J. W. TURNER
Fairlanks' Santa Claus and Plymouth
Rock Sonp; 25
special, 7 bars............... u
Fairbanks Fairy Soap; 25c
6 bars ......................
4vate Castile; 25c
All kinds Washing Powder;
regular ac. Per pkg........ IOc
Largest size bottle Yacht Club
special . .....................35C
Heinz Salad Dressing;
Special. Per bottle........... 25C
J. W. TURNER & CO.
101 South Main Street.
Our stock of loose and mounted
gems has never been as complete, anJ
we are in position to quote you prices
at a considerable saving in money.
OUR STOCK OF DIAMOND
MOUNTINGS comprises everything
new and desirable, including the hand.
carved, unique design novelties in the
new shades of gold, as well as the
more staple Tiffany shapes.
Jewelers and Opticians
S8 West Park St.,Satt., Mont.
Six Million Dollars Spent by the
U.P.R. R. Co.
In Improving what w'.e originally the
Lnest track in the Wat.
A comparatively straglht and tltd
roadbed ballarted with dustless Sher
man granite, rendering possible the
bighest raer of speed, together with
the greetae degree of safety. The
msgnilt'de of the work must be see
to be appreciated.
WHAT DOES I:' MEAN?
',olid comfort, security and pleasuMn
to our patrons.
ARE YOU GOINO EAST?
if so, you cannot afford to ge via any
other than this ROYAL HIGHWAY.
Further information on applicatios
personally or by letter to
H. O. WILSON, 0. S. I.,
MINING APPLICATION NO. 46S9.
United States Land Office,
Helena, Montana, March 6, gpoj.
Notice is hereby given that Savin Lisa,
Martin Lisa and Elijah Boyer, whose posh
office address is Butte, Montana, have this
day iled their application for a patent for
s,soo linear feet, being sos feet westerly
and s,3Sp feet easterly from discovery
shaft of the Edna F. Lode, upon which a
notice of intention to apply for a patent
was posted on the e8th day of February,
3903, situated in Independence (unor.
ganised), mining district, Silver Bow
county, state of Montana, designated as
Survey No. 6833, in Section sa, Township
Snorth, Range 8 west, being more portin.
lady described as follows: Beginning Nt
the southwest corner a point in the east
end line of Survey No. 3467, a granite
stone set In the ground, with a mound of
stone alongside, and marked 1.S833 for
Corner No. s, from which the quarter
bection Corner on the south boundary of
Seetion as, Township 3 north, Range 8
west, bears south g degrees Is minute
west 0,o39.8 feet and running thence
nortL 8 degrees oy minutes west, ps:.
feet; thence north 78 degrees 2l minutes
east, s,481 feet: thence south 8 degrees oy
adnutes east, 349 feet; thence south Ia
degrees west, s,soo feet to the place of be.
ginnlng, containing an area of 54.6 sacres
elaimtd by the above named applicats.
The location of this claim is of record in
the Recorder's office of Silver Bow county,
Montana, in Book "H," of Lode Locatioan,
at Page ago.
The adjoining' claims to these premiase
are Survey No. tys6, Sister Annie Lad4e
Lot p9g, on the south; Survey No. 3647,
Big Bend Lode, on the west, and the Jupi
tar Lode, unsurveyed, on the north,
FRANK D. MIRACLE, Regstrtr.
SAMUEL BARKER, JR.
Attorney for Appllcats,.
[First Publication March y, tporel
THE PRESIDENT TO LAY A CORNER
STONE AT GARDINEi.
On April 14th President Roosevelt will Isl
the corner stone to the arch that is to mark
the main entrce to "Wonderland," and the
northern Pacific will sell roun.trip tickets to
srdlner from all points in Montana at one
re for the round trip. Tickets on ale from
stern ot poits April , good r
Th te from Butts to Gardiner and return
CTikte" 'rill not be honored on the "North
FATHER HAGGERTY TO
SPEAK ON SOCIALISM
Noted Priest-Specialist Will Arrive in Butte This,'After
noon and Appear at the Auditorium Tonight.
