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.X4UACTURERS BUYING BSEEL I GERRMANY AND ENGLAND. M.ME FOEIGN STEEL NEEDED ew..Plants in Course of Construction but Only a Few of These Will Be Available This Year-Get ting Top Prices. (fly Associated Press.) Cleveland, Ohio, Feb. 27.--''he Iron Trade, revitewing the market (hnmllcns this week, siays the henavy improllvemllnt in stee(l and a further burst of activity in foundry Iron are the features of tthe( Iron market fior the w'k: The buying of steel tin errlany and Enaglald now pr9mises to grow to very (cositderahl|, proportions, in spite of recent adviehs from abroad. The IndepPlplldnt sheet mantllf'lutr..rs at tlheir meeting in PI'lshltrg last week decided to send a commlleso.lnlr to Eng land and (ler'many to bIy lisheet htar's, ntil he is now on the \wly. The amlllount (of contractl s i tanlked of will he Uloutll 40,1(001 tlonl, hlut t 1( i Is . Ileved a larger' loilange will he ieeted, deliveriesl extending o\(lve the ilnext six months. It is unldlrstood] Ih, l'niltd stain" .1."* rorpl oration l hui Icll l 1n hayoe r ill it .small: w'ay, t10,11j0 tlo 1,o0l tois laminig hlet' taken. The steel i lorporatl on<ll .4 also i1 ulyer abroad of sleet llelting scrap. land the importatlion of low phtosphor1oits scrap by olpnt (narth plants., It is likely to, reactih ia loge tonnlage I'folr the (ulid oft the year. Prices Go Up. P]'rhes have adv\anciltied $4 to $5 stinc D)ecemllberl', andi ('l'German hitlt.s are lnowi quoted at $:11.50 at Pilsltburg, wiltl. $:13 Is asked for sllet iarls. It Is Ihelhie\ d frim 1;0,000 to 2001,;00)(I tllln of foreign steel will ie rneeded this year to supplllement the lldomestic oiulput. Plants underl construction adl plans on foot will give' vIery go.dt iI'increase in 'our open-hea-tuh capacity, but only ai Intlitor portionl of it will b.e available this year. hin tihe founhty Intu mtitk lt the feelilng that has boon grm\ihg for soln' months amllollng IIIIIconsumers gave e'idllence of addedl t excitemenl1t during tho present week, allnd buhlsiness cl'osed lhas b.iltn ver'l hlteavy. This has len atlimost nil fir delitvery in the second half of May. Iluyers are influencedii.' by thue dlfltulty of getting rloin already ord.rld land the practical mpossllbillty of linding even (iarload lotts of foutlulry i'on for de livery befor'e July 1. They sell to feel that this condition will he e.n(uunterel1 in t11e sec dil halt, tholugh It is well understood that the flllurnace output will be greater as line lpasses; also that rail road troubles will disapplar to a largel (Oxtelt. A variation of fully $t a ton appears iIn current ('lntracts. Those' Iprodl(iucers whoil are exertinlg theslls(ive.s Imost tol hld down price's liie elvidenlltly not titlling alt the fusfness offered, slice other sell ers are get ttllg top Ikle.su frloiii the aHillt halvi r. HAD A NARROW ESCAPE. Princess of Wales Is Nearly Rub Over by Frightened' Horse. (By Associlated Pr.ess.) London, Feb. "7. - The princess iof Wales has had a narrov escapte at the Shire horse show. The winning stallion, lioxtoni Tomn, was being led tdown the ring and the royal party was leaving the Inc(losure. The cheering seared the animal, which got almnost beyond control. The gr'o om lmade a dash for the exit, through which t\ prince and princess and mnemlbrs of the royal party wire just about to pass. They appeared totally unaware of the danger until shouts of warning from all parts of tile building attracted their at tention, then the princess, who was next to the animal, realized her (ldanger. The groom managed to pull the anlimal, to one .side as he dashed past the royal party, only missing her royal highnlletss by a very few feet. WASIIIUlNG'TON.