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135 W. Broadway 'Phone 691 B "Vor a good cup of colTee try our Hoffman House; there Is nothli. bettetr; *I A ,per pound, jsc; 3 pot. :.:......... ... UU Sweet Potatoes, Eastern Jerseys, per pound............... ................ 4 I,\MS. Small Lean Iahms, to to I. pounds, per pound......... .. ..............15 Swift' Picnic, per pound............. ......................... 10 LA.\ It . P'ure kettle-rendered laid. pountld pailt, 4oc; $-pound pails, 65c; $ .25 so pounds............................... 1. L BUTTER. llrobeek's Best Crealtn Butter, fresh direct from the creamery three times per week; per pound ........................L25 F IA'UR. rohleck's Fancy Patent, the teat $1 25 bread flour made; special............ 1. IRex Flnur, $1.25 u pon, .............. ................ $1.l2 No. DaIkota IHard $1.2 •W heat Flour.......................... h (Il I .atS. The east full cream Iti d ,\tnrican cherse; can't are heat; .oc p .r apoulld; Meaty, rmall pit·, per pound .................................. . U Etra Inarge, 4oc to s5; 3 pounds..................................2 5 c .f'(tp\tt. too pountds fine Granulated Suigar, a a $6.5o; IS pounds ........................ 1V00 PROMPT DELIVERY Y Pure Sugar ( aMndy, I'uritan (d I (I shion Stick, 6 flavors to pound, a5c. Cream sht.rbet:-, :assorted, very delicious, 25c pound. Iowncy's Cream Cake, Sc. NEWIIR(O 1I)RUG CO., tog North Main Street. DR. HUIE POCK Thirteenth doctor of China from granad father down. Born and schooled is the profession. Treats all diseases, making a specialty of chronie troubles. Consult me. ast South Main St. BOARDING STABLES Attention Paid in Every Detail to Horses Left in Our Charge. Rates Rea sonable. . 'Phone 204 GROUND FLOOR STABLES 221 South Main St. J. D. M'6 EBQ1O, VETERINARY SURGEON. Honorary gradute of the Ontario Veter. neary College of Toronto, Canada. Treats all diseases of domesticated animals ao. cording to scientific principles. Ollice at Morrow & Sloan's stables, o04 South Mali street Telephone s. All cases promptli attended to MISS M'KEFWIltIIF SHE TOOK LADIES' RELAY RACE AT STATE FAIR-MISS GETTS FIRST AWARDED THE HONOR SPErIAL TO TITE INTER MO4L'NT.AIn. Helena, Oct. ir.-Through an unfor tunate error in computing the times in the relay race the judges Saturday after noon at the conclusion of the contest an nounced that Miss (;etts was the winner of the $500oo prize offered for the girl who could make the respective laps in the best time, when in reality Miss McKee was the winner. The judges first announced that Miss Getts had ridden the race in 44:31 minutes and Miss Parker in 44:333j, and on the strength of this the friends of Miss (;etts showered her with congratulations, while those who had wagered money upon Miss McKee paid their losings. Later in the evening the error was dis covered and the judges awarded OMiss McKec the prize, at the same time asking those who had been paid bets under the impres-ion Miss Getts had won to exer cise that sense of honor suppllosed to pre vail among those who take chances. l'he oflicial time for 1o miles was as followst: Miss McKee, 44 :28'": Miss Getts, 44:31; Miss Parker, 44:37'.;, Sat urday's time was: .Miss Getts, 8:45) ; Miss Parker, 8:47'i; Miss McKee, 8:53. ..... No Franohise for Bell. SII(.IAI. T'O TIDE INTER- MULNTAI N., Red L.odge, Oct. Iz.-In the special election held here Saturday the vote went against the granting of a franchise to the Rocky Mountain Bell T.elephone company. The vote stood 66 against and 48 in favor. It is thought that the company will not give up the fight to get in here. Wed in Missoula. Si:LCIAl. TO TIII: 1.NT..i blOL'NTAIN. Missoula, Oct. I2.