Father Haggerty. the noted priest-spe
cialist, arrived in the city tils afternoon
and will make an address at the Audi
Father Haggerty, Who Speaks on Socialism.
torium tonight on the principles and work
He was expected in the city and last
night the Auditorium was crowded to its
utmost capacity with those who hoped
to hear the noted man lecture on social
He, however, missed the train from
Red Lodge, where he spoke night before
last, and so was unable to he present
when expected. F. F ox, chairman ot
v . ~ . . . ... . .. . . . . .- -
DONORS ARE THANKED
Butte's Swedish Colony Gets
Warm Letter From Gov
ernor of Norrbottan.
WORK OF THE COMMITTEE
IS GIVEN HIGH PRAISE
Scandinavian Official Compliments Amer
ican People on Their Generous Re
sponse to the Call for Aid When
Grim Want Began to Work Havoc
Among Residents of the Fatherland.
O. Bergstrom, chairman of the Swedish
famine relief committee, has received a
formal acknowledgment of the receipt of
the fund raised here for the benefit of the
starving citizens of Norrhlottan.
The committee in Butte worked zeal
ously for several weeks to collect a fund
to be sent to the assistalnce of the Ioor
in that section of Sweden where the
famine was most pronounced, and its
efforts were rewarded with an unexpected
degree of success.
Response is Liberal.
The Swedish colony respondud prompttly
and liberally to the appeal from the mouther
country, and the governor of the afflicted
province has written to thank the donors
for their efforts to relieve the starving
poor and conmplimtents themn on the gen'er
ous way in which the appeal for aid was
The government of Sweden did not feel
it would be exactly proper to issue an
appeal officially, so it wits decided to mnke
a personal request that the Swedish citi
zens of this country come to the rescue
to the fullest extent of their ability.
The committee for the collection of
the fund was composed of 0. itergstrom,
W. O. Hellgren, Oscar Stenberg, E. S.
Cook and P. O. Hohn.
Text of the Letter.
The letter of thanks was as follows:
"Having received the magnificent gift
of 5,333 kroner ($1,52o.40) from you in
aid of the famishing Norrbottans, I send
you my warmest thanks. The generosity of
the great American people to Sweden this
year has filled us with admiration as well
as heartfelt gratitude.
"Yours very respectfully,
"KARL ), J ERGSTROM,
"GOvernor of Norrihottan."
GREAT STRIKE IS POSSIBLE
Railway Men of St. Louis to Present
Demands to Company.
sY ASSOCIATED PRESS.
St. Louis, April zo.-It is stated that unless
the St. Louis Transit company granls the de
mands of the Amalgamated Association of
Street Railway emnployes, already formula.
ted for submission, at once after the world's
fair dedicatory exercices, a strike will be or
dered on the system. The Transit company
controls all the street-car lines in St. L.oui
except those of the suburban system.
Constitution at New Londoa
New London, April so.-The Conlttution
arrived here today. She will be cleaned.
THURSDAY'S AUCTION SALE
Of more than fifty head of well-broken horses,
sad close to a hundred highgrades vehicles,
rnasing from rosd-carts to tally-ho coaches,
omprsing the entire equipment of Mr. Chas.
.sglols' "ride of Butte'" stables, corner of
Montana and Mercury streets, should bring
IEh PRESIDENT TObuLAY A CORNER
the meeting announced that Father Hag
gerty nad not put in an appear-nce, but
-.oldt in tll probability be here tonilght.
The crowd was evidently greatly disap
Father 1Halgerty is well known to the
general public and particularly to those
Interested in socialism, as he has long
been considered one of the most forceful
sneakers in that line throughout the
lie has delivered addresses in Butte, a
number of times in the past and alwar.
receives a cordial welcome Fotn thqle
FARMERS IN BATTL
Alarm Sent Out By Tele
phone and One Bandit
BY A soriIAIEI) I'rlt.
