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Red Boot It FRed Boot
Prices I L Crowded A BIG DAY SATURDAY THE FACT that people believe in Red Boot sales was forcibly demonstrated Saturday. The open ing day, despite similar attractions elsewhere, brought out a crowd that filled the big store to overflowing. Hundreds of pairs of good shoes were sold at under value prices, and hundreds have been added to take their places. If extra Inducements will accomplish the result, we pro pose keeping the big store crowded from start to finish. Additional bargains will be added daily. TOMORROW'S RED BOOT SPECIAL 35 DOZEN I Infants' Kid Bootees and fancy soft-sole Shoes-special delivery arrivals-in the cunningest little styles you've ever seen; $1, $1.25 and as high as $1.50. SPECIAL for to-morrow SO CENTS All prices advertised for opening sale Saturday, and sold today, will be sold to morrow as advertised. MONTANA'S Red A SALE BIGGEST DU0 Or THE SHOE SALE SALE CLOSES ANY TIME PEOPLE i_ POSTOFFICE TRIALS ARE SET FOR NOYEMBER23 vY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Washington, D. C., Nov. a.-The cases of W. V. Machen, Diller Band, Samuel Groff and George E. and Martin Lorenz, indicted on charges of conspiracy in con nection with the sale of letter box fasten ers to the postoffice department, were to day set for trial on November 23 in crim inal court No. z of the District of Colum bia. Douglass & Douglass and Conrad Symme appeared as attorneys for Machen and Lorenz and Samuel Maddox for the Groffs. Assistant Attorney Hugh Taggart, representing the prosecution, asking that on account of the ill-health of District At torney Beach a day after the first week in December be decided for the trial of the cases. He explained that has been the long and tiresome work, performed by Mr. Beach in preparing the cases for trial, which has made it imperative that he take a rest. Mr. Taggart also declared that there are now So persons accused in the postoflice department, five with capital of fences, which require the attention of Mr. Beach, and consideration therefore should be shown him by the court. Charles A. Douglass and Samuel Maddox made pleas for early trials, the former of fering a motion that November :6 be set LUTE Y 'S 45.47 WEST PARK ST. PHONB 68 arosse & Blackwell's eatsup Bargain PICKLED ONIONS; Full Half Pint Bottle Good Catsup; special, tomorrow; pint bottle, 30c; 55c pecial, tomorrow .... ............. c quart ............ . ......... .. .......... Brea fas o d; Fancy Bright ed ating or Cookig Fine Breakfast Food; two.pound package; l. What a nap ati, o On regular 7etc; special while they per box goc and ......... . last, per pa ckage .......... ......... 5c Montana Potatoes; extra fancy; solid, Refugee Stringless Beans; smooth skinned white potatoes; finest in regular ifac; special, can............ 0C teoo pounds for........................ 90c aldorf Tomatoes; extra large can; finest Pure Leaf Lard; 11 5i Eastern pack; regular aoe; special s.pound pall, loc; to pounds...... |U tomorrow, per can ..........,,..... 15 PRESH MBATS--ASTOUNDING PRICES Where isLutey's meat market? In the rear of our big store, under our big electric sign "Lutey Bros." If you find it you'll find these remarkable prices tomor row. Remember quality never sacrificed to quote you a low price, Sirloin Steaks; fI t Rib Mutton Chops, special tomorrow, pound........... four pounds for........................25 Porterhouse Steaks, Loin Mutton Chops, pel tomorrow, pound......... three pounds........... ...........25C Prime Shoulder Steaks, Prime Leas Mutton, six pounds for....... ...... ..... 2 5 per pound..................... .. C Shoulder Mutton Chops, 2 Prime Beef Roast, six pounds for ............... ... special tomorrow, per pound.......... 45.47 WEST PRRK ST " " " • 'PHONE 68OS as the date for the trial, with the under standing that if Mr. Beach is then unable to attend court, a continuance should be granted. Justice Pritchard announced that as a compromise he would set the trials for November 23, and he urged attorneys for both sides to be ready at that time. For Sale-Bull-terriers from registered stock. P. 0. box 253, Anaconda. BILBAO MEN GET BETTER TERMS FROM STRIKERS BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Bilbao, Nov. a.-Aa a result of media tion, the iron workers of Bilbao will no longer be compelled to live cooped up in the barracks provided by the mining companies and they will no longer be forced to purchase food from the company stores which has been often declared un fit to eat. Instead of being paid by the month they will hereafter be paid every week. They have been refused, however, the right to organize and it is believed this refusal will lead to trouble in the future. The strike affected 35,ooo men. DOUKHOBORS TO GO TO PHILADELPHIA SCHOOL Winnipeg, Nov. 2.