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PROGRAM IS OUT SCHOOL OF SCIENCES, ARTS AND LETTERS IS TO BE HELD IN ANACONDA. ON DECEMBER 29 AND 30 List of Speakers and Lecturer. includes Number of Men High in Schools of the State. SP.CIA. TO THP. TNTER IUtO NTAIN. Jlissoull, Dec. a.--'Tllhe Mlontana Acarldemy of Scliences, Arts and Letters will ie Iheld in Anaconda. in the high school auditorium, on Tutaesdny and \\'eile.1day of next week. IThe call has been issed lthat the mecting might be held the samne days the State ''Teachers' asSociation is illn session there for the putrpose of interestting them in the academy. The olbject of thile aadCeml y shall Ie the pro. lotion in f tt.itees, arts and lethirs in the sitlat of Mh ntatia. Aiiiontg lih' speci.l iibjci shall be tlce pulblici':linl of the resitlis 1, invstlitga tion of lih lirntiathit of a library ant the prt. tl.iinll ,I a lliiirritiluh scientilic strvey of the alate. lhre follolws the call: T'Ie second regolar meeting of the M1nnlnnal Ar:tlcldely of Scillences, Arts anid f.,lters will ibe heMl at A\n:acondla, the hlllh slchool luilding, on Tuesday and \Vcitesdiay, Ive 'omier 29 ael to. 'T'he first metinllg will ble at q:3. 'L'uie.diay morning. (in Tl'leslay and \\Wednesday after. noons, at a o'clock, meetings will bIe hel. 'Tihe hitisiltess session will hc 'tuesilay alter oin,. The papers requiring thie list' of the sihr'..ptiioll will te presented olt \Weiniesday afternoon. Ill~lvr ,lOn, The pir)Ogranm full wing will le presented: At tihe 'Tlistlday llerlinlog thie palpers will be taken itip in the ollder given. (In I'e1iicsIly afternollln the ligratrls will bie taken till wlhere lthe llorining sessioll eCIhied. If it hecio1.cs ccesary an addiliinial sesion will be heldi !,ir the ecompletion of thle flrgram. Every nIleltlicr of the academiy is iigeul tu bte ipreselnt and take part in the dicwitiuun. J'apers. o b ie tirsnled: President's addreit -"lhe ltate's Jtet, iure, IandI ''Their )cvelophiment"i t (Ji lltillllites), ,I. .1. ElIrid, profes,,r .of )illijy, L nivetrlly ,t ]MonItlana, ?Ji.,.ola, .110nt. "'lite Fishes of .Mntaina." I)r. James A. Il.nihall, sallperintendent I'nited S.tates iturcat oif tis'leries, lI)hni1ai. Mintli. "The lihy (ell as a ieitihlary Statinlard ut ]lectrtmottiv'e Fu rie," \'i'. I, 1. (iileitghi. l ril', b.,r fi physic,, Muitann tState Il.g e ,,i Agi. cuhuttre° anil .11ec.hanlllw l Arts, |Ito.lzlmall. hue .\cction l .\i tn ic i, l'liiats. i.,il an, l Anim1ls," VW. II. Ifr kii.., til.h. ,r OI he jhtry', I nive'. il)" ,f ..l-nt:,n , .Xl woulai. "it. fhl'i'i in v ll .t l Al=r u ci in a ( a. 'i ith-. lpectd l.luli insi." urdf. 1c~ I le('..h' rh. t "The Islah,+ I.ala Fwi'd," lIt'v. l1h,,naa L.. f (eusis, l. i iui'e h e. I it'he 'lrr'- ti ' l'uticul Chlt'v. i'alter It.i'mi. ieim fl,,'lhiuu (with i iiil t'e t?10'eiu u r:"w'), \l . t). A Great Sensation There w;as ii Ii i sietntialn in L.,s ville, Ind., ishen W. 11. Itrwtu if that ilhi-'e, w,::o w as expucttel to thie. had his lift saved y lie-. Kitic's New i Iisecvery fir ('i sutmptionl. 1e writes: "I enhred inl stflierable agn,,irs fur Asthmt:, itt yottr ?tiw f)iscover.y gave' ne' i .tcliatti re liuf, and soon theri.after .l'feed,,I a cont jplete cure." Similar surs' iof iiitlelutip tian. Precttmoni, Irui'richtiti's aittl trip are nittiter.,tu It 's thu peerhu's remitdy fur all tlroat ri d lbung ttiuilh. l'ric i.ire atd $t.uu. Trial tiottles free. J. T, Fiulen I trui5 Ct. LEYS I Grand Prize Distribution December 31, 1903 Gent's Solid Gold Watch $100.00 I Lady's Diamond Ring $75.00 Boy's 14K Gold Filled Watch $3S.00 Five Piece Silver Tea Set $40.00 I Diamond Jewelry Every Diamond we sell is just as it is represented. Quality counts more than size or weight. This year we have