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EASTER SUNDAY TO BE
GENERALLY OBSERVED Majority of Butte Churches, Catholic and Protestant, Will Have Special Services. Easter day, as commemorating the cen tral fact of the Christian religion, has al ways been regarded as the chief festival of the Christian year and has from the earliest times been observed with a stately and elaborate ceremonial. The Christian churches, whica do not pay any particular attention to the observance of Easter are decidedly in the mninority. The Butte churches are busily engaged in preparing for the observance of the feast, and special musical programs are erranged for all of the churches that will bold Easter services. The service at the Catholic churshes will be the same all over the city, with the exception of the musical features, which are left in the bands of the organists or musical directors for preparation. The choirs of the various churches have been hard at work for sev eral weeks past, practicing the numbers selected for the musical program on the great day. The floral concerns are hIying in a choice stock of flowers for the deco ration of the chancels. A special invoke of lilMes has been imported and the deco rations this year bid fair to outrival any previous display. The observance of the Paschal feast by the Jews and the Christians differs in the point of time. Though the Paschal festival at a very early date became the rule in the Christian church, a difference as to the time of its observance speedily sprang up between the Christians of Jew ish and Gentile origin. No rule as to the date of the Easter festival being laid down, the Christians were left to follow their own inclination. The Jews consid ered it as the termination of the Paschal season, so the fast would end on the fourth day of the moon, irrespective of the day of the week, and the Easter feast POLICE. ARE READY TO HANDOLE THUGS Influx of Sneak-Thieves and Other Petty Criminals Expected by Chief. USUALLY FOLLOW WHEN ROOSEVELT GOES ABOUT Crowds Attracted by Any Famous Per sonage Are Their Meat-Photos and Descriptions Have Been Obtained and the Rogues Will Be Promtply Handled When They Make Their Appearance. Ilutte's police force is prepared to handle ion skilled crooks, pickpockets in the main, who are following l'resident Roosevelt', train. ,lost of these men are now in Montana. (hief of Police James Hrcynolds has now photo. gratphs and descriptions of almost every one of this army of grafters. A complete list of their nsames and outlines of their various methods of operation are also in his hands. These are being given out to members ,of the force, and a sharp lookout will be kept from this time on for any of tile number. These men have come from the East. They are clearly acting under the direction of sotte experienced croqk. Pocket picking and bunco playing are the specialties of tmrst of them. 'Thy have systematically dividel into small parties, each of which takes some one town to work. In this they are much like the array of crooks who followed President Roosevelt itto |Montana in sgoo. and camte to grief in ilutte. At that time several of the most notorious criminals in the United States and one English pickpocket of wide fame were arrested at Ilutte and sent to lHelens, where they answered for thefts committed in that city. First Chance in Years. The tour of the prerident is the first golden oplportunity that Eastern pickpockets and hunco men of long-time notoriety have gotten for several years. Similar trips in the East affords poor pickings for these men, as they are all well advertised ill that section. Under the supposition that they could travel through the H est without mtlch fear of mole.tation, some of the most skillful operators in the en tire world of graft seized this chance to embark on another venture. While they were planning their work they