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PIANOS Through lhll a century they have .stod for purity of T1'()Ni and accuracy of colsttruct i 11. All the' knI wludge and skill actuireI byr fit ll; u r o(f r c.( n'rh an i experi cnce are pit it th, T N XI. and con str ti, ,, th, \ .tSIl . tday. MONTANA MIUSIC CO. Sole Agents 119 North Plain Street. APRI MAGAZINES and fashion Books ARRIVE DAILY I T ITI (K 1 an1 . 1.1-.\' \ I \1 R , ,( St I. I \ I' 1\\ I I"1 SI'I I I'. .. TI0 I'. SI" \I'\I N.RY, All Kinls. RF ,A)INt; aan W\ rIT N l. M1.T'I FR. EVANS' BOOK STORE 114 North Main Street. All Double Stamp Whiskies Old Reserve Green River Old Grow Gookenblmer Glenmore O.h N\agle Brantly.- year old; lin. ported ac notch Apl ict Branly: all kind, of Califoria \\rtes n I Irana di.,. All At go -l !t hw prices. FRANK WALKER'S LIQUOR HOUSE 12 W. Park Street a a a Butte Expert Embalming CAREFUL, PAINSTAKING funeral Directors TIfl MONTANA INDtRTAKING CO. Tn~s. I.avellt. Prp, 'I hos. Sullivan. Mgr. 125 E. Park, Phone lt BROWN Still in town extracting teeth without pain. Formerly Bal timore Block, now perman ently located in SHODAIR BLOCK. Richards THE BUTTE UNDERTAKER Iu tal't at r.atLttcr r.d EmLalmer 140 r. PrktSt., utte. Po.e 301. Six Million Dollars Spent by the U. P. R. R. Co. In improving what w'.s originally the 6npst track in the W.~t. RESOLT A eomparative.l straight and levtl roadbed ballao.ted with dustless Sher. man granite, rendering possible the highcst rt.e of speed, together with the gre.cat degree of safety. The atagnit'de of the work must be asas to be appreciated. WIHAT DOES 1" MEAN? 'olid comfort, accurity and pleasure to our patrons. ARE YOU GOING EAST? If so, you cannot afford to go via any other than this ROYAL HIGHWAY. Further information on applicatioe personally or by letter to H. O. WILSON, O. S. L., Butte, Montana. DR. T. G. HEINE Up eol.ltst Eae, Ear, Nose and Throat Diseases of men and women. Office so4 and iso Pennsylvania block, W. Park street. Office tel., 89, . Residence 6s6 S. M.ntana street 'Phone 7azM. DR. HUIE POeK Thirteenth doctor of ,otna from grand. father dewn. born and schooled in the profession. Treats all diseases, making a rpccialty of chronic troubles. Consult me. .sa South Main St. i. D. M'RI3QOR, VETERINARY SURGEO.,. $lonorary graduate of the Ontario Veter. larry College of Toronto, Cenada. Treast all diseases of domesticated animals r.e. ardilng to selentifio principles. Ofice at dMarlow's stables, so4 South Maio seet. Telepkhoe gp. All eases promb iS attesded to. SUPREME COURT COMMISSION WILL ASSUME DUTIES APRIL FIRST The ti ultrc~mc cnttrt rntiiicitsin will at surllo it's duties at I rlcllt l net We-'lrrs (lILsy, April I. he Inw creatifn g a sup3treme crntrt co(1l3itintl to ans.it the over Joh- J . Il ivb.4g 44.tli m44 . , n4414 ,411. of the .tipr ti14e cntirt 4lIl IIll 4 taill 41 1 4 14C y .eats ill thie su jot11-1144 llIt lr1411414314. 4 j t iII I1441s of tI.toC 444 014s141 Lt 114 jut Il',. Ill (141141411%%i4lon Il.. i ll :. r n I t1he 444 lOl, It(i~i4.lI4111h 40ill 44ss4t3. Ili,- 1 uptionin :sty p ar'1ticulahr cane1. 1' I~t- it al p.411 I u'po430 thll optti4i41, and it itI i, apprmI it will lie promulgated 1 11 111 1 4n 1 1yh" II, llI, . \\ illia 4e Ir. iI o 14 1 I III .41 14111114 ' ll .1. H y arIf. I' h'i It, ( lilyhltig 544S yellr. of age, ha 444etn 4444n iII S 1;:a, I44t444t434t cu ty. 411I1. 