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HOT SPRINGS, S. D. JGEO. I. WARNER & SON, Publishers. Latest EVENTS I News of Interest Boiled Down for the Busy Man. «p a i» a PERSONAL. X. A. minister fro:!, yi'!Grwrr\ iitul Mi.'s Anna Cocl -^daughter dt former i:Vr,-"iir CockrH: of Missouri, vu'i uian i.'il iii,,\ya -hing vion. w. Professor S l^aprirc ili, former SHBtronoiner and director of (lit- Milaii ^observatory. wlm ue'-uvern.l tin, •f canal-lilic markiiirs on tin' jla •••IMars in 1.S77. is at 'Mian. Italy President T:ilt designated 1'.*trK-. "Otis ff.iiith, director of the gootoj-.ien! ^survey, as noting chief of '.He new bu :Teau of mines reccni!y authorized li .•congress W. .1. Jlryari ri turned 1o Lincoln jssNob., from liis fix weeks' trip to Ku v-STope. lie will rem,'.in ten days in Ne •sfjjraska, devoting hi. lime to state poll •'tics. Just. what, form his political ae tlvity will take .Mr. I'.ryau is noL ore spared to say. GENERAL NEWS. Secretary Hallinger ic?rt Washing 5«*ston for a trip of inspection in t.lu West, which may cover several months Thirty persons wore poisoner "through eating ie cream at a Four 1.1 pf July parly at tlie home of J. \Y SHands, in I lazlewood, «Ky. It was feared three may not recover. Robert Taft, son of the president Who ran down with an automobile Di Gregordio, ail Italian laborer, is com pletely exonerated by the state high way commissioners. lie was in no way responsible for the accident. The convention of the National Edu ^cation association in Boston began with sessions of the National Council pf Education. Freight rates on lemons from south en California to eastern destinations were reduced from $1.15 to $1 by the Interstate commerce commission, to take effect September 1. Two negro men who robbed and killed a white man were taken from the county jail at Charleston, Mo., and lynched by a crowd of 350 whites -tnost of them being farmers. William 13eckert, former chancellor -vof the German legation at Santiago, -Chile, who last September was con demned to death for the murder of an employe of the legation February S 6, ISO!), was shot at Santiago. Frank G. Bigclow of Milwaukee, the I former president of the First National tbank, who is serving a ten-year term 'tor a shortage of $1,600,000 five years 'ago, may be paroled by President Taft tinder a new law, it is reported. With Associate Justice Oliver Wen 'dell Holmes as the official representa rtive of the United States Supreme court, simple funeral services were bold at Sorrento, Me., over the body *af Chief Justice Melville W. Fuller, who died at his summer home from 'heart failure. The body was then ^shipped to Chicago, where it was in terred beside the grave of the lata justice's wife. The chief Mclce agents at the Clstants Washington Union station and his as have been discharged. Of ficials refuse to make a statement Gov. Jared Y. Sanders was elected ifTnited States senator from Louisiana,, succeeding Samuel Douglass McEn |ery, deceased. Richard A. Balllnger, secretary of 'jthe Interior, announced after his con ference with President Taft at Bever that he will remain in the cabinet. 4o matter what the verdict of the cragressional investigating committee ithe secretary decided that he will not Resign. •i A fresh sensation in connection Iwith the legislative bribery scandal^ u-ose when State's Attorney Wayman it Chicago announced that an indict ment had been voted charging John |A.. Maloy, a grocer, with attempting Ho corrupt Oscar T. Morford, a juror tn the recent trial of Lee O'Nell Browne. Dr. B. C. Hyde, convicted of hav -fng poisoned Col. Thomas Swope, the "millionaire philanthropist, was sen tenced to life imprisonment at hard "tabor by Judge Lathaw at Kansas City. An appeal to the state supreme oourt was filed by Hyde's attorney. Led by the United Societies of Christian Endeavor, with 4,000,000 -tnembers, and the International Asbo- Ee- itlon of Police Chiefs, a movement on feet to prevent the exhibition of pictures of the Jeffries-Johnson iVrtse' flsht that promises to be inter- t10 itlonal in its scope. According to reports & zodiac dirig Mt&oon was brought to New York •jltaljr !4"tboard a steamer by Stuart Davis' of Providence, R. !., who in 'tends to establlMh the first aerial ferry frAawrtca. The balloon Is to carry sngBrs between Narragansett pier •«s*Mewpert. It Is a Mistake Many have the idea that anything will sell if advertised strong enough. This is a great mistake. True, a few sales might be made by advertis ing an absolutely worthless article but it is only the article that is bought again and again that pays. An ex ample of the big success of a worthy article is the enormous sale that has grown up for Cascarets Candy Cathar tic. This wonderful record is the result of great merit successfully made known through persistent advertising