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* 0 Ill In s Pure Vermont Maple $1600 Syrup, gallon can ...... s Solid pack ripe and ruddy, IIp Utah tomatoes, can ....... I Home brand hand-picked |a tomatoes, aoc can......... 15 Apples (hoicest Eatling Apple,, large box ........................ 854 Extra Specials flakers' Cocoa, jsc can for........ ZOO Ilartley's Marmalade, toc jar for 200 Silver Kettle Currant Je, y, special ............................ 20 Gallon can Tomato Latsup.......40 ao Gallon Keg Syrup, special ...... ......... .........|1.00 "New" California Figs, pound package ..................10 Tobacco Specials Seal of North C(arolina Smoking Tobacco, pound ................. 50 Red Bell 'lug Cut Toacco, pound ............ ............... Or Malt Extract Anheuser ltus:lt Malt Extract, worth $-'5 o dozen. At our special price Inot less than one dtoen s.tld. 'Ioday $S.. worth of Malt IExtract for......12.OO TEAS At a Less Price Than You Ever Seen Them Quoted in Montana. tEnglish Blreakfast or G(;npowder te:,, worth Soc pouond; today..........835. ESnglitl Itreal:tst or G(unpowder tea, worth 7Sc pound; today............500 Engli:.sh Breakfast or (;Gunpowdecr T"a, worth $1.oo a pound; today......754 Fresh Meats Shoulder Pot Roast, per pound..6. Rib IBoiling Bleef, per Ipound..u....S IBrisket Iloiling leet, ier poutnd.. 5 Shoulder Mutton Chops, six pounds ..........................25 Cthoicest Mutton Stew, poundt...... Chlicest Corned lBref, pound ...... . OECHSLI 42 West Broadway, Butte Pays Highest Cabh Price for Second Hand Goods. IHas 3oo second-hand Hleating Stoves on sale. All kinds. Buy, sell, Iack, ship, store or exchange your houtchold goods. Pull Line Trunks and Travel. Ing Bags at Special Prices. The largest stock of becold-hand house. hold goods in Montana. 'Phone 923B TRUANTS' SESSION IN DISTRICT COURT PETER KAVANAUGH'S FATHER HAS PROMISED TO MAKE THE BOY 'BEHAVE HIMSELF. JOHN REITZ TO BE ARRESTED Another batch of truants were up for hear. Ing in the district court. ()f those cited to appear only one was ipresent, Peter Klavanaugh, aged 13. Peter's father was present and told the court he would see to it that the boy went to school. Mr. Kavanaugh declared lie had not been served with a notice of his boy's absence from school, but the truant officer declared that two notices had been served, one while Mr. Kavanaugh was at dinner in the house. The court allowed the boy to go with his father, but admonished the latter that if hie did not keep Peter in school he would not get a trial next time, but would be put in the industrial school. John Reitz was also charged with running away from school. Hlis grandfather, Mr. King, said the boy was good. "lle is all right, but will not go to school?" he said, and he has a habit of going through my pockets when I am asleep." "Just the same as if he was married to you, eh?" remarked the court. The truant officers were ordered to proceed to Brown's ranch, where the boy is now staying, and bring him to the industrial school. GALT COAL THE ONLY COAL $7.00 T 6ALT COAL CO. OFFICE 8414 UTAH AVI. TELEPHONE 213 SUICIDE IS YERDICT IN SHELTON CASE CORONER'S JURY DECIDES THAT THE 15-YEAR-OLD GIRL TOOK HER LIFE HERSELF. ADOPTED FATHER TALKS Dennis Regan Says the Girl Had the Beat of Treatment-Grieved Over a Letter From Her Sister. The coroner's inqulest into the death of Miss lilanche Venita Shelton held last evening at Richards' nItdertaking estab lishmient restlted in a verdlict of suictile. Miss Sheltonl died from the etfects of carbolic acid in her roo.,m :t 140 W\..st ]'latincmn street. Miss Shelton worked as a doume tic ill the home of Mrs. hlenry Santl.hl. 