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Cash Grocer 135 W. Broadway _'Phone 691 B A Few of the Many Items 25c W;!! Buy. One Pound Good English Dreakiast Tea....................... . 25. One Pound Brobeck's 25 Ilest (:reamery Butter................. 25 One Pound Hoffman Ilouse Coffee, regular price, j5c; (specrial).............. 25C (enulne Jersey Sweet Pl'tatoes, Ave pousnds............... ............25 French Meaty Prunes, lve pounds................................25 White Potatoes, hne c,l.,ers, as pounds................................25 Try ourSantos Coffee; you will like it, per pound.......... ....25( Shaw's Pancake Flour, just in two packages...................25c utrn, a (;ranulated Wheat, three packages............... ....2 II. t. Pancake Flour, two packages............................25 H. O. Buckwheat Ilour, two package,..... ... 25c Force, - two packages (pccial) .................... 25 #ive.I'ound Package (arnation Whestflake (special)................j25C !ix-Pound Rolled t......... .............. 25c One Quart Itottle 25 Rock ('andy Syrup........... ...... Fancy ('leaned Currants, 25 two p,.nds.................. ............ 2 Three ('ons Columbia ('ream, unsweetned . ............................... 25 Cape Codl Cranberrie%, 25 two quart ......... ..... ...........2 5 DOES YOUR .Overcoat NEED Repairing OR Cleaning? 'Phone 138. It Will Cost You From $i.oo to $3.00, No More Or if you have a suit that needs renovating send it to us. We make a specialty of Cleaning and Repairing at reasonable prices. Unique Tailoriug Co. 63 West Broadway "Pure SuY r"' Candy, I'urita C.ANDY Old ltaahiot Stick, 6 flavors to pound, 2Sc. Cream sherbets, assorted, very delicious, aSc pound. .owney's Cream Cake, Sc. NEWIIRO DRUG CO., sog North Main Street. [xpert 'Embalming CAREUL., PAINSTAKInJ funeral Directors THE MONTANA UNDERTAKING CO. Tnos. Lavelleo. Prop. Thos. Sullivan, Mgr. 125 E. Park, Phone 8. DR. HUIE PeeK Thirteenth doctor of China from grand father down Born and schooled is the profession. Treats all diseases, msking a specialty of chronio troubles Consult ec. cay7 South Main St. BOARDING STABLES Attention Paid in Every Detail to Horses Left in Our Charge. Rates Rea* sonable. . 'Phone 204 GROUND FLOOR STABLES a21 South Main St. POR STEAMBOAT INSPECTION Men are wanted for the steamboat in spection service. An examination evili be held by the civil service examination board on November I8 and £9 to fill vacancic, is the district of Nashville, Tenn. The positions pay $1,200 per an num. Papers for the examination can be secured,by applying to the secretary of the local civil service board at the postomce. aIODERN MACCABEES. Wi11 give a card party at Elks' hall, Wednes. day evening, October '4, 1903. Tickets, regu. lar price. Everybody invited. Nixon Cash Grocery 901 UTAH AVENUE MOeNDAY SPBSIARL Two Packages I . O. oats..... ........... .. ......30c e Packa, O. Presto........................... I C . I.pound Paag, Holgraie n.................35C With above four packages one package L. 0, Buckwheat, Free. ws! ABE BLAUSTINE IS OFF TO MILES CITY ONLY ONE OF NINE SMALL BOYS TO BE SENTENOED IN THE DISTRICT COURT. ARE ON THEIR GOOD CONDUCT Ladga Charged With Burglary ard Minor Crimes Arraigred Before J.d,e McC ernan Today. DIepartment III of the district court looked like a schoolroom this morning wihen nine boys, ranging in age from o tio i5 years, were brought in to be tried for offenses running all the way from making faces at their teacher to burglary. Abe Blaustine was the only offender .5who went over she road to Miles City, ant,, according to Abe's father, he is a very had tiny. Abe was the ringleader of the robbery of the Bee lHive and the Racket store. The other boys atre lonller Jellnnett, J. Rooney, Tom (t)'*Malley. 'I'tllltuy Lewis, "niinct Burke, W\illie jlutlcr, Willie Ih rrymanl anld Samn Toy. Sentence Suspended. All of the offelnders but Toy and Burke were found guilty andl released on promise of good Ibehavior. in the case of Burke it was said that his father was in Jardine and had not been notified of his arrest. The mithter asked that the boy hlie tried at olnce. but the court conltinllued t'ic case for one week. "i'Tonty L.ewis, a diminiutive negro hoy. acklnowleodgedl stealing toy :axe: from the R(arket sitore, and created a great deal of a.imlseitellllt by staiilg thal the lhys were going to establish a Woid hmtan lIodge and wanted the axes to drill with. T'onmy sat with tears ill hi eyes. His mollotlher inl tercededi for hin and told the court that To'umf y would be godol. Terror to Pedagogues. Willi. HeIrryman lhat been a terror to