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THE BUTTE INTER MOUNTAIN
VOL. XXIllI No. 146. BUTTE, MONTANA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1903. PRICE FIVE CENTS. ______"_____ -- - ROOSIVELI SPEAKS TO SON OF TOIL OPENS STATE FAIR AT 6YRACUSE NND ADDRESSES THE MEN IN LABOR DAY PARADE. HE' RECEIVES AN OVATION Throngs Pack Streets of the New York City to Greet the Chief Execu tive - His Speech. New York, Sept. 7.- A powerfully built man caused considerable excite ment as Preslient Roosevelt was about to board the train in Hoboken for his trip to Syracuse, by persistently trying to follow and making several efforts to speak to the chief executive. He was seised by the chief of police of Hoboken and two policemen and hustled into a waiting-room, where he was searched. He was found to be unarmed and was released. Syracuse, Sept. 7.(-'lear skies, bands of music, the local military company, anl un precedented display of flags and patriotic decorations and the unbounded enthusiasm of a vast throng greeted President Roose velt at 9:3o a. in., today when his special train rolled into the station. The president came to Syracuse to open the state fair and to review the labor parade of the National Association of Let ter Carriers. With him oni the train were his secretary, W\V. Lohe, Jr.; Jacob Rips of New York, a ncwspaper reporter; secret service officers and oflicers of the operating department of the Delaware, Lackawana i: Western railroad. The run front New York was without incident. The president was met at the train by a reception committee. The Forty-first regiment presented arms as the president appeared, and then, headed by the New York I.etter Carriers' band, escorted the president and committee, who were in carriages, to the reviewing stand. The president, on the march, received an ovation from the densely-packed throng. In the square about the reviewing stand there were fully 25,ooo persons. Upon the stand beside the president were Senator Depew, Bishop P. A. Ludden of Syracuse and influential citizens. There was never before such a demon stration by organized labor in this city. Fully 5,ooo men and women were in line. The labor day committee, as it reached the stand sent its chairman to greet the president and pin a badge on his coat. The president expressed his pleasure in a few words and the line began to march. President Enthusiastic. Now and again the president shouted compliments to a fine-looking body of men. From start to finish his attention was never diverted front the workingmen. In the parade were a few floats with placards. One read: "The trust fights us: let its fight the trusts by not using their goods." At 1 :3o o'clock the line had passed and the party was driven to the train and de parted for the state fair grounds. When the president reached the fair grounds a crowd, estimated by the officials at 5o,ooo, had arrived and crowds were pouring through all the gates. A citizens committee of too occupied the apeakers' stand. Promptly upon his ar rival the president was introduced by Lieu tenant Governor Hliggins, president of the state fair commission. After the cheering had subsided the president spoke as fol lows: Two Bodies in People. "In speaking on Labor day at the annual fair of the New York State Agricultural association, it is natural to keep especially in mind the two bodies who compose the majority of our people and upon whose welfare depends the welfare of the entire state. If circumstances are such that thrift, energy, industry and forethought enable the farmer, the tiller of the soil, on the one hand, and the wage-worker, on the other, to