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" 0 47 BY JEWELERS WHO TRY TO SELL YOU GENUINE DIAMONDS AT HIGH PRICES by using the argument that they are a good wvestment and that you can always realize within a small percentage of their cost. How many have tried this experiment only to discover, when they were compelled to part with their jewels for cash, that $20 was all they could r alize on a diamond that cost them $100. If you want to invest your money buy government bonds or some 'ng equally secure or marketable, which will pay a dividend on money so invested. But if you want diamond jew simply for an ornament, buy BARODA DIAMONDS. They answer all the purposes at one-twentieth the cost. JUST THE THING'FOR CHRISTMAS BA RaODA DIA M O NDSthe lustre, icoloi and brilliancy of old ine stons. 'SThey will stand acids, heat, alkali, etc. In fact, they can he washed and cleaned like ordinary diMontls, andl(l so neatr do they resemble them that experts have been deceived. Come and see how they sparkle-It's the greatest, grandest and most gorgeous display of semip-lrecious gems ever made. Come and see the nearest approach to a genuine diamond ever discovered. You must come and see the gems that fool experts; just see if you can detect the difference between Baroda and real diamonds. DON'T MISS THIS I -ante e . and =ocGdEaT G"REaAT ar/men / o' de,/d T urdais hs Aw~,g i rd/bAtiuf s*sr /e/w/y-O d esho/p I a -k NowhybarbVdc rhristm as Sale/* //M <amb or a orderrI/ / yAvwev I I ' /odmc ''/r'.An.fr / 0r, /as/err l Holiday Gift Money will go farther here sýdl 1u/?tM'd ,/ r/ r,/,,&,IIrl /k/id h/ss/,V? d/,aVM4 at 4Mnar than anywhere else. Crowds daily throng dl/hA ra r/ic R Im/d/rros/R/um I s//1/s/ndemol j A. ~ .ks/le/r./s'/&/yrs.¢bs the store, purchasing the beautiful BAR 0 D A y o ,ý ,/j ,.. . _:J'_".%' I B I e'/AFF,' 8/i mo/s ..dss~erC'lýd6 DIAMONDS. They have the same sparkling, /LIroBdrP/leAd/ r/#ar/r/dl/d.ru / I/IpJMA I / i4i.flf.W/ Pn/p dfw/r kAII / glistening, dazzling qualities as the genuine. V wu//.. / ./Alre.rd"ireprfles//.rur. *wiV iCOME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF Flat Beloher Ring-2 Karat Stone. Cluster Stick Pin. Either ladles' or Ladies' Cluster Rings. Drop Earrings. Belcher Ring. Gentlemen's solid gold gentlemen's. Stones Tiffang Engagement Vi Karat Stone Solitaire Knot Pin. filled fiat Belcher ring. It are full of fire and Beautiful, brilliant, Gentleme n's heavy Ring. et In Boarf or ypsy Rng. is impossible to detect this mounting is solid With ruby, opal or turquoise evenly matched stones. 8tick Pin. ring from one costing gold filled. Elther center, surrounded by 14 either 1 or 2 karat in Belcher ring. We are An exact duplicate of Mui.tig in gtll filled., .et Mnuiitii it rolled gold, $250. The stone Is cut the opal, turquoise, ruby brilliant Baroda diamonds. size-set in gold filled the filrt to make a ring Tiffany engagement Very .inet deaign. lwith rillitat Itutln t- it with a beoutiful same as a genuine dia- or emerald center The setting is warranted for Tiffany mountings. We of this character in ring; benutlfulI stone, If genuine in- ton, full of fire; u mond, an, we guarantee stones. If genuine twenty years and the stones guarantee these ear- et in gn ld filled nu r t- nlran It i uld "ond, with e ,err .ru.les i, worin by either idiy the brilliancy to last for- this pin would cost forever. A beautiful ring- rings for ave years' anything butlsolid gold .un. Il.' We guarantee ils ti.s ('st you $30. No or enra.lldo aH i 'le r or e .ntlemnrri. I llpo ever. Mounting warrant- $175. Ac tually can be worn at any and all wear-seem to be worth We guarantee the net- ring to give emir,,e t- ,i.ne ru idr t aruot be 1 ol] fru ai ri g slble to d ett from ed for 20 years' con- $7 59 worth $9. $605 times. $459 $250.00, Our 42i6* ting for 10 years.