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CAT CHERRIES FEBRUARY
E 15TH TO 22ND.
.... nml befitting at thin
„ ihn vear to honor the
a,,,,—., ;ik««kuh wash.
't,' know ..f no liettor way to <1n
h . m „„ that, entering In the «pint
?!*rrv week ! reeedln* hl« annl
°' r , tv- believe you like eher
rirt „ml "HI appreciate the oc
have prepared for the cele
hratbin and our stock la complete
aith the Choice»! varletle» — the
same fine duality that proved ao
plwslna .»«. year I» here for
Here Are Special Prices
the lor Occasion
CHERRY week SPECIAL8 NO.
10 CANS PITTED CHERRIES
Pitted Royal Ann Cherrie»—liatra
value, extra special price; large
No. 1* »Sc an for .............6Sc
Black Pitted Cherriee—In ayrup; »1
fio. 10 can. special ............85c
Pitted Red Cherries — In ayrup;
II2SXO. 10 ran. »pedal ......$1.00
CHERRY WEEK SPECIAL3
NO. 10 PLAIN CHERRIE8
Royal Ann—Plain, unpitted, fine,
large plump cherry; extra value;
No. 10 Ron run. special ........75c
Black Cherries—Fnpltted, in syrup,
excellent imillty; splendid value;
No. 10 cun. special ............75c
CHERRY WEEK SALE
LARGE NO. 2'/ 2 SIZE
Mammoth Bings — Delightfully
good, rf< fruit; excellent fruit
iyi ! 10 spe< lal 3 cans $1 ;
Wanida Black Pitted—All cherry
flavor fir • quality fruit, solid
meat, re i !«. special, dox cans
»3 50: half •'-»/. $1.75; can......30c
Royal Ann Cherries — Select fruit,
large it pe< ial, half doz. $1.55;
two r. ns 55c
SALE TABLE FRUIT EXTRA
Jonathan Apples New ear, extra
far v .p; ; bulging with flavor
and juice, if you want an extra
fine eating tpple this is the one.
Cheap at. >x ............$2.25
Some Delicious Apple»—Just ar
rived; 2' h. that's all. While
thev hst ..... $3.25
Extra Fancy Oranges — Yes. real
good on« ind only, a half
THREE DAYS' LARD SALE
•Yu 10 I'lUl ................$1.95
No 50 C.. $9.50
CAMPBELLS OR VAN CAMPS
tuf variety; extra special,
Half dozt- ............... 65c
NEW WHOLE CODFISH
eastern whole cod
■' • per lb...........12,/,e
fve.h Guaranteed Table Eggs,
Boding Kind, Dozen .........46c
EVERY day needs
easily digested, quick
ly trepare.t — onomln«l food; 2. 3
*"d < lbs ................... ,25c
Sunmaid Seeded Reiaina—2 pack
"** ................ 25c
Macaroni H;.—Ial, package... 10c
STAFF OF LIFE
Utana-Th. '.-at *6.25 and $3.15
'XL Flour vt $5.66 and $2.85
Rraniiem Flour—At $5.45 and $2.75
Tne Big Sugar Deals Always
s* H TRADING stamps free
i — with your purchases
it- 1 /l 11 * )ll,ur es hurt your eyes,
tures r<rCtiVl e - ves, « h *: n°t the pic
iJ? e in . f * UcMces of the motion pic
* a,,< * objected eyestrain should
u l >on you the fact that an
r . . and should be cor
01K SPECIALTY IS OPTICS.
i J. KELLEY, Mgr.
1Vm * »1-W. 112 N. Main.
»'».".factar. « sped.l deal*»
dî,,'," 0 * t ;* T * «r*««
f™ * n d get oar prices.
Urdan & McDonald
* T «H>ot Aren««. Phan« 12#«
PUBLIC TOOK BUT
unit OF FOOD
Subscriptions Reach $130,000.
Government Must Supply
Washington, Feb. IG Public « u b
Bcription of the «took to the 12 l« «l«*rul
farm loan banka took up only 20,000
shares of a value of $130,000, and the
government will .supply the remaining
The farm loan board in announcing
the figure** today made it clear that
public subscription hud not been
thought desirable in view of the fact
that the stock is redeemable at par
and that within a year or mo at most
the banks would buy back the stock
from its original holders.