keel) themselves, their wives, and their children in reasonable comfort, then the state is well off, and we can be assured that the other classes in the com munity will likewise prosper. On the other hand, if there is in the long run a lack of prosperity among the two classes named, then all other prosperity is sure to be more seeming than real. It has been our profound good fortune as a na tion that hitherto, disregarding exceptional periods of depression and the normal and inevitable fluctuations, there has been on the whole from the beginning of our gov ernment to the present day a progreei4ec betterment alike in the condition of the tiller of the soil and in the condition of the man who, by his manual skill and la bor, supports himself and his family, and endeavors to bring up his children so that they may be at least as well off as, and if possible better off than, he himself has been. There are, of course, exceptions, but as a whole the standard of living among the farmers of our country has risen from generation to generation, and the wealth represented on the farms has steadily increased, while the wages of labor have likewise risen, both as regards the actual money paid and as regards the purchasing power which that money rep resents. Both Prosporous, "Side by side with this increase in the prosperity of the wage-worker and the tiller of the soil has gone on a great in crease in the prosportly among the busi ness men and among certain classes of profcslonal men; and the prosperity of these men has been partly the cause and partly the consequence of the prosperity of farmer and wage-worker. It can not be too often repeated that in this country, in the long run, we all of us tend to go up or go down together. If the average of well-being is high, it means that the aver age wage-worker, the average farmer, and the average business man are all alike well off. If the average shrinks, there is not one of these classes which will not feel the shrinkage. Of course there are always some men who are not affected by good times, just as there are some men who are not affected by bad times. But speaking broadly, it is true that if prosperity comes all of us tend to share more or less therein, and that if adversity comes each of us, to a greater or less extent, feels the tension. ,Unfortunately, in this World the Innocent frequently find themselves obliged to pay t~-.w. Coatlnued on Page Flvo,) MONiANA MARKS LABOR'S HOLIDAY CELEBRATIONS OF UNUSUAL BRIL "LIANCE IN THE LEADING CITIES OF THE STATE. BIG TIME IN BOZEMAN Dan MoDonald Is Orator of the Day, and Program of Athletic Sports Is Carried Out. RPr:IA. TO Till: INT5R 'It'TA\Ils. Bozeman, Sept. 7.-T-he labor day cele bration here today was one of. if inot the hest, ever held in this city. bIoth in point of numtnhers and in attendance. Business was entirely suspended for the day, and alnlort every union in the city appeared in the parade. Many of the unliformls worn were hlandll.lm in the extreme and attracted tu:nch attenction. The winners were as follow : Merchants of the cit~' werse reprc sinted in the parade by float,., all of which were well gotten up and ma le an excellent appearance. Dan Mcl)onald, president of the A,\er ican l.ab:r unionl, was the oratlor of the day, and hisa adilrtss was a leasingll one in all respects. II appelaled to the better impuldcs of his a uiencie, and did much for the cause of unionism. The following program of athletic con tests is now in progress.: ison-yard dash-For boys over .'. hall and bat. so.yarid dash For hIboy tuut r t., Iall ghl te. so yasd dash- Fur girls over I., pair school shoes. So- yar'l dash For girls under i., box of cind:. ua.