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--"--- ` --- - - ----- -_-- --- %-- . Open Until 10 Tonight Pruits Fancy Navel Oranges, sweet, ripe and Juicy. Dozen 50c, 40c, 30c and .................. . ......... Fine Navel Oranges. Each .....Ic Fine Juicy Lemonq. Dozen, 20c a nd ......... ................... 15 Fancy I.4narna. Dozen ........ 2e Itepacked Apples. Box, $1.75 and ......... ....... ..........$1.25 Fresh Rhubarb Today ...lb Sc Vegetables Young Il1.,od lied lIct.ls. ilIu 'h...I.. Young (',lrots. Bulich ...........e Fresh Rad'ithph ,d. B3ue h ......... 5 Gireen ()nions. 'Iwo bun hes ....5c Fresh Asparagu. oullnd .....I'otu , Snow White ('aulilower. Pound ...... ................S 1-:, HlothouslLeI if t't'ie, (G l-e n Peno, Cuoumiwl4, Green 'I "hJenry, FPresh Toma.toe. V'Sweet I oiltoes, New, Potatoes, i:ite. Steam Bakery Almould Mil:ir o:n- o, Lady Finger:+. ToI ay, 'a. h ..........lsa ('up t'littis, .lola lo.e Ilcovlred or plain, w:th ('cioulult, plain or Chocolate lh ing. lter'lll. t'i<'h..lc Lemon or flrshi lhubnrb I'IPs. Large, 20i: siall ...............10i Full Ilne of Nut or plulain Loaf Cakes, Layer Cakes, IEtc. Qukl'ker Bread-it's bread. not wind 4 loves or tickets ...... ........25c Canned Fruit Dunkley's Milchigan Peaches or Pears; 35c can today .......... 2c Dunkley's Michigan Raspberries or Pitted Cherrics, in tall glass jars. Special ..... ........ .........50 Anderson's Cranberry Sauce, extra fine; 2-pound can, special ....15e Cundy A special day In this department. Assorted Stick Candy. Today, 12 sticks ........ ........ .......... e Crystallized or Ptsft Gum Drops. Today, per pound ..............10c Fresh ('ream Candy. Pound ...15e Chocolate Fudge Bonbons, worth 25e. Today, pound ............16e Horehound Drops, for colds. 'hree ounces ............ ........... 5c Peanut Yum-Yums. Pound .... 25e LUTEY BROTHERS GOOD GROCERILSC HAP 47 W. Park Phnn, A* MONTANA UNDERTAKING COMPANY runeral Directors Expert Embalmers THOS. LAVELL, Prop. Thos. Sullivan, Mgr. Phon a 8a. 15 EH. Park, Butte New Jewelry OLD Fair trade at bullion price for your old; or your old made over into newest mode at lowest fac tory cost. Bring in your old jewelry and watches, and get our estimate. It won't cost you a cent to find out what we'll do in your case. OUR REPAIR WORK Is equal to the best factory and costs you less than if you paid express and had the eastern fac tory do the work. YOUR. WATCH Will run right if we repair it for you, and we guarantee it a year. Missing or broken parts supplied. JEWELER LEYS OPTICIAN Owsley Block, Butte, Mont. House Paints Wall Papers Wall Paper Cleaner Bath Tub Enamel CARDER WALLPAPER CO. C. V. Franzman, Prop. King Block, 115 W. Park LETTERS TO THE CITY DOCTOR "It is peculiar," said City Physclan Sulllvan today, "how many people are willing to complain of the unsanitary condition of backyards, but they are never willing to sign their names to the complaint. "The health department always wel comes complaints which may tend to cause an investigation that will result in good, but the complaints should be made specfic and should bear the name of the Ierson making it, not 'A Citizen,' or 'A Taxpayer.' " BREEN OBJECTS TO EXPOSURE WANTS POLICE TO HELP SUP PRESS GAUBLING INSTEAD OF TRAILING MURDERERS. LOOKS NOW AS IF POLICE MAY GET NO ASSISTANCE Mrs. Grady to Be Tried on Proulx Charges and Other Cases Held in Abeyance-Woman Is Visited at the County Jail as a Freak by the Mor bidly Curious Public. Mrs. Minnie G(rady, charged with drugging *and robbing Mrs. Emma I'rollix and suspected by the pollee of poisoning her husband and son, has many curious visitors at the .iunty jail. She is the object of much cut lolsty to nd merous people who seem to have