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N'ew S.cer Kraut, er poun.......................... 5 Sure Light Parlor Matches., pet package.....................15 Baked Beans Finest baked beans will be sold tomorrow for less than you can purchase the beans alone-* to say nothing abodt the trouble of baking 'em--a three l I l2C pound can for ....... I Fresh Meats Loin Steak, 2 ,r*,...............vr Fu............... 12 I-2c Porterhouse S;teak, per poundl ....... ......... .... ......... 15c ltuckst Steak., per pound................. Leg Mutton. per pound.... ...............1 Oc Shoulder AlMutton ('hope, Icur pounds for...................25 'SI All Steel Ranges $30.00 To introduce the best all steel range on the Butte market, we make this special price. The "Quick Meal" is the only "all steel" range sold in this market; has many good points not found in others. You should see this elegant $3o range before buying. The largest line of second hand up-to date Heating Stoves in Montana; over 300 on the floor; ab,.o full line of new stoves and ranges to exchange for old stoves and furniture. The largest stock and the greatest variety of second hand household goods in Montana to select from. OECHSLI 42 West Broadway, Butte 'Phone 923B ST. MARY'S CHURCH OPENED Rev. Father English Celebrates Mass in the New Church. St. Mary's church was formally opened with mass yesterday, celebrated by Rev. Father English, the assisting priests being Rev. Father Barry and Rev. Father Ryan. The Knights of Columbus attended in a body and occupied the front pews, Mr. P. J, Brophy headed the Knights and marched them from their hall to the church. The music was unusually excellent, as several of those who sang were from among the best choirs in the city. $4.50 Large Nut COAL PROMPT DELIVERY Cottonwood Coal Co. Office 814 Utah Ave. TELEPHONE 273 SUNDAY SERMONS BY BUTTE PASTORS REV. DUNCAN TALKS ON SPIRIT OF UNREST AS MANIFESTED IN EVERY WALK OF LIFE. REV. BOVARD ON THE DEITY Stimulating Thought That God Is in Everything--Rev. Chapman on Creation of Man. Rev. J. lea is ltDuncan took for the ub-i ject of his sertutn y'esterlay "''ohe I.arger Life." lIe prer.etled s.m.it of lthe il Vitw's ill it new light whicih steim.ed to nimake hl lll them stand out morstrogly anllrl c.mllrthensively than blfrire,. In ipat .Mr. I)ti'nua stpoke tas follows: "Which ever waly wt tny look tiday the whole world is in a tlurmoil to. ititr st. It is to be seern in iin ividi tl.: . iii ittl.is trial co dlition., in the 'trougle f~t w.ar in the growitng desire for tiniersntI 't'ace, it is everywhere manitifest. "It is the' yearning tIl stritu ing of the human spirit for the lalrger life, the. dinw ing of a higher conscioucnoss. the awake o ing to it se ec of gearter powers. the stif feninl rof the t' ill to fresh etoll ests. "'The prevaliling .,ci:atl llnre"t ita;IIus somethingllo far deeper all hltter than mlerely ltmaterill illlproivellt ntl., II mally nieon that; mo tO i freotten .tly it ti .,ets ullite the reverse. IBut hey'tld tihat,1 it meansll' that e'vcryvwhtre itlividhusls are' being thrown into hardship, privation, utn tertainties and struggle', where alone the rutohi witrc nf experience'tt is lione nttl tihe soul of tt bin ewt is e nto slhaple and fitted for the finer tools itf the taster tutritos' of the universe. "When one has seiztd this trulthl, he hats Iaid his ihand on i ature's i(lm"st secret. : phylsioigical;t law a. tix'td as fate, tlhnt only experiencet Iy strutgtle it cati htuild the tracks of virtue in the irain. "The tinrest nitl hairdshilps f strgtuleh are the st liolI of ipower, the creaitior iof nall the direct and effiicient .,ergies wlhirh an comntplish the ceiseless development .tt 11i uplifting of inlividihuls and society, 'I he tyoung plersn who is ltookinig for a '"soft snap" or contenting himself with hlxurious cats is iiimply playing Iri;ttit ifrou the only discipline which caet save hiti from a future of intellectual anlt moraLl im "Niatulre is at this tuttsiness itnce'santltty,. in the chitcuiritit's iril hardshipt-, of the tuniversal unrest, httihling tp tithe brains of the empire antd the lords of ihe lthater life: and up they cotme frim the depthsl alnd carry the worhl along. All the sle Imets of manhood natutire must crewt' in just tile same rough wlay. 