7"O/). 1 , sa/aing position Ihat interests you, to INTERNATIONAL Correspondence Schools BOX 799, SCRANTON, PA. OR 'ALL ON OUR LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE: E. J. WALLACE, Great Fails. Mont.