an unusually large stock to select from. I Our Wholesale I Connection enables us to buy diamonds cheaper than the regular market, consequently we can, and do, sell cheaper than others. Compare our prices and qualities. Diamond rings from $1.50 to $450.00 Diamond brooches from $io.oo to $625.00 Diamond scarfpins from $6.oo to $250.00 Diamond earrings and studs from $6.oo to $400.00. We have a very large and choice line of solitaire diamond rings, in ladies' and gents', at $2o.oo, $25.0o, LEYS The Jeweler OWsLBY BLOeK L -- 111 lHarkins. A. sample of radium will be ehitbit* eC, (40 minuten.) "Sonice lints for Young Naturalista " (with sterrepticon views), It. A. oolcey, plofessor of tooloigy, lMontana State (ollege of Agriculture and Mechanical Arts, loaeman. "The Mission Mountains of Montana" (with sterrlopticon viewC ), M. J. I"lrod. (2s minutes.) "Some Montana 'lants, buitable for Cultiva tion for ()rnantcnt" (with stercopticon views), M. J. EIrod. (Io minutes.) "The Action of Sultiphutr of I)ioide on I'lantsl and Animails" (with stereopticon views). W. U,. ilarkins. "Nodular Barite and Selcnite rof (tCuster ('ounty, Montanall," . '. I. we, professor of physics and geology, ('university lt Montana, Missoula. "The Effects of Altitude on Timber Growth," AM. J. Elrnod. (I minutes.) "Some Montana ('oal 'Field," J. 1'. Rowe. "Some White River Leaves in the \'olcamn: Ash Beds of Missoula County," J. I'. Rowe. "Some Methods for the Determination oi Arsenic," W. D. llarkins. (Jo minutes.) The pultic is invited to attend tlhe meetings of the Academy. W. T). ItARtKINS, Secretary. IN EFFINGER CASE SPI'E:l A. I t0 'tie1 IN'IRe MONIIN'AIN, Missoutla, )Dec. 21.-'The case ot the state versusi ( 'ha:trles If. E.finger ontupil,'d the entlire attention of the district court Satlrdaly anlld today. More tlhan an hour was taken up this morning iin anl effort on the part of the defetse to excluhde the following alleged confes'iont malde by I'.linger to the inenl bers of the Fisher Mercantile conpanty: "I heIreby mnake a statement that I have acted dishonestly as cashier and book keeper for you, ant I admit that I have taken goods which I never intended to pay for. "(Signed) CIlAltit.S If. EFFINI,:R,." While this point of law was fteilng iar gued the jury was shut ott of the court rooml. At ro:45 a. nit. the jury retturlled and the lore.goiing statementi.llt, which is said to le in Itlingecr's own handwritinlg. was read altoud by Attortney W\'oods for lthe state. Thie Ialtnlcie of the mortning was taket tip by cut'nI'sl tn othl sides In ar gutiieu't oni tlie various) phases of the al ]egedl confession, which linally was placed in evidence before the jury. WANT TO TAKE IN GREENLAND HY A.u0t IArTE PRess. Ottawa, Dec. 2. ---'lhe dominion govern-. Inllt has now tlunder colltsiratiotn the qullestion of uniting New l)undtnlad and Alaska and also the purtchise f Green lad frtom i)enmark. This in the result of the Alaskan boundary decision which was so usaitisfactory Ito Canihada;. WVhile Canadla and New Foundlaind can entier upon negotiations a- to 1nion, it will he necessll ary for tlhe dmfinion to ni giliate thro ulth the impe'rial authoritie for the pirchae of I renlt.nd froit Ien-i imark. So far no oflicial inllurIation can lie had. Going on in Philipsburg. hl_11 1.11. l I. IE It .ilt MIi lt'ItAIN. Philipslurg, Dec. 2£.