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HAS A MANIA FOR KICKING IN DOORS FRANK SCHUTI IS RUN IN BY THE POLICE, AS HE HAS BEEN DRINKING. (SPECIAL TO INTER MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, Sept. g.-Frank Schuti, who was arrested about a year ago and held on a charge of insanity, was run in again last night and will prqbably have to face a similar charge for the second time. He had been drinking last night and for sev eral days past, which no doubt is the cause of his mental aberration. When he was arrested before he had been drinking heavily and it was only after a confinement in the county jail that he got all right. His mania at that time was kicking in doors. He would atop In front of a house and kick the door in, laughing immoderately all the while, and as soon as he had succeeded in making it give way, he would run up the street look ing back like some small boy who had been engaged in mischief. ,He has kicked in no doors of late and in fact the police have had no occasion to notice him for many months, until re cently, when he began to drink heavily again. PROSPECTS GOOD FOR ANOTHER BALL LEAGUE Bert Storey Says Eastemrn Montana Towns May Have One of Their Own, as They Are All Right. [SPECIAL. TO INTER MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, Sept. 9.-Bert Storey, the Anaconda boy who has been playing such great ball for Red Lodge this season, came over from Butte last night. lie just took a run into the west end of the state to get a breathing spell and will go back to Red Lodge today. After three more games Storey will go East and enter some university for the purpose of completing his course in law. He says baseball is the whole thing in the eastern part of the state, and that the teams there can put up an article of ball that would make some of the league teams lay down. He thinks the chances for an Eastern Montana league next season are good. NAMING DATE FOR PRIMARIES Powell County Democratic County Cen tral Committee in Session Today. (ar ASSOCIATED PRESS.] Deer Lodge, Sept. 9.-The county demo cratic central committee is in session here this afternoon, having hin hand the apportionment of delegates and the nam ing of dates for the primaries and for the holding of the county convention. It is very probable that the primaries will be held on September I8 and the county con vention on September so. The conven tion will be composed of from 35 to 40 delegates. The members of the committee in at tendance,at the meeting today are Chair man W. T. Eliott of Race Track, Secre tary Edward Scharnikow of Deer Lodge, north; Col. H. J. Tooney of Deer Lodge, south; M. D. Platner of Elliston and M. McCormick of Helmville. COMING ANNUAL REUNION Pioneers of Deer Lodge, Granite and Powell Will Meet October 6. [SPECIAL TO INTER MOVNTAIN.] Anaconda, Sept 9.--Pioneers of Deer Lodge, Granite and Powell counties have decided on October 6 as the date for their annual reunion. At a meeting held in the courthouse yesterday, a committee on ar rangements was appointed as follows: Messrs. D. Cohen, Sr., chairman; A. M. Walker, Goodwin, Peter Levengood and George Miller. The state pioneer organization is to meet September 25. About Iso guests are ex pected at the banquet which will be spread on the evening of October 6. WE DO NOT NEED THIS SORT Two Young Gentlemen Hoofing It Over the Country Escorted out of Town. [SPECIAL TO INTER MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, Sept. 9.-Justice of the Peace Kennedy had before him yesterday morning two young fellows who gave the names of Roy Bradley and Harry Jester, a charge of vagrancy being placed against them. The boys, who looked to be about z9 or so years of age, said that they started from Minnesota a couple of weeks ago and that they have not paid a cent for their travel from that state to Montana. As Anaconda is not in need of such citi zens they were given floaters out of the city. CALL And get a spectacle wiper free of charge and take a look at my Twentieth Century Ophthalmometer, the latest improved In strument used in fitting spectacles. L. P. VERBBReKMORS OPTICIAN AND JEWELER. 