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ON SMALL SALARY Butte Man Now in Philippines Would Not Return for a Montana Ranch. PETTY $133 PER MONTH IS HIS WEE STIPEND Rut It Is a Fortune in the Orient and He Is Enabled to Enjoy Life as Never Before-Meets David Yancey, Anoher Old Butteite-How Mr. Zinn Has Prospered in the Civ Il Service. An i:treirt;ng letter has just li..n rr ceive, by a resident of Blutte from a for imer Butte friend, who is now in the Phil ippine island.. 'Thie writer is J. (0. Zinn located in Manila and, judging by hiis l t ter, is much pleaed with the IP'hilippinei country. .1r. Zinn while hc liverd in Ilitue was conniccted \tith the law ollices of Mclilat tonl & ('utctr and Kirk & ('linton. IHe left lButte for Manila last Novemler and he hasb hee in in the islands for four or live month. lie is in the civil service and is ta niilthir of the oltlie' force of lthe i.ert'e tary of the I'hilippine conunissiin. Mr. Zinn write,, that he draws a salary, of $266 (.Meaican, a month, ancd while that is ctq ivalcnt to only $13.1 Mlhil, lih live, ini a cotunltry where mionley has :n larg. purchasing power and where lie is ahl'e to keep a carriage, and hor.,te., give litt'e dinneir parties. go to the theater fer j.intly anii live in a conmfortable style. IMr. Zinn states that he is sn well all, :,e, with the islands that: he does inoti know whein lie ,hall return to thlis country. Ihe asked' to le remembered to all hii. nlI ltlh ' friendls, and reluinestedl the r'ecipient f ,," letter to send him the Hutte paper,. :1., It was hungry for news 1of thle all Met David Yancey. In his. letter lihe eaid that tie had met I ii l Yancey, a hoither of Assistant (' .iiity Attnrliny I)all Y;alircy, to whtll h h.,l a Ittell.r of intr.od ctio. n, inl It islamdl , a li hal lpeat several hours with the lit h':.li.,ii'.en u Ituttc... h '. V, .ini alto h:l tlt. li n'i a r e iiel t of this pl.ae I, iin '. `I' . Zinn dI i not go into, a , l .il'ed dh . " t:. l,'.it tlhe good l i.Int1 of the new(' ":i ie. ilt it wa, evil ntl fromlll I letter , It i find,., it ,alis(acto. ry gen, r.tlly. .\I:. ani uy, when Ihe lived! at Ihullti. I . .. :.I last tith hi. hre ther, tlh. a.,.it . lt II lly alltorney. I t' hlas been in ll'e hi'lii i;i'nles ilabout a year andl a ha.lf. iile w ': :I ;' i:llt treasur'er of o t' of thI " prf'lt inlc-, at first, and now hL' is chief i.': "f the landl huraui ait Manila. APPEALS TO DISTRICT COURT F. A. Ilcinze has appeled to the cir lcuit curl ie appeals fron the ruling iof h,,l ,,, Knowles in allowing I1 .f. I, ur h a It-'' of $.u.o as cmiunisl for tie a, it, r I arl is of the Sno.bo lish 11,I. Trams at;., me, in nmaking ail artumiint Ir the r.c iv.r ib'fore the circuit court of ip p"1, at Stattlle. An aaigntn.ntt ii error ti. hea h .ili. , accomiiaie byh an apps al to thle circuit court. 'I lhe reptll tof Receiver IHarris for le. month of ,larch has beel filed with inch' Knoiwles. It is very brif, as the ievecivir ha. little to say, since neith.rlir ofi thi. prop"rties are biinig workedI. T'he etpci"es for tile iimonth were $,ui. The' r-i', ' .r hat tpoii March ,1. $2i i,:94.3.1 i ai <i ii l d'eposiit in thie First Nationial hli:ik oif oude. All Rubber \n.I good ruLrl,r, at that. W'e have IIft Water Iottlc and IFountain S)ringes that we are selling cheap for Ih! reason that they were shippcsl I, us y) mistake, and the mnanufac Ire.rs have a.ked us to dispose of The Murray Fountain Syringe, rap i! flw, in polished hardwo. I lx; 'aranitecd Ibst quality of rulbbr: -q art syringe ............... $ 'iuart syringe ...............$1.43 Iluart 5)ringe ...............$1.So 1'ellowstone Fountain Syringe, fully guarantec : -' luart syringe ................. 45c Iquart syringe ................ ......Soc I-quart syringe .................6oc Ilot Water Bottles: I-quart ....... ..*... ..... 6oc 3-quart .................... oe 3-quart ........ ................. 