were to a certain extent watched by the police of the larger cities. Gradually the names of every one of them were obtained. Their pho. tograptts were gleaned from rogues' galleries. Copies were made and these, with measure. ments and descriptions, were sent outt to those cities known to have well organized police departments. It is considered likely that the unenviahlc reputation Butte gained in among underworld circles when detectives of this city picked up the "swell mob," who came to grief here in stol will have some ing;ence toward making many of the present army pass by the city. T'hose who care to remain will be closely watched for by' plain clothes ment and police ascin in uniform. INSIDE FACTS ON THE MERGER SUIT (Continued from Page One.) traffic association, could successfully nul lify the declared policy of the federal govy erlnent. "So, pursuant to his opinion to the presi dent, the suit was instituted and persibt cntly pressed to a trial. "It was his judgment that the Sherman anti-4rust law had not exhausted the power of congress in controlling and regulating combinations in restraint of commerce. Qhis case, from the original opinion to the president, step by step, through every phase, has been conducted with the ad vice and direction of the attorney gen eral." Duquette Is Held. [Missoula, April ro.-William if. Duquette, said to be badly wanted in Nebraska on a char o perjur In an important case recently triedthere, in which he was an important wit, ness, has been arrested here on information from the Nebraska authorities. lie will be held for the Nebraska officers. Pogson, Peloubet & Co. PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS New York - 20 sBroad treet Chlcago * Marquette Buildlag St. Louis - Chemloal Building Butte . Honenesy Building Auprs tF 1or OKS AND ACCOUNTS, SystKMS or ROOKKEaI'INO OR (o CoT'a, VINANt'IAl, IAXaI.ATONSO, 7TC. would follow immediately. The Chris tian, on the other hand, identified the first day of the week with the resurrection festival and kept the preceding Friday as the comntllshoratiott of the crucifixion, irrespective of the day of the msooth. The name "Easter" is a survival from the old Teutonic mythology. It is de rived front "Eastre" or "Ostora," the Anglo-Saxon goddess of spring, to whom the fourth month corresponding, to our April-hence called Easter month-was dedicated. Easter has always been significant of the birth of spring and the resurrection of nature buried during all the long winter months under a mantle of snow. This is the season when everything blossoms, the womlen blosnomsl out ill new hats. the men in new suits, time eggs in weird and won derful lues, a.il the shop windows in a display of spring novelties. As the cnd of lent it it the signal for the resumption of the earthly ditties awl pleasures of man kind. After the long lI.nton season of suppression, everything seems to buttrt out in a blaze of color all at once. Even the eg-s. There is an old tradition that the Easter egg is laid by the rabdtit and is already endowed with all the hues of the rain how when discovered by the hunter for E tster troldpies. Just what was the theory that accounted for the color of the eggs, or the fact that the ranlbit only laid them once a year, is not known today. The story started before general use allowed one to employ the expression: "No more than a rabbit," implying that the rabbit is destitute of just about everything that can be imagined. Now, if the rabbit really does lay the eggs, he has the hen beat at her own game. NO MARKETS TODAY aY AStIOCIA1 ED PRESS. New York, April so.