-yard dash- For men. umbrella. I.n.)ard Idash -IFor fat ii , ho.tu of cigars. 75.yard dtlsh-F-ur married tiomelll. So pounds of flour. 75-yard dash-For single ladies, pair of ()x. fords. a5-yard dash-- For boys iltidei r 14. tliit;lnldhi td, watch. :5-yard sack race. For hboy under G6. $t. 5o yard threc-legged race Pair of -hoes. Itall game lIcween oficers and meIlhlers. This evening there will be a dance at Story's hall, at which there will be a large crowd fromt this city and the sur rounding towns. At Billings. Pi'CIAI. TO T11l: INE' r tiMO'SNtAIS. Billings, Sept. 7.-One of the pretticst parades ever held in this city was given today by the labor union men of this place. who turned out in force oand treated the residents of the city to an inspiring sight. After marching through the city the pro cession wended its way to Newman's grove. where an extended program was presentedl. There were a number of speeches by well known men, galnes of ail kinds and opln air dancing. This evening there will be a ball at Gruwll hall. At Havre. RPECIAL. TO TuII INTER MOI'NTAIN. Havre, Sept. 7.-All the labor organiza tions of the city took part in the program today. This is the first Iabor day celebration ever given in this city, and every one has taken sonic part in making it a success. At McDel)vitt's grove near town the pco pie gathered this afternoon to hear the speeches of State Auditor Caklderhead, I. X. Lewis and Rev. E. W. Iool. The field day sports were well attended, while a dance will close the festivities of the day. At Great Falls. SPE.CIAI. TO IITH INTE'I" MOI'STAIN. Great Falls, Sept. 7.--"My advice to the laboring men of the country." said State Auditor Calderhead, today, in ad dressing the labor day parade here, "is for them to get out of the city and take up land out where they can be comfortable and independent." This was the keynote of the auditor's speech, which was liberally applauded. The labor day parade was an imposing sight. Nearly 1,5oo men were in line, and along the line of march the procession was heartily cheered. After the parade there was speech-making and a program of games of all kinds. At Livingston. RPECIAL TO THlE INTER MOUNTAIN. Livingston. Sept. 7.-Today was a rec ord-breaker here front the standpoint of the labor men, who owned the town and everything in it. Extensive preparations had been made for celebrating Labor day, but the display was far ahead of what most persons had expected. More than Soo men, nearly all in unL form, were in line, and the line of march was crowded with enthusiastic admirers, who cheered the marchers to the echo. One of the conspicuous bodies of men in line were the Northern Pacific shop men. After the parade there was a great gathering at the park grounds, at which a number of timely addresses were made. The main addresses were made by H. J. Miller and R. S. Stickton, who gave talks that appealed to their hearers, A long program of athletic events of all kinds was begun this afternoon, and was in progress at a late hour. At Helena. SPECIAL TO TIlE INTER MOUNTAIN, Helena, Sept. 7.--Alhnost to a man the labor people of this city today partici pated in the great demonstration held here. Each union in the city was represented by almost the full membership, there be ing fully ao,ooo men in line, In point of enthusiasm and point of numbers the parade was the best ever held and was greeted with hearty applause along the line of march. The union winning the first prize for excellence and numbers in line was that of the printers, who had all but three of the total membership out, each one dressed in a striking manner. The parade started at to o'clock, and after this was oyer there was speaking in Central park, the main orators being Fred S. Sander, formerly a representa tive, and John Schmidt, chief clerk of the land omes. At Missoula. SPECIAL TO THE INTER MOUNTAIN. Missoula, Sept. Y.