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THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KALISPBLL
D. n. PEELKn, Pres., F. J. LKUKKT, V. Pres.. It. E. WEDSTKU, Cash., W. D. I.AW80N, A. Ch
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States ina Europe, Hong Kong and Manila. Collections wade on favorable terms.
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w?!i!i,5.P'ViBgJ;8t.''0U'',.)VM)ert0,n,l,ll,'Sft Kranclnco and various t.ont In Oregon,
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UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK
OF PORTLAND, OREGON.
J. C. A1NSW0IITH, President. W. 11. AYEH, Vice-President. K. W. 8CIIMKKH, Cashier
A. M WIII011T, Assistant Cashier,
si. i TMn'"eKpral banking business. Drafts Issued, availablo In all cities of tho Uullod
states and I.uro,llung Kong and .Manila. Collections mado on favorable tonus.
NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND OAK STREET.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK of NorthYaklmm, Wash.
Ommltal mnd Surnlum 9130,000 OO
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Nulla Walla, Washington. (First National Hank In tho Stato.)
Transacts a General Banking Business.
CAl'lTAI. IIOO.OOJ. BUltPLUH I00,U00.
IJ5V1 ANKENY. President. A. It. ItF.VNOI.DS. Vlco President. A. It. DUIIKOIID, Cashier
JOHN 1). ItVAN, Pre. D.J. HKNNEHHEV, Vlco Pres. JOHN (I. MOKONV, Cashier
K. J. 1I0W MAN, Asst. Cashier. MAltK 8KINNEK, Ast, Cashier.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS, MONTANA
Capital, $200,000. UNITCD STATCS DCPOSITAHY Deposits St, 200,000
ASSOCIATE HANK'fl! Daly Dank A Trust Co., llutlo, Ualy Hank A Trust Co., Anaconda
THE NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
Capital $200,000 Surplum $300,000
orKICKItS Chottnr Thome, Prislduut Arthur Albortson, Vlco President and Cashlor"
Frcdvrlok A. Itlce. Assistant Cashier; Dclbort A Young, Assistant Cashier.
JNO. AIN.HWOItTII. I'rcs. JNO. 8. IIAKEIt, Vlro Pres. P C. KAUFK.MAN. Id Vlco Pros.
A. (1. PltlCHAItl), Cashier. V P. IIASKEI.I,, Jit., Assistant Cashlor.
THE FIDELITY TRUST COMPANY BANK
General Honking CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $390,000 Safe Deposit Vaults
SAVINGS DCI'ARTMCNTt Interest at tho ltato of a or cent ;er Annum, Credited Beml-Aunuallj
AI.KUKI) COOI.llllli:, Pres. A. F. McCLAINK Vlco Pres AAHON KUHN, Vice Pres.
CIIAK. E. BCltlllKlt. Cashier. I. C. WOODWARD, Asst. Cashier.
THE COLFAX NATIONAL BANK of Oolfmx Wash.
Transacts a general banking business. Special facilities for handling Kustorr
Washington nnil Mulio lems.
W, F. KF.TTKNUACH, Pres.
J, AI.KXANDEII, Vice Pres.
LEWISTON NATIONAL BANK
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits, $215,000.00
Capital recently Increased from iW.OOO to 1100,000 Surplus Increased from $V),000 to tlOO.000
DIltF.CIOKS-Jos. Alexander, O. C. Iliinnell. J, II. Morris, Grace K. Pfalllln. It. O. Ileach,
0. 11. Kesier. W F. Kettciibach, O. K. (Itiernscy, mn A l.lbert, Juo, W Ulvens, A FreldenrlcU,
Twcnly-two Years a National Dnnk. Oldest Bank In Lcwlston, Idaho.
Send Your Washington, Idaho and
Montana Business to the
OLD NATIONAL, BANK
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
JOHN I.AM1I, DAVID AiKKOAAltl),
Presldcut Vlco Presldvut
lntoront Pdlcl on
FIRST NATIONAL BANK of East Grand Forks, Minn.
Farm Loan a Negotiated. i'iro nnd Cyclone instiriuio) Written. Dood a
General Hanking IUihMuah.
Caidtal, t-V),ooo K. AltNKbON, Pre. (1 It, JACOlll Cashier
4 Pur Cont InturoMt RiiUI on 'I'liiio OupohIIh
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
BISMARK, NORTH DAKOTA
Emtmblluhmd In 1870. OapUml, $100,000. Inlmemml Paid on Tlmm Dapomlla
C. I1.I.ITTI.K. President. F. D. KKNDIUC'K, Vice President.
8. M. I'VK, tushler, J. I- lllvl.U Asst. Cashier.
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSAOTED.
