Hendricks' Columbian (Columbia Falls, Mont.) 1903-1905, January 07, 1905, Image 4

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Conquered Army Leaves their Forts In long, glowingly moving 'oolumns, four abreast, their tattered uniforms showing in pitiful contrast with the nobby appearanco of thoir Japanese guards, the members of the garrison of Port Arthur walked out of the fottTess and crossed the glaois pleading to the camps. Some walked with difficulty, and these were convalescents who had been pressed into servioe by dire need for fighting men. Not a man but seemed tired unto death. Their cheeks were pale and sunken, military train­ ing was gone from their bearing, some wore emaoiated to skeletons, their clothes hanging loosely about them. There were some with bandges around their heads, others with their left arms in slings. A very few of them walked silently. The others whispered among each other, a plain infringement upon disci­ plinary rules. ” There was no reproof, however, the buzz of their voioes was as a sigh of relief heaved by a giant. The days of torture and of suffering untold were over. For them the Russo-Japanese is ended. On their horses Japanese officers rode up and down the columns giving orders to the guards on foot, but there was no need for the vigilanoo. They game down the hill, their gait accelerating as they neared the goal. Further down they saw an imposing display of the successful power in the Japanese offi­ cers who had lined up to receive them as prisioners, to call the rolljrom the depleted lists and then to pronounce their fate. It may be assumed that the generosity o f their victors had spread into every nook and corner ol every fort ere the order to evaouate was given. Mercifully the Japanese offioer in charge of the surrender shortened the business as muoh as could be done un­ der the circumstances. Then the order to movo was given. Then the order to Inside of half an hour every prisoner sat in front of a full ration, something not enjoyed by any of them for many weeks past. Eaoh man was allowed a quantity o f spirits. It was not long until a Japanese passing a- Russian with a full glass bent down and olink- ed it with that of the enemy. The ex­ ample was oontagiouB. The Japanese have learned a good deal of the Rus­ sians and vice versa. Soldiers under­ stand eaoh other, and the one topio of conversation Port Arthur, its strength and its weakness, is familiar to them all. Before the sun had more than made its presence felt the beseigers of Port Arhtur and its defeated defendra were fraternizing. Northern Securities Company W ins and valuable infor­ mation about this disease, mailed free. Our physi­ cians advise free those who write us. In every country of the civilized ten by Dr. Hartman, world Sisters of Charity are known. The following letter is from Congreae- Not only do they minister to the spir- man MeckiBon, of Napoleon, Ohio: itual and intellecutal needs of the The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, charges committed to their care, but 0 . Genltcmen: \ I have used several they also minister to their bodily — . bottles ofl Peruna needs. and feel greatly ben- With so many children to take care B T J efited thereby from of and to protect from dimate and dis- W f my catarrh of the ease, these wise andTfcudcnt Sisters » • head, and feel en- liave found Peruna a never failing safe- JgRM couraged to believe guatd- that its continued Dr. Hartman receives many letters use wm f ully eradi- irom Catholic Sisters from all over the I ” cate a disease of United States. A recommend recently David Meerison thirty years’ stand- rcceived from a Catholic institution in jng >>_i)ayid Meekison. Detroit, Mich., rout. » fo lio . . : D,. „ „ of the bert koowit Dr. S. B. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio: physicians and'surgeons in the United Dear Sin “ The young girl who used States, was the first man to formulate the Peruna was suffering from taryn- peruna. It was through his genius gitis and loss of voice. The result of an(j perseverance that it was introduced to Uro mediol pretension of this eoun- further use of the medicine we hope try- to be able tosay she Is entirely cured.” If you do not derive prompt and sat- —Sisters of Charity. isfactory results from the use of Peru- The young girl was under the care of na, write at once to Dr. Hartman, giv- tho Sisters of Charity and used Peruna ing a full statement of yOur.case and for catarrh of tlio throat with good re- be will be pleased to give you his yal- sulta as the above letter testifies. uable advice gratis. Send to The Peruna Medicine Co., Address Dr. Hartman, President of Columbus, Ohio, for a free book writ- the Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O. restrained the Northern Securities oom pany from distributing certain stocks of the Northern Pacifio Railroad com­ pany. The decision is a defeat for the inter est represented by E. H. Harriman. SPEND HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS. St. Petersburg Hears of Defeat Four Drown While 8katlng. I Picked Hour to Die and Died. Akron, O.—Ida Wilson, aged 18. and I East St. Louis, 111.