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THE SARDEES MIAY DAY WILL USHER INTO USE THE ATTRAOTIVE PLEAS URE RESORT. WORK ON GRAND STAND IS TO BEGIN NEXT MONDAY New Time Schedule on the Street Car Lines to Be Put in Tomorrow When the Half Hour Service Begins Arbor Day to Be Gala Event at Butte's Park. rnading for lthe Lll grounds at C'o lunlh Gardens will begin MonKl lay. A half hour service oni Sundays will he In augurated the cominig Sabbath day. These two announcements \iswer,' intldei' ly Manager Wharton loday. .The opening of the gardon. will takel place May 1. The .warm weailhr which is making liutte a pllsisant lianc. to live in at present, is fi'oral' | tol the gar lena nlt, proms111 \will frl' It, g'reen things when the time for th l.o( (.-s andl pilants which beautify the attractiv, summenlr ri' orti arll'iVi. lhesides the grading for' thie hall ground, work on the granlld sttlli for it will also begin .1mondty. The etnltract for the grading was' let to WiVntersi & Parsons yesterday. During the sumlncr llthe managmgeit nt of the summer resort \will add ,iother gl'lllnds for d(iferl'enl golntS a nild sports. The ball grouindhs will be flutishitIl first and then the other fucllitli for spurts will be provided. The grounds of the. reprt will he more beautiful this year even than last, when thousands of brilliant flowers bloomed all over the place. The first plants to be put out this year will be transplanted ral the.gre.n lhnuses to the beds In the grounds about s!ay 13. The hardy plants will be put out first. Among these the modest pansy is a most robust but lovely representative. It will be first to greet the eye of the visitors to the gardens. The animals at the }gardens will he added to as fast as Mr. Wharton can conclude deals with animal owners with whoni he is negotiating now. There are a good many representatives of the fauna of Montana at the resort already, but there will be more there as the season advances. The zoo at the gar dens is one of the most Interesting at tractions, the lynx and the big a ildcats there at present being handsome specl mens of feline carnivora. Warmer This Year. This spring season is much warmer than that of last year. Mr. Wharton says, and in that much more favorable to the growth of plants at the gardens. 4 Last year the average temperature at o'clock in the morning was 18. This 5eason It is 32, a difference of 14 degrees of warmth. The first spring fiesta at the beauty pot in the moluntains east of the MOau, 'cvillle smoke Ielt will be ,on Arbor Day, May 13. Oil that day the chlldren of tIlule will ble given a g'rand flree e.nter tainniet nt .lind f'reet' ride to and fromtl i h titi giriieto s. Malnager Wharton 'hlts Just receilvtedi a eltitr fromn Sonltocr tUltrk suggesting Ihis. Thet snatilor authorizes lMr. Whar on to g ivle th lcildren ricdes to the gar iiPns ol ilt 111 ay gratis, anol e IXtpres'. lihe ho i tihat the Oci sion'(' 111 \V. i Ie sulelI sa;ity that Ihe haIt I d ubt the entl'tr uln ntnt will be will managed. 'Th, grielilng of tll , ne sret .i it liin e o the hi ell siielIter twill li int.pleted bits evening. 'The rall laying will not be slrl.d| uintil the IiasI of May, blcause tlih I;lils c;annot h sci.l rll I uc ntil that Imte. ilit thel line will ie construcltedI as soon its the mllteria can le brought SliHtli II. TIhi talk that this line will S liid 1,. btii M.t11 i (';tru to ie h ll itn lit I M tie continues to ib ihead, and nnny leople bll ve tihat t nllgntltcent sport ng pi.'e will be put up there. "BOB" SNADW[LL DtFENSt BE[INS ABSENT WITNESSES ARE BARRED C. 1t. Shadw',ll, btter known "s "I ,,td " J.ailerr, si, Ii h t ýh ltltwi'll was lrought thal.i vel, w lha thh* enter, of a:It: r, I h t , the, t'ily Jlil hstIi'tly aftle t(. 