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Feminine Fad s> > Secret Locketsi worn on the long locket chains. Places for two pictures. Plain, Satin Finish or Roman, set with stones, are quite fash ionable $2.00 to $4.00 for large ones. $1.25 to $2.00 for the little fellows. Engraved with wearer's mono gram without extra charge. Towle & Winterhalter JEWELERIS 28 West Park Street Niedenhofen's Grand Toy Sale Finest Collection of Imported Toys and Dolls Ever displayed in Butte at Mrs. Nied enhofen's. Among the collection of dolls are a number of real beauties, that must be seen to be appreciated. These dolls are costumed beyond description. See our Hargain Counter of low priced imported chinaware, and bric-a brac. Special prices this week. Mrs. Niedenhofen, 41 West Park. (I) we 0W CUT OUT THIS WILSON'S BEE HIVE COUPON 33 West Park For voting contest for nost popu lar boy or girl under z5 years of age. Name,......................... Address.................... NOTICE Tachell, the Under' taker, Has Moved to 129 South Main Street Plithlan eastle. Tel. 311. Res. Phone 6848 DR. T. G. HEINE Speelalist Eye, Ear, Nose nd Throat Diseases of men and women. Office o04 and w om Pennsylvania block, W. Park street. Office tel., 89gA, Residence 6W 6 S. Montana street, 'Phone 7taM. Green, Choice Alfalfa at Whit. nore's, .401 S,. Main St. Telephone, 3s8. NO ONE TO BLAME FOR GOLDE'S END CORONER'S JURY VISITS SMELTER AT ANACONDA AND FINDS HIS DEATH WAS ACCIDENTAL. SPECIAL TO THE INTER MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, Dec. i .-After a thorough and exhaustive Inquiry by the coroner's jury into the cause of the death of Myra Golde at the Washoe smelter a tew days ago, the following verdict was returned this afternoon: "At an inquisition holden at Anaconda in Deer l.odge county on the toth day of December, t9oa, . before me, Joseph A. Hughes, coroner of said county, upon the body of Myra Golde, lying dead, by the jurors whose names are hereunto sub scribed, the said jurors upon oath do say that the deceased came to his death by the result of shock caused by being scalded in a flume connected with a matte furnace. By investigation we also hItd that the cause was purely accidental and attach no blame to any one. In testimony whereof the said jurors have hereunto set their hand the day and year aforesaid: "D. Cohen, Sr., William Murphy, James McFeeley, E. 1.. Lyman, A. Short, John It. Thomas." The jury this morning visited the scene of (jolde's death. Meet me at the 'tister. PA)D OUT ONLY $180,00'0 ON THE WARRANTS DEC. 10 Grand Rush to the Office of the City Treasurer Keeps All the Clerks Rushing Day and Night. The bIooks at the city treasurer's office show that on the recent call for war rants there was paid out yesterday the tidy sum of $18o.ooo. There was a grand rush of holders of city warrants to the treasurer's office and all day the clerks toiled redeeming the city's obligations. There was about $3oo,ooo on hand to pay out for warrants, and there was some thing in the nature of a stampede yester day, which was the appointed day for paying the warrants. It is thought that before the week is out the remaining $-:o,ooo will be exchanged for warrants. HOTEL ARRIVALS. At the Thornton. MA. S. Gunn, Helena; Edwin Norris, Dil lon; Robert G;. White, Philadelphia; H. l.azan, Chicago; E. A. Gear, Helena; W. J. Walsh, White Sulphur Springs; A. A. UITardahl. 1.. M. Renick. II. F. Adams, E. E. Reed. I-I. A. Kohr, New York; D. M. Houser, B. B. Morse, Minneapolis; C. B. McCarthy, BI. Wilser, Helena; W. A. Jones, Dillon ; Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Morris, Pony; I). J. ()'Callahan, Omaha; John A. Zepson. E. J. Marx, St. Louis; Max Kahn, New York; H. Clayberg, J. \V. Dougherty, Chicago; J. Joseph, Miss M. Joseph, W. E. Burges, San Francisco ; I.. LI.oeb. l)en ver; C. S. Hoire, Helena; Roger C. Knox, Revenue; W. B. Rogers, Anaconda; R. C. Church, Seattle; B. B. Ilarox, Omaha. At the Finlen. J. E. Bradly, J. B. Morrell, St. Louis; C. R. A. Scobcy and wife. Fort Peck; J. B. Egan, Kansas City; Henry Mueller, Jule Smith. city; W. F. Wilcox. Helena: Charles F. Richardson, Great Falls: ; 1. Gatewood, C. P. McClashan, St. Paul: D. E. StitTt. T. Smith, Chicago; 1. N. Hlall, Boise: I. H. Hamilton. Grant ; S. C. I1er ren, Deer I.odge: (C. J. Denoon, L.incoln; Walker Hayes, (;eorge A. Shomaker, Mis soula : J. P. Posson. F. 1). Ilerhold, Port land, Ore. :; J. M. Conrow, I.ivingston, C. W. Shults, New York: P. M. Reilly, Mis soula; Lulu McVey, Canda, N. D).; W. F. McCann, llelena. At the Butte. R. l)Dongall. HInry, IB. C.: F. L. Vin cent. Salt Lake; John McAvily, city; S. W. Alvin. Seattle; R. I)e B. Smith, Ana conda; T. Scott. I)illon; H. W\Veinburg, St. Paul; E. A. Davis, city; J. M. Myers, Cando, N. D).; Mrs. I.ivermore, Ana conda: G. D. Hlendrick, St. Louis; J. II. Greylill, Namba: A. J. McKey, White hall; II. It. Ripey, Omaha; A. O. Tayjoc, St. Paul. At the Southern. F. W. Somers, Twin Bridges; \V. A. Bridges, Helena; Harvey Herring, Ma comb, Ill.; Earl Osborne, Helena; M. A. Clark, Fargo, N. D.; N. Roberts, M. Mc Manus and wife, Red Lodge; R. C. Bow liin, William Edwards, I.ivingston; Fred Hoyt, Belgrade; D. J. Davis, C. H. Leach, Sand Creek; HI. C. Williams, Dillon; O. R. Olney, J. R. Middleton, Pocatello; D. H. Bingham, James Evans, Virginia City; Charles Thompson, Anaconda; James Petcrson, David Berry, Cedar Fort, Utah; James L. Bowing, Salt Lake. ABOUT BUTTE. Orton Bros. Pianos and organs. If you bought it at Sherman's it's good. Lippencott & Darrow. a66 Pennsylvania block. Butte Branch No, 62a, National Associa tion of Letter Carriers, has elected otfficers for the ensuing year as follows: President, Frank Miller; vice-president, Roy Coulter; treasurer, Iimer lipper; secretary, C. H. Christie ; corresponding secetary, D). i. Toomy ; sergeant-at-arms, I.. S. IBrolne. Mrs. L. E. Culver, the cattle queen of the Centennial valley, is in town. J. G. Bates, tuner, Montana Music Co., ipi N. Main street. Tel, 504. Vogue-Double Number Christmas Harper's, Collier's Weekly, Life, Puck, Leslic's, English illustrated magazines and everything late and popu lar in reading at P. O. News Stand. * Not Selfish. A nephew of Colonel Lanham of Texas tells the following story of a negro hap tising in Texas. An old negro preacher did the honors, and the candidate for baptism was a coal black negro woman. The preacher led his victim far out into the stream, where she could be thoroughly immersed, and at the auspicious moment he cried in a loud voice: "Be stiddy, sister; be stiddy, and you'll cum up whitah den snow." "Oh, parson," she exclaimed, "dat's askin' too much; a cream colouh'll do." The annual output of the gold and sil ver mines of Japan amounts to about $2,500,00ooo. BRIiISH FLETE SINKS CASTRO'S SHIPS' (Continued from Page One.) Trinidad. Two of the prizes, he added, were stnk. 'The under secretary also said that the release of the British subjects arreMted At Caracas had been demanded, but up to that time the government had not been e:. formed that the demand had been com plied with. The government had no of ficial information of the reported ar'rest of the British consul at Caracas. The" latest reports were that he left La Guayr yesterday. The British subjects arrested had iot been harmed. German Officials Happy. Berlin, Dec. it .-The German officials are much pleased at Minister Bowen's ac tion at Caracas, resulting in the release of most of the Germans imprisoned, at.d by his efforts to obtain the liberation of the others. Full advices on the subject have been received front Washington. The direct dispatches received from Venezuela by the foreign office he'e say that Veneuets la's naval vessels have not yet been seized and that only her revenue cutters were captured, but that the seizure of the former is expected immediately. All the newspapers here, with the excep tion of the socialist organ, Vorwaerts. are in sympathy with the government's action toward Venezuelan. The morning papers contain many hu morous references to what they term Pres ident Castro's magniloquent manifesto ca bled to the representatives of Venezuela in Paris and made public last night. The Vorwaerts, which never loses an opportunily to assail what it considers to be "political shams," says it thinks the formidable tiltilatutms of the two powers and the naval demonstrations are govern mental bluster, suggested for the promo tion of certain financial aims. How Marines Landed. .ondon. Dec. I I.