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Meatana's largest Orocery Mar. 31
Everything To Tempt Your Appetite Shopping at Lutey's reveals nu merous bargains in dainties and good things to eat. We aim at all times to make it worth your while to trade here. You find here the largest assort ment and the lowest prices in the state, consistent with quality. Pickles The largest assortment to select front and the best pickles that money can buy. Take a look at our immense display. We have space but to quote a few: Sour Pickles; crisp and fine. Quart ..... .... ...............10e Sour Pickles, extra small, quartilc Sour Mixed Pickles, quart......25c Sour Midget Pickles; only 3 or 4 hours' old when pickled, Pint.25c Sour Spiced Pickles; extra cured; small size. Quart ....... ...25c Sweet Pickles; extra small; quart, 25c; small, quart..... .....20c Sweet Mixed Pickles, quart ....25c Sweet Midget Pickles; only 3 to 4 hours' old when pickled. Pint ...... ........... ... ...25, Queen Olives, in bulk, Mammoths, quart, 75c; large, quart, 50c; me. dium sized, quart ... ... .....30e Queen Olives, in glass, 5-pound rose jar, $1.75; bottles, 90c, 75c, 50c, and ........ ... ... ............30e Stuffed Olives, 14-os. bottle 85c; 4-os. bottle ....... ...........100 Teas Our teas are selected for their drinking qualities. We give val ues that make us permanent cus tomers. Use smaller quantity for the same results that other teas give. Japan Teas. Pound, $1.00; 75c and ......................50c English Breakfast Tea. Pound, $1.00, 75c, 60c, 50e, 49c and....35c Gunpowder Tea. Pound, $1.00, 71e, 60c and ......... ..... ........50c Oolong Ten. Pound, $1.00 and..75c India and Ceylon Tea. Pound, $1.i0 and ..... ...... ... ... ......75i (Rebate of 10e pound on all tenas 75c pound and above in five-poun I lots.) IN TE Y BRO THERS GOOD GROCERILScffI11 ~' W. Park~ 'hh)eme 6g Dunlap Hats $2"The leader of leaders in STY LE and quality. The HAT that sets the pace for the best dressers in every city in America. Easte Blocks now on sale. THE HARRINGTON HAT The prime favorite with young men, is also here in all the new shades of the SeaSOn. Smith & Mattingly, The liatiers and Furnishers 117 N. flaic Butte, Mont. Late liabcock's MONTANA UNDERTAKING COMPANY runeral Directors Expert ltmbaimers TtiO3. LAVEL L, Prop. Thos. Sullivan, Mgr. Phone 85. 125 E. Park, Etitto TEA SETS-Quadruple Plate The finest line of goods made. All new and tasty patterns. For a few days we offer Er PECIAL BARGAINS Four-piece quadruple silver plate sets ......... ...... $3 Four-piece quadruple silver plate sets ................... $10 )our-pliea quadruple silver plate sets ................ $12 Four-piece quadruple 3ilver plate sets ................. $15 Five-piece quadruple silver plate sets .......... . ....$20 Five-piece quadruple silver plate seta ................. $30 Five-piece quadruple silver plate sets ...... ........... $40 Five-piece quadruple silver plate sets ....... ........... $50 JEWELER LEYS OPTICIAN Cwsder Block, Butte, Mont. BUILD TRACKAROOLK BOAT LINES FAIL TO DO TIE WOnK OF G PAS. BZNGERfS IN DAKOTA. RAILROAD MEN TO TRY TO AVOID THE WATER Great Northern Trains Are Not De layed, Says Major Dawson-North ern Pacific Train Gets Into Butte at 1 O'clock With Belated Passengers From the Ooast. Reports from the flooded section of the Northern Pacific, near McKenzie, N. D., are not very encouraging for the early resumption of through husiness. Last week it was thought that passengers and baggage could be transferred over the flooded district by boat and orders to resume the sale of through tickets to the East were wired from St. Paul to the Butte office. Since then, however, the order has been countermanded, as the transfer in the manner contemplated was found to be impracticable. It Is said that the lake of water responsible for the trouble is 