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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 9 February 1912

H 1IE ýresident Taft, in Messrgy to Congress, Pibta out -Needs of Various Sections. ALASKA TOO LONG NEGLECTED 4leg Mat d eq Leulatslern That Shall Develop the Reosuef. of the TYrrt.ory and Aferd Pretestlee to etth-Weuld Hove M vovernunat bulld sad Own a Trunk Lins Rail ma t-enem lasinpreenes. Washiagtoe, Fhb. L.-President Taft seat the following message to con grom today: We the Senate sad Roes of Repre sentatives: There Is so branch of the Peidral Suriadlctios which calls more tapera tively for Immediate legislation than that which concerns the public do main, and especially the part of that demain whiehl isn Alaska. , The progress under the reclamation set has made clear the defects of its limitations. which should be remedied. The rules governing the aegauition at homesteads, of land that Is not arid o semi-arid, are not well adapted to the perfecting of title to land made arable by government reclamation work. I concur with the Secretary of the Interior in his recommendation tha...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 9 February 1912

Searchlight. maRM. May at. apse. M Sewed-Clams Maser, Pseesias at Culberteom. Most., Udser Aetof Conree C M March 9. ul79. FIANK S. REED. Editor sad Proprietor. Terme-ta -avce, per year ........ s Adwenhiiag Rates. very reasonabeh, will be furished oa appieatiom at this oice. TIE FIRST IEPUDLICAN PAPER STARTES IN VALLEY CO., MONT. The Searchlight editor wishes to express his sincere thanks to the many kind friends and neighbors who aided us with words and acts of sympathy during the illness and death of our mother. We wish especially to mention Mrs. W. Mathews, who aided us in many ways, Mrs. Asmay Thompson who took care of our young son Tom, Dr. Collinson who made the last nours of our mother more comfort able by his constant care and at tendance, and T. J. Hocking, who helped us on the paper by furnish ing type already set in the Re publican office. Our foreman, W. E. Johnson, also deserves much credit for practically getting out the paper alone for the past four weeks while the e...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 9 February 1912

Uu l~p~a~prI '_ Wemn pIne .t sager Ger 4s as wish an Mir at.s d mies a eser pse. 3 . Boding .d wid -~ 1P oem W hi. aesehtýans was wee thpi Matsse W~isem mleay segesesmeshqir eher i.-blw, Mris G0mlr a i wile.. The ae metig ateM. L LadIes' AMl Sedety wi be hllM wish Ma. Caeeb legam at tih paemease !mas Thbseday. \h.: age. Al meem sam Mad. as lMwqssa Lesthi estwme wil babld mast basy at It esb at the sDaesy school heaseby Rev. aeuse. Lasel AM Smlesty wafmest with Mrs. O. 1. Uamsp mest Weadesby. Feb. 24' at 3 e'de*k at their seesiale is Culbsetuem Sams lryhig sre srnd Theady merin* iag bns his trip Ia the Dabhsas mal Ml. -msa whir. he has bass viskisa sor the past saws weeas with oil freeds sml m..1 Mehelst Chuech senvies will be bull In the Opera hbers Saaday morning mad evealg. Is the mormiag at sles o'clock Rev. C.ehlughes. will preach oe the theme "A Thresoel Attrbete," and ia the eve miag his shbjest will be * The Reward of a Faithlel Fight." Everyone is cordially ia viead to atten...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 9 February 1912

the NW I~r* '.J~o Iowav 321 by f* Mae.ý+i MU 7 SYNOPSIS. 1E1amn Ha-tish. known all through Alas ha as 'Burning Daylight." celebrates his 11th birthday with a crowd of miners at the Circle Ctty Tivoli. The dance leads to heAvy gambling. In which over 3100.000 ia staked. Harnish loses his money and bhi mine but wins the mail contract. He starts on his mail trip with dogs and eledsge. telling his friends that he will be in 3he' big Yukon gold strike at the start. Burncs's Daylight makes a sensationally rapid run across country with the mall. appeals at the Tivoli and is now ready to join his friends in a dash to the new `old fields. Deciding that gold will be found in the up-river district Harnish buys two tons of dlour, which he declares will be worth its weight in gold, but when he arrives with his flour he finds the big flat desolate. A comrade discov ers gold and Daylight reaps a rich her Vest. He goes to [cawson. becomes the mnost prominent figure in the Klondike and defeats a com...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 9 February 1912

