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WIOE-AWAKE TOWN CITIZEN GROWS QUITE ENT-IUSIS TIC IN SPEAKING OF THE PRO GRESS OF THE CITY. NORTHERN PACIFIC IS MAKING IMPROVEMENTS Railroad Spends $300.000 on a New Passenger Station, Coal Docks and Shops-Residents Stait Movement for Planting Trees and the Volunteer Band Has New Uniforms. 2 \\ 111 i 22.It I. ;.22 I I a 2 /lllit1: Il 1 t II n giet iI illi'l111 2121221 :I l Iil Iii f.1' 22222 on t. 'iJ 1111.11, 111M l a , (. Lrl tit till, lit .' (' 111111111 (.1 11 :111.1 II hilt' .l l i i : iitIII In (1ay'. **l Ih rs1 . 2 aI,22 ¶ 1122. 22t 2222 22221 .1. 11 isi ft1' iii, ;III1(,2 1 ;' Ills II I, 22 2 ' l.22 .1 I212 thait 2.222 t't .22d 121 2222 "~~'I he rich lrichl 11e n.IlcII,:I. nt :Ind ,1.n lary ill Ittit. -i. ).2 : 12;2222: 1up. 1211,11. , 12222! 11i12 2 ' , 1 . .212, 22222e1 222I2l2.2 1111 .1, . 1mdh11- till r22.1 I h't, i. 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It 2'.('222 Carl.. 22n12 'I'll' e 22211 linrillu the 2122' r22212 wil-l 121 .22212ne222 11 1."cit.''. 2 nnc 2112212, p11ri22.2 l1ii,12222 SUFFRAGE IS CATCHING ON Firs. Citt and Other Earnest Worke a Win Applause. Neith'r rain or sw i nor iany inlt'i enev of the weath:ilr couhld kiep ia largel cro.\d a\tay from tilhe liecture hllliv-rld ih ]M rs. ( arr'ie (halu Ianl Ct';llt. Ipre' hlent of the Naltinul Ain ric;tn Siullra;. o i- ocia tin ait till,'- troai iway l i ;tler l:iIt evillning. Strange asi it mi ay aplettr, the greater linumb1ier of those preseni.t lcre t nll,. ill of whom joined it ithl the vo,. .i l i tlI ll er ing tie spetaker ilth hc;artist aipprotal. MItrs. Ella Kn,!io .les lilakll plretsided at the nl eting, introducing first Iis (;;,il L.auhlin. who taile ;I faivoirable iimpres sio ,ond her hearers and in her appeal for the caisi, of nulitia in political all.iiis drew forth applauilise. \\ then .\r-. fal ,Ic ,, ] foerward, . h, be gin heir aiicreiss si received the Cnllir ageient of the large audience, iiut her evident self-possession , made it super fluous. lleginii g in ain ealsy i;tld grace iful style she son had the attention io e very plerso, in the building. It did not atli. the audience long to find out that it I as li'tiniing tg o one ofll the most intellectual women of thel day, and eveil those of her hearers i hlo did notl support her aIrgu.t nt were l.ulde, ill their praise of her logical anti intelligeni Method of hatuling hecr stlj ct uid her wonderful range of information oun the questions of political econoimy, uh tich must coniern thie peoile of today. At the conclusion of her talk she re ceived aiother ovationI from her enthusi astic hearers. BOOKED FOR BEHIND BARS Meaderville Produces Two Bad Boys, Who Worry Mamma. Mloses aunl Frederick Willard, two tieaulerville boys and brothers, IG aild i4 years of age respectively, are probably booked for the reformu school. Their ni thil r charges them u\ith incorrigibility. The boys and their brother I)avii have been in jail a good deal during the past, y ear or two, and M1rs. \Villard, the ,mther, has arrived at the conclusion that they w ill grow up into better characters at the re form school than in the jails and on the streets it Butte. Fred VWillard is now doing to days in the county jail for malicious mischief. lie was cuonvicted of breaking into the Franklin school on Arhor lday and tearin, the place up a lot. Mose is also in the jail on a charge iof viagrancy or larceny or something of the kind. Dave has just got out. A charge of incorrigibility will be placed against Mose and Fred within ai day or so. Grand Ball. I)o not forget the grand hall given by the street car enin at (Columbiia ardents, T'ue.d;ily, liay .ao, 1a:. T'ickets can b.e procutired roim all street car conductors, Price, $..iM. Owing to a number of our frienlds beloniging to the "Woodmen of the World" having their banquet that evening we will have cars at the Auditorlumn at o'clock to take themi to the aurde.s. GLADSOME SPRING PASSES BY BUTTE SNOW INSTEAD OF FLO ',ERS COV ENS THE CITY AND TIlE LITTLE BIRDS CATCH COLD. DECEMBER CROWDS MAY FROM THE CITY LIMITS Six Inches of the "Beauti:ul" Falls Dur ing the Night and Rain Joins in the Weather Hurdy Gurdy Music--Prog nosticator Wharton Takes Another Guess, But Won't Guarantee It. 1 itlilg ,f I1,r littl' 1lilt1 au tl tr.' "hl I , 111, s11;, 6 ,1II lithl. Itw liil llt ,li I'I 11 1 .lIII' 11 C 11 111 11 1 till . 