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Messrs. Walthour and Bill, World's Champion Roller Cyclists, Credit Their Power of Endur ance and Nerve to DUFPY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY. They Say It is Their Only Stimu lant and Tonic. Messrs. Walthour and Bill. While in Boston on Sepetember 17. 19oa, these gentlemen were interviewed by a newspaper correspondent as to what they used to give them power of endurance and keep up their nerve. Both replied, "We use Dufry's Pure Malt Whiskey and noth ing else. It is a great stimulant and tonic, it gives us more endurance than any food we ever tried; we do not know wl.at we would do without Duffy's Pure Malt Whis key, it keeps us from contracting colds and coughs when we are overheated. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is sn absolutely pure, gentle and invigorating stimulant and tonic, builds up the nerve tissues, tones up the heart, gives power to the brain, strength and elasticity to the muscles and richness to the blood. It brings into action all the vital forces. it makes digestion perfect, and enables you to get from the food you eat the nourish ment it contains. It is invaluable for overworked men, delicate women and sickly children. It strengthens sad sustains the system, is a promoter of good health and longevity, makes the old young and keeps the young strong. 7,ooo doctors prescribe, and 2,ooo hospitals use Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey ex clusively. CAUTION-When you ask for Duffy's Pure MaLt Wl.iskey be sure you get the genuine. Unscrupulous dealers, mindful of the excellence of this preparation, will try to sell you cheap imitations and so-called Malt Whiskey substitutes which are put on the market for profit only, and which, far from relievrmg the sick, are positively harmful. Demand "Duffy's, and be sure you get it. It is the only absolutely pure manlt whiskey which contain medicinal, .ealth-giving qualities. Look for the trade mark, "The Old Chemist," on the label. The genuine Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is sold by all druggist and grocers, or direct. Write for free medical booklet containing symptoms and treatment of each disease and convincing testimonials to the Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester, N. Y. Montana Liquor Co. Distributing Agents, Butte, Montana BEAUITY SWALLOWS BURNING ACID Handsome Girl Tries Hard to Die When Married Sweet heart Says Farewell. USES CARBOLIC ACID I'N EN.DEAV1OR TO END LIFE lan in the Case, Who Has Become, -Reconciled to His Home Life, Calls a Physioian and by Prompt Work the Life of the Young Woman Is Saved-tomach Pump Is Used. VY ASSOCIATED PRESS. New York, April a.--When ,Miss Ida Morrison, a beautiful woman of a3, named as co-respondent in the divorce suit of Mdrs. Rebecca Blackmur against Horace 4Backmur, learned from his lips that he end his wife had become reconciled, she swellowed the contents of a two-ounce vial of carbolic acid and is dying in a Brooklyn hospital. 'Blackmur called on Miss Morrison last nliglt, and half an hour later sent a mes senger for a physician, who, on his arrival, found that Blackmur had been trying to save Miss Morrison's life. The doctor used a stomach pump and J. W. TURNER & CO.'S Fairbanks' Santa Claus and Plymouth Rock Soap; 25C special, 7 bars............... Fairbanks Fairy Soap; . 0 6 bars ...................... Agate Castllc; 25 6 bars ........... ... ......... All kinds Washing Powder; regular s2%c. Per pkg........ lO Largest size bottle Yacht Club Salad Dressing; 35 special ......... .........3.... Heinz Salad Dressing Special. Per bottle........... 25C J. W. TURNER & CO. CASH GROCERY 101 South Main Street. 'PRONIB 8018B sent for an ambulance and the young wo man was taken to the hospital. Mr. Blackmtr told the police he talked with Miss Morrison for half an hour; tLen she went to a medicine chest and secured the acid. GETS LONG DELAYED PENSION Money Applied for Thirty-five Years Ago Comes to New York Widow. BV ASSOCIATED PRESS. New York, April a2.