.~ Wp. mi. bar~ti~arw ~~rm . wI.ks'Thw". up do "emvmm by - m di ,st if. Mar. ti.a m w aylv I mm «n k Dr. Wie aki fileb mmmd I heJad ma y. IiU u sdk ma. er p. - Onmdie h or yCO bmmad a .ooc ýfbcwmy hlm MaNd'w Okslm s 7lN wY. A i abM r r11tmqmu thu in DIDI'T THINK SHE WAS TIRED Mr. Jlaks' Mis Insinuation Whoe Young Lady Dtspseeessed Him of Hi. Sesi. "That was adding tasult to Iajury." said Representatuv Mass, the asomr Ity hedsr of the bouse* apropes of a politial squabble It remland e of 7ouag Matsh. "Late se sight yoesg hake mat to a crowded uelrsy 4a1 sad. when a girt - he Ira s abiiard sad stood dltustly Is front of him. he made as silk. H1s fAs kideo by his sew. per. he pretusis that be ddst kaew the gkir would ike to have bhs seat. "After a while abe spobe. "10esd eveals& Mr. Jiska.' " why. fl- -vst "TV* been to the Primse socIal desee,' 'Thos, after a passe, she added: - lt'W a weader. Mr. Jaks. you woulde't eare me yoar seat!' "ribs thee get op. He was very &aW. He sai...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 9 February 1912

0 BUSINESS DIRECTORY " @ .....eee-eeee. C. JOUNSTON, M. D. T.W.COLMNSONM.D Pucian and ogo iO the New Cwgbnis PMYtCimn a sue SI*. sen.t. Culbertson, Moatana Cblbrtu, - Montaa *********************.."************** IAlIY II. DALE . W. Ortschie Attorney At Law Watch, Clock and Jewelry Offce in rear of Repairueg Oittiaso Stat. Bank All Work Warranted Cake tase. * Megmeaa CULBERTSON. - - MONTAN' *...........********** ** ************* U. IM slow Lodge Announcements John Hurly :n L.,N ATTORNRY AT LAW II i1 Rmosn Sec. CuawvlouJomuonw. WILD BOOE CiAPTZR. No 0. LSI Meet. the Nodand fouratb Tharudaa u N. ~ . each muatraah >lo'clock in. t. I. Emahi~t Rhm Moat~~. IC. WrSinwe. a A o A. . ............e***......" **""""" *""*"""" ** vIll *- --- - * p~r 0 I The Evans Hotei I ~W. M. McGINNIS, Prop. *Culbertson, 0 - - Montana $************************* CHAS. B. HOVEY CULBERTSON, MONT. Piano Tuning, Voic. Ing, Action Regulat ingand FineRepair ing. Drop me a pos tal and I will call. Charges reasonab...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 16 February 1912

- .7 * 4* vs , 4 ty'V " r . t ! 1ý ' J,ý A ; , .4 i/" ". r .I +'{ 1 "y . d• •w ·' .. r ..x. NLCDS 11., vAU.r NYANA, PE DAT, FEB,, 16. ,9.. ,..o PER YEAR ~- I E The New Ldaw roo that They Mast ange ar Voe at The New rseetratioe law to qures that alt person who vote at school electiens must be registered in sacordance with the provisions of the law. It is therefore neces sary that all women as well as men, residing within school elec tion districts, to be registered to estitle them to vote.. The new law requires that the registratioe books be closed ten days before a school election. This will give the women of Cml berteC and vicinity until March jthb, in which to register. The school election will occur on Seturday, Aprnl 6th, and as the ladies of Culbertson have always takes a deep interest in school elections they should get a move on now and register. There are only six weeks left in which to get your name on the registration books. This applies to men as well as to women and thos...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 16 February 1912

The Sear lght PRANK S RUEE. Prw. CULUERTSON. MONTANA A new aur Ifor cancer has beem di& covered again. Chicago women smle nstard.l whether It helps their looks aor t. Prane. gets a new cabinet aore fre quently than many a man gets a new hat. The American farmer will be pas ed to know that be is worth searly sine billion dollars. If the "tip trust" provokes the travo* tg men to effective resistance t will not have lived to vain. It i said that Tale will have a record-breaking crew. Accent on the record or on the breakitng An Englash preacher has discovered a care for snoring. An o d-fasblone dig In the ribs works pretty well seme times. Wasp soup to said to be a delicacy to China, but Yuan 8h does not oap - pear to relish the bornet's nest be has stirred up. Lawn tennis on Ice is the latest sport. Knowledg of the game mllght have helped the American players In Australi Kansas City citisen wants a dvorce because his wife keeps thirty-ive dogs tn the house Another marriage soe* to ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 16 February 1912

