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BELGIUM SECURES
NOTED MORESNOT
PRUSSIA SURRENDERS HER CLAIMS
FOR SMALL CASH CON
SIDERATION.
GAMBLERS CAUSE TROUBLE
Monte Carlo Is Established and Gilded
Youth Dissipate Their
J ' Patrimony.
fly AS. O t'IA'illt Ii ti 1.
Terlin, AugK. -.h.- .\lltcilurg. oar Neutral
Mforeinot, a little neultral districtt coverinlg
one and ai half s.iliare stiiles anl having a
population tof tlicme 2.Son soulsll h as tc,.sedl
to he, PIrussia ha inilg surrenderedi her
clainl~, diatling fromi the Napoleonic periodl,
to lcelgiimn, in vie.w of a tcalsh consiler;a
tiun tIhat ait lprest" nt is nol t disclosed. .
lallaoa ig the NalpoleonCic settlmenallla
iboth iel l agium and Prussiia tclaimed \,lorts
flot.
They uagreed in Ia86 to let tlihe iailhhi
tants rule Ithemsellsl,l and sit th i
lMoret.ot has been pr.atically a repuihlic.
ginv'rni'ld by an cIth ie m c mayoir anal it
Collln iltllll, ltt tiltutlll.s being the cudc aof
Napoleon.
l'ite rrlpubllic altt allong well until a few
tintllltlhs agoi, awha gail allers from lia .llge
a tlllaig pavilion in l -retacnt, which wait
designed toi rival Moi.te Ciarlo.
A casinolai %%-: c ar ll l;lao t tealk .ai l lthe
,German andaa Illatian press containedal re
poirts of the distinguished persons i r
rotnding the tabiles, eIpte ially rich Molths
from ( oliogne.
The attention i f bath aIgovernmentsl . wias
drawn to the il an maiillll s state l io thei- terri
tory tand a qulick exchange olf tmliln nic a
tions restlted in an algrl aent that 'ruls
ila lwoul sell her claims tic Iltlgiunt.
TO SETTLE THEIR TROUBLES
Paper Box Makers of the Country Get
Together.
t1a .1 - I A. l I l I 'tfi SR.
N.ew ' ork, Aug. 26i.- I I a tnovel plain
of coinipromicea leadingi ilnterests in tihe
United litox lo.rd anti PapeI:lr licompany
andl the independenliiilt co'rrratlions itn the
tlame line of busini es aret :iibouit to settle
their dIilicaulties . ainu iare negotiating to
unite theltr inlitelrrat in ith ai way thtat
abouiit o lpitr rent of the tbox toitard output
will lie consti lo datd.
The plai aitis Ia ed a ). ili hl t iln t dependent
on cii ntriactl s which place tihe haiidliog of
the c",oinhtild propttipi s t ic hii n tiar powerl '
of a silcige corrlitraitial,
'l'here are now t oiticit iindependlc entl
companies i a d. il it is ill-dlerstooiti that ltter
iltians will b Ie male to take Uill thle iil
amalgamatic ion iof the ix Icard andt l hteavy
laier ;iimanufa;ctui ring iter lsts.
CALLS AMERICA THE LEADER
Lord Brassey, London Chamber of Com
merce, Talks in Boston.
Ith \ -i I.Attn1 P i S' :.
" l st.to. 'urg. :.-- l.rd I rasey. ril
untft ;utlth..'lfy. and priid t' of tile I.VOl
d(on chi.:li elrr oif coiil:IIerce. \sho is here
lookingg -ver the 1,iwini.s and shipping in
ttr(sts., has exIpre Ced ti(e e(lirf that the
Uniti d State.. s.lth htl r trentendlutus re
sources, is tu liultti dly d\-tined to be a
ntaval fower.
lIe prediits. n\Oii~ to prsent condition=.
at thast a partial di.armaiinit on the conil
tinent. in France. (Ierlnlllly and Rus.sia.
It is only a sue'-tio 4f time." he saidl.
"when the fleets of the i'nitld Statei still
ble raisedl to the first rank. Potentially the
United S.tates is, cimlparatively. the grea!
est naval poiter in the wirlI. Sher has the
great(et res ur¢tcs n;l it is only a qiues
tiun of policy with her."
