Newspaper Page Text
THE STRENUOUS LIFE
SF: Danald A, Ryan, Who Lives the Strenuous Life, Says DI[b'j Puro Mal Whiskey Strengthens and Sustains . lPyltre, e , and Invigorates and Rests His Brain, DIANIIE. R. RYAN. Mr. Ryan, whose home I at Ilruckton, Muss.. says: "Before T uses Duffy's purl hill Whiskey I wa;l completely run down from overwork. I could not sleep and I was aýt~nat a nervous wreck. A. soon as I began using l)uTfy's Pure Malt Whiskey I eno v.ttl restful sleep. It has cured me of my nervousness, and I do not have that tired. u.t feeling. It has toted up nmy system and I inm now feeling bctter than I ever did hi my life, thanks to your great medicine." Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey it an absolutely pure. gentle and invigorating tlimtilant and tonic, builhls up the nerve (.isues, tones ul the heartl. gives power to thei(. rainl, strength anld elasticity to the uIllseles and richness to the bloodI. It brings into action iall the vitail force., it ,makes igieatinn peeril . a;id I tablles you to get froi the fnod yiou eat the noutrishmeltrit it ;aesis. It ii int.i.nahle for overw0rked aen. delicatei woumen and sickly children. It strengthens an:d sustailns the systemI, is a promoter of 4umnd health antd lonigevity, atakes the ., ll llug lad rkeepl the youIng stro.ng. l)ufify) I'tire . alt \\hikey cures rough, . icull, r coitint. ptioit, grip. Imronchiti., pIi.tmnri.l. andi all :1 diseases ,1i o IIh throat and Itull .. It contains in funse nil and is the only .thiskey rcttligni/t'dl by the governmitmenti :as a medical..e. This is a guaranteo'e. ;.osn ,h,.itr. prev,.riei anaIl ,.o hilspital., use Iutilly's I're \lalt \Vlthikey ex chlsively, LAI"Iht i- -Wh\\'lien you ak fr ImT.lf'v I'u ore\,tl. \\'lhi,ksky l.re stir ,iii ;let the genuine. Ii.'rtuptlous Icale.rs. mindful of he,. excellence of this. prepa;ration., ill try to e'll )yo cn a lali tihia ; f aut iil sr i o c;allhd i .1alt \\'hiskey stutbtll t:i ws hilch ate ptlt OiI the m.arket for profit onmly. and which, far rom relietving the Nick, are p,,sitivwly buar,'ful. Iemtunul I "nlmy.s" and bie sutre you get it. It is the wily ah;,litely' mpure malt ,ins k.i y lhich .onta.liun nuilliciaal. health .wii:~ g uttalities. I.nklk fir the trade mtark. "The m ild Ih mie.t." on the lIabetil. 'Ihe geuini e I l )'., lture MI alt Whitisk is ill, by all dru.ggist and grocers, or direct, \\ri.: ie r ire, medical bitokle't t'ott; i-io. .y'itlymptms and treatlment of ach diTseAse andsi cA in t tiQUoniai to the AaEtty NMallt tiskey . Rochester. N. Y. J1ONTANA LIQUOR CO., SELLING AGENTS, BUTTE au "The Train for Comfort" North Western Limited every ighit in the year Ibetwcen Ihin, eapr li r St. Paul and ( hicago '4t The 'sh'rt line between these three great citier. IBefore Mtarting on a trip--no mat ter where-write for interestinK in farmatinl about comfortable travel. B. A. GRAY, Gen. Agent, Helena, Mont. T. W. TEASDALB General Passengr Agent St. Paul, Minn. Spring Wagon and Harness ,heap. Mining Tools Household Goods, new and old. We Pack, Store, Ship or Exchange Your Household Goods. New Steel Ranges to exchange for old stoves and furniture. -0[O. O[f ISLI, g. '". STANDAiR The latest, products of the Pullman shops are now run ning every nigh t between Chicago, St. Paul and Minne apolis on the new electric lighted "Great Western Limited." These cars are extra large and easy riding, the interior furnishings are of a simple elegance which appeals to all. All berths are supplied with electric lamps for reading. The dressing rooms are large and commo dious. For further In formation apply to J. P. Elmer, General Passen ger Agent, Chi cago, ill. The Best friend The Northwest Ever Had "The Road That Made the Northwest Famous." LEAVES BUTTE. For St. Paul and East, daily. 