—Mrs. Margaret her brother John, aged 12, children of jTrallor, aged 83 years, who for eev- Thomas Wilson of Lawnsdale, and j eral months had predicted that she Elizabeth Morrison, aged 16, and her would die aB the bell heralded the sister KatbFHne, aged 13, children of dawn of the new year, died at the Edward Morrison of Kenmore, were home of her daughter here Sunday drowned while skaUng. while the bells were ringing. St Petersburg, Jan. 3—This city is floundering hopelessly between wildest constrenation and the gloom of despair. For hours the censor succeeded in suppressing the fateful news from Port Arthur, but once the first inkling of it became known, it spread like wildfire and soon the whole story became known. The effeot was indesoribable. There are those who greet the calamity as a well deserved punishment for the New Zion City In Mexico. Chicago.—John Alexander Dowie, in addressing his followers In Shiloh tem­ ple, Zion City, Sunday, .gave definite conflrmatlbn of the report that he pro­ poses to establish a second Zion City. The new Zion City will be located in Mexico. New Year’s Day a Balmy One. For the first time In many years, ac­ cording to the Chicago weather bn- Ireau, the United States Sunday en­ joyed a New Year’s day without the temperature at any point throughout the entire country^ touching zero. It rouses new life and al­ most satisfies hunger. Occasionally a woman likes to have people talk about her because it gives her such a splendid chance to get T E A T e a is coarse or fine, tea or weed, harsh or- smooth, keen or soft, heavy or bright; but words are empty. Writ, far- our KnowUd,. Book. A * ulation is too stunned to feel anything ................. ... So far as can be but blackest despair. ___________ learned, army circles consider the fall of the fortress in quite a different light from what it appears in the eyes of na­ val officers. Army men ray that Port Arthnr having played its part, may now quit the stage. Its fall w ill not effeot the fnturo cocduot of the war, as the czar is determined to oontinue in his attempt to ultimately defeat the ; Japanese. Naval oircles, on the other i hand, regard the surrender as an'lrre- I parable disaster, fatal to Russian pres- : tige and far reaching in its effect upon Russia’s course in Manchuria. fattens QUICK! Eruptions e sad Hoc* for market. Bho- ilai period one fourth. Save* 1 FATTEST CATTLE. b s z j k e s s s s l s a ; 14 d*r»-60c Mikado’s Day to Receive. Toklo.—The emperor and empress held brilliant New Year’s ceremonies at the Imperial palace Sunday. Losing your hair? Coming out by the UomSfui? And doing nothing? No sense in that! Why don’t you use A y e r ’ s H a ir .V igo r and tions is t o cleanse the blood, im p rove the digestion, stim­ ulate the kidneys, liver and sldn. Th e medicine to take is H o o d ’sSarsaparflla Which has cured thousands. the United Kingdom were greater In 1903 than in any of the preceding 15 years, amounting to 3211,634,295, and this notwithstanding the fact that the working expenses for the year were also higher than durlDg the years named. * H a i r V i g o r Many a man gets a reputation for being good natured because be Is too lazy to stand up for his rights. Land Frauds in i Montana, Also promptly stop .the falling? Your hair will begin to grow, too, and all dandruff will dis­ appear. Could you reason­ ably- expect anything better? 'sir.\ T E A Your grocer ha3 also our- coffee baking-powder e x - 1 tracts spices and soda. A ll alike as to truenesa and goodness. oda brighter and faster colors than any other dye. One toe pat guaranteed to give perfect results. Ask d ^ « or we w a w et, how to dye, black and mixed colors. MONROE DRUO CO. Information has been presented to the secretary of the interior allbging violations of the land and desert laws in Montana on a gigantic scale. The information presented alleges that I great tracts of timebr land in Missonla county, Montana, were taken np and patents prooured from the government byjperjured evidence. It is. alleged Thin Hair that many of these claims were taken by Italians. Twelve or 15 prominent citizens onf Missonla odunty are im­ plicated in the frauds. The correspondent is reliably inform­ ed that information has also been pre­ sented to the department involving W. G. Conrad, Senator Gibson’s principal opponent for the senatorship, in frands committed noithwest of Great Falls. Patents were obtained to great quanti­ ties of desert lands which have since been transferred to W. G. Conrad and are inoluded in the lands irrigated by the Conrad ditch. A special agent has just submitted a report to the secretary a'leging whole- salerfauds by land companies operated near Libby, in Flathead county, Mon­ tana. A ll of these cases w ill be invei- WEATHER. WI5D0M! ^ THE ORIGINAL 132 The famous Egyptologist who found that It took 120 years and $500,000 to build Noah's ark might have gone a step farther and told us If Captain Noah equipped his craft with life pre­ servers stuffed with saw duat or weighted with lrno. SLICKER X - si BLACK OB YELLOW « (W IL KEEP TO DRY nothing else will T akc no substitutes Never Judge a merchant’s cash re­ ceipts by the pumber of lady shoppers In his store. sent to Montana. A t present practi­ cally the entire force is engaged in in­ vestigating frauds in California, Ore­ gon and Idaho. Never Judge hy appearance*; the homllest girl usually has the most money. Count Cassini, the Russian ambassa­ dor, on December 28 . celebrated the 50th year of his service in the diplo­ matic corpse He gqtered the service when ft, little over 17 yeare of age, and has Bines' then constantly served his. country In some capacity In that department of government. Pi go's Cure Is a remedy for coughs, cold, and consumption. Try it. Pncc26oents at druggists. ______ __________ Life's bric-a-brac makes Its biggest burden. The easy solution Is the last one. tried. dlAUuind m u u m i l U l J Howard E. Burton, The 1. H. Averill Machirmm Co. « S 3 3 g p SPOKANE, WASHINGTON The Swift Speolflo Company, AUaata, fig, Held His Wife Down on Raiti Carbondale. 