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" INTER MOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA DEPARTMENT "
SI- ____ REPUBLICAN TICKET IN DEER LODGQI COUNTY. For members of the legislature H. H. NELL, AI, J. FITZPATRICK, GUS B. ENGLISH, WILLIAM M'EACHRAN, WILLIAM R. ALLEN, ANGUS O. SMIIH. Sheriff ALEX W. BURNETT. Clerk and Recorder IRA C. GNOSE. County Attorney IIIRAM W. RODGERS. Treasurer CHARLES A TUTTLE. Assessor GEORGE W. PETERSON. Coroner- 4 DAVID REESE. Surveyor H.'S. LORD. County Superintendent- MISS IDA MARCHIION. Public Administrator J. S. WISNER. Justices A. SHORT, M. B. HENDRICKS. Constables F. S. BAUM, J. R. BENNETT. DIES SUDDENLY IN ANACONDA SALOON MYSTERY SURROUNDS DEATH OF JOHN NORTH-HE HAD BEEN DRINKING HEAVILY. [sPr.ECiAL TO INTER MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, Oct. 2o.-Considerable mys tery surrounds the death of John North, whose demise occurred rather suddenly at the Crystal saloon early ycsterday morn ing. Friends of the dead man will de miand an autopsy and it is said that the coroner is baffled over the death. North went into the Crystal saloon about 7:.5 and took a cocktail. After that he sat down behind the stove and fell asleep at once. The people In the saloon thought him drunk and did not disturb him on that account. It t o'clock he was groaning and when friends began to min ister to him it was found that his lile was fastly ebbing away. His death was first ascribed to alcohol ism and heart failure. At the inquest last night it was found that the man was badly burned. His body from his hips down was parboiled and the skin was peeling off. North was identified and It is said that he has been a boiler maker. The proprietor of the saloon testified that North had been a man of drinking habits. It is believed that perhaps at the time that North sat down behind the stove his clothes were wet and that as the heat dried them out'he was cooked alive. Be ing under the influence of liquor he was oblivious of the fact. However, these facts remain to be determined. North was a member of the Switch :ien's union. When examined by Doctor Sligh on October 8 he was in good health. North was engaged to be married and the wedding was dated for the near fu utre. It is understood that his betrothed was Rose F. Haworth of Billings, in whose favor lie had his Switchman's union ben €fits made out. Coroner Hughes tele graphed the young woman for burial in vtructions. She answered: 'Have no in Structions for John North." Still a Mystery. Anaconda. Oct. 20o.-The mystery sur rounding the death of John Stevens last week has not been cleared up yet. People are still talking aboutjt. Thomas Garvin, proprietor of the Williams hotel, where the death occurred, said that Stevens had told him some time ago that he had fallen from the window, but no one saw the accident. If this is true, it may have been the cause of his death. DON'T INSULT HER SHE IS MY SISTER Will be sung and illustrated, including the pretty serpentine dances. Jack and the Beanstalk Edison's latest wonderful production, in natural colors, and the ninny other comical moving pictures was such a roaring suc cess and so well pleased were old and young that by special request will repeat the program this evening. The usual ad mission-iSc and ioc-7 to o10 p. m. LEVY'S Pe rless Electric Theater 316 East Park Avenue Anaconda (iLASS WIPERS FREE ; o spectacle wearers. At the sa:ae time a Good chance to get a perfect examination by one of the up-to-date twentieth century electric op..thalmometcrs. No difference how dark it is you get a r.uaraLteed set of glasses at L. F. Verberckmoes, optician and jeweler, No. o07 East Prrk. Durston block, o0000000000000000000000000 o 0 g The Daly Bank and Trust o g Company of Anaconda o o Anaconda, Montana. 