8:oro p.m. Great Falls local, daily.....so:oo a.m ARRIVES BUTTE. From St. Paul, daily....... s:30 a.m. From Great Falls and Helena, daily ..... p:Sp.m. FULL INFORMATION FROM City Ticket Office, No. 41 North Main street, Butte. J. E. Dawson, General Agent WIL BE A SKATER Four-Year Old Boy Who Promises to Become a Phenomenon. This little boy is built along sturdy lines and his father looks forward to the time when he will be amateur champion skater of the Northwest. The little fellow's name is Joseph J. Byrne and he is the 4-year-old son of J. OSFPIII /. II)'RVII. T. lyrne,. who has been promlinently con ercled with the Itttie Street Uailw;y com pany fur tihe past i. year.. Jo.,. ;a.s hisi parcents know hiim, reached hi 4ith .!irthday on .March i6, anld on that ucca.sion gave a party to a numbii r of his youll friends. They all had a grand time, lttI that lges without saying. Mr. Blyrnle. Jo'.s father. is owner of the -katliln ril.k, aind hint.(li all expert skater. Ie intelnds teaching his boy tlhis splendid ;lrt, til anyone canll ee fruii the pic ture he. ion't ha:ve a Ihard stilject. to v ork on. RESOLUTION Adopted by Dutte Clerks' Protective Union No. 12. A. L. U. \,I J a.. An it~idli.us attempt has b!' iiad. iby the ..choul trustvee, of Ana. ct itll anl lliutte to intfrittge th rights sof .ig -- a 'r I.g tcho l iteac'her. in the mailtter of Iunitig with their fellow work er,: :i I. iti ,h. rea. this outlrageoul s pro 'ripltiil litrci the ulnited df iicnlitatioun of :ll! wait e Cea.rli.er Thr,,fore. lie it re,lv ed by (Clerks' Union.i No. I1, A. I.. L '.. that it erelly urge. all tile eillers, male anil fetiale, i c regi.str or the ctiiing school election ; sail registrationi will take place March I.. -ll I .l 7. lie it fturt.her I.le lved, Thllt this unlion appeals to kinlirel utiitton, to take similar aciion and have tleir fellow crafstinen and sylliathlizers registered so that they will hl prepared to caist their ballots for sclhol tru.,tee.s on April for canldidates, Ilannai;lin. Kinf and McMullen, as a pro test against this pre.umptiluous interfer enice with the conoilon rights of citizen shipl, T. II. YhuiNtG, President. II. l.A.Mll I ,kt'lrit Secretary. GETS JUDGMENT ON NOTE AND MORTGAGE Charles L. Larsen Allows Suit on Fore closure to Go by Default in the District Court. I. Anderson secured judgmenit on a note and mortgage against Charles .. Lar senl for the suti of $8.i6.au and interest, anid an attorney's fee of $75,. in short order in Judge llarney's court this morning. The judgmiient was granted on the plaint ii'ls prooufs, the defendan.t failing to make a ilefense in the case. Mr. Anderson took the sland and testl fled as to the claim against the defend ant. lie stated that the note anid anort gage against ILarsen was for the sutn of A t1,37 originally, bearing interest, aiwl that a balance of $816,90 was still due. Th illortgage was itade on Otctobulr 23, The attorney for the plaintiff, lawyer Wallace, stated that a provision for an attorney's fee was made in thein the case, and that it had tixed that sitm at $15u, lie was asked to make lproof by the court, and put Attorney l.angford on the stand. The latter testified that the work in the case periormed by Mr. Wallace was rea sonably worth the sum of $75, and the court entered judgment accordingly. CAVE-IN IN THE WEST COLUSA A small cave in the \Vest ('olusa mine yesterday afternoon resulted in ugly in juries suffered by Henry Jones, a miner, The man, who was taken to Murray & Freund's hospital, was severely cut on the right forearm. Ilis right foot was also crushed to some extent. This is tlhe fourth case in three dlays where miniers have been injured by fallinig rocks or tint her, their hurts invariably beinig on the right side. The victim had his right foot crushed. A motion has been made in the district court in the divorce suit of Annie R. Gor man against E, F.. Gorman asking the court to advance the cause for trial. SY ASSOCIATED PREas. Trolley Concession. Granted in Peru. I.imia, Peru, March a..-The govern. unent has granted to a local sytndicate the roncessiouit for an overhead trolley with double tracks between Lima and Callao, the principal seaport in Peru. DESERTED DURIKG THEHONEYMOON Marital Experience of Young Woman Who Was Wedded at Age of 10 Years. OLD 'HER STORY IN THE DISTRICT COURT Mrs. Boinier Was Wedded in March and , n September Following Her Spouse Levanted, Leaving Her to Shift for 'Herself-Granted a Divorce and Al . lowed to Resume Maiden Name. ?lmarrhid in March and deserted in Sep tetubcr is the story of the young lift of It May I.aretta Boinlier, who twas ,','d in Judge Ilarncy'; court this iio,,n,., and these vital event, occurre.l when she, was only 16. She did tint look over gA this morning when she was telling her t al of unfortunate experiences to the o.,t t. .rs,. Boinier, who is now May l.aurctta Harrington, having been restored to her malircln name by the court, told her story without any show of feeling, and did not sentl to ,be much concerned with what had happened to her, or with the scene she wat liguring in as the principal character. 