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eURED OUN o are just realiing the responsibilities of manhood and YOUN ho find themselves handicapped in life's battle by reason of the errors and disipation of early youth, unfitting them MEN for the station in life that is the goal of every able-iodied man, should not hesitate a day. but call or write for the advice of our physicians. WE L'N)DERS TANI) Y(UR AI:hl.1CTION and can resore )oat to strength and vigor. \Who find then;wtlvsr growing old before their time, who MIDDLE find the fire of youth urniiig low, the aches and pains of the aged slow:y creeping upon thtem-with that pain AGED MEN aerrss the sinill of the back that grows worse instead of better; that II1RITAllI.hI, N.ERV.OUS, IESPON)DENT E'l.IN\'; that \VI.LI. N()'T ble shakeni oil. It means you tlred our treatment. Consult our physicians, avail yourself of our FRl.E. (()NSULT'ATION and ri'l yoursel of f your ailments before it is too late. O \ho realize that they are tint as strong as they ustdl to bie. and those OLD who are suiteritig from Kidicy anil lladtr Troubles. khma.ism, I.numbgo, Impaired I)igestive ()rgans. ('onstilpation, Faulty Circulation, M FIand the Kindred I)iseses That 1 (MItt WITH YiF.ARS, catan obtain re lief quickly andl narely by vonsulting uits. Remember, there is no c.harge for consutltation, tither at our office or by mail. w . ALSO Iast i.or. I'ematt.e Decay, N\rv.ts I ihiity, Rpture, tI mnrs. \arin. ,cel., Spt ial Diiseass, Eczmat , Sha ' iepless n.-s. Rh.nt atis:ii. Neuralgia, Kidney I)iseases. Btladdtr CURE Iisasv,. Spin, I)iisea, c , I hart iiasres. Itlood l)i.ases, Skin I)iseas.s, ;.tomi;,ch Diseases. Rectal Diicase . frOMc 1\ I have cperferte.l a system o.f honei treatimen. t twhere SE rhv the '11RL11IIlt'l. NS\ hiRIN; OF TilE jt'IES 'I'INS OF 1)'1R II1 \(Ni, SIS SIII.I.T aol stnding TREAT MENT a"' SAMI'I. I.I .1 : tl l i11 'RINl, 1(114 AN.\I.SI we can positively arrive at the trie diagnosis of your complaint as readily as though the patient swere in our oalie. t wenty years, experience 'has mtade our physicians experts, alal our success in tcuring dli-a.'. by ilome Treat.ment has never been equaIed. It is successfuil and strictly private. X-Ray Examination Free! ALWAYS FIRST- CONSULT THE EMINE' 1)(TRS ATHD PEIA TOILE RS ..FK M.I) ICAL. INfSTIT;TE IN('(C I'(NAii:) I:N)l".R TIE :I.\\S ,OF '1111 STATE (lF MNt rAN,\ AND A('K.'J\\'..);EI) 'T Il Thl E ' I.M\)INI; MhI)DIAL' INSTI'I I.' Fl ; TIlE tt'RI. . Ii )ISE:\SI.S OF I" .M N IN '11'. \\' EST. Yellek Medical Institute N. E. Corner of W. Broadway and Montana Sts., Butte, Mont. AMONG THE TOILERS Al.otlt t.'o ftlw mtetllrbers l.have len addled to the roll of the American I.alabor union durilng tile pa.st week. Thirteen labor or canizations have applied at head quarters here for charters. Four of these were fromn Park City, I'tah, where M. I.. Salter, a local Icman, has been doing cecel lent ork as an organizer. The following new charters have Iten issued : \Working.nin's union, No. 330, Clarkston, Washington. FarcmCers' .iton, No. 351, c. Fre(nchlt l, Mlontana. Lathers and Shinglers,' union, No. . .', P'ark City, 'tah. Federal labor union, No. .53, .M-ctrose, eColorado. Woodworkers' union. No. 354. Miorulla. Retail Clerks' union, No. 355, Park City, Utah. Burr Creek union, No. ,156, lBuirr C'reek, .Montana. Painters and l)eorator.s' unlion, No. 357, Park City, Utah. Assembhlers' and Adjusters' union, No. 358, Dayton, Ohio. Junior Federal labor unlion, No. ,sc, Pueblo, Colorado. Stage Employes' union, No. 36c, Ioca tello, Idaho. Carpenters' union, No. 362, 'Park City, Utah. CURRENT LABOR TATTLE What the Toiling Masses Are Doing in the World. A special meeting of the executive board of the Sheet Metal Workers' National alliance will be held to consider the rec ommendations made to the conciliation committee appointed by the American Fed eration for the purpose of bringing about an agreement between this alliance and the International Association of Sheet Metal Workers. Efforts are being made to unite these two national bodies. The compositors in job printing shops at Atlanta, Ga., threaten a strike because of the action of the Employing Printers' association in posting open shop notices. ANOTHER STREET CAR HOLD-UP IN LOS ANGELES St'ECIAI. TO TIlE tITP5R MUi'NTAIN. I.os Angeles, Cal., March s6.