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HEALTH is the
Most Important
In buying rood-products several things are to be thought
of-i. e., Economy, Results, Easy Handling, Reliability,
but the most important is Health.
Health means everything. In buying clothes, shoes,
hats, furniture, etc., if the buyer is deceived and gets an
imitation the only harm is loss of money. In buying food
products, if imitations are supplied, there is not only a loss
of money but perhaps an injury to health- which is
beyond price.
Remember these facts bwhen buying baking powder.
ROYAL BAKING
POWDER
ABSOLUTELY PURE
TO REDUCE NAVIES
OF ENTIRE WORLD
CONGRESSMAN ROBINSON WANTS
TO EMPOWIER PRESIDENT TO
OPEN NEGOTIATIONS.
ALL CUT DOWN TOGETHER
Think Powers Might Agree to Have Less
Men and Fewer Ships and Still
Maintain World's Peace.
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS,
Washington, Dec. iz.-Reprcsentative
Gibson Robinson of Tennessee yesterday
introduced a resolution looking toward the
reduction of the navy, .rmament of the
maratime nations of the world. It au
thorizes the president to "open negotia
tions with such and so many of the mara
time nations of the earth as he may deem
expedient for the purpose of formulating
some international agreement whereby the
naval armaments of such nations may be
reduced to the minimum consistent with
the adequate policing of its own waters
and shores and the protection of its own
citizens in other lands; the international
suppression of piracy, privateering and let
ters of marque on the high seas and, with
the efficient enforcement of international
obligations, and the international main
tenance of peace."
GREAT NORTHERN ENGINE
DERAILED ON CROSSING
Traffic Delayed for Some Time on South
Utah Street.
Street car service on Utah street was in
terrupted for more than an hour last even
ing by the derailing of a Great Northern
locomotive directly on the crossing. The
mishap occurred about 8 o'clock, the en
gine running into a frog because of the
accumulation of snow and ice on the track.
With the 'big engine standing helpless on
the road it was impossible for the street
cars to move in either direction over the
crossing and hundreds of townspeople, who
were en route to the skating rink, were
seriously incommoded for a time. All the
extra cars that were available were pressed
into service and by means of transfers,
traffic was cotltinued in a way and those
headed for the rink finally suceeded in get
ting there, many of them having to walk.
For hest results advertise your wants
in the Inter Mountain.
, --
$1.00
For one full quart
bottle Black Raven
Whiskey. Four
quarts for $3.00.. .
Black Raven Whiskey is 8
years old. We guarantee
it pure. For $8.40 we ship
in plain box toany point on
the railroad in Montana, ex
press prepaid, 4 full quarts
of Black Raven Whiskey.
Try it. If you don't find
it all right send it back at
our expense and your $3.40
will be returned to you by
next mailj
Wines, Liquors and Brandies
for the Holiday Season. . .
N[WBRO DRUG CO.
109 N. Main St., Butte
Largest Drug House In the State
LEGISLATORSRETURN
FROM HELENA
The train which got in from Helena
late last evening brought nearly all the
members of the Silver Bow delegation
back to Butte. Among them were Rep
resentatives Dempster, Axtell, Lynch,
L.ienemann. Shannon, Duggan, Farmer
and WVhiteley. Representative MlcGin
niss did not return with them.
Senator Jacob Albright and Representa
tive Frank B. Linderman of Madison
county and Speaker White of Beaverhead
also came over, and put up at the different
hotels to rest tip before starting for home
today. Representative Lishou of Granite
also stopped over in Butte. Replrescuta
tives T. C. O'Keefe, J. Morrissey, L. E.
Beaudry. Fred Gagnecr and J. H. Schwcnd
of Deer Lodge were among those ont the
train. Representatives Beaudry, Gagner
and Schwcndl kept right on to Anacouda.
Most of the members of the Silver Bow
delegation who returned were very tired,
and for that reason they did not show up
down town very early in the day. Repre
sentative Dempster was one of the few
exceptions to this rule. He was at his
desk in the free employment office at his
usual hour, looking as if nothing had hap
pened to him at all, and was attending to
business in the same old way. The fair
trial bills do not affect his ollice, which
aims to give everybody a fair trial any
way.
From such as could be found around
town the impression was gained that the
results of the extra session were satisfac
tory. Even the eight members who per
sisted in voting against what the people
had asked the legislature to do were in
clined to admit that it was all right in
the sense that it was as fair for one side
to a legal controversy as it was to another.