Thus, in the case of the Baltimore
bank, to which public subscriptions
aggregated about $6,500. the board de
clined to entertain a suggestion n\a«ie
by a Baltimore hunker that the entire
stock issue he underwritten In that
Complete returns of the stock sub
scriptions have not been received from
four of the twelve districts. Returns
tabulated thus far show that the
greatest amount, alunit 9,000 shares,
were subscribed for the Omaha bank.
PRESIDENT NOT READY
TO GOTO CONGRESS
(Continued from *uxe One.)
the cargo was not contraband and the
submarine displayed no flag, but sin
no lives were lost it is believed the
cldent will not In Itself develop into
cause for drastic action by this gov
AMERICAN FLAG COMES
DOWN IN BRUSSELS
Washington, Feb. 15. State de
rtment advices today reported of
ficially that Brand Whitlock. Ameri
can minister to Belgium, had been
requested but not ordered by the (Jer
i military authorities to lower the
American flag from the legation 1:
The department's advices made n
mention of American relief worker
being held prisoners, and officiais
shared the view of Herbert C. Hoover,
chairman of the American commission,
that it was improbable. As to the
flag incident, it seemed to be regarded
by officials as more sentimental than
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JARVIE—The remains of James Jar
vie are at Sherman Reed's under
taking parlors. Notice of funeral later.
WIRES The remains of Mrs. Viola
Wires are at Sherman & Reed's un
dertaking parlors. Notice of funeral
Undertaker*! and Embalmera
Automobile and Carriage Equipment
131-135 East Broadway
Phones 57 and 5S
McREE The funeral of the* late Rob
ert McKee, aged 30 years, will take
place tomorrow < Friday « afternoon at
1:30 o'clock from the Doorls residence,
310H East Summit street, proceeding
to the First Presbyterian church,
where services will be held at 2
o'clock, the Rev. E. J. Groeneveld of
ficiating. Interment In Mountain View
Reliable Undertaker and Embalmer
322 North Main Street
Bell Phone 779
THOMPSON —The arrangements fur
the funeral of Mrs Mildred Thomp
son have not been completed. The re
mains are at the Daniel» & Bilboa un
dertaking parlors. Funeral announce
ment will be made later
Undertakers and Embalmer«
Automobile and Carriage Equipment
Phone 388. 403 South Main St
Residence Fhone 5822-J.
Office Always Open
TAYLOR- The remains of the late
J William Taylor *111 he *hlpi>«<1 thla
(Thursday, ev.nl,,« on train No 1 on.
the Northern Pacific for Seattle. « he 1 «
interment will be made.
Forerai Director and Embalmer
129 South Main Street
Boll Phone 311_
M. J. WALSH
.1 Director and Embalmer
125 Fast Park St.
Phone 81 __
Funeral Director and Embalmer
15-1» South Montana SI.
Bell Phone 3*7
Aids to Beauty
A T her celebrated Salon de
Beaute in Chicago, Mm.
Gervaise Graham, has
given facial treatments to many
of the world's most beautiful
women. Mine. Adelina Patti,
Geraldine Farrar, Kitty Gordon
(The Enchantress) and hundreds
of beautiful women in profes
sional and private life use her
delightful toilet prej>arations to
preserve their beauty, and defy
the ravages of time.
You can now obtain the same
scientifically prepared toilet
requisites used by Mrs. Graham
in her pir.ate practice at the
Salon do Bcuute — for your own
u$e «n the privacy of your own
home. They have been placed
on sale at the best stores all over
the world, and are conceded to
be infinitely superior to the or
dinary toilet preparations.
Koirneo F«e Powder_______
Hygienic Skin Crsun.. ......
Eugenie Enamel......... ...
Mrs. Graham's Face Bleach
Bath of Isis ...................
Purifoam Shampoo ..........
Mrs. Grzf anj Hair Color......
Caetico Hair Tonic ...........
Mrs. Graham's Fine Toilet
Preparations are sold by the best
dealers all over the world. A*k
your dealer about them. A trial
will convince you of their merit.
