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THE ANACONDA HTANDAHD: SUNDAY MORNINii, JULY 4, 1897.
fltnTENews.^SllSWfR Is FILED Defendantsin the Chinese^Boycott Case Say. ALLALLEGATIONS DENIED Didn'tAtteiej't to Deprive the^Bsathsa of HI* Dam Brwmt or toInjur* Him In Any^^Way ^t All. Thedefendant* In Ihe ihlnise boycott TT~T|h - 1 1. Wines. M.U Win. - sn.i JiWiu N Kirk. Mod in^the Vnlted Blair* court In Butte yester^^day their answer to the will of coeeplalnl^presented In Ihr Injunction proceeding*^connenord *evrral month* ugo. Thcrr^ere S) defendant* named In the bill. Wut^only 11 are represented In ihe answer^They are Frank B.iMvetn, .;^ oie.. Mor^-^hart. George B. Walter* ft H. Hum*. M.^J. Oetger 1-ouis svh stflei, -lism i..,^OaUa. Chart** Slaylon. 9 Huffman,^George W. Morgan. Frank P. Wrldon,^Fred Whatley and W H. Kd.lv Th^ other^defendant*, who ha v.- made no apsear-^^nif In court and are noi represented by^counsel, arr Urimth E. Taylor. F.d. Mar-^chand. H. C. Morgan. AIW11 A. gaadahl,^Robert E. Taylor J II IT*.. W li. Mar-^tin. John I^or and Ttichard^ Rot , Theanswer covers 2U typewritten pages.^M of which sre taken ui^ with a lenrral^dental of the alienation* contained In the^Mil Of complaint the alienation* of Which^Were fully published at tin time the ac ^^tion wa* Instituted The defendant* deny^the commission of any unlawful act or^that they obstructed the bu*lnc*^ of th*^complainant*. Hum Kay. Dear Dick.^Hum Ion, and Mule Pork. They deny all^charge* of conspiracy, or intimidation of^the Chinese |^atron*. or that they disre^^garded the aliened treaty rlnht* of the^complainant* The existence of the v.ir-^rtous labor ornanliatlon* 1* admitted, hut^It la denied that they confederated to^^gether to deprive the i'lilne^e of I he prlvl-^lene of earnlntt a llvlon. They ul*o deny^that they cauncd tr^ii*purcn. le* to lie^printed and circulated advising tliat the^Chinese be boycotted, or that the Chinese^have been injured in their Wu*lne*a or^damaged In the ^im of |2.^i^i or any other^amount. Aaaffirmative mailer the answer el-^leges ae follow*: ^The defendant* allene^:hat they are not member* of nor do I hey^belong to any of the labor union* or or^^ganisation* mentioned or named in *ald^Mil of comnlalnt nave utui except the^Cook*' and Walter*' union. ^^lerk*' a^^cm-^My. the Plasterer*' union and the Miner*'^union, the defendant* Baldwin, Moreharl.^Schaffrr I .a Ualla. Hluyton. Huffman,^Oeorge W^. Morgan Weldon and Whalley.^being only member* of the Cook*' ami^Walters' union; the defendant* Waller*^ami Gelgcr belnn only membprs of the^Clerks' assembly; the defendant Rum*^being only a member of the Plasterers'^union, and the defendant IMdy In inn only^a member of the Miners' union. Defendant*further allege that ssid^unions or organisation* are and were^formed in the Interest and for tin: legiti^^mate protection of the cause of labor In^Stiver Bow county, state of Montana, and^for the purtioae of preserving a proper,^reasonable and uniform scale of wag**,^and for the purpo*e of ti*lng all reason.1-^ble. legitimate and legal effort to obtain^work at reasonable price* for alt those^who are cltisen* of the 1'nMed States ..n. 1^residents within the Jurisdiction of said^unions or organisations, and for the pur^^pose of Inducing by lawful, pescable and^legitimate mean* all those who . mplny^laborer* In the various trades and avoca^^tions, to give employment to. and tu em^^ploy American cltlsens of both leges, giv^^ing preference wherever possible to such^'cltlsens over those who are not, and ran-^not become such cltlsens. and do not In^^tend to add to the wealth and prosperity^Of the country or the people thereof. Thesedefendant* further allege that^said unions or ornanlsatlons to which^these defendants helium have never at^any time, nor have the members I hereof^ever attempted to carry out or fulfill tha^Objects for which said unions or organl-^jgatlon* were formed in any other way^than by peacable. pro|^cr anil legitimate^method*, and without resorting to threats.^Venerea or Intimidation. Defendant*further answering, allege^that ssld unions or organisation* to w hich^these defendant* belong as aforesaid,^have never at any time, nor turn- the^members thereof ever attempted to In^^sure or 1 r. .it. the belief, or advance the^theory that any class of iwrsons resid^^ing In the United Slate*, whether cltlsens^^r aliens, are not entitled tu life liberty^tin the absence of the commission of^crime 1 and the pursuit of happiness, hut^In this connection these defendants do^^liege, aver and believe that American^cftlaen*. including those who have taken^^the oath of loyalty and allegiance to the Sara men t of the 1'nlted Stairs, or who^re declared their Intention to dn so.