0 o General banking in all branches. 0 o Sell exchanges on Nsw York, Chi- 0 cago, St. Paul, Omaha, San Fran- 0 o cisco, etc., and draw direct on the 0 o principal cities of England, France, O 0 Ireland, Germany and the Orient, o 1Iposits of $i.no and upward re- 0 ccived. o Correspondents o 0 National City bank, New York; o First National bank, Chicago; First O o NItional bank, St. Paul; Omaha 0 National ban!e, Omaha; Bank of . 0 California, San Francisco. 0 o John R. Toole, President; M. B. o SGreenwood, Vice President; Louis o V. Bennett, Cashier; 1F. C. Nor- o O Leck, Assistantt Cashier. 0 pooooooo°ooOOOoooooooooo IDENTIFY .MAN KILLEU MONDAY Corpse Found on the Tracks West of Gregsonr Springs Thought to Be That of One Free. man, Employed by Local Contractors. tSPeCIAL TO INTER MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, Oct. so.-The unknown mat, wIao was found dead on the railroad track .one .lle west of Gregson Springs one wcck ago today has been at last identified beyond the possibility of a doubt. His ni.le was Freeman and he had been em Id~yed at the camp of Karlman and Jen inlgs, contractors, now located a few je::i c ast of this city, near the new works. The description of Freeman, who was tast seen at the Jennings camp on the S.tu;day before the finding of the body, c,.responds exactly with that of the man whose boat was found. More than that, the,1 watch which was found on the body of the unknown was last night positively identified by the foreman from the camp as Being the one carried by Freeman when the latter left there. The foreman came to the city last night to look for Freeman, who had $6..o comn ing to him at the time le left. Freeman came to the city Saturday evening and spent that night and Sunday drinking about town. He was known to Henry Benson of the Coeur d'Alene saloon at the corner of Third and Chestnut street, and PEDESTRIANS HAVE A VERY NARROW ESCAPE Trolley Rod Snaps at Corner of Main and Third Streets and Just Misses Boy in Falling. SeII'IAL. TO INTER M514'NTAIN.i Anaconda. Oct. zo.-What came near neing a serious accident happened yester day afternoon by the snapping of the trol icy rod on street. car No. o as it rounded ihe curve at the corner of Main and Third !fleets. The rod and a large part of the car .vas torn off and in falling just missed a snall boy who had jumped from the car. '.he heavy piece, weighing more than zoo pounds, bounded to the sidewalk and struck within a few feet of two pedes riains. After a short time the rod was replaced and Iby standing on top of the ,ar and holling the rdd in place the colnductor was able to reach the barn with his car. TO ADDRESS THE DEMOCRATS Major Maginnis and Con Kelley Sched uled to Speak in Anaconda. fIs'eil..i. Toi INi'T ?MiOI'NTAIN.I Anaconda. Oct. ao.-Major Martin Ma ginnis and Con Kelley will undoubtedly address a large gathering at the Margaret theater Wednesday night on behalf of the democracy. Both speakers have been as sociated with the democratic party for a number of years, and an enthusiastic wel come is being planned for them. Major Maginnis recently returned from abroad. REMAINS OF FRANK MAHAN One of the First Business Men of Ana conda-Funeral Tomorrow. [SPECIAI. TO INTER MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, Oct. 20o.