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*TNAMSXIPS AGAIN USE THE MARCONI IYSTXM. SEND AND RECEIVE MESSAGES Umbria and Bturia, Sister Ships, Again Demonstrate That the Mar coni System Can Be Put to Practical Use. (Ily Associated Press.) New York, Jan. 27.-The (1unarder Umbria, which has just arrived from Liverpool, talked by means of the "wire less" telegraphy with her sister ship the Etruia, proceeding eastward. Operator Franklin on the Umbria, caught the Etruta's call at 11:40 a. in. last Wednesday in latitude 11 and longi tude 39.25. The conversation was continued for three hours and thirty minutes. The shortest distance at which conver sation was carried on was s: miles and the longest 101 or 110 miles nautical. equivalent to about 125 geographical miles. This was four miles further than those two ships have heretofore iniked to each other. The Umbria sent five messages to the Etrula to be transmitted at Crook Haven to friends in England. Mr. Franklin mladI' no effort to locate the Philadelphia, as he was not aware that the inventor, Marconi, was atoard the American liner or that she had i temporary installment of wireless ap paratus. PRESBYTERIANS' NEW CREED. Outline of Short Declaration of Belief Completed by Committee. (tly Associated Press.) Pittsburg, Jan. 27.-The Presbyterian creed revison ommilttee has been aliled to tweet in Philadelphia week after next, to hear the reports of the several Cull. committees. It Is expected that ti.O' finishing touches will be put on th.' "decaratory statement of the things which are most surely believed," as this sub-committee has completed the out line. The plan is to report this short creed to the next general assembly, as the com mittee feels that it will not satisfy the church simply to report progress. The statement to be Issued recognize; the ufndlnmental doctrines of ('alvinism and expre.sses them in popular form. In the case of the Uni I Pristy doctrines of the divine soverelignty, th " Trinity, the divinity of Chirst, the in spiration of the scriptures, life everlast ing, the atonement, predestination and other fundamental truths, but avoids th ' old phraseology around which contro versy raged. The United Presbyterian General As sembly has also undertaken to sum nmartxe the doctrines of the Confession of Faith for popular use. nI the evase of the United Presby terians the (General Assembly will settle the question, and the churches will use the statement on their recommendation. LADY MACKENZIE ARRIVES. Wa Noted English Woman Will Visit in America for a Time. 1 (By Associated Press.) 1r1 Ncw York, Jan. 27.-Lady Constance ;vb MacKenzie, a niece of the Duke of Co Suthcrland and iteiress to large prop- s1< erty in her own r ght, is a passenger on da the l'mbria. She is accompanied by her cousin, Hugo Baring, of the banking or firm of Baring Brothers, why is a brother of Iord Itevelstoke. th, They were met by Mrs. C. S. Dodge, the who win entertain and chaperone Lady ro Constance, while she is In this country. pp Lady Constance has traveled exten sively in Europe and the East, but this en is her first visit to America. tlb The Duke of Sutherland, who is her wl guardian as well as her uncle, was re- th luctant at first to let her come but finally yielded to her express wishes to see the of United States. He "I shall spend some time in New York. ut and if I am pleased with my experience 3, here, I shall make an extensive tour of er the country, she said. "I shall not be satisfied until I have seen all the wonders you have to show visitors." Will Build a Hospital. Dillon, Jan. 27.-Through the interces salon of Rev. Henry F. Cope, pastor of the First Baptist church of this city, U Andrew Carnegie has offered $7500 for a ci library building for the city of Dillon. to provided the city furnish a suitable site and an annual appropriation for the f maintenance of the library. In he of ha All fltsd MI1ats at r Cut rrices Too many hats-too many staple c shapes to carry over for another season. A chance to get hatted cheap and good. v You can't see our window display -the window is frosted-better let us show them to you. The best $g.oo hat for ....... U365 Any $3 or $2.50 $1.95 hat for....... . All $2.0o hats for P........... 102e " L wtlr Prices 00oe Lower Here" MAKES BAD CHARO[ BIBOP COLEMAN ON INTEMPER ANCE AMONG THE WOMEN. SAYS IT IS ON THE INCREASE He Believes That the Women of Both England and America Are Grad ually Becoming i.overs of Alcoholic Beverages. (1ly Associated Press.) New York, Jan. 27.