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PODW D lmprovo the flavor and adds to the healthfulness of the fooeed. P.IOR BAKING POWDR OO..g MHIOA"O. CHURCH SERVICES Christian Science services-Rooms aso and ass Pennsylvania block. First reader, Miss Alice M. Peck, C. S. B.; subject, "Mortals and Immortals." Services at it a. m. and 7:45 p. m.; Sunday school at sa:ts p. m. Silver Bow Park Methodist Episcopal Preaching services in this church every Sunday afternoon at a o'clock by Rev. C. D. Croucn of Walkerville; Sunday school at 3 o'clock. Walkerville Methodist Episcopal, Rev. C. D. Crouch--Class meeting at ao:ts a. m.; preach. ing services at Is a. m. and 7:30o p. m.; Sun. day school at 2:3o p. m.; Epworth league devo. tional service at 6:3o p. m. Meaderville Methodist Episcopal, Rev. C. D. Crouch--Class meeting at it a. m.; Sunday school at a:3o p. m.; Epworth league devo. tional service at 6:30 p. in. First Unitarian Society, Lewis J. Duncan Sunday service in Good Templars' hall, No. 42 West nroadway, at it o'clock; subject, "Sunday Observance, Rational and Irrational." Welsh servties in Carpenters' Union hall, Sunday, as follows: l'reaching at it a. m. and 7:3o p. m.; Sunday school at 1t:0s p. m. Mountain View Methodist Episcopal Preaching at it a. m,. and 7:3o p. m.; subject in the morning, "Elijah, Revivalist and Re former;" in the evening, "The Case of the Paralytic;" anthems by the choir; Sunday school at ts:3o; Junior league at 3:3o; Epworth league at 6:30. First Church of Christ, Scientist, No. 950 West Broadway--First reader, Mrs. Nellie Elmberg; Sunday. November 8, i9oo; subject, "Mortals and Immortals;" services at so:45 a. m. and 8 p. m.; Sunday school at ta:IS p.m. Second Church of Cjtrist. Scientist, No. 740 Maryland avenue-First reader, Mrs. Charlotte Grimes. Sunday, November 8. Services at I; a. m.; subjeot, "Mortals and Immortals;" Sunday school at noon. St. Paul's Methodist, corner Idaho and (lalena streets, Rev. J. W. Bergin-Song ser vice and sermon at si a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; class meeting at to a. m.; Sunday school at sa:t5 p. nm.; Epwortl league at 6:40 p. m. Trinity tMethodist Episcopal. Rev. J. S. Hocking-Preaching services Sunday at ti a. im. and 713o p. m., conducted by the pastor; class meeting at to a. m.; Epworth league devotional service at 6:30 p. m.; Sunday school at a:3o p. m. First Baptist, corner of Broadway and Mon. tana street, Rev. J. E. Noftsinger-W\orship at ai a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; subjects, "The Church" and "Hope Here and lcereafter;" Sunday school at 1a:0o p. m.; Young People's meeting at 6:30o p. m. South Iutite I'reshyterian, George A. Blair Cornler Utah avenue and East First street. Preaching at it a. in. and 7:30 p. i,; Sunday school at ta:Is p. in.; Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. nm. Shortridge Memorial Christian, corner Mer. culry and Washington streets, A. L. Chapman -P'reaching at it a. im. and 7:30 p. m.; morn. ing subject, "Prayer and Its Answer;" even ing subject, "The Bible;" Sunday school at 12:30 p. m.; Senior Y.' P. S. C. H. at 6:30o p. m. Norwegian and Danish Methodist Episcopal, corner Copper and Alaska streets, N. 1.. Ilan sent, pastor- Morning service at iI o'clock; evening service at 8 o'clock; Sunday school at aThe Congregational society, tloa \Vest Park street, holds services as follows: Sablbath school at a p. m.; norlnal class at 3 p. m.; Y. P. S. C. H. devotional mceting at 6:30 p. in.; preaching at 7:30 p. ,t. PMrs. Squires will speak at the Theosophical headquarters, 4t1 Goldberg block, at 8 p. m.; subject, "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Ilyde." Grace Methodist Episcopal, Rev. James W. T'alit-Services are held in the A. O. U. W. hall, corner of Front street and Utah avenue; preaching at it a. m. and 7:3o p. m.; Sunday school at 2:3o p. m.; league devotional meeting at 6:30o p. m. St. Andrew's Epliscopal, Centerville, Rev. M. LUTEY'S 4547 WBST PARK ST. PHONB .68 Dried Beef Store Open Shredded Finestwafersliceddried Till 10 O'Clock Coc anut beef, glass jar. Re U. Pinest long shredded co. ulh , i .c c r Tonight. coanut, special 2 special......... pound.......20 CELERY, ETC. FRESH MEAT Fancy Fresh White Plume