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The Lemmon herald. (Lemmon, Perkins County, S.D.) 1912-1917, May 03, 1912, Image 4

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"lEMWON S
REAL. EST ATI
AND LOAMS
Doors Nortr
•,» C. 8. Land
Dr. J. T. Layne
E I S
Graduate
Minnesota State University
Office over First National Bank
LEMMON, S. D.
An Artistic
Photograph
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\rttsae in Conception, in Ligm and
iii&artie :». in Finish
a&d Mounting1
the Kind of Photograph
Yon will jet at the
Miller Art Studio
Main Street, West Side
LEJUIGS S.
D.
I I N E Y
trench and Dry Cleaning
Miss Steel
Piiolic Stenographer
Lea sons'in Shorthand
and Typewriting
ttoooi
It,
Land
tiilice
Building
li. N. Braden
Undertaker
and
Licensed—
—himbalmer
Submit-Your
Building Plans to
NO PROVISION
FORMYMfflT
Democratic Pkn for Ending
Commerce Court
I
S rtri OffW»
LrismuD. South [)#k
Lasd OCfkeBesiaeaa trasMcted
Filiate C«at«st« u4 Pitth
iMiited Tr»ct» ead Script
SLASH APPROPRIATION
Lejiatativ*. Judicial and Executive
Supply Bill Contains a Number c*
t^ropotltiwn Intended to fMwt
Government Expemd itvrea
Wastinglcr. May 2—By failing 1:
-»-or",
an appropriation for the re-oen
rreaied c#tts:?r'.e court the hc»u«
-amitte* on appropriations sought 1
iish that tribunal
'.lie general snpp'y bill for tie leff
!a::re, Judicial and executive trascb«
the government is a who'esa a'
tempt at redaction of government e
penses.
The bill propose# a redaction of tl
salary of the secretary to the pres.
deal from |7»3 to $5,000. tie old ffc
ore, and the abolition in the debar
ment of commerce and labor of tfc'
bureaus of manufactures and static
lie s.
It Is farther proposed to abolish the'
nrints at San Francisco. New Orleans
end Carson City. Ne*.. and the assa*7
offices at Boise. Idaho: Charlotte.
Deadwood. S. Helena. Mon*
Seattle. Wash., and Salt l^ake City.
Utah San Francisco mould get an
assay office in lieu of its mint.
OIL TRUST WOULD PAY FINE
Wa­ tt Continue Doing Business
Jeffer&on City. Mo. May 2—The
Standard Oil company of Pennsylva
nia a ked the supreme court of Mis
souri for perm ission to pay the $50.
Afti) fic^. assessed at the time the oil
tr. st was fined and forbidden to do
business in the state.
Thr request was made in a motion
by the oil company's attorneys, which
al^c asked that the company be al
i lowed to continue business in Mis
souri. since all trust connection had
been dissolved.
The motion filed by the company,
the court ordered, is to act as a stay
i of th# ouster order until the
I St»a!!y p^tse* upon it, Justice Lamm
Intimating that arguments on tb°
motion might not be beard before t£.*•
October term.
COLONEL GOETHALS MAY QUIT
Canal Builder Warts Trained Force to
Operate Waten^ay.
Washington. May -—Colonel Gc«
thals. :n charge of the construction of
the Panama canal, may resign rather
tr ar. remain to undertake the opening
of the canal without a properly trained
sdmitj.frtrative force, according to
Jobr.
p?rrett,
Taylor.
d'^^tor general of the
COLONEL GOETHALS.
Pan-Americari union, who recently re
turned
fo
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F. W. ECKER1
u i i n
Contractor
(ieneral Contractor in
Frame, Concrete,
Rrick und ^tone
... iruction.
I'htns iiravvn^and Specifica
tions Furnished.
I
Hox 382," Lemmon, S. D.
where uy
Washington after a visit to
th.i canal zone.
Mr. Barrett said that Colonel Goe
th.*ls had made It plain to him that, he
»rd the men who are with him would
no: be willing to bear the brunt of the
rerponsibillty of operating the canal
without a trained force behind them
The work of preparing these men
rhould begin at once, it was added.
B0AT UPSETS THREE DROWN NEERS
Oumped Into Current Below Dam
When Craft Hits Rock.
Iowa City, la., May 2.—Three men
were drowned anu a fourth narrowly
escaped thirty r*et below the state
university dam across the Iowa river.
The men had been rowing in the
Iowa river below the darn for more
thm an hour, and, according to the
story told by Frank Cannon, who was
rescued, tried to see how close to the
dam they could get. When within
thirty feet their boat struck a rock
and in the swirling current turned
completely over.
GENERAL HOMER LEA.