noth ing better to to do than pester the sheriff for a peep at her. "If she were a wild hyena there wouldnl't he ally more of theml here want ing to look at her-m-nen and womlnn," the sheriff said today. lie llhas madle I rule In consequence barring out everybbody who does not know Mrs. raudy and who has no busl ness with her. The Ime.rely idly and sen sationally curious are turned away from tb-l barred doors simply out of self de fense. County Attornfy lreeln's attentioln \was today called to ti he statements of the policel In which they say they would have the bodies of the Bradys, father and son, disinterred In order to examine them for poison. "They favor digging them up," he was toll. Says Let Them Dig. "Well, let them dig them up," said he. "I'm always in favor of helping the boys ito the prosecution of crime, but why don't they hIelp nie to suppress so0me other things-gamrbling, for instance. "Hut so far as this case is c'onc'erned." h' added, "there are two charges that can be presscd against the woman now. Robbery and assault. Perhiaps she will get 20 years In prison for one of them. Let us prosecute these charges first with. out putting the county to any furher ex pense. That will be more like business." "The sense of justice of some of the officers of Silver Bow county is easily satisfied," said a Butte business man to day, who has been following the Brady case closely. "Here is a wocman who has confessed to the chief of polc'e that the took Mrs. Proulx out buggy riding last Sunday for the purpose of robbing her, and to accomplish that end she wats willing to murder her. Other Charges Might Stick. "There appears to be no extenuating circumstances in behalf of Mrs. Grady. She has made several denials and subter fuges. There is in the light of the charge now standing against her reasonable grounds for the belief that other charges would stick. "Investigation in criminal cases does not cost much and they often develop unexpected results. There may have been other people titan Mrs. Grady mixed up in this affair who are today walking the streets of Butte. "I believe that the bodies of Grady and the dead son should be exhumed and a thorough investigation of the case made." Chief of Police Reynolds has expressed his willingness to co-operate with the county authorities In investigating the cause of the death of the husband and son of Mrs. Grady, but the police de partment has no funds to carry on an in vestigation. Mrs. Grady Indifferent. Mrs. Grady has assumed an air of indifference to the charges preferred against her, and hoM told a dozen differ ent stories with reference to her esca pade with Mrs. Proulx last Sunday, none of which are borne out except the confession made to the chief of police that she took Mrs. Proulx out for the purpose of robbing her of her diamonds and poisoned her and left her on the lonely road to die. It is argued by those who have been discussing the details of the case that a woman capable of carrying out such a plan lmight also be capable of other deeds. Investigation made by the police shows that the boy was twell and hearty 20 days before his death; that w\hen he was examined for di $2.0b Iift insurance pollcy In the New ~ri.'t'L'l e the phy sician who examlied `'bro pronounced him a first-class rla. '.le ,d no heart affliction at that ti e, 1i Itbe developed heart disease it dey ooec between May 10 and May 26 a .eatr agq.. The fact remains that the b1y died @te same day that the policy w\as delivered to his mother. A general apathy is being shown In the case. Informantion has not been filed anid the Ibottles supposed to contain the poison which were found on the rotnd near Burlington are still in the possession of the police and nic