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There's nothing so conducive to real enjoyment as good music. Certainly no well regulated home should be without a piano. That is to say, a high-grade instrument-a Vose for instance. None better made. The Vose piano is not only perfection of construction, tone and action, but also of handsome design and beautiful finish. Not so expensive, either. Cash or installments. Montana Music Co. 119 N. Main Street pingpong Championship Game of Ping-Pong to be played in our show window, Saturday evening. May 10. The two young ladies that receive the most number of votes by Sat urday morning, May 10. First prize will be a $12.00 set Ping-Pong. Second prize, a $5.00 Set of Books. Girls to be between the ages of 12 and 17 years. MONTANA BOOK CO. COr. Park ane Academy Sts. I VOTE FOR Miss Table Tennis Prices to Suit Everybody 75c Per Set And Upwards Extra Balls fer Plug Pong. Base. ball Goods, all kinds, all prices. New Stationery. New Books .....EVANS' BOOK STORE..... 134 North flaln Street, Butte. ...GAS... Se.st and Cheapest For Heat. The Most Convenient For Cooklnm 2ert and Chea pest and Most Labor Sa.'ainjg J. .sº Gas Office 202 North Main Street PAPER HANGING We were very busy last week selling and (hanging Wall Paper. Wherever you see a yellow painted stepladder, you may know that "Ellis" Is doing the work. You will see those ladders all over town. We want to make this week our banner week in PAPERHANGING. Come in and figure with us. Ellis Paint Co. Successors to Carder Bros Phone 104. 17 E. Quartz St. IT CURES! WHAT CURES? PERRIN'S PILE SPECIFIC No applloation necessary. Just ake it, that's all For Sale at all Druggists Write for descriptive pamphlet. C. A, PERRIN, M. D., Helena, Mont MONTANA UNDERTAKING COMPANY Funeral Directors Expert Embalmers THOS. LAVELL, Prop. Thos. Sullivan, Mgs. Phone 8a. 1a5 E. Park, butto & AMUS.MENTS. Button's Grand-"In Missouri." Sutton's Family-"The White lle phant." The Grand-Dark. BUTTE CURRENT NOTES Orton Brao.-Planos and organs. Attorney T. J. Walsh is over from Hel ena. C. S. Primrose of the Gentry dog and pony show is in Butte. M. E. Knowles, state veterinarian, is over from Helena today. Dr. M. A. Miller of Dillon is among the visitors in Butte today. 0. A. Chevigny, dentist, has moved his office to new Clark building. * A. E. Taber of the Montana Central I: in Butte today from Great Falls. H. H. Potting, a Marysville merchant is making a business visit in Butte. J. G. Bates, tuner, Montana Muslh Co., 119 N. Main street. TeL 04.L C. P. Prescott of the Northern Pacific railroad is in the city from Missoula. Mrs. W. E. Ellsworth returned to Great *Falls after a continued visit in the city. Main springs, $1.00; watches cleaned, $1.50; warranted. Mayer. 