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PIANOLA The Planola is on exhibition at our store, No. 119 INorth Maln street, and visitors are always welcome. The merely curious as well as in tending purchases are cordial y In vitod to call and examine 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 OFFICE SUPPILIS Big eut on all Fancy Goods and Picture Frames Montana Book Co. W, H. KLEIN, Manager 209 N. Main St.,. Butte, 'Phone 294 Maps of Butte Showing AliMlnlng Claims Music Book Prices Cut to Pieses NORMAL ('O()RSE No. 1. only 10e; No. 2. only 25(. Should lbe In lifhand of echool children. C(loth lhiookls by pouular authors, only 25.. Correct Euchre System Tally Cards _-~---~-~-- 1~~----- ---- ----- ---- ---. Evpns' Book Store, 114 North Main CALKINS' BOOK STORE Valentines for 1902. New Designs Just in. Remember, February 14 is "St. Valentine's Day." CALKINS' BOOK STORE THIS IS a definite and last ing fact, that GAS is not only THE BEST LIGHT for the eyes, but also for the purse. Gas Office 202 N. Main Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Through line from Denver to Kansas City, St. Joseph, Atchison, Chieogm, Galveston, City of Mexico ani mining camps of New Me:.ico and Arizons. For tickets and freight rates, apply to agent Oregon Short Line, or Rio Oranda Waestern, Butte, Monkt Or writ., C. r. WARREN, General Agent, Salt Lake City, Utahl -AISWN'S WOtS WK"MfiZ I.ClETY INVZ.TIGATEB SPECIAL O B1B05'S BJ OVAL. LULU MAYSE tS COMPLAIJNANT Sheriff Reads Her Affidavit Charging "Grafting"-Dickson Demands Trial -Will Try to nave Woman Make Criminal Complaint. The Humane society held at meeting last evening to investigate the removal by Sheriff Furey of Special Officer J. If. Dlckeon, who was appointed a deputy .chcrilf at the request of the sotlety, and who was divested of his star ,by the sheriff on account of charges of "graft Ing," made 'agalnst him by a woimant who swore .to an affidavit In which she alleged that Dickson demastded $10 from her on the strength of his star. Fhetiff Furey and Dickson both at tentled the meeting and the sheriff tx'ad the affldavit of the woman who cause, Dickron's removal. The name of the woman is Lulu Mayse. The sheriff told the society at tile meeting that the woman to'd him that Dickson demanded $10 from her as a fine, and showed her I.ls badge of office and told ht r he was an agent of the sheriff. Made Affidavit to Charge. The woman told the sheriff that ,ht, refused to pay the money, but that her "partner," anlother woman whose lname. Is not ghv.n, was subjected to a similar demand by D:ckeon and gave him $10. The sheriff knew where to find tht Aiayse woman, but not the other woman. The Mayse woman's affidavit, which was read by the 'heriff, Is as follows: "Lulu Mayse, being first duly sworn, deposes and says: That on or about th,, 14th day of January, A. D. 1902, Deputy Sheriff James H. Dickson came to me and stated that 'thls is fine day and you will have to pay me $10.' Hie furthe. stated that he was a deputy sheriff; also exhibited his star and said that .the money was to be paid to him. I refused to pa)ty' him tlhe amount as requested. "LITLIT MAYSE." ''li' affidavlt was properly verified. Asks for an Investigation. D)ickson dlared that thei wotmen were liars and blaclitnatllers and saidt thatt he thought he was entitled to an lnvestig.t tlin. The sheriff saidl htie was wi\\llilt that ihe should hatite anlly kind of