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committee agiv e oil points in the meat The bill "ill be as recommended and the House all disputed inspection bill, (■ported substantially by the president. Governor John M. Pattison of Ohio dies after long illness. He was dem ocratic in politics but a republican lieutenant governor will finish his term. zThe press censorship is raised ii Russia and the full story of the hor rible massacres of Jews throughout the empire is told. It was one of the most frightful slaughters of modern times, hundreds of innocent men, women and children having fallen victims to the mad fury of the mob. King Haakon of Norway is received with great demonstrations of approval as he enters his kingdom. The insurance commissioner of Cal ifornia declares he will eject from the state all fire companies who do not pay Frisco losses in full. Twenty or thirty companies are threatened. The Nobles' congress, held in Rus sia, in an address to the throne, de clare the present condition the most serious that the empire has had to face in a thousand years. Jack Lockwood, lineman of Portland touches his head to live wire and is burned to a crisp. Rain in Kansas breaks long drou ght and insures partial crop. Little Freddie Muth of Philadel phia who was kidnapped last Tuesday and held for ransom was .-ecoveled by detectives who also captured John Joseph Keen*-, the would be kidnapp er. Sysonby, the great race horse be longing to J. R. Keene, dies at Sheeps head Bay race track of blood poison ing . Keene had been offered $100,00# for the horse whish had won, in two years' racing, $1S4,000. John Hill, alias Tackum, otherwise known as Sook Sais. an Indian ex-con vict, with a long ci iminal record, in cluding murder and many lesser crimes, is in the woods near White Rock Bay, Read island, B. C., avoid ing arrest for the alleged murder of another Indian. A posse of the pro vencial police is now endeavoring to capture him. The movement to save Mrs. Agnes Meyers of Kansas City, Mo., from the gallows is growing in force. She has been sentenced to be executrd at Lib erty, Mo., near here, on Jun- 29th, for the murder of her husband, Clarence Meyers, on the same date that Frank I Hotmail, her companion in crime, is! to be hanged at Kansas Citv. A majority of the soft coal mines which shut down 6n April 1, in Mis souri, Kansas, Indian Territory and ■ Arkansas, resumed op rations today j under the agreement recently reported between the miners and the operators. A revolt in one district, No. 21, com posed of Indian Territory and Arkan sas is threatened, however, and the eight local unions in the neighborhood of Hartford, Ark., will continue the strike. Clarence Sturgeon of Louisville, Ky., shot and killed W. Ira Bruner and Wilford McMichael, of 2424 Rowan street, and an unknown companion of the two men, in front of 431 Eleventh ! street, the residence of Daisy Jackson, | with whom Sturgeon had b.corae in- 1 factuated. Sturgeon emptied his five- ; caliber revolver and for a moment 1 stood looking at the men he had shot, He then turned and deliberately en-1 tered the house. The three men shot ran to the corner of Jefferson street and there fell in a h ap, Bruner and McMichael deal and the unknown man in a dying condition. He was taken to the city hospital, where he died ten minutes later. The prosecution in the case of Mrs. Emma Ladoux, charged with the mur der of her husband, A. N. Me Vicar, at' Stockton, Cal., went into the motive of the murder and introduced a number of letters which Mrs. Ledoux had 1 written to Eugene Ledoux after her' marriage to McVicar and before the ' bigamous marriage to Ladoux. These \ letters were replete with endearing' terms and declarations of undying love. They had been read to Ledoux! by his brother, a 19-year-old boy, the man being unable to read or write. The marriage yesterday of James L. Lockhart or Bellfountain, Ohio, to Mrs. Ruth Wood, a wealthy Phila delphia widow, has disclosed an inter esting romance. The courtship had been on for a number of years, but Mr. Lockhart was so engrossed with a suit in the state courts against his brother, which had been in litigatlo for thirty years, that he put aside matrimonial inclinations until that should be ended. A few weeks ago he was awarded a final judgment in the supreme court against his brother and recovered about $15,000. Mr. Lockhart is about 70 and his bride Is 50. 