-A party of sj Doukldobors, including three married couples from the villages of Petrofka and the Terpenia Sakatchewan, arrived here today en route to Philadelphia, where they go to learn English and to acquire skill in industrial, agricultural and domestic pursuits. OIYINES DEPLORE INDUSTRIAL CRISIS MINISTERS ADOPT RESOLUTIONS OF SYMPATHY FOR THE THOUS ANDS OUT OF WORK. FORBEARANCE IS COMMENDED Preachers of Butte Praise Good Conduct of Wage Earners in This Time of Depression and Worry. At the meeting of the ministers of Butte this morning resolutions were passed de ploring the present outlook for work ;t the mines and smelters, commending the forbearance and worthy conduct of the thousands of men out of work and appeal ing to those whose interests are directly involved to come to some speedy settle ment, that work may be resumed. The ministers also expressed condemnation toward the press lending its columns to spreading a false report that the condi tions in the city are anarchistic. Rev. Mr. Bovard of the Mountain View M. E. church read an able paper, the sub ject of which was "Authorative Seat in Religion." It was also agreed by the ministers to dispense with the usual Wednesday night prayer meetings and attend with the mem bers of their congregations the mass meet ing to be held in the First Presbyterian church, Wednesday night. This meeting will be for the purpose of making a stren. uous endeavor to close the saloons, the gambling houses and Sunday closing of theaters. Following are the resolutions as adopted by the association: Whereas, Conditions obtain owing to the closing down of our mines that portend a crisis in the industrial and commercial inter eats of our city and commonwealth, and Whereas, Great inconvenience, hardship and loss must necessarily ensue to every wage earner and his family, and financial loss and harm to every business interest of this and other cities throughout Montana; therefore, be it Resolved, First-That we deeply sympathize with the thousands of our fellowcitizens who have been thrown out of employment, antd with those dependent upon them. Second-That we deprecate the attempt, by certain of the press outside of our state, to convey the idea that Butte, or any other city in Montana, is in a condition of anarchy. Third-That we regard with pleasure and pride the patient forbearance and worthy con duct of our fellow-citizens, a number of whom for the second time within a few months, un. expectedly find themselves out of work and thus deprived of means of support for them selves and their families. Fourth-That we appreciate the endeavors of citizens here and elsewhere who are seeking to bring about an amicable and satisfactory adjustment of the difficulties which have pro. yoked the present shutdown. Fifth-That we deeply regret the failure, thus far, gf all proposals looking to, a compromise or settlement of the differences that have affected so disastrously every best interest of our city. Sixth-That In behalf of the wage earners and their families and in behalf of the jeopar dized material and moral interests of our state, we appeal to all parties to the controversy awaiting settlement to make every concession possible, even to the waiving of some right, or, if necessary, the suffering of some loss, in order that the more serious and widespread loss and suffering that must necessarily result from any prolonged shutdown may be p averted. A child of Mrs. Geo. T. Benson, when getting his usual Saturday night bath, stepped back against a hot stove which burned him severely. The child was in great agony and his mother could do nothing to pacify him. Remembering that she had a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm in the house, she thought she would try it. In less than half an hour after applying it the child was quiet and, asleep, and in less than two weeks was well. Mrs. Benson is a well known resi dent of Kellar, Va. Pain Balm is an anti-, septic liniment and especially valuable for burns, cuts, bruises and sprains. For sale . by Paxson & Rockefeller, Newbro Drug Co., Christie & Leys, Newton Bros. A CIGARETTE SANDWICH Growing Custom of Enjoying Between| Cigars the Fragrance of the Turkish Cigarette. Customs change in smoking as fashions change in hats. Within the past few years, since the introduction to America of pure Turkish tobacco in the form of the cigarette, a" new custom has arisen. Many men who might he justly considered as among the most con firmed and conservative of cigar smokers, have. found that there often comes