-Three highwaymen wearing white handkerchief: with holes cut in them, and each with a good grip on a revolver, held up the train crew of an electric car on the Central avenue line at the city limits at an early hour yesterday morning and robbed Con ductor Phelps of $35. The car had just arrived at the Central nvenne termlillus and Phelps was oil the point of stepping to the telephone to re port to the dispatcher when the three high wayllmenl came up. One robber thrust a revolver into the motorlmanl's face acld told hinm to be quiet. The Red Boot Shoe eo. will continue to sell during the entire week John Poster Co.'s fine $6, $7 and $8 shoes for / /an/~/Cf/R47;rc;i~~~ , At San Francriko tilhe cigarmiakers have raiised the price for n;iking fancy shaped cigars to $1 per ii.,o. A llabr templlle is to hie lhb ilt in I 'hicago by .1tinions whose ll.nabliers are mciiiloyed in thle stockyards. The nlion melltalworkers of l.os An geles, ('al.. have struck in all of the prin. cipal shops of the city because the ltien hase asked for a raise to $.1.5o per day for certain jourineymen and the raise has bleen refused Iy the emiphloyers. 'flte iil ployers have ,lffered to make the raise on condlitioni that they are allowed to intrq duce a slidiing scale of wages for ccrtanli workmenlil accordiiig lto their ability, but the illten wire not .saltili d ilth this ooter. I'he Inew Imllayor of Blrucktlon, iass., is a uniont ptiilllner. WOODWORKERS DESIRE ADMISSION TO COUNCIL The Carpenters Have Thus Far Blocked Way-Assembly Indorses Action of the Messenger Boys. The Anita;lgamated \Woodworkers' unlion asked for admission to the Silver Bow Trades and Labor council last night, and as a consequencer there was a lively scrap on hand at onlce. The Carpenters' tntion object to the admission of the Wood workers' unlion on the ground that they are dual organizations and should be one and the samle body. Many of the dele gates were in favor of admitting the pe. titioners, but others opposed that action and nothing was done. The woodworkers and carpenters have been having trouble for some time and their troubles have been referred to the American Federation of l.abor, with whom the matter is still pending. The asssemblly indorsed the action of the messenger boys, , who went on a strike Saturday night, and appointed a com mittee of two to confer with the manage mnent of the A. D. T. company in regard to an adjustment of the difficulty. THE DAVIS ESTATE Administrator Will Be Able to Distribute About $200,000 at Once. Ulnder the most recent ruling of the su preme court Adminlistrator J. If. L.eyson will he enabled to distribute at once about $.oo,ooo of the estate of A. J. Davis. The ruling was the denial of a motion for a new trial. There will remain about $3o, ooo to be distributed either to the heirs or in the settlement of explenses of admlinis tration in winding uip the alfairs of the estate. - Thirty cases of belated stragglers, fine samiple shoes, hIought at 3t, cents on the dollar, intended for last week's miiamllmoth shoe sale, arrived today. (On sale this week at .1R8% cents otn the dollar. Red Boot Shoe C'o. CHAMPAGNE FULL OF STRYCHNINE ATTEMPT MADE TO POISON A WELL KNOWN THEATRICAL MAN WOMAN IN CASE. " SY ASSOCIATED r.h5s. New York, March a6.-l)etectives . In New York and several members of a Chi. cago detective agency have been at work attempting to discover a mysterious per. son who sent to John C. Fisher, a well. known theatrical manager of this eite, a quart bottle of champagne charged with enough hydrocyanic acid and strychnine' to kill a hvudred men. It was only by the merest chance that Mr. Fisher and three friends escaped death. The bottle was opened and the contentst poured into glasses before it was noticed that it had a peculiar look, inl sm1ll. MIr. Fisher had the contents of the bbt. tie analyzed and it was found the wine contained 2.o016 grains of cyanide to the flHid ounce and JJ.4564 grains of strych nine, or enough of the two poisons to have produced sudden death had any or the champagne beenl cvenl touched to th' A young and handsome woman