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SUCKEYE SALOON 18 CLOID UPON THE ORDER OP THE CO6MISSlIONERS. Commisaloner William Houston yes tslday morning took the first step towid making the saloon keepers co opirate with the police force In keep ing their places free from disturb-I ances. Yesterday morning the com mlloliner filed a commulniction with the mayor In which he stated that tile Butckeye saloon on Railroad avenue anas not being run according to Iloyle andlll that he reconmlended *he revoca lion of its Ilcense. lie stated that the license had been Issued to John Trudeau, .1ut that it was being con ducted by Charles .riner and Trudenu,. ills rentomlendation was acropted and| the license of the Buckeye saloon Wila revoked. The saloon Wits closed yes- I terday afternoon. Acclordling to the' police, this sal,nll hasl never been a very orderly pl)hte and tlhrel have been several disturih alllnrtes there. Thursdaly evening a shot was fired in the rear of the saloonm and Friday evening a very successfull rumpuls was pulled off there in which c'harles Flner and 1t. F. t'lark par Utiicpaltel Flner was aIrrested antd when he was searched at the pollie lieitldquarte'rs i sixhoIIotIer wa foundtl in his Ipossessi.n. lie was then charged % ithb carrying einiealedl we*apolls and the caset trned over ti the counlty officials. The officers are still looking for I'lark. who is ac cused by Finer of having used brass "knucks" in the melrlee. C'lark is said to be an undesirable itilaen and It iill be nmade warnu for him if tlhe Police nltlnage to arrest hnllt. Speaklng of thie ituckeye saloon miatter, Commlnissionllr -luston said: "it will goI hard with the saloon keepAs1 itwho. I111ntain disorderly ,lates in thll, futllre. We haI;ve justI started this cnlmpaign against the .aloon menll, who let flllghs shta ill their placIes a1nd then till on tillt pollice to settle thell. It Is my belief thtlll ,the proprietors alndl balrtendlrs aiini Jprevent ai blig lmajorily of the fights that take place in bars and tlhy nlmust do this fronl lnow on. I want 1it say iight here that there will )e somel mnore licenses rievokedi unless there art, fewer drunken Indians hangllig lrounld soIIe of the placesii." Woody Finds It. At the last meeting of the cit'ly conn ell. (i'ty Attorn.y Weootdy was in Piruc'te'd to seea' if heI ceuld finll hI.' ordiltan'e in regardt to the garbage ilis. Iliis enrlh was scr tllessl lflan soon the festive' gt:erhage' c'aen will h. be relposintg at the' rear eof every reel dente and hstt liess piaee' The .. ordi fince req.uiring thisl welt fiound te lhave I eetn leele'etl en A eligtst 10. tItl, , arThe' mayor stated that hl c', ottld nllot under.stalit what the idea was illn not enfortlinllg thell ordinan al f lteltr it IhalI teen asseid. T'il,. ordilancel wasl turned over to tlir. Bryalnt with in atructlona teo see thatI it w"as en.for..ld lie askedlel thel. co' nlllil to l(t e tIlan'' ey whicth everyone shouleli haeve it ela' anetd was atdvl,,d Ised to cone it with ilth. detalers first antd see if they head l tsupply lon h:and. The' innyor I teIt stated that as enoet as the 'ene haie been inbtalled the city would etllllly ia trrbage 'etllt'etor tei see tei it thati the clan we're eiltlth'ed regulallrly. Must Connect Up. I)r. Brytlnt in ia conlttlintlleltiont to the coune'll asked that the residents in the district east ofl Iigglnt ins venlue anti north of itank street, In the originnlll townlite west of tiggins ivenuee', ii I 'eW. J. 1MLteortniek's tiddlitionll, Ill tile (' I'. Higglins aidditon and tilt iii Mre. VWhirk's Idditionl lying west of thie 1 ley through tltllie' X, W and ofy this ddtldion ie ,l ordered ('to nnect up