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..IN.. Fruit Choice, Red 4' Tier Ap. ples, per box ......... .,125 Medium sized Red Apples, A splen did cooker. Per box ................ 1.00 Fancy, large, ripe Bananas. Per dozen ...... ...........25 Sweet. juicy Oranges, large size. Per dozen ............30C Fancy, medium sized Oranges. Per dosen ................. OC Large, fancy Rhubarb. Per pound .......... ...... 1~C Ripe Tomatoes. Per pound .... ............ OC J. W. TURNER & CO. CASH GROCERY 101 South Main StCet. Diamonds The Birthstone for April. The poet says: Those who in April date their years, Diamonds shall wear, lest bitter tears For vain repentance flow, This stone emblem of innocence, is known. Brilliancy, brightness or snapginess depends on the cutting of the diamonds. Great care has been exercised in the selection of our stock of diamonds. We carry one of the largest and finest stocks, of both mounted and loose diamonds, in the state. We believe we are in a position to, sell diamonds at a lower price than any other house in Butte. We do Diamond Mounting, Diamond Setting. Towlet Winterhalter Jewelers and Opticians SS West Park St.,Battel Mont. ..... -_ _- -_-_.-_ AMUEMENS_.' . U1TTON'S BROADWAY THEATER Dick P. Sutton, Manager. 'Phone a5. EASTER SUNDAY and Monday and Tuesday Nights April 19, 13, 1. W. H. CRANE IN "David Harum" April 17 and 18 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. Smitfh And a Company of Great Merit In The Game Keeper A Gigantic Scenic Success. Prices-j5c, goc and 75c; matinee, aSc and Soc. The election returns will be read from the stage Monday night. WITNESS IS NOW IN INDIA His Deposition Must Be Taken for a Suit in Montana Courts. H. F. Poland, a witness in the damage suit of William Green against the Indian Mining company to recover several thous and dollars for injuries received, is now in India, and the United States consul gen eral there has been authorised by Judge Knowles of the United Statee court here to take his deposition and forward it to Butte. The trial of the action will be de layed until the arrival of this deposition. PREPARATIONS FOR EASTER Catholics and Protestants Alike Will Mark the Holy Day. All of the churches of the city are mak ing extensive preparations for Easter mnusic. This is especially true at the Mountain View Methodist church, where the music will be in charge of Prof E. C. Hall. The choir of jo voices will be at its best and several of his latest compositions will be rendered. Queen Calls Out Troops. Brussels, April y.-It is stated the queen of Holland has signed a decree calling out two additional classes of reserves on account of the strbl which now affects jo,ooo men, T, L JOHNSON IS NOW A CANDIDATE Viotory at Cleveland Puts the Mayor in Line for Gover nor of the Ohioans. TOLEDO JONES AND JUL FLEISCHMANN RE-ELECTED Results in Ohio Are About Even for Both Parties-Michigan Republicans Elect Their State Ticket-Result Is in Doubt in Chicago, Where All Three Parties Are Claiming a Victory. BY ASSOCIATrD PRaES. Detroit, April 7.-The republicans of Michigan yesterday elected their state ticket by a majority estimated at between 35,ooo anl 4o,o0oo. The ticket follows: For Justice of the Supreme Court Judge Frank A. Hooker of Charlotte. For Regents of the State University Peter White of Marquette and L. E. Knappen of Grand Rapids. The vote throughout the state was light. In Detroit an unusually light vote was cast. The only municipal officers elected in Detroit were a police justice and eight school inspectors. Judge Sellers, repub lican, was re-elected and the republicans elected six of the inspectors. Local issues determined the results in most of the smaller cities in the state. At Battle Creek the socialist party made a strong campaign, but Mayor Webb, re publican, was elected by 7oo majority, with the total vote cast in the city t,3oo greater than at the last spring election. The socialist party elected two aldermen, giving them four in the present council. At Escanaba the social-labor party's candidate, J. J. Sourwein, was elected mayor. Grand Rapids elected the entire republican city ticket by between i,6oo and a,ooo plurality. Unoertain in Chicago. Chicago, April 7.