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TAKEN IN SPOKANE CHARLES MoCCAULEY, LATE OF MIS OULA, ARRESTED ON A TIP FROM LATTER TOWN. HE WAS AT THE OLD GAME Whenever He Sees Masonio Charm, Montana Ex-Conviot Immediately Strikes Owner for Loan Spokane, Sept. sS.-Charles McCauley, said to be a IMasonic swindler of national notoriety, was arrested as a vagrant by Officer Carter Sunday afternoon. Carter picked McCauley up on a tip given by De tective Walter Hogan of the Missoula, WWont., police force, and by Charles Baird, a Northern Pacific engineer, who is a member of the Masonic lodge at Missoula. Messrs. Hogan and Baird say McCauley was released from the Missoula rock pile about three weeks ago. He served a term there for vagrancy, the offense consisting in his trying to work Missoula Masons out of small sums of money. Detective Hogan has been visiting in Spokane for two or three days and has seen .McCauley here. Sunday he met Mr. Baird, with whom he is acquainted, and suggested that they catch .McCauley. He Asked a Loan. "Carter and Hogan stood across the street," said ,Mr. Baird, "while I crossed over and met McCauley in front of Daven port's restaurant. McCauley didn't know me. He had no sooner caught sight of my dMasonic charm than he braced me for money, saying he was a Mason and hard up. I tested him, and he proved his knowl edge of Masonry all right. Then I said to him: "'Why, you're from Missoula.' "He denied ever having been in Mis soula, but just then Hogan and Carter came across the street, and of course he recognized Hogan, who had arrested him in Missoula. He finally admitted his identity." An Ex-Conviot. McCauley, according to Detective Hogan, is an ex-convict, and served a term in the Deer Lodge, Mont., penitentiary for forgery. He is said to have been a member of a Masonic lodge in New Jersey. His practices, it is said, became so notorious that the New Jersey lodge advertised him to the fraternity as a swindler. He then went to Honolulu, H. I., and the Masons there also found him to be crooked, and likewise advertised him. Then he came to Montana, where, it is claimed, he broke into the penitentiary. Some weeks ago, it is alleged, he Worked several Masons in Helena. They sent out his photograph to the other Mon tana towns, and he had scarcely been in Missoula a day until he was picked up by the police and vagged. Following his re lease, it is supposed, he came to Spokane, working the smaller towns on the way. ,McCauley is a middle aged man, poorly dressed, and has a rather gray mustache. CHAMPIN RAYNOR IS KILLED Crushed to Death by Freight Cars at Pocatello. Pocatello, Idaho, Sept. I5.-Champin Raynor, aged 74 years and a resident of Waukesha, Wis., was instantly killed here today by being crushed between two coal cars. There are three sons, C. S. Raynor, 1). H. Raynor and C. H. Raynor, who reside in this city, and their tather was here on a visit to them. The body will be interred in Waukesha, Wis., where the mother of the deceased still resides at the age of 99 years. Mr. D. P. Daugherty, well known throughout Mercer and Sumner counties, W. Va., most likely owes his life to the kindness of a neighbor. He was almost hopelessly afflicted with diarrhoea; was attended by two physicians who gave him little, if any, relief, when a neighbor, learn Ing of his serious condition, brought him a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which cured him In less than twenty-four hours. For sale by Paxon & Rockefeller, Newbro Drug Co., Christie & Leys, and Newton Bros. DR. ORR HAS TWO SKINS Are From Mountain Lions Slain by His Rifle and Trusty Pistol. Dillon, Sept. Is.-Dr. W. C. Orr is the proud possessor of two fine mountain lion skins, which he obtained after an exciting time with the animals who in habited them. For some time past the Poindexter & Orr ranch has been losing colts, and with the assistance of the late snow the lair of the animals was discovered. It certainly looked bad for the doctor Winter Underwear Munsing Union Suits Give a maximum of Comfort at a min imum of Expense. They combine per fection of fit with reasonableness of price. They are easy to put on, al ways stay in place and satisfy perfectly the demand of the public for a per fect fitting combination garment at popular prices. Agents for the Celebrated LEWIS UNDERWEAR ~~55 - -S for awhile, but with the assistance of a rifle and an automatic pistol be succeed. ed in killing the two lions. Orr secured help from the ranch and both animals were skinned, and the hides will soon be brought to Dillon for remounting. They are said to be among the biggest ever secured in the state. W. GUY LANDERS IS SHOT DOWN BY TEXAS SHERIFF Smooth One Who Esoaped From Billings Jail Resists Arrest and Shoots Sheriff and a Deputy. araCIAL TO THE INTER MOUNTAIN. Billings, Sept. IS.