wtilt i'ewers att oncle'. He stated that tlhere is It large tutier Iof tlthouses tand res'pleiets usedtl' ii I this dlltrlet iand that Ihey are a nilttee' to the pihli teith., C'ity Attorney 'Wooll' y waiil Inltrllcited to draw ailln ordinate 'e elvering thisl ie.Ite'r. l'iThe property iowners will Ie given it rIea' lnalt le Ili' to e'lei ly 'Ilth ttIh. lew regulation. a.loietr tlit.enhe retqlieested tthe city The Handicap of Weak Digestion can usually he overcome by the use of right food. Persons who suffer from stomach trouble will find a friend in Grape-Nuts S ,FOOD It is made from whole wheat and barley, has de licious flavor, is partially predigested and promptly absorbed by the weakest stomach. Grape-Nuts is full of true nourishment in form to build back health and vigor by strengthening the digestive organs, and through them, the entire body. This food also contains natural Phosphate of Pot ash (grown in the grain) which is especially neces sary for the daily repair of Brain and Nerve cells. ° "There's a Reason." Pottum Cereal Company, Limited, Battle Creek, Mich. liant . .ue`raw ptetw s p leri' in' the Alley betweqan Wont and Mt i tret~t nda between Mailn oand ý streets, 'he alley on the est aidds tuil1ina avenue betwben itln. tn. Cedar streets is a short ope, AbUt It ls also to be paved. Mr. Woody WMa also instructed to draw I petition td the paving of aUllroel ,avenue m We twahn Pltte street and 'Toole avenue: The petition is to be sent to lulevrln tendent gairdslI of the Northern al lftfe, who will take the matter up With the higher officials. It ia underetood that the Northern Pacific Is favorbtle in the paving et this street and that it is prFbible that the work will l done this year. Penae the Chiekeans. If yoi, are the proud possessor of a 'brood of promising chickens, which up to the present time have been de riving sustennnee by digging tip yotlr neighbors' gartrens and lawns, prepare to build a fence around them at oateen . woman, who was forced to see her newly-soWn lawn disappear under the vicious thrusts tf the .oiels of her neighbor's chickens, has made com plaint to the council and her wall was not in vain. City Attorney Woody has authority to draw an iron-clad chirken ordinnllner and it alll he brought be fore the couancll within a short time. This news will 'be a. source of joy to all wouild-bt gardeners. The Subway. ''The matter of a st.lway ulnder the Northern Pac'lfl: tracks was up for ai short discussion yesterdlay morning. .\t n meeting held with aleneral tu It'rintendent Rapelje and Nuperintend ent Birdisal of the Northern P'arifll', the matter of placing the s.uab)way at Wtrden Instead of w'lverly street wtasI broIught up and was looked upon with falvor by the railway officials. James I,. Wallace wits present at the smeet Ing yesterdaly morning and Informed the ct,inell that In his opinion the resl dnts inll tlhat district would not ble nsatlsrled with lthe overhead crossing. which the officia ls ar willing to monve ldown froml Its present location alnd lthat lthey wolldl demand ln grade cronss ilg at Wi'.verly street. The mayor slated that hIe knew the railroad compan.y wtould he very relctalllnt to lput inll grtade ' ssing at h aiti point. fal'thila tI;'r I is I h e tiriiuiu . I. Other Business. A wlk 34. q ou lrdered lit 3.r.11t N~lal3il.lil stree'lt hr fit dto' 13tlI 3'uii k.' hrrdg' o.n l nI 1tre4 hur IIl th IE31p11411it y ownelrsi 'II 4 .u3t 411reel IIttWIOc'li Mndlsonm stree'4 n"fli tIe hi' dar street 'Iridge were given I Ihree sliay s11 in ~hlhIi to 1111ar tit the oar i dll mid i- 1k It11Ia 1i .111 I"ii p131C then'. Th'lint walk i11s3sold to top In dangerous ronH (·lt)tllJI, 1 The QIly cleIrk t11s In14ruclet! in I un..fy AI'·X 31l11'rm (If Arles, 13111a 1144 ho.1s.4. 