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TOMORROW Thursday, Allust 6 fHofTiman House Coffee gives the best satis faction, 35C per pound; three pounds ................ I ~VV 75e grade Spidcrleg Tea; special, per pound ............. 50 It. & M. Tea, per pound ............... ..... SC Fry's Cocoa, 2Cc half pound can ................ Fairhank's f.olddunt, thrre pounds.................. c Rex Flour, so pounds ................. $1.25 .White or Yellow Corn Meal, to pounds, .............. .... 2 5 Grape NXSts, 1C per package .................. 5 Montana Fresh Eggs, per 1zn ..................... ·5C Three gallon can1 Tapl Syrup .............. * Pure Maple Sugar, per pound .................... C Swift'. \\'inthdcter Small IIfes, per pouli ............. ...... 15 c Hrthoul e lcttnc., ('tucutlm r.. RipI 'Io mna;~t . Crisp ialihcs and Breen (ni, at lorest price. Ierries, only the very best ,Io by us. 135 W. Broadway 'Phone 691 B PROMPT DELIVERY STATES HAVE POWER TO REGULATE EVIL MOTHER" JONES GIVES OUT IN TERESTING LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT'S SECRETARY. Ilt AS oi IAl' FI fIli . .4 New Yo,rk. Au. 5.-M".lther" Jones, who recently mlarchedll to this city front Philatelphia with a smatll inumber of strik ing textile work'ers and visited Oyster Bay t ith thel ,,jevct of s.-wing President Roosevelt, has given tIut the ftlhlowinlg let ter receivedl in that connection front Sec "1 I bg to acknowledgell the receipt of youtr litter of the .oth tiltint, andl to state that it has been irought to the president's att(. tt l it. " he preidlent, is shown by his actio, while gnvermtr of Nt ,,.rk. h:,r. the hearti, t symplllthy with evley elurt to prevent chil! labor in flacltorire. and on this matter no argmllitnt ineel hle i I Ilresse.I to him, a, hii position has elt'' announced " nder the cti tiltution, it it tint at pIresent .een how congres. has poI)wer to act in tsuch a mtatter. It wouItu! .'it that the statli. alulil at presenti IIh;i thie ipower to dealI witll thle sLtject." PUTS UP FORTUNE AS BAIL Whittaker Wright, London Promotor, Gains His Freedom. 1.,don. Aug.. s.--\ Whittlaker Wright, promotllicr antd director of the .ollln andlll .hGlobe .rpolilraltilll, limited, was arrai.ntel at the (lild Hall l polie court toda;y tnIt remanded after foirmal evi iltce of his arrest hadil Ieni taken., The prisoner wias released (oil hail of $: iooni, of whicth he providled $t.5.-ai,., and three suretiC. guatr anteediI the retlainlilng $t15.005i. BURNED TO DEATH IN FIRE Employe of Mr. and Mrs. Commander Stuart Loses His Life. N,-%w York, Aug. 5.-In a fire at Riton konkomla, L. I.. whlict has destroyedt-l tihe dwelling occupjield by (ommlanller Stulrt of the navy. Iii- wife and two chihlren, one ~f the ewrn:ll ts was u1ltrned to death. Anothelr, althtgllh hatily hlrnetI, leaped fro(l :t second t ti ry window. ('ontintander and \ir.. Stiart., with thleir chllildtl n, ,whos rllll were oil the first flour. e-ca;lpel tinhiurt. CAUSED BY GAS EXPLOSION Coroner's Jury Determines How Hanna Disaster Came About. Jik .' 'li Al I I st I I. , lianna. .Wy'... . 5.'I he corolner' jury that invc'ti'atcdl the nmine disaster of Julc 3 , folln that thl, xplositll was eau-e, by t inititi, of gas in oine mtanter HELENA STONECUTTERS OUT Claim Contractor Has Not Paid Them Their Wages Promptly. Helena. Atug. . t -The ' stttec-tters at work ,ln the nea subl station of the l Itel:na Light anid 'ractillln comp:lny wenit uti yestcrday,. allt i4i that they did not get their wages prottptly. The contractor is I lenry teibhardt, but hie had sublet it to W. II. Ilamilton. Gcblhardt will try to patch upl the breach. TRAINMEN THREATEN STRIKE Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Em ployes Grow Restless. Chicago, Aug. 5.-Trainllllen a'nd coin ductors emptloyel by the t(hicago Rock Island and Pacific railroad have voted to strike unlless the road pays the inlcreases in wages that they have demanded. Strikers Win Battle. New York, Aug. 5.