-Edward tIilbert's family has moved into tonwt front the Georgetown flats for the winter. ,ilr. Gil hert remains ait the dat to look after the water fromt the lake. (Glbert lReek, a local musician, has re turned frotm a pleasant visit in California with relatives. Missoulians to Bowl. Missotla, IDec. ar. -The Invincible and Reliance teasls will howl a match gtame to ihightr. Our Salesroom Is the Recognized and Accepted Great Headquarters For Christmas Goods This wonderfully popular salesroom combines complete assortments, enormous varieties, econ omically but good and dependable qualities, and very low (always the lowest) prices. This store advertises, not because it is a popular fad, but because we have bargain news to chronicle, news Interesting to all holiday shoppers. Misleading statements and inflated values find no place here. Facts are good enough for us, our prices will prove it to you when you see the bar gains we offer tomorrow. Only four shopping days before Christmas. The longer you wait the harder it will be to make your selections. $13.5o $16.50 Just an idea $3.5o $S.95 $3.25 ( imnfort rocker, unusually We wish we could devote the de- Simnply a suggestion of what Parlor rocker, made of birch An excellent cobbler seat errgvng space tof or rteather furnni, you'll find here in rocker This bedroom rocker can be rocke of solid oak large large, uilt of qrarter saved rore show. Every wanted kindd and mahogany, finely decorated rocker, of solid oak, large k, ry oof toe r he o leaer chair, rocker or richness for this season of ought in white, maple, panel in back, is embossed oak, very smoothly finished, l back panel, handsomely c.c,.ll is found here. ' Ile showing giving. 'This one is particu, mahogany, oak and chair to back panel, handsmeyand finely polished, finished spring 'eat, well rrpiolstered is probably the strorgest we have ladry rich in design, the back match, An exceptionally rubbed to a brilliant mirror- golden; arms are rodded in genuine athr. his ever made ad w y yr viit panel is handsomely carveyu nat An cine e, like polish, illuminated cob. through seat, making a fine roiker will surely erve to re er r r li piato polished quartered neat pattern. Cane seat ber seat; regular $425 value. roker a an exceptional rng i tolid oak frame, rlisrerd, wellme brace arms. Usual price $5price. Our regular price pease and delight as a gift. throurghout. Comfortable and very nok. Turst like cut. )Our hd brace arms. Usual price $s Our holiday sale $4.o0. Holiday sale IIolrlay sale price.l13.50 strong, $16.50. iday sale price.... ..$9.95 Holiday sale price..l3.50 price .................. 95 price..................24 5 540.00 537,50 $15.00 $16.50 Dark olive leather couch, seven rows of small' Leather couch, full size, eight rows of small Couch built with the famous Karpen con. Surely this is a couch of worthy interest. diamond tufting, quartered sawed oak frame, biscuit tufting, having claw feet and quar. struction, oak frane, covered with higI The design is very effective, large ornamental lise, wit claw et, head is extra high; ter awd oak plished frame; has all steel grade three-toned velour, 2o/ inches wide. polished, with claw feet, head is extra h~igh; ter awfd oak polished frame; has all steel full length, five rows of tufting, full spring wood base all around, full spring edge, deeply guaranteed construction; one of the Karpen interior work; no strings or cord used in edge; guaranteed to give perfect satisfac, tufted, upholstered in any color, Persian velour. makes. Regular price, $5o.oo. tHoliday sal e tyirng the springs. Regular price. $45.m. tion. Price $.S.oo. Five dollars down, bal. Holiday sale price, $16.50. Five dollars price ...................................940.00 Iloliday sale price ...............937.50 ance to suit your convenience. down, balance to suit your own convenience. Complete assortment of Genulpe Leather Couches Ranging in Price from $25.oo to $75.oo0 It being holiday time, Remember, "Your Credit is Good" at "The Big we venture to suggest Store of Little Prices." that if you love your wife, buy her a steel range as a gift. -5 Our special holiday offer on Universal Steel Ranges, Monarch Malleable Steel Ranges, Butte Steel Rang es; 6b down, $S per month until paid, without inter $25.00 est. Our prices during Nothing is tdearer to the dainty this sale: hlou iekeeper than hier fine china, 9IS 00 and if she has only a few pieces BUTTE RANGES.... $37.50 A sensibl gift hint, one sure to be thor ri 4.75 tIere sholtld he somne place provided .........