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Vegetables The Finest Potatoes You Ever Tasted; to poundls for sc, or 85C too poulnd for... .e (;Geuint Jersey Sweet P'otators, six polundsl for .................... 25 C Green On)ions and I.cttuce, four hunches for. . ... Cape (ot. rnberrie, 12 I-2c per quart.................... I L L Crisp and Tendecr (clery, I-3c Home Itrand .\spatagus, 2 p, r can............................ 2 5 c en, 1 .............. .............. 1 2 C Large ie c'ucumtbcrs 2 -2c special, s pounlds ........ ...... 25c Fresh Fruit Fanncy l'caches, large bou......... .................65c Ca(.'lilorlin Ilh -k ;r;lllc , g - trge ,aket . ....................... 3 5 per drozen........ . ............ I O Ripe fear., Full of FIlvor. 5 ploind l. ....... . ... ............... 5C nemrd Puting or ('noking 90c ;Apples, ,per ,, x................. c Fresh Meats Shoulder 1'ot R1ust, o n ........... .......... ..... . Eastern Rib ioti-, IC poun .. .... .......... i .12 I-2c pl u n . ..Sh o u ld e r i .i ti l i. ... , 2 5 C r... I i. ll ................. .... .. 25 .peeial, pound........... ......... ...I 3 c i cial, IP u l .i...................... 6 C t Ii l , c ........ I .. Ril Rolled Loiard lied, putt)'1 · ........................... . . . Specials llardwood Toothpick., 5c sreciad, Iper lpakag ......... ..... sc I'arlor Matches, i5 special, iper pack,, .............. 15 Shoe lliirking, .e tin ltoday...... .............. 5 C -e5c luuttle Toittiiui I'tiui it f r............ .... ..................15 c SRustle Mii Sala it, Ug or ..................... ......... coffee Golden Mecha and Java ('ff,. .r pter pu Id ....................... .. 40c Royal \lo anaha all l | , ti k, -A per p. n. d ... ............... ...... 5 c per pound .... 3 c............. C per p.u. t ..........................3 0 c Both 'Phones 244 OECHSLI 42 West Broadway, Butto Special Sale on New Steel Ranges BI5 REDUCTIONS $40 Steel Ranges $30 $50 Steel Ranges $40 $60 Steel Ranges $5o Rents Tents, Camp Stoves, Cots and Stools. Pays highest cash price for Second Hland Household Goods. luy, sell, pack, ship, store or exchang. your household goods. Has the largest line of second hand up to date Hleating Stoves inl Montana; over 30u onl the floor; also full line of new stoves :.nd ranges to exchange for old Stoves and furniture. The largest stock and the greatest vdiety of scoltid lhand household goods in Montana to select frotm. 'Phone 923B W. H. BEAKY ARRAIGNED TO PLEAD NOT GUILTY Charged With Assault-Miller and John son Cases Continued-Bond of Lily Foley Is $260. W. 1. B ]inaky, charged with assault in the first degree utpon the person of William Smith was arraigned tlday in Judge MIc Clernatt'a court, lie pleaded not guilty. The court did not set the case for trial. Anita Miller and Grace Johutson, ac cused of rolbing a visitor of $6o, were ar raigned. Their colnsel, W. (;. Newton and B. S. Thresher asked until .Monlday to plead. The court fixed the boods of the defendants at $500 each. The bond of Lily Foley, charged with grand larceny, was fixed at $'5o. $5.00 LUMP COAL The Best Montana Coal Cottonwood Coal Co. Office 814 Utah St.. - Telephone 213 AUSTRIAN PREMIER GIVES OVER FOLIO HEDERVARY RESIGNS IN CONSE QUENCE OF ATTACKS MADE ON HIM IN THE REICHSRATH. REIGN OF TERROR PROBABLE Lives of German Residents in Budapest Are Said to Be Threatened by Uneasy Austrians. lV ASio. IA.OlIi Il ltlsR,. iirldap.st, Sept,. .0.- i cofIlluecll te of nn aldvelrsi vtile in lthe lowcr Ihoil.. of llthe Iltllitiriaii dicli yslterdIiy, I'relmier lieder vary nla ill strhliltnlt l Isii resinllti oll to I'mpellrolr IFraniisi Joseph.l ('olilnt lI errdlev:liry rcigleli ill co.t e ltleice Ill ilil own palrty votlilig lit il.tl hititi ol the rllllgroundl IIlhat i relpuliioltrn of Ii$ . Rlatiksu illade bly the .A\ucrtralinli I'reneicr, I r. 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Ioliie, |,., .I, 11ni.t-hy. ,"t. I',.iil; II 11. .llt-,i', I'aniy; 1 . II.1 . ( ',wanli, .