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VKDRUSHEID
MRS. WILLIAM IETTLLMEYER!
CAUIrP IN. COLLAPSE OF
SImALL STRUCTURE.
W \'lll o, el; . 1 n.--(S' telh' )- \Vhile
... tr \'illiainm M.'ttla )er lily dyhI-i
lenreth t llnrig lof the wolnheld at he r
renthin on NInen i.t l. I. ttltay, hiv
a huminher heing. The e~qitpt e tngtst
hinletr linrrq (it ring the indnrnint ne
Nv mutlen tIll r ahlll l njtl,, rell i it -l-tr
?lothoe, b t the lntt y h I- tlt- uitlfr, ';ett
Sttna\ g Ivn. , wrllls ml1h foludtlil tl ; '
eyenrit when her twiw inttle ,.Illlliren
returned from m hoal. Nmt flinlingir
thelir n ttehor they hter frighte. Td
ul and r int, t klti nv ighlt.r who sl*rche
the ruinl of the l w lhee l fn i ound Mrs.
hman , ,y, -r 1hn l. lilt It ht-herI
lihte oied eof sufo'ation ,r ,f tnternni{
tJsitries has not yet -.,en dhetrmLnted.
w kpyer cial fnIrnait at 1,1were notilled.
*, hhlit, Ii i lnler arre ,t( ii .,-irioil It. ivhn'I, t
'T'hI" roef' of the whee'l e',iltend with I
Its weight ,if show and the walls
aved Inward , the whllr mlan fnc i witll
.'upon the i anI tr whIn o priohnbl. iitlly wa
otrurn 17,tve welm at the flinte. TheIll
hulmand is working sit flshborn, where
h rPleently 'tltitre Atwork after bei,.
in ii destitute etnditilt followi-t it
1300. whlclth wi-rli - tlnlh,l tilht-hl Iili
)sis and llaielik of ermplenn tnl.4
SERIOUS CHARGE MADE.
WPrn - Fn , t, .el, I, 1 , i---(4lH hi l) l- i. lt.
rokl. y, trr for aet ll tt tists dlvis In
)U.t, i , I5 u Ider arrest ni .Sed of givinlt
iltlol i lto it minollr. nThe came will
l'blne 'lp fr Ihar i in I'lrldty l ,,morningh.It
~,tbriury Tl, he.for,. Justice l' .il'tIcell
tied will het defelnd ,ed toy J. llnrt \W illis -
or PlIslas. I'.,nsty A/ttornl,,y I,. t'. 0l i
Iin.led will hanidlt la promecutllionl . lt1
Hie defeti dang t itti-l hunts ipre l1 wd Itt
$I00, whiith were flurnia henld lithl
ipatloni llelnlelop n'IWnts ltare exp.l, 'ltel
SIGHT RECORD.AK
]'trtm, Feb. 15- t Pope Plty Ih s.uf
rinrhn froin itat light ttlllak f ilnfinenll
nitd Jiln cnfin wtd t hil b t. Theii dI
eaene Iloe atfected hisl throat, a.ltslIng
rutnndemabllh hour'senels and the hr ln
ille rhitl. Wh;eitr, i nilled hilt twice tn
d.y. As ai preii u.iltiti ry meI nsure' uI ldii
dm-- were suptl.-iilnded. Atit- th evlnng
Jvisit tihe Iehy siinll floundl hills p titent's
Itemilp'rat re A hI ,t 100,l whltch IS it ' "
itree lnd ti half whole Inrmal, and hlI
vondlitlon 1alisfacttr'y, The pIydel.h n I
)rdi'ered a fluid dirt uni allolutl resit.
|I, hpe-' within it few days that tiht"
pirlon will he re.,vr ed.
COURT OPENS IN WALLACE.
W \ ,.a l h l ',, f e ,b . I i .- (t h i e , hla l.) - -\ \'1 th
a Ilog lIt of civil .enu.es and upwardth
of 10 .rintllnal e'nn met for trial, the
twi nte 1r t, lr'n of the dl tr hct ,'hurt
|pe|ned today, Julge WV. \\'. \Wo'ods
prelshllg. fltushn 's transacted wilts of
B i,,lan1t ehnrneIte-r only and the
rhlenilur will not he clear.l for 5.5.
¢ 'isl d ys. 'l'h ,' jury ven.res has been
suminioned for the {l!d Inst. when the
crhinal docket will be dealt with.
1t NO HIGH RECORDS.
W altllace, Ie"bh. 15.--(i alstd l,) - J--lh
lT"ehke of this city snit the ski
Stna p in retltest at lutill .ln hday
and Jahn oern won the e'uro-eountry
Ski rat'". Weather evndltons were un
fa."ornleb and no high re'ordm were
inltde. A hlrge crowd w itnesal, ,I th ,'
SUNNY MONDAY Laundry Soap contains a wonderful
S dirt-starter which saves half the rubbing. It will double
the life of your clothes. Its real virtues may not be appar
ent the first time you use it. You have perhaps been washing
your clothes with a heavily-rosined soap, and it will take some
time for Sunny Monday to undo what the rosin soap has done.
But after three or four washings you will notice a decided differ
ence in the whiteness of your clothes.
