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RICHARD J. OATES WILL
GET VOTE OF LABOR RICHARD J. OATES, l.. One of the Men Who Will Visit Helena Next Winter. Hicthard J. ,ates, candidate totr the state legislature on the republican ticket, s orne of Buttte's forrmonst citizens. I e has been a resident of this city since his ioy)hood clays. and by careful attention to busine~ss has sutcceeded int etablishing a lucrative printing ofrice and jobroonn. Mr. Oates is a printer Iby trade, having Irarntd his trade in Butit. lie is, of DEMMIES CAN SEE THEIR FINISH NOW LEWIS AND CLARKE COUNTY PARTY IS SLATED FOR DEFEAT AND THEY ALL KNOW IT. OLD STYLE OF RUNNING A CAMPAIGN JS NO GO Fc"e Pert' -!a' Press and Party Are Ln :eo as ".ever Before and They Are V' . g Ccrdoe.-:,ally 'cr a Glorious Z'*,.'Ye, the Vctts Are Counted in tre- Car. :a C ty Courty Nov. 4. d.. , in t .:c ranks . f that i.,rt t: .1i..t i a tic. "I t y are Le $2.50 to $10.00 Absolutely Perfect Fit ting Glasses I have the ability the finest testing instrutlents. The only exclusively optical parlors in the West. Examination Pree to ARl, Dr. Daniel Rosche EYE SPECIALIST 48 W. PARK ST. BUTTE Tel. 741 R Open .venitngs. Opp. I.utey Bros. SEATTLE Our Seattle office has to offer as an inducement to the investing public, an entering wedge as it were, some splendid lots adjoining Washirngtor Park This property is good, bound to give returns, and sells from $250.00 to $350.00 a lot. Inside lots 40x100; corner lots 50x100. Terms; One third in six months and one third in twelve months. Interest on deferred payments seven percent. Title guaranteed. THE THOMrPSON CO. 224 PIKE STREET, SEATTLE 15 WEST BROADWAY, BUTTE course, a union printer and a staunch union man. lie is an employer of union labor and one of the most popular em ployers in the city. Mr. Oates has always affiliated with the republican party. lie, like the rest of the republican ticket, is free and unpledged, and can Ie depended on to vote and act upon all questions as his conscience dic tate s. ginning to realize that the days of walk over s ictries iand rotation in office are ahm-, over. \\ith the realizatitn of impending de feat they are so Mildly excited that they are strikin. ult blindly in an attempt to defend thenselves. Ignorance of political 'kill is slhoin every day by the thrusts they reccive. Acting on the tie tile honored plan the dre:ocr.lts tho)ught the campaign wouhld c,-mi it in Itu lisihing biograpilhies of the ciioiaites and a barrel-hoiuse tour, to gether sith a lib ral dlistributilon of slaps ni :her h.ck and hbt a-r. They acre dis r,',L e that they a.toke ti"o late. I r.lu the itart the repnlhlicans cin l tl heir 'c.onpai, w llt t, lllita Vi and oil it.' I I, ortih. lrhn tily ts oK t hi e h rg rti -,%(i :,,l hlv"c a~:fectively showntl that til it lppu 'ln t re t tI llo ,ut i Clia IU to C.oli i 1, 'lIt.';it i)ii, Press and Party United. i (ere prcsientel to show that the court hoiit ring ha;s hild pulitit c ithieri fir y'ears LanI tlha the hief U ccet s of the opl(era tils Cu.ollit 'l ill ti e I, l'it s to [Il e popeL it hlas been showl that tile ,cost of con dhtting the afli;s f thue ruinty has i(been ouit of ;all prporti . ti. I I' putie, enough to run a cilouty twice the ,sic of this. haive becn employed and thie payrotll has con .tantly mounitled upward until it is tlmost as great as thait if the latrgilst cornty in the state. I.very nin, , limost, nowt holdino g office in the counity hias been a chronic feeder at the piulic crib for lmanly cyars. Prts cnt chieft were deputies anid depulies were chief,(. I he man who himriietly works for the ticket and hopet s tobe rewarded with a publiic p sition is given tle cold shniou ler after election, day ai l tile h l-time crowd sumiliingly tiles in for the division of the iliooty. ir s the ring Ih s none to cin sider the stipendtls dealt out froml the cof fer, tilled by taxpayers. Another strlong point imade by the re Ipublicans i- that the reduction of taxes iimeans ;Ill . encoutragemilCent oif property own ers who dcsire to imlprove their holdings by ereciting builinigs. Withi tihe assess