$45 ll aictlor for $3 5 diff.r- $e 50 worth $200.00, 51 ~O p.rreio. NVorth ti2A stant wear. Price .. V Price ....... Our price ............. o price ......". . Sale price .. live years. Price. .usy p , ..... '(1 tle.....n , ..... .. . 7. O $7G. Picrlu ... Thousands u on Thousands of designs in brooches, rings, cuff buttons, scarf pins, earrings, hair ornaments, necklaces, etc. Space only permits of our illustrating a few, at $1.50 to $4.50 .'c,,th. COME TO OUR STORE TOMORROW AND SEE THE COMPLETE ASSORTMENT. BARODA DIAMOND CO. BRANCH STORES WEMISOFHE BARODA DIAMOND CO. DES MOINES, SIOUX CITY, CEDAR RAPIDS 114 N. MAIN STREET, BUTTE OMAHA a,.d BUTTE 114 N. MAIN STREET, BUTTE - ,, ,11 ... . ...... . RUBINO WISED T10 CURRY THEIR LOVYE ANARCHIST WAS OUT OF FAVOR WITH EMPLOYERS AND THOUGHT TO REGAIN THEIR ESTEEM. Brussels, Dec. .-M., Nagels, the pro cureur du Rio, who has returned to Brus sels from London, dispels the notion of concerted plot in the attempt recently to assassinate King Lep.ld. lie says the anarchist, Rubino, formerly was employed by the Italian consulate in London to report the doings of the an archists. lie betrayed both the anar chists and employers and wished to re gain the coniidcnce of his colleagues by a single-handed exploit. Ten Burned to Death. Bochum, Prussia, Dec. 5.-Ten persons were burned to death early yesterday and others were dangerously injured here as the result of a fire which broke out in a bakery. MORRIS & CO'S PALACE OFTS SWEETS Home-made Doughnuts, Cream Puffs, Chocolate Eclaires, that will please the most delicate taste. Chocolate, Lemon, Or ange and Fig Layer Cakes that are always good. Coffee Cakes, Coffee Stollens, Home-made Pies, Cream Bread, every Satur day. 64 West Park Phý.one THEY BLAME IT ALL ON THE POOR MOSQUITO Sanitary Conference of the American Republics, Which Closed Its Session Last Night in New York, Thinks the Little Insect Is Responsible for the Spread of Yellow Fever and Other Diseases..And They Think the Wee Hook Worm Causes the Trouble for the "Poor White Trash" Class of the South in a Large Measure-..Some of the Things They Are Going to Do. DY ABSOCIATED PRESS. Washington, Dec. 5.--1 he sanitary con ference of American republics, which has been in session since Tuesday, came to an end last night. Santiago de Chile was selected as the place o1 the next meet ing, which will occur March 1S, 19o4. The mosquito came in for a good share of attention during the closing session, and several resolutions bearing on the sub ject of infection were adopted. One of these, offered by Dr. Arthur R. Reynolds of Chicago, charged the different govern ments to study their respective territories, geographical distribution, etc. A resolution offered by Dr. Guiterrez of Cuba is of broader scope, and in a measure makes the statement that the insect is the one factor in the communi cation of disease. This resolution de clares as follows: "The measures of prophylaxis shall be based on the fact that up to the bite of certain mosquitoes is the only proven natural cause of the propagation of yellow fever; that the governments represented in this conference prove the methods em ployed in Havana for the prevention of the spread of the disease on land, for the ABOLITION OF CANTEEN HAS HURT THE ARMY BY ASSOCIATED PRESS, Washington, Dec. 5.--Gencral Bates, paymaster general of the army, has sent a communication to Adjutant General Corbin in regard to the canteen ques tion, in which he said: "The claim of the war department in recommending the restoration of the canteen in the army SOCIAL CENTER MOVES UP Thrilling Fact Concerning the Four Hun dred of the Metropolis. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. New York, Dec. 5.