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Blood Stone Is the blrthtstee for Marsh For a birthday gift nothinl Is more appropriate than a ring. We have solid gold birthstone rings for Misses and Ladies, from $1.50 to $5.00 In Gents', solid gold, from $3.00 to $8.00 Our Optical Department is now in charge of a competent optician. II your eyesight is failing, consult him. No charge for examination. Our prices are very reasonable for properly fitted glasses. Satisfactioq guaranteed. Towle &Winterhalter Jewelers mad Opticians 1iWest Park St., Sutte, Meat. Books-Cheap- Books Copyrighted Books At Reduced Prices Big Biscmst for a Few Bays OIly See our prices.: Ofce Stationery, Typewriter Supplies, Fine Stationery, Fancy Goods. EVANS' BOOK STORE 114 N. MAIN ST. All Whiskies At WALKER'S are I)oublo Stamp Gout's GLENMORE $3.50 Per Gal. PRANK WALKER'S LIQUJOR HOUSE 12 W. Park Street " " a Burte txpert Embalming PAINSTAKING frusral Directors THE MONTANA UNDERTAKING CO. Tnoo. Lavelleo. Prop. Shoe. Sullivan, Mgr. 125 E. Park, Phone BROWN Still Is town extracting teeth without gl. Ponely Ba~l* tlmlr Block, now p.rman* ontly located in SHODAIR BLOCK. Richards THE BUTTE UNDERTAKER I t4llt4al Ur.nertlkser and Imbalmer 140W. Fa Ste , ettS. PIe. r 0i . II Sis Million Dollars Spent by the U.P.R. R. Co. In improving what was originally the Baest track In the West. RBULT A comparatively straight and lever roadbed ballasted with dustless Sher. man granite, rendering possible the highest rate of speed, together with the greatest degree of safety. The magnitude of the work must be soee to be appreciated. WHAT DOES 1" MEAN? -olid comfort, security and pleasure to our patrons. ARE YOU GOING EAST? If so, you cannot alord to so via any other than this ROYAL HIGHWAY. Further information on application percsnally or by letter to H. O. WILSON, O. S. L., Butte, Montana. DR.. T. G. HEINE Speot.lfsot E;e , Ear, Nose and Throat Diseases of men and women. Office so4 and ros Pennselvanil block, W. Park street. Offle tel., 899, . Residence 6s6 S. M:ntans street. 'Phone 7lsM. KEMMERER COAL SOLD BY OITIZWNSl' QO1L CO, NO. 4 EAST BROADWAY. Honorary graduate of the Ontario VYees inary College of Toronto, Canada. Treat all diseases of domestigated animals ae. enrding to solentifd prineiples Ofle at Iarlow's stables, 304 South Main street. Telephone apr. All eue promb II attended to. MISFORTUNES OF A PORTUGESE III-Luck Followed Joe Antone After Coming to the United States. SAVED HIS MONEY ONLY TO BE ROBBED Worked Over a Year as a Section Hand on the Great Northern Railroad and Now Seeks Admission to the Poor Farm-Was Held Up by a Couple of Women-Unfit to Work Now. Alone in a strange land, friendless and robbed of all his possessions, Joe Antone walks Butte's streets sulTering for want of foo'l. Helpless from injuries receiveJ in a railway accident, he is unfit to work. Unable to gain admission to the poor house and too proud to beg, he is with otut even a place to sleep. Misfortune followed Antolne for two years with a persistence that has threat ened to overwhelm him. tie camne to America froln Portugal three years ago. There he had worked in a vineyard. Find ing no opportunity to get s.itiliar'iccupa tion in this country, he shipped qt on railroad construttction work. ac .iftted into Hutte two years ago. andfr - that time he has struggled against III l k. Had Siege of Sickness. A little more than a year ago. atter he had recovered from a siege of sickness. he was robbed in this city by a couple of women. They executed as hold a holdup as any highwaytnan ever carrie'd out. Without weapons they overpowered him and took $;S front him. After the cases were disposed of lie left the city. For a little mnore than a year he worked on the Great Northern railway as a sec