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THKANACONDA S'i'A N DA UP: MOMiW MORNING, AUGUST Jl. 1NI.7.
ButteNfiws. FOR A JEWISH SpecialSuit RabbiFarber Organizes a Butte^Congregation. THEMISSION OF ISRAEL Sale TheAddress Listened to by a Lsnre Au^^dience-Twenty Signatures Becalved-^A Committee Appointed to Receive^Subscriptions to the Fund. SOMEOF OUR PRICES LSuits, former^$10.00, now $500 ISuits, former^$15.00, now Themeeting held last 4 v.-nlnn at OdM^Fellows' hall for the purpose of or-^KumitiiK a Jewish c uiKreaatlon in^butte was largely attended and the^first steps toward organisation wer^^aeeom|illshed with a degree of aueeess^that was eminently satisfactory to the^promoters. Dr. It. Farher. the chief^mover In the undertaking, delivered an Tjtf1Suits former nri^ interestlnK addr,:v. setting; forth the JjOl1 OURS, lUIHUr priCO ^nem* to he derived fro,-., sue h an in^^stitution, and at the close of his re^^marks presented a subscription list f ^r^the pun ose of raising the 111 ^^^^^ n^ ee^-^suiy for llio |^ 1 niam-nt and sure ssiul^^ stahllshnit nt of the congregation,^which was sufficiently well signed to^give assurance that an adequate^amount will he easily obtained. The^_.1* rmane nt organigauon was not ef- JjOt2^suits, former price '^^^^'^ ^^^i^^ i '*ti^onc.i mi this even 1ing. when another meeting will In 1 andthe timet is . lu ted. William r.al-^lick opened the meeting by stating its^purpose and introducing Dr. Farbsr,^who spoke at some length. Thesubject of Dr. l-'arber's address^was ^Israel's Mtssii n.^ In substanc II^was as follows. Thereis a paramounl I ruth In the^1 Idea that there is naught in thai in,,- Lot3^Suits, former prices y''^1' wh'r1!haH ^^ i I'1^'1^^ ^TV ^^Ithing which we behold Is here (or $18.00and $20.00, HOWsomething and everything Is an object bywhich something can be W ^ omplish-^/f^ed. There ig nothing without purpose, ml^ fj f\and he who sometimes cxpr ssos that ojj/I s ^h ve*there are purposeless object! In this world,have not the faintest Id a of the^philosophy of history and the genius of^mankind. Science has grappled with^many ptuaii n,s until It evolved the so^^lution and proved that everything^which exists is lure for something, anil nobbyand stylish, lisht and b^ making use of n m a prop r way j Ii,, benefits humanity: even poisonous darkCOlOrS, rOUnd ailU herbs and substances have their bene^^ficial InllUHiu ' . and i rten serve a bet^^ter purpose than swe. tnuats. He who^understand' how to make use of them^Is the agent to make these objects sub^^servient to his genius and bring into $10.00 Allthis season's goods, squarecut sacks, all sizes. J.ltdBi ar m^) the Kngli^ew . rose t i I TheGreatest Values for the Honey^Ever Offered. BUTTK.MONTANA. Dollars^ Sense iAny dental work that 1 can do for^you is Invariably of the bigm-st and^best class. My charges are m il: rate^and fair. Perhaps you can find lov er^prices, hut they will certainly mean^less quality. You surely can easily pay^more^ and often for \^ irk wo tli much^less. You cannot !uy better than the^lies!^no matter what you pay. My^^work is the best. My guurantoc InoUrM^thai. Ten dollars buys the Ust there^Is to buy In A rtilit-i.il Teeth. And then^^your money baek -if you say n Dr.W. H. Wix, DENTIST, Broadwayand Main, Butte. Miners'Cash Grocery Cor.Main and Galena St^., Butte TheGreat Bargain fc'ous; of Montana Wearc hea^li|iiarters for fruits^of all kinds, also jars to |iresen\^them in. MasonJars, quarts, per dozen.. ..I TO MasonJars, pints, per dozen 60 -'pounds Lion or Arbuckle coffee.. 25 Muartcelery sauce 10 2pound can Hex brand corned beef 20^1 pound cans Rex brand corned beef.2 for 25 Wecarry Ashton ^ Higgins' import^^ed Liverpool salt, the only salt for^making butter. Miners'Cash Grocery Cor.Main and (ialena, Butte. A.BOOTH ralizatleii his ambitious aims and a^^quired skill. Thistheory applied to every species^ci rtalnly holds good respecting man.