111n EasIM 341111 3nl ste i re In I l r3 It.!~ C:tll .11. 1 1 111 ili v.411 )Ii. hI'. very had couditl 11; ilt and will ire de.·rc el13.1 a3d, mios. 41 .stheg"Nte Iii 3lt .I3o r lt 111 o 1w 1 11143141.4 Iliti Fir *13 r l' lr il 'eVI ... Iv r .l ... nthat I.tll i h ( lidintll( s at 127. ( nlIn.r(( I *fre·1t were un1.el 1111d3 141111 bI 44.urnj.Ikk i d.-'rIn or 4v1i inslr ll ".t to nutty flit owlier 11 43 0' 3.3 4111. '.3.l~l hI.~lln' t 1411.3$ 11$ 1113k NOT GUILTY. 3'43'.ktlle . tha fi TeJrv hl iitg nai" 114 '.3. A rIt was,1 A43Iche.ru'l 0413. lii.' lilIlill'1 o13 31111114 tI'lirl. IIe west1i3 3.11W~ roCAllIll-r k4IIr CllglYl-, 'e\llX(l. tl~'. g.lll t'- two- lii lllga t l A 4lu 111111 n14 l 43e. 4h fit lf tar ' e.y.-.I i in I *.'o i l A l 411 kI'llid' to* 443~IIi )) 'II 1r341II) l~lC rIlPI'I '1,1)11' CiI. 41 4Ito. * 1 W and *e know Swe are ai by this indispens sable medie to hold out " little longi motwithstandiong we are wel~Elware we are livinp e far beyond tie three score yeart and ten. "Last spring I successfully underwent in operation for cancer, on tha ear. Through the Mu. nSan ro5.A9 Vern.me Ae a aid of Duff a Pure Malt Whis key I was able tb withstand the shock of the operation, wºhich often proves disastrous to many a younger person. I "A great'part of my life I have been either a sailor nofsoldicr. I took part in the Seminole, Mexican and Civil wars and was in 27 battles and skirmishel. "With best wishes for your continued success, yours truly, Duffy's Pure Malt Islkey is one of the greatest strength builders and tonlCel Imulnts k~nown to science. Its palatability and freedom from In rious substances render it so that it can be retained by the most sensitive stomach. For more than fifty years its value to those advanced in years has beeh recognized. 'The over-worked, delicate and sickly will find itn it the health and strength-giving properties that are so necessary to them. It strengthens and sustains the system; Is a promoter of health and longevity; makes the old feel yotng and keeps the young vigorous. It is prescribed by physicians and used as a fam ily medicine everywhere. You should have it in your home. It will prove its value in the many ordinary illnesses of a family or for an emergency. Du!m's Pure Malt Whiskey l the only whis key that was l y the Government as a medicine dmurg the SpanshAamericaa war. Sold in :ERA.El) IO TTLES ONLY by druggists, grocers and dealers, or direct, if your dealer cannot supply you, write us, anl we will tell you where it can be bought. Our doctors will send you advice free, together with a valuable illustrated medical booklet. The Duffy Malt VWhiskey Co., pochester, N. Y. _ _ _ _ _ _-_rollins MADERO TO RESIGN REBELS DECLARE LETTER RECEIVED AT THE IN SURGENT STRONGHOLD SAYS CONGRESS IS TO ACT. 'hthetl.mhl t. Mlexh'. . M1Ily 2 ,-That ,',,lgr,,,s ha 1,1 re'Iil,'mhed Ma;idlorn to, resign the. lresidh.l,. aid thl it h, hod I ;Iagre. to idri, s o in .ftee' 1, in the! Nl.unclli' i of ; t1 lelegr;eiel re, eive. l al the' rel.i a lmllyv heallqeiI rI er n te Ilay. ITh Iine ,Ii tlli ie der eof thier l ei..ssge was et imdey' .pubille, thoutgh it wite admt itttt,,I Ih it ite 1ee' from 'l W' ith thiei I iein i 4II 1 alll, i eoti t jlpa llust Il .rth of Ii ll.