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We are pushing up sale and pulling down prices. Vast buying opportunities for tomorrow within the reach of all. Fresh Fruit Fancy Eating Apples, ten pounds..................... 2 5 Extra lancry 'eaches, large box............. ............ 75 Extra Fancy Plums; crate, 7Sc; per basket................... Bright L.cmons, fancy stock; COC mediun size, dozen.... ......... Vegetables Fresh Tomatoes, Ripe and I nn Ruddy; 3opound box........... V.00V (;Green Tomatoes, 90e 3o pound box.......... ........... 90c Green Peppers, lOc per pound ......... ............. Extra Fa:nncy Crisp and Tender Montana Celery, unch ........... Jersey Sweet Potatues, 5C pound...........,.................. ,l Alcdlul m Size Cuc'iumbers, 21_-C caci ................. ...... .... - c MONTANA POTATOES 100 POUNDS 80c Extra fancy Montana Po tatoes, 100 pounds 80c Special .............. Specials Pure Vermont lntple Syrup; gallon can. $,.uS, or hat gallon l 60C calt ..................... ......... 6 0 Armour's Sonus, all kiutts; 8 I3C ,ts cll.n. sp ri .............. Oysters New York Count, the Oyster that has the delicious taste. Dozen, - - 25 Teas Engh'lh Itretkfast Tea , 65c grad.'; today, pou. l.......... 50C Ceylon "'ra. /;5o q1uality; today, pound ............... ........ 50 C Gu(ptloder T*a, rich and full of flavor, ou l ...............5 0 C Both 'Phones 244 OECHSLI 42 West Broadway, Butte Special Sale on New Steel Ranges BIG REDUCTIONS $40 Steel Ranges $30 $50 Steel Ranges $40 $60 Steel Ranges $50 Rents Tents, Camp Stoves, Cots and Stools. Pays highest cash: price for Second Hand Household Goods. Buy, sell, pack. ship, store or exchange your hoausehold goods. l!as the l'rgest line of second hand tup to date Heiating Stoves in Montana; over 300 ot, the Pcor; also full lire of new stoves rnd range. to eachange for old stoves and furniture. The largest stock and the greatest variety of csecon:d hand household goods in Mlontasa to select from. 'Phone 923B FLASHING SABRES OF THE POLICE DISPERSE MOB Thirty Persons Wounded in Omnibus Strike Riots in Berlin City Authorities Conquer. Berlin, Oct. 2.-Thirty persons sulTering from sabre cuts have applied at the Red Cross station to have their wounds dressed, after a riot between omnibus drivers and non-unionists here last night. The police charged the rioters with drawn swords. The strikers and their sympathizers stoned the police, injuring some of them badly. The strikers say that several hundred persons were wounded. Numerous ar rests have been made and the police now occupy the omnibus terminals in force, $5.00 LUMP COAL The Best Monteana Coal Cottonwood Coal Co. SOlico 814'Utah St. • • Telephone 273 WARREN EXPLAINS DEMISE OF CHILD FATHER OF DEAD BOY TELLS WHY MEDICINE RECOMMENDED WAS NOT GIVEN. HAD A VERY BRIGHT FUTURE Young Warren Was an Accomplished Musician and for His Age Had Achieved Not a Little Fame. Tcm Warren, father of Arthur Wairroe, the 9-year-old boy who died recently of diphtheria, fears that a wrong construc tion may he put ontt a staltement which ap peared in the Inter Mountain last evening regarding the case. It was that the health office had received i report that the mcd icines prescribed by the attending phy sician had not been given to the child. "As a matter of fact," said Mr. Warren today, "the medicines were given exactly as iprescribed rnd the boy received evet) attention. Dr. Locb, who is our attend ing physician, pronotunced the case tonse lttis and treated it as such for a time. Then I)r. Griggs pronounced it diphtheria. Dr. Loci continued to treat the toy and for that disease. O(n Wednesday he wanitted to admotinister anti toxine, but my wife asked him to postpone doing so until I returned from Jardine. I got back Thtursday. It was evidenti, however, that the boy could not recover, event had the anti-toxinle bn itjeccted the day before. "In justice to Mrs. Warren