For nnle by Hutte Manicur
ing PnrlorM, the largest
snd finest parlors in Mon
tana, 202 Pennsylvania
block, and the Newbro
K I» It 'lltl arouse |
u- tually serious, altii
some feeling. Stute department «itfl
Gals t«««jk tlie view that til«* Germai
military authorities were a ting stri«:t
ly within their rlghtw The Arn«*ri< an j
minister is ac«rredlted to the Belgian !
government, not t«> Belgium, as a
geographi« al unit and the seat of the
Belgium ««>vernmoiit is at Havre. Mr '
Whitlock remained at Brussels by per
mission of the German government to
take part in the reli«*.f work, and the
American legation building f««r all dip- I
lomati«- purp«»ses ceased t«« i»e a lega- )
Whether Mr. Whttlo
on in Brussels as on
Ameruari.s permitted t
or whether h«* will I*«
his offi« ial position as
k will continue
f* of the four
it remain there. J
Belgian government at Ha
yet been decided.
lias n«« 1
FIRST MESSAGE FROM
TURKISH CAPITAL SINCE
BREAK WITH GERMANY
certain vet whether it ha.« occurred at
Vienna, through which all dispatches
GERMANY WILL MAKE
Washington, Feb. 15 The lirst im*s
sage to reach the state department
from American officials in Turkey or
Bulgaria since the break In relations
with Germany was received today from
Ambassador Elkus at Constantinople,
who inquired about the difficulties of
communication with his government.
It i»ore the date of Feb. 7, and ap
parently was delayed at least five days
longer than is usually the « ase w ith
dispatches from the Turkish capital.
Official» are investigating the cause
of the delay in all dispatches to and
from Turkey and Bulgaria, but are not
FULL AMENDS TO PERU
London, Feb. 15. A German govern
ment wireless message today an
nounces that the prote»t of the Peru
vian government against the torpedo
ing of. the Peruvian bark Lorton "be
fore the declaration of barred zones by
submarines and mines" has rea* he«!
the German authorities and has been
BRITISH CONSUL CALLS
THE LYMAN M. LAW AN
Rome (via Pari») Feb. 15 — AH
Rome pa j er» aak If the »inking of
the American schooner Lyman M.
Law constitute» an overt act a» men
tioned by President Wilson in hi»
statement to the senate. While the
British consul at CagUar, telegraphed
United States Consul Treadwell here
, . .
American «hip. the Italia sa>a that the
, that the Lyman M Law was an ex
j »chooner «aa rrg.atered tn th« An,
lean merchant mar, ne and was fly
*„g the American flag
REPORT FROM SKIPPER.
New York, Feb. 15. \ cablegram
from F. W. McDonough, captain of th«
American schooner Lyman M. Law.
which wan nmk In the Mediterranean.
vas received here today by the agents
of the Maritime Traneportatlon com
pany. The message reads
"Law destroyed Austrian »uhma
rine. Crew safe, Cagliari. Sardina.
(Signed, "F. \V. McDONOCOH
George W F Green, president of the
Maritime Transportation company, -
announced today that he Intended to ;
file a protest with the state depart- '
ment over the destruction of the
iraOFS' FIS IN
If Chief Executive Doesn't In
terfere Three Will Be
Helena, Feb. .15. I T ti I« *:- • Gowrnor
Stewart grant** a repriexe, which now
seems unlikely, ll.mi -n Hi.son,
known as "Rain In the Fa««-, Leslie
Fahley, who bears the sobriquet of
"King Faro," ami Henry Hull, known
us "Bunia," negroes, will be bunged
at break of day tomorrow in tin*
Meagher county Jail yard
Sulphur .Spring** in expiât io
mutder of Michael Freeman, who they
shot to death near Nihill. a station
the Billings and .Northern in
M« ugher bounty on < >«• t 6 l ist. Th«
hanging will mark the first legal exe
utlon In Montana in eight years.
All is in readiness for the hanging
and Sheri ff Oeorge B. Nagues has is
ilreds of invitations to the
affair, sending them to tie- peace of
fleers of every county In the state as
to numbers of i»r«»min«*nt <dt
Meugher county The Invita
tions, printed on black edged cards,
ely request presence of the re« ip
InentK as witnesses.
■ Scaffold All Ready.
For several days the scaffold on
which the three negroes will pay the
penalty of their crime has been in
readiness at White Sulphur Springs.
It was tested today.
An application for reprieve or com
mutation of sentence to life Impris
onment was made t«» Governor Stew
art several days ago. The chief
entive held a hearing on it at tin* <ap
ttol building in Helena T > day night,
announcing at its conclusion that he
would announce his decision today.
