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Mootala's Largest rocery, Sept. 12
LUTEY'S In cooking, when an ingredient has lost its strength, you use more than the receipt calls for. When buying it always pays to get fresh goods. We turn our stock so rapidly we always have the freshest pro ducts the market affords. Transparent Apples s,.o°.2sc lRed Astrachan :a Duch ples, box .......................$1.25 Rose Peru es. .- 88 Rose Per ial, basket ....... c Tomatoes .selected, 80 basket ............ 80c POTATOES Montana, extra fine, smooth, cook up mealy. Don't buy potatoes until you see ours- $12 zoo pounds .................. (Pl. Candy Department French Mixed Candy ponrd dS Special today, a pounds........... c Steam Bakery Lutey's bake ovens are famous for the sterling quality and enormous quantity of light, tempting goodies they turn out daily. Tea Cakes for ............... 2c Coffee Cakes ~Each ., c, . c tOe and ..... .... Lady Fingers aot. c dos 26 Cottage Bread oPer a,.. 10 At Our Meat Department We have the finest fresh fish the mar ket affords. Mountain Trout pound..... 45c Hialibut poun...................8c Salmon Columbia River, lb. 12V2c Prime Roast pound..........10. Sirloin Steak Per .........15 Coffee Roasted Every Day At Lutey's It always pays to buy fresh roasted colfcc-then you get coffee with nearly twice the strength and three times the flavor. l)on't forget to sample our "Finest" today. It's economy to use it, because it costs less than other coffees, considering the small quantities used. We Serve it Free :of er tdepart ment. Our "Finest" Coffee, to-pound lots, $3.75; pound ................. Our "Cream" Coffee, a mouthful of fla vor In every sip, n pound............................ouc The Big Store of Little Prices 47 West Park. 'Phone, 68. Hight & Fairfield Company Manufacturing Opticians. Duplicate any broken lens and fill ill prescriptions given by other tcifclans. All orders filled same day as recelve4. Graduate optlclun 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 Spotting 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. HUIE POICK Thirteenth doctor of China from grand. father down. Born and schooled in the profession. Treats all diseases, naking a specialty of chronic troubles. :otisult me. 227 South Main St. Boston Cafe 107 S. Main Now open as a first-class restaurant. Meals 15c and Up Private rooms for ladies. Prince Joseph Not Guilty. [vY ASSOCIATED PRESS.] London, Sept. I1.-At Old Bailey today the jury announced that it found no evi dence against Prince Francis Joseph of Braganza, an officer of the Austrian army, charged with misconduct under the crim inal law amendment. The prince was therefore discharged from custody. REPUBLICANS SET DATE OF MEETING COUNTY CONVENTION IS TO BE HELD SEPTEMBER 25 WITH 161 DELEGATES. SUB-COMMITTEEMEN NAMED TO SUPERVISE CAUCUSES Man From Each of 35 Precincts Chosen to Aid Regular Central Committee Malcolm Gillis on the Fake Accounts of the Meetings Given in the Morning Papers, Who Misrepresent the Facts. It was an entirely different kindl of a meeting, that of the republican central com mittee at the office of the Thompson In vestment company last evening. There was no disturbance, no villification nor per sonal attacks, no striking right and left, and no choking. It was a meeting of respectable, law abiding citizens, representing the sober, sensible thought of the community. Thursday, September 25, was the date set for the county convention, which will be held at the Auditorium at noon, if the hall can be secured for the date. There will be 161 delegates, one for every a5 votes a.d a fraction cast for \V. 