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IT IS A PLEASURE
to listen to the music of a really fine piano. And the Vose is certainly that. Perfect in action, touch and tone, it is an instrument of the highest grade. It is handsome in design, of elegant fin ish, and durable. Always reliable and sold with a guarantee. "The best for the money. Cash or Installments. Bed. rock prices. MONTANA TIUSIC CO. s19 North Main Street SOUVENIR Butte Above and Below Ground All Latest Popular Books, News and Periodicals, Omice Stationery, Fishing Tackle, Sporting Goods, Fancy Goods. Evans' Book Store 114 N. MAIN ST. "NOXALL" PREPARED PAINT As the name implies, this paint "Noxall" other paint on the market. It will cover 300 square feet of sur face two coats. It is put up in 24 good shades, for Inside or outside use. We warrant every gallon of it. We have the sale of it exclusively in this state and are selling it for $1.50 PER GALLON Ellis Paint Co. Euccessors to Carder Bros Phone 104. 17 E. Quartz St. For Light The Cheapest, the Best For Heat The chapest, the most convenient and best. For Cooking Saves labor, saves money and food Gas Office 202 North Main street MONTANA UNDERTAKING COMPANY l'netal Directors Expert Embalmers THOS. LAVELL, Prop. Thos. Sullivan, Mgr. Phone 85. 523 E. Park, Butte Richards TI BUTTE UNDERTAKER F rectkal Undertaker and Embalmer. 140 W. ParkSt., Butte. Phone 307. SALE SPECIALS Pure cane sugar, .19 pounds, $S; finest creamery butter, 5 pounds, $r,2o; large basket delicious blue plums, sxc; our hams are finest that can 'be had, pound, 14c; Rex Flour is being sold under other brands, $2.75 hundred; our price, $2.a5; so pounds cooking apples, i5c; a boxes best saffron, 25c; so cans 'ink Alaska salmon, 95c; blue deco rated cups and saucers, set 6oc; cream pitchers, Soc; 3-quart stew pans, 1Sc; 3 sacks linest Eastern table salt, roc. *L. E. COOK 331 East Park Street Ji. D.M'S lb.BOlE VETERINARY SURGEON. lHonorary graduate of the Ontario Veter. unary college, Toronto, Canada. Treats all diseases of domesticated animals according to scientific principles. Office at Marlow's stables, so4 South Main street. Telephone s3j. All cases promptly attended te. (Current Notes Orton Bros.--Pianos and organs. * If you bought it at Sherman's it's good. * E. C. Day of lHelena is in the city. House moving and raising. Tel. 7a71. o A. E. Taylor came up from Billings to day. Charles Crawford of Fort Benton is in the city. Attorney W. B. Rogers of Anaconda is in Butte. S. T.. Jameson came over from Borc man today. M. 11. Parker of Boulder is seeing the sights of the city. Mr. and Mrs. William Owsley of Twin ltridges are in the city. J. G. Bates, tuner, Montana Music Co., tzp N. lMain street. Tel. 504. * lalin springs, $S.oo: watches cleaned, $1.So; warranted. Mayer, 6S West Park. All kinds vehicles and feed. lecel:e Grain Co. Automobile tickets with 5oc purchase. * George Jolhnson and the Misses John son of Race Track are visiting Butte to day. James Finlen returned yesterday fromt a trip to New York and other Eastern cities. Mrs. Dora Smith of ttfalo, N. Y., is visiting her brother Patrick O'larrelltt, of No. 33 Clear Grit terrace, near ('enter ville. O. J. McConnell, who is operating a lumber mill near I athrop, this state, is looking after the Iutte end of the Itus iness today. R. A. Suthcerlin of \White Sulphur Springs is in the c:ty, having returned from lamilton, othere lie ateinded the meeting of the 'rcess association. Emery Nepden.t 4-motihs -old son of Mr. and Mrs. D)avid .lpden of No. .'IS liar risotn alvenue, died last evening. The fu ncral will take place from the family resi dence at 3 .o'clock tomorrow afternoon, . One of the wonders of Butte, the Thorn ton howling and. billiard parhrs. l)on't overlook seeing thei while in the city. In struction free to the ladies mornings and afternoons. 