-H. H. Deering, a railroad mai who has resided here a short time, and !Miss I.eota Pearson of Omaha were married in this city yesterday even ing by Rev. Barnes, pastor of the Con gregational church. His Horse Hurt Him. RPECIAL TO T're. I'NTE:R IOUN'TAIN. Great Falls, Oct. a a.-Fred Barnes, a ranchman living near Galata, is receiving treatment at Columbus hospital for in juries caused by a horse falling on him. His condition is considered critical. They Were Old Mushrooms. Missoula, Oct. l'.--Dr, W. B. Parsons has recovered from a severe illness of sevcral hours' duration due to eating mush rooms that a friend had given him. The age of the mushrooms is supposed to have caused tile trouble. Nixon Cash Grocery 9os UTAH AVENUE MONDAY SPECIALS STwo Packages One Package H. O. Presto ........................... o One $-pound Paekage Holgrne ...............35 With above four packages one package H. O. Buckwheat, Free. W, F. JOHNSON GETS TWO YEARS IN PEN PLEADS GUILTY TO CHARGE OF ,MANIPULATING MIORTGAGES -HIS CLEVER GAME. CAN'T HOLD WOMAN IN CASE Two of Them Would Approach Woman With 'Money-Waives Statutory Time and Ia Sentenced, W. F. Johnson, the mortgage manipu lnator, evidently thought he could make his bled easier to lie on by saving the county the expense of a trial, so this morning hie apleared in the district court and entered a plea of guilty to the charge of forging the t:amle of Robert Ireton to a duplicate mortgage, thereby securing $5oii. Johnson, it is said, had a confederate, a woman, who assisted him ill his swindling schelllme, but no evidence could lie secured to hIhl the party, although she was known Ito the police. The Scheme. The way they worked the scheme was to have the woman ascertain where somne other woman Ipossehssed a bank account. 'lThen shhe woula iuke the aenuainttance of the victim and atnnounce that a friend of hers wished a loan on a gilt-edged mortgage and was willing to pay a high rate of interest, but as he wished more money than she possessed she would like to have the other woman go in on thI proposition. • Johnison would call and prouice a dupli cate or forgery of a miirtgage, and the lend-lr woul, lake it to the suplposed mort'..or and theiy seeing what putrpiorted to lie their signature wottl'l ackuo wledge it. Then Johnson woult sell the original and double crss everybody. Ready to Serve. T'ily Jiltlnson stated to the court that he would waive the statutory time for sentente alnd was rcady to enlltr upon hisa terun of imprisonmtlent. The ciouirt thollght two years ill Deer L.odge at hard labor woull sllticc, and Johnson waa given into the custody of the sherifT for conveyance to the penitentiary. KEMPFF IS RETIRED DISTINGUISHED NAVAL OFFICER AND HIS STAND DURING THE CHINESE WAR. aY ASSOCI.TED PRESS. San Francisco, Oct. iz.-Admiral Louis Kempti went on the retired list of the United States navy yesterday. Admiral Kempff was in command of the American Asiastic squadron during the Chinese boxer trouble,. lie was the only one of the commanders of the fleets of the dif ferent nations who stood out against the occupation of the Chinese forts at Taku, and he persistently held aloft until a shot struck the Monacracy. Deeming this a direct insult to the flag he considered it necessary to join itn the hostilities. For his action Admiral Kempff was men tioned in complimentary terms on the floor of the British parliament, and the house of representatives as a reward unau itnously passed a measure to give him the thanks of congress, but the measure was never brought before the senate. AUTHOR PASSESAWAY RICHARD HENRY SAVAGE EXPIRES AS RESULT OF INJURIES IN NEW YORK. BY A~;S)l.