Sunny Monday will not stirink your flannels.
Sunny Monday will not make your woolens harsh and
*'uettley."
Sunny Monday will not fade your colored goods.
"Sunny Monday Bubbles
Will wash away your troubles."
THE N.K. FAIRBANKI COMPANY, Makers, Chicago
Reciprocity in England
be
SH
ih
I -
111
At left, Arthur Balfour, who on the first day of the opening of parlNament
bitterly attacked the proposed reciprocity between the United States and Can
ada. At right, Premier Asquith, who defende the atreemenet, and states "it is
as certain as the rising of the sun that, sooner or later, the United States is aI
bound to level the tariff with Canada." II
l..,ndl n, I. I' . tr :- 'The Amerl 'anl-'u- i r"lt'Irly ll y truetlh' I rIll,.rsl'nl ln ing It, i
nll(,ll r-vclprclty t llgr.rpnI 'l Ilt a"Im' to th, I'nllt. I4 tM1I(l. I,
the fr, Ine the ,tiown of ltonatrIIN toI - t 'r, .li,.r ANIiih rv-ihll rl
stay. 'rh, gOvern'lnlll,'lt wUsI qu, stlinlld: "''Th. :talenull 'nt in ,'ntirly \.itllhollt
rgatrdlug the rltatlertlc/t attrlh t ,d, to fnnlllliltion In fu('t."
Henry lirullr.s , fantinIIl. t la 1,, . r In J'h," pr, llrn r also ,| l l,,n I th;It Ai t
the l,, lInt tr(' of tJluth,", that tIhl osl,,ell r ityre. hnd hpHn rnIn.aI,, i,""
homyl go(lv"rlnlr",nt h1 ll.d v ournrml thr, tiv'ly in helpldelg to, bring nhao,, nt the
('n; n nll n gl l v r tu\(' n' t |to c o cll ' lol n a glrJ l*v If tl l i,
MONiANA' SOLONS
CUT MONKEY SHINES
(uontlnuled F'rom Prige onel.)
andl hroiilht lin t hint Ih. ,.vril 'I'his
\ii'Ii llullllllv l l|Ii.l giig% t )iet II thiflf II I
wa1 ti l sitg splsrhid iiy Ihsr usi f ir
liffl"d sit ' t', i i t th.. fer i if in, billr
lt i o iIai. lllii'IC'h. rd (t t Jsntyi. W hen tIhli'
At.lring I. I1 It t tIhiI Iis . vi itr, hl.
,sttllnly 11114gl1td stll L ull, t nlmethint. I
tlut s- ha iiiivr hin i known it dui'
I.tw r.. Aguiidi lal' will go bt "k h.o *I
l tll It I ' I i'arbuin itnsurgi nt thai t hil'
klllr tl Ihisna anIl( they wIll. new'1 r
kruw Iha.t it was sl.llrred. 'I'lt lre isl n
nihiher tlihi .. If M' a r Mlllll .M v"r 1 st t:llll
i iitil so li will h vii l .gels ins t l ii lls' Io
flor l iltelgrsI. Il.Xt m'1 . I. ii. l l iM11 rl
".Itm il the pin itu WI inter, hli'ling t. I
list. H1 . hs i r 1n lllnth ili 1n 1n i 'tri filt Il
'lllr ways In h il ll .1own iI ltry. At l ho t'
In Ihli, Ir(r t lini fssltl t i.
"Now, lKsltirai . n l.frte, it is iver."
colllnllllltl l' t l.' sl".llke. r, "lhlsI . gonlI Irn
i'slrlgeit will hi* .I .gI .g I In ,n vultl', i
' IWho l gals 111. ' ,rii n frl' ll U g nll('ei 'r lll .
""eur the.s' i ltli ther K fltl reltllg I
gelgst .ty ' ,tl . f ,tr W'. It. lte st'rge."
Like a Trout.
IMr. (;,'il rgi ' r.iil.iindl d Ilke iti trl t 1t.
"I havel i. viti -ll io trllnsfr." 'iia Ai 1h
irile. fi will ixplinin It.
"Jullt It- we-rd a'lat l I 'tl rogs In hfrui i
i'sri , " th ,III i,'i'l5 th*im.
a--i- t arller siti itri g ah.st lih left
Ihs. tii 'r'.iss rIn 1111 t s its ~ n woul itiei f)grg
'hieisilal .). Walsh in preferin( tit hinm.
It is ti te llt. it tl ll thil fo.llishnl .l
uni 'title right. T. .|. W ltslh i.w'a ItI
Shiililid h i'. i' htid sl ntlll WI1r. ' 1h A i
ellil ll Mstndargl and thils stillt pap'trl
eire for him. ''he* Ille apl . t in I
nI :rtii IgailI t fl trter.
"1 tdi1 the slnatlr f(rm Whltit.elde.
( 1IIurk thi' w. *r'dn : "TC he sn, o r;lil mr
W'hitnihde." Tw'l, , %r. ol.'.rge h1as
ilel'll this I e'xlpri ul'lln.)