65 West Park. J. G. Morony of the First National bank of Great Falls is at the Thornton. Mr. and Mrs. John Healey of Anaconda were visiting friends in Butte yesterday. Attorney N. W. McConnell of Helena . among the recent arrivals from over the ranch. J. B. Gnose, an Anaconda merchant, is over from the Smelter City this morning. S. R. Jensen, the Great Falls brewer, arrived in the city last e\'enlng from the north. C. W. Goodale, who has been making a business trip to Great Falls, returned last night. I. LT. Johannena, one of the well-known business men of the capital, is a guest at the Flnlen. Thomas R. Hinds left yesterday for Seattle, where he Intends to look upi a business location. E. J. Murphy, a well-known St. Paul commission mall, is among the recent ar rivals in the city. Ed Gribbell, who has been spending the winter In Thunder Mountain, is a recent arrival in the city. Lieut.-Gov. Frank Higgins arrived in the city today from the West and is staying at the Butte. \V. J. Fransham, the well-known horse dealer of Boz'eman, Is among the late arrivals In Butte. Peter Cox of the Anaconda school board, who helped to stake out the Butt townalte, is In the city. J. W. Morris, the mining man from Whitehall, came in this morning to spend the day in the city. Harry Quinlan, the well-known Lattic man of Hlrace Track, arrived this morn ing and is at the Southern. Dr. Hammond has moved his offices from the l3.aver block to the C(lark building, corner l'ark and Acadely. * Charles N. Kosler, secretary of the re cently organized State l'('c'rewer' tIssociat tion, is in Butte today from Helena. Mrs. Charles WV. French has returned to, her home in Anaconda after it couple of weeks' visit with friends in Butte. I. L. Sheltpard, a weli-known hotei l Imaln of Missoula, camen in f'lro the West today and Is staying at the Fill cn. J. P. Howe, a well-known theatrical man of Seattle, ae('a''OI a llli'd by Mrs. Hlowl', is a guest at tile ThorIoiOln. H. P. Mclntyre, a lprominent mining lman of Nelson, 1i. C., arrived in the city last night, and is staying at tile Finlel. Ashmun N. Brown of the editoritl de partment of the Anaconda Standard, spent yesterday in the city with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Maynalrd and d(laughter, who have been spending the week with friends in Butte, returned to their home In Helena yesterday. Billy tandall has shipped hls stable to Anaconda from San Francisco, where he will get them in condition for the conming meeting In this city. For bargains :n Wall Paper call at the Butte Paint & Wall Paper Co. All 1902 stock ranging from 10 cents, per double roll, upwards. 131 West Park sereet. * rI. C. Belllnger, formrsrly a well-known mining engineer of this city, bIut now engaged in the constructllon of the new smelter Pt Victoria, B. C., is a guest at thile 'rhornlton. Englowood Lots.-Perftec title, electrlc line already graded, fine soil, soft wateir, new school house one block away. Lots sold on $10 monthly paynments. Mrs. Jessile ('. Knox, Box 1034. * Mrs. Elmira ,Noyes, widow of thle late .ihn Noyes, \will leave this evening flor Seattle to laok after matters il cnlllnec tlon with the eptate left by Mr. Noyes 14 that city. She 'will ba accomlpaniedl by Mrs. MeC. White, her tlaughltelr, and Johint Ntyes, one of her sons. INGRAHAM AGAIN TO BE'MEMBER OF'THE BUTTE POLICE FORCE Among the new police ffll1c'rs to he ap pIointed by Mayor Davey Is W. J. Ingra ham. Mr. Ingraham left the force at the close of Mayor Harrington's regime in 1898, and has been engaged in other employ ment. During the three years he lpreviously spent in the police