tion hand. Although fairly well educated and able to follow his owln lcupatiolt as a nulrsrvllan, his lack of a:eluaint ance with A.merican ways awlll with the Englishi language foreed hiit to labor with a pick and shovel. In this way he loan;tagerd to make a living until at Belt recently he was again overtaken Iby mtis fortulne. Int a railroad wreck at that pIoinlt Antone was aloltnli the injured. A badly smashed foot kept lhin in the hospital for a time. Then lie cattle to Butte with the few dol lars Ihe had managed to keep. lie had no sooner stepped on the station platform than he was again caught by fate. Thieves stole his baggage. Everything he owned excepting the clothes on his back was taken. Even his .etters and papers vanished. hiis font began to give him moire trouble and he was confined to nis bed tor a tittle. When he got tip he was weak ar.d crip pled. In this miserable condition he tried again to find work. Ilhere was nothing open for him. It was hard enough for able-bodie.. men to get employnment. Then he asked the county for aid. "The commissioners would not send rme to the poorhouse." said he. "They all told ime to come to the city." With these directions he cam to the city jail this morning. lie wanted a chance to go to the county farm, and as this rests with the county atuthorities noth ing could be done for him. City Jailer Sol L.evy was touched with the mtan's story. andllcl took him to a down town restaurant. It was his tirst food for 24 hours. l'henll Ie will get another meal he does not know. "I know tnobody. an:ttd nnhly w ill help me," said he. as he left the city , . ABOUT BUTTE Orton Bros. P'ianos anid urgans. It is the universal agreeme:nt by our citizens that the introduction of the liar riseon .Mutuqi Burial association to Butte is a godsend. It is a benefactor and so mild in expense as to come within reach of all. Sce their solicitors, or Sherman & Reed. Judge Hlarney today announced that, be ginning immediately, the non-jury cases on his calendar woulld be taken up. The first of these cases will come up Monday. J. G. Sanders received word today of the death in Helena of his brother, Bev erly Sanders, and will leave for the cap ital tonight. Marriage licenselh were issued today: Alexander Stolh and Ella Oleson of Butte and Wilkinson Smith and Brunetta Baker of Butte. Before Justice l.ibby this afternoon John Sullivan and John Mooney will be tried on a charge of as.aunlt in the third degree. Before Justice t :;lli.an M. M. Oslowich will be tried on a charge of petit larceny, and before Justice Slheillan William Nagle will be charged for grand larceny. . Lippencott & Darrow, s66 Pennsylvania block. Alex Mackel, Attornty, toR l'ennsylva. nia bldg. All persons having busin..s to transact with the California Powder W\orks will please apply to C. II. Ring, care M.ontana Hardware company, West Park. J. G. Bates, tuner, Montana Music com pany. No z19 North Main. A meeting of the Florence Crittenton circle :l11 be held at the residence of Mrs. M. E. Tower, No. 631 Placer street, Mon day, March t6, at a :30 p.- i., to which all interested in the work are invited to be present. The young people of the Walkerville Methodist church will entertain their friends on next Monday night with an en tertainment and social at the church. Before You Go To the springs or on a trip, supply your self with some good reading matter. You can get most anything you want it, pa pers, books, magazines, etc., at The P. (). News Stand, 57 West Park street. Ix amniner agency. 'Phone, toopB. llennessy's millinery opening Monday. FARMERS' INSTITUTE NOW ON AT DILLON Men Who Raise Crops In Beaverhead County Meet in Convention Attendance Good. SPECIAL. TO THE INTRS UOUNTAIN. Dillon, March s4.