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J. H. Leyson's Final Announcement
TIME IS UP Goods Have Lingered Too Long. NowThey Must Go Commencing Monday, March 2d, and continuing daily until everything in the store is sold, we will offer our immense stock of high grade, up to date Diamonds, Jewelry, Watches, Silverware, Clocks, Cut Glass, Opera Glasses, Leather Goods, Umbrellas, Canes, etc. ..AT AUCTION.. Without reserve or limit, to the highest bidder for cash. This is a chance that will impress a multitude. It will pay you to contemplate the full force of this event. Everybody who reads should profit thereby and prepare to attend this sale to take advantage of this most unusual opportunity. Remember: Sale Commences Monday, March 2d, 2 P. M. E I22 . MainE. J. H. LEYSON 221 N. MainSt ~5 3F~~;~; ~ ~ ~ WinTIMt TAFT IS ANXIOUS TO HAVE THE BILL PASSED Cables Presidenton Necessity of a Tariff Measure For Philippine Islands. BY ASSOCIATED ParSS. Washington, Feb. a8.-The president late yesterday afternoon sent the follow. ing message to the senate: "I have just received a cable from Governor Taft, which runs as follows: 'Necessity for passage of a new tariff bill most urgent. The conditions of productive industry and business considerably worse than in No. veimber, the date of last report, and grow. lng worse each month. Some revival la sugar and tobacco prices due to expecta tion of tariff law. The interests of Fill. pinos in sugar and tobacco extensive and failure of hill will be a blow to the face of those interests. Number of tobacco factories will have to close and many sugar haciendas will be put up for sale at a sacrifice if the bill does not pass. Customs receipts have fallen off this month one-third, showing decrease of pur chasing power of the islands. General business stagnant. All political parties, BOWN REFUSES TO ACCEPT A BANQHUET SAYS HE IS TO BE REGARDED AS A FOREIGNER ONLY FOR A WHILE AND SEEKS NO HONORS. iY ASSQcIA1LD PRESS. New York, Feb. ..-Herbert W. .,wen, United States minister to Venezuela, has declined to allow citizens of Brooklyn to give a banquet in his honor because, he says, he is to be regarded as a foreigner temporarily. In a letter to the chairman of the committee arranging the banquet, Mr. Bowcn writes among other things: "My position as Venezuelan plenipoten tI.ry is so peculiar that I feel that I must consider myself temporarily a foreigner. 'Ihat is the view taken of me here by the novernnent, and I hope you will present it to my Brooklyn friends, who have been interested in the proposal to honor me with a banquet. I am most happy in hearing that they approve of the work that I have done and, if I retain their confidence until that work is concluded, I shall feel that thry have conferred on me the highest hoor that I could desire." The scratch of a pin may cause the lose of a limb or even death when blood co!. sening results from the injury. All dan. ger of this may be avoided, however, by promptly applying Chamberlain's Pain Lahm. It is an antiseptie and unequalled as a quick healing liniment for cuts. brisiers aed )urlns. F:or sale by Paxson , kockefeller Newbro Urug Co., Christie _ .ys. 'cwt.tu Uros. Including labor unions, most strenuous in petition for tariff bill. Effect o( its fail utre very discoursnging.'" GOVERNOR TAFT. DRUGGED AOITHEN RELIEVED OF COIN SHIPMASTER REPORTS ROBBERY TO 'FRISCO POLICE - ENTERED THROUGH A 'WINDOW. BY AS.OOCIATI.U 'Rl-SS. San Francisco, Feb. s8.-Captain W. Woodus Greene, master of the Japanese liner, Rippon Maru, has reported to the police that he was chloroformed and robbed while asleep in his room in the California hotel. His losses include a gold watch -and chain valued at $so0, and $3S in coiln. The burglar gained entrance to Cap tain Greene's room through the window which opens up on the fire escape. Detec tives are working on the case, but no arrests have yet been made. Are You Hungry ? Does what you eat hurt you ? If you are Bilious or have a Sluggish or Disordered Liver, or have Indigestion, you can be set right by using Beecham's Pills Sold EverIwht:e. In boxesl lc. a':t ~c. LATEST MINING NEWS IS TO MINE DEEPER Abbey Cyanide Gold Min ing and Milling Com pany Are Busy. BPElAl. TO'r TITE INTr.a MoIN4I'J V. Kendall. Feb. 28.