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FROM THE PEN REMITTITUR IN MURDER CASE ARRIVES FROM CAPITAL CITY ORDERINS fIEW TRIAL. Sheriff Quinn will go down to Deer Lodge tonigi.t and bring Llewellyn L. Fdker back from the state prison to the county jail to await a new trial here, Felker having been granted a second trial by the supreme court. Clerk Joseph Vogler of Judge McCler nan's court received the remittitur in the murder case of Felker this morning from the supreme court at Helena. The writ gives the order reversing the sentence and remanding the case for a new trial. Felker was convicted of shooting John V. Cunningham at No. SS West Galena street. Felker was a brother of Cunning ham's wife and the testimony showed IL the trial court that Cunningham had at tempted to stab his wife with a dids and was shot by Fenwer. Cunningham was shot December IS, :too, and the allegations were that a con spiracy existed to keep the husband and wife separated. In the writ served a full statement of the case is given showing that cakes and wine were served before Cunaingham attempted to stab his wife, and that the shooting followed. MISSIONARY WORK What American Tract So ciety Has Done Within the Past Year. Washington, March 6,.-The annual meeting of the American Tract society was held in the Metropolitan Presbyter isa church. Rev. I.uceek pastor. Justice Brewer of the United States supreme court presided. Rev. Judaso Swift. field secretary at New York, gave a brief re Ixrt and Gen. O. U. Howard delivered an eloquent address. The report said the society was organ iced 78 years ago to diffuse knowledge of Christ as the redeemer of sinners by means of the printed page. IDuring the year publications have been issued in c;crman, English. Italian. Span ish, lBohemian, P'olish, Hungarian, Ben gal. Iuhl, Pang and Marshall island, and the number of distinct publicatins reach nearly 9.000, of which over i,.ou are vul unies. The whole number of tracts and periodicals reaches nearly .o., ,ro,'o., which does not inclunde the millions of tracts and volumes issuedl at missionary stations in foreign landsm. The number of periodicals printed and distributed in the past !a months aggregate I,776..oU ; the ttuamber of languages and dialects , IS S. SEVERE ATTACK OF GRIP Cured by One Bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. "When I had an attack of the grip l~at winter (the second one) I actu:ally lured myself with one hottle of (hamnlrlain's Cough Remedy," says Frank W. Perry, editor of the Enterprise. Shortsville, N. Y. "This is the honest truth. I at times kept from coughing myself to pieces by taking a teaspoonful of ttis remedy, and when the coughing spell would come on at night I would take a dose, and it seemed that in the briefest interval the cough would pass off and I would go to sleep perfectly free from cough and its accompanying pains. To say that the remedy acted as a most agreeable surprise is putting it very mildly. I had no idea that it would or could knock out the grip, simply because I had never tried it for such a purpose, but it did, and it seemed with the second attack of cough lao the remedy caused it not only to be of less duration, but the pains were far less severe, and I had not used the contents of one bottle before Mr. Drip had bid me adieu." For sale by t'axson & Rockefel ler, Newbro Drug Co., Christie & l.eys, Newton Bros. Thirty cases of belated straggler., fine sample shoes, bought at 38!, cents onl the dollar, intended for last week's mnammoth shoe sale, arrived today. On sale this week at 38% cents on the dollar. Red Boot Shoe Co. The Earth Trembled. Helena, March 16.