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'Phone 264 GROUND FLOOR STABLES 221 South Main St. SCHOENFELO TALKS ON MONTANA EVILS SECRETARY OF STATE BOARD OF CHILD AND ANIMAL PROTEC TION IS HERE. HELENA NOT ALONE IN VICE Other Cities in Which Evils Unmention able Exist Are to Be Investigated by Him in Near Future. Secretary Otto F. Schoenfeld of the state bureau of child and anllinal protec tiun,, in iB tutte in the interest of the hureau, having just returned from (;reat Falls, where he took three little children to the State O)rlphans' home. The children were taken fromn their mother at Twin Brilges. it l'"vinl 'l*veloped that she was unable to care for them. In an interview Mr. Schoenfell gave an outlinL of what the bureau is doing and explressed himself as greatly encouraged by the results thus far obtained. Meets With Success. "I have met with flattering success in Lewis aiil Clarke counlty," said Mr. Schoenfeld, "andt if tile same support is accorded me by ally other county attorneys as that giveni by Mr. Lincoln Working of Lewis and Clarke I look for great results in the future. "It is my inltetion to see that the law regardiing the sale of liquor to minoirs is enforced. It is a well knlown, fact that beer and also stronger drinks are sold to young men and girls in wine rootms. This is prohib.ted by law, and tunder this head I intenld to put a stop to the practice if in my power. "As an examnple of what the bureau is doing, only recently a young man was locked up in Hlelena on the charge of assault, and the above charge was proved groundless, but It developed that the young man and the girl, who was but 14 years of age, had been drinking at the park. I think I canl safely say that the resorts where liquor is sold to minors are respon sible for more evil than all of the other institutions of the state combined. Helena Not Alone. "The cases in Helena where the young men now held on the charges of seduction and procuring were the result of my in vestigations, and I will say r' ht here that Helena is not the only that is afflicted with this evil, and ere is likely to be a surprise in Butte before very long. "A great deal depends upon the co-opera tion of county attorneys, and in this re gard I have to ol'fr thanks not only to Mr. Working but to County Attorneys R. W. Berry of Cascade county aqtl Charles Pray of Chouteau, both of whom have rendered invaluable assistance." Mr. Schoenfeld leaves this evening for Helena to take up his work where he left'off. CANNOT SECURE THIE MEN Chicago Marble Dealers Are Unable to Start Up Again. BY ASSOCIATED PlRtLt. Chicago, Sept. 24.--None of the four firms of the National Marble Dealers, who have maintained a lockout of their em ployes since Motlday, was able to open full handed today, although all undertook to re sume work, Their places were picketed by the Marble Workers' union, the men hav ing thus far refused to accept the terms of the association, which had announced that the "open sh.op" policy would be observed, Quiet at Bedford. SV ASSOCIATED PsESs. Bedford, Ind., Sept, a4.-All the stone mutters of the Bedford district stru;k today on orders fromn St. Louis to either quit or surrender their charter. CRIME AND DEATH RECORD OF.A DAY INDIANA MAN 6HOOTS MARSHAL AND WHEN PURSUED TURNS WEAPON ON HIMSELF. FOR CRIMINAL ASSAULT Baker City Saloonkeeper Charged With Terrible Offense-New Jersey Man a Suicide. RY ASO('IArt:t I'sEaSS. )entver, Colo., Sept, a .-Russell holes is being brought from W\estminster, B. C., to stand trial in Denver where the crimes of which he stands accused were conm mitted. On the evening of December 3r, o0ot, lnorence Fridborn, then t6 years old, went to it pond in North Denver to skate, accomtpanied by her brother Harohid, 14 years old. Wh\\ile Iuttin:c on their skates, they were approached bly a man who pretended to search the by's clothing for money and then trtned to assault the girl. lHarold, who had been knocked down, rose and went to the aid of his sister, who was fighting desperately. Thereupon the man struck the boy on the head with an axe, the blow killing him. The umurderer then brutally assaulted the girl. by the side of her brother's (lead body. HIoles left the city within it month after the crimes were commtnitted, After long search lie was arrested at New West. minster, It. C., through the efforts of Town Marshal Willis of Sullivan, Ind., who ac companird Florentce Frilhorn to New \Vestminster, where she yesterday positive ly idenittied the pristoner as her assailant anld hIer brother's murderer. A special front Vancouver says that Bol'es hears a scar on his thltum where Miss Fridlbrn says shn jbit him when lie assaulted her. In British Columbia, the Imant was ktlowtn as Jewel, but Marshal Willis jpositively identitied himt as Boles whom hie hadl ktnown all his life. Then Kills Himself. North Vernon, Ild., .dSetpt. 