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I.eta.a's ,argst rs.ry, Sept 5
LUTEY'S Special Bargains at the Big Store of Little Prices. FOR FRIDAY. Cove Oysters :.o.gl , finest pack, special, can............ l Lake o Smoked In Lae Ciscoes Tomato Sauce.l Regular a34e, special price....... io Regular Imported Sardines Regua Spec al, can .................... 8/. , Salt Mackerel 'ne, f': 10c Sugar Corn woExt standard, can, our price, can ................ Solid Pack Tomatoes For table use, large cans, dO Regular iszc, special, can.........UO Eagle Blueberries Ca, ... Ic Asparagus Tipns . Io...1. c Richelieu Beets and er, and tender, finer than fresh ones. Regular aoe, special, can... 1C fancy Smooth Montana Potatoes They are a snap. 17R soo pounds ........ ............. STEAM BAKERY White Fruit Cake g::enou cakegenerous 10 cakes, each ...................... Jelly Rolls Rc1 it ....,.20c FRESH ROASTED COFFEES Perfectly Blended Our medium grades of fresh roasted Coffee have a delicious, smooth flavor many coffee drinkers enjoy. They are the best values in Coffee on this market, worth at least one-third more than you usually get for the same money. Our "Special Coffee," O0 pound .................. ........ Our "Leader" Coffee, 26c extra strong, lb ........ ......... Our "Cream" Coffee, a mouthful of flavor in every sip, pound .............................. GOOD GROCERIES CHEAP 45 and 47 W. Park. Phone 68 Hight & Fairfield Company Manufacturing Opticians. Duplicate any broken lens and fill ill prescriptions given by other gFrecians. All orders filed same day as receive4. Graduate optician of large ex porlence in sharge. Examinations free. FISHING TACKLE SPORTING GOODS .....Best Quality at Low Prices.,,.. You Can Buy of Us The same lines as other dealers sell At Exactly 25%j Cheaper Try us. We guarafttee 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 I R, HUIE POSIC thirteenth doctor of China from grand. father down. Born and schooled in the profession. Treats all diseases, naking a specialty of chronic troubles, :onsult ma. 227 South Main St. Boston Cafe 107 S. Main Now open as a first-class restaurant. Mebls 15c and Up Private rooms for ladies. $56.40 Great Northern Exoursion to Washington, D. C., G. A. R. Encampment. The Great Northern Railway Company will *soi round trip tickets to Washington, D. C. and return on September 30 and Oc tober r, for $56.40. For information re sarding stop-overs and limit call at Great Northern Ticket Office, *r North Maai street. "JEW JESS" LESTER HAS C000 FRIENDS TESTIMONY TO SHOW THAT $100 WAS OFFERED TO WILLIAMS TO LEAVE THE CITY. JUDGE BOYLE TAKES HAND IN .VIDENCE Did Not Prosecute Lester Woman When She Was First Accused Because She Is Only One of Many Thieves in the Red-Light District and He Feared to Do Her an Injustice. "So you can't read nor write?" said Attorney Donlon to G. A. Williams, the chief witness against Jessie Lester, better known as "Jew Jess," in police court this morning. "Well, that is an unfortunate condition for such a nice young man as you are, to be in." This little pleasantry on the part of Donlon came up when he asked Williams if he knew anything about an affidavit which he, Williams, was supposed to have sworn to in regard to the Lester affair. Williams denied all knowledge of the affi davit, whereupon "Foxy" McGillic pro duced the document. When shown to Williams he admitted having signed it, although he had just previously denied any knowledge of its existence. But he said that he did not know its contents at the time of signing. Promised to Return Money. Williams claimed Vbat he put his name to the affidavit on the promise that the money which "Jew Jess" is said to have touched him for would be returned to him. In the document he agreed not to prose cuts the Lester woman any further unless co inpelled to under duress of law. In telling the story of the affidavit Williams said that after he had signed it the fact dawned upon him that he had better learn its contents, and being unable to read himself he went over to the Palace saloon, where the bartender interpreted it for him. Judge Boyle testified that the matter had been presented to him in the presence of Chief Reynolds. Williams stated that Boyle