lgurr, conspicuously in the case. According to cr'edited information, this young woman toaok the poison package to a Chicago cx prcs oltfice and foraardrd it in person. A motive has been established and it implicates a woman anld possibly a man. \\ hum Mr. Fisher suspects he will not say at this tlmie, but he iintimates that developments way br expected anly day in Chicago. TWO FUNERALS AT CENTERVILLE STEPHEN THOMAS AND WILLIAM ALFRED WILLIAMS BURIED THERE YESTERDAY. One fune'ral procession followed the rc mains of Stephen Thomas and Williamt Alfred \\'illiams to the grave at Centerville yesterday. Bloth men had been well knownl in that comiiunauiity and the attendaince was very large. The services over the *rcmains of Stephen Trhomas were held at Hlibernia hall, the Rev. John Ilosking ofniciating. Mr. Thomas died at Salt Lake last Wednesday. lie was well known in Centerville and throughout the state. The funeral services over the body of Alfred \\illaitms were conducted at the family home by the Rev. Mr. Iindsay. A widow and daughter mourn his loss. - Danger of Colds and Grip. The greatest danger from colds and grip t is their resulting in pneumonia. If tea- h soinable care is used, however, anld Charn. o berlain's Cough Remedy taken, all danger t will be avoided. Among the tens of thou- r sands who have used this remedy for these c diseases we have yet to learn of a single a case having resulted in pneumonia, which v shows conclusively that it is a certain pre ventive of that dangerous disease. It will cure a cold or an attack of the grip in less time than any other treatment. It is c pleasant and safe to take. For sale by t Paxson & Rockefeller, Newbro Drug Co., Chlristie & leys, Newton Bros. A GREAT GALE SWEEPS OVER HAVANA Daylight Eclipsed and the City Famous º in the Spanish-American War Is Partly Devastated. BY AsSOCIATI:En PRfS5. Havana, M.arch 16.-While the secretary of the navy, Mr. Moody, and his party were making a visit on shore yesterday afternoon, a squall of tremendous violence swept over the harbor. It became as dark as night and the wind and the downpour were terrific. Commander Stoney of the Dolphin, realizing the peril to the small boats in the hrarbor, called for volunteer rescuers. The entire crew of the Dolphin responded. Boats were instantly manned and sent out. The launch returned with four half drowned Cubtans and the captain's gig came tn with another man apparently life less, but he was later resuscitated. The courage anld heroic action on the part of the Americans was especially com mended, as the British ships did not rise to the emergency, although one of the cap sized boats was much nearer to the Ariadne than to the Dolphin. "POWER OF CHRIST." Rev. W. F. Coburn Tells of the Salvation That Saves. lHundreds of men and women from all parts of Butte listened to the Rev. W. F. 'Couarn at the Auditorium yesterday preach on the joy of being saved. The salva tion that reaches the king on his throne or the peasant in his hovel was depicted in vivid language by the well known divine. "The Power of Christ to Save and to Keep Unto the End" was his .tex4 W\'hen, at the conclusion of his momning sermon, the speaker asked how many there were in the room who confessed Chriist, almost the entire audience rose. Afternoon Bible readings will he con ducted at the First Baptist church every day this week, and every evening the evangelist will preach at 7 o'clock. From t o'clock to 3 o'clock every afternoon Mr. Cotburn will be at his room, No. 24, in the Montana, and will be glad to see those who wish to talk with him about re ligion. In yesterday's three services at the Auditorium almost every Protestant church in the city was represented, FUNERAL NOTICES. MERRIFlIEI.D-The funeral of Chrrlet Merrifield will take place tomorrow (Tuesday) afternoon, at a o'clock, from the family residence, No. ar9 William strut, North W\alkerville. Rev. C. D. Crouch will officiate. JENKIN-The funeral of Mrs. James Jen. kin will take place tomorrow (Tuesday) at a :3o p. m., from the family residence, No. 411 Virginia street. Services will be held at the .