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BAKING POWDR Improves the flavor and adds to Ie hoealthflnoess of the food. PRIOR mAKING POWDuER 00. OICAGO.A DIES BESIDE HIS . BROTHER'S COFFIN O)LDEjST LETTER CAJ RIER IN NEW YORK SINKS MELODRAMAT ICALLY TO DEATH. MY ASSOCIATED PIVR*g New York, Oct. 13.-Johnson Chase Hall, the oldest letter carrier in Now York, and possibly in the country, fell lead while standing beside the coffin containing the body of his brother William, at the latter's home in Brooklyn. The doctors say he died from a broken heart. William Hall was 8a years old, and a retired merchant. His 4brother Johnson was two years younger, and the two had been inseparable during their long span of life. For many years Johnson was ac counted one of the best carriers in the service, in which he recently celebrated his fortieth anniversary of entry. He often boasted of living a score more years, and often put on the gloves for a bout with the younger men in the Brook lyn postoflice. The death of his brother wais a hard blow and he grieved,deeply over his loss. At the close of the funeral services he arose from his chair beside the coffin, and, speaking in a low voice, bade farewell to his brother. "You were first to go," he said; "my summons cannot come too soon." The old man's voice broke, he threw up his hands and sank to the floor dead. YALE STUDENTS MAY BE FED BETTER NOW BY ASSOCIATED PRESS, Ner Haven, Conn., Oct. j3.-At a mass meeting of 300 student boarders at the Yale commons, the treasurer of the unil versity, Prof. Morris Tyler, has made sev eral suggestions which will later he acted upon by the student body. One of these was that the fee system be abolished and regular gratuities to waiters take its place, and that a committee of five under graduates and graduate boarders at the college dining hall be elected each ternm, who would keep order and receive and make complaints. Mr. Tyler said he thought the riots in the dining rooms at meal hours could be regulated by a student committee. HARRIMAN LINES TO CURTAIL Men Will Be Laid Off, Chiefly in the Shops, and Expenses Will Be Cut. Chicago, Oct. z3.--The Tribune today says: "The Sotuthetn Pacific railway is to follow the example of the New York Central and curtail expenses by laying off employe. The lHarriman line is prepar ing, according to on authoritative report just rccelv:Jd in Chicago, to reduce its force by 2,0oo men immediately. The chief cuts will be made in the shops, but there will he ,economslzlpg all ,along the. line." I -.-... .. . .. . . Children's Week Half Price For GLASSES Many people are willing to sacrifice themselves and their children to the prejudice of "what people say." This foolish prejudice against the use of glasses by children with defective eyes often results in the greatest suffering sometimes permanent disability of one who might otherwise become a power in the world. CROSS EYES Permanently straightened without the use of the knife. Don't neglect your children, but take them to MRS. DR. FRANK - and - DR. E. C. KUILO'S OPTICAL PARLORS , and EYE INSTITUTE 48W. Park St. Shodair Block HE GAVE HIS SON UP FATHER MAKES APPLICATION FOR REWARD FOR ARREST OF A FUGITIVE MURDERER. BY ASSOCIATIED PRESS. Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 13.