DR. C. G. TIEDMAN IS DEAD
Dean of Buffalo Law School Passes
Away.
11t' As iiiIA.i li i'R1 t
New York. Aug. 2,.- I)r. th'liist lh.r I.
Tir ianII. It11an f the Iltlfalo law schiol,
is di a il at hoI ,ii al i il this city froim a
surgical operation.
l1e was ornr at (harleston, S. C.. July
26, I867. land sats Iprofesor of law in the
lUniversity of .MI.sou.ri for to years.
For six ysars he held the position at
New '.kk univilsit-y.
)r. T" ieilnain wn i the author of a tiitn -
her of hoks and paplers on legal topic,.
DAUGHTERS GET A FORTUNE
IWill of the Late Alice Skae Is Filed in
San Francisco.
InV ASSi IA'I ID I'II Ss.
San Francisco. Aug. 6.,-An authenti
cated copIy of the will of the late Alice
Skae, who died rec.ently in New York, has
been filed in that state.
1Her estate is worth $noo.ono.
It is placed with a New York trust comn
pany in trust for Alice Skae, her daugh
ter, who is the chief legatee.
Jeanette Skae Temple and Mary Skae,
both of Canada, are left $no,0,oo each.
CLEVELAND BABY IS NAMED
Boy Is Called Francis Grover by Brothers
and Sisters.
nY ASOiI' IA' ED IRISRS.
New York, Aug. 26.-Th. e haby boy re
cently horn to Mrs. Grover Cleveland at
Buzzard's Bay, Mass.. has been christened
Francis Grover Cleveland, a name selected
by the other children, after their father
and mother.
--IS TH, TIME
Pay $25.00 Down
Balance $10 Month
GET ONE OF THOSE LOTS IN THE
McQueen Addition
Opposite new smelter building. Steel work now being
erected. City water.
This Is the, THE THOMPSON CO
Place... IS West Broadway, Butte, Mont.
DEATH IN SIORM
ALONG THE COAST
SEVERAL PERSONS LOSE THEIR
LIVES IN DISTURBANCE AT
SANDY HOOK.
MANY BOATS ARE DAMAGED
Reliance and the Shamrock Have
Narrow Escape From
Injury.
flY .4,'ho A I· I PHI !'S,
New Yolk, Aug. .6. t northwest wind
and electrical sturmt struck Sandy Hook
shortly after 5; o'clok last Right and the
Shamr,,ck aoil Reliance and a tlret of half
a ditn rof fine yau htbt, including the Erin,
(', ()liver Iselin's Smuieamt and Ilerres
hull's Roaecr, were it ,r, it dlager for a
time.
'I he yncht Iiurek.,. hlt.aking frmn her
amechrage, was luwn violently a;uitist a
Ciol sc.:iw anld ca;riledi th scow before it.
It scenied for a tilme that the two boats
Waitul crash into the Shamrock, which lay
almoist in the path of the gale, not a hun
drcl yards awa;Y'.
lThe Rclivaw'r lay in a iposition more out
of idanger. The mi ,rings of the Shani
rock aoil Relianiie hell fat. though the
indl bhlew their bow' around into the face
of the gale violently, and Ltugged hard at
their calles.
Sir 'I'holmas .ipton left the Erin befIure
the storm broke andI. with I lonel Smith,
i'olonel trIhanik and ('ulottel Stewart,
c~ut.tuaider oI Fort Ilatciceck, viewed the
hlu, in the hay. a.xiusisly from the comn
niauil rs utarters on Sandy Hook.
I.ilhtning la-li-ul from the inky black
sky iaIl the wind clame like a cyclonic
blast. \\Wather ,observers here aidl the
wilnd reached a velocity of nearly 4. knots.
Thel s n, .talm all day, was btiling furiously
in lues than live minutes after the suluall
struck.
ln hIlf an hiour after the stoirm broke itt
itsl fury the coilds c'le-rcl away from a
sky brilliantly ilhlu inated by the setting
stun and the wind died out as rapidly as it
hadi cute up. It lift a tunlulttlolus sea,
bre: kcers dashing higih all about Sandly
Iliok.
li tuhe gale. two wo.uc. l.st their lives
in Jam;,ica bay. I lhey were Mrs. John
)IIhIn and her sister, .Miss agna M. Ras
Iunits.n of BIrooklyll.