St. l.otis, April o. - Ity means of the
rural te lephone service in the vicinity of
Edlwardsville, Ill., i8 miiltes cast of here.
farmlers' posses were quickly summloned
yestlerdy to capture two stltpl)osed rob.
hers, and in the tight that followed Frank
(harhls of Mobile, Ala., one of the two
ment, was probably fatally lshot and his
companllon escaped after a three-mlile
Two farm hlouses had bern entered by
rlbbrrs and provisions were taken from
one place anll a tent from the second.
l:armers ('harks Glass and Henry
Hlendlricks notliied Constable I.awrence of
East Alton by telephone and summoned
neighboring farmers ,by the same means.
Immediately armed farmers answered the
Noted Doctor Passes Away.
Xenia, 0.. April an.-- )t. David Mc
I)ill. widely known as an author of the
ological works, is dead here from heart
California Excursiot, via the Oregon
Short Line Railroad.
Saun rancisco and return .............. o
Los Angeles and return ............... ....oo
Going and return via Ogden,. Utah,
or Portland, ()re. Tickets will he on
sale May I3 to a9 inclusive, good re
turning until July it, 103v; stopover
privileges in both directions., For lur.
ther particulars call on or address tog
North Alain street, Itutte.
II. U. WILSON, General Agent.
EXCI'ISI( N RIATES 'To IIS ELENA.
()n account of the I.ivestock meeting at ilel.
ens the Northern 'acific railway will sell
roind-lrip tickets from all points in Montana
to lelehns on April aid and aid at one and
one fifth fare for the round trip.
'Tickets good returning on or before April
The Best Time to Palut
Is during the warm months, when the
woodwork is thoroughly dry. Use our
ready to use paints and you will be sur
prised how efay it is to do, and more sur
prsed to find how much you will save by
doing it yourself. Our made, mixed paints
are the best made.
CARDER WALL PAPER CO.
C. V. pRANZMAN, Proep
135 W. Park St., King Blk. 'Phone sod.
FUR FLIES WHEN
Seniors and Juniors at State
Normal School Indulge
in a Difference.
AND EIGHT OF THEM ARE
HAULED BEFORE THE BAR
Fined $2.50 Each, But Sentence is Sis
pended During Good Behavior-All
Over Caps and Gowns, With Which
the Seniors Are Taking the Sweet
hearts of the Juniors From Them.
UIPFiIAI. it) IIIK INIti. Mott'NIAIN.
Dillon, April .o.--"Ylou are tined $..5o
"Mercy, there i.n't two bits in the
Judge Vermillion glared sterily down
front his bench and the right Normal
school girls arrainedl for disorderly con
duct ltood abashed before his awful
It was their first exlperience iiin .ut and
they felt the novelty of the situation. But
then, there were neither rep,litere nr
spectators present and so) ) i one could
write tp the horrid delrtails.
Judge Imposed Fines.
"light tines two fifty is twenty. llut
if )ol have not the price I s ill sustiendl
sentelnce during good Ibehaviaor," remarked
the judge, wherreat the ylloung lades
Ireathell pretty little sighsl of relief aindl
the stern minister of the law received such
grateful glances as caused hli heart to
glow within his manly htsomIt.
It all canie about over a college rlass
war, tlh is suddllen alppe:arance in Vermil
lion's court Sat rila;iv. The scnior and
junior girls had a lnec to pick. They
When the ,lust ilew away. turn caps and
gowns, to say nothing of hiruter applndl
ages, lay strewn over anI area of an acre.
Some time age1 the ulpperetlas girls re
ceived their gown. and cats. The figures
they made in themn st the oiunty clerk
to ordering marriage lietins s by the gross.
Girls Grew Jealous.
The junior girls grew jeatlois. 'There
were midnight deptrelations. Its, say nothinig
of open sciorn and tunll ts ll y day.
'I he spirit of the senio' r is Iproud. I)
why ihoutil the slpirit of senior hlie proud 1
Itluoth the juntior. TIhen they weit at 'iit
Imndl tore oil the lolnoxious a:gs.
'I his is omie story. .tnother is that the
Iunderclass girls llerely pilfered the gar
nmlellts anld-- .miost tunkindest, cut of all -
went and had their "plim lors i ook" in 'emi.
