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ORDER IF B'NAI B'RITHHAS I · -.-.
ll .eneiari NEW LAWS OF WIDE SCOPE ------i' New regulations concerning the Jew Ish order of B'nal B'rith have been Is sued and copies of the laws have been received in Butte. Butte has one of the leading B'nai B'rith lodges in the United States. Its members are enthusiastic in the benevo lent work of the order and they have anade their lodge known to every mem ber of the Jewish race in the country. When the annual convention of B'nal B'rith was held last February the Butte delegates took a prominent part in the meeting. These delegates *ere N. W. Bender, Henry Jonas and Sig. Gena berger. In all of the proceedings of the con? vention they were active and they add O8L LEVY. ed new glory to the Butte lodge. It was through their autivity that the fame of the Butte lodge was increased and they were the recipient of many compil ments and congratulations on the suc cess and prosperity of the lodge. Formed for Charity. In all charitable work the Butte lodge takes a prominent part. The object of the B'nal B'rith lodges throughout the United States is charity and in Butte the lodge is particularly active In all charitable work, not only among the Jews, but among all creeds and nation+ alltles. Its membership includes every Jew of prominence in the city and Is growing every year. At the grand lodge meeting in Feb ruary, in San Francisco, there were sev ertal changes made In the general laws, all of which had the Indorsement of the B3utte delegater. Some of these changes, which have just been made public, were as follows: "If a member dies before the thee f1(' making any demand or exercising any right under the laws of our order has expired, any of his beneficlaries un der our laws may be substituted in his DEN WErINBE!L. SNO'HOMISH-TRAMWAY REPORT 'FOR MARCH John S. Harris has filed in the United States court his report for the month ai receiver for the Snohomlah and Tram way mines. The report shows that dur ing the month 959.61 tons of first-class ore were hoisted from the Snohomish mine, and that the lot brought $11,928.80. The Tramway, which is under lease to Joseph Bertoglio and others, yielded 78.75 tons. It was sold for $1,279.33. The expense common to the operation of both mines aggregated $1,043,66. The total sum paid out in the operation of the TWENTY HO'RSES DRAWING MONSTER MACHINERIY OF BUTTE WATER COMPANY. .... ... . < . ": :K. s, This illustration dhows one of three by 20 horses overland from the railroad have a capacity of pumping 4,000,000 gal- Ing, shown in the illustration, compnletes of the enormous castings for the water to the water station. lons of water every 24 hours into a res- the shipments, and work will be now ends of the new Nordberg pump, now Enormous is this new pump, the last ervoir near Feely. The reservoir is 840 rapidly rushed on the construction. The being constructed at the Big Hole eta- section of which was delivered last Bat- feet above the Big Hole station. work will be finished within a few weeks. tion of the Butte Water company. urday. The pump was constructed by Failure on the part of the manufac- When the pump is in place the con This casting weighs 17% tons and was the Nordberg Manufacturing company, turers to deliver the machinery promptly struction of the new waterworks will placed upon huge trucks, such as are Milwaukee, and reqilired 12 jreiUht cars resulted in a delay in the construction I e completed and all residents of Butte used by house-movers, and was' drawn for its transpprtation to Bute,. It will of the pump. This last section, or cast- will drink Big Hole water this summer. MARYX 8HILING place within 30 days after the grand secretary shall have notified such bene ficiaries of their right to such substitu tion, and thereafter such beneficiaries may prosecute the matter to final ter mination in the courts of the order. The amendment, furthermore, provides the proper procedure in such cases. Suspended Members. "Members under suspension from the beneficiary who desire to maintain their membership in the order as non-bene ficary members, may do so, but the premium for which they stand sus pended on the records must be paid by them, the certificate surrendered, and a release signed, dated in the month for which such premium is paid. This report was received and adopted: "From a special counimlttee on the sub ject of co-operatlou, referred to by the grand president. The committee, after ADOLPH WETZSTEIN. presenting its preamble, concludes as follows: 