'Ihe tl'racks of the malllly anid womanlly vilitues nltlt I' built up in the brain by hard and heavy cxp.ricnce., stroke by stroke." God Every Day. Rev. C. I.. Rovard of the Mountain View church delivered a sertlon on: "And I heard a voice out of heaven, say ing, behold the tabernacle of ;,od i. with men, and he will deliver them. and they shall be his people, and ;,od himself shall Ie with them, and lie their God."" lie said in part: "God is in everything. in land and sea. in our daily lives. This is a most stimulatintg thought. (;oid had to have peopile that were spiritually minded before they could recogniize Ilis truths. Twice during his life ('hrist nmem tioned the church. ()nce when lie sail: fhou are Peter, andl on this ruok will . build my church ;' anll again iwhen he said, '".o tell it unto the church.' " Sermon on Man. Rev. A. L.. (Chalpmain dlelivered a ser monoi at the Shrtrilge Christian church last night, the sulject of swhich was "Man; Who and What is Ilie?" The ad dress was able and dealt with mant as the creation of an intelligent ;od : as a heing endowed with the potser to reason, to plan, to think, therefore, closer to the divine than anlly other animial tin earth. The speaker also stated it was quite plsT sible that human beings were at this mio ment living on other pilanets that it was just as probable that tile trod who created and peiolled the earth wouldl create people to live on other planets. lie went otn to state that every one shoihl study himself, so that he might be nearer to knlowing God. Park county ofiers a reward of fivt ht:ndred dollars for thle arrest and conviction of party or parties dynamiting bridge just east of Liv* ingaton, Sunday. August a. MRS. ENCY M. CALKINS IS DEAD IN CHICAGO W\ord was received in this city ye'ster day of the death of Mrs. l:tncy M. ('alkiins at the Ihonie of her son, Raytmtonll Calkins, in (Chicago. Mrs. Calkins has a tumtber of friends in this city, where she has lived for a nlumbtller of years. She is the imother of Mrs. L,. J. Ilamil ton anld aunt of 1. E. Calkins, both of this city. Other members of tile family are 13. F. Mitchell of Troy, l'a., Mrs. Iloyden of Grand Hlaven, Mich., Mrs. Sarah Corbin and Miss Ilrlen Calkins of Corning, Pa., and Mrs. Anna l)emorest of New York city. Mrs. Calkins will he buried in Troy, Pa., her old honme, where her husband is buried. PHILIP LEO PAUL NAMED Big Time in the Syrian Colony Over Christening of Child. Philip Leo Paul received his name last night according to the rites of the Catholic church. The ceremony was perfornmed in the Sacred Heart church by Rev. Father Callahan. The parents are Mr. and Mrs, John Paul of the Syrian colony. Col. J. I-H. Curtis was godfather and Miss Nellie Callahan acted as godmother. After thle ceremony the christening party went to the home of the Pauls, where an entertainment was given. "Feast of Concluslon." The congregation of B'Nai Israel will celebrate the "Feast of Conclusion" at the Methodist church South tonight. Rabbi Weiss will officiate 4I deliver a sermon on the subject, "Autui.t." The choir will be in attendance and Miss Abrahams and Mrs, Mowenberg will sing solos. Dance by Germans. A dance was given at Renshaw hall last night by the German society, Thus nelda Lodge No. 4. Refreshments were served during tho evening, ARMIES OF ZION READY TO MARCH DOWIE REVIEWS HIS HOSTS BEFORE, HURLING THEM UPON 8IN RIDDEN NEW YORK. ELIJAH'S AWFUL THREATS Says Laggards Who Do Not Shoulder Cross in This Pilgrimage Will Wither Away, So They Will. I1Y AM..o' IAIE, t'11. HM... ('hicang, Oct. , +"The restoration lhost," , o.i.,, strollg. naltrlched in review befoire John Aleuander IDowie at Zion ('ity y telrrldy. In a;lrtl'ssig (00 Ipersons ill the T'labrncle a fterardl, he declaredl that th] l sen it.Il.erS, f Zinll who failed to go to work wouhl wither away, and their pors Itrity wou\ll(l c lase. 