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FOIL SATURDAY French Peas, per can.. sC Clam Juice, per can.... oc Large cans Mustard Sar. dines, per can....... boc 3.lb. can Pork and Beans, in tomatoe sauce, a snap.............. 15 Large glass of Jelly..l2 l-ac zoc glass of Jam... 3 I1-2 Fancy, highly perfumed Toilet Soap, per box. 15r J. W. TURNER & CO. CASH OROCERY 101 South Main Street. Diamonds The Birthstone for April. The poct sa)s: Those who in April date their ycars, Diamonds shall wear. lest bitter tears For vain c)repenltance flow, llThis stone illehclll of innocence, is known. l~rillianci, briglhtness or snappiness depends on the cutting of the diamonds. (;reat care has been exercised in the selection of our stock of diamonds. We carry one of the largest and linest stocks, of both mounted and loose diamions. in the state. We believe we are in a position to sell diamonds at a lower p, ice than any other house in Ilutte. We do Diamond Mounting, Diamond Setting. Towle& Winterhalter Jewelers and Opticians 28 West Park St.,Butte, Mont. AMUSEMENTS SUTTON'S BROADWAY THEATER Dick P. Sutton, Manager. 'Phone as. EASTER SUNDAY and Monday and Tuesday Nights April I, 13, 14, W. H. CRANE IN "David Harum" April 17 and i8 TWO NIGHTS foxy Grandpa GRAND OPERA HOUSE Arthur A. Marks, Mgr. Tel. 356. Three Nights, Commencing Sun day, April 5. Sunday Matinee Tour of the Young Singing Comedian, Thomas J. Smith And a Company of Great Merit In The Game Keeper A Gigantic Scenic Success. Prices--ac, 5oc and 75c; matinee, a5e and Soc. The election returns will be read from the stage Monday night. AI. Onken UNION Manager. TONIGHT IFAMILY WO THEATER And every night Under new manage thi w uent. New scenery. PRICES 1b, 38, aoc, o0 The comedy melodrama, "Under the Pines" The world's wonder, 8-year-old Baby Kelly and her father, in buck and wing dancing; Robert Wingate, trick bone solo. ist; Arnado, In "Silence and Fun;" Doty, the monologist. Children's matineee Saturday, rse, a$c. Listened to Wrong Stars. A New York correspondent sends us the following incident: "Some years ago that bright and witty judge, George C. Barnard, was on the bench listening to a young flowery lawyer arguing a motion be fore him. The youthful limb of the law wound up his peroration by remarking: 'Why, your honor, that precedent was established.' 'Well,' said the judge, 'it will cost you $zo for being at that con gcrt. I deny thg motion.'" ,, ARRANGEMENTS FOR RECEPTION OF THE PRESIDENT AT LIVINGSTON Stay Will Be Short, As He Will Hurry on His Way into the Yellowstone National Park. lons. Joseph If. lixon, Congressman-elect From Montana. CARBONARI INFEST NEW YORK CITIES Italian Society Whose Object Is to Blackmail Thous ands in America. IT IS DEATH TO REFUSE TO PAY UP, AS THEY SAY Many Members Are Brigands, Exiled From the Old Country-Police Make Every Effort to Cope With the Society, But With Small Success-Victims of the Outrage Complain by Hundreds. aY ASSOCIATED PRESS. New York, April 6.-.\s a result of the recent influx of scores of thousanls of Ital ian immigrants and with them brigands, who have been driven from their native provinces, clTorts are brillng made to transplant to Almerican· soil some of the most pernicious of Itali;a institutiotns. Against this the police of XNcw York and suburban cities will unite their forces. Italian outlaws have created a society of a secret nature, having for its ehject the levying of blackmail, the victims lei.n. their own countrymen, who knowing their methods are willing to pay for immunuity from other persecutions. These brigands have been particularly active in West chester county. Three alleged members of the secret society have been arrested and if their identity is established they will be severely punished. In this city, it is said, the society has also been active, though here it operates more diplomatically than in the country and it is even more difficult for the police to cope with them. Are the Carbonari. In attempting to add dignity to their society the Italians have taken the name of Carbonari, which less than a century ago was an organization of patriots banded together for good government. The members of this society are sworn to se 'crecy and one of its peculiarities is that it permits victims to become members if they choose. Wealthy Italians all over the city and neighborhood have received letters signed "President," demanding sums varying from $a5 to $too and giv ing directions for the method of payment. Death is to be the penalty of a refusal. The chief of police of New Rochelle has received many letters from Italians who have been threatened. In many cases he has been told that the money has been paid. Prominent Italians have told him that the society is composed of the most dangerous characters who have been driven from Italy. PREACHES HIS LAST SERMON Rev. Coburn Closes Series of Revivals In the Greatest Camp. The Rev. William Coburn, who has been preaching to successful and crowded meet ings for the past two or three months, preached his last sermon itt Butte before a large audience last night. The evange list left this morning for Belt, where he will probably stay to days, after which he will go to Missoula and other points in the state. REV. DUNCAN FOR SOCIALISTS Unitarian Pastor Advocates Their Eleo tion in a Sermon on Creed. The Rev. Lewis J. Duncan of the Uni.. tarian church yesterday delivered a ser mon on "The Ethical Side of Socialism." Socialism, he said, is front first to last the party of hun anity, having extended the principle of democracy to the estab lishment and maintenance of the economic rights of the people and industrial free dom. Mr. Duncan went on to discuss socialism in the light of election, and ad. vocated the election of socialists to office. HOW IHE BARONESS MADE POOR MATCH Mrs. Louise Ames Vanweik Was Wife of An Austrian Nobleman One Time. MET THE FASCINATING GENTLEMAN IN PARIS Their Life Was Not a Happy One, and She Went to Sioux Falls and Procured a Divorce-Her First Husband Is Said to Have Been a Scion of a Famous New York Family-Is Now a Suicide. BY ASSOi'IA ID IHI SS. Sioux Falls, S. 1)., April 6.--Mrs. I.Louise Ames rVanweik, who committed suicide in a Jersey City hotehl yestcrday, ,a., until a short time ago, the lhar9iess \Vuolilaunr, the South DIakota courts only re cently having granted her a divorce from lharonm Wolfbat.cr, an Austrian nobilemr . For about a year she lived at IIot Sprin . She catime from there to this city last Oe tober. She evidently feared the baron wouldl protest the legality of her decree, for it is: said she retained a room ill the hotel. agreeing to pay for it indefinitely, her purpose being to maintain a semblance of a residence. lHer father was a cap tain in the United States army. She was born near Itulfalo, N. Y., abhout Io years ago. After her father and mother died lshe as sent to Indiana andi became a student at I)epanw university. Her pa ternal graindfather had lbeen president of th', institution for mIany years before. Received Much Attention. As the graddaughter of ex- President Ames she received much attention. Vanl weik. her first husbandl, said to have been a menmber of the family of New York state of that name. was also a student. Site became his wife a year after leaving college. They traveled considerably. One child, Dorothy, now aHL.tt to years of ago, was born. This child was the moth er's only companion in her residence in Sioux Falls and South Dakota. Mrs. Vanweik first met llaron Wolf bauer only about a year and a half ago. Their married life was unhappy. They had been introduced in Paris. lie was a -man of fine appearance and delightful mlanners. * . , eomrades The two go together. If you have fine furniture you require equally fine wall papers, borders, Interior decorations generally. WVe furnish the latter and can and will supply them if you so order-wall paper of the latest and choicest designs to show off that last suite of furniture you bought. CARDER WALL PAPER CO. C. V. rRANZMAN, Prop, tss W. Park St. 'Phone so6. Livingston, April 6.-All arrangements have been made Lor the reception of President Roosevelt and his party here on Wednesday morning. A general committee has been ap pointed to receive the president on be. half of the state. Its chairman is Hon. )joseph M. Dixon of Missoula, member of congress from this state. Mayor Charles Garnier, who is a member of the committee, will receive the president at the depot. According to the schedule the presi dent's stay here will be very short. The train will arrive at 8:4I o'clock on Wed nesday morning from the East and will 'harles Garnier, Mayor of L.i'ingsftn. . -.- -- . . -.. _._ . . . 