1 II. In Judge Mc('lernant's court to):1y, butll der. n1o o1ne n the r.i4lall 4 O'.vi'l I,1n h li . 'i. - "Polic".mlall Ilaillalll broughll t him in," tinon. 1ll old Imnother Sitt near hint, and Bahl the j.tilr, ";ilal turnedl hln oVe'r to when (. I a al .Jsionalil lily if .Iunshine sl , t n. i. The lflller" als" o g:.1, " oe l t. 'i.rvolt'e thlough the wlno.ows and ltlumilned the wHith whilch, h.e saiil, the killing had li en ittl.l'elr of the oom)lli heli' hIIopet' seiemed to donlle." lie ii ,lo~y d ll a .l sIhe ' gave a flait ilntili'. ilMr. ,Le y exallinell i1 large rel'' olvl' ""'Ilti" MShadil'l is being tited the handeild him by the county attornely Iandl third tlime for tilhe murder of .' (iMrtinl J. said it iwas the one Po11( l l n l'llllm lllndltan t)'('1nnor, In a reaer Ia1n of KI lly & had tlulr ,d into the city Jnil at the Egan. ' aloon, at No. 10 as:it ['ark street, tiJl' of the murderllllltI. The gun, five loadl Ill the er.ly lmorninng 1 Jlnnlll'." 11, IMNX, i e l 'a;tI igi 's :21n1 . i ii one ll llty lhei'll wt'e the lday on w\lh 'h Tl''14) .a) .J1. I.tihey .41,,t 'fl'lered ill + 'eidence(' , Jbut ;IIs ohJe,'tli on \\'asH and ktlled Patrt'k .1. .:,rg y, 1 it t 1 1n the l.lllu thtll 1l ha t neither the gun| Shalw\(ell dotes not tiiI|V lhaji afteir ti's nor the cartrid'gesi had ben idefntilted :Lu long iconll lllmnt. At thli timlle he( co'illl- thie l 'ones used by S1hatl\dw ll. 1111tted the crime |le 11;1q as .al.. e ah the The obj''rl ion was .ustalined so '4)' as pr.olverb.ll Rhgllt, his t cnlll111Oll I"einlg dlu, it re( t to the 'earl'ildge, biut overruilellt. It if ':t11l, to tihe ''Xcessit' e tItse i? 1)1' 1ll, I on the otlhelr olint, and the gllun was or11 m .rthi. i, but Ihis systemtn l is e\'Id.ently i.:liit'. l l i to each juryll mnll frll illSli.'tiol fl','( oft thie drug now, ast he looks iluch 'The state lal rmissllllision to Illlljt 7letli' ti a evet'r blrl'ue. HIIt tates a the d'lpositions of Plattrck 1. Ketll. i "BOB" SH ADWELL, ' Sketched in the Courtroom Today by Inter Mountai tist. great interest In the proceedilgs, ap parently never missing a point either for or against him. This morning the state Iinished its side and the first witness for the defense 'was testifying when the noon hour arriv\ed. After a jury was sc ured yesterd'ay evening and Deputy C'ounty Attorney Yuneey 'had made the opening statement, Henry Hochman told his story of the Sshooting. He said O'Connor had 'been drinking and was abusive towards Shad well--he had taken Shadwell to task for not shuffling the cards at the ,bottorn of the pack. A. M. Anderson said he had heard O'Connor say to Shadwell: "You - -, shuffle those cards from the bottom or I'll hit you on the head with a chair. I have spoken to you like a gentleman, but I'll take a chair to you from now on." "8hadwell said nothing in reply," said Anderson, "but played a few more hands and went out of the room. When he Fame back he asked for his checks, but O'Connor refused to give them to him. Then Shadwell unbuttoned his vest and drew his gun. 'O'Connor tried to get un der the table and in so doing tipped it over. Just then Shadwell fired the shot that killed O'Connor." City Jailer Testified. This morning Solomon Levy, city Vicilr, Col., and Martin McDougall of Mullan, Idaho, but the defense object 'd to the granting of the request on the alleged ground that the depositions ht 1 not been taken according to law. It asserted that the court had n(ither ordered the abe(ent witnesses to give a bond for their alppeartnce nor directed the taking of the depositionl, and there fore they could not be made a part of the testimony. Deposition Ruled Out. The county attorll( y )produced a letter from each of the men in order to show their absence