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TO BE PaM SECRETARY WlQ4N RICOM' MEMNP THAT CONiRESI RE. rMIpRSE FOR LoSSR& W.ahllinton, iP'b. 10-(lSr 1,A.)- The arr turary of agrllculturi has Iuib eliitli to comngt.aress da pIl rtt1ptTytt of oat nalprr prhl(tpt utf #4,4W to relinl 1,U.tr. teiln|rary liinlllyes of the fi' I': liertile' enmployed dthrillg the thIn of t il foreat tires last sutmmer, ln.i nlso cuat elttgte or $2,742.90 to re Olnblrs trae h ownet' for the value ilt Itror)nl and equlpment.Ldltroyed whlli s ain tilted by gvrvernment employie In ftghllttl the fitib. The latter list In ailnhitt e.sHIUfVely made. uiy of real denath of MlImanla. Inunty. , lohaltlin hI a list of horsnes and rut1Ia, with the amounts pald for them. nlot In the forest firee in Mon taona nd Idaho; 'Il,.rtmn NliloMa, ruperlor, Mont., on", horse, $70. Mi.ss Ma.ldo Marly, Mt. Joe, Ida., two horses and two riding ad14iles, Si r,0. Jp k Brandon, Ctalidn. Ida., one ltbra, (lVe pack naddlen and one rld ing (mdlsa $80. Otto WestLtli, supe.'or, Mont., two phries, and pack saddle, $1168.0. I.auk Gsa'eat, Iron Mountain, Mont., two a~mra ns and one eluk saddle, .$21i0. t. iJ'. Ktottikey, Avery, Ida., one horve nmict two pack sadldles, $69. Rnsroe Namnes, Wallace, Ida., ne .riding auddle, $26. A. II. Orny, Ilattee, ,Mont., t,wi horses and three pack smddlen, $138. Iftpa'til Nickle, HulMrlor, Mont., one aitk ! addle, 1 two blankets find one stlnt rope, $9. (Chrise rey, Irin Mountain, Mont., one pack aulldie, ono lelther haltlratndl rope, $8. Thomas Nalt, Iroi Mountain, Mont., one Ina'k saddle, on(e blanket, urne leather halter ind one rope halter;e; tnrt Ilsth rope, $10. W. }. W'lkinan, Superior, Mont., on, hirie, $101. A. I'. uJohnson, .laewrlor, Mont., qne ba'e, $7S. W. (1. Cave, Ovando, Mont., one horw., $2=. I.. IJ. ahon., hogX 65, Misnoula, Mont.,.one ihore, $22. II. P. Barringer. Iron Mountain, Mont., two pack seaddtle, one blanket and four eontrta einetta, $16, Thomas l i enIngelr, Superior, Mont., two horses, $155. W\'ltur Test, Irop Mountain, Mont., one horse, $70. IE. :. Bennett, Ovando, Mont., riding aiddle, blalkets andl bridle, $80. John Morritorn, Wallacle, Ida., onet mhre and riling aoddle, $19;. Gekorge H. W.aldhlllllg, Woodewrth, Mtnit.. 10 horses. 11 tpack ai dllut, 11 atlforjui, 11 Ilntl ril.si , 6 leattwr haite'rs, one riding titddlie and one Slhi.'lnig oltfll, $149. WiHlta lat.'inimbo, Superior, Mont., two horse,. two riding ,ulddlent, slx bltnlkets, two halters, two IIrldle, four Ipu'c atddlles tan t four lwah rnpels, $262, (heonry t R. lCol, u tevensvlle, Ida., three lu ie $87i6. Total, ý.90. SALT Pl PiSNER ST0 I BUlON HilEt Rait llke City, Feb. t0,--Tlhree Idaysn nvetigatlnon into tile reprd it prisoner nll lodged In the city jail, who was arrested here on Monday last with Ille wife, tnat ctnvinced thi e necret servler agentts of tlhe government that the mtan l nolt C(lllrles McCabeb, thel nnme he giIve the as iltie, bat Is In reaullty '. A. Iiiyrr ett, who ieut Ilbeen soulght for Iit olths by the federal auithorities as llt Inn wtHill, hrtl $74,000 in gold bul liin while being shiopped from t 'a.fjr bainlks, Alaska, to Settlte. t'he prislaoner's wife, who wIa talken ir.tu ctustody at th anle tino as her hulbllblrland, was rIel.eawsed yesterday b)y the I lice. ~us It was not Ishowi sithe had ianly knowledge( of the robbery. It was taiiitedl by the federal agents thalt ian it ullluh i u it part of the toln butll he, hud Illein dlspnsed of In ('ullfourlat 1e ,':t d tei tvlo ia ll F tranit cll o it olne..' hing gli. a sr rifl, i. No i-rmilt will l c.l,.lt fo r tLhe i lih nl lax(h.eat Use any kind of'water you wisb--hot or cold, hard or soft-and 8uwny Monday laundry soap will give you equally good result. 