-The bakers' strike at Talta has been ended by the owners conceding the strikers' detmalnds, says : dispatch from Santiago de Chile. The strike continues at Santiago. SPECIAL TRAIN TO DILLON AND BIG HOLE. Sunday August 9, the Short l.ine will oper ate a special eight-coach train, leaving Butte at 7:30 a. in., and running to Dillon, stopping along the ilg liole river to drop off and pick up fishermen. Returning, leave Dillon at 6 p. m. Round trip tickelt for this train: Divide, jt Melrose, St: t;len, $1.25; Dallon, 5.5o. 61. . Wilson, General Agent. LAST SALT LAKE EXCURSION. Saturday, Aug.as 8th, the Oregon Short will operate their third, and probably last excursion of the season to Salt Lake. und trip, $ls.oo. Tickets good to return ten y. Reserve sleeplagcar berths now. Short e city ticket olke, tog North Main t.,, SMoat. H. . . Wlla, General Agent. LITTLE GIRL'S SLAYER LYNCHED BY A MOB WILLIAM HAMILTON IS TAKEN FROM JAIL AND HANGED AT ASOTIN, WASH. MAKES A FULL CONFESSION Rope Is Thrown Over Neck by Orderly Crowd and He Is Then Swung Up. DY A ' iAIiAtIFI I'iFSi. A..otin, Wash., Aug. .. -lDespite the ef forts of the little victil"'s father, Slheriff Richard, of Astlin couanty, who had sworn in -'5 dhtputiei, to guard the man, 'Williaso lla:m ilt,,. a well to i id i farmer, the silf confessed mntlrdlertr of little Mabel Hich arl.. was forcibly taken from the At: tin countty jail shortly after midnight anl lyi.nched by a Ino of imonre than ,,ari nor who had ibeen coiawrer:;ting ill dal:y from all part rof Asotin rcniity. lhh bodly is swaying from the end of a rol, swunXg ove.r a guy wire antl his hodly no Iilonger attracts notice. Feeling Steadily Grows. All night loni g Ithe feeilng that Ilamii - tol ho l s i hlie ueciitred grew in viol uIIn. '"lhere were tliie h h thhuhht tht t: wret t shollulu th tiiorturei , but it wast linal!v' agreed' that venga wu:e woultid he stia. i I hy the blotting ou.t of the life, of the ini errant. A few minutes after miiiidnight 2i timn, their faces co.calaeld by hanAlke.rchief , marchedl rderly up the street toward th'. jail until they were cailled fiin by the gu:trls to hall. I Ihe answer of the men was to throw the .giards to the groulm. lThe kaeys were ch taineld anrd the jail yard was rteredl. l'inally entrance was elfectel to the jail ilproper. When the cell containing lthe guilty mai was reac hd no key coull be foidi to lit it. andl it was necelssary to saw a.ol hla.k at the hars until the doir could he openedl. Will Never Be Known. 'i.hat trnnspired duiring the nperatilon. wha:t IIl:miltun s.aid. probably will not ie known tittil isoim of the isinhers mlake public the deltails, but Ilaitiltn., aft.-: about as minutes' ldelay, was druagged out of the cell andl down into the yard. Maeanw'hile another company of tnaskel men. about 8o in numier, hadl marchted tip the street awl taken up positions aboiut the entrance to tihe jail. All were masked and orderlyv. With these none attnempted to interfere. They kept hack the crowd which hadi filled the streets all night, waiting for the lynching it was certain woul onecur, and FLYER AND LOCAL COME TOGETHER FOUR HURT IN A BAD WRECK ON THE GREAT NORTHERN JUST WEST OF HAVRE. SLOW UP FOR SOME CATTLE Engineer of Local Slacks Up and the Express, Just Behind, Crashes in, Going at Full Speed. S1'1'1.e .1. ' I l 71111I' IT1 MOI 0 '1I' N. lIa re, Aug. 5. -'TIlh c Gireat Northerl flyer crashed into the rear end of the .Monitana Central southllomttnl, local three Iimiles west of hItre ysterdl:y ;ittafternoon. ' Ie lutlfet car N.cmladji it the local was snashed and four peopl intjured. The two trains left Ilavre swithin an in terva:l of live minutesi. y slne mistake the Ilyer gained rapidly on the accotnioda tiotn ntl ctmie p.io her suddellntly, about a curve, when umakihng full sptel. Had the collisiotn Icn head on, the carnage mitiglht have been terrible. Cattle on the Track. It is sail that the etlineer ,of the local h~ow.I up for a unctth of cattle and tint t lEnginet. r I', Ir irdl.m . on the flyer, had not tim to fllut soit. I he must thrillin; c-cape was thatt of \Wali:a t',hult of IMalta and' C. 1'. Stew art. sht were sitl i on the bark platform f the Ibtlltt car and h l, just tiel to get inide. 