|h i.n., 4 iln b's nIIo |IIt ofi her, is tlh ir ehJetive. the thtnili fnde l of reelils whi irce,;Ised toi struggle 'Ihurisday 1, htIilt itellenn against thei heavy fire of itiiertsr t' itl'lery andit trejei the soutii. I It I. In t lit till probit , hlel th iere will Ie eillther big enlo'iter etweien Ih l.l opps 'i.hig fi r .,'e. folr seIverl w,, rlts. ''lTl hake mli iore effre,'tive the dl'hy. tI.lniniting crews will move over the1 riilrslct, north of ,lin.ee In thle waiket if tIhe rletls.ll the Ihr mtcoivementeil tl latlhiniih.i destroying tlhe water illstiik ild c ill lrldige,. mlin whlich it the sI tee l stºrucitu lit HI l itl.ieotl , wil elh I"st $ Ai.i 0li i it lhl. Ic'olhnel AntolloI In)Jos, who lshortly llter tule city f' .1 ire, was takn byll the'.eelse . in ted ItlIhl IIeI'oI Na'hlt htile there'. waus releeseid Iedlay froin prislm, where he hadl been eInflnedll for eourly ltwo lonthsll. Ithi ged with ii surditl n tiontll. e( i ral .lltere./.n' il grantedl thee Jeellth ll1 of tl.Jaju tleo bte ilohwweud toi re'Jeill Il 111K o lm't nllct id. Report Denied. Mexnl. ('ity. MAMy 25.-The reportedl. ilntelntn iof l nderilI tol rsig'ln wasl branded tonight tey ieinheiierie if the Ierlns'te'lnt' n "fanlly" .I t hlie lt lieiin lie irit serioui denialll. (Gultaoi MIu ltern, the pnol idel t'llli blrother, tuli that list 1ieeh t hing was thouil I ght of. Ernlesto Mdelle'l, unclt e tie' idilIent, lmlde' i siminer csttetent. Refugees Leave Mexico. Mltanallate, Mexte', May 2, -'T'ihe trliispeirt Itufiorll, whcll arreived herei yesiet'rdlay, sailed Ih lay ieid Is deile ti reach Hanll Die earllly Wedlleisdiy, lItefugeeIen flroll I1he exlreie.e south reporlrt a l'oniig Iilli-,ltnerieel fI.eliihg previling. e eirg. A (li hih'rIh, twier of :i I1 icu' plantllieeon near Hani l itlerln', mold h,,' hod Hind ll Itnlin d Jill ill leei liate tins of $21I,uett IleildeiM It ' hlerelintg oif lis property. l1, was tefre'd l y biv ldilitt in give ip he i lmets ey. nl horese. T''hey gave hlnti an ihour Io lleleae the eiiuttry on penailly of being killed wihll i fltillly if ho dlid unt go. All tif Ihll- rIefl iee i ire o t the )piln iohn I hlat inter'venlthle IN tile only soluelltne lf elle tloblle hill tlli ey .aiy thlIt if the I nliled .llIlt.es doele interl. venlO the Aleiitirtl i ie t Ii i lltellor will be in great. dcung-r. PRIMARIES IN FERGUS. Lewlltowl, Montl., May 2i. ---tplin 'nrl tie' 'pritmarles were held thlroulllghoullt l'erglils e'ut11y teildcy TIhe etlinty i-elventiolt will b i ie held i Leewleiown Monday. ('clark antd Wllaoi are the favorites and It ts coldeared likely that the convention will adopt a reso lution Indorsinrg one hit these, but the delegation to the state convention will o unnstrlucte4, TEMPERANCE MEN DO BATTLE WARM FIGHT JESULTS OVER ATTEMPT TO MOVE HEAD. QUARTERS OF SOCIETY. tlnneapolli hi MAI $, -"t st pre pared to prove that the moverment to thange the tIeadqularters of the Chl ago r-Temperance oelhety f(ol Chic ago to Topr.'kl. Ken.. is In the interest of the A Inli-ilooni league. I em pie i-pared t1 prove it In slimply a scheme ~1to do ha to tIe( church temperancee ocliety. Tihe had qI the Anti-alhion eaigue. I am prepared to prove. said this swciety must get off the earth." With these wordsH , Dr. Samuel T)ickle, proft-sor of Alhln college of AlliAon, iceII.. hrealted a eonlation In thle con ferli-ns of the Methodist Episcopal church in iIthie dll ushllon of the report of the committee on temperance andt 'midst crni s of dt.lrlilon, continued llas ilttactk on the comdminttee report which was presented by former Governor J. Iranok Htnnly of Indiana. IlDr. Dick's tuendment to the corm Iitter report thalt Chicago he lsub stittlte for Topeilhka was rejected after a long d(1ebate 1n which Dr. Baker of VWestville, ., seciretary of the Anti Mialuoti lIeaige, dlenied the charges III(ll ahigainst hI)m. In elections today S. H. Harle Taylor, W. F. Oldhlam, Indiana, andl V. M. North, North Noew York, east contference, were elected ciirrespalonding acrretarlce of the board of forelgn mistions. Withll the elec. lii tof r. fltliham to, whos a mian in ary ishopi, (another election for issluonary thisho'lis pruobably will ihe neiesary. GROCER SHOT BY BLRGLARS. Hpokane, Alil 'tic.