department of Butte Ingraham was known as one of the most capable, obliging and efflcient ollicc:rs on the force. His bravery was attested when the gang headed by Tom Hudson attempted to rob the Silver Bow bank in broad daylight In 1895. Policeman Ingraham was within call Ing distance when he robbers entered the hank, and arrived in time to frustrate the attempt. In the encounter, in which Hudson, one of the robbers was caughit and held by Ingraham, the latter had several bullets 'put through his blouse but fortunately escaped uninjured, After the robbers hurriedly left the hank they ran down the alley. Ingratham pursued and faced the drie of the robbters who shot at him as they tan. SINGS "HOLY CITY" IN THE TOMBS While police court was In session this morning Frank Alfred, once known pro fessionally as Alflerl, a member of one of the leading opera companies, sang the "Holy City." in fine baritone. The man sang with all his heart in his voice and the beautiful music lifted and pealed through the corridors of the jail and coutt room. "Jerusalem, Jerusal mn, lift up thy gates and sing. "Hosannah in the highest, Hosannah tc your King," the full-toned voice rang out clear and distinct. For a few min utes there was a sllentce in the court room and all listened to the appealing tones of the song. "Hosannah in the highest, Ilosannah for ever nlore." The voice rose higher and higher in its eestacy of melody and then stopped as suddenly as it had begun. It had much effect uponI the court and more upon the unfortunates who were lined up before him. Seventeen more or less bedraggled men and women lined up before Police Judge Bloyle after a night in the tombs, as punishment supertimposed by law as nature's penalty for over much drink ing and other offenses against the city ordinances. Police court Monday ilorning In ilutte is always extraordinary, for there are more than the usual orf horrid tales of misery and depravity unfolded. Excuses are offered and even eloquent JURORS ARE JOK[D JUDGE CLANCY HAS FUN SELECT ING A JURY PANEL. "JOSHES" WITH CITIZENS Court Curries Taxpayers Who Seek to Get Excused From Jury Duty Hands Them a Few Jovial Remarks From Bench. Judge Claney lmpaneled a new trial jury today. About 100 ju ror's were brought Into his court by vcenrll', and about :10 were held to try civil cases on is calenda.r. As usual, there was eni'ter talnlment In thie court while len who desired to be excused w(ere pr)esenting reasons for consideration. "I want to explain clearly at the start that the more loss of lius.InIss or a job Is no excuse under the li aw," the lll'rt said at the start. "You will have to find something better than that." The first man to ittracit attentuion was Harry Fries. He was called by the hname of "Henry Fleas," 'and he had th(e mistake currected. His First Joke. William Page headed the pil'rs'.ititi to the judge's desk. "My name is \VilliamU Page," saidl lie. "1 find WiIlliam Page thIe fiurtll name from the top of the page,," saild the court, smilljing at his own play on the words. Then he lIt Mr11. l'age go beca;use he was an enlgineer. Itarney Ferns was ill the war; \:was sick and could not serve. "Well, i ,,rney Ferns, sick