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WEDNESDAY, APRIL t, UtO.
D1MMICK. PAat eioHT EVERETT TRUE BY CONDO. Today's Markets ! CORN MARKET TAKES ! AN UPTURN TODAY hi,-;,,.,,. April T. Decided upturn:' she value nf com ti'.il; place to- :,.-,v intlu, need apparently mum.- . -, .'.v. it v of offerings than by any ills .lav of purchasing power. Most of ' !).' demand i aim' from shorts. 1 he -pi-ciding of the rail strike however ,. I .somewhat to etiootirige bull I i-h ser.titii.-nt. Opening prices, which : , ,1 ir.-in the same as yesterday s ' ,', ! .' 'o U- higher, w ill: May fl. :!.. :' 1 ; and July $ I . ' 7 1 7 1 a . were foiU.w.Ml I iy a slight MiK and 'I"'11 ,.,t.il uatll!" an annum. ,t. like .era rellected til" .mucin- i.li,. t rattle situation ami the .!,., nt ine.igerness ol rece.pi-- ' vu v wJ-.-Ill ' : u'- "' , -lading .lulv at '-':V' vh I markd - ov-.l a mod. 'rat vonernl a.! ' provisions were .lull and w.-ak. ! Pending settlement of Hi.' railroad .uU" most packers hero have s,. ,,:n!".l slaughtering. i is-12." ; tinners ami miters Uv vi.il calves $ 1 --IT."..': steers $(t-11.Sj; stocker sled i -Jl I. !!"'. I Hti"t p Receipts l.i .u; ; 'lambs M pounds down :f ! "7. ! and common $U. 75-17. 7.". ewi I i u in . good and choii . $ ' ! l ! and common $S-10.7"i. $', 00 feeder $7 a.ly; mils med i nils A i No. I No 1 No. i No. j No. WALLACE GRAIN white corn . . yellow corn white corn . yellow corn white oats . . MARKETS Il.i'.l .... i t;i , MI.S t 1 I. - LOCAL MARKETS -rue- lot H WEXT rvt: A A-" VVM II J Jl aii.vo inx, r - , , N I'll use thc- Potatoes i -i, . v iirii 7 i'matoi . , oil t - seven oar- . tio lite m' ked $: 7.".-' 'hi 7; Maine Crem -1 rotii; ; Dii.ru round ditto Imlk ill : : l :s in .ao',;. ispi'insera. T.'iC. Koo.rers, II.'. Ileus. ZrjC. Stans, 1S'. Turkeys. UtKUc. Inioks, 2.rc. I'iBi'ons, loc. cs, 4c Butter. &oc. nrd, Hoc ookiri,,' miner, one. nck.'il ckks. :!0c. Cream. 0"'O. ' i f T ' .- I ,-"' .11 i . k . I 1 - .M-V i ' j V t . T- I Wail Street York. Anril 7 Mit'Heil upward l" e iiioniini; r.-Kanli.1 ..i-.oo r i kin l- sa es ol 111 approximating '" lir's. !.aker extended its a. lvalue to , New ' ni.u ket ' inn tin MARSEILLES MISS THERESA PHILLIMOKfc, Repretentative, Branch Office Phillimore Budldlng Tfie st oik ivanily dur s of heavy lirst hour Stude-alnui-t J", a:;l otM-r l.-aiin.'s oi pionouu-. d "s!m;sI!i in. iu.!. 'd Ceneral Motors. BetliioheU). ;"ru. iiile and Kepuidie Steels. Baidwin Bo.olllof ives. MeX-ii-iM l'. trol.'i:ui. Texas Conumy. Ainer iran Wool.-::. I'uited States Uul.her. Marii.e Preferred. A'lautie Calf. Cnitetl Kniit. American International Corn Products and several sugar Is sues, Advances anions tlo-se stocks ranged from ':' to ' points hut V. S. Steel failed to gain ni icli more than a point. Cull money was l'r.-ely sup pli-il at pr cent Hides ana Wocl. Horse hides, fi.'iO, N... I lodes. It)., K'C. No. U hides, 14c. No ) calf, lb., :"ic. V.uskrats. 50c to t' 70. Skunks, Jii to JS. Kaccoon. Sl.aO to 17. Mink, tl to 10. Live Stock. St( ers, stock, cwt., ti ; $in-U'. Calves, cwt., $I0-U'. Spring lanilis, cwt., $10-11. i JIMMY WILDE BOBS I UP AT PHILADELPHIA 1 Philadelphia. April 7.--Kor consi.l ' erabie length of time light fans have , heard nothiiig of Jimmy AVilde. At lirst it was thought that he had prob lably sneaked hack to his native laud. ' Inn' he has heen roaming around and has liol'bed up again. I ' The Knglish flyweight champion 'camf to this city yesterday with nisi manager and posted forfeit for liisj rintn roiiml light with 'Buttling Mur-! ray at the Camden Sportsmen's cluh J April l'I. j Murray has a good record attached j to him and from all indications the! mi will he well attended and will lie i a tirst c lass encounter. James will j . pn.hahly go w ild that nUllt, as he has j had a good rest and was probably tin-i , il.'i t.iking considerable training dur-j i mg Ins vacation. champs un oflet of f 20.0(H) for Cra pelitier to fight Bill Brelinall here for u llfteen