'The' "restoratiton hIist" marchedl into th: - Ihl,.irn cle jisit ias it will file into "hadi.oni slquare I ardlten in New Y'ors' thi. wteek. I'Farch crri:aelrr wore ,ashles of tel'ow, whilt i t l, l hailar. 1ten ;nId i tn11'1n, boys andll girls, hesaled by the captains of IhI IitlTerent legions, astm(t llI tio her iJ)wie give iinstructions f'r the Ne.w Yiork tripl, which begins on \\'W tl.'lav. I1), i, annollllluncedl' that he Ihad Inow registered .t.,lM pIersons as Ine1n h|'r, of the "rr stor;atin hust." litc' .pr|Is that with lho.g now onI thIir way It New Yo+rk frotm 1other parts Iof lilte countrll y ilthe arlly will have 4,ooo 01111 lt'ri.. SON KEEPS MOTHER IGNO RANT OF HIS PLIGHT Lies Dying in Bellevue, but Will Not Give Doctors Her Address, for Fear of the Shock. IHV A..ta' \1I I,1 l'i .SS. Ne' Yirk. )c·t. I:. Ie Ic ell'vlu hos-' pital ,.ctlrs, r ,ln'i' t Irle to all si cenes, have ccibeen '.tirtle d Iy tIIIhe slf sacrifice ho wtn by eohl 'onr'oy, ca laborer, whose back 4 ,,, ,brokenl by a fall recvived while at hi. ,tork. IConroy ,was i:en to the hospitail and tilt being aiked for his c i i irc 's iandl that tof hi nearesc t rev lative. thli the physician his mother wi . ",'ri ...c -ly ill and shollruld .he learnl of hi. injuccry lshe would un dluchtdly die. lFinally hr i rc a :c. chilres, but it proved fictitioln. Ilii, i·tr and tile dying li 'iher wer're 11c11t' ;aeI:1'1(',d ait his 1now appearance. and finally thie former began the roun l ocf the h, .:'it Its. lil ally at the' Itrllitche tie search wasi rewcrard lI; ibut Ihe h:l a:rrivcd to late. IlhrcrIbrother hdcc .,d away o.ily a few oin s, re- cc or sicec :rlcrivt l. "JACK" WILL FTTq IS NO MORE Son of Owner of H-eatherbloom, Cham pion High Jumping Horse. Ify A '.O' I emD PRits.. New York, I.():. 1-. A s.light irtluise onl one of lits lc. has rclee a;u the death cof "Jlack" W\\'ill~t , the 16year-olhi sotI of IHoward Willettl of W\hite Plailns, owner of Iieatherbloomc , championi high jumpling horse rof the world., The h;l was brought toi a New York ihospit: lal t i week on a lpecial train in the hope of sccuring relief froL gre aCt pain in his illmb, caused apparently by a slight bruisiie whicth 1nt eVecin broIke the skin. Ihlow ice hurt hiimscelf Younig Willetts did notl kcnow, IlloIcl poisoninccg ideveloped antd de'lpite ain operation ll h ce died, TROLLEY CAR INTO A DITCH Forty Passengers More or Less Cut Up by Glass. Ic. ..i*4 IA I a.1ce1 1il S. New York, Oct. i ..-- Vortny mlien and women pic engicilcer; icn i trorlley car have had a rccilairkablce escaei frocn deiath near I'williamd ' ridge. All were badly shiken uip allc cit by glass, cct none were se riously injured. A stonie cdiraile'd tle car when moving lt hilc ipeed. It rain Il feet over the roadway atll then toppled into a ditch. Nea.crly all the women faincted and were re.moved thI rotfh the windows, FOREIGN MISSIONS MONEY More Than $91,500 Subscribed by thec Christian Alliance. It-V A-o i c I.VI Ei li I.S, New York, (Oti. 1i.--itore than $1l,5oo has heen pledged for foreign mlissions iy cIlelibercr . of thl e Christiani .\lliance. fol lowing an appeail by the Rev, A. B. Simp son at lthe I u;pcl tcablernacle in this city, where the alliance lihas been holding its :anctal convention. Thic is a greater sum by $lo,0o0 than was ever sulbscribed he fcore tin alliance cmeeting. Nearly Zoo orphans in India were pro vided for, $15 being given for the sutp port of eaich. One wealthy womcan pledged herself to look out for 50 orphans at this rate. EXHUME BODIES AT HANNA Remains of 24 Victims of Disaster of June 30 Are Unearthed. IlY ASS(ccIA' El) PREcS.S. HIanna, Wyo., Oct. z ..-Ecntry az in the coal mine ihas just been opened and 24 badly decomposed bodies of victims of the disaster of June 30 were found, The remlains will ie brought to the sur face for identification and burial as fast as possible, Of the 169 men killed there are zo bodies in the mine, ARMY HEROES HAVE ARRIVED ccY ASSOCIATED PRE .cS. San Francisco, Oct, la.