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EUROPEAN CANALS
EBIS SYNDICATZ SEBURE CON
T2OL OF WATERWAY.
RUN BY ELECTRICAL ENERGY
Will Land Goods at English Inland
Towns-Now Merely a Question of
Securing the Consent of the
British Parliament.
(By Associated Press.)
London, Jun. 14.-One of the most Im
portant of American commercial enter
prises in Europe has just culminated
here.
It consists in the securing of all water
routes for American cargoes for grain
and other commodities from iniand ports
in the United States to inland ports 1i
Europe and embraces the purchase by
American capital of several British and
other canals.
Frank W. Hawley, vice-president of
the Erie Canal Traction cnmpany, has
been on this side several months quietly
securing concessions for the operation
of European canals by electricity. The
Erie concern today secured control of
about I000 miles of canals in England
and on the continent. As a result car
goes will shortly be shipped on the camne
bill of lading from Duluth. Minnesota, to
Brussels, Ghent and Cologne, and later
to many points in the United Kingdom,
France, Germany and Italy.
The power plants will be erected with
American capital, though their control
will nominally emnal in Ilritish hands.
Mr. Hawley said today to a retorter:
"Yes, it is true that the tracti in com
pany is making considerable progress in
securing all-water routes by ele tricaily
operated canals through Europe. I can
not tell you the names of the English
canals which will figure in parliament.
Get Conscent of Parliament.
There are in the United Kingdom
1188 miles of canals, owned by 'ailroads
which do not make a very good filnancsal
showing; but 2768 miles of English
canals independent of raliroats show
earnings of £729 per mile, which are
greater than those shown by many
American railroads.
However, we have been able to get
control of only a portion of those, be
cause their operation and maintenance
expenses are over 70 per cent of their
gross receipts. The largest canals in
England, vix: the Ttirminghmmn. (irannl
Junction, Leeds anit Liverpool, Oxford
and Bridgewater, are not far removed
from the sources of electric power sup
ply, at least nothing like so far 'emoved
as the canal at Oakland, California,
where the power is transmitted from the
Yuba river a distance of 140 miles.
Therefore, it Is merely a question of
getting the necessary consent of parlia
mant for the conveyance of this electric
energy before the English canals will he
equal to the canals of America and fiel
gium. where electric energy has re
sulted in increased facilities."
CALIFORNIA FRUIT CROP.
Seems to Be a Shortage in Oranges
This Year But Quality Good.
(By Associated Press.)
Los Angeles, ('al., Jan. 14.-The follow
ing summary of the orangt' crop is Hrd,'
by the Express:
Southern California will ship a lot n
of 20,000 cars of fruit during the prey
ent season. The new crop is expected
to fail short more than 4000 cars ol the
output last year. The estimated ship
ment of vegetables will aggregate .0()C
cars.
The fligures quoted were gather-*1 by
the Trans-Continental railroad cnam
panics, with headquarters in Los An
geles, and are considered reliable.
Frost has not damaged oranges umn to
this time, but the new crop of sumnnel
lemons will be short. Last season the
total shipments aggregated 24,531 cars of
citrus fruits. Oranges this year are
smaller in size, a fact to which nearly
all of the shortage is stated to be due.
Shipments of the new crop to Satur
day aggregated 3233 cars as against
3299 cars for the same time last year.
The new crop is of a superior quality
and the acreage this year is the largest
in the history of the industry in Ibis
section.
Present prices are considered f:,irly
high, with indications for an excellent
market.
COLORED CENTENARIAN DYING.
Be Well Remembers the Death of
George Washington.
(By Associated Press,)
New York, Jan. 14.-Peter Lee, who
has heen in the employ of the Stevens
famnilkgIf Castle Point, lloboken, N. J.,
SHere's
Something
For
Nothing
$1 Worth Merchandise Free
With every $5 purchase
$2.00 Worth Goods Free
With every $10 purchase
$3.00 Worth Goods Free
With every $15 purchase
$4.00 Worth Goods Free
With every $20 purchase
$5.00 Worth Goods Free
With every $25 purchase
trans & Klein
upwards of 100 years, is dying at Castle
Point.
