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B.UTTE PRIMA DONNA
MAY GO ON STAGE MRS. G. ORAL M'FARLAND, Butte's Charming Soprano Who May Go Into English Grand Opera Next Sea son as a Prima Donna. 1'",'M r4 ' i,. ", rr<, e Frs h /l th:at Tlm te A . ,.l ,to .. A1 , n ..... ...... t , - . .... I;.ý i1sII l l l lliahe h it i tor if r I lr ntaitt in the i , t ,,,.i ,,f in. ,1 1 the city", u lst Chai in gi t...'..]ii-t, f r a tart iii tLi ;.tui ductin t of l,-h iopetra, to Lt -t.hetu u lell r .l litnn ir;lle nu Itlnalt..fgl.t. T 'hI c se ctiion t. lkd il if i, M r. i l . t lr.l .Il :' t :laun . wh,, i, w, Il known in Hluttc "ts ; . s o p r a n o s in g , r , l ,ui l r i ,r t le n t. f .;. lcl. "rlh d hcI re, i. d vmhit is lpractit.lly ain ot.er to go ilt iI. in i. %iht.l the n eili company is t r.i..i uit l ii i xt I.', r, M l i. m y ciii et .e l ih, lln ll the ihn l ;l.u ii ll it.'lltill liar -.1rs. i c d t v, oi,. ha, rteceived fl:.ttrring !it'enti,h.l f1 ii ,ne ,,f the' h, ,t t tl trlt iI rt an in ii' thcou ity', whu viilnd I aulte :t \\t(k al!.> and ti hl secir 4l' it He i.s ca Bpoind at to eaht i her ilnd n. AfNeir the r Laud tin Natewvda, thYor gk tl nlull in it l -tuitt tIll . ll illtl.ri' ietV to one of t ilhe it i r ni' . i n i ii , iih h hlie highly enut'tl i l th itr in.i ( r :,tI l sk lurtd hi, iwa tte ti tn i - a .iti ii; I. 0 fir t her itni the tl\ ctell'p tln let" I ii t i o tllii ut l ter hi. d aLre s tIu in rrt -t lrr rlN.u CO . lTANTINO GARCIA WITHOUT A COUNTRY He Is on Board a Steamship and Can Neither Land in New York or Return Home. Nh w Yiork. Noi . ti , ji. y r, li,.:I h,:atk and forth on t hip, \\hiich l ,1' t i ti arelit H avana vii thii polt It ,,l t'~ It tino I;ar c'iae, a ative (rt u l:nlli, ils a llord ;in l the stea slhiii s much trot'uhic mli proving hil ,self to ,e a maian w\ilhout a coliltry. IIt' stalted four monilt ali o by stowing all at Havana. Arriting hcre the immigra tion oflicials , rdered him hack. At Ila Pina the t ualllliIn lle ri fused hin lanid ing bucmlse hl' \\;i, practically a sto\\wi v ay. lie was againdt returntli to New York and again is refsl"'d permission to lanld. The steamship comipalil s are cni m pilltl to obey the otld r ald return larcia to clavana or tpay ht eay litle. "They have eenIl tuiable to thnd .lly \tork i ;oard hip whicii their untelt'it lp;i,.enger canil do. Uleantwhile iiarcia sny', he is ietttilig tihe others "do the worryinig. MODERN DECORATIVE ART Possible to Create Pictures Now Equal to the Old Masterpieces. New York, .No. 1.-- The exhibition of mlloern uecoratite art at Turin has closed, says a Rome dispatch. The financial and Artistic success of the exhibit, the corre spondent observes, tray go to prove that whalt is know'n as the "tewt art" has taken firmi root. Incidentally the exhibition raises the qtlestiotn ihtthIer one of the effects of the lhutlge tmodernl fortutntes may be made to create, (specially in the United States, conditionis tiiller t, hich ltaste, pieces (itlal to lithe modtilels laiy againi he produced. ý 11 - --- ----.6D -~ SEATTLE Our Seattle office has to offer as an inducement to the investing public, an enter ng wedge as it were, some splendid lots adjoining Washington Park This property is good, bound to give returns, and sells from 8250.00 to $350.00 a lot. Inside lots 40x100; corner lots 50x%00. Terms s One third in six months and one third in twelve months. Interest on deferred payments seven percent. Title guaranteed. THE THOrIP.SON CO. 224 PIKE STREET, SEATTLE 15 WEST BROADWAY, BUTTE A wcll knotwn (hlitag, capitalist alI lover of g;rand operia has ,offeretd to black ian E:inglih company for anly ;iiamount, a;tNd thler is everiy robabil ity tha t the enterpri se i ll he l unch.d. 11ts. kI";la:tlIIIl has atllt cited the atten tin oif se\ural Ihe: lticll imit.fgi ers. , blut a e oferll) . ' Iiihave niill i il y i e f l those -allinig tlic operas she i has illVariably