-(Bullt tin)-Ti'he C(en tral News says it is reported in the lobby of the house of commons this afternoon that the allies have landed blue jackets at l.a Guayra for the purpose of effecting the capture of 'resident Castro and that fighting is going on in the street. The for eign office has no information to this clTect. British Sloop Takes Two. Kingstown, Island of St. Vincent, Dec. Si.--The Venezuelan troopshilp Zamora and the coast guard vessel Veinte l'res de Mayo were captured in the Gulf of Paria and taken to Port of Spain. Trinidad, this morning by the British sltoop of war Alert. Indefatigable Action. L.a (;uayra, \'enezuela, De)cc. i rl.--T'he British cruiser Indefatigable arrived here at 6 o'clock fromt Guanta, the polt of Bar celona, where s;he has been in search of the (;erman cruiser Vineta and the British cruiser Retribution left here at 6 o'clock this evening. It is supposed they have on board Venezuela's answer to the demand of the foreign powers, which arrived from Caracas on a special at a o'clock. What is termted atn inopportune demon stration is the stratngti method resorted to in the remtittance to the Venezuelan for eign minister of the demands of (;reat Britain and (Germany. which are freely criticised here. The government has sent 2.1OO men and i,ooo guns fromn Caracas the reinforce tihe garrison at L.a (;uayra. These troops are encalmped at ( tacaruti, distant one hour from l.a (;uayra. All day and all night ammlllUlnition has beenl carried to Fort I.aVigita, which crowns the har bor, and preparations are being mIade to resist the forces. Volunteers Are Arming. Volunteers to tthe number of )(o: mett, all from l.a (;utayra, have beetn armed and more are re(lquestinlg arms. It was assert ed here that the governmnct can find suf ficient men to ,tesist the foreign forces, as the movement is peculiar. Everywhere one meets all classes and conditions car rying .\lauser rifles. The news of the cature at Port of Spain. Trinidad, of the Venezuelan gun Itoat Bolivar by the British cruiser Charybdis was communicated to Presi dent Castro by a sepresettative of the Associated Press. Tlhe event caused great excitement. Prisoners Are All Released. La Guayra, Dec. z t.-All British and German subjects arrested yesterday were released this afternoon. Made No Mention of It. Berlin, Dec. ir.-Chancellor von Bue low's presence in the reichstag today caused expectation that he would make a statement regarding Venezuela, and the house was well filled, but he did not refer to international policies. lie dwelt on the tariff bill, and said that if the reduc tion of duty on agricultural machinery and implements, as provided for in the Kardorff amendment, was adopted tile fed erated governments would take the changes into serious consideration. 'T'hey would not consent, however, to fixing minimum duties on aninmals and meats. The government in making the new commercial treaties would guarantee to the domestic animal industry protection enough to insure its prosperous development and wvould accept no provisions in treaties whtich would render it impossible to adopt the necessary veterinary measures to pre vent animal diseases comling into Germany from abroad. The chancellor's statement was greeted with applause from the right party and with derisive laughter from the members of the left party. EDUCATION BILL IS NO GO Government Sustains a Defeat on the Measure in the House of Lords. BY ASSOCIA'I'ED PRIESS. New York, Dec. .--'l'he government has sustained a defeat in the house of lords on the education bill. -Inmodifyi.g the provision requiring the managers of voluntary schools to be responsible for all repairs, the lords have unquestionably in fringed' on the privilege of the lower house, for the Bishop of Manchester's amendment, which was carried by t 14 to 88, would in effect throw an increased burden on rates. It is certain that the question of privilege will he raised by the commons, and the result will in all proba bility be that the lower house will, on motion of the government, strike out the amendment. The lords will no doubt let the matter drop. Meet me at the I'tister. * PORTLANDl PEOPLE WILL NOT G0 OUT .BUT ANOTHER BASEBALL ORGAN IZATION HAS BEEN FORMED, WITH THE SAME DIRECTORS. ~ Y AlSOtCIATE'D PRE:SS. : IprtlpntI, Ore., Dec. i t.