2 . . . . - depart probably 15 mini.ute liter over thil N ational P'ark branch for ;Gardiner. It prIb.ilbly will hl run as th.e firstl sect'ion of the daily ,llsouth lhi..d train on the park branch. ,schcd hle, t, leave here ati t a. Ill. antd rt ach (an lltr shortly after Inoon. Pocat earlor the porities p.Unablet to Account by j Suddenr l'thr. ,, m.Ilnt Dis the p p eark. appearnd ance of .l.Manry .Inl Jttarrotghs, his trav line colp.anion., ,h e't LET Fort YlIFROMt . IBT which h SA ill make hi, start into tihlt inth .ior I" lice pa.tk SCOTT HARVE ANNOYED IS ON MISSING LIST Pocatello Authorities Unable to Account for Sudden Disappearance of Man. LETTER FROM BUTTE SAID TO HAVE ANNOYED HIM Received Epistle in Feminine Hand From il'This City-Tore it in a Thousand Bits, Evidently in Mental Distress- Shortly Afterward He Disappeared and No Trace of Hlm Is to Uie Found. ]': ,e.i t llh. Ihhl,h , \pil I1 \1)p.te'ry dark tnt in h penetrable ,urton ail, Olt- idi ) illMar lile' of Scott Ilarvey frolli his rooms inI this city, leaving i t I l,, i .,s h hind hint. S.ice hie islappoiirild iiarly lhree wieeks .ago nott a wtrdJ has ll ono frotl hinlmt, or can llanily ne 11he funlld who has seen('14 him I It has dIropped Oult of Sight as c.pllh t, ly (as if the 'arth hall Ipne.d . p1 and -,wallowed his. "The belief is gaining ro,.ut l thai t the rIIutnl mai1, whilo w.s was well drew.,ed 4:li '4.s sing ( imoney, lurlI h lrd to litte f,,r It purpose noi t klnown at this ilt, or rlise *riue llwe to flee iy a warning fro.. tllhere Iln arriving ill this city, Ilarvvy we(lt to the West hotel, where I.e relnteld a room4ll for aI week, paJlint ill advaIce. At thatt Itlle it was iotel he had plenty off maIlly with hiim. lhe changed his clothing and then re apleared ioll the street, going to til-e post oliltlr, whelre he received u letter Ihearingi Dropped Out of Sight. lThe reading of this letter s'eeed to i;lase Ilarvey considerable worry, an, after finishing it, he tore the missive into a thousand pieces ald threw the frau iIlle tsi intl tile street. Returning tl the h11t11I he went to his reaiiiil, where he rellaiiied for a 4hlrt time, after which he Ilropleldel out (f ighllt aboutt the time the train for H1utte pa15e1d through the city. Whether or 3o1 he took passage . 111ot ktnown. In his room were found papers indi la'tilg that Hlarviey was it Mod1!rn Wood 1444 4,,1d had lived in t)anvers, Ill., ai d that at one tilmie lie was a resident of an Alahama city. In aildition to these papers there was an envelope, addressed io a feminine ha.d, jiistmarked Butte, Mont. The authorities 441 at a loss to acclunt for the young mail's disappearance. MAN'S PLACE IN UNIVERSE .4rs. Havilah Sq,ias, Explains a Few Things of a Theosophical Nature. Yesterday Mrs. Ilavilan Siuiers, in structor to the Butte Theosophical so ciety, delivered an address at the society rooms in the Goldberg block on the sub ject of "Man's Place in the Universe." She argued from the prnemises that man is an integral part of the universe and therefore cannot be separated from it. Mrs. Squiers at great length, but in simple language, spoke of the different bodies with which the soul is clothed, and its functions, bringing out the theosophi cal idea of reincarnation and many re births. Rev. Murray's Sermon. J. R, Murray, pastor of the Methodist IlEpiscopal church, south, preached yester lay morning from the text in Revelations, xxii, z6: "1 ant the root and offspring of David." lie spoke at some length on the incarnation of Jesus Christ. For the safe Investment and rapid ac cumulation of your surplus, talk with Giles, No. to West Broadway, Butte. Hold ]A Price Your Comparison Breath Lace Curtain Sale Do not utter the final "I will take A IEKK of the grandent curtain values them" on any lace we ver offered. Beautiful cnrtains, curtain deal you ..rt.. may have in con- am.ong them the much soughll t for Arabian templation until Cord Curtains. We court thoe closest Com you have invcatli gated our corn lmrinl-o(verlook no Olne's clllaim to your parilon price patronage, mllins noln of the ''loning oult proponitiot.s for iales," overstocked sales, aIUction sales or This any other old kind of sales; give them all t 1 hance to dol their Iest for you, then buy Week Whore you 1 can do the Iabt for yout 1self. 1)o you will hlty here. Lace Curtains Lace Curtains i aOf lil lv .r c.t i wi4ltt, : t. . t rt.h Nr.,%v,, nine ..t1h , illilt celt. in , heavy I , rchct rg :n ,| 11 c a i it rin ""at ti veri 55 c " ". 