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Sucessfully removes black heads, sand grains, wrinkles and developes the face in from two to four weeks treatment. New Opera House wsy ...IICKIIS fREE... with every purchase. When you have accumalated $15 worth of tickets you get $1.oo worth of goods Free ASK FOR THISE TICKETS S. M. WVILSON'S Ilousefurnishings 33 W. Park St. All Hallow's College SALT LKICE CITY, UTAH Preparatory, Scientlllc, Classic and Commer. clal Courses....... Studies resumed September 3 Address. VERY REV. PRESIDENT It's Hay and Grain. 401 S. Main St. CRYSTAL SPRINGS Music Day and Night. Day time stage, round trip. ...25C Light o'clock stege, including _ th and fare. .. ..........Soc Z. LRNGLIlS, Prop. A. B. ELLIOTT Electrical Contractor E.stimates F:urnished on Short Notice. E.lectrical \Viring and Electrical \Vork, Armature W'ork a Specialty; All Kinds of Chandeliers. Phone 956-B 102 E. Park St. Hong Kong Cafe And Oyster Parlors Moved to 114 S. Main Everything new, neat and first-class. The Iecst Meals in the city. Great Family Din ners from 11 :30 a. m. to 8 p. m. Private rooms for ladies. Hoping our patsons will find us in ou. se w location, 114 S. Main stret. Come on , coome all. IUM FAY. Proprietor. WAH J. LAMB'S Celebrated Helb Ssni. 7 W tarium. Guaraniees to cure all diseases by a.,eans of famous Chi. nese medicines, never before introduced into this cc, antry, which have cured thousands, and can oure you. Advice free. 9 West Galena street, Butte. Marsesnr. Manzanilla, Open Treasure, Empire and Volunteer Additions. West Side Residence Lots In the last 5 years property in that vicinity has increased Soo per cent. We have on sale 4 splendid additions on the West Side. Will sill on payments of $25.00 Down; Balance $10.00 a Month Special prices now quoted. An opportunity such as you have never had before in Butte. These lots on sale until September So, spol, at these prices. Please call and let us show you. FilE THE THOMPSON CO, LOAns INSURANCE 15 West Broadway REALTY BASKING CARELESS IN WOODED WILDS TICKLING THE SPECKLED TROUT BY THE BABBLING BROOK IN THE COOLING SHADE OF PINES. LOLLING AT LENGTH IN THE SWEET GREEN GRASS Or Strolling, by Chance, in the Soft Moonlight, With Her Tiny Hand Clasped in Yours-This Is the Sort of a Time You Will Hrvea if You Go Over to Hamilton Tomorrow. It will be a gay party that will take the special train for Ilamilton tomorrow afteriooun at the Northern l'acific depot. Not only will there be newspaper tmen on the train, but there will be newspaper men's wives, sweethearts, sisters, cousins anid aUlts, besides a liberal sprinkling of deleghates from the miiring congress and the general public. Mainy lntte peopile will take advan' tage of tlhe oue farme rate to the Paradise of Montaiia wuhere they will while away a few happliy days harleoning the speckled bIeauties from the pictures.lue Ilitter Root or taking pIItshots at the unwary prairie chicken in the ctmlers around Ilamtilton. ;eneral Agent Merriam of the Northern I aciic today cottmpleted the arrangement of the schedule on which the newspaper train will run to the Hitter Root. It will give the tourists an opportunity to see the Deer Lodge valley which is now ir the full glory of its beauty as the traiij will leave at i o'clock Saturday after tnoon. Takes Two to Name It. It will arrive at l)urant albout 2 :3 and take on the Anaconda contingent. At Ier I.odge, which will be reache.' aboultt 2:r , the editor of the Silver State and his friends will flag the flyer and within another half hour the special will be racing downi the I)eer I.odge river so fast that the trawvlers will Ite kept biusy telling what the nlame of the river is for it changes rapidly from Silver fIow creek to Ieer oI.dge river, a;.ain to IHill G(;ate river. I.eaving Missoula, it bur rows a namet friom the town tand after wards as ('lark's Fork of the Columbia takes a flying excursion to ('ana;lda, onily to return and enter the l'acific as thi (" tltunbia. It will he 2:5o when Ithe whistle's tolt nmarks the approich to I)rtnumontd, 4:20 at nlonuer and promptly at 4 :35 with rattle anid a roar, the special will go whoopiing ,lown into Missoula. Only 15 miniutes will blie spent in the Garden City and then the party will take the branch which runs up the IHitter Root to |[ant