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N. M Holbrook Quitting Business N Main St. St. Our prices are admitted the lowest, in fact, we'd like to see a good record in sight in Saving the field of competition, but the commercial glass fails to reveal such above the horizon. Of During this Quitting Business Sale we offer extraordinary values for one Half BAR.GAIN SEEKERS On shoes that are built to fit the feet Daring drives that make regular prices seem exorbitant. Satisfied cdstomers bring us three-fourths of our trade. Can any yet combine style other shoe house truthfully lay claim to the same assertion? Last but not least, we want you to remember that prices at Hol with blissful comrn- brook's are guaranteed. If similar goods are offered elsewhere at the same or a lower price we will gladly refund your money, fort. for to do as well as others gives us no claim to your patronage-to do better does, and the facts set forth In the following will S. carry conviction to minds inclined to doubt. Ladles' Shoes . n Men's Shoes Ladies' Empress Kid Shoes, light en' Shoes M Shoes Men'hoes ine Box Cal waterproof or heavy soles; all sizes anti Shoes, heavy soles, all sizes; ex widths, $2.5 value. ~ . MAen's Coltskin Shoes- new ,up to-date cellent wear resisters Sale price is........... Men's fine Kangaroo Calf Working lasts; style, quality and fit guaranteed; and worth $4.50.... $ Shoes, soft, light uppers; lace or buckle; worth s3So Ladies' Common Sense comfort- reducied during this ,P .*.41'' $1.35 hMen's fine Dress Shoes in new able and easy Shoes, especiall) sale to.................... rce.................spring styles; 2o different st les Sadapted to elde rly c a4 Men's Patent Leather Shoes, that were that sold at $5.oo. 3.9 ladies; $.5 value for en's fine Dress Shoes, plainor cap toe, bought to sell at $6.0oo; all sizes and all Sale price.......... Ladies' fine Iight Kid Iace Shoes, lace or congress; $3.50 value. widths. SDuring thisp $3.25 Men's Hip, Afl.Rubber Boots, medl patent tip, nedi1um height opera Closing out sale........... Quitting Business Sale ...... . Men's Iip, and heavy weight; alled ............ ium, light and heavy weight; all heels; $350 value. $245 Boys' Durable Shoes, for school or out sizes; you know this boot sells Sale prie....... P$.45 IoDa Se rs lr Sale priceMe........... n's Kangaroo Calf Lace Shoes, tap door wear; fine quality calf and made for $5.So. 34 sole,always sell for $,. Your to give excellent service. Sale price.......... . size and every size during sale $pg.l Sale Price .................i 14J Ladies' Shewed Flexible Sole Extra Special Bargains Ladles' Shoes Shoes, new 19go3 spring lasts; efine stitched edges; 2 59 Ladies' shoes, Oxfords and slippers - -variety of heels and toes-all new spring styles-for Iadies' Patent Kid Southern Ties, med $3.50 value for.......2. 59 dress, semi-dress or street wear. The leathers are patent kid, patent calf, enamels and imu lA,uie heel; would be cheap at Victoria Ideal kid. Your selection of these shoes should be very easy as the sizes :.O. Quitting I1nsinos Ln IQ I ladies' line Patent Kid Lace and widths are complete pric .................... Shoes, new spring shapes; all siesand widths;,, $ 2.89 Lades' SlippersLadies' SLadiesadies' Oxfords ateio' P'snt Kid ('olonial: , large 3 value. Sale prices.. h a i S S hos L dIiiiekles anid high ('uhan hicel worthl ,4.,,i. Quitting l.sine.n 9 SLadies' Welt Sole Shoes, made I.ladies' Strap Slippers new La Ilies' supe.rior( ,iality \'ictori't Ladies' Southerii Button Ox- ric.................. 29 front finest selected Victoria spring shapes -that you'll a)' kiil s.hlieuS, sizec :I, :( ini I fords, every pair worth $5.on, kid; plenty of styles to select $3..oo to $.1.5o for cl.cwhere. oltlrld o(,l during this uiittin i in sizc. 3, 314 and 4.!