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ENTHUSE OVER OIL LANAOONDANS INTUSEITED IN EASTERN OREGON FIELLS. SEVERAL HAVE FORMED CLUBS Will Aoquire and Develop Ground Eastern Company and Ex-Sen ator Towne Doing Some Deep Boring. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, Jan. 15.-The oil craze has struck Anaconda in earnest, and during the past few weeks a large number of citizens have formed clubs and each contributed their mite toward acquiring holdings in the new flelds in the vicinity of Vail, Ore., which seems to be attract ing no little attention at the present time. Several thousand acres have been located by Anacondans in the past two anonths, and all of them entertain the highest hopes that some time in the future, not very remote, they will reup great rewards from their investments. Lawyer's Good Report, Attorney H. P. Naliton visited the country several weeks ago and no one could be more enthusiastic over the out look than he is. He was on the ground with several experts, who pronounced the country exceedingly favorable for the finding of some genuine Texas gushers. The formation of the rock found there ds almost identical with that found in many of the oil-producing regions of the United States. The c haracterltitlc shale rock is found there, and the mere rubbing of two pieces of 'it together produces a distinct odor of oil. Otherwise the rock is not perceptive to the sense of smell. Large Drills at Work. Several large boring machines have been received at Vail. Some of them are set up and In operatlon. It Is the intention to explore the jround to a great depth to determine hnow valuable it really is. Sending an Agent. Ilenry Redmond will leave the latter part of the week for the scene in the Interests of several Anaconda parties, and before he returns he expects to locate some claims. Former Senator Towne of Minnesota and a number of eastern assoclates are developing a tnact of land in the Vicinity. "RUPERT OF HENTZAU." Stage Interpretation of Popular Role Makes Hit In Anaconda. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, Jan. 15.-In attempting to stage "Rupert of lfentzau" Monroe & Bag have undertaken a difficult piece of work and they have succeeded edmira bly. Those who saw the produ tion at the Margaret theater last night cheered themselves hoarse, and numerous cur tain calls brought the principals to the footlights to bow their acknowledments. The work of Harry Ilighton, who plays the parts of King Rudolph V and Ru dolph ltassendyl is a remarkably clever piece of acting. The roles are as differ ent as two characters possibly could be, and when the lightening changes that the actor is compelled to make are taken nto consideration, his work is doubly appreciated. The sequel to "The Prisoner of Zen da," which shows the young Englishman again pitted against the cunning and fearless Rupert of Hentzau, which con test he ultimately wins only to lose his JOSBPH RICeflARD Watchmaker, Gunsmith and Locksmith. Also all kind of itusical instrument repairing. Workshop rear of 703 E. Park .venue, Anaconda, Mont. Margaret Theater, Anaconda IL ,. COLLINS, Manager ,Wednesday, January 15, W. E. Nanke ille presents An Idyl of the Arkansaw H1ille, HUMAN HEARTS A companion play to "Shore Acres." G. story of Intense heart interest. ISpe Ilal scenery and effects. A splendid com pany. Prices: Regular. L. F. VERBERCKrIOES Leading Optician Eyes examined, $1.00 to apply on glasses if ordered in five days. All kinds of Eye Water, Artificial Eyes. Also the genuine Imported Harlem O11. At 116 East Park avenue, Anaconda, Mont. The Daly Bank and Trust Com panet of Anaconda. Anaconda, flontana. O 4aeral banking in all branohes. Bell iaaanges on New York. Chicago, it. atal, Omah, BSan FrLnoatco, etc., and iraw direct on the principal cities of %nglaend, Ireland, France, Germany and the Orient. Deposits of $1.00 and up pIar received. Correspondents NATIONAL CITY BANK ..... ew York FIRLST NATIONAL BANIK......Chl ogo PItiT NATIONAL BANI......9. t. Paul QMAHA NATIONAL BANK.....Omaha 4ANK OF CAlIFORNIA.8an Franocioo .gr'W It. TOOLE, President. , 3. 