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The Latest News of Importance from all Over the World Received Direct by The Record. ! Colfax. Sept. 25.—Engine trouble yesterday terminated avaitor Robert G. Fowler's second attempt to soar above the 700ft. pass in the Sierras. Paris. Sept. 25.—Vice Admiral Bellue, commanding the second squadron to which the Libete was attached, telegraphed the Ministry of Marine tonight as follows: "About 300 men are dead or miss ing which estimate includes those from other ships in the harbor." Burton. Wis. Sept. 25.--Dynamite explosion may result in death of three persons. Farmer forgot that he placed six sticks of giant powder in warming oven of gasoline stove. Shock hurls body through side wall and drops through hole in ceiling to floor below. Residence is com plete wreck. Chicago, 111., Sept. 25.—Four are dead in Chicago tenement house fire and dozen others injured. Po lice believe blaze to have been of incendiary origin. Twelve-year-old boy saves scoresof lives. Diamond! Bodry runs through big building rousing sleeping occupants and then turns in alarm. A Barrel of Good Things to eat could be easily chosen from our stock, and still there would be no two articles alike. Every sort of an eatable is carried by us In Our Grocery Stock The quality of our goods is all you could desire. Our prices are lower than you would ex pect to pay. Why don't you share these advantages by confining all your purchases of "foodstuffs" to our store? H. E. MARSHALL I ; ■ÜTÏÏE ©M'irtEÏ PERPETRATED BY WALT MCDOUGALL J 'Ü3U INFERNAL IMP OF SATAN DiOn-T I TE.LL I You,ETC ? [ You BONE.MEAD THE. NEXT TIME I THIS HAPPENS Vtsu'M. Go . ETC IF THIS OCCURS AGAIN now, you Boob WE CANT STAHIO POR THIS SORTOFl/ Thing. E.TC u 7 * ~-T r WHAT Do YOU MEAN BY) Such AinouLRSICtHT j-— ARE VOU -v--*-- * 1 . nutty* 1 ETC ETC y y jlA ♦ THEY ALL LOOK BIO- TO SOMEBODY. SOMEWHERE ONT YOU PARE EVER TO formet that its MY money, etc? 3 HE DOESN'T KNÔWÂ) rwTLL.wHPc^ töwÄl VELASQUEZ FROM J I RE.ME.M BE.R THE A MLIS50NI£R:c^ l NAMES OF ALL THESE CARS? Î LOCAL NEWS NOTES. Postmaster Dann y Walters was oper ated on by Doctor til GldJ ss yesterday and bis appendix was removed .This is theft rst lime anybody got driytl ling from Danny and it was onjy done bytbe aid of ether. Danny says he had no use for the dern thing anyhow. ÇYou SEE, THE HOUSE »I IS BUTA STonES / THROW F ROM THE \ RA.ILAOAÖ I La.v fP" f But I never! (throw stones [AT A RAIL- S3 ! ; : ! i Kansas City, Sept. 25.—Third Conservation Congress assembles. Three thousand five hundred dele gates gather in Kansas City, Mo., for three days' diberation. Presi dent Taft will address tonight. Ex ecutive's speech hinted will be most important delivered during present tour of country. New York, Sept. 25.—A violent drop in prices on the stock exchange today followed another outburst of selling by holders of stock in all parts of this country and Europe. The drop was more general and more precipitate than in any previ ous time during the decent of last two months. The market was com paratively still at the opening but as the session progressed the out pouring of stocks increased in vol ume and fluctuations became violent United States Steel, which was the storm center of last week move ment, fell. Reading declined five points, Union Pacific six points, St. Paul four points, Southern and Canadian Pacific three points. New York, Sept. 26.—The home office of Dr, F. A. Cook has made another attack on Dr. Peary. 1 \ I Claims that the data furnished by Peary is valueless, contribution another better saying, ''You are aurhorized to print the following letter," giving the attack in detail. Wash., .Sept. 26.—The senate ! committee appointed to investigate the charges that Sen. Stephenson of Wisconsin procured his seat in the upper house of Congress by bribery and corruption will begin work on October 20. Toulon, .Sept. 26.—An official statement of the casualties in the loss of the ship Liberté which was destroyed by the explosion and fire yesterday places the dead at 235 and the injured at 88 with one man missing. London, Sept. 26.—A news dis patch from Rome this afternoon says the King announced there this afternoon that the Italian Govern ment at Constantinople has present ed to the Porte a note to the effect that any dispatch of Turkish mili tary transports to Tripoli will be re garded as a most serious action. EmigrantsGap. Cal. Sep. 26-Fow ler, the man who is attempting the coast to coast air ship flight, says that he will wait until the metro logical conditions are better. Rod gers will have to wait several days before his machine which was dam 1 \ aged by a collision with a wire fence can he repaired. Machinists are working on the machine at the present time. I ; New York, Sept. 26.—Another outburst cf selling on the stock ex change when the opening trade be gan today carried down prices swifty. As th" gong sounded open ing of business on the floor of the exchange there was a rush to sell. The gains made yesterday afternoon in the recovery following the early depression were largely swept away in a few minutes. The confusion in the crowd of struggling brokers around the steel post was so great that for some time it was impossi ble to determine the changes in prices. The first transaction was a block of 1200 shares at 55f and 54$, an extreme loss of lj. The price soon fell to 54. United States Steel preferred lost lj. Washington, Sept. 27.