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THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL.
VOLUME XIHI. NO. 87 MILES CITY, M.NTANA. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER a6. ipi PRICE PIVE CNBMS ILES CITY STARTLED, Terrible Tragedy at Case, King & Wod zitzki's Store! CUT TO PIECE Every Man Should do His Duty--How will It End? -- More Developments Ex pected. Whbe we went to bed last night feel jug that nour little ones were tucked safe ly to sleep in their couy little beds to dream happy dreams ,of anta C.lau we litte. thought that today we would find prices cut all to pieces at Case. Kirt & Wdalsitakis. We were startled at the law priase o such things as rich chi-a ware. dolls, picture books, even so many Ieags we did't know they kept. El.. ge.t lime of elik bandkercebifs sad amUes sand cravata and scat. Tbhee lok at these all wool blankets. suits so elthse sad ovearcsts cut in the latest .yles and Pries cut so low anybody eas aford to wear them. Mens sbhoe ledles shos., children' shboe 1.0.O.. F. A. O. U. W.. K. of. P.. F. A. A. M. wives eas Lad a epeeal present for their beebsads. Then you can lad thbeCr-m uma tables with a mnuntamn of tempts tmes and delicaciee from every quarter of the globe. Whatever is eaten should be of the flnst quality. If low in priace an much the better, chebpnems anl qual. itt are twins and everybody'a pets at Cam. King & Wodsitaki. Mixed Candies, three pounds for .3k. Miasd Nuts i'D a pound. How does that strike you? w W1 U. VSWIA g3r w. w -. Lb I asd 4 '--U~J - I L _4 owý-b ~ryep~., a, ar-Jr~n~ar;w.· Pw~mr. a ohm"· mom~r ~ Wu --1- 1 I P-m r:' ~ l DEB8, ONE YEAR. That is Probably the Sentence, that the Man Will Have to Serve. 4the.r of ihe harla LEedeLre Will h.. Ap perltonsd Hailk.Mhal imr. In priesa. (',,ii %,i , iec. 21.-Judge Woodml to .') .l.ca:tl.l that the jail sentence of SIl)Dhe and has six associates in the -aitlia F#. case shall begin .January 8. On nmotion of Attorney Gregory for the I def,-ire. the .Santa Fe and (Gorernment cas on which the sentences were cumu lative were separated and sentence on t the latter was deterred until the ,anta Fe sentence as served. An appeal will he taken in the Government case. The defense asked that the sentence be made cumulative instead of concur rent. 'there *ere were two cases in which union men were found guilty of contempt, Government and Santa lFe. .Judge Woods entered an order, which if carried out, will give DeLb one year in jail instead of six months, and the others six months instead of three "This point was purely technical for the *rpuse of testing the legality of both sentences in the United States Supreme court. N'ts may Cams West. Wasts.orow Dec. 2l.-The sub com mittes on Indian affairs has been con ideiring an rppropriatiou bill several days and will report at soon after the holidays. There is a proposition to make a reductmen Ia the epease oat esters schools. Represetative Wil son of Washnlgtoo, a member of the sub4emmitteo, who is preparag the bill, sys ther isa general feelleg that the ladisa can be better edeoal d on the reservation in the wea. "Thme is no longer a frotier," said Mr. Wilson. Railroads telegraphs sad telephoma hare obliterated it." The committe has also been co.aid tring what to do with the impruremea. made by the churches for ooatr.et schools and it lme beessdeemined to ap. propriate )8000D to buy a number of them. and to acquire them at the rate of about ") per cent each year (. r,.aa Lese. W arShdaw. AL-UApr. N. Y.. [ec. 24.--The German lodges of the Knights u Pytbms of Al hany have decided to withdraw from the order and organise themselves into a new order to be known au -Improved Order ao Kasrgbt of Pythias." This has bee. brought about by the refuinal of the satuonal grand lodge of Knaghts of Pythiab to reaied the reaslutnio which slopped the ue of the Glerma nateal in (ermae lodges. sewates etwed. Wausssomo, Dec. 21.