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EUTTE . MONTANA.
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HUIE POCK & CO
Dealer in
Chinese and Japanese
Fancy Goods, Teas, Chinaware and La*
dies' Dress Gouda. All kinds of Silks.
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Underwear
made to order.
No. 227 South Main, Butte.
Good Jersey
Milch Cows
-»^For Sale
Driving Horses for Sale.
Inquire
BircMÉ Stört Fan
29 W. Broadway.
Will HELP T
Butte Will Send Relief to
Wardner
FOR MINERS FAMILIES.
Silver Bow Trades and Labor Assem
bly Takes the Initiative Yester
day in the Matter.
Th Silver Bow Trades and Labor as
sembly delegates met at Miners' union
yesterday afternoon to take some
steps looking to the relief of the families
of miners at Wardner, Idaho, who are
in destitute circumstances owing to the
labor troubles in the Coeur d'Alenes. The
meeting was very largely attended.
A managing committee of nine was ap
pointed to take charge of the relief work.
This committee will appoint sub-com
mittees who will solicit subscriptions of
money and contributions of all kinds of j
supplies and provisions which will be
sent direct to Wardner and distributed
to the needy. Other points of the state,
outside of Butte, will be visited by the
committee, but Butte will be its head
quarters.
The members of the managing commit
tee are: E. F. Dobson, George Morehart,
George Ross. J. B. Furey. W. G. Looker,
M. A. Griffin, W. G. Whiteley, William
Walsh and P. J. Hollberg.
Several business houses of Butte have
offered to make handsome donations of
provisions and the first carload will be
shipped to Wardner by the last of the
week.
A number of Wardner men were at tbe
meeting yesterday and made brief ad
dresses. They all united in saying that
the people of Butte had no conception
whatever of the state of affairs in the
Coeur d'Alenes and the hardships and in
sults the people had to bear under mili
tary rule.
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THE COURSING MATCH.
There was a fair crowd in attendance
at the coursing match yesterday after
noon. C. Jerome of San Francisco acted
.as judge and gave excellent satisfaction,
jit is understood he will remain perma
nently. The summaries were as follows:
Puppy stakes—Pleasanton beat Gilt
Edge; Lobelia beat Timothy; Dusty
Miller a bye; Honeymoon drawn; Rusty
beat Peasant Boy; Bob Fitz beat Arabi
Pasha; Lady Euclid beat Col. Lopez.
Second round—Lobelia beat »Pleasan
ton; Dusty Miller beat Rusty; Rob Fitz
beat Lady Euclid.
Semi-finals—Lobelia beat Dusty Miller;
Bob Fitz a bye.
Final—Wood Craddock's Lobelia (Fitz
jSimons-Ida Twister) beat T. Mutton's
Bob Fitz (Fitzsimmons-Fleet) and won
first, $15; Fitz second, $10. Corbis &
Smith's Dusty Miller (Fitzsimmons-Lady
Emily) third, $5.
Sapling stake—Montana Sltyball heat
Illawarra; Queen of the West beat Samp
son; Comedienne beat Mimosa; Yan tara
beat Dandaloo.
Semi-flanals—Montana Skyball beat
Comedienne; Yantara beat Queen of the
West.
Final—James Treioar's Montana Sky
bal (Fitzsimmons-Belle of Centerville)
took first, $15; Clifford Bovett's (ns) Yan
tara (imp. Waratah-imp. Wasted Time)
drawn, took second, $7.50: Comedienne
and Queen of the West saved their stake.
AT THE HOTELS.
The Butte—A. E. Berry, Boston; Will
iam Drake, A. McKinnon, Norris; R. V.
Sebree, Dillon; R. A. Keyes, Salt Lake;
Thomas Frith, New York; C. A. Shay,
Bozeman; George W. Currier, Denver;
Jesse Koshland, Boston; Mrs. L. Grannis,
Lucy R. Grannis, L. R. Grannis, Dillon;
H. Matthewson, M. Alsburg, A. S. Levy,'
New York; J. T. Rader, New York; W. P.
Forbis, Missoula: B. H. Roberts, Utah;
D. R. Hubbard, Dos Moines; Percy A.
Fenimore, Wakefield Opera company;
Miss Blanche Fowler, Helena; .Tamos
O'Connell and wife, Divide; Richard A.