and myself antd Inot with the purpose of criticising iany physician at all I atsk you to miake this statement. We did all we could for the boy. Ire was a talented violinist, it was he who led the little orchestra at the ;Grand otn the night of l)coration day, antd had he not died lie was to have gone to I'hil:uhellphin to take part in the distri Ibution of Iprizes offl red by a Philadelphia publishing house, one of which prizes lie had won." M.D.P, COMPANY IS TO SHOW CAUSE CITED INTO THE FEDERAL COURT BY JUDGE KNOWLES-TO BE THERE WEDNESDAY. Judge Knowles has issuld an order citing the .oIintana Ore Purchasing comtpaniy to iltpear ne.xt W\\'elesday :.nd show cause why the lutle & lIston LConsolidated Min ing company sholdltl not ie granted( permtis sionl to inspect and survey the untlder ground workings of the Rarus, Jobhnstown anlld Pennlsylvania miilies The order is based upon the petition of the Ilutte & Hoston company which al leges that the defenda.nt comtpany is enl gaged in extracting ores front the Michael Davitt lode claim through the larlus and Johlnstowin shafts. Begun in 1898, An action was begItun May 17, t898, to restrain the Montana Ore PurcchaIing cout pany and otllers' frotl taking ore out of the Michael l)avitt In June of that year the court enjoined the defendalnts Iromn tak ing ores frin the MIichael Daviti, except fromut what is known as the North vein. The Montatna Ore ',urel.asing eottimpany filed ta cross compllait anid the cat;lus is now pentling. It is alleged in the petition asking for an order of inspection anlld survey that the Montana Ore Pulrchaslinv :ompany i's now engaged in mining, ores in the Michael l)avitt through connectclns hwit th the Johnts town, PeIlnsylvanla and Iaraus lode claim ts. For 20 Days. The petition asks that the order of c'. amination cover a period of 2n days. The defendant enupaony milstl show c:tau why the order Ithall inot be gran:tcd. ALL BUT TEN FALL TO BLOODY SWORD TURKS ARE REPORTED TO HAVE MASSACRED ALMOST ENTIRE POPULATION OF VILLAGE. 55 .SSOCLIATED PRl'ESS. Sofia, Oct. ..-l'he 'lMacedonian revolu tionarry headquarters assert that they have positive information that the whole Chris tian population of the town of Mehomtin, province of Seres. was massacred with the exception of to men who escaped with the news. Mchomis is an important town and the seat of the local government. Th'e population was about equally divided be twen Turks and Bulgarians. The latter llllnumbered 3,oo 4persons. According to fugitives when the general uprising was declared in the Razlog dis trict on Sunday the Turkish troops in the Pirin mountains, hurried to Mohemnia and surroulded the town rendering the escape of the Christians impossible. The Bulga rian people were preparer] to join the ris ing, several insurgent agents being in the Bulgarian quarter of the town at the time. Desperate fighting occurred inl the streets, bombs and dynamite heing freely used. After fighting for five or six hours, the Turks gained the upper hand and pro ceeded to massacre every Bulgarian they encountered. Beirut Trouble Not Over. BY ASSO('IATI'n PRESS, Beirut, Oct. a2.-gnoring the unanimous request of the consuls the porte has ap pointed Khalia Pasha of Brussa as vali of Beirut. It is feared disorders will ensue on the departure of Nazim Bey, acting vali. Heavy Fighting Reported, vn ASSOCIATED PRESS. London, Oct. a,-News from Macedonia gives reports of severe fighting from both Turkish and insurgeut sources. After an encounter near Nevrokop, lasting 34 hours, the Turkish troops burned two villages, The insurgents were scattered. The Turks report that 13o of the insur gents were killed at Razlog, while the in surgents reports tso Turks killed at Bela. voditza. EXTRA! EXTRA! LEWIS' SATURDAY Agents for Sorosis Shoes, Always $3.50 Special purchase from the makers of the celebrated "Ban ner Brand" of women's new fall shirt waists. Their entire