Celery, crisp Rear of our Bakery Department: and tender, stalk ........................5 Spring Lamb; Fancy Fat Forequarters, Fancy Sweet Potatoes; nice size for each...................................85 baking, pound............................5 Extra Fancy Large Fat Hindquarters, Fancy Concord Grapes, special, each............. ...............65 basket.................. ................45 Fancy Spring Chickens and lens, A soc bottle Good Catsup; only a limited pounu ..................... ..... number at...................... .......5. Sirloin Steaks, special, pound........1O package (a pounds) ne breakfast orterhouse Steaks, pound....... " 2 I. A RTe package (a pounds) fine breakfast Prime Rib Roast Beef, pound........ 10O food, for................................6 Prime Legs Mutton, pound........i. 10 Fancy Cold Storage Eggs; very fine if 'ork Roasts or Chops, pound. .12 1"ý used in two or three days, dozen...... 25 Shoulder Mutton Chops, 6 pounds. Strictly Fresh Eggs, dozen..........80 Rib Mutton Chops, 4 pounds......... 26 Delicious Rcei Pitted Cherries, Shoulder Steaks, 5 pounds.......,......5 special, can................... ......256 Juicy Round Steaks, g pounds........ Cherub Peas: Little Tender Tiny Ones; The Best Pot Roast, pound ........5. regular aoc; special 7 can, 91.00, Rib or Brisket, boll, pound ............ 40 can.................................... 150 Prime Mutton Stew, to pounds....... 2. CANDY Buttercups. The Anest that can be made. They fairly melt in your mouth. Six varieties. Nut and Cream Centers, Don't miss this treat, pound............,..,.. ... 25*0 G. Ledford-Nineteenth Sunday after Trinity= services at ss a. m.; Sunday school at ao0I p. m.; evening prayer and sermon at y:3P o'clock. German Lutheran, M. lludtloff-Services on Sunday at st a. m. only; Sunday school at 9:4g a. m.; services conducted in Finnish church, No. 318 North Wyoming street. Norwegian ,ndependent, corner Copper and Alaska, P. Pedersen-Services at as a. m. and 8 p. m.; Sunday school at as m. Church Notes. ' First Presbyterian church, Sunday evening, November 8. Fifty-eighth organ recital by Edward Champion Iall, assisted by Miss Frankie Dillon, violinist, and Miss Harte, vocalist. Program: Organ, "Dreams," sev enth sonata (Guilmant); "Berceuse" (Guill mant); lHymn No. t6; Scripture; Hymn No. sont Offertory; Organ, introduction, allegro, andante and finale, Offertoire No. a (Batists); solo, "Fear Not Ye, O Israel" (Dudley Buck), Miss Ifarte; Sermon; Chorus, "Heaven and the Earth Display" (Mendelssohn)t Organ, "Allegretto" (Capocci); "The BagDpges" (Batiste); Sinfonica, with trumpet solo (Han del); violin, "Home, Sweet Home" (Her. mann); Organ, "Grand ORertoire in G" (Wely); Hlymn No. 73; Postlude, "Allegro Apuaesionata, first movement of fifth sonata (Guilmant). Ladies' Aid Society of Christian church meets with Mrs. Mollie Adams, seop West Sal. ver street, Thursday, at s:,o p. m. Good music. Welsh church choir rehearsal Wednesday evening; prayer meeting Friday evening. First Church of Christ, Scientist, has Wednesday evening meeting at 8 o'clock; reading rooms open daily (except Sundays). from sI a. m. to 5 p. m. German Lutheran Ladies' Society meets next Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. D. P. Moran at No. 3j3 North Washington street. Trinity M. E. Bible class meets Thursday' evening. Friday evening, class meeting; all evening services commence at 7yso o'clock. Everyone welcome to these services,. JOHN LARSON WAS CARRYING PISTOL John Larson was fined $So for carrying concealed weapons this morning by Judge Boyle. Larson was arrested last night in Peter Lydon's barn, where he said he purposed finding a shelter for the night. When searched a big revolver was found on him. Larson told the court that be was a hard working man, and that he was in toxicated last night. Larson hips been working as a swamper at the LIdford on South Arizona street. The saloon had been held up once or twice in the $st and Larson said he was carrying the gun in case of emergency. Charles Anderson was found guilty of stealing a bed spring from Nicholas Fran cis and was sentenced to 2o days in the county jail. Anderson was arrested last night by Officer Parlin. Mrs. Pauline Richely, charged with strik ing little Nick Miller, the child of Mrs. M. Miller, pleaded not guilty this morning and her trial was set for Tuesday at 3 o'clock. Peter Stone pleaded guilty to the charge of drunkenness and was lined $S. MEN FROM BUTTE TO VISIT CAPITAL DELEGATES FROM THE LOCAL UNIONS WILL SIT DOWN AT PRESIDENT'S TABLE. REPRESENTATIVES OF BODIES Six Men Who Will Leave Butte Next Week for Washington Are Types. of the Montana Wage-Earner. When President Roosevelt was In Butte last May the hospitality shown him by • .