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MINES OF BUTTE
GENERALLY RESUME INACONOA AND GREAT FALLS / SMELTERS WILL ALSO BE IRUNNING SOON. WHAT THE SHUTDOWN COST Estimate of Losa in Salaries During the Twenty Days-General Rejoicing at the Resumption. (Continued from Page ()ne.) Operations. The thousands employed in the copper mines kept a golden stream of nmoney flowing in business channels. Des pite the dull times Butte did not feel the loss of money as keenly as during the last three weeks. The loss in wages to Butte alone has been more than half a million dollars dur ing the ao days of the shutdown. Every day that the 6,50o men employed by the Amalgamated Copper company are idle means a loss of $a-'.soo. Twenty days means that $55o,ooo has been taken from the channels of business. This amount is in wages alone and does not include the inmense sums expended for supplies. 'Five hundred and fifty thousand dollars of money that is spent right here in Butte is a big amount. Although the payrolls in !Anaconda and Great Falls are not so large, yet the loss was felt as keenly. Every year the Amalgamated Copper Company spends $6,ooo,uoo in Butte for wages alone. The buying of supplies and pther things necessary to the running of big copper mines and smelters is another enormous sum which goes to swell the Nolume of business in Blutte. The loss cannot be calculated in dollars and cents. 'ihere are so many interests that are dependent upon the activity of the great army of wage workers, that when the total is computed, the figures are appalling. Yesterday afternoon before the news of tile extra session had been received in tButte, the office of the Montana Ore Pur chasing company in the Silver Bow block was crowded with men who were seeking work. Heinze had offered employment to a limited number and the men had come to file their applications. Inter Mountain Bulletin. The hallway of the Silver Bow block was crowded when the Inter Mountain posted a bulletin announcing that Gov ernor Toole had called an extra session of the legislature and that work would be re sumed in the mines and mills and smelters of tile state. Th'len the whistles began to blow and the news was quickly carried to the waiting men. When the full import of the glad tidings becamle knownl. there was a stampede from the M. (). P. office. The men swarmed out upon the street and gathered in front of the Inter ;Mountain office. They wanted stone of Heinze's oifer of working half time when they had an opportunity to go back to their old position. In less than one minute the Silver Bow block had been d.eserted by the miners. Four miners who had been thrown out of work by the shutdown had prepared to leave town. Their tickets were bought over the Oregon Short Line for the south and their trunks were on the way to the depot. Packed Trunks Back. ,When the expressman arrived with the lbaggage. at the depot the miners were there to receive tlhem. Just then the whllistles began to blow. "What's the matter? Is it a fire?" in quired one of the miners. "No. that's to tell the peope that Gov ernor Toole has called an extra session of the legislature and the mines will start to morrow," replied the expressman. "Take those trunks back up town. Butte is a good enough place for us if the mines open." and the trunks were started back toward Centerville. They did not care whether they got their money back for their tickets or not, but when they presented them at the office and received the purchase price they went away rejoicing. Will Be at the Old Stand. One of the many interesting incidents of 'yesterday afternoon occurred on Park -treet. The second-hand firm of Feldman Co., believing that the shutdown would Ihe prolonged, had been moving its stock Ifromn its old location to one far to the Aastward whlere the rents were much 'cheaper. It had