h'Ielimd, otting to the objectionable fa tuNIe Ir"of comic opera produlltctilonls. c, ,-fuil debut on thie stage. She is at pr -ent studs ing grand opera roles under I'lf. ( ttlo ( hIes l ii of this city. 1r-, Mc\larland cones originally from Pelinnis lli:la. ain is a daIughter of Johlit ('.h;lol, the ilntelltor il Il;llmanufactureil l r of lite (s'hall verliC.I l thlit e lbilers. Sihe has 'pent t!lolu, ,l., of dollars ill the cultiva tion ot her voice, whllicl, has resulte.d in the flattering offer, l:ishe. Hluter huisba;l is wt I! kno, n as a forit r thl atri, il ilall 'er., and if o1| tim e liainl iagd tlihe ;r:a I "1"i house in this city. FOUND TO BE A ROBBER An Old and Trusted Porter Turns Out to Be a Bad Man. NStt York, Nt. i.i.- '.ltrick BIla;n, ftor -'I t ii years a truste portel r at the Il, l Ilil h tse,lt ha. b teen arrested in a liowtery lt lnhop. h is i ;, s it ltea ot'rin toi pledge for $.s. a inecikl:ace of pearl, valult ait 'Thl' pIrisoner was taken to police head qiiicute'rs 'lt'where lie is said ito have givent in trtlion whliichi will lead to hie recovery .if jiwtls caluid at $1ao, mstolent- siionlce tine agoi from fhe apariitments of Mrs. \\. 1. Mllith ston, wife' of a wealthy miian ufa;icturer. lie police have bei I ituch tworkled tip oveir ithe rI.hlery, as there was :absoluteli ly no cl'w :i auiil had ;lhllost given ip the hope of success whensll two detec tivi 's observed ilain ntiterinig the pawn liop, I he rllber'y is s.iupedl toI hiave beeni elfcotc.e by gaiiniig lntrance to tihe aipart metilts througlt Ia wilndow. WILL EXAMINE BOUNDARIES Looking to See that the Big Rock Piles Have Not Been Moved. .Los Alngeles, Nov. t3.--J. W, Iarlow, late chief of the enugineer cirps of the Ullitd .i stMates army, is here onl his way to Sanll Diego, whe.re he will be joined hIy Geneiral Jacob Blalnc of the engineering dlelipariuent of the .Mexican golvernmenit. They will Itimakei a joint tour of inslpection ovet the initernational hotltdtary fromi the l'acilic as far cast as 1El Paso. It is desired to see that the mllonu ments erecterl in 1t8ij by the national iOluih:itry comisii lsion are in proper condi And Fix It Right. Nl:ana:guua, Nicaralgua, Nov. t 3.-T-he ('oullllercio of this city publishes a report that I ;ernlaly has sent a professor fromn the t niversity of Tubingen to study the volcanoues of Central Amierica. WHO IS TO SECURE AUSTRIAN THRONE? THIS IS THE QUESTION OVER WHICH EUROPE HAS BEEN TO SPECULATE AND GOSSIP. [Correspondence of the Associated PI'tss.] Dresden, Saxony, Nov. 5.--A letter re ceived here from Vienna gives sonme inter estillg gossip aboutt the Austrian sucCes sion. In spite of oflicial denials, it is not impossilcle that there is some truth in the story recently published in the Neue Buda pest Abend Illaetter, about the intended abdication of the heir Ijresumptive to the Austrian throne, Archduke Francis Ferdi nand, in favor of his nephew, the 5 -year old Archduke ('harles Francits. T'here is no quclestioni that the young prince has, for a couple of years past. at tracted a greatly enhanced interest in Aus tria, and that unusual care is being be slowed upon his educalti,n, in view of his proximity to the throne. A few years ago, when IFrancis Ferdinand's health was very indiferent, his younger brother, ()tto, the father of Charlcs Francits, was for a time informally put forward ias the inmmtediate siucccssor of Francis Jo.selph. Subse qutently, it was rumoredl that Otto had ex pre..std his readiness to surrender his rights in favor of his son, an exceptionally handlsome Iy, whose bright, intelligent looks andl sel co,ntidletnt, good humored rexpressitonl Jht;s alreatdy done ttich to eti dar hint Ito the Atstriians. They All Get in It. In maI;tters directly aliecting ilthe interests of the dynasty not only the reigning sov crcign, but other memblers of the imperial lhoutse, exercise a Considerable influence on such important decisions as those concern ing the suclcessttion to the throntle, and it is only a man of strong will who canl resist the urgent representations of a family council of the imperial Ihouse. The strong att itiudc taken by Francis Ferdinandl oil certain political and national questionls has, it is feared, placed him in conllict with implortant elemncits of the lopulation of the monarchy. 