'Trohc with her foster parents. r sr, anM d .1Mrs. I)ctnis Rlit gait, 5.4 West Il:y strict. , \Wa'lkervillr, is 'caid to be the craise of the girl's dcc'.plndrency. D)r. MlcCrinicon, testilitd laust tight as to the cause: tof the( girl's dcath. .1. A1. Settle and Mrs. l'.isect.llutr. ;who w'r,: called in shorty lfter Miss Shelton Ihuci taken poisont , told of liniling her dIal body. lThe funeral will ie hhl tmccorrtw atfller Say Reports Are False. I n)tettlis Itegl;ll . Uctcl. antlld lii flh r hv adc ltiucc, of Illa:che SI .Iheilton, ae.,: ,iaI . by his hIrtcler, Jocihn RItgani, tcalled at the ltter M..Icn tain oflitce this mt'riing Ito dr. clare' tIhat reports llct it ti' ltithe girl hal received anything itit kidll; treetloh nt it the Regact lome were i,.solutely fitie. I)ertis te anc. cwitlh Ihis br, hter coi robh rating every stitellC iccl t, cail: t11 is not onllly false, bill .i'uc. 'lled for i to inti ;ut that lianchille evr iwais treateid tcniliy ;t our hoiie. b ie iadlp I her li ncl IIer sister 't:mily, with a third ichild, iln Colora.i in i8li andi hallve treated tihem ls ior oiwn children ever since. .My Ihoie hi:s ii it ,here in Silver Ilow contily for -io years, and never in, that time until the ip:t. ett hats any e itl uttered a word gall tl tihe chaaracter of mlcys'elf o.r of my wife. We are poor peoplde. hlt w have e given tholti, girls ever'thing that ianly lpairents l $..5', ai diay could give them, W\hy. I evci hioctht lit ttn at $3ou0 piano oh the incstallmentl phla. We have sent the girls to school, to churIch, tried tic rear thent is. good. virtuouits swoniic and give them steh advantace tts ias w.s as we could. Itlanhche, Ihowever, wort, ntit it tend school of late "d did ',ot set .o to desire to do anything iny ipar tie;lar . In fact she was growintg *wayward. A place ts a domlestic was secured for lher. hiit she gave it tp and without our knowledge secured anothcr place, which she alsoi gi;ve upi. T'lhen, qtuite ltknllwn to ustt, ;hle se cured this place where she tok cpoistIn. Letter the Cause. "The actual cause otf her act wais ncit any ill treatment sie had received, hut it let ter which' her sisteir l'mily wrote to miy wife. We had lost track of ilith c ail cotl not find her. Thlen we got tit ltter from Eltmily saying the girl had chainted ther place several titmes. nit Sttlliay nitiht may wife and my brother John went to tlhe city hall to ask Detective Jerry M.lurphy to do what he couldtt to find the girl. Tlheir purpose was to get her homce and strive toi get her to lead a cmore orderly lifte. Blanche heard of this and cantte to cur house. 'lTherue site learned of the letter written by her sister and it worked ton her miind greatly. I am s~atistied that it wa; the cauise of her suicide. liere is thel let ter." The missive was writlten in pencil on fotutr sheets of note liaper, was poorly spelled and blurred, but the text is about aeS follows: "Jlutte City, Mont.--\ Well, Mannmma. I suppose you thiik that Ilanche is working where I told you at 5 t 5 West lark street. hut if site dlid't go lholi:e ahout two or three weeks ago I dln't know ,where abouts she is. Mrs. Cutler sent for Inc. She wanted to see mt and I went downl in the aftcrnoon and I heard that itlatche left her place and I asked where was she sta:y ing and the parties said they thouighlt she was staying on Blroadway, 21. I made in qjuiriks and Mrs. Doc. Scivc.s told me that she had seen itlanche three or four days ago playing on the street. I was talking to Mrs. Shivey antu she told mte that Blanche was an awful liar. She could not break her of it. After she quit Mrs. l.eay sihe came ulp about 9:o30 p. ll. antd it was clark. Slhe cane up crying and told mei LMrs. Lcay found a note unider the door and blamted her for it. I read thie nole and 1 said that she wrote it. She said she did not. I bought her when she was down there two suits unlderwear, two flannelette nightgowns, one worolen knit coat and two pairs of stockings. It all equals at $4 and some cents. I wanted her for to take her $3 and go home, but site would not. Site ithen worked for Mrs. Christmarker and she stayed there two days, or a day and one night, and then she went to .Mrs. Shivey. She got 6o cents from Mrs. Crist marker, and she took her $3 and bought a $t.95 