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MENOF FINANCE MAKE CHANGES
&aNDREW J. DAVIS.
Mr. Davis Was Re~-Elected President of the First National Bank
Yesterday.
Andrew J. D)avis was re-elected Iresl
dent of the Ii'st National bank at a
nmeeting of the s.tockholders of that con
cern held last night. Other t fIl."r:,
chosen were as follows:
Vice president-J. A. Tatlbhtt.
Cashier-W. It. Wi. Vrick.
Assistant cashlir--(. StevI\'sni,
Andrew J. I vis. .J. A. 'Tlath lt,
James W. Forlls, John E. Davis and J.
E. (;aylord were named as trustees for
the ensuing year.
Changes at the Silver Bow.
Yesterday was elect.ion (day ai t th.
Silver liow Nat;lonal also, and thrc.
were somne changes in the directoy.
TFhomi ast It. I ~i!di tiani his rlc1ut I.a; i
dent n lliils, n of lWlo'III I. ' \hl NI1\Ym, no
;I reiiiieitl i Nets Yiizk City.
tI'hr netr- of P IC. I..wni, \V. 'o Lin
ati Itht Ihiini rI It. i Irisr o , 'I.
ntI';iyi1"tl II.ar.Ltngiiin
C aishler. hIIa Lt -ti rvilli. i
t ile S .Itn v -. M Vv
INTERIETINI NEWS FROM DILLON
SOME FAT BEEF.
Cattle Buyers Arrive in Bunches
Other News Notes.
(Special to inter Mountain.)
Dillon,, Jan. 15.-Big Hole'ltasin parties
say that the beef steers of that section
are already being contracted for and
that nearly 3000 head of prime grass fed
cattle have been purchased. IBuyerl4 are
in that section at present from Seattlt,
Omaha and Anaconda. At present there
is about a foot of snow In tllh bhuin on
the level.
Charles Gooch, who came In :r',m
Lemhli junction yesterday with 54 head
of the Gooch & Cohn cattle which hI his
sold to John Wenger of Anaconda, save
that a buyer from Seattle, rellresentilng
Cotten Bros., was In the Lemhl valley a
few days ago and purchased 150 hea i of
fat cattle from the rallchers of that seo
tion, paying on an average $45 per. h :it
for them.
A game of basket ball has been ar
ranged for Saturday night betweeol a
team from Butte and the! Dillion teanml,
whiclh is the chumpion of thel tllhree teurns
of the town.
Five-year-old Rena Emerson, a tiieo
of IMrs. Frank Conway of this place, dit.l
in Virginia City yesterday morlnilln; '
pneumonia and Mrs. Conway left herei
yesterday to atltnd the funeral of thel
little one.
Hun. Edwi'ln Norris, chairman of tho
high school hoard of trustees, hits rs.ign
ed and Miss Rift, county suplrintlen liet,
has appointed lion. D. E. Metlen to fill
the vacancy.
FROM SMALLHC(RN CANYON.
Drill Is Now 275 Feet in Depth-All 1
Seepage Increasing. V
(ltpecclul to Intpr Molulntai.)
Dillon, Jan. 15.--en. ('harles Warren,
whilo is Ilnterested in thile pllraltions of tIlt
Montana Oil & Fuel 'lomanlly, which is
operatllng for oil in Snalillhirn canyon,
returned humllI' yesterday after' attlend
Ing to aI frw affairsH (connc110teld with tlie
deal. 1[l, as well as all of the 11111on who i
havell allny (cIonn1'et with the affailrs of t
thIe compallllny, is highly Ipleasetld with the
outlook anld thinks there is now not a
doubt about oil being found in the Slitall
horn )basin.
At Ipreslt tlhe drill Is In hard sand rock
and is dotlwn to) It depth of 275 feet. A part
of the time duri'lng the lpast week Iwas (
lspenl t ill lasing the drill to thle iottoilll,
and a double strength, stundllrd driver\
steel pilping, with llt inslide nleasure ofI
six inches, Is now beitng inlstaltled.