1. A. I lcilbronuer, sole owner. Sheriff 11. t.. Bennter of Great Falls passed through the city yesterday with anit inlsalle patient frol' Cascade coutlty for \\'arm Sprilgs,. Louis I.cbet. Hlis insanity was of the strenitotis variety and the' sheriff was comttpelled to o;ail him dowit with shackles cul routlte to the asylutm. Rev. Dantiel Thomas of WVihld Rose. WVis., will address an audientce of Welsth iiclli iin C'ttrpenters' Lnionl hall this evtn inig. Rev'. I htumts is secretary of the Welsh l'reshyteriaun genetral missionary board atnd his visit to Butte is for the purpwo'e of awakeninig a generalt interest amtotg his cotntrymllCen ill miissionary work. 11e is just from the coast, where he htas been doing good labor in his field. While ini the city lie will he the guest of Rev. R. E. Williams, pastor of uthe Htite 'resby t' rian church for VWelshmen. Mail Your Picture. IiI a Patent Photo Envelope and it won't get broken. You can get any size at the I'. U. News Stand, 57 \Vest Park strect. Notice to Stockholders of the Butte Crude Petroleum Company. Notice is hereby given that an annual meeting of the stockholders of the above named company will be held at the of fice of the company, io. .o West Park street, Butte, Silver Bow county, state of Montana, on the 17th day of September, at 8 o'clock p. in., for the election of five trustees for the business year and transac tion of such other business as may co ue before them. Ily order of R. A. WEISS, President. Aotel Arrivals At the Thornton. Joseph Smith. Virginia City ; I.. C. Hampshire, Denver; J. E. Pitts, Cincin nati, O.; \V. R. Allen, Anaconda; J. R. Malsteen, Dubuque, la. ; Walter Laphanm, Salem, Mass.; Thomas Ladd, Portland; U. S. McClellan, Detroit; \V. A. Mobiou:;, New York; George Thomas, Salt Lake; J. R. Toole, Anaconda; Thomas C. Da vidson, Pony, Mont.; Thomas J. Clark, Walla Walla; J. E. Tangrim, Chicago; George W. Brown, Wheaton, Ill. ; Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong, New York; R. A. l.uke, R. Locker, E. C. Day, R. S. Hale, C. L. Reed, Helena; F. C. Osgood, New York; Howard C. Walters, Seattle, \Vash. Frank Elicl, Dillon; Samuel Bankopky, San Francisco; Frederick Netzer, Mil. waukee; J. 11. Durston, Anaconda; Mrs. G. R. Featherly, Mrs. M. 11. . Edie, Dillon; C. S. Moody and wife, Sand Point, Ida.; R. J. Prince, Boston ; Fred Dubois, Black foot, Ida.; A. P. Blanchard. San Fran cisco; Francis l.a Prieton, Atlanta, Ga. At the Butte. Justin hi. Smith, Aaron Mann, Ilrainard; Edward Dugan, Mrs. Dan Osmer, Chey enne; C. A. Knodle, city; W. P. Givin, Anaconda; Miss Isabelle, Morrison; A. L. Babcock, Billings; J. W, Vail, Chicago; John T. Orr, Dillon. At the Southern. John E. Marshall, Boulder; W. J. Rob inson, Pete Calvin, Anaconda; Steven Cane, Basin; N. N. Sly, Spokane; J. M. Johnson, Seattle; C. H. Elven, Helena; D. M. Sullivan, Great Falls; M. Ryan, Copper, Mont.; Wrn. Bell, Great Falls; 'Ed Mullay, Salt Lake City; M. Burt, Ilelena; W. R. Deer, Anaconda; J. B. Mersby, Winm. Phiss, Spokane; G. E. Kis tun, M. J. Powers, San Francisco; A. Angrest, Kansas City: George Powers, Dillon; Tom Burke, Pony, Mont. At the Finlen. C. V. Gilbert, Orrville, O.; W. L. Perk ins, St. Paul; A. C. Leach, John IIerick, Warm Springs; J. C. English, Mrs. Mary Reno, Mrs. W. D. Pearson, Anaconda; T. W. Young, Denver; E. R. Shanahan, Boulder; Lazard Cohn, New York; J. O, Johnson, Whitehall; M. M. Potter, C., R, I. & P. Ry.; L. Rose and wife, Helena; J. M, Nelson, Mineapolis; O. W. Koster man, St. Paul; A. E. Taylor, Billings, C. A. HIurst, Chicago; H. Bush, Livingston; L. A. Boyd, L. E. Beawdry, Anaconda; H. A. Moss, Denver; W. B. Rodger, Ana conda; Charles Crawford, Fort Benton; L. E. Coler, Detroit; D. 1. Price, Helena; G. L. Jameson, Bozeman; J. P. Quinlan, George Johnson, Misses Johnson, San Francisco; E. M. Bruce, St. Paul; M. W, Pettigrew, "Wonderland;" J. M. McCon nell, I.athrop; J. T. Burns, Hamilton; J, E. Sheridan, Big Tmhber; R. V. Bemis, Belt; P. W. Madsen, Salt