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Sargent Ferris, s692 Elektron Bldg., Ft. Wayne, Ind., and I personally assure every person who writes me, be they rich or poor, a prompt and courteous answer and enough of my precious Vital Life Fluid free to convince them that I have truly discovered the secret of long life and perfect health. AMUSEMENTS SUTTON'S BROADWAY THEATER Dick P. Sutton, Manager. 'Phone as. Two Nights, March 25-26 The Young Romantic Actor, S. MILLER KENT Presenting Nat C. Goodwin's Great Success, the Sowboy and the Lady By Clyde I.tch, with the entire original Kneckerbocker theater production. Marsh 27.98, Prlday and Satur. day Nights, Saturday Matinee. Wallace Munro Presents MRS. BRUNE In the Fascinating Romantic Love Play, "UNORNA" Written expressly for her by F. Marion Crawford and Espey Williams. STAR CAST INCLUDES Junius Brutus Booth, Erroll Dunbar, Frank Hennig, Claus Bogel, R. V. Percy, Otis Sherdon, Nancy Paget, Hilda Vernon, Ida Werner, Alice Forbes and others. Sumptuous production. Al. Onken UNION Manager TONIGHT FAMILY ,,.o THEATER And every algbht Under new manage. e ment. New scenery. PRICBS 1S, s5, a5, Soe "OLD MAN'S TROURLES" As a curtain raiser, and "UNDER THE 0ASPIPES" Roaring farce edmedy. New vaudeville songs, dances, sketches and acts; no waits; fun and laughing all the time. L bhildren's matinee Saturday, see, sae. CITIZENS' TICKET IN CITY ON HILL Aldermen Nominated by Fitf teen Delegates in 8ivalon Hall Assembled. JOHN COPPO, T. B. ELLIOTT AND GEORGE M'LEOD Committee on Platforms and Resolu tions Reoommends That Candidates for Aldermen Be Picked Who Would Work With the City Administra tion as It Now Stands. Last night fifteen delegates, represent ing the three wards of Walkerville, met in Sivalon hall and nominated candidates for aldermen on the citizens' ticket. The nominations made were as follows: First Ward-John Coppo, to succeed Alderman Thomas. Second Ward-T. B. Elliott; renomi nated. Third Ward-George McLeod, to suc ceed Alderman John Hamilton. The convention was to have been called to order at 8 o'clock, but owing to the delay in the arrival of the delegates it was con siderably later before anything was done. Two rising young boxers went four rounds as a sort of prelimninary to the main event. Everyone appeared pleased with the exhi bition. The following c'elegates were present: First Ward-C. L. McCary, John S. Medlin, Fred Waters, F. ,A. Dunnavan, John Coppo. Second Ward-George Dent, George Reichart, T. B. Elliott, D. C. Thackan, Joseph Locatelli. Third Ward-George McLeod, Henry Rundle, James Waters, John Hamilton, David Hendra. Committee Reports. The reports of the various committees were submitted and adopted. The com mittee on platform and resolutions rec ommended that candidates for aldermen be selected who would work in harmony with the city administration as it now stands. The new city central committee is as fol lows: First Ward-Fred Waters, J. B. Coppo, B. Speckbachcr, J. D. Medlin, Louis Gainor. Second Ward-G. B. Elliott, George Dent, J. Locatelli, George Reinhart, D. Cameron. Third Ward-David Hendra, A. G. Mc Intire, Richard Treleavin, Cyrus Retallick, John Hamilton. REGISTER TODAY. REGISTRY OFFICES IN 29 PRECINCTS IF YOU WANT TO VOTE FOR SCHOOL TRUSTEES APRIL 4, YOU MUIST REGISTER. The school election will take place Sat urday, April 4, and the registration ofces in the 29 precoincts into which the school district is divided opened this morning for Jbusiness. If you want to cast a vote for the three school trustees who are to be elected you should take care to register. The registration offices will close finally on Friday night at g o'clock. They will be open every day between the hours of 9 and is, z and S and 7 and g. The regis tration offices are as follows: Precinct t-Alice Conway, agent: of fice 38 West Daly street, Walkerville. Precinct a-Miss Lizzie Lee, agent; of fice rear iog East Daly street, Walkerville. Precinct 3-Mrs. Kate Norris, agent, of fice 9ga North Montana street, Centerville. Precinct 4-Ellen Crowley, agent; office is East Center