At any rate, the slni.,l h.ail ., warrant
swrinI out and Shelril .ist nitiviiilC tip ;:i
ictet and Iaoltsl theiti hItt frre the courl.
'IThy will not laisve I, dir up the two
fifty per, if nothin. fuithi r hphuinus.
,OUTLAW M'KINNEY SHOT
TO DEATH IN BATTLE
Noted Desperado and a Deputy Sheriff
Are Slain in an Encounter in
Center of Bakersfield, Cal.
S Y ASOISaP'IAr i'las.,
lrakersville, Cal., Aril ano. -The long
4nd exciting pursuit of James McKinney,
ortInlaw, from Kingamall, A ,A. a. ndeda in a
I,;oille with the ofthicrs ar the .law within
a fesw blocks of the busines,, cent,.r of this
itw.an yesterdav, two ne.tn 'lbintg killed and
,ni fatally wtanded. T'lh daad:
I \\I' .. McKINNI.', o tlaw.
W I I.l.IAM I". 'I llt I'.llT , dep iuty slheriff.
'haeas J. Pkarked, city imarshall, was
fatally wounided. 'the bIattle took plrlc.
in a laile' two-story brick buil ding oai the
ouaatskils of ('hinato'wn, tsed 'ly thei Chitn
,oe niemlbers of the Sni (in1 'l'onlg als a
lotging house, ropium dell ;n al js hotuse.
I I hre McKinery hana brn sicreled for
two or three days. lIe had ts a caompan
ian Al Ilulse, an ex coni t, awh, al. ieing a
imember of a Chil'nese secretl society, was
nabiledl, to ealist the ;al and symlpathy of
the IIrientails in harboring thle outltaw.
UPRISING OF THE BOXERS
IS PROMPTLY QUELLED
Viceroy Yuen Shih Kai of Yutien Prov
ince, Who Aided Americans in 1900,
Again Stands Against Fanatics.
1P Y ASifoItAI I it l ta Si 'lINi.
\V;ashington, April I).-Minisiter Cotn
mar reported to the state departmentt, from
l'eking, under late of March a S, that an
.tetalpt was made in the district of Yutien,
loi miles west of Pekin, to reorganize the
ioxir imovenmetl, but was promptly sui1.
pressed by the eneraltic action of the
viceroy, the famous Yuen, Shih Kai, who
stood like a rock against the boxers in
iuioo. Several soldiers lost their lives in
the attempt to arrest the criminals.
ABOUT THE TREASURE STATE
Wiles Springs Sold.
SPECIAL. TO TIlF. INT'F N M5iNTAIN.
Missoula, April ao.---eiaorge Steele of
CGrantsdale purchased Wiles hot springs,
in the Upper Bitter Rout, for $:a,rnr.
Successor Not Named.
SPErtIAL. 101 TIIE IN'IEt MOUNTAIN.
livingston, April ao.---ll. E. Palmer,
who is to take his new place ats superitn
teudlent of the Rocky mtomtain division
of the Northern Pacific on May I, has
heard nothing of the aplpointamelt of his
Heavy Fine for Assault.
SPtrEIAl. TO ThE INT'IE MOfINTAIN.
Fort Benton, April ao.-- John Allen
pleaded guilty to assault on John Reavis
Saturday afternoon and was sentenced to
pay a $oo fine or speIndl nine months at
the L.odge. Hte will try to raise the funds.
To Try James Dawson.
sI'ECIAl. TO Till INTEIR MOUNTAIN.
lHavre, April ao.- tames Dawson,
charged with the theft of a valise from a
aassenger train Thursday, will be tried
plefore Judge Melli. Ife gives Duluth,
1inn, as his home.
Thomas Chester's III Luck.
5P'V.aiAL. TO '1Ill INTiER MOUNTAIN.
Missoula, April ao.-- Thomas Chester, a
Northern Pacific brakeman, has smallpox
and is in quarantine. lHis case is not
thought to bie serious.
Lieut. Gov. Mowat Dead.
BY AaSOCIATED Pl"t.t .
Ottawa, Ont., April oau.-Sir Oliver
Mowat, lieutenant governor of Ontario,
died yesterday at government house, aged
Kills Sweetheart's Companion.
