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I will send you the marvelous Vital Life Fluid that will make you strong and healthy as if disease had never touched you. Write me today. Never mind the scoffings of your friends. Your life may be at stake and you know it. They cannot save you, but I can save you and I will if you will only let me. My private address is Dr. C. Sargent Ferris, a6ga Elektron Bldg., Ft. Wayne, Ind., and I personally assure every person who writes me, be they rich or poor, a prompt and courteous answer and enough of my precious Vital Life Fluid free to convince them that I have truly 'discovered the secret of long life and perfect health. TENT OF MODERN MACCABEES A tent of the Modern Maccabees will be organized in this city tonight. This lass been brought about through the efforts of J. A. Orchard, district deputy grand conmmander of the order, who has been In Butte for tile past week. Mhr. Orchard says that the Modern Mac cabees is not in any scese in opposition to the ortder known as the Supreme Tent. Pay Less and Dress Better Union Labor TO- $15.00 To Your Measure Exclusive Patterns, Worsteds, Cheviots, Cassimeres. Pit Ouaranteed CROWN TAILORING CO. 229 Est Park. A. C. Lyhes, agr. SEEK TO PREENIIT SMITH'S RELEASE State Humane Society Would Keep the Monster Within Walls of Penitentiary. SHOCKING DETAILS OF MURDER OF HIS CHILD Said Present Pardon, Issued by Acting Governor Murray, is an instance of Misuse of the Pardoning Power and Sets a Premium Upon Crime in This State-Effort to Annul Decree. Juloh I). Smith will not hie released from the penitettiiary at lhDer I.dge if tl.e State lumane society can keep him in. A parlon is said to have breen issued by Acting (;overnor Murray, and the society is making strenuous etforts to prevent Smith's release. Smith was sent tip from Jefferson county onl a chargle of having caused the death of his t-year-old son by cruel and inhuman tretatelntt. 'jhe soci.ty is cir culating petitions protesting against the mpardon a I is obtaining signatures of manny citlielns who are kindly disposed to, the cl.f't of the society to protect clil dren roflt cruel treatmenllt. L.ctters of protest have hent forwarded to Secretary Schonefeld of the humane society at liel ena anlld the' state hoard of Ipardonts. The Pardoning Power. The Pony Sentinel, whose editor is thoroutghly familiar with the case. has this to, say of the pardon: If one wanted an illustration of the abuse of thle pardolling power hle could not well obt:ain a better one than that of the pardon jus;t granted by th.e governor of the state of lMoa!imn to one John I). Smith, who. with the connivance of the female with whom he lived and who passed for his wife. so, sha:efully shnsed his little S-year-old son by a former wife that his death speedily resialted. If there was ever an unhung scoundrel on the face of the earth John0i Smith, as he called himself, is the man. The crime for which he was sentenced to the penitentiary by Juduge Parker was one of the toast brutal cases of cruelty to ci.ildren that ever:occurred in the history of the state. The autopsy, conducted by the authorities of Jefferson county, revealed the fact that aside from the inhuman treatment of the child he had been fed poison in order to make suret, of their deadly work. While suffering witl. typhoid fever tihe little fellow was locked up in the coal shed where he was left without any attention whatever dur lung an entire day andl night. while his in human pareints were