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FOR YEAR'S WORK School Trustees Organize and Name Members o1 the Standing Committee. SENATO'R'S INVITATIONS TO GARDENS ACCEPTED Pupils of the Various Educational In stitutions Will Conduct Exercises on Arbor Day, When It Is Possible Gov. Toole Will Be Present and Make an Address-Will Be Delayed. The inew school hnoard orgacnizrd last night with the following standing coim niittes : lincance. Auditing and Insurance-P. J. rophy. chairman;l C. II. Lane and F. B. 'Vecrick. Iluilding and Repairs- F. It. Weirick, chairman: I'. J. Itrolphy and C. II. Lanrse, clerk ex-officic. Janitors and Supplcic.- 11. A. ;;allwey, chairman: 1. A. Ford aid It. L.. t'linton, clerk cx- otthin. I.aws., Riles and lRcgclations--R. 1.. Clinton, chairl-main; II., A. callwey and E. A. Fort. Texthouks. library and Iligh School E. A. Ford, chairman: H. I.. Clinton and 1'. J. Irophy. siuperintelndet ex-officio. 'I he chairman is ecxoxl-icioI member of all co illittCCers. Superintendent a Member. The city superintenldent is made an ex olficio memblher of the committee on teach ers and salaries and the committee on texthooks, library andl high School, and the clerk of the district is made an ex officio :neiher of the committee on build ing aln repairs and on janitors and sup plieq. I he hrard accepted Senator Clark's in. %itation to the public school children to i-hit Coluombia (;nrden.ll Arbor day, and it maly be that I;ovcerlnor l'oole will be asked to be present at the (Gardens and address the children. Nctice of a call for $5o,ooo worth of l lands as ordered pubclished. Stuperintellndent .Young's school report shci.tcdl :n enrcollment for the last month of 7.462 *cholars, of which 3,807 were girl and 1.655 awere boys. IThe teachers monthly pay pol, amount. ing to $cG,oo.6o, swas rea)d aild ordered Bills Are Discussed. Ilills for the school registration and elec tion amounting to $r,J,).75 were dis cussed, but not allowed, being referred back to the county commissioners. Superintendent of Schools Young re ported that an alleged strike among the ipublic school pupils for shorter hours in school did not amount to anything. DOGS FIGHT, OWNERS FOLLOW Battle Between Canines Results In Ar rest of Master of One. The old story about the master fightlng for hlis dog was illustrated on the east side of the city last night, when Alfred Rodg- 1 ers and Evan Hughes had a mixup because their respective canines indulged in a 4 street fight. Rodgers swore out a complaint against ifughes, cahoring himn with assault. It ap. pears their dogs were fighting on the street and Rodcers attempted to pry them apart Hit, a pick handle which he was carrying. Hughes came about this time end ac cused Rodlgers of striking his (Hughes') dogr. A fight bIetween the men resulted andl Rodgers claims Hughes seized the piik handle and struck hinl over the head with it. Rodgers hunted up the county attorney and lucledet in |having a warrant issued for lughes' arrest. MANY FRIENDS SEE WEDDING Miss. Olive Ellsworth and William Zim merman Marry in Meaderville. Rev. C. i). Crouch of the Methodist Episcopal church of W\\'lkerville last night umited in marriage William Zimmerman and .Miss (live Ellsworth at the home of the bride's parents in Meaderville. Miss Maude Turner was bridesmaid and ('lark Turner acted as best man. The bride was costumed in dove colored voile and the bridcsmaid was in white. Both carried Americant Itauty roses. The ceremonly was followed by a wed ding supper at the home of the bride. There were about so relatives and friends present it t the tying of the uthptial knot. After a short trip west Mr. and Mrs. Zinimerm:an ill make their home in this city. American Mail Too Slow. London. April ,2.--Postmastcr General Chamberlahin has written to the American lostal aulthoriti,. complaining of the delay In dispatching mail from New York to london. St. Louis ABC SBEERS The Highest Prloed but the Best Quality. B3. tile: k MEeHANIeS We carry a complete up-to-date line of IMechanics' Tools and Builders' Hardware Your Patronage Solicited. Hardware Anaconda eopper Department Mining eo. Butte, Montana KWANG HSU'S HEAD UNDER THE KNIFE Empress Dowager of China Is Ordered to Place Pu Chun on the Throne. TUNG FU HSIANG SENDS ULTIMATUM TO RULER Tang Threatens to Take Shensi and Kansu and Found a Separate King dom, With the Capital at Hsian Four Men Disguised as Pilgrims Are Arrested for Fomenting a Rebellion. AY A8.NO('IAT In PRaFSi Victoria, 1I. C., April 22.