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BUTTE INTER MOUNTAIN
Isaed Every Rtwning. E.reept Sunday. ADDRESS ALL MAIL TO INT7ER MWOI'SA'.IN PUBLISHING CO. a6 IWest (Granite Street, Butte, Mont. SUIBSCRIPITION RATES. Per ear., by mail, in ad'ancc......$7.50 By Carrie,. per ,month............... .75 TELEPHIOINE NUMBERS. Ed,ttorial Noomi.... ....48-(3 rigs-') Business Ofi ice.. ..428-(t ring The lltte Inter Myuntain has branch oftices at .Aunacnda, Alissou,,ha. Io:ca,'mu, and Li;igston,. where subsct, pliin and adt;erlrsig rnates uill be furnlsh d ilfiol, apple ation, 1 he Inter M,,utain can bie found at the follow ing ,ut ,,f-torn ,.t. shtrds.- Ist -r,: Nwc'cs C('ompIany. Sctntle', I'na.h; Shanks ,''r S',./uth. Hl t,'el Northern,. ilttl'. 'lWash.; Salt Lake Nrew$ S tand, Sall . I.ke, Utlh; Iturn y-/ourth Street 'Nes Stndl, TwentyI'',' l tih .Start, Ogden, Utah; ltol ka'liw h'.. Salt LakeI'. Utah : L. li. Lee. Palac- Il.l, I. San IFrancisco; I'Irtlaind Hih.tel, Portiiil, Orc.; Postoftire News Stan.d, (hi, ago II. l:lII)AY, APRIL 24, o9n3. The W\'etcrn Union wires arc "dead" In Buitte and lusill, a . is In a coma:itose state. And utter is noli "rulie hamllet," *ither, but a city of r,t. )in pIt"ilc. If the allh Signor .Marcnt'ti were on the scene what a i l,-nli l fi eld he would find ready to hi, hand for irhells telegraphy. lie might i-,ve trouble ilth ilit-, tetsengir itn, t, . ut hliaps , Ii ' ii ou he atler to oereol nu evenl thi; clifliculty with tihe aid of Star. ced stietnc. "'11 niend a wnirn,'" quoth the hltinewr ltman int Iutti- today. ()n secittil thought, however, hl coanclul.ded to no himiiself, which wal go.ing t,ckw.ard to thie tittme wthen the tinoble red t1 rnamd tnuistitriad over the Irl tl and thr11 ngh tilt valltys. Civfilization is a good thin; it it caui l he imanttaienicl. '1hc w':,th ,f (olontl lickey in New 'York 'e,ttrday re iuites nttlher ditnt gui ohcd inontor fro'm the aene't of active life. tc0litl Rick, y invented the tooth some "gin rickey." ahich took his iante andt which ias it,,li taken Iby minty pn plce. The g.in ricki," in a Ieverage it attr:iti\-e f-atutrer nl mt uch Jottency, hO it , ,idl. It s, m. t, l, 1 l, -. Tylier :lgailnst the go ettinitrl. with tl lady. at last ac enintts. 1n,, it, stli . ., flte anot c.lltfi'l nt front. At the sinet - tine 'ncle S..u,. ini fori ly pout, ,.td 1,i u t ,ins to ti l , filth e trx, ix likely t, srgt nth m-elf to the extent of den't:4nrlinl. tilt- returfi of lilt Cec atatnt, of the .,,e" ;1114 to-i-t.an t ti.l hi. d n'au nl, be. alecellell te'. "i'hronih Iti. , ,utt ~ -y uand a, Ii. itv 'if Prol,,id | 1el 1 ill s I . ltlw ofl the \,-o (lItd I .l y Ia-. i ' , i ii i , l y M.1anager (, a lt of Ill, h alt Lake ~lie. the IIter M ountain I , a hle to pre-eat it, reaier-r this evtno tg L%1h thi. full A.(socated S't' rifp r i withi ti nli llli sr their bll llel fl th '- i '- l' , I iti lalllitii tlic t t i lhh cmCalln usull it, n111-. 1sc.ur wI' Iw' . iIt ib.y i.,l' - to -.l y that this n.se r 1t service i sirt.ithlo ol t. tl c lilti r imidu, - tan, unit r ciltl can'tun-tl nitl ;it no lit -l r itrc, rov ichhe toi the ay -- ibatelrd tPrra tbuthi I dt riuTrd.it a ury t , t r trit joke . tht, It lm tati r to fulfill V. 11,11 it i, p , bleh r to ih, aii h.I. .tuin acted I itij l prompt blliiun d stars . h:urtll llI -I t h"e o, i of ithe tter, td hal- e i'it ; ta t oI f Nur, l a St tateion dthich i-kd ab htl i r u ll-nunti ahl hion ii ik. ii a r Ily actor iIs highly uap Lprciatal by the Inter w oi t, alll.lI no les it by its good. lBBy dIN I IN Alou i it Lwere nltd n rugh Ifor the people of the \Ve-t to Ib. cumpllelhd to cat all til t' can ned ,ood s that the l :la1,t chit s, s tou llird iu, it appears that Iwe r to, have the cailing re i luillcPli, ru callbbed nto or pItres by th.e E:astern pres. lhtre comri ndhe Nort k rker of receni t date with