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PIANOS T'.rough half a cc:tury thc) have stood tr ttritv of T'( N : antd culr.l'y of \.l the 1 .. h1.r hll 1 ' ,,1 Skill acllliradl h , 1 I \ts it. ( i -.:,r all n, .iI r.|t' i -t2n ;,r' , pet 2 t . 'lt .N 1. n d1 c nt Srn. ,.; tio,. \n ) F tý.Mlay. MONTANA 1'USIC CO. Sole Agents 1 q North Ilain Street, I MAGAZI S and fashion Books ARRIVE DAILY \ll K ind tI \11 .0 , a l \\1 Ii 1 * I .1 \ l I I Il . EVANS' BOOK STORE 114 North Main Street. All Double Stamp Whiskies Old Reserve ereen River Old 4row Gookenhimer Glenmore C('d.1 a2.i' TrIny. l . 4 years old ; Iln. polt I .ctch AIricrt lranty; all kind tf (' liforni; \\nr s ura l t ran. di'.s. All A.\ goudt at !l., prices. PFRNK WALKER'S LIQUOR HOUSE 12 W. Park Street a • a Butte Expert fmbalming CAREFUL, CL PAINSTAKING funeral Directors THE MONTANA LNDERTAKING CO. Tnos. Lavello, Prop. T'hos. Sullivdanl, Mgr. 125 E. Park. Phone RI BROiWN Still in town extracting teeth I without pain. Iormerly Bal-* timore Block, now perman ently located in SHODAIR BLOCK. Elt Richards . TILE BUTTE UNDERTAKER I Itsl ti Lr.eertaikcrnd Embalmer 140 I. ParkSt., Butte. sPae 307. N Six Million Dollars Spent by the U. P. R. R. Co. In improving w ;at w'. originally the t (nest track inl the WV at. d RESULT A coumparativel, straight and levt e o;tdl ed ballh.ted with dustless Shcr man gr.nite, rendering possible the bighcst rr;e of speed, together with the grcr;eat degree of ufet). The anagnitide of the .'ork must be senal to be, appreciated. WHAT DOES I"' MEAN? ',lid comfort, security and pleasure to our patlrons. ARE YOU GOING EAST? If so, you cannot sRord to go via any other than this ROYAL HIGHIWAY. Further information on applicatio. pcrcnally or by letter to hI. 0. WILSON, O. S. L, ButLo, Montalas. DR. T. G. HEINE Spelallst E;te, Ear, Nose and Throat Diseasee of men and womenl. Office o04 and so5 Pennsylvania block, W. Park strc:t. Office tel., 89sO . Residence 616 S. M!ntane strcet. 'Phone 7a2M. DR. HUIE POCK Thirteenth doctor of China from grand. father down. Born and schooled i the profcssion. Treats all diseases, making a specialty of chronic troubles. Consult nc. ray Sout:h Main St. J-. D. M'SBEQOR, VETERINARY SURGEO.;. Honorary graduate of the Ontario Vete,. Inary College of Toronto, Cr.nada. Tlrets all diseases of domesticated animals re. eneding to solentils prlnolples. Ol5o at Marlow's stables, so4 bouth Manl treet. Telephola g. All ease proesge ly ttlendedt to. DEPEW SAYS COUNTRY NEEDS MORE VESSELS By s,,rJ' IV%1D I.I'SC. SI'w York, Mtarch 17.-MNIrc t11321 300 4 ý r w , : · : ShN V.41 oR I).'·Ii-I. ,litltlfr of the Transportation club last uijh. `calu ( hauncey M. 1 )cpew, (;( prc Wrri dviit cf the clib, iprc.idiug. Amongii thuose :t I li gIcst%* t~alue were, N ixOn. ,iiVLlaa Sclbwab and J. l:dward Senntor 1 )cgeew. nrter speaking nf the LIlIER OF WOLY ES BORN AT COLUMBIA CUBS WILL FURNISH AMUSEMENT I FOR VISITORS AT THL POPULAR RESORT NEXT SUMMER. 1 h r p u b, i , i n t f r e - i i n t h e ( ', ,T t t i i . 1 ; , r - d, 1 1i, h., 1; , i,,fy L , lt oi h ii .'1 It a I. ' d.,',l1 1,11 I,%- th,' tlt it six /I1!." 11"!1 I' tui'.,/ Jit 1 t'1' ",.t' 1," ,. ii.. !!c t ' ) d , ,I1, i ,, n " 11t , I ti, ; ,. lt lt tIIt I I*I ' t , .111 I t :1 1 st ; lw irt1 \\cl re d4 ,111 \v, II ;: ,1 <l pt,,l.,,-l.:" t,, ""1,,.1 1';, ' .I , ith ,11, I . c h d , 1r,,. t 1il'.0 t ' t ,, 1 1, ,.,li, .. t 111 it ,,, I,, 1 5.. 