-The meeting of the Farmers' institute of this county, which was postponed from last Saturday, was resumed at the courthouse today. There was a good attendance of farmers and others and the program previously an. nounced was carried out. Latest Spring Styles . "' Banister's Fine Knox Hats Shoes Are Now Ready ' Best for Men Boys' elothing Women's Hosiery On Hennessy's Second Floor In Hennessy's Notion Dept. Regular s$5 Suits Three for Fifty Bents For 2 9 0 ' l"ennessy' Special," a line of F women' hosiery we thoroughly recommend. Mlade of tine dlaco Boys' two-piece knee pant suits cotton, nl)hsiutely seniIless and of tine nll-wool cheviot, in black fast black, with spliced heels, S1only; double-breasted coats with double sole ant ribled tops. line mercorized linings, plttent Sizes sc to 10. Our 25c leader, I,.nd and stayed wlnml, colrrect in going this lridty and Maturday tI lit and fashion; sizes, S to t15.h' ir o 5. t."".... n -- Regular $..oo suits for o$2 .. W atch Hennessy's W indows Sailor Suits Boys' Suits Women's Hosiery Children's Hosiery Fine sailor tlnousae snits of dark ,lel.. RIy' ' two piece knee p..t .oils of (111,1 1,.,i. pla Il.1.wk ot ,ei hoie, 1,e paIr irs tn ' .el1 girls' ruihhell c't all wool serge for little fellows. Full hr;: ly all s1a, cheviot. icn dark hro n f asl it color .41l t. id l -ll . I.t l.lr i:c n hor. f;alt hl.wk a ml an t;illra. s tod sized blouste and collar and .ilk manoe- ah1l ray stripes, with gd servi-- ,ualily for iroc p.al. Wiaing oI ,u:alily going tu pairs for pramt. St)lish in appearaunce and per. le' liniigas patent a and am st ll HM p'.ins wi otmen. n h .. 1 ". mnose, :.li. fcCt in fit. Sizes 3 to 8 years. (;ratIl v;aMni. \\ 11 made anl Iiccly tinihed cotton h. o, i .nitall hl.lck. oIh r., witlle -alhues, the best ever sha ln t t th li crie t'. Siz.s 8 to i et a. Itier Cpit ot h.. .ii ac , aI .1 , lat14t ilt t'th a t, m I, ait s Ih '.. 1 and a*t l' heavy aaslttra t li I llr e41 B.ttt, a ti price, only $5.oo a a .it. 14 3i1 vlle% for 1I I . .1ai , i l l ('. llc'Iil ,, fast color, stainr. R( Norfolk sailor suits ..nl.e of line all Boys' Knee Pants In , '" .u. ,r ., '.,", ,e i,", r wool fancy mixtlure(- in brown, gri ,., pa.il s11 ', |llh. I;lrntnl lh and navy and plain color., i.editttm atI \\ II l made of heas, ottlln ItI II. i h , fll (l .II II. I cilh .I .y light Neights. cutt ill tlhe very late .t 'il, y *tripe. ill dark col-tileg, ilth ,Ierini hel.s .11( 41 Il10,, i l.l ll n Ie r t1i l le p ir.ll Ihu ' . nI ill,1' reinl.th Mil tyles: deciderdly illdhy s itsil r lilt ' ta lt let hand: si/ts 4 to 44 te rci. i, t, pti.:!. le g. li ,I, u.aillt) fr . .ti, e ll ' e .l ill hn ' l b a, harrow anl Ieoy- of , to 8 year.. lrit r.. $(.;75 týU I"t "i for :sc pair. k lt .t a . $7.5o and $8.50 suit. Iloy)s kinee pants of fanc ;t ll ; ,I pm fith.e ,1)h1- .,11,.I g.,l ,r, a Ire fin' at.l cheviots, cand .imorci, m adi n1 an 1 1,is lin ]'e 1'14,11,1 Sil lI 4 es ;;e,$1u1 .old .. go at ; l'15c . Boys' N eckw ear hrIa., wcilglht dark atilt ' s ;.I Il rte 'kI i.11it Ihl..k, h ,ll . . sA 41i 4t, 11111 4 ..till patent lhandls and " ,,t~tya ,d .,1.1,,1 . bh . .ILh .htt ly 1.1,1 cI ¢,, .11 1 .la n ·,1 4 paiil.. I, .' wilI gill.s' ,'a·li a The latest styli's antd nlw.et efTec!- it(,s .I to ISgular u (.;u. ;'51 t ph1(.c sr Is Ie. lr.,. II 14 I.tIy .lt t light1 fright, in four-in-hands, ta ckt . ows, st'ri, S~, pair. for $id,,. all aie.. 1 .gtlar .15k r talhry fur .1)" lies, Willndsor and aintd I r hIows T'l ltoya' knere pnt made of fi1e all ,c, et, .on lin' i '.nl .I1.1 pair. best possible values at :Se and J5' t' re a .r rralte i, m ledSium dark ;an daIk 1Fre. h I.ahmlre ,,., 1., f it 1 inantI' elr l cashmere wool each. 