-Thls is a quelt La bor day.in Missoula, Business houses are (Continued on age Two. ' - MEN OF AMERICA OBSERVE THE DAY CHICAGO'S DEMONSTRATION IS THE LARGEST IN THE HISTORY OF COOK COUNTY. GREAT FETE IN CINCINNATI Opening of Famous Festival Adds to Throngs-Celebrations in the Leading Cities. Chicago. Srept. 7.- -dt is estimated that beH t'w' l IOnt,o al0tl lr,n l, n tli.lre 1111UnIO1 isls took p.Itt in the Labor I)ay p;aradle here. mtahit:g it tilt' grittest demn(il tratin il tIhe hii.try i C'ootk county labor celt hrilit,ins. r he procrAsi.lt :alrched piasi a review ing stand oppo, ite tihe An itorittit hotel. T'he dtny wa gener;ally observred i a holi day. tnearly every tactory in the city. the hanks, hiard of tiadc anutd stock exchaullge stls'ptinding huasin(:s. The iarade diaii sh:nled at noun and a matjority of The mitrchert hIurried to va-' ritots picnicsi in outlying Iarks and ,roves where a Iutlher of locally prlominent spealkers delivered adtldress. At 'Fris:o. San lratcii.nt. Sept.;. I.ahotr tay waOt observed in thi· city , iih unpre t r-delted cll lthu il:l: l. a , tl t rts, iltllks -:ul l bt :lle.s: housesn btini lit Ied. Two branlches of iorg.ut ied labotr in this city, the San Itrncisc, o I :lh r cotiicil and ili11t San Flira ltsci jhili g tratics cotmcil. paIaihrd the street, indeplendcntly. andl it is (,timatd thallt .t5,oo0 l Ien piarticipated in tthe two parades. In the aIftclruon the lutilid iig Trades unii istl atfliliated ith the hla .r unions of 4 AInreda conity in an open t air celebration at Shell Motmnd park in Alam, iea cunt:ty and the San Irancisco Labhor council he.hI literary exercises at thte ihutc , in this city, varilous l h la i aleder; tt.l several pJrutli not citizens additssing the large gatther ingt of workmen. At St. Louis. St. Lo.uis. Sept. 7. I . ;l:or day tas cele brated in St. I.uit; with! twIto parades, in which it i est.timated thalt at least .,u,o:o mnt parlticipated. That of the tBilding Tra;ds council was ht ld firs.t, fS ,loe.d in,,t ,l iathly by a proct.siotn t nhl tntder the ,tispicts of the tettral Tltals &u Iath. r ..sIttlly. In El.ttst St. ILouit I5,ti meniit. wvere int line. At l icliev ilh the croal mi'rwrs partici palted inc te cele iration, itn slhich sevral thousand nun of all trad.lt took part. At Cincinn.ati. Cineinnhtati, Stpt. 7.--.L.abor day paradets and dcmtinstr;atioits generally were the largest itt the history iof the city, owing to tlhe dual phase tf tihe ocatsioi. The Cincinnati Fult festival opened to dtay for ti. days til the opening day was that of the IlhOr irganir:.lions. The ii matly hands tingagetd for the fall ft:,tis:,l partici pated in the great dtmontreatiun. At Cleveland. Cleveland. Sept. 7.---'The ftrf e itu t he celebr;ation of I.L..or day in this city was the parade of 15,,iti tnio tlttli. A latrge proportionl of the maii;rchers tsare t i uni form At Pittsburg. Pillttuirg., Sept. 7. l"-i.ah r iday thas it tingly cclehratetd here wi:h a monster pa rade, follohwed by a mai s meeti ug uud sports at Schittley park. I rotably .,uumn matrchters were in the parade. A tunitite feature was the rostntittes wiorn by the membecrs of the different unions rcpre sttled. The iit i;s nite tiit; lit Schleny's park was attended by nit itticuse tihrong. At Milwaukee. T' ASNMt IAl r.| tIg "S4. Milwaukee, Wi., Sct'. 