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ALASKA IMPROVED lOW POSSIBLE TO SEND LETTERS TO TERRITORIAL POINTS IN A REASONABLE TIME. NEWSPAPERS HAVE TO WAIT When First-Class Mail Is Heavy, All Other Clauses Are Set Aside-Dis tribution of Routes. 'Alaska can no longer be lookerl upon as I faraway, desolate wilderness hard to reach and equally as diflicult to comumuni Cate with. The mail facilities have been so far improved that It is now possible to send antd receive letters and papers as ex peditiously as it Is to open conmmunication with many points in the remote sections of tihe original thirteen states. Last winter it required months to get a letter to D)aws.rl andi NIilme., and then there wa:s sucIt restriction placed on qutlaRt tity that the tranrsportation of newspapers, etc., was out of the question. Limit to Service. Even with the improved faciliti.s there are now certain restrictions nowing to the vast stretches of territory to he traversed by mail carriers. The limit of weight for snail sacks in each direction lduring the closed season is 1,05o pounls between Skagway and Dawson, aSo poutndls between Dlawson and Tagr.le and .Irn Ipunds he tween Eagle and points west, includling Monoe. St. Michaels and vicinity. The limit of weight oni the Valdes route is aoo potunds per trip. All overland mail now is limited to let ters, but wlhen the quantity of letters dojes not equal the weight limit, newspapers will he taken. First-class mail for St. .Michaels, Wome and vicinity and for Yukon river points, Dawson antil Yutkonl territory andI Biritish Columbia points between Skagw:ay and )Dawson goes overland via Skagway three times a week Ibetween Dawson, Nome. St. Mlichaela and other Yukron river blttiOuts. Only Twice a Month. Mail. for other Yukon territory is car ried overland via Valdles twice a month. At onec tiime it reqnuired several months to get a letter to frienlds in A l;tka:, hIt a ste-iadly improvement is heing tidle in mnail trngspo rtatioun f wc'iltics and th,-e yo. ing to the inldl tiIts ofi tIhe far nortlh may expect to, hi;r erol hoine at least owce a AFFECTS CHINESE ALL OVER THIS COUNTRY San Francusco,. Nov. IJ.- lie I'nited States court comn,i.sioner hIaiilel c,, win a decision in the aicse of .ing Lung %\\,-, a Chrinese merchant, who actedl as, re man In hi% ow! fruit packing estatli,h. mtent, to the thect tihat a Chii:e tallntu facturer wh, engaKie, in any IIl':t! lao)r about 1.u f.to.ry, (vein for tih: ptirpose of instr ti .K liI cn.plnyn, i, a l:aborer under t' ' r ea,hr.i ,,I l ti ex'lui ii a lt, and a, .t is first entitled to enter into or reTalltl In the country t. a iitertrclant. T'his opinioni., if a'dopted .1 a rule of action lby tl:. ('Chinese biurea, wil! lead to tie ideprt;tion of a largte lnni.er of Chinese pro.prietor of ci'mar fitorie,, elothtii .hops, br,,,f facts ic, :a ,l other 5sttabla1i:nnta. An Important Decision. 11, Ab oi IA I: pI, 1'i.S; St. I':aul, ov. I.3.--Ditrict, in which mnerchainlime can ,'e sin'l may be stipulated by selker, of war. without a violatio.' of he Shcrianl tanti trust law. So holds Judge SanJhorn in the t'nited Statsi court in the case of I homas ii. l'hilipi against the Iolha Portlail Cetllnut coIiipatly. The court says that suchi restrictiu ofi terri tory les,, not allect iuter:,tate coilitcrce. Kentucky Elections. By ASBhot IATEI) PtisI.4i. Louisville, Nov. t1,.