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(Picture by Inter Mountain.) Dawson and Other Members of Butte's Police Force Took Prominent Part in the Convention Crowd's Outdoor Pas times at Bozeman--ln the Picture Dawson Is Delivering a Farewell Address Before Train Starts. PEARY SAYS POLE CAN BE REACHED HE DOES NOT CARE TO TRY IT ANY MORE HIMSELF BUT SAYS OTHERS MAY. TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS WILL BE ENOUGH Believes That If He Had Put His Ship as Far North as He Expected to He Might Have Been Successful-Con fident That There Is No Land Sur rounding the Pole-Money Will Do It. ii, A..OI'iAli I 'RI ss.J Portland, 11e., Sept. ..- I.ieutetnt Pcary. the Arctic explorer, hasi arrived here. In an inters iew he saidl: "'() no acc,unt shall I mnake an at tempt to rttrn the North. I have done all that can be dtlne with the facili ties at my comnmand, and I shall now re sulln my duties iin the navy, reporting to the navy departmnlt aat\\aslhilngton ill a few days. The pole can le reached. It is a ituetion of mioney andi the explorer's outfit. Could I have put mlily ship as far north as I intendedlt ,, and s I1 could hay, done had she ibeen equal to the retqire menits, I could have made the pole. I'os sibly had I covered lihe .15" miles front where I turned back and the pole, I might have addied nothing to our informna tion as to the extreme polar contditioin. An Open Sea. "We can very well conjecture condi tions surrounding the pole. I ani confi dent it Is the ocean that is there-no land is there. Money will ldo it-nmoney in the right hands. No, not millions either. Two hundred thousanld would do it. For this amount I could keep a party in the north ten years, and follow lmy original plan for marching by stages, on the pole. A good shilp, plenty of time anld sufficient money will do it." Peary's foot, which was frozen, is doing well, and he believes lie may be able to do without an operation. Big Jewelry Combine. Brockton, Mass., Sept. 15.-Plans are being completed for the consolidation of the largest jewelry manufacturing firms in New England. The terms include the merging of tile largest lirms of Massa chusetts, Connecticut and New York. Roosevelt Congratulates Odell. Albany, N. Y., Sept. 25.-(;overnor Odell last night received this telegram from President Roosevelt, "Accept my heartiest congratulations for yourself and your associates on the ticket just nomi nated." 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 ENCLISH ANGERED AT BOER LETTERS REGARD APPEAL TO WORLD AS A MANIFESTATION OF HOSTILITY TOWARD THEM. GROSS EXAGGERATION OF CONDITIONS IS CHARGED Say Boers Paint Picture Far Worse Than It Really Is-Do Not Believe the Letter Emanated From Botha, Delarey and Dewet, but From Leyds, Who Has Always Been Irreconcilable. is' .1s.c 'IAIt ll:) I'urss., I.ondn. Sept. '5.-- Referring this morn ing to hIenry Phipps' gift of $i5o,ooo to the Bliers, the Morning Post exlpresses the wish that some representative of America might hlie appoiitted to the coimmittee to ad minister the gilt, becau.se it would he a good thilng for some responsible Ameri can to see for himself the condlitio of the colonies and the great cfforts Ibteing made: for otlicial and uttlllicial representatives of IGreat Britain to alleviate the hardships of the liner womeni anld chiilren. ii tan editorial article the Tlimes says: 'It is fortunate that the corrcspololence concerniing Mr. Ihipps' muntilificent gift ap elars siimultaneously with the lBouer appeal. becauise (;eneral littha's very dignified aind correct letter accepting Mir. I'hiplps' gift suppllies a necessary corrective to the ini flamnmatory altpeal and remtto\ves the sus picion that the liocnr getnerals are being used conitsciously or utinctnsciitsly to carry out at itnsidious design to undermine Brit ish power in South Africa." The tot.e of the ontttents of the manii festo of the tIocr geinrals;, issued in the form of an appteal to the civilized world, for civilization to assist destitute lIvers and help in the etducation of lIter chihldren, excite the utimtost resetltmelt of the whole