1 found recently sleeping in a platter on the dining table of St. Vincent's hos pital at Santa Fe, N. M. A noviate quickly summoned the sisters, who were much amused at the peculiar dish. Baby clothes of fine material were found beside the platter. There is no clue to th parentage of the child. The bundle must have been deposited between midnight and 4 a. m., when the room and corridors are practically deserted. Later in the day the little one was adopted by Mrs. Bonifacio Perea, the wife of a merchant. Mrs. Arilla Scheck of Los Angeles who, with Ernest G. Stackpole, is charged with the murder of he hus band. Jo-1 Scheck, made a statement today concerning the crime, in which she asserts that she is a victim of hypnotism by Stackpole. Judge McPherson of the U. S. Dis trict court at Kansas City, Missouri, sentences seven packers and Burling railroad officials who were convicted of giving freight and passenger re bates. The sufferers are Swift & Co., Cudahy Packing company, the Ar mour Packing company, Nelson Mor ris & Co., the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy railway, $15,000 each, George L. Thomas of New York was fined $0,000 and sentenced to four months in tne petitentiary and L. B. Taggart of New York was fined $4,000 and sen tenced to three months in the peni tentiary. The department of justice of the national government is now preparing to Institute suits against the Standard Oil company. Richard Ivens who murder d Mrs. Hollister in Chicago several months ago, was hanged in the Windy City last Saturday. Governor Folk of Missouri has granted a reprieve for one month to Mrs. Aggie Myers and Frank Hott man who are under sentence of death for the murder of the womens husband in Kansas City last year. King Haakon VII is crowned king of Norway at Trondhjem amidst scenes of magnificent splendor, all nations of the earth having tepre s-ntatives present at the coronation. Russian troops are greatly disaf fected and mutinies are in progress all over the empire. Many Califnornia towns are threatened with distraction from the raising of Tulare lake. National Cash Register company of Dayton, Ohio, grants shorter day to 4.000 employes. Governor Toole granted uncondition al pardon to Virgil Stuart of Missoula and O. A. Jones of Gallatin county, Thousands of Eagles gathered in Helena for annual sta.e convention, Frank and Bessie Marion commtnce suit against Billings & Northern Rail road company for $4,500 damages for right of way through their ranch in southeast Cascade county. Lindsay & Co. of Helena will erect Dig warehouses in Great Falls. Alfred F. Evans has narrow escape from death in Great Falls smelter. Christopher Kohler, wealthy Neb raska banker fined $250 by Judge Hunt of 1 . S. court in Helena for il 1-gaily fencing public lands, Over two hundred delegates to the twelfth annual convention of the Mon tana State Epworth League assemble in Helena. A splendid program was Presented. State president Sutton was re-elected to the head of the organi zation for the ensuing year, The Helena Power Transmission company reaches a compromise with Frank W. Linquist and others in the dispute relative to the condemnation °f lands which will be overflowed by 'i 1 * 6 Missouri river when the big Prickly Pear dam is completed. The camp of Mammoth near Boul d r reported as looking most promis ln g. Lawyers of Havre form bar assoc iation. The "bar" referred to is the one used in a legal sense Wesley J. Gardner, formerly of Hel ena hut for several years past, an em Ploye in the bureau of forestry in Washington, D. C., dead, George Harris and Horace Raub, both of Valley county lose their lives while trying to ford Beaver creek during recent high water. Thomas R. Hinds, prominent in Butte financial circles returns home from an ext-nded trip to Canada where he has a contract for some railroad work for the Canadian Pac ific. Mr. Hinds says that Montana DRUGCOMPANV i due to undergo the greatest period ,,f prosp rity in her history within the next few years. Hoy Matheson of Billings, first year student at West Point, is fifth in class of 125 in final examinations for the year. Ira L. Kirk has b=en confirmed by the senate as postmaster at Bozeman, Montana. Mrs. Olsen who sued the Montana Ore Purchasing company for $25,000 as damages on account of the death of her husband by an explosion in the Pennsylvania mine several years ago receives a verdict from jury for full amount of claim. Three thousand Eagles of the state paraded today in Helena, making one of the most gorgeous spectacles ever s-en in the state. Congressman Dixon says that the appropriation of $225,000 for the public building in Great Falls will go through when the "omnibus" appropriation bill passes the house. Four thousand pounds of wool have been purchased by the Manchester woolen mills for use in the plant at that place. Announcement in Great Falls that work on the Armington end of the Billings & Northern railroad will be pushed with all possible rapidity. Eleven thousand dollars have been subscribed in premiums and purses for the Northern Montana fair to be held in Great Falls the last week in Sep tember. A $50,000 cement plant will be started this summer at Fortine, Montana, by local and eastern men. DEATH FROM LOCKJAW never follows an injury dressed with Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Its antis eptic and healing properties prevent blood poisoning. Chas. Oswald, mer chant, of Rensselaersville, N. Y., writes: "It cured Seth Burch, of this place, of the ugliest sore on his neck I ever saw." Cures cuts, wounds, burns and sores. 