wrapper and two apronts. I didn't see the wrapper at all. She would of got $.0 if she would stay in at night. They were three girls, the youngest was about 1I years old, the other to and the other ]8. The two oldest just come fromt the sisters' convent. I cannot find her no place. I inquired from Pearl Brinz and she said she was not home, but she met her on the street all dressed up with an other girl. I told the baker for to ask Mrs. Shivey if she had her girl yet and lie told mue just now she could not keep her the minute she would turn her back she was gone. "Well, I thought that I would let you know. You might think I knew all about her, but I don't know a thing about her now for two weeks 1 have never seen her. She had a home then. They made her go to church every Sunday and they hired a woman for clean up the house once a week. She didn't do a bit of cooking and didn't get up until 7 every morning. If you don't believe me see Mrs. Spivey just below the Montana bakery, Well, I close, hoping that you will find her. Yours re spectfully, "THE BLACK INDIAN, EMMA." AN ENDORSEMENT Butte, Mont., October 54, 1903. Inter Mountain Publishing Co, City: Gentlemet-We have carefully examined Cram's Popular Family Atlas and find It reli. able and up-to-date in every particular. Very respectfully, Rice & Fulton, Butte Business College, Jones' Dairy Farm Sausage at P. J. B3rophy'., CRIMINAL DOCKET IN DISTRICT COURT JUDGE MIcCLERNAN SETS GRAND LARCENY AND OTHER CASES FOR TRIAL IN HIS COURT. MURDER MATTERS TO COME This Session Will Emlrace a Plumber of interesting Trials-Majority of the Cases Are Not Set. Today's session of Judge McClertlan's court was takien up with the setting of a number of cases for trial. In arranging the cahn:lar those defenl ants now in jail and who are charged Sith felonies, were given the first places (,n the list. 'I hr following cases were set for hear ing nt the datet atppedtlid: State vs. Hiandolph, grand larceny; No v llr h'r 17, Stat' va. Frank Gervais, grand larceny; ,oveumb r I1l. ;tat vs. I lenry Cortland, forgery; No vt other ro. ;`:tt t v,. Nancy IIanks, grand larc:ny; .., vl'il i 'b r .so. 'lk :cas, of l.yia (iouth, charged w:th t;:.:itl ].revtly ; Siephtcl;t Ferrara, grand l:irc'enIy: A. ('. Iro;lerson, forgery; Sal v;it.re F'r:w.'te'chi, nelrdler Albert Icck Iian, 101lller: Joseph ('ltanus, seduction, and wIv.t!avil Ftelker. ttmurder, were also scit dtwnilt i, t he ('I c.lln!:r, but ino tinme has he, n set fr tri . Wants More Time. In the ase' of ,dia o(;ulid, Attorney N:wt* nt ask-,l tI t il it he placed at the bitwt, of tie ealenidar. Judg,+ McClemtant anllloulnce "i that he was anxious to dis .se of li' minor lll' ,is so as to give a char fl;, for,: tit' lntlre serious cases, such as mtir ler, ttc. I'Th, maltter was not dis p t I o". i,;t it swill tn st likely cotnl up on lite .:.e A. C. Irowlerson, charged with fosgin. twto ig*atires Ito ta li.n I ill undertaking, wasl in e..rt anId annu.nced th.t in the ah 7 ' " n; his attorney from the city lie wt:!i l rie l'el"l the court to fix De)cember a as tlhe ii ein for Ilatil.. 'The court staled ti1i,t tht, caic would not lie set for hea:ing at pre t tlit. In the catse of IHeckmahn. charged with th., t:o .r .: t, i lclcn Kelly, a i7-year-.l l girl, andt Salv'atore Franceschi. heltl ,i a thiugte i f tiirer in killing I)e,nlty S'( ri' 1.' arre, the cotlrt rel'n st.