-Estimates by re publicans and democrats on the result of the city election are 97 votes apart. Chair man Carr of the democratic committee de clares that Mayor Harrison is certain of re-election by so,ooo, and Chairman Re velle of the republican committee asserts that Graeme Stewart, the party candidate, will have a plurality of 47,0ooo0. l)aniel J Cruice, the independent labor candi date, also expresses himself as sure of election by about 30,000 plurality. No mayoralty campaign of recent years has been more bitterly contested. The officers to be elected are to be city treasurer, city attorney, city clerk and one alderman from each ward of the 15 wards. Johnson Re-elected. Cleveland, Ohio, April 7.-Ton L. Johnson was re-elected to the office of mayor yesterday by a majority of about 7,ooo over E. D. Goulder, republican All the other democratic candidates for city officers were elected. Jones in Again. Toledo, Ohio, April 7.-Mayor Sanmuel M. Jones, independent, was re-elected for the fourth term by a plurality of about =,8oo over John W. Down, republican, and Charles Edson, democrat. Police Judge Wachenheimer, democrat, was re-elected by a majority of soo. The remainder of the republican ticket was elected. Republican Gains. Cincinnati, April 7.-The republicans made material gains in the municipal elections, but they did not secure many changes in the administrations of the cities. The most notable exception was at Columbus, where Mayor lHinkle (dem ocrat) is succeeded by Robert H. Jeffrey (republican), with a plurality of I,5oo. The mayors of all the leading cities, ex cept Columbus, were elected. The democrats re-elected their tickets at Dayton, Sandusky, Chillicothe, Hamil ton and other cities normally democratic, and the republicans at Steubenville, Youngstown,Warren, Ironton, Portsmouth and other towns that they have hereto fore controlled. The fusion tickets as a rule were de feated in a dozen or more cities, where they were in the field. One of the most notable gains of the republicans was at Mansfield, and of the democrats at Springfield, where local issues controlled the results, as was the case in most of the changes. There is much diversity of opinion as to the effect of these municipal elections upon the next repub lican nomination for governor; but it is conceded that Mayor Tom L. Johnson of Cleveland will now become a for midable candidate for the democratic nomination for governor a few months hence, and that the Ingalls organization will be continued with a view of making Mr. Ingalls the democratic opponent of Hanna for senator. There was much gossip here last night about the incipient boom of Mayor Fleischmann for the republican nomination for governor. It is conceded that the indorsement of Mayor Fleich mann's administration mainly produced the result in Cincinnati, the largest plu rality of the largest total vote in the his tory of the city. Owing to his large business Interests he had declined renomination; but after the fusionists nominated M. E. Ingalls, the nomination was forced upon Fleisch mann. The republicans' gains in Cincin nati were not maintained in the numer ous suburbs, where about the usual party results were reported. The elections yesterday were the first under the new Ohio municipal code, which reorganizes all cities with a different system of officers and none are held over from previous elections. Mansfield elected Huntington Brown, republican, by a majority of less than one hundred. Springfield has probably elected Bowles, democrat, over Poole, republican. LECTURE ON LITERATURE Man Who Knows Books and Authors Is Coming to Butte. Lovers of literature in Butte are making plans for the appearance here at the Moun tain View Methodist church, April z3, 14 and is of Preston A. Perry, who will speak on "Some Famous Books and Their Makers," "Homes and Haunts of Some American Authors," and "Some Authors I Have Met." A heavy seat sale is ex pected. 10O MANY VOTERS TO TAKE DYING MAN AWAY Hackman Refuses to Help Morse Who Dies of Heart Trouble. George W. Morse, a member of the Sil ver City band, was stricken with heart disease while playing iin an open wagon in front of the polls yesterday. A hackman refused to take the dying man to the hospital, as he had voters to carry to the polls. After a carriage had finally been procured and while Morse was yet in it, on his way to the hos pital, he died. An inquest will be held at Duggan's utl dertaking rooms tonight. Morse was subject, it is stated, to heart disease, and to this his death is attri buted. lie had complained that he was not well during the day, but nothing se rious was thought to be the matter. About 4 o'clock in the afternoon, while the band was playing in front of the Steamboat block in Maryland avenue. Morse gasped and fell on his side. George W. Morse was so years old. He was born in New England. While still a young man he went to Miles City. Twenty years ago he came to Butte. He was secretary of the local musi cians' union and was a well-known mem ber of the gun club. If present efforts to find relatives in the East are not suc cessful the Butte Musicians' union will bury the body. FREEMAN IS ELECTED REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR THE MAYORALTY CARRIES CITY OF GREAT FALLS. SPECIAL. TO TlE INTER MtOt NTAIN. Great Fails, April 7.