107 East Park Ave., Anacon4g, Mont. '0000000000000000000000000d o o o The Daly Bank and Trust o g Company of Anaconda 8 o Anaconda, Montana. o g General banking in all branches. 0 O Sell exchanges on New York, Chi- 0 Scgo, St. Paul, Omaha, San Fran. 0 c.ico, Etc., and draw direct on the 0 o Ireland, Germany and the Orient. 0 SDeposits of $I.oo and upward r. o 0 caled. O Correspondents 0 0 National City bank, New York i o First National brnk, Chicago; First 0 0 National bank, St. Paul; Omaha o o California, San Francisco. o John R. Toolk President; M. B. 0 o Greenwood, Vie President; Louls o V. Bennett, Cashier; P. C. Nor. o e beck, Assistant Cashier. o00000000000000000o0000000 THOMAS WAS MADE THE VICTIM OF CRUEL HOAX Relesased by County Attorney When His Story Is Told-Did Not Know He Was Doing Wrong. [SPECIAL TO INTER MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, Sept. 9.--Charles Thomas, arrested on a charge of having taken a horse and buggy belonging to E. Story, was released yesterday at the request of County Attorney D)uffy. It develops that Thomas had sold his own horse and buggy last Friday and on finding that he would probably have to walk home, asked a man named Anderson where he could get transportation. The man pointed out Story's vehicle which was hitched in a vacdnt lot near by and claiming that it was his own stated that Thomas could use it, and requested him to leave the same at the Rasmussee ranch. The mis take caused Story to swear out the war rant which resulted in Thomas' arrest. Anderson is said to have skipped to the Big Hole valley and has not as yet been located. The police will investigate. LANDRY HEARING POSTPONED Alleged Assailant of J. E. Wire Will Be Tried Tomorrow. [SPECIAL TO INTER MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, Sept. 9.--Owing to the fact that one of the important witnesses for the state was not on hand yesterday morn ing, Justice of the Peace Kennedy post poned the preliminary examination of ames Landry, who is accused of having beaten J. E. Wire. Assault in the second degreg is the charge placed against Landry and his trial takes place tomorrow at io o'clock a. nu. PECHER PAID FOR THE BIKE He Is Discharged and Markovitch Will Have to Look Elsewhere. [SPECIAl. TO INTER MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, Sept. 9.-Some time ago Mike Markovitch lost his bike and when recently lie saw his friend Joe Pcrlher rid ing a wheel that looked exactly like his. he at once accused Pecher of having stolen the machine and thus the matter got into court. Police Judge llayes heard the case yes terday and it was soon discovered that Markovitch did not know so much about the wheel as he had claimed to and when Pecher proved conclusively that lie had purchased it from a man named Jake Hlefferson, the judge discharged the de fendant. A SUCCESSFUL OPERATION Joseph Labiasonnierre, Jr., Under Knife for Appendicitis, Will Recover. [SPECIAL T)o INTER MObItNA'N.] Anaconda, Sept. q.-Joseph I. thisson nicre, Jr., the 14-year-old son of loseph Labissonniere, who is one of the em ploycs of the Copper City Commercial company, was operated on yesterday in St. Ann's hospital for appendicitis. The operation proved a successful one and the boy is on the road to recovery. THEY NEED PADDLE BADLY Mere Girls Arrested for Frequenting Houses of Ill-Fame. [SPriCIAL To INTER MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, Sept. 9.-Night Chief O'Brien last night arrested three young girls, Maggie McHugh, Bernice Schenk and Katie Andrews, in Mainville, charg ing them with frequenting houses of ill' fame. In the police court this morning the parents of the McHughes girl were present and asked that their daughter be given into their care as they intended taking her to Colorado and would look out for her future good behavior. The other two were sent to the county jail, and their case will be brought before the judges of the district court with the probability that they will be sent to the reform school. The girls are not more than 16 years of age. At the Montana. [s'ECIAI. TO INTIRR MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, Sept. o.