Lake City; H. . Gumb, Louisville; Capt Jack Crawford, New Mexico. ROSE HEALY IS Al HER OLD TRICKS UP BEFORE JUDGE BOYLE FOR EN TICING UNWARY INNOCENTS - INTO HER ROOM. HOW TALK WANTED TO TELL BOYLE ABOUT IT Three Lads Charged With Violating the Curfew Law Are Arraigned in Court and Dismissed by the Judge Aft:r He Had Administered One of His Heart felt Lectures to the Youthful Trio. Rose Ilcaly, who was recently released from the county jail where she had been sent for robbing a man, was before Judge Boyle this morning on the charge of en ticing unwary pedestrians to hler room at No. Ot East Park street. Rose pleaded "not guilty" and her case was set for Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. In the meanwhile she will occupy a cell in the city jail. Mollie Murray. a resident of Pleasant Alley, was up for creating a disturbance in the little colored church on the South side. Mollie kept the court room roaring with laughter with her funny negro dia lect and was finally disposed of with a $g tine. John Talk and Steve Rush were before his honor for disturbance. Talk wanted to tell the judge the history of his life. "You are entirely too talkative, Talk," said Judge lBoyle, "and for talking too much I shall send you back to jail where you ca n talk to your heart's content. For Violating Curfew Law. ;corge \\'ashinqgton, a negro boy with a double head and a cadaverous grin, hi;is charged with violation of the curfew law;. I)acn and John Sullivan, two white Ioys, were also charged with this of fense. "'.ldge Ilile. Y'r umout tink I'se a bad tniggah," qlioth (;corge W\ashinigtoni, "but cz shore cz ycr is born Jledge, dis coon wuz oAut late ter chu'ch an' wuz jes gwind home t er mecr a whlin dle COp lpulled tile." The Sullivan boys gave as an excuse that they were troublel with insomnia and were just enjoying the freshness uo the night air when Policeman Victor Nort:t arrested themt for being out to', late. Judge Boyle dismissed the cases against the three boys, after ;Iadlllilisterinlg Ione of his heart-to-heart hctures. A FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD Officers Are Installed by Supreme Vice President Mrs. Neidig. Mrs. Emma R. Neidig, supreme vic- president of the Fraternal Brotherhood, installed the officers of the new Butte lodge of the order last evening. She was assisted by the offlicers, who are as follows: Past president, Carroll Dollman: president, Charles E. Olcs; vice president, Mrs. Clara Aired: chap lain, Mrs. Kate Earls; treasurer, John G. Bailey ; scrgeant-ata-arms, Miss Isabelle Pomeroy; inside doorkeeper, MArs. Clewn Bailey; outside doorkeeper, Mrs. Annie Cutts; musician, Mrs. Flora B. Rooney; physician, Dr. T. J. Sullivan. There will bed nmeeting of the Repulb lican County Central Committe at tihe oflice of the T'hompsonl Investment comin pany, West Broadway, Thursday, Septem ber ir, 1902, for the purpose of naminit time and place of hohlillg caucuses and primaries to elect delegates to county CO \ention,. Ml. (;I.i.IIS, Chairman. 'J.l I. FItATRNAL, I I()TIl'1,tlt1001). Mrs. Emina R. Neidig, supreme vice president, on leaving Butte, made the state mnent that out of loo lodges instituted by her during the past several years, never did she institute a lodge with a more promising future than Butte lodge has at present. Fifty-three candidates were initiated Saturday night. The Best Is The Cheapest You cannot purchase a high grade piano for the same price you would pay for a cheap, shoddy in strument. Do not be influenced by ancient names of pianos or claims of aris tocratic patronge. At SHERMAN'S EXCLUSIVE PIANO HOUSE you can find the largest and most complete assort ment of strictly first-class pianos to be found in Montana. In tone quality, in case design, in solid construction, in detail of fin ish, we can please you. Our terms of payment are the most liberal. We have some splen. did bargains in slightly used in. struments. We