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HITS A TROLLEY DOZEN PERSONS INJURED IN A COLLISION IN A CROWDED BROOKLYN STREET. CAR RUNS INTO APPARATUS Hosecart Is Overturned and Firemen 1re Thrown Out-Motormon Dis appears in Confusion. DY ASSOCIATED PRESS. New York, Sept. 5.-At least a dozen persons, nine of them firemen, were se. riously injured in a collision between a hosecart and a trolleycar in Brooklyn early today. An alarm was sounded from Plymouth and Bridge streets. The departments, in order to reach the scene, had to cross the tracks leading to Brooklyn bridge. An open car hearing so passengers, two ·· :. -IC~ :;· ·1~1. 4f, ~i~ (f·!~Xit ·-·· Ir 1~;F·'' · .1 ·r ;·?' .).. .*;i ' ' ·' t?.U c; i~:;ttl· ·'c~ ";~'~, ~ 'I·si: i r+ .,br · ··~ S ~l.t·?: "?ir: i'-?', Ir~l .·I ·1· :. ··· · · ---· -·-··· I 'I ''' ·t; I - ·~ 2· ·' .,;i.S· 1 r ir r.· ·r. ·~'It ~· i:··· sii "··' ~··· i"rC' · 1 * ·., ..· ~r·,n*L-i ~·:I·. 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Va., most likely owes his life to the kindness of a neighbor. lie was ahnost hopelessly afflicted with diarrhoea; was attended by two physicians who gave him little, if any, relief, when a neighbor, learn ing of his serious condition, brought him a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which cured himt in less than twenty-four hours. For sale by Paxon & Rockefeller, Newbro Drug Co., Christie & Leys, and Newton Bros. TRIES TO TAME A SNAKE Aubuquerque, N, .M., Sept. 5.-Ben Witty, a well-known photographer, is dead at Fort Wingate from the bite of a rattle snake which he had captured and was try ing to tame. 'Witty was the first photographer to lo. cate in Albuquerque when the Santa Fe railroad reached this city more than ,o years ago. On leaving here he went along the rail road and made views for the publications of the Santa Fe Railroad company. lie finally located at Fort Wingate and vis ited all the various Indian tribes during their dances, making pictures and selling them to tourists. His collection of Indian pictures cannot be excelled. He was a scout many years ago, and came to this territory originally from Fort Wayne, Ind. DOES IT PAY TO BUY CHEAP? A cheap remedy for coughs and colds is all right, but you want something that will relieve and cure the more severe and dan gerous results of throat and lung troubles. What shall you do? Go to a warmer and more regular climate? Yes, if possible; if not possible for you, then in either case take the ONLY remedy that has been in troduced in all civilized countries with suc cess in severe throat and lung troubles, "Boschee's German Syrup." It not only heals and stimulates the tissues to destroy the germ disease, but allays inflammation, causes easy expectoration, gives a good night's rest, and cures the patient. Try ONE bottle. Recommended many years by all druggists in the world. You can get this reliable remedy at Newbro Drug Co. and J. T. Finlen Drug Co. Price 25e and 75c. EXCURSION TO IDAHO. s.eptember I and is, the Oregon Short Line will sell round-trip tickets, Butte to all stations -Shoshone, Idaho, to Huntington, Oregon, including Boise, at one fare for the round trip. Good returning is .days from date of sale, Stopovers in both directions. Iere 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 Llne city ticket office, sos North Main street, Butte, Montans. H. O. Wilson, general agent. LABOR DAY PARADE WILL BE IMPOSING ORGANIZATIONS OF BUTTE PRE PARING FOR A GRAND TURN-OUT. PRIZES FOR BEST APPEARING Arrangements Have Been Completed for the Celebration of ºv Monday. It is expected that the parade of labor unions of Butte will be a bigger thing this year than ever before. A larger num her of the organizations have signified their intention of being in line than usual, and the prizes are ,tberal enough to cause considerable rivalry. The union appearing hest in the line of march will be given a lot valued at $150 by the Thompson Investment company. The second best will receive $50 in cash, dropped mysteriously out of 'sight and for several weeks neither fellow tflicials at the local oflice nor the mnembers of his family have been able to locate him. and $25 will be awarded to the union se