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fresh. Roasted Coffees... One- of our specialties is FRESH ROASTED COFFEE. Our coffees are fresh roasted in the most modern im proved Burn's Roaster right here in Butte, by an expert coffee man, and are much superior to those shipped in. If a section of a coffee bean is ex amined under a microscope, it will be found to consist entirely of large cells. These cells while the coffee is green, are filled with moisture and chemical constituents that go to make up the coffee bean. The roasting process evaporates the moisture, develops the essential oils and fills the cells with a volatile essential oil in place of the moisture which has been roasted out. This essential oil is the aroma or flavor, and the longer coffee has been roasted, the less flavor it has, as this essential oil is constantly evaporating. But after all, everything depends on the value or grade of the coffee before it is roasted, and the proper roasting and blending of the different kinds so that each flavor will be brought out to its full extent to insure a perfect blend. "Our Special" Coffee, pound...... 20C "Our Leader" Coffee, pound.... 25c "Our New Leader" Coffee-extra strong, pound ......... 2 c.......5 - Cream Coffee-a mouthful of flavor in every sip-3i-a pounds $S.oo, pound ........... .......30 Home Luxury Coffee, 3 pounds $r, pound ...................35 "Our Finest"' Coffee-its equal is unknown in Montana-pound... OC UT CY GOOD GROCERIES CHEAP 47 W. Park. Phone 68 QOZOTONTICIm (Malt NXtract,) Has not that sickening sweet taste, but has tart wine flavor. Utromberg-Mullins Co., Distributers Butte, Moat You Can See The Ponies Run With our Opera Glasses or Field Glasses. Some Interesting price-mak ing here this week on these goods. JEWELER LEYS OPTICIAN Owsley Block, Butte. Hight & Fairfield Company Manufacturing Opticians. Duplicate any broken lens and fill all prescriptions given by other oiticians. All orders filled same day as received. Graduate optician of large ex perience in charge. Examinations free. Irady's Standard Carriage ....Works.... Ijigh Grade Goods at Low Grade Prices eor. Main and Silver Streets BUTTE, MONT. CROWD INCREASES, BETTING IS HIGH THIRD DAY OF MONTANA JOCKEY CLUB OPENS AUSPICIOUSLY TO A LARGE CROWD. LA CALNA WINS OUT IN FIRST RACE SY A NOSE Finish Was Very Exciting, With Ned Dennis a Close Second and Romani Only Two Lengths Behind-General Horse Notes in and About the Race Track-Ben Ledi Wins Second. [SPECIAL PROM TRACK.] Fair weather and fast track made a de lightful day at the track. There was a good card, a good crowd-larger than yes terday-and in all respects the meeting has improved. There was a marked in crease in the betting. The first race was a pretty contest, the horses getting off well bunched as soon as they faced the barrier. La Calna won by a nose in an exciting finish, with Ned Dennis second and Romain in the money, two lengths behind. The summary of the early races is: First Race; selling; One Mile-La Calna first by a nose; Jockey Tullet. Betting, 11 to 10. Ned Dennis second; Jockey Lee. Bet ting, 11 to 10. Romani third; Jockey P. Collia by two lengths. Betting, 6 to 10. Time, 1:43. Second race; selling; 5 1-2 furlongs. Ben Ledi first by five lengths, in a gal lop; Jockey Winalett. Betting, 4 to 5. Caftine second; Jockey, Lewis. Bet ting, 5 to 1. Blanche Sheppard third by a length; Jockey, Brodien. Betting, 5 to 1. Time, 1:08 3-4. Third race; seling; 6 furlongs. Pari zade first by three lengths; Jockey, Clay ton. Betting closed at 4 to 5. Parans second by half a length; Jockey, Burke. Betting 5 to 2. Budd Wade third by one length; Jockey, Dunn. Betting 15 to 1. Time, 1:15 1-2. ST. PATRICK STUDENTS WILL RECEIVE DIPLOMAS Commencement Exercises of the Eighth Grade Will Be Held at the Grand Theater Tonight. Eleven graduates from the eighth grade of St. Patrick's school will receive their diplomas from the Rev. P. DeSiere this evening at the Grand theater. For sonic time the Sisters who consti tute the faculty of the school have been making preparations for the collmnencement exercise, and as seen from a rehearsal at the theater this morning they have every reason to be proud of their work. The school orchestra, consisting of 20 pieces, will render music during the exer cises. Sister Florence has charge of the little play which the children