24.-William Wilkerson, a citizen of this place, while intoxicated, drove his family front home. Marshal Schwake was appealed to and tpyttl enlterinlg tile premises was warned by W'ilkerson to proceed no further. The marshal paid nto attention antd was shot atnd instatttly killed by Wilkerson. \\ ilkerson immedliately started for the country and a posse was organlized to pur sue him. .ater a riot alarm was turned in and manly citizens joined in the chase. Half a mile front towtn Vilkerson ,was tutr rounded. but killed himtself with the same gunt with which lie had shot Marshal Schwake. Wilkerson was formerly a guard at the tldianla reformtatory in Jeffersonville. For Unmentionable Crime. Biaker City, Ore., Sept. 24.-Dl)eputy Sheriff Snow wats called to D)urkee yes terday afternoon to arrest Charles IUitncr. a saloonkeeper, itlupon the ch:arge of Ilhavihg commhited it criminal s.|,aauItl upon it t. - year-old girl, tihe daughtcr of Robert M.c Aulav, the proprietor of the I)urkec hotel. It is stated that the crime %sas coimmitted several lays aigo anId Iat the timte Witner was nottiied to leave townl, but lie refused to go,. Yesterday the little girl's condition he c:lame serious and a It mob of citizens started out to reek venlgeance upon the ;author of the crime. Ritner was warned in time to flec. The citizens hunted all afternnon and all last night for Ritner, but failed to find him. Robert Allen a Suicide. Red Bank, N. J., Septt. at.-Robert Allen, Jr., a promitcnt lawyer, 3o years of age, was foulld dead yesterday in a wagonl house in the rear of his residence, with a Ibullet wounld in his head and a revolver by his side. It is rumored that business troubles were the cause of his taking his life. Mr. Allen was formerly a member of the assembly. Street Shooting Affray. 'lPh iladelphin, Sept. a4.-In it running exchange of shots oni the street today l'o liccntan John l)onovan, :7 years old, and Samuel Archer, a ,negro, were fatally vwoundled. Dionovan oblserved the negro acting suts piieously and attemplted to arrest hint. Archer fired and was pursued by Dono vtti atllIl three other Ipolicelletn. 'Thle policemen dlischarged their revol vers after the fugitive, who returnted the fire. )lte elshot frotm hIis pistol struck l)onovan in the abdomen. Archer was shot four timtes, once over thie heart. ORA Y PLATA CLUB TO MEET Reorganization for the Season Is to Be Effected Sunday. The Ora y Plata clubl will hold its first meeting of the season next Sunday after noon at the club rooms. The meecting is for the purpose of reorganization, election of officers, and appointing of standing com mittees, Arrangements will also be made regard ing the coming dancing season, as this club is distinctly a pleasure club, There are about roo members in the club and it is the purpose of the club to con tinue to hold its present high place amnong the social organizations in the city. nILLa.s BPos 4YA T-A 5Sn rrFaný4co -P. HAS AN INDIVIDUALITY A SPICY PUNGENT FRAGRANCE A NOSY INVITING FRESHNESS These It took from the sunshine tnd soil of the celebrated district where grown. Has never been spoiled by handling. Is olea 1iSO Cups to a Poued poe tea Is P.1kag a:t aroe. FIND HENRY STARK' GUILTY OF THEFT JURY IN JUDGE MoCLE.RNAN'6 COURT RETURNS A VERDICT OF BURGLARY AGAINST HIM PUNISHMENT LEFT TO CqURT Stark's Story of the Finding of the Sad die in His Possession-Louis 'oslin's Trial Is Begun. Henry Stark was found guilty of bur glary in the first degree by the jury, in Judge McClernan's court. Punishment is left to the court. Judgment will tke pro iounced Monday. Stark has hardly reached his majoilty. lie was charged with entering the barn Ibelonging to G. T. Van Wart at 64' O4ln rodo street, in company with Louis