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THE ANACONDA STANDARD
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WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY.
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%qwer of Maind Tard T trdets. AmNesada,
WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 1S. 188.
THE GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE.
As a compact state paper, exact in its
detabls. pointed In all that it recom
e, broad in the scope of topics
easted and unerringly patriotic in its
par the message of Governor
is a credit to its author. This
maiden message does ample credit to
Montana's first governor. It is not so
long but that every intelligent citizen
ean read it from end to end, and its
erap survey of publice questions renders
any editorial summary ditcult and, at
the same time, unnecessary.
In its earlier paragraphs, the message
discuases questions relating to the
proper care of prisoners and insane
perses. In the Governor's opinion
there should be no haste in providing
buildings for the several state institu
tions for whieh Montana is soon to be
ome responsible, but his judgment is
that the locality for these establish
me-ts may wisely be Axed at an early
day. Wholesome reform will follow if
the legislature heeds the suggestions of
the Governor in regard to the fee sys.
tem in its relation to county officials.
Regarding public lands, the question of
irrigation, the matter of the sale and
distribution of water, and espeoially In
al that is said in reference to whole
some restraints in the organization of
-orporations, Governor Toole's views
will doubtless command the hearty as
sent of every citizen in the state.
One of the modst important of the
Governor's recommendations is that
which urges the legislature to take
steps without delay for an amendment
to the constitution providing that pop
-lation shall be the basis of representa
ten in the state senate. The exciting
debate in the constitutional conven
tieo, which ended with giving olme sen
ator to each e@unty, will Le remem
bered. The measure was warmly
epposed at the time and the question is
eminently one on which the people
sheuld peas opinion. As to registra
tie., the message points out the hard
ships entailed in last autumn's expe
rience and suggests limitations which
would operate as a relief while not in
terfering with an honest vote.
The Governor favors the Australian
plan for elections, under certain amend
ments which are clearly indicated in
the message. Appeal is made for the
early establishment of terms for the
sumpeme court -especially to the end
that the confusion in tilver How
county respecting courts there, " which
is humiliating to the pride of every cit
laea," may be brushed away.
It is to be hoped that every candid
ctlsen of Montana will read the para
graph of the message in which (lov
ernor Toole states his own relations to
the recognition of either of the contend
lag houses at Helena. It merits peru
sal because, in a setne, it is a "word
personal," between the chief executive
of the state and its people. It is enti
tled to candid reception on the part of
every fair-minded man because it is the
THE ALARM QUESTION.
Yesterday morning the NTANIDAnI
directed attention to statements made
before the Iutte city council relative
to the fire alarm service in this city.
These were credited to Chief Thumes.
They were false, and the STANIDAnD
said so. Gentlemen in this city whose
names were used by Mr. Thomen deny
that they ever used the language im
puted to them.
In a letter printed yesterday in the
Butte Inter Jfountain. Mr. Thomes re
marks that he "gets a very severe rak
ilg in the STADARD'" for the part he
took in securing the (aynor service for
Butte. Nurely Ms. Thomes got nothing
e. the sort; we do not discover that he
is on the high road to martyrdom be
e-use of patriotic service he may have
rendered in behalf of the Butte public.
His townsmen will hardly claim that
this newspaper has abused him. We
did say that gentlemen in this city were
dishonestly quoted in the presence of
the Butte alderman, and yesterday's
letter from Mr. Thomes does not put
in any denial. We added that the en
tie effort of Mr. Thomes and his asso
elates, during their visit to Anaconda,
seemed to be to hunt for opportunity
to and possible laws in the (iame
well system rather than to test its mer
its, as it the visitors were in quest for
some exmse for introducing the rival
plan which Butte has since adopted.
Howeve that may be, the STANIDAIDI,
comments of yesterday stand the tes
timony given before the Butte council
regarding the standing of the (Game
well system here was false and unfair.