-The following were registered at the Montana hotel yesterday: Frank Gallagher, Anaconda; E. Rumsey, St. Louis; W. Mills, New York; H. E. Messer, San Francisco; J. S. Savery and wife, Cable; S. G. Brady, Louisville, Ky.; -Aark McE-llistrem, Chicago; C. L. Doychert, J. F. Carroll, Butte; O. C. Bersback, Chicago; W. T. Keller, Butte; A. M. Cullen, Chicago. Anaconda Briefs A. D. T. messengers-prompt, reliable. " J. C. Savery and, wife of Cab!e were in the city yesterday. Thomas F. Ward of Philipsburg was in Anaconda yesterday. Capt. James Mills of Deer I.odge was an Anaconda visitor yesterday. James H. Mills of Deer Lodge was in the city yesterday on business. Miss Mabel Sharpe left for Dillon yes terday, She will enter the state normal school. Mrs. I.. Lyons and son returned yester day from Michigan, where they spent the summer. Mrs. J. H. Strain and her sister, Miss Rutledge, have returned from an extended visit to tile Pacific coast. The Lincoln Republican club meets to night at the city council chambers at 8 o'clock. By order of the president. Dr. G. L. .Givan has departed for his home in Hatman, Tenn., after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Strickfaden. John Williams and John Valley were arrested this morning by Officer Marchoin on a charge of vagrancy. They will ap pear in the police court this afternoon. Jimmy McHale came over from Butte last night to visit his parents, before leav ing for the coast with the Butte ball team. Sister Sophia of I.eavenworth, Kan,, is in the city and will shortly assume her duties at St. Ann's hospital, taking the place of Sister Cornelia, who was trans ferred to Helena. The Deer Lodge county republican cen tral committee has been called to meet at 4o01 East Third street at 8 p. m. Sep tdmber so, geos. H. F. Errett, chair man. 0 UR. HE ER NEWTON GOES TO STANFORO HE WRITES A FAREWELL LETTER TO HIS CONGREGATION EK PLAINING HIS REASON. Car AssociATED P.ESS.. New York, Sept. 9.-Members of the congregation of All Souls' Episcopal church of which Rev. Dr. Heber Newton has been rector for the last 33 years, have received from their former pastor a letter of a farewell, previous to his departure to his new charge, the University church of Leland Stanford Junior university of Cal ifornia. The letter contains the words of valedictory, which illness prevented him from delivering from the pulpit at the time of his resignation a few months ago. The letter was written from Dr. Newton's sum nmer home on Long Island. It said: "Through the past two or three years I had grown Inceas.ngly persuaded that my strength was being overtaxed, and that it no longer sufficed to do justice to the work in All Souls' parish. At the end of last year most unexpectedly the invitation came to me to accept the position of preacher in the newly erected University church of the Leland Stanford Junior uni versity. "To preach to the hundreds of young' men and young women gathering in this great university; to help, thus, in the for mnation of their character, in the formative period of life; to have a share in mould ing the men and women who are to build our wonderful Western empire-this pre sented itself to me as an honoring work in which anyone might rejoice. "The nature of the ministry with its ex emption from parochial responsibility, ap pear to providet me a work within the lim its of may strength and the change of climate and 'he new surroundings give hope of continuing mny power of work for somnic years to come." ST. VINCENT IS CHANGED Soufriere is Considerable Lower Than It Was Before the Last Eruption. tilY .ssonIAeAt.t<n l'HIi SS. Kingston. St. Vincent. Kept. 9.