-All markets and exchanges here were closed today in ob servance of Good Friday. GOOD FRIDAY SERVICES IN THE LOCAL CHURCHES Holy Day Is Generally Marked by Special Services-Something of the His tory of the Anniversary. (;nodl Frida y. the most solctmn day in the calendlar of the ('hristion year is being oh. setrved today in the Catholic anti the Episcotal churches of the city. Itcing the fast in cons mem,,rati ,'t of the cruciti i.n, it is customarty for the altar to he drapltt in Ihlack and the pri.ests to be gowned correspondingly. The services are the Iltst sitlemnl and ism prersite of any observanlce of the year, dating from sonle time prior to the eighllt cmntury, andl having varied very little dtltrig that timte. In the Roman Catholic church there are nmany special features to the serviee. The ep,i-tle is nolt read, Ibut for it are subutitulted sutlldry l.passages from Ilosea. ltathakuk,. Exo. dus and the lPsalms. The gospel for thle day conlsists of the passin as accorded by St. Jo)hn. The reading of this is followed by the hidding of prayrrs for tile peace anti unity of the church, for the pope, tile clergy, all ranks ant conditions of lCen, for the sick antd aftlict ed, heretics andt chisnmatics, Jews and heathenrt. The services ini the Episcopal church are similar to those in the Rt.man, with the ex ception of those things which apply directly to the Church of Rome. At the Sacred lleart Catholic church today the morning cervices began with the reading of the prophecies and the P'assion of ('hrist according to, St. Matthew. Theni followed the uttveiling of the cross. l'This was followed by a procession bearing the blessed sacrantenit on the repository down the side aisle and up the center aisle to the main altar where the mass of the I'rescantitsied is had. Tonight the ser vice will tegin with the solemn stations of the cross followed by a sermon on tile passion of Christ. There will Ite a prucesrion bearing a relic of the true cross after the sermon. The set vice will conclude with the veneration of the cross. The relic of the cross to be carried in to night's service is the only atthentic relic of the sort in the entire state of Montana, and one of a very few pIeces in the United States. At St. Jhl't llEpiscopal chutrch this evening .Mendelssohn's oratoriot, "('hristus," will be given under the direction of Vernon Edward Matlack. The oratorio is a musical sketch of the life of Christ up to anti including the crueci fixion., The prinliplal choruses are as follows: "There Shall lie a Star;" "This .Man \\e have Fotnad;" "lie Stirred t he i ews;" "Away With )csus;'. "C truify;" "We Ilave a Sac red Law;' "Dl)auglters of .Zion," anl a choral of male voices, "lie .eaves His Hleavenly I',or talr." ITALIANS TESTIFY IN MR. J. T. WATSON'S CASE Appear Before McClernan in Trial of Al leged Burglar-Lodging House Pro prietor on Stand. For a time Judge McClcrnan's court room today might have been taken for Lit tie Italy, so nIumerous were the Italian English expressions that resounded through the courtroom. The proprietor of an Italian lodging house, Benjamin 13onino, was on the stand testifying against J. T. Watson, who was being tried for burglary, and the witness per sisted in talking rapidly in broken Eng lish even after the court had admonished himn to stop. Another Italian, during the course of his testimony, left the witness stand and marched before the jury trying to show how the accused ran when he discovered him. It is alleged that Watson broke into Bonino's house, No. j16 East Park street, on the morning of February a7. lie was caught by the proprietor and others in the house and held until an officer ar rived. Watson's attorney, A. O. Newton, sought to have the case thrown out of court on account of defects in the information, but the court ruled against him. Ben Bo nino, Henry Crestetto and Officers Shee han and Donley had testified up to a quarter to three and the case may be concluded today. These comprise the jury: Henry Jones, J. II. O'Meara, Con .Lesry, Richard Kent, O. J. Larson,.D. J. Smith, David Rundle, M. D. Sheehan, Maurice Rowe, John Sul livan, W. J. Rundle, George Erickson. Will Not Comment. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. New York, April io.-President J. J. 111l of the Northern Securities company was at his office this morning, caling later on J. P. Morgan. Mr. Hill made quite a stay at Mr. Morgan's office, where he con frrred with several mem.bers of the firm. None of thee nteretef would comment further on yesterday's decision of the cir cult court. CLASSIFIED WANT ADS ONE CENT A WORD EVERY WANT V BUTTE BUSINESS DIRECTORY INTER MOUNTAIN LISTED HERE j!or Benefit of Busy People WANT ADS PAY HELP WANTED MALE W'.ANT'rED- Eiperienred solnii tors. Call or address circulator. Inter Mountain. \\ANT'llI)--Mn at Wcsteln It'ion Telegraph company; $S per day. D'rli: 'It1'T E- Shred., reliable man wanted in every locality for ,rofltable secret service; experience unteressary. Write American De tective Associationt Indianapolih, Ind. HELP WANTED-FEMALE WANTED-A young girl to take care of baby. al7 North Montana street. WANTED-Girls over 16 years old to deliver telegrams at Western Lniuon Tel. Co.; good wages. FOR RENT-ROOMS FOR I+RENT--Front staite of tIrnished rooims, suitaIle for two gentlemen; electric light, hot water he-at and bath; rent reasonable. 40t W. G;ranite, Ilutte. FOil RENTi'-Two rooms for l1ousekeeping. No. yu Colorado street, itiltr. FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms in I.tt tle Joe block: this hcouse has been entirely renovated and rclurnished. No. Ia W. Iark at., Ilutte. FOR RENT-Nicely lurn,,helt modern rooms; rates reasonable. No. S.j North Main. TILE IIARiVARD- Rooms single or en, suite; free baths. iir W. ltroadway, next l.ibrary. OLSOtN Il.I)'K- New and modern rooms; corner Iron and Wyoming. I(fR RENT ILynch block; all modern outside roomns; flrst-elas, $. No. a7o Kant Park. 'TillI: El..\WOOD\-Transients a specialty. No. 56 Eaat Broadway. Butte. FI1k REI.NT-The Erwin; newly lurnished rooms; modern conveniences; prices reason able. No. 3ja East Park. TiANSIENT'-4lpecial, York block. No. U6 West 'ark. REYNOLDS & M')OWEI.L Il.Oc('K-('or. Colorado and Silver streets. Select saart. ments; hot and cold water in every room; bath on each floor; electric lighted tlhrouglihout. HIOTEI. OXFORD)-R-ooms $So up; lirst-class; modern conveniences. South Mlain. FOR RENT-HOUSES FOR RENT --Threeroom cottage; all modern conveniences. Inquire No. 425 North Main. FOR RENT-Upper modern snx.room flat No. 3ai North Jarkson. Apply No. 731 \Vest Quartz street. Rent reasonable. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE NOTI(E OF I'lll.(I' SAI.E .jo acres of deeded land and 40 acres of desert, ready for proof. J.and is situated on the west side of the r IHolule river, to miles above rTwin liridges, with an independent ditch taken irom llg llhle river. In the year I9a cut o. tons of alfalfa, 6o tons of timothy and wild hay, and a tolns of grain hay. With ten acres of new alfalfa and more land to lie put Ulder cultivation, all under s.re ditchll. .and is sucrrounded with good fencin,. with other gupd improvements. Two wetll with lipumps lit then,. G(ood opening to the range, suitablle for hlorses, eattle and sheep. t;God timber shrliterr and plenty of opell water. lublic auction sale ito the highest bidder on said ranch, on Monday, April 13, tgsJ, at 'Prerns, mostly cash. ItE.\VER IiROS., Twin Itridges, Montana. FOR SALE-HORSES FORik SALE - Full blooded Percheron stallion, six years old, weighing about tlno. Price, $400. John E. Holfmann. Warm Springs, Monl. "FOR SAI.E, CIIEAlI'--lorse, harness and spring wagon. No. oas South Main. FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE - Five spring wagons; 6 high grade second-iand buggies; a sets duuble harness; t single harness; 1S gentle hiorsen, all sizes. Ilutte Carriage Works, its East tGalena, Ilutte; telephone 687F. IOR SALE -Three wall cases cheap. E. L'. Mayer, No. 6s West Park street. FOR SALE-FURNITURE SPECIAL'TY ftARft;ANS. One $ys hotel refrigerator. $SS. One $6S new Mjinch wide leather lounge, only $4a. $oso bedroom suits, $3s to $So. One firelroof safe, $4o; one at 165. ()ne cashlier's $6 desk, $wo. One l.