-Returns from all the counllties itn the Eleventh C'otlgrcsionalt district indicate the election of I)r. God frey I-tutter. AMIER I CA First in price First in quality First in aroma remo the great 5c Cigar The Largest Selling Brand of Cigars in the World The Band is the Smoker's Protection. EXTINGUISH BLAZE NEAR A MAGAZINE HEROIC EFFORTS OF CREW OF THE UNITED STATES TORPEDO DESTROYER LAWRENCE. FINALLY SUCCUMB TO SMOKE Lieut. Curtin and His Men Dragged Out Unconscious, After They Have Saved Vessel at Risk of Lives. BY ASSOCIATED P,.tSq. Norfolk, Va.. Nov. rat.--The he'roism of Lieut. J. I. Curlin and several men, on hIoard the Torpedo bohat dehtroyrr Law rence saved tihat craft from destriuctionl. A lighted canrle le Ift Iy a workmann on a wooden box in the vessel's forward com partilnilt ca.Iused a fire whicrh tlburned much of the Lawrence's wood wolrk before it war rxtin~grilhed by Lieutr'nl:nt ( urta;lill aJ senle teallelt just before the nlllla reat liedl the mlagar.rrir " in which a qiurglatity of explosives wais stored. In their iat tie iaglinr t the II:,11u , I.ieutellant Ptartill and hi In men were so overcuome by tie smoke that they Inst cornscaiousness lftl:r the lightr wa. .ll Ioan were hIrri.d on boiard the crriser t. )lymrria for tlre.r tm nlt. 'Their conlldition is nit scriouls. 'The fire ocr.rcrredr in1 a stutiy comrplart. ntent directly adjiilning the nnRagainre :il had gbained consiteralrte headway ih en it was discovered. The place wa ti iled with a d'etits smoke lthat aftled thel cih t ,, of the crew ild caiusrd them to rall h Ilp , to the si.eel Io.r. Time 'and 14;rin Lieu tenant Cu'lrlin dlivid intor the fire i h.inher and errlm rged with Ill,: llrnrcotnlclh tul It a .Ce l ll irtt it is gl2 a.. After a hurried restr ittiion the ,ea iman and his offirer would ,) Lacrk to tlre fight only tl, surll mlllll :rg:lir tI o the smokel . Finally ithe It rines were extinguiihill e I ar l then the liertenr .nt rwa, mi i Ir . .1 sailor irllnllgei iinto thei I l coilmpartil en't aI. a rs-cird la;ter camie in ithi thie liimtr hrdy of thle ith.'er in hii :rrni.. Five ,eame'n., in a similtr condlition, were strretchhll wst on the dcrk. 111 were hur ri ,edi !,o : r ir.l thI ' I lIly , l li. ill d ry ,In 1 :1 1,1 the surgeonsnl s.nrr ir nlrurrlght ithemi ti corn llie drrlarre , to tIhe Il:lawrcre wra trilling. FLOUR DEALERS TO GO AFTER THE BAKER MEN Ncw ' 'rk. .\', . t . -lThiry fci tice l ,a r t , ,e t 1l i r d , 'a l , h . iti r , . h ' Ii:. : j ., to lio 1, ,itI w h , t ,,cit " rccils, I. cv,' tI11r 'cc', Iall ,t Lc;ia ti',c t f ,r I',, purpcr . .. c ',1l I.lnz thac.tr d,,'in.c 1 , ~ the c I ' I r:lk,,r.,. 'I hey :I.u ,rt thI!t th, hltttl r ;llt. ill tll ' Ih blit it" chcak',t contract', icr a i 'c' l',c , ''apply .ci Il wr., lanl ill c . te h I ,l'ti rkc 't decC I eC I. :an-l I,!t; . t , r .Cel I :ac'k ti.' tii ur. \\ heln the tark,'t ,,, tih' other wai y, h, w. vi r, the jcibl r, dc'ctlre ti .l bakc'rs h.lli t', thi letter of thc' cacnt'ac't, keeping tIlt s c ,n,t.nctly o( cI tIchc dtf',.sive. it i- pr.ti c. l a , ii' to tak t l ..'k 'ri truI I, th, floui r bint their It'. ,c, th s re:v ci.s; th'" exlpn"L.,. ,f delivery. DISMISSALS SCHEDULED IN NEW YORK OFFICE IY A .,U t.'IAll l HI' d ',.A, a, t.il tliln, Nov . Ir .