'R. Young for Sheriff in 9goo. The caucus will be ohld on Monday, September 22, at 7 o'clock in the even ing and the primaries from 5 to 8 the following evening, September 23. Sub-Committeemen Named. Besides the regular county central conm mittee, which is composed of 15 members, 35 sub-committeemen were chosen to take charge of the caucuses and primaries in the precincts as follows: Precinct i-William Ball. Precinct --T'. WV. ltuzzo. Precinct 3-A. \v. Buese. Precinct 4--William .tidy. Precinct 5-Frank Geary. Precinct 6-William Shellcw. Precinct 7-John Bolothe. Precinct 8-William l'lummer. I'recinct 9-John Osborne. Precinct io--Robert Tait. Precinct l-E. A. Morley. Precinct Iz2-laskell Asgood. Precinct 14-Fred Bush. Precinct 5--C. II. Moore. Precinct 16-George Bourquin. Precinct 7--J. R. Grice. Precinct 18-C. J. Stevenson. Precinct 9g-John Congdon. Precinct ao-M. L. Holland. Precinct 21-Harry Blunmkin. Precinct 22-E. S. Booth. Precinct 23-J. R. Creighton. Precinct 24-W. R. Young. Precinct 25-B. N. Bechbe. Precinct 26-Alexander Macauley. Precinct 27-T. A. Morrin. Precinct 28-Wallace Corbett. Precinct 29-George Gundaker. Precinct 31-Malcolm Gillis. Precinct 32-James Cribble. Precinct 33-Wiljam Irwin. Precinct 34-Lharles Mattison. Precinct sr-Watson Weisner. Precinct 53-S. H. Almon. There Was No Rough House. While there was at times the usual friendly discussion about appointees, it never reached a personal or bitter nature. Recommendations were made for places on the list of sub-committees, but it was found frequently that those precincts were already represented. "I read with interest an editorial in one of the morning papers," said Malcolm Gil lis, chairman of the county central com mittee today, "about changing or garbling the reports of proceedings of republican meetings. I was amused at it from the fact that the same paper has a garbled account of our meeting last evening. One would think from some of the accounts of that paper that republican meetings were like those of our democratic friends-run entirely in the interest of one or the other of the corporations represented in the county. Underlying Principles of Party. "There are underlying principles of the party, regardless of the working of corpor ations. They are the main interests to be considered. The interests of property owners, either private or public, are only conoerned inasmuch as justice is done to either. "We are willing to have our little disa greements in the party, but not on corpora tion lines. When the morning papers say that we were split on those lines it is mis quoting our proceedings violently; a fact that makes its own criticism very ridicu lous. "In the coming campaign we care not what mine a man works. Republican principles are wider than the interests of mine owners. We don't want to antago nize either party, but we want it distinctly understood that we are not the party of factions, or representing their interests. We are for justice and clean government. We do not have to defend our position in the eyes of the people of Montana." NOTICE, There will be a meeting of the demo cratic central committee September 13, 19o02, at 8 o'clock p. m. pulrsuant to ad. journment.' Meeting winl be held at No. 19i East Quartz street (Judge McCler nan's court room), BIutte City, Montana, to transact such busisless as may regularly come before said meeting. By order of committee. JAMES HI. LYNCIH, Attest : Chairman, P. J. GILI.TGAN, Secretary. WALKER'S 12 W. Park St. Anderson County and Blackthorn Whiskey. Honest quart ... 