^who is the climax, the crow n, the mon^^arch cf all created things. Man as an^individual has a mission; he has a des^^tiny on earth for which, and to which,^his y innings unil ambitious energies^drive him. h. is restless in his aspira^^tions and toils unceasingly to reach the^goal of his inner longings. In short, lie^is ambitious to reach the highest round^j in the ladder of his life and from that^I height survey the lowland of his previ^^ous condition, te behold the difference^and contrast his previous with the^present condition. Nations can likewise^be gnflgeil hy thf same standard. The^i nations of antiquity who played the j^game o^ the chess board of polities,^bear testimony to this indisputable^I fact, fcrsia. Media. Kgypt. Habylunia,^Greece and Koine, prove it beyond a^di.ubt that each of them has existed^for sojtc 'purpos.v and accomplished ,^their must, n while on the stage of ac- 1 tlvlty,performing th rola assign a to^their actorship. Hut as soon as their^part was finished they disappeared^from the stage lo give room lo some i^other nation. Ancienthistory anil the late unearth- '^lag! in the Orient tell the story of the^ancient world. When we examine the |^IW0f4f, we become amazed why the^lute of annihilation struck these an- j^^ lent powers and effaced their glory^from the surfai e. The land of the an^^cient empires is deaerti d. Few traces^are left of former ghfry. The pyramids^of Kgypt. the eyllnd-rs of Babylonia^only remain; and what of thesef The t^inscriptions they contain is the mes^^sage pros' rvoet from Ike hoary past,^^peakbag in warning accents of BBB10^nltic n of the errors these ancient na^^tions havi commuted. Persia, with its^dual system of religious rite and belief^could not maintain itself; it had to^erasable down as quick as fancy in^^vent, d something better. Kgypt with^Ml animal worship, became an abomi-^, nation, and the political system with^^ its barbaric cruellies perpetrated upon^her subjects had to sink into the abyss.^It could not maintain itself. The pre^^dominance of caste and pricsthoi.d un- I^dor th Kgyptlan dynasties anMpeitcd^the people to revolt against evi rything^and overthrow and destroy those who^were the impediments, the obstructors I^of their progress. Hut these nations J^aav^ lived to si rve th ir purpose, like^par. nts lo children.^^Parent! impart their wisdom and^I experience to their offspring, caution^tin in not t^ commit the same follies,^' not to fall into th antra PfTOn as iliey !did, and though children do not heed (v. rything. still sonic things are con-^shU rod ami w,^ghcil carefully and ac^^cepted. Theyounger gem t at ions that grew^; up among this barbarians watched^carefully then movements, saw the^' ons quenecs of their follies and made 1^sfforta t^ improve. Among those^young^,- generations were th - Israel-^Rem lYom the time of Abraham to the I^Baikal w In n the family of Jacob s. i-^tled in the land by th Nib. the He^^brews had In itlher one way or the^othror intercourse with the neighboring^tribes, and had the opportunity '.^ ok*^seive- anil study the different customs^and habits of th. people. The p Hod^^f Kgypt 'an servitude especially servo d^the Israelites as the Irani preparatory s.hooi arsaVa equipped tkeia for the^scene and battle of action. Th mad^of worship which they saw carried on^produced an aversion In the mind to^^wards thai form of adoration. Theanimal la Kgypt's deity' (fort ,^^Awful Horror! Man t i w .rshlp an ok-^Jei t tourer than himself hjajst.il Thus^tkey tuned tkcfr attention i i sosne-^thing nohli r as an object of anrskip.