-The earth tremtl,led in Helena yesterday. About II o'clock yesterday morning a distinct seismic dis turbance was felt in the Capital City and mtany other parts of the state. Two shocks were felt. MAY E R'S Big Auction and Fire Sale Morning and Afternoon SOUVENIRS GIVEN TO ALL PERSONS ATTENDING 9 19 65 West Park Street NEXT DOOR TO POSTOfflCE IN MEMORY OF MEN PERISHED AT SAMOA Tablet Recently Erected in Honor of American and British Sailors, Who Were Killed in Hurricane. There has been erected in the chapel of the Mare Island (Cal.) navy yard a pathetic remnader of that bloedy bade in Samoa in 1g99 between the wild tribes men on one side and BrWisa end Amer. Ican msater a the oater. On that eoea eion blood certainly proved thicker than water, for Briton a4 Amrtican fought shoulder to shoulder. The Northwest has a particular Inter The Talet to the Memory of the British an4 Amercen Sea. Srs Killed in Samoa Four Years Ago, Recently Brected ik the Chapel at the Mare Island Naeel Station, -st in the incident, for it was a boy fromt the .northwest who was the hero of many hI(roesq of the fight. lie was Ensign John it. Monaghan of Spokane, son of James Monaghan, a banker of that city. The family has many friends in Butte. It will he rentrnthered that I.ieutenant I .l:andale, a fellow oflicer of young Mona t;ghan, in charge of a machine gun, was clut off from his companions. The mech ani-in of the unll jaiumed and the weapon o;i rtndeIrcd worthlcsq. ltritish and Aniltric;nl .sail,,or, w.~re retrcating and the lark-kkinnied tava;c begin to close in on Lan.;ttlale. hnItaghan titrnet and saw Ii, corn rale'" profdicanent. In the l.ce of cer tain death he. ruhil hi ck to Lani dal.'s a;sitallce. 'Th tio Igulht shoulder tu shoulder until ovrcl'poirciedl by the ..,in "ans and killed. . Mun.,ey'- M.,1 arht for .larch contains a picture of the tad'et which hai, D ei errct I in the cha..el at Marc l'lanid anid the, following: it corlmeniorates the d, ath of 1.inti l - ant Lansdale and i iignt Monaghan of the Anlerican navy. L.ieutltnlhnt I' re.nt;anl of the Blritish navy and four Americi;t amt live British sailors and mtarites whu lout their lives in Samoa during the dis turbances of four years ago. It will le remetme red that they were sent ashore LEAPED TO DEATH Despondent Englishman in Ch'cago Makes Des perate Jump. BY AS.-OI'IAl Pi r1Iss. ('hicago, March i(,.-With a chtheline about his neck, the edlle of which was. imadte fast n:ar the window Itedgte, Ihlnry Pike leaped ft.u ;t indow on the third lou,r of a oaltrdini house last nii:ht. The rope with which Pike thouIht to hanut himself broke. but he fell to a sitone ie, walk inl front ut the buildinig and was killed. Pike was an Elgll lishtit. 57 year, oil. lie hadi btteen out of employmtntt and had become despotdent. to defend the settlement of Apia frmo Mataafa's tribesmen, who had the u. port of the Germtas i the.a attack pes the lawfutdy establisbed goveramamt of Malietos. The meassary funds for the rebtke of the memeriai weoe subscriheld I the American and British residents of San Fsnasiace sad tie swenrn, whioe wy is charye of earMdrd mird il, ef the United States navy, took plase in the presence of official representatives of both countries. In his brief speech of dedica. tion, the admiral said: "This tablet, erected to the honor of God and in loving memory of brave Brit ish and American officers and sailors, who fell in action in Samoa, we now for mally unveil. May God bless it to the honor of our country and to the useful purpose of teaching us lessons of patriot ism, even at the sacrifice, if need be, of life itself." The British consul-general also spoke, saying that the memorial "is an outward sign of the spirit which binds the two nations together. It was in Samoa that American' and Britons first fought in a cmlllion cal ; alnd this is the first mon umilent upon Am\eriean soil to the mel ory or men of both nations. It marks I new era of international good will." The tablet, which is of bronze, is ex. tremely simple in design, yet not inartis tic. At the bottom of the shield is a view of the harbor of Apia, with the two men-of-war whosec crews furnished the landing patty that met the insurgents in action--thc American cruiser Philadel plhia and the British gunboat Royalist. In the background are the palm-clad hills of the beautiful, but more or less dis tressful, island that was the scene of the fighting, and in whose soil-now Germaa territory-the fallen sailors were buried. SHIPMEITS TO FAIR Railways May Carry Them to St. Louis at Nom inal Rates. If the various railways reach an agree ment in relation to the shipment of ey hilbits to the St. Louis fair, the trael portation will be only a small item of expiense. It is agreed now that there will be one or two assemnlling lpoints established in the state