I'p to a late hour this afternoon he
had not made the announcement, al
though it is understo
The last legal ex«*« »
occurred at I Jeer L<<.
ag«) when a convict n,
hanged for the murd* of <
Inson, although a man ■ is
Forsyth since that tiro**
The murder of Fr<-«-inin
usually brutal erim«* >•
were involved in It. Tv. ■>
serving Ufo sentem
alty not lieing Inflict« -l It
(««cause their victims 1 l
and L. Fret well, did not
| wounds they receive.].
The murder of Fr« « rnan
<»n « 'anipi»ell ami I : • «
Oct 6 while tiie h* . • i
•hit*- men wwh t.-li
the Billings an-l No
a p«>int near >' ::H.
•r « ounty.
for tlm j **»
that h«* will
i in this state
» eight years
-I Hayes was
f Hoard R*»b
i.s lynched at
«• n negro«-*
if these Are
«'amp tie U
! , a r on
men and when the latter resist««! G; *
s«zn ordlng to testimony at tin
trial, ga* e the sfmal for the negroes
I to shoot and ired a shot in Freeman -
) bod at t «li-ran * «if two or thr«*e '« «-*
I As I r*ernan :«•'.! <i ing a«r«^- tii«* gon
■» n «1 assault
<g on a flat '
rthern rail -1
1 'lets into the rem
.u.-hlrig the bod:- fiorr,
Left Campbell to Die.
famiit»«-!! v, a« shot four tlm.*» dur
In* the melee a ne*ro r 1 Fo»
Mit* hell Hall, the other negr*» sen
T^eft alone •,
i>ell succee«!«- 1
tion of the in
Sheriff Torn .b nnlnga. now !.. .rkeeper
the prairie and bleed
om his wounds. Camp-1
n attra'ting theatten
• of a passing train by \
taking letters from his pocket, lighting
them and wa Ing the burning brand
Tie was ta' -c aboard the train, Fret
well was pie - J up later and the au-jto
thorities at White Sulphur Springs
Gibson, Fahley, Henry Hall, the;
three cond«-rmed men. and Foster and*
Mitchell Hall were arrested b> Deput
throw hl« u
„mft blame f
in the house of representative-* at I!
ena. on a freight train near Hall. Ail
were arm«<] and pr*»feHsed ignora: *•
of the crlm«;, Gibson attempting to
»way when arrested,
of the five, a n*-gr >
and «n 18-year-old
negr»> boy named Bridges, were ar
rested later former at Judith Gap,
where he doubled back after the kill
ing. and the latter at Mobridge. S P.
«»n his way east.
Tried to Shift Blame.
Before th - :rla; the negroes tried to ;
the killing on Fahley.
but an autop.-a-. developed that bullets
of three different sixes were fired into
Freeman * body J
Gibaon. Fihle and Hall were
sentenced t-» death by Judge Matthews '
the court setting the da>
Just one month away.
At th« h-arlnK for rrprlrv, before
Governor Stewart. Judge Matthews.
W C Hu»l.»n4 fermer deputy eounty
attorney at Meagh**r county, w ho pros
cuted the men : W. E Ford, one of
the attorn*-.« who assisted the county
uty Sheriff Jennings testified Gov
ernor Stewart had previously read a
trans . of the evidence given at
the trial Rev Father Scherf of Hel
Gibson's old home.
..... .piritual adviser of the trio, an 4
Revs H C. Par«,ns and Mr. Manm.
colored clergymen of Helena, discussed
the case with the governor. A petition
signed by cltUen. of Marshall. Mo .
handed to the
governor by W. B Rhoades, secretar;»
of the state railroad commission.
M KINLEY CIRCLE
MEETS ON FRIDAY
The M K uley circle of the Parent
Teac her association will meet bnday
afternoon at 3:16 o clock. A general
d ** CU8 * lon of the mon»! training of tbe
chl,d ln the ht>me and »chool will bej
feature of the meeting.
r Ân Tllr
THE POST FOR THE NEWS!
Ports Are Congested, With No
Ships to Carry the
Continu« «1 fr*«
timiilatioti of freight that oth«»r
wise \\«»ul«i I .«• j illng up here to the
warehouses at nianntu« taring and pro
ducing «enters In th«* west and H««uth.
