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You Order \\'hirsky for your home get the hralthfulrne'. without the harm--get a purIe w isk i y git an uld whiiskcy-- fet it hb re. It tiat liquor deparrtnllt, "an well a, it t ':c ,,ther <d partment% of our s-tore." 1\ic r ' 1.i ,, ' i at a fair profit and in ft,-tu or l; lrtis :i t to th( I lutality of tih i ., I, itZ itlt ,iy tli wlotpr..itenta ttn ,,r dciptihn. ]latk RW; ci \\ hi-kry, full rts. $iiir ('.t ,iL.u tll 'it \\ hikey. frull qts $1'.'. iMt.' , , r M,,It \\'VW ikey. fuil it $1.25 I).: r' ( C ho e \\hi'kl y, full lit $,10,1 i, - h :n t Putt ' \ in,. the kind t Ir .0I.. t or I,: t : ;h . -, Utq art .... $t.on q'I: 't .. .. ... ........ $H. to, Ilom-y rmuly.- ------ year old NEWBRO DRUG eO. I.rrgest I)rug tnuseo In tho State. 109 N. Main St.. Butte. I I .. ; ' (j -1· STANDARD SLEEPE I. The IlateSt- pr iducts of the Pullman shollps are InoW run. ning every n i h t betwcen Chi. ago, St. 'Paul a.:d Minne aptlis Irn the new electric lighted "Great Western Limited." These cars are extra large and easy riding, the interior furnishings are of a simple t.leance 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, IlI. Atchison,Topeka& Santa Fe Ry. Co. SANTA FU ROUTH 3 Trains Daily Fromll Denver to Kansas City and Chi. cago. AJlo the direct line to Galves. ton, El Paso, City of l'exico and the :nining camps of New Mexico aid Ari For particulars a' ott the RE DUCED RATES EAST this summer C; ply to C. F1. WARREN, General Agent, 41s Looly Block Sa:t Lake ,:ity, Utah. Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. To CHICAGO AND EAST ROUT eOP TBHE PIONEER LIMITED FAMOUS TRAIN of the WORLD All ageuta cell tickets via the Milwaukee road. For low rates to all points address W. B. DIXON, N. W. P. A., St. Paul " UNION MADE" DOES NOT BITE THE TONLUB TEMPTATION CIGARS "AN ELECTION 8MOKE'ý "A GONTLEMAN' 8 MOKK" MONTANA DRUG CO., DISTRIBUTORS CITIZENS' NOMINEES FOR SCHOOL TRUSTEES ARE EASILY ELECTED Vote of Women Said to Have Largely Influenced Re sult.-Two Questions Submitted Are Passed. As predicted by the Inter Mountain, the three gentlemen nominated on the citi -ens' ticknet for school trustees, II. A. Gallwey, E. A. Ford and P. J. Brophy, were elected at the school election Sat urday. Mr. Ford was elected with a majority exceeding soo, and his fellow nominees by somewhat less majorities.' The registration at the school election totalled 7,68S, but there were about t,5oo .5 I:.. ..I. F ,rd. vtcs 1", tl:.mt llthat n. ml, ?,r cast. "T)hi ,-.; ah. ly .11. . t1 o th ' .t,,rmy w, ether. "Th tI,<o -1n,-tO ew, t t 1| t ln %%t r. cor OVERLAND CLUB WILL CAUSE ALL TO LAUGH Indic.atin.s Are iThat the. Annual Shoiw Will Be About th. I:unnicst Ever Before I.errlrmed. , ' li, a l r ,i ',I il - I i l nlill, tt, l . , f i \pr, . 1:1' i, t i.r thin i th.. titl s of ti. l It.r a ,. th it lt, l. 1l club, nI- lIng r :ti h. ti . r e tr. in the hi l.-r s, t1l I J \ i.sh t) I .i ll ' ].,t nt;; wv iil in it , b .;r Vt f~'rth it n itl aonnatI ii i.i -ttl ptrf,,rT.: .:tt. . i 1 . ot nh (,r, , tIl l. t I l <l b et idh, !1 y I , lictc, in the "la gh (ure." pr,,p,, rly .,Il. ini-t r l ufn tll t.II , a .Ii . l tid that t ' t ' ItI ti. t thi %,,r is th i t ii t t t i t t , -i ha lii ti ir,, I, rn v , n ,,,t-t , , .1i h'li .tn .e f r itI nli i u1llt , th sIht l tha the) o. L . 11. 1 I.i y s, : ir , r iI ,irVt.r f .., it IhtI y C l I:.t' li ' t l : l it lt' I 1 t 1I , .t. 1 !b," ll l) p. k 11111(,, w.<e1 Cr, L,'( ha ,t lilt i \pect the ; rtuiat n uc' t ha t re -"'n, ,Ii , fSho ol Trust es -inlct e I , tl t l tl' ,xmple it~ ,ab ouit thr ,, he t ints thei yar a, ious o w s tlt l, ;rtei 1 tsctOol trtt st ns 1 the e ,t1 e tl l t ;itt til. efr t he p r rn - pen e' ill be , r'. cl to r es ., it th . l at est ani atuttr s.tu . .,er gi.'n ii lihe \\te t, ta d friom th rep.-it thaI t Cu t., a co tl THROUGHOUT STATE School Trustees Elected in the Various 'Tt owns of Montana. Telegrams to Thite Iiinter Mountain from tllli SwaItt.l It) t. lt..r . nt| ;lilf l varios pitt in Rsiln rit. ann show that th following school trustees ere elected Sat urday : .ivingston--Frank Ielehy, John Iarvat, J. \. Van ).rne. Ilavre-\&'. 