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Mutana's lari st Orery,Aprl 4
The Simple Truth Is what we tell you eatch day. We use the words "fancy," "finest" and "best" oply when the qualty bearm us out, and our money is ever ready for anything bought from us aihlich does not prove satis zactory. Fruit The Navel Oranges we have are exceptionally fine, bright, ripe, sweet and juicy. Fancy Navel Oranges; per dozen, 40c., 8c., 30c., 25c., 20c. an ....150 Fine, Juicy Lemons; dozen ....15c Fancy Table Apples; box, $1.75; per pound .......... ...............%c Vegetables We have the largest and finest display of Fresh Vegetables in the city. Fancy Celery, Sweet Pota toes, Fresh Spinach, Fancy Hot house Lettuce, Fresh Tomatoes, Fine Cauliflower, Wattercress; Firm, PolkI Radishes, Fresh Chic ory, Green Onions, Strawberry Rhubarb, Fresh Cucumbers, Pars ley, Asparagus and Red Cabbage. Poultry An extra fancy lot of Young Turkeys, Ducks, Geese, Spring Chickens, Broilers and Fat Hens. Canned Vegetables Thelma Corn, better than you usually pay 20c a can for; our plt~e, dozen, $1.40; two cans..25c 'Sifted Early June Peas, small, sweet and tender; a big bargaJn; two cans ................25c Richelieu Stringless Beans, tiny French; van, 25c; extra small, per can ..........*........ .........2uc Richelleu Tomattoes, 3-pound can, 20c; 2-pound can .........12/%c Canned Fruits Sliced Peaches, extra large cans, SSc., 30c. and 25c; pound cans 12',c California Peaches, Pears or Apri cots; can, 20c., 17c. and ......15c Finest Raspberries or Strawber rles, in extra heavy syrup; per can ...... ....... ...... .........2c Steam Bakery An immense assortment of good things in our bakery department, Quaker Bread, Buns, Biscuits, Pies, Rolls and Cakes of every variety. Quaker Flour Is made of the Finest Hard Wheat grown. It is guaranteed to more than please you. Per 100 pounds, $2.75; sack ....$1.40 No. 1 Hard Wheat Flour, /ack $1.25 A Fine Bread Flour; suck .....$1.10 Our Leader Japan Tea, c"heap for the quality at .75 per pound; our price ..55e BROTHERS GOOD GROCpitSt(I(ArF 41 W. Park Phone r MONTANA UNDERTAKING COMPANY Funeral Directors Expert Embalmers TIIOS. LAVELL, Prop. Thos. Sullivan, Mgr. Phone 85. 32s E. Park, Butte TEA SETS- Quadruple Plate The finest line of goods made. All new and tasty patterns. For a few days we offer ESPECIAL BARGAINS Four-piece quadruple silver plate sets ................... $8 Four-piece quadruple silver plate sets ................. $10 Four-piece quadruple silver plate sets ................ $12 Four-piece quadruple silver plate sets ................. $15 Five-piece quadruple silver plate sets .. ................ $20 Five-piece quadruple silver plate sets .......... ....... $30 Five-piece quadruple silver plate sets ...... ........... $40 Five-piece quadruple silver plate sets ........ ......... $50 JEWELER LEYS orIcwu Owsley Block, Butte, Mont. FloorStains House Paints Wall Papers Bathtub Enamels Artist Materials Glass Picture Framing Pictures, Too. CARDER WALLPAPER CO. C. V. Franzmalit Prop. King Block, 115 W. Park TRIAL OF BOY FOR BURGLARY Lawrence Verden, alias Frank Nelson, a boy, is on trial on a charge of bur glary in Judge McClernan's court this afternoon. Verden is accused of bur glarizing the warehouse of the Mon tana Ore Purchasing company about a month ago. Verden was arrested by the Walker ville constable while trying to escape after a visit with a wagon to the ware bouse. UNION [NGIN([RS SIARI[D TO WORK TODAY AT THE PARROT PROP[RTY Many of the places made vacant by the walkout of hoisting engineers at the mines of the Anaconda, Washoe and Parrot companies three days agO are being gradually filled by other men, and in all probability the mines, which it was necessary to close on account of the action of the