^Hut n 'i . n . h i t I, was to he found^Meditation I'd ih^m t^^ look phas/v. In^the beauties of heavt n th--\ i. iliz I^that the must Ik- s .m- pOWl i i . s nd^At that period ^f perplexity ark) n il^ t^endeavored t I ^ merge from the ekaotlO^condition M m^ s appeared and an^^nounced his i.i. ssage t . ih. appresi i,^offering ih.-m srilace and c .mf^-t^^^ that their ll'-dt-m. r liveth. ^h ^ heard andanderstood their tares and is^I ready to redeem them.^ This announce^^ment Infused a new spirit of b p^ into^I the hearts of the oppressed. Tie p is. d Id thai in the so. ,| of .v^I th^- wh de world shall be bl-ssnt dann-^I ^d again m the Israelites. Their mia-^I skin aaaame clearer to then, as they^I heard the snnoune-em:'it that they^wen to be a kingdom of priests to min^^ister th. truth t . the a * la^, man. and in this ides their hopes arara^t ^ be realized; at least the phi.^of hlsti ry teaches us this . Ki un all^| records we p .attest wf aur oara history wecannot assume that cxmeeited |s.m^tl 'n t . claim that Israel wss srat^tlned to he a nati m of great political^Influence Kven In the time of its^greatest political glory It wss com-^Pelled p. form alliances with the neigh^boring primes and peitentstes for the^sake of self-protection. It Is true that^In time of danger and dirt distress^Israel's soldiers fought battles with a^bravery that denes all description, hut^these e.. re never for the eske of p .lin^^eal supremacy. Israel'swars wea-e battles for the^Lord. Whenever His religion uas at^^tacked he rose with llnn-IIke bravery^and fought with undaunted courage-.^Such were the wsrs In the time of the^Maccabees, who defied the overs helm^^ing annos of the Syrians and . ^^-^qu.re.l. lie-cause they fought for the^truth and rather wished to perish for^its sake than submit U^ that which^they ^-ons. lentlously believed to he a^falsehood, and thus It was in every^instance whe-never Israel was lee-^si.-ge.l His adversaries never aimed^after the t.iTltory. after the land^which ws still call to-day Palestine; all^the y annul their arrows at was against^the religion of Isrsel. and that the Is^^raelites were well aware- of. and guard^^ed the' treasure entruste-el Into their^care with their lives: then so soein as^the y would had given up their religion^th.ir destiny on tsrth would have^i nihil. TkureIs me patted In Jewish history^whi. I, tarries with itself great pathos,^anil that Is the fatal day on which^Titus, the l; .man general destroyed thesee nd U mple K^ had directed he-rentire energies ti de-Ju.laize Ju.lea^and thought that when Iks t.mple mi^M i iah would be ruined Judaism would^fall and nanoms disintegrated. An an^^cient rabbi remarked ihat. while stand^^ing in lamentation as tin tlam. s of the^burning temple rose upward, he beheld^a scroll of the law burning, but he^saw the parehment only turn Into^ashes, wliile the letters written tin ir^^on tl. a upward and dispersed all over^the w rid. Metaphorically s|eeaklng.^this simile gives the keynote to another^rabbinical ixpressi.n. which asserts^that on the day when the sanctuary^was destroyed the messianic mlssi in of^Israel began ' Not to be miscon^^strued, let me explain this. Hefore the^downfall of the Je wish state and the^dlspeiatou of Israel the principles ion-^tained in the- .Hlhle were a mflned In^the treasure' of Israel No nation had^access to them. The most enlightened^people of that age wore- barbarians. nsfleld,when once ai-i Mtad^ngllsh parliament as being a^his fe-ot, rebuking the gen^^tleman w ho was his political opp inent,^saying: 'Yes, I am a Jew. sirs; and I^, want y u as peers to know it. that^while my ancestors were- priests mtn-^; (storing at the altar Of Jehovah, per-^i f.