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BAKING Awarded Highest Heron World's Fair, Higheost Tests U. 8, Gov't Ohlmist PRIC BAKING POWDER CO.. CHICAGO. TROUBLEOYERSINKER BUTTE MACHINE AND SPECIALTY COMPANY BEGINS AN ACTION TO RECOVER MONEY. The Butte Machinery & Specialty com pany las sued John Berkin, Charles Matti son and W. W. Morris to recover $416.60. The omnplaitnt was filed in the district court tAis morning. The money is alleged to be due partly in rent and pertly in damages. The com plaint alleges that Lewis Kaufman ind company leased to the defendants, Decem ber 8, :9oz, a No. 6 Cameron sinker, which was to be used in sinking the shaft on the Raven mine at Butte. The rental was to be $16 a month, the complaint says. The plaintiff says the Kaufman company assigned its claim to the rental for tLe sinker to it on dMarch 23, zgoo, and that the defendants paid the rental until June, g9oa. After that they refused to pay, it is aleged. Splaintiff calims zo months' rent, amounting to $z66.6o, is due. It asks judgment for that sum. As a second cause of ection, it alleges that It succeeded to the ownership of the Cameron sinker, and that tle defendants wrongfully maintain possession of that machine and refuse to give it up. The plaintiff asks the court to award it $2o damages for the retention of the ma chine by the defendants, alleging that such is the value of the sinker. HOTEL ARRIVALS At the Thornton. W. L. Mason. New York; B. Greenhood and wife, Miss D. K. Greenhood, D. A. McDonald and wife, Helena; E. S. Young Terre liaute; Fred Fisher, Spokane; C. W. Carter, Boston; W. B. Eiseman New York; Charles M. Wa , Minneapolis; W. G. Keenan, Toledo; Young, St. Louis; W. E. Rigr, George V Davis, Minneapolis; Emil Pursch New York Dr. J. M. Lyle and wife, Idaho; F. Timby and wife, Mrs. S. G. Crandall, New York. At the Finlen. W. G. Lewis, St. Louis; E. McDonald, Seattle; C. Bloom, Duluth; C. F. Murphy, S. M. Stephens, Great Falls; . uhes, Helena; W. J. Winbigler, Ashland O.; B. J. Thomp son and wife, Seattle; E. Marm, Minneapolis; A. W. Price, Missoula; W. F. Myers, Bose. Fdho Mr. and Mrs. McStussey, l'ocatello, At the Butte. Matt Orr Dillon J. F. Bienz. Fort Dodge, Iowa; T. Amith. ChIcago: A. J. Noyes D3I1 Ion; Georg; Alvin*and wife. Poeatello; Harr Summers, St. Joseph; W. G. Miller 'hil 1.. Carr, St. Paul; E. II. Davis, Great Falls; H. J. lHauser, John S. Baker, Dillon. At the 6outhern. H. S. Edri T. Hickey. W. E. Sluber, J ]]ones, city; 1. E. Gallagher A. K. Egýan, E. . Sherpin, Anaconda; W. E. Randall, in. seapolis. Milk River Survey. SPECIAL TO THE INTER MOUNTAIN. Billings, April 3o.-On his way to the Milk River valley, where he is to make a geological survey for the government, Cyrus C. Babb is expected here tomorrow. He will be joined by J. T. Reid, recently appointed to a position in the depart ment. For Missoula Ball Team. SPECIAL TO THE INTER MOUNTAIN. Missoula, A'ril 3o.-Seventy-five dol lars was cleared here last evening at a ball given for the benefit of the Missoula ball team. AMUSEMENTS G RAND OPERA HOUSE Arthur A. Marks, Mgr. Tel. 3.6. Two Nights Only Commencing Wedensday, April s9. Champion Young Corbett KING OF THE frATHERWEIGHTS And his all-star combination of Vaude ville Artists. Clean, Wholesome, amusing and instructive. Prices-Entire lower floor, $r.oo; bal ony, 75c; gallery, soc. MAYER ELECTRIC CO. No. ' N. Montana at. No. 6a W. Park St. Contractors for Masonic Temple, contractors for County Hospital, etc. We contract for everything in tLhe Electric Line. Bring Your Motors to Us We Will Make Them Satisfactory. Ofice 'phone pgo A residence 'phone Butte, * * Montana. HEMS ARE. TO FALL CLEAN SWEEP IS SAID TO BE COM ING IN THE POLICE DEPART MENT OF THIS CITY. MANY PLACES FOR NEW MEN Thomas Mulholland and William Mc Gregan Leading in the Race for the Place of Chief. A clean sweep in the police department Is unofficially announced by his friends as Mayor-elect Millins' policy. It is