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*. s-y- Ir w u- i" I' £n-. |V 4fe« &• pr I •US If t* I i* $iK A?. wr* & t: i*?* r#-j 'p® I sSSjfH': ft w* ft p*-" v?f gr^r *....' & fc fV lv fc. *#•*, $HT/ 41 *&< s tr fc\ e' r-" p-. *r ROOSEVELT ENDORSED irfffNtSOtA REPUBLICAN STAT® CONVENTION NAMES DELE* GATES TO CHICAGO. MESlOUn MMUIUTUUI OEUMDEO HESOLUTIONS DECLARE FOR TAR. tftP REVISION AND PANAMA CANAL PROJECT. MfnnpapoHs, March IS.—The Ttfpttb» Ileai) state convention to select clelo* g*tcH to the national convention at Chicago was held in this city during tile day. The resolutions adopted en« dorse President Roosevelt and demand hta nomination. The administration of Oovernor Van Sant was also en dorspd. No contest was made on the selec tion of dalegatefl at large to Chicago, Senators Nelson and Clapp, Governor Van Sant and Thomas J.owry being named by acclamation. The alternates) are K. J. Herri iigt-r, Norman county Prank White, Kherburne county A. R. Mcfiill, Ramsey county, and T. W. HUKO, St. Louis county. The resolutions committee presented ft lengthy eulogy of President Roose velt, fellcitatinK the people of the United States upon the accomplish* meats of the government under thO last Republican regime. The platform declared for tariff re» Vision, pensions for old soldiers ami endorsed the Panama canal project. Appended to it was an endorsement of "the able and fearless administra tion of Governor S R. Van Sant." A resolution declaring that the rail* road merger was not an issue in the Republican state campaign wa4 promptly tabled. NELSON MILLS PASSES AWAY iHoiteor Lumberman and Capitalist of Michigan Dead. Port Huron, Mich., March 18.—Nel flOti Mills, a pioneer lumberman and capitalist, died at his home in Mary ville during the day, aged eighty-one years. Mr. Mills built up one of the finest •uniiner resorts on the lakes at Stag island. In the St. Clair river, which he leased from the Canadian government for 100 years. He controlled lumber yards at Cleveland, Toledo, Maryville and in West Virginia. Recently he promoted and completed the deal for the purchase of the Lan •log street railway and the St. Louis Johns interurban line in this state. VOTE NOW BEING COUNTED. ftnown Unofficially That Miners Qp pose a Strike. Indianapolis, March is.—The count Of the miners' vote on the acceptance or rejection of the two years' scale of fered by the mine owners began dur ing the day in the national headquar ters of the United Mine Workers of America. The returns have come to heud'iuarters in sealed envelopes and are opened by the three tellers who are counting the vote. The full unofficial returns indicate that 13!*,H0 miners voted and of these S7,« Mirt voted to accept the operators' proposition and 52,000 voted against it and in favor of a strike. The heav iest strike \ote was in Illinois. Iti Solitary Confinement. Chkftgo. Mnrch 18.—The car barn bandits. Marx Niedermeyer and Van dine, have been placed in solitary con finement in the ounty jail. No one except their spiritual advisers will be allowed to sen the prisoners. PROTECTION FOR TIMBER. it# Exchange of Denuded Lands for New and Valuable Tracts. Washington. March 18.—The house committee on public lands has agreed to amendments which it will recom mend to the bill reported to the house Jan. 21 prohibiting the selection of timber lands In lieu of lands in forest reserves. The purpose of the bill is to prevent persons who have acquired timber lands and denuded the same from ex changing such lands for valuable tim bered lands elsewhere. Tiie amendment prevents an injus tlce to persons who have not denuded their holdings in forest reserves. ARMOUR MADE MONEY. Over One Million Dollars in Profits From Wheat Deal. Chicago, Marc 18 —The bull cam paign in the wheat market just closed by J. Ogden Armour has been the most successful ever conducted in this market. The profit Is estimated at over BWOUUi'^WW & Sl.- 200,000. There were 25,000,000 bushels held when the line was the largest. It was bought as low as 7(i cents in the first part of November and some of the sales were made at the fancy price of $1. The latter price was reached in the excitement produced Sjr the war scare. 111 9 MORE WORKMEN FORCED OUT. Result of Labor Troubles in New York Building Trades. New York, March 18.—Several hun dred more ironworkers were made idle in this city during the day because of the strike and labor troubles in the building trades. In the meantime the strike Is spreading and forcing more men into idleness on the buildings where the masons, bricklayers and la borers are not working. The riggers, Bteamfltters, boilermakers and Inside Ironworkers are beginning to feel the strike and a good many of them had to stop work because they had reached the point where the masons and brick layers were required to prepare the way for them. .1" -, /'V nt i' Signed. HILL BOOMS CLEVELAND. RaitreMl Magnate Praises the Fermer President. New York, March 18.