been using its own. small dclivery wagon in the transportation of the stock, but several days' work had almost completed the task. The very last load was on the wagon when the whistles began to blow. The driver paused. Then the members of the firm made a few inquiries and in an instant realized the situation. "Move those goods back," was the order, and lthen tile work of moving everything bIdck -frnm the new place to the old was taken From Despondency to Health. NoRTm ALTON I1,r,. June 9, 1003. A few menths ago my health seemed to break down altogether. I had a complete collapse and nature refused to tutain we asy longer. I lost my appetite, could not sleep and was in the very slough of despond ncy, which was gre atly aggravated at the menstrual period. Our physician was unable to give me anything which was of the least benefit to me ald I kept eetting worse and was very nervous and hysterical. A friend who had used Wine of Cardui suggested that I try it. So I sent for some and within two days after I started to use it I felt a greot deal better, I could sleep at night and gradually the nervousness passed away. I became strong and had no pain at the period. I am now enjoyina the et of health due to the merits ef Wine of Cardul for which I am deeply grteul._ Teee'JCARDUI There are hundreds of women in this city today who need Wine of Cardul and they would not hes itate a moment to take it if they only knew what a record it has made. Day after day and year after year letters like this one, praising Wine of Cardul, have appeared In the papers of this land and hundreds of thousands of sick women have secured relief from painful and irregular menstruation, ieucoirh .a and bearing down pains by following the advice given. Can any fair minded woman refuse to take the testimony of ten thoamand of her sisters who have suffered just a$ she and then have been completely cured P Who can ly say "Wine of Cardul will not help me" with such facts before her ? Wine of Cardui is a pure vegetable extract that is so mild and simple in nature that a girl can take it with benefit when threatened with early menstrual dis ordeir. Older women are cured of the more serious menstrual troubles, bearing down pains and leus corrhoa. For the iroubles at childbirth and for middle-aged woa n at the change of life-Wine of ' ; C ardu. meets every aids in the life of a woman. Try the treaiet by pettg a bottle of Wine of Cardui from your dugglst today. up.-Feldman & Co. are back at the old stand today. Deer Lodge Pleased. SPECIAL TO TIts INTER MOVNTAIN. Deer L.odge, Nov. It.-The people of Deer I.odge were gratifie- yesterday to hear of the governor's action in calling a special session and were cihore pleased when they heard that the works were to resume at once. Prepare for Session. SPECTAI. TO THE INTr.a Mbl.'TAIX. Helena, Nov. I .--The state furnishing 4board is preparing to procure the type writers and other supplies that will lie needed during the special session of the legislature. It is not expected that very much ma terial will be needed, but there will have to he a certain nutnber of purchases made. There is general gratification arouna lcelena today over the action of the gov ernor. The people welcome the extra session not only for the good of the whole state, but because it will naturally en liven things up here. ,Beaverhead Gratified. SPEtfAI. TO TIlE INTER MULNTAtN. TDillon, Nov. i i.--The governor's action meets with favor here and people are gen erally pleased over the resumption of work at Itutte. A force of men will be placed at work in the silica quarry near here. The farmers feel that they have their mar ket restored to thelm. Big Timber Rejoices. SPti'IAL 'tO TilE INTER MOI'NiAtN. Big Timber, Nov. It .