-Application was made to Governor Terrill yesterday for the reward for the capture of Tim Caruth ers, sentenced to be hanged on October 16, for the murder of Henry Bryan, and who escaped shortly after receiving his sen tence. The officers were dumbfounded to see that the application came from the father of the conderined youth, a farmer of th;s county. The papers are indorsed by the sheriff who says the old man gave the in formation which led to the son's arrest. INEVITABLE AUTO ONCE AGAIN Here Is a Man Who Was Badly Burned by His Unruly Machine. IY ASSOC'IA'1EID I'PHIS. New York, Oct. 13.-J. \V. Schwarz, a wealthy Brooklyn merchant, has received injuries which are likely to prove fatal in the upsetting of his automobile, which he attempted to turn about suddenly pn., a hill. Schwarz was caught beneath the ma chine, which burst into flames. He was badly burned before assistance arrived. His two friends escaped with bruises. Piano tuning $3.50, at Orton Bros., asg North Main street. Seattle Postoffice Contract. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Washington, D. C., Oct. 13.-The con tract for the erection of the public build ing at Seattle, Wash., has been awarded to *McGrath and Suhamet of Seattle for $6os,ooo. The building is to be of Chuch amuk stone, but the government reserves the right to substitute granite for that stone at an additional cost of $6o,ooo. See Great Battlefield. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Gettsburg, Pa., Oct. 13.-Lieutenant General Ian Hamilton. the distinguished British army officer, accompanied by ;en eral Oliver, secretary of war, and Generals Johnson, Nicholson, and Davis visited the battlefield yesterday. They left last night for Antietam. May Mean Trouble. Rio Janeiro, Oct. 13.-The governor of the province of Amazonas has notified skippers going to the Upper Jurna that they should not submit their papers to the Peruvian consuls as Brazil does not recog nize the sovereignty of Peru over that country. Fair Ground Dismantled. Helena, Oct. 13.-Nearly all of the ex hibits have been removed from the fair ground and the place that was the center of Montana for six days presents a dismal appearance today. The Broadwater and the Cascade county exhibits have been presented to St. Joseph's Orphans home. NOTICE TO ORE PRODUCERS Ore purchase circulars of the Pitts burgh and Montana Copper company are now ready for distribution among ore pro ducers and others in the districts tributary to Butte. Such circulars will be furnished to applicants by letter or in person. Address all communications to the Com pany, P. O. Box op98, Butte, Montana. The company's office at present is No. a11 Goldberg block, corner of West Park and Academy streets, Butte, Montana. A DELIGHTFUL SUMMER TRIP. If you are going East this summer why not ase sltLakse City and Denver and the elegant scenery through Colorado along the lines of the Rio Grands system? You can't best it for excellent service and good accommodations. Only one change of cars between Butte and Chicago and St. Louis. Write for ates and a sopy of "With Nature in Colorado." O. W. Fitsgesrld, general agent, Butte, Montana. Why Schilling's Best? Are they really best? The tea and coffee, 5 and 4 kinds, are good enough coffee and tea; there is no such thing as best tea or cofee; the baking. powder flavoring extracts and spices are best in the strictest sense; the soda is common. Your grocer'sl moneyback. EIGHT LADOONES TO BE EXECUTED TWO WILL GO TO PRISON FOR A QUARTER OF A CENTURY FOR MISDEEDS. ATTACKED BY HEAD HUNTERS Constabulary Beat Off Guerrillas With Loss of Two Men-Lively Times in the Philippines. BY ASSOcIATRD PRESS, Manila, Oct. t3.