90 Bents SWOOPS DOWN ON LADY'S TROUSSEAU MEAN TRICK PLAYED ON COLORED BEAUTY BY LANDLADY TO WHOM SHE OWED RENT. SAD STATE OF AFFAIRS IS DIVULGED TO LYNCH How Wife of Amorous Austrian, Who Had Found No Fault With Her, Drove Him From the Town and in His Ab sence, Did Take Up With Another Man-Wants No Divorce. It isn't often that the county attorney's olice is the scene of so much trouble in one day .t? it was for a few hours this morning. When Deputy Attorney Lynch opened the office, there was a crowd wait ing outside to tell of ills and injustice, past, present and future. Among the first was a tall, slim negro who passed his hat nervously fromt one hand to another and showed strong evi. dences of excitement. It looked like a case of murder at least. There seemed little doubt of it being a serious affair. After considerableside stepping and pre liminaries it developed that the mlan from Africa was presenit as the representativ. of a dusky damsel whom he called hist "lady friend," and who was a victim of base injustice on the part of her landlady. "Swipped" Her Trousseau. "She done broke into mah fren's room and took away her two tru'tks, will a' her clo's, jes 'ease she was fouah dollars Iehin' in her rent," said the man. Then he spun out a long tale about his 'friendi" who lives inl the alley between Porphyry and Silver street, and has a lit tle room for which she pays four dollars a wcek and which is secured by a padlock. While she was away at a "little party" last evening her landlady swoloped down. pulled out the staple of the padlock, and got away with her trousseau. 1Her representative was told to go home and bring somle witnesses and then a war rant would be issued accordinlg to the facts. HIardly had tile African left before a sad-eyed Austria catme in with the request to have his wife arrested for leaving him and living unlawfully with ainother man. HIs English was none of the best, but he was fearfully in earnest. The Sad-Eyed Austrian. "My name is John l.uchavich." said he, "and I have been away. AMy wife told m,. if I didn't go away she woultl kill me. I staid away too long, I guess, for when I came back I found she was living with another man. "I don't want.to get a divorce," he con tinued, "we have been married and' no law can separate us, but I want that ma~a and my wife arested. On a slip of paper he had the nmens all dress but as he had been away for some years, he did not know his name, he said. "Maybe she has divorced you for dtser tion," suggested Deputy County Attorney Lynch. "You hau better go and fitdl oltt something more definite about it, before you expect this office to take action." He went away sorrowfully, stating that he woul dnever permit divorce, but lie would take strenuous nteasures to have both the man and woman prosecuted to the letter of the law. INTERESTS CATHOLIC WORLD Latest Doings in the Case of the Prin cess Rospigliosi. sllY ASSiOCAIATED PXI'ts.] Rome, Sept. Iz.-The lawyers of Prin cess Rospigliosi, who was Miss Marie Reid of Washington, I). C., and formerly the wife of Frederick Parkhurst of Ban gor, Me., have requested the propaganda to have the original registers of St. Matthew's church, Washington, and the chancellory of Baltimore brought to Rome in order to support her contention that no church dis pensation for her marriage to Mr. Park hurst was granted. The suit Interests Catholics the world over. M'CLERNAN DISSOLVES HARNEY'S INJUNCTION Feldman May Keep on Selling Goods Until the Suit Brought by Roth Can Be Tried in the Court. Judge McClernan today issued an order dissolving an injunction served yesterday by Judge Hlarney on Louis Feldman, an East Park street merchant, restrainining him from selling goods at his Iplace of business. The action is the result of a suit brought by Morris Roth against Fehhlmnu for dam ages alleged to have been inflicted to him by Fcldman's usurpation of Roth's trade. Feldman sold a second-hand store to Roth and imnmediately opened up anlother next door to