-- It wc a rcpcrte.. yestcrday that a numicl'r cr dci 'i,,'ic crlltt rcductc tins e arc o a ut to be llil' i the New York pictufctict' aI :t rt. ult of the special il.vttigatiot into ithat tlhrc', but lIcstc .aster (et'ncr:tl 'aynle catlI cthtl ,tli cial, deny knot, lec, lat of any icncuttlile chang.,', . M. r. I',,yne said th1t illsplettsl s are still at work on the New York pot uOlce,. TO BUILD FIVE LIGHT SHIPS IIY AS. c.ccIAI ID cIt ll'i. \Va.'hington, Nov. In. -The ligclth mie boardI ha, awarded contractl, ifor the cna ,truction of live new light ships. authoriz.ed by the lighthouse oilicers. The vessel., are to ie firist-class iandi arec to cost $1 .,c,, .act. (One will bie for use off Blunt s reef, Cape Mlendccino, Cal. SENATOR HANNA'S OFFICIAL SUMMONS CALLS THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE TO M1EET IN NATIONAL CAPITAL. DECEMBER 11 THE DATE SET' Stated Purpose Is to Select the City for the Next National Convention of the Grand Old Party, AiY AsorlfIATt:I) PR.(R. Waslington, Nov. r1.-Senator tfanna,, chairman of the repubrlica:n nattinal corn. tlitte(, todaly m:aile to etaclh member of the c'inlitittee a letter calling thein to. mtret at the Arliingtron hotel, WashinrtOn, o1 I rid:ay. I)recember at. I he; call is also .tigniI by Perry S. Heath, secrvtary. l'Th cornlnitter will merct on FIri lay for th, Iurpos (1f appointing s..tl-ce, a ittees, andi Satulrday mIorrinrg will hear the claims of cili.e aspirilng t(I lie selIei CI as the place of holdirig the 11)(4 citnventtitn. Se.az:trr IIuiitna will eratertaran the tnern. Iers of the commuiiiatee at a dinner at the Arlilgton ou Sturdday night., Decem er 1:.. "I he call follow. : "The mn otermr- o I e' a!le reputltlican national enrirrtte alialr' rire reby ernllel to meet at t ei' Arlliigtnl hot,*1. in the city if W ash ihigtfln, I. ('.. at rI uealock uIn . Friday, I)ert'ether i . It i rexpcclI, l that the a:,siont will '11iti lre Satrla;v. ID)ecetther r.i the btsine -biaeair ti cr uarilttee w'ildtf t l' t hIl i .e th e im ' 1a 1 placel: ' of hohlingi th. lari r",tallican Iia*ional con vtrttiia awli tra, ..it it suh othi r lbusiness a. maiy lproperly ca'me before, the meet ingl. Ivery piece of un la'rweua;r a a:rgain rich ail rare. Si'' wh it l IaIl i'.V y', olfier at .peiarl ,ale ti:n rrow :aid )o will say s, . L, HUBBARD IS LOST LITTLE DOUBT THAT THE EDITOR AND EXPLORER HAS PERISHED IN DREARY LABRADOR. ly 1 - !AtI,) I ,191 .', St. ohnls. . N 1'., Nov :. I ', I .,nil .tl .nt 'r ' it. Hl hl ;hi j iust retllIr . I frio I.,L.r ,lh r Iri .. i, In i e f tih, ' . xl , ti nl tI.~ xp~I, thI e il'ter ior of I.t bratll . lhe alec by I." lnIt H lh ilurd. Jr., of New York, .AllI it t' Iett' ti ir, beliv the paIrty hatoo Iirickitt,'. . tIrim l . e ol t t .l . itil l t Idithin tr app ing i s tih, , iteri'tr re ' tilly visited Ithe tt. iast a1 rd i, tit 1 a . ,il thit illf the ifa l,.trI expllit lon, u lnh, Ighi the indians Weili o il li hl llMl141. TWO HURT BY GASOLINE BLAST IN A DYE WORKS WORTH $5,000 TO 'E. M II" .Irk S . 11 I I'cr 11i . I i Ii.al V i, t ,r.i.t, II. , '." , o v. t.:.- .1.1 c xp hl sion of .nitl t 4hi~tllie tI im'occ rri t h t eile I'.sih'y liyr work, 1.it ev' nini. The fac tory H t - comt plet,'ly wreckel. M r:,. .A lli ., , w hl m , cl.t-l ihlg clothes with s,- lin,., w;,s imlpri.,o el by falling tinlb,"r, aln her husband, who f.ll t h1oi 14!, the dIe.hris from aii upiper floor was riescued with dithul to y rt tlth wire hl,:lly !urnedi , th(' it lnll prob Wilyn fat l l). Mrs. Ki:.t wasl ' caughtl in the torecka. ge and al.,o .xtlicated with dilli. cutrllllt. Thr e tir " whiclih fllowd the x )h(l.lol wIa soon e'xtinguished.. CANNOT FIND AN EAR WORTH $5,000 TO 'EM New York, Nov. 1i.