-Lieutenant H, P. Sheridan, United States cavalry, son of the famous Civil war general, returned from the Philippines on the transport Sheridan, just arrived, after a year's camn paigning. Lieutenant R. T. Hazzard, who won fame and promotion to the regular army as a result of his good work with General Funston in the capture of Agui naldo, was also on board, BAD FIRE IN WALLA WALLA BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Walla Walla, Wash., Oct. ra.-The lumber yards, planing mcill and sash and door manufacturing establishment of Whitehouse & Crimmona was almost com pletely destroyed by fire yesterday, itn. volving a loss of over $65,0oo, with about h,0ooo Insuratnce. POLYGAMY RATHER THAN DIVORCE BOURKE COCKRAN SAYS THE EVIL IS UNDEfRMINING SAFETY OF THE REPUBLIO. LABOR QUESTION IS TRIVIAL It and the Trusts Will Solve Themselvee, but Divorce Strikes at the Virtue of Our Women. RY ASSOCATTED P'RES,. New York, Oct. Ia.-In an address be iore the Knights of Columbus in Carnegie hall to celebrate the anniversary of Amer .an's discovery, W. IBourke Cockran re hiwedw the march of civilization and de clared the only blot to be seen on it to the present day is the divorce practice. I he great private fortunes he consid ered to be of value to the nation, while she labor problem, he said, is only a step in the march of progress. Progress Is the Law. "T'here has been growth," he said, "ince the beginning of the world. I'r,.gress is the law of the universe and the, nations who canme before this one-ttle Ien. who lived and accomplished things ,r iorec Columbus-were simply the links in a ctait which has not yet become conm " I'he present condition of society here Soiull of promise. We have the greatest irillme of the earth--greater t;ila Roome .cr dared dream o'-- andt though plhiloso I-hers say that where wealth accumulates I1no, decay, I see n1o cause for despair. "\\'htn a large fortune is tnot gained hv rbltery, by fraud or by the imtaipllla it, of thle laws, then it can be but a blri to the natioln. ".1ly neighbor's prosperity increases my nMit and that of the earth. No Signs of Decay. "Nor do Inh lern fortunes tend to the ilcrease of luxury. ()O thile contrary, tien1 b come more self-denying. I see no sign of ,decay in the hutlan race here. The labor qicestiuo . is ii process of 'jlillon, alll ever'y row is a step toward Ihis. A laborer cannollt gt more pay than th tlie of his product, for then the i,,,' et cea.es to be lllade. Nor can he aget tch less, on il'accounl t of the element of competitioi . The laborer of today is it a :ervant, but a partner of his em Ip'yer. and their good rests in a itutual nll It rsta. idinig. "lut the Ilot I see ont civilization is the increasle in the numtlber of divorces. In thel ancient state the suprelme importance of lif, was to inlcreiase the imllportance of the -:tiiat. 'Today the end of life is the individual good: blut the individual good liies ii the prosperity of the famlily, and it is at this that the divorce strikes. Will Destroy Family. "if not checked, it will destroy the faimily. "The remcedy to this, as I see it, is to realize that matrimony is a state, not a contract, and divorce must be stopped. l)isorce strikes at the virtue of our women, and this virtue is what preserves the state. "The divorce is the one foul growth upon our soil, and upon its riddance de pendls the fate of our future. "If we are to choose between divorce and polygamy, give us polygamy." MARQUIS OF SALISBURY LORD OF THE PRIVY SEAL Personnel of the New British Cabinet as Completed-Sir Alfred Prettyman in Important Post. It' ASSOCIATED P'RE SS. lndon, Oct. ..--The interesting an ,-ntuncmcnt was made last night that the new marquis of Salisbury (late Viscount ra.,re i. will enter the cabinet as lord if the privy seal, the office held by his father until his retirement last year, when .Mr. Ilalfour assumed the post without taking the salary of $1o,ooo specially at lthiedl to it when the late Marquis of Salisbury took the position. The cabinet now consists of 19 meImbers. The appointment of L.ieutenant Colonel llrmley-l)avenport, as financial secretary to the war oflice, is confirmed, and the ifllowing additional minor appointments have been made: Secretary to admiralty, Sir Alfred I'rettyman; civil lord to admiralty, Major I.ce, M. P.; junior lord of the treasury, Lord t'alcarres, M. P.; treasurer of the Ilotselold, Marquis of Hamilton. The new civil lord of the admiralty, \Major Lee, was British attache with the I'nite-l States army in the Spanish-Amer iciai war and military attache to the British embassy at W\ashington in 1894 i,,). lie was parliament private secre tary to Mr. Arnold Forster, secretary of the admiralty, in 1got, CHANGES IN THE ROCK ISLAND RAILWAY SYSTEM BY ASSOCIATED PRESS, Chicago, Oct. I3.