ment ait its prciseull high figiure the taxes cat tip the rent anid building is at a stand still. This point has appealed to on terns of protperty and Vrorkmtetn alike. This to the Toiler. It has lien ss'hown that the improve iment of property by ituitling means work for the laboring man at good wages. It imeanis constanit employment for him and ali inlcome for the owner of the property who is inow losing nmotey oil his invest nitent. Merchants are also included in the letenetits to tie derived from these better mntis, for the workingman can buy fromi them when lie has the money with which to purchase. This has placed the courthouse ring in a position that is causing it much embair ras smnent, and is drawing forth many ex planations that do not explain. BOTHA SAYS BOERS ARE IN NEED NOW BRITISH HAVE MISCONSTRUED THEIR WORDS AND MOTIVES AND DIRE TROUBLE IS RESULTING. DID NOT TAKE THE LOAN PROPOSITIONS UNKINDLY But as There Is Little Chance, as Botha Sees It, to Receive Financial Aid From Great Britain Just at Present, They Must Needs Appeal to the World, for Their Need Is Very Great. frY ASso lAtA'I ED li ' sh., I New 'York, Oct. 3o.--(;eera llotha 'i the Boer comllission now in l"uirope try ing to raise funds for the redemtption o1 the ruined farming interests of South Af rica, has cabled to the World at length on the results of the general mission up to date. The at icle says in part: "Our words have been misconstrued, our actions have been assignled the wrong lmllotives and our very alius ;have been insis.tatled aind con denmned. '[The British ha;.1 Io reason to doubt our sincerity. We called on our people to come in and; lay dowi their arms. Jlow mInaly millionll Ipots Naere saved to the British natio,ll by that sur render it is needless now to reckin up. Ilaving accepted the terms Iord Kitch ener was authorized to oiler ts,. we uI-vet sought to have them modiied. What we sought for was not a mnodification of the terms of tile peace treaty but the illlle diate help of which our prolple are in lneed. "Having to plead a cause which should speak eloquently enough for itself, we are sorely disappointed by the result. At least we have had every reasoin to consider that we have failed in our errand. They Needed the Money. "It is assumed that we did not take kindly to a loan. That sutlpoition was gratuitous. As to the shape in which material help should lie given, we had neither the right nor the will to pick and choose. But having seen no prospect of receiving such help, we appealed in ttrg ent need to all the nations of the world. "That course had beel sharply crits cised. So far as we can see all our ap peals to foreigners implied was that our people were in sore needl of instant re lief and that we were willing to undergo thl html iliation for pleading it. "Memories of help withheld despite pressing need ild nd lrgen.t appeal for jus tice or generosity are certain to live llog, die hard aull intlict damage out of alt piroportion to their seeming implortance." Louis O'Dell Buried. I ,Prt iii . "II INIi, mItIxiAi:..h 'i .soula, Octi. i". --'I'i" fiu eral oit L.ouis O'Dell was helhi yeu,lerday from ii io. Elks' hall, of which fraternal organization the deceased was an esteemtued Iiieiiiter. The tRev. Walter Mlayes of the P'rcsly terian church delivered the funeral ora tion and paid high tribute to the worth and:i character af the departed. JOSEPH CORBY IS ONE OF THE SURE WINNERS JOSEPH CORBY, w Who Will Be One of the First Under the Wire on the Republioan Ticket Next Tuesday Joseph Corby, one of the strong candi dates on the republican county ticket for the legislature, has lived in Montana since 1886 and is an engineer by occupation, He is of course a union man and twice represented his union in the convention of the Western Federation at Denver. When the Spanish-American war broke out Mr. Corby enlisted in the First Mon tana volunteers and was commissioned WOOD SAYS CUBA IS DOOMED Congress Must Pass a Reciprocity Bill or It Is All Off. 'BY AsSOCIATED PRESS.] London, Oct. 3o.