II. J. Finel, whol :t . oult here y lesterday,
stated this llolinlhng that the (11 :1e(ei.PH I
are strlnilg(r it prescntl than aLt any timel
in the last and that they seem to ll
creasel as tile i rill 1a:lilns Ill (de'l th.
'The strong s.'lllags which ar. Iilng
encountered hatl s ln'iceased ilntLrest In the
e11,(1uhitr nl nt leof I tl is llll d Il ld lalily Irlltl'e
tracts of land that IIare tlsupposed to be Ilil
Ilearing are lbelIng oc(ll(ted.
All'ready a townsistll hasI h.en t t located
1111 ar the mouth of nallllllholn lany11(In b11;u
the to,1n'lsite .s oi a saection of llnll owned
Iby the state.
Here's
Something B
For
Nothing E
$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
-ans & Klein
LAUNCHING THE YACHT.
February 26 Is Suggested as the Date
of the Dip.
(fly Assoclated Press.)
New York, Jan. 15.-W.allace Downey
of the Ilnm of Townsend & Dowrney,
builder of the Kaiser's yacht now being
comnleled at Shooter's island in the
Kill Von Kull, off Staten Island, will
start for Washington today to consult
President Htoosevelt regarding the plans
for the launching. He will also see
Ambassador Von Holleben.
It Is expected that a conference par
ticipated in by the president, the Ger
man ambassador and Mr. Downey will
take place at the White houile and all
the arrangements for the la4inching of
the boat and reception of Prince Henry
will be discussed in detail.
Mr. Downey will suggest February 26
as the launching day because then there
will be high water at Shooters' Island.
Any date, however, Mr. Downey said,
would depend upon the convenience of
Prince Henry. It will not be decided
definitely until his arrival.
Mayor Low has sent a message to the
secretary of state sugesting that the
nation and city agree upon plans for
the entertainment of the prince so that
no conflict may occur.
N1Y\V YORK.--Over 4000 birds are on
exhibition in Madle.n Square Garden.
This assemblage of poultry and birds
forms the thirteenth annual show of the
New York Poultry, Pigeon and Stock as
soclation.
FLYING MAC.HIINi
MUST HAVE SPIED AND ANSwUa
STEERING APPARATUS.
PRIZE OF $200OO0 OFFER;EO
tamous Inventors Have Been Inated
and Signified Their Intention of lar.
ticipating in the Tournament
Aerial Congress Will Be Held.
(Special Correspondence.)
St. Louls, Jan. 15.-An exhibition, of
airships in operation has been deLesi
nliiiedi upon as one of the great novel
ties for the LouisIana Purchase exli4Il
tlon of 1903. Messrs. Charles W. K4lp.
and Nathan Frank, members of the .ex
ecutivie comnmmittee of the world's 4Ir,
were recently appointed as a sul-tpm
mlttee to consider the question of an
aerial tournarnlnt to be a feature of the
fair.
'T'hese gentlemen have called Into con
sitlltation Professor S. PP. Langley, see
l'tiry of the rnllthsonlllan Insttutlon at
.:Wshligtonl I). I(., anit ()Octave Chunatte
of the \\'W,:treI .rn ocll(ey of 'Fngiiecrs of
('h;'ago, Itw dislingulshted sientists,
who hlte given sl pclatl att.lntioni to
nilir-'it;lItion. It Is proposed to offer
pr'iZ.s of inot leas thaln $20(1,f000.
The motters to be (letrnoIned by the
sMlh-lirlnnllitten and those who have tbcen
ii'llrtd to ioifer, with th, In: The rI'oln
lndlriatloln or it 'hie* of the aerotn'stic
dJitpllny: the rules gioverninllg thl, tour
naTnenIt and the o(l)itions ilel"r which
the pri)ets ivlll he ae;ardEtd.
Maxim Will Enter Contest.