'Ihere ,was no embarrassment in her ma.uler, and nn signs of sensitive shrink ing: from the role she was required to play, neither was there any apparent regret at the treatment meted out to her so early In life by William Boinier, the man" who married her in the spring and took fight from her in the fall. She looked and talke,! in a matter of fact manner that indicated that the spoiling of love's young dream for her had not left a very deep impression, or had been accepted with a degree of resig nation that had smoothed the matter over itlh little suffering. ,Y s. Boinier took the stand in her own A halt to make proofs of Boinier's deser it upon his default in the case. and site was supported by a male friend. The lawyer in. the case said that the marriage of the Boiniers took piece at Butte in March, 1899, and that Boinier had aban doned his wife in September of that year and continued to abamnthn her at date. lie also stated that the complaint asked for the restoration of the lady's maiden name. 'then he asked the youlng woma:lnt what her name was, anid she absently replied: lMay L.auretta Harrington." 'That's your mlaidenl name. I mean your precsnt nalie," the attornley suggested. and the witres replied that her name was May p. uretta loinier. 'Ilow old are you?" "Twenlty years old." \\here did you live with your hus bond?" "At Anaconda." "Do you kntow anly cause for his leaving .\ in all other such case; the lady was i t illy in the datk as to the cause for the desertion. "l)id your ltu, hand:l write or e cnl any explanation of hi, baltndo.in.nt '?" the law yer asked. "No, sir." "l1o,' long is it since lie dIC.rted you?" " \ho)t foutr years." ' IlJs he ever contrilbuted anlything for your sulpport in that time ?" "Nouthing at all." 'I huen the young mlan., who was tannted lik.' a haypitcher, took the stand and testi fied that lie knew BIoinier for five years, s-il that he knew Iloinier had never sup. ported his wife after Ivavilng her. 'lit you know that he left her?" the attortney inquired. 'th. yes; I kinow le left her all right," lMe *itness replied. 'l.et the judgment he entered." said the court, and the case was concluded. CLEW TO GOLD BAR ROBBERS Express Detective on the Trail of Two Suspects. B. ASSOCIATED P'RISS. 1 .troit. March .,s.-Chief of Detectives Mhlromill states he was satisfied that twol men, seen at the union depot Wednes day light and who were acting suspicious ly, are the persons who stole the gold bar from the express truck. McDl)onnell says he has learned that A-Ctenger Dean, after loading the four -oll ,ars on a truck, walked around a corner of the room and sat where lie could not see the truck while waiting for hist Irain for Buffalo, which was late. A Reliable Remedy, proved by thousands of suf. ferers to be unequaled for dispelling disorders of the stomach and liver, is IBeecham's Pills Sold Everywhere. In boxes 10O. sad s, No Wall Paper Stock In this wide world could contain nuore real merit or artistic hbeauty in proportion to its size and the prices at Hilach it is sold than ours. No stock in the city will compare with it in extent or up-to-dateness. SCHATZLEIN PAINT CO. 14 West Broadway. STRIKE IS STILL 01 Messenger Boys Who Are Out Perfect Organiza tion of Company. The boys who are out on a strike against the Western Union and the A. D). T. companies have now perfected the organisation of the new menssenger con cern, and are established in Room i6o of the Pennsylvania block. The new com pany is called the Union Messenger com pany, and intends to carry on the messen ger business on its own account. At pres ent all calli are received by telephone. There are Ja boys employed by the Union Mlessenger company, which includes all that went oI a strike when the A. I). T. comlilpany refused