\1TED PRESS. New York, Oct. it.-Richard Henry Savage', author and soldier, died here yes terday at Roosevelt hospital as the result of injuries received on October 3 when he was run over by a wagon in this city. lie was 67 years of age. THIRD WIFE OF DOCTOR OWNED A RICH FARM She Died Suddenly and Now the Huse band, Who Is a Religious Worker, Is Under Arrest. BY ASSOCIATED PR,:S., Eldorado, Iowa, U(t. iz.--Ehenizer W. Bllydenburg, arrested Saturday night, charged with the murder by poisoning of his wife, was released yesterday under $10,oo000 bonds. Mrs. Blydenburg died suddenly on May 20. a few months after her marriage. At the instigation of the dead woman's sis ter the remains were disinterred and the stomach found to contain arsenic. The dead woman, who owned a valuable Iowa farm, was Blydenburg's third wife. Blydenburg's second wife is said to have died in Brooklyn, N. Y., and it is stated her life was insured for $7,000. Blydenburg has manifested great real In religious work and his arrest has caused great excitement. Killed at Sea. DY ASSO('IATED PRESS. New York, Oct. I2.-The Old Domin ion liner Jefferson arrived in port at to :30 a. inm., after a very stormy passage. 'One of her passengers, named E. B,. Haw ley from Lake View, Moon county, North Carolina, was knocked down on deck by a heavy sea and kied. A DELIGHTFUL SUMMER TRIP. if you are going East this summer why not see Salt Lake City and Denver and the elegant scenery through Colorado along the lines of the Rio Grande system? You can't beat it for excellent service and good accommodations. Only one change of cars between Butte and Chicago and St. Louis. Write for rates and a sopy of "With Nature in Colorado." U. W. Fitzgerald, general agent, Butte, Montana. Bound to Become Popular. "\'hat a queer fad Mrs. Dashington has started since returning from her latest visit to South Dakota." "Do you mean the popular society fa vorite who has had so many divorces?" "Yes, Site has had her wedding rings put on a chain and is wearing them as a necklace. It is awfully fetching, too,-. Philadelphia Press. EDWIN HAND GETS DESIRED OIYORCE NORTHERN PACIFIC LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEER'S WIFE DID NOT TREAT HIM WELL. NEGLECTED THEIR CHILDREN Used Money He Sent Her to BSend Them -n to Him for Other Purposes, So Hand Says in Complaint. Edwin iland, an engineer on the Nrrtl1 ern Pacific railroad, was granted a deerfe of divorce from Emma Hand in jud.' Mctlernan's court today. Mr. Hand's at torney began by reciting a number o(i cir ctlltnmlalces surrounding the case, when the court remarked: "W\hat do you wait, anyway?" "A divorce, your honor." "Well, why didn't you say so?" According to the story as related by Mr. Iland and his young son, Mrs. H'land evidently prefers Washington state to Ilutte, antd when her husband came to this city she refused to accompany him. After futile efforts he rericusted her to send him the children from the state of Washington, where the defendant was living. .lrs. lBand was as anxious as her hus band that he should have them, and al though lie had sentt ample money for them, she put them on the train without enough clothes to flag a bread wagon and shipped them to Butte, where the father has pro vided a good home for them. It is said that Mrs. Hand often locked her brood in the cellar for 48 hours at a time without food, atld when the husband sent money for their support she would keep it a secret and take in washing to make the neighbors believe she was In poverty. It is said she hustled the children out of the house, and when she secured enough money, returned to her home in Engladd. The husband was awarded the custody of the children atnd a decree as asked. MURDERED BY IHUG ELMER PETRIE SHOT ON FREIGHT TRAIN-COMPANION HELD UP AND ROBBED. SPI(c:AI. TO TllE INTER MOUNTAIN. Spokane, Oct. I.