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DEMOI DRINK IS
MARY'S UNDOING SAY STORY OF TEMPTATION THAT IS TOO STRONG FOR A WEAK NATURE TO CURB. BOYLE IS LENIENT WITH AN OLD FAMILIAR FIGURE Effort Will Be Made to Send Mrs. Mo Cabe to the Helena Home of the Good Shepherd-Husband Is Willing to Take Her Back If She Can Stop Drinking, but She Loves the Liquor. One of thel mlott pathe.tic capes of physical N rocks from driink that has been brought to the til l-tintli of tlhe police for some time is that of Mrs. Mary MctCabe, who was t.tlml tuntontciotlls in a shed at No. ,R.6 \\V- lra lway. yesterday morn ing. Mrs. Mc(l:th lthears the repit ationt of being a ionI wmnan, butt her ttnyielding thirst ft liitor ita blrought shaite to hcer famiily atl sorrow to her friends. I .cently she hirled oIt to Mork for Mrs. J. T. Donaldson on the West Side. Yes terltday mtorning she rt ceivd her w.ies antitl anti hour later was dead drlhtik. Sonme small boys playing itt the neiglhibuthod sas' whtt they ,iistotk for a dead)l oimltn in a h-d. and reportied the mat;ter to Policemaiinl Iar shaw. II. ite t at on. t to the scente and fottdl \I r. Mary I \tc('.te ti co nlsciiOus fto dlrttlnklllnnc,.s. She was rtemoved to tIhe police station, and this morning hod ihered tip sutl'li cit itly to talk, The Demon on Drink. "ilOh! if I cottt ,l .tly keep ,tay from ihiky." s, tshe d .udg. Ito h,, "I wouth be all right. I hll s.toippil ,I ritnkintg for two ImonthsIt auh I ( 1 wrote iliy hultishaliul. I Iho ir in Calilornia, and tIil hIit so. A few days agot I got a littir ftrot him. ld lhe told inme he .,ttn l s, tl ,"r tie it I wottll stop drihkin.. .\nd nIoW I' guitlty again." "That is a goodl wormt:t," satit Judge Boyle. alfrttitirIs, "and I wish I could help her. It is onily her consumintiig thirst for shisky thatt ktecp, her down." Several ladlies of lmttt:i have becomte Interested in MIrs. M.(;ahce's case and will make an effort to settl her to the IHlotte of the Gitd Shepherd itl IIclht;. They asked judge Iltyle to sei.l Mrs. McCtabe to the county jail tuntil they could ;make arraltnlge. nitenlts with the Ihlelenta holtme to receive tie:', iand the judge did as relquested. MISS LESTER IS TOO ILL TO APPEAR IN THE COURT After Examination, She Is Allowed Post ponement-Lennox Case Is Also Held Over Until Tuesday. There were all sorts o.f cr ,iinals in Judge lc("leroati's court this morning. Jessie Lester, \ ho has a title in the dventlurous Ihli:dax, snlt word that sh.: was too sick to appear. J idge MicClerian, oln ntolion (of the county attorney, se.t County Physician l)onnelly to the jail to examine the star :cnil;le criminal of the city and it was reported that she had illness sufficicnt to prevent her fromn ap fearing. Charles lennox was tlp for .enltnce on the conviction of murder for the killing of John Williams and on motitlon of the attorneys was re.nanded to jail with the understanding that the attorneys would be ready for the argument on the bill of exceptions next Tuesday. Burglar Corbett pleaded not guilty, as did Minnie Williams, and both cases will be set for trial by Judge McCletnan. DR. P. A. IRONSIDE THE DENTIST Extracts teeth absolutely without pain. Fine Gold and Bridge Work a specialty. Prices moderate. Fully warranted. 