'T'hety swere thrown on their faces and tithe biler 'of I.e liocomotive on the Il.' r loweds its way throutgh the car to within a y:ri of ltheir fct. Old Lady Hurt. And II lady. vh,,.-se name Col.l not he learned, was atlii in the dining car of the flyer. She fainted from the shock, but ctss nit hut beyondl the menttal strain. Williau Turner and (;erg, Washington, coloretd waiters in the dining car, were badly bruised. They were taken to St. P'aul last night. 'The bullet car is a total wreck and the loeomotive on the flyer is di-mantled. Trfuic wais delayed for two hours. PROTESTS ON BILL FOR WATER USED University of Chicago Refused to Settle, Claiming It Is a Religious and Charitable Institution. BY ASOCJ(IATED PRESS,. Chicago, Aug. S.-The superior court has been called upon to decide whether the University of Chicago is operated for gainl or is it a purely religious and chari table institution. The city of Chicago takes one view of the case and the university the other. The city has been supplying the uni versity with water without pay until the bill ran up to $2,800,; then it sent a collector to call on President William R. Harper. The collector came back without the cash and then Superintendent It. Nourse decided to shut off the water, whereupon the university management petitioned the as soon as the attack was made on Hoamil ton's cell the entire population of the city, their numbers swelled by people from the surrounding country, gathered about the jail. Procession From the Yard. Soon there came a procession from ti jail yard. On either side of the doomed wretch was a masked man clutching the murdlerer's armi and laulilng him along. Behind him another masked mlan pressed closely, with his lIhand over the murderer's miouth to prevent ar possible outcry. Other members of the jail-storming mob came lehind. As the sinister group came forward the masked men who had been guarding the eLItratice to the jail formed a linked chain about the captors and captive, and in this n:nutler tilty plrocceled, keeping the crowd tat a resictfull distance, about three Il, ks up the street. J.t ik .tly they had tile program all It;Itp.l , out. When the lynchers and Ii :ii,,ton reached First and Fillmore sN.et , tlitty halted under a guy wire which crosseI the street and joined electric light Makes a Confession. IHelr one of the leaders asked Hamilton if Ihe wattel tto confess. le didl so. He al' ok it an exceedingly low tone, not Vt iu; heard tmore than tenll feet away. Iinally he asked that his jewelry, some tratllll trinke ts le had in his possession, coId hit watch lie given to his father and ,other, and the promise was made to hi.l. I h(.n there was another short wait. I'1 I;i manner of Ilamilton's dtath was di.scussedl. Some of the- mob thought Ihanging ttt gool for him and wanted to torture him, lIt the original program pre vailedl atl it \sas decided to hang him. Some one produced a black mask like tha;t used in a legal hanging and it was put over the head of Ilamilton. It reachethd ldown to his shnottlers. The rope twas prnmlcel , placed about his neck and then thrown over the guy wire, being long t'llleugh ta reach within grasping distance of the lyncheirs. It was sacied by powerful men, the body was lifted oilf the ground and st pendel at a height 'if aabott four feet. Gasps for Breath. Thte doomed wretch Ibegan to gasp for Ireath., and his (.lfrts were plainly dis rcrnible a dlistance of two blucks, so tttiet Isas the crowd. After Ilamnilton' Iholy had been held by the lynchers for a time, long enough to m:ake, certain he was dead, tile rope was tied to the telephone pole and the i body left suspended. The crowd, when it was satisfied Ilamil ton had breathed his last. ulltictly melted away and sought their beds and the streets were soon desert(ed. MYSTERIOUS