- . . -- _. _ ,,,,, I M. R. DEMPSEY. the labor unions pleased him much. He expressed a desire to know them better and invited members of the unions to meet him at the White house. He expressed the wish that he be given an opportunity to return the courtesy ex DAN McDGCDALD. tended to him by organized labor of Butte. When he returned to Washington he did not forget the invitation extended, and a few days ago, through Secretary Loeb, re newed it. The party which will partake of the president's hospitality is: Malcolm Gillis of the Engineers' union; Ed Long, presi dent of the Butte Miners' union Frank PRANK DOYLB. Doyle, president of the Silver Bow Trades and Labor assembly; Dan McDonald, president of the American Labor union; M. R. Dempsey of the Miners' union, and J. W. Gilbert of the Butte Workingmen's union. To Leave Next Week. The party will leave Butte the latter part of next week and will arrive in Washington about November z6. Wednes day, November z8, they will lunch with the president, and for several days will be entertained in Washington. From the time they step on board the train in Butte until they return they will be the guests of the president. It is ex pected that the sextette will remain in Washington four or five days. Mosl of the party will return home after the ex piration of the visit in Washington, while one or two will go to New York for a short visit. Malcolm Gillis has met Theodore Roose. velt upon two occasions when he visifed Butte. Mr. Gillis has been a life-long republican and was in the convention of s896 in Butte when the silver republicans left the hall. Had Charge of Reception, In gpoo Mr. Gillis had charge of the re ception to Theodore Roosevelt and was W hy don't your gro:er moneyback everything else as Schilling's Best ? Because everything else isn't like Schilling's Best. A POINTED PARLOR CARP[I PROPOSITION The point can be readily understood. The proposition is easy of solution. Our stock of parlor, carpets is many times too large for the present conditions in Butte. We must move them. If you are in a position to buy one and will buy it of us, it will save us from carrying it in stock perhaps for months, and we will save you more money than you ever saved before on any carpet trans action of equal amount. We are willing to waive all our profit, and in some lines will actually book a loss to make a sale. We quote a few prices that show plainly that we stop at nothing short of the impossible to accom plish the desired result. Velvet Wilton Velvet Axminster Extra Carpets Carpets Carpets Axmlnster In rich red, green and blue Undoubtedly the best weave With deep pile, in two-tone Parlor carpets, wilth or with ground, high pile, close of velvets to he had, in pat- blue grmudi, smroll and out nrdlerr ; the swelleht weaves, standard gradeu , of tern iand color schemr es to floral pattilrn, suitable for thigl il all c:arpetldo ; choice suit all size rou t h. lThe parlors ontly. The identictal rolorings, ruxrlnlive dresigns, which we cut 17 rooms last same grades that we booked grade and quality sold for five exceptio ally close wove month at $1.a5 a yard. orters on last month at $1.45 rooms no later thtan last hacks. An October bargain REDUCED TO a yard. Wednesday for $1.,5 a yard. at $1.75 a )yard. REDUCED TO .REDUCED TO RIDUCED TO 85c a Yard $1.10 a Yard 95c a Yard $1.32 a Yard mAIL uS YOUR ORDaRS YOUR (REDIT IS GOOD WE PAY THE PREIGHT Brownfleld-Canty Carpet Co. 48 to 54 West Park Street and 41 to 43 West Galena Street, Butte actively engaged in campaigning for his party. Mr. Gillis has held every office in the Butte Stationary Engineers' union from president down. He came to Butte in s888 and since that time has been work ing at his trade, that of engineer. M. R. Dempsey is a practical miner. He