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------------- . ._- ___- -_--_-_- Lutey's Saturday Bargains Open until to o'clock tonight. Onion Radishes, Lettuce, s Spinach, Bunch...........l I Lemons Thin Skinned, Juicy, 0 Dozen............... i C Concord Grapes Basket..... 6O0 Pears Fancy, Fine Enting,. c 5-pound Basket.......... 2 Butter PearsFo. Peserving ' 1 Special today, 16 s Basket.. ... ......... i.. Watermelons Pound ........... 2c Cauliflower "ncy Snowball. , a B Heaps of good thing,. Steam Bakery light and tempting, fresh from our bake evens for today's shoppers. Cup Cakes dozen........ 26C Raised Doughnuts 2 dozen26c Fresh Meat Market Right in the rear of our Bakery depart ment-quality never sacrificed to make you a low price. Rib or Loin ,utton Chops, , Rib or Loin P .......... 10c Hind Quarter Lamb iare,$1.00 Fore Quarter Lam large... t Fore Quarter Mutton 72c Mutton, Hind Quarter .Mutton 9g/C Pound.......................... Round Steak Native, .. c Shoulder Steak riod~:...... 8c Prime Rib Roast Pound.12I/2c Best Pot Roast Pound 8..........8c Rib or Brisket o~itin ',... sc Mutton Stew Pon. .......... 3c Shoulder Mutton .o ... .8c Have you tried our Finest Coffee? ? 0, It's to vounds, $3.:'5; pound........40c GOOD GROCERIES CHEAP 47 W. Park. Phone 68 Specials for Monday 11 quart Granite Dish Pan ......................... 8 5 17 quart Granite Dish Pan ........................ $1.00 21 quart Granite Dish $1.15 Pan......................... No. 7. Granite Tea 85 Kettle........................ 8 5 The window is full of just such bargains as above. S. M. WILSON Housefurnisaer. 33 W. Park Hight & Fairfield Company Manufacturing Opticians. Duplicate any broken lens and fill ill prescriptions given by other potlcians. All orders filled same day as received. Graduate optician of large ex perience in charge. Examinations free. SISIING TACKLE SPORTING GOODS .....Best Quality at Low Prices..... You Can Buy of Us The same lines as othecr dealers sell At Exactly 25% Cheaper Try us. We guarantee all goods. Fishing Tackle, Baseball Goods, Tennis, Golf, and all In and Out Door Sporting Goods. You can not do better in New York. We have the goods and the lowest prices. Montana Book Co. Corner Park and Academy Sts. New Clark Building DR. HUIBE POC I rhirteenth doctor of China from grand father down. Born and schooled in the profession. Treats all diseases, naking a specialty of chronic troubles, :ousult me. 22 Soutl Main t. NOTICE. To Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified that I will not be responsible for any indebtedness con tracted by the Hesperian Mining company,, ED. HICKEY. Dated August 8, o9pa. THOUGHT. HE SAW TWO JUST ALIKE BUT IT MUST HAVE BEEN A MISTAKE OR ELSE HE DREAMED TI4 WHOLE ADVENTURE. Anaconda, August :6.-The bewitching hour of a o'clock this morning had struck when a young man left a number of con genial companions and started for tirs humble abode. It was not far away and the walk did hitm good. tie has the mis fortune to room in one house that looks exactly like another house just beside it. What should be more natural then, thns that he should approach the wrong house and try to unlock the door with his latch key. Of course it would not unlock. lie was not at all surprised at that, however, but raised a window and clambered in through that. In doing so he knocked off from the sill numerous flower pots and mixed things up in general. Then he went upstairs to seek his room. But things had changed since he had left earlier in the evening. The trimmings of his room were not the same color. None of his belongings were in their place and his bed was occupied by a hu man being who slept