'The date of his birth is somewhat un
certain, but it I probably in 1796 or
1796. He was born in Hobokun of slave
parents, the property of Col. John
Stevens.
He became free In the course of years,
but only once was he separated from the
Stevens family. He declared he remem
bers the general mourning for the death
of (lorge Washington, in December,
1799.
He can recall the days preceding steam
navigation when horse boats furnished
the most advanced method of transpor
tation across the Hudson river,
WAS A BAD JOKE.
Russian Prince Says Dr. Ular's Ex
posure Is Not True.
(13y Associated Press.)
London, Jan. 14.-1'rince lTkhtomaky,
hedrl of the ltusso-Chinese bank, has
decluted the three alleged secret docu
maitts tn'nOmnletted to the Tim- a Jan
uary 8 by Dr. ITilar, a prominent stu
I-nt of CIhinjeu affairs, to be "a butt
Joke fritmn buginning to end."
1Dr. 1'lar umalntaloe the authen l ity of
thesp documents and has challenged
Prince I khtonasky to bring the mitter
bi'Tfre arbitrators.
T),' documents referred to ,"'nt to
trov'e the existence of a bargain nego
liateb by the tatl LI Hung Ch'etg and
iius i:t, through the medium of Prince
I'khtomalky, tinder the terms o' which
thu 1itxPr movement was to Ie turned
aginttst the otreigners.
Jttuasiit engeag'td to protctt the atiprttsM
tlownger against the western ptwe'rs in
,-,torn for the power to occupy Man
'huria anil a free hand in Meoeugil.
FORGERY CHARGED
BANK PRESIDENT OF BEAUMONT,
TEXAS, UNDER ARREST.
CHARGES ARE ONLY TECHNICAL
Mr. Withers Claims That He Is Merely
the Victim of the Venom of Another
Banker; That There Ia Noth
ing Wrong.
(13y Asseintedi P'ross.)
Kansas ('ity. Mi)., Jan. II.- .1. Ii. With
ors, lsretsident of the American:u National
hank of ilenumiont, 'Texas, until r'eec ntly,
It at the Midland hiots in, the custully of
a Unite! Stattiu marislxa who 1la e d hint
(o( (hr :rrest last Saturday upon a (hargae
of forgery of about 429,000 worth of note'U
rusn 490111 wotenth of stock of the First Na
t ((((l libank of lows.
11e is also surd to he under indli tmenl
at liQeurnont on in state 'harge. 1,lx
arrest here was upon a wurrunt Issued
by the United States commissioner in
lBeaumont.
'Tlhe sirr't has been kept seer't bl
c ause Wllhers has hooni trying to adjust
matters lit lIknuntant by telegraph.
Marshal [hI (1hai1 left town 'ntinledi
ately alter W it hits' threat, for Jopli,l ,
where the foderni mourt Is in session, his
deputles taking tho' responslbbity for
k'"' ing the arrest se'ret.
Charges Are Technical.
Withers is regist (r'l tit the Midland
as Jlion it. Withers and one. 110 is in a
loom with it deputy marswhal.
At an (lrly hour this mornitg he said:
"'There is no shortage in ilh( bank and
the' charges against me tre mnwrely tech
nical. I organized the hank it yeur (go
and wits its probette.
"We had iome' dulIfclully and I withdrew
from the hank three weoktt ag',. Sev
erul months ago, I hadl trouble wtt h an
other billker who runs .g btlik In Sher
inunn, Texas.
"'1 had it In for me for political rea
sons and I got a letter it few ii:.ys ago
informing mi that the state bank of
Bleaumont had been requested to make
an investigation of the Am'erl'ian Na
ltinal and that the investigation had
leets instigated by my enemy,
"I got telegrams from four directors
of the hank today, who tell me that
there is no shortage and they hat'e the
best of feeling toward me."