-Boxer troublehs are growing in southwest (hina. A correspondent of a North (hinn Daily News at Fancheng, on the lnang river, rLeports that a large numle'r of llun anese soldicrs are arriving, bound to Ilaian. This dispatch of IlHnan soldiers to Shensi is taken as confirmatory of the re port that Tung Fu Hlsiung has sent an ultimatum to the empress dowager to de pose Kwanrg tleu and place 'u ('hun, son of Prince Tuan. on the throne, or 'Tang'. forces would take Shensi and Kanau and found a separate kingdom, with the capi tal at hiian. Excitement has been caused in Shan Tung as the result of the arrest at 't 'ian Kuwang lsua, I.,,mperor of China. Fu of four men, disguised as pilgrims, who had firearms in wheelbarrows. They were engaged in fomenting a rebellion. As regards the Kwangsi revolt, it is said the governor-general of Lado-China was prepared to offer armed resistance if there was any tampering with the frontiers between French and Chinese territory. The other powers were said to be on the alert and ready to follow China's ex ample if French troops intervened. An other international complication was thus reported imminent. The China Times has a report from Peking to the effect that the reported crisis of the palace is without foundation. and although the legations are uneasy, the reported Boxer uprisings too miles from Pekin were not serious. Elaborate preparations are icing made at Poating Fu to receive the Chinese court and the people of that place believe the empress dowager intends to make that place the virtual capital, as the lega tion fortresses command the place. The China Times says this is hardly likely. Nevertheless great uneasiness pre vails in Japan over the situation, anl resi dents are welcoming the inteJligence that the United States has decidh. to increase its Asiatic force. SACRED HEART BRANCH LAUNCHED BY WOMEN Women of the Butte Catholic Benevo lent Association Organized-Offi cers Elected. At a meeting of the I.adies' Catholic Itenevolent association inll .rIod Te'cmplars hall last nlight Sacred Ilcart branch. No. 861, of the association was formed. (ºft- cers for the new church were elected and installed. The association is a social and hIe ficiary order andl the membership includes Catholics of every nationality. The fol lowingg officers were elected for the ensu ing year: Past president. Mrs. Margaret Greeley; nresident. Mrs. ('. Lewis; vice-president, Miss M. Shepherd; second vice-president, Mrs. Mary Jones. recording secretary, Miss Ella Rowan; iinancial secretary. Mrs. Rose 'ierie; sergeant-at-arms. Miss K. Rowan ; guard. Miss Agnes Kiley; trustees, Miss Mack, Mrs. (. Lewis. Mrs. A. I)rew. .Mrs. Mary t lceson and Miss Kate Dwyer. SHE MAKES ASSAULT CHARGE Warrant Is Issued for the Arrest of John Hurth. Acting on the complaint of Barbara Mcoutz, a warrant has been issued in justice of the Peace l.ibbey's court of Meaderville, charging John llurth with third degree assault. Tile woman alleges the defendant has threatened her life and once or twiice struck her. She claims lie was angered at her belcause she left one of his cottages at 423 Watson avenue which she had been renting. WUOMAN TO FIGHTi FOR HER RIGHTS Mrs. Eliza Wadsworth, in Fir. Away England, Resists Divorce Proceedings. ATTACKS HER HUSBAND WHO LIVES IN BUTTE Sends Across the Water an Affidavit in Which She Denies Allegations of De sertion Made by Thomas, and Makes Counter Charge of Non-Support and Neglect for a Long Term of Years. Although living many miles from Butte, Eliza Wadsworth of Lancaster county, England, does not propose to allow her huswhadl, Thomas Wadsworth, to secure a divorce from her in the district court here without resisting the proceedings. The woman has forwarded to the dis trict clerk an afllidavit in which she de nits in totu her husband's allegations of desertion. She charges him with coming to this country and leaving her behind with a large family to support and only sending her small sumsnn of money for that purpose five years ago, when he ceased to write to her at all. The last time she heard from him was in April, uit8. She declares she has al ways been ready and willing to come to this country to live, but that her husband has never sent her the meals on which to make the trip. They were married at Halifax. England, January I2. 1875 and have live children, the eldest being 27. A NEW LODGE IS ORGANIZED Rathbone Sisters Inaugurate a Branch in Centerville. 