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WAR ON GAMS,
SAYS MR. BREEN COUNTY ATTORNEY DECLA..RE HIS INTENTION OF STOPPING ALL GAMBLING. DENOUNCES NEGLIGENCE OF DEMOCRATIC POLICE Declares the Way the Police Wink at Gambling in Butte Is Disgusting Nervy OfRcial May Join in the Raids to Make Certain That Offenders Are Caught and Punished. "The rahling of the glatmbling rooms anil tlIhe arrest of the two gtganllters, W'olf :anl Rtyder, last night was only the first shot ll the war," ('ounty Attorney Breen said today. "It l.t disgutlllg the way the pollee let gambnllilg go on hre'. I am not emplon yed to d li ,et' or4" sheriff's work h.r', bill I'11 go llong tiy self to the rI'lta.; that NwNill hit n tlo' hil ' e after" f I ha 've to. I'll it t' l l tIlllt i to stop gambll ing iln hillt'." •Mr. Ilr, r n i,,. 10'thd tie gam. bling phlace run by Wol\ f and Ity'ler an'i oth r's in the old li.e, ld of ''Io'e totins it the (cOrn"" of 'ark anl Ma1Itin, and Iy the Shhiy brothers ll I rooms i ill In thei "Elw o d block h low , the 'ity hall. Ie said that the lBoard of T''rade g am lhing r' ,oo s al like | (h i| es.. up, lu mt Cla.s, with tithe ntai1 li to ' io 'iioo's. uil ie, pltol.'s tl,.y oli litaill. "Whli y, tha e a '1."e) a i lit like i i b i t- ii, t lte s.lid. "it wouit t '. 'iyoui Igood to see 11' h' , 1' ' outluhti to go iand ti ke a Itio tu olre of it for the tr,.0"r' I1, d..loi',rd that lher,' :1l4" tinh e' or tla ie . hif Ma in luI ',trk, iln .'aid thati thil' "i'rough \otki i t" u. I'I n littll )'o om at ti he enl iof itflight ,01' te'I's, I, .l ing from se''Viral 4, or, id'loiir, ul'er hit, iolin rI if of ai smlii ll Iuil'i ng, th t:i folrilli A-n .ll ll* at l'' to i th iin.il1i hliildlinl.;. When Police Are Blind. "TI''here i i raom :144 not .o1 1d, 'p in he h iltllill ." 4', h 'e 4h y r1n 41 . 4ll'.-' 1%h l n the'y th 1ll1 it Is l i af',. ', That l'rouo is o(II the 11 r'ight s ,ou g4o in. 'r[hlre are hor'S ('lit In all the wa41, and it's 41a4y to get atway," xplla Lnld the , c'outy a4 The I)'1.phol es pal(h I lli ly d4 4gunst'ed AMr. Jr, .n, and the dtrs hIt it ahl the i gamnil,li'rs to rest'5al4. "Il', a dis'grace f I Pu.i t it '4 raI\' l)lacel' sh,,ul t he ailolwredI to , xi-t in the111( town," ;a',i his colni't4'iit. tH said that the faf l illi,, foun.t last 1141ight in 144illm I of thi' :.h l'4lw )o d loc(k t is a veteran of 4four rti,.s, an4 has he n at the city hall in its trave'ls, having leen 1'roughit thff r4 !,y Polle' i'tma Mc- I G;lynn after one ,f his raids. The ,fiShaysi, w1ho rln that plance a(cco.(rd ilng to `Ir. l'reln.. ha;ve moved arflllunldi considerably with their animnal .,show 'whos0 e 111mtlS] 'Il is the 114 1 e asfi that of Tammany hall, but the4y evidently have not b f(.n 11 5 u4·4' igd.. "Flr.Ft Ihey were 1n Itonms 1 and 2 In the ElwoIo block. Then they went to the York 1blok. From that pIla(ce they removed to the ro)Inai over the railroad office, and now' they are4' 14ack in Itoom 1 of the ]Elwoul block. "It is easier to keep the tiger '0n the lo4e4' than to go (out of busifnes,s,'' saittl MIr. 1P'reon. To Convict the "Gams." lie de'hared that he has evidence to convcl(t the men arrested last night and others who are to he arrested as soon as the oflcers can find them. -He coln p(lled the m.niif arrested last evening to put up $1,000 for their liberty, and he 'aid ,(tay that4 the mI1oney would help the public ss'hols mnak.e good citizens who would not gamble. Concerning thie trade rooms place lhe Telated that the main lookoult there roosts on a chair in a roIo)st1 at the h'4ad of the stairs antd looks at the ilncooll4er through a hole In a plcturc. After the visitor passes that wa'tc'her he comres under the eyes of others dis tributed along the halls behind the walls. If he looks good to the gallblers the'y pass him in and get his money while he is trying to got thelir,. If he looks like an otlcer there is a signal given, and thfen there is a sudden scurrying and the n4ultl1farlous doors open and vomilt forith the "gaims" Into outer darkness and saf'.ty. Mr. Preen says heI has one witness who lost $100 at the biard of trade plac(e. The man says that he went into the place and got a drink with another man and was doped, and that when he next knew anything he was oiut $100 which he had In his clothes. lie complailned to the police, ,Mr. ]Bre'en says, and the l4t-. ter Investigated. "The policeman came back," Mr. Breen said, "and told him that he had lost only 7.50--that he hadn't lost $100-and that was all they would do for him. Silver Bow Circle No. 239, Women of Woodcraft, will have a meeting to transact all business on Thursdav, April 8, at 2:30 p. m. By order of * GUARDIAN NEIGIIBOR. IT eURES! WHAT CURES? 