BY AS5OCIA'ITED PESa.,
Welch, W. Va., April ao.-George Lise
more was shot and killed by William
Griffiths. The former was in company with
the latter's sweetheart at the time. Grif.
Open to Any and All Kinds
of Curtain Sales ::: ::: :::
This sale offers you a new, stylish and de
sirable line of curtains at prices you will find
it impossible to meet or beat elsewhere. It
is one of those strenuous, price pruning
events that is continually pushing the pure
chasing power of the housefurnishing dollar
higher and higher at the "house of the peo
pie," where they are always doing their best
to do the best for you.
Lace Curtains Lace Curtains
()lof h,.h, br l widhh :, yaleth M.l.1,h.,, wr.'rn , ,it, -t hl., plain cenI
hlton , hb a y ot.r , '1,, hti t t l 411. 1 i , t r". with It. l l Cl, r ;atill illnw.r
"''t '" all e t 55C t'lt .t.. t ".$2 45
t rl . ... . ... .. .... l r ... . .... *
American Lace Curtains Lace Curtains
(,f full w hlth. _' t. 11,1. i ,l,,ll ,,..,,. 1., " x .1.11 ,o,',l ,d , ,,t h' falls)
11 I* .' I 1 ' ," 1dl.. 11 ,.Il"" IN1 1 r . |., hlllJ I' tll
1,1,t1," ..... .w itll . .... ' \ lol 6 5 c 1...... t i 1,'.,,y IV ' I '"'t "ut.
ashrl erd , , ... ...... ... . l i l'y , In aL h', rralhr v .tah
,.h"1,.1 I. r on I' $3.00
American Lace Curtains ,,,r ...............
,I)t1,,,. ,,,.n... ,lil,.f, Il.. . , ko.. l, Arabian Corded Curtains
full wilth, h r. ~. 1 i l t, i, $ .5ll
,, .rr iat ,r , ,,, n . 1 ,t" ; 9 I h ...... ,I and ..... t popular, .,
p 'r pair ................... ' n , h9 , . ic. 1 ' );1,, n , nvrr
hL i *', . .11. . 11. 1 and l I4. t.ih, I It .t
Scotch Net Curtains .. , . ;. $3.45
,l,.t m, .., , n... , ..1 .. r Arabian Curtains
r, ai. pedh~l, w,.l! th .-sh,, l., y 4 ,.. inuI
hrle h mldt width; prr 7 I atn l ,. , t I,,m .n iin pI;,,l .11,.I .l
palr ............ ...... ...rr 5 c n , ..i~. . n llh I, ll-, Y rnv4.,h
I.1 tIIoIt. pitta . 1 h11d 111 41 *.l 1.h' ..: I
Lehigh Valley Curlains . . .."' $4.75
,,1., .. ... ,,, , , .,,,, ....,,, Arabian Door Panels
a;I . ' I hi1 *i i .t 1 I .. tIfV
pal tltla n .............. . . * . |i nl n s , mi, :11 to" pI.Ir .
Mail Us Your Orders--We Pay the Freight.
Brownfield=Canty Carpet Co.
48 to 54 West Park, S4 to 43 West G.alona Street, Butte.
S ,;.. Reducino
The big cut in prices we ad
vertised last week will last as
long as the line holds out.
Tomorrow's specials in gran
iteware include the best grade
made, regular four coat stock,
every piece warranted the best
that money can buy.
4 qt. coffee pot, worth $1.25; for......75c
Large gran. wash dish, worth 40c; for 25c
Sauce pans, worth 50c; for............30c
Stew kettle, worth 50c; for.......... 30c
Dish pans, always worth $1.50; for.....85c
Dish pans, always worth $1.25; for.... 75c
Large gran. spoon, worth 20c; for........10c
Large gran. spoon, worth 25c;for........15c
Ladle, worth 25c; for ....................10c
Skimmer, worth 25c; for............... 10c
Dipper, worth 35c; for ........... 25c
Dipper, worth 35c; for...... ......20c
THE BEE HIVE
33 WEST PARK 33
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