him. As Judge lVarney is out of town, Judge McClernan issued the dissolhution order until the hearing of the case determines the cause of action of the plainttif. MORRIS & CO'S PALACSTSOF S A'TURDAY our variety of bakery goodls will be large. Including Coffee Cakes, Cof fee Stollens, Cream Puffs, Chocolate Eclaires, Lady I:igers, Fig. Chocolate, Lemon, O)ralnge, Nut and Carmel Layer Cakes. L.arge variety of Loaf Cakes and Cookies. Delicious Pies. 64 West Park Phone 75..... FOREST FIRES IN ENTIRE DISTRICT BUSINESS IN MANY SECTIONS OF THE NORTHWEST IS BROUGHT TO A STANDSTILL. OUTLYING TOWNS ARE IN DANGER OF DESTRUCTION Villages Appeal to Cities, but Even They Cannot Afford to Spare Engines-Rea cue Parties Have Been Dispatched to Districts Where Life IsThought to Be in Imminent Danger. lil ASsOCIAtI'.D tIa's .] 'actonia, %%ash., Sept. t:*.--The nearest disastrous forest fire of tihe irimy raging in tph vast district is at Eliia, 50 miles sIOthwest of here, where seven large lllu ber mills arc in great danger of deattuc tion. At 9 o'clock ill wires to Gray's hatshor cotltry wenllt down andll oo word can ll e had IoInt Julia or above there. About iI o'clock a telegram reported Efnumcl.,w. in King county, on the main line of the Northern Pacific, cast, in great dantiie. I lh town alppeals for a tire engilne and hose, but as mllay small brush lir.es are lurling on Ti con'all'l, iin ou.tskiIrts, lllln call he sh,,ird. She townll of Ilucida, ill Thu ll rStonll countyi at few miles i'.snauth oI htier, wisi i ink. llarkon's ait II io'clck this fIorenoonl and lthe people were obligd to go about with lite'ris. Front s i'clock this mlorll ing, intil 7 o'clock., the entire sky was blol red with no signs of sounrse. The stiol,, is so high that many peopleh refi'e' to Ib lie,'ve that th'e phinio ena;i results front for.". tires, id manssy ofI lthn are congre. gating non street corne rspr1dicting dire disast5r. Too Dark to Work. At ('entralia, Lewis countiy, alkneii ss has i atted all business to stop R sports from Sheltoni at oonl statel that nearly all of the mills in Mason cotunty are on tire. The townl of Matlock, that county, is in iniiii'ieni t ;danger oif total dchs t I c1' ion. Sixteen smiles from (llympia the lhr deanux string of 'amps, the t llack lills dis trict, are in great danger. Frly imen hiave' gonll on horsiack to rIescle wioen and;l children. In T'tacnma a heavy darkness is settling dowth. loats cannoiit pass the narrows oun acFotiutL, of darkness. At (llympia the electric light plant has shut down and acit nooniit it wsas ti dark is the blackest night. ERKEST YWATIERMM HAS HIT THE PIKE HE IS A SHARP-FEATURED LAD AND STUTTERS-IF YOU SEE HIM JUST RAISE THE ROOF. William Waterman and his wife', who live at 20o Dakota alley, aplpecared at the office of the counlty attorney this after n on, asking that a warrant Ie issued for tle arrest of their son I ricest, a lad of s 5, wIhI ran away froutim hoie a few days ago. Y'ouing \Vaterman, in company with an other hoy-Jimmfe Warner ---had been threatening for slie time to break away fromt the paternal roof aitd test his wings dlose "Ile is a sharp-featured youth andil lie stutters when he talks," said his mother. "lie has a brother in Kalispell who works on the railroad, and hIe imay have gone to in, but we wounid like to have him arr.l.ed and brought homle right away." She was referred to the chief of Iuliue and to the sheriff, but she nmaiuiiuied they coulut do tiothiiig withoutt a war SIh tlhiiiiks her soli lift the city on iiiie of Ihi trailns last night. FAMOUS TRAIN ROBBER SURENDERS TO SHERIFF With His Arm Shattered by Bullets of Pursuers, Bert Alvord Decides to Give Himself Up. SIL ASSo(ir i:AS D RI, SS. Ti7 ti.n, Ariz., Sept. ,..