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of the Agel Good-natured woman kind have flocked to the RED BOOT for the past three days, and they will con inue to flock as never before. The Story Is Simple Because we are selling, and will continue to sell, FOSTER CO.'S most beautiful foot coverings for women, which sell in the greatest cities in America and $7.00 a pair, at .......... 4 Shoe Bargains Count And that they count at the RED BOOT has been fully demonstrated by the way the people have gathered here for the past few days. Comoe EARLY IOMORROW. Here is what is in store for you: SNAPS! SNAPS! Ladles' Canvas, Kool Cloth and Vici Kid Colonial Oxfords, worth $a.oo to $a.So............... ....95c Ladles' Ideal Kid, Welted and Turned Sole Oxfords, most all sizes and widths; $3.oo to t$.oo values at .......................... $1.95 Ladies' Fine Dongola Boots, with heavy and light soles, patent and stock tips, worth $.s, t ............................ . $1.35 Ladies' Fine.. Vici Kid, patent tip, opera heel, light flexible soles; worth $4.00, at............. $1.95 Babies' and little boys' and little girls fine Dress Shoes; all hand made; worth $:.So, at............ 95C Misses', little boys' and children'. clegant bright leather Shoes, in hand ttrn, welted and McKay fastened soles; worth from $3.00 to $4.00 a pair, at............... $1695 Misses', children's and babies' fine Slippers, in one, two and three strap styles; worth $z.oo $to S.oo a pair, at $z.:s, ose and................................ Boys', youths' and little gent's Shoes shown on bargain tables at a mere fraction of former value. Misses', ladies', children's and boys' Tennis' Slip per.; worth 7Sc to $s.oo........................... 50 Misses', children's and child's fine Dress and Vacation Shoes, in the latest style button; worth from $2.5o to $a.oo, at............................. C W. And Here is Where the MEN .. folks Get In Men's DIG. GERS, worth $t.So, at .. ... . 95c e aMn's Fine Kan garoo Dress Shoes, from Webber Bros'., UNION STAMPED, t he very latest toe shapes; styles, con g rgress or lace; worth $3o50, at.... . $1.95 Douglas' $30So Linen Shoes for men, at........... $2.65 Douglas' $3.o50 Russian Calf Blu cher style shoes for men at........... $2.95 Douglas' $3.So men's Oxfords, 26 styles to select from, at..,,..... NORTHERN PACIfIC SUNDAY EX CURSION .'I'AIN STARTS. Next Mudat _tl Northern Pacific will In. aug M 1 4 .d lxcursion train service to W ldb Alder and Lntermediate pol "rna will 1ave Dutte cach Sunday at sap,$J tetwnlrng, leave Alder at 3:43 P. M., Ftv qf Sat Butts at . p. m. Special rates to o ooa on tis trai.t oa;ly. Yor par O1 or write. W. IJ. MIUT iMAN, e.aeral Agent Northern lPcific RoUway. HEARTY PRAISE FOR THIS COUNTRY VENEZUELANS IN BANQUET IN NEW YORK PAY TRIBUTE TO THE UNITED STATES. PAPERS COME IN FOR HONOR Opinion Is Expressed That Defeat of Rebels at Cuidad Bolivia Ends the Revolution. BY ASSOCIArtI: PRES. New York, July 72.-General Jose M.an uel iHernandez, Venezuela's new ministcr to Washington, has been the guest of honor at a ba.nluct gisve by the Vene zuelan colony of New York. SAbout 25 of the veteran's compatriots were present to greet him. Responding to an address of welcoime, General Hlernandez said he was glad to be back in the United States, which he loved like his own country. He also proposed toasts to President Roosevelt and to the American press., which, he said, was always a strong ally of Venezuela when the latter needed aid. Senor Pulido, Venezuela.n charge at Washington, the only English speaker, said the Venezuelans owed the country a great debt of gratitude for its part in the arbitration of the claims made against Venezuela by European powers. "When in need of a friend," said he, "we can always find one in this country." Those present expressed the opinion that the defeat of the Insurgents at Cuidad Bolivia ends the present disturbance in Venezuela. MISS HATHERELL IS A BRIDE Popular Butte Girl Becomes Mrs. George Plummer of 'Frisco. 