i.' ý ýý ýýý - - ýrýa ,i 0 -mm" ·-ggg 8PECIAL FAMILY INNR.IL By Maruth MeColleh Willems. The bfllowing m m I sitable for a paper bag , emed dia.er, to he served dartag witer e moat, whenm the oecasion is more than Ordim.ary, ay oa a atomn1 bholiday, or sole speolal family or commualty event: Due Fish or Sea Treot, Planked slleed Potatoes Buttered abts Cold Slaw Baro of ee, Roasted Iaked Squash Celery Sasihy Stewod Cold Baked Apples with Rum and dSugar Romaine Salad with Cheese Balls. Sharp French Dressing Biscult Pln m Pding, Brdy am Nut Candy Staeed Dates Homemade Citrom The fsh will requlre a plank, oak. od course, and proportioned to the soie of the biggest paper bag. Get it as thin as possible-half an tch, say. Scour It well, thea grease with oil or butter, beat pgetly and wipe oR all surplus grease while still warm. This before undertaking to use It It must be heated very hot undermeath the gas Same before the ash goes ea It. prinkle rock salt thickly over it to prevent charrin...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 16 February 1912

esses qMay a, s, as SssmmCl m.. Maoteo. Psise at C.blsra. Must.. Umldr Act t Cau. o March 9. 3.-9. FRAN.E , REED Editor aandPrpis r. Terms-Is advance. prt year........s.ea Advertiiag Ras var raommabls. wMlli furaihod og application at this oics. THE FIRST REPUBLICAN PAPER STARTEI IN VALLEY CR., riNT. The municipal election for the town of Culbertson occurs Monday April ust, and the school election for Culbertson district No. s7, occurs Saturday, April 6th. As will be seen by the registration notices in another column, all voters must register at least ten days before election day. Ladies must register as well as men in order to vote at school elections. Each elector when registering tlust have two witnesses who are freeholders. Once registered the names of electors remain on the registration books until they die or remove from the election pre cinct in which they registered. If the ladies of Culbertson wish to have a hand in the election of sch'ool directors they should re gister ht...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 16 February 1912

:.r .I ýý ,; ýw 1bu m pldu prbr. iAw - e.ss r ae ae r * R. l. C. Mlar t asl n l wei is elbr ThAsby. Ij Amessi to Field. wiald felrs - .uemlrld y. ames Capl am ad his b of he S eh lie dwe la seam TuwLday. Mes. WI. Mn y leAt hir poan WeA. lst t.ivay merieg8 hara viet wih slatives. lMi. laes Pa. erl .d brother Le Pai Sweer is to ss tse l shls Wed.m. day mad seek la th Masqesds. - ye SUpedally Dr. H. A. Felser. will e ia Ct lerea Feb. s , If yaour eyes treem em ee and as a.. 44ts Mis Ida Bmd s" ied truse her eas er trip Wdeday ever ing aser per e ledg a dme steeak t spring Millinery. erwreglaa Lutheram services will be heli the bas aeeat of the Sate Beak ct Culenrtae at eeo'lch p. m. nt Sean da by Rev. Ulges. Memes. Pete Marres. Goodess mad Aadrew Fadm . of Plstywood were I CMlkbeesa Tusiday. They said they liked M vislt a live oewn aoe Ia a while. e"s the aodes of regletratio Is as ether oles, on e ar the school electioas and ese hr the -ing macipal electiona. Omos seessesd. however. a...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 16 February 1912

OF FIVE WOMEN hoke That Ldia L PIl. heads Vtcpbabl Cm. Oa-" I cm a roeeo and E. Plakbam' tsgeabi. to all women whor e h. aCange of Life, t me a well women after Reedville, Oregon. New Orleans, L. - the Change" e if I was troubled with hot fashes weak and dizy spells and backache. I was notft for 3 anything until I Look Ly dia E. Pinkbam's Veg. table Compound which poved worth its weight in gold to me."- Mrs.GA Ton BLONDZAU, 1541 P-O lymnia St., New Orleans. Y ishawaka,Ind.-" Wo en Nlar. hou the Che d Lio can take no better than Lydia E. P hm's Vegetable . Com Ijam recom toallmyfrieads because of wha it has done for me."-Mrs.Cnaa. BALase, E. Marion St.B, Milshawaka, Ind. Alton StaKlo y.-"For months I sufered from troubles in conequnce of my age and tought i could not live. Lydia Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound made me well and I want other suffelrin women toknow a·out it Mrs.ExMA BAILt, Altoa Station, Ky. Da. k Na. --L I was g a Cg anwgey of Life and felt very ,I could not sleep and was...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 16 February 1912