-Charles A. Goodenow will sever his connection with the Chicago, Hock Island & Pacific railroad at the end iof the present month. His resignation was formally presentel Saturday, Fourth Vice President Stevenson, who recently came to the Rock Island from the Great Northern, will have charge of the operations and construction and it is semi-officially announced that B, F. Win clhell, now vice president and general man ager of the St. Louis & San Francisco, is to be third vice president of the Rock Island and will be given supreme charge of the traffic affairs of all the lines of the system. Mlr. Winchell, it is said, will move from St. l.ouis to Chicago on November Y. It is stated that Mr. Goodenow's position as general manager will not be filled after his retirement, Bismarok Memorial. BY ASBOCIATED PREBs, )Posen, Prussian Poland, Oct. I..-A nkmorial to Bismarck was unveiled yes terday in the presence 'of Prince and Princess Herbert Bismarck. A banquet followed, at which Baron von Hammer stein spoke, To Take Loans. Berlin, Oct. za.-According to the Lokal Anzeiger, American finapcial houses have arranged to take aoo,ooo,ooo roubles of loans to be taken at St. Petersburg, War saw, Moscow and Odessa. INFAN MORTIALITY ON THE DECREASE CHICAGO BABES HAVE A BETTER CHANCE TO LIVE THAN IN FORMER YEARS, THANKS TO WOMAN'S CLUB Health Department Attributes Better ment in Conditions to Efforts of Women Workers. SY ASSOCIATED PRESs. Chicago, Oct. a.--The death rate in Chicago infants, les than a year of age, has decreased 6o.z since 18p9. The death rate of persons of all ages has decreased 39.1 per cent in the same period. These statements are made in the weekly bulletin of the health department. Speaking of causes favorable to pre venting infant mortality, the bulletin says: "An improved milk supply, the anti toxin treatment of diphtheria and other causes often cited to account for the de crease of infant mortality are equally in adequate and the department is disposed to attach more importance to the educa tion of mothers in the hygiene of the young. The efforts of the woman's clubs and similar organizations in this educa tion have been steadily growing during all this period of decreasing infant mortality and it is believed this is the principal fac tor in giving the baby a better chance for life. "In i8Rt there were 8,ao8 deaths of infants less than z year old. In 19oa there were 5,144 infant deaths. This change the department shows is brought about largely by the decrease of mortality in the sullltller. "r.are is the great life saver." SENATOR DIETRICH ON THE FUTURE OF ALASKA Does Not Think Much of Agricultural Possibilities of Country-Has Made Official Visit. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. San Francisco, Oct. a1.-C. H. Diet rich, United States senator from Nebraska and member of the committee on public lands, has arrived here after a four months' visit to Alaska. His object in visiting the territory was to familiarize himself on conditions. He does not attach much importance to the reports of Alaska's great agricultural future, which have come here for years past. lie says the many thousands of dollars expended at the government experiment station at Sitka have not established many facts about the agricultural possibility of the territory that have not been known for So years. ESCAPED PRISONER IS RECAPTURED IN UTAH BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Salt l.ake, Utah, Oct. tI.