curing third prize. The parade will start promlptly at '(:30 o'clock. The membnlrs of the various unions are requested to tie on hanld at 9 o'clock. William t)'Bllrien will Ie marshal. To Lead Parade. The foston & Montana hand will lead the procession, and the order of malrch will lit, as follows: Iirst Itivision Clerks' Irotective t'ntun, 'TYlgrtplhical I'nion and l.adies' Auxliary, Stlinuraphers Telephone Girls, W\,men's Pro. teclive U'nion, lIotel and lestautirant EIIu. ploy's, Laundry Workers, Itarber.' T'ailcrs, Slimrclakers, Iltchers, Iltakers. IlartenIders. ('ignrnmakers and l'rt'tinen's 'I n. Sccond Itiviion., -Machinists, Miners, In gioers. Mill and Smeltermen, Itl.lckntiti.. and Ihelpers. Ilorseshoers. Mouller ,. Iliiter makers, Ittreerrs and Ioter I rivers and Ioittlers' Union. Third I ivisi.n -Planiter, and I)ecoratorr. Workinginen's 'nio., Ituihling iUnhrerr. ('arpentlers. I'lnmblrs, Itricklayers, Electrical Workers, itin and Sheet Iron Workter, 'lastlerer, 'Ianisters andl Sti.blemnin's 'nion. Aides to Marshal. ;eorge Bailey, Joseilh ('orbey and Thomas LConnt have beent appointed aides to the marshal. The different divisions will form as follows: The first divisioln will take its position on BIroadway, in front of the Broadway theater, the rear extending west on liroadway: the second division taking its position north ofat Broadway, on .lontanna street, and the rear extendig west on (;ranite street; the third division taking its position south of Broadway on Montana, extending west on Park street. The line of narch will he cast on Broadway to Mlain street, north on Main street to Granite street, east on Granite street to Wyonming street, south on Wyoming street to Park street, west on Park street to Main street, south on Main street to 'Maryland avenue, countermarch ing on Main street to Park street, we . -n Park street to Mtolltanla street, andt notl; on Mlontana street to the Broadway theater id disband. The afternoon exercises, includlinlg speech making, sports and music, will take place at Columbia Gardens. J. II. Durston, editor of tile Anaconda Standard, W. W\. Welch, state superintendent of public instruction, and II. tM. Lindsay will deliver addresses in the afternoon, the pirogramn beginlning at t:30 o'clock. 'Tihere after the sports of the day will be put onl, fol. lowed hy thie baselall game between the lButte and Salt Lake teams. The remainder of the day will he given up to informal metrymak. ing, music and dancing. TO ORDER THEM ALL OUT Said Gigantic Strike of Expressmen Is Probable. BY ASSOStIAr'tI P'REas. Chicago, Sept. s.-The Chronicle will say today: A general strike of railway express employes throughout the United States is threatened because of the re fusal of six of the largest companies in Chicago to consider the demands made by the Brotherhood of Railway Expressmen two months ago. It was announlced yesterday that the men are preparing to strike, the fight to be directed particularly against the United States Express company, While it is the aim of the rank and file to tie up the local agencies of all the prin cipal express companies, leaders in the or ganization declare that the strike will spread to all agencies of the United States and that 8,ooo employes of that company will be involved unless some recognition of the demands made by the union is forth coming, SAY A HITCH HAS OCCURRED Great Northern Firemen Are Not Yet Reconciled. Y ASSOCIAT'ED PRESS, St. Paul, Sept. $.--It is believed that a hitch has occurred in the negotiations go MAN'S MALADIES AND THEIR CURE Millions of Men Have Been Wrecked on th. Rock of Sexual Vice. THOUSANDS HAVE' BEEN RESCUED BY THE YELLEK IYplCAL INSTITUTE SPECIALISTS IN, DISEASES OF MEN "I made up my mind soon after gradualling from college that no one man was g eat enough to master the entire field of medlf ne and surgery. Many physicians have tried, to do this, but they have met with results uputlly disappointing to themselves and often dl ses trous to their patients. For this reason ijde. termined early in my professional catoer to confine my practice s'rictly to a certain lint of diseases and to originating andt perfecqing cures for them." \\'e, therefore, treat