-The Abbey Cyanide Gold Mining & Milling company, whose property is north of the Barnes-King group, is preparing to do some deeper min ing, and has commenced work on an in cline shaft, through which it is proposed to explore and work the great ore body known to exist on the property. The company has done a good deal of development work, but no great depth has been attained. The work newly conm menced is at a poinlt somle .oo feet north of the main tunnel and other operations on that part of the property. The place selected for the incline shaft if half way down a deep draw. The incline id being well tinmbered and everythilng dune in a workmanlike nanlner. A gasoline hoist will be put in. VWhen the shaft was com menced it was thought 1no ore would be elcoutLntered at a less depth thanl 75 feet, nut at a depth of *3. feet ore similar in appearance to that found in the old work inits has been struck. As it Was only broken into yesterday, its value has not as yet been ascertained. PRECIOUS STONE INDUSTRY United States Geological Survey Man's Interesting Report. In hi prcliminary report of the pre ciouts stone industry for 190o, Mr. G. F. Kunlz of the LUnited States geological sur vey says last year was remarkable for the industry in America in a number of par ticulars. lie notes the finding of a new locality for sapphire in Montana-a new creek, in the bed of whicif sapphire is found associated with gold, as in the Rock Creek region at Yogo gulch, and on the Missouri near Helena; the further de velopment of a new mine of the blue sap phire in Fergus county; and the continued workings of the other two mines in the same state. Mr. Kunz places the production in the United States last year at $318,30oo, as compared with $289,o5o In 901o and $233,. 170o in g9oo. Sapphire $sss,ooo, beryl $4,oo0, emer aid $t,ooo, tourmaline' $15,ooo, peridot $5oo, quarts $12,ooo, quarts, smoky, $J,ooo, rose quartz $zoo, amethyst $S,ooo, go!"i quarts $aoo, amethyst $,oo00, gold quarts, rutilated quarts $too, agate $S,ooo, moss agate $Soo, chrysoprase $ro,ooo, cill ciied wood $7,oo0, rhodolite $s,soo, gar not (pyrope) $r,ooo, amason stone $soo, turquoiso $3o,o0oo, chlorastrolite $4,o00, mesolite $S,ooo, pyrite $3,000, anthracite ornaments $a,ooo, catlinite pipestons $3,000. ,'nu can't alwnys tell where a :ilan is fromt by the record lie leaver on the hotel register. IS ANOTHER DAWSON Circle City, Yukon Terri tory, Highly Spoken of Doings in Alaska. SPY.(IA. TO THES INTER Ot'UNTAIN. Dawson, Y. T., Feb. a8.---The Tanana strike is still attracting great attention, though only meager reports are obtain able. Pedro and Gold creeks are the richest prospected. Gilmnore creek is ex tensively staked, but there is not so much development work as on the other two creeks. A former Dawsonite, writing fronm Cir cle City, says: "1 have been in the new camp. for conme time. It looks to me as if it may be another Dawson." Discovery on Pedro Creek, owned by Felix Pedro, ha, four feet of s-cent dirt. Pedro has fi.e holes to bedrock. No. a above Dis con .ry has six holes down, and eight feet of pay in every one, carrying to cents of dirt to the pan. "l he pay gravel is mostly gray sand, or ,smething like ruby sand, with very little wash gravel. Thirty cents is the bi!:sg,.t pan yet found. No. 6 below Discovery on Pedro has six holes to bedrock and small pay. No. s i,,d Creek has one hole down and eiult feet of 8-cent dirt. The creek is .,,'j feet wide. The right limit on Pedro has good looking benches. They are flat, and it is thuuht sonme pay is on the right limit. l.itle prospecting has been done in the cahmp. Men are staking for miles around, on all creeks. Some men have staked over too claims for themselves and others by power of attorney. All are ,o-;atre claims, I,.0o by 66o feet. The only holes to bedrock are on No. : above on Pedro, six holes, five on discovery, six on No. 6 below and one hole on No. J Gohl creek. THIS VEIN 1S 80 FEET WIDE Sensational Strike in Tintio, Mioh., Mine, Is Reported. SPECIAL TO T11' INTER MOUNTAIN. Salt Lake, Feb. a8.