and taking me.liclne. You're exl'u.led," the court said. *After Blans Meyer had :irrivelI at thei desk arlll mumbled, the court said: "W'ho's slk In your family?" "My Iman who's at wor'k on lhi ra:ncih, at the farml," Mr. Mayer rteplied. Go Away Back. "In the Ilitter hoot valley'?" the court grinned over his glasses. Hans looked puzzled. "That's nio good. Hitre another mlan. There are lots of Idle tren. Go away back anld sit downi, Mr,. Mayer!" the court added. Frank G(eoruge, an Italian, could not uti derstand English. "Are you a ciltizen?" Judge Claincy asked. "Yes," the mran replled. "Oh, I see. You can undtrstand poli tics, but you can't uItder'sttand law. You are discharged." Frank Blodgett .s the stationary engi neer at the school of mines. Ills duties needed his attention. "''1 thought the engllli''eers were on a strike," the court remarked pleasantly. "Sqorime of them," M.r. Illutldgett stniled bac·k. "But I'm not one." IIhe was allowed to go,. One New Excuse. F. A. Goble has rheumatism.l. "YOU have rllhumnatisllr so had you can't serve oni the jury?" "Hcart," the jurorlt replilted, and the court excusetd hill., "I just servedl in the I'nitcel States'i coult," said John McDolnald, a butslllness It's tut of ou " jursl.ud htlin T .ash'L FTl'AO "'o)i, Ewe'r'e not suitpposed to know ally thing about the I'nited SaitesC court tier, It's out of our jurisdlction. That's a bad tphue over there, anyway. 'l'hy ornly pay $2 a dlay. We pay morle her'," Judge Clancy said. "But my husin'ess needs iiMe," Mr. Mc Donald said. "Oh, that's all right," the court replied cheerfully. "You are iroundl to\iwn a lot. You know all about the case. You can make $3 a day here anid run your busi ness, too." Questions Language. lHenry Fries was a (icrmnan and coul? not understand inglish, though he had lived here for nine years. "\Vhere have you been living all the time, in the (cermian clolony?" tihe court asked. "Oh, not all the timn," the man replied. "You lived some time iI the Germlan colony, and some time in tihe Alericuan colony and somiie time in the Irish colotly, I suppose. Andt you cuan't talk English? WVell, 1'11 have to dispenlse with your ser vi'es." Tom Lavelle, the stalieman, was be hind Anatolll, waitring t, explain why he was late and to ask to le excused, "Well, you can talk ELigllsh well enough," the coul't remarkt'd fac'etiously. "Yes,' replled Mr. Lavi\'ell, and added that his Ibusinenes ou'id'i him. "Well, you're a little lati', but t \woun't former Operatic Baritone Renders the Song and Softens Heart of Po lice Judge for Mon day Morning's Motley Gathering. plea are oftimet madei In police (oulrt Mondaly orning. Someti.iriiii there are extentllhting cirtrumstanc·els in ('case of allege'l fighting and disturbances, but seldom in the cutre ot f i charge of drunk. The latter' i1 usualtly strikingly pictured upon Ihe fac(es of the "HUtltudents" who Coliet 11 fot"r senit'nrl' or trial. Five min charged with drunk all pleatd ed guiltly tulld were given the llliiltUllllun fine. I'.IIr women and two men challrge with cri.Iltg a disturblnllle in' WyominglIg alley, isllltled pleiast or guilty andlll we're' fined $1 eachl, and several' otther min)or canoi.e ,.re disposed of Il one way or anoIIthe. REBUKES MR.tlRE[N PHYSICIAN ACCUSES COUNTY AT TORNEY O' BREAKING LAW. THREATENS HIM WITH ARREST Doctor Says Oflcial Has No Right to Violate City Ordinance, Even in Pur suit of the Law-Cause of This Severe Reprinand. M rs.. PI'rouIx's 4-yea' r-44th girl i.4 tNffer Ilug f'un diplhthheria 't Ihl Proui' x liU4X i,44, No. l1000 Stouth Idlalho stretIl, ;land may d lc: "' U'1e, . th 4 tsnl1144 'll4onal l os4 ' o1 4 M444l 1iding with Mi.s. M i'ni (lh':4 y throe 1week: ;iago, the littleh girl 1h4IH )' s ffll'('r ing froi slrle feverI ti, n111 41 ' t hIouse ,has L en und4l 4 rl44 ' rltu rantinl4.'. 'T'oday3' thL, atlenlintg p~hysi'i.ln .aid th( , child h:1, teve\lnl,444 d It severe c's.i' , o4 f dll hthel1111 rt1 tild Its lea.htI IN hourly <expelt-d.l MIr14. Minnie1 ('ra11dy, 11who is e,' 1used of druggin4 g a. nd r4 obbltg M .rs. 'roix' , I4s II j4ail. ; 4nd1 t 'he 'rial of hen 1 s 4l' d.I4'.14en ll4on h4 :,4s'. t 44.14 .r . l's',I4X 4444n 4ge l 4t ll 4of l.t lll I llt lne. IIt '-te l.s to 'Le the 4 4in44ll44Ih4 of 4' l4tl4y 4Attorney ( 14 ' l ' l It r l4ree4 h:tl M.1rs'.'r' ix I4 :+h.ltn ningt( he N l,. th + Is I chl'ild fi'" s IIe r'l' t4son11, 14 ll I the P ih 'ys i llllan I ' t. In( o n , s 4a s his sus't4l444i34444ns are tll "rh 4 . .4I.n4tl l l attorney 1 i 1. r4n4 44id 4the' il444 n I - h4' tak1 4 lll. 'ils 4111' .' it S44 ,4 r'.julh'. Th4' lchild is likely lit di4'. 11. 4has i l I4;:lh effort to t''r4 44 k 4il e I . u l 4ntl44444, :4II 41 lls4 actio4ll44s44 4 4l 1 h w' 44t 1 l" l tah'l4l tl,'d it4o ml'lto 'ihtr lute to I1 l ' l .tilll of 4h,4 4 h4lh 4' (I'th' Ie4tlII I qli'lt of4' the' lit oth4 ''. 'I'Th, 4ol4 ' dep4. :u'I nt' ll4'4 will t=r 4l't4 4 i44' t 4n4u4til y4 iltil.tll y II' It. ll4l4.u4p4l4l4 to )l4'44 'lithe' .llu ranl ine 44l 4i444, if' th.e h4a41 ,,4' tha't 4l4l4r4ll4luenl 444ts I4 a')4.4ord 4..u wilth lly e1' I4jUl'4l." NICE QUESTIONS OF HONOR UPSET MEN OF MINE CONGRESS se4e.rly MahonI1 ol'f the millhers' c.'t - g'eres w\ts wvottinlg et worried look tlls 444or44ing4 . 11' will war' It 44 4o444 t4l44t4 Lto timte ulntil he h.ur'as from a l4i4er which4 hIe r4l.tst.., b4y s4le,4h. l deliver't'y sta4 ,4 tLhis In tL1' 44rush 'of work in the hei't'll4u44 't ('4rs of I4I.' congress i ' i( tlle r 'i-was ' .1i the 4444gro4s44 ; 444one with 4tu4'h ifttllu4t1tt'(' 4s: '"lon. .Mrs. ---4' l W as'! W sn't sit' mail? ''h,'r,' 1was 1 llf a 4 'in her 4 n' l4 that ih44 "lion." 11had been I44ut on4 ,I all Jhsult 4and ,h.' didn't nlltt'4. h444' w14lls in so4 4 il4l'or4l4 i4g44 Mr. M 4th4 n. ' 44 l :44 t 4 .4 ti4' r' 4I.44 Mr. Ma44h 1n w4 I'rs I1 worri'4 l 4look and why h4' sen't an4 x 4l44t41t4 4 n by l) e'iatl ' h4 li' er' y se4ling4 f',r'th 4h,' tl'iu' r''4so for the r' i l''fx 4o "It s all t ke, t it was l -'. 