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PREMIER DRIVER OF THE LIGHT HARNESS WORLD, ElI (;ecrs' right to the title of "premier dirver of the lihght harness world" is un disputed. lie is beyond question the coun try's most skillful retnaman, for he has driven m1ore is inlers to the wire than any other man in the country and has the prouIl distinction of being the biggest win tier of grand circuit purses. His winnings amount to nearly a half a million dollars anid he has driven champlions of all classes to their records. Not only has (iccrs been able to get Speed out of horses where others tailed, but his great skill and clever tactics have enabled himt to win out with horses that did not possers as nttch speed as those he conquered. I his was exemtplflied clearly only last year at l.exington. l y., when he won the Transylvania stake. its horse. On ivard Silver. gFong the slowest teats of the race. He Is Always a Favorite. Each year has founld ,errs on the circuit with a nIew sensattlon. .nil ino Imatter %hat horse lie arives that horse is alw.,ys re spected by the Iettors. 'I he general public and horsetmenl it partictllar have the great est faith ill the rold man's ability and con BACK TO THE LAND OF THE FIERCE BOLOMEN Fifteen Regiments Now in the United States Must Replace the Troops in the Philippines--..Thirteenth Infantry, Now at Fort Keogh, is One of Those Selected---Further Details of the Death of Minister Buck in Japan Received in Washington--..What They Are Talking About on the Potomac, Where All Is Now Quiet.' IV . '0 . AlltII IKI.S ., \\'Wahington, IDec. 6.--The..war depart ltent yesterday issued an order for the replacing of I5 P'hililppine regiments with the anae nuther in the troops in the Unitel! States. T'hee troops will relieve the troops inl the 'lhilippine.. the first one leaving San Franci,,, FIhtruary t next. The troops nowv sr. r, ng in the United States are ilered to the Philippines. Cavalry-T-' he hirtrcuth now at Fort Meade. S. I).. and Fort Keogh. Mont.: the Twelfth at Fort ('lark and Fort Satl Houston. Tex.; the Fourtecnth at Fort Grant, A. T. Fort I Ihuuesne. Utah; Fort Iluachuca, A. . .; Firt Lo.gani, Colo., and Wingate, N. M. Coast Artillery-The l'centh comnpany tow at Fort Getty. S. C.: Thirteenth at Fort Casewell, N. C. ; Eighty-fifth at Fort WVadhworth, and the (ntIe lHulndred and Eighth at Fort William. Me. Field Artillery-N-inth company at Fort Sheridan, Ill.; Seventeenth at Fort Sam IHounton, T'cx.. and the Eighteenth at the Presidio. San Francisco. HE SAYS RUSSIA IS OUR FRIEND American Who Has Grown Rich in the Land of the Czar Says It Is Up to Us to Go in and Cinch the Trade of What Is Soon to Be the Wealthiest Country in the World. 1Si 1' '4hLAý1 I I Li 11l sil. N v urk. I Ic. G.- .Il-.ocII E.m111W, a ftsealthy n11crlLInt Ii K:ussia 1'lwo, ,;g yL)al.i alto lelt hisi 1IIcI1e in the fishing town oL, (jlouccstcr to ( lt!c in bIusiness s with a nativc ImcrchILnlt in aL Siberian town at the mouth of the Ainoor river, is ill this city. fie now ma:illtains stores at \'ladivostock MRS. GRACE BRUCE- i DAWSON, No. 188 Broadway, GRAND RAPIDS. MICHIGAN. GnA:~u RAPIDs, Micru., Feb. 18, 1902. Wine of Cardui is an untold blessing to the wife who is in daily fear and trembling dreading the time when a new life is born. That time of intense pain is banished if only Wine of Cardui is used during pregnancy. I had a miscarriage six years agoand it seemed to break.down my general health and I was in misery and pain for two years, although doctorin constantly. I then took Wine of Cardui for eleven weeks and it change me so I hardly knew myself again. 1 felt so well and happy. I now b came pregnant again and the anticipation of the coming event kept me in rapture and yet dread that the first experience would again be my lot, but thank God and Wine of Cardui, in due time a lovely boy came to my home, a cute, healthy, happy child, fat and good natured enough to satisf .