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THE PIANOLA The Planola is on exhibition at our store, No. 119 North Main street, and visitors are always welcome. The merely curious as well as In tending purchases are cordial y in vitod to call and exatilne and hear this wonderful Instrument play the piano. Sold on small monthly payments when so desired. MONTANA MUSIC CO.. 119 N. Main St. BLANK BOOKS OFFIC[ SUPPLIES Big eut on all Fancy Goods and Picture Frames Montana Book(Co. W. H. KLEIN, Manager 200 N. Main St., Butte, 'Phone 204 Books Cheap A lig line of standard books In cloth bind1in , This Week 25C Each Plank Books for all lines if hust neys. Autonmatic Inkstanas, 35c each anl upwards. Ty i'wrltlng I'apers and Supplies DIMieograph Suppiles. 1iriiies and JournIls. lee HSattc at cost. EVANS' BOOK STORE 114 N. flain St. A New Era The solid cabinet the is obsolete. The sectional filing Kabnet has suc ceeded. The Itockwell-Wabash sectional bookcases and filing cab inets have the lead. More capac ity in less space; better made. We'd like for you to come look at this sectional system. It saves room, extra help and time. CALKINS' OOK STORE Heat Your Curling Irons Over your gas jet. You can't do it with any other light service. Boil water over your gas jet, to use your face brush before retirinn, and you can't do that wlh any other light service, Gas Office 2o0 N, Mala St. Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Through line from Denver to Kansas City, St. Joseph, Atchison, Chieiot, Galveston, City of Mexico and mining camps of New Me:.ico and Arizona. For tickets and freight rates, apply to agent Oregon Short Line, or Rio Urande Western, Butte, Monk Or write, C. r. WARREN, General Agent, Salt Lake City, Utah STAN & NEWTON GOXPANY BUT OUT J. B omiNZXIxZ. ERECT COLD STORAGE PLANT Packing Houses to Be Established ip the Bitter Boot Valley-Business to Be Conducted in Conjunc tion With Spokane. A deal was completed in this city yes terday by which the commission busi ness of J. E. Oppenheimer passed to the ownership of the Ryan & Newton com pany of Spokane. The sale was consummated through T. F. Ityan and L. M. Davenport, presi dent and vice-presdent of the Ryan & Newton company, who came here sev eral days ago with that object to View. The business is the most extensive of its class in the state, but notwithstand ing this fact the new purchasers have in contemplation several additions to it, one of which is the erection of it cold storage plant similar to the one they have in Spokane. They intend to also establish packing houses in the Hitter Root valley and at tempt to handle the crop of apples which the orchards of the valley produce each year. It is estimated that the apple yield of the valley is between 300 and 500 carloads. Would Tempt Adam. The allegation is made that during; the last year ot two apple growers of thie valley hale experienlced some trouble in disposing of the product of their or chards hecrause of the absenie of inak ers and shippers, but all of the apples that found their way Into Hulte were readily solt at a good price. as they shine, in loint of la tor, as far over many of the Eastern brands as does an American beauty ruse over a dandlilon or sunflower. The majority of the iellflowel apples shipped into ihut t' front Eastern points are .ttiongly itnliregnated with cellar dump which kills theii real Iltivir of thlii fruit, Mr. Rtyan says he Intends to give his personal attontion to the packing of the Hitter Root product: that he knows the needs of Eastern