-Mrs. Montgomery of Nyack has just received pension money for which her husband applied 35 years ago. Edward Montgomery, the husband, served in the Second New York cavalry "in the civil war. lHe applied for a pen sion, but the matter was apparently pigeonholed, and when to years later he died, nothing had been heard from it. Recently government officials, in over hauling old documents, came across the .papers. Mrs. Montgomery has received a check for the amount due up to the time of her husband's death. GO TO REVILLAGIGEDO ISLES California Scientist Will Visit Them for Purpose of Investigation. BY ASSOCIATP.D PREaS. San Francisco, April 2a.-The schooner Maria Sachs will sail in a few days with a party of scientists for the Revillagigedo islands, off the coast of Mexico. The expedition has been ordered by the Academy of Science, and members of the party will inllude scientists of this city and students from the University of Ceai fornia. The expedition has as its principal pur pose the construction of natural history specimens. The Revillagigedo islands are four in number and lie so miles west of San Lucas. The islands have been rarely visited by scientists. HONOR FOR JUDGE EMMONS Boston Jurist Will Become Member of Police Commission. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Boston, Mass., April aa.--Governor Bates will present to the executive coun cil the nominetion of William Henry Em mons, judge of the East Boston police court, as a member of the Boston police commission, to succeed R. E. Clark, whose term will expire May I. Judge Emmons was born in Cleveland, but at the age of Io moved to Lockport, N. Y. At the outbreak of the civil war, in which he served, he entered the Har vard Law school. He was admitted to the bar in i88o. Promotion for George Slade. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. St. Paul, April aa.-A circular has been issued from the general offices of the Great Northern railroad announcing that on April as George Slade is appointed general superintendent of the road, with headquarters at St. Paul. California Excurslor, via the Oregon Short Line Railroad. San Francisco and return .............. .o0 Los Angeles and return. ... ..... .. . .oo Goiln and return via Ogden, Utah, or ortland, Ore. Tickets will h+ on sale May s3 t so Inclusive, good re turning ultrl. July :t!, 1903n topover privileges In both directions. For fur. ther .particulars call on or address sog North Mli stnreet, Butte. io. . WILSON, General Agent. EXCURSION RATES TO HELENA. On scocant of the LIvestock meeting at Hel ena the Northern Pseinc rilway will sell round-trip tickets from all points In Montana to Helens on April sad spad 3d at one and one-fith fare for the round trip. Tickets good returning on or before April i th. HANNA STANDS UP FOR LABOR'S CAUSE Ohio Senator Declares the Union Men Are Making Great Strides Ahead. PARRY'S RECENT ADDRESS 'IS TORN TO TATTERS President of the National Manufacturers' Association Is Referred to as a Man Who Fails to Grasp His Subject and Who Deludes and Misleads the Publio by Making Erroneous Statements. Columbus, Ohio, April aa.-Senator Henna was lost night the guest of honor at a banquet tendered the delegates to the convention of Amalgamated Association of Iron, Steel & Tin Workers now hold ing its twenty-eighth annual session. lie was invited, as chairman of the Civic Federation. to speak about the Na tional Civic Federation and its work, but he took occasion also to reply to the an nual address at the New Orleans conven tion of President Parry of the American Association of Manufacturers on the rela tions between organizcd employers and organized employes. Beginning of the End. Senator Hianna said: "I always have felt that when the time came when men in the strife and contest of life could he made to see there is no difference in the brotherhood of men the begininni of the end would be in sight." The senator told how he Ibecame inter ested in the work of the Civic Federa tion and continued: "irom the outside I found those who are engaged in this work to be earnest, honest and faithful men. To you, my friends, is due the practical workings of an organization starting on the principle of mutual interest and inviting your em ployers to join with you in the settleme.n of a scale, which means an annual agreE ment. That is an underlying principle which is the most important factor in this great problem. "I want to allude to the recent utter ances of the president of an organization known as the Manufacturers' association. "I have nothing personal against Mr. Parry. I have the highest