4n44nt4;4 1 ','' .stld Mr'. MIhotn. RECEIVER RIUSSELL ASKS FOR ADDITIONAL PAY J. IU Itui nell has l ttitoned Ihl, dts Irt'ht ciurt to Ibe allowed to drawI $400 li I'~f iii in th I ii.aSi of I latri lck M illllil' again"l the U tIi Ilfalirdware ' iomTialy. Itu. II is the re'v lver IIi leh sulit. hi' says 1:11 he wa'n . lpl ilhtir I t (',,ll ,'t r 'n ts ,ilil profits fronl the pr ll ises i. n litiga ltiin, and that he uils iolle( ted iabhouot $s,i000. lie addi that hi'e has been paid $:i5i hi fees a lready, aln] hie isks that the $400 asked for ,.h chalrgd to his acount when the total fees to ie allowlhd limn are. settled at thi dtilir'inl nationl of thie suit, FR;AWLEY COMPANY MAKES A BIG HIT "IN MIZZOURA." II tlh l'rawley c'omlpaii'y had ('icom1 lito Illute unikinown and unllaldvri llseld the perfolllinan(e of 'Ini Mizzoura," given at Huttoi' New (l'lland last night would have (bee sufficient to esrhabilsh it as one of the 'leveri'st theatrical organiza. tloAs in the West today. "Ilr .ll zoulrtia" will (lie reipe ted to night and tomorrow night. WednesdaS night, "Alabama," with the full T"Fawley colnpaliy in the viast, will be the bill, fine you this time. I think you're too fat to get around. You'd lie a little lazy gettlu ilt u here1'. I guess you c(an I, ex cuseu ,l"he court said, and the pelfurnl alice w(. s O(e'll'. Hennessy'sl Men's Shirts Summer's SwellestStyles Shown in Hennessy's South Window».. 'IPhe t on'n full lines alr rall y- ,mr ' n w.r , no. e .iir, none i .Ir desirable Inyw.\i r. \\e W hat\.' 1h I ch uI 't s(tyles In Ini;il' n, .h 'a1 its. per'l'eale.s , a t ilk a11I Ilinr lin(I't, l s ti ) xfor cloths i 'l ll ll Ith liIlte . s. itl o mrolnt41 re pht d lll ad m h nllll, h solllm n l9 , stiff, 41111ie soft. 'I it'(ien 11l I n tltl IItrie tad flltga'r in blue, bila k, pink, iUrple., ltientl 11iti stri w tolorilnt s. a hin, y of the styles 1 r. xi usltte lu, it us In this ('tils tto ntI a wii'th 'Ia s111irt, s io e' ull l,tbit, ai 1ait1111' ai'thtd. W hitt Iliont'41 I 4t lliaS tat' tmwornt lilh t c't style'. lhirts at', prita d, ia;'ortling to quality, firom 7.', to $:1.30 tuch. 4hirts aII .,lde to IIli'tt rlt'. tanld sntisfactl.ioni gaiI:r.~nt,lr.' d. S Silk Waists Regular $5.00 Only to $7.50 values erll$l'y't a hle hi t;ll anl it brn nw lo,' 1t ,of ,l III ilk lillk lta valeIs Illa;t wt t' ettll l.t flrot Il l tl h In:i lt l ll 'tI l't u l a it ; I aw f11140 Iu a l L spot sIl. 'IThe's fllr tffr+,lta silk w itls .re nIw, ll.lubly .11.1 strrih ly np to du e. 'l'They ;li'( tltrle ke. l ;tI i .ll, ~ trt l, l lne oli .' , i mI a ta 1 II. t all I lh t,'k. The .i.a alautaigs a t'. ltintlin, iuilnk, d',l, light blt', ivtlir ituadl bhilak. All sIzis I from 32 to it II 'Iches, aintI $3.1 I:kla s li li . 1 I t) a f t ii buncha. ()tt I i11 ltaiy'ts Ettlold lItootr this wet.k. Vte tavt' jlust optl n d t ia alt t a'tall u"latatl of Laughlin's Hotel China. 'llis, as you know, 1 high I rad', s 'x lra hI vy with rllh r.II gs. For. the purl.pus tihrlt, lIts n 1 tt, . tr e, follhiniag sp-rI I prh.1 I aire good Monday and Tuesday Only Hotel China Priced by Hotel China Priced by the Dozed the Dozen It-l t-Inah hi kers l ................$ S I It l oyster howls ............i$1t.t :-Inll la k'0rs .................. ."I: Ill,1 l I11ndivl lu 11l (v,'n.1 '- ;u ....... 3d1- h a InlIt,,rs ...... ......... .3 lIull i" I ,' s 1uen 4JI(h I Ito rsa .... ......... . ... t.a; a11, f' Trull ll''ler' .......... ..,:1 --Inc' h itllle'l'P .................. 1.G0 Ilult,, l bilt,, ' .'hips., .......... . .' 9-h4In, h is tllrsq ................. 