British press and the documitent tecds to alieniate the symtpathy whit h has heretto fore bccn ficlt for the lioner Ipeole ittn many quarters. Manifestation of Hostility. It is regardedt as a manifestation of hos tility to Great Britaint and the work nct of (;enerals Blotha, I)ewet liand I)clarey, but of Doctor Ieyds, the IEurtopean representa tives of the IBoers. The statetment contained in the mani festo that 30.ooo hou ses have been burneid, is cotns.l.red a great exaggeration and complaint is made that while the docu mentt presents the case against Eingland in the worst light, it honestly ignores the fact the Btritish government has agreed to ad vance loans free of interest two years to allow the Itiers to re-settle on the farms. It Is pointed out that even if the Boer estimate of 30,000 farms destroyed is cor rect, the $15.ooo,ooo granted under the peace terms will give each family $5oo. The idea that the appeal is likely to re sult in getting anything like $150,000,0oo. is as ridiculous as it is preposterous. The Standard contends that a friendly appeal to the generosity of the British people would have been more productive than such an angry appeal to foreigners. Whooping Cough Contagious. [IfY AssOCiATED IRESS.] Boston, Sept. 25.-John D. Long, ex secretary of the navy, has been chosen president of the board of overseers of the Harvard university. Deans were elected as follows: Harvard college, Byron Satterlee; graduate school, John Henry Wright; Lawrence scientific school, Na thaniel S. Shaler; dental school, Eugene H. Smith. John Goddard Hart was chosen in structor in English; Edward Hale, A. B., was re-appointed assistant professor of homilitics; John Templeman Coolidge, Jr. was appointed trustee of the museunl of fine arts for the remainder of the year 1902, in place of Arthur A. Carey, who recently resigned. Maurice Howe Rich ardson, M. D., was elected associate'pro fessor of clinical surgery. 2,000 Pounds to the Ton. CITIZWINUS' OOL 00. No, 4 East Broadway, IIII| II i I ETECTIVYES VISII CROOKED AGENCIES CHICAGO POLICE FINALLY ATTEMPT TO STOP ONE BRANCH OF SWINDLING IN THAT CITY. GAMBLERS HAVE FORMED A MATRIMONIAL TRUST Several Different Concerns Have a Plan to Gull the Public by Forming Mar riage Alliances and Permitting All Kinds of Gambling-The Books Show That All of Them Are Making Money. [iny AsSOI'IA I, IcI ass.J Chicago. Sept. s5.--:ie "matrinonial" agencies and "turf commiissions" have been visited by a detail of detectives from Chief ()'Neill's bureau. Both commission burealus were looted of their conltentts anld three Imenrl were placed tlunder arrest. Three oither ment and one womanl for whomt the police had warrants evadled arrest. Another womanl saved her nt;ttrimonial oltice front being looted by locking it up and going away. D)etective \\'oolridge, who was in charge of the raid, believes there is a matrimonial and gambling trust comptosed by the same Imen' alnd operatig Initly branches under various natte. In soie c'lases corporate natmes have been assumed and the litera ture issluedl states that these conlcerlns are incorporated. Several Agencies. The "turf commission" rooms raided were those of the Armstrong- aldwin coin paly iand the I)Doutglass-lDaly company. The matrimonial agencies were the Bell Advertising agency, (). I.. Wells. alias 0. t., \Wellhr, Unity Publishing company, .oretto Publishitng company and J. S. Main. The litera;ture of the "turf com mission" was similar, and each firm ac cused the other of stealing its circulars and testimtonials. The letters foundI in the various matrimtonialt oflices also were so similar as to suggest a commontOtt author, and the same photos of hanlldsome women anlld prosperous appearlctinig tmen were found iln use in the several agencies. A memllortandutll found ill one of the "turf" oflctes showed the receipts to be from $65 to $10.t a day. PAt;E to REOPENING OF CABLE MINE General Satisfaction Expressed That the Plant Is Running Again. Iset tla. . io ti.rlH N IIi'NIAIN.1 Anacntida, Sept. 25.