absent in llelena, and where he was found and rescued by some ladies of Althambra and tenderly carel for dttring the remaining hours of his unhappy life. A Brutal Murder. "The story of this brutal mnurdl.r is one sad in the cxtreme. When it becaime known in all its sickening and horrilhle details, the citizens of Clancy. waler the crime was comnmittedI. organiz'ed to hang the murdrer, hbut he had left for parts uni known. Some time afterwards le was captured in, St. Paul. brought back. tried in Boulder andl sententced as aolve stated. Hlis so-called wife escaped ,punitil.ment by swearing that she was hintimidated andil compelled to perform her part in the lltur der by Smith. Since hie has been in prison the woman has husied herself in trying to secure his pardon, and about two years ago nearly succeeded ill convincing c;overnor Toole that he onught to pardon this humtall monster, but tLe citizens of Claincy and Alhambra. conversant with the circumstances, united in protest andI defeated it. His pardon at this time Ihy Acting (;overnor Murray is asn outrage on justice and sets a premium on crime in Montana." APPEAL TO THE DISTRICT COURT IN GORDON CASE An appeal has been taken to the dis trict court front the judgment rendered for the defense in the case of Charles ). Roemler against J. S. G;ordon,. tried in Justice of the Peace l)anzier's court. Roemnier stued to recover $SJ0, fromt the defendant, whlto is a membher of the (;or don-Shay Opera conllpany, which appeared here Fehruary am. The suit was ttn, a promissory note given in Indiatapolis in July, 1899. At the time the opera company ap peared htere, Roemiler attached the box office receipts. secttrittg about $248 itt cash. At a trial held before Justice of the Peace Danzier the court renrdered judgmentt for Gordon, which was stbseqtettly set aside by Judge Clancy, atd the appeal resulted. WIN. OF CAI DUI Wine of Caldi regulate me n atiem, cares bharig-dewm paimle aerveusma , lreatonke of he ~ mbra .sus m.alp and all ma.nae of tmale wehasm. This pure Wine takes the yanIg girl safely through the per: of y.ag womanhaod by giving he ar rrect memntrual habits. It comrets barmeanen, and is the stay of the ggang moaer during pregasaey a at chllbirth, anisting her to recover quickly from the ordeal. Wine of Cardul rlleve women of ches anad pains la the head, back and abdomen, and is necessary at the menstrual perlde, especially when there are symptoms of Irreglarty or suppression. At the change of life Wine of Cadul gives a woman strength to reist the shocehk which generlly atteds the puesage of this important period. Wlia of Cardal will keep any woman healthy by shielding her from the dangers which lie in wait for her sex, THE GREAT FAMILY MEDICINES Thrtedtrd's Black-Draught is the oriinal liver regulator. Its results are as far-reaching and important as the AL intluen e ot the liver on the human body. Thedford's Black-Draught invigorates digestiae, curing dyapr psia. It regulates the bowels, curing constipation, diarrha-a and dysentery. By regulating the liver it cures bi'lousaess and colds, and by strengthening the action of the kidneys it relieves the blood of poisons which cause rheumaltm apd countless pains. TLedtord a Black-Draught is the companion remedy of Wine of Cardul. These two preparations work to. gether perfectly, and are generally sold together. During the past seventy-five years they have cured nmillions of persons in the privacy of the home, without doctors' offeaive private examinations