-Gen. Leonard Wood, former governor of Cuba, was questioned today on the subject of the various special dispatches published here, alleging the ex istence of serious pconoplic and political OVER THE 8ORDER IMMIGRANTS FLY REPORT OF UNITED STATES INSPEC. TOR SAYS THEY COME IN FROM CANADA BY THOUSANDS. COMMON PRACTICE TO EVADE LAWS TIAT WAY Foreign Agencies Ship the Undesirables to Some Canadian Port, Where They Are Given the Lay of the Land Here in the Northwest and Shown How to Get Over the Line Into Our Midst. IHY AS-OtAI D I 'A D PRISS.. Washington, Oct. 3r.-('otntninsiier GC;eneral Suargernt of the itinmigration bureau has imadle public a report from Robert \: atchorn. special immligration inslpector, on the inlmigration to the L'tiited States by way of (anada. Mr. \\'atchiorn says that I'luropleains who obviously are ineli. gible to enter the Lsiited Stat.s for several years have been directed by agents to (Canadian points with a view of ellecting a surlrcpliti.iis oiitranice iito the Utlited States acro..s tihe interntatiitial boundary. inteidnllig illtiillglants., who by reas:ion of sonic digtlualitic::til,on re rejected by the lines rtltini g to (tiited Slates pol)rts, are turned over to the lines tiltin to Catio da tlti, swith a few seelptionls, they are ac cepted w it hout ,lesatioills. T'housands every year thll litld their way into Canada antd thence to the 'snited States. Mr. \\'atchot n sa.;) : They Give 'Em a Map. "livery stemlshlip aKent alludes to the fact that the U'nited States iminmigration laws are now heiing strictly enforced there andi inll conuSeluence the Canadian route is earnestly' reconmlinended. \\'here anIyone is capable orf walking off the ship a gratui tons lesson in Northwestern geography is given, designed to impress on the immi grant's mind the cheering information that Montreal is a hirder. and that simply to walk across the Iorder is ani easy imatter uilattenllded by y iiconivenience whatever, there heing no inspecti.l o at said border "The efticient work of the inmtigration onflicials at New \'ork and other ports of the (' itred States nott only tends to make a farce of thile conimendabile scrutiny exer cised at the IRelfii., liolland and (German ports. lendingl to stitlutlate the work of an tn.tiprciipled list of tEuropean passenger lagents who reKularly siIend to ('anada hnot only those whomuti admission to a L'United States port is olpe to JdiIntt. or those whose aldmiissiot is klnown to he ililhmpossile, but ali. those who have becn actually denied adllisision at a I'niited States port and who have been uily hdepltlrted therefrom actcord ing to tlh . law. "So important Alas this shady minagra tiu mattter becomlte in certain italian and Swiss townis that scores of agencies exist whe:re a normal traftic could scarcely jus tily tile mailtenance of a single agency." InI concluthsin tile report urges that all roads into the ~United States lie made equally straight and narrow. second lieutenant of Company B. Previous to the outbreak in the Philippines he was transferred to Company G and served through the rebellion in that company. Our candidate was promoted to second lieutenant and battalion adjutant and served with great distinction until the regiment was mustered out. Mr. Corby is well educated and a fluent talker and will be one of the able de baters on the floor of the next legislature. conditions in Cuba. lie said to a representative of the As sociated Press: "In view of the present crisis the Cuban sugar industry is abso lutely doomed without reciprocity with the United States. I have the strongest reasons for believing and hoping that a reciprocity bill will pass during the next session of congress." General Wood will sail for the United States November a, Tomorrow Morning at half past 8 o'clock we be gin a sale of men's and women's fine shoes,.that surpasses all previous efforts of our House. We cannot say any thing too strong in commendation if these shoes. As you all know we do not deal in " job lots," or what are known as "seconds"--these shoes are from our regular stock and are offered at these prices to close out the lines--all sizes and widths. Men's Fine Shoes $2.95 The lot consists of hand sewed patent leather, lace