-C('nsiderablle satis factionl is heard in and aIrotundt Alnacondla at the news of the re-opening of the Cable minite. For many years J. C. Savery worked the Cable when it had a Western reputation, and under the management of Bacorn Brothers, who will operate it under a lease, there is every reason to believe .that the mine will take its former place as one of the foremost gold producers in the country. FOR RENT i Suite Office Rooms, 34 West 3-Room Frame, 315 South Mon. Granite ................. $50 oo tana ....................... So 1 Store, 1146 South Arizona... 1o oo 4-roomn Frame, 513 South Mon I Store, Front and Arizona.... 25 oo tana ..................... 1 o S-Boom Modern Fiat, South a Store, 323 South Main....... 32 50o yoming .................. 23 oo i Store, 222 East Park......... 35 oo 4-Room Modern Flat, South 2-Room Frame, 709 South Wyo- Crystal ..................... 18 oo ming, rear.................. xo oo 4-Room Modern Flat, South .i-Room Brick, 116/ West Gran- Montana .. ........... 25 oo ite ..................... 15 oo 4-Room Modern Flat, 717 South Room Brick, Divion.. oo Main ..................... 21 oo 3 Brick, Division..... 5 4-Room Brick, 318 West Plat 3-Roomn Modern Brick Flat, inum ...................... at 5o South Main street.......... 20 oo 5-Room Frame, South Ohio... s8 oo 3-Room Frame, 24 South Arn- 6-Room Frame, North Crystal.. 25 oo zona ...................... 1o oo 6-Room Frame, Quartz and 9-Room Frame, McQueen Add.. tos 5 Thornton .................. at so THE THOMPSON SO. oRoi'l .Loon:. WIn,'"a.n . 19 West B."dadway, ut, Montana OCEAN STEAMERS Clark's Crisis for I.1 By specially Chartered Twin Screw Steamers "Kaiserin," North German Lloyd Ixpress Steamer and "Celtic," White Star Line, largest Steamer afloat. Cheapest and most attractive trips ever offired. West Indies Jan. 14th; Martinique, Bar badoes, Jamaica, Cuba, Nassau, etc.; at days, $150o up. Mediterranean and the Orient Jan. ag; Feb. 7; Madeira, Athens, Constantinople, Palestine, Egypt, Rome, etc; $400 up. Norway, Russia, July ad, 42 days, $Sa7 and up; first-class, including shore excursions, hotels, guides, drives, etc. Programs free-nmention trip. F. C. CLARK, I t Broadway, N. Y. LITTLE BITS BY TELEQRAPH Tiny Items of News of the World Boiled Down for Busy RcadJrs. [aY ASSOCIATED I'R 55b.] London, Sept. as.-Andrew Carnegie has gone to Balmoral to visit the king. Lord Rosebery and Spencer are at Bal moral. DeWitte Will Denounce Treaty. Vienna, Sept. a5.-The Neue Freie I'resse asserts that M. De'\ itte, Russian ,minister of finance, Intends to denounce the Russo-German commercial treaty. Rains Destroy Argentine Crops. Bluenos Ayres, Sept. a5.-An official dis patch issued by the minister of agricul ture, says the recent rains in the Argen tine republic have destroyed the crops. Respects to a Dead One. New York, Sept. as.--At a meeting here of the American Copyright association resolutions of respect to the memory of the late author, Edward Eggleston, were adopted. "Bud Brier" Is Dead. New York, Sept. 25.---W. M. Hlopkins, a member of the G(;lobe staff. and known under the pen name of "Bud Brier," is dead from pneumonia. ilia home was at Zanesville, Ohio. Whooping Cough Contagious. New York, Sept. a5.-At the meeting of the board of health in this city the sec tion of the sanitary code relating to con tagious diseases has been amended to in clude whooping cough. Big Fire at Tacoma. Tacoma, Sept. as25.-At . :3o o'clock this morning fire broke out in the Wheeler, Osgood & Co.'s immense sash and door plant and the entire works were destroyc.I. T'he loss will Ice very heavy. Papal Delegates to Washington. Rome, Sept. 25.-The Vatican has in struicted Monsignor l)iomcde Valcorner. the recently appointed papal delegate in the United States, to proceed at once to Washington. To Lie Beside His Son. Brussels, Sept. 25.-T''he will of Marie llenriette, queen of the Belgians. was opened yesterday: it directs that she he buried beside her son and that there shall be no public lying in state. Colombian Navy Reappears. Lotldoln, Selrt. 25.--'he correspondent of the Daily Mail at \Villemstad, Island of Curacao, reports the reappearance there of the steamer Libertador, formerly the Ban Righ, flying the Colombian flag. New Marine Machinery. I.ocnlon, Sept. 25.