l en w eu ei bM a he -a !i m 1ere am me a tta tlb s t -ta. - a. - i. a1se a ge -awgt was Wi i en ethUo eWiE Mok ca Swraesu wm*d bames the As apglerM u or thf layrmabh ssa n eaea. anamaw ras Ia*' P-on the w in m.l ofoh i rius. Tle amute ks mes rn"I .hi u otle may eral yidee weOs be eoadMere.di . ste traae heartp. A i pussed th rh e las ovirmeuts' esttuae .t eltme sem aem be tubas Jtu 1, l s d of Jae 1. Th bill to gsve sdeiPa me uas graduaSti eemmsales as eU igp was tvorably repoite t he uea&t The musetarr uINmm bas agreed that fr sgeeem reasom its reserve bl shd d be kept out O pol ttles. The proposl to ls a date 1e the eate for voting on the arbttra.Sta treates was diseased. but no tlme set. PresMeat Taft transmitted a letter of secretary Knox giviayg SUW prieS abroad for use of the sunar traut Ia vestlgtlg Committee. Tbh seaute judiciary ommittoee r jested the provison o a public bill reqarlna the president to make pub ic endorsementa for judgeship. Presient Tats message reco m...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 16 February 1912

BUSINESS DIRECTORYo° WS-p-'±.-..._ C. 3NSON, M. D. ul and e th IbNew Cwm.e Cu.lert.n, Montana HARlY I. DALE Attorey At Law O* is reor et Oitisuns 8tate Bank c.Ibeftse. - M omn Prasges. cou . G er bussre U.& bA ades John Hurly ATTOrN AT LAW -rr" -k.Y ..l * SeYe**************( !: IIII * * : The Evans Hotel e W. M. McGINNIS, Prop. : Culbertson, - - Montana Z**********************00000000000000000 CHAS. B. HOVEY CULBERTSON, MONT. Piano Tuning, Voic ing, Action Regulat lng and FineRepair in. Drop me a pose tal and I will call. Charges reasonable, expert work guaranteed * 0 * . 0 0 I OUR GOLDEN RULE " "To w make NBW FRIENDS by giviag 0000 SBRVICEB to our old oems" * 0 * " * 0 General Merchandise, Groceries, I Flour & Feed, Hardware, Stoves and Ranges, Dry Goods, Furnish i Ings, Goods, Boots and Shoes, 0 Hats, Caps, Oloyes and Mittens. ' 0 The BROOKSC.,Ic COCULa T$~ON, M#ONTANA "" " s .·0 .W.COUNSONM.I MWIGANCU t SURMO - SW M Mostam .W. Ortsch Watch, Cleck .M Jewelryº All Work Werr...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 23 February 1912

Ictt -VOR..X. NO. 4S CWt.5RhRSON, VALLEY COUWW. AA. FRIDAY. FIB. t3, 6931. St~oo PER YEAR Pinssessi e m s 9. b b wIN me our Noat Washiagton, Feb. zg.-Some thing of a farry was to be observed today ameog the Progressive *e ators sad representatives over in formation from New York that Colosel Theodore Roosevelt will within ten days make reply to the call addressed to him by the eight governors, and that he will from that time forward be in the race against President Taft, without say reservation. The Pregressives have been ner vous since the collapse of the La Follette boom. Practically all of them have served notice on Sena tor La Follette that they have de cided to turn to Roosevelt. As time has passed and no announce ment has come from Oyster Bay, the Progressives have become rest less. If Roosevelt should decide not to be a candidate, it would leave them in a most unhappy position. But their fears were dispelled today by positive assur ances that they could expect the announcemen...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 23 February 1912

ThC searchlight FRANK S. REED, Pebisher. CULERTSON. MONTANA This far it has besw a hard year em baby empsrers. At last aecounts the m who wrote *Th. Beasutitl Snow" was still in Getting cold feet may be slam. but there is more truth than Action 1n it these days. Our ie. of a waste of time is to fall 1n love with the hero of a mov. lag picture Alm. The man who kicked on the 100 it the shade weather now sees where his judgment was at fault. The time may come when a man can be a good and great actor without having more than one wite. Generally. man proposes and Prowi dence disposes, but this year woman proposes and man hasn't the heart to refuse. Eastern society woman tells us that the grizzly bear is not as naughty as Its reputation. Isn't she the knocker! Kansas has a citizen who claims to be "the only hog dentist In the world." What's the use of casting gold filings before swine? We are Informed that Mars is e periencing a hard winter, but, then. there is reason to believe that Mars...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 23 February 1912