"t-- t(hat I did slet w\ n l Ite ffi('r ,
tlid wa. llh not thln k h ntl to Vtnl far
m1 . ''hieref.re, I tritnsfr thea.ite to
.1r. Wallh.
t4.'nd l.r M tlyir rtes,. to it iIItt tillms u
plrsonail privlligv.
",Iai ,id tly .1Mr. 1W/hitLie w.ant.st |t
entertain this Its s;in y," sild he. "I
ippreliati ills huilor Aithough I was
t vi tiile , o it, IlIs story wiis . I' iry
tala . As flir its it rlalint.e, t ilt- lm her
.',Ja. n,,t .,n. H~'l,|ll I, tril..h In it. lII I11
l'}lul|' ei l thlit J W OM}t Ob' i vl* '# fill flli IIlllf *
'or. lilr pintfoir in. Ma.na.tor (th-org ,'\v'n 11
"sold1 tht.,)l'c( Iro Ised torc vote for WIeld
y.:JI{il l |),llr ll~ic 4, ·')lr i, 1% ('li ' f 1pr li lll.|l li
I dieniy the, neeuml~~litionl. rh,,y ~r,, fairl
I'oll t eIl' trUthl . €'
'"l l lt'l n 1|411r1t*1" l|:t IP l'lltr(, i1s f i Illv
ur.lle silo ih0g llll l'. rh ,' l Ilon thely, :l)Ido w I th
j lJt' \ 'l I' II~ |h*I'% Ii·CTI ,'h','t',' 1 )'rhl.
.ll'P~~, 11i~lt. ;l11 |ht,.'1 1ll1·l.'14 1 I~iI' hl Ihl*a II
"I oplyy tru dictil. 111 11th power.1 )1'
naItl tl sk 11Irll Ita |l n rlnll l al | hl 1.,
.%.', ltlllp Y~It ral'i)~~ .c'r(~ II' 1 lllfl'+.lll '. II.
~llO'.. IIhl.V Iiot'l I,11¥ J /Sill yil r l~ ll|Jl:ill '(
nothhlln . T'l 'h, ,ir h l,, l .l ntrl* i,. irl.
m'iJied by nll IIrih g hro. , lit th(tl I' l ,. I
"1 vI say to y li, arllll IhIt l I ,f thgi'
Idol", fl io it i s i t I lllrl . If r pIrt'll, l l'
Pre(. in t, .V lli 1)l * Ihi l o' 1'a II Itti l 10IhH
hIneked mani. sv.otl. ofl hai,%[11 #+lloulgh t|
lot., Why nIot "ttendi tol y dutlb?
'llh, reulbllll'liea hal' nlls upollIogll Ile
miiiak Ifor th J pallnt anI. presII, I :1"' 'l."
"I did notl l nw thlat Iiirny frllIndl frolml
Ve-tinwatures,1o w s1,i louI hII," unhiII Mr.
W%'hls b,, ar ftr .Itr.. Mla,.vr li.,dlehl .h ll,
"nlnlll I w., ill . y1 tha I he l, hin() nleatI 4,
hy hth) il of I1 r,,bil)'nln, diall ,lit
ill (h 11.i'xlh lab'int i 'r. It wa'.l. al
Ill ,,xpla nionll ll of{ hsl a',t,, Replr,'
II, l t ativ Ilter d hl'r HI'ld Ihalt thile
speaklrs'l'. Ililhd ..lioken flilt tho 14" lll,|.r
ro folloI. l uIhi t 1 * I nhl ~, l I torh
!1. I't, lhl w I~ iiiii. 1,· v 1 , ( I1 I,d,| i l l,/lrl \,.|ll 2
I Ir e lalilin th I ,i tl Isat Hio .
Mr. Grubb.
R e..]r{.l.0 ltativel tirilhh followe'id. ][o
ab.:ll,|: "I1 Il IIt t |{ll-all\ un Itil th, n le t
i n hl t .l' t o d ai y , t h a t ! I w1 a s o ni i i n c u r-' ' -
..lsllt. I did In ulr, I.. n, a.st ; illl but
iI wa'14 aII nst'll thl )'1nufior frl'llll I,'hla -
hi'lid, I ho'ltie d thin, Ini I doi Ilinw,
thatl hi. will +ltuliblyll~ forl W\'ilsh hadl
elnlly frll. 'hitlloi.h I, " \l'l tysw it hiln
here~t fro~llli linulit (O Iilill, diliy ater~l (dii),
I I hl , Il, 150 i ' trylnl' I k<ie th e
811'.ln i u'l+,l.ilp I' l ct ll 7, .II ·i1. llrilllil+, ,.1(
dehiil lip I froly .lllll l] ti g.tllll ,,(
that h e r may ittid d IIc Agtle
"It Wu lllM Joll )ll+ k wnllPIi tlhat I Wai
ripr a h'll r iminl. a f ir 1 li I1,ltlll. htl
lili li l '~.·*4 11. illll .il ltr I" I i1 Illilll Ilrlll4
In I tl e l ii i llel . It has b rIili. t h tlll gll
".C+P41t'(i (ll ll ltljlli. illllltl t'l(L·~li~l·(~ l i' P't.
.11r. Our'er Ito iiain'. b 11 l. ili onld(I !
