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GREAT RELIGIOUS PAINTING WHICH HAS ATTRACTED
PEOPLE'S ATTENTION ALL OVER THE WORLD "S'.SCIP AMl DOMINE," BY I. II. BACON, A.R..I., IiXIDBITED IN TIHE ROYAL ACADEMY, :895; PARIS :896. "S.cipe Me l)omine" is one of the great paintings which have attracted attention, particularly in the religious world, since its exhibition in Paris in 1896. It i: the work of the celebrated painter, J. II. Bacon, A. R. I., and it was exhibited in the Royal academy. The great technical merit of the painting is equaled by the fine s'ntiment it elmbodies. It was the subject of a glowing criticism lately by an eminent ecclesiastic of the Catholic chureL -r- .... GUERiILLA IACIICS Kansas Man Is Mortally Wounded By Shot in His Window. 1'l.t IAI. In 1111. INIlkR MOC NIAIV. Kansas tity. Mn., Feb. 28.-llert Mc illstry, a farmer living near ()lathe, Kan., was shot and Imlrt.lly wounded last night by nklllkiIolln peis.n., \hou liled a shutgun through M!ckinstr)'s window. MlcKin. stry is 4 y irs ul.l, uIInarried and lived aloe oin his armn. Ihe shi.loltiI't i. sulppredt' to have been done Iby a Iiulua nated G(rahamn who, it is alleged, hlad tarilble with McKinstry and lied toard thlis city after McKinstry wia shot. JOHN ALLEN DISMISSED IN THE ASSAULT CASE Trouble With Poindexter, in Which Some Slashing Cuts a Figure, Is Aired in Justice Doran's Court. A ianll (of "hlarkjack," two infuriated col ore.d Ini.ii who disputed over the out comie of iIth gaime andil a res.ulting "rough house" were a;rod iu Jlstice of the Peace I)lrnl's court yesterdaiy afternoon when, Allin, chargeuId with assault in drawing a Allen charged Sill1 ass ault in drawing a knife otn Ite.jt ijn I'iiiindxter, the state disnti-s.siid tihe case against the iaccused. I'ih vidleile dischloed that Allen had a right to Ilse the knife to defend himself, as oilldexter was giving hint a rough deal whenu hte pulled the eapitnoi. I'oindexter, it appetas . Iid l.st his lltmoney, tud lie sought Trestulge iuuptn Alk it, who was a winner. lihe Iru k A.hen furiuisly. antI the latter, whoi it a cripple. drew ia knife for self protectiii.n, lI cut I'uiudexter several timers with the k ifie. After hearinig the evidence )eputy County Attorneiy t ol'ituan decided to dis 1miss the (ase. 'facts r Reflection Butte Real Estate has and will pay better returns on your investment than any city on earth. WHY SO? Because people will listen to knockers-the man who has had conlidence in Butte, has invested his money in Butte realty has grown rich; the greater the confidence the richer he got. STOP CROAKING When you are dead and gone your posterity will see a greater Butte than now. GET IN LINE Get good inside property and improve it and join the crowd of prosperous men-look around you-there are thousands who never will sell their Butte realty well placed; because there is nothing in the country they can get the same increase and interest out of on their money. Can we show you. THE THOMPSON COMPANY INSURANCEC LOANS IS W. Broadway, Butte NDl' - ` - `- - CREW II MUTINY British Brigantine Officers Cut Up by Their Angry Sailors. BY Aa.0CIAtED l.aLSa. Havana, Feb. a8.-The crew of the British brigantine Persia of Windsor, N. S., which has arrived from Hlansport, N. S., and Bahia Honda mutinied and at tacked her captain, M. B. Cogswell, and the mate, Peter 'obleau, both Nova Sco. tians. The mate was so badly slashed •that he is not expected to live. Cogs well was badly cut and bruised. The port police boarded the vessel and arrested the ringleaders, Harry Small, Canadian, John Boyes, Nova Scotian, and Frank Kochlin, an Englishman. CAUTION. This is not a gentle word-- but when you think how liable you are not to purchase the only remedy universally known and a remedy that has had ,the largest sale of any medicine in the world since s868 for the cure and treatment of Consumption and Throat and Lung troubles without losing its great popularity all