had said that one story was about as good as the other, after hearing both sides of the matter from Williams and the Lester woman. It is further said that he told Williams that he had no case against the woman. Williams testified that Boyle asked him if he would call the matter square if the money were returned, and Williams agreed to this. Then Boyle asked if he would be willing to pay the court costs. Boyle said they would amount to $6.5o, and Williams also agreed to this. Judge Boyle was asked to explain why he had not prosecuted the Lester woman when the matter was presented to him and he explained that there was a lot of miscellaneous thieving on "the row" and since it was said that Williams had been in some of the other joins, it would not be improbable that he had been touched there. So giving Jess the benefit of the doubt he agreed to dismiss the matter if she would restore the money. Jess said that she knew who had the money and that there was honor among the 'demi-monde" so she was sure the money would be forthcoming. And it was. Offered Money to Leave Town. Judge McClernan here interrupted and asked how there could be any costs if Williams had no case. This is one of the questions that remained unanswered. But the truth is that when the $go were returned to Williams it was minus $6.50 for court costs. It was further testified by Williams that friends of the Lester woman of fered him $moo to leave town so that he could not appear against her. During the examination of Williams, Jessie was very much interested and she showed her contempt for the "shorn lamb" by making faces at his accusations. Several times she incurred the displeasure of her at torney, Mr. Donlon, by taking exceptions to the questions that he asked. The case was continued and will come up late this afternoon. Attorney Lynch is prose cuting the case for the state. MADISON COUNTY WILL GO SAFELY ALBRIGHT OF VIRGINIA CITY SAYS REPUBLICAN MAJORITY IS NOW ASSURED. "Of course I am going to be elected," said Jake Albright of Virginia City, the re publican nominee for state senator of Madison county, at the Thornton today. "The Heinze interests in Madison county are being looked after by Ben Fine," con tinued Mr. Albright, "and we could ask nothing better. It is hardly likely that there will be three tickets in the field in our county and the fight will be between the republicans and democrats. The HI-einze influences over our way is hardly worth mentioning. 'The man of destiny has no following with us. Ben Fine is his only exponent and-well Ben is out of the game." Mr. Albright had many nice things to say about the democratic ticket and his op ponent, Mr. Stewart, but still insisted that the republicans would be generally success ful in old Madison. "When normal conditions prevail," said Mr. Albright, "Madison county has a re publican majority, and I believe that the republicans are united this year as they have never been before." Mr. Albright is a merchant in Virginia City and is admitted by everyone to be one of the most popular men in Madison coun ty. He has lived there for i8 years and is beyond question booked for a comfortable seat in the Montana senate. HEINlE LUNATIC IN THE 8ASTILE FLIGHTY INDIVIDUAL WHO INSISTS IN ESPOUSING THE CAUSE OF FAUGUSTUS. KEEPS JAIL AWAKE WITH HIS RHETORICAL FLIGHTS Denounces Clark and Denominates the People Miserable Plebians, Whom He, a Moses, Has Come to Lead Out of the Wilderness-Said to Be Carver Dickinson of Great Falls. Few prisoners enjoyed the soothing embrace of Morpheus last night at the county jail because of the incessant howl ing of Carver Dickinson, a victim of delirum tremens, who believed himself F. Aug. Heinze. Dickinson came from Bozeman in a box car last night after reveling in the orgies of Heinze and his band of political pirates and his condi tion was so serious that a brakeman was obliged to send for an officer to take charge of the man. There is nothing in his effects to show his identity other than a letter addressed to him to Great Falls, where it is thought he must reside. His wearing apparel is not at all tattered and his language be speaks the fact that he is an individual of some education. Dickinson is as anarchistic in his ut