CHIEF OF POLICEOFP CLEVELAND
IS; CONVICTED BY CIVIL
Cleveland, Ohio, March 17.-The
civil service commission announced
tonight that it had found Chief of Po
lice Precd Kohler guilty of "gross im
m'orality, conduct unbecoming an of.
fTcer and gentletnan, and conduct
Subversive of good order and citizen
ship," and had discharged him from
The above charges were filed by
Mayor Baker and the trial of the chief
was heard last week.
The charges involved alleged visits
of Kohler to the home. of Mrs. May
Schearer on Feb. 5, May 23, and June
5, 1912, in the absence of her husband.
On the last named date, Schearer tes
tified in the trial that he surprised
Kohler and his wife in the Schearer
bone "in scanty attire."
Kohler is 49 years old and has been
a member of the police department
for 24 years and chief for 10 years.
Hlis policy of "golden rule" for first
'offenders and minor offenders has
made him one of the best known po
lice chiefs in the country.
ASPHYXIATED IN HOTEl
New York, March 17.-Manuel de
Fuentes Bustillo, vho claimed to have
been a Spanish gederal, 'was accident
ally asphyxiated today in a hotel room
where he laved for 16 years with two
cats as companions. The policeman
who f9rced the, door and fou'd the
body, it is said, was the first person
other than Bustillo who had entered
the room since the Spaniard cstab
lished himself there in 1897.
Bustillo told the owner of the. hotel
he had once, been a Spanish spy and
,Pad attained the rank of general, but
when he was disappointed in love and
ostracized by his family because of his
record as a spy,.he fled to America.
. A litter of dust-covered documents
dating back 30 Years was found in the
room. They included a deed of grant
for a Spanish railway from the king
of Spain, and the general's will, dispos
ing of property in Spain, described as
NEW HAVEN LINEMEN
, WILL CO ON STRIKE
New York, March 17.--A strike or
derin,7 out from 150 to 200 linemen,
members of the Electrical Workers'
association of the New York, New
Haven & Hartford railroad, was voted
unanimously at a. meeting tonight of
the men in New R.chelle. The walk
out would affect the section of the
road from New Haven to the Grand
Central station in this city.
The men's demands include an aver
age wage increase of 2S per cent,
shorter working hours, better protoc
tion and a provision that the time.
consumed in traveling to and from
work be included within the working
FRENCH ATTACKED BY NATIVES.
Rabal, Morocco, March 17.-A
French column on the way to re
victual Colonel Magnier's forces in
the Ouedezem region, was recently at
tacked by a band of tribesmen. The
escorting detachment beat off the
tribesmen after five hours of hard
fighting with heavy losses to the na
tives., The French lost 14 killed and
"Oh Girls! Do Try
GETS-IT for Corns
The New-Plan Corn Cure-No Fuss,
No Pain, Sure and Quick.
You never used anything like
"GETS-IT" for corns before! You're
sure at last that every stubborn corn
that you've tried so long to get rid
of is a "goner." You apply "GETS-IT"
"How I Did Suffer From Corns for
Years! 'GETS-IT' Got Them All
in a Few Daysl"
in two seconds, that's all. "GETS-IT"
does the rest. There's no more fuss
ing, no more bandages to fix, no more
salves to turn the flesh red and raw.
No more plasters to get misplaced and
press on the corn. No more "pulling,"
no more pain, no more picking and
gauging, no more razors.
"GETS-IT" stops pain, shrivels up
the corn, and the corn vanishes.
"GETS-IT" never fails, is harmless to
healthy flesh. * Warts, calluses and
"GETS-IT" is sold at drug stores at
85c a bottle, or sent on receipt of
price by ]!. ,XUvrence & Co., Chicago.
Bold Op ilssoula by George Freis
pelmer.-..'.., ...... ..
"HARVESTER TRUST" CLAIMS
THAT OTHER COMPANIES
USE SAME METHODS.