'Mayflower lodge of the Ra;thbone Sis ters was launched most auspiciously last nigl.t. A number of the women Iwlonging to the auxiliary of the Knights of I'ythias in this city went to Centerville to assist in the installation of the new lodge. Wits a charter nmemlership of molre than So the organization starts in life at St. George's hall. Mrs. Hlenry Iillitngs of Centerville. grand chief of the Kathlbne Sisters in the state, started the organization a few weeks ago. Mrs. Aglnes Y. Soule of Bill ings conducted the exercises last nigl.t. A banquet and a social session at the close when each of the temple officers were presented with a cluster of American Bleauty roses, was held after the organiza tion was completed. UNITED IN FRIENDS' PRESENCE Miss Mary Cotter and Jeremiah Mahoney Are Made One. Jeremiah Mahoney and Miss Mary Cot ter were united in marriage at the Sacred Heart church at noon yesterday. Rev. J. J. Callahan performed the ceremony in the presence of a small party of relatives and intimate friends. The bride was attended by Miss Eleanor Leonard as bridesmaid, while John Parker acted as best man. After the ceremoly the piarty retired to the home of the bride mother, where the wedding lunch. eon was served. The young couple left last night for California, where they will spend their honeymoonll. t()I their return to Butte they will be at home to their friends at No. .11I East tGranite street. 'I he bridegroom is the chief engineer at the ilutte brewery. MISSION ELECTS OFFICERS They Are Chosen for the Following Six Months. The Florence ('rittenton mission held its regular monthly meetilg at the home of Mrs. C. II. Hucher. Monday, and elected olticers for the enlsuinlg six months. The report of the work for the past lmonth showed that seven girls had been rescued and sent to the home. There had been $37.~H5 collected in Butte to help in the carrying on of the work. The newly elected officers are: l'resihdent. Mrs. C. 11. Ptucher; local superintendent of rescue mission work, Mrs. E. A. l)uthield; vice-president, Mrs. M. F. rTower; secretary. Mrs. E. Duf field Wedlake ; treasurer. Mrs. C. S. Pass more. 'lpon adjournmnent it was decided to hold the meeting for the month of May at the home of Mrs. 'assnmore. STEWART L MOORE IS DEAD II' AiO('CIATED IIIPaS. St. Paul. April '.,--Stewart L. Moore, general freight agent of tile Northern Pa citic, died suddlenly last night of pleurisy at his home in this city, aged 50o years. Mr. lMoore was at his desk Monday, and though he did not feel well he was not thiought to be seriously ill. Mr. Moore was widely known in rail road circles throughout the United States. Kelsey Family Reunited. Mrs. Annie Kelsey and her three little children were senit to lBridger last night. Through the etfforts of the police depart ment it was learned the unfortunate wo man, who wandered the streets the other night and was taken demented to the city jail in the morning, belonged at that place. Her husband had gone ahead on a freight train with somie stock. Mrs. Kelsey was entirely out of her mind at the county 'hospital. She raved and refused to taste food. Bill of Costs Filed. In accordance with a recent order of the supreme court in the Pennsylvania case that the Montana Ore Purchasing company is liable for one-half of the costs of the Hoston & Montana on the appeal the Boston & Montana company has filed a bill of costs in the district court. The costs and disbursements shown in the mlelllorandun amount to $6,5j3. Denies Charges in Suit. The Maryland Casualty company, In an antswer filed in the district court to the suit instituted by Charles S. l'assnlore, to recover $2,23.9.58 damages for alleged breach of contract in writing insurance in Butte when the plaintiff was agent for the company, makes a general denial of Passmore's allegations. Thomas Dooley Buried. Thomas Dooley died at Basin Monday from a hemorrhage of the lungs. lie was well known in Montana, being an old time resident of the state. The burial tdok place at the Catholic cemetery after the body arrived in this city at 11 o'clock th.is morning. Files Bill of Exceptions. 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The purpose of the said meeting is to submit tI the said stockholders a proposition to lease the mining properties of the said company t=wit: The Colorado Lode Mining Claim, and :an undivided one thirty-second interest in and to the Yellow Jack ILode Mining Claim, situ. ated in the city of Itutte, Silver Bow county, Montana, together with the machinery owned by the said company and heretofore used by it in its mining operations, and to give to the lissee of said property an option to purchase the same, and particularly to authorize the sale thereof pursuant to such option, upon such terms and conditions as may be agreed upon. EUGENE CARROLL, P'resident. Attest: J. S. SIIROSIIIRE, Secretary, (First Insertion April r, o1903.) NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT. Falmon River Mining Company, whose prin. cipal place of business is at No. oi West (;ranite street, Butte, Montana. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the directors held on the a8th day of March, ago3, an assess. ment of two cents per share was levied on the capital stock of the corporation, payable on or before the 4th day of May, z9o3, to E. S. Shields secretary, at No. to West Granite street, butte, Montana. Any stock upon which the assessment shall remain unpaid on the 4th lay of May. t9o3, will lie delinquent and advertised for sale at public auction, and, unless payment is made before, will be sold at z o'clock p. m. on the a3jd day of May, r9o0 at No. o West Granite street, Butte, Montana, to .ay the delinquent assessment, together with cost of advertising and expenses of sale. E. S. Shields, secretary, No. ta West Granite street, It~ute, Montana. TO THIE STOCKHOLDERS OF TIIE 80. TON & MONTANA CONSOLIDATED COPPER & SILVER MINING COMPANY-NOTICE. Notice Is hereby liven tha the annual meet. ing of the stockholders of the Boston & Mon. tana Consolidated Copper & Silver Mining Company of Montana, will be held at Butte, Montana, on Thursday April 3o, Igoj, at is o'clock noon, at th ofrice of the company. The business to be transacted at this meet. Ing will be the election of directors and such other business as may legally come before it. The transfer books of the company will be closed from April 14, ioj, to April 3o, rpoj, both days inclusive. bot s icl . P. ADDICKS, Secretary. Butte. Montana, April 4, 103. MINING APPLICATION NO. 4619. United States Land Oflee, Helena, Montana, March 6, soo3. Notice is hereby givme that Savia Lis , Marti Lisa and Elijah Beyer, wheos poet oflie address is Butte, Mones, have this day lied their application for a patent for slse linear feet, being :o feet westerly and $,39J fet estery from dlsseverp shaft of the Edna F. Lode, upon whicha notice of Intention to apply for patent was posted on the s8th day of February, Ipos, situated In Independence (une. ganised), mining district, Silver Bew county, state of Montana, designated i Survey No. 6833, in Section as, Township Snorth, Range 8 west, being more partien. Isrly described as follows: Beginning at the southwest corner a point in the eas end line of Survey No. 3467, a granits stone set in the ground, with a mound ef stone alongside, and marked 1s48j fot Corner No. 1, from which the quarter tection Corner on the south boundary of Sostion as, Township 3 north, Range a west, bears south 9 degrees II mlnutes west, s,oj.8 feet; and running thenes north a degrees o7 minutes west, st1, feet; thesnce north 78 degrees s minute east, 2,481 feet; thence south 8 degrees o nanutes east, 349 feet; thence south ye degrees west, 1,Soo feet to the place of be. ginning, containing an ares o0 14.65 acres claimed by the above named applicaut.. The location of this claim is of record in the Recorder's office of Silver Bow unty, Montana, in Book "H," of Lode Locations, at Page 9a8. The adjoining claims to these premises are Survey No. sys6, Sister Annie Lotd Lot g91, on the south; Survey No. 3647, Big Pend Lode, on the west, and the Jupi. ter Lode, unsurveyed, on the north. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register SAMUEL BARKER, JR., Attorney for Applicants. [First Publication March t, s90.3* APPLICATIONI FOR A PATENT. NO. 4653, United States Land Olffle, Helena, Montana, March 5, agog, Notice is hereby given, that Richard L De Kay, whose postoffice address is Ana. conda, Montana, has this day iled his application for a patent for 4o acres of placer ground, known as the Diamond Placer Mine, bearing lime rock, in Lost Creek (unorganized), mlning district, county of Deer Lodge and state of Mon. tanu, and designated by the field notes and official plat on file in this office as Survey Number 683o, in fractional Town. ship S north, Range is west of principal base line and meridian of Montana. said Survey No. 683o being as follows, to-wit: Beginning at Corner No. t, which is also quarter Section Corner between See tions 9 and to, Township 5 north, Range as west, a limestone 6x8xto inches above ground, marked one-quarter on its west fees for one-quarter corner, and s-6$jo for Corner No. t of this survey; running thence south no degrees so minutes west, 663 feet; thence south 89 degrees 40o mn utes east, 657 feet; thence south no degrees so minutes west, s,3s6 feet; thence north Sg degrees 40 minutes west, 057 feet; thence north no degrees so minutes east, 66S feet; thence north 89 degrees 4o minutes west, 657 feet; thence nor* no degrees no minutes