are to present. The exercises will begin at 8 o'clock sharp. The proceeds will be devoted to the support of the school. Following are the names of the gradu ates: Thomas MacMahon, Edward Kane, Viv ian Maloney, Joseph Martin, Francis Kep peler, John F. Harrington, Anne Mond lock, Carrie Verheyen, Agnes Clifford, Nora Sullivan, Oliver Beakey. Tomorrow the exercises of the Iligh School graduates will be held. The gradu ates, seven in number, are: John Francis Dugan, Edward Francis O'Flynn, Arnmanda Philip Choquette, Margaret Agnes Leahy, Frances Isabella Dillon, Anna Marie O'Brien, Mary Veronica McMahon. HANDSOME DINING-CAR ADDED TO, SHORT LINE Passengers for Salt Lake Will Now Be Able to Get a Good Meal on the Train. Beginning tomorrow you can take "the last car for dinner" on the Oregon Short Line. No more getting off at Melrose and waiting for the lumbering waiter to take your order and finding out before your cof fee was cool enough to drink you had to jump up and take the train again. Every passenger train in and out of Butte will have the dining cars, which are owned and will be operated exclusively by the Short Line. By making the change, the road will gain considerable time be tween here and Salt Lake. Already the time is shortened 20 minutes between here and Dillon which will permit the after noon train to leave Butte that much later at 4:t5 p. m., instead of 4:30 p. m. as here tofore. Following is the circular announcing the change of time which the new service will entail: No. 9 arrives at Silver Bow at 4 :5 p. in., leaves Silver Bow at 4:20 p. in. and arrives in liutte at 4:40 p. m. No. 8 leaves Butte at 4:50 p. in., arrives at Sil ver Bow at 5:05 p. in. At z1:o$ tomorrow morning the new or der goes into effect. Among the other ad vantages which it will bring to the people of Southern Montana will be the second and complete edition of the Inter Moun tain so that a few hours after it occurs the people of Montana from Butte to the Idaho line will be able to read the news of the world. Special Excursion Train. Leaves Montana Union depot at 8:30 a. in., Sunday for -ipestone Springs, Whitehall, Twin Bridges and Alder, re turning leaves Alder at 6:oo p. m. Rates as follows t butte to 'ipestone and return...... s.oo Butte to Whitehall and return...... .So Butte to Twin Bridges and return... a.so Butte to Alder and return........,. a.oo STILL OEBATING PHILIPPINE BILL CONSIDERABLE ROUTINE BUSINESS TRANSACTED IN THE HOUSE PRIOR TO RESUMING. BALL OF TEXAS MAKES ATTACK ON THE BILL Bills to Establish Sub-Port of Entry In Arizona, to Support International Com mission of Navigation and to Authorize the Director of Census to Compile Statistics Passed Before Debate. a[H ASSOC'IATED PRa1BS.] Washington, June 24.-Sonie routine business was transactcd in the ,louse today prior to the resumption of the debate on the Philippine civil government bills were passed to establish a sub-port of entry, at Naco, Ariz., to appropriate $30,oo0 annual ly for the support and maintenance of the permanent international commigssion of the congress of navigation; to authorize the director of census to compile statistics re garding irrigation. Mr. Ball of Texas, the first speaker on the Philippine civil government juill, today made a general onslaught on the republican policy. Taking l'ecksnitf as inis text, he charged the president and administration with hypocrisy. If the president would dissolve "the firm of Ilavemeyer, Roote, Wood, Thurber & Co.," and strike a blow at the sugar trust by agreeing to accept the house reciprocity bill, he sa:itd tne bill would pass the senate by the aid of a solid demo cratic vote in 24 hours. The responsibility for the failure to do our nuty by Cuba, he insistedl, rested on the pre.ident. Turning to the question of trusts, lie also charged the administration with hypocrisy on that subject. Impertinent Question. "Ilas the gentleman read Mr. Itryan's cotiumm1ent oil the democratic liarmonly lleet ing? asked Mr. Ulmstead of Pennsylva iia. "I decline to answer such an impertinent question," replied ...r. Ball, amid republi can laughter. "What is your remedy for trusts ?" asked Mr. littlefield of Maine. "To place all trust-made products on the free list," responded Mr. Hall. "To deny trusts the power of interstate transporta tioni and the use of the mails and to in augurate an administration