stated the mayor intends to remove most of the present force. ' his includes chief, captain, sergeant, both jailers and city detective. Who will replace these men is still a matter of cur rent gossip. Tom Mulholland and William Mc Gregan are mentioned for the chiefship. The former is a favorite in the betting. David Meiklejohn is said to be slated to fill Jerry Murphy's shoes. Concerning the other men rumor is rife and deals with many names. Even the officers on beats are most of them sure of removal. As a result the mayor elect is kept busy in conference with friends and supporters. As a matter of fact, everything has been fixed for some time. The silence of Mr. Mullins has given hope to outsiders that they might stand a show. Upstairs in the city hall City Attorney Lamb and his assistant. Harry BIollinger, are among those whose heads will prob ably fall in the basket. J. I.. Telnpleman for city attorney and A. J. Violette for his assistant are said to be the new ap pointees. These are the candidates of W. A. Clark. Jr. J. I. White for city engineer and John jullins for street commissioner are also frequently mcntioned of late. CATSKILL TROUT ARE VERY EASY TO CATCH Streams and Ponds Are Full of Them and They Are Easy Picking For Nimrods. Kingston, N. Y., April 3o.- Although the trout season in the Catskills has been open a week there have been fewer anglers than usual there from New York. The weather has been too cool for the aver. age angler, but those who have gone there are exultant over their luck. Before another week some record-breaking catches will he made. With the progress that has been made in recent years by the legislature in lassing laws for the protection of fish and the stocking of streams by the Ulster County Fish and Game Protective association fishing yarns are not as popular as they were and the angler muat be eaught with the goods to be believed. This is now a comparatively easy matter, for the fish this year are eager to bite, and even the boy with a string and a bent pin can come away with a stuing of shining trout. As for the professional fisherman it is no longer necessary that lie should whit the streams all day before returning satisfied to his hotel. For many years the finest trout were taken from the private preserves of New Yorkers of wealth. Now the largest come from the streams which are open to the public. Sonic of the private preserves are so filled with trout that it is easy for an amateur to get them without any previous experience. The largest private lake in tile Northern Catskills is owned by S. D. Coykendall of this city, lie is the owner of Alder lake ani teecher lake. Next in size is Furlough lake, which Is owned by George Gould, while the third ini"sisemand mportance is Italsam lake, which is owned by the Balsam Lake club of New :York. Nesides the.p there are many smaller lakes and streams owned by individuals and clubs, all of which are picturesquely situated anil add greatly to the importance of the Catskill re gion. PICK'ETS PERSUADE NEW MEN Big Delegation to Replace Striking Workmen Is Turned Away. Chicago, April 3o.--Effective picketing head. ed off an alleged effort on the part of the management of the D)eering Harvester Works to introduce nearly iso workmen into the twine department of the plant just after dawn today. When the men appeared before S o'clock prepared to go to work, they were met by a delegation of strikers and turned away. Efforts of the strikers are now being directed toward bringing about sinilar conditions at other branches of the International Harvester company, the McCormick and Plano plants. Although surrounded by pickets the McCor. mick plant was in full operation today. "Every wheel is turning and we have no fear of the girs going out,' said Super tendent Wood of the twine mill. "They are Jlisfied." At the PIlano plant it was said tile full force was at work. Great Northern Railway Co. Excursions. To Ban Franclseo and return .....So.ao To Los Angeles and return....... 