^rmlng the grandest, most sublime^duly, the ancestors of my eipponent^wore savages, roaming wildly In some-^forest of the Occident ' It was th irugh^that dispersion that Israel lir night the^divine- message from the orie nt and hi -^tame the b acher if the |m-ople of Ike^accident. No law before. Moses' time^taught so emphatically the equality of^man, the love of one's nclghht-r and^the g^ ici.il principles of right and Jus^^tice us the Mosaic.^^We- have liee-n the teachers of hu-^1 manity at all time. The greatest relig-^i lous truths taught by all sects, irre-^spe i live of their particular i hurch fot-^j mallty. have been take n tl 'in Judaism.^11 has he-en said only recently by one^of tin- Oceaaaa aatt-Santttsa that th Iwhole world worship* a Jew^Jesus of^1 Nazar.-th, and ^k^ a ill there to deny^j It^ To-day Is the annlv. isary of the^downfall of the temple, on which many^still res it^ the lamentali ins and i legh s^I cry and weep because thu sanctuary^was destroyed. This is n it in accord^^ance w ith the spirit of Judaism. II is^1 eventful that 1 should have tome in, .^I your midst Just at this time and en^^deavor to rouse you Ir mi the lethargic^^lumbar and spur you to duty to build^a to w sanctuary-^ ^,r Karber then EOU-^llnued his appeal and exhort-d UaM to^organize a congregation. The appeal^stint d everyone present.^' Dr. Karber closed with an appeal t thosepresent to come forward ami sign ithe subscription list, agreeing to give^'. each month for a year as much as they^[ felt able. In response the list received^2^ signatures, the am Hint subscribed^aggregating l'^ a month. A e-ommlt-^I.. was tie n appointed t i circulate the^subscription among the Jews of the^i lly. It w ill be necessary to secure^pledges amounting to al least |M0 a^month in addition to that subscribed^last t veiling to put the eongregallon^upon a sure basis. Dr. Kabcr ex^^press, tl the belief thai th. amount^would be secured without dkaVulty.^The committee appointed is oompoaed dM. J. Conn. Henry Jonas anil Jo- s.ph Roa nhaunt Anotker meeting win beh^ lil this i veiling al tin- otltees of A.^Well In the Lizzie block, at which lime^the permanent officers of the congre^^gation w ill be- spieled. Havingtwo large up right pianos,^I will sell one at a bargain. F. L. Kern. 901w. Copper st. tkeen) itste* in i ^^i.-i n eussns. TheMart aura Purine on July Utk lo I17th. inclusive, also on July lllth. -.'2nd,^Mtka 2:nh. Augusl 2nd. 5th and ptk,^will sell one way tickets to Kansas^City. St Louis and all Missouri tiver^I finis, also St. Paul, (^hit ago and all^1 inii 1 m- diate' points at rate of I'll mi^1111 ail direct lines Kast of Chicago^or Ht. Louis, rale will be one-half^lowest tirst class limited rats tei points^as far east, but not including Toronto^Suspension Itridge, Niagara Kalis.^Buffalo. Salamanca. Krie, I'ittshurc^Whs ling. Perianal Ufa, ^'harie.-t.in or^Ashland, to those' points ami Kast^Hereof regular ra*e from Chicago or^S'. Lotus will ... charged. Ticki ' of^^fice No. 2^ Kast lln.adway. Butte. sT.M Tl ^ HIV, U. A. VeriiropeTn-Mght. ManagerJohn Mag.lir.- of Magurra'a 'ol^. l-i lueise rttliriie-tl to ItilM. |.|-I .Veil^^ing with the vertse-ope- of the Corastt- 'Pstasiauaaaai nghi. win. h ii. has u-e o :exhibiting thrteugh the western part of^tti. s. itt tie stales thai tka eaMbatkaaa^tun. been highly sue-eessful asarjwhere.^The \erisco|s- will Is- se.-n again In this^I titv .it tie- o|m-ra house-, beginning to^^night .1 ml. running throughout tin races,^Willi in.illi.'-- W'.-ilnesd.iy. S.itul.'.i.. and Buaanay^fesraasaan ManagerMag'llre stateel last evening^thai the difficulty that was at first ex-^perle-neeii with the lepparstiis has been^overcome ami that the- pictures as now^shown are passant Panday.lussseeknnk^Until further notice, the Montana^I'tiion will aril excursion tickets to^Qrsmaon Springs and return, good go-^^ Ing on trains leaving Hutte lietween^5 |) m Saturday and 5 p. m. Sunday,^and returning on last train leaving^' 'iregson Sunday night, st tl 00. ShaferHros.' stage for Sliver Star.