^Should be given Ihe preference all other^thing* belnn equal, in the employment of laborersand servant*, ami in this cm ttonthese defendant* further allege that^Said unions or organisation* have n.M r.^nor hsve the members thereof ever ad^^vocated the giving of such prrferrnc. at^the SBcriflce of law, order or rood gov^^ernment. Thesedefendants further allene that^they have never conspired. . umhln. .1 or^confederated amonn themselves, or with^Other* to in any way or In any reap... t vl-^'ptate the law. or to carry out the olo.. la^^nd purpose* of said unions or organisa^^tions except by legitimate method* and In^good faith, and not otherwise^m ^These defendsnl* further answering^geld bill of complaint herein d.illiie 10^'accept the offer of l omplainant* tu waive^'answer under oath and hereh) ten.In^'and file this, their answer, under oath Thesedefendants, therefore, having^fully answered prav the court that the^relief demanded by said complainant* la-^tented, that it be adjudged that these de^^fendants are not guilty of any act In the^premises a* complained of In *ald bin^ef complaint, and that they have Judg^^ment for their coals _Monday. Julyr,th. the It , v P I., willrun specialtrains a* follow; leavingButte.Leaving Ana' ^nda *^^^^p:^Vg. m. l*;t*Vam.It:Ma.a*. 1:Mp. tti.;i g p. n. 5:eDp. m.^:^H p t l:Mp. m. ^1; hi seal right. ll.Mfare round tri,. . iih r direction. Securea portfolio to-day of the^rorbett-Pltssimnjons light. ^The Fight^of tha Century.'' M.Hud Unit w-uj open a German pri^^vate achbool In the Lutheran church.^Or. Stiver and Dakota, nest Tuesday. atactic*Trapp a Defendant.^Justice Trapp wa* ihe defendant ^ es^^terase In a civil suit tried in Justice^^ court at S. nth Kulte. The sc-^brought . v Mr. Hunter f.u^**ss of recovering Judgment in^sum of p.30. which he ^ is lined was^tadvat, him as egeeselre fees /its^aeTPrapp's court. It apppears that^commenced an action In the Icourt to which Ju*ti e Trapp was^elected ami lh. latin ^ prede, e**nr 1dismissed the *ult and taxed the roots^up to the complaining ^- iineaa. When^I Justice Trapp took office ha issued an^execution against Humes, who paid.^' under protest, the accrues! easts re^^sulting from the issusii' of the execu-^I lion He then Wrought suit In Dudes^1 court to recover the amount. The case^was derided In favor of Hunter. Judg^^ment being rendered fur M.M ami^I cost*. Justice Trspp demanded a Iff^I days' stay of execution and will take^. an appeal to Ihe district court. Share Bros.' stage for Silver Star,^I Iron Rod. Twin Hrldge* and Sheridan.^I leaves Southern hotel. Unite, at 7 45^Tuesdsy. Thursday sml Saturday^mornings, srrivlng at Sherldw at ^^p. m. Specialtrain mi B., A A- P. Ry. leav^^ing Hutte at ^ a. in. Sunday, July 4.^will arrive at Anaconda in time for^street parade arranged by St Peter and^St. Paul society. Pgr* foi round trip^IIH. IT'S A GOOD COMPANY. Bear)B*a* rmaesd with the ri*^ at Ma- nnire'*. BVlry one who has situ the lluntlng-^tnii UrouilHav c.uiipany at the Maguirc^has conic away enthusiastic In praise^of the actors, the play, ihe dressing^grid the whole performance lmllvidu .^^Ily the companf I* good, made up a*^it is nf actor* and actresses of re!iute.^but 1 heir great power lies in their DM*^Mattes strength. They promise a treat^for next week. Two strong bills^one^a rattling, roaring, merry farce, the^other a powerful dramatisation of a^great story. TurnedI'p^ will constitute tIre pro^^gramme for the first nsi't of 111* Week.^It Is recommended as s sure and ef^^fective cure for the blues. This farce^was the feature of that eminent come^^dian. Nat ('modulus, repertoire, for^s. vera I seasons, and 111 ii he made tun^of the biggest successes. TheWill for the rrmalniter of ihe week^will We Oulda s Moths.^ The story^la strongly dramatic, mid tills ilrama-^tiznt mi, serves to bring nut all it*^lining points and show In Klrnng lights^it* *trong character*. Kvery attention^will be paid to the mounting of Woth^pieces The *nine care lhat nun ke.l the^ptndwcUoa of ^The lustii. 