aln in v.estigiatont p,.'tiblt. Dtc'kson added theat he hllad a family allnd desired to cloar his namte. The sheriff 'rejoined tht tthe was: as anxious is amlnytotly to htave the nat - ter sifted to the bottom. So It was decided that the womenn should be brugol:t befo'e 'the' county at torney. If they were willilng, it swear to a complaint against D)ickson. Vilat the hiarge against Diceks.tn Is to h as tcot tt:l on ed- piossilly obtal i11I lor t iing to titt: tLain money under falst |) pre u'nit i1.., 'SUNDAY CHURCH SERVICES St. I'aul's M. . Church SMouth, corincr Galena tand Idiho dstirets; pastor, S. II. C. B3urgin; resldence 103 South Idaho street-The pastor will occupy the pulpit at 11 a. I. and 7:45 p. m.; Sunday school at 9:30 at. in.; League meets at 6:45 p. ln.; WV. 11. 11. sot'Icly meets TueCsdy at 2:5:0 p. In.; lpray ler Illatling 'ednelllsday even lng at 7:45, led by pasttor. First Church of Christ, Stitentist, 830 West iBr'taI\way, corn'er of Excelsior avenui, flrst reader, Mirs. Anna C. 1,. Cr'owley-Sunday, Februar]l'y 2, 1902, sub ject, "Spirit." Services at 10:45 a. ni. and S p. m.; Sunday school, 12:15 Ip. mn.; Wed. nosday evtening Imeetlng at 8 io'clock. Reading rooitis open froml 11 a. in. to 5 p. m. except Sunday. Meeting at the Pentecostal City Mis sion, 77 East. Park street, every evening at 8 o'clock; Sunday schlool and Blible class at 1:30; Ilollness rieteting Sunday 3 p. ini. Shortrldge Chrlstlan church, corner Washington and Mercury streets; pas tot', A. L. Chapman; residence, 432 West MPIerury streelt--Preac.hlng at 11 a. inm. and at 7:30 p. in.; morning subject, "Gtod Cares for Us;" evening, "Itepentance; Sunday school, 12:30 p. m.; Junior Chris tian Endeavor, 1:30 p. ni.; Senior Chris tian Endeavor, 6:30 p. mi.; priayer mteyt. Ing, Wednesday at 8 p. nm. Unity M. E. church, John 1losking pas tIr; phone, 844 1; resldence, 971 North Matil street--Class meeting at 10 a. m. Sunday, John Gillbert leade'r; prettehilng at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. in.; Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.; E.pworth League at 6:30 ip. m., Joseph GI11 leader; Monday even r-g the Eptvorth League entertainntent; Tuesday evening prayer meeting; Wed nesday evening choir rehearsal; Thurs dlay afterlnoon the Ladies' Ahl Inmeets In the parlors of the c.hurl'ch; Friday .eve.n Ing class meeting, Ii. Jallli.s leader. Mount llethel andt Unity M. E. churches, L. L. Tower pastor; residence, Walkorville. Mounl Ioctl.rl - Morning worship contducted by 11. W. Nicholls at 11 a. in.: Sunday scihool. 2:30 p. in., so perintenldent, Henry Rundle ; evening worship conducted by Rev. ('. W. Ship pin; Ilibile study F'riday evening at 7:10 o'clock. ITnity --P'reaching nmornling' and evening by the pastor at 11 and 7:30 o'clock; evening sublject, "Pa''-'allt.s of thie Talents;" '' rayer m.eeting at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening. Class ineeting at 7:30 o'clock Friday evening, M rs. 1:. Martin leader. South Butte Preshyterian church, cor ner -Utah avenue anid First street, J. M. Settle pIastor-Preaching 'undlay mlorn ing and eve'fiing. Second Church of Christ, Scientist, 22 West Quartz street, first reader Mrs. Charlotte Gri'mes; residence, 740 Mary land a\'enue--Mornlng service, 11 o'clock, subject, "Spirit;" Sunday school at 12 m.; testlimonal meeting Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Reading rooms open daily from 11 