-The Portland h:i5Chall chlb has not left the Northwest hl ague, but a new organization known as the Portland Baseball association has been ,,trited, which has sectfred a lease on the glnltds of the Portland club, Some of the dlirectors of the two organizations are the same, so there is ltttle probability that the Portland baseball club will offer seri ous otlpposition to the Portlaid association,. ('. tinlance of the Portland club in the held may serve two purposes--it may pave theI way toward securing the forfeit of ,4t,oo which the club does not desire to jua antd it may serve to keep out an isgiition team should the Northwest I iaguie desire to enter into a war. A. 11. Devers, promltinent in the move meitt to join with ('alifornia. today said: "I Iish you to uttderstandtl that the old clhil is going ahead and will problaly put a ieatm in the field. The people who have t:ken tup the California matter inltend ftrmiing a tnew associationi entirely distinct from the old club. We intend to rui it and are going to spend money to have the best possible club." F. A. Spencer, who returined front Satitle today with Ilhenry lHarris, manager of the San Francisco eIam, said : "The scheldule of gattes has not heen arrangld, buit there will he six games a week iin stead of five as last year. iltakinig jti Illmore games played in Portland and Seattle thli tender the Northwest leaite. lThis setasont .i1 Olopel and close it Californiia." Deafness Cannot Be Cured iyV local applications, as they icannoit reaih the diseased lportion of the ear, 'lhere is only one way to (tire l)eafnlles, a;il thlt is hyI constitutionil renet di,"s. I1)ei, nes. is no,,sed by ini inflamed Condition of the itpu su lining of the °ustaihian 'l'lbe. \V I'in this tuite gets intlauedil yot have a rtllmbling stttound otlr imllplerfect heIt linRg, ailn itell it is entirely clos'ed I)e;fness is the result. anld utnltess the inlammail tionit call lie takentII out andtl this tilih rIestored t its normII. aIIl condiion, hearingl will ,. d.stri.y.ed forever; nint e t ases t. 1 otif tell i t' ar t ea 'edl by catarrlh. which is nothiniig hiut tan ill. flllltel conditlio.n of the inimucouis sutfaes.i' We will give ( elii Ilitilreld itllars for iany case if I) efitness (caused bIy ('atarith that cannot hlle cured by Ilall's I ';latihi (tire. Senlll for circutlars. free. F. J. ('I IIEN .Y & (' I., Tolhdo, it. Sold Iby 1 )rt'iggists, 7.s. Ilall's l-iatily Pills are hile est. A SADDER BUT WISER MAN. He Thought He Was Betting on a Sure Thing. AIlmlng th'e crowld of Ipeople giathert in front of the RI1 ) I It T .l(,' S ' sto.r, 11. Main street, yesterday afternoon loot.tng at ;hpir window attraction, cualh ,l the liv iln head, was one man that tIiotiglht lhe knew just hlw it was done. IlI stnod ill front of the w'inldow, an. said: "Y'' eran tell by the eyes that it is a wax fiailre. )o you know that tliy are ma;kinag than'iI now so you call hardy tell t'hem from a real person ? They miake the eyes, lips and face monlve just like they w.le real." ()oi of the crowd remarked that he ws.oIIl het that the lady was not wax. .\t this thei wisneHe pulled ,ot a wad of hills and offered to bet $5oo, lihal s. was. Thi y put tllp their I nloney and ii l wet into t hei store aund asked Ma(nager 'rait to dleide the hit. lie dlid so hey taking tlhemI tci tih frott wiaulow ail talking to the young lady. hbut thle wisie on was iinot sati-itI until lie sasws the laduly and talked with Ih I. Ihe said a fT;e short IwordiIs anilt w llt ;itay tll4ing ti him.setlf. RE!NDEER QUEEN. She Has Four Hundred Deer, and Is Regarded as Rich. Mary Makridolff, the Rlvin1derr quree of Alaska, is queening it all by herself iinow, for Sinriok ( harlie Allgel. llsok is. itda , says the Sanl Fraincisco ( all. Sinrock Charlie was her hutsband. Ihe died, leaving her in entire charge of his ismiilllense estate, which iImeanis miany miles of while tundra anl the greatest herd of reindteer ever owned by an Ilskimo. Miary represlets to her lipeople, not onl lithe hiyghiest degree of ranik and honor, blt of Wli.ialth, culture aitnd fashiln as well. Iier power over them is one with their tiilii hoilored suplerst itions. The deer cost alimst nothling. 