1 Attorney^^will he exercised lii Htaglng both these^plays. furnishings. properties and^scenic management being strictly up to^dale The management announces the^appearance of another actress. Miss^Sarah Tiuax. a leading lady of good^repute. She come* here direct from^the company of mis Skinner, with^whom she has been appearing in classic^roles. A* Pauline, In ^The Lady of^Lyon*.'' she was Indorsed in all the^principal cities of Ihe country as Vera^In Moths ^ Miss Truax w ill certainly^hale a splendid chance tu show her^equality. On Monday afternoon, July a.^a gala holiday matinee will be given.^The management promises a surprise^fur every one who attend*. Amongthe many good thing* here^during the Mgnon are ^The Sliver^King.^ ^Young Mrs. Wlnthi'op^ and^Shadows of a Ureal t'lty. Itmay mil be a good Idea to celebrate^loo hard. However, some people are^sure to do so. A trip to ilregson^Springs Is a good w ay to celebrate or a^Bond remedy for too much celebration. I'vslerlakrr*Attention. Ifyou want an extra large casket or^white porcelain finished metallic, tele^^graph Sherman, the undertaker. No.^tit 1 Park St., Rtltte^, who always has^mi hand the llnest goods in everything^manufactured for the undertaking^trade. Wholesale and retail. Prompt^attention to out of town and telegraph^orders. -^*^^ ^^Calling Card*.^Th* correct visiting card Is much^rmaller and thicker than those lately^used, and the script also smaller than^formerly. See samples at Uutte office^of Standard TheII.. A. ft P. race train leaving^Hutte dally at 1:M p. tn. will land pas^^senger* al race track gate, Anaconda,^tn fifty minutes. Fare fur round trip,^ll.M. ANOPPORTUNITY ToVisit the Yellowilonr Park st a Very^Low Kale. TheHafthSfg Paclllc ha* decided to^give the peopsB of Unite and vicinity^an opportunity of .'Islllng the Ycllow-^i stone park at a very Ion rate, and with^I this object In view li has named a^round nip rate of j:.u for a seven and^I one-half day*' lour, which irlll Include^all expenses nf i lie entire trip railroad^fare llutte to Cinnabar and return, a^itoulil. 1^ nil each way In standard^Pullman sleeiM is, meals en route, singe^transportation and live and one-half^days' board and lodging 111 the park.^For those who wish to go through ihe^park mi a Meyclt I rale nf % :_^ ha* Ween^named. Which will include all cxikmisc*^of the above trip with tin exception of^the stage iratiHpoilatlon. Thehold aecomppstations |n (he^park are strictly first-class, with steam^heat, electric lights, hatha, etc. The^stages used are the llnest In the world,^and families or friends traveling to-^MMsCf in pal lies of L .'^, 7 and !^ will be^furnished a coach for their exclusive^use. Thecxi ur*loii will leave Unite^Wednesday. July 7. at S:.'5 p. m . reach^^ing Untie mi the return trip July 14. at^K:25 a. m. Formaps of the park, sleeping cat^reservation and full particulars call^upon or write \V M Tuohy. geuersl^agent. Northern Paclllc railway, llutte,^Mont. Oddtrlbiw.' Pienle. lirandlime expected at Peer Lodge^Monday. July V Sports of various^kinds will lake place. Dancing in the^aftCrUOOSI and evening free of charge.^Trains leave Montana I'nlon depot at^^.:!i) 11 clock and ; o'clock p. m. Re^^turning leave* IVer Lodge at (. H.M^and II p. 111. Fare $1.00 for the round^trip. Moonlight1'ieiile. Monnliglit furnkf to begin at Co^^lumbia Hardens Friday evening. July^:^t h IviT by the Silv er Assembly No.^^*^. 1'nlted Artisan*. Admission includ^^ing dam 1' I'.ic Writein s 11. Phillips, male agent.^Hoieman. Mont., about the merit* of^the I iv^ ;^ 1 for typewriter. Price^tmVMt Fully guaranteed. It.i. 1.all *an.la) nail ll.n .lo. TheSsjttS and Missoula ha^e ball^team* will 1 n.ss hat* at the font Wall^ground* mi Sunday and Monday after-^Mtaa The games will lie called each^day al 30 p. m Admission a0 mil-^ladles fir. In 1 ase of rain checks will^be Issued, gii.ul for the next game. on.I'eler a id Paul BMtggJ Celebrate al tea.on.hiJuly 4tb SisPetri and Paul society of Ana^^conda will celebrate ihe Fourth by par^^ading the streets Sunday morning ac^^companied by the Austrian society of^Butte. Special train will leave B.. A.^aV H depot. Hutle. Sunday, at X o'clock^a. *^.; returning at i, ^^ and p. m.^Rnond trip. $1 09. MEETINGOF CHRISTIANS MonttvnaState Sunday School^Association to Convene. riUNYON'S ImfKirtstit tsl rrslorei^mill snn.llllon i W KUsw MuHyiai* KrmriticH. * kldn.yf 11 ret caretnrssnl* Insililref Hi rd ^ff Hriglit'i Di^ i^^tlnor hit |^ I |) cure^r.7;r:.i;v,Tn nby (|ruiffriu. MdkvUyUV. When^In ilotiltC, writ** to f*rt^f. Unnyoa. I.VNJ Arrh^SirMt. rhiiiiilflpli'ijt Pa., for frf'p mi ilifssl ^^Ivm ' PROF.HAMILL TO ATTEND FO BETTER SPttCH. the Rev.Mr. Jackson, the Noted Evangelist.