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Genuine Vermont maple 1I15 syrup, special gallon can s Tomatoes Solid pack, ripe and ruddy, hand picked tomatoes, per 10C can......... ............IV Corn Sweet succulent sugar IAp corn special per can...... Vegetables Clhcirct ('allrage or Rutnbagna, too pounds for ..................l~1.OO D)ry Onions, s pourtnds or ............... .....25.b home IBranld New A~elgragu, SWhite Stalks, can.............. 256 Crisp and A\ppetieing t' ltry, bunch ................. ...T 1.2€ Caple Cod ('ranherriFe, qrnnrt............... ...12 12¢P I nrt..........................12 1. 2 too pounds smooth white Mon tana potatoes that will cook up mealy and white as the flp driven snow............. Fresh Fruit Ripe ~ ents. txtra fancy, four pnld.... . ...250 e ight poundls..................... .260, Extra Special Bargains 33Ce IMiili Spatnidh (ntcrn Irives............25.f Sour l'icklri, -. vccial. pe. r quatt .t..................10C Ivory S. It, t ,c ...................ir i..... 10 ¢ (C eilatine, S ./c p :cka f,,r .............. ... 1 :x4 ' Pure ('m Ilne ll y, Spotnd fr(ro .....................15 SSilver Shiirldd .;titerkrao t, I per ui. ..nd . ................. .......... · 5· Fresh Meats The finest cattle that are raised in rich padture lands, watered by limpid brooks, and In the primest condition, is what we pick our succulent and tender beef,lamb, mutton and veal from. We are expert judges of meat on hoot, and cut and prepare a roast, fillet, steak or chop for cooking like artists. lFore (luther SSr g .amb . ........ ....5 SIlind ltuartcr Sptring Lau,. ...... ... . 8 Shoitlt er Ito:st Vcal, I'pr poutld............. ....... .12 12( Veal .Stew, pire'nr . .............. ............. f rib and .tr hkrt ('ornd Icol, d S per potm I ........................ ... .G I lamburgcr Stealk, "(1 k 1 L' \t' I S ............ ....25. Young, P}lump ,and "l ender Sptring .t ickn ., pound...... 12 124 DR, HUIE PO1K Thirteenth doctor of China from grand. father down. Born and schooled 1e the profession. Treats all diseases meksna a specialty of chronio troubles Consut me. s27 South Main St. J. b. M'GReGOE ,ET'I1,NACY SURGIUON. Honorary graduto of the Ontario Veter. iary College of Toronto, Canada. Treats all diseases of domesticated animals so cording to scientific principles. Office at Morrow & Sloan's stables, so4 South Male street. Telephone ryg. AU cases promptl attended to; OECHSLI 42 West Broadwey, Butte Pays Highest ('ash Price for Second Hand Goods. lHas 3uon scond hand Hl'ating Stoves on sale. All hinds. Buy, sell, pack, ship, store or exchange your household goods. Pull Line Trunks and Travelr Ing Bags at Special Prices. The largesst hock of second hand hIuuse hold goods in Mlutaua. 'Phone 923B GOES TO INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL IMother of Henry Greig Tells Court She Cannot Control Him. Henry G(reig was before Judge Mc Clernan this morning on the charge of lbeing a juvenile disorderly person and the court ordered him sent to the industrial school. The boy was before the court Monday together with several others charged with truancy. The case was continued until this morning in order to allow the par ents to appear. Mrs. (;reig was present today and told the court that it was impossible to control the boy anld keep him in school. "lHenry, said the judge, "I am going to put you where you will have to attend school. You can go with the officer to the industrial school, where you will re main until released under the law." GALT COAL THE ONLY COAL $7.00 TON GALT COAL CO. OFFICE 814 UTAH AVE, TELEPHONE 273 JENKINS APPEARS BEFORE PRISONERS INMATES OF COUNTY JAIL CON STITUTE THEMSELVES KAN GAROO TRIBUNAL. FIND MONEY-LENDER GUILTY When He Gets to Jail, the Prisoners De mand His Lucre and Proceed to Initiate Him Vigorously. \V. 1. Jenkins was found guilty by i jury in Justice L.ibby's court yesterday afternoonl on the charge of cruelty to uni nialls. A tnltnber of witnesses were present and swore that Jenkins took a hlnose thclt wits redtuced to it skeletonl for tick of feeditng and led it to the city dump where