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S.gt' Devepinalt l i"; at ptil,l, 1054.1, pointed 1 GY. I A..14 a*o xfuho wo; e ., all p. J. teloy, I atiben4 Pevi,0O C Protmberg;1, "tllmes, "t. t., kln., tls; .Iutls Newman, W. C " , PFort l otn; 0. M. Miles, J. I3. Arnoid, Witles City: B. C. Leeoled, Glendive; 1 lAIAustus Vaux, 1ldneyf W. R, Allen, 11 P. IMathewson, Anaconda; G 9. Mathewu- R. W. Reynolds, Lewittown; 'W..B. Rhoades, Kallpill; A. 3R Bick-, antd. Polson; A. Jr Walrath, bloaet.n: SOett Duntian, eltade; W. 1. AI- I bright,, Phlllpeburi;' W.. Dingwall, Drummondl: ev. L.J. Christler, Havre; I W. H, Melvin, Chester; D. M. Kelly,l' boulder; P. H. Johnson, Whitehall; asmnuiel McKennan, Lewis Penwell, `Helena; V. A. Hamonn, 1Eureka;.L. H. Phtaust, Libby; G'eorge IF. Weeks, Shert S'dn: A. J. Wllcomb, Twin Bridges; E. P. Conwell, White Sulphur Springs; A. C. Graves, Harlowton: A. J. BroelDen stein. J. M. Rhoades, Mtssoula: Prank Walf, J. L. Asbridge, Roundup; John T.. Smith, Livingston; .dgar G11bso,1o Clyde Park; W. B. Jordan, M. P. Jen aen, Dear Iodge; George Ward, Miles Rtomney, Hanillton: 1. IF. Meyerhoff. 'Thomas Alexander, Forsyth; C. C. Willis. Prank B. Bowman. Plains: John Ferns. Herman Bainnk, J. E. Oppen. heimer, A. P. Henningslen, Butte: W. H. Patterson, James (tilia, lPig Tlnler; W. H. Campbell, Valleor: J. M. Wcebb, Choteau: A. O. Blette, Culbertson; S. J. Rundle, Glasgow; Dr. W, X. Mud duth, fBroatlview; I. D. O'Donnell. Billllngs. IDAHO COUNTY GOES FOR TEDDY Biole, March 28.--EIrly returns from the county primaries In Ada county todalny virtually ,.aured the elect!on to the state'coTwention at 1tewlston of 81 delegates favorable to instructions for Roosevelt. The county probably will stand Itoosevaet 59 1-2 votes: Taft. G3 1-2. At lcewlnton the county, delegation will fight for an uninstlructed deli gation to Chicago under the leader ship of Senator DBrah. Tih controvetey. over the possbility of the planet Mars Iwling Inhabited has been going on for more than 24 years. In a sale beginning today our Dry Goods Department will feature 29-Inch Holly Batistes at 154 "The Standard Fine Batiste of America." Made from carefully selected cloths and beautifully patterned in floral, stripe and dot designs, as well as all plain colors. Eighty different styles. 27-Inch Cotton Voiles at 254 These voile. are perfeoot in weave and finish, assur ing satisfactory service when made up in summerr waists and dresses; choice of a wide range of colors. An exctra special value. Do You Want a Brand New, I Five-Year, Guaranteed Iron ? We can offer you a fine exchange proposition if you own an op Hot Point,. Con" ii .and ,tkid out wHat tihe proposition is. 0 0 ' u Orw . i a ~ ~~ ,~t ·I~rIIL - eat . ail., lMeh t.-A ,peial to A Jury was securto4 oti mouch dif. fleulty in the trial of lMtaltey Miller, accused of holdi tl up the f~islem bank tII Jutly, last, and- thl .stte Iha sex amined several witnheoes. Cashler A. J. Hatch and Attponet John d-llina, boeh of whom were among those lined Sup agalnst the wall vhile the cash was bellt secured, testified to the occur rences, and both positively identfied, the defendant as the man who held them up while Bill BSlndersWas taking the money out of the vaylt.' While this Uva golhg on, H. La. "Benton, editor of the Harlem News, looked ia, think. Ing hli might find a news item. He wis ,invited In by the defendant, but in stead beat a hasty retreat in the op posite direction. lio rtly after this, Constabl rlie vell came in and suc ceeded In covering the man Inside the vault as he came out with the loot, and at the second shot killed %him. The men who were being held up in the 4 front .of the bahk could not see the shooting, but they were soon relieved as the defendant backed out of the dloor and made his escape. There are about 23 other witnesses to examine. SOCIAL EYL IS ISSUE IN CAMPAIGN IN PLAINS Phalils. Mlurch 2S.--(Speclal.)-As a result of the reform ticket being put In the field against the tltizens' ticket, a nnes. Vweet'ng wua held tonight to dlsceuss ilit brt'.ul evil.. (Concllmanll B. W. iV, imp.son, who Is up for re-election oln the rIformll ticket,. was cllalirmaln. Amr,ng thwhse vwo spoke were Attor reys I. IH. linludell and It. J. Itur eigh. Rteverends Ross, Johlnusln and Itaum, c. W. Norcross and former aMnyor '. W. Powell, nominee for nil dermnlll on the cltlezns' ticket. The lquestionl was discussed from the fitun elnl, business and moral viewpoints neld ai lleals llmade to the voter to cast his hullot for what he thought was rlght. 