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Eontana's Largest grocery, July 26
LIJIU Y'S We are ahead t We allow no store to mark out a path in good qualities and low prices for us to follow. Here are a few of our Extra Special Saturday Bargains: Onions Radishes, Spinach,.. Turnips Purple Top, 1Oc Tur ps special; 5 bunches ... Celery Crisp ad Fresh; 16c l bunches .. ........... Cauliflower ow Whi.te;... 2c Lemons Choice Thin Skinned, 16c Juicy ; dozen Plums Peach, Extra IFalcy; B0c Plums (::8 . 3.80c basket ............. Peaches California, Freestone; 90c Bromangelon Delicious ;jllsy e. Bert, slecial; 10c package .......................... Cocoa Walter Baker's, 60 i pound can; special .... Olives to-ouc e bottle ......... Stick Candy llorchound, ck special; io sticks. Stick Candy r;pgc; Sti, ro, c Cream Mixed ,:.lan ," a; 1e; ium Drops ,',o nc y Ones, 10c Steam Bakery ~dA tempting array of good things always awaits the cxpectant purchaser at our Pastry D)cpartmcnt; that's why it's so popular. Tuday we offer Lady Fingers ::.,l..;,. Ic Angel Food C; I rl t ...10 Boston Brown ' ::, 'rl;,,ih10c Delicious Spiced Roll Corned Beef at Our Delicatessen Counter. FRESH ROASTED COFFEE There is nothiing so satirfying and rc fres hing as a clp of Our FRESIl R().\STEI'I) Coffee for your Sunday diin ncr. Try '1 ur Finest" Cf' '- fle; . 10o poluls, $3.75; pound .. ....... Meat MarketA flo~ n.snortlllnt of IFancy Spring Chickeni-, Frying, l roiling. Stewing and Rooasting. Spring I.:anh,, Finest Quality. Fresh lk'laits, .(ac. BROTHERS GOOD GROCERIES CHEAP 47 W. Park. Phone 68 Hight & Fairfield Company Manufacturing Opticians. Duplicate any broken lens and fill ill prescriptions given by other opticians. All orders filled same day as received. Graduate optician of large ex perience in charge. Examinations free. nouse furnishings. As we are starting with" a new line of goods we find it necessary to get acquainted with the people and show them what we have. In order to do this we will for this week give away absolutely free with every purchase of So cents or more your choice of the following articles: Picture Frames. Perfumes. Novelty Pin Cushions. Toothpick Holders. Wall Plaques. Glassware. Cup and Saucer. Pictures. China Boots. China Match Safes. Glass Vases. China Creamers. S. 11. WILSON IOUSEFURNISIER, 33 West Park Street The Montana State School of Mines' third year begins Tuesday, September 9, zpoa. For catalogues and terms address School of Mines, Butte, Montana. * B., A. & P. railway will make a special rate of $1.oo for the round trip, Butte to Mountain View park and return, Sunday, July 27. Souvenirs with each dollar and over spent. Mayer, e Wes. t Park. * DELANEY DEFENDS HIS BIG PROTEGE TRAINER ISSUES SPECIAL DENIAL OF CHARGES THAT BIG GO WAS NOT ON THE LEVEL INCIDENTALLY SPEAKS GOOD WORD FOR FITZ In Regard to Letter Reecived by Mayor Schmitz, He Replies That Hundreds of Anonymous Communications Pour ed in, Predicting the Fight to End at Almost Any Round. IlY ASSOCIATED IPHRSS.] Oakland, Cal., July 26.-Trainer Delancy this afternoon issued the following state ment in behalf of Jeffries: "The fight is over. Jcffries won, but not without a struggle. I am free to admit that Fitzsimmons gave us a surprise. I never did like Fitzsimmnons, but his actions last night won tme over. I admire him as a tighter and sympathize with hitm that he should have been subjected to the metan accusation of faking. Taking hi ,;e and weight into contslderation, he made a mar velous .showing. If he is a fakir we are Msilling to admit ourselves to be in his class, for it is the kind of faking that wins glory and championship.s If that light was a fake we were a party to it. "I have boin before the public fir a quarter of a centulry and havwTlnever Ibeen accused of participating in a dishonest ring contest, and I am perfectly williing to let the peoplle judge for themselves relative to last night's fight. I like a courageous mlan or animal. I, ild when I see a man who fought as litsininons fought last