from the state, for it was only by proving such absence that the depositions could become a part of the testimony. "The objection to the submission of these depositions is sustained," said the judge, at the conclusion of the argu ment. "The state rests," said Alexander Mackel, one of the attorneys for the state. Attorney Thresher, who has represent ed Shadwell since the murder was com mitted, told the jury what the d.fense expected to' prove, and called 'upon Flynn Herbert, a saloopkeeper of 1I11 linge, to open the testimony 'in behalf of the prisoner. Herbert said that two or tlree nights before the murder he was pllaying poker with Shaddwell and others flood QualitieisMke. GRA II S P. fINiffMltikl ha r Too M t o Pay I I MAore BN arg.ainsP Tha KI1o L UIEI O T M T B Low Ices .. BY BUTTE' 1' 1tovSE FURNISHER8 FOR TNE MASSES.. Too Cheap a Thing CARPETS, RERIGRATORS, GO-CARTS, RANGES The most extensi ..piprehensive, aund tiful display of usetul and serviceable house furnishings that ever tempted Butte buyers, The world s choicest productions,, ught together by these tireless toilers for trade after months of careful plan. ning, and Intelligent buyin&.rd now offered for o, tinspection and consideration as the most striking examples of reasonably priced, worthy qualities for home use and decora nt that money, experience and thorough knowledge of values could produce, "f In QurBig arpet Room . you will find this spring's greatest surprise--1,823 rolls of. match less carpet beauty and value, bright and pretty as spring blos soms. Every room in, the home or rooming house has' :been pro vided for--from cellar to garret we cati o vpe every. floor, without selling you a pattern or figure ybu ever tooked at before, all fresh from the mills. Nearly a train load just through the blockade. Be ..... sure and see them. 1o Rolls Cottage Ingrains 30 Rolls ranite Ingrains 2s Rolls American Brussell 30 Rolls Smiths Ex. Ax 'ull yld whle, bright, fresh pat- 'I'he most servicea'ble nmediun Large and small figures, suitable minsters t.'rns ............................. quality 'bedroom carpets made ,. for all size rooms; hight and dark 25c a yard 35c a yard grounds .......... .......... ......The aristocrats of carpetdom, with 5oc a yard extra wide Iborders; high art 40o Rolls Union Ingrains 5 Rolls Ingrain Carpets for8 Rolls Wool Velvethed palceo ofry pa ionare, Twentyv-four choice, extra heavy xtra heavy wool yarn, close wove, and priced to fit the purse of the stt.I,, Iin light and dlark grouned,, large scroll and leaf pattern In- Green and red ground., floral and cottage dweller .............. fl .rn wt.,avels, reverl1ble patterns, grains, suited to large rooms. feather patterns, generously good Inadl from lstroIng, sMmooth yarns Grandly good ,.lue ........... value, for $1.35 a yard 5oc a yard 6oc a yard 85c a yard so Rolls Plush Weave Ax 23 Rolls Ingrain Carpets 18 Rolls Ingrain Carpets 75 Rolls Axmlnste!r minsters Cholice of a magnlficent- range- of Ktri'tly ill-cwol, .super)b weight, (ienuine 3-ply all- wool heavy patterns; deep, soft pile, with or A novelty In moresaue, mottled standad grade., high-cl.iss floor weight, top-notch quality In- without Iborders; high-grade fields, with broad figured bor co\trlings, unmiatchaible values, grains that we defy you to match weaves, in light or dark grounds; dare, very swell and quite pecu at .. . ....... ............... . at any prlce. Our price .......... floral or rug effects .............. liar. Rich in the extreme . 65c a yaL4 85c a yard $1.10o a yard $1.35 a yard Refrigerators For Baby Here, as in many oth- Whitney er lines. we offer you not only a money saving op- ...Go-Carts .