A calleligrml'1 flrontl Lonldon M.alv that
Sir Iliram Maxim, the American in
ventor, expresose much Interest In the
proposed ointest, andl Is willing to spend
$10t0,000 as It pi)ar thilprent In the effort to
win the prize. '',"iEhl'nt ti1vild It. Francis
of thei explosition cmplliiany says thit: Mr.
lIximi will h' Iunitl to partidilaiti ass
soon as ti e o')iinittl'. of lerial xpei'rts
has crystalizred the, plan for thie con
teat.
in connectloll With L[I.t t 11+1111ent
he're a ill al te hellt an a "en ,'titt I con
grs it. with hhh thei .-a J,. ,t 1\ill h '" ex
htillstively nei.- ()'ci'd Ib h i.'i \Vtilo have
uiile, t iaken ",'ti eal t : Ei. tEtflits in
nerl' lI II ; galion.
Classification of Tests.
The diro Il Etr oif ,'xhii itb . Mr. Fr+1'letd!!t
.1. V. Skifl', in ltking up his clotstihca
tion I'.or th, ,xhc lh t d ., . 111.:n of th*.
world'~ s frir, snme tint ag', inclh led in
the ( llparill'lll o1"f tlnI a . .nt holln, J ltl
group No. 77, pr vl.sh. . nr, .... t vl i,' i
It .ltio . 'he groupl i, . .n:.t * iI: four
('Inss 481t rlt' 'i !o I l, in' (' Oin
lo:n; fihl'es, varntis.th, '., vilves, net.
bI(ulloons, Fsuch as u1'11I. 1 .'11 11.| :,'tl lel+:
the genelltlon of hyd'n g,'n ant, .,ter
light gages:; vat tive ha!t,.0)tx.
(Ca''. 182 rlates to a'" inl voyag .; the
use of . ttolloon 'otr the -tLIV of Lire at
11oslph re. l aill c rrents. ! lti, ot'n ,ra
I on. ai gret , ha'ight... eiltlle"t phI" n In
int, etc.: 'I t iit .s ni.t;u of Jtillll'c.'s,
Jhl I';r e l', lhotlogd. , h.'L
(ltu's 4th rei toes to irilitary h.lllt)n
Ing: iht. ilty (,auiive Irtlloorils aii their
wagonor: ntplaratus U or iinf;titlni.
Cla(i 481 rltites to a" il ntivitgntiuint
dlrigtbihe illtonus an tii 1.11.; apparatus;
flying inma hilies; 'screw ptlrol+l' '" ; ait'.
pitnes and piarachtnltes.
the f.tolth iiclass llentiollt( ts the one
ihaving a 'rtic lul lr '.'i e inaterest Iat
Many Entries Are Expected.
It was early r' .;,l:.,' l by ,of~lers of
lie exposl ition th it. thU , na.vigation of Lilt + of
ir i li one of thei ealt proble'i. n' f'.-'s 0 aL
ii l' ( 1 solutihn, and ln it till.' e ,' !
(lon wWould not fulill its dullty it) tilt
wolld li tleSt it h.l It.; on,.uUllrelc it
ind furnishelll an opport unililty for thsle tlh
vlwho ar skitll,.d In thls .li !lcult /cionltelt o, d(i
ilinoiimonstrate the i'.'.uaI;t, of Ilwir .tin
d,'aVOI'N.
'I'lT,' axpellrhilent i: 1T. . , li; Da)'inaialt al
it fails last yetar, whe'i, he se'e'riplialied vt
th, f'at l'of saling i1£ il i0, hiIip IlRqunl
thei. EItl tm1e.r and iiback to the ploe
if liiginiing, ita trip of thirty minutes
IduItI ilion, all butl c '. ',1 tie I'proiliil 'o
ii'ill navigatiion
The nagniiflont nil+:, whith the Loubt- -
oil'1 r itiaki's th e a' "'i llel IIf s.i5 I
tional interest, l thI tourr ln ment 'il I'
)e one of the lu .s: ii '.l II ll il+,, . o.