night, accused ot throwing his fricuds, I ant comptelled to do somethingl I have nlever donelu before---rush into print in de fense oi honesty of a fight I was connected with. Good Word for Fitz. "To defend Fitsimmiions front acrunsa tiin is to defenil a princlpal In the gecat est pugilistic enecounter the world has ever seen. I think the story is the brightest t itther in lit/,initnmis' wing. It has the effect of iunking tme a warm supporter of a man w hom I never liked. and I venture to say it will hav the the same effect on thousands of others. Even the spectators dlil not know what a bIad fix Jeffries was in. His cheek bone was laid open, he had a broken nose, the blood from which ran down his throat, preventing his breath ing. "t)ne of his eyes was cut between the cyrerow and the eyelash and we were afraid that the lid of his eye woulo fall anf blind him. Ilis other eye was also 'blown out' for a moment. I think JelTries dem onstrated lihe could take as he could give. I eagerly watched for sonime sign of weak ening in Fitzsinnmmos. It catie in the fifth rounld. I then toli Jeffries to keelp close to him and not to let him recover. Jeffries followed instructions and landed the ipunch in the eighth. "In conclusion. I will say that it was the gamest fight between the gamest fighters the world has ever known, and the best ma18 wont." Regarding the letter in the hands or Mayor Sclhmnitz, saying that the coMtes, would coiiime to an end in the eighth round, Delaney said: "\We received hundreds of anonymous letters predicting something for every round. That one should hit it is a fact so trivial that I don't believe Mayor Schmitz will heed it. I know nothing of it beyond what is rumored." Paxson & Rockefeller's ferfume Depart ment Magnificent stock of perfumes. Our list of handkerchief extracts comprises all the popular odors put out by lead ing American and foreign perfume manufacturers. We never expose our perfumes to the bright sunlight, as that weakens them. This is the reason our perfumes have the reputation of being so much stronger and more lasting than usual. We keep ours right. We don't make perfumes. It requires special machinery and a hlbig chemical laboratory to do that. We bottle under our own name four deli cious odors. They are strong, lasting odors and we invite you to try them, bottled in ounce bottles at 5o cents an ounce, American Violet 5k dainty flower 'dor............ Crimson Clover 5OC Just like the flower.. ....... 0 Old Fashioned Roses 5k A big success ............... Carnation Petals 50C Like Tretle Incarnat........... PAXSON &ROCKEFELLER Red Cross Drug Store, 24 W~st Park. Tel. 74 ALOMER IS THE FIRST PAST THE GRANDSTAND Takes Opening Event at Montana Jockey Club by Three Lengths, With Kisme Second and Joe K. Third. Alomer took the first race at the Mon tana Jockey club this afternoon before a good Saturday crowd. The track was fast and the weather fine. Betting was spir ited. Following is the summary: First Race-Six furlongs: Alomer, j to a (McCarty), first by three lengths. Kisme, to to t (Beycr), second by two lengths. Joe K, 8 to t (Burke), third. Time, t :tS. TO FIRE AWAY AT THE THREE LITTLE STICKS Redhot Game of Cricket Scheduled for Tomorrow at Columbia Gardens -Lineup of Teams. Exactly at 2 p. ill. will the game coml mence between Ernest Ilardeastle's "Raw Recruits" and the "Butte City" club's efficient team. The stake involved dare not' be mentioned, but is one calculated to whet the appetites of the players. Upon the cricket ground at the Columblia Gardens, kindly donated by Mr. Wharton the contest will be decisive, and all indications denote a hair-raiser for the spectators. The best exponents of the game will play and below is the batting order of the "Raw Recruits": Playing Positions. Joe Williamns, wicket keeper; Fitz But Ier, third mian: R. R. Kilroy, shortstop and howler; W\illiam C('hinn, mid-on and bowler; ])loi Hillis, long liel; Ernest A. llardcastle, long lht; Ed. Jes.uip, long slip; Arthur Smith, cover point; Ed. Thomas, point; \\illi.m