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THE BUTTE DAILY POST
Dillon bureau BUSINESS OFFICfl AT McCLURES New» Depart* nent Phone M Black AXES STRYCHNINE QUARREL IT DANCE alter Siria, Aged 19, des After Spat With Her Husband. July 8.—Coroner L. C. Ford yeaterday and conducted the ver the body of Mm. Walter 3 committed suicide early orning at her ranch home by drinking strychnine. A ts rendered that the young ame to her death from the «strychnine administered by her own hand with suicidal d that she died July 1 at 1:30 the morning. The jury was of L. E. Hordwine, Frank B. Brown, Henry Gleed, Sr., . Drummey. agedy occurred following a Apex Saturday evening. The ought out that Mr. and Mrs. Il young and married less ir, had had a quarrel before bnded the dance. The young •esented the attention his to other dancers and re \ It was also brought out ousy was the cause of much ouble. couple left the dance hall after midnight and went to ch home at Apex, where the continued. Still quarrel retired. The young wife con tie argument and the young fell asleep. Waking him Mrs. anded that he kiss her. This ~d to do and In a fit of anger •d out of bed und said site tie strychnine. Thinking that just angry and had no in f committing such an act her I paid no attention to her until mod and told him that she the poison and began iak r thing to counteract the effects rychnine. Siria immediately nd ran to the dance hall and r help. The woman was an automobile and rushed to t died on the road to town. was 19 years old and was Butte. She was the oldest of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Turner. ~ple of Melrose, and was mar than a year ago. The fu ll be held at Melrose this THE FEATURE OF ONT PARK OPENING Jul> 3.—The Fourth of July ved In Dillon in a quiet there heilig no celebration the city. However, the park will be thrown open to I * • , on this date apd a big pic a tion has been planned, t park is a valuable addition being located in a beautiful d grove on the banks of the river one mile from Dil vlthln 10 minutes' ride from splendid dancing pavilion has ted and will be used all the d. It Is a wooden structure and has a fine hardwood ere will be continuous danc row from 2 o'clock In the aft ntil midnight. IATI0N TO MEET TWICE EACH WEEK July 3.—The newly organ man's Patriotic association on each Tuesday and Fri oon for the purpose of mak ges and other articles to be the American Red Cross in Plans are being outlined for latlon to do patriotic work of nature. ND WIFE EACH FINEDJF0R ASSAULT July 3.—John H. Lowder and Mari' Lowder, w'ere each yesterday on a charge of assault. The couple were last week on a charge of Carl Knoll, a well-known of the Bannack district. ILLON BRIEFS. July 3.—M. Bucy spent yes Dillon from his ranch home ntennial valley, odd returned yesterday from trip to Portland. Mrs. Knudson have returned otor tour of the Yellowstone parl^ and will visit here for before leaving for Lyons, i they will make their They will make the trip hn S. Baker returned yes ernoon from an extended relatives In the east. She panied home by her sister, spend several weeks visiting ce. , Jr., and Bernard Ei 11 la ms from Medicine Lodge yes ere they have been working Sam on the ranch. Sillers is in town from Hel Isit his sister, Mrs. W. B. hnlsch and Carl Pahnisch Dillon yesterday afternoon ranch home on Grass - tailings was in tow'n from yesterday, bringing In an rent of gold bricks from the *nack, which were shipped ke< »ter spent yesterday lUraore, Ida. Rj TO BIO HOLE. ly I*.—Mr. and Mrs. Nurhl jto the Big Hole basin each driving a car over PARENTS OE LAD LOCATED BY STORY IN BUTTE POST John Pulse, 12 Years Old, Sent to Chinook—O'Malley to Prison. Dillon, July 8.—Sheriff Wyman left yesterday for Deer Lodge, taking with him a man by the name of James O'Malley, sentenced last Saturday by Judge Clark on a charge of second degree assault. O'Malley will serve a sentence of from one to tw'o years. Sheriff Wyman was accompanied as far ns Butte by John Pulse, the 12 year-old Chinook boy who, in company with 13-year-old Raymond St. John, had been hunting for their parents whom they claimed had come to work on a ranch at Kidd. The parents ot young Pulse are living at Chinook, as Sheriff Wyman yesterday received a railroad ticket and asked that the boy be sent home immediately. So far the parents of St. John have not been heard from. Young Pulse's parents read the story published in the Butte Post and were able to locate the youngster In that manner. son™ siat »Otts Staple and fancy groceries; prompt delivery. Taylor Grocery, 1630 Harri son avenue. Phone 1031.