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Best Adv Medium in the A E inely Equipped Job Dei artment in connection. *1W0S iBOjao^H J# 1 ruuu and strictly prohibits the sale or alum baking powder— So does France So does Germany y/s JAIL 20 PROMINENT MEN LOWER COURT DECISION IS AF FIRMED AT TOLEDO, O. Men Are Sentenced for Six Months Under Provisions of the Valen tine Anti-Trust Law. Toledo, O., Mar. 30.—Circuit court Saturday affirmed the decision of'the lower court in the cases of the 20 prominent lumber men of Toledo, who last July were sentenced to the work house for six months under the Valen tine anti-trust law. The supreme court having decided, in the ice trust cases, that imprisonment must be in county jail Instead of workhouse, the lumber men were sent to the lower court for re-sentence. The lumber men com prise the wealthy and leading citizens of Toledo. The names of the lumber men are: Marcus V. fiarbour and Rowland Starr of Barbour & Starr,, George W. Campbell and James H. Canipbell of the Campbell Company, Hiram R. Kel sey and George L. Freeman of Kelsey & Freeman Reuben Kimball, treas urer and manager of the. East Side Lumber Company "Clarence H. Pack er, secretary and treasurer of the Buckeye Lumber and Manufacturing Company John H. Puck, vice-presi dent of the Western Manufacturing Company Howard N. Smith, presi dent of the W. H. H. Smith Lumber Company David Trotter of the firm of David & Albert Trotter Company, Frederick E. Witker and William Witker, respectively president and secretary-treasurer of the Witker Manufacturing Company Edward E. Arnsman and Charles G. Bremer of Arnsman & Bremer, Edward J. Goulet of E. J. Goulet & Co., Charles W. Har ris and Edward E. Washburn of Wash burn & Harris, J. August Van Karsen and Eben D. Hopkinson of Van Karsen & Co. mi ^5pS? has been made illegal in Washington and the District of Colum bia, and alum baking powders are everywhere recognized as injurious, protect yourself against alum, when ordering baking powder, Sap plainly— ROYALPowS& and be very sure you get Royal. Royal is the only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar. It adds to the digestibility and whole* someness of the food. BEAUTY AND THE BEASTI a v. .W i-: VOLUME 27, HOPE, STEELE COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA APRIL The sale of alum foods NOluir JOHNSON IS ONLY RECEPTIVE. 18 Not Seeking Nomination, Would Gladly Take It. But St. Paul, Minn., Mar. 30.—At the suggestion of Ed A. Stevens, secre tary of the Democratic state commit tee, a letter was written to Gov. John son by Swan J. Turnblad, publisher of the Swedish American Post of Minneapolis, on March 23, asking him to state his position in regard to the nomination for the presidency. In reply Gov. Johnson has written to Mr. Turnblad as follows: "I do not believe that any American citizen should be an active, open can didate for the nomination to the pres idency. Any American would appre ciate the high honor which could come to him in being selected as standard bearer of his party. While I recognize that the press has much to say about me in connection with this high office, I have hitherto avoided any public or private expression regarding my po sition.'.' For Lincoln Memorial Park. Springfield, 111., Mar. 30.—At meeting held Friday night in the coun ty courthouse an organization was per fected looking toward setting aside the four blocks bounded by Capitol avenue and Edwards, Seventh and Ninth streets, for a public park, of which Lincoln's home shall be the center. The park is to be known aa the Lincoln Memorial Home park. New Senator from Florida. Tallahassee, Fla., Mar. 30.—Gov. Broward Friday appointed Hall Milton of Marianna to succeed the late Sen ator Bryan of Florida in the United States senate. Mr. Milton is a grand son of former Gov. John Milton of Florida and is 42 years old. He was born in Marianna and is a successful banker and business man/ UE $1011 HITS THE HUE-WEST ELEMENTS RAGE IN ALL FORMS, VARYING FROM TORNADO TO ELECTRICAL DISPLAY. ILLINOIS, INDIANA AND MICHIGAN SUFFER Those States Come In for Greatest Amount of Damage—Loss at Pekln, III., $100,000—Small Cyclone In jures Six at Monmouth, III. Peoria, 111., Mar. 30.