Ilhincock, indi-offl; Toos Richards, bowl cr. Th(e lotte [I· Il ipentni s \ill cross hats with the crack teain from MIissoula Siunday, August 3, at Coltmibia (;arldens. These tc;ttist have uiet twice this season, and each have a victory to their credit. The lnde penidents \owon last Sunday fromn l issoula, the score heing 9 to 8, in to inning:. Both treams are very evenly miiatchlil and the contest will hie a hard-fought oerc. Independents' lineup: ' Austin, c. ; Runmsecy, p. ; Pnrton, lh.; Duonlohite, 2b. ; (Codly, ss. ; etrklhc, 1h.; Clayborn, If.; lloyd, cf. ; Skelly, rf. First Race--Selling; purse, $250; for 3-year-olds, non-winlners in i1no02; weight for age. lThe w inelcr to Ie sold for $4.oo; six furloin.gs: The Maniac, i to; Mlazic D.. 11 7 ; Torso Mahl, ii7: K. C('., it,; lFlouiish, It9; Sir Claus, ii 9; Nora I)., 117. Second Race-Selling; gprse, $3n, ; for 4-year-olds and llpwarls that have not won more than one race at this mieeting; to pounids below the scale; bnltnle Inon-win ners at the mceting allowed five pounds. The winner to be sold for $30oo; onie mile' and 40 yards: Aminr. too; Mont Eagle. In6: Chinook, tit; William F., io6; :El .Mido, iO6; C('astine, too; Mr. Robinson, i t.t ; Katie W\alcott, too; Eleven Bells, loos; iurdomk, Sti ; The Gaflir, iog; Frank Pearce, io6 Billy Moore, ro6. Third Racc-Purse, $25o; for 2-year olds that have not won more than two races at this meeting; five pounds allowed above the scale; non-winners of five races at any time allowed 5 potllls; three races nine pounds; two races, 15 polnds; bIeaten maidens that have never been placed in a stake, 20 pounds; five fuirlongs: Lizzie Rice, 15s; Bell Reed, i15; Pre sentation, o05; Mimno, io5; Ulissful, too. Fourth Race-Selling; purse, $250; for 4-year-olds and upward that have started three or more times at this meeting and have not been placed; the winner to Ibe sold for $200oo; weight for age; five fur longs: Jack Richelieu, Jr., I e; Prince Fare well, tro; ,Modder, oi e: lattie Perkins, 117; Toot not, t7 ; Monini, 27 ; Mrs. C, l7; Too Inot, 117; M:onini, 117; Mrs. C., Bozeman, it o ; Cushion, 117 ; Cricket Buck. 117; Ella Depoy, 17 ; Ellis Glenn, t7 ; Bulgarian, 2I9 ; Sisquioc, Io ; Gene rose, 17. Fifth Race- Selling; purse, $250; 3 year-ohls and upward; $2,000, wf:ight for age; one pound allowed every $ioo less to $600. Winners of three or more races since June 12 penalized five piounds. Beaten non-winners since that date allow ed five Iounds, One mile aniid a sixteenth: Straggler. iu5; Frank Woods, to;; Roy alty, 94; Goldone, ito; Lake Mills, io9. Sixth Race-Purse, $250; 3-year-ollls and ultwardl that have not won ilieoe than one race at this mneeting. Iteaten nonl-win tiers allowed I2 pountlds. Three furlongs: Meteora, 96; Queen T., I27: Silver Dick, zie; Ala L., 227; Virgic D., ioS; George Landers, t07; lamiraeate, ,o5; Tonmmy Tucker, o07; Illumine, I27. ANACONDA PEOPLE GO ON YELLOWSTONE EXCURSION Number of People from City Smelters Left Last Night-Butte Was Well Represented Also, Another of the popular Northern Pa cific excursion trains left last night from Butte for Yellowstone park. There were a number of Anaconda people in the party, among whom were Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Marshall, Mrs. II. I.. osnell, Miss N. B. Moseley, Moe I)owelin, W. I. Thorn dyke and wife and Miss Thorndyke, Mrs. Winslow Hall, Mrs. Viva Mathes and her little granddaughter Marjorie. From Butte were: Misses F. Maley, Katherine Johns, Chadborn, Mattie A. Turner, Jessie Hall, Hanson, )ruick, Fair weather, Fosselman and Gleason, Mrs. C. Chadborn, Mrs. R. K. Chelsey, J. V. Roth enherg and wife, Ira Potter and wife, S. Gensberger and Ton Riclhards. CLARENCE MACKAY. IN LONDON Will Make Necessary Arrangements for Funeral of His Lamented Father. IBY ASSOCIATED Pi ass.] New York, July 26.