—Adv. Mrs. A. A. Grorud, wife of Assistant Attorney General Grorud, who has been visiting friends on Garrison avenue, has returned to her home in Helena. Mamie M. Grimes of Great Falls is visiting friends on the south side, while in the city for a few' days. William Davis and family of George street have gone to Scranton, Pa., where they will make their future honk*. Robinson — Meat, Groceries and Hardware. Orders promptly delivered. 1403 Dewey. Phone 3853-W.—Adv. The Ladies' Aid society of the Welsh church will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. John Steadman, 810 South Colorado street. In a regular social and business session. Mr. and Mrs. F. Schmidt of Great Falls are guests of friends on the south side, while in the city for a few days. Mrs. N. W. Boer of Los Angeles is visiting at the home of her mother. Mrs. Norris Bean, 1161 Schley avenue. Tom Rundell and John C. Jones of the south side left last night on a brief vacation which will be spent in fish ing along the Big Hole river. Lyton of Rawlins. Wyo., is a *^Ht at the Bennett ho el. while In the o Fou- Hava or* ItnainAaa city for a few' days on business. Mrs. Dan Halford of Boulder is vis iting friends on the south side, while in the city for a few days. Mrs. A. W. Sims and son Henry ot Eugene. Ore., are visiting at the home of Mrs. Sims' sister-in-law, Mrs. Ag nes Blakely, 912 Nevada avenue, for a few' days while on their way to visit In the east. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Brown of 2903 Bayard avenue are the happy parents of a son, bora June 30. F. II. Crago of Sappington is a busi ness visitor on the south side for a few' days. Mrs. Anna Green of Ogden, Utah, is visiting friends on the south side, while in the city for a few' days. Gus E. Gart of Breckenrldge, Minn., Is a guest at the Northern hotel, while in the city for a few days on busi ness. The St. Patrick's school orchestra was entertained last week at the home of Misses Alleen and Catherine Keane, 1814 South Main street. A delight ful social evening w'as spent, followed by refreshments. Those present were Misses Genevieve McCarthy, Mary Connors, Catherine McGrath, Marcia McMahon and the hostesses. Miss Myrtle Cyr of White Sulphur Springs is visiting at the home of her brother, Howard Cyr of Pine street. The Ladies' Aid society of the Emmanuel Presbyterian church, at the corner of Gaylord and Galena streets, will meet in the church next Friday at 2:80 o'clock for special business. All ladles who are interested in the church are cordially invited to attend. NOTTCE. All members of 65, I. B. E. W. : Spe cial meeting Tuesday, July 8, 7 p. m. Hall announced at Headquarters.— Adv. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE POST cJP DOINGS OF THE DUFFS B PAMSY. A COOPie Of TRAM^o Asfel I'u. 6lS Ip- —---L, COMIHtf w T**6 HARO - Von may UO'I, WOULP tfive th*m soMemMtf to rr J yw> Vou Be so kwo EAT BW BoM'r MET THCM I A< Tr, -iivr uo C « r r fu. ft» u. 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BY AHERN 'Vknonaj 6eo«öe- fishu? iS only for IWeM AS HAS A LOT OF Time ^ON THEIR HARD?» • nutty caoviC POMtVTlC. tTUFP BCTWtBM MR ä MR& RNTTueSNAMe YKNOVJ I 3U6T oorr TO THINKING - I'LL- bet ALL 1H' EHVERT CHAMPION XfltHCRE WERE ALL Politicians* y /.tl-U Gt A \ I V lu Teai a wioolc J V towM to "tv** club /*. well goof! vouue BEER HERE SINCE Silt THtfe A-M AH' VO0 AlRT CAUGHT NOtVUR' 1 'xrea' to smovn you I'M A SPORT ILL BET YOU A NEW COLLAR CATCH ONE IS TH' NEAT FIn/6 J MINUTES * PART TWO - 0UOBURG, GOSSiPERS 'OH ftùNEE- I 3 UE.T - Vwa>T till i cot overTO_, YOU PllST PISH INI G YOURE OWING, j FOR 'EM \ / N N '"That hosS*y kaTy »t* n ' WHprr Do vou THiMHOF TmAT 1 ^ KgTy p»p MONTANA ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST Wife of Well-Known Attorney Drops Dead While on Fishing Trip. Missoula, July 3.