11l, I r i v ,II L 1 .11 4 h ii1 t~ 1.1 , li iio iaa 1'tlt Iaa ' th h l .;111 ii i l \ d .lieht th-,111 . h b t Ire ewit e -.i nutl to111es. It ir I.r ho L h ,ul t h tw o t Ith ,e s! - \a t Il I v,' a nr f tlrld I (entI tl'rta"n t tf r th 5,.ll'(e 1,1it'or, 111i THE FAST TRAINS TO CHICAGO New York Central'es xprew s Service Added To. (Io,,rge I!. lºanidl-. ;.n( .ral I''a-.. .gcr . et.nt of the New York ('entral I1 :V . . talking eterty trayi ithe c pn tItly'c agthe train service. .aid that. i1 addition to thle ew twentlyhour train,. there are now four twenty four hour trains to Chicago, and two F :4pire State exprel sesc daily. The. Twentieth t enlitury Limited, twenlty-hour trailn, leaves New Y'ork every N day at I:4 p. Ii., reneit arrives at Cyhicago the next tiorniegi at 9:45. "I he Lake Shore 1.ilited leaves New York at 5: e0 lnext attertoon an tI :us. The I'ast .ail, noon, aine twfourenty-four -oho train leraies New 1'ork at 8:45 a. 111. every day. reaching Chicago the ewxt morilng at l ; :e , b hoth the IIake Shor--- ad the \rk ichian Central. The trainoonday hicago imitcewd laves New York at N p. o., reaching l. hicaigo by the l.ake Shore the next mtorhing :at Ii :;u. a twenty-four-huur train, really twenty three hours and lift, minutes. The l)etr.it and hicago .iontritel and lea its New York nat 4 It. It., reaching Chicago the next after noon, a fourth twenty-four hour train. 5 traisns a day bettween New York ew Huffalo and Niagara lalle; .1 trains a day between New York: and St. Louis and (lint cinnati: 4 trains a day between New York and Montreal and by its Boston and Al hany Division .t trains a day between New York and ll.ioston via Spiringlield. The Coburn Revivals. 1)r. Colburn t .e..an a series oi atldresses on 'l'xctuscs" last night at the .Mountain View church, taking for his text: "I pray thee have me excused," adrl the re ply of Jesus: "None of those men that were bidden shall taste of my .upplaer.' Rev. Coburn discussed the Cxctcses usu ally given for not attending church, say inug that it is a very sad thing that one should ask to be excused from heaven. Steel Company Enjoinea. Canal Dover, Ohio, .March 27.--The American Sheet Steel company has been temporarily enjoined from remtoving its plant from )Delnition. The petition was filed bIy a number of abusiness men from that town. Gibbons Will Go. It Baltimore, Md., March s7.-Cardinal P Gibbons has accepted an invitation to at M tend the inaugural ceremonies of the St. louis exposition and will offer the open * ing prayer on the occasion, as he did at the 1World's Pair at Cl cago. growth: of rommerce In the past Sn yearu, said: "And under what fiag in this comn* qicrr' carrd oni ? Undcr any old flag of any old country in th w~orlid xctpt that of the L'iitud State,." I ..wii Ni~on %Ot t' of t1,. tria' t1hat Itad that the trade of t,;e" Atlantic would shrink into itliCrigIictlecv in conmariiof to that if the Laciic. Iontlave Schwab, ad Will iam JIcA\doo al~o spoke TONIGHI IS LAST I TIME TO REGISTER INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE VOTE WILL BE HEAVY-NEARLY hit 1,000 SIGNED TODAY. I he' registration for lile city lei, tiun will cl,, t, ,i.-it at , o'tcl :h a:n id th ilica- h \, t, t. . c uli i:,cd t I i cin r :u:i'tr't'l at the i ,.ic h, ,ur ,it tiht r.e t- ry ut, .ci' . A t the ,I , c "f the iic 'icc, 1.t- ii i t.t tinc ly o.)oo 0 h.ilI r , i. t rv ,I : -I d t .c I . . ;Lt I . ," tl. t, iid a y3' n,, t i b1 iv, it, 11 it ; c I- thcli um otes I I it ,Ir.t.,, . '.t y t ir, ay .n!tly r'achl I c.in, i ; t, l l'. m ,1 ,k tc luay, dluritgl ttu ii"i, ! Il41i1a . tilt ' 1 w1 i r lt reglister toadulc t-- cccl that. 'ilt, interc't iaken in i t r l h uIItulig.l cit t cs 'l', ltH i' .,'y great, ;s u l thel l iti ~ "l i ,tio s a r ' ' !t I. t ;, Ih i , "v o te w ill LITTLE LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT TO BINGHAM Man Who Managed the White House Will Be Gratified by Expression of Appreciation From Roosevelt. BY .A:;,0 IA 11t 9 I11" Si, \\'as;:ingtin. March . -; In view of the alirathlingi tcrmuinatiin ,f the services of t'c~luncl ilinghait as Superinte.ndent of public huildinlgs and gronwls here, involv ing close personal mall;unagemlient of the White Ilouse property, especially of the social functions therein. the president has, adclre.ssed, through Secretary Root, the follo'wing hltter to