or expensive treatment. Wine of Cardul and Thedford's Black-Draught always do the same thin, and health is invartably the result. Your drugi.:st has $1.00 bottles of Wine of Cardul and 2S-cent packages of rhedford's Black-Draught. l* L THEDFOR S BLACKDRAI HT 'L ..R Brandon, Ala., March 9, 1902. st*wm etts sVrl I have been using Wine of Cardui and Thedford's Black-Draught as you advised me to, and my pains havedl me. Isleep well. My appetite is good. I am not constipated an my stomach is not sore. The pains in my side mnd stomach are gone. The numbness is all gone and I feel better in every way. Mrs. J. A. McCURDY. .o I 'Be leJ. If you think you need advice, address, lig symptoms,"The Ladies' Advisory Department, The Chattanooga Medcine ompany·, Chattanooga, Tenn. C A t I --- - -·----------------- - AMONG THE TOILERS N. P. SETTLES THE DEMANDS Troubles With Trainmen and Conductors Satisfactorily Fixed. sY PS ntOIAr}I)s PRi St. Paul. April 15.- -All matters. in di. pule lwtth i n ttliciil. l of the" Northern Iacific ant the illnductltI .in trainmtCtntv hatve been utttlId to the :,:l i.ft tliilot of both ofticials anid men.. aul inegtiations which lwgan e;,rly i, Jtanuar are tti. ended. The agree.ent wa: reached /es terday at ia conllerrnce which aInted less thanl two hours. The melltn aill get an advance of 15 per cent for freight co-. ductors and trainmen and i J per cent for passenger trainmen. Yardmen in all yards were granted the new Chicago scale. which is half a cent :a, hour higher than the rate which the Northern l'acitic men secured last fall. 1 he COlmpany agreed to di,.tontinte the practice of running douthile hI;,ler trains except on two divisions, where they will lie run ont a low tonnagie re triction, antd Sthade ani agretelent with the ltt It, oi, the locations where helper engine. may lie maintained. WVith ote or two exe: ltiotts the helper districts are along the Yelliwstutoe and in the Rocky mn|untain divisiions. This agreement with the Northern Pa cific is similar to that made with the Southern Pacific and Santa Fe and the Union Pacific. The increase in, pay will affect iabour .400oo men. scatteted between St. Pauli anit Duluth andl the Pacific coast." °Phe gran offieers, Messrs. (;arretlson and Newman. will re.main in St. Paul until tile retui: of President J. J. Ilill, and will then broach the subject of a settlement with the Great Northern. AMADOR COUNTY STRIKES Western Federation of Miners Has Three Demands to Be Settled. IY ARSOt'IATD.U tt'isa. San Francisco. April I5.---A strike brought about by the Western Federatio! of Miners was begun on the Mother lode yesterday, by which operations in all the mines in Amador county are interfered with seriously. As producers they are practically shut down. the working' if pumpst,,i keeping the miite clear of water Among the mines affected are the well knownu BHuker Ilill, Kennedy. Wilftman. Iluoney. South Eureka, Central Eurek.t and the Z.ile. At the Kencndy mine there were labout u200 men before the strike antd to old and 0o new stamps were droppiing ore. Thte South Kuretka mine had possibl' so tmen eumployed. lThe Central Etureka was uisting aboutit tioo me.t. In the Z.eile front it i to t. *u m1.teI were empllloyed. The strikers dcemanld that the Federa tion ie recognized, that no miners lie dis charg.ed w ithoult referring the Imattler to the aritratioin colmmllittee of the \\'citern Fejl eration of Miners andI tth:t the salnw wages lie given for right hours of work that is now the rate for io hours. POLICE PATROLING HARBOR Serious Trouble is Expected From the Strikers at Buffalo. I1V AS..