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RACE MEETING
WM. K. VANDERBILT, JR., WINS
CHAMPIONSHIP.
USED A GERMAN MACHINE
Made a Half Mile in 41 Seconds
Five Miles in 7 Minutes
cnd 36 Seconds.
Newport, Aug. 30-The automobilt
races held by the National associa
tion were run off on the half mile
track at Aquidneck park this after
noon. Mr. Wm. K. Vanderbilt, Jr.,
the president of the organization, was
.the star performer of the day. He
drove his own machine in four races,
made the best time on the track, and
won the championship cup. Fully
7,000 people went to the track. It
was a notable society function and
naerly every prominent family living
here was represented.
In all there were 16 races, but the
one attracting most interest and
arousing the greatest excitement was
that between young Vanderbilt in his
new German racer of 35 horse power,
and Foxhall Keene, in a machine of
fully 60 horse power. Each had won
preliminary heats. Vanderbilt quick
ly shot ahead at the start and at the
end of the first lap was an eighth of
a mile ahead. Aided by a very clev
er chaffeur, who at the sharp turns
took every chance and leaned far in
with only a small strap to support
him. Vanderbilt added to his lead in
the first mile. He was 56 seconds at
the half and only one minute and 36
seconds at the mile. His third half
mile was made in--41 seconds, the
fastest lap of the meeting. Half way
over the course he had Keene surely
beaten barring accident, and finished
the race in fine form, a winner in
7:36, the fastest five miles of the day.
JEWELRY STORE BURGLARIZED.
Safe Blowers Make Good Haul, Most
ly Gems.
Chicago, Aug. 30-The jewelry
store of Bernard Hagemann was en
tered early this morning by safe blow
ers. The burglars tore off an iron
rod which protected a rear window
to the building and drilled holes in
the door to the safe. With an ex
plosive the door was blown from its
hinges. The booty consisted of over
$4,000 worth of gems and $700 in
money.
TIES PILED ON TRACK.
Attempt to Wreck Passenger Train
Failed.
New Ulm, Minn., Aug. 3-)-For the
third time within a year an attempt
was made last night to wreck trains
on the Minneapolis & St. Louis road
south of here. Each time ties have
been placed along the track in the
night. Early this morning the north
bound passenger ran into a pile be
tween this city and Searles, the first
station south. Within a mile the fire
man, who walked ahead of the train,
found fourl other piles of ties.
WILL BE PAID AT ONCE.
Judgment of De Lama & Co. Against
United States.
Washington, Aug. 30-Mr. Trace
well. the comptroller of the treasury,
has rendered a decision which dis
poses of the famous De Lama case.
He holds that under the recent de
cision of the United States supreme
court, the judgment obtained by Dc
Lama & Co. for $14,597 from the Unit
ed States on account of duties paid
by them on merchandise shipped from
Porto Rico to the United States, be
tween the date of the ratification of
the treaty of Paris and that of the
approval of the Foraker act, may be
paid out of the general fund of the
treasury department without further
action by congress.
WON THE MONEY.
Walked From New York to Sioux
Falls on a Wager.
Sioux Falls, S. D., Aug. 30-Fred
Culbert, who left New York May 1, to
walk to Sioux Falls on a wager of
$5,000, arrived here at 4 o'clock this
i tf85loon, 32 hours ahead of time
walked 2,200 miles. Culbert
Waltiwt a cent and has not slept
irBed since his departure from
Y.o. -re was given a reception
s evenintag.
bt Best Teacher.
Dhp'edy in
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Sure Death to Wolves and Coyotes
Rousseau et Strauss
STRYCHNIAL
The Only Poison Ilade that Never Fails to Kill
SURE AND QUICK
Read the Followin¢ Recommendations from Leading Montana Stockmen.
Miles City, Mont., Feby. 12, 1901.
F. B. Dennie & Co., Minneapolis, Minn.
Gentlemen: I have heard so many
of the large stock-growers who are
using your brand of strychnine or wolf
poison speak of it so highly, and after
careful inquiry satisfying myself that
it is the only poison on the market
worthy of recommendation, I wish to
ask you if you will not thoroughly
advertise it that all will use the same
and soon do away with this greatest
of all pests to stockgrowers.