'colorings in the net"w t of c he 'ks ;ti liu .gst . i. t t.n i .1N1,, m is, % r.l ,lorkings, " ugh hidel" harn ill pink, trintg your Loss to ile sy's s Irip ,; corrcll) lt, well m , I lk lit.te . Ithe I.1I t,,l li Mlel'te'r h ,erewI, ti ,ilhlilc, :aid Mark with silk oel(n floor and re Iow ao ll I ' can sutl fiil"ig garments. ia s , to a ) r, 1k. \\, h tI $. .5, ',iI'' at heels Iill it, . \II /e, trom 4 )to 6; th itt. O nly $1.51 pair. 4 ; l,.ir. Ipu e only 5' l ,,i1. Shoe Bargains for Today Every Member of Your Family Suited and Satisfied. Dollars saved by dealing at Ilentiessy's. .\ trttislnt knownii to nlitny. 1 I. I wlllOel's .hlts, for iitt1n',c(l. ou'r *:1:.,11 111tlI $:. , . shoesI, ritIe better than any others at samle pri'e. ''hese new styles for .plring tare distinctivcely high (lltt-', all of Ihel I,'est I'nth'Ilrs, fitul'tlessly fashioned to fit the feet, and n..terialle . ra workmnlnship unexclhled. I:v('rytlhig lith's goodI itll 'l,'s i I hwt,,lwst ltr'ict's. Shop Early. We're as Busy as Nallers Saturday Afternoons and Evenings Women's Shoes Hennessy's $3 Special Children's Shoes fen's Shees .Chrome kid shoes laced t le pa. The h .t sh ' for womenr evetr male \,nrg e, 1 I..' li hall sh ,s i"f .t"" ,.ir 1,, I I ns u ein maile ent tips, McKay fl.xible sI r.. all -ii e . a;t ithe price. 'I h y are. atylish., m1 l iil, ll kell h top. I .i .1 'h I . h, , lo n .411 .,.a h 11gula kid, Otly t $1.45 p.air fortnhh., e r wlell ail p rfc lly a.ai.- i. t t(1 , a , I, niv yl. .11 1. l, .lpIan tIIliie'd mlon sl'l dongola kid I14,h1.. lcirdl $ 1',5 1,,r. i, tl. styl) , patent tips, exte iso , factory il f.t and f i. l h i111 . a '- pair " '. I ". "1 E I IvIhl. 111t lhr.ile. All low outsid(e stitching. Kngish wI l. s el r every pair uara IIr erl . I Ihre ill ll (hi '. 'l I , $ , r . his li In of $.1. sh ing heels, sizes .~'r to 8. 'I'oda', silt .ndI aidt l fro I'.. Ii .. 'a l .l a, , i. , . for $c .at ,r Ill, +, I it $ r. 5 pamir. price only $ *.s 5 pair. \ .ci kill . ., 11:iii iili- ., 111 S.0r ' i.w it ,I d hn ,I r.li r It 1 lol style. close and slight ixttt in i ei l ge. ii l n '. high l hi'a" hule i ttn a ll the 4Y,., 11i'. :l . r 'il 4 11 , r p;atenit leather toe calls. All siz, . i ..tl l er. hii, l ls ng idit , ai. i.h.; r koys' S ..hoes each styleh : price $.1,4o pa;ir. :iI ll r illl :I h (.l. ,1 . 11 (1 i. I. , , i I . il. ..a r a r, ilt - . I, I ,I, till (1 ti 1 .111 I heel h1 (l; ,l i4 11,' ,, 11 , , f. 1' 1 f' l r 1i:,i11, I l l .'.114 11,,ll il, (,!1s fly W14onlell's vestint g tilop and du(ll kil $5 o11 for $t. 1IS. I h b ,'illvn|e-c a l l, ".I i , I , . ,.1\ insertion thors, with bright vanlps al ,I 1, ,.i , II ,, . . ,, heel foxings, laced Style, all .itde. Infant's Shoes ,vi,,l,, ,, I . ' .... ,1. i. ,d5 'l.,ir Price $J.4S pair. l fanllt' kid ishoes, 1till. 4 a ' , . , .I hIt, pair 1 till( 4,l atet .', t44 lllllnfo P0 p r R em em b er 1.c4 , s .s . t s. h,, 4,'e .,n . ,, . . , , n.). .,1 a , Li , pair. Mah k .4n1 col,,e,. .i/ ., (l .oi . . A Ii 5' , only $s.- pair. 'The,. prices are for this ridal y atol Ii fa tit' kid shoes. laced I ,. ,tt h 1;oi , ang1 ,I 11 ,5 . ie 1 , t lly hb y' h, ca'll sh ,s, aI S.aturdlay only. Shopl early anld avotl elet tips. turneed sules, .ies I to 6: pair. -1h. sIlriing h,,l ,; ii ei 7 Isq olll lisappointlttent. only 75c pair. I. rything for a hhi l iI . r,,I pur. Wilson Bros' "Bi.Metallic" Shirts for 75c All New Styles, Fresh from the Factory ennessys All sizes, Latest eolorlngs; all $1.50 Values t enneSSyS ANOTHER SCANDAL IN NEW YORK POLICE GENERAL FRANCIS V. GREENB. ANOTHER ADVANCE IN PRICE OF LEAD IT JUMPS 15 CENTS IN PRICE AND IS NOW QUOTED AT $3.90. BY ASSOCIATED IM SS. L.eadville,'Colo., March i4.--The Ameri can Smelting & Refining company an nounced another increase of is cents in the price of lead, m.aking $3.9o the present basis of seetmlent. VB ASSOCIATED P18aSS. New York, March 14.