--Eight ladrones have just been sentenced here to be hanged and two to as years' Imprisonment by Judge Sweeney. These men were capt tured in Bulucan and other provinces of Luzon adjacent to Manila. A second body of ladrones is in thel Island of Panay, where they have attncktd the town of Ibajay and killed * of the inhabitants. There is only a small police force there. Attacked by Headmen. Lieutenant Velasquez, with 3o men of the constabulary. were attacked recently by Sou head llnters of NeStva Vissaya: and lost two men after killing 53 and wvuntd ing a large number of the head hullttrs. The enemy were armed with rifles and bolos. The constabulary, under command of Velasquez, are reported to be sutferiug from a. disease similar to cholera. Sifting Frauds. As a result of the investigation of Cus tomls Collector Shuster, (;overnor Taft has made a requisition utpon the Chintese a-" . thorities at Shanghai for tile extradition of W. I). lallantine, inlslucrtor f custolt arrested there yesterday fir allcged com plicity in tile conspiracy for thie issuance of what are suspected to lie fraudullent Chinese certificates. An ,lticer will leave for ShqJ ghliat i tomorrow to Ihril.g ti i ris oner back here. The custmtlni a;uthoritivs hal e just dis, covered a la rge atit::lliy Iof anisi semed. oil which was tilled as tar. Manily cases of the oil put tip i i this ,ltape hat: lbeen seized. Fugitives Escape. W hen las.t hliiri of. I lcrnt,:: il h - sonl. the ftlgit;ve l. fultlr s froitn thle enn-t st:tblulary strvic., ' tre inll their waiy ltoi the islanld o i :i m:intt . i'he ti aihtan-i. io:ted thtt i :. il't, at at ,\ ia, a :a:ull pIrt in Negros' (cchidental. nI1 h:tlt in" to (uimbal, ,on the nIorth c'ad:t1 of Il ilo, where they s cu;r I ;a Itr;e 'c, 1 I for their trip to Ca(:;., i s. Onlle of tl :tisvte' coistatllttiry tiay still with themt. tlhe utti irs hiav5ig tlt it diller ent places ton r itse. The shortago ill .tsl of tic cu'ouissary departmnent mitoney tld:en. r friti til' safe altountts, u(lon ltvesvotagilill. 0 l$ o,0,. A RUNAWAYIATCO NIKOLI GOLUB'N AND TERESA PAOLI WED WHILE FATHER IS NOT ON THE TRAIL. Nikoli Golubin andl Miss Teresa 'aouli were married by Juttice I)oran last night in the courtroom. The youllg lady is about t8 years old and the marriage was against the will of her father, who con ducts a candy store at 249 East P'ark street. For this reason the couple sought the magistrate in secret, accompanied Iby two friends, Milan Loyrebic and Lizzie Moron. It was evident to the magistrate that it was a runaway couple, for all parties ex hibited extreme nervousness. After the wedding the father appealed to the police, but as the young lady was of age he was informed that nothing could be done. It seems that the news of the affair leaked out at the home of the bride, and Mr. Paoli was summoned from his place of business. The groom is employed at the Original mine. After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Golu bin left for Spokane to spend the honey moon. GREAT NORTHERN TERMINAL Road Will Spend $1,000,000 on Smit:l's Cove, Seattle. BY ASSO( IATfED I'IiS It. St. Paul. Oct. r3.