-Hig l'intber re joices with Butte and the rest of the state over the resumption of work at the mines as a result of the special session being called. Did the Right Thing. SPIt'l.tr. TO TlE INtTEsrl MOtINTStIN. Billings, Nov. II.- -There appears to be general satisfaction here over the gov ernor's actionl. The people feel he did the right thlting. Meets With General Favor. SPRI' I.\I. TO Til IN1ER Mo I' TAIN. Virginia (ity, Nov. I i.---lverybody is pleased here over the good news front Butte of the resumnption of work. The special session of the legislature seems to meet with favor generally. Everybody Benefited. PEC'IAI. TO TilE INTER MOI'NTAIN. Bozelan, Nov. Il.-The governor's action is pronounced all right here. If anyone is kicking he is keeping out of the way. The farmers, who have oats and hay to sell, are feeling jubilant, as the resumption of work means a good winter market in Ilutte for the Gallatin valley product. Not only are the farmers bene fited, but those engaged in business at Storrs, the new coal camlp, are pleased. Word has been received tihere to resule mining coal at once. 'T'lis will place a number of men at work and insure a good payroll. At Livingston. SPECIAL TO ThE INTER MOI'NTAIN. Livingston. Nov. I .--"The people feel good over the news from Ilelena and Butte," said a well known citizen today. This seemed to express the sentiment of all who were asked for an opinion. The resumption means considerable for this locality, especially for Cokedale and Ilorr and Aldridge. At the first named place a large number of coal miners will be employed, while the coking plant will also furnish considerable emnployment. Cokedale has been idle several year:, and it was just ready to resulme when the shutdown stopped all operations. The mine was pulped dry for the first time in eight years. It has been kept free of water and will soon be turning out coal. Great Falls Rejoices. Great Falls, Nov. i t.--The welcome news from Helena of the governor's decis ion to call a special session and the still more welcome news that the mines were to resume and the big smelters here would again begin to make copper, made yester day afternoon and last night a red-letter day in Great Falls' history. Not since the Great Northern strike of to years ago was declared off and the men returned to work have such scenes of jollification been seen here. Soon after the news came from Hielena Superintend ent Whetler of the B. & M. stmelter received telephone instructions from Geln eral Superintendent Goodale to prepare to commence work at once. At four o'clock the big whistle sounded and everybody felt to years younger. All who applied for work were given employ ment. Up to this afternoon 5oo or 6oo men were placed at work. Men are being hired as rapidly as they apply. Many have left town, but others are expected to take their places. The work of cleaning the big flue lead ing from thle smelter is going on and tile force has been doubled. It is expected tile smelter will be in full blast by Sun day night. The railroad is puttinlg on more crews. At Belt the mines are resumting. Iast evening everybody felt so good that a number got up a street celebration. Some members of the Black Eagle band were called forth and they furnished the music. Those who could not get a tin horn got a tin pan and let it go at that. The noise and din were welcome. Several hundred participated until a late hour anti the police kept their eyes and ears closed. Bitter Root Happy. SPI.ttIA. TO TIEt IN its MOL 'NT.AIN. Misso,ula, Nov. Il.- l'he people here feel very much gratitied over the re sumption of work. Everybody thinks the governor did right in calling a special ses sion. 