-T'lhe sights in the windward dlistrict of this island, resulting front the eruption of Soufriere of Septembler 3, are very inter esting. The Rabacca river is a stream over a quarter of a mi:e wide. The river hed is continuously throwing up columns and dense clouds of steam, pebbles and mud. The land has spread further south aInd is changing considerably the appearance of the district from what it was prior to September 3. The post officer of cheatrta Bielaire, who saw Soufriere from the rea yesterday, mlade the following report : "The mountain is considerably lower than before September 3, and the appear ance of the sunmmit has changed. "The crops of arrow root and cocoa are ruined." l)uring the night of September 4 there was a terrific storm, accompanied by blind ing lightning and terrific peals of thun der and a moaning sound from the agi tatcd crater. RESUME WORK ON BUILDING Federal Edifice Will Now Be Completed in Short Order. I SPrECAlt. it INTER UOU'N1AIN.] Jlelena, Sept 9.--Work was again re sumed on thn federal building yesterday, an.; it will be pushed to completion as rapidly as possible. Manager Fred C. Britten of the Congress Construction com pany has returned to take charge of the work. The reason given for tae long delay is that the United States Steel corporation has been unable to keel) up with its orders and it was impossible to handle the local REV. SPRAGUE HAS RESIGNED Helena Unitarian Pastor Is to Go to New York. [srECIAL. TO INTa MSOUtNTAIN.] Helena, Sept. 9.-Rev. Leslie W. Sprague, pastor of the First Unitarian so ciety, has handed in his resignation to the board of trustees and will leave about the first of November for New York. The regret at Mr. Sprague's leaving is general. He has done much to advance the interests of the society during his two years' pastorate and was instrumental in building the fine new church at the cor ner of Park and Lawrence street. PIONEER DAVID ARCHER DEAD Prominent Breeder of Fancy Horses Passes Away in Helena. [SPrECIALT TO INTIR MOUNTAIN.] Helena, Sept. 9.-David Archer, an old pioneer of the state, died suddenly at St. John's hospital about 8:30 o'clock last night of inflammation of the liver. lie was a prominent stock grower and breeder of fancy horses. He came West in 1865 and has long been a respected citi zen of Montana. lie was a Mason in high standing and chapter No. 2, Royal Arch Masons of Helena, will have charge of the funeral services. May Take a Rest. ISi'E(nIAI. 'To IN II: MOUNTAIN.] Virginia City, Sept. 9.-Judge Parker yesterday morning opened the district court for a short term. No jury has been called and the criminal business will go over to the December term. It is likely that the Judge will go East for a vacation after the adjournment of the present term. Oriental Commercial Museums. I[Y ASSOCIATE I'D rES.] Chicago, Sept. 9.-China and thie United States are to be brought into closer busi ness relations by commercial measures in the larger cities of each country. Chicago, New York and San Francisco are the American cities in which permanent ex positions of Chinese products will be es tablished and exhibits of American manu factures will be displayed in Canton, Pe kin, Singapore, Hong Kong, IIankow andl perhaps other centers of population in China. RESULTS OF TODAY'S BALL GAME. BUTTE VI & ITORi MUGGSY IS A GOOD MANAGER New York National League Team Under His Guidance Begins to Show Better Form McGraw as an Organizer. Whatever else may be said of John J. McGraw, commonly known as "Muggasy" McGraw, it can not be denied that he is an organier of no mean ability. The work of the New York National league team since he has taken hold speaks in eloquent terms of his ability in this direction. 