a. m, to 4 p. m. All are welcome. HIAVE EAT FUTUR( STATE S F THE NORTKWEST TO SUPPLY MARKETS OF ORIENT. TRADE $4000000,000 IN A YEAR That Is the Figure if Every Chinaman Spent But a Dollar a Year for Our Products-Irrigation Projects in Contemplation. "It is only a question of time until the now productive plains of Northern Mon tana will blossom like a rose," said J. (. Fairchild, tax commissioner for the Northern Paciflc at the Thornton last evening. "Vast Irrigation projects are in con templation in various parts of the state, and Irrigation will not be the only means of raiaing large crops. "Did it ever occur to you the enor mous quantity of water which leaves these mountain states in the summer and drains off to the Atlantic or Pacific, with out being utilized for agricultural pur poses? "'tI is n study to stand on the edge of the Missourt or Columbia rivers and real ize that wiiIter snows and spring rains have produced 'hese immense bodies of water, while In midsummer many of our prairies are haking in the sun. "Crops planted IIn the winter time re celve the benefit of the enormnous snoW fall and spring inils. "After a fetw su.'cessf ul seasons the de ,aved vegetable matter from the roots and stalks imakes a bettqer soil and holdsl tile moistulre w\hich lireviously was dis silated In thile sandy or rocky soil. A Desert Transformed. "We' had a' striking example of that in Washington. Ten years ago that vast countlry from Spokane west to the Co lumbla river, and the large Yakima tract were considered barren desert. "Settlers came in and tried to raise wheat. but unsuccessfullv. As i1n Mon tuna. therle Was tlenty of mollistlre ill tithe winter Iand spring, but it it was very dry in mummser. "These original settlers waitdll until late it the spring, when the mrust of the Illoisturl' was out of tilhe rounid, so that they might plots, tAud when the wheat started the dry weather e'nmmenlerd and parched it. "The land wtia condemnlled .as worthless, and the Northern Palilfcl' didn't sell 100 anres a year. "Some (icrmlllIan farlners. however'(''. came in a few years ago. and expelrimented with spring wheal. The c'rop was1 1 prit in in the fall, stairteld with the first rains, was then ecvered with the winter snow and ripened with the early slmnmer hieat: there was no spril'lg plowing tol tturln up the moist soil anid dry out. "The result is that now, without Irri gation, that section raises slmle of th;. finest (rol)s In the world and the Nolrth crn Pacific has no mollre land to sl.tll over there "With the market for whilat ill thel Oni Iot Increasing, and the stal.es of Ih,. Nortlhwe'st pro!ucilng more every year, the I'ac(lle ciaunt trade I % Ill r ooinc wolltnder fully. Wheat for the Orient. "Etven now, few people have any 'ldea of the enormous quantitles of flour which is sent to China frolm Pacific ports. Three immense lines le ave Tancoma with a bot tom cargo of what for the English mar ket, and flour alnd general freight for China and East India. The flour is unloadiled at Chtlia, a new enargo, tea the or some native l product taken on anld the vessels continuel on through the stralts of Malacca and aroulnd Indla thtrough the Stuez canal to l\iverpool. Millions of Consumers. "Our trade with the Orient is only int its infancy. Just think, there are 400, 000,000 people in that country to feed. Somebody may say they have no money: but let us suppose that each Chinaman puts up just $1 a