markets, and that when the Wemtern product is carifuly packed it outsells ttt' Eastern itiple in tlhe lutter's stronghold. Large Consumption. :ante of the orchards ill tht" 11itler Root are very large, one alone hat lug C17,0ii trees uthicli it III shortly eigitc t: ling till to average of four boxes of apples per tree, Between mine 20 iii t'totet 19 of last year 42:1J3,5 boxes of fruit were itnstmi ttit 1n tihe state, which 1:4 about tern boxes for eathinhabitant. As to the intentions of 'lr. Clppen liimer, he has other busitiss ntierests rehititti hi t attention and will devote his Unin- to thlem. NIGHT SCHOOL ASSURED. School of Mines Will Open Three or Four Classes. 'liT. t stabilishment of it night Htchool at the Hehool of Hnlltns is an ausured fact. Presilent Leonard has rei ivedl 21 atpplientions from lpersons who dtwirtr to attend the l chool, tud three or four lasses will be opened. 'These till Ie In chtemistry, mathematics and mntheratlogy atud probably mining. PElch course will he taught two ;w n inga every we nk. Also two oorases will he taught in one eveinlg, cutl Phat ilakes It possible for students to take four Studiesu, ao far as time Is conternld. 'h'll(n mltter of how the classas will be apporltietid to tIlt- tariaotus professors of tlth School has not been decided yet. 'IlTe hotts will be between 7:34l and 9:30 probably, but that has not been d' elded. February 3 Is the flat day of the secoan somester, and an effoit will be made t, open the classes on that dute. The only cost to pupils will be the registration fee of $;. Not many books will he rt ullIred. The tuition will be chiefly in the form of lectures. The professors who will teach the dif ferent classes are as follows: Chemistry, Prof. King: mathemati s, Prealdent Leonard: mineralogy, Prof. WinohIll; mining, Prof. Knight; mechanics, ProX. BoIomaD. HOTEL ARRIVALS. At the Butte--Hloyt Sherman, Salt Lake; S. M. Gieenbaum, (hleago; 1). A. McDonald and wile, Rochester'; J. A. Murphy, 11 'li4'na; E. J. Kelly, ' lenton; W. 11. Torrance, New York; A. It. ( ugh ton, I'hieago: W. I'. McMillan, Iuothi neau; F. P. Minnaugh, F. Mortarity, New York; ('. II. Gammell, John Maloney, Sheridan: W. M. Fergus, Whitehall; A. F. Lungeway, Great Falls; Ilenry L. Sherlock, BIoulder; it. G. Lynch, HIunter'' lint E:wrings. At the F1lten-i". SI inhart, Mi 1au ke': W. 1. Jencks, St. Louis; George Frankfort, Jtrank 1). Fowler, lielena; A. 0. Taylor, St. Paul; W. 11. ''agg, Alil ancte; Cteorge E. Hopkins, St. Louis; W. S. Durkee, New York; J. 11. Murphy and wife, iould -; Geo. A. Taylor, I'hotolati I'et' Marron and wife, Deer Louige; M. Warren, ý'ttn Franetsco; 1. Il. Il1tul. St. Paul; Frank Mott, Billings; M. :1. Jot ter, Helena; 1. MiPherson, Great Fulls: F. WV'. (. Whyte, Anaconda; ( eorg.' N1. hIte-h, Ilug 'I'imteu': Sam A. Garber, Des Mulones, Iowa: F. L. Itogers, Spokane; I. 11, DeWesse, Kansas (1lly; II. J. Matthatti, SI. Paul; B. it. llist, Ana eonda; George A. ('ook, 31issoula; W. (1. Tlaney, Salt Lake. At the Thornton-- William M. Kitrkpat rick, Loomis, Wash.; 11. F. HIutchens, St. Louis; Ike Royer, Helena; J. (1. hall, Itig Timber: WV. 1. Woodsworth, St. Louis: Hen MacDonald, tridger; S, I. Bonne, Milwankee; S. Lyons, Leo Bruck, New York; Itobert Grant, Utah; John W. Lloyd, Chicago; J. S. Howell, 'Frisco; A. J. Sayer, E. A. flarverstle, St. Paul; James S. Smith, Pittsburg. Piscatorial Perplexity. (Ohio State Journal.) "This is tough luck," said Ham, mournfully, as he leaned out over the sIle of the ark. 