-Ioot $JS bookkeeper's desk, only $ts. ()ne $45n piano, o1y $ion. Three large wall cases, $1s and $s5. House refrigerators, half price. BUTTE EXCIIANtIIE . UNIT'I lE CO., Nos. 18 and so W\est Ilroadway. FOR SAILE--Furniture of six rooms. No. 4o03 East Broadway. House for rent. AWNINGS, TENTS AND COVERS AI.l. KIINDS MADE to order. Alexander Macaulay, No. aIl South Main. 'Phone 6a, LITERARY NEWS Those looking for Easter suggestions will find them in the April What To Eat which comes out this month with rarely unique poster cover, a bunch of April maidens under big blue umbrellas-beauty reigns as it were. "An Easter Comedy" is a story by Ed. winl IL. Sabin which all wives who have tried to economize for extravagant hus bands will appreciate. Elizabeth Wads worth Morrison describes some Easter tid bits in her "Illustrated Dishes," Margaret Morton Withrow writes on "Making Easter Candies" and l.aura A. Smith writes on "Easter Bridal Affairs." "April Luncheons for a Bride-Elect" by Gertrude Burr is full of hints. "ILondon: Its Cheap Restaurants" by George Cecil of London describes some of these places and the prices charged, Genie H. Rosenfield ,who writes charming ly of stage people turns her attention this month to the humorous side of "Meals Cooked by Electricity." F. Tryon Charles writes his usually bright and interesting Paris letter. Felix L. Oswald, M. D., whose humor-. ous style is the sugar-coating to many pills of sound advice, talks on "Food Re form Problems" in this month's instalment of "Dietetic Health Hints." Craftsman for April. The Craftsman for April, in accordance with the nature of the month which sees its issue, offers a list of subjects ranging from grave to those of lighter character. The opening paper is a translation from the leading art periodical of France. It de seathes tih new wnrkshops tand gesldenre of M. Rene I.alique, whose accomplish ments and rank among contemporary French artists were discussed in an orig. Inter Mountain Wants Bring Results Mr. GEORGE SUTLIFF, 652 Colorado Street, inserted the following Want Ad in the INTER MouNrAIN: FOR RENT-HOUSES l 1r 11N ' I I ' , i' , in I I n I,,' I. r f *r, at (,.: l' orad, llItlt. ( all Ilctr i :Js It. Il. Within one hour after this paper appeared on the street, the house was rented and furniture sold for cash, as a result of the advertisement. ACCORDION PLAITING NI . V:s l.EST lit )ADWAY. A 'lhone j V. I 1 ASSAYERS 'H1_M A. Itt'titi(;Y, asayer and chemist. No. i., North Main street. Iutte. Fll'A. TARItK-K - LEWIS .Asaye.rs. Nui,. e ,~ous to A. It. Romnbaurr. No. aid North W'young t. 'hont Lte lIt. PI. Ut. nlna 1,4. BOOKS AND STATIONERY NON\' II ll.S ilTlllT, 51t)l.1) and exchanged, at l'alner's. Ni,. Sl last Broadway. BUSINESS CHANCES ;WlF \\'ANT a reprexentative to every ry y and tu~ni1 in this state to present outr btoinesl: outr plropoition is in exceptional oilne and oflri to a gloud, reliable, Ionest party, with rertrecites, not lei titan $tnn per montlh; no tllvasi.' g or ppolilnting li agent; a hoina lidt. I, itimate buiaclill. Addries with stalmp. C. t. Pulbifer & (Cu., I.uaiber E.xhantge, Sratl Ic. BAR .FIXTURES .1 \\I AND) SEL('tIl)IIANI) liar htxtutr. illliard and pool tables for sale at No. ýi P.a.t (;ranite street, Hutte. The Ilrunwic-L Balke('ollender conmpany. CLEANING AND DYEING PAIt III'S I'AtISIAN IDY It l'SI Alt1 a,.rk guaranteed. No. 6o We'cst f(alcna street. l'hlllec 747 A. French dyring and eleuanlig. COLLECTIONS C , i .i ' I .. i' i ý , , x I X C T I ý l el . ! ifr rt., l f <. Iiti legal matters attelded to. Adivice ti e. B.t 6. . Itutte., Montana. Ill iN'ANA (a'tf.l.tI"lION AIIEN .Y, No. i ', Pennsylvania bildinig. 