Tlhey went sailing in a catalltl with Mr.
Iliolht and the Iboat was iupset about half a
mile off shore. Ihulm was picked up bly a
-auliuat.
Ilhe two womaen were taken from the
water by ; Ilp:rty ill a steattI lutnllhi. but
tiI y diedl I'ttli.itl regaining cirllcluiiusiuess.
Iturint the height of the storm a huge
derrick ni the ICentral railroad of ,ew
.Iersey bridge across New at frtm Ita
)yonate t I':lir:hleth, was sweplt fromt its
suppotrts into the water, carrying with it a
utlllllu:t r of it krn. ll. Four of the ien
were driowneodand several badly injured.
OLD TROUBLE IS REOPENED
Attempt Is Made to Secure for the Poles
Representation in Hierarchy.
flY ANSS..o 1111 i ,n AS,'.
Xew York. Atul. .h.-- I)locllnllts have
1,en r.ceit. d here from William J. I).
t'tc,ke. private chamtieilirlailn to P'ope Pius
X., relatiiing to the endeavors that are he
inig iiaile to seitt'ri for the Polish popula
tion ini the I nitedl States a repriesenltation
(of their inatiionality ini the Ameiirican heir
rcihy,
Ihis action opens agaii the controivrsy
which c;laed so mt. h h friction in iq00.
ccllCnllinll the Italian;s. Slovacs, Litho
i.insi and Itohliiiu ial rplresenutat ilon
I haitierlaiin ( r.kle ays the presenlce in
IRiile of the Rev. \VWeniiceslauis Kruissicka,
rector of St. Velinla+us. at Ripon. \Vis.,
deputy of the I'atholic Polislh coiinigress of
the UInited States, is to olbtain for the
(athhlic Toles this rlpresentrtion.
' hte applicaints. it is statedI. urge the ap
pointiient of Polish hishihtl., though they
oul it ,e istlicd for the time eing with
vicar generails.
"(it of I cardiiiins concernedl, these
lldeputi' hlave seen i1," thll( cotlllluniclatitll
saysi. "andl thy ihave been welcomed and
gratiied with subtaitinial agreementt in
cacti case aild the mlatter will inileidiately
hr tiake uill by the lew Upe,"
COMPLAINT IS MADE OF PAPER
Sheet Published at Barre, Vt., Declared
to Be Anarchistic.
lCY AS4 la IAll II 'll SI ,
Montpelier, Vt., Aug. 26.-A. A. Adc,
actiing secretary of state, has formally
comllllainedl to (;lGovernor Mc('ullough of
the reulutioinary andll alarchlitic character
of a paper published in foreign language at
Harre.
The gvil.erlnor hals turiild tle matter over
to State's Attoriiney lailey with instruc
tiolns to inlvestigate the mai;ter thoroughly
andt if the laws justify such action to sup
press the lsheet.
'T'here are many anarchists in Barre,
most of theli of the miltl sort.
EXCURSION, SALT LAKE AND OGDEN
September 12 and 13.
$15.00-ROUND TRIP-$15.00
Positively last I'tahi excursionr, of the season
will leave BIutte via O(regon Short Line above
dates. Tickets limited for return Septemlber
a3. Special attraction the National Irrigation
('ongress, which meets at Ogden September Is
and iS, and tie famonusi resorts of tile Mormon
capital. IReserve berths now. Oregon Short
Iine ticket office, 1os North Mlain street,
Iutte, Montana. II. O. \Vilson, general agent.
CLANCY DECLARES
HE IS TOO BUSY
DISTRICT COURT JUDGE REFUSES
TO TAKE UP THE MINNIE
HEALY INJUNCTION.
HITS AT LAWYERS IN CASE
Restraining Order Is Continued and the
Hearing Goes Over for
a Time.