'Use any mtidod of washing to which you are accustomed and Suwny Monday will make your edliheg wviter, swep~r and dceaner than they wer~.evert bfrr., Ust Suny .ajsdy on your Wool ens ad Annjl aj..n ie o se b ibso lut sure that f wll not shrink, mat S ICAnco MONiANA PEOPtE E. B. HATHAWAY p4 N4 FP5W DAYS IN NATION'S CAPITAL H9RACE WORDEN BACK. . Ilathllway, th1e tining enlillteer of Mi'mseal n, was lit Weshin..te en reeeei' I. " 'e. Yurlc. IIe oxpeclts to rernatlll it the 'ht for 0'Ve'a0I days. I" I .1 fii, thlit jtlIIInsK Ilnkt.r, In in the i'tty. tHl ht ehaet noinl bIites ll.s. with t ee n'miltetrler eof the rurrency ee'kilnn to devtie weme way of rie openlt the lilraL Natlomal hunk of floeweere R. Ogden, the Plains attort enay. 'I been in Washilngton for nme "weeks niting thln motlher alet milter, who a.e reldentsl of tthli tcity. Charley Marshall of Miseoeulh, who, Ae.. thlt past four years ilhls ho'en emljkoye ofi the folding reem of the honlue if repretmettatives, has gone leI.(e to tle iold . home at MIMNtult on i, vislt, whewe his wife and hbeaby hltve' leent visiting fo r the past two months. Pf'ytlcwter Horacte H. Wordletn iof tile nIavy, formner MlirllIt Ieoy, hbas just returned on the' Whetling from a crulise eroutti the workI . The Wheoling left ..atU a last July for Japan, returnting via th e Sulle cianal, relaching the PortSljtluth navy yard J)ecetnber last. BUTTE SALOON MEN ROASTED BY COURT Buttlle, F'e. 10.-(iiwleelal)-JJosephll Murpl 3y todaey plelded guilty to the cilute.er of forgeery andl, y aIgrelemenlt of the. county attorney's office, re e'eIve l! a sentence of one year in the Ieeenite tlary. Murphy tried to pass 4t Ilhad cllee'k on a shllltenll kueeteer. In areeing etetenete, Judge DInlan deci.d tie atnllteell nen of Hutte were reimpothlble fer malny of the cam's of forgqy for wlhich young men were ar reetet, and econvicteej and senet tol pri..n. He Mild thle salorn man only wanted to e'h ttu ll lcch iecks eaie the party Iswul(l sltnd his money with them, and not icelng expeirt Ibnkers they .wre eemity Tooled by bogue pa ter. oe said if tihe sa.loon men wouel let thI eswhling of cheoks be done by the batnks, where they were more par tl'rUla', there would he fewer attemnpt to It tehad lapetlr. RAILROAD NOTES Johit EgaInt, ee. cc'tien Illarer on the Nort4.ete' I'ucetl.fu at eluea, Was ad mitte. to lthe hospital yesuterday for nideal tt'etrlille'et, lielu . s Bufferlng with Infllue:nll'. rulell.eLesetur C. W. Yeeege'r ofl tihe Nortlilernl Pulcif. returnede yecterclay fronet r lInslleec'tion trip over tihe east end. ut.lerintcldenllt M. It. oewlier and iHullpetvior Lieln4lg f the Northern ilhclif e' returnlled ycet'rdaly fromll .In inee..tihon trip over 41he Itutte line. Atletlher dtltrict will Ie, aetIhl to the telrrritory cuvered by theo uutoeladtle bkwtek edglnal systtenl recently iettullel on Ilisi Nrtchernc I'luaIflc. T'heu lnew dis triet 'will uxteulnt fronllt Herunmlouth to [Drun i tele