1i. lirou., J. d. Auyl. Great Fall t--E. II. It'ootl.ey, \ . R. Luke. Iozenian--\W. S. l)avidson, Frank I3. Lewis. Charles Il. Ane rson. ]lillingls--F .. Sumters, Frced Inait, l)r. O. It. 'rickett. JamAes Swan. So eir als heard from, the proposition for free text hooks appears to have been carried in nearly all cities and tenis in the state. CHOICE OF ROUTES. New overland service to Chicago via the Union Pacific and Chicago. Milwau. kee & St. Patl line. Double daily train service. East via Minneapolis and St. Paul and the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Rail way to Chicago. The Pioneer Limited and two other ,'plcndid trains run daily. W. B. DIXON, Northwestern Pas-enger Agent, Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway, St. Paul, A Chinese Funeral. Mli.,eoula, April 6.---I't k was burned, yellow paper scattered around and roast pig offered up at the graves of the Chinese buried at the poor farm yesterday. The ceremonies were performed by the friends of the dead mcn, who took this means to scare away the evil one until the hongs of the dead celestials can be transported to China. Tied. The voters authorized the sale Qi the old Hlobart school site, and the pr.. vidtng of free text books. The vote of the school trustees was as Harry Gall:.wy. follows: T1rophy, 3,oot ; Ford, 3,188; Gallwcy. 3. Io; iannifan, .,.,489; King, 2,674; M. E. Mullen., 2.515. 'The vote nit the s"ale of the HIll)art site Ya : e .. a , ;20 Int . I .574. The v, t " on the t, xt lb,.k ,lletl- t was: Yes, 3.71.,; Int. 566. Ilhe l.oli. of, i t hl. . ditrict took 'Th}e chiiit , , c.nti~ i 1 of about gn i'ii c i, is .,Ill irllld.l ;,lld may i ,t dIcpendi -d lp iI tlo tLI'. k i f't c iare f all ,ties (therc bring w fvctl .l kcrs amiong the tItunl, h 4), The cutl u .n. :Ilitn.ili. ditn., are feelitg ltunny, a.l the jlokes may I- sen - stick in: Iut iin i.grat lhuniches :II over them. Thi gilt girl. have already hIen measured for their iastir gowns anl hate adopted r:hiiI trainii g rules in alnticip'ution of the nights wihen tlhy muIt "uller in divers and sundiry f:ninine :pparle l, of nuamneless d,. scription. I hte ('ripple ('reck handits go swaggering arounld lookiung da nlge is, and other things. nd lihe other IneiuhIr, if the troupe are tcry c.lreful it lt theml ;aloe just now: : in.iident lly they holl up a lain and kill a .ln 'very ,I ly ji-t for practice. The c t, tic oi litte ;il,. i ,ho will ap p,(ar ii ,nic of the luesut ani mosll t I.IC" ,, .ole(l pu ialthi- from Net \N irk, are be inl iithiully traiAl hu'y a Imiinent West ,SidI ,..t~on a i ,ui v i , relied upon to l,ike oine of It: , ie its if the evening. it ,ade of ,, .,*I, i llI hiin Saturday Imornilii \ tI it u., at Sutton'. IBroiadway. ALL IS FOR CHARITY IFortune of Five :\illion Is Left By St. Paul Lady for the Poor. .'l, 1 I1i. lli1I IN i Nl M lUI'NT.%It , St. Paul. Min in .. .\pril I . -Ity the death of .Ir<. 'Fa nie S. \\ ihir. ih tich occurred hcrI ' sti rl.lI y, Ia fortunei, estimlated at $5..,.o,,un, hiciloitis avail:hbil for charity. 'art of this mlilioney is Ito e used.-ill erectilng a builing fromt ishlilih the charity shall It e t lislenei d. I he moiney will lie placed ii tlih haln, of trustees. who are to aid all the worthy Iior of the city, ir rspective oli race. colotr or creed. The death of Mr.. Wilder removes the last of the \\itler family, which was one of the imiust prominent iii the Northwest in the early days. FITZGERALD WEED DIES IN CITY OF THE SAINTS Fitzgerald \Weed, knslin to mlany ini BIutte, wthere lie has lived for years, as "Fitz" Weed, died at Salt Lake City last Saturday. lie was a pioneer of lButte, the son of Mrs. Margaret Weed. one of the oldest residents of the .it, I lie body .,ill tie shipped to this city for burial, but no definite arrangemlents have yet bleel made for the funeral, which will tprllihBably take place fromt the iholle of his nmother at 331 North \Wyoming street. Fitzgerald Weed was 33 years old when he died. Formerly he was widely known In the Northwest as a jockey. He rope for Marcus Daly. Whe hlie grew too heavy for this he entered the machinists' trade, which he followed in the Anaconda shops. lie leaves his maother, a widow and three little children. Johnston house; under new manage menit; board and room $ .oo day. Mrs. Reed, proprictress. P. 1. Brophy. a very notable and creditable part in the hlection. About a thousand voted, and the womten election officers acquitted them clves well. The result of the election ik largely attributed by some people to the ~ties of the women. If that view is cor t t, it proves that the women of Butte know good schools when they see them, ",Ii intend tU keep them that way, re ,rdless of politics. 