8o f.uality considered, the above prices are less than one-half regular price. NBWBRe DRUG EO, 109 N. Main St., Butte. Modern Druggists to the People. Largest Drug House In the State. A UNION SMOKE TEMPTATION CIGARS MONTANA DRUG CO.. DISTRIBUTORS I n I ! U nII • 1. I II I N n I n l m n m mlII I Il EASTER BONNET IS DUE IN TWO DAYS But Where, Ohl Where Is the Sunny Weather Neoessary for Its Triumph? GENTLE ZEPHYRS FAIL TO PUT IN APPEARANCE Butte Weather Runs the Gamut in One Short Week and Keeps Them All Guessing-Imitation of a Snowstorm Pretty Certain to Be Followed by a Deceptive Thaw, and Then ! lTutte certainly has tile rest of the , orld bea:ten to a standstill when it comes to a question of spring weather. ('apri cilous is no namle ,or the kaleidoscopic tmeteoro,!igical transitions here. EIvery kety a(nd ortave in thl, gamut of weather is so.ultlled within two days, and theiln re peated :andl iterated andl reiterated. Slhere are 15 slo)wsttorll.s, a hal"f dozenei suzimy imornings, a few Ipattering., of hail. a brace of dli iley afterinoons. a lot of rainy wa:ther, .several chlllr) days and a god deal of Ilsteztring wind, all il one week. a. l the weather clerk ino doubt has tll time to thirew at lhe birnts then. rndi the whole thinglll hurts tile splrin.l Iradce m.st decidedly. In two dlays dawn, I aer lmorn. In two dayis sunshilly spring ought to be here in llli sway. with the green s.le.l IIIds cutti.ni the sift zephyrS, the Il ttle, of tihe tlowers pointiing at the tile sky andl the trees shoutiing ill every direc' NSthing of the kind is the case, how ever. \ inllter opened thi s morning with an evcellent imitation of a snlow stlrm. atid thie spring trade has ibeenr held I: ak Ior weeks by similar weather. 'This i, ,ne of the regretable charalcteristics of ti'i Ilutte ci'miate. That Easter Bonnet. Ivery womanlll. prirfierly constructed in mhr mind looks forward to a yearly debut t ,iii I.:ater Sundaly ill a ew hat an : ai ttcous Iail tlt , and it takes tillle to prepare the millinery andI the gowns for tIt event. Therefore, when the weather . uine the sthrs are tl.hrutigd with buy .i, nlll tr;ade is link. itut, with a climllate such as that of r lttlu.- wlkI give.s iti, as.urnltre that the ' :1ls h che.ries oii the Easter hat, will ot c I.be smashetd iy hailstonest and thile frills ,,I the I'aster gown soaked with rain or curle-i tIp by frust. the ladies hi hl back ,mId stay at homi,,. or wear their last year' odhes tlllo Easter. The mirchants are coinplaining this pruing thallt the weather is unus..ually viciolus and tIradel i r. Ihefreai. . The yom iig iman wh inllteilns to p)urchase a spring overcoaut :mld an icCcrantt suit isi imiuiatin, the Faster girls and sticking to his w inter vestmenut. it. e .ies that, there is nIo ldecildedl move- c m.nut toward ret'urrlrhitg am1 refurhishhin;I ilt ' hllt',+es to the Jla. l.rmlll , antll i lank, It ia If the weat her has even checked ilil' u marriage tat.. It is time for chill, ihl litr.:mas to retire tand ise uur warm frit.,i ll S. l, a .iu.u-.. M'CLERNAN GOES OVER VERY LENGTHY DOCKET Cases Dismissed and Set for Trial-State Versus H. M. Hadsell Is in the Former List. Jullge Mt ( lertinan went over a psortn ofll I 11 dowket tiloday and oidred etn.tt,,, is.ud in a nuni er of ' ofcase l t ila lave been hangllling le Ill Itis eio rtl f1 r umit tilllle that thy maly lie set fr ttttl or o rwll'Wl c , dr.pue Id -I. S.t,ll e caei t .., a re dlnlliil,c, tp5 tihe fu ,lotioit of the tolnty alttoli tty. T he arse of the Suite against Mf. ,f. JJt1 , ,i l w.1. one di-mi,.e.,. 1ll.e ac uz.',l wa,. ch,.age, wilsl ohbtII i tihtgoney u11hr fItIe presete' .. .\t lth time ith ti l St. flair anu i'lt thin ' 1 nrl"ti , oni the charge otf attmp ll i : j|ull dilg illet al uly y uiing wcitw and saw, inl, t!I. slyti, jltt lladit W 'll, ir )l wa. thillen .linh d t( e awair iti 1.riegal. giit.uilt imti rtait IW . fthntiat.iollit ih ,itaeit, anlii po hll elll ll t 11tt \e. Ic'll .ai a vlll elil' w tn , f'r the Mlll., IAn alltl elIt w s nade bit y SJt. ('lair and others iof ih, up ners in thl cnty jin te prfollowine Ithat t hwas l . .ad ll ad l)oit St. ('lityr whoi Illr tnred .he acids alnl Citaw. uie in th1. at. te llmpted d; liery of ut the y failed. Ilaicll iotw it hlbelty. 