wonderfully sound and snored very loud indeed. The man was amazed. He drew his hand across his brow to collect his scat tered wits, but they would not collect worth a cent. lie went to a hall window and looked out on the calm and peace ful night. Well, he had not where to lay his head, no use staying there. So he made his way down stairs and climbed back through the window and out on the lawn. In doing this he broke all the flower pots he had missed the first time. When he reached the street he looked back and then around. lle saw two houses, but believed it was a flight of his imagination. Nevertheless he con cluded to investigate. lie would try again. His key fitted all right. What was the matter with it the first time he won dered. lie went in. Everything was as it should be. Then he went ulp stairs. Ilis bed was there unoccupied. He got into it. Ilis imagination had played him a trick, there was no first house. At noon he rose and took a dose of bromo-seltzer. STATE HONORS GO TO R. J. MATTESON Great Falls Man Defeats Busch of Butto and Becomes the Cham pion of Montana. [SI'I:.'IAI. TO INTER Mo0t'N.rAtN.] Helena, August t6.-R. J. Matteson of Great Falls defeated George Busch of Butte today in the final singles and be came champion of the state. The tourna inment will close this afternoon with doubles between lHillman and Chessman of lelena and Busch and Mcl.aughllin of IButte. The Railey brothers of Anaconda were eligi ble for this match, in place of the Helena men, but were anxious to get home this afternoon and took an early train, thus defaulting in favor of Ilillman and Checs The final singles between Matteson and Busch were very fast and were won by the superior net work of the champion, 7-5, 6-2, 8-in, 6-4. Busch was unable to get in his famous "smash" down across the net as Matteson kept working himnt back to the rear line by his clever lobs. Matteson played a brilliant game and never lost a point. 1Busch was steady throughout, but was unable to get close enough to the net to work in the plays upon which lie has been accustomed to re ply. AMUSEMENTS RACING. Nigh-Class Racing June 21st to Sept.i Under the Auspices of Montana Jockey Club First race at 3 p. m., each racing day. Street care direct to track, while Columbia Garden cars will transfer. Admission $r. LADIES FREE, Hugh I. Wilson, president; Lou Frank, secretary; Joseph A. Murphy, presiding judge; Ralph H. Tozer, associate judge. Sutton's New Theater Butte. Montana Tuesday, August 19. 19o02 TEN.ROUND GLOVE CONTEST Between DAL HAWKINS of Gale Ifornia and JERRY Mc.ARTHY of Walkerville. Contestants will go on at 9:30 sharp. Also several good preliminaries. Under the suspices of the Silver Bow Athletic club. PUERTO CABELLO HAS NOT FALLEN RUMOR THAT REVOLUTIONIST8 HELD THE CITY PROVE UNFOUNDED. fav AssocIArtn 'rass.1 Washington, August r6.-Definite infor mation was received at the navy depart mnst from Commander Nickels of the To peka, dated Puerto Cabello, which cor rected the misapprehension which arose from the cabled dispatch received Thursday last from which the department assumed and announced that Puerto Cabello had fallen into the hands of the revolutionists. Commander Nickels' dispatch received to day, reads: "Everything is quiet at Puerto Cabello. Will sail for Curacti for coal and stores and start tonight. A German man-of-war will renmain here during the absence." It is apparent from the above dispatch that the forces of Castro still hold l'uerto Cabello. The Topeka sailed last nilght in accordance with advices sent by Com mander Nickels and according to a dis patch received today, arrived at Caracoa, which is only a few hours' run from Puerto