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Special fish Sa le These special prices are good for a few days only. See our east win dow display of imported and fancy canned Fish. Specialties: Cove Oysters; 20c cans for ....15e bit. Baker Fancy Red Salmon; pound cans, special ........1..2%c Mt. Baker Fancy Salmon Steaks; special, %-pound cans ..........10c Iismarck Herring; flat, round cans. Each ..................... e Salt Mackerel. A splendid variety displayed; but notice those fine, white, fat Irish Mackeral, at, each ................. ...........10o Salt Herring-Holland Miloheners each, 56o Norways, each 4c; Hol lands, each .............. ...... 4c pDomestic. Each, 3c and ..........2ec Salt Salmon-Fancy Red. Pound .......................10c Salt Salmon Bellies-Fancy Red. Pound .......... ... ....12%c Special prices on all kinds of Salt Fish by kit, half barrel or btarrel. Fruit Cake A delayed shipment of one dozen 12-pound tins of Fruit Cake that were ordered for Christmas trade has arrived. You know fruit cake improves with lige; so these are extra fine, but we close them out today at, per pound, 25c, or a whole 12-pound cake (worth $3.50) '1" ......................$2.00 Sugar Finest Granulated Sugar. 17 pounds for .............$1.00 Eggs Strictly Fresh Eggs. Dozen ....30c Quaker Flour In toweling sacks, It's the cream of the Flour market. "Your money back" If after a fair trial you tre not convinced that it is the best you ever used; 100 pounds, $2.75; per sack ......$1.40 Quaker Bread It's delicious, light and nourishing; 4 loaves, or tickets ............25c LU TEY WROTHPERk 000 GROCtrl_(g IRjp i4 W. Park Phon- AI( MONTANA UNDERTAKING COMPANY Funeral Directors Expert Embalmers THOS. LAVELL, Prop. Thos. Sullivan, Mgr. Phone 8S. aS2 E. Park, ibutte Prompt Payment. The New York Life paid today $10,000 to the beneficiary of the late Judge W. H. DeWitt, through their general agent, Charles J. Cutler. PINKHAM-MCTUCKER. Two Well Known Young People Are Married. J. William Pinkham, a well-known em ploye of the Butte Street railway, and Miss Katherine B. McTucker were mar ried Tuesday evening at the home of Edwin S. Booth on West Park street. The ceremony was performed by Judge McClernan. Charles Q. Bates was best man anji Miss Louisa Nickel bridesmaid. Only a few friends of the young people were present. Attorney John W. Cotter returned last evening from a two months' sojourn in the East. FIRST MEETING OF CREDITORS. In the District Court of the United Sta.es, District of Montana: In the matter of John J. Lavell, bank rupt: Notice is hereby given that on the 13th day of February, A. D. 1902, the said John J. Lavell was duly adjudged bank rupt, and that the first meeting of credi tors will be held at the court of bank ruptcy, No. 49 West Park street, Butte, Montana, on the 26th day of February, A. D. 1902, at 2 o'clock p. m., at which time the creditors may appear, prove their claims, elect a trustee, examine the bankrupt and transact such other busi ness as may properly come before the meeting. THOMPSON CAMPBELL, Referee in Bankruptcy. Dated February 15, 1902. One Hundred Dellars Galrs Priles. Order a ton of Kemmerer. Rock Sprins. Rocky Fork or Qebo coal from us, and get a guess on the weight of the large lump of coal in front of our office, free., CITIZENB' COAL CO., Phone 5~5. No. 4 B. Broadway. DR. HUIB POCK Is Years In Butt. Generation duotor of China from grTnd father down. Born and schooled in the proesslion. Treats all disease, maklng a speolalty of ohronto troubles, Consult me before you waste your life away; 2.y7 outh. Main Street A .SrPARATE LIVING MUl. J.o0lP GaO IEZR BBIlNGO I UT AGAXN~ T USBANHD. SHE CALLS GAGNIER VICIOUS 8he Is Afraid to Live With Him Any Longer and Wants Court to Com pel Him to Provide for Her separately. Josephine Gagnier today brought suit