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Our illustrated book on the Skin and its Diseases contains -much plain and practical information about eruptive diseases, their cause and cure, how to take care of the skin, etc., that will be of inestimable value to all sufferers. We will mail you a copy free. Write us about your case and our phyvicians will ;ggladly furgPish any information or advice desired without charge. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMP.A Y, ATANTA, GA. PARRINI'S HEAD TO BE BUFFETED At the meeting of the city council to night the only matter that is likely to call for any discussion may follow from the notice which will be served on the council by Mayor Davey that Policeman Emanuel Parrini stands suspended. In this the mayor has confirmed the action of Chief of Police ItReynolds In suspend ing the patrolman, and it now remains to be seen what the members of the council will do. The appointment by the mayor of Dr. ST. J. Sullivan as city physician will be up to the council for confirmation to night. When asked today whether his appointment was to be confirmed to night, Dr. Sullivan said: 1 "I understand that the matter will r come up tonight, and so far as I am aware my appointment will be con r frmed by the council, at any rate I have heard nothing to the contrary." "Do you intend making any changes in the health department or the sanitary system of the city?" Dr. Sullivan was asked. a "Not for the present at least, only that matters will be carried out as they are s prescribed by the state board of health and city ordinances and state laws, as near as possible. "it will not be my purpose to conduct the health department of the city with a view to economy, and I think that a n step in that direction has already been made in making satisfactory arrange Sments with the board of county com mlmissioners with referencc to the care and maintnance of patients suffering with infectious and contagious diseases." There is considerable speculation as to wt hat the action of the council will be with reference to Policeman Parrlni's case. The members of the council have declined to express an opinion in antici pation, but it is generally believed that the action of the mayor in suspending the officer will be approved, In addition to other matters of a rou tine nature the report of Fire Chief Sanger will be submitted. The report will show that during the month of March the department responded to 12 alarms and that the fires entailed a property loss of $6,650. The report of Street Commissioner John McLaughlin will show that the sum of $3,797 was expended during the month in cleaning and repairing the streetq of the city. REV. E. S. FARRAND IS CALLED Itev, Charles F. RIichardson of Great Falls presided at the congregational meeting at the Immanuel Presbyterian church last evening. The purpose of the meeting was to make a call for a minister and it was decided to issue the call to Rev. E. S. Farrand, a brother of the Great Falls church pastor, who is at present at Stanburg, Missouri. Rev. Mr. Farrand is a graduate of the West Theological Seminary of Pennsyl vania. He enjoys a splendid reputation as a preacher and an organizer, SECOND MINING LAW LECTURE Judge John B. Clayberg, the eminent barrister of Helena, delivered his second lecture on mining law to students of the state school of mines in Judge Harney's court room last evening. Beside the mining law class the lecture was at tended by a hnumber of other people who found it interesting. Judge Clayberg discussed the location of a mineral vein and the various mat ters bearing upon that subject last night. The lecture was divided into the following heads: "Vein of Lode,' "Vein in Place," "Citizenship," "Discovery," "Marking Boundaries," "Posting No tices on the Claim," "Acts of Complet ing Location," "The Recording' of the Claim," "Purpose," "Natural Object 'or Permanent Monument," "Veriication," "Miscellaneous Cases on Questions of Location." All of the subdivisions of the subject were handled in a masterly manner, and the listeners to Judge Claybe g could not help being greatly beneflt by his clear exposition of the subject 3n liand. The object of the present res of mining law lectures is to famil rite the mining engineering class at the school of mnines with such law, the business which they follow in life being closely connected with it. There will be eight more lectures, two each week, from now on until comn pleted. Judge Clayberg will go through the entire subject of mining law in the lectures. BUTTE AMATEUR MINSTRELS If the Butte Choral society, which gives a minstrel entertainment at the Broadway tonight, will make as good a showing as it did at the rehearsal last night, it will make a hit with the audl. ence. The choruses, "Hall Smiling Morn," and "The Soldiers' Chorus," which are to be sung in the first part of the