'l'hone Li 3-M. Pt! nipt returnst on aill i'collecttin. il" ITF. Af)ltS'TMENT O)ll'iANY ( ollect had till. Try it. No, ai Norlth Main. CARPET CLEANING IllTT"l. IIP'IlIt.S1TEIIIN/. sand Steam ('aipet "leranling ('on. lhave doublelld Ihrir rapacity lor ding goodl work tlhi seasonl. I"lllntates fur. nilhred free. No trouble to call. T'llelilphone 669 M. George . Shaile, manager. Wi\uks cot llll Montlana and lophylllry. WI:.Il SI )E Electric arplel ('liraning (o.- ('arpl'lt ewedl, trcmloidetlrd, I ill Ill rtlla s .ottrrd. No. aao West Biroadway. T'yelihtlltlne g67 -A CUTLERY-RAZOR GRINDING 1E.Ei.lfRC f;141 NIII . 'lOIRKS anit razor niallUactory. All kindsa instlrtmnnt harp-llll enedl andll reroaired. Olur razotrs and knives set fitlly guaranteed. Joelieh Whithllead, Not. il-. Iil .CSttlh Aritona. CLOTHES CLEANING (NI..L'E, TfILO,(RIN(; ('CO. will clean and pllss your suil each week liir $a.oo t'r ni.ilth; go( t4 called for iand delivered. U. 7 Ila.1 (t ra iit . street. 'Plihonie i14,. CARPENTER AND JOBBER SAT ISFA("TOR'Y WNRIlK. lowest timates.ot \\'i. E. Wynne, No. it Last Pio iphyr). 'Phone 6i. F, DRUGGISTS II Alt tiI [N--The Owl IPharmacy lto Nos. 4 56 Fast Broadwayl, opposite the ITlrntin. HAIRDRESSING l itS. A. fIElTIlRI(;IIT, hairdressing, mani clrr, chir.opodist. No. tt4 West Itroadway. HARNESS AND SADDLES >ll. . WJIRKMANSi.tllI, lowest pllies ltlar anitedl. Alexander MIlacaulay, Nu. sie Soutli Main. 'Phone 6a. inal article printed in the Craftsman for November, 19o, The dominant, indi vidual, tranquil note bounded by M. Lalique amid the warring elements of modern art, constantly increases its attrac tion for those who once lend themselves to its charm. Anid this is because nature is the source of the great man's inspiration:; because he rejects tradition to follow truth. Hlis absorbing love, his intelligent study of life shown in his small creations--such as the marvelous enameled flower of th* Luxcrrbourg gallery, or jeweled bees scaling the crest of a lady's comb--here reappear in the oldest and most necessary of all the arts, architecture. lie chooses the pine tree as a structural element, and its fruit becomes his unit of decoration. From the simplest means he produces a scheme, rich, varied and satisfying. The article and Illustrations cannot fail to be important to those who are hoping for the development of .a new art as the strongest assurance of a healthy state of society. April National Magazine. American life from Florida to Oregon and the outer world from Germany to China were drawn upon in the making of the April number of the National Maga eite of Boston. The five strong stories run the gamut of the emotions, from grim tragedy in "The Shadow of l.achcsis" to happy comedy in "The Disinherited Fath ers." Articles in the lighter vein are, "I)reamn Travels," a woman's naive confes siolns; "A Cradle of Great Americans," the remtrka'ble story of a little Indiana town that has produced more famous men than any other place in America; "Cali fornia's First Native Governor," and ", (',ctested Partnership," the story of how a nman and a robin raised strawberries to gether. In more serious vein are "The HOTELS-LODGING HOUSES illE SOTl'lIR:lN IIIT rlL. Itutte a l I'pnlar Slopping I'larce. I)INNIER -, -a-- INNIN. a.sr The heal meral and ertm rn.lcIl fIiOd hlr 'C, in Ilattle. You get a;l. itnl Ilt any aidl evn y dihII olercal on Ihe hill Ill lair a, )i tllS ('ullllr In errillel. thAN rI n\\'l.' l', i nitiet. r. WII IH.N IN II.TTE " tp atl "The Ai Il Streal heat, electric ight, Irre La ...aths ND- 4 \1'ei llri.adway (inspounn 'iinrl Iiuher).c WALL PAPER CLEANED ' .'AI.l. I1I15K l1.lANF:l J.rave ypuir ad dlr.,s at Newinu I)rug hia-re. 