-Otis Hart, pro Iprlietor of a grocnary store, was shllot and fatally woulnded tonight when lie re Misled the attemplllt iof two highwaymnen to rob Illin. Ihrt had'just closed Ill store when two men covered him with' revolvers (1andI ordered him to hold up IlIs hands. HIe grappled with one rob her alnd was waht In the back 'by the 'second robber. Three shots were fired land tile l oll.ie helieve that the robber with wlhllii 'Halrt grappled war wounlld iil vy onlle of tlihe ibullets. 3Both mlade I lir escape, CONSIDINE BANKRUPT. New York, AMay :5.-An Involuntary etition i blltkrillOy was filed todtay in the 1nitnlhl Htates district court alguinst uI. I-. onslldilne, the sporting Imantii, by l'reldiliira wiho ay the liablll tieu Itlilaunt it $3:10),000 Iwth assets of $200,00o0. Why Salves Can't Cure Eczema $hlwe ithe hi-ifishioned tioeory of curing 'cMnmel 'lilo(,ugh the blood has been given ip '.by solenthlts, many different anlvte have been tried for skin dlsease., Ult it heas been found that these salve only clog the pores and cannot gwnetrate to the Inner skin below the epldorerml where the easema gornm are lodged. This-the quality of peenatrating probably explains the tralmelUd4pus UO ceas of the well-know.t qqlld euema remedy, oil of winter4h thymnol *ly*ine, etc.. as ' oom~nued i t D. ý,. D. Prescrlptton, Sutte, May e.-the pyeir. tom sta' on West,Sroadw~ ~ ialmat. disovered about T7i ",o'eoo th l io morning, causing a os.kl, t about nad narrow ape, .a we.a aintw p while the fire was 'Thie,. remained In the bufld i . the fut posMnbik moment, thring p wdi t belbigingl they eopiL, and then found themaelves so hemmed in by, flares' that It was necesapy to ediaip throbyh the frot ' wih. a fire.tan carrying Mrs. Swarts dowl the ladder, dressed only In her nightgown. Swarts placed the loes to the build Ing and effects at $5,00 and stated it was fully covered by insurance, which had been placed through Spo kane agencaes, so that the Jocal people would not stiffer any los., The rear wall of the buildlog leans toward the alley and is liable to fall at any time, while the oeat wall of the 3. 0. O. . hall la badly cracked and the bricks crumbled, so that it will not sriffer any eass. The roof and top story of the T. O. 0. P. hall was burned down and the entire bulliqlrg badly damaged by smoke and water. When the flame. were at their height representatives of different lodges which meet In the halt' hurried Ao the scene and carried out, the lodge paraphernalia, Including roben-and other things needed duriatg the meeting, The 9Empress theater building Is owned by Mrs. Pannle A. Button, and is insured for $40,000, of which $83,000 "i on the building and $4,000 on the furnlshings. Her lois Ie tully covered by the insurance. Uncle Dick Mutton, the well-known theatrical man, who probably knows more about the theater than anyone In Butte, gave an Interesting history of the building. He says it was original ly built, about 26 years ago, for tile late John Maguire, a veteran actor, and' that this is the second time It has been destroyed by fire. The first con flagration occurred shortly after the house was opened, and the place was rebuilt by money given Maguire through collections and benefits by his many friends in Butte, as he was al ways extremely popular here. Some thing like $40,000 was raised at that time. It was first known as -Ma guire's theater, but soon after the Iname was changed to the "Grand Opera House," and it is still refereed, to by that name by the old-time res dlents here. It was the