THE JAMES RIVER NATIONAL BANK
Of JAMESTOWN, NORTH DAKOTA.
The Oldest and Largest Banking House in Central North Dakota
Collection made on all points in North Dakota. Foreign and domestic exchange bough
and sold. Telegraph transfers to all parts of America.
THE FIRST INATIOINAU BAINK
OP DUL.UTH, MINNESOTA.
CAPITAL, BOO.OOO SURPLUS 73H.OOO
U. S. Government Depoaltary.
La Grande National Bank liSgS
Oamltal smmf Surmlus, $120,000
DIRECTORS: J. M. Berry. A. II. Conley, F, J. Holmes, F. M. Ujrklt, F. L. Meyers. Geo. L
Cleaver, Geo. Palmer.
The Merchants National Bank
OF SAINT PAUL, MINNESOTA
Unltmd Simtmm Ompomltory
CAPITAL, ONE MILLION DOLLARS
Transact a teneral banklnc business. Dratts Issued, available In all cities of tb United
6tatet and Europe, Uoof Kong and Manila. Collections made on favorable terms.
OFFICERS-KENNETH CLARK, President; C. II. BIOELOW, Vice President; GEO. U
PRINCE, Vlw President; U. W. PARKER, Casbler; II. VAN VLECK, Assistant Cashier.
DIRKCTORS-Crawford Uvlnfstosv Kenoilh Clark, J. H. Skinner, Louis W. Hill, Geo, II
Prln, C II. BIelow, D. B. Noyes, V. M. Watklns, U P. Ortfsray, B. Killog, E. N. Saunders
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GEO. II. KK8TF.lt, Casblor
I.F.W A. IIUNTOON, AUTHUH II. COSTA1N,
Cahlor Ast Cashier
W. L, BTKIKWKO,
F. UUEVER8 GEO. L. CLEAVER W. L. MRENHOLT8
Cashier Asit. Cashier Asst. Cashier
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NEWS OF THE WEEK
In a Condensed Form lor
HAPPENINGS OF TWO CONTINENTS
A Resume of the Lots Important but
Not Less Interesting Events
of tho Past Week.
Kx-ProBldent Cleveland is ill ot Lis
homo nt Frlnceton.
An American warship is in every
harbor of Santo Dotr.lngo.
Two rcgltnonts of tho garrison at La
mara, Rueala, aro in revolt.
The now rate law, with the exception
of two provisions, is now in effect.
The United States will probably act
as peacemaker bctwten Guatemala and
Salvador, as both aro tiring of pro
Purine the session of congrcsB fuet
cloiod 3,:)03 laws woro enacted. Tho
house paecd 4,501 hills and .'102 weroa
loft umllBpsted of.
By ororor tho sundry civil law carries
an appropriation for a lighthouse nt
Swiftsure bank, at tho entrance to the
Straits of Fuca, Washington.
A warrant hna been issued ly Han
cock county, Ohio, against John D.
Rockefeller, charging him with violat
ing tho anti-trust law through tho
Standard Oil company.
Tho now star in our Hag for Okla
homa will not bo ofllclally added un
til July 1, 11107, as several things re
main to be tlono boforo the now stato is
actually admitted and changes in the
national ensign aro only mado at the
beginning of n fiscal year.
Tho battleship Nebraska made a
good showing In a trial spin at Seattle
Two bills fathered by Hermann fail
ed Ino receive the signature cf tho pres
ident. Another attempt will bo made this
summer to reach the north polo by
President Roosevelt is preparing to
spend a quiet vacation at Oyster Bay
Tho courage of Americans injured in
the Salisbury wreck was tho admiration
of the British.
Rebntors under conviction have (lied
bills of oxcoption in the United States
court at Kansas City.
The report of tho New York Life
Insurance trustees shows tho company
to bo in good condition.
The government ot tho United States
is the most economical on earth utcort'
ing to Representative Tawnoy.
Extravagant Republicans spend the
nation's Income to keop up the tariff
nail, eays Representative Llvineiton.
A committee of trustees of tho Penn
sylvania railroad says l.s officers nnd
employes should huvo no entangling
Hot weather is causing prostrations
and deaths in tho Kant.
Hearst eays Senator Bailey, of Texas,
is a lackey for Standard Oil.
A harvest crew near Hutchinson,
Kansas, struck to attend a ball game,
Tho battleship New Hampshire has
been successfully launched at Camden,
Court rumor eays the czar will how
to parliament and diesolve theGoremy
Five Oshkosh, Wisconsin, lumber
men indicted for Oregon land frauds
have been released.
