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LUTEY'S SATURDAY BARGAINS OPEN UNTIL to O'CLOCK TONIGHT. Choice California Apricots Regular price 15c, special today, 10, pound ........................ ... Finest Cranberries 0 Large, ripe Cape Cod, quart......... Fancy Concord Grapes 85c Basket ..................... . .. Black irapes Sweet and juicy, overflowing baskets, each...... 36C Sweet Potatoes e.enuin. jerseys, fancy bakers, 7 pound. .....C. 2c Choicest Celery nder stalk . Lemons Thin skinned, luc Lemo juicy, dozen ........10 Fancy Ripe Tomatoes 30 6-poundbaskt ................ Dry Onions Thoroughly cured i winter stock, Ib.... I Cantaloupes Gonipo, ,, c ....c CANDY SPECIALS Chocolate Drops Lemnon drops, drops, regular soc, special, lb........ arshhmallows \You usually pay ashl i ows. ~from 4oc to Sc IIb. for these, special today, lb... U30 STEAM BAKERY Ginger Squares, each ............... Sc Silver Squares, each ...............soc Wine Cake, each............ ........ t Jelly Rolls, each ................... oc Nut Cakes, each .................25C FRESH MEATS At our market, rear of cheese department. We .ever s.,crifice quality to quote you a low price. Spring I.amb. hind quarter......... 8oc Fore quart......r ........... ... 500 I.eg of veal, any part, II........... 15 \'eal stew, lb.. ......... .. ... oc P'rime rib roast beef, lb ............ 12c ]'ot roait beef, lb......... ........ 8c Finest assortment of Chickens, Ducks and Geese. Our Fresh Roasted Coffees Ilave no equal-try them. Our "Finest" Coffee has no satisfactory sub stitute. to pouilds, $3.75; pound..... BROTHMR5 GOOD GROCERIES CHEAP 45 and 47 W. Park. Phone 68 Hight & Fairfield Company Manufacturing Opticians. Eupllcate any broken lens and fill tl Frercriptions glveh by other lcticians. All orders filled same day as receive4. Graduate optician of large ex ferlcnce in ,harge. Examinations FISHING 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 .ll 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 WALKER'S 12 W.Park St. Anderson County and Blackthorn Whiskey. Honest quart ........ 90 eents WAH J. LAMB'S Celebrated Herb San.i tarlum. Guarantees to cure all diseases by means of famous Chl nese medicines, never before introduced into this country, which have cured thousands, and can cure you. Advice free. No. 9 West Galena street, Butte, Montana. JAMES TACHELL WILL MAKE GOOD CORONER JAMES TACHELL, Repjublican Nominee for County Coroner. James Tachell, the republican candidate for coroner, was born at Plymouth, En gland, hat came to this country with his parents when but two years of age. lie was raised in Wisconsin and engaged in ousiness for to years at Calumet, Michi gan. He came to Butte six years ago and opened an undertaking establishment, which he has successfully conducted. He is a man of family, having been CRIMINAL RECORDS OF BUTTE MEN WANTED In a letter received by Chief of Poliec Reynolds this morning Chief of Police EDWARD WILLIA IS. Troyer of Duluth, Minn., makes a request for the Butte criminal records of William Ellis and Edward Williams, who were ar rested in Duluth. September z8, for hold ing up two saloonkeepers. The letter says that the twain secured $84 each in the first saloon they held up and shot an in nocent habitue, as one of them expressed it when leaving, "just for luck." At the next saloon where they tried to repeat the trick of early in the evening they were ar rested and jailed. Their trial comes on MUST ANSWER TO THE UNITED STATES (Continued From Page One.) all of which was knowingly, willfully and unlawfully done by said A. W. Brouse, P. A. O'Farrell, R. A. Pelky, T. O. McGill and John Doe Wilmarth, contrary to the form of the statute in such case made and provided, and against the peace and dig nity of the United States of America." Give Bonds. One bond for the five men under arrest was made out for the sum of $1,25o which was signed by MacGinniss and A. P. Heinze, who is the brother of F. Augustus. Both of these men are associated with Heinze the First in the Montana Ore Pur chasing company. A. W. Brouse is the publisher of the Reveille whose name ap pears at the head of the paper's editorial page. He is proprietor of the printshop on Wes Broadway. P. A. O'Farrell is Heinze's laureate and general manager of the pirate campaign organ. R. A. Pelky is an em ploye of the Brouse printshop. McG1;I and Wilmarth are cartoonists who were imported by Heinze for the purpose of misapplying their abilities in the fashion that is responsible for the present trouble. These men will have their hearing be fore Commissioner Naughton next Wednes day, and if the evidence against them Is found sufficient they will be bound over to the federal court. It is believed that In spector Beatty has a strong case against the men charged. It iA a dangerous thing to trifle with Uncle Sam's postal regula tions, expressly in regard to the character of stuff that is sent through the mails. FUNERAL NOTICES. MAHAN.