-Clarenee Mackay will arrive in London this morning, when arrangements for tle funeral of the late J. W. Mackay will be mnade, nothing having been done pending i arrival. Mrs. Mackay was wel enough to receive a few intimate friends yesterday, but she is still very ill with grief. She is de termined to accompany the remains of her husband to the United States, though her physicians seriously object to this, owig to her condition DRUGGISTS' ASSOCIATION TO MEET HERE AUGUST 20 Several Hundred Delegates Are Expected from All Over State-Important Matters for Discussion. The annual gathering of the medicine muixologtsts of Montana takes place this ytar at Ilutte on August so. It is experte,l that fully 2oo druggists from all over the state will attend this ycar's meet, as nmat ters of vital importance will he discussed a;tl disposed of. The heavy capitalization aid concentration of imanufactutrers in the past 12 tmonths has had the efTect of drawing closer together the ret;ailer.s for ltheir own protection. A wave of organira tatils amnong retail drutggists he(gan about one year ago and swept over the whole of thIc United States. Some t147 retail or g;niz.tations have ben tiled a ith the National or aniza;ition, onet tf thctnti Inl .Monta.m --viz. the ilea is & (Ilark Retail I truggists associationi of Ihletena. trg.alnied ~hortly after the regular mlorting in llItt i . ihich fact aill no douht have tan e tit in the place for the next regular meeting. Mont;na now lhas three retail stggists L5s \tintana now his three retail drugttist . s silt i,,tiions--lllutte. Anaconla and I Ielenlt - a.d a t'representatition in the National as sociation, The entertatit nent of thlte visiting tdrg bi-ls hIas ieenti larigly the c.ause iof lilttte hiving. hien selectel thlte fourtlh time as a pllte of metting. The eltorts iof the Sil ver Ilow Retail lt'iing .ists assiciatinut to osulo hine any lother city ias ant nterta.in 1it-lit have ben uniforml ey sere- .fltl :i c.,llul fromt the Slate association .1 ri turn ':m,l'let iat the last meeting. AFTERNOON SESSION AT BOYD BULLION TRIAL Staite Clo.es Case and as Defense Is Not Heady, Court Adjourns Larly to Take Up Case Monday. S!': curt of llthe li d i bullion tI. l , (' llllly A ttorllllly i\\in l tlu al (nil ,I 011,l ll to instruct l' lti july to hling in ,t S l' l Ii acquittal. 'tI llntilon %a. over. 1 glt 1htier ; hlnlI slll y iarigti'iti t, in whith It nn ,its ;atltllhouilis, \'tire qgllhl Ito .'how, I it h ti.il court h.l no jtuisitelionaot,"r t in t fnd.,lnt foi r l ithle SlitIont thal t i rlinl'i not t pru. c it i, i.nlll i ll ill ; iioth r ' i nl iy .od lh' t ...ol , r o ,lu nh r hlillp l lt l t, ',II ltyt h ay t<1 II ll wIh T.'l ilte l \ ill| lnho n , -tImhony all ithe 4 1h uII lll luIt no u d thl th y were remly for the 1r1.4tntie n oti I ,All 1I:ir el vidnlet'I . Actin.g . n l hi, the (mult , li, utt l the: cac ntil lt m, ulo l y n,,tlning ui n o o i'clck. DELEGATES FROM NEW MEXICO TO CONGRESS Governor Otero Sends Official Liat--Ui Bunch Are Coming From Fcrt Benton. Ilon. Mlip.iil A. fehro, governor of N. w hl xico, sclds the fiolloiiig lul licini Ilt.rny I:.t of d he l le. t o I1o ' De , "r '- : 11. J. i tilinl.a 'halD.h , 1hh. I' lizah, l town ; W. J. ske'd. ("Co pt' t(,.u; (';11,t. Jack I raig, M.ogolln ; A. I.. Il ,ite.r, 14os hale; l.as Vegas; Jihn 1'. Grahl;n, ,rah;. , i .. Craigi , l Iogollin; A. I.. lh'it,,rI I -.l ' a-ei ; A. j. Kini, Al..nugioru; .i. fI. hl, White I;i4 l. 'Thse have ienm appoiil,,el by ith I.Frt itiir l in bh aid of tradei, I'os t IImh tI , I, it vid t;.f Iroiv le, secre tary: t javid ;i . Browne, \V. K. Ila ibir, i'hirilis I..L )mer, "lihomas A. C iumings. OFFERED A POSITION IN PERU Rumor That E. E. Calvin of Short Line Has Place Under Consideration. Word was received here today that i;mn cr1l S.uperintemmlndent F. R. (al iin of lh, (.recoin Short line h;il it,(n oiffred a $.