---lIert Alvoird, the fa:lous train robber andl outlaw, stlr rend-rr d Wednesday to Sherifi ILe.wis of Cochit:se county, and "Billy" Stiles, hi:s old pul, who turned state's evidtnlce and joiined the rangers in the hunt. With his right arm s.hiattcred by bullets so that he cilnd not .lSe a gun, Alvord decidled to trust to the h.yi, icy of the law. lie notified Stiles of his willingness to sturrc ndilr, i.n t L.\AS i. ;t nr the line, surrclenderd and ii as broit:tht to Tucson for saf:keCliilng. I,, is chliarged with ttnemptiniig to rob tll.e I iitled States mails in It',m and ,oo, "ihe ,iarge of train robibry, whih is a calpitll offlnse in Arizona, also hn;itgs, over his I N'I,. lle left his coniriliiiI, IBravo Juanl :after a futile attmllpilt to hold up the lrt ,a;itional explress car at liermosillo, thre Wi ceks ago. Jualn is still active llil is t i,, lst mitelnir r of the n.; ati l Iir . HEINZE CASE IS REVIVED Judge McHatton Hearing Suit With Bos ton and Montana Company. I[iY ASSa IA lrl I'i tt Ss I tSitle, Wash., Sept. 1d.-A remilnlder of te, onice famtous litigationl Ietween I. AuIit lilinze alid the Blitte and tloston Miii:: t company was held in the United .9tail circuit cotrlt of appeals yesterday, wh t ludge Mcllatton of Montana aifI petar :I and asked for a writ of spllcrsedelias requil iig the receiver to d(is:contilnue oper atioirn inl the property. 'hi' mnotion was resisted by John I. Forlik and II. B. Iturleigh ftr the der fenllluts. After hearing lelngthy argrt mertl from lioth counsel, the court an nouniicd that it would take the nmatter und:r advisement and intiimated that a decisiotn cutltl be expected this welk. BOOTH'S Fresh Vegetables Fresh Fruit Green Corn, large cars; Fancy Peaches; per dozen .......... ..... 20C large hox for ..... 65C Choicest Wax feansl; Wild I'luns, special; per pound .......... ..... I c per case . ... . $1.00 Ripe ndl Ruhldy Tollmatos Choice Montana Apples; per po,,und ..... . c ,o ........ ....... $1,00 Gren TIuaitoes, special; Extra aunrey Montana Aplllph $1,25 per pound ..... per x .......... 3C r 25...... resh Citron; 'ollcord ;rnlp ; er pound . ..... 3 r hisket ........ ........ 35 "PEGI"LR S Lurnheon0 Delicacies B0IG lunch Tongue ; llmln Sausage, speci;al ; Ih llf poundl can for ........ per can . ........ Finest Shrin!.s; Slicdrll lnuon, lspecial l size c n .. .... . p r can ........ .... . 15 e FIinet Shrilps; eal ILoaf, special; large size can ........ . 2 per an ........ .......... 1 c Family Wines and Liquors (ohlen Seplier H-yearol Cal lifornia Claret l inue, Whiky; full quart ol l.. $1.00 years old; galll .. ... 75C Hunter Iilltiuorce HRye California Claret \\'ine, W\\'lhiky; per bottle....... $1.25 6 cnar. otld; gallon ..... $1.00 MRIL ORDERS PROMPTLY PILLED PERFECTION 'PERSONIFIED Centennial Beer NONE PURER---NONE BETTER I'ermanently removed. Also hirthmakl i, y allltll x oil,. maletl.. i' v t 'l,, l.ad v 71 lla , an eti, blackI e dsl' i, ivei r spIts, Iteckl., ln, (IC MISS IF. \ . II.\.lt)illI, u, W'. ircoldway. ()11ic, n, The Aryle.. MARY GRE[LY SAYS HE HAS A FORTUNE BUT JENKINS COMPLAINS THAT HE' IS ON VERGE OF STARVATION -A BANKRUPT. According to Mary ,freely. Williamt 11. Jenkins is a miil'i, ,aire. .JIr k,1 11s di'nu,', the itlsitluation altl wili try to plrovel to Judge Iliram Kniwles in the Uttitl.d States court ru onll this afterlnoon that le is a bankrupt. The hearing is on ;i Ip'tilii iof Mary (reely to set aside adljudlrwation in bank. ruptty in the ase ofi William It. Jenkins. T ihe petitilon alleges that ill I) ttiember .i, I').i, Jenrkinis w;i. declared at ban;lkrupt; that by rights Il'was not a bitlkrull t bitt o.nlle'd imucith prop, lty; that th clilll aim of the plaintill fur $1,500 