Goblin, and stealing a saddle. In Possession of Saddle. horse tracks were seen in the alley nlear the barn and the next morning Van Wart followed the tracks to Wisdom., heaverhead county. There he found (;olitl and Stark in possession of the saddle. They had oltered to sell the saddle to the liveryman where their horses were stabled, but the deal had not been completed when they were arrested. The defense made by Stark, who was tried first, was that he had purchased the saddle from some unknown m.ti. lie stated that he had paid $ao for the saddle, The person, selling it to himt, he said, he had ilot seell since. Upon crosi-examn ilnation Deputy Couitty Attorney Yancey asked Stark if it were not a fact that he had stolen one of the horses ridden by the young men from L.emuel l1atten of the Nine Mile house. Stark denied it. Goslin Trial On. The county attorney has filed an infor mation in the court charging Gosiln'lntl Stark with the theft of a brown mare and colt from flatten on July la, the dty' be fore the saddle was taken from the Van Wart barn. HARDER TO ENTER INTO CITIZENSHIP LAST ACT OF CONGRESS MAKES IT ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE FOR A*'. ARCHISTS TO ENTER. . REPORT OF CLERK ROBERTS Government Official Is Here to See How Many People Have Been) Natural ized in This County. Under the act' passed by congress 'last winter it will be harder for aliens to be come citizens of the United States than heretofore. Special Examiner C. V. Van I)eusen for the government has asked for a report from the clerk of the court of Silver How county. The report of Clerk Sam Roblerts shows that during the year mto2, 808 persons were naturalized. Of these 42j had first papers and 386 were naturalized under the minor clause. Where a person comes to the United States before he is I8 years of age he may secure his naturalization papers Wvit out going through the formality of tlke first papers. This gave an opportunity to perpetrate fraud by falsely swearing that the applicant came to the United States before lie was 18 years of age. The act passed at the last session of congress excludes idiots, insane persons, anarchists and other characters from, entrance. In the new blanks the appli cants must answer questions bearing on these points. Stress is laid on anarchists or persons who seek to overthrow the government of the United States or all governments. Means will be found to verify the state ments of the applicant. In the p.pt, the only verification necessary was thr, tuei ,nony of the applicant and two witnesses. BUTTE MEN ATTEND THE BODY TO WARM SPRINGS Services Over Remains of Late Paul Mitchell Are Conducted There by Anaconda ,Minister. Funeral services were held over the 'body of J,. Paul Mitchell at Warm Springs this afternoon at a :Jo, Rev. H. E. Robbins of St. Mark's church of Anaconda conduct ing the services. After the servlcp the funeral cortege was taken to Deer Lodge on the afternoon train and the body'laid at rest by the side of his father, Dr. "A. H. Mitchell. The body reached Butte this morning at 2 :45 from Red Rock, and was accompanied by William Mitchell, brother of the de ceased. Sherman & Reed prepared the body for burial, and at 6 o'clock thi mormr ing it was taken overland to .Wart Springs, escorted by Postmaster Ojprge W. Irvin, Dr. O. Y. Warren, Dr. Wst phal of Baltimore, Lanier Napton, Ok'les II. Renshaw and F. C. Cavanaugh of iutte. The last three named, with-Donald Lara hie, Joseph Mulcahy, both of Deer Lodge, and G. H. Banaka, will act as pallbearers.' The accident which caused the death of Paul Mitchell was the overturning of a Concord stage two miles below Noble, Idaho, Tuesday morning. While driving over a very narrow road the earth gave way and precipitated the coach dawn a narrow embankment. Paul Mitclell'iýJody was found, bruised and broken. He had been instantly killed. TO OPEN UP CHIPPEWA LAN0 Three Quarters of a Million Acres to'Be Ready For Taking Up. IY ASSOCIATED PRESS, Washington, D. 'C., Sept, a4.--Commis pioner Richardson of the general land office today named November so at o a. m,, as the date of the opening". to settlement of the three quarters of a million acres of ceded Chippewa lands in Minnesota, recently segregated from the timber land of that rescrvat s in ,.. , TAMMANY LEADER ON THE CAMPAIGN MURPHY SAYS AIoLAUGHLN IS EN TITLED TO HIS OWN VIEWS OF THE SITUATION. MAYOR LOW THE CANDIDATE Republioan and Citizens' Union Commit tees Endorse His Administration Jerome Stands Ground. RY ASSOCIATED PRESS. New York, Sept. a4.