sample line, comprising over 400 samples, no two alike, made in the new mercerized vestings, new madras, new flannels, and brilliantine, not one in the lot worth less than $3.00, $4.00, $5.00 and $6.00; Sizes 34 and 36; a. few 38. S4 ' Choice Saturday All Day $1.48 Not More Than Two to Each Purchaser. $148 Saturday's Great Selling at Lewis' 120 Dozen Women's 20c Men's Sox 8c Pair $1.50 and $2 Women's Mocha $9.00 Chlldren's Automobile 15c and S20 eotton Stockings Just one case, fine black cot. Gloves 95c Coats $5.95 IOc Pair customer. A Manufacturer's samples.. Speclal Saturday sale. Shlld, enough for Saturday's selllng, ren's long coats, all sixes and 35c Wilson Bros.Suspenders 19c cos or. 1,000 Wash Rags ach ade from ends of elastlc ee $2.00 Wood Clocs 59me. 50c Children's felt Hats. 25c factory eleaneup. See window, splendid time. keepers and ornamental. All colors. 20c Boys' Hese at 12c 75c Men's flannelette Night 35c Klemert's Sew-on Hose 35c end 50c Children's Cotton 70 dozen Boys' heavy rlbblack cotton hose, value 20c pai aiat Robes 48c Supporters 19c and Wool Underwear Pull length and width. Made Satin top, In all colors and Size 16 at ISc. Rise Sc each special to our order, black, size. Saturday Night's Great Sale of Remnants The accumulations of our September remnants in our dress goods section will be sold in one hour Saturday night. It includes all the very newest materials. in lengths suitable for children's dresses, women's waists and skirts and dress lengths. EXACTLY HALF VALUE 7 to 8 p. m. Saturday DRESS GOODS COUNTER. LEWIS DRRY GOODS CO. mmlmlDll. ý/mmmeml. • ml /l) . nlm BICKER OVER THE MEANING OFTERM BOUNDARY COMMISSION OCCUPIES ITSELF WITH DISCUSSION OF "TREND OF COAST." DICKINSON SAYS "TO WORK" American Counsel Thinks Quips and Quibbles Should Be Ignored and the Main Question Considered. ItY AS'OC(IATEiD IRESS. L.ondon, ()ct. Sir Edward Carson, thei sthleitor general,culn:tnIed tllh mIorning session of the .\la:kan houniday cotllnlilsjion today it et:tcltortilg to rei:te, the argrnlents of l)avi! 1'. W\atsonl and IIannii Taylor of counscl for Ith I'lnited States, estociaily Irotesting agaitti 'r. Taiylor's contentcion tIhat the termn "i'ret;l .f tih ('oalt" could only apply to the politic;l cat,:tt line antd not to the physical coast linte. lIe ialso mi:iintained tilal the principle of na. Ituiesceatece as tnoIt appllicalle to the Ipresent dlpiutl., and oiCwhati slrlpri'ised the audientc iby declaring that Utlder the piowers of the It r t). oUf I.o tithe cotli siiollers hlad no author. ity)' to delittt qeestions submitted to them, anld talt Ithey cotuld ltither lay ,own the boundtll i.tr decidle .what c'tltstituted the coiast. All. the liiotutissiottnrs could do was to anl ,tweir questions suhInutItIted to thetim In the trei;l ither negatively ior afi ittatively. If they giot tcrlai in answters thile) might malike inatters mIore tolltl.ed thlan everl andti openl up a new series Iof diplloilatic tangles. T'he solicitor general colnctrl d with an eloqtlutent reference to (lre:l Btritiiin's uniwillingnlteis to give uip any of lihr sutbject intoi the conltrol of other nations. Ile declared lie thoutght the public Iinild inigllt thinlk that the contminltionl was slow, buti no tillle and no money would ever be wasted ji the long standing disutite lbetween the to. gieat and friendly ipowers coutld be solved by thle tribunal, \Vhllte Johln rl. Itickitison of counsel for the ilnited States rose to conllclude the argument the room was fillfing up with spiectators. Ile commllence by belittling tile Imlilnute exantina ti(ons of Imaps anndl the bickering over wortds and detalils, declaring that tile ease could onlly hie settled by gralspillg thle central idea anital tillg the original niegotiations. SINGERS WILL NOT WARBLE BY ASSOCIAT'I'D IPHRI,R Berlin, Oct. 2.