^Will Also Be There Three Days^In eeeelon. Beginning July13. Kxlenslvegcepergtlogs are belni;^made for the aniuiul convcSjgM ol tin^Montana State Sunday School aasisia-^llon. which is to lie held in this city on^July It, 14 and 15. This will be ihe^eighth annual convention of the asso^^ciation and there is little doubt that^this will be the a**oclati^in's banner^1 mi % ^ tit Ion. The special feature of the^convention will be ihe inesence nf^Prof. H. M llamill of t'hlcagn. who^stands at the head of Sunday school^normal instructors. Hcv. C. I* Jack^^son, whose evangelistic meetings le-^BMtt* held in this state 1 suit. .t In^hiindie.i* of conversions, will lead the^convention In ^Bible study.'' The ^Nor^^mal Id i ognlilnn !^ xerelses^ w ill Is' a^new feature of the convention. Iiipln-^mas will be conferred on those passing^the examination on the first of the ^Le^^gion of Honor Vormal Hooka.^ Ad^^dresses will be delivered by Professor^llamill and others. A rate of one ami^nne-fifth fare has been granted by all^Ihe railroads 0' Montana. The m le^^gates In the convention will be ^ : 11^ 1 -^lained by the citizens of Hutte. Theofficers of IN' stale association^are as follow*: President. Rev, H. I! Pliesof Hamilton; secretary ami treas^^urer. VV. It. Conner of Helena, superin^^tendent of normal department. Rev.^W. S. Hell Of Helena; vice president of^Ihe International 1 .invention. Rev. It.^S. Clark; member o' the Interne Hong I^executive committee. K. Shaipc nf Hel^^ena; executive committee. Rev, W. S.^Bell of Helena; Hcv. S. H Tiibnr nf^Hutle; K. S. Scharnlkow of Deer Lodge:^Tu MM me .,r Helena: J. ^V. Wall of^Helena. Peter VV'Inne Bjl Helena; local^committees of arrangements. H. M.^Patterson, chairman: committee mi en^li rlaliimetit. Milllum Haiti. , chairman,^committee on printing. J. W. Passmorc,^1 In 1 inn.in committee on transporta^^tion. T M. Ford, chairman, committee^on music. James Klppen, chairman. Thenrogramme for the convention la^as follow*: Tuesday.July U Ihaplist churchl^I 11. Si., song service. 2:l.r^ p. in., ltlble^study, Hev. C. L. Jackson. :i p. BL, ad-^gfwgg, Prof. H. M. Hamlll; .1:45 i^. M*^Introduction of delegate*: 4 p. m., meet^^ing of the executive committee. Tuesday.Julv II tAuditorium)^S P.^m , openlliK exercises: atliiresses of wel^^come. Hev. J. K. Noftslnger. Prof. A.^C. Newell; responses, Hev. K. H. Lee,^Itev. It. H. Sawyer; president's g(M] ess Wednesday.July 14 I Baptist churchl^^ft a. 111.. Hnnrr service; ft: IG u. m.. re-^porl of executive committee, treasurer's^leport; stallstlcal report; 9:45 a. 111..^home department. Hev. F. If. Kills;^10:30 a. 111.. normal hour. Prof. H. M.^Hamlll: ll:t^^ a. m., Bible study. Rev. c.^L. Jackaon. Wednesday.July 14 1 Baptist church) L'p. 111.. service of song: 1:11 p. m.,^^ The Relation of the Sunday School to^the Home,^ Mrs. J. K. .Noftsliiger; 11:45^p. m., ^Sunday School .Maiiagcim 11I.^^Hev. W. S Bell: :i::!0p. m . normal hour.^Prof. H. M. Hasnlll. 4:K. p. in.. uu11n.1I^recognition exercises. Wednesday.July 14 ^Auditorium) s^p. m.. song service; address, ^Relation^of the Sunday School 10 the Slate.^ Hev.^W. T. Eu*ter; address, I'mf. H. M.^Hamlll. Thursdav.July 15 (llantlst church)^^ft a. m.. ooenlng exercises; !i:15 11. in..^^The Blackboard In the Sunday^School;^ 9:30 a. m . teaihcrs' HBsating,^W. R. Conner: ll):ir^a. in., normal hour.^Prof. H. M. Hamlll; 11 a. in.. Blots siudv,Hcv. c. L. Jackaon. Thursday.July II (Baptist chunh) p. in., song service: |:lt p. m.. elec^^tion of officers, business; '.':45 ^^. tn.. PrimaryWork,^ Mrs. K. ^^. Hullslmck.^:i:l(l i^. in.. ^Mush In the Sunday^School,^ Mr*. T. Harrison: 4 p. m., ^In^^ternational Work.^ K. Sharpe. Thursday.July tl (Auditorium)^R p.^111.. song service; address. Prof, llamill;^platform meeting, rood acted by the re^^tiring president. Hev. D. B. Price. Anneondalini'**. Veffday (except Sunday) dining^the race meeting at Anaconda. June^In July :'4. the H.. A. ^ P. will sell^round trip tickets. Hutte to Anaconda^and return, for $1.1)0. Ticketsgood only on date of sale on^train leaving Hutle at 1 p. in., which^will luke passengers direct to race^track. Heturnlng leave Anaconda tit 9^p. in. Bosnia!fare will bt charged on train^leaving iiujte at I p. in Sundays. Beanl)mid llrallli PittsburgCommercial tlaiptie.