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SALE THIS WBBK Entire Stock of RAZORS Your Choloe $1.00 Bvery Rasor Pully auaraatesd Knives, regulat price S0c, 75c, S1 Sale Price 35 cents CANDY DEPARTMENT \.'e have Just received a fresh ship ment of HUYLER'S Candy. Full assortment of MILLARD'S and LOWNEY'S Candy. OLD PASH IONED STICK Candy, pure and wholesome, asc a pound. LIQUOR DEPARTMENT When you order whisky for your home get the healthfulness without the harm; get a pure whisky; get an old whisky; get it here. Cascade Club Whisky, to years old, fall quarts ................$. as Black Raven Whisky, 8 years old, full quarts ..................t oo MacGregor Malt Whisky, the best to be had anywhere at any price, full quarts ................$S as NBWBRe DRUG eO. Largest Drug House ia the State. 109 N. Maina t., Butte. DR. HUIB POeK Thirteenth doctor of Cina from graned father down. Born and schooled la the profession. Treats all diseases, making a specialty of chronio troubles. Consult me. say South Main St. AMUSEMENTS ORAND OPERA HOUSE Arthur A. Marks, Mgr. Tel., .J& SUNDAY MATINEE AND NIGHT, MARCH aS, STETSON'S Uncle Tom's Cabin Co. The Barnum of All. Gorgeous Scenery, Mechanical Effects, Military Band, Creole Ladies' Brass Band, Blood Hpunds, Cake Walkers, Dancers, Singers, Grand Vision and Transformation Scenes. Watch for the Big Parade. Prices-asc, Soc and 75c; matinee, a5t and Soc. UlTTON'S BROADWAY THEATER Dick P. Sutton, Manager. 'Phone is. Two Nights Tuesday and Wednesday Wednesday Matinee Mlarch 17 and 18, Farewell Tour of the Great LOUIS MORRISON'S Complete Production of FAUST Prices-Night, aSc to $s.oo; matinee, Soc. Al. Onken UNION mlnager. TONIGHT fAMILY -o THEATER Andi, ever ht Under new manage ment. New scenery. PRICES s,. 3s, 5S, OCs St. Patrick's Day Matlnee "Muldoon's Picnic" "Too Late for the Train" Two very laughable comedies in one act each. Two Irish sketch artists. The Willison children in a burlesque boxing bout. CHILDREN'S SATURDAY MATINEE. Special for children: Prices--ge and 25c. Jack Clifford VS. Aurello Herrera These famous boxers will battle for the lightweight championship of the North. west Monday night, March z6, at Sutton's Sroadway. Adoission: $z, $s.so, $a.oo;stage, $S.5o. Broadway Club. Atchison,Topeka& Santa Fe Ry. Co. SANTA FB ROUTI 3, Trains Daily From Denver to Kansas City and Chi eago. Also the direct line to Galves. ton, El Paso, City of Mexioo and the mining camps of New Mexieo and Ark sons. For particulars about the Rt. DUCED RATES EAST this sumnee apply to C. PF. WARREN, General Agent, 41s Dooly Block Sagt Lake City, Utah. CELEBRATION OF THE ST. PATRICK'S DAY It. Patrick's day, which falls tomorrow, I will be celebrated in Butte and Centervile by a grand demonstration on the pert of the three divisions of the Ancient Order of Hibendans, which exist here and at the town up the hill. There will be an Im I. D. MURPHY. mense parade through the two towns; an appropriate sermon at St. Patrick's church; exercises at St. Patrick's Parochial school; three grand balls at night, and other dem onstrations to show that the Irishmen of this time and place do not forget the grand old patron saint of the little green Island. The program for the celebration Is en tirely perfected, and everything is in readi ness for a first-rate celebration of the day. The committees of various kinds which have had the arrangements for the differ ent features in hand have worked hard, and the fruits of their labors will be seen in the way in which St. Patrick's day will be marked tomorrow. The Aides. M. J. Kelliher is grand marshal of the parade, and Michael Sullivan and D. J. Murphy will be his chief aides. The time set for the formation of the parade is 8 :o3 o'clock tomorrow morning. Division three will form at that hour in front of the Engineers' hall, on East Quartz street, and led by the Boston & Montana band, it will march to Miners' Union hall, where Division two will unite with it, and both will proceed to