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ARBITRATION FOR
KINDREO NATIONS
VNOTABLE AMERICANS WOULD HAVE
SOtME UNDERSTANOING WITH
THE BRITISH EMPIRE.
MOVEMENT IS INAUGURATED
Admiral Dewey, General Miles and Other
Men of Note Are to Try to Stir
Up the National Interest.
tY ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Washington, Dec. 4.-Ttle awakening
throughout the United States, which it is
htoped will develop into a national demand
for an arbitration treaty between the
United States and Great Britain, was the
object of a gathering at the residence of
Gen. John W. Foster, formerly secretary
of state. Among those present were Ad
amiral Dewey, General Miles, WVayne Mac
Veagh, Thomas Nelson Page, Gifford
Pinchot, John R. Proctor, Gen. H. V.
Boynton and D. C. Gilman.
Object of Committee.
,rhis statement is made: In ,April,
1896, a notable conference of the friends
of international arbitration was held in
M'ashington. attended by prominent and
representative citizens from all parts of
the United States. That conference de
clared in favor of an arbitration treaty
between the United States and Great
B3ritain, and it was followed in January,
1897, by tihe signing of such a treaty by
Secretary Hay and Sir Julian Pauncefote.
The treaty failed to receive the two
thirds vote required for its ratification. It
Is understood that prominent among the
objections urged against this treaty were
the complications growing out of the
Clayton-Bulwer treaty and the controversy
over the Alaskan boundary.
No Longer a Bone.
These having been disposed of, it is felt
by the friends of international arbitration
that the present is a favorable time for
re-awakening public senltitment in favor
of a new arbitration treaty with Great
Britain. They point out that France has
already taken the lead of us in this matter
by the convention recently made with
Great Britain. The United States, as a
kindred nation, should have set the ex
ample. A meeting of the executive com
anittee of the conference of t896 was
held recently at which it was decided to
call a meeting of the national arbitration
conmmittee in Washington on January ra
to take, this subject under consideration
and adopt such measures as may scent de
sirable to be taken.
To advance thetse ends a local com
mittee was designated for Washington,
and it is contemplated to organize similar
committees in other leading cities of the
country.
Durand Will Help.
A circular letter to this effect has been
sent throughout the country. It has been
learned that Sir Ilenry Mortimer Durand,
the new British ambassador, who has just
arrived in Washington, is an earnest ad
vocate of international arbitration. While
the is not associated with the movement
Sn this country, of course, it can be stated
that Sir Mortimer may be relied upon to
bring about the result in Great Britain
the object for which the conmmittee is
working.
EUGENE J. ROZIER ARRESTED
Believed He Is a Famous "Raiser" of
Checks and Money Orders.
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Tacoma. Dec. 4.-Eugene J. Rozier, wiho
is believed by the federal authorities to
be one of the most successful postoffice
montey order "raisers" onil the coast, was
arrested here yesterday after a search of
xo days, conducted by the federal authori
ties and the police of the Puget sound
cities.
The particular crime of which Rozier
is charged is that of passing a money
order raised front 40 cents to $55. Mer
chants in many Washington cities have
recently been victimized by cashing simti
lar orders.
Rozier is a young man and a clerk by
trade.
SURE INDICATIONS
OF BAD BLOOD
OLD SORES, ULOERS, AB80E88ES
The best evidence of a bad condition of the blood and unhealthy state of
the system, is an old festering sore, running ulcer, or abscess. They show
the bodily impurities are not passing out through the proper channels, but
are left in the system to clog and poison the blood. 8o thoroughly does
the poison permeate the system that every little scratch, cut or bruise
inflames and festers. Everything about an old sore or ulcer suggests disease.