which will re spect the penal statutes and not injunlctions in prosecution of the trusts." In chasging the democrats with assailing the army in the I'lhilippines, Mr. Itall charged that the republicans were hypo critical. "like hyenas," said he. "you go down into the grave to slander the artmies of tile South and the North, to try and make the Americans believe the soldiers of both armies were guilty of the sort of atrocities that occurred in the Philippines. I de nounce your statemenlllts as clllllumllies aind slanders on both armites." SMALL BOYS AS BUR(LARS Were Ransacking East Park Street Store When Caught and Landed in Jail. Carl Karka and .ee Brown, two small toys who hail from D)ullin g;ulch, will end in the state plelnitentiary unless they mend their ways. These two urchins broke through a rear winldo,w of the Racket store on East Park street and were industriously engaged in burglarizing the store when they were caugLit by I.ouis kosenstein, who occ'ilics an adjoining store. When discovered the youthful burglars had a small rifle belonging to the store in their possession together with other pIlun der. They were taken to the city jail and locked up. LIPPI'COTT ON THE STAND Attorney Testifies Regarding Signatures of Legator in Colbert Will. Attorney W. I. I.ippincott, one of the beneficiaries named in the alleged will of Charles Colbert, who died in this city Feb ruary 14, 1901, leaving property valued at more than $40,000, is telling Judge Clancy and a jury today what he knows of the will and the signature of the mant who le says bestowed half of the property on him and and the other half on John W\oo,oeater. As a starter Mr. L.ipplincott was given an opportunity to examine about a dozen sig natures of Colbert that were made during 1893. and years after that while Mr. l.ip pincott was acting as Colbert's attorney and as a notary. Memorial Services, K. of P. All members of Damon No. i, Ivanhoe No. 5, Oswego No. 4, Calanthe No. 40, Silver Bow No. 4r, and all sojoturning knights, are requested to meet at the Pythian Castle hall, on Sunday. June 29, Ic.2, at 7 'p. m., to attend the above ser vices. MEMORIAl COMM ITTEE.II' RESORT TO SKIN GRAFTING Employea Volunteer to Save Life of Girl Who is Scalped. [iv ASSOCIAi RDIt tRiSS.] New York, June 24.-Two hundred emt ployes of the American Felt company at Glenville, Connecticut, have volunteered pieces of their skin to save one of their fellow employes. The victin is Mary Affeldt, 19 years of age. She had just arrived at her loom and stooped down over her "threads" to oil some part of the machine when the loom started. She raised her head and In an instant the lainr at her temples caught in the gear. Before any one could reach her she was lying on the floor covered with blood. The hair on her head had been taken, the scalp with it, and part of one ear. Her condition is serious, but the doctors believe she can be saved by skin grafting and the weavers have all volunteered to furnish what Is needed, The Montana State School of Mines' third year begins Tuesday, September 9, tooz. For catalogues and terms address School of Mines, Butte, Montana. * CORONATION IS POSTPONED (Continued from Page One.) today by members and others who were anxiouS to hear the expected statement of the government leader, A. J. Balfour, on the subject of the king's illness, Announced in Commons. Mr. Balfour said he had intense grati fication in saying that a successful opera twon had been performed on the king and that his majesty was progressing as well •is possible. "That annotncement," proceeded Mr. Italfour, "removes a great load ofT our uminds. My first inclination on hearing the melancholy news this morning was to suggest that the house tmark its sense (of the disaster which has befallen the whole community by adjourning, but on nlure reflection, I have come to the con clusion that such a course is ill advised. The anxiety we feel must he great and that anxiety is necessarily augmellted by the circumstances unitder which the dis. aster has befallen the royal family and the , hole country. "I have colmie to the conclusion that if the house was to take the exceptiotial c.,rse to which I have adverted that which is now anxiety in the public mind might becnole a planic and a wholly exaggerated idea of the present state of things might go abhroadl. Cause for Alarm. "The status of Ihings is undoubotedly Rr:ve. but11 we otught not to tl.r stronger elithlets inl regard to it than those I have uasl tand I am convinced that if we were to, cnsider the king's conditiolt to lie such.l tat it woumld he improper to ';arry on the business of the country we shouhll priodlucie a wholly false impression. 