'The hopeless minority who sent that protest to Ilelena are not in evidence today. Reports received front Honier, where the big mills of the Blackfoot Mill ing company are. as well as fromt hlamilton and other points in the Bitter ;<ot, tell of the general era of good feeling and praise of the governor. BUTTE BRIEFS Orton Bros. Pianos and organs. The Ravalli hotel at ltantllton will be kept open the year round. The county attorney's office has pre pared an intorlmatiotn chargitg a hey tametd Tint Ilarrington witht incorrigibil ity and vagrancy. anld he will he tried ill the district court and sent to the reform school, if convicted. Dr. Schapps, (,wsley blk. Tel. No. 16. Lippin. ott & Darrow, a06 Pennsylvania block. J. G. lla.es, piano tuner. Residence, "Tihe Dorothy." Tel. 699-A. Colonel Callahan, for the, past two years cartoonist onl the Standard, was here front Anac'onJa today on his way to C'alifornia to visit his relatives. The women of the ('hristian church in this city have decided to give a Thanks giving dinner. The dinner will lihe given down town betweten the 'holtrs of tJ atn. and 8 o'clock on Tlihanksgiving day. All the good things which go with turkey Will he served, as it is the. intentilon of the memnlters to mlake it a real old time ) ankee feast. John D. Pope took charge of the Gray Rock mine this mtorninig as foremait in tihe at.stence of II. E. EmeItrson, who has gone East on a vacation and to visit relatives in Indianla. THE DESIGNER AND DELINEATOR. ''The Decemnler nnuitters tof these popular household tmagazines are ready today at the P'. 0). News Staind, also Pictorial Re view. Elite Styles, Junior T'ilttes. Somle thing to Read, Princess Novt ltte, a1nd Imany other )popiular books. 57 We\\'st Park street. CARD OF THANKS. \We desire to thaink all khitl friends and neighbors for their symp:thiziig ahts be stowed ton its ill oulr late Ihtre:avemllent. during the sickness, death and burial of oMr lelo ctl on atnd brtother, ktiltrt J. .laoe. I':specially, we wish to tlhank Kev. Mr. W\illiams, and all those who sent so many beautlifl floral dtisigtis. MRIt. & MItS.'i . T. JAMI.S & FA MIL,'. IS NOT A CANDIDATE BRYAN AGAIN DENIES THAT HE IS SEEKING OFFICE AT HANDS OF AMERICAN PEOPLE. liY ASSOCIATED I'RI'S., New York,- Nov. It.--ltefore he sailed for Eulrolpe today out the Majesty. \\'illi;,n J. ttry;in was asked by in intterviewer: "W\ill the demiiocrats rgo to the Ipolls next year as :t tnitled party ?" "I think all democrat; will be unlitel at the polls, hut not, of entrre, those who are lnot dlemlocrrats. Those who are nit demo cralts will not lhe with the democrats." "If all agre'ed lupon yrou would you ac cept the nominationl " "I iam not a candidate. I have saidl this before. I repeat it, I ant not a candidate for the ofice. "On my return I shall simply resume my' fight for democracy anl what I shall do, cali he gatwged by what I have dote in the past. I hope to keep up the fight for at least z5 more years. 1 will thn. hte 68 years of age and in the meantime there will be six presidential elections. l-v'tn thlen l may not lie too old to continue the fight." Mr. Bryan would not discuss the Patna ma situation. GOVERNOR TAFT EXPFCTS - TO SETTLE DIFFICULTY lV AS:,)t' IAt'I' :I PIn tSS. Washington, I). C., Nov. I i.-Alvices reaching the war deparitment frttm Manila indicate that luefore hie sails for the United States on DIecenmber 22, Governor Taft will have succeeded in settling one of the most vexatous plrollenms connected with the acqluisition of the Philillppines, :amnely the adjustment of the claims of the friars for their extensive property hold ings in the islands. BUTTE AND STATE TALK RESUMPTION GRATIFICATION EXPRESSED AT THE EXTRA SESSION AND CON SEQUENT ACTION. ENTIRE STATE IS BENEFITED Buitto Business Men and the Leading Citizens of Montana Interviewed in Regard to the Tidings. ((', tinued from lP,,age onle.) a, will relieve the condlitiont aitu l giar:tt t,L fair and impartial treatment i liti gilsf by the ctrOintg Sessiont is asi.ired, 'I h, e 5 i(e influenl e wh' i It illillicel tilhe l ..r'nr to call the lllsession shrlh have Ih, citect of inittcing t t h.' imintiel . to 1. dilesirable laws and Io it spe.dlily in vl'er that the expeitn to it laf p,r.y rts uit., hr r.duceel to thie miniotulm t . 