'Ilhlne ica. ('harles G l..' . HOUSE MOVING lelI.N(. & 'SMITII 11fmmu nlisu anll raising No sa7 Weiml Park. i *1'h.ine I., It. LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY anad ,p pair. No. Sa Smith Munia.a LIVE AND DRESSED POULTRY AI .I. kind. of IhT v and dlre.i , lttl uly. (', per ily PIaullry (o., is t '. ialena. LOAN OFFICE tilI;Ei.'S IRAN I1 t 1' N.. fM 1. Park lstri t. Montry loalraed till re llly iti le ol vnlla'e. __ ___ M(ONI;Y Ti) I.iIAN low tela od nlterll. At (;itain*n., Na,. .4 lI. Ilalk. MIDWIFE MiS. It. \.''.\ I 1.., ,,r:f,,,,- ,.,nal mdwf;e. hmll iiin ,utalinementlli . N A. 4i ",nt ii Wyu m.iaiK stret. litl \A' llI IIii111I. liar ladin. ir Ilaktai it. MUSIC TEACHERS Sii-N N. Ol..S iN -. aheri s viol,,. and ..an-. dulin. N.,. l48 Weat (;franile. 'l'h,.m . 6 51. a IINS. A. I.. JIAHKl.' 'Y - .r.netist. Islauuc r li..os gaiven. N-a. 54t 1'e.i (' Ijpi.,. MONEY TO LOAN MiIiNHY 'I ll I,IAN ni any iar nly,. Ilulim ('hattel Mortgage l'., N. 1, North Miln. ; :VN If) l.aAN ,nn teal estnae, ,.imh properly, liv.l,t'k, plhas orit inlanlure. tiring in your lpr.lii.,llnl. M Iaer & halve asun. No. 4,' We\'t Park, kHiim . MolNlN.iY TII I.1)AN at 8 per Lent ian real (i.ate lot iri,nm ilae Io tlhrie yrai,. Sinlllh & r Jrtlies, No. Ig \ViI (;ralllle. SSIl.EMIINS & i1eta'Ilt1 will ngli.,le a l.an lifr y. u on real c.latei b-roi.l. y. IutiaiIo i, 1, S. .ilver hflw block. hlaINlY I( 1.1iAN an many kind of .iciuruiy. Tl'he Iinavenpurt (Co. N. iN s Illanlll, n ll-reI. LO()ANS Monry to loan :at 8 per cent; no de. I lay.. Hull Ihatlhers, No. 411 E.ast i ,'uadw-ay, r Il l, MontaniIa. MONE'Y '1l0 I.IAN Junklll;manl k Ari.intlage . I., Ilirhiur block, nsrtheast icomrer Maan andm Ilruadway. MILLINERY 5 IAper (cllt dllSenulln. it will ipay you Ii uy Il me, n,.t onaly owing Ii i dithe i alallli, I1but l a-il.i any II. ar th.' e h latit andil qualay the Ia. Mr. AIt. lE. ilughe, No. 67 I'tlahl avenue, MASQUERADE COSTUMES MIIME:. IStI lN.IN)N pas W. 4;ranlliv. o.), liillC", ifor aliy ioai; ,i.in. Sipiaciall) i ln I a. S suits, mamllsalide. etc. V AriTEN IhiaN, M.AI.NSI Iaigiat a'aiai rmnt nianllliradle iii| all, a III maiki in Mtan .tuna. 'The I aluis tyal ,, 75 - ast Park. MESSENGER SERVICE ItiNli WiJIlI.I)5 aiia ,ar 'lalainelll -' m New Socialisml and the Trusts," a very striking paper by M. A. L.ane; "llow Women Are Winning the BIallot," with new portraits of Susan It. Anthony made on her 83d birthday; "T'he I'ropective Aninexa tion of Mexico, by S. M(;len Andrus; "The Revolt Fromn the Machilne" (in the series, "Art Movemelllts of T'ilday"); "Persoulal Re'ollections of Pr'' idelt Andrew Johnlt. son," by Jamtues MNatlock Scoval; ''1er maInia, the Watch on the Rhine," and "The New I, rlin, a Monumenit to Wil helm II 1 ;" anI "l.ouisville,"' an appreci:a tion of the greatnrss of the South's north ernl gateway. The deplartmenclts, "Alfairs at Washington" and "Plhases of Ameriea: Affairs," are spirited and timely. The magazine is lavishly illustrated. LITERARY NOTES. Iloilluhlton, Mifflin & ('o. announce the printing of new editions of the following: "New France and New Etngland," by John Fiske, "A Study of Prose Fiction," by Illiss Perry, and "School College, and Character," by I'rofessor I.e Baron R. Briggs. Professor Josiah Royce, author of "The Spirit of Modern l'hilosopoly," etc., has written an iitroduction to the new edi tion of the laIt John li.,ke'i "Comic Philosophy," which IHoughton, Mifflin & Co. have just published. The introduc tion covers lac pages and discusses in some detail Dir. Fiske's nmethods as a thinker and his poaitionl as a student of philosophical problelms. The lmodification which resulted in his position in his later years of study, and its necessary effect upon the matter of these four volumes are also sact forth. l)r. llyman Abbott is now at work on a biography of Henry Ward Beecher. "A Dlaughter of the Pit," just pub lished, is tihe first novel by Mrs. Mar garet i)oyle Jackson, whose father was an Enuglish arny officer. Her early life was spent in the north of Ertlland, where NOODLE PARLORS MII i ,ll NEl) I E)l.I. I',tl.f( E k nE- IEprlerr fIII" El E.. E EInEndit I hIf.E lleE Mr1 w |h .I . I I ifE. I EErlerE M1 rre ry, tihe alily. JUNK-HIDE DEALERS I.E 114s IEE % A 1 1 I %E N 7'Ir.p EEEni ueEIEI, hbde,, N,. Es aEas PlElatE,.N. *'lh,,InE 1ge. OSTEOPATHY 1114 l *I lit1ill \. III EE.',ITI . I4EEEEIEEsEEE E1. 