'What's wrong now?" querled Shem. "Why. all this water to fish in," re plied 11am, "and only two fishin' worms on board." .8 NPt EON Vit WOIDN A PREL. N WraEs IN TKU UUDMCIAL SCALD. PROOF OF GUILT LACKING Notion to Dismiss the Charge of 3es oeiving Stolen Property Sus tained by the JTs tice. Gordon & Perelson were tried in Jus' tice Oleson's court at South Butte yesl terday on a charge of receiving stoles property, but were not "cinched." The defendants arc dealers in junk! that is, they conduct a place where per= sons having auntething to sell caln usti ally sell It at a price that will enable the dealers to sell the article or articles to someone else and make a profit. John Farrell, Janes Murphy and Jerry Rourke, comprising the rirm of John Farrell & ('o., were the Iontplainlnts in the case. On January 4 their place of busIness was looted by thieves. A few days later some of the articles taken were found at the Montana Iron Works. The owners of the works said they had bought Ihem frot ('orlon & Perelson and the latter were arrested on a charge of releiving stolen prp1erty, kniowing It to have been stolen. Guilt Not Established. The testimnony addutend lt Ilhe trial showed pltinly that a tinlt. had bern conimltted, but the techtincal points be hind which defendants In ni arty all cr;:nInal caves tiro permitted to take' refuge prevented the proll1cution front estallishing the identity of the guilty Therefore it motion to dismlss, made by the attorney for the difenda tnts after the state had submitted iti side, was sus ittned by the justice. Attorney J. J1. Lynch, who re presented1 t111 11ate, tconslelted to the disinissal, lot in doing so stated that If all the fucts had been brought out the case would have ((ssitu rild a different co(m) plcxion and the stale would not have ctinslntltd to a 4ilsmissal. WILL NOT CUT RATES GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANIES ARRIVE AT UNDERSTANDING. ABSORPTION RUMOR DENIED Manager Feurtado Denies Story of Amalgamation of Two Concerns Stock Owned by New York Capitalist. T'he're Is nothing in the rumor that1 the ( Mus ( anpan1y hi4s blen I:1h.lolred by Electr'i light 'lanp1 uy," said It. T. Feur4tado to an Ilt( I" MonU4italUi reporter t4i4s morning. "T1herec Is a periodhb :l stor~y that f .un called upon to deny every tittle i 4ran0s 'r tif the slock of this co upuaay takes pillce1. "'T'ilt re Is a iusoinss lunlerstalding b) tw%'een the Electric LIght' clnolpany and ours, that VIIe shall not cut rates and enter Into the sain4' v olent comlpelition wIth each other that I we have heretofore. Yes, that is a recent agreement and it Is shiply in the nature of an ulde'rstand ing for mutual be)'llit. New York in Control. "A short time ago anmost the entire stIck of this company 1was purchased by E. L. Miller of New Ysrk 'Ity, he practically controls the stock, In fact he owns all but 2(1 shares, whiilch are owned by Mr. 5. H. Leyson of this 'ity. Last November we made a transfer of the stock and we had to deny a similar report concerning the amalgamation of the two companies. "No, there is absolutely no foundation for the story beyond the understanding wlhich exists on purelf' business prin ciple 1." A NIGHT WI' BURNS. Grand Concert and Ball at Auditorium This Friday Evening. The finest talent in Butte will appear, including Mrs. Fitz Rutter, T)tvid C. Mtlather, the Mae'Pail Family, Hilv'er How di*e' (,lub, 1). Mrcri'egor, Aggle ac1nd Itoy .Mciregor, Mr. Mully, Mr. Payne, Mr. Mattlock, Mr. and Mrs. FloIwler. 'Tickets $1, children half pri4e'. lilln't forget Friday evening, .January 24. * The Villain Still Pursued. 