Cabello. After taking coal and supplies aboard, he will return to Puerto Ctabello, and, in the cmeantimce, the Ger man warship will look after American, German and other foreign interests at that port. The cruiser Cincinnati left Barcelona last night and arrived at l.a Guayara to day. Commanlder Mcl.ean, in reporting the arrival, stated that he had left every thing quict at Blarcclona. Both the Cin cinnati and Marietta are now at L.a Guayara. The United States minister at Caracas, Venczuela. has telegraphed the department of state that he has reliable information to the effect that there is no blockade of the ports of t'arappnao, Colorado and Guira. At Ciudad Bolivar, however, the blockade Is effective. Mr. Brown reports that the government troops have shown great courtesy to non conmbatants in the Orinoco region ;and that the revolutionists have been equally mag nanimous at Ciudad Bolivar, where food supplies are plenty. SCIENTIST FELL VICTIM TO CAUSE OF KNOWLEDGE Yale Student Who Was Investigating the, Symptoms and Effects of Tuber culosis Takes Disease. liy ASOc ( IAld RI. SS.1 New York, August 16.--1)r. E. II. Sco field has fallen a victim to his investiga tions at Yale into tuberculosis, says a New IIaven special to the Press. When in the medical school, he made a special study of the disease and was sent to Denver al most on the eve of his graduation, suffer ing from the disease, which he h1~. con tracted from his patients. His condition improved there and he completed his study in the medical colleges of that city. lie recently suffered a relapse and has failed rapidly for two weeks. Dr, Scofield is only about 25 years old. FOOTBALL TEAM IS IN SHAPE Opening Game of Season Will Probably Be With Missoula. [s'Ic IA I. TO s'cTIc: sMO NTAIN.i Anaconda, August 16.--The Anaconda Junior football teamll orgacnizcd reccently in this city is endeavoring to arrange a schedule of games for the fall scaso, c and the prospects point to the nmoit favoralle season in several years. The first galle will no doubt Ie in M1issoula. It is also expected that DIceer I.Lodge wu ill have a team this year that will ce hard to Bargain Window of Candy Saturday and Sunday You will find our east window full of fine fresh candies for Saturday and Sun day. IIuyler's can dies will be there as we are their agents and always keep them. Chocolates and Bon Bons in stock. You can al ways depend upon our having linylers' in stock when we advertise it. A great deal of our 50 cent candies, fire mixed Chocolates and Bon Bons, will be there. The prices for Saturday and Sunday only on oir Paxson & Rocke feller's fine mixed in pound boxes will be 35c a pound PAXSON &ROCKJIFELLER Red Cross Drug Store, 84 West Park. Tel. 74 RETURlING ELKS RECEIVE OVATION MARCH ABOUT STREETS OF CITY AND SERENADE TO INTER MOUN TAIN FEATURES OF RECEPTION. TRELOAR'S EXPLANATION OF THAT BAND CONTEST Leader Says They Did Not Uinder'stand the Conditions Under Which the Affair Was to Be Decided-No Hard I-eel ing, for All That-Where Most of That Prize Money Went and How. '1 hert wire doin's sa plenty around towni last iglht t illler the viCltortull heid of 1 l I is, iturted. Il'llng liratulatiuis upoi thi it m;lt. d,, l td t he credit as well as the. gliiy they w(ll .c;aue poil rt llll lltilOn Ievelry htnd. \\ hlen the Elks haid got tired ul ridiig in tilhe street cars they ltnind in liiii ShIntlaker in the lead, imade a tlour of the pri 'ipil streetls ofi tile city. \\ hen thtii y reached the Inter Mountain the ctowd had gatillerd in ailltiust a solid mass train the cornt'r of G;ratite to Ilamilton street. At a sijgnal fruom the drut itiajuor the band foriimed in a circle ail the ling linles of I':ls headetd by Exalted Ruler Johnl K.ilk, came to a hallt. 