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UOE WILL 800N BECOME THE BRXDE OF PAYNE WHITNEY. FIT FOR A QUEEN'S CROWN ragniflcent Brilliants Will Grace the Neck of the Bride-President and Mrs. R'osevelt to Be Guests at the Wedding. (By Associated Press.) Washington, D. C., Feb. 1.-E-laborate preparations are being made for the wedding of. Miss Helen Ilay, daughter of Sectetary of State Hay, and Mr. Payne Whitney, son of ex-Hecretary of the Navy Whitney. The ceremony will be solemnized at noon on February 6 In the Church of the Covenant. It will be a white wedding. There will he whlite roses at the HIay residence, not only In the entrance hall way, but in every drawing room and in the library, with its pleturesque ingle nook, great fragrant beauties, nodding from crystal vases and shedding their perfume throughout the house. There will be \\ lte roses in the spler did dining room, where with the snt ting of red mahogany ceiling and wills and the gorgeous monnnlel, reching to the ceiling, of Mexican onyx, the wed ding feast will be spread. The bride's cake will, of course, be the central ornamnent on tlhe table. Thli will be set in a rim of white roses, a magnificent wreath of the finest speci mens to be found in the country. Tying this wreath and falling from the table to the floor in rich bows and ends will be a wide whit'e satin sash ribbon. It is In this atpartmient that the ipresident \will toast the bride's health. The Bridal Gown. At the C'hurch of the Covenant white roses will be plentifully used. The bridal gown will be of Ivory white satin, with full court train. This will be characterized by an exqulislte simn pllilty, the rich materilal being of the kind that will stand alone, with cloth of silver effect. The vill will be fa, tened with diamonds such as few brides of this country are able to wear. About tihe throat of her high neck gown Miss lay ill w\\'ear the nagnifi cent pearl iand dilI mond necklace given her by Colonel Oliver Payne. This is iomtllpseld of immense 'ittnle pearls, front whith hangs a pendant din mond of such size and brilliancy that it is said to e ti\\llhout tequal save in some of the famous crown Jewels across the water. This necklace, valued at $150,000, has, since Its arrival, been kept in the safe at the state department, as the set re-tary of state deemed It inadvisable to allow an article of such value to re Mansion as a Present. lut this is not the only present given by Colonel Payne. The second one iL a handsome house on Fifth avenue to his favorite nephew and the bride-elect. And for the furnishing of this splendid new home Miss hay has already made nu Inel'rous elections in the way of Jap anese anld Chinese embroideries and hangings of rich Eastern stuffs, as well as sHoae rare antique furniture for her drawing rooms. These things were selected by Miss Hay when, with her mother and sister, she recently made a visit to New York city. The guests, who have been asked to the nlumber of 1000 to witness the cere mony, will inctlude the president and Mrs. Iloosevelt, Miss Itoosevelt, the cabinet, th jl udliciary, the leading ofil eers of tile arIllmy and navy, the atumbas saItdora ail1 mlnisters plenipotentiary. The only guests at the house will be the president, Mrs. and Miss Roosevelt, the cabinet and the relatives of the bride and 'bridegroom. These will include Mr. and Mrs. Al merlc Paget, brother-in-law and sister of the bridegroom; Wi'llian C. Whit ney, father of the bridegroom; Colonel Oliver Payne, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Whitney of New York. Mr. Paget will be best man. QUESTION OF CAPACITY. McKnight and Taylor Demur to the Complaint. ISpoecial to fiter Mountain.) IHelena, Feb. 1.-J. W. McKnight and (eorge C. Taylor, who stand accused by the United Stat',s of stealing 34 head of rattle from Josephine Hall, a Black foot Indian, yesterday filed a demurrer to the complaint. It was alleged by the government that the thiefs of these cattle from the res ervation occilrred O( tober 16, 1901, and that their value was $112', for which amount, with eusts, the suit was brought. In their demurrer, McKnight and Tay lor confess to none of the allegations of the complaint, but declare that the plaintiff lacks capalIty to sue, the title of the action, naming the ptlaintlff as the United States guardian of Joselphine Hall, a full-blooded Blackfoot Indian. They also allege ahiTlgullty of the comrplaint. LARGE LUMBER DEAL. Rock Creek Saw Mill Concern Buy Some More Pine. (tly Assoclated Press.) Tacoma, W'ash., Feb. I.