441," S, I. 1 . I~flll1 ~itsi. e II Iii, IM It I..t im 444 It. in Ig ri In Ii t OVERLAND CLUB IS BUSY AT PRACTICE Rehearsals for the Greatcst Show on Earth Have Begun at the Grand. DOUBLE SEXTETTE IS TO BE THE GREAT FEATURE S;, YoIinI GC2'tlel,cn Wio Arn to rijroe as Yo.,rgj L:ie,,s DJily) Undergo Tor tire lJlne'clurible VWile Fi:tting Pro ceor3 of :t'.,:n1 tng Go.i's I- CtoinrJ OI -jhow W Ill Be Well Wor:ti Seenrg. thier 1.o -I t in dI, l ,. ~ ni i h linT t h it t.." in ith t. is ., l u ii hi o ivt . I Ite lir-t i u i,,., ,u t , Ill I.di. i [t.i . t aneu ta', t Ir, t , l. \. A pril .'r. 'I se tAr 1Al. th t RaII ng.ll It . tilii. ol, '. ;I, " i tl . sl, ' o Iitg ly lthl. is r . ;1It - i ln . tintl. l -I n lten ti n llli i i. i I eI . : ery, at fl i -.It i l- \th l t i, 'i, , h i\, It, thl ( l;,II pretty Iii l iiiLt tl t i I hi , pe tal y i t i, .e ' lt l .1it i ,i " L i t ill l o, t th e . ill lighit opera, ivir .est, ' l New irluk. In the orl' inal the luice t i. l.l tote i i c lli )i)i unt-il lt. - i t l yt a:1 l thi dl icttlen fl Sltie I eiLirih ivitC uir III cc statof YIiof tr oC~i. t:lIth VIC . I t iro ' l t h:t hllu 3 uti of ocr vichhrscl Iil , -,t ,it ile t lnt ii. It. , l h., featurt. i,, ,II iu e t.arrtid hi y 1tr. S. E. rSchrr . ut. it wrill r i t u rti nti erlil rc. l1ass tlie l reinatolllr ,i t lly Iverla.d l Il rt dl rat selrtsvcte opil eh t riiuVte sti flli iht 'Illhe last c ar. These Are All Ravishing. Louil IIowar. an\ d ILyn Iloyce, Thice c-tun a ts l are a igned especially for thi, prodlucltion and will he inr the very late.t .style. "'Ihey are heing made by one of the leading e as t thi lacrs of llthe city. AIilllit I I o'clock every iornig Jul llowrd's placid face begins to e di en of ade diir.nal lires of lthuglt antis lrplexity crls d iorts nllll or i of the these younli society ibeles through that portion of one of thre large stores which is Seldom tra versed by tioe tlale .exir but his troubles really is o inillnce on arriving at the dress making departtment of the establishment. Mrs. Fayette Ilarringtom and M.r.,. I. I. Freund are alty waiting their a ccrrivdl to oversee the opcration of fitting. The article. of iapl prel which ire doled aire not s:c :is th, tyoungl nIle are accutLi toled to mniprorating, and many are t. e grans as tJhn traonsfra G ion progresest. It is atusiot, to heafr the dist fson whichyear arise as tl what cprtain articles are to re Sof the ylilng elulis irumnles, are convrid r Sably eOllnc t d by the hartl.ss critici leaves of the modiste as to their lack of symmetry, which for sion, the ast, o padding in un limited ouantities. In addition to the costumes, special attention is being given to the dressing of the hair. Mrs. Ilirthright is supervising this. t'ndcr her personal direction the curls and pompadours of the young ladies are assuming appearances which warrant the assertion that their best friends will ruot recognizC theta, No pains or expense are bcin, spared in Producing this feature, amd particular at tention is ))ill:, }riven to the ,tage Settings and tllt music. Mr. Hlhearl has h,.;en giv ing a great deal of his titte to thi. attrac The mlaageln'ht has alnnounced that to avoid annoyhg delays such as occurred last year the curtain will ripe each evening at 8:30 sharlp, and no one will be seated while the performance is going on. Johnstone Goes East. •i Minneapolis. March a8.