in the district court against her hus Land. Frederfr"k Gagnler, for separate maintenance, and Judge Barney signed an order allowing her to prosecute the suit without cost. Mrs. Gagnier is the mother of seven children and has been GOanier's wife since 1875, but she says in her complaint WILLIAM J. WIIITE IS D[AD UNDER PECULIAR CIRCUMSTANCES AND CORONER WILL INVESIIGATE Mystery surrounds the denth of \lillium J. White which happened early this morning at 314 East Mercury street. ('oroner Johnson thinks thete are sous icidous circumstances connected with the came and has ordered an inquest. White had been living at the address given. his landlady being Mrs. Rhin born. According to the story of te latter rtnl of other roomers White died withoUt a doctor being present and unlllder peculiar clnditlons. Unable to Get Physician. The coroner visited the house about 8 o'clock this morning and learned that White was tak(n sick about 3 o'clock this Inornling. The other roomers Insist 'that they tried to get a doctor but were unable to find one who would respond to the call and that the man died while at search for medical ursistance was ;e. Ing made. The coroner examined the body, which lay in a bed in the house, and thought he detected symptoms of poisoning. Though not prepared, at this time, to make a definite stat.ement, he Is going on the idea that the case will bear Investigating. White's family matters have not been looked up and so faTr' us is known 1he was alone in Butte. The inquest will be held at T,:chell's undertaking rooms at 3 o'clock tuonor row lafterlnoon. that she can no longer live with him. Her complaint tells a tale of cruelty and abuse set off with threats. She says that Gagnior can earn $3.50 a day and she wants the court to compel him to aly whatever the court thinks will Ie sumlfcient to uliport her and five of the children who are minors. The namnes of the children are G(orglana, Julila, Moses, Ralnamle and (todfrey. Mrs. (Gagnier starts out with the asser tion that Olagnier has been wholly neglectful for at full year and has wholly refused during that tine to support her and the minor cahlldren. Can Live With Him No Longer. She says that he has been guilty of ex treme cruelty to such an extent that it has become imlpossible for her to live with hiniut without incurring the risk of great bodily harm to her and the chil dren. The complaint says that Gagnier came home intoxicated--4me night in 1898 and struck and beat Mrs. (Gagnler with his fists, threw her and the children out of the house, called her vile names and ac cused her of unchastity in the pres nace of the children; that he repeated this performance in 1900 and added that he would kituher, and that he would not let her nor the children return to the house. Mrs. Gagnier has the following to say of her husband: "That the defendant is a vile and vicious man and is rhuch given to drink ing, and when intoxicated is vicious and dangerous and that plaintiff is afraid to further live with him." The couple have two houses in Mend erville and Gagnier is employed at the lelinze smelter. PRESIDENT ELIOT COMING WEST. He Will Visit Sixteen Cities and De liver Many Addresses. (By Associated Press.) New York, Feb. 17.-President Eliot of Harvard will start on an extended West ern trip Tuesday says a World special from Boston. He will return in time to greet Prince Henry on his visit to Cambridge. President Eliot will speak at the cele brations of the higher educational insti tutions and before clubs representative of graduates who, In time past, have worn the crimson. First he will go as far as St. Louis, being absent for two weeks. He will be at home March 6. Starting again on March 11, he will go to the Pacific coast and will then take the Southern route eastward, occupying five weeks. He will visit 16 cities and towns in 12 states and deliver 25 or more ad dresses at college exercises and college club dinnert. INVESTIGATE RAINES LAW. Some Proprietors Were Frightened Into Closing Up Entirely. (By Associated Press.) New York, Feb. 17.