Amt'.ur of Chi
nese Re&e-s Retv-« r8 Hewte.
BADLY BROKEN IN HEALTH
General Homer Lea on Hit Way to
the United States.
Honolulu. 'ay 2—Nearly blind,
tly paralyzed, and wholly helpless.
General Homer Iea. formerly
The body of John Jacob Astor was i
placed in the private car Oceanic.
Through the long hours of the night
Vincent Astor, his chief heir, sat weep
ing beside the castcet. Young Astor
is on the verge of collapse.
Isidor Straus' body was placed in
an express car along with several oth
ers. It is in charge of Haurice Roth
schild of Philadelphia. Rothschild had
hoped the body of Mrs. Straus, who
had refused to leave the side of her
husband even after she was certain it
meant death, would be among the
bodies of the unidentified that were
brought in. but no trace of her could
be found.
The other bodies on the train were
those of Engelhart C. Ortsby, Provi
dence, R. I. R. White, Boston, and
H. J. Alleson, Chestei ville, Qnt
ARBITRATION PLAN SIGNED
No
Further Possibility of 8trike of
Eastern Engineers.
New York, May 2.—The threatened
strike of engineers of the fifty roads
I ej'»t of Chicago »ae averted by the
signing of an arbitration agreement
between the two committees repre
I sentinK the railroads and the engi-
i The arbitration committee will con-
sist of seven members, one from the
railroads, one from the engineers ana
the other five to be appointed by the
two. If the two fail to agree on the
five umpires Chief Justice White,
Commissioner of Labor Neill and
Judge Knapp will be asked to make
the appointments.
Churchill Discusses Home Rule.
London, May 2.—The second reading
stage of the house home rule bill was
opened in the house of commons in
rather quiet fashion by Winston Spen
cer Churchill, first lord of the ad
miralty, who applied himself not to an
exposition of the bill, but to an argu
f-nt on general principles and to an
Score of Pertons Injured.
Fort Smith, Ark., May 2.—Twenty
persons were injured, several fatally, appeal to the opposition to realize the
when a Frisco passenger train was manifest change in conditions during
wrecked in the Kiambht mountains,
fhe
flfty mil08 from this city. stone's time.
D,„viPn
e to be print-«young spring a sudden
setback, i
quarter of a century since Glid-
FEOEPALS USE
MACHINE GUN
of Ixs
Angeles. Cal. and lately in command
of the victorious revolutionary army
in China, is a passenger od the steam-* Brst warning to the inhabitants of
ship Marti, bound for San Francisco.
He is confined to his staterooui and
wife is nursing him
i-
Missouri.
General Homer Lea t^os
se«=»d with the idea of freeing China
from Manchu rule wliiie still a school
toy. His friends and family refused
to take him seriously, but he was not
to be deterred. Soon be was drilling
broom?ti' k companies of Chinese in
vacant lots.
Dr Sun Yat Sen. the leader of the
revolutionary movement, met him
i *hile in this country, was impressed
with his sincerity and believed in his
ability. From that moment, though
i little was heard of him o-intry,
his rise was rapid.
cox.r*.
VAN CF FUNERAL
PROCESSION STARTS
First Bcd es cf Titanic Victims
Leave Halitax.
Halifax. N. 8.,
May
2—The van of
the funeral procession, which is to ex
tend {.cross the entire continent, start
ed at v. 45 a. m. when the Intercolonial
express left for the West
Weeping relatives and friend# of
the Titanic victims arrived at the de
pot more than an hour before the time
of departure and waited impatiently i
to be»dn the sad journey home.
0
o
lexical Rebels lowed Dow
ia Attack OB Tepic.
221 ILN KILLED
Band ef Twt Thousand Irsurrectos
Cowp:ete!y Routed After Sever?
Fighting toy a Much
Sm»Uer
Force
c' Government Troop*.
Tepic. Mn. April 26.—(By courie
T» El Peso. Tel., May 2.1—With 22
4end and mere than this numbe
woanced. many of whom were unabl
to crawl from the field of battle,
tand of 2.090 rebels under comman
-f Manuel Guerrero has been con
:e!y routed by the garrison of thi
city, aided by the police of the Iocs
eommandery. The attack began o:
We
dce?d^y, April 24. In the garr'so
frere 475 men.
£t was seen that the rebels woul
*Mer if possible by the main roa
Colonel Espinosa, commanding th
federals, placed on the roof of th
curate! three men and a three-poun
rapid firing gun. throwing solid sb:
into the rebels as they were approach
leg, while in each of the three roa
ways another rapid fire gun we
planted to reinforce the cavalry an
the foot soldiers.