They affect the general health, they
require constant attention, and are a PBOA OAlP OFL T89 Li TO ANEL
source of anxiety and trouble all the A SOLID soM s,
time, and in some cases highly often-. ew Oastle, Pa., .y so, 1908.
sive. There is danger, too, of these Three years al o a common bofl a.
places becoming cancerous if not sosimplehomenmenr l onoult
treated promptly and in the right a physlolan, who preso.ibe4 a poultice
way. Washes, salves and ointments ass seed s iso . By some fearful
are good for external use, but they ikdl, n a.rs giton frro e aurbl
can't stop the discharge or change minutes I could endure the psa no
the condition of the blood, and for loner, so took obf the a caton an
this reason the sore never heals per. sne wasn t[n swctz ooncalf ttm.e
manently. mediately sent for another phMsician,
Not until the blood is purged of who tola me I had been poisoned. r
impurities and the system cleansed limb from thoe cl the ankle w as u one
of all harmful substances should the begin 5. S. o1. and improved dapidly
ulcer heal, or the effect upon the sys- under its use, but about this time I hsd
tem might prove disastrous. S. 8. . ttsok ofpnold fever a this setr
.... . irulaio and searches tfcr in the osnl sore. .his, ot0OUrse,
goes nloathe circulation and earchus useda back seto but havng conidense
out and removes the cause of the in the ability of . 8. s. I began it again
old sore and Invigorates and builds as soon as was over the ver, and to
up the polluted, sluggish blood make a long story short, was copletely
again, and as the poisonous matter elapsed, nd Ihve never Two ysretrn oa
is driven from the system the sore the trouble. 5M. K. A. .DUlY,
begins to heal, new flesh forms and 914W. Wahington It,
the place is soon covered over with
fresh skin and the sore is gone for all time. Where the constitution is
debilitated from the effects of chronic sores, ulcers, abscesses, carbuncles,
boils or other severe skin eruptions, 8. 8. 8.
strengthen all parts of the system. 8. 8.8.
contains no strong minerals, but is guaran
teed entirely vegetable. It is unequaled as
a Blood Pnrifier and invigorating tonic.
Do not depend upon local remedies alone.
Get your blood right, and as it forces out
the poison the sore must heal, because nothing is left in the system for
it to feed upon. Write us should you desire medical advice, which is given
without charge. TH sWlIF"r PEOIFIO O0,a ATANTA, As
SECRET SERVICE IS
TO GO AFTER GANG
GOVERNMENT IIEN AND POLICE OF
NEW YORK WILL TRY TO DOWN
THE DREAD MAFIANS.
POWERFUL AND DESPERATE
Italian Bandmen Are Guilty of Fearful
Crimes and Short Shift Will Be
Given Them When Caught.
IY ASSOt('AITED PRIt M.
New York, bce. 4.-A complete pl:an
for the extermination of Sicilian antd
Italian hlackmailing societies is reported
to. have been mapped out. Agents of the
secret service branch of tile treasury de
partlllent. postntoice departmelllnt inspectors
and police operatives of New York, Phil
adelphia, Chicago and two or three other
cities will participate and it is proposed
that a death blow shall lie dealt the for
eign bands which have grown rettarkably
bold in their operations during recent
weeks.
While Chicago and Philadelphia are
known to have powerful societies, it is be
lieved by the secret service whose detec
tives are most familiar with the working
of the Mafia, that there exists at pIresntt
in this city. the most powerful and desper
ate Mafia hand that has ever been or
ganized in America. Its operations in
clude manty atrocious and mystelious
murders, kidnapings atnd thousands of suc
cessful attempts to blackmtail and extort
money front the wealthy aml respectable
Italians.
For this reason the mtost vigorous prose
cution is expected to take place in and
about New York.
ANTONE SCHREIBER IS
ONCE MORE IN JAIL
Believed His Mind Is Again in a Lament
able State.
Antone Schreiber was taken into cus
tody by. the police at the California brew
ery last night and placed in the city jail.
The formal charge against the man was
drunkenntcs, butt the real reason is that
he is subject to fits of insanity and that
drink aggravates his case.
lfe has been an inmate of the insa*.:
asylum three times following perio.ls of
indulgence in liquor, and the polic , fidl
ing hint in the brewery in a condition a:p
proaching insanity. arrested hint.