east, s,3s6 feet; thence south 89 degrees 40 minutes east, 657 feet to the place of beginning, containing in all 40o.o acres, claimed by the above named appil cant. The location of said Diamond Placer claim is recorded in the Recorder's office of Deer Lodge county, Montana. in Book 3 of Placer Locations, on Page sps. There are so adjoining nor conflicting claims s far as known. Any and all persons claiming adyersely any portion of said Diamond Placer Mine are required to file their adverse claims with the Register of the United States L.ad Office, at Helena, in the state of Montana, during the sixty days' perloe of publication hereof, or they will be barred b virtue of the provisions of the statute. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. [First Publication March 6, s9o3,J NORTH COAST LIMITED Observatlom Cars Electric Lighted Steam Heated BUTTE SCHEDULE WESTBOUND. TRAINS- Arrive. Depart. No. -Nort Coast Limited........ 7:0o p.m. :1o p.m. No. -H u r I ington Expres........ :o p.m. 2:oo p.m. -o. 27-Hitter Root SLocal......... . :o p.m. No. 3j-T w i n City p.m. Express........ It:os a.m. EASTBiOUND. TRAINS- Arrive. Depart. No. a-Nort Coast .imited........ t:4o a.. 12:o50 a. m. Sleeper for this train open at g:p for re. ception of passen gers. No. 6-B u r ngton Express........ :::5 p.m. ts:3 p.m. No. 8&-tItter Root I Local.... .... :45 p.m ....... No. 14-Tw in City p Express, ......0. .. :o p.m. * Daily except Sunday. No. I -North Coast .imited, from St. Paul and Eastern points, to the Pacific coast. No, 2 -North ('oast I.imited, from the Pacific coast to St. Paul, Duluth and principal Eastern points. No, 5 -Burlington Express, from Kansas City and all B. & A. R. R. points, and all N. '. points west of Ilillings to Seattle and Tacoma Iqo 6 --Ilurllngton Express, from Tacoma and aeattle to Billings and all B. & M. R. R. points. No. 7 --Bitter Root Local starts from Butte for Missoula, Hamilton and all intermediate points. N o l -Bitter Root Local, from Hamilton and Philipaburg. No. IS--l.ocal connection from Twin City Express from St. Paul and all Eastern points. No. 14--local connection with Twin City Express for St. Paul and all points East. Passengers for Twin Bridges, Sheridan, Alder, Pony and Norris branches leave Butte on No. 4. and arrive in Ilutte from these points on No. 5. Trains on these branches do not run Sundays. W. II. MERRIMAN, General Agent, corner Main and Park streets. Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. To CHICAGO AND [AST R)UTB OP TRlB FIONEER LIMITED FAMOUS TRAIN of the WORLD All agent sell tickets via the Milwaukee For few rates to aU1 points address W. b. DIXON, N. W. A., t.L. The latest, products of the Pullman shops are now run ning every night between Chicago, St. Paul and Minne apolis on the new electric lighted "Gr.eat Westrn Limited." These cars are extra large and easy riding, the interior .furnishings are of a simple elegance which appeals to all. All berths are supplied with electric lamps for reading. The dressing rooms are large and commo dious. For further In formatlon apply to J. P. Elmer, General Passen gerA ent. Chl. The Best friend The Northwest Ever Had "The Road That Made the Northwest Pamous." LEAVES BUTTE For St. Paul and East, daily. 8 :o p.m. Great Falls local, daily.....o :oo a.m ARRIVES BUTTE. From St. Paul, daily........ : a.m. From Great Falls and Helena, daily................. .. 9:rlp.m. FULL INFORMATION FROM City Ticket Office, No. 4s North Mala street, Butte. W. R. Meech, C. P. &T. A. Pullman, Dining and P Library Car Route to SALT LAKE DENVER KANSAS CITY OMAHA CHICAGO ST. LOUIS And All Bastera Polnts Short Line To Colorado, Arizona and Mexico Sa rFraclisco, Los Angeles (Ocean or Rail.) PORTLAND And All Pacific Seoast Posts ARRIV.. DIPART. No. .....6:4sp.m. Na 8...4:41p. No. I.....91:45. m. No.a so...asol ao Ticket Oftice 105 N. Main Street Butte, Montana. H. 0. WILSON, GENERAL AOT. Denver & Rio Grande and the Rio Girande Western Travel During Pall and Winter Seasons The Journey to the East via Salt ,Lake City and along the shores of the Great SaltSI Lake through beau. tiful Glenwood, Colorado Springs and Denver is one of uninter. rupted delight in winter as well as in summer. In fact, the fall and winter seasons adds but a new grandeur and charm to tle travel scenes and Infuses an element of variety and beauty to the unsur. passable wonders along the Rio Grande Western and Denver a RIo Grande lines. Through sleep. ing and dining car service. Per. sonally conducted weekly excur. dlona. For rates or informnatlo apply to, G. W. FITZGERALD, Gen. Agent, - Ticket 0 - y, 47 . Broadway, Butte.