^Is physical beauty worth cullhating'.'^Women say it In. Andmen say it Is worth while for^women in cultivate II. Menhave lived, and tlsefl may be 11^few living now. for whom beauty has^no charms. However.It is noi 11 question of ta*te,^but of health and vigor. Seas* delicate,^sickly or nervous women are pretty, at^^tractive and lovable, but nil healthy,^vigorous, active women are mMsemmM^and command the attention of BP n Properphysical culture adds grenlly^to the attractiveness of women; but^this Is a small matter aa compared wnb^added usefulness. The land I* becoming^burdened with men and women who^are phy*i^ ally debilitated to such 11 de^^gree Dial they are Incapable of u*e'u'-^nes* to the present, much less to oemlBg^generslton*. Itha* long ls^en conceded that school^children should receive physical ^* well^as mental culture, but It was thought^lhat the former l*nrc no sort of enm-^parison to the latter. Now the better^da** of educators are coming tn 1 lie^1.inclusion that In point of ^i*1^' ihej^arc much the aanic Systematicexercise i* good for mown^people, hut It rarely overcomes the de^^fect* started In chlldhiani and which^might have been eaestly prevented by^proper training while they wore yoeaa. Youaccount for persona being defei^live In Intelligence by saying that they inl not receive proper ST siifh. icni area^^ta] training while I bey were young. Manyphysical defect* may be ac^^counted for In Ihe *ame way. Andnow that Imparled h'-alth is^generally attributed to defective physi^^cal dcveiopement. ihe necessity par^physical culture appears all the more^imperative. Normust we rxpcii results to., soon^Children recelvetng sui li cullui ~t\.^more or le** evbU ice of being begs II .1^but not until thev have become fullv b veloped will we be aide tu seo the full^lieneflts. As well expect to ^ee the P al^i .nents srlslng from school education^before the Individual ha* arrived at^maturity IIIs being more arid nmre generally^concerted thai a h^althy txsjy is neces-^m^f to s healthy mind. National tjoeitlloiiml* Moving fur^Correction sf Many fun ti. PromIhe New York Tribune Thearousing of Interest in the study^nl Kngllsh has fn'iuenily liwn com-^gssssfed In Ihere mlumns as one of the Imost auspicious ^ dsetMloaal sign* of thelinns. There is an evident intention^of the colleges and universities to re^^quire greater proficiency In grammar,^rhetoric and cnmpasltloa In their ma^^triculants, and ^ consequent .(Tort nf^ihe preparatory schools to meet those^requirements. That Is unquestionably^well. II I* little profit to a man tn^know all other languages, am lent and^modern, and noi to know host 10 use hi*^own aright. There Is no other study^of anything like . iuhI importance that^has been ho shamefully neglected as^lhat of I he Kiu;l:*h language, and there^Is none that offers greater profit from^lis proper pursuit and thorough mas- ,ieTy. It1* no) enough however, lo be able^tn write correctly. With all the mak^^ing of bonks, language Is mnsi used for speech.11 i* rertglnly, therefore! not^unreasonable lo gay that attention^should bo paid to vocal expression at^least comparable with thai paid in^callarapby. Bpeakmg comes a* a natu^^ral gift, without .special study. Hut it^la a sad mlstiiki to think that BOthlng 1need* to !^^ dom for the Improvement nfthai gift. As a rule, the [in re Impor-^lant the gift the more need and Ihe^more opportunity of Improving it by^study and discipline. How much need^there Is In this case the cur makes^, plain. Slovenly penmanship and faulty grammarare no store common and no^inure offensive than inaccurate or In^^distinct enunciation. The man who^talks wt II. not In the subject matter nor inthe phraseology of his conversation,^but in the modulations of hi* voice and^the prtmunctation of the winds, Is an^exception to the rule. Itis to correct as far as possible this^serious fault and to awaken letters]^public Interest in the arts of auilble^expression, not men Iv for singers and^! BCtorg and oratorg, hut for all people. 