andt will tbe put into eopera Ithn Mundety. It le eroheIlle t.ltet the retllcllpnler eof tihe territory will tbe "pll Inlt ere'vl'e about ihle Ihest of nKxt wetelek Title will teietlette il the systell IhitwiIeni Miuseiulta tllld (ullrriemln. (G. J. Malyer, .udiltor of elcelllurse nenlt4 one tihe Northleern Pacifich paseeed tihteeeiUI tie city inll No. 4 yesterday. ?Str. Wlye'r is Iie lillltey tIo t. Nteuli. WIhere he lis hieJeitcurterse is te e'tedtl. J. j1. linlllr, gKeltelelt frl'lehllt cl.get of tih, 'irtlheern ] ll(Inerih, jlmetril through tlhe city yosteierdl.y olit Ill waily rtit. 11. D. Iltentis, travelitnrg mteas'sel ger lag'eui ior teit e )rle Ilines. illits in thit. citly esterday oil Iusinleu . Ills heatud tillll r(i'r are' 11 In e ttlhl. Jlerry itlruic'k, tic-ket Ige'It t the Norllll ell tai cfldfic, htas returned to Mis ueliel aftler I tiday's loutvem of allsealne. 0. i'. Hl'iicplttri, ec'ctllel i trick llet'r iLticr lit ithe Pilcget elnllilld, ItieI recitnel(llee uliltll w vi leave fTrll the eul'eet ile feiw cali.yi',. Mr'. Plleelelisrtld'e tLr'i'k will ite taike'l y (I, ti. I.iicUon, wIlee il lt ln'e eet " verklcin on thle ('eoliielelie dlvlilleel .i~.]I iliniceie.n, wihec lits lie'te i e tiec nigic tiier.lteelildii eihesk, will thkei the tlilrL titck (inllet' w'tle' by tle i eellee' etf Ljc ]'. iDeilaJnelee, wileo welea c';Llhed te iJees Aeieil..e, Icy tihe' eieltkinees e 'ee c il Ilnoetler. A eiceeee Is is'cte-d tiis e'veei, liu tie.-en li lco tee fill M r'. li nceene l' lilhu'n7 til hI Mre. LLeeeeeeu ri- te'tulree', bierl, riltelltledtlt C. i!. Mhilrll' lll Ii tile g iH e joelcld Mre ta'relrett, leliu' sltealnt genleril luplerlintetndelit, let Al le'le.o lelel s wdti ew conlpiny hleel tile cee Ilien'c'(tioell trip ecveer tiee eivl inl. C, i). JeIceL'i Ilil ecteehlell l a lfltiolln a stel.elralher i l lhe tle .ee'rinteldeelt'i eflftl at lhle lieltlt 'oeutlid. Mr. Jilliei camle to hsiiulhit. recei./tly Irelee tlhe elet !rei iemis Ile ie ellloye'd ic tlhe lica Ieire-stetyeifrlc's prev'ilcs tIe tlit. A4 i''ldIclt0lole Is elInge lllc:ete cit tile Nel' erl i'rli I IIe -lflw cIeii tite clerlicali flrle'e, in lileng elrenled it.a, n tee the iwe,'st pic-hlie iiee)hll. T''he recent Iletule then ofeel te tloik e igr al gic ,tuyetemei hleet enethiled thle re'td te reduce ete''rlrti .lcretie' lIc'twc Iceel' helre ld hi.urllsOlllte cend enorie will illblibly te teke'en eift _l thee e9ysteeie l, exteNildedi. T'lhe re Iort iia c'lure'rc't thLIIt tie' reLLItI'LLioe wili eltCeld ti) tile lcIhCllctfIlhe'll dtl)elrtllenlt. ueleriltllendevet Iwlere wi .heil thltt tlhe r'diu*(1tIn "vca eiot gencereul cllid thllt lee g'elell'Un l'l'' cl ' -ce had beirl~ietel l tl cut GRANT 810NS UP. Ci'onnati, Fe'I,. 10.-Thle Hlnseil con rete of EIulerd tr(irnte, hlilerd blaensele o-f he Phlhiulelphla Nationual league tcle last y.ter, waes recelveeld biy Men. gei Clark GrCiffiti of Ci(.elcnnlil to dBay ITALES ARE MEED BY CMPARY RUMORS OF MARVELOUS DIS COVERIES IN MORNING MINE SRANDED AS FALSE. \VW 1l hi1, , |"h. 10.--( pl e'(rlln -- HP ti-r . of marvelous llanyov rkie in fihe ,ihi .Itlltlrig Imain. at Mullain whih iI hiive been cnlrclittd sormlewhallt wid1ely lit the press are, deltt led by lih. I'r'd ril.I MIInlIg & .nllnelting 'mpnanrliy, \\Ihiih oiwIN thu prouierty. 