Schreiber was very demonstrative at
the city jail. his cries being heard throulth
out the uildiing. as Ihe demanded that h,
be given his liberti.
As he approachll what appearedl to Ih'
a violent stag:. Ofltccrs ( larenc-" Olds and
Ingraham took the nt1ant to the county jail.
ELKS' HOME TALKED
OVER BY THE LODGE
The question of hIu.ing a hone was dis
cussed las.t night at the mtteeting of the
Elks' ,lodge. 'The uilding conmmittee.
which has been wtrking on the matter for
the past year, ntI:ile a report.
Several offers have been madle the conm
mittee by personis owning itbusillness block,
in the city. ()ne was an otler to sell the
rear of the Tuttle hittildin. and anothit
was to sell the .Mantle block bon \West
Broadway.
Nothing definite has ,been decided uponll
as yet. It was the judgimtett of the ma
jority that a site should Ite secured in the
central part of town. where, if a builditi:t
was erected, a good inlcomle could lie ohl
tained from the rentals.
REDUCED RATES ON ROADS
The Great Northern and the Northern
Pacific roads will make a rate of one and
one-third fare for the round trip fromt
Montana points to Butte on account of the
production here of "Ben Hur," December
18 and 19. The railroads will also make
a reduced rate for the National Livestock
association, which meets in Portland Jan
uary 8, 9 and so. The fare will be one
and one-third with the return limit Jan
uary 3r.
CHANGES IN BILL •
MADE BY DUGGAN
JUDICIARY COMMITTEE MERELY
WISHED TO MAKE IT MORE
CERTAIN OF EFFECT.
LITTLE LEGISLATIVE GOSSI0 .
Judge Hendricks of Anaconda Waxes
Justly Wrothy--Members Will Relish
the Prizefight Tonight.
PE( tIAt. TO TilE INIER MOl'NTAIN.
Ilelena, Dlec. t.---The changes made it
the l)uggan hill relatinlg to the disqtualifi
cation of judges ttmay l)e madile apparenlt
to thie layien upotin etxamining thie part
struck out and the part insertedi. Front
the paragrapih relating to the tiling of ali
davits chltargi ,t bias or prejuidice agaitinsd
a judge. the judiciary conlnimittee strutck
out this:
"If there Ie more than ore judge of
the district, the aIflidavit mitay state the
satte cause of di.,luallititationt as to any
or all of the judges therel.f. Ilpon filingi
of the affidavit, the judge or judges, as
the case :maly lie, as to whomi said sllquali
ieat ion Ihe averred. shall he withiul att
thority toi act further in the action, mno
tion or tproceding."
'The reasot lliis was stritek olt was
that the co, i i:ieei obljec tel to ifltidlavits
being titted against judges before whom
the caiset miglt nit go. The IIembers of
the judiciary ontiiillee did inot think
it fait toi ihlUalify a jutlge lbefore he was
call d in to try ;ill act tion.
Inserted by Committee
The colmmittee inserteid ihis:
"ltrllillipon t iling of tte aillidavit the
judge toi whom said disittalilfication is
avorrld. shall lie without lauithrity to
it further in the action, i nt.ll. l t, -.
tciliing," and added that liothinig shlit.ull
interfere with the judge's "lpower of call
ing ini aiother dli.tiict judge It sit aind ac/
iin such action or plroeedin.
This was to make it pltinl that the
judge against whoit the aillildvil was filed
should, after the s.ile las tiled, hll av the
right, aiIi it should be his duty Ito calli
ii .tother judge who shounld hear, try andil.
ihetertilne the action. The Iueple whil
drafted the hi!l uconsidered this s.lliicctitly
coveredl, bt the cnutiittee thluglilt other
wise and it ierte this provi sit to leave
io douibt n i the sujet. 'IThere were aL
few other chatnges of minoir imprltance,
. as toll niakl the h illl consistnit after
the mire vital htilges refuerre to abolve.
'The entire tp irapith, as l riuitel froit
the cntnmitili wa lpublllished inl the Intie
.l iuntaini yest.rdaiy.