25 West Park Street I-~ I I Il Manzanilla, Open Treasure, Empire and Volunteer Additions. West Side Residence Lots In the last 5 years property in that vicinity has increased 500 per cent. We have on sale 4 splendid additions on the West Side. Will sell 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 3o, sgoa, at these prices.. Please call and let us show you. fi18 THE THOMPSON CO. LOANS INSURANCE 15 West Broadway REALTY 1ý1º'Nº1ý'IVº1/1'ýrA1º^I'1Aºr'ý' NO PLACE LIKE HOME. (Picture by Inter Mountain.) H:re Is the Style of Architecture Followed by the Lumbermen Who Hew Down the Big Forests of the Bitter Root-. The "Lumber Jacks" Live in Houses Warm and Comfortable and They Certainly Enjoy Life. ERNEST IS SORRY HE PLEADED GUILTY PROSECUTION HAS NO WITNESSES, BUT ALLEGED RAPIST IS GIVEN FIVE YEARS. IErt st lienthornc pleaded guilty in Juilge Mct lernain's court this morning alid was sentetnced to live years in the state pel.itel tiary. It was supposed that IIhtuthorne, on trial, would lie given at least o0 years, but an agrelenlllt t;as reached whereby his attornelty agreted in a five year sentence on ondiition that Ilenthorne pleaded guilty. liienthorne was arrested on a chidrge of colinllittitlg assault on several little girl:. lie wa. ellployed at the time by the sta. terworks comlpany. It Itvetlped later that on trial he would have been acquitted, as the county attllorly hail no witlltebSc present. DEFER DECISION IN HEINZE CASE COURT OF APPEALS HAS MATTER UNDER CONSIDERATION AND WILL REPORT IN 'FRISCO. [Iu ASS ( At IAIF 'lli ss I Seattle, Wa\\'sh., Sept. 1.1.--The court of appeals yesterday anniiountced that in view of the intercts t alt eted, it had been d( tir nined not to rtender its decision itmeCdi ately in the case of F. Atugttstuts Ileinze vs. the Butte & jolston Milning colllmp;lany. 'The case was argued Iby lHcinze's cout sel Thursday in an11 altt:mt ti secure in: order directing a temporary suspension of the work ;at the llines, now ill tile htands of a receiver. The milne gives cmptloyttent to a large number of persons, and in its deliberations the court concluded that the issues in volved were of too great importance to oe decided without the fullest consideration. It was announced that the attorneys would be given 15 days each in which to file briefs bearing of the contentions. The decision w ill be rendered in San Frantcisco. Berber Tribe Is Routed. Fez, Morocco, Sept. 13.-The Berlber tribe of (;eruan, in Mekines, was attacked Septemnlber 4 by a combined movelment of troops and utterly routed with great loss of life. Much loot was taken. All the Berber tribes have submitted to the authority of the sultan. The mother of the sultan of Morocco died September 8. She was a woman of enlightenment and largely in fluenced the sultan towards liberal ideas on all subjects. It will soon lihe time to pay your taxes. Before doing this you had better hlook ito the title to your property and see if you own what you are paying on, and that there are no other inlcultmbraneces against the property. It will pay you to get anl Abstract, as that will show the exact coni dition of your property. Call at room 504, Hetnncssy building. We own onily complete Abstracts of Silver Bow county. MONTANA ABSTRACT AND TITLE INSURANCE CO., 'Phone, 7ooM, HAD TO HAVE HIS MORNING WHISKY BUT SIM JACKSON DID NOT MEAN TO GET AS DRUNK AS HE DID, HE TELLS JUDGE BOYLE. An early morning jag had made Ilimt take an early dream. lie said that he had over-gauged in getting up his steam. There was plenty of fun on tap in police court this morning. There was a long list of olffenders on the docket and they all had excuses for their shortcomings. "You were ftuatltl drunk at 5 o'clock this morning by 'olicetnan Ed. Ilamil tonl," Judtlge IlBoyle told Sim Jackson, a negro who works about the premises of Mrs. R. II. lHarrison oni West Granite street. "flow on earth did you Imillanage to get oh a jag so early?" "Herry porely managed, sah, berry puorly lmatn;aged(," replied the prisoner sagely. "De ole nigger, salt, hab bin unak in' hit er praxus tcr hab er dram de fus' t'ing in dte uawnin' fore he goes ter wok. lie has ter git up steam sante as her hengine, Jedge llile; same is her hen gitc. iBerry puorely mlanaged, sah, berry puI ely." "V\ell, you haven't told ime yet how yottu happened to get drunk at such an hour," said Judge IlIyle. Furnace Has to Be Fed. "\'tr axed ile, sah, ill