ACTORS PAY FOR POSITIONS.
Man in Pittsburg Took This Method
of Staging Play.
(By Ass cabtid Press.)
Pittsburg, JTan. 11 --1: nuni 1 Plalmor,
also known ti John 1':iy Paimer, of
Boston, was ari'-sted hero today as a
suspicious character. Two weeks ago
he registered at the St. Chiarles Hotel
and advertised for stage people in the
dally papers.
The applicants wore told that he had
a play, written by himself, known as
"The Egyptian." This he intended to
put on the road and woo It necessarily
have to coach his company. He made
each applicant pay $10, then $40 more,
and $50 more was to be taken out of their
salaries while on the road.
Palmer had a list of about fifty women
and a few men from whom he had re
ceived about $1000. He told the otileers
that, being a poor man, 1,e tail, this
method of staging his play; that he had
lived up to hbl agreement with the peo
ple contracting with him and intended
starting out on the road with his play
within a week.
OVERISSUE OF MINING STOCK.
Books of the C. K. N. Company to Be
Investigated by Experts.
(By Associated Press.)
Colorado. Hprings, Cola.. J.t.i. It.-. A
sensation in mining stock circles was
created today by the announcement that
the C., K. & N. Gold Mining company
had been victimized by overissue of
shares. President (. A. C. Duer and
Directors W. H. McIntyre and Harry
Hutchinson confirm the report, but claim
that the overissue will not exceed 160,000
shares.
The books of the company were today
turned over to the Colorado Title & Trust
company to he examined. W. Y. Brent,
woh now resides in Chicago, was secre.
tery of the company in 1895 and 1896,
He was succeeded by Judge J. L.
Semmes, who recently died.
The C., K. & N. stock has been ac
tively traded in as a prospect for several
years. In the present slump it is sell
ing around 3 cents. The stock will be
dropped from the exchange list pending
lnvestigartle,
WITHOUT PARALLEL
r;NDON TIoES KAKES OWU 4
CASE AGAINST GERMANS.
SCATTERED ON THE STREETS
Newspapers Deprecate Times Arti 1h
as Unwise and Say That No Gedd
Can Come of Setting English and
and German Peoples by the Ears.
(By Associated Press.)
London, Jan. 14.-A remarkable arti
cle appears in the Times under the Nap
tion, "Literature of German Anglophe
bla," recounting the character of the
anti-British cartoons which have ap
peared in the German newspapers, which
the Tutnes says, "in coarseness, obscenity
and venom are without a parallel In
modern times."
The wisdom of the pubilcation of the
articles at this Juncture is nu-ch ques
tioned. The Star says: "The Times to
day, of all days, hbeWin, a series of arti
tcis on the offensive (i''rman caricatures.
Ev' ry newspaper ha;c long been aware
of thewe eatrIatures, but the respouns
b jc jmrnz l' have not advcrtiled, those
Intit isnimply htcnuSe no gtoo coulri be
done by w'ittzig the Britith and merman
p 'eple by tN ears.
Hounding coward an Abyss.
''Phe Tlilin oought lio hesialaI lWt-oie It
;dr. Are our plllii'ic'lxtH dead? Casnnot
they see the. i lyaa tnwirils wlhi~h they
air' haiiiuilag thin long wily' ring on
Phi ' l'imes artic'le Hmiys: p'Ph' peilirs
u'u'i'yw n''re, at I hii att it oii of' lie sitate
leg. If(- rvae liit~iily obliged tolren
''Neither ar'e th,.e pajwrs iiiiirymoua.