Seclretar'y Wailie" II. iilVoiiVus of the li
worI'l'is fair 'repI is tII tlh'i'Ž is lnowi a lit
i'ot'pect of ai l ot It - 00 lto ntries r''il'e
·litliRn nlotll l h.s th ll I, l (.` 'olIIttici .
hi
INDIANA'S DEMOCRATIC ROW. In,
Cold Wing's Candidate for State Chair- ill
man Declines to Withdraw.
(ily Aessoe.latedl Press.)
llnlantiollsii, .t Jan. i1.---'l'h fight for the or
state deioc ratlic chair'h mallnshlip is beiLlg tl
continued wilth groat )iltt'lrness. StatI
Senator Fleminiig, th., gold demlno.ratlce ,
candidate for hiia('1111 n, hlas arrived and c.;
opened headt;ltuartrl't,
The opei.ning of healqll'arlers wasi the
signal for the coliiilng of gold demo
crats from all parts of thle state, and
close uliion their ih cl m ('dmc' a laIrge dele
gation of free sil\l r i(eni, who at once (1
started the cry that the eilectionr i of Flem
lig waoulld lea'i to ith disl'ruption of the il
party, as he had I tiyeld 1)y:an iln 1896, ~1
anrd again in 190(10.
'T'he free siver' men did I:ot put up
any arulndtidlle, lht. said they would be
saItisfield with any man \who had sup- ins
ported lBryan, but they would not afflli- I
ate with the' colllllltteci with Fleming at i,
its heiad. Efforts were then made to in- !'
duoe Fl.eming to withdraw, but he 1ye
fused to do so. o
His supporters held a conference 'at 4
p. ti. and reports were sublmitted show:
lng that he had eight votes, but 'the
figures were hooted at by the Blryanltes: -
who said that ia majority of the com
Inittootleln are not pledged. '
BULGARIAN POLITICAL CR01 ..
The Dissolution of the Sobranje Hii
Caused Astonishment.
(By Associated Press.)
London, Jan. 15.-A dispatch from Sofla
to the Times says the dissolution of the
Sobhranje has caused astonishment, o
Premier Karaveloff said he was willing v
to remain in office If the dissolution were I
decided upon. Prince Ferdinand, how- t.
ever, opposed the measure, and M. Dan- o
eff, M. Karaveloff's former colleague, 'ei- n
I pressed his readibesa to work with the
) late chamber. Therefore the decree of
dissolution Is aurprielng.
The key of the situation, says the
Times' correspondent, ls found in the de
sire of the prince to obtain a homogen
eous ministry resolved to cary through
the loan.
The new sobranJe cannot convene until
March. The Bulgarian hentes may pro
I vlde the gold for the February coupons,
which are payable in London.
The officials have not been paid this
month.
CHESS PLAYEZS MEET.
Intercollegiate Cable Match Will Prob
ably Be Held in Boston.
(Ily Associated Press.)
Boston, Jan. 15.-There is a strong
prolbability that the Intercollegiate cahle.,
chess match this year will, for the first
time, he played In Boston. These matches
heretofore have been played in New York.
The details have yet to he arranged,
built It t may be said on authority that Ihe
Intercollegiate association is willing to
icome to Rloston and that the Boston
Athletic assoclation stands r(ady to en
tertain the players and provilde for thli
match.
This it is in a position to do hand
.ientl'y in Its nie cho ss room. whic·h wash
telyedicated a week or so ago. The Rioston
Athlitlc' ansociation, which Is a pron ii
n' it fator in the revival of chesos htrr'
aIllalts hald also made tentative arrlanIge
lnrinta with Plllsbury for the exhibition
I, its new I'lies rooms on Janiuary 14.
I'llslury suils for the other ride on
.tn Itt; iry 18.
A LUCKY RICHMOND GIRL.
Sid to Have Fallen Heir to a Largo
Fortune.
(lily Assnoclated l'ress.)
ithtlimtnd. Va., Jan. S15.-Miss Freder
ia Ihitri oif tlt6 North Thirty-seiconld
at'net htus fallen heir to ia fortune, the
amiount of which Is named at half "a
inlllloni. 'h'ere is a prettly little romnnee
colnnectidil with this good fortune.