It is claimed a number of Chinese
have been found in St. Louis who have
bogus certificates obtained by aid from
The management of the Harriman
linee has adopted steel as the material
to he used in the construction of all
passenger and freight cars.
Men repairing the electric line be
tween San Franrieco and Ban Mateo
have had to take out 12 feet of rails,
the shrinkage in the earth's surface be
ing due to the recent earthquake.
While running at a high speed an
express train jumped the track at Sails
burg, England, Twenty-seven people,
mostly Americans, lost their lives.
The train was carrying the passengers
of a New York liner.
President Elliott, of the Northern
Pacific, Is said to have resigned.
The president has signed the railroad
rate, naturalization and lock canal
A heat wave has swept the entire
East and a number of deaths are re
Reports of spreading disaffection in
the Russian army adds to the alarm at
DOINGS OF CONGRESS.
Saturday, Juno 30.
Washington, June 80. Promptly at
10 o'clock tonight, Vice President Fair
banks In tho senate and Spsnkor Can
non in tho Iioubd declared tho final ad
journment ot tho first session of tho
For the first time congress adjourned
on tho day which closed the fiscal year.
Other pesBlons had adjourned boforo
and soino after Juno 30, but tho Fifty
ninth congress ended Ub first session
on tho day when the government
Btritcea its balances and closes its books.
Tho work of the first session of the
Fifty-ninth congress is summed up as
Railroad rato bill passed.
Pure food bill passed and moat in
spection agreed upon.
Stricter naturalization laws passed.
Law providing Immunity for wit
nesses In government inquiries passed.
Denaturlzud alcohol bill removing in
ternal revenue tax passed.
Lock type settled upon (or Panama
Consular servico remodeled and re
Total of nearly 1000,000,000 appro
priated for various purposoe.
"Largest battleship a float" author
ized, but naval Increases recolvo set
back. Annual appropriation for state mili
tia doubled; to 1)9 $2,000,000 hereafter.
BUI to preserve Niagara Falls passed.
Philippine tariff revised.
Employers' liability law passed.
Appropriation of H,!J25,000 for
Jamestown exposition granted.
Appropriations of $2,600,000 for re
Hot of San Francisco firo sufferers
Private pension bills in( usual num
Friday, Juno 20.
Washington, Juno 21). "Wo'ro go
ing homo; we're going hoinu tomor
row," wait on the minds of tho mem
bers of tho houso today when thoy
assembled for the last day's work pre
vious to adjournment. Conferonco ro
ports wore considered throughout the
day. Tho final report on tho agricul
tural appropriation hill, containing
the moat inspection provision, was
adopted, tho senate eventually agreeing
that tho government should pay tho
cost of Inspection.
Other matters of vital moment woro
the agreement to tho conference report
oo the puro food bill, the Ohio and
Lake Erie ship canal and naturalization
Both homes of congress tonight
adopted the conference report' on tho
sundry civil appropriation bill and that
measure now goes to the president for
signaturo. Halo prosontod tho report
In the senate Tho total amount
carried in tho hill as agreed to is $U8,
257,181. The eunato receded on the amend
ment providing for a steol light vessel
at Swiftsure bank, at tho entrance to
tho Straits of Juan do Fuca, Washing
ton. The Jamestown exposition appropria
tion stays in the bill as arranged by
Tho appropriation of 13,000,000 for
tho building for tho department of
State, Justice and Commerce and Labor
whs stricken out, that belnp provided
for in tho public building bill.
Thursday, dune 28.
Washlngtno, June 28. The senate
consumed the greater part of the day
discussing the public building bill.
Efforts by several senators to securo in
creases for public buildings in cities
and towiiH of their respective states
wero In no instance successful. For
San Juan Porto Rico, Senator Foraker
secured an advance from $200,000 to
300,000. In reporting the bill, Sen
ator Scott, chairman ol the committee
on public buildings and grounds, re
ferred to it aB "the pork 'mrrel."
The agricultural bill reappeared in a
partial conference report. The report
was complete, except with reference to
the meat inspection provision, and on
that another conference was ordered.
There was somo desultory discussion
of the conference report on the pure-
food bill, but Its disposition was post
poned until tomorrow
Washington, June 28. The house
worked under force I draft today and
accomplished an immense amount of
business preparatory to adjournment
at the week's end. Conference reports
on a number of measures were adopted
without debate, but it required special
rules in other properties to effect con
sideration and adoption of some im
portant conference agreements.
Interests centered about the confer
ence reports on the railroad ra.e bill
and the agricultural appropriation bill.
Both were considered and adopted un
der a blanket rule permitting the con
sideration of conference reports without
being printed in the Record.