strikers, will be running full blast again In a few days. Crews are being secured rapidly, and the Brotherhood of Stationary Engineers is doing all within Its power to fill the vacancies at the mines for which they have not been secured. The first crew secured was assigned to the Parrot, the machinery o(q which was put in motion last evening. It is possible that the hoisting of ore there will be resumed this evening. A crew was also secured for the Moonlight belonging to the Washoe com pany, and the men are now getting acquainted with the big engine. It is expected that by Sunday crews for all of the properties will have been secured, but it will probably be several days before some of the miners will be notified to return to work, as it is the desire of tile management to have the new men thoroughly familiarize themselves with the machinery be fore starting the mines full blast. To all of the new men who prove themselves competent the companies will Insure steady employment. That the Brotherhood of Stationary Engineers is not in sympathy with the" action of the twenty-seven engineers who left their posts of duty at the mines ot the Anaconda, Washoe and Parrot companies Tuesday evening is evidenced by the following, which was sent to President Scallon of the Anaconda by- - the union yesterday: Butte Stationary Engineers' Union No. 83, W. F. of M. Butte, Mont., April 2, 1902. Mr. Willian Scallon, President Anaconda Copper Mining company, city. Dear Sir: Your communication of recent date received and placed on file, and will say relative to the same that this union aisapproves of the action of some of its members inasmuch as they have seen fit to walk out in violation of the contract or agreement entered into by this union and the Anaconda Copper Mining company. And will further say that this union stands ready and willing and will to the best of its ability carry out and put into effect every article in said con tract or agreement. to be kept closed. J. C. SIPENCER, M. GILLIS. t'. 1I. NEELY, 'ommittee. (WALTER FOIBER, Secretary. P. A. STEVENS, President. There is general rejoicing in Butte over the fact that the mines are not PAT DUFFY IS FOUND GUILTY In Judge McClernan's court today a burglar was tried, found guilty and sentenced to state prison for a year in record breaking time. The man was Pat Duffy, alias Pat Holland, who robbed a cigar store. Duffy and Joe Casey were informed against ini the district court for bur glary last month, having been arrested the last of February. On February 23 Paul (ourdaller, a ho keeps a cigar store on East Galena street, went out of his store for a few minutes, and when he returned one man was engaged In tap ping the till while another watched at the door. He grappled with the man at the counter, but the latter broke from his grasp and both men fled. The case of Duffy came up at 10 o'clock this morning, and all of the evi dence was in by 11:30. The evidence ac corded with the statement above. The charge against Casey was dis missed on the application of Assistant County Attorney Yancey. G. COO'PER INJURED IN MINE Unconscious and raving Grant Cooper, a miner employed in the Burkley mine, was taken to the Murray & Freund hos pital at 1:30 o'clock this afternoon. Cooper was struck in the head by falling rocks while at work in the mine and received injuries which may re sult fatally. Cooper was at work alone on one of the levels when the accident occurred. Pros trate and bleeding from several ugly wounds about the head he was found by workmen in the mine about 1:15 o'clock this afternoon. With all possible haste Cooper was taken to the Murray & Freund hos pital where he was given prompt at tention. He is seriously, perhaps fatally injured, and at 4 o'clock this afternoon was unconscious. Cooper Is unmarried and is a brother of George Cooper of 1101 Talbott avenue. SUITER'S SENSATIONAL STORY One part of Buiter's testimony today was senaat!onal. It 'was a statement of how Paulsen and the contractors vir tually robbed the state in the construc tion of the school of mines and other in stitutions they built. Suiter testified that pome of the rion girders and -pillars corrtracted for were left out of the school of mines building REVIEWED TI[ SUIION CASE (Special to Inter Mountain.) Helena, April 4.