1: not only knows how to get a good team together, but he also knows the trick of getting good ball playing out of his men. The men don't like himn, but they do like to draw their salaries and when "M'ugg.sy" is the boss they have nothing to say. IThe New York team opened the season weakly and the cry went along the line, "they are easy I" Now New York is he coming a formidable aggregation. Front a team without unity, strength or ambition it has become a team with all three of the ilmost important adjuncts of success. Mletiraw's master hand was evident from the first hour of his appearanuce as manager of the tears. Let whatever uno laudable qualities in his nature lhe cited, lie must still lhe credited with Ieiing a timan aver of the first water --when lie waints Ito he. ' &'rult the Ilotsani of two wrecks, the DOES HE FEEL A DEAD ONE NOW? BUSY PRESS AGENT GETS TO WORK TO START A LITTLE PUBLICITY FOR "GENTLEMAN JIM." Jinl Corbett is evidently beginning to have a few misgivings about his real stanid ing in the world of listicufts. That is, "Gentleman Jimn" has arrived at the con clusion that lie is not getting all t'.e publicity that is coming to 1h.m, at least, 'appearances would pioint in that dirce tion. Now the clever press agent, or rathe; just "ordinary" press agent, for the i noithing particularly clever in the story, .has dished up the following stew aiout how the ex-champiion heavyweight tool: three soldiers, who mistook him tar a Sule and started to guy himi, in hand and planted a solar-plexus knockout on the ualatomy of each individual separate ly. lie was dressed in buckskin and lookedI for all the world like a yokl., "1lo, ho i" said one of the soldiers. "We will have much fun with his bucolic high "'Thrashed your pumpkins yet, louh?" shouted one of the soldiers ironically to the former champiou. "Say, let's take 'his horse away frtom him and drive along to where we are going," said another. "iet's make rube get not and dance for us," joined in the third. "Now, boys, run along," said Corbett. "lie good." With that one of the soldiers yanked around Corbett's horse. The former chamt lion jumped from the wagon and tied the horse to a tree. "Now, what do you fellows mean?" said the supposed farmer. "Just that," said one of the soldiers, aiming a right for the fighter's jaw. Corlett wheeled and sidlestepped tihe flow. Then turning, he uppercut the sol dlier with the left, crossing with the right as the boy in blue dropped to the groundt. "Close in I" shouted the other two shitnil t:.ncously, and they both closed in on Cori L,'tt. There were jolts, uppercuts anti short barm hooks, and Corbett was left in un disputed possession of the highway. Taking three of his visiting card:t from a pocket, Corbett pinned them on the schlhirs' coats, so when they revived they would know whom they had been up ;.gainst. "I will be glad to see you men at any tine." wrote Cortbett, giving his address. Of course Corbett is in the habit of ::raing his morning calls attired iin blu'e jeansu and other togs that are usually worn only by him of the rural persuasion. Of course, if Corbett had been out on a 'roughitng it" expedition, attired as the story describes, he woull have had the fortethought to put his card case in the pocket of his blue jeans pantaloons. "Go 'way back!'" Mr. Press Agent? "The' story is just a little too far stretched. IHetier luck next tinte." Bald and Zimmerman Going Abroad. Ailvices frorm Iuffalo stlate that Eddie hItI and Arthur Zitninermaim, the crack bicyclists, will leave in a few ilays for Iiurolre, where they will enter into coin 1etition against the fast foreigners. Fall From a Horse Kills. ISrl'tiA. TO INTER MOUINTAIN.] Great Falls, Sept. 9.-Herbert Jewett, a bachelor, about 45 years of age, was dis ,yvered dlead by the roadside near Stan ftrd early yesterday morning. Hle had Ieei drinking heavily and it is thought that hlie fell fromn his horse, death resulting fromn the fall. The coroner will hold an illucst. Petition in Bankruptoy. SPE'CIAL, TO INTER MOUNITAIN.,] liutlena, Sept. 9--In the United States court, Charles Parisel, a brewer of Town send, yesterday filed a petition for bank ruptcy. Liabilities, Si,to3.90; assets, $126.33. New York and Baltimore clubs, he has or ganized a team that will eventually be re apected. New York had good players and at least two winning' pitchers-twirlers who could win under the old regime, Mat