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fi IF IT 00ES NOT APPEAR IN THE REVIEW IT DIDN'T HAPPEN VOLUME 40. :Si si Si 14 Cannot Assist in Laying the Corner Stone Saturday, JUDGE CONNER WILL SPEAK. Other Noted Speakers From Over the ,yj'.^'.County will Make Addresses. Music ,Furnished by the Band. Oar readers will be disappointed to =5! learn that Secretary Shaw cannot be here next Saturday to assist in the laying of the corner stone of the new court house. Chairman Schroeder re ceived a letter from him last Thursday stating that he had other engagements which would prevent his coming to Denison on that date. He expressed Chairman Schroeder will officiate at the ceremony of laying the corne stone. He will make a short address and will deposite the records and docu ments which are to be p'aced in the corner stone. A document is being prepared for this purpose containing a short history of the county, some of the pictures of past and present cuuuty officers, and other interesting data. The program will commence at one o'clock and will last until :i0. A large crowd is expected to attend from both far and near as it will be an event well worth seeing and Jone that does not take place many times in the history of a lifetime. The program is subject to slight change but it will be carried out about as follows: Ji.00p. m. Assombleol' Dimhon Husines.s men and citizens at City llnH, 1.15 l'orm iiroci'ssion ami march to court house Invocation Soug (Jlionis of lift.v voice Specob ''on 2.15 Sppij&h Hon. W. A. Dtivio of Uoyer Township X'.UU a 4ii Music Hiinil Speech EE Goodwin, Charter uak Speech Thco, Kolnvor,. Schleswig Speech ..W S Moore,-Manilla .SJIIK Chorus :iO Laying of cornerstone and depositing,' of records and documents by Chairman Sclirocdet of the hoard of supcivisors Benediction Music ls.iml Two Americans Killed in Mexico. El Paso, July 2l.—Francisco Malen, Mexican consul, received a telegram from F. Canado, governor of Sinaloa, confirming the report that two Amer icans were killed at Aguas Calontes by a man named Torres, and adding that a rigid investigation has been ordered. 1 Delicious Soda "Water. 1 ANOTHER KILLED AT ARION. Geo. Johnson of Boone Found Dead Near Arion Last Week. No In quest Held. 'his regrets tba' he could not be pres ent and'also spoke a good word for the I place in the way of accidents, this be proposition to v.ite for S40.0C0 motejing the second man who has been kill- with which to build a dome and other wise improve the building. Following is his letter: TUEASCRY DEPARTMENT, WASHINGTON, JU.y 19, 1SJ04 MY DEAK SIR: Your letter of the 11th is received, inviting me to be present at the laying of the corner stone of the new court house. I wish 1 might accept, but other engagements will render it impossible. I wish you all possible success. I made inquiry when in Denison and learned that it was expected to build entirely of stone, or at lea^t to veneer with stone. Let it be so. Craw lord county will lihvays regret the erection of a brick building. I had hoped you would ask for a larger appropriation. "We ought to have a better court house, and if, in making this good, you run short of money and have to ask for more, you may quote me as advising nothing but the best. Of course we want you to be economical, but it in al ways good economy to build well and to build fcr the future. Very truly yours, L. M. SHAW. Although the secretary caunot come a splendid program has been prepared. Judge Conner will make an address, as will also several other noted speakers from over the county. There will be music by the band and singing by a chorus of fifty voices, which is being trained by B. J. Sibbert. On Sunday evening of last week a man was found on the Northwestern tracks at Arion who had evidently been struck by a train. His skull was crushed in and he was unconscious He died two hours later under the care of a physician without having regained consciousness. Papers on his person identified hita as George Johnson cf Boone. Coroner Fuester was called from Schleswig but he deemed it unnecessary to hold an inquest. Considerable difficulty was had in locating the man's friends, but finally his relatives at Boone were found who came to Arion and took charge of the body. Ation seems to be an unfortunate ed there within a month. PRISONER MAY NOT GO FREE. Scheme on Foot to Retain in Prison the Man Who Was Convicted