you learned disertation of. the canning indus try. frotm llilth it Cay ie gathered that thd tEast rgards it tl a great joke that it cat call almo-ret anything younder than ahiliig stars and li I 1 it to tle pes pi o the \\e lit. "Tile lint tate of atf Nurth ntd Sucannth ak. a ad ur thy t a" rte nMarks our contemporary, "each o.e ll ne pire in itself, are practically whihout vet , wholly on c ronnedt trck' Go intoa rivero ut eary tore in eitherth of these states and you will see little or nothing but canned gooda. '1 hey doubtless have sugar and counter, but the shelves from the floor to the ceiling are lined tkith catnned goods anityd more kindfor of canned gouods than you have anlly da f. Canns ed roast beef, canned chiped beef, lcaned this, that and the ther thingtad to the fedtomach palls and the Iaind begins to whirl.ad ltels athd rstaoughout thrnts serve where nothing but canned ofoeds. There iv nothing you can le in the line o guh tablt is anotd pre cious little in withe lin ene of rgyats that is snot canned. U. course they have tile c aned satireless. from the Columbttlia river, but nearly everything else that is canned omes frrld getsom the East. Boston ends dev iled ham, and, strange to say, lndiatgp ohis comes in strong with baked beans, which looks like taking the bread and ean. right out of tihe mouth of Boston." New York, it seems, i will ing thagh t Chi cago should bear the burden of tespon sibility for the canning business, the "canning evil," as The New Yorker cheer fully designates it. Listen to this: The industry has been growing there in leaps atilt bounds. The great hungry maw of the West had to be fed and canning bas been going on in the Windy City by night and by day. It has spread like some terrible plague. Great factories have been built in all parts of the city and throughout the suburbs where the can nting of every conceivable thing that is fit t1p eat and much that is not fit to eat Is going on with an energy that is sleep less and tireless. It is a little curious that the great wheat belt that "feeds the world" gets its own food in the shape of Chicago canned goods. From New York it gets Iepsin for its inevitable indiges tion. Ione day I suppose the mighty Western stomach will get enough and too mtch of thi0 dreadful thing and then the great Western mind will begin to consider the oucstion of raising less wheat, digging less gold and copper anti doing a little something in the way of raising vege tables for the table. The fart is that the W\est doesn't raise half or oneit-enth the supplies it might raise. The We:st inl ports its chickens, eggs and butter by the trainloarl. Even the sections in Mountana that raise fine apples must come East for cilder and vinegar. This is only because the Western people have not got around to manufacturing. Montana last year pro duced 35,oon.oo, pounds of wool and is sending it all to New England, Pennsyl vania anl New York to be manufactured. It will go back to the West in the manu factured product and the West will pay the freight. Of course the people of the East should not complain of this and they iar not comp.laining. It keeps our spin dlles whirling. Ily and by the wild and woolly West will get her eyes open and will set up, soni spindles of her own, juit as thie South did in the matter of cot toni s4pilles. But until she does we will manufalcture her wool for her at a good pIrolit anld try to ktep her maw stuffed with canned goods. It is so nice in New York to consent to sell us "pepsin for the inevitable inull Restion." We thank thee for the word I LIct kily, the pure mountain air and the breath of the plains act as blood puriliers, nluscle-liiilders and aids to ;gerstion, and the demand for pepsin is not great. IBut there is much that the valued New Yorker says which should "come home to our business and our Iosoms," to say noth ing of our stomachs. The West doesi buy , mire from the East than it should. The Iltler .