-'.he report of a somewhat sensational strike in the Grand Central mine at Tintic was brought to Salt lake yesterday afternoon by Lafay. ette Holbrook, one of the directors of that corporation. Mr. Holbrook hunted up Senator C. E. Loose, the manager, and last night the latter departed for camp to "take a look" at things. For several weeks the ore has been followed along the strike of the vein, but not until Mr. Holbrook imparted the news to the manager did he realize the magnitude of the vein, wltlch bears a width of about So feet. The news came as a complete surprise to the lpu.blic il general. Much of the ore is vcey rich, ,arrying values is gold, silver, copper and lcad. 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Contracted Doe Sinstiic ?reateut of Waksss Dosing the system with powerful stimu slants and tonics in an elort to restore functional vigor can have but one final re sult-the condition is rendered worse than before. "Weakness" is merely an indica Safety demands an absolutely thor- tion' of a low form of inflammation, is but oughI cure in the least possible time. aggravated by stimulating remedies that We have treated more casecs of con- excite temporary activity. We employ the tractcd disorders than any other doe- only scientific and fully elfective treat tors in the West. Our cures are thor- ment for "Weakness," which eflects a per ough and are accomplished in less time manent cure by restoring the prostrate than other forms of treatment re- glAnds to a sound and healthy state. We quired in producing even doubtful re- obtain complete results in every case we suits. We employ remedies of our treat. own devising and our treatment is equally cflcative in both recent and Painless Sure of varicocele chronlic cases. To attempt to cure varlcnccle by cutting away the affected blood ves Live the Rest of sel is violence. Ve cure varicuccle without surgery and without the use Your Lfea of caustic. Our cures are positive and SL 8 permanent in every instance, and are effected in a few days' time. No pain, no hospital expense and seldom is it This is the title of our free pamphlet. nece sry that the patient be detained Write for it. Consultation free at of- from his business. fice or by mail. Yellek Medical Institute N. 3. oromer of W. Broadway and Moe taea ts.., Butte, JAofitsan MILITARY MEASURE PASSES IN PARIS TERM OF SERVICE MAY BE REDUCED TO TWO YEARS UNDER THE REGIME TO COME, Y AmISOCIATLf PrES,. Paris, Fch. .8.-The senate which has been d.!bating for sevcrral wcks n govern nient nlclaure relduciln the period of :uili tary service to two years, has passed the bill through the irst stage by a vote of 336 to 33. The measure is one of the most important items of the government's legis lative program, and has been strenuously opposed in the senate by the former min inter of war, Geieral Billot. A cabinet council has been held to consider the means of making the deficit in the budget for 1o93, which, owing to the amendments made in the chamber of deputies, amounts to $5,8oo,ooo. Among the measures proposed by Finance Minist.r Bouvier t nmeet expendi. tures was the levying of a tax on petro lce.u, an increase by o'e-tenth of the cus toms duty on certain articles which ore alrcady subject to pgotective duties. Two Deat.hs at Mgaetlan. .. itJl n, y er . .ly lo--'i Iee were two d.jthbs ystcrday from the .lague.