—The storm which swept over Illinois did most of Its damage at Pekin, where residences, barns, outbuildings and one distillery were destroyed. The loss will esti mate $100,000,s and many narrow Anderson, Ind., es capes from death occurred. Telephone and telegraph communication in the city proper was out of commission. The old Fehrman distillery was blown clear out of existence, the foundations being lifted and the building spread all over the street. The storm did not come without warning, tor an hour before it struck the roar could be heard and the citizens repaired t» places of safety in time to escape in Jury. Tornado Hits Monmouth. Monmouth, 111., Mar. 30.—A tornado destroyed several residences and barns two miles south of this city, in juring a half dozen persons, none se riously. A church in the eastern part of the county is reported blown down. Storm Sweeps Indiana. Indianapolis, Ind., Mar. 30.—A dam aging storm swept over Indiana Sat urday doing much damage to build ings, wires and trees. At Frankfort $5,000 damage was done. At Peters burg roofs were blown off and stock was killed by falling barns. Wires are down in all parts of the state and communication between cities has been interrupted. Damage Indianapolis, Ind., Mar. 30.—Near Anderson damage to farm buildings and stock by wind and lightning is es timated at $5,000. The Vermillion schoolhouse was unroofed. Nearly all wires were down in the vicinity. Electric iitorm at 8outh Dam Goes Out. Kalamazoo, Mich., Mar. 30.—As a re sult of the heavy storm which raged over this section part of the dam of the Commonwealth Power Company, one and a half miles below Plalnwell, on the Kalamazoo river, went out, in flicting heavy damage not, yet esti mated. The dam cost $250,000, and was one of 2,000 horsepower. Two Women Die in Storm. Howell, Mich., Mar. 30.—Two wom en were killed during the storm in a farmhouse 12 miles from here near Hartland. They were Mrs. Peter North and Miss Carrie Ellis. The bolt of lightning entered the house along an unused telephone wire and killed both of them instantly. Several other persons in the house were not injured. Morgan Hobnobs with King. Rome, Mar. 30.—King Victor Em manuel Saturday received J. Pierpont Morgan in private audience and con versed with him on American affairs. The king manifested keen Interest in the approaching presidential campaign in the United States. Prepare for Coal 8trlke. Leavenworth, Kan., Mar. 30.—Local miners are preparing for the coming Btrike of the coal miners. All of the mine muleB are being offered for sale, apparently In anticipation of a long contest In Leavenworth 1,000 men will be affected. Two Killed by Train. Hurley, Wis., Mar. 30.—Two uni dentified men were struck by a North western train west of here and killed and horribly mangled. They were found by the section crew Saturday. There was nothing found to /cm 3E $5,000. Bend. South Bend, Ind., Mar. 30.—This city was visited Saturday by on'e of the most severe electric, rain and wind storms in years. The Electric Power company's plant was put out of com mission. The storm extended over southern Michigan. Many Buildings Blown Down. Indianapolis, Ind., Mar.30.—At Muncie and vicinity the storm was the worst in 20 years. A house occupied by Jo seph Hayden was blown down and he was seriously injured. Many buildings were blown down, windows were shat tered and fences and wires are down. Michigan Has Big Storm. Detroit, Mich., Mar. 30.—A tornado near Jackson, in the southern part of the state, late Friday afternoon, and a blizzard with heavy snow fall in the upper peninsula at night were the ex tremes of a general storm that struck Michigan Friday. The tornado did considerable damage to farm property around Blackman and Woodville, northwest and west of Jackson. Barns were split, windmills destroyed and orchards uprooted, but no loss of life has been reported. $250,000 43 51 30 17 32 60 89 50 20 100 50 Identify 2, 1908. /idlers Collegian CLOTHES without doubt the best line of men's apparel in the country. 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