Hibernia hall at Centerville. At that point Division one and the Silver City band will add their strength to the procession, and it will march to St. Law rence's church, at Centerville. After that the countermarch will begin, and the parade will return to Butte, march ing down Main street to Park. It will turn west on Park and march to the Parochial school. Entertaining and appropriate exercises will be held at the school, and then the BY A COURT OF OWN CHOSINl STRANGE TRIAL BEING HELD BE FORE A BOARD OF REFEREES TO ADJUDICATE TROUBLE. The Jewish board of arbitration, which has under consideration a certain difficulty between B. Banks and Max Blausteim, will render a decision in the famous case tomorrow. Benjamin Banks lends money as a matter of business, and has at various times loaned certain amounts to one Max Blaustein, who sells the skins of anilnal that have departed to the happy hunting grounds. The business relations of the two gentlemen in question became greatly strained because of the assertion of Mr. Blaustein that he had paid all that he owed to Mr. Banks, and thrown in over $35o by way of courtesy. This statement was strenuously denied by the party of the first part who re joices in the financial name. Yesterday the Hebrews of the city met in Odd Fel lows' hall and the matter was placed be fore them. Instead of submitting the question to a court, a board of arbitra tion was agreed upon, and the whole mat. ter is to be settled upon the evidence in troduced. To show the good faith of the interested parties, a cash stake was posted prior to the hearing, Banks putting up $5oo against $szo of Blaustein's money. It it is de cided that Banks is guilty of receiving more than was due him, all of the money received above the amount due is to be paid out of the stake. If, on the other hand, it is found Blaustein owes the money he will forfeit his $:so by the decision. The transactions came to a bead when Banks brought an action in court in the early part of January by attaching a team of horses belonging to Blaustein, who was in Salmon City, Idaho, at the time. The jury selected to arbitrate the matter were D. Goldberg and Edward Rose for Blaustein and Morris Neer and J. Elroff for Banks. The fifth man, chosen by the four first selected, is H. Blumpkin. TURKEY AND BOILED HAM REGALE BURGLARS Depart the House of Adolph Pinous at the Request of Servant Girl, After they had enjoyed a turkey, dis cussed the major portion of a boiled ham and toyed with a few vegetables as side ,ashes, burglars left Adolph Pincus' home, 409 West Park street, at the request of the servant girl. They entered through a back door during the absence of most of the family about to o'clock Saturday night. The girl, who was in charge of the baby, heard a noise in the rear of the house. She went to a window and saw two men. These had, a little while before, as subsequent investigation proved, come in through the door and stolen the food. They were at this time trying to open the window. SThe girl notified them that she would send for the pohioe and they promptly re. tired. She then telephoned to head. quarters and Officers Byrne and White were sent to investigate. They are positive that novioes did the work. parade will proceed to St. Patrick's church. One of the notable features of the cee bration will be the sermon at the chuerk. It will be delivered by the Rev. Father McCormick of Great Falls, who is the state chaplain of the Ancient Order of Hib nlans. It is expected that the sermon deal with the life and good works of Patrick, and the great benefits they were to the people who have followed the pA cepts of his teachings. The Parade. After the sermon at the church , parade will pass before the Sisters' ho tal in honor of the sisters there, and trn march back to Hibernia ball, where procession will disband. It is expected that the city of Butte and the neighboring commonwealths will fI dulge in the wearing of the green tomer row in honor of St. Patrick, and