round heavywelghl Ixnit Ahrams' wire has not yet been an swered. Five thousand dollars was guaranteed for a six round match. PAL MOORE GIVES BRAMER BAD BEATING fat, cwt. Memphis. April champion bantam from Memphis, erallv massacred Harry Bramer Kansas Citv with REVISE AUTOMOBILE DURABILITY RUNS Chicago, April 7. - What promised to be one of the biggest events in western motordoin was announce!! yesterday when Samuel K. Miblien. captain of the Chicago A. A., stated that plans for the return reliability run between teams representing the New York A. V. and the Cherry circle club were all settled. According to further statements the run will be held June 17 and IS. The night control will he either Madison. Indianapolis or Peoria. These cities are approximately 2u0 miles away from Chicago by automo bile road. The lHl'.t run ended in u tie. Kddie 1 Rickeiibacher avted as referee. Both captains li the teams met with the ap proval or the decision and arrange- GRAIN QUOTATIONS Chi. c. w H Co. Phone ago market re Kit by. niana famish Simon Ml 1 Ia Room '.!!:' Moloney Buildin1-' Prev Local Notes. 'a!!U' .... v..,i,., o. i Jerry . f .. lira .V 1111 III! .-.I 11-lll.t. wt... .ill . nun -. - 1,1 family are preparing their household furniture for shipment to Oak Park. 111. Towey, son of Mr. and .Mrs. Towey" of Rutland township, at the St. Joseph parsonage ty rauier OT.oughlin. The couple were attend ed by Helen Orsi and William Lane. The couple departed for Chicago and upon return will reside with the urcom's parents in Rutland township. Livestock. hicago. April 7. -II. ;...mi; steady wiui vest uge, bulk Si i.'J.H'. -heavy $14.7-rela0: $l").i:u: light !.".. -1' Rf reipts. dav's aver- :.; top $l.i."e; medium $ la I.."-,. ; light light s,.,')t sows, smooth rought J1.27.V i Corn i Mav .. I .lulv .. Sept .. Ciats- : Mav . . i . . tuiy P' High. Low Close, close. i..:4' i -'- i f't' i.t:2'-, l :,,vi., i i i.-"'i-;i 1,-141", i,-j i.r.i ill '., S.l7 !l 1H 'J .. vt " s s:;rs s2.''.. TIL. 7 : 7n-: ! merits were made to renew the con i test in Chicago this summer. It was further announced that the same dri- 1 pair of gloves for v(lvs wj, took part In the contest last eight rounds Monday night in this , year w ill also drive in June, citv Pal's victorv was decisive, but!' he had to work for it. Hramer, ul-th.im-h lieaien at iivervthiiig. took the trimming gamely and always was i there to make an attempt to land ! one on the champ. In the last round1; Bramer was slowed up considerably 1 and was twice rocked by heavy right.s to the face, which I'al is noted for. A good sied crowd of spectators ut 1 tended the light. HARVARD TO ENTER EIGHT OARED CREW IN AMATEUR ROWING RACE Cambridge. Mass., April L- Harvard probably will have an eight-oared crew in the national amateur rowing regatta at Worcester in July with a view to (nullifying for the Olympic re gatta in Belgium. Coach William Har- (... 1.. ..l.mnini. 1 1 a.iil. 1 lies mini lu.ii lit- i. yiui'i"h i" ... ... CARPENT ER FIGHT1 " " ''re immediatelv after the ! Yale-Harvard regatta at New London, ,. , , ii"- v ih,.i. ,,,-n i June 2,ri from those members of the New Orleans. A h I ... -Am. he. PH . , crws who wisl. to muter was heard trom lately when!"" " . .Ihn M. Ahrams wired Francois lies-; make the trip. OFFERS $20,000 FOR Shlrlev Churchill, daughter of ..r. and Mrs. Vern Churchill, submitted o an operation at Kyuurn nospu.u today for the removal of tonsils. Long-Dawson. j Miss Nell Green returned to Chica- Miss Lois Long, daughter of Mr. j go today after u visit here at the a,i Mrs. Walter Long was united In j home of' Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. Phillimore. ; marriage at 2 o'lIock this afternoon i Charles Morello spent today in Chi- to Robert Hawson of this city at the) cag0 ' home of the bride's parents on east ,; Harold Kuy of Morris attended the , mff street The ceremony was per-, dance here last evening. i lo-med by Rev. Lawler, pastor of the ; Parr Shaver returned to Chicago p church of Ottawa in the pres- after u few ilavs visit here at the ,.,-,. f about twenty-four of the im-j home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. mediate relatives ot the contracting; c shaver parties. The bride was attended by Mrs C E. Eckelkraut und baby of i Miss C.ladys Cunim and the g.