I 'r.''h. The Annll nti Stlllal rh l illl , thle
le'i ng\llll oinnlrl i c'ni ' l r of t 141n11+0,
sa.l rliilhlr.ae ta, 1111 In
1i~gintl It,,.ll', ilet'ilrl +,e thit ('nreI'Ir lit
tllhe hleint mllan f'r ;1 i 11 ailltl. I f y u)l. l
I~,lr,nihllll, II illl l 1hli[ :hl, ill lll, l)Il
waallh l lih..% Ii . h t \'111 wtil of thl pl o l ' voii
for Iur enidiI iii i nd breik thil. iIelil
lcki,. It · l is a well-kinioiw. fullt lhtil
(' l'li t' ri Ii llve c i m ritl i' hlr
l ) )lllla r v ote. i%
"I rtr futle helll nol ncilllerlh trll'msl the
t'hargefl thlit I wali, ieletetdi toi oipponle
futillll. If ymi) offerll II. llrialt thilt ItlNi
illlit% P ill° si' i i Whai t( l'lft r Illit llln1+
fill the* Mtillte Ihlert y'ou Inllght Iitlk fuor
oulr voitt,. , man I ill I tlie Stlllo haM:
thailty as. lslth h et'ilsHL.l' t'iv'e worlkl 11#;
Mli. I'Iti l+l' lh+ all'l.P llay rilnlgH IPt
sualts."
Senaltor, Whltoside Agaiilt
#)ion mlior'l +'lr. Wh'iltt,,ide rose.o
L ~~iutenliili Unlvernolr Al1,lin ullkedothlie
hllill- t o ii, h~t% iy Its vtie wlhlethter ir
iiot hi. ,ho| ldll~ lit petrmlitted toi sPill+l.
"l11 fil- 'allonil the p oll ll bn{llk |homln
arl', c~ll.olnllrn iI iahoii M r1. tirilbl," ..ild
h. lir hit;bIlt, iis. thlthille l Ig liit l4 up
I..ilt, w hoi+. Iturli minlii ii xt, "ureI ..la
Ihait I fi'll it iiy Ihii.%y to h lpti herii
uill Thr l fo~l r el~ ,. I \,litl flip W . I1t
I'mbly\ .Moori',, \Vhlo lutl+ " ',td ill
s.l)ol", i'l'latlll IL .nilil .i'ln*.;tl~i in by
,.-.iS ini.: "I viih' for T hainiiii> .I, W alh.'ll.
i l, I;switi s*l ,ll thia 71 'ive lhi \. I.',Hd,'"
lig~htninlig i'.lal Itl f ll,
lheiniii t I. (il'lh r t w asi+. iil, t.
"1 hiav'l lio intni onllhl iif gqing hinin
l u rt'ies.." ,.ithl h+", "ltli I will aiy thait
t i t ilili' I aill uitani caii'l tio a~hinit thilt
I I aii :i+ ihlilnmera , hill I wiali lt thlllil
I th.. I.ord thil I aiml i t ai repluhliet s."l,'
I II " 1 \'iw ,+f th i er I cel' nlll'.,. ,if thi+
genItO'ih nmen fr,,ln I, latiwtlll iani Y,.Ihow
BII onl ," ,.;bi, IlR l',e llis ili\'ive Paul, "I
put i~ithl' rn Ihitssi rIh t'h Ihnile i'll b ril iihl.
br lllingli thir ..,)ilnto t 'hl'l hafrll.Ih,.
I i arried. Ihil itl hlil iirl ill e " he
I i lid 10 prlli'... l:iti~le .hi ',. "ilild Iml
l t i+vingi t h Iit \un ,li't juidgl+.. b hex i
I I.,mpany. ,you keepi, I \\ii1lll o tllin i+ t1
I \alte flll.'T.htiniu II, t'ilirtei."
I ' l nit liiiti," ..uib, tht, d'h rk.
I i "+ inablut~h," .;ih Tl mn,, iiii
I T'hisi co, vll\+ll dll Ihte |loiule Il ||th ex-.
i iil.Jll iof Milliatior Mh,$'i.l
I b i II.+l i't. nl tiv', \\oollIy eX~inx ediiti blh.
I ,a liin tige or th.+ joinh t .m+:'-lli,. II geti
l rhl ofi" litIlllh hit ;iir.
II The Vote.
I .'irterl, }4: W nilshl, 'll. 21: lrln'liil 7,3,
I H 'l t h r'ingl, d.I); Il'(t+li I'a fill 11
cho'''ice, 5,I.
ITh'el, hiouseo tidjurn,,d intiiiila.htel..
alfter tilt joinllt usl on..i~tl disualved\t ntl il l
Corlispalion
"For over ine ysat I msffered with chr'ont
eoutipatilon and during this time I had to take
an injection of warm water once every so hours
before I could have an action on my bowels.
Happily I tried Castaete, and today I ar a well
mano. D.rin Uth nine years beuore I used
Cuscatet 1 aul.erd untold minry with internUlt
piles. Thanks to you. I am free from all that
this morning. You can t r this in behalf of
suffering humanity, . IP. Fisher, Roanoke, Ill
Pleasant. Palatable. Potent, 'lasto good.
