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Planola Was Made so Everyone Could Use the Piano Is It et strange that ANY ONE etould delay investlgatiag as Instru. meat which maker the p:no so useful and Is eapable of givig so much geu oee enjoyment? All visitors are welcome whether eurlesity or an Intention to purchase srompts the vslt. The Planh ean be purchased on monthly payments. Sied only by MONTANA I1USIC CO. cp, North Matn Street AMUSEMENTS SlITTON'S BROADWAY THEATER Dick P. Sutton, Manager. 'Phone as. Seats New on Sale For the return engagement of LDois frederick JAMES DD WARD[ Last Performance Tonight of francesca Da Rimini SuIday Night S"THf TIMPIfST" GRAND OPERA HOUSE Arthur A. Marks, Mgr. Tel., 356. Balance of this Week the Big Comedy Success, "MY PRIEND PROM INDIA" Three nights, commencing Sunday, March a; Sunday matinee, J. Frazer and IH. B. Emery present MISS INEZ PORMAN l..I.. "The Burglar and the Waif" By Charles T. Dazey, author of "In Old Kentucky," and "The Suburban." Elaborate costumes, startling scenic ef fects thrilling fire scene. Prices-a5c, 5oc, 75c; matinee, 25c and soc. Al. Onken UNI0N Manager. TONIGHT FAMILY atO T And every night THEATER this week. Under new manage ment. New scenery. PRICES IS, 2S, 35, 500 The Original and Laughable Burlesque, TWIDDLE-DEE Sunday matinee and every night next week, "The Black Crook." Groe, Chole Alifa at Whit 401 S. Main St. WANTED Solicitors. Call or address Circulator. INTER MOUNTAIN. NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF BANKRUPT. In the District Court of the United States, District of Montana. In the matter of Ernest A. Gustafson, bankrupt: Notice is hereby given that on the 37th day of February, A. D. zgo3, in the above entitled court, Ernst A. Gustafson of Butte, filed his petition for a final dis charge, and that the said court fixed the a3d day of March, A. D. 1so3, at so a. m., at the courtroom of said court, in the city of Butte, Sliver Bow county, Montana, as the time and place for hearing said peti ion, at which time and place all creditors and other persons interested may appear and offer objections, if any they have, why said petition should not be granted and said petitioner discharged. Witness the Honorable Hiram Knowles, judge, and the seal of said court affixed, at Butte, Montana, this a7th day of Febru ary, A. D. 19o3. Attest: GEO. W. SPROULE, Clerk. [Seal.] By T. B. STEPHENS, Deputy Clerk., TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR SALE-Furniture of three rooms for housekeeping must be told at once, Call Saturday or Sunday at s33 West Broadway. House for rent cheap. HE GETS SIXTY DAYS Audrey Wall Sentenced to the County Jail for Alleged Frauds. This morning at to o'clock Judge Knowles passed sentence on Audrey Wall, against whom an indictment was returned by the grand jury, charging himt with tus ing the United States mail for fraudulent purposes. Wall Inserted an advertiscment in the Photo Beacon of Chicago, advertis. ing that he would send certain photo. graphic devices by express,.subject to ex. amination, on receipt of the money to pay for the expressage. lie received the money, but did not deliver the goods. There were three counts to the indict ment, two based on sending letters through the mails on the business charged. The other was founded on his receipt of a let. ter Pontaining money for the goods ail vertised,'and taking the same from the postoffice. Yesterday afternoon he plead ed guilty to the indictment. This morning he was sentenced to 60o days in the Lewis and Clarke county jail and fined $.. The light sentence was given in consideration of the fact that the money had been paid back, and the prisoner's wife in ill. health. UNITED COPPER