-Word has reached here that W. G. Landers, Jr., who made a sensational escape from jail in this city, was killed Sunday by Sheriff George Wharton at Edna, Texas. He was identi fied by papers found on his person. Sheriff Wharton of Edna and Deputy Sheriff Frank Braugh were attempting to arrest Landers for passing an alleged bogus check on a jeweler of Victoria, Texas, from whom he had purchased sev eral hundred dollars worth of diamonds. In the fight which ensued Landers shot and killed the sheriff and deputy, but the dying sheriff managed to fire a bullet which ended Landers' life at the same time. Landers had been going under the name of Marcus G. Cagle in Texas, asserting that he was a Philadelphia capitalist. He purchased several hundred acres of rice land at Victoria, giving for it a check for $8,ooo, which subsequently proved to be a forgery. He also bought a number of diamonds. These stones to the value of $6,ooo were found on his person. Landers was in the Hawaiian islands in 10oo, and there he succeeded in defrauding Honolulu and San Francisco banks for several hundred dollars. He next ap peared at Billings. where he tried to secure money from the Billings State bank on fraudulent drafts. For defrauding a store keeper lie was arrested as he was depart ing from town. He managed to escape from jail, and nothing was heard of him until the news came yesterday of his death in the l.one Star state. AUTOMOBILES ARE TO DISPLACE THE CAYUSE 'Picturesque Wyoming Rancher Will Soon Be Thing of the Past-Mo biles Said to Be Coming In. Cheyenne, Wyo., Sept. :5.-Out with the light wagon and the buckboard for ranch traveling; in with the red automobile. That is what Wyoming is going to experience in a very short time. It will be the final step in the conversion of the woolly West. Imagine the eastern tourist passing through the land with his eyes wide to see the picturesque ranchnmen on horseback or in those typical rattling wagons that are to be found everywhere in this section. Just imagine his disgust and astonishment when instead he beholds the prosperous Wyoming rancher hiking over the sage brush and sand in an up to date touring car. The virtues of the motor cars are be ing investigated by the ranchers of this region and several purchases already have been made. Their practicability for speedy journeys over the long stretches of ter ritory, the ease they give to communica tion between different points on the im mense ranches of Wyoming and their economy in running recommend them to the stockgrower and farmers. East of here in the Dakotas automo biles are no new thing. For the last year or two their number in those states have been growing. In the grain belt they are particularly valuable in harvest time, per mitting the owner of the ranch to visit outlying portions readily and quickly. FOR FENCING UP A HIGHWAY Robert Fairburn Arrested and Released Under $250 Bond. Chouteau, Sept. 5s.-Robert Fairburn was arrested last Wednesday evening on complaint of the county attorney for un lawfully erecting and maintaining a fence across what is known as the Mitchell & Teton Canyon road at his ranch on the Teton river, west of Chouteau, it being alleged that the road is a public highway. ,Mr. Fairburn was taken before Justice Dellaas yesterday morning when he waived examination and was bound over to the district court. Bail was fixed at $s5o, which was fur nished with Julius Hirshberg and A. O. Longmuir as sureties. ROBERT JOHNSON IS FREE Great Falls Beer Hall Proprietor Is Acquitted. Great Falls, Sept. Is.-Robert Johnson and Beatrice McDonnell, the former charged with conducting a beer hall and the latter with performing where liquor was sold, were tried in Judge Race's court yesterday afternoon, and a jury composed of business men rendered a verdict of ac quittal. Johnson and the girl were arrested a week ago by Sheriff lenner in pursuance of the "closed" policy inaugurated by the sheriff immediately after last spring's elec tion, SOON TO AWARD CONTRACT I.emnhi, Idhao, Sept, Is.