7. The matm hbers of the Ftderated 'lTrlads countcil marched over l.,oo strong, to Pabst park where the day was spenlt in the usual Labor day manner. Three thous and meimbers of the Iltilding Trades council marched through the principal strects to Schlitz's park, where a picnic was held. At Washington. IIY ASMhIl'lAI I:I P'HI S., Washington, Sept. 7.- Labor day was quietly observed in this city. All offices of the federal and municipal govern mnents were closed. l.arge crowds spentl the day at near-by excursion resorts. At Denver. BY ASSOVtIAT EiD tI'I:SS. Denver, Sept. 7.-The local celebration of Labor day exceeded all former demon strations of the kind in Colorado. More than 6,ooo workingmen, including a nmn her of visiting unions, marched in the parade this forenoon. Nearly all the unions were attired in natty uniforms. An official labor picnic and a barbecue were features of the afternoon. At Indianapolis. BY ASSOCIA'IED PRESSIi. Indianapolis, Ind., Sept. 7 -The Labor day parade today was the largest ever seen here. The address of the day was delivered this afternoon by Samuel Gompers, president of the American Federation of Labor. At Columbus. BY ASSOCIATEDI PRetSS. Columbus, Ohio, Sept, 7,.-The demon stration made by labor today excelled anything gever before attempted. About zo,ooo men were in line. The presence of members of the Women's Labor league was also a feature of the parade. At the city park addresses were made by Governor Nash and Frank S. Monnett, At Kansas City, BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Kansas City, Sept. 7.-Ten thousand men were In line in the Labor day parade here today. At Salt Lake. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Salt Lake, Sept. 7.-Labor day was more generally observed in Utah than ever be fore. At the big mining camps of Park City, Mercur, Bingham and the Tintie dis. trict not a pick was raised, and organi)i labor devoted itself to a quiet celebratiop £Coatlaued oa Plge Two,) MINING MEN ARE INVADING TOWN DEADWOOD IS FULL OF DELEGATES TO ANNUAL CONVENTION OF THE CONGRESS. YOUNG ROOSEVELT THERE Son of Chief Executive an Interested Spectator-Some of the Promi nenit Men to Speak. PV\' ,N'ltArtPl llIRad. .2 adwood,,. S. I).. Sl et. 7.---l .legaites III titla irtltican \lin t in congresl li ti to. tl.arrive in large nuIt erti oft tii. late train biot t1-gr tt Iand ait noon today thi r'tgii traI Ii lln hok ill thle iotl r of Stell art l .tI. h I ,'oltaitell the flute" of several h aultt ll. Inttrest ill the procedhlings of the run KItr. wits give llt n il etl.us bv the Ih ti.Il ,f Secretlry of the Irrtnlury Shaw tild ( ti )tl liil let I il'r1 . ' 2 1 12 -i htt- ..:ir - hIIi (1 ii rnour iterried anti ,tall of W uth Ila oItther prominent arrivals in211 Iiit a in r of Helen Mth n who otsill dliver Ater , htf-ori thie iicongress, ntll2y .lhi I. \\lei tcer of ( unoha, Nch., I,i. W . I'latkl er of t\\ahitl toI l, 1). '~.. alld c )r. I .. J. Ii.l , .tIlae 1Ke logis.l of toullh lt;akal. I Thiieodore kl ,ns.vIt ll, 1(1 t1 r .. ici',' ltt i l by Captain Set.o I trlloe kli, upy riellllllt of the Illack Hills fhretl lserve,, \h,",1i li.est he 11i t 1s hli tI t i t ri l ,ve2,i l w l , l .i . w : , ai interle.ted s.|lictatoilr a; .t I the 51r(l 1t ,it l Ic,.lanttl t '( ily, taki inill Ithe .pli 1it .,sh liliun iflll( lll Hill, ari a, at flit, mll hrll palie and i:tllleeti lg m ty l inig fI.ei It wa.i raining. ll2d yini g hwiat pielt -ar tttl(i2ta pit rcit:it' 'hppearance in a 22pti2 i ti delegates, spu i kr'il , ti l miner, oril Ihy iv ln ie:t the' Frlll kli h1t1 l irntighl. GEORGE REE-D A SUICIDE Son of Helena Man Shoots Himself After a Fall. t ' 1 i i, ,1 lil. 1o ili l IN1 1 ,lll if t 'l21 il.iN. I'h es.ter, Sept. ;r.