there will be three big festivities in the evening 1th the way of grand balls-at Hibernia h, Miners' Union hall and Renshaw hall. At Hibernia hall the reception comm'nV tee will include J. J. Lynch, J. D. Murphy, D. D. Shea, T. J. McCarthy and P. J. Sul livan. Floor committee-Pat Sullivan, D. J. McCarthy, Phil Murphy, Felix McCua thy and M. J. Gardner. Door committeg Dennis O'Neill, Dennis Healey and J. McGovern. At Miners' Union hall the receptjon committee will include J. J. Ferns, W. J. Sewall, J. M. Brown, C. R. Connolly and Patrick Riordan. Floor committee-M. Sullivan, M. Drumma, J. A. Coleman, A. E. Gallagher and J. J. Doran. Door coat. PATRICK RIORDAN. mittee-Joseph Dillon, Anthony Reynolds and Dan Donohue. At Renshaw hall the reception commn tee includes M. J. Kelliher, Daniel llolly, John Connolly, \V. E. Rowan and Thomas Kelley. Floor commnittee-John Ilclchan, J. Cronin, J. J. ()'Meara, I'. l)onohue and P. Lynch. Door committee-P. J. Kelly, John Butler and John O)'l.eary. TROUBLE OVER A MORTGAGE R. FRIED FILES SUIT IN DISTRICT COURT AGAINST I. BANKS FOR DAMAGES. R. Fried today filed in the district court a suit against I. Banks, in which the de fendant is asked to pay a hine of $roo for failing to cancel a mortgage, and also to pay in damages to the amount of $1,85o and costs. The suit grows out of a mostgage given for $1.657 by Catherine M. Formel to 1. Banks on property in this county. The petitioner relates that later the rights of the property were assigned to hint by Mrs. I Formel, and that the conditions were ful filled and the encumbrance paid off. He further alleges that he asked for the return of the mortgage through R, Banks, an authorized agent of the defendant. Not long ago Fried and Banks came to. gether in a personal encounter over the mortgage not being returned and the suit filed today is an outcome of the arrest of Fried and his being taken to the police station on a charge of assault and battery. TWO ROUTES EAST. East via Minneapolis and St. Paul. The Pioneer Limited is the train of trains be tween these cities and Chicago. Two other excellent trains every day via the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway-the fast mail route. East via the Union Pacific and Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul line. New overland service. Double daily train service to Chicago. Additional information on re quest. W. B. Dixon, Northwestern Pas senger Agt., C., M. & St. P. Ry., St. Paul, Minn. Did You Ever use our paints? Did you ever regret It? Didn't it do all we said it would? You will find that there is nothing so conivenient around the house as our ready mixed paints. CARDER WALL PAPER CO.,,. 0. V. FrIanIman, Prepy 1 W. Park 'Phone 106 ANTI-REBATE LAW The Interstate Commerce Commission Appealed to by Many. The members of the interstate com merce commission at Washington are re woiving many inquiries, individually and ellcially, from shippers and railway men all over the country as to the intention of the commission regarding the enforce mnent of the Elkins anti-rebate law. The general impression seems to be that this legislation was for political pur poses to satisfy the public clamor against the trusts, and that the people are to he htumbugged by a demllonstration that will amount to nothing ait hiave practically no ellect on the contributions of the rail ways to campaigmn funds. Any railway oflicial who violates the law on this theory is very apt to get into trouble hind pay the ipenalty. The president is in ealnest, the attorney geineral is anitxiios to n.ake a record, and the ilnterstate colnell.ci' co11ninission has been longilg for such a law for many years. Official propriety w ill not ,permit tllhe mitenhbers of the commissiion to anticipate their action or interpret the law in ad iance, nor can they answear the tlurstiins aIkeid them by those who are directly in tereisted. The law has ben published in pamphlet lbrn1 and furwarded to those Swho desire to know its langtagll andtil