'I he . IIt the ettire state will .he oupr lite '",,nc' Carroll I h:ul t he gin I fiortitIe to I, .aliuiig the first ti hear the g.oI neIws of Ilht spec ial hses.atO. I was at Mr. I.i' it lier whiet niiews oif the govutor' PllI ti :.tiiot was rec'ived. It i, thei h'st nest I ha.t heard foir a very long while, al I i.rs greatly pleas.'d with it. I lie sit, rioio to have taken the news with a ga , .1 le'.i of pleasure. I. T. J.J..Murriay O h. I am greatly pl I.l with the tnerws of Ia sp a,t s Si ofi the legislature, alind I think it is the haliiet t hing thiat has happened il the il oi lli ttte e a lld tihl state o t l tatt lifor .1i e ia day, attd thie happiest thlling Ihiii coaul l'l ur."l The satisfactlion ofill ih . pLo h l h clf h lie l ling of the special tl.ciltln it Wil tenll glil their fact.s. I vctilt y is glatl l. Is I t i result in p.assing of laws which will i.l : lle present , on itiol is and esltab liishl c stliden ce. tI ant glaid of the step takel i'll the governor anld tlhik it was. the right FI it t i t lake. t(lorge I.rv n-it lc r tillrotr do tally iiitrm ,tI l ghlllt to resuilt iln some c. 1 tiltlt nll T tli will i wil give to anIy iiidu.al or the g:L.Il,.l crporaplio e rih ghts g iuar staiiced hy the very principles upontli which the rrpblic is fouli ,ed a fair and iUInparlial Iri tl of the rights of every individhual. pemlitiit or corpiorate. The ciloitinity, of iours , it .to be contiraltulate i tIhat a pll Itilrl te nlilg distress to a great itititirll ii, belien raised, ail that lionei,t lt l, ihate a opportunitiiy to make itt hIjitiat it rig. A F.I. ray It wasl the Salvation of th- sltar. I iti llnt see how the governlor could have donie otherwise. It ishows hiln to ll the goterlir if the state l iil In,'t' of ainy larticular party. It ruldotimidt gli lily to lhis credit. 1). J. I erltnitesy- -tlnlfittittedly the special secsino of the legislature was the thiiit the state of Monttana and the city of Iltte most needed, andtt I idoni't think anit',ody canll reasiionailily object to it. I sue very glad intl.it- that Goiverinoir loole iilt ,to, cll the taciil, aud I hope, and l ss/it1,' ~w9Jhte etllty for the litciflht of jil? peoiild f theaitale. I dio ,ot see hiow aii).idy calil tL ke lthe conitrary view. ('rI t:,inly the resuimptii of industrial ac tiityi all over Montana muiiist rejoice the pe ill and the lproposl' legislation, ii se car I. will ie fair to everybody. Nuot ly : ut tightfutlly object toi fair play ill hle tt ii[ cuorlts arid a .ullictie t reviewing Inner in ht ilprem ii toLti.ts four the blaitett o ll , the pieoliple, 1). SItilonns - VWe are as greatly r, jo.i I ias thei itiners. Our firn i grealtly r" '1,.ved by the action of tile governir In caliluig ian extraordinary itessi.n, WhVil" h, ine'.s haits beeit very tiluch tie tire',tiil diii.gi the shutildown we expect tIo tii ant immeudiate demandii for property, bolh lit,,na:ts tand purchaseirs. WVe thiink iour liiiiiess will libe very imuch ibetter tIrat fi tiy time during the lpast year or two. '. II. Paxson I am pt.aseild that IL.e rili i are opitn atit the tieni hate work. '1I1 goverinor did right in eallinig the ex ti. sesilon, No nialt or COlipanty call ib j,-it to justice. 