3. ..ENWOOD, Vioe-Prest. LOUIS V. BENNETT, Cashies. , Q. NIIORnG, Ast. ashaWes life at the hands of an assass!n, is a play that wins the coldest audience. The Rupert of Luke Conness, Is played wibh the same dash and fervor that characterises it in "The Prisoner of Zenda," as is also the parts of Colonel Bapt and Frits von Tarlenhelm, played by George B. Miller and Ralph Lewis respectively. Miss Charlotte Tittel as Queen Flavis in this play is much more in evidence than in "The Prisoner o. Zenda," and is acordingly better. "Rupert of Hentsau" shows the entire company at its best, and the theater goers are as one in pronouncing it one of the best shows that has vlsited Ana conda In a long time. Come and fly with us at the Eagles' dance this evening at A. O. H. hall. "HUMAN HEARTS" TONIGH I. Splendid Production to Be Given at Maguire's Theater. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, Jan. 15.-"Human Hearts," the idyle of the Arkansas hills, will be produced at the Margaret theater to night. Like "Shore Acres," and "The Old Homestead," as well as other favor ites, time only increases its hold upon the hearts of the people. The prattle of an innocent child, the tears of an old blind mother, the strong love of a simple country girl, theI truth of a half-wit, the love of an old-time negro, the passion of an adventur'ss and the tender memory of a dead mother of the past of the governor of Arkansas, are all cleverly intermingled by the deft hand of the author of this absorbing tale of the Arkansas hills. Each succeeding season of this thrill I Ing play's annually Increasing business, has induced the management to engage for this season's production one of the strongest companies ever organized in one cast. To the lovers of a gooel play, not one on the list this season will ap Speal more strongly than "Human p Hearts." The engagement of "Human Hearts" scheduled for this city something over a year ago was cancelled in respect to the memory of Marcus Daly, w~hos. death occurred on the day the play was to have been presented. Hurry up. Everything going fast at the big lire sale. Peoples' Store, 115 East Park. LAW AND ORDER LEAGUE. Curfew Ordinance Discussed at Last Night's meeting. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, Jan. 15.-A well attended meeting of the Law and Order League Swas held last night and a number of matters were discussed, which, in the opinion of the members prescent, would improve the moral conditions of the town. The forthcoming glove contest between SWade and Ople was discussed but no definite plans were mapped out to inter fere with its being pulled off according to schedule. o neinlr(.' of the league said: "We are watching that matter and when the time comes to act we will be on hand for ac tion." The matter of prohibiting the sale of liquors to minors was mentioned. The sending of children by plarents to saloons was also discussed and many ideas were Sexpressed as to the best method of stop ping such demoralizing practices. A committee was selected to wait upon Chief of Police Taylor relative to the en forcement of the curfew ordinance. The league will have another meeting next Thursday night. Hurry up. Everything going fist at the big fire sale. Peoples' Store, llj East Park. Pioneers of Pacific Installation. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, Jan. 15.-The members of the J. P. Thomas Encampment No. 24, P. of P., held their installation of offi cers for the following term at the lodge room Monday evening. Deputy Grand Marshal Bewer from Butte acted as in stalling officer, assisted by Supreme Messenger Flynn. The officers installed were: Miss Emma Conture, commander; It. Emmons, captain; T. O'Leary, post commander: S. L. Mahan, scribe; Jane Moore, chaplain; Win. Moore, treasurer; J. Kenwing, W. S.; Miss O'Dea, S. C.; L. Christie, A. G.; O'Houe. sentinel; A. M. Capps, picket. After the installa tion, the ladies served ' luncheon and dancing finished the evening's pleasure. Odd Fellows Meet. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, Jan. 15.