-Prince henry of Prussia will meet 'Mrs. Itoosevelt at dinner today. The party to c-iet hirl w\iil he an exceedinlgy s:nal onle uald the occasion as Informal as the rank of the visitor and tile dignity of his hostess will permit. MYSTERY CLEARED MISS COELIE'S FO!CKETBOOK AND A NOTE IS FOUND. WATERS WERE CALLING HER Young Lady Leaves a Pathetic Note Which Probably Explains Her' Disappearance- Thought She Suicided. (fly Assi'lited Press.) Suan Jose, Cal., Feb'. 27.--It. Crufflelds of Los, (atos has just returned from a visit to Englanld and brings with him a prlo)abilt solution of the disappeara.nce of Miss (oelle of Buffalo, on Pebru ary D. Mr. ('rufileld stopped off at the town of Niagara and while viewing the cat anract front the' foot of the bridge, picked up a woman's purse containing a small sumn of money, a r-turn ticket to luf falo arid 'wo of Miss Coelie's visiting InI the purse was tllhis note: "(lood-bye Itay, cmammna, papa and all the dear ones. I)o not think I do not love you all, for I do. The' watt'r e c' ralling for ill r' M.tl. I'railleld dhl not knIw of the .yo1d ladIy's discalppeiane'i', but sint o\\'rl.d to the adldress otn the II (rd. 11i hlard iIniothing further Int ii he real'hc'.d hol tloday, tthere he foundl aI neslsage awalititig hint isking for full partliulirs iid i soling Ihat the w \1111 h:id pIroh) I ily mtinliited suiclde. But ned Up Postage Stamps. (Ily Associcateld P'ress.) Nc\\' York, I'elb. 27.--''The ipoitlnlstt'r ait ('olonia, N. J.. at suburbl of Metucthen, has made an afthiiavit beforte iteordet' Moiss of that city that he htas destlroyed by fire uncatiwelled Iulited Statets I1cstiag, stmlIIpls w\attth $ath|il, aIIl olther Ilthi.les in the ('olonia postutloce vatlnced at $2,0i0,. The p..os llttaler wa.s orderetd by the htealth b larld to burln overything in the builling, owing to smailllpox i1n the lpost tls t ct'' a famiily. Confiscated the Jewels. (lly A.sso'lIated Press.) New Yort'k. FlI. 27.--Eight parcels of uilantonds, vlihed at $1114,0Ot, have bi.. 'ctllllsttatiedl aInd orderl'ti sold by Fed ,rail Judge Wheeler, says a It tIurlingtii.1, V't., lpieilail to ihe Thl' .t . 'ri.e stones \\were seiz'edl at St. Albanis. lirsl( Stavitzky was arestid atilh the Jew\elsi concealldied itn the .sleeves of his undielr shirt. He claims hie was hired to take thel diaImionds from iMontIreIal to New Y'i k by It Ihirtt in the Iatter city. Undisturbed Trifles. lh, foundiii h r in t.i .rs. 'The llo ah," shie salI, "has left." She wa\\s a dainty little woman, un aIr('tlictrll d to the responsijIlities. aindl vxitliinlts if life-ve''y femtinine rind very dolighltful. Still It was evihent that shel C.needed I littleh worl lly Itrailling. "Yoiu shouldn't piermuit trithes to w\arI y hoeu," tie ..ld. "You (c'tn get another cooik, yiotu know." He was vcry genilli', is wts qliuite nlil utal ll view of tihe fact that the holney moon lay tonly a mtncth or so behiiil thel't. Perhaps tihis is 1 ihy the lesson t 'wc1s iso offective. "\Withl in \aciiik tie faunUiwd ht.r 'i lIear.-i "Th' new rooek," o she \V'il'lll , "hsI ru in ed the dinner, atilc Mr. iiand .lrs. lleiihly iare c'omring." "I tllh you'," he saicl 'rather shaiit'ply, "n'ot ito worr\iy over' triflels. We can get So they ilmadle II a theatlir partly and ilnled l t a rr'staturatt. The next Ilene sIhe' r.'t!e( bl)lerecd his iiwords and there w't is nio weepintg. "Oh, Harry," .' hc exclrl'inmed, "I w\.is caught 'In ia shll'ower thlis ifternoon ndtl mny tnew gown anRs just ablout rulintled. I--I alml ost cried, but I renembered what you suliId about triples" "Tr'ills!" he repeatedcl, Is he thoutght of ithe \aluI'e of thie gow\\'n. "Yes' , tiil it's aill right anywa' y." "I)h, It's all right," lie salid with a sigh of rt lif. "Yes: I we\lit right downll town and otcrlil'ed n iiOth . r. \V sllln't I gfooid t.o ._' l'llltibel' tie lssiHonl so w(ll? Andi I'11 nteOet, nver" forget It lgaill.'' 