- that t!:e d f'ittii::tis :'t '' i: t courtl tomorrow li.rnin; ug t:,I h" w', l1 : ct their cases. Camuo Not Ready. Jost iph C('inn was nIt ready andl ts ace lion \ias I. kien oni his cale. (llnmus is che:rii.1l with brintitig a youllng woIani fr|",: I.Prol,,. to I ;Itle under a promise of Iiartiagin . ,1t!t whten s.le arrived, accordl in:: to lithe all gantiots of tile comiplaint, the wvas c inpll,lld to lead a life of shame. In the c .s. of l.lcwe!lyn Felker, charged with killiig J ames i unininghatn, his brothit-in-law. JuIRg" McCh.rtan reqtu.,ted the cu:rlaty attorney's office to make appli clatiitil ftior a cllI.lge of vstitune, as it ltteant "t hiavy t- lst to t c toltllVy to try the cast here. O ing t t lthe fact that the case has .a:iintdl such w iti.esprecad notoriety in Silver.l I! ' cotnty it sti!l be hard to get a j try lto delcide it. The charge of set,.tIl degree aisat'lt tiled against Felker fur the part he took inl the jailbreak when ('harles Lenniox, the in trrcr,. escaped, was this mloring disti.irelI on inotion of the cnu:nty att.irniv's oflice. Paddy Rodge's' Case. I' ,Ily Rodgers will doubtless hle ex oilcrat d of the ch'large of assault pre fteril against hilm for the part he took it, tlti jailireak. WVhen tihe matter sas incllti:nc.il today the court stated tha.t ; n wa;t. utinder thet impression that the charge had bhctn diiiised. It has not, however, hut will dnoublt!:s he at tomollrrow Ilmorllillg's session. A brother of P'addy's is now in jail doing tilll fr assault, but when Paddy got out of jail recently on habeas corpus proceed ings hlie tok ia trill away frotm town. In the cas;e of Walter Brooks. who was convicted and given eight years in the penitentiary for killing Emory Chevrier, whom lie found in a room with his wife in the Maule block several months ago, w\ill doubtless comiie up for a hearing on a new trial at this term of court. The court stat.d that it was not necessary to. issue a cit:ltiJl for Brooks to return to Butte froill Ielena for the reason that it would bie several weeks before Brooks' calse would hle called. 'ThIe case agaiist Al Maley, charged with gr;tnd Iarceny, was ordtlered dismissed by thle coult upoll conisent of the county at torney'sB oflice, anld Maley's hands were cxnlllerateld and hrl Ie was dlischarged. 'IThe work of sclectitg a jur'r will begin oni l'uesday mornling, one week from to day. BUTTE BRIEFS Orton Bros. Pianos and organs. Samuel D. Tresedder, an italian, ap peared before Judge 11cClernan this morn ing to secure his first papers. When he produced his affidavit of residence, etc., it was discovered that tlhey had not been filled out and certified to properly, and the court told him to get the matter fixed up by tomorrow morning and he would be heard. Dr. Schapps, Cwsley blk. Tel. No. s6. There will be union services by the churches of the city Thanksgiving morn ing, The place has not yet been decided on, but it is probable that the Auditorium will be selected, The matter was left to be decided at the next meeting of the Mikis terial association, which meets next Mon day at I o'clock. Lippincott & Darrow, 266 Pennsylvania block. The meeting of the Newsboys' club last night in Carpenters' union hall was well attended. The boys were out in great nutm bers and enjoyed the program presented. Mrs. Frakes told of her trip to the Iast, Mrs. Gray of a trip to South Africa, and Mrs. Currah read a story; there was also singing and instrumental music. ,M, A. F. Bray made himself popular with.ttbkt members by sending a supply of cand'. J. G. Bates, piano tuner. Residence, "The Dorothy." Tel. 699-A. THIE DESIGNER AND DELINEATOR. The December numbers of these popular household pmagazines are ready today at the P. 0.. News Stand, also Pictorial Re view, Elite Styles, Junior Toilettes, Some thing to Read, Princess Novelette, and many other popular books, g' West Park street. i,265 BALLOTS IN 24 SHORT HOURS MEAGHER COUNTY CONTESTANT HAS BROKEN ALL RECORDS IN INTER IMOUNTAIN RACE. HER RIVAL ALSO DOES WELL Miss Jaokson Now Leads the Silver Bow County List-Fair Officials Promise a Good Time. (Contined front Page Two.) tural departments will he the finest and also the largest the world has even seen. "There will be a6 acres of space de voted to these exhibits, ao acres to agri culture and six acres to horticulture. In Chicago there was only two acres to fruits, and more than double the amount of space allowed for these departments has been asked for. "'The department of horticulture is m:aking a special feature of the exhibit of fresh fruits in cold