4 Was thet1 'nything melodranatle in the play?' "Well, yes; the leading tIly's gowns w4ere stunning and the acting 1a4s ter" fectly killing." Rtheuniulis m The linimienthottle and flannel strip are fam iliar objects in nearly every household. ThIies 1\ are the weapons that have been used for gene rations to fight old Rheumatism, and are about as effective in the battle with this giant disease as the blunderbuss of our forefathers would be in modern warfare. Rheumatism is caused by an achi, sour condition of the blood. It is filled with Acrid, irritating matter that settles in the joints, muscles and nerves, and liniments and oils nor anything else applied externally can dislodge these gritty, corroding particles. They were deposited there by the blood and can be reached only through the blood. Rubbing with liniments sometimes relieves temporarily the aches and pains, but these are only syiuptonms; the real disease lies deeper. The blood and system are infected. Rheumatism cannot he radically and permanently cured until the blood has been purilled, and no remedy does this so thoroughly and promptly as S. S. S. It neutralizes the acids and sends a stream of rich, strong blood to the affected parts, which dissolves and washes out all foreign ma terials, and the sufferer obtains happy relief from the torturing pains. S. S. S. contains no potash or other mineral, is a perfect vegetable blood purifier and most exhilarating tonic. It relieves pain and builds up the exhausted vital forces at the same time. Our physicians will advise, without charge, all who write about their case, and we will send free our special book on Rheumatism and its treatment. THF 9WlU? SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga. LOV['SOTfIRLOST kOTEL CLEUE W3SS3 COAT, C0G. ARETTES AND BILLET-DOUx MANUSCRIPT WILL STAND COLD *tivering Vagrant Augments His Wardrobe and Prepares for the Storm-Description of P ?property. denme time between I and 2 o'dock this Inineting a shivering vagrattt stood at thi cornt'r of Main and triadway scrut hitning the big thermometer, on which thii' index was slowly but steady drop pin,} heinw the zero mark, and then de Ii erately walked down to the linlent h tlot and stole Illtiy Lotve's overcoat. 4taly is the facetious day clerk at tilt hostelry and is sticking very close l.y to husiness today, in fatt he himasn't tIme to run ov'r to Frank ilnrtzelt at thi. Iutte ittil tell him how it hiappened. ilay Mister Intet Mountain," ttil he lhii morning, "I'd like to put an ad vrtisenment In your paper; you see, somo.' filitw stole 13y overcoat this morning ant in the poikett were a pnckage of c(l.airettes, my gIrl's pleture and a hiunch of ioters. Now. if you catp ctmuuniitii te with AI;. Alan-with-the-slil'in-mverriat uand till himt that he ,nl wear thlii cout, umtike th," cig~urettes ad event 111451 the 100111 in his hat. I will thank himt to lond hIr k (hat itunth of litters." Of Ardent Couching. Btut, perihatps, MI'. Love, ther'' is Illrn. i i alsm in t the l 0t u tiel, ht r vin y is still dtropping", anI~t It trav'ing 111.11 who heard the eonlvers;l~lonl. ..Never mind attout thi watij Ith," sthil 1 ly, thlete's It wttoli lit or % nitha nut In H' r' fill that f'llow it' h' dle~sn't send 1-. k those lette"rs." I'retty cold out today,. stil titi d i litn r itii n' t niti i t i IItiut ," sli t the e' Ik 111111 I tille fceling, "111 1111, Itru t',1' e l born unioow at sill Inday."' \Wanuwhile the man~ %%it11 the 01111m u, r 1111 and lith' 0111m dleers and ill' Ill tur' and tilt