and the mouth-to-mouth recommendation given Cascarets by its friends and users. Like all great successes, trade pi rates prey on the unsuspecting public, by marketing fake tablets similar in appearance to Carcarets. Care should always be exercised in purchasing well advertised goods, especially an article that has a national sale like Cascar ets. Do not ailow a substitute to be palmed off on you. What's the Answer? We're ready to quit! After sending twn perfectly rhymed, carefully scan no', pleasurably sentimental pieces of poetic junk to seventeen magazines and having them returned seventeen times, we turn to tlie current issue of a' new inonthy and find a "pome" modeled after Kipling's "Vampire," and ill which home is supposed to rhyme with alone, run on page eleven with all the swell eurlycues ordinarily surrounding a piece of real art. If poetizing is a gift we are convinced that this poet's must, have been. As for us, we are on our way to the wood rhed to study the psychology of the ax or any other old thing that, hasn't to do with selling poetry to maga zines. =5®!®- A Protection Against the Heat. When you begin to think it's a per sonal matter between you arul the sun to seo which is the hotter, buy your self a glass or a bottle of Coca-Cola. It is cooling—relieves fatigue and quenches the thirst. Wholesome as the purest water and lots nicer to drink. At soda fountains and car bonated in bottles—5c everywhere. Send 2c stamp for booklet "The Truth About Coca-Cola" and the Coca-Cola Baseball Record Hoolc for 1910. The latter contains the famous poem "Casey At The Bat," records, schedules for both leagues, and other valuable baseball information compiled by au thorities. Address The Coca-Cola Co., Atlanta, Ga. The Miser of Sag Harbor. "Economy," said Daniel W. Field, tlie millionaire shoo manufacturer of Boston, who at the age of forty-five has entered Harvard, "economy is es. sential to wealth, but by economy I don't mean niggardliness. "Too many men fail to attain to wealth because they practise a cheeseparing and mean economy that gets everybody down on them. "They practise, in fact, an economy like that of old William Brewster of Sag Harbor. William, you know, would never buy oysters because he couldn't eat shells and all." DR. MARTEL'S FEMALE PILLS. Scvenln-u Team the Sinndnrd. Prescribed and recommended for Women's Ailments. A scientifically prepared remedy of proven worth. The result from their use is quick and permanent. For sale at all Drug Stores. Household Consternation. "Charley, dear!" exclaimed young Mrs. Torkins, "the baby has swallowed a gold dollar!" "Great heavens! Something must be done. There will be no end to the cost of living if he gets habits like that!" The Inevitable, Briggs—I don't think much of Un derblossom. He's a scoundrel. He lies in his teeth. Griggs—Why shouldn't he? His teeth are false.—Life. Ir. Pierce'* Pleasant Pellets regulate and lnrlg orata stomach, liver and bowels. Sugar-coated, tiny granules, easy to take as candy. Theatrical expense accounts come under the head of play bills. mini 25 "Guar** STOCKERS & FEEDERS Choice quality reds and roans, white (aces or angus bought on borders. Tens of Thousands to select from. Satisfaction Guar anteed. Correspondence Invited. Come and see for yourself. National Live Stock Com. Co. At either Has»«s City, Mo., St. Jssepk.Ms., S.OsMha.Neh. THE 6REAT DJUN HAY TOOLS ARE TNE BEST. ASK YOUR DEALER OR JOHN DEERE PLOW COMPANY, OMAHA, NEB. PM. Spiesberger & Son Co. Wholesale MilliRir* Ik* la Mm WMt OMAHA. NKB. Tin Ub8Banker's Old Life af Lincoln, Nebraska, wants a mans' wkola Ume labour neighborhood. Good pay,irrit«Wb STEP TOWARD PEACE MANCHURIAN PACT OF JAPAN AND RUSSIA HAS BEEN MADE PUBLIC. FILED AT STATED EPARTM ENT Contracting Parties Agree to Co-Op erate in Improvement of Railway System in Manchuria—Viewed as a Harmless Document. Washington, L. C.: The text of the Jong hfraided .M anchnrian convention between Japan and Russia, signed July -J at St. Petersburg, was made public Tuesday night. It is one of tlie shortest important treaties of modern limes, being just 2.'17 words in length. i. follows: "Tlie imperial government of Japan and the imperial government of Rus sia, sincerely attached to the princi ples established by the convention concluded between them on June i!11 to July .17, HOT. and desirous of de veloping the effects of that convention with a view to the consolidation ol peace in the extreme east, have agreed to complete the said arrangement the following provisions: Article 1. Willi the object of facil itating comimmieat ion and develop ing the commerce of nations, the uve high contracting parties mutually en gage to lend each other their friendly co-operation with a view to tue amel ioration of their respeitive railway lines in Manchuria, and the improve