\ l t'iiiwouke., ,\t thie ,¢,utihl'rnt 11il Johnsltoni, iLiurlin: 4;. .Ill Ila 'is. ', l i s'~i~; A . .. I't~ Fr tlhi hici. ;ii lion ell, ; , 1 Itiilnd; (> r i Eti t U nih, 1 1in-~ l . i Lece W .' Enllli., \\; in.iillton, II, (',; I. Itiiwkeri, .felflerso b,1 Ilund ; Jero' mel l % $'.'1 itl, I )*(r I,-dli.e: 1.. II, I:.lt, Kenui ckl y;). 1%Ir. I' harb ,. Ih',klehr, .\liwoulatll; J.1 I' T'illoi, Ilra.t I atlh. (l. II, ,Mh'..vnzi, Saihinan, hhih-i Mrh' I:lli, (Greatl Fa";l~ \V. 11, I'artl, i+ .li..lulh. FOSTER'S GIFT TO HARVARD Leaves $25.,000 to College and More Under Certain Conditions. HY AS , i' ,I L.,1 PI SI:s, New York, Sept. 30o.--The will of the late Richard W. Foster of tClinton, .1ass., which has just been filed contains a lie quest of $. '5,oi for Ilarvard university and, uiiinder certain conditions, the univer sity becomies a still nmore substantial ticnt ficiary. To ttnumerous missionlary and church so cieties Mr. Foster left stums of $1o,ooo; while the residue of his large estate he gives to the town of C'linton, for the erec tion and maintenance of a building to he used as a meeting place or club house for the employes.of the mills and factories and the other citizens of the town. SPLINTER CAUSES LOCKJAW V15 ASSSOii IA PRi i s, New York, Sept. 3o.-A splinter not more than half an inch long, which penetrated the palm of John Zintmer's hand, while he was working at his trade as carpenter, has caused his death front lockjaw inl its worst form. The fatal splinter was from a hemlock board. Ziimmer's hand swelled to twice its normal size in a fey minutes and the doctors were unable to check the poison. IN JUDGE BOYLE'S COURT SIn Judge lisylc's court this tiornling the case of (harkls Il belt, who was arrested )cyC. terdabyby Iealth ()licer Spenlcer for break king the quarantine regulaltions, was set for Friday, ()ctober 2. as wa- the case of Frank A\lams, charged with Iaault andl battery onil the person of Itugh Al\lahson yesterday at 238 South Alain street, James Evans and Tom 'i hotmp. soni were fined $5 each fur drunkenness. New German Sea Terror. Berlin, Sept. 3o.-Priince Henry of Prus sia is personally superintending the experi mtents of the gultarine, koat J.lilt qt Kid. IMuch secrecy is maintantief concernnt 'e new vessel and the only fact definitely known is that the observation tower is large enough to hold twto men, and that the tests are being made during storms and int darkness. ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS IN THE INTER MOUNTAIN BILLION DOLLARS BEHIND COMBINE MANUFACTURERS OF A'MERICA ARE TO FORM A GIGANTIC ASSO. CIATION VERY SOON. TO FIGHT TRADES' UNIONS Parry Is at Head of Movement--He Says New Organization Will Call s Halt on Union Methods. Chicagoi, Sept. 3o.--A federation of manllufacturers tuld elimployCers' associations, iemploying teIn of tlousanlds of stikllthl workmen and with a combined capital of abltllt a hillion dolllrs, was formed in the .rnl(itoritlm annel x yesterdlay. I'lans were mudic for a general Inmeting of rpresentatit v~ of employers' amocis tionsa nd citizens' alliances in Chicago the first week in Novnember, when a National lmploycrs' association will be formed. P:rederick W. Jobt, of the Chicago asse rinition, :toted as chairman of the pre lintinary atist ciation. The object of thit federation as an nuntceil last nlight, will he to protect ailI promtote the interests of the employcrs an.l Ihe ihllcpentnrl t \torktilni of the counti: by all h.gitimatt meanr . ANmiong the pr,, moutErs of this ;i..oiatiot, is I). M. Party. pre.itvit of the Nationawl .la:tufacture:s' assocriation, It lianlpolis. "()ir tpurpose is to cil a h:alt on thi prs.rnt to'tioto of trades unions.t" istv! 1). NI. lParry, "N hich allow no ttan t4, privilege of living unle , he is a memlbr of a l:abor orgt::izattilt. "lThe 'oIpn ihip1' is the foundtlation ,,i It is Ihl purpose of the tnew asocanti.1, to iiaht all strikes. hI.ycrtts and other lal. troubile, in the courts." BERMUDA SWEPT BY DESTRUCTIVE STORM Eanana Indus.ry Suffers and Trail of Desolation Is Left by Hurricane, Which Strikes Hamilton. II, .W A'i I11 i, It t , 4. I lifailton,. trtlnuila. Sept. .to.