-Agitation against Sunday saloons, and especially against violations of the excise lawms by the Raines law hotels, has been given an im petus by the arrival here of 18 excise in spectors, sent. by State Commissioner Cullenan, to gather evidence against the Raines law hotels, and report to him at Albany the result of their investigation. This evidence will eventually be given to State Attorney Jerome. The presence of the inspectors was known throughout the city Saturday night, and Raines law hotels began at once to comply with the regulations. Many proprietors of .regular saloons became frightened and closed their places of business entirely. Episcopals Establish New Order. (By Associated Press.) New York, Feb. 17.-To establish an order of 'aulist Fathers among the clergy of the Protestant Episcopal church is the latest proposition of some of the members of that body. The pro posale emanates from the Middle West. The idea of the advocates of tle scheme is to have pastors of small parishes to engage in some other business which would support them permanently. OWE LARGE DE[B REFER=Z 1IqD3 CAPLICES 0W OLASJI SUM O $0221,000. REPORT WAS FILED TODAY Findings in Suit Drought by Senator Clark and Brother Against John Caplice Oompany-Big Notes Attached to Report. The referee In the suit in the districrt court in which Senator W. A. (clark and J. Ross c'lark are the plaintiffs and John ('apllice, for him.el f and for his dea:d son, F. W. ('a pl.e, anld John Brlln nigan are the defendants, today flied ,hl report. In whlli:h he fllnd that there J now dlue, Ilnlpad and owing io the plaintiffs from defendants the eunt of OR[[N WILL NOT BE[fROS[CUTED ARRIVES AT UNDERSTANO:NG WITH LEYSON AND LARCENY CHARIS ARE DISMISSED Charles P. (Irecne, the young Jewelet ov-ir wloRe hal 12 i rove ultons on thl c harge of glnrand l'rIn('ny were hinging, Is ni lloger in the shatdow of the law. All of the cases against hintr were dirn seed by Judge MyiClCtrnan nn lt.I mo tion of County Attorney Iltern. The reason given bty thle county attorney for anking the (ourlt to ,IJslIslR the plrosecutions against ;rene wras that h complainnlllllg wi llis,-,Johli l. Leyson, and Greene had reached an am nirl ,l,, understandln of tihet differe(:ces between them. The county attorney filed a. written .ytt tem'dht' of t9 g~ t q('n&ul tor '1l .no ttioh to dtsmiss. The strntonn't recites Chl ]he def ndint wnrn attcused Of ap iproprliatlng sums of money from Lteyson lit dtfft.rent times while he, wn I, ey son's bookkeeper, but that others had nIie( . to the monifl:y drawer and the books. Then it says: "That rinee t hr- log nlrlnrn rf Ithe act lons of rlfres:n i ;ifore mentioned, the the said J. 1. L'o'eypon rand thI s1it tl rtrfriru s I'. ( r . r'.e,, , defeond ant ais aforesaid, have tatlked the mnatter over a l nd rrvl\d alt ill atrllntrible uin derstanding in regard to a nnttlerneint of the s.all."' In the statoment Mr. Breen expresses thin. ,I linton that (Greh-noe Is clv lly liable for the sums applroprlated for the Ire'; on that ht did not renport the an' tions of the others who had access to the mnerty drawer andl the books. Greene's bondsmen were exonerated, atl rlrelene, who waH lin cturt, witlked out a free man. $221,106. The referee is Johil W. Stan ton. This suit was brought upon promissory notes and a contract of indebtedness made by the defenda;nts. The contract and notes are attached to the report of the referee's findings. Represent Much Money. There are eight notes, signed by the Caplices and Brannigan. One is for $100,000; one is for $35,237; four are for $5,000; one is for $11,722.50, and one