'lhe tilth, band struck up a serentade and incidentalfly the Elks, who stood blow, saidl suie nice thingis abouit tihe plaper which haid sentt a splcial cutirrespionidenit and photographelll r tilng % witlh themn to show the lpeople iof Montana ill liilllg pfictures how they wter h li tinhg tlheiiseles in Salt Ia e, Speeches at Headquarters. At the ciontclusiotn of lit serenadrl tihe p)rot" -sill muoveld Ilto Elks' haIt ll N lorth M;ain strret, where l;,lteld Ruler Kirk, Sta lll;laster ''reloar, fIr. \V. II. Ilaviltl d, %hli is a Itlnmember of tlihe gralnd lodgel'; A. (, Iht te itt of Virginia City, iand C. f'. Kelley foIr the "'stay at hlltomes," n;lide Theli sloanll of thlie Moniitania lih's, "We hive the best hiand"i' was sfhited. Th.e dth cision was thein of an iniferior etitisil.a lit it. "Wh\'at did lhe il e Illlly lliamount to?" "Did notl all the visiting Elks, all the people of if Salt I.ake, and above all the ipeople tof hM ntailllnl knoll( that fhIl' llsli llt l & .\Montanai was withlfiit a peer in tle W\st ? Wihen ionle Elk goit ot iof a b.arber chair in a well knoiwn shaving sfhop, fle was ai litl' strpiris.ed toi learni that instea. d oi f i 5 Sii.ts his bill was $1.15. lIe itook his lil,.t ''cine, however, alidl dlug lit si.nie iof lthe pIrize tmoney witlhoitl It ilirltlir. He Borrowed a Badge. A good story is told of anothelr wtill k.lnvii )(3tuntg manill whortittciul an L.1lk a:ldge for ai josh, as h styl(ed it. After gettilng dinner lit a resta;uranlt whelre thl. mnan with the punch hadl een advisedl of "i's fictiliotins adge lie foundll that tIhe hill wa:t $2.75. Ile protested. "T''llht's all right," said the ftunilaci;t. "'Iig ulp somle of Ihat prize monllle.," "(ih. I'mu 'not an l Elk," w:as the answer. "I jusiit I rrowed Ithiat ladi t'." "Well you haid btter tnke it off tlet'iqs y< lt wan;it to ipay I.lk prics this eveningll," s dil hl' ita111n of the meal l ticketst . "'I it y at. pttI inlll ilp foi r ithe tIli(ie ll y werei' "'Ih.e young man pit the ,.ailp, in his pokl tI, rimiarkitng that he was t-i',l It toI l l a i u private ihiizi. after all. I uth Lealll r Sal a Treloalir's t Ixlln:;n tiuin of their ai Ziin ani d the opinions or f flitay Sgie teir fMisundes tanin hme ih ..tah li l kl 'pinion that thy rh o ih'rfit ld thei cwort of it , s l in fr ith iil ifii dirs. ipp iii tintly iluccaini by tljwot of three mlin. theiary u.'iiili-SI st - I t; , i sltl-lI tll tli t i alsl isr Hit.. Illt i:,s did noi t feorget I he' real nn ai to .il he i. ret; l iobject of th i ri visit. A Misunderstandin ,. ti"\nhf t ,'fr. Tr ar ti c in ti tn i ty fil l t-lllllit t h;iand cimplaieo ,l of ml.st," said onit e ofi ftth' Itlkt. "was thia t by no interprilLttilt lcuil it be seen from the rulesI governingiii tilt contest that points shouid be made rn the preliminahry contest, which statei d dis htiintly tilt. slly obeii ct f t , ls ,eyrlli ihnsoryt Soli. r e'videi tly hf lia ihit i(t fi wit hir laii i'l ttis thlo ev hi't tl Iin ttt' fti r thit filt- tutarket. In f t ht fIi ir l fi nteitt st, with L lt fs-u- h thg ir begi t effotrit . with h:t rsil~t.t. thtit i tai opititn bof ct thtlOs' who h lti wt silifso evithntl d in tht fact that VALUATIONS UPON MONTANA RAILWAYS COUNTY OFFICIALS RECLIVE FIE PORT OF WORK DONE AT HEL ENA BY STATE OFFICIALS. ('ouinty (:lerk Weston has just r eciv.l from the state board of eiqualization thl' valuation set on the railroailds in Silver Bow county by that Ioard. 'The total valuation is $1.30o,3.3. Mr. 