Harlow, Helena.
The McDermott—Louis Janin, Clarance
King, San Francisco; Jere Collins, Hel
ena; R. Dorn. T. W. Poindexter. Jr., Hel
ena; R. F. Knox, Rochester; Lieutenant
S. Dorn, U. S. V., Manila; George Parker,
Milwaukee; A. M. Grant, Salt Lake;
James Ferdell, Ed O. Young, Honolulu;
J. A. Weed. Pocatello; Henry N. Blake,
Helena: James Madden and wife, Basin;
C. W. Bartine, New York: J. H. Stuart,
Helena; Frank R. Gup, Highland Falls,
N. Y.; James Jobb, White Sulphur
Springs; J. P. McCarthy, New York; B.
C. Couehman, Jamestown, N. Y.; Silas C.
Styles and daughter, Asbury Park, N. J.;
E. S. Stackpole, Deer Lodge; A. P. Chase,
Basin; R. F. Casey, Minneapolis; W. A.
Selvidge, Helena; S. K. M. Dowell, Hel
ena; A. J. Linden, Omaha; S. J. Kuqua,
Columbus, O.
BAPTISMAL CEREMONY.
Margaret, the infant daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. D. J. Hennessy, was baptized
yesterday afternoon in St. Patrick's
church and the solemn ceremony was
witnessed by many of the friends of the
family. After the ceremony the party
repaired to the Hennessy residence where
a sumptuous repast was partaken of.
Those present were; Mr. and Mrs. D. J.
Hennessy, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hennessy,
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. White, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Sully, Mr. and Mrs. James Berry,
William Scallon and Miss O'Reagan.
Dentist Rinehart moved to 14 W Park.
DEPARTMENT WAS KEPT BUSY.
The fire department was called out
twice last night. The first call came from
the residence of John Noyes, corner of
Wyoming and Granite streets, where
some light decorations, had in some way,
become ignited. The flames were quickiy
extinguished with but slight damage.
The department had just returned to
the station when a second alarm called
the firemen to No. 411 North Main street.
where the roof of a confectionery store,
kept by Mrs. T. It. Cionin, had b en set
on Hre by fireworks. Here, aiso. the dam
age was inconsequential.
Early yesterday morning the depart
ment was called to near the corner of
Aluminum and Wyoming street, where
an old blacksmith shop was destroyed.
The building had not been occupied for
some time.
About 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon the
coal sheds of the Montana Union railway
were discovered to be in liâmes, and a
from box No. 74 biought out the depait
ment. The damage was about $25.
BRIGGS WANTED TO DIE.
Jl'MiFKD INTO SH.,VF, It BOW CREEK,
BUT WAS RESCUED.
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explanation William Bri
safe concerning his attempt to commit
suicide, which was made about 7 o'clod
last night, at the wagon bridge which |
spans Silver Bow creek, near the power i
plant of the General Electric company.
Briggs ltad jumped into the creek but had
been promptly rescued, and, save a bad
cut on his head, received no serious in
jury. The attempt was witnessed by a
number of men who were near the saloon
conducted by Alex Gilbert, and which is
situated about 100 yards north of the
bridge.
When Briggs was first seen by tin -e
men lie was walking down Montana
street rapidly. Attention was drawn to
j him by reason of 1rs peculiar actions.
1-le was waving his arms wildly in the
air and acting like one demented. Ap
parently lie had made up his mind to d: ■
and wanted the job over with quickly,
for as soon as he arrived at the bridge lie
threw aside lii.s hat, and without a mo
ment's hesitation plunged, head first into
the creek.
The watchers in front of the saloon
acted promptly, and a few seconds lao r
Briggs was fished out. He was bleeding
j from a scalp wound, and contact with the
j cold water brought, on a chill. For an
! hour his rescuers endeavored to interest
I the county authorities in his behalf, but
I were not successful and at length the
St. James hospital ambulance was sum
moned and he was taken to that institu
tion.
Briggs told Ids rescuers that he was re
cently from Penn Yan, N. Y., and that
lie was a machinist. He talked in a ram
bling. incoherent manner, and those who
heard him are of the opinion that his
mind is unbalanced. He had no money.