ilton, hitting the high tla'es only en When the Fun Will Begin. Arriving at IIinilton, the' newslpaper .len t ill be .I c, rt.,l to the Havalli hotel by theii Iocl cotiniltteei where they wil' be entertai.ned dul ing their stay. .Many of the generail public will remain ill the city Ito atitunl the isession of the pcnci'. I llhers of the state, hit t lany more will take to the hills and creeks to hittit in I ish t unltil "l'tul"day a;ternolol, whent the train will leave It amiltoni reaching luttte thilt sa t'me evnling in ti lte for dinner. IFro presenltlt idicaltioluns there will he a large numltber fritl Ilultte who will take advantage (f the rate ($5.0 for the rotund trip) and slpend a few pileasant days with t:ature unalloyed, lutte people are con tinually regretting that they have not takent advantage of the opportunttity to slpetnd a few days in that part of Montatna which for scenic heautty, verdure and fer. tility is unsurpassed in the Northwest, and many have made up their minds to go tomorrow. REAL BULLEIS IN A STAGE REVOLVER ACTRESS SUBSTITUTES LEAD FOR PAPER AND KILLS HER LOVER IN THE DRAMA. [1iY ASSOIAI F.D PRESS.] Vienna, Sept. 5.--Julia Packey, an actress, has shot Julius Bardoss on the stage of a theater. '1 he couple had been engaged, but Bar doss' affections had cooled and he had given up his fiaincee. In the play Julia had to shoot Julius, who acted as her sweetheart. Bullets were placed in the revolver instead of blank cartridges, with fatal results. Afterwards Miss P'ackey committed sui cide by opening her veins. His Old Home Is Ours Now. [BY ASSOCIATED PRESS.] London, Sept. 5.-The Daily Chronicle this morning says a wealthy American has purchased Sulgrave manor, Northampton shire, the ancestral home of the Washing ton family. BEN P. W ILSON, Who Speaks in Sutton's Broadway The ater on Socialism Tonight, Coming to Butte After a Lecturing Tour of the State. SHE IS ALL RIGHT THERE, THANKYOU! AND SHE DOESN'T CARE TO DI VULGE HER NAME-TOT FOUND ON STREET BY THE POLICE. "I won't do it." said a little tot who was comnfortably seated in one of the chairs at the police station today, when asked to tell her name. T"Jhq little one is about 3. years of age and was found wanderilng aidi lost oni the street. by one of Ilutte's "linest" and takeni to the police station. The child is a girl and shows that she is well taken care of ibut she refrains to con verse with any one except Jim, the office dog, with wh iti she had a controversy about sotmie candy purchased by the kind hieartd Sol Levy. She scents piricclly contented ini the company of the jailer anid carClss of the feelings of the .othler, who is probably seairching the city ftr her. SITUATION IN HAYTI IS LIKELY TO SNAP SOON Is Badly Strained and There Is No Relief in Sight-Of the Gentlemen Who Burned That Town. Kingston. Jamnica e, Sept. 5.-l.etters re ccived from IInyti, dated Seltelmber , say that the situation in that republic is be coinig iire complicatedl. In the chamll her of deplutils, as now constituted, If. Pierre, one of the candidaltes for the lresi dencly, has a majority over his rival, tM. Fouchard, while M. Firnlin's revolutionary party is lmakilng heaJway in the field. No settlement of thie difticuilties is in sight atnd business is entirely suspended. According to these advices those who are guilty of bIurning the town of Petit (;oave have sought refuge on the island of Cura cao, and are ,ouni for Jamaica. eel1 FINDS IHEM GOOD FOR THE AMOUNTS SUPREME COURT, IN MINNIE HEALY CASE, THINKS HENNESSY AND BRAY ARE WORTH BOND. %I'I(IIAI 1O INTER MOUNTAIN.] lelena, Mont., Sept. 5.-Clerk II. C. Rickerts of the supreme court has over ruled the objection of F. Augustus Heinze to the suflcieincy of D. J. Hennessy for $15o,o0o and A. J. Bray for $ioo,ooo as sureties on the injunction bond in the lillnic Hlealy case. ACCIDENT TO BROOKLYN LIKELY TO BE SERIOUS Damage Done to Big Warship in Mimic Affair on Atlantic Coast Is Worse Than Was Said. \\ashington. Sept. 5.-Acting Secretary of the Navy Darling has received a tele grain from Rear Admiral J. II. Coghlan, second ill command of the North Atlantic statitn, giving a report of th, accident walch betell his flags..p, the cruiser Br.)ooklyn, in lBuzzards Bay, yesterday. The report says that while withdrawing from the mlaneuvers, the Brooklyn struck and ran over an uncharted obstruction. l'.xamination showed that about six frames were Lent inward, the inner bottom plates bulged and some other damage done. Now Will We Be Good? KIingston, Jamaica, Sept. 5.