'Ihf e in. Joliltin e; Ci ty i also d iiuti.cl v . ni. t Ilarolzy; Cty h f e, who ic chat.rged ( iu recclvi,g It. fn property. Tof ' cutle v a. ttnr y xin; illI tif uo the t 'u. ll hait the iiy of ( iluite vh . not had the d,'ilied cliect in drl.1.g the ac'.e..d iut of town. I he ituin trul .lat i v;i. .nt I. (w. urly, taha vrg ingilalegal vtliin was, a; stwed to . tanl , a-Nixo th uil h . It, c l v ait; tt itry aVimiticl thel acr1.u d was n.ht in cutrady; utr. Ilreen said: lluriny was, aIrwait.g t'-Te tiur hgofl lieitia i Ilt t i ever re county attorny admitrll l Ithi' am etl.'d was not in ue history of tiren said llur ofy wa await very trainl fror illegal regt riatii whenl he was charged with illegal % I lie. lt. kft town. "I saw him myself vote mwice at the election "If Ithi i wonaten iwho aluwd to ulanld iper hll alley will stays ty cn lca. ny oy. the rantes in thd cniaion in the operallowng byae, relturnabl e April n 1 1 of Blutte vs. A. It. Dooilhe; City of Ilutte Miller; City of lutte vs. John loughl; City of ilutte vs. uhn Nagle; City of IButte vs. A. 11. Mo.tley; City of Iluttc vs. (;sorge W. Eaton, Jir.; ty of llutte vw, Saim lIlarching; City of Iln.le vs, Richard Starr; City of hlutte vs. S. 1. (reavets; (it), of Iutte vs. Henry King; City of Butte vs. (Grpe r 'W. Reeves et al.; City of Blutte v. 1'. 11ahnl; (ily of Iluite v.. I. t)uiunn State vs. J. 11. Cowan; State v., W\'illtam n .ltliewu, Jr.; State vs. S. .l. Nixon; State vs. !frank Gervai:; State vs. Nelao ay erg; State v,. Dave Murray; State vs. T. 11. Maloney. Influx of Scandinavians. s1Pi;: IAI. TO TElls INiTEa MOUNTAIN, Billings, April io.-The influx of Scandina vian homesteaders is greater than ever before in the history of this section of Montana. Every train from the East brings dozens of the men and women who are taking up land in this valley as lfst as they can locate. Many of the ran..es in this neiihborlhood are operated LURED FROM HOME BY LYING VILLAIN Blanche Tc ussant Left Her Belgian Villageto Become a Wife, She Thought. CROSSED THE SEAS TO WED A MAN IN BUTTE But When She Came, There Was No Marriage-Began to Beat Her Lats,, and Tried to Force Her to Lead a 1ifel of Shame-Case Against Comies Is to" Be Pushed by Crittenton Home CirOle. Lured from her home in a lBelgian nage by false promises of marrle Blanche Touassnt claims she has bee, threatened by her betrayer with death un-' Ira, she lead a life of shame. Even after thei young women of the Florence Critten tol circle rescured her. they say that she has becen so terrorized by Joseph Comie, the man whoim she came to Butte to wed. that she seeks his abuse rather than live under the care of others, fearing murder. illanche Tousrant is now in a room by he'rself at the county jail. nominally under arrest on a c:harge of incorrigihility. She is kept under the care of the local Flor* ence (rittenton circle, in the hope that she will testify next Monday against her alleged beltrayer. Cntoies, charged with se ductin,. has, it is stated, written the girl that he will kill her upon his release from prison, sholut her testimony convict him. Iler eliorts to escape frolll the Helena li,(u are stbted in another columllln of the liter Mlountain. She Sought Escape. Terror that this threat would be car ried imt, execution made the girl seek to escape from the Florence C'rittenton home at Helena yesterday, according to women engaged in the rescue work. lHer efforts at escape from the place of refuge, which she herself had sought. resulted in Miss Victoria Vin cr('t. imatron of the home, rending Blanche 'I'oussant to Butte on the train arriving here at nol today. HIere she was met by Mrs. C. II. Butcher, president of the local circle, and Mrs. Dullield \\edlake, its sec retary. A policelman accompanied the womeni. The Ielgian girl was taken in a closed carriage to the county jail. As given by Mrs. Buticher and Mrs. Wedlake, this i, Itlanche Tlousant's story: Shte was orn atnd reared inl a little village in tlgltium near the French bor lder. She knew no one in America. She had heard of this country in that vague way in which all EIuropean peasants do. To her it was a great land where happi new; lay within the reach of all. With this idlea she eagerly listened to a woman who promised her a