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CANDIDATE FOR THE PEN
JACK DOYLE IS ACCUSED OF HAV
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Jack Doyle, a young man from Great
Falls, was arrested by the police laist |
night on a charge of procuring. He is
charged with having induced Gussie
Fowler, a 16-year-old girl, and lier sister
in-law, Mrs. Fowler, a young woman, to
leave Great Falls and come to Butte for
immoral purposes, lie is also charged ]
with having accomplished the ruin of the
younger girl.
The matter came to light about mid
night last night when young Fowler, the
brother of the girl and the husband of
the cider of the two, arrived in (lie city.
He mod Officer Tom Walsh on Galena
street, and to him told his story. He de
scribed Doyle and said he wanted him j
arrested. As ho was describing Doyle
tha t worthy appeared on the opposite side I
of die street and a few seconds later was |
in tlie custody of the officer
he was subjected to
and finally admitted bis guilt and told
the officers that the women were at the
Trilby, on the corner of Wyoming and
Galena streets.
Walsh and Sergeant McGrath went to
the Trilby and found the women. They
admitted that they had loft Great Falls
at the instigation of Doyle. The girl,
Gussie, told everything, and her story
may mean a term in the penitentiary for
Doyle. She said that when they arrived
in Butte he took them to the Copper
block, where, on the same evening, he ac
complishedi lier ruin. The next day,
through Doyle's instigation, they became
inmates of the Castle. Both were very
penitent and expressed a desire to return
to their homes. Young Fowler took Ids
sister to a hotel, and today left with her
for Great Falls, but would have nothing
to do with his wife.
Doyle will be prosecuted on a charge of
procuring or seduction.
TRY ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE,
A powder to be shaken into the shoes.
At this season your feet feel swollen, ner
vous and hot, and get tired easily. If you
have smarting feet or tight shoes, try Al
len's Foot-Ease. It cools the feet and
makes walking easy. Cures swollen and
sweating feet, blisters and callous spots.
Relieves corns and bunions of all pain
and gives rest and comfort. Try it to
day. Sold by all druggists and shoe
stores for 25c. Trial package FREE. Ad
dress, Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y.
Vapor baths Gratr.Ilng's, 41 N. Main.
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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
bèèn°considered in the selecting of our
stock, and whether you are buying for
hotel, restaurant or private family, your
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•nd examining our stock and learn.ng
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THE WHITE FRONTGROCERY j
220 N. Main St. Phone 185. j
TH0S. F. COURTNEY 1
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Helena—The following officers of the
Montana Society of the Sons of the
Ameiican Revolution have been elected:
H. H. Palmer or' Helena, president; J.
!tlatchford Collins of Missoula, vice pres
ident: F. H. Crowell of Helena, secretary;
Ma.;or James Shoemaker of Helena,
treasurer, and A. O. Southmayd of Hel
ena, register.
Marysville— J. K. Bramble, a lawyer of
this place, while returning horn? from Ids
ofiiee ;i few nights ago was "white
capped" by a party of about 15 men, and ;
lias appealed to the Helena authorities !
for protection.
Pony Sentinel: A crazy book agent per
ambulated our streets Friday and Satur
day last, entered nearly every bouse in
town and terrorized a good many timid
(women. At W. W. Morris' house he fol
I lowed Mrs. Morris through a number of
rooms with a revolver in liis hand. A
for him, but ho
| RPaif q, w \' ls ' then "made
i had skipped. Ho seemed to be
crazy on
religion, for every time lie was repulsed
when he tried to sell one of ' God's books"
he said, "No wonder the devil is getting
mad 1 am selling so inunv books."
Volun
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FUNERAL OF WILBUR BOYCE.
The remains of the late Wilbur Boyce
were it; tot red yistiiilay afternoon with
military honors. The funeral services
were held at the residence of the uncle of
the deceased, John H. Curtis, and were
conducted by the Rev. J. M. .-'ettle of the
IM. E. church south. The cen mon
j were impressive and lha concourse of si
rowing friends very large.