Omaha, Neb., March 17.-The Inter
national Harvester company intro
duced today evidence in its defense
to the government's anti-trust suit, to
show that other manufacturers were
using methods s:milar to those charged
by the government against the tle
W. D. Lowe, an Atlantic. Ia., dealer,
testified thlt the John Deere Plow
company, which manufactures bind
ers and mowers, presented him with a
contract which, if he had accepted it,
would have ruined his business andl
prevented him from taking on other
lines necessary to a successful piur
suit of his operation as a dealer.
Mr. Lowe told during his testimony,
of having had similar trouble with
the International company. At that
time he refused to confine himself to
the line of one manufacturer and he
declined to take on. the Deere line be
cause of the nature of the contract
offered him. He said that by the
provisions of the contract offered him,
he was forced to take on other lines,
too large to make his business profit
Attorney Grosvenor, for the govern
r.cnt, brought out during the day that,
with one exception, the International
company handled from 83 to 100 per
cent of harvesting machinery in the
territory from which witnesses were
BOY HERO SUCCUMBS
AFTER SAVING SCORE
Chicago, March 17.-Fred Pieper of
Strassburg, Ill., died tonight of rabies.
He was the victim of a practical joke
that might have cost the lives of 20
of his schoolma'tes only for his cool
action. Two of Pieper's boy school
mates brought a stray white poodle
into the schoolroom as a joke. Pieper
noticed that the dog was foaming at
the mouth, and snatching back a lit
tie girl who was about to pet the ani
mal, he picked it up and put it out
side. He was slightly bitten, but his
patents did not consider the wound
serious until four ,igs and a horse,
bitten by the dog, died of rabies. Then
they took the lad to a specialist here,
but the disease had advanced too far
to save his life.
Arranggments have been made for
e.'cryone in Strassburg to attend his
STATE MARKET URGED
IN SPECIAL MESSAGE
Madison, Wis., March 17.-In a mes
sage sent tonight to the Wisconsin
legislature, Governor McGovern recom
mended the. passage of a bill 'creating
a state market commission to enable
farmers to sell their products to great
er advantage and at the same time. to
lower the cost to the consumer.
The message was sent to the legisla
ture because of the, insistent demand
from the rural communities of the state
for assistance in organizing and es
tablishing co-operative enterprises to
pro,tect the farmer against unfair bIusi
ness practices and methods of com
petition. The bill also seeks to itm
,rove conditions surrounding houme
life in the country and to prevent the
co-nstantly increasing number of per
sons going from the rural conmmuni
ties to the cities.
FROM ANGRY VICTIMS
Chicago, March 17.-Benjamin Fink
and John Danies, confessed incen
diaries, are in seclusion under heavy
guard because of threats against their
lives by p)rsons implicated in their
Assistant State's Attorney Johnson,
who is conducting the investigation
into the operations of the so-called
"arson trust," said today that his
whole case rested on the t-stimony of
Fink and Danies, and that men who
would not hesitate at murder 'were in
terested in putting the two out of thl,
Johnson refused to disclose his pris
oners' whereabouts or the names of the
men he fear d.
PLENTY COUPS CHOSEN
AS LEADER OF INDIANS
Washington, March 17.--(hief Plenty
Coups of the Crow tribe will assume
the place, of leader of his people in
the councils of the Great White Father
and will continue the work that was'
carried on by Hollow Horn Bear, the
S'oux chief whose funeral was 'held
yesterday. This virtually has been
decided upon, but a meeting of the
Black Hills council will be held in the
immediate future to ratify the choice.
The Indians have long sought to com
mit the. government to the policy of
appointing a red man as Indian com
missioner in the department of the.
interior. They urge the appointment'
of Thomas L. Sloan, one of their race,
and sali4 to be a lawyer of ability;
WITNESSES OF TONG BATTLE
SAID TO HAVE FLED FROM
SEATTLE TO TACOMA.