--\Vhile beating his was on a freight train near Hangna.sI ucck last night, Elmer I'ctric of thiasCity was shot to death by a thug who. liso robbed G. E. Fulkerson, a companion of Petrie. After searching Fulkerson, the thug, who was accompanied by a pal, mlade him junp) from tile train. W\hen the train arrived 'here tile body of Petrie was found on a lumber car. Fulkerson was compelled to walk to town where he reported the affair. NOME OFFICIALS ARE CHARGED WITH FRA.Q: IY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Seattle, W\'ash., Oct. ia.-Annie Brown, a dance hall woman of Nome, has pre ferred charges of Idackmail against Noble Wallingford, chief of police; E. E. Hill, city councilman, and Patrolman Sackett, all of Name. All three were arrested September a7 by a deputy marshal and set at liberty oh $50o bail each. The woman allege)t that the three of ficials forced her to give them $700, REDMOND WARNS LANDLORDS Irish Leader Says Compulsory Land Act IMay Be Secured. Yv ASHOC'IATED I'RiESS. London, Oct. i2.-John Redmond, the Irish leader, speaking at Tulsk, Rosecoam non, yesterday, expressed doubt whether the new Irish land act would prove suc cessful in the congested districts of Con naught : but lie said if the landlords re fused to sell their grazing ranches to the district's board, it would be easy in the present condition of the English parties to get compulsory powers at the next ses sion of parliament. lie, therefore, warned the Irish land lords and the English government not to be obdui ate. CAR AND A WAGON COLLIDE Four 'Members of Denver Picnic Party Cut Up. liY ASSOLt IA'1 : PRESS. Denver, Oct. Ia.--Four members of a picnic party were injured, one of them dangerously, in a collision between an electric car and a carryall wagon, in which the party were returning to the city. 'Mrs. William G;ahan, wife of-.Alderman Gahan, received internal injuries. IIer condition is serious. Mrs. E. E. Bullis of Atchison, Kas., who is visiting her brother-in-law, George Weick, and was the guest of his family at the picnic, was cut on the head 'and bruised. She is not seriously hurt. TO DEMAND MORE MONEY, 11' ASSOCtATED Parss. Chicago, Oct. I2.-The committee of t Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen, have been in session for the past o d left yesterday for the East to demand the wages of 'the locomotive fir'men of Chicago be made uniform at a mininum of a' to 3'ic a mile, according to the size of the engines. This demand. ,ill then be made on those roads in the-T`l WVest. Four Killed, ' SY ASSOCI.TED PRitss. Budapest, Oct. ia. - Eleven thousand acres of Moor land, in the neighborhooed of Etzed, is on fire. The peat is burning and the immnense heat 'has loosened the ground, causing a general subsidence of' the village of Boervely, 3a 1 Several houses have collapsed and fout' persons have been killed. Troops arcs a heavy sea and died, Landslide in Canada, ]IV ASSOCIATI':ID pIaESS, Buckingham, Quebec, Oct. Ia.-A land slide occurred at Poupore, north of herer on .the Lievre river yesterday. The chan* nel of the river was completely blocked for awhile and many farm btulldings were destroyed, but so far as reported no liveg, were lost. PRILES FOB THOSE WHO HAD EXHIBITS LIST OF FINAL AWARDS AS AN NOUNOED BY THE JUDGES OF STATE FAIR. IN THE GRAINS AND THE SEED Prizes for Forage Crops, Sheaf Exhibits, and So Forth, and Who Were the Lucky Exxhibitors. Rt'ECIAL TO THll INTER MOUNTAIN. Helena, Oct. za.