Beyoud this the STANDARD has not
undertaken to pass any judgment on
the nation of the members of the coun
elI In Butte. The columns of a news
paper are not needed to announce the
.est that the adoption of the (aynor
system was an unpleasant surprise to
. pulie. It easts more than th
OamewelI, It o la ly an expe, umrt,
and it will coat a goo dal more maOwa
to operato than the Jsytem that was
disarded. It is certainly to be hoped
that the (Caynor will denountrMa Its
merit and that Butte ts not to be an
noyed with an imperfect alarm service.
If Mr. Thomes has seen some earms
of experience in the Hoston fre depart
ment. he will admit that no gentlemen
residing in Butte have witnesed, in
Salt Lake or elsewhere, what any
trained fireman would call a practical
test of the (Gaynor system. However.
that is Butte's affair. We said yester
day that the system used in this city
was misrepresented in Butte; and that
WHO IS TO BLAMk?
The brutal prise fight of tSunday was
common talk in the streets of Butte all
day Monday, but for some reason best
known to the officials, no arrests were
made until late Monday night. The
officers relate their great surprise at not
finding Gallagher at home when they
finally arrived. It is probable that Mr.
Gallagher got tired of waiting and it is
not at all surprising that he was not
found. Men who are wanted for mur
der don't generally take the trouble to
place themselves in the way of the law,
and if Gallagher is not caught it will
only be another incident of the incom
petence of certain Rutte offieials.
What Marshal McArthur or any one
else for that matter "thought" is no ex
cuse whatever for this blunder. Public
officers are not supposed to do any great
amount of this sort of "thinking" when
actual facts are so easily obtainable.
The STANI)ARn doesn't care to criti
cise the action of Marshal McArthur
partleularly, but it is as plain as a
pikestaff that some one in .ilver Bow
county is to blame for Gallagher not
being under arrest. In one sense, of
course, Gallagher is himself to blame,
for he should have waited patiently
until it was decided who should make
With two sheriffs, a district attorney,
city marshal and other officers too nu
merous to mention, it is not surprising
if some "thinking" is done by the tax
payers when such blunders as this
THEY'RE A BAD LOT
The recent disclosures of rottenness
among Mormon officials of Malt Lake is
a titting climax to the investigation of
the endowment house oaths. It would
seem that a part of the Mormon belief
is to steal right and left everything in
sight. The disclosure at Malt Lake are
startling yet not surprising. The pol
icy of fraud and thievery which has
ruled for years is being held up to pub
lie scorn, and the rule of the latter-day
saints is drawing to a close.
The investigation before Judge An
derson provedconclusively that the fol
lowers of Mormon teachings do not
make good citizens, and the more
recent investigation by the grand
Jury has conclusively demonstrated
that Mormons make the worst kind of
city and county officials.
A little 3-7-77 law would work won
ders in the land of latter-day saints.
Since the tire that swept valuable
property at the corner of Main and
Granite streets in Butte a good deal of
contention has been going on in the
pressm of that city regarding the meth
ods of insurance companies and the
conduct of adjusters representing
them. It is a little quarrel that has
not interested the nTANI)AUtl, iand its
readers. The fact does not escape our
attention, however, that the bonner
Mercantile Company freely offered,
weeks ago, to settle with the insur
ance people for the sum of 4o0,0ux.
That offer was refused. Insurance tal
ent took up the work. and it now ap
pears that the companies pay 4I3,0W9.25.
The careful reader will wonder how the
prudently managed insurance com
panies manlaged to allow the two bits
included in the Above figures. Rlegard
ing the outcome, the commercial world
will be especially interested in the fact
that the old firm is dead, and that it
has a successor in Ml. . . onnell. to
whose sagacious management and bus
iness tact the success of the house, in
past years is chiefly due.
