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1M !f I LICENSE FEES SMidente—Birds and Animal*. .9 1.00 Noa-resident*—Birds 16.00 —Animals...j. 26.00 —Trapping 10.0* —Fishing 2.00 BAG LIMIT—Small Game: SO aquatic fowl one time aiti sheep. In one day—or 50 in poaaessoon at one time BIG GAME LIMIT: 1 moantaii 1 elk, 2 deer.. Ducks, Geeae and Waterfowl .Prairie Chickens, lPbaasau.4 Grouse. Quail and On all wild birds, other than game birds, ex cepting English or European bouse sparrow, blackbirds, great horned owl. sharp shinned fcawk. Coopers buwk. crow, magpie, camp K»er and blue crow Snipe, Partridge, Upland and Golden Pl Plover Deer, Elk and Mountain Sheep. Mink, Muskrat, Beaver and Otter -trapping Qrout Bass, Shad, Croppies, Pike or Pickerel— not less than six inches in length PENALTIES—Not less than£$10.00 nor more than $100.00 or a term in the county jail. AUGUSTANA COLLEGE Fiftieth Anniversary will be Celebrated Appropriately at Canton Canton—The fiftieth anniversary of Augustana college will be celebrated with appropriate festivities on Tues day, May 31, 1910. The United church and its several schools will, through their representatives, take a befitting part in helping us make this anni versary long to be remembered in the annals of the school. The festivities of commencement •week will begin Sunday, May 29. In the morning dedication services will ^"celebrated in the new Lutheran church lately erected in Canton. Dr. T. H. Dahl will officiate. In the even ing Rev. David Stove, "1900" will de liver the annual baccalaureate ser mon. In connection with the dedica tion exercises the local churh will conduct a religious/conference on Mon day, and in the evening Prof. Chris tiansen of St. Olaf college will give an organ concert assisted by able vo cal talent. The entire day and evening of Tuesday the 31st of May, will be giv en to the anniversary festivities. Pres ident Dr. Dahl will speak in Nor wegian, and Rev. J. C. Roseland in English in the forenoon. The after noon and evening programs will con tain a number of short addresses, rem iniscences and congratulatory speeches by representative men who have been prominent in church and school af fairs, interspersed with instrumental and vocal mus'c. Wednesday is grad uation day. Class day exercises will oocnpy the morning and the com mencement exercises will take place In the evening. Augustana college was founded in 1860 by the Scandinavian Evangelical "Lutheran Augustana Synod and tem porarily located In Chicago, 111., whence it was moved to Fax'ton, 111., In 1863. After continuing here for six years the Swedes and Norwegians concluded to divide the school ac cording to nationality and the Nor wegian branch, faculty and students, moved to Marshall, Wis. The school was again moved to Beloit, la., In 1818. and to Canton in 1884 where i* has found a permanent home and a large field for its activity. Tts prop erty in the city of Canton is valued at about $70,000. Sioux Falls—The building commit tee, having charge the p'aus for the construction of the Odd Fellows home at Dell Rppids. met at the Catarac* hotel In this city last week. Dr. A. E Clough, chairman: Geo. W. Snow. J. Bach, F. S. Emerson -and J. M. Pat ton were present. Also Grand Secre tary Harvey J. Rice and Brother Hen ry Robertson, chairman of t.lie Dell Rapids committee, and Mr. Schwartz, architect. Several bids fo- the con struction of the bui'oine were receiv ed and considered, and the plans care fully gone over. The bid of th" Gar ner Construction company of Madism for the comoleted building, hea'ing plumbing and all ready for occupancv. was the lowest and deemed the lies' and the same was accepted sub'ect to the approval of the grand lodge. A good deal of work was done on the report to the1 grand lodge, and it is expected that everything will be read for action at the beginning of theses sion. i: Pierre—State Engineer T,ea has re ceived from the Kansas City Star, a request as to feasible lines for a high way from Kansas City to northwest ern Montana. Such a hlchwav could be established along the Missouri riv er for its whole course, but would be somewhat longer than a line to follow the river to practically the south line of this state, then taking a more west