--Tihe hur riote vhich *s pt the islandl .Monday last tincherl a volo 'ityv f Io miles aIn Lui:r. (irett rollrt foumt the ...uthiast to the (a:tt shl~Ned the disturbainie "oI the oct-it and the inhabiitttntlis rushed in terror fri n thi streets. 'I he force l the Ithurricane was not realized until reports began to come fromi i.,latcd dis.trict, (uIIly otii pi'ronl is kliniWn to hlve leren killled, eorge I Harris. whoi met death iit dcrlnath a fIalin waling l ;,t St. (;eorg~s. lithlulrevls of houses werIe tlaotaged, many lositng their rols. 'l'he t;uttta industry :as ladly injuretd. Thr Itre.ts :ui filled w.ith dehris and the islant! s presenlt a htattertJ aspect. Thl' lossesam itltclllt to tithot:lands of puntlls. VIENNA SOCIALISTS ARE DENOUNCING THE CZAR oV A.i ' ti4i I t I ti.f, \'icoa." Srlpt .o. --\ mreeting of z.ooo sorialists was held 1:.t nig ht to pro lest agaitist the vi it of le (Czar of Russiai. \dilressus oif the most viorlent character were naTle. TIe pt aker retmarke : "The ciar, wht-e onl instrnt eatt of cultivatit n are the gallohu:. the Iprison of Siberia. comes like ai thief, a..v.tctl by the titigm:l of his crimiiies iett l l a ciOrildon of troops.. rhPle tulectilnc broke ti,) 0ilth shouts o IDown with the czar. FR. VAN DEN BROECK RESIGNS l'l IL\. 'I4 TiIL rI : .010 N'T,,AIN. I)illhn, Sept. .;o.--Pother V'atn .t 1), n Itrooek, for live years rct tr of the Catho!i church ill this city a:;14 uine of the nmoiu pipular Ilivines evetr .l Ited in )iilion, hl:s rsign el hi chlarge to accept the charge ,t St. Platricklyl mision n-:lr lCewi.towt. lie lprhiailv will preach his farewel srmatnl+I nlt'. Sunday. iRev. Fathlr I'ulien, now in chalrge at :t. l'atricl'v llis-iin :ail formerly sita tioInetl tt Irelat Fall:.. hat het assignted t th lIilliln Charge. Marion Jones Weds. New Y\)rk. Sept. ;o,.- Miss Marion JInts, ,dlughtter of formier IUnited Stain Lenator:" J.Ihn I'. Joa;Irs of Nevadn. was. marriied to Ilehri laritttifh or iS ti ci: ill riv ' ich.cli yevtlih'y. Formtter ,Svo 1t11r jh llv.. .ileV the bride away. Cruisers at 'Frisco. Sti Frlniti, sco. Sept. 3*.-T-'rhe tUtitic-,I States cruiser MNarlehtcad ,iud the Ujnit.-l L'States gunllloat (lolCnloi arrived yesterda;ly froml llretmteriin. Admit iral Glass will trautafer liv 1lag from the lHistott to the ;\I arlilohtei, tolay. Sure Relief for Women. No. 18 Central Ave., HOT SPn.Oas, Arn., April 80, 1008. Eighteen months ago I was so completely run down that my body ached from head to foot. My' back seemed to break in two and I suffered intense pain in the lower abdomen. 1 could not afford to lay off and take a rest, and no medicine helped me any. A friend told me how much Wine of Cardui built her up and advised me by all means to take it. The day I took the first dose the recovery of my health began. It was nearly three months before I was entirely cured, but at the end of that time I was in better health than I had been for seven years. 1 look on Wine of Cardui as the most blessed medicine that a woman could potbibly take when she feels sick and tired of life. ORATOR, WrDNSuDAY CHAUTAVUQA CLUo, WINEoCGARDUI Mrs, Nelson describes the condition of hundreds of women in this city to-day. That condition comes by slow stages. Usually the important function of menstruation is at first slightly Irrregular. Then comes the painful periods. Bearing down pains and ovarian inflammation follow. Finally the nerves weaken and the whole sys tem hasibecome affected and the pains rack the body from head to foot. If a healthy wodnan were suddenly reduced to this terrible condition she would be driven to des peration and she would be willing to take even the smallest chance of securing relief, But female disease advan9g so gradually it is hard for a woman to realize just how serious is her condition, Wine of eardui is a menstrual