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PIrces Cro wded I INT[R[ST INCREASIN6 DAILY the People's Shoe Sale Down t: Red Boot Shoe Co. THIS IS MONTANA'S Biggest Shoe Sale, and that the people fully understand the methods of the Red Boot Sales was again fully demonstrated yesterday by the eager, good. natured crowd of human folks that poured in and out of the store from early morning until the doors were closed at 6 o'clock. SALE continues tomorrow. All prices advertised hold good for tomorrow's selling. SPECIALS FOR TOMORROW A FINAL Clean-up of 1,109 pairs, "actual count," little boys' and girls' Shoes; value from $1.50 to $2.50, made of heavy box calf, with heavy soless plump vici kid, with heavy ex. tension sole, patent leather tipped toes; kids with light soles, close edgess all "crisp," new styles from the best manu facturers and jobbers in New England. Sizes 5 to 8's and 8 1.2 to II's. SPECIAL 95 CENTS MONTANA'S D A SALE BIGGEST Red oot OF THE SHOE SALE SALE CLOSES ANY TIME PEOPLE - m mmin LAST RITES OVER RE MAINS OF MRS. TUCKER SY ASSOCIATED PRESS. New York, Nov. 3.-The last rites over the remains of Mrs. Emnma Booth-Tucker were performed today at the Salvation Army headquarters at the Woodlawn cemetery. Two thousand members of the army acted as escort to the Grand Central station, where special trains were taken to Woodlawn. ULTIMATUM FROM CHINA DY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Pekin, Nov. 3.-The Chinese govern ment has informed United States Minister Conger substantially that it will permit the water buffaloes already bought, to be exported, but the hope is expressed that the Philippine government will not pur chase any more of the water buffaloes. The government of China is unwilling to establish the precedent of remitting the export duty on the animals, but it will send the amount of duty collected to the Philippines as a donation for the re lief of the distress existing. 1,700 Dogs Entered. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. New York, Nov. 3.--The third annual slhow of the Ladies' Kennel Club associa. tion opened today at Madison Square Gar den with an entry list of nearly 1,7oo high-class dogs. King Lays Cornerstone. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. London, Nov. 3.-King Edward, in the presence of several thousaid people today LUTEY'S 45.47 WBST PARK ST. PHONB 68 WEDNESDAY BARGAINS AT LUTEY'S BIG SAVINGS FRESH MEATS In banned Vegetables Quality the best; prices the lowest in Red Kidney Beans, a itas; can for 10 the city, Rear of our Bakery Depart. Refugee Stringless Beals; regular sac; special, can ..................100 ment. Waldorf Tomatoes. You know how Prime Rib Roast Beef, pound......p o good they are. Extra large can; regu. Prime Legs Mutton, pound..,.....s lar aoc, special 150; can, same size as Shoulder Steaks, 6 pounds........ 52 corn ................................10 Sirloin Steak, special, pound....10 Cherub Peas; Tiny, Tender and solid Porterhouse Steaks, pound...12 1.2 pack; regular uoc; special 7 cans for Shoulder M.utton Chops, 6 Il:.....254 $1.00; can ................. .....15 Rib Mutton Chops, 4 poundj.....925 Standard 1'cas; 3 cans for........ 255 Loin Mutton Chops, 3 p~ucuds...250 Sugar Corn; can, toc and...l 121-2 Prime Pot Roast Beef, pound...... Asparagus Tips; individual size can, Rib or Brisket, boil, pound.......... 5 lsac; pound can................."155 Pickled Spareribs, to pounds....l1.0 Economy lies in using Lutana Flour; makes Armour's Extract of more loaves to the sack Chicken or Tomato Beef,servedfreetoor- than any other; poud Soups; extra quality; Beef, served free toor sack, 1.40; 98 worth sc; special, row at second counter, pouds .......".. 1275 wihile they last, east side of our store. ILutey's $l.a5 Flour makes can ............... 1 8 Perfect Bread; 49.pound sack............. 1.25 laid the cornerstone of the King Edward VII, consumptive sanitarium at Medhurst, Sussex, for the erection of which Sir Ernest Cassell gave $S,ooo,ooo. EUGENE HAY SURRENDERS BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 3.-Eugene Hay, nephew of County Judge John B. Hay and a prominent society man of Belleville, appeared voluntarily in the office of Sheriff Thomassen in Belleville, Ill., to day and surrendered himself under an in dictment brought by the St. Clair county grand jury, charging him *ith complicity in the lynching of David F. Wyatt. He furnished bonds for $2oo promptly and was released. Several arrests were made today. She Wants the MIoney. Ba ASSOCIATED PRLESS. London, Nov. 3.