pro. gram, were excellently rendered, and will undoubtedly bring an encore. The second part of the entertainment consists of scenes from "The Mik:do," "Pinafore" and "The Pirates of Pen zance," which are tuneful and' well sung. Buck and wing dancing by' George Levy and E. Clayborne; a slide. trom. bone solo by W. L. H. Northey; a cor net duet by E. Stanwaway and W. J. Knight; a solo on the concertina by G. V. Stevens; character songs 'by John Baglin and a specialty by deompt, make up an excellent program. Alexander Mackel will act as tliterloeo utor and Jack Baglin, I3en MiPyle, W. K~llar and E. Clayborne will keep the house in good spirits with thqr funny end work. WANT PHILIPPINE WITNESS Ex-Governor Smith, who is practicing law in Butte now, has opened a corre spondence with General Chaffee, who is soldiering in the Philippines, concerning a soldier named Shaughnessy, whose testimony is needed at the trial of the civil suit of G. W. Karlman against Michael Jennings in Judge Clancy's court Karlman sued Jennings for $2,298.90, which he alleged the latter wrongfully took out of their business while they were partners in contracting for house building a couple of years ago. The case was to have been tried yesterday, but was continued to June 17, so that Karlman could get Shaughnessy's evi dence from the Philippines. Karlman alleged that Shaughnessy, who was bookkeeper to the firm, told him that Jennings manufactured a number of fictitious time checks against the firm and drew down $1,298.90 on them and also instigated J. A. Grant to bring a suit against the firm for $2,700, when he only had a claim for $1,700, and then induced Karlman to agree to its settle ment. A Valuable Folder and Map. A large folder which is called No. 21 of the Four Track Series, has been issued by the passenger department of the New York Central Lines. This folder bears the title "Round the World by Way of New York and Niagara Falls In Sixty to Eighty Days." It contains a large amount of information of a cosmopoli tan character, and an excellent railway map of the United States, showing the railway systems in good proportion. This folder is a sequel to the address given by Mr. Daniels before the Inter national Commercial Congress at Phila delphia, and serves to Illustrate the Sutton's Broadway Theater Two Nights, Commencing Wednesday, April ad. - The Butte Minstrels Strictly First-Class. Composed of the Best Talent in the City. 40 Chorus of Forty Volces 40 Danoing, Character Songs, Instrumental Duets and Solos. Seats reserved. Mon day morning at 10 a. m. Prices, $1, 75c, 50c 25c. SUTTON'S FAMILY THEATER Four Nights and Sunday Matinee, Com mencing Sunday. March 30. A Positive Hit--Lincoln J. Carter's Greatest Success The Eleventh Hour Carefully chosen cast, Headed by the sweet singer, CHAS. A. (Karl) GARD NER. Seats on sale Saturday morning 10 a. m. Prices, 75c, 50c, 25c. immense debt which the manufacturing and commercial interests of the country owe to transportation lines torthe effec tive manner in which they hal d adver tised the products of American soil, mines and mills to th.e people of every country on the,globe. The map which accohipanies tis folder Is unusually clear and distinct, and thie coloring and shading are artistically treated. A copy )f this folder will be sent free, postpaid, :n receipt of three cents in stamps by George H. Daniels, General Passenger Agent, New York Central, Grand Central Station, New York.-From the Travelers' 3fficlal Rallway Guide. Chicago Is one of the wonders of the ~0th century. No city in the history of she world has had an equal growth or treater development in a corresponding ength of time. It is the world's greatest rallroad center, and its manufacturing nterests are being multiplied each year. bout 3,000 railroad passenger trains rrive at and depart from Chicago every 4 hours-some of them marvels of solid Iplendor. A writer In an Eastern jour nal recently, dwelling upon the subject if Chicago and its railroads, singles out he Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul as he greatest of our Western lines and ts St. Paul-Chicago' Pioneer Limited rains as without doubt "the famous rain of the world." LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. ELECTION NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that on the first Monday in April (April 7), 1902, at the designated polling places in the sev eral wards of the city of Butte, Silver Bow county, state of Montana, a general election will be held for the following officers of said city, viz: One alderman from the First ward. One alderman from the second ward. One alderman from the Third ward. One alderman from the Fourth ward. One alderman from the Fifth ward. One alderman from the Sixth ward. One alderman from the 'Seventh ward. One alderman