is for $9,600. All but the last two bear 8 per cent interest per annum. The last two bear one-half of one cent and I per cent per month, respectively. The referee finds that the defendants executed the notes as alleged In the complaint and made the contract to se cure the notes. The contract pledges 1,600 shares of the capital stock of the John Capllce company for three yeari's, with the understanding that the stock might be sold at the end of that time and the proceeds applied to the debt rIpresented by the notes, were they then still unpaid. The report says that the debt of $221, 000 is a lien on the stock held as security by the Clarks, and that the stock should be sold by the sheriff to satisfy the debt. STILL HOPE FOR MEDIATION. Boers Coming Over in Response to In vitation From Pro-Boers. (By Associated Press.) Paris, Feb. 17.-Dr. Leyds, the Euro pean agent of the Boers, who is now in the city, was today questioned by the Associated Press correspondent regard ing the object of the mission to the United States, of the Boer delegates, Messrs. Wessels and Woelmans. He stated that they were going in response to invitations from American pro-Boers, with the view of reaching an arrangement for the distribution of funds and other assistance oontributed by the people of the United States to wards the Boer cause, In other quarters, however, the im pression obtains that the journey is prompted-by the developments of the Anglo-German controversy as to the at titude of the powers previous to the Spanish-American war, which, the mem bers. o. bthe Boer delegation believe, has produced a change of sentiment in the United States toward Great Britain. The Boers hope to utilize this supposed revulsion of feeling in an endeavor to get the United States government to modify its attitude towards mediation. Trains Are Delayed. (By Associated Press.) Seattle, Feb. 17.--The heavy rainfalls caused a number of slides on the railroad lines entering Seattle and tralts gener alty were delayed several hours. SAMILY ALLOWANCE SEVEN ENUIEDY OHILDRI A.E AWAR.DED 9100 A MONTE. PROBATE MATTERS HANDLED tudgp McClernan Makes Reverend Mr. Dowker Guardian of a Young Man Named Archie Reynolds. I Judgeo MIClernan today made an or >der' granting a family allowance of $100 a Ilnhth to the children who are heirs of thi Nettle V. Kennedy estate. There are S\en, children, and the cstate is valued .t thi sum of $14,000. The executor of tUle -state in Joseph 3artIzen, who Is also the gtardiean of the children. I1, the matter of the estate of. Ro.a 3;lake and others, minors, Judge Me' ('If-i nian today settled the guardian'n a'- a,1nt. The state \was originally of the vallh ( o( $1,200. In t(he estate of (leorge ltruder, de c:ta.il, the citation to Iartles who had 'por..trsion of property belonging to thy' esttl Waas ordered d!sinlssld, the prop-I crt y hlving been trallsferred to the adlin llitl"ator. In the estate andt gunrdinnshlp of Art hle IReynohlds, it younllg tan, the court mnlihe tin olrder dischargingll tIhe old gunr dinn., ('aptiIn Weller, and appointing the lt\',. A.r. Itowker gultrdilan, t the re lquisl (of I'atain VWetll:r andtI the young n1mt II. 'l'h:, e..tlate cons!sts at resenllt of about $(Rl Inf lnloney. T''he old guard ll;n's Hec countt \;was settled Iby theile lurt. WA±iTED. A Itan who thoroughly utinder statr's retail melrtchant ttallring )humI les:, I to hllandle a line lie loft light andi hteavyweight goiods, to talke o rdulerw for c11tltl; Itmustt hre well retomlntlndeld anall .un·,r"terind takinlg nme'asurel'ments. Ad dre-s I r call i'e.truary 20, .1. 