scope, but no official exldanatiiio of the intenltions of the commluission will lie of fere.d to the public. The Bill. The text of the law is as follows: Section I. '1 his law makes the railway corporation (ecommon carrier) ,sulbjcit lt thie penalties prescribed by the oll intir state commerce law, as well ais indelr this act. Sic. 2. It declares it to he a tuitsdlc nlcanor, punishalie by a fine of $i.on to $ o,noo for each olTense, to wilfully fail to file and publish, taritls, b. th frtight and pIassenger; to wilfully filt to eti icily olserve such tarilts while in force. See. 3. It is nade a ilisitdlnieatioir. s ib ject to ai penalty of a litne oi $1i,ili, t, $20,ooo, for ilany pers1i, Iersonlis or clr pioration to offer. granlt, givr, soli it, ;n - cept or rece-ive any rebatel. ci tnlessionil i-r discrimination in resplict of the tram,I r. tation of any prolierty in ilt- rst;ite or fr eign commerce biy illy coliyiitin ca;irri(.r subject to the interst'ate coi,,iICerei law, whereby any such prop.erty ,shall Iby .y device whatever Ire Iral.l.otd alit a less tate than that nainledt in the ill ill' pubt listed and ilhid hy such .i tter. ,or wlhereby any lthi'r advialt;e is giv'o or dliscrimination is practiced. Sec. 4. Itnpriesnmellnl prtrs ile for lilI der the thi law ii cas-es . ot dilsrilnihilatln is ahbolishedl. aflectt s lls1(..s 1 1th lit fIore llnd after the passage of liI, lam. Sec. S. V ido ationt of the Iors .,in1 provisions may b"- pros. e'tI ,l in any c.urt of the I'niteil statet, hlisi, julitsliiltin (,of crimellls witlhin the ,litri't ill which tihe iolatiin was Clnhillittcdl, or theough which the transportatllion alliy have Ilien conducted. Sec. 6. The act, Ollissioni or failure If any oflicer, agenlt or iotheer ipersot. actling for or ienililtoy dt by aily commllllllon carrier acting w ithin Ihe :copc of his e .lplnt.le lt, .h:all I's deelmed tu, In. the act, aiom ,tin or f,tilure of su lt ch altier :as %lr l :as h1. t of t ,, p. r soun ; blut w hi lt :a :il,pl r is ;a ca r r:lllation tihle ,act ( it, allllh ,(iz l -: t is, of IiIrse, the iact of thell rllilratiunil. S','. 7. \'W heniver aniy i' ruier fe-. Ir Ipulishes a lpartic-lar rate r palilrticipate. illt ily rate so liled tr publishedI.t 1 itll rall it clnclusively dsenied the legahtl rate in any roposecltionli, an tll-y depHI tre, ir ,l the to depart from t ll sHtiote is al utllhn. mision ort i n cutts t enforceI the la.,, all sllll regurlatioln or practie under conidtithr ationt may )e included orihoders n lld" crll madel against theil. S'cn. f. the r ete com ll iosin ielieves thait any carrier is carrying freight or itpis vrclers lst ess thall the p1ublished rates on wll tor is committing ally discrimination filrbihtn bey law. it may istti:lrn pnro'thei iln intl itd tels circutit t courtll having jurisdiction, and the court shall Scnliarily intlire into the mattwer wit llou formal pleadings or iproceedings applicable Io suiti in equity and make otther perticls utr corrations partyct theo any penaltyay r for if iture tron aotth of the ally gatilsactihall en-or criinatitr con, which ordert may teti enfored irodug provided for. cuenary or tr wise. l'he provision of the Sherman anti-trust act to expedite the hearing and determnlna. tion of suits in equity, and of any acts which may be passed for a like purpose, shall apply to any case prosecuted under the direction of the attorney general in the nlame of the interstate commerce coimiiis." sipn. Thirty cases of belated stragglers, fine sample shoes, bought at 38%1j cents on the dollar, intended for last week's mammoth shoe sale, arrived today. On sale this week at 38A cents on the dollar. IRed Boot Shoe Co. 