terances as Emma Goldman and his pe culiar scrubby beard and pallid coun tenance give him a strong Svengali ef fect when he soars into rhetorical flights of oratory. They Lost Their Rest. After he had spent the night tearing the cause of Senator Clark into shreds and denouncing him for what he called his alleged perfidy at the convention, Dickinson retreated to a corner of his cell about 6 o'clock this morning and hugged the bars until about s o'clock, when he suddenly broke loose from his sphinx-like moorings. The role of Heinze as portrayed by this belated slave to a lost cause did not meet with a storm of applause from the inmates of the jail who would have flung worse than cab bage heads at the poor unfortunate if they had them handy. Then again his fiery eloquence was not at all compli mentary to his overalled auditors. "You miserable plebians," he said, his eyes showing that look of assumed wis dom which the spellbinder flashes when he wants his audience to think tlhat he is the only precious gem that sparkles, "as long as you wait upon the favors of the man who is at the head of the alleged democratic party, you will be tied to all that represents villainy. Heed me, your tribune, the Moses who has come to save you from the machinations of those peo ple who are trying to rob you of your independence. Anarchist and Aristocrat. "Listen, my friends, to the scion of an ancient family whose members have wandered yea these many years over the face of the globe." It was the last straw for the prison ers who were compelled to listen to a reincarnation of Heinze, and they im mediately rushed about his cell and scared him into keeping quiet. Dickinson's condition is considered serious as he is suffering from the effects of "kill-me-quick" that would precipitate as much trouble as a nest of 'wildcats, and he also shows the terrible conse. quences of inhaling the intoxicating fumes of Heinze hot air. LEWIS AND CLARK CONVENTION OPENS ATTENDANCE IN HELENA IS UNUSU ALLY LARGE-TEMPORARY ORGANIZATION. [SPECIAL TO INTER MOUNTAIN.] Helena, Sept. aS.-Ilarry Yaeger, treas urer of the republican county central com mittee, this afternoon called the repub lican county convention to order. Max Jacobs was appointed temporary chairman and Louis Israel temporary secretary. Up to a late hour little business had been transacted, the convention awaiting the report of the committee on credentials. The attendance is unusually large and the enthusiasm unbounded. Boy Accidentally Kills Himself. [SPECIAL TO INTER MOUNTAIN.] Columbus, Sept. 25.-Oscar Helde, a 17 year-old boy, accidentally shot himself in the mouth with a 44-caliber Winchester Tuesday, killing hint instantly. His pa rents removed from Saginaw, Mich., to Billings last spring. The body will be buried in Billings. SALE (Specials.) Large box fancy eating apples, $i, 7 pounds a5c; to pounds cooking ap ples, a2c; delicious pears, pound 5c; 3 bunches celery, as5c; fresh eggs, dozen, age; extra creamery butter, 5 pounds $i.a5; a boxes best' Spanish saffron, a5e; Schilling's best baking powder, 35C can, 25c; %a-pound pack age Dunham's cocoanut, ioc; allspice and cloves, %-pound glass, I5c; de licious Spiderleg tea, worth $I pound, going at Soc; California grape vinegar, gallon 4oc; pure apple vinegar, gal lon asc; I bottle French mustard, 5e; ig pounds pure cane sugar, $z. L. E. COOK 331 East Park Street WOMAN DIES II DENTIST'S CHAIR MRS. JAMES VINCENT PASSES AWAY UNDER ANAESTHETIC WHILE HAVING TOOTH PULLED. WEAK HEART SUCCUMBS TO A POWERFUL DRUG Physicians Unwittingly Gave Her An aesthetic Too Strong for Affected Organ to Bear-Husband Is a Miner at the Gagnon-Drs. John McIntyre and E. J. Johnson Were Treating Her. While under the influence of chloro form, administered to her by 1)r. John Mcintyre, Mrs. James Vincent of No. t .3 West Woolman street, died this morn ing at 9:jo o'clock in the dental office of Dr. E. T. Johnson, Room 3, in the OH airy block. Shortly after 9 o'clock Mrs. V'incent left home. She had an engagement with Dr. Johnson at 9:15, who was to do somen dental work on her teeth. On arriving at the office Dr. Johnson made an examina tion of Mrs. Vincent's teeth, and it was finally agreed to extract them all As the operation