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have the oonstant attention of the manufacturers whose output Is rep resented In our stock and the best are adopted, an our latest exhibits will attest. We never rest content with the triumphs of a decade ago but offer Instruments of the latest construction, design and finish. Tou may see something new If you call It's a real pleasure for us to show You about the place. Montana Music Co. 119 N. Main Street Your Last Chance.... This week is the last of the %3 Off Sale /3 We will be located In our New Store Next Week, Corner Park and Academy Streets, New Clark Build. lag. Remember One-Third Off All Goods This Week Only / Montana Book Co. W. H. KLEIN, Manager 200 N. Main St., Butte. 'Phone 294 This Week Only Our successful book sale of last week induces us to continue our offer for the rest of the week. Book Sale--I Off--r/ On all our bound books (except school books). Save money and furnish library now. See Our Window of Late Rooks EVANS' BOOK STORE 124 North flain Street, Butte. The Butte Society Craze Ping Pong The new parlor table tennls game. We have finally succeeded In get ting 0 small order filled. The fac tory Is way behind in filling orders. If you want a set come early, as we are really not sure when we can get another order filled. Great Game! Great Fun! It is the household game of so ciety everywhere today. A Few Seta at $3.00 and $S.50o CALKINS' BOOK STORE 81-87 N, Main St., Butte IIa The Wear out her life over the wood or coal stove; hauling fuel; drawing ashes; splitting kindling; waiting for "fire to start;" waiting for fire to die out before leaving the house; all of which are avoided it she inas a gas range.' Gas Office 202 N. flain THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE RAILWAY Through Line In connection with Oregon Shor' Line and Rio Grande Western, from Utah to Kansas City, St. Joseph, Atchison, Chicago, El Paso, Galveston, City of Mexico and Mining Camps in New Mexico and Arizona. Special attention given to live stock mnd wool shipments. For passenger and freight rates apply to Agents R. G. W. and O. 8. L., or write, C. P. WARREN, Oe'l Agent Salt Lake, Utah. BUTTE CURRENT NOTES Orton Bros.-Pianos and organs. Wanted-Boys at A. D. T. company. * J. G. Bates, tuner, Montana Mu(l3 Co., 119 N. Main street. Tel. 504. " The ladies of the Associated Charities will hold their usual monthly meeting Thursday afternoon at 3 p. m. at their room at the Auditorium. • For bargains In Wall Paper call at the Butte Paint & Wall Paper Co. All 1902 stock ranging from 10 cents, per double roll, upwards. 131 West Park street. * The funeral of Beulah lone, the 12 year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Davenport, took place today from St. John's Epliscopal church, at 2 p. m. Reverend Mr. Glbble officiated. To all our old customers atld the trade: We are now prepared to take orders for ice cream and ices, Present place of business Morris & Co., 41 West Galena, Telephone No. 75. * The members of the Boston & Mon tana band are congratulating Alexander Bargo, of MeadervHle, one of the hand's most popular members, whose wife has presented him with a bouncing baby boy. Articles of incorporation of the C(all fornia Brewing company were filed yes terday. The capital stock is named at $10,000 in 100 shares and the object of the corporation is "to carry on a wholesale and retail liquor and cigar business and conduct a restaurant. There will be a meeting of the directors and members of the Humane society at 7 o'clock this evening. Tile object of tihe meeting is to hear the report of the charges filed by the sheriff of Silver Bow county against J. 1H. Dickson, a special officer, for cruelty. Fred Brown was tried for larceny be fore Justice O'Connor of Walkerville yesterday. Brown was charged with having stolen four suits of clothes from Patrick Frlel. Justice O'C'onnor has taken the case, under advisement and will announce his decision April 17. County Recorder Weston's report for the month of March is as follows: Mis cellaneous instruments recorded and in dexed, $84.25: deeds recorded and In dexed, $347.25; mortgages, $126.95; lode location notices, $54; representation afti