Judge (Clany declined to take up thein.
junction proceeclding in the Minnie Hely
case, which had been brought by the ie
toni & Montana company and which was
set for a hearing in his court yesterday
afternoon.
When Attorney Kelley for the flostoa &
Montana colmpany called the court's atmn
tion to the fact that the case had been set
for a hearing, Judlge Clancy replied:
"I don't want to say you lawyers are
trying to pester and devil me, but I've lot
too much to do. No, air; I won't hear
you. There are three judges in this court,
and I got a lot of business every day and
this Nipper case to attend to."
The restraining order in the case was
continued in force, and the hearing went
over.
The clerk of the court then called Judge
(:lancy's attention to the fact tLt the
hearing on the question of issalun.n in
junction and an order for a rece r, in
the two suits btrought against the I.ton &
Montana company by John Ms lints,
had also been set for that day.
The judge also denied to take them up,
and his court was adjourned to Saturday.
It is possil,le both matters will receive
attention on that day.
ASKS MONEY FROM CITY
Mrs. Ellen Rombaugh Claims Damages
by Reason of Negligence.
Because the high water caused by a
cloud burst damaged her residence, ea2j
\Vest Woolman street, Mrs. Ellen Rorn.
bough has filed a claim with the city clerk
asking for $32o.
She claims that on the afternoon of
June 25 last, there was a small cloud htlast
at the head of the gulch at the base of the
Big Ilutte which sent a torrent down the
gulch and past her house, flooding the cel
lar.
,Negligence on the part of the city in not
having a proper storm sewer is alleged.
The itemized account of her damages
follows: Carpet, Sau; provisions, $2o;
bedding, $ 5; vault, $18; fences, $8.63;
coal and wood, $8.So; wall paper, $S ..l ;
house, $12.85; three clays' cleaning sad
renovating. $6.
IN MEMORY OF J. W. COTTER
Knights of Columbus to Hold Memorial
Services Sunday.
Ilutte council, No. 668, Knights of -
lumbus, will hold memorial services Siun
day night at the Elks' hall in honor of the
mn;mory of the late J. W. Cotter. $ ,
A requlem mass for the repose of *e
soul of Mr. Cotter will also be celebraegd
at St. Patrick's church at 8 o'clock Thurs
day morning.
The memorial services include the fol
lowing parts; Evening, "Lead Kindly
I.ight," quartet of Jack Thomas, R. Hobbs,
S. Coup ,and C. F:. Sully; roll call; address
by grand knight; "Mourning Zephrys,"
l.ouise MacPherson; remarks by John H.
Curtis; "The Vacant Chair," by quartet;
oration by C. :. Kelley; "Nearer, My God,
to Thee," by quartet; chorus by members.
GREAT LINE OF STEAMERS
Boats Will Run Between Florida and
European Ports.
BY ASFOCIATED PRESS.
l.ouisville, Ky., Aug. 26.-Within 3o
days a line of steamers will be established
by the Iouisville & Nashville between
'Pensacola, Fla.,, and the most important
parts of Southern Europe.
The arrangements for the line were
concluded with the Austro-American
steamship line. The ships which will be
used in the service are all new.
The l.ouisville & Nashville road has for
several years been engaged in business
to the Mediterranean and Adriatic sea
ports.
lHeretofore the service between those
ports and Pensacola has been uncertain.
My boy, when 4 years old, was taken
with colic and cramps in his stomach. I
sent for the doctor and he injected mor
phine, but the child kept getting worse.
I then gave him half a teaspoonful of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy, and in half an hour he
was sleeping and soon recovered.-F. L.
Wilkins, Shell Lake, Wis. Mr. Wilkins
is bookkeeper for the Shell Lake Lumber
Co. For sale by Paxson & Rockefeller,
Newbro D)rug Co., Christie & Leys, New
ton Bros.
WANTS TO SELL PROPERTY
Executor of T. F. Courtney Estate
Appeals to the Court.
Dennis C. C'ourtney, executor of the
estate of T. F. Courtney, deceased, has
petitioned the district court for an order
to sell all the property of the estate.
The property was listed in the inventory
at $39.950o, of which $17,673 is bad debts
and $20o,-77 is of value.