-'l'he repuhlican candidate for mayor, J. WV. Freeman, wa, elected by a majority of 25 over Austin C. Gormley, democrat. Herman Nallbach, democrat, was elected treasurer, and S. S. Hawkins, republican, was clected police judge. The democrats elected two alder men, the republicans one, and there wa' a tie foi alderman in the First ward. T'ht total vote was 1,933, the largest in th. history of the city. The registration wa, ,o80o. One Negro Lynched. Little Rock, Ark., April 7.-John Turn. er, colored, was lynched at Warren, Ark., last night for an attempted assault on Mrs. W. H. Neeley, a white woman who resides about seven miles west of town. AMONG THE TOILERS BRITISH COLUMBIA FUSS Strike Is Spreading and Chances Are It Will Be General. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Victoria, B. C., April 7.-The coal miners trouble on Vancouver Island is extending to Cumberland. When th' I,ooo or more miners employed at the Ex tension mines voted to join the Western Federation of Miners, James Dunamuir closed the mines. Mr. Baker, organizer for the Federa tion, who came to Ladysmith in conse quence of that action, went to the mines and organized a branch of the Federation there. About loo men have joined apd these men wil undoubtedly be discharged as Mr. Dunamuir is determined not to reel ognize the Federation. There are 5o0 men employed there. If the other men join the Federation the mines will be closed down as have those at Ladysmith. TRY TO GET INON-UNION MEN Master Painters at Portland Will Fight to the Bitter End. BY ASSOCIATED PR:aSS. Portland, April 7.-On account of the strike of aSo painters today for an in crease in wages the Master Painters' as sociation last night decided to advertise throughout the Northwest for non-union men. In case non-union painters are put to work, the building trades council say they will call out all their members and more than 3,00ooo men will be involved. FURNITURE PACKERS GO OUT Thousand on Strike in Chicago for Better Pay and Time. Chicago, April 7.-A thousand furniture packers in down-town wholesale and re tail houses went on strike today for a nine-hour day and $3.70 as a minimum scale. The packers submitted demands several weeks ago, and were offered the nine-.hour day minimum scale at $3.oo. eomrades The two go together. If you have fine furniture you require equally fine wall papers, bordaga, interior decorations gener , We 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. I'RANZMAN, Prop, isl W. Park St, 'Phone '6s. TWO YOUNG GIRLS WITHIN A MONTH This Is Record of Billings Man Who Is Refused a License to Wed, After All. ELOPED WITH ONE MISS AND WAS APPREHENDED She Has Jilted Him--Nothing Daunted, He Turned to Another Innocent, But Is Refused the Sanction of the Law Until the Mother Shall Give Her Con sent to the Bonds of Holy Matrimony. SI'Ft'IA. TO TH1E INTEIIs MOUNTAIN. Ikillings, April 7.--lobert Moore wants to become a married tmRan and he is leavingi no stone unturned in his search for a wife. lie applied at the office of the clerk of court yesterday for a license to wed a ('at'bon county girl, but owing to the fact that he has gained a name as a decidedly gallant swreetheart he was closely ques. tioned hy the clerk, who found that the prospective bride is but i5 years of age. "'Cannot issue a license; girl is too young," said the clerk, and the smile left the face of Moore. "Oh, come on; he a good fellow," he said. The clerk hunted up the law applying in stuh cases. Moore then said he would secure the written consent of the girl's monther to the marriage, and started olff to find her, in order to secure the necessary permission. If the mother gives her consent the lictenac will be issued, ibut not otherwise. Moore eloped with a Myrtle ('haflin, a is year-Iol girl of ltridger a motinth ago. and was later arrestedI in