1.73 I;:xtr +, hllV y ,~l111n .1.I nllll, e . I. i 10-I 1l. h Illll rs .l' . ... .... .. ::.4:. .li'ilInlll Ill,' ltvy I I, 11 ll. ninl r p ,-Inch ph, plf , µ.. . . .75 snu r +. .................... 1.20 7 Innh dntl ll.'l'r Id, ,c:s .......... n1.110 1i1 1u hJavy ,'1fl,,", 10 nlld 7-1.nl d, -','p )11. . . ..up . . . ... ... ...... I 0 lal ..... .... ........ 1 ." In Hennessy's Basement Bazaar. Mail Orders Butte S to Montanav I HOTEL ARRIVALS. At the Butte. N. W. M Cjnn'-til, Jlvn',a: '. I. ilo gill. i., sl, o lll; ,Johnll SlH 'ak, Ito:l nm ; .\l ' . II. VIk' .r, IH.+loun ; IP'. \V. M1itrphy, 1, i vlir'; I, <'Mll iihn, Il. 1':Aul; . K '. 'ml ).-ll, Chicagol; ' . J. M ur'y hy, ti . l'II'; J':. W . YI; 'J.lhl1It Ih, li 4)l11 I.Ip .ld ; I '. l'. Taylor, K1 II.s. . lPity, Mo.; .IJohn 1oll, r, ' ('h.Icu g ; FI. . 'I' ll ', , iIluf'al l,; ,. E. W ".1ll4l, i' neoil dllll ; JinllleoH MlcNillllll ral Chicago; i i njantur Iltin url', N'"il Yolk; A. P. Hhelaord; Jl11vNi' .; I', 11. Wood, P(ny; ,J. W. Morris, Whleihohl; 1'. ,. I.anlspl .aru, I.ouisvill-; If. M. Mo.s., HI. Louis; Italph Swo'-lI, ioulhder; n';lg..lle ItulkerI', Seatitle; IIl. A. Kil.1m i l, New York'll; J. . 1. (loose,, AnaIonda.'il At the S(outhsern. iThomas . Flynn, 1)Av'r; St',v1' WeAt the Thor unton. n 4,taki'; W . 'I. Mi I)owj' IIl, I.n'olIn, NIeb.: '. (fl ran dell, Kn'l.' alg (M;I y; \V. Il , Knox, YounA gAIlowni, Ohilo; ('. Itry'n, MallhtilI, Kann.; M. Jlonson. Mahribt tauN, Kuns.; MISs il',l a Al. anllyer, Ant vliila; MI.s MaII ,Jh.yi , l'l.'iy g An.i.( nil ; William fi'lr inlln , A uio rol a; li. J. al ulnln, ateo I'lra'l k; William le. 'iinl n, IHn, Nverlo; . P, ,Jackson, l :asi; J. A. lIe'lJy, SI. Paul; John M) 'K.u llzy , Ana Ficondi; I. I) McDonald, An1. 'rnI; .1. i'. lly ,'lko llrs , iro,. vil Mu, ('al.; A. N. M' un grun, 'hicag'o; E. P; olt rt, iChn'.o al;id (irhell, 'hNe n Yode MounlH. A; n l,'i W.n.+ I. leal,,, Mackay, Idhoul; (I, ;. Cook R lnd w'.ife, No'rrm, Mo t.; Alhbrt Hl4in h and wll'e, li.tise ('ity, Idaho; Ed M. J cksoin, ('M ingo; A. I;. I'roul , Anul oudlt; Jam. Ih ulrt, A Mntanda; It. I. '0ollFis, I' .y; M. Shin(till'h , He'lu tn : 'J'h; nu L J 11'12,1, I1 .1 .I1£u; T. 1'. P 1hlan, AnIIonju; '. J'. At the Thornton. f. P. "isa.nla''k, T'. J. Ilium, ,. T. Mir lowv, hIeor.ge .. laumbley, Now YorkI;; (colge W. 'Wili,, N. . MAlaletr Ieolhna; N. C'. Illnk:, i +tt. lurl'g; (', W . LTyn'le, I'. J. llmnnlol, I'hhleago; Sol (kottll(,, I1.' l. H-'rf'.t, A. Iflrfst, Ne'w York; W. P. ('aml.mlb l, Hlill Ings; il. I'. JH lling 'r, \'V . N'-,v York; Matt Orr, M. A. Millor, J. (I Polpe, 1illon; W. E. Kronwl', ldotis villh ; it. (I. Ilyne,+, I'hlago; .. (1. M o+ rony, hbeat] Falls; T. J. Walsh, JhIhena; Mr', ald Mrs. Walker, I'hhcago; ('. 111. Perry, Hleh.na; J. I'. Hlowo ,and, wife, Seattle; J. A. It.nltago, Me(ar'gor; (, If. Harris, Now York; M. ,. Knowles, oll'l"mn; Prank <arrol, (llendive. At the Finlen. W . If, lIleo, Bo ,ston; II. II. M agill, ('. S. Prlmruse and wrife, (.hli ago; I'harles P. Itir.hardaoln, (reat Fallsh II. 1 . Arm strong, ('hlcago'; A. 1,. Tabor, (reat Palls; .am Childs, Halt Lake; F. ('rya tlal, New York; J. M. Loomnis, San F'ran c1P ,o; ('. J. Iloiley, J. 1). M urlIhy, ('hut'le. Fleming, A. 1). McDonahld, R. Urs. J'raw IJ-y (omnlrtly; f. (1, Muoer, S .lt lIake; A. Mundet, New York; oert Jo~hnson and wife, New York; H. H. Aneolell, W. 11. Des:mndn'l, St, Paul; W. J. Pamusholol, \\illiatn ti, Taylor, lHozorm n; 11. Paul sen, It. : (fray I'hlaggo; ('harlk,: N, lK .