-oom by Ottawa spent todav at the home of j Ahmzo Allen. The bride wore a dress Mr and Mrs George Bogle in this ; ,,f blue crepe de chine and the bndes ('.lty i maid was attired in blue taffeta. The 'Mrs. John Hollo went to Chicago to-1 home was very ,u-ettily decorated for day for u visit at the home of h'-r the occasion with cut flowers. Fol daughter, iMTs. Charles Burster j lowing the oercmoi;y a two-course The Missionary society will meet wedding dinner was served, after tomorrow afternoon at the Congrega- I which the newlyweds departed for a tlonal church. week's visit with relatives in Chicago. Lester Smith of Ottawa, attended Both the bride and groom are among the dance In this citv last evening. 1 the popular young people of Mar- I seilles. The bride v. us employed at Tucker-Towey. the Marseilles telephone oftiie for the Miss Marie Tucker of Indiana, for- j past three -ears. The groom is em merly of this citv, was united in mar-j ployed by the Public Service Co. 1 he rlage at S o'clock this morning to . couple will reside in this city. ilMt;: heavy packing t!".I4- racking sows, rought $1.27..-! Corn- it : Mirs S!;t 2i-iri.25. i No. : mixed j Cattle -Receipts 7, mm; weak: beef i 0. :', yellow at t.er in editim and heavv. choice and I No. white jprimarv $14-15.27; medium and good i$ll.t'.."-14; common $ m.2'-l 1 .''' ; light ! weight, good and choice $12.0-14.ri'i; i common and ineiiium i" I butcher cattle, heifers ?sT:',.s.V. cow Cash i No. 4 w .lite i Oats- No. 2 i No. s ' No. ! white white white Markets j i.;7 i.ey 1 t;7'. l.ti-tU.-l.t'.'. j l.tH -l.i4'j 1 ul -l.nl'.j Us -14 I .mi ."7 S !'( lavs last week with his . Paul. 4Minti., his family, of Kvanston, uncle, A. N. today in the Court House Record of Real Estate Transactions and Business of the Circuit, County and Probate Tribunals. Warranty Deeds .'v. Prehistoric Tree Trunk Found in Iron Mine St. 1'iinl, Minn.-- 1 'iscover.v ha Just been made in the ilnhiinii iron mine, near Tacoiiite, linsca county. Miiuieol:i. um far from the source of the Mississippi river, of the trunk and branches of a prehisiut-ic pine tree in an excellent state of pivserv iithui and with pine cones iihuiit it. The tree Is not petrilied. The wood is us sound in the main as though it had been felled only a few years ago ion! the pine cones lire slill pliable. The uoe.l with exposure to ttir has nnt -ol'lened or crumbled. siikI tie' lind is the tlrst of Us kind on i.vcnr.1 so far us geologists of the great iron ranges can learn. ; preservation, eiiiisiilering the length of time they must have been lying in the swamp. The Inscriptions upon tin' --totie tablets marking the graves are iiliilt'e, so tiny eoiicetnre lis In tl.eir age is almost Impossible. An urn containing n quantity of bones wiis also unearthed. Elizabeth W & John L Barnard to , Fred K Dornhusch It4 bC! Chumplins add Ottawa; $130. j Elizabeth Waugh to Bert M & Nel- lie J Brown Its htfl Ninewa add I'eni; j $1. i I Win it Christiana Baker et ul to Earl Baker eW 21" ::i ."..u"0. I Anna Forgatch to John Fedor e1-. ilt:i bl Richard's sub &c Streator; I $ 1.700. ! t Graham Johnson &w to I? T Keat- J ; ing US b:i Richard's sub Alc Streator;) :L2o0. i Dora Dulev to Leonard McCalliste-i ; .t al Its 3.-. 3 Higby's add N Ctica; I S.'.s.uO. O-ocar it Klla Krickson Thotnnson w1-. ne'i; se'i .'.; $4.o0n. Circuit Court to nw U ('has 2! Chancery Orders JJ.Mt:: Mohan vs. Cavanaugli hrg on solrs fees --decree. i0!t:',."i Bowers vs. Kilmer- hrg or i.ijns to Trustee's report. 