ment of the connecting .service of the -said railways and to abstain from all competition prejudicial to tile reali -..! lion of this object. Art. 2. Kaeli of the high contracting parties engages to maintain and re spect the status quo in .Manchuria re sulting from the treaties, eon vent ions and other arrangements concluded up to this day between Japan and Russia, or between either of these two powers and China. Copies of the aforesaid arrangements have been exchanged between Japan and Russia. Art. !!. In case that any event arises of a nature to menace the status quo above mcntined the two high contract ing parties shall in eacn case enter into communication with each other, in order to arrive at an understanding as to the measures they may judge it necessary to take for the mainte nance of the said status quo. The convention has been presented to the state department by both the Russian and Japanese ambassadors. The notes of transmission were almost as interesting as the agreement itself. A PHENOMENON IN ALASKA Rainey Hollow Glacier Moving £t Rate of Twelve Feet a Day. .luueau, Alaska: The great glacier in Rainey Hollow, near Haiunes, Alas ka, is moving at the rate of twelve feet a day. Huge masses of ice are falling with thunderous noise over the precipice at whose brink the glacier discharges. This is a season of the glaciers' ad vance all over Alaska. Never has such rapid extension of the ice rivers been known in the history of the world. The theory is that avalanches caused by earthquakes are responsi ble for the increased flow. Tlie Na tional Geographical society has an ex pedition in Alaska studying the phe nomenon. To Shelve the Bill. London: The house of commons, by a vote of 299 to 190, Tuesday pass ed the second reading of the women's suffrage bill for which David .James Shackleton, labor member from the Clitheroe division of Lancashire, is the sponsor. The bill provides for granting the parliamentary franchise to women who are possessed of the proper qualifications and who already exercise the franchise in municipal elections. The government will now shelve the bill. Dies of a Cancer. Philadelphia, Pa.: Dr. Milhran K. Kassabian, one of the best known X-ray specialists in the United States, died at a hospital here Tuesday from a skin cancer contracted from burns received during many years of prac tice with Roentgen ray3. S "Garry" Herrmann Heads Elks. Detroit, Mich.: August "Garry" Herrmann of Cincinnati was elected grand exalted ruler of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks here to succeed J. U. Sammis of LeMars, la Hermann was candidate last year. Sioux City Live Stock Market. Sioux City: Tuesday's quotations on the Sioux City live stock market foliow: Top beeves, $7.60. Top hogs, $8.50. Cook Appointed Revenue Collector. Washington, D. C.: Willis C. Cook, of Sioux Falls, S. D., has been ap pointed collector of internal revenue for the district of North and South Dakota, succeeding Herman Ellerman, resigned. Newspaper Man Dead. Washington, D. C.: J. Whitt Her I ron, business manager of the Evening TStar, and for 30 years connected with Its management, died here Tuesday. A BAD THING TO NEGLECT. Don't neglect the kidneys when you notice lack of control over the secre tions. Passages become too frequent or scanfv urino is discolored and sedi ment. appears. No medicine for such troubles like Doan's !i "€»or* picture rre.ls rl Stor^j Kidney Pills. They quickly remove kid ney disorders. Mrs. A. E. Fulton, 311 Skidmore St., Portland, Ore., says: .My limbs swelled terribly and I was bloated over the stomach and had puffy spots beneath the eyes. My kidneys were very unhealthy aifd the secre tions much disordered. The dropsical swellings began to abate after I began using Doan's Kidney Pills and soon I was cured." Remember the name—Doan's. For sale by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. THE REASON. & Spick—The doctor has given him up. What's the matter with him? Span—Impecuniosiiy I guess. Unflattering Truth. A Chicago physician gleefully tells a child story at his own expense. The five children of some faithful patients had measles, and during their rather long stay in the improvised home hos pital they never failed to greet his daily visit with pleased acclamation. The good doctor felt duly flattered, but rashly pressed the children, In the days of convalescense, for the reason of this sudden affection. At last the youngest and most indiscreet let slip the better truth. "We felt so sick that we wanted awfully to do something naughty, but we were afraid to be bad for fear you and the nurse would give us more hor rid medicine. So we were awfully glad to see you, always, 'cause you made us stick out our tongues. We stuck 'em out awful far!" He Rose to It. "Do you know," said a little boy of five to a companion the other day, "my father and I know everything. What I don't know my father knows, and what my father don't know 1 know." "All right! Let's see, then," replied tb6 older child, skeptically. "Where's Asia?" It was a stiff one, but the youngster never faltered. "Well, that," he answered coolly, "is one of the things my fathei knows."