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Fifty Years the Standard
DIING BAKINN6 POWDER Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. iLghest Tests U. 8. vt Shemuists PRICE RAKING POWDER CO.. CHICAGO. KILLINGI THE FISHES DYNAMITING IN THE YELLOWSTONE E RIVER HAS BECOME SERIOUS AND IT IS TO BE STOPPED. SIPI tAt. TO 1IlL t~Nl. Mt 'NIAIN. l.ivingstlo., April 7.-The dy natmitini off fith in the Yellowstone river has I.,,rntte i a serious matter, and step, are btei t.,ken at to put an end to the practice. Several days ago a large hatl of rail- Ii roul la'torers, aliparrntly just for the full to of the thiung, procured a tqua.i~tity i ,I)na- i Wnite. a ,, exploded it in the w agt. , of re the Yellowtotne. killing more fisht than the)y cou:l eat in a month, at A rancher liviiit in Ithe, vicinit i%% s at .ittratted by the explosion and futntli the It fish litned along the shore, where tilhey to had been left by the men oho htl Idone to the killing. An effort was made to secure the ar rest of the ol.enders, but by the time a warrant could be securil they had been shippeI nut of the state, ai! wee, out of reach of the law. A close watch is ntow hbeing kept ont H the river by the proper authorities and further violations of the law will be pun i-hed severely ill case the offenider., can le arreted. Carnegie to Foot Bills. Ithaca, N. V.. April 7.-President Schur man of Cornell yesterday announced lihe had received from Andrew Carnegic, who) Is a trustec of the university, a coUsttttt cation in which Mr. Carnegie begged to be allowed to pay all bills incurred by students of Cornell university on accountI of sickness during the recent typhoid epi denmic, in all cases where the students or their parents will permit it. CHAPPED HANDS D ON'T wait until your hands grow rough and red. Spring winds and storms quick ly mar the skin. Use Newbro'a Witch Hazel Alhnond Cream daily. It will keep your hands, f.ee and lips soft and smtouth. (lte particular pleasing point ahout Witch ilazel Cream is that you caln use It at any time, because it isn't sticky or greasy. We don't make the broad as sertion that it Is the finest thing on the market, but our custo mners seemt to think it is. We have been selling it fur the last ten years. For Sale by All Druggists. Newbro.Drug Co 109 North Main Street Largest Drug Rouse In the State. " UNION MADED " DOEES NOT BITE T-IHE TONUUB TEMPTATION CIGARS " AN ELECTION SMOKi" "* A GENTLEMAN'S SMOKE " MONTANA DRUG CO., DISTRIBUTORS -"II SMALL BOY IS CONE f EVERETT KENNEDY OF HARLEM IS MISSING-IT IS BELIEVED HE eo HAS RUN AWAY. It ,aI' eC AI . ' fi "I I IXIisa 's. ::.1\I,- t I larlern. April 7. - Ivsrcrtt K t,,nedy, agedl g a.l not al tl acc i f him calIli hII Ul i.Td.' ri W1'hen he departed hl' tmok with him his hore, a rillh :naml srIry other Ihe, longinlu,. which fact heads hits p:reut to I J believe he h'a% hit hmre lurplr ely. to tiI remai n away. IOU The .,oy, %h, i.s hir, for IA. year i and manly. ha. r"r a Ion-,, time had an aHllJli,,l lit , t cm b.ik ill th ie htl ill . . but his Ilrt 'nt, hav. It be'Ii i iati-lIJ ' 1 t have IimI go, helie.vinq 1, Iro. , * llil',u to he away ifrul l thi'.lle DEMMIES WIK OUT HAVE THE BEST OF THE ELECTIONS AT THE CAPITAL CITY ft OF MONTANA. 1' tllt.4 1.1. 'to intI lx l"In Mu lu NII,'. Helena. April ;.-The democrat, h:tl the ihest of the aldlertanic election in thi city. In the I rst ward Jame, I.ism - nier, democrst. was elected; Second warn, i Tlhomnas Johnson, democrat: lThird ward. I)an Mahoney, detmocrat, a.nl S. J. Seal, republican; Fourth ward, Ih rry S.m-ti iners, democrat: Fifth ward. JamLes J. Ilindson, republican; Sixth ward, A. I.. HIawksworth, democrat ; Seventh ward, George Major, democrat. TROOPS ARE OUT IN BASLE Strikers Stone Soldiers and Serious Riot ing Is Probable. UY ASSOC'IvTr. lPRI'SS. Basle, Switzerland, April 7.