storage, and no state is permitted space except on agreement to keep that space supplied with fruit from the first to the last day of the fair. In this way everyone visiting the fair will have an eplportunity to see the fruits in natural conrlition the whole seven months of the fa:ir. lEach state is putting in cold storage this fall sufficient fruit to keep the neces sary supply on hand until the new fruits are ripe. "My reports show that ro.nno Iushels of apllek are being put in storage for this ex hibit. "I find here in Montana that Mr. Ed war'l s pa Iersonally supervised the pack ira, of a whole car of fresh fruits and will have it all in cold storage by the 25th of the month, then it will be sent to St. l.ouis anld I'*ceed in storage there until April 30 whent the fair opens, at which time part of it nil be placed in the Montana exhibit. "The fair grounds cover ,j3oo acres and a6 departments covering the arts and in du.,trics of the world will be exhibited. There are 15 exhibit palaces now rapidly nearing completion: parks, lakes and state buildhlgs will make of the grounds the mosit beautiful spot ever seen by the people of the world." WILL BE A GREAT SHOW "Send ,it young wolnmcn to the World's fair fromt Montana l That is wonderful, antl the most generntluI art I ever heard of. Your paper must have great enterprise to mtake; such an olffer!" was the exclanta tin of Mrs. J. B. Montgomery of Port landl. (Ire.. who is a guest of Mrs. J. K. ('lark in thlis city, when told of the Inter Maountain contest. Mrs. Montgomery is a Illttmber of the W.oomat's Board of Mana gers of the World's Fair and is now on her way to attend a meeting of the bo:trd in St. Louis. When seen by a representative of the Inter Mountain last evening before she left for Helena, Mrs. Montgomery was brimming over with enthusiasm at the outlook of success in store for the great fair. She expressed herself as delighted with the cordial receltion with which her elforts had been met in Oregon and con grattlated Montana's board of commission ers in having the forethought to appoint a Wot:ant,'s Auxiliary committee, but re gretted lthat the same had not been done in lher own state. But she hastened to addl that she felt sure it was an1 oversight that would be corrected. In fact she scctmcd a bit jeal ous that Montttana had eclipsed Oregon in the smallest detail toward making her ex hibit and teprees. ntatiot at the fair supe rior to that of (rteg'iln. ''I cmt so plea;ed with the enterprise of your paper in seLnding those young women down t(o St. .Lonis that I wish you to state that I promise, now, on. behalf of the \\'Woman's lardl of Managers of tile \Vorll's Fair that the board will give a hcatutiful reception in their honor while in St. I.,,,kis. It will be a great pleasure to m1e to bring the matter before the board meIeting :nl assist in arranging all the de tails of the reception. It is an oppor tunity that comtes only once in a life time andl I ,hall take a personal interest, as a woman of the Northwest, in these fortu nate young ladies and -make it a point to do all possible to add to their pleasure. "()regun? (), O(regonl will make a splendid showing at the fair. The last legislature ailpropriated $50,ooo, but much torce than duubl, thlat will be used, con triluted fromt other sources. Then, too, as outr own I.ewis and Cltrke exposition will open iln t,)05 it is the intention of tlhote exhibiting to prepare for both ex positilts at thle same time: in this way Oregot will Ihave a finer exhibit than could ha:tve been with so small ant a|,lropria tion. "T'he building will lbe a facsimnile of the old Clatsop fort occupied by Lewis and C('larke when they wilntered in Oregon in 18o5. It will he surrounded by the stock ade antd be a complete reproduction of the old fort, "T'he exhibit will be principally agri cultural, horticultural and fish prodtlucts, T'hese are thle greatest industries of the state. "No, there will bie no separate display of