Seattle, March 17.-Bench warrants
were issued today for the arrest of
Gum lanng and D)ung Jolck, subpoenaed
by the state to testify tomotrodw in th,
trial of Gbo Ytitlltliiig tthnl 'htl QuIong,
ttembers of the bow ifeutng tong, for
the murder of Weoig l~omt, ti Htop 0 ingR
ttiten. Who win. killted in a. (Chiihattto
hotel last D)ecemtber. The two Wit
nes.s s are said by the police to have
fled to Taconma after the shooting last
night of 'Chin n nand ('hin Yin. It
was leatrned today that the wlounded
men, who at first were reported to he
long to the -0lop Bng tn.g, I al e to I tt
hers of the How tllng tong, and the
po'lce how believe the attack on th,
Chin On store last night was made by
gunmen hired lby the HopI SIntg ton,
and that the shooting hlire was dil
rocted front Portl.tLd, wher. all attack
on the how llengs was matdn Ity the
All was ulet bi C'htluotin today,
buht the .prosecuting attorhey rIteiv\ed
Informatlion that the Chines, were
arming themacselves in anticilpation of
further trouble, and a large ilnlber of
.policemen woere kept on ldulty tonight
in the oriel tal quart r to prevent an
Portland Police Busy.
Port.and, ()r ,., March 17.--The police
now have under arrest Fong (tee, Yung
Hitoy. Chan Wing and -totw ()n, who are
held in connection ,with thit slaying of
(T'hung Ah tGong, and are searching for
iHuey Chlng, said to be a professional
gunman from San Francisco, and Loute
Hing, a La Grande, Ore., Chinese, who
are wanted in connection with the
killing of Lam Foon.
Thirty patrolmi:n, in addition to the
regular force, 'have been put on guard
tonight in China-town.
These are the developments here to
day in the tong twar that was revived
in Portland and Seattle last night he
tween the IHop ISing and Btow Leung
Fong Gee and hIls three con.mpanions
were found hidden today in th. Noin
Kim restaurant, w\here Allh Golg was
NO MORE SPOONING
WITH NATIVE WOMEN
Washington, March 17.-No more
can the American fighting man walk
hand-in-hand in the moonlight with
his brown skinned, starry eyed sweet
heart for the -war department learned
today that Colonel J. K. Hunter of the
S'venth cavalry has issued an order
prohibiting the men of the Manila
garrison from appearing in public
with native women. The oltrdemr was
imtperative and read:
"Members of this command are
herehby forbidden to be seen in public
in company of native w\omen except
those men who are married to such
It is said that the prohllition will
inot prevent the men who have lost
their hearts to the brown skinned
girls from courting them in the
privacy o8i their homes.
SECRETARY OF WAR
LINDLEY MURRAY GARRISON.
Lindley Murray Garrison, president
Wilson's secretary of war, goes to the
cabinet room from the bench. Born 48
years ago in Camden, N. J., a grad
uate of Phillips Exeter academy, a
student at Harvard and a graduate of
the university of Pennsylvania law
school, he practiced in Camden and
Jersey City until 1904, when he be
came vice chancellor and equity judge.
He was appointed to a second term,
which would normally expire in 1918.
AT FOUNTAINSIMOTELS. OR ELSEWHERE
Original and Genuine
The Food Drink forAllAges
UIC IL, Ma. LT AmZ UTU~E. ila POID
Not in any Milk Trust
Insist on "HORLICK'S"
Tt ki L peska.. km
MUM I Y SPENiT
BY H. L. DAY
'RECENT OPERATIONS OF COEUR
D'ALENE IGAONATE TOTAL
Spokane., t!trch 17.--:'hil. the
newspapers of the east and west have
chronicled each setl'rat.a purchase of
IHarry L. Day aod the Federal Mining
& .8melting company, of which Mr.
Laly is pr:aldent and general manager,
they seem to have over'ooked the sum
total of these Investments and the
millions they mean in expenditurs for
development, wages. sllppllie and ma
chinery," said C. H. ,Miller, miniing en
gineer of New York. while in Spnkane.
"Without enumerating these pur
chaare, which include the FPrisco,.
Flynn, Green 'Hill and olher iproperties,
I womld v 'nture that the sum which
Mr. Day and his asscciates propose to
pay is in the neighborhood of $1,000 -
000, possibly more.
"His payrolls last year aggreg'lte'l
"Mr. Day has, during the 'sir
months of his incutinency as presi
dent of the Federal. brought to th
euonlr d'Alenes capital which would oc
cupy the efforts of a score of promot
ers for a. year perhaps, ..,l. incident
ally, he is vitalizing properties that
"In New York We hear that Day was
always doing something, so, naturally,
'we don't look for hil to stlop when he
gets the dev 'lopment of these proper
ties well under way.