are state agents for the cele. brated CHASE & BAKER PIANO PLAYER. It leads them all. SHERMAN'S Piano House 129 and 131 East Park St We Olve Mobile Tickets Away. MASONIC TEMPLE TO BE DEDICATED MAGNIFICENT NEW HOME OF LOCAL LODGES IS ALMOST READY FOR OCCUPATION. HIGH MUCKAMUCK OF THE STATE WILL BE IN BUTTE Grand Lodge Is Coming to Hold Meet inj; Here and Incidentally to See That the New Building Is Properly Chris tened-Who Is Coming and What Jobs They Hold in the Order. . Masonic Temple I The naoe sounds gool d to no It only the nleiblers of the Masonic fraternity, but all ciizcens of Ilute. lThe temple is located in West 'Park street bet ewen Idaho and W'asithlgton :iand is a marvel of beauty. It would he a credit to anlly city within the contine. of the Unite I States. All of the work, however, will be done by the t; th of this month, on which date it is to be dedicated by the MaIsons of the state. The grand lodges of the body aire to meet in ]lutte abiout that time and the conIclave will be a gatlhering of Ma ;im.s such as the city or its oldest in halitant. have never witnessed here. The order for it has be'en issued by 'aptain General Francis I). Jones of Helena. Meeting of Grand Lodges. The various grand lodges will convene two days before the de'dication exercises talk place. 'Ihe grand til ConIIIaniery Knihis 'T'emtplar w ill have headqtarters at lithe Finten hotel. All Sir Knights are' rqlcusted to asseitble in full tluniforml ;it the hotel at 7:3o Stlllday eveningll for the prtttpose of attentding divine service, which Is Ih annual practice of the body. '.t 8:jol Monday morning the Kniights will assemlile in full nliformt at the hot.l for the puurpos, e of esiortlig the iI;Ian cotluullanller and his stall to the headtlulr ters of the grandt couiainilntd.ery ill the new temple. It he grand cominl:indery will attend the service in St. Juhn's lEpiscopal church Siln day evening and i ll be es'cortd by Mon taliia ic.niuitan Tlery No. ;. IhI' sei iini will hie di livered by the grand tpreila.. I, v. Sir Knight Frank I1. Lewis. Distinguished Men Coming. Iuiring the conclave, whichn is th!! if teenth atlinual, all of the grland l oflicers of the various ltiodKes in the slate will Ie prei cut, incluttding Joseph J. tlinlsun of Ilil ki;na, who is grand conlllal:ndler, :anld i tnirge Stack of Missoula, grand 11master. 'The other grand iolicers are: Edwin II. IBrewster, deputy graI lcom mand:er. Richard II. W\'eariiug, grand g'nieral issinmo. Francis 1). Jones, grand captain general. William J:. Frown, grand senior warden. Emil f1. Rentischl, grand junior warden. Frank it. Ieiwis, granld pirelate. h I[ienry ft. I'ar'ihen, glralnd treasurer. 1(dwvard %V. Neill, grand recorder. Alexander Frazer, grandl .staiidard ht arer. Richard Lockey, grand swird hearer. J. Jlhiiun L.eggll, grand warden. Srcel Macdonald, grand captain of the gua;rd. ' lie past grand conulunanlers aire: An drew J. Iisk, Anthony If. Ilarr.t, A. J. I)avidon, Albiert I.. Itahbcock, Mich;ael I. Riley, ("urruelius h edges, WVilli:m, I. Ch:.unLh rlain, l',ward C. Ilay, (teorge 1M. Il:ays and James Moiiteitlh. Past Commanders. J he pJast comma:ders are : \'altr ". Frederick, ;George (;(hni, Jant s \V. I l tha wvy, (;corge \V. Jackson, 'Ihe.dlore i f. KIh, inschhnidt, Alex L,. Palmer, \Villiam 1). Smith, A. I). Edgar, A. W. Jiarniard, Al fred lialntforth, WVilliam A. (.lark, I. 'i. ('alkinzs, A. J. DIusseau, Josepl,h A. Ilyde, C. A. Jackson, V. C. \Vhiting, J. U. Rut Ih.l;, I' . S. W illiston, Ii. WV. Rowley, 11. G. \Williams, VW..11. IGorge, C1. R. . Slpar, J. C. \'ilas, F. \V. Wright, W. I '. P Mr. Caw,, Daniel A. McCaw, 1. WV. Blaker, \V. II. Campbell, W. E. 