--The news is confirmed that the goverment will soon award a contract for surveying and estab lishing a boundary between Idaho and Montana, following the summits of the Bitter Root and Rocky mountain ranges, This line as marked upon the maps is merely conjectural, hypothetical. It has been marked only by guess and in many instances the official map from which po litical areas are determined, throws thou sands of acres of land into one state which belong in another, Congress has appropriated $5o,ooo for this work and it is doubtful if this amount will be sufficient to complete it. SPECIAL RATE, ANACONDA TO COLUMBIA GARDENS. Beginning August IS, and every Saturday and Sunday thereafter until further notice, the I., A. & P. Railway will make a rate of $z,oo for the round trip, Anaconda to Columbia Gardlens and return. This includes street car fsre from Butte to the Gardens and return, Retaun portion of ticket will not be good un less stamped at Columbia Gardens. To spread the good news - Schilling's Best - is to spread prosperity. Moneyback; at your grocer's. HE MURDERS ONE AFTER THAT, WYOMING MOB GOES AFTER CARD PLAYER AND HE 18 SHOT DOWN. YV AaSOCIATEaD P5uSS. Sheridan, Wyo., Sept. Is.-Henry Schroeder, a saloonkeeper at Dayton, a town west of here, was shot and killed and Edward Sims, his bartender, seriously in jured by Jack Hanley, as the result of a dispute concerning money lost at cards. At the point of a gun, Hanley compelled the employes of a livery stable to saddle a horse for hint and he rode away. A posse of citizens overtook Hanley, who refused to surrender. The man was captured after his horse had been shot from under him and his leg broken by bullets fired by the posse. He was brought to this city and placed in jail. Great indignation prevails at Day ton, but it is not believed any attempt will be made to lynch Hanley. KNIGHTS TEMPLAR HOLD ELECTION OF OFFICERS Richard Wearing of Butte Made Right Eminent Commander--Other Local Men Secure Offices. sPEt'IAL TO THE INTEr MOUNTAIN. Helena, Sept. is.-Royal Arch Masons of prominence from all over the state are gathered here today attending the 14th annual convocation of the grand chapter. Tomorrow the grand lodge of the Free and Accepted Masons will hold its 3nd annual communication in this city. Last evening the s6th annual conclave of the grand commnandery, Knights Templar, closed with the conferring of degrees on several candidates and the serving of a banquet. The comtmandery elected the fol lowing officers for the ensuing year: Richard Wearing of Butte, right eminent commander; F. I). Jones of Helena, vice eminent deputy grand commander ; Emil H. Renisch of Butte, eminent grand gen cralissinmo; J. Benton Leggat of Butte, emi nent grand captain general; A. D. Mc Donald of Kalispell, eminent grand senior warden; D. H. McCall of Livingston, emi nent grand junior warden; Henry D. Par chen of Helena, eminent grand treasurer, re-elected for the 16th time; Edward D. Neill of Helena, eminent grand recorder; Rev. Frank II. Iewis of Bozeman. eminent grand prelate; I'. II. Moss of Hillings, emi nent grand standard bearer; Isaac Baker of Billings, eminent grand sword bearer; Richard Loockey of Helena, eminent grand warder. MYSTERIOUS ROBBERY OF MAIL BAGS FROM HUMP Someone Who Was Familiar With the Service Must Have Rifled the Bags-Is No Suspect. Grangeville, Idaho, Sept. 15.-No trace of the robbers who rifled the Hump mail has been discovered. The authorities have maintained a strict watch for suspi cious parties, but no one has been arrested. The case is regarded as one of the strangest in the criminal history of this section. The Hump mail was robbed at Moore's camp while on its way in from Grange ville. It was the mail that left here last Friday morning. The driver, George Camp, left the snail on the wagon while he and the passengers went in for dinner. While they were away and the wagon was stand ing at the barn, some one cut open the mail pouch, took out the registered package and made away with it. Just what was in the package will not be known until the own ers or senders of the package send in their claims to the postollffice. No other mail was disturbed, according to the word tele phoned out here, and nothing touched in the way of baggage or express. No trace has been found of tie thief. It was a bold rubbery, for the wagon is never left alone for nmare than a very few