IS WARNED TO RETIRE PRESIDENT PRO TEM BIGGS OF THE SENATE REQUESTS LOBBYISTS ALL TO GO WAY BACK. SrPECIlAL To ri InNTs MOUNTAIN. Helena, Febo,. a--AJll the L'United ('Cop per lobbyists have not yet gone from tihe lobbies and corridors of she legislature. It so happened that a number of them were on the floor and about the lobbies of the senate this morning. President Pro Tern Riggs had occasion once to demand less noise in the lobby. He followed it up by having the follow ing notice given out: "All persons except senators occupy ing this lobby are requested to go into the gallery. This applies to professional lobbyists. Signed, ""W. M. BIG(;S, President Pro Teom." Although this was a josh it was convi cal to see the rapidity with which the United Copper following retired. ELIZABETH LEE SECURES A DECREE OF DIVORCE Tells Clancy How Her Husband Left Her Without Cause, and With a Small Child to Take Care Of. Elizabeth Lee, who, after about four years of married life, found herself a de serted wife with a young child on her hands, was granted a divorce from Michael J. Lee in Judge Clancy's court this morn ing. The woman, who, since her husband levanted, has had a hard struggle to sup port herself and babe, told the court that there was no reason for her husband's leaving her that she knew of; that she had been a true and faithful wife to him. The present whereabouts of the husband is unknown and service upon hint was had by publication. The couple were married in this city in January, 1898. The husband "skipped" a year ago last January. The mother was awarded the custody of the minor child, TO TAKE MULLINS DEPOSITION Attorneys for Boston & Montana Will Ap pear Before Notary Little. The attorneys for the Boston & Montana company have notified the attorneys for Patrick Mullins, who is suing the corpor ation for an injunction, that they will, on March so next, before Notary Charles H. Little, take the deposition of Mullins, the plaintiff, and that the same will be used by the company in contesting Mullins' mo tion for an injunction. MRS. GEORGE WILDS DEAD She Was a Sister of a Well-Known Missoula Lady. SPECIAl. TO TILE INTER ,IMOUNTAIN. Missoula, Feb. a8.--News has been received from Wickliffe,; Ky., of the death there of Mrs. George Wilds, sister of Mrs. R. M. Rutherford of this city, and a former resident of Missoula. She removed to Kentucky with her hus band about two years ago. ABOUT BUTTE Orton Bros. Planes and organs. Sherman & Reed would be pleased to ex plain the merits of the Harrison Mutual Burial association. Marriage licenses have been issued for Granville T. Hult of Salt Lake City and Pearl Hay Dunlap of Butte; John II. \Vil. son and Lina Hooky, both of Butte. Dan Calder, the tailor, has moved to his new store, 310 North Main, and would be pleased to have all this old cus tomers call, Lippencott & Darrow. s66 Pennsylvania block. J. G. Bates, tuner, Montana Music con pany. -No II9 North Main. The March Munsey, Ladies' Home Journal, Woman's home Companion, Success, Physical Culture, Strand Cosmopolitan, Recreation, Century, Harpers and all the March magazines and leading American papers today at the 1'. O. News Stand, No. 57 West t'ark. WANT STATEMENT CORRECTED. To the Editor of the Inter Mountain: As members and officeri of the order of the Knights of Columbus, we contra dict the statements made in the last two issues of the Miner, to the effect that the delay of that paper in publishing the me morial in honor of the late-lamented Will. lam Horgan was due to any action of Prof. P. A. Leamy. We were present and saw Prof. Leamy turn the resolutions over to the council before the reporter of the Miner requested the resolutions of him. JOSEPH V. FLAHERTY, T. V, DOHERTY. WEDDED