-Famished with hunger, his limbs torn and bleeding from contact with the thorny underbrush through which he plunged in his mad flight for freedom, Nick Haworth, one of the two convicts escaped from the state prison near here Friday night, was yes terday recaptured in a cabin less than a dozen miles from the penitentiary. Con trary to expectation, laworth made no resistance and meekly complied with the command to surrender. The arrest was made shortly before noon by Constable Neilson, assisted by tllree citizens from the little village of HIalliday. CENSURE OFFICERS FOR LOSS OF THE GIFFORD flY ASSOCIATED PRESS. San Francisco, Oct. t2.-The naval court sitting at the British Consulate gen eral to investigate the circumstances at tending the stranding and loss of the Brit ish Bark GiTford of Glasgow, September a6 at Mussul Rock. has filed findings, sus pending the master's certificate of David Michie for a period of six months, and censuring tile members of the crew for in subordination. It is recommended Cap tain Michie he given a certificate as first mate during the term of his suspension. It is not possible for the proprietors to publish more than a very few of the nu merous letters received in praise of Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and telling of its remarkable cures. They come from people in every walk of life and from every state in the Union, The following from Mr. T. W. Greathouse of Prattsburg, Ga., speaks for itself: "I would have been dead now but for the use of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It cured me of chronic diarrhoea after seven years of suf fering. I can never say too much in praise of the remedy." For sale by Paxson & Rockefeller, Newbro Drug Co., Christie & Leys and Newton Bros. DAINTY EAR OF FAIR DUCHESS IS QUITE BAD BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. London, Oct. 1z.--The Duchess of Marlborough has derived so much bene fit from the advice of the Austrian aurist, whom she consulted last summer, that she is shortly returning to Vienna, where she intends to remain for a year in order to undergo a thorough course of treatment. Want to Be on Right Side., BY ASSOCIATED PRESS, Victoria, Oct. Ia.-Miners In Bear Creek district on Portland Canal on the northern border of British Columbia, which is now considered United States territory, are locating their properties in the British Columbia mining recorder's office fearing the territory will be awarded to Canada at the close of the Alaska boundary com mission now in session in London. Commits Suicide. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Victoria, B. C., Oct. Ia.-James Beck, a pioneer of British Columbia, committed suicide yesterday by hanging himself at Cedar Hill while suffering from melan c2holia. Shortage of $30,000. Iowa Falls, Iowa, Oct. za.-Edwin A. Soule has bees} arrested and charged with larceny by embezzlement. It Is stated the shortage is $30,oo0, AFlERMATH OFlHE CREAT STATE FAIR. BUTTE AND SILVER BOW COUNTY WERE CONSPICUOUS THROUGQ OUT T1HE BIG SHOW. MAY BE CALLED A SUCCESS Offioers of Association and Those i4' Charge of Exhibits Are to Be Congratulated. Incoming trains Saturday night an4d yesterday brought home the large delega-. tion of Butte people who spent the week in Helena in attendance upon the state' fair Butte was better represented at the fall than any other city in the state. Butte men and women were seen on every side and the metropolis of Montana can cer tainly be said to have assisted materially.L in the success of the fair. The mineral exhibit furnished by Butte was one of the big features of the fair. Carl Galiger and C. Q. Bates, who were in charge of the mineral exhibit fromn Silver Bow county, were generally praised for the efficient manner in which they managed it and for their Informatioq given to visitors. Messrs. S. V. Winchel: and C. W. Goodale, who were also pres-* ent on the big days, aided them in furnish-" ing information to visitors about coppeV mining and Buite's great mines. Had Fun in Capital. Butte people cut no small figure in the success of the races and other forms of amusement about the grounds. The West Siders also had their share of fun in the different amusements around town. Rarely have the people of Helena beed so