minutes, and there would be constant danger of some one seeing a stranger. No one had been seen around that could have done the deed. It must have been clone by some one very familiar with the habits of the stage, some one who knew just what he wanted and how to get it without losing any time or showing himself. HOW'S THISI We. offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props.,Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last is years, and believe himn perfectly honorable in all business transactions, and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price, 75c per bottle. Sold by all druggists. T'estimon ials free. Hall's Family Pills are the best. TO LAY LINE TO WHITEFISH Great Northern Will Extend Road From the Junction. Kalispell, Sept. Is.-T'he Great Northern Railroad company is preparing to lay ties and rails from the junction near Columbia Falls to Whitefish, and expect to have the work done by the time snow flies. To this end several car loads of ties and steel rails have been sidetracked at the Falls and more are expected to arrive soon. It is their intention to winter at White fish and they wish to have the line con structed to that point as soon as possible, BOZEMAN SCHOOLS OPENED Large Attendance Expected at the Gal latin High School. Bozeman, Sept. 15.-The public schools opened yesterday. Among the new mem bers of the faculty are Ernest J. Parker, instructor in science, and Miss Mignon Quaw to instruct in English and Latin. Besides the 13o remaining students in the high school, about 3o grammar school graduates and a large number from other schools outside the city will enter the courses., DALY ESTATE IS PLAINTIFF Asks Refund for $147,000 Paid Ife as Inheritance Tax. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS, Salt Lake, Sept, Is.--A demand has been made upon Internal Revenue Col lector Callister of this city by the repre sentatives of the Marcus Daly estate of Montana for a refund of $147,o00, paid to the government as an inheritance tax on the estate. It is claimed that the estate is not sub ject to the tax, as it does not come within the provisions of the government inherit ance tax law. The matter will be referred to Commissioner Yerkes at Washington for a decision. CO-OPERATIVE IRRIGATION CANAL NEAR BIG TIMBER Big Timber, Sept. 1s.-A number of ranchmen in the country south and east of town are acting in co-operation on a proposed survey for a large irrigation canal, which, if built, will carry water for the reclamation of from ao,noo to aS,ooo acres of arid land. It is proposed to run a survey from a point about to miles south of here on the Boulder river across the bench to Dry creek and thence down into the flat through which flows a small stream known as Deer creek. The route of the proposed survey covers IS or .o miles. Along this route are sev eral ranches which thrive under what little water can be obtained from the small creeks, but much the greater portion of the land is totally arid. All that is needed to makr it as productive as any land in the county is water, which, it is claimed, can be had by tapping the BIoulder river. It is the intention to begin the work of running the survey within a few days, so as to complete the preliminary work this fall, if Ipo. iltle. Filings have been made in considerable numbers on land along the route of the big ditch. The entry men all expect to join in the promotion of the project. Mlany others have signified their intention of se curing land and if the route is found feu.iible the canal is said to be almost a Certainty. ECZEMA, NO CURE, NO PAY. Your drlggist wilt refund )oar money if .AZ() olNKTMFNT fails to cure Ringworm Terter, t(ld Uleers and Sures PIiples and Blackheads on the face, and all skin diseases. So cents. MINOR HAPPENINGS IN THE TREASURE STATE Moss to Be Umpire. Helena, Sept. IS.-Capt. James A. Moss of the Twenty-fourth infantry, stationed at Fort Harrison, has been ordered to Fort Riley, Kan.. to act as one of the unmpires in the war game to be conducted there. Captain Moss is well known in Montana. Several years before the Spanish-American war. while stationed at Fort ,Missoula, he achieved prominence taking a bicycle de tachment on a t,ooo-mile ride. Bridge Contracts Awarded. StI'it'IAI. TO THE INTER MOUINTAIN. IMissoula, Sept. i5.