—Harper's Bazaar. Cost of Spontaneity. "I want the office, of course," said the aspiring statesman, "but not un less 1 am the people's choice." "We can fix that, too," said his cam paign manager "only you know it's a good deal more expensive to be the people's choice than it is to go in as the compromise candidate." Heard Many a One. Ihe Judge—Madam, do you under* stand the nature of an oath? The Witness—You seem to forget, your honor, that I've been married for over 20 years. Compound Interest comes to life when the body feels the delicious glow of health, vigor and energy. That Certain Sense of vigor in the brain and easy poise of the nerves comes when the improper foods are cut out and predigested Grape-Nuts take their place. If it has taken you years to run down don't expect one mouthful of this great food to bring you back (for it is not a stimulant but a rebuilder.) Ten days trial shows such big results that one sticks to it. "There's a Reason* Get the little book, "The Road to Wellville," in pkgs* tospux CERCAL CO., LTD* Battle CtMk, Kick. At a joint meeting of /eflrescfita tlves of tlie state railroad commis sions of Ohio, Michigan and Indiana, at Indianapolis, a petition was pre sented tfl the Interstate Commerce commission requesting tiie suspension of the operation of the new freight rates submitted by roads in the Cen tral Freight, association territory until a thorough investigation of the cause could be made. Mrs. Ella Flagg Young of Chicago was elected president of tho Nations? Education association, after a contest in which she and her supporters de feated the nominating committee. The state department at Washing ton is informed that Nicaragua has begun the rcconcentration policy which made Spanish rule in Cuba so infamous. Albert J. Heverldge, Tnitcd States senator from Indiana and one of the most prominent and consistent of the "progressive" Republicans, came dov. from Sagamore Hill with a promise from Theodore Roosevelt, to deliver a campaign speech in his fight for re election to the senate. About ."0 tons of armor plate, so de fective as to be worthless, was fitted to the two American Dreadnaughts, the North Dakota and the T'tn.li. The value of the plate, was $20,000. News of this startling discovery became public as the result of a protracted conference hekl at the navy depart ment. President Taft. accompanied by his family, will on July start on a emise aboard the naval yatch May flower for Bar Harbor and other ports along the Maine coast:, llis cruise will last ten days. Colored residents of Chicago gave Jack Johnson, the new fistic champion, a welcome when he arrived in the city, which eclipsed any demonstra tion ever given before to a person of his race. Woodrow Wilson. president of Princeton university, will be the Dem ocratic candidate for president, of the T'nited States in 1012 if a combination of "W ill street and political interests can make him so. Preliminary plans Ri'o already under way. Continuing the policy of conserva tion, President Taft: signed orders withdrawing "5,0711,1 G-l acres of coal lands from the public domain in the states of North and South Dakota, Utah. Colorado and the Territory of Arizona. At the close of a political meeting at Charlevoix, Mich., Gov. Judson Har mon of Ohio, in a chat with friends, stated he would be a candidate for the presidency on the Democratic ticket in 1912 of the party called on him. The New York court of appeals se verely scores Arthur P. Heinze, whose sentence of ten days to Blackwell's island for obstructing the court in the United Copper company proceedings in New York, it confirms. A bomb hanging from a tree in such a position that an automobile top would strike it, was found on the Har riman estate, near Arden, N. Y. W. J. Bryan has given out a state ment again refusing to be a candi date for senator. Four hundred union carpenters were locked out by the Master Builders' as sociation of Des Moines, la., because the carpenters refused to work with nonunion structural iron workers. Dr. R. J. Walker of Toledo, O., was found dead on a Michigan Central rail road train at Dorchester, Mich. The body was taken to Detroit and the coroner decided death was caused by apoplexy. That bleached flour is adulterated Is the verdict reached by a jury in the government case to test the issue at Kansas City, Mo. P. J. Carrigan, a seaman and former Alaskan miner, asserts at Colorado Springs, Col., that he ascended Mount McKlnley and found the records which Doctor Cook