-When the state ment made yesterday by Hugh McLaugh lin, leader of the Kings county, Brooklyn, democracy was shown to Charles F. Murphy. leader of Tammany hall, Mr. Murphy made the following statement: "Mr. McLaughlin, whom I respect very much, is certainly entitled to explain his views. I would not as an individual nor as a representative of Tammany hall ever recommend the candidacy of any matt who would stand for grdft or any other kind of dishonesty. "As I have said before, Colonel Mc Laughlin, in my mind, is qs strong a can didate as any of the gentlemen who have been mentioned up to the present time, and if nominated and elected would fill the of fice of mayor to the satisfaction of the people of our city. "There is no doubt in my mind that the convention will select a ticket that no democrat need hesitate to support. "In the city democratic convention, which will nominate a candidate for mayor, Tammany hall will have a majority of the delegates, Manhattan and the Bronx having more votes than Brooklyn, Queens and Richmond combined." Fusion Nominees. The Republican and Citizens' Union committee met last night, the former at the Grand Central Palace and the latter at Cooper Union and nominated to head the city ticket candidates decided on at the conference of the anti-Tammany forces: Seth Low for mayor, Edward M. Grout, for comptroller and Charles V. Frones for president of the board of alder men. The republican convention met early in the afternoon and adjourned until evening out of respect to the memory of Frederick S. Gibbs of the republican national com mtittee, whose chair, as a member of his district delegation, was draped in mourn ing. Low Indorsed. The platform was drawn when the con vention reassembled and was as follows: "The republicans unqualifiedly indorse the business-like administration of Mayor Low, Comptroller Grout and President Frones," and declare that the promises of two years ago had been fulfilled in letter and design." The issue of the campaign was declared to be the continuance of this "honest, intclligentc administration." At the convention, R. Fulton Cutting, as chairman of the conference committee, presented the names of the three candi dates, seconding speeches were made and the nominations were then voted for when the convention adjourned. When told that the fusionists had nom. inated Low, Grout and Frones, District Attorney Jerome said: "I assume that the platform in its gen eral scope and trend will be what it was in the last campaign-that is, that it will substantially be a drawing of the line be tween decency and indecency. "I should be discouraged more than I have words to express did I believe that in the two conventions that these were the sincere and untrammeled expressions of the delegates to those conventions. Upon the information of men good and true and loyal, I have made my fight, such as it was. I have not one word to retract, change, amend or soften. Everything I have said is absolutely true and is known to be so. I will fight this fight, if such a man. as I can be of service, to the bitter end, and when it is finished I shall shake the dust from my feet and until I can find leaders to whom truth means more than such sham and hypocrisy, to whom faith is even greater than victory, I will stand as I have stood, alone." Oppose McClellan. Hugh McLaughlin, democratic leader of Kings county, authorized a statement yes terday in view of the conflicting reports circulated for some time regarding the position of the Kings county democracy on the proposed nomination of Congress man George B. McClellan 'for the mayor alty. That he regarded the same inan visalble because of Mr. McClellan's in timate relation to the leader of Tammany hall and the fact that he is not known to the public as a strong man personally. Should Murphy insist on McClellan's nomination in the face of the opposition of Kings county he would, in Mr. Mc Laughlin's opinion, "incur a wholly unnec essary risk of defeat at the polls," ENTRIES. FOR GOLF MEET Former Champions Are Not Going to Compete This Year. mY ASSOCIATE PRBBSS. New York, Sept. 4.