1Reierlaly strol., ludas were Imamde by thl ministers to abolish tile district anl Counctilman Powell stated if the ,I'*olpI'* would ask fur the sup presslin .of the district lihe would vote for it in the coulcil. The contest is proving"to be the warmest one ever had in Plains. PHILLIES WIN. I'Ihlaidelphal Natnllonal, 7; Washnlg t.ll lllmeriicaln, 0. m i3( q tr, !, cr e `. ew1t" . O '" Atirftey use of Atness. T wempi bo knows, nothing about pla at'a ' s albWi Lne on the sta SJ bilsplt most of her 11 oti" th4 bos ,ac I, the woman who ca ct has a. ridSht behind the footlight eve itf she had no experience sa,, 'ithat ina dramatij school. I don't con alder it necdstry to come front th ..atter la order to amount to somethlq ton tue stale. The better bred, womna jIa, thei more phases of life she he seeaf; above ,ll, the more she has sf. feted, the' btter actress she will bi ard woth sad adversity are the bae MRW. LE LIE CARTEI Seachers for an actress, as they are fo, an artist in any field." Titus spoke Mrs. Leslie Carter whet psked for her views upon the stage as voealisa for women Aars:; Carter i ptarring under the management of Joh Corn, in "Two Women," a play whicl has been Immensely successful amp ?which will ;Do seen here shortly. t Work, work, work, is Mrs. Carter' pecret for success on the stage when shi says,: "I have time for nothing but work ever since I began to study for the stage II have given up everything for it family, home, friends, leisure and pleas ure, and I'd do it again to-morrow, I'v had great success and an enormous fol lowigg, and I've had enemies who havy laced every obstacle in my path an. ,used every means to ruin me; but firs land last I have had the public on nmI Sside, so I can afford to forget the lie that have been told of me and the on sportsmanlike tricks that have bees played upon me." CHANCES 'GOOD FO8 CREATSTRIKE ((tonttlit'ed Ia'ronll Pg ()in.) case their present employos qtllt work and they have.made no plans to do so "Tihe operators have had no official notification that the mnlne workers would leave their occupations at the collorles on April 1. "The operators otade a deftiltei'proup osltlone to, renew the award of the strike colnmittee for another term of three years, tmod the mine workers' representatives declined to accept this offer. At the last Joint cunference thu operators expressed themselves as ready and wilitng to 'rant an lhuredl. ate hearing when thq milne workers should desire to eontnnuntcato again with themt, Ng arraneoment for an other .meeting has ieen made. If on April 1 there beglnsSe suspension that causes losses an} lncoqvenlence to the mine workers, the operators and the public, the operators consider that they caunot Justly ,e held responsiblu for it." Neill on the Job. Washington, March ae.--Dr, Cihuhil's P. Neill, United States comnmultsolner uof labor, who inow is in Cleveland, sl chargod with thu rtsponslblilty of keeping the fud:raul governthent in elose touch with all developments in the coal situation. President Turt, it Is explained, wants uuthuritatlve in. forma.lon front the moment It becomes evident tht ithe operators and miners la the anthr 'lite dhd bitumnnous flelds are Adadllocked. ln4hlis event, the gov ornntept. It to aid, Inay consider mens Sul'ei of frienully mediation. figJgliS of thu department yq cons ;treO'.and4 labor emsttlaally declare at)r., INelll at tiMs hesta is not en p.$YPd anWy mission 'top bltub. the con. mtndlng parties toga ser. All o.4 e# trlie'a ps IWgs pumped out "of 'dlt is tyin 'uol l ,$adls, which vs a tol arma of about 40,000 ,ao Mrs firmly believes that , peat : mory of actiagis one el thed j a country. -ti.master must i e boy in thale pllay u weliltai in the stagerb a*d the feat a .asabe accomplished wlit.st technýic' ntent," she says. The Al has not a high opinion 6f stock~ 'iW. for efficiency: "r btiven't suchb.