c('loiinl Bingham, which is of interest mainly because of the light it throws up ini the exact relations which have existed between the president and Secretary Rout and the retiring oflicial: My IDear Coloneul Binthaitm--As I am alhout to leave for at trip to the WVest and as your services here w ill be tinished before I return. I wish tI send you this parting line of thanks and appreciation for the ex cellent vwork you havc. dune in yotur pres nt )positi(,n. You are now leaving of your own accord with what. I hope is the satis faction of feeling that you have not only doune good work. hut that this good work ha's been appreciatedl. I have a very high regard for )outr successor, Colonel Sytons and, perhaps, my feeling about you can best lie explressetd by saying that I be lieve lie will keep up your standard, "With warm re=tards to Mrs. Bittgham anid your self pcrsonally. "I am, sitncerely your's. TII.EO)I)RIC Rt)(tS1\ II.T.' Tn transmitting the presidenti' letter to c(,lonel 1inguham Secretary Root wrote: "Mly Dear Colohnetl Iingham ---'T'he p)resi l(ent has scnt to me the iniclosed letter of his own to lie delivered to you. I wish to .accolmpany it by an Exprcssion of mly ap preciation of the f;ithful and devoted service you have rendered ever since I have been secretary of war. as the olficer in charge of pullic buihlings and grounds. I hope in your niw station yout will find as agreeahle prrsonal relations and meet with as marked success as you lha .Ive here." Danger of Colds and Grip. The greatest danger from colds and grip is their resulting in pneumonia. If real sonable care is used, however, and Chami berlain's Cough Remedy taken, all danger will be avoided. Among the tens of thou sands who have used this remedy for these diseases we have yet to learn of a single case having resulted in pneumonia, which 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 t. time than any other treatment. It is S pleasant and safe to take, For sale by tt Paxson & Rockefeller, Newbro Drug Coe, Christie & I.eys, Newton Bros. HE HAD NO DOCTOR J. L. Pierson's Child Died Because He Tried the Prayer Cure. BY AltOCIATRD PRIl'~. w'; York, March 27.--'l'he appell:ate d, iion of the supreme court in Brooklyn II rvr.rsed the conviction of J. Luther i un of Valhalla. \\'strh ester county, S'..a~a charged with failing to obtain u I,: , ic·iaun', services for his t6-months-old a .,,ed daughter when the infunt became i. "l'he child's death resulted in Pierson'u I..ronl miintained that as n imemlber of thI ( hristiant Science church of Chicago I, t<,uld best help the child by pra)cr. JOHN JEWEL BURIED Victim of Accident at the Burns Concentrator Is Interred. I1 '. funeral of the Ilite John Jewel, who v, killed .l'i. l iva at thie lurns concein ' ., was. cmlithtt 'll thiti afternoon by I , '. \ . i . Slhip '. , whoi periormned I .,s w -lling ct't're niy t a litth less †. i )( I ago. The tuicrlrl took place the .M ur'itli \ it w Methodi.t t u '. I w l :w s n y1o1ln g I1t;m :,n11d illn , l-. , I :Ii ,: i de athb wasI a shOck ', y in this tit.' who h:1:l k'to.,n himt. HUNT IS SAID TO BE AFTER A FEDERAL POSITION V/~stern Judgeship in the Eye of the Governor of Porto Rico, Who Writes to a We!I-Known Butteite. \ Pl,ress di,ipatch ,tatedl a few days ago i, at i uv. I. I linut of Porto Rico, fur I fly 4a o, . . . of M.1 1tana, was ali A to It, , ..!ar position on ac c'tlunt of ill :.. : ' 'ere appears to lie n , :1 tht ti il , '. TI'het' ii a u3 c;,." t in circulatioun that he ia antilidat. for a western federal judge ship. hloweve.r, man this may have given r, to the report that he was about to re N1211. \\ritlug t) ex i(;vernor Ric'kardls detnv inil the report of his contemplatCedl resigna I; aIt oiln icioutnt of ill ihealth, ,vernor 'it happened that, like most people who lic' in the tropics. I was ill for three days abnutl six weeks ago. and went into the 1,ut n"ilnils