^Iron Itoel, Twin Hrldges snd Sheridan,^leaves Southern hotel. Butte, at 7:46^Tuesday. Thursday ami Saturelay^mornings, arriving at Sheridan at (^p. TP. VnsassVta^d^lsa.^Kreim tin- Detroit Kree Press. WifeMy dear the doctor Insists that^I must take a trip abreead. M'...ml-1 wondered what BWdl til -^hill so hish. MODERNPOET PROPHETS TheTbouffbt of a Nation Is Crys:-^tatlized in Ita Poetry. NEWLIBRARY ADDITIONS Pertodaof Isroposn Literature, Edited by^Salntsbury Riverside Literature Se^^ries-Utorary Movement in Franca^- American Lands and Letters. Wehave thought best to dsTSta the spaei.it our llspes ,1 it-., ^ .1, ,,^.^. tionof rsaanl book- of Interest to the^students of literature. It Is .1 tommoBly^reeognisod f|et that the thotikiu .1 ,1 11^tion is. as it were. crystaJkaed 111 its |s^-^etry. and all great literatures have pos^^sessed som.| great posts who .\^liiroush th. ^^ works what is un. 1^the life an.| culture of their respect.v^^languages, this is the l.le.i ... \|r Will-^lam Norman Hut lirle 111 bis IK eaUad ModernHo^t Prieph.-is This hook eon. sistsof essiosoii sevseal wrHsea vkeni Mr.Outhrle consitl.rs great |ss-ts. from^Dante to MM Wtuiman. hui is not 1,1-^tt mled to exlaiist 1 lie list Haute. I'.o. tti^,^Iirow Ilillg, I'reepar.ll. I'loeyli Sw in'iul lie.^Rossotti Mijtthow Arnold. Sl,.||, .nil^Whitman art lh. se to whom lie .'^most space. Inthe stilly of literature, as In the^study of history, one sutf rs iVom fSS*^Urn.- araphhalan ^inniotily tl^ot several^howsver, f.i illlar^with eat b of^h. lias limita 11... - It Is very^that the ut'-rat put^ountrle-s are stad'e I. 'jlil,^the student may bo^the relations hstwssa Hum.^inilistim-i i.ten. 1:.,. ,1 ,,,,-r- erthan e-ssepi^of the ct.mn)o^series of hot^direction of^general title^Literature,^clarify the^the t-leavage .in.iap tka language.1^prohemling^whole The lllst hi^rl. s ^The y\^tile llk.1' of^editor hims slureseems o htm .i Ststlm i entity n-lli-^itiul part ot 1I1. , xpi - .i.^thought of the 1 i^ .' A Isunder tin- general slltorlaj^Mr. lamtsburyi arita lis of^IVrlotls of V.wr syaM^paanakua 10 .10 nnasa al dhSSI suhj.'t'l. Ill this eel it s lineIs rather chronological yieof aanayaaMan. te is at 'estanel a chance- ot i-|^-^ttlollflilt of Ktirope ..s .1^ik to uptee 11 r ill tIS* nrsshlaaot kssasai a snd ,dlegeery.'' is w ritten o^ the^and will stand se saai 111^the pcrmancif chronological iiii iik m- lit ofthe tk ofthe ^Itlversltle Lttora-^I have spoken In a former^will only mention Iks t^l-^whleh have hot 11 rscently Ofthe vail^Hill' Series paperand h*^luwlng boeik re.Bread 1 Lamb,ii .111^ Mar sneare.Longfellow tanakak Longfellowit VV^Longtelliiw II V Lowell.Jaint'l It Sll.lkesp.are U Talisfrom Ihshe- W.Cent lalilp of MttM BvsngellnS' l.ollKtelloWLeatlt LsarsUUsadsta,^Marthas! of \ . ni ts. editedby S 'Thlirbi I Withall tlMSaBtsrsSl Ihut Is Instin. tm lv feltiii uie pjaaok 1akv ami henaa m theirfasrissnai Htsratara. it ana aaea^aimculi 10 tiiti any satisfa. ph e treat aa onFront h lla-riitnie of the iircsont day. Kssaysand iWaaaea have bsea aaaraidad asthrow inn light on mod. n *YstlSU III- aratursami the htflusncsa t^ which Ihey havebeen sul.je. t 11 is 0 book ..I' more^value thaa a Ids'..ry of the HtaratmO . f^tii. purled) io^i yet, Id addition w.- sssd thehistory. Also the IsMik se.nis 111- pkdeas ii siiiiuis. inaeeauch as set '^.^dapartauaats la ^hi. h tin- Preach hive^dons ssoyllenl wmk are not I res ted al all.Yet II is a Ik lo I..- a etc om ell . ml IIwill lie widely useful. When Hi'inetlei r^work shall appear we hope It will BUpPl -^menl I'elllssl.r ami that In tin- two ^^^shall haee a eomplt ie ami laterestl if siinim.il ^i He praeaai oandMlen ^f this greatliterature. Hutleetter than any trSaUSS on MlefB*^ture are tin- works of the aUtkarS thene^selv.s Anil he-tter than 1 heir arorks is^a bteok that shows the inner llf ^ ^f IBS authorBy far lbs greai.