ag;aiinst the de fiidharlt is tih. lonly iexisting claim agaiti st JenkiLs, the defei l nhi t; that this claim of $1,5,u is a just 4Iih, that amlult hav ing ben awarided the plaittiff Iy a court of justice foir malitcious prosecutiot on the part of the defendait. In the prayier, Mary (.;rt.ely aisks thait the order lhdelarig Jtenkins a billlankrupt lIe adjudicatedl. The tasi' promises to oc coply mlost of the aftert noon. At the oilltnliig session ofi court William IaItks and Rlbertr J. Starr were both dis charged from bankrutplcy. Ritoert J. Starr has liled his petitlion for tatl discharge andil the heIi'arihg s set. for Silptemit ihr io. OUR FAILURES THEJR GUIDE British Will Avoid Pitfalls Into Which We Have Been Falling. Io'f A: e-.i IAI A i t 'lt' . I lielfast, Sept. I .- At iisla:y's s-i l of the a nltill Inlc ting ol f th'e Britis h As smoiationi for the adlvaneltmi nt of Science, . II. I'ort(r reaad a paper its tihe ecinomi,: setiosn o ln the sunhjiit 4f Intiipai| l traid ing. liie pointeti d out ithat Am.erica: expelri once showed there was nu wisdom ill this form of civic elitrprits, wthih was so rapidly increasing imui icipai l debts it I'idug EDWARD'S HEALTH LMPROVED His Majesty Is Said to Be Better Than He Has Been in Years. London, Sept. I J. - L hIr. h as betnut a markedl imlprovement il the king's health since the corlna ti I. his diet is strictly regulated ill rflauntily :old character. T'hose who have sit aIll wl tilked with him i ll S icthul assert that ihei is Ii litter h ie; lthi than for llmny y sll , alnd that his vivacity till chii rfitltwi, are noticeable. iHis Jmute illness is now regarde:d by imany as a blessing in dlisgutise, which imay help to iprolong his lifte for inity yetars. SUES THE ONLY SURVIVOR Gentleman Who Was Mixed Up in Fa mous Railway Deal May Have to pay. iy i , As u, IAI 'ii l ItSS.] Norfiolk, Va., Sept. 12.-- )r. William Schmioeht. of Portsmoutllth has beetn sued to recoiver $5,,iuo i4. by ICharles It. Brown of New York. hr. Schitnoele is the only sure viving ofllicer of the fortmer Memphis, El tPaso & Pacific railway, which is now a part of the Tel'xas & Pacific system. The suit w:as hiro tilt for the purpose of realizing on ibothds issued by the ftormer railway in 867. ID)r. Schuinclc is the only man living on whom suitumitons could be served. MILLIONS OF FEET OF TIMBER BURNED SLRIOQUS FOREST FIRE RAGIS FROM BRITISH COLUMBIA TO THE CALIFORNIA LINE. u ', A. . , IA I I Ilt. IAitiaul, h s., Srlpt. Is.-i "l'' r t fires are lbrningllll o Ihr (';(;alr .;l lhl (;1at r;Ing. s ftr. Il; ti h 1'l,,llmbit to iha Cail il llnia lil ., daI tn'. yns: ,, u n. neltts 'n ,of felt of tillllrt, oIlllly fJt.II ul'nall s, barns and livcstl, k. Ais I':1 ;, Ir|pnttd thale has; i I 1aaee n Iol "of liil . Adlvic.es f( n ,, ' t1l,.an .ok m.I. y, whlt ls was thrra.l.n. d with I h l ta tilill y(t"ler dahy, state that thl.rr , it )o lwngTr any dange, r Ioi lh a I ,w . AI IMultult ua;lh I alls, r.( mil. cadt of ; he.r1 1 e, li , l.lo1 it , a, brile o nr III, id an st . r Navi ;atin W railr y;ol nm al, delaying all rahsc. A trO rsfer ofl pavwtg.., al nt;id as ill be madle. ment the hoh most \il iberal, the Pianokis o tned that by a PIANO pilled to ftill utnhr ia l hW ,ll. TUNER AS Atll work guar antedl , Spt. I.. . iniL r ,of a ar(his~l have box, alove ;l and stored here. Pianos That,. Plead Their Own Cause Are sold at Sherman's Piano House........ We carry the largest stock. Our terms of pa y ment the most liberal. guaranted ......... We box, move and store Pianos se............ Everything in the Piano line ............. We carry the celebrated Chase & Baker Piano Player ........... SHIERMAN'S Piano House 129 and 131 East Park St We Give Mobile Tickets Away.