womtan's work at the fair, as it was considered best to ttakle no distinction in sex in regard to thle work exhibited. But the womanl's hoard decided to erect a large luilding to be perfectly equipped for the use of little chlildren and batbies. This has bIeen decided on and the W'orld's Fair conullissioners are having it erected on the gruntlds. "This building will be in charge of a superintendent with a corps of trained nurses and a physician in charge. Here all mothers can leave the little ones knowing they are in comtpetent hands, and be free to see the sights of the fair without the added burden of caring for their children. "Proper food will be provided, also playrooms, play grounds, cots, hamamocks, chairs, toys of all kinds and descriptions for theml. And the details will be so Dr. Lyon's PERPEOT Tooth Powder Used by people of refinement for, over a quarter of a century CIPARID BPAel Y Prices lLLE Crowded ANOTHER. BIG DAY DOWN A THE RED BOOI I DESPITE the storm of yesterday this store was crowded from half after seven until 6 o'clock, closing time. Hundreds and hundreds of pairs of seasonable feet coverings were sold-"to-wit"-all styles of Rubbers, Overshoes, Leggings, Felt Shoes and Slippers, for men, women and children, and hundreds of pairs were added to take their places for today and tomorrow. There's no use talking people 'bout here know values, and that they know them has, and is being fully demonstrated each day by the crowds of people who visit this GREAT SALE daily. ,New things will be added to the field each day, and there wil be a har vest of bargains-for the people. Reap while you may. TOMORROW'S Special Attraction Will Be a Renewed Selling of Women's Fine Shoes, fOSTER CO.'S, and many °other makes of fine $5, $6 and $7 shoes at -3.45 MONTANA'S IIRA SALBOOT L BIGGEST IO r tHE SiSOE SALE Sale Closes Any Time PEOPLE complete that no possible danger of losing a child can exist. I look on this as one of the greatest institutions in the fair grounds. The mother will be at liberty to visit the children as many times a day as she desires. "What do I think of the fair? I feel assured that it will be one of the greatest that the world has ever seen. For in stance, the Philippines has had set aside 4o acres of ground for an exhibit from that country. These islands will reproduce the Manila bridge celebrated for its beauty and architecture, also the boulevard which travelers declare to be the most beautiful in the world. There will be many unique exhibits from the islands, including the little horses and queer carriages used by the natives. There will also be family groups of the natives. "China will also have the first exhibit ever shown before the world. There are now in St. Louis 16 native carpenters of China working under the direction of a prince of royal blood. These men are erecting a magnificent reproduction of a Chinese public building and it is prom ised that it will be tilled with many of the most costly productions of that mysteri ous country. "The Butte woman? I am delighted with her. The cordial and hospitable man ner in which I have been received in your city has made me very happy. Really I thought Oregon had quite all the charming women in the Northwest, but 1 cannot think this after meeting so many of the women of Butte. They are so cultured, so sincere, so freec and natural that I am de lighted that I came to visit my friend, Mrs. Clark. It will be a great pleasure to meet them again in St. Louis and my own home, Portland. "I trust that Montana will come to the Lewis & Clarke exposition and then I can meet them all again, I hope." Mrs. Montgomery is a woman of much prominence and wealth in Portland and deeply interested in all lines of work in which women are found today. But her one fad-if such it dared he called--is beautifying of the city. It is said that she has done much toward making her own city of Portland one of the beauty spots of the Pacific coast. She left the city last night to visit Miss Cruse in Hel ena, where she will he handsomely enter tained. Miss Cruse is chairman of thi Woman's Auxiliary committee of the Mon tana World's Fair commission and has called the committee, consisting of Mrs. W. W. Cheely of this city and Mrs. Carson of Great Falls, to meet with her today in Helena. To Meet at St. Louis. Chicago, Nov. to.