--F. B. Ilub bard, president of the Rock ('lreek Lum her company and, the Mole'orllick Lun ber company, whose mills are located at Mc('ormick, Wash., has been in Tacomla several days on busnllless. He has Just closed a deal with ilarold Hatheway, former president of the Bu coda Lumlllber comllllpany, for the purcihase of about 60.000,000 feet of fir timber, located adjacent to the present holdings of Mr. Hubbard's companies In Lo\s and Pacific counties. This purchase gives .rIt. Hubbard a total of about 150,000,000 feet of standing and accessible fr timber,. Arizona Delegation Heard. (Bfy Assoclated Press.) Washlngton, Feb. 1.-The house com mittee on territories gave hIearing yes. tqsday to the delegation from \rlzona, 1* favor of its admission as a state. ¶We readiness of tile territory to assume all the oblilgatlons of statehood was set forth, POLIC[ AR[ D0fIED GIRLS REFUSE TO COMPLY WITH QUARANTINE ORDER. EMPLOYED IN A POSTOFFICE Case of Smallpox Had Developed in the House But the Girls Made Up Their Minds to Ignore the Regulations. (f3y Associated Press.) Philadelphia, Feb. 1.--Two plucky girls, who live In the aristocratic su hurb of Torresdale, have defied the de partment of public safety for five days. Six times they have been ordered by the director's agents to enter a quaran tined house, their h1oime, and stay there. Six Limes they have refused to obey or ders. Lnst night they were sorting Uncle ;am's mail, distributing letters to the residents of their village and forwarding postal matter to all parts of the country. The two young women are Miss Lizzie Flood, postmistress in 'rorresdale, and Miss Agnes Flood, assistant :l.stmis tress. Had Smallpox. Mary (tillespIe, their niece, a t-year old girl who has lived at the Flood horne, beenince ill about two weeks ago. Thurs day the attlending physiclan announced that it was it case of smallpox. A city physician was .ailed and agreed with the dTagnosls. The little girl w.a Immediateoy sent to thei Municipal hospital and the house was quarantined. Mr. and Mrs. Flood and their youngest daughter were at home. They are prisoners with the two oldest daughters. The Misses loizzli and Agnes Flood were iat the postollike attending to thir dailly dluts \\ when the quarantine was decllur d. An agent of the depart mnn t of publli Rsafety went to the olic i and told themI that theiy must go home.. In the mean tiIne they had learned that their niece had ienl reirnotved to the hospital ani:d that the quarantine was on. Foiled the Agents. The younlg woumen pointed out the fact that they were employes of the United States )postal department, and that it would he inlmpossible for themi to neglect their duties ieven for an hoiur, to say nothing of 18 days. The agent went away. On Friday an other mian called on the girls, and tohl them that they really tmutt go into quarant ine. "You're only fooling," they said to him, atlnd he went away. However, on the samin day th-y con sentedt to allow an agenot of the board of health to fumigate the postiflhce and to disinfect their clothing. "Trlis quarantine Is till noniselnse any way. We handle letters almost every day which come froml qutara:ntned Ilttses," the postmistress added. "If they are going to let people wrlite letters when they Are quarantined what is the use of quarantining the postal em iloyes?" WANT ALL THE FISH. Canadians Will Endeavor to Shut Out Americans. t(yy Associated Press.) Vaneouv\er, I. t'., Feb. 1.-P'ruof. IE. E. Prince, chief of the bureau of tisheries in the dominion government, and sever al members of parliament are in Van couver seeking information with regard to Northern lsherics. The )ro:)Osttl Is made that the whole sea along the British coast bet ween Van couver island and the Queen (charlottes, which is now coinmnon fishing ground for Canadian vessels, belongs exclusively ot the Canadians. The sea is simply alive with fish of all sorts, and from this strait the American fishermen draw vast quantities of halibut and cod. Strong representations were made here today to the commissioners for Canadian authorities to exercise the claimed right over the Indicated sea coast and en deavor to shut out the Americans. PAYS A DIVIDEND. Northern Securities Company Stock holders Receive Their First. (By Associated Press.) New York, Feb. 1.