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Lutey's Fresh Peas are not in the market now, but our little tender sifted Henry Peas are finer than the fresh ones. Try a can. They are regular aoc value; can......156 Corn Extra Standard; s ta value; " 4A case, $a.35; can................,2:.,V Asparagus Tips "uldi" slan, an ...................oun .. c Blueberries Eagle Brand; .tO can....... .... Green Gage :2ndnEg.Plumn;..Sc Pop Corn I Snowball; 0c box ............... Peanuts Jumbo, fresh-roasted, Oc quart .......... .....I Deviled Ham S"~ ER:p°'n. Sc Beef Loaf -pound can..........Oc Veal Loaf -pound ...an..... 10c 1am Loaf -pound can....... 10c Caramel Cereal ,Coffee, ac;.c Wild Cherry bottle, sh pecial ..16c Hire's Ginger Ale Bottle makes two gallons-the finest. R, soc bottle; special ................Uhi Salad Dressing Extra quality; Our Fresh Meat Market Is a model of cleanliness. We handle first-class meats only. (Market in the rear of our bakery department.) Springs Chickens; pound........... Abe Hens, roasting and stewing........ z4c Hamburg Steak, pound............ 8 1-3 Spring Lamb; hindquarter.......... 85c Spring Lamb; forequarter.......... 6oc Fresh Roasted Coffee Our medium grades of coffee have that smooth flavor so many coffee-lovers enjoy. %Ie give you one-third more value than you usually get for your money. p Our Special Coffee; pound.......... aoc Our "New Leader" Coffee, extra strong; pound ................... 25 "Our Cream Coffee," "a mouthful of flavor in every sip;" pound....... 3oc BROTHERS GOOD GROCERIES CHEAP 45 and 47 W. Park. Phone 68 Hight & Fairfield Company Manufacturing Opticians. Duplicate any broken lens and fill gil prescriptions given by other reticians. All orders filled same day as receive4. Graduate opticlan of large ex perience in ,,harge. Examinations free. F ISHING TACKLE SPORTING GOODS ...Best Quality at Low Prices... You Can Buy of Us The same lines as other 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 IDR. HUIE POCK rhirteenth doctor of China from grand. lather down. Born and schooled in the profession, Treats all diseases, naking a specialty of chronic troubles. :onsult me. 227 South Main St. Boston Cafe 107 5. Main Now open as a first-class restaurant. Meals 15c and Up Private rooms for ladies. Bpecial Ratee via "The Milwaukee" Road Special one way colonist rates to Cali fornia $32.go during September and Octo ber. Write for particulars. W. B. DIXON, Northwestern Passenger Agent, St. Paul, Minn. ' i HE IS CASTING SHEEP'8 EYE8 AT IT, I -4 . I (Picture by Inter Mountain.) .This Prominent Newspaper Man Is Alleged to Be a Ringleader in the Gang That Stole the Key-He Snooped Around During the Day and Took the Bearings for His Accomplices. REPUBLICAN CLUB IS TO HOLD MEETING TONIGHT All Lovers of the G. O. P. Will Gather in the Auditorium, Where the Opening Gun Is to Be Fired. At the Auditorium tonight will be held one of the gun firing meetings of the republican campaign. The meeting will be held under the auspices of the repub lican club league of the state and John N. Kirk, committceman for the state league will preside. Among the speakers will be A. F. Bray, Former Governor Rickards and l4tmas tcr George Irvin. Other speakers will dis cuss what will be best for the coming fall campaign. Among the matters to come up for dis position will be the election of an exe cutive committee of five members. Another important subject will be the proposition to enlarge the membership of the county central committee so as to form a representation of one member from each of the 55 precincts instead of the present membership of r5. Delegates will probably be chosen for the state convenmtion of Republican clubs to be feld in Great Falls September 24. ..t the state convention the delegates to the national convention of Republican clubs in Chicago October a and 3 will be chosen. The meeting tonight will be one of in terest to all concerned in republican suc cess and a great attendance is looked for ward to. EXAMINATIONS FOR THE SCHOOL OF MINES BEGUN Pupils for Fall and Winter Terms Are Estimated at Eighty by Professor Leonard-Improvements. Quite a number of persons are taking the examination for admission to the school of mines which will begin its ses sions next week. There were several ap plicants yesterday and today for admis sion to the freshman class. Professor