To the S.If bill, relating to chi::nge ki
place of trial. Ith jiu liciary conuiiniilive nid.
o.iy loe c'ingl. That was la:il the
time ,y. . hy. , witjrin which t.e judge
sholul call in ;-ntther jtud,, inste'al of
no days. IThe coiitittittee did itof, thinlh
.' days a reasioniiable time for tie jidge
to act i, and soi itmadle it .i days. S.
No Need of Bill. t
When lcpres.e.nt alive 13hitterw'au of
Madtlisot county introduel l. .3, rI,oliifi'an
relative to the railroad *cutnitni.ssi- ahd,
was ruled out of order hby the so:.alkr, it
i, nituiral to siippose that lid was much
diiiappoitiitedl. Iltiut lie ha.'t in cruise
to lie, it would seem. For inearly 40
years Virginia (ity antil Sheridan and
vicinity have had daily nmail sisevice, imost
of the time, toi lbe. sure, by stag'. It
was only a few weeks ago that the North
ern Paicific raihli oal cut that sectiont dlown
to a umail service of three times a week.
That was what the Sheridan mt:an re
ferred to whenti lie sploke in his resoldution
of "discrinitinlatiun" anld other thinligs. lie
didn't get the chanice toi have the legisla
ture cottnsider the railroad cotmmissiont
bill, lbut hie has got what is pretty good
for his part of thle country. The railroad.i
has decided to restore the daily ttail ser
vice. The railroad commissiuonl may come
later.
Lobbyists Are Scarce.
There was a noticeable absence of lohly
ists around the halls of the house and
senate yesterday. The resolution of Rep
resentative Cannon of Flathead is having,
an early and decidedly good effect. It
was expected that the senate would follow
the lead of the house in this matter, and
come were disappointed when some such
action was not taken yesterday. It may
be looked for just as soon as the lobby
ists begin to show up around the senate.
Notice of Self's Bill.
Notice was given by Representative Sell
yesterday of the introduction of a bill ap
propriating $S,aoo for 1903 and the same
amount for 19o4 for clerk hire for the
superintendent of public instruction. It
was given out last evening that in con
nection with this matter, Representative
Miller of Lewis and Clarke county in
tended to introduce a resolution in the
house today proposing an inquiry into the
disposition made of the $S charged for
each state diploma issued.
It had 'been understood that this money
went for clerk hire.
The resolution proposes the appoint
ment of a committee of three, with power
to call and examine witnesses. The com
mittee is to inquire into how much money
has been collected fromn this source, and
what has been done with it.
It is understood that the action upon
which the inquiry is based was had from
former Deputy Superintendent Lewis.
Hendricks Justly Indignant.
Judge M. P. Hendricks of Anaconda is,
here. Some one, either as a joke or frori
motives the judge does not appreciate as
much as he does a joke, started the story
that lie was in Helena for the purpose of,
taking an active part in the organiza-.
tion of the United Copper party next
week.
This the judge denies indignantly.
"I am a straight republican," he said,'
"and I don't believe in these combina
tions. They will see where I stand when
the time comes to declare myself."
Want to See Trouble.
So free from anything like a real live
fight have the proceedings been up to to
day that everybody who 'enjoys a lively
time is looking forward to the fistic en
counter that is 'scheduled to take place
at the opera house tonight.
It is believed that after IooEtfitg at
Siddons and Lewis mix it up with the
gloves, there will be something more ex
citing in one or both of the legislative
bodies than the prayer which goes right
over the heads of the members every
day.
Fine books, pictures, bronzes and brie
a.brac at Calkins' on and after Decem
ber 7.
san af b It .
It is now possible to get
a good cigar without
doubt or questio1i, no
matter where you are.
remo
7Sc. Cigar .
The Largest Selling
Brand of Cigars
in the World. .
The Band is the A
Smoker's Protection. "
,_ .