the se'i(hol teachers of the city and has been suispendled numerous times. lie has been makiing it a practice of going to the schools at the recess hour and persuadling other boys to play truant, and beside this he made faces at the teachers and rolled stones down the hill to the Adams school. house. Ahe Hllaustine provcd to be all the coin plaint alleged, and his father, ai hardl working man, stated that it was impos sible to handle him, as le had often searched the city for him days at a time. and that the boy would hide in alleys and es('ape. The other offendlers were mostly Irtt ants, and the coturt gave them a chanlce to lltendt their ways. IKE COHN IS CHARGED HE IS SAID TO HAVE TAKEN TWO NOTES FROM THE DESK OF JESSE WHITMORE. Ike Cohn. arrested yesterday after noonl on a charge of creating a distulrh ance at the fecal store of Jesse Whitmore oii South Main street, hlas a miore serious charge against him, that of stealing two promissory notes from Whitmore. It is said that ('ohn came to the city yesterday and negotiated a horse tradle with Whitmore. Ike was to receive $15 to hoot in the trade. Thetradet was con sumila.tedl, butt when (Colin callie to col. lehi the ditfference Whitmtore dug up two nIotes given hint inll ,9,6 Iby (.i(hn and att Iioullced that the $15 would Ie applied on the paymentl of the notes. ('Colin had evidently forgottent them and with the accrued interest they amllouinteud to some thing lihe $30. Ike demurred to Whit mnre's action and disappearedl. latcr, it is alleged, Cohn reappeared and took tile notes froImi \'h itniore's desk. D)cspite the fact, it is said, that ('ohli had the notes in his hand whell arrested, ino trace of them could lie foiund when searched at the jail. Cohn was arraigned today in Justice Colligan's court and entered a plea of not guilty. llis hearing was set for Iext Tuecsday at . o'clock. BELIEVED DEAD GIRL HAD ANOTHER NAME aY ASSi '.l I.IE I' I .S."i . Mayville, N. '.. Oct. it,-The C'han taLL;ua countyIL grandlll jury convcl'ned yes t.raday and will h.tiru an investilationl ilnto the sudden dat! rof a pretty young womanll which occuirred at a hotel in the village of Fintdlay T.:,ke. The girl regis tcrcd as N'illie Gray of Pittsburg, which is b:licved to lie an avsu!lledl name,. tier hItome is believed to be in Marion ville, Pia. ITwo lphysiciuans performed all autopsy on thie body, and yesterday Dr. HIlery Challin of Findlay Lake was placed under arrest. SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY. An otter coat, property of Mrs. (arver, cost $_,o.oo. will sell for less than $too.oo Call at 14 Suutlh Main. BANKERS ARE IN SESSION Debate on Asset Currency at the Lincoln Convention. BY ASSOCIAtEtI PRESS. I.incoln, Neb., Oct. i3.-At the annual meeting of the Nebraska state bankers' convention today the principal feature was a debate between Congressman E. I. Hill of Connecticut and A. J, Frame of Wiscontiin on "Asset Currency." Mr. Hill favored the adoption of a sys tem of asset currencey in order that debts inight be paid and a greater volume of money insured, and Mr. Frame opposed the idea. Charles G. Dawes of Illinois is on the program for an address on "Proposed Changes in the Banking Laws," and Thee dare Gilman of New York has for his sub. ject "A Clearinghouse Currency." Omaha Gun Club Tournament. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS, Omaha, Oct. 13.--The 34th session of the Omaha Gun 4lul began today and will last three days. Two days will bhe devoted to target events, and the third day will be given up to a live bird ihandi cap of a5 birds. In the latter event all the crack shots of the country will par ticipate. SOUTIH IS NE1IGO'S BEST FRIEND DOW NEW YORK SU1PREME COURT.JU& TICE GAYS NORTH 6ERREOD IN POLICY AFTER THE WAR. FLEXIBLE LAWS ARE NEEI.a Lynching Is Never JuM;flable, but k Punishment Should Follow the" Crime More Clcsaly. fy ASSOCIATE.D agls[. New York, Oct. sj.-In an address be fore the Phi Delta Phi fraternity in this city Justice Rischoff of the New York eut preme court has pointed out the fact that the spirit which underlies modern life coqt fronted the patriarchs of old in Moal~ times, and is to be found underlying the development of the entire system of crim. inal jurisprudence, representing the re hellion of passion against orderly pro cedure of the law and the safeguards thrown about ant accused person. In the case of lynching and other out bursts lie said may be epitomized in the words, "the law's delay." Cannot Be Avoided. "it is true," said he, "that there is more or less delay in the administration of the law which appears to procrastinate, so that the