-The remains of Frank Mahan of Butte., who died last Sat urday morning, supposedly from an over dose of morphine, will be buried in the Hill cemetery of Anaconda tomorrow af ternoon. The body will arrive on the 2:15 train and will be taken directly to the Christian church where the services will be held at 3 o'clock. Frank Mahan was one of the first inhabitants of Anaconda and was a brother of Mrs. B. D. Mahan of this city. The body will be interred in the Mahan lot. Lecture on Bunyan. [SPEICIAI. TO INTER MOUNTAIN.1 Anaconda, Oct. 20.-Rev. W. C, Mac Curdy of the Methodist church preached the first of a series of lectures on "John Bunyan and 'Pilgrim's Progress' last night. The subject of the sermon was "John Bunyan and His Pilgrim." A large congregation was present and tollowed Mr. MacCurdy with a great deal of In tcrest. His subject next Sunday night will be "The Slough of Despond." Anaconda Briefs) A. D. T. messenters-prompt. reliable. " C. A. Ralston of Chicago is at the Mon tana. Julius Sultan, a San Francisco travel ing mani, is in town. 1)r. A. Borgin is visiting here for a few days. lie reports everything well at his home in Garnet. W. M. Egan, formerly manager of the Montana, will re-open the Topcl saloon Monday night and serve hot lunches. Mtanager Jack Grim of the Spokane baseball team is in town today trying to arrange for a game of baseball to be played between the Butte and Spokane teams tomorrow on the grounds at Moun tain View Park. P. J. Schmidt, manager of the prescrip tion department of the Smith Drug com pany, returned last night from St. l.ouis, where he has been for the past two weeks visiting at the home of relatives. Preached Good Sermon. [ErsemC.\L "on INTER MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, Oct. .o.--"Full of Truth and Grace" was the theme around which the Rev, Frederick Gwynne of the First Pres byterian church built up his sermon yes terday. Not only did the preacher dwell upon the biblical significance of this pass age, but he drew on history and everyday life for copious illustrations. Other Days. [From Town Topics.] "What are coal-bins, pop 1" "Has-bins, my boy." spent much of his time in that place Sun day. ' Monday morning he left there with the intention of going to work again. Mr. Benson is positive that tile body found later on the railroad track was that ol Freeman, as the description down to the minutest detail agreed with Freeman's ap-' pearance. Numerous men employed at the caldp of Jennings, who had worked with Free man, are all of the same mind, that Free mail was the man killed-by the cars. The s.ipposition is that he boarded an ore train to ride out to the neighborhood of the camp and being under the influence of liquor, went to sleep, rode past the point where he should have left the trait, and later fell beneath the.wheels. It will be remembered that a whiskey bottle was found near the body. Of the man Freeman but very little can be learned. The foreman, who came to town last night to look for him, returned uinder the conviction that he. Frceman, was the un known who was buried several dlays ago. Coroner Joseph Hughes is also of the opinion that this identification of the man is correct. FLEISCHMAN FUNERAL TO OCCUR IN DULUTH, MINN. Many Friends and Fraternal Brethren Escort Body of Well-Known Citizen to Anaconda Depot. [Iserilel 1it. 