-st Pannea au Ibor..f the present eeiiiury was VI lor^Hugo. It musl lie atlmllletl that Ms .,1;-^ce-lt was greal. Mill tin groMtness of iho^personality that exhibited such great arit-^appn elation is unil.-nialile. In our onin-^iou Intellectuall) he was the greatest bum of the lireselil half e.ntury. Heme a translationt.r ins ^Letters to his hunll toSaintt-lleiive and lo othsfs^ Is a Ik ..Imore than tinlinary value. inningtin- past asends two. grsal inier.st lias beta loll 'ii ibis i imnlry .. id inaaatkasl in iiussi.tn Ntaratara, Ou I Ma aukiaclmany treatises have aapSarsd. 'ti^om- of which is iterni.im utly satisfa nu ^^The latest work, and SsrhnBS the o. t^foi gnu ral view of tin- subject is^tin' - oi Bus si a 11 Hlatarj and Rnaalan Lllerature''by I'rlnee H. rg. \\ olk.'iisk- .^I aaillni Million has uehlo.1 another volumeto Ills s. lies of hooks oil what we maycall geographical lllerature-. ami has^produced an sttrnaares rssa) Baked Lit^criiry Laiulmarks of BMUUS Wliile-Professor Salntsbury ha^ la-en^planning BSl pane pal outlook on Km - p SB literature lie ims lu'l ii' gleetetl bis i.Ill ii.i'i of Banyans aaaratars. in ^X^rrscted^impressions^ he has aanaaakad aersral tssays giving his pr. se ni opinion nf Vlf^lorkUl authors. Nopatiad of Snailsk hlatsri is m .^^fascinating than that which furnish..! I.^the gnal jmm't laureate- the Inspiration for^bis ^ Itlyll of He King.^ Not only the^younf |m'opli. but everylsaly el^e. nr.-^wsys eager for ne w stories from lb. ^!^^main ot Arthur and Merlin. This tine n H^Mr. Jam' s Knowles who has BsPnrad us^with ^Lssjsadl of King Arthur 111 d I! .^Knights. Anattract In i^s.k raWsd ^Irish Klo-^quence^ Is m-ul- up mainly of the speech^^es of Phillips i iirran and flratten. I'm 1 .tl ll lo the be k of I he- teeSlk Is tic 'a- inoussprrrh ol Raaaft Kmmett ii Uts^close of his trial far high trrsson. mI.I.Ii^we predict will he 'he main attract!' I'-mwitchcraft has branded his name with^i' nu uaaissessd sd %m Ha nam '^far In advance of his sge In nearly * erythlngthst st-irsl for progress. TV^work before- tis now once had great 1 -^!^^^'^ ^ e due It mill always ts- siifli^something to the student of hlstorv. Hu*^as a sample of early American Itterutur^In the .lavs ,,f inlusai thought it will^have a lasting aura. Hon for the scholar tuntlajt.irstsiana lo (.rrgsua. TkaIt. A * P. will make a rate of tl00 for round trip, fr'im Untie lo^(Iregsetn ami n turn every Hattirtlay^and Sunday until further notice. Tick-^etc go. .1 going on any passenger train leavinglinn., between 1:00 p. m. Sat^^urday ami :. 1 1 in Sunday. Return^^ing leave liregaem between 11:15 p. ni.^Saturday ami 12:00 o'clock Sunday^night. GOOD DAY'S SPOUT. MeetHow RasMsaakaaasMa v^r^ uriniant PassaaavMhAt West s 1,. pajfj. yesterday another gI tlay's s|m.rt was enjoy d 111 spite ofrather UnplannanJ weathtr for half^a day. Silver How again show.si him^^self a brilliant performer by winning^Iho stake- outright, while the ever reli^^able Sailor canic in for second molt y.^The majority of the courses were of^go. tl length, but a few of the Jacks,^thought all right, so, me-d to be sick or^off The last four or five- BUtUTUSa were^run 1 ff kB walking up Jacks In tka^Held as the gooil ones in the- corral^we re used up. In the course with Mon^^ster. Ilalsy Melle-was out of In k M^^sttr would ncl hstl well ami leilsy^dragged herself to death. They wei^slipped to a grsal pair and ran a course^of about a mile, which Daisy won wl'h^ease. Then th- Utile spitfire got after^am ther. In which she ran a Ma. This^ctsiked h r goose for Hist or second, as^Silver Bow heat lor easily, hut there^ate many win. believe lliat t lo little^wot,hi tan beat Tom Crapp's crack.