The estate is insolvent, it Is alleged, the
debts being $31,71o, on which a dividend
of 40 per cent has beenl paid, leaving a
balance of $19,028.
There is in the hands of the executor
to meet this balance only $8.434,
ANOTHER CHANCE FOR LIFE
Slayer Sentenced to Die on Gallows Is
Granted a Stay.
BY AS.OCIATED PRFsBs,
Eastman, Ga., Aug. 26.-Robert Caw
thorn, who was sentenced to die on the
gallows, will have another lease of life.
IIis counsel succeeded in completing the
bill of exceptions and presented it to the
supreme court within the time lilmit,
whereupon it was certified by Judge Robert
and will act as a supersedas.
Cawthorn was convicted of killing
Richard Tucker, a farmer, by poison,
Pleased With Washington.
The Spokane Chronicle of Monday says:
State Bank Examiner William Hudnall of
Montana is spending the day in the city.
This is Mr. Hudnall's first visit to Wash
ington, and he expresses himself as pleased
with the appearance of thrift and growth
id Spokane. He leaves tonight for Helena,
L LNDE R'S
Last Week of the SP[CIAL OfrIRINGS
Still a Splendid Array of Good Things at Under Prices
If you neglect buying this week you'll have to wait until January or February
to get so much or so good for your money. Probably enough pieces at under
prices to last the week out but not any more till then. The littlest prices
you've ever known for your good furniture and carpets. For this week we are
safe in saying, "you can still buy furniture and carpets for every part of the
home at half to two-thirds" and on little payments if you prefer.
This setting-to-right all over the store is the price we pay Just to be able
to say next month "every article in the store is new this fall." It's mutually
advantageous transaction to you and to us. But this store won its position
by doing things thoroughly best.
Polding Bed The New Offlee Desks
$2.75
Pull Size Iron Bed
A regular $4.00 bedstead, white enam- The new stock of Office Desks has just
eled, strong and durable. Here are also he new tock of Office De h ut
Mantel Poldig Beds. some of the good bargains in finer beds. been placed on sale and we think -you'll
Upright Folding Beds. $3.50 reduced from "4.50
Big bargains in every agree with us that the values are the best
grade. Forty patterns to se- 50 reduced fom 5.50agree with us that the values are the best
lect from. Here are four $5.50 reduced from $1.50 in town. Lots of new features and con
prices. $S.50 reduced from =12.00
129.00 from $16.50 $10.00 edaed frea $15.00 veniences.
36.00 from 90.00 $19.50 reduced frm $18.0
22.00 from $28.00 .32.50.r'"ced $15 to $75
25.00 from s5.00 0 15.50 reduced from . O3.00
Portieres at Exactly Half Price
More big bargain surprises in this big carpet department. The carpet and rug bargains
are here as usual and also the greatest bargains we've ever known in Portieres. New,
elegant styles, a profusion of patterns running in all grades.
$2.50 from 1,.50 pair Arablan pattern
$3.50 from $5.00 pair tapestry fringed on both ends
$6.50 from $13.00 pair silk face, rich two toned effects
$10.50 from $20.00 pair, rose pink with silk corded edges, raised flowers
O-U"UCH VER!S
$4.50 from $9.00 Bagdad, I $3.,5 from $7.50 Egyptian. I Smyrna earth Rugs, the very
elso 6x139 Inches. S1ie 46x16 lanhes. best made, now ,3.95.
$1.95 Velvet Carpet, now ................... $1.00 922.00 Brussells Reoom Rugs, 9x19 ft.... $IT.50
$1.35 Velvet earpet, now ....................1.10 1355.00 Axminster Room Rugs, Q9x1 ft...$25.00
The savings average a fourth to a third on Floor Coverings of all kinds.
Only twenty-one couches at
reduced prices, but they are
values worth coming a long
way to secure.
$6.50 for $10.00 Couches
$10.25 for $13.50 Couches Our rclining gocarts are the best in
i.lar - Pifty Rockers the land. You will say so, too, after
Similar to illustration. High back 5 for $15. Couces you have examined them, if you know
and arms, cobblcr seat, carved back . O .how to judge value. Every price you
panel. $22.25 grades for $1.45. Lots want fro $7. to $40. One like cut,
2of othe patterns a*.25 Rocke. 15. o hs with adjustable culhions and green
I.00 for 7.50 Rockers enameled gearing, patent foot brake
1 .5 or .50 Rockr. $20s0 for $2500 Conches and rubber-tired wheele.