erly direction through the Black Hills to the southeast corner of Montana and be continued through that state. Abstract of the Game and Fish Laws of South Dakota In force up to and including July 1st, 1911, as pub lished by the State Game Warden, W. F. Bancroft. Circle indicates ft 8 cr •4 Open Season Closed Seasen SB 3 T3 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS a general way, and his remarks were received by the knights in a delightful man ner. Perhaps a dozen knights re sponded to calls in a reminiscent way. DEAF MUTE SCHOOL Sioux Falls—The thirtieth anniver sary of the founding of the deaf mute school was celebrated by appropriate exercises last Friday.' There are those in this city who have a vivid remembrance of the Inception of this institution. How a few individuals went to work to provide an institution of learning for the afflicted. Chief among those who took the initiatory steps which resulted in the estab'ish ing of this home is E. A. Sherman, still a resident of the c'ty. It was others who conceived the idea but Mr. Sherman readily fell in with the prop osition and his financial and moral support was always behind the insti tution. The exercises opened at 8 o'clock with an invocation by Rev. George Biller of the Episconal church. This was followed by short talks bv Air. Sherman and Georce Rch'osse*-. The main address of the afternoon was made bv H. H. Garrison, a deif mute. who. with his brother, were the two first pupils In the school. Mr. Gar rison got his education In this Insti tution and he feels grateful for if. He is now a resident of the state it he has made a journey of nearlv three hundred miles to make this ad dress which was given In the sign lan guage. Pierre—The last of the oflces in th» old state capitol was deserted Wed nesday when the records of the gov ernor's office were taken to the new quarters. This leaves the old budd ing without an occupant for the «rs* time in over twenty years, and t.-ithl a few days, the contractor who Is ti remove the structure will have a tore" of men tearing it donfrn. The route wou'd sweep through the I into the country, and there points wil' very center of this state and would I be covered during_the_w Pierre—A. E. Chamberla'n.in chT?' of farmers' institute work In the stat^ is now westbound on his wav to Oel richs and other Fa/1 River co-int" points, where he goes on request of farmers of that section to organize the institute work. Mr. ChambTla'n says outside of request calls, such as the present there will be no resrular institute work attempted until July, when a tour will be made by the in structors of a number of towns off railway Hne«, which require driven .ABSTRACT OF CAME AND FISH LAWS OF SOUTH DAKOTA «™!S™" WAKED IS SAVED OPEN AND CLOSED SEASON Circle and Cross Indicates sT •J QOO 0®'®® ®,5,hiO IT IS ALWAYS UNLAWFUL UNDER PENALTY To kill song or insectivorous birds: to destroy nests or eggs of all birds to pursue game in any manner during closed season to fish with seine, or any device other than with hook and line: to hunt at any time without a license to hunt or fish upon the lands or waters of another without permission to shoot upon the public high way: to ship game or fish within or without the state only as personal baggage to sell game or fish in any manner to allow the running of hunting dogs during the months of April, May and June to hunt aquatic fowl from dark to daylight, or from any artificial blind or from auy boat propslled other than by oars or paddles to hunt game birds with a rifle. Several Hundred Members Initiate Big Class at Mitchell Mitchell—Three hundred and fifty members of the Knights of Columbus lodge came to the city Sunday morn ing to attend the initiation of a class of sixty-five candidates into the Mitch ell lodge. In the morning the entire body of men marched to the Holy Family church to attend divine ser vices. High mass was conducted by Father Slieehan of Elkton, and a for mer priest of this city. The .sermon of the morning was delivered by Bishop O'Gonnan. ..iking for his sub ject: 'Christian Charity and Hospi tality." Special music was furnished by a choir of twenty-five voices. In the afternoon and evening, the initia tion occurred. At the ciose of the in