-The supreme court this noon issued an order directing Judge William Clancy of Butte to show cause why writ of supervisory control should not issue in accordance with the prayer of Wakeman Sutton of Butte, who asks that judgement for contempt entered against him in Clancy's court September 3, 1901 be annuled, vacated and set aside. The order of today is made returnable April 12 at 10 a. m. The supreme court also orders that pending the return of Judge ('lancy, said judgment of contempt be stayed and that Wakeman Sutton, who is now in the custody of the sheriff of Silver Bow county be admitted to ball in the sum of $500, Boardinghouse Case.. The court ordered Judge Clancy to ap pear April 12 at 10 a. m. and show cause why a writ of supervisory control should not issue in the case of J. lBoyle, John Powers, William Newton, James Lar kins and Mike Merron vs. distrlct court of Silver Bow. These petitioners ask that thie judg ment of contempt entered against them by Clancy be reviewed, annuled and set taside. This contempt was entered in case of (elestla Nixon vs George Andrews et al., commonly known as BIutte board ing house case. Clancy ordered that Boyle rpay a fine of $50 and each of the others $25 and that all stand committed to county jail until such ftines were paid. It is ordered that pending the return on this order, the several judgments for contempt be stayed, and that, if the several petitioners be still in custody of the sheriff of Silver Bow county they be admitted to ball in the sum of $10 each. fle CUI COLLINS' THROAI (3y Associated Press.) Salt Lake City, Utah, April 4.-Clyde Felt, the 15-year-old boy who yesterday stated to the police that he had con cealed the body of Samuel Collins, the aged watchman of the Wasatka mineral sprigs after the latter had committed suicide, today broke down and confessed to two police officers that he had cut the old man's throat in the little cave above Warm Sprigs, stripped the body of clothing, bound it, and after walling up the entrance with stones, had buried the blood-stained clothes. Young Felt said that he had cut Col lins' throat only after long urging by the old man, who Insisted that he want ed to die and was afraid to commit the, deed himself. Early this morning Felt, in company with two policetmen, climbed the hills to the vicinity of the cave to search for Collins' valise, which the boy said the old man had hidden on the day of his death. Felt led the officers up and down the hillside in an aimless manner for a time and, finally stopping, admitted that the story of the valise was a myth, that Collins never had one, and that the crime had been committed by hlmself after Collins had begged him for hours to commit the deed. through the crooked work of Paulsen with the firms of Rliddell & Itoach and iltlidell and Nuater. liHe also tkstified that in ano'her state Institution the sheet-iron facings calle.I for in the ceontract had been repi.ced by t'n or roniething far cha ,per and flint sler, but that Paulsen Ina:le the state believe that the new mlaterial was co.t Iher tihan the iron, and got $1,200 more for it. SCENE SHIFTERS MAY STRIKE Scene shifters at the (Grand Operl house held a square man's session this afternoon to determine the extent of Manager Maguire's authority in allowing a