A point in finance is raised in con
nection with the failure of the war de
partment to go into mourning for Jef
ferson Davis. The Washington PJaot
declares that, whenever the department
is draped, the expense to the govern
ment exceeds o10,IJ)0. This extrava
gant style of mourning for ex-offcials
is entirely without warrant and is a
useless waste of money. It would be a
good idea if the precedent established
in the case of Mr. Davis were to hold
with regard to all retired oMficers. It is
well enough to deplore the death of
men who have rendered faithful public
service, but ten thousand dollars worth
of grief in the shape of war-department
drapery isn't worth what it costs either
to the dead or the living.
Ignatius Donnelly is reported to he very
ill. Bacon as a steady diet il not health
Mr. Jack Gallaher seems to be one of
Butte's leading citiuens leading princi
pally with his left.
The falsity of the proposition that might
makes right was illustrated in the sixtketh
round when Mr. Gallagher's right was
actually broken by Mr. Ward's might.
IAeording to the press dispatches,
Beggs declares that he will "'evote has
life to hunting down the men who killed
Crosnn." We don't like to distrust a
man's i.sesrty, but it strikes an outsider
that this Begs the quamstin.
While Mrs. Coegal laments that he
vericat has breake her hbarS she shouea
to llseas a M e au tmmet, -- aLm wll
be a aoe deal pimmmasr for her to bhar,
and em te wahle ms elm a, at in a.
smiliar lWmu'ry t meek wo Due have
A Washlngto deatito *iadvetiag In
th PIle that he will give M for a snamd
front tooth of a healte young whie man,
the tooth to be trna.plaated Into the jaw
e a rich patient. Moftea |ir
desiring to inerse their ieomr k
make a note of this.
The editor of tlh Yakimnu Bay .ipb
I aem now writ his letters on paper that
eot M1O a quire. It to a pare t the
stuk hrought from Corvalli tl.s week
for election tickets. for whihe a qpecal
train was chartered from the Oregon Pa
Sman died at m adiaaWeb., t ether
day,v eae the Omah B.. from em:se
whleh the doctomr coul m(t umedm . ad.
An autopgr evealed lve jaekkaie. lo
bhi e.maeh. It I. well known that jack
knives are dillbult to diguer, and to ea
more than two at a time le highly in
It does not p to ool with theb Armona
journaliet. The Tempe N~s ad a do.
linquent advertimer. The editorman took
out the ad and replaced it r the fllow
mng: "Tbis spece was taken bi --. He
owe S-- for it and won't par. Look ou.
for him." The adver.her ot mad and
abtaaned an injunction retrualmni the
publication, but a judge dissolvedt te in
In a recent ChicLago case, applisation
war made for the granting of a divorce in
the absence of the lady complaiaat, her
counsel alleging that she was sick n New
York and unable to appear. Then the
judge delivered himself of this inrreaiMible
legal a.iom : "If the lady is sick and dies.
she will not want a divorce, and if she gets
well and lives, she must come into court."
Some godl is coining out of Chicago as
well as Nasareth of old.
Of his own accord and without th eu
tomtary injunctions of the populace ring
ing in hi. ears, although perhaps the
renmenerance of their continued appeals
served as an additional incentive to Mbian
Mr. Gallagher seems. to have let her go
last Sunday. Having done so. bt that
strange perversity of the human mind
there now appears to he a popular do
mand for Gallagher to go too. And as
there is sone Indeflniteness and uncer
tainty attached not only to the personality
indicated by the feminine pronoun but to
the destination "she" had in mind when
Gallagher permitted her to depart, it
would he well perhaps in order to remove
all doubt of the outeome to wsed Mr.
Gallagher in the .sane direction as that
Just taken by the late Mr. Ward.