- -. any fond mother's pride. I had no serious trouble after his birth, bu felt well and so glad it seemed the choicest blessings had fallen to my lot. 1 feel that a happy married couple with a child have something to live for and I look forward to the joy which only parents know. My thanks are duhe you. I only wish I could speak to every individual wife and I would say, take Wine of Cardui and you will be well. IF Mrs. Bruce-Dawson of (:rand ulating the deranged menstrual func Rapids, Mich., had taken WYine tion, relieving bearing down pains of Cardui six years ago she would and healing inflammation and ulcer nothave suffered miscarrTage. When ation. Wine of Cardui worked this she finally did take Wine of Cardui wonderful change in Mrs. Bruce she became a strong, healthy woman Dawson's condition when doctors fit to undertake any duty of woman- were powerless to help her. Wine hood. - of Cardui will work this wonderful Hundreds of thousands of moth- change in you if you will try it to ers besides Mrs. Bruce-Dawson have day. This successful remedy is not known what suffering at childbirth only the safeguard of the mother is and have also known what it is but the girl just entering young to get relief from Wine of Cardui womanhood and the middle aged and have an easy confinenent. - woman approaching the change of With this great remedy within k d its value It is their grasp toda#r women need not life acknowledge its value. It is tear to become mothers. Vino of woman's best remedy for every ill Cardui builds up all functional peculiar to her sex. s we -. weakness and makes childl,irth prac- Secure a dollar bottle of Wine of tically painless. It does this by reg- Cardui from your druggist today. WINE of CARDUI fidence in his integrity. lie is always out to win, and whenever one backs his mounts he always gets at least a good run for his money bIefore the hnal honors are decided. Where the hoses are considered evenly matched, eicers is favored in the betting. for he is conceded to have at least a sec ond the best of it in driving, the one es sential point when' the horse has speed. Many are the methods employed by (eiers, and no driver has ever been able to imitate him successfully, although many have tried. His style of driving is unique. \\ ith his shoulders rounded as the result of his many races, the veteran t(eers sits perfectly still and does all his work with his hands. In fact, it is in the manipulation of the reins where li.s his success. Once in the sulky he has absolute control over his charge. He Knows Horses. It does not take himn long to become ac quainted with the peculiarities and charac teristics of strange horses, and after a few mincute in the sulky he is ready for the word. 'lTh old mantl was never known to be excited in a race. He canl tell whether hie can win when within a hundred yards Infantry--Fourteenth regitlment now :t Fort Wayne, Fort Brady, Mich., and Fort Porter, N. Y.; Eighteenth at Fort I). A. Russell. Wyo.: Fort l.ogan, Colo., and W\hilpple I:arracks. A. T. ; Twenty-third at Plattshurg, X. V. : Fourth at Fort Houston, Fort Brown,. Fort Wingate, Fort Mcintosh and Ea:gle Pass, all in Texas: the Seven tech cllIt gimenlllt at Vancouver Barracks. \\'ash.; Boise Barracks. Idaho, and Fort Wright and Fort Lawton, \\'ash. The troops to come home from the lhi' ippines and the order of their dispositio:i in the United States are as follows: Cavalry--Sixth regiment to the depart tment of I)alouta. First regitment, depart mcnt of Texas; Fifth regiment, depart - menit of Colorado. Artillery--Twenty- fifth, Twenty-scveutlh, Thirty-first companies, cioast artillery, and Fourteenth, Fiftcenth and Twenty-fifth batteries, field artillery, to be assigned to stations otn arrival at San Francisco. I:fantry-- -First regiment, hIeadquarter:s and too biattalions to be selected by the regimental cotmnltader to the department and along the Aiiioor river at dilllercnt pointls upon the L.akel. Iaikal anlld the tran, Siberian railroad at Moscow, St. 