crew of Chicago men to, do the shlft Ing for Daniel Bandmann, the eminent' tragedian. They have not dlccded whether they will fight the general man ager of the house or the new men. Mr. Magulre says It Is customary for some theatrical companies to carl y their hllfters, but in this case Herr Hand mann intends to remainl In tutte longer than the old men would Hilke to have him; hence, the objection to the new crew. Among the new men is a stage carpen tor, who also came from Chicago. The old men have taken a dislike to him, too, and will see what can be done with htm for leaving his happy harme In the city of large feet and coming to the grantest mining camp on earth. JESSIE WOODS JURY DISAGREES The trial of Jessie Woods, a colored w( man, for grand larey, held in Judge McClernan's court today and yesterday came to nothing. The jury disagreed and was dis charged this afternoon. Justice Taylor of Sou4h Butte yester day discharged Clyde Gill, William IIvt ten, James Olds and James Teddy, the four boys charged with malicious mis chief. The young men engaged in a charlvari at No. 913 Deleware avenue, and succeeded In disfiguring the prem iees. There was no evidence against. them and they were released. FOR SALE-FUIRNI'j'TIJt , OF 1)WILL,. ing 'house; eight room.n. House for rent, cheap. Only $400; half the acutualt value of the furniture. Party anxious to leave the city. ('has. L. Smith & Co., 33 West Granite street. LINE TO CAPETOWN NIW BTNAXBmP C00MPANY WILL RUN 1ROM NEW YORK. CARRY SOME NEW SUPPLIES Ships to Bail Under American Colors and First Cargo Will Be Pianos, Organs, Clocks and Cocktails. (By Associated Press.) New York, April 4.-Ten new steamers of the Union Castle Mall Steamship comn pany, limited, will soon be plying be tween New York and the ports of South Africa. One of these steamers, the Corfe Castle, is now tied up in the Irie IBeln and will sail for the African coast on Monday. It is the Intention of the company to have one ship leave New York each week and to cut down the sailing time be tween New York and cuocetown to 21 days. A most unusual cargo is being taken on by the t'orfe Castle. Instead of filling the ship with the or dinary commodities that have hithetlo gone to South Africa she is being loaded with pianos, organs. rlncký. pr;lpared cocktails, articles of household equip ment and every conceivable thing that goes to make up the American home. It Is these things that are now wanted in South Africa, anti because of the war with England, the owners of the Union Castle company, the ITnited States will be welcomed us the chief source or sup plies for the Mouth African companies. (In the trip going from here to Mouth Afrinca, the ships will touch Ht. Vincent, (. V. I., 200 miles west of the African tioast. St. Helena, Capetown and Port lizalbet h. ctn tile return trip they will stop at the ('anariy slands ltud Madeira. It is not yet known whether the ships will sail uinder Anmerian colors, but at the mast Il'td (i tilt. (' oYNe Castle it tis the ' blue pintialnt of the IEngllsh navy, which sig ti(ies' Ithat tile conmlllilaul' or the ship Is qualified to tak ('harge of a luadr(u' Ill tine of WVlr. WHOLESALE ARRESTS (I'c .ti.lnul d fI lt l 'n P gt' 1.) Ithlie womlian Hnys thl IWIsIh were not all l;id for by the Inun viwho l.ted us ,lkessHlnan, and that nio one( elIe pInl fir thetl. She says the mlen llstaye1ld In theI house one night and ti thn left. 'IThi suppo.ltIon in that theIlie nlOn wetre( Honme of Ithlle mho w1etre fraudu leintly reglite'rd t in tlI PFourth ward, meI'rely taking a hied in the house In ortder that they might luy clallm to aI retsldence there If questioned too closely by the reglstration clerks. Mmlembers of Ithe Iteplublhan Citly Cetn tr.d comm(itmi, liare at work thln after illegal and franlluli nte re.glitra(titn. T'he nrlen who Instigatted the padding of the registration bIooks are to be exposed also if posl hile. Thirteen Are Arrested. 