street, Centerville. Precinct 5-Mary Sheehan, agent, office ao8 West Woolman street, Butte. Precinct 6-Miss Josie Holland, agent; office 35S East Summit street, Butte. Precinct 7-John M. Sullivan, agent; office 14 East Woolman street, Butte. Precinct 8-Katie Merkle, agent; office 31s West Quartz street, Butte. Precinct g-Lottie Smith, agent; office s47 East Granite street, Butte. Precinct so-Cecil H. Burke, agent; of ice McKee-Clark printing office, on West Granite street, Butte. Precinct ui-Miss Madge Sheehan, agent; office 4 East Broadway, Butte, Precinct ia-Mrs. M. Smith, agent; of fice Tallent block, Butte. Precinct s3.-Mrs. M. J. Dunn, agent; office 425 East Park street, Butte. • Precinct s4--Misa Bessie Snow, agent; office zoa South Arizona street, Butte. Precinct -s-0. M., Hall, agent; office 6aa West Park street, Butte. Precinct z6-E. M. Tower, agent; office 631 South Placer street, Butte. Precinct 17-Mrs. M. J. Geiger, agent; office 4s4 North Excelsior avenue, Butte. Precinct s8-Miss Pierce, agent; office 6a4 South Colorado street, Butte. Precinct g--Annie Sullivan, agent; of fice 19 East Platinum street, Butte. Precinct so-Lottie McDermott, agent; ofce 428 East Park street, Butte. Precinct as-Mrs. C. Jinks, agent; of Ace 70o South Arizona street, Butte. Precinct as-Mrs. Lulu Shephard, agent; office 703 East Galena street, Butte. Precinct s3-R. M. Hover, agent; of fice a41 Garden avenue, Butte. Precinct 84-Sarah J. Blend, agent; of fce 3r6ja Warren avenue, Butte. Precinct as-Mrs. Mary F. Rhodes, agent; office 65 Main street, Meaderville. Precinct ad6-Mrs. Mary Norton, agent; office zooo California avenue, Butte. Precinct a2-W. E. Headings, agent; of fice Boo Harrison avenue, opposite Glencoe saloon. Precinct aS-A, Rooheleau, agent; of fice Nine Mile house. Precinct ag-Mrs. R. T. Tretheway, agent; office near Davies' store, Will lameburg. Tariff Among the Boers. Bloomfontein, Mfarch as.--The repre sentatives of the Transvall and Orange River colony, Cape Colony, Natal and Rhodesia, have signed a customs conven tion providing foi a zo per cent preference in favor of Great Britain and reciprocating colonies1 CITY SCHOOLS ARE FINE AS THE BEST Butte is Justly Proud of Her System of Education and Material Equiprgent. MEN OF INTEGRITY HAVE MANAGED THE DEPARTMENT Something of the Work Done in the Past Six Years and of the Cost-Mo0r Than a Quarter of a Million Has Been Spent-Behooves City to Select Men Worthy of the Trust as Trustees. The fine school buildings of Butte are the wonder and the admiration of visitors from the East and other parts of the cons try and the pride of the city, and the school trustees of the Butte school district are justly regarded as very exceptional exemplars of civic virtue, business man agement and the high qualities of probity and integrity in office. It is not going a particle beyond the truth to say that the boards of school trus tees of Butte for the past four or six years have been composed of a personnel that is seldom equalled in the composition of any public body, and the magnificent school buildings, the excellent corps of teachers, the admirable system, the very gratifying educational results and the many other unusual features connected with the public schools are altogether due to that fact. This being the case, in order to perpetu ate the benefits now enjoyed, the public in the coming election should vote for men of equal capacity and equal fairness and high-mindedness. The public schools have been called the bulwark of civilization, and their preservation in a high state of effectiveness is conceded to be one of the most important duties of good citizenship. Butte Schools. At this time, when the school electibn is approaching, some facts concerning ti'e schools built during the past six years will no doubt prove of great interest to the public. While it is generally known that the public schools and school buildings of the district are of the best, the details very readily slip the memory. The school trustees in office now have erected nearly all if not quite all of the fine buildings which adorn the district, and so comfortably house the young of the people while the young idea learns to shoot, and they have in hand at present the construction of the new McKinley school building, which will be one of the finest in the collection when finished. Following is a list of the school houses built and furnished during the last six years and their cost: Grant School ................ $47,971.9o Webster School .............. 29,536.50o Greeley School and addition... 14,323.00 Hobart School ............... 2,337.80 Hobart School, rebuilt ....... 3,56j.so Emerson School ........... 7,857.50 Monroe School addition ...... s1,2so.oc Franklin School ...... ...... 45,(oo.oo Sherman School ............ 35,oo000.0o Jefferson School .... ........ 17,343.o0 Building sites .............. 34,o000o.oo Total ...... ... .. ......$25P,183.ao Recently Completed. Among the schools most lately com pleted are the Monroe addition, the Emer son, the Greeley addition, the Franklin and the Sherman. They are all fine schools, as will be admitted by any one who takes the trouble to visit them and look over their architecture. The McKinley school building, now be ing built, will be completed and ready for occupancy by the scholars and teachers by the opening of the next school term. it is located on West Park street in a fine site, convenient for the pupils who will at tend it. This building will comfortably accommo date 85o scholars and will be the place of employment of 17 teachers, having class rooms. At a pinch it will furnish seating room for as many as I,ooo pupils, and it will add a great deal to the school room of the district. It will cost when finished $58,55o. The foundation will cost $16,4oo and the su perstructure of two stories will cost $42, 2oo. Its construction was begun last Oc tober. The citizens of Butte have already placed in nomination for trustees to be voted on at the coming election three capable and upright gentlemen in the persons of IH. A. Gallwey, P. J. Brophy and E. A. Ford, who, if elected, will succeed the pres ent trustees, D. J. (;Giard, Henry Mueller and G. E. Moulthrop, whose terms of office will expire. It is admitted that these gen tlemen are qualified In every way to carry on the Butte public schools upon the high Iplane marked out during the past six years, and their election should be insured by the public. "The Altar of Friendship." London, March as5.-Mrs. Madelin Ryley's play, "The Altar of Friendship," was produced at the Criterion theater here last night and was favorably received. SPRING HOUSECLEANINO TIME is here now, when the freshness of violet, primrose and crocus will shame your soiled wall papers, and the sunshine will show up its defects. Our new spring styles in pretty patterns, new designs and lovely colorings will enable you to deco. rate your walls in accordance with the beauty and freshness of spring at a low figure. CARDER WALL PAPER CO. C. V. PRANZMAN, Prop, 115 W. Park St. Phone 10, MOVING THE JEWS INTO GREAT WEST Plan to Send Emigrants to the Empty Lands Who Come to Chioago. LOCAL MEN ARE IN TOUCH WITH EASTERN SOCIETIES But Very Few Jews, for Some Reason, Stop in Butte-Henry Jonas Says the Majority of Those Migrating Beyond the Mississippi Go Through to the Coast-Movement Is a Good Thing. ,Y ASSOCIATDn rFras. Chicago. March as.-The Chronicle says today: The Jews who migrate to the 'United States and come to Chicago to make their homes will be invited to con. tinue their journey West if the plans of the Chicago Removal Industrial society, which was orgnized last night, succeed. The Jews expect the movement to result in great good. 