-Princess Radizwill today issued a writ demanding $7,ooo,ooo from Lord Rosebery, Earl Grey and Messrs. Alfred Beit, Dr. Jameson, L. L. Mitchell and B. A. Hawley, trustees of the estate of the late Cecil Rhodes, under an agreement alleged to have been made on or before June ao, 1899, between herself and Mr. Rhodes. AN ENDORSEMENT Butte, Mont., October 24, 9roo3. Inter Mountain Publishing Co., City: Gentlemen-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 Ilusiness college. CURIOUS OIYORCE STATUTES _ABROAD IN GERMANY, THOSE LEGALLY SEP ARATED MAY DEMAND ALL THEIR PRESENTS BACK. MUST ASK THE PARENTS Children of French Families, No Matter How Old, Must Consult Elders Be fore Entering Into Matrimony. "There are many curious and interesting facts regarding the marriage and divorce laws of foreign countries," said R. J. Brown, who has recently returned from a trip abroad., where he made a study of the question," says the Washington Star. "Breaches of promise are averted in Hungary by an express declaration of the civil marriage act (85ys), that the rela tions created by a betrothal do not give the right to command the conclusion of a marriage, but if either party withdraws from an engagement without just reasons he or she is bound to grant cotmpensation to the extent of the outlay incurred. Di vorce in the English sense does not exist, but the courts can decree the personal separation of a married couple without dissolving the bonds of matrimony. Curious French Laws. "A curious law prevailing in France pro vides that, before being married, children of a family, although over age, shall seek in respectful and formal terms the advice of their father and mother. It makes no difference, however, whether the consent of parents is given, for the couple can be married a month after under any cir cumstances. This is also the case in the Netherlands. "The German courts adopt a remark able procedure in divorce actions. In the interest of public morality an attempt at reconciliation must be made between the parties in the presence of the judge. The attorney general is bound to co-operate in this, and is empowered to bring new evidence which may tend to prevent the dissolution of the marriage. "When, however, misconduct is proved a divorce is granted, and the guilty party, on the application of the innocent party, can be pun.shed with imprisonment. Get Presents Back. "A divorce further entitles the innocent party to recover all the presents he or sue may have made. "According to the constitution of the Netherlands the civil marriage must al ways precede the religious ceremony. The latter, indeed, is left entirely to the con science of the parties concerned. There is also a law providing that no man or woman under jo can marry without the consent of parents. If the consent be refused the couple have to appear before a judge, who advises them as he thinks best. "Many countries have now abolished all marriage fees. This is the case in Nor way, while In the Netherlands certain days in the week are set apart when per sons may be married without payment. JUST "TO MENTION IN PASSING" Cram's Atlas of the World, mge3 edition, with handsome up-to-date map of Montana, is given free to Inter Mountain subscribers who pay $7.So for one year in advance. The special s5o vote coupon is also included. ALL NEGROES ORDERED TO LEAVE A TOWN BIV ASXOCIATED P.RESS. Chicago, Il., Nov. 3.-Excitenlent pre vails among the colored citizens of Mor gan Park as the result of the posting of placards giving notice to all colored per sons to leave within 48 hours. Several families have already left. The move mnent is the outcome of the murder of Chief of Police Airey Saturday night by a negro. JUST "TO MENTION IN PASSING" Cram's Atlas of the World, 19o3 edition, with handsome up-to-date map of Montana, is given free to Inter Mountain subscribers who pay $7.So for one year in advance. The special So.. vote coupon is also Included. Remains of Judge Arrive. BY ASSOCIATI'ED PRESS, San Francisco, Nov. 3.