BUTTE GIRL Salt Lake Man Married to Miss Pearl May Dunlap of This City. Granville T. Iiolt, who is connected withl the accounting depaIrtment of the Oregon Short line Railroad conmpatvi t Salt Lake City. arrived in Butte this morn ing, and when he returns to the \Mor n metropolis hI will take with hint asns wife one of Butte's fair daughters. TI, bride is Pearl May Dunlap. daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Dunlap. Cupid Farrell of the district court cle office issued the license for the marri,, this forenoon. The marriage was perfuor . this afternoon, and this evening the coth will depart on a bridal tour through l East, after which they will return to Salt Lake City. GODFREY'S BLOWOIT Chief Clerk of the House Is to Entertain Law Makers Tonight. PFt'IAI. TO lItu INIE t MOt'TS I YT . Hlelena, Feb. .~.-This, unlike the Sat urdays that have gone, is a working day with the legislature. Both houses were busy this morning patsing bill., atnd both this afternoon are wading in hills up to the neck. all in the final stages of passage. Few of the members will go home oyer Sunday. save those from Iear by coufn ties who may be able to get out ont the tight trains. 'Most of the republicans are to stay right on the gromnd, for Nathan I;odfrey, chief clerk of the house, is1il give a ban quet to his republican friends at the t;ralndon tonight. The house cotmmittee on appropriation.. after much deliberation, has decided that tihe amount of money it allowed the school of mines and the state university in the general appropriation bill was entirely ton small. It will bring in a report tlhi afternoon or Monday, accompanlied by a supplemental bill bringing the amounts for these two institutions up at least to the figures recommended by the governor. ENTERTAINMENTS FOR FAMINE FUND MONDAY Auditorium and Renshaw Will Present a Gala Appearance-Program for the Grand Concert. If the Auditorium and. Reoshal v hall don't present gay appearances Mondlay night it won't he because the committee in charge of the arrangements for the famine fund entertainment haven't worked. hard. The Auditorium will be elaborately decorated with the flags of all nations and will be otherwise gayly attired.. 'At' Rentshaw hall the grand march ill begin promptly at 9 o'clock. The following is the complete program for the grand concert: PART I. (a) Overture from "The Calif of Bagdad" ....... ..........Boicldieu (b) Introduction and prayer from "Rienzie" ...... ......W..agner Bergstrom's augmented orchestra, under direction of Otto A. Olson. "IHoer oss Svea" ........... Wennerberg Scandinavian Glee Club. Cello solos (a) "Air Pathetic" ...........Stevenson (b) "Wiegenlied" ......,...... Schubprt (c) "Gavotte" .. ...... ....loper R. II. Ballard. Mezzo Soprano solo -"Carina" ......l'orry Mrs. C. W. Pope. Five minutes' intermission. PART II. Overture from "William Tell"...Rossini Boston & Montana band, Director, Samuel Treloar. Soprano solo-Aria from "Lucia de Lammermoor" ...... ...... Donizetti Mrs. G. G. Oral McFarland. Piano solo-"Valse" ..,......Moszkowski Mrs. Elsa Macl'herson. "Der Wa\\'ld" ... .............IIneser Butte Liederkranz,. Second trio--Adagio, Allegro, Mod erato ......... ............ (;oddia rd Mrs. Macl'Pherson, Messrs. Olson and Ballard. Accompanist-Mrs. O. II. Bergstrom. TO ADOPT THE WALKER BABY Home Will Be Found for Child Whom Parents Cannot Support. The fate of the little Walker baby, the infant which has been a charitable charge most of the time since its birth five months ago, is settled. 