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sorts of argun, nt to get him to algn
without my knowing it. They told him he wal foolish to do in I said, that he had a chance to make mioney now, and I would (Ieat him out of it, and all that,, ThernMelovern almoat c"r'hd In his ef p forts to get the kid to agree to a match. Finally they got the kid to say yes, and made an appolntmentt to meet him at 2, o'clock In the mornilg aind sign rtlhets.1. May, that would he a nice lhunch of anrti In a special to the Inter Mountain re ceived too late yesterday from Manager c McCloskey for publication, the L:utte magnate says: "The Pacific Northwest League held a its scheduled meeting at the Spokane t hotel. A great deal of business was transacted and everything went smooth ly. The Butte and Helena clubs were I formally admitted to the league. 'After a lengthy discussion it was de- a tided to Ilay five games a week. "The schedule prepared and present,,d by Presildent LU('I was adoptletd. "The season will opeln on April 29 aind close October 12. "'Butte will open the seasoln at Spok.lo,'. "Helenll will be Itutt,"' first oplponent at home. The scheduile calls fir 120 games. "Portland will play In Itutte onil ilners' union day. "Spokane plays In Itutte on the Fourth of July and Sealtle on lubor 1)ly. "Ilutte plays in ltelona on Mll.lllnrial day. "The Montana clubs fared well In the matter iof holiday gamnes it htmiie.. "The 'lctor hall was adopteild as lthe oftlelal ball of this league, Ihaving ofTered the best liroposition. Ev"ry hclub i. t re sentative reported the greatest Itlllhusl asm in his city. "I have secured 'lltnIe Itun' .Toe Mar shall for Ilutte. Mairshall pulchaseld his ' own rtleaee frolll plkne klland I havei' hils contract in lly Iplckolt. '"Everything anuglurs ell for .i mi.st I succe'ssful season. "J. J. a t'l t ,slK I:Y. I tPre.sh leit ]Uas will al.oitnt a local t umpire in each clly ii l lakle the pllle of the reguhl;r ulitlpirt if sick or inillcl p l tateil. Ialph I)othhl will be lIcal nmpi Ih for Spokane all "Trilhy" IInhkin frl ;' ]ortc ai ld. MaliiF e.r rim wts noulil lit ltha i hli, has signed ltibhar i( i, ltt id n, i u I brlother of thle it rtiland t pit , Ihr, lt ilitch for Spokane. It is glien oult ltait ner 'lla t,, .1t'k .is lt was too l'te in is offer luaitrry No iew t'h(e to I utti e to pitch for I the sI ast . l .t The (I .l" was $17ý; It neitl h, $100 :i ,ivance monely and ra'ilrod ftllar' bith 1ways. Nvwmnyer had alrea:ly slg; ned with Colorado S.rillllgs it a lowe\Ir salary andii Is aill broken iup ovr his haIt l ilk t lihe was anxinls tit pily unillr 2.11 'loskey. lie had refiisatd jilt nfftr iitlid by lack Gri of he atce i Spoka lteii, kbit would It have ju piledt at theI liutt oi aJir if re leased. Antcher "blill" ofer ix forlso wanil e bare Mc('losey but ilo fir haby on liln lifr to Justcure his ronni' ce. All of the Western pl. yers ich coger iIs thpy aticl-(r the mannagemnenl of Mei'l.sk,,y, to ho ha, it great reputation is a manager and su. cessful lethder. conls lten sal iy luy have aloonways iben tSoueate like genlly iin al though lhe dst cellrne .is see .(' luring nhe games, but thin, s slatd up for they the unuse.al pTheule lr .lyot ofh Json Iof McCloskey's players creawy iromi holne. Another bunch of boxers for exrci lse are bem hing searched for by constables from Justice O'(onntr's court i thilk ervlle. The s'earlyh comes I the after math ofed the contests at the lairy inle saloon In South Butte last Mor day night. Propram e, tor Sehwager has been ar lrested and balled out before Justice O'('onnor and his partner, Ityan, Is slated for the ame ostose. There tinreg yet lot f "John thoe" warrants out for the boxers but none of them