Do (Rood, N. '.~ek,Wo\ea.. or (ripe.
10C, tbo.. N5vte sold in bulk. Ther M
ine tablat stamped CC C. (omiurataed t
mr or cent rsoi Yack. w
'if
ltmorlr"w tllnl-ing, wllt of respec(t tol
the 1 hgll, lhter-ln-l.aw of Itepresentltitve
'1"1tt1 ' \wi died this illlrnling, Iild l t
tllh sellonsu, enntiR.nlLd tllloly . nlntPe
hill Ni. i. the rtipportionmentln manlcs- i
Orre woitll hove cimeti up on igenral
irders it will he Iui.ong theIl first
hills ennshlderedl tomorr,\w ofterlnon.
Reciprocity MemoriaLs.
Iih
Two neriiiirals, n Is e fir rind the
nithl r againsill t rr.pr'I, .iti . ', were Intron In,
dliced in the hIotse if. te,.se. M(e1t4itty eil
ltid Ntir'. tr
'i.'h leginll-ltire 1, 1 ehrmuich r loutine : ('
w irk ,itay. In the lifi i tie folloW
Trig hillts were emoneir .td iln in th;rd' .51
ruding: i 1'i
H. It. Ni. 46, I.',rer t -.Ceoding jlrlis- wl
tdlitln ,f illaletr park tI the lnittilttn Ms
govOrnmeltn nt.1
N. It. Ni,. r4. Iurtlillln ile -Prov ing
fir tihe ireation cif ti ll,. ffilet i f l t:ttel
i tler of weights alnd lnietireis.
N. It. No. 16,. t lrrli,+ng ie P rolt hilt- Ih
inlg tlh l i lo ~tf prison iitde gnits. 1 i
N. .I. 1t. N i. 4, liirligitntl .--Pilition- en
trig fir the esta:itlshmillntl ir pili:isuri
l:irks on Irrlgtiitin pr iJie'ts, tII
S. ,T. 11. No. 0. Lairnti Peiltlnnngl I
eongt',ss fer the r'llef it settlerns in
mIon talltleins. I
'l'hele hills were killed t,. enommnlt
t rrlp: li.tl iir n it
IT, It. No. 330, Ptory -A ithirizilnr it
IIix i(,aillltshll i to w.iiiarei.' filitilte llllr ('e of
win.eItsIsH'i onid p rOduliii n of r (ieeirds. In
I. It. No. 22, lnlker Authoirizlng the nII
puri'hise of (IGirga (' Swaitllowv titra ry I'
tI'r I' iveirstt. if M itonth t.
l4. If. Ni. 6;0, ('it tcrtell Prvitding fur i"i
llpuelvatlon of pro.eedhin s of mirllti+ I
IlllniH ll o, nventliorln Io l . I ''
'Thi fillt.wing iills wIt" f, ivir; ,ily '
I.reported:
.,hll inry-TT. . 11, Ni. 114. hyv O'rlylin, I
Iprovlding fur lappi ntinintll ii f ii,<pc llt i
deluty if bureal ofr hihl land seni|mhidlh
le'r ie.ll sn, IsN nendel: Stuhb II. ItI. No. 1
Pi7 , hy '\heieePr of Silver iIW., -,in
phpyrsy' l;hlality/ net. I
Thie enmmitt.e on mines lllnl nilnnil' t
rei.ot'lendedl for e l eienrrencei asI1l
nmeniledit .S. It. No. i;r., boy S.yer, prn- ii
vhling for Ilhe .ndif ention, renI tland
ltnendlmenlt of the' inil mining l ws ofi I1
the suite.
Ways lndi numenns-lT. It, No,. i31, by u
SNtnry, providing for appointnleit if
Inx .ilnriiusiton finl ipres,-ribng its
dllllth-: 4. It. No. 10. hl I dward.s, rep
iilatingi tihe manner iof ltaxing mnort
- gungic'. us nlleondedl:'S. t1 Nno. 14. Ty
1ininn, ieliatig to the i ix ntn:in tion '
i land collllllllnlt l oll r fi Inrlllle. lersInl t, Is
'rh cominittee n l applrprhztions ra
t vuraily rteioinin$ teelld Il. It, N.. .0., by
K Itisrr, n ppruitrittn ieoney fur the
ipnym ltt ,f lost hintl y lilin lHms. I
The fo llowing 1IIIl w-ere yeisterdlny
i adv:ieiu ,d ril r I)III pas ln tiin cnunit' tit';
thil- while. uxce'pI Is therwie' otedl:
14. TI. No. 46, bly ieverett, eding te,
it rtie natioiut pvsal .or t ient, Jurisdletiotn
t ovi-r 4 lti-ltrir piark. V
N. It. No. 40, by Dolan. defi ling ItIIh
r powers of the raeldstep of istate laiuds.