-At the meeting of Colfax Lodge No. 20, I. O. O. F., held last night the following officers were in stalled: John Forest, N. G.; John W. James, V. G.: E. W. Clague, recording secretary; Edward Chambers, treasurer; Otto Ruttart, warden; Chris Marchion, conductor: A. L. Capps, R. S. N. G.; John McDonald, L. S. N. G.; J. McClure, L. S. V. G.; J. A. Drgstedt, R. S. V. G.; W. H. Croy, R. S. S.; Percy Grelrson, L. S. S.: N. Levengood, inside watch; J. O. Barns, outside watch. The District Deputy Grand Master E. W. Craig assisted by a number of grand officers conducted the ceremonies. Eagles' Ball a Success. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, Jan. 15.-A large crowd at tended the third annau ball given, last evening under the auspices of the Fra ternal Order of Eagles. It was a success both socially and financially. The ar rangement committee consisted of Frank R. Carton, Mike Mulroy and Dennis O'Leary. Hugh Daly was chairman of the reception committeep and W. J. Ritz, assisted by several members, floor man ager. Young Couple Get Married. (Rpeclal to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, Jan. 15.-Miss Irm,a Hen lsicker, a well-known and popular young lady of iths city, and Willis H. Thorn dike, manager of the art department of 'the Standard were united In marriage at the Ep'4scopal church 'by Rev. Alfred Brown lat 2 o'clock this afternoon. Only a few intimate friends were present. The young couple left at 3 o'clock on a. brief wedding trip to Salt Lake. Hurry up. Everything going fast at the big fire sale. Peoples' Store, 115 I'ast Park. LOCAL. ItRI PS A. D. T. messengers. TeL No. L * Rev. Walden of Iowa will preach at thO Swedish Mission church tonight. Don't forget! Mill and Smeltermen's dance, A. O. H. hail Thursday eve., Jan uary 16. " The Ladies' Aid society of the Presby terian church met this afternoon with Mrs. W. B. Webb. The funeral of the late Charles Boyd took place this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Methodist church. A marriage license was le.ued thid morning to A. 13. Snow and Amelia Bruggeman, both of Anaconda. Miss Jennie Lingo, one of the popular clerks in the Copper City store, has beeh' on the sick list for several days. Mrs. P. W. Schmidt and M. C. Meyers received the sad intelligence yesterdayr of the death of their mother at Ottumwae Iowa. The funeral of Anna Gwendolyn Munni took place front the family residence thiid afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, and was largely attended by friends of the bereaved fanm ilv. An,'.rew Trudell, while engaged in his work at the new smelters yesterday, sus lained the injury of a broken rib. He was engaged with the rope gang and in sonme manner tripped himseif and fell across a board. D. D. O'Donahoe, late manager of the dry goods and millinery dept tments of the Copper City stol're, departll' thils morning for his future home in OmIna ha. Mr. O)'Donahoe leaves with the lat wishes of a host of friends In this city. W. C. Austin. stale deputy head consul of the Modern Woodmen of America, is still dangerously IIl at his reshlehnce on ,nasl Park avenue. The attending phy sicians have given up all hope of his get ting on his feet again. Mr. Austin's health has been poor for a nunmber of years. Martin Cole, a popular employe of the lower works, died from the effects of an attack of pneumlnla yesterday after noon. The deceacud wan a it tlcer l of the local lodge of the Moderil Woodmen of America. which organliza:tion will look after the funeral arrangemlentls. The re mains will bh shiplped to t'lifortniat for Interment. A wldoy. ald live children survive. WILL CHANGE ROAD Viewers Report Favorable to Change Highway East of Town. (Special to Inter Mountain,~ ! Anaconda, Jan. 15.-The county corn. missloners were In stesslon this lnmrlnin and heard the report of the committce p)pl,ointed to look into 111t, lpropo.ne change of the county road and the Mon tana Union 'railway tracks, en-terilng the city from the east. The commitLee rcc ionimended the change. The board wit Monday, February 3, as 'the date for hearing any objections. The county will not be put to any ex pen('e to move the county road or r.il wa\'ay, the Anaconda company, W;aslioe ('opper company :tdl the Henne.t:y Medr cantile companllily agreeing tid altand all ('Osti. The prellmlnairy work of making new grades for the lro;t near Carlroll has al ie.ady been started. BOWLING MATCH ARRANGED. Druggists Have Some Troubles of Their Own. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, Jan. 15.-A numabear of well known local bowlers have IaIr'an.]lged for a gmlne tomorrow night at Tucker's, which no doubt will be exciting, as the players are among the best in the city. One teain will bhe compcsed entirely of druggists, while the cither team will go under the narne of Irvtnsldcs. The lin. up) will 'b as follows: I'onsides--Dona'hoe, c(:ps, Anderson, Johnsen and McLean. ])ruggists-Williams, Splarrow, Smith, Angel and Hanson. SOME COURT NEWS. William Ryan Will Get a Chance to Explain Tonight. (Stpecial to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, Jan. 15.--William Ryan, while ,intoxicated, matde a vl'lous us. lanllt on Oflicher Trudoill last night. Ile was arrested and placed in Jail. lie will answer to Judlge lMayes this evening. Justice Quane sentenced Matt McKen zle to 30 tlays in Jail 'this morninig for vagrancy. Goes Over One Week. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, Jan. 15.-The cases against Fam Landry, charged wit.h conducting houses of questionable character, sched uled to come up In the district court this' afternuon, were postponed one week on account of the serious illness of Judge Winston, Landry's attorney. Was Seriously Injured. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, Jan. 15.-John Kladeson, a smelter employe was run over by a team driven by an unknown person yesler day afternoon and sustained what may prove to be serious internal injuries. Several ribs were also broken in the mixup. Building and Laborers' International Protective Union of America, No. 3, ALn aconda: On and after April 1, 1902, eight hours will constitute a day's work. Scal4 of wages: Plasterers, $4.50; 'brick mra eons (mortar, $4; (brick), $3.50; stone masons (mortar), $4; (stone), $3.50. E. J. HINIRIOD, President. WILL GIVE A BANQUET. Prince Henry Will Entertain on Board His Yacht. (By Associated Press.) Berlin, Jan. 15.-Prince Henry, with the consent of Emperor William, will give a magnificent banquet at New York on' the Hohenzollern, to which the president and the highest officials of the United States will be invited. The kaiser has selected some splendid silver treasures of his plate to decorate the vessel on the occasion. The silver vessels and decorations are of the most costly workmanship, dating from the rennaiasance period. RAILROAD GOSSIP BEGAN TH ?~REIZNT T~AR UN DER GOOD 00NDITION&. CAR SHORTAGE IN NORTHWEST 'armers Holding Grain for Higher Price Believing That They Can Control the situation-Light Traffic in January. (lly Associated Press.) ('hltngo. Jan. 15.-Railroad interests k'ntering at ('hicago enjoyed the moat prosperolus year of their existence in 1901, hitti their earnings would have materially itl ytireacl d 'but for a lnck of means to itr\'e the tralffl " tendered them. 'J1lcy begin the year with rates In good bhtipe, with a satisfactory traftlli hoth a':-ast and %,Vestbottnd, nnd with a gentrrnal ;itl atiton about as favorable ia ctan Ii 1, ail d for, .All cut raltos wenlt out wit|h the old yrr, anlld for nt short time at leas t rail wi'y ofltfirrs any rates are to be tnirln tninted on grai n an ti merchalndise, anlld the only cutting It on Ipacking-house produ tstt for exporlt from MIt issouri Itiver gl ewO ys. .