has served as president of the Miners' union and as alderman from the First ward in the city council. He also came to Butte in 1Sl8. Frank Doyle is a machinist. He came to Butte from Anaconda, where he served EDWARD LONG his union for a long time. At present he is president of the Silver Bow Trades and Labor assembly. He is counted a strong, conservative pan among his fellow work era and one whose counsel can be relied upon. Father of the A. L. U. VDan McDonald is sometimes called tie 1. W. GILDBRT, "father of the American Labor union." He is now serving his fifth term as presi dent of the organization, and since it was formed--five years ago-has been at its head. He is an iron moulder by trade and worked in Butte before taking charge 4 -- MALCOLM GILLIS. of the A. L. U. The American Lalmir union, which he helped to organize, grew out of the Western Federation of Miners, with which it is now atliliated. Five years ago the miners saw the need it anl otgani zation which would take in all laborers who were not engagedl in the Illing of ores. The Americ;lan Iabor union was thought of, and since its organli ;itioll hal; grown until it has nearly ,o,.oiio Illelllners today. Always a Miner. Ed l.ong, president of thlle Ihlui Mihners' union, has followed mining all his life,. He camne from Leadville, Colo., where he worked in the gltd mines 1.t years ago. He has served his union maniy years on its finance conlliuittee, and at the last elec tion was chosen presilltet. J. W. G;ilbert is a Iiember ''f htc l1lutt' W orkingl 'll.s ll iill ;land wa;s fi llll' y tIIt' editor and publisher of the Intlute Labthor World. A child of Mrs. Geo. T. Illt'nin. when getting his usual Saturday night bath, steplped back against a lihot stove which burned him severely. The child was in great agony and his mnother coulll do) nothing to pacify him. Rem.leiirberilng that she hall a bottle of Chanlberlain's Pain Balm in the house, she thought she would try it. Ini 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 reals dent of Kellar, Va. Pain flmai is an anti septic linimient and especially valnable.o or burns, cuts, bruises and sprains. For sale by I'axlnn & LIuckefeller, Newbro )rug Co., Christie & L.ey', Newton IIr s. IMPOSTER SOUGHT FAIR GIRL'S HAND H5 AS0 o'IA'I iEI Pil Es. New York, Nov. 7.--Convinced that all Imposter used their name to gain the, hand of Miss Eleanor Anderson, a telegraph operator ill an uptowl, hotel, the family of Robert (ioelet has enmployel delectives to find the naltn, with lsnlrlcltio)ns to leave no stone untullrled to clear up the yllyl'tery which a dlay or tw, ago took thel forml of all anllnouncement that tile young million aire was about to wed Miss Anilerson. The latter story was quickkly denied, but the Anderson family insiisted that a iIman prpresenting himself Ias RIobrt ;,ielet had presented to their daughter letters of in troduction and that lie also used cards bearing that name. It has been learned that the letters, which are still lin possession of the Ander sons, were forgeries. The imposter went so far as to show Miss Anlerson her fu ture home on Fifth avenue, and all preparations for the wedding had been made when the story got into the news papers and thus reached the man who was supposed to be taking the leading part in the romance. Thus far no trace of the man's true Identity has beein secured., Silver Bow circle, No. z39, Women of Woodcraft, will give a.card party Novem ber g at Scandlaihall. Admission 25 cents, including refreshments. DUKE'S WEDDING WILL BE EXCEEDINGLY SIMPLE Death of Sir Michael Herbert, Uncle of the Bride, Miss Gooelt, Will Cast Sombre Shade. BY AssocIArT!O r'1es. New York, Nov. 7.