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27 HOLBROOK I
, Infants' Shoes N. MLRtn ON. Main Boys' Shoes
Infants' fine kid shoes, sizes 2 to 5, 50e Qv' Ir N G IS IN E S S Bopys' oil grain riveted seam, lace shoes; uI
worth 71c. Quitting bosineos Uprico any size p 5 1-2, Special .49
Children's Shoes Leading in price cutting so much below any and all others that .
('hildrcns' wedge heel Sl"cu, sizesu,to n, ,,- there can be no question about finding the greatest bargains here. Men's Shoes
ale price ......,,..,,t ,. 54c Matchless price pruning in ladies', misses', children's and men's Men's Box Calf Shoos, new spring styles-
Childns ity ee, i kd S. It should be taken into consideration th ththe stocks are ' torday 2.45
Childreon's hot quality Spring heel, vici kid $3.50. Value or sale for. 2.
hoes, sizes 5 to , $1............., 5C choice, all this spring's latest styles. Men's high-grade lace working shoe,
for, per pair. etrm e beauty and the low prices makes them very tempt o.extra heavy tap sole, easily worth 1.95
Miss ing and we offer them to you as fresh as they were on the day they ..Sale pric per pair... ..
Misses' hoes arrived and at prices less than the cost at the factory. It may be ap. L dies' Ja les
d tyles, to r to and propriate to suggest that trons compare not alone the competitive e' Juiets, elasticides. The comfrt
wort . an .. statements, but actual oerings, for our descriptions are written and prince shoe for wear, regularly 4
so P,.. ice..................... the values stated without one word of exaggeration and the prices being .old at $2.00. Sale ...re...
very small and values great, makes early attendance wise and profitable.
Ladies' Shoes Ladies' Shoes
Idilis' lImpress Kid Shoes, light or heavy LADES' SLIPPERS .LADIES' Ladies' hand eed eble sole shoes, nw
yadies' hand sewed flexible sole shoes, now
lls: alcl sie ai' ids 90, 2 1.ies' Strap Slippers---new spring shapes-that Bl ,ion` Southern Button Oxfords, evpry pair 1903 spring lasts; fine stitched 2.59
alue. e price is. .......... .45 ou'll pay $3.00) to $3.50 for elsewhere .55 worth $5; in sizes 3, 3f andl 4 during . 95 edges; $3.50 value for........ . 25
_t_ During this Quitting Business Sale.... 1 this Quitting Business Sale, special.... 1
HENDERSON DECLARES
IT IS PRES. ROOSEVELT
Former Speaker of the House Says the President Will
Be Nominated Without Opposition.
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MORTON CIRCLE FORMED
BY THE NEBRASKANS
Arbor Day Chosen as the Tne When
Memory of Late Secretary of Ag
riculture Is to Be Honored.
J IaRY %S... IAI eIP PRI SA.
(i naha, Neh. April 22.-Arbor day was
l .,'recd throughout Nebraska.
At I.incol (;vecrnor Mickey anl the
state olikcials planted trees from Arbor
..o(t4e, tlhe hoe ofi he late J. Stcrling
lrton, on the statehthouse grounds, and set
p;art an enclosure to be kno. ;as "sMor
toen ircle."
i, perlpetuate the inlnolry of the "'sage
of Ator L.odge" and founder of Arbor
day, the Morton Mlemorial association,
fori.ul a year ago, has undertaken the
ereclion o a n ttnttuiment, for which the
children of the state have contributed
I4 le nionullCnt is now hiing lnilt anid
thli a-sociation expects to dedicate it swithin
a year.
MAN ARRESTED AS BEING
MURDERER DISCHARGED
Police Fail to Make a Case Against the
Man Suspected In New York Bar
rel Mystery.
I I. ASOCIATr. PI SS..
Ne,'i York, April a9:..-tuieppe Morello. who
ai j plllol"lrI io lia'e bellen lne of the mni.t
In t ,lfri;lnt el tile prilsonners held ill conntetionl
withll e mtr urder of Vidctt Madonia, victinm of
he barre lilurder, was lischarged today.