'lhompson, John A. Savage, Robert D). Alton, 1'. II. I'uoindex ter, Phillip E. P'oindexter, R. J. Moore, Fidel Iluber, John F. Bishop, E'mmerson Hill, J. D). Vermillion, L.. 1), Greater, WV. I'. lieachly, Jolhn '1'. Athey, Marshal N. Riace, George 11. Clynihk, Tyler II. hl',ttmpson, George lHowe and A. 1). Mac doaild. The representatives of Montanall olll ttn:ialry No. . are: Dr. Frederick Mc ('tiumon, commatnder; William D)yer, generailissimo, tand Eugente Carroll, cap tain general. WHAT THEY WILL TALK ABOUT WHEN THEY MEET Program for That Convention of Women Suffragists-Doings at the Meet ing Last Night. A meeting of the progressive women in the Silver Bow block last night, held for the purpose of arranging for the suffrage cnvention next week, was a decided suc cess. Reports of committees on arrange nrents, program and entertainment for the convention which meets in Butte, Sep tembcer 17 and ,H, were received and adopted. Mrs. Green Majors presided. Among those who turned in, reports were Mrs. l)Unckel, Mrs. M. E. Hughes and Miss O'Neill. The commlittee on arrangementts was instructed to secure Carpenters' untion hall on W\est Granite street. 'The badge committee recommended that the badges of the convention be of yellow silk, with the following printed on them in Ilack letters: "W. S. S. A. State Convention, Butte, rqoo." The rec ommendation was adopted. It was decided to limit the convention alhresses to r5 minutes each. Among the subjects of addresses will be the follow ing: "The Unspherical Sphere," by Mrs. Sherlock of Boulder; "Women in City Government," by Rev. Lewis J. Duncan of BIutte; "The New Parenthoodt;" "The E]i.cct of Idaho WVomen in Politics," by lion. J. D. Flenner of Boise, Idaho; "Wo tn(n the Motive Power in Progress," by Mrs. T. J. WValsh of Ilelena; "Adaptabil i:y of Women to World's Affairs," by MIrs. rEmma Reed Corbin of Missoula; "lnitiative art(d Referendum," by County C(',ommissioner M. 1'. Ihaggerty of Butte; ''"The Ballot in the H1ands of the WVoman Itreadwinnter," by Mrs. Clarence Smith, president of tile Butte L.aundry Workers' ution. Underwear For Women and Children On our second floor we are showing several new lines of winter weight underwear for women and children. Four styles, mentioned below, are unusually high in value and low in price. Buy a suit now and save a cold. Women's Underwear Women's Underwear WVomern's m acliteii weighet, swi W mein't , exttra heavy itwi. rilhhcd rcotton vets, ai pants;, it ,ihcld ,e.t. and pants of coltt .n ru h Ianc d . gr tal l necks an it nd l wont iixtutl s, taped neck, Only 25C Garnment """"""l l "'tto "', Fn"nch kd. sizei s .1, I, 5 aiInd 6. Color, silver gray. Children's Underwear Only 5oc Garment W'iiter weight fltrcer ! rcottiti vests, pant, and drawers, c~amel.s' \WVteii'i winter weight fleetc hair color, self fnisihed foer boy, liune swiss tihilc, cottli vests an1il nia d girls. Sites , .. . Io. and pants, colors, crn ,,, silver gray. Only 25c Garment cs.tV have tapien neck, lae tri.. Siut.e 2h tllld .. Ile aned gl, red sleeves, FreIttni Only 35C Garment lnis to lpts. Al sie from , sites ,ti1, .1- and .I. It 6. Only 45c Garment Only 5oc Garment Hennessy's Fall Opening Fine Millinery On Monday and Tuesday Next September 15th and 16th. During Mrs Raleigh's visit to IP'aris, lrance, she personally selectedl from the pat tern hat s of the gay city's leading m.odistes a variety of styles that cainti fail to charm all wiho see them. Low Ipriced hat;, too, from our own workrotus and New York'.s til. lincry centers. Rapping at Wrappers Marvelous Values for Little Money. A big lot of heavy, tlccee li ed, I;lntinelette \Vrap pers in blue, lavender, red and gray stripes and ligst ~. 