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Price Wreckage Sale Flour Bargalns \ w: h h r tn (' r.:h y ,- n !itla tiv r Ih l , 1%wrlh $3; sair pact , n., ih. .... I. .[$0 Ri,1 Flo r; -ale pI;, rr , a th. .l .40.. S . I. ia ty Fhbm; :il, p' t e I,o pl ndl.......................1 1.75 Olive Bargains $i. 5n Illtllt f I lit4i ; hi:ri aitt h'a l . 1ii e ............. .... 0 cr.:5 Ihltilt ~, fIliv ".; I,a gin .alt Iel ... .... .$1.00 7,c 11 1tlh of I,,l thv "; ,:r .. , -ae pric .. ................6 0 ,rc th ,ttle ~f I tliht '; Iutgin :ald * l ,ic .... ..... ......... Vegetable Bargains l]iqnc Jllanld '',,n a,.o. w,,sth 74.,n :t lia l te nt Iitii Ihit ing R i ti ' rth !ii ce; "a pil 11e .......... $ 1.. 5 IInnu' Ilr wll n I','n-. ,,rth $l a t '.": sale I, ...p k I...................... Extra Specials Fan 'y ,ln itant:n I P , es ,: .;,lt P ic. . , ..d ........... . .... 1.r5 1 Fitrm t a.s . ge; ble pinwe, ,,. o s,.. ,id . ... .................. $ 1 .2 5 liancy Montana inn .\ih. a, 'iatr, larg e x ............................ l Little Nick (Ilan ,, r, can: tale price . ................. 150 SM..r.elfhin, ( hern e, 5.,c bhttle; ..le ),rice .......................... 85 7' Pickle Bargains ln.wk,'y¢ I'wrllc, y. hootle; sal ce ......... . ....5......4.5.. Tea Bargains Choicest specimens of fine growths at less than actual cost of Importation. Fanrc" giardenl grl t 'la., all kiutnd : <heap at c c a p|,,,ld; iale pr ..:15f'T " tas that y,. ha.e l,44.11 paying tr" a pl und, i,,r; sale ,i c. ............ 5 0 0 leas that r , st,,re 'ubld ,ell t,,r It-< ttiln tI., a; p uii ild; alc price.... r 4 Syrup Bargains .1unaich ll:aw, Maple Syrup, ,fa5) call; sle pI ,cc .......... .. ..... $1. 10 (Ihl Settler Maple Syrip, $l . h can; ,ae price. ...................... 1.00 New lrlt r an' 1. ,la.eP, 7l.c canl; ale p ric ....................... .......... 5 SugaKr Syrup'. tlrtee gal. n can.1.0.; value; Eal pricec................ 1.00 The Hardware Store that Leads -Watch Us and See Corn Poppers 10c Corn popping seaon , is at hand. If you need one and wsill cu t out his ad. and bring it to us you canil get a good one for .................104 SLEDS 30c Our lnhe of hoys' and girls' sleds is extremcly large, containing the best and chcepl st. Small girls' sleds ..............3O0 Small boys' sleds ...............35 Henderson Bros. & Cole Hardware Co. Greatest Stove llouse in Butte. 53 W. Park, bet. Lutey's and Booth's OECHSLI 42 West Broadway, Butte Pays Highest Cash Price for Second Hand 00oods. Your choice of all the leading up to date Heating Stoves at Half Price and Less. The largest stock of second-hand house hold goods in Montana. 'Phone 923B GALT COAL $7.00 for 2,000 lbs Other Dealers Not Allowed to SELL OUR COAL fiALT COAL CO. OFFICE 814 VTAH AVE. TELEPHONE 273 VIOLENCE AGAIN IN CHICAGO WAYS STREET CAR RIOTERS AND POLICE CLASH AND A NUMBER OF PEOPLE ARE INJURED. MAIL CARS ARE UNTOUCHED Rioters Are Careful Not to Do Anything to Bring Federal Troops Down on Them With a Rush. ("'l.t n iIulltl i r*l.'l '.np (r llll.) the (l rc(1r of the city within a h;llf hour, all I,,i tie \\'iWntworlh avenue electric lille. N no1 IlllioII Crewi, I;matme1d tilt e;Iars. alml tlh clar after't the first was ill chIarge of ai ilitel t olliant of t l|mt:;lll Hlld I: ,oli'c. lThougt.h thlire waIs miitith excitement atill fthe streets (ll erel thlrolnged with people, little ctual tro'blit was expegrit neld by the ladingi t'ars on the \'eitworth ve'nue l ute dirrii , the trip to the businei " di, trin t. 'I he c';rs tartled n thel retlrnl trip 1t(tI almost sthet'hulel, tilme. Fiti telnllIstIrs we.re iarreste.d at iinterval' alongiII the' wiay for attempling tl i lck the %'ay itll w'le Ipuit tlatrd the' ars. A si :ilt I'hitef of I'ili'ce ,h.ittl r at' ci1iiliti1 iC'l thl' hIdltlng ca:rs don ll ilt,\%1 ;il llack. Iive utlll ioi iment hloarded eliltrleentl cars onl i afl, t thi( start, p:irl their fi rets, atid during the rouid trip livl t;b 1i i1 fltutence.' to iavert v'iolenceI. A nitltllr of inrs pert wrc keld yvs lrl;ay ev"nlintt., alt tli it t r pers lt l S killed is lno fllaul ( thl riiters,. (line mailllls l all k was l ibroken C I lt i lih first s,ot of the st , rike s irl w ir I it \\ t' irtlh aiet mut.e and West Sisty ninth streets, whetre n ti;ll of ii persont tii to )hod liup a .N;la y plesotl is. 0'hltll y l oll Itlll trictIrel car ilen. .were itijurti 'l Ity tlyihit s'plititt tr il g ine,( .. 