-The remains of the late Judge M. M. Estee arrived today fromn Honolulu on the steamer Alameda. They were accompanied by Mrs. Estee anu$t Miss E. H. Ryan, for many years Judge Estee's secretary. The casket was in charge of Past Master Mason Brown of Honolulu. LADIES' HOME JOURNAL and Woman's Companion are beauties this month. We also have Munsey, McClure, Strand, Ladies' World, Harpers', Leslies and all the new magazines. P. O. News Stand, 57 West Park street. Heavy Docket In Billings. SPECIAL TO THE INTER MOUNTAIN. Billings, Nov. 3.-Judge LToud will open court here tomorrow. There are about 0og civil and criminal cases on the docket. The county attorney today filed an in formation against Ben Murray charging burglary alleged to have been committed at Yegen brother's store. JUST "TO MENTION IN PASSING" Cram's Atlas of the World, 1903 edition, with handsome up-to.date map of Montana, is given free to Inter Mountain subscribers who pay $7.So for one year in advance. 'The special 5soJ vote coupon is also included. Republican Caucus Called. BY ASHOCIATED PREI'SS. Washington, D. C., Nov. 3,-Th'le repub Ilcan caucus for the nomination of a speaker and other officers of the house o° representatives for the 58th congress will be held Saturday afternoon, November 7. AN ENDORSEMENT Butte, Mont., October 24, 1903. Inter Mountain Publishing Co., City: Gentlemen-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 Bmusiness college, Schilling's Best is the fore. runner of great improvement in life and trade. At your grocer's; moneybactk. BALLOTS' BATTLES HANG IN BALANCE ELECTIONS HELD TODAY IN EVERY SECTION, WITH RESULTS GEN ERALLY DOUBTFUL. HOT CAMPAIGN IN 'FRISCO .Three-Cornered tFight in New York Very Close-All Sides, as Usual, Claim the Victories. (Continued from Page Oue.) at all the station houses. During the night ao nmen suspected of being thieves were arrested and they will le held at police headquarters for eight hours, as a precautionary umeasure. Arrests for alleged illegal votling br.,au early, but ill small numbers, E.ightl arrests in Manhattan and two in L.ong Island City were reported during the first hour. At the police courts the ordinary cases were disposed of early and the courts were held open for prolmpt action on eletioat cases, attorneys representing the fusion ists and democrats being present in each court. State Superintendent of Elections Mlar gan denied the report that lie Ihad evidence of illegal registration against 6,A0 tilrn. lie said he had "clear cases" against only ,gsoo, while goo others were under sus plcion. Reports from the state inldiate that the vote would le heavy, the early mornling vote in all cases bring large. No stortmy weather was reported, but in several see tiotns heavy clouds gave warning of pon sible rain later in the duy. Somle districts report a third of the vote cast ill the first three hours. At Troy a shooting affray occurred, Phillip J. Riley being shot by a special deputy sheriff during an attempt to keep Riley the prescribed distance away from the polls. The bullet entered Riley's Side, but his condition is not considlered dat gerous. Republican Leads. Denver, Nov. 3.-It is lmore than prob. able that a light vote will be cast through out the state today for justice of the ast preme court, the otlly office to be voted for. Unusual apathy prevails and this, together with the bad condition of ithe roads, clue to the recent stormt, will unti doubtedly brinlg the total vote consider ably below the normal. When the polls opened the sky was overcast. Reports received up to io:.-o o'clock indicate that Campbell, repbllican, is lead ing Wilson, democrat, slightly iii the state at large. Wilson is expected to carry D)enver hy a plurality of 7,ioo. At San Francisco. San Francisco, No,v. ,1.- The polls opened at sunrise and will close at 5 o'clock this afternoon. 'I'he republicans claim that Crocker will he elected by a safe pIlurality. The democrats claim that Lane will have 4,000 plurality. while the union labor leaders are confident that Schmitz will lie returned by at least 5,oou llurality. The ticket is a long one, in cluding a full list of municipal ollicers, and should the vote lie as close as is expected the result will not be known until a late hour. In Ohio. Colulmbus, 0., Nov. 3.--'The indications are for a heavy poll and on account of the weather the republicans are claiming every thing. Cincinnati reports the temperature low, the sky overcast but no rain was falling in Cleveland. The voting at all precincts was unusually heavy during the early hours. Owing to the registration of cities as provided by the new code, no accurate comparisons can be made as the count pro gresses tonight. In Boston. Boston, Mass., Nov. 3.