effort is being made to have a chemical analysis. VOTER COX GETS THIRTY DAYS Justice Arnold this afternoon sentencd John (Cox who Iclead guilty yesterd.ay to Illegal voting to 30 days in the county ('ox said It was his first offense. ('ox voted In the Sixth ward at last Monday's election while living In the Fourth. GRAVE CHARGES AGAINST MOOR J. H. Moor, charged with defrauding Mrs. 8. E. Dedr'ick out of $70 biy taking her money upon the representation that he represented a Spokatne marble com pany which supplies headstones, was arraigned in pollee court this morning on the charge of obtaining money by false pretenses. noor entered a plea of not guilty and his case was set for hearing at 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. He save bonds in the sum of $100 and was released. £AYUS[ IRAPIPR&JMP IiEIOR JOBS TO RIOD Til BUCKING PACIfIC CHARLIE POTTh AND GUY TIPTON, Cowpuncheru Who Joined the Navy. "We are between the sheepman an4 the deep nena," said Guy Tipton, who with his partner cowpuncher, ('Charlie Potta, came up from Billings and joined Uncle Sam's sailor boys who left this afternoon for Mare Island. An Inter Mountain1 representative asked him why he qul'; the hurricane deck of a cayuse for the, forIcastle of a modern Ironclad, "And so we chose the deep sea," addedl Potts who will be a cowpuncher if hI stays in the navy for fifty years. The two boys, who had been practically, bred, or, as Tipton expressed It, "drug tiup" in the saddle, stretched their long legs and yawned when they were re minded that the navy was not as free a life as on the range. Glass-Eyed Jolts, "Well, I guess," remarked Potte with a smile that revealed the cynic devil in his blood, "a sailor has 'bout as much home as a cowpuncher anyhow. "Tipton and me have always had a home where ever we pulled off our sad .J diles and as for getting seasick, if I can't stand up under the pitching of the big Pacific after being jolted around by every glass-eyed, pigeon-toed cayuse be tween the Cow Creek in Texas and the Big Dry in Montana-well I'll come back and herd sheep down around Billings and go to the bug-house inside of a year ." NARNlY IS SICK BIG BATCH OF WORK IN DEPARIT MEINT ONE GOES OVER. CLERK ADJOURNS THE COURT Sixty Lawyero Came to Gourt and Had to March Home Again--Satur day Is Usually Court's Busiest Day. tj This awas Judge Harney's motion day and there was a big 'alendar to be dls posed of. About 50 or 60 lawyers were present at the opening or court. Hut the court was sick and no business was itrneated. C'lerk itoberts came up from ,his olfite at about 10:15 o'cih:k and adjourned court for the day, post.poning eoverything on the motiont calendlar till Monday at 10 o'clock. The following business was ready for the attention of the court and Iitiga.nts todia; These Cases Went Over. Amnrton:l Mining c'ompfany agalnst the Nipper IConsolidated AM4ning company and others. Motion to imatte party de fendant. Josephine cGagnler against 1'r-.d Oag nitor. Order' to show cause and niotion to dismiss. May Moore against Thomas Moore. Plaintiff's prooafs. The Zell iOunno company against U. W. Par'i;t1 or"e. Motion. Lottlie Pierce against IHarry Ph ierce. Motion. G. W. Davis against C'harles H. DoMas arind othiers. Demurr ter. J. 0. IO. lender against George Winter' and olhers. Motion to dismiss. J. A. thiddell against (,. It. ltamin.y and others. Motion to, amend complaint. Westerl n iLa and Savings colmpany against J. W. Patten and others. Mo tion. Jo hn Kmloidel against A. V. Curry. De murrer. Denn'is [l ircoll aqgainst Bartlett Itea.t ing and Ventilating company. De m Urer'. Fannie lBatxlh against George Batchi, Order' to sholw cause. Orient Insurance company t against the Northern Pacific