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you have been paying. Why not 4
give us a trial order. We guarantee jl
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You Can See
At a dance!
Imported Anchovies,
per pound...........
Pickled Salmon, tinned,
no waste, per lt> .......
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you can buy the Cran
berries, 2 tb cans .........
Hint
Loggies' Blueberries,
two cans ..................
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Pure Sugar Syrup,
per gallon .................
...50c 1
Corned Beef
2-lb can ...................
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.....25c $
Powdered Borax for
the bath. 4 nounds.......
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$209 MAIN STREET!
Î BUTTE, MONT. $
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Dugan & Jones
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No. i East Granite St.
(Bear S. B. National Bank.;
EUTTE - MONTANA.
HUIE POCK & CO.
. Dca'er in
Chinese and Japanese
Fancy Goods, Teas. Chinaware and In
dies' Dress Goods. All kinds of anir .
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Underwear
made to order.
No, 227 South Main. Butte.
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Best Dining Gar Service.
ELE6ANT EQUIPMENT.
Chair Gars Free.
TWO FAST MM DAILY.
THREW UP
THE SPONGE
Thomas Rowan Withdraws His
Contest vs. Elderkin
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ARBOR DAY OBSERVED BY
Judge Clancy, But Judge Lindsay
Keeps the Legal Mill at
Work.
Through his attorney, M. D. Leeliey,
Thomas Rowan, the Eighth ward ex-al
derman, who began proceedings In the
district court last week to unseat E. D.
Elderkin, his successful opponent in the
Eighth, dismissed the contest totiay and
Elderkin will occupy a seat in the city
council, to which a majority of nearly
300 voters in the ward preferred him
against all entries in the race.
With the expectation that the west
wing of the court would be In session, a
number of people having business of a
legal nature rattled the door connecting
Judge Clancy's department with the out
: side world this morning, but only the
! bailiff possessed the "open sesame," and
J he was not about. It had not occurred
-to the callers that it was Arbor day; a
! day on. which people are supposed to lay
aside all legal matters and plant trees
lor any old thing that will grow. In the
absence of something else to plant, the
court people planted themselves on the
corridor benches for a short time and
discussed the legal aspects of the $200,000
damage suit which "Swede" Murphy is
said to be preparing to institute against
j the. Standard Publishing company of An
j acondia.
j Many of those who thought court
i would be in session called for the express
1 purpose of hearing the decision In the
! contempt proceedings having their ori
: gin In the Boston & Montana receivership
; matter. This was the day on. which it
■ was to be rendered, but at the time Judge
Clancy made the setting he doubtless did
; not think of Arbor day. Tt was not until
about 5 o'clock last evening that he de
cl died to adjourtj until Wednesday morn
ing.
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different. When the big clock In tiie
* <nv . er tapped 10 o'clock ho convened for
business and resumed the hearing of the
injunction proceedings of the Butte &
® ost ° n lining company against the
Montana Ore Purchasing company. The
action involves the Tramway and Sno
homish lode claims. The testimony was
S all submitted last evenin
ments made today.
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i J- W. Kinder and his wife Hannah,
4 ; who were convicted of grand larceny last
J fall and sentenced to two years in the
penitentiary, will in all probability not be
compelled to face the barrier again. Im
mediately after their conviction their at
torney gave notice of appeal and the de
fendants have been kept at the county
jail since then. The recent decision of
the supreme court granting them a new
trial because they were convicted to
gether and there was no testimony to
show that Kinder was guilty, has caused
the prosecuting attorney to partly decide
to not indulge in another trial unless
stronger proof of guilt is produced—lie
does not see why the woman should be
sent up and the man turned loose.
and the argu
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The trial of the suit of Henry R. Bart
lett against Red D. Leggat to recover
judgment on a check for $500 given by the
former to the latter last year In part pay
ment on the purchase of the Buffalo Hill
group of mines in Idaho was ended in
, Judge Clancy's court last evening and a
! verdict returned in favor of the plaintiff.
Mabel G. Seward, who is being sued for
divorce by Jesse J. Seward, has decided
! to battle the action ar.d has taken the
preliminary steps by filing an answer and
: cross bill. In the answer she makes a
i general denial of the charges against her,
I and In the cross-complair.it states that
i Seward and herself were married in St.
j Paul on February 10, 1S97; that they lived
! together about two weeks, at the end of
Î which time he deserted her, leaving her
; in destitute circumstances; that she has
! since been compelled to rely *on friends
and relatives for her support and work
as a clerk for $5 per week; that her hus
band is employed as a nurse at the St.