thewson and Taylor. Baltimore had a few discontented players who were not satis fled with their connection and most of thenl accompanied McGraw to New York when the smashup came. McGraw put the two together and made a club that can win occasionailly, though it is still in last place. They wil not he next year, it tit work donlle by the amalgamated forcts util der sihort inotice is any criterion. The iclubt is now playing winning ball in the tildi and is improving in its former weak point--battlig. Mrl;iraw has always maintained that the principal factor of any baseball chlub was th pitlhing department. ;.iven reliable mien for the box work, a goodl club can tie formned front average mlaterial. Ilatting an I hfielding call he develolped, bIut god de frnee is necessatty tmo)rte than oIfrnsc. It is inlre iliipoi ta;tt to keep ithe enutty fluoin scuriing titan It be ablel to score anlid tunable to prevent the optosition trom doing the inme thing. ROOSEVELT NOT WILLING TO SANCTION THE.RACE Proposed Cowboy Runaway From Dead wood to Omaha Called Out at the Request of President. Ily As.Ot'IAEI5D rIt. ,i. I eadwool, S. I).. Sept. q.- I'resitlent Unose.vrlt having put ihia .lattmp of dis lpproval onil the proposed cowboy race fton De )adwood to Itliaha, the contest has I'been abandoned. The following telegram was received from the chief executive's secretary at Oyster Itay, addressed to Capt. Seth Bullock, hisadwood. S. I).: "Referring to the proposed horse race fronl Deadwood to )Omalha, the president would not be willing to have it take place unless it were lossible to exercise super vision over the cotndition in which the horses would come in, andt as thia would he imlpossile, he asks you to say in his nlame that he requests the race not to take place." The letter is signed by George I. Cor telyou, as secretary to the president. THE M'KINLEY ANNIVERSARY Governor Nash of Ohio Issues a Procla mation for a Memorial Service. tIsV AssoniIAtrpli Iu-I as. (Columblus, O., Setpt. 9.--G(overnor Nash issued the following proclamation today: "Niext Sunday, Srlptember 14, will be the first anniversary of the death-l of Pres. idlent McKinley. Many clhurches of all leasollilluatiUo s throughout tile country lave voluntarily started a inovement to hold a memorial service at their regular place of worship ill renmembrance of the late president. I desire to call attention Io this fact and to express the earnest wish that the people of O)hir join in this nmovement, making it worthy of the splen did life and work of the late president." FIERCE BATTLE BETWEEN SHERIFF AND NEGOES Corn-Knifes Used in Bloody Conflict, in Which Miassouri Man Wields His Weapon With Effect. [fV Ass.(UIAT.D, PRi-as I liberty. MO., Sept. 9.--Andlrew P. Wy more had a battle with two negroes-Tom and Frank Kidd ---with corn-knives this mtoriing, in a field near here. All three were fearfully slashed, one negro having his left arm nearly cut off between the wrist and elbow as he held it up to ward off a slash. Wymore is the democratic nominee for sheriff of Clay county. lie had a dispute with one of the negroes, when one assault ed hlim with a rock and the other with a corn-knife. Wymore got a corn-knife to defend himself with and a fierce fight took place. The negroes are under arrest. Missoula Democrats to Meet. I.l'inCIAI. TO INTEIa MOUNTAIN.] Missoula, Sept. 9.--The democratic ctunty central committee will hold a meet ilg tomorrow evening in the office of County Altorney Hall. The date of the first county conventionii under the new classification will probably be named. In vitations have been issued to all demo crats to attend the meeting. Divide Catholic Dioceses. fav A.sociAnllu rnist.l Rome, Sept. 9.--l'Te question of divid ing several of the larger American dioceses is engaging the personal attention of the prefect of the propaganda, Cardinal Gotti. It is believed that ere long the existing dioceses and archl-dioceses, nunlt.ering about 88, will be so organuized as to in crease the iumber to too. Leaves for New Charge. (SPI'EcIAL TO INTIc MOUNTAIN.] Blillings, Sept. g.