have been foundl to his yet in of to the fact that fleltlouns names were given by the parthcipants. The thnnoung toue bument was made thlls morning that "Tilly" Engslrom had ac cepted the terms offered by W. W. King, the champion pool player, for a 6On hall gay rme,o to be ayed to go to An wthl the next 30 days. The will retuin e for $2000 a side, and will provacte one orf the nmost intresting yet played aSon an the experts. King has been aonfsned to his rohnt of late with lung trouble, but was suili<'lInt ly recovered today to go to Anaconda on a business trip. He will return in a day or two and begin practice for the match. Engstrom is practicing In Sun Fran edseo and as soon as he consldern himself In form twill agree to tile actual date of the match. Already sporting eellaes are stirred by the lprospect of a match be tween thei two players, and there is a likelihood of both carrying considerable ilooney int side bets. In the last contest between Engstrom and King, consistinig of a series of short games, for $70 a side, King won. Eng stronm left Great Falls, where the games were played, with the understandn-e thiat he would piactlee up and then iutte a o-allt'tgt foit a ('ihi llllinshl)ip gaTle. D'Oro, the only othier cltimant of tile puol ieltapiiollshil , is giving exhhllitilon games through the New lngland states, but Is slated to cmne West. It Is lilkely that hie will challenge the \\wInner of the K lng-lltgst rom match. Sam i ltzpatrick, the famous sporttig mati, who hlas made trips to atill !,rts of the worild In the Interest of the boxlitg gilme, may take a journey to the clty of Ha\'va, Cuba, before long. 1-H expects to get the consent uf the prope atluthori ties to carry on boxing shows it HI.van.a. The national chamipionship commitnt. of the Amateur Athletlei union hla:is com pleted arrangements with the Penn Atl, letic club of Philadelphia for holding the A. A. U. boxing and wrestling cllnamniot. slhps. The prelimtitarnles will tal,: place F.brul'ary 2i and 2I, alld the final; March 1. The following classes have Ieen de ilded upon: 105 pounds, 115 polinds, 125 rpounds, 135 pounds, 145 pounds., IS'A pounds, wrestling. Entries clone F,.hru ary 20. The champlonshlps are only open to those reglstered with the A. A. I[. Iuaces for the amateur skating mianllll plionhllp of the IUnlted States and (Canada will he held at Verona, N. J., January 31 and Fe'bruary 1, if conditions alre favor able. The events Inciludei a half mile acnd (onei', t c, five anIdl ten-ciile,' raI'cl'i, . .Jillce o .1 ('. ho(I(tt htingeCr.' f ortii' (,cl.,i) rlty which JPresihent Itoosevelt tained \'when he huintedi III t il n Ilons in Iotcitt county, 'olorado. ('crhtt has wrltlen Iteddly (ialicgher at lienvir ihat he will like I Ir'nak In his vaudeville enlgage ment and hunt lions In the Iltiekles for three ci' ks. ihe i'celnlrn.iehson Iteddy to engage' a guide for hInI , and leavei' all thie pr,'lllllnin ry llarralngel 'nts for' hinl. lie says h' h d( ,.es n titll i k hi. will Ihe abl' i, cu.nll' out Wet'cI until tIhe ni idll' of i,',hruary. II' will lring along ait fT\ of hI' l in tinate friendlH. A dispatch front lDenvicr acniitc es that "iYoung ('olrhii t" has closd i minatch with "KI d" lat vtlgie, to take plait' hforeo'titi liii' clllh ircfl.iliCg tht' hIc.t illlhce'mccll l'lltH . There is sonI ciic ln, ht of tlhi. rcepor, t tictnig iitrue, oVwing Ito tIh, difference t ' ' in eighlt aind I disputell alre'llady scheduilhd iover that lil),prt:lnt )point. (Corh tt 11and Iln ill managr have repl tedly clciccnnouniiced th at lh y wil (l l ninshin no engagents untlil Jiflir t he th(atri.cal lourl, IIand IaIIso ni lt until lthe contrac t tile with thei l ntic er (lb hlas. r xpl'led. Johvlili.y ('or.el t it ' iil llllana ' r iof ih. lii iit 't lielt na ptio , has (.nti' out In th" Ineli\ sp llll S f lor h In to II.ir Ime( to rC' fluc the plihll.h'd le'tcr of Kmlin Harrlcis, M!c' e(ivern's ii nai gllcel , in i hicl'h .. iC ila h linii tlh, 'hl (IIlon and l his nllnllagl. l" "nnke'd out if New Yoik iiito avici'l niccking the ma cl'h iiromisin.d." This is what .Mlana g'r i' ir ii It . lsays: "Motc'l of the lhings thia lacrrli halist. \rlttl c iari' l h t trll) e. acicind ihe uace \i th y iia' nHot. VWheln i e lift Ne.w Yiorik city It was Il(llciwn to all tic nmun h hii 'wll i'lcl ito k.c'now tihact w.c wIre going anic they amcilit la, see'n iiic go. if lthly lii ,cs wisl.hd. li' n tli, . id ir . t went to il New Yorkli'i ' we mcii 'aaci itort and M0141i%.ccc'l cun a li.t of' ithi'r ,i. tci g i ull i in th.e N w'\V York Journal D'iie] Repr'eserinti ttives ii .re prlsl nt riilo i all thie' l iiitillpersc in New Ylork city. 'Thier' i'i. we talked over lIhe ii hole' matterl'. Harrici wcanlted a r'e liurn nuttc h ati oncel, u t I told nlaii I cioucl lInot ag ee tio ti l. I t rld i thi n that ii h had iuntc ' c cn all tih' w icay to N ,w York to illght I their I in. We hld gon ie ic hlil ciuctcl y, icguighti tlhcillc wilh hils i lreferee' anlid ii Ilth all i.s people a utl l theI rhig. My Idi(., I sc( i, was noit alcly lclcrlppeiting, i. had flcoughi t ccin ll w frn msix of the hlst f'ailhe'lr'iglhts In the c'ou try ht, fOre hie fought their nian, ci manln th'ey hadii th'rii l yicng to clacs cwith Jelfflies. ''ice klld had 'been in almost ciconstantllt triainlg lfo'r about csix months anlid lhe ineeded ai ret. I tohl Harris that I would give hihn an cc ccswer after Jiianuarly 1. 'c'h're' waiis at lot of talk, of couirse, but I stuck to wchat I haid xtai. I iwanted Ito take lth' kid bacck to I)enver andi give hin i' rest. Finally Hlarris agreed to my proposal, that nolthing m.iOe shoulhl cie slaid until alfter January I. WVe shook hatnds on that, and the mleeting brokte ulD In iaplpariently the hlnt of fceling. Every one lpresent, and tlhere were ..ie lsporting editors of neati'ly atill the New York pa l'pers tihere, seemed to think I had done the fah'ir thing and the square thing." "On thlie Sunday night liccthwell istalrted the six iday cace, cHarris acid Mi t.overn got the kid down to the Metro pole early in the evening and used all aorts of argumc' ntsi to get him to Slgn without my knowing it. They t ld him he was ftoolish to do l I laid, that he had a chnance to mlake money now, and I would beat him out of it, clnd all that., Then Mc(rovern almost crhid in hl ef forts to get the kid to agree to a match.; Finally thoy got the kid to nay yes, and. made an appointment to meet him at 32 o'clock In the morning and sgln arthlcaes.. May, that would he a nice bunch of artl-t eles, signed at 2 o'clock In the rncirnlng, in a naloon with no one therei on the kid's part but himself. That was a niche. Job, wasn't It, to put up on the kid to make a sucker out of hhn. A lot of cold guys at 2 o'clock In the morning against one lonely kid. They told "Corbett" not to may anything to me, and anid he ought to t(Io his own nmatch-making, and a whole loIst more just like that. W\'1ll, the kid ciame over Ito Madiscon HSquare H(ar den and told nce alt about it. I :csked if heI kne.w who .cwas pir,,'ent when he anld he wouil miikie thic ligh, and sail there wast Ict sp)rtinig ciman t fronm the Novwv York Worldi Ilid a loct of. thrl fellowc. he did cnot know( . told IiicI Ithen not to go down to the Mcetroplcl.. at 2 o'elo'k, that I wouit go down for him and settle the cmattelr. While we \wr' tallkillng n came IHIl'i s cIIIn Mc'(:ov' crn aintd i lot of other IrtlloI . liarrlst girt oni cone Ii le of the kid andtl McIcoven .cat dol\\n Itlteen uR. Thcy talked it while aind then I naked Jli T'rH if Iie \ was not cc pretty mark, aft'l'r he hall madIIe tn cgreement. to try to g't the kid to, sign over mi" head. 