first modern theater ever built in Butte, and was the only one In the city until "Uncle Dick'' Button opened the ..amily the ater on West Park street. Maguire continued to run the theater, giving one-night shows and stock per formances there until about 1900. when it was leased to George McFadden of Great Palls. It was not a financial success at that time, and soon fell into the hands of a receiver. Button secured possession In about 1901, while the property was in the hands of the United States court, as he bid the highest for the property at public auction by the United States marshal. It was ltter leased td Howe and Marks of Seattle, who rented it to John ,Masgire. Sutton bought out Howe's interest and operated the show house with Marks for about nine months, when Marls was unable to meet his part of the payments, and the theater reverted to Attorney John D. IForbes, who represented the owner, John o. Bender of Spokane. "Uncle Dick" Sutton negotiated with Mr. Forbes and bought the theater from him In 1902, opening with vaude ville, which was popular at that time. Two years and nine months later, Sutton made the last payment on the building, It 'being $=l,r600, and when he secured the deed he presented it to his wife, Fannie A. Sutton, In the ,box /office of the Broadway theater, with the remark: ' "Here, kid, this should bhe a good living for you for life. I am proud to present you with the Grand opera house and there is not a dollar owing on It." Sutton continued to run thq house for Mrs. Sutton, and in a few years the Sullivan and Considine people be came interested as bookink agents for the theater. In 1905 It was leased to the Orphoum people, but they could not make It pay. On ,May 28, 1909, it was leased to Sullivan & Consldlne for a term of 10 years, and has 'been used by them ever since. The same people also secured a lease on the then Lulu theater for 10 years and phanged lthe name to Orion, as it is now run, STEIPLIJACK IS KILLED. Heattle, May 25.-William Dawley, aged 55, a steeplejaek well known onc the coast, fell 75 feet today when painting the steel smokestack of a rendering plant on Harbor island and was probably fatally Injured. We have sold other remedies for skin troubles but none that we can recom. mend as highly as this for we know that D. D. D. stops the itoh at once. Of course all other druggists have D. D. D. Presoription-go to them it you can't come to uw.-but don't accept some big profit substitute. But If you come to our store, we are so certain of what D. D. D. 1vll do, foryou that we offtter you a fujt also ottle on this guaIntees it yf dr, ..j find that it € i s.e k ye the itSI AT QN4OI, it oWt li yod a 's o George Worlrhelseiw ( y5d* Olyb P1 O~r~gP '> : .S ! In a"i' eight-room modern ioma brand new; Just finished; bathrooz upstairs and downstairs; 60x130' fe of ground; shade trees and ornamenta shrubbery; cement walks and in fact', everything tha.t one could Wish in a splendid, modern Anwe. It is close in and can be "bou for $4;500; a sac rlfice of $50Q on.t.l cost, and we wil accept $500 cash s.hd the balance. Pt monthly payments 'to suit purchaser. It Is a great big bargain. How Is Yur Fire Insurance? McN TQ & fIISlR 115 H Avtue DAWOW DEFENSE WOULD BAR EVIDENCE (Continued From Page One) Through the Darrow defense, the In. dictments against O. I. McManlpal, the informer In the McNgmara cake, were read into the records of the trial. Ap parently it was the Intention io Rogers to convey to the jury the impressiom that McManigal had been granted Im munity. Lookwood Called. Tockwood's sumnmons to the witnless stand came a half hour before - a.d Journment. Walking erectly and with his Grand Army, button displayed