taxed to care for the throngs of peopl4 who flocked to the Capital City from al over the state and different parts of th' Northwest. The hotels and lodging houses filled up early in the game and the hospitable citi zens threw open their homes to friends, Some Butte people complained that Thursday and Friday night they could not find a place to sleep, but it is believed if they had exerted themselves they would certainly have obtained a bed of some sort. It was sometimes a difficult task to ob tain a meal promptly at the hotels and restaurants, but on the whole complaints on that score were not well founded. It was a big crowd that would have taxed the hotel and restaurant capacity of cities." larger than Helena. Helena Hospitality. The proverbial hospitality of the Helens people was ever in evidence. The city's guests were the recipients of numerous samples of that old-time good feeling which has made the city famous. There. were numerous parties and other social events in honor of the visitors, while good cheer prevailed upon all sides. The success of the state fair seems to be unquestioned. The only drawback was the weather, which early in the week made life at the fair grounds a little unpleas ant. The weather improved on the third day and for the balance of the week was about as pleasant as could have been asked. It is planned next year to hold the fair about two weeks earlier, or just after the September equinoxial storm, when better weather generally prevails. This will ne cessitate rearranging the dates for holding some of the county fairs, and steps to that end are already on foot. Officials Efficient. President Benepe of the fair associa tion, Chairman Marlow of the executive committee, Secretary J. W. Pace and the other officers acquitted themselves in cred itable style in the excellent manner in which they performed thqir respective duties. The officials have been untiring in thew efforts to make the fair a success since the project first became a fact. The displays of the different industries of the state surprised some of the oldest citizens of the state. While the great sheep industry was not as largely repre sented as expected another year will prob ably correct this oversight. Heretofore racing has been the prin cipal feature of Helena fairs, but this yeas there was a notable improvement on that score. There was enough racing to sat. isfy those who want that sport, but not enough to make racing the all-absorbing feature. CHUM SHOOTS CHUM QUITE BY ACCIDENT BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. New York, Oct. xa.-Midshipman Joseph E. Paul Ferriera was accidentally shot and killed by cMidshipman Mariao Herk sher on the Brazilian man-of-war Con stant, lying in the North river. They were chums and Herksher is frantic with grief, RETURNED FROM THE ORIENT Henry Savage Landor Has Been Nine Months in Philippines. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. San Francisco, Oct. za.-Henry Savg~o Landor, the English artist and traveler who has been engaged the past nine months in the Philippines, has arrived here from the Orient on the steamer Siberia. Mr. Landor visited some 400 of the Islands altogether, many of which he al leges had never before been visited by a white man. Mr. Landor states that success Is grad ually crowning the establishment of Amer lean administration in the islands. FOUR KILLED IN A RIOT Socialists and Clericals Come Togethei in Old Spain. BIY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Madrid, Oct. a.-A socialist demon. stration of ao,ooo workmen took place at Bilboa yesterday, during which a serious collision occurred with the clericals. Fodi persons were killed and ao injured. J. F. Richardson Dead. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS, Omaha, Neb., Oct. Iz,--John F, icb ardson, superintendent of the western dis trict for the Pullman Palace Car com pany, is dead at his home of cerebral hemorrhage., Famous Merchant Dead. CHicago, Oct. a.--William G. Hibbard of the wholesale hardware firm of Hib. bard, Spencer, Bartlett & Co. died yester' day of Bright's disease, aged By years.