--The entries for the National Woman's Amateur championship golf competition to be played on the links of the Chijcago Golf club, Wheaton, Ill,, from Sep. tember a9 to October 3, vere given out here today to Secretary Martin Ballou of the United States Golf association. The list contains the names of neither Mrs. Stout, formerly Miss Genevieve Hecker, National woman champion in sgoe and 'gpo, nor Mrs. A. M. Manice, Metropolitan woman champion in agoa. The list follows: .Mrs. W.' A. Alexander, Exmoor Country club:; Miss Bessie Anthony, Glenvlew club; Miss Marion Austin, Chicago Golf club; Miss Sally R. Ainslee, Westward*.Io Golf club; Merriam Anthony, Evanston Golf club; Miss Mary i). Ainslee, Westward-no Golf club; Miss Lillian Biddle Riverton Country club; Miss Georgians Bishop, lrooklawn Country club; Miss Florence Borden, Fall River Golf club; Mrs. Reginald Barlow, Merriam Cricket club;.Mrs. J. If. Brower, Chicago Golf club; Mrs. E. C. Berriman, Edgewater Golf club; Mrs. Ii. A. Bridler, Lake Geneva Country club; Miss Bishop, St. Paul; Miss Ariw Fraser Cotton, Chicago Golf club; Miss J. Anna Car. penter, Westward Ho Golf club; Mrs. iU. ,. Cummings, Inverness club; Mrs. E. W. Cra mler, Chicago Golf club; Miss Grace Collins, Chicago Golf club; Miss E]dith Collins, St. Louis Golf club; Mrs. F. E. E.Donohoe, Edge. water Golf club; Miss Jane Durrell, Edge. water Golf clubi Mrs. C. L. Deering, Midlo thian Country club; Miss FP. D. Everett, Ex moor Country club; Mrs. Caleb F. Fox, Hunt. ington Valley Country club; Mrs. John .), Foster, Los Angeles Country club; Miss Frances C. Griacom, Merton Cricket club; Mrs. John R. L, Gott, Chicago Golf club; Mrs. A. W. Goodrich, Chicago Golf club, Mrs, Gordon, St. Paul; Miss Katherine liar. RHEUMATISM Positively Positively Cured Cured -- 4~ i ----- DR. JOHN L. KELLETT Dr. Kellett is at the head of the largest co-operative business institution in the West. He is the founder, president and general manager of the California Co-operative Medical company, which has more than 1,4oo stockholders, with a capital of $t,75o,ooo.oo This company is sustained by the sale of its marvelous remedies. They are sold by all leading retail and wholesale druggists. Oil of Eden and Sweet Spirits of Eden These remedies have proven their marvelous virtue as being the most wonder ful, effective and valuable compounds known for the cure of rheumatism, liver, kidney, stomach and nervous troubles. Kellett's Oil and Sweet Spirits of Fden. Are not cheap remedies, but inexpensive cures. They do the work; do it quickly and permanently. If a cure is what you want, it is waiting for you. In calling for Oil and Sweet Spirits of Eden, please insist on getting what you call for. There is nothing "just as good." OIL AND SWEET SPIRITS OF EDEN ARE POSITIVELY GUAR ANTEED TO CURE RHEUMATISM AND KINDRED COMPLAINTS. DOUBT NO LONGER. READ ON FOR PROOF. A FEW OF THE THOUSAIOS OF TESTIMONIALS: S. M. Martin, M. D., writes the following for the American Journal of Health of New York and says: "Well entitled to a place among genuine specifics is Oil of Eden, offered by Dr. John L. Kellett of ,Oakland, Cal., for the cure of rheuma tism, neuralgia and kindred complaints. This we are willing to indorse in very distinct terms, because we have secured abundant evidence, justifying us in doing so. Having referred the question of the efficacy of this remedy to medical men of extensive experience, and at the same time having thoroughly looked up the record it has made for itself among the people who have used it, we secured a mass of positive evidence in its favor." Dr. F. S. Ferrill, Forest City, Ark., says he had a good reputation for treating rheumatism, but he failed in every endeavor to cure his wife until he got the Oil of Eden, which took her out of bed for the first time in several months, inside of a week. He also recommends it for neuralgia, sore throat and enlarged glands. Mr. J. T. Rees, McPherson, Kan., writes: "I write concerning your Oil of Eden. While in Stockton I purchased a bottle for my rheumatism. It cured me, and after going back to Kansas I gave the remainder of the bottle to a lady friend, whom the doctors said they could not cure. In two weeks' time she walked over to my house to thank me for the