'I he election of Messrs. Ford. G;allwey : l IBrophy is a matter of c.lgr.i tllationl .i the people of the cit'y are .cry gen ,illy sati.fied. It is known that they r," eot, litted to the e iellentt policy of t r ,redecessors. and thait ti e" l chltools , :' ' titrne to be anutn;ý~, ill the able i, honest lialitir whith hli uight tilhe !Itill to, thlo llCcc llet i . HIS HOLINESS ON CATHOLIC ISLANDS Pope's Encyclical Concern ing Cuba and Porto Rico Read in Havana ARCHBISHOP CHAPPELLE MAKES KNOWN DECREES Leo Fiids That Dioceses Are Too Large as They Are and Creates More Porto Rico Becomes Directly Subject to the Roman See-What the Pope Believes Will Advance Catholicism. i1i 's OitIAI( I Iu'l.s, ( ic':, . .pl ril bi.- A dispatih to the 't itiuI froi I latrm uta saysn: A.t i'alm Sun day s.n ice here .Arch ishop ( Chappcll read an encyclical from the pope. ill atin nlo Slmanish. The folloing is an ex T'he titl Inge of the Co((ntry into a re ,uilic, which was recently accomplishied > ;Iii inihldcnt of sa r. has exerciscd a lan.e in the staits of religion. ()On this La unt aiid by rca-on of cessation of the -'vet.eignty of the king tof Span in tihe slantd oii Cuba, we thintk our duty to . nsider tilhe welfare of these regionts, in t gard to the ntteeds of the timeUs. "\\ith thiis bject we sclt as otur repre .tnttis e ,\rchbishopt, t'happel. who ac , t:,t t ely rep ,rttd te situatilon. After we tl nt m lturely studied tihe lm;tter and after \ilng ittiled that (luba poisesees certain Illtllities and relations with otther coun t i,. of l.atin-America. we, in conlselquence, ..!.iined by decree on Septimlber 5, 190J, n:,,t Cuba should be subject to the laws *,t the plenary council of l.atin-America, !-,I in Rome in 18599. Diocese Too Large. "Nevertheless. on considering recent de dlopments, we again occupy our apostolic .licitude in adjusting Catholic aulairs in I: at region still more in accordance with t;c place and time, wherefore, we through thiis constitution pronounce on our su 'rntlc authority what seems good for the uTardlig and advance of religion in Cuba. Since we ascertained that the vast In-, of the territory in the diocese of il\;ina andl Santiago and the increase in t.e C'atholic population render the visita tI:o , of the bishops extremely difficult, i.: have resolved to increase the number ,f prelates. We have, therefore, added t'l, diocese of Pinar del Rio and Cienfue "The diocese of Pinar del Rio comprises tlic province of Santa Clara Santiago Sill remain the princil.al see to which wil ,,". subject the diocese of Havana, Pinar -Il Rio and Cienfuegos. "Porto Rico is severed from the see of ;antiago and becomes immnediately sub Jct to Rome. For the present let every haoly in the sacre.. orders wholly abstain iorn interference in political matters. No mlla being a subject of (od entangleth himself in secular business." Archhishop Chappelle has been instruct I4, to call a provincial council as soon as thle new bishops are appointed. The en cyclical provides for the restoration of the schools and chapters at Havana and S:lltitl'o tinder special care of the church. Office Abolished. .lisonila, April 6.