The fire of the three-pounder gs*
pic that the battle was on in eames
It did such effective work in the rani
of the approaching rebels that the
were delayed until the garrison ha
transported abundaat ammunition
all the outposts and completed all ne
essary preparations for the battle.
Gunners Had the Range.
At 5 o'clock in the afternoon the af
tack began. The three machine gui
opened fire with a rattle that soon I
came a deafening purr. The gunne
of the federal army had the range ai
the rebels began to fall by ones ai
twos and then by squads as the a
sailants rose from the furrows of tl
fallow fl^ld to run forward ten yard
and then to drop again into the sh
tering earth.
The rebels rushed on nnchecked ur
Ml they were within 200 yards of tl*.
*ton« walls which screened the n
efc'ne guns and the cavalry.
The cavalry was ordered to charr
and check the rebel advance, but w
forced to retire.
The rebels followed In a headlo*
charge, but the machine guns a:
rifles of the garrison mowed the
down.
A fresh band led by Guerrero gain
almost the entrance to the town I
fore they were driven back.
Trapped into a second charge
force the rebels were received with
concentrated fire and suffered hea
losses before the unwounded could
cape to the hills.
MILLIONS FOR GOOD
Hcuse Inserts Provision in Postoffice
Bill.
Washington, May 2.—The hot'
Sided the national good roads mo
ment by passing a provision in tl.»•
postoffice appropriation bill, whl
would grant a subsidy to all highway
used in the rural free delivery
service. These roads would be 1 vid•
in three classes with subsidies of $
$20 and $15 a mile. It is estimah
the cost to the first year would be $!
000,000 to $18,000,000.
The amendment, offered by Repre
sentative Shackleford of Missouri, was
a compromise of twenty-nine good
roads bills introduced during the pr. s
ent session of congress. It divides ai
highways used in the rural free deli\
ery mail service Into three class
Class A is to receive $25 per mile
year, Class $20 and Class $
The amendment was adopted by
Vote of 132 to 39.
BODIES WIDELY SCATTERED
Farther Search for Titanic Victims
Nearly Hooeless.
Halifax, N. 8., May 2.—Fears that
the death cr\il?o of the cableshlp Mln'a
and her search for bodies of Titani
victims will be well nigh fruitless w.
partially confirmed by the following
wireless received by the WThite Star
line officials here from Captain de
Cartot of the Minia:
"For Ismay. Today northerly gale,
misty found body T. W. King, pur
ser's assistant, latitude 41.110, longitude
48.16, being forty-six miles east of that
found yesterday, showing how widely
scattered and difficult to find, with no
reports from passing steamers to help
me. Icebergs numerous as far south
as 40.30, longitude 48.30."
Underwood Winner In Plerida*
Jacksonville, Fla., May 2.—With thr
returns from the interior and south
em part of the state coming in slow
ly it is apparent on their ficc that the
Democratic delegates to the Haiti
more convention will casi their votes
for Oscar I'nderwood at least on (he
initial ballots. In the ities Under
wood defeated Governor Wood row
Wilson more than 3 to 1, while in the
towns he ran ahead, although not In
so large a ratio.
We offer
at all time.
*0M)S
0 A S
BEGIN EARLY
To Rid Your Farm of the Destructive GOPHER.
G«t busy before vegetation gets for advanced a
the GOPHERS are now hungry and will eat the hu.\
more readily. Rid your farm of the pests now before tr
before the breeding season begins. One gopher
now means at least ten to kill a few weeks later.
Use STRYCHNINE, it is the cheapest
and best GOPHER killer on the market.
strychnine
in
s
We carry Kaffer Corn, Cane Corn,
Bromus Inermis, Timothy, Mil
let, Alfalfa—all reliable seed of
approved Test.
Give us a call and inspect our seed.
Seed, Feed* Hay, Grain, Etc., on hand
THE MARTENS FEED STORE
Neshitt's Old Stand Fast of 10c Feed Barn
Dakota Mutual Lile Insurance Company.
WATERTOWIS SO. DAK.
Mr. Thoughtful Reader:-
You are trying to make some money on a snia.i.
medium or large scale, you are looking ahead, you are most
likely trying to accumulate something for yourself and for
those who are or those who may be dependent on you and
also a margin for your own old age, if your plans are cor
rect (if not you can change them in time) you will succeed
in your undertakings proviced you live. You cannot make
money to-morrow nor the next day nor at any future time,
you can only do so NOW, so your success depends on the
future. Will it not be good business and the essence of con
servativenessto insure the future and make the whole scheme
of human life a success as far as you are concerned? Yuu
can do this by a plan wrhich many times cost you less than
you may think, as the cost may finally be used to complete
the plans of a life time. Buy a 20 payment Policy,
J. L. Vaii2 han, A sent. Lemmon, S. D.
REM
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r..