Towle & Winterhalter give beautiful
souvenirs with every $r or more purchase
at their opening Saturday, Monday and
Tuesday.
J, G. NASH APPOINTED
RECEIVES CREDENTIALS AS THE
SUCCESSOR TO W. R. MEECH
WITH GREAT NORTHERN.
J. G. Nash received from St. Paul yes
terday afternoon his credentials authoriz
ing hitm to succeed William R. Meech as
city ticket agent for the Great Northern
road in Butte. He left for St. Paul last
night to finally arrange for the transfer
here, expecting to return next Wednes
day.
,Mr. Nash will bring his family here
front White Bear lake, Minn., where they
reside. Mr. Nash has been running into
Butte for several weeks as a ticket ex
changer on the road and is not particu
larly a stranger in Montana.
He was once depot agent at Grand
Forks, N. D., and is thoroughly familiar
with the railroad business.
Mr. and Mrs. Meech will leave for Se
attle next Thursday. After spending a
few days there and in Victoria they will
sail for San Francisco on one of the
steamers of the Pacific Coast Steamship
company en route to Los Angeles, where
Mr. Meech will become district passenger
agent for the company.
Flat Curiosity.
[Cincinnati Commercial-Tribune.l
"We have decided to take up house
keeping."
"How high up?"
Moneyback says "Schill.
ing's Best
tea baking.powder spices
coffee flavoring extracts sods
are such as you want at the
prices you choose to pay."
At your grocer's.
EPISCOPALIANS 00DO
NOT FAVOR CHANGE
VOTE IS AGAINST TAMPERING WITH
THE NAME OF THE DENOMI
NATION AT THIS TIME.
SOME ENTIRELY AGAINST IT
But a Good Vote Is From the People
Who Believe It May Be Wise to
Take a New Name Later.
BY AShSOu Al 'I ' I. i SS,
Milwaukee, Dec. zI.- The News says
no change will be made in the ntame of
the l'rotestant Ipiscopal church in the
near futu re aln the next tricllial couin
cil of that church will take Ino action
whatever on the movelllent wshich lhas bheen
on foot for a change ilf mie of the church
to the Catholic Church of America.
T'he statistics in regard to the vote
on the change of name were collected by
the l.iviing church, aIl IEpiscopal order
of the city. and was as afollows:
"The vote which favored the change
at once: Iishops. is ; clergy, 940o; laity,
6..,883; the votle against the change Was:
Bishops,, 2r ; clergy, 384; laity, 82,655.
"The vote which fnvvored an ultimate
changce, uint did not desire at this time,
was, 2 bishops, 5(16 clergy antId 2,341J
laity. The largest vote dlid ot pass iat
all on Pht questionm of a change, but con
sidlered it unwise to act oil the ut stionll at
thi, time."
SERVIAN CRISIS DUE
FOREIGN DIPLOMATS ARE LEAVING
AND IT IS THOUGHT THERE
WILL BE TROUBLE.
IY A.soi'IAl T I'IHlR'sS.
Vienna, Dec. i .-According to a dis
patch from Belgrade, Austrian and Turkish
ministers are preparing to leave the city,
ostensibly for a long holiday. The Rus
sian and Italian representatives have also
left Belgrade on a similar pretext.
The real reason for the exodus of the
diplomats, however, is said to lie that King
Peter has tnegatived the demailds of these
miniisters .for the punishment of the as
sassins of King Alexander and Queen
Draga.
Other reports say that the Turkish min
ister at Belgrade protested to the minister
of foreign affairs against the secret
preparations which are alleged to be going
on in Servia for the purpose of supporting
an outbreak in old Servia next spring. To
this protest the foreign minister gave an
evasive answer, whereupon the Turkish
minister left Belgrade.
It is considered likely the departure of
the other ministers may be based on the
alleged intention of Servia to interfere in
Macedonian affairs.
DISTURBERS OF PEACE
ARE FINED $5 EACH
Thomas Riley and Thomas Bonnell, who
were found guilty of disturbance by Jus
tice Doran yesterday, were fined $5 each,
Riley was committed to the county jail
on failure to pay up. James Oil, who Is
implicated in the row, has not been ar
rested.