You should have a big sale for it I
am fully convinced, and I am positive
if you will make its superior quality
known all will use it. I have heard
enough to satisfy me that it is worthy
of endorsement by' all who are inter
ested in the welfare of the stock
grower. Your respectively
W D. SMITH,
Stock Inspector for Montana.
Billings; Montana, Feby. 14, 1901.
F. B. Dennie & Co., Minneapolis, Minn.
Gentlemen: After using a large
quantity of your strychnine or wolf
qoison, and giving it a most thorough
test we are pleased to say that it is
the best and cheapest poison we have
ever used, and we hope that you will
make its true worth known to all
stockgrowers.
Experience teaches us that it is
cheaper to use the best poison, as this
has proven itself to be at any price,
than the ordinary grades as a gift.
For Sale by the Following Dealers:
DONOVAN-McCORMICK CO., H. P. IMSULAND, McNAMARA & CO.,
Billings, Mont. Grass Range, Mont. Big Sandy, Mont.
T. C. POWER & BRO.,
Fort Benton, Mont. J. E. KELLY, Flatwillow, Mont. J. F. WILLIAMS, Chinook, Mont.
D. E. HEMPHILL, WM. GRANT, Musselshell, Mont. JAMES TYLER & SON, Wilder, Mont.
Lewistown, Mont. W. E. SAVAGE, Miles City, Mont. JAY E. WILSON, Ekalaka, Mont.
F. B. DENNIE & CO., Minneapolis, Minnesota,
SOLE AMERICAN AGENTS.
F. D. DERBY, Northwestern Agent, Billings, Mont.
DIED OF CONSUMPTION.
Brigadier General Ludlow Yields to
Dread Disease.
New York, Aug: 30-Brigadier Gen
eral WWm. Ludlow, U. S. A., died today
of consumption at Convent. N. J.
Washington, Aug. 30.-General Lud
low was one of the best known offit
cers in the army. He entered the mil.
itary academy from New York in
1860 and graduating before the close
of the civil war, entered the corps of
engineers. He rendered conspicuous
services in the south, for which he
was brevetted lieutenant colonel
Many important works of coast de
fense and river and harbor improve
ments have been under his charge and
he was a member of the Nicaragua
canal commission which made a re
port on that project just before the
present commission was appointed. In
May, 1898, he was made a brigadier
general of volunteers and took an im
portant part in the operations around
Santiago. He was promoted to be
major general of volunteers in recog
nition of his services.
Upon the rearrangement of the vol
unteer officers after the close of the
Spanish war, he became brigadier
general of the volunteers and retained
that position until appointed a brig
adier general in the regular army last
January. While he was serving as
brigadier general of the volunteeris,
he was military governor of Havana
and instituted many reforms in the
government of that city.
Went too Fast.
Newport, R. I. Aug. 30-Wm. K.
Vanderbilt, Jr., was summoned to po
lice court today and fined $10 and
costs for allowing his automobile to
exceed the speed fixed by the city or
dinance.
Hunt Appointed.
Washington, Aug. .0-Wm. H.
Hunt of Montana has been appointed
governor of Porto Rico.
Special Rates to Pan-American Expo
sition.
The Northern Pacific Railway com
pany will sell special excursion tick
ets Billings to Buffalo and return at
$57.75. Tickets on sale the first and
third Tuesday of each month. June to
October inclusive. Tickets limited to
thirty days.
d-sw-td H. N. KENNEDY, Agt.
We will continue to use this brand.
as we believe it will do more to ex
terminate the wolf than any ether
method known to us and we hope that
all others will do the same.
Very respectfully yours,
CUSTER CATTLE COMPANY,
By Paul McCormick, Pres.
Fort McGinnis, Mont., Sept.20,1900.
F. B. Dennie & Co., Minneapolis, Minn.
Gentlemen: I herewith enclose
check for $195.00 for 40oz. strychnine
which I purchased from your agent,
F. D. Derby, this spring.
After giving the same a most
thorough test I am pleased to say
that it is the best strychnine that I
have seen in twenty years. My men
and wolfers nave had most excellent
results by constant use of the same.