-Frau tladsky refused t) sing at the Wagner banquet last night Ibe. cause it was given in the winter garden music hall. She said she had never sung in a music hall and would never dQ'so, but she attended the banquet. Edgar S. Kelley, who was to have rep. resented the United States, has with drawn from the international concert to be given Sunday night, because the or chestra has been unable to learn the Chinese air fromt his opera "Aladdin," and is likely to break down. Sir Alexander McKenzie, the represen, tative of Great Britain, and the Norwe gian, Grieg, have also withdrawn for va rious reasons. CORBIN TO HAVE NEW YORK BY AssOCIATED PREss, Washington, Oct, a,--Major General Corbin is to be assigned to the command of the department of the East, with head qua'ters at Governor's Island, N. Y. EDITOR 0ONZALES WAS DEFENSELESS TESTIMONY AT TILLMAN TRIAL TO SHOW THAT THE VICTIM DID NOT CARRY A PISTOL. TILLMAN MADE THREATS Was Heard to Say That if Gonzales At tacked Him He Would Kill Him "Like a Dog." BY ASSOCIATED I'PRfs. Lexington, S. C., Oct. a.-The reading of editorials from the State was concluded shortly .lter the Tillman trial was resumed today. F. C. \Vithers, an employe of the State, testi. fled that lie assisted N. G. Gonzales Into the office of the State from the street after the shooting. lIc was asked if he saw any weapon il thie garments of Mr. Gonzales at that time anld replied that lie did not. J. W. Wallace testified that he was in the oilice of the State with N. . (;Gonzalcs after the shooting and that Gonzales said to him that lie was fatally shot. L. G. Wood of the editorial staff of the State said hie saw no weapons in the garments taken off Mr. G;onzales in the State office and that lie never saw a pistol in the editorial rooms of the State. MI. C. \Vallace, an emr plioye of the State, said lie removed the over. coautfrom Editor t(onszales when lie was carried ilnto the State office after tile shootinlg, andt that Ihe saw no weapons in the pocket of the coat. C. J. Terrell, editor of a newspaper in Flor. eslte cotunty, was asked by Solicitor T'hurmlond if lie ever heard Tillman making any threats. lie replied that she was walking along the s.treus ofl dgefield with Colonel Tillman in the early summer of igoz, and Tillman said lihe "was going to be governor, and if Gonzales attacked him he was going down then to kill him, and I think lie said, "like a dog." On cross-examination the witness was asked if it was a fact that lie had not made the statement he made today when application was smadt for bail for the defendant. He said he had not. The witness was questioned by counsel for the defense as to his personal feel ings against the defendant and as to an edito. rial hle had written concerning the shooting. lie said lie had never written a line in his paper denouncing tile defendant as an itndi. vidual. BERTHA DILLON IS ARRESTED Bertha Dillon, who lives at 41 Pleasant alley, was arrested this mornting on cont vlaiat of John Johnson, a hack driver, who claimnt the Dillon woman relieved Ilim of $40. The woman was released on bonds, Changes in the Call. BY AsSOCIATEiD taE8. San Francisco, Oct, z.--W. S. Leake, manager of the Morning Call, has severea his connection with the paper and has been succeeded by John McNaught. Mr, McNaught, the new manager, has for several years been editorial writer for the Call and is an experienced newspaper man, The business department of the paper will remain in charge of W. J, Martin, who was associated with Mr, Leakse n the management of the Call, MILIIARY WILL BE LIKELY TO RESIST COMMANDERS AT CRIPPLE CREEK DECLARE THEY ARE NOT LIABLE TO COURT'S ORDERS. GOVERNOR SUSTAINS TROOPS Attorney General of Colorado Has Ad vised Executive That Generals Need Not Heed Summons. DY ASSOIATED PaRESS. Cripple Creek, Colo., Oct. 2.