- during It,lie' Ilh:wk felt Juliet Sliluper.: from. $4.ooand $4.50 2 l)uring this Quitting I I i .a, 195 this (uitting esi- $1 95 ,.'lo le. r ant .. 59 v- alue .............. I.usine.s Sale....... p ......... n ss "a!c , special ... ('lig Out Buin Sale.. 1 HANNA FAVORS THE EOQUALITY OF ALL MANKIND His Platform Is That Every ,Man Has the Power to Serve Country. BY AS .ll' Al I P I , Syracuse. N. V.. A.pril 1.. Cenator Ilanilta was the gtc.,t ot h'mnr at the an nual ulnilqut of th'e Syr:acuI . hllamrr of t'onilnere last night. lie diicussdl "C'ap ital and La. or," spalkiig at ln. lith. 11h said that in tihe great struggle 'iet'cen'll the th o advanltages were ith the enm ployer, who i4 ofte.utine- heitsh in main tainiing his lpo.itil. Mr. Ilamuia wet t into the history of the Civic I:ederation aII! culogirL-d its o.,-rk. Mr. tlanna preachedv the equality of mell. I st:n,d" lie declared, "oil the blroad platforml that in tli great IbrotLer hood of ment \ve are ;i1 equal. I stand on the platform that every man who hag the power to do service to his municipality, state and natio and to his Maker oaes to hiuusrlf to exercise that power to its fullest extent to do that which will present the best fur lhumanlity." Senator Ilanna referred to the pros pcrity of the cotunitry and said with a cun tinuous good understanding between the representatives of labor and capital he could see no reason why such prosperity should not continue. QUIET LITTLE CEREMONY R. E. Thomas and Miss Sarah Ann Hughes Are United. The( Rev. R. E. Williams united in mar riage Robert F. Thomas of Richmond Flat and Miss Sarah Ann Hughes of Butte, at the minister's residence, 746 South Mon tana street, Sunday afternoon. The cere mony took place a 4 o'clock and was very quiet, only a few friends of the con tracting parties being present. The young couple were attended by Miss Ellen Hughes, cousin of the bride, and Mr. Enoch Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas leave for their new home In Mad ison county today. A UNION SMOKE TEMPTATION CIGARS MONTANA DRUG CO.. DISTRIBUTORS S0, , FT0 MARK IT C-LLBRATION OF ANNIVERSARY OF EIGHTY-FOURTH YEAR OF THEIR GOOEORDER. (On April 27 all the IIges of the I. (I. (I. F. in Silctr Itow r'comity will join in the celcbrati,, of the eihtyi-fonurth amnivrirsary of the founling of (1111i Ict Inship. Thet anniverrsary really fall oil the alth of the iioilth, buit that day being Snllday, the c erci'cs are to Ibe had a day later. IEvery anniversary of the foindatio, of the order is obasrvedl i in so malier Iby each of the lodges tliruttghout thi tturldI. (. uintrar'y to the l,.esilui ill former )i rs, thiere will hlie no Iparade this year. The exercises will begin in the eveniing with an entertaiittienti at the Auditoritia, to he followed by a grand ball at lenshaw hall. The exerci Ua at the Auditorium aill bgin at 7:Jo u'clrlk. A musiical and literary prolgrall haI bleen arraielld for the occaaiuo. Jonsph M. Dixni of Mi isoul.t will attend a.ind delivr then anniversary oration. HUM CHUNG MUST RETURN TO THE LAND OF OPIUM Celestial Is Unable to Show Wherein He Has a Right to Live in This Republic of Freemen. B'cause he does not posseCn the papers entitling iina to residence ini this counlitry Hlitn Chung, one of the Celestialt re cently rounded up by Inspector Albert Hampton has been ordered deported by United States Commissioner W. J. Naughten. Ilun Sue and Cline Poy, two of the other C(binanen arrested with Htum Chung, proved their right to remain in the country and were relcased from custody. Tom WU h was given until April ao, however, to demonstrate his right to re main in the country by bringing his iden tification papers from Seattle where lie claims they are being kept. Humnt Chung will be taken to Seattle by t&e United States marshal about April as, along with Celestials who have been rounded up In other portions of the state, and ordered deported. Never before in the history