-The Hight Rev. el.ghton Coleman, Epiacoepal bishop of Delaware, who startled his bearers in a mission address at New Brunswick, N. J., by the statement that there is an alarming increase of intemperance among women along with a decrease of intemperance among men, has repeated the statement and added assertiuns iqually interesting. He says that his opinion had bean formed only after exhaustive investiga tion and observation of conditions in this country and abroad. Bishop Coleman saga a newspaper hostile to his views set on foot an inquiry in New York with the view of dl.proving his charge. Committees of impartiali citizens went to the various fashionable hotels an A w(omens' restaurants taking note of the orders of women patrons. They found that to take wines, cor diils, even whisky with one meal was tin almost invariable rule among the wealthy and fashionable set. Not only this, but in so-called tea rooms, intoxiceents were served to women who ordered them without the pretense of ordering a meal. "Intemperance among women, how ever," said the bishop, "is not confined to the women of the wealthy end fash lonable class. The use of stimulants, inedilcines, braeers, tonics, and all aim tnir devices serving as a mask for the iiqoor habit is becoming more general among the middle classes. "In Engiand conditions are worse even than here." POPE IN GOOD HEALTH. Sas Excellent Memory and Is All Right Physically and Mentally. (lly Associated Press.) New York. Jan. 27.-Signor Iappont, I r he Pope's physician, in view of the con tant reports of the pope's ill health, said o a home correspondent of the Press: "The pope is in excellent health. both nental and physical, and is looking for card joyfully to the fetes which rete irate his 25 years pontIficate. Theo rtes which hegin the last of March con Inie one year in order that pilgrinm mm all parts of the world mniy at end." As an Inslaence of the pope's 'thur nemory, at a recent reception for th' tomnn anrstceracy. the pope observed Ia rquis 'atinli and sail: "I rememhb.r ,ou well, marquis. We mnt the first tinte it Osiend station tit yhiurs ago. You were with your f;ither.', BOER PRISONERS' APPEAL. Want to Take Oath of Allegiance and Aid in Ending the War. (Ily Associated Press.) London, Jan. 27.-'t'he goierniiint has Issued the tbxt of the petition received from the l.oer pilIsoneis aht iiermuida, which was referred to yesterday by Colonial S eretary 'imiiberlain in his speech in the house of inunlmns. It is dated Hlptitmber 24, and its signers rep resent the prisoners encimped hil Tiuhk or's Island. The petitioners say they arc awiIre of the impossihility of the hocrs rethining their independence, and are averse to the continuance of the war. for whiii they blane those who are still fighting. At least three hundred of the prison ers expressed their willingness to take the oath of allegiance to Great Iltittin, while the remainder are willing to take the oath of neutrality. It is asked that Ihose t iking the oath of allegiance he iiloweel to reiurn to South Africa, they promising to do thelr utmost to promote the interests of Gneat Britain, especially ui thih direi tlin of ending the war. AMERICAN EXPOSITION. Said That the Show Will Be a Great Success. (t3y Assuclated Press.) Now York, Jan. 27.--Atfred H. Post, the United States commissioner of the ex clusively American exposition, which Is to be held in the London Crystal Palaco from May to October ,this year, in an interview said: "The success of the ex position, so far as regards an abunjance of exhibits are assured, applicat'ons having already been received for moca than 75 per cent of available space. "What is desired, however, is a truly representative exposition embracing all sorts of American manufactured gools. To accomplish this end, we can find plenty of room for manufactureis of such specialties as are not covered in hlie applications now in hand. RIOT AT THEATER. Chinese Tragedian Caused a Rumpus by Poor Acting. San Francisco, Jan. 27.