'Miss Sadie M. Hlatherell of this city and George Plummer of San Francisco were married in that city a few days ago. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hiatherell and was a teacher in the Franklin school and a great favor Ite among those who know her in this city. The bridegroom is well established in business in San Francisco and the two have been devoted friends for several years. The good wishes of a host of friends go with Mr. and Mrs. Plummer Into their new home. Burglary Is Charged. County Attorney Brccn has filed an informs. tion in the district court against Henry Stork and L.ouib (;. tiin Ch gig burglary. They v ill e .rreaiugu Frid l' They are alleged to L:e ,' ,Ihcl d th I I i of (IGtrrge T''. Vat W'art r iI (. WV. \':n \V'.rt, 64 Col,,rado street, Jui') r, of n .1 1'* wortih .15. The state's aitnt's;s are I. WV. Collins, t;, W. Turner, WV. C. Smith, G;. T. Van W\'rt, John A. Lawrence, Mr. Blake and John Buchanan." IN AN AUTO WRECK Car Overturns With Fatal Results While Going at a Terrible Speed. TWO OTHERS INJURED Machine Runs Away and Becoming Unmanage able, Goes In the Air. 5Y ASSOCIATFD PtRSs. New York, July a.--Mrs. Adelaide Hawley of New Milford, I'a., was in stantly killed, a woman with her in an automobile party seriously injured and a third person hurt by the overturning of their car, going at a tremendous rate of speed on Ocean Park way at Caton avenue, Brooklyn. In the automobile were Mrs. Hawley, AMrs. Elizabeth IElberts of New Milford, Pa.; Edward E. Ilawley's son, who had charge of the machine; a little girl and a little boy. The wheels went into the air, the car careening and the occupants were hurled out and to the ground with tremendous force. Mrs. Elberts suffered a concussion of the brain. Her face was badly cut and she is in a serious condition. Mr. Hawley was badly cut and bruised. The children were unhurt. PYTHIAN KNIGHTS TO DANCE Ball at Columbia Gardens Tonight Promises to Be Social Success. Tonight there will he a dance at the gardens by the Knights of Pytlhas. It is an invitation affair and those who have the arrangements in charge promise a select crowd and an enjoy. able time. An orcthstra has been secured especially for this occasion. Those who will act as floor committees are: Joseph Benedict, L. J. Harris, Alfred Doull, John McManus, Hlugh Johnson, Sig Schilling, Wade Steele, Morris Cohen, Joseph Vogler, Scott Lisle, Thomas Mtennie, A. B. Ayers, Clem Vogel, Guy 0. Cady, II. R. Cohen, Bert Tregay, T. II. Wilson, D. A. McDonald, Harry llnffman, Arthur Perham, E. I'. llolton. Among the names on the reception commit tee are: S. R. White, J. E. Rickards, J. B. Gallagher, John F. Davies, James Doull, George Bour quin, Daniel Yancey, James R. Anderson, avid Maule, T. J. Bennett., John BIeatty, Jr., David Meiklejohn, Lee Mantle, Dr. J. S. Hammond. John G. Evans, C. I!. Smith, John N. Kirk, D. J. Charles, E. A. Ford, Dr. Louis Bernheim, George Mennie, A. N. Yoder, W. A. Pennington, George T. Wade. It has been arranged to have the exclusive use of the pavilion for the evening, and every thing indicates that the affair will be a social success. FILE FINDINGS OF FACT Attorneys in Western Union Injunction Case Present Documents. Attorneys for the Western Union Tele graph company in the injunction suit against the Pin and Messenger Boys' unions and others, heard before II. N. Blake, special master, have filed a dozen or more typewritten pages of findings of fact with the master. The attorneys for the defense expected to file their findings with the master Sat urday. After the master has made his report to Judge Knowles of his findings in the case the respective attorneys will appear before Judge Knowles and argue for and against the adoption of certain findings. This will probably be in August. Attorneys for the telegraph company in their findings contend that the evidence shows the defendants should be restrained from interfering with the company's busi ness, while the other side will seek In their findings