'rhen Mlii stmlild swcetly and joyollsly uip at himn, aid he--wvell, he tried to lsmile. Jones' dairy fIrcl n. Pure porL sausage at Dro.hy's. * SWEND CARLSON, 4 South Main PRINCETON CIGAR CIGARS Wholesale and Retail TOBACCO END 100 PAGE BOOK FREE Ao SEND ALL a SUFFERER8 FROM CONTAGIOUS BLOOD POISON WE CURE QUICKLY AND PERMANE TLY. Ou patients cured 13 years ago by our Great Discovery, unknown to the professln, are to-day coci I and well, anu4 have healthy, children s1in e we cured them. S R'"iuYHILI .ern Cure d in 15 to 35 Days7",at honme fr ihe same price, under tile same g-aranty. If yo. prifirto come to Chicago, we WilI ontrat to ly rullroaid fare an hlci bhills, and no charge if wefail to cure. YOUV HAVE taemrury, iodide potHAhand allll hvre aches and pain., uoous /tC Cain . lz.tloUth,eore tddlroat,iwDp1;2'Oe.o oppes ooo oti, upa rcl 0l Spart of the body, hair or eyebrows f.tlllng out, It is tits Ueoondary LOOD POISON WE GUARANTEE 'ro CURE We sololttho most obr.tlnr.te eel, ,and echulcnie the weol lot a eas.ewe eannoteu:e.. Ttls i Oes al.waycu L bslcd t skill outf the moot eclucant pihy:llian. E*tOGOcaplttliochincd Our ýýpipp' V! TOUR~fXIIA7 DRtONPrq eaperrmaatnin. We Ivo the ORY Tcure. . olea.gt . eno .ebtoproo nnteo nno. For , carswochavetCrvtcdrie . nLa ap ouIolt ison d Wa1 Ci ru- a co stay Cured. REMEDY CO., eez Masonio Temple, Chicago. WHEN THE S ARS GET GAY (CllDplngs frol . he State Pres.) ý'ýrxk"ý~x!'!''e"t'K`1ar mir ý'er'yrnrt·rr~~wiw 'roteut z rom .uozeman. (Gallatin County Republican.) Orr( worthy congresaman Iast wee Intto.luced a bill In the house whl had tor its object the establlshmrnt o ha ind omce at Twin Brldges, the di. I rict taking in a portion of tallati county, and running from thence west oily Jat't Butte and thence south to th Idaho line. It ha+ been urged that people do no ,wish to travel so far to prove up o traln.:lt other land offlce business. Thcre is no necessity for them doln so. for they can do all their work befor ta Unitetd ,tates land comtmiNeloner I anIy ounty. IOur c(: ngr,.s:nan must celitainly hav It In for hil own county, and would Ilk tio rte the liozeman land office remove or tlis.,iotinued, or else, perhaps, h ievetr knew lIozoman had a land offlc fir, If we rernernber light, he used t live ,t Belgrade. Again, the citlzer.n of Lilllngs are en dl'ivoring to get a land offlce located It that pliace, and If ruc-h an offlce It estnal.llihed it will only be a matter ot i few years until the luhal office let iif e(eI on the shi,.l. The citlze.ns of T Twin lltr4dges and l4 Itl.lin. aindt vicinty are tusing every. nlniln ihn their power to get Ilnnl ottIces, IlozeI;in ihas hail a I id pallce for mainy y.t11 . attild It is ihout Itih only federal, oilice it hats ever bteen blessted i.ll, h. If the peopletit of Izteom nan %tant to re il it ;fey h.id tbelt r put in ai protest. atlinit the t, J'th I iln hig4 ofllte, and to It siitn, or It will inc too late. The estalihlllrnentI. of the 'Twi\n Brllr'ges anIil oflice light not s *e the iozemattn, rliatri(,t Ihuniitedtltlfy. but in the course if it f't.