^Silver Bow got off quits easily, but that^was due lo his wonderful Bated and .^I cleverness as much as to his luck In ]^' getting easy hares. Kasy or hard the^tin not Hve I. tig I., fore this great dog,^The final, as predicted, fell between^Sudor and Mirer How. A Montana^White tailed Jack hail been marked^down b fore Hie last course anil was^Jumped and head..! r|K|,t to r.rd the^stand. As the big Jack broke away^adtk Iho lazy stride of his kind, gn at^w, 1 the hopes of a really gnat course,^but unfortunately the slips broke so !^that the d. gs 11. re start, tl with the^' slips on. and ran yoked together. Luck^^ily IPX bar.- went to ground and tin- dngadid not hun taemsslvsa as tkey . 11 a in ly WOUkl have dona If they had overhauled their Quarry. The slips wre t|,ilt kly repaired and another Jin k^which bail been murk^.I down and was^I ht'ieved to !^e a Montana screamer,^was hunt.-d up. It proved to b only a^fao Idaho jack ami Silver Bow won^qultf handily. The Judging Of James Davey and I^slipping of James Ayt.s were entirely^satisfactory Following are the re^^sults. Fust101,ml Silver Bow beat Black^Daisy. Hot Tatnale beat llandspriB|^Daisy i' lie licat Young Spokane hfoo^^tid beat Silver Dick; Telephone beat^Mischief Ben Curia lical Slouch. Sail^^or li.a' Qtpsy Qneei tuange Blossom^beat Swift. Fustti.s Mirer Baa beat Hot Ta- | male-.Daisy K.-ll b al Monster; lien Curiabael Ttltpkont; Ballet baa) tu^^ange Blossom Baml-BnaJasii\ir Ben paai Daisy | Belli Sailor beat Baa Crin. FinalT Crnnp'a siiv. r Hon bnal -I n.1111. it s Sailor and won first money,^I2ii. Sailor s. cond tin. .1 Rasa' Ben Co^^sta third. |7..'.ll; J. Yms Daisy Bi ll.,^fourth. Thefuneral of W. J Mi aghe r w ill Ink.^place Ibis afternoon at 2 o'clock from Dtapjea'aandsrtskasa room CHANCED FOR THE WORSE.^Itoi the Iteipiml lot Troops II.o. Heen Bssaasa. sitirakt Aug ^^ a sp.t iai in tka^Republic from Hllkworo, III., says Ikt^situation at CudtatB inlno Is ihang^d^for lie worse. Strikers have arrived^there all day from different aolnia un^^til sun linn are iln re and l.imu win be^Btaeenl by to-morrow morning. A BUIU- ptt of arraata ..f atrtasrs arere made last night. The pusri warsoroiight h^ro for trial.^One miner Irani Mount Ottve was^bound over la k tp tka penne. This bus landed'^incite Ike strikers, a a amber ofsmall apktS ami dilti' nil l^s OtunrlUd^In-day To night Ikt sherllf has an^armid force of ant. Kvery striker Is^aimed with a short st it k or club ami In^aoditlon those so far arrested bjBVU^been found lo ke arnttd with revolvers.^Th ri t|Ut si of the she, Iff to OoeSTBJOT Tnnnaefor state leanni bus kani re* fusedop the ground Ihat tka sheriff has Hot exhausted Ills losoun.s Deathlit the smitten. Chester |'a . Aug. IV^Wallace- Camie-^1 Im-11 of New York, known .is - MTnBl Da^Forrest.^ an actor, elletl suddenly at the^j Pennsylvania r tllrnatl station Hits after.^I boon. Death was BUS to pneUBBBUBB liigruloiiMt.iiKli^h sbtipkeeper. AiiKngll-b sh..pkoe|sr ear. fully^wat^ ket 1 he atrtk announce meats in the^dally pnpart . .t ry morning. By th h Iin.ans he is able to know Ikt birthday^of practieaiiy every rkIM In tin t mm* ti, \- Ii pan ills an- Ilk' ly i . indulge ineapenaiva Mrtkday praotnla. The^dab d oath 1 hll-l's birth, luajetkar^with the address of its parents, h- carefullywrlasa doara m a huge Mta, 'whl. h be t ails his birthday t han By^re felling t^ this chart h^- HBSWa when^his ^ oithful client's birthday Is ap-^pi .aching ami a resjpla Of ilays bsfurt1^hand In- semis Iho parents carefully so^^le, tid spaaaaaana of gifts suitable i . the 1hlltls sge. It hardly ever happens^that his stock Is rcturm-d without a se^^lection Isslng made, as the re dht-rs 1 n-^I d.lightetl with Ins thoughtful!