'rihn r, .lai Il, ittchester, N. Y. BUTTE IN BRIEF. I'. I. . Stoner of G(reat Falls is among the I y.nt arrivals in the city. F. C. Phillips of ()maha s in the city toda y. W. II. Hamilton, who has lhad charge of the construction of the new ciapltol building at Helena, is in the city on busl C. I1. Murray of Great Falls, special deputy collector of c(ustoms, is in the city on hrsinesN connected with the affairs of hil oirlce. George H. RIobinson, gt*neraIl manager of the Montana Ore Purchasing (ompany, has returned from Utah, where he has been inspecting hl mining interests. A quiet wedding was celebrated at the honte of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Thomas last week, when Mabel M. Nartln andl Ilavli Hanc.ek were united in marriage by Rev. John Hoskins. Miss F'lowlie Ilooper" was lbridesmaid and Htobert Ioweitt acted as ),b i millan. William Seawright and Miss Ce.'cella White were happily married Hatulrday at the home of the bride, Rtev. John Hloskins of Trinity M. IH. church, officiating. Jam's Silk was the best manl, while Miss Lena Hlogan waited on the bride. The couple are at home to their friends at 500 East Park street. DEATH OF J. T. SHINNICK. Jeremiah T. Hhinnick, an old-time residlent of Butte, died Saturday night with dropsy. Mr. Shtnnick had been Ill for come tlme and Iis death was deer.ted certain aftter the physicians had exhausted all re sources. The deceased was formerly In the I l4uor iusiness in Butte, and was a rela tive of former Mayor M,('a:rthy. The funeral took place this afternoon, irqtermcnt being tmade in the t'athollc celltet cry. YOUNG SAFE CRAC'KER. 0O of the Boys Will Be Sent to the Reform School. S(Speclal to Inter Mountain,) Anaconda, Feb. 17.-Frank Hicks, Arthur Trudeau, John Twohy and Fred Thibdeau, the young lads arrested last Friday night, for alleged offense of cracking an old safe which went through the Merrimac hotel fire sonime time ago, I 414 .belonging to Mrs. Louth, were taken' bgore Justice Kennedy this afternoon. After giving them a severe talking to, all .were ordered released except young Twohy, whose parents, It is said, are willing that he should he sent to "he re toeap school. Salvador Coffee Crop. New York, Feb. 17.-The coffee crop In Salvador this season is estimated at 800;o0 quintals, acording to a dispatch from Panama to the Herald. BOTO110M ROUNDS OF THE Housefurnishing PRICt LADD[R Given to show the supremacy of the people's fa vorite housefurnishers and Montana's champion low price makers. Note that while we quote only the bottom price on each article uamed, we carry you up the ladder of quality to the world's best from round to round, at such easy prices that you will hardly notice thechange until you stop at the top in quality and find the price far below the usual Butte demand for goods of like worth. Ingrain Brussels Welvet Moquette Carpets Carpet Carpet Carpets 25' at yard 45c a yard 75e a yard 8,e. n yard and up. and up. and up. eand up. Lace Window Damask Bed Curtains Shades Portieres Quilts G(, each 2Gtc .oeh $15,0 ratch 30c and It 7 and utp. and up. and up. Up. Dining Dinner Wash Cook Chairs Sets Stands Stoves 1lin high bu.k 100 plrch.r, With mirror, lHeavy Phllatt, 60O and up. $K.;G up. oak $3.00 up. $6.50 up. Ranges Rockers Chiffonieres Couches Huine steel, fioldenr fin- hniden onk Well made, $:32.50 and up. Ih 90) and up. fIlnlh $8.50. $6.50 up. Bedroom Extension Side . Center Suits Tables Boards Tables (Znklen uok fin- tollden tin- GColden oak fin- GColden oak lah, $18 tndl uIp. Ish, $5 up. lah, $1G up. lInlah 750 up. Brownfield-Canty Carpet Co. 48 to 54 W. Park and 43 to 45 West (alena St.. Butte. The Coe Commission Co. Incorporated Capital and Surplus $300,000.00 STOC KS PROVISIONS B O N D S GRAIN Bought and Sold for Cash or on Margin for Future Delivery He own and ope:rr-ct the most exten clv. private wire system In the Unifedl Open in We have built a wire from New York, Butte ('hc'ago and Minneapolls to Montana on, for the excluive use of our - W e nes ay tomers, givlng Instannous qotatlon of W ednesday all securities and