—James J. Hill is quoted by the Times as follows: "1 am not a politician. 1 am just a plain business man and my views, I think, would not have much influence on the leaders of the Democratic party. 'it. Is my belief that Mr. Cleveland would make a very strong candidate with the people. They know him they know his ability. He has been in the office before and he filled it in a manner which must have impressed the people In general. He was con servative in his administration and demonstrated unusual ability, not to sav greatness. "The people know what to expect of him, which is more than can be said of the other candidates, and which, I believe, is a strong point in his favor. I believe that his nomination would be the strongest that the Democratic party could make and I think the peo ple would endorse the selection at the polls." Taft Favors Lovering Bin. Washington, March 19.—Secretary Toft was heard by the bouse commit tee on interstate and foreign commerce during the day on the subject of con s' riK-iing the Panama canal. The sec retary favored the pending Ivovering bill for the government of the anal zone. This bill, he said, was diawn by Admiral Walker and contained as many legislative provisions us were eftsarv at the present time. Sigsbee to Reue*e Coghfan. Washington, March 19.--Admiral Coghlan. lominauding the Caribbean squadron, will be relieved alio: fly from service on the isthmus of Panama by Hear Admiral Slgsbee, commanding ihe South Atlantic squadron. Admiral SUsbee left Pensacoia Thursday for Colon in bis flagship, the Newark, ac companied by the cruisers Detroit and Montgomery. BRIEF BITS OF NEWS. the sculp He was David Watson Stevenson, tor. is dead at Edinburgh born In 1842. The condition of Mrs. Nelson A. Miles, who is dangerously 111, Is re ported better. Judge Robert Macauley, Civil war veteran and pioneer resident of Dunn county. Wis., is dead, aged sixty-six years. Watson Ambruster, who was foi nearly forty years identified with the editorial Rtaff of the Philadelphia JEvening Telegraph, is dead. William H. Scott, trading as "Great Scott." one of the largest retail furnl ture dealers in Haltimore, went into the bauds of receivers Friday. Hon. Ceorge W. Judd, who superin tended the construction of the Chicago and Alton railroad, is dead at Spring field, 111. He was seventy-five years) old. Information has reached the presi dent that the lion cub and the two elephant tusks sent him as a present by King Menulik of Aby«sinia have arrived in New York. PASSEO WITHOUT DISCUSSION. Resolution to Secure Review of Seal Catching Regulations. Washington, Matc 17.—The senate passed without discussion the joint resolution authorizing the president to negotiate with the government ol Great liritain to secure a review oi the regulations for the catching of fur bearing seals in Alaska so as to ob tain an abatement of the killing of fe male seals and thus preserve the seal Industry. The senate then, at lt:S8 f. m, *1 i: eo i ea r. i ea i i ep i: ea i i veal into executive session. When the senate went into execu tive session Senator Blackburn re sumed his tjeech in opposition to the confimiaUo* «f Qeuril Lsonard Wood. How To Buy Graham Crackers CUT out dotted seetfon and send to your grocer with your next order. In ftre future send me Graham Crackers, only in air tight pack ages bearing this trade mark of the National Biscuit Company in red and white, on each end of the package. MONEY FAILS TO SAVE HIM. Woman Burned to Death. Geneva. N. Y.. March 19.--Fire ha9 destroyed several buildings in the business section of this place. Miss Inez J. Honnell. a music teacher, who occupied a room in one of the burned buildings, was suffocated. The money loss is I MANY INJURED, ONE FATALLY EXPLOSION OF INFERNAL SEAL Exe- Louis H. Mott, Wife Murderer, cuted at Missoula, Mont. Missoula, Mont., March 19.—Louis II. Mott, the wife murderer, was hanged here during the day. Mott walked unassisted to the gal lows. In a brief speech he said be lieved his conviction had been brought about through dishonest methods and concluded by saying that he was will ing to give life for life. The crime for which Mott was hanged was the shooting of his wife on Sunday, Jan. 4, 1903. For months previous to the murder he had been addicted to the use of liquor and drills, causing a depressed mental condition. While Kast on a business trip his wife sold his laundry business^rive in Missoula. He became greatly an- ern gered on Ills return, brooding con stantly over his wife's act. On the day of the murder he became involved in a lengthy quarrel with his wife. which was followed by his shooting her four times with a revolver while she was fleeing from the room. His wife lingered for nine hours before death Mott went to the supreme court in ar effort to secure a new trial -and made two fruitless appeals to the gov ernor for clemency. In the latter ef forts he had the Influence and finan cial aid of his uncle, Lcmoine Mott, a wealthy miller of Des Moines, la., who tamo to Montana and made a personal appeal to the governor. MA CHINE CAUSES HAVOC At LIEGE, BELGIUM. in- Liege. Belgium. March 19.