Ii ieu of iii' ilil inlfe IctoN (f till, inti
llet, 'Phe lo, i' War,' bn':ia' oil th' title
iii the ltt1'rai'' unil rtistitcr wourld i' Get'e
iltuily.
ft Ihe' filth wIhr'hi Its eulttired airtilli
lild w1 liii'rs venture I' o lauy In lite Itsi
Some Filthy Cartoon3.
"Bulishideu ihliuzik iiit tiei'llriiiulittd ae
i''obbillg the ili'rlC ii . 'Oli''XilorrIIIhti~itr.
s 'tal lii coac ii' d'lollic il t ii as ' a c:t Iii'r-1
touma etitledli, 'II iii r 'uii The I heln
th i I 'i'liii'i oi Wa lixs and ill'- youngr
ln'i"ceesi by heri mide, Is dlc oril ingi t
ally: "Tin ln'~iigh ir~noees il'''oruinhg
'''hei ieit'iduit iernwiath reaiui' textui
ally: ''I'll l nilich lii'ilI'eCX .li'r' ti':u i'
lhi' yiiilgu'lst Claii'i ;n l ii'iis at11 1 ii ;
I longhl otily III. he- hasi .Ch~itu'uttf y abuse)~
rl'ii horI net
MRILD CARRIED AWAY.
Bold Attempt at Kidnaping a Young
Girl Frustrated.
(ily Assnitated Piresi.)
Wjrkelety, (':iI., Jan. tI. -W hile returtt
ing ito helr hime in Oakland, after having
mnude a few purchases at a groterv store,
12-year-old Fitjenie Whitt wnao caried
away in a wagon and later was left,
hiund iand and fojtt, in a vacant lot.
Thii- Child was found about iurn hour
later but It titias sin,- time before -iho
regitntitd iunttjt iousni is.
She says that ahilae talking along the
street she was attacked front ithind by
a tnusked mutt who had atRty hair.
i-titth-ring hert Hstrtimts, he th iw, ber
into it wagon and started off. The child's
shna. were unlaeiid, and used to hii; her
hands and feet. She aas left th tn, the
jiolije believing the matt was fr -htanefI
away from his intended victinm.
She was badly brutst id eviently frotm.
roitu handling, but otherwise was unip
Jured.
Will Be Tried Next Week.
(Hy Assuejaitd Press.)
New Yorkj, JItn. it.--Albert T. Patrick,
who is to be tied next week on the
charge oit mutrdering William Marsh
v:.."vFs~d'P{ýS-,W wi ý..2- + ý " t~~' ºv~~t"
rý l
I ýs ° u' 1
Can te O ne Mae It
Rice, was brought before Justice eBach
in special terms of the saupreme court on
an adjourned writ of habeas oorpus ob
tained in December by his qounsel. It
was aranged that his trial would begin
January 13, but it was decided to post.
pone it until next Monday.
SPANISH ANASRCISTS ACTIVE.
Much Agitation Among the Andalusian
Agricultural Workers.
(1ly Assaciated Press.)
London, Jan. 14.- The Madrid carre*
spondent of the Times says anarchist
Saritators appear to be again active in
Andalusia, not only in the towns, but
among the agricultural workers.
It is stated that at a secret meeting
of a laborers' association in Jeres it was
proposed that the property of the prin
cipal land owners be burned.
The members of the committee of the
asMaciatiun in question have been ar
rested.
RANCH WAS ROBBED.
Billings Farmer Makes a Losing While
Absent From Home.
(Special to Inter Mountain.)
Billings, Jan. 14. - Robbers secured
ihout 8100 worth of property from the
irnnh hous' of J. (1. 111g. three miles
jesit of Billings, Saturday night. The
oiwner wa' away fi ot the house at the
tile at it neighbolr's penrdlig the night.
When he returned Sunday morning he
found that a rise, overcoat, new suit
if t' lt'che, siome she p pelts an I sundry
ahtites had been stolen.
He itmimediately cams.- to town and a p
pris i the police and shhrlff. A aeaclh
Is hidi g maiae `or the gu ty nan.