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IMr. lan iltonr is ; i t d trmtn t. t ialktr \ilc h s.i other ailermen. lit two of thenl are oull t of the cou ty j ,ust 1,Jiw . \\ 11he11 all ;arc on d teck there are i ix dll a mayor. \ \ it I the i eI tille %., al'o t to he called to order it aPlun di-cered that olGardey to l. tlcrntlln \ere 1lpres nt. It \t l, klnot Illthat John Ithaniltti i wasi in the cou; tty. Ic clorder ti h iusi ticts edig it l was necs-d sary to have him ald have hint quick. So 1ali -hal I)ufy was sent out to 1..k himl up. II fitlol d Mr. Ilam i ,n at the minstrel short , I1 was nut a -pectator', bolt one iofte tic :ctors. Thl I iitse tal ishered himi i t the ptresenc f the t i othei r at lerinen ntlil c:or anid tthe Iatttr tal d I t ihe meet ing to order anld proc',t',(l to business. I1he hlwi l of John l.rhulaniy d as trea ,urer ftir o t h city wais aprilld. Te Id of therly tr:('s tu 'r u'sed to he only $5.n,0. but at the last if e(t ing ol f tihe ctouy ncil it .asc Erwind tStt Passes Away While Ap The . tnd , of I,,oice .J-d er I)len isn, of u;tnlui. tilll Scot $ t, i \ lives at Nrove . as Sal,.t , tihet $.,ve to Ind i f t h rst ()5 o ock. nell. city clerk a td ttore iy. and the $it.5ci nd f sist. er. Mrs.y, city marshas jsl. SCHEMES OF YOUNG CROOKS They Secure Plunder at Gardens by Bogus Check Room. It ha dveloply i at erduta ntulbter of en terprising youths \\hi-o business acumen s, oo wher than their set wll f right lthis vlron, conduct.ed a hag chtcl-room at 'holumia (,alrdens Arbor Day, \ho after searching a nIIlher of lunch baskets, wraps, shards and other valuahles, de clared the business closed and decamped with the plunder. Because of their parents and friends the niaes of the hIys are not given for pulblicaltion, but Manager \\harton and I)etectise Jerry Murphy have the matter in hand imd it is probable that the ring leader of the gang will he caught. Nearly t all of the stolen property has been re covered. DIES RESTING IN A CHAIR Erwin Scctt Passes Away While Ap parently in Good Health. Erwin Scott, the i.1-year-old sun of .Mrs. Sophia Scott, who lives at No. 250 East Park street, was found dead in a d chair in which he had sat down to rest ycterday evening about 5 o'clock. e boy had been ailing for some time but (lid not scent to be in any imnmnediate t danger. ~His sister, Mrs. O. M. Bowen, has just arrived from Great Falls and it was to greet her qhat the mother tried to awake the boy. ' The body is at Sherman's undertaking e rooms where an inquest will he held this evening. We Sell on We Divide Installments Buy Now PROFITS Buy Now Pay as You To !lultiply Can TRADE PRIVATE ENTERPRISE CREATES A PUBLIC THOROUGH- - - FARE. TILE HOUSEFURNISHERS FOR THE MASSES Open a street to pedestrians that reaches from Park to Galena. Reside'nts of the southwest portion of the city, and all others who have occasion to pass to and fro between the above streets, are cordially invited to make use of our salesroom in going and coming. It will be a most interesting walk. Every step from Crockery corner on the right to Cut Glass Terrace on the left as you enter, to Carpet Square, with its Brussels Boulevard, Ingrain Place and Linoleum Lane, as you pass out, are full of interesting things for housefurnishers. There are Bedding and Trunk Balconies, the first loadcd with satisfying things for those in search of rest, and the other stocked to meet the wants of those who would travel. Then there is Couch Court, centrally located and built up on either side with sumptuous Davenports, Couches and Bed Lounges. Just to the left