James hospital and earns from $75 to $100
per month; that her attorney has inform
ed her she has a bona fide defense to the
action; that she would like to have the
court compel Seward to pay him $100 aa
a fee, give up $30 as court expenses and
j pay her alimony, pending the determina
tion of the suit.
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If you desire goods of the highest qual
ity, visit us. We can supply you with
the best Fruits and Vegetables in cans
and glass. The wants of the public have
been considered in the selecting of our
stock, and whether you are buying for
hotel, restaurant or private family, your
best interest might be served by calling
and examining our stock and learning
our prices.
THEWHITE FRONTGROCERY
220 N. Main Si. i bom 185.
TH0S. F. COURTNEY
Daniel W. Connole, who succeeded to a
portion of the wealth left by William J.
McNamara, together with others, lias
brought suit against C. C. Goddard, II.
J. Ostberg. J. M. Bloom and Ole Larson
; to recover judgment on a prorr.issary note
! for J26S.S3. The note is said to be dated
j September 17. 1881.
j Ellingwood & Rcznor, grocers, are su
I ing Barney Bohan to recover judgment
i for SU7.SS alleged to be due them for
I goods sold the defendants In 1396.
Gold fillings. Lowest rates. Dr. Wix.
BUILDING TRADES
LABOR UNION
THEY ASK FOR A REDUCTION OF
HOURS FROM NTNE TO ETGHT
AND SEVERAL OTHER
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walkout comes the strike of the building,
trades union, the demand being for a re-'
ductlon of working hours from nine to
eight. The demand was presented to the
contractors on the first of May, and as
the contractors propose to resist the de
mand it is quite probable that building in
Butte this season, will be somewhat lim
ited. Several contractors, who had large
buildings under construction were forced
to accede Immediately to the demands of
the strikers, but at a meeting of the con
tractors, held Saturday evening it was
decided to resist the demand, and insist
upon a nine hour work day. At a meet
ing of the carpenters' union, last night,
a suggestion was made to the effect that,
as a method of bringing the contractors
around to the union men's manner of
thinking, the journeymen go out and do
a little contracting themselves. The sug
gestion met with very general favor, and.
unless a settlement is effected early, will
probably be acteiï upon.
The trades union has also promulgated
a rule to the effect that one man cannot
take a contract to construct a building
and then sub-contract in the various de
partments of construction work. ' Each
class of work must be contracted for
separately.
Dr. Rinehart pulls teeth, no pain.
A SECOND DISH.
PROVED TOO MUCH FOR ACTUAL
NEED AND SHOWED THE VAL
UE OF CONDENSED FOOD.
"When the new food was first placed
In my store I took a package home to
try. The name, 'Grape-Nuts'' had at
tracted my attention ami the statement
that it was partly composed of grape
sugar excited my interest, ns we all know
that grape-sugar, made by certain meth
od's of treating the cereals, is one of the
most nourishing and digestible grticies
that can he eaten..
I rather expected to like the food but
was not expecting that the children
would take so kindly to it. Each one of
the little folks, however, passed up tile
saucer for a second supply a.nd so did I.
It is a delicious novelty and very grate
ful to the palate. I found, aoout midway
in my second dish, that I had sufficient
for a meal and realized for the first,lime
that I was eating a condensed food that
supplies ones wants with a few spoons
ful and does not require anything like
the volume to furnish the amount of food
required, as when any of the ordinary
forms of cereals are served. Grape-Nuts
are an elegant food and the Postum Cer
eal Co., Limited are to be congratulated
upon the discovery," said M. O. Goossen,
the well known fancy grocer of Grand
Rapids.
Goid filiings. Lowest rates. Dr. Wix.
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AT THE HOTELS.
The Butte—Harry Frank, New York;
Fred L. Foster, San Francisco; Frank II.
llilton and wife, St. Paid; George W.
Gallagher, "Devil's Auction" company;
J. B. Tregloar, San Francisco; John W.
Lloyd, Chicago; W. G. Norris, Spokane;
Emory White, Tacoma; Thomas Branan,
Anaconda; R. T. Allen, San Francisco;
John Maguire, Butte; A. Freeman, Chi
cago; IV. Bray, Bon Accord; A. Longlni,
Chicago; W. D. Smith, Miles City.