'I ,ey say the congested condition of the Ghetto will be relieved, and the Jews will be urgeu to seek homes in the country and in the villages and small cities of the \vest. The organiza tion is similar to one int New York. Of)ices will be established in the Ghetto district. Correspondence with the manu facturers in the smaller cities and villages will be conducted and an attempt will lihe made to secure positions for the Jews wno would like to leave Chicago. Henry Jonas, one of the leading lie brews of the city, when shown the dis patch, said: "There are a large number of Jews headed for the West, but very few of them stop at Butte. hlie majority go through to the coast cities. "'lhe society mentioned in the dispatch was organized in New York city a nuttber of years ago, and the establishment of a branch in Chicago is, I think, a good thing. "I and others in this city are constantly in comtmunication with the New York society, and when opportuntty offers we suggest the sendngll of lment here. One condition is that all those sent out shall Ie capable of self-maintenance and in such conditiqn by means of their avocation that they will not become a lurdeln upon the comlmunity or the Ilebrew colony." REGISTER TODAY. TO CARRY WATER 140 MILES INTO CITY OF 'FRISCO Franklin K. Lane Wants Department of Interior to Give Him Use of Two Natural Reservoirs. IY ASSO('tAIrED 1'RI.R. New York, March a5.-llon. Franklin K. I.ane, recently a candidato for goverlnor of California, is In New York. Ilis mis sion in coiming to the East is to secure fromt the &lepartmcdl of the interior the iight to use two reservoir sites In the 1 etntitc park as a source of water supply fr San Francisco. Applications were -made two years' ago by the mayor of San Francisco, but were rejected. The city now renews the alli cation in its own nanlle. If they are granted the water supply will lie owned I.y the municipality. Ilans aiil esti mates have already been made which call for an expenditure of $4o,000o,o000. I genral outline the scheme is to hold back in giant reservoirs the waste flood waters of the Toulomne river, andil by canals atln pipes carry the water across the San Joaquii valley anld utnder San Fr:ancisico bay, a distance of 14o miles. The new charter of San Francisco makes it mantldatory that the iquestionl of municilpal ownership of the water supply shall lie submitted to a vote of the people, andl it is in conformity with that direr tion that the plans of the 'I'uolonliie river scheme are taken up. SALE 'OF PUREBRED STOCK IN HELENA ON MAY 6 Will Be Held in Montana Annually Here after-Pace Talks on the Prospects. SPiPCIAI. TO TII IN1P.K MSOINTAIN. Helena, March aS.-Tl'he purebred cattle sale to lbe held in Helena, May 6, promises to be well attended by cattleomen from all over the s4ate. Sixty-five head will be offered for sale. The success of the sale .,ems to be assuredl. Secretary J. W. Pace of the Montana Registered ' Cattle Breeders' association says that hereafter these sales will lie held in Montana annually. The Montana cat tie that have been contributed .for the first sale to be held, May 6, are as follows: lerefords--F. L. L. Benepe, Bozeman, 26; ;. C. Eckley, Bozeman, a; Witmer Broth ers, Augusta, 4; P. W. Bradford, Great Falls, 3; John V. Wellcome, Whitehall, i'). Total, 45. Shorthorns-Glenn Morgan, Bozeman, 3; William McDonnell, Bozeman, 5; J. F. Wilkin5 Bozeman, 4; George W. Pew, Illcena, 2; 'P. W. Bradford, Great Falls, 7. Total, a1. REV. COBURN'S SERMON AT MOUNTAIN VIEW CHURCH God's Gift to the World of His Only Be gotten Son Is the Text-Rev. Growett Conducts Services. 'There was a large audience present at the address by the Rev. Coburn at the Mountain View church last night. T'he evangelist spoke from the text "For God so loved the world that lie gave Hlis only b(egotten son, that whosoever believeth in llim shall have everlasting life." T'he theme of the sermon was, "l.ift Up Jesus." The Rev. Growett of Denver, who has been conducting a series of gospel meet ings at Anaconda, took charge of the ser vices at the conclusion of Coburn's ad dress and continued to speak from the same text. Dr. Coburn's meetings will be held regu larly every night this week at the Moun tain View church. Palma's Message. Havana, March a5.