"The story we got of his f;rst venture
is that he found the formation right
and couldn't see why the chances of
finding ore shou'd not he good. This
was in the Hercules. I believe. It is
this kind of investigation and this
kind of plunging that appeals to the
technical mind, and thlt, by the way,
has r:,vealed some of our large mineral
The latest Day acqulsition is the
purchase from his brothel. Eugene R.
Day, of a one-fourlh interest in 33
claims near 'Burke, Ilaho, deeds for
which have just. h en filed In Sho
shone county. Harry l. .riys says lIe
made the investment personally, not as
president of the Federal.
The claims included are: Bullion,
Daisy, Carbonate, )Dewey, 'ougar, Eu
reka, Eagle, MbUnstain View, Magic,
.Mystery, Skookum. Shamrock, Schley,
Snowbird, Woodsldel, Independence,
Elite, Iron Queen, Sunshine, Sunshine
Fraction, ,Shamrock Fraction, ',,koolkum
Fraction, Snow Bird lrnction, Inde
p-'ndence FIra.ction, W oodside F'raction,
Dandy Fraction, 'Coga:,r Fraction, Blue
Jay 'Fraction, Commstoclk Wedge, Sham
THEY FILED ON LANOS
Chicago, IMarch 17.-Mrs. MW. . Ford
and Miss LIulu Drake, two women
stenographers, fo'rtmerly in the office
of Albert C. Frost, testified b fore
Judge Landis here today that they ap
plied for Alaskan coal lands at Frost's
request in 1905. Special Attorney
General It. D. 'Townsend, conducting
the case of thy, government against
Frost and four others, who are charged
with conspiring unlaiwfully to obtain
a v\'at tract of coal lanld in Alaska,
drew from the women testimony that
they had applied for the coal locations
without expecting to pay for them or
without expecting to make anything
out of them.
('ross-exanlinaion of Mrs. "Ford
brought up the In;me of former Secre -
tary of the Interior Richard Ballinger.
"Wern't yonu tiold while this affair
was in progress that someon . had seen
-Mr. Balllnger in Washington, and that
Btallinger said that it looked bad for
Frost's stenographers to have signed
for coal claims?"
"I (don't remencber any such thing,"
replied IMrs. Ford.
Thb reference to Btalllnger was fol
lowed by an exchange of remarks be
tween counsel, at the end of which
Townsend exclaimed: "I'd like noth
ing better than to have Itllinger
POWER BOAT CARNIVAL
TO BE GREATEST EVER
Toledo, O., Ma(rch 13.-I- i. likely
that the greatest power-'boat carnival
ever held in this country will take
place the week of July 7 on I.tke
Frie, during the Perry Centennial. T'he
contests will begin at Toledo, after
which the boats will cruise 42 miles to
'Put-in hay. Already 80 hydroplanes
have entered for the $5,000 in prizes,
and the number of cruisers to com
pete for the $5,000 in their classes will
be twice as large. A feature of the
carnival will be the distribution of
$5,000 to the cruisers which appear at
Put-in bay to watch the carnival, and
the distribution will be made accord
ing to the number of boats and their
mileage, the boat coming the greatost
distance receiving the most money.
LAUIS AMATEIS DEAD.
Washington, March 17.-After an
Illness of five w'eeks, Professor Lauls
Amatets, Internationally famed as a
sculptlor and designer of art works.
died here late tonight of apoplexy. He
was 57 ears old. Among his- notable
works are the huge bronze doors on
the wept main entrance of the capitol.
Professor Amateis was born in Turin,
DOCKERY SWORN IN.
Washington, March 17.-Alexander
M. Dockery, former.governor of Mis
4Qour, arriwve, herg today na eh9lrtly
"I hear it called 'the machine with the human
brain;' I call it
'The Machine with the
Adding and Subtracting
(Wahl Adding Mechanism)
This machine does something that only the brain, directing
the hand, has hitherto been able to do-that is, write and add
(or subtract) on the same page.