Motllion for hi discharge wal made by the
*isi.tl nt district attorney.
Sllt tile unlpelet were arraigned today
ealvotlrra Saglinlenei, a steprson of the iter.
derud nlnl, brouglht fron Buffalo to identify
the remnains of the vietil, ascrutinlzed thle faces
Of the Ilprisoners to see if hle could recognize
-ny of them as callers at his home, but failed
Lo do so.
Billiard Table Maker Diesl.
1 S1 A8tOC'IATry Pn 5.,
trirt. Irlith., MhApril za.-Karl Sichulenberg,
* welilnown nianumacturer of billiard tables,
tiedl re today of congeastiot of tile lungs,
Killls Woman and Wounds Himself.
New York. April 13.--rl. Frieda Raker,
wife of a comnlision merchant, was killed
esaierdlay by Mike Nilaell, a barkeeper, in a fit
of jalt.t.y. Nihall then turned the weapon on
imserlf, inflicting a slight wound.
TBMPTATIeN UNION MADE TEMPTaTION
TEMPTATION TEMPTATIAN
TEMPTATION CIGARS o T
MONTANA DRUG CO.. DISTRIBUTORS TEMPTATIO
.m 'l~ml a
LUMBERMEN TAKE ACTION
POR FOREST PROTECTION
National Body in Session in Washington
Pledges Support in Matter of
Saving the Trees.
aI1' .5t ,1f) A1 I i ll PNI S ,.
\\ashiingtoni, April 2.,.- ""4he National
I.umblermeist association . onpleted its
biusiness today.
The associiatin triurged all luilerinel
to take car.ful considerationl of the' Iove
enllt, now making toi re.crve the future
timber suplply aid pledgeild co-operationi in
every piracticial plait for the better hand
liin o( forest tproperty.
'resi lent (osevelt w i commelniilldel for
the inlterest ishown by hihl ihi ill ilute~stiuins
relating to the luilmber inulutry.
BIG BADGER STORE IS
DESTROYED BY FIRE
Loss of More Than Half a Million Dol
lars Is Caused in City of La
Crosse, Wis.
1.a ('ro.e, \ is., April Jaa.-Fire last
nighllt dtetrotcydl the lark Street store, the
largest in \\'stern \\isconsin, anld did
miiuchli dI.utage to utrroutnding buildings,
causing a lii.i of approxilllately $50o,ouo.
PALMA SPEECH INTERRUPTED
Fire in Havana Causes Excitement at
Department Banquet.
BY AR. I:4iCli': ; : .sý.
l avyana. April T.-Three tiremncl were
injured at a fire last night at the cement
works and four policemen were lhurt by
-beitll thrown front a patrol wagon while
hurrying to the scene. The alarm inter
nrptecd the fire department's first annual
Itanltuet, at which President Patina was
the guest of honor, and caused the hasty
exit of tile members of the department.
Will Work Saturday,
BY ASSOCIATEI) PREISS
A.hl:and, iia., April :.- he-\\ne mine workers
rel-orted at thle cllieijesa today, in crinpliance
witlh in..irtnctiinl issued by the leadere yester.
d.y, they were itlt there would he no work
for tlhn until Saturday, when operations wilt
comln eencc it the enlu are satisfied to work
niine Ilhours i il'uiretd by tilhe company.
BDOOLER OH IRIAL
FORMER STATESMAN OF MISSOURI
APPEARS IN COURT AT
ST. LOUIS.
Yv ASSOC IAI i.D PIIf:S*.
St. l.tui,. April _ .---Invevtigation by
the kr.arld jury of the legislative bomlle
-,'l.h hica beent adjournedi for a tune
Io cr,:a,le ( ircuit Alttorney Folk to ta;ke up
t. U i.al of alleged local hbudlerr.