Railroad company and others. Demurrer. John ('annon and others against Hnoch Johns and others, Motion to strike. Frank Boucher against Joseph Bara lou. Motion to tax costs. Matlda.Cochrane against F. W. toeh rane. Iemurrcr. A. M. Sutter against Charles B"utter. Plaintiff's lro.afs. Tipton rolled his fifteenth cigarette In the. same number of minutes and shot his old partner a corroborative smile. Lieutenant Morton "I didn't have no Intention of joining the navy until t had a talk with Ithat ofllc.r, Lieutenant Morton, said Tipton. "\VWhy, he's just like the boys on the r(untlld p. "'.here aint nothing small about that fIllaw, not even his wishin' fer har:l lkker." They'll Be on Hand. And the boys went on in their reck less dare devil manner tempered by the evidT.nce of loyalty. The years on the' Irange that had made them resou'rueful, had perhaps left them Improvident; but it was evident that if long-suffering, hard-riding and an utter contempt for death or danger, were the ingredients which gtod sailors were made out of, these two, who had fought and drank, 4lkpt and hungered together, ant ret'elled In "the peril of the night stampede, would never flinch at the ter rors of the fight, or bring shame to the picturesque character fast disappearing, the cowboy of the west. "We may, not make good sailors for a while," said Tipton as he said good-bye, "but if we ever strike a cow-town near the coast in this or any other country, we'll show them what a Montana punlcher can do from the top of a buck Ing bron'ho." ('holes R. Lyon against M. V. ('onroy. Motion to etrike. IE. Mahoney against Frank Boucher. Motion to strike. Saturday for Motions. Saturday Is generally the busiest day In Jydge HIarney's court, and the unex pected Illness of the judge disarranged the plans of a large number of lawyers and litigants who were readly to take up mot llns on the calendar. HARVEY HOLMES IS IN COURT .llarvey Holmes, the BIeau Brummel of the redlight colored contingent, was this morning held to answer In the dis 'tr1ct court on the charge of receiving pitolo money. Judge B3oyle heard the evidence in the case several days ago and this morning rendered judgment. Holmes' bond was fixed In the sum of $500. Specl('lllcally Holmes is charged withll receiving from Josle Moore $280 ailleged to have been stolen from Paul Lager in a resort In Pleasant alley on the night of ,ebruary 18 last. CENTERVILLE MINSTREL MEN In IIbernia hall, (Centrrville, Tues day evening, April 22, there is to be giveh a minstrel entertainment. The Center villo milnstrels are composed of the bekt talent. The gags, local and otherwise, are all new and original and have never .paid a barber' a cent for shaving. The olio is made up of srpecilalties and the finale, a travesty on Prince Ilenry's recent visit to this country, entitled "Thhe Prince's Finish," will easily prove the greatest mirth-provoker even seen on a ltoal stage. TROUBLES OF THE POLICEMEN in view of the fact that M. J. Edward, who preferred charges against l)etectlve J. J. Murphy, failed to appear at the time appointed for the meeting of the councirl committee on police yesterday 7afternoon, it is believed that the charges will be dropped. There was no meeting of the commit tee owing to the fact that but three mfr mtners were on .hand. They were Al dermmn Mayo, (leamon and Manchester. It takes live nllleb ers to constitute a quorum, hence no meeting was held and no tille was appointed for another meet Sring. The matter of the charges preferred agrinst Policeman Parini was also slated to lie heard yesterday. The mayor has sustalined the chief of police in suspend Ing Parini and It is likely that the coun cil will sustain the mayor at the meet Ing next Wednesday night. The charges against Policeman Foley for being drunk and creating a dlstorli arte will Ikely come up at the next meet. i.g of the council. Foley is now cor fined to home with a aprained ankle. NO PATIENTS NO PRACTICE WAS JEAN LAMB PUTS UP NOVEL DEFENSE AGAINST OHAROES PREFEERRID. TWO UNLICENSED CHINKS ARRESTED BY CONSTABLE One Didn't Fish Because He Hadn't a Bite, While Hine Pock Put His Un suspecting Patients to the Bad With Chinese Nerve Racking Nostrums Five Hundred Dollar Bonds Fixed. W.