davits, $1; instruments filed and indexed, $218; certified coples, $35.50; acknowl edgments, searches and certificates, $10.50; marginal satisfactions, $16; mis cellaneous, $27.75; total, $921.20.' The bakeshop and home of Peter G. Barnett at 12 East Second street was almost totally destroyed by fire last night and the inmates barely escaped with their lives. The explosion of a gasoline stove caused the lire. The children had retired when the explo sion occurred. The flames spread with such rapidity that Barnett and his wife had scant time in which to gather up the little ones and get out of the house. The house is owned by Mrs. John Bra ham. The loss is estimated at $700. For some time past letters have been coming through the mails from green goods men who are supposed to have their headquarters in Port Chester, N. Y. Chief of Police Reynolds recently wrote to the chief of police at Port Chester asking for information concern ing the gang. The chief has received a reply to the effect that the gang was located In the New York town, but suc ceeded in getting away before a capture could he made. The federal authorities are also endeavoring to locate and ap prehend the men. GAMBLING DEN AGAIN RAIDED Gambling dens of the city were raided last night by Under Sheriff McGulgan, Detective Walsh, Deputy Sheriff Fitz simmons and Constable Gleason of Walkerville, and Jack Wolf and Sam Ryder, two alleged gamblers, were ar rested. The arrests were made at the old board of trade rooms at the corner of Park and Main streets. Information had been received that three stud horse poker games were running there. Gleason had a warrant for the gamb lers in his pocket and went up stairs to a room on the second floor of the build ing, and there he was met by a man who threw him down the stairs again. The officers then rushed up the stairs in a body and made an onslaught on the room. They found about fifty men in the place and three stud horse poker tables. The games were not running when the officers entered the rooms, but there was every sign that they had been re cently, for the place was in confusion and the fifty men were not holding a prayer meeting. 'rho officers were told by four men that the games had been running, and they arrested Ryder and Wolf as own ers of the games. Names of other men connected with the games were ob tained and they will be arrested later. Wolf' and Ryder each put up a cash bond for $500 and secured liberty. A room in the Elwood block was also visited by the officers, information hav ing been received that a faro game was running there, a man who had lost $100 there recently, being their informant. They had to kick the door in, and they found only the faro table, the tiger trainers and those who toyed with the animals having vanished. CRONIN' WANTS AIN ASSISTANT The first report of Free Employment Agent Cronin will be sent to the city council tonight. The report will show that a very satisfactory condition ex ists. The report states that between March 10 and March 31 there were a to tal of 387 applications for employment. Ninety-three positions have been filled through the medium of the agency. "I can see no reason," said Mr. Cro nin, "why the agency will not prove a success. The greatest difficulty that I have had to cope with has been that I could not look after the duties of the office, wait upon those who called and at the same time locate the applicants, It the council sees fit to give me an assist and I feel certain that in a short time the agency will be in good working or der." A hill lppx an ordinance creating the oflefe"o' assistant is to be introduced to night. BERT WILLISON, PATRIOT, FIN[D FOR IAKING fLAGS It is not often that a court magistrate is called upon to fine a man for pos sessing more than his share of patriot ism. Yet such was the case yesterday when Justice Libby in Meaderville, wrote the words "one and costs," Opposite the name of Bert Willlson, The justice delivered a lecture to the defendant and told him that if he ap peared again before the court on a similar charge he would be flied heavi ly. Williaon stood charged In the Indict mert with having "unlawftully possessed himself with two flags helunging to one A. 0. Barnes, said