-Th'le final awards for the state fair exhibit were announced by the judges Saturday afternoon. The awards in the c real and vegetable lines are of interest to the :arm ing interests of the state. The awards in grains and seeds were as follows: Itcst peck red winter wheat--First prize, $t,, A. If. Mcl.ane, Cascade county; second, $:, t hrist Ilresby, Flathead county. Itest peck winter rye-First prize, $4, Paul ('onrad, Cascade county; second, $a, Edward \Vhircraft, Cascade county. Ilest peck field peas- First, $4, Mrs. Mtattie Miller, Ilelena; second, $., Anton Brass, liel. IBst peck winter rye-First, $, $4 allatin coutntly; second, $a, C. If. 'anmpbell, Cascade cr unty. Ilest peck white oats-First, $4, C. II. L.ind, (ascalde county; second, $a, Manhattan Malting & Milling company, (allatin county. Itest peck timothy seed First, $4, J.$4, F. (;th. .o.n, Great Falls; second, $a, Edward l'eterson, Great Falls. Ilest peck flaxseed-First, $4, Christ Prestby, KalispIell; second, $-, ;allatin county. Ilest peck two-row barley -:irst, $4, Manhat. tant Malting & Milling company, Gallatin c~utnty; second, $j, Nash Itros., Bozeman. llest peck six-row barley- First, $4. Manhat. tan Malting & Milling company, Gallatin rcounty; second, $a, C. II. (ampbell, Cascade. Ilest collection of grains and seeds--First, $lo, Christ Prestby, Flathead county; second, $5, W. M. Smith, Cascade county. Ilest three samples of grain from one farm First, $s, Manhattan Malting & Milling conm pIny: second, $j, W. M. Smith, Cascade. Ilest yellow corn --First, $3, Yellowstone Srtunly; second, $i, W. V. Talbot, Cascade cctunty. Ilest a2 years of whlit flint corn-First, $3, Dawson cotnty; second, $2. Cascade county. Itcst 2o years of any other variety-First, $3. liesper farm, Yellowstone county; second, V$, W. S. Thompson, lBroadwater county. IHest and most meritorious display of corn- First, $5, Yellowstone coutly; second, $2, W. V. Talbut, Cascade cotunty. In the forage crops and sheaf exhibit the a.enlds made were: Best bale of alfalfa hay--First prize, $5, T'homast Williams. llroadwater county; second, $:, Yellowstone county. Itcst bale of timothy-First prize, $5, C. C. Willis, Plains. heat bale of bluejoint-First prize, $5, James l)oherty, Townsend; second, $a, Thomas Wilt liams, JIadersburg. Ilest balt upland hay--First, $5, John Do. herty, Broadwater county. ltest red winter sheaf wheat in sheaf-First prize, $f. Thomas Konig, Flathcad county; seondl, $st, Charles E. Lippert, Broadwater county. Best sheaf white spring wheat-First prize, $s, G;allatin county; second, $t, llroadwater cotunty. Best sheaf fall rye-First prize, $2, Manhat tan Mealting & ZMilling company; seconi. $t, Cascade county. Best exhibit threshed wheat-First premium, $4, C. It. Lindth, Great Falls. Best peck spring wheat, $4-Paul Conrad, Great Falls. Best peck of winter wheat, $4-A. II. McMil lan, Great Falls. lest peck of timothy seed, $4-J. C. Gibson, Great Ialls. Second best collection of grains and seeds, $5--\\'. . Smith, Great Falls. Second best peck of rye, $2-C. I1. Campbell, Great Falls. Second best peck of timtothy, $2-Ed Peter. son, Kirlby. Second best peck of sixrutw barley, $S---C. It. Campbell. Great Falls. .argest squash, $s--\\'illiamn Craig, Craig. Ile.t cauliflower, $3- 1.. l'feis.ter. Great Falls. Second best yellow corn, $:--W\. N. Talbot, lticeville, Second best rice corn, $-\V. N. Talbot, Iticcville. Second best collection of corn, $2--W\. N. Talbot, Ricevillc. Half peck of Wjden peas, $t-\V. N. Talbot, Riceville. lhest sheaf spring rye-First prize, $2, Man. hattan Malting & Milling company; second, $t, Itroadwater county. Ilest sheaf of two-row barley--First