'lThe lald isas goodl as hers. The foid I 1itpoi whicht thuese animals live is the white muss which covers the tundra and grows of its ownII free will in great plentyt . Th I1e os is sailirieiut to keep them in good couilition the year rouind. They need no other (flid. It will sustain humnan life, by tie, way, and might have saved many a Irav eler if he had known it. The deer are estimated at a valtue of about $2oo apiece. Thislna ieans a fortune of $8,oo00, which is innulense wealth to an Indian. The in conic is larger to Mary than it wouil he to most people, for she is a liusiness womlllan born and imadle and she gets every cent inst of those deer that there is to get. Sie gets it in different ways, by a system ol f economic industry that is as uiii. to date as a great Amnerican packing house or .,tton factory. Not onie proiduct is lost ill working for others. Somte of the deer bring in an illncome for use in transportatioln. The trolops hire thtem, for this piulrpiose. ()ie is f lrnislled by the shrewd lady for somnething like $1,0 a month. 'The creatures are well worth the moneu'y she gets for their hire, how ever, for they ('alt travel to miles an hour over the frozen slnow, drawing as iuihlt as 2oii pounils of freight, to say nothing Tof the sledge. They sometimes cover ItoI miil s in a day. The deer are at curtain tiews killed amul sold for foodl. This i.. whenl they couil not bring in a better in coiiie haulinug. Mary watches andt she never slips upll on her transactions. Rein deer porterhouse steak is a Noine delicacy, oil it biring a fancy price in the market. Iiat the deer dead is worth far more thaln his price as steaks. His skin is pre iqco" as cloth of gohld, and when Mary andul her women have wrought it into parkas and tmucklucks it brings in a goodly suti. Day after day they sit and cut and sew, miaking the garmetnts, which are later on sent down the 30-mile road that leads south to Nome. On the coldest days they work indoors; when the siun makes it pos sible they may be seen sitting under the shelter of an upturned boat, all huddhled in their own parkas, each with her halo of fuir thrown back that she may see. It is thi satme halo that can be drawn over the face Fifty Years the Standard Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. , Highest Tests U. S. 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Tile soll tio' caul wit h th t trl' ls not exer l . il , area, It still smiles a gr,)n wld lhe claisiels have gahed, wonder eyed. at t. le majestic buildings that have tiny cohlage looks strngwly out of plaice when csimpared wilh thi surr\., i" ng apartmnent houses, out is Still in hannony ,wisth e clinging vines Rn the porch, Ihi tfoiltpaths le yding throtighw bohls it m aion beneath the tree, and wt ith ls, , of wity ing corn. A wordei sioed co.taits ]naty tools alret ah adaydoned wagi: n -.for the farmer no longer drives to market. oh market comtes to hier. Blotting Out a New Religion. The stthian of Turkey es order ted The extirpation, ly as severe methods as can be devised, so as to t oeahr! a l essor l, it is madle gr.at headway ine tinai ,vcru. 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Vaudeville Specialties See MAJOR , I \ : t'I '. c:llnpion iroadrs, rdilll nl , i ry e.inill .g I 8:15. liatinees W\'llt ll.:y, ~Siattiiurdly Suttn Alay, at _, I i5 p . Ig Admni;,sio ---In t , - 1 ', 3 wc. Intirc cdhange of bill c kly. LEVY'S "°°""" EIlectrle Theater 57 E. Park St. Change of Program Trip Around the I'm ii .1\eicciin I xposi I ijon, (a' nationi, the '.;:Iloon Smiasher Race Between Colllliai,: aind Shamrock and nlany other pluliling ind comic sub jects. Trhc ALTON SIS 'IIRS, D)ramatiiic and Lyric Soplralno in lI)tcts and Illus trated Songs; E. J. tro\i, tihe C.haimpiotl CTone and Xylephone, n'tv. Ruhe R 'hPain ally, his BIunch of NcOlnisiissei, Prof. Bily anie: his Clown Dogs and othicr SpecialtietsA.:, Conitinuot's pcrforltallc. to 5 7 to :o p. il. Admission, cge; children, Ilc.