'l'he property is left Miss frIlol by E. W.
lBruner, t ( iernlllll artlst who recently
diied at Atheins, (ireece. BIruner c'tme
here at pIour young man. lie found a
homen with the 14rlels and lmet the girl
Ilpn \ hiio he now bestows all his wrlnid
ly gioods. ltr'unter was a great sufi.ferer
frolll dy ,'pila., .iil after reimaining here
a sLort time lll went Iank to G(ermany to
tli I1h' il'Irntinlto he inherited a for
tune, whhh he has just willed to Mils
hri.I.
MATTRESS IN HIS COFFIN.
Harlis Took Precautions Against Be
iug Buried Alive.
(fly Assoiilat'd Press.)
Pollar ilIfif, Mo., Jan. 15.-James E.
hlarris of Sikeston, city assessor. ldied tn
atunrday anid was hurled yesterday.
Imng bIefore his death he had his cntiln
oniae of two-inch oak. The <;ofiln re
qtulred 16 tIlin to lower It into the grave.
A llatllltress and spril'lngs were' placed un
ler tle body In the coffin.
llalrl s iorler'cl that a guard he set at
his grave for three days and nights.. 11s
isno orderied tht it it pipre e placed in the
al ave wtth a thill attached to the' toi
all. rope drilrawvn through the pipe' ailn
placi'id in hil hand, s, that If he thould
re'nver ion' .ll)usnness ihe could ring the
hell altd attract tile uttintitn of the
guard.
STUDY GLACIAL MOVEMENTS.
Fall of Red Dust Over Europe Will Be
of Benefit to Scientists.
(liy Associated Press.)
lierne, Jan. 1I,.--S'elntilh iinvestigation
wili l h made of the'movements of gla,'
hirs inI the Alps by means of the remains
of the "red rai'n" whicht fell over Eu'rope
Ia few mIllonths azo.
The full of this dust will make the
stullly of glaciall movenlent comlparativly
a;isy. It will shtonw the trend of the ice,
the , rl'nillngs of the gla'lers and other
data mucfh d-slired.
A part'y of meteor'ologists and geolio
gists have left here for the nlountlains
tandl are inl hopen of returning with most
vulua ile i. Inlformllation.
NEWS STORIES BRIEILY TOLD
I,)N i.)(iN.--'Witlh reaich drop In th
prhie oif LII).ip. yesHteqrday good buying
ordelrs wir1 re-l(olv.ed. There was n(o
loniger a heav \'y I)p'(.4lt'eC to sell. hIec-,nt
lpurchas'l ll"rs were qil etly liquidating.
ItitE('X. Austrla. -The Jupiter mine
here was sudtltcnlv fliooled and 43 men.
Ictiluding h lnttlag'eir andi two taue(rln
thndents, W(.rl 'ut oIf' f'rotm eseal)e. It IS
thoulght proI,bable they were all drowned.
IAONI )N.--The shanghai correspond
ent of thle S tandlar'd sayE It Is I'elorted
that the Ilusslans, befolre the death of
the late I1I Hlung ('hang, secured a c-on
s'(.hlon of 1'terr'itoy 'at Nan Hul, sou'lh
;east of Shanghai, near 'the Yanglltle
(upca.
LONDON.-.The Central News leantn:
that on account of grave doctrinal differ
(.ices,. (lenerlal ltooth's aon-in-law and
liaughter, Mr'. andt Mrs. Ioo th Clihbortn
anll' Periy ('libborn have rc'eigned from
ithe Salvation Army and jolined the church
of Alexalndler Dowle.
lKANSAS (ITY.-A. R. lcoall of Min
neapolili, chairlman of the Western
I[,aguie ilIrtcult committee, was this after
II-o) ('elled fromn memnbership in the
!league. He was charged with trane-
rl'ring his Minneapcolis park to Tebeau
of the American association.