-Growers here have decided to form a pool for the regulation of fruit sold to shippers for export. This step is the result of the formation of the recent ..nglo-American colmbilne. Full of Dutch Courage. ..atavia, I. E. I., Sept. .--Dutch troops have captured two fortresses of the Gajos tribe, in the province of Achin, Sumatra, killing 13 of the defenders. Five of the government force were killed ahd seven were wounded. DR. JOSEPH WEYERHORST, .Who Read a Paper Today Before the Mining Congress. The Last Papers of the selsion Were Read by Title Only and Allowed to Pasil. Has been known for more than a quarter of a century, as . "The House" for Men's Wear Selling only the two best makes of men's clothes-Stein-Bloch's and Hart, Shaffner & Marx-there is little or no chance of getting the wrong thing from us. Our Clothes are Made to fit and every man knows that he tales better care of well-fitting clothes than he does of the ordinary hurriedly-thrown-together kind. We are selling now for $iS.oo to $25.oo magnificent suits and overcoats such as you can weai with pleasure and comfort. MEN'S Underwear, Gloves and all other furnishings are up to the high standard of our clothing. We are agents in Butte for the sale of the celebrated "Usnhrinkable Sanitary" wool underwear which we sell at $3.5o A SUIT. Our California flannel underwear starts at $i.oo a garment. Open Saturday Nights Until Ten "CHEAP" Shoes are usually a delusion and a snare. Of all articles that men wear, the shoe should possess first "service" and next "comfort." Hanan's shoes for which we are sole agents, have stood the test-all others are measured by them-"as good as Hanan's" is the ordinary recommenda tion for other shoes. .... fall Derby and Sott Hats $3.50 In IIats like other goods that we sell we are not running around to buy something that "looks as well" for less. We sell the same standard hats that we have sold for years. Nothing changes but the shape-the quality never goes backward, but improves when there is room for improvement. M. J. Connel Company E GAMER'S Shoe Store School Shoe Specials We shall price for Saturday and all next week, several large lots of Boys' and Girls' Shoes, suitable for school wear at figures 25 to 50 cents below the regular marks. We realize the terrific wear to which such shoes will be subjected and shall put forward such as we know to be serviceable and at the same time fit growing feet properly. Remember If They Are From Garmer's They Are Good .. . Boys' Shoes, little gent style, very low Girls' dress kid or fine calf uppers heels, thick soles, wide toes, calf thick soles, lace or button, wide uppers, size 9 to i3y, toes, '8% to Ii, $1.25; ,50 at .................'. $1.25 ,J ,,a to a..............$1.50 Boys' thick soles, all solid, calf up- Girls' Shoes, fine vici kid uppers, lace pers, new style, toes, sizes only, single soles, dress style toes I to 5Ya, at .............o $1.50 sie 8 .. o .1.5$1.95 Boys' Shoes, soft uppers, / double Girls' Shoes, large sizes, heels or spring soles, medium round toes, very ser- heels, kid or calf uppers, sizes viceable, price a% to 6, two grades, $z.35 and .............. $1.65 .7 and ...... ........ $1.90 Bring the Children- We Want Them to See The fred Gamer Shoe Co. Mall Orders Promptly Filled Slavery Revived Into Vagrancy. [BY ASSOCIATED PRESS.] Shelbyville, Ky., Sept. 5.--Fisher Mill. ion, a negro, tried before Judge Davis ;n the county court, has been found guilty of vagrancy and sentenced to be sold into ervitude for a period of za months, the highest penalty. How It Must Have Cracokled. London, Sept. 5.-In a dispatch from Athens the Times says: Destructive for est fires have occurred recently in every part of Greeci. ' GREAT NORITHUIN ~rAILWAY. ~itur..ay and':unday Excuralon,. Busin and return .................. so Boulder and return ................ x So Alhambra and return ........ ..... Good going Saturday and Sunday, re. turning Monday. Basin and return..............$r 0 Boul4eer and return ............ I o Good going and returning Sundays only. Ticket office, 4I North Main street and ole t. Butte. Mont.. IMay , saoa.