year for our trade, what an enormous commerce it creates $400,000,000, besides the various cotmmodi ties for which we can trade with a profit. "There is a great future for the Pa ciflc coast, and consequently for these states of the Northwest. "You remember what the Irishman said: ''Twas a good thing for Boston and New York that Columbus struck the Atlantic coast before he caitie to the Paciile.' " HELD TO A HIGHER COURT. John C. Hall Has Passed the Prelim inary Stage. John C. Ifall, charged with having ap prol'lriated to his own use funds belonging to the lutte branch of Swift & Co., pauck ers, was given a preliminary hearing in Justlie Arnold's court yesterday after nloon and bouiind over to the distrilt court, his hall being fixed at $1000. Grand larceny is the specifcl charge against 'Hall, It being allegeid that on January 3 lie took $691.37 of the coin pany's money, At the hearing IHarry M. I3uchianan, tr'avelinig auditori for tlii Swift compnlany, te'itiiied that on the 3d he had exaimined the ooiiks of hil' co]tpolatitnl and found that Hall had taken a portion of the re ceipts of that (lay and used it to cover an amount hie was short l)'ecemt.ber 23. He i that tat lihe use of onel day's r.elepts to iover the deficit of a pIre\'iouu day seemed to bie Itall's method. To this he added that ie had spoken to aull about thie matter, and tlhe latter had atlnitlted he was short. Charlle M. PaT tir reprented the de fetdant. Jonles dairy farm pure po'k sausage at li4rt ,hy's. Common Exaggeration. (~I l ston Transerilt.) Jones--Do you suppose Itockefeller Is as rich as they say he is? J-tohbliton-Of c(ourse not; no wealthy man ever is. Not Worth Mentioning. (Chlicago Tribune.) Acquaintance (at(Monte ('arlo)-What luck did you have yesterday? American Croesus-Oh, I Wlon a hun dred thousand or lost a hundred thous and-i've forgotten whk;h. 1UK AND MW ONf OBAILES A. XOOUU lAtS THEY ARE WHAT KU WANTS. HAS INVOKED AID OF COURT G. W ickey and Others Are Defend ,ts in the action-Trouble Had Its Origin in a Mining Deal. Ch4r'leg A. Mnoi'e of Mlsnesota hai in stitued (cult againlt the llrittania MIn Intl otratpny, (leorge RI. Nicky. five' othEl nmHnllmber of the Nhtkey faintly, ,Jos h llulnutt and Tlheoh,,ld Seltzfr to .e crllntille title to 45,833 1-:3 sharttiN of sto;l intohe Brittanla Mining colnlllt.:ny, wvhtip is.o,perattlng the Ilittania lhlie In the iluthn·satern ipart of the city. The- comnlhiint Is on file It the federal court. In totl.ctlion wilth the ctatti George It. Nlckey, the Brittania comn pany and Mali'arl.t NIckey have teit,.n ordered to ilppccr its court at t10 o'tloct'k next Thursdaty lnttllting and show cals" whly thiy should not tie enIJoin.Id rrmn selllnng, caicelling or conveylng tlhi' etock Ilt othelrs while the cult ii inlltlling. In the n ittittai.nt- tihe d Iefnll d\Itant - .)I'dtrtd' i to show t nuie are irttrtalltled Iy irdtlr of the court troIm dotlg anytthlttK a ith tie(' stock In ('tllitroversy. M oore nllht , t i n l it I omt'i tlltl ilnLt Ithat li'e It a citize of llllte.s.'-lta; that thfw' N.ikh'eyi itre c·itlzens .f' .lNontlna; tha$ t ,1\ 'rll z "r fil it '',uic lt if tlie dtit ' if ~VW tth in g t o n , an dt L t h a tL l l u d n ut tll I 't, 11d t'. in Illliolis. it sanysi thatl ,n .Il iiiIIIrv 7'., IS:9, Iftif nutt ainil J. J. Ni'key \air , Inh.rilietnts .f Mintana antid ht [ttt bee u.M:|thi ownei the 1]rlitt1imhi lnile claim; that onIl that date Nikley and HutltllItt iunk thi' pIroperty utitlitr aI let;,s antld tinidf. 