--1.Scarch by a local Iph)y.ici'li mli, s. ig-'on for a hulnii right car of certain shape andI size, the owner of whit-h was willing to part with the organ for $5,0o0, has been concluded, Ihunlhrrd, of personi applied in antiwcr to the doctor'. advertisement, but noUe an swered the requirement. ORDNANCE REPORTS SCARCITY OF ARMS PHILIPPINE AROHIPELAGO OUGHT TO BE MORE HEAVILY FORTI FIED FOR EMERGENCIES. COULD THEN HOLD ITS OWN Crozier Says to Put Up Forts and Then if Navy Is Somewhere Else, the Islands Will Be Safe Anyway. IY ASSOCIA11TI PketRiS. Washington, D. C., Nov. 13.-Brigadier G;cieral Crozier, chief of the bureau of ordnance, has submtitted his report to the chief of staff of the armty. The general ldesign and ballistic qtualitiei of thLe new tnagaine rifle, the report states, ;are markedly superior to those of the pres ent service arm. Experiments corlnctled a.itil te t-in'i h gun. called for in the re pirt of the fortifications board, were at. t~ilhed with entire success. I he heavy aritllllellt of the sea-coast deifences. ;lneral ('rozier reports to be in a very satisfactory state of ailvancement, tit s.ay that the practice which produces .kill in the tIse of arnmainent are tow of greater importance than that of the new tiallatiotl. ;Generral ' roxier dwells on the import :Inei, of the proper defence of our insular p,.w.siins, sa.ing: "It may lie and prilably is truite that permanent p, ssessions ti the i..l~iii, couldl now bie m:aintained ,lst ionuoutly a lgaiilst oii etnit y Cittnmalld mig the sea ;approach-., th(ereto) , hilt ill I;le vii sittule*s of war, the temergtency muIllst lie conlltemplatedll of a telmpiorary loss of sea at wr in patrticular waters an;I the neces sity of recogrni7zing attil preparint againtst thie icctrreetl' ot citomplete disaster dur il; such interval so that it woutd s.eem ithe part o"f cLi)nil'ii prudenltce to provide i,,rk., alhiIh tshutll enable a smaller force to hol outt avaintst ai large otte for a time. ' lie says th:at a territory as large as that complrisel in the Philippintes Archipelago with the' assitatnce of proper defenses for it impilortant harbors might lie blde to :tinain itself even ilthough lcut oll Iy) (',t ltling tie continiuance oii f a short war. \\Wtholut tixcd dlefenses. it would lie iim possible. hle s.ys, fir a Ilect to occupy a harlvr andl hibl at its mercy at city, as dlid the \merica:n let at :Manila in~t 1898. MONUMENT REARS LOFTY HEAD TO HER HUSBAND But the Widow, Who Erected It in Ac cordance With His Wish. 13 Left Penniless and Forlorn. New Yoirk. Nov. i..- -Practically re ducied to povertlly because theli cotlats inl sisterd iln Ihr sp.,l;ding her money to build her hushmlti a i tionuliient, Mrs. I.!izanl, thi \VWisen has heen compelled to lile a peti lion in hiankriuptcy. tier liabilities are pIacedI at o.ver $4.00i. V\ hen her hus :hand die'd it was thought that Mrs. \\'eisen wotutl hle able ti live the remainder of her hie in peace ai.l icomfort. Ilit wheni his will m.'a, opened it was fintd Ieat he had decrce.,l that a magniient lll;mluli l l enll t l.I ereaitl fir hiimse.if and his wife in Wood lawn cemetery Iand that hlie hall the plans It was fonwd that the estate lit only wnthll ie eaten up; but t., \wvi.,lv',s owni rc,nlrcev c.'nil lie Itaxed heavily to carry out Iher late huslband's wishes. Mrs. \\rcisen'i app led lu the ouIIrls fir relief, hit it was d(ecid ed that so far a.s his cstilte aS, eapahi ofI hearing the extlw-es his wi.lies III ' a. clrrild out. The innni m,"lt, nth' o 'of fhe linl,'l in \W tondl'lwn, has Iein built, :nld Mrs. \\'ciien is now worse than penuilests. MAY BE BODY OF A VICTIM OF THE WRECK iIt A..Ol 'IAiE I I'PiESS, Piortland, ()re., Nov. 13,-'iThe body of a deald ian, suppilosed to lie onei of the victilmi of thi. ill-fated steamer South I'orilald, lhIi cli was wrecked near Cape ltlaico ()Octiber i.o, lhais lbeen found onil the oceaijn beach three miles south of the Siletz river. There was no clothinig on the body ex ceplt a pair of stockinigs alnd shoes. The II;lan 'A's appalllrently aboullt So years of age, his weight ailb:iut .oo pouiids anid his hair black. 