'eters burg, and in hlamburg he declares the Rus Sian trade d.lilands every thiing American, froml a iteel twin screw steamiier to all American shoe. "What the LUnited States and Russia of the finish, and if he does not consider his chances good he will never punish a horse, preferring to wait for the following heat. It is interesting to sec Gecrs go away with the field. lie is apparently never in a hurry, and prefers to let his competitors do the pacemaking while he trails behind. but the homestretch always finds him well up and going for dear life. If this plan does not succeed then you can expect to see himt start a heart-breaking pace from start to finish in the hope that he will force the dangerous ones t, break. It was this sort of drive which enabled Geers to drive The Monk to victory over L.ord l)erby this season, knowing well that it lie forced the son of lanmbrino King all the way he could come pretty near puttingi him off his feet. Has Handled Many Winners. hBesides winning the many cla:sics of the trotting turf, (;eers has given a numb IU er of famous steppers their fastest record. In 181,7 he drove Joe Patchen against Si'ir I'ointer at Columbus, in which race the sire of l)an Patch paced a tmile in 2:o 1, his best record. Geers received $so5 for of thie ILakes; the remainitng battalion, t the department of the East; Second regi meat. departtnent of the Colorado; Fiflt retgitnttent, dlepartment of tihe East ; Twenty sixth regiment, departmtent of Texas. and Tentlh regiment to the departmnent of Co! umbia. A. few details of thei uIntimely death of Minttister [luck are furnished in the follos ing cablegrant received at thle state de partttment : ' tkio, Dec. 5. -I-Mr. Huck's death was caused Iy paralysis of the heart. It oc curred on anl imperial hunting preserve near Tl'kio. The frueral takes place on I)ecetmber 8, and full oflicial honors will he extended Iby the Japanese governlent, .s in theit case of Mlinister Swift. Tlhe widow probably will leave Yokohana on ID)ecetm her .4 with the bodly for hurial at .Xrling "1 respectfully recotntitieind that the mili tary attache Ie granted authority by tele graph to accomptlany tihe remains to Wash ington and returnt as soon as possible to his post." need now and must have," cotntinued MIr. ltnery, "is a new conettercial treaty. ' wo countries, each of which has tile wartmest and friendliest Iceling for the other, have tnot time to bicker over sugar, oil or atny thing else. TIhere is a country that Ileed oulr mtachinery, our products of every sort. ()ur people want it tronl us rather thant fo:n any other cotuntry of the world and we .should arrange it so that we could sup ply them. We should hIave a reciprocal treaty and get into LRussia on the grotutl floor and control the trade ol onle ihnldrel| and thirty million Ipeople, and which is sooni to het the wealthItest Tcotltry it tlhe world, will Ibe ours. "There is no doubtlt of Russia's attitude toward this country. We\\ ha:ve no better friend on the corntinent. I'l he tariff raised against the United States was a result of the attitude toward tRussian sugar and is only an incident. 1 atm convinced it woutld not last ait hour lontger thatl the bIeginnintt of negotiations." SERYVICES BY LDDGE OF SORROW Elks Will Meet Tomorrow to Pay'Tribute to Their Dead-.-Will March From Lodge Rooms to the Broadway Theater, Where Services Are to Be Held at 2 O'Clock.--Custom in All Lodges. Ever since the Benevolent Protective Order of Elks was established it has been the custom of the lodges of the order to as semble in a lodge of sorrow once a year for the purpose of paying 4ribute to tile mem ory of the brothers who have died. At the session of the Grand Lodge in Salt Lake last August it was decided to make the practice uniform in that all these ses sions shall be held on tlhe first Sunday in l)eepmber, which shall be designated- Elks' Memlorial day. In accordance with this new law and previous custom, the local lodgne will con duct its servicces tomorroVw afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Blroadway theater. Brief eulogies will be pronounlced by members of the lodge on the brotherls who have died during the year, as follows: T. Ilailey Iee, who will speak in eulogy of L.ouis 1'. Best; John M. Dixon, for Neil Gillis; Ernest llardcastle, for W. W. Drcyfoos; J. Bruce Kremer, for 1)r. M. HIockman; Guy WV. Stapleton, for