to grant the new .schedutle of wages. and they are now receitiiig the amount asked for andl working but eight hours a day. It was t:ated at the onlce of thli te.vi comllpan; y this morningltt that a good bletin-. was in pro'spect as they had already re ceiv,.d ia larc, iIunlheri of calls :ntl see('mcJ to ivte satisifactti i ti their patron:r. It it saidl that there are aome substantial Insi ne.s to.u' lichinrl the scheme nc o will see that the venture is a paying priopoitinot. It has not yet been decided i hether or not the new company will put in call l,oxes. but for the time bIeing. at least. all orders will be taken over the telephone. It was stated at the office of the \\' tern Utiion COImpIany that five meni had ht en hirel yesterday to deliver ie.u s.es for the Western P nior, but fonms ,i them had quit work last Itight. Ther.' has beenl slome trouble onr account of the ,boy establishing a guard or "picket," as it is called, for the purpose of followinst tihe nelvw mlessengers about andt keeping tail on the number of messages carried. Yester day the guard outside the W\'estern Union ofice was dispersed under threat oi arrest. 'Ihere were several rumitors of clas,.cs 'between the nlon-union ttessetngers and "pickets," but no contirmtation was to lie had from either side of the controversy. One sad-looking man turned up at the offices of the American labor union last night and stated that he had beetn at work for the A. D. T. all day, but had decided to quit, as he did not enjoy tihe sensation of being "bawled out as a tcal,." He had been out ofi ork, Ihe said., and as he ha , a wife to supplort and a younllg IhIaby to care Ior. Ihe had taken thie posiitio in despera tiot, hlping to be able to keep gtoing tuttii he tothul secure other employmen;lt. The otelcia!s of the American i.ahur uiioan told hi.l that they would do all in their power to scCtre himt profitable employment some wllhere. all tie man went away Iouki:ng reliceved. l:ight b,,ys are expected over fto.u, . ira. conllda tomlorrlow to oitt tie local niionl of ties.,'iger and pin bloys.. Manager Posey of tihe \\ ester, L'nion, said thij mIIrnling hat there hal heeilI no further iLdevcIlipntetits an tar as t)te cont pin:y. was Icontcerni'd, and that theIy were delivering Iheir nl, .,sa.ues right alolng, the s:Illmel as ever. ABOUT .UTTE Orton lirns. Pt'iauo and organs. L ' ,, :uotin of (:arl l , .iwh, C'Un tes, Statei, disrict atturnIy. the cases of the I'nite, i "rtile 14ph.tC.: L. It I.ehcher anI I. I.. ftick;,rd, whs. -owere indb'ted 1Y the ;,'rand jury fur s.'llin li. ul r to i111dia;1, al; e it.lle tr'u fr.red t t h tilt federal court at e.lCna fior trial. I.ipptsccott & Darrow, .'a, Pennsylvania block. .\ suit for dlivorce has been begun in the district court by William Chint against .\lice ('hiu. The complaint states that the thino. uscre married inl Cornwall, lit y:l ,In . it I1,7,. andt that thie diefenl dant de sentred the plaintilit live ilonltLhl after the Alex Mal:el, Attlrney, tod l'clisylva h.ia bldg. Nothing but the very highest colnmenda tiors are heard from all classes in speaking 'of the Harrison Mutual Burial association. The assessments imposed only when the treasury is empty, and no assessments on children until to years old. With this extremely mild expense for certificate of membership and all officials connected with it are non-salaried, and best of all, tried and true citizens of our city, highly respected, enjoying the fullest confidence of neighbors and friends alike, not a jot or syllable of fear as to its stability and per manence is even thought of by those who declare for or solicit membership. It has only to be explained to bring all within its beneficent protection. Justice of the Peace Danzer has been made the defendant in a suit in the dis trict court by G. O. Roemler, who asks the court to compel the justice to refrain fromt releasing certain money from the hands of the sherit, which the latter attached in a suit in Dancer's court in which Roemler sued to recover $.ja from J. S. Gordon. All persons having business to transact with the California Powder Works will please apply to C. H. Ring, care Montana Hardware company. \'est Park. 