30 miles long, two miles wide and 16 feet deep in places. Skiffs were first used, but were found inade quate to the task, and a gasoline tank boat was pressed into service. It, too, could not handle the business. so suc cessfully as the railroad officials had hoped, but it did fairly well, even in the face of a strong wind heavily laden with sleet and snow. An effort is being made to build a tem porary track around the lake, for the oficials realize that if they wait for the water to seep away It might be several weeks before through traffic can be re sumed. Great Northern Is Clear. A report was circulated in the city this morning to the effect that the Great Northern railroad was blockaded by water in North Dakota, but later in the day Major Dawson received a message stating that the line was clear. The report probably had its origin in a report from Grand Forks stating that the Great Northern west-boun I train was being held there on account of high water in the West. "We have no hign water yet," snid Ma jor Dawson, general agent of the com pany, when asked about the matter. "I have here a telegram from headquarters stating that one delayed train would reach its destination about 15 hours late. This settles the apprehension in regard to the rumored stoppage of tratill on ac count of high water, for if our track was flooded to any great depth the train mentioned in the message could not get through at all. You can state that up to the present time our track in North Da kota is in pretty good shape." B'NAI B'RITEE ANNIVERSARY. Proper Observance otf Tenth Anniver sary of Organization. Baron de lHirach lodge, No. 420, inde pendent order of l'nai Tl'rith, will cele brate its tenth anniversary next Sunday, April 6, by giving an elegant musical entertainment, followed by a dance, at the K, of P. building. One hundred and fifty invitations have been issued and the affair promises to be a pron oulneti success. The Woodmen of the World mandolin club, which comprises three mandolins, two guitars and one banjo, and which has attained great popularity this winter for their excellent music, will render a few numbers. The Woodmen of the World glee club, of which George A. Stevens Is the leader, will also par ticipate and render a few songs, fol lowed by a number of vocal and Instru mental selections by well known gentle men of talent, after which the guests will participate in a social dance. The committee of arrangements Is as follows: elen Weinberg, *M. L. Holmin, and Mark Schilling. WHEN REUBEN COMES TO TOWN Those naughty looking pajamas and the charming way in which Edna Dor man did it, caught the front rows at Sutton's last night where a packed house greeted the first appearance of When Reuben Comes to Town." The name of the play is a misleading, non-ticket-selling cognomen which doesn't convey anything in the shape of an idea of what the bright, catchy piece really is. It is a musical skit In which a lot of funny things are injected and which pleased the audience might ily last night. "Reuben" Is an avarielcis, grasping old country uncle with the usual sporty city nephew, who is trying to save his sister's inheritance in the belief that she ran away and got married in violation of the paternal will. Later the sister turns up unmarried and the uncle is found to have violated the terms himself by getting married. All through the piece are p" gs on which to hang some funny doings as well as some brisk singing and chorus work. The play is advertised as having pret ty girls in abundance and the "ads." are not for wrong. The lest of the interpolations is the song, "It's Just Like a Scene in a Play," given by Anna Stanton, Edward Nican der and Douglass Flint. The trio re sponded to encoies until even the or chestra was tired. Edna Dorman made a great hit in "My Gypsy Queen," and her dancing as well as that of the