'ittr ....................... 2 .4 5 American Lace Curtains fi fll i.. , . i.i. tI,, .... Lace Curtains a rt' i'st tiit'l ltt A til te' flit i( t.. w 'i 41, ill t f.1e4.;1 :111 41111 . ,I f.ntl"y e d s 6 5 C r t11 '1 1 'clv l it ;1' t 1 1 11 (1 ' 1 l fu ll, lii II I e . . .. . . .. . .. . . . .. . . . . ... i ty ' itt .it,', . it ,h i Ie ii a an ine, ' ' liiit :ol*! ,I,.it.0 . h r .. I'll".414 r Iu .I 'A 1 Scotch Net Curtains . 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I, 1 b u'Iý Iw :11.1 .... ", ' $ 1 I: .111 ".1~ .. . n1 'hl11 ,,' ,f i,,-. I'4r I,.I l ........ . e I.u 1 , ., 11, .I, "t 1i , I I. 1. .1 . Mail Us Your Orders--We Pay the ireight. BrownfielddCanty Carpet Co. 48 to 54 West Park, 41 to 43 West Galena Street, Butte. WISHES TO SECURE A HOME FOR BOYS Hawker Would Find His Rel atives, So His Offspring Would Be Provided For. PATHETIC STORY OF ONE WHOM DEATH HAS PURSUED Formerly a Tclejraphl Operator, Hawker Is Now a Laborer--Has Two Boys, in Whom He is Wrapped Up and For Whom His Only Anxiety in Life Is- His People Might Care for Them. For over .: years C. I.. Ih awker of South liitte has lain trying to hold his Imothr'i. luiplIc ;und his own btllrutrs and sjisters, litt withJiout success. I1le is now .#6 years hi andi rrsid l in la iroIin upstairs over the Ilirsesihoe silooli, with hiis' two sons, onie o :and the othtr 15 years iof age, the latter .iiing ia cripple. At present heI is emiployed. is a cuuIIoIuil laiuorer, lint ait one time he was a tchi graph operator andl was Im plnyed for ; loing ti;Lce on the Noirthinrli Pacific railroad. Ilawker's story, which hue tld in police lheadquarters this morninig, is pathetic, lie is broken in spirit and at times despond ent. His secondl wife ;ii hI aire Siep- arated and hle keeps house with his two Iboys, does his cooking and is sttriving hard to imake an honest living. IIt: one great object in life now is to find somine of his mothcr'e people, that he nlmy in. dluce them to give his children a home. From Old Ohio. For hlisel f lie does inot care so Imluch, hut, he is wrapped up in his boys ald wouliJ like to see themi placed in the care of relatives, while he is sliding down life's incline. Ilis story follows: "1 was born at Zanesville, Logan county, O)hio. My mother died with niy advent into this world. I was taken in charge by an aunt, Mrs. Kate Pope, who kept me for two monlths and then I was given to Rev. William Ilawker and his wife, 'Thli Hawkers did not legally adopt me, ibut I lived with themn until I was a1 years of age, and assumied their name. I have always called them father and mIlothler. "Soon after my adoption my foster parents moved to Perry, Pike county, Ill., where I grew up. I attended school with Mrs. William Jennings Bryan and knew her quite well when she was a girl. Soon after reaching my majority I mar ried and moved to Missouri. It was about this time that I began to search for my own people. "I learned that my father was dead, bint I found a sister, Mrs, Maria Johnson, axative .mM uinipý 2.(1 e ovaryw cures aCold boOmDay, a Days /! h e.. 35. D ullman, Diniag and SLibrary Car Route to SALT LAKE DIF.NVER KANSAS CITY OMAHA CHICAGO ST. LOUIS And ill Eastern Points Short Line To Colorado, Arizona and Mexico San francisco, Los Angeles (Oceae or Rail.) PORTLAND And All Pacific eoast Po.sate ARRIVE. - DEPART. No. 9.....6:40p.m. No. $...4:41p. Is No. I....a:4 a. m. I No so...a:os a. Ticket Office 105 N. Main Street Butte, Montana. H. 0. WILSON. GENERAL AGT, who was living near Zan.esvilh.. and a ftlii a corresllllllence of several y uars I prcvailed uponi her to conle to M.isouri, but lshe died in the depot as she was about to coiii West. "A few ycars after tllis sal ev'nt I located a man hy the name of Martin I'ope, lwho I was informed was my brotlher. I received lno alnswerb to my littcrs. "I have been marricd twice and my two Ioys are tlhe Iresult of tile first Ullion." HIS TRIP TO ROME Edward Is Said to Have a Scheme to Stand off Der Kaiser. DY ASSOCIATED PRIS:I. l.oludon, April 6.-Inummense signflicanoe is attached to the forthcoming visit of the king to Rome and Paris. One paper goes so far as to say the king's trip "Spells ruin and annihilation to the German emn peror's ambitious schemes, as Germany could never dream of risking a quarrel with Great Britain or America, unless the connivance of Italy and the neutrality of France were secure."