flags representing re spectively, the United States and Ire land." Willison and Barnes are neighbors, and among the most treasured posses sions of the latter up to St. Patrick's day were two large silk flags, one show ing the colors of tihe stars and stripes, while the other was richly dyed In "tUreen Erin's" proverbial nolors. The flags have long been the envy of Willisou and when St. Patrick's day TO OROANIZE CLUB IOI CLUB PL[AS.S ELKS PREPARE FOR MrIGRATION TO SALT LAKE CITY. MONTANA TO MAKE SHOWING State Lodges of Elks to Go on Special Trains to Whoop It Up for the Treasure Common wealth. If preparations count for anything the excursion of Silve'r loiw Lodgl' No. 140, of the Elks, to the grand lodge which meets In Salt Lake (lily in Atugust, \\li be a grand suc, tss. The melnbers of I lie local lodge have issued the followinlg circular letter: i)ear Sir and lBrother: TheJ'h' undter signed comlmitte was appointdll by Sil ver Bow lodge, for the Ipurpolse of or ginizing Into a c(lub those of our Inten hers who desire to atiteLnd the grand lodge meeting, to bl held in Salt Lake City on August 12, 1:3 and 14, 190t2. To Enroll as Club. Experiences of sister lodges has shown that it Is very desirable to have tlhose meinbers who intend to take part in the annual reunion enlroll thlemil Ives in a club. In this way we will lind out Just how many are going, and (ca n make the lnecessary arrangenienllts in rt'gr1d to sleepingeiii rs, tIrllln it o rIitatllon and accosi mondations at Salt Lake. The grand lodige htas never before been held so near Iutte, and the opiportullity is one which no brother can afford to overlook. A rranigetienlts are Ibintig made by the Salt Lake brethren for the enter tainment of the visitors on atn elaborate scale. Those who attend the grand lodge will comne in contact with the veterans oft the order. They will seit its greatest menm bers at their best, anld from them learn what the order is accompllilshing and what It is striving for. Salt Lake Meeting. The Montana Elks will go to Salt Lake In a body, and ,a state commitltee has been applointed to look after the gent'ral arrangements. A sultable unlformn has been decided upon by the state :omminit tee. It has been decided to tax each mem bIer who attends from the state the sum of $10. The money raised in this way will bie used to pay the expenses of the hand, to maintain a Montana head quarters at Salt Lake and to entertain those who visit our *headquarters. This assessment will be collected by the local committee of each lodge and turned over to the state committee. We have decided to collect the assess ments In four Installments, payable on April 1, May 1, June 1 and July 1, re spectively. The payments are to be made to the secretary, who will issue receipts for the same. Go to the Secretary. It is requested that all who intend to go to Salt Iake enroll thentselves as soon as possible, as we must make our arrangements for transportation, etc., at an early date. The committee will gladly furnish any Information relative to the mattter on application. The secretary can be found at 36 North Main street (over ited Boot shoe store), and at the lodgeroom on meeting nights. In case a nlember has paidl the assess ment in full and finds that he cannot at tend the grand lodge meeting, $; of his assessment will be returned to him. ('ommittee-P. C. Gillis, chairman; W. H. Haviland, vice-chairman; len. E. Harris, treasurer; I. W. (Genzeberger, W. J. Naughten, secretary. Office hours of secretary-9 to 12 a. in.; 1 to 5 p. in.; 7 to 9 p. m. BARTENDER DIES AT PIPESTONE George R. Jones of Hamilton, Mis soula county, died at Plpesto)le Slprings Monday night or yesterday miornlag, the exact hour of his death not being known, his body being found about 7:30 o'clock in the morning. Jones is said to have been a bartender In Hamilton, and leaves a wife and two children there. He went to the Springs last Friday, and after entering his room was not seen alive again. He was 111 at the time, but refused to take medicine offered him by Dr, Casey, the Springs physician. CLERKS ORGANIZE SOCIETY The retail clerks of the ctlly have or ganisled a society and christened It the Butte Clerks' Literary and Art