'Timekeeper Tebn of the Pennsylvania mine has been made the subject of a warn ing ltter issued from the county attorney's othice at the iinstance of several people who allege tihat T'bio makes a practice of reck lessly shomuting at every dou that passes the minel . lie wtas warned to iscOllntinue tile practice (ll pain of arrest and pirose ctition, J. G. Bates., tuner, Montana Music com pany. No za9 North Main. Jerome CharctLe, a convict from Teton county, was lodged in the county jail to day on his way to state prison at Deer Iodge. He was brought to Butte by Slier .iff Tay'lor of the county tanted and taken on ,his way to the place of stone walls and iron bars this afternoon. The coin mitmuent showed that Charette had been convicted of grand larceny and had been senlltenced to serve one year ill prison. A pleasant sunrprise party was given Arthur Pauly at his home, 6,19 South Idaho street. March :4. The guests were: Hazel Donell, Mary Fergerson, Clara Fer gersol, Ella McNeil, Bessie Jennings, Hyla G;arwood,l Opal Trapp. Verna Trapp, Kath crine McCullen, Charles Fitzpatrick, Christ Hoffman, August Hoffmlan, Albert Conrad, North Stuart. William Hambly, Leo Pauly, Samuel Hambley, Louis Gar wood, George O'Donell. W, M. Bell, the United States railway mall clerk who was shot at the time of the robbery of the Burlington ,train on the Northern Pacific tracks at Hiomestake, has recovered from his wounds and to day resumed his run. The April Argosy, "The magazine of good stories." You can get themt today and also Thile Smart Set, Ainslee's, Wide , orld, Pearson's, Family Library. and other late magazines, at the P. O. News Stand, No. s7 West Park, ...TIIE... Planola Was Made so Everyone Could Use the Piano ifth net t trange that ANY ONE should delay Investlgrthag as inetru. smet which makes the p:wne so useful sad Is eapable of giing so much prm. bIe enjoyment? Ali visitors are welcome whetbe curiosity or an intention to purchase erompts the visit. The Pianol can be purehased on monthly pymentats. Sots only by MONTANA rIUSIC CO. sip North Main Street LATEST in BOOKS "STAR I)RI·, 11ER," fly Castle. "lA.:\)Y RUS;' LDAG(;HTER," by Mlrs. ilunplhrey Ward. "CONFI:SSbINS OF A WI FE," by Mary Ad:nts. "LOV'Y MARY." by author of Mrs. W\iggs of the "Cab baIs: Patch." EVANS' BOOK STORE S 14 N. MAIN ST. All Double Stamp Whiskies Old Re.sve Gteeo River Old 6row Goekeonlmer Gleamere Old Nale Branmly. 24 years old; Im portcd Scotch Apricot Brandy; all kinds of Californiaa % anes and Bran dies. All Ai goods at low prices. PRANK WALKER'S LIQUOR HOUSE 12 W. Park Street a * a Butte Expert Embalming CARErUL. PAINSTAKING Funeral Directors THE MONTANA LNDERTAKING CO. Tnoe. Lavelle. Prop. Thos. Sullivan. Mgr. 125 E. Park. Phones BROWN Still in town extracting teeth without pain. Formerly Bal timore Block, now perman ently located In SIODAIR BLOCK. Richards THE BUTTE UNDERTAKER Iiilkcl Ir-ssitikcr r.d Emlolmer 140 W. FerkSt., Cftte. Piae 307. Sla Million Dollars Spent by the U.P.R. R. Co. In improving whiat was originally the inest track in the West. RBESULT A comparatively straight and levt& roadbed ballasted with dustless Shcr man granite, rendering possible the highest rate of speed, together with the greatest degree of safert. The magnitude of the "nork must be sees to be appreciated. WHAT DOES I'" MEAN? :olid comfort, security and pleasure to our patrons. ARE YOU GOINH EAST? If so, you :annot afford to go via any other than this ROYAL HIGHWAY. Further informaslon on application personally or by letter t, H. O. WILSON, O. S. L, Butte. Moatana. DR.. T. G. HEINE Speol.iet E;s, Ear, Nose and Throat Diseases of men and woman. Office o04 and sol Pennsylvania block, W. Park stre:t. Office tel., ge9, . Residence 6s6 S. M:ntana street. 'Phone asiM. DR. HUIE POCK I Thirteenth doctor of Cams from grand. father down. Born and schooled I the profession. Treate all diseases, making n rpecialty of chronic troubles. Consult me, say Sout', Maln t. J. D. M'GRBOlR, VETERINARY SURGEO-.. Honorary graduate of the Ontario Vet,. inary College of Toronto, Crnada. TresU all diseases of domesticated animals re. cording to scientific principles. Offce at :darlow's stables, to4 South Main street, Telephone is9* idl eases preomw ly attended to.