\ountain has repeatedly said so. We have. too,, fihled an earnest protesit against the mills of New Englatnd, New York antl Irennsylvania manullfacturing the 35, non,ono poundl of wool that Montana pro duces annually, ant unless all signs fail there will be before nlany years a dis tinit reform in this 1itiness. Our home inllustry clubs are likely to accomplllish nicli ill the way of pIroimoting industries that will work lip our raw material to the great advantage of tile people of the West withl ;I ciorrtespondlitl decrease in the reve nues of thel East. The East llmay as well make tip its mindil that it will have to edge along filt ther towards the frontier to find a lmarket for its "canned truck," which, according to The New Yorker, comprises "e cry conceivablle thing that is lit to eat ainI iiueh that is Int." It IIInght try Alaska and the I)rient. T'IlE MESSENGERS' STRIKE 'I 'he strike situation lwtweoen the Wet cin 'iliion Telegraph eompany and its nolreiigeicr boys ill Butte Lhas reached an ( tllt 'YtagI'. as is inalifeste(d Iy thei. with ,Irawal of the \Vestetrn U:nion from llBtte Iat nIniiight last night. Today e'very wire iperated l by ilth eutmlpany in this city is lhrar" alil all insitrlumen ts arc still. This inclcludes ille srpecial service of the news papers l) t clld eolmsltsllo houses and every bIrait'h of Ibusiness w hatss-ever. Leased wi go. ill. i)tt will. the ,otheri atnd no public leris or pIrivate coslliniercial mlessages are delivered fromi any ofict.,. including rail r..il oftices. So far as the W\.est .nl I:ilioti i. 'i concerned Itulite ha no telegraphic con neci'i'on 1 wii; the outside world tolday. 'iihe history of the trouble is brief. A l w .sc'ks ago lth' hay's t*pliyedl by the A. I). T. miade a delliiitl for ian increase of paty (rono $1o I nullrllth it $-s, with a sttl ltpi ent Idt nail for an eight hour day ii-sead of a nine -hior. To give force to its It mt:d the boo, applied to the Ameri cn I aihr .111,1n ftr a t'h;arltr, t which was giten Ito lIh,. The teleghraph companly granted the. ritelit Mir ticreiad paiy, but tit spetqitn (,f hour, and the recognition oif the u11n uiditr l the chlarter granted to tei. ho) La.e conced friction which, in , in -ts i i-L . . ,is rtesilted ill street rCII,. I lie anilp aiy tried the experiment of ,'ml,,l ng hl. irl. I, deliver nu..r.,ges, bit ithe ianny.VitIII th y wire suhjct I to oill the street iby the forntl r iss.cso :er bcc to rtidhretd their mipltymmiut da.tgrerable, in adhlition th this protest, were made to lithe ,, i Ipaly by t sevcri ,t(lll met's asiocia lious :t..a.i lilt the in loymntlll . of girTh ill this service. The striking bI,,ys were ag gro-itre in 11.ir fight and the WVstern 'lliinl l thte t',i 11o,1,'lcd and l once or tatWc ;as , fIrced to close it, doors. .CMes sa' s ..tret delivered onily will. the great t -lIhliculty and at;i tihe Ipersonal risk of thiltit, d-liv'ring them. The company claimed thait it did lnot reccive the police pllrh alio to ~w~ihh it wa., entitled. One ,,I tli ' t. rilkel. holt.siver, was arrested yes terday Mercilhalnt ;111 l:tLillCe'-. I11tt hlavte natul rally S)llllipathi/edl vithi the compally as th-ir \1111 Ibu.iltns suiltelred by reasont of .c nl uil Il le s itlh thile strikillg llessenger ittys. The laltir orgaiaizltts Issuiie-d an Jtliltldlc frietllty to IIthe strikerst aild a Ibyfutl t w.a- dIe'lared t il:llnst tl.e \e.ternl t'ei i thro h.,nt theo b uat,'. The h1,1 f a ,tli.ers of. the coml.pay ciliti1ed IttIt it lIt-aeine itnpoisi 1le tnder etxisti K eitli tiuii to tralisiact nuisiltss, tltd oil a11 order received :last light fronl 1tilln l ti 11Is. cliseid lit' olhee and sos Ipent dtd all I, n.i lue.e . "'lulled Jit of the tiwit," .1- it i X sxire-Csled. It is exceedingly Itad for thile town. I ,vfry birainch of