'We, therefore, approve the portLon of the grand presldenlt's report, and recommend that the incoming grand president be requested to enter into cor respondence with the heads of the varl ous fraternal organizations with a view of effecting a system by which the co cperation of the various socleties may be secured In all and ev.ery vital move ment designed to benefit our people or relieve them from ol)ppressive condi tions.' " Mr. Jpnas said today that tihe I'nal B'rith was very successful in Lutte. and that there was every Indication of its continued success. The new rules of the organlzation are Intended to afford better IprotectJ:m to the beneficiaries of the order's charity. They are sweeping in their scope and in clude all members of the order in every part of the world. Among those who are prominent in the lodge In this city are Ben Weinberg, Mark Schilling, Adolph Wetzstein and Sol Levy. They are well-known citi zens of Butte and active workers in the great fraternal organization. Snohomlsh was $8,430.73. This, however, included $2,747.40, which went to F. A. HIeinze as his share of the proceeds. The payroll of the Snohomish amounted to $4,365. CONNOLLY FACES COURT ON SERIOUS COMPLAINT Justice O'Connor, In the Walkervillle court, is this afternoon hearing the case against John Connolly, charged with as sault with intent to kill. Connolly assaulted John Cummings three weeks ago, beating the latter fear fully and so injuring the man that he has been in the hospital since. NEWS OF iiin WhiteGoods Selling That Bring With It ea Certainty That There's Much to , , . .. Be Saved The Reliable Stappi Stuffs and the Beautiful F'ancy Weaves of Snowy Cottons Unite in a Splendid Occasloh of Lesser Pricing Just at the Time When They Are Most Wanted Muslinb, lawns, India linons, cambrics, piques, organdies, dimities, mulls, swisses. What a world of de b lightful white textiles are concerned in this sale. How well they reflect the crisp, summery freshness so greatly esired by fas.ton, jnd what very unusual values they present. No better announcement than this was ever made by a white goods store. 'Tis time, women all, to be up and buying and we expect you today. 12c White Cambric sc h'hlte Cambric 7c White Muslin 2ac White Muslin $1.75 Long Cloth 8c oc 41/2C 8c $1.19 The "'inlon Jack," a hilghly "Lonsdale" and "llrkey," Thi' "14!" a2' nd "a8n prhi," 'r'1'i "I'i'ntcward," it very A it lo'trior grtid' of thI soft, finished white cambric of two standtard itands of both hlng good qlititles fin'., routl ti hrcltli. i hilte prcity, white long cloth, 36 conslderable virtue; 36 highest grade amtnhri; 34 ol f mft in;ish , .tlt'd naitlt. t tn itittutfattred by int'ches wIhde. ,id ntlty In Inches wide. Regular price inches wide. lRegular price nuHtnlln, :i0 n11 1lit' whi'd and i the WtIittiL.:ttIatills tlt ll ec('. of 12 yards. Value 15c a yard. Belling today nt less than 15 a ya . w rt 7 a y'd, wlth a yrd. g 0 otthi 12', a yardd 1i',llilg $1.75 a pie,'. $llling today at ...... ........ ...... .... elling today at ........10c today at ........ ......4'ltd todayat 'It ................. tR tt .... ... .... ........ 1.19 2oc Swiss flull 14c 6oc White Organdie 4oc An extra fine grade of this thin. *dld mlrles whitei sti', pruttler pretty m aterial, 45 inches w ide, than silk rtt ,gaan titl t't'wl. a'lues , the class of goods that sells reF- fUbnly I*'I1 ,p Im Hi)'ltelnitdltl itn t lr ularly at 20c a yard. RIegtlarl prices ont these gools I ' ve.t l i third hles than olt hr ..t, rs t wi yaid' Price ........ ............. 14C tis whiole season. Now they' re till Ilow, r, as Ithe below wIll tI stiy: Selling t,It y at ......... 40C 25c French Lawn s8c soc White India 15C White India 25c White India 1Fersian Lawn Materlal resemb)les the India linen, Linon at Linon at Linon at hie stit..' ,.e hilte goodst ytour but Is somewhat finer and is iIIoiiiI' I .'t' v r' ; J1twL softer finished; width is 50 Inches. lines andtlricld. Regular price 25c a yard. 20o tirade at Iac Belling today at .......... 18C 23(5 Urade at 18c iuc Dotted Curtain Swiss 9c 25c Dress Swiss IQe si/2c to 15c White Dimities 9c 30-inch curtain rSwisn of good quality, in numer- The genliP inplllltc r t li r'ss Swil n \I.s, in Vl'lit s Illarge lt ofI Ills iili ty a lr)Iri', in Vler IIILnrroW ous ILace, striped, dotted alld fianc'y Ilgured dlie- salzns ,of inthroldrti .rd 1,Ilka dutd liI d,'sig l ; 2; io'd strip'l alt 'h.'ts, 2 lit :i0 i '11ls whi'. signs. Iegular lri e 15e yard' . . h . ld ly it VullhlwiSn ttt tg fVlesit t ii I)t I' 1, a y rlld. Selling today at ........ ........ ............ a yar . elling to ay at ........ ...... 1 C llng today t .......... ................... A Great Line of Fancy White Goods at 9c First displal y uand spe.ll offer .'il f large. well-:Hisso. d Itn,, of ex.eilla e WIII. itiuttrhl ls, n '\\ sly.I of ia l i in 1 al t I sitinla 'flk'' , n i di in fancy checks; all of very good qquality, and all worth from 12t , 15e a: yard. I'rhice ......... ............... ............................ .... 9C White Pique : Mercerized Pique Lace Pique flercerized Madras In fancy stripe effeTr ts; also the ni novelty group pollt a Iol, rino; llb ig ta ns fabhr, iro lu e.l by In sal l.trl nalp'ra and iu onlven new tw ine canvas\: cloths an. :a d d 1'ft ' 411 I"gns: it nilr of hau Is of pihll', 1,1in, w ith il'lll nila ll. .ri ., highly fllished siur duck weaves. V.alus up to 3,t: really it ,'V,'s tlittV . t'l ily fli.attrni.id I laur ; i'd.a·itly it','. St1.ill t itoi el. atl flllfl thl I a yartl'd. elillng today Values til lo 42' a y ltr. ht d .itIt . Wotrih 0lh' a iiit . at ............... . 17 2C Sellingi t,iy ,a .......... 25c y:t'. ,;, ,ig ,, ay at ... 25c seX.llig ti,,i, it ........... 40C --------------------------------Hmmrrmrmmm------------ --mmM·nm Real Mocha Gloves 95c Monarch Kid Gloves $1.45 First quality gernuine I potdlr i'tl M ho,|; ghKIv , In bl,,tk, red. gra'y n11. "A\,l;lnorc.h, tile lonSt HIIIp,'ly', gri l'ul, ,'s. I fillhing glove. )l It'I maiitrket. wine; two-clastp. etmbrilule' d bhack; most lrn.lhial st r'et fil.t' from lthe ligthist gr'tde' s'lec'd i 1 ltits, ltishihtd Io the top notch glove made; sold regularly at $l.: l ............................ rl . Sh"It. il whitL, II blt ' , tlut, blwni , bo i, red, green, canary, arl land nio.te shat 's, atnd siohl Iil the regulat' 'way g Cents at ,2 ...................................... ... $1.45 CHARGES SAILOR JACK WITH BEATING WOMAN IN A BRUTAL MANNER With her head swollen to almost twice its normal size, one of her eyes swollen shut, beat and bruised about the body, a woman who gave her name as Mrs. La I)uke, is a pitiable object as she walks the floor of a cell In the city jail. Mrs. La Duke says sh" is the victim of the b.utality of Jack McDonald, familiarly known about town us "SHalor Jack." The woman admits that she left her husband and a good home to live with the sailor. While in a fit of Jealousy, she say, that "Sailor Jack" assIultted he'r In air Arizona street resort last night, anld, after knocking her down with his fist, kicked her. There does not seem to be any room for doubt from the woman's ialpearanct'i that she arecelved brutal treatment from somebody. Phe came to the police star tlon last night and said that she wanted to ,be protected. "I want to he locked up," she saldk "for 'Hailor Jack' has threatened to kill.h me." Late last night "Saillor Jack" was ar rested. When arraigned In police court this morning he entered a plea of not guilty to assault in the third degree and_ will be given a hearing at 3 o'clock next Thursday. Police do not regard "Sailor Jack" with any degiee of respect. They say he is noted as a woman beater. Ie formerly lived with Mrs. Wall, the woman who was charged with murder ing her mother at Basin several years ago. It Is said that "Sailor Jack" was In the habit of grossly misausing Mrs. Wall, who died at the county poor farm] a year ago. JUDGE HARNEY DENIES MOTION FOR REFEREE IN A PANCH CASE Judget H1-lrnily this 1o1nlnlIlig dentled a ll tionl for thie IInI tVluImII n'lit of 1 rIefr'tl' la the ;ase of i'on1 I layet, CXe.'utoir of the estate of A. H. Ford, deueased. ;Iganlllst John Ili(rlllligaln. The' suit wan brought to detelrline the ilntereHLts of tile pjarti(H iinvolved in it to the rntI 11h 'proi *rty of the late Mr. Ford. Attorney (linton, forill the diefendalts, nloved foll' the app:intenlll t of a reflvrle .Otl the ground that tIhe intlerets of the jp.rtlen wcre pit ill qulunlon !In the sult tilt that all aUcluntinrg watH all that was dloshred. tAttorney ('olter, for the plintlif, Id - luid that the interest werie not i1 dis Iputel, and opposed cd LIthe lloitllnl'llt of rl I ferete on the ground that the interests \ tire In dispute iland were to be tadjudl. :l.tled In the suilt, work which a refereJ hadtl no piowelr to perform. Judge Harney took the view that the c'ase was not it prope one for referell.ce, tund denied the motion. - n this case liranlnlgan 'lalms to have been it partner in the Ford ranch and to own half of it. 1Tayes, as the executor of the estate, denies that tirannlgan owns more than one-tenth. The ranch Is valued at several thou Hand dollars. The trial of the case will be held some time in the future. PUBLIC PRINTS SPREAD NEWS OF MINE CONGRESS Secretary Mahon of the Miners' con gress is beginning to receive clipplngs from the various newspaper clipping bu reaus. I "These clippings indicate that the newspapers of the country are tuking at $4 FULL SETS $4 Upper or.. Lower Plates 4 ( rl'il t ( a1111 to I nlly $5 Il n arty! uIn 'lh. I Inike no ma ey on thie - lmtI . 