itiation last night, a banquet was held in the city hall auditorium, when plates were laid for 375 guests, and an overflow was held in an adjoining room. The Catholic ladies of the city served the banquet. An hour or more was spent in listening to some good toasts. D. J. Conway of Sioux Falls acted as toastmaster. J. J. Morrow of Lead spoke on "The Old Knight," Rev. Father Surprenant, president of the Cliamberlain Catholic, collegs, spoke on "The New Knight."' Rt. Reverend Bishop O'Gorman spoke in A reward of $10.00 is offered far evidence leading to the arrest and conviction of any* one vialatiug auy of the provisions mf the Game and Fish Laws of South Dakota. Notify auy County Game Wardea or tha State Garni W»- *ea of any violations. 2 a (x)®0® tOth a if ooo 10th xx 1 0 10th DEPOSITS IN BANKS BLACK HILLS CENSUS Deadwood—Indications point to a considerable increase in the popula tion is Black Hills cfties and towns to be shown by the results of the new census just completed. From in formation at hand it is estimated that to show ahove 10,000 while Dead-i wood's population is estimated at 1 around 4000. Spearfish is figuring on the basis of 1200. Belle Fourche a lit- Paper Prices have come to their borders within the past three years. Sisseton—A delegation of Indians from this agenry who recently return ed from Washington report that here have in the past been permitted to ac "iire title to their lands the same as the full-blood Indians. This for years lias been subject of controversy, the fnl'f-bloods maintaining that the mix »d-hloods wer* not entitled to draw their share of nioney due the t.r!b' tder th» provisions of eld treaties. Viav» now and July 4. Preslio—People who have been it over the new reservation country s°.y that the Milwaukee road Is getting busy on its new 'ines Into that coun trv. They have the rails laid on th" Timber Lake Line, out almost to Fire steel, which will be the western ter minus of that branch fo* the summFr it being about fifty miles southwes of Mohridge. On the Fox Ridge line they are working a number of la-gp grading crews, and are pushing the work as rapidly as possible, and te'l the stockman of the Cheyenne river TO ATTEND FUNERAL OF EDWARD. KIUG Georce V. Greets Noted American Cordially at Marlborough House. I.ondon, Kng. Theodore Roose veil, special American ambassador to the funeral of King Edward Vll.. ar rived is London, was received by King George at Marlborough liouise and lat er visited the throne room of the late monarch in Buckingham where the body of the late monarch is privately 'ying in slate. The «ulrance lo the city of the dis .iuguiiitu il American was a quiet one ami in marked contrast with his ap pearance at other capitals and wit! what would have boen made of the oe casion here but for the demise of the British ruler It was Whit-Monday 'holiday, but despite this fact the pop ular crowd at Victoria station was a small one. There was no cheering, bill MS Roosevelt alighted from the I rain ami was escorted by Ambassador Reid to the royal carriage which had been sent for Iiini those who looked I on silently lifted their hats. At Queensborough Roosevelt was joined by aides de camp appointed to attend upon him by King George, Lord Dundonald and Commander Charles K. I'\ Cunningham Graham and by Vice Admiral Sir George Neville, command ing a division of the home fleet, who I received the former president in the I name of the king. On the station platform awaiting the Roosevelts were Ambassador and Mrs. Reid and the members of Ihe Ameri can embassy and their wives all dressed in mourning. Consul General Griffiths and the staff of the consulate, Individual Deposits in the State Banks Make a Fine Showing Pierre—The combined individual de posits in the state and national banks of South Dakota, on March 29 iast, reached the sum of $8:1,890,138.81. This was an increase of $5,618,S04.C5 over palace the amount of like deposits as shown members by the reports for January 21, past. ant' their wives. The state banks are certainly coming -:s closely picketed and patrolled b\ to the front in the state as they now 'I'® police. Every entrance and exit aggregate 482 in number, an increasa is guarded r.ml all applicants for ad of six in the two