of Butte, such an auction sale as ours. See our ad. on page three of Shermaun's sale. JOHI MORLEY TALKS HIS VIEWS OF THE POLICY OF THE BRITISH GOVERNMuENT IN EMERALD ISLE. L.o, l.m .. April Ii. -<t. i on. l ,t, rr Ity. .peaking aI.t nighit at Montmlr.e of so illtr,,dui tiuol of the Irish land Ibll, a a levr greatl haplter in thil Iri.sh revolution andl a cnlfleslion bly the goverInlent that their va:iiteld policy of a re.ioutc govctn IIenit inl Ire.l'.nl. IpursueI o I 7 years was an ;ljLct f;ilutre. o a:bjlect that they were I.t pay iilliots of pot0 1,, to get on a co.lpltely new ciimpilete track. %aid it was Ia cae of the detiritel truanfortiled anld anll acknLholcigeiun1t tha;t the Irish policy of thie 1::t centttry hIad ibien upon enitirely wrongl liner. As to elli~ cstiverted to home rule, he did t eh u ippose the goveIn ,nit hadi any Ilmore idea i" hIome rule . thal. they had six imoth,. Iago, of this hI'I hill. Mr. Morley said lie agreedl t ith John Rcdh.iund as to the ihii.visahilit i/ of mix ing the qlestlionl of l.nl anld ho:e rule, tilt to tral'; e,r the Iri411 lait ti the plro ple aould greatly strIengthein the prin-l kiple of self govcrtue.L for Itrelanttd. ELECTION AT ST. JOHN'S Present Wardens and Vestrymen Are to Serve Another Year. t'he ;tnItutal mecting of St. Johii's parish of t i Episcopal chiurch, held last night, resulttl in the electionl of the present wardlens a;ind vrestrymien to serve another year. The oflicers of the church were tent dered a vote of thanks. for their services for the pat year. The RIev. C. S. Black iston presidel at the meeting. The followiung was the result of the clecc tion.: Senior warden. i). W. T'iltot ; junior warden, R. M. Davidson; vestry men, C. W\. (;oodale, 0. Hight, \W. A. Clark, Jr., W. i). Siderfin, It. M. Pax i and J W. Elwood. Railway Officials Depart. The party of Illinois Central railroad officials who spent )esterday in Butte de pared last evening for the coast. In the party were A. IH. lanson, general pas senger agent for the Illinois Central; J. F. Mlerry, assistant general passenger agent for the lowa Central, and A. B. Cutts, general passenger agent for the Minneapolis & St. Louis road, NEW COURTI HOUSE GREAT FALLS -EDIFICE IS TO BE FORMALLY DEDICATED ON FOURTH OF JULY. •i rt..i . i i I1 in"i I i' 110 ' 11 I I 1 . 1.2i at I.aI . ..1I. il 14.- The .ire. court s ,E in this city till he formally dedi It "1 on the evening of July 4 n.xt. when I Iele i Ig progiram will Ie l resented. 11 o. f thii c.,niiiercial and tcrctt .o , ir.. l of the city will participate in the ,,-liration at wthich it is expected a '.Iv, ,"r of the st.. t: olitials will lie pre, COMMISSION DECIDES MATHER IS QUITE SANE His Explanation of Cutting Up a Horse to Bury It and of Shooting the Equines of the Ouldo. ,I ; i c. tenmiIo; of doctor;, r ' .li d|.' I:rIi.. ltli oailn. 11Intyte. whoi iea e l ,1 , y to t a ll; inel u i' t ,1 ti 4."itl1 i lel. - \lather who t..i iactittelo ilt t a c. yl . I the chltarge oI turl2ng the bult I , \'lr.. (Ihuldi, south of |uttl:. ,. ci Ih ,' hearingll, th Ie evi dJJ .. e th1I he il. iIt ,. lit stlIji t fir the ail ! it, The libililil in belicviiK that teraiit pc Ipl' c. re trying to l.t tie liett of hll itlh that le was s.iufriog fromn a disease, hut lthir. ntas nothini ill the testimonty of any Ithe wit tlessel to warrant senddinll the ,ln to tlhe asiyluim. Mlasther had an uncanny look in hi; it.i a, hr t -lk the standi aln replied ra Slnailly to all the questions a.ked,. l< .,cli.itted the charge of cruelty made by " nit of the wittesesss w1ho told of seeing iein cut lup the body of a horse after lie h:ii killed the animal. lie said hlie killed t.. atnimal hecau.ie it was worthless alnd t uplt the hody ill order to more cost . enmittly bury it. lie also adnitted he had shot the Oullds' hl,.es, but claimed I.e did this beenuse lthe ititmals strayed into his garden andtti de. .troyed his vegetables. 