The McDermott— S. W. Tyler, Denver;
J. C. Pirath, New York; Geo. \V. Hub
bard, Billings; H. S. Covey, Chicago; J.
G. Davis and wife, Spokane; Alex Gray,
Sheridan; T. J. Armstrong, Chicago; F.
Anderson, Denver; H. S. Yeamans, Chi
cago; A. R. D. Patterson, W. W. A Iver
son. San Fran 'sen; R. P. Elliott, Louis
E. Miller, New York.
UOINti OUT OK HUSINK'-S
Our entire 'dock of fine harnesses, sad
dles, whips, dusters, etc., will be sold at
a discount of 15 to 20 per cent until wo
close out the stock Come earl y and get
your choice. Silver Bow Harness Shop, 121
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DISSOLUTION NOTU'IC
Notice is hereby given that the firm of
Christ Saxhang < 3 - Emil Anderson, who
have their place of business .-it 219 South
Arizona, known as Arizona Saloon, have
dissolved partnership, Christ Saxhang
withdrawing from business. Emil Ander
son will collect and pay all bills of the
firm.
Teeth extracted, no pain. Dr. Rinehart.
SHOUT USE I'AHK
Bids for privlcges at this popular re
sort are now open. Several big picri •
already booked. Every kind of amuse
ment invited. Wanted, a first-clars
merry-go-round. Address
CHAS. LIE B E N S T EIN.
Room 528 Hennessy Building.
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Just received four carloads of carriages.
If you want the best or something stylish
and durable call and inspect my stock.
Standard Carriage Works
237 S. Main St , Butta
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TALKS WITH
Louis Millen. ' Klondike Placer
Machine
BRINGING HIM IN FORTUNE
Will Contract for 100 More Machines
at Once-.Royaltv $25 Per
Bay Per Machine.
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Louis Miller, formerly of the Alta mine
at Wiekes, and well known in Butte, is
in the city today on his return from the
Klondike. Mr. Miller owns a patent
placer washing machine from which he
is receiving as royalty $250 per day for
the 10 machines in use at the present
time on Eldorado and Bonanza creeks.
The machine is built on the syphon prln
eiple and is said to be working very suc
cessfully.
Mr. Miller is now en route to Chicago,
where he will let contracts for the con
struction of 100 new machines, for which
he says he can find ready use on the
Klondike at $25 per day royalty. Like
all returning Klondikers Mr. Miller car
ries a few handfuls of nuggets to show
what that country can produce.
"The Klondike will produce a heap of
gold this year," said Mr. Miller to an In
ter Mountain reporter," and it will con
tinue to produce it for many years to
come, as there are immense quartz lodes
in that locality. Now is just as good a
time as any to go to that country, but a
man must have the right kind of grit to
be successful. Of course some kinds of
business are overdone, notably the saloon
business, but whisky costs four bits a
drink just the same, and it is worth it.
"The railroad to the lakes will be com
pleted by the 10th of July, so that in a
short time it will be a comparatively easy
matter to get into that country. With
easier and cheaper transportation Alaska
is bound to be settled with a good, hardy
class of people, and l believe the develop
ment of the country will follow on a
mammoth scale. Of course there are a
great many idle men now around Daw
son and a man should lie fairly well
equipped with capital before making a
trio to that northern country. The pos
sibilities of tli.> country are great, how
ever. and a man with a little money and
willing to work and brave a few discom
forts should make money."
TRAVELERS

Major R. L. Hornbrook, who is operat
ing a mine near Garnet, is in the city to
day on ids return from San Francisco,
whore he has spent several months. The
major has been under the weather for
some time and comes hack much bene
fited by the trip to the south. He will
spend a day or two at the springs and
then journey hack to Garnet to resume
operations on the mine.
Dr. Rinehart, dentist, Hennessy block.
CLAY CLEMENTS,
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are no better proofs of the merits
of an entertainment than its life—the
growth after years of presentation !>■•
fore the public. The best, the plays in
which some truth is told, the plays de
picted in which life as it is lived, in'which
the characters are real and attach thein
; selves to the public by sympathetic
j chords that bind together people who like
i each other; pi lys that when you see them
you may say: "That, man or that woman
is like some one I know; he or she does
or says just what the persons, whom they
remind me, would do or say if placed in
a similar position." These are the rea
sons why Clay Clement's pretty story of
Virginia life, as told in his delightful
play, '"The New Dominion," has gained
fond following, and is enjoyed among
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like cleanliness, purity
ig comedy in a play. Every
laugh, every moistening of the eye with
the pathos of the story in Mr. Clement's
"New Dominion" Is gotten by perfectly
legitimate* methods. Not a point is
strained to create ripples and roars of
laughter that nightly greet the quaint,
humorous, wise and witty Baron Hohen
staiiffen in his. efforts with his limited
English, to teil liis love to the fair Vir
gin.a girl, who at last becomes the
Baroness Von Hohenntauffen. The ap
pearance of the play in this city on Thurs
day and Friday should attract the best,
if not all of those who like good plays.
