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NEWS-BUDGET (Established 1895) MARK R. BELL Editor and Publisher Ladysmith News and Budget Consolidated April 11, 1907 Entered as second-class matter April 9, 1907, at the Postoffice at Ladysmith, Wisconsin, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY ROOSEVELT AND THE BLACK SMITH. Few persons ever realized how Theo dore Roosevelt suffered when he went to cast his last vote in November, 1918. It was the tirst time that Mrs. Roose velt voted, and she accompanied him to the polls, which were in the blacksmith shop of Henry L. Dollard, about a mile away from Sagamore Hill. In the front seat of the automobile were “Charlie" Lee, his colored chauffeur, and Mrs. Lee. ■When the shop was reached. Mrs. Roosevelt got out of the machine and the Colonel picked up a cane. His right foot and ankle were badly swollen with rheumatism and Dollard and a few of the men about the polls saw that it was with great effort that the Colonel start ed to walk. Dollard jumped forward and reached out his hand, asking the Colonel if he could help. The Colonel’s face twitched as he put his right foot to the ground, and as lie grasped the hand, remarked: “That is the strong and sinewy hand of a Vulcan.” Dollard helped him towards the vot ing booth, and the Colonel waited until his wife and Mrs. Lee cast their ballots. Then he went inside, and when he came out allowed Dollard to help him again. As he got into the machine, he re marked : “I’m all wrong in the feet, Dollard. but all right in the head.” It was only a few days later that he was taken fo the hospital, suffering great pain. The week of October 20tli-27th will be devoted to the receipt of contribu tions. each contributor to be enrolled as a permanent member of the Roosevelt Memorial Association and receive a certificate of membership. The money thus received will be used to provide permanent memorials. Yanks Ready for Uprising. Coblenz, Germany, Oct. 6. —Ameri- can soldier guard throughout the area occupied by the American army has been doubled, owing to reports reach ing headquarters that a general strike and uprising, under the auspices of the Spartacan wing of the German So cialists, is due in a few days. Sol dier., with machine guns guard the ap proaches to all bridges over the Rhine and Moselle, and are stationed at rail road divisional points and various other places where trouble might break out. Building-With a Rush! The “Build Now” idea has taken root and people everywhere who were holding back for lower prices are now rushing to get ahead of higher' prices. We do our part to help you with your building by offering you FREE FULL SIZE WORKING plans of 27 different buildings built of “Old Faithful” HEMLOCK, the 250 year standard lumber, and 9 books which describe and illustrate the buildings so you can choose. Here is the list of hooks: No. I—Town1 —Town Houses No. s—Ford5 —Ford Garages No. 7—HogandPoultry No. 2 —Farm Houses No. 6—Corncribs and Houses No. 3—Special Barns Granaries No. B—Outbuildings No. 4—Garages No. 9~HomenladeSilos Drop in or phone FLAMBEAU RIVER LUMBER COMPANY Everything in Quality Lumber and Building Material LADYSMITH SHINGLE RIGHT ONCE WITH WHITE CEDAR SHINGLES and\ forget roofing troubles for good MARTIAL LAW IN THREEJCENTERS Indiana Harbor, East Chicago and Gary Under Control of Military Authorities. GEN. WOOD COMMANDS Developments in Steel Strike In Chi cago District Indicate Trouble Following Riots and Troops Are Called. Chicago, Oct. B.