Judging from a perusal of the editorial
page of the Red Lodge Pidket, an Indian
uprising with all the horrors of a the
ough amd comsprehensive mndnigbht mass
ere is now imminent. The editor bas
brought forth front his wigwam all
his painst. tomahawks and scalping
knlives, anti swears by all the happy
huntinlg grounds of the departed war
riors' of the still powerful trihe of Hoodone
that he will drench his hands in the mer
of the editor of the Helena Isidp U&
even if in order to accomplish his fell
purpose he has to sack the city and com
mit mtrnker, pillage and rapine upon all
its inhabitants. Grim-visaged war is
abroad, and time shrill war-whoop of the
Red Lodge Picket is the signal for the
slaughter. Yet, it is hoped, and there
is every reason to believe, that if the
editor of the Picket and the editor of the
Independent ever cone into collision there
will he the same courteous conference
ending In the pursuit of the same humane
policy as that adopted at the memorable
meeting of the governors of the two Ca.'r
Panders had a lttle trick.
Twas futll of many a quirk;
And everywhere that Mtnders wesal
There'd i. msmer moakey work.
randers pgt old Knowles to help.
The two made quite a team;
old Knowles he did the monkkeying.
While Randers tlaI the scheme.
They went and played the trick Is lhutte
Which was agtahat the law;
It made the children laugh and play
To see Knowles wag his jaw.
'(th. sre the ftunny little trick!t"
The children all did shout:
"It e.unts the losers in. btersh.
And knocks the winners out."
To Hllena then Wanders went.
And cried alo d in leer:
"1 have another little tric'k.
Whiich all straightwiay salll e'et"
Inut when in Helemna he'd played
A wsore or Ialore of tricks,
lie fatund he'd got hlnull lont
A sherd of a flt.
A .uerk Toee UBader Rlpe.
rom the ChicLago Trtbune.
Dorm Pedro is relmrttd asm aying he will
go back to Brasil whenever the people call
hisn. They will never do it HBrother
Pedro. tRepublies in this age of the world
do not crawfshb.
Kmgeah to legale A£amyay.
From the Madlmsoan.
We heard a darky say Saturday that h
owned a pig and one day gave it a bucket
of mush. Maid the darky: "He ease d
whole bucketful of mush. and den I put
d e dern little cuse in do bucket aud be
didn't fill it up half full." The quertio
for philosophers to settle is, what berame
of th lushl
A cabinet Kebeem.b
Pram le Providence Teeism.
One thing seems to be eertain: Wa.e"
maker, however devoted he may be to the
duties of his olic-e. dose not forget his
abedrdasher shop in Philadelphia. Nor
need be. We do not look now so mueh a
in earlier days for the dignity anti deco.
rum In official life whclh our theory of
Per want of seem .
From the etroit Free res..
John Thomas Heelep, an English lad.
has n makroeopl) sight, and can see as far
with the naked eye as any one can se
with an ordinary telemeope. He sayr that
the leg of an ordinary bousefly appears a
big as a finger to him, and he as first sup
posed them to be vultures. What be mess
In a glass of beer is well worth rscordint.
burt i crowded out of this Lamw.
muwte.*m.* USpo ]aab...at Usah
Vru the Ncw Yors Cueummrcaa Iluflhdm.
It I. tratifying to note aameIng Sb. went
en' paper. a growing appcUmIaton of the
meusosty of .meUaeaPng Sb. e.Uatlag op.
=*i Ial& M9ln Oil -im = i * =l 0 N
beaks. T-- St--- t--- leWr W so see
markes "The e ed
agetma L h al the gWemm ek
partn hat pewrmtted the. ple to rm --a
eeam am"d 30, ep; e. t tem Socalist
ankinlg Wsatem md t i aIe = = aM that
there was ever a time wm popular die
tru"at of had so warned mm paoum-r
favor so smsihlt suentheduAd a itord."
We notise Iike Samptnas I aotier IeediMs
westerr Jeuratl. Is ti to h boped we&t
erm represemtatives and msrtors will keep
pm with the Improvslg )udg.Elnat of the
prgo an tUi subject.
A vInln stings.
From the C(ae atWiume.
It e surel m n for gauten that Col. Bob
Igereoll oneae eamd: " In tal dark mht
of death hop sees a tar and listening
love y oeatch the mtling of a rwins.