-Edwar,. R, Johnstone, who for the past four years has hehl the po'sition of managing editor es of the Minneapolis 'l'imes, has severed his lt connection twith the paper. He leaves to. 4 night for the East, where he will enter a larger field of labor. Helena. where he has since been a con spicuous, member of the bar. lie is one of the acknowlpdgcd authorities upon min ing law in this state and the West. lie isI ta democrat in politics. W\illiam II. I'oorman is a native of Indiana and is 45 years of age. lie is a graduate of the law department of the University of Wisconsin. lie came to Montana in RlAr,, kcatiug at .ivingston, where he practiced law successfully for several years. lIe was twice elected city nttorney of l.ivingston. At the outbreak of the Splanisth-American war he was comrn amissionedi by overnor Smith as second lieutenant of ('ompany (" and served with distinction during the campaign in the hllilipines. At dilrlent tit imes he served as judge advocatre anal superintendent of all the military pIrisons in the province of ( avite. Returuing from the I'hilippines after the regilment was imstered( outt, he irsumedl the practice of law at Liv.I lie was the unsuucresful candthildt for ... _ - -... .-. - -... a judge of the Sixth judicial district in the cam:l:aign of aoo, lbeing defeatedI ly only LATEST MINING NEWS ON GOLD UIDREGING William Parker of Alder Gulch on Prospects in Industry. 11,1~u. \l; rch _$. \\ ihll .oi ['.:rker, ii: '. 'r ,.f ite alcl e ,,,tl ... .. ithl l i, - , n. , I at,,r te ',,i l of \hl'r I; ttlh. has I,.:i In.,l.i: ier tIe Imaclltnerv of, the h .drei. )"I, tlhich taie Ii(e; dit'nanitled .,t I',,na k L1 t w hiln in: i 1 '. -iln - ,t ,l that Ile i"t' , to , egitl be i .(' ;o Ip!]l, to ' the p, hit hi, boat drly 11t t h andet t.l et t lt i" , ia tin l tt that it i lul.it meet , Ii ,t h l"t- h d ngli the tcining sea ,. t Il, I, o-a n th, r rot ,I ,,tel by :o' ( . i.s ! t' ln ,polnly :jhil,. .1t t',t .nd Uf I i." pl.", -. y. r. t,. . It:l hlt-t work ts,; d(lone in I ~tannalck al l I, ,ilt tihre )tars, ag , it va.l, itOaved to the li tll I .\ aler cttttln, ahi'ret it 11.1, I.. e tt in constanll t luse. I lhe two ot I'r I,,:t ,,p 'rati,'l by lithe I" 'irey tomn Ip: iy t . .,t I t 'aterned after the t(il . I to ita ,;teit r r It., c.t.ent arind the 4,,~i0 tre- lls i\hitia have I. i'n experienced ar" dlue Io a cot - talrtilteg dlegrete toi the fart that the Mag:iic has beenI able to Italiltie all r:avel encounteltred cpeditiously \VhI il to the ublject of dretdge it miitht be sti.ateil that the t, to oatits o.ated by tihe t;1il I )regirg companlly at I;tttianck are lbing imllintltd and ia report which has reachi.d D illonl is to the efiect that 1. I.. I;r:ave lia, purchasel the gieater part of the matichiniery of one boat, and it is not untlikely that lie' will purchase that ownted hy th oIthlers. lhisi machinery is strictly ir't-cla-a in every particular, and it may Iw that it llhas been purchased with the view of installing a dlretdger in somei of the other promising placer fields of iteaverhead county. l'recsent prospects eaem to indicate that there will be absolutely no dlreildging on the rirassllolpper duringti the comning scasonl, bIll it t is miore than likely that the Mon tana company will be in a shape to resume opcration:s ly another year. In all probalbility the only boat which will operate in Ileaverhead during the coming season will be the horce Prairie dredge, and it is stated positively that this o.at has enough work in sight to keep the boat busy for nearly too years to come. RICH VEIN OF COAL FOUND Body Almost Anthracite in Character Discovered Near Havre. ft IgI.' i . 'To1 "ru r iN'.u LItlNt'.,ti . IlHare, March .-8.-Another rich vein of coal that is said to be almost anthracite in qtuality has been discovered near here. A. G. Staten, who has the contract for fur nishing coal at Fot ort Assinnihoine, made the, Sdiscovery. The mine is located on Cow creek in the Berar Paw mountaiis. The vein is four feet wide. The discovery has created no little excitement. SNELLIE KEILLY IS NO MORE I1 Anaconda. March 28.-Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Keilly of No. 503 East Eighth n stret, have received the ntsad news in t t St. Paul of their dau'hti r, Miss Nellie, aoho died fromn alptndicitis. She was at Va teinding the Sisters' school in St. Paul. c Slhe wta about .:o and very popuhlar in this city, where she was reared and received to her early education. d The funeral will die held here at a time 1g to lie hereafter determined upon the ar :d rival of the remains fromnt the East. Strikes in Holland. s17 ASSO I.ATID t ]ltl?:.s , R The Hague, March .8.-The number of rs separate strikes that are occurring out in at the country are regarded by the govern is went as showing that the present calm Is o* only outward, and it has decided, there er fore, to keep the reservists within the colors fur another month,. qon vutes. He moved to Kalispell In spot, where he built up a lucrative practice. Mr. I'orman is a republican in politics. 'ITle youngest member of tle commis Win. II. I'oorinan. si.n is I.lewellyn I.. Callaway, who was bor in Tuscola, Ill., December IS, a868. i1i, is a graduate of the University " of tlI' higan, obtaining his degree inI 1891. In $,,lj he came to Montana and located at White Sulphur Springs, where he fon, iel a partnership with Max Water nm:,. In 1894 he removed to V\irginia Cut'. where he has since resided. ?1I. ('allaway is a republican and lhas alIna: tiken an active part in political atl.ur. In 1894 he was elected county attrntley of Madison comity and was re el. tedI in s896. lie has beenl twice mayor of \irginia City. lh'rhert A. Vatn Horn of Billin.gs has been appointed the official stenographer to the commission. Mr. Van Ilorn ihas be.,n stenographer in the office of Secre tary of State Hays for the past two ye.rs. lIe is considered one of the most efit ient stenographers and typewriters in the state. He is a young man who lasa livuI in 1Billings and Helena and other Mlntana points a number of years. Al PACTOLUS CAMP New Diggings Are Near Tonopah and Seem to Be Good. l' f. 10 "l I l .1 1I( '1110t NT.Atl. :'alt .k., Mnarch .4t. --J udge ShI rmll: , a ! rltrllel :t f1 ,v d;ays ag fromi Neva IiL. y .L.t'rday g. e out the first i:,,f.r:a t ,on since h it rl 't un! l re ',, r lin g th , nIew, st , 11r, Iprominnt SiD t a ketr men at.l ii Iter .l i. hi e I'~sr ca 'p i.t in ', e cit:i u - rty ., l llit , Tl miles lorllt. w t of Ton:.c rh. lhi jt,l S ti tte , t the the tirt ,lit ',.rcl w,, wade l"ss than a year ag. a l, now tcti lItah I orporation, are at work in theII dh-'.it. The.c are the \Mainano Mining c, , yi,,v. of which ..ir. Itaiun..er, .r i pr, -!."nt, with W . S. Mt(', nick, \.t-,r;. Dl n, .thcu avid the Judge with s'v-cal tc- p,1y. of which J.udge Sherman i. pre-i d .. anlld in which M ,rg..:n T "lloll ljson. J. I'.. \11o i., and the gentlem.en heretfoure r: I ,I helo ng. I:t ' ,rlllation is porphyry aith ,luartz vt ,j running throuh it which .,how up high gr:ale copper ail silver ore. "There arc f,,tir shafts going dawn in the camp aI u to is l aing tacked fro.n all it thilelt, :aun it is the judgment of MIr. Sheritan thiii : second Tonopah hall s hietn struck. All Ilo' aorkint;' are ilnw in ore llhich oil th' .slrface is equal in every respte.t to th ,! found at like depth at Tonopah. The Jtl' hti stated that it aeas yet too early in hli, hiitory of the camp to get at avera.ge st ples, butll frlllom mllelsl takenl .l fLett hilt, the sulrfatce ore wa .as being .sackcl "i :ill : 'ssayed $2.S to the toll. SNOHOMISH AND TRAMWAY BEFORE JUDGE KNOWLES 1'" ceiver John Ilarris of the Snohonmish uaul Tram:iway tineis of liuitte has filed an ai wer in the federal court to thi, peti tia uw hiclh