-An order has kbs eased hee the War Department etrieg Bigadier Oeaeral David U. Swais. Jhdg Adveeate Gemeral, who bee seiemad the age of M yea.6 agleead.d. aaelm. mealy ail the Gtr larr glaster m tge bearom the bternal lee cap aine hl vertiral fat, from 100 to 1e000 Ien high. prsenting fnLtlikeas for haigluattee. The vertical fteru sev.e. I WMd sratlaatio. es the hent aie e es ert saagearhale to the base '-dc b hies g sme i d-i gri e eel malem amme I b ag w lad lestnes wae s4mes I hee0i" - r ase. The gle r measmmt at the fee berr ish a bot r a to a os per week.-SHeen. *AMaf afo. S M ato pin Da-de.A minm fb A-ea •te lig l br bo, C I . sgm s hg twMewt r ! es .i rM b m " TO POWl., MY CAt. Twase life's ars phIulpin. As epnrs de iu ed fr, A esdsd La adds f'r. tes bold yor ra treness fant. Wr ohe otoil i yeo esimply lIve. Aad. bsed uopn a staMbe pst, Remal a a soud saomeratiw! Yo.u see the beauty of the world Through eyes of unalloyed conaet. And. Lo my eady chair upeaured. Swera me to punive wualermo.t. I wu.h I knew your trick of thought. 'I.. perfert batlance f your ways. Tl, y .m" an inspiration eught Fro,r oteher laws in eolder day. Tour paddld footstets prowl my room Hklf in d.l. ht and h:;a dilain. Too like this air of toIioJus lc.ioen When .trets without are cold with rain Sme dLay.J alan you'll come to din, And I shall Ir, a rconstant friend. lou'll take your last lck at the sky And be a puzzsi to thu MIed. -C. K tLo andu . petetato the Tyr.ma Piate. Mr. Rorer evidently indorses Marion carland's view of the "tyrant potato " Says the former: "Life is too short yt be spent in digesting potatoes I never eat them in any form. You nmigi.t as well put pieces of mica into your t.tom ach a fill it with 8aratoga chips." It is undoubtedly true that in many house. holds nowadays th. potato habit is much lessened. Time wai when potatoes fried for breakfast, baked for lIncheon and mashed or plain boiled for dinner was the logical course of table events in a)l most every well regulated family. The breakfast cereal has practically banish ad it fro the first meal of the day, it ii often absent from the lnchbeon board, and it is really only at dinner that it is apt to be ti perennial evidence. A dish of boiled rice or sadtp or baked hominy will be found an excellent sub titate for the berated Irish tuber, whikc while not perhap guilty of all the is'. dietmsnts against it, might well be eat egted to an eosamical rather than an e.erls inag apparano.-New York rarle see emi.t1.. From a letter written by Rev. J. tiunderman, of Dimondale. Nick.. we ae permitted to make this extract: "I ave no beheitation in recommeading Dr. King's New Disoevery. as the resmlt were almost marvelous is the case of my wife. While I was pastor of the Baptist church at Rives Junction she was brought down with pneumonia succeed ..g is grippe. Terrible paroxysms of coughing would last hours with little interruption and it iseemed as it she could not survive them. A friend re. commended Dr. King's New Discovery; it was quick in its work and highly rst isadtory in results. Trial bottles free at John Wright's drog store. Regular m.e 5Oc. a.d $lA)b e...mt Wa e.re I I want to buy bounty warrants or wolf claim that Ibao not yet pasad to warrant The large amount aloltaed, llg and unadjusted claims at this a. tame, makes it extremely doubtful that the coming legislature will apprpiat a esucist rsa for their paymeat. and the pospest is that they wi go oew fur another two years. I epressat as ae. erpa -ol who has got mmew fwas nl mt or this hid ad m pe.pad e payr the highnt sui pries hr warimae or duly a..rutheUistd elaem. Omew sedea tse sMad. J. . Odsu.s.s. * Mas CitMm . Nm j umiae. . S l at dIm Plerl th. i pediIu em eeta was a A.. wEbmssese pand..w .twuaiMtnhI smtdHahi `-"uma u I WA La ·r p r ~ ur Per the convenlence of those who wish to make comparisons and for the hmenft of those who can never remad her, the JoouNAL will herefte keep standing a table ot the correspondnog moath of last )at, showing day by day the principal meteorologisal conditions as obtained from the record kept by the United States weather observer in this city. Following is the record for Dec. 1903: 11TI.. WEATHER. TI ):l'V..:AT "ll. 1-Cloudy .............. ...... : 2-Cloudy.... ................... 