'TOO LATE FOR THE TRAIN" AT FAMILY The recovery of Al Onkin, manager of the Union Family theater from his recent illness, is immediately appreciable in the production and entertainment offered there. The crowds have increased in. size and are once more praising the work of the favorites at what has rapidly become the most puopular little playhouse in the state of Montana. The show this week is "Too Late for The Train" as a curtain raiser and the farce comedy is entitled "Muldoon's Pic nic," There are a number of good spec. lalties, and altogether the show will prove as taking this week as n other weein when the manager himself was able to give it personal supervision. COUCH COVERS ...AND... PORTIERES AN UNUSUALL flarge and fortunate purchase in the above lines gives those in search of a bargain opportunity the chance of a lifetime. It affords them the privilege of owning portieres and couch covers in almost endless variety in the latest color combinations and the smartest patterns at prices ranging from $1.75 to $9.00, in qualities that have never before been sold in the city for less than one-third to one.half more money. Read the Price Promises, Then Come and See the Quality Goodness ioo Pairs Portieres 35 Pairs Portieres i Revers.ibl Itap.try, in ris. rs . Ii .n si mu, .irip.s. with klsilsted watrp atsu l ilits'., fIing' tl p all ,l l t,,Itm (n , fr i ll Whilh m1 d lengthi ; the for, pt'r s.:1..,s ii ' nsi s.,t , t r,r ,i, ..... ............ $1.75 ,e.., ,i............. $21.00 75 Pairs Portieres 40 Pairs Portieres to choic'e e'1lrit4 . rng. ,,I wilth ; i1111 Iitrea.u; , t.ies.-'try, .,1lid rslsors, Ilnperi;al length, revri.ih ,, ilth tItiI ,l an I ills g i h i i c mr ill C ldilial, (ring. lop aml hott1n1; myrtle an old gull g ; for, per pair, ..... .. $2.50 sor, p.. Iir. ............$5.75 50o Pairs Portieres 6o Couch Covers hleavy rep l, .iilsvr p , i ttirll l IIIri t i ,i k l s ltrils '. Is|.. fuII t n is inch.l crinwan i. iliive . two tuned lisi ; s Hire. I in5 d.sI all aii n s ; make I t. v iery d ssiltahm ; fir., isis mucis rh Isisk it w ; vper I:air ................ $3.00 a sib, s,lly ............. 2.50 IS Pairs Portieres 75 Couch Covers. II If ,isil tl . ripls. .. tp. fril . tip i a ll lu avy I.sp t.lry, It.os ,1l. sl ltrisp,.S , Iralid I, IhtltI . ori( tal isiorintrls. Note a il knltll u Ig i a ll ; ii)uIilnd; wsi-I h tee is onily a 555 all It ; itsrftil vali. ; 11h,. i. r paIir............. $3.50 ash, is.ly.. . ....... .. $3.00 Mail Us Your Orders--We Pay the Freight. Brownfield=Canty Carpet Co. 48 to 54 West Park, 41 to 43 West Galena Street, Butte. __ .. ,-_. ...--.- .-... -...~ HELO IN DISfAYOR BY THE WORKERS PAPER HANGERS TABOO A PATENT WALLPAPER CUTTING MACHINE. 'I he pIlumbers wete the Iihst to discover tIht the inventionl of ; lIabor saving de vice was likely to throw onme one (out of a , rtlailln amounIt of work. Now, the paper hlangters have awakened to the fact that a paper cutting machine, which has liesn tIed by the I.lle. Paint company for imore thai; a year, is s.aving them the trouble of iivi:g the slhears. I he trouble began about four or five we(eks ago, adl altIhough every effort has hin made to settle thinlgs amicably, the lillish does not seelm to Ibe in sight. The Ellis conlpany say that they are willing to do anythiang reasonable, lbult do not see anily reasrlon why the ;machine should lie dis carded after having bteen in use for so long. J. S. Ellis, the president of the company, lstates that the maclhinle has been used all ,ovlr tlhe ( nited States and has been iii use hlere for more than a year, and there has bien no opposition to, it before. The nmachine is a simple affair, used for the plurlpose of cutting selvage from wall paper. holkre the invention of the ma chinel it was ier'issary to cut the paper with shears. It is said that the niachine is a great tlime saver and can I,e operated bay a mere boy. Ellis tried to effect a settle rment by offering to pay a man $5.oo a day to operate the machine, but the proposition was not met with favor by the Painters' tihe Paper l:angers' union and the mla chine is now idle. Ellis declares that he employs none but union men and pays union wages. FUNERAL OF MOSBY YESTERDAY AFTERNOON Eagles Pay Last and Fitting Tribute to Well-Known and Well Liked Member. Yesterday *afternoon at 3 o'clock the funeral of W. F. Moshy took place from the Eagles' hall on South Main street, The body was taken from Richards' undertak ing establishment in the morning and con veyed to the Eagles' hall where it lay In state until the time of the funeral. Fully iso members of the order were present at the ritual services which were held in the hall, and beside the members there were in attendance a large number of the friends of the deceased. Judge J. M. Ilinkle presided and John Strobel acted as chaplain. The body was laid to rest in Mount Morlah cemetery in accordance with the ritual of the order. To Select Text Books. SPECIAL TO TitI INTER MOUNTAIN. Helena, March :6.-Governor J. K. Toole has aphainted the followin upona Tk L bm itD~ To2ato W. ])an ae. 25. thei Icxt Ibnk eomrlmlnini,.: (". M. Ilar Jry, I.ivil.;l . in, W . 1'.. I.armion, jl.I e ina rt; J. Mr. II,..ilhts, , I 1 .gsi l ; J. Ii.. Munroe., Ihln; .I. W\V. Ie-nningl, \Vhite Sullphur Springs,; W1. \V. \W.,.hh, Ih'hnna; The Inlermalional Typographical fnioln will (tirct a Icnnucunu nlnt inll ( ,ior;:ido Springs It, Am,os. J. 'I lllllninl., tilt lIrnl'er New Yosrk coluprcst mall. N IT'I"'CI,: "tI ('I) C :iI),l i'si . In the Iistrict ('ourt of tict Seco. nI Ju d.cni I listriet of the . State of ..nll.tana, in and for tlit. Ciunty ,fI Silver Isw,. In the mIatter of thce estat. of I)annicl J. Welch, deceased: Noatici is hereby givenI by thc, m.er. jignled, iadinlllitla r of tile .slatie of Iluciel J. Welch'II, deceasd, to ti- rc.ldit oris f .ic1d a;1l -.rdsons havIn1.:' claims againist the said s, cie:,:s.d c, Ito exibit tlhem-i, with tihe necessary vcoutlcher., withinl ten Imonths after the ilthst pnblcicatioci, of this notice to the said aldmnitstratcr at roomsl No. 34 :nid 3,5 iliric ur cuilling, |inlte, Moltana, tihe samue being the plure for tile tr.nsaction of the blisnllt.is of said es* tate, int the county of Silver flow, state of Montana. I)AN I l. A. W\V ..('i, Administrator of the IEstate of I)aniel J. Welch, deceased. JOHiN A. SIII.'I'ON, Attorney for Administrator. l)atcd Ilutte, Monltana, tils ltih dlay of Flebruc;ry, Itqu3. MINING Al'I',LCAT'ION NO. 4659. Ulnited Staltes I and (Office, IlenaMontana, Mottca,March 6, .on3. Notice is hereby given that Sarvin lisa, Martin lisa and El'jah loyer, whose post* olhfce address is ltitte, Montana, have this day filed their application for a patent for 1,500 linear feet, beinig tco5 feet westerly and i,395 feet easterly from discovery shaft of the lEdlna F:. Lode, upon which a notice of intention to apply for a patent was postedl on the a28th day of February, 19o3, situated ill Indecdence (unor ganized), mining district, Silver hIow county, state of Montana, designated as Survey No. 6833, in Section ia, Township 3 north, Rancge 8 west, being more iprticu. larly described as follows: Iteginning at the southwest corner a point in the east end line of Survey No. 3167, ia granite stone set in the grounld, with a mnoutnd of stone alongside, ancd marked t-6833 for Corner No. s, from which the cqlarter .ction Corner oni the south b)ound;ary of Section as, Township J north, Range S west, bears south 9 degrees 55 minutes ,iest, a,o39.8 feet; and running thence north 8 degrees 07 tcinutes west, 511 . feet; thencce north 78 degrees 13 mIiutes east, 1,481 feet; thence south 8 degrees of minutes east, 349 feet; thence south 7a degrees west, 1,soo feet to the place of be ginning, containing an area of 14.63 acres claimed by the above named applicants. The location of this claim is of record i, tihe Recorder's onfice of Silver Bow county, Montana, in Book "Ii," of Lode Locations at Page a98. The adjoining claims to these premises are Survey No. 2726, Sister Annie Lode, L.ot 359, on the south; Survey No. 3647, Big Bend Lode, on the west, and the Jupi ter Lode, unsurveyed, on the north. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. SAMUEL BARKER, JR., Attorney for Applicants. [First Publication March 7, 1903.) 1,.