time elapsing between a crime and the punishment seems at times needlessly pro longedl; but this is not tht: fault of the law or its administration, so much as it is the result of conditions which surround the gradual evolution of our great judicial system. "'i'he tudemands upon the courts are too great for a systemn planned to accolttmlodate scarcely half the business now presented and making no elastic provision for en larged requirements. It is but right and just, that in the administration of crim itnal law, the punishment should follow speedily, with all due caution and prozc tion to the accused, the accomplishm t of the crime. More Flexible Laws. "lInt it does not follow because of this defect, the delay of justice, that the sys temn is wrong or that mob rule had better supplant it, or that it is justification at ally time for an assassination at any time in the name of punishment for crime. It is but a voice that should be heeded by our legislatures in providing an elastic, flexible system for the administration of the law that will meet every emergency the measure, speedy, exact alnd unerring justice in every case." Justice Itischolf described the condition of the negroes at the close of the civil war. their lack of knowledge of nine teenth century civilization, their being left uponl an impoverished land without governmntelt aid or support alld their strug gles against the antipathies of the white race. North's Error. The North, he said, undertook to edu cate the colored people, of whose contdi tions and limitations they were ignorant,. with the result that much misunderstand ing and bitterness ha:l been engendered. "And today," Ihe added, "it is being realized that the best friend of the negro is the South, who can best. too, solve tbe gre:at q(utC'utiuna involved in this discussion." WISCONSIN MAY LYNCH A MURDERER FOR HIS CRIME Headless Body of Smith Found, While Young Is Wearing the Hat Smith Wore When in Life. Ili ASSOCIATIED PI'ESS. W\\ausau, Wis., Oct. I;.-'The headles body of Edward Smith was found near the village of Edgar and last night public feeling against Arthur Young, accused of murdering himn, nearly resulted in a lynch ing. Saturday afternoon the body was discovered on a skidway used in logging operations. A coat covered the head of the corpse. The head was separated from the body' and the side of the shull was badly frac tured. A hullethole was founld in the front and back of the head and the new hat. Smith bought a new hat the day before he dlisaplpeared, and this Arthur Young was wearing at the time of his arrest. i\\'hen last seen Smith was known to have $son), and only $io was found ii. his watch pocket at the time the body was discovered. ELECT NEW JEWISH OFFICERS Services of Holiday Saason Closed by Rabbi Weiss' Congregation. Itabbi \\eiss closed the hervices of the holl* day season in the ,I.wis church last night. 'l'his csason ha, lanted through the last 30 days tnol has been closery observed by the Jewish people of this city. The Inmutic last night was exceptionally fine. Miss Abrahams sang (iounod's "Ave Maria" and .Mrs. (;us MJitchell gave (mounod's "For. ever With the .ord." The festival celebrated yesterday was that of "Autumn." and Rabbi Weiss took this for tihe ulbject of his sermon. )fflicers for the enouing year are always elected. Iast night they were as follows: President, It. Gallick; vice president, i1. Jonas; secretary, Moue Iinz; treasurer, Dsve" Goldlberg; trustees, Ike Kreuger, John Norris, N. (Oppenheimer, . J. Mendleschon, M. A. Berger; itusic coimmittee, Mrs. Joe Hosean. dorhn and Mrs. Sternfelds. TWO KINDS i! OF CHILDREI" Children that grow too ftist.. and those that seem hardli to grow at all, both nee 7 Scott's Emulsion. It gives that rich vital nourishment which is the secret of all healthy growth, It rounds out the long limbs, and helps children to growa'l without using up all thei' strength in growing. Mothers ought to know more about the wonderful help which Scott's Emulsion would give their children. We'll send you a sample free upon requst. $COTT a BOWNE, 4o09 P8r Street, New Yeor. The Heating Stove and Range Part of This Store Is one of its important features. The growth and success of our Heating Stove and Range business has been remarkable, this department proving one of the most important and successful features of this store. This splendid showing proves easily the great selling abilities of this store. The powerof small pricing and worthy values have won the trade confidence of hundreds of Butte home furnishers. The Genuine Wilson Airtight Heater There is no airtight heater like the Wilson. Read