—Mrs. Thelma Nash Bickford, wife of Judge Walter M. Bickford, attorney for the Clark in terests here and well known in Butte, dropped dead Sunday afternoon while fishing near De Smet. Heart trouble has been given as the cause of death. When the party assembled for their return home Mrs. Bickford was miss ing. A search revealed her dead body beside the stream. The deceased was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Nash of this city. She was born in Indianapolis in 1884. The funeral arrangements have not been made. j ! j I ALL MILLS SHUT DOWN. Bonner, July 3.—There has been no change in the strike situation here during the past 24 hours. All the mills and lumber camps are shut down and the industry is kt a standstill. No ef fort has been made for mediation and. according to the managers of the va rious properties, the shut down is for an indefinite period. SESSION CLOSES TODAY. Livingston, July 3.—The eighth dis trict convention of the Women of Woodcraft opened a two-day session here yesterday with 200 delegates in attendance. The feature of the day'a session was the address of Mrs. C. C. Van Orsden of Portland. Ore., grand guardian. Tomorrow's session will be devoted to the election of grand dele gates, election district officers and se lection of the next meeting place. The convention will close today with a banquet tendered the delegates. ARRESTED FOR MURDER. Billings. July 8.—Lee Thompson, charged with the murder of James Hll derman. a Fromberg resident, Satur day. has been arrested at Laurel and will be returned to Carbon county for trial. RATE HEARING OFF. Helena, July 3.—The Montana rail way commission yesterday cancelled the setting of the hearing on the ap-. plication of the carriers for a 15 per cent increase and Indefinitely post poned it. Two weeks ago the hearing was begun and after the carriers pre sented their case continuance was taken until July 16, w'hen the shippers were to present their case. The ac tion of the interstate commerce in de nying the application of the carriers, hut permitting them to present the matter again in October, made further action by the state commission un necessary at this time, it being under j stood that The matter of interstate rates would not be pressed if the in I terstate commission denied the peti tion. MUST HAVE LICENSE Helena, July 3. Chiropraetors must be licensed by the state board of osteopathy before they can practice in Montana, the court ruled yesterday in a decision by Chief Justice Brnntly affirming the conviction in this coun ty of Dr. W. R. Hopkins, who was charged with a misdemeanor for prac ticing without a license. FOR FUTURE OFFICERS. Helena, July 3.—All Montana men who have heretofore applied to Capt. H. C. Clark in Helena, to be admitted to the second officers' training camp at the Presidio, must make their applica tions anew, according to instructions received today by Captain Clark from P. M. Clark, executive secretary of the Military Training Camps Association of the United States. Under the orig inal instructions, all applications were by mail. Under the instructions Just Issued, candidates must file their ap plications in person with the local committee of the Military Training Camps association in the town in which he resides or the nearest board. These committees will be appointed in every' tow'n having a population of not less than 2,500. CUTS RECEIVER S FEE. Helena. July 3.—The supreme court yesterday. Justice Sidney Sanner rendering the opinion, issued an or der reducing the order for compensa tion from $17,000 to $4,820 allowed W. J. Ruffner by the district court of Sil ver Bow for services as receiver of the M. J Connell company. The firm was In the hands of the re ceiver for 10 months and 18 day's, and as partial compensation Ruffner drew $300 a month or a total of $8,180. He asked for $30,000 and wras allowed $17.000. The propriety of the order. Insofar as it allowed a gross of more than $8,000. was appealed from. The court says $8.000 is more than ample, representing twice the annual salary' Mr. Ruffner had received be fore the receivership, while his hours of duty were much the same NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS! Carriers are not allowed to accept payment of subscriptions, or to accept orders for cancellation of subscription. All such orders to have delivery of papers discontinued must be made to the