\Mountain View M. E, church by Rev, A. 1f. Henry, At Hennessy's, Butte At Hennessy's, Butte Opening Days For Novelties in Laces and Dress Trimmings In Hennessy's Notion Dep't, Main Floor From over the sea we have received a distinctly beauti. ful lot of fashionable laces and dainty dress trimmings. Many are rare novelties that will attract and hold one's attention and command deserved admiration. Watch eurWindowDisplay In our windows we show a few pieces of our new spring ' dress goods; over these you see some of our new laces and trimmings. Aren't they just exquisite? Novelty Robes laces and Trimmings Laces and Trimmings Seven of them just opened up; no two Perhaps one of the newest laces is For evening dresses one of the loveli. alike; very handsome and richly trimmed. the Marquis; strictly hand-made, in est trimmings is mate of silk meshes or The textures are chiffon, batiste, nets cream; edgings, galloons and allovers net, with nacre and silver sequins, pro and mousseline de sole; colors white, to match; light and graceful in effect, ducing a most graceful effect; edgings, cream and black. Prices $35.oo to Then there's the Yak lace, made of galloons and allovers to match. $15o.oo each. wool; edgings and galloons to match; Applique bands, edgings and allovers widths 3 to 8 inches. to match, in Venice, point gaze, point do New Collars The antique lace is again in style for to matchn Venie, clu point g ae, p oiues t de trimming purposes; wide width, edg- Is rome, cluny ind guipuren. New garnitures and collars, in rich ings and insertions to match. A charming novelty in \enice bands; Russian lace, Venice, guipure and Cluny New appliques, richly effective In edgings and Vandyke effects and medal. laces; in large cape end bertha efectn; the new pendants, medallions, dress lion., in arabs, creams and black; show colors cream, arab and white; prices ornaments and motifs. ing fruit and floral effects. colfrom rs.ooream, ad hite; prices each. New and beautnul allovers, in Many new bands, edgings and gal Cluny, Guipure, Venice, uattenberg, loons, in Bulgarian, Persian and Egyp There are several others styles that Russian and Antique laces; width is tian effects; widths from M to 3 inches; will be opened up tomorrow. inches; prices $t.oo to $2o.oo a yard. prices from asc to $s.oo'a yard. DREAMSIN EVERYTHING THAT EVERYONE WANTS Overhead long tasteful wreaths of flow ers and greens. Along each side banks of greens and more flowers, with fruit and berries to be used in further decorations and ornamentations of the beautiful crea tions of the Parisian milliners who are having two days of their own in this far off Montana city. Down through the pret ty aisles are bouquets of floral designs most attractive, but, strange to say, in this execution of the florist's there is no strong attraction to the hundreds of visitors which thronged the rooms all day-because it was here that all of the enterprise, all of the artistic work and their accompany ing effects were placed by Hennessy's, to commemorate what is pronounced to be the most delightful and attractive millinery opening it has been the good fortune of Hennessy's managers to secure through the big inmporters. For today and tomorrow-possibly longer-is the seasonable periods of the milliner's department at Hennessy's, dur ing which they have the long prepared for opportunity to demonstrate their taste and art in the difficult task of pleasing half of the women of Butte in spring hats. The opening began this morning under the immediate superintendence of Mrs. S. Raleigh, one of the best known and most Capable milliners in the Western country. It is through her more than any other that Ilennessy's is enabled this spring to otTer dreams in imported millinery such as have never been displayed this far from the home of Reboux, Carlier, Poynane, Louis Heitzboyer, George Ette, Madame Blume and other famous artists in wom eln's head wear. It would be far beyond the powers of any writer besieged with a wealth of such creations to do justice in a description to SMITH WALKS AGAIN Man Edward Carney Shot Able to Leave the Hospital. William Smith, who was shot by Ed ward Carney and seriously wounded, has recovered sufficiently to walk about with. out assistance, and on Saturday was al lowed to return to his own apartments. The shooting took place in Harmon's