AC' DO GILAl goo inthex aNowa~t Is." .ý.ý.. ý ever s ages als - e wmire ilea rmetMsfterets aseslu a w seaa er. sp Noea w Teesl. ta t astwers Stham Nevigat. bue Coapse. skd the ffwaleus wNet eassesand Earetelsa basse ste lea o whee be met hsa fated, adeyight was n th, d t t the withte Omannstwet thea traggatisn o tiae n, san tee Hawaiianrs Nie sermests than hee ra anlticiptoved andeve h va asoidedatthe wid rml I.atleas el 1' thsrg lean at a the unx eted and lasegrc.n tereatae tha0tý wer drawn ate It. Eves? aewapaper tn San ceaciecor turAed upem him. It was true, ems or two Ut thee. bad frst Inmamtetd that they were open to subpedlsatio, but Day. lights judgment was that the sun-s lion did act warrant such expendIture Up to this time the pree. had been smesiagly tolersat and good-Isttredly sCmsaticnyl anout him, but now he was to leara what virulent scurrilousness -s aCtagoalned press was capable of. Dsry episode Ut his life was res-at nete to srave as foundatloes for mat wide.. fabri...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 23 February 1912

b ' Searchlight. ~iiMay as, igmes - sin Meon. baoseso a. C-aersosae Me , Uaidr Act ofClagrin Marcba uU Is M FRAIK S. REED. Editor aadsPrn pis. Tearms-t- a aees, pMr year........ $ess. Advertimig Rates. very emsahle. will be teraihbed on appkliatioa at this eas. TIE FIRST REPUBLICAN PAPER STARTES IN VALLEY 0., 1UT. CONTEST CASE An laterestlot Case at Plenty weed A most far-reaching contest case was tried before U. S. Commis sioner Albert R. Chapman last Saturday between Syvert Raaen and Mary Connoly Falxa, says the Plentywood Herald. Going back about two years, it appears that two poor, young Irish girls came over from the old coun try. They were sisters. Both filed on homesteads about ten miles from Plentywood. Annie Connoly went to work for Peter Marron as cook, receiving ISo per month; the other Mary, was employed at John Falxa's ranch to do cooking and general housework. All eat nings of these girls were invested for im provements on their homesteads. Besides, after their wcrk wa...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 23 February 1912

se - -se* I' 3 8ghesws il iebads. Irs bash Wed 1. . CaseBl m Gissagw was le woe W. W. ct.hme d Freau, was is tews last Ss.-edaa. C. L Wishab uder of halsviA was bteaws Tmseday - * H. Y. Pady, f seSms PaFs. was Im Cl hinsmes Mmsh. fle* yes amlled at L.. Schew's sew PhumnmiaSl t as wH s w sae wan agl t J. A. M.oCmss U Cmersehla, arrived hme ese don Ma as wet hem aswyer, M. D.. whism be hba bhus visitig his bentsher Johs Mcm hor the pet see Fir Salb-st j. A. McC's amstok him. two theosand bubes o Smd Wheat, also :aW Smisy and Grsnmd Sad. I seabs-m pet as have a car load of Pteastes about ApiS tat. hr asle. Cab or as rime. J. A. reCas. 45sf Claeme Swih, who was at ase time a mait of a straw bew as the city waler weal, was armeged early is the week hor earrylag emsosmut weapons. The City Mmgluams gave him Spa or Shmes days and be Seek the latter sad is mew worblag out the dms ate isnrese. Bye Speialaist Dr. H. A. Felber. will be is Cslberlsou Feb. s6th. If yoer ayes tmouble yee come sad ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 23 February 1912

JSTAL SEVICE SHOWS A PROFIT First Time In History, According to Report of Cabinet Officer. RAISE IN RATES IS FAVORED Presidest Concurs in Recommenda tion of Commission on Second. Class Mail Matter-Again Sug. gests Adoption of Parcel Post System. Washington. Feb. 22.-For the first time in the history of the postal serv lee that department of the government showed a profit for the fiscal year eading June 30, 1911, according to the annual report of Postmaster General Hitchcock transmitted to congress to day. Accompanytig the document was the report of the commission on second-class mail matter appointed by joint rasolution of congress on March 4 of last year and a brief message of the president, in which be called at tention to the principal features of the two retorts. Would Increase Second-Class Rates. The report of the commission on second-class mail matter makes the following recommendations: 1. The rate of 2 cents a pound on copies mailed by publishers to sub serlbers, to news age...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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