Mr. Lindsey, one of my men got 21
wolves with three bottles and their
carcasses were found all the way
from six to one hundred feet from the
bait.
I heartily recommend this strychnine
to all stockmen, and hope that you will
push the sale of it, as the wolf is one
of the greatest pests to the stock
grower, and for me I have found this
a most practical method of ridding my
range of the same, and if it is good for
me it must be good for others. Next
year I expect to place an order for a
larger quantity. Very respectfully,
OSCAR STEPHENS.
SCHLEY IS NO COWARD
ADMIRAL WATSON RESENTS
THE IMPUTATION.
Would Prefer Charges Against Any
Naval Officer Who Assert
ed He Was.
New York, Aug. 30-Admiral John
C. Watson is qnoted in the World as
having said in the course of a private
conversation in Washington:
"If any naval officer asserts that
Admiral Schley is a coward and the
fact omes to my knowledge I will see
that the delinquent has a chance to
vindicate his opinion before a court
martial. I will prefer charges against
such an offender myself."
The remarks, according to the
World's correspondent, were brought
out as a result of the reiterating of
some of the charges brought against
Rear Admiral Schley.
MADE NO ADVERSE COMMENT.
Admiral Howison Denies Authenicity
of Interview.
Washington, Aug. 30-Acting Sec
reary Hacett has made public a .let
ter received from Admiral Howison,
dated Yonkers, N. Y., August 24, de
nying the authenticity of the inter
view attributed" to him in which he
is made to comment adversely on
Admiral Schley. The cating secre
tary has therefore continued Admiral
Howison as a member of the Schley
court of inquiry, leaving the court it
self to determine any further question
as to his competency.
Schley's Counsel Not Satisfied.
Washington, Aug. 30.-The corres
pondence was sent to'Admiral Schley
who discussed it with his counsel.
Later in the day the following an
nouncement was made:
"Admiral Schley's counsel is en
tirely dissatisfied with the position
of Admiral Howison as disclosed in
his leter to Acting Secretary Hachett,
made public today." The lawyers hold
that it isa ot a comprehensive denial
of the statements attributed to Ad
Billings, Mont., Feby. 15, 1901.
F. B. Dennie & Co., Wholesale Grocers,
Minneapolis, Minn.
Dear Sirs: After using forty ounces
of your strychnine or wolf poison this
fall and winter, we take great pleasure
in saying that it is the best poison we
have ever seen- or used. We get more
wolves and coyotes with an ounce
bottle of it than we generally get with
a dozen of the common grades.
When all stockmen realize that, this
poison is all that is claimed for it,
and use it as we will continue to do,
we will then have less wolves to con
tend with. We hope you will advertise
this poison and push the sale of it as
the wolf question is a problem which
we all have to deal with alike.
Yours, respectfully,
JAS, R. HAYNIE,
Foreman, Hysham Cattle Company.
Shawmut, Mont., Nov.- 2, 1900.
F. B. Dennie & Co., Minneapolis, Minn.
Gentlemen: Enclosed please find
check for strychnine bought of your
agent this spring. We have used every
brand of strychnine we could get for
years with poor results, but am glad
to say that this has proven highly
satisfactory. We have gotten as high
as twenty-four grey wolves with one
ounce of the strychnine, and the best
feature of it is they are found close to
the bait.
Kindly forward us a pound of the
strychnine at once, by mail.
Yours truly,
ELMER E. CRAWFORD.
Manager Bloomfngton L. & L. S. Co.
miral Howison, nor, they say, does it
disclose sufficiently the admiral's
freedom from bias. It is probable
they will set forth these objections
in a letter to the acting secretary of
the navy.
FATAL FIRE.
Started by Explosion of Coal Oil
Stove.
New York, Aug. 30.-Four persons
were killed and seven were seriously
injured in a tenement fire in Brook
lyn tonight. The dead:
MRS. ROSIE ROTHGEISER, 37
years of age, jumped from forth story
window.