-a b opinion of the expeencee gained t'.tock work as many people have, l a different part etesy wee.k miai more for carelessness than effidency. iThe stock actor never Ierams his lides thoroughly. He says anything that come'lito his head. He has no time to wolrout little points and make, thet eJft 1 don't know what the old stoekel pany methods were like, but I avd wd with recruits from the modern fype pnd have found them more carehli than. any other players. Ex petipnpe does pot necessarily mean years before the public. I was successful with almost no stage experience. I had played only two roles. But I had studied hundreds of parts and worked like a dog. over each one of them. It seems to nme that that was better than learning carelessly and playing negli ently a hundred roles in public. "Training is essential; then sticka tiveness, patirnce. enthusiasm, and joy usness. Wo\Vrking with hopeful energy, is more productive of results than slav-' ing without joy in the work. Personally, I adore acting and I have the energy of perfect health and the perseverance of my Scotchll forebears, the Dudleys, one of whom had for his device 'Grip fast' " PEOPLE'S RIGHT TO RULE IS EMPHASIZED (("'tlllJi'jl lir'oi rnge 7l 11'.) lpowors that I,roflt by privillegeo t tihe expense of Ith' rights of the plainl len ple as a whole. I advooate genuine popular rule in nation, in state, in oity, in oountry, as offering the best possible m.pans for eliminating speolal privilege, alike in polities and in busihoese and for genuine equallty of, opportunity for every man to show the stuff there is in him. "I ulu t I dll Ill'illl equality of reward. But I id, ikne that we ecellavteor o to shape our g'uvornmentsal plolliy as to brIng ailotout it inemaureafhl eqluallty or opDiortunity for all tmen and all womnen so as to dli Justlte to man and to .Woman, to hil and little; to rich ilnd to poor. "I hold that we of this nation are falie to our professions, false to the traditions hhnded down to us by the founders and the preservers of the re. public, if we do not make It in very truth a seal republlo, a demooraoy In fact, as well as in name, a deomooray where each man stands on hIsl worth as a man and is judged as aeuhl a democracy in which the people rule themselves, where their representatives do not rule them, but honestly and effioiontly manage the government for them," SENATOR TAYLOR I-MPROVLS. Washiniton, Marclth t28.-Senator lobert H. Tlaylor of Tennesseeo s rest Ing coinrortably tonight, after an op eration for gallstones, po(orrmq to dayI, The patlent's CeidltfOt ti4iigates s speedy recovery, i. . CAVIIN 'KltLLS+" MIiL ; 8linghamt, Utahl, R h al 8i,--A gave In at a stope in tlti'Itatlt-leola:si eine iburie, ;had-rv, r Thdnss i,"' Tllns niPsedsio, two miears, today,. 'jl'oy wtre d4a4 w*I' t Olti 4o1 . 9 * .. ,.The ,flst 4nme, to our knowledge, *. that such an opportunity has ever been presented to horse-owners and harness buyers in this locality. An old established factory, whose product has held an enviable repu p tation for quality and service, and one of our suppliers for years, re cently decided to retire from busi ness and to close out its stock at cost. We were heavy purchasers and the advantages we secured are now being shared with our cus tomers. Included in this sale-: Double Work Harness Double Express Harness Double Driving Harnes Single Express Harness . . Single Driving Harness Strap Work of All Kinds Come and See the Remarkable Bargains Don't Walt ! They're Too Good to Last! CHAMBER CONSIDERS MANY QUESTIONS LOCAL COMMERCIAL ORGANIZA TION HOLDS INTERESTING MEETING AT SHAPARD. 111111t the matters handigeled by the exce'itll ve e tlllllllltee, t lithe Missoulal Chaimbr of C(nn)llllleree, Which I omt y),i tertldy IInoln at the Nlutpard hotel, were of a dry vPriety, still they .tero of such lllportlncle as to receive proper atll ilolderlate u'ttlntlonl. F'or lan hour anld a half nIltional and iinesdl ftl'a 'Iwere iIsiu'Ii d il. 1111t1 all maitters Were given seruus studtly. T'h(e Mcattle (l 'halllmber of 'olllnlloerc whichOe the Misoula ChambeI r oif (Oln mllerce to co-operate. with it in urgllig thi i forest service to detail sin expert frunI its Madlson laboratory to tile wesi('ern tIlversitlCe to carry on a Jlst gradlutlo couruse for the purpose of uiliLzingg the by-products of the north west tinmber. A uonferetleo on thi. lmutter will bh hIqld with the forelstry oflclials here lbeforc deflliltu ctlioni 1i taiken., T'l special coinlmlalmiion a lippoliluted by (Governor Norris lust full to Irilse the Montana finances for eur ylng out this state's part of the "G(overnors' Mpo. clal" Is confronted with it deficit of $1,000. The commsllloners recons. meldiil that each county appropriate the