$so.oo and up This elaborate canopy top china oughly appreciated. The attractive feature Ar artistic ulth,lstered rocker of for tlheir safe keepiirg; 35 styles closet, with large, fancy French of this lady's desk is the mirror top highly hl:ed oak, fiid tin rich shown, ne similar to cut, a rich U I\'ERSAI. RANGES plate mirror th ra e ova plate mirror tic fraie tade of Frencl oval plate mirror 8xj4 inches, two gtldt.r. r high armirrs, utl st, red sect golden firi.hrid oak, bent glass front .oo a quarter sawed oak, hIandsonmely small drawers and tolp of qrartered oak, an.dl ack in finest grade of inroruc- and sids French plate mirror ott ......... 00 and up carved, which does trot show in pic- finely polished, shaped lid, ornamented cline, n ly r, cl ,ital to leather. top, pret ily carved. only .25.00. MONARCh- RA\C.ES ture. There is a full mirror back. French legs, large drawer, finished a rich 'suarl price of thirs rockcr, $,.re. Five dollrsi dlowi balancie to suMt R E A bargain at $5ooo. Ilolitday sale golden, 30 incites wide. A regular $:0.oo Holiday sale price........... 4.75 your conver icnce. .........$45.oo and up price..................... 7.50 value. Our holiday sale price....$15.00 LANDER FURNITURE & CARPET COMPANY, 44"46 BroadwaY. THREE YEARS AGO MURDER WAS DONE NOW ATTORNEY FOR POOLEY MOVES THAT CHARGE OF KILL ING GIRL BE DISMISSED. B. S. Thresher, attorney for Thomas I'ooley, accused of the murder of his daughter, Lydia, and her husband, Thomas I.ittlejohn, today filed a motion to dismiss the case for the kiling of the woman. The application is as follows: "Comes now the defendant and moves for an order dismissing this cause and the prosecution herein, for the following rea sons and upon the following grounds, to wit : "That the information was filed herein and defendant's plea of not guilty entered CHRISTMAS PRESENTS AT EVANS' BOOK STORE 114 N. MAIN ST., BUTTE FIN EST line of Calen dars. Gift Books, Picture Books, 10c each and upwards. Games of all kinds, Leather Goods, ladies' and gentlemen's Pocket Books, Dressing Cases, etc. Typewriters $1.00 and upwards tlhreto more than three years and six months ago, and the defendant has not lbeen brought to trial on said information nor has the trial of said cause at any time I,.en continued or postponed upon his re ,ltevt or application." Double Murder. The double killing with which Pooley is charged took place on March 18, zgoo. i',olcy had been opposed to the marriage o' his daughter to Littlejohn, and there were frequent quarrels between father-in lIw and son-in-law. ()n the evening in question, Littlejohn and his wife were walking on North Mon t:ia street, when they came across Pooley. A quarrel started between the two men. It was claimed by Pooley that his son-in Il\w had him down and was beating him. l'ooley drew his pistol and fired twice. One Illict struck Littlejohn, and the other Ntruck Mrs. Littlejohn. Both were killed. Second Degree Verdict. l'ooley was tried for the killing of Little j'hs, and the jury 'brought in a verdict of i.urder in the second degree. On the sec onl trial for the same killing the jury dis ;,i'rced. Pooley was never tried for the killing of his daughter, but has always ciiitteinded that he did not mean to harm her. but that the shot went wide when he tirce at l.ittlejohn. Pooley is still out on ehail in the sum of $5,ooo on the charge of killing Littlejohn. It is thought the case