-In every city and town in Massachusetts voters are casting their ballots for all state and county officers and members of the legis lature. The campaign was one of the hard eat fought in a decade. Both parties ex pressed confidence of carrying the state for governor, though the democrats ad mitted that it would not lie easy to over come the 37,ooo plurality received by (;overnor Bates, the republican candidate, lhut year. Will Be 'Heavy Vote. Des Moines, Iowa, Nov. 3.-Election dlay opened with foggy weather and with every indication that it would rain most of the day. The state central republican committee fronl reports received before noon were convinced that the farmers would cast a blrgcr vote, as the rainy weather was keeping them out of the corn fields. Cloudy in Nebraska. Omaha, Nov. 3.-Cloudy skies prevailed throughout Nebraska when the polls opened this morning. Reports received at democratic cam paign headquarters from outside towns up to ii o'clock indicated little interest, with a light vote. Local candidates for county and district offices had an unusually large number of workers out and the early vote was unusually heavy, At Lincoln. tdincoln, Neb., Nov. 3.---lJnfavorabsle elcction weather prevailed early this m'rning, but the skies began to clear dur ing the forenoon and the chances for a fair sized vote were brightened. In Lin coln and other towns the vote early was heavy, but in the country districts the roads are so bad that many farmers will not try to reach the polls. In Rhode Island. Providence, R. I., Nov. 3,-Election day in Rhode Island broke fair and cool. This the republican mancgers considered favor able for their side, as it was taken to mean a large vote in the country districts, where lays the main strength of that party. There was n pwaning today in the ilnmrest which has marked the canvass, Fog at Pittsburg, l'itsburg, Pa,., Nov. 3.-When the polls opened today the city was enveloped in one of the heaviest fogs of the year. Early voting was slow and if it were not for local factional differences a light vote would he polled. In Louisville. Louisville, Ky., Nov, iD.-Despite a heavy fog 6 o'clock found ntllers of peo 15 CARLOADS -= - OF' =---=- -== 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 bv clay, let the conditions be what they may. RIad these prices. If there is a furniture dollar in Montana, we want it. Cane Seat Chairs Sewing Rockers Solid oak, close wove .. ;ue seats, Wood seat, oak frame, Ilat spindles hraced posts, catvedL backs, cheap in hack and bolted posts; should at $S.6o. sell for $. o. Yours for ............... 1.15 ourll for................$1.25 Metal Beds Kitchen Cupboards Any color ant y site, heavy enai- Ventilated doI ble panel dIoors, 3 elec, well rodded head ntl foot; shelves, full size, guhlden finish. chteap at $.1.7. ('heap at $ .5u. Yours our................$2.75 i our. for................$5.00 Extension Tables Sideboards tonlden oak fliish, extenled, to 6 Rich goldeni finished hardwood, 3 feet, box top, turned legs, linest I tdrawkes, r lockers, bevel mirror finihal; worth $10.oo. hack; cheall at $.t.5o. Yours for .............. 7.50 1 Iours for.............. 11.50 Chiffoniers Ladies' Dressers Five drawers, c;rved hack, rclh l'hr drtwers, doubhl tlop, I:rc i h brass trinllingsa, gohlden oatk linish, plate mirr.or, rich go.hlln iunisih; cheap at $ 1.50. I cheapt at $15.hn. Your o ................. .8.50 Vutr aat...............1 .50 Mail Us Your Orders We Pay the freight Brownfield=Canty Carpet Co. 48 to 54 West Park, 4M to 43 West Gatena Street Buttes. ilIt. Wil ylll 1 it eveily po)li ngl ipla-e iii I s-iII ville. There is much ilHInteiPt in the VIhC lion audl indicationsM poitj Io la h;eavy vote. The ballot is a Jlng lone, bitl ne;nly all of thliose deposited up to H ,'i luck were of the "straight" variety. Very Heavy Vote. at' AS.NOf IAA'E I tl 'I.,N. Salt lake., Nov. 3. -.\n xclietionally heavy volte iS tiigR ciat at the unlilicit';ll election hire r olday. Much s'cratlching is beillg dlne. Ilettig odds hiave switched fro o toIi H ion Kniiox, rtpublicali, to lo to 7 onl Morris, ldelllural, for aiiaiori. Easy for the G. O. P. l'hiladelphia, ia., Nov. 3. I(ection l dlay oipeiirdl clear. 