- Aftel r hating sulellri :aret ain in his haI astil th r stlt of a t: 11 lrout i C horse several we r ,, ago, th org .I Reed, sot. of \\ illimn I t Ied of Ihh ita, called his lift- ;,t his 2i lth, ,!o ,tiles south lofIt h're ; -ttl!' ay by hlulltig' i; is helieved his I raihi twas TltltedI h th .f,1, aiild that 2 Ih2 p1it: i he halll tii.c.t 1y tilred h ;mtill' iil thf 2le 1 . uh iiiilt t n(dh y nicfe of 1o iilltir. Iee. whl i i Sils r'.,i tlt t il irllto i hi, t h1it , r2 ill law, ',h:lre he remu inll fi r half ;i4, hoir, tilk i t:i; (lit v iri iu hmatterl 2 o f g2 'eral i:i terf u t. lIu rottl r hit, toIll hi es f t-il ith he fil I.l itt!rl, land in lthe eiarly veling rI t iird tol ,i1 , yl .il shaRck occupiedi by t two if the ulitpluyesll. l'htse , n 'laiay h2 e wals 1app2121 ,-lily nervous ;till restle.'. They induced h int 1inally to go to hell, w hore lie appr t 'I'y went to sleep. IEairly in the Itlrning a pistol ishot rinllI ft, :1,nr the two ei iplt s.tt juft ipl2 2 from2 i tt ,ir Ie ts to ti Id Ml r. PIt(l Ii . ,; te.al til 'ht du.i rtep, a revoli r in hi. h1:i an i2 t hole it his h l.a . I li , died in !;tlntly, Mr. I'ited w1s .18 pars of ilI, aid I wlia , a wid oW ill1 IWO ehillld(:1. COLORADO DEMMIES MEET Are to Nominate a Judge of the Supreme Court. Itif ,.-'1 1'IA I lt 1'I 1. I l itvr, .S ipt, 7. T ie d 0Iall'r li' sta:le . nit l,l a i ln et in this city tlo ay for the i,'u:.e of In lililn ilng a candil'ltl for j',, e iof tlle s. prt'li1e ctilt. Ni lither n: inaiil ns are to Ili made this yeri'. . Thle leading lh ndilidates i or fh t ilnlil ',1 are IJistrict .hl d JIihn I. liillits tuinl Ad ir \W ilsa.i f I )iranll i, fiorl rly buldg 1,f lhe . court of appell Is. .1ni i s: is thi, choice of the imajority (if thlt d- l ,.gatei, frolm the northern part if fhe, state, and \\ ilsnli's sutpp rt iolh s m!aihly from -til htern ('olora.nl . There are sevtr;L "dark horse" pl ssibiliti.s, including for mer (oingressnili Jolhll C. Icll. t he convention was called to ardor •hortly after Io o'clock at the I'lmocratic chub by .11ilton tinith, clhaiirmni;ui of the Miale c nlilnittee, who w.ts cilo.l as t'nl. porary and permanent chairmllan. After the appointitlit of i f e ttlit al loln ni,ittes the convention took a reecw until i 2. ;,0i i. III. FAMOUS KIMBALL IS SHOT Trick Dog Is Known All Over the Great Northwest. Kitlball, the prize trick water spanil. belonging to James Orton, a highly-prizecl anlimal, returned to tile ()rton ce.sidetlce, 8o8 Caledonlia street about 7 :~30 a. ict. today with a bullet hole through its neck and its owner fears the animhal will die. He charges Morris Patrton, who runs the barber shop in the Finlen hotcl with shoot intg the animal and consulted the cotinty attorney and Judge lBoyle about bringing proceedings against him. "Patton admits he shot tile animal," said Mr. Orton, "because tihe log was pestering some of Ihis dogs at his home a few doors from ours. I think it was a pure case of spite. I wouhl not take $t,ooo for that dog and will make it warm for Patton, if there is any law in the coun try." At last accounts the dog was alive and a veterinary was trying to save its life, The cleverness of this dog is famous in ?Montana. It seemed to possess almost human intelligence. BLUECOATS DOT THE HILLS Colorado Militia Throw Cordon About Cripple Creek. IY ASSOCIATED PHIRESR. Cripple Creek, Sept. 7.