( '..il I III i -ll S. Ititlalo., April 15-s- 'olice were tationled along the litfalo. harbler frot last night tI prevenlt .serioull nOttire:iks nn the part ot Ithe striking ste;amship fliremen and oiler, andtl their sympathlizer., r i' lo men were as .aUlted ii ('onit street last ee'lling and a riot was narrowly averted at the foont uof Erie street late ill tue afternoon. Serious trouble may occur wlilri the Iosts carrying nol-uioin mIInII arrive fro)m t hicagi, today land tomnorrow. CLOSED TO AVOID TROUBLE Hawkesbury Mills at Ottawa, Ont., Have Shut Down. IIY ASi SW IAIl l 1-'ll s4. (Ottawa, ()nt., April 15.--'lhe Ilawkea .bury conlpany's mills have been closed to avoid trouble. There was a large num ber of murn ready to statrt work; but as a conflict was immiuinent hItweeCn strik era and non-strikers, the company closed down altogether. Mr. MatcKen.ie Kinlg. deputy minister of labor, was sent for and he left to endeavor to bring the men and the company together with a view of ef fecting a settlement. BALL TO MARK THE DAY Butte 6tenographers' Union is to Ob serve Second Anniversary. The Butte Stenographers' union will celebrate its second anniversary to morrow, April z6. Elaborate prepara tions are being made to observe the event with fitting ceremony, the chief feature of the celebration being a ball in the evening. During the two years of its existence the union has become well and favorably known as a social os well as business or, aniaation. MUST WARN ALL 'SCABS." O:herwise., mployers Are Liable if They Are Hurt by Strikers. i 'I ,',- i1 ll111 ' N %.. , I ll . ,-. \ p li t l '. "t il y rll s whi fa ll tI, ni% llalt In l'imle takin g the pjl.iit's ii IIher whIio ay il. ohut ont strike the all Il!.iir. or vinltlen to which lhey art. IIt i, c, . .llare liia le Ir to l ,iig i c iin 3 r''y is cloi1. 1i":i s i thi i i uph tiiin ii lit he court of aippealsc, handeld dot n inl tlihe ci.a.,e ,I H lliiiall I li htathtuer, whl ., while ini the 1 nI l~t ili the Ihlh iver 1ia andil Iliilect i ullip lli, was shit lit by striking eimiplotee0% hired wlithlout Inwiig ,old there was a strike .it the plant. In givilng Itl(e dleiionlt Judge Tl rhonmpson ,aid,1 "Thl' controlliing featlrel of this iaqe i, that the rlpllyer knowingilv py IO. I lthe epiei li personal danger .nli iin S.ah ,I dIli lidn' g r iiion Ibii. It i. intl i.itl Ihltat hlurinl the intl irvelniin, ltiill. tIl , pl;laitllf iolllghit i hailt dicIv, re.ili tat ha nl i i ltl il in eti uii e aI' . t th. t l ell oIlIi t culcuu O em iitiptelye were illno t, Irai 0liit frattel of n .ll . l. liVi V unll te hi liih lsent or nclaril elll(te it is auteged 1ilit thr e plt intill did nIt 1,11k w tih;it there was a sirike o, tI.ti hei. wat in any ilanger untiil he was ilattacikedl. "'This explicit state.li -tu , uol ilat is nut to be et biy meire airgateil. CHINKS AND JAPS COMING IN Western Federation of Miners May Or ganize Them in This Section. "YI A. 0li%1 1 i PRI.S. fIl,, e wr. Apl it 15. ' . ,..h ' , , Ia y ',. 