\ fontitre of the itramfl Is the hlIavy nmo\ementt of cotl aind lumblnlr which IR giving the iroads all they can hn.nllt, n.l with it .,ld spill thlie positiot of \,W'etei tl t'OnItiimersI , Its we\I'll isr (If the rillwnys, is d ,lrildetlly oit l.. tcloi etary. Il.;il W a ile lshort of cottl. and t their c~l, lll cinflllto ltto of It aIl:t r:i lly rem - h):lili.t"s both shllpper anIld ennatldner. The (Ir HIortage in the Northweth .in.il tin, bge lmul It wer thun it Ii t it l)re (.111. The \4ti tern Knrin .ltllion Is most p| ,illliiar, and one exl('tly albntilr lIhas IInever ihn knownl. The farmers areI h-hl Jw: thlr grain dspite the high ptieh' , anal hive great onlthidner, In ultimatelly s, IrII.":ng It furthler advance, t:l h .' hII.e l11ve themselves to hie malutlers of the situation. I li-.elpts In grlliln shiowed lhe lightllat i.i flh' of llany Ilifit wek in January for tin past sOven years. The loss I as ain-i Iyt in orn. £ADLY MIXED ON MONEY RATIO. Philippine Merchants Much Annoyed by the Mexican Dollars. . (I ~y Acssos'hlated Press.) il'erc'hunt:it and others have been held re e'-ntl?'y t t whi'h resolutinhiisH weret' plllse',l genstllly requestlling (ongreC'lll sll. onnl ne ,llon )to meet the finanilu l sltittllIn h're. ', flnee the ratllo was oflcillly chanl'ge., J~;nuIary 1. for the first quarter ,of 1910: to be $2.10 Mexican silver to one Am''rl c.,an goul dollar, business ti ran.acltions ofi' iianyi sort Iave Iboe.me dillll ult. ''The llaiJorilty jf the hininltess houttec t :hive I'rl·ed Iheir pr'iches r to 10) per cent. t1lls] .'llnme hoiuit s' rtefuse'i to net'ept any ibut A lflnetr"lnl citlln, whirlh in difllfihllt to ob tain, owing to the vii 'I specul' atve ship mceltis ol' o.nin during the past few io llhs. lomi e hanlc s refuse to r Io'l'l e thll' grov'lnllllll' t rati , tutl are fixing their own rt;llL at one' Am ric'ticltt g ld dollar to two M9exio. an till i'i dcllirsi . Evlcn the. g.'verninltll's Ameri'l'ln tmlnploycs whtse salrl'"it t, e payable in Mfl xicant d lla'rs; cJet t'lo the change, owvng to tlir' large I ,ncrease in pict'ie('s. The 'leldilng lanks refuse'i, to hantnlle governc nt'll lll hlec.kH, not h'ecalluce they lo\,c slhlc y dolubt ccf lobta itltlg tile Iictcney, bll h'aLu.(te of the frecue.nt long dh'lctycc o cr trilling Irregulr'll.c'c . T'rhe pi .stal autlhorlities rcifusllt e to ac'c''.pt Mexicatn dotl l ..4 for' Amteri'al dcollars ait any Iratio. PLANS LICENSES FOR ACTORS. Bill for State Dramatic Censors Before New York Assembly. (By Assoclated Press.) Albany. Janl. 1.-Assc' lhlymltn Ahrt.l'll' illt ,drovldlnK for state cidramRallt ccenscrs minl Ihe Ilronlsing of actors was today fishicedl icint of the bill box, wheire It had Ihcn qculetly deposited 'by its author. This bill provldces for the applointmient iby Ithe glovernor ofl a locrd of five cii n ssar'. who shall have authority to ex arnmic' nelall ) asH upon all plays cefore tili.'' !crod cllilIonl In the sltate. In idillltion thei Iard is to constltute a Ilcnsilng body, with full power to Issue certllliicatesl Ito Thrsplans wllthi the sltaO'. cnltcsH s chii ce''tificaie l be Ii cued ic t shall ice unccwl'cwi for any rnant, wontn or child to atlcehar uincl the bioards. Asse-. hlyman AIern mild todly: "hNe'xl to had plctys are Ihadl actors. My Icll alins to Iefoln Ibocth iabuses. I shall push it hardl." CAPTIVE UNTIL SPRING. Miss Stone Living Quietly in Moun tains in Garb of Shepherdess. (By Asocliatced 'rc'ess.) Sofa. Jani. 15.--It Is learned from con fldentlal sourres that Miss Stone and her friend, Mrs. Tsilka, ar living qutltly In lthe mountains and are Iccving hell until sprlng, when they will Ibe releasnl by the brigands. lThis delaiy, It Is said, Is usd] hby Il,.i outlawus to enahle them iicire easily to escape after the captive is let go. In early spring the blooming brush and vegetation will conceal the flight of the brigands, whereas In winter their escape would be comparatively diffllult. ItI is further learned that MIss Stone and her companion are clothed in t(he garb of shepherdessRes and are in good health. New developments are expected aS a slc'cqel to the return of United Statl·s Mlinister L]elshman to Constantinople. TOURNEY AT RALEIGH. Interstate Tournament Will Be Held in North Carolina. (By Associated Press.) Raleigh, N. C., Jan. 15.-The interstate gun tournament at clap pigeons will Ibe held here June 25-26. Official notice to this effect is received from lOlmer 1'. Shaner of Pittsburg, the manager of the association. The local club will make great prepara tions for the affair and will add to the association's purses. It Is said that the best shot in this state at clay pigeons is J. D. Carrier of Ashevllle. RAPID PROGRESS BUILDING DEIPS ON GbAT LA.MS DONU C.EAPYT. REPORT OF GERMAN EXPERT Says the New American Shipbuilding Concern Is Larrant and Richest in the World-Machinery Does It All. (Ity Asocinated Presa.) l.irlin, .Jan. 15.