-ah Jean Iathl,a l adll Illlne I'4.ik , . , ('hilne'se Iphysi'aI ns,, I''4, , 4 in til(4' 1,l11 out Ilee tes'H . 1'Or om44e time pst ad4r141'144i4n14 'onltal ng the pii(' l't, of the1 (44 I (4', w 'h1( - tials havea ni pea:retld Ill ht'.ta p::,li'rs. In h34is v' tlvet lsel)n.tl4 , W a 1111Je ,4 an I.anih, Itle' t, lal4l4I'm , tito h.e ambl h ( l ll're ai ll d1lh44444 by 4 13 1' 51I1s of it t s'11.4:1 i lines,'ti. 4 d11444'4,'44'4 U4, 44444444"4 4 4444' iI'( I44 'I ('h ll \"lt4 (4P ,lr' \V1 ahh J1 an 14 '11 n fail4ed h l-'(' duce pati'nts to try hils relxht ttr W 11'hth() p tlent(s dlrank f't.ely tl.ere,' r d w e,4 4 neverl' ifterwari t ( 'ear44 4f, I44 I t4 l 141v4llk , but 'ertlain iL t ll Is thait iI'l44,4us 41a4d 4 r14111'y botll,( ln his oftice, c4 inll l ng t1 1 ysll . t'rl-,( on1-looking inel,4ic, lnes, were o u'lrllflld by. (the 4.a-( e41hl4 '1g 'o4st . 3le. Business Poor With Hin. In vain , 4did Walh .,le,.n .Lntm pl44'hst 1th1l he ha l.d lIt4 lt41h .lle(nt, n4lll th4 1 4 rl' 'e' co' ld unt be elasded in Ih, stll)(- e a gory itlh lPt',le lh' g phy.v lelns. lit was ruthlD;I.y iirU ll hy "MElh'lNU p'( 'll 444" bhfolre Juste'( (lI ' 'ot rl , who ixed4 the alm3 (d-eyed do ' t 4hhllo (ond at line Iork has ano ofllh 'n los, lar lH streett. e IIk %' Jlean 1,4i4wb4 he al d4V4(4 - ticd to (-re ily ln l ay ldiseas, f romm n al he ii i tlt lot4 to c. hron' 4 ons lm(p tion, but unllik his 'untenpl' o ry, Illen had pait(els, 4and llthese ,V'were ih( (1UmiUs4 of his unll4d'Oing. .lu('ames t'onon rl v 44 14 1 (uff4'ring' '4with i'lte ihdlgestioll, nfill on ai ngt 11114 clse before llhl( Po'ck, he was give44 4 -ome t'hl n4'444' 4444t.4!1',c(4h . The In.tdlilne llad(' I('o glan shl k, tnlll ht till w pupr ,before' the el4lrt at the tl3i 4l is 4 I bs.tc, wVitnes against the Aloagolltn leech. FRAUD IN CHURCH COLLECTION "It 'ha4m ,oml to mny lnot le th at onil :r amore parties are h4gging the l pullh' for nme44ns to 4o 44 I(tlds pIhl'astering the 1w' A. M. 'e. churd(h," said (lv. Jlordan Ahllen tody. "I wish to say Ito the pub 114! that Io one is autholrized to do so but Mrs. Lydia Allen andi R.ev. Jordan Allen-trhe paitor alnd Iltas ,ife. And lny one outside of therm who may h. found so doing, I perpetratilng a fraud on the public." SHADWELL WITNESSES TESTIFY Frank Bublls of No. 129 Wi'st "ark stIrc'.t, who testified at tIh' ,fornmer trials, testitle<1) again today and told of the '4r'd-cutting Incidenl. The wi'tness said he had heanrd that Jake Barret and John AlIbrlght, wit n'esses at tilhe f.ormer trials, were 14ead. He' knew Iarret was dead, as heb had seen his 'hody after' a Ibullet had plereed it. Georhge -n4t4he said he had heard O'('onnor tell Shadwell prior to the trag edy that If lie did not shuifle the cards properly hie would break hits (4hadwel'm) h4ad with a chair, and fix him so the( coroner would have trouble in re('cogniz Ing him. 4mrnithe told the same story of the kill ing and the events that led up to It as the pi'tstedlng witness. He said also O'4'(nnor was trying to get at 'hadwell. GRAND OPERA HOUSE Blartley ('ampbell's Immortal drama THE WHITE SLAVE Everything new except the play. New ;scenery, new mtechantial effects, new eleetritral effivts. See the mntalllnmoth plantation, the steamer La etiete ('reole, the lied Devil's island, the wreck on the Missialippl. A nerlie of nmagnlflieent stage plitureO, Thia Is a revival introdtlurlng an Inmmense chorun of darklen inging the sweet nonll of long ago. A suRvsaaalon of triumphs fromn the Atllnntlt to the l1auIflu coasRt. Matinees W'Idnites, y, uIt urtdi y and Sundaytlys. Prices 2sc, 351c 5oc. flatlnees asc Private Room T russes For,,... Fitted s Perfectly.... )ir int monIey riquired. Our tite ftitter has hatd Ihhat' thanI 2'0 years i xperi. no . We sell trul'll.