'T'hc.y were sc.uiricilsc.d to lind that I knew anything nhltcot it. I told them thcn that It was not II Hquaire thing to do: that we had made an ilgre'(e''lil'llt IIandi had shaken hliilndsc cii ioi, antld I Ihoiught he risih moan tlen gh Ito II' up ito It. Acfter it while. lhuey got tli acld thlc the kid to lk:pl hiss iti lppul t I llli t. ** "I left iothl.il llai t c thi1'1 M.ltdisIon Square (hIrden acld wic t downc to the .li troiole imyself. There er ct. i tc i,' r lii C 'harhley l%'hiti, thi, two tCic lisiceII ' buyit, Joe llu rphril',", sp iting t i11 ii i ( ii any ofi the' papcrcs and it lot cf' oth'ers, heshidesl hIan rri sul .1t eh(rv rn. llarril.;'s rent for Ihl(i kid hci hn he "ni. hel ha llt nie ciomne,' andi they tried to g hi Jlin tIo sign in sl pite' of Imlc. lint I kept hli ui'f; I tlol lthemi tha t I iwncl not sign ay lipapers i ai siiotci l t thal t ti 'lII int l hi. morning: that iiaircic amd I haI d i i n ag'r' cttenct tha - noihiicg Shioultd itt 'e done until ll gavl e my Ianswer alifter JIclanuary I, c ind tihct it II was SII rather nastli' y cwa iyl. t ill IloIci ust is to Iry Iol geit thl h f 1 i' gree 'i it flight over iay hlai . They, thutu is, tinmlt., made lo I er:ickc ai ciutt whlat they could do to thel' kill thon)cc t ii' n iew paplirs., tand I tccl tincic to gc c;cihra . 'to re it is.' I tuit chtmcc,. '; uc tiinck in the' IoIIn'intg. W hat a tlin, ' to st l artlcles flr :c light, \'," ar iin ii cicic. 'rhiI c It is i l nice pli 'e Il 'e'se upcl :Il dtie l t lhis, houri. (Ic ahl odn icl slccy ti hatit you hlec:ics'. I think the pubilic will I ,e i hci toi Jcudge of tlc ' l-state Icn cit go.t loti hl r t thcc s hour it the toiotn I tiic'.' "It wciasc then Ihat lt.11l ' 'ac nc c lili the khlit a cur. I lticri id ,iround and c i ut myi biciil oin the khi ' t c,.ullert'. ''You ;art like ai g itlti n: ti.' I s ril, 'no i I ttlir' hail Ih cie' fi'llwc'us di.' I \\% I I a goiing to icalV (he kilt get Into it light ih to it place ihei' lc 're ir'ly 'verlly onllte was i gi st us. 'rThat would have bcent fic ltchnis . Now, that is the inich pil'lt of iall that tookl phnir . ' i'her. ei c ;i cvcst ccctnct of talk, ofi co, rsi', in doing that nictic. hunt thc're was lno pltce that iii' ti e irun out iof. ''Th' onily chancei' for' i scrap l w:i when M (lcv' rn tried to ;inger ithe kid. We ''were not run out of th pic1ce', land did not .lsnik oItl to gelt awy fc(nIrom Harri''n or M,(ltovern. All the ulnderhantd wor'k hasi b''een don' by IHnrcis hliutself." ''.ilnt''" RlWan i aiftl' a t matcih withli Phil IGreen, who lrec'rnitly won ci mattch at Salt Lake, and who styles himself the "Pride o.f Ilutte." Evhlcon.y Mr. Green is willing that Butte be proud of him, as he doesn't appear' to lack any self-boost lng. (Green has about convi'nced the Salt L.ake sports that 1utlte fairly yearns for him, and that all of his llashling chal lenges to Terry McGover''n and "Young ('orbett" are trlblinctg on the verge of eager aepi'ltance. (Go tafter' hin, "'i hlent," and sitop that tliesoinle talk. Lou Houseman, sporting editor of the Chicago Inter Ocean, who is in Man Fran FOUR GREAT PERFORMERS IN THE HARNESS WORLD. A ROYAL QUARTET. ·~6s 4x t. . . . isr,, as Jack Root's manager, has wired '~rm,,my tSan that Root aocepts Ryan's c,;thllenge to meet the winner of the Root (:Gardner fight. iThe only change Root's manager asks in c'orhett's proposition is to allow Root to tleigh In at 3 o'clock on the afternoon of the day of the fight. Ryan