R. F. Turner; R. I. Clinton, for Cornelius Ilayes; F. J. Pelletier, for Dr. II. A. ('ayley; John N. Kirk, for John M. Farrell. T'he following program will be given: Opening hlymn..................Quartet Invocation .......... Rev. A. L.. Chapllan, Male Quartet-"l.ead, Kindly l.ight," . ....................Herbert Johlnson Richard Calloway, first tenor; George Stevens, second tenor; Fritz II. Butler, first bass; Fred Sully, second bass. Solo--"The Vacant Chair".......... ...................ouis A. Ifanvey Opening lodge ceremonies ........Officers Opening Memorial Ifymn..Messrs. Calloway THEY WILL GET IN 14 MONTHS Under Amendment to the Constitution, Making Terms for County Commissioners Six Years, the Present Incumbents Will Go Out When Their Terms Expire, According to Law. In Silver Bow county the effect of the constitutional amendment, making a change in the terms of office of the county com* missioners, will be to keep the present of*cials in ollice a year and .two montla the job. "Taking the famous Robert J., with ma mnrk of ::o. (;ectrs continued to niC1ease the gelding's speed until he -topped i mtile In t :o . ;eccrs developed the former world1's champion, The Ahbbott, a:o.. and drove hiji to his present record, which was the lastest mile ever treltedl until C'receus came along and robbied him of his laturels tk reducing the record to :: . tiers marked the fast pacing natre. L.ady of the Mantor. 2 :o414, i ho shares the A orl'tt9 record for nl;res with MaL;rtte. ILord I)erhy, :0it., wars also developedt iy tcers., and the sol of Maltllnrina is to dlay considerred toi he the fastest living trol ter outside of thie mighty ( r, sceIs. Ilal I',oi.tl r, 2 O4 ' :, is a o.ther, hut the most rt cent sen'lationl the t ('ter (n hils sptung nth te puhlie is I)iri~.t 1lal, the Iadllltomue bIlack stallion, who ,came out this year wi itllhiio a mlark and his lneer been dc-l fiated. ii hbest mnark,: , . is a sorld's i rtorl for glee.tl horses. andl Ithose who have seenl the black thirluinl stulp hisi 'st miles think he is the corminug chan pi,.. I4 his lirst start Direct I lh l cap titied the classic ('huIttber of t onuietii' sit.lioln stake. NI . ;It 'lllIt ,'I l Ill e n ll 11 o thlt lat4 It h1'1, rI.'lltly bitcn brouItti ght tIi thi t tr tilon of I't lPtmtistt r (t Cn'rall i'ayn Int' t ,ihtout .. o.,)u'n a rt' hohling p ,itiiion; a I-arrier; itn the t'urnl tree delivery servticte iiliand a ca'll1 t h: llrh ii ittln de Illpoi 1 .tl erit'i t'ItIt'tl i Mac hin of that lra lc;'h tfor il'nforl.a tili. tl1 ilnvetigt ti.-lntl il, l be IIIallt" tIo determine whteth, hr they are pt'futming thf ir iuties int , s tis'aclory matitr. t\Ir. I': ttlyne is s.tid to be tq ioied to the' ppollitmell nt of woItl.en to S1uch Nservice.i 'T'wtlv' million backll ia inhabit the skin. of half ai pt u ll of chetrries, acorilding t Illle extensive expe('riment'll, in regard to the ilnfection of fruiti with hatria. ur raintl come next with ll, 0ou o0,o to half a \ II a oll't lof there experiment s,, lii, been transinitted Io the state dcparrltit by l'nited States Consular ('erk I:larpy it A r''lin. T'Ihe doctor tnges that frtit lhe cleaned by either li'eling or washing he fure i it is I aten. SWALLOWED A PIN AND DIES FROM IT Death cm.ne to Mr.. Mary A. l~iuih y yesterday afternoon at the holle of her daughtert. tt r' . M . .1 . Mlet un . No. 5t6 Mlontal a street, under unusual cirtlnl to that time residhd with her .ott, ltw.enty miles floin Dillon, actcidentlly ,wallwed a pin. Site was brought to ilt, at once and the best medi'al attenlioi was sttll monled, but no relief ctuhl In. given thi, The presence of the pin in the" stomach caused blood poisoning and .Mrs. l)ingley died of peritonitis. Stevens, Hutler, Sully, DIoering, (Gilbert, Gilmlore and ihanvey. Holl call of the dead and brief eulogies. Sopl/rano Solo -'Forget All Thy Sor row . . ......... ........ M illar Mrs. Copenharv.. ilnet "In His Ilandls Are All tlhe ('ornlers of the larth"......... Mrs. Jack Thomas ansd Mrs. 11. V. \Winchell. ( Iclusion of lodge cerelllo is... ... .................... B y 111h . ( hlu .rrs A,. Solo "In the Celestial I)well inlgs" ........ .. ...... ....M ozart Harry 1)oering. M\ .norial \Address........ '. ('Connorlly ,,IopraIl, StIlo -"Ave Maria", ..... 1;olmInd Mrs. Jack 'I'ho11as. \ilin S. ul,- (a) IElegy ............ IFrn-,t (b) "Song \Vlitholl t \'ords ' ... . ... pal F. lKupahi, Jr. I I ill I his s eps"....L.eo F ietl'lhd I:,,tl I Gjilbert and IPrank I,ilmh.t .,,1,rao', Solo 'Although a (lout) (J'erspreads the IleaCvenls". VNn \' .bhr Mrs. If. V. \Vin.hell. i;,lh' Quartet - "Nearer, My (Gd, to 'The"... .......... I lerbert Johlo .lMessrs. ('ailoway, Stevenls, Ilt lCr and SteV('ens. Hjelctliction........ Rev. A. 1.. ('hapman Accomlpanlists--Mrs. kas Rlochiester, Miss iHelen it. Skelly, Miss llerlice Webb, Mrs. 'Vai Valen, John Hollward. The culogists and officers of the 1l,d.e are to meet at the theater at I. o'clock t prepare for the exercises. The members of the lodge and visiting brothers will meet at tlhe lodIge roomlls at I o'clock antd mllarchl from tihere to the theater. longer than would be the case under the old law. Under the laws of the state a change in the term of office cannot Ibe made while that otici:al holds the position Therefore ABOUT HORSES AND HORSEMEN Jockey Willie Brennan, Who Is Getting Too Fat to Ride, Expects to Branch Out as an Owner Next Year- Movement to Revive Trotting Races, \ t ll teIiri, the jnikry who it (as tIling til o htivy to rilde', 1% 1 le ti to tit'gim ittiiip Ibi s li Iiiii. hei pihaeil dl I tt tirdi frioim Franik Ilot b. Iteriiaitl ran itt tile 1111 a itme of iiis Ilreiinia , the Iioy o father, November Il1I\(·1 f.;. Next \V1) \on Il': r!O lie will give tip riig a ii dlevote illil me lto the Ito tilll of tIn llcsliIll twls lo ill'er theiii t 1 1111 1icd ii ill Itoli trill gIII. r .Ir cIh.II)e ll b 1y 11 ttI; i : Sledtoiiii ilit' their iv jite th nnldiail itv i l.s lwiti is t Ito floo C ii t oiili li i iloo ovet 1. . ift ye. i~i sa a.s so prmin nitiit It, entsar ago, hit d11,i nI racing thin )ear, i low in WV. I.. Snow's a stable iah l will he iCamlpaigICedI hy the lihrnell.vilhl trainer next sesoiu. lie t.as turned n'Dr to Snow in Atugust andtl the latter part of Sepltember t il, I. tve himt a m ile in J :u -).l , hIn ft h al in t : ,.3! 4 . T h e hors.e looked g.oold eilnough to will some olllny at I.Le.ington and1I Met'plliti, but on1 %I f. Sini '. nalvice hi was held over for tn"\t ytar, wthen he hill he extentsively eng~age.I in the Dnily cat ring t irntts for ; I . trotterts. d.. (I;.ers insisit t' that the fastest trotter he has ever dtrivrn is the blacrk stallion,, Lord of the lanotr. rot her to the rchnni.pionu pl.aer, l.nady of the Manor. lie says he is the only trotter he ever raw thiat cnol outhrtsh Robert .I, l, whien that hourte wat at hi beslt. A Imovem'itii is on1 to.t to revive trot. to organi r a driving didi and secure coii t.ot of the 1)ouglat tiack in time to give a mreeting there tie t fall. The appoint 1nitIt. at this liak are compuaratively new and first lass, and the track itself in nfle of the htrst in thre c.ont1ry. It in said, that I. I.. l)ruien of llarl.stown, Ky.. owner of tt.n l ard Silver, ::u, is one of the tamovers in the enterlrise. The driving cluh will It..' composed, of gentlettien of the highest ltauding, wtihi will sei to it that the racing is of Ii1anud I'irieuit order. Something good for Christmas Durlal the holiday mesa., when good cheer everywhere prevails, there is nothing nlooer to have in the house than a Iattlegood whiskey, and besides, your phyesiao will tell you It is excellent in many ases of slckness. But you must have whiskey, pure whiskey. You don't want to drink poor whiskey yoursolf, much lose odor It to your friends, while as medHloAe, poor whiskey, adulterated whiskey, may do you declded harm. HAYNER WIISIKECY goes to you direct from our own diasllery, with all ts orliinal rlchness and flavor, and carries a UNITED STATICS RROISTERED, DIRTILLER'S GUARANTEE of PURITY and AGE. When you buy HAYNKR WHISKEY you save the enormous profits of the dealers and have our guarantee that, your money will be promptly refunded If you are notperfetly satisltea with