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LOOK OVER THE BARGAIN COUNTER B CAREFULLY THIS WEEK s B You will find a money saving offer in shorts and remnants displayed for your inspection. We are preparing for Inventory and consequently offer you these goods at a very low price. It will pay you to keep your eye on these offerings. THE W. A. ORGAIN CO WIBAUX MONTANA ..... ■■■■■■.......... . MM 'L ... 1 ______ r»• The Wibaux Pioneer ! KANE & SHEAR, Publishers PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT . . Wibaux, Montana . . Entered as second-class matter January 17. 1907 at the Post-office, at Wibaux. Montana, under the Act of Congress of March 3. 1679 LANDED IN JAIL CHARGED WITH ROBBING BANK AT NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C. OF $375,000. ' SENT MONEY TO HIS WIPE And This Resulted In His Capture By New York Police.—Accom plice Caught In Los ; Angeles. New York. Jan. 10.—John McNam ara of San Francisco, known to detec tives of half a dozen cities as "Aus tralian Mack," was arrested here on A warrant charging him with the lar teenv of $375,000 from the Bank of Montreal at New Westminster, B. t'., j which was dynamited Sept. 14. Eleven ! hundred dollars was found In his wal- I let and detectives are searching the city for $340,000 of the bank's funds i Which he is belloved to have brought | to New York. In addition to larceny, McNamara j charged with dynamiting the bank's j pafe and binding and gagging a Chi- | peso watchman. He admitted that j he was in British Columbia at the i time the bank was robbed and had lived at the Strand hotel in Vancouver afterwards, but declined to say any- [ thing f 1 For : further. nearly 15 years, the police as sert, McNamara has been known to the authorities throughout the coun try. The crime with which McNamara is charged was committed by four men, iwho entered the New Westminster branch of the Bank of Montreal on the night of Sept. 14, and after bind-i Jng the watchman and dynamiting tho! safe, departed so heavily laden with loot that they wrapped it In pillow slips and sheets and had to use an automobile to get away. They dropped! n $5,000 bundle of bills in their haste! /tnd finding that they had more than] they could carry hid $24,000 beneath,' n sidewalk. Two hundred and forty thousand doll; o of the stolen money was nego-j tiable, lacking, however, the signa ture of the bank's officials. Six weeks later a bank in Buffalo re ceived $1,005 In the stolen bills, de posited by a poolroom keeper. The hank asked the depositor where he procured it and upon his failure to give an answer the money was con fiscated. Sent $1,000 To Wife. San Francisco. — John McNamara has a long criminal record. He bore ,the uliases of John P. McNab, "Big Mac" and "Australian Mac." In 1899 he was arrested In Boston on a burg lary charge. In 1900 he was arrested In Cleveland on a charge of hank rnh' in ueieuim on a cnarge oi bank iob bery, but was acquitted. He also was arrested in Australia on a charere of , , , Ausuaurt on a ( narge Ot hank robbery. 3 Dnr ; i , ng tlu) Schmitz-Ruef regime in San r ram isco, McNamara enjoyed many privileges and conducted a 'no torious resort known as the "Turtle."; Later, he and "Billy Gallagher con. ducted another resort known as "Tom's Cabin.'' McNamara was traced last August to Portland, thence to Seattle, and to Vancouver, B. C. He was in Van couver in August and It was the month following that the New Westminster bank was robbed. It was through McNamara's fam ily in this city that he was finally los cated. He had sent $1,000 to his wife, who resides in the Sunset dis trict of San Francisco. Through tho forwarding of the money McNamara was located in New York. McNamara had been associated with a man named Barrett who is serving time in an Oregon prison for burg lary. Barrett is now believed by local detectives to have been connected with the New Westminster bank rob bery. Barrett robbed the First Na tional hank of San Francisco of $20. 