The disturbance occurred at the saloon
of Judge Balkovetz, in Silver Bow Park.
PARIS CRIME STATISTICS.
150 Murders and 3,000 Criminal Assaults
During the Year.
BY ASSOCIATEDn PRs.,
Paris, Dec. a2.-Local police have com
pleted the gathering of statistics relating
to crime in Paris.
During the year ending Decemaber 31,
a total of 70,669 cases occupied their at
tention, of which 3,000 were criminal as
a saults and I5o were murders or attempted
murders,
.JOYOUS CHRISTMAS
SEASON NOW NEAR
THIS IS THE TIME WHEN THE NEAT
HOUSEWIPE SALLIES FORTH
TO BUY PRESENTS.
GIVE USEFUL GIFTS TO ALL
It Is Even Better to Remember Children
With Something They Can Use
Than With Machine Toys.
I"very day has its problems to settle,
lout it might he s.lil to say that more of
th ilt are crowdled into the ao days or so
cu tdling Christmas time than during hailf
.1 )ir subslequent. These are the days
ibhelt a large majority of the nmillions of
p"rslt1nts whIo are goinig to make warm andl
i'ppy ithe heart of soi1me chihl or some
hve-td one with a gift are getting their wits
tgethllr to go forth andl buy.
I lore aild there, everywherel, these .shop
pIers goi tr) ing to titd just the tight things
Ifor the right persons.. The re.ult is that
the stores aire crowded, the streets
thron1ged .and tIhe we'.iried sals1.ten tinl
',d,.swo..lun havl.e need of all the patience
aild reserve strengtlll stored p11 during their
S;oatiol time. Thlle llewspapers swell their
oil.i.ns withl advertising, Ittil the curious
reaIders findl it necessary to take an extra
hour off so as to reiad thle ads. IEvery
wot(11,IIt is seen these evelliitgs closely scall
IIng th' c.intllllln.s of advertising sto ;as to
. 5101 ts the next day, wihest otut on her
..11%l Itundt of sho)lllppig.
Department Stores Busy.
This is r fth hse .c.i when the departlenl
c, ltt I is in l ivor. is so titiIy thingi s l nll
tbe stln without taking untiecetss.uy stlp.s.
I11 this s'eas..tl lt sIhopping it is hest to till
wit a list of the things ione iatr Isto put r
rchae. htn go furth andt gathter ilht'l in.
Ihiis will keep the pmrtli.h. fro ttt do
tp.ir anld llte lttse.s frIiom bech mie g nests
, irrit.able wives .itd tmittt ers.
SChrlistitas is inoted for the lihtening of
the p ,ockelt..k, but it also light ,ns tile
heartt, 'The gift is a syihbol th 11 l .ty of
ne's belter nature, but it ptlls happiness
i1o 1i the Il ves iof othe 'lrs. I'it.I,hll itgl h th1
-itl IIm;ly Ie, a had 'ig.r, a gmtllly itnek
sot rf or pair of slippers three sires too
laurge, to sly nothing of tile tw.rlng kited
nI .oe gpiw, for the "dear little woman..,
what's tht,- litlereire? for ant'lhiitg well
meani ;llt tis o(tI Inst ; it Ihlpts simewhee.
In bhuying at this s.eason it ii s wIll it Ih'
Ipractic:l lasi well as urmll nell talli. Ihis. is
ith seasn. l of ustfll.ness. A gift that wvill
aull to the ticomfort of chiilren is ittrte ip
p.rieclited, hanise it lasts so much luotgir
than the flimsy tinsel things so conpinmsus
in the stores at this sea; ,n.
oite wIIordI regarding '.lnslivn.' lto.
\1 \y puit s. much mloty into an intricate
m1chanialal toy that will hrtalk down, whens
sill mucih tollrle joy cat be golttenl frloml sev
eral simpler gifts ¶itlh lIhe s.uitt' tlontey?
It is he.t to reme.lbtr as many children
as possible rlather Ithan sprtul a lot of
nmoney on (ille child. 'there art. so lmlny
littlt ones lhut uSAt Ils who trust that old
Santal ('h lats will be liheral with thetm.
So with the spirit oif ('hrislmat s tIver lte
city, Il.n, women and children are ctrowd
ing ach othelir at the ltloutersi alhd tI the
sir, -eking to aii Sl thi g il llg ill '
\way iof a delightful siurprise in the lIttt.,I
ones faer indl titor.
