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.JACK THE RIPPER"
IS AT WORK IN METROPOLIS BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. New York, Dec. at.-The \'hitechapel outrages of "Jack the Ripper," in London, end the murder of "Old Shakespeare" by the Arab Ben All, in this city, is recalled by the discovery yesterday of the fearfully msutilated body of a woman in a sailor's resort of the lowest type in James Slip, near the river. The woman, Sarah Martin, a notorious character of the "Cherry Hill" section, went to the place last night, accompanied by a man who appeared to be a Swede. rThey registered as Carl Nelson and wife. The man left the hotel in the afternoon and an hour later, the bodly of his compan ion was fouid. Her throat had been cut and the body was otherwise frightfully mutilated. She had evidently been killed while asleep, as the room gave no indication of a struggle. Two bundles which the man had carried into the hotel were found in the room. One contained two shirts, which bore blood marks, one as if a bloody knife had been wiped on it, and the other bundle contained an, old paid o( men's shoes. On the wrapper was writ ten the name. "13. llleno," and near them were the purchase checks of a Bridgeport, Conn., firm, showing that a pair of shoes and a sweater had been bought on Satur day. The man wore a sweater when he left the hotel. The Bridgeport police were notified and local detectives have gone there in search of the man. On the Scent. Bridgeport, Conn., Dec. at.-A man an swering the description of Carl Nelson was in this city Saturday and purchased a sweater and a pair of shoes at a local store. The man who apparently was a sailor told the clerk that bde had that day been discharged from the New Haven hospital where he had been suffering as a result of shipwreck. At the hospital in New Haven, how ever, it was said that there had been no such patient in that institution. See the grand display of Orxoonic of nalht and Hops in Hennessy's Grocery de partment windows tomorrow. FAMILY LIQUORS One of the most enterprising firms do ing business in butte is the Riley-Dwyer Liquor company, 24 West Broadway. Their specialty is high class whiskeys, wines and brandies, which are bottled particularly for family trade. Their general stock of liquors is large and of the best reputation. Their extensive business pemits them to pur chase in very large quantities thus enabling them to sell at an exceedingly low price. It is their aim to increase their already large family trade, and no effort will be spared to that end. Excellent goods, low prices and priompt attention brings a re ward in good trade. Their special holiday offerings are well worth noticing and ad vantage taken of their liberal offer. Tele phone 776-M and humediate attention will be given to any order any any information imparted that may be requested. Open Evenings Until Christmas ITKIN LEADING LOAN AND DIAMOND BROKER DIAMOND RINOS Princess style ring, three gc.- Lady's three-stone ring, one tur uino Hungarian opals surround- quoise and two large diamonds, ed by 27 bright cut genuine 14-earat gold nIounting; $175 (diamonds; worth $150.00; unlre- value; unre- O11 dee.med '$`ir dmooed price ........ ll price ............... ,V U (Genuine enmrald and diamnond Llady's cluster diamond ring, ring, sot in 14-carat gold and opal center surroundeod with five plahtiniun setting; worth $1223; diamonds; worth $50.00; a I nredccmed " g gigantic . prco bargain.................. U bargain ...........J 5 NORTIH MAIN ST. The Clearance Sale At Auction of the $75,000.00 Stock of the Kennedy Furniture Company is now going on. Sales Daily Mornings from 10 to 12 O'clock Afternoons from 2:30 to 4:30 O'clock Evenings from 7:30 to 9 O'clock If you miss thlis salo you, lose the greatest opportunity to so cure bonafide bargains in furniture and household goods over oflcred. Every articlo will be sold absolutely without reserve. ehairs Provided for 250 People HUBERT BROWN Auctioneer CONVENTION CALLED UNITED CHAISTIANS ARE TO GET TOGETHER IN ST. LOUIS TO NAME CANDIDATE. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Chattanooga, Tenn., Dec. at.-The United Christian party has issued a call for its annual mass conventionl, to ie held in St. Louis, to nominate a candidate for presidlent. The call is signed by William Rudolph Benckert, chairman of the U'nited Chris tian party. The party was organi;,ed July 4, :890. at Des Molines, Iowa. Renckert is president of the organization and C. II. Thomas, Chicago, vice president. The call is as follows: "To all people who believe that war and unnecessary burdensomoe taxationl shoulld cease and people should unite and hence forth demand a direct vote of the people on all questions of vital importanlce altd that Christ's golden rule should he applied to all govermntlent by and for the people, you are herehy called to gather in Illis name ill ational and internatioal Im:ass convention in Convention hall, at the World's Fair, St. Louis, Mo., May a and 2, 1904, for the purpose of economlic dis cus'ion and peace on earth in thie tname of and spirit of Jesus Christ, and to ftur tiler accnnplish this great purpose of ree onmmcnlding or nomina;ting candidates for president and vice president of the United States onit a world-wide platformln. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Pleasant to Take. The finest quality of 'granutlated loaf sugar is used in the manufacture of Cham berlain's C'ough Remedy, and the roots used in its preparation give it a flavor sim ilar to maple syrup, making it quite pleas ant to take. Mr. W. L. Roderick of Poolesville, Md., in speaking of this remn edy, says: "I have used (C'hamherlain's Cough Remedy with my children for sev eral years and can truthfully say it is the best preparation of the kind I know of. The children like to take it and It has no injurious after effect." For sale by all druggists. E. T. BOOKMAN SUES FOR $10,000 DAMAGES Stromberg-Mullins Company Made De fendant to Action. E. T. Brookman this morning instituted suit in the district court against (;eorge Thompson and the Stromberg-M\ullins com pany for $to.noo damages. In the coim plaint it is alleged that onl December 7, 90o.,. the defendants charged lirookman with petit larceny and gave him over to the custody of the police ; that lie was taken to the city jail and searched, and later to the county jail in the patrol wagon ; that lie was restraiined of his Jiber ty without right or probahle cause and coun pelled to furnish bail: and that the fact of his arrest and ilmprisonmlent was pull lished in the daily papers, including the Inter Moutntain. For all of which lie asks the amount of damages tmientionled. Ozontonic, a product of Mult anid 1lps displayed in Iellelsshy's Grocery depart ment windows tomorrow. "O n.y 3 l whMo re Shopping Days Only Before Christmas - CutQiasFine China Scintillating Loveliness and Bewitching Decorations The Zlrt Roost Ready In Hennessy' s Basement A1 Thing of Beauty and a Joy Forever 1"lwn 01 of its h)(un1tifuIl likings so invtutlifully%. ENvi-y ()lil will s1''. t''f if :tlks bllollt it, renV's otVe1- it tnd its ;" t S 4'ri.' 'Il1ig coit ' As. A \\' (''re sullait " .$ Sa llIl 1.(' 1 ' 0r hl' l , l'f r , l,., Rv y r . ". a.ndM,, t' . is I+itying Itete..r.. , .' t0 ,. . , I"ortlilll t4l 'ly for 115 1tlt t oi l , \V r t I t'- le roec ertln y th , t l . ..r r set w'i,,te . t. ol s e ll.'