-The message of President Palms regarding the amended reciprocity treaty was read In the senate yesterday. F. A. Whitney Baby Go-Carts and Carriages Are the Best WEBSTER defines the word best as meaning "Most goodI having ood •h dollreo." Fortry yersof leadernshp ortl w.noui fam vehi is ao eisbllnhed their rlrht to tnh proude dhstl tion of being absolutely the best. Make no mistake, I you want the best you want a "Whitney." If you want a "Whitney" we are sole agents for their sale In Butte, Note that with aN their adva e over any and al other makes we are selling them quite as low and in most instances lower than you pay elsewhere for other makes. We have them from $4.5o to $38.oo. Go-Cart Reclining Go-Cart Like This Cut Like This Cut Oak bodly, htrrl wheel, rubbrr tires, Reed lbody, mattress cushion, par. Whitney patent anti-friction wheel naol anti rod, all steel rtnhMer tired fastener, acroll springs, foothrake, wheels, Whitn, y platent foothbrake, enamewlfinish, enwncl finih, oak grr oak green or maroon color .$12.00 or maoon .olo ........... $1. 0 Reclining Go-Cart Reclining Go-Cart Like This Cut Like This Cut Reed varnished body, pretty reedl Witsh iireld l1 , elihorate scrolls in braided scroll wi ,rk on ~ idk,l back a l r.le anII wovncly ivory hi, e varxihtcl footrest, mattres t c r him , plaras,,l i r s , sma ll th ..ad like rc.as, hiKh and rcil l. t ie rt,, r Tlir wlitls, grade s.t. rlubber tire whetls, patent ''iishedl in green or ulti fric tion | .enrs, richtr. i maron e . ......... $20.00 ral r....$2 50 Mall Us Your Orders--We Pay the Freight. Brownfield=Canty Carpet Co. 18 to 51 West Park, 11 to 13 West Galena Street, Butte. Attend Leyson's Big Auction Sale Today ALL CUT GLASS AND STERLING SILVERWARE MUST GO HANDSOME INVITATION TO EAGLES' HIGH MUCKAMUCK Del Cary Smith of Spokane Will Cer tainly Attend the Grand Union Here When He Gets It. The invitation to Del Cary Smith of Spokane, the grand worthy president of the Eagles, to attend the grand lodge ses sion in Butte, will be forwarded today. The invitation is engraved on a thick copper plate 4x6% inches. The plate is decorated with the symbols of the order. At the top of the plate appears the eagle, which is the principal emblem of the society, while directly below is the invita tion, worded as follows: "Del Cary Smith, G. W. P., F. O. E., Spokane, Wash: "The Ilutte aeric invites you to join in entertaining the state grand lodge of the F. 0. E., which will meet in this city on April 8 and 9, 1903, and also in vites you to participate with the aerie in the celebration of the fourth anniversary celebration of the institution. Yours, L., T., J. and E., J. M. Kinkle, W; P.; W. M. Erler, W. S.; Peter Sanger, D. D. G. P." Only an Accomplice. BY ASSOCIATED PRES3. Rome, March as.-The Russian named Michael Goetz, who has been arrested at Naples is, it seems, only accused of com plicity in the recent murder of the Rus sian minister of the interior, M. Siplaguin. A semi-official note issued by Italy says Goetz will not be extradited unlest it is proved he is guilty of a non-political crime. ROUTINE BUSINESS AT MEETING OF TRUSTEES School Dada Pass Upon Payroll and Bills and Hear Report of the Superintendent. At the m..ting of the school trustees last evening there was little business trans. acted. Superintendent of Schools Young's sno.ithly report for the molnth ending March eo, showed a total enrollment of pupils in the schools of 7,401. There were 3,608 boys and 3,793 girls. The average daily attendance was 5,688, the percentage of attendance 94 and the percentage of punctuality 99. The school trustees elected as substitute teachers Miss Nancy Hardenbrook and J. A. Rueger. The teachers' monthly payroll of $z$, 932.70 was passed upon and warrants drawn for the money; also for bills amounting to $68.70. Socialist Rally. Mr. Mills, the socialist orator, held his second political rally at the Auditorium last night. There was a large audience present during the meeting and quite a bit of enthusiasm was displayed. The speaker told a number of amusing anec dotes and kept his auditors in an excel lent humor. Miller Gets 1100. In the suit of George Miller against M. M. Meyer to recover $sao for services as custodian of an attached stock of goods the jury in Judge Clancy's court late yes. terday afternoon awarded Miller $seo.