to establish that the de fendants were not guilty of the charge. LOOKS LIKE A BIG SUCCESS Everything Ready for the United Irish bocieties' Picnic. The annual picnic of the United Irish societies of Butte at l)ecr l.odge Sunday promises to take many members of the societies to the beautiful county seat of Powell county for the day. The Northern Pacific is planning to furnish three special trains to carry people to and from Deer Lodge for the day. The round trip price of tickets will be $S. The trains will leave Butte at 8:30 a. m., 11:3o a. m. and i p. im., and, re. turning, leave Deer Lodge at 6:30 p. m., 9 p. nm and ti :,o p. m. The money derived front the picnic will be turned into the fund being raised for the erection of a monument to Gen. Thomas Francis Meagher. * SUNDAY SCHOOLS TO PICNIC The Mesderville Methodist Elpiscopal church Sunday school and the Silver Itow P'ark Methodist Episcopal church Sunday school will picnic tomorrow at the Nine-Mile house. The children will leave the Meadervills church in seven large tallyhos at g o'clock in the morning. A committee consisting of John Dobb, Thomas Adams, P'aul Adams and Joseph Skews has charge of the affair. Increase In Freight. Shippers receiving goods sent over the lake and rail routes after tomorrow will find an increase in the amount of the freight charges, as the lake and rail routes have demanded more freight money from the railroads and there has been an according increases made by the railroads. By the lake and rail route is meant the lines of beats and roads handling goods between Boston, New York, Iuffalo and other points via railroads and the lakes to Superior and Duluth. The increase will amount to from a to 6 cents per hundred upon first and othet classes of goods. The different railroad offices in Butte received word today that the Increase would become effective tomorrow. tonvicted of Murter. Union, Mo., July a2.-George Collins, bank robber, was last night convicted of murder in the first degree for the killing of James J. Schumacher near Stanton, Mo., January 24. The. penalty prescribed is death. INCIPIENTI PANIC II PARK STREET DOG AND PONY SHOW PARADE DIS TURBED BY A DOG FIGHT AND A BAD BABOON. ELEPHANTS TRUMPET LOUDLY Horses Start to Run Away, But Prompt Action of Employes Prevents Serious Trouble. A lively mix-up, which might have re sulted disastrously but for prompt action by oflicials with the show, resulted in front of the postoflce this morning when the Norris & Rowe dog and pony show was passing. A small boy gave a huge baboon a bad peanut. The baboon resented the insult by reach ing for the boy and fetching him1 a box on the ear. A big Newfoundland, passing in the street, barked at the hubub and a great bulldog, perched on one of the wagons with the show, thinking himself chal lenged, escaped down and began to roll the Newfoundland over in the dust. The elephants, finding the dogs fighting under their feet, grew alarmed and trumpeted in fear and a two-horse team, hearing the elephants roar, ran away and backed into a store. The Butte Bad Boy. All this because a gamin could not re frain from feeding the alonkeys. A crowd had gathered in front of the posttfice to see the parade. Well near the head of the procession was a wagon drawn by six little ponies and in this wagon in a cage was one of the biggest baboons a kind Creator ever let live. A ragged youngster walked besile this cage, gazing in wide-eyed admiration at its occupant. The baboon winked lazily, but made no overture. Finally, the boy gave the monkey a peanut. It must have been bitter, for the baboon fetched the boy such a hox on the ear, through the bars, as sent hint spinning and then, furious with rage, shook the bars tun til they rattled. Dogs Get Into a Fight. A large Newfoundland usually seen about the vicinity of the postoflice began to bark. A big white bulldog leapt down from his wagon anid going to the black dog, asked him, In canine tongue, whether lie meant any insinuations. The Newfoundland replied in