elgaretlta isn't 1111.01 It Iiiuch attthenton to the watheut as ihi dil yesterday. .11r. Lott. gave thl' fotle"lowig d Mrip tant of Ituw proper11ty: twaut l'itelw~n'1, hoary, I'Igitittes -'lI'l llor-nmuii, light. c 'i14 1 '. l, blond', kind. inni, and g vale in uppeaoranec. I.,tt'r:; -Afteeth1nate, wtritten on rioted 11.411., will1 not Muffer' from 1111( iII anyu FIGHT FOR SALOON STROMBERG-ITULLINS COMPANY SUES TO RECOVER IT. WANT MONEY ON PROPERTY Say W. R. Hawkins and F. McAuliff Took Wrong Possession of It Taken Into Sheriff's Hands This Morning. The Strainherg-M ol ins cnmipt(1y has1 brnIght tilt in hth district court to r " color pottsessionl of the pisoNnal prop, erly, hat lixtures and stick Of the ('aun 01d qtuloon on i'ark 1tnii Arizona ,eil'' s, friin F. MIcAuliff and W. It. iiawkirns, or in cake tilt pr operty ca(nnot het re turoed, to litc ver the Hiuni of $25011 and $'I damlages. I'adle 11h" authority of a writ of clainm au I delt very tilt' sheriff took iouss.ssilon of till' suloon this niorning in till' ilterent of the Strmrnberg-Mullins company. Took Forcible Possession. The complaint t"ays that the defendants 'seized the 4ul.:on yesterday wrlioully, tad still retain possession of it. The attorn'ys who flied the stilt ar' iaris ilinnard and John N. Kirk. It als stated by a representative of the Fit oinberg-Mullins company - that the t11tu put McAuliff and Hawkins in charge of the saloon some tiie ago, vi th the ulntIrstanding that tilt' litt'er sholid have an Option to buy it if it suited then. TV Iy were to make tr±rtain payments to blti the deal. Thely tailed to make the payments, the Se itresenltaltiv' of the plaintifY lays, antd thill Ieeks ago they were asked to glyt the plate !tack to the plaintiffs. This th'y did, and the plaintiff ran the tfallm u0 til yesterday. Yesterday the dll tniants i 1 ptur(ft the saloonl, tithing It out of the ?lands of the Jarkt-tper by force. SIWHTfRANKMMUC STORY OF THU KILLING O A WELL-ENOWN NUTTE MAN. WEST CHARGED WITH MURDER Case Is in Progress in District Court of Grand Porks, North Dakotii West Says He Shot in Self-Defense. At (ratu4 F"ork', N. U. WV, F. WIN)t Is on trial for the murde'r of his former friend, Frank W. March, a l4utte real dent and In the old dny4 at 1'n111 time Clerk of the Hutte hotel, W'eit and M4it-(h nor(' both traveling isaleanton, .Mar:'h travo-ling for till. North litar $hue ('41 ipalty of 31inioniit 4s. 1\'~l4t had left the rail and 4 e4r1IC n 11 (IIor1e (1, Wright of tot. 1'14t11, 44o11' hoot I1) g.' real ('51(11 Inte'rests In (iran1d Prt(ks. March marrid t 144 years (' nilt 1 Milli h14t wife and 4a)y Iiiid in liral1d 1"k4'14, ((tert' 41 frielttl4hi1 14prunIg li Itt, 4 ((1 1 \\'51 t an the Marrch famly. March wa1 i1 t141(414, 4% 4ll-thunt1t Ivan, 11.n1 41h 4te In t -((t y 4 11'44' 1((1, ha'v. 14nt hlayed beeh(all fur smile ykitr'4. West war, 51411 lltrt . 44401 't(i("in (y 11it1111-,". 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The 3414 441 1 bII . 4r41 44111 11,111 4o o 11 a 4I t4n4) 444441 p4urpos4414 I1) 1 11l of \44t4, wa4 url(l''Iy 444e 4 f 1' 1'l-d' 'f4 14'. , 144414 fll4 t1 '4I f144' 4a4 W4ol 44441 144440 in Ju44144 It, (44441 In fill- 414)1141 of 4144 11(14'.', with hl:; nI. 444' . 1V"1 44444.1I444 4)l x,141,.11 1444' f 1 4i1. Marked Down. 'Itul why" skeol fit( prsi~sl l' t of thc' country whý rcflee. wo ruled, ti you h iy that.. auth a hip?" "It was such I ;I argliin," rsepiled the scoretary If the navy. "(If course, the engtines don't aural viery we" 11, lull It looks as fint as anty ofa the ethers, and only lost hull' a: 11100h." F'IftS'T METi:I'NGi OFP (itl ) III'(iltS.. III thec Ildi ct t' ('ourtI if tin' (Mated States, Olstrlc' of Mtritna: In that' matter of J. M. P'rothilch, bank rupt: Notive is hereby given that on the 14th day of Jauttary, A. 1). 