would necessarily have been exceedingly painful, the dentist sug gestcd that Mrs. Vincent allow a phlysl clan to administer an anaesthetic. Mrs. Vincent consented, and Dr. John Mc Intyre, whose office is also in the ()wscey block, was called in. lie administeren chloroform and in a short time Mrs. Vin cent was wholly under its influence. Gasped and Died. Dr. Johnson then took out 13 teeth and was labout to extract others when botlh the dentist and physician noticed that the pa tlent'6 respiration was not right. Mrs. Vincent wore a high, stilT collar, and thinking this was the cause of the trouble, Dr. Mclntyre was about to unfasten It when Mrs. Vincent gaspdctl and a second later breathed her last. Coroner Johnson was sent for an;d aftcer viewing thb remains ordered them removed to Richards' unlertakilg establishmelt. An inquest will lie held tomorrow eviln ing. Both Dr. Mclntyre and I)r. Jolhnsnt were seen shortly after the patient's death. "I am unable to say what caused Mrs. Vincent's death," sal Id r. Johnson. "I was doing some dental work in her imoulh. She was under the influence of chllro form,"and while in the midst of the oper ation she suddenly died." She Had a Weak Heart. Dr. McIntyre said: "I a1 n satisfied now that Mrs. Vincent had a weak heart. I gave her only an ordinary dose of chloroform, and had her heart been nor mally strong it would not have affected her as it did. I am very sorry, but tt Was one of those things that we never know when to expect." Mrs. Vincent was tie wife of James Vincent, a miner worl. at the (agItnon. When notified of his wit's death, Vinicent was frantic with grief. lie rushed to the Owsley block and demnanlded to know why the doctors had killed his wife. Ile was finally quieted and went away as one in a dream. Mrs. Vincent was 3J years of age and leaves no children. HADSEL'S RECORD SAID TO BE LONG POLICE HAVE INFORMATION TO EF FECT THAT ALLEGED FORGER IS AN OLD VETERAN. TRAVELS UNDER MANY NAMES, IT IS SAID Believed to Be Member of Gang Once Operating Under Leadership of Fa mous Penman Now Dying in Eastern Pen-Breen Will File Charges of Forgery and Prior Conviction. M. N. Hadsel, who is detained in the county jail charged with forging a check for $ioo, has evidently operated in many parts of the country before he cante to Montana. Letters were receis d this morning by County Attorney Itreen from Washllilgton, where Iladsel was arrested for grand larceny, also Utah, Petnn'yl vania and Minnesota. According to the correspondence from these various states, Hadwel has a number of aliases, lie tnas gone under the name of Marcellus N. Nelson, H. V. Van l)amme alnd Stavotj,. Hladsel was brought back to this state about to days ago on a requisition fromt ashinlgton. A short time before he left r the Northwest he is alleged to have secured $4oo on a forged check which tie gave Dr. Kelley, chief surgeon of the Yellek doctors, a local medical firtm. The county attorney is contemplattng filing information charging Hadisel with both forgery and prior conviction. May Be an Old Hand. It is thought by some of the officials in the sheriff's office that iladsel was a member of the gang which was led by W. T. Moore, who is now dying in ant Indiana prison. Moore hitmself was a terror to the banking firms of every city in the country, and at one time passed a bogus draft on J. P. Morgan. lit is estimated that he and his confed erates secured nearly $5o,ooo by theti aidll in forging both checks and drafts. The Fraternal Brotherhood. The rate charged by the Fraternal Broth. erhood is graded according to occupation and age at time of joining the order, and does not increase as a member grows older. Ask some member for a folder, giving rates a.d full explanation of the order, or call aslgets, Roo ms8, over New Postoflice. BO0OTH'S Fresh Vegetables Fresh Fruit W'hite Turnips, special Thin skin juicy Lemons, Per pound ......... .. ... C each .......... .. ......... Pickling Onions, special, Cape Cod Cranherrie s, I' r pound .......... Per quart ........ ..... . I C Radishes, On(ions or Lettuce, Fancy Alberta Peaches, 8 Large bunch . .. ............ . IC A large I x ................. ,peclal Crisp and Appetizing Pickles '"ret Midget Pickles, special, Mixed Sour I'ickles, 5oc Per bottle ... 