1thai organised effort i* now being put forth,The NationSI Association of B1-^OCStlegdstg, which to-night begins g^scries of ''prettmlnSfy meetings^ and a Ifoiinlght later Kill hold Its sixth an^^nual congress in this city, is not com- Iposed of professional elocutionists nf the^ciinveutlonal stage recitation type. It^Includes earnest teacher* and students .of all the details of correct and felici^^tous expression, including voice culture,^singing, reading, speuklng. gesture and 1pantomime, and It makes Its appeal,^then fine, to Ihe Interest of all w ho^would attain in vocal utterance that^perfection which corresponds with tine^^slyle^ In literature. It may he almost^banal le spcuk of this as a ^cause,^ yet^such it Is In the worthiest sense of the Ilerm. and one that Is to be cnmmend^d^in the heartiest manner to all true 1friends of culture and advancement. Monday.July a. H.. A. ^ P. will make^a rate of 11.00 for round trip. Uutte tg TheStar Shirt Waist tim.vde of slruox hut fin* UwIrM Hbirthii.^In the ^^^^ factory an the mai's Star 8birt.^Tha rut. styla anil finish *r^, ^^ a ronatv^qurofT, of rarept tons I mprit, and thU his^already won Koltifii opinions In all KanU-rn^*itiM for thla waUt; n faet, it ta ^Tha Btnt^Made. ' Trice $2.00each Ladies'Wrappers if prttty pat'era and nrettv . r.-d rsfssls.^Miirtk ^l .Ml sar*. with ruffle .ivcr nhoulder^^M aadc ami tini.li. ,1 with full ikirt. $1.00each 63 WYards of PercaleRemnants All36 iaehea wida. la avary varlaiy of da-^-1411 in laagthi t nun *i yarda tn H , yards, la^i'tiality worth 1^^ - yard, la faal eolora. 0a^aale at iocyard LaceCurtains Tli*^nd of th* HeaAon natursllv find* u^^Willi i.v.ral amall lul^ is dlfferunt p'riem W.^mak. a apvial diaeuunt on all thrs* ahnrt^i|uantltir^. Tlu-y vary from one lo four pair*^nfa kind, and from rs^ to fje.Bg each. \St^offer them at a diaeuunt of 20per cent Ladies'All Linen^Handkerchiefs Prettilyemhroiderr 1, vx4*fftt Ml cai-h. |H 25ceach TRAOtMARK^THE BEST MADE WoolenBicycle Suitings InTweeds, Cassnneres, Cheviots. 50c,75c and $1.00 yd. 69and 72 Inch Canvas Forprotecting betiding on camp^^ing trips. ZephyrGinghams Inassorted rolora and stripes, worth 15c a^yard for 5cyard BlueChecked^Apron Gingham^and Indigo Blue Calico Withwhit, fbjurci. 4cyard Allthe New Checks roK CushionCovers COURTENAY,CASE ^ GRAVELLE CO. 9sssB IssssJSiSS IS I ^^^^i ^!^.^* BUTTE,KONTAMA, liCOLONY OF CRIMINALS ACurious New York Tribe of^Unknown Origin. ABOUTTHE BINNEWATERS AnacondatialPH. iinrl return, good on all Secureii portfolio to-ciay nf iho j^t'oilictl-Kllzsliiiiuiins fight. ^The Fight ; ofthe Century. i'avctime hy tiikluc the liutlington^\ In HllliriKs for ^ liiiahu. Secure a portfolio to-day of the Pnrsettntisinirange sgMa ^Thu fight if Ihe Century. HISMISTAKE. HrWsa sn Acciilrnt Itiaiiriince Agent iiml^^linaril nil 0|^|Hiitunity. Fioliithe I'lcvelanii Leader. Thescorcher m lit around the cm ner^Bt a rale Of speed that ^ns tcrrllile.^ills bead hum; over the handle hats and^Ills naze rested upon the ivhizzitiK tire^of his riMilt wheel. Ho,ol course, he did not see the ni.in^upon the crossing. The latter was Ithinking of something timt had no cee^^I Dei-11^in wiih his Immedlste lurrouad-^IngH and the waniitiK of people who sawwhat ^rag a^inK to happen cane t.mlale. Thenwas a crash, a squawk, a streak^of blue anil then a thud.^The scorcher lay in Ihe middle of the street,a Quivering heap, ills btrycti waswrecked beyond redemption and It^was found, after a hasty examination,^thai the pedes! rian had a broken leg^ami a badly ionised aim. Willlnahands gathered up what was^left of the si orcher and put the pieces^Into a dry t;o^ils beS. The remains of^the b|eyclc were piled ill a little heap^analnsl Ike curbstone and the Injun d^RsSS ass hurriedly placed in un ambu^^lance. i'iili e way lo the hospital he uioane.1^continuously, and I tret and iinnn chldcd^biinscll for what he called his ^fatal^mistake '^^ai last one of tse sttenssSSti said:^^Wki do you bbigge yoeVeeffT it was milyotir faull. You OUgSt lo lie glad^that you escaped as yen did, rrnrc espe^^cially since lh,' reoreher is dead. Tea,^ihe injured man replied. ^Ihcre^Is much Ullgfsi linn in knowing ihr.t 1^have beeS the cause of Ihe reniovul of^one fenl from the world, hut I nm dis-^gfaced and BSSOSsf, My enfployers will^never have anything to do with nie^again. And vet I was one of the most^successful men In the business. ' Why. he was asked, how have you beessUssveaeedT You cesMNN help it. ,\h,' he bitterly H idled, ^I am an^accMenl Insurance agent and 1 didn't^I let my policy expire yesterday. Think^' of ihi object lesson I might have fur^^nished if 1 had only known what was^going to happen! I'll never be aide to^live this down If I am spared a thou^^sand years! Andthey said no genre, for they knew^thai In whs beyond the reach of com^^mon s\ nipathy. PsSssSsHsPence. ;surest the Syracuse Post. 