TRACES HIS RUIN TO THE
SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR
German Colonel Married a Cuban Heiress
But Her Fortune Dwindled.
IV A~RO I' IA'I III 1'I , tiI,
Bhrlin, ])'('. i,. 'flh' .S tllihi Amliericatn
war is helI res. nsil , hl for the fii(nin ial
:ird oral ruin i f C i'l. ;i.1etz S hw;lto n
t11iss, of thl,' ;rnairilr Irientllil t Franl
hir! ,n the-- der, whn, 'T r-n day, wvas .en
I) el( to twir y's nl thri e uiontlis ii a
penitenttiary fur filrg.inh the si ntu, 'sm,l of
the c'mitral.es ld their wives to t prolis
",'rv notecs.
Schw:luleni l'iss nl:rricl. :a1 i,anii hlei, vs
having all incinile : oin'i tini In $I . 25llu he
for- Ch wh har. The incomni lapilly dliiuii
is .,l during i h . wa;r al l finiltlly (.iiasid.
EPWORTH LEAGUE ELECTS
The EIworih League,. of tIhe ;race M.
E. 'chliic I' ehlected thur fh.lllo.ij ( Ilt l l.r(
sit tlh (. last rue ut lig: lerry II. SheIrrart,
ple.idlntlut Miss 'l;i!l Sigoul n-y, first vice
ll',.ilenlt ItRoy Fiariham, Isould vice pres.
idetit; MIrs. M. C. It. lait. third vice plires
14it; Mrs. I., M. Knox, fourlth vice lresi
denti; Miss A 1h lihe lucl hir, secretary; Clif
ford ll a)nvenport, treasullrr.
FOR OUR
EBONY
GOODS
We claim that none better could
be made. There is so much com
mon stained wood sold under the
name of ebony that people have
a right to be suspicious of all
called ebony. But for six years
we have handled Deitsch Broth
ers' ebony, and we will guarantee
to say that the first brushes we
sold are not worn out yet, even
though they have been in daily
use. The difference in the qual
ity is so marked we are surprised
that any should buy the imita
tion, even at halfhte price. But
the queer thing is, the price is
Sbout the same that we get for
he best. Let us show you.
HIGHT &
FAIRFIELD CO.
Second Shipment
of Bedding
HARK! If you hear anything drop it's our bedding prices. Down they
come with a "dull, sickening thud." Those famous downaline comforts,
one sheet of pure, soft, fluffy downs line full size of the comfort. Comforts
6 feet and 4 inches wide by 7 feet and 2 inches long, covers come off and
can be wished. Downaline never bunches up in thick hard spots, the ideal
comfort. The second lot this season. The lowest prices ever.
Downaline Downaline Downaline
Comforts Comforts Comforts
Lightest grnde, with 4- Medium grade, with 5- lret grade, with 5
poudl shert of down- pound sheet of dowa- pound sheet of down
aliec. alie,. aline.
$3.00 Now $3.75 Now $4.50 Now
Seventy-Five Dozen Comforts
Stitched or Tufted, Made in All Sizes
Cambric Covered Chintz Covered
Comforts Comforts
Pancy patterns, turkey red tin- Extra lirge, straight stitched
ings, $1.a5 values, for.......... 95 both sidrs; $1.65 values, fur..$1.25
Extra Special in Comforts
Hand-Tied Comforts
Extra large, ailkoline covered, plain linings, white cotton fillet.;
$2.5o value, for ................................... ............ $ 1.75
Specials in Blankets
35 Pairs California and Oregon Blankets.
Dark Gray. Mottled Gray and Vicuna Browns
Big $ 7.00 Values for .......... $5.50
Big 9.00 Values for............ 6.50
Big 11.00 Val:es for........... 7.50
Mail Us Your Orders We Pay the freight
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD
Brownfield=Canty Carpet Co.
48 to 54 West Park, 41 to 43 West Galena Street. Butte.
Owsley Block, Butte.
Prosperity Gives Its Prizes to the Deserving.
T'rosaperots timte will d, you no gnool culllat, av youl are ptplaared to ;raccept. oppor
tuniliehj that corme ta you. Prepare for prtiparity by sering a t horattuh, practical
lbutiincase dcatalit io ad. he succetssful. (o: R.ast in hhuincta, shorthand, I glisrl anal
noraal. Stud'tls ente r at any titme. litlher aday or night school. Send for cata.