the whiskey after trying it, That's fair, an't it? HAYNER WHISKEY PURE SEVEN-YEAR-OLD RYE 4 FULL $ A.00 EXPRESS QUARTS - PREPAID We will send you FOUR FULL QUART IIOTTLES of RAYNER'S REVEN.YRAR. OLD RYE for 54.00, express charges ,aid by us. Try it and If you don't inad it all right and as good as you ever drank or can buy from anybody else at any price, send it book at our expense and the next mail will bring you 3'our 1H. (N. Could any offer be faIrer? This offer is btwked by r .tumpany with a capital of eote00o.00, paid In full, and the proud reputatic.t of 16 yearn of continuous success. We have over a quarter of a million satistled cutomllers, ptroving conclusively that our whiskey Is all right and that we do exactly as we suy. Shipment made In a plain sealed case, with no marks or brands to indicate contents. If you san use 2(1 (.]ert. r er or ean irt ael .r .cur frietnds ti Soln you, we ill senndl you O l JQuart. fr $10.00oo, by frelghlt prepaid. (thus laving g4.00. FREE With each four lllart order we will send free one goldtlipped whiskey glass and one cork~erew. If you wish to nend an order to a frieond, as s Chrl.tms present, we will tnclosc with the shlpmcnt an eganut souvenlr card, with both your names neatly printed thereon. Write our nearest omffe and do it NOW. THE HAYNER DISTILLING 00MPANY ST. PAUL, MINN. DAYTON, OHIO ST. LOUIS, MO. s8 Dis/nTzary, T.or, . EO RTALISiaIna 101. and Retail. .u- SWEND CARLSON, Butte, Montana tihe imrnddnllll .l 'lt ca llllltt Il. iila e efll ectl ive until the ele'ctioi ll ll lnvlg tihl- expiration siltiolls. \1" It. i IIltlt liitni l t i l Iit itt li' trill t'lrI ll , f t ieh I riles nt Il oi W i hilg Is rlIt inlniwin r oll f r ilver Ii w icounty e x pill" Novemell r i , lyons. lBut they will Lnoti give t pl th ir pol sitioilt unli Jaliateiy, ill07. 'l his givh them i ii month lit add itliio to their r ieg. ar ti ' i r i, tit election of l t 3 toh llti:r . l'rt tic)c y ;lul cittu1 tt 'll to give II the onnioete r heriet folre cr yll llI l ,nn tlinTo r"; hln i :1 it l'1'( ellcte lo ' te111 io of laur y' t-;1 II lo'itanl , ll rl ll re bri, al n t hey ' t.I t " the iakle cle i, linwt;. I 'ill. I it l tl to h.luseil iatf Il y r lini lliell lh o law, iciil n w ill i. c oilll n to '..lol % ,, l. fotl anl Ito yesc. After that eMee ts l ii owi n ger e. a .ed h ill o i:ve. a fall l lx years' t in1. 1'. 11. ( lask i', ch ir, ul of the pr .iis t bitLrd, a d thl e tl' i l.r oi'lllli i.aller a elit Mhihael t.nIasrty aid Patrick Peoples, Flro ll the there t i s illil coll llflt ll 1 1ll 'hityh fril l er ofu the iunlC eellile orii notel and supported the iina'uri with ti"e olbject of so challlgin the abc niniitratilon of county afflirs as to remove as far as possible political influl nmes. It is con tended by these that the change will do away with manily of the features of the present s> stew, called obje ctionable by many. County officials are not talkative on the subject of the change. They assert that there i., no occasion for comment because they do not know how the new arrange ment will work. It is something new in Montana, they assert, and they prefer to wait until it becomes effective before they make conments. L.axative Bromo-Quinine Z.l NEW OFFICERS ARE CHOSEN Epworth League of Trinity Methodist ,Episcopal Church Meets, Following are the officers elected at the meeting of the Epworth I.eague of the Trinity ".,. E. church this week: l'resi CHICAGO and all points Iast and South are best reached from Min neapolis and St. Paul via iThe peer of all fine trains bet wee. these large cities is the famous Ihe North-Western Limited For lowest rates, time of trains,, etc., address E. A. GRAY, Gen. Agt., lHelena, Mont. T. W. 'TEASDALl; (Jeneral Passenger Agent, St. Paul, Minn. dent, John Cole; first vice president, Ellen hlawk; sccond vice presidetnt, Cori Semunons ; third vice president, Mahe Collins; fourth vice president, ELt; Thomas; secretary, \Villiam Richards treasurer, Jennie Hawk; organist, Myrtl Andrews. The new officers will I.e iz stalled at the watch night services. Pretty picture books for the children + Calkins'.