In Ih. criminal t: liv.iuno of the circuit
b oilt. 0 lrtu Iu"Ige Rl lll, lthe cal of
I oui I)D cker. fi, niter nctieil r of lie I. .e
,t , le.'.tc,, 1'-,. n l.r indi, tmve t.,t charged
wlth perjury its comtnll lion %ith the testi
Siny ie gaive 'Iwtirc the gr:ra.I jury in re
,. . I" Ithe l m loney ut+c'l to pa., the u
ibttshl, sh e.t railway franchl,c I.bll. c:aue
i 1 i.11 I l.a:oy.
A large crowdl is prelent.
B!G UNION OF CHURCHES
PLANNED FOR THE WORLD
Delegates Represanting Congregational
ists, Mlethodsts and United
Brethren Meet.
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, I l h . . I , ': I r , . , n t m ai ; t( , ' I , , l ; t r c g a t i o n a l ,
\h IIthI . ,t i t UI stel lrctl.rcn churches
ICI a iI.i'tiini here tlday to discus, the
talllin ,1 thl -"e .enlionli inatiolls.
It is ,ls .b* Ia lan e iicililiig all the
h ,liiealiti u,l involved will he chosen,
Irnlhd a satifactory conclusion is
r b ,id in rleren.ce to the piroposed
The three denuti, ciations have a com
hined iemilbershtip of over one million per
i uii.
If a Iula, of union is ldecided on it will
remain for the various denominations in
vlvcl to ratify the action of tLe conven
tiull.
SEEK INTERNATIONAL UNION
Stonemasons of the Country Apply to
Federation of Labor.
ItY A.SSOCIATrD PkESS.
T'oronto, April az.-A request has been
received iby the executive committee of
tWe American Federation of alabor from
the Stonelllasoll' International union for
a charter. It has been held under advise
illent.
I)!,legates from the United Brotherhood
of Carpenters and Joiners and from the
Aiiilgamiated Society of Carpenters and
Joiners, appeared relative to the amalga
iation of both organizations, as directed
by the New Orleans convention. This
\;oas taken under advisement.
'lhe delegation from the Denver Trades
and I.abor assembly protested against the
inotiio of sonie of the Denver newspaper
pullishers in discriminating against non
tlntolin iade paper.
I he executive committee, by wire,
stronlgly urged them to resume the use or
tilliull tIlade paper.
MINE LEADERS ARE MEETING
Arrangements Beinp Made for Workers
to Present Grievances.
RY ASSO(IATED RIIrS.,
W\ilkes.sarre, Pa.. April 1a.-President
Mitchell. the district presidents and board
memlhers of the Unitedu Mine Workers met
in executive scssion today to complete the
arrangements for the adjustment of the
mine workers' grievances.
They expect to complete their work to*
day. and President Mitchell will return
west tonight, unless he decides to go to
Toronto.
Fle sent notices to the presilents of tl.e
coal roads today that District Presidents
Nithols, Fahey and Dettey had been ap
pointed as the miners' representatives on
the board of conciliation, and asked that
they make their appointments as soon as
possible so that a meeting can be held.
Convention in Columbus.
RY ASsorIA'It D PseRss
iilumbs Ohio, April s.-The republicras
stale central committee todiay selected Column.
u,1., as the place of hohling the state convent
thn., and 'un. 3 and S as the time. Senator
lanna will he temporary chairman, and it is
utnderstood Senator Foraker will be permanenlt
cliairnlan.
DEMANDS THE LAND
HATTIE STELLAR BEGINS A SUIT
AGAINST FELIX O'NEILL TO
SECURE REALTY.
Ilittie Stellar today commenced a suit
in the district court against Felix O'Neill
to recover $4oo for the rental of a piece of
land claimed by the plaintiff, yet occupied
by the defendant, and to recover posses
ason of the property.
'I he plaintiff sets up in her complaint
that lle purchased from August A. Lisket
his contract front the Northern Pacifie
railaly for the southwest quarter of Sec
tion I, Townsh.ip a north, of Range p
we-t. farch is, t899, and that soon after
the defentdant moved on the land and hsa
since occupied it.