000 in 1904 and served five years la San Quentin. Accomplice Is Caught. l.os Angeles. — Charles Hoffman, .alias Charles Don, alias C. W. How ard, was arrested here by agency de tectives, charged with being connected with the robbery of the Bank of Mont real at New Westminster, B. C., las September. Gun Blast Kills Eight Men. Uuello Sur-Loire, Jan. 10. — Eight! , , , , ..... 6 " steel nu.u ders met a horrible death and II others w on- sei lously injured by the bursting ot a gun mould at tho government naval arsenal near An gouleme. Thirty Dead. Fifty Hurt in Race War. New Orleans, Jan. 10.—Thirty per sons were killed and fifty wounded ia a race war at Port Linton, Uosta Rica. Troops were called out to stop the fighting. Wanted in Montana. 1 Chicago, Jan. JO.- Edward Wray ia being held by the police at the request (Of the authorities of Butte, where he its wanted to answer to a charge of .robbing a depositor of $1,300 in front jof the State Savings bank in August, ! j 1910 - ! Four Die In Canadian Wreck. j Montreal, Jan. 10. — Four persou* | were killed and eight injured when] ' THE MARKETS Twin City Markets. Minneapolis, Jan. 10. — Wheat, May. $1.07: July. $1.08; No. 1 northern, S 1.07 No. 2 northern. $1.05 '^ ; No. 1 Ournin. 9tie; No. 3 corn, 60e; No. 3 white oats, 4 i)»/ 2 c' barley, malting, $1.30; No. - rye, Ole; fo. 1 flax, $2.16U. Duluth, Jan. 10. — Wheat, May. $1,064*; July, $1,07; No. 1 northern, $1 00 Vs: No. 1 durum, $1.00%. South St. Paul. Jan. 10. — Cattle — Steers. $5.2506.00; cows, $3.2504 50 calves. $4.50(®7.60; hogs. $5.9006 20 plieep and lambs, $8.9504.00. Chicago Grain Market. Chicago, Jan. 10.—-Wheat prices to day showed a tendency to rise. Much complaint was being made as to the quality of the Argentine shipments which had been received at British ports. Conservative firms were said also to be estimating the Argentine surplus as low as 92,000,000 bu. Tha opening here was %c to higher. May started at $1.01% ' Ma , y 8 ! a , rted a * $L01% to "$l.0i%7 a Kaln of %c t0 but react ed to $1.01 An apparent big lnorease In tha wot Id s available supply carried prices muC h lower despite statements that the showing was due to the addition of oXul*V" c*o 8 ?wm .ujwuh May down %c net at $1.00%. co2nffisio^ aS se ^ ld ^ bl ^orm opened unchanged to v*c up at 64%'c t0 I jL 4 .S- c ' t K a «S5S?Jf a ria the setback In wheat. The close was 1 steady at 64 %c for May, exactly the same as last night. 1 Oats, though dull, held firm until other grain began to weaken. May started the same as last night to a shade higher at 49%@49%c to 49%c but gradually sagged to 49c. 1 Provisions.—A decline in hogs at tha ' yards here and a big run at western centers made provisions lower all around. First sales were at last night's level to 5c off with May de- i livery $16.22Va to $16.25 for pork, , $9.52% for laid and $S.72% to $8 76 1 for ribs. Chicago Livestock. Chicago, Jan. 10.—Cattle receipts es timated at 15,000; market slow 10c to 20c lower; beeves. $4.75(fi 8.6u; Texas steers, $4.30(7? 5.80; western steers $4.50 fn 7.25; stockers and feeders, $3.30 "1)5.90; cows and heifers, $2® 6.5u; calves, $6® 8.50. Hog receipts estimat ed at 38.000; market quiet, 5<Sil0e low er^ light, $6.1006.45; mixed, $6,150 6-55; heavy, $6.1506.60; rough, »6.t5<® 6 30; good to choice heavy, $0.3O(fi 6.60; nigs. $4.9005.75; bulk of sales, $6.30® 6.50. Sheep receipts estimated at 25 - "OO; market steady; native, $3.2604.SB western. $3.50 0 4.85; yearlings. $506; v/io '' ,intive ' *2.260 7.10; western. $5.26 Neuman Sent to Prison. Livingston. In district court hers Julius Neuman, former salesman for wholesale shoe houses, pleaded guilty to shooting at his wife in a store, end was sentenced to fourteen months In the state penitentiary. W. W. Taylor Dies in Montana. Butte. — W. W. Taylor, gen omi Bt!U ' $ ra ' superintendent of mines for th« Milwaukee railroad and one or the big piining men of the northwest, died at Roundup, of blood poisoning caused t> y * oarbunc , e v ,UB ' L ' i ' iaaa New York, N. Y. — George Bak dor to the United Staten, arrived in New York and left for Washington. 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