3-Partl) cloudy ................... 24 4 Cloudy..... ........... 38 5 Cloudy . ......... ............. 28 6 -Cloudy ....... ............. 28 7 --Part cloudy .................. :3 8 -Part cloudy.................... 34 9--Cloudy. . ..... ............. 31 10-Part Cloudy ................. 25 Il--Clear .......... ........... -6 12-Iear ..................... -10 13-Cloud. ................... 9 t--Cloudy.................. 8 i1- Part Cloudy................ 9 17-Part Cloudy................. 34 1 -C'lear........................ 31 19-Clear ....... ............... 24 d0--Partly Cloudy............... 31 21-Partly Cloudy ............ 2S 2 -Clear........ ............ 38 2--Cloudy .................. 24-Cloudy................ 16 2 -Clear .......................... 22 J --C lear...................... 22 27-Cle .... .................... 16 28 Cloudy ...2................ 2 29-Cloudy... . 19 30 -Cloudy ...... ...........30 31-Partly Clondy ... ...... 33 The figures in the right hand columa denote the average thermometer reading for the day. Namy lKiwA eof D s s Oe.. A meun solar day Is Lth aesrage or stean of all the apparetas olar days in a year. Mean solar time l. that shown by a well regulated clock or watch. while apparent solar time is that shown by a well c'uotructed sundial The dif.eremce between the two at any time is the equation of time and may amount to 16 minmates and $1 seconds The as aonuomical day begins at noon. and the eivll day at the preceding midnight. The sidereal and mean solar days are both invariable, but one lay of the lat hr is equal to I day 3 mInutes and 6.. 66 seconds of the former. In a paper on Mars published in Natura ed Arte Profcaer ic-hiaprelli mys that it has an atmosphere charged with water vapur. In spiteof this, how. ever. he thinks that it rarely rains, hut that water circulates through canals back and forth from ne,. pole to to the other, this circulation Icing a-compa niai by "'xtraolrinary periodical floods whts.h at .'very rev·eluni at' t Mlar iuan date the F.lar rig;na at the period of the melting of the .ow. " WIll 3la,,i't ~~Did tbec'duue ticr pry~oohmS SWI be owdt~c u?" "Whet'. bedotvr now?" "Pvmident ol a rolfrcttem grney."~ h*Imta Ucmsitutio"~ L'.4 PRM. ONY - a5 _ - A·Y~l- U. Higbest of .ll in Lavening Power- Latest U. S. Gov't sA.i; ABS w.ATEIL PU.S W. B. JOKDAN, Fresident. G. M. MILES, Vice-Presiden. H. B. Wl..EYV, Cashier. C. L. CARTER, Ass't Cahie. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. MILES CITY, MONTANA. CAPITAL, $50,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS,'$b Sh Direotore a W. . I JoRI).:, GEO. M. MILES, H-I. .,II W LE. J. W. 'TREVELL. HENRY TUSLER, J.o. CARTER, F. C. RODERTSON XEt.ert m* 1P otn aTlme D.poe. , : WILLIAM COURTENAYY Os1.Q , OIV . a maý. Uive Sock iBroker. Rml Estate and Commercl AiApl Agent for FIRE, LIFE and ACCIDENT INSURANCE. Loan Broker and Notary Public. First Class Ranches, Farm s Town Lots for sale. Settlers and Intending Purchasers Ifurn' information respecting Northern Paciic Lands and Lots. Texas, New Mexico, Colorado. Wyoming and W. stern Cattle sale. LUs bIei a s ,. ~rIntent and Obiid u. I uuomi~eaa . srot1a prMit~a ec f Etpmw~tafl D~cfhu , 0 ~a wf tssw to ne. IL ..t ,IfL ., £ WtuV, m h a. D ~ama Du mhm ~Il So, Ox toic. flooktya. N. Y. g ios. O w d. Its meri. so well L oina t:...' t: mw-%awt : ou ' myutJr- sadr t bm. i -~f oI s[ mtwaten asosd r of.r ~w in the :o -. ftL Rsimf 1vdsfýt 1, ~~Yrlrr~rrS-'~:;ow Tort City. a~hl~d· L~ Sys Ciwsae t'o"rs--. 7 - rtº- tsww . 1Nr Tans -,TT" O TII*--~ rbdmtapJt~ IrdL~" W*It SAWN& um Omanrrmar !wombs ..L w ur~r · ý! ýL · . --iL. . IL Lo 1" Oft f^, - rl