regiulatoir of established reputation. No woman who takes it suffers as Mrs. Nelsoa suffered. It gives speedy and complete relief from the torturing menstrual agonies which avre mak ing so many woman invalids to-day. Do not let yourself come to the pitiable condition Mrs. Nelson de scribes. Secure a bottle of Wine of Cradul from your druggist to-day and begin the treatment immediately. JEROME MAY JOIN TAMMANY FORCES NEW YORK DISTRICT ATTORNEY IS 3AID TO HAVE SAID HE WILL SWITCH. HE IS STANDING FOR MEN Jerome Will Be Willing to Support the Tammany Tiger if the Democrats Put Up Good Men. 1YV AssorrlATn:D PrsS. New York, Sept. go.-lDevelopments last night tend to complicate rather than clear the local political situation. The position of District Attorney Jcrome, lhonse whirlwind campaign was the fea ture of the canvass on the fusionist side two years ago. and who has heralded his dissatisfaction with Mayor Low's adntin i'tration of course, though he avowed his purpose of supporting the fusion cause this year, made a declaration last night at a beefsteak dinner given by Congressman Timothy J. Campbell, which those who heard it construed as signifying that under certain. conditions he might give his ad herence to the Tammany Hall ticket. What Jerome Said. "if." Mr. Jerome is quoted as saying, "a guaranty be given before the 'Tammany liall convention of Thursday next of the :itcerity of the movrment and those men re sinre sincere and honest. I ami going to stand by it and it those men are handle,i Is m:en, and men are put in nomination who;ll honlest men can sipport and peu ;,Ie will say 'we have all honest movement,' I will encourage it. "I have stood for certain things all my life and will continue to stand for those thinms the balance of it, no matter where the rest of the gang goes. I will not stand for a ticket three-quarters of which lelongs to another party." Fusionista Confer. The condition to which Mr. Jerome alluded in the last sentence quoted above, wan: the subject of a conference at the residence of Mayor l.ow, leader of the fu sionist forces being present. This con ference was in the nature of a secret consultation, but it is understood that it as~s decided to deumand oi Mcssrs. Groat a!rld ornes, tnominlles respcctive:y for controller and president of the hoard of alderten, a definite statement of their at titulde toward the fusionist movenient and to require of them an uncquivocal pledge to sulpport the hlead of the ticket. If the attitude of Messrs. (;rout and Forties should not be satisfactorily ex ploined it wats reported to be the sense of the con:ference that their names should he stricken from the ticket. A confercnce t" take final action on the question is to be held \\edensday at the office of 'Edward Lauterlach. CON COUGHLIN REPORTED AS OUT OF DANGER NOW Ej.'er . r.yp )9a.e ,Continued Ten Days at Deer Lcdge-News of the Penitentiary Town. 5l'i.la'1s. 10 TO 1'e INTER M(|iiNTAIN. I)ccr l.od;:e, Stpt. 3o.--t'on Coughlin, a prominent rancher of lleihnville. who Ihas lie :t dalngeroualy ill of Ineuimotnia tat the nospital in this city. is i.mplroving anl is now out of danger. Severptl nights ago it was f:arcd he wouhl tdie. The case of the United :rates again ,t Ilnter Ilusty, sllhich a; s nto have l:ec! heard before Alexander Crown. lUnited Strtes commnissio::er, today, has hCeen coIIn liutled for to days. C. 1:. Mlcagher of Butte is in town !r day. SMOKING PIPE MAKERS RETURN TO THEIR TOOLS 11 5.:(C1AIATED PtaYs, New c' aok, Sept. 3o.---Six hundred san.,l:ing iple makers ot this city have re turned to work after having been lockel (t-:t six weeks for starting a strike. An ::retnlcl! is said to have been reached \lercl i hy union men will be allowed to work in the factorics. NO TRACE OF DYNAMITE tIItIAI TO TII I a, ; I at NTAI N, Iozcinan, Sept. 30o.