'r n n 5tiO NiAIN.] Anaconilda, )ct. o,. -The funeral ot C. A. Fleisehnman was hel Saturday evening to the detclit, whence the body was shippeld to I)tuluth, linn., for inter tnent. The bIody Ias esco)rted froml the residence of Eldward Ilclinheck, at ooy East Third strelt, to the station by the inenilers of the various iorganiz ations to which the deceaseld bincngedcl. The funeral was one of the largest ever seen here, the cortege being several blocks long. REPUBLICANS WORK HARD Looking Forward With Pleasure to the Address of Former Senator Mantle. [Sl't'IAI. TO I N'I:5 51111 O 'N51. N.] Anaconda. Oct. to.- There will lie no let 1up in the work of the republicaniis of Anaconda from now to election day. 'l'h central coinmittee has the pIroinise of I Ion. Lee Mantle, former senator from Mon tana, to make an address in this city at atW early date. The exact time will not le ar: nounced for a day or two. as it h:,. nor t yet been decided upon. Senator M antle is a favorite in Anacondla and will at tract an miniense audience. The reptub lican party in Montana has no more valiant or able defender and the citizens look for ward to his appearance inl this city with no little interest. MRS. DE MORES AFTER THE REAL MURDERERS She Believes That El Kheir Will Help Find Out Who Killed Her Erratic Husband. New York, Oct. :o.,-Aat xtrtorJinary request has been made of President Loubet biy the Marquise de Moresi, daughter of Banker von Hoffman of New York, calles t.ie Paris correspondent of the New York American. lHer request is that the presi dent of France parldon El Kheir, who was condemned to death last July, as one of her husband's assassins. She wishes EI Kheir saved in order that he may lie used as a witness against others accused but not yet arrested for the murder of her husband. The Marquise says the tribesmen were only tools, and asserts tlt the real assassin is protected by the poWeIr ful personages who organized the expedi tion which resulted in De Mores' death in 1896. The 1)e Mores made their home for some time in the Northwest on a cattle ranch. The marquis was killed while conducting an expedition among the Arab sheiks for tile French government. STORMY WEATHER IN HOUSE OF COMMONS Nationalists Ready to Fight for Con sideration of Their Educa tional Bill. [NY ASSoCtIAEr ll I sii S. ITlndon, Oct. 20,--The parliamentary barometer indicates a continuation of stormy weather in the house of conm mons. The Ilationalist memnbers of par liamnent are determined that the autumn session shall not be entirely devoted to consideration of the educational bill. Sev eral questions will be put to the govern tIsent in the house of commons today with reference to the position of affairs in Ireland and lPremier Balfour will be urged to give a day for the consideration of the prosecution udlder the crimes act. The nationalists are in fighting trim and they will ntove"an adjournment if they calnot get a definite promise of a day for the consideration of the condition of Ireland. ENGLAND WANTS TO EXTEND. Rumors That Britain Wants to Get Morel South African Land From , Portugal. 4 I.ondon, Oct. o20.-It is said that thoe comlnin visit of the king of Portugal to' England has great political sigpificance and that many important matters are to be discussed between him and Kind Ed ward in regard to South Africa. Rumors are rife that England is seek ing to purchase Portugal's South African. possessions, but at the foreign Qolce they are declared to be without found4tion, .; RHEUMATISM Tortures,Crlpples and Deforms. SRheumatismn does not treat all alike. Somne suffer torture from the very begin ning, the attack being so sudden, sharp and disastrous that they are made hel less cripples in a few days, while otherl feelonly occasional twitches of pain in the knees, ankles, elbows and wrists, or the muscle. of the