-l , o00o position with the \lc uc & x llagpin lntirest s n Peru. As yet lthe ,fr is u di r considteraioin ald has lnot beeln m; Sup'rintrndent Younmg of the I'tah d i vil in of lthe ()ref n Short Line has Ienii It ndiere the position ou n Ih e Rio ;r;nde \V, -trn vacated by A. E. '\Veliy ani will tak: up his new d tllies August I. D. G. Brownell's Jib and J. C. Strong's Wakefield to Pace July 31. At the i1onlana J-rk ey cl ub tracksid: thii afternoIun D). . lriowi nell's I aii r, lib, ni.d J. C. Stronug's \Vakn fiseld were, ielmhed to race jiJuly 31 for $to ua side. u ' mile and two furlun-ls, lol I. ihurke is stakeholder. "I here has been inttene rivalry i. Iw ,ln tlli ' twoi horses for ev'ialI weeks .olld o interesting event is lookedr, for. LOCAL BRIEFS 11. L.. Frank has gni n a tn. rip to his cu;l mines in lritish Columbia. ('artl l ind is it town from Wa'tseka. lle reports the miiIe in good condition. Frank Klepethk is in the city tuoay from Anaconda n and is eeting his. iiany Butte friends. Tlie B., A. & P. will ruin trains to Mann tlain View park Sunday, July 27, as fiol lows: First train leaves passenger depot, Anacolnda, at 2 p. i1., llandl every 45 mlinutes thereiafter. Last tr.ain will leave the park at I1 :;1o p. in. If You Live 3 Years Longer Yinu will find all progressive, sensible ladies using Curious Complexion Creami in stiad of lpowders. The reason why; It is perfectly harmless; it insures an invigor ating effect, one that makes every pore reipond, enlivens dead akin, energizes the section where used, starts the circulation ndil leaves an exhilirating glow; a natural, robust, invigorating effect. Try it. At all first-class druggists. Price 7Sc. Manufactured by Doull Bros. Butte, Mont.; Salt Lake City, Utah. Speical Bargains .6---. 6 to 10 Tonight .- Fresh Fruit Fresh Vegetables Sresh Pie CherritNesN tnt, w t po unds, ba2sket 8...... ........... 3c oM It , ,o u ,m,. ..... 25c Choicest Black Currants, Mlultana ;reen I'ca , box. ...................... 0 C .ten r l . w et, pIOun,1....... S c Lmancy artlett Pears, New White T'turnips , ,foul. r ,,,,,,,,, ................ 2 5 c sic pc,,,,lV ........ ... 10... . l c P'cach IIt uns, larr a er ery bask.-t .................. . 30c ,l .....inn. ...... I 2 Raspberries Gooseberries Pineapples F a r y .aslplcrrieh. rnii apore I'incapplc, .slecial, F -ih. i cti i mc ( . , OC.i . . ,, .12 1"2 i i.su . , i. . 10 ilt'. C. . 20c California Claret Wine A cooling hot weather drink..S.voar old kind tonight, 75c 6 to 10 O'Clock, Gallon . .. BOOTH'S You All the Place Fire Almost Cleaned Out "The Hat Box" Last Saturday And the Insurance companiesn have just settllcd with us. 'Ihcir loss bslhll be your gnin. Today we offer for nile our entirell stock of llghlllly damanged hats at pricesl' below our factttory 3 ost. "The Hat Box" 1o North Wyoming Street. Montana's Only Hat Factory I Am the Person They Require... The Harvard Cigar IITT¶LE blurwt SWEND CARLSON, 4 South Matin A New Thing BLACK'S FANCY ICE CREAM Made in any shape. , , , , When Y ou Want Something Nice for Any Kind of a "Doir's" Ring Up " Blck'S 60 W. Park Tel. 680 8 Sno 100-PAGE BOOK FREE suonk.'..rn CONTAGIOUS ' BLOOD POISON Thousands of unchallengeable. proofs of cures sent sealed orn application., i Our100 pale book I. finely Itustrated wilthnpctorse mon them pht dph ed av the mpn wrole bead IS shown here (ee p1f00 to d petk ool), them *r a of aIteY e took the pictures, The Ar1t [etlure was e y 10 te tr 10 r 1hoto taken Aug, [I, 1il, at 1whih time patlae t we uredand [ae and ead wre entirely healed and hilial Our paIents c red lt year. e/o it our b reat Dlecovery, unknown to the proftesio, are toeday sound anO well and nave healthy ti lron ince *we ourod them, Prlmary,ue rondary or 'eati.l- Cud I o ,, You can by treated at home for the same it 8 YP u.I D rmanntll Cured In 16 t0 I6 D , .der teeb sa e gtuo y. It eon rferotoron(tco It lo ago, we will contr.et to lUay railroad tare nod hoet 'bIlls n d no on ire a l weit Fo ers. F YOU HAY e oddepoteand stll have ached . t , 43Gan e oyout 1at of o eey mro u t h , I c ol r e d o rOe to , e0e ttll o utoi t the eado t m ihat a s ene the world for C e roewee 01, TI disease has a '1' WA TOtUR TEXH A WD ý X ex erlmnelog, a ave tie Olo r4 At un hallan ea ale mooss sseate od tna p aton, itper BI ptlo cll ol , ered . .....h .e .. . . . l $e 1562 Y ion I 1 mpj; h aoa '"