kind and in the twinkling of all eye, the two were rtlling in the street. They fought under the feet of the troop of elephants, follow ing ctlose behind, Iulling under the big hoofs in their rage, quite forgetful of the danger. Hfero, a big bull which leads the herd, began to dance about. If there is any thing an elephant is afraid of it is a bull dog. hero trumpeted in his fear and a tramn close by grew wild with fear. Back Onto Sidewalk. The driver endeavored In vain to hold .his horses. They backed onto the side walk against the door of a store. The circus men were prompt and flew to the rescue by scores. The elephants were goaded into submission and hurried down the street. A good stout kick sent the Newfoundland doubling anmd the bull dlog was whipped back onto his perch. A half-a-dozen men grabbed the frightened horses and the balmoon' trainer got ldownu anid poked him with a spear. And in five minutes, none would have guessed that anything had happened. PUBLICATION IS PREVENTED Editor Decides Not to Use a Cartoon of Mrs. Stuyvesant Fish. BY ARSOCIATED I'kI:SS. Newport, R. I., July aa.-Tlire is gre:at rejoicing in Crossways, the summer resi deuce of Mr. and Mrs. Stuyvesant, over the success of the Illinois Central rail way's president In suppressinlg publication in a local periodical, of a cartoon, in which hIe asserted Mrs. Fish would be held ul, to ridicule. Mr. Fish 'heard Friday that the cartoon h:ld been drawn and for three days he argued with the editor who declared he in tended to publish it. Mr. Fish called finalily on his attorneys and discussed getting out an injunction. 'I'his was not considered feasible and Mr. Fish Invoked the aid of Chief of Police Richards. The latter succeeded in convincing the editor that he had better omit the cartoon. BROTHER OF LADY BRASSEY Body of a Man Found Dead Is Finally Identified. DY ASSOCIATED i ESia. Berkley, Cal,, July aa.-The body of a man found with a bullet hole in his head near this town last Friday night has been identified as that of A. Allnutt, who applied for work at an Oakland planing mill a few days ago. lie said he was a 1lritish subject and a brother of Lady Iiras sey, wife of Sir William Brassey, for. m.erly a lord of the admiralty. As a Preservative of Wood There Is nothing better than our ready mixed paint. If your gates, fences and out buildings are properly painted, they will not only look better, but will last twice as 16ng. CARDER WALL PAPER CO. C. V. FRANZZMAN, Prop, sil W. Park it., KInl Blk. 'Phone so. Ranney Refrigerator PRICE REDUCTIONS Will Be an Important Feature of This Week's Selling in Our $75,000 Clearance Sale The difference in your favor of a season's ice bill is a strong point in favor of Ranney Refrigerators. The differ ence in your favor on prices during this sale is another strong point. That they are the best from all points can not be truthfully denied. It's a pleasure to show them, and you will find it profitable to buy them, because at these reduced figures they are lower in price than the ordinary kinds. A cool July has made it warm'for ' August Refrigerator Prices Thirty No. 4o.1 Mascot Ranney refrigerators, a.t inches wide, 16 inches deep and y3 inches high, removable drain pipes, bIrass Rolman gold finishcd trlmminngs, galvanired ironl ice racks, rasily cleaned; removable end ice compartments and ball-bearing casters. Price reduced from $: 3.5o to .......................................$ .00 Ten only, No. 404 Mascot Ranney refrigerators, made from kilt dried lumber, free from knots; rich golden finish, strong, durable locks and hinges. is ,a inches wide, 17 inches deep and stands 41 inches high, large swinging door itn front and hinged top door to Ice compartment. !Price reduced from .7.o00 to ............................... . 