-The National Edu cational association decided to hold the next annual convention of that body In July, 90o4, at St. Louis, in connection with the educational exhibit of the World's Fair. The only other city which asked for the meeting was Portland, Ore. Coming to the Fair. St. Louis, Nov. to.-Crown Prince Gus taf of Sweden and Prince Frederick, crown prince of Denmark, will visit the World's Fair next year, NOTICE. Owing to the death of the grand patron 'of Montana, O. E. S., there will be no meeting of the whist club Wednesday night. FIORENCE HAMMER, Secretary. No More Toy Pistols, Chicago, Nov, to.--Tie city coutncil last night passed an ordinance prohibiting the sale of toy isntols in Chicago. EXCEPTIONS BILLS II MINNIE HEALY Judge Clancy this morning finished hearing the bill of exceptions in the Minnie Hleal, case, in which "Miles Finlen is the plaintilf and F. A. ileinze is the defendant, and settled the same. Judge Clancy allowed all of the amendments proposed by Judge McHlatton for licinze, and Attorney L. O. Evans took an exception to the order. The hearing of the bill of exceptions to the orders of the court connected with the trial of the case, and to the judgment of Judge Clancy giving the Minnie Healy mine to lleinze was begun yesterday. When the hearing was opened Judge Mcilat ton proposed two amendmnents to the bill of the plaintiff, and also asked that portions of the bill be stricken out. lie was of the opinion that his amendments and the bill, as it should be when amended to suit him, would correctly record the doings of the court in the case. After hearing the matters pre sented, the court took the same view. Yesterday a dispute arose between Judge Mclnatton and Mr. Evans concerning the statements of the record as to what had been done by the plaintiff's attorneys, in asking for a hearing upon the application for a re* straining order and an injunction before the trial. Ilhe official court stenographer, Mr. Led widge, therefore, today was called upon to read his stenographic notes in part. When the notes had been read it was fottud that they did not agree quite to a hair silt the court's minutes upon the question, dra..sln by the clerk of Judge Clancy's departmcnt, Mr. Davies. The minutes said that Attorney C. V. Kel. ley, for the plaintiff, had asked for a reviv:a of the restraining order in the case, but the notes referred to an "injunctlon." 'the notes bore out Judge MelIatton's view of what had been done, but the minutes supported Mr. Evans' contention. Judge Mcllatton asked the court to amend the minutes to conform to the notes. iThe court replied that he thought the minutes and the notes did not disagree materially. "I think they are about the same thing. But the English language is so versatile and ver. bose that it is not always possible to under stand it," said he, and then he allowed the amendment against the objection of Alr. Evans, who took an exception to the ruling. Judge Mctfatton was required to write his own amenldment to the minutes, anld it took him about 1f minittles to get up the draft, which the clerk was instructed by the court to insert on the margin of the minute book, That concluded the investigation of the record of the proceedings, and the court made his order allowing the amendments, over the objection of Mr. Evans, who took an ex" ception to that ruling also. INFANT INVALID, Pale babies become rosy and pretty babies when fed on Mellin's Food. Mellin's Food strengthens. o besutlfullyprintedpages of helpful hints abouthe and c ding of Infants," ,ound In cloth, will be sent you free If you l OOD for It, FOOD CO., BOSTON, MASS.