prize, $2, W. M. Smith, Cascade county; second, \\. V. Talbout, l(iceville. Ileat sheaf of six-row harley'-First, $2, W. SM. Smith, Cascade county; second, t, Nasit troms., (;allatin county. litst sheaf of white oats--First prize, $-, C. Morris, lroadwater county. Ilcet sheaf of flax--First prize, $2, Cascade tltclnty; second, $I, D)awson contttty. llest sheaf of clover-l:irst prize, $2, Flat rhead county; secontd. $ft, Itrondwater county. Ilest sleaf of blue joint hIay--First pIrize, $S, ltoatdwater county; second, $r, John )olhecrty, Irontsdwater county. Itest sheaf of Bromus Inermuts-First prize, $2, J. C'. Sttuart; second,, ft. Manhattan Malt. ing & Milling coalpatly, (;allatin county. Ilest shleaf of ntillet-first pIrize, $a, I. D. t'l),tnnell, Yellowstone county. Ilest assorttment of forage pIlants grown by tne exlibitor--lirst plriae, $.o, Yellowetote rotnty; second, $Iro, IBroadwater county. llest display and largest variety of forage rops grown by one exhibitor witthout irriga. tIoan--Flrst prize, $ao, Cascade county; second, $sto, Flathead county. Vegetable Awards. BIest display of rutabagas--First prize, $3, James Smith, Flathead county; second, $i, IDawson county. Biest display six carrots for table-First prize, $j., lrs. E. Anderson, Somers; second, $r, ;George i". McFadden, Townsend. Rest display of onions, all varieties-Flirst prize, $g, J. J. Davis, Billings; second, $j, J. 1). Hayes, 1ast Helena. lest peck red onions--First, $3, J. D. Hayes, East Helena; second, $i, Mrs. Mattie Miller, lclcna. Itest peck yellow onions-J. J. Davis, Yel. INSOMNIA "I have beensoingVse lnl eret for Insomnia, with beat for sai Phave labPokQOTut OIN O N IGood, aseatid to aone or your monety ak ors, teerllng Remedy Co., hcavego or tN.Y. g ANnua sulest MLuout es ANNUAL SALE; TEN MILLION BOLE--_ CRUSHES OUT THE LIF ia The most loathsome and replsive of all living things is the serpent, and the vilest and most degrading of all human diseases is Contagious Blood Poison. The serpent sinks its fangs into the flesh and almost Instantly the poison passes through the entire body. Contagious Blood Poison, beginning with a little ulcer, soon contaminates every drop of blood and spreads throughout the whole system. Painful swellings appear in the groins, a red rash and copper colored splotches break out on the body, the mouth and throat become ulcerated, and the hair and eye brows fall out but these symptoms are mild compared to the wretchedness and suffering that coine in the latter stages of the disease when it attacks the bones and more vital parts of the body. It is then that Contagiones Blood Poison is seen In all its hideous ness. The deep eating abscesses and sickening ulcers and tumors show the whole system is corrupted and poisoned, and unless relief comes soon this serpent disease tightens its coill and crushes out the life. The only antidote for the awful virus is S. S. S. It is aatuea a semedy com osed entirely of vegetable ingredients. S. 8. Sadestroys every vestige of the poison, purifies the blood and removes all danger of transmitting the Ss t awful taint to others. Nothing else will do this. Strong mineral remedies, like mercury and potash, dry up the sores and drive in the disease, but do not cure permanently. Send for our home treatment book and write us if in need of medical advice or special information. This will cost you nothing. wrE SWIFT 1ePOIFOOO., ATLANTA, IeA A eOMPLETE STOCK Guns, Rifles and Ammunition Your Patronage Solicited. Hardware Anaconda Copper Department Mining Co. Butte, Montana lowatone county; second, $S, Dawson county. Ilest half peck white onions--lirst, $3, J. J. Davis, Billings; second, N. P. Esseas, Uoze