-'rwo thou s:and five hundred masonsi and their assist nuts who are on a strike here, made a demonstration yesterday and endeavored to prevent non-strikers from working. The police interfered, but were stoned by the strikers, many Iolicemen being injurel. The government ordered a balitaln of troops to be moholized in order to assist the police. Seven companies of soldiers are now picketingl the city. YANKEES ARE THERE BUILD VIADUCTS ON UGANDA RIVER IN A WAY THAT ASTONISHES THE WORLD. SY ASSOCIAT'ED PRESS,. L.ondon, April 7. - The American Ihtidge company has completed the erec tion of :7 viaducts on the Uganda river. Two thousand tons of steel have been used itn this huge undertaking, which not withstanding tremendous difficulties was carried out exactly in fifty-one weeks. The company ha-s disposed of its ma chinery and plant, rather t.,an convey them back to the United States. Wilson Gets 12 Years. Manila, April 7.--William R. Wilson, formerly disbursing officer of the bureau of coast guard and transportation here, who defaulted and was arrested at Mon treal, and who was brought back to this city March t6, was yesterday sentenced to ia years' imprisonment. Johnston house; under new manage ment; board and room $t.oo day. 'Mrs. Reed, proprietress. SARAH LAMPHERE'S DREAMS ARE OVER Mere Girl Who Ran Away I With Man Thrice Her Age Realizes Awful Truth. DECEIVED HER CONCERN ING THEIR MARRIAGE Believed Herself to Be His Lawful. Wedded Wife, and the Blow Was Terrible to Love and Reason When She Learned That She Was Not-He Will Stay Away From Montana. SI'I. I I. TO Til": II. FR MOIS t'NT I . Itillingsl April 7. -The dream of love if Mlis., ;:rahl I.anijph(re andl (George liar ti%, whll ran away fro.m the girl's home in lthe ast and caine to this city, is .Sitiler wisles iI see the other again, and the girl professme to ie truly sorry for the plight in which she ftinds herself. She says *she will return to her home 1as orltl as ther parents send transports. lion. \ hen I)a'vii was arresrted here several iday) ago he claimed she was his wife, but this was later found to be untrue. It was the in;tenrtiotl to prosecute the man, but when the girl and her relatives declined to imake complaint, nothing could he done. lie was released from jail yes terday and told to hasten out of the city, * or sufler arrest on a charge of vagrancy. I)asis waited at the depot for the train, and when it appeared lost no time in getting on board. He had but little money and his ticket was furnished by the agent of the rharitable society, which has the girl in charge. Will Make Himself Scarce. A promise was made by Davis to thr effect that he never would see the girl again., and that he would keep away frotm this sectiun of Montana in the future. 'rlhe girl made no effort to see lavis liefore hi, leit the lity, and said all the lrve he once lire himt was., deal. She profTst'l to hat' hitr n deceiveld by the man;. twho told her they were lega;lly mar ril :larl when site learined thel truth, was hitter agai.'st him. She i , it lw lhing c:re.l for here, and wsill slar with h li' lnew fotiunl fritiends tn til It r i:,irtnv t, s nI for h.tr. wvhich will Ib ill a few iday. Sihe i' .I Iretty aind intellit'll nt girl. FRENCH SCIENTIST HAS DISCOVERED A NEW FISH Said to Be Good All Season and May Displace Herring, Squid and Caplhn in the Hearts of Men. Rli AS~OrlIArifl PIRI 54. Halifaxi. N. S., April 7. -taile adtuves from S.aint Pierre, Mlartinil', iitate that : --cilntiit in the employ oif the French n. .v,\trntmnelt has discovered a bait-fish which is goal for the whole season, re iplacing the herring. captii and! probably the squid. The expelrilnet has beIen made oil the ctast of Iccla3(nd. The French government has patented the dliscovcry and, will probably prohibit the impllortation of hait fish fronll New fotundtladl. A naval comnmission will re ipr if the discovery is suitable for deep s'al ftihitng. (all for Centeninat Iork IMer. all. MAIL SCHEDULE TO CONFORM WITH ROADS Postmaster Irvin Has So Fixed Arrivals and Departures As to Lose No Time in Making Trains. Postmaster Irvin has issued a new ma.