MURDER[DBYOBAI[O
ISLAND SAVAGES
UIL Ah., IA0I IIlll I (I,
Stattle, Ilec. I. -Sir Jac b!, IInciated of
the. Amnerican ship l.enja non Sewell,
w rckedl in : tl I l ,iw. t.rI I w. icr i itlir i t.
cit ht of her sailors hIaving lien evlhently
lv· ihered by the alI tiveL of T'abaqu ite.nl l,
i here.
It i, rcpirl"'dl (.apain li...h'ed, f1,he
conni hlenlt t- IIIt hit t.il ,ung .i t i. ll i
wttre callptured l by tiveS . I If lth ii ;i t
i~l -i. t lhe islac l, tw., .iri rnc; .d. 'lhe.ir
1s in tre l uayl.a I: alyi. la ihpio,l auttl
IPti, r lhnti .n, a I Rt u ian.
l t4-l Sewell r;n1n.,l t a tlWir n tli the
thy coast Ilr t elr I;tl hurI (atit lii n lh l
tI l diat.cuver. d thalr hi i ve.'el wa lIiak
I. bTy lii hout wsunr Illoue ghte tit uivOf
th.," later upt etti' .,. All hu ih were.
tlh for into , ttie sailOr t nY the y werep;i
ite rescue lt,. Iruery entire crew. nurlrrt
Wiit a.I.l tlw Irfor, llce thf oth llrl intol
t.o ,, ptain's ;a d th, mate', L. ts.
In t u" a Im ter'" %,w re 1 ;<aptainl llci.h',
N :itt, i Ihleclstcl', M iis at lanr Sdendli. t .
II.unvy, -lwarl; lh, rtholn-.ew li' at, a
F ilipio; lvii ihouig l, a w egr , t l ' thItR .
Ja;, il tse scant.el,
Ihe ow'lnpa:nts of the eco, I Ioa!, which
Swl kuly treated fri that fi the caplail f a
w'r,': Joseph Morrtis, econd mate;
Thma: Pickle, third Mate; Mrs. Pickle,
a J",panote womlal ; henry Adam, a
n4.{r,o; Peter Johnson awl Salio. The last
t,'., a, stated, were rescered after hard
shipi, .hey say, larthely due to the inhn
nnity ork, the n illiaatives. K. Vn
They lded on tak he island ct praial rly
ak.,ed and with their bodiem badly blii
terel by the hot sun. Thhough the nalives
ciertd for theis fathe sailors say they were
Itirced into drudgery, such a ls carryingl
wr., l and the perforo andle sincef oth:r maual
labor.
:.ptain IloelNted's hbat IS_ ndd at IEE
(;;anihi lighthouse, where the occupants
were kindly treated until the arrival of a
Japaooseelt ship, which they mbarded. in
W. K. VANDERBILT IS IN
THE RAILWAY'S SERVICE
fly AHiOCIAT1i. D I'R;ISH.
New York, Dec. 4.-William K. Van
York Central railroad. It is understood
f the prdecided to take up actve work in or
der to assist his father in transacting the
large aount of business Mr. Vander wbilt,
r., has had to handCorr since his return
fros Europe.
PRESIDENT IS _A LEGATEE
Roosevelt and Children Remembered in
Will of Late J. K. Gracie.
BY ABREAOCIAT THD RS.
New York, Dec. 4.The president is to
receive $30,ooo and his children, Kermit
and Ethel, a$,ooo each from the estate of
Jamers King Gracie, an uncle by marriage
of the president. The president in the
will fares the same as his sisters, Mrs.
Cowles, the wife of Commander Cowles,
EArl BREATH
nPld aunl. Pa.I is, Pot eat'1teOe oloo Te
Sbad odour. 'L'w .wOeso e a [ro rslea smend
rbeetully .Say t&a.l they 4UIasv a so, r e me. |
best for
Ouaraltoouu to ore or your mon ack
Sterling Remedy Co., Chlcago or N.Y. gg6
ANNUAL SALE, TE MILION BOXES
WE INSURE
IVERY DIAMOND BUYER
The Stones as Represented and Prices the Lowest
Diamonds Bought Here Can he Exchanged at Any
Future Time for Other Goods.