ANNIE BECK, 10 years.
TILLIE .BECK, 5 years.
FRANK BURD, infant.
The explosion of a kerosene oil
stove started the fire.
Nets were spread to catch those
who jumped from the windows. Mrs.
Rothgeiser missed the net, struck on
the sidewalk and was instantly
killed.
RACE HORSES BURNED.
Fire at St. Louis Fair Ground Con
sumes Some Fast Ones.
St. Louis, Aug. 30.-Fire that broke
out in fair grounds race track today
ccnsumed about a dozen stables, val
ued at $5,500 and burned to death a
number of valuable race -orses. Great
excitement prevailed during the fire.
Horses were turned loose and ran
away in every direction. It is impos
sible to learn the names of all the
animals consumed, but it is known
that Tom Cromwell, Miss Faustus and
Silent Brook met their death. It was
reported that a sick boy had been
incinerated in one of the stables, but
this could not be corroborated.
HELD TO GRAND, JURY.
Former Minnesota Senator Charged
With Crime.
Boston, Aug. 31-Alonzo J. Whit
man was arraigned in court today on
the charges of forgery and larceny
and was held in $5,000 for the grand
jury. Whiteman made no plea. His
alleged victims here are Hunt & Co.,
and Anmstrong, Schrimer & Co.
Whiteman was at one time a mem
her of the Minnesota senate.
PLOTTED TO
KILL BISHOP
AND GAIN POSSESSION OF
POLISH HOSPITAL.
TRIED TO HIRE ASSASSIN
Evidence in Trial of Five Parishion
ers Charged with Con
spiracy.
Chicago, Aug. 30-Sensational test
imony disclosing an alleged plot to
kill Bishop Anton Koslowaki, of the
Independent Polish Catholic church
was introduced-by the prosecution in
Justice Martin's court here today.
Five of the bishop's parisioners are
defendants on charges of conspiracy
to defame the character of the bishop
and attempting to cause his arrest.
B. Lewindowski, who has been em
ployed as watchman of the hospital
run in connection with the bishop's
church, testified that Dr. Lodistow
Slominski, the principal defendant,
had plotted to get rid of Koslowski
in order to secure control of the hos
pital. The conspiracy, it is charged,
was entered into a year ago last win
ter. Lewindowski, in testifying said:
"Dr. Slominski told me I had better
kill the bishop, so that he and those
other men could have the hospital.
We were in a saloon at the time and
he put $50 on the bar and told me to
take that now. Then he said I was
to have $350 more when I decided
to do what he wanted. He said also
that he would give me a steady job
driving the ambulance and that I
would have a nice uniform with brass
buttons, and a horse."
The other defendants on trial are
B. Wadzinski, S. Sajowicz, H. A. Pod
gorski and Joseph Cisezowski.
ROOSEVELT IN CHICAGO
TAKES CRUISE WITH ILLINOIS
NAVAL MILITIA.
Meets Several ken Who Served
in the Army Before
Santiago.
Chicago, Aug. 31-Vice President
,Roosevelt spent a busy day here
since his arrival at 7:30 this morning.
The morning was taken up with a
breakfast at the Chicago club tender
ed by Senator Cullom, and by private
business of the vice president. At
noon a luncheon attended by. some 0
prominent business men and state of
ficials was given by Col. J. H. Strong
of Governor Yates' staff at the Union
League club. For several hours in
the afternoon Mr. Roosevelt in com
pany with Governor Yates and staff
made a cruise on the-'United States
training shill Dorothea as the guest
of Captain H. S. Allen, commander
of the Illinois naval militia. After the
;Dorothea came to anchor at the end
.f the cruise, Roos-vclt addressed
the members of the ship's crew, laud
ing them for their willingness to serve
their country. In passing among the
jackets he discovered several men
who had served in the navy before
Santiago with whom he renewed ac
quaintances. In the evening the vice
president was the guest of hon.or at a
diluner given by Graeme Stewart to
a number of prominent Chicagoans
and members of the Merchants club.
LIST INCREASINg3.
Number of Victims of Steamboat Dis
aster Reaches 21.