CASE FINALLY DROPPED EDNA WALSH NIEED NOT EXPLAIN HOW SHE SECURED MRS. MARSHALL'S CLOTHING. RELEASED FROM THE JAIL Husband of the Woman Who Was Robbed of Her All Declines to Prosecute. The "lad lands" mystery surrounding the problem of how Mrs. El Marshall lost her clothes and was found nude in Aluminum street, and how Edna \Valsh becamlle possessed of the garments and was discovered parading Park street ar rayed and adorned like the Queen of Slhba, will not le solved in the courts. Oince more tie law proves powerless to elucidat.! the shadowy happenings of night in the forbiddeni district. Mrs. Marshall has recovered her switch and the striped stockings worn on the oc casion when she was stripped in a saloon and pint out in the cold, cold street, and there the matter will end. Assistant i',cunty Attorney Lynch has founid himself tiiable to unravel the tangled kein of circumstance involving tI ca.wv, aI today lie ordered the release of E.,lna W\alsh from the county jail, where shy hald I.nn under arrest awaiting prose cution in connection with the stealing of Mrs. I1arshall's clothing. Ilda: would say Io more than that she was gis en the switch of blonde hair, the sealskin coat and the tailor-made suit by a man. The man caldl not he found. Iad Marshall, husband of the woman who was Ilucked so closely that she even lost her hair, coimmunicated the informa tion that his wife did not want to prose cute the case, and the mills of justice wes re halted. It was supposeCd at the county attorney's on'ice that the disinclination of the Mar shalls to appear before the \Valsh woman was due to a miodest shrinking from the necessity of explaining how Mrs. Marshall had placed herself in such a position as made possible the theft of her clothes in such mllanner. court for an injunction to restrain the city from carrying out its threat. It is based on the city ordinance ex empting from the paymeut of water bills religious, charitable or educational Insli tutions not operated for gain. The university maintains that it comes under this last head, as it is an educa tional institution which is not making any mooney. In his petition President Harper avers the university is running behind at the rate of $.oo.ooo a year, its expenditures exceeding the amount received from tui tion fee: and dues to that extent and the deficit has to he made up "by soliciting subscriptions from persons interested in educational enterprises." BONES OF MONSTER DINOSAUR OUG UP TERRIBLE REPTILE WHICH ONCE ROAMED IN FORESTS AND OVER PRAIRIES. MANY FOUND IN MONTANA In Prehistorio Times This Section Was Inhabited by Crawling Things One Hundred Feet Long. SPECAL 0TO THI INTIS MOUNTAIo. lugi Timber, Aug s.-The Princeton ,udlents and scientists digging for bones of irehistoric animals in this section have js.t 4.t't their first shipment back to the l, ,hge. Among the skeletons is that of a dinolaur, measuring 7o feet in length. \lMontaIna, Wyoming and Colorado have j iehihd a great harvest of dinosauric bones toI the scientist, and Princeton now has three nmdles of students in this section of the Northwest. One is in the Musselshell cunltry and another near Miles City. Still a forth is near Sheridan, Wyo. Dinosaurs is the generic appellation for a large species of prehistoric reptiles. The naime means terrible lizard. The dinosaurs acre carnivorous and a terror to every ..tiler living thing in their day and gencra tiutn. One Hundred Feet Long. Slome are known to have measured as 1muchl a soo feet. They had powerful I,,oli rs, with long tapering neck and small hIc;als. They struck to kill, like a boa, ,ilth their heads, the frontal bones being 4 ry hard and as effective as a spear. limnosaurs were either land or water tp.,lltes. The specimens found in Mon 1:a,4t were of the former class. They were ,1 :4I e(xceedlingly low grade of intelligence, 4 Ifterocious and little given to migration. 'I his they perished early, perhaps of in t.