1 n. John II. (urtis-Nothinlg col hiave iiplaed rue ]letter than the opening of tIe niiis and smeltters. It is till salvation oi Ilutte. I tell youi thte irenits were tuiildinig over iiIne ianother to get to tllh i 1,iii1; buildinJigs were heirig vacatui anlt ti,-ue for retit uittil Ite teal estaie tiiiit an) I totirty owilntrt wseri' in a stati of ivaist. (Jf couree (toverinor Totle was ii It hi callitug the extra sssioii tiLtd I !h uie ti' liis tttesmiaiunhit. I lward J. Mayer--I amut ltleit:"d thil;t thc ilites tre oplr ett. Whiiht litinesiit utuan Sisl o ? eepiiigI tiett elosel wouti have riuji I the iity, Lid i certaitily atliovu of ,-rlor Tooltnte in ra iig th i-lirt itt - i-,u. Nuo tilan suhotihl li. the o .d to i i l ,i-!t. having jiustice. WVe who are iii hii ti-- hi:uv to consitder what is lbst for the ciit. 1 hli olpenliug of tlte tliii, iini t WItNT ER IS- COMING BRINGING CATARRH Every Catarrh sufferer dreads the coming of winter, for with the first breath of the " ice-king " this miserable disease is fanned into life and all the disgusting symptoms return. The nostrils are stopped up and the throat can be kept clear of mucous secretions only Iy continual hawking and spitting. Catarrh is a nuisance and source of annoyance, not only OOULD NOT M3A&R TanU TIOC OrF to the one who has it, but everybody OLOaK. else. T'rhe thick, yellow discharge watsontown, PI., July 13, 1o03. from the head pro<uces a feeling of I hlve lu , I.. . for Oatarrh or the personal defilement, and the odor of inner ear, and have found t an excel. .th •rcnl -- -l t • ". ble. • .. ongem for same. I had been the breath is almost Intolerable. I troubled with this disease for year * The catarrhal poison brings on and tried many things in an effort to stomach troubles and affects the Kid- t relief, bu not in did me a sie;'s and Bladder. It attacks the ha at isors front m yar dand m sort bones and tissues of the head h otas war tsoe blo of a clog k. tlasI and throat, causing total or partial in bad eha.e when I betan your med. deafness, the loss of sIell, and giv- dso.' S.S. hanS rone away with the d'ie ohart and may hearing has been ing to the voice a rasping, nasal wonderunlly improved; so much so twang: No part oftt t ife dthat I can now oarry on a conversation twang. No part of the body is secure in an ordinary tone wnhere a er front its ravages. Catarrh nllakes alt thi was impossible. you sick all over, for it is a dis- r mdlono ha don me a world of Ureood tud do not hesltate to give it the ease of the blood, and circulates all orodtIt dese.rv si through the system, and for this W. F. RXUtU INt., reason, sprays, washes, inhalers, powders and salves have proven NO SIGN OF CATARnnt: IN TIIsR. failures. T'MEN YEARS. The way to cure Catarrh thor- Dear obs, Ind. Ter., Aug. 1, 10030. oughly and permanently is to cleanse About thirteen years ao I used your the blood of the unhealthy secretions remedy fbrUatarr . I ha beentroubled wtthat kee the membranes of the body it for about nine years, but since thnt keep the miembranes of the Ibody ? takin . .. . lhaver never boon worried inflamed, anld nothing dogs this so h et. l able to reoommend . 8. 5. surely and promptly as S. S. S. Ass a suro oure for watarrh. long as the blood is poisoned with Catarrhal matter the discharge of mucus and other disgusting symptoms of the miserable disease will continue. S. S. S. goes to the fountain source of the trouble and purifics iand enriches the blood, and no invigorates and tones up the systemt that catchlling cold and con tracting Catarrh is not so likely to occur. Keep the blood in order and winter's comling brings none of the discomlforits of Cat;rrh. Write itus particulars of your ease, and let our physicians help you get rid of this blood-tainting and stubborn disease. We mnake no charge whatever for medical advice. THIE 8WiFT SPECIFI CO. AT 4 IfNTA, GLI c:1)1 1g of the 2siC lll, I think, are ill light. John W. Pratt--11.s, I :ni. i le r of tilt, extra ' esion. 