-Charles G. Kennison, president of district miners' union No. I, who has been a prisoner in the military guard house for i5 days, was escorted by troops to the county jail to day and will be delivered into the custody of Sheriff Robertson. Iis bail has been fixed at $soo on the charge of carrying concealed weapons. The hearing in the district court on the application for a habeas corpus writ for Kennison was deferred this morning until afternoon as General Chase did not pro duce the prisoner in court. When Deputy Sheriff -Thomas Under .wood visited military headquarters for the purpose of serving the capias yesterday, he was told that no service would be ac cepted by Generals Bell and Chase, nor by any other members of the National Guard while acting under orders from the governor. He was also told that any fur thcr attempts in that line by the civil au thorities would be promptly resented by the military. Bell's Statement. General Bell later gave out a statement for publication in which he said that the laws of the state of Colorado and of the United -States make members of the Na tional' Guard, when in the field, exempt from service of civil courts, and he fur 'ther declared that the district attorney in filing information and the judge in issuing the capiases made themselves liable to impeachment and indictment. General Bell said that should Judge Seeds attempt to enforce his order by use of a posse comitatus, the entire military force would be used to resist it. The adjutant general intimated that the action of Judge Seeds aid District Attor new Trowbridge today, will be made the basis for legal action agaist those gentle men. Peabody's Stand, Denver, Colo., Oct. a.--Governor Pea body said today that no civil court has a right to order the arrest of any militia officer while in the service of the state, and he was sustained in this view by Acting Attorney General Miller. FATAL QUARREL OVER STORE Y ASSOCIATEJD PREss. New York, Oct. a.-Fritz Shoeman to.. day shot and killed Louis Zeitzel in a grocery store on West Thirty-seventh street, and then goiig hom.e committed suicide. Zeltzel recently bought the store from Shoeinan and the men quarreled about the sale. CONSERYATIVES DO NOT PRESS "RIDER" CONVENTION WILL DO NOTHING HOSTILE TO THE VIEWS OF PREMIER BALFOUR. UNITY FIRST CONSIDERATION Sheffield Convention Closes, Having Done Nothing Toward Solving the British Fiscal War. Sheffield, England, Oct. 2.-The attend. ance today of the conservative associa. tions was larger. The differences in the party on the fiscal question were again emphasized in .the debate and ultimately in the interest of unity, Henry Chaplin, M. P., former president of the board of agriculture and a lifelong protectio:ist, withdrew his "rider" moved yesterday, "thanking Joseph Chamberlain, the for nier colonial secretary, for his patriotic ef. forts and expressing approval of any prac tical scheme to promote a closer political and commercial union of the empire," and thereupon Sir John E. Rorington's oflncial resignation of yesterday was carried unan imously, Sir John Gorst saying in behalf of the free fooders that they did not desire any more amendments. In withdrawing the "rider," which prom ised to further disrupt the ranks of the unionists, Mr. Chaplin explained that he was convinced, after hearing Mr. Balfour's speech of last night, that it would he mi.:. chicvous to press the matter, as it was directly hostile to the premier and nothing was further from his views. Lord Hugh Cecil, M. P., andl W'iston Churchill, M. P., subsequently announced that they had neither voted for nor against the, Dorington resolution. After the passage of a resolution urging the governor to take steps to ensure the efficiency of the administration, the con, ference terminated. OR[AT NORTIHRN Special Excurslon $2.oo Round Trip TO HELENA Account State Fair --- ON October 8, Silver Bow Day Leaves 7:3o a, m. Returning, leave Helena, 6:Jo p. m, Tickets on sale at office,. 4? North Main street, on Tuesday and Wednes day,. October 6 and 7. Get tickets early. W. R. MEECH, C. P. & T. A.