'I w o w '1 1n ( I T ( imll r i l 4th o s e lthurt. 'I h e I, ,. .ib ilities o f ft- ra l in terv .en tiolt tiidlcr 'ertalil i',aitigec tllies ere disun t as' bint night. Th(e sitlatiiln ini this llaspect was oitlintd lby listllaster t iynei'. II lle said: "Thts far ithere is no catise for alarmt 1n acc unt of the inail service. 'I rain' liial\ it- e delay ll' , but that is ni t st its eitugh to report to \'Wasltitiigton. The streelt ca" .colttp;.ny o.tns the mail cars alnd by thri t is obliger to run in curtain trains i si l deliver 1il011 at spl ci.ied points. 'hiiere is noi gril. for iibjeciton aa;ii t tween paseilger trains;. \'hat els'e can the compi',tiaty do? If seritous el:yl.v telirs we will repolrt tiht fact to Washington and act on instrctiioniis to the postal depart Before nightfall Pri'ident Hamilton and Genteral (ounsel ' is. ls oif the railway comptiany. alter enilcavoring i opeirate notntced after a conference with Mayor IHarrison that the attempti woil be lit aubn dc',eld for the day. Althouligh the fuill list of injurteil in the riinig yesterilday is tndoutitledly larg'l., the police at tcured tihlt ililt(es of onily tihose whose wotundsil were oif a seriots natulre. 'The Imost seriouts i'ases pirobably are' tihose. of I . S. ()rtont, a 'iintidiuctor, who was beaiten while trying to rutin a Cottage Grove avlete cable t rainii, and his motoillr man, William Watsoll. After being hit with miissiles, these menii wtere dragtgedl from their 'car hy the rioticrs iilil beaten. O)rton may not live. 'Seventeen tten in aill we're iarrest edl fir plarticipatilon it thie disrdelr that toiok plaice at several place.s in thie Sut.iiitti Side. I If you have it bad colo you need a goodl reliabhle mediicine like Chaimbier.ain's Couglh Remednly to loosen iand relieve it, and to allay the irritation and inllamnnation., of the throat and liungs. The sootlhing and healing properties of this retmedy and the quick cures which it eiectis snatke it a favorite everywhere. For sale biy Pax soni & Rockefeller, Newbliro Drug Co., Christie & Leys, Newton Irios. Jones' 'Dairy Farmi Sait.age at Pi. J. tlruhihy's. JUST "TO MENTION IN PASSING" Cram's Alias of the \Vorld, smo3 edition, with handsonte up-to-date map of Mointana, is given free to Inter Mountain subscribers who lpay *7.5o for one year in advance. tl'he special 55oo vote coupon is also included. Want Gunsaulus. IIv Ab )iAI I IA l, ]'.1 . lostonI, Nov. I,.-Solule of the trustees of the liston univs rsily are tirging tihe name of the Rev. :. W. ul;lsanlus of Chi cago for the vacant vice preci lency of that institution. It is ulilrhrstiod his namo has not yetyt been flormally presented to the trustees, Ibut is tlnder serious conllidera;tiuon. Fraud Cases Continued. Phoenix, Ariz., Nov. 1.,--All the cases againsllt IHugh II. Price, former surveyor general for Arizona, and Chief Clerk Mur phy for extortion have been contiltlued until the next termll of court. Return to Work. P,.rlin, Nov. I..--The metal workers' strike is at an esul,, the nlen deciding to return to vwork under the ohl terms. The Mocking Bird Sits Moaning. During the period of dog days, sOay old residents of Florida, the mnocking hird's song is never heard. Prior to that time lie is almost an incessant singer from Ilornlling until night. Even on mioonli.ght nights one ilosetl awa\lkens but the soft, sweet warble of this bird can be heard. During the forty days of extremely hot weather naught but a low chirp is heard. lIe moans ab)out in a subdutld inmller, as though he were ashaoued of his ability to sing; indeed, he seems to have divested himself of his arcustomei d frivolous, flirty ways, and one (may imagine he is doilng penance for his past hilarity.