-Pye Tsung, who is a Chinese tragedian from the Mott Street theater in New York's Chinatown, last night appeared before the critical play-goers of San Francisco's Oriental quarter. lie failed to please, and the expressions of disapproaval by the audience precipi tated a riot. For a few moments the theater was lit erally a storm center for a shower of mis siles. A squad of police were sent for, and after clubbing the riottrs into submis stln took the ring leaders to jail. BOSTON CHE IET DROWNED. Was Skating With Miss Coursin of McKeesport, Also Lost. (By Associated Press.) McKeesport, Pa., Jan. 27.-R. Mellis, of Boston, Mass., a chemist in the Na tional Tube works, and Miss Nellie Courain, daughter of ex-Mayor R. S. Coursin, were drowned in the river here while skating. The bodies have not been recovered. WINTEIR W[AiItft rhPOrT o0 asC$NT ToZaX 2, BanV33KBAD cOVNTY. STOCK SUFFERED BUT LITTLEN It Was Coldest at Bannock Where rjU Degrees Below Zero Was Reported--o Hills Are All Bare Again Snowfall Not Heavy. (Special to Inter Mountain) Dillon, Jan. 27.-The worst storm that has visited this section for the past three years, is clearing up today, the wind having shifted to the south and the temperature is rising rapidly. The coldest weather recorded was at Ditmack Saturday night at 9 o'clock, when Pusamuster Jackson teluphoned down that the thermometer registered 45 degrees below zero. In Dilion Saturday night at 9 o'clock the thermometer registered 35 below and it got still colder before morning. One Case of Freezing. T here has been no casualties reported from the extreme cold, only one case of serious freezing occurring, that one he ing Charles (jooden, who froze his feet so severe that at first it was feared his toes would have to he amputated. Later the frost was sutcessfully drawn out of the injured members and no serlaus ro sults will follow. lie froze himself while driving out to the oil well in Smalihorn canyon. When be got about half way out his tram re fused to go and in coming hoiue, facing the stiff wind prevailing, the freezing oc curred. Nipped ears and fingers are numerous. Stock Did Not Suffer. Throughout the county stock has suf fered but little, everything but the horses being in pastures where ample feed and shelter have beri pmts tidd. lioth cattle and shoep have been kept close to sheds and haystacks for the past week. Fi"i'ding is now general and no loss of sltck is anticipated. Ilorsii on the range have weathered the storms In good shape and they are are little the worse for their experience. A patty consisting of Duke C1st, ft. L Shaw, ticorge Elinger and H. Q. Putngtt came in fromn the tig Hole basit Satur day and they made the trip over the range from Jackson without serious dis., comfort but say it was one of the co, est days they were ever out in. In the low launds the .snow fell to' a depth of six inchoe. tilt in the foothIllt and m tttinttrts It fell to I tle tills depth and the wind has driltid it lid that airi:ndy the exposed httisi'es ire bare so.that stock can again be rustled in the open within it few days. SHAMROCK'S SAILS SOLD. Rigging Costing Many Thousands Sold for a Trifle. (fly Asso iated Press.) New York, Jan. '7.-A job lot i' toiit and rigging belonging to Sir TPhm tnn Llpton's ya'it Shamrock 11, vlh'h was left fromt the fire at the yard of John L. Robins company in Brooklyn a few weeks ago. has h)e 'i sold war $430. 'Thi'e was a large crowd of specula tors on hand, but the whole lot was sold to one ttan. 'lbh sails were made of the finest can vas and linen and one of the sets is said to have ecst $5000. It is Itt iveved there are several thou sanil yards of cloth not injured by the tire. ELK K1LLS A BOY. tuns Antlers Through Body and Tosses him over Fence. (ly Associated Press.) Oakland, Cal., Jun. 27.-Frank Purtadi, aged 1S y acs, was gored to death by a iclious elk he was feeding at Piedmont, Springs park. Young Purtado and Leslie Spencer, the locky, had taken some 'hay and barley into t he corral to feed the five elks there The largest elk was in a morose mood antl madei a dash for Purtado. The prongs of the antlers caught him in the right groin and with the youth's hody on its antlers the elk ran about the corral two or three times and then, tois5*d the liiy over an eight foot fence into the road, where he died in a fqw nouni ii' . REORGANIZE CHINESE ARMY. Viceroys of Provinces About to Patch Up Dlderences. (thy Associated Press.) Tacoma, Jan. 27.