stands a row of Folding Beds, a complete line of the grandly good and justly famous Welch make, in mantels and uptights. Opposite to these stands a magnificent collection of Sideboards, Book Cases, Center Tables, Dressers, Chiffoniers, Buffets, Music Cabinets, Dressing Tables and Bed Room Suits. Going down into our basement you strike a mine of wealth in Metal Beds, Buck's Steel Ranges, Dining Chairs, Rockers and Cooking Utensils. If you are ii4 search of a frost, stop among the Ranney Refrigerators thirty kinds at a saving of thirty per cent in prices. Do not fail to visit Office Avenue before leaving this grand thoroughfare of mer chandising, note the satisfied look on the faces of the installment payers who are settling little by little for the furniture in the thous ands of'homes we have furnished for small payments down and the balance in installments. Be as inquisitive as you like, ask questions about prices and you will find we are now selling on our third car load of Linoleum for this Spring because we are offering the best made in medium weight at 45c a yard, a better weight in standard colors for 0,c a yard, heavy enameled line in choice patterns for 75c a yard, and last and best of all our special, the best seasoned, hard est compressed, heaviest enameled, most lasting quality to be had at any price, for 85c a "ard. Wild's Inlaid Linoleum always in stock at correspondingly low prices. Yours for much business by reason of little profits, THE BROWNFIELD-CANTY CARPET CO., 48 to 54 W. Park and 41 to 43 W. Galena St. Mail ' We Us Pay Orders Freight CROWD CHEERS THE JOKES Minstrels Told Old Gags So Well That They Seemed Like New, ' iutcrville haws a minstrel troupe, and it is a good one, to, It aVC a plerllormance ill \Valkerville last night, and did not crack jok I ll t n lllm iy hI(II e. The a diicllte' was large II nd Ientll iatici. Thle prform:anice was i\tes under the auspicesC of I:iltver Itow lodge, .N., it. Ancie t 4)rdelt of 'nittd \Vorkmetn, i \a \ilt csed by ipii r toni l r Ifom li ttie, ('Cntrc ille and \\'alkyrt ille. Some of the jOke wreIc In\v, and while a few tf tlfnhe nmight have been a trifle old, not all of the audience had headt IIhm, and they t\ere therefore new to thIe ajority, tInte veiry catchy songs were sinitg. aitongll them "The Man That taiic Over t rtmi lre lhni," by Matt ('ult. li- (hitihltte iMcl)ermott whiistlel the "log Iluntrc,' March" ani made a great hit. IDuffy and .McGlynn, htho claim to be ama tnurs, ibut ccho it is thought aire professional hlackfaces, created quite ain uproar by preelnt ing an original sketch, entitled: "Waiting for the I)vil; or, the Sorrows of Merry Mc. Saine." They also pre~nted the great ('en terville sencation, "Rock, Rock, Rock," which did not repre ent somne had boys throwing istone t a pedestrian. 'The orchestra was led by Miss Francis D)il' ilon. It rendered excellent music. Patrick ('ooligan, Ioscph Trevarthen, Abner Jones, JItn Hlamilton and T. 11. Martin corn prised the comtntittee on arranlgemlents. Souvenire This Week. A hiautitful plate or cup anil aucer in hand painted or gold, given away with each pur chase or repair job ialmouting to $1 or over. We gluaranttee our good.s tand prices to be lower than any othier firml in the city. Money refunded by the asking. See the betautiful souvenirs in our window. 1t V. Mayer, jew. cler, No. 65 West Park. UNCLE SAM MUST HAVE MEN Good Positions Go Begging Because Eligibles Are Scarce. .I. I i.. ii.phenson, local e amineii r ,,f the iil l t \ Cit, lltl,.nihionl , lhas rece.ived intll IrI)'tionltS fIr. \\'a;l hingtoni to hold illianother exsaminationl) f i'e pos. itioln of assistaInt e;xamineri i tihe iipallt oflice. An examination ias hel on A\l'rii '- hil I the nliumber of cligilles was inl ulicient. Mr. St.illhenson will hold tile next euamination tune "7 and . , 'lThe ale limit is froim o years u,., The salary attached to the position is $1,20. ilr year $ioo per month. It is expected that lite a ni llmber of applicantis