(.s anL d want ihcrl l hi fit. (loiiur rol j ry titled tru'. (seL do not c1ilflt, ,iti (townII, or11 IIIu any p iIn or di frout't~r whatei tvr. W a.tIrI if thell 1an ri-h.* h ,rse hlk, stork in in hIt-, , get ite any pealtih n, I' 111h11 'II i ll tru s . Wrlte or cull for palrlhulars. PAXSON & ROCKEFELLER 24 i'at P i'atk, lltlhc, ;Montanat. The Harvard Cigar....... Union flake All Havana A Gentle , man's L Smoke l " SAYS THINGS ABOUT MRS GRADY i, Kauhorlne Lennllon, wuho claims to lave written for newspapers all over the countrily under the nulane of Katherine Wildier, arrested yesterday for diustub ing the peace, entered a plea. of not guilty In lmtlhe court this morning uand wasH releaI' ed upon $100 bonds. She will be given a hearing next Tuenday. MrI.. Kate Fiormel, who wo re to tthe complaint, te.nt a messenger to the Jail today to linform Mlsi Wilder that she would not be prosecuted. Miss Wilder claims that she sl the victim of gross Injury at the hands of Mrs. Formel. "Mrs, Formncl and Mrs. Minnie Grady aire warm friend," sild MIlIi Wilder. "lihst Saturday Mrt, Formnel sent me to Mrs. G(rady' house to tell her that hei ciould not acc(ompany her to Ana condull, where they were going for the ptirupose of seeing a couple of men.' MENLOIDO IIN.--Mrs. Julius Mendol. iohn, aged 22 years, died last night. The funeral will take place Monday at 2 p. . from the family residence, No. 103 Houth Washington street. A STOCK REDUCING SALE I Want Less Harness and Saddles And more money and room, so will until JUNE Ist make you a very close price on your choice of 135 Sets of Mingle Harness. 8 Sets of Trap Iarnesn. 18 Hets of Light Double Hullarns. 45 Hete of Team Harness. 6 Sets of (arrlage IIarness. 13 Hits of )Delvery Harness. 14 Sets of Hurrey Hlarncss. 54 Saddles. This means a huavy cut in prices to move the goods. I will do my part. You Ib i lRtthekgoods over ILIan you will do yours. J. N. NEVILLS uo6 East)Pa&rk ,Street, Butte Phone 686 A BtLOOO wE N100 .PAGE BOOK FREE TL SN SUFFERERS FROM CONTAGIOUS BLOOD POISON WE CURE QUICKLY AND PERMANENTLY. Our patients cured 15 years ngo by our Great Dis,'overy, unknown to the profession, are to-day uiouud and well, and have health children since we cured them. Primary, Hecondaty or Tertiary Yualpn | K t 35 behs tYoucanbetreat tPr I LIu epermanently Cured n 15 to 35 Day t home for the lame price, under the same guaranty. If you preferto come to Chicago, we wilt contract to pay railroad fare nd hotel bills, and no charge i wafall to cure. IF YOU HAVE ae. mcrcutryodlde aotash, nd till hare iaches and lnl, Yueous Patch toin mouth, bore throat, rimtlrnller.1no.ter eoblord rb.tl.., s oq any part of the budy,haltr or eyebrows fvllnl ou, t ý tins Ioondasr BLOOD POISON WE GUARANTEE ,o CVUR W O d heMo obtte DYotattnateaw, an chalens.e the world foe a eamewe eCnnorrlco. _ dil.ease Jas always baftled the skill of the most eminent physTaioals. OO1,o0Oaptttl bshlI our uncondlttoual guaranty. 'T)O i Wat! YOUR TJ AID QOWexpertentm . We heetha e OILTbe r. Absolu te nsiainssbie blmprooisieinsealedons otleatt|n, Foer osyeswehavretrta ba.tie onKau ReMElood Po Msonuret to Temp l cued. COOK REMEDY CO., zn6 Masonlo Temple, Chiosago.