lust place erl)out de mant;age, Judge Ilile, an' I wus 'bleeged itr 'splainl dat. Now, ycr ax mne rhbout er drunk at sech er time oh de day. Ez I dtltt tol' yer, I habs ter git up steam eblry mttawnlin' 'fore I goes ter wuk. De fu'nlcte ill de bottotm oh de h'ouse hez ter be fed. VYistiddy mawnin' I gits up too much steam. Jedge Blile, by er axidint. I jes' obtergatgced merse'f wido':t knowin' how de water an' de fire wuz standin'." "I dont't supp)os there was very much water standing around anywhere, Situ?" rcmarked the judge. "V'assalt." "I never saw tilhe fellow yet who had a safety valve when it came to tanking up. The fellow who jags, goes about getting upt steam. but I tell you he is liable to get a flute blown at any time. You will have to pay us $5, Sint, and if you hal;ve't got the money you will have to steamt down t to the city jail, where .Sol .evy won't steam you very much." Too Drunk to Drink. \hhc, Sint's case had been disposed of, James (;ordon was called to the front. jamecs was the personification of all that',: seedy. Ilis straggling beard v as of about two mIlonlths' growthl-anL excellent place for the cocKroaches to play at hide-and seek. Ilbs clothes were rags and his great toe peeped through the I:,y-w\indow in his shoe. "Policeman Itarshaw tells me you were drinking heavily when lie found you on South Main street," said Judge Bloyle. "Nawsuh, tIll;at's a mistake, yer honor. I adtmits I was drinking when I left Sil ver flow junction, but whin I gits to llutte, I was too drutok to drink inny more. I kin prove'it by the cop what pulled me," ntld James looked proudly about the room is though his wit had saved him. \Wlhct the judge pronounced the words "live and costs" his face fell like a sky rocket. J. Doyle received the customary dose of medicine for using abusive language on the streets and paid the fine as though he owned a gold mini. Nora Williams and Jennie Wilson plead not guilty to tmaking the night hideous out on East Broadway. They are girls, scarcely 20 years of age, but they are already hardened to the ways of the world. They will be tried Tuesday. A few vags finished up the docket and court adjourned until Monday, NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Lawrence Manning, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed administrator of the estate of Lawrence Manning, deceased, to the cred itors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said administrator at No. 9 East Granite street, Butte, Montana, the same being the place for the transac tion of the business of said estate, in the county of Siver Bow, state of Montana. JOSEPH P. COLLINS, Administrator of the Estate of Lawrence Manning, Deceased. Dated Butte, Montana, this loth day of May, szoa. WHAT WERi THEY UP TO IN VISIT? IOOKS AS IF THE WILY HUNS HAD WOOL TO PULL OVER YOUR UNCLE SAMUEL'S EYES. yliv ASSOCIATED PRESS.] New York, Sept. 13.-Anthony S. Am bIrose. president of the supreme assembly of the National Slavonic society, has is sued a statement in which he attempts to show a connection between the Hun garian governnent and the sending of the Hungarian flag to the United States. He has forwarded to the secretary of state at Washington what he says is an original secret document. This purports to be an invitation to the minister of religion and public instruction to the cardinali Prince Primate of Hungary to take measures to counteract the harmful results of emigration to the United States. The document urges that it is the duty of the Hungarian government to take 4pon itself "The conouct of its compa triots abroad,'c to preserve them to their church and country. It recommends that a synod of bishops be convened for the discussion of the questions involved and further suggests that an apostolic visitor be sent to cooperate with the apostoli, delegate at Washington. New York, Pitts burg, Passaic, Braddock, Pa.; I)Duquesne, Pa.; McKeesport, Charleroy, Pa.; Me. Kees Rock, Newar., Yonkers, Boonton, Bayonne and Trenton, it especially mer* ttons as places to which properly dispose I priests should be sent. What the Fairs Got. San Francisco, Sept. 13.