'tot want a sewing machine, tno , at Ir what make or kind. You can find it at SIhrmnan's. See page three. For the safe investment and rapid ace cumiulatlon of your surplus, talk with Giles, No. 79 West Broadway, Butte. LENTEN SEASON ENDS AND THE DAY IS FITTINGLY 03 SERVED BY PROMINENT CATH OLICS BY BALL. ,w,. e.tid of the. i. ell , T ,,,1 Ws4ts fit tingl.y ib,,crved Iiy the I. lic.' ( athlt ic it0nes lnt a c.),iatiin a.,t iniight by a gr m , hall at 1.,t:s':a," hall. A.. tr the ltngn, s l "eao i.te ,hl il. i iany t.uk a I -c'ti m)111 !nt:.ittee waSi coi.,.,cI of the foll.u. :,g: 1r.,. M llini,. `Mr,. i talloy, Mr.. Ivory. \lr. (; tne, Mrs. R-muntrl .1%1i4 leoa., .1li,, .t'uiney an l .l , S:ii!!ler. T'I' .us., i tti..n i i made up u' iTabout It of th." lit ptlininent waooln in the ilCatholic chiurchil a I at t , Iil.et ltlineii it will be added t. by the initiation of _, HOLD REVIVAL MEETINGS St. Paul's Church Ia Ldsavari:g to Fol low the S,,.r,'s Lead. le.vi.il m 'etinil,. i '. eh h..It l :devery ctning, tlhi, wte.k at St. Paula' M. I. Chur'h Suth, at the c . er ,f I lol'i anml Ial I nIeitlt: t . Sters ie, re ite hll I :.t tr p. tI. :;,, 1 p. '., to which the putlic is i'ovit.. ihl :llteirn lnll setrvices .ar pimi iyi it:tn.led ilor the blenefit of the chil Ircin. htIgh gr.l people are welcome atf ; an titllne.. hlie te. J. It Murray pireachcil the aer New G. N. Tariff. I he ( rent Northern r:ailroad has put into cifect a new coal tariff from Sand Coulee and Stockett, readjustin,4 rates to all parts of the state. Some subshtantial reductions are maie in thi rates, notable to poiants in Northern Montana, which is heing rapidly settled. Loses Right Arm. sPI ''IAI. To Tin INTIIIt MoI:I NTi N. Mlissotula, April 14.-i. (. 1)Detonm, em ployed in the sawmill of the Missoula l.umber company, hadil a narrow escape from death while at work yesterday. lie fell against one of the hig circular saws, which almost severed his right arm from hisa body. lie is now in the hospital, where, it Is said, he will recover. CUBAN CONGRESSMEN INDULGE IN DUEL WITH SWORDS But a Slight Wrist Wound Is the Orly Casualty Sustained. 31, 214 .r '.n l .., V: i l4. llit:,a: , .1;ri: 1 - C . ire sal , .i il :tuc n Ilal a d u ,t i:, i ,ta.,, t !th t1 w tlh sword o;i St.n lay. S. :or t'a uctlia wa\ w ,unml:d ..!itl yt; in th,, i-; ,r;t. lF ur c it .;r : siLm. :c.e, ;: s "l I.. The du:1 v .s t': : L ii: i ou i w olI cx c'::ng Il ill ili lowvr Ih:us: o, A pril 6, wl:<I Vi il. -i: "dl ac:J ll J t :.3 !ia: a "i it tl, t'::dc u 'y per .n' r :iii it l,: tn." L :,:. i'Il prI ,atedI a Itter f r i !:itlr., iii w 'ic: tle I t:" retc'. rtet hiis cpit'i. ts, lut \il: .", ,I l I .'tr meIl Ito :ili it. a" I :il lie ",ill only ] % t s. : t : .* I , ':1 oil I:e f,.d of han'r. EXCUFRSIONS FOR FISHERMEN Oregon S'iort Line Will Shortly Put Tlhem Into Effact. T'l; diiu;cp!2s of Ivasa W\altont :ill Ie pl i .etid to 1,.ara that th-e ()reg nii I-iurt L.iine will pu:t iito clielt l.ay 1 a re.la:ce rate to adjace.nt fishing I.i:t !,"f rI',." ben eft of lit:tti, anglers. The iregular wc!c nIl exciursioil r.te will lie put into effect. It is brely possilble that atIot t June I the oilpany will itput Into ellecct the regular Sulday excerhions to DIillon and return for the belielit of those who .ant a Sunl day outing iin the city south of lt.ttie. "l'le utcer railroads are also expected to annlounce tht-ir week-elnd cxct:riion rates to l)he:on:e elective May i, For Scandinavian Colony. It r ll":'i. 1J TII INTiR.c Itot'N 'AIN. Mliles City, April 14.--(onlgressmanl John Iind and C. J. Swenson of Minnesot I and 'I. I.. Fox of Aberdeen, S. 1)., are allakilng a tour of the ~'cllow"tone river, looking for a site for a Scandinavlani colt ony which they propose to found. LalaI is wanted for 3.one settlers who have not yet used their homnestead! rights.