chorus brought such en cores as seldom favor a company in Butto. There's a whole lot of good things in the piece, some of which are decidely risqite, but funny just the same. The play is on again tonight and a big house is looked for. THE CONTRACT IS AWARDED The county commissioners awarded a contract for additional plumbing at the county hospital today to Contractor Kroeger for $2,292. The contract Is for lavatories and bath tubs and other in cidental plumbing. SUIT TO RECOVER $1050 CASI4 Suit wRa brought in the district oot@r today by W. H. Matthews against WU 11am H. Orr and J. H. Trerise to recover $1.050 and interest on a note, and to, subject mortgaged property to execution to satisfy the note. The note was given by Orr to Mat thews on September 19, 1000, and was for $900, beating interest at 1% per teast. per month, according to the complaint. Orr says that neither the note nor in terest have been paid, and he wants $150 for an attorney's fee, provided for 1 the note. Thirteen lots in the Chelsea plot of the city were mortgaged to secure the note. Orr says, and he wants them sold for the claim. Trerise c'aims some interest in the lots, and is the refore made a defendant. EASTER DAY MADE HER SAQ Mollie Murray, colored, who smokeg cigars, drinks to an excess and at time is a source of considerable annoyance t9 the police, is in jail again. She had trouble with her consort, on Johnson, with whom she lives in the 4 Klock on Arisona street, and was arrest-. ed early this morning by Policeman Cas sidy who tiousat her to the central station and flied a charge of plain drunk against her. The woman says that she became dis pondent 1~aster Sunday because her as soelates were out in their new clothing and Easter hats, and she had none, and could not restrain herself. "So I just went and got full of gin," said the woman as she started down the stairs to the woman's ward in the jail. MIXED IN FIFTY CENT DEAL Charles McMullen, charged with hav ing assisted John White in an attempt to extort by force, 50 cents from George Davin while the latter was in his cabin in the Wyoming alley Sunday afternoon, was arrested at 3 o'clock this afternoon by Policeman McGillic. A charge of larceny from the person will likely be filed against White and McMullen, DOTSON CLINGS TO' HIS BEARD, Sheriff John McMahon of Deer Lodge county, upon whom the disagreeable duty of the hanging of Clinton Dotson; will devolve, will leave for home this, evening. With the past month Dotson has grown, a full beard. The condemned man expressed a de sire that his whiskers he not removed,' and h!s wish will he compiled with. FOR BUTI[ RAC[RS PROSPECTS FOR A GOOD MEETING GROW BRIGHTER. HORSES FROM SOUTH AND WEST New Secretary and Associate Judge Writes From San Francisco-Robert Curran Will Journey to Frisco to Get Horses. Hugh I. Wil-on, pre4ldeat of the Mon tan.t Jockey club, received a letter to day from Rialph Tozer of Sun Francisco. a ho wits reciCntly a lintlOIf 'eciretaly and assoialte judge by the club of which lir. WV lion Is the head. Sal'. Toz'.r states in hii letter that as soon as he received the notiie of his I pl ointment he it once began securing hois's for the Butte and A lianlia omeet ings to be held during the corning sunt mer. Thus far," says Mr. Tozer, "1 have met with mnuth encouragenent, an ot it is safe to iay tha t ii least 300 gallopers will go from this point to Butte. "Moot of those that participated in the meeting last summer will be on houl a Kain, and many tu finen new to t hi people of Montana have expreseed their Intention of sending strings. "Among them are W. Ii. Sink, (". T. hosts, W. P. Magrin', J. W. O'Neill (who oats Iir. Scharf, Frank Bell and Coal oil Johnny), Frank Phillips, Il M. James, Gieirge Miller, John (livens, James Coffey, P. (:. lyneh, L. McArthur, T. H. Stevens, George Ashton, O0 orge Baldwin and Jarms i'Ntlil. Bell Reed Will Come. "Of ('nurse, oome of thi .e tolay not go, but all save Frank Phillips and 1'. If. Stevens have spoken favorably to me on the subject. "Mir. Stevens ani M.r. Phillips are Idnubtful star tors. "Mir. St niield will sind up his itack colt, Bell hetd, the hesi 2-year-oll here. "So far I can count 300 hireis that are altinict i' rta!n to go. "'The riders will not be as expert as we cou'd wuish, but ot.n, goud talent will be dmcveloped. "The list of jockeys thus far corn pris s W'. 