Leonard estimates that the number of pu pils during the fall and winter term will be about 80o. Those graduated from the high school and those who come from state institutions are not required to take the preliminary examination. Professor Foote spent all of today examinging ap plicants. Tomorrow the recitations of the freshman class will be commenced; the recitations of the sophomore classes began this morning. It is not likely that there will be any night classes during the term, as the teachers will have all they can do to handle the work of the day. President Leonard is anxious to mak: a few practical tests in cyaniding and will try to induce the trustees to arrange for the erection of a small plant for that pur pose. CALL OF CALENDAR IN U. S. DISTRICT COURT Owing to the Illness of Some Attorneys and the Absence of Others Court Is Delayed. Judge Knowles made an attempt to call his calendar this afternoon and set some cases for trial, but it proved a failure, as there were only five attorneys in the court room. Many of the cases in his court are suits in which Attorney John Forbis, ex-Governor Smith and Judge Harwood, who are out of the city, are interested in, and Mr. Forbis is going to Seattle this evening. The judge will make another attempt to set some cases in a few days. There are 58 suits on his calendar and it is doubtful if he succeeds in getting more than four or five out of the bunch. A few have been dismissed as settled. WALKER'S 12 W. Park St. Anderson County and Blackthorn Whiskey. Honest quart ........ 90 ents LUKENS MYSTERY IS NOW REVEALED MRS. JARREAU, YOUNG WIFE OF A TRAVELING MAN, CONFESSES SHE DROWNED HIM. I[B As.OClATED PrksS.] London, Sept. 9.-A woml;ll' conscience has cuompelled her to reve;l the mystery in the death of Earl C. Lukens, manager of the New Orlcans branch of corre spondence school. Lukens was bI lieved to have been ac cidentally drowned on the evening of Au gust 31. On that evening a party boarded the yacht Indian for a sail down the river. On the yacht's return it was annqanced that Lukens had accildentally fallen over board and drowned. His body was re covered two days later. Mrs. Kate Jarretau, the young wife of a traveling man, has confessed to Col·hn r Richard that she pushed L.ukens` Jv.r board. Mrs. Jarreau said that she had been bantered by Lukens and had warned hint that if he kept on, she would throw him overboard. lie contilued and she hal: made good her threat. Mrs. Jarreau went on to say that she had wished to tell the truth about the affair on the night of the drowning, but had been prevented by Hans Reig, a tcem ber of the party, who had warned every body that in justice to her good name they should all stick to the accident. Mrs. Jarreau is held by the police as a witness. After sthe told her story, a search was made for Reig, and it was dis covered that he had left the city. NOTICE. Members of Alpha Council No. 40 0. of P., will please attend the funeral of Sister Hattie McCraney, W\enesday, September to, at a p. m., from No. 82a South Mo:n tana street. JOHN L. KIN;, See, A marriage license was issued this afternoon to John Calpin and I.izzie Ab bott, both of Butte. CAUGHT WITH THE GOODS ON HIM, (Picture by Inter Mountain.) This Man Will Certainly Land in Jail- He Is Thought to Be W. B. JeLrup of the Missoulian-You Will Notice He Is Displaying the Key. ADAKH ISLAND MAY BE U. S. COALING STATION Revenue Cutter Hugh McCullough Has Returned to San Francisco to Make Report. riY ASSOlIArAI I I(itss.] San Francisco, Sept. o.- lThe revencu cutl.r hugh Mlc('clllough, (,altain dMc Culson, has arrived here from Ihutch har hor. The McCulloch was undelr orders to examine Adakh, 400 miles wi st of l),tch harbor, as a prolbable site fir a IfUnitedl States coaling station. ()ne of the United States gunboats ret urning from Alaska last year had visited lithe same island re porting favorably upon the proposition and Captain Culso.n's report will concur in all that was said of Ad;lkh. This island is declared ti beI well sit utnted Avith a harbor and landing suitable for the discharge of coal cargoes by good sized colliers. WHO STOLE THAT KEY OF WELCOME? (Continued from l'age One.) of !the hiMoitantl editors rem:arketl, nlobody but a Ilamiltoniain would have lthought of sl;hping a key of welcome like a key to thie bastilc. T'here is only one key, but how canl