6,o.oo On sarle May tj.i to agth inclusive; good returning until July 6th. For full information ply at tIcket office, 4s. orth Min street, Mutts. W. R. MEaECn " C. P. & T. A. Burns to Death. Noel Jubenville of Butte received a tele Iram yesterday notifying hint that his mother had been burned to death at her home in .Montreal. No details of the ac cident, which happened Monda afternoon, t g.t given. Jubenville has Ist for Mon DEALER IN MYTHS IN LIFE AND DEATH Capt. Louis Dassel, Whose Will Bequeathed $50,000, Was a Convicted Impostor of World WideFame. Boston, April jo.-"Capt." Louisa Ho ard I)asel, who recently died in New York leaving a will disposing of a mythi cal estate valued at $5o,ooo, was known' here as a swindler and impostor. lie came here from nobody know.r. aetly where. in the early '7os, prac.ltrally without funds. lie was a man of excellent address and brought with him a handso're yount woman, of foreign birth, whom he introduced as his wife. "Capt." i)assel informed people that he was a retired British naval officer g.l that he had been assigned to duty on the Sues canal where he had acted as chit pilot. It was one of his proudest boasts thb-t when King Edward was Prince of Wali and made a trip to India, he had piloted his ship through the canal. For his service. he said, the prince had given him a dii mond ring and he showed a ring in sul stantistion of his story. His letters of recommendation were as parently good, and he found ernmloymeit with the .Magness-Calcite Safe company, if which Moody Merrilll who was beaten fir the mayoralty by Nathan Matthews, Ii, IAgo, was manager. Merrill. a yei.r or tw, later absconded with $50o.00o. ESCAPES PAYING FINE FOR VIOLATING LAW W. E.Welisch, Once Convicted of Allowing a Crate of Chickens to Remain on Sidewalk, Wins Later. W. E. \Welisch will not have to pay tl. fine of $1i t'~st was imlposed on him in. May of last year by Police Muagistrali lMoyle for allowing a box of live poultri to remain on the sidewalk in front of hi, place of business, -.69 last Park stree:. more than to minutes, in violation of the city ordinance. tty )wuge McClernan today sustained 61 demurrer to the complaint in the cabl. which had been appealed to the distri r court, and sustained the motioln of tli. defendant to quash the warrant issued ii the case. Ignorant of the Law. Protbably many poultry dealers atr ignorant of the existence of such an ord nance, and not a few citizens will pqr haps wonder wherein it is a crime tI stand a crate of live poultry on the side walk in front of a store dealing in such things, but the ordinance is a part of th,. city regula:tionq, nevertheless. It is cotl tained an Section 16 of Ordinance a18, re lating to public nuisances. Alter he had been found guilty by Police Magistrate Boyle and filted $So anio costs, Welisch decided to appeal the c*se. lie iurnished the required bond and Lh. case went to the district court, being set for hearing toamy o the demurrer to g. CHANGES HIS ABODE WELL-KNOWN GREAT FALLS ME - CHANT HAS REMOVED TO POWELL COUNTY. TO GO INTO ROCK BUSINESS SPEClIAL TO TIO T INTLR MOUNTAIN. Great Falls, April 30o.-''he announce mient is nade that Ralph West, a well known merchant, is to close up his busi ness here and remove to Deer l.odge, where for the present he will engage inl another occu'ation. He expects to re main in Powell county about a year and a half. Is Well-Known. Mr. West is, or was, one of the best known restauranteurs in this city. In fait, he may be said to have been well known all over the town. He was engaged at the time of closing up his business in the "hot tamale" trade, conducting a peripatetic shop, which, while not large in itself, is said to havy netted big returns from the investment. Several weeks ago some chickens, which were afterwards proved to belong to van ous private coops of the town, flew int, Mr. W'est's tamale machine. lie was unable to account for this, but