-Frank Mahan, aged 48 years, died last evening. Remains at the mor tuary chapel of Sherman & Reed's, corner of Broadway and Arizona streets. The remains of John Grigg will be shipped from Duggan's tonight at Is o'clock to his home in Philadelphiak married to Miss Jennie Thomas, a music teacher, 15 years ago. Three children have blessed the union, all of whom are atLending school. Except for seven years, during which he worked in the Calumet & Ilecla mines, he has always been engaged in the fur niture and undertaking business. Mr. Tachell is most poipular wherever he is known and will make a model cor oncr. in November and the Duluth police are anxious to obtain all the evidence possible against them as they believe that they are old hands at the business. Ellis gives his residence as Butte, where he says he worked as a miner. The pic ture of Ellis which was sent is recognized by the local officers who feel sure liat he vas frequently arrested here. HIls record will he thoroughly investigated antd sent to Duluth. Williams is not known here 4i WILLIAM ELLIS. but it is thought he must have worked with Ellis wherever they carried on their criminal operations. AMUSEMENTS. "Hunting for Hawkins." "IHunting for Hlawkins" opened a two nights' engagement in the Broadway last night, and although the audience was not a large one, what it lacked in numbers it made up in enthusiasm. It would seem that the surfeit of comic operas that have been holding the local hoards for the past few weeks, in fact, since the season opened, has tired the theater-going public a little, and even a farce-comedy cannot draw a house unless indeed it be presented by an all-star cast. "Hullnting for Hawkins" is an entertain ing little farce in three acts, and the many ludicrous mishaps of Hawkins, who kindly volunteers to help his artist friend in the attainment of mnatrimonial happiness, keeps the house in a continuous uproar. While the play can hardly be said to be up to the standard of the modern farce-comedy, it affords an evening's amusement, and inso far as it creates an occasional laugh it fills its purposes. There is plenty of action and the various situations are interesting. Herbert J. Corthel, who appears in the role of Matthew Hawkins, is by far the best in the cast, and his clever work gains for him much merited applause. John E. Cain as Owen Touchmnan, the man who could always use a five, has a good part, but is on the scene too frequently. His monologue, which is introduced as a specialty during the evening, presents some witticisms and jokes that have not grown too old and please the audience. Eugene Topping, as Dick Singleton, the ambitious young artist, and Blanche Newcombe in the role of Bertha Ashley, his sweetheart, make what there is of their respective parts. Minor roles are filled by M. L. Heckert, Seth C. Halsey, H. S. Caleb, Robert Rid. dell, S. L. Herbert, Minnie Carroll, Kate Griffiths, Bertie Conway and Bertha Gray, The performance of "Hunting for Haw kins" will be repeated tonight. The Royal Neighbors of America will give a prize whist party and dance at Scaan dia hall, No. 537 South Main street, Mon day evening, October so. Admission, a5 cents. CATHOLIC FAIR IS A GREAT SUCCESS MONDAY NIGHT WILL SEE THE CLOSE OF THE MOST SUCCESS FUL FAIR EVER HELD HERE. EVERYONE WANTS THAT BIG SLUG OF OLD GOLD Many of the Wealthy Citizens of Butte Have Repeatedly Offered Large Sums for the Slug That Mr. McCormick Gave to the Slsters and They Are Purchasing a Lot of Chances. It will be a record breaking night at the Catholic bazaar this evening and the crowds are expected to surpass all pre vious marks of attendance. Somlle of the tilost important of the contests will be decided and the winners announced. Tonight will mark the close of the fair, which has been running for the past to days. The sales and drawings will cease practically but the grand climax will not cime until next Monday night when the fair will be formally ushered out of ex istence with three grand halls to be held at libhernia hall, Miners Union hall and Colultilbi hall. As the time grows near for the final voting in the coltests the interest and excitcient increases and tonight will mark a struggle for the prizes which will call Upon all of the friends of the contestants to strain their Ipocketlooks to the ut most. 