-The Great Northern will spend $S,ooo.ooo in preparing Smith's cove, Seattle, as its terminal for the trans Pacific lines, which will go into service within IB months. The improvenlents will occupy a year and a half and will make Smith's cove harbor one of the finest on the Pacific coast. The construction will include a huge sea wall extending from the bottom of the sea to a height of 6o feet, and completely protecting the company's wharves. At low tide 25 feet of the wall will show above water. It will be built of concrete and stone. l.h Northern Pacflhe ralrway now offers a reward of two thousand five hundred dollars ($s,soo.oO) in place of one thousand dollars ($s,ooo.oo) for information leading up to the arrest and conviction of parties !mplicated in the work of dynamiting bridge at Livingston. E. G. PIERSON, A. U. M. LAST EXCURSION TO CALIFORNIA. From October za to 18, inclusive, the Northern Pacific will sell special excursion tickets to California on account of American Bankers' Association meeting in San Fran. cisco. The rate from all points in Montana to San Francisco and return will be $So.oo, and to Los Angeles and return, $do.oo; final return limit November so. Ji you are going to Call. fornia do not fail to call upon us. W. H. Mer. riman, general agent. EXCURSION TO CALIFORNIA. October as to iS, Inclusive, the Oregon Short Line will sell excursion tickets, Butte to San Francisco and return, $so.oo; Los Angeles, $bo.o. Stop.over privileges both directionsl final limit of ticket, November so. Remember this is 5oo miles the shortest and a4 hours the quickest route to California. Reserve berths now. Short Line city ticket office, sos North Main street, Butte, Montana. H. O. Wilson, $40-Kansas City and Return-$40. October 17th to stat, inclusive, the Oregon Short Line will sell excursion tickets, Butte to Kansas City and return, at above rate. Tickets limited for return, November to, good on Overland Limited or via.Salt Lake route. Reserve berths now, Oregon Short Line City Ticket Of. flce, tos North Main street, Butte, Mont. ii. O. WILSON, General Agent, SOLDIERS' PARDON PAPERS FORGERIES DISCOVERED AFTER 'EN HAVE BEEN RELEASED REPRIEVES ARE NOT GENUINE. STATIONERY AND SEALS REAL Yet Names of Men High in Army Affair. Are Not in Their Signatures and Somebody Is Culpable. Ht' A$SOCIATIta P'REIR. :San Francisco, Oct. s.--Jamnes II. a.r ImI, John White, Cornelius Stokes and J.hint L. Moore, mlilitary prioaners at Alca ti.e. ha:ve been re'cuaed by the authotrities ion pa;rdons which it is tow discovered hli. 1( l1,n forgied. I hi fra;lmitlllent pardolns were sent thi,,ngh tihe ordinary coiurse of i sihlier': 'nl twi, hearing the regulatr tseal: and stt.p. anld applrove Iby tihe presidnti, B111 h Ii who lm and with who,, -, :,asisttclllr. tI' lrgest its were perpetratel it not kll ll .is 34t. SI. tfoulr prilsoners had lreln sI.nt'l ncelld t .s years' imtptitiotlnient andlili had more ti.., tour yr. tarsnexpied terin to serve. ih, a ere set at liberty ()October 7 and ,., hlIrled in tihis city ont tIhe governli tl .,ttier I , e inral Mti t iw , tll . Jiw three signatures forged by the conts .f~ a.re: Major F. J. MM.ill, act.ing as ' .l i1 :Hitt( i·lt geerllllll : It I ashilltt ltonl; ?ii,,,. I hvI.ry MI. Morrotw, jiiudge a;tlvlcate it tlll departmenIli t liof Ca(lifiornia, sntll 1,11,, .1 , I. . 'W illians.. ssi lltntll aidju anllt i .u".'atl, departmttit of California. I.t, otci l stamips of tilt- defntiti lln nit I, I .tli 'oria hteaihqtarters and of the %t t% II t 1:"1 li:i Olt which the pirdoni i i p, Fiai , in retis g, Hli tlet. A0VERTISED LETTERS I t,, :.a'. 