said last night that he would not do tthis, but w.iuld expect Root to weigh In at the 'ringslde. Ryan yesterday received a p)croposition from the Empire. Athletlo club of Hartford, Conn., offering a purse .lf $2000 or a privilege of 60 per cent of the gross receipts of his fight with Rube I rns. lpeorge Gardner has a'so accepted the I-R'an challenge In the event he wins. As yet there has been no big bets re rct'ted on the light, though there is every In}Ilcation that Gardiner will he the fa wvrite, and a strong one. His showing with Carter in his two fights is suffm elent to warrant the sports backing him. Root's admirers do not look for him to knock Gardiner out. but they figure that 'on account of his cleverness he will out 'po;nt Gardner. New York, Jan. 30.-Captain Charles aitrr, the skipper of the Columbia, in its victorious races against Shamr.ck II for the America's cup has been engaged by August lHrmnont t' sail his 70-footer, Mlncila, next season. New York. Jan. 30.-Melnbers of the Century Itoud asuoctlation will give 16 club prizes of various descriptions to compenllte for this year. Novel and up-to date c,,nditions will ollaln. The century and mileinge contests will not ,oe selir at+ed. Th Illrst century and mileage midcill will lie awairdicd to the imemb'er Inaking 'the Ist record In ioth these classes of riding, thus the awatuds will ibe for the best general Iperformanee of the year Instead of for eacch kind of ri llng separately. The net Iplan adopte'd by the 'entury Road Club assclation is to allctow ,lc(e hundred and twenty points for every century run made within the istalnditrlll limit of fourteen hour's and one point fur every mile riddel in in addition. This Ipl;es at premium of 20 points on a i ('celticry. EIuch melmber's record at the eolcl of the year will be ias many points as he has ridden itilles plus twenty points fir each centutry i'dden "ishile of four' teenIl hours. Thile women membenrs will contest for the t'ornish trophy, a solid gold medal to be awardted to the woman mnlaking the greatest number of sinKgle centuries in the y'ealr. ()nly one century may lie comn Inen.ced a ithin aniy period of 24 hours so thlit under the fourtee'n-hour i' ule, at icLast 10 hours rest must be takti li be! ti c'c'tt cen turies. Ni'w York, J lc. 10.-,ntrlc:u for the K]ticki t'bcckctr Athletic club's .arnival to 1,i. hld ait Madison Square garhIden -'February 31, have' reachehd it toital of 6113, t which is the record for Indoor athletic icectings'. Atmonig thotse entering are the ic 'cltks in all flid and titrack events. New York, Jan. 30.-GCossip among y clihctsencit is to the effect that Sir 'hllcn tlas Ilpton's Shamrock II, will par ticipate' in the special cup races during tIh cioming seasc n iu American waters. SiI 'i'll Thomas w ishes, in the direct lon of Hiiiling his Iboat uagillst either the Con stl ltlioilI oir C(' lul illla. , recI'v'iclv i little cii 'copragi'mnt't iafter his cel'ieat ill Ihle at tempt to lift the Amerlica's ctup, but it 6i io\iw sctt thalt snlllct of tilhe nlmembers lof c ('ttocstitution syndliiate have rc collsidered thlrc dec on'll' l. In1 thei' event of the C('onusttution lldtil H"n: w iIro'k eintlg ptrt in commi nssion the L.''rchmicionit and New York Atlantic clu)bsi ill offI ifr sp ical prizes for themn 'ti race'(' for'. ''The Newp'lort atsusociation allii \\ ould like to arraunge ralc's alnd thil'' is the $75110 LawIIon cup which the IIlll li-.\tassc husietts lub milght offer if tlh' Ya'h'ts go to lHtoin. It is inot klnown cwhether the C.,lulbiliai w\\ill bie iat''ed in commission. SOME ANCIENT LAW. Knocked Out at One Blow by an In diana Judge. (FIy Assoclated I'ress.) Fiort Wayne, Ind., Jan. 0r).