nevertheless, when pressed too closely by the irate owners of the birds, he decided that discretion was the better part of valor and flew tile coop. lie hadl a featlr- breadth escape, it is said, and was brought back shortly after. Associated With W. Connors. With a friend, the distinguished "Wheezy" Connors, Esq., also of thiý place, Mr. West was treated to an inter view with Judge Leslie, who had twelve of his acquaintances to the soiree. After a lentgthy consultation his honor .decided that Mr. West had better aban don Great Falls and the tamale busines for the present, as the occupation was be coming too hot. Mr. West and Mr. Connors will there fore Ie found in Powell county for the next year or so. It is said they mean to go in the quarry business. e a Just to Show You How willing we are to serve you, we will, upon request-telephone or postal--call at your home and show you a book of sam pies of the latest things in wall papers, measure your rooms and tell you the cost of papering in the style you choose. Orders for spring work should be placed promptly. CARDER WALL PAPER CO. C. V. rRANZMAN, Prop, ,iS W. Park St., King Blk. 'Phon4 zo6. Dlassel has shown ability, sound busl ness acumen. and bty this gained the confi dence of the firm. lie was a gressive in business, and secured orders for fireproof safes front express contpanies anid large corporations througtihout the United States. His businless ability was recognized, and he was nlmade general manager. As such he ordered safes manllfactured ;lld sold them, keeping tile receipts. lie failed to make returns for other goods, anld ulsedt the company's name in purchas ing jewelry, drygoods, and in hiring car riagu-s and horses for his wife. lie swindld the company to the extent of $So.ao. hienry \W. I'cahody & Cto. wire calught for $1.tono in had notes, anti others to the extent of $..um.o. I)assel was arrested October 7, iS$4, for fraudulenlt dealing with mIortgageud fur niiture, aind was sentencedl to two years imprisonlment. ll was triedl on ollly one of 41 indictmemnts. All his personal frie'nds lelnt him Imonmey which was never repaid. After his release from prison he trap peared at the oicers of the safe comlpany as tile agtrlt of a t;ernmiall art firmn. andt saol a set of his works to every official and employe. The works of art which ihe proimised were never delivered. complaint and the motion to lt qu.sl the warranlt. Formner Judge johin Lindsay atppeared for the defendait ini support of tlhe de ulurer anid the lmotionll to quash. The demlurrer set up thait the comlpilailt did not state facts suttficient to counstitut" a public oltellse, while the attorney held that the warrant was not suipported by an atlirtnation drawn in the proper nmanner. Attorney I.indlsay, inl arguinlg In suppolt)rt of Ihis contentions. cited piertinetat de cisions in the California reports. lie argued that there shoutld have been a des ignation of the oft'ellse. It was not charged in the complaint the defelldanlt was the owner or rail the business in fronlt of which the' poultry wais exposed. tthier lpoillts iii thlit coin lil aint were attacked. Assistant City Attorney Ilarry Ilolliugcr, speaking in opposition t the demturrcr artsd thte 1ontion to dui.ish, ciontent'ue the coui p la lt wasl ampll ly thisitic.ll ill seting o it the crime charged utilder the genleral termn of the ordinance against ais Iisances without particula i'ing. .Judge Mc(lermunan promptly sustaiied the demurrer andI the notion to giiash, and the proceedings w.ere dropped by the city. WOMAN IS A WONDER RESIDENT OF NEW YORK GIVES A PRACTICAL DEMONSTRATION OF KEEPING BUSY. FINE BUILDER AND LAWYER Keeps Her Two Children Under the Care of a Governess, While She Seeoks Excitement in Other Ways. BY AishO('iA'I ) PIaRiS. New York, April ,,,.