a time when they want a smoke, but another cigar would be one too many. Men who five years ago would have scorned the suggestion of smoking a cigarette, have since the introduction of the pure Turkish cigarette, learned that it offers an agreeable and fragrant change from the heavier and more stimulating cigar. It is also becoming so usual as to excite no comment to serve Turk' ish cigarettes between courses at dinner, a cuse tom that likewise has its origin in the last few years. Only the superior grades of Turkish tobacco are imported into this country, and of that the choicest is largely controlled by S. Anargyros, maker of the well-known Mogul Egyptian Cigarettes, who imports annually sufficient Turkish tobacco to make more than three bil. lion cigarettes. Of course, as the demand increases, unscrupulous manufacturers are tempted to adulterate with domestic tobacco, but no one who has ever tasted the delicate flavor of the genuine Mogul can he deceived by any substitute. Allen & Simington, reliable chimney sweeps. World Messenger office. Tel. zoo. JUST "TO MENTION IN PASSING" Cram's Atlas of the World, o903 edition, with handsome up-to-date map of Montana, is given free to Inter Mountain subscribers who pay $7.50 for one year in advance. The special sooe vote coupon is also included. The Northern Pacific railway now offers a reward of two thousand five hundred dollars ($a,so0.oo) in place of one thousand dollars ($z,ooo.oo) for information leading up to the arrest and conviction of parties implicated in the work of dynamiting bridge at Livingston, E. G. PIERSON, A, G. ,. Schilling's Best tea baking-powder spices coffee flavoring extracts sods are all true in both senses: all entirely true, At your grocer's; moneyback, BOTH SIDES CLAIM VICTORY AS USUAL ELECTION FORECASTS FROM THE STATES WHICH HAVE BATTLE OF BALLOTS TOMORROW. NEW YORK VERY DOUBTFUL IMajority of 15,000 Is Probable Limit for Any Ticket-Ohio Vote Will Be Light-Figures Given. (C'ontinued from l'nrage One) than goo,loo, on which the republicants have been estimatintg their plurality at ntearly tuuooo for governotr anttd other state oflicers, with from 401 to so majority int the legislature on joint ballot for Untited States senator. 'he democrats give no figures on the state ticket and countinlg doubtful counties in their favor, rstimalte a democratic plurality of five on joint ballot. O()e statetnetict froml detlocratic head quarters says that the legislature might stantld 7 democrats to 7. repulblicaIns. Re pubtlicans are offering bets on a hli.h as 5.,oo plurality anld ive majority on joint ballot antd that the majority oni joittt Ital. lot in the legislature will even execed that of two years ago, whten the republicans carried several democeratic districts taal counties and had the usuttal lpttr;llity of .5 on joint ballot in re-clecting Senator Foraker. While there are several doubtful romltt ties, the imost impolttrtant ote inl that list is Cuyahoga, the hotme of Ilatta anld Clarke. atid of Herrick atnd Johnson, the candi dates for senator and governlor. If the re pulblicans carry that coumttty aith its four lseators and to relresentlatives they will undoubtedly have the largest majority on joint ballot in the legisatutre that I as ever known. Without (Cttyahoga; the replblicatts claim that they will have the senate by .s to Ir, and the hottse ;" to 17 with a majority of 48 on joint ballot, Ibut in this estimate they include Frantklin and other doubltful oounties in the repttblicat; list. By including Culyahtoa and otther doubtful counties in their list, the democrats claimtt that they would have the ne se t t7 o 16 antd the house 57 to J5 with a majority of five on joint ballot. There have been less arrests for false registration titan heretofore andt there is every indication that the electiont will be quiet and not as exciting as usual. Outlook in Maryland. Baltimore, Md., Nov. a.--Though the Campaign in Maryland practically closed on Sunday night, Stevenson A. Williams, the nominee for governor and other candi dates on the republican state ticket will address a meeting at Crisfield, on the east ern shore tonight. Chairman Murray Vandiver, of the democratic state ccntral commltcce, and Chairlnan Jolhn B. Ilanna, of the republi can committee, have issued lengthy ad dresses to their representative parties in lwhich a strong appeal is made to support the party nominees. At tomorrow's elec tion the polls will be open at 6 a. tm. and close at 5 p. m. Both parties anticipate a full vote and an orderly and quiet election. Marshal Farahan, of the police depart ment, announced today that the whole po lice force will be on duty at the polls to morrow. This morning the hallots were placed in the hands of the police department and will be distributed tonight. In San Francisco. San Francisco, Nov. 2.