every word of the description of the king of all air tight heaters. The best seller, the most satisfactory airtight made. We have secured the exclusive selling of this wonderful heater for Butte and it cannot be bought except at this store. Here are some special features .of the Wilson: The body is made of heavy polished steel; steel lined inside to the top, which gives full protection to the outer body. Drafts by the patent method of taking the draft from the top; a perfect airtight heater is secured, giv ing absolute control of the fire. The Wilson draft principle is perfect, which explains why these heaters consume much less fuel than others and are in such demand on account of these great fuel saving qualities. We have the Wilson in every style and size in which it is made. "W No. 3i; of smooth steel, 18 inches long, rT3 inches No. 32; of polished steel, 18 inches long, 13'A inches wide, 14 inches high. $6 O0 wide, 14 inches high. $7 00 'rice .......... ........... .. ......Prie...........Price................ No. 21i; of smooth steel, 2o inches long, 14 inches No. 2%; polished steel, 20 inches long, 14 inches wide, i8 inches high. $750 wide, . inches high O P'rice.......... ..................... .. Price........................ .... . No. 2s; of smooth steel, 22 inches long, z5 inches No. 2%; polished steel, 2a inches long, I1 inches wide, 20 inches high e wide, 2o inches high. a 50 Price ................................... Price ............ .............. , ., No. 12; smooth steel, 25 inches long, 18 inches wide No. 2; polished steel, 25 inches long, 18 inches wide, and 25 inches high. SIO 00 2S inches high. $ 1 00 P'rice ................................ U. U Price .................................. 0UU GARNET OAK FOR COAL WOOD AIRTIGHT HEATERS This is a first-class, attractive Oak heater: has Special for this week. nickel band and- nickeled foot rests, name plate and We will close out 75 wood airtight heaters that we nickeled spun urn. Inside swing smbke guard, draw have decided not to carry this season. At these prices center grate, col rolled steel body. Sold in the fol- they are certainly bargains. lowing sizes: No. o2 Gem airtight wood heater ............. ..75 to-inch cold rolled steel body ...............$ 8.50o No. 22 Gem airtight wood heater ............1.So 12-inch cold rolled steel body ...............$o.5o The above prices are for cash. Nonie set up-just 14-inch cold rolled steel body ...............$z .5o the plain stove. [ander furniture & Carpet Co. 44 AND 48 EAST BROADWAY " . " I I i _ II i World's Fair Tour to 2ost $7,500.00 The grandest Exposition the world has ever seen will be that of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition or World's Fair at St. Louis next spring. Conservative estimates of the expenditures to be made before it opens places the total figure at $50,000,000.00, which does not in clude the millions to be spent by the promoters- of amusements, entertainments and other features of a similar nature. It is to be great in history, in beauty and in the magnitude and variety of its exhibits. Montana will be represented by a State Building, contain ing exhibits of her vast resources, and the .y Butte Inter Mountain invites each county in the state to select a deserving young lady.as..... maid of honor to represent it at the Fair as guest of the Inter Mountain. The selection of the maids will be by the popular coupon voting plan. In Silver Bow county three are invited, Deer Lodge two and Missoula county two, these three counties being where the paper's circulation is the largest. When those composing the excursion are selected they will be asked to name some lady of experience to act as chaperon and who is also to be the Inter Mountain s guest. It is pjrobfosed that the company assemble at Butte for general introductions and then take the train for St. Louis for a Two Weeks' Trip The party will have its own Pullmans and dining car. The best ho tel accommodations will be reserved at St. Louis and tickets of admis sion to the Fair, car fare and incidental expenses will be provided for. The management of the Inter Mountain will arrange a thoroughly en joyable program and will attend to every item of expense from the time the guests leave their homes until their return. Young lady, how would you like to take the trip? Applications will be received at the different business offices of the paper and headquarters for the receiv ing of votes will be rapidly opened at the different county seats in the state. Full conditions for joining the excursion appear on page 4 of this issue and a large enrollment is invited.