-With, all the siu plicity and absence of ostentation that it is possible to associate with an interna tional marriage of such importance, the wedding of Miss May Goelet, the only daughter of Mrs. Ogden , Goelet, and Henry John Innes-Kerr, Duke of Rox burghe, will be solemnized on Tuesday afternoon at St. Thomas' church in this city. Bishop Doane of Albany and Rev. Ernest M. Stiers of St. Thomas' will of ficiate. Had it not been for the death of Sir Michael Herbert, who was the bride's uncle, it is probable the wedding would have been one of the grandest, from a spectacular point of view, that has ever been seen in New York. But soo cards of invitation have been issued to the ceremony in the church and at the conclusion of the wedding, only a small reception will be held at the bride's home. JUST "TO MENTION IN PASSING" Cram's Atlas of the World, iage edition, with handsome up-to.date map of Montana, is given free to Inter Mountain subscribers who pay $7.o for one year in advance. The special s.o. vote coupon is also includctle ROLANDO'S FAMILY IGNORANT OF DEED FAR AWAY IN SUNNY ITALY WIFE AND CHILD OF MAN ACCUSLD OF MURDER ARE LIVING. WILL BE LONG WEEKS YET While He LanUuishes in ia Prison Cell, They Are Happy in the Belief That He Prospers in America. I)utiii.ick Iilan.ldo, whe IIani who killed I1)entt ll lland whith a knihe I hIi, ' il the groin Wednhi's;day night aunt stbl,lbed Joihn iullitan;t I hrec. tilll's ill %lti th placesl;ll , was resting iauit'ly in tlhe m i'ol ly jail to day, tntlisturbhl h i the visitors who ap lar';i'd at the jail in dlroves ycsterdl:y to 'IThis was ntit a visitors' dlay, while yes terIday was, which accoillnit lufir the chinge. Ithlaido has i.alked a greal deal withl his Italian friends, but li ttle wiith aiybody lise, and notlhing ha. been :addel,'d by him lately t, hiis original vesic on of the killiing of Ilnilhllaml lid wlutIudiig of Sullivan. Still Says He Was Assaulted. The Itlhial ,,lick! il the |tatemnt' l that he' was :issuilltlled iiland not thle ass;uilati. alnd that lthe men i li knifed i ried to hiol him utp anl rob him,. lis Italian friends lre! tlne'Onllllliltn ii iv uponl thell subliject of the kniflng, andl if they have come into any details addlitional to those already madle ulblic tIhy have not ie veai'ed their k,,nowledge. Manliy of HIIlai;'Ii,'s friilends are woicimen, mliost of themii yioung, ;ilid Iihey usually departedl fromi the jail weepiing after their visits to hii . I.ola-ido) hIas a wife atdI l one chili in Italy :nulI soiiii relativcs* ill his countrty. His Wife Does Not Know. It will lbe c'ie li'me before his wife will hear if his trotuble, it taking a cuiple of weeks Ir miiore for imail to reach the laInd of the vinii and ollive from HBitte. A charge' f mIurder Iprob.bly will Iie placed againKilst Iililll j in the( cIirts next weeik, atl his case' will go. into Judge Mce ('lerna 's icourt' for trial. 'There may Ile a preli'mlimlitry exanlillation ill a justice court and Itlhere miiay Inot. In ill l'probability the ca.e will lie trie.d in the district court dlie tcly by inforl'na tiit, the preliminary healiig bein'g dia pIenied with. Comity Attornley Ireen is ill lie Last at p)reent,. lavillKg gotne thither with the rell aills f his sister, who dli:ed here lately, but the ilnformation againlt Ihilandtlo may bIe drawn and the charge filed by mcetubers of his illice staff. Sullivan's Wounds. The result of Sullivan's wounds is being awaited with interest, as Sullivan's evi dence will be of great importance. Sullivan was today reported to be get ting along as well as can be expected. THREE ACCUSED DISCHARGED Witnesses Fail to Appear Against Boule vard Saloon Brawlers. Daniel Suskovich, Matthew Kutkovlch and John T. Miller, charged with disturb ing the peace at the latter's saloon, were discharged yesterday afternoon by Justice Taylor because the prosecuting witnesses failed to put in an appearance. The defendants were alleged to have en gaged in a brawl at the Boulevard saloon Sunday night, during the course of which 'Marco Bolonia was stabbed by Frank Jusecly. Jusecly was given i5 days in jail yesterday, he having pleaded guilty. It was alleged that Miller took a shot at Kuskovich, FIRE IN AN OLD SHAFTHOUSE Smokehouse Lode Scene of Blaze Very Easily Extinguished. Fire in the old shafthouse of the Smoke house lode at the corner of Main and Wyoming streets called out the depart ment at O:Is o'clock this morning, The blaze was confined to the door and probably started' from a cigar thrown against the theatrical paper which covers the structure. It was extinguished with a hand grenade. JUST "TO MENTION IN PASSING" Cram's Atlas of the World, 1ro3 edition, with handsome up.to-.dte map of Montana, II given free to Inter Mountain subscribers who pay $7.t0 for one year in advance. The special oes+ yote coupon is also Included.