'lT'h Irutih lthati tlhls o ill]tr n . | R , s enor lno us ore n . - wsourte, buf~ ~.)ame hnr hglKhly rifrrle tnry andl iiT w grota', ntdl thle |prnh |ill Which the com pall y has Ito Nolºv" l1 to Itillh tlhe t re aiilt a profit. l It , Velninr/enlts of lta lhalvut merely rnll irmredll thel ollllon hhld bIy the corlº parny'5 enlgineers for yetnrs ltallt in re grd litp the I-xtlent ofr the ore b-diai alnd hatve hold nIo .,pi1 nntl lhan.lriic . T|he p oirliltl of . ,it s . of (hi hlthl.y c(iloried l'ltiirts IN IL mystent-ry Ito the cuttpanlly. as alms II . t[le 11" 4llII%\ 0 i1t AtL ilt. pr elnlt tIilne tih cotnlpany I." Iarmrt'using Its fotrrce at the Mlorning in ordler t to nstall at new pipe totiin-IIi traung systent in the hope that it gill prov.,e mlore econnrnllnlll thaln 1l thll llth lls Il II Iu e anl ui n lditio ll lll l liKng hullt to Illhe mill fur this plint, ''lThe Mrrrninlg hias b-een mined for over ito years, but the quality orf the ore has Inot so faIr ienlelld ,the owners tokrellIkn larKg profits. EMBEZZLER PLEADS GUILTY. it, .ailsd, iii.). 10.-\lllluim Gtaren, fornmttrly r manallger tif a lIhcal tllrelter, ptleatlt Klllty In court today to) it charllg f embezzling $22.tK S,10 from lth, theater and wuas sentencedl to m.erve twoi year In in Ine 'illtentlary. Later, Jiulge Taylor pt-rmnlttted (lren to with d(rnw his plcea anll announced his in totlion tt itnvuestigat wh-ether a Ipriln i. of inlmunity fromtll punlhishment wall rltado to (uar-ln to itnllct him to re Ntercn 814,0010 of the alb-got cmblhezzle illtnit. M'KERNAN GUILTY OF USING A KNIFE Butte, F'.i. 1O.-(Sptecill.)-Ex.etly 48 hours after retiring, the jury in the McKlernlu as'.ault ceaxo athe Into nourt this iafteroon withi iti v rdict of guilty in the thirld degreec-t, anlld it wa nflat llunanllttnus at llthat, ontly tihe two-thirds rurtlullrty in, suchi a fillnitn lsublprl )Iing. Thu pt:nisllhmnlt Wia left to tlhe ctourt. t-lntetnce wll ble pro-, o)Utlted tomollrrow. th- xtrrno pie n. atlty is six months in jlail or $500 finte or billt. l(logene MtKIernan cut Mike Me Khlerntn itevetrely alboult it year ago, ant for it Llle the victim's life wIas In dangerCtr. .1..There um.lW noi dis)pute is lit tlhe tact thatt they hadil be4tl fightingl alltlnttghl slte Itttt te oa knllf wais le lied by thelll ut.cullsedl, lbut there, was Itetmltuny to shllow that the injutIt-ied ianll follwed hI itn liallnt Iartlld ll ik. IKg for ttll trouble ht fnllllly frttuti. Hlalf thUo urors strlted in to convitl i firs't llu-rr, assllllt Muul hailf ti nequlllt. 'I'l.e verdllt reachllli.d wlas l (inllroutp ln e. RESOLUTIONS At the btlsltltus nu tii hlll l h In thlt Swedish ('ongroganitninl lhurch I]leh nat.y 7 tle ftlinowitng res-lutliills wert "lVheºeolut, A biIII haits iuoin Inttl-ucedl Itol thlile Ii loti ladtt ur ll , thIie staii i lof WUalIIInnIs . llt tllldnigWt~ and all lilLy on iIXntlt il-t-i- lit lo tl t itnt , t-rltltt tit llt i oltt. ulays: now, therefr·l II, Ie it l " POMAlvNd by the POIswdish O 'NNG rr. lin il c41huIc oull ittutr l, Mont.,h litOimed it itrullti'hou itu titue utnili ti-t itiprlet. ttivltt . iI n l t ('thouse sIltl i hll en ate the pusgo of t i hill, hhll-" tSIit l t ut it t l hti ll ti l ohe twallllr l'tll rts llllO lforlwar li it --An itlit 'i t i. I t.t.t LMuI ti tt (lt ilrllllltn. KNITT. I I,. MW'N-(ON, PTOMAINE POISONING. thlle 5-yelar-oh|ll duMghltcrll (I. 