1'rEln ) I. Iv Illa 1 11E11 1 m1 114 IE , I *, E EE I. 7 Eo it. P I EhE, , E ,iE i , ll ys. OCULIST AND AURIST iEIEEI4.. EIIE1-E llI,lIehI|. 111I11. Ca.I. I.E,, 41 ithrh,,ur moling., 'l'hone s,. 4L PERSONAL WestI.'E E e E' manrry .1 uIEEtedI Marrnage IEp UIEE o .lE . . ,1 1. 4,n , I'EEE hi.E I. iE le . A% lItsHN "rl) \VtMEN lb h..Ilifs mllslerll r ne)Il , gul41,llteral 4 al andP il s| ure protecll. tion;l positIIv,+l c'IIases all irlnatie stlolned'rq AirlCe $ a hEII·. IrI I I Ir lN r I)r u , l Er IIII II tEEE, lEE liCeln I'.lo i, '.jpble. EI EE SE'EEiCE.l. MrNemEIE 4.. lIE Ro 1 E47. I,EpkanEE, WaRIE tueEEIE. PHOTOGRAPHERS i)1 %rF;'I ;~'& " £I'EI4El.El l IN ' hIEIEEElEEfEhEIE.I tEE . hEcla work E uElhnseteA d. Ns. a;17 II I&'.St I'Ek sEreE,. PRIVATE SCHOOL 1ilks' 1014NI.l.V's s( l(U71. .1l 1 i.1deg IEII|IE. h No. 44E. l \E ME"th y I lolly iEE .,a;le so11i,.I SECOND-HAND GOODS IEI ll'. I NI E Ie V*Wt tEadIwE.EIE~ y. p.151 II. 1i,41'i lI.i i. EE. EW \\E E + Iti'. 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TAILORING f"|i SI.¶ y1,.r al ll.,l, Ed .. y pattrEf ag 111s. cla1 t-lal rt. |EttIJE & l et''. N.,. 111 Weal Jlllndway. IIahllllgn, dilllng. rteaiEn fg. plhlrN ac. I ullnlllr woulcln. Ne,. .llu.l rEl Main. EXPRESS WAGONS vaihIdleIIV inll al upl" WagEnIII, Wheln ymlE calln IIIoVIe il Il 1Ut1h l'UulerT, rlllE"l'keEs oil CllcIepelr Im r1111" n1W v;Ell ( ll tip Trlrl honll "e .3. VII .1t11 Ella 'IEEE iI & T1.1.11' EI'EIIIpalEy. (OE icI.'; tEE. 15 West tlh,,,.lway. TRANSFERS .. WANTED-FURNITURE Cef ta'.. lEE ire,.. l),l+oI~y, N+. iiI'. ra'.I Park. she saw wn rert deli.l of the colliery life w.hich her nvel pr.rtray,. She now lIves in New York c'ily. ABOUT BUTTE 4(rrtoln lrol,. l'ian.u and organs. W'lliiaiii '. akley., f,ilr.nal 11f the Ifelena SlIiei'iPld.e'it a:;linl unl 1, r.,om sid for manyI y1c;tir el',lly.Id ,n the Milner, i' visiting Il J. (4;. lairs, llner, Montana Music company. No. i19 Niiith MaiI. Edwardl A. r;iayy, gllll at agent in Montana for the ('lic;la & .oNirllwestern rouid, is here Iron lfelena. Insure ysour life in the Penn Mutual Life of I'hiladelphia; organiarel in 1847; the safest and cheapest oil eartl; men andif womenl insured at the sume rate. (all write or telephone No4 7/4-t1 CobblanC.ta.eyifay Co., agenlts. Nu. se West G(ranite street, ilutte. A cuiinterlfeit $ silver certificate is in circes laltson in ltitte. T'he fact became known to the ailtll.hriti.s thils afternoon. Several specimensen of the bad bill have been discovered. They hear the evidences of good workmanlaship and it i:, thought tlhey nmay be sent out here fromn the East. ('ity )Detective Jerry Murphy ae. cured a tnumbear of tihe couterfeits during the dIr- the list of license delinquents published is this paper yesterday the name of George SHilap ssn way included. The list was erroneous as Mr. Simrrpon, who runs a shooting gallery. lhas Is license paild. iEaler tuatinee, Sunday afternoon, Renshaw huO Alex Mackel, atlorney, so8 Pennsylvania buildin,. bl pincott & I)arrow, 066 Pennsylvania All persons having business to transact wils the Lalitufornp l' Powder Works will please applly to C. II. 44int, care Montana tHardware coae pany, \1'est I ark. The Delineator and Designer lMay numbers are now ready at the PI. 0. seWs Stani , No. 5 \Vest Park street; also 'ogue, lion To'n and all the other late fashion books and magaIzines. An Inviting Field. "They say there's an Island In the Pa cific with 6oo inhabitants where drunk enness, crime, jails, police and courts are unknlowsn." "Is that so? It's a wonder somebody hasn't started in to civilize it."