Nominations Not Confirmed.
Washington, June 30. Nominations
made by the president which the senate
failed to confirm included:
Judge of the District court for Alaska
United States District attorney
William V, Bristol, Oregon.
Isthmian canal commissioners The
odore P. Shonti, chairman; Charles F.
Magoon, Benjamin M. Harrod, Colonel
Oswald H. Ernst. General Peter O.
Haines, Mordecal T. Endicott and Jo
seph B. Bishop.
WAS SAFE AND SANE
Fourth ol July Claims Thirty
Three As Its Toll.
OVER ONE THOUSAND ACCIDENTS
Death and Accldont List of Country
But Llttio Behind Flguros for
July 4, IOOD.
Chicago, July 5. Chicago and the
nation paid dearly yesterday for tho
Fourth of July celobratton. Whilo in
somo respects tho day In Chicago vas
quieter than usual, tho deaths directly
attributable to the use of explosives
number two, Including ono of a few
days ago, nnd the injuries mount up
to nearly 100. At midnight tho Chi
cago list of maimed and hurt contained
80 names, and tho reports aro still com
Throughout tho country the samo
story was told. Independence day
seemed to ho less boisterous, but when
tho final recapltualtion was mado tho
total of fatalities and seriously Injured
was largo. Thoro woro 31 deaths ro
potted nt midnight from outsldo cities
and towns, with New York nnd other
largo municipalities holding back re
turns. tOno year ago Chicago showed
no (loathe nnd lift injured, nnd tho
country nt largo 40 dead nnd 2,G06 in
jured. Tho Fourth of 11)00, thon, promises to
run up almost na many deaths, with
tho list of hurt eo Incomplete that only
an estimate can bo made. Tho outlook
Is that in minor cnsualltloa this year
will not bo far behind last.
Cannon crackors, stray bullets and
exploding torpedo canes wero responsi
ble for tho majority of injuries in Chi
cago. Following closely in their wake
In numbers, nnd with even moro seri
ous Jesuits for their victims, came tho
toy j)istol, the toy cannon and the re
volver. PLAYING AT FROWN-UPS.
Tolstoi Expresses Great Disgust for
Yazenya, Polanla, July 5. Count
Leo Tolstoi, in tho course of an inter
view today, said tho Russian parlia
ment interested him vory llttio.
"It seems to me," Count Tolstoi
fsald, "as If they wero playing at
grown-ups. Tho proceedings show
nothing new, nothing original, nothing
Interesting. Everything has been said
hundreds of times boforo. Our parlia
ment reminds mo of fashions In the
provinces. Hats and gowns out of date
In tho cities aro sent to tho interior,
where they aro eagerly worn under the
Impression that they are tho latest
"It irrltntos me to seo so-called re
presentatives of tho people, who are
really below the very cIunkcs whom
thev are euppored to repreront, ncstiine
the tank of solving problems which wi'l
decldo the fato of HO.OOO.OOO human
bolngs. The Irrelevancy of the argu
ments of the members and their blind
self assurance and intolerance disgust
Tells Neighbors at Oyster Bay About
Work of Past Year.
Oyster Bay, July 5. President
Rooeivelt spoke to a gathering of his
neighbors here today. Tho sentiments
ho expressod are summed upas follows:
When it becomes necessary to curb a
great corporation, curb It I will do
my best to help you. But I will do it
in no spirit of anger or hatred to the
men who own or control that corpora
tion; and If any seek in their turn to
do wrong to the men who own those
corporations, I will turn and fight for
them in Jefenso of their rights, just as
hard as I fight against them when I
think they are doing wrong.
If tho man is a decent man, whether
well off or not well off, stand by him;
if he 1b not a decent man, stand against
him, if he be rich or poor. Stand
against him in no spirit of vengeance,
hut only with the resolute purpose to
make him act as decent citizens must
act if this republic Is to be.
Casinos Are Dismantled,
West Baden Springs, Ind., July 5,
Officers representing the state today be
gan tearing out the gambling dens at
the rasinos of the West Baden and
French Lick Springs hotels. The para
phernalia filled two large freight cars
and will be taken to Paoll and placed
In the custody of the sheriff. The prop
erty confiscated Included 32 slot ma
chines, 10 roulette tables, four poker
tables, two faro tables, two Klondike
tables, two wheels, hook making appa
ratus, one keno outfit and several bush
els of chips, cards and dice,
Yellow Fever Appears In Cuba,
New Orleans, July 6. Reports that
yellow fever has appeared In Cuba
were made public Here today by tbe
state board of health.
RIOTS AT VLADIVOSTOK.