'rll.)hania re!ullt of ha vingl qt.en vlel. r fhyr d1lnllr last nlKd1, whllch, thr uiltte.ldlnKn phy "Ild ailn dlucla '.le , Ihollulld InIot havl\er lbeenql Ing' dt\'lloped qulhIcly. ANTI-ROPING BILL. (Outnhrle, Okla., I,'V b. 10.---Amulusr mnr t in g 1a mlolr (· sll, l' cllln ll h ld tu d o\ V t lwlr t h e Intll-i attle-ro lhling hill, whih th e ll ow I e, r houlse o t lhe ()Ol) lho lnlla legishlture pia lss 1d .yester.lday. h'l e lt bill fi'Rs uwas c sii diler ted a j ,k e. T.. , h y lIv\' ' th a t It nlll ,l l lh a ll'ro) s lp tsl l o f) b c clh l llm i In l\'.', ELK STARVING. I r i n rl' l l 'l v et ' d h I' f rol lml J ll l k n o n ' ;; utllh)ri Lty, t l) lho the l' . L t aLt 1t,100 lk w;Ill Ntairve. unless htty Ia I dred'lrlt f'or rc• ,enily ulpllrlolliated $5,000 i'-i' hIay', 14ut Itrr putabshaso111 not yet bgutln. Suicide Slow death am awful ssItflIg followsr a of bowels, Con. stipation ýlt 'more people th~ consumption. It needs a cyre and there is one medicine in all the worl'piat cures it CASCARETS. . Cslaretl-le. box - week's eit. enet. All drultr. Biggest dl.er in the world--Olloa boxes a mosth. GEORGE'S BILL KEPT FROM THE HOUSE (Continued Prom Page One.) way, Hurvant, Tooley; l itresentatlves lhrlarrl Blake, JliBrt, ,:llel. English, liray, (rrllhh, Hewitt, }lh'key, Holt, lpiltr. Jacohnlson, Mare of 'Valley, I1'11, Ralston, Robehis, ItIdgers, yar tr. 8lanyton, Hteven,°, Story, Swh'k, \1'illamt s. Total, 3,. Scattering. For Iltutenant UJoerlnor Allen-Hen Ilors Ilurlingame nIli Sykes; Repre. sMellatiVIeT Beoll and VIllaighan. I'or 1'. M. 8wllll.ilhurslt-s-nator I ' lnrw. I',r (ongressman l'ray--.enator Me. Cone and Reilreselllatlves Heser and Mlih wi rtz. I'or .lodge ]p. C. Webster, Missnouln Itepresentative Higgins. For ('. B. Nolan, lHelena-Senator WVhliteside and Reprlesentat'ive Tuttle. IFor . Lee Writr, llhellna---Rpre sontatllve (Owenhotuse. For W. I. Meyer. Red Iodge-RPp rIlresentatilve Tolman. ,'For James M. Page. Twin lridghls Rlpresentntives Jordan alnd Murray. No Sosnd Ballot. Mr. Kirseh'wing nloved for asecond ialliot, but hill motion was voted down. Steering Committee. The1 steering e(Irtniltter provided early In the sesslon took charge at nloIIon todaly and let the lIgilslature iiknow that It was on the job. It is cMrnIifsed as follows: Representatives liyrgles of Iowls antd ('lark, Alley of Hil\ver lowv, Duf(y of (ranlte, Roberts ,if ('aisiade and lilihi of elaverheaud, anli Senator Edwartlds of Rohsebud Burlingame of tnascade, Toley of 'Meagher, Muffly of Hroadwater and McCurthy of Qallatln. Hi!ggine Busy. Representatlvi lliggins moved this morning at 11:30 efclol'k thalt senate bill NI. 1, the George realpportiolnment mIleasure, be made a lspecial order for this uafternoon st E o.'clhck. Al this timel the slteerlli,. l.'onInllltee had not Ibtsll lilamedll. The curlllnltteet on tIp Iprtionnlenlt #nl representatlion lhad reIported the hlit .arly lit the day but laul r,.luelstled that it not el! consildered 4t111 thile lneW clgty l)rop'lsitiols were iuLt If tllhe way. A nuIllIlter of imnllldl Irntllts had be)en I,ffered to lfutist tith c()luntles frotm which Musselshell was creted. l"Vfrgus wais given three inl steaul of four rtprelsentatlivei.; Yeillw - s1ton fou1r' n1tted of f1ive 1l1 los.bud oles inltlead of two, alud Muisselshell Lively Debate. The Ii-ggines motion provoked a live ly debate,. ltcyelroLentattl\'ve )obell wais opqilede to bringing tip the bll ut111 all tlunlty prolio.)ltiollns wereo lettled. Mr. BIrnard llrgl:pt that there wasl I1o r'iamll 1t " tlo delay. Mr. Law dec'lilred in favor of wilting. Mr. Nulan asked for inJmedtillt. watlion. By this time the s..nla1lte was1 lipt' lprallng the blar of the homillti. 