legs, annarm, back or neck but this treacherous diseue is Ionly traveling by slower stages. The acid poisons are all the while accumulating in the blood, and muscles and joints are filling with corrodinog, aerild matter, and when the disease tlitens Its grip and strikes with ful force, no constitu- THE BLOOD tion isltrongenough T B.O to wlthstanld its fear- A fulblows, audits vic- AND tinsanrcrlpplcrld SYSTEM defor.,.,odrli,,,'lly. S S E :wornoutbyconstant DULED pain. Rheumnatismis ULE caused lby Utric Acid A I or some other irri- BY ACID. t.atng poison in tho bloosd, ant this is the cause of every va riety and form of this dread diseas.e. Ex ternal remedies do not reach the blood, conseqcuently do no lstinug good. 8. S. 8. goes directly into the circula tion and attacks the disease itself. The acid poisons that ctnse tle tlantnlumation, soreness and swelling are nteutralizetl ranl the bloodl pltritied aid clean.ed of all irri tating uIattcr alltnd notlhing'is left iln thl e circulatiln to pro-. S. S. 8. being a regc SSSdttee othtvr attalcls. t:lable retledy d oes not imp:air tile dliges. tion or cgelnerll health like alknltandl potasht reneplica s, Illtlhuilds Iup andl invigorltes tile entire svstcm, antd at the samie ttitO tlllmt II tho'ron.gllh ai.d pernllmanctnt cure of l.htlnltiaitinl. White for our free book u KIheumnat isin. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, OGa. MINE WORKERS OF AMERICA IN SESSION (( unizlitial~ Irmitz I'-age (t,,..) sit'alt;ird states ittd threatelt. td i )tc'ontti' it nat~itin:=l c~saihlity, julstilies tile nction ,,i th. c'iter txect'live of our cltitill ill his sullti ptlion of tninilg,. "Tiic Itropcositon sttlnlittied for your cin sideration IIay have objectioallbIlce lfatlc mes andti il it, itail lay nout teet't w ith tite Illllati lll (.tnl apilt viov l of tour 'it. lc, lbitt l tiii 'c IIuirltIIy lbettir as nowtt |It i 'itslt'h it Ilc whTan origitt ally oicrferd hiy th itiprertl illa t " 11.1i t Ii ll ll cU r li Ilatl liy cillnttiuing the onfitit;i I hItlive tIi rli'it ;ctt.ivcrillt'" ollf thlis plrootli.. lllill sIi'Ircr tit)i i the iilc w rkt'rcs a grtr ii it' gre r of jslil eT lithii they hl e li tc Ij, iyt' in the ia't. "T''il teolilc oit toir eutltitry iwajit with anxiotuos exf'ectancy the rr'.lit of yottr an tioct toittly tle eyes of the tatioin tire Cettletel tiptitc you tinit fricitih titu fi. 1 oike, u itntitrt the stllicis'iuili iif isiles iii voivei ii this strike n tiI tihlt liti inll n till cl Ly the itri slnttit lf thll.Ii Lt htit States. " Thalt therc arlt diii'rdaint chlements ill nhi c ttventittt, tlthJt t ,her' art' div titilift ones tit hotmie, I alit ftclly twiie, hto geitlih, mitt, with all the ctrttesttihi'.'s of which I ti s | vi.ested, I ttrge thit you given )'tu' r alitri OVil tic the icticti oit 'OItr executive ofllii',,ri wlto have rci't, t ei le'd nic'|t''l of the furoptosition thrit the 'trilie h ie teiral off ici oll lie ire thiti tii rituhrll fit woirk iil tlte liositioni ticin witrkicg hIactt tcjiit'pitd Ity tlhicn Irior ft thle ittinitftira iuni of the strike. and thtt ill qiii i liot i ,t s at stie be slublitittet for adjitstmeitii t tto titi' itibtiluou selectedt by the tiresihlit of thle I 'ltu , tu soon " Mitchell's Address. Iin openinig the convenltion this after noon, P'resident 'Mitchell spoke in part as lfollows "In opening this convenltion for the raii;satitto n of business, I take pleasure ill exltnditng warlll greeting and welcomlle to tlte accredited representatives of 15o, nio llle and boys whose heroic strugglte for livinlg wages