fIusincss is affected(l dis adilanlag tiu,,l'. It crecates a conditiot Sthat i.5 a1t:at5ural anlld would ,Ien to le Uittu n ces.iS;f) . Thei tele-ralth company u clainis it I is dilie everytling that it cain - do in reason, shile lalbor, speakingl for the it sriklt iilesclrllgelrS intiltain s the justice S of their attitude. THE FIRE OF: GENIUS WAITS It appears, according to one high in au thority, that "the American Shakespeare" is only lying dormatnt until the right kind of inducements are offered when he will immliatt tely burst forth and astonish the world. lHeinrich ('otrcid is the authority and the inducement required is an endowed theater, or one with the national treasury behind it. lor the purpose of furthering this desir aible movemeiint tIlmembllers of the Dramatic club recently gave a ditier at l)ehnonico's, with Ileinrich ('onreid as the guest of honor. "Give me a national theater," said Mr. Conreid in his address, "and I amn sure that the Americant Shakispeare will write. This project catnnot be accomplished in a year. We will be lucky if it is accom plished in six years, if the plan of the Comedie Francaisc he followed. The as suranwe is given mie by a very wealthy man that as soon as the plan is devised, it will receive the .requisite financial support." It is a pity, of course, that the Amer clan Shakespeare is such a mercenary wretch that lie refuses to stir the embers of his mighty gcnius: until a "sure thing" play-house is provided for him, but if these are tl:e b..t terms lie will make we may as well accede to theti. Special friceS on Our 1903 Oo-Carts W41E Our upo3 line of Go-Carts is complete to the most mindte detail. We carry the largest line in the state. The construction and finish is the best: This year's line shows many improvements over last year. We are making some special prices on our Go-Carts for this week. $8.oo ~$1.So $13.so $3.35 Recling Go-Cart with neat This is :, vry neat and satis- ly worked body of split reed Our hIolding Go-Cart, A very neat reclining Go-Cart. factory re( Iting (;o-Cart; has and willow with Russian substantially constructed, The body is of wood and reed. reed body, iranished in green; has damask, upholstered and re- fitted with steel springs Elastic rubber tire, steel wheels, rubber tired wheels and patent movable cushions ,mounted and folds very compactly; oatent foot-brake cushions up - foot-brake; nushions are up- with removable parasol; has can he taken on street car. holstered in denim; parasol is holstered in iedford cord; para. improved Gendront Gear and Our Special Price, Steel ribbon cloth, with $8 aol is of .ate,,n with e tires. r Tires. $.1.8S; ...S4.35 puffed ruffle. Price .. puffed ruffle 'ri is.$12.50 Price ............ . Rubber Tires....$435 BRUSSELS RUGS Our unequalled offer on room size Brussels Rugs in Oriental, Persian, Turk"- 16. A sh and floral designs. 9x12, priced at ................................. Go $375° Cart $20.00 One of the most elegant Re $ *8.5o clininp Go-tarts made. The pat A Reclining Go-Cart, very at- tern is rich and very pleasing; A very attractive Go-Cart, re- tractive pattern; a well and ndy is of with cane seat clining, cushions upholstered in strongly built cart with reed body grade; upholstered in • silk g aimercerized rapestry; body of and back; the wheels are steel and Brakatelle back and sides; the reed with cane back; wheels are cushioned tired and fitted with rub- parasol is of sateen lined with Go-Cart, frame of steel and cushion tired and her hub and caps and patent wheel fles and one fancy puffed ruffle: of willow and white fitted with rtubber hub caps and fasteners; patent foot-tbrake, fin.