4'rietiug tihe iiflue of recteier .f oistite
hinds ull rd lr, l dllng for theI :nppliolt- I
mL' it oif a cI'lrk rfor the state hard lillll ll
Ind erinmissiloner. Pttute hreits inii
I ff ifftul''to i". I i
H. II. No.. 54. Blurlingame, cureiiting
the offle if stailte sealer oI weights!
land i lasure..J
14 H. Il. No. 64, by Dunnigaln, ntmIieiid
t iLg silultln 87;92 iof the retvised cn Iet
ristricting tie cinthtingllll of t liy thiuik
unid lulue li idu nly and toi 25 ptiiis iofi
S triio t .per iiday. KIllid.
S. J. M. Ni. 7, by Leiury, letitiln
Ilug , ilgress ftill the eritt o ifn of brildgs
li over thle Kn(utenil river.' hteilirred tIo
,t. e lte'elinlig lm nmitite.
S S. J. M. Noi. 6, by Larson, praying
s for the relhue if settlers orf Irrigation
:._rlijets (li ~ uist of the Rocky nmountlains.
H. .. NT. SN,. 4, by Turlingaino, petil
tloning fIro. the iestailishtnent of plleas
ure llrks on Irlriatlon piroJu't,.
4, HI. N i. 16, by Tlltlingulme, pro
tlihiting thIe siile it prison mlode goiidsu.
Iti ennoullrr r in as amendedl.
NR. I-. NoI. t2, biy ITdwltrlds, prohiblt
leng the I.s.iite of free or redni'd rate
StrulnsPtlll tilin by common icarrliers.
S lºe-unnlnlltundled judililary.
Bills Introduced.
Iy Pllaul, I. It. .No i. 37 --Te'o pity im
ila'y 's u1' the nn;iuto and house, s liro
vi.dhii iiin s.itiin 200N, part 3, chaptetur 2.
ii 'tich - 4, andiii nis .rilded fur iin section
'" l ;I, ,ll rt :1, tit'ili , hatI, e r 2, ar ich 5,,
Iof the 1olitleil utlie stiate of l ontiitii.,
Ily lioiSiri . i1 IIt. No. 377-'Tee lpri -
TAhis Will Step Your
Cough in a Hurry
i it
u h Til a e'L nlakea p pint ov better
ti Youk .an this tou. oould buy ratly
I iaIf t 1,.Ue, hes1.m Ule t Ha
tone-i refei o eup the oualy.--
a: toy even Wlopte n ia OoUlg qtlo wey.
is Hllo -i It A, ilu trotter remedy cha
uiul.d lut toubples.
withe y pot of pine ea wtte m ane ctio
l wo ot r three Ilollre t n
L tt youcanPel thi tsle h dnoaaea ling
in. elen tsr. luOthllr prepllrio. sill
gnod tonic w tuurb tt, tril tlp tie oPPrmla
Titta Pn ex ae Sllhtl IsOtlarB Soou winet a
Iha altful. A i IId y remedy eor hoarue-Mo I
ut the Un.ronchltlw, asthll ind all throae t
ThA earant ol fine sol the mesatlsatnest
J well kmowne r Plney In ted goel vihl
Il thisre ooncentrated p dmp.d gnd ha s ri
orWi wilhgete ine exlfur et, any is rento
iii In Plnal C t mFt Wayn,,hluG n
i' i Tbo Plnetx Co,,I+'t. Wayne, Ind.
this' fur tie sale of prronal pripefrtly
t"y persons, firms, Corporations fir
other+ who Ii'chave epndefli work anlld
tlabor theremn. (C'orpojratiotns other thian
Hy i4nrter. I1. H MNo. .7IN-To plrovile i
for /h' I' Iynt'Itl to Eldwardl W.'rnhI'r
the mum of $1,Ofl0 for ri'lmhtlurnmr t oif
mIoneyv d+'onlttd firm evidence of Iro-1 _l
rfaith In1 .dtitllnK upon 'ontrlet. 1tI
stlrntns otther thai tInunlfh'hill.
Fly HAll, H. I,. No. 711--T- 'o preventt
the salt'e of Io.lrtgageld prpirti'ry. oir its
retl 'lltt from tri he en nllty In Ia I hh It
m Nltilltc.d, wltholt the writt'n tm
it lit or the mortgatges aind providing i
pen lty tlherefor. .uhdhi'lary.
Hit Allry. I'. 11. No. :111-- To reiulnlt,
they mlaner aid conduct of them busl
,r Mhuol ti'ta' ald provid rltlti pthe -isis
if 5lii'sl l tllii4 siii l flltt't 'llttlllllg ftisi li,"
for thle l tiiltion thert.uf. ,Airt'ls l .i*
Hy All-v. 11 11. No. ~1l --To rttm
ninte thit'e pultr slhnasje of ite.rilllas till
suppliel for thel usie I ll e'tlnefits ofi
the mnilt( t ,' Mionttlnl, ~I i tlltltl..,
I'h tol illi trh'ts lul1d cities, t i d' t" iiWns
thereIn, mull to Iprovhde penIlitie for
lh', lohlttion thereof. \%',. e 1( nd l'lns.
ii. J. M. Nt. 11, hl. Mt-jlltty-A
Ineminll to the congress of th" I'nll
1 S' ltit,'s tllr i's thi e r tin ft'alitlion of
trshl ia ren-it'.'1 t with tl h' lUnil llio'tln oif
S('intat ihi. I"eder'il trelhations.