respect for that organization, for I know a great deal of its personnel, and I know it is composed of liberal-minded men. Does Not Understand. "I say it is unfortunate that that ques tion should be considered in so public a way, in so drastic a way, by one who, from his own statements, does not under stand the question. It is stated thus: "'Organized labor knows but one law, and that is the law of physical force, the law of the Huns and vandals, the laws of the savage. All of its purpoes are accom plished either by actual force or by threats of force. "That is not true, it is not right to con demn a principle, to condemn a policy because mistakes are made. Therefore, I say shame to a man who would delude the public and misrepresent the facts." BRAZIL NOW LAYS CLAIM TO THE ACRE COUNTRY 8outh American Country Grows Weary of Making Protests and Has De cided to Take Stand. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Washington, April a.--Significant in formation has reached the state depart ment from official sources to the effect that Brazil is no longer contenting herself with a protest against the establishment of a foreign syndicate of great power on the headwaters of the Amazon, but has now come forward with a vigorous claim, backed by possession, that the Acre terri tory is her own. Of considerable assist, ance to Brazil in the assumption of t.lik advanced position with respect to the Acre question has been the fact that the territory in dispute is inhabited solely by Brazilians. ABOUT THE TREASURE STATE Barrets Are Better. SPECIAL TO THE INTER MOUNTAIN. Helena, April aa.-State Treasurer A. H. Barret is better after his recent illness and is able to take up his duties. Mrs. Barret, who has also been ill, has left the hospital and returned home. W. B. Jackson a Benedict. SPECIAL TO TIES INTER MOUNTAIN. I Garnet, April aa.-Miss Sadie Jean Me. Kay has become the wife of William B. Jackson, formerly of Butte. They were married at the home of the bride's mother by Judge Childs, a few friends being present. Shackleford Goes Up. SPECIAL TO THL INTER MOUNTAIN, Missoula, April 2a.--C. E. Shackleford yesterday received a sentence of 60o days in jail from Judge Hayes for an assault cogmmitted upon Irene Jackson. Both are colored. Closed to Qity Pupils. SPECIAL TO TIlE INTER MOUNTAIN. Missoula, April ia.-The Academy of Sacred Heart has been ordered closed to city pupils during the measles epidemic. There are eight cases at the school, The Best Time to Paint Is during the warm months, when the woodwork is thoroughly dry. Use our ready to use paints and you will be sure prised bow easy it is to do, and more su. prised to find how much you will save by doing it yourself. Our made, mixed palnte are the best made, CARDER WALL PAPER CO. C. V. FRANZMAN, Prop, ass W. Park St., King Blk. 'Phone tol. NOTE LEFT IN A BOX OF FRUIT But for Supposed Kindness of a Friend Fauoett Might Yet Be a Free Man. WANTED IN RAVALLI ON CHARGE OF ASSAULT Woman Working With Him on a Farm in Washington Puts Letter in Box of Goods Addressed to Montana to In form His Old Friends, Who Are Glad to Hear of Him, Where He Is. SPF(CIAL TO TIIE INTER itot'NrAIN. lMissoula. April as.--lad not a woman, who thought 'she was doing him a kind ness, written to his old home to let his friends know where he was, Egbert Fau cett might today be a free man instead of being on trial for assault, with a pus sible term in the penitentiary staring him sIn the face. Faucctt has been wanted at Ilamilton for more than a year for assault, alleged to have been committed on a daughter of S. J. Ililhi an. The accused had fled and, nmaking hi.s way to Washington secured a place on a fruit farm in the akima valley. lie told something of his past to the people there, and one day, when a woman tin the place was packiing a basket of fruit to be sent to Stevenlsville, Mont., she put in a little note, telling where Faucctt was, saying he was doing well and wished to extend greetinys to his friends, etc. The lbox of fruit came into the posses %in0 of J. 1) Miser, a Stcvensville imer chant. Knowing that there was a reward for Faucett, he made knllown the where albouts of the latter to the authorities and in duite course of time Faucett was extra dited and landed in jail. JUDGE KNOWLES' CALENDAR IN UNIITED STATES COURT N~umber of Criminal Cases But Few of Interest-Cattle Stealing Charge Is Important. SPECIAL TO' T11H INTER MOIUNTAIN. Helena, April j.t.