only what we are absolutely certain that we panl positvely cure to stay cured- NERVO-SEXUAL DEBILITY, ;J VARICOCELE, STRICTURE, SYPHILITIC BLOOD POISON, RUPTURE, KIDNEY AND URINARY DISEASES, MASTER SPECIALIST and all reflex complications and associate diseases and weaknesses of men. To these mnalalies alone the best years of CORRESPONDENCE. our lives have Ieen earnestly devoted and on lany cases can be treated success. them all our lacilities are concentrated. Otir consultation and operating rooms are thor. fully at home. One personal visit is oughly equipped with every scientific appara" preferred, but if it is impossible or in tus, instrumenlt and device essential to the most modernl methods of practice, and our convenielnt for you to call at our offices references, both professiinal and financial, ares amnng the test cilizens of thl.is vicinity, who write S full and unreservet tistory of have been cured by our treatmaent and made your case, plainly stating your symp. happy. We want every afflicted man to fully toms. We make no charge for private and freely investigate our treatment. We treat cotnsel andl give to each patient a each case sepmarately, scientificnlly, closely watching it and carefully following its symlp I.E(;.AL CO(N' AC.\ T to hold for our toms with varied remedies through every stage. promises. Authorized By the Laws of the State of Montana Yellelk Medical Institule N. E. eor. West Broadway and M Ip. tana Sta.. Butte, Montana Office hours: p a. m. to a mn.; a p. tm. to 5 p. m.; 7 to 9. Sundays, to to at m.n. ing on between Great Northern officials and engineers and firemllen. Messrs. Stone and Ilanrahan, chiefs of the internationial organllization of locomno tive engineers and firemen, left the city yesterday and will not return until Mon (lay. It was expected that a settlement would he reached late yesterday. hut the company is reported to lie unwilling to accede the latest demands. The commlitttes iet yesterday as usual at their respective heuadqluarters ald on re turning to their hotels declined to luakF any statement. It is out likely now that anything defintite will occur before Mon iday. EIGHT THOUSAND ARE OUT New Orleans Is Scene of a Strike of. 'Longshoremen. New O)rleans, l.a., Sept. S.-. ight thous antid mlli emiployed on the river front have been locked out by tilhe steamship coln pallies, andil a struggle for supremacy be gun htween the New Orleans Steamship association, comprising every steamship line entering the port of New Orleans and the longshorenmen, screwmeln, stevedores and Ifrighthandlers' union. The unions demandl Ilore pay, fewer hours and the enforcement of certain regu lations for loading and unloadinlg vessels. The steamship lines declare that the de ilmanlds of the uinion are unreasonable and unljust. ALASKA UNION _TO GET IN Asks Charter From the I. L. M. and T. Workers' Association. nY ASOt('tAl I' 1R5S,. Detroit, Sept. 5.-Harry C. Barter, sec retary of the Internatlionlal I.ongslhorenle, Marine and Transportation Workers' asso clation has received an application for a charter from a marine workers' organiza tion at Nome City, Alaska, the tirst union of its kind in that country. The applica tion stated that there are ar, men in the new local who receive the high wages of $t per hour. Nearly a Million. IlY .ASSOtIAItEt I'PrSg, Indianapolis, Sept. 5.-The auditing committee of the National Mineworkers of America today submitted its quarterly rq port to Secretary-Treasurer Wilson. It shows ;3a5,ooo members, of which number less than 2,000 are out on strike. The miners now have $999,610 in their treas ury. Elect Officers. IY ASSOCIATED PRERR. Evansville, Ind., Sept. 4.-The conven tion of the national stationary engineers adjourned today. P. K. Hogan of Boston was elected president and i. F. Chambeta of Los Angeles, doorkeeper. A DELIGHTFUL SUMMER TRIP. If you are going East this summer why not see Salt Lake City and Denver and Sthe elegant scenery through Colorado along the lines of the Rio Grande system? You can't beat it for excellent service and good accommodations. Only one change of care between Butte and Chicago and St. I ouls. Write for rates and a copy of "With Nature in Colorado." G. W. Fitzgerald, general agent, Butte, Mon. tana. LABOR DAY EXCURSION TO DEER LODGE. On Labor day, Monday, September 7, the Northern Pacific will run a special excursion to Deer Lodge, leaving Butte at 9:oo a. m, and on return trip leave Deer Lodge at si3o p m. Fare for the round trip $1.oo, children over s and under ma, 5oc. W. If. M.rriman, general agent. Week Ending Excursions via the Great Northern Railway, Round trip Basin or Boulder, good golns 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 Monday............ Ticket office, 41 North Main street, Butte W, R. Meech, C. P. & T. A. ATTENTION, MAOHINISTS. All members of the Butte City lodge No. 88, I, A. of M., are expected to parade Labor Day. Those not appearing will be fined $5, By order of lodge. A, STEWART, Rec, Se, GOLD NEAR BALD MOUNTAIN Basin City. \ yo., Sep:. 5.--'1here is great excitaement here anll throughout the northern part of the state as a result of re cent gold discoveries in the vicinity of Bald ilmoul ntain. Many year sato there was a gold excite micnt at iahl mnountttin, bult the yellow metal was not found ini paying quantities. Capt. Jack H}illiard. Emmett Mann. Ben u)llnslhcs ntld other early prospectors never ost faith in the field and have kept on prospecting all these years. Recently they were rewarded by tile dis covery of a rich formation of quartz ore of blanket nature near the north end of the lmountain. Millions of tons of the ore is in sight, and assays are said to show that it will run anywhere front $4 to $1t,oo in gold to ,the ton. The deposits are claimed to be practically inexhaustible. Many claims have hen u laked and a nlumber of men are en route to the new fichld. Smelter for Cooke City. Minitng is said to be active about Cooke City, Mont. It is claimed that a smelter will he erected there shortly by people from Red Ioodge.-Pacific Coast Miner. Park county offers a reward of five hundred dollars for the arrest and conviction of party or parties dynamiting bridge just east of Liv ingston. Sunday, August a. Butte. Mont. Capital........ $00oo00oooe Under state supervision. Five per cent interest, payable quarterly, paid on deposits. Money to Loan on Real Estate V. AUG. HEIN7E.........President A. L. CI btrNTS............ Cashier DALY BANK AND TRUST COMPANY OF BVTTE Established s88a. Incorporated agos. Capital.. .$100,000.0~ General Benking Business JOHN D. RYAN...........President OHN R. TOOLE.....Vice-President . C. SWINBORNE..........Cashier R, A. KUNKEL.... Assistant Cashier W. A. Clark. J. Ross Clark. W. A. CLARK & BRO. BANKERS Transacts General Banking Business. Buy sold dust, gold bars, silver bul. lion and local securities. Boxes for rent in safe deposit vault. Sell exclange available in all of the principal cities of the United States and Europe. Special attention given to colli. tions. ALEX 1. JOHNSTON, Cashlr. The First National Bank Of sutte IEstablished rIyp.) Capital - * $200,000.00 GBNBRAL BANKING Drafts drawn on all principal eities of the world and letters of credit issued. ANDREW J. DAVIS.......Preshlent JAMES A. TALBOTT.....Vice-Pres. . B. WEIRICK ............ Cashier J. S. DUT-'ON.....Assistant Cashie STATE SAVINGS BANK John A. Creighton..........President G. W. Stapteton........Vice-President T. M. Hodgens...............Cashier J. 0. Hodgens.......Assistant Cashier R. B. Nuckols.......Assistant Cashier Under state supervision and Jurisdioe tion. Interest paid on deposits. Sells exchange available in all the principal cities of the United States and Europe. Collections promptly at. tended to. Transact a general banking business. Directorsa 7. A. Creighton, Omabh, 'evitt, .. Kemper, TM. Rt, J. O. Hodgens. Corner Main and Park Streets, Butte. C. R. Leonard, Pres. T. R. Hinds, V. P-res Fayette Harrington, Cashier. Silver Bow National Bank CAPITAL, $100.000.0 This bank solicits accounts, offers prompt and careful attention to business of customers. Collections promptly attended to and remitted for on day of collections. Sell foreign and domestic exchange, trans. acts a general banking business, pay in. terest on the deposits. Directors-Charles R. Leonard, F. AT Heinrze S. Marchesseau, ,. Balmforth R. A. Louts, C. W. Newton, T. R. Hinds, John MacGinniss, Fayette Harringtona NORTH COAST LIMITED o. Observation Cars E lectric Lighted Steam Heated BUTTe SCHEDULB WESTBOUND. Trn'as. ARIVI. DEPAT. a Sva Co.st fe. s-B u r plgtos press........ stsp e.m. st ......... KASTBOUND. Tn.as. AARIVI DEPART. No. -North Lneast limited......... s4y am. sta .a n opn o r pastes , No. in asu r tingt s No ISt oan atl ll pool -- rst to ne. Pd isol ith wand f erom No. 6 -Burlnton rýa pe, from tes a h. .le to ling. sad al B. d&M. TL for aomMisdsouls . mt l --la points. o.81 -BitteSr Uoot Lea4 Ifom annslt- No. 13--V l paqb r eetlpq from Twin Ciy ZEx res from Pt. Paul and all Eastern points. 110 4-Leoal ._eonneetUo. with 'twNiaUt, E.preas for st. Pau and asp inte . Fs Jfor Twin. Brid . MAid* sony ano Norris )raeens lsave utt. points o Io . Trains on these branches7 notrun un y.. W H. MiRRIMAN General Agent, corer tais asc 'Parh strees. YOU TRAVEL FAST When you ride on trains of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Four trains St. Paul to Chicago, lncluding the Pioneer Limited and the Fast Mail; Three trains Omaha to Chicago, in cluding the Overland Lim ited. P. H. SCANLAN, C. A. Helena, Mont. W. B. DIXON, N. W. P. A., St. Paul. Six Million Dollars Spent by the U.P.R. R. Co. In Improving what was originally the finest track In the West. RBSULT A comparatively straight and level roadbed, ballasted with dustless Shs. man granite, rendering possible the highest rate of speed, together with the greatest degree of safety. The malrgi tude of the work must be seen to be epprelaited. WHAT DOES IT MEAN? Solid comfort, scourity and pleasure.to our patrons. ARE YOU GOING EAST? If so you cannot afford to o via anl other than this ROYAL HIGHWAY. Further information on application per. sonally o. by letter to H. 0. WILSON, 0. S, L, Butte, Montana. These Cars are on the new "GreatWestern Limited" Every Night between Chicago. St. Paul and Minneapolis. If you wish to travel In the most comfortable way, nothing can approach these rooms. The price ofa berth Is only $2.50. or 50c more than a berth in a standard Pullman Sleeper. All toilet neces. sitles--hot and cold water, electric berth and ceiling lights and elec tric haircurler heaters. For further information apply to J. P. Elmer, Gen'I Passenger Agent, Chl The Best friend The Northwest Ever Had "The Road That Made the Northwest Famous." LEAVE BUTTE. For St. Paul, Easm and West, daily .. :0. For St. Paul: East and West,.::: a.: da ily .................. 8:o0 p. m. ARRIVE BUTTE. From St. Paul, East and West. daily .. and s :45 a. . From St. 1Paul,EFst and FUl. IN FORMATI.N FR4dM m' City Ticket Oatce, No. 4: North MatC Street Butte. W. R. MEECH, C. P. and T. A. P)ullman, Dining and P Library Car Route to SALT LAKE DENVER KANSAS CITY OMAHA CHICAGO ST. LOlIS and RIl Baster Points Short Line To Colorado. Arizona and Mexico San Franclsco, Los Angeles (Ocean or Rail). PORTLAND ARd All Pacific Qoast Potato ARRIVE. DEPART. No. 9....6:4o p. m.INo. 8 ....4:45 p. a No. 7.....:45 a. m.INo. so....s:os a. m. Ticket Office 105 N. Main Street Butte, Montana. H. 0. WILSON, GENERAL AGT. Denver & Rio Grande and the Rio (irande Western Travel During Pall and Winter Seasons The journey to the East via Salt Lake City and along the shores of the Great Salt Lake through beautiful Glenwood Colorado Springs and Denver is one of uninterrupted delight in winter as well as in summer. In fact, the fall and winter seasons add but a new grandeur and charma to the travel scenes and Infuse an clement of variety and beauty to the unsurpassable wonders along the Rio Grando Western and Denve. & Rio Grande lines, Through sleeping and dining car service. Person. ally-conducted weekly excursions. PaF rates or information apply to G. W. FITZGERALD, General Agent. Ticket Omre --47 E. Broadway. Butte. Atchlson,Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. Co. SANTA PB ROUTE 3 Trains Daily From Denver to Kansas City and Chli eago. Also the direct line to Galves. ton, El Paso, City of Mexico and the mining camps of New Mexico and Ar. sons. For particulars about REDUCED RATES EAST this summer apply to C. F. WARREN, General Alentat 4 Doolv Blook, Salt Lake C.,, ýJtab.