--Chicago Chron icle. Where Spiders Are Valuable. A French savant points out that spiders' webs improve the acoustic lprolerties of a room. lie says he knew in England a hall that was ideal for the conveyance of sound, In an evil moment it was decided to clean the ceilings and all the spiders were dis lodged. The hall was ruined as a place for speaking. The servant suggested that cotton strings might be hung loosely across ceilings to improve the sound-carrying properties of a room.-Chicago Chronicle. CA. ' XC K AA. Dears tho th Kind You Have wa a Bought Bignatuar at High Class Millinery Much Less Saturday An opportune time to buy bright, new imported models and entirely new street hats at about half regular prices- delightfully pretty creations that come from our own work rooms, besides the many imported models which are in tomorrow's splendid selling. . . . . . . . Dress hats, large black silk velvet with black folded 36 French felt hats with veil, chiffon under brim, regular $6.75, ....$5.00 Special. Saturday.............................$198 Saturday ........................................... Choice of our exqtitely trimmed model hats Very new fancy felt dress hats with velvet facings sellince from $8 to $10,tstely trmmed model hat in the very latest shalees and all colors $3 l98 Saturday t ........................ 00 always selling at $3.75, Saturday. choice $3.98 Special--48 ready-to-wear hats, made of draped felt, Choice of all our imported models, including some worth in the regular way $3.50, s 9$1 of our own nobby creations. Saturday. only ............... ...............$1. . 9 values to $20.00, Saturday at .......10.......A$ *00 Saturday's Special Selling of Children's Coats At Lewis' Will Surely Interest You. $7.50 & $8 Automobile Coats $5.95 $10 Children's Long Coats $6.95 Entirely new, made of plain beaver in all colors; come in all All new, this season's goods; made of Imported Zibilene cloth in sizes, neatly trimmed with velvet, built in black finish with tabs variety of shades; cape over shoulders new sleeve, $6 95 over the shoulders and metal buttons, finished with buttons; splendid value at $10. Special... e A th At $10.00, at $12. SO-Entirely New Cloth Coats for Children. Sizes 8 to 14 Years; in a Variety of Colorings. Nicely Trimmed and finished. Special value for Saturday. LEWIS DRY GO'ODS CO. Agents for Sorosis Shoes-Always $3.50 Pair. ATTACKS RIGHT OF CHIEF EXECUTIVE NASH OF CALIFORNIA QUESTIONS PROCEDURE OF ROOSEVELT IN THE ISTHMUS TROUBLE. HOUSE HASTILY ADJOURNED Congressman Nash Stated That Presi dent Is Invading a Constitutional Prerogative of Congress. (C'ontinued from Page One.) power now is expressly lodged in the con gress. It is not intended here to cite anu tlhorities or advance reasons on this propo sition." "It is not intended here to cite authori ties or advance reasons on this proposi tion. The records of congress abound with tllrefuted arguments on the allirina tive in this connection, and the practice of congress has beent uniformly in , the same direction. "The president has deemed the subject of suflicient importance to convene an extra session of congress in order that the convention may become effective be fore the comlllmencelment of the harvest of the new sugar crop in December." For Philippine Products. DY ASROC'IA'TED PRESS, Wash.ington, Nov. 1..--Senator Lodge has introduced a bill providing for the re moval of all duties from all articles im ported from the Philippines into the United States except sugar and tobacco, and fixing the duty on those two articlos at So per cent of trhe rate on sugar aIMl tubacco shipped from foreign countries. To Reduce Representation. IlY ASSO('IATED PRESS. \Washington, 1). C., Nov. tI.-Represen tative ('rumpacker of Indiana has re introduced his bill providing for a reduc tion in the congressional representation of ,those states which have discriminated po litically against the negro. It is under stood that tihe action will hardly be taken on the bill prior to the presidential cam paign. Bureau of Homes Bill. tmY ASSOC'IAIED PRESS. Washington. Nov. Ia.