'i'h) nll call for Illutited htaltter s l tllatr follo5wed. illinitutely ,tetr this tilt slpeaker nnouIIIIO cedIII'L tli telerin'g v(I nittee anld the house id 'tlhisn aiterl'nlnin, an s.aln as tihe house miti, Mr. Hliggitns movdl that the ihllo1,1 go hitut the comnlltteel of thell wholI flor th1e tnside'ratlll lof thell rie ipporllloanenl hill. Tlthis, Speaker Die IIwlll hield tllibe out f llorderl. Mr. Nolan limoved thalt th'house iItmembers of tilhe steering cnmmittee be requeiFt ed to try to 11lhllpl this bill on general orderl' llr l i.lll)rre0W. It will arguedll y opponenllllts of the Higgins motion tuild thilll Nolan substitttto rthit the steering conlllnitloe was liti tile idllelll llll thalt the h)otuse c.lnd not aclt. '"Wliit," aulhi Mlr, Nolii, "ille' wC to be Ilku he nnlly toobacco. tl",?' Mr. .'roul.l hclCaed in favor If thll' ster'l'llg crln.lltllitttle. He sw Ino rLa noll for hllut ltly ion on ay bill. Mr. \\'Wl)Iir.. slai that everybody knelw Ills 'l wil otn pe.lilg colnlllttc'5 Iillt nlllcer, hi)UseItIadtakenonUll aIndh 11 luxury lIe 'wit .Medy to standl by it. llMr. itilytl)i ilrKguI that all talk of tht, hli)uiisl niot tI.lngr able to tSte(r tilte Ilierie r 'g illlulltthe wan "'toplniyruot." "1hy aii this house hilave Ia 113?" lerlry IllIl)vi ll iprevlous qulthllOn. tlllil ii* Nil llI Xlbsltlllte carrlieL, 11y i vlte ol of2 t) 25. Mr. Elili lxiI'reqlS it, as his oplaton, thilt Ml'r. Nloli'nlacltt illt a. '(i propel'r. Mlr'. olin iIIlttlllltd Iat, the ltlterilng (,nliitiihe, haid lthi !. house pig-tied, alill atll tllt l thl Iltitr cauld dip wai to "r'l(llllit 1h1' fIll'ilat 'to try' to bring out tlih )111." Tl'le .l is<)ull; contingteont in the hloUsl.l is st;iilillng as o0iu0 nltl1 for re ilpportlonnlll1t. Mer.sP. HBerry, Woqdy n1ld ()'H'Ill 11L1' stlpportlng Mr. Hig gliln i111 ils l'igl. They l' Wvlll keep up thii wir Wll' ,1.ltd·.l tIl(dfl. A filibuster in tlhrelateneld If the, bIll .sl lnt b)rotlght All Off. latter in the llafternoon, when a:sec olIId IlLatch lf g'reral order blls were put uo1.1ll tlho bLard, Mr, Higgllls., ol ways on gLiaIrd. IIgUlired of .ialrinwn Iyrnes of the house wtig of thile steer imb' 12ommiIttel', if the order for the billlp o11 t -'ile .jlird Ilw I lsgned bby the senlato nemnbers of 1il ·omplltte as the Iaulus dir.ctod. Mr. iiyrmep admitted that It was not Theln, Mr. Higglns argile 1 thile bills are there without proper tlul thourity, Me, O'llega ,ddod his voC. ho did Colonel NolIMh' The 1ous., it was declated, is now at lberty to "ike up other mattors. Mlr, Byrnes said tllat Chairman Fdwaris of thile sen'o Jommnlttee had told him to put up the blUi, Somebodt made a motion to i4dJo.rn and It was all off. Once more the reapplrtlonmen, advocates went down in defeat. The 'leorge reppportlonment hill is ip the hands and at the mercy i:t the steerinl committee. Mr. HJggins sa'l tonight that he would not stop pound tlg until the bill appeared. A bitter fight took place over house bill No. 167, introduced by WorQ. re lating to the cgre. of