-The steamship Vic toria brings news that Viceroy Liu of Nankin and Viceroy Yuam Shi Kal of Chi LI have stopped the proposed sale of the Pet Yank naval squadron to Russia and are rapidldy making preparations for an ientire reorganization of 0hlna's navy and army. The viceroys purpnse to employ Amer icans and British naval officers in ef fecting the reorganization of the Chinese navy. Naval and military headquarters will be established at Tien Tsin. Reorganization of the Chinese army will be commenced by Viceroy Yuan Shi Kal, of Chi LI, who will inmediatly mo bilize an army of 100,000 foreign drilled troops for use in the provinces of Chi LI and Sham Tung. SOME NEGROES LYNCXED. Farmer Grant Was Revenged by the Hanging of Three. (fay Associated Press.) New York, Jan. 27.-Two negroes h've been lynihed In a distant portion of West Carroll parish, La., for the murder of G. N. Grant, a police juror. Grant, while out hunting with a friend named McKay, came upon some negroes Who had killed and were cleaning hogs. He found the animals were his own hogs and attempted to arrest the ne groes, when one of them fired at him, the bullet entering .hts brain. McKay aroused the whites in thi neighborhood with the news of the mu* der. A posse was hastily formed. Three negroes were captured and two of then lynched at once, Infant's Arm Broken. Vi"ginia City, Jan. 27.-The infant cdi of John Huber, sustained a fall 1ia' night, breaking his right arm below thu elbow. * 7ATH Of [RWARI BISEOP B*TUZI ZAS EVOE TO SAT AGAINAW IT. ANTS CATHOLICS TO PRAY e Believes That Parliament Should Change the Oath and Suggests That Catholics Do Some Act of Faith on Coronation Day. (By Associated Press.) Albany, Jan, 27.-Bishop Burke, in the ,,Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception yie this city, took occasion to refer to the v.tth which King Edward VII will take Lt his coronation. The bishop said he wished the world, and especially the Catholics, to know ;Jst what reference the oath contained, pod while the king was ewearing that the Divine presence in the most blessed encharist was false and the sacrifice of the mass a superstition, he wanted ever: Catholic to raise his heart to the Al mighty and make a most devout act of fnith. Insult to Catholics. Tlnless parliament should change hiA (uth, the bishop declared, King Edwari %%ould, as the ruler of his kingdom, in suit millions of Catholic subjects when l1. took it. "We must throw aside all sentiment; os met look at the facts as they are in told reality," declared the bishop. "If King Edward were to take the oath now I- would be obliged to swear that the eucharist is not the body and blood, soul and divinity of our Divine Lord, under the appearance of bread and wine, and le' would have to swear that this divine Sc lithie of the mass which we are offer. Ing here is a superstition or a fable. "On the day of the coronation of King Edward, I want every Catholic to pray frvently to (Iod, to repeat the apostle's creed, to make an act of faith, and, it passible, to spend some time in ador.i t'oo before the must blessed sacrament." BUILD NEW JOSS HOUSE. New York Chinese Are Preparing to Worship New Idol. (Ily Associated Press.) New York, Jan. 27.-The Chinese in tts city are arranging a new juss house, and the new idol--Mon Eye Mu-is being piuf'cd in position. 'don Eye Mu I said to be one of the r5' utest Mlnlhu JoSses. For the last 20c0 years he resfed on a high pedestal in one of the tcopies built in honor of e onfuclus in ('hina until recently, when it was decided to send him to this country. It is said that the Joe's is named afi r a great and good man who lived in thi, province of Kwang 'iung in the early age of the Chinese empire, and whose fol lewers today number several millions in e waug Tung alone. MRS. BROWN-POTTER OUT. Quitst ast of "t'iysses" ua Author Didn't Like Her Acting. (fly Associated Press.) London, Jan. 27.-Mrs. Brown-Potter has resigned her part as Calypso in Stephen Phillip's "Ulysses," to be pr' duced at Her Majesty's theater on Feb ruary 1, owing toi a disagreement be twet'n herself and Dlr. Phillips regarding the rendering of the part. The acrtess says that Mr. Phillips told her at rehearsal tha' she did not realize Ill.; idea of Calypso, and adds: "C'alypso's great scene is a love scene ocnrupying 22 minutes. I intendel to play it 1. Iit all the passion and en'otion of which I ant capable. He objected, say ing he did not want emotion and passion, cily just charly enunciated words, and clcelied that special attention be paid to the 'ands,' 'Ifs' and 'huts.' "I have never played a love scene In that way, and I do not intend to alter lcy methods now. "Mr. Phillips also said that my voice 'cold not lce heard beyond the stalls, so I abandoned the part." JEWS ESTABLISH COLONY. Want to Come to the United States r rom Roumania. (thy Associated Press.) New York, Jan. 27.