--School teaching, bookkceping, piano maaiufacturi.ng, thi practice of the law and iildlng -all Ihtise are the ocullpationls of Mrs. IFrederica Hlack, wife of a Ipolice('an.. W\hat is more retmarkahlc is that she need not do anything to m;ake, at living, for she is rich in her owa right, aind works only "to keep busy." Iler mother is said to be worth umany thousandl dollars and her sistrr. recently married, is platnning a long at1tiie1r cruise on her ownl yacht. Loves to Work. "I'd rather work than sleep," said she to a reporter. 'iaach sentelnce of it half hour's conlversation wits p.ulctuatldl ,by mild commnlllillds or directions to the mita sons and laborers at work oil the fIrunda tion at No. s51 W-est hlundred and Sixty seventh street. Mrs. ilack is "lhos" of the job,. She is nmoving a house fromi (: Ioelunded and Sixty sixth street through the hblock to the new foundation. "llow did I become a builder? Well, I like the work. The first tiitme I took an inlterest ill it was when ilny mother put up the piano factory in West Thirty sixth street. "I watched the architects andl studied the plans carefully. I had Just gralduated from Normal tnen and was nctinig as Ibook keeper. ]From that time on building and archlitecture were may hobbies." Mrs. Ilack is the daughter of John Radde, a piano manufacturer, who dlied some years ago. First Actual Work. "My first actual work," Mrs. Ilack went on, "was a jotb of my own. I moved my house. a three-story double frame, frtom O)ne Hundred and Sixty-iaiith street. 'lThat was three years ago. "They all told me not to try it; tlhey warned me it would fall apart. Well, after cutting about Soo city wires, I man aged to get the house where I wanted it, on a new foundation." It was at Mrs. Ilack's suggestion that I)r. ''. I). Merrigan bought the lot on One hlundred and Sixty-seventh street, on which she is now at work. Hie placed the enterprise entirely in her hands, and the day after the purchase saw a slim, frail looking woman, with pink checks, surveying the groutnd with a criti cal eve. She engaged the masons and carpenters with exoert judgment, and in a week the ground was excavated and the new foun dation under way. "We'll finish this in about a month," said Mrs. hack, "and then I'll te out of a job." Objects to Police. "Hfow do I like to be the wife of a po liceman? I have no admniration for the police business," Mrs. Ilack went on be tween orders. "A man ought to exer leise his mind continually, and all the mental exercise a policeman gets isn't enough to keep the cobwebs out of his brain. "HIowever," and Mrs. Ilack sighed audibly. Mrs. Hack is 28 years of age. Her two children are under the care of a strict governess while she is at work. Mrs. Hack studied law at the New York university. Her knowledge has served her well in numerous real estate transactions. "It guards one from bIejng imposedc upon. Besides I study up the history of Who Is Going To Meet the President? We are more Inter. ested in this than in knowing who will give him "that ban. quet." We have a great big stock of Trunks and Handbags. Those who go to meet him might want something of the kind. Perhaps those who have no intention of going might want some of them when they see how low our prices are. It won't take you but a minute to find that out, and it might be time well spent. Think it over. Special--ioo Club Bags Creatol covercd, with brass lock nand catchtr; sirte Is, 14 and 16 inches. Srpeciail pries ............. ............................. ...... 75c, 90c and $1.15 Each Special--75 Barrel Top Trunks Ffrnl,tlldl sinc t lvctrs+, Met ip tray anil1 h:lith r, 5 hia.lhwood stl.it (,1 top; ris es 8, 30, 1o llnd .14 illnl lths . Spcl, i., pllc. ..... .................. $2.75, $3.25, $3.75 and $4.25 Speclal--loo Square Top Trunks ('alva covelrrl, itt sup trayt and hat hIxi. s, rt tigfhtnid with heavy ites l biuUprllt r on alll clrn.rsl . ,ites N,3 o, .2 , 1 4 .1 4 in IIcet , t.I t il prict....... $4.75, $5.25, $5.75 and $6.25 Each Special--4o Saratoga Trunks (llx dited i7ne ce.sIi, ralta high uli wide. ltlun t S; lrat1Si':l 5 l, i l. h;ilted with 17.y and inrg+ ite ,i