.q ptrt thiny i th uj wmr slb.r.thritv water jugs, oil hoaltis, catlsutp hottle,., platte., ,swell thlree piece tea sets, con- from Ihe iumportels. T'hr.+ welc boutglht C 'iiIhortrdis hti s o y try tc. si g ofIW( t Itnt. utl ' suga li eutcrell 1, o ' . ' Lr hrtt' rnt.i .con t11 ,t atr hotllies fron $4,7 each, . illo cups d ~,crit, set 6 pnicd cor1"stIigly ntw. (ill and vinegalr bottles fron11 $3,50 chocolaite cups aul saunu1rs, sct sa (til)lhrl bouilth cse n uet i ThtittgM msMiinhrirm r 1'1111( HILI 5'(' 1Il4( )1'411 tlllltti witlp~ t KIe OtAYS.ond tIwi eltry trays from $7.5 iac ch. lat ses, he rry a ss'i , bre- a rticl, y iuitlh h fAr GIFTS 'hri .s E eat Glass Swell Holiday Gifts Royal Bonn Ware .tiioig thei miany~ new. piecces are wite Itcautit ufitt bouxedl in sattin Cases. '.1u vier~iy hitutu piecesu if this ii ets,. httk, , ,itters * l.u te, am.I s , Setlof s;ixlltr c hin .a ,- t .lla 1 ,1.1 , w re .atvie js her icy ,i v .d waterjus,'ahu boil otle, elvvytrays, e.. uneht slug o f teatpot. suga.r and creamui, They iere laite griatingu hirr we ml Il lowter vaottes from $4..5 ctpwardscti . top d ulers, set pie aCrd try th tow. ()it aind vituegir butt Its frumt $3. 50 choccolatie cups acid smiLets, sct iJ eachi. iioveredi J n,ottih itCup~s tul stuulttcLC5 liiuisun oi . f tings here liii . ,Ire C uristmu as Celery trays fronm $7.50 each. cihucil~tte stets, htutry sets, htreaul :iiull.[ riuliul iiiul u trn S~uct at epr sakr ttu 5 lui iaeltc t, is ed t icots, but they're se~llting like ulvuiu . iP ~r e s e nu ts Plotwer vases fromt $a.5o utpwardhs. ecri. 'lciiii ntiu try thceim. Take Your Choice at a Price For verybody What Women To 1m1nth (- h1istlu lit ..h 1 )iUg fi. t," ilu lh . el. 'tllU tll ' I',' t he 111111111 ti11h' iha i h:04 'it hivr tai n(' n,,r IlndltV to .1l1t'e. we \'Pl. PIt.,lI a big Ilt 'of 1.sfill 1.u',lI anl y tut ihly goods i1l livr, InIhs, giv'ittg ,inlt 1ii' Fancy a price, ViZ.: 2.., ) St ', $1.00, $. .11 utitd u:$:.0O. ( ontt t I i eiu l Ih t tl iitit l IIelnttti sy . A I , iwk ill i I. On 25c Table On 50c Table lict . \. ... r Sit l iu'.it,,, aicy cutps and saucers. childrlen's - Pretty lmuported ,t hiut, iuittmauch' (u111us Ilil I 1inui I uullkutu hluu i. silver tmugs, child's three piec.e sets, ttluand saucetrs, a.h tr;tay. . teapot,, I;h , , I,' t I, l tnI.e hletl-. fancy implorted glass vases, hisue codored glass vasei. , shntingi int.i ,I clI 'e i.l.ke hil. fgutrv". decorated platsi , set nut picks. is,+le figures, dee-r l,. , I h .% 'l l I t , 1 r. o f I t,iii.4 inut crackers, souvenir trays, decoiratetd figure, ink lith, , ptilil Iroic., 1, 11 In h i ,ul vl t,. caindlesticks. decoratcd creamers and Ibis+.,Iue fa+it'ellg gii, K i, d . hic, i , ct .':. I lh StuItk . toutlhplick holders. -- I l,,y I h16 Io ,.n On $1.00 Table On $2.00 Table On $3.00 Table 5N, I,,,u \oi , ..u t. hland pained plateu cracker jars, Several decorated chi) dii hes, fiticy m I tui , t liaty ehiI ii h.i a I ,wii , .t i Iul i h. olive dishes, oibutto dislhes, Crt'mut pitch- inhaccto jars, impolrted chilni celery bread :itl butter litIn, l:tg t t 's, 1 '1 ' ; I";1 , ers andl sugar howls, fancy teapots, traiys, faitnCy ili1portl s illi t with it y Tray. criacker ji ., l I" "It 111;L Sglove bloxes, fancy vases. large hisulue covers, Fretlnch cthimna iip i u I iil- sugars, f;tacy Imuuips, wtn. i'e scm, t11' I n., y i lh l 1 i ," ligures, dcd orated parlor lamps aul matltj cars., tiusl:ul t ips ai)i sauiucrs, etc. sits, silver plains, Iuit dish's, slt " l I other pretty things for $t.oo. lheautiful pirsvil ts for hlislnt .la . syrup juig, itl pickle sitnt l . I , id ,, I ,cr I lth. . I ,' ," I I. ,l,h.l I , ',,. (1-t t le` i. Shoes and Slippers1" i 1t .., .I 1. iiik Nc It \V+ ii. Sa e.hoppin Days Before ebristmas ,liS.,,,i. 