months between the. mission are scrutinized This precan reports of conditions, and they carry ||on is taken for the protection of all nearly double the amount of individ- do. Of the increase in deposits, the national banks, 98 in number, only show fifty-six thousand dollars, the rest all going to the state banks. At the time of the last call the state banks showed individual deposits of over fifty-three million dollars, and! the national banks less than thirty one million. The national bank re ports do not set the saving deposits as a separate item, but the state banks show over a million seven hundred thousand of that class of deposits, an increase of fifty thousand dollars In the two months between the dates of reports. For several years the indi vidual deposits in the hanks of this state have shown more than one hun- Roosevelt was accornpjanied to the by Mrs. Roosevelt and the of the Ametican embassy lhe ual deposits which the national banks r.1 i.. nclal representatives who are coming here for the funeral The Victoria station members of royalty and other of- Ihe forenoon Mr. Roosevelt called up on the duke and duchess of Connaughl at Clarence house. DRIVING WITH ROCKEFELLER. Pleasant Recreation Provided for Peo ple of Tarrytown by Their Famous Fellow Townsman. Tarrytown, N. Y.—To take a drive with John D. Rockefeller has become regular recreation this spring for a great many of the friends arid dred dollars for each resident of the and neighbors of that famous resident state, and while the present census is of Tarrytowu, and he has increased expected to show a material increase! thereby his popularity among the peo-i 1*1 |\4-1 Akt A# it. & A 4 4 in the population of the state, it is wot likely that It will make a showing which will bring the amount below sne hundred dollars for each resdent. pie of the little city. Not a pleasant day goes by without the oil king in viting some of them, men, women and children, to ride with him in automo bile or carriage, and it is safe to say thttt the invitations are seldom de- rytown lire beautiful. Mr. Rockefeller, before starting for a rl|'e' the population of I^awrence county! to be a great protection will exceed 2".000 which would be an I against colds, and he insists that his increase of fiOOO over the last census. guests, do the same. After the ride Although within the past two weeks lie refuses to take back the garment, Lead has lost several hundred men and consequently in nearlv every home from among its union residents who1 jB Tarrytown may be found a paper have gone elswehere that city experts I vest 1 after the government will not pav Carpenter of Omaha .1. W. Carpenter any Interest money to mixed bloods, of Kansas City Charles Whittaker of S who throueh congressional action Cincinnati E. E. Wright of New York I always dons a paper vest, de- p,eBerVed as a souvenir of a de- ghtfUl With tlie tie better, Sturgis about 2500, Ranid I Chicago, 111. At the annual City over SO^O while Butte and Mead» national convention of paper jobbers counties will show a large increase hPid herej tho n*ict liPPn nprmiHf»rt tn ar»- _* .. .. ... ... prC-SiUdlt Of the island of Chicago. that' prill paper prices will remain un- changed during this year. E. U. Kim bark of the Paper Mills company pre sided at the meeting of the conven tion. Among those who spoke were: CITIZENS CF BOTH TOW^JS FIGHT FOREST FIRES FOP. MANY HOURS. OTHER TOWNS IN DANGER Hope Centers in Possibility That Light Rain May Become Heavy Enough to Quench Flames. Walker, Minn. Heroic work on the part of Wal er citizons and the employes of the Minnesota st:ite hos pitals for the care of consumptive1.! was the means of subduing a treacherous fire, a mile in length, that raged in the forest of Norway pine near Leach l.ake and threatened to wipe out the sail! loriuni, ndaugeriny the lives of the 8 patients. While this tire was watched closely Sunday light lost the reappearance of the wind bring it again with the hos pital district, most of the citizens di rected their attention to a terrific lire west of Walker which, being several miles long and half a mile wide, was sweeping the forest. The little town of Wilkinson, six miles west of Walker, and containing perhaps 100 inhabitants, and