I Troop L. Third United Suit
teer Cavalry, of which the do
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j ioff. Corp. a. I >. .YiejJougai, cor;
! Baker, Corp. Jtid Brown. Corp. Jack Gil
lesplc. Corp. H. C, Bryart, Trumpeter
John M. Tobin, Farrier A. F. Gray. Wag
oner C. F. Dooley, Saddler Jno. A. Os
borne, Privates Han Harley, Hobt. Carie-!
! ten. T'. F. Deloughery, W. F. Johnson. YV. !
IT. Wright, Jos. Fisher. Win. J. Weeks, J. !
! J. Hill. John Chennette, W. Belliveau. j
i Louis Des Jardin. Harry Anslnitz, Frank i
Ferguson, E. J. Kennedy, Clint II. Kerr,;
Pete Gallon, H. C. Smit',. ;
Colonel C. F. Lloyd of the Third United
States Volunteer cavalry and Lieutenant
W. E. Davits of the United States Vol
unteer Signal. St rvice corps were also in
attendance.
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'Gay Stivers. Corp. Paul Hudt-j
. A. D. McDougal. Corp. Hobt.
HOW CRAFT DID IT.
WENT ABOUT THE WORK IN A DE
TERMINED WAY.
Under the heading "One minute
romance from every-day life," a San
Francisco paper tells of the manner in
which Horace J. Craft, formerly in the
commission business in this city, but who
left here last October to engage in busl
ness in the sandwich island, wooed and
won Miss Helen K. Wilder, the heiress,
in Honolulu, an acount of the finale of
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which was published in the Inter Moun
tain a few days ago. The story is as fol
lows : "She is a woman, and therefore to
be wooed," was Horace Crafts' quotation
when some one warned him against pay
court to the handsome young Hawai
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ian heiress, Miss Helen Wilder. 1 love
her, and I can take care of her even If she i
forfeits her money by marrying me, he!
said, and lie went about his lovemaking
in a determined sort of the way which
presages victory. I
Miss Wilder, whose efficient work as
special police and humane officer in Hono
lulu was described in these columns re
cently, met Mr. Crafts last October on
the steamship Australia en route for San
Francisco. In December them met again
in a street in Honolulu.
"Are you staying here permanently?"
s ] le a sked surprised.
"Yes, Miss Wilder," he replied, with
the breezy effrontery of a western-born
American, "I am hero for tlie purpose of
winning your hand."
"The idea!" said Miss Wilder, aghast.
"Good-day, sir!"
She swept away haughtily, and lie
smoked liis cigar meditatively and pon
dcred upon the curious ways of women.
In February he saw her handcuffing a l
man at the wharf and watched her as she !
marched the crow-beating master of a !
schooner away to prison. She had no |
eyes for him then, and lie went home dis- i
consolately. j
Three times in March he knocked at her |
gates in vain. Miss Wilder was not at
home, the Chinaman on guard said, smil- j
ing obliquely. But in April lie was ad
mitted. In May ho was free to come and |
go, and when June came lie ran away
with her like the dashing, slashing Loch
invar that tie is, and made lier his bride
in California.
CRYSTAL SPRINGS.
Crystal Springs is the best pleasure re
sort in the northwest. There is a newly
constructed hotel, with pleasant parlors
and dining rooms. Excellent lunches are
served at all hours. Plunge baths sup
plied by the only hot water artesian
wells in the state. Private parties given
Special attention if they will notify the
management in advance. Only live miles
front Butte. *
Suits and Pants sponged
and cleaned. C. F. F ion er,
tailor shop No. 3 W. Galena. Prices easy.
PRESSED
LOW RATES VTA TIIE MILWAUKEE.
On June 1C, 17 and 19 the C. M. & St.
P. will make exceptionally low round-trip
rates from St. Paul and Minneapolis to
points in the east, tickets good for re
turn passage until September 4. Round
trip tickets to a large number of other
points in the east anti west at greatly
reduced rates will also lie on sale at
points on the "Milwaukee" during the re
mainder of June anil throughout July.
Tho "Milwaukee" is tho line which oper
ates between the Twin Cities and Chi
cago the celebrated Pioneer Limited—the
only perfect train in the worid.
Dentist Rinehart moved to 14 W Park.