00 Six only, No. 41a Masent Ranney refrigerators, stationary top, ice and Iproviion collllartlient doors, both open fromn the trout, d,ors otll,le panitled, tllliling brass finished In Romanl goldl. This is a large reifriglt ator (5o inches high) :Iand takes up very little floor space. Price reduced from $:o.uo to .................................. $14.00 Three only, No. 4:6 Ranney refrigerators, stationary top. a swinging doors in front, ice capacity 75 pounds; adjustable and remov;able .he, lves, st;,nds 56 Inchres high, very large provision costpartmentrt; bhippiong weight ono pounLs. Same inl general constnruction and maten rial as No. 4 a. l'rire reduced from $9. to ................. ... ......... $18.25 Mall Us Your Orders--We Pay the Freight. BrownfieldCanty Carpet Co. M8 to 54 West Park, 41 to 43 West Galena Street, Butte. CONFESS TO TRAIN WRECKING Two Men Captured in Virginia Implicate a Woman. BY AaS'r'IATPI) PAill R. Roanoke, Va., Jtuly 22.-A detective has arrestedl James W. bailey andc Johul W. Kenndcly near Shenandoah, chargedl with wrecking a Norfolk & Western passenger train near Greenville oni the night of Die cemlber sa last, when Enginceer Wcslcy Biailey was killer, Ilailey has dpleatedl guilty and was scent to St:aunton jail without Itnd, charged with nmurder. In a swornt confession they said they pilanned with Mrs. Ellen Paynter to wreck tile train and kill any passenlgers who iKght escape death in the wreck. Only the engineer was killed andst the plan of wholesale murder was aebanldoned. Mrs. Paynter, who comes from North Carolinta, will be arrested. Excursion to the Park. The first of the excursions fromi Ilutte to the National park will hle run by the Northern P'acifi: railroad July 3l, and already the inclhca lion' pointt to a liheral patronage. 'lhe coni pe:ny will sell tikek is for the trip at $1pr n, which will Itnludee railroad fare to a,(nd from Itlltt'e sleping car fare, transpotaltiJtn chalrgees Ie, the fpirk and neal sand lodging at the park hIteles. The tlctketd tall for five stll uone all days in Wonderland. Three Bodies Recovered. SY ARSOCIATr.D PIRse, Everett, Wash., July sa. -The ,eldies of Misses Solomotn and Warner and I'. (;. Foster, who were drowned Sunday by tlhe overturning of a salltbat, have been re covered a few feet from where they went dlown. Both women were found clinging to Foster. -- I GREATLY WORRIEf OVER FINANCE& STOCKHOLDERS OF NEW YORIK BUILDING AND LUAN COM PANY SEEKING LIGHT. lY A:'ir'IAIN II Il l tS . New York, Juily 2J. Fourtieen thloisan4 stockhohlers In the New York ituliilingI 6I .Loan Itanking omplany, a .mujority of per, Sions of limited means, reshiling in (;reate New York, are anxioutbly awaitinll netioA on the report of the referce appointed on complaint of the banking ldepartmleni.t miadg last l)cemllber to examine inlto the solv. en'y of the Institutioni, which claimlls asset of over $8,ooo,o00. One of the men connected with the head ollice of the company declarerd no copy Ihad, been received of the referees' report and nothing will lie done until it comes he fore the supreme court, Tluesday, in Al. banty. Ifo. said there had been oo3,0 alppicla. tinln for withdlrawal sinrr tIhe liivestiga. tion began, but that owing ti tthe rule that the association can pay out only one hall of its income about 70o had been unable to withdraw. The sworp report of the company for June t, 19gd, givel the total assets at $8,746,680o; total earnings, $.~,so9,468.661 guaranty fund and surplus, $577,01a,88. Painless ,Leaves no excuse for any man or woman to have missing teeth, snag. Dentistry gled teeth, Jecayed and offensive teeth. The homeliest face is imr proved by good appearing, clean teeth, even though they be not the prettiest. A smile showing a missing tooth is a ghastly sight, even in the mouth of an otherwise pretty woman. The New York have an absolutely painless method, and their prices are very low for the Dentists best work known to modern dental science. They have killed off high prices and bad work. Best gold crowns $5.oo; best bridge teeth $5.oo; gold fillings $z.oo; silver fillings 5oc; sets of teeth $5.oo. Get free estimate of work you need. New York Dental Parlors 8o West Park. Over Symons'. Hours 9 to p. Sundays 9 to ia.