~ einetlc warfare as much as from cli al.cteric conditions. MANY REPORTS TO BE MADE Session of the City Council Tonight Will Be Interesting. I he city council will tonight consider thei report of the finance, the judiciary a;dl tie building committees, and, if no %'l;ags are struck, will transact other city btsiness. It is expected Alderman Bowman will nllnounce his resignation from the coun cil, in which event it will be necessary to clict his successor. Various reports are current respecting who will he elected in his stead. Carle Galiger and Tim Crowley are altonq those mentioned for the office. The report of the finance committee in rejecting the bills of Dave Meiklejohn, W. II. Scott and Frank Mullins for their salaries for July probably will stir up a lively debate. As the committee has a safe majority In the council its action probably will be approved. It is expected the mayor will present fr confirmation the appointments he has miade of city attorney and assistant. MURDERED BY MOONSHINERS Aged Couple Accused of Betraying Secrets Killed. SY ASSOCIATE:D PRESS. Winchester, Tenn., Aug. S.-Simon nlooker and wife, who lived in a small cabin on the mountain in Franklin county, wcre murdered last night and their home burned. The tragedy is attributed to the raid ing of a "wild cat" distillery near their homIe. Booker and his wife were accused by the "wild catters" with betraying them to the revenue officers. Street Cars Are Free. Manager Wharton of the street railway company has issued orders that all nem lers of the grand lodge K. of I'. Ile al I,wed to ride free on the street railway cars during the grand lodge. The privi lege is extended to all who wear the regu latiuio grand lodge badge. GIRL WANTS TO DROP THE CASE MARY SMITH WOULD REFUSE TO PROSECUTE FRANK FRIEL, WHO, SHE SAYS, ATTACKED HER. Mary Smith, chambermaid in the Jef frF·y block, who caused the arrest of Frank Flit l, lodger, Monday morning, on a cl.h:ge of assault in the second degree, and t ho told a sensational story as to how l ritl dragged her from the hall into his ro.,m and beat her, had revealed a disposi tion to back out of the prosecution of rid. Two of her friends, one of them said to bie her sweetheart, interviewed Assist a:tt County Attorney Lynch last evening ;ian stated that Miss Smith wished to have Friel released. Mr. Lynch told the visitors that it was not in Miss Smith's hands to drop the matter, and that if Friel had committed a crime, as the young woman had alleged, he should and would be prosecuted, provid ing the evidence could be drawn from the complainant and other witnesses to the affair. The representatives of Miss Smith' de sired the official to call on Miss Smith at the Jeffrey block for an interview, but the prosecutor instructed them to bring the woman to his office. The police have also tbeen instructed to bring Miss Smith to thet office. I/riel, who is still in jail, will be prose cutedl if evidence shall be found available. Ilis friends say that he was drunk when he attacked the chambermaid. FOR A 'SPECIAL TRAIN TO HAMILTON For the log rolling of the M. W. A., at Itm.milton, August i3 to is, the Northern IPacific will run a special train leaving Butte, .\tgust 13, at 7:oo a. m., and leave Hamilton ,.t the return trip August IS, at 6:oe p. m. A rate of one fare for the round trip has been Inail from principal points between Butte and Iltnner, good on this special train only. A rate of one and one-third fare has also hcben arranged for this meeting from all points in Montana good on regular trains. Tickets itn stale August 13 to iS, inclusive, with return Init of August so. W. H. . rriman, general itgt. tm, 115 YEARS OLD, STRONG AND HEALTHY Alexander Ferguson of Gillman, Ind., Is in His 115th Year, and Is Vigorous, Hale and Hearty. He Uses Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, and Says that It Keeps Him Strong, Makes Him Active, Gives Him Undisturbed Rest at Night, a Good Appetite and Perfect Digestion. DUFFY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY Is a food already digested. It