--A patent has been 'ecuredl covering a novel engine for ima.rine propulsion, which lohn 1\ills, the inventor, asserts will rtdlIce the cross ing of the Atlantic to at least three days' jiurney. American Marines in Panama. I'anama, Sept. !5.--'lhree companies of United States marines from the auxiliary cruiser Panther, who arrived here Mon d:iy are comfortablly quartered in the sta. tin and wharves of the P'anama Railroad complany. Boles Accepts Nomination. W\aterloo, Ia., Sept. 25.--Former Gov erncir Ilorace lioies yesterday made public his letter accepting the democratic con gr'ssional nomination in the Third dis trict now represented by Speaker Hiender Jumps Into the Sea. Port Townsend, Wash., Sept. 25.-A. C. Mcl;illis, a passeniger fromc Sagway, on thli steamcer Topeka, arriving this morn icc, committed suicide Iy j umping from the vessel at 7:30 this mnorning, while crssing the Gulf of (;Georgia. California Students Riotous. lihrkiley, Cal., Sett. 25.-Students of thlt I;niversity of California indtulged in ritotus diversions last night and ais a re sulh. onue of their nuiimbier, Vinfield Reed of Sacita liarbara, Cal., is in jail with a charge of felony confronting him. Father McKinnon Dies in Manila. li".lila, Sept. 25,---Father McKinnon, chlalaini of the First California volun tc, rs, died here yesterday of dysentery aind dchility. A military funeral will he held in thle cathedral of Manila and the remains will bie sent to his homne in California. To Perfect Postal System. L.ondon, Sept. 25.-Austin Chamberlain of tile British postal department has asked Sigior Piscilli, inventor of the electric manl:il carrier, to visit England. He will be illvited to explain hIis system for tne beselit of the postal authorities. An Overcoat Showing Today CONNELL'S name suggests first of all, the best outfits for men. Our clothes are "made to fit." Our shoes (Hanan's) and our unshrinkable sanitary under wear are in keeping with our superb clothing and shoes. But today we wan't to say a few words, especially about out Magnificent evercoats All overcoats may look alike to some, but if you look closely and make com parison you will find the Stein-Bloch and Hart, Schaff & Marx overcoats su perior in many ways. The cut, shape, sewing, material, lining-all must be carefully considered. You don't buy an Overcoat Every Day And when you do, buy a good one-buy one that pleases you. We have over I,Soo from which to select. Prices start at $1a.so. WE BRAGG and justly brag of our beautiful overcoats at $18.5o. laand iloned This overcoat is made of a heavy j rough-finished cloth -black and blue price $15.00 NO TAII.OR can beat our stylish $25.oo overcoats-but whether you buy one fromn us for $o.oo or $3o.oo, there is one thing certain, you'll get your money's worth. Men's Unshrinkable 2oo CASES (abuot 5,ooo dozen) of men's fine wool underwear, the very choicest goods that are manufactured. We have Cartwright and Warner's En glish underwear, Bleeker's German underwear and the very best produced in % America. Our "Unshrinkable Sanitary" underwear at $3.50 a suit can t be beat here or anywhere. Today we place on sale t oo DOZEN gray and brown ribbed underwear-a few sizes sold out-at 75c; regular price $t.23. M. J. CONNELL COMPANY "XXXxXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXxxx COURT OF KING'S BENCH AFTER W. H. REDMOND He Must Appear in Court or Serve Six Months in Dublin Jail Without Trial. [(a ASSOcIATrE PIF.SS.) Dublin, Sept. 25.-The court of king's bench has ordered W. H. Redmond, M. P., who was summoned to appear before it as a result of his recent incendiary speech at Wexford, to give bail in $5,000 for his future good behavior. As Mr. Redmond did not appear the court ordered that a warrant be issued a fortnight hence, unless ban is furnished for his appearance. The court ordered that in default of bail Mr. Redmond would be imprisoned for six months. Special Rates via "The Milwaukee Road," Washington and Return. G. A. R. Encampment...... ......