F. A. IleimiAe recently filed with thI, curt for a reduction of his salary as re .ivter from $5oo per month to $f per d;.,. The matter will Ile argued before JI l-. Knowles next lMonday. \' the decisionl of the circuit court of alttals suspended all opierations in the n; o,, by the receiver pending the de trr iii ation of the appeal from the judg .. Il in this court, the receiver hats ,,ot blt i operating the propierty since (tJ t'er I I ~t. when (the circuit court rendered it. dit, i i,n. It is the contention of Ilcinze tl i ince the suspension of operations the ri,.Imr has had nothing to do hut draw h: I':y. The answer of ecceiver Iarri-s cointendis an the contrary that the receiver h:' Iy no miieanls bleen idle. Ile says that 1l , Irolpcrty requires his constan. t attetn toill. that lie was compelled to give a hIul f $50,000 for the faitlful perfor nIltlm of his ditiles; that sinice he took hb'il ,f the two imines lie lihas acrcmullal;ted a nl lk deposit of about $21o,oo0 for which hei i respcnsibile: that he is compelled to k , the interior of the mines in repair, atm' thait in doing So his time is co:mpletely Iwceiver Ilarris says also that the Iutte & ,,Iton comlpanyl which owns all inter e-i in Inth the Snoiiiiomih and the Train t, ;'lid is involved in the litigation over ti, properIl. ies wilh licinze, does Inot oh JeI toi lIis receiving the compens;Uatiin. ji fore taking Ithil of the two mines Re Scrir Iarris s;,ys he was engaged il tillill .ihti ;,il is therefore f:uiiiliar with the bu .i Taft Is Better. \\':tlhlington, SMarch 28.-In reply to the ili'iniry of the secretary of war, stating thli the liress has alleged that Governor Tait had biecn sick, a cablegram was re cii,.l fromll Governor Taft today con tai'li'g iniformationa thimt hie had been under tr'i tilmett for a few weeks recovering frm ani attack of dysentery. SMEN SURED YOUNG Who are Just realizing the responsibilities of manhood and who find themselves handicapped in life's battle by reason of the errors and dissipation of early youth, unfitting then M EN for the station in life that is the goal of every able-bodled man, should not hesitate a day, but call or write for the advice of our physicians. WE UNI)ERSTAND YOL'IR AFFI: CTION anl! can resore you to strength and vigor. M IDDLE Who find themselves growing old before their time, who find the fire of youth burning low, the aches and pains ot the aged slowly creeping upon thcn-with that pain AG D ,M . across the small of the hack that grows worse instead of better; that IRRITAI.LE, NERVOUS, DESI'ONDENT FEELING that WILL. NOT bc shaken olT. It near's you need our treatment. Consult our physicians, avail yourself of our FREE CUJNSUI.TA'iIN). and rid yourself of your ailments before it is too late. OLD Who realize that they are not as stroni as they used to ie. and those OLD. who are snltering from Kidhev aol ltladder Trouhles. Rheuntatismn, I.utmbIag, luIpairel l)igestive i)rgans,. ('ontiptat(ion, Faulty Circulation M N and the Kindred Diseases That ('I.lE WI"I II VI. \RS. can obtain re lief qiuickly and surely by :on.sulting us. IRemember, t.Irer is no charge for consultation, either at our utlice or by mail. W E ALSO L.ost Vigor. I'etimature l)et:y. Nervous T)h: 'lty. Rupture, Tul'ors. \'ariccle. Special I)iseasls. I",eima. Sleeplc'.s Cnes. e Rheumat.m:. 