His lauMnt uatetraenee upon which *exi-l
able earepondents base the atemeant
that he be coming a convert to Clbr.i
tianlt, are no stroger in that direetioU
tram the words we have quoted. Tbare
has alway been a string tied to the Col
erom the AlbM Argu
A few democratie mapopes ia the ew
vice oat s gvemrnmeat who have so .r
eeeaped the oelal gullaotid e must eel
easier dince the prsedient, In bhi inemmage.
bhas aurd the that tlbhey should be al
owed to remain n ther plaes if they ean
wine just political pponents that they
have no party bias. Imagine ad dme.
eratle postmaste trylag to convinee Clahrk
mon that he wee neutral il politics, or
Green B. Raum ladling out pensoons with
an impartial band. with democrats wai
ing on him I President .Har.son' dull
message has on.e leam of humor, and that
ib when be undertakes to speak of ovil
PEOPLE OR PROMINIENCE.
Mme. de Due, the wife of the Swedish
ambassador at Paris. is a distinguished
Mrs. Lord, sister of Mrs. Harrison. who
died in Washinbton Tuesday, was the
widow of Russell Lord, at one time presi
dent of the Delaware & Hudson canal
Charlotte M. Youang the historical wri
tr. has written and published exactl 100
books. She is now engaged upon her
101st work, to be published shortly.
Vice-President Morton has already
cbhieved the distinction of beinl the best
dreamed man in Washington.
Jean Ingelow lives in a great cream
colered house in a wide old garden in
John (. Whittier will be 1 year old
next Tuesday, and is so enfeebled by ill
ness that he will not be able to reelvce his
friends as has been his custom.
Ex-Speaker Carlisle is a great worker
and as a dewmoratie leader on the floor of
the house he will be under a heraver
strain than when he presided over its de
lihtrations. His health, which is goot r-
hust, improved during his term as speak
er, and his friends fear that be will again
overwork hinmelf on the floor.
Congresmasn Randall occupiee a small
and very modest house on an unfashion
able street near the capitol in Washing
Mrs. Robnert Mcee, aughter of Mrs.
Harrison. will attend to all of society's re.
quirements at the white house this sea.
son on account of the death of the latter's
sister, Mrs. Lord.
Prof. Orris. of Princetom. director of the
American school at Athens, attended the
recent marriage of the crown prinee of
Greece. and was present at the entertain.
ment afterward given In bouor of the
royal pair. Prof Orris writes that the
king of Greece manifested wrnr ainterest
in the Ameriean school, and that on No
vember 7 the Prince of Wales, with Sir
Edward Munson and the secretaries of
the British legation, visited the school.
Miss Maude Cottam daughter of the
city editor of a New Albany, Ind., paper,
has been appointed a deputy collector of
internal revenue. Miss (.ttam created a
sensation n Jefferonville by visiting the
different saloons on business connected
with heromee, which was the Erst intima
tion the public had of her appointment.
D'Oyly Carte is a millionaire, but he
made his money by marrying his type
writer, Miss Helen l.eonr. an English girl
who can manage opera, troupes better
than most maon. She nakes all contracts.
The (artoa are building a big hotel In
London and are running two theatres.
Am verrelade Comrt.
A Florida lawyer tells a New York Trib
une correspondent this story of practice
down on Indian river: The lawyers down
there were good natured, indolent fellows,
who never had their cases ready for trial
when called. The Judge had often been
forced to spend a week in the close little
court-house and at the dreedful hotels,
when two days' prompt work would have
wiped off the calendar. He had suolded
and threatened to no purpose many a
tmne. "Court Week" was a semi-annual
eelebration down there, the "crackelur"
gathersd in fmon far and near, and the
taversn-keepare esxpeeted to makep a ood
of it and were seldokl ted
n t determined to tea en a
lemns ont. eeasiseem
He opened court promptly, with the a
malt that one-hal the d.ses on the calen
der were called befr eounes began
arrive. Of the other hbal net a ingli
ease was ready. e lawyer had a w
sm m or a urtor seiae
w fal fi tye t to be ompled with,
ad all noted ow affable the inJ e was
granting a ow bours' time on the maost
ivial plea. Finally, whoa the lerk et
the court announced that no more as**
were on the calendar, the jdge gravely
r. lerk, all these ecases are ecanti
med until nest term. This court I. going
exterm was six months off and there
as gat indignation but the ud
could not he preae upon to c hbl
«(et -a Awful Sears.