'o', Spirciur, Fra wley, I)ymr, Flick. Wmnstleet, Simati, itritilen, Btoze man, Foucon, Fauntl iy, Riowan, Shee han, Duggan, Prior, J. M\ti ariby, Water bury, Tiroxier and L. I:aly. "'T'hei list two are t iiibitul. tiowever, if (eir ge lialdwin's hom .e, go, L. Daly will _o.' Memphis Horses Also Coming. In addition to the ('altfirnii a lhoi'ies, it is reported that somie ii: in Itutte re cently rei elted a l:ter from 'i hia'rles Mulholland, ai Eastern h iorsemani, and In that epistle Mir. Mulholaini hail' stateli that from four io ' carioids of horses would be 'ihipped firiIo Metn phis to B utte In time to p~artit ip'tle In the oe, tintg herei aon in Anneona't. It Ia the in tentiou to mavie 62 days' tcing in tutte and Anaconda. The Butte meeting will be colilmienced June 21 and continue until about the 21st of July, protabl a litte !oioger. The officers of the club tay they In tend to make the meeteig the best Butte has ever had, no matter if it does cost a few dolltra above the receipts. Itobert (urran, assistant secretary, witl leave tomorrow for San Francisco, where he will remain until the close of the meeting in that city. The object of his visit is to consult with ho netemen about the coming meet. Ing In Butte. There is one thing that can be said of Mr. turran: Whatever he tells the turtmen of the Golden Gate city can be raIled upon as being correct. FOOD IS FAIR, SLSAYS HOWARD . SOL LEVY'S WENU BATISBLE8 THE 10 CRAVINGS OF HIS INVOLUIN TARY GUEaflW. If c ACTOR COMPLAINING OF HIS POOR BUSINESS Mrn Coulter Howard, in Duranoe Vile, Because of His Antagonism in *ite's Society, May Be Restored to Liberty.--.econeiliation to Be Bt lected in Butte, if He Will Be Good. "I have played a week stand to very I bad busineda," said Coulter Howard, the k actor who has been confined in the city Jail for the pust week for carrying fire - arms and an alleged assault upon his - wife, who is a member of Al White's company, '"I have done many a stunt," continued t Iloward as he conversed with a friend ® who called to see him this morning, "but a this is a new role." "How Is the food?" inquired the friend. "Well, it is pretty fair," replied How ard. "I suppose it is as good here ns in t other jails?" "I tannot say 1a to that, for this Is the first time I ever was forced to eat jail fo'd." said Howard as he proceeded to roll a cigarette for the "makings." Threatened to Shoot Louise. Itoiiiird was arrestedit a week ago charged with having pointed i loaided piltol at his wife, Louise Tanrter, atnd thre'tening to kill her while she was a;ig for a train in the Northera Pa. cih' depot. lilward'h anit his wife have been troup iM tltI y'ars. While in IButle they quarreled behind the siln's, bitt the fe ight i'performani'e Daine when Mlrs. Howard wanted to l'ave her hus b.ind to go to Pony against his will. Ite andl when he saw It( could not peruadeti htr he tried the more strenuous waiy 11a0 lord says that lit was benMsly intox lt'es tit the time and was not respon sill' fir his adts. II iward has been forgiven by his wife anri fr~iends have Staterrelled It, his be haif and he will likely ii' released this el-sing, as the Al White company Is (liit to r- turn to Btult, and a riwonne~ll ion wit probably hi blroight atiii, JI Mrls, II wa' d says til t l hiih titit li i t' Iii desire toonly fro goad. RIDDELL CONSPIRACY TRIAL