--'l'he report of 'T'Jard pchwartz, a (lerman naval constructor, who was recently sent to the Iltitted" St(tten by the marine general staff to In vestigate shlipullding there, nays that Inmterialsl for the( conntllruttlon of stetcel ships arte lower IIIn prio in tile Builted Htaten thanl In any other country, and thnt the only thing to lie complainetld of in the Iluetuatlon In iprets, which mak.n coinmpltlton ll with foreign ship blullderis dlflftilt. Thie leport reforN to the nplendil Id body of Ameriean workimnii earning wagea fronm 30 to 60 fl' tlent higher thail those p.ftid in (treat li ittln anld 100 pelr tent higher thanl those l 1i ith olil tihe contlh elit., and say that wge tillN Iln thie lUnitted tit.es are ountlr'-ailtlnnced by etonomll evnl pr111'Ot' of Illuhllnery, whh'h are not founlld I in li:ri'toiilan yardsH. liter 4thitartz reporl a1l litl l tt with slltandnlllllg the w.i.'N uhl, freilgtlll'rs areI' b'eing built ion the great latkeN is thlidp ly asin tri stII eIII rs IIIIII'H r baldI in ( "'reat rltu lltn. Ile t's that the ostot lt lking difl'il'f llrn e bl\\ ' (t'ti tl n and A rlll'l tnili 1l111ip yISiilH Is l ituld II tll I use I nt' t lthe I lled lHt ,es of tne a tllt11' bor)I'|ngK , ItI stays IIiv t tl t ihllP 1 lulldle's I're ar-i trantging to t btlilln tih se lit llllllll t ' 11 t thhtine flrom the r lutt Id blnte.. y Icul repot rk t Htllvr I'w county, lidat of h) i i hulhiii g ,l I :tlt s in ( t h United at.tes to be the htrge.t iand rhes.t shly ulting liconcerns In the wor'l, iiandILI that It twill devote Its resotlurnlt to rtrotnmic :h llt houllding, to rultlll g to uniotl foru ty the |trehn lir ethoht of o tibllitg nmlaticntl, ill to the li of M. I) KIrnn of hip. citon trui tion tll] lit manaelo lIu l.ent. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. SA ied ptIropota hl will bte t.tlved biy iten iouidty cltlerk of Hi lvr loiw acounty, Htnttl of Montana, at his ofhice at Blutte, for tI. yarple to er al.d joinerk , c nllllnhin o and plastringou, paintlingl, ,elctri wiring, etI., requtlre.l for the completlon of the county houny,ll building for said cch lounty. Titthese proposals to be ait Ih i county h'le'k'n offihe on or befol'r I I it. m. on thu 14th dii y dof ,l anult ry, A. I). 11d0". Plans and fi tttr i eiif outtIIn He-n iie sit .a Ia the oivle of M. I. Klrn & ('o., lsuper vltinl artrhtets of mid b. lding, No. 26 Ant1 ) "t )w hley block, tutte. A .rtilled chehk rot" 4110.00 (folul htln dred dollurs) on It Butte bunk and made payable to W. 1). (hlark, chitltrmn of board of county tonlmist ltorters of Hilvrr iow county, must attl''npanly 111th pro. The right to n seeo t any blo, or to to For flrther Informattion, s;e apec",llau tiont. Att ent: JOIIN WESTON, C(ounty Clfrk. W. D. ('LA tA K, I .:.Jrin hloard County Com:nll~eloners. NOTICII FOR PUBLICATION. Mining Application No, 4484, United States Land O(leh.., Helena, Montana, December 7, 1901. Notice i. hereby given that Johannah Depaull, whose postollico address is liutte, Montana, has this day illed her appl.catlon for a patent for 1500 linear feel, including 000 feet easterly and 000 feet westerly from discovery shaft of the Johanna Lode Mining Claim, upon which a notice of the Intention to apply for patent was posted on the 3d day of Decenlmber, 1901, situnled in Fourth of July, unorganized, Mining District, Jet ferson (county, Molltalna, de.signated as Hurvey No. 6347, Township 3 north, Itsnge 7 west, being more particularly descr'lhid as follow., to-wit: Boginning at northwest Loe. cor ner, a stone 28xSx8 inches, 20 inchcn deep with mound of earth alongside, and marked 1-6:347 for corner No. 1, from which initial point No. 1 In fractional Township 3 north, Range 7 west, bears north 6 decgr " 10 ::n!nutes 30 snconds west 4910.5 f'et, aIll running thence north 65 degrees 30 ml nurMlH isct 1500 fee.;' thence