-Rev. A. T. Gesner left last night with his family for Farl. bault, where he will assumne his duties as the assistant rector in Shattuck Military college. Rev. Gesner htas beent the rector of the Epliscopal church here for over a year. Small Blaze in Billings. [SiPICIAL TO INT.R MOUNTAIN.1 Billings, Sept. 9.-At the Rademaker apartment house yesterday afternoon, a small fire broke out and the damage to woodwork and furniture amounts to about $zoo. The blaze was caused by the ex plosion of a small gasoline lamp by which a woman was curling her hair. IIALIAN STRIKERS HAVE A CONFLICT SOLDIERS KILL FIVE PERSONS IN SMALL TOWN IN SOUTHERN ITALY-MANY STONES. rIuY AS.IO CIAIIII I'IIS,. Rome, Sept. g.-Five persons were killed yesterday and in were woundedl in a cinllict betlween the troops and strikers at Candela, a small town of Apulia, in the extreme southwesternl part of Italy. Owing to a dispute with the laborers on a quesItion of waglesl, .Io peasants stopped work yesterday. The strikers occupied all the roads in the district and prevented others fromt proceeding to their work. The getdarmes, in atteImpliig to inter. vene, were assailed with stolres and sticks alll a corporal was severely wounded. Troops were then called out and were received with volleys uf stones, which felled several of the soldiers. A couple of the latter were diarnmed by the rioters, who walked otff with their rifles and re volvers. The Inrops then fired, killing live strikers and wounding to. An official of the ministry of the in terior has gone to Candela to investigate the disturlbaces. Order has been ret stored. Bride Receives a Fortune. (vY ASUt'IAttii I: I'au tts.i New York, Sept. o.-An estate estimatedn to be worth $4,ooo,oon was left by Brad ford it. McG;regor, son of the late Standard Oil magnate, who died yesterday at Mamaroneck, after a surgical operatioa. McGregor is said to have signed his will just before death, transferring to .cis death bedl bride, who was Miss Clara Schleut iter of New York, the bulk of the prop erly. Cascade County Democrats. ,%I r IAn,. '10 IN I a MIII!NrAIN.l ;reat Falls, Sept. . Septem'ber ao was the date sit for the Casc:ade ldemocratic c nllvelntionl by the countly ceniitral coIt aittee at a mt.rting held yesterday. l'ri nlaries will I., held Sepltember iR. T'le toln vention is for the purlpose of elcrling hlilrgKatrs II the stale con1vention at Ilitr' 111'i'. Harvesting Machinery Company. IserioIAt. it i NTi-t Mi 'N'iilr N.I Ilelena, Sept. O. Articies of illncrplra ltio were filed yestcerday by the Milwau ikre. IHlrvesting Mlachine conlmy, or g:nli'dl Iunh r the laws of Wisir.i.,in, hy IFreid. A. Beniet :and HIiran W. Parker. 'I he paid in ciapital stock is $1in,.no; net v':duie of lassitis, $i,non,iino; ca:sh lvi ;te of the Mont msia atIs's, $),no. Too Much Fire Water. f . A:~soinAr, 's) ruls. 1 tichita, Kan., Sept 1). - Rettirning from a circus at Perry, (). T., last iight, smiiie Gi Iindiits trot into a quarrel oni a niorth-. h ullbnd Salta Fe train, and ;eorgeo Rultlw. a ln Itdlian policenan, pulled his gun and lbgan firing. One Ilndian is dead and Con ductor Fennell was so seriously wounded that his case is almost hopeless. . --·- ~ -.---. ·.T People Expect THE BEST in the way of luxury and solid comfort when they travel via And they are never disappointed -not even the most exacting, for the Famous Trains of this Famous Line are all equipped with "The Best of Everything." Remember--t is the Short Line between Minne apolis, St. Paul and Chicago. Anything you wish to know about Comfortable Traveling gladly answered by E. A. GRAY, Gen. Agent, Helena. Mont. T. W. TEASDALIB General Passenger Agent, St. Paul, Minn. THE TRAIN OF 1902 Is the new "Great Western Limited," the most sumptu ously equipped train ran. ning every night between St. Paul and Minneepolls. and Chioago and iKansa City vin ... Chicago Great Western Railway J. P. ELMER. General Passenger Agent. CHICAGO, ILL.