3l . yards Skirts with to-inchl Ilotnce, t tiles \'tv. shoulders and around yokes, trintnlotd with t:rrow wash X braid, bound arm holes and separate tight-lit ting linings. Sizes 32 to 46 inches, price only $i.oo each. Better qualities malde of twilled llannelctlce, Ilcece lined in best of designs and colorings at $1.25; and $1.5o each. Mail l"utte Orders to Hennessy S Montana. Butte Labor News. IHANK GOD THERE IS NONE OF THIS! STAND TAKEN BY MONTANA LABOR UNIONS TO PROTECT CHIL DREN IN TREASURE STATE. Too 1i c:1h Iraise c' 1 otllrt I," giVIII organ i/'d labor in Montana for the stand:i it has taken on the chill labor qtlestitiin. lie it said to the honor of the ;state tliere is a simaller percentage of child labor ill Mon tanta thall any other state In the Iunion. "YOu will lind very few chilhlr'n work ing ill this state," saidl 'resident D)an Mcl)onald of the Attmerican labor unIioIn, t(u afternoon. "Il n11 state ill the union is trhere so little of this crying evil to be found, and this i, because organlli/zed labor is so strong here. All over the world tunions oppose the workinlg of children, and out here 1n Montana the unions are s.t we I organized that child labtlr i noLt eveni attempted. ()f course, f do nolt teath to say that no chilreni work ill Montana. A few boys can be found working, as elevator boys and nlessellgers. BitIt the factories where the evil is worse are free from it. Now go back East or South and the sight you will see about the big factories is nllough to mnake your inner nature recoil. 'Incre hundreds and evenl thousands of children are at work the year round in the factories. They are children of tender age, ratnging front 8 to t5 years of age. 't1 e little tots that ought to be at school or at home with their Iparents are stunted and warped in the hot, dusty factories, where they work from to to 14 htours out of every 24. Conditions in the South. "In the South the conditions are pecu liar. That section was left destitute by the civil war and is just recovering. As yet the educational advantages are limited there. The poorer class of whites-that class termed by the negroes 'de pooh white trash'--are slow to take advantage of the schools. The parents are densely ignor ant, and they cannot see the advantage of educating their children. Illl ill tlhq e ', I11, 11 ;)- ll .n ;llc llillng Ia 1)1ri' ,I whell-re lithy li'.i evirylh in, Ihat iL Iri.nti andl harl I~ know. "('oliihlI oi:ii ill w li I. Igl d :ar. not unll I h Ib ,ttr :1 1 a; . I ; l, ch ll lallborl , .JllI lItf- ;lri. othr rr - e lie , l]' + of our country whi thi, is practiced. It is not foir r, llovel olri slaveriy aoi l shlut,l hv tcon ,leinl ed by all tilh- b ller hcitizen . \\hiat i polterity to h. like, if the chiblih n are birotighi t tip ui ,ler ivil itllitit'es l, tet'adil of at school. ! '"I h: ik ( ', I, there is n,, chbil I,rlub " in M1o ita t;a, mti 1a lo lt as organized labor :i ,tainwl for it, right, there neve i r will TEAMSTERS ARE ON STRIKE About Six Hundred Chicago Drivers Want More Pay and Shorter Hours. I ic'ago, Sept. Ii. 'IiThe excavaiting tlaom tt-rs in ( hic:I;,o wel nt (ll a strik r this nlmornti : fir f tr i ancra.'e in watge to $J a: day. Albotut 6i O nl.t , doing th Ie teaminglll for the prineipal firmsti . tking excavatilonlls for new buihlinggs, are involvedl. T'Ie teamister, joii in detnandinitg $ - a lIay and lthe doing away wilth taking c;are of tlheir t'aiiis all day SmUllday. 'lchy are t1now rec'tivill.i $1.50 arnd $t.75 a day. '1l'h'y are willing to look after their hir-ses Stunday morninlgs and then not returni until timie to take the teamis out .Mltll:i)y. THEY WILL LOOK INTO IT School Board Listens to Complaint From Carpenters' Union. At last night's ntite inup of the school bioard a cn ' nllllllltialioit wa read front the Carpenters an!d Joiner+' union, protelti.g againist the class of labor employed in rc pairiing scIthool desks atnd other school fur. niturer, and asking that ill future either union trn hei e nemployedl or thiit contractors who will emiploy tuiIltn meni be given the work. The matter was referred to the supply Strikers Receive Money. Chicago, Sept. to.--,The first install nutell of looney collected by the German Turtners of Chicago, for the strikers of the anthracite coal fields has been sent. It amollltols to $u,iooI. Thiis money was, Its the iaitn, given by individual subscrip. tions.