The trical of what Is known as thit cian'pirniey snit for $.,2ifl, in whi'h ('oil tracetor J.' A. Itldda Il and Contractor Charles uitir a llit nk i'lerk 4ieorge L. Itaransoy 1r"1 annoi- n ed, was r"eflinrnel ti lu-ge hleirn y's c"11'-1 tu ytu v. At tl f n ye harles blr hall of hitz.ruin, a h' repr':ied t Ii t hiiiell at the i ,'t t Pt ire Architeet Pau(tls'"n and I'ontruelor i-1 toil c, itn f' : ised l to having ippropri' ted nion'iy i l'aging to the firm0 s of Itist ell & Ii i h hou i, It Iid'll t Hull' r, i t is on tie' stoiii ' o Ite slid ed that Taniton confyised to hoitling embezzle,) $,000frl o m h O W 1111-fir 14 aiui that itoeW h inilisted to having aip proliri'itid $7,0nit. 1in stild that l'aulski' agliyd to pay fi'iik $2,0-ln In i ash to Riddehll and gill. the latter a m~ortIgag," on t it.ii houso, h t tt it ills.lsun runaltlr d asavlder, or was said to have ,lone sit. lairshi ll testiiloi i that iriault u anii Jlaal h ini olved ' it.'lsey 1111' Hi' lt r It l thi ;liileged deiaii ' atioins of oliiy front tIe fiyls things1111, h ml that i 'ie a 'iun' s. i which the I Uttr took had nn; been deter nmissd it that limo. Wiooklteepe, Bire'wier was put on rh0 atr nd aftjrwyriit i teaetify is to the balks of the def'unlit contracting firms, aP-d -Ie ias Oil the stand thii afiir BUTTE IN BRIEF. Thi' f jui'li tii' n iiii l t o'ifkga i Nd a ll ril-e ray otisi's ah aiui t Ai . i' . Yi't' lly i'i nsii'' e.in I travueling Htill Xvii 0rvn the ''i Citie fanil hliniigo ati'main l iti Iflr t ixIs, Iwta'liuli('i i'iiitd I Pl'vi' y inataic. 'lo udih'it thts fanijunelus ham is t thi'ailiiii yeI aierdy ihleriloute tog tiH ivi'lin r. ANDMANN IS STORM BOUND Again the opening of the Tlandmnann compJ)any 1s postponed. 1'hlree weeks ago Daniel R. Hiandrnann rea lye(d a large company in New York * la ty at the Grand Opera house in utle. 'They reitched Chicago en route while e toad it was arranged they should av I oVer was blocked by snow. A fler a week's sojourn in Chicago ry left last Thursday hoping to reach ntt' in time to open yesterday in Merc "Merchant of Venice," but again the .elemnnts interfered and they are *in eJth-r a snow drift or a washout, along the Northern Dakota prairies. The in cicent entails a very serious loss to all doncerned, particularly so to Manager Maguire. . At latest accounts the company will possibly get through by tomorrow even 1~1r. Jf they do the opening will take place thursday evening. HERE AGAIN! WELCH FOLDING BEDS NINETY-FIVE OF THEM Mantle, Upright, and Combination styles; Mantles in three quarter and double sizes, Uprights in plain and mir ror fronts, Combinations in book case, desk and bed, and wardrobe, desk and bed, all fitted with woven wire or national springs. The safest, strongest, highest polished. most convenient and durable Folding B3ed made in this or any other country. If no one on your block owns one, call at the store and let us direct you to where you will find one ia use. If its owner does not agree with the statements we have made here we will willingly forfeit our claim to your patronage on WELCH FOLDING BEDS White Sewing Machines Twenty of Them at Cost. $55.00 Ones for $30.00 If its a Wiirm, its right. We are going out of the machine business because we cannot spare the room to display them. Look into this offer. It will pay you to do so. We Pay the Freight rail Us Your Orders Brownfield-Canty Carpet Co 48 to 54 West Park, and 43 to 45 West (inlena Streets, Butte. The Coe Commission Co. Incorporatod Capital and Surplus $300,000.00 STOCKS PROVISIONS B ON DS G R A I N Bought and Sold for Cash or on Margin for Future Delivery We own and operate the moat exten give private wire system in the Unite.d Eta tea. We have built a wire from New York, Ch: go and Minneapolis to Montana puant., for the eclualve use of our cus tomers, giving Instaneoua quota tons of all