and remlained four days., wheun 1 trlturned ill as good health as I have been in i o years. low thle rumor of I'' coilt timiplated rtl(gnation arose I cannot say, but there is nIothing in it. "I witsh you would do me the favor of s.auing that the rumor of ill health and .in,,terplatedl resignation was a greater 'urprise to me than to any one else, I think. I amt intrted in the l vwork down here. ant alth,.utgh it i-i very t \acting. it i f fiwh a high order that a mnot fetels h . i doin,, .ervie to hits c,,unztr .'" ORIENTAL DEGREE TEAM GIVES A MASQUE BALL Modern Woodmen of America Enjoy a Merry Time at Renshaw Hall List of the Prizes. '11'. masqtle ball givent by the (Oriental I , se teait, Modern \\ oodmen of .\Anw rica. ('autlip ~n50. at Renshaw hall, last miht, was ai great success. lithre were a nlumber of hlandsome and -'ll cosutues to lie seen on the floor last i,,.ht. The music was furnished by Sic tli'S orchestra andtl the program colltained a mitt 20 dancing numbtiers. F irst prize, for handsomest lady, a beau tiliii toilet case, was awarded to Dena i.',rltach. Second prize. for mIost original c-sltimie. was given to Mrs. E. S. Davies, anil consisted of a silver mounted ladies' liitse. The third ladies' prize, a hand. s.mt. china salad bowl, was awarded to ' aIt,. Martin for the most comical makeup. lihe first gentlemen's prize, a fine meer -il hau;t cigar holder, was awarded to II. Itiienbchrg as the handsolnest gentleman Ipresent. The second prize, a riding whip, w\as awarded to Eddie 'Polkinghorne for tlhi moitt original costume. Tile third prt.e. ut faincy cigar case, for the inost comttical costume, was given to I)avid I:vis. Thie odd prize was awarded to Sid . irroll. who represented a tramp. The pri/te was five shaves. Ihe prize for the best group of gentle ri consisted of a case of beer, which \.i* donated by Henry Mueller. This Ipi t' was won by the Turkish group. SAYS HUS'BAND BEAT HER Why Cora C. Bray Wants to Secure a Divorce. lIi a suit for divorce Cora C. Bray al 1 ;,s, that John E. Bray has, since they vI. re married in July, 2896, treated her c:utilly and inhumtanly and that one day i Septembler last Bray mistreated her so ei,,.erly that she was confined to her bed for several days. \ccording to the complaint, Mr. and .lrs. lHray are joinlt owners of a house ani,,l It in Montana addition in this city, iii addition to considerable personal prop. try. In alddlition to a divorce Mrs. Bray aI.. for a divisionI of comnlunity piroperty, i, llly tt,, and tlhe custody of a mitor child. SWELSH KIRK INCORPORATES I I \Te Welsh talvanistic Methodist church r,, r'iled articles of incorporation with the t, c iirly recorder, S I he incorporators are: John Bewen, 'I lihomas Richards, Morgan HIowell, John I. Evans,. Richard R. Jones, J. II. Leyson, Jihn II. Williams, John .O, Jones and John I.luyd. R. E. Williatms is secretary of the hoard of trustees. CHOICE OF ROUTES. r New overland service to Chicago vie t. ihe Union Pacific and Chicago, Milwau e kee & St. Paul lite. Double daily train e service. East via Minneapolis and St. Paul and . thie Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Rail hi sway to Chicago. The Pioneer Limnited is and two other splendid trains run daily. ls W. B. DIXON, Northwestern Passenger Agent, Chicago, M, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway, St. Paul, Minn, Miss Josephine Lane, A Society Leader of Boston After Five Years' Suffering from Backache and Kidney Trouble Was Restored to Health by WARNER'S SAFE CURE. MISS JOSI"PtlINE LANE. "I sulTered ror over five years with malaria and kidney trotible--my whole sys tem was imprcgunatcd with the poison. It affected my general health, robbing me of energy and vitality, and causing severe headaches and backache. The digestive or gans were also impiaired, so my food seemed tasteless and like lead in my stomach. I passed a dreary existence