11is clerical and antti Bermani tendenlcies do not please the hulk of the Germans in Austria, and his clerical views are equally distasteful to the liberal Magyars in Hungary. In their circumstances, and rentelmbering that the emperor still enjoys robust health antd may be expected to live several years, it is conceivable that an clffort may be made, to induce the heir Iresumllltive to subserve hiis ights to his nephew. The emperor ascended the throne at the age of 18, in virtue of the abdication of his uncle, llluperor Ferdinand, and a , simtilar rcttlnciation on the part of his father, Archduke Franz Charles. The ilm perial family was convicted at that time of revolution and peril for the dynasty. An energetic ruler was thought essential and that the cxperienrce of the youth of t8 was a smaller dtisadvantage than the less vigor otus iltitatise of a mantt advanced in years. He Is Not the Man. While IFrancis Ferdinand is in the p.tinic of life, there is somlte apprehllensionl that ith position Iie hIas adopted mlay seri ttusly increase the dilificulties of a suffi cienttly clubarra;ssit g situation. Furthermore the wanlt of confidclle felt it his clerical adtvisers is calculated to cx cite sltspicioi t is to the possibility of his being ituduced by powerful ecclesiastical tactors to embark oi coutrses which tight imperil the stability of the monarchy. \Vhile these cionsiderations might lead lilt memlltlbers of the imperial family to swish for atnother stuccessor to tilhe throne less comtpromised by his public expression of vi\\s, ;nld Imore poptular with all his future shijects, it does not at all follow that their counllcils will prevail with the archduke. lie is a Itmant of quite excep tional indllpendentl ce of character, whose iron detcermination has before now broke down very powerful opposition to his own views. The ambition attributted to his very clever wife, who is enthusiastically devoted to the clerical cause, would seem to clonfirm rather than;l weake.n Il.i resist ancC to an;lly suLch proposition. SCARLET FEVER ON RAMPAGE Fifteen Cases Reported to Health Officer Since November 1. Fifteen cases of scarlet fever have been reported to the health officer since the first of Xovembr. The cases have been increasing since the opening of thile schools. The disease does not appear to be ma lignant, and but oise death has been re ported. That was the death of lilda Nel son, whose parents live in the rear of No. 624 East (alncua street. The health au thorities supervised the private funeral or dered. HOW'S THIS! W\\e olTer ()lie Iundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot bp cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. C'IEN I:EY & Co., Props., Toledo, O. W\e, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly Ihonorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. \Vest & Truax, Wholesale l)ruggists, To ledo, O. \Valding, Kiinian & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mu. cons surfaces of the system. Price, 75c per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Testi mtonials free. Hall's Family Pills are the best * NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Jennie E. O'Connor, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed, administratrix of the .estate of Jennie E. O'Connor, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first publication of thisl notice, to the said administratrix, at Room No. 4, No. 49 West Park street, Butte city, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate in the county of Silver Bow, state of Mon tana. ALICE M. O'CONNOR, Administratrix of the Estate of Jennie E. O'Connor, deceased, Dated Butte, Montana, this 5th day of October, o902. THOMPSON CAMPBELL, Attorney for Administratrix. FEDERAL JURY WILL CONSIDER P. A. O'F, JUDGE KNOWLES DELIVERS CHARGE TO TWELVE GOOD MEN AND TRUE IN HELENA, SPC.ITAt. TO INTER Not i rAINt.j liclina, Nov. 13.