'tIhe child, which is the offspring of Joseph Walker and his child-wife, will be adopted into the home of Mrs. P. J. Williford of 19% 'last Platinumn street. The parents and Mrs. Williford met in the county attorney's office, and there the parents agreed to renounce all claim to the child in favor of Mrs. Williford. In the forenoon yesterday the mother of Mrs. Walker seemed disposed to interpose some objections, but these were overruled. The matter will come up before Judge Clancy. The parents will then renounce all claim to the babe and formal adopti(h papers will be issued to Mrs. Williford. THREE KILLED; MANY INJURED (Continued from Page One.) for a considerable distance. The con struction of the road at this point was very difficult engineering and it Is the most unfortunate place for a wreck. Just before Engineer Bibb died a physi. clan endeavored to have hiln drink a little whisky in tile hope of extending his life as long as possible. The engineer refused it, saying: "I have never touched it yet, and don't expect to begin to drink it now." Continulnj, he said: "I am going to die, so go and look after the women and children in the coaches." He expired a few minutes later, St. Thomas, p. W. 1., Feb. aS.-A sight earthquake shock was felt in the Island of Dominica, D. W. I., Thursday morning and during the afternoon a *harp sggk was experienced. GRIP, COLDS, CATARRKH Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey Cures Grip, Colds, Catarrh, Consumption, Malaria, Bronchitis, Asthma and All Diseases of tke Throat and Lungs. ;Grip is an infectious disease which at. tacks weak and strong alike, especially it the blood is sluggish, and generally in. volving the mucous membrane of the air passagte from the nostrtls down to and ncluding the lungs. Serious complira tions are liable to develop II the course of the disease, as grip settles in the weak est part of the system, onmertnmes the kid ineys. the brain. the stomach or the hearth resultilg often ini heart tailure. btit the most dreaded of all is wheii it settles in the lungs. ('onstuplin1 is sotre to nfllow and certain death if prompt action is not taken and Dutly's Pure M.ilt \\lhskey ad miniistered. ,CURED The fatalities resulting fromn this dis ease within the past few years have sua Aciently aroused doctors to the importance gf giving the disease the closest investiga tion. I)uffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is the only absolute cure for grip, influturl,. asthma. brotichitis, catarrtl, .otisuimiptiol and all diseases of the thrust and lungs; it pre vents complications and had alter etlets that grip so often leaves in the system. )olly's Pure Malt HL hiikey not onlty kills the germs, but It stimulates the blood, aids digestion and tones the action of the heart. The vo.luntary testimony received from thousands of our gratetil patients us proof positive that Pluffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is the greatest known remedy for the |pip and all diseases of the throat and lungl and all wastingl diseases from whatever causes. Doctors, ministers, publil speak ers and a number of the leading temper - ance women praise l)ulty a Pure a lMlt Whiskey for the great good it has ac complished in saviing lives. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey Dr. Willard II. Morse, the eminent prac titioner and worl-lresinwned therapeutist. after careful study of grip an all Its stages, says: "Dulty's Pure Malt \V11htI key is the only absolute cure for the grip; it builds tup the system and enables it to throw oft the grip germs and prevents bad after-effects, because it as chemically pure and contains great mnedicinal properties. PREVENTED ORIP Burlington, Vt., Jan. at, Igot. Gentlemen-I consider at no more than your due to tell you that the use of your whiskey has prevented me from having the dread disease, the grip, this winter. Everybody else on my street has had It. I am not over and above healthy, and was afraid I might be taken down with the grip; but I took a moderate amount ot Duffy's Malt Whiskey each day andl ever enjoyed better health in my life. My wife has also derived much benefit from Its use. Truly yours, A. A. YOUtJN,, ?tlgr. Young's Information Agency. CONSUMPTION CURED Sirs-After being given up by several of our best physicians, having throat and •nmg trouble, and pronounced a case of Incurable consampaton. my sister started MORNING SESSIONS IN HOUSE AND SENATE IHelena, Ihl,. 