—Quiet reigned in the Chicago steel strike area after a day of raids on the homes of agitators in Gary where regular army troops are In control. Indi ana state troops enforced martial law in East Chicago and Indiana Harbor. Chicago, Oct. 7. —Declaring of mar tial law at Indiana Harbor and at East Chicago, and the dispatching of Federal troops to Gary, Ind., although no violence had occurred since Satur day, marked developments in the steel strike situation in the Chicago district. Acting under authority conferred upon him by Governor Goodrich of Indiana, Adjutant General Smith, in command of 12 companies of Indiana state troops on duty in the Indiana strike zone, declared martial law in a territory embracing the towns of In diana Harbor and East Chicago and extendirig for five miles in either di rection from each of them. The step .was taken, General Smith said, “following indications of trouble” and after consultation with the mayors of the two towns. A detachment of approximately 1,000 Federal troops from Fort Sheridan, 111., under the personal command of Major General Leonard Wood, commander of the Central department of the army, took over control of the situation at Gary following an appeal for aid to General Wood from Governor Goodrich. Upon arrival of the Federal trpops the state units which have been distributed over the Indiana strike district were withdrawn from Gary and concentrat ed in Indiana Harbor and East Chi cago. State troops had been sent into the district after rioting at Gary and In diana Harbor. FIUME CRISIS SEEN AT HAND Definite Agreements Are Possible According to Report. Rome,' Oct. 7. —The Popolo Romano declares that the question of Fiume has entered anew stage, in which definite agreements are possible. Al though the incident has not yet been closed, it is stated, the probabilities of success are such that confidence may be entertained that Italy soon will be freed from the Fiume situation. Rear Admiral Phillip Andrews, in command of the American squadron, has issued orders for the withdrawal of the American ships from Spalat.o American food supplies are being re moved from the city. Subscribe for the News-Budget, $1.50 per j r etir, and worth the money. RIFLE MATCH SCORES AT COUNTY FAIR MATCH Following are tlie scores shot in the Individual Rifle Matches conducted by llie Ladysmith Rifle Club at the fair grounds: Five shots were fired at each range, possible score being 100. 25 ft. 50 ft. 50 yds. Total E. L. A. Bruger 24 49 25 98 Cloyd Ellingboe 24 48 25 97 Joe Britten - 24 49 2.” 90 Dale McNally 25 47 23 95 Havry Canon 23 49 22 94 A. Rockstad 21 49 23 93 A. H. Callaway . ' 22 49 22 93 (). B. Ellingboe . 24 48 21 93 Martin Dahlquist 24 48 20 92 E. A. McFarland . 23 47 21 91 Ernest Hebard 23 48 20 91 John Sedmiliradsky 23 47 21 91 Russell Smith , 24 47 19 90 Bernard Schwartz 23 45 21 89 J. E. Miller 23 40 20 89 Oscar Dahlquist 22 48 IS 88 Homer Houpt ...22 45 19 80 Wm. Williams 21 47 IS 80 Hilmer A. Johnson 22 43 20 85 .lac Speieli 23 45 17 85 Byron Bruegger 20 43 -21 84 Fritz Barfkneclit 25 41 IS 84 Frank McCorison 23 44 17 84 Fred Nueliring 19 44 „ 20 83 Elzie Stoker 23 41 19 83 E. J. Mdrrier 17 42 20 79 Francis Zimmerman 20 41 18 79 R. C. Johnson 20 40 18 78 Walter Leidlioldt 22 38 15 75 Wilber Perry 21 35 13 09 Hugo Seagren 19 38 12 09 Company II took first place in the Team Match, with the Army and Navy team second. Ten shots were fired at 25 yards, possible score being 100. Company II Ernest Heba rd .95 E. L. A. Brugar .'. 91 F. E. Martin 91 Harry Sergeant 91 A. Rockstad v~S9 Team Total „ 457 Army and Navy Joe Britten 90 A. H. Callaway 90 Ed Hong 89 Homer Houpt 85 John Sedmiliradsky. 85 Team Total 439 Ladysmith Civilians O. B. Ellingboe 91 Wm. Williams 88 Cloyd Ell ingboe 80 Jac Speieli 84 Max Powell 83 Team Total 432 Tony .J. M. Swoverland 80 Wm. Oswald 84 Lew Swoverland : S3 Frank Zimmer SO Oliver Kaiser 75 Team Total 408 Couderay Lloyd Ferdon SO Charles Quagon 90 Frank Bennett 85 David McCann 73 Team Total 334 (4 men only). JEWELRY Our Fall line is now here and we are pleased to announce that our stock is much more complete and up-to-date than ever before. All the latest dainty things in Jewelry are always to be found in our Store. We Specialize in LADIES’ WRIST WATCHES. SILVERWARE AND CUT GLASS You are always welcome to come in and look at our stock of Gift Specials. VICTROLAS EDISONS COLUMBIAS WATERMAN FOUNTAIN PENS • EVERSHARP PENCILS If it’s new we have it Lane’s Music Shop LADYSMITH LADYSMITH