husband in lButte. With this woman t. mnies. it is alleged, had coolnlnulnirated Illrongh a matrimoniial paper. Sheii was one of thoise who che,,s hisb:inlds for l'elgians, accordiing to al oil I.t1uro) pe:l ctltOlll. lTh. girl conale to tlut:e. (:,nies met her. They li.cl to~e,:ther several months. I' here was no narriage.. Do Such Men Live? Then came the attempt to force the young womanll to lead a life of shame. ItlRa'tch"- Tlousrant says that ('umies told her shei, llmust bIcomlle an illlnlte of one of the resorts which line (;l aena street. She -aid she woulh die sooner than do so. ",hen., sheit claims. ( omicts beat her. 'his sort of thing. according to the girl's stateme:lnt, continued for wulole time. Re ftl,;!.; on her part were f,ollowed by beat itgs. until shle asked a woman on Park strcet to hel'p her. This woman notified tlit. I:lhrnce ('rittentoni circle. As a re stilt t'out te was arrested and filled $S for assault in Justice Colligan's court. The girl was placed in the state home at II t'l, t:i. Blefor she left she thanked, the women of the Florence C'rittentton circle and, weep in~. .aid that she was happy to go where sthe had site hope of leading a difftTerent life. She told them that t'oties had threatenlI her with death if she should prosecute him for seduction., lie said, she claimlld, that he would kill her as soon as he was freed front prison. For this reason she feare:ld to) push the charge of seduction, which w ill be heard before a Meadervlle justice of the peace on Mltdlay Inext. Caused by Threats. She was then taken to Ielelna. During her life at the Florece ('rittenton home at that city she beIcame restless. It is stated that site cot threalening letters fromt C'omicsr. At any rate her attitude toward those who had care of her chall'gd. ShIe became incorrigible. This led to her Leilo sent to Ilutte, for the rescu.ce missions engaged in this work do not detalin a womllan against her will. But the circle at hButte is determined to prosecute the charge against Comies. The womenl are positive that she has been cowed by threats, and for that reason they placed her in custody on a warrant sworn out before Police Justice Thomas Boyle this morning. Consolidation Effected. SPECIAL TO TIlR INTER MOUNTAIN. Ilelea, April to.-l)er Nortlwesteru has been conslidated with the Montana Staats Zeitung, with J. C. 'Martin in editorial charge. The dcll has been pending for a long time and will result in many improvements In the Statls Zeilung, which has a wide circulation among the (;'ermantl people of the state. Pesthouse Closed. SPECIAL TO Tif INTER MOUNTAIN. Itillings, April to. -One of the institutions of lillings of whlic' the citizens were not proud has been closed for tihe time being, much to the delight of all. Tlhia is tite pcathouse, from which the last patient was released at noon yesterday. The city is now free from disease, and the health authorlties see no dasnger ih sight. DUPED Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction. MR. FRANK PLUMTREE, MANAGER OP THE GREAT NORTHERN SfBATHS, after paying $8o.oo for what he behoieved to be a enuine dia mond worth double the amount, discovered, with the aid of an author Ity on precious stones, that he had purcbased a _' BARODA DIAMOND MR. FRANK PLUMTREE. which, though hard on Mr. Plumtree, is a strong endorsement of the claims we make that Itaroda Diamonds cannot be detected from the genuine. GREAT SPECIAL SALE o' Rings, Pins, Brooches .Lockets, Studs, Earring, $1.0 to $4.50 Tomorrow . ............ ... .,.... . .... . Three Carat Gold Solitaire Ke ot TImeay Engage Filled Ring - A Breeob. This ment Rla - An handsome brlliat is a ve desir- exact duplicate of stone, full of ar able style when Tifany Bmgage ond luster-a eor- one wants a sub- meat Ring. Beau ~eat duplicate of stantial article s n Inold ring costingr s50, with only one tiful stone n gold answers all the stone-we have flled mounting. aurposes of the them eat with We guarantee this S dwil wear you twenty . and B Rt. selected atones. ring to give entire stisfaotlon for year-e priesThis Brooch looks to be worth 80 at.......... .... 84.50 to Ms. Our prios this fie yoarr- week.......... ........ .50 Pries................ .2.50 Come and See Them Sparkle-The rinest Imitation on Earth. BARODA DIAMOND CO. MaII Orders Filled. Send for Catalogue. 114 North Main ARMSTRONG SUICIDES WELL-KNOWN FARO DEALER JUMPS TO DEATH-HAD BEEN ILL FOR A LONG TIME. PIECIAL TO TILE INTER MOUNTAIN. Spokane, Wash., April to.-William M. trmstrong, who had been a faro dealer in Washington and Montana for a number of )ears, committed suicide yesterday by jitmping from the Monroe street bridge to the rocks below. lie was dead when picked up. Armstrong had been ill for a long time and escaped from the hospital, where he had been taken for treatment. So far as known he had no relatives in the We\\'st. LABOR NEWS SETTLEMENT IN 15 MINUTES Colorado Southern Men Effect Satisfac tory Schedule of Wages. Y ASaSOcIATEID IREtsS. Denver, April to.-A settlement of the qusction of wages of the trainmen of the Colorado Southern has been etTected. Fif teen minutes after General Manager Iler bert of the Colorado & Southern went into conference with Grand Master Lee of the Rrotherhnod of Trainmen and Grand Con ductor Shepherd of the Order of Rail way Conductors, the demands of the men had been granted and .Mr. lHerlbert an nI'unccd that the settlement was very satis factory. The basis of the agreement is a -, per cent increase for freight men and 5 per cent for passenger men. Regard ing double-headers the company agrees that no more than four engines shall run at one time on narrow gauge roads. .\ train on the main line is to consist of ,to cars with double engines if necessary. l'odlay the employes of the Colorado Mid l;and train service will take up the matter of an increase with General Manager Sl:acks. They will insist upon the same terms just granted the olorado & South trn ilI , en. IMPORTANT LEGAL DECISION Right of a Labor Union to Order a Strike Is Defined. BY AS.SOCIAT.D PTRESS, (Chicago, April to.--A dispatch to the ''ril,bte from New York says one of the mi,.t important legal decisions ever an niunced in the state on the right of a la !,er union to order a strike has just been han:led down by the appellate division of the supreme court. It is in effect that the labor union has not the right to order its men to quit wvork where they are in receipt of the l~ges demanded by the organization and ihere there is no attempt to employ non nlion workers, but where the only ques ti,,t over which there is any difference is ti'. refusal of the employers to recognize the union or Its representative. MINE WORKERS' BOARD DONE Will Close Their Session at Indianapolies Today, It Is Thought. CY ASSOCIATED PRESS TIndianapolis, Ind., April so.-The exe entive hoard of mine workers today will clsce its session. All the routine busi n,"; rendered necessary by the convention hi, been completed and plans of organiza tiht for the year have been adopted. In thlie districts where heretofore there has ,1ll.n no effort to organize, will be thor ouglhly canvassed 'by organizers. PLUMBERS' STRIKE SETTLED lII'etIAL .T TTillT INTtR MOt'NTAIN. (;r-at Falls, April so.-The long drawn olt fight between J. W. Wentworth and the Plumbers' union has been settled and his cmployes will return to work. Mr. 'Wentwortlh has paid the fine inflicted on himt by the union and will hereafter abide by the rules of the organization. Clegg Found Guilty. IBillings, April to.-Chester Clegg, arrested here on a charge of larceny and taken back to Luverne, Minn., for trial, has been found guilty, according to a message from that city. ' MECHANIES We carry a complete up-to-date line of Mechanics' Tools and Builders' Hardware Your Patronage Solicited. Hardware anaconda eopper Department Mining eo. Butte, Montana ANOTHER PHASE IN OPERA HOUSE SUIT Judge Knowles Orders Deeds of Grand Property to Be Turned Over to J. O. Bender. One important feature of the long drawn-out litigation over the (;rand Opera house property in Butte was disposed of today whel Judge Know lea ordered that a deed to the property be given to J. O. Bender and that L.. P. Sanders, the re ceiver of the property, turn over to Mr. Bender the sum of $7,000 he has in his possession derived