-Cripple Creek's seven rich hills are..today fairly dotted with soldiers of the national guard, Every large property is belted with a line of blue-coated pickets, and it is no ex aggeration to say that one cannot go too yar.di in any part of the famous mineral dibtrlct without encountering sentinels. Supplementing the troops scattered. over ,he district are squads of cavalry which w.ll canter over the hills and make those points which no infantry parol. Sail for Amerloa. BY ASSoCIATED PRESS. Sydney, N. S. W., Sept. 7.-The earl and cotTitess of Lonsdale will be passengers on th.sttesmsr V ntura which is to sail for San LFranlsco todsa' from thibs port. LABOR LISIENS TO WORDS OF WISDOM W. W. WELCH, J. H. DURSTON AND BARNEY LINDSAY ADDRItSS THE LOCAL UNIONS OUT AT COL' '481A GARDENS Speeches by nincint Men Supplo mented by a Program of Athletic .xerciase on the ')iamond. 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'Ilie. .lp1akcr laid '.u1'~ ''Isms tlil, po1w1ir oif i h eli rii ntI 111,it t e It.r ittil , 11;Ilns and Ci ii t itetI i ck1 lI a , ftigihtl II Isitr y 1,i1osi,' o i rt i .,ra ., .to th : Zntthu Anutliakin e eallt lay ill this l.cconot. Praised Kennedy. Ili also ,1p ,k . in praise , Ih,' I. ,. illl\ 1 Kisnow dyit, lt ho I taiilliV wilt III havii g the Il.w nat;i lh in Mo tlallu i iln l l 1 Ifh., 111. Slh'lei Ilarerid i t he hIllt Ia did lenti l umc all, sll o tl aitali;t ih s cIi.t. h I hlie la lhoric g ilan. l ut was i I " tl 11 the liah r iln( lmani's 11w11 dl ntnill . I (.iltl 111 hr prdirtdll thel lulitlitivc inld referesllldnil Ill ,h'lird that flit- inie r w rkinhl1gs of lalor ni s %all Io the 1.etlilr .lll of llily Imhc e y i,.) r %- e l uring fl l hill upllihl inil, of ill e ht ian li a , '1 li b sllliaker q1uo td frtr i \1' 1i1h 1 hillipn' alvih. to l( li,, iiig 1 il Ito c r iu ) 11 prll'olT' ",ti II 1,;illiitlr 11 lla1 i 'd ", \itli n etcr il l,lg t," lia Ialsle t1d it Ilhe tIIilenltii L pI litiiici s. 'Th," glu l l g iltnl w lK hili', llR I enl'ly, lhih ,plc kei1r rt il viciid, \1ili, all hlt- plowcr it hisi hal I' h i;ails Iur the shi owlr ihat lhoidw s fhli sten hIll , 1 i,5 , ll ii making a move to de )' (liltl hilug. Ihe alv rait, d 15 , ing a a;i s 'I'lfr ll,l Ih , yst, li nIlll rli which mnwl.I , e give i ,n ,iy Ihrir liv . Ihrir all, f.or a hlle xi hlnil,, "A'1 wh11 )I'll wallt and 'Iiilild yoir right," ,:1i, ihr .paklrr. Wholesome Advice. M r. I.inl :;iy of fhl, sft litoii y engii, lerti pave fh, litolln 1li1.1 5(11ll1, wholleuul alll t isr in the ' rs' e .llsr, hi, 'p|rckrh. I hei ' ll aIt illle iram was ti tak n lip al til hllh l gra d ami i, going toll It t liti litl. 'ih're w're lout races,i fuor lloys, girls, miisi i lt w iilll,, t'a lin u ju ripingl iand lth r a r tlehst,. 'J w last ball , lun of the .4-asol wax als iIh lle ,1l blwlaern Iltllat mid S.it I.Lke, The It. X" M. hand fiirniihrd excelhlenl 1inusic duriiig the afturr o.in. 'J hi It. will lbe ali hil t.c tonight to 4 11i tilt, day, BIG HANDICAP IN CHICAGO Probable Starters in the Great Twentieth Century Event. 11c' A .., l llAiI.f 110 .iM , Cli 'ago, Se. p. 7.-T ''h .. Tweni.th Cr"... the cog road. BASE.ALL TODAY . Following is the score by innings of game in progress at Butte this afternoon: t s 4 - , 7 e 9 R• BUTTE - - - T ***** 4 SALT LAKE ". UNIONS IN LINE FOR LABOR'S DAY PARADE OF LOCAL WAGEWORKERS EXTENDS OVER PRINCIPAL BUTTE STREETS. MAKE A FINE SHOWING Number of Men in Line and Lavish Uni form Indicate the Prosperity of Greatest Camp. The labor organizationn which won the Labor Day parade prizes were as follows : First prize, town lot valued at $150, Mill and Smeltermen's union. Second prize, $50 in cash, Machinists' Third prize, $25 in cash, Blackarmiths' It waIs I iahir lav. sal it i wai ,retchratelt in ma-;nltirent styl e. with a Imlade ,a tyerrl atilt., in Inle ,th. ctu ll nsti', spe.le .is and SpI rts. 