NEWS-BUDGET, LADYSMITH, WIS. WEAK, WEARY WOMEN Learn the Cause of Daily Woes and End Them When the hack aches and throbs, When housework is torture, When night brings no rest nor sleep, When urinary disorders set in, Women’s lot is a weary one. Doan’s Kidney Pills are for weak kidneys. Have proved their worth in Lady smith. This is one Ladysmith woman’s testi mony. Profit by the experience of Mrs. A.' Sclioenwalder, 414 Pederson Ave., Ladysmith. She says: “Some times I have had a dull aelie across my back; a sort of throbbing ache like tooth ache. Some days I have been hardly able to keep up around the house and do my work and I have been tired and worn out. At such times sharp pains have caught me when I have bent over. I have been bothered with bladder trouble too, and sometimes have suffered a great (leal of pain from inflammation of the bladder. Whenever I have used Doan’s Kidney Pills they have given me relief. In a short time my backache lias disap peared and my kidneys have acted regularly. Doan’s Kidney Pills have certainly done me a great deal of good.” Price 00 cents at all dealers. Don’t simply ask for a kidney remedy—get Doan’s Kidney Pills —the same that Mrs. Sclioenwalder had. Foster-Mil hurn Cos., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. WITH THE LOCAL CHURCHES Scandium ian Lutheran Services in Norwegian with Holy Communion, Sunday, Oct. 20, at 10:45 a. m. Devotional meetings of the Luther League Sunday evening. Oct. 10. Sunday school every Sunday at 10 :00 a. m. JOHN JUTLAND, Pastor. ST. PAI L’S LUTHERAN English services at 10:45 a. in. English and German Sunday school at o:4f> a. m. Choir practice every Thursday even ing at 7:30. C. H. ECKHOFF, Pastor. M. E. Church Notes 10:00 a. m. Bible school. 11:00 a. m. Morning worship. 0 :30 p. m. Epworth League devotion al meeting. 7:30 Evening worship. A genuine invitation to all our ser vices is extended. Strangers in the city are especially welcome. “The church with the Old Home Wel come.” C. W. Emery, Pastor. Christian Science Christian Science services are held every Sunday from 11:00 a. m. to 12:00 m. at the I. O. O. F. hall. Oct. 12. “Are Sin. Disease and Death Real?” p® CORRESPONDENTS WANTED The News-Budget needs regular news correspondents at Weyerhaeuser, Haw kins, and other points in the county not now represented. Send us the news from your locality. ALI3E J3YCE Vitagraph Star, in ccone from “THE THIRD DEGREE” At Unique Theater, Saturday, Oct. IS. FRITZ DRY GOODS COMPANY GEORGETTE BLOUSES Pretty georg ette blouses in all colors, and the very new styles. Prices $6.50 TO $17.50 T H| \ liS x A car of fine apples is on the track and unloading today. Thursday, for our leading merchants. the Kitchen Cabinet that saves miles of steps Four and One-Half Million Meals ARE PREPARED ON HOOSIER KITCHEN CABINETS EACH DAY Your own meal-time work can be reduced to a pleas urable minimum by the Hoosier method—a method that has been developed by science. It enables you to sit at ease with everything needed before you. You reach instead of walk. A small payment puts any Hoosier model at work in your kitchen. Small amounts each week soon pay the balance. This ease of purchase leaves you no excuse for continued drud gery. Come and select your Hoosier soon. O. B. ELLINGBOE Furniture and Undertaking LADYSMITH - - - WISCONSIN yi^ HOUSE DRESSES AND APRONS A splendid assort ment of Ladies’ house dresses and aprons. The materials are of good quality of gingham and' percale, in all sizes. Prices $1.25 $2.00 $3.00 $3.50 Start a savings account, 4 per cent interest.—STATE BANK OF LADY SMITH, “The People’s Bank.” NIGHT GOWNS Outing flannel night gowns in white, pink and blue. In good quality; price m $1.75 $2.00 $2.50 $3.00 COMFORTS AND BLANKETS , The cold nights approaching re minds us of the need of warm bed ding. See us for comfortables and blankets—cotton blankets, mixed and all wool. Prices: $3.00 T 0 $18.50 , Comforts are in all colors $3.50 $5.00 $6.50 To see them is to appreciate them.