'I'l ."11.,~il, \'ltit to) )II'. for l )it' ifi . t s s ititf111, i, . h;i r,1l I t, ,h,,'it 1 . i,:i,,i1 Silk li',luWI .l . ~'I 1 13(I(is tl t, t lkt 5 1 4 . hli , 1 , 11 1 S1lo II. \itl l k In ' ,i f. iy-. "i hiri'tt . ntIi,,ig like lkt( hiur.' " I'.,,,h I, i.ti. I Madh ti t uwe.r. Wuriitlv 't hi ike pr (4. slitnter't': uhtitt -i~ Iw 4('fI,, ltlhlv ]gl t, r ('t .', 1 ,.1,' I, ,h, d il ity s lifq- r w.'.lcm ll PIo'i ttiy Mailmhh i (,,5Skuii. Wi titmi. 'iake( the '.h,,i,.e( ,if 1,41011)) imiirs. N., i;., l.r. inc S.. lues. • 'I1 ,1 l,.1-.,4 'Ilu l l\ .,i.l, W om en's Fine Slippers luri;"'l ni.... ',, II ....llt. \ tarm lI' ulitmchlIc \Vrappi r. lih',kett lite's, si ,,st aild whiith.1 , ii s.tvhm' t) s.til, i.vu.ry 1V Itt'. 'l'hu'v 11r,,,k uui1 Il 't .r:t iut i it. lir, lriit lt'i ,lly highl-grd'the slilppl , it I ',itu'y eului',, I wit , I I ' (1,,cS, :,i II 1 fotls lk,. d ,'isvchi Box. " ' ' .ilk JDiv",sil1. S-ha'shes -- uct-* - .1A r.4 ;1iS, low, ol ulw a lf ltr ellh hetl, I lti iIi , ouitli\VIw rk iatl p1Iiit kiSl Ikl,, i , i I h te,. .i s ste fs1.' . 'an I. uhllt. lual tt(l.r. Prices $1.25, $1.5. ), $2.00, $2.50, $:1.00 ), $1.5.( Glovet I, I lihulke.,i li. ,oxes. Ara Stitl not chsss Itc ari,,I $5.00 hair. ',y. fIt lhi, Iliith'i. ac n thes cu t he 14111 $5.111 Ijir.f ,Toys for fl: ( hilirelt. = st , iI air Iainty Shlit pert . Banister Shoes Foster Co.'s Shoes Pair "D,,i'nt ,,,. The Best Made For Men The Best Made for Women ^A, L,:illy Su, kil li"ur Ne'w IMlttie(+' ;eluim't, T ]nous litt .s ov ,ev'y W lteu' , w hto k u ,'w t. ,1 VR i tl ' o 'f l],te t ,, Ihi Wtt rl]d' . lw ,l, itlwti y, wI ' tilr 1i tl 1.'11\ ,iS wl I ,t l'yr ugr a ic (a uinet. thent. A full liuo of both kitnd at lielu-:-n-y's slho...torom. (C'hii and Cut (ilass. ('icut :ia1n Sutiar Set. Men's Shoes Men's Slippers Women's Shoes Ieirui, thiuia I)ti,.r Set. No. 179-Navarro kid shoes, a dre.sy Men's imitation alligator slihppers; lere's t lot of good shoes tIhat we A lig Trunk. style, with hand-sewed welts, perfo., slightly damaged. I.muight from the maker it a low figure, Shoppiig lag. ated stock tips, latest style, laced, $1.00 values for 35o and we give our cllustomers thit .idvaut- ILots of Money. $14.50 values for $3.50 age of it. Rich I lusbamul. Regent Ru.er shioes, in e diffen ti A Men's Fine Slippers '"hcy are kid, pattto coult atnd Iox t a styles aud Icithers, with geoutine G,. - All the latest styles, itcludin4 calf It,,,ts, in lace ad tiuuou styles W hat M en W ant year welt, sewed, ilexildC hotteras, for ionkey, snake, lizzard and ctlfskii, and high, low irnil spring heel shoes. street and dress wear. The best in Prices $3.oo, $4.oo, $4.50 aud $5.uu tair. I" very pair a targahi rire. e .aft the itarket at the price. Numbers and Only $2.50 pair shaving Mug. styles are: Marzluff's French Shoes w.', patet calinkin shoes, with French Chiia Smiokitit Set. No. t7a--lox calf, laced style. The kind that adcs elegance to a imrkless McKay surlet stylish fa r (:ut ih ss Whiskey Set. No. 68-Veour calf, laced style ostume ad gives c fort to the feet ress or stree war. hey are he- Suit Case aud Vlise. No. 65-- Vici kid, lac ed style. No. Soo- \WVo men's tiue dress houti, St ne ially (Idh shoes fcr the moity. Silk or inen Ihta nkerc. tief. No,. z65-Vici kid, lcreds style. Sec itheut suoit il mbel No. t67--Vici kid, congress style. of coronta kid, with JFretuch utat tolts, $3.50 Shoesl fOr/$ 50Sik I.ourhi No. i63-P-atcn.t calf, blucher style. scroill vtuap, Il-sewedc and turuci No.5c(toi afo- S2.i 5 uravat, Tie or Muffler. Sale Price $3.50 pair sulcj and full Iluis heels. s. . i6,c ad u70- women's line Ilosiery aud t;loves. ocpalr hu clf street shuiec, with tops t o ;1th Iuobeulu and tajaias. No. 3no---M'tcn'i Marvel btoi calf Otily $'5.00 p nu tlches