|l chedulle. conforming to the changes in the time table of the varinus railroads. "'lher, have been a itnlmcer of changes in the railway schedules as the spring toon thi began to conme. On the first of this otmot)hi there were some quite important changes introduced in the through trains and locals running into the northern part of the state. The schedule issued by the postmaster is as follows: ARRL\'.\I... No. Trains. Depot. Office. Di*ributed. a--Northern Pacific (North ('oast Limited)........ :4o a. mn. t:oo s. m. 7:0o . m. 7-i)regmt Short Line ....................... 23...... : a. tn. 3:05 a. m. 7:ou a. in. a -.\naconda ............................. .. ...... 9:23 5 I. 9. :4 a. . imo:oI a. In. SoutI Ilutte................................ . --- -- 9:45 a. . t:oo a. mI. W alkervillc ................................... .. - o:o a. m. to:Is a. m. 13- Nrthtcrnl Pacific, from .ast ................ . Iu5s a. m :as a. sm. ia:os p. m. 23 -;reat Northern, fromn East.................... ....[... I .: a. in I 1:45 a. m. IJ:10 p. m. 4--Anaconda.............. ........ ......:.... p. In. aa:35 p. ma. a:So3 p. m. t-Northern Pacitic (hitter Root).............. :45 . m. a:oo p. m. . a:2 p. nm. 5 -Ilurlington (Northern Pacific), from East....... :s m. p . im a:ao p. M. a:40 pm. u(;tnIlrsol.... ............... ..... .. --. :oo p. m. a:1o p. lm. \\alkerville ..................................... . . 3:30 P. a. 3:35 p. m. South Ituttc................................... . --- 3:30 p. s. 3:4o p. mt. 6 -Ana. nda.:c l . ................................ .. . : p. m. 4:3S p. m,. 4:40 p. n. S r ,rcon SI|hort line.......................... 6:40 p. . 7: p. m. : p. m. --Neorthern Pacific (North Coast Limited)..... . 7:20 p.o. og: p.m. p.m. : . n 8 -Anaconda ..................................... . 7:, p. m. n 7:45 P. mn. 9::30 P. m. I (;rrat Northert, Great Ialla Local....... . ':mI p. . g:30o p. m, o0:30o p m. 6 -Iturlington (Northern Pacific) from VWest..... 1l:-5 p. 1m. I:45 p. m. 7:so a. nm. D ,EPAltlI t i-:ýs. No. Trains. Close. Leave Depot. a- Nmrtlhern Pacific (North Coast l.imited) to EU.-t..t.......... :oS a. m. a:S0o a. In. go--Itregmni Short L.ine ................................. 1:S a. m. :oS a. m. \% alkerville ...... ................................ 8:3o I. m. 9:oo a. m. South uttil. ......... ................................. 9:15 a. . 9:ao a. m. a- i;reat Northern (Great Falls Local)................... 9:5 a. m. io:oo a. ma. i-Anaconda ..................................... ........... . . :I5 a n. m, o:oo a. m. 14-Northern Pacific, to East .... ............................ I:3o p. m. 9s:3o p. as. Gutlderson ....................................... .. oa:3o p. m. I:oo p. m. 3-Annaconda .......................... ......... : p. in. a:zo p. m. -turlingo (Northern Pacific) to West.................. :5 . . a:oo p. m. \Walkcville ...................... ... ............... :o p. ma. a:as p. m. South Itutte .3...................... . ... . :oo p. m. 3:00 p. m. 7-Northern Pacific (Bitter Root)............................... a:3o p. m. 3:30 p. m. s-Anaconda .... . ........................................... 4:00 p. nt. 4:5o p. m. 8 -()regln Short l.ine ......n............. . .......... 4:00 P.. 4:45 P. m. t--Northern Pacific ,Nrth ('oast Limited) to \\Vst........... 6: p. m. :o p[ . m. 4--(;reat Northern, to lEast...... .. ..................... 7:15 pm. 8: p. m. 6-Ilurlington (Northern Pacific) to East................... 1o:So p. m. 11:35 p. sm. 7--Anaconda ........................................ . 0: pm. in. 8:4s p. m. GEtOIR(G W'. IRVIN, Postmaster. BOLD EDITOR WHO BEARDED THE CZAR Begged Leave to Aoquaint His Awful Majesty With Truth Concerning Empire. THEN TOLD OF THE DIS CONTENT PREVAILING Czar Seems to Have Listened and the Reforms Inaugurated Are the Out come-Autocrat Declares That He Is Only Beginning and That Many Clem encies Are to Come From Him. ::Y ASMO('IATED PRpaS , I'Plersburg, March 24.-The history ,. the emperor's manifesto of March Ia ·,;.ieiars to be as follows: \linister Plewhe, after studying the con t,lution of Loris Helikow, formulated a lr,uect to establish a modified form of /. ,,estvo in the province of Minsk. the / netvo having been established hitherte , only 34 provinces of European Russia, sthich contemplated a sort of appointive Iv.mestvo instead of the representative in ,litution that now bears this name. About tu,, time a certain Mr. Sharapov. a Slavo Ilc writer, issued a brochure entitled \itticracy and Zemestvo." II was printed abroad. This brochure ,.,t. ted much attention. Instead of the It., incial z cmestvos, he recommended lt+!, dlvision of European Russia into six 't mre districts and the creation of a ,,titnCil for each of them composed of .,Ipointive representatives of local inter S' It was not proposed that the pres iot status of the ('aucasius, the trans p.,.pi:in provinces. Siberia and the 'Cos ., k territories, should be altered. \ccording to the Shiarapov program, ,, of these councils would have a rep : titative in an advisory council sitting i:: t. Petervsbutrg. N. eflfort was mt1ade to separate legis t,tite and ececutive functions in this -itt., no. r to define the relations of these , ocil. with the ministricts. Reaches the Czar. 1 t:,.., idea., reached the emperor through i,, Iiit,.r of a metrorological journal _1,1' " 'liman." Mr. N. A. I)cmischin .I*. ithe elitor, l:thad been severely nt tak, in cietntilic circles and he pro t, I :. interview swith thet czar a few , itlh. :1, :at I.ividia. lBefore taking Slit i. reported to have said: '. .t:r majesty. I have something else .. y at the ri-k of your displlasure. I :t::-t I.g, permi~i,,i On i t tell you the truth." "\\hat is the truth ?" the cmperor is I t have askedt: "the truth about Ithen I)emi chiai.ki spoke of the pre .g dicontein among all classes and i.e~ cnssqtluenclCs that might .Iaur if .r,(t nitt appeased. He procuredI per nm to write at length on the sub ,!'ct,. anad to propose a remedy. This lhe dil, adptiang the Sharapav pllan. lir. I teischit.-ki was referred to Prince Schcrski. who. it is belirvedl. asaited the emperor in prcpa.ring the first draft of 1th manifesto. This was stubmitted to 'Minister Plcwhe. the latter called together Mr. I.oupoko himi of the department of police and two u ngll officials of his own chancellory, and ltate the same evening submitted an amend. ',, draft to the emperor. This failed to satlify the czar, and it was . a. m. be. fore the manifesto as published was ready. The central idea is for the local commit tees or councils to pass on proposed laws During Convalescence Recovy is hasted, health restored and vitality renewed by the use of aNHEusER-fusCb perfect malt tonic. A food is liquid form. It quickly builds flesh and tissue. . .qab aa ad.. shI.W 6I t* Anheuser-Busch Brewlng Ass'n St. r.ea, U. . A. Orders promply filled by 0. COVIVBIR, Wholesale Dealer. lotte. MEeHANIeS We carry a complete up-to-date line of Mechanics' Tools and Builders' Hardware Your Patronage Solicited. Hardware Anaconda eopper Department Mining eo. Butte, Montana . . .. " affecting the various portions of the em pires; in other words, the Sharapov coun cils. The emperor's original draft is be lieved to have made a stronger plea for religious toleranlce