25C lottle, today ......... ...35C Mixed Sour Pickles, 35c Mangoes, the very choicest, Bottle, today ............... 2 5 Per bottle ........ ....... 25 ...Family Wines... Family Wines Golden Family Wines California Reisluig Wine, Sceptre California Sherry or Port special, per Wine, S ycars gallon ...... $1.25 8-year-old whiskey, old, galon... $1.25 California Zinfandel full quart bottle California Sherry or Port Wine, special Wine, 6 years. per gal .... $1.25 $1.O old, gallon... $1.50 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -- - - - - -_--. - --- - - - - - - - Quality and Flavor, Large Size, Union Make. IHarvard Cigar *XXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXe CLUBBED TO DEATI BY FRENZIED MOB VIOLENCE BREAKS LOOSE AGAIN IN PENNSYLVANIA COAL FILLDS, WHERE TROOPS ARE OUT. [IV AS I IAll i I 1 .1 i IS Scranton, I'i., Sept. -5. Jamnes W enV el was clubbelld to death tollday aI the Grassy Islanld colliery within less than it mile of whlere tlhe Thirteenth regimleit is ill caimpl. Weinzel was foriimerly ecr, tary of the Gras.y Ililta locarll UIionI oit the United Mine o\\'rkers. lie returtirel to work It few .weeks iago alld thlferelly gained the enmity of tilt ofther Iinca, heru. (olonel \Vatrs, rumllnliandlinig the Thir tieth regim en Ii t, sent two com'llulfli s ii, Forest City today. I' verything was fouiid to lie quiet tlhere aIll onlll complllally ref turned to camip at Oliphant. IHlarrisburg, Pa., Sept. -5.-The big blreuaker at Williamstowntlllw was opened yes. terday andl 2tl l wag(f/.tls oif coal were lhanldled. No interferfence was atteimpllted by thle strikers. The brealker at Iykelil will be astart.ed tllmorrow ;tnl riiun out the coal miled tllis week. Iotli hbildings will be stronigly guardedll. liTher are otvr .150 li3men at work ill the ines in tiIhe l.ykens regioii whlich is the lower eiild of Schliylkill coul ity. Lebanonhf, I'a., Sefpt. t5.--Ir:esidelit Sternllberg of the Anltliclan Iroli and Steel coliimpaniy itolay expressed his sat isfaction with the sitluationi at that plant, which is 3now in operatinll. There wasl no shootinig at thel coloredl ironli workers inside the stockaide during thll niight by outsilders, the plresenice of tlihe mlilitary havinfg a qtuielilng ellect. Pianos That Plead Their Own Cause Are sold at Sherman's Piano House. ...... . We carry the largest stock. Our terms of pay ment the most liberal. Pianos tuned by a PIANO TUNER. All work guaranted ........ . We box. move and store Pianos.. . . . . . . . . . . Everything in the Piano line . . . . . . . ....... We carry the celebrated Chase & Baker Piano Player ........... SHERMAN'S Piano House 129 and 131 East Park St We Olive Mobile Tickets Away. WALKER'S 12 W. Park St. Anderson County and Blackthorn Whiskey. Honest quart ........ 90 eents Special Rates via "The Milwaukee Road," Washington and Return. (;. A . I. ecaiiplmeut ............ $23 (Through (ar Srrvlce.) I)Detroit and rtc.lurn .............. 7 751 C'leveland a:idl return ........... .. 01 So lintalo a lnd returlnl ............... 23 ..o I'lltlsburg andl rt rn.............. 22i o Cincintnati & I.ouisville............ io 50 Similar raies to nearly all points in Ohioi, Indiana, 'estr I'i'eniusylv;ania and Western New York. I)ates tf sale, October 1, , 4), 5. Re turn limit, Nwvebuter 3. For full pIarticulaIs regardinti ate's, ac coim nloduations, etc., write to W. I. DIX()N, Northwestern Passenger Agentt, St. Paul. Anxiously Awaiting The Turn In serious Illness there comies a time when the friends anxiously await a turn for better or worse. It is a satisfaction at such times to the physician and to those who know the character of our Prescription Work, to know that the medicine was prepared by us. Early in our Phariiacal career we learned to look upon each individual Prescription as important, and as possibly being the means of saving the life of the person to whom the mnedi cine was to be administered. That habit has made us per fect ourselves in Prescrip tion Compounding. No doubt this fact has had much to do in building up our large Preo scription trade. We invite yours. Send mall orders to PAXSON & ROCKEFEI.,T.RR Red Cross Drug Store 24 West Park. Telephone 74.