-It is stated that a dividend of 1 per cent has been de ,lared by the directors of the Northern Securities company and that the checks have already been mailed. It is understood to be payable to hold ers of record January 31, and Is the first dividend paid by the new comlpany. The Loss at Norfolk. (By Assoclated Press.) Norfolk, Va., Feb. 1.-The loss due to yesterday morning's lire will approxi mate $9'00,000, possibly half covered by insu'rance. The buildings burned W\ere: Th'le Atlantic hotel, for whic.l, with site, C. M. lRandolph, who is associated with Mr. Lancaster Williams of Rich mond, Virginia, in the Ocean View rail road, recently paid $310,000. The Colum bia building, which cost $50,000; the Al Iemarle apartment house, owned by ~George Larps, valued at about $25,000. Also eight smaller losses estimated at $85,000. King of Siam Coming. (Ly Associated Press.) New York, Feb. .-D)avid Ii. Rickles of this .ity, at one time an otliilal rep resent ative of the 1'nited States at Bangkok, Slain, has reelved a letter from a friend In that clty saying the king of Siam is C:onsiderllg the question of making a tour of the world this year, including the I'nited States, where, it is understood he is to become the na tion's guest by invitation of President Itoosevelt. British Bark Ashore. liHy Assoahited Press.) New uork, Feb. 1.--in a blinding snow storm, the British stea.mer ('avour of Liverpool, belonging to the Lamport and Holt line, in fpmnand of C'aptain Kelly, went asho're at Long leach, about 18 miles east of Sandy Hook. The crews of the Point L, o' out and Long Beach lit saving stations, went to the strand ed vessel and fnund It in no mmrediate danger. The captain an d crew decided ot remain on board during the night. STOP ALL TiH VlORK ORDER RECEIV1ED ' BTR LINGTON HEADOQUitTaQ,. PENDING COURT'S DEISION If It Is Decided That the N ger Is Legal Work on Billings at Palls Line Will Probab Be Resumed. (Specilal to Inter Mounta ) Great F'lls, Feb. 1.-An orde 4m re celved here yesterday from B llgton headquarters that all work on h ill Ings-Great Falls line should ce until the supreme court of the Unit Skates decides the merger case, bro hl by Governor Van Sant of Minne He Is Non-Uommittal Chief Engineer Weeks has b n non committal of late concerning e pro gress of the work. A few days ago he stated that some one nearer the management than he pretended to be, would be 'here to a few days and could speak with aut ority. This latter official, who desiresthat his name be not mentioned, said yesterday: Official Confines. "It is true that all work on the Bill ings-(Great Falls line will be stopped as soon as the surveyors reach Ub.t, Fer gus county, and the work will not resume until the supreme court decides the mrr ger 'asOe. "If it dei.les that the merger:}: legal, then this work will probably be re iumned." LORD ROSEBURY'S NOVEL. London Wits Strggest Names for Ex Premier's Completed Work. (Ity Associated Press.) Londonn, Jan. 31.-Lord Rosebery has written a novel, upon which he Is now engaged in putting the finlshflg'toutches. It is expected that it will be lablished in the autumn. In spite of his Chesterfield sp )ch. and many polltteal and other diversl s., Lord Itosebiery, it Is said, found tii to re write lilthe manuscript three tim The name 11and plot of his novE are not hinted at so far, but one of th weekly papers suggests it should be ca ed dTh lanely Furrow," or, if compile , on the' lines of rickens, It might be n iid "A Neutral Inn." which is a sarca e e refer once to Lotrd Itosiehery's recen sugges 41 on that peace ne'gotiations itlt the Boers might well be initiated a a way side tavern. MUST PROVIDE SEA . New York Theaters Are Greatly Put Out by New Order. (iy Assoclated Pres.i.) Now York. Feb. 1.