-The office of trainmnster of the Northern Pacific road at ]lope, Idaho, bis been abolished, and Louis Dunning, who Ia beell filling the position, will return to a Iosecnger run. j MEN * wURED YOUN6 Who are just realising the responsibilities of manhood and who find themselves handicapped in- life's battle by reason of the errors and dissipation of early youth, unfitting thenm M for the station in life that is the goal of every able-bodied man, should not hesitate a day, but call or write for the advice of our physicians. WE UNDERSTAND YOUR AFFLICTION aad can resore you to strength and vigor. MIDDLE Who find themselves growing old before their time, who find the fire of youth burning low, the aches and pains of the aged slowly creeping upon them-with that pain AG DMN across the small of the hark that grows worse instead of better: that IRRITABLE, NERVOUS, DESPONDENT FEELING that WILL NOT be shaken off. It means you need our treatment Consult our physicians, avail yourself of our FREE CONSULTATION and rid yourself of your ailments before it is too late. OLD Who realise that they are not as strong as they used to be. and those 0LD who are sufTering from Kidney and Bllaldr Troubles, Rheumatism, Lumbago. Impaired Digestive Organs. Constipation, Faulty Circulation MI Nnd the Kindred Diseases That COMIE WITH YEARS. can obtain re lief quickly and surely by ,onsulting us. Remember, there is no charge for consultation, either at our office or by mail. W E ALSO Lost Vigor, Pre.ature Decay, Nervous Debility, Rupture, Tumors. Varicoeele. Special Diseases, Eczema, Sleepless ness. Rheumatism. Neuralgia. Kidney Diseases, Bladder CDiseases, Spine Diseases. Heart Diseases, Blood Diseases, Skin D)iscases, Stomach Diseases, Rectal Diseases. HOME W\e.have perfected a system of home treatment where Iy the TRU'rriiFUI ANSWERING OF THE QUES TIONS ()F OUR DI)I(NOSIS SHEET and sendin TREATMENTu a SAMPIIE OF THE URINE FOR ANALYSI we can positively arrive at the true diagnosis of yo.' complaint as readily as though the patient were in our office. Twenty year experience has madle our physicians experts, and our success in curing diseas-t, by Home Treatment has never been equaled. It is successful and strictly privat.': X-Ray Examination Free!l " ALWAYS FIRST CONSULT TIIE EMINENT DOCTORS AND SPEC(IALISTS AT THE YELIEK MED. ICA. l ISTITT. INCOR'ORATEIDI) NDER TIE LAWS OF THE SSTATE OF .1(NT IANA AN AICKNOWL\.I,ElGED T BRI TIIE LEADING MEDll)ICAL INSTITUTE FR TIIE CURE OF DISEASES OF MEN IN THE \ EST. Yellek Medical Institute N. E. orner of W. Broadway and Montana Sts., Butte, Mont. MEeH-IANIeS We carry a complete up-to-date line of Mechanics' Tools and Builders' Hardware Your Patronage Solicited. Hardware Anaconda eopper Department Mining Co. Butte, Montana MINING GOOD THING IN PERU American Methods Will Turn Entire Country Into a Bonanza. American methods of mining and Amer ican enterprise are expected to work won ders in the way of making Peru again the great mineral producer it was at the time of the Incas, according to Peter Olson of Cerro de Pasco, Peru, who has been in Butte a few days. He says that it is a historical fact that before the Spaniards wiped out the Incas the latter were mining large quantities of gold and silver. The Spaniards did not keep up the mining and for years there has been little doing in that direction. Now, however, the Americans who have had large experience in mining, such men as J. B. Haggin, Frank Klepetko and oth ers well-known in mining circles, are taking hold of properties and devoloping them upon a large scale. The methods that have obtained extracting the metal have been very primitive. This circum stance, Mr. Olson says, has tended to re tard the mineral development of the country. WORK IS SUSPENDED Montana Corundum Shuts Down for the Time To Be Adjusted. Bozeman, April 6.-Owing to a misun derstanding among the directors of the 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....... s:30 a.m. From Great Falls and Helens, daily ................9: p.m. FULL INFORMATION FROM City Ticket Office, No. 41 North Main street, Butte. W. R. Meech, C. P. & T. A. Montana Corundum company work on the properties has been suspended for the time being. It is believed the trouble will be adjusted soon and that work will then be resumed. RiCH STRIKE AT OOM PAUL Missoula Men Interested in Wallace, Idaho, Mine Have a Good Thing. SPECIAL TO TILE INTER MOUNTAIN. Missoula, April 6.-News has reached here that a rich strike has been made at the Oom Paul mine at Wallace, Idaho. A vein of very rich ore has ben struck, it is claimed, and the indications are that the Missoula men who are interested will make a fortune.