society. Articles of Incorporation have been filed in the office of the county clerk. The life of the society is to be twenty years, and only members of the Clerks' union are eligible to active membership In it. The trustees for the first year are: George E. Daly, F. J. Parker, D, C, Courtney, John Lee and F. B. Price, dawned, he could no longer resist the teml1atlon. Stealing into Barnes' house he took the gay utiihl,itns frout their hiding place andJan hotur later was proudly waving thent aloft In an uptown-parade. Ihn extenlauttion of his Indiscretion, WIlIItIQn explained to the court that his fatI.r wits born under the protection of the Anmcrian flag while ,his mother halt4d 'fron tlh county of Kllkenny In "Ouid Ir~iatld." "ottU se judge." said Wllllson, "I In herlIed a lIove for both flags and I took them part ly through a spirit of patri otlsln ttdl partly as a joke." "And hew far did you ear'ry them?" aisled .Itlige. lAbby. "Oh, He t'ral milns I should say." "Iwlll lnle you one dollar anti costs for exlhitnl g a, dangeroRus tountlll of patriotism, Mr. Wlllllon," said the dlgnl tied ju.tice. "1anid also for ctarrylnt a joke too far. You may alsto return the flags." "lie who da:ltlces must pay the tlhllller," mused \Villson,. as he broIlught forth somne bills .I d laid his tlne and thei tOstt o011 the' justice 'our| t eik. BOYS FROM BOZEMAN COLLEGE GIVE ENJOYABLE PROGRAM. ENCORES WERE NUMEROUS Select Audience Voices Hearty Ap preciation of Rollicking Songs of College Life-Solos Catch the Applause. ( 'v 'ri htl 0l· .l , ] l, e, l.r .it o f g o l i n i u si c lIIs L , leI t. th,' I.l1,'*" .'lub ior I h,' .1 ll lttn i H;"t tta , 11',iih,. t" t nnlh ' Ml nlii Vhew Mit hodibt c'htirtih itlt!t nigh, Th. ' onl - ' t'(,l'l, 1.'.1.1 1( tlillrt iioY1~ IIP14lt. 11I tile Ilia0 cncI , a lliln uilrl f11 hl p lill;lllc I' ti)e Lai," all 'a"ac lllt mti'iri.'l 'il r :tnl.iI, tIa thm i ili ctii, l!i h\on. I. T .' uiiii g-'ii lin l" 1 '. 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I sall' th 2(1 ' 11, 1 ,u lly l '.nX, id' l i'l2 itie vice,'lo witb show edive tnc of entefu t'3inlllg. I ( ll l v i ll fotp i2 l ,ul('ail "Il ithe Da.rik, ill h,, f~low." Tehe W ll.l thme l a1 3olh2 ioId or. i.omc Ason ts, kl 1 the 1di1ll'nce i 21 i l('orl'. mandte all 1111 Iun (12011isi'n 10'('yut l Icohlort .hihl wasc next ijoyd, alfl or whil'h l hi2 ia. n cll . tl h 'o n llill ert w ii t"he bodKeiy. n 2' D gnito." W 'he1ng, 31r(flg in's l'In who ' ot' o'IIg I o' the anb, wilro h aIh hle' aIloe', m3r. ('urdr, vdesri (lo ie ,an tah llIed for thl 'ex nn MarlllDe o i heir wtrilmon , hllaid it thoy .oir l i isa i k uill lhiay n 'at 1s se1 'f: or ht viue w Inig I h ls lg7 , O ' udio'c.A rha ehtn wihh bey g lventhed l0't yi-git. JAMES RYAN DIES IN MINE d (t illa ill 3 ll 8 i42 Wetrl anite Of 1 r 0((k, JI In IA the ing trip to CalIrn Iai i s.: o'('lo(k .yi'l'lltirda afternl'loon. Tlh(, billy las nnied bT iathe rie and glllrod om. 1 esore thel hi not bemphti declar' t iol mhoagh by Mrs. Susan histi anf tiaI xhe Woon wnoitllp tierthusbanl d'ils tine aln thatithe wanted t e u o alh cyoul get a wbuket la andil d whi se ou, tile ninth tin , oz',f' the 1,:;00 fool)[ l,'v+l in Mgrs. Cit ta liledg WUton. Jaltel' ly there ailnd ealy l x(ept o'inl andlr.he s'ectoL whi \lbh gav'( maly. Ilud lh!" IIul, ( banded 011 10an as ok ted that dthe keyt wolUld ]hai\( boostl hl'atly. The en;vl'-(in beganll ril the twllflth ifo;r be the 1,4(0 tht le nuxtsband toil e s11 illflor ofthl 1( 1,200l-fool o hvlol. Tlhe fae l of edt. h aiol Iock io loti i i .a In quatf'yng heOrt fc tionl toDa it t Poinit f~lo0 r','l I': l iof the, Iitill .shaft anld bet ween tilt Ana((;ondl(( and Hlit. L Liw As sIool at. (1ll: aw'idll l.t ",\a repl,(ited and the sltuiation~ coluhl bh. ,ur\voyed, willling h'ands set to work tio watic'(h for the body. Owing tol thi difflettitiy lin w.roting, iprogre~ss in rem' i ngl~ll. 11(i, ieirlh and rock hais belen Flowv. It m(Iay tbe iseve/'lil days before the Iboly 1;. rt.,v ('red. Ryatn was unmarried. WVEQDING BELLS RING TONIGHT Anna Marie Dr'lscoll will be marriedI to Cornellus Patrhck C'tllahan at St. Patrrlpk's church this evening. The time set Tfyr the wedding in 7:30 o'('loc.k A r=eception