•cpt perishable freight, foodstuffs,
government sii|«plleM and news print
Paper. The New Haven has In effect
**» emliargo against shipments in I«*sh
tiian carloa«l I«»ta f«>r d«*llv«ry in New
Haven or for transfer at New Haven,
where the congestion on that line I«
the most severe At th«- offices of
the New York Central it was sal«] that
measures would !»*• announce«! s«jon
along similar lines.
Plans for Relief.
Tiu* - ar
Amer 1« an
nervi*-«- i-ominisKion <«f t
Hailu.i . UHKO« iutifjn,
rfux Harrison, president
rn Railway, 1 m chairman, «:
a i 1 1 1 tin interstate «»minier
- ornmisai«m, it
« ruh a\««ring t«« work ou
li« e tin- situation.
if the embargoes ar»*
result, it is predicted, will lie the
dumping »if thousands «if tons ««f i««od
atuffs Into domt-stl« market h in order
t«i prevent tb«* f«»«id from perishing.
Ruilrouds are said t«i be suffering
heavily financial!) and it is pointed
out that only by unloading su; piles ut
the « itles where the |oa«ied - ars stand
i<ll«\ instead «if holding f««r exporta -
-an th«* situation be relieved so
Mom«* of tlu* <.*mharg«jes may be
Blockade of Ports.
of the « «ingestion Is
at shippers < hurac
il blockod«* of At
purticularl) .New* York.
>f th« H'dland Arn«si
are tied up
J lier«*, their holds entirely filled or
spoken for. «ml the Stockholm «>f
tiu* Swedish-American bn»* ha« a «i«*f
! inite sailing «Jäte. t»«in«*ri*»w
\ Railroad heads her«* are informing
manufacturers that this situation, if
« ontlnued, will result in unempl«»y
rnerit in inland factories, whl*h must
reduce their outputs and, In a eonse
•luent «1* y r * .- in the trar*si«*»rtHt!on
««f war materials.
Difficulty of Payment.
e of the hurdships suffered by
«factur«.*rM engaged in exporting
declared, is that the entente pur
'i«-hHs«4rs d«> not pay for shipments un
' t: 1 they ar<; delivered a' f.»*ao«$ar«l
With tiie rallr«iUiis unable to ««*m
I lete their deliveries, St i pointed out,
. industries w«.»uld be forced to appl> to
■ bankers for further credit ur«til pay
rn*nt from foreign buyers arri'-ed.
EMBARGO ON SHIPMENTS
TO EAST FROM DENVER
Denver, Colo.. Feb. 15 - An embargo «
<.ri carload shipments of a . but p«-r- j
j inhabit* goods and coal t«> the east was j
j ann«»unced at the Denver offices «>f the J
i Atchison, Topeka and Hsrita Fe and ,
Chicago, Burlington an«i Quincy rail- |
r«»ads today. The embargo. It was
.-«Id. extends to ail points «-»st of II
linofs and n««rth of the Ohio river. j
| The only except!
it a h said, 's in
ments which can *•
jat the Atlant!« s«-ab«>ard
\ fered for shipment. R«-f
roads t«> ;< ej t shipments
as the reason.
The r«*sult of the err, barg
tie up 'r«-ight shipment
. xtent Railroad officials
expe« te«l no « ««ngestlon
t«> the embargo. '
- ease of ship- j
v boat bookings
ON NORTHERN LINES.
Seattle. Feb. 15.—Railr«jadH with ter
minals on Puget Sound began on Jan.
i last to refuse shipments of freight
to point» en «t of Chicago and south of
St. Louis, ex-ept livestock an«J perish
able goo«ls The embargo i* »till In
effect, and rnew orders h.t !*een
SAYS IT'S A WICKED
TEMPTING OF GOD
Amsterdam. Feb IS (via Icf.1i
T he Lokal Anzeiger of Berlin ex
presses the h««pe that cabled reports
to r ll Arr< * 1 ' r mer " int "
rntr - arP :: dfi ' t: '** • ' hf * ' v '
J marine M-- kade are uef'-ur. * d
Th** p an for su h »aning* it sa> -
' At the bottom amounts t • :.g
aWTPMpvTSS PRnM WP o T
Olli* fllriri 1 ö rÄUXH Wtöi
Sar F 'rar.
have felt little rs* oil from the aggra
vated freight blockade on the Atlant:'
seaboard, official» of the Southern
Pacific and the Santa Fe roads said
^ today Th« Pant* F«. how« er. today
notified it« agent.- not to - freU-V.
other than coal. oil. llveet k and ; er
ishable good- for points east of the
I Indiana-Illlnot» line or north r the
Ohio river when routed via flllnola and
Missouri Jun tion» without a.« rrtain
' ~ " " ' **
Ing if connecting eastern lines
handle the offerings
The Southern Pacifl has had an
embargo on eostbound freight over its
rail and gulf route via Galveston since
: Jan 18 and. like the Santa Fe, l* a
j cept!n|f other eastbound freight sub
to ability of < onnecting east
> ern ]j nM generally speaking. In the
« Mississippi valley to rec eive It.