44:i sc-liultz V8 Cushman hra an 1 decree. Claims Contd H J Howlaml Wm H McKinney I)r J S Geen Hetzel & Co. f'lainis Tlismd Tiest Fish & Oy-ter Co disnid for want of pros. H Orr M U. stielll a nioi her. C. K. Robinsot'. of St spent over Easter w ith Miss Vita Coilieilsoll slient Easter with her Anderson and family. Misses Emma anil Ainiitila llu.o man wen- Chicago shoppers Tuesday and 'Wedneslny. Miss Ha lloiik spent over Easter atnotig relatives a: Ottawa. .Miss Gertrtde George was a Men dota shnpp"r Saturday. ? Miss Ida Hill spent several days the past week among relative.; in Chica go. Miss Ramona Thompson who in tends Northwestern I'niversily spent over Easter with her parents. ' Mesdames Clara Anton anl Emina Henry were (Mondota shopjiers Satur lay. Mrs. Margaret Barnes upent Wed nesday with her brother and family nt Aurora. TROY GROVE. Mr. and Mrs. Jas Brady are the proud parents of a daughter born at St. Mary's hospital in La Sulle, Sat urday, March 27th. Claude Marks has returned from an extended trip to Alexis, Aledo and Golva. Mrs. Harry Setchell was in Ottawa Wednesday. Mis Mary OVonnell sper.t Easter in ChlcaKii, ' ' ii. i.n.i viin Elbert Notherton ail- nounce the urrivul of a baby lrl at their homo, Wednesday. p mid Mrs. Eon HIckoK aim SOU Ogden were Saturday visitors at the I'ottinger home. Miss Ilittie Blllesbach spent the week end with north r.ide relutlves. Miss Olga Keutzer of Dover, Iw spending several weeks at the Neth erton boine. Mrs. Johu Casey was a Cherry vis itor Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hosteller are the proud parents of a baby boy. On Thursdiy, April I'th lit the vil lage hall In Troy Grove 11 leap year dance will be given by nine young ladies, lieeiuan's orchestra will fur uish the music. Mrs. ('bus. Stout was a Wednesday business caller In Ottawa. Miss Ida Keut.er spent Kaster with her parents. Dan Casey shelled corn Thursday and Saturday, delivering it In Cherry. James Casey of Peru was u Friday visitor on the county line. Gle.i Fa her of La Moille was n bus iness transactor in our midst Friday. Mr and Mrs. Herman Lumps .mil son Kenneth were Monday callers at Sam Schwartz's. Helen Keiilzer spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. Keut.er. Easter services ut St. John's Lulh erun church were postponed on ac count of the inclemency of the weal her. Michael Brennau returned to his home after his recent operation al St Mary's hospital. James Murlaugh returned to his home after a several week's stay al St. Mary's hospital, j Mrs. Ellen Nertney of La Salle spent Easter with her daughter, Mrs. , 1 ryan Doyle. 1 Miss Gladvs Baker spent days v if li her grandmother. Hess, at Peru. M irv Kellv returned from days stay with Peru relatives. Win. Murphy of Kewaliee Easter at the Mahar home. Elizabeth Dwyer of Arlington was a ween end visitor at the Coleman home. Misses Eloise and Blanche Mahar attended a dance at l.add Monday night. Miss Emily Coleman returned to rlington liter spending several days Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Peters and Ho with her pare. its. i Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Peters and llo bart and Henry Peters were Hollow- avville visitors Sunday. "Mr. and Mrs Will Wylle. Mr. and Mr, lliobt rt Stevenson and Hay St rout were Initiated in the order of the Eastern Star at Troy Grove Wed nesday night. Mrs. Brown Murnro a;id daughter Evelyn have returned from a two weeks stay with relatives In Shell burn. hid. Mrs. O Brien and son and Marie were Mendota visitors Saturday. a few Mrs. a few spe.it DISCOVERS NEW STEEL The Victim's Pelt. For our part, whenever we see 1 woman with ifltHH) worth of fur on we wonder who her husband skinned. Dallas News. i Inventor of Vanadium Steel Per I fects New Process. New Product Far in Advance of High Speed Steel Hitherto Made. Any "GOD BLESS YOU'S" MEANING Expression of Be Traced dine Solicitude That Back to the De of Athens. Can Woman "Spilled the Beans." Less tlitili a century ago a Gorman professor of chemistry succeeded re peatedly 111 producing small ipianiiiies of (old. which be exhibited to fellow scientists whose keen Interest 111:1 