+ssler, Ji,'hlona; D. !t, IL d C 1, +L trui L I' tall l, l: ; II 1. I, I' l al, V ll;l l W/ll IIn . M I,' viiil,; W . A.h iharl, r, HI~ i. laH Ii; Jlllll . I' L,|, l i. ,h; I. I . I'. f Itt i , Nl.lYh. ; |l n .' We lhI ll. , II wnIihll; V", V'. It. ly, I(ir i uha; . II . 11, 'o.I, IlP y; I, R , . l(J. 'I, llal, 1l in\rc ; t it. lJ. ,Iohannem,, I.hn111 1 ; H~I . 1I.l0, ; In . '. I2I, lu I', 'lu. Iº'. c ý'. I'. Ii'':a if, Mi d l Ittid If! iin `'(1t 1.t , SHERIFF M'GUIGAN TOLD OF HIS MOTHER'S DEATH Mrs. Metnilg:ii, intilher of Wlailn M lt' ilgain, ualflr lsherifl of silver lwi i aI1 f tly, I11i', l t I t I Mllivi. , M l n., . ltoday. 'I'll, tlhgr;lli In ull ou ill lthe udea'h wsl :ellresse· d Iln Mr. MeiLhigatn, unilt wil ittif1 by 1. i". M.aiiulgan, hits brothert. 'iTh funeral will be held on Wednesday, iull. iter Hh rlffT MI(c lgaS U hI t tu11 it '';.ll nook, Mont., onl fflthil IufillIne.i fora three' days, and the telegrami was forwarded to hhni. It Is ur ly a short I hnth t II', h vlsitll the INant Ito ee hist. Inothr 11 waos alled L to MI lli r olIu tby "1 tlttgranll, hih molt her being vterly III at that imne. hII,/ witl Itfilt i ,h 'lliu n rov itt wtl l, lofllt hllr hor e to reltlurn Ito 111Ill an d ih provol flll lrwards, i0' her dtilth \v wa- Unliex .let . i,,Under lherif Mc sulus hn tlmay ra'lltl ,ltt hliun ait l ht II lolutl th h li rirends In Iluttl' and I 11a1 their tyna palhy In ills lirs, DUGHEY IS SANE AGAIN AND LEAVES COUNTY JAIL (iulln )ugty, the frr enh lman twho was a Sttunlined in thl ' t )hox-er i t thil oull lt1' Jill an i tltu"all.y 11 t c:hiltrgt' of In lfn Ity, was sent ioe twllilth hlls frlends yes trday. I le httt l apll rt'rntly iref ov 'ered from ' lls att lf k oi'f nntul trouble. I lls friends4 .all that 1ll ht Wa onlly suibjectt I lugl.y' InIt wlth i it mlisfoirtune in his doolle+ lie e, which Irlted him from his wife, and the o'v" nt affected his nlind, New Detective Agency in Butte. T'i'h prl'nanloney of the Internalton l)tt'lLive atgenciy Ill lutte Is now fully allur-ed. Its nethods altd executive vworkiltgs have been nmttade familllar to many of thle cltizens of the city, and th@ Httlllg utllpporllt attid hearty eniouriage inent whiich is auttcurdeld it Justtifies this statement. Not only has much service been giv en this agency, but flattering andt sound ilnducemennts have been received fromnt Anaconda, <Mlssoula anid Great Falls. C. It. Waynick, the superintend ent of the Western olftee, located In the iOwsley block, after strong encourage nient, goes to Anaconda tomnrrow toI iflt n a permanenift office, and tihrough it will offetr hl services and skill to the Ibusiness interests and citizens of Ana conda. The high, the low, the rich anti poor atlike will receive the care and attention that their business entrustedl with us deman(lds. 'Westerln offices of the, itnlratitnal D.tetective agency, 21-21 (toweley blocki ilutte, lionti.