ELEVATOR BURNED
IT WAS FULL TO ITS CAPACITY OF
MALTING BARLEY.
BELONGS TO A TRUST COMPANY
'icemen Had to Work to a Great Dis
advantage Owing to the Great
Height of the Building-Was
Fully Insured.
114y AssocuiLed Press.)
('hi i.igo. Jun. lt.- 1 loass -t invltite<'.I
nearly V t1),00 waa uause.d jby a fire
01,1t l r kc out at 1:171o'tlout. this mtorn
my} in th." ltl.it of thlt J. W . \Well brtit a nt
it the . meri an Mlmting t:tipany. Ti
property In tituatad at Fifty -st (ndth
street arts the I'anhalulle railrm~id tracks.
The ,ir, stalted in th' elevator, a groal
structure ILO feet high, covering .an ar-s
;110 by 200 feet antd having a :iini-ity
of :100,oifl bush(. s of grain.
It etas illied, wvitht bai y ulmorst to Its
i:1a.it ty. Thes butildink and its conttentr;
It :titnat t a iital lu':s. Just south of
the t ivator iare' tleL PatLth tidle's fritight
)i ai wain l t t -ti- utiist of the ii te t--re
'-ns tit lout. ii .'ii'i(tt to a vait amount oi
Firemen In Danger.
iTh." iburning ttevgi-tut stent it gre htitiut
chill i -lit light of i htet si i' rai of aitit
ii su-i-rri'd Iut'iiit h!foilt il in strenuous
eI r tutig it the ei at . u ll' t -gi lt t at'i
tciay Iiti ittti actw of igto.t -tn.
lIt tiil itunit ' y eaeiti l o i' art illy h t c t -
t tas itit, for ui ital l it i-i t aL otlhit
41estroyi"d adjloining I11 , n te alor' was :i
tiikl iiui tory on L tie- i nest iowiieit b)' J.
A. Wellt-. reai taa uo is iurt mthde to
pr'iteat this plant, biiiiIt itait wa i somwhat
damacigedt.
Firemen in Danger.
Enan the roof of this faten's' the firt
leon f'oaght t~h * ;lames In tlht elevator,
but ti- y v rktd at great distdvaniage,
u it o 1O-ste grial heighi of the damn';
. \Wh!en the ttamtesi brokt through tilt
,unr tihe el;"vattor, large she tx of laun
!fiat's feltl irmi tl;"h - bu ling and giiat
I; curl "d to the diange:" of t1''ficat1tell.
'T ll fe . l he 'tt !tn phteti tt it red hot anti
thter- rus sufticient hanze to thrown them
tie it of the budl~dne., atriangei-ng, ill(
Ilves nP the inten wyorking near.
TIh, Ant:riritn Mu~ltling conslpalny
I ought the eltevato° %%it) the J. W4.11
palliteg thtint at the tihne the trus1 trait
f,1oruuw l'out' years agu,
The toniPully owns several other {tinnii
in I hiiago tead many moure at other
points In the West and stinm: in the Ea:;st.
IIt <;weis 1insurance in all the pr'op
ef tv and it Is helloed the loss will Ill
fully entveted.
N1 VI'1TN ll AM1, I*'liiand.--ý;ampison's
are lint ory), th." Invreg st oni: here, has
btcln destroytd by fire. The clainag' Is
over c £ 10,000.11
THE ONLY ONE PAPER
That Cover, the Entire
Local Field is the........
Inter Mountain
IF YOV put a Want ad. in this paper,
you reach all 2utte for one cent a
word; to cover Mutte in the mornin ,you
hate to ae. tWo papers, co.,tiny you double
What it costs to coder the field its the
qfternoon > > 3 ! 9 9
NEWS STORIES BRIELY TOLDf
FRANKFOURT, Ky.-The senate unan
Imrnusly adopted Senator Burton's reso
lution commending Admiral Schley and
inviting him to address the general as
e mnbly.