'ThesI e men were arreststd this aftter noonl asn cbhargles of illegal rEglstration: ('lint J;colunll, Joet Kirk, i);usn Warr.en, II. J. llughbes, Ernest Elk, l. (). ('rflith, W. IH. lInker, W. ''. G(rltton, C. IP. Pen dhiton, IRhhard Arahill, 1'. J. Connolly, Johlln (ICnssidy, Jerry Hlinlk, A. (3. Ilrad loy. More arr'Rts are to follow. THE MARKETS. COPPER MINING QUOTATIONS (Special to Inter Mountain.) Boston, Mass., April 4.-The copper mining shares closed today as ftIlows: Amalgamated - - - - - $ 64.50 Anaconda - - - - - - 28.75 Parrot - - - - - - - 29.00 Calumet & Hecla.- - - - 600.00 Tamarack - - - - - - 182.00 Osceola - - - - - - 61.50 Utah Con - - - - - - 23.00 SOME FRACTIONAL GAINS. Railroad Stocks Made Rally and Were in Demand. (Tly Aaovhlated 'Press.) N -w York, April 4.-Th-'l're were havy pur'chwxH of thle (allanger an of tle, Pia llh. In the opieing del ings, and sharp fr:lct'ornail ga.ns were frequerlnt lthroughout the' IIst. A sale of 5,000 sharea' of St. Paul was made at 169% to 169%/,, comparted w ith 16914 hsIt night, aInti the pi e wavered on sub-equent transacctimons. I'nlon PI'aillc was up half on the trans fer of 3,500 shares. There wua heavy res.llzing on thlie advair' e with resultant sharp re.elions l in lead ing sto.ks. Neoar 11 o''lisk St. Paul rMllied strotngly, (Colo ralmo 'ouhli'rn H· eulndl i.ref'rrlc rose 2 and (nion Padfliv gained t t point, lt-allroad stocks made a, general Irally under the lead of the Pa'itflhs and t.,uth widtelrns. St. Paul reactuhdl 172 undter enolrmlous transactlonls, (laine in the -outhwestern groutp ran to 1%. Amnal garl:ale(, 'eople's (las, General Electrie, Colorado Southern and P., .~, ('. & Ht, L. advanced between I and 2 po.nts. IBonds were firm, with the speculatlve ,.slatts in cl1d manrl. 'Tihe demand became quieter for the (rangers, but Illinois ('entral was pushed up 2 points and Ioulsville & Nashville 1,Q. St. Paul preferred was rushed up 6'., ('hlcago Union Tractlon rose 1% polnts, the preferred 12½, New York Dock 4%, New York & New Haven 4, Railway Steel Spring 1', and the pre fkrred 3. , The general railway list was quite firm, but wea not largely dealt In. There were a number of Important stocks %elow last night's level. Kansas City Live-tock. (By Associated Press.) e:dnsas City, April 4.-Cattel-.le celpts, 1,C00, Including 100 Texans. Mar ket steady. Native steers, $5.25@6.,3; Those Look Out for Sat urday'. C A R P E list of entirely T S new line of A H little things. at re Here itle pr.ice.. The American Brussels, Velvets, Wil ton Velvets, Royal Wiltons, Axminsters and Bundahr Wiltons. Second carload this Spring, 300 rolls, thousands of yards in all the newest and prettiest patterns of all the choicest weaves. Charming color combinations suited to the most refined tastes, all the swell Oriental rug effects now so popular, choice hall and stair combinations, rich and sure to be popular parlor carpets, desirable dining room floor coverings and bedroom beautifiers in rich and also very serviceable carpets; hun dreds of styles to choose from, a be wildering array of gorgeously beautiful high grade carpets, priced to loosen the pursestrings of the most critical and economical of buyers. QUALITY ALWAYS At prices that continue to persuade you to buy here American Brussels Velvet Carpets Int light nid clalrk gro)nlllnd, nR- (r:undlly gClolud (tfu ltl iu In unany loct(ld thiln fuMplhlg I)ilvf',' , V'ary (chlle . Wrv i'n, , rlch, duiip ('ctorn, , 'hohlt', Fifn ill(ti 6Cc a yard 85c a yard Kerak Brussels Axminster Carpets I(rverInP l el , 11nn he Wor ,n (' lith. r orleniil rug Iei' tn' , with I 10(rll n nide, brighlt new col'ringh to match, vary tfine for Il',un. 45c a yard 95c a yard We Pay the reight Mail Us Your Orders Brownfield-Canty Carpet Co. 48 to 54 W. Park and 43 to 45 West Ualena St., Butte. The Coe Commission Co. Incorporated Capital and Surplus $300,000.00 TOC KS PROVISIONS BONDS GRAIN Bought and Sold for Cash or on Margin for Future Delivery We own and operate the most extean give private wire system In the United States. We have built a wire from New York, Clh.'