y well he Imagined. It was later nscer talncll that a devoted serviinl. anxious t.i i'lvi his muster nleiisiire. bud bought gold leaf mid surreptitiously 1 contributed It In the contents of the 1 crucible. One one occasion, however. the servant was sent on a distant er rand, 11 11 I left money with bis wile for the purchase of the requisite gold leaf. She spent the money for drink, buying Instead some "Dutch metal," which she put Inlo the pot. This led ; to a discovery of the fraud, prompt " revolution of which by the professor jrave rise to Immense amusement. Old Chinese Burial Pieces. Stmiighal'ii old buildings mi the Bund 'are rapidly disappearing, mid with 'their destruction tiuitiy discoveries in tlift wn.V of old burial places urc be ing made. While excavating for 11 uew building two Chinese graves wcr" discovered. llon being opened. th VOttlui were fouud. to he. lu.u. vv:vi The Greeks iitnl Romans had their "Long life t" joti:" Gesundheit! is now verbuteu. But we still say "Santc" and "God bless you'." Hl'ier n snee.e. This expression of solicitude can be trioed back to the decline of Athens, line of the terrible devastating plagues which darken the pages of 1 European history was raging In the J famous oily. The flower of Greece, j her foremost writers and artists, the , t. 1. ..- ,.t' 1,, nel, nf niir mullein cut- i lure, were ruthlessly cut down. The j I dead Idled high, and dally Athenian ; j courage was taxed to the fullest. I t . j to every home where lay a victim, the j i elixir of hope, the rainbow of prom- i 1 se. was 1 he snee.e, for it indicated , 1o the watchers that the Hunger wu" 1 imssed that the patient Would recover. I A few centuries Inter another epl- demic assailed Europe, but this time 1 the sneeze, being a symptom of the ! malady, was n bud omen. j In this age of witches, goblins, med- , ' h ine men and leeches superstition j nourished. Some of the most Intel- I , lectual nillids of the lime accredited i charm mid soothsayers. It whs there 1 fore nothing extraordinary for the j pope t decree the exclamation "God j bless Jim!" '' anyone who heard a snee.e. This whs supposed to com bat Its evil "powers and prevent the spread of the disease. And "G'l bless yon!" with lis kindly human In 1 lerest' has come down through the llges. Mis. Gust Gnnderson ar.d Misa Genevise were Aurora shoppers Wed nesday. Mr 1. F. O. Watson spent several davs last week among relatives at Ju liet. Miss Tess Mosey and Willis Daniel son were united in marriage on Sat urday evening at .'. o'clock at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. eha Mosey. Miss Gertrude George, Misses Houk and Widdows spent Tuesday at Earl-ville Miss Nida Anderson who attends school at Northwestern I'niversitv spent over Easter among the home folks. Miss Nora Stickling spent over Kas ter among the home folks at Elgin. Mrs. Jack Sexton of Aurora spetu Weilnesdav with relatives here. II. It. Thompson made a bunness Friday. Beckman of Aui'i week with relat: ,r i j r.f Merolota i the home j Mr- ' trip to Chicago Mrs. Olessa spent the past here. Mrs. T. W. Thorson stient Wednesday anion folks. Julias Martin of Aurora .pent T'iu.--slay with his parents. Mrs. 10. A. Danielson has returned home from a visit with relatives at Ottawa. Mrs. Lillian Graf of Bean-ice, Neb., is spending a few weeks among relative.-; here. Supt. C. S. Chappelear made a busi ness trip to Chicago Saturday. Miss Mamie Olson was an Aurora visitor Wednesday. Mr. anil Mrs. Marion Warren were j Chicago shoppers Wellieslay. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Watts spen' tne ' fore part of last week in Chicago, i Ernest Hovla, of Detroit, Mich.. Mr. and Mrs. Hochstetler are til" proud parents of a son born, Sa nu lla v, April ed. Mr and Mrs. Robert Hullenbern and Eon Ki.kok attended the Dog show in Chicago on Friday. Mrs. Ivan McDonald and son Biilie V. lof Joliet are visiting the Barber fain- I iiy. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Dan llabergpr and i daughter of Ottasen. Iowa spent Mom idav'at Glen Ellvn Klinfelters and Wednesday at Oscar Mills. They have been in Florida all winter. They also visited friends in the east beiore coinin" here. Mrs. Leon Gilmore of Heloit, 1 1 . . . , . . .-...I e, nei-e on aciD ini u 111- severe illtie ;s of 1) is mother, Mrs. Dan Kennedy. The latter is somewhat im proved. Mrs. M. Boyle and daughter, Mar garet, .Mrs. Barber and daughter, Mrs. MacDonald were La Salle shoppers Wednesday. ' On Wednesday evening. March "I Mr. Will Wylie. Mr. and Mrs. Kobeit Stevenson and Hoy Strout were initi ated into the 0. K. S. A light lunch and general good time followed. Mr. Wvlie treated the sixty members present to all the chocolate they could consume. Communion services will be held at the church Sunday, April 11th. London. The invention of a new steel, far in advance nf nn.v high speed steel hitherto made, is ascribed by the Daily Mall to John Oliver Arnold. r. fessor of metallurgy at Shetlield uni versity. Professor Arnold, w ho is vuhl to lia. e been the discoverer of vnnadi- u in 1 teel, claims, according to the i DailT Mail, that the new steel pos- i sessei far more commercial possibili , lies, that it is unrivaled in hardness, I that in tool form it will remove a 1 greater weight than any other steel, ', ami lhat it possesses comparatively ! longer life. j The Daily Mail indicates that I'ro j feasor Arnold uses molybdenum in ! stead of tungsten, and says: ! "If large iiualuities of molybdenum ; (a hard silver white metallic ele ment) can be found and the price re duced, tungsien will take a back seat, because (! per cent molybdenum will achieve more limn 1 per cent tungsten." AS GERMANS SEE BILL 1 I ft V5Vvv n a Th Is sketch of .William' Hohen Mlern, one-t kaiser -of Oer iany, was printed in &2 German ewspaper as a HkenesSitOiBM! he looks today.r LOST GOLD MINE IS FOUND Object of Twenty Years' Fruitless Search at Last Has Been Rediscovered. Well, So This Is Georges Try the (too Trader-Journal Want Ads . 1 I IT , v.-., .:;:.-.y,jg. mmm i Oil of VhO" V mm , j " " ".'L " vi. ...tool in Mow Vnrfc. Tha CIOBe-Ut Here is the latest picture or Georges carpentter, wmu '"V' " " 'nn--.- to be in thowa his powerfully-built shoulders and the exUnt of tthlilLV wonderful condition. There are no marks on his fao to dff lW ht ha been ln tha ooxing . eur8. lfa all showa in aU muscles and bttUd. Plp0 tt wedding ring JJi Spokane. Wash. The "lost" gold mine of th upper Salmon river dis trict of Idaho, source for years of mysterious wtnllh for Its original dis coverers und cause of the death of one of them, and the object of a 20 years' fruitless search by their "legatee," has been rediscovered, according to a re port reaching here. For many years two prospectors, Hughes and Swan, went every spring a mysterious journey into me mo central Idaho, und every fall re turned with quantities of raw gold, which made them the envied of every miner to whose ears word of their 1 great good fortune hud come. I Then one fall Hughes fell sick, and Swan, Ids partner, was waylaid and robbed of bis summer's toll In the hidden mine and murdered. Hughes died at length In poverty In this city. The mine lias been located, accord ing to 11 report from Lewlstown, Idaho, by two .Tonson brothers of that city. It Is declared to be on 11 trib utary f ati.von of Ramsey creek In the tipper Salmon river district of central Idaho. The ledge proper Is declared to be from four to sis feet wide, with n rich streak of tunm. In which the gold Is easily visible to the miked eye. four to six inches In width. GAGEL BROS. M Two Car Service Day and Night Stand, College Inn. Phone 1035. "WANT-ADS" IN THE KUKK TRADER JOURNAL. Red Cedar COMPOUND Reliable Protection against Moths Red Cedar Compound is one of the best means known for guarding against the ravages of moths. Will not injure furs or fabrics it used in accord ance with directions. For a limited time the regular 25c size 19c. CORBUS DRUG STORE