'lThe body, which was badly decomposed, seas huried immlllediately by a justice of the ipeace and a jury, it being inpiossible to reach the coroner. SCHURMANN DIVIDES THE DAY FOR HIS STUDENTS BV ASSO.'IATlii PRESS. Ithliaca, N. t'., Nov. 13.-At a mass meet iiig of Cornell freshmen, President J. (;. Scliirltl;ann told the young students how he litlnks they should study, 'heir day, lie said, ouglit to lie divided as follows: fEleveii hours stutdy, two hours for meais, three hiours for athilctics, one hour for rc'leatlioil aind tice remainlilig eight hours for sleep. P'resident Sclurliintain sail that little work was accomplished on the soft chair and urgently advised the use of an ordi nary 'hard wooden chair for study pur poses. For Sale-Bull-terriers from registeced stock, P. O. box 253, Anaconda. EDWARD AND PETER ARE ON THE BEST OF TERMS Ir1 ASSOCIATED PRESS. IBelgrade, Nov. 3,.-It is announced here that King Peter congratulated King Edward on the anniversary of ihis birth andl received a reply thanking King Peter for his kind attention. HE SAID HE WAS BOB GOELET BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. New York, Nov. 13--Formal complaint Charging forgery was made yesterday gainit James Abeel by Robert Goelet, the Duchess of Roxhurghe's brother, whom Abeel is said to have impersonated in proposing marriage to Miss Eleanor Anderson, telegraph operator at the Grand hotel in this city. Since the publicity given to the affair Abeel has disappeared. Park county offers a seware at five hundred dollars for the arrest and cunvictlon of party or parties dynamiting bidge jast east of L1A lgegton, lunday, August at STOP COUGHING You must stop that cotigdlln at once, or before you know It your lungs will be affected and your life endangered by pneumo. nia br consumption. At this time of the year you must he particularly careful, as throat and lung troubles are hoverlng around, and Death Is Near ofttimes nearer than you can possibly imagine. Only a little while ago a strong, robust young man, in the prime of life, who lived at Elizabeth and did business in New York city, had a lllight cough. It was so slight that he paid no attention to it, and continued his office work. In four days it went to his lungs, and lie died from pneumonia within a week. Many such cases are happening every day, and every one of them can be EASILY CURED BY DUFFY'S PURE MALT WHISKY The dose is a teaspoonful in a half glass of milk or water every two hours until the congh is relieved, It is a SURE CURE. It will cure any cough in :4 hours if the patient will use it as directed. Statistics show that 75 per cent. of all deaths are from lung troubles, and that oa per cent, of pneumonia, pleurisy and constumption begin with a slight cough allowed to rtun on without treatment. Nearly every case could have been quickly cured and prevented by Duffy's P'ttre Malt Whiskey. .Caught Colds Let it Rfnt Dying of Consumptllon Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey Cured Me.' This, briefly, Is the story of a promising young man of Washington, D.D.. He