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PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT DROPS OUT
OF SIGHT FOR THE TIME BEING S~rrCPAtL to rrft IºTER " , t NtAIN. Cinnabar. Mont.. April 18.--No news has been received from the president since he left yesterday morning for Norris, to view the geysers. As the trail has eren made passable in the worst places it is supposed he reached his destination safely. During the last two or three days of his stay in the park the president will he joined by Secretary I.aoc and the other membors of the party. The plan for the. president to stay a Scl,'rty Lob (to l the left), SuperinPtendent Gillinan of tiLe Bear Geelch Mlining Co. (in tih center), Assistant Secretary liarnes, (to the right) at the Mines at lardier Mont. -tr "BLFF..ALO" JONES, Chai f of Scouts of the National Park. Now W|ith the Presi,dent. OUT OF TOWN SOCIETY ((Continued from Page Fiiften.) day itn Deer L.odge, when he was a guest of Mr. anld aMrs. (). W. thk. Thomas AM. Davis and family, after spending the winter in Deer Lodge, have returned to their ranch homle near Avon. Mrs. i. It. Richards left WVednesday for a visit to her sisters, Mrs. J. C. Moore and Mrs. I). L. Rowley and their families, at Avon. Colonel and Mrs. W. N. Aylesworth and daughter, Miss Elizabeth, returned last Saturday afternuon froln a few days' visit in Butte. Billy Stiner and wife were over from P'ioneer Wednesday. Alderlnan-elect anld lrs. John Mclnerny went to Blutte Wednesday for a short visit. George I.ossl, the well known lmerchant of Pioneer, was in Deer l.odge Tuesday, S. E. l.arabie expects his wife and chil dren home fromtI their California sojourn about the atlh or 26th instant. . Miss Mary Wilkerson of Hamnilton ar rived Monday oil a visit to her sister, lMrs. James Li:eaton, Jr., and family. Miss Alice Welch, after spending the Easter holidays at home, returned to her studies at the State Normal school in Dillon Wednesday. Mrs. Walter Adams and baby. of Butte, who had been guests of her tmother, .,lrs. J. E. Van Gundy, and other relatives and friends, returned home Wednesday. George S. I:ardley and wife and Harvey Jessen of Butte, after nearly two weeks In Deer Lodge, left for Philipsburg Mon day afternoon.' J. B. Hare has been engaged to teach the Gregson school and began the task Rlonday. Sparrow Case Submitted. SPECIAL TO THE INTER MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, April 18.-In the district sourt today the case of the Ancient Order of Hiberntans against C. W. Sparrow et al., was submitted to the jury after argu aments by counsel. The case is one where In the order is suing the bonds of the Contractors to recover several thousand dollars alleged to be due because of a fail. re to comply with the contract made for *he erection of the A. O. H. hall. It has been on trial all week. Valetta Island of 'Iidtai, pril IS. he British battleshpl Victor us, which au ieen ordered to I.i. $or ,reece, ow ng to the t nte l ec .of affairs be Balkes, saile uin the night for olO, Grtice. day in the Black Hills has been aban doned, owing to the impossibiiity of dis arranging the program as already ar ranged. An hour wi'l spent at Eldgemont, where the president will be given an old-fash ioned cowboy reception. One of the most interesting characters in the Yellowstone Park with whom the president has come in contact is "uiulTalo" rnes, a nneed trapper and scout, who is chief of scouts _in the .rk and who ac colnl,.iess the j.resldrnt s herever he goes in the park. "HutTalo" Jones was especially engaged by the government to look after the ani orals in the park which are believed to Ibe the last herd of any srie not in captivity of the great herds of bison that once roved the prairies of the West. "Buffalo' Jones is a typical frontiers man, among the last of a type of We\\'stern characters that. like the utlahl, is fast disappearing before the onward march of civwlieatiun. This picture shows the old