it he in six different towns at one and the samieI time ? A tiiinlmber of the delegates were seeing thdouble, or eveni sextuple, diring the convenltimon, tint it can hardly he that the police all over the state are in the same fix I The Camera Cannot Lie. Ilut the camera cannot lie. Mayor l.omu.iey is in receipt of no less than six pho)tographs snapped at himii, in whose pos sesion the key was seeni. On)e or all of thi 'u men will be apllreh'nded as soon as they can he identified. They slitng Sol Levy in jail here yesterday plln mi ispit ion, bilut Sol succeeded in convilncing the tnayoir that lie was not the thief. hut it cost him two saswbucks in the drinks. LOCAL BRIEFS. A. J. Pahlmer was today appointeld aId imilistrator of the istate of IFrancis I1. Pahlicr, deceased. Maurice Fitzharris, iln.hew of Maurice Roach, dcceased, has ipetitioned the dlis trict court to he appoinited special admin istr::tor in the estate of .Hoach, deceased. BOOTH'S Grand Specials Our Bakery Sliced Pineapple; Pics, all varieties, made from special, per can...........25c fresh fruit, each ............ 10OC Preserved Raspberries, Duchess Lakes; in a-lb can, for... 12 c special, each ..............20c Home brand Asparagus, Sultana Cakes; special, per can ..................25 per pound ................. 25 Home brand Asparagus Tips Saffron Rolls; today; per can.............25c two dozen for ............25c Coffees Teas Presh roasted Potatoes Choicest specimens every day.. of finest growths. Old crop Santos Cot- The choicest of Idaho ("ichoic, Ceylon Ten, per fee, pound...... -oc and Jefferson Valley pound .. ........oc Choice Maracaibo Cof- Potatoes, 100 pounds Select Cey hIn Te'ca, per fee, pound......25c0 pond. .........75c Select Mocha and c 90or 20 pounds for :in,. t Ceylon Tea, per Java Coffee, Ib.....350 pound .... ....$gon Golden Mlocha andi 25C loot., s seeil ited Java Coffee, Il..4oc T'lea, per pound. 75e Vegetables Specials o1 pounduts ()nions,.; Ifaking Soda ; full pound special ........... ........ 10C package .. ...... ........ to pounds CabbLage ; I)vtced Illl ; special ......... .......... c ,,r can........... ........... c Smoked lalibutl ; aked lin ns; per pound.......... ........ C pound can ............. ..... Sc i I llll i I - -I II I lP WAR AlYICES FROM BOGOTA, COLOMBIA GUNBOAT WHICH LEFT SAN FRAN CISCO FOR PANAMA EXPECT ED-VESSELS READY. [nv AS~ultiAIID lii ·uss.] New York, Sept. i,.-iThe l;thest advices which have reachcdl hete from IlIigota, Colombia, cables a Kingston, Jamiaca, corre4llllnelt, thalIt lPresildent MaIrrolain,, andi Minister of the Interiot r Fernanle. have tquarreled and that that the litter is de vetlopinit. a t tltdency to a.stltule illegal and dictatorial powers. Seniior Mltinez Silva, former (tolan bian miniister at \Washiigtn and other promiinent cotserviatives have ben ilm prisoned for publisthing iluctttiet u ci1l cising the acts of Minister FIernai;iid and the genetral governmelllltt policy. It is reported that a gunhiboat of iabout. 250 toiins left San Francisco aibotl Septimtrl her a for aniama, wthere she is ex. peCted Sej yheir 751 regardlinig which the inl:airgentl war vesscls have already beeni adlvised. AdIvices from (iattaenai report thalt the Magdaletna river is still blockeil. Only four steamll'ers have comle ldownll, as pass age is difficult owiig i t the revolutioniry forces holding Puitilt Pinion with power ful artillery. It is rumored the government steamert s lHercules and Cisneros haivu been either suntlk or captured. SOMEBODY IS GOINCG TO GET IN BAD OVER THIS Nixon and Silver City Mercantile Com pany Muddle Is Up Again in the United States Court. 'Tlhere is likely to be mllore trouble for someone over the Nixon & Silver City Mcrcanttile muddle, which broke out in this city about two years ago and is still throwilng forth hot ashes and occasional puffs of simoke. It the federal court today Attorney Charles M. P'arr asked Judge Knlowles for ani order citing Attorney N. W. McCon nell of IlHelena ito court to show cautse why lie has not turined over to the clerk of the court sotie iloiltey which it is il lerged he collected fromi the Strohiilerg Mutllins company in Colllnlt.tinll with the Nixon-Mercanltile comialllaty',s affairs, and the judge issuedl tilhe order, Ilmaking it re turnable at to o'clock onl the 16th of this month. The order was based llonl an