says "I caught coll and let it run on. h'lhuight it would get well, but it kept getting worse. I had bIronchitis, with pains in my lungs. Pneumonia set in, and my doctor said nothing would prevent my dying of consumption. "Fortunately for me, a comsin came to see me when he heard I was dying, and urged me to try Duffy's Pure AMalt Whinkey. '.1hl me it had cured him of a bad case of pneu. nuonia, and that he knew of lots of people it hald cured of all kinds of throat, lung and stomach troubles. "The change came before I had finished half a bottle. I felt stronger and more hope. ful. I wa' so flmuch better at the end of the second bottle that I could go out. Five bottles completely cured me. I have gained 3o pounds, and am today, a strong, husky man, able to do a hard day's work alongside of anyone. D)uffy's Pure Malt Whiskey saved my life. and I recommend it to everyone." R. I))RISEY, j346 Florida Ave., N. W. This is but one of some 4.o0o,mno cures made by D)uffy's during the past 5o years. It is so murch better than any other medicine or combination of medicines for coughs, cokhl catarrh, grip, bronchitis, pneumonia, consump. ti,, and all throat and lung troubles that it is prcscribecd Iby over 7.aoo doctors astll usel reclusively in more than s,oo0 hospitals. It'4 an absolutely pure. gentle, invigorating tonic andl stimulant. which acts directly upon the tissues and quickly kills the disease germs. Ilufly's PI're Malt Whiskey enriches the blood, stimulatest the circulation, strengthens the heart and brilgs into healthy action all the vital forces of bodly, brain and muscle. It Coress Idy'.lepsia, nervousness, malaria, chills and all Sow fevers. Invaluable for all wastitng, diseas.C cuonlitions fromll whatever cause. Is a prrmoter of Ilong life- snakes the old young a1I keep'l the yontng strong. I)uffy' Purete Malt W\hiskey contains 0o fusel oil, and is the only whiskey recognized by the govrrnllellt as a tioicuinc. thlis is a gttar antee. CAUTION.--Wien you ask for Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey be sure you get the genuine. Unscrupulous dealers, mindful of the excellence of this preparation, will try to .ell you cheap imitations and malt whiskey substl tutes, which are put on the market for profit only, and which, far from re lieving the sick, are positively harmful. Demand "Duffys" and be sure you get it. It is the only absolutely pure Malt Whiskey which contains medici nal, health giving qualities. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is sold in sealed bottles only; never In flask or bulk. Look for the trade-mark, the ,'Old Chemist," on the label, and be certain the seal over the cork is unbroken. Beware of refilled bottles. SolId i)b all druggists and grocers, or direct. Medical booklet free. Duffy Malt Whliskey to., Roh,,stcr. N. iY. Montana Liquor Company, State Selling Agents, Butte, Mont. FRENCH SENATE HAS TAKEN UP PRIESTS AS TEACHERS Hot Debate in Chambers Lead to Arrangements for Terrible Duel. sY ASIOCIATED' PIII.S,. Paris, Nov. 13.--'l'he senate was crowd ed yesterday in the expectation that M. Combes would make a declaration of the purposes of the government respecting the religious associations. Contrary to the opinion, M. Waldeck Rous~seau, the former premier, announced his opposition to the governmental propo sition to forbid teaching by those who had taken the vow of celibacy. M. Colmbes declared the government ac cepted the principle of the proposition, but said it intended bringing in a general pro ject of law forbidding primary, secondary and superior teaching to all members of congregations. Concerning members of the secular clergy the government reserved its course until a determination on toie question on the subject of church and state had been expressed. It was his earnest wish to speedily conclude the entire teaching ques tion so that the country might again be tranquilizedl .