high. Ileclidculy seut.tible styles ittusi GOtWlt. shoes, strong moth stiurdy, for street wear rwirywltr.J:lSiktll'lhr. anti rough weather, with Good~uar welt, Children's Shoes fur wiury00 w oeler i'or ,.50 iSitk id Slvrunutrs. sewed soles. All styles for children of all sies. I $1.00 values for 83.00 Irouclad bottom shoes for solid wear, Leggins and Gaiters asila aN g ousert . -Men's Marvel vici kid at $i.so, $t.75 amd $t.co. All button wvr klie ggittn. of Walking Stick aui thuhrella. No. 3o- little Giant school shoes. at $u.5o, fitest quality of all wo sl j'rs.y; sizes Cullars tnt CuihI shoes, stylish aid dressyt perfect in fit $1.75 and $a.oo pair. for w , ,istj : i \hihlrc And l)rers l'rotector. and coinfortaulie to wear. d.ttelth m..lk hm e 'v.igJc.Jwly $21.00 value for $3.00 Wolnen's Shoes tints 5 al 8mto ovcrtireters fro Cuff Iuttus iu Scarf Ii. No. ago-Men's Waldorf casco calf Irom our regular stock we have asc o $1.oo 0air. Military Brushies. shoes. They look well, wear well anti selected to lituet of high gradm, o.- "'ilet Set or Sweater. are the best shoes in America at the t'Sdate stylesl buttSn atd lace, with lress or Tuxedo Suit. price. S20 0 0lk orOpraflt pi .00 lue s 2 0 for2.40 ui'tent tips. opera heels, French heels, Pipl or cigar lIdtr. S comonn sense heels and coron Watch or l'ockctbook. Men's Slippers 'cuse tons, made of vici kid, dongile Cardigai Jacket aud Slippcers. Black and cardinal mottled velvit kil ad patuet calf. All go at the , / e y A,, .,wasy (hair or Loounge. slippers; all sizes, one low price. A Glve Coe rtiricate for lHest Girl. Only 05e pair Only $3.50 pair Thuat I chijihu lillhd. Case White Rick '.Vter. A Ilig Fat TLurkey. A MdieouL Iiuur iii! a Mail rder to enne sey', Bute Ioiniug Giood Aluhitite, 'J'hu love of a Wife, FOO FOO CLUB IS A NEW ORGANIZATION Thie Foo Foo club is the name of an o-. ganization composed of convivial spirits who have been in the habit of meeting i the lobby of the Thornton hotel about mid. night to discuss current events. The club was organized only a few nights ago, but already it is said to boast of a large mere bership. The initiation of a new mcmber has developed into quite an event. The club is npn-political and non-sectarian, be Jila a good fcl!Jowship affair wholj. -PRUNTINE IS IN TROUBLE Samuel Prultinle, who claims to be a private detective, was arrested Sunday and taken to the city jail and later to the coun jail charged with breaking into and rob Ling the trunk of a Miss Wilson, who lives in the Oleson block. The robbery is said to have occurred in November, Miss Wilson says she caught Pruntine in the act of rifling her trunk, and that when detected Pruntine took to flight, and had not been seen since until Policemen Byrne and Mccamnlop picked him up Sunday, 't:;ilne was roumill at the oleson homue at the time of the alleged rolbbery and says that he was at the time searching for evidence in a divorce case. lie main tains that he is innocent of the charge against him, but Miss Wilson claims that he stole $30 and some jewelry fromt the trunk. Pruntine says that everything will be explained and that he cannot be prose cuted. In Butler Epidemio. BY ASSOCtAlTEu v PaaI, Butler, Pa., Dec. a2.-Two deaths from typhoid fever and three new eases were rep'orted today. HARRINGTON-LEGGAT CASE IS STILL BEING TRIED The IHarrington-Leggat check case gas still on in Judge Hlarney's department: of the district court today. Whlp Phit liar rington, the plaintiff in the case, was called to the stand, Attorney Parr objected to him testifying on the grounds that the prin cipal defendant was dead, and the other side was debarred from taking advantage of that fact, 'l'he'ren'.k su,:t.i"crd the point, and I'1ar, rington was not allowed to testify~.