--Suplcrior Juldge Alken, In making ierpe't'tual today anl inJunction to restrain Deputy oil In a.p'ltor' ('has. Rt. Lane, of this tety, frontl ousting three gasoline vapor lighting coin)pnlllles with contracts to illunminate thi streets of this city, overrhides Attor n ny-'General T'aylor, of Indiana, and in cl'ientally icreates a new law. Attorney-Gi'ner'al Taylor he'ld that in aslnuch as the law required all producets of ipetroleumn used for liluminating p urt' posices In Indiana to be tested 120 degrees flash, and gasnoline would not stand 100 degrees flash, therefcre gasollle could hot b Ic'r leglly used for illumlnntion. .IIJudge Alkeni held that the law wasi passed biefore the gasoline vapor lamp iwas lerfected, and said that it is abshurd to dc'.hlrce the use of gasoline lawfiul for cioling purposes and unlacwful for light ing piurposes, when the vapor may come from the sauie generator through dif ferent pipes atd W4ibout difference In the danger. The decision is of large Interest to the thousands of users of gasoline as well as to the electric and gas light companies, who have been feeling the competition of gasoline illumination. The Deputy Oil Inspector says he will not appeal the case, and Judge Alken's opinion will stand as the law In Indiana. Among the parties to the suit to re -strain was P. F. Dixon, agent of a Cin cinnati company. FOR FILIPINO HOMEBTEADS. Secretary Root Urges That Islanders Be Enabled to Acquire Property. (By Associated Press.) Washington, Jan. 30.-8ecretary Ttoot appeared before the House Insular Af fairs committee today to urge the en aRctment of a homestead law for the Philippine Islands. Tie maid there should be legislation to enable the Filipino to acquire title to property, and that denial of such a right was the cause of much of the pres ent disturbed conditions. He cited the anti-rent riots In New York and the riots in Ireland as evidence of what followed such a denial. He thought a homestead law should be passed to permit the natives to make en try of 100 acres of land as the maxi mum. He also urged the repeal of the Spooner amendment prohibiting the cut ting of timber and the granting of fran chlse. He stated that indstry In the Islands should he promoted, not prevented. Thic islands needed railroads to develop their abundant resources of timber, coal and other minerals. FOREIGN DECORATION TAX. Socialist Proposal Adopted by the Ger man Tariff Bill Committee. (Ily Assoelatcd Press.) London, Jan. 30.-The Tariff Bill com mittee of thq Iteichstag, says the Ber lin correspondent of The Times, has adopted by a large majority a Socialist resolution imposing duties on foreign lecolal tilons. One member said such decorations were mere playthings for big children. (ount Kanitz (('onservative) said he would have made a similar proposal had he not been anticipated by the Socialists. MINING APPLICATION NO. 4493. United States Land Office, Helena, Mon tana, January 18. 1902. Notice Is hereby given that John F. McEvoy, Robert McDowell, Marion E. Keast, William Kidney and Andrew L. Slater, whose postofflce address is Butte, Montana, have this day filed their appli ration for a patent for 349.5 linear feet, being 217 feet easterly and 132.5 westerly from discovery shaft on the Idlewild lode mining claim, upon which a notice of Intention to apply for a patent was posted on the 16th day of January, 1902, situated In Summit Valley (unorganized) mining district, Silver Bow county, state - of Montana, designated as Survey No. 6308, township 8 north, range 7 west, be ing more fully described as follows, t(-wit: Ieginning at the northeast corner, I which is Corner No. 1 of Survey No. 1577, ( a granite stone 8x6x6 Inches above ground, witnessed by bIearing rocks and marked 