mouth 12 degrees 45 minutes west, 753 feet; thence south 65 degrels %0 minutes west, 1188 feet; thence north 55 degrees 00 minutes west 268 feet; tcance north 12 degrees 45 minutes east 463.5 feet, to corner No. 1, the place c.f be. ginning, containing an area of 19.82 acres claimed. The location of this claim is recorded Pullman Dining and Library Car Route TO SALT LAKE DENVER KANSAS CITY OMAHA CHICAGO ST. LOUIS end ll IIaste.rn Points Short Line to Colorado, Arizona and Mexico San Francisco, Los Angeles (Ocean or Rail) Portland and All Pacii.c Coast Pointt. Daoart..1'50 a. m. 3:00 a. m...Arrive Depart.,4:10 p. m. 5:20 p. m..Arrive Ticket Office, 105 N. Main Street Butte, Montana. I. 0. WILSON, General Agent In Boojk "i," on page iii, Ireorl, od Jefferson County, Montana. Adjoinlin claims on the southwest the Maryland Lode, unsurveyed, Judgoe Wood et Ql. claimants, on the east the Contra Costs Lode, on the west the Elmer Remie Lode, on the northwest the Thelmer Depault Lode, and adjacent on the north the Mont D'Or Lode, the least four lodes unsurveyed and claimed by Fred L. Depaull et ai. GEORGE D, GREENS, Register. M. . 14AKE.R, United States Clnim Agent. (First publication December 10. 1901.) SixMillion DollarsSpeat BY THU Union Pacific R. Re Co In improving what was originally the '.nest track int the ',est. RESULT A comparatively straight and level road bed ballasted with dustless Sherman granlle, rendering possible the highest rate f speed, together with the greatest degree of safety. The magnitude of the wwo k must be seen to be appreciated. WHAT DOLS IT flEAN? Solid comfort, security and plt'~Lture to our ItatrOns. ARI3 YOU OOINO CLAST? If so, yin' cantit.ot afford to go via any other than this W1),YAL H1IGHWAT. F'urther informiation on application per sonally tr by iltter to H. O. WILSON, O. 3. L. Butto, Mont. The Best Friend the Northwest Ever Had "The Road That Made the Northwcet Famous." LTCAVI.R BIUTTE. For at. Ptaul and East, dtaily.,:B0 p. In. OGreat Vl ulln local, dally........:46 a. in. AltitlVEH I U7"I'IU . From 14t. I'ault daily........9:46 p. m. Front Great b tls and 11il Cnn, daily ....................3:45 p. m. F1J1.1. INitlItMATIO)N FROM City Thchet Ollcer, No. 41 North Maine street, Uutte.. J. L. Dawsuon, tleneral Agent. 9lTH T Ticket Office Cor. Park and Ma.n Sts Butte Schedule Arrive Deperr No. 12, to st. Paul, Mlnneraplts, Du- 112,40 a.,12,45am. luth and the East. No. 11, to Spokane. Seattle, Portland nld atsll West r"rn 1Jp.lm. .ZOp No. 14, East bound local, for St. .Paul and East; 1111 ings and all Mls sourl river points, also Del.ver,,.......... 12. . 7o. 13, West hound from St. Paul and East, and all It. & M. and Ml'sourl points, Denver.... iI. 59 am Garrison local to and frotm all luints 9 P, i35 .U West ............. .... 9.5 Mixed, to Whitehall, dally except Hun day; Twlin JIl'ges Tuesdaay, Thurs day and fHalurday; Norris and Pony Monday and Frrlday; leaves from N. P. Iotal Freight De-.10 p. 1 5.OOLm pot ............ ii short Li.1e to Denver W. It. MERRIMAN, Gel. Agt, B. A. P. m. R,. CO. TIME TA.BLB. Trains leave 1., A. & P. depot, Butte, for Anaconda as follows: 10:15 a. m., 4:50 p. m. and 8:15 p. m. Trains leave B., &. & P. depot, Ana conda, for Butte as follows: 8:40 a. m., 3 p. m. and 7 p. m. Great Northern trains leave Anaconda: 8:40 a. m., Great Falls and Helena local, via butte. 3 p. m., to connect with trains for all points east, west and south on Oregon Short Line. Northern Pacific trains leave Ana conda: 9:30 a. mn. for all points west. 7:10 p. m. to connect wlt.t westbound Northern Pacific. 0::5 p. m. to connect with eastbound Northern Pacific. Arrivcs 1:10 p. m., Northern Pacific connection from the wcst. Arrives 8:25 p. m., connection from the east. Arrives. 12:10 p. m., connection fiom the west. To connect v. ith Northern Pacific over 1:.::d at Logan leaves Anaconda at 8:40 a. m. Tickets for sale for all points local and through on the Grseat Northern railway, Oregon Short Line railroad and Northern Paciflo railway and their connections. fte.amehlip tickets for sale to all polntle to ,urope by th, above lines.