--Fhe Call says that it is in a position to state that the exact amount received by the relatives of the late Mrs. Charles L. Fair, in set flelment of their claims was $185,oo0, in stead of the sumns running into the mil lions heretofore mentioned. Cheap Rates East. For G. A. R. Encampment at Washing ton. I). C., the Northern Pacific Railway will, on September o0 and October I, sell round trip tickets at rate of 56.40. For stopover, limits, etc., call on or write, W. II. MERRIMAN, Gen'l Agt., N. P. Ry.,, ('or. Park and Main Streets, Butte. $50.40 G-eat Northern Excursion to Washington, D. C., G. A. R. Encampment. T'The Great Northern Railway Company will sell round trip tickets to Washington, D. C. and return on September 30 and Oc toier i, for $56.40. For information re garding stop-overs and limit call at Great Northern Ticket Office, 41 North Main street. Anywhere to Everywhere. To anybody and everybody going from anywhere in the West to everywhere in the East or South, The Rio Grande Lines offer every inducement and accommnnoda tion for a most delightful trip. It is the artist's and tourist's route to all that is sublliuit/t and grandest in scenery on the cootm ent. You make no mistake when you choose the Rio Grande for your next trip. The name is synonitnous of the very best. Write for rates to where you desire to go, also a copy of "Tourists' Hand Book." G. W. FITZGERALD, General Agent, Butte, Montana. NOTICE There will be a meeting of the demo cratic central committee September 13, 1902, at 8 o'clock p. m. pursuant to ad journment. Meeting will he held at No. g1r) East Quartz street (Judge McClcr tian's court room), Butte City, Montana, to transact such business as may regularly come before said meeting. By order of Committee. JAMES H. LYNCH, Attest: Chairman. P. J. GILLIGAN, Secretary. WATCH "THIS SPACE FOR OUR DOLL AND TOY SALE S. M. WILSON'S Housefurnlshiugs 3 W. Park St. SELLS CLOTHE5 THAT rIT-REM[MB[R *6 Marx This new fall suit, perfect in every de tail, fit, finish and material, is only $15.00. THE MEN of Montana are familiar with the high standard maintained in our House. Not alone in clothing, but in every article that they wear. We are sole agents in Butte for the Hart, Schaffner and Marx tailored clothing, Hanan's unapproachable hand sewed Shoes, the unshrinkable "Sanitary" Under wear and many other high-class goods for men. 6 Marx HandIrulord These H. S. and M. Suits, made of fine all wool cassimere and cheviot, sells for : $15.00 to $22.00. Remember, these clothes are made to *-- fit. OPfN SATURDAY NINITS UNTIL T[N IOWA COLLEGE GRINNELL, IOWA DRN P. BRADLEY, President Fifty-sixth Year Opens September 17, Io02. FACULTY of 35; well-appointed LABORATORIES, MUSEUM, LIBRARY of 3o,ooo volumes, Men and Women's GYMNASIUMS, ATHLETIC FIELD. IOWA COLLEGE SCHOOL OF MUSIC, special course in Organ and Church Music. IOWA COLLEGE ACADEMY prepares for any college. For information address J. H. T. MAIN, Dean of the Faculty. It's Hay and Grain. 401 S. Main St. Telephone, 328. A. B. ELLIOTT [lectrical Contractor Estlmates Furnished on Short Notice. Electrical Wiring and Electrical Work, Armature Work a Specialty; All Kinds of Chandeliers.. Phone 956-B 102 E. Park St. If Its Good Cat -/ tie and LIVESTOCK you have to keep them in GOOD CONDITION by feed ing them our GRAIN and FEED, When you get hay, grain, oil cakes, bran, chops, rock stock and flock salt from BEEBE you get the BEST. Automobile tickets FREE with every 5oc cash purchase, BEEBB GRAIN eO. 643.649 South Arlzona St. Hello 421. Butte, Mont.