310.50 for 15.00 Rockers v.U UU Special for this week.... 16..00
TO SAVE ANIMALS
FROM SUFFERING
BERLIN SOCIETY STRIVING FOR AN
INTERNATIONAL AGREE
MENT.
DETAILED PLAN IS PRESENTED
Public Will Be Asked to Co-operate With
Humanitarians in the
Noble Work.
SY ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Berlin, Aug. a6.-The Berlin Society for
the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is
taking the initiative in attempting to
bring about an international understanding
on the subject of cruelty to animals and
birds in Italy and aims to secure the sup
port of Italian societica and with the co
operation of the Italian government. The
plan is as follows:
Conspicuous tin signs will be placed on
the railroad cars asking travelers to aid
in suppressing fearful cruelty to animals
and birds in Italy by complaining to the
mayor or other officials of the place where
the acts of cruelty occur.
An illustrated circular will also be dis
tributed among the travelers explaining
the facts as they exist, and the travelers
will be requested to aid in the movement
by refusing to eat song birds at the hotels
and boarding houses, by refusing to buy
song birds for children, by looking under
the saddles of horses and mules for
wounds ,before renting such animals and
by refusing to give tips to drivers who
abuse their animals.
The Berlin society will ask the kindred
organizations in Europe and America to
cooper` t with it in this work.
The Northern Pacific railway now offer a
reward of two thousand five hundred dollars
($a,soo.oo) in place of one thousand dollars
($s,ooo.o) for informnrion leading up to the
arrest and conviction of parties implicated in
the work of dynamiting bridge at Livingston.
E. G. PIERSON, A. G. S.
EXCURSION TO IDAHO.
September I and IS, the Oregon Short LIne
will sell round-trip tickets, Butts to sll stations
-Shoshone, Idaho, to Huntington, Oregon,
including Boise, at one fare for the round trip.
Good returning tS days from date of sale.
Stopovers in both directions. Her. Is an
opportunity to visit the beautiful valley of the
Snake river, the fruit and agricultural district
of Idaho.
For rates call on or address the Short Line
city ticket office, sos North Main street, Butte,
Montana. 1. I. O. Wilson, general agent.
Week Ending Excursions via the Great
Northern Railway.
Round trip Basin or Boulder, good going
Saturday or Sunday, returning until
Monday ... ..... ................ ..... .... ,
Round trip Basin or Boulder, good going
. and returning on Sunday........ ..... .
Alhambra and return, good going Saturday
or Sunday, returning Mondayn............ s,1
Ticket office, 4s North Matn street, Butte,
W. R. Meech, C. P. & T. A.
Park county offers a reward of five hundred
dollars for the arrest and conviction of party
or parties dynamiting bridge just east of Liv.
Ingstoo, Sunday, August it
BEACH IS STREWN
WITH DEAD BODIES
GREAT STORM SWEEPS OVER POR
TION OF CHINA, KILLING
MANY PERSONS.
BUILDINGS ARE WASHED AWAY,
Torrents of Water Pour Down on the
Towns, Doing Great Damage
to Everything,
BY ASSOCIATED PRFESS,
Victoria, B. C,, Aug. 26.-According to
mail advices front Shanghai 750 lives were
lost in the Chee Foo.
After a thunderstorm, with heavy rain,
a cloudburst occurred and torrents of water
poured down on the town, rushing sea.
ward, and barrying houses, buildings, trees
and people before it.
Stores and warehouses were flooded by
the sudden flood and the property loss will
reach millions.
The water swept with such force as to
sweep 4o0 tons of coal into the sea,
The beach was strewn with wreckage
and dead and presented an awful sight.
More than 300 Chinese are known to be
dead at Che Foo alone,
No foreigners are known to have been
drowneid, but a sailor from the U. S. S.
New Orleans had a nairow escape.

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