'I'lh, ahoyv rut r 'pr tt.m( l4 a g 'nt "e I t, ;(nden tll's Flat IºHe 'ller, mo ntten d
li g l1'% Ilill II i I I all ' I l ih I : illl I ul W ll i I h ' I. illi.ltl .1o4
dian nl.,l, tshowy :;lt, .,tls.u t kml. at siL, golo value' 75 $Y n
iv, , ,and $ v;alue tI..... 1 20.00 ,r ......................$00.00
W\V Icarry an elegantl line of I)iau ntid (IIIutLer Ititlng f'r lalio(4,
wilh cither luby, Sultpphiro. 'T'orquois or ()Opal cortlr.
TOWLE & WINTERHALT[R,
Jewelers and Opticians, 28 W. Park
CL[ANING UP CHICAGO
POLICE RAID WEST SIDE BARREL
HOUSE--MAYOR HARRISON
HARD AFTER THUGS.
IlY A hiO(ll A 1 uI'I SH ,.
(lChicago, III., Dec. 4. West Side hlat
ing houses, barrel houses and resorts fre
Uenlllted by women were the first to feel
the elifcet of a drastic crime'-cleauning order
of Mayor Harrison.
l)etectives anld policemen visited the
places last night and searchled the in
nla;tes and issued commatnds that will
cause an exodus of suspicious characters
from the territory. The activity resulted
from the mnayor's declaration:
"The streets of Chicago must he safe
to citizens."
In last itight's initial raid on the West
Side more thanll o mlen and women were
arrested, but to many hundreds the edict
was given: "Get to work; keep away from
these places and streets or spend the
winter in the liridewell."
Scores of men were searched, although
few weapons were found,
STARK NAKED, HE YET
RUNS DOWN A BURGLAR
IIY ASSO('IAVI'I) tL'RJaS.
Salt l.ake, Utah, Dec 4.-Stark naked
and with the temperature away below the
freezing point, Albert Meir, who owns a
small vehicle establishlment on State
street, captured a burglar early yesterday
morning, who was trying to break into his
lshop and at the point of a rifle marched
him up that business thoroughfare for a
block.
Then a policeman appeared, took charge
of Meir's prisoner, and the latter ran for
shelter and clothing.
Twice the "burglar tried to wrest Mcir's
rifle from him and in the second struggle
Meir swung the heavy barrel of the rifle,
breaking one of his assailant's ribs.
LEE ARCHER GETS DIVORCE
Sedures Custody of Child-She Original
ly Brought the Suit.
'Judge Harney granted Lee Archer a
divorce from Maud Archer yesterday;
The case was originally brought by Mrs.
Archer, who charged cruelty as a ground
for her complaint. The husband filed' a
cross complaint and alleged abandonment.
Mrs. Archer did not appear in court.
Her present whereabouts were unknown
to the husband. lie secured the custpdy
of their ohild,
CHRISTMAS
MAGAZINES
The sale of those already in
has been so great that we have
had to reorder. If you want
those yet due you had better
place your order with us now.
EVANS'
BOOK
114 NorthSTORE
Main St. STO
REVIVALIST COMING
MI6S MARY E. DENNIS IS TO ASSIST
REV. BOVARD AT MOUNTAIN
-VIEW CHURCH.
Rev. C. W. Bovard has made arrange
mnents to hold a series of special nmeetings
in the Mountain View M. E. church, be.
ginning January 3. Miss Mary M. Dennis
of Richmond, Ind., has been secured to
assist at these special meetings.
This church worker is well known in.
this state as a successful revivalist. At
present she is assisting Rev. Dr. Robinsonj
in Cincinnati, O.
Miss Dennis 'has assisted during two
seasons In Montana.and will visit other
charges during her stay this winter. She
will also speak in the Grace M. IL. church
while in Butte.
Fine leather goods, colonial style, and
ebony dressing cases and jewel boxes at
aolkinsg Monday, December 7.

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