and American contlditions of entpltyinlent has won tihe admlratilon or the whole civilized world. Ilanguage is iluadtquate to express tile sense of pride I feel ill you and those you represent. "It is niot liy pulrp)ose to review the progress of the strike or even to tlultniuer ate the inmportant events which have now passed into history. Imprinted idtellibly oin the hearts of our peopile are the mlienio lies of sufferings and hardships which have bl-en and are beitng eidured. "For five long months the eyeis of lthe n;ti.ln have been centerled upon your i. lions, and it is a pleasure to say that the heart of the American petople throbbdl inl synmpathy with yotu. It is, of cou'rste, a source of deep regret that lithe millions of unpaid workimeni of our greyt citlies should be the most acutel sufferers by reason of this contest betweenI our selves and our employers. "hltl, strange as it may appear, hunllll tlreds upon hundredls of those who suf. fered most from lack of fuel, sent words of commllllllendation anti enlcouragemenllt to s, and in Ilany instances declaredl that they would endure any privation in order that the miners and their families might secure a suflicientt wage th enable them to itjoy a little happliness and sunlllshine ill steadt of the gloom and sadness which I:has ,cen their lot for mlany years. "'The debt of gratituhde we owe oulr fellow workers in this aind other lands - tlcbt of gratitude we owe a generous puilic and a friendly press, who have supported atnd sustained us during this mIllemorathle strike-can never be adetlquately repaid. "For our opponenlts we entertainl iio feeling of malice. While they have lma ligned our characters, impugned our utto tives and sought the victory Iby metliotds slhich we should scorn to use, yet on this lday, when we have secured an avenue of redress, on this day, when the realization of our hopes and ambitions seem near, when the prospect of a brighter and hap pier future seems assured, we should hold out to theml the hand of friendship and ask them to join us in providing for such business relations as shall for all time establish peace and tranquility in the coal fietls, Tube War in London. l.ondon, Oct. zo.-The London tube war will be begun today when J. P. Mor gan's scheme will be presented by the house of commons committee. It is .very strongly opposed by Charles T. Yerkes on behalf of tlhe district raillwy. BUTTE NEWS. REGISTRATION IS RUSHING AHEAD BY PERUSING THIS LIST YOU WILL BE ENABLED TO DISCOVER THE EXACT PLACE. AND REMEMBER, IF YOU 00DO NOT REGISTER, ND BALLOT /, Don't Settle Back in Your Chair, With the Idea That Because You Register ed Last Time, That Let You Out, for It Doesn't-Everybody Must Register This Time, No Matter Who He Is, Eithrr ,early all 'f tlht voterrs are r l rvady ,el itislerd or the viot. ini Silver Ihiw CIntly tlhisI fall will Ibe greater hy tllltl-. .sa thiil It ver Iv e 'le .. At nool tdIilay thet registr. tiln was aIpploxilitatl y t.,oItt witht (ne week oil re toll rel .stlhle'r. I''woI yIIear. ago i the ri'gistrat ion was ehiiitl s. ,. buit if the registratio n keeps utpI as it always hasD beiti re ittrin . the last k t h tlti s4ho~hl r.'aith -o,a.no1 Iv,.ryhboly sl=,tlI reg.i,,h'r ju',t the .:nmr. Ity lhti k inu at the titllo w tin list caIl voter will easily tjul the whlrete btittt to pla 't his Itaitie ont tire Itoks : District No. 1--Agent, James Murphy. I'rel inct 4, t'to elr It tilil ti, 1.ti i'rthi .1ain. ( enterville. Ilr'tiln t 5. ()'tetit r . hi t .I.