Butts Dativ Post, business offld BOOTLEGGER AUTO WILL BE SOLD SI SUCH Butte Registration and Liquor Cases Before the Fed eral Court. I I J I j Helena. July S. An autor. obile when used to promote bootlegging will be sold to the highest bidder, probably at Missoula, says Deputy District At torney Homer G. Murphy. The machine was confiscated from Octave Morgan, an Indian who pleaded guilty yesterday morning in the fed eral court to an Indictment for in troducing spiritous liquor into the Flathead reservation. Sixty days in the Lewis and Clark county' Jail and $100 fine and costs was the sentence imposed on him. The court rejected the plea of guilty to bootlegging on the Fort Peck res ervation made by John Deegan, who was Jointly Indicted with At ike Camp bell. Campbell pleaded not guilty last week and will be trted in Great Falls i on Bept. 6 Deegan will be tried the same day. | John Lennon of Butte, charged with failure to register, filed a motion to 1 quash, which will be argued on the , day the case comes to trial, July 18. ! James F. Treanor. Barney Ward and John Lennon of Butte, indicted for al leged distribution of anti-registration literature, presented a motion to quash and a demurrer, both of which were denied by the court. The defendants then pleaded not guilty. Their trial was sc-t for July 17. Henry Ashley will be tried Oct. 6 at Missoula on a charge of bootlegging on the Flathead reservation, to which he pleaded not guilty yesterday morn ing. Joseph Pain will plead Thursday morning to an indictment for boot legging on the Flathead reservation Ben Cramer, indicted Jointly with Charles Allard for bootlegging on the Flathead reservation, pleaded not guilty and will be tried Oct. 8 in Mis soula. Allard will plead guilty. Helps Asthma and Hay Fever. Now' comes the season when hay fever and asthma cause thousands to suffer. "I have been troubled for years with asthma." writes E. C. Schaaf, Creston, O., "and find Foley's Honey and Tar the only thing that gives me relief. It loosens the phlegm so I can throw It off and sleep. Had to sit nights in my chair, not being able to lie down, before using Foley's Honey and Tar." A standard family remedy for coughs, colds, croup. Newbro Drug Co.—Adv. THE BUDE DAILY POST POSTS YOU ON THE NEWS Adrev tlalae rates on appll cation. THE BUTTE DAILY POST DEER LODGE BUREAU OfftW Room 8 Klein achraldt SLASHES SEVERAL BONES IN HIS FOOT WITH AXE Deer Lodge, July 3. — Dick Rial, hlle working at the Rotiert Holt ranch est of town yesterday afternoon, had îe misfortune to cut a bad gash in his right foot while cutting wood with axe. The blade struck the foot Just below the ankle and cut through eral of the hones. Rial was hur ried to Bt. Joseph's hospital, where h«* s attended by one of the local phy sicians, and is getting along as well as can be expected. DEER LODGE BRIEFS. Deer Lodge, July 3.—Mrs. I\ (V Val iton has returned from a short visit to Poison. J. E. Manley of Helmville and Arthur Tlioinas of Avon came over yesterday morning to meet with Chairman VV. O. Wyckoff In the regular monthly session of the board of countj com missioners. W. F. Senecal and D. A McQueen of Elllston were Deer Lodge visitors on Sunday. C. W. Merriles, freight and traffic agent for the Great Western railroad, and Dirk Lee, Northern Pacific freight agent, w f ere in town Sunday. Kenneth Wood of the McMullen & Wood Drug company is enjoying a va cation this week at Rock Creek lake. He will be Joined in a day or two by Dr. W. H. Stephan. Robei t Harris motoi '--i down from Race Track yesterday to attend to business matters I.. L. Stratton of Portland is insist ing temporarily In the M' Mullen &■ Wood Drug company store. Dick Jenkins and James Dougherty of Elllston visited friends in the city Sunday. LANG FUNERAL. Deer Lodge. July 3 The fu Frank A. Lang was held venter ernoon from Hie Episcopal chui W. J Attwood officiating, was made in Hilk-rest cetr 1 Interment I^Up and Down the State Another elevator Terry this summer, has three but it if grain yield in that exceed a million b elevator will be nc handle the crop. The Miles Miles City wi story brick \ I The eelf-se stalled in th hall, the woi un 0 f tfie their me jj ar i egt , n not more than university car Th> ected at already xpected that the tion this fall