'lih lia adlh NI it. tilt'i igli the .iru i'ts ii Iit' citV. :n1d filt ri is of i lil pro 'gralll Wn . I li il'ttlll' lllt .i1 ('i lll (h ;ia r IIt . wlluiti hei r i %l tI-, hrlat il'nilrg ill tfile timinll i I, bIu the .11 i l',h in thil cile 1 , hlihl m lher hiilly lea skies ;h in a I iu.,ator. Ihat. I tllh haisk, r. t. t y I t.liia llt ar f tl i II 'll y itn i ai t 4 i htl l',n it ilr l ilt l .l ipe t ' lia.urs. Always of Interest. "Ihl,' r hle',tin o if thii Ihay set uaside fi r the h in u i Ig I I the ,.Id I it la. r ;11111 I,:mr ':;lllirii lN ills islI ' o tut i l r is rlwilt fn( iis tila' ii lhn lh. III t t .. t y ),rs, vi ery .uIIIu ll iife :l ii admillri l ci lei ratlinlls liai ,' i l. it it hI heir. If is It ihln , ;ly. hri w. ,v r, that thi, ri i-hral uiu l l,4h;y " ,lre hlle il a 'd 1 h11 '., 1a-s S11,141 .my -i lhlt plast r''chlh tlin.., It will a t tii"-oii' 1 fur Im.all ll ill .'i y piullr.i iti ll.ir. (ill of vim ail satisf;ilioi to the iiii ii u l \ il u ,cs 11 il lr t u iirs I irou itn tin uihi litii i i. ii i toii n l a iii i i Ihill is i lio tl l illu n11i hlr hll r Ih .iIt lr ,,liwIriltiuns, i al hl.u i nmlise turuIolls ~fj file virini I" , ,ir ll II h i l ilhr rlle l m tlay ;ll Ih i tiai u ,l , ' h ll It ll l Ihrl I't lion tiia tirlhl 1s :ii t lmul nl .,h iii to the Ih .tiiluty, inui,,i Il i 4 Ic, lim i..s : iii lilir ury ixesirisex Iilhl parade wtios a ituig fly u e i siull (.I. i Ihr 1 elirrise. at ill Il. (;irdl lll llll4st i tr ui ltilt. and appIl ria't . Iuvitrylhody wrl.i illil of lll limt l:ir iue Io ,ll lr da iy letlhria lIiol, :ntllll e i ' ihliriig counli nts pa ealli i oill l the hilitisoi t e aii d ll novel and iii li s fieatuire of tihe i llabor d:iy l roes-i. sinnl wtere eniless.. Wilh hnl il rs flying, 'llNirellas iintt, n- lo wlav ingl, frl r hritiill Irotit'e .ri ll r x. hleul il fr, l l a poinr t hlfll, ai mile s iilth ni I fuitdwy, west to Maiii. nInorh to rnl. Ih, wiies to Wyoming u.ll ill it.lh fui Wy u tli hll ll, a mile ma re, t adl t huala thllfi u ii 'l Mal rylui, ll : ti ute litl r', itihI t fil 1 it hal b tr an l tli move. n Ih was a striking rul martial o , ecti i,.t, lll l l. ulii.ilt'. fti i tl, Ilifut ilt & with the e Itiusi ts t. e nton & hlti it one sof iting il lic air and stirring lie hiai r (-iiulint liai ut'i, uiid the liiinc. Ihl .e of ittll r tl of tiil l hllrs ill l the h rlie. I ilr t hit,,r oll I hii l f lllc olltit tiiriie lhl ulIshilhe, and fie bdges aid banners I-vtr lIyb y was in i goll .i l or, 1h1 i iinherh (fll all o hl, orgati lni. lit i out, 1n. livenl by the brisk atmosphere, Inarchrd withl lively sipoli llt d stiil llgotl c r siilir N, 1141 ilt air of life, prosperilty an gt,I farlluwithilp spres. over hlt e slt en't Il wlas inie i a din ilay for alut ,, four hltoir and flr ti th i la r i l rgt:at liza tionI. Dense Crowds. Wihilh ihe parade was passing along Main sei ii the crowds iir that lil o the sih walks were so dense tlhat it was diflia 'lrt to ipass tihrough lthe.n i nd i ctnlili il it wtere flying from the lips of the 'i.hple fivision all ai edd Thi was hloe 'int ill wh th e rilh io nlmax of the pr cn M.oint was reached, alnd cerlainly it mailhe a hit with thlie croiwds. "'thiis is oih of the finest il.Miahr day parades I ever saw," wax a co(-no11 t to oe heard t o all huiis, and the ian th gers of the celeratiin iand all the par ticiiasiits catie in for praise. Almost viey lanor orfall zatioii iii rudly.strt the ii n ra fui ll forai , ;iiar iiiv rl, t vey oi 'liedriistic onconir i tdor the p focloion. lator tr' all th, organitzations had been Ibroutoht iiiio ord'r and thse wo,) for the .. . .. (Co;ntinued_..n ., Pale 'two.). ... .