25c at Phillip's Drug Co. HER ILL LUCK. A fashionable woman saw in a shop window a collar of pearls that she liked. She went in and sought out the shopkeeper. 'What is the price," she said, "of that, pearl collar in your window?" "One thousand dollars, ma'am," said the shopkeeper, and he drew forth the collar and displayed its beauties to the dazzling woman. Sh- took out her check book. "I'll tell you what I"ll do," she said. "I'll give you my check for $500, and I'll send my husband here to see the collar this afternoon. Don't tell him it is $1,000, tell him it is $500. Then maybe he will buy it for me." The jeweler bowed and smiled. He had seen this sort of game played many a time before. "I wish you luck, madam," he said, and the lady departed. Her husband she found in his office in a mood ufiusually tractable. He had sold certain stocks at a great pro fit that morning. He consented readi ly, therefore, to go and look at the necklace. That evening his wife dressed for dinner with unusual care. She wore her most beautiful gown. She dream ed as she dressed, of an affectionate husband clasping about her white throat a collar of pearls. And "I bought the pearls," were the man's first words when he got home. "You dear!" she exclaimed. "Let me see it." "Can't," said he. I had it sent to my mother's. You know it is her birth day tomorrow."—Exchange. An interesting exhibit of a modern kitchen, pantry and closet "in a nut shell" js being exhibited this week in the show window of the Lewistown Furniture Co. It is the Elwell Kitchen Cabinet filled with all the articles necessary to prepare meals. That Elwell Kitchen Cabinet is the best ever. We are going to give it away absolutely free. See first page. IS NOW A LAWYER. Kansas City, June 15.—Jesse James, the noted southwestern outlaw, was enrolled today in the circuit court here as an attorney at law. James passed recently and bore the honors of his class. He said today that within two weeks he would quit the pawn broker age business. The Lewistown Hide and Fur com pany will contract your hides, pelts, eatc. See A. M. Mead before contract ing or selling pelts. This will be to your interest, as we have no one con tracting for us. DeKalb & Mettler, lawyers. Office, Main St., Lang Building, over Fad (..J.SIliU-tUlU - ...Just Received... Four Carloads of Haying Machinery Plano Mowers Deering MoWers Deering Rakes Dain Automatic Hay Stackers Dain Power Lift Rakes Dain Butt Rakes Hay Carriers, Forks,Grindstones and OHS We have the BEST Haying Machinery in the market, and our Prices Are Right. Call in and leave your order, ...Montana Hardware Co... The Biggest and Best Celebration of the Fourth of July Ever held in Fergus County Will be at =LEWlSTOWN\ In the Year 1906 Over One Thousand Dollars has been raised to meet the expenses, and visitors may de pend on a big time from sun up on July 4th until after sun up July 5th. In the evening a magnifi cent display of fireworks from Reservoir Hill—over $ 3 0 0 worth of specially prepared single and set pieces having been prepared especially for this event. The stage lines from Ken dall and Gilt Edge will have extra conveyances for the transportation of visitors at $2.00 for the round trip. The Montana Railroad will run a special train to Lewis town, leaving Lennep at 5:30 in the morning and arriving at Lewistown at 9:30, in time for the parade. Returning, this special train will leave Lewis town at 10 o'clock in the even ing and reach Lennep at 2 a. m. July 5th. The fare will be One and One-Fifth for the round trip, and visit ors from Harlowton, Martins dale, Twodot and Lennep may remain in Lewistown over night and return home on the reg lar train July 5th without extra charge, but the excur sion tickets sold at Garneill and points this side will be good on the special train only. The complete schedule and fare on this special train is as follows : To Lewistown Returning Round Trip Fare 5:30 a. m. ... • .....Lv. Lennep Ar..... .. 2:00 a. m.. 0:00 a. m... . 0:25 a. m ..... 7:00 a. m..... 8:00 a. m..... 8:15 a. m..... .. 12:30 p. m. . .............. 3.75 ..............2.15 8:40 a. m.: 0:00 a. m...... 9:30 a. m ...... ..... Moore ............. • .10:50 p. m. • ■ 10-25 p. m. .10:00 p. ni.. .............. 1.75 .............. 1.15 ...............55 A EVERYBODY IS INVITED!!! mr - — - — ■ ■ ■ Contracting and Building All kinds of Masonry work I am also owner of the best quarry in the county, at the edefe of town. Cut stone, dimension or rub ble, delivered anywhere in the ty. J. IV. Hughes Call or address, Lewistown Mont. Get Prices on arvestmg At the Fergus County Hardware Co.