from the rents. The question of the ownership of the scenery and the chairs in the opera house is still in dispute and will not be settled until the supreme court of the United States has passed upon that feature of the litigation. Receiver Sanders still has in his possession about $4,000, which has been held in a personal property fund pending the final adjudication of the question of the ownership of the chairs and the scenery. Judge Knowles directed that all further' proceedings in the opera house matter be transferred to Helena, where he will hold court beginning next Monday. The order made by Judge Knowles to day was in the case of J. (). Bender THIRTY FEET DEEP HEAVY SNOW IN ALPINE PASS-TWO DAYS TO DO DISTANCE OF A DAY. aY ASSOCIATEU PRESS. Cunnison, Colo., April lo.-Roadmaster Mellis of the South Park branch of the Colorado Southern road, has Just reached here after a trip afoot over Alpine pass. It required two days to cover the dis tance of a5 miles. In some places he says the snow is o30 feet deep and it will be two or three weeks before the road can be opened. To Insure Wool. SBPCIAL. TO TIY. INTER. MOUNTAIN. Big Timber, April ao.-An announcement of great interest to all sheepmen has just been made by the Northern Pactic road. It is to the effect that all wool will be Insured against fire, no matter whether stored in the wool warehouses or elsewhere. This subject has been one that has caubed much feeling in the past. Tried to Kill. Kalispell, April uo.-James McVeigh is under arrest here on a charge of having attempted to kill Frank Pearson by shooting. McVeigh has been in court several times and tried as to his sanity, but has always been released. The present trouble arose during a trilling dispute. against Silas P. King and others and was in conformity with the decision of the circuit court of appeals which held, as did Judge Knowles, that the real estate and the building, as well as the chairs and ascnery, belonged to Mr. Bender. James A. Murray, who has also been seeking to secure potaession of the property, pro poses to appeal from the decision of Judge Knowles and from the circuit court of appeals as to the ownership of the chairs and scenery. Judge Knowlcs held that these were a part of the real estate and this is the paoint at issue. If the supreme court of the United States affirms the circuit court and Judge Knowles Mr. Bender will also be decreed to be the owner of the scenery and furni ture and that will end the litigation over the opera house entirely. Ever since I P. Sanders was appointed receiver for the property he was ordered by the court to set aside $zSo per month from the rent received for the opera house and carry it as a personal fund to be paid out whenever the question of the ownership of the property was decided. OWNS A BRICK BLOCK VET CROWEL IS CHARGED WITH LARCENY FOR ALLEGED THEFT OF RAILROAD COAL. J. Crowdl was this morning charged with petit larceny in a complaint issued front the county attorney's office by Deputy County Attorney Coleman at the instance of M. II. Foley, the watchman at the Northern Pacific railroad yards. Crowel is accused of stealing a sack of railroad coal on April 7. According to the account of the circumn. stances furnished by Foley Crowel was caught in the act by the former while carrying the coal out of the yard. Crowd pleaded poverty, the watchman related, and was allowed to go. But, later, a visit was made to his place of residence, and it is alleged that Ihe is the proprietor of a brick building on the corner of tsaylord avenue and Park streets. That bring so it was thought that he deserved prosecution, anad hence the complaint. It was argued that a man who is condortably fixed with a brick block as the nuclcus of his fortune merits no immunity on the score of poverty, and that his plea of misfortune is meretricious. Wants a Divorce. SPECIAL TO TIlE INTER MOUNTAIN. (;reat Falls, April so.--William ('apron of tlhi city has beaun an action to secure a divorce from Abble Capron on tile around of desertion. The couple were married in Mtassa. chusetts in a8o9. and there is a 7-year.old boy, of which the father asks the custody.