'The race for the girls' scholarship and the boys' race for the Shetland pony continue to be the principal races, al tlhough there is a strong rivalry among the men for the big slug of gold to lie guessed for under the rules prescribed by Colonel Mc('urniick. Many of the wealthy Imen of the city who have repeatedly offered large sutms for the gold slug are in the contest and are spending conslid erable money in bIuying guesses with the hope that they will be inore successful in that than inl their efforts at purchas ing the much sought for slug. h)an Tewey is one of those who offered a big sum for the slug and just now is taking more interest in the winlning guess than in his seinatorial race. ii hbrads a list of wealthy umen who0 arc' determinedl to secure possessioll of the valued primz if it is possible to guess or buy it for their collections. It was chihlrcen's day this afternoon at tlih fair and the big hall was crowded ith the little inmes, who enjoyed them bselves. imme.nselly. "Ihere were inore fortulate winnelllrs an noutlced last night amonlg woil were(' Ihe fIllwing: Miss Katie 1arl, g hl watch; Frank Biurke, chocotlate set; Miss Ma;ry (rein, pink idoll ; Miss Florence ILed wedge, dull and chair; Fatther 1)eSiere, .tcinl; Misi Nellie Moran, pillow; Michaet glar; "parlor lamp; Miss 1.ankin, bronza ltatnu; Nellie Ilogan, bracelet. li the scholarship edatest Mrs. \V. ,\V. 1)i on has dolinateld i soul.golld watchl io fr awarded to the g(rl remaing secollct ill the votlig. Mrs. (aireis \W. Clark bought the hdoll and luggy which was the center of at tractiln atl the doll hooth, Tonight Mrs. ]iFrak HIoocher and Mrs. Joe '1. Carter will :) lilll l ff a n pgniber-of dtllls at the dIll lii ti,. At the 0. C.. H. A. booth Mrs. (roniln and Mrs. I, lich will coiitest for a gild watch., Miss. )aiwson andl Miss ('olney will contest for a set of dishes at the saie Ibooth. ABOUT BUTTE. Jlln 1(. Toole is in town today. Orton Bros.-Pianos and organs. " If you bought it at Sherman's it's gond. , Steam carpet cleaning. Tel. 668 M. Try Shaw's Pancake flour. * House moving and raising. TOl. 7zyB. a Frank Conway and wife of Dillon are in the city. G. E. Merrill, vocal teacher, 308 Gold burg block. * J. G. Bates, tuner, Montana Music Co., srg N. Main street. TeL 504. " \V. \V. Welch, state superintendent of public instruction, is over from Helena. lYr. Arthur G. Allen has removed his offices to oa and ro3 Pennsylvania blk. * Main springs, $z.oo: watches cleaned. $s.So; warranted. Mayer, 61 West Park J. \V. Miller of Meaderville denies that he is a candidate for justice of the peace for that township. James, the 2-year-old ron of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lyons, passed away at Mis soula last Wedensday from an attack of paralysis. Mrs. McFarland, one of the most popu lar vocalists in the city, has been engaged to sing in the First Baptist church and to lead the choir. Dr. E. E. German after an absence of three months has returned to the city and taken charge of his dental parlors at 114% North Main street. Ida Moore, colored, charged with ap propriating $40 from James Allen the other night was fined $50 by Judge Boyle yesterday afternoon. The funeral of Mrs. Alice Edwards will take place tomorrow at 2 p. in. from the residence, No. 1007 East Galena street. Services will be held at the Presbyterian church. William, the a years and 1i months' old son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Noon, died yes terday. The funeral will take place tomor row afternoon at 2 o'clock from No. 463 Mercury street. I)cmocrats will hold their first meeting in Butte Monday evening next in the Auditorium. lion. Martin MacGinniss and Judge W. Y. Pemberton, assisted by the Boston and Montana band, will entertain. Mrs. Mary, wife of Thomas F. Whitty, died Wednesday evening. The funeral took place from her late residence, No. 318 West Porphyry street, this morning at g o'clock. Mass was celebrated at St. Patrick's church. Alderman P. H. Manchester of this city has been honored by the commander of the Grand Army of the Republic. He has been appointed by Commander Stew art as one of the national commander's court of adminlnstration. In the divorce suit of Matilda Cote against George Cots for desertion, the de S...BOOTH'S ... SIX TO TEN TONIGHT Fresh Fruit Fresh Vegetables Fancy Red Plums, Crisp and tender Celery, per basket ................ 15 large bunch ............. . 5c Fancy Blue Plums, Jersey Sweet Potatoes, per basket ...... .... , . OC seven pounds for ......... 25 Extra fancy eating Apples, Choicest Rutabagas, per box ...... ........... TSC to pounds for .......... 