and my naturally happy disposition was changed into one of constant irritation and nervous inconsistencies. "Warner's Safe Cure was the only remedy ever found which helped me. I Ihe gan taking it in March, and before the warm wearher 1 was completely cured, felt like a new woman, full of life and hope. "Words cannot tell how pleased I am to have my health back. I have a keen appetite and enjoy my meals; digestion is perfect. All my aches and pains have left me. I have gained nine pounds in weight and I feel inl harmony with all the world because I am now perfectly well." Very sincerely, MISS JOSEPHIIlNIL I.ANE. 152 Shawmnut Ave., Boston, Mass. . Thousands, both men and women, like Miss Lane, have Ibeen cured of serious complications caused 1by kidney disease neglected, by Warner's Safe Cure, after all so-called kidney cures had failed. "SAPE CURE" CURES BACKACHE. If you have pains in the back. rheumatism, uric acid poison. rheumatic tout, diabetes. Bright's disease. inflammation of the bladder and urinary organs; scaldin pains when you urinate, eczcm'a, jaundice, shillings or torpid liver; if a woman, bearing-down sensation, fainting spells, so-called female weakness. painful periods; these symptoms tell you that your kidneys have been diseased for a long time, for kidney diseases seldom put out such symlptoms as the victim recognizes until they have been working several months. You should lose no time-get a 5oc bottle of Safe Cure at your druggist's. It will relieve you at once and clff'cct a permanent cure. It kills all disease germs. IF IN DOUBT MAKE THIS TEST: Let some morning urine standl for twenty-four hours in a glass or bottle. If then it is milky or 0c udy or contains a reddish, brick dust sediment, or if particles or germs float about in it, your kidneys are diseased. ANALYSIS PREE. If, after you have mad ti thitest. you have any doubt in your mi:l. as to the de. veloimment of the disease itt your system. send a sample of your urine to the Medical lepartment, Warner's Safe Cure Co.. Rochester, N. Y., and our doctors will analyze it and send you a report with advice free of charge to you, together with a valuable hook describing all discases of the kidneys, liver, bladder and blood, and treatment for each disease. All letters from women read and answered by a woman doctor. All correspand cuce in strict conifidence. \c'arner's Safe C(tre is purely vegetable and contains no narcotic or harmful drugs. It is free from sediment and pleasant to take. It does not constipate, it is a most valuable and effective tonic: it is a stimulant to digestion and awakens the torpid liver. It repairs the tissues, soothes inflammation and irritation, stimulates the- enfeebled organs and heals at the same time. It builds up the body, gives strength and restores energy. You can buy Safe Cure at any drug store or direct. So CENTS AND $t A BO)'ITI.E. Beware of so-called kidney cures which are full of sediment and of bad odor--they are positively harmful and do not cure. WARNER'S SAFE PILLS move the bowels gently and aId a speedy cure. MONTANA DRUG CO., Butte, Selling Agents First Building Permit. Mrs. Rosetta Edwards has secured the first building permit of the year from the building inspector. It authorizes her to ercrt a brick and veneer building of three flats on lot 06, block 6-, of Butte townsite. The building will cost $J,5oo and will be located on South Washington street. Iluilding is slow this year. MAYER'S Auction AND Fire S .le Saturday-Special Sale of Solid Gold Watches and Diamonds A ticket for a drawing free to each person attending sales. Sale 2 to 6 P. M.. and Night Sale 7 to 10 P. M. Congregation B'nai Israel. Services this (Friday) night at 8 o'clock sharp at M. E. church South, corner Idaho and (alena streets. Scrmon, "Knowing (;od," by Rabbi Harry \\ciss; music by choir. Public invited. Mf. I.. HEI:ISIAN, Secretary. REGISTER TODAY.