nman. Six best winter radishes-First, $3, $,George IHeterline, Plains. Best summer radishes-First prize, $3, Mrs. Emma HIutchison, Somers. liest six parsnips-First prize, $S. Amos Iluck, Stevensville; second, $S, George C. Mc Fadden. "Itebt six sugar heets-First prize, $3, Tiheo. dlore Koeny, Kalispell; second, $s, 1. D. t'Donnell, Billings. lest six red mangelwunzels-First prize, $5, William D)orcett, Missoula; second, $a, Cas. cade county. Best six turnip beets-First, $3, Joseph Ilet. crline, Plains; second, $S, George Paul, Iolt. Hest six stock carrots-First prise, $3, Charles Ujork, Ilott; second, $t, H. Gleason, Corvallis. Blest six horseradish-First prize, $3, Man hattan Malting & Milling company. hest six long table beets-First, $3, Jack Perkins, Carlton. I.argest and best collection of potatoes First, $s., Gilman Riggs, East Helena; second, $7. W. V. Talbot, Riceville. Largest and best display of root crops, all varieties, not less titan three of each variety, grown by one exhibitor--First, $35, W. B. Tal bhot, Riceville; second, $7, J. Perkins, Canton. Best display of muskmnelons-d-.rst, $7, E. Cardwell, Billings. Six largest muskmelons-First, $4, E. Card well, Itillings. Six largest and best watermelons-First, $4, E. Cardwell, BIillings. lBest display of watermelons, not less than four varieties-First, $7, ,. Cardwell, Billings. Iesat peck purple tomatoes--First, $3, $3 . '. Brewer, Lewis & Clarke county; second, $s, (;corge Murr. Hillings. HIest peck red tomatoes-First, $3, George Murr, Billings; second, $r, Z. T. Brewer, Lewis and Clarke county. liest peck yellow tomatocs-First, $3, George Mlurr, Billings; second, $i, Z. T,. Brewer, L.cwis and Clarke county. IBest collection of tumntoes grown by one exhibitor, six varieties--First, $So, George lurr. tillings. Ilest half peck garden peas-First, $3, 11. F. .idolpth, Canyon Creek, Lewis and Clarke county: second, $S, W. V. Talbot, Riceville, (a:,cade county. Blest display of celery-First, $6, J. J. D)avis, Itillings; second, $3, Mr. \Vickharce, Twin Bridges, Ilest half peck lima beans, germ shcll-First, $3, E. F. Mann, Hlighwood. Best halt peck navy beans-First, $3, J. J. Dinjers. Blest half peck kidney beans-First, $3,J J. Datlay. K1irby. hleat six red cabbages-First, $3, Jacob itch der, Missoula; second, $s, Jacob Rehder. Best six heads of early cabbage-First, $3, J. J. Davis, Dillings; second, ;r, J. J. Davis, Billings. ]lest display of is stalks of celery-First, $4, Jacob Rehder, Missoula. Best display of three marrow squashes-First, $3, Z. T. Brewer, Cottonwood, Lewis and Clarke county; second, $i, Lester Brooks, Plains. ]Best three heads of late cabbage-First, $3, George Ileterline; second, $I, J, D. lhayes, East lHelena. Largest pumpkin-First, $S, Warren Craig, Craig; second, $S, 1. D. O'Donnell, Billings. Largest three field pumpkins-First, $3, 1H. (;leason, Corvallis. Three largest squash-Firrst, $, II. Gleason, Corvallis. Ilest display three Hubbard squashes-First, $3, Z. Br. hewer, Lewis and Clarke county; second, $r, Ilerman Gleason, Corvallis. Six cauliflower-First, $3, $3,. 'feister, Cas. cade county; second, $1, Joseph Iieterlinc, N issoula. 'twelve best* cucumbers-First, $3, George Nl urr, B]illings. T'welve ears late sweet corn-First, $3, Z. '1' Ilr-ewer, Cottonwood. Largest rutabaga-First, $3, I, D. O'Donnell, Billings, To Begin Big Ditch. SPECIAL. TO TriH INTER aMOUNTAIN, Billings, Oct. a.---Marvin Chase, chief engineer of the Billings Land and Irriga tion company, has arrived from Washing ton with a corps of assistants and begun the survey for the big ditch that Is to tap the Yellowstone and furnish water Jor reclaiming a large tract of arid land in this section, Schwab -Mum, New York, Oct. za.