for the killing of the daughter will be disiaissed on the ap plication just made, though the one for the killing of Littlejohn is still likely to come to trial again. A magnificent display of Ozotonic in Iilhnessy's Grocery department windows tonourrow. Don't fail to noitce it. SERVICES BY SALVATIONARMY Eleven Conversilons Made by Brigadier and ,Mrs, MoMillan. Brigadier McMillan of the Salvation Army spoke before two large audiences in the barracks yesterday. The text of his sermon in the afternoon was "Being then nmade free from sin, ye became the serv nts of righteousness." In the evening te text was: "Behold I stand at the door and knock." Eleven converts confessed religion after the services. Mrs. McMillan aided with her singing. There will be another service tonight in the barracks in North Wyoming street, and those who have ,been converted will be received in the army. ()zotonic Display, Hennessy's windows, Grocery department, Teusday. See it, MINES CLOSE DOWN SPECIAL TO TIH' INTER MOUNTAIN. Philipsburg, Dec. al.-The Gold Rete Mining company, operating on Boulder creek, has suspended operations for the winter, and IS or ao men employed there have come to town. Just why the prop erty was closed is not known, as I.. U. Loomis, who promoted the deal for the sale of the property, is in the East. There is a report that the milling process used did not give the satisfaction anticipated. The men employed at the Gold Coin mine at Georgetown flats have also been laid off for the winter. Manager Boar snan announces that he will sink the shaft several hundred feet this winter. It is anticipated if this is done some trouble will be experienced from water from the lake. ( Good Track, Good Trains, Good Time. In each of these the New York Central is not surpassed, as thousands will attest. Travelers between the West and the East will find it to their advantage to use the New York Central, which, in point of time, equipment, roadbed, dining car service and scenic attractions, is first among the rail roads of the world. Send a a-cent stamp to George -H. Daniels, general passenger agent, Grand Central avenue, New York, for a copy of the illustrated catalogue of the New York Central's "Four-Track Series." Oyster cocktails, 'phone 75o-B; A. L. Dansereau. HAMILTON MASONS ELECT SPECTAL TO TIIE INTER MOUNTAIN. Hamilton, Dec. Ix.-There will be a joint installation of the newly electqd officers of the Masonic and Eastern Star lodges December 3o. Both lodges elected officers Saturday night. Ionic lodge No. 3, A. F. and A. M., chose the following: W. M., R. Leel McCulloch; S. B., A. B. John ston; J. W., A. W. Fairbairn; secretary, J. J. Southwick; treasurer, T. M. Doran. The Eastern Star elected these 3fficers: Worthy matron, Mrs. A. W, Fairburn; patron, Emil Maceni; associate matron, Miss Kitty Ost,grnmyer; secretary, Julia Krunmel; treasurer, William McLauflin; conductress, Mrs. T. B. Owings; assist ant conductress, Mrs. C. C. Chaffin. gear 4 the The Kind You w ought WIlson's Bee Hive Exclusive Toy House Carry the largest stock of Mechanical To v s, Dolls, Skates, Sleds, Etc. Full line of candles and trimmings for Christmas trees. Your dollars will go fartherest here. Bee Hive 33 West Park Ben MacDonald Successor to John Caplics Company, 212 N. MAIN ST. Royal Flour, so pounds........21.25 Shredded Wheat Biscuit, pkg..12 1"-2 Scotch Oats, package .............100 Strained honey, o903, 1 gallon... 600 Buckwheat Flour, packageo.... 12 1-2 Force, package ..............12 1-20 Gallon Can Plums ..............254 Gallon Can Pears ................ 0$ Van Camp's Soups, can............ 10 Apple Cider, gallon.............. 400 Street Car Tickets Free One Street Car Ticket free with each dollar's worth of goods paid for at time of purchase.