—An fernal machine exploded outside residence of Commissioner of Police Laurent, wrecked the house, fatally In jured an artillery officer. Major Papin, and seriously wounded half a dozen other persons. the When the machine was discovered Major Papin was summoned and was examining the package which the ma chine was concealed in when the ex plosion occurred. Papln's legs were blown off and he shortly afterwards succumbed. A policeman who also lost Ills legs by the explosion is in a precarious condition. Thousands of windows were shattered. There is no clue to the perpetrators of the outrage. BRIDE WIDER ARREST. Sensation in Connection With Sikeeton (Mo.) Murder. Sikeston, Mo., March 19.—The cor oner's jury has completed its Investi gation Into the recent death of Harry Miller, tho bridegroom who several1 days ago suddenly died under circum-| stances that led to the suspicion that he had been poisoned, and held Dr. Warren Smith guilty of having admin istered morphine to Miller, and Mrs. Lvdia Miller, the bride, as accessary. "The motive Is unknown to the Juir." concluded the verdict As soon as Miller was found deafl In bed by his bride Smith was arrested on suspicion and a warrant sworn out by his cousin, David Smith. He has since been held in the jail at Benton. Mrs. Miller signified her intention of prosecuting whoever might have! laused her husband's death to the full extcut of the law and her arrest oil the coroner's •ortlct has cauaod sen sation. aeu uoy uocs to Prison. San Fran-.-is« o. March 1!*. James Walters, former bell boy in the Colo nial hotel, who stole the diamonds of Baroness von Horst and was arrested in Minneapolis, was sentenced to serve five years in state prison. MARKET" QUOTATIONS. Minneapolis Wheat. Minneapolis, March 18.—Wheat May, 9f»Vs«c: July, 95%®-95%c Sept., 82%c. On track—Mo. 1 hard, 967HC No. 1 Northern, No. 2 Northern, 93*h @03Tie. Duluth Wheat and Flax. Puluth, March 18.—Wheat—In store —No. 1 hard, No. 1 Northern. 94 4 No. 2 Northern, 92i4e. To ar -No. hard, I'ti'Vic: No. 1 North 9444c No. 2 Northern,. May, 94% July, ftG^c Sept., Sl'c. Flax—In store, on track and to arrive, $l.14'4 May, $l.lt»i July, $l.m Oct., $1.19V§. St. Paul Union Stoek Ycrtfi. St. Paul, March 18.-—Cattle—Good to choice stents, $2.70®5.00 common to fair, $3.2rfi3.ir good to choice cows ard heifers, $2.70(?i«3.2f veals, $2.5'fa 5.00. Hogs—$4.70# 5.20. Sheep—Good to choice yearling wethers. $4.5o@ 4.75 heavy, $3.75#4.10 good to choicu lambs, $r.0O$?5.25 fair to good, $4.50 ®'5.00. Chicago Union Stock Yards. Chicago. March 18.—Cattle—Good to prime sleets. $firstname.lastname@example.org poor to me dium. $S.50ffi 5.00 stockets and feed ers, $email@example.com: cows, $1.60®4.00 heifers $2.25® 4.50 calves, $300@ 6.25. Hogs—Mixed and butchers, $5.i!0 @5.40 good to choice heavy, $5.35Q1 5.50 rough heavy, $5.25^5.35 light, $4.8ii^5.35. Sheep—Good to choice wethers. $4.25p5.25 Western sheep. $:.25(cj 5.25 native lambs, H50#i.5o Western, $4.00£? 5.75. Chicago Grain and Provisions. Chicago, March 18.—Wheat—May, 92'/tc July, S7c old. fc8U!.t-8S%c Sept.. Sl^e old, S2%c. Corn—March, 493M-: May. 5!•%", July, 49*ic Sept.. 48'Ac. Oais—May, $9%c July, 38%c Sopt.. 3'ic. Pork—May, $13.25 July, $13.45. Flax—Cash, Northwestern. $1.14 Southwestern, $1.08'^. Butter —Creameries, I4#23*6c dairies, loVa f?21e. Kgg-s—15 Vie. Poultry—Tur kf y 12c. Tke LAND! and the demand tor L&kt It yju are Good II Good Good jus? Army Bill Sent to Conference. Washington. March 19.—When the house met the army appropriation bill was sent to conference, the speahet appointing Messrs. Hull (la.), Steve:.s (Minn.) and Hay (Va.) conferees. Con sideration of the postoflice appropria tion bill for amendment then was re sumed. BANK ROBBER FOILED. Albert Lea (Minn.) Man Surprised and Captured Bandit. Albert Lea. Minn., March 19.— President C. H. Freeman of the Secur ity National bank walked to a drawer to get cash for a robber who held a revolver to KYeeman's head. But in stead of getting the cash Freeman snatched a revolver and caught the fellow unawares. The robber was placed under arrest and gave the name of Michael Murphy. Northfleld. Minn. He is believed to be insane. 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