The annual rental of the property is
$i.,,. The plaintiff accordingly uaks for
four years' rental or $4oo and for the re
co. lry of the property.
SHERIFF MAKES HIS RETURN
Paper Directed Against Administrator
Leyson Turned Into Court.
It UJuinn filed in the district court
ti. returrj oni the order to show
eitued by Judge i. W. Harney yes
directctl to Administrator J. H.
..,n of the A. J. Davis estate, calling
Mr. Leyson to show cause, May a, why he
.sh,'tI not be relquired to pay interest on
the Imoney recently distributed under order
of ,h ( court from the time the decree of
parti;al dli.trilution was made, December
.t, o,. utip to April 9, tgo,t. The persons
wh , participated in the distribution want
inter.st at the rate of 8 per cent per
a1nni:nt
POLICE CALL A SPEEDY HALT
Seattle Get-Rich-Quick Concern is Put
Out of Business.
BY ASSOCIATED PARRI.
Seattle, April aa.-The police depart
ment has put out of business the Indus
trial Securities company, a "get-rich-quick"
concern that had just opened offices here
no stuck having been sold as yet. Capital
stock of $s,ooo,ooo was advertised.
The concern was designed to be operated
somewhat on the same system as the late
lamented Tontine association.
Inducements whereby a stockholder
aight gct a return of $zoo on an invest.
nient of $z were held out.
SUES ON A NOTE FOR $650
Administrator of the Estate of Anna
Hungerford Made .Defendant.
IT recover the face value of a note for
$65-,. given five years ago, J. P. Collins,
admninistrator of the estate of Anna Hun
gerifrd, today began a suit against W. E.
Tra:cy and his wife, who signed the note.
The note was given January 28, 1898.
She liedl December at, I899, and when the
,plaintiff became administrator of her es
tate the note was among the assets.,
,.ir. Collins seeks not ondy to recover the
face value of the note, but interest to
date, at ttle rate of I per cent per month.
Train Claims Two Victims.
BY ASOC(IATED PRESS.
Inlianapolis. Ind., April a2.-Two men,
one of them dead and the other uncon
.cio.,l from serious injuries, have been
fouiml between the Big Four tracks south
of Moutnt Jackson. On the handle of a
razor ini the dead man's pockets was
scratched the name of G. E. Stevey.
In Water Right Case.
PI'Fi'IAI. TO THE INTER MO'NTAIN.
'Ilclena, April aa.-The motion of the
deft ndant for a new trial in the water
tfight case of W. A. Chessman vs. R. S.
Hale has been denied by Judge Smith.
Milton M. Fisher Dead.
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Medway. Miss., April aa.-Milton M.
FIsher, well known in anti-slavery days
Mad prominent in the free soil party, Is
deal at his home, aged oa years.
Takes Mowat'a Place.
ttaw Ont., April 3.--William Mortimer
dtrk, (. C,, of Toronto, has been appointed
Neut.'nant governor of the province of Ontariro
to succeed Sir Oliver Muowt, decessed.
BILLINGS CITY HALL
IS OPENED TO PUBLIC
SPECIAL TO THU INTIE MOUNTAIN.
Billings, April &a.-Dedicatory services
of the new Billings city hall are to be Ild
this evening Late thiis aternoo the aLI
department qumetu w&hlch occupies the
great peat of the bi leor of she build
W. R. Gog , Mayor o Billin.s.
WEE TOTS TALK
OF UGLY STRIKE
School Children of the Hobart
Building Demand a
Shorter Day.
TEACHERS AND PARENTS
ARE IN A QUANDRY
Infants Think They Have the Same
Chance to Win as Have Trades Union
ists and May Decide to Present Their
Cause to the Leaders of the Various
Labor Bodies in the City.
There will be big doings at the Hobart
school Monday in case the demands of the
pupils for shorter hours are not granted.