11f' al legei that \\'hel thl limnlltty fit' Wfivhtht tIhe bond ctalhed was lnh it it' pornl thin was to lie froriiieited ntl that the' clltlll itlick of the tilrtaxoitd ,'ill'poratlon waiti to tie icClUd in exh.hnil g- for' the Ilpropirt'y, half of tthCt stlk gotilg ti Ntckey and fludlqutt atut tih othei' half to the lthei rnlrllln bt' t o ti It. (ci itpiny.\ Details of Deal. lfe alli.g..s- thait N ickt' y ond Iildillut nlgrteed Ito mollVey toi hhnt t third ofl th,.h' istock, ill **x. Ihart;, for at prlomliIMlly tot tio' $tl5t n fr liunti Wht4 ttzl'izr altf hIIIIIHHI fi. lie Cii tih' ote wait txet'ttet toll glveti I, Nh ky anl Iitihlulnullt; that il Julnm.of I1894 the 14litall nll c'omllanly wa'il oi'glatitz"d unitl, re the ' ls of V11:sennsilln with , anl ntlthorized exlital lstock of' $350,000, In tlatreit oif $1 'iuich: thait it' launlld ofd'iretl orl' i:tsi+ued in tex+,hliligll f rl the pri llt ll y ".75,Ill ihares of, s itl ,, ilf w thi'h 15 il w nt l to ,Huaititti 5itt30 o 0.i it. Nhi lky; thai h il a nniniltlderl of till 273".100 etha ti''s wie issucd to tLt olht'r ltlllarties t l', Lth tl'.'r l nLt, but lnole crel' is.ulOe tI i elhtwrtitzer lunld hllni'ilef that Scelttlc ilz'r failedi to Itay ity oi f o he aitimunt dile oil the Iote all the p!aihtift wast lt nilt'etll' d to Ni'y It ll. oif J. J. Nilkty. aldil illh oilier Nihkley.! al'e heri chlildra il; thiit i1< admlinin trllalt r of the csit tle lft y J. J. Nicki'y hui t'ver beei alteli t d. Moor' itays rthi'ttii' ttat| t on or albouI .May) 20, 18!11, thi" lrit'itailia €,enmupaiy galle hOlirge it. Ni'key i t'e'l'till 'lt flii' 37,;150 .Jhare tf, ) 1Ih , h tockt that had I, i·rin Ix s tiu d to J . J . N hlclck e , a n d th a t tIlt t lh ,. ti nl ite dltte (elorge It. Nlcktey suiti' rlrcdt'i'd the sharie l tthe cinpllnlly lltdl the littel'r, tftter ittittllig ttC crtiic'tt'ate, Itsuid toi M C. Nt, kvy :iii equal nulllliber of t hallre; In hit ; ot t:' tti nit i Juite 2. 18R9. the lttrl' trl'ansfl'rd 25,000 of the .blires to .'.,i'lrgr,,t M. Nickey; that ltiter ,on Neck y l. ijslntedl to., the 'coillmnly Lthe 29150 dhlllir's Iixuet d to luiiinutt alnd hiid a nnP\ tertlllt'ate I.ssued in hin owln niame that .te '.ttitntdJ to have Itougfht lit stock a t a l e .xhl 'lltl oln alah. S Declared a Dividend. Molr~ :tllt.g. that In 1900 the corpora tion lei'lrit'etJ a t divitleld of 15 ftier ccit; that 1L. t. N'kh'y thetin lield 89,3196 sihare:: oif th stlock alndl I'ett\lvetd $13,409.41); that Marl'ar't' Mi. Nlckey reefolvef $71730 on her '45,olu) shares. Mojrt alleg's that the transfefr of the 25,0001 sthari tit Mrs. Nckeiy wals without onsflderaltion and that ahi and ~. It. N-.key knew he was itlttltlti to 45,53t I -3 nharels of tthe stock; that (eorg.'K It. Nt'hkey kntw the 2950 shiares dill ilot bhelong l Itidnuhutt, bult to the plaintiff. M:oore ,;aye hI' has di'mand'dt thei 45, 833 1- iI ihtrs and $11873 dUle aUs dividendls, but tlhey have rfi'Tustll to ytltl. PAWNBROKERS ARE FINED. Judge Boyle Passes on Cases and an Appeal Is Taken. Judge Bliyle took uip the piiawnlb'rokers' eases yesterday afternoon. ()In the id vice of their attorney, Judge Wines, IthI loan men pleaded not guilty to a; vlolt tion of the law, but admittnlltd the (I' tumstances charged in the complaint so us to gle t3i c(a.