-A periodical de voted to the doings of the society people has discovered that the social center of this city is moving up town at the rate of a block a year. The center of population so far as the consequental people are concerned is this location of cases and the fumigation of buildings, it being understood that said measures are based upon the principles enunciated in the first part of this reso lution; that the prevention of the im portation of the disease by vessels wherein persons actually infected must conform to the methods employed on land. Yet there are questions concerning the importation of infected mosquitoes that require fur ther study before any decided modifica tion of the quarantine laws can be recom mended." The resolution provides that the sub ject of bringing the quarantine laws to conform with the new doctrine of mos quito infection shall be referred to the in ternational sanitary bureau of the Ameri can republics for a report at the next meeting. The following preamble and resolution was adopted: "Whereas, The bubonic plague andt other diseases are spread by rats, mice and other lower animals which to a great ex tent find sustenance in animal and vegeta ble kitchen wastes commonly called gar bage; therefore be it "Resolved, That all organic waste or that during the operation of the law the discipline was superior, desertions much less and that there were fewer fines and forfeitures by court-martials on account of breaches of military discipline from the use of intoxicating liquors by the men, appears to be fully borne out by the records of the paymaster general's office. These records show that the paymaster of the army collected from 75,00ooo enlisted year at Fifty-second street and Fifth ave nue. Two years ago it was at Fiftieth street, and in 1886 at Thirty-fourth; in 1856 it was at Washington square. On a Large, Long Cruise. New York, Dec. 5s--Iloward Gould and a party will start, it is announced, on a trip around the world on the steam yacht Niagara, on December to. The cruise will last six months. gartbage should be kept separately on tihe .prci ss until it can be removedl tnilliixed twitz nything else, and destroyed." A"resohltion was lndpted! recitilg i hat tiylhoid lever tiand Asiatic cholera are caused by swallowing fooid or drink c.. t:jinateil by tile dilscharg of previous cares, aili delclaring that it all the (dlt - ch:.tgs of every existing case of typhold fever and Asiatic cholera were instantly diiftrcted such disease would cease to be a ilIUenacel to the world. A tlng resolution ptortaining to the work of the initcrilational r uanitary bureau whose perman int headquarters are to be at Wash ington, was reportetd. It make(s the iduty of the btireaui to llrg all the republtics representedi it the coil frence to promtptly and regularly trans linii to the ibureat all idalta of every char actor relative to the isanitary condition of their reslpective ports iand territories; to firiish the bureau every opportunity and aid for thorought, tareful andi scientitle study iand investigation of outtbreaks of p'stilen tial diseases occurring in the territories of tii republlics; requires the tlireau to lend itS ;mit anld experience towards the widetst Jirt.,ttion of the public health ,t cath of reg.lars dutring the last year in which the canteen was in force, on account of the soldiers' homlle dues, fines and forr it ures, $62,698, while during the fiscal year sitie the abolishment of the canteen there sas collected by paymasters front albotut 7o,ooo enlisted minll (regulars) on the same account $632,125. The fact, therefore, appears indisputable by the fig urescthat the fine forfeitures imposed upon HEtEFT ONLY ABOUT $10 ,000 Lewis Gerstle Left About Five Per Cent of What They 'Expected. BS' ASSOCIATED PRKSS. San Francisco, Dec. 5.