-No trace has yet ten found of the dynamite sto!cn from tie Consrcl'tliOlt n catp) at Chestlnut on Sunl ilay nighlt. The sheriff's office is busy at work on the case, assisted - by Northern Pacific secret service men, but there appears to be ab iotiutely ino clew. COUNTY'S PART IN. STATE EXPOSITION STATE FAIR DIRECTOR CARROLL REPORTS SATISFACTORY EX HIBIT ASSURED. READY TO SHIP MINERALS Carl Galigher, in Charge of the Ores, to Be Sent From This County to the Helena Show. Eugene Carroll, of the State Fair di rectors, reports that everything is going smoothly so far as the Silver Bow county exhibit is concerned. Arrangements for the transportation of the different exhibits have been completed, and Carl Galigher, who has been directing the packing of the Columbia Gardens mineral specimens, will ship this part of the exhibit tomorrow morning. The handling of this work could be left in no better hands as Galigher has had a lot of experience in arranging exhibits of this kind. The exhibit for the St. Louis Exposition has licen left to Galigher and he had charge of Clark's specimens when they wtere first placed at Columbia Gardens. The art department will be in charge of 0. W. Pufahl and Mr. Pufahl atnd his stall will handle the visitors in their usual courteous way. The excursion train, which will carry the Butte and Anaconda delegations, will leave the Great Northern depot at 7 :30 on the morning of Thursday. October 8. This train will go straight to the fair grounds and will meet the returning delegations after the last race on the same (lay, start ing from the fair grounds. Conductor W. E. Stanaway and his Montana State Band will accompany the delegations. MESSENGER BOY DROPS TRAYFUL OF EATABLES Lively Scrimmage When Street Boys Dive in Football Style and Come Up With Their Mouths Full. As the result of an accident yesterday afternoon in front of a well known res taurant, someone was compelled to wait for his dinner and a free-for-all was pre cipitated among half a dozen newsboys. Just as a messenger boy, with a tray on his her'd, emerged from the restaurant there was a crash of dishes. and the food thereon conttained wats pilled in all directions. A party of Ioys were near and immediately made a dive for the wrecked dinner. "1'I' in on dat pie." said ne,' as a younhgster emerged from the scramble with his face half hidden in a huge slice of pie. "Nit (n yer life." responded the other. "Icet yer life," the other responded, and then there wa;s a lively scrimmage. There w;ta a mixture of legs, arms and heads as the boys scrambled on the side walk for the good things. "Did ycr get de pie ?" asked one of the ,boys. "Naw : de kid ha I it ill in his chops rcfore I got hold of it, but I made hint spit it all out an' den sme:ared it all over his mlush." MURPHY FUNERAL TOMORROW Services Over Butte Girl to Be Held at St. Patrick's Church. 'rhe funeral of the late Agnes A. Mur 1hy,. who died Monday after being operated upon fur appendticitis, will take p1:ace front the faminly residence, 941 l.cwisohn street. at 8 :to o'clock tomorrow monrting and will move to St. Patrick's church, where requclicm mnas will be cele Irat'd by Fat.ter Pt'c(;linn. The pall learers will be W. \'ance. . . orcoran, Frank laird. James Ilogan, William Mc Mahon a:id Tom linlt:t. Interment at the Catholic cemetery. Robbers Get $2,000. Byron, Neb., Sept. 3o.--The Merchants andl Farmnllr' National hank was robbed early today. The safe was blown open vi!t nitro glycerine and about $2,ooo tal:tn. The robbers escaped. FI (ST1 MIE IlING (F C('tI)IT)'l't)S. lit the I)istrict ('ctrt of the I'niticd sal:tcs, It trict of .utmtatat. 