(es llini the upllpr tcourts as quickly as possible. A file of $"( w'as adiOlnistierued i eacth tas, by the Judge, aulll an j)ape)(l Iwas rlnmnedlldtt'y tLiken to the dishthit court. Thle latter i.ouit has alrUady ruled in thI I'altrovi)h ase, sustaiuing Ithe polr:t jutdge, 111l It is giteti out that the ea.s.'s will go up to the suprOlle coUr't, l'endiing a lectielun it the hliher toirit thel patHluirokersiiH ar' c.Itsing theh pla:e'.; of Lusi ae'i at 6 o'clock. Don't fnr get the grand niasuitle(radte of the On:: of Hlermanfl , 1Fe'rtutry i, att lth Auditorium. Forty prize, * Misfortunes. (Atlanta ('onstitu lioni.) "Yea, sir--yonlder' a man who only had one shirt to his Iack whenll It i:amlne here." "And % hat has he got now?" "Hard work to tatch the fellow who stole the sihlrt." Stranded Man. (1hlladellph4 ItR.ecord .) She.--Ie kissed im1n(, and then he pro posed. He--LMnn's Uiusitl fate. She--llotw? ]He-"Lost on the coral reefs. LOCAL A2 TO ROLD DE.WITT REMORIAL 88U ION. JUDGES WILL SIT EN BANC All of the Attorneys in the City Will Be in Attsndanne-3ar Associa. tion to Present Reso.u tions. Httting In bath, th' Judge~. (lanry. Mc C'htrlln aln Ii l:lr'y3, will Ircet\'e th11 tribute of Ihe Iv\'er hlow bIar to the late Judge W. 111l. ,'itt MIonday morn ing. The nlmlmorlnl si.e'ion of lo'lrt will convle'n at ll 10 t'(ltlk. 'ITh'e ('OtlllllliI'ti f tllillll'or 14. ul' ppl I o lh I .t l n'lr'lr lreo lc cutionsc in 1I keepin wIth(IIU11(1 ))he Jemi Fn e.11 neIlt a Il lllil ej. or l1 pr|'fe'I llll, will Ill111(4' I 04 I4'lIOl' Following tlh I'poil of tli11 colllmlntl tee eulogihes, will eb iulrllutwd by Ji,.w I. ]I\ ote nal I 1II1 olth441, r o IInlI nllll lhiwyers of the 1l1111 1. 1 li, 1111 th eeout IhlnIIllll n'H i Ih onIIr ol ext ulll.hil4 rY Ill It'lt'c't. II Il cxlplctil thtl l ,4htl. ldly illI f lthlh ot|l'0neyil 'P 1h1' tily \i IllIe In atltld 10t(1'. 1BUTT1 CUIRRENT NOTES Orton Drop.--Planos and organs. " J. G. lantes, tuner. Montana ?Music Co., 119 N. Main at. Tel. GO.L T'he secI1d tluiiltrly metinlg iof the Afriiin M41t'h'or lst It:lp (,.enj4al t'chu ch \\11 i, he.d t1mo04 4)row. \ h'1 len y1 1 4'1ilt oiml th11g lll , u ,'1111. Ro (o the 1. t. N s444 i tt114tnd, Ili W1. Miairk. g 'lhe i.,l pwort'h Leangue of Trinity Mlth odilHt c(iur(tch willt I\( a( n i4 ii'lltitla tt4(lent tit the 'h tur'('eh Mionilay eve(ting. Dr. ltans-':. zurgeon and ape'isallst, Al1 i'er 1Bow hlo,'k X-'ray exalltlnationa. * The' fnlleral of il'org' WI . WVilkiln thiiut ((Ilia,' this 4ll'ltlrnoli ft'itoll till.' famllly' rei.denl l o(n N. )l' h FPlrnnlin shtrlee. allfor'nli ( IUnfe, rmp1', onell, . New iI|1L1 Ialeient, v4irV'ylt iting I 11 ti. L s .. Jlt kson. I'rte:letn Iuarct ol f the b14ol(44 of ,i~ llll4 t hI iti l.,It tiell. IpSty ', tncil In V:ill fil l lty el'r . 1., lr(,l4l . 1 e 44ti0nty i 1 t1 '' 0011. Sher,;ian, the und'ertalker, Thin mtovedrl Ils undertaking tbuines:ls to his new' and ,ommiodllou quart terI l Loner Ial't l:adw y. I4' lIthful I.4o1 .' I). of' II c. ,l' 18)1r1'y i tin)l o (To ll| le,' htll .lnlllity evenlllg. I'4't| ul''y 3 at 1 ::: 4 l p(. t '. P t'yl x ul rll - f'l'e tlhilll'lll. T'i'Ukel4, 23 ,('lnts. Teutonllldge 1.filg NIo. 2 Hong of I lrntttlln will givl it na r lulleradl'l e h ll l t the. Aiudl lioruin Wednes day wouV(lnK, and the litnt't| t11 44e:4 IP I '.ll oto oh of unu ulI inti' rr ,11 l t i t lrsii.n4t ' . , (4' 11 4'4 I ti4.4lmt ll 4l 1 Itl I ' ',l,4 444 44. . 