the town of Laporte. with 200 souls, four miles north of Wilkinson, are in the direct path of the onrushing flames. Robert J. Wynne, former American supposed to have originated three consul beiera! ut London Ogden M. Reid, son of the ambassador, and a small group of Americans resident. here. There was no music, waving of .flags or other demonstrat ion. When the greetings hud been exchanged I.old Dundonald escorted the Roose velts and Ambassador and Mrs. Reid to the royal carriages which had been placed at their disposal by the king and they were driven at once to Dor chester house, the home of the am bassador. I It Is stated the only hope of the towns escaping obliteration lies in the hope thai the light rain that began about o'clock Sunday afternoon de velopes into a soaking downpour. The fire to the south of Walker nnd which was advancing upon the city, Is miles southeast of the sanitorium in the thick of the woods and was first observed Saturday evening by forest rangers from their lookout in Ihe tow er of the sanitorium. The apparatus at the sanatorium, es pecially adapted for use agains: forest fires, was brought out and placed in front of the flames to abate their prog ress. The attendants at the hospital were finally called lo the fighting lines and the danger became hourly more acute. By successful backfircs the main body of flames was finally averted from the institution temporarily, and swept by in the direction of Walker, three miles away. This fire early Sunday morning reached within one-fourlh of a mile of the city of Walker and for a time he situation was critical. Many citizens joined the fighting forces as the fl rnev neared the town and threaten to tie- in the course of stroy their homes and business IIOUHOS. Backfiring and a t-i If organized bucket brigade proved effective. The wind died down and the menace to the city proper was obliterated after many hours ol hard work. Bimidji Saved From Fire. Bemidji. A foreat fire that had been smouldering for several days five miles south of Bemidji, burst into flames and spread toward the lowii with alarming rapidity The fire reached within a mile and a half of the town and during ils last stages was desperately fought by lhe Bemidji fire department and a hundred citizens. It was feared for several hours that the city was doomed. 1 „°f. J*,nl'pai °i,'.s: Peary and Family in Rom*. Rome, Italy. Commander Robert E. Peary and his family have arrived here. They were met at the railway dress. C. N. Ry. to Extend £00 Miles. Winnipeg, Man. D. I). Mann, lineSl He alE0 rice president of the Canadian North-1 court of Ohio refused to em railway, announces that six hun dred miles of new track will be laid in western Canada this year, and that $3,000,000 will be spent for new roll ing stock for the company's western announced that $l,2f,0 000 will be spent in building a line across Rainy Lake, near the boundary line and that a largs sum will be spent on the road's Minnesota extension. A The situation here was made known to the Twin Cities and DuluUi, and in the forenoon Bemidji was Informed that Governor Kberhart had wired Lieut. Col. Reiche, al Duluth, la mo- b,illz' ,he elined, for his vehicles are the best ^'l,ar(l bring them here to help !o be had, and the drives around Tar-i 1 ue warrant. "'"'"-millioniure. Unchanged, jt wa, announced companies of the National "r( should the conditions GOVERNMENT WINS BIG SUIT. Verdict of $112,901.21 Returned Against Former Cuban Official. I New Vork, N. V. The second trial of the civil suit brought by the United States government against Charles F. W. Neely, who was in cha-ge of the bureau of finance in the department o' posts during the Ameri can military occupancy of Cuba, re suted in the jury bringing in a ver diet for $112,901.21 in favor of the government. The case was tried be fore Judge Hand. It was alleged that while Neely was in charge there were embezzlements ... .. amounting to $140,000. Neely was ar- Jolin rested on a criminal charge, but owing which was de Palma became tn j.t,_ „„n„.al r.iarp,i wh*n Cnvemnv nf ... president of the island republic, the and Henry Olmstead and H. W. Smith prosecution had to be dropped. Air Meet At Long Island. New York, N. Y. America's first international aviation meet for the championsnip of the world will be nn 1 nrtf Telaur) in Dntnhor TV*** trophy, was held at Rheims, France. U. S. Senator Dick Wins at Law. Columbus, Ohio. The supreme reverse the decision of the court at Cleveland on the primary election law and the name of Senator Dick will go upon the Guilty of Embezzlement. Portland. Ore. W. Cooper Mor ris, former cashier of the defunct Oregon Trust and Savings bank, was found guilty of the embezzlement of ANOTHER WOMAN CURED By Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Clack Duck, Minn.