he( left it to die. \\'hen put on the stand the defendanlt icadmitted leading the animalll to the uinm:,, but claimcl to not know tha:t it wns dlyi ng. lie ,said lie thought Iby ta;kinlg it there tllhe aniimall woulbd be ellnbled to rustic for itself as other horses do. T'lhe jury found Jenkiltns guilty and lie was committtedi to jaiil for the night, al th(lough selltence was deferrel. Jenlkins asserteis that there is- t tecclllicial Il:w ill tihe iprocccdiitns, it havinti Int eit ctcieniel that Ihe was never arraignlltil for the otClliene. Reception at Jail. At the rcomty jil J tkinls wv:s ll.el in the corridor e c itc h itani s Ic : lli,l atell others, buloIt - 1 mii l r haI ! Ih , ItI L'I(e O sttleld in hi, new ultaclittr. rl, than one of thie pris loncr, decliretc d the honorabl!le Kaengaroio ,iccrt ini scs:.icon. A..c lter act inLg as;l lcnocc t tin llt ccc r ;cll Ieai from a inewspapeer ttt tiollowinig icliccchcticct ".ct are hereby chairg. d with irei l bicg lintl this jail cc,;ainst the i c ishc :, ,f t" i ,c pris oners. Are you guilty;?" Jenkins wasl 11 .' 11 ntt nccd to pavy c li'e of ill the trnoce% lihe ll hit, cii- e t:. Jenikins had i 4i.;5 with him w1hich hc refl sel l to turn ,ieir to lllte j:,ilr fc r l:Itr it iwouill e attached, as h stllttcdI. Ti ii he forciltt to St t,tce, Ibut the KI ngaIio court would not hit Lim lul1 so easily. ienkiins still petilt ng that ihe c:cl iit eiony. they phut him ci n ots ai i hrrel eill alftr applyii. ia .cati Ic igrou, lcv to his lper ti he proii.,ed to dlisgorge. 'I he ic rt then collected the $.175 iiland dcinialdcl Jlenkins wrote ccut ain orlder for his watch, which was ini the halnis of tlihe jailer, but Fli~ ler SIherilf Mci;ler,rey ap peared oil the sc ctilc cii saved Jenkelins. The latter detclares thait had inot the nntler sheriff appelrtited the eciclg wotil hiave ihaid ait older fior everything le hacil ait cihome. This eerniitg Jlenkins was retllovedl to the witliess idepartmenict on teltieslt, where lie will reenlet tuntil ..cice action is taiken in his case. If yout have i bad cli ycou titecl ac good reliable im dicinei like Chait cie lain'a (Coutigh Renii ly to lenscc aind relieve it, and to allay the iriitation aii inlaiaiiicitioni iof the tlhro:' and 1cings. 'ithe soothliing anitd healiing Iropilerticv ,f this remedy andl the ulick ctres which it ielcts Iaake it a favorite everywhere. For saile by 'Pax son & Rocktfeller, Newbro Drug Co., Christie & Lcys, Newton Irus. RAILWAY MEN TAKE IN THE SIGHTS OF BUTTE A party of oflicials of the Ilarri'.,an railroads, who have been ;attendling a mieet ing ini Salt Lake, at which there was a discussion of the revision of time cards of the systems with a view of lessening olperating explinss, arrived in Blutte last night on a special traint. T'hey were met at the Short ILine depot this mortning by Gteneral Agent Wilson, who provided eat riages and showed the party over luItte hill. Stops were made at thie t rigital atd other mintes in operationl. where there wan a brief inipection of the surface work ings. The party retturncd to South tutte at to o'clochk, where ( neral \Mana.;er M, S. Dean of the ll., A. & I'. road htl a special train waiting to take the visitors to Anaconda. lthe \VWasho- works were looked over amol the party retlrnel this afterntoon to Silver Bow and proceeded sout.. "by special train, 'Their stay in Blutte was remarkably brief. In tle party were J. C. Stubbs, traffic director of all the I lrritman lines; \V. 11. Ilancroft, general manager of the Ore gan Short hine; F. E. Calvin, assistant general manager of the Short Line; T. M. Schltuacher, general traftic manager of the Short Line; F. L. l.omax, general passenger aunet of the Union Pacific, and F, (}. .McCormick, passenger trafllic Iman ager of the So'ithern P'acitic. It was Mr. Stulbbs' first visit to Butte, anll from what he saw of the canlp he left convinced that when the mines are running full blast it is about the liveliest place ill the country. MINISTERS AND TEMPER ANCE MEN TO MEET There will be a mass meeting tonight in the First I'reshyterian church of the Anti Saloon league and the Ministerial associa tion, The following program will be pres ented : llymn, choir; invocation, Rev. J, E. Noftsinger; hymnt, congregatiot; Scrip ture lesson, Rev. J. W. Bergin; prayer, Rev, C. )D. Crouch; address, "The Saloon and the Home," Mrs. A. T. McCullough; solo; address, "Legal Side of 'Temper ance," E. B. Howell; address, "Progress of Temperance HReforum," Rev. C. L. [3o vard; benediction. Railway Man Dead. iB ASSOCIATED PRESS. Plainfield, N. J., Nov. 4.