from the Eighth ward. Also, for the determination of the ques. abutting and contiguous territory in ac tion of annexing to the city of Butte the cordance with Ordinance No. 642, of the series of ordinances of the city of Butte. The polls of said election will be open at 8 o'clock In the morning and continue open until 6 o'clock in the afternoon of the same day. The polling places in the several wards have been established as follows, to wit: First Ward-No. 21 East Quartz street. Second Ward-Northeast corner Gran Ite and Montana streets. Third Ward-Mellies' carpenter shop, near northeast corner Broadway and Arizona streets. Fourth Ward-Sutton's opera house, West Broadway. Fifth Ward-No. 330 East Park street. Sixth Ward-Northwest corner Galena street and Itenshaw alley. Seventh Ward-No. 1268 East Second street. Eighth Ward-Miller block, No. 549 South Main street. Dated this 20th day of March, A. D. 1902. W. K. QUARLES, Clerk of the City of Butte. NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION. Notice is hereby given that an election will be held on Saturday, the 6th day of April, 1902, in School District No. 1, Sil ver Bow county, Montana, for the pur pose of electing four (4) school trustees, for the term beginning on the third Sat urday in April, 1902, and ending on the third Saturday in April, 1904. The following questions will also be submitted to the registered voters in said school district, to be voted upon at said time, to-wit: "Shall bonds be issued and sold to the amount of one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000), bearing four (4) per cent in terest, redeemable in ten (10) years and payable in twenty (20) years, for the purpose of purchasing school lots and building school houses thereon?" "Shall the school trustees of School District No. 1 (1) of Silver Bow county, Montana, be empowered and authoriz-d to sell the Jefferson school site, situated in East Walkerville, Silver Bow county, Montana, which property is particularly described in a deed recorded in Deed Record 'G' at pages 14 and 15 of the record of deeds of Silver Bow county, Montana, together with the improve ments thereon and the appurtenances thereunto belonging." The polling places at which said elec tion will be held.in said school districts are as follows, to-wit: For School Election District No. 1, con sisting of registry precincts Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, the polling place will be at the Blaine school house, situated in Center ville, Montana. For School Election District No. 2, consisting of registry precinct No. 17, the polling place will be at the south en trance of the Lincoln school house, situ ated on West Broadway street, Butte, Montana. For School Election District No. 8, con sisting of registry precincts Nos. 5, 8, 10 and 15, the polling place will be at the north entrance of the Lincoln school house, situated on West Broadway street, Butte, Montana. For School Election District No. 4, con sisting of registry precincts Nos. 6, 7, 9, 11, 12 and 14, the polling place will be at the north entrance of the Washington school building, situated on East Broad way street, Butte, Montana. For School Election District No. 5, con sisting of registry precincts Nos. 13, 20, 22, 23 and 25, the polling place will be at the Broadway street entrance to the Washington school building, situated on East Broadway street, Butte, Montana. For School Election District No. 6, con sisting of registry precincts Nos. 16, 18 and 19, the polling place will be the Gar field school building, situated on Colorado street, Butte, Montana, For School Election District No. 7, con sisting of registry precincts Nos. 21, 24 and 28, the polling place will be the Mon roe school building, situated on the northeast corner of Arizona and First streets, Butte, Montana. For School Election District No. 8, con sisting of'registry precincts Nos. 27 and 28, the polling place will be the Greeley school, situated in the Silver Bow Park addition to Butte, Montana. For School Election District No. 9, con sisting of registry precinct No, 29, the polling place will be the Madison school building, situated in the Boulbvar4ddd~ tion to Butte, Montana. MI < Gas Roasted Coffee The only plasce n the state where you can get coffee fresh from the roaster and retailed at jobbers' prices. ,"Old Glory," my great leader, 3k; three kdunds, $1.00. PETER M'HtENRY, tle Coffee Roast er. Button's New Grand, corner Broad way and Montana, 'Phone ST7A. DR. CHUNG'S Celebrated Herb Sanitar lum. Guarantees to cure all diseases by means of his famous Chinese medi cines, never before intro duced Into this countri . He has cured, thousands, and can oure you. Advice free. 9 W. Galena street, Butte, Mont. J. D. M'63r30R VETERINARY SURGEON. Honorary graduate of the Ontario Vet erinary college, Toronto, Canada. Treats all diseases of domesticated animals ac cording to scientific principles. Office at Marlow's stables. 