'Ili theste circullstances we do not pro p"se to suggest any excepttional course aul I :im thainkfull to have been atile to have informlled tile house that so far as we knlow at present everything is goiing on as well as possibly can le expectied." The liberal leader, Sir Ilenry Camp h)ll Blannernhan, expressed his ent ire ap prv;al of tile course taken Iy Mr. Ra;l four, and the house resutlmd its ordinary bu.tiness. His Condition Critical. Sir Francis Knollyis a;mnnutted at 4:30 that there had been ptractically no changetl sinir the ou.eration. "Ilia majesty." he said. continules to asleep well andtl is pIrogressing sat is fac tin ily." fThere is no qluestion,. Ihowever. buti that the king's condttiition is extremely tcrilical. juleetl A1le iandlra is terribly uptset anild lnervous. ihe royal gr;andclhihilrini were driven toI the lpatlact shortly after i o'clock. lie Prince and Pri'ncess of iWales re mtaiined at the ltukinghanl patil.ce through ouit thie afteriiiioon udi when the'y 'left they applared delcidedlhy Inuore heerfull than oni their arrival. ltdlil ,q p. I .' a close vigil was keptt within the palaice'. Nearly aill thl.- ntietu ers of the rto al fiimily with wh,,m were Lordl Salistbiry, MIr. ltalfir. !.i, liihiertes and oilier leailing men of I.glanttd, anxi',ushly awaited word fromt the nick rooti. SShoirtly after the I i'hclock ibulletin had b. 1 issutedl. the watchers. 1ou by one went iut, all liokintu re, chett rlt l. Will Take Three Months. lie Ih ke iof ( ll in lghtl , hl i was ill Ifll unilor't, ,e't'cd to be parlienlarly phlased %hllh his brother's condition. The Iest op|niln sem(ls to b. that iot, less thn three mntthls' postponemnent of the crona lin is in'vittia le anid eveni il tlhe 'event of the hing's reiveery IIh criowning of his i;majes'ty will ce'rtainly bIe shorn if all its arnugrtd for giories. \\ ittelaw eiil was seen by rep.re se;llltative of tlhe Asso..cialt d PI'ressn iinlll('di ati ly llter his visit to Ituckit i hau i palace. 'lh, said( : l "It is (xcc( ingly distre ,inlg n(ws. It is impolssibleh to say inre or alittiempt toI tot tiist events. "\V'e can only wait and hope for the hbst.." )iplonatists cialled t t he foreign illici: to .express their coindllcnle. Striplped of medical phrases Ithll king w;,s sutlltering from appi ndiitilis iland th opl ration wa.s intirely successfuliil. Th king's cinditioin tiup to the ipresenti. is iltis fatctry. tult all lidnds oil the next i5 Iici'rs. Of cotutrse his tage and mtllitie of lift are agtaihst him. Since i orninig the old stories that he is stilllrinit fruit cancer ofi the throat hav, lien i revived, but they are ;autithoritatively denied. The Ipostlrponeient of tlie coronation festivities applies to the naval review as well ias to other ficitionls. hie membelil'rs of the Atiterict;i sjpecial eihtl atssy, while oilicially the guests oif ith king, have estabilshied a house of their owli and do not place Illlmch hiurdcln or re sponnsiility on anyone. They pIrol:bably will Iimake no haste to leave. Confesses Thirty-two Murders. [ily A S(I( tJAt i I II .14SS. I listion, June 24.--iane lToilipan, who was sent Ito Tiunlutn Intsane asylum by a jury at HIlarlinstabile yesterdlay where she was tried for the llmurder of Mary 1). ilihis, lhas mIlade a confessionii to her seniior couinsel, Judge Fred M. Ilixhy, tlhati slhe killed 3i piersons, patienits, whoml she had ntursedl. Torpedo Boat Sunk. fiy ASSor'IA'J I) Ir I..s.] Kirl, June 24.- Torpedo, boat No. 42, of the ;ctrlnrnt navy was run lidowni iil acd sunk today by a lritish steameir ait the mlouth of the Ellbe. 'The contlliun lder of tihe tor. pedo boat and three of his crew are miss ing. COPPER MINING QUOTATIONS (Special to Inter Mountain.) Boston, Mass., June 24.-The copper Boston, Mass., June 23.-The copper miring shares closed today as follows: Amalgamated - - - - - $ 64.50 Anaconda - - - - - - 26.37 Parrot - - - - - - - 29.00 Calumet & Hecla - . - 595.00 Tamarack - - - - - - 175.00 Osceola - - .- .. - - 6000 Utah Con .- - . 