But this is not all. It does such work more easily, more
rapidly, and more accurately than the human brain has ever
performed similar labor.
Thus the machine is human in what it does and super
human in the way it does it.
Illustrated booklet sent on request
Remington Typewriter Company
105 WEST BROADWAY, BUTTE, MONTANA
W. J. GROVER, Resident Salesman
Phone 344 Black Missoula, Montana PI. O. Box 1012
charge of' the reclipt alIN dispCosiltilo
of postal funds, ilthe printing ain Is
llanc'e of IlstampsI), the Ilmonecy I'order
and redistriC lltion service, the cloal
fhailCato of doCIestlh mail matter and
ith, rledemlption of lunsaClable stumlc'ped
EDITOR IS FINED.
MinneC1,lolis, Mar.,h 17. A. I':. C;or
iCol. Cditor of aL wCeekly so''allist
paper, waas finCd $75 today, after haLv
11in beC! convicteCd of criminaCClly lCiel
ing Mayor W. (1. Nice' at the, tiune' of
Ithe camlnpaign ]it fall. A rCC
trial of (iorgaC on the charge if har
ing printed IIC Clous aetC oC s }IhoIC t I'.
V. ('olilins, Iprogr'esslv. cCondCiate for
governor In 1912, will begin April 1
If you really want to get rid ,f vile
(Catarrh why not give Booth's IIYOMEI
treatment a fair trial.
Your money will be refunded if you
think you have not been benefited, and
on that basis every ('atarrh victim
should start to banish Catarrh thlis
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septicd-air made from Australian euca
lyptus and other ant!septics; it kills
Catarrh germs and contains no c'caine
or poisonous drugs. Complete outfit
$1.00, extra bottle, if needed, 50 cents,
at George F.elshelmer and druggists
everywhere. No stomach doeing-Just
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PHYSICAL CONGRESS OPENS.
l'arl., M;ar(ch I7. -''rThe Int'rrsti'osal
('iongress of hyI'hsl,( l 4ill'i4 llon 4 Vi
l'opene'd toiy' Iby I'r.4'shlnt 1'Poina4 ;r', ili
the 1 l phitheat1 r o111141 f 1the' i o rh.l- llnn . 'l'Ih.
conllgris hal1d lll4rn divibl\ d intlo sair
itions whc'1 h will ltudy 414 plhy1 sit
g14ical effects of n latural ;nld nrtifi4 l
Imo4 v lt4le4 nts, trailning for 44ar, I xin
aIthletic spor1,trt.s. g;Lnl s and art s 1 ll ll'll4nt
lanid the infl'nl 1 of sprs on women.
Mi4e'. (lrird Mangin, 1who is tnIing
4a very til'1've' p 4rt in the women444 ' f
sec'tihon4. , 1declared('l in 1 n' address;ll 4' todwillV
thait girls are not giv44 a faitr lchance.
"to Idevelop% thel4mselves in sItrl'1'ength,
health and grace."
FOUL PLAY SUSPECTED.
linghamn, Mass.. March 17.-- .\ftelr
foulr wltnesses had 44been h1ird it lay
at the inquest Into the d4ealth of Rear
Admiral J4oseph Gilles REaton, the pro
c'eedings were adjourned lntil tomor
row. An official closehly connected
with the investigation said tonight:
"The authorities, bec(ause' of things
plainly apparent at the bedside of Ad
mi ral Eatonl, havet come4 to the con
Qliusion that he did nIlt mI. t death
through natural cuses."
M:ake a sanltary flor for pon lir
l er.s.; 2. cents for a bid. ltod at the
745 River Street
The Kohler & Campbell Ten-Home
Club offer, $375.00 Pianos iZ 12.50.
Orvis Music House
FOR RENT--ltraltivr . four-roomn
flatl, furnlshed, close in, on East
PETTITT & GAGE
103 East Cedar
Phones: Bell 647 Black; 661 Ind.
W. hen you see i woman with a
muddy or sallow\ conplexlon and dull
e cyes, you may know that her liver is
- out of order. A Yew doses of Cham
SInerlatn'a Tablets will correct it and
1 mtak her look hetter and feel better.
:tor sale. by all druggists.--Av,
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