\ ears it nootlh n(i'ln its ills i I tIti,(e. Mighty Good Idea. I Miss iluliiti.) ''The suiggestln has ibeen ili(,e-a go ito llln- thi ii hotels hint rPLstaura.Lnts couldl i muci h toi alvi tice .s ilontaina fruit t using thte Itest iquality, -rather than thq inferiorh gratdes w\hich1 In taiiny Instance tre i( St f ftore guests. We hav nio Iimeans ii of knowing thatl iniferior grad'-s ai' flurnished guests, (ex tipt froim hia1stty, and even if this bee tre, balieve that in itmost instanc,.s thj itt-kitr is as tttfi-thh to Ohlftite a the liurot At tIe last meeting of th, Horticul tural assoolation it was strongly intl mate,] that tradle had been lost to Mon tana orchardists by the slovensly man ner in which fruit had been packed. This was explained by a careful packer, who said that faulty pecking was due in rost Instances to ignorance, and that the coming season would note a change. There should also be a change in the fruit furnished by hotels and res taurants. It may cost a little more, but the re turns, in time, will be correspondingly greater. It Is worth trying. It La an advertisement that will pay. Was a Queer Verdict. (Lewitown Demos rat.) A claliatin county jury has found Mrs. Slack, charged with the crime of poismn Ing h, r husband, guilty of manslaughter. A perusal of the testimony given In the trial c!-early shows that the prosecu t'on abrrholutely failed to prove that the death of Mrs. Blabck's Iwshand was due to poSlon admindstered by her hands. and the action of the Jury in returning a verdict of manslaughter is the sub Ject of much comment, and it would be IntercMting to know what inspired the Jurtl.s to arrive at such a conclusion. They probablly tigured that while the stale friled to estab:ish her guilt, yet thie defense did not clearly prove her In nlc, rnce, so thlie happy thought o'cUlltIrred to them to follmulatre a comrnlromlt e ve' llct. New Timber Bill. ((Mr;-it Falls 'ribune.) The bill introduced In the senate by Ronator ('lark. regarding the acqulring of timber :ands under the United States la; s, will be of great advantage to the \\est, and a great improvement over the present law on the su'bjec.t. For seve.al years there has been a demand for at change in the law, such as is aimed ,at by Senator Clark, and there now appears but little doubt that the change will be brought about. That there have been abuses under the present timber lnavw has been claimed in many instances, and the new law is aimed to prevent any such in the future. It makes radicatl changes in the nman nor of acquirilng goverrqmont timber lands, but only such changes as will rtffect favorably the bona tide locator. OF INTERES TO WOMEN Woman and the Bachelor. t (Harper's Weekly.) At last there are more hachelors than spinstie is in thlls country. Tih femlliine portion itI oullr Clllluunities will be nmuei Int erested In tils fact, which has re Hsulted fromn t. the consus of 1900. Now, Il has al\ays It','i poipuhlarly sulppo.sed thati tlhr rlillstte l predog ilhlatuc ,rlu( -AUge us trent btle'f has iei as a thorn in the .ldt of wilnan, for tile umere existence ot a I acheltor requires, for the intelligent ui i tilr Illy of the gentletr isx, an ex planatliont. Without the explatnation he is itt himseif, ax s It Were, an eloquentt re tlection upon the charmslll of womankind, and ever'y w romtan hin hier own plerson re sients a slight to the sisterhood. Now that the censusx has cleared the question of false statistlis and the rl'shiual fact remnllns that tile Ilhachelors Iprl'dolminate, It Ibeconles Incumben'llll t uplon us to inquiule why this is so. And, the inquiry ha\ving scarcely proceeded be y~nld the lirst statemnent of the case, we find, as ever, that woman is the guilty party! For, with the known inconse quence of the sex, It is she who is con. sclously and voluntarily responsible fuor the pIredollinance of the unmllarried mian. We learn that the fashionable matron dilitlrately