1I the matter of (;eorge F:. (;ieser, Iankrupat: Notice 5s hereby giveit that lin 1}it' -3"t day f . t i.b.t1 r. A1 . It. .17'j. the ,aid teorge :. (;ieser was duly adjtltlged Iankrupt, and that the ftrst meelting of creditors will he held at the ('ourt of 13aUntruptcy, No. 49 \\'c4 tl'rk street, ltttte. honltana, on the Il lt daly of (Ictobtcr, A. 1), 1903, at 2 o'clock p. nm., at which timtle the crrditors Imay atppear, pIrove It cir claims, elect a trtstee, extminte the baInk. iullt antd traltsact such oti lter Iluilies s ItsIay Ilr',operly collle Iefotre the Iteeltinlg. Referee in Hlankrupltey. I)ated September ag, toa3. GEYMAN ON STAND IN ASSAULT CASE DENIES THAT HE WAS IN PARTY WHICH FIRED UPON THE CRONE CABIN. HIS .CHARACTER IS GOOD Number of Witnesses Testify as to Rao* ord of Accused-Mrs. Crone Iden tifies Warren. Charles Geyman, charged with assault with intent to kill, took the stand in his own behalf this forenoon in Judge Mc Clernan's court. He denied that he was at the residence of John Crone in Tram way gulch on the night of June 9 and that he had fired the shots at the house. Geyman stated that he was working about his mine, the Yankee Boy, until late in the morning; that he had been working there the evening before con tinuously. Ill-Feeling Did Exist. Geyman testified that there had been ill-feeling between him and Crone over an affidavit made by the latter in a mining suit. Geyman had gone out to the Crone residence in Tramway gulch the Sunday prior to the shooting to see Crone about the affidavit. He did not see Crone at that time. He stated that he meant him no violence. Howard Weir, an engineer employed at the Yankee Boy, testified to having seen Geyman about the mine until ts o'clock at night. He stated that Geyman wore the clothes he usually assumed when going down the shaft. Sam Warren, an employe at the Yankee Boy mill, testified to having seen Geyman as late as 9:3o. Warren went home after that and went to bed. Mrs. Crone had testified to having seen a man whom she thought to be Sam War ren in the party that attacked the house. She did not know Sam Warren, but she saw a man in the courtroom Saturday whom she thought to be one of the at tacking party. Asked if he were present at th: Crone home the night of June 9, Warren replied that he was not. After leaving work he went immediately to bed, he said. Charles Jones and Elmer Corlett, who live in Saratoga gulch, about a mile and a half distant from the Crone home in Tramway gulch, testified that they saw two men a few days prior to the shooting who had inquired the way to Crone's house. They were armed. Geyman Not There. They did not know them, but were pos itive that Geyman was not one of them. P. J. Brophy, James G. Graham, G. \V. Cooper and E. H. Renisch were called as character witnesses. They testified that Geyman's reputation for truth, honesty, peace and quietude was good. Mr. Geyman was the last witness called, by the defense. 'SPECIAL CENSUS AGENT IS IN THE BEAVERHEAD Dillon, Sept. 3o.-Walter E. Bennett, special agent of the census service of the goversnment, has beetn in the city several clays. He is investigating the financial affairs of counties and county seats. He leaves this afternoon for Butte to pursute his investigations there. MRS. GAGNIER'S COMPLAINT Alleges That Her Husband Has Failed to Provide for Her. A cnmplaint has been filed in Justice Liblly's cutrt by Mlrs. Gagnier, the wife of Fred ;agnicr. charging him with failure to provide. Alrs. (agnier in her complaint alleges that thtoughic her husband has a good positionl as stableman, he has failed to render any assist. ance in the support of her and their tive small clhihlrlen. .lMrs. ;iagnier stated that she had been com Stlled to support herself and the children for the past two years Iby tile hardest kindl of w,, rk. READ TO PREPARE PAMPHLET Veteran Newspaperman to Describe Butte and Its Resources. IMr. Jolln it. ]Rcad, the veteranl newspaper iman, has been ecngaged by the llutte Business Mlen's .%\snciation to compile a pamphlet de scriptive of lutctte acd its resources. A coml. mittee was lappointed reCCeutly to arrange for the pamphlet, and as Mir. Read is one of the most competent men in tile city for the work it was decided to have him prepare it, Rag Pickers Strike, lIY ASSOCIATl'oD PRESS, New York, Sept. 3o0.--Rag pickers of the East Side have struck for recognition of their union, irecently formed. A picket bIelonsing to the union was arrested, but the strike leaders are confident of victory.