-O. E. Peppard was awarded a contract to build three bridges between cle iHorgia and Saltese yesterday. A contract was let to David Graham to build approaches to the IHttchhous bridge. Other bids for the construction of bridges over Trout and Beaver creeks were re jected. Continuance Granted. R('PiCIAI. TO Ttl IN'TrR MII0'NTAIN. Iillings, Sept. iS.-Judge l.nud con velnedl court after a recess of several dlays. In the case of the state against Fred Shaw the defense asked for a con tinulance until witnesses could be had. This was granted. Mrs. M. 8. Miller Dead. SPF<lAI. TO TIlE INTER MO(UNTAIN. lielena. Sept. tI.-Miss Margaret S. Miller dlied at her home in the Hlarvey block last evening. She is the sister of Mrs. J. II. McFarland and of Samuel Miller of this city. Funeral will take place tomnorrow. Miss Lavelle Dead. SPEC('IAI. TO TillE INTE'I M.I(ONTAIN. Billings, Sept. 15.-Mrs. Michael l.a velle of this city died here today at the family residence in Montana avenute. She leaves a h; thbanJd and three small clil dren. The funeral will take pla;ce tounor ow morning. Must Pay License. Ichlen,. Sept. s1.--First Assistanlt Attor ney ;enteral Franlk W. Mettler hias ren dered an opinion declaring that state fair concessionaries who will sell ,go lds will have to ptay the regular state and co.unty li ccnses to do so. Charles Mcintosh Insane. S~I'IAt. 'TO 'rill: INTER MOI'NrAIN. t;r'eat Falls, Sept. 15.--(Charles Mc Intslih, son of Mrs. McIntosh of this city, was yesterday judged insane by the cont missioners. HEAVY SNOW IN WYOMING Fall of 18 Inches in 24 Hours is Re corded at Laramie. IIY ASSOAT('EIA' PREI'SS. 'heytlnne, Wyo., Sept. I5.-A heavy snow storm has been in progress here since Sunday and shows no indication of abating. A great deal of snow has fallen, but it melts almost as soon as it strikes the groun]d. From .Laramie comes reports of a fall of 1s inches of snow during the past 24 hours. Telephone and electric wires were broken by the weight of the snow and last night the city was in darkness. tReports from the country state that the grain crop in Albany county has been ruincd. "* COPY" 111%" a DESIGNED BY THE BEST ARTISTS, How can the wall paper and borders we exhibit be other than the choicest? Of course there's simething in the manufacture; but we buy from the beat makers, and see to it that the designs are new and attractive; hence our ability to please you at any season. CARDER WALL PAPER CO. C. V. FRANZMAN, Prep, isq W. Park St., King Blk. 'Phone so6. PARLOR CARPEI Opening Specials 95' *Opening Price 94 A Yard For Our New Styles in A Yard Brussels, Axminster -AND High Pile Velvet earpets Q10 Rolls of Matchless Weaves See East Show Window Display A Yard Today A Yard Commencing Monday morning, to start the season's selling, we shall offer you the choice of 4o rolls, comprising many patterns of each of the above weaves at Ninety-five Cents ...A Yard... For first choice and a splendid bargain, be sure and call at once. For the largest and best select ed stock of floor coverings in all reliable grades, call at any time and you will not be disappointed. Remember, we are Price Regulators on Floor Coverings. Mall Us Your Orders--We Pay the Freight. Brownfield=Canty Carpet Co. 48 to 54 West Park. 41 to 43 West Galena Street, Butte. GETS WRONG BOTTLE ED GRINFELL TAKES A DOSE OF CARBOLIC ACID BY MISTAKE WILL LIVE. Virginia City, Sept. 5S. Whent Ed I;riufell of L.auri,. a. piu eller reiident of the county, 70 years of age, reached fromtl his bed for a bottle of rou1lh syrup last night, he got a bottle of carbolic acid by mistake¢.Iefore hi' disovered his mistake he Iad swallowed euit. tilall alt ounce' of thIe fiery poison. Hlis cries brought assistanle and the ordinary antidlltes were administered penditng thile arrival of l)r. Mahoney from Virginia (City. I)r. Mahlloney suplldlemtctt 'dA the excellent firt trealtment and today the oldl gentllemanlll is resting easily. IeIc will recovei.r. Mr. G(rinllfell recently retlIrted frllm Bulltte, whlrc lie he pelt several monIllthsl ill ai hospital, bIhing treated for an, injured leg. BUTTE BRIEFS Orton Bros. Pianos and organs. ('ounIty Superintenldenlt Margaret 'E. IL,,ughrin has a numbelllr of aipplications for teachers' positions for short terIns in Jeferhson and IRavalli counllties whlich she cannot fill. Ir. Schall,.,, (wshley block. 