From the rikicngo Ties.
A smull, one-man riot disturbed the
quiet Sahbath evening serenity in the
freaks' boarding bouse on Woet Madison
street, Itner the museum, last night. No
one was hurt, hut a very pathetic incident
occurred during the reign of terror.
The housw Is patronised exclusively by
museum people, freaks and actors, and
hepeplace wa full of them. Among the
ctors was a wild and woolly cowboy with
bairy pants, ombrero. and spurA who bas
been playing in a museum wild west com
pany. About 11 p.m. thte desperate indi
vidual gnt drunk and went charging
shroutb the house fourishlin a big Sun
the6 wheeh ukt
lb pM.u=nwod hadSa
Gembd Lbad o man, rlaimed the eemb.
Br, I. meut ~a. begmed aW lb
me'.~ buIIel.Id * 6 w-hit.i
hatr, d ase yu muse e be ra Iose.
of the~ d polregawm. wbo bd Irws
"Good Ilord I num." owgulnd sbe 0
gkw h~in twe I SDGLf "Ibe wtld t a
tre"In !Ve=~ brimkne. snow-wbil
bair. bean y·m me" apt an awhd seam."
IN A NUTSHELL.
rira the M-ak (CaeMlwr.
It i the uMamerrud lad- who Mea ive
her isters poites ea the art of how to
basnae a hiusbead.
The bail searsn i o be aain. and, sad
to s, man a b who goes to a all
sget on a tbast bOhre It il over.
The war to keep a bsbsand ham even
Inge Is to give him the baby to bold Just
or a amnute, then skip out and go over to
uother's a spepand the evening.
There eaklderMable difference between
the eober mua and the Uman who ire
quentlty smls" but it is the sober man
who bha tbe beet eason for smiling.
This is about the timn that the advice ta
iven. "Nevergo to bed with cold feet."
0Whe then is one to mo witb themT
Down in the celler or out n the treet, or
to tbe boaal and have them cut off?
We abould inmWain the beat plce fr cold
feet would be In bed, where thei Iave a
better chance to get warm than (b sitting
with them on the toop.
re m the Ph.bdeIp lanqurer.
"The moil in atuck." said the olo'
ael, wiping him whiskers. "Is so rich that
vegetables ar grown to order while you
wait." "'That's nothing," put In the liar
fr.n Camden. "On ny farm over in
Jereey we can't allow the hoers to stand
a noenent in the flekfs for fear their boots
will tak eroot and the animals grow up to
h. elephants. I made a tr
-ilkingestool the other day out of f
-t aepnl g and stood it in the har
yard. tTb net morning I found in its
Sa black walnut etension dining
SI I hadn't sawed the legs off elos
o the ground I might have had a whole
parlor malt In a day or two.
A oMcease. Iys remaks.
Vgei the New Haves Dhlieer.
Yesterday morning when Prof. Crass
went to his recitation room he found the
key-bole plugged with putty so that it was
mlpos.uble for him to unlock the door. The
students gathered around him greatly
pleasd at bhi dicomflture. However, he
as a m of detenrmination and one not to
be bothered with trifles. After many vain
endeavors to get into the room be aave it
up, and tellingl his clas to follow him he
started for the chapel. The boys formed
behind him in Indian file and marched
behind in Indian file singing the Omega
lamsdb Chi marching song.
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