- Enforcement of thc, anti-standing room statute In t'heaters by File Commissnoner Sturgls has caused great commothin among theatrlea.I mani agers. ,however, the mandate was olwy el p)racthii!ly to the leottle, and.,ulllil nts of persons were' "turned away frolll the leading playhouses. At the Metlropolita9? opera housn, where griand llopera is on .h bills, over 150 gcnn eral adlmissions had been sold when the flirenen, detailed for the purpose ordered the mnanigement to provide seats or com pel standers to leave the -house, Seats were provided in the gallery. Maurlce Grau declared that if the or der continued In force it will mean ia loss on the season of $500,000, and that the opera twill have to stop. This house was built with the Intention of providing standing room for 1500 per sons, without Interfering with the safety or comfort of the subscribers, Mr. Grau declared. e, Theater managers on Broadway de clared that the enforcement of the law Is an unwarrantable hardship, and: that un less the order is repealed the: loss will be larger than some can stand. It Is ex pected the managers will meet at once and determine upon some line of ac tion. Lumber Dealers Meet.: (By Associated Press.).' New York, Feb. 1. - The 'National Wholesale Lumber Dealers' a oclation will meet at the Waldorf-As iorla on March 5-9. Telegraphic annopjncement of this fact has just been received by J. E. Defenbaugh, editor of the American Lumberman. Heretofore meetings of the association have been held In Eastein cities and the breaks in the rule will be reciprocated in the shape of entertain ments to the Western dealers. Dispartment of the Interior, United States Land Office, Helena, Montana, December 10, 1901. N. P. R. R. Co., vs. Mineral Classifics. tion of w% section 35, township 4 north, range 11 west. During the month of April, 1901, Minm eral Land Commissioner W. 1L. Williams, appointed under the act of February 6, 1895, as amended by the act of June 6, 1900, to examine and classify certain nmineral lands in the states of Montana and Idaho, classified with other lands, the w% of section 35, townslip 4 north, range 11 west, as mineral. On December 30, 1901, the N. P. R. R/ Co. filed Its duly verified pr:otest against said classification in which it is alleged, that each and every part of said tracts are essentially rnon-mineral in character and more valuable for con-mlneral pur poses than for mining. A hearing is therefore hereby ordered and all parties in Interest grb hereby notified to appear, respond and 'offer evi dence touching said allegation )before John R. Eardley, a United Stateb com missioner. at his office at An conda, Montana, at 10 o'clock a. m.,"o' Feb. ruary 6, 1902, and that final hearing be held b.fore the Register and Rec ver of the United States Lan. Office at elena, Montana, at 10 o'clock a. m., on ebru ary 13, 1902. e GEORGE D. GRI 10E, Re Ister. The Health of a Manly Man Why will not all men insist upon haIvt it, when it is o easy to get and to keep. Some men are eaten alive by tap-worms, others wander hopelessly for years dyibg slow deaths from bowel dises.. A ,e 8 s ttan ea rt tewe N.1 oa -eb yi a t a at o C e l flaoe Bstpnes avery Oel a s llto Infte o to" oe os.e or a "aworm fof b eWs ione ai m ol wh a lam eh e caut e s me of the piale, wtth whi n A re a yf boA Edy an ie 1 e t. f*a f wnl, erpast twowee . L" ad not oeaonmd t off I. O e f ft o n en t / hick eears es.o te C s ea to'that' ro aed -Oas". . Penny, 51 Tat. Ave., Brookly. me eyl .';dn,.itu4 .'.-T . J. p, i1. Is"F thre ,ears I have been Cteod with b"Qa.Aee are h only reeete t hve evr ei Ulef and f 1 hat n"j send you my ofe oe nons men atn .' sBlnm - h mn., est Ave.. Burtalo, N. o. hhes. S. Oampbell. Sunbu.y. Pennsylventa . Business as well as social life of today is one of strain and effort, and the struggle for existence in competition makes life a fight day in day out, in which care of body, nerves, blood is more or less neglected. Men wonder what's wrong with them. No man can stand such unnatural conditions unless he counteracts them by using Cascarets Candy Cathartic, causing regularity of body in spite of irregularity of habits. A man who "feela bad" should take Cascarets, find out what's wrong and be cured. SBeet ror the Bowels. All druglgsts. toa, eo, M.Nevs smold in bulk. The genuine tablet stamped C C. Ousa. anteed to cure or your money back. Sample and booklet fIkee. Address Sterlins Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. Y. WILL 6RADE RATIS JOBBERS 0~ THE MIDDLE WEST ARE FINALLY HEARD. FREIGHT MEETING WILL ACT Many Articles Are Carried From New York to the Pacific Coast for Less Than to Intermediate Points. (By Assoclated Press.) St. Paul, Minn., Feb. 1.