'Marriage li.enses were issued yestterday to lThomas Sinipkins and May el'nder, both cf Jlouller; I:rank I' inlayonll and Addie Stalffiansnlll of Anllacolnda; II. A. lBarton anld MarIy Mcllwreath. J. I. :and F. W. Itarta, sDns of Mr. and Mrs. John A. ltarta, will leave this even ing for D)etrcit, Michl., where they will re. sume their law studies. I.ippincott & I)arrow, ,66 I'clnsylvallia block, Ilorn--Sepltember 14 to the wife of John MaracIi, '3 lIlu'e W.ing avenue, Walk erville. ai daughter. O. M. Ilausg'tt, a conductor on the street car liine in this city, left for Des Moines to study osteopathy. Social dance, Renhhaw hall, Wednes days anld Saturdays. Mrs. Ralph and Miss Collins will give an IEngli.h tea 'Thursday afternoon in the parlors of the Illlnanuel Pressbyterian church, (;alcna ancd Gaylord streets. The hours will be from a to 5 p, . i and all are invited, Only 1o cents will be charged for tea andl light refrcshments. J. ;., Rates, Piano 1Tuner. (Residence, "The DIorothy." Tel. 6jdA,. Albert 1). 'Mitchell has returned froml a four-weeks' vacation on the Pacific coast. C. Underling, the piano tuner, is in town. Ilelry Edwards Wallace, 7-weeks-old son of Mr. and Mrs. George Wallace of this city, died late last night of cresypilas. The funeral will Ice held tomorrow from the family residence, at South Wyoming and Front streets. John Ii, Curtis, Jr., son of Col. J. H, Curtis of this city, took his departure for Missoula, yesterday, where he will enter the state university. ELRA KENDALL'S "GOOD GRAVY" Will surely make you . ugh. A pure tonic of wit and humor. You can get them at the P. O, News Stand; also "Spots," "Down the Line," "Out for the Coin," "It's Up To You," "Billy Baxter's Let ters," "Conversations of a Chorus Girl," and all the late joke books, or books of any kind. 57 West Park, MISSINI WOMINI MAY BE MURDERED MRS. NODEN STARTED FROM MIS SOULA TO HELENA BUT HAS NOT ARRIVED. $ tl ' Al. I 7I 'll. IN'11;t MIII'i l IN. Ih,Ihna, S ll . I , \\lwse in .%hl . HIenry ' l Aguill t'. I ll l to iI live by tIai n |ll Nih1 l, h i i h lut i fat ill hill ut put in an l l llgeil. mlgt I, It. Mrsl . Ni lhn it t h wisii e ll I l. lf It n wlilhll killed Ilurry 'iiurner in c.r' i n, inc Iliad .a '. 1. nidch, lieir Alis'iiula, Augilit I. via,. a'iii aittl wait Itel husband of Nui.rli. n l t. h alldiughter. N ele.n was cunvii.kt of anall. hitglhl t llr a d I is llw erl.ig u i5 y ura sll i'll' a l ia a ' Lodge, rsi h . l Nr ltil it, iii i II w ll iling in ygti 4i anlit klltll d ill lis' lhu lut t imutil i that rlle hiveinor ''auli uiil blg him to padion hter hushlu , The ohl womlalln had ilt mllily to piay railroad lure, s' determninll to go by She lit AUliuIt t.,, but Iiu repl it id t h ir hls lbin hliard silitr. It is fearedil that shili hias tll with ian accitdellt or liha huell 1h v iitill NFWS OF PENITENTIARY CITY Young People Off to Attend the State University. I' IA , 'I '11110il INTI' MA It 'NIAIN. Deer Lodge, Sept. I .-The followilng Yulltng ptreople. who will attend the State University, left today for Misoula: Missetes Anna Itiehleberg, Alice Welich, Mattic Scott, (ceorgie Stmtirr and Messrs. M.on. 'ure (Cockrell, Frank \\'illiams and James Mi'lls, Jr. lhe counllty commissioners last week de cided to es*tallish a new couilty road: front near P'ionleer to the new P'ike's Peak tmin inlg district. 'Today W. E. Fisher, the county surveyor, with J. K. (ihl and Fred (;arty of iioneer are viewiing the proposed highway. The road will connect the new camp with Deer I.odge tod make this place the chief shipping point andl supply depot for the miners. HARRY MARKS IS INSANE Missoula, Sept. 15.--larry Marks was adjudged insane by the court yesterday and committed to the asylum at Warm Sprinlgs. lie is a Mason of high degree. Fomerly Marks lived in this city and followed blacksnith ing, but seven years ago he went to Stilacoom, Wash., and afterward to Portland, Ore., where he re sided a number of years. lie was found on the streets at atn early hour yesterday morning and taken to the jail until such time as the court could act, EXONERATE HOLLINGSWORTH Helena, Sept. 5s.-At the meeting of the city council last night the street and alley committee, which had in hand the charges against Chief of Police Holliugs worth, rendered its report, exonerating the chief. The report showed that while the chief had worked, as a barber, he had so worked only on Saturday evenings after his work for the city was done for the day. The committee held that he had a right to do so and maintained that his work for the city was satisfactory.