Philadelphia, Aug. 31- List of
dead as the result of the explosion of
the boiler on the steamboat City of
Trenton in the Delaware river last
Wednesday, has now reached 21.
Sixteen bodies have been identified
and five still await identification at
the morgue. Eight bodies were re
covered today in the vicinity of the
disaster. Nine persons are missing
and the five unidentified are probably
some of this number.
Boers Blow Up Train.
London, Aug. 31-Kitchener re
ports Boers blew up a train between
Watervaal and Haman's Kraal today.
Lieutenant Colonel Vandalur of the
Irish guards was killed. Other cas
ualties not yet reportdd.
Sick Headache
AbsolUtely and permanently cured by
using Moki Tea. A pleasant herb
drink. Cures constipation and indi
geatiob, makes you eat, sleep, work
and happy. Satisfaction guaranteed or
money back. 25 ets. and 50 ets. For
sate by Chapple Drug Co.
J ,
Greatest of All
" Every one in San Antonio, Texas, says
that Acker's English IReniedy is the g;reatest
thing ever put up tihr c(nu,~ls,
colds, astl na, bimone"litis,
croup and consumption. I U ,.
have been using it over four R
years for all forms of throat and lung trou
bles, andl have yet to come across a case
where it failed. We have four little ones in
our family, and neither my wife nor I have
ever lost a night's sleep because oftthroat trou
bles among the children. I guess that is more
than aiy other family can say. Acker's
English Remedy isjust as effective for grown
up people as for he young. It seems to go
straight to the place where the trouble lies
in the throat and bronchial tubes and lungs.
It soothes and heals the irritated tissues,
loosens up the phlegm and mucus in the
breathing passages, quiets the nerves, invigg
orates the constitution and stops the cough
In. My advice to parents is to always keep
abottlen. the house. It will be a constant
safegu~ard against croup." (Signed)
F. G. ZIMMERMAN, Sann Antonio; Tex.
Boldat Se., 0. and lt a bottle, thronghout the United
btates and Canada; and in England, at is. 9Sd., 2s. Sd.,
s. ae. If you are not satised after buying, return t
bottle tour drggist and ges your money back.
SWe author-ze the above guarantee.
W. H. HOOKER & CO., Proprlet'rs, Newt YorL
For sale by Chapple Drug Co.
UNDER STATE SUPERVISION.
Pays 5 per cent on savings depos
its. interest compoundel quarterly.
Pays 6 rer cent on time certificates
of deposit, not subject to check.
Issues savings certificates on build
ing and loan plan with definite time
of maturity and definite payments.
Loans money on real estate to be
repaid on monthly installments run
ning from one to ten years, to suit
borrower.
Trustees.
Lee Mantle, president; Chas.
Schatzlein, vice-president; Frank W.
Haskins, treasurer; A. B. Clements,
secretary; Charles- R. Leonard, F.
Aug. Heinze, Henry Mueller, James H.
Monteath.
FRED H. FOSTER, Local Ab.nt
P. II. Smith& Co.
Undertakers
and Embalmers,
sI Undertaking Parlors
114 N. Twenty-Seventh St.
Telephone 20.
SCalls Attended to at all Hours
DR. SELBREDE,
a o 'r -IlngMont.
veloped into a speed trial over a
-4
h pplmeasured course, the results of which
are considered satisfactory by Sir
Mr. Jameson arrived harge would be in
New York, Auabsolute charge of the yacht. He wastrip
on board the Shamrock II today, thoday anks to ain
the trial judging from the southeast, derly
tveloped of ging outsideed trio sea, he had
thmeasured courht sent twice resup and down theih
homain sh ip ,channel from the south-nds. Sir
westhomas sait to'yeStaten island and backwhen
almost every mile ofhe wouldhich is inmark.
ed by government buoys, with the wasr
suon boadt that by simple calculations it
chwas found the yacht had traveled over
the tria judging from the ourse at ther
ratead of go14 knots anide to sea, he had
maLipton, measuring her speed byfrom the south
of the Erin, claims half a k.ot more.
ST. JOHN'S HEADACHE CURE
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