-More than 200 Itounranian Jews have agreed on a state Icent to be presented this week to t''lcrecw charities and to a number of wealthy Hebrews known for their phil rnthroplc tendencies. The Roumanian Jews have formed an organization which they call the ('a Operative Industrial colony and they hope that they can get a tract of land somewhere in the United States where they can bring their families and estab lish a colony, FREE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL. Contractor Sanden Is Preparing to Commence Work. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Dillon, Jan. 27.-John H. Sanden, who with Charles Statbern of Helena has the contract for erecting the free county high school building, has been in this section for several days past and has put a force of stonecutters at work ctrssing the stone to be used in the building. Mr. Sandrcn will remain in Dillon for the greater part of the winter, and will Iccrvornally superintend the work of pro ciring for the erection of the building. I' c stated yesterday that he would have s very thing in readiness to begin the work of erecting the building as soon as the weather would permit in the spring. The first story of the building will be of stone, the balance brick. The brick has already been contracted for and will be furnished by the Switzer Brick corn pany of Helena. Saturday Mr. Randen let a contract to Manager MoKinney of the Dillon Lum ber company to furnish all the dimen saon lumber to be used in the building, this being the first time that a hobre firm has attempted to figure on a con e tract of sucsh magnitude. Will Build a Hospital. (By Associated Presst) Richmond, Ind., Jan. 27.-The Method ists of Indiana, It is announced, have undertaken the erection of a large lchilantlrrople hospital to be erected al You can reach everybody in Btitte with p want ad in the Inter Mountain. It is the family paper of Butte, eagerly waited for every evening and read at the hearthstone In leisure. the state capital. The cost Is to be $200, 000 and the endowment $500,000. The work of raising funds will be pushed 1 over the entire state. Work will begin on the building as soon as $50,000 Is avail able. NEWS FOR LEAD MINERS. Smelting Company Advance the Price Several Points. (By Associated Press.) Salt Lake, Jan. 27.-A special to the Tribune from Denver says prices for pig lead were advanced $2 a ton Saturday by N the American Smelting & Refining com pany, and notices to this effect were sent all over the United States. The new prices, which will go into ef fect at once, will put lead on the basis of 4 1-10 cents per pound or an advance of 10 cents per hundrqd pounds. WIT~huRAPT MURDER. Two Indians Arrested for Kiling a Japanese Up North. Vancouver, B. C., Jan. 27.--The steamer Tees has arrived from the north with news of the arrest of two Indians, charged with the recent murder of a Japanese in connection with the tribal war at Metalakatla between Indians and rival tribes. According to a statement of the prison ers it appears that they had blamed the Japanese, or a man living with him, for practicing sorcery. to which the as ct ihed the death of several of their tribe. By way of revenge they killed Kama cnura, a Japanese, in the belief that his death would save the rest of the tribe from the consequences of Kamamura's witchcraft. WANT ADS. WANT AD. RATES. Funeral and death notices, fraternal society notices, entertainment notices, cards of thanks, 10 cents a line each in sertion. Help wanted, situations wanted, houses and rooms, real estate, etc., 15 words or less 15 cents: 16 to 20 words, 20 cent; 21 to 25 words, 25 cents, etc. No discount for additional Insertions. Personals, fortune telling, palmists, proprietary remedies, 2 cents a word each Insertion, $2.00 per month per line. ANPWEItS TO ADVERTISEMENTS addressed care the Inter Mountain and left at this office, shoul' always be in closed in sealed envelopes. No stamp is required on such letters. The Inter Mountain will not be re sponsible for errors in advertisements taken through the telephone. 