('LECVELAND.-An ordinance was
passed in the cit ycouncil over Mayor
Johnson's veto to bond the city $700,000,
the money to be used t: purchase a site
for a m-nw city hall building.
WASHINGTON.-Minister Wilson at
Santiago de Chile has cabled the secre
tary at state that the government of
thiU' has adopted the extradition treaty
as submitted by the government of the
t'nit'd States.
SIEATTLE.-Direct postal money or
ditt' transactions between the United
States and China have been made pos
sible by a recent arrangement of the
postoflice department with Consul Gen
eial tioodnow, at Shangha.
liiItflN.-The Prussian syndicate
(which negotiated the previous govern
ment loans has concluded the new 8 per
cant loans of 300,000,000 marks, of which
Prussia issues 11Ii,000.000 and the efn
pire 185,000.000. The syndicate takes the
Jlaus at 82.2 and issues thet at 89.80.
NASH-tVILLE, Tenn.-Mme. Nurdica
lies arrived here and appears to be suf
f"*ring no inconvenience in consequencd
of the shake up she received in the
Southern railway wreck at itone, Ga.
The d, iila is slightly bruised about the
shoulders, but the injury is apparently
iu nconequential.
W AS] iINti ')N.-Secretary Hay and
Lord Pauncefole, the British amnbassa
d(r. have slgaied a protocol extending
for one year' the time allowed British
coloinjies to adhere to the treaty entered
Into between the United Staes and
(hual iBritaii, midlning the rights of in
loritanc.' of their subjects.
Southern Hotel.
Soup--Vermicelll.
Hroil-Pork spare ribs and sauerkraut
Itmast-Prime cut of beef, brown
gravy; leg of mutton with dressing.
Entrees-L amb friccasee, with garden
pros, etewed beef and German noodles,
IF)lnti n baked pork and beans, baked
n!. a; ph*c.
i-ar uobler, lemon sauce.
Veg,'tables--Stewed potatoes, stewed
Iurnips, pickle beets.
Sp**vloliles at 4:30 p. m.-Hot ro!s,
'el'sltak, Hamburger, with mush
Pt ikle pigs' feet, bologna sausage, cold
beef, hlm, cornbeef, mutton and pork.
pork.
FOR SALE.
10,000 shares of the Butte Mine Explora
lion Co., which is working the Pacilic
Mine, at 20 cents per share. Address
W. SUTTON,
Best Bit Cigars b for 50 Cents.
Itvery hit eigar-5 for 50c-at Burke &
i4trobel's, 51 West Broadway.
Southern Hotel.
Meals 21c each and rooms 25c, 50c and
75.' extra. The best dinner in Mon
tana f1or Ie. c Ian Tewey, proprietor.
Kum-(-Me-In the heart of the city,
on all street lines from depots.
(lark's Cruise of the "Celtic," the
largest ý;teamer ?In the world. To the
MFDITERRANEAN and the ORIENT,
FI'ittlAitY 8, 74 DAYS, $400 AND UP.
Including Shore Excursions, Hotels,
Drives, &e. 18 days in Egypt and the
Holy Land. CLATtK'S EXCURSION
TO EUJItOPE, 1902. Send for programs.
F. t. CLARK, 111 Broadway, N. Y.
PERSONAL.
HI'l IREGtS OiQ' 22 SUMMERS, WITH
$100,000 worth of coal mines, timber
lands, plantations and money, wants
husband's protection and advice at
once. Address Susie E., Drawer H.,
Chicago, Ill.
MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED-THE ATTENTION OF THE
public; Banner Employment Agency
removed to 26 West Broadway, room 42,
Butte.
HELP WANTED.
ENGINEERS LICENSE-MECHANICS,
Engineers, Firemen, Electricians, etc.;
40-page pamphlet containing questions
asked by Examining Board of En
gineers; sent free. G3eo, A. Zeller,
publisher, room 278, 18 S. Fourth street,
St. Louis, Mo.