from which all coarload ship. tments will he made. Anything that any one may wish to contribute to the Mon ta;ina exlibit will be carried to the se semling point tree of charge. Matter will he gatllered in this way until there is a c:arload on hand, when it will be shipped to St. I.ouis at carload rates. When the show is over it is said the exhibits will be returned to their owners free of charge. This is regarded by the railway companies as their share of the contribution to the state exhibit. WANTED. We would like to ask, through the col umns of your paper, if there is any persao who has used Green's August Flower for the cure of Indigestion, Dyspepsia, and Liver Troubles that has not been cured." and we also mean their results, such db sour stomach, fermentation of food, habitual costiveness, nervous dyspepsi, headache, despondent feelings, sleepless. ness-in fact, any trouble connected with the stomach or liver? This medicine has been sold for many years in all civilized countries, and we wish to correspond with you and send you one of our books free of cost. If you never tried August Flower, try a 25 cent bottle first. We have never known of its failing. If so, something more serious is the matter with you. The as cent size has just been introduced this year. Regular size .s cents. At all drug gists. Newbro Drug Co., J. T. Finlen Drug Co. G. G. GREEN, Woodbury, N. J.' Celebration at Phillipeburg. SPECIAL TO THE INTER MOUNTAIN. Philipsburg, March s6.-Philipsburg will celebrate the anniversary of Ireland's patron saint with a grand concert and ball on Tuesday evening, March s17, at Firemen's bhall. The concert will lanclude solos end quartets by the best musical tal ent of Philipsburg and Granite, and will be followed by a grand ball. Ice cream, cake, coffee and sandwiches will be served in roouuz unldcr the daInce ball. $3.00 Men's New Style crby Its for 50c Tonkls' -TON KINS' oBona PRle Wholesaler TnknS 41 LE. ? ST. Oloslng Out Sale 41 L PM ST. It may beappropr - oiate , pAo k, U~ th on Leaing In price-cutting so much A b ct pr e oompare our values beow anyand all others that thee that wil not only with those et other or can be no doubt about finding the satlafy the most chronio guarantee everything greatest bargains here-an oppor bargain hunter, but pnreisely as advertised. tualty that has no parallel in any will go way beyond without one whit of Butte mercantile house- Come their fondest expects exaggeration. early tomorrow morning for these: 'iom. dz 5 I.a.dhed Sirls e 1.00 eoP.s m e.kwu .Sr er - Ss doen plited bosom me's landered of rts, made You'll see thede ties about town a high as *:.oo; of Garner's French percale; each shirt has detachable satin, sdk bheate, crepe, peau de soies, setoee, cutie; all sises, all sleeve lengths; new spring t93 taffetas, ribbed and disagot a silks, pe ures, dots, stripes Spatterns, mn afactered to sell for $s and a r an wltur, do, rp So. Sale price ti .......... for.............. 6. and Ronan stripes; worth $t.oo, a7e and 15 m ufocave. Sale price ......................25c TSs Meass U00 rwear 595 Men's derby ribbed natural hbabriggan shirts and drawers: 35; el'se Neekwear foi 15f shirts have 'rench neck and silk faced down froen; Men's shield bow ties, newest spring elers, the kind we drawer hav deabe seat"; .Se valte. have been saYng and everybody else for Jas Sale rice ............ .....................and c. Hea, as ong as they last .......... 5I c . 10e aI.'s Reslery s Men's heavy weight seamless and absolutely stainless 15r evershia'e foer 85a cotton half hose; all sizes: colors black or brown; Men's black and white striped effect satoen oversbirte, worth and regularly sold at soc pair. all sizes; reinforced shoulders; worth soe Sale price ........... ......................... 4 . and 7c. Sale price is ......................35 Wilson Bros.' BI-Metallic Shirts $1.50 Values--Sae Price 75c Wilson Bros.' BI-MetaUlc Laundered Percale or Madras Cloth Shirts, detachable cuffs; all sizes; neck bands or sleeve lengths s.po value. Sale prce.............. ............. 