- .. ' '. . , The senate passed the first clause of the government's proposition repealing exist ing legislation. In the chamber of deputies yesterday there was a further aiscussion of the war budget. During the debate there was a violent altercation between Henry Maur tice Bertaux, radical-socialist, and George Berthoulat, independent republican. A uuel has been arranged. TO TAKE COLLECTION FOR CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY RY ASSOCIATED PRESS, Washington, Nov. 3.--In conformity with tile wishes expressed by the pope, Cardinal Gibbons has ordered a collection for the Catholic university to be taken up in all churches of his diocese on the first Sunday of Advent, November 29, 90o3. It is believed that similar letters will be issued by other bishops of the United States to the faithful of their doceses. AN ENDORSEMENT Butte, Mont., October 24, 19oo3. Inter Mountain Publishing Co., City: Gentlemen-We have carefully exam ined Cram's Popular Family Atlas and find it reliable and up-to-date in every particular. Very respectfully, Rico & Fulton, Butte Business college. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bearo the pignature of WE WANT YOUR. We know that if you B are not getting your printing done by us you are losing some thing, either in time, price, quality or quan- j tity. Our work is al ways above the stand ard, our price is always fair. You won't be E ashamed of Inter Moun tain printing, and it S will make business for you. Phone '-8. 5 BELIEVE CLEVER RAILWAY FRAUDS ARI I! CUSTODY This Bunch is Thought to Make a Busi ness of Altering Tickets and Furnish. ing Recommendation Cards. DY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Chicago, Nov. r3.--H. L. Kaines, alias C. H. Miller, and H. L. Scott, said by the police to be some of the cleverest rail way ticket forgers in the country, were arrested last night. Stamps, chemicals for altering tickets and blank order slips were found in their room by the police. As a result of the arrests a number of ticket scalpers' offices will be searched today. The men, it is alleged, secured thous ands of dollars' worth of transportation from the different railroads by presenting a forged letter purporting to be issued by the superintendent of the Mexican Central railroad. The letter stated that Kaines was a railway employe on furlough. It was ad. dressed to the passenger agents of the railroads, requesting them to furnish the bearer with transportation. According to the police, the prisoners have operated all over the country. Tihey employed the same methods, it is alleged, in St. Paul, Kansas City, Omaha, Milwaukee and Cincinnati. The Western Passenger association will prosecute the cases against the prisoners. It is alleged they were making a business of furnishing clearance cards and letters of recommendation for employes of van. ous lines throughout the country as a means of defrauding the railroads of transportation, Want Gaelio In Schools Boston, Nov. 13.-A resolution calling on the school committee to have Gaelic taught in the Boston high schools has been passed by both branches of the city council.