10 M0R E TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES
NAILS. T«oh«. orCltM will not Ut th«ftirowt.
A 1: 11' I (11 11 I I u Ml ..l i i« 1 J» i -«4 ,|, y
ridlnt', very duraMe m,d ltm in-ide' v|
siieotnl ijuallly if i uMht, whlcli ue\er I"
comes l'ori'tis nnd which rUi-es t.p si-.
nil net lire* without, n 11 mv I n tr I ho n i 1.1
have hundreds of letlers frMii natisfl. i v ...
•t «t luir h-ilthi'ir Ir.-s lia voonl .v Ix-en i unus'd
O-lvvlce 111 whi'le mii-mi. They welth rn.itx« lum
t»n
ordinary lire the tmnotim.reslsUntf iualiu. s beii.if
iv. ii by several layers
t,f
^ITH ONOCK
i n
killed
oz. vials 25c. 1 oz. vials $1.50
Macomber & Co.
U I S S
LEMMON, South Dak
Seed Headquarters
The Martens Feed Store
Joe Martens, Manager
WANTED-A RIDER AGENT
IN EACH TOWN n
Ranger"I
ivl \i«s I V.?vf
O O N O U Y
i diTri''! to ride and exhibit asaau-le Latest M*i-1
::m. i 1\" us. i ur i11ev«-r/when.- are
im rj s pttia cffT tf i• ftt
NO MONEY REQUIRED until jou n\iip and approve of y".r
I i :yck. We ship toauyoneanyw! in th" C. S unhurt dy.*
i advance.
rr„s,fr,ifhu
11,1n. »|«e| illy |nM. r.
.Ml
II •.-A oiM.
and allow TEN DAYS' FUMTRIAUdur:.*
lu-li time you may ride the bicycle a-:d put it to ar.r tt »t you w.-'.
you are then ii,.t perfectly s-.u -'M ii d-i r. wSh ke. the
1 -vc|" ..U jr llat Oi V jH-Il a :li
FACTORY PRICES
you
U'i.7
Vll
moc out tent.
furui 11 till
highest trra.ie tj.:ycl's it i-
V nl I*'"rtil'le to make at one s-iual! trutit al»iv
i -.aveflO to $.-5 middlemen's proiits by In ..
the Dinr.ufaeturer'sfru.'irantee lehind yu.
1
a i ,..r of tin s from si «.•»
I s aj.d leara our unheard of
tl yon r- i v«•
tv
WILL"BE'ASTOIliSHEDlS^ir75^T^SSJ^?^in^!"^f-"-
we can in*ke you this year. We the farghect #rmde bicrcles
.... 'VonrfKatl^rtl !th !.«.•' j-rorjta^'
y*. A n
v'-
tiwt'"»rv
undt*r ,urown teatduu our pr.-.
i our cjv
BICYCLE DEALMS,
nd bani t^'.-re'es, 1-
WMtartr
chain® an! pedals, part:
!L2 Hedgethorn Puoctnre-Proof S
Self-healingTiresfo^^^
*hr1eon lh« trend Tho nvular |rlco of thesn iin«
I, »I0 .H. ,H ,.alr but f„r«d,erUslf^ ,u,r s wo
nialilim a mkvIhI fitctnrv tulco to the rl.ler of omU-« Srtn
dav I. Her Is nvelved. \\oHhti(\ li
have evnmtn, nnd f.»mu| Ujiein slriclly ivwwnu'i.
hoppl'V "Hiking thf ltrur^4.SS v*T pairl
1f roil FULt-CA®H
u«ath of
t. i r»«k tu
ti-
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M- ... tv i' iii i fa'*! aJ iDtnHin.'tor*
1' "M 1 ti,»N
w.ou...ni,wL
i j®® MOT WAiT',::'.i\*?r y.
Notic* ih« thick rubbe^trc^d
•'A"«nd puncture strips
•nd **0"al5o rim strip W
to prevent rim cutti ng. It*
tir® will outlast any
make—SOFT, ELASTIC iw
EASY RIDING.
All orUtT-^ s1 lppod sar-'1
u do 11,.: :».iV a o* ut until i '-i
i. VWare i^rfwt.yn
ill l'.n«t ttrtt tv. v
u*»1 or at ar
e us y^uronier.
.able
i rlte
want
^'^"QtilToniaend^rapairofHrt^efhoni
^unarjr Cauu^uanbtcb dMcriMaaa quota* all makes aQ0
wttninn
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J.L.MEADCYCLE COMPANY, CHICAGO,ILL

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