. ll .Il. . N o. 12, I It fl rsardll
Meml oihllizllKi tihe I'IoIIgress rf the a
l' IItd StaLter toi )'r l it lllln r a ission
iwhorl( I. utles It ish ll be to 'fismit'y andllll l
Ss.itgreu u teflo I iIl ll fI.t'I lultlral l snff Irn
Iforest r' lse l ve t In th. I'rnlt ,d tI: Iats.
Notices of Bills.
'y It'll-To amentd msit'tlint : e21; I,
Inting to officler's of i 'tl'ls oir thl first
I'aIltton frr piltl' Judger In sucith S Itlc.
11 Hyl Ib y-T-'l't nttenid s tilo. :1is. rin -
tingt If) lt, l . r tinl g If fralll'llchises
i. illliti aid t 'wns.
ly19 I'Flynn .-'Io. 11 nte section 47 I_
liv lli.ls-''o 't ' gult I ti the b.. ll s is
lori Jtllk drl lersl and rovillllg lni
Ile. far vi.htlihn thereof.
I Iy 1( llll+ Ti ;ut'nIld sectionl ::hr" r'
In.t Int. the plts e of holdithll'g meei't
lints; of s slikhslitsl' 1 i' i board if 5 li
re'tor or o 'ourlillitosll .I
I1y' ltl t'lkhls'il i, 'hl irllirn ll 'liniutlilt ' I
sift apprfll 'pritti tl -l'l, li srllt ralilroi d
aint llunles to i c ar frit t , frt , it It'lt i 5fed
I lil'l tlsllci'.ltll ft'glllirt-'l ' r tt 'ist ,hlt 'ly tlt
1'it ., per:Sn,l s :'lrl l p lrl l..'le y 111 '.e ta1.i n1
Ity M llchlrn -- 'I't approprihll
mon, l 'fr I h'i- 'll It p I' lien t the lI.r
difm of the iiffhiit rs :I nd litllli' tes ir
ri 't ' l'fl'tulh IhKlI.iti t've fss.Mn ly ofi
Illy nrllllter' olvh for l f thie pay
I.it ril'i Edward Wagner ofi thie .:rtn fl
S$14l10 for rei rlllnb ti lniInt of ilnui'
h. .Isi. d Nit ,vlI l'en f . 'igo t( faith i nI
hidding upon contract.
'l'h' followingi hills were pns'l.l In
Ithe senatl, today:
i. .1. ai . No. ., i .ntrou. ed by 'rIhfd
wards, retlu'tstig Ihth return from ith(
govt..IInor's oftle'e or s . fr. No. i 4Gi, r,
of st hotit l t t erks, uittldtis et ' hlw illk
hi i'olklttiee of thie whole with sfl
'. i';cy In the choir, these . ills wire f:1
lnar iiv•liy reported:
ll ullt . I. II. No. 19, i is I vy for liv's.ti.k
hkmn. ty;. Nui . 1 . ii. N it. 41, countlies :
S. II. Not. 'u1, state fuair tmant.geten'l;
S. II. No. li5, livestock ommlsslion
hin vestigtttlon; S. 1. No. 1:17, cre, titnll
I t hom l districts, i l d i . It. No. 54it, in
lustriir l Iedu'ttntion.
'The etntte thit'"t proteeded ti o thirdl
ri';linK of hills andi these twere pIIss'td:
Ir. HI. N' 22, establishing fire epllrt- '
S lel ts: S+. I I. No. 155, pl wtl's fA '
I 'St: ry uneu.ltins; S. II. No. 14:_,
cont'itltionutltl amendment relting to
'xemptlons from tuxation off 4)ld
sullers' property: H. 11. No. 5t, state
fair mlamlagemnent, and S. II. Not. 151,
livestock +otmmission Investigation.
i,1H. 1t. No, 112, communlanble diseases,
1w ° 'ncurred In, hut the vote re
conlidored and it wus sent to the
S eetrtl ,1g committee for amlndment.
s .ellitolr (leorge's public utiltille
i'llwa i ilhed in the enllto today
I- afl'r I strited debate,
s I it, H. ('. BRYANT.
k i. . . . . .
BORAH ANO BEVERIDE
ANXIOUl FOR A VOTE
Wllhington, Feb. 15.-If the plans
of lentators Iiorah and Beveridge with
reference to the election of senators
anid the charges against Senator
.orlnter are not frustrated, the senate
alelntar will he relieved wilthin the
next week of two measures which
ha ivi oc'up4etlie much oif the senate's
workilng time. Mr. Borah yesterday
gave notice that he would ask the
leniate to sit tomlorrl'toi\ until at vote
was reiacitheld on the resoilltltio pro
viding for the election of senators by
dilrelt v\otle antd Mr. Beverildge today
inldicated it similar purlipne wlthi
rei'er'enet'O tlio the i'liri'er resolution
for Inext Tulesliday.