-, 151 irthIt ].lain, t '.nithrv\ilhe. Distict No. 2 -- Agent, Thomas J. Lavelle. rNI.; t . i t t i , 7.i-.. t Ma~rlllills, PIrn ' t 7, kt.b, ill , to ( .., Ill. . ,. l Mlimtn. District No. 3-Agent, John S. Murphy. I'rcec ,ilcl 0i, (hiltdb er 13 hi l i, 7311 I ;, ,t r.u, iti ubl) inl <,nh, h. ( .r~mihe. Distict No. 4- Agent, Neal O'Donnell. Pol¢' n'lll .' I, c) toibr I:i I,, Is a;l l ..oi, aIt Ds tict No. ly, l d Ward-Arvil, ent, lI c't i nl, .*, l h lober sl to | II N", ;It I . ams Ily. . Mckrvile. i'I'w 'InI(' .4. llctloblil .:I ;llld .-'. to .' , ;it (i ty 2 , I l, \\'alk rvlille. I're,.hi l Ii , S i t tir a:.r til . Io 1 tin's I h,1 .. Iht wii'ua n h h, District No. 5, Second Ward- -Agent, James P. McGowan. I'r..;:set H.I .Sco.,l, wrd, Ik'hni.r .*1 |rcinct so, lieste waIrd, (i ct,,lt e r it Io aiiil .2., n.rs hwes.i st r, r Mtiin ti I'rteintl II. Iecitd want, (lcteIlr r iot o 1i,, 7 rllr MA i ila i ail. Q art, District No. 7, Firdt Ward-Agent, Danitl D. CShea. I'r.v.iiit i , Fir l w alrd, October, 1.t 1 t aill 2 *5, I.t l ast ra' l ( y. I'i'rlii't 6I, Fir h ward l, .tto ier 6 to tit, .*.7 Ai N iti ItdAi rit-' i. District No. 9, Third Ward-Agent, Thomahn F. Casey. I',r.Him I , I. Third waird, Oc'tober is tol 15, ..-5 1:.;Isl Pa;rk. I'recinct ,% Third w:Ird, Oc.tobetr a1 to. "5, .I- I'.;,t lr.im dwa;y. I'recinct I ,, Tlhisd waird, O)ctobe'r 16 District No. 11, Fourth Ward--Agent, John J. O'Meara. ]'rc~c ct 17, Jrstrth ward, (t uber 1,3 to 18, SltttolI's New Theater. tPre.jinct 18, Fut trl tL ward, ()ctober 2o to 25, 17 North 1- lat a. District No. 19, Fifth Ward Agent, S. G. Jeans. P'recinct IS), fifth, ward, October 13, to 17, 346 East Park. J'recinct 2o, Fifths ward, I(.tolwr 18 to .5, o4.t East Park. District No 20, Sixth Ward--Agent, John G. Simpson. I'rcinclt -I, Sixth ward, ()ct ell r 16 to 25, 134 West 'ark. Precinct 2z, Sixth ward, (October 13 to 15, 836 West Galequa. District No. 6, Seventh Ward--Agent, J. J. O'Brien. Precinct a2., Seventh ward, ()October 22 to 24, 740' Utah aven.ue. P'recilnct 2., Seventh ward, October 18 to ar, Isit) South Arizona, P'recinct 51, Seventh ward, October 13 to 57 anid 25, 1268 j:at Secondli District No. 8, Eighth Ward--Agent, Thomas E. Fitzgerald. I'reciint 25, Ii.11hth ward, October 16 to 18, 41s South Mai. Precinct 26, ';ighlil ward, ()ctbe-r 2) to, 25, 22, \VW est (;olI. Precinct 27, iglhtah ward, October 13 to 15, J I00 Maryland avenue. District No. 10, East of City-Agent, T. T. Updegraff. P'recinct 30., October ,0 -to 25, Geor,;e Mli helich's, Iast Jiutte. ]'Precinct ai, October 13 and. 18, Union hall, l'ast Mercury. District No. 15, West of Butte--Agent, John Helehan. Pr'cilnct ,., ()lhcr 17 and i8, 2t #24 22. 18,01 5,,otuth ida'ho. Precinct .I, )ctb r .o,, J. 11. I r.,c:.' house, cas'.t of Nett,'e mine. J'rccinct 5, O()ctober 13 to 16 and 23 0) 25, ,o557 Wesct Granite. District No. 13, Meaderville-Agent, S. R. A. Home. Precinct a8, Octob,'r 13 to 18 and 25, )angiers' courtroom. Precinct 29, October 20 to 24, at 29 Lincoln avenue. District No. 12, Flat-Agent, W. E. Headings. 'Precinct 32, October 1j to 5I, Toole's place, Silver Bow P'ark. Precinct 32, October 16 to 18 and 24 and 25, Wayside Hlouse, Harrison avenue. Precinct 50, October 20, at Dan Brown's cabin, Fish Creek. Precinct 35, October 21, at Nine-Mile house, Blacktail. Precinct 37, October 9z, at 'Gradtlh's ranch, Basin. Precinct 40, October aj, at Parrot smelter onffice. District No. 17-Agent, David Daniela. Precinct 16, Octoher :3 to 18 and a3 to .t5, 1)anils' hlouse, Rocker. l'rrcinct ag, October an to 23, Price's Ibutcher shop, Burlington. District No. 16--Agent, Thomas O. Miles Precinct ,8, ()October 1i to 15 and 23 to .5, nat Mile' ranch. 