-Benjamin Arrowsmith H(geman, Sr., is dead, aged 83. He was general freight agert and traffic manager of the Lackawanna rail road for ap years. uCA TO tZA.. Sears the The KInd You Have Ais Bought Bignatuore of 10 SECURE COPIES OF THE TAX ROLLS JUDICIARY COMMITTEE OF CITY COUNCIL TO RECOMMEND THREE CLERKS. STREET RAILWAY FRANCHISE Said Council Is Not Likely to Submit Matter to Vote of People-Other Things to Come Up. The city council will meet tonight in regular session. The judiciary committee will recommennd that I. I. HIarris, BeN Sampson and John C. Allen be employed to extend the tax rolls for the city for $15o each. It has been annoutaced that CGunty Clerk Weston has begtiun work oa the duplicate rolls, and it is expected that the books will be r"eady by November iS. The county clerk will harte a force of sit moen working oil the books until completed, ilnd on the third shift Ilirris, Samps.nn and Alien will work, rxterlling the rolls so that the city treasurer m:ly begin receiv ing taxes as soon as he g is the books. Street Railway Franchise. The streett railway francthise asked for by .Mailont n Mci)nltdi|l gill not come up at this meting of the cuncil. The judi inary committee at its moilting yesterday decided to take more time ihn contsidering the matter. Htern;ard Noon, spcialt couimitl for the ounni t tel . , hilhtllittced :a wrlttett opilli)onl inll which lie saiil that the law relative to submtitting frunchists tio a vote of the peopile was noiit maidatorty. I hi law does nltii permlllit the 'IIiICocil to grant the frain chi.se without first submitt;nl4 it to the It is w thin the province of the council to refuse to submit it to a vote of the frieehaohlers or to amendl it with the con sent it the person asking the franchise. Is Only Driveway. The cotmmittee felt that somei other stret thtan Wyoming shouitl I h selected by tthe railway for r;eachitng South 3Butte, as tha:t ii the only thorotghfa:re left for a driveway. It was also thought that the new street railway compallnly should put tip a hibt, to insure the colsiphtiotn of the work within a reasonable time. The judicia;ry comtllltittee will reconm mtend that the $s~ dtlepositedl hy Ahe Levy with the city jailer for the appearance of M. Patton in police court be returned to hinm. TIhe claim of J. C' IFrank for damages to his biugy o accounttt of aln all, ged de fective street will be rccommttenlded for re jectiona. ASKS TO SlAY lHE INSPECTION ORDER ATTORNEY FOR JOHNSTOWN COM PANY SAYS LATTER WISHES TO APPEAL TO HIGHER COURT. IJlinze is miaking a desperate tight in the United States district court to escape re sponsibility for running secret drifts in the Michael I)evitt claimn in and mining that Ipproperty in violation of the injunction issued by Judge Knowles five years ago, which coltllanded him and his companies to leave the ore bodies of the property alone. The t'nited States district court for two weeks past has been the arena of a strut gle between Hleinze's attornetys and the lawyers of the Ilutte & tonston company, in which the former sought ill. every way in their power to prevent an inspection of the underground workings of the Michael I)evitt which would reveal what Ileinze anrd his companies, agents, employes and leasers have been doing there, and inl which the latter have been endcavoring to secure ani order of itnspection which would let the ltutte & Bloston company into the workings to secure inforumation that would enable the complllany to protect its property. Order Ineffective. Yesterday the Butte & loston finally got an order which looked to be sufficicnt for the purpose. It had secumld all order