- has cusion tired wheels fitted maple, in a neat patent wheel fasteners; finished ished in green and striped cushions, with the Gendron (;ear, patent pattern: Steel Gen in green and striped; has satin upholstered in corduroy; parasol of foot-brake, patent wheel fasteners; an lear. Price, 0 patent wheel fasteners; an cle- dron Gear. Price, parasol, scolloped $18.50 n th t ..o hemmed $20 Tnt crt . ... $37.50 for this, $2.50 edge. l'rice....... . $2 wi0 t rice... ....wek . OUR SPEeIAL LINOLEUM OPPER 5000 yards of XX Genuine Cork Linoleum, great variety of patterns, sold else- 45 where as special at 60oc. Per square yard here at............................ Every Refrigerator Requirement Is Filled by THE VICTOR A good r frigerator not only keeps the food cool, healthful and wholesome, but at goon pays for the difftretce in cost Jbetween it and the inferior quality by the saving in ice. The lICTIft REFRIGERATOR is superior to any. because of its cleanlines, fr'- air circulation, economy in the use of ice condensation and dry air, Iot ;vcrage temlperatture freedom from condensation on the inner walls, fri'cdm from dtama * by use of ice picks, proper location of drip-pipe and Il"nger life. The VICT IIH RH RI(. GERV1'oR lasts longer than any other refrig erator sold on Ihis market. In construction, the VICTO'IR RI. iRIGEHRA 'TOR is made of kiln-dried hardwood, golden oak finish, best brass trim mings, metallic ,helvct, no inside wood exposed, full sink-lined, soldered perfectly, air .u, water tight, removable ice compartmentt. The Victor Refrigerator i. the most satisfactory on the market. We have Ihc Boxes and Refrigerators Easel a)r:-ed from ................................... . * Same as cut .white enamel; worth Sr so 1 Price this week.. $5.50 Up Lander Fiurniture & Carpet Co. 4q and 48 Bast Broadway, Butte, CHASES HUSBAND OVER 1,000 MILES WOMAN COMES FROM RUSSIA IN SEARCH OF HER RUNAWAY SPOUSE. FINDS HIM MARRIED AGAIP. Warrant Is Secured for the Arrest of the Man Who May Be Held on Charge of Bigamy. hl'lIt'll. TO Tl TE INTER MIL NIA1'IN New York, April 24.-Rebecca Shapiro ended a 7,ooo-mile chase yesterday in the Gates avenue police court when she ap peared against Jacob Shapiro, her hus band, who she said deserted her and her daughter in Russia eight years ago. Shapiro was arraigned on a charge of vagrancy, which may be changed to' bi gamy. Kissing his wife and daughter good-bye eight years ago, Shapiro left Russia for America, promising that he would send for them as soon as he had established himself in business. For two years letters were received by Mrs. Shapiro, and then they ceased. She comniiiinicated with friends, but all trace of Shapiro was lost and she thought he was dead. Four lmonths ago a friend discovered that Shapiro was living at 14o Osborn str rt, Brownsville. Hie had married Mrs. Shapiro started on the r,ooo-mile jo,,rnrey. Wednesday night there was a k irk on Shapiro's door and when he ol-,,tcd it he almost fell from astonish I ll (t. t:anding there was his first wife and hi' daughter, now a pretty little girl of it. lhap)iro tried to escape, but a detective ar,,ted him. lie was held in $Soo hail. DENY OLD MAIDS ARE RIGHT Mothers of New York Oppose Miss Hig ginson's View of Big Families. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Rochester, N. Y., April a4.-Rochester wo:llen are inclined to side with Presi driet Roosevelt and against the Western N w York Old Maids' association on the qucation of big families. Miss Amelia Higginson, president of the old maids' society, at its recent con vel tiott in Pittford said American moth ers were opposed to big families and that their position was right. Mliss Dorothy Lindley, the secretary, anl other speakers took the same view, declaring President Roosevelt was wrong whl n he said Americans were committing race Suicide. Many Men on Strike. BY ASO TATED PRESS. ]1nton, (Ohio, April 24.