10C Extra fancy eating Apples, Green Onolns, to pounds for ............25C large bunch ..... .......... IC Cape Cod's finest Cranberries, ireen l.ettuce or Radishes, per quart ...... ......... C large bunch .................. IC Home Made Pies Home-made Peach, Plum, Cranberry, HApple or Mince Piea, Six to Ten 5c O'Clock Tonight . . . . Family Liquors Family Wines Golden Sceptre 8-year-old California Claret Wine, 5-year Whisky. Full quart bottle. $1.00 old. allon ......... .....75C hunter Baltimore Rye .... $125 California Claret ine 6-year Whiaky. IBottle........ $.25. old. Gallon ............$1.00 Cream Rye Whiaky. California Port Wine, 5-year Full quart bottle ........ $1.25 ol. Gallon ............ $1.25 Hlerald Rye Whisky. California Sherry Wine, Full quart bottle ........ $1.25 5-year old. ;allon .. ' .... $1.25 L-_~_I. .~~_.- ___ _--------- arvard Leads for Quality For Size For All Havana Cigar Filler For Flavor "ALWAYS CLEAN PATENT SMOKING PIP[" The only pipe maniifactured that can be clbaneld instantly while smoking. No sa- Paetented b liva cant reach the tobacco; bowl always RDOMINGO RERRERA dry, you can smolke every graill of tobacco, IButte, . Mont. no waste. No poisonolls nicotine can reach :ie Inritlllh or seep throuIgh the wood; no oldhi pipe odor. ly turnllilg mot)th piece hal;If aronlllllld, a blow does tile work. Madue II * cfl gelillmle lrctiilh briar, with German sil ver tFtling. $ Ton by mail; if nSt satis ]' ur at l e ol ly b y FRED L. ORTON, - 219 N. Main St., Butte, Mont. Fresh Shipment Iluyler's Chocolates And Bon-Bons Just In We are rapidly taking the lead in Pure Frcbh Candies. That's why we got the agency for Huyler's Chocolates and Blon bons. ehicago Creams, Pound 75e Half Pounds ............40c Pine Mixed, Huyler's Best, or all ehocolate Creams, Pounds .....$1.00 Half Pounds........... 50c Today Is our big candy day. Children's and everybody's day. Saturday we fill our east window with some bar gains in candy. We generally sell several hundred pounds of it--either because it looks good or because It is cheaper than elsewhere-anyway it all goes. Send mall orders to PAXSON & ROCKEFELLER Red Cross Drug Store 24 West Park. Telephone 74. fendant failed to make an appearance, and after hearing proofs in open court, Judge Clancy granted the divorce as prayed for in the complaint. The decree was or dered this morning on" motion of Kirk & Clinton, attorney for Mrs. Cote. Today Father P. A. Quesnel received from Chicago a beautiful set of stations, which are donated to St. Joseph's church by a lady of the parish. The stations are of oil print and are very valuable. The set came too late to be blessed tomorrow. They will be blessed Sunday, October 27, at the evening services, according to the rites of the Catholic church. Argosy, Wide World, Smart Set, Pearsons, Ainslees, New Magazines today at the P. O. News Stand. All kinds of reading for Sunday, 57 W. Park street. Will you buy a home valued at $S,ooo for $6.90 per month. No first payment, No rent or interest. Call or enclose ac post age for full information to Office 21, Ows ley block, Butte, Mont. The Broadway Blg Theaterd. Phone a2. DICK P. SUITON, Man'gr Tuesday and Wednesday, October as and 22. Special matinee Wednesday. The latest "state-named" comedy drama "PENNSYLVANIA" A Heart Story of the Wyoming Valley by C. S. Callahan and Dan L.. Ilar, Exclusaively special scenery, the vivid burning clt in, the shaft of the coal imine, real elevator, coal cars and miners at work, the awful explosion and cave-in the thrilling strike scene, the famous aingle quartet. A play with natural char. acters, witty dialogue, intense climaxes, funny situations and select company. Prices: 25c, 5oc, 75c and i$1.oo. Matinee, aSc and Soc. Sunday and Oct. 19A20 * Monday The musical event of the season, averly's Mastodon aver Minstrels..... Direct from their successful run at the Metropolis Theater, New York City. With George Wilson And % a too other white celebrities, ;; a too. Containing more mirth, music and melody than any so-called musical extrava. ganza ever written. Prices--a, So, 75c and $r.oo. Seats on sale Friday. GR AND rButte's Fnest Hlowe & Marks, managers. 'Phone 356. Special engagement of four nights com mcnciting Sunday October iq Of the greatest of American Tramp Plays, A FOXY TRAMP Fun, Pathos and Music Prices, 25e, 5oc, 75c. Putting Up More Wires. [SI.ECIAL TO INTP. MOUNTAIN.] Billings, Oct. z8.--The Northern Pacific is increasing its telegraph facilities 'on the Yellowstone division. The force of line. men which has been stringing new copper between here and Glendive arrived in Bil lings yesterday afternoon. SUPPLIES Typewriter Supplies, Ribbons and Carbon s. Office Supplies of all Descriptions, Mimeo, graph Goods, Poot Balls, Suits and Athletle Goods. Pine Stationery, News and Magazines until 8 O'clock EVANS' BOOK STORE 114 N. MAIN ST.