$23 90 (Through Car Service.) Detroit and return................ 1 75 Cleveland and return............. a1 5o Buffalo and return................ a3 50o Pittsburg and return ............ 22 00 Cincinnati & Louisville............ 9 5o Similar rates to nearly all points In Ohio, Indiana, Western Pennsylvania and Western New York. Dates of sale. October 2, 3, 4, 5. Re turn limit, November 3. For full particulars regarding rates, ac. commodations, etc., write to W. B. DIXON, Northwestern Passenger Agent, St. Paul. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Richard Morrison, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed, administrator of the estate of Richard Morrison, 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 August 4, 1902, to the said administrator at No. 9 East Granite street. Butte, Montana, the came being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate, in the County of Silver Bow, State of Montana. J. P. COLLINS, Administrator of the estate of Richard Morrison, deceased. Dated Butte, Montana, this 8th day of September, I9o2. 8peclal Excursion Train Leaves M&stana Union depot at $:,o c. m., Sunday, for . iestone Springs, Whitehall, Twin Bridges and Alder, oe turning leaves Alder at 6 :oo p, n. Rated as follows: J:.tte to Pipestono and return...... s.ee Butts to Whitehall and return....... s.*S Butte to Twin Brid;,es and return... s.se !lutte to Alder and return.......... a.oa Gaturday and Sunday Excursions. Basin and return ....... .........s go Boulder and return .............. a to Alhambra and return .............. 8 3o Good joing Saturday and Sunday, re turning Monday. Basin and return .....-............. o Boulder and return ............... s oo Good going and returnins Sundays only. Ticket office, 41 North Main street and utte., Mont.. May . saos. Cheap Rates to California. SEPTEMBER 30; OCTOI3ER I AND 2. For the meeting of National Wholesale Druggists at Monterey, California, the Northern Pacific railway will sell round trip tickets as follows: Butte to San Francisco, going and returning via Portland ......... $55 00 Butte to San Francisco, going via Portland, returning via Ogden... 68 50o Butte to Los Angeles, going and re turning via Portland........... 67 90 Butte to Los Angeles, going via Portland and returning via Ogden 8r 40 For information regarding stopover, sleeping car space, etc., call on or address W. H. MERRIMAN, G. A., N. P. Ry., corner Park and Main streets, Butte. $56.40 Washington, D. C., and Fleturn, Account G. A. R. Encampment. Via the Burlington Route to Washing ton, D. C. and return, $56.40. Sale of tickets September 30 and Oc tober z, with final return limit Novem ber 3o. Three routes East: Via St. Paul, Bill ings or Denver. For further information call or address ticket office, 35 East Broadway. H. F. RUGER, Agent. Cheap Rates East. For G. A. R. Encampment at Washing ton, D. C., the Northern Pacific Railway will, on September 30 and October i, sell round trip tickets at rate of $56.4o. For stopover, limits, etc., call on or write, W. H. MERRIMAN, Gen'l Agt., N. P. Ry., Cor. Park and Main Streets, Butte. Four nights and Saturday matinee, com mencing Wednesday, September 24th. The Broadway Btte's Lead. ly g Theater. Phone 25. DICK P. SUTTON, Man'gr The Tivoli Opera Company and Perris Hartman Wednesday and Thursday nights and Saturday matinee, The Toy Maker; Fri day night, The Serenade; Saturday night, The Idol's Eye. Prices-Evening, 25c, 5oc, 75: and $r.oo; matinee, a5 and 5o cents. Seats now on sale. Three7 Nht Sun., Sept. 28 Mr. Henry W. Savage Presents for the First Time Here KING DODO (Raymond Hitchcock.) the Latest Comedy Opera oy Pixley & Luders. Di rect from Daly's Theater, New York. Same cast and Company of 75 people, in cluding an Augmented Orchestra. Prices--$x.So, $1.oo, 75e, 5oc, asc. Seats now on sale. J. D. M'QIBIOR VETERINMY SURGEON. Honorary graduate of the Ontario Veter Inary college, Toronto, Canada. Treats all diseases of domesticated animals aeccordinft to scientific principles. Offce at Marlow's stables, o4 South Main street, Telephone sOa. All cases promptly attended to.