claimed to have left on the summit. Three more persons injured in the wreck of the Big Four Limited near Middletown, Ohio, have died, making 23 killed. Two others are not expect ed to live. Charles K. Hamilton, the aeronaut used his automobile near Atlantic City to transport a fire engine and later to carry water. The endangered structure was saved. The home of Rev. R. B. Fisher, pas tor of the Neoga (111.) Presbyterian, church, was dynamited and Mrs. Fish er was injured. Rev. Mr. Fisher has been leading a crusade against "boot leggers." The triple-deck steamboat Grand Republic, returning to New'York city from Rockaway beach with about one hundred excursionists on board, took fire in the lower bay. The burning craft, sister ship of the ill-fated Gen eral Slocum, was headed at once to the dock of the Crescent Athletic club, where all her panic-stricken passen gers were landed. The Great Northern ticket office at Everett, Wash., was looted of $2,537 by a bandit, who knocked the agent down with a club and carried off three sacks of gold and silver coin. Premier Canalejas will submit to King Alfonso a bill forbidding further religious orders to enter Spain until the pending negotiations with the Vatican for the revision of the Con cordat arc ended. The constitutionality of the reclama tion act was upheld in a decision bj the United States court of appeals at San Francisco. The decision estab lishes the right of the secretary of the interior to acquire by condemnation or otherwise, lands and waters in the furtherance of any reclamation pro ject Crazed by the fear that her six-year old laughter would be kidnaped, Mrs. W. B. Luxton, wife of a ranchman llvtlff ten miles from Cortes, drowned the ehild In a washtub to save it from what her unbalanced mind considered worse fate- Your Liver is Clogged up That's Why You'r* Tired—Out uf Sorts—Have No Appetite.^ CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS will pot you right in a tew days. They da CARTERS their doty. Care Cenitipa tlM, Bfl ioaiiKu, ladigettiM, aad Sick Hmdiche. SMALL PILL SMALL DOSE, SMALL PUCI GENUINE must bear signature: HE'D HAD SOME HARD KNOCKS. "Fortune knocks onoe at every mal' door." "Fortune is a knocker, all right." A BURNING ERUPTION FROM HEAD TO FEET "Four years ago I suffered severely, with a terrible eczema, being a mass of sores from head to feet and for six weeks confined to my bed. During that time I suffered continual torture from itching and burning. After being given up by my doctor I was advised to try Cuticura Remedies. After the first bath with Cuticura Soap and ap plication of Cuticura Ointment I en joyed the first good sleep during my entire illness. I also used Cuticura Resolvent and the treatment was con* tinucd for about three weeks. At the end of that time I was able to be about the house, entirely cured, and have felt no ill effects since. I would advise any person suffering from any form of skin trouble to try the Cuti cura Remedies, as I know what they did for me. Mrs. Edward Nennlng, 1112 Salina St, Watertown, N. Y, Apr. 11, 1909." Well, Wasn't He Right? The minister was addressing th« a Sunday school. "Children, I want to talk to you for a few moments about one of the most wonderful, one of the most important organs in the whol« world," he said. "What is that that throbs away, beats away, never stop ping, never ceasing, whether you wake or sleep, night or day, week in and week out, month in and month out, year in and year out, without any volition on your part, hidden away in the depths, as it were, unseen by you, throbbing, throbbing rhythmically all your life long?" During this pause for oratorical effect a small voice waa heard: "I know. It's the gas meter." Looked Like a Pattern. "My dear," asks the thoughtful hus band, "did you notice a large sheet of paper with a lot of diagrams on it about my desk?" "You mean that big piece with dots and curves and diagonals and things all over it?" "Yes. It was my map of the path of Halley's comet. I wanted to—" "My goodness! I thought it was that pattern I asked you to get, and the dressmaker is cutting out my new shirtwaist by it!"—Chicago Evening Post. Tactful. A woman with a pronounced squint went to a fashionable photographer. He looked at her and she looked at him and both were embarrassed. He spoke first. "Won't you permit me," he said, "to take your portrait in profile? There is a certain shyness about one of your eyes which is as difficult in art as it is fascinating in nature."Beacon. Delightful Desserts and many other pleasing dishes can be made with Post A crisp, wholesome food— always ready to serve. With fruits or berries it is delicious. "The Memory Lingers** A little book —"Good Things Made with Toasties"—in packages, tells how. Sold by Groceis—pkgs. 10c and 15c. POSTUM CEREAL CO.. LTD. Battle Creek, Mich.