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WELLAND STRONG By Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Jefferson, Iowa. —"When my baby was just two months old I was com pletely run down and my internal or gans were in terri ble shape. I began taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound, and mother wrote and told you just how I was. I began to gain at once and now I am real well." — Mrs. W. H. Burger, 700 Cherry St., Jefferson, Iowa. Another Woman Cured. Glenwood, Iowa. — " About three years ago I had falling and other fe male troubles, and I was nothing but •kin and bones. I was so sick I could not do my own work. Within six months I was made sound and well by J^ydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com E und. I will always tell my friends it your remedies cured me, and you can publish my letter."—Mrs. C. W. Dunn, Glenwood, Iowa. If you belong to that countless army cf women who suffer from some form «f female ills, just try Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound. For thirty years this famous remedy has been the standard for all forms of female ills, and has cured thousands of women who have been troubled with •nch ailments as displacements, fibroid tumors, ulceration, inflammation, ir regularities, backache, etc. . If you want special advice write f or it to Mrs.Pinkliam, Lynn, Mass. It is free and always helpful. Thompson's Eye Water Cf afflicted with > •ore eyes, use li Light on Cause of Tuberculosis. The sixth annual meeting of the Na tional Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis was held in Washington on May 2 and 3. Among the most interesting papers was one by Dr. William H. Parks, the famous pathologist and head of the lebora tories of the New York city depart ment of health. Doctor Park contended that pulmonary tuberculosis is very rarely, if ever, caused by infection from bovine sources, such as the drinking of milk or the eating of meat. Tuberculosis of the stomach and inter nal organs, which compose only about ten per cent, of the sickness from this disease, are often caused by drink ing or eating infected matter. Doctor Park substantiated his conclusions by showing the results of years of inves tigation and examination of pathologi cal specimens. His conclusions are substantially those reached by Dr. Robert Koch, the discoverer of the tu bercle bacillus. Finding of Fresh-Water Eel. The straits of Messina are channels of immense depth, through which a wild form of whirling eddies have the effect of bringing up from the depths below many marine creatures which are rarely seen except in the deep sea trawls. It was here that the fresh water eel was first discovered, an in cident which threw a blaze of light on the life history of a very mysteri ous fish.—London Daily Telegraph. None. Prof.—If a man has an income of $2 .000,000 a year, what is his princi pal? Stude—A man with such an income usually has no principle. What Thinking Takes Out Of the brain, and activity out of the body, must-be Put Back by Proper Food Or brain-fag and nervous prostration are sure to follow. If you want to know the keenest joy on earth—the joy that comes with being well, try Grape=Nuts Food "There's a Reason" POSTUM CEREAL CO., Ltd., Battle Creek, Mich. SPEAKS OF KING THE EX-PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TELLS HIS GRIEF AT DEATH OF EDWARD VII. FEELS A PERSONAL LOSS May Mean a Complete Change of Plans for the Roosevelt Party.—Edward's Death Removes a Friend of Peace. Stockholm, May 7.—President Roose velt, who arrived here today, was greatly shocked when he learned of King Edward's death. What effect this will have on his London plans he can not for the present say, but it is his intention to go to Berlin and complete his itinerary as announced. Colonel Roosevelt today sent a mes. sage to Ambassador Hill inquiring if King Edward's death would necessitate a change in the Emperor's plans, de siring to be advised should the Em peror go to London. In that event the former president would be either the guett of the American ambassador or proceed to a hotel. He has a fixed engagement to lecture at Berlin uni versity on May 12th. Speaking of the late King's tact, Mi Roosevelt gave an illustration of what he termed the finer sense of things which tlie king possessed. "Next to the ring John Hay gave me,'' lie said. "I value the miniature King Edward sent me after I became president, of John Hampden. That was a present a sovereign could mak«? with dignity and one a Democratic president could accept. All historians and royalists gree that Hampden was a good man. The king must have known that Hampden was one of my four heroes — Timoleon, Hampden, Washington and Lincoln. Such a se lection as the miniature showed ex treme tact." "I have personal feeling about the king's death. I know from having been president that he had an earnest desire to keep the relations between Great Britain and the United States on the closest and most friendly terms. King Edward's death removes one in fluence that tended strongly for peace and justice in international relations. His own peop'e and other lands must feel that loss." BOOM TO HOMESTEADERS. Six Months Constructive Residence is Held Valid. Washington, May 7.— Representative Steenerson today procured a reversal of the decision by the interior depart ment in the evelen town lot cases in the Red Lake Indian country. As a result of today's decision a hundred claims recently cancelled by order of Secretary Ballinger are re Etored to the original entrymen. The decision gives the settlers the advant age of tlie six months constructive res idence In their entries in making up tlie fourteen months actual residence— required by law. Secretary Garfield had held to this effect in 1907. but his decision was la ter reversed by Secretary Ballinger. Officials at tlie interior department sta. ted today that the original Garfield ruling had been overlooked and will now stand. Ballinger to "Kill More Snakes." Washington, May 7.—After having been dramatically interrupted at the morning session by special agent, H. T. Jones, the intimate friend of L. R. Glavis who Indirectly questioned a statement made by the witness. Sec retary Ballinger, at the afternoon session served notice that if he continued as the head of interior de partment there was going to be some more "snake killing" and that it would he kept up until the last snake was dead. Attorney Brandels. who has beer, cross-examining the secretary for the last three days, wanted to know just who was to he dropped from the ser vice, but Mr. Ballinger said the en umeration would occur in good time. "If I am to continue to conduct the affairs of the department." said the secretary, "It will be with the toyal support of every man in the depart ment." Will Not Give up Indicted Men. New York. May 7.