aflildavit from J. R. lBorder:ux. In the affidavit Mr. Bordeaux stated that he held a three. fourths interest in the judgtients secured in behalf of L. W. Nixon and other al leged members of the Silver City coll Itpany and that $t,623.36 in the hands of the Stromblierg Mullins coillpainy was gar nisliheed by the Uniteld States Inarshal; that the marshal secured $640 of the amount, leaving $083.36 in the hands of the Stromlberg-Mullins coiilmpany; that afterwards a demand for the Ibalance was made and refused; that on the H8l of July Mr. McConnell comprotmised the balance at the rate of so cenits on the dollar, re ceiving from the Stromberg-Mulliins cont panty $4ir1.68 anl did not turn it over to the clerk of the court, where it beloniged pending a settlement of the case. LITTLE HARRY RUSSELL HAS SERIOUS ACCIDENT Leg Broken While Stealing Ride on a Freight Street Railway Car on Front Street. Hlarry Russell, the 8-year old son of S. L. Russell, had one of his legs broken yes terday afternooiin at 4 :o o'clock while stealing a ride ont a freight car of the Butte Electric Railway companlly. The little boy was playing ablout the yards of the comIpanly onI East Ironit street when the car started out; he jiilltpedl on board utnseent by the motorlllan or con ductor. When the car turined into Utah avenue a piece of timblle,r on board came in contact with a sprinkling wagoni squeezing Ilarry Russell so that his leg was broken. The screams of the lad attracted the at tention of the conductor and when the imoy was founll lie was at once removed to the hiomne of his parents at No. io03 Utah avenue, where his leg was set. FUNERAL NOTICES. McClRAN.EY, Mrs. Ilattle--Died last of the Centecrville Su.ntlday school for Aull Randall, a llothler, the deceased leaves a daughter, Mrs. Nellie Fowler, to illouril her loss. F:uneral from resi deuce of Mrs. lRaindtall, No. Sa2 South Moltalna street tomorrow at 2:30 p. m. We Promise Only What We Can Fulfill S o te salesmen wi;l promise 4aything in utter to make a e. Ift tha mn lived way of ia nt thll e goods ill (lestint doing ,business. We have carefully guarded aKainst mnaking any statements or promiises that we could not sulbstanltiate if pinned right down to it. We invite you to comie and see if in the long run you do not get nutIcl better satisfall tion hlere than about ally where you ever tradelid. Send mall orders to PAXSON & ROCKEIFE.lI.ER Red Cross Drug Store 24 West P'ak. Telephone 74. The Fraternal Brotherhood Instituted Butte Lodge Saturday Night. ()n Saturday night the Fraternal Broth erhood instituted a lodge inl Pythian cas tie. The meeting was called to order by Mrs. Einmna It. Neidig, supreme vice president, and a short time was devoted to the explanation of the order. A char ter list of 63 was presented which includ. ed sonme of Butte's most promlillelnt peo ple. 'There were present for initiation, 53. The following members were elected of fleers : Past president, Carroll G. Dolman I president, Chas. E. Oles; vice president, Mrs. Clara Allred; chaplain, Mrs. Kate Earls; treasurer, John G. Bailey; secre tary, Miss I)eborah Gibbons; sergeant-at arms, Miss Isabella Pomeroy; inside door keeper, Mrs. Clem IBailey; outside door keeper, Mrs. Annie Cutts; mlusician, Mrs. Flora B. Roonecy; physician, Dr. T. J. Sullivan. The officers were installed by the suo preme vice president, assisted by local Organizers Carroll, Fellows and S. H. Lovett. Mr. II. J. Elliott was appointed drill master and will look after the es cort team. The lButte people were well pleased with Mrs. Ncidig and think she is well intended for fraternal work. Mrs. Neidig left for Spokane Monday evening where she will spend a few days with members of Spokane lodge. There will he a meeting of the Repub lican County Central ('ommitte at the office of the Thompson investment com pany, West Broadway, Thursday, Septem her Ir, 19o2, for the purpose of naming time and place of holding caucuses and pirimaries to elect delegates to county convention. M. G I.I.IS, Chairman. GREAT NORTHMEiN (RAILWAY. Gaturcay and Sunday EItourglons. Basin and return ..................I I turning Monday. Basin and return ................. .. s e Boulder and return ................ e Good going and returning Sundays only Ticket office, 41 North Main street ani depot. Butte. Mont.. May Ir seoa. T'flDAY'S BASEBALL SICO'B'E O0; PAGE 9,