on his coat lapel. Lockwond entered the courtroom and took the stand. He was pale and seemingly nervous, 'bul recovered his composure after the ex amination by Attorney Frederlcks had '~paed the stage of preliminary quer les. His story. so far as it had pro. gressed when the final interruption came, was substantially the same as that told at the preliminary examina tion of Bert H. Pranklin, In justice court last February. There was no mention of Mr. Dar row's name, and the defense objected several times to its continuation, on the ground that the defendant could not be hold accountable for Franklin's acts. The reiterated avowal by the proseou tion, however, that It would connect Darrow, swept away the repeated ob. Jeotions. Darrow Watches. Mr. Darrow has taken no part in the proceedings since the completion of the jury. Throughout the testi mony of Monroe, the defendant sat low In his chair, tharing sheqts of paper Into narrow strips. He evidenced great interest in the testimony of Lockwood and his eyes never left the witness while the aged veteran was on the stand. Before court opened this mnorling Mr. Darrow made a strenuous denial of reports emanating from the east that be had negoilated with the district at. 'MAY EA, 11 Desirhig torendqp a great educational service to Its ' soullan hae drrAkrsed with Mr. Hlakin to han4le, It to ITELF., the edlualve output of hisl valuable book fo' OQ the above coupon from six conecouttve lssues of The" i and Pareent themr with 60 cents, to cover the bars cost frei bthand hanl4ing, and a copy Will be presented to yb W tional opt. Bear in nd tit th th bok Jhas been most aif.ul t ten; that every chapter in it is vuobhed for by an aurt vi° tbd;.. t lib illustrated fom Sot.raphs taken esecail fr itl ; t it ated in larg., tclear type op fine book aser and bound in vy In a attreotve, durab manner. A 1S..' VALU, VPO '. ,A 1- k, t yon want a copy. . i l . stai " stni t p d present them at l AM . , 5 , V ' . ,A *F.,i 7,7LT.r -'·l~ torney with a view of entering a plea of guilty to the indictments agtlnst him. BIG EXHIBIT PLANNED. Boseman, May S2.--(peclal.) Through the activity of local business men, the Northwestern Development league has been asked to reterve for Gallatin a floor apace of 335 sqtare feet for the land show at Minneapolis next November. This Is more than) double the space utilised by Gallatln last fall at at. Paul, when practically a clean sweep of the prises was made. The matter I. being taken up under the auspices of the Bozeman Young Men's Business league. IUNINCORPOATED TOWN CAN'T IE COMN SEAI Helena. May lS.-(Speclal.)-.Only an incorporated town or village can be a candidate for the ,locatlon of the county seat In the creation.of a new county, held Attorney General Galen today in answer to a query from County Attorney John Hurly oftlas. 'go*r. It sla presumed that the ques tlon arose over. a movement reported to be under way for the creation of a new co1hty In the eastern part of Valley cunty with Culbertson as the county seat. The attorney ieneral pays that "where the leglslature uses the words 'cities or towns' without any attempted interpretation of words, we are forced to the conclusion that the deflnition of such places as given ift the general law was i.tended to prevali. K am. therefore, lrced to the conclusion that inoneb ut an incorporated city or town has any place upon the ballot." PETITION IN BANKRUPTCY. Helena, • May 25.--(pecial.)-.-James Milan. a lumberman of Gold CroEk, Powell county, filed 4 petition In bank ruptcy In the federal court today. His Alabilitles are $26,706.95 and his assets $100. HIlohief creditors aro laborers who worked for' him. --- , - --- - I i.Ill l!I !