will ie|s and the new «sary to properly erect Iding ter company handsome t? his summer. stci ing j do tory at the here practically all summer session students take neals. This was made neces . the large roll of enlisted coi en from Missoula, which left half dozen men on the us for the summer. , , nd will deal in ! - , The journeymen bakers of Missoula have perfected the organization ot Iccal No. 134 of the Bakery and Con fectionery Workers' union, an interna tional organizations with a member ship of 20. Articles of incorporation I \e been , filed at Lewistown for the Bradley C härtere company. The company capitalized at $25.000 farm lands. Fergus, Chouteau and Wheatland counties are holding a joint teachers' institute, beginning today. Darby desires to become a full fledged town and the county commis sioners have called a special election to be held July 31 to decide the ques tion. 1 ! • 1 I • ; j The old Spanish cannon captured in the Philippines by the American . soldiers in 1898 will be set up on the ' courthouse law n at Missoula, according 1 to an action by the county commis- : sioners which was suggested by the ' Missoula members of the Grand Arm;* j of the Republic. Joseph Ford, a ranch owner of Hei- ' ena residing on Sparta street, is th* possessor of the oldest United States government bond in existence. It was | issued Aug. 3. 1791. and bore interest ( at 3 per cent until 1832, when the is- , sue matured and was called in. The face value of the certificate Is $21.93 PLINS COMPLETED FOB A GRAN Parade and Speeches in the Morning—Sports in the Afternoon. Deer Lodge, July 3 . -Final plans have been perfected for the Fourth of July celebration to be held in Deer Lodge tomorrow. The day s entertain ment will begin at 9:30 o'clock when a band, under the direction of Prof. James Sartoris, will give a concert of national airs on one of the down town avenues. The automobile parade vill be held nvited and i 10 rged to join court hou' r>f the da; and all are u line with le will ter uare, where to be held, Jr< - ses and HI include 50->ar<i under 12; 50-yard dash for boys •r 16; 50-yard dash for girls un 12; 100-yard dash f or girls under 100-yard dash for men; 75-yard i for women; tug of w ar and hig ( r> In all of the t •ontests cash >n will be awariled. During the rnoon the ».and will play patriotic land populai beginning 1 children I.IUH-K... • and In the evening, at 7 o'clock, a big free I be held at the city pavilion. comfort of the women and « rest room, with a lady in iil be open next door to *he all day. Midtl MARRIAGE LICENSE er Lodge, July 3 —A mm se was issued yesterday afte of the District Court P »o Alexander M. Mille] Sharp of Avon. team heated with hot and cold t of the N of land in tion a I f United but the tr classified i t nei n Pacific to the Gallatin N'a *.untested by the ment in the fed The npany •w selection law year* ago, t after being surveyed wai in the forest reserve. PART OF FOREST LAND TO BE OPEN TO ENTRY Ws hington. July 3. President Wil son has issued a proclamation ex cluding certain areas from the Palisade national forest In Idaho and Wyoming and restoring them to homestead en tr;. Sept. 11. arid to settlement and other forms of disposition Sept. 18. About 5.000 acres in Idaho, in Fremont and Bonneville counties, and 2.200 acre** In Wyoming, in Lincoln county, ire restored under the proclamation. j--—— GOVERNMENT SOCIALISTS WIN BY NARROW MARGIN Copenhagen. July 3—Followers of Philip S heidemann. majority so« iahst leader among the German conserva five socialists, triumphed in the na tlonal convention of the German Metal Workers' union at Cologne, though by the narrow margin of $3 to 54 vote«. The radicals had attempted to ■'ring the union into line In favor of a policy of strike demonstrations and to secure resolutions rebuking the union leaders ; for co-operating . 1th the government j In stopping the food strike in April. The move failed, however, by the mar gin of votes. Fourth of July Special Train ' 1 : ' j ' Via Oregon Short Line, Union Pacif:c System. Leaves Butte 7:20 a. m.. re turning arrives Butte 10:05 p. m. | Round trip Butte to Glen $1.00 Dü ( Ion $2.00 Armstead $2 50. Racing, , dancing and other sports at Glee, and opening of new city park at Dillon. A big time assured.—Adv.