orphan chilldrcn. The bill reads: "Hection 1. That the MoqfLanf Chil dren's Home society is Hereby given authority to take from the orpoan's home at Twin Bridges by and .with the consent of the superintendent of snti home, dependent ,children for oadptlon in carefully selected homes. "Peotion 2. That the Montana ('hil dren's Home society shall place sulch children in good homes and shall have supervisory care over such children to the end that such cli ldren may be given good care and 'ducational ad vantages, and shall by proper contract entered into with the state of Montana undertake to exercise proper subervl sion over the children so placed until they reach theft' majority, such con tract to be filed and preserved at the orphan's home at Twin Bridges. "Section 3. The Montana Chil dren's Home society shall keep a record iof all children so placed and shall make a report to the governor of all children entrusted to Itb care on the first day of December of each year. '"Section 4. 'the Montana 01111 dren's Home society shall receive for each child so placed and cared for $100 as full colnpensation for such e.rv Ices. ")eection 5. There is hereby appro priated from the general fund the soum of ;6,000 annually or so much as may be needed to carry out the provisions of thl act." ' Accepted. Representatives QO'lern and McNal ly opposed it in vigorous language, and Messrs. Word, Nolan, Vaughan and Aslridge favored it. The house ac cepted the 1111. The ponohuo bill, relating to brew eries and their connection with saloons, 1as reported unfavorably by the com pilttee on corporations other than inu niolpat and recommended for Indefi nite postponement. Report Killed. Mr. Donohue appealed to the house annd the report was killed by a veot of 27 to 23. Ilerry, Woody and (O'lern voted with l)r. Donohue and Mr. Hig gins against him. Mr. Higgins weld that ho did not oppose the spirit of the hill, but it Was not drawn prop erly. If this bill comes before the house It will pass. Deed. After an acrimonious debate In the comnllltti'e of the whole In the house, this alfternoon, the B)yrnes bill to pro vldi, for the issue and sale by the state Ihoard of examlnnet of bonds for the purpose, of aquilring additional lands for use as state capitol grounds In this city, was killed by striking out thle enacting clause. The Iltembers did not mllnce words In discussing the bill. Home orgued that Helena land holders wanted to rob the state. This was disputetl by Messrs. Byrnes and Nolan. It was intimated that the "Helena hog" had broken loose. Int order to put the lllembers on re'cor'd Ia roll call ion tihe report of the eommltteo was requested. The re port was atdopted by an overwhelming maiIJoi'ily. fieloula was givenit a sevele blow. Bills Introduced. Amoring the bills introduced today By Higgins, H. Ti, 35i--To amend section 3187 In relatioln to corporn tlons making non-asscssu4.ble stock lis sessablie, land repealing HXsrtion 3888. ('orpolratlons other than munllcpal. Uy O'Hern, H. li 347--41'o prevent the desortion and abanduonllent of wife or childr.en by persons c'harged by lIw with the iullntainence therenf; to Illake such abandonment alnd de sertlion al feluoy, and to prescribe the punishmllent thereof. Judiciary. The house 'annllit.lttet' on elections and privllegoe reconllnened that ihouse hill No. 1, house priimary niilts aur, be