'iviiv(BSD likes his ess* fried In a cer^^tain way. In this struggling, selfish Sfe^thai Mr. Ivhs is about to abandon, and^cult eeeMgdi thai his particular pot.noes^shall lie boiled with the skins on. or roast^^ed In gravv. or st. wisl in milk, or some^^thing. When his wife or boarding; house^ke. p. . Ix sl i- to Mud this out domest'e 'is ncc I^ ^.ir- lo have a chance for Its al-^i. ^ The ^ \ih iini. nl ef feedhsg whole^i i.pimuultlcs on Ihy* same diet has lieen^eftcn Irt.'.l. and hss we iH'lleve. outside 1of the Jills and other institutions of ref^^uge, generally peered ^ miiurc. CASTORIA ForInfants and Children. Tufie- /^ feSB erase** ThosoSuppoeed Descendants of Bonds^^men Hsve Been Outlaws and Malfac-^tors for Centuries-Live Not Far^From the Big Cities or the East. NewYork Times. Withina few miles of Kingston. N.^Y^ are a series of spring lakes upon Ihe^shores cf which live a peculiar people^utterly different from the other white^stock about them, so different that^their Very origin Is lost in obscurity.^They sis outlaws and criminals, and^freSI them sprang the Abe Buzzard^itang and other notorious malefactors^called by various tribal names, but are^best known In trigger county as ^Hln-^I newatr s,^ taking lhat nam.' from the^neighborhood In which they live. They^are also known as ^Klsers^ and ^Slout-^crs.^ and a settlement of them on the^I'altz mountains, at I'nnar Yang, are^known as ^^Pane YanReis.'' They are^also known as ^Klaerwiwter:i,^ or^^Clearwatcrs,^ ^Millets^ and ^P.ip-^ples,^ these being dominant family^names. Wheiher these names, which^gssj also borne by some of the most re^^spectable families in Ihe county named,^have been adopted by these people, or^whether they are degenerates from the^same family root la only a theory. Yet^is believed they had taken these names^in the early days of the colony because^they were servitors of the people who^bole them. Among them is the nam^^RoMBSBSi although the UoliinsoiiH are^not of the pure Hinnewliter breed. TheItlnneuaters have been from the^earliest history of the colony the veri^^est outcasts of society. To touch them^was contamination, and for a young^man to marry among them was consid^^ered as gears si sees a graver curse thanto form B mesalliance with a ne^^gro. A man who would do this was^immediately ostracised by all his^former friends and mourned for as^dead by hia parents and relatives. Thesepeople being outcasts were re^^duced to the most menial labor to gain^a livelihood, but as they were not In^love with work at nny lime they never^would work when there were hen roosts^thai might be easily robbed, or fish in^the lakes. Ilaskei making Is their only^Industry, and at this they are experts. Themarriage relation, where It ex^^isted, and in perhaps a majority of^cases, was taken up without the form^^ality of a lawful ceremony. In he dis^^solved at pleasure hy either man or^woman, and rested very lightly lasting^these people. So lax have been the^morals Of these people that there is^hardly a family among them which, if^it rose to th dignity ef a coat of grass,^w ould not be compelled to have the liar^sinister cross Its field several times.^For a young unmarried woman to b--^eeSM a mother several lUses, and for^each child to own a s-'parate father,^was not considered nny particular^offense ainonrr her own kindred, and^was no bar to her ultimate marriage to^some other man. who would fnthcr her^offspring. Men have beeen known to^sell their wives fo other men. and Ihe^women to go with their new masters^without protest. A man named Kerr is^said to hsve valued his wife so lightly^that she was sold to another man for^i half a dollar. Peopleso lax In their morals with^their own color could not be expected^Of course to remain strictly within^their own color. Whole families, run^^ning through several generations, have^not only the taint of African blood in^them, hut Mohican Indian as well, and^this mixture of rsecs has been so^worked, over and over again, that^whole groups of families have bseaSM^as swarthy as the darkest Italians. It^is a peculiarity of thes1 people that in^m:ui^ . as. s their young women ace he-^wltchlngty pretty. Their hard 1Mb and^the l.