25CE9T DINNER 4:30 TO 8 P. M. Southern Hotel-All you want of any and every dish for 25c. Read the bill of fare today, from 4:30 to 8 p. m.: Noon, January 27. SOUP-German Noodle. BOILED Kansas City Spare tibs and Sauerkraut. ROAST-Prime Cut of Beef, Pan Gravy; Leg of Mutton, with Dressing. EN TitlES-R:tewed Beef, with Small Onions: Lamb Fricassee, Bakey Turkey Pie, Chill Con Carne, Apricot Cobbler. V :(IE'TABILES - Steamed Potatoes, Stewed Carrots in Cream, Suocotash. IPASTliY-Creen Apple and Pea' Pie, Iiread Pudding, Lemon Sauce. SPE CIALS FOR 4 P. M.-Beefsteak, Spanish Sauce; Pork Chops, Cold Meats. Assort ed Cake, stewed French Prunes. Celery. Tea, Coffee or Milk. FUNERAL NOTICES. Meta, the 9-year-old daughter of Mrs. Thos. L. McKinnon, died yesterday. The funeral will take place Wednesday at 2 p. m. from the family residence, rear 517 West Daly street, Walkerville. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETINGS. Chas. Schatzlein Paint Company-An nual meeting of stockholders will be held on Saturday, February 1, 1902, at No. 14 West Broadway, 11 o'clock a. m., to elect trustees, and to transact any other lawful business. Dated Butte, Montana, January 22, 1902. C. M. ATKINS, Secretary. MISCELLANEOUM. BEST BIT CIGARS 5 FOR 50 CENTS Every bit chgar-5 for 50c-at 1Eurke & Strobelas, 51 West Broadway. ENGINEERS LICENSE--MECHANICS, Engineers, Firemen, Electricians, etc.; 40-page pamphlet containing questions asked by Examinlinig Board of En. gineers; sent free. Geo. A. Zoller, publisher. room 278, 18 5. Fourth street, St. Louis. Mo. LOST-ON ARKSTRET. AKG containing silk and pattelna. Finder please return to 342 East Park street, Butte, and receive reward. MAZIIt, PALMIST ANi) CARD R5AD or. Readings S00. 811 West Park. MALE HELP WANTED. WANTED-MEN TO LEARN BARBER trade; steady practice; expert Instruc tions, etc. We offer facilities that can not be had elsewhere. Hundreds of graduates recommend us. There is no limit to term. All advantages until competent. Special offer for thirty days. Can earn scholarship, board, tools and transportation, if desired. Catalogue mailed free. Mofer Barber College, Minneapolis, Minn. WANTED-MIN'S FURNISHING goods man in charge of shirt depart ment of Weinstock, Luben & Co., Sac ramento, Cal., desiree to change loca tions. Address E. L. Wheeler, care of Weinstock, Luben & Co., Sacramento, California. WANTED-MEN TO LEARN THE barber trade, term not limited. Come soon and prepare for spring rush. Special offer now. Can earn scholar ship, board, tools and transportation if desired. Make application today. Moler Barber College, Minneapolis, Minn. COLLECTIONS. BUTTE AD.UtbTMENT COMPANY *ollects bad bills. Trw it. 115 N. Mai. FOR RENT. ROOMS FOR RENT-NICELY FUR nished front room. 412 West Granite. PASTURE FOR RENT-FINE FEED ing field for horses, on reasonable terms. For particulars write Peed Hopp, Willis, Mont, FURNISHED ROOMS. FOR RENT - TWO FURNISHED rooms for housekeeping. Corner Park and Montana. FOR RENT-MODERN FURNISHED rooms; reasonable; plenty of heat and hot water at all times. 502 West Park. FOR RENT-DINING ROOM AND kitchen of the Hazel block. 116 East Granite. FOR RENT - TWO FURNISHED rooms for housekeeping; modern, 328 South Washington. FOR RENT - TWO FURNISHED rooms, suitable for three or four gen tlemen. 319 North Washington. BUSINESS CHANCES. FOR SALE-VERY DESIRABLE MOD ern 16-room lodging house at a bar gain, clearing $1000 monthly. For par ticulars address M. A., care Inter Mountain. FOR SALE-10,000 SHARES OF THE Butte Mine Exploration Co.. which is working the Pacific Mine, at 30 cents per share. Address W. Sutton. FOR SALE-CONFECTIONARY, CIGAR store and bakery, only $880; good loca tion; five rooms in connection. Call and see it. Chas. L. Smith & Co., No. 83 West Granite street. FOR SALE-4-ROOM FURNITURz; house for rent. Inquire Oeschli, 134 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 dey, : 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. ASSAYER. A. B. HIOMBAUER. ASSAYER AND chemist. Ruccsssor to Carney & Head. 108 North Wvomini street MONEY TO LOAN. MONEY TO LOAN-LARGE OR SMALL sums. Jackman & Armitage Company, 87 North Main street. MONEY LOANED ON CHATTELS and time checks. Butte Chattel Mort. gage company. 82 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., 46 East Broadway, Butte. Look at This! A 28-room lodging house on West Broadway, must be sold at once, owner leaving town. $2,300 Clear from $150 to 5200 monthly. G. W, RODBIE, 8 West Broadway, upstairs.