'lThe dlelloiratls are lore allthetlia thanl Ihei rl ubitlii;can, ia they reailize that the norutual republlicaui majority of u ,ouu cannoiut possiblily lihe overcouoe when tlere a;ire no facrtional d i ferences ill he irp'l ublia.llu ranks. Goes Home to Vote. IOY AH.O'IAT R.i P1l143., New York, Nov. 3. l're,uidulet l.toce velt alcconpauilll bli y Secritun y of Labor andl (Cuollluerue (uortelyoiu and a niuthe'r of secret service oflicers., p:llUse through the city early today on his way to O(ls.er Iltiy, where he will vote. Election Complicated. Baltimore, Md., Nov. ..- The ballot is tiusutll.illy complicited at this electlilo, there Iinig .3 candidaites tI I e votied for, and ulnder tlhe law volIters lullitl jtliue a; cross imark oplpositel the Illuilt of eacillh cali didate. Expert pino tuning, $1..So. Orton Bros., aig North Main street. (-7· Children's Week Half Prices for Glasses Many people are willing to sacrifice themselves and their children to the prejudice of "What pleople say I" This foolish prejudice against the use of glasses by children with defective eyes oftezn results in the greatest suffering --sometimes permanent disability of one who might otherwise become a power in the world. CROSS EYLS Permanently straightened without the use of a knife. Don't neglect lour children, but take them to MRS. DR. fRANK f)lodalr B1k. 48 West Park GIANT FAMILIES In West Virginia, Where Six-Footers Arb the Rule. At the hradwaters of the 1:1k and holly rivets, whirr farms lie .4 51,0 feet above the level of the sea, fnilt) grow to le giants. Ip) there :uaong the clouds tall mnen, great 11poplris Ind giant ounks .set the rule and lclt thfil exce'lliol. "A short tille since whilel travelinig up thlle l.lk," said :.a manI jlust back fronm tlhat ounrllly, "I stojpl.d atl the IImost cOlllilliil ills house I hal sien aIII :tsked for airoll. iuldat ions for iyself ioil mly tired horse. A jinii ripe with years, taIl-lie was si X feet four and i l l hf inches in height and of colmanlding presence, greeted iII pleasantly. "I nutitced that the're was a crowd ait his ihoise o il took it for granted that a neigh hUrhuoodul meeting was hl'ivng held until told by lily host, Clarriece Gregory, lhat it was inucr.ly a family rellllion auultli hat his i.j boys anld one daughter, with their families, miiule iip the crowd. The tI, soins were all ilmore than six feet tall, stine of thInI six freet six i.nches, andl weighedl more than t8 poinItls eaich. "Oil the day following I crossed the top of the oillintaini at the head of Leather wood, wller: resides ihenjamnin Ilanrick and his line of remtarkable sons. Ilienja inin Ilanurick, the father, is six fett live andllI I'e-hilf inches in J.right and weighs i65 Ipounds. Arnold, the oldest son, Is six feet eleven inches and weighs s2io pounds. Adam, six feet three inches, weighs 158; Williamu, six feet onlie inieu, weight 161; Eli, isix feet one aitd onei-quarter inches, weight i7 ; Siiii)sot, six feet one and one-quarter inlches, weight 175; Felix, six fcct two inchles, wclght 163; Ellis, six feet five inches, weight -,6, and George, six feet three inches, weight zSo pounds. "T'here are, it is said, lmore than goo Ilamrick voters in the county and every one of theml is more than six feet in height. "Yankee Bill Iflamrick, one of three ien of Webster county who wore the blue ,through the Civil War, lives at the top of I'oint Wilton, at; a elevation of 3,600 feet asove the sen. His family consists of his wife, is son., :il four daughters. All of his sons exceltd six feet ill height, while Mr. liamnrick is six feet four inches. Owing to his extraordinary likeness to the ma' tyred president he is frequently spoken of as thle L.incoln of the Elk River Valley," Wlheeling (W. Va.) Cor. New York Iler aid. Of Men and Women, Man admires woman, but loves himself; woman loves man, but admires herself. He who thinks to please her by taking her at her word, is either a born fool or a self-made one, Man is logical, but unreasonable; woman, irrational, but convincing. If a man observes a woman carefully he will learn everything about her-that she wants him to know. The beat cure for a man's conceit Is a woman's laughter.--Smlart Set, What Manner of Man? Mrs. Brown-How are you getting along? Mrs. Jones--Splendidly. Charley has two schemes that can't bring less than $1,ooo,ooo each, and a to-dollar-a-week job.--Smart Set. He-Be candid, and tell me when you want me to go, She-lt's a couple of hours too late fog that.- Smart Set.