21.00 Shannon - - - - - - 13.50 The Northern Pacific attach an electric. lighted sleeper to their "North Coast Limited" leaving Butte Eastbound daily at Ia:5o a. m, Car is ready for reception of ;ascngers at 9:30 p. m. eut the Ice Man's Bill In Two That's what Ranney's refrigerators will S surely do. They save their cost in a single season by the reducition of ice bills. They keep food sweet and wholesome. They are strictly sanitary and the haldsomest re. frigerators on the market. W\e like to show them and explain their advantages over other makes. Ask us for special re ductions on the larger sizes, of which we have an overstock, and save lmoiney by buying a Ranney refrigerator this week. No. 471 Ranney Hard No. 474 Ranney Ice Wood Ice Box Chest Is 31 inches wide, I i inches deep and sa I-xt14 -4x4x7 i-4 inches insidle mea a5 inches high; wrighs on pounds. It urecmcnts, shipping weight 115s pounds; is Iicely finished in gnllden oak and lift lid with Iptent stop; nicely fin hai a drop lid top; worth $1s.oo, This ished and very strong anl compact; sale worth $17.5o. T'his s.ile $8.50 $12.50 No. 403 Ranney Re. No. 4o5 Ranney Re frigerator frigerator Is :,1 inches wide, 16 inches deep and Is u8 inlche wideh, ii inches deep and io inches highi; ice capacity 36 pounds : 43 inchel high, ice apllacity 6o pounds ; has drop top door nodi nicely paneled golden oalk filirsh; nicely carved, with fronllt door extendlingl froll side to pretty nickel trimm1ings and patented side; gtlden oak finlish; worth $15.un. points of construction; worth $m,.ou. Thi sable This sale $11.oo _$6.So No. 407 Ranney Refrigerator Width 34 inches, depth :I inci hes, hiht .17 Incthes, ice 'apaity min Ipmouno. Ilas lift lid with patent stop, fittings geiuiie brass, Roman ghil tiiish, uatiiin ary ice conllllartlientnl, ball bearing caators. The wuodwork is inishlld inl gidhlin oak ilid ia a Ibratly; worth $ h.50. This hale $21.00 Brownfield:Canty Carpet Co. 48 to 54 West Park and 41 to 43 West Galena Street, Butte Hiuyler's Candy Agency Chicago Creams 6oc Pound The kind you have been paying $i.oo a pound for I'AXSON & ROCKEFELLER ed Cross 24 West Park Street Red Cross Drug Store. BUTTE IN BRIEF. [Is.ther, thi' 16-months rld dilIughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. doran, of 3iit South idlaho street, died early tills ilmorlmigu. The funeral will he held tomorr,ow from1 the residence at 2 p. in. Parade of the Austrian St. John lap tist society will start from i so East Perk Sunday itnl marching to the It. A. & P. depot, will ,mect the AiJac()onda society. I:rrom the delIpt the societies will march through the streets of Illtte and to Sacred Heart chuirch, where, religious servic'e will be performeid by lather ('allahan at it :i +. Im.The Miiutania Stalte sud( a bandi from Aniactonda will furniish the music. A dlance is to be h1Ihl at liIt hall at iio East Park in the eveninig. li.very member ,of St. Jilii's I a tist so cicety is recllested to attenld. JHy order of president, Johnt Sgus. FUNERAL NOTICE. <RfONS('IINAI.I. J. \VW. Kronschnabel, aged 36 years, diced this lmorning. The remains will be shilpped to St. Paul, Minn., Thursday nioon, by icelhards, the undertaker. BIDS WANTED. The trustees of School District No. I of Silver IHow county, Montana, will re ceive bids for the mason work atnd other work to complete basement and sub-liase ment of a schoolhouse to be located on the following-described ground t Bounded on the east by the west line of Excelsior alley, on the north by the south line of Park alley, and extending 154 feet west of the said line of Excelsior alley. Plans and specifications can be seen at the office of the clerk of the school board. Bids will be received up to 5 o'clock p. m. Tuesday, June 24, 1902. Certified check of $500 to accompany The Ioard rr.eerve% the right to reject any or all Iids. IILNRY MUI1.IIER, I'r:esident. Atli-ti: T. RIC.IIARI)S, Clerk Mrs. Niedenhofen's Removal Sale. My present store having been leased to another, I shall have to move in a few weeks. Pending removal My Entire Stock Is Offered at Great Reduction Including Fine China, Cut Glass, Bric-a-Brac and Toys. The best goods at the lowest prices ever known in Butte. My soda fountain and ice cream parlors are now open. The best fruit syrups at the fountain and the finest ice cream that can be made. Mrs. Niedenhofen 39 W. Park St. Butte'