HION(I KONG.-The British steamner
Manning, belonging to the Hong Kong,
(Cantonl & Macac Steanm Coal company
(linmited) of Hong Kong, has been fired
on by Chilnese soldlers In the Tam Cthau
channel. West 'river. The chaplain of
the l-ritish flagshlp Glory, Rev. Charles
E. L. Cown, M. A., who was on board,
was severely wounded.
Start New Tunnel.
(By Associated Press.)
New York, Jan. 15.-Prellminary work
on the construction of the new Pennsyl
vania tunnel, which ls to extend tron.
I.ong Island City to New Jersey, beneath
the East and North rivers and 'the bor
ough of Manhattan, has been com
menced. Engineers for the firm of
THE ONLY ONE PAPER
ThCt Covers the Entire
Lo I Field Ias the.......
Inter Mountain
1F YOV put a Want ad. in this paper,
you reach all Butte for one cent a
Word; to coter Butte in the morning,you
havie to usre tkwo papers, cortin. you double
wbhat it cost, to cover the field in the
afternoon S S S ? ? >
n Jinobs & I)avios, the largePt 'tunnel
bullderis In the world. started drilling
holes on the Central track running Into
the Long I l:land passenger s'atlion on
IFront street, Long Ir.lind ('Cty.
BRITISH WARSHIP SUNK.
Went to the Bottom During the Recent
Typhoon.
(lly Assuociated Pl'res.)
Victoria, It. C'., Jan. 1 o.--llol)i for the
safety of the Bhritish .a.rihip (Condor
is all but abandoned.
NIvsl I men here are convinr.ed sho
wentL to the bottom durilng the ree-nt
typhoon, while on her way from here
it Honolulu.
. le admlralty offilalhi will dispatch
thie l'liPeton Saturday In search of her.
Orders Out Troops.
(fly Associated Press.)
Fr:nkforl, Ky., Jan. 15.-G-overnor
Ilheckharin toi(day ordered the Frankfort
I military coimpany and a detail of the
oLexington battery to Flemingsburg to
iprotect the negro there against whom
nil attempt at lynching was made last
night. Assistant Adjutant Clernral
Hl;h y will command the troops.
Is Coming Overland.
(lty Associated Press.)
Tlkilts.ki, Sibria, Jan. 15.-The De
W\indln expedition, on an overland trip
froln Paril to New York, which left the
S'.enhi cap.ital December 1, leaves here
tlday for Yakutsk, Eastern Siberia, and
I ering straits.
Railroad Pays Dividend.
New York, Jan. 15.-The directors of
the New York, Chicago & St. Louis have
declared It dividend for the year of 1901
o(f :I ur cent.
All This for 25c at the Southern.
January 15, 1902.
SOL'P.
Vogeta ble.
Il iled.
h1n h lim hocks and Cabbage.
I ,I lIED.
lPrliie out of IJoef, Pan Gravy.
I, Lin of l',ratk. Apple Sauce.
C.(u'es' hlaitu, with Cutrrant Jelly.
lgNTI EElS.
Lamub Potpile.
Stwdtl IlI1ef, with Onions.
Minced Vmeal on Toast.
il.iketl iteans, Tomato Sauce.
Jllnny Lind Psnctakes.
V' E(ETAIBLES.
M1ashed Potatoes.
Stew ed Iominy.
Young (Carrots in C(ream.
)IESSEIRT.
l'ueach andi Blueberry Pie.
Cottage Pudding, Cream Pauce.
SPECIALS FOR 4:30 P. M.
Beefsteak.
Veal Cutlets, Breaded.
1lixetl ('old Meats. Ilologna Sausage.
(reen Apple Sauce.
Cotfee. Tea. Milk.
______________
FOR SALE.
10.000 shaces of the Butte Mine Explora.
tlon Co., which is working the Paclio
Mine, at 20 cents per share. Address
W. SUTTON,
Best Bit Cigars 5 for 50 Cents.
Elvcery bit cigar--5 for 50c-at Burke &
Strobel's, 51 West Broadway.
Southern EHotel.