--lecause the Iron. toln Portlanld Cement company refused to give B. I. Garvey his old position as oiler, the enftire force of the plant and mines, numbering on, went out. Even at That. (;us--The idea of his saying I had more money than brains. Quite ridiculous. Jack-That so? (;us--Of course. Why, I iavet't got a cekll. Jack-WellU ABOUT PEOPLE John M. Stewart has returned front a visit in California. John Jenkins, Colonel Bates, Edward Kear, Emory P. Rheim and Dan Brooks, all of the Butte Electric company, depart ed last evening for Gardiner, where they will witness the ceremony today of laying the cornerstone of the arch entrance by the president. J. F. McShane, an Omaha railroad con tractor, who has been in the city a few days, has departed for Spokane, where he has numerous interests. Rev. W. M. Jordan, pastor of the First Christian church of Helena. who was chaplain of the senate during the last ses sion, arrived in the city last evening. R. A. Luke and G. D. Beattie were among the arrivals from Helena last even 0. O. Horn of Helena is a guest of the Southern hotel. A. H. Currier of Bozeman is a Butte visitor. F. C. Berendes, a Boulder banker, and Mrs. Berendes were in Butte today on their way home from a visit in the south ern part of the state. Miss Clarisa Talbott of Columbia Falls, a former resident of Butte, is in the city on a visit. W. S. Dodge, a merchant of Winston, Broadwater county, is in the city. Dan McDonald, president of the Ameri can Labor Union, has returned from a two weeks' trip to Spokane and the coast. While In Washington Mr. McDonald at tended a number of labor meetings and delivered addresses at the formation of a number of unions throughout the state. James Donoven, attorney general, ar rived for Helena today and is a guest of the Thornton. C. A. Henry, Western mueneer for the Sun Fire Insurance company London: England. is in Butte looking after the In terests of the company. Mrs. Mark MoAllfatrom departed this afternoon for Seattle. VOSE PIANOS Through half a century they have stood for purity of TOND and accuracy of sonstruction. All the knowledge and skill acquires by fifty years of research and experit ence are put into the TONE and con struction of the VOSE today. MONTANA I1USIC CO. Sole Agents 3a9 North Tlaln Street. When You Send your prescription to our store you know that it will be filled exactly right and with the beat drugs obtainable. When you neced liquor for family or medicinal use, is it not well to buy it at a store that you can de pend upon to give you a pure old whisky? We have a large line of liquors ranging in price from $, to $j a quart. We have W. Ii. McBrayer whisky s8 years old. This is probably as fine a whisky as there is in the world. Our Black Raven whisky is a popular price whisky; $: a quart, 4 quarts for SJ. The best whisky on the market for the money. NewbroDrug Co. so9 North Main Street. Largest Drug Nesse nl the State BLANK BOOKS All Sizes, Rulings and Bindings. Typewriter Supplies, Office Stationery, fancy Stationery New Styles, New Shapes. New Spring Books. EVANS' BOOK STORE 114 North Main Street. Embalming CAREIrUL PAINSTAKING funeral Directors THE MONTANA UNDERTAKING CO. _a.a L~avollo. Prop. 125 E. Park, Phone Ss Richards THE BUTTE 'UNDERTAKER Practical Undertaker and Embalmer. 14o W. Park St., Butte. Phone 307 DR. H3I1E POeK Thirteenth doctor of China from grand father down. Born and schooled in the profession. Tlreats all diseases, making a specialty of chronic troubles. Consult me. aa7 South Mail St. DRL. T. G. HEINE Eye, Ear Nose and Throat Diseases of men and women. Office Io4 and ro. Pennsylvania block, \V. Park street. bffice tel., 899A. Residence 6z6 S. Montana street. 'Phone 73t-M. Atchlson,Topeka & Santa fe Ry. Co. SANTA FB ROUTB 3 'Trains Daily From Denver to Kansas City and Chi cago. Also the direct line to Galves ton, El Paso, City of Mexico and the mining camps of New Mexico and Ari zona. For particulars about REDUCED RATES EAST t.is summer apply to C. F. WARREN, General Agent, 4s Dooly Block, Salt Lake City, Utah.