'Iur;nlgia. Kidlny l)iseases. hladder CU RE Diseasese, Spine Diseases. ilheart Iliseases. Blood Diseases, Skin Diseases, :itomacth Diseases, Rectal Diseases. HOM E Vec have pericctcld a system, of ohome treatment where by the TRUL'TIFI.'l. ANS\\'I':HI; (OF rlTHl QUES. TION S ( I:( R t'IAfD(;\OlIS SiI1 .ET and sending TR FA TMNTTRus a SAcMP1i.l ) T I.:t L'RII I:()OR AN.I.YSIS we can positively arrive at the Irue diagnlosis of your complaint as readily as though the Ipatient were in our office. Twenty years' experience 'has made our physicians experts, and our success in curing diseases by Iiome Treatment has nevcr been equaled. It is successful and strictly private. X-Ray Examination Free! ALWAYS FIRST CONSULT TIHE EMINENT DOCTORS .AND SPIECIALISTS AT TIlE YF.I.T.EK MED ICAL, INSTITUTE. IN('ORPORATED UNDER THE I.AWS OF THE STATE OF MONTANA. AND AC'K1'O\VI.EDGED TO BE THE IEADING MIE:DICAL INSTITUTE :OR TiE CUIRE OF DISEASES OF MEN IN TIlE WEST. Yellek Medical Institute N. B. corner of W. Broadway and Montana Sis., Batte. Moeat. MAYER'S Auction AND Fire Sale 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. COUNTY ATTORNEY AND AFFIDAVIT DOCUMENT FILED IN TIM HARRING TON'S COURT OF A SENSA TIONAL NATURE. There was a warmn argument in Justice "Iim lIarringtun's ctourt )eterday after In,,. as a result of an an aidavit filed in suppoi:lrt of a notion for a changle of venuc, which affidavit charges the county attorney with prejudicing the mind of the Walker ville justice by reason of his power to in crease or decrease the incom. of the said justice. T'he case in which the change of venue was asked was the prosecution of dMrs. Kendall and Mrs. Ili'l Ion a charge of bur glary. The aflidivit further stated that the pecople of \';alkerville are ''dead heauts" and "do not pay their debts." The conilty attorney's ollice contended that a ilagistrate sitting as judiciary in a pre liminary hearing had no power to grant a change of venue. Attorney Morrin, for the defendants, argued that a justice has the same right to grant a change of venue in a prelim inary hearing as in a trial. lie intimated that if the case were remanded to the W\\'alkerville court lhe would bring certIorari proceedings against Justice Sheehan. The case was sent hack to Justice Shce han's court, where it is set for a pre liniunary hearing next Tuesday afternoon. WILL EMPLOY ARBITRATION r Ai.': S'"IATEni PRI'.SS. I.owell, Mass., March .A.--Acting under the law, the state ooard of arbitration formally requested the mill agents and the Textile council of the city to submit the uluestioui of wages increase in the cotton mills to arbitration as a means to averting a general strike. ioth sides have the re. quest under consideration, \'ery slight hope, however, is enter tained hby the citizens of Lowell that the state board's request will be granted. Anxiety is felt everywhere over the strike, for an attempt of the agents to run the mjlls is expected to bring mnore trouble than the city has ever seen in her indus trial history. Minneapolis St. Paul Chicago The short line between these three large cities is the route of the famous North Western Limited "The Train for Comfort" every night in the year. Before starting on a trip-no matter where-write for intercsting information ahout comfortable trav eling. E. A. GRRY, Gen. Agent, Helena, Mont. T. W. TEASDALI (leneral Passenger Agent St. Paul, Minn. JUDGE H. N. MAGUIRE DEAD Former Bozeman Man Passes Away at Spokane. Bozeman, March .- - News la hca ie received from Spokaine of the death of Judge IIf. N. M:tguire. Mr. Maguire wat a rcsidenllt of Ilozencan in the early 6o's, lie started the first newspaper here, which was called the Pick ;ilnld'I'l,.V, now tlh Avant Couricr. lie was onco lprobate judge of C;Gll till cuunty. Il' huft lnntau't a ntmlber of years ce for Spokane. Ilie was 65 years of .n, an l i" surviv:ed l i th.iri childrc - i lat hters- i to lit n int rt. laad aul onec in Spokane.