of inspection fnr the purpose nall;ed otl Oc tcber 14, but owing to the blockading tac tics emplloycd by lleinze, his lawyers and his nlilners anld itmaniagers, ntot to omit the suhbcompalnies whose otlicials are so diffi cult to identify, the order proved to be in effective. This morning Heinze took another side step in the United States court, the object of which is to evade the consequence of the acts of himself and his companies and agents in the violation of Judge Knowles' injunction, which the order of inspection mlay expose. This morning Attorney R. B. Smith appeared in the court anl announced to the latter that lie was the legal counsel of the Johnstown Mining cmpiany, and he then mlade a nmtion askinlg Judge Knowles to stay the order of inspection granted yesterday so that the Johns town Muting company, which was included in it, imight go up to the court of appeals and there head the order of Judge Knowles off as to it, Attorney Smith told the court that he wished to apply to the supreme court for a writ of certiorari or a writ of super sedeas, and lie asked the stay on 'the ground that the Johnstown Miting com pany is not within the jurisdiction of the court in the case and therefore not bound by the order of injunction. Heinze Tactics. Fromt the fact that leinzce recently has filed two deeds in the county clerk's office in which the M, O. P, company trans ferred parts of the lodes claimed by it to the Johnstown company, the step' taken this morning by Mr. Smith indicates that the Johnstown complany expects to assumne responsibility for the mining in the Michael Devitt in violation of the court's injunction, and evade punishment unades the plea that the court did not direct the injunction order to it. However, Judge Knowles in his order of inspection yesterday included the Johnstown company, and his interpreta tion of his injunction includes it, Judge Knowles refused to stay the order at the request of Mr. Smith representing the Johnstown company, He said that he would hear the motion tomorrow morning, however, and would 'hear what the Butte & Boston company had to say to it. SAVE BY Ii .SPENDING $2.95 . For $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 Shoes THE PRICE STAMPED ON THE SOLES I Of every pair of these Shoes, all this season's make and made in all leathers. See window display. Mail Orders Promptly Filled " CUSTOM FIT" STORE 21 East e . asmmm, m o mo m qmmnmlmm RULES 1O GOVERN IN TRUANT SCHOOL CORPORAL PUNISHMENT WILL BE PERMITTED ONLY IN PRESENCE OF WITNESSES. NO ONE CREED TO BE TAUGHT General Religious Instruction Will Be Given-Butte School Board Holds Regular Meeting. According to the rules adopted at the regular meeting of the school board last night the boys in the Industrial school will have a steady diet. not only of whole some food, but also of discipline. Corporal punis0hment will be permitted but only in the presence of witnesses, andl after the city sujperintcendent has granted ptrmi)siUn. Soime of the lighter forms of punishcment owill consist of deprivation of privileges, extra task, andi ciontlinentent on a diet of brcad and milk, this latter not to extend over -4 hours without intermissiont. To Instill Morality. The teachers are required to create within the pupils a desire for mIoral Iup building and the rccognition of the rights of others; as well as of their own. I'up;ls will he coniunitte:l to the school by authority of the court :aid for a periiod of not less than four weeks. A parole will be granted in cases where the pupil shows a disposition to olbey the rules and turnl over a new leaf. But should Ithis parole he broken. he is then to be conmtined within the school for it period of ta l onllths. Religious Instructions. There will be no one creed taught in the school, but religious privileges will lie granted the pupils according to the desire of the parents. At the meeting of the school hoard last night Superintendent \'otung reportedl ail cerollmlent of .1.50) girl :an d ..431 boys; an increase of It6 eiybu and 97 girls over last year. The report of trua;nt oflicers showed rto pupils retutrned to the