~ y or our own lines, we are clear," 1
'said a Santa Fe official.
| Exec utive officials of the S->ulherr
Pacific said there had been some de- 1
The greatest iissi
I s llic confide!
When once betn
And doubl lie*
I in ibis world
ice of mankind,
y cd you feel dismayed
in your mind.
Tii confidence that rules the world
Since mankind I rod tlu* earth;
It .dl depends on qmm! dy
To prove I he value worth.
The conscietue is the menial cour!
Where justice *hould decide.
Then follow its true verdict
In each conscience case \««u've In-d.
We'll leave it 1«. your conscience
And \ -«11*11 save a TffllU) and nuire
On each new Si'll, COAT. DRKSS, I
At the M.om.M.i; GARMENT STORE,
II.« West Bark Street.
«line in tin* amount
freight accepted be.
embargoes and that t
sonufvvhat in 1 <»kh <»f «
I*a« ifio coast
» «»f eastern
liud suffer««! '
BILL TO DIVIDE
Lane Congressional Measure
Concurred in by the
then « «»nh!«J**f **d
Annin « barged un«Jer tin <*i«l c«»r •. «-n
tl«»n system "i«ig business" ruled all
laities in th«i state and that if th«*
McCone bill w«mt thr*« igf it would
mean a restoratl««n of old c«»nflit.i«*ns
Edwards for Bill.
Iviwards insisted tin* bill «ji«I not -«
lat«; th«- prlnclt«l«iM of th»* primary i*-g
i«Iutl«m but that It did -avo expenMe.
and that th«* p« «»pie by el«**-tl \ t v ti.«
<l*-legHt«-H w«cjI«1 Ii.j < ti«c sa rn«.* p«>wer
they now have
Oliver said he ha«l n«»t «-ncounter«-»!
u community ««r indlvid'ial in eastern
Montana who v- in f h or <,i tin
present primary law
Slayt*»n said M j -*-1 v h *- 1 1 inty
wants th«; primary law and does not
want If amende«j Hogan «charged that
f tl»e tdll wer«.- «-na»-ted it $l«l mean
iiat « <-ry deb-gat«* <
at the root« of p«»i»ular g«»
and a«J«led that th«- subject «»1
legislation wax tbe most imp
be «-«»nsidered this s«-ssi'»T»
the i/e«»ple w fio w «*re intelliger
t<« adopt a plan would be l
enough to amend the law.
Afr«*r a sharp fight th«* h
ommended for pa-mage ii« «
itf the whole Bernards hi
from the itati
rh«- rigiit to exercise jurisdJ'
rnunlc.-ipal utilities. Lusk cb;
bill was a step ba«kward ar
th«; Interest of petty politi« :
H. li. 135. for a commission
plan of government, w-as re- oi
| by c «
' resorts or t«- -' ii*
j deputy sheriff is
The majority of th
He morals recoinr
passag«*, the mino
The minority re; o
Anti-Liquor Bill Killed.
tain of the dry» in that boo
»ill was intended to prohibit th
f liquor outside of in- orporat«
and ities. excepting at heal*.
herein a salarie
•I ort v
By Oliver, relating
ar.d material furnisi
leaseholds; by Ann;
registration f n ; re
lating to the r
wells, by Dwight r«
hase of S v .
relating to the gra
iiem» for la
to oil and
- Tid -
for the o!l«*> Y : * n •<* h;st«
Gran.ille .Stewart, by
;>eallng the nv.tor law r
making >f traff; reguLa*.