these years, you will he thankful we called your atten tion to Boschee's German Syrup. There are so many ordinary cough remedies made by druggists and others that are cheap and good for light colds perhaps, but for severe Coughs, Bronchitis, Croup and especially for Consumption, where there is difficult expectoration and cough ing during the nights and mornings, there is nothing like German Syrup. The as cent size has just been introduced this gists. Newbro Drug Co., J. T. Finlc Drug Co. George Vanderbilt's estate, stiltmore, is already the largest body of contiguous land unler one ownership in North Caro lina; nevertheless he is still adding to it. lie has just secured a large tract on the upper l)avidson river, which will become a part of Hiltmore. On his new purchase are several water powers. WAS BRILLIANT SOCIAL EVENT AT THE CAPITAL . ',4 tr . a' MRS. EDSON I. GALLAUDET. One of the brilliant social events which have lately excited and oc(cup)ied the guy society of the national capital was the wedding, of Miss Mrliun Cockrell, daughter of Senator Cookrell, to Mr. Edison 1F. Gillaudet. Mr. and Mrs. Oillaudet were both residents of Washington, and their circle of acquaintancetl is a wide one. Mrs. Gillaudet is re garded as one of the most charming women in Washington society, NATHANIEL J. HUMPHREYS ILL Birney Man Is Unable to Attend to His Dutles. BPLCIAL T0 TO T INTER MOUNTAIN. Forsyth, Feb. a8.-County Comnmissioner Nathaniel J. Hlumphreys of Birney is very low of pneumonia. Two physicians from Sheridan, Wyo., have been with him co stantly for the past two or three dais. If no change for the better occurs soon it is feared that Mr. Humphreys cannot recover. He is a large man, physically, and the disease Is feared very much in this instance on that socount. He will be unable to attend the quar terly meeting of the board next Monday and, as one of the commissioners who will be present, is a republican and the other a democrat, much. Important business will necessarily go over until a later meeting of the board. LIPTON IS TO FIX THE DATE Does Not Know Yet When Launching Will Be. Paris, Feb. a8.-Sis Thomas Lipton, who has just arrived here from Nice, where he has been sojourning, says he in tends going to Glasgow next Tuesday to make the final arrangement and fix the date for the launching of the Shamrock III. He adds that all reports thus far as to the date of the launching were conjec. tural, as he will not be able to settle on the time until he sees the builder and dis. cusses the situation at Glasgow. .. This signature as on ev AelMidery box of the genuine Laxative Bromo-Qulnlne Tablets thb remedy that curcs a cold in one day. Men's Hats The very newest is the wide brim, low crown, soft hat, made from finest selected fur, and silk trimmed and silk stitched throughout. Colors are black and also pearl. An extremely artistic creation; worn by swell dressers $ everywhere. The price ................ * Men's Shirts New spring styles men's negligee shirts, made of best quality percale. Blue or tan with black or white stripe; also the new shade of red which will be worn so much this spring. Plain or plaited bosoms, attached or detached cuffs. $ 1 All bright, fresh new patterns; $9, $1.75 or.. $e050 Onpe_ Until . ... O O'clock To-night CLUBS OF BUTTE (Continued from I'age Fifteen.) were prepared and read on behalf of the club by Mrs. Ella Knowles Hlaskell, "Whereas, Miss Aline Tieche, a beloved member of the Saturday Night club, has answered to the call of her Master and passed beyond the veil which separates the plane of the mortal from that of the im mortal; and, "Whereas, The Saturday Night club has lost one of its most eflicient and active members, who was ever ready to aid in the advancement of the best interests of the club, and for whose loss we sincerely grieve, be it "Resolved, That the members of the Saturday Night club hereby extend to the relatives and family of our departed friend their