Established 1890. Phone 68:-Ir. RICE &. fULTON, Props.
BEGIN THE CRUSADE
NEW YORK AUTHORITIES WILL TRY
TO CURTAIL THE FIELD OF
STRAW BONDSMEN.
HY AS'- IIAl l ID 'tl l'!i,
Nvw Y'ork, I.ce. i.:. A cirui.d v ial li t
straw iolldsminl ha'. been i:ulgJu.ratDd by
the t colity autlhorities hJlre and i llotlly
effortls will e' mude to pulit an end to their
lucrative plractices about the city station
houses.
As a result wlolesale arrests are ex
pected within a few days. An invesliga
tion thus far has led tile assistant district
attornlly, who has charge of the matter,
to believe bIullsIIenI have formed an Or
galnization to carry on their dcalings to
better advanltale.
One arrest just made disclosed that the
IDrisoner went on the bonds of 154 persons
at onel police sta;tion in the course of nine
months and that the property lie scheduled
was owned by a womaln with whom lie was
acquaintcd. lie was sent to jail, under
dharge of perjury.
ST ANDREW'S BROTHERHOOD
The address delivered last night at St.
John's Episcopal church ,by C. II. Chandler
was along tile lines of thie necessity of men
being good church' nlembers adIl strong
c.itizens. Mr. Chandler is traveling secre
tary of St. Andrew's !Brotherhood and is
visiting the various cities in tile Northwest
for the purpose of strcngthening and or
gianizing the order.
During the services last night Prof. Mat
lack presided at the organ and rendered
sonte line mulsic. Rev. Mr. Blackiston
had charge of the meeting, introduced the
speaker and conducted tile prayer.
IN 'IlEU DISTRICT COIUIRT OF T'HII
SE('ONI) JUI CIAI I)IS'l'tit1(1' OF
T'111: STA'ITE OF MONTANA,
COUNTY OF Sil.Vl;M(
BOW.
Ill the matiler of the estate of C. M. Clark,
deceased. Notice of time appointed for prov.
ing will, etc.
Pursuant to an order of said district court,
made on the IIth day of )ecember, 90o3, notice
Is hereby given that Wednesday, the a3d day of
December, 9o13, at to o'clock it. m. of said
day, at the courtroom of said court, at the city
of Butte, in the said county of Silver Bow,
has been appointed as the time and place for
proving the will of said C. M. Clark, deceased,
and for hearing thie application of Selena J.
Clark for the issuance to her of letters testa.
mentary, when and where any person Inter.
ested may appear and contest the same.
Dated December Ii, 1o03.
(Seal.) SAMUI.L AM. tt)IlItR'TS, Clerk.
'By Jos. Voglgr, Deputy Clerk.
A Few Days More
OF THlE
GR[AT
PIANO SALE
Kimball, Weber, Strobbler, Knahe, lliiet
& Iayvit, lUaillues ir.s. and many other
good makes.
Any one wanting a piano will do
well to look over our list. Now a
pianos, slightly shop-worn, and
second-hand are going as follows:
Slightly Used and Second Hand Pianos
h.itCy & tamp upright .............100
One upright Pease................... 1
One large size upright ........... 165
One practically new uplight........ 185
New Pianos
$a97 upright at................. 19......
$3oo upright at................... 1915
$350 upright at....................... 215
$375 upright at ................... 235
$4oo upright at....................... 248
Icautiful, brand new, $7o Knahbe at $450.
Lovely, brand new Wcbers, regular retail
$65t, now $375 and $450. $450 and $5oo
beautiful lHallet & Davis pianos at $325
and $349. $4oo to $5oo Kimnballs from $a24
upward. $5o0 Blaincs JIros., now $3o9.
Terms Cash or Easy
Payments
ORGANS AT EQUALLY LO\V I'RICES.
Terms cash, or easy payments; $5.oo
down and $a5so to $5.o0 monthly.
Brand New Piano
Players
Different Makes, at $160 gnd $175
Out of town people please write for catas.
logues, prices, etc.
Call at once and make purchase before
the sale closes.
OTRON BROS.
219 N. Main St., Butte, Mont.
Money well spcnt-A wanlt ad in the
Inter Mountaih.

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