shoes, hand-sewed vici kid shoes, kid lined, English welt, double sole, calf shoes--None worth less than $4.50; some worth $5.00; choice tomorrow for $2.95. Women's Fine Shoes $2.45 This lot consists of patent leather, vici kid, some with patent flexible soles, all hand sewed; the values are $3.50 and $4.00. All sizes and widths. Choice to morrow at $2.45 a pair. SOLE AGENTS in Butte for Hanan's celebrated hand made shoes for men and women; also for the "Connell Perfection" shoes. Our standard in shoe department is up to the excellence characteristic of our HOUSE. You are always safe when dealing at the Connell store. M. J. CONNELL COMPANY OFFICIAL BALLOT For Issuance of Bonds in the Sum of Two Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars ($25),000.00), for the purpose of Build ing and Equipping a Hall of Records in Silver Bow County, Montana. FOR the issuance of Bonds to the amount of Two Hun dred and Fifty Thousand Dollars ($250,000.00), bearing interest at the rate of four (4) per cent per annum, redeemable in Ten (10) years, and payable in Twenty (20) years, for the construction and equipment of a Hall of Records. AGAINST the issuance of Bonds to the amount of Two Hun dred and Fifty Thousand Dollars ($250,000,00), bearing interest at the rate of four (4) per ent per annum, redeemable in Ten (10) years and payable in Twenty (20) years, for the construction and equipment of a Hall of Records. STATE OF MONTANA, COUNTY OF SIILVER BO'W-SS: I, John \Weston, County Clerk and Recorder in and for said Coftnty and State, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a full, true and correct copy of the Official Ballot that is to be voted on the bonding proposition at the general election to be held in sird County on the 4th day of November, 1902. In Tl'estimony \VWhereof, I have hereunto set my hand and allixed the seal of said County this a4th day ,f October, 19o2. I Seal.] JOIIN \WESt ON, By JOHN DORAN, Deputy. County Clerk. LITTLE BITS BY TELEGRAPH Tiny Items of News of the World Boiled Down for Busy Readers. Admiral Evans in Command Washington, Oct. 3o.-Rear Admiral Robley D. Evans has assumed command of the Asiatic squadron. Snow in New York. New York, Oct. 3o.-Snow fell yester day throughout Western and Northern New York. At most places it melted rap idly. Jay Cooke Recovered. Put-in-Bay, 0., Oct. 3o.--Banker Jay Cooke of Philadelphia, who has been seri ously ill here of congestion of the brain, has recovered. New Cuban Railroad. Havana, Oct. 3o.-The railroad com mission has granted to the Cuban company to register in the name of the Cuban Rail way company $ao,ooo,ooo of capital stock. Wingren in the Toils. Vancouver, J3. C., Oct. 3o.-Charles Wingren, alias Lingate, was arrested yes terday in New Westminster for the mur der of George Leith near Mount Vernon, Wash., on August 30, of the present year. There Is Still Hope. New York, Oct, go,--The expected meeting of the leading malleable iron man ufacturers did not take place yesterday, Max Pain stating there had been no con ference of the various interests known to be engaged in forming a $20,000,000 com bination, Chinese Are Starving. Victoria, B. C., Oct. 3o.-The Chinese Benevolent society of this city has re. ceived cablegrams frontm South China ask ing for assistance for the faminine-stricken people. The crop lias failed in several largely populated districts, as a result of the drouth, which has lasted five months. It Is Not in Eruption, Mexico City, Oct. 30o.-Reports re ceived today from the southern part of the republic show that it is not generally be lieved the clouds of ashes covering that part of the country caine from Santa Marta volcano and that it is an eruption. The mountain is in Guatemala close to the Mexican frontier. The Poor Darling I ray ASSOClTI'r PRESS,] St. Louis, Oct. 30o.-Margie Hoyt, the 2-year-old daughter of Bonnie Hoyt, the actress who died in a Chicago sanitarium Tuesday night, has been found in the keep. ing of Mrs. Richmond, who lives at No. 5433 Magnolia avenue, this city. Mrs. Richmond has telegraphed the baby's grandfather, Prof. Windsor, who lives near Boston.