-'lThe ealendar in the United States court for the comling term has been called by Judge Knowles. While there are a numlber of crimninal cases on the docket, few are of great im portance. The date for the calling of the grand jury has not been set. The case of the United Staites vs. W. M. Benson and Osa Force, charged with cattle stealing in Eastern Montana, will attract attention. The case of the United States against the Mullnc Fuel company was continued for the term, as well as the cases against A. Sawyer, iEdward IHoward, IH. W. luckland and W. J. Brown, charged with unlawfully cutting tilmber on public lands. Following is the list of cases set for trial: United States against C. t. l.elsher, charged with selling whisky to Indians, May .o. United States against M. S. BIridge man, charged with making false claims against the government, on testimlony taken in pleas in abatemenlt. May rt. United States against iR. J. Ilailton, charged with larceny, May 2;. United States against S. P. I.ooney, charged with cutting tindlcr on govern ment lands, May -'.. United States against (;eorge I",. Kellogg, charged with cutting timber iin govern ment lands, May aq. United States against Jacob I.ynch, charged with cutting tiniber on govern tment lands, May 27. United States against Williani Hltenson and Osa Force, charged with larceny, June I. United States against J. II. Houcher, June 2. United States against .I. W. McKilight, uine 3. United States against Ash. June 4. Sitting as judge of the United States circuit court, Judge Knowles set the fol lowing cases: United States against Ilauser and otlhers as sureties on bond of Ambrose W. l.y iman, May 4. Mary Fiedler against the Northern Pa cific Railroad conmpany. April on. Lynch against Chadwick, April 28. BRAINS AND BRAWN There Was Not Enough of the First to Go Round. [Indianapolis News.] "Gimmle brains I" "(Gimme brains I" 'They stood at a night lunch wa"on, at the corner of Ohio strei t :;and Indiana ave nue. ()ne was white,. I' other colored, alnd both were overll. •; i itll all over load of Kentucky joy. "Ah want a brain aaul'wicli, an' Ah or dered minle first," declared the dusky diner. "No, you didn't order first," retorted the white man. "Well, I don't know how to settle it; but I've only got brains enough for one sandwich left., said the luinch nlan. Things looked ominous. There were two men-b-oth wanted brains. Anid there were brains enough for only one. The lunch man decided to settle it by preparing the sandwich and placing it on the counter. 'The one that got it was to have it. When he laid it down both men grabbed and both got a piece of it. Then something happened. Well, Indiana avenue hasn't seen suich a scrap in many a night. They made life one merry dreanm for about Io minutes, and when fboth were exhausted they foudll each kneeling. They were too tired to glt oin their feet. "Waal, yo' didn't git it I" triumphantly declared the colored mant, "Well, you didn't get the liest of lnle. You didn t get it, either I" retorted the white man. And they called it square. ]Both walk-ed away without payiiig for the sandlwich, too. An Unlucky Year. Is this to be a gen-rally unlucky year? asks the London 'Tattler. Superstitlious people say it cannot be otherwise, a, theci are r' t no ewer than three Fridays which fall 'in the Isjl1 tl the month, One of these ill- mtuined comntila th.nsl happencdl last month and another a :raiI .s Ilext week, the third tfllowiny later oin II the year in November. L.ast i atr oly itoe did Friday fall on a i3th, an that was it, June, a month whose "pllieing haw tile ,otncli sion of the war alit whose rclhe brought the stunning blow of the king's jilnes and the postponement of the crn,latioln. What are the odds, therefore, on the influence that the combination of Fridays and i3 may have ont the year of grace 1i.o37 The Puzztled Age. [New York Evening Sun.] "I have arrived at the age," said a woman, as she gazed with a puzzled air down the length of a cafe, "when I can not tell whether that womtan over there is my old schoolmate or the daughter of may old schoolmate." Challenge Sale or Lace Curtains 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 Of gRod Iedroom width, a'~ yards Mtndras weave, nine styles, plain cen long. he..vy net, crochet edge and tern. with fancy borders and inner tern .............. 