~ portunltY, but a chance You wil finwd a complete line now of securing the world's on sale in our front salesroom. .' You will find them marked to save best-the celebrated you from $1.50 to $10.00 in prd'ce. " NN RIGERATYou will find them n beautiful de RANNEY R[gInsERATOR .sin You will find them for a that afford no home for 17.0, $15.00, $12.50, $10.00, $7.50 anxt A - the deathdealing mi- e wii sell you a Go-Cart with Si eoCtdree varnished body, tinned steel - crobes; that keep their wheels, rublber tires, Whitney anti contents sweet and fresh friction patent w'heel fastener, scroll springs and back wheel foot Sand ,oinlsume less Ice brake than any known device o $.0 .. co made for the same use . .. . No. 441 Ice Chet N. 412 Refigerator Buck's Ranges Is 30 in hs wide, 18 inchIo deep is large size, with two front open- Every Range has planished or blue steel frame. Every Range is guar It id 2, iu~ lns high; weighn 901s . k l1gs; ihas a water cooler, is fin- anteed to work perfectly. Every Range is Insured for lasting qualities. it is niely linisht in golden oak Ished in golden oak, beautifully B ' Seli g and has a to........... caved. The trmmings ae all Bucks Stering Range Buck's Sterling Range I-rice $9.00 nitkel and very heavy............ No. 811-1 has white enameleu oven No. 83H has high back shelf, 18x Price $18.00 rack and counter balanced white 20x13 Inch oven, 6-8 inch holes in No 4nmlRefrigerator o eddoor, easily opened and top, nice nickel drnaments, No. 403 Refrigeerfectly tight, oven Is 14x20x13 eled door and oven shelf. It weighs is c i, ics No 8 Refrigeraornches in size. Top has 4-8 inch 880 pounds and In 2: inches ide, 16 lnch.s deep .8R rgto holes. This size weighs 360 sells for ................. $50.00 a ln 25 inh'hs high. Ihce ('.,iac'ty pounds and 'r6h.. las drop top l oor a4cd I'LIC2EI.AIN LINIED, has remov. seons and nh l fne t d at- a hil pai'tiLon, and is te only sells for ............... $35oo Buck's Reservoir Range ang from s fh to shio. (,,lnn .k porcelain lilcnd refrigerator we Buck's Climax Range No. 781 Climax has high shelf, finh flush top reservoir, white enamel ih...................... . know of that is so constructed No. 82H has higlh back shelf, lined, a grand, richly nickcl trim Price $1.00 that the linings will not check, white enameled door and oven med beauty, pretty as it can be and $ shelf, handsome nickel trimmings, good as it is pretty, weighs 400 No 40ý Refrigerator , rtt : .-8 hole In top, burns coal or pounds and $ 0 No 405Ref r a perfet ,antary system of wod, weihs ghs3330pounds s'ells dro ...........'...... 347.0 Is 28 Inches wide 1 Inches dep rafts that insure its contents and sells for............. $42.5o Buck's Reservoir Range and 43 Inches gh .Ice capacy from becoming tainted, one with Buck's Sterling Range No. 783 Climax has readily , he kfnish h." ti e other and can be depended No. 82H has large oven, high back dropped oven doot, with counter carve,', with pretty nh'k-i tritm- on to save Its cost In a single shelf, white enameled oven rack weight so adjusted as to let it liigs a.t lpatented points ; 'f a s ll il the reduced consulmp- and door, 6-8 inch holes in top, down easily at the slightest touch, construction ...... . " tion of ice ................. fancy nickel trimmings, weighs 370 high back shelf, porcelain lined o ounds and sells reservoir, weighs 430 r .Price $4.50 o. ..................... 47.5o pounds and sells for $52.50 We Fay the [reight IIJROWNII[LI)-CANTI CARlU[I CO MailusYourOrders , 48 to 54 West Park and 43 to 45 W. Galena St., Butte r in the O'Connor quarte'rs, and while the gamne was going on O'(Connor and Shad wvell had snlme words over the cutting. of t'Ih caLr'ds. ('('eounor told Shad well to cut the ('arIi prAperly and punctured the re' qu, st with an epithet. lerber't said he idII not want Shaulwell to cut tile card3 and sMltke of it to O'Connor. "The( night of the killing O'Conlnor was abusive," said Hlerbert. FREDERICK WARDE TONIGHT FI'r, i'rlek Warde presented "The' Mountclobank" to a large and appr,('atliv tnulieneo at Hutton's Broadway theatet' itst evening. "The Mountebank" is a mixture of mirth and sorriow, lpriobably miiore of thq lhttt r ihlan ti former', anld when pre-' s.