190), the said .. Al. Froehilh ad duty adjudtr'd bank rupt, and that the hitst meeting of 'trid Itors auill ie held at tht court of banit ruptiy, No. 49 West ti Park strttet, Hutto, Montana, on thii 27th day of a.anuary, A. I). 1902, at 2 o'ctitc'k p. It., at w'htc'h time the creditors may appear, prote their alaims, elect at tatuste', exarntua the bank rupt and transact such other business as may prupettly ruinte beftoe the meeting. 'ftIi MPSON CA MP Ih'tELL, Itifotae in Bankruptcy. Dub0k Ja;.nual y 18, 1909. No work done at Madame La Belle's office this week on account of sickness of her son with pneumonia. At a loss what to do. "I 1411 fr from henduvhen. "My a yebali*4 thrub. "At night, through clto'd Ills, "I Itrr red flashru. "My turnntn Iluve-r$ ore duller]. Slour lowi in t :n In Ilfnt. I ummntatg I u it I n mn v ht t e. "l>rtagM are of no nunll. "1I t at .t 11 l hat it t oi . My Friend, You Need ilasses..... I t nu 1i t your eyt t , reit i ve the t -Mt ruin fron t whUith you ttuffer, I I re o ve ti ftuna iidamenttl cause of ial youl. 111. LEY S The Jeweler Owsley Block, Butte, Mont WVALI New spring patterns of P WIIl paper are com ing in already. We A sell Wall Paper, and P we paper for you rooms, halls, houses. (i ( t our bid oJn anly size job. Prices right. R Skilled workmen. CARDER WALL PAPER CO. C. V. I ranzman, Prop. King Block, 115 W. Park Sutton's Broadway Theater Commencing Sunday, Jan. 26, With Thursday Matinee SDaysofArt5 $io,ooo Display Buffalo Exposition filcKinley's Funeral Nigh Class Vaudeville la Connection Prices Reduced to 5oc SUTTON'S FAMILY THEATER (.ne' (entir1 wI' eLk, com9 - acing Sunday Matipee, January 26 The Famous Original and Only Alvin Joslin ":'ho- pil y Ihat him made mallionsi laugh. Jull of ,fno Iy, hnHat~ionr, reaIllin, b&'au tiful :'' j"U ry, Hac ve NpeciultinN. . 180 1 8lEuNh In 180 miniutis. No Raise in Prices Promptness, Reasonable Prices 'Ihos~ Iwo points halve bccn Int* porltant Ifa("ors in our prescriptiont t1)1NiI44nl41 (t clurs'H , II 1(11$ Ialays bea n knoiwn of this l tars 1111hat only fr' h drugs of put.. sIlI"ngth all used, and that r/)stitution is not toll rated. ' esides n Iedcliues Wt (1a'ry 1all kttdt of appliances for till Sidk, whenwlhr to b( 118(d by patient, phlysidan, or nuts(. Many ((l krail cn rveniecw s, Onr Latest Addition Is a mmtpletf" low of eturgloea knI Strmwn.11s. TIh( newestan mul ost : pprovi-4 and b(;+t make. W('d ho pleased l.) ha a" ((very phy$idantl int Novl). this entire in("% stock of sur gl('a l in trumecnts. CHRISTIE & LEYS 12 N. Main St. BUTTE F'IRS'T M 11E''TING OF Ctri'EITORSi. In the District c'oullt (If the United Stutes, DIistrirt of .110ntanalt: In thl" mallet' or Jacob H-. Jackson, blanklrut~l: Notlee Is hereby given that o11 the 12th day of August, A. 1). 1901, the (alat Jarl II i. Jackson was (lIy adjudged bankrupt, and that the f1irt mIeeting of 'ctltiorI will hi' held at the court (IT bankruptly, No. 411 Woet Park Street, tuIt II, MionLtanla, on tlie :slt day of Jan uary, A, 1). 11102, at 2 o'clock p. In., at which time the creditors may appeal', I lt a he 'ir claims, elect a trutitee, exanm Ine the bankrult and transaet such other business as mtay properly colme before the meeting. THOMPSON CAMPTIM2., lIeferee in Bankruptcy. hated January 22, 1903.