|Bear River Valley Leader
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|Bear River Valley Leader
BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER. History of Past Week After thirteen days of terrific suffering in an open boat adrift at sea. four survivors of the freight steamer Columbian were picked up in the Ni-tiAtlantic by the L'nited States revenue cutter Seneca. Reports from Circle City, Alaska, say the flood caused by the breakup of the ice on the Yukon river Thurs day was the worot in the history of tincamp. The town was almost wiped out, all the stores, government near Uf buildings and dwellings water front being damaged by ice. The million dollar estate of Gen Hiram Durea. who was killed on May by his son Chester Uuryea, will be divided among his three children, the parricide sharing equally with his brother and sister. Irwin G. Baker arrived at May 1.",, having traveled 3,362 miles from San Uiego, Cal., on a motorcycle in 11 days 11 hours and 10 minutes. Wrapped in the flag of his country, Samuel Meisenberg of Chicago, oil'1 of the nineteen United States marines killed at Vera Cruz, was buried at Chicago. May 14. A procession more than a mile long followed the body to the grave. On the coffin was ,i single swreath, sent by President Wil- "MOURNERS" IN FRONT OF ROCKEFELLER'S OFFICE Madagascar has 2,180.000 acres of land under cultivation. gljj After Thought. Sonny Pu. what is a rear guard'' Pa A patch 011 the seat of a boy's trousers. .", e of Logan is dead, Iceland Whitehead is seriously, if not faIsaac Jones tally, hurt, and ten other miners are more or less badly injured as the result of a seventy-five-foo- t drop of the cage in the Eagle and Blue Bell mini: at Eureka, Utah. The Colorado house and senate has agreed on tne report of the third conference committee on the military bond issue bill, and the measure, as was amended by the conferences, finally adopted by both houses. Prof. Jakob Bolin, head of the physical education department of the University of Utah and one of the leading authorities in the world on physical education, died at his home in Salt Lake City, May 15. Nelson, the Salt Lake George heavyweight wrestler, defeated Allen of Eustace, heavyweight champion Kansas, at Courtland, Kansas, in straight falls. DOMESTIC. California prohibitionists have nominated a ticket headed by Fred W. W'healer of Los Angeles for United States senator and C. P. Morse of Oakland for governor. Hubbard Mihard, aged 17, son of County Attorney J. B. Minard of Leslie county, and Joseph S. Hensley, a member of a prominent Leslie county family, killed each other in a pistol duel near Hyden, Ky. Five members of a party of nine were persons in a pleasure launch drowned when their launch capsized in the Mississippi river near Minneapolis. The dead are Mrs. Otto Just-manand her two children, two children of John C. Buckholz. n The funeral of William Henry Pul-iam- , New Modern Dancing anil in New Kipt-- Th v.,rk I bav owl ai.i.sn s ic powder to be shaken into IToot.Hask, the am the shoes for t he past ten years It is a blessing to all who are oiupelled in be nn their feet. 1 (lance right or ten hours dai'y, and tlnd that Al.i t:'s Koot-Hab- b keeps my feet eooi, takes the frietkin from the shoe, prevent I eornvand Sore, Aching feeu 1 recommend it to all my pupils " 1 K H.RTC1IKH A l.I.A Molt K. (Hignedi BainpieFllfcK. Address AlleaS.Oluisted U'Uoy.N Y. eadtug City, writes: New-Yor- Insirm-to- "lcar Sir: i Tough! son WASHINGTON. The Mexican delegates to the peace conference are said to realize that the present administration in Mexico City is last crumbling and that the choice of some one to succeed Huerta is inevitable. with the firing of Simultaneously the salute of eleven guns. and the playing of the "Star Spangled Ban John ner." a statue of Commodore Saturday iu Barry was unveiled Franklin park, Washington. President Wilson has served notice on Governor Amnions that the state Sympathizers with the striking miners of Colorado continue to patrol the pavement In front of John D. Rockeof Colorado must be prepared to main- feller's offices in New York as a protest against the course of the mine operators Those here photographed, from tain peace in the coal miners' strike left to right, are: Sarah Greenwood, Elizabeth Freeman (an English militant), B. Gross Longham and Maxim The Appel. districts without federal aid. president said that federal troops would remain in the troubled districts "only until the state of Colorado has time and opportunity to reTAMPIC0 REFUGEES ON A FOREIGN CRUISER sume complete sovereignty and con trol." MHBMOMI Decrease in value of breadstuff's, cotton and cottonseed oil in April, lSl4, compared with April, 1913, but an increase of cattle, hogs and sheep exports are shown in statistics of the department of commerce. Arbitration of the Panama tolls question was advocated in the senate of by Senator McLean, Republican, Connecticut. The United States on Friday de manded of the Huerta government de tails of the fate of Private Parks, the American infantryman who strayed into Mexican lines near Vera Cruz, declaring that unless information about him was given immediately the American government would consider that "an unfriendly and hostile act" had been committed. Federal control of oil pipe lines was urged before the house inter- state commerce committee by Charles the first class fireman of the United States battleship Utah, who died from wounds received in the .ighting at Vera Cruz, was held at S. inman ot lulsa, Ukla.. represent Five thou Pulaski, Ya., on Sunday. ing independent producers. sand people attended the services. FOREIGN, Within a week Harry K. Thaw will KinS Christian X and Queen Alex-corin Con-- j leave the hotel apartments N. H., under guard and will andrine of Denmark have just paid an snenrl some, time in a summer RA.mii- Official visit of courtesy to France, on a lake near Bradford. during which they were the guests of Thomas E. Watson, Georgia editor, the French government. The remnants of the federal garri historian and politician, has been in dieted by the federal grand jury at son of Paredon, routed by General f Augusta, Ga., on a charge of sending Raoul