1-6508, for Corner No. 1, from w:ich the quarter section corner between suctions 7 and 8, township 3 north, range 7 west lears north 19 degrees 48 minutes west 272 feet, and running thence south 87 degrees .08 minutes west 66 feet; thence South 86 degrees 30 minutes west 286 feet; theu.ce south 4 degrees 36 min utes west 14 feet; thence south 69 degrees 22 minutes east 303 feet; thence north 4 degrees 36 minutes east 163 feet to the place of beginning, containing an area of .71 acres, from which .06 acres is in conlllct wlth Survey No. 953, is ex clud,.d and not claimed by applicant, i:et area claimed, 0.65 acres, of which 30 I acres aie In conflict with Survey No. 1260, lot No. 179 %. The location of this claim is recorded in Hook "K" on page 12, records of Silver Bow county, Mon tana. Adjoining on the north Is Survey No. 835, Adelaid lode, lot No. 88 and Survey No. 836, Mat lode, lot No. 89, Joel W. Ran sonn et al. applicants for both; and on the east Rurvey No. 1577, Chico lode, lot No. 225, Alfred Wartenweller et al. appli cants; and cunflicting on the south is Survey No. 953, Right Bower lode, lot No. 165, Joel W. Ransom et al. applicants; and on the east Survey No. 1260, lot No, 176 A., placer, James A. Murray appil Rant.(.~1RGE D. GREENE, Register. M. I. 9lAKER, United States Claim Agent. (First publication January 20, 1102.) NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Mining Application Iu. 4484, United States Land Offtice, Helena, Montana, December 7, 1901. Notice is hereby given that Johannab Depauli. whose postofllce address is Butte, Montana, has this day filed her appE'cation for a patent for 1650 linear feet, including 000 feet easterly ant 600 feet westerly from discovery shaft of the Johanna Lode Mining Claim, upon wich a notice of the intention to apply for patent was posted on the 8d day of December, 1901, situated In Fourth of July, unorganized, Mining District, Jef ferson county, Montana, designated as Survey No. 6347, Township 3 north, Range 7 west, being more particularly described as follows, to-wit: Beginning at northwest Loc. cor ner, a stone 28x8x6 Inches, 20 inchen deep with mound of earth alongside, and marked 1-6347 for corner No. 1, from which initial point No. 1 In fractional Township 3 north, Range 7 west, bears north 6 degrees 18 minutes 30 seconds west 4910.5 feet, and running thence north 65 degrees 30 minutes east 1500 feet; thence south 12 degrees 45 minutes west, 753 feet; thence south 65 degree s .) minutes west, 1188 fuot; thLecce iot tih Si degrees 06 minutes west 2US feet; taoene north 12 degrees 45 minutes east 46".5 feet, to corner No. 1, the place r,. be ginning, containing an area of 109.8 acres claimed. The location of this claim is recorded In Book "21," on page 232, record's of Jefferson County, Montana. Adjoining claims on the southwest the Maryland Lode, unsurveyed, Judson Wood et al. claimants, on the east the Contra Costa Lode, on the west the Elmer. Remle Lode, on the northwest the Thelmer Depaull Lode, and adjacent on the north the Mont D'Or Lode, the last four lodes unsurveyed and claimed by Fred L. Depaull et al. GEORGE D, GREENE, Register, M. I. BAKER, United States Claim Agent. (First publication Decemioer 10. 1901.) One Rmd5ad Dellare Gash lNMss _oP0r .A tom of Kemmirer, Rook Uprlnil, iktky Fork or Gobo coal from us, and lot a guess on the weight of the larre lump of coal in front of our offloe, free. C CTIZENS' COAL CO., Phone 53. No. 4 L. Broadway. J. D. McORE~OR VIITERINART IURGOXN. .ionorary graduate of the Ontaul Vet erinary colIeg . Toronto, Vanada a uato Ail diseases of domesticated animaiw ao cording to s r ls`Offce pat tended tr. DR. H. 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