-Police Commis iloner Greene today relieved Inspector Nicholas Brooks of the command of the detective bureau. This was dune, the c'mn,nissioner said, owing to Brooks' ac knowledgment of failure to get evidence against gambling houses. IBrooks retains command of the inspec tion districts of Manhattan and the Ironx. Inspector G. \V. Mc(:lucey was placed in charge of the detective bureau. FEE OF $2,000,000 FOR A LAWYER ATTORNEY FOR PANAMA CANAL COMPANY WILL RECEIVE LARGE COMPENSATION. aY ASS~CIAIEU PsEsS. New York, March 14.-New York law. yers believe, says the Herald, that if the Panama canal treaty is passed by the United States senate, William Nelson (Cromwell of this city will receive the largest fee ever given to a lawyer in this country, if not in the world. The report finds general credence in the \Vall street district that $z,ooo,ooo of the price to be paid by the government for the acquisition of the ditch across the Isthmus *ill go into Mr. Cromwell's pocket. Mr. Cromwell's arrangement with the Panama Canal company is reported to be on the basis of S per cent of the amount realized by the sale. Should Senator Allison serve out the term for which he was recently elected he will hatl broken all records of service in the UliDd States senate, having been a member of that august body since March 4, 1873. He and Senator Jones took their seats at the same tkne and the latter's term would also have been extended six years more had he consented to serve. DISCUSSED THE WEST MINSTER CONFESSION REV. DR. HIENRY VAN DYKIE. BOY BANOITS JAILED Denver, Colo., March 14.--'Fred Wilson. and Carl Remington, both youths of 1,) years, are under arrest on the charge of holding up drug stores in this city. A number of bold robberies of this kind have occurred here, the guilty ones in every in stance being boys anwswering the same de scription making no effort at disguising their features. The arrests were made at Colorado Springs, to which city the boys were traced by detectives. It is said that Wilson has made a full confession. Both Wilson and Remington came to Denver from La Junta, Colo,, where the former was employed as a barber and the latter served as a waiter. Wilson says he came originally from Buffalo, N. Y. Kipling has written a peace poem. 'lhis ls the worst blow the British ministry has received since the war began.-Plhiluadel .hia . qim irer. Dr. Henry Van Dyke Talks of a Matter of Importance to Church People. lBY A.ýi ll d1 U) I'IiS'. , Chlicago, March 14.--At the eighth an Inual dinner of the I'resliyterian Social unioni at the Alitoritum hotel last night I)r. Ilrory Van Ilyke of the Presbyteriaii uIiversity, iunedlirrulotr of thie assIembllJy, talked of the recent action regarding the WVcstimiEstcr confestiln. lie saidl: "it somlle Eua;trters there exists a good deal of misunderstalnding regarding the W\\tetillin ster confessjionl oE faith. We undetlltrtook to warn, li theIl ,,Ii ci infl ,' E, ioftEfusing into it more goi'pel. "A.ithlEr thing we have mal' le is a brief staitemeinl t of Itli( rieformedl fait, ajipproved by the assemblly. It i ill effect :a ew creed. I slh lh like to call it the 'WasIh ingtonl' creedl, since it was compiled in \\ ashington, and I think ju.t as highly of Washington as I do of \W'e~stminster." SNOW SLIDES BURY RAILROAD TRACK AVALANCHES PUT ONE SECTION OF THE RIO GRANDE RAILROAD OUT OF BUSINESS. Denver, March 14:-About to days ago a snowslide on the branch of the Rio Grande, running from Denver to Silverton, buried the tracks below bilverton to the depth of about as feet for zoo yards. Men were put to work and yesterday the cut was reported to be in good condition. Two hours later another slide came down and once more the road is blockaded, and it will be a week more before the danger of the bank's collapsing is removed.