2H4.- At the llorlnig 'es sion of the hlouse today lhouse HItll 51, the anti fusion bill preveIltig the app'ar ollce of hit onIIe ntlll on thIe o1I ,al halltt was pas.sed, 45 to 20. AllenI, 5 ,ll. N1. 264, providing for the pay l 'nt of .;l.mis to county olh 'ertis to wH oti i tertlhi.lIt s lit eloction htave been issueid and who :it performling the duties, owing to th(e pll dency of a conltest, also wias passed. I Ierlli bills piassed by tIlhe holus' this ,lorllll ,ill third readinlg were a;s fllows : Substitute for l uil).e lIll :71 I .v itig the state tax otr the lnext two years. Hlouse Hill No. 57- -tlleltiniig that It applications for Inueipal tratil-iiir, Ibe sulbnitted to a vote iof the peoplI . loutise Hill No. -'7- Stttiig :palIt a room in the state capllitol or string I,. A. It, anrlives. llouse Hill No. :625 Itr til I Ih, Ir protection of und,lIrgroilId nIn'er~, I1111 itintg the speed ot shal t ;,ages ail s.lil.ar provisionts. Ilouse Bill No, No Lotpuiltsiury attend anice of school chhlreln', rertlltllr.g ttendlll ance at the full sssonll of schtltl e.;lch year. Il llse Hill No. I,9 --- l t'rllnitllUg S ll. -great seal of the state to lie laffixed toI Monltana t.llatlllauttllred IIlrodluct., Substitute for ilousle Hill No. I16 The meat and milk itspectcor act. Substitute for Ilotuse Ilills Noi . ioi and t6--The new Ilouiity acts, reducingl the bounty on pups to $.1. Substitute for Ilouse flill No. 7 Adll flitting wives of inmatles of the soldiers' home to the home. Substitute for lloul.e Bill No. 3 Pro viding that a penitentiary guard shall con,, vey convicted prisoners to the penitenl tiary instead of sherilffs perforling this duty. liouse Joint Resolution No. - IFor a convention of tmiinlig stlates to agree upoin a unifonrm systenm of mine signlals. Senate Bill No. 46--Providiing the ImanI ner of reviewing chattel mlortgages. Senate Hill No. 9-- C'reating the office of state entomlologist. New measures were illtroduced this morning by unanimous consent as follows: House Joint Resolution No. 4, by Miller --Providing that typewriters now itn uIse by tie legislature le sold at tile end iof the session for the benefit of the soldiers' home. House Hill No. 344, by lalropriatilons committee---To provide for insulring tlhe state capitol. House Bill No. 345, by l.idertnlan Defining the duties of peace officers, The house sent back to tile jitdiciary coimmittece for inlVestigation Ilouse BHill No. 185, which provildes tha l e state shall competnslate owiners of animthals dIe stroyed by the state veterillarian. It also seut back Hlouise Bill No, T7s, which provided tlhat a refulnd of $1,414 taxes be made to Custer colunty. A con titutional provision prollibits such re funds. For a time this mlorning it looked as if Allen's b'ill cutting the French (Gtlrh strip off Silver Bow county and anlttexing it to Deer lodge county would die, blut it was reverted by strenuous effort. The comntiittee on towns and counties reported recommending utnaotimously that the bill be indefinitely Ipostponed. Allel had come over from the house to .atc'h 7 . .at the tue (L your l'ur .lMalt Whlakey. She hlas takrei three bottles, anc is so much