Ilillingis on word frypi the parents of the girl. lhe spent two nights in jail andl was then hreleasred, the relatives of the girl drciding int to prosecute. A week or so later M.lure made another attempt to carry oil the girl, lbut was ulnsluccessful. w\hen Myrtle decidled shie dlid not really Ive him he immediiately lbegan . iking fr another sweetheart and his applying for a marriage license yesterday shows lhe h.i, found her. Danger of Colds and Grip. The greatest danger from colds and grip Is their resulting in pneumonia. If rea sonalle care is used, however, and Cham herlain's Cough Remedy taken, all danger will he avoided. Amongl 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 danlgerous disease. It will ctre a cold or an attack of the grip in less time than any other treatment. It is Ileasant and safe to take. For sale by Paxson & Rockefeller, Newbro Drug Co., Christie & Leys, Newton Bros. UNITED RAILROADS REPLY Settlement in 'Frisco Strike Is Said to Be Probable. BY ASsOl'IArEI Piart'S.. San Francisco. April 7.--T'he United Railroads last night replied to the latest cmllnunication received from the Street Car Men's union. It has already been agreed that the matters in dispute should be subnmitted to arbitration, the arbitrators named being W. 1). Mason, Detroit, inter national president of the Aimalgam:lated Street Car Employes of America, and Patrick Calhoun of New York, represent ing the railroad company. The union asked for a third arbitrator to be chosen y the two men mentioned above. The company has consented to this and it is now said by those interested that a settlement of the question at issue will probaby be made in the near future. EXPECT STRIKE AT ROME Troops Doubled and Every Precaution Taken by Authorities. 0Y ASbOCIATrED P'RIS.. Rome, April 7.-A meeting of thle work men here to decide a general strike was called last evening and is still sitting at all early hour yesterday. labor troubles started with a strike of type setters. All the other trades are now asked to join. About loo,oos workers are now here who will leave on the slightest provocation. The troops in the capital, which usually number 12,oo0, have been more than doubled, and are kept in constant readi ness. The government has also taken steps to take possession of the shops of the bakers and butchers. Will Arbitrate Everything. BY A5SOCIAToD PRES., Providence, R. I., April 7.--,An agree ment to arbitrate all differences which may ariec during the next two years has just been signed by the Carpenters' union. This has averted a general strike of the craft in this vicinity. TOM M'TACUE IS IN ELECTED MAYOR OF DEER LODGE DURING HIS ABSENCE FROM PENITENTIARY CITY. SPECIAL. TO TIlt INTE.R MOUtNTAIN. Deer Lodge, April 7.-Col. Thomas Mc Tague was elected mayor of Deer L.odge on a citizens' ticket. lie has been absent from the city for the past two weeks andul was nominated and elected during his ab sence. John Mclnerney was elected al derman from the First ward, J. E. O'Neill from the Second, and Frank Mason from the Third. Affirms Lower Court. Washington, April 7. - The United States supremne court affirmed the decree of the United States court of appeals in the case of the Southern Pacific company and others versus the United States. In Stratton Will Case. Colorado Springs, Colo., April 7. - A compromise has been agreed to by both sides in the litigation to break the will of the late W. S. Stratton. By its terms I. Harry Stratton, who Is contesting the Hold A Price Your Comparison Breath Lace Curtain Sale Dio not utter the fnal "I will take WA EK of the grandest culrtain values thrtaon deal lace we ever offered. ketaltiftl curtains, may have in con- amorng thoetl the llUtih oIugllht for Arabian templatlon until C(ord (lurtains. We court the closest com you hsve invcstl gated our comrn- pnrisn--overlook no one's cl|aim to your parison price pat'ronage, iniIs none of tinhe ,closing otlt propositions for slles,"'" overstocked sales, auction sales or This any other old kind of stales; give thern all a Schance to dtio their best for you, then buy W eek where you can dlo the best for yourseif. Do that and as sure as tomorrow'M unn conies up you will uy here. Lace Curtains Lace Curtains Of good bedroom width, al' yards long, heavy net, crucliet cldge ald adras weave, tnile styles, plain cen. lnhaynt r teerge te with fancy burders and Insertion neat all. over c effect. 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