--The will of the late Lewis Gerstle has been filed for pro bate. The petition gives the nominal value of the estate at only $1o,ooo, though it is sutpposed to amount to about $2oo,ooo. With the exception of about $2,000 be. the rep itih.h"s, iit orde.r tha;t id .isiase ,:, h, elim i t;lld and 111 u.nl. rc(. 1;t nilt;t,1 . ;(l )ll alsoi to (i t'Oti ~.ge, to al t, to tii tll , it ; ll piroper ways Iii s;iitiation of seapoti , Il clurling tlhe, sanitaIl ry I lllmprove t1 s ni l ti lmnr ihors, 5Cwti drtaiinage of the( t 501spoai, e liml' tl h.iol , i.Jlle itl(l 1rain t l im, llp ; ,ul, Vermif. it l Pil' rllii t ie parasite poputa ty ii, . ti ts thue hook-worIli, Dlr. W\VarIdell Stlir 1ini miarint e hospi tal service ,i i tie oiii ldr estintg stateIJliet that to it was l'resp, pble tie cot n liiitit,l ofl the so-called "poor whits, I ie preshc'ii of Ilie iookk wrli, hi' ,1 was the catlse of thi'ir poor physical ;ull ti(nt;al state, the parasite ill the hl iiumatl systetn producittig a icolblitioi of extriite anci.tis, simitlar II Its syntiptoits to a severe attack of malaria. Iii sail thait any gen 'ration oif I.people pllaced Intiudr like contpi til.s must deteriorate. 'hile eco lition of chiliren in thit, i;tor.es of the Southt, ofi which so nich has teen said of late, I )r. Stile adhled, was not due so muchte t the work, but toI the ellect prodiclld oil tilt Syste.m by the noxirXos hook-worti. Its eradijcatilt, liht heclartd, wsas the only ,so ltionr il thl' ialttto of I, ringis g about bet ter colllitions amlit..g these 'oule. and collected from the enlisted men of the army was vastly increased during tile year leubequent to the IabolIislhIent of the canteen, which increase can not be well attributed to any other cause than the effects of an uncon trolled liquor traffic in connectiotn with military posts, which traffic appears to seriously affect the discipline and morals of the army." . ... . ..... ... --. . -- (T - - - +I- .. queathed to a number of local charities, the rest and residue of the estate is left to the widow, Hannah Gerstle. Will Pass Tariff Bill. Berlin, Dec. 5.-The majority groups in the reichstag have decided to pass the tariff bill before Christmas. Yesterday's session of the reichstag was consumed in hearing the formal verbal reports of members of the tariff committee, AW AR $10,000 IN ANCIENT SUIT JllRY G(IVIrS THAT bUM TO PLAIN Til F IN THORNTON-THOMAS COMPANY LITIGATION. 'Ilh juily in Jul.l g ln ar ny's cmo rt that hIs bee iitunOi.'; l,"r s.vtl a;l Ia;ys oni the 'ais of the l buti ut on T hi ll.las Mlcrc: mtile c'hoM ;y a ;gait,;ll ll ( ' or,.c I'. |$c luthcr.on et al, tun minia l a ve rdlit last night at 8 o'clock, ;i .Aid lug tihe ll itpl lillf $Iu, ,') 'I he is ti'o l lla', brolght ti riecov r the hslu of $.-u , c '5 , which thi: |,1ahintilf claiin .,l tI I, dl i oni accoillt ohf the wrongi.l iaIi 1onment iof a rceiver F on petition of tIhle doh ld;niis aol the on wariantid ;ll l of thl. 'st 'ck of gruic ries inter tIll' pi. telijdhd r'rc ivership. T'lei case ins l aggit alug for several dayist ;ntrl wi s a most tirresomie one. ()Ii' milsty docuiiniits wire tolnl througlh aunl lncitet papers and receipts wlre submlit ti:l in 'vidhcncc: ttil the jury was worn utot by the lhug wait. Th'e pliaitillt was re.p.reseiitd by Mc hlatton & (otter anul Ge(irge Shliltoin. Channel Storm Still Rages. Lond lon, elc. 5. 'l . stor coli tiln es. alimg the northern coast of Great Britain, aecomipaiiiel by a large fall of snow. I isasters .s.ulting in soume loss of life have resulted. BLACK'S Leading Confectioner of Butte Specials for Saturday Full line of fresh cake, Full line of fresh candies. Wedding cakes made and orna mented on short notice. Salted almonds and peanuts. We serve hot coffer, cocoa and chocolate with cake, 15c. iO0.West Park Street Telephone 6801