- Charles M. Schwab spent part of yesterday in this city, where he was in the company of Max Patm. He was not willing to make any statement regarding the charges of qounsel for. the bondholders of the United states Shipbuilding company, ,but he con tradicted a report that he was evading service of a subpoena, AILED 10TO SHOW UP BONDS OF DILLON GAMBLERS ARE DECLARED FORFEITED-TOM FOSTER'S COMPLAINT. SPECIAL. TO THe INTIER MOUNTAIN. Dillon, Oct. za.-J. WV. Martin, J. W\V. Pope and the Chinese, named Charles Sing, who were arrested last week charged with gambling, failed to appear in Justice of the Peace Rich's court when their case was called today, aodd their bond, of $202.60, which was the bank roll seized when they were arrested, was forfeited to the county. It is believed the accused have left towns Tom Foster complained to the authori ties that he was "touched" for $119 in the bad lands and said he could identify the person who robbed him. MOTTNER CANNOT SURVIVE Further Details of His Shooting by Dye on Morgan Creek. SPECIAI. TO TIHE INTER MOUNTAIN. Great Falls, Oct. ia.-Further particu lars of the shooting of John Mottner by William Dye on .Morgan creek have reached this city through A. L. Boatwright. According to the latter Mottner was still living when he left the place, which is about 70 miles north of Glasgow, but there is little hope of his living until a physician and a deputy sheriff arrive. Mottner accused Dye of stealing sev eral guns and other articles during his absence, and Dye states that Mottner reached down into a bundle and pulled a gun and began firing at him. He says he then did some shooting him self and rode away. Mottner is a sheep herder and has been employed by L. W. Gibson. He also has a ranch and home on Morgan creek. TAKES OVERDOSE OF POISON Thought Mrs. O. C, Tingley Got Mor. phine by Mistake. PEC.'I, T TO THE INTER MOUNTAIN. Great Falls, Oct. zr.-Mrs. O. C. Ting ley of Big Sandy was foulnd unconscious in her room at the Great Falls hotel Sun day night at 8 o'clock, she having taken an overdose of morphine. Mrs. Tingley ts .oioet8rhe best known horse women in the state. It is thought a mistake was made whereby she got an overdose, as no cause can be assigned for an attempt at suicide. Mr. Tingley was summoned and arrived after Mrs. Tingley was pronounced out of danger. She was taken to Columbus hos. pital, where complete recovery is assured. Mrs. Tingley is one of the best judges of horse flesh in the West, and has always had a string at the various meets in Mon tana, PRESBYTERIANS ADJOURNED Missoula, Oct. ra.-The Presbyterian synod which has been in session here sev eral days adjourned last night. Two able addresses were delivered one, "Montana For Christ," by Rev. Mr. Baird; the other, "America and the Kingdom of God," by Rev. R, M. Donaldson of Dozeman. At the close of the eyening services the presbytery of Helena ordained P. C. Shermerhorn of Billings. Rev. -Mr. Don aldson propounded the constitutional ques tions and Rev. E. M. Calvin delivered the prayer. RUSHING WORK AT FORT ASSINNIBOINE SPECIAl. TO THE INTER MOUNTAIN. Havre, Oct. a1.-The contractors for the new sewer system at Fort Assinnibholue are pushing forward the improvements as rapidly as possible, in case cold weather might set in at anytime. There are so many improvements to complete that the forces have to he divided, some working qn the sewer, others in building the bowl ing alley and gymnasium, while others are at work on the forage supply. It was intended to put In a new electric light systel, but that has to be abandoned.