-The municipal campaign in this city which has been warmly contested throughout, will nlot close until late tonight. The democrats have scheduled five parades, to converge towards the Mechanics Pavilion, where a mass meeting will be held. There will also be final gatherings of the repullican and labor forces. The socialists, who also have a ticket in the field, have conducted a quiet campaign. Although there are indications of rain tomorrow, a heavy vote will doubtless be polled. Both Sides Claim It. Louisville, Ky., Nov. 2.-Governor Beck ham will make his last speech of the canm paign at Bardston this afternoon to his home people. The democratic campaign managers predict a majority of not less than 30,000 majority for the democratic state ticket. J. H. McMann, chairman of .c.Vlrepublican state campaign committee, .claiums the republicans will carry Kenttucky by si,ooo plurality. Democrats Confident. Boston, ;Mass., Nov. a.-The day before election found the managers of both politi cal parties after the rather strenuous ac tivities of last week, pratically ready for the opening of the polls. The democrats expressed confidence that they would carry the state, and announced that Colonel Gas ton, the nominee for governor, and other speakers would make another so-called ',whirlwind finish" of the city this evening, speaking at I4 meetings. The republicans also express confidence in the outcome. Pennsylvania Republican. Phiadelphia, Pa., Nov. a.--'The apathy which has marked the present campaign in this state is apparent in almost every coun ty in Pennsylvania. The victory of the re publican ticket is practically a foregone conclusion. q II' In Rhode Island. .Peovidence, R. I., Nov. a.-The republi oanIcamp)aign in this state was concluded Saturday night. Tonight the final rally of the democrats will be held with' Gov ranor Garvin, Congressman Granger and others as speakers. Today the democrats claim the state by a,ooo and the house by a small majority, while the republicans are counting on from $,boo to 7,ooo for the candidate ft? gov ernor and the control of both branches of the legislature by a safe margin, Nebraska Apathetio. Omaha, Neb., Nov. a.-No newspaper or central committee chairman has ven ture4 a serious estimate of tomorrow's bletion in Nebraska. Less interest 'has been manifested than for years. The election being for judicial offices only, the registration in many places, especially in Ohama, has been con siderably below the vote polled last year. Five Tickets in Iowa, Des Moines, Iowa, Nov. a.-Everything points to a light vote tomorrow through out the state. Estimates regarding Cummins' plurality 15 CARLOADS - ---- OP ==·;f---ll_ Furniture Bargains As announced last month, we have purchased fifteen carloads of furniture for our November and December trade. We do not Intend to plead the baby act by countermanding a dollar's worth of these goods. If you ever need to buy bargains, now is the time. if we ever needed to sell goods now is the time, and while we have every con fidence in a speedy settlement of the existing troubles, we are bound to move these goods day by day, let the conditions be what they may. Read these prices. If there is a furniture dollar 10 Montana, we want It. Cane Seat Chairs Sewing Rockers Solid oak, close wove cane seats, Wooud aeit, oak frame, flat apindlles braced poIts, carved backs, cheap in hack at l bolted postsa; should at $t.6o. scll for $a.oo. Yours for................$1.15 Yours for................$1.25 Metal Beds Kitchen Cupboards Any color, any iz, Ilheavy cnaiiii- V ilated d, obile panel doors., 3 eled, well r Idded head and foot; ,shlves, full size, gotdenl inish. cheap at at $7.75. ('lh; t $7.50. Yours for .......... ..... $2.75 ours fr ................ $5.00 Extension Tables Sideboards htolden oak finish, extendied, to 6 Rllch I golden linished Iardwood, 3 feet, box top, tIIrId letI , finrest dlawru, f lockers, bevel mirror finish; worth $1Sioo ' :back ; cheap at $a .5o. Yours for................ 7.50 $750 llor, for...............11.50 Chiffoniers Ladies' Dressers Five drawers, carved hasck, rich Three drawers, dl blle tolp, IFrench brass trimlmings, goll ten o:ak linllih; plte mirror, rich golden fiish; cheap at $1ais. cilh i'; l at $i15, . Yours for............... 50 $ 5l'oll.*rt ............. $511.50 Mail Us Your Orders We Pay the freight Brownfield=Canty Carpet Co. 48 to 54 West Park. 41 to 43 West salena Street, Butte, for governlor runl froltl 30,000o by the detllo crats to 6(,ioo by the relubllcltcans. There are live Iickets in tohe field, re putblican, demicratic, socialistic, lprohibi tion cltd people's. Fraud Charged in Denver. )Denver, Colo., Nov. .