—Gov. J. Franklin Fort of New Jersey at Trenton today announced that he had declined to is sue a writ of requisition for the in dicted beef trust corporations and its indicted directors. The indictments were .found against corporations and directors two months ago in Hudson county, >T. J. B?y is Hanged. Be Land, Fla., May 7.—Irving Han ehett, the 15-year-old Connecticut boy who was convicted ^f the brutal mur der of Clevie Tedder, 13 years old, near this place on the evening of Feb. 12 last, was hanged here today. McCumber's Recovery Assured. Washington, May 7.— Improvement was noted in Senator McCumber's con dition today. The patient's appetite is returning and he is now assimulat ing his food. His temperature and nulse are also more normal than at any time during the past eight or ten days. Barring complications. Senator McCumber's recovery is now assured. MONTANA IN CONGRESS. CHARLES N. PRAY. Congressman at Large from Montana. News of Montana TWO JOY RIDERS HURT. Machine Strikes Rut While Speeding Down Glendive Hill. Glendive.—A big Winton car be longing at Culbertson and driven by ?. man named Bostwick caused one ol the first serious automobile accidents in local history. The car was used by Henry Miller, a well-known Charley Creek stockman and farmer, and Billy Stevens of Cul bertson for a trip to the stockmen's meeting at Miles City. On their way home they drove to Glendive, and this afternoon were giv ing friends here a taste of "joy rid ing" in this powerful machine. Lovell Farnum, a local druggist, and 1 a brakeman, George Bills, were pas sengers as the car was going at a fifty-mile speed on Sawyer's Hill. It struck a rut, became uncontrollable and both passengers were thrown out. Mr. Bills was bruised and shaken and Mr. Farnum suffered a broken arm as well as other minor injuries. Gold Strike in Madison County. Virginia City,-—A rich strike has been made by Charles Ryden in the Atlas mine at the head of Spring gulch, about six miles south of Vir ginia City. The Atlas has two veins running north and south, about 40 feet apart. The east vein is five feet in width, while the west vein meas ures ten feet from wall to wall. Both these veins are well mineralized and will mill at a profit. The strike as made in the east vein afier running a crosscut 120 feet. Two streaks of fabulously rich ore, one eight inches and the other twelve inches in width, were encountered. While no assays have yet been made the ore will go several thousand dollars to the ton. Some miners who have seen it put it as high as $10,000. The quartz is soft, much of it decomposed, and free coarse gold can be seen all through it with the naked eye. Mr. Ryden pounded up a piece the size of a man's fist in a mortar and panned from it fully a half teaspoonful of gold. Contract Awarded. Virginia City—Chief Engineer Geo. F. Douglas of the Virginia City South ern Electric Railway company has re ceived word from Luther H. Leber of the Leber-Watson Engineering com pany, which concern is promoting the building of the electric railway be tween this city and Alder, that the contract to construct the road has been let to an eastern construction company, and that the work of grad ing will commence between May 15 and 20. Exhibition Car. Kalispell—With a record of 6,000 miles traveled and of having enter tained more than 250,000 visitors dur ing its six months abroad, through the eastern states, the Great Northern ex hibition car reached Kalispell. It was visited by members of the chamber of commerce, business men and farm ers and remained here several days as it is desired to attract as many farm ers as possible and call upon them for more exhibits next fall to equip cars. Fight, Jail, Hospital. Missoula—As the result of an alter cation between Edward Wickstrom, a plasterer, and Max Hughes, a laborer, the latter is in the hospital in a ser ious condition, and Wickstrom is in jail awaiting the out come of Hughes' condition. Pioneer Montana Woman Diea. Glendive.—Mrs. Katherine Jordan, who came to Glendive on the first regular Northern Pacific train ever run to the city, passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Thomas Kean, after a residence of nearly thir ty years In Glendive. Burglars in Anaconda. Anaconda.—Three burglars- demol ished the safe of Thorson Brothers' grocery store and secured $1,200 in currency. THROUGH THE READING GLASS. First and Second Bug—What a hor rible monster! Fool Remark. "The Inanity of courtesy remarks that some people feel called upon to interject into conversation calls for a permanent commission in lunacy," said the man with the ingrowing grouch. "Now, the other day I was telling Jones going down on the subway that my four-year-old had swallowed a safety pin, and we were up half the night with him. " 'It was an accident, of course,' said that idiot Jones." Inside and Out. Speaker Cannon, at a dinner in Washington, said, soothingly, to a young suffragette: "After all, you know, there Is room for both men and Avomen in this world. Men have their work to do and women have theirs. "It is the woman's work to provide for the inner man, and it is the man's to provide for the outer woman." Tit for Tat. Stranger (to prominent clergyman) —I came in here, sir, to criticize your church management and tell you how it ought to be run. Prominent Clergyman (amazed) — What do you mean, sir? How dare you? Who are you, anyway? "I am the humble editor of the pa per you have been writing to."—Life. Proposed Partnership. Father—You want to marry my daughter? Why, sir, you can't sup port her. I can hardly do it my self. Suitor (blandly)—C-can't we chip in together,—Pick-Me-Up. DR. J. H. RINDLAUB (Specialist), Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Fargo, N. D. Poor Indeed. Ella—My face is my fortune. Stella—You destitute thing! Stone's Piano Polish is tlie finest piano and furniture polish on the market today. Restores old surfaces and preserves tlie new. Doesn't smear, streak or collect dust. Has been used by us for over 15 years. Two sizes, 35c and 50c. Special Introductory Of£er On cash orders received during the month of May only, we will send a 35 c bottle of this fine polish for only 25c prepaid. Don't wait, but order now. STONE PIANO COMPANY Everything Known In Music. Stone Building, Fargo, N. 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