frontiersmani in ia typical attitude. Quiet and gentle in marller, he possesses nerves of ste.l andl a grint determination to face danger. Ino mia;it ter Low serious. The story of This life woull put the author of d:nle novel heroes to blush. Hlis actual western experiencers, not nrly with lndians, hut with wild animals, would make a thrilling Imok. lie has faced death on several metm.orablle occasions. andl his body is scarred with wounds rect ivc d in I.and to hand conflicts with Indians andl wihl annlals. I LOTS $150.00 $25 Down - -Balance $10 Per Month I A WORK COMMENCD I ON T"HE New Smelter NEXT TO THE I SMcQUL1N ADDITION ! I CITY WATER I Throughout the Entire Ground TITLe PERFECT AND GUARANTEED Prices Will Not Be Raised Until After Mey 15th, Will Drive You Out to the Ground ITHE THOMPSON CO. S- 15 WEST BROADWAY mu... umu me mes m .uu) Not long ago be roped and dragged alive to Fort Yellowstone a young mountain lion. lHe has had many a tussle with bears of all sisea and degrees of ferocity and 1i withal a noted Western character. Not far from Cinnabar is Bear Gulch, one of the well known mining distripts of Montana. The mines of this gulch hIve been prominent producers for years. Interest in the Bear (Gulch mines has re cently been revived by the rorganisatiol of the Bea Gulch Mining company, under a new name and plans are beine on foot for the operation of tl.e properties upon a large scale. Since the presidential party has been sidctracked at 'innahar the memibers of the party, including Private Secretary wIoob and Assistant Barnes, have visited the Bear Gulch mines and been shown the properties, ualder the guidance of Superin tendent (;ilmartin. The new company that has acquiredt the Bear Gulel. minei priposes to erect large mills and extensivcly operate the proper ties. Spring Overcoats. Now, when it's dangerous to be wit)otot an overcoat and often too warm to wear the winter one, a lightweight coat fills the bill. llenncssy's have a new stock that retails at $10.75 and $14.75, and are w~rth at the least half as much more. The qual ities are good, styles excellent, antdamny man wanting a coat tanl ot aotorI t9 01 - ,look these. There's notlling equal to therm ini the state. Open Open Tonight Tonight Don't Miss Our Great Saturday Night Bargain Sale Every department will display genuine bargains in new and seasonable merchan dise. They will be placed on sale at six o'clock this evening. You should not fail to take advantage of the exceptional money saving opportunities we offer tonight. Our Boys' Clothing Section Will present an unusually attractive array of substantial bargains. For instance:-Boys' new spring, two-piece Norfolk, blouse and ves tee knee pants suits. Made of all-wool cheviots, cassimere, worsteds and homespuns in Navy blue and black, brown, gray and fancy checks. The two-piece suits are in sizes, 8 to 15 years. The Nor folk, blouse and vestee suits are in sizes 3 to 8 years. They would be very good value at $4.50. Tonight $2.69 Tell Your Boy we give free of charge with every purchase of $2.50 in our boys' clothing department a baseball and bat, mitt or mask. 50c Oriental Corded Women's 50c Black Wash Silks Tonight Lace Hose, Tonight 23c a Yard 21c a Pair Open Tonight Until 10 o'Clock M. J. Connell Company White's Addition Near New Smelter Take a Flyer in a few lots at $150.00 z each. . . Terms C Z [o Cobban, asey, Day Co. I White's Addition * Near New Smelter BUTTE CLUBS The West Side Shakespeare club met Tuesday evening with the president, Mrs. Gilbert. Mrs. Charles Gosman was to have to read the paper of the evening, "Early Greek Writers and Philosophers," but owing to lack of time, on account of business, the paper was posponed until the following meeting. After the read ing from Pericles the club adjourned to meet with Mrs. Yancey next week. Mrs. Eli Atkins of Pony was a guest of the club,. The Saturday Night Club. The Saturday Night club met last week at the office of Mrs. Ella Knowles Has kell