sa loon on upper Main street two weeks ago Saturday and it was at first feared that the wounds would result fatally. Smith was in the hospital exactly two weeks, a remarkably short time consider ing the serious nature of his wounds. His escape from instant death was little short of miraculous, one shot striking him in the back of the head and one passing through his lung. Hlis strong constitution and careful attention have brought about such a rapid recovery that Smith is now pronounced out of all danger, if not entire ly well. SCARLET FEVER CLOSES COLLEGE Disease Rages in Chicago Institution and Causes Such Alarm That a Close Quarantine Is Established. BY ASSOCIATED rar.S, Chicago, March 6,---Every department of Lake Forest college has been closed for two weeks to prevent a spread of scar let fever. There are no new cases in the college, but the persistence with which it has held on in the village led to the adop tion of this latest measure. The academy was closed several weeks ago, when the wife of one of the ,sembers such an opening as Hennessy's millinery this year. The only safe way is to visit the store for oneself and then dream of what one could do with one day's receipts at Hennessy's. There are more thanl the usual designs for leaders this year. Green appears to be the prevailing color and this shade this year will prevail more than any other color excepting possibly violet for early spring wear. The hat most desirable is the small flower hat, while others are sought for trimmed with fruit, grapes, berries, etc. There are more lace designs shown this season also. One of the rather unusual features of the opening this time is a private apart ment for the display devoted exclusively to mourning goods. The largest line of mourning trimmings and goods in the city is shown here and the privacy afforded makes it a feature to those called upon to doa the darker colors. In conjunction with the millinery open ing there are afforded some of the newest things in ladies' fancy ready-to-wear dresses and tailor-made gowns. There are some of the very newest and latest crea tions of the tailor's art in the department just adjoining the millinery space and here will be shown some of the handsomest de signs, all offered in ready-to-wear styles and from some of the most famous houses in the world. All of these goods are set out more fully in the attractive descriptions of the adver tising department in the display adver tisements which are published daily. A perusal of these advertisements will as suredly prove profitable to the hundreds of Inter Mountain readers who are get ting ready for new spring gowns and hats. of the faculty was taken with the disease. Ferry hall and the men's school were kept open and a strict quarantine over the stu dents maintained, while the town author ities were fighting the epidemic. While the college is closed an effort will be made to stamp out the disease permanently in the town. The college will not lose anything, as Leyson's Auction Special Tuesday Diamonds, Jewelry, Umbrellas S . And . Sterling Silverware Sale 11 a. rn. nd2 p. m. The Best friend The Northwest Ever Had "The Road That Made the Northwest Famous." LEAVES BUTTE. For St. Paul and East, daily. 8 :'.o p.m. Great Falls local, daily.....o:oo a.m ARRIVES BUTTE. From St. Paul, daily.......1 s:30 a.m. From Great Falls and Helena, daily.............. 9:15 p.m. FULL INFORMATION FROM City Ticket Office, No. 41 North Main street, Butte. J. E. Dawson, General Agent. the next two weeks will be counted as the spring vacation. Will Keep the Herd. SPECIAL TO THE INTER MOUNTAIW. Kalispell, March :6.-The herd of buffalo belonging to the estate of the late Charles Conrad will be moved to a fine ranch of about 3ao acres which has been purchased in the Smith valley. This an nouncement is of considerable local inter est as it was feared at one time that Flat head county might lose the animals. Pittsburg. March 16.-Recorder C, Brown of this city, who tendered his resignation to Governor Pennypacker on Friday last, died suddenly at his home here lase Sunday. The immediate cause of death was ner vous prostration, caused, it is believed, by the unusual perturbed condition of politics in the county.