- nt4"d by suclh clever art:;ists as thus I' who (cnlllmprise the WVarde crompany, I$ alwatys in dermand by the theater'-going public. Last evening sonie of the nios' i nthuslastic imembers of the audience \ereI toucllhed to tears during the rLn nitlon of the sympathetic parts of the play. Mr. Warde is surrounded by a cornm pany of first-class actors and actresses, and no part of the play was weak. "The Mountebank" was written bye D'Ennery, author of "The Two Orphans," and, although it has been presented in Butte many times, the public never tires of it. Tonight Mr. Warde will present "Othello" and portray the part of the Moor of Venice, the principal character. Charles Herman will take the part of Jago and Miss Antoinette Ashton will assume the role of Desdemona. MORPHINE USERS EXCLUDED No morphine or opium users need ap pIly for admission at the poor farm. An crl,. has been given excluding all peo pIl llddicted 'to the use of drugs from that institution. ('oillty Physician Donnelly explains th. order on the grbund that victims of di uM hithbits spread the vice to others whin housed with them in the poor f(.t ti, and that beside that they are like ly I,, kill people by giving them over ¶Ult's of morphine and opium. i\\'llam Parsons, also known as "Two lil I:illy," a recent victim of the mor phi;, ' habit, is the first unfortunate to f,'!1 the effect of the order. He was ex f'lud.d from the poor farm yesterday. Shl't ppllied to 'the commissioners for re ('Il temtporarily, and probably something iil be done for him. He says' he is 'u:ling for money from Idaho relatives nd will not be a charge on the county e . long. i Some provision for the permanent care f indigents addicted to drugs will have o he made if the order excluding them ro1i the poor farm is maintained. Th' commissioners today instructed ounty Superintendent of the Poor ~rossman to consult with County 'hyslcian Donnelly concerning the fu ture disposition of indigents who use )arc'otic drugs, Monday the county physician will ex amine the patients at the county poor farm and determine whether the three ,known users of morphine there shall be llowtid to remain or not. If the victims of opiates have to be re 'moved from the poor karm for the sate Rubb er Goods 20 % Off Water Bags Throat Sprays In fact all Rubber Goods At 20o Off For Few Days All Goods Guaranteed CHRISTIE & LEYS 12 N. Main St. BUTTE ty of the other inmates they will be pro vlded for elsewhere. DEATH, OF MRS. MEN'DELSOH'HN Mrs. Julius Men'delsohn died last night at her home, No. 108 South W.ihlngttM?_' street. Mrs. Mendelsohn was a bride of but three weeks. She was taken iII with typhoid fever, four days before her death. Her mother in San Franclew9 was- notified when she was first taken IT eURIBS WHAT CURE.? PERRIN'S PILE SPECIFIC No appllcation necessary. Just ake it, that's all For Sale at all Druggists t Write for descriptive pamphlet. C. A, PERRIN, M. D., Helona, Mont ill and is expected in Butte today. Julius Mendelsohn is one of Butte's pioneer business men. He has many friends throughout the city who will sympathize with him in his bereavement. Reasoning for Elimination. Colonel Bryan must have a room full of scrap books, unless his scrap editor has elimfi'ated' all 'that Is unappreciative of the colonel. Necessity is not only the mother of invention but the divorced wife of plenty.