-Judge Knowles yester day delivered the charge to the United States grand jury and work was begun at 3 o'clock, Those who were chosen to serve are: F. I.. (;raves of IHannack. foreman ; Charles 1). (G;reenfield. W. .J. llartwig, E. .alonde, E. A. Macrum, Knute Opheim, IfI. M. Parchen, l)eforrcst Hledges, J. N. IKenk. Moses Morris, F. i. Reynolds and C. I'. 'VanWart of I elena; A. F. Bray of lntite: J. ('. Furman of Augusta; John Sockerson of Basin, and George \V. Morse of I 'hil ipshurg. monK the iiiilmportant matters to come before the jury is the case of P. A. O'Far roll, editor of the Reveille and A. W. Ilrouse, the publisher of that paper, who are to answer to a charge of sending ob jcctionable matter through the unails. LITTLE BITS BY TELEGRAPH Tiny Items of News of the World Boiled Down for Busy Readers. To Stay 15 Long Years. lntur:it, Nov. tIJ--Frank C. Andrews, tli convicted vice president of the City Savings banllk. left at . :4o a. in. for Jack sln and the state prison-to begin his 15 year sentence. Baker City Woman Drowned. l'ortland. ()re.. Nov. t3.-A special to the ()regoni:an from Wallace, Idaho, says: Mrs. J. F. \Whitney, a milliner from Baker City, Ore., jumped from a tugboat on Lake ('ocur d'Alenc yesterday and was drowned. To W\atch Canadian Border. Victoria, It. C., Nov. 13.-Robert \Vat Ichrn, special United States insipector of immigration, is here with a view of int proving the system of inspection to pre vent immigrants from entering the United 'tailcs. At Last! Managua. Nicaragua. Nov. t.-'l'he Ni caragulan government from the proceeds of a tax of i per cent per pound levied ill exports of colTee has paid the interest due in January, 193o, on the bonds of 1t94. . To Reduce Army. \\a.lhington, Nov. I3.-A ablegranm re ceived at the Colombia legation from Bo gota announces that the Colombian gov eminent is rapidly reducing its army since coniditions are such that it is not n:cessary to mailltain as large an army as was or ganized because of the revolution. Guilty of Manslaughter. A.hnuld, Ore., Nov. it.-J. A. McDl)on al;h of Klamathon, , who shot and killed Edward I .ou,.ks and . ecnry uloover at I'okegamna, Siskiyou county, last July, has oeen on trial at YreKa, Cal.. during the past week for the murder of I.oucks. T'he jury last night brought in a verdict that Mc)onald is guilty of manslaughter. Will Get After Them. Sorla, Nov. it3.-Owing to a scrics of raids committed during the past two years by ioutlaws front across the border, on the tract of territory lying between nlllnnt and that in the PuInjab, it has been decided to dispatch four surprise columns of 8oo each to force the \VWazires, who have been harboring the raiders on British terri tory. She Did Good Work. Port Townsend, \\'ash., Nov. r3.-The revenue cutter, Daniel Manning, which has beent onl patrol duty in Arctic waters, re turned here yesterday and is awaiting orders. During the summer the Manning rescued five sailors stranded on Desert Island from the wrecked schooner J. B. Ward. SAmong The Toilers CIVIC FEDERATION TO MEET Will Consider Many Things of Great Interest to Labor World. [IaY AsSoc.IA'IcoD IR.I:SS.] New York, Nov. 13.--() December 8, 9 and £o the annual meeting of the indus trial department of the National Civic Federation will be held in this city. Nearly all the mnemlbers of the executive committee have already promised to be present. The federation has sent to, 5,000 manufacturers a list of questions as to a plan for the securing of a shorter working day through voluntary agreement. "The limits of conciliation" and "com pulsory or voluntary arbitration" are two mlore subjects that will be treated exten sively. Restriction of output, joint agree ments between organizations of employers and employes and the incorporation of unions will also be discussed. WANT RAISE IN SCHEDULE Employes of Southern Pacific Have Con ference With the Officials. [BY ASSOC.IAI'iI) Irt(eS ] Saitn rancisco, Nov. 13.