in the Silver Bow block. Mrs. Havelah Squires delivered tj.e address of the evening and Mr. Joseph Mariner, who was a guest of the club, spoke entertain ingly of Preston A. Perry, the lecturer and book collector, and gave some inter estint information concerning Mr. ferry's valuable collection. Current topics opened a wide field for general discussion among the members. South Side Sandalphon Club. The South Side Sandllphon club met with Miss Emma Duncal at No. t8 West Mercury street on Tuesday evening. Be tween 35 and 40 members were present. An important item in the general business was the appointment of a committee to send in a protest against the employment of girls on the messenger force. The com mittee consists of Miss Maude Phillips. club reporter; Miss Emma Duncal and Miss Ethel Bucher. The musical program for the evening was as follows: Piano solo, Miss Lilah Sherrard; recitation, Miss Emma Duncal; vocal solo, Mr. William Brazier; recita tion, Mr. Bowden; vocal solo, Miss Maude Phillips; piano solo, Mr. Bowden. The next meeting will be held Tuesday evening, April iI, at the home of the Misses Clark, No. 915 Delaware avenue. The Woman's Club. The Woman's club met in regular ses sion on Wednesday afternoon at Elks' hall. The election of trustees took up the entire meeting. The result was that the following ladies were chosen: Mrs. C. C. Rueger, Mrs. W. W. Cheely, Mrs. JR. Russell, Mrs. Ignatius Donnelly, Mrs. Jeffries and Mrs. W. 0. Speer. Literature Depaltment of Weman's Wub. There was an interesting meeting of the literature department of the Woman's club on Tuesday afternoon at Elk's hll. Mrs. Jackman, Mrs. C. D. Vail and Mrs. David Dickson served tea, and acted as hostesses. After some discussion the department decided to devote the coming year to the further study of American history and lit erature. The period to be covered is that between 1821 and 1904. Many subjects were brought up in the discussion of current topics, among which was the new book by Mr. J. W. Scott entitled "Jack Harden's Arabian Nights." The book is a slang version of those fa mlous tales, and Mr. Scott's publishers are enthusiastic over it. Montana is to be congratulated on having another author in the field, and with characteristic quick ness the Woman's club is prompt in man ifesting its interest in him. Miss C. L. Turnley read a paper on S. Wier Mitchell and his work. It was noted with much satisfaction that the lecture by Elbert Hubbard, given under the auspices of the club, was a pro nounced success. This gives food for hope that the energetic and progressive women of Butte will be the means of bringing other famous authors and speak ers here. Those who attended. Tuesday's meeting were: Miss C. I.. Turnley, Mrs. W. J. Alexander, Mrs. Woods, Mrs. Steele, Mrs. Samuel Treloar. Mrs. H. L. Charles, Mrs. J. W. Gunn, Mrs. George Bretherton, Mrs. Jackman, Mrs. Dickson, Mrs. Knox, Mrs. I. N. Symons, Mrs. J. R. Russell, Mrs. Kirkwood, Mrs. Berry, Mrs. Harvey L. Klock, Mrs. W. J. Christie, Mrs. Eliza. beth Flood, Mrs., C. D. Vail and Mrs. Sheehy. Saturday Night Club. A talk on theosophv by Mrs. Havilah Sqluiers was the principal attraction on the program of the Saturday Night club for last week. It was full of interest and instruction for the members and held their attention for an hour. Following this came a phonograph ex hibition, conducted by Elmer Booth of the International Correspondence school. Se lections were rendered in French, German and Spanish. Mrs. Ella Knowles Haskell was the club's hostess. Tonight the club will meet with Dr. Cahoon in the Owsley block. Mrs. Creigh. ton will talk on "Life in China." FINDS PLOW USED BY MOUND BUILDERS ai ASSOCTAT7n PR.SS. Princeton IL11, April 18.-Eli Williams, a farm Iles south of this city, while J i' ell unearthed a stone plow wh ved to be a relic of the mpund "b l, .' 'le plow is of a reddish stone, tr !. r shape and 13 inches wide ea w a . t was found immedistely above a strata of oal.