'Ii j.'hri IN r ' s oi it Ii,':tim , U jmlmto trodu u my m ptm jl r entnIl i . rk to all jlmtl I t n(I Moltmll lml. DR. GALBRAITH, 3o4-305 Goldberg Building IXA.I INATION FItIE--(' u lll ami make examnin atinn l lltt arly. O(' vr Lewlnx l)ry fi osIH 4torm'. F-tnttrmmtcm. Armcadelmly HItre t. r ,I interest in thei congre'.," sahll Mr. Ma holt today. "I find thait th .se .llppings are from paperIl in all parts of the (coui-l try. "1 am mnuch pleated that the newslla pers are paying somne attention to the congress because I have not yet )bgun my actlve campul)aig through the news paplers and those nothice are simply those that have c'rept in, as it were, and through no personal efforts on my part. However, within a wek the press bureau will be working here, the oficilal call will be out and then the notices will be much amore frequent and of more importance." These newspaperl notices are all adver tisements of Blutte as they speak of the congress being held in this city Heptem b(r 1 to 5. ALDERMAN ABE COHEN AIRS HIS GRIEVANCE Alderman Abe Cohen does not like the manner in which matters in connection with the organization of the now city council were conducted during his ab sence In California and has called for a nlew deal. At a caucus of aldermen held a few weeks ago, A. G. Hlebanaler was slated for president of the council and it. P. Kelly for vice-president. Cohen, how ever, was In California at the time, L1ast week he returncsl and when told of the slating it Is claimed that he almost threw a fit and announced his Intention of calling anrother caucus int order to give ithe actionl of the former one the lpropler tinge. Cohen says he has notlhitig against Hleblnaler, but objects to the way In which his selection was brought about. lIe says It has never been custolnary to caunus until two or thre'e lays betfore the n(ew coun(lcil meets, but onI thlis oouHsion It was done three weeks before and therefore has ithe a ppear'an(ce of a 'It - hot,. He has asked for ainoth.r 'catuus In1 otrd r that hie atight express hls views in the nmatter, If Mr. Cohen's wi5' hc ate c('olllied witht the proposed caucus will bet held wontetime between now and Haturlay. COSLETT ASKS DIVORCE THAT'S ALL HE WANTS James Coslett brought a sulit for di vorce in the district court today against Ida Coslett on the ground of desertion. 'The complaint says that Mrs, Coslett and Coslett were married at iFrelighsburg, Canada, In 1876, and that Coslett hasl lived in Montana for over a year. It also alleges that Mrs. Coslett, with J. D.M'SQ meom VETERINARIY SUItaEON Hionorary graduate of the Ontario Vet. erlnary college, Toronto, Canada. Treats all diseases of domeuticated animals ac cording tc scientific principles. Office at Marlow's stables. 104 South Main street. Telephone 293. All cases prompt' ly attended to. CjutL rovo(tion and against the will of the plaililff, deserted her husband in August, 1897, and has persisted In con tinuing the dl(eertion ver sinceli. All Colsett asks for is a divorce, and no children are mentioned iln the comnplaint. A NEW MONTANA NEWSPAPER The Hearc'hlight Is a neiw eight-page weekly which has made its appearance in Culbertson, Valley county, Montana. It is well filled with the news of that part of the state, presented In an intelll gent and attractive manner. The Inter Mountain extends to E:dlitor eed its fellcitations and predlhts abundant sue (''.s for the new enterprise. )on't forget (Congrove's famous orN chantra at Auditorium Friday evening, May 2, given under the. auspicos of the M. W. A. and Royal Neighbors. Tickets are for saleh at 'I'owell & Winterlailter's, No. 2$ Park, ('arder Wall Paper Co., No. 115 W. P'ark, Neens Grocery. No. 107 i.. Main street, Worth's Cafe, No, O6 E. Park, Crown Talloring Co., No. 229 E. P'ark. * PAINT You• READY House fOR WITH THE "DEVOB" BRUSH PAINiT A guarantee given with every can: if not satisfactory in wearing and worklng qualities your money will be refunded. WAfLL PAPEI MIXED PAINT B A BI,.,...,.. Ellis Paint Co. Successors to Carder Bros Phone 104. I7 F. Quartz St.