titan the published man ifesto. It is thought the limit on "toler ance," int accordance with the law, "is the work of Minister Plewhe." Diplomatic officials say that on being congratulated on the feeble foreign crit icisms of the manifesto, the emperor smiled and said: "This is only the beginning of the reforms that I intended." The manifesto was placarded in Saratov, and groups of peasants surrounded it and listened attentively as it was read. They declared when it was read to them that something .was omitted by the reader. That "something" for which Saratov peas ants strained their ears in vain was an order to distribute the landlord's lands amolng the peasants. That is what they have confidently expected for 40 years. BUTTE MAN MAY START A BREWERY IN LIV1NGSTON Looks Over Ground With View to Erec tion of Plant-Would Employ Large Number of Men. SPECtIAL TO TRlE INTER MOUNTAIN. Livingston. April 7.-J. E. Swindle hurst of Butte, formerly postmaster in this city and a well known business man of Butte, was in Livingston the latter part of last week, investigating the field with a view to establishing a brewery here. Mr. Swindleburst visited the various saloons in Livingston with a view to de termining just what inducements might be offered a brewery. lie reports that his investigations were satisfactory and he thinks Livingston a splendid place to start such an industry. lie says he has substantial backing in Butte, and the mloney to put up the brew ery will not be lacking should a consid eration of the details prove that the plan is feasible. The establishment of a brewery in Liv ingston would mean much for the town. It would provide emplloyment for a large number of men and would offer a first class home market for the farmers of the Yellowstone and Shield river valleys. Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure Deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deaf ness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hear ing, and when it is entirely closed Deaf ness is the result, and unless the inflam mation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused, by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75e. Hall's Family Pills are the best. English Dock Bill. London, April 7.-The president of the board of trade, Gerald Balfour, yesterday introduced a bill in the house of commons establishing port and dock authority for London. The bill follows the recommenda tions of the admiralty. i L The Best friend The Northwest Ever Had "The Road That Made the Northwest Famous." LEAVES BUTTE. For St. Paul and East, daily. S :ro p.m. Great Falls local, daily..... :oo a.m ARRIVES BUTTE. From St. Paul, daily....... :o a.m. From Great Falls and Helena, daily .................... 9:s p.m. FULL INFORMATION FROM City Ticket Ofice. No. 41 North Main street, Butte. W. R. Meech, C. P. & T. A. Atchison,Topeka& Santa fe Ry. Cop SANTA FPB ROUT 3 'Trains Daily From Deswv to Kaam City and C(. sage. ALs the direst line to Galves teon. I Paso, City of Measeseoad the minoig eamps of New Mea e and An. For particulars about the RU. DUCED RATES EAST this summm cpply to C. F. WARRN., General Agpet, 4s1 Dooly Block Sat Lake City, Utah. SMITH MADE MAYOR Elected By the Municipal League of Missoula- Two Aldermen. PErCIAL TO TIHE INTER MtOUNTAIN. Missoula, April 7. - The Municipal League party has won a victory in this city, having elected a mayor and two aldermen. M. R. C. Smith, Municipal league can didate for mayor, wins from P. J. Kline, republican candidate, by a plurality of 41, and in the First, Third and Fourth wards Julius Grill, Sam Walters and H. R. Kern are elected over the republicans. In the Second ward the republicans elect II. B. Campbell. The vote was one of the heaviest in the history of the city, and the election passed off quietly.