-rrlhlc usage which they are sub^^jected soon cause them to fade. Whis^^key also does Its part in their destruc^^tion. The common way to account for^Ihese ttraage people Is that ill the early^days of the settlement of th' country^1 by the Hutch they were the emptyings^of the Jails and workhouses of Holland,^which were sent to this country ss^1 bondsmen to ihe settlers, and who. un^^til th ir bond was worked out. were not^alkewtd to acquire land, and perhaps^1 not then.. It Is believed that among^! them were many who begged themselves^I out to the Dutch West India company^I for the purpose of being allowed free^M^mi!i to i In new i on 'it r J When^I their bond was worked out many of^them doubtless Joined the cilmlnal ele^^ment, who remained practically as^s rfa After the war for independence^they be, a me In every way their own^masters, and while many went away^and perftnps became good, industrious,^law abiding citizens, the major part of^then retained and gave loose rein to^the hereditary criminal tendency Isun^; in them. The fact that they exchange MIME theBstretM of the WHITE MIONT i;R^m''CRY have their dally wants sup^^plied with even regularity, All patrons W the city and vicinity are called upon as ,^often BSCS week as they desire by a representative of the store, and all orders^Bteea are Ailed with as much fidelity ami dispatch aa If done under Ihe eye of the^buyer. It Is this more than usual care and promptness, the exceptionally tine line^of goods carried anil Ihe fairness of prices charged lhat Is adding daily to the pop^^ularity of the BJttlTI FltONT till CEKV. Hut our best agent of progress Is the^maintaining of the motto: IfYou Buy Your Groceries at Courtney's They Are Good 308-310-312 N. Main Street Telophoro 183 Butte THOMASF. COURTNEY TYPEWRITERSCb;ap;r Tilan ^iK ui Ahealth's Primer for...^A Nu. 2 RenslBltOS for..^A No. 2 Remington for.^A No. 5 Itemitigton for.^A No. .^i Hciningtiin for. IS5.0025.00^30. (X)^.10.00^M.00 ANo. 6 Iteniington for 70.00 Samplesof the Work for tho Asking, Kither by Mail or in Person. MONTANAELECTRIC CO. NTATKMBMtS KOU HiF. DRNSMORE H.'ll.i13. Kiihthl'imihvay. 1'ulte,Montana. 5ANACONDA COPPER MINING CO.^Lumber Dept astanufstturers sod Wholesale Dealers Is \ROUGH and DRESSED LUHBER, Allkinds of Mining and Uridrp Timbers a Specialty. Largopry Kilns In connection with th* mill. Sash and Door Factory. Sash,^Doors, Mouldings, t'edar Shingles and Pine Lath. Intc*lor Hardwood or Pine. A^Hand Ralls. Hnlurters and Newel fosts. Scroll Sawing, Turning and Kancy^Brackets. Over 2.000.000 feet No. 1 Clear Flnioh in stock, either yard seasoned or^kiln dried. Estimates and price Hi's on application. Mills at Hamilton, Hontana. iV i DTiC e Offices Yards, 400 Utah Avenue, South Butts.^J I Alt^J e ^^ Cor. Bireh and Front Sts., Ansconds t THEGREAT 333 CASHGROCERY WeIBSISBlSg thd quality of our^goods. Our prises SpSSjl for them^^selves. BITTKIt:nn KestCreaarery, per BossesoVC CHBMB:nc.^Kiiii Crease, tare pounds fataUC OOfVtt: Arabian.I.Ion or XXXX. two packagesfef LAM): Fivepounds best for Asour BBSSS here is limited we can^^not quote you as many prices as we^would like tn. but call and get our^prices on other goods and you will he^convinced that we sell the best BSSeal^for less money than any other gtSTl hi^Butte. TheGreat 333 CASHGROCERY ,VXiS. .Arizona St., Butte, Mont. OJIPKOVID) AJAXELECTRIC BELTS BeatIn tha World. go.1S10O0 Sn. 2.815 00 No.315 00 Net H5.00 Dr.Sanden's Electric Belts Mo.1 $5.00 No. -2 8S.OS 25c40c BELTSa^nt C. O. D., with prWiUt;* of *ta^W^nation, upu^ rccfipt ol On** Dollar. Clreu*'^'.Art aaat upon application. A Mrea*. E.E.GalloflyC i^ .i^ ,^nn.^t|^dutte, Montana ^ ^ ^ \tsitswith the Bloat en in S, lioharie.^the Pocbacfcere in New Jereejr and th^^Pang Yangers. nearer home, and that^they Sea to those places when threat^^ened with arrest, proves the common^origin of all the various treses. Thenumber of these strange people^has greatly diminished sine,- the civil^war The Wallkill Valley ralroud hts^cut through the heart of their settle^^ment and has acted on it like a drain^on swamp land. The Delaware and^Hudson canal has also scattered then^up Into Pennsylvania. The puhlle and^Sunday schools have atea mm d havoc^among the trlbee by teaching th^ young^folks to read and that they car rhs)^above bhefc condition if th ^ v. ill^Many are improved now, and in an^^other half century, perhaps, th ^ genu^^ine Binncwater will have disappeared -MSHU.4T t HEUU- Hospitaland (..Bices corner Quarts end^A i.k.i st re. is. Butte Mom. Telephone .',east no for Ambulance. A^Sfandard^ Classified^Adv. wHt supply your wants