mont of $100. All of the countles except 10 camne through with their share. Missoula county s oneo of the 10) which Is delinquent. Ilnasmuch as the Missoula cetmllmisloners wore very liberal last year In their publicity ap. propriltlons, the chamber of com mIerce does not feel 1114i pessling the matter, although the piperI will be turned over to them for their conlsid eration. Missouhi Is the only city In thle tate whlch hum r'epresentaltionl i the Amer len Assoclution of Comltenlial exec-. utives, and that body has asked Mi. soula to pass a roeolution urging con greeo to make a decent appropriation to the department of commerce and labor for the bureau of manufactures, In order that this department may have a working capital in comparlson to the amount of good it accomplishes. *'he Vo ue of the manufactured prod ucts of the United St&tes for 1910 was over $21,000,000; the bureau of mwanu feotutus' appropriation last year wv $140,000. The agrloultUral producte 2 of t110 courtry for 1910 were valued at 01,0(0o,,o0, The nationatl governh mert4 pent In that year for the a. vean.O eit uf agrtlulttiril interests over 7,00,000. The' biredu of maL. ufaott peil` eouid pePnd' With' a(vantate to AmUet i iL 14 riep (tWi I Ltl Iatli ropranlltili to) ilerely ItInilstailal I ismalll iorlpt o tralntd Ollllluerelul ag4-ItI ttO Investigalto e(ery plihase of trade lit special linen of Inidustry In forelgni countrlit. Letters will he I.Ltein h.y Iy'he chlamtllmr alkilng repre J~n1atli'es t Washington to lask for an lnpte.L.ed aplplroprlatlion fotr tneIt year. Pq~u IJtllt of resolutions prutestntlg galinst the Ipausage of tlhe friee sugar bill Was considlered too mluch of a po. ~ ti.al questiot to handle, alnd ul , 1ougbh tihe sathalles presentedll were v.iry I .terIesi g, nothing will done of fletally. gr ss would be hIld it ealttle Jutln i to It, and idelsred tihat four delegates anld iiIterlatltes e appointloted. 'Tlllh Is an Illplortan t meeting aind It It quite probablel. that at good delegatlion will .go froml Mlissntill In addltlon to thoIll, lapphintet'd uns tllegates. TIoHos selvctted ar tlegattes rn lr, M. lrs, l.lu, t lalkk fordt, Cofftee andl I('etl' tlt the lalternite' are lesars. I'rank Keith, lP. J. White, Itughl KennedlI Iy iandtl '. I. I'" Kellogg. i ecretalry irellrelentelt will a'eomtpany th. delnegation froml here, 'rhthe phlasling pIart of yesterday's progratti were the reports or the se-v .al collmlmttees havilng In chalrgo tile lW'llasing of nlelnbershlip alild the se ttrlll. of pledges for the ensuing yoer. In addtltion t to the rle-llllnng of vir tlWuIy aill the last year's illmembers, there acre ItILnuy additions to the router, whllch brling the membership up to the high figures of 3215 and an Itn cotom of $t.500 for the fiscal year. The commlittee appointed by the uni versity' to colifer with a like delegation ` ,A Strong ad a The Me Who Weear T men of the great northwest dsmne3 b g, gene~rous quality o material r ' wor m nf gp l, the overallns things ir" n t1I role sl in. ° om Soo1 th most comfortable, oiigest i n ovr sewed ~ ~ ~ og It anrvTe aer I Isa I A at afe b a overall l tpltii you seet i N out opIn oo 7, t uuully sewed a an' rip The material') ' o be y rl ýn elm tbysstbf tkeai you . rlo s# nos ilrl ; your f ilea fr qua t ' fryr ý .t i IJ l A.ý "1 fromii Cu, chamber to dotermi'Qeo be nimethod of raliing tinandeg for Uiei5 terachiiolastic track leet, recomme d that an effort be made to' sbil a tickets and that the lhamlber of C. mneree assisat in lukilg thie Msale/ i was agreed' to and Preslde0t Coein I t night advised that the follbWing ni - beor would be asked to devote a hours each day for three days In. Ing the campaign a success: Mi Cofft, Illrod, J. M. Keith. Rowe, ti olihu, Cnlry, Kennedy. O'liern, Mqly roa.c:y., icehranRg, lix,n, Ilelmhach, Pet titt, VIrrunk K.eith, lindl Peterson. INSURRECTO FORl FOOLED BY ABERT (C[oitiiued irum Page Olne.) 8.500 men at Jimlines, about 3,500 holding (Wb country betweett here aea P.calon, and about 2,000 men St &inta /Rosalla and hlihiulsau . , With Aubert's wasp.llke force out of the ,way Oroeco feels he e ly could overcome the federal Wire atlherlng under fluerta at Torrbo)l. Otosco in well supplied with aetilng', having lx numachine guns, two modetn field pieces, captured feom federals at Corralilts, one mortar and several guns turned out at the CObhtuaht.a shops.