will be Kiven the newly-wed. ded .ahr at 843 West Granite street froml 9i to 11 o'clock, A . wedding trip to Cialifornia is planned for the bride and groom, AND SUSAN FO~RGivE~s STEPHEN D~espite the emphatic declaration miade by Mrs. ,Susan Christian that she would not pay hler husband's fine and t~hat if he wanted to get out of' Jail he -could get a bucket and ball himself out, ,r.4rg Christian called upon Jailer Levy bright and early this mnorning and hand ed out $10 and asked thlat the key be turned so that her husband might be released. In qualifying her cticton today with SDinner Sets On On SSale Sale This This Week' Week Bargains This week we mark down several styles in very pretty dinner sets, re. ducing the price in some cases one-third, in others one.fourth less than regular. See display in Granite street windows. $12.00 Set for $9.75 $22.oo Set for $16 All Inw ftrnny hii ahles, light blue Dlinner sit of high gride Anmerl Rtloll decorations, light I11n wright r ien porceltLin. I w faI . nc sthali. nd tl very piecei full alze. A har- bright pink flornl ldecotl'ottnllO n gala; $.75 for one hundred piecesh,. giil trlintod; $16.00 eeL of one hundrel pllea e.. $20 Set for $15.00 $15 Set for $10.00 I lolnnio ist of li:igll.lh semi-n.orete'- V's ry fancy shi a ei"i, large Mlae, lain, htavy 11 ' l 1lu d(oli r1ti ltiii1; well airria lgi. gold 1111nd, green 44iw liiiI a ll a lit\t 4ils 11 i , ' rl itl- hand iink tllh ul iish lains; all piltce ltion size; nio only $I,00 U 't of walirranteld I tn,,Ii . Il,',tent price, lono hiu dredii' i piecei. $10.0110 for iioil h Iundred i tlcet. Women's Petticoa°ts On liennessy's Second Floor band petticoats that have no draw string. Prices from $S.So to $6. o0 each. Women's Petticoats Women's Petticoats - BMlerorlzeld Iptticoats, gtotl qlunl- Mert~rczed piticoamt, good lquall- \ dtl, rullle and three rows of cundlilg Ily, i nedlum wtwelght, cut full width wirou id buttomn, cut full w hlith in w oth " 1w r los around l rll m. ll, S all tlligittlh ; black only. P'rice $1.25 ei , blk oly. ic 1. t. Ml'ercerizetI d p-!thitoatl of very f .n l8lkullne pitllltlt h , in b1lalck only, quallity, in iki anitl light bllue, cut wilth net irdlli pilLitd Iloune very wildei, nae wilth dleep filounce :rl'llltd blitto,ll ; cut full w lidth, with nl i tl ilia idi with lute and lnser S stnall dust rulilll; light in weiiglht, tloii. A veriy effc.ifcl style. Pl'liu ad iin all , le ngth, l 'ricle $1.50 o) ch. $4,11 (l each. Butterick's Latest Patterns and The Delineator Now Ready. Mail Orders Butt ana to Montana SPRING SUITS Correctly cut in the new prevailing spring styles-superbly tailored. Incomparable fitting properties in the widest variety of weaves and colors. Artistic productions of America's foremost makers of men's high-class apparel ". % New spring effects in men's fashionable suits. The new mil itary style; in all wool materials . . of black and blue serges, untin ished worsteds, cheviots and cassimeres, in neat striped ef lects anld stylish checks and plaids, either single or double breasted style. Merchant tail ored through and through. SYour Choice o3' Our 50 Distinct Pubrics $15.00 SIEGEL'S The Clothing Corner. I Hi Cfl her LLnser:'iljnM of yeatni-"ay Mrs. (.'hrls tiazi said thatt hri' ehtdzr,"n had Iiinter ('aid In tiII( itath1r'M I hit If. T'he sc'ne In the jilcr4's ntiIIc hardly Lure out thi ttatemttiot, fur when ('hrfetian with whom siuha Itil ttet'1(Itty qluarreled Ainriday night, aiam' up firnt the jail his wlho fell on his neck and wept. Attention! Memnliat'i ofi Itnil ii t..tlow-ir~y rtigin errs' tiijicn. All ill)ttii4 rh ItOs 'itfliro LttidO to he preosent of the nest reugnlutt meet ing, April hd, 130r2. Iiusines.m i f ititlalrt tine". ly ordinr of lirem'slent. 1'. A. 3TFVI ;: NS. Proposals for Teams. IT. . H. Ingineer otlie, Sioux City, Iowa. April I, 1902. Healed prolposals will be Ieeelvcidt at U. S. 1.ngineesr oitlee, Yellow. stowI" 'urk, until 4 p. m., May 15, 1903, and tih:n opened, or furnlishing teams, ,!,e., fo.r road work in park fur season of 1902. Informal:lo furnished on upplica tio. to this ofliei Richards THE BUTTE UNDERTAKER i roct.ll Undortlakcrs ond Embalmers. 40 W. I'arl St., Butte. Phone 301.