ampreverl n strenlth that we are all tel ing quite hopeful. ,lr.. IllI . SiAUtI., ( harloltte. Mlich. Nov. 3. i.os. ORIP CURED AT SEVENTY (Geitl ou n L lake pleasure inl nflorim iljug you that I have been cured of a se a' f RI tll pl(o gr ",s of hi llir.l'tir(. ;a1nl hr II. lly fa ill1d w42ht. h14 e lit' i l d this. .eS,.4ttr I ( Il l'y 'i11e to his al l si;stL1ance, h wIiv er, .4ndl 14,%1,44 llih t ihi' r porj. t of the 4 I.,iltl l t.e" t11' tr 4s a ill Ihtr t il l Ih h ill r 'oll "lldv'll d it,,,,mend,, d for pwi,...p,. .Ill-, .mot, I Ire val'ed aly i h, bcill c now l:llr, n penIlllll :l ,I 11(de . '1 he foi lowll.tw hill, w( rl past ,l on 11I llI h.satc il .1 ., 6.4. i rohrte ,'hle lion of1 I'lr" cls rs of free co ntlly highll scholI.. Sllone l:ll No. .:. 1ll'he h tnlaue so4 .i ly bill , .;st illng t Jhe 1- ; ll b rllau o1 i 2, hl All thi' bhil l sllw o li I,'< i, . l ,m ive u p preval I, h nl u l" , a law. IHoA4 , Iill Si, 2 :1t I. I ,ti4g to the' 2 ' .sl4nk i4 i.t )lllily and dthrl 4. lon. iulndl. S44il4ate l ill No,. 5 ItI re.rd to trhe l 'pproprilin of D water i nstr. its, in whit h right2' h ltave bee n ' i a 1djudi2c'at ed. Sen:,t,' Bill No. It - .1ah n's bill dehfin ing the piI/ e and d ill i4'4 oil totlstoe's of Strati (till No. (iof rorisn g the mtan n41r of filling ve ;a s ies in mull n ici l a 'of fie(,. 'I he hbol'..1' ;lnlm'l4ml2 n'l1t to 'lSenate Hill No. I_, relative t. f..es of jurors 4and wit nest. were conu. rred inl. K Innld)>'s Senate It Ill No. /I, the leolglhy irilting Ieill 'he itrod, ue('d duri*nig the' hliuter la-t week, was' killed by cli44 42it4 ' post pain no nt. 'il'e following bll, w.ere introl1uc1e'd: S nat,' hill No, 4o5, 'by J1u iciary 412ul ill24 14 Providing Ithat iany 44 i'42pan2 y do ing a art tly bu llol' n in, the state 2a 44st ,hal'e a capita' l .t-,.k oif $4t . 4o,40. Senate hill No. o.6, by I11olmai--u Hi ating to4 bu4ildilng and loanl al~.'i tion. S4422at4,' Ill No,. 17, by 4rigg, '.- To pre venlt herdig sl h . olp witihin two miles of 4' it 'e '. For thei first timer thi year ti2he enlita( hehl a Salturday aftern4oon ,r'.'ion, beginl' ilng at . o'clock. Its work w;i.s chiefly ii C(ollMl,2itt'e lf Ih4e whl' e,. Tendency of the Times. The tendency of medical science Is toward p4ieventive measures. The best thoulIht of the world is being given to the subject. It is easier and better to prevent than to cure. It has been fully demon. strated that ineumonia, one of the most dangerous diseases that medical men have to contend with, can be prevented by the use of Chanmberlaiin's Cough Remedy. pneumnonia always results from a cold or fromi an attack of influenza (grip), and it has been observed that this remedy coun teracts any tendency of these diseases toward pneumonia. This has been fully proved in many thousanlds of cases in which this remedy has been used during thle great prevalence of colds and grip in recent years, and can be relied upon with implicit confidence. Pncumonia often re sults from a slighlt cold when no danger is aplprehended until it is suddenly discovered tha4t there is fever and difficulty in breath ing aind pains in the chest; then it is announced that the patient has pneumonia. lIe on the safe side and take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as soon as the cold is con tracted, It always cures. For sale by Paxson & Hockefeller, Newbro Drug Co., Christie & l.eys, Newton Bros. To Dismiss Suit. An agreem.nt signed b'y M. l.ipschut. tiled in the district court this morning, s.tipulates in consideration of $17 to dis miss an action pending in the district court to recover fronm C. Turner $5go, alleged to be due for one suit of clothes. vere attack at gItip by ulstaig your t)unfy'S Pure Malt Whiskey. My