Madero and the Zaragoza bri gade of the constitutionalist army in obscene matter through the mail. Mobs rioted at the furniture fac the first skirmish of the Saltillo camhave retreated to Ramos tory of Hey wood Brothers at Wake paign, field. Mass., where a strike has been Anzpe, six miles north ot Saltillo. Tomarito Watanabe, a Korean, has in progress for three A weeks. crowd, stoned 1)e(m sentenced to death for the mostly foreigners, der two months ago of Dr. Edgar De and police. Ten men, most of them chemists, Mott Stryker. formerly of New killed by an explosion of acid seT- wno was luad of l'le Hospital and chemicals in the mixing room of near Holkol, Korea. It is not onlv as a nossible militarv the Mexican Crude Rubber company at Detroit. opponent that Germany is uneasy Fire destroyed a warehouse of the about Russia. The tone of the press Merchants' and Planters' Compress daily shows that there is much and anxiety over the possibility of a trade company at Galveston, Te'xa.-i- , damaged 11.000 bales of cotton stored war. in the building. The centennial celebration of the The loss is estimated at $000,000. independence of Norway became a ' at demonstration Fred Fox and Maurice patriotic Pettinger, great on Sunday. Christiania who were arrested at Monterey last Forty thouJanuary while trying to smuggle Chi- sand school chifdren bearing the nanese from Mexico into the United tional flag paraded before the royal States, pleaded guilty at San Fran- palace in the morning, while the milicisco. tary and civil procession in the afterMrs. Victor Hall, widow of a young noon included 3,000 Americans, who merchant, shot to death in his home carried the stars and stripes. at Green Springs, Va., on April 13, Everything in Japan today indt has been indicted for murder by a cates. to use the words of a leading special grand jury which has been Japanese newspaper, that "Japan is in the midst of a silent, but great strugInvestigating the crime. font's liscortcd by a great throng of em- gle between the democratic ployes, men and women, the body of and the conservative and bureaucratic Charies V. Post, millionaire manu- machines." facturer, was carried to Oak lliil Ing Fellcitos Villaral. governor of Battle Creek, Mich., on the state of Nuevo Leon, has Issued cemetery, Thursday and placed in a mausoleum. an order restoring to priests and A great decrease in the bubonic nuns any and all property that may plague infection among ground squir have been confiscated and taken from relg In California is shown by the re- them In the past. port of the field Inspectors. Walter S. Lazarus Barlow of LonChicago was chosen as the scene of don, who has recently had success In the 1915 convention of the Railway the treatment of cancer by radium, Development association at its annual says radium in the human body may also be the cause of cancer. meeting at St. Louis. were In Forty Cleveland women Arson squads of militant suffra jured when a car on the Clevelnnd, lettei destroyed the costly grand I'alnesvllle & Dayton electric line stands at the County grounds In Blrm left the track near Wlllougbby. Ohio Ingham and London. They were members of Star Tempi,., Kartbquake shocks continue with Pythian Slaters, returning from Pain alarming frequency at Catania, Sicily. esville. A Mount Ktna extremely active Judge Willis Sears In the district number of the houses weakened by court at Omaha, granted a temporary previous shocks have fallen, but no Injunction forbidding the enforcement lives have bi en lost. by the city of Omaha of the ordinanc e The bill making tipping and (he adopted at a referedum election coin taking of tlpt an indictable offense pelling the local street railway com has pavoeil the Canadian senate company to give seven fares for twenty mittee of the whole practically with five cents out opposition. mm Constipation many erimn disIt thoroughly cared by Doctor Pierce Pleasant Pellets. One 4 laxative, three for cathartic, Adv. eases. 1 - INTERMOUNTAIN. Federal aid in bringing about a settlement of the Colorado coal miners Amstrike is desired by Governor nions, even if President Wilson carries out his intimation that federal troops may soon be withdrawn from the strike district. A cloudburst at Butte, twenty-fivmiles north of Pueblo, Colo., washed out 1.000 feet of the track of the Den ver & Rio Grande. A Great Northern passenger train was held up by two masked men near Rexford, Mont., but the robbers secured little booty. 6.000 Anybody can dye successfully with Putnam Fadeless Dyes. Adv. i The News Happenings of Seven Days Paragraphed One swallow will eat at least flics a day. ftiw ' Glad to escape from Tampico alive, but furious at the necessity of taking refuge on foreign vessels Instead of being cared for by the American navy, American residen ts of that city are here seen thronging the decks of an English cruiser. PATHETIC SCENES IN CAPTAIN CHADWICK VERA CRUZ Gent (to proprietor of restaurant) Your family has been established here a long time eh? Proprietor Yes, sir; the business belonged to my grandfather. Gent And did this fowl belong to him. too? 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Within a little more than a year the famous soldier was destined to win the great victory at Waterloo and to be One h 0 made the commander-in-chie- f of the. British forces. Later in life the duke of Wellington became British prime minister, but the strong personal qualities that had helped him to success as a soldier were not the qualities that best befitted for the premiership, and the career of the duke as a statesman added little to his fame. What He Feared. It was during a very violent in which the lightning Hashes were particularly rlvid, terrifying and frequent.. "Do not be afraid, Tomtnie," said his mother, "our Father in heaven holds the lightning in his hands." "Yes, I know he does, mother, but then, you see, lightning is so quick and slippery that am afraid he might let some of it get away from him when he don't mean to." thun-lerstor- 1 Then It Started. "The man I marry must be well jff." "The man you marry won't." Post. Hous- ton LIVING ADVERTISEMENT Spsaks for Postum. 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