Gold fittings. Rinehart, dentist.
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AMOS' TURKISH BATHS
Amos' Turkish and steam baths rpen
day and night. The only professional
shampooers in the city. Turkish baths
$1. plain baths 23c. Corner Broadway
and Main street.
*20 sets of teeth $10. Dr. Wix.
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hereby given that we (mom
penters' Union No. H2> will
Notice is hereby
bets of Carp
work for any fair employer or person
that works union hours and pays the
union scale of wages.
J. G. FL'MBERTON, Pr«s.
A. F. Rosslow, Rec. Sec.. I». O. Box 641
Gold filling.". Lowest rate«. n r _ Wix.
The J. B. L. Treatment
May be absolutely relied on in the
following complaints: Constipation,
Appendicitis, Obesity. Headache. Diarr
hoen, Dyspepsia, Common Colds,
Piles, Dysentery, Skin Diseases. Bilious
Colic. Cholera Morbus, Kidney and Liver
Troubles.
Consultation free.
Prof. C. Sullivan
Telephone 215. 312 West Broadway,
Butte Mont.
Call or write for book containing
private words to woman.
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Is very little money to invest In a suit,
but if the suit Is not made of the right
fabrics, is not tailored properly, has no
style, your investment of $10 Is virtually
a loss.
Every Investment you make In cloth
ing from our store will be gilt-edge.
For Example, Our $ 10 Suits
Are all wool In Casslmeres and Fancy Worsteds, trimmed with Italian
and Serge trimmings, French facing, and broad satin piping.
$15. $18 and $20 Suits
The most exclusive, nobbiest and best ready-to-wear clothing that
science and skilled workmanship can produce
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LIGHT HARNESS
We can suit the mo3t fas
tidious, and It does not
take a large amount of
of monoy, either.
J.N.NEVILLS&CO.
106 EAST
Silver Block.
PARK ST.
Tel. 644
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THE ELECTRIKURE
Thousands of people know what
Electrikure Is, but do you? We cannot
tell you all about it here, but can say
that it will cure any sickness whatever
that is strictly a disease, provided the in
strument Is properly used, lt will abso
lutely arrest and cure any sudden attack
of illness. It will break up any fever
and actually cure hostB of chronic com
plaints heretofore known as incurable.
There ore hundreds of people in Montana
that have been cured by Its use after all
other treatments failed, and which you
can see proofs of by calling at or sending
to our office. Address Montana Electri
kure Co., 14 West Park, Butte, Mont.,
Prof. F. F. Shadduek, Mgr.
NOTE.—We have the best Electric Belt
made.
BUTTE SEWER PIPE & TILE CO
SEWER PIPE, RED BRICK, FIRE BRICK AND CLAY
Cement, Lime, Lath. Plaster, Hair
Bituminous, Anthracite, and Smithing Coal
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at Our Windows
This week it is MANDOLINS at reduced prices.
Jn MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS You can find what you
want at our store, and you can buy diaper from us than
elsewhere. Try it.
C. E. WENDELL, Manager
% 19 North Main Street
A NËW HOlfcL,
The Dorothy, run on the European
plan, elegantly furnished apartments, j
with electric light, baths, hot and cold j
water in every room, iarge office, read- i
ing and writing room, and a sample room j
which will suit every traveling man; cafe
In connection, where you can get anything
you wish. Only one Isloek from the heart;
of the city. Granite, corn*».- of Wyoming, i
Telephone.
Finest crown bridge work. Dr. Wix. *
Best Work. Lowest Prices
OLD
WALLPAPER GLEANED
Equal to new Orders Promptly Attended to
SWARTZ A GERMAIN
107 West Broadway........ Butta
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Private Rooms for Ladies ^ (
Also Healers In | ^
Chinese and Japanese^
Fancy Goods \ [
Best Teas. Fine Silks,Chinaware Etc »
87 W. Park St., Butte. < >
HUM FAY. Prop, and Mgr

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