LOST.
LOST-BUNCH OF KEYS, REAR OF
Gamer's shoe store. Return to this
office and receive reward.
ASSAYER.
A. B. ROMBEtUiER, ASSAYER AND
chemist. Ruccessor to Carnee A Mad4,
108 North Wyochlls Stree.
FURNISHED ROOMS.
FOR RENT - TWO FURNISHED
rooms for housekeeping, 525 S Main.
FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS
for housekeeping. 203 North Crystal,
corner Granite.
FOR RENT-2 FURNISHED ROOMS,
$14. 214 North Jackson street.
FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS;
steam heat; all modern conveniences.
Gay & Grady block, 7 West Mercury
street.
COLLECTIONS.
BUTTE ADJUSTMENT COMPANT
collects bad bills. Trn t. 115 N. Mats.
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT - MODERN FLAT. IN
quire G. E. Dailey, with M. J. Con
nell Co.
FOR :ENT-4-ROOM HOUSE; CLOSE
in. Inquire Evans, this offce.
I`OR RENT-A 6-ROOM HOUSE. IN
good order, on Railroad avenue near
Blacktoot Lumber company. East M-r
cury street, and a 4-room house fur
nished, 718 South Montana street. See
W. W. Chapman, at offce, or home. No.
23 West Granite street, No. 711 South
Montana street.
FOR RENT-2-ROOM HOUSE UNFUR
nished. Inquire 632 Colorado street.
PASTURE FOR RENT-FINE FEED
ing field for horses, on reasonable
terms. For particulars write Fred
Hopp. Willis, Mont.
PALMIST.
MAZIE, PALMIST AND CARD) READ
er. Readings 50c. 311 West Park.
BUSINESS CHANCES.
FOti SALE-CONFLCTIONARYCIGAR
store and bakery, only $380; good loca
Lion; five room; in connection. Call
and see It. Chas. L. Smith & Co., No.
33 West Granite street.
FOR SALE-6-ROOM FURNITURE:
house for rent. Inquire Oeschl, 124
West Park.
FLOWERS-MONTANA GROWN CAR
nations 50c dozen. State Nursery Co.,
47 West Broadway.
CRYSTAL SPRINGS - MUSIC DAY
and night. Stage leaves four times a
day, - a. m., 2 p. m., 5 p. m., 8 p. m.
Day time stage 25e round trip. 8 o'clock
stage free. C. Langlols, proprietor.
JOHN N. OLSON, TEACHER OF VIO
lin and Mandolin. Leader of Olson's
Orchestra. 13tte.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN-LARGE OR SMALL
sums. Jackman & Armitage Company.
37 North Main street.
MONEY LOANED ON CHATTELS
and time checks. Butte Chattel Mortm
gage company. 22 North Main.
MONEY TO LOAN, BY MUTUAL
Loan & Savings association. Apply
at No. 15 West Broadway.
LOANS-MONEY TO LOAN AT a PER
cent; no delays. Hall Bros., 46 East
Broadway. Butte.
Look t T
A 28-room lodgLg b ssi3hai West
Broadway, must be, s.lj..t .e, owner
leaving town.
$2,300
Clear from $150 to $200 monthly. 0. W.
ROBBIE. 8 West Broadway, upstairs.
W.1 H WIN1tRS
Real estate, rentals, nmrtgage
loans and general Insurance
agency. 22-24 Owsley Eloc.:. 'Phone
717-M.
FOR SALE.
800 modern brick a nd frame
dwellings and tencments in de
sirable locations at reduced
prices.
FOR RENT.
65 modren brick and frame
dwellings and tenements in ac
ceptable locations at reduced
rentals.
MONEY TO LOAN.
$100,000 to loan on improved real
estate securtly. Lowest rate of in
ter e t.
W. II. WINIIIRS

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