'lhe We ,turn .ederatlin ,i ,liie.l. i ,ll lil i teil iioiii f if la ior l .lir iiat , i iio u . hey imay organiie tIhe llr stnc i ll l bini e uiii, Jparil e. 11, 1 .hit in tit . licse ili ani lii t.,.ir of ilit, Northwesi t :liad Ili ilitih I olu ihia. IV. .. Ihlaywud, sew cretary of the, fdtc.ra liioni, sail tIhey are willitt ng to ttluilc or it tIitir and llitriatd with i the feie... lin . a1;1 that tihl .limerian ill miners whu, h it'e ayl, rre.se t i work wili iiaoll tiiioi liien iof tlr w their vn nioiily, itlere tii chlded that Ihere is tni re.:1,1l why hihey ishoul forliIego their principles iii n the case I1esids, Secretary I OaywTod says, Ihsr for-igniil have frel.ently shown them elves to he in .niipalhi y wi llt uninisn,, 1i have sacrilicel their owei iinteretl in aid of a 'tcalut wlhie.r, Ihlre was 11othinig Ito inluent.l thll n other tilan their syml pathy. May Go Out Today. $Y ,.A114OS IA I Pall ('NI.S. New York, April i.,.- Negotiations lIe t w(e°1 the executive cotntliltee of thle elevated railway *employes; anid General IMacager Bryal, with a view to averting 1 Come to Thisi . Office * If You Wish to Be Well Served Our DENTAL WORK is superior in many respects, yet the cost is less than elsewhcre. Our artificial teeth look and feel and act like natural teeth, and for $5.00. Filling done here is perfect and lasting. Examinations cost nothing. Come and see us about your teeth. The New York Dentists 80 West Park Street. Over Symons' Dry Goods Store. Hours 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. 'Phone 975A 010% 'p W lt'l r ' ther tli,, in al, t.ennaf i idt ,tl intl lPa1r d ent of I, utth'.tor11 e. nt 1 11 at llt- 1111 it1rut1 i. 1htt u r ca\ . ttttm a'ttti\1.1 11,11. 11 otrar t111t IiI. t ltt will t111t d. it It tI tllntg tl1 tate hI\r .,: ilsa I r e, .,II tnIIIi' lo t nlle', ilt . hinal . tpt',eal h, hI i, I, 1 t, tn.t.h t1,.1. Itt., t nllat h a, ri, i detyl. IrI ,1 1 lhe, n1tlet hualt.111h I t i,.lit II proht ti iiu'. e Ntel . tbetr rrOnlII ,. HE ADVISES ARBITRATION President of Loitnuhaoremen Says It Is the Better Way. Ill . :,."" tl1 i11 11 i i .'l hlt t aih i t t'il i t, I . r-' .ltnt til. l klath t tli I ItIltr.n atialll I I.,ll . gsitiuC lit n', mtilontu )r mlerday addlewest einqun lot th" ftriking fir tli lltn it tttttt.h.r il ther ai sl ttlranlrt otf the +trikt . ITh" attlitlfudl aa ilh te Lake I .irritt i' astaniatilion loward their men .tc;lin, lallyh.'llI' t They rei tIrll I t-i dntati, t, ll ta i 1. r1 as rxiorhi l ;fill a .l4 t111i a t tlI r, l .iil . erI talayaI taea , t l Il tlta , Iit N 'tr rept' ll,' I to Iha pa eht 't t tt tr' tll . tt . tI t at intlt anttl, t.lk,, ,ned a ) r.ile'ln .n tli h i h 'ck,. N., lii lls dltlMl ailesr , N1 D ole n. GIVE VOLUNTARY INCREASE I ,..i' I ar; ll. Apr pril ,. 'r I he fitolltwiti - t.1 .1" 11 Iita,, o(dl l pla rted itll es c ry ' ptla;itl and I4-aping |acthJinte rilnpny's wurk.: "I11 1 s after April 1 tih, prier lot fit1 picr ,1ul, k ill th I ldeplariturnt will Ibe ln r aw,,d 1' per ,'.l1, au| .111 d.ly waJge will he in're el to 4entis leer lday." tittl ftuitt lae It.t atl ,intrral ott a grfater titi.loatnd t 1a11t1 t lit oIlar placen and to 1:011."1 .11 l1 ,,p 1It I '. May Affect 100,000 Men. 1" S , ,IIg ii t ll 1'11t. ' hti 'ag.,. Alril ,. 1i1n hlle rsill of :a lnt.f 1 t 4in , ht r he hi e l mlay ll.p Ilfill th,. * I. t ,"l i i '. Io aI ,l l ik "e w h I h m a y i ln v Iv ,t lille0 wolrkmllll itl the great lake,. An tltimattlll ll 01 was. . 