-For the purpose of "providing homes and employment for the homeless poor and asaking them self sustaining home owners, independent of being hired," Senator Hoar yesterday In troduced, by request, a bill recommending a bureau of homes, to be placed under the secretary of agriculture. KAISER'S ILLNESS AND HIS FATHER'S The anxiety created by the kaiser's ill ness, as shown by the calling in of famous specialties, was doubtless based chiefly on the fact that his majesty's father, the Emperor Frederick, and his mother both died from cancer, says the New York Times. The disease that eventually proved fatal to the present emperor's father was Itrat noticed in January, 1887, as an inflamnes tory affection of the throat, accompanied by a cough and slight hoarseness, The fact that these symptoms refused to yield to ordinary treatment'and the appearance of d small growth upon the left vocal chord aroused in the minds of the attend ing physicians the suspicion that the dis ease was malignant, No change in the patient's condition resulted from a long sojourn at Ems, and in May several specialists in consultation decided that the then crown prince was suffering from cancer of the larynx, and that an immediate operation for its extir pation was imperative. Physicians Consulted. Before resorting to this measure it was decided to get the opinion of another spe cialist, and Sir Morell Mackenzie, who had an international reputation, was suln mnoned from Londonlm for a consultation with Professors Gerhardt, von Bergmann and Tobold, and Drs. von Lauer, Megner and Schrader. As the result of his examination Dr. Mackenzie claimed that although the growth might, possibly be cancerous, the symptoms did not warrant a positive diag nosis, aind he consequently declined to give as opinion as to the exact nature of the disease until a portion of the growth had been submitted to microscopical examina tion. lie accordingly on May as removed a portion of the diseased tissue, which was sent to Professor Virchow for examina tion. The result failed to reveal any evi dences of cancer in the growth, and l)r. Mackenzie advised against the radical op cration proposed by the German surgeons, favoring intra-laryngeal rathler than extra laryngeal treatment. The case having been placed entirely in his care, l)r. Mac kenzie proceeded to remove the growth by means of forceps especially devised for the purpose. The portions of the tumor removed at each operation were sent to Professor Virchow to be microscopically examined, but no evidences of cancer were found in any of them. Growth Reappeared. In July Dr. Mackenzie reported that the growth had been entirely removed from the left vocal chord. It soon reappeared, however, and despite all treatment grad ually increased in size. For several months after the prince's return fromn Queen Victoria's jubilee there was very little change in his condition, but while he was at San Remo in November the disease suddenly assumed a more serious phase and Dr. Mackenzie was summoned from London. The growth was found to be very much increased in size, and other portions of the larynx had become involved, but hopes were entertained that the condition would again disappear uder under appropriate treat ment, Contrary to these expectations the tumor continued to increase in size, and by the beginlting of the following Feb ruary it had become so large as to en croach considerably upon the air passage and seriously impeded respiration. Danger Imminent. The inmminent danger of suffocation rendered the operation of tracheotonly necessary. The operation was performed on February 9, 1888, by Dr. Bramman. For several weeks after the operation there was a slight improveement in the prince's condition. On March 4 a portion of the necrossed tissue, which had come away through the tracheotomy tube, was microscopically examined by Professor Waldeyer, who found the first distinct evi dence of the presence of cancer. Emperor William I died on Marctml and the crown prince succeeded to the throne. A fortnight had hardly elapsea after his accession when an unfavorable change took place in the progress of his disease. About April 16 the emperor's condition became critical and on June 15 he died. Sir Morell Mackenzie subsequently wrote a book on the case, in which he attacked the German physicians. Professor Berg mann and the others kept important facts in regard to the case frottm him, he said, when he was first called in consultation, and otherwise they tried to create preju dice against hint. JUST "TO MENTION IN PASSING" Cram's Atlas of the World, 19so edition, with handsome up-to-date map of Montana, Is given free to Inter Mountain subscribers who pay $7.0So for one year in advance. The special Soo Tote coupon is also included. Sale of Cramp's Pictures. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Philadelphia, Nov. 13.--The last picture in the world famed art collection of Charles H. Cramp, the shipbuilder, will be sold today at auction. The sales have been in progress for several days. No explanation for Mr. Cramp's reason for closing his house has been obtained. BARNEY SHANNAHAN7 ENGAGES IN FIGHT ATTACKS ALBERT McMULLEN ON THE PUBLIC HIGHWAY AND GETS THE WORST OF IT. TROUBLE OVER A HACK FARE Well-Known Whip and Collector Clash, But the Smaller Man Does Not Ap pear to Have Been Hurt Much. Pedestrians on Main street near Granite were treated to a street fight this after noon when lBarney Shannahan and Albert MlcMullen decided to settle a difference with the weapons nature gave them. Barney declared that Mcalullen had dis appointed a friend of his on a hack fare and while Mc.Mullen was transacting Iusi ness in the Silver Bow National bank, Slhannahan walked up and down in front telling passersby that lie had his man treed and would trim him when he made his exit from the bank. A good-sized crowd had gathered by the time Mr. Mc Mullen emerged from the buildinlg and when Shannahan approached his man, the latter seemed inclined to evade an en coUtltcr. Stirred Up Trouble. After Shannahan had applied as many epithets to McMullen as he could lind language to express them in, he finally tried to kick the latter on the shins. The' next instant McMullen handed Slhannahan a haymaker in the chops that sent him flying against a telegraph pole, and then followed it up with a gross of rights and lefts to the head that would have made Jcffries green with envy. The men then clinched and in the fall McMullen was the tinder tman, but like a XXX ME RXXXHMXX0 O0HMOX Giving Away Skates To the Boys With Every Pair of Boys' Shoes Sold. Prices $1.50 to $3.00 "eustom Pit" Store 21 East Broadway professional, he turned llarney and in the breakaway got in a couple of jolts to the wind and chin. Bystanders seeing a knockout possible interfered and parted the nien. McMullen showed no signs of his en counter, but Shannahan's face looked as though he had been butting into the busi ness end of a threshing machine. He Is a Small Man. McMullen was the smaller mlan, but what he lacked in weight lie made up int reach. After the fight Shannahan departed look ing for an offcer, while the other man took a walk up the street. Mr. McMullen is in the employ of the I.avelle undertaking firm as bookkeeper and collector. The fight was in progress about three minutes, although the altercation had cone tinucd for t5 or ao minutes before. WILLIAM SAID TO BE ON THE WAY TO RECOVERY President Roosevelt Has Sent a Message of Sympathy to the August Ruler of the German Empire. DY ASSO'CIATEI) RFSl'5. Potsdam, P'russia. Nov. 3j.-The follow inlg Iulletin was issued this mornting: "New Palace, Nov. 13, o903.-T-' heal ing of his majesty's wound is proceeding in so satisfactory a manner that the nelxt bulletin will be issued the day after too mtorrow." President Expresses Sympathy. \\'Wishington, Nov. i ..-lInmediately upon hearing that Emperor William had been obliged to submit to a surgical opera tion, President Roosevelt dispatched a cable message, expressive of his sym pathy and of his earnest hope for his speedy convalescence. The emperor has returned a personal message, thanking the president for the interest manifested. Prof. Friedlander Dead. BY ASSOCIATED tPRE'SS, Berlin. Nov. 13.-Professor Friedlander of the I.ichnitz Berlin gyimnlasluml is dead.