—"About a year ago I wrote you that I was sick and tn could not do any of my housework. My sickness was called Mrs. Retroflexion. When 1 would sit down I felt as if I could not fjydia I K. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound and did just as you told me and now I am perfectly cured, and have a big baby boy." ANNA ANDERSON, Box 19, Black Duck, Minn. Consider This Advice. No woman should submit to a surgi cal operation, which may mean death, until she has given Lydia, E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made exclusive ly from roots and herbs, a fair trial. This famous medicine for women has for thirty years proved to be the most valuable tonic and invigoratorof the female organism. Women resid ing in almost every city and town in the United States bear willing testi mony to the wonderful virtue of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It cures female ills, and creates radi ant, buoyant female health. If you are ill, for your own sake as well as those you love, give it a trial. Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn, Mass.. invites all sick women to writs her for advice. Her udvice is free, and always helpful. BASEBALL GOODS Uniforms, OIoy*h, ftfltu, Jialla, Bate, 8bo*s, etc. Special prices to teuine. Send for catalogue. CHRISTENSON It DEMPSTER CO., SI«HX Falls. S. D. FAE&LYS1& erv» Tftblats does It. Write Tor Proof. Advloo Fret. CHASE. 224 North lOtk St.. Pklladelpbl*, F* ft Really a Serious Dilemma. "The chap who works on one side of me," said an office man, "has been mar ried six weeks and he sneaks to the telephone about four times a day and calls up his wife, and then 1 hear him saying: 'Dear, how Is your headache now? I hope you are feeling better." Then pretty soon he comes back to his desk and goes to work again all smi ling. "The man who works on the other side of me has been married six years and lie goes to the telephone only when he's called and then I hear htm saying: 'Why, I can't possibly do that, I can't spare the money and then he conies back to his desk all scowling. "And, really, when 1 hear the way these two men go on I don't know what to do. I don't know whether to get married or to stay a bachelor." Even Among the Hoboes. "Hullo, Dusty," said Weary Wag gles, as the two tramps met In the street. "How's livin'?" "Soraepin awful," replied Dusty Rhodes. "The cost of everything's gone up so a feller can't hardly get his three meals per." "Humph!' ejaculated Weary. "1 never knowed you to pay for nothin'," "No," returned Dusty, "but it's the solemn fact that along my route, where I used to have to ask only once for a breakfast, they make me ask twice these days."—Harper's Weekly. A Divided Family. The bright six-year-old daughter of a physician happened into his recep tion room the other day and a wait ing woman patient engaged her in con versation. "I suppose you go to church and Sunday school?" she asked. "Oh, yes, ma'am," she replied. "And what denomination do your parents belong to?" "Why," said the little one, "mam ma's a Presbyterian and papa's a stomach specialist." Arithmetic. Teacher—If I give you one apple— Young American—Don't do it, teach er, and you won't start any of that trouble that Adam and Kve got into. Oft hath even a whole city reaped the evil fruit of a bad man.—Hesiod A clear brain and Steady, dependable nerves Can win wealth and fame For their owner. Clear headedness and a V' Strong, healthy body Depend largely on the Right elements in Regular food and drink. 5 it.-1,'-.- Coffee contains caffeine— jLv A poisonous drug. Postum is rich in the Gluten and phosphates that Furnish the vital energy That puts "ginger" and "hustle"