Battery of Artillery Captured and Cos
sacks Driven Off.
Tokio, July 0. Additional details
recolvod lioro of rlotlng.in Vladivostok
indlcato that to far tho loyal troops
hnvo boon unablo to gain control of tho
situation. Fighting Is going on on nil
sides, both in tho city nnd tho out
skirts. Especially eovoro fighting has
taken place in tlin neighborhood of tho
outlying harbor defenses, whore tho
rioters eucceoded In capturing n battery
of artillery. Tho gunnorn mado but
a scant show of resistance, it being
plain that they woro in sympathy with
A detachment of Cosiacka attempted
to recapturo the battery, but tho rebels
flrod heavy volleys of graposhot and
shrnpnel into tho attacking column nnd
forced It to retreat, with heavy loss.
At last accounts, tho rebola woro still
Wild tuoba havo burned tho govern
ment stores In tho heart of the city,
and hnvo secured possession of supplies
valued at a largo sum. Ono mob
stormed tho city prison in nn attempt
to rescuo a number of persons who had
been arrested, after looting tho mili
tary supply stntlon of n quauity of dy
namite. Sovero fighting, which lasted
Bovoral hours, followed, but tho prison
guard was finally successful in driving
nwnv tho nttacklng forces.
Information has been rocolvod'hcro
that all tho Russian troops on thn
Mnnchurian hordor are In a stato of
mutiny, and it la all their ofllrera can
do to keep them In reasonable subjec
tion. Revolutionary propaganda In
making headway among tho Russian
soldiers in Siberia, nnd it would not ho
surprising If nuws of a general revolt
thoro wero soon to bo received.
BAY CITY SALOONS OPEN.
Police Will Strictly Enforce tho
San Francisco, July 0, For the first
tlmo slnco April 18 the saloons wore
permitted to reopen yesterday.
Licenses had been granted to about
1)00 drinking places and all did a lush
ing business. To a largo number of
persons tho resumption of business at
the saloons appeared to be quite a nov
elty, and many wero on hand when the
barroom doors swung open. Nearly all
the resorts were crowded, but up to
noon no serious troublo had been re
ported. Extra pollcomon were dotalled for
duty in all the blocks containing sa
loons, It lu plannod to place nil men
arrested for Intoxication at work clean
ing away debris from sidewalks.
"All persons who show tho efforts of
intoxication aro to ho quickly gathered
In," said Chief of Police Dlnan today.
"Patrolmon havo been instructed to
rraintaln order. Up to noon today hut
few arrests have boon reported from
the sub stations, nnd hut ono or two
havo boon booked for drunkenness at
the main station. I do not expect that
wo shall havo much troublo In hand
ling tho situation."
BATTLING WITH CHOLERA.
Manila Bureau of Health Is Holding
Disease In Check.
Manila, July II. Tho cholera situa
tion has improved. Tho report at 11
o'clock last night Hhowed 10 new cases
hIiico midnight of July 4 and 10 deatliH.
Tho report for July 4 allows 28 caeea
and 10 deaths. Two Americans, Robert
1iinbertz and - Hart, aro dead, hut
to date only flvo Americans have been
seized with the disorder. Thus far
cholern has not appeared in tho Amer
ican section of tho city, The Ameri
cans who havo been stricken live In
the native suctions of Manila.
The bureau of health has refused to
permit tho sale of foodstuffs that may
liavo been liable to Infection. The
elforts of tho doctors engaged in corn-
hattlnir the disease show results in the
decrease In the number of new rases re
ported. Whilo the disease started in
stronger than tho great epidemic of
1M02, the authorities believe they have
the situation now under control,
For tho week ending July 4 there
were 110 cases and 1)0 deaths, For tho
24 hours ending at 8 o'clock on thn
morning of July 5 there were 12
and five deaths in the provinces,
Ticket in Kansas.
Topeka, Kan,, July 0, After an ex
tended wrangle of Bpeechrankiug, in
which more or Ises bitter feeling waa
displayed, the Populist state party del
egates yesterday voted to place a party
ticket in the field. Tho voto stood 04
to 08. After naming a portion of trio
Congressional committee, the Populist
State convention proceeded to the nom
ination of a state ticket. Horace Keef
er, ol Leavenworth, was named for gov
ernor by acclamation. J. A, Wright,
of Smith county, waa named for lieu
May Tie Up Black Sea Ports.
St. Petersburg, July 0. According
to information received here, the em
ployes of the Siberia, Southwestern and
Caucasslan railroads are ready to join
in a general strike, and the longshn'e
men of the Bleck sea ports are prej aral
to take part in the movements.
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