sustains the heat of the body, it builds up the tissues, and thereby checks waste and decay. "I am now going on my t sgth year and I feel as strong as my youngest son, who is now past 35. I have worked hard all my life and have not given up work yet. Some years ago I began taking DUFFY'S PURE MALT WHIISKEY, and know this great medicine has prolonged my life. Before taking DUFFY'6 PURE MALT WillS KEY I did not sleep well. Now I have perfect rest at night. Every morning and evening I take it and I always have good appetite and perfect digestion. It is the greatest medicine ever made for old folks, and we always have a bottle of it In the house." - ALEXANDER FERGUSON, Gillman, Ind. ,DUFFY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY is invaluable for overworked men, delicate women and sickly children. It strength- MR. ALEX. FERGUSON. ens and sustains the system, is a promoter s15 Years Old. of good health and longevity, makes the old young and keeps the young strong. It contains no fusel oil, and is the only whiskey recognised by the Government as a medicine. This is a guarantee. If you wish to keep young, strong and vigorous and have on your cheek the glow of perfect health, take DUFFY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY regularly, a tea spoonful in a glass of water or milk, three times a day, and take no other med icine. I)UFFY'S PURE MALT WIISKIEY has stood severe tests for fifty years and has always been found absolutely pure and to contain great medicinal properties. The genuine is sold at all druggists' and grocers', or direct. A valuable medical book containing symptoms and treatment of each disease andomany testimonials will be sent free to any reader of this paper who will write DulTy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester, N. Y. MONTANA LIQUOR CO., STATE SELLING AGENTS. DAWSON FUNERAL TOMORROW AT 2 SERVJCES FOR THE DEAD ARE TO BE OF AN IMPOSING CHARACTER. BUTTE ELKS TO HAVE CHARGE Railroad Offices Will Close and Other Tributes of Respeot Will Be Paid. Arrangements for the funeral of the late Major J. E. Dawson, for many years general agent in Butte for the Great Northern railroad, who died yesterday, have been completed. There will be services at St. John's Episcopal church, of which he was a mem her, and the Elks will give their burial services at the grave. The funeral will begin at the residence at a p. mn. tomorrow, when friends will gather at the home, 836 West Granite street, and accompany the body to St. John's Episcopal church, where Rev. S. C. Blackiston will conduct the Episcopal services. Silver Bow lodge, No. 240, B. P. O. E., of which the dead man was at one time esteemed loyal knight, will then take charge of the funeral, escorting the body to the grave, where the impressive Elks' burial services will be rendered. The following old friends and associ ates of the dead man will act as pall bearers: F. Augustus Heinze, Andrew J. Davis, George Casey, Thomas Lavelle, James A. Lynch, C. F. Lloyd, W. R. Meech and Dan McMahon. During the funeral tomorrow afternoon the local railroad and express offices will be closed and the railroad agents and other employes will attend the funeral in a body. The bereaved family has received many expressions of sympathy, not a few from the East. Vice-President Illahon of the Great Northern railroad telegraphed the condo lence of the traffic and freight officials of the road. Through Archibald Gray, assistant .cn eral freight agent of the Great Northern, Mrs. Dawson has received the following expression of condolence from the general oflccrs of the road with which aMr. l)aw son was so long connected: IMrs. J. E. Dawson, Butte, Montana: Mr. Blabon and other traffic department general officers of the Great Northern railway desire through me to express their sincere sympathy In your sad bereavement. We deeply deplore the taking from our midst of one of our mo..t highly regarded associates and sympathize with you in your great hour of trouble. Sin cerely