schools; 32o cases invecstigated and seven complaints tiled. Int tote matter of locatinlg a new school in East Butte, Clerk Riclhards reported that he could find no suitable building. The board then intstructed himi to see what could be done about getting ground for the purpose of erecting a one-story builing. JUST "TO MENTION IN PASSING" Crane's Atlas of the World, Q003 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 hspecial 50. vote coupon is also included. DENNIS COURTNEY FINALLY REMOVED LONG LITIGATION OVER ADMINIS TRATION OF COURTNEY ES TATE ENDED IN COURT. Judge McClernan entered a decree this morning removing Dennis C, Courtney as executor of the estate of the late Thomas F. Courtney, on the grounds of gross mis management and incompetency, This action was the result of the pro ceedings instituted by Patrick Courtney, Mary Ann Whitty and ,the Daly Bank & Trust company for the removal of Dennis Courtney on the grounds that he had mis used and squandered some $6,ooo belong ing to the estate and the product of a lease given some years ago to Thomas F. Court ney and others on the Colusa-Parrot. Whien Dennis Courtney asked the court for final distribution and settlement of the estate, it developed that the money from the lease had never been listed as an asset and it was this fact that prompted the heirs and creditors of the estate to ask for an accounting and settlement for the lease. In rendering his decision this morning ludge McClernan stated that the court, be.ing satisfied that Dennis C. Courtney is inempetent to act as executor of the estate of Thomas F. Courtney and it being evident that he has mnismanaged the affairs of his trust, it was decreed that the let ters testat.entary issued to Courtney be revoked and that T. S. Hlogan be appointed special adminiistrator until the appoint meitt of an administrator. Mr. Hlogan's bond was fixed at $15,oo0. Court-Martialing the Hazers. tiv ASSOCIaATIED 'l t:SS. Annapolis, .Idi., Nov. 4.-A verdict has been reached by court-martial sitting at the Naval actidemy in one of the three cases of the tmidshipmen who are charged with hazing, It is that of John Lofland, of Oska loosa. Iowa. The finding will not be made public until it has received the applruval of the secretary of the navy. The case of ?Midshipmlatn Reinland of WViscosin is being tried. THE REASON You Should Call On the New York Dentists Before Going Elsewhere When Your Teeth Need Attention. W\Ve have never overcharged; o.lr prices from the beginning were right- thec lowest conlsistent with first-class work. \Ve cannot reduce them for this or any month, as they were never an overcharge. Why Inot patronize those that established right prices and modern work? The latest appli ance for painless .* dentistry just - received at t he New York SDental Parlors We Guarantee That With This New Appliance We Can Fill and . ExtracttheMost Sensitive Teeth A b s ol u t e l y Appliance for Using Nitrate of Without P a i n. Ammonium Vapor This is the latest painkss device known to dentistry. We will be pleased to explain it to you. Call Ind see Read These Prices They Never Change Full set teeth........... $ Bridge work.............$5..00 Gold crown............. Extracting ................. .50 old fillings ..............x a .................. Silver fillings.......... 10 Porcelain crowns............ 5.00 Why yay more-good work cannot be done less New York Dental Parlors 80o W. Park St. - - Over Symons' HOURS 9 to 9. SUNDAYS io to 4. ** i4F 4 % ARESLAIN BYSAVAGES RY ASSOCIAT.D PRESS. Victoria, B. C., Nov. 4.-Steamer Kaga manru, which has arrived from the Orient has brought advices that the castaways from the American ship Benjamin Sewall, which was abandoned off Formost, are be lieved to have been killed by savages of Hotel Tobago Island. Those missing weto Nat Morris, mate; Henry Adams and Peter Johnson, and Thomas Hickle, third mate, all Americans. A dispatch received at Yokohama on October 18 said the United States ship Wilmington and two Japan ese vewscls are now searching the island. 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 Business college.