age Is 7o years. Mrs. I:I.II.A II. I rAM, 711 Cherry St., Reading, Pa.. Dier. it, tiag. CURIED THRIl3! GRIP VICTIMS CGentlemen My lamily had "l.a rlllpe." I pulled three of thnem through with I)ulb fy ' Pure Malt Whlnkey and milk. WII.I.I.AM II. YAI'I·t. ltochemter, Mich., Nov. 1, r'ia. ('ATI ION. %'When yotu ask for liatly's Pure Malt .,hiiskey re sulre you get the genuine. inacrlupulous dIealers, Ittidfiul of the erxellience of this preplaratlln, will try to sell you theap lmltatiolna, anda so called Malt Whiskey uhbstitultes, which are put on the malcket for pir uit only, and which, far from relieving tIhe sick, are positively harmnfl. )Demandrl ")ulty's" anl be sure yoau glet it. It Is the only alb solutely ppure malt whiskey whicah cun* taint medalnai, I.l hIealth-giviuig 4alit iee. look for the tiadellleaik, "he ()ld , lhem it," onil the label. It is the only whiskey racgnltzedl by, the goivernmenllt as a medicine. I hi is a guarantee. The genuine at all drugglelt and grocers, or direct, $ .oo a hottlg. Medical booklet free. i)utly Malt Whae key Comnpany, Rochester, N. Y. For $3.40 we ship ina plain hbox to any loint onf the a saili,,a., in Mun ta;ul or Ilah,. ex pres prepald. 4 Iull pllast1. of lilack (.f._týi1(avr,i whisky. l'ry ,V tdAZ it. If yiiou d,'t l l n du1 it a ll r ig h t selld it lark ,t iua expenl.e. amII youtr $1.4') will he ltllturned to you Ib lnex' t ail. NlI.\W lltf IJlit',; fn , In,/ N. \.fain Stlrit, Ilm t. L.arg est liri liah let ii lhe Stl e'. MUSICAL Recitals by Mrs. McPherson. The' hrst of the Irc ture rcritals. to he giv.en by Mrs. 1I.la McPlherson eflfior the iatsic dIplartfmilit ',f the \Voinan's chlb will take place oa the 5itl of March. The '.flji t will Ibe '"I hle D)evelop .jiiat of l'uly pilly I'p to the Seveteienth Ce(ntlry." IMr. McI'hersrf will illustrate her |ec ture by s.hlit ti nfs on the pianio anil she will ,e assisteld by able nitsicians, whosei lmf f hiave lot yet bren male plublic. 'ihese lecture recitals are arousing imuch interest and they promise to be a great aUccC5a. Sacred Concert at St. Patrick's. The sacred concert g4ivlen at St. PuIt. rit k's church lalst Saturday night was a siti esi in all respectsi . Ili hbest aauasical talenlt olf I.i lte anld of Anailo;('balai wais se curtld a;nl the nallnalligelfeltll was in the lb(st tl blainds. Th'Je object of the caoncert was t, raise mlloney to pay (for the new altar rail that is now in course of con strut'tion in the liast. 'I ihs the double attraction of excellent music and a worthy cause brouglht forth a goodly crowd. The many numbers were well rendered r and apprecifatively receive:d. The programl was as follows: Quatlrtet-(a) "The Arrow and the Song" ... ...... ........... Ritter (bI "Night lla sa Thousand IEyes" .......... ............J. F. Nevin Miss Scott, Misr linnegan, Mrs. Fer rrll and Mrs. Fitz-llutler. Solo- -"The Hloly City" (;eorge Pender. I(ass solo-"Patria" ........reito Mattel Mr. Max Krueger. Solo-- Selected Mrs. II. F. Collins. Quartet-"Tl'his Is the Lord's Own Day" ......... ..........C. Krcitzer Messrs. Sully, Fitz-Butler, Calloway and Stephens. Soprano solo-"Ave Maria" ......Gounod Mrs. Charles Pope, Chorus-"Jerusalem" .............Gounod St. Patrick's Choir. Bass solo--"Ecce Deus" ..........Handl Mr. F. Sully. Soprano solo,-"Palm Branches"....Faure Mrs. Ignatius l)onnelly. Soprano solo--"For All Eternit: ".. .................. Angelo Macheroal Mrs. Fitz-Butler. Quartet-"Ave Maria" ......C. Fitzhugh Messrs. Sully, Fitz-Butler, Stephens and Calloway. Soprano solo-"These Are They Who Camlie" (from "Holy City")....A. Gaul Mrs. W. C. Dierks. ()rgan solo-(a) "Offertorlo" ......Batlis (b) "Fantasia" ................Tours Mr. Vernon Edward Matlack.