of the Pollock Diamond Robbery. Frank SherclilVe, who, according to a recent decision of the supreme court, was to have been released from prison within 11 few weeks, may not be set free at the close of his term in prison. riherclilTd was convicted of the Pollock diamond robbery on the train between Sioux City and Missouri Valley in 1SU2 and was sentenced to IT years in tne penitentiary. lie had saved up five years of good time when he was parol ed by Governor Shaw. Shortly after his porole he returned to a life of crime and was then returned to prison. It was supposed by everybody that he thereby forfeited all his good time and would have to serve out his full term But the suprt me court recently decided that a 1 prisoner cannot forfeit good time saved up before his parole and according to this decision ShercliiTe will be set at. liberty in about, four weeks. Tho ruling of the court was a great disappointment to Governor Cummins, who thinks it an outrage to turn loose upon the public a man who had led so notorious a life of crime aud who immediatly resumed that life after he had been paroled. W. A. Pinkertou of the Pinkerton detect ve force and L. E. Fay of Clinton are also interested in having Sherc'.ilVe retained in prison. They are planning to have him arrest ed as soon as he steps from the door of the prison and prosecuted on the charge of robberies which he admits having committed or perjury commit ted at his trial for the Pollock diamond robbery. When it was suggested that he could not be tried for perjury com mitted at that time, dilt'ereut lawyers were consulted, all of whom agreed that the statute of limitations did not apply for the lime one is in prison. He is also in danger of being prose euted by Omaha and Missouri author ities for old crimes. The Vladivostok squadron tired on and sunk a Japanese steamer of Sis tous last Wednesday morning. On essmau Conner Thursday morning the squadron was sighted in the Straits of Tsugaru Speech Swasey,Dow city steaming rapidly to the eastward. All Speech I. I'attersun. West Side vessels along the eastern coasts of Japan were warned to keep under cover. The big Pacilic liners are be ing held in the Japanese ports lest they fall a prey to the Russian squad ron. REMEMBER WE SERVE THE BEST ICE CREAM SODA AND ICE CREAM SUNDAYS TO HIS MAD IN THIS CITY. WK ALSO SKRVli PHOSPHATES OK Al.l. KINDS A meeting of the o.ncers and directors of the Crawford county Old Settlers Association was held at the city hall last Tuesday laft?rnoon at one o'clock at which time it was decided to hold the annual picnic of the organization in this city 011 Thursday, Sept. 1. at Washington Park. The list of commit tees appointed will be published nex week, as we received them too late for this issue. Get Some of Our Famous Balduff Ice Ice Cream for Your Sunday Dinner. Detiison Drug Company «%VWWWWVVWWV\W^%WV*WV\WVV%WWWV%VW\W\^JI I Aldricli Chaa. Curator, Historical Dept am CRAWFORD'S NEW COURT HOUSE CHRISTENED SATURDAY JULY 30 THE DENISON REVIEW as [in Plan of Drawing for Rosebud Reservation Land. ALL EYES ARE ON CHAMBERLAIN One Hundred Hundred Thousand Peo ple Are Awaiting the Result—Ex pected That Names Will All Be Prawn in Five Days. Chamberlain, S. D., July 26.—The eyes of 100,000 land seekers who reg istered for lands in the Rosebud res ervation will be turned toward Cham berlain on next Thursday, when the drawing for the prizes in Uncle Sam's big lottery will begin. One thousand names will be drawn a day for three days, after which the balance of the names in the box will be drawn as rapidly as possible, prob ably completing the work on the fifth day. As each envelope is drawn from the box the clerks will keep a record of the name and order of drawing This will be continued until 1.00C names have been drawn out of the bo* each of the first three days. This wil: dispose of 3,000 names, or an ample equivalent lor the number ot' claims in the Rosebud reservation subject tc entry. On the fourth day the drawing will be continued, but without restric tion until every envelope is drawr. from the box. The drawing, in effect merely takes all the names enrollec and places them in numerical order and the names so picked in order wil'. bo called at the rate of 100 per da to make filings on the lands at Bone steel until all the lands are disposer of, filings beginning 011 A representative of this paper in an interview