Several young agitators have conceived
the idea it would be great fun to have the
working hours shortened and have circu
lated*'a petition among the school chil
dren requesting the authorities to cut oft
an hour of the da.'s work, so the children
will have more tame for amusement.
The teachers were inclined to laugh at
the propositi, but the students are
greatly in earnest and insist that unless
their demands are granted by Monday
morning there will not be one bright and
smiling face on the benches of the institu
tion of learning.
Want Shorter Hours.
"We are striking for shorter hours."
said one wee tot to his father last night,
"and if we do not get them there is going
to be a strike.
"None of us is going to school at all it
we have to remain until 4 o'clock. If I
don't strike, too, I am a non-unionist, and
I don't want to be a non-unionist."
A great many df the youngsters do not
exactly understand the proposition, but
they Iave been nimpressed with the fact
that it means less work, and they are
for it.
The teachers are not entirely recovered
from the shock and have not yet adopted
any definite slan of action, but it is
tiought an appeal will be made to the
Formal Exercises in the
New Structure Will Be
Held This Evening.
iag, will be thrown open to the public and
a reception to the citizens, including wo
men, wil be given, at which refreshments
are to be served.
The dedicatory exercises are to he held
at te opera house. Besides a long list
of speakers there will be a mutcial pro
g-am, including numbers by Mrs. Mc
Gregor of Billings and George M. Hays.
The exercises are to be followed by a
£The local speakers will be Mayor W.
B. Georpe, P. B. Moss, Fred H. Foster,
William Johnston. Henry White. Major
S. G. Reynolds, Paul McCormick and C.
S. Brother.
Gerare M. flays. Walter Matheson and
Judge Milburn of Hlelena are expected to
contribute to the program.
The LaN. which has been erected during
the adnuistration of Mayor George. is of
atone, and was put up at an estimated co't
of $ 5,ooo. It embraces, beshles quarters
for the fire apparatus, a social hall for thel
fire department, the city council chamlber,
the mayor's office and several smaller
apartments.
Plans were drawn by Architect I.incoln
Carter, formerly of Butte, in 9oar. S. It.
Sanger of Billings was the contractor. The
building was completed two months ago.
school trustees to maintain the dignity of
the public schools and enforce discipline
among the pupils.
The little ones seem determined to have
their way about things, as they do not
see why they cannot get what they want
if the other children engaged in trade
can do so.
Parents in a Quandry.
The parents of the inciters of strikes
do not know just what to do about it.
They are, of course, amused at the ab
surdity of the proposition, but they do
not like the idea of having a lot of idle
youngsters on their hands for a week or
more.
As one fond parent remarked this morn
"I shall keep my boy at home Monday,
for if I insist on his going to school when
the other children were on a 'strike' he
might receive bodily harm."
The general public is awaiting develop
ments, too dazed to even attempt the ex
pression of an opinion. If the minds of
the parents were open to insnection, the
prevailing thought would doubtless appear
to be:
"Well, this certainly is about a mile
and a half beyond the limit."
ITS AlT EMPEROR
DREYFUS DEMANDS INQUIRY ON
CHARGES MADE BY WILLIAM
OF GERMANY.
BY ASSOCIATED PRESL.
Paris, April as.-Dreyfus has sent a
letter to War Minister Andre demanding
an inquiry in regard to the document in
which it is alleged Emperor William, in
a marginal note, declared Dreyfus had
supplied documents to Germany.
--
Newspaper in Trouble.
BY ASSOCIATED PRES,.
New York, April aa.-.The Daily Americasn
Publishing company has applied to the sM
preme court for voluntary dissolution. Capital
ctock is too,ooo; liabi ities, Ij5,86j; assets,
x4.,40".
Another International Engagement.
JIY ASSOCIATED PRESB.
London, April sa.-The engagement is an
nounced of Frances eldest daughter of Fitz.
hugh Whkitehouse, formerly of (hicago, and
Baron Constantin Ramsey, a gentleman in
waiting to the czar.

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