'Weston has passed the tigulres on to County Assessor The statement of appraisekienlt is as follows: Oregon Short Iine, 32.06 miles at $ta, $oo per mnile, $4lo,369; Montana Union, 15,669 miles, $200,563; Butte line N. P., 9.912 miles, $126,874; Montana Central, i3.;, miles, $169,6oo; Butte, Anaconda & Pacific, z6 niles, $0o4,8oo. Spirs: Butte, Anaconda & Pacific, 9.78 miles at $9.84o per mile, $96,235; Butte hill, Montana Union, ia miles at $3,o07 per mile, $36, Open Until m) Open Until so O'Clock o Olck Toniht Tonight Fresh Vegetables. Ch i.te t k1S it ara . to I;tctn 1')%3 4 , 1, :1 .. .................... 1 5 ,,, ,,,, ......11. .1111. C srh, ' rted h.li is, \t,. I;to,, n I',ppl ,t r 1. .. 0 1 I .1 . ............. I c n ' .III ................... t • C I A ...... I.. .3 . . . . .. . . 2 5 c N w ;t , u , i .101 ltiddh 11111u , h1'12 5C, I,,.r , i t .... .... l ... .. .. .. .. .. g C , ........ . 5 e Fresh Fruit Pears Peaches Watermelons I i, ' I I' .,, t .3 d14 i1'3 II I'II " 1\ ,ltr unlrllhn3 ,, nn c . 5c .1 ... i" 25c "' .. .... 2c ,eer: Hussa, American Brewing or eer Centennial Beer always on Ice Montana Elks carried all before them at Salt Lake. They are sure winners, CI6AR just as is the.... . ... Speeding Wagons, Bike and Unold Wagons, Traps and Surreys, Ietc. BEIEi GRI.lN (CO., ,4.3 649 South lrizona Street. ESPINA An unadulterated, clear Havana Cigar that has attained remarkable populari ty by reason of its splendid flavor , lECONOMI[S (Satt 'day.) l.r , fr l,h fi r I, [r l i (; ....... . <,c l hllns, .uIit ly fall( y .......... .. 15c. Fjlour, Ilx, I ,, ;(,iin ls ..... .... $.... ('akes, fancy niix i]I, Inllln. ...... r Ilittter, weset , its c'retl.iery, five p unt ds ........ ............. 2..' Split ' , pounlsli. ....... . (llionlh, fi.e larpy on,",, 1 e lbs., .. ,e (.C;it'ii , g..llo n cas ............. 4 10 Mapl~ e .,Sugar, Y jal, l,s. ........ . 5. I'.xtra t's, ci) illing' ,i5(- be ttl]us, .... 5e c Schilliug's .t1c luakinii: l'wdr. . .",t. ( Sal ( ilt, 5 :allor , ............. $1.15 I al; f pint bottle (as ,up........... ,c L. E. COOK 331 East Park Street ni,. Side tracks: Mninta;i (Central. 3.75 miilh. at $I ..,H per mil', $,,.8u; nltitu line N. I'., 5.'M milts a al i am rate, $6.51' ; M.ontalila I sli.ohn, (., miles at Sa te1 rate, $ ,7,1,1,; It, A . & P., I..', iiiles a;It ,allie rat't, $17..267. ()rcgol. Short l.iune, 4.5.5 iihs at s iame rate, $5,760, ; Hiutte hill spl Ir, two ile. iat $3.'7 tier Iile, $614 ; [., A. & I'. spurs, .54 i. iles at $984 pler mile, $ i , a r in te St.rt6. Suimmryn : e lai line, H,8,u milesk ti $1ior,8i per mile, $w.s t fz,ens. Spurs, 1.74 miles, $33,35 s tkide trao St. J e7.19 mil,, $s.us I. The t rac rioukag sly, 155.3 mitst . Total valu ttbion, $1,, ist,35 ., LOCAL BRIEFS. Mikentor Hardinn, a minower in the Stewart mine, fell about ire feet at o'clock thi morning and was not found until 1t o'clock. Ile was taken to St. Janes' hos pital, where he was examined and it was found that he was not seriously injured. A Little Joke. [Pittsburg Dispatch.] Senator Hanna now insists that the story of his retirement was a joke. (r,,,11j1 .Ic l. liiin '1 h Je LJiiit :S1111)i, H..' Al lCaIIni . ( i lh.h I l .";rrell, s r!,u:l e or a ,1'ow rs & McD n.ahl. V"alily is; c a l-ec lty. All are c.rdially invile. OUTSIDE BUSINESS PROPOSITION We can offer you a proposi tion outside of Butte that is a money maker and is wor thy of your attention if you are looking for an invest ment. IT CONSISTS Of Store Buildings and Resi dences, Machinery, Ware house, Store-room, Hotel and Livery. Also 200 acres of hay land which produces 100 tons yearly. This Property is located in a hustling Montana town, and where there is but little com petition For information inquire of MORLEY &: THOMAS CO. 46 E. troadway, Butte.