55....... per pair ............. ...$2 45 American Lace Curtains Lace Curtains Of full widthI. J' vard long, ansnorted rin na we vt., n nil ne Stye , fall y a ll widthih I'11tva fil-ro ol d , 'llnc 'llers, fldl ge't' pnlterns, witth i'lty ei 6 65c i ; heavy trict g. ; ihd dg ................ dainty and difiable greateir vhalues we h.ave ever shwnI; $3.0 American Lace Curtains per pair ................ i)ollle thread, imitation of hand knit. Arabian Corded Curtains full width, three yards long, in all over patterns, rich erlects; 95 The newet and mosnt popular: so per pair ...................95 rhnes wider, j yark Iini. over lock edges, plain andl detacheii figure renters, wid and narrow e 45 Scotch Net Curtains border ia, insertion clects .$3.45 Close wove, all over floral patterns, Arabian Curtains escalloped, wrll-finished edger, full length anl width; per 7 E xtra wide anad hng, it panrl and all pair ............ ... ...75. over dr siuas, with richly olcid. corner piewc-.: iarders and inter Lehigh Valley Curtains ,o dict a s yl..... ..$4.75 5n inches wide.. !, yards long, double Arabian Door Panels and single Iwrdemo , extra heavy weave. Choice of eight $1A5 For all sires aind shapes of doors, patterns ................ . transms and side panell. Mall Us Your Orders--We Pay the Freight. Brownfield= Canty Carpet Co. 48b to 5 West Park, 4. to 43 West Galena street, Butte. ANlUAL DANCE DUE CREES FROM MONTANA AND CANADA ARE TO GATHER AT HAVRE ON MAY 20. SI'l,( IAIl. 1111'. INNI I. MlOI'NIAIN. Ilavre, April 1J. ITh annlltual dance of the free, beginnling M;ay t21, is to ble onl all unulllIsulllly grani l ;scale Iths year. (hief I.ittle lielr, he;ad of the tribe, which, scalttered as it is, still Iain;tainl Ssemblll;llance of unllity. is circul;ating sulb scrilptionsll for the festival. ('reas frtom arrss the ('llaadlia l line snld 1from all over Motllltllaa will strike tllrpees and moVCe IlavriwardI for tile gala ilay. lThe dlance is not a religious festival and, unlike 11other trilis, rareily results in trouble. It is mlore oIf a ghllluttonouslll orgy than anything else. Here tlhe Crers get a IsuarC meal once a year. Hlelnce te geineral i.nterest evinced by tilhe tribe of scavellngers. OLIN CASTLE TAKES A WIFE Husband of Woman Slain by a Rival Again Becomes a Benedict. aY AS: ( I(IAlfO I' I S. Ildorado, Kan., April .s. Word has reached here annollulll"Ing the Ilmarri;lge of Olin Castle to Miss l.illiall I)ctal; llnte t loi, g leaclh, ('Cl. Olii (C;astle was the Ilhusanll of t Iabr;a Wiley C';stle, who was killed at her home here Ily J (,0i. Mlrri s-, her rival for the hal. l ,of young ('astle, nearly three y(ars iago. -P. M. GRADY" * State Agent " for the Celebrated SMOYER " Line of Pine 0 l91easure Vehicles and the Pamous Milburn Delivery Wagons:i n LARGE SALES AND SMALL PROPlrl- If I can't Save You Money, I Don't Expect Your Patronage Standard Carriage Works 233 2355.237 S. Main Street t - leo only exclusive earriage 0house In the state. SVi.O .OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO0V~'ft~~L~~ SEITTLEMENI COMIN GREAT NORTHERN AND ITS TRAIN MEN ARE CLOSE TO AN UNDERSTANDING. my AR.4I4 IAI PI) kl ( ,I . St. 'aul, April ..a. I- l h rre i. rlroluability of it quiet set hiuunsat of the dilithculties be tweenl the G;reat Northern railroad anll its trainmen. Yesterday II,the trainmen's coll mitlire, aIt present in St. I'Paul, receivedI a coniIuniicaion frbom Gene.rll Manager Ward, statinlK hr was rea;ly to receive ald confer with the representatives of the men - the trajinmen's committee. Trhe date of the conference I;as not yet bien ar rangeld. 'The mnenmbers of the trainmen's commit tee are much PIleased with the position niow taken Iby the Great Northern and are excredinKly hopeful the difficulties will be adjusted. HAVANA REALTY IS BOOMING Extensive Purchases by Americans Cause a Rush for Titles. NY At1OS'iIAI r.I, I't Y; llavana, April ,a.-Relceu1t lpulrchases of land Iry Americanus in the province of Puerto l'rincile hasve caused a rush for t(he registriltilou f land titles. 'Ihe pIur chase of a blck of the plroperty in Puerto I'rinc(i (i city by Sir William Vian, Iornle's railway A atis u wsed a nom inll real estate.