104 Bouth Main street. Telephone 293. All cases prompt. ly attended to. Polls will be open from 8 o'clock a. m. to 12 o'clock m., and from 1 o'clock p. m. until 8 o'clock p. m. The elector shall prepare his ballot on said bonding proposition by crossing out thereon parts of the ballot In such man ner that the remaining part shall ex press his vote upon the question sub raitted. JOHN WESTON, County Clerk. MINING' APPLICATION NO. 4504. United Statcq Land Office, Helena, Montana, March 5, 1902. Notice is hereby given, that Carl J. Cepell, whose postoffice address Is Butte, Mont., has this day filed an application for a patent for 1,500 linear feet, the same being for 1,220 feet in southeasterly and 280 feet in northwesterly direction from the point of discovery on the Johanna C. Lode Mining Claim, situ ated in unorganized mining district, Jefferson county, Montana, the position, course and extent of the said mining claim, designated by an official survey thereof, as Survey No. 6526, township No. 3 north, range No. 7 west, a notice of which was Losted on the claim on the 3d day of March, 1902, and being more particularly set forth and described In the official field notes and plat therecf on file in this office, as follows, to wit: Beginning at the northwest corner No. 1, a granite stone, 6x7x4 inches above ground, marked 1-6528, from which ini tial point No. 2, established for Surveys in fraction township 8 north, range 7 west, bears north 48 degrees 10 minutes west, 6064 feet, and running thene: south 68 degrees 50 minutes east 15G00 feet to northeast corner No. 2; thence south 1 degree west, 613 feet to south east corner No. 8; thence north 03 de grees 50 minltes west 1500 feet southwest corner No. 4: thence north ; degree east 613 feet to corner No. 1, the plafe of be ginning. Containing an area of 19.81 acres as claimed by the above named ap plicant for patent r ,00 The location of this mire Is recorded in the office of the recorder of Jefferson county, on page 263 in Book 21 of Lodes Bounded on the north by Survey No. 4856, the Baltimore Lode, John Cam eron, applicant, and on the west Survey No. 6889, the Davenport Lode, Robert McBride, applicant. GEORGE D. GREiNfl, Register. JOS. H. HARPER, U. S. Claim Agent. (First publicat'on March 6. 1902.) MINING APPLICATION NO 4,498. United States Land Office, Helena, Mob tana, February 20, 1902. Notice is hereby given that the Ana conda Copper Mining company, a cor poration existing under the laws of the state of Montana, by John Gillie, its at torney in fact, whose post office address is Butte City, Montana, has this day filed its application for a patent for 41 linear feet, being 27.5 feet easterly and 18.5 westerly from the center of discov ery shaft of the Jim H. lode mining claim, upon which a notice of Intention to apply for a patent was posted on February 14, A. D. 1902, situated in Sum mit Valley (unorganized) mining district, Silver Bow county, state of Montana, and desigrated as Survey No. 5,825, in fractional township 3 north, range 7 west, and being more particularly de scribed as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the southwest corner, which is the point of intersection of the third course of Survey No. 846,and the east end line of Survey No. 1,654, a porphyry stone set In the ground with a mound of earth along side, and marked 1-5,825 for Corner No. 1, from which the quarter section corner on the south boundary of section 7, fractional township 8 north, range 7 west, bears south 32 degrees 4 minutes west 1,810 feet, and running thence south 88 degrees 49 minutes east 41.5 feet; thence north 11 degrees 18 minutes east 17 feet; thence north 88 degrees 49 minutes west 41.5 feet; thence south 11 degrees 16 minutes west 1: feet to the place of beginnhig, containing an area of .016 acres, of which .008 acres are in conflict with Survey No, 586, not claimed, leaving .008 acres claimed by the above named applicant. The location of this claim is of record in the recorder's office of Silver Bow county, state of Montana, in Book "T" of lode records at page 69. The adjoining claims to these premises are Survey No. 586, Modoo lode, lot 42, Joel W. Ransome et al. applicants, on the northeast; Survey No. 846, Alex Scott lode, lot 93, Charles S. Warren at al. applicants, on the south; Survey No. 1,654, Sunnyslde lode, lot 241, James A. Murray et al. appllcants, on the west. GEORGE D. GREENE, Register, SAMUEL BARKER, JR., Ato:'ney for Applicant. (First publication February 21, 1902.) SA PERMANENT CURE of the most obstinate casee of Oonorrhea and Gleet, guaranteed In from a to 6 daysl no other treatment rqulnrld. Soldx by all dnggli.