^^ihat Ihey hav n't the heart t . re buff^him. eece*e*^^^**^e*e**e*^*^e* j...Shirt Waist Event... | PRAHMAN'Si %v%-a^'s,%cisv%.%n 100Shirt Waists, worth 75c, at 150Shirt Waists, worth $1.25, at i *jj 200 Shirt Waists, worth S2 00, at AllNew (iDods, this season's purchase. 35cX a i 50c75c 1YOU MUST COnE AT ONCE S i i Inorder to qjet your siz:. PrahmanDry Goods Co. t lOSNorth Main Street. Butte. OWSLEYBLOCK Thispapular Instlluttoa offers ansurpastad raclHtlca 'o me-n and women seek-^...^ a thorough and practical Business. Shorthand ..r Normal Education. Patulty^1 ..ni|m)se.l of e|Kht . jem ri. n.-eel i. o h. rs. eaeh An^ parileularry fitted for the de-^ajsrtnsaal kt Mat Klapantly furnlsheel r.stms Two shorthand teachers. Ths^l.irgesl ami kasl tsjulppad at bool in ths Btata. FALL TKRM nPKSH 8KPT I.^W, Put full Inform.tit.in ..ill ^^n at o '.lri--A. K. Rli'K. l*roprletor. KslabllshetlIMSI New Coll. ge Journal free. eeeeeee eeeeteet ete ee a eeeeee soeesse-eeseeee eee-eoe-ee** i^^a^^^ _ flor.^emen AttendinK the Butte Meetinj: will And it to their \ advantage to send tis their work ; every facility for repairing, and \ a full Hm of SULKY TIRES in stock. * *^\ l!t West iHuatlvvilv, I Bttttd,MMtaaatX A.J. DARCH: i eeaeeee^eoeeeee^e^^e^tee'eee eeee ssee-eeee a^4 GoodThings ONSALE MONDAY. 'M riirlalii Sumpl s in line Nottingham Lace- effects, 2 I. yds st^long. 4^ In (in Inches v. hit . would be . heap at lor, our quick atlling 0 pikanj 15c,20c and 25c each Com. htonda) ami K' l I Pritchard-Harrison Carpet Co. i ACorner Turk ni Main Streets, Butte. m tj%^evvnyUj, ejyayn^an/nva^ ^k^ %Jkeji^%ani^%ajj^^4j^ v for Irishmen, but lat ine.strestlahle lse..k tUI r^general history il Ati' ii-^^Am^ri. an 1st it.s ami^by I ion.lid Q, Mil' BSD^t ^ style of the- mew ve-ll-^IteV'Ties of a llacheloi- thepatrons of tlr I'.u te^in.it- .0 iiualntaiu ^ n id^Irsdlnt AsastiSaa authors s.Yd thek ^i Americans Proiably ll^written on the 1 canMteautare 1 I.otters, i'-'l !^^^Tti^ ^ harm ^i '^ersMc author ol^'.s we II known b^library. II'-^many W. 1 II Un MAJESTIC Btl Piaiisi!ar RANGES, TlirPeaiumllar snelM. t'lslr CookStovjs ThidKreiieli pM Tlllilo, 1 (ll.it'lop 11 MWtdoeik, hiajkly poniaayd, litisdlaHNW in side,^$4.50 Otik1'arlur Tlblci from $1 tip. This inaln^|sany finished^li'ix-ker, leather seat,^lare^e anus and^)^uck handsomely^earved, $2.00 KennedyFurniture Co. ^ ^'J^1 Furniture,Stoves, Crockery, Etc OurFALL I'.l.ANKKTS ami COMKOUTs fife nokr fti sample. STORAGE STORAGE dngof his SUhJoe t i-..ii-^^ ' . 1 Ik of r r- thoroughknot* tributeto mile'^cellene. lr. ,\|' Tyfctr has alroade ^ I tanthe full, si history of American r .-^loalal history In two substantial vol.^umes. With 'i^il fullness he has on^begun to treat ^f 'The Uterary Hlatory^of the Atnerl. ^1 Re-volutioa.^ The first^volume, slraady issusd. eh-v.etes more- tbaa^jot srtsvo 1 - ^^ 'he liit-reiiui. ..t^ye^rs. rajg-ITTa ll Is a valuable- coiiinb'i-^tlon. ma only i^ Ameneiin litera^^to Aasert. i.n history, und the- stan'.t: :^work of its kind. foil M.tth.rs ^Mugnalta CkrlaU^;.merle ana '- ^^^ ^f the ear^of our literature. The erudition of lh\^Mt.ther was a wonder to his rentes^rar|.s. V-t '- 1.1 tion with th- di- TheWoman,^The Man, AiThe Pill. Shewas a Rtxxl woman. He^loved her. She was kit wile.^The pie waa gcxxl, his wife^made it; he Bta it. But the^pic tl i.-ree'l with him, and^he disagreed with his wife.^Now he takes a pill after pie^snd is happy. So is his wife.^The pill he takes is Ayer'a. Moral:Avoid dyspepsia^by using Ayer's tharticPills. a%af^^s RACENEWS tpfULLAND COMPLETE RKPOKTS^^ Mch day of the Butte meeting; also^^^f the principal events un the Eastern^Tracks, will Ih^ found in TheAnaconda Standard f^ ^ ^ . e . ' 1 ^.i