\htVliher l11e sMnators will niitccoln
plisli their resplectivo piurposesm Iby
th se tactleics Is ii. iltuc tiol ; lbut It is
evident to till that it' they fall and If
thse two measures continuo to ri
,vive the attentioln if' the senatt tiheri'e
will he little timie for the .considera
tion of apipropriation hills, Canaillait
reetlpreit.l.y aind the tariff hoard hill.
inoth the Lntrimer queistion ainl thel
electlion amendmetinlett lau've lieen ills
lexleil at grelt length iand their 1tiri
I ittr dect'lare that tiher'e can lie iio
liulpose in delaying it votel other thian
to hfl'iat thetm throiugh lefault.
IN IOWA.
I)ts Moines, l'eb. 15.--Today's bal
lot In the Iowa legislatutre resulted lai
fdlows: it. . Den mmer, 47; Kenyon,
41; Uarst, 3: Sammiis, 3; Porter, (lIdent.)
52. Absent, 5. Necessary to ti
ichole, 76.
'lThei vote formerly given to Yountlg,
was cnt., with hls consenllt, for Juitlce
HIGH.PR1lED MARE.
Chicago, Feb. 15.--Annotrunementl
was madile here today of the sale In
Sioux City, Iowa, yesterday by H,. ".
F Milaln, of the Perctheron mare, Ro
lanthe, 40825, for the highest price ever
B paid for a draft mere, $8,500. The
purchaser was Mrs. W. S. Corsa or
White Hall, Ill.
Tmrsday's Secials
New spring merchandise is crowding all.the winter
season goods out at below bargain prices.
Women's all wool serge dresses, mostly navy, val
ues to $15.00, for the day at $4.95.
Odd lots of children's wool and part wool dresses,
values to $3.00, not every siz,, fjr theday, 65¢.
Women's all wool dressing sadques, material alba
tross, values to $5.00, for the day, each, $1.75.
Women's long kimonos, materials all wool, alba
tross, for the day, each, $3.87.
Children's winter coats, values to $6.00, for the day,
each, 98¢.
Children's winter coats, values to $12.50, for the
day each, $2.50.
Boys' w'inter overcoats, values to $16.00, for 'ages
10 to 18 years, for the day, each; $2.00.
THE CRESCENT FOR RELIABLE
ADVERTISED MERCHANDISE AND PRICES
Main Floor ligins Block, Phone 821
I
AN URGENT AND INSISTENT PUBLIC DEMAND
FOR A TELEPHONE SERVICE WHICH MEETS THE
NEEDS OF COMMUNICATION IS RESPONSIBLE FOR
THE EXISTENCE AND GROWING POPULARITY OF
THE MONTANA INDEPENDENT TELEPHONE COM
PANY.
NOTHING LESS THAN A MIRACLE COULD TRANS
FORM A STAGE COACH INTO AN AUTOMOBILE.
IT'S THE SAME IN THE TELEPHONE BUSINESS.
Montana Independent
Telephone Company
r,"i
'N,---- - - -- - - -
ET electricity do some of your work. It will do it
cheaper and faster than you can.
A single motor will run the sewing machine, polish
everything that needs polishing, and grind the knives.
It will also remove cooking odors from the kitchen,
ventilate the bedroom, and make the furnace give
more heat.
It is the Westinghouse General Utility Motor-one
motor with the simplest possible attachments fdr all
these different duties. Call and see it operate.
Costs no more than an ordinary motor. Current costs less than a cent
an hour. *
MISSOULA LIGHT & WATER COMPANY
FOUNDERS IN TEMPEST.
Roten,, I Fane, I'oh, 1Cl. 5-The enp
tiin of the Spanish stiieaner I)Liargan,
Stpanis(ItIhII , i li tl th t i' th e Stinish
h {i)I t -I) llut 'rgn , d hilil't ,I, lle III tlelll i.lt.
i.st llier A. strlu t, whIl t hileft u Irto 'eii
imt for i 'tiiiui' ati the tI'me time s
the (uHIIrgaI, I o'tdered iln i tentlw.t
llnl that 7.li pu;., IeW t s ll trhe rn l'Wng
p.riwhedl.
olThere i os no ot'tsrtiimttio wro th
eand tlln' t niry b fo hi br o er-es.
Nhoshona. steamer. lnnai th Abentn
listed oi thJ regist, a . Theo lleaut.
;lrriv'd at Rotterdam on Jaltary 31,'
RANCH MAN 8HOT.
lander, Wyo., Feb. 15.--Napoleon B.
Konnour, i weulthy ratlhnl.an living
on the Shoshono reservatien, was shoe
and killed last night by his brother
, ln-law, Joseph inaker, a ,alf-beed
Shoshone. Mrs. Kinnear whas a .augh"
ter of Jim Baker, a noted scout.
SPECIAL SALE
I Ihave 40 llghtly Wed( hauher
suppl,y razors. Everyone positively
gi ll'anlteed a smnooth, clean shaver.
This w.ek only. Prices from On0 to
$2.00 each. Honed and stropped
ready far use. Mall orders filed
consciultiously. Name the pr ce
and I'll '1 tify you or retulrl your
mIoey.
BOB MERCER,
Grand Paoiflo Barber Shop
Mlswohlu, Montana.
•SHOE SALE
AT THE
Workinglmen's riend
Clothing Store
131 WEST FRONT STREET
?MTRSOULTJAN WAN~ ADU
BRING QUICK REBULTS.

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