makes hiin her pet-tlhat she has so systemLatically performed this rite over himl that his species has been sep Irated into kinde, of which "the corner Inan," "the dancing man," "the dinner man," ('tc., etc., are the best known and most carefully cultivated varieties. So highly considered and so actively in de inand, so dined and wined, are these pop ular unmarried Iten that their plerson'al' expenses are reduced to a mlinitmul, and they beLuolle among men even as the lilies of the field. They are, so to speak, the supernumeraries In the drama of lifet, to be engaged as oec'asion requilres. And wominan, dear, delglhtful, impnletuolus, generous, but unreflectling woiiman-ls thile stag'e manlliager who is hoistettd by her o\vwn petard. Wiile, therefore, tile census of 1900 piosseisses for vwotent, as we have Intiltat dci, unusual interest, It is replete with threatening possibilities which must give her pause. The Care of Gloves. 'IT'ihe' are lmany important details in clutded in the make-up of a well-dressed womant, but nilone of more consequettr'e than to lie well gloved. Many wometi iari poorly gloved either because they aret Ipor Iuyers oi' firomn a tllstaklcn t t, tion of 4-coIlomltly. Never buy a cheap glove. It Is chea'i economly, asa II,1)' of gold ones easily outlast two pairsll of cheap onlles. nl bulying Ilo\es ve e tihat they are elastic in textu're, as they will fit much better So. Select a size whicth fits snugly nlithiet' too tight nlor too loose--is the oilne imnpedes ipropelr cIrculation ;alnd the other gives the' \earler a look of extremine slla blilln ss. If ev'ery buttonl can be fastened with out too mIIuch effort, it Is a good hildict tlonI to correct ize'. The glove should be carefully tried oil. Too mnuch patience cannot lie expendred ill this pro'vess. Many a good glove has been ruiled bIy Ibing too Ihurr'ltdly tried, oil. If you do not care to send your glovhis to the cleaner, buy 10 cellts' worth of naphtha-this quantity is sufficient for six pairs of gloves-pour the same into a hand bowl and wcash the gloves as you would a small tidy or handkerchlef, rubbing the stlled parts well. When washed, wring until they have assumed as nearly as possible their proper shapi, then hang them in the sun until will dreld. Bie very careful not to use naphtha in a room where there Is a fire or artifliai' light. In repairing gloves when the seams give way use cotton, as silk is more likel. to cut the kid. In case of a split work the ragged edges with buttonhole stitc:., then si\v the loopted edges together. Ilut this advice may never be neces eiry if proper care is taken in putting on and taking'off the gloves. Stunning Lace Scarfs. The long lace scarf is entering upon whalt pronlises to be a tremendous vogue. It is used'in a dozen ways. These scarfs -- sonietites called "sash ends"--depend flrol the baicks of hats to shoulders, waists, or even to the knees, in either black or whtle, making an effective ad. dition to a gown for soime ceremonious afternoon occasion, a marriage, say. Two long and broad scarfs of black Spanlsn lace have been used in th!s way on a gown of white lace richly jetted, the scarfs I,uckled together at the center of the bodice in front, the buckle at the same time fastening an 1Emplre belt pass ing just under the arms. The lace is drawn in high, flat folds over the should ers, and crossing at the back is passel under the belt to descend loosely to form the train. The wonman whose coat crcaE is flat Instead of the "storm" variety, wears her tlace scarf In the form of a veil, around her hat first, and then brought forward round her neck and tied In a full, fluffy bow undter her