sincere sympathies in the affliction which overshadows them, trusting that the light which shines beyond the veil of mat ter may lessen their sorrow and hallow the memory of the beloved one, who now lives in the fullness and blessedness of the glory eternal; be it further "Resolved, That a copy of these resolu tions be forwarded to the family of the de ceased and that they be spread upon the minutes of the club." The event of the evening was a paper on "The Single Tax: A Remedy for Un Just Inequalities in the Distribution of Wealth," by Dr. Hammond. The paper set forth the doctrine of Henry George MR8. ELZO IoPHEflSON The Well-Known Leoturer, Who I. Still in Butte. and discussed the present system of pri vate ownership of lard. It closed with a comparison of so.ialism and the single tax, treating of their methods and their objects. The paper was much enjoyed and at its conclusion the club adjourned until to night. The Beth Art Club. Mrs. F. W. McSherry invited the ladies living in the Heine flats on South Mon tana street to bring their embroidery and spend the afternoon of November a8, 9goa, at her home, 58 West Mercury street, where she served delicious refreshments. Mrs. C. E. Miller, Mrs. L. F. Prescott, Mrs. A. R. Kirkwood and Mrs. T. G. Heine were among the number. The la dies enjoyed the afternoon so much that before leaving they organized a club for sociability and to become more perfect in the art of embroidery, in the most im promptu manner, Mrs. Heine being chosen as chairman and acting only until a presi dent could be elected. Mrs. Kirkwood was elected president, Mrs. Heine secretary and Mrs. McSherry treasurer. Mrs. Heine suggested the name for the club, which was accepted, and Mrs. McSherry claims the honor of having the club named for her, Beth being taken from Elizabeth, which is Mrs. McSherry's name. The colors chosen for the club are blue and cream, and the flower the forget-me-. All kinds of coal and wood. OITIZEIIS' 001. C0. Vte. 4 East Broadway. WANTED Solicitors. Call or address Circulator. INTER I1OUNTAIN. not. Mrs. Kirkwood suggested thLe imotto from Plato, "The beautiful ret ti on the foundation of the necessary," th:t was accepted. Committees were appoilnted to draft by laws and constitution and other thlllgs necessary to complete the organization of the club, which meets on the first and third Mondays of every month at the homes of its members at .m:jo p. m. Some member is appointed by the presi dent to prepare a paper to read at each meeting, while the others are busy with their embroidery. Therefore the mindlt. of all are taken up with a literary subject and the club boasts that there is no gos siping at its meetings. The members al ways answer to the roll call with quota tions from different authors. Refreshments are served at each meet Ing, but only two things are allowed be sides the tea and coffee. Since the organization of the club the following names have been added to its membership: Mrs. Herman Rosenzweig, who has been elected vice-president; Miss Amy Brittain, Mrs. Harry Prescott, Mrs. P. J. Shaw, Mrs. J. M. Ingle, Miss M. M. Dunn, Mrs. J. M. Settle, Mrs. J. B. Weller and Mrs. George Berry. Mrs. L. F. Prescott and Mrs. Ilarry Prescott recently moved to Nampa, Idaho. and were complimented by being elected honorary members of the club. Vistors are welcomed at the meetings after a:So p. m. Ethical Culture Club. The meeting of the Ethical Cultutre club on Tuesday evening was entirely social; no business was transacted and no set pro gram was followed. The club is looking forward to a series of lectures ou bacter lology to be delivered by Dr. Ray Freund. The first of these lectures will probably be given next Tuesday evening. Evening Euchre Club, The Evening Euchre club met at the home of Mrs. A. Anderson, 5S4 East Mer cury street, on Friday evening. The mnem bers were out in full force to compete for the pretty prizes and to enjoy the hospi tality o. the hostess.