75 ) 12 M oSe's Uasdkerthlets as 50.s Meme Workleg 6tewes 39e Men's largest size red bandanna handkerchiefs Men's unlined best quality leather worklag worth zs:ic. Sale price ..................3 gloves, all sies; value. Sale price, pair.. ISe Whlte Limes lanakerhIlets se $50 eO n's Worklnl Sboes 095 Men's hemstitched white linen handkerchiefs, Men's nailed or unnailed working shoes, oak full size; Isc value. Sale price ............... c soles; all sises; $z.So value. This sale, pair... . Men's Trousers Men's Suits Men's fancy striped worsted trousers, worth $.5so. Men's black cheviot Suits, lot number 4924; Sale price worth $ao. pair .......... ........ ............ $1.15 Sale price .............. ............ 85 Men's guaraanteed corduroy trousers, worth $3.o0 Men's grey clay worsted Suits; lot number 4930; worth pair. Sale $S7.5o. Sale price ..............................$145 price ........., ................. $11.45 Your choice of any pair of cheviot, cassimere or Men's gray checked worsted Suits; lot number 55o74; worsted trousers in the house, worth $3.So5 m worth $as.So. Sale and $4.0oo pair for .....................$2'45 price ............................. $13.75 V AP vv N v , vv ld ld% s l vd v v A f f y s v A HILL NOWINTENDS TO SINVADE CALIFORNIA IAMESr. HILFL BY ASSOCIATED Pges5. San Francisco, March i.--James J. lill, president of the Northern Securities company, is planning to invade California by way of the North with lines of the Great Northern railway, according to the Call. It is further stated that two sur veys have been made along the California and Oregon coast between Portland and San Francisco, and that those interested in these surveys have already submitted to Mr. Hill two routes by which he can WELSH PRESBYTERIANS TO BUILD A CHURCH The congregation of the Welsh Presby terian church will give a concert April 15 to raise money for the erection of a place of worship. At present services are being hel at the old Carpenters' Union hall oh West Granite street. In this concert the best singers among the Welsh people in this seetion and a number of the best-known musicians in the city will take part. It is expected that the sum netted from this, together with the proceeds of last fall's fair held by the Ladies' Aid society, will give a substantial start toward erecting the new edifice. CurdeColtinO.Dq, 4 3 Days W.*-.. s 'W iw box. 33c reach San Francisco. One surveying party worked northward from Marin county and the other southward from Portland, Ore. Both routes surveyed are shorter than the Shasta route of the Southern Pacific company, one by sso miles and the other by at least s4o miles. It is claimed that the routes selected by the Hill surveyors guara-tee the con struction of a railroad along a grade of about a per cent, as against 4 per cent and more which is experienced along the Southern Pacific line, -- . : . -_: . . . 1 . PARISH IS GROWING Favorable Report Made by Father Allaeys of Fronohtown and Anaconda. Reports from the St. Joseph parish in South Butte shows that under the care and direction of Rev. Father H. 'B Allaeys, recently of Fracatown and Ana. conda, the perish is prospering and grow. ing to an extenet which is highly pleasing to those workers who have struggled faithfully to build up the congregation. Father Allaeys succeeded Father Ques nal, who has returned to his old work in Quebec, after having been sent temporarily here to assist Father 3rondel in organisa tion work. ...THE.., Planola Was Made so Everyone Could Use the Piano Ib it n strange that ANY ON! detd dedqr .vesut. g a.s Istru. eas whie aes a. s t eo me swel sad is espable of givie so sah ame. eas eforimats al vbmsr. ane wesheem wnmltbo srles b w as lanies. aS pusueas pemps a. vyld sa Plsad esma be purchased em -ets I"sPse so eaI by MONTANA I1USIC CO. sp North Maeim Street all.lJrW *IM9AMINT . These Cars are on the new "GreatWestern Limited" Every Night between Chlcago, St. Paul and Minneapols. If you wish to travel in the most comfortable way, nothing can approach these rooms. The price ofa berth is only $2.50, or SOc more than a berth in a standard Pullman Sleeper. Alltollet neces-. stides--hot and cold water,electric berth and ceiling lights and elec tric halrcurler heaters. For further information apply to J. P. lmer, Gen'l Passenjer Agent, Chl ua sed > cago, i. BUY YOUR ROCK SPRINGS COAL COIISZEN' @OL6 00, FROM NO. I 4 AST BROADWAY.