chin. A brooch of art nouveau jewel work is used to hold thd bow In place. My Lady's "Top-1totch." Green soap is a valuable preparation for the womian who would preserve tilhe luster and richness of her ha'. It is prepared and prestcritled by persons whd nmake a specialty of scalp treatment. Take equal parts of the very best green castilie soap, water, alcohol and gly icrin. Heat the watler andl shave the soap into It. Then stir it over the fire until it is perfectly smooth. Add the glyaerin and stir again very thoroughly 'the alcohol Is added last of all, mixe I with tw\v ounceis of essential oil of any Ireferred scent. A small quantity of oil of orris gives a sugg.stlion of viiolet, while oil of vertbena or oil of sweet geranium gives an old-fashioned, whole somiie scent. Too Serious and Sensitive. (Colored American.) Onie of an editor's embllarrlassmrenls is the super'selsitieineLss of our coloredl hladers. They can't stalnd Ibeing e'artoon. ,ed or made the subject of harnlelss wit. tauck's iartoons of public men are laughed at the country over, and even tihe victim cheerfully realizes that he \who would stand the 'fierce white ligiht that beats about a throl'ne" must take his miedlleine like a little man. The brightest matter in the Washington Post is its postscript paragraphs, colmmenting breezily upon the foibles and follies of ,.1u lle ciharracters. l'Everybody enjoys them. Snsitlive people had belter' stay out of politics. Leaders who cannot per. yelve the spice in a live paper, without twnritlnin long letters of protest, ought to) proceed to the extreme rear alid ibe seated. Savory and Economical. ('arrots and tu' nips are sImetime. cooked t":gether, and the two commonly unappreciated vegetables make a good dish, Cut the carrots and the turnips into small cubes and boll therm in two separate saucepans in salted water. Drain them when tender and stir care fully in a good white sauce. The tur nips alone have several good dishes be longing to their share. For instance, P.J, BROPHY& CO GROCERS AND IMPORTERS, HEADQUARTERS FOR MRS.KIDD'S PIN MON[E PICKLE[ VARIETIES Sweet Gherkin Melon Mangoes Sweet Bur Gherkin Cucumber' Mangoes Sweet flartynla Bur Mangoes Sweet Mixed Pepper Mangoes SHuntley & Palmer's Biscuits Reading, England. PHILLIPPE & CANAUD FR[NCHI SARDIN[S The Acme of Perfection in Quality and Flavor. P. J. BROPHY & O 28 North Main St., Butte, Mont. cut them into cubes or Into fancy shapes or bulls with a vegetable cutter. Boll them until they are tender, but not so tender as to lose their shape, having the water in whllich they are cooked salt ed. Drain carefully and place them In ahot dish, adding melted butter, white pepper and minced parsley. Another way is to slice the turnips and boil them for perhaps 16 minutes. Drain the water from them and place in a baking dish, adding for six turnips one cup ful of hot stock seasoned with pepper and sugar. Bake until they are very tender. Serve the slices on a platter, pouring over them the gravy from the pan after thickening it ever so slightly with flour and adding to it a good piece of butter. Jones' dairy farm. Pure pork sausage at Brophy's. * NOTICE. An examination of applicants for teachers' certificates will be held in the county superintendent's office on Febru. ary 28th and March 1st, beginning at 8 o'clock a. m. MARY MTJLLNS, County Superintendent of Schools. Jones' dairy farm. Pure pork sausages at Brophy's. - m, enSst~r 0 <mI e.. b y n ISINNATI,0 A WHAT'S / IN PRINTING? EVERYTHING Providing i't Possesses the Merit of NOVELTY AND ORIGINALITY And Suggests New Thoughts in Your Line of Trade. 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