'Precinct 40, ()ctb.lrr i6 anti 1t, post. oilice, Silver How .uitn lion. l'rcrinct 4., ()ctohr I1 nlut ao, at Greg l'rcciinct 41, ()Otobr .rtr and 2,l at W. J. ]arnoer's residence. District No. 14-Agent, Luke Williams. Precinct t.!, (Oteiolr (6, Vunm.lerlich's hotel, I)ivide. 'Precilclt 4, ()ctoher II to I5 and *I inti- a, IhNlthio.' ho l, M.Ierose. i'recintct ,.5, ()ctor bl r i1 at I),m ieverals' t'bih, Soap i. c;u'h. Precinct 47, I tetir 17, Il (:lippi'r omine. IPrecirct 44, ticttlber .u . to J.i, at Ilark 5 ranch. District No. 18-Agent, W. A. Ralston. I'reeciict 46, I )cttolh r 1.1 to 23, at RaIs ton. Prict'ciiitt .6. t)ctotbl'r 24 and 25. . leno 11in.. ler.ienlh (Ulclh. Hegitrat itit legani NI onday ()ctoher tj, Io1:, an( will conttin eI nll lchgal days until Sat.uirday, O)clolIer .i5, I t.,, at 9 ,'clirhk p. in. Hcii.stry ;irllent. will sit ill hIomie office oin ,ititiday, ()ctobltr 2*7, Iqu,, for the put. Ipos- of re-gihtCriIg voIte(s who, by renson 0I .itklnra or olthrr Ilyqic', dituability, or hy linvmidaiilr tim-cm ut- Ireti the registra. halll distaidt dur=in1. the allire° tilll |=roin Ithmer 1I In klltber ., iti.1, were 1lln hh. it rgisitlr It lily tli , dtlrilg .ii aid pe.ri,.I l'=*lll= (it '.'t O =t =e.r |. Ito , I1I 0..*. HIS LIFE LOST IN THE FIRE Man Playing Stream of W.ter Does Not Notice Till Flames Surround Him. Iliimlht, N. I('.. ()l. 2n. luil, which s lilt.d atl the' *'ottonll m ,,npr1 w he".r. el, t,),hay sh".troyed, pupe.'ty vd.,in d ,It $ .,,,,o.:. ol oH.IuII', Ith , , t;llh oIf I. M . \\'d ,,,n of Clirhks vilh.li, t;l.u. ,kh.epr tIr the (till prc'.,n ml n llll;lll ll ln ;I Ia ll n he'w n Gelol l l ..Ill \\il..on of (hiirhl ,,. TIhe' l',Hlpl'('s. was own., l,.. te ('.A ld- Air Iin,. c,,ml y ;ld \w ; I t h 1'd to ,1t. tIl,. I tl tlh lit o 10slh igh. I1h,' I',, Ilu', i('v pdlll, ,, ' of" the au" It tut= itItt itf bhi1 al targuti abtu wIri s'.a e, ltti i i ili y tm o IM w.lt'r In th ll -r,,ll w.)l u I ot.y noice thll'l'lat Ih' wa=. lb ing .,. mir, th, by the fllames nt m i l I - i \ tw i t i t h ' tt i a i t I i ,'1.c:op. I' he l d all ;ave. nuesa cut IlI. DEMOCRATS TO HOLD RALLY Meetling Ia Sclheduled for This Even:ng at the Local Auditomium. The d*'mo|.ratic. catlmpll~Int inSllive= l~inw ruiitty will ipeic 1thi - vewning withl a tmeet ingK at tlie Amlitri.l. lThe sh;ckers will hIe lion. Mirlin Ml;agiliussi nld JtImlge t. Y. I'emi itrtlllt . Mul(uict will iee fll rn ished by th,. Ithttint & Mttittanutlui buld. NI. I'. Uilhri t, Jimtti T. Fiilthn ant . r a oht iltimitntur ie t c nitlintluh t tok a tsip in I. ivilh. ye..tu'dtltiy i t.." m It l0t-.r t The Best Friend the Northwest Ever Had "Tile Road That Made t't Northwest IFamnous." LEAVES BUTTE. For St. Paul and hat., daily..3: o p. sn. Great Falls local, daily ...... 9:4 . as. ARRIVES BUTTL. From St. Paul, daily ...... 45 p. m. From Great Fall. and Ilelen3, daily ... .............3 50 p.m. FULL INFORMA'1 ION FROMd City 'licket Office, No. 41 North Main street, Butte. J. E. Dawrur., G.nerral Agent. Invite Your Friends The plesent is a splendid time to .end for your Eastern friends and show them the Northwest. The rates via the Burlington Route are wonder fully low, and the through train service excellent. If you care to send me the names Iand addresses of your friends who might be induced to visit the Northwest, I will tell them the rates, arrange their trip and check their hags gage. H. F. RUCE. APe., si east skresmwe, Uute, Meto. H. . SEOUR, Coneral AgtnLt IIliU@s, Monat