—Tariff definitions were political. Little question that biggest task before parties is to announce where they is by in ly ed THE First National Bank OF ROUNDUP, MONTANA CAPITAL and SURPLUS $ 30,000 "The Busy Bank of the Musselshell Valley" OFFICERS A. A. MORRIS, President M. M. KLEIN, Vice President H. P. LAMBERT, Cashier Drafts sold on nil principal cities of.the world WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS will take stand. Republicans must declare on tariff and Democrats must assert what revenue measure will consist of. Brisk discussion to result. New York, Sept. 27.—Two thous and custom tailors are on strike to day in an effort to force their em ployees to renew a wage agreement which expired September 19. Many more of the 9000 organized garment makers are expected to join strike movement. London, Sept. 27.—A news dis patch from Paris today that Italy has issued an ultimatum that Tur key must agree to an Italian occu pation of Tripoli, and that unless a reply is received by tomorrow Italy will immediately proceed with the threatened occupation. San Francisco, Sept. 27.—Rolp is elected mayor of San Francisco by enormous plurality. Republican and democratic parties swamp McCarthy, Labor Union candidate. Vote is heaviest east in history of California. Fate of other aspirants in doubt except in half dozen cases where there was no serious contest. New York, Sept. 27.—A wild rush sent up prices in the stock market today. The effect of the United States Steel Co.'s announcement that it would not dissolve voluntari ly was electrical. Trading in Unit ed States Steel stocks was on an unprecedented scale. The opening transaction was a block of 3000 shares at 594 at 62, a maximum of 5i increase. Emigrants Gap, Cal., Sept. 27. — Robert G. Fowler was prevented from continuing his transcontinental flight today by a strong wind blow ing across the summit of the Sier ras which he must cross on the next stage of his journey. He waited until 6:30 p. m. but discouraging telegraph reports from Summit led him to abandon the flight tempor arily, hoping to start later in the day. He says he has a good start ing place but it is practically the only smooth ground between Blue Canyon and Summit and if he does not succeed in passing the moun tain range in a single flight he will be wrecketl. London, Sept. 27.—The court to day granted the application of the District Railway Co., the ground landlord of the Earl's Court, for an injunction against the lessees of the building to stop the proposed Johnson-Wells fight subject to dam ages if the decision is not reversed. Goodbye ToThe Sun. A queer fact it is that the earth is getting heavier evety year, and lienee it is gaining in gravity so that we are being attracted stronger toward the sun. But here is a queer thing. At the same time, the cen trifugal force hurling us away from the sun gets much greater so we are gradually leaving the sun behind us Before you take the final farewell of the welcome orb. -get acquainted with golden grain belt beers, abso lutely the best that money and brains can brew. Get your supply from M. M. Klein, Roundup. Don't forget that day" is Booster's Day every Satur the day to write your friends boosting Mont ana. The Cozy Cafe WILSON A WILSON, Proprietors The most popular eat ing place In the city Where Everybody Eats Next to The Record Office 0NEY INVESTED IN A HOME Brings You Real Rewards |_ That Cannot be Measured Alone in Dollars and Cents There's satisfaction in knowing you have Home when possibly all other investments fail—It gives you a feeling of security and demands the recognition of your fellow townsman because by building, Yon Show Your Faith in the Future of the Community. We have supplied the lumber for the homes of your friends who are now on the road to success and We Want to Talk to YOU Montana Lumber Co. The Big Red Shed ' for MEALS LIKE MOTHER USED TO MAkE GO TO MDl The St. Paul Dining Room Mrs. Theo. Schmitz, Prop. Meal Tickets 21 Meals for $5.50 OPPOSITE C. M. & St. P. DEPOT. ROUNDUP, MOISIT If it Happened its in Th e Reco rd THE ONLY ROAD OPERATING All Steel Trains Between the Pacific Northwest and Chicago Chicago, Milwaukee Ô Puget ound Ry. in connection with the Chicago, Milwaukee ù St. Paul R.v. All Steel Trains not only assure you of a smooth and comfortable trip, but most essential of all—SAFETY. "THE OLYMPIAN" This solid through train, a "Palace on Wheels," has all the com forts and conveniences of any other train, and some pleasing features which no other train has. ANOTHER ALL-STEEL TRAIN "THE COLUMBIAN" Carries standard drawing room cars, tourist car and coaches. Both trains completely electric lighted and carry a through (lining car in which the service and cuisine is superb. Oil burning locomotives through the mountains. For further information about tickets, reservations, schedules, excursion fares, etc., call on or address C. K. CLARKE, TICKET AGENT "The New Steel Trail.*' Roundup, Mont. Announcement ! T HE Musselshell Bakery is now open and doing business. It is turning out a high grade of bakery goods and is confident that a trial order will mean that you will become a steady patron. MUSSELSHELL BAKERY Ifift.