Meals 25c cacuh and rooms 25c, 50c and
75e extra. The best dinner in Mon
tuna for 25,. Dan Tcwey, proprietor.
Kum-('-Me--In the heart of the city,
on all street lines from depots.
(lark's Cruise of the "Celtic," the
Largest Steamer ?in the world. To the
MEDITERItANFIAN and the ORIENT,
FEIII[TAIRY 8, 74 DAYS, $400 AND UP.
Including Shore Excursions, Hotels,
Drives, &c. 18 days in Egypt and the
H-loly Land. ('LARK'S EXCURSION
TO EUtROIPE, 1902. Send for programs.
F. C. CLARK, 111 Broadway, N. Y.
PERSONAL.
HEIRESS ~~ OF 22 SUTMIMERS, 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. Geo, A. Zeller,
publisher, room 273, 18 S. Fourth street,
St. Louis, Mo.
LOST.
LOST--BUN(NH OF KEYS, REAR OF
Gamer's shoe store. Return to this
office and receive reward.
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ASSAYER.
A. B. ItOM BAUER, ASSAYER AND
chemist. Iuccessor to Carney & Haado
108 North Wyoming streeLt
FURNISHED ROOMS.
FORI IENT - TWO FURNISHED
rooms for housekeeping, 525 S .Main.
FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS
for housekeeping. 203 North Crystal,
(olrner Granite.
FORI RENT-2 FURNISHED ROOMS,
$14. 214 North Jackson street.
FOlR ILENT-FUI1INISHED ROOMS;
steam heat; all modern conveniences.
Gay & Grady block, 7 West Mercury
street.
COLLECTIONS.
BUTTE ADJUSTMENT COMPANY
collects bad bills. Trr t. 115 N. Mali.
FOR RENT.
F'OR RENT - IFURNISHED ROOMS
for housekeeping. 10 North Washington.
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 office.
FOR RENT-A 8-ROOM HOUSE. IN
good order, on Railroad avenue near
Blackfoot Lumber company, East Mer
cury street, and a 4-room house fur
nished, 718 South Montana street. See
W. W. Chapman, at office, or home, No.
23 West Granite street, No. 718 South
Montana street.
FOR RENT-2-ROO. HOUSE UNFUR
nlshed. 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, P.ALMIST AND CARDT RIEAD
er. Readings 50c. 811 West Park.
BUSINESS CHANCES.
FOR SALE-CONFECTIONARY, CIGAR
store and bakery, only $380: good loca
tion; live rooms in connection. Call
and see it. (has. L. Smith & Co., No.
33 West Granite street.
FOR SALE--6-ROOM FULtNITURE:
house for rent. Inquire Oeschll. 124
West Park.
FLOWERS-MONTANA GROWN CAR
nations 5Oc 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 25c round trip, 8 o'clock
stage free. C. Langlols, proprietor.
JOHN N. OLSON, TEACHER OF VIO
lin and Mandolin. Leader of Olson's
Orchestra. Butte.
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 Mort.
gage company, 22 North Main.
MONEY TO LOAN, BY MUTUAL
Loan & Savings association. Apply
at No. 15 West Broadway.
LOANS.-MONEY TO LOAN AT 8 PER
cent; no delays. Hall Bros., 48 East
Broadway, Butte.
Look at This!
A 28-rcom lodging hoese on West
Broadway, must be sold at once, owner
leaving town.
$2,300
Clear from $150 to $200 monthly. G. W.
ROBBIE. 8 West Broadway, upstairs.
W. i. WINI[RS
Real estate, rentals, inmrtgage
loans and general insurance
agency. 23-24 Owsley Blou::. 'Phone
717-M.
FOR SALE.
300 modern brick and frame
dwellings and tenements in de
slrable locations at reduced
prices.
FOR RENT.
65 modren brick and frame
dwellings and tenements in ac
ceptable locations at reduced
rentals.
MONEY TO LOA!;.
$100,000 to loan on improved real
estate securtly. Lowest rate of in
terest.
W. H. WINIERS

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