-A movement is on foot which may result in impor tant modifications to "postage stamp" transcontinental rates which weie the subject of a decided protest from Job bers of the Middle West several years aigo. Several Western lines have agreed jointly to request the substitute gradu ated classification rates for these rates at the coming trans-continental meet ing of the freight bureau. Want a Graded Basis. Many articles are carried from New York and ('hlcago and common points and the Missouri river points at pre elsely the same rates as that from New York to San Francisco and Pia(ctic coast points. The rates to interior points on the Pa cltic coast are higher tharn the rates from New York to the opposite c(.iast. It was intimated today that one of the most Importanlt of Norm'hl'.el 'Oist hlies will support any mnovemenltt to sugntitute a graded basis. Si'MM)ON3 NO. 9,7,6. In the District ('ourt of the Sec.ond Judiald Di)strict of th State of Mon tana, in and fur the tc'ounty if Silver How. Johnl O. Hend r, ip.tln iff. \s. George Winter and James iB. Furey, sheriff of Silver How e,,unty. defendants. To the ai;ove named defendants: You are herely snu n0mu( d In a ;l"wer the compl!aint in this action, which is tiled in the otilee of the clerk of this court a copy of which is herewith served upon you and to tile your answer and serve a copy thereof upon tihe plaintiff's at tornev with twenty days after the serv ice of this summnnons, exctlusive of the day of service; and in case of your fallu:e to appear or answer, judgment will be taken against you by default for the re lief demanded In the complaint. This action is brought against you to obtain a deer, e of the court compel Ing and requiring you, the said defen dant, George Winter, to execute to the plaintiff an assignment of that certain decree of foreclosure and judgment en tered In the cause of William A. ('lark and others against the Grand Opera House company and others, wherein cer taln premises described as Lot number fifteen (15), and west one-half of Lot number fourteen, and the east seventeen and one-half (17t/) feet of lot number sixteen, all in Block number twenty-nine, of the original townsite of Butte, In Silver Bow county, Monlana, is ordered to be sold to satisfy thle amount due to the said William A. Clark and others in the said judgment. The plaintiff claims that he is the equitable owner and entitled to the sold premises hereinbefore described undler and by virtue of certain redemptions mnade by him and those under whomn he claims, and that his ownership Is sub ject only to the said decree of fore closure 0nd the mortgage thereby fore closed; and that on the 12th day of November, 1901, the said plaintiff offered to pay the amount due upon the said decree and judgelllnt together with ail costs and accruing costs and interesl, and tendered the amount thereof. to wit: $16,636.15, to the said defendant, Winter, ant to his attorneys and de manded that the said decree and juag ment be assigned to him, the said plain tiff. That the said George Winter re fused to a,'0cpt the samie, anlld thrl atetns to sell the said property under the sald decree, thereby casting a chloud upon tihe title of the plaintiff to said premises The plaintiff alleges that he is wllling and able and offers to pay to the saidl defendant, Winter, the amount due upon the said judgment and decree upon the said Winter assigning to him his rights thereunder. The said plaintiff also asfis for an in. junction against the defendants restrain ing them from the execution of the said judgment and decree until the final de termination of this action. Witness my hand and the seal of the said court this 31st day of January, 1902. SAMUEL M. fROBERTS, Clerk. FORBIS & EV4NS, Attorneys for Plaintiff. I PORTO l[CO STOUESI $1.o I Mast be smoked at Per 100 per 100 th4 city dump or in SQ "A" •th LOe $1.50 SW.END CA LSON, 4 South Main wEND 100 PAGE BOOK FREE IL ~1 SUPFERERS FROM CONTAGIOUS BLOOD POISON WE CURE QUICKLY AND PERMANENTLY. 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