NOTICE! STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING
The regular meeting of the stockhold
ers of ihe Meaderville Mining and Milling
company will be held at the secretary's
olfice, 210 North Main street, Butte, Mon
tuna, at 8 P m., Tuesday, July 5, 1899.
for the election of directors for the en
suing year and for any other business
that mai properly come before the meet
ing, EMIL H. RENTSCH,
Secretary Pro Tem.
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Park.
Gramling's Turkish baths, 41 N. Main.
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Than Elsewhere
Are our Shirts in silk, zephyr and madras; with
out collar, with cuffs separate or attached at
75c ■« $2.50
BUT
The Variety of Goods and Patterns are the gH
Largest in Montana.
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WAIN & GRANITE
Butte, Montana.
Health and Accident Insurance
THE $5,000 CONTRACTS PROVIDE AS FOLLOWS
AGAINST ORDINARY ACCIDENTS—
In Case of Death ....................$2,500
Loss of Both Hands ................ 2.500
Loss of Roth Feet .................. 2,500
Loss of One Hand and One Foot.... 2,500
Loss of Both Eyes .................. 2,500
Loss of One Hand or One Foot..,. 833
Loss of One Eye .................... 500
Weekly Indemnity .................. 12.50
AGAÎNST TRAVEL ACCIDENTS—
While riding as a passenger in or on a
public conveyance propelled by steam,
electricity or cable, and provided by •
common carrier for passenger service:
In case of Death ................... $5,000
Loss of Both Hands ................ 6,000
Loss of Both Feet .................. 6,000
Loss of One Hand and One Foot.. 5,000
Loss of Both Eyes................... 6,000
Loss of One Hand or One Foot .... 1,667
Loss of One Eye .................... 1,000
Weekly Indemnity .....*............. 25
Limit of Indemnity— Total disability.
100 weeks; partial disability, 26 week*.
AGATNST BL1NDNESSS AND PARALYSIS—For the irrecoverable loss
of the sight of both eyes by disease, $1,250; for the permanent paralysis of
the entire body, or of both hands, or of both feet, or of one hand and one foot,
$1,250.
AGAINVT ILLNESS—$12.50 per week if the assured shall suffer from
Typhus Fever, Typhoid Fever, Scarlet Fever, Smallpox, Varioloid, Diph
theria, Measles, Asiatic Cholera, Pneumonia, Erysipelas, Appendicitis, Dia
betes, Peritonitis, Acute Bronchitis. Pleurisy. (No medical examination re«
quired). Limit of indemnity, 2fi weeks.
PREMIUMS—!'A Special," $17.50; preferred, $20,00.
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40 Per Cent Discount 401
On our NEW SHEET MUSIC NOVELTIES
for ihe Next Ten Days. We have niailo a
special counter display and j r ou will find it
just as we represent it—N ew and Attractive.
Jf you arc musical, don't miss this sale.
C. E. WENDELL, Manager
\\9 North Main Street
and
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WE ARE SHOWING
A Nice Line of Linen Momie and
Lightweight Plush
3L..A.F HOBES
That we have everything in the way of
H-A-IR-lSriESS
and HORSE FURNISHINGS goes without
saying. Bring us your repairing, or tele«
phone No. 544.
Silver Block, 106 E. Park.
AMOS' TURKISH BATHS
Ames' Turkish and «team bath3 open
day and night. The only professional
shampooers in the city. Turkisli baths
$ 1 , plain baths 23c. Corner Broadway
and Main street.
PLEASANT RIDE.
Stages for Crystal Springs and Lynn
dale will leave Club Stables. West Gran
ite street. Stoges leave stables for Lynn
dal* 10 a. m.. and 2 p m. Stages leave
Lynndale returning 12 noon and 7 p. m.
Stages leave stables for Crystal Springs
10 m.. 2 p. m., and S: 15 p. m. Leave
Crystal Springs returning 12 noon. 5 p.
m. and 10:30 p. m. Fare 25 cents each
way.
Women
Who are suffering from the diseases pe
culiar to women, will not be subjected to
embarasiug examiuatious by consulting
PROF. C. SULLIVAN
312 W. Broadway. Butte.
Telephone 213. Hours 2 to 5—7 to 9
Consultation Free. All cmespondenoe
strictly confidential. Call or write fol
Woman's Book Free.

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