halony.; ; all hawv. thul.h tl a.p inc)k.h ; itc 1, J34. J,6 anc nicI. Speci l pr ...... . .............. $8.75, $9.50, $10.25 and $11.00 Bureau Trunks -We are agents for Fitzgerald's Bureau 'I'runks, the only reliable bur;eau trunks made. Mall Us Your Orders--We Pay the Freight. Brownfield Canty Carpet Co. 48 to 54 West Park, 41 to 43 West Galena Street, Butte. every pI-cre of Iiipelrty I buy," she r i mnarked. Mrs. Ilack auilppareit frailly i' dreep tive. Slih is kelc ey.ed, lharp aInI I Iays realy for lilintvii . Ile doil her wink in is loog thin bblak satin cloak lhati l nvlops i ti r ltrk '. II.t wki, an id blsllh mllet of :ill it Iut Ih s,ign protr l is her face from thel wIl l. clir'tull fltlo Iaellk trikingly i,, t le Iof plle in the niort y tcra hap of uiling. Doolatrial nBu rbied. h. Discharged From Bankruptcy. hll At. 'ill 'I li IN',I4 MoiiNIAIN. Ih isina, April to Zack T. Itawkins of thir l.j felvr wafis isiharil, wre . i ltrrank ruptcy in the IUnit.d Stat,.s court yester day by Judge Knowles. Mrs. Doolittle Buried. hl'.IA IMI. 1r I1 1 INf IN MlItN'IAIN, Missoula, April tu. The remains of Mrs. prank Doolittle, the fir-t victim of spatted fever this sea,'.n, were interred lucre yesterday. REMOVAL NOT ICE. American Loan ft'ficre rrnlovitd f(rom 8 East Park street to a Nurthl Main. El) It'.iS , Il'rop. The First National Bank Of Buete (Establihi.e d 1879.) Capital - * $200,000.00 OIINIR AL BANKIN(I D)rafts drawn on aill riniiipal cities of the world and litters of credit is sued. ANDRlEW J. D)A v IS....... 'rrsilent JAMES A. T'AI.II1T. ....Vicc 'req. E. II. W ilILCK .............Cashier J. S. DULI"I'ION.....Asbistant Cashier Butte. Mont. Capital......... $1oo,ooo.e Under state supervision. Five per cent interest, payable quarterly, paid on deposits. Money to Loan on Real Estate F. AUG. IIRINZEF........ President A. N. CI.I-.MENTS..........Cashier C. R. Leonard, Pres. T. R. Hinds, V. Pres. Fayette Harrington, Cashier. Silver Bow National Bank CAPITAL $100000.0 This bank solicits accounts, offers prompt and careful attention to business of customers. Collections promptly attended to and remitted for on day of collections. Sell foreign and domestic exchange, trans acts a general banking business, pays in tcrest on the deposits. Directors--Charles R. Leonard, F. 4ua. Hleinee, S. )Marchesseau, A. Valmforth, R. A. Louis, C. W. Newton, T. R. Hinds, John MacGinnius, Fayette Harrington. STATE SAVINGS BANK lohn A. ' i i.hllton .......... resident G. W. Stapl utn ........ Vi, e I'residen I. M . IlIl' r ns ............... ('ashier J. (). Il'ld ets ..... Assistant Cashier It. It. Nucklllls .....Assistant Cashier ulnlder state supervision and juris. diction. Inllteret paid onl deposits. Sels erxhalnge available in all the Icrinctlpal 'iti.. ol thie hIitied States auid lurope. ( ollectlons lproiptly at teInderld to. "ransact a gilneral hank I )irect'oits: J. A. Creighteln, (Omnaha; G. WV. Stapleton, A. II. iairret, E. I). I.lvitl. S. V. Kellpcer, T. M. Ilodgl .1 u, J. (I. I lhIodge'n . Corneri Main acnd Park Streets, Ihtite. DALY BANK AND IRUST COMPANY OF BUT"TE I.st;blished i88R. Incorporated g9ol. CaFtltl. .SI00.OO00.0 Genereal Bnklling Business JOHN I). RYAN....... President JiilN IH. TOo((.Il..... Vice Presidelnt C. C. SWINItH RNE ... ...Cashier H. A. KUNKEL ....Assistant Cashier W. A. Clark. J. Ross Clark. W. A. CLARK & BROS BANKERS Transacts General Banking Business. Buy gold dust, gold bars, silver bult liotl and local securities. Bloxes for rent in safe deposit vault. Sell exchange available in all of the principal cities of the United States and Europe. Special attention given to collec. tions. ALEX J. JOHNSTON, Cashier. J. D. M' IIBOlE , VETERINARY SURGEON. Ionorary graduate of the Ontario Veter. Inary College of Toronto, Canada. Treats all diseases of domesticated animals ac cording to scientific principles. Office at Marlow's stables, 104 South Maihn strel t Telephone a93. All cases promptly abs tended to.