'i,-v ' t Ih ltti , 1 ,ant., for arc. A:. I',, \ili n. . . . tk n, Irht A ln.er .in, M%.i \ i . Il h;nrls ,, ; ol. ,Ir.. . .1lh1u , . .I, A chry, .like Anderson. ( , I )I l. If. I I It,,,. ir.. '.Edna I .r a.ird I l, lute. i tl . l tI hli. 1i'. I " . l . J. t htt it c irI . I i. hl "i, it c 1it, it. I 1 y!', 1t. (',tit e) ti lb 11 1 ills.. li I'. W . Ilstri r. 111, I I t., I. I:, . C, K.lt IUitri lj, . W .ll I1 rtry, ri · , ' I Ih t ,' 'l " , l " Ih ll, \lr, .. I ro",lks s " t ll , Ki,;, , ti.K \l:dh t.e Mlyn ii, ,.i' ln ) I , tll rltiti'nl Ih nr ti. Thi II.2, Ihilry, O L, t. hl.ial, (Chiiarles Io-. I ,, I'. I I :t llt . J . .(',,t ii y. I a . ;. ' Clarke, I \i . i :tll cs. M\ry" . ('riine. ci, .V , i.'ll i 1 tacist. (lri ( rank, ,li*. (rork It- -n. ,h i.l Jl -r, Cl . lll, J it i g .trle tintr ,ttu .i N. ('htl.ht y, it eot.ge Iultt., I cwat. 1. , lI.Ilill, e II ('lin , Joue Clark, ,Irs. I. I.. tlhii hill.r, I.illia i niiltlon, Ai'. t. Un' tigan, tb', 11, , .lriy (IinIupr, Peter iCox, NIi'hard I lo .tlve. . 'li.ontli C tnnolly, Aif rs. Williiam Clinc, N'i. 9 et.O llarkii (y). I ). ti-. .\gntt I.. D tly, A. Ii, tautvi., tove C . Dl- . h iAr t!tur J. tlaih, ,ii.i,, I-ltt Il,.ywer , I.. . L. tt i tt n. ntt ll: IlM tges., I)r. IV. I. . , e',I ,. lrantk Davis, (Ge rge .A. ltavrt, ,,Hv Ilul tisl (.Geurge it, A I)trsett, .11sr Kattei. 41 t. , D i s.I. IN. Tilr. lim lDeck, t Ii . ol. a 31. . (i. ti tans, ;. C. Elastan, like il.gen, `.l.h , tiN e I":llia, Miss i ihida Erik'oi, Sami F. (:,l I;recnhood. E. J. (;rely, if. I'. (;nl in.ulli. thnry lrthlly, J. NI. 4;ililc psi,, Joihts (;i.valndtr, Lee G;ibh.nl, ,arian Iil o tu wil, VIic Iti ;(hlrrich, John Gibson, Ivan G;ullanovir. lliver Iall, .1lix SManla Iheikkbla, W. S. llitchnar, (;.orgi' W. flow(, Miss Alive . , hlarris, Iten Illle, ('air IIolli., 1ii ("lMlnlant 1I -'p,, Charley Ilflrtneck, D)avid liaughey, II. l:,.clwtun, .lrs. Mary II. IIl ,lihie, Mrs. .10 K. Masser, J. E. turdy, Mlike D. Iaugan, Ilre,. IIairtnett, ,. 1'. Ilughcs, W . J. lir:ris, 11\'l + , J I larriuan. frank t). Ir:sh. T_ On Time to the Minute W\hen we accept an order for wall p.,ering, after you've selected the pat terps you fancy, you may rely on our wlan being on hand at the appointed hour to "hang" the paper on your walls. We have a record for prompt ness in executing orders we are anx. ious to maintain. CARDER WALL PAPER CO. C. V. PRANZMAN, Prop, lss. W.Parik St., Ki Blk, 'Phone .o6. This 69C Week Only 4,000 Yards Brussels earpets TEN PATTERNS SUITABLE FOR Rooms, Halls, Stairs Bright, New, Desirable Colorings and Patterns Just from the Looms AT Sixty Nine Cents _ A YARD Mail Us Your Orders--We Pay the Freight. Brownfield=Canty Carpet Co. 48 to 54 West Park, 41 to 43 West Galena Street, Butte. Ilrlt. Jar AlI. Murphy, Edward Meyer, .Jnli 1Iyllyla, II. S. Mlagruw. (hris Murphy. Mr. ,i s Jennii' Mciaion, Janrrs Mel)ownal, iMr.. .. McLean, J. II. Mcrt;under, lThoma. I l rath I, M iss Itrrue Ic(oiugh, iMrs. MNarju ie \h'llouxu:l, it. L. MrlI)nald, Dan J. McDon lhi. Ja.Imn Mc('onachie', Iternard McCahe, \1 lia n Mit, tIIa. N. .Mrn. Norans, (;trge NicholIsn. Miss llallue Nyr, Ilhnry Nelson, Miss 'rheru',a Nilson (4). 