will pre .lnt thllenil.lsh in Nltloiania. lThere are several poitios to blie filled. There is also a iposition as photographlic s; istant in the Smithsonian institutioniI lie hllid, anli exalinatioiis for the place will lie held, The salary attached to it is ullly $7o Icr monthlil. Inlaid Wood Work. Inlaid woodll work has long been one of the tie arts, Th'le richness and Ieauty of the pIales of I royalty are mneasured largely liy the amountiui anillll character of inlaid wood work putl iito the finisli of the apartments. No bettller idea could be obtained of the high degree which has been reached in this art than by an examination of the sleeping and buffet library cars on the Mlilwaukee's Pioneer .imited trains running daily between the twin cities and ('hicago. Lovers of thle beautiful would be repaid by an inspection of these truly wonderful passenger cars. The inlaid wood work in the private compartment ShllIpers on thlisi train is equal to that ion the ioust iainty jewel casket. An effort is being made to bring the iGrand American handicap to .Portland during the Lewis and Clarke fair in 1905. Eastbound Excursion Rates via the Rio Grande. On Juie 7, 8, o10, 14 and 16, the Rio G;rande .ines wui sell excursion tickets as follows: Mlissouri river points and return..$42 (o St. I.ouis tand return............ 40 50 Chicago and return ..............53 53 Final limit to return September 15. A trip via this line is the grandest on the American continent, passing as it does directly through Salt Lake City, where a stopover is allowed, (lenwood Springs, Canon of the (Grande. Royal Gorge, Mani tou, Colorado Springs and Denver. Call on or write us at 47 East Broad way, Butte, for illustrated literature and other information desired. W. C. M'BRIDE. General Agent. Coal goes up, wood goes down; cord wood, $4.75; sawed $5.50; City Woodyard, 218 S. Mtain. Tel. 184 o Parrot Silver and Copper Company. The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Parrot Silver & Copper company will be held at the office of the company, Butte, Montana, Tuesday, June 3, 1902, at 12 o'clock im., for the election of trus tees and for the transaction of such other business as may properly come before the meeting. The stock transfer books of the said company will close at the close of busi ness Saturday, May 17, z9go, and remain closed until and including June 12, 19o2. By order of the board of trustees. CIIARLES D. BURRAGE, Secretary. Butte, Montana, May 13, 1902. Alhambra Hot Springs, via Great Northern Railway. Alhambra and return, including one day's board .................... $ 5 oo Alhamil ra and return, including one week's board ................... 13 o ()n sale daily at Great Northern Ticket oflice, 41 North Main street. o FISHING RATES. Oregon Short Line. D)ivide ..........................$S 00 Melrose ......................... so G lenn ......... .................. 2 oo On sale Saturdays and Sundays. (iood to return following Mondays. o $34.50 Summer Excursion East. The (;reat Northern Railway company will sell round-trip tickets to Minneapolis for $34.50, good going July 4, 5 and 6, and good returning until September I. Stop over allowed at all points on return trip. For further information call at Great Northern office, 41 North Main street, Butte. J. E, Dawson, General Agent. o NO'TICEI TO I'L.'M IBEIRS. Bids will Ibe received at the uoffice of the county clerk of Silver Bow coullty, till 5 o'clock p. In., Tuesday, May .o, 902o, for the laying of thirteen hundred feet (I,3uo). more or less, of 4-inch pipe, and ae laving of thirteen hundred (1,3oo), more or less, of i inch pipe; all to be out together in a dilch .,ix (6) feel deep and eighteen (18) inches wide. All pipe must' be put together in a good, serviceablg, water-tilght condition; and bids e to e submitted on the bghis of runnins f2et. Tl'hi'right is reserved to reject any ani4 dIP blds. \\ILLIAM D. CLARK, ('lhaterm Il iBard County Conmlissioner. .Attest: JOIN \VES'l'(}iN, Countly Clerk.