'Nit' ' 1%,'Ie , It,las othin ', kti ti Ic dl1111', 111at isI, in j1uslt'11I' tlhe pe ple oI the state. Ihltte wa.i s 1 t th"e 2 nly I1.1I l " itol foe l lilt- rtlt| s. ()1 l 1 i1 stL. , I.I h1111-I tre s 1 11a. I ,1112 gla.d 1 111' i fit ,s .4t1 1 so.le hl is Iare oilln NailiIl. I ho 1 s 1tl ow it w .I Ii.,I1,,', 2 in1g 1 m2 I tne tl, a - it ha l iI'. I't , tI III ;,I 1 o1i1l. I m1111 iftl d tg ' f ti li(l isy I11l, " i'111r I know IIuttc will Ie all ri' ht l i in a " .,ni tilmel lilury Mu lh.r t aI l ,ir y til.ll ih:-ii-l,1 that It l , governor h.,, (all21 a '.l.lttI sel,ifnll oi the li 'll l hIute. T e111 1 a 1 111 1 . ,1 :heai 24l;y d.2ell a gr (llit ideall o go1dI in ptlill I 'l'v 'yll'o y i .ick l i' work, allifl f'llt I'loln has lifted flron' thel city al1readl$ . There is 2 Cerlainly 1n thing wrlng ii hrll-i 1n12is. lli Ilon asked er1i . A 'hmiitih g that all tlie ' ll1 . 1 are( fair, it will do l11' 1bin1.1 Ito 1 ll 2 Ive liti ; 1nts till. right tnl go in11i 'inllln 2of Ih211 1. Nearly a1ll the l h11 ,i 111 s1at i hiave the law which is aso ght i1%'W in Mimliitna; 1the!y were confrolltlll.d with similar tilli ti 'ns, aiI slived their r ll t lil tilhlties with such : Ilaw. The call for ih -2 specia'l ss sion i2s a line hitiig. If. O. \\'ilk i --.Anilhioll thiat o(ln1 i tiup lthel. mrls Imliri ls 1 lks good to il e. \rll. alvised. iour Sii ll lI. ike llrc as ,ll. :.s w22. , I id of 11th1 , in21 ltentin I r-1 . ne 2 .1 i l. they werelll lit 1K,1 I It 12in2 is IIs icnlri1ll'. l lel l ,', h,11ling coal from W.21n ' , u,'r the ll ii elil- il11re. tlse i ll hllitnet .. W e w itl iplea l t'. ri ful d :. nui.ber of l i :ts ycIle day. tifler g-1tliig 1rlrd lof thl'e wiv Ik ltarting 11lll. I gill' wl' e aid ,lldll ti $.i,0 to p kartil' whol had b iought tickets, in t elldiiig ito go to N , vaia anlld Il'iforllii. WI. It. Mcll' h- d I'' ll e ,c ll oer the ciratclinstacs how the g1veirnor ((111ld %1.y2 22"111i l t it" til lk it' th , ne. Nu lhave dion otherwist e tha cll extr111 l.l i, Il Wl th ey ,l l i'rlll' l11r(.ll y Wl,li'f. 'i1 tIll 'i(," ino t 121 0 Sl22t21Wll211 wr r prot I l12 tvl'k i a gtIc kle ItIs L go g It d llii22 a o ir. 1 11i 4ls t h e 2il yl.int of t lloul ti torill on our rio l alt oncel, llilg a re toill I the I1. lI ,I. ,l , llcr. W. I'. Me rriman I think h , g2 vr2. nor" 1 ltioln wlias Iir,1per. Anyth i i ll to relievet' Ie situai o n v. vM. . , hw r l oi . It helps 11s like all of ther ilollautions . A sion ias I heard olll.ially oif Ir. S. al lln's orders Io' C 11t r t.i e I wired o r gll Call office in St. Paull ih golF l l.new . 'hrs teli1gl'r:nii w'r l r h'llsll i .a :15 Ii. ill., ""o Ih,'y ulistl have knl own of t it at Ilti: nal rter 11crl :kl soon :s1 here, A |w iie layid ill :noul' tllc dr1 lpot anil warehouse will l. IrN inlaNtolld. W. I. 'Illitton-ll It was the only thif:; that could he lonl" to Is'lit h' til 5ilii il, I a;tl. 1tn irllrntsely pleadsel. It was what the plCth." wautll,. \\'t- want the shopali in operate and we have got that. It is all right, I.. A. Walker-1 an greatly plehased, in fact words hardly express ly hentlimilienits, I ink thte governorlIt did the right thing iunder the icire 'anl l ll c l1s.ll Wtylian rIvlirs I think it's tine, We hlli to hiave it to keep Tlhings going.ll ll Al though il liacia was the least aifl"c' .d11 of ally liow1 they were already fot W lillg the (hclc of th1., shutdown, and I t(ll yon they iwere tickled ilto death. It is a great thing folr the state. The govetrnor is to be conmlinsended. BOTH ARE LUNATICS hlll 9 111. TO '1llE INIIt.I( S"It '.'I'Alv. Big Timber, Nov. 1 .----I';dward \\'agner anrall l lknown Italian were adjudged in /ilie last evening by Ur. Moore and ('hair malln rank Irvin of the board of countyl commissionersi . Bth are strangers and little is known of their antecedents. They were taken to the asylum today. MEAT SUPPLY TOO LOW W eV lington, N, Z., Nov. I .- The com . merce c'oulittce of the house of repre sentatives has reported adversely on Pre mier Scddon's scheme to establish meat shops in the United Kingdom. The committee says New Zealand for the present has reached the limit of its frozen meat output tind that, therefore, it is unneccildary and Inoppdrtune to' start a trade rivalry with Argentina, which would inevitably result in a fall in prices. W. C. T. U'. in Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio, Nov. I.