securitlen and commodities listed on the principal exchanges, and all Im portant news from all over the world. References, 56 National and State Banks Anaconda Ofice, l16'5 Eaat Park Street, Thomas N. Snyder, Local Man ager. Helena Office, 7 and 8 Pittsburg Block, Wm. A. Pryor, Local Manager. Great Fills Ofico, 224 Central Avenue, F. E. Hewett, Local Manager. Livingswon Office, 7 Pontofiice Block, W. L. Alfred, Local Manager. Bozemn n Ofiec, 6 Gallatin Block, .J. J. Hiewart, Local Manager. Billinks Office, 9 and 10 Oruwoll Block. F. It, Bunnell, Local Manager. Butte Office, Hirbour Building A. C. MARTIN, Locel Mgr. WAS CORBETT'S FIGHTING DOG "J* n" ('Ji I'oIt is in ulil. Not thi nuotd prize fighter, but it deg that he' ftrm' riy owned who bira his rblri:mster'. onaei, and for the past Light years has been It pit at the polite 1tation. "When ('orbet: passed through 13ut11 years ag'," said Jauler Levy, "ire gave me that dog," ats he pointed to a little Scotch terror curled tip in the i orner. "'Jim' has never been jick a day and Ilke his original lwvnlr he Is it ighter." FUNERAL NOTICES. WATIftH4.--Mr~s. Thomas Waters, aged 29 yeurn, died today at the faminly resl dlnce, East Daly ltrlIetI Walkerlville. Mineral polle will. appear later. * THE MARKETS. New York Stocks. (ii), Associated 1'ress.) New York .March 31, -llosing- o togkI11: Amnalgilmateli ('opper .......... 03% A tchison ...... .... .................. 77/ do preferred .....................l 71/e lIlmloklyn I pll Transit ............ 15 Peoples' (las ...... ............ i.Jl2'4 iilsville & Nashville .. .......... 106'A Manhattan ...... ..... ..............1337A1 M issouri P2.f1c .......... ....i....1(10 New York Central .................162% Reading ...... .... . . ...... 57% Itockul Island ........ ..................190 St. Paul .......... ..................J1l51 Union Pacifl' ........ ...............10014 do preferred ...... ................ 88 United States Steel ................. 42 do preferred .......... .......... 94 Western Union .. . .. ... l0% Sugar ...... .......... ...............124 Kans'as City Livestock. (fly Attsoe-aterd Jr'rNH.) KiuaH fla,('ty, 24o., March 3'1.-( Sitile- 11(41'jiptil, 7,0001 liead, inclluidng 2,000 'f'ox liac. Mui'kit st'auly. Nativ'e HCL.'Mi, $6.00 (qt.65; 'i't'xua uni a a tiltit slletz, 14.70G(t 6.5(0; '"'exas un'si, $3.50O9u.,0; flit I)Vi' '0(45 oan hei'ris, $:.6006(1.11; Hro'~krc antd h idii'i1, $3t.25(p5.110; blls I, $3,.10x1'5.00; iitlv'.''i, $4.80906.10. S~heep It lren ptH, 9,010( baint Market 41'andy. Muiitons, $5,3045ut.7ti; tIiithi, $6.40¢y6.75; i'uaa" avethiar', $5.366465.10(; e"w' s. $4.00"5.25, Omaha Livestock. Oktno h Omaha, March 31. --C(at tb-- lb ii iptc, 2,9(00 has Il Mar hat active and ct roticrn .Nat an't HleetMH, $1.77i(u6.76; lINt' awl mri t'-cr, $;176(p685; w i-tan streaii , $4.1 005.75; T''Xat 4 tee'rs, $4.0'I(4 $2.25; ceanit~rr, s2tt(4t5 "dk' t'M anal il('(f ic, $3.00650r5(tt; -a I a--. $0,00('7,00; hillti, siagil, it-t $,'1. 7Iit,5.00 1-thai- p a Iti- ju., 1,3001 lipad. Markoet -drandy. JFai inltOtoc, $6.O0'vO.00; west ti n, $4 .Ott' 1.9(1; a-tv. -, $i.Otjss.rio anna mn ainail slon Incr, $3.2604146-5; In rnbc. $5.00 Chicago Livestock. I'laieag, J,\lna-P 31. -(at tl---It''c ipIN, 11,401(1 toad. Market, stia ly. (loud to prime st itir, $1i.60rt7.00; poor to iltteliuim. $4.26(10.40; ctrjclci'is ana I ea larcs. $2.50@' 6,00; tca-a;, $3.28(x65.50; haiti-re, $2.5A0(4.75; (datitits, $.0x. (1..30; hiitt, $2.)O(5-5.10; salt t H, $).1044,6,0tt; 'LI"'xuta frtil 'tiers, $6.00 (406.00. S--vp--Ilt-a ipts, 54,000 head. Manrket, tNle hIgher. (roadt to a-houcr wethar.. $5.00016.41: ('alt to -Iol '-a tmixed, $5.260 5,910; W~esti.rn cheat,, $4 220953.02; native anatntla, $4.25906.76; W-taatttn I~t I~ina, $.5.00 V6a.75. K1i(aans"atl- -'; h 6'e(1()i; tat all c'a,-iiet and furtidlact caui 'as, at I'tlrt).y's. "