44( t .il|. the Il te1 Mli 4 o" ir4, t, anl one o, 11 iltl. Iot.,) , tpro linent fr. itrn In., lur h.li' 11t ini I44 .14 ,4J. i lll' 444( 4 , t4l'4( l'lt4O U I h 4 ' lo i I'tt It~4 I'nlh(It l n t i4 14' , will 4l'It Iltll oA ,4ft01 I y. Jolln I'onivrlaln , it 1-year ll Vc I |lglr a , \4IIl I|nb Ihubly b, sN,' to the l eforml hll lol. I'Yll.lotl 14x \ 1 11 ' ' l bi s l)1· 11 111 I '118 ngn, u t I l htn L hi t a L l o I' Il l s pn l n l . A nl lnllforlln iallon wa flt d ulb tl Manl t th i sc lhl In the i1nlt brought by Hilru H. King and otlhers against JaTe1 Malonel y alnd 1 thri., lthel order to how' ('anusel why' th (pl0intIff should not 14e granted 4an o4ld1er of' urv'ey ll' d inll:41pe tioln f 4 tie Ply(144 lh1 clalrm,w a selt I., Judge Clancy for late Ithis aft'ternoo IIn. E. S. Parker has suo( him wif,, Ilattle 'arkr, flr divorce'lll, on the ground of(i cruelty 4a4nd 4iesertin,. The ompla(init (4y tht ti l ke t (4 ' k1t' ee (4'4'ttarried In 1t(t (t in.18189, and that Mrs. l'Parker Ift the plaintiff alout a y)',r at.go, after threat ni' ng. to kill 11int. A divorce suit has been brought In the districtt court by Mrs. Anna J. Holman against her husband, $anruel K. llol man, onL the ground 'ofi desert llon. The o('itplailht alhlegW that the d(i'fendant de xerted the plahitijff over a year ago. Thi" couple)' were miarried at Palota, Kani., and there are four childre n. In the sult l rou4 ght inl lhe ( list'it. 'ourt by laurrt lcw Harri ant|d ',Il1n O. (iio'4r against IH. C. Kessler, John 11lite ad the C'lear (Irlt Mining 'companl y to set' aside 1 deeds tran4sf'rrhllg the ('lear Grit nine and other mrinitg trolen rty to the deflendant 1Gili4, the latter has fllied his separate ansVwer. 'lThe pla4intiffs w4anted the dcel(m annulled 4on the g')round that the mine was shlt for $90,000, while It was worth $250,000. (ill, stmays that lie paid $21.1265. He (,11aits4 111h t thie Sal' oif thle mine to him 1'was I'gal, and asks to br)a ditmtssell with llis t4costs. Forty grand (ilzot at thI' Suns of ))44 ai n4 u gs uerail , I ' 1. 1 itlh 'y 6, at l0.r AuditOl'llin. Bad Colds And Pneumonia Cured By PAI R'S Pneumonia Core 50 Cents a Bottle. rondmauter Wlliam Mlahoeoy'n re port for Jnanutary IIn s followI: olnrwsn Impwounded, 7: horsem redeemed, 1: horcert sold, U; hort·es ent to the erelmtory, I; ~reem reill in the pound, I; cach received, 30.25. Cows Impounded, 6, all or which werm redeemed: ca.h re relved from thie cource, $6, maklig a toltal of $26.25. Mrs. Neubet4h entertalnttln a number of tr'lt'nd ait widhIt at Iter' homIe Wedne. tdly ,ettvtning. The lirHt price, a emoklng Net, ,iwas wol by 71r. Iulgdlih,, Rnd tiha. crcand ttprie, a wine ePt, wenllt to Mhi i i I llll Doctors Out of Town as Well as Butte Doctors Are CtordllnIly Invited to Rgt prhtes from uIl fo)r any urllgie(rtl instrumentm th(ey Intly Ilteed. Entire new rtock, rlwetiH andt best .urgleai instru menlw at ltwes.L EIlstern prices., CHRISTIE & LEYS Fine Sxlrects -2 N. Main St BUTTE Window 5lass Put in On Short Notice Ic 'pi th' ih tnue i a'rl'Tnor Iand keeps dowi thl cnt] bill thi a winttr w' athi r. CARDER WALL PAPER CO. L. V. FIranzmn, Prop. King Block, 115 W. Park Sutton's Broadway Theater (llil ]ifiy (I IV. lSlin lin 'l' illn N IIIIt, '.',t l'in., I l' i itttt y |. Ckhicago Symphony Orchestra 70 --People--70 l'ri'l.s $10O0, $1 .(0, 1.0(i, T .', ;,0.'0 "31. T.rI,,r (Glrlnleu NIKghts ,,r n 'tt ratlttlo 'Tuesl.,y MIItiniP( . Hlc(c1llai tngaigtn ent of MR. 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