.Ko and Minneapo!is to Montana po;,int, for the exclusive use of our cue. toters, giving instanous quotatlonr of all securities and commodities listed ow the principal exchanges, and all 1an portant news from all over the world, References, 56 National and State Banks Anaconda Office, l1614 East Park Street, Thomas N. Snyder, Local Man alger. Helena O'flce, 7 and 8 Pittsburg IBlock, Wnm. A. Pryor, Local Manager. Great Falls Omflce, 224 Central Avenue, F. ID. Hewett, Local Manager. Llvingseon Otmce, 7 Poetolllce [Block, W. L. Alfred, Local Manager. Iiosemtsn Office, 6 Gallatin Block, J. J. Stewart, Local Manager. BllllnLs Office, 9 and 10 Gruwell Block, F. R. Bunnell, Local Manager. Butte Office, Hirbour Building A. C. MARTIN, Local Mgr. 'ITxas and lndila stlurs, $4.756.6.20; 'TexasH rows, $3,706..5.2B ; tiveU r' ow, n and heifelr, $3.,50.45.10; stockelrs anrd fecedlr4, $3.50*r5.10; bulls, $4.00.(.5.45; aolve,, $4.50 616.75. Shoop---ltolipts, 1,000. Market Hstady. Muttons, $5.23(45.70; iamobs, $6,40.45.75; rlange wethers, $5.30V65,.7,; rwoes, $4.10'( Chicago Livestock. (HJy Assoclated P'irem.) ('hlago, April 4.-- 'a tle --Itc.elIptL, 20,000. Market steady to weak, Glood to prime IntorH, $6.60647.00; poor to me dlurn, $4.50@6'.50; stockers and f(eeders, $2.50645.00; c.ows, $1.2543.30; helfors, $2.50 (6.15; canners, $1.254t2.40; bulls, $2.50t 5.75; calves, $email@example.com; l'Texas fed steers, $5.006t6.00. Shepl,.-teteiptlls, 6.00. Market steady and stlrong. (lood to choice wlether's, $5.25thi5.95; fair to choic.e mixed, $4.2543 6.00; w(Hte'rn shto('p, $firstname.lastname@example.org; na1tive lambs, $email@example.com; western lallmhs, $5.25@V 6.85. The Dainty Wash Bodices. The girl who knows how to MHw will :(e dull indeedl who has not it charlllng wardrobe thin summrller, for the new wash bodice's are as limple as they are pretty. The daintlest of them are made of dimity, in pale colors and white, tucked all over, and showing lace in sertions In straight and undulating bands. The neck is finlished with an un lined stock in the waist materials, and the garments fasten at the back with small pearl or linen buttons. With three skirts· and six of these waists in white and colors, the most modest Cinderella may go triumphantly through the summer. As to to the ma terials In the skirts, let them be of white, duck, black serge and brown lineil. Kleansall-The greatest of all carpet and furniture soaps, at Brophy's, * 'T'O 'Ti'I HTO''CKOLDEItH 01 TLIM iOHS'TON AND MONTANA CON. HOLIDA'I'FDI COPPERI'lL AND HILVI'Jt MININ( COM. PANY. NO( TI'CE,. Nollcre IsH nhory given that the annual meetlng of the ,toc-kholrlers of the Io ton and Mriontana tronsolldated C(opper and HIlver Mining Company of Mon tana will be hold at BIutte, Montani:a, on 'Ihursday, April 24, 1902, at 12 o'clock, noon, at the olllh, of the company. The busi,.I.us to be transacted at thil meeting will be the election of directors and euc'h other business as may legally corn-I before it. The trenaror books of the comipalny will be closed fromi April 5, 11102, to April 24, 1902, both days inlclu sive. F. P. ADDICKS, , Secretary. Butte, Moat., April 3, 1902. Flahogany Cherry, Oak or Walnut Floor Stain For Spring House. cleaning Floor Varnish that will wash ind not turn white. Ellis Paint Co. Successors to Carder Bros. 17 E. Quartz St.