yours, Archibald Gray. There were also a number of messages from old friends in Ontario and other parts of Canada. B. P. O. E. ELKS, ATTENTION! All members and visiting brothers are re quested to meet at the lodge rooms, Thursday afternoon, August 6, at s:3o sharp, to attend the funeral of our late brother, Major J. E. Dawson. J. H. O'Gorman, secretary. Another Trip to Dillon. On account of the popularity of the two Sunday fishing excursions that have been run to Dillon over the Short Line, General Agent Wilson of the road an nounces there will be another excursion Sunday. The usual rate will be charged and the usual time card followed. Mr. Wilson persists that fishing is par excel lence along the Big Hole. Personals. Albert I. Loeb, a well known attorney of Helena, who was assistant attorney general under i. B. Nolan, is attending the grand lodge. Mrs. Frank Jones, who has been critically ill at her home in West Granite street, is now considered out of danger. AMrs. Ella Knowles Haskell has re turned from an extended stay in Anthony, where she was called in a water-rights case. O. J. McConnell, manager of the lum ber mills at Lathrop, is in the city. Among those leaving Butte last night on a Yellowstone park excursion were; R. A. MoArthur and wife, Vigo Jensen and wife, IMiss Dora Henningsen, Miss liWde Bailey and J. B. Murray. COMPANIES REFUSE TO DISCLOSE 'MANAGER DECLINES TO PRODUCE. MESSAGES DEMANDED BY GRAND JURY. BY ARSOCIATED PRESS. Jefferson City, Mo., Aug. 5.-The ColI county grand jury, which is investigating charges of boodling in the last legislature, wants to secure the telegrams that passed between Daniel J. Kelly. legislative agent of the baking powder trust, and former Lieutenant-Governor Lee and other mem hers of the legislature during a certain period of time. Representatives of the company re fused today to furnish these telegrams to the grand jury for its perusal. and the re fusal was reported to Judge Hazell. Judge IHazell then gave Superintendent G. E. Payne of the Postal Telegraph com pany and Superintendent George J. Frankel of the Western Union Telegraph company until Thursday to produce the messages asked for by the grand jury or show cause. Colonel Fred J. Fleming of Kansas City was a witness before the grand jury today. Loses Life in an Accident. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Walla Walla, Aug. s.-A team attached to a delivery wagon became frightened at a passing automobile last evening and ran away, throwing out the driver, Cassius Baumgartner, and inflicting injuries from which he died three hours later. SKIN AND BLOOD PURIFICATION Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Resolvent Cleanse the Skin, Scalp and Blood Of Torturing, Disfiguring Hu-. mours with Loss of Hair WHEN ALL ELSE FAILS Thousands of the world's best pe-. pie bave found instant relief and speedy cure by the use of Ctleura Re solvent, Ointment and SBop in the most torturing and disfiguring of Itching, burning sad scaly humours, eosemas, rashes, itchlnogs and lnflammatlos. Thousands of tired, fretted moth. ern, of skin-tortured and disgured babies, of all ages sad conditlos, have certiied to almost miraculous cures by the Cutloiur remedies when the bet medlcal skill had failed to r, heve, much less eare. Cutioura Treatment is local and cona stitational- complete and perfect, pure, sweet and wholesome. Bathe the afeted surtfaces with Cutloura Soap and hot water to eleanse the skin of crusts and scales and soften the thick ened cuticle, dry without ard robblng, and Cpp 0utlcurs Ointment freely to ll Itc irritation and inlamma tlon, sad soothe and heal, and lastly take Cutloura Resolvent to cool and leanse the blood and put every funo tlon in a state of bealtiy activity. , .More great cures of simple, sorole. Ious and hereditary humours are daily made by Ctlours rnodies than by all other blood and skin remedies cam bled, asingle set beinl often soleotat to core the most distreseing cases when all else fls, r \.,n >-, e-U s.