1% to In prlsiIente by the package freight hln; llrr,, alI lhi iagt ftu the aliatag* t, . if the lake" linel' and Ji:bur r.llutracltors who .upply menet fur dock work along ,ith, ( hi-ag, river. ''lle dimlad i.. backed by fihe hhrnatiinal 'l.lulh.arani l sold National Transport 11 HI ker' s' :ia.or al ion. Light-Hour Day. Ilaho Sprin.l . ( ,I., April .S. In ate lordaJ, e with iiti-,rtlclions ,if lth W e.r ern ederation of ,Miner., thro loc." olli vial-, w'it ou1 notlic'" ye-terJay aflternonn tip all tl"e ine lw.llrl il Itii d|itrict in the, eff,'tl that an right hour day would N. enfolt*rd Many 1. Makes No Dfference. New ',rk. April is. The aseoialtiofn o .1:i.ter (i arplntrl at thi ir leetling last eiight derided to rmplloy hoh ullsAmalgalate.I and Il'itherlhood liifl, irr-ipective of al filial ion. TEAMSTERS' STRIKE FIXED Providence, R. I., Men Accept Terms and Will Go B.ack to Work. iil Iii li "ii I i I I I s it as s iii s , l t 1t a iii liss r. II i. I \p. t i ,1 t hsl e es I itiu t'.. s' ilike whIi hev,,in toll \pril t, h oe n 1 ,,'.t tl) h,l thrugl h tIh , acct.pl 1i by ih11' I " , 1111.1, '1 . n' 111 ,,: 1 the 1 1,0 I 11,. 1,1i l . l S a.l' s s, Iht t ,sl 1 . 1 ' .1j le1 tIe 1 ,1 s11111 Ias 'ti .,, ,11s a'.,iis 1,lsI s.l. is, r ii h lp. r, tSo, , ,llhi sby :1i' ll l llraii.. I , s all l.atl r Ol lle lyear lu11l hI" I; 011 *'I I , hl., I . hIi I is ..rl w5.1gs wisill he the same, a sfor lisi.(t rll. wilh hlue .ri ptis 11 ie alat wager sil the hI'l . t, wh sch w ll hlo s h witlled later. lihsi u .sih .t a tIe 1. n i 1 dih ,rinliatle Inltli t IIII o 111111 " tl , w\tlhi" 1.. ( i ),ear they Stnreurl lt Ihrr tonWoe butl and 1rid.e, Me IItD 1i1tltl'r S 'pe cill esui llni . .s, Illi. 1,. - lJttlh', welrl ,,.lagr',l 1o, l' se ,hlwll Ior 1 sh, It timtle u I II.Ici Ilt l t tIhe l .areily lof .all. Alll of the strikers will haive their places back. CALLS THE STRIKE OFF Structural Iron Workers and Bridge Men Will Return. I ., 'l ,k..\ i p il , I. It Il il:r idi thiat I'Ir,.I h.l l s . i ast t Ii Iu ll i tlrn ationil Arl..r a1,st ,r Ii trile s.i, tsIrntsI ra l I1 t1 e h*sth'Ialr 5.t -,sil l ia..l.sa ,la .ltials ii lar' t.l lll r H iu l,,"is i.r , l u.i~d. t I asl i ll the Isaike l Anvng r.a..ee ia ii ageinit the Aierikan Iliitihi ch nsp.( nysi. "'its nis isiesi alo sa g tha t itll" llllt S cti l Ie. hi t.iiratia ill. Thel atrikye irh'S a l e i rs , ilr Ie lrcin*( liiln of the hin rnail iin,.11 .e, ais iatiol si this rity, Aat hana y i lnli hu,, l'hilad lphia, Ilaltitl ore, 'itslhurg, I h'la. aIts other platces A lrilprrs"tthe' lis i i,( the American irilsss rurlpany is s ultedi as saying that, althougllh the clnspani y w lad l uI oi aI yet receisld a visit frsa I rl arhsssal aabiirtialri sli wlarli hsen its tshe hl lling rf the recent :urb1itefnl I II c ulhnrrlen . it(- r ystlr lel lhe It kse t. sI, s a1 i t s itth e sisia.l. THIRD ANNUAL BALL TONIGHT The h Iris .iirs i i " the \s'olran'a Ill t Kl ive uI n asre ho.ked tI give their lthird al lrul 11 l1 at I tens.haw hall tonight. T' he suma, it-stee loi arrangailnrt.l 1ary worked hall it make the hall ne of thise pleasant ucial 'events if tie seiasln. 'Ie lasse oa'ist.e is corpllrised tf Kate M,,hart, Sadlie Kelsey, l':muma I.uml, Firalncis (alvisn, Itridgrt McMahon, "lthel 'amlplsell, Sophia Linton, Itesie (' amplr.ll, Miss itt a Iiey, Miss uster sill Mii s Mary .trllile. "ehere was another largely attended re. v iva l .,r. ,c . at th e M. . tlh d ist E p isco pa l church Smuth la-t evening. Rev. Murray spokr ou the test, "I 1\ ill Go." Ilis sub ject this eveiiting will lie, "l'herefore I i1 an .iot I 1sis'." lh.e vservices will con sisnu i "'.siy 'lsnini thi, week. I 'tie-, N. V., April a,. -M.lajor General R. I hatter, I., . A., wais tIhe guest of honosr at the ainIaual s:malqtt t i the Ities: chanislher of scsaaers., last night. lie asstade a .prech ini whirh Ihe told of tlhIe progress of the any. ie was esthupia;stic.ally apI. ali a lhi.