with Mr. R. D. Hodgkinson special solicitor for the Northwest Colonization Co. of St. Paul asking about the excursion on Aug. 2 as to route etc., received the following in formation from him: "We will leave Denison at 9:3s in the evening on the Illinois Central and will arrive in St Paul about eight o'clock. The beautiful Twin Cities will be visit ed by the party during the day and the excursion will resume its journey northward in the evening and at dawn of the next day the eye of the laud seekers wil. view tho famous lied River of tae north. A few houis ride and we are in Winnepeg, Manitoba, a city of 70,000 inhabitants. A«few hours wait in this beautilul city and the party starts on its journey west to the "best wheat country in the world.'' Ample hotel accommodations are furnished enroute with special rates to members of this* excursion. We furnish fre livery to examine our lands and as we have had wide and long experience in handling larce parties we know how to provide for every comfort of the homeseeker and make the trip one to be long remembered with pleasure. The gateway to the uew Northwest has been opened and a-* a magnet draws unto itself particles of metal so Western Canada with her broad acres of virgin wneat lands attracts to her bosom the weary renter of the older states and makes of him an independent landlord." Mr. Hodgkinson is very loud in his praises of the Assiniboian district, his company having sold 1.OCO.O0O acres in the past three years. WHEAT MARKET ADVANCES. On Account of Crisis In the East. Corn Market is Strong in Sympathy Cash limitations were as follows Wheat No. 2—Spring, !)S and 9Uc: No. :i, 8S anil Doe: No. 2 red, and iisc Corn No. ,2—4!)Jc: No. a yellow, 51c. CIlICAliO LI VK STOCK i.'liiCAiiO, .Tyly 25.—i.'.-ittle—Keceipts, 3,000 head market, strong to steady: prime steers, $5 I0i» (i.itli: poor me dium, $4 25(K" 25 stockers and feeders, $2.00('4 00 cows, $1.50('i4.5U: heifers, $2.00"'* 00: calves, $2.00/ T.00. DENISON, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 1904. Aug. S. While the numbers arranged at the drawing will be as extensive as the number registered, there will be no particulai value attached to any number ovei 3,000, or possibly 2,500, a1, by the time that number is reached the lands wil. in all probability be exhausted, unless the holders of earlier numbers shoulc fail in very large proportion to re spond to their names when called foi filing. DENIS0NITES GO TO CANADA. A Party of Land Seekers Will Start for Assiniboia Aug 2 and Will. Visit Twin Cities and Winnipeg. 1 Ilogs—Receipts, 5.000 head: market, mostly 10c higher: mixed and butchers. $•"). 15(ir 5.55 good to choice heavy, $5,40 (i(5.50: rough heavy. $4 75(i5.25: light, $5.15(if5.50. Sheep —Receipts, 8,000 he .d market, steady Jto 10c lower: good to choice wethers, $4.0i/(i) 25: fair to choice mix ed, $:i.00(d 4 00 western sheep, .$ !.00(i 4.25 native lamVs, $1,00(V(7.00 western $ti00(i•(» 25. CEMENT WORK O I -V I. I 1) S SIDEWALKS, CL'ltitS. IlETAI NIXU WALLS. I'ISTEKXS AN'H CAVES The Best tf Cement used uud till work iju 't.n/nteed jirst class. Let us i/mite i/ou /triers. W AIJvEH Denison, .V DAVIS. Iow.il. Early Riser* The famou? little pill&> ICECREAM IN ANY QUANTITY. A *, CASH PUD FOR PRODUCE Don't Take PAPER CHIPS when you can sell your Butter and Eggs at the high est market price and be paid in Cash at MEN AfiH' Remember, we sell the Best Standard Twine at 10 I-2c per pound. Best Granulated Sugar (cane) for $5.25 per hundred. Kerosene Oil in 5 gal. lots, 13c per Gallon. Kerosene Oil in gal. lots, 14c per Gallon. These are Only a Few of Our Bargains Use one of Our "Otsego" Forks once and you will use no other HARDWARE AND GROCERIES, SARACHON SISTERS, DENISON. rBES, HOT IN JULY AND AUGUST A REVIEW OF WHIT A S A E N E NOT WHAT HAS BEEN PHINTEI). NO. 30 S & Co. KILLS DANDRUFF AND PROMO TES THE GROWTH OF THE HAIR. •FOR SALE BY- JIY WORK SPEAKS FOR ITSELF JOHN FASTJE, CABINET WORK OF ALL KINDS. 8TOME SHELVING, OFE.LCE FIX:T- ETC. ETC. PRICES ON APPLICATION AND WORK\ GUARANTEED. The Weather Man predicts much hot weather during the next two months. The housewife will save hard work and avoid much of the warm weather by buying Break, Cakes, Pies. Cookies and Fine Cooked Ham of us. There will be no heating up the house to get a meal. We can furnish anything you may wish in the Baker's line. THE PALACE BAKERY t&s.