-Thl national executive board of the Woman's Chris tian Temperance union, is in session here today, preparatory to the national con vention,' which begins on -Friday, Mrs. Stevens and all the other national of frcers arc present. OLD TIME BLIZlARD SWEEPS ACROSS NORTHWEST l f ,niomed frsI m I'aJr ()ine.) astiward. wvhihI woud)bt l| vi.c fair wrallhr. '11' rilpm.,',ite was the case, or l thel storlm ii l t111" low pres'.sstle ( ltte dOn i Iroin thi"e nlgortht awl s1irplt thec 'ittl'e (is ky ltli sll: aisl region. "illt weallhel r ple(l (tlotsI , for tomlorriow ale: Rail or so.,w with isi llitctesl cold. In Missoula. ,*sI IAII. lio IIIt las it Mlst NIAIN. I M .iii uhi, NoPv. I I. Abutll sevenl ilti ri of snolr hayve fa;lle'n here up to .1 o'clock this aflernoonll . It is Ithe flrst heaIvy fall fit lle sieasonii. 'lhe wt hlle-r n. ot col 'd. Outside the Belt. M 'li f1 t. 11 I1ll| Iv IIat M It I . NIn y. (rleal Il l, NOv. I, i ,r.nll I als I s . 1t 1 it ' 1ad1. of thi u snow hist l'dlay. It is .sn1wi n .l h le this , 111 :l.l1111r n ll with illhsla lins i, oi lit-ivy fall. It is not very rour Days of Snow. .alt lake, fItsh, Nov. I,. Ftsr fot Bass :a MIori of wind, snow and rainl hrtL It-Ien raging tlhroIuKhout lthe nortlhwst all tlhe way from British C(olumbia to 'r*.l tral Motlatna: sald today it has extelidehl itit \\)omlingt, Colorado and Utah. Thai storm is thII worst in Washingt.ton, and thlllgh railroad traffllic as as yet been ill. lpehled Iut little, t'l'tgraplh service is al lmllst lompletely prustraled. In ltt- ( ascade moun11tains two feet of snow h:as already fallen, with tle wiid rapidly rising, and railroads are preparisng for tromulLe. l.ivesls'k is reportehd It, hs in satisfac tory conditionl and no lousss are antiti-. paetd. Melting Rapidly. Spok:ilce. Wash., Nov. r . -A stormt of sIow aIlI rail, whlliis sel'nls to cenlter off the strait of Juan Det FIuca, is covering (reg..i,; WstWashington ald llritish (Collllumbia. Abloutl an inch of snow has fallen hero in the last to hours. In the Cascadl e mountainsl two feet of snow is reported. The railways report little troubl , but telegraph lines are al cpp , caly riillsl, esitrially toward lthe we't. The snow here is melting rapidly. lTh. weatlher o1ce1 gives warnling that high winds Illay le expecteld. Snow in He.ena. Ll't IAI. 1I i " lllt. IN" sIts M ii'N'rAI N, I lcleca, Nov. I .--The first heavy snow fall of the seasonn is now raging. It has been unlawilng three datys andl the fall liar bsenl hl'avy. 'lThe weather is not cold. Chinook in Madison. .5'1 IAL li '1 tIlE IN'It:t MIOUNTAIN,. Virginia City, Nov. I.--Nearly two feet of snow has fallen here. It hais stopped and a chinook is enlllilng it rapidly, so that this afternoon there is not over eight isnches left. Heavy Fall Expected. i1'1EiIAL. 'tO 'rl. INTEr l MlOI'NTAIN. Big Thibltr,, Nov. i.--Sow is falling rapidly here and the heaviest fall of the season is expected. Threatening in Billings. Billings, Nov. z I.--A'bout two inches of snow fell here Sunday and it is threatening snow this afternoon. Comes Down Fast. Bozeman, Nov. si.-It begani snowing here this afternoon and is cotling down rapidly. The indications point to a heavy fall of the beautiful. . Looks Like a Lot of It. , 'l.ivingston; 'Nov.' s.--A disagrtetbble sºsow storm is raging' llre today. Thet'p are iesceral inches already qn .th 'grouqnd and' the indications point to a heavy' fall, .Eight Inches In Beaverhesa. Dillon, Nov. .--A chinook Is blowing here today, cutting the snow on the ranges. There was about eight inches as a result of the recent ,'now storm a'nd it Is going "rapidly. '