111.—A. R. Hemphill and wife wore killed here Saturday by fast train on the Illinois Central. Ho had been drinking heavily and had started for this city. Mrs. Hemphill endeavored to Induce him to return, when he threw her to the track and held her there while the train passed over them. Freight traffic between Reno. Nev., and Goldfield, the \new bonanza,\ has Increased so much that the railroad can not handle It and mule teams of 12 mules each have been put on the road, the first time In over a quarter of a century that they have appeared on Nevada’s roads. By freight train Goldfield is one day from Reno. By mule team It la 12 days. T E A / T h e modestest thing In the world is tea. It is only teal The navy department Is going to es­ tablish a wireless station In the Faral- lone islands, a group of rocks 32 miles . west of the entrance to San Francisco bay. It would be a very Important station In war time. Over In Spain a man who becomes the father of a large family receives a title. But do Spanish titles help to pay grocery b i l l s ? ________ Japanese Papers Criticise Stoessel Tokio.—General Stoessel is being sharply orltized for destroying the Rus Sian warships, attempting to oboke the entranoe to the harbor of Port Arthur, and dispbatohiDg the torpedo boat de­ stroyers to Chefoo subsequent to his offer to surrender the fortress. The Niohi Niohi says that while General Stoessel made a gallant de­ fense, his aotion in blowing up the ships after he had offered to surrender, leaves a lasting blemish on his military reputation. His act indicates a want of sincerity and leaves no room for an extension to him of treatment commen­ surate with the reputation won by the bravery and gallantry of his defense. The paper contrasts the aotion of the emperor in directing that full military honors be paid with that of General Stoessels. The Jijn characterizes General Stoessel's aotion aa mean and unlawful uad says that it should deprive him of any military honors at the hands of his captors. The paper also revives the oharges of Red Cross violations at Port Arhur and declares that no treatment would be too severe in fixing the terms of surrender Ayers SISTERS OF CHARITY Uses Pe-ru-na for Coughs. Colds, Grip and Ca- tarh—A Congressman's Letter. Mayor of Portland Is Indicted Portland, Ore., Jan. 5.—George H. Williams, ex-ohief justioe of Oregon Territory; (X-United States senator from the State of Oregon; attorney general in President Grant’s seoond cabinet and the first oboloe of the president for the chief * justiceship of the United States; mayor of Portland and a man with the snow of 88 winter* upon his head, has been indioted by the oounty of Multnomah oounty, on the charge of malfeasanoe in offioe. MURDERER WA8 HUNG. Newton Allwhite, Son of Lynched Man, Confesses to Helping Father. Newport, Ark.—Lewis Allwhite, the- alleged murderer of Mrs. Rachael Kin- kannoc and daughter, was lynched at the scene of the crime by a mob of several hundred men. The mob ad- vance<Lupon the Jail, overpowered the aherlflFand guards, and took Allwhite from his cell. Newton, who Is a self confessed ac­ cessory to hla father’s alleged crime, was not molested. Mrs. Klnkannon and her daughter, Mrs. Amelia Mauldin, were waylaid, assaulted and murdered on Christmas morning. They were hurrying to the bedside of the daughter's husband, when Allwhite and his son, accord­ ing to the confession of the boy, met them, dragged the women to & ravine nearby and murdered them. It has been arranged that on May 1, 1906, every French trade unionist will, at the conclusion of the eighth hour of his day’s work, \quietly and peaceably leave the factory.” Next bottles o Peruna * second day’s work of eight hours’ and feel greatly ben- duration. ___________________ _ T E A H o w much money do wa return to dissatisfied people f A ll that our grocers get asked for. Russia Changes Admirals. . Petersburg.—It Is understood that Vice Admiral Doubassoff will leave here Wednesday for Parts, where he will relleTe Admiral Kpzan- akoff as Russia’s representative on the lnternaUonal commission of Inquiry into the North sea Incident T E A Think o f the cheer in a cargo o f tea I (Have You Tried It ? Moore’s Revealed Remedy For your stomach and liver. Three does* will make yon Feel better. Never failed For aals by your druggist. Stewart u d Holm #» Drag Co. Seattle F I R E P R O T E C T I O N ! U W u ff^ p W e S ic k of°r5vTpjiirAtn*, How end Department Supplies. Our goods are In uee In nearly erery Fire Department. Heavy Copper, Braxed Joints, HeU- - B a b o o e a m the Standard Extinguisher*. Common Satin- __ _________ nd, Ore. BOYD’S POSITIVE CORN CURE OUR GUARANTEE— If K does not core obeolutely any.e<rrn or Bun­ ion in tb'ee day* return the bo* with oontents to ui and we will refund your money. Bent postpaid to youraddreee for ZVs per box with ~jwd^ for J f

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