U»y Slayton, amer. î:ng th
time on wh h • mmer
the re< o', ery of real est
wey. making it a ; .-- •
to alter the serial r im
car»; by Brower, abolish
of steamboat ir.-; ►
livestock c-mmlKson o ■
boards of sheep and live*
New House Bills
in the house:
H B 993, by Hhaw—«'or
enumeration of county off
H B 3S4. Ame - n
school tea. her* to give i
van«-e to l*oards >f tr.r.
Intentlor. t" r»«*.g
H B 395 by Andersoe
for th** S .tb M
H. B 399. by
the highway law.
H B *97 »
r Anderson— Reçu
the business o
H B 39?
e nt „ mo , ozy
'ice of state «ientai surgvon.
H B 399. by ths Joint sanitaiy c
» state board
tan. h'. Murray. Hathaway and
Amending the mothers* aid
state bureau of agr! ulture and the
j^j^rtment of labor.
. e , i_ *.
A Sharp Debate.
The reports of majority and min^r-los'ar
it> portions of the committee on town
>chtp* and counties on S. P €8 caused
1 a sharp debate In the house This bill
'amend* the present county division
iaw by making the condition* easier .,?
1 fulfillment. I nder It new counties i
TELEPHONE NO. 20
Hop# ladder furnished fr
If an sl«p«n>cnt th*r«'
1^$** ths tail and RAGGAGR « T)
with 93.000,000 of nss»*-"«*d valuation
«••«u'd I»«- cr»-uted. wher«* as r )»•- present
law r«->) urea an n«M«-*-ed valuation of
$'.,000.000 '/'lie present law requires
Ghat tiu part left iri th»* *d«i county
«hall contain not I«-<-m than $8.000,000
of taxable wealth whereas the bill re
«luces the amount t«» 95,000,000. The
r«*p«*rt f. »red the bill;
r- <»mmen«1«*d tf ;$» 1 *
I OHv«*r <
«r«i«o -' d «T;«* minorl*-. r«
So «Ji<] !
Irower Dwight favored
report H«* sold fhat
pannage of his
r h««uJd be »«at
night veto the
I'M tO it*
declared that B»>*
fte r introducing a bill for
n of Lake county had
:* ith defeat for the re;iM««n
If tii«.- county was created.
r««- th«* « ounty se^it instead
»ort killing the bill
ote of 22 to 17
ommende«! for pas
ating to the d
» was killed
mmended for passage on
nmittee rer»orts was H
'rig miik dealers to take
H *1 re tiring the
of sanitary drinking
notice of a bill n re ia
he pavrnerit of wage« The
bills were introduced in the
D2. bv Clay—Relat.ng to
venue from justice of peace
\y C']*y Relating to the
n f brands and hid«-»
ÎM h- Kane -Providing for
■ * «tion .f Judges by a non
to go to
185, . > Heal)—Providing bo
e charter» for cities.
B 184 by Morris—Money»
ved by state d«i)ar
; B HT. b M «-tdord— Pro* id^ng
it ir g-it. r diMr«cts may include
ring lard* In other state*.
■* B 188. by Roberts—Relating to
m^nsatton '«f ' -«erd» of e!e«*
DIES OF INJURIES
RECEIVER IT SPEC
rie» received yesterday In a
prour.d at tbe Bpeculator mine
sustained »ertou» internai is
; -.r .**i» 1 i*. eff rt- to nave him proved
unavailing. He wa* single and lived
at 119 Jay etreet. s far as known be
ha» no relatives in Butte The b««dy .*
at the Sherman ék Reed estai ahmen t
and Go- ner fame will bold aa i*i
..e** tomorrow or Saturday
SPECIIL TRIIN ISSURED
FOR ROTiflllN MEETING
A*$unQC«s mad« st the weakly
lunch«on-meeting of the Butte Rotary
Tub at the Butte Griii t>da y indurated
that the rwqu #.te r .mlwr of members
has T-een secured to guarantee a »pee
lal tram from thi* erty for the first
district convention of the Roianan* of
1 tah. Montana. Idaho. Colorado and
Wjocning at Great Palls March 2 rvi
3 The special will leave here Thurs
day night. March 1. at midnight and
the Ana«x>nda and Salt Lake delega
tions will avail of the special tnun
the Great Northern,
Dr T C Witherspoon, vku rttaracd
recently from a trip to California, toid
of his visit to the Rotary clubs of
Salt Lake. Denver. Pueblo and Colo
rado Springs Pr«#ctor Barclay spoke
oo pending legi*>»foe