commodltlies Ilted on the principal exchanges, and all im- February .. portant news from all over the worldl. References, 56 National and State Banks Anaconda Office, 110, Euast L'ark Htreet, Thomaa N. Fnyder, focal Man ager. Helena Office, 7 and 8t PIttsburg Ulock, Wm. A. Pryor, Local Manager. Great Falls Office, 224 Central Avenue, F. 13. Hewett, Local Manager, Livingston Offlce, 7 'ostottlce Block, W. L. Alfred, Local Manager. Bozeman Olflce, 6 (lallatin Bllock, J. J. Stewart, Local Manager. Bllllngs Officeh, 9 and 10 (Oruwell Block, F. It. Bunnell, Local Manager. Butte Office, Hirbour Building A. C. MARTIN, Loceal Mgr. THE MARKETS. COPPER MINING QUOTATIONS (Special to Inter Mountain.) Boston, Mass., Feb. 17.-The copper mining shares closed today as follows: Amalgamated - - - - - $ 71.25 Anaconda - - - - - - 33.00 Parrot - - - - .-- - 31.00 Calumet & Hecla - - - 610.00 Tamarack - - - - - 250.00 Osceola - - - - - - - - 77.00 Utah Con - - - - - - 24.50 MA.UKET MCIDERATE.LY ACTIVE. Some, of the Stocks Go Up a Few Points -Raise in Copper. (lly Associated Press.) New York, Feb. 17. -'J'he stock market opened mod:rately activei and firm. PRoom traders bought the shares which had the best support and there was some bidding up of low-priced stocks, which strengthened prices all around. lciprovolments reached from I to 1 3-8 In Amalgamated, Sugar. Metropolitan, Manhattan, Biscult. Pa'ltle Mail, (Great Northern preferred and Chicago, Indian apolis & Louisville, A sharp rise in raw copper abroad In duced buying of Amalgamated and Met ropolltan was taken on the optimistic views of the president of the road re gardlng the valuation of the new securi ties. The profit taking forced prices off later for a time, but the market firmed up again, when Sugar was marked up to 140 1-4 on the announcement of a five polit advance In refined sug:r. Bonds were steady, Omaha Livestock. (H1y Assoclated Press.) Houth Omaha, Feb. 17.-('attle --tRe celpts, 2,500 head. Market, steady. Na tive steers, $firstname.lastname@example.org; cows and Jhelfers, $3.0095.00; Western steers, $email@example.com Texas steers, $firstname.lastname@example.org; cows and helf ems, $email@example.com; stork.rs and feIders, $2.7564.00; calves, $firstname.lastname@example.org; bulls, stags, etc., $2.50 4,.50. Sheep- Receipts, 6.300 head. Market steady; lambs easier. IW'ed muttons, $5.0006.00: Westerns, $email@example.com; ewes, $4.404(4.75; comrnmon and stockers, $3.00@ 4.50; lambs, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Kansas City Livestock. (13y AHsocvated Press.) Kansas tity, F1'cb. 17.--('attle-Reccelpta, 3,000 head. Market steady. Native steers, $4.8506.25; 'Texas an d Indian steers, $email@example.com; ''exas cows. $4.750 A.00; natie cows and helfers, $firstname.lastname@example.org; stockers and feedelrs, $3.005.65; bulls, $email@example.com; calves, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Shlele--Itecelpts 350 head. Market 10o lower. Muttons, $email@example.com; lambs $6.009 lower. Muttons, $firstname.lastname@example.org; lambs, $6.00@ 6.50; range wethers, $email@example.com; ewes, Chicago Livestock. (By Associated Press.) Chicago, FIeb. 17.---Cattle--Ieccllpts 2,200 head, including 1,500 Texans. Market steady to strong. (lod to prime steers, $firstname.lastname@example.org; poor to medium, $email@example.com; stockers and feeders, $2.50@4,60; cows, $firstname.lastname@example.org; heifers, $email@example.com; canners, $firstname.lastname@example.org; bulls, $email@example.com; calves, i!.50 @7.50; Texas fed steers, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Sheep-Receipts 26,000. Sheep steady: lambs 15c lower, Good to choice mixed, $email@example.com; Western sheep, $firstname.lastname@example.org; Western lambs, $email@example.com. Jones' dairy farm. Pt.re port. sausage at Irophy'l.