--l el ec lion of a justice of the tsulpremle court wllich will be held tomorrow promnises to Ibe a quiet one. But little interest ha:s bee displiyed by the general pjutlic, eiither ill the politi cal meetings or in lthe registration. I)einocr;ats anll rptu'ltlolito/ are both claimlillng victory for their res~pective candi da;tes, bullt (:hairttman l';irley of the repu.tbl lican state comlittee alone vochI( afes any figures. lie iredictsl that his patty will cote to D)enver with a miajority of toi,o,) which, he dhclares, will inisre tile election, of its candidatle. )cenver voters are beingil urged to tullrl out tomiiorrow in order to assllle their tnates beiing retained on tlhe registration hboks for the charteredl election a n1mitlh hence. Charge's of frauhlhnit registration for the piurlpose of controllilg the lattcr election are freely i1adle. Mrs. Dowie in England, liverpool, Nov. a.--Mrs., Dowie, wife of Johnl Alexatlder I)Uwie, lthe Ziotmist leader, their sont, (;lalstone IDowie, a lady's maid andl a colored valet arrived here today frol Hoston onl the steamller Lucania and were besieged by reporters. Mrs. l)owli empllhatlically denied that she lhad I)owile's treasurte chest with her or that sheJ itlllendd to start a tmissioni in London salt cioniriield tlihe rellports that shIe will ulltimattely proceed to Australia, where I)owie will join her and. condulct a great illstsionl. Gladstonle )Dowie was very bitter ill his dlcnltnciatlionl of the Americaitn newspalers. Children's Week Half Prices For Glasses Many people are willing to sacrifice themselves and their children to the prejudice of "What people say l" 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 otherwive become a power in the world. CROSS F1YES Permanently straightened without the use of a knife. Don't neglect your children, but take them to MRS. DR. FRANK 8hodalr 81k. 48 West Park PURDUE..BOYS STILL IN PRECARIOUS CONDITION |IV AR nrtAti en, e141 a. hau:uapolis, Ind., Nov. J.- William lailey of New RItohmaond, Ind., sub player it the I'Purdue I ltiversity football team, alied y.estrday atftertooa from internal in juries ststained in the "Itlia tour" wreck. Ills father arrived btefore he died. Services were held this afternoon over the remains of E. C. C RHbertson of East Ilhelena, Monit., by 1)r. J. (tuntuing Sttith, Ibfore the Iastly was shippled home. 'There are still lying in the holspitals 34 victims of the wreck, 33 of w|Ihott are stull dlets of Il'rdute tutiversity : of these t 5 are ill a seriouat condition, II. U. \Vrighl of I.endleto, id., Itlsub-pilayer, has a broken back andl his recovery is not thought proba ble, C. C. Adlams of Osgood, Ind., a member of thle balnd, has an injured spine, :aaail is in a liTcariaius ctondition. It wals not kot.l at until today that lie was hurt antd lie was taken to the home of relatives. (Coach (Oliver F. Cutts, who worked over the injured all day and night, was ordered to the hosplital and will have his hags in plaster for several weeks. M. G. Mc Manus of I)avenport, Iowa, tackle on the teamill, is Iin weaker. Both of his legs were crulshed. II. 0. Leslie of West lafayette, captain of last year's teamll and this year's full back, has beenl uaniler the influenllce of chloroform, lie has a broken leg and a broken jaw. G. W. Itichols of Philadellhia, a student who was injured in the right shulhder, is suffering from a profotnad shock and is ill at serious condition. I.. EI. Rush of I)airy Station, Pa., sutb tackle, has both legs broken and crushed, and is in. a serious condition, though his recovery is predicted. Prtfessor Bitting of Purdue is Improv ing. Among others of the Injured who are exlpected to be able to leave the hospital in ait few days is I). M. Allen of Illltncharcd, Iowa. There are many others whose injuries are ,believed to be slight. Many of them are preparing to leave for their homles. DOWIE FORCES LEAVE THE GREAT METROPOLIS New York, Nov. a.--Without parade or demollstration more than ,aooo Icnmembers of John Alexander Dowie's Zion host left the city for Zion today. AN ENDORSEMENT Butte, Mont., October 24, Io3,. Inter Mountain ,Publishing Co., City: Gentlenlen-We have carefully exam ined Cram's Popular Family Atlas and find it reliable and up-to-date In every particular. Very respectfully, Rice & Fulton, Butte Business college. JUST "TO MENTION IN PASSING" Cram's Atlas of the World, osa edition, with handsome up.to-date map of Montana, is given free to Inter Mountain subscribers who pay $7.5o for one year in advance, Tho special SWo vote coupon is also included.