sent to conference, as proviid od 'rhll'risli)y. Thei report was idoplt e'd. H.,C. 1t. IltYANT. RACE QUESTION ENTERS DEBATE (Continued From Page One.) liigie the government ,of the United Ht;'ttes surrenders the liowe'r of its own Ireserva tIon.'' "lins the ssnator contend for the Iii\Pwer of c'lng -is tii annul lnws now inl lit' statute books tof the state, such tsn til'e "'grlndfatllher' CIuse?" "asied Mr. Thwoin. "Vlithout tile slightest doubt," said the New York senator. "Well." returned the Georginn, "the senator ilos certainly put us on no tice." "I mnout to put you and also the counti'ry un notice," replied Mr. HI.con, speanking with force. 8tate Control Nisded, Mr. Ilacon sall that to change the manqer o. ulectlon of senators without giving the states control was a grave risk. Sleaklng of tile past experler)ces of lh*i south he said: "If the southernii people bad In.t contended heroically agUaiust conditions which confronted theiii, cIvilixation would have been de striycd in thile south and it would have be'n but a: short time before it woull ha\ve been deetroyed in the entire na tlon. After a few remarks 'by Senator Plitaeoiri of l-'lrida regardingl the so called peonage systoem of the south, the Incident closed for the day with Sent1ttr Borah's declaratlion ttat ev erybdly know perfectly why the ques tion of lynchinl.s and plonage had been broughlt ,into the controversy. RECALL DEFEATED. Topeka, Feb, 0.--The recall bill for state oifflcers was defeated in the state senate by the decsuLie vote of 28 to 16. Saturday's ci New Arrivals for the Day's Selling Spring suits for wom en, millinery, tailored waists, corsets, hQisely, ribbons, laces, embroideries and neck wear. Larger space, larger assortments is our induce ment for new business for 1911. A snap on all winter Wearables before their disappearance; the next few days will close the winter season; if you had a garment or article in mind come and get it at the lowest possible prices, once away nothing will be uncased. Women's winter coats, values to $18.00, for the day, only ...................................... 00 Women's winter coats, values to $35.00, for the day, only .............................. . $12.95 Women's winter wool dresses, values to $16.50, for the day .......... .... ... . .............. 4.95 Fur scarfs and muffs, values to $10.00, for the day, only. ................................ $1.95 Fur scarti and muffs, values to $18.00, for the day, only .................. .................. $4. 95 Women's wool underwear at one-half the regular marked prices. , . , Odd lots wrappers and dresses, values to$2.00, forithe day, each ...........................50 Dressing sacques, fleeced lined, values to 65c, forithe day, each ...............................5 Women's cotton, fleeced-lined hoser 35c values, for the day, only .................... ........ ....19¢ THE CRESCENT FOR RELIABLE ADVERTISED MERCHANDISE AND PRICES o rr £ coo. 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NQ hill to climb; 10 steam-heattd rooms. Telephorea 1 every roops. Popular Wpla. . Stops itching tants1 C L. BRAZEE Cures piles, eczema,, sal Stevel)pvlegMontana i rheum, tetter, Itch, hive;, FitC..d .Auelonlr herpes, scabies -- DIa'.l gio an vwhere in the sta 'to Ointment. At any drug hanadle auction sles.. Batuifaceflon store, suaranteed, White for. dates.