4). I(ohes fIll)onnrll, Mrs. Pal O'Neill, Olol MIloln, Malt ()les, Mlis Mamie (ssood, l:. ()lirnetl , Miss ilan,,aph 0linl. Il..l, In',telr, Ir. Ar. W. I rallon, MatII PaInjan, Mitchell 'earmner, , Mrs. Powll, Allihur E. l'cat,,n, 'harlres II. P,.rkins tr), Mrs. t ;r,,,ge I'e ry, Ilarv, y I'cn, ell, II. I. Prosner, Mrs. J. IK. IPorler, I ick I'Parsons, Sauuel I'Per kins, . I.. I','ker. It. Alvin Rictkmann, Andrew IRowe, Allen M. RlIange, Royal Arl Jewelry ('ao., IDr. IE. Il). I(ti'nkel, I. MI. IRinamulI, I. M. I(4ce, Mrs. Iannic I.. llhussel, JIohnnic (retd, Joihn I(Rolly, Mrs. .. It. Richardson, John J I.t , Jam..s A. Itnooey, Madge Russell, Miss I'unline RIussll .), 'IT.homa IRoskilly, Wallis Itunyoln. iMrs. LTenia Shallow, Mis sIngu: Srdblerg, lMike Sullllvaln, NtMrs. F. MI. Smillt, IEdward S.mith, Mrs, Maggle Smith, William Sullivan, 'In S.mith, MIlis I.s . Smith. Mrs. Stilhes, lien SIlvei, (Charlrs Str,,,.rr, I). IE. Sclhwartz, . 1). Senay, I. A. Shihnniin (2). lfarry V, Sc.ll, I. W. Stloner, Jack Slory, John J. Slheepan, !)r. J Shephard, J. S. Spencer, J. J. Sheen (a), Joe Sclh.afrr, Jame,ls Sterling, I.oyal T. Stuart, N. J. Sumlmit, MIrs. N. Swelene'y, I1. N. Shane, T. II. Stephenls, V. Subetl, M. J. Schwartz, Mles. William Simpson, A. A. Stal. h rd. 'T. Jack Tl'hanntln,l,,, Mi.ss May Tnalbol, MItsi Mary 'I re,!way, I). I. lhu',er..son, P'eter ''railuin, t illiam Trojton, Fried 'ThrselI (a). V. ('hlrles Vellenoutih, V'ermlonlt arm Conm. ('mllpalny W. IOtto Waldeck, F. Walkin, Mrs. V. L.. Wein, Mrs. Anny W\Vrner, Mrse. A. \Vaymire, D)r. Walton, lHarry I), Williams, Ida MI. West hlrok, 1'. I,. Wells, Josephl J. Wiltsu, Miss Molly 'Ward, Dr. Willard C. Welsh, James K. Welch, l. \V. Ward a1), Mr. Zuckerman. 'IrIDlll) AND FOUirTlHICI.ASS MATTE'I' : Miss Margaret A. Blown, Paul Le Dr)ew, Miss 'auline Russell, Joieph Warn, Ilarvey YV. \'est. (;E(lIRGIC \V. IRVIN, V. M. BURLINGTON IS TO HELP NORTHERN PACIFIC OUT SIV ASSOCIATED PRleSS. Seattle, Wash., Oct. 13.-Tlhe Northern Pacific oflicials have been notified that the Burlington will immediately begin turning over cars at Billings to be used in handllng shipments of lumber and shingles. This action of the Burlinglon will have a per ceptible effect upon the shortage in the Northwest, for while it will not entirely relieve the sith;ation, it will go a long way toward affording the facilities of handling lumber that the shingle mills require. ONE OF THE LATE GEN ERAL CLAY'S WILLS Richmond, Ky., Oct. i3.--One of the five wills of the late General Cassius M. Clay was filed for probate yesterday. It disin herits his children and all relatives except his former child wife, Dora Brock, whom it nominates as sole executrix. The other heirs introduced testimony to show that Clay was insane. A motion to probate the will was overruled. An appeal has been taken to the circuit court, WE WANT YOUR We know that if you B are not getting your printing done by us you are losing some thing,'either in time, price, quality or quan tity. Our work is al ways above the stand ard, our price is always N fair. You won't be E ashamed of Inter Moun tain printing, and it S will make business for you. Phone 428. S EVERYTHING That's Fit to Smoke -AT Montana eigar Co. 15 North Wyoming Union Goods a Specialty RESCUED FROM ICY WATERS BY A YACHT Ogdensburg, N. Y., Oct. z3.-N.ews ham reached hero of the rescue from drown. ing of four college students by George H. Gooderham near Humber bay, Ontario. Gooderham, accompanied by W. R. Crawford of Chicago and two other men, were sai.lng in Gooderham's yacht, when near Humber bay they came upon the students, who were lying upon an up turned boat, almost helpless from ex posure. They had been clinging to the boat for IS hours. Their names are not known.