-A committee representing the Brotherhood of Locomo tive Engineers is in conference with II. J. Small, superintendent of motive power. About three weeks ago the engineers handed to Mr. Small their demands for a new schedule of wages. This demand is for an increase of zo per cent and has been under consideration by the officials of the bouthern Pacific. Assistant to the President Krutt Schnitt is conferring with the railway telegraph operators, who have asked for an advance in wages. To Avoid Strikes. l[y ASSOCIATEiD i'PsSS.) Boston, Nov. 13.-An agreement has been reached by the Master Carpenters' association and the United Carpenters' council for a permanent voluntary joint committee to settle all affairs of mutual concern to employers and workmen in that trade, thus avoiding strikes and lock outs. YOU CAN BUY clothes in scores of stores, yet you can count the stores in Butte on the fingers of one hand in which you have absolute confidence. Two marked features of our clothing appeal strongly to every sensi ble man. We neither buy nor sell "shoddy" or cotton mixed clothes, and no matter how low the price may be, All Our Clothes Are Mlade to Fit. Clothes that fit are appreciated; they are taken care of; they look better, wear better, and are better than the ordinary thrown-together kind. When we sell a man clothes, he will surely have his money's worth. Open Every Saturday Night Until 10 O'Clock & Marx HaodTadored THIS CUT represents all-wool cheviot suits in mixtures and black--they are such suits ais ordina rily sell for $18.50 and $20.00. We will sell them tomorrow for $11.75 The New Overcoats are Handsome and Comfortable YOU WOULD scarcely suppose that you could buy an all-wool, heavy overcoat, well made and lined and up to the "Connell standard" in Sall respects, for - . al $11.75 That' s the price as long as this lot lasts- we have 50 of them. If you paid $18.CO to $2000 for similar over Hart. coats elsewhere it Schal.her would not surprise us. 'T'la or ,'a de Clothes, ..Unshrlnkable Sanitary" Wool Underwear Is the Best. WE PLACE on sale tomorrow 100 dozen men's elastic ribbed wool underwear at 75c a garment. The regular price is $1.25. 100 DOZEN men's Oxford grey wool and camel's hair socks, medium weight. Thie regular price is 25c a pair. We will sell this lot at half-price--2 pairs for 25c. MEN'S GLOVES--There is not a house in the Northwest that shows such a variety of gloves as we do--over 100 kinds of working gloves, besides gaunt lets and dress gloves. We are selling genuine buck gloves for $1.00 a pair; real value $1.50. HAVE YOU HEARD about our splendid dress shoes with heavy soles for $3.50 a pair; they are mar vels for wear and looks. You know all about Hanan's Shoes--they are now beyond criticism. Everybody that wears them once will not be without them. We are Ssole agents in Butte. M. J. Connell Company CIGARS ioiestaI bSWEND CARLSON, Butte, Montana A child of Mrs. Geo. T. Bcnson, when getting his usual Saturday night bath, stepped back against a hot stove which burned him severely. The child was in great agony and his mother could nothing to paify him., Remembering that she had a botte of Chamberlain's Pain Balm in the house she thought she would try it. In less than half an hour after applying it the child was quiet and asleep and in less than two weeks was well, Mrs. Benson is a well known resident of Kellar, Va.' Pain Balm is an antiseptic liniment and especially valuable for burns, cuts, bruises and sprains. For sale by Paxson & Rocke feller, Newbro Drug Co., Christie & Leys, Leys, Newton Bros.