good it had done her. Inclosed please find $a.oo for another bottle." T. S. Hensley, Salem, Ore., writes: "I have suffered a great deal from drop sical swellings, and until I bought a bottle of Oil of Eden and used it had found no relief. And now, from practical experience, I do not hesitate to guarantee it to cure all diseases of a rheumatic nature." W. H. Loomis, M. D., ex-consulting physician of Fablola hospital, Oakland, Cal., says there have been some remarkable cures made of rheumatism, neuralgia, eczema and enlarged glands with Kellett's Oil of Eden. Sweet Spirits of Eden will positively purify the blood and cure chronic constipation, diseased digestion, ner vous prostration and restore lost vitality caused by old age, sickness or over taxation. John N. Sellick, Smith's Flat, El Dorado county, Califjonia, writes: "Let me tell you that I Lave suffered untold torture and pain with white swellings of the leg for nine years. I tried all kinds of remedies and as many physicians as my father and myself could afford, but it kept getting worse and worse. And now, thanks to $3.oo worth of Oil of Eden, I am a well man again." Placerville, Cal. Dr. John Kellett: Dear Sir-In reply to your inquiry, I will say that I have used all horse medicines known in the market, but have seen nothing to equal Oil of Eden in removing spavins, curbs and splints, while as to the curing of rheumatism, it has no equal. Yours respectfully, TUCK HALDRIDGE. Conrad Stricklin, Coyote Station, Cal., writes: "It is with pleasure I tell you and all of those it may benefit that Oil of Eden is a godsend, for it cured my son after being given up as incurable by the best physicians. He was taken with sci atic rheumatism several years ago; it turned to lumbago, and finally to curvature of the spine. His back and lower limbs became so twisted that he was not out of his room for two years. But Oil of Eden brought him out all right, for it proved to be a friend in time of need." TEETH Largest Dental Offices in Butte Regular $8 Gold Crowns - $5.00 PERFECT SET OF TEETH AT $5 AND $10 A SET All Work (guaranteed to Be the Very finest TEETH EXTRACTED ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT .PAIN Call and Get Prices This Month Before Going Elsewhere DR. F. A. IRONSIDE THE DENTISF, Curtis Blook, 25 W. Park St. 'i4 _ _ ley, Fall River Golf club; Mrs. Mabel IIlggin, Midlothian Country club; Mrs. Jarvls Hunt, Chicago Golf club; Mrs. II. C. Kenny, Minne haha club; Mrs. Kirk, Clncago Golf club; Mrs. Elmer Mitchell, Wilmington County Golf club; Miss A. Estelle Murray. Wilmington County club; Mrs. Edward P. Martin, Chicago Golf club; Miss Katherine Moulton, Minikaha club; Miss Margaret Martin, Chicago Golf club; Mrs. B. Mclllvaine, Onwentala; Miss Jeannette McDonald, Chicago Golf club; Mrs. Lilburn McNair, the Country club, St. Louis; Mlrs, D. G. Mapwell, Edgewater Golf club; Miss Percival Manchester, Glcnview; Miss Curry Neill, Midlothian Country club; bliss Osgood, Brooklyn Country club; Miss Eliza. beth Porter, Wilmington Golf club; bliss Eliiott Rodgers,. the Edgewater club; Mrs, Allen Reid, the Chicago Golf club; Miss Eliza. beth Roberts, Glenview club; Miss Alice Re. vell, Washington Park club; Miss M. P. Spence, Merion club; Miss Louisa Well, the Country club, Chicago; Miss Martha Wilson, Onwentaia club; Mrs. Louil F. Wachmuth, Washlngton Park Golf club; Mrs, Wilson C. Work, Huntington Valley Country club; Mrs. Bertram Winston, Chicago Golf clug, and Miss Eligabcth Young, Cclumat Country club. ASKS ANOTHER CONFERENCE Pueblo, Colo., Sept. 34.-President Wil liam Howell, of District Union No. zS. United 'line Workers of America, in his annual report, read before the district convention today, recommended that an other and determined effort should be made to secure a conference with the operators of the Southern fields. A strike will be ordered by the national organization, which meets in October in Indianapolis, should the invitation of this convention be ignored by the operators, The membership in the four states that. comprise the district is z8,ooo, Mitigating Feature. Burnet--By Jove, old man, I don't see how you can be satisfied to live in Colum. bus I Why, it's as slow as Cleveland. Chittenden-That may be, but then it's a good deal nearer Cinciunat--,siarinarw Eaquirer.