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TH! JRTIR MOUNTAI N'S ANACONIDA D!EARTII[NT
m THE WIhaING CANDIDATES * First Ward-Charles E. Car- 0 ® riher. ® Second Ward-Charles U. Williams. Q Third Ward-A. G. McLean. 0 ® Fourth Ward-N. Enndson. 0 Fifth Ward-Angus G. Mc- 0 ® Donald. ® Sixth Ward-Otto G. Rine ® hardt. FOR MILES ON 1IC EXPERIETECE2 OF ALDERMAN FLT ENG ON A RROENT TRIP MADE FROM DIVIDE TO WISDOM Roads Filled With Snow He Took to the Frozen Big Hole River With Several Heavy Loads of Machinery. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, March 81.-Alderman T. J. Fleming and some of his men made an unenviable trip through the Big Hole valley as far as Wisdom one day last week. Mr. Fleming was engaged to take in some heavy loads of freight which had landed at Divide station on the Oregon Short Line and consigned to a merch ant at Wisdom. The freight consisted of mowing ma chines and other kinds of farming im plements. Excepting perhaps the first 20 miles out of Divide the roads were in an abominable shape. The snow was deep and in many places almost impassable, but fortunately the Intense cold weather up in those regions had frozen the Big Hole river over solidly and 25 miles of the trip was made upon the ice. All the while Mr. Fleming was out on the trip the thermometer played frisky antics. At Wisdom it registered 22 de grees below zero. At one or two ranches where the party stopped for meals this side the weather man's indicator s-bowed 18 below. Mr. Fleming declares that it was one of the worst trips he ever made in his life. EASTER IN ANACONDA. Churches Were Well Attended and Bright Sunny Day Enjoyed. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, March 31.--Easter Sunday was quietly observed in Anaconda. At all the churches appropriate servh es were held and were largely attended. The day was all that could be desired and the array of Ea ter gowns and hats seen at the churches and on the streets were beautiful indeed. The musical programs given at St. Paul's and St. Peter's Catholic churches, St. Mark's Episcopal church and at the Methodist churches were of extraordin ary merit and it is to be regretted that things of the kind come only on Easter. Funeral of Bernard Dolan. Tternard Dolan, who died at St. Ann's 'hospital after a brief illness, took place from the residence of Captain William Kelly this afternoon. Requelm high mass was sung at St. Paul's Catholic church this morning at 8 o'clock. The decensed was a brother of Mrs. Kelly and Hurhert Dolan. Margaret Theater, Anaconda It. I=. COLLINS, Manager Tuesday, April Ist The Bg Musical oedy by Herman Per L, When Reuben Comes to Town Magnificent production. JThe gretest sggtcgation of beautiful girls cover aeon pa the American stage. 4O--PEOPL.I~--4O Presented by the Morris & Hall Com edy Co. Seats 90 sale at Smnith IDrug Co. 'Prices, $1.50, $1.00, 74c, S0c and 2)c. L. U', VERBERCKMOES Optician antd Jeweicr Bycs Examined, $1: to ap ply on glasses if ordered wititin five days. A fine lot of new railroad watches lust received. A few second-hand watches are on sale at a special low price this week. 116 Eadt Park. SThe Daly BanI and Trust S Company of Anacontla. Anaconda, Monttana General banking in all branches, Sell exchanges on New York, Chi cago. St. Paul, Omaha. San ltran. cieco. etc.. and draw direct on the principal clties of England, Ire land. France. Germany and the Orient. 1)eposits of $1.00 and up '~ward received. Correspondent0 National City Bank. New York; First National iBank, Chicago; Fir st National lBauk, St. Paul; Omaha National Battk, Omaha; M Bank of California. San Francisco. M John R. Toole, Free,; M. B. Green- g wood, V. P.:; Louis. V. Bennett. g ('ashier; F. C. Norbeok, Aass. Cash. 4 FATIER MULCONRY VISITING MISSIONARY PRIEST IN ANACONDA. OPPOSED TO TREATY HABIT Will Remain for Some Weeks-,Believes in Temperance But Not in Total Abstinence-Will Circulate Cards. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, March 31.-At St. Paul's Catholic church yesterday, the pastor Rev. Father Coopman was assisted in the Easter services by Rev. Father Mulconry, a visiting missionary. Father Mulconry delivered an able ad dress and sprung something novel upon his hearers in the shape of an "anti treat" pledge. Father Mulconry believes temperance is a good thing for people to practice, yet he does not believe that straight-out total abstinence pledges are productive of so much good. People who sign them, too often break them and not unfre quently does it happen that they are caused to do it through a supposed friend offering to treat them; some not having the will powers to resist the temptation. Will Seek Pledges. The father expects to labor In Ana conda for several weeks and while do ing so will spread among his congrega tions and among the people he comes in contact with, cards for the signatures of persons who are willing to attach their names to pledges to refrain from "treating or being treated" for a period of ono year. Father Mulconry has seen much good results from his work in this direction in the past and indications are that the plan will take well here. He looks upon the practice of treating of others to imbibe liquor is a pernicious habit and is one of the weaknesses of American civilization. Much money would be saved, he thinks, for the use of needy families if the treating habit were abolished. SCHOOL BOARD MEETING. Superintendent Koontz Will Probably Be Re-elected Tonight. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, March 31.-The members of the hoard of education will meet this evening, and among other things to come up for consideration is the election of a superintendent and principals for the ensuing year, Prof. J. A. Koontz will undoubtedly be chosen for the position of superin tenc'ent again. He has accomplished good work in the schools since he took charge of them last September and it is not likely that there will be any change made at this time. Prof. Koontz has done eflicient service and Is generally liked, both by teachers and scholars. It is expected that Architect Kern will be present and matters relative to the ere:tion of the new High School build ing will be discussed. ONLY ATTRACTION THIS WEEK. "When Reuben Comes to Town" at the Theater Tomorrow. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, March 81.-A stunning and sightly galaxy of shapely maidens, ab ruptly arrayed in chromatic raiment of gossamer texture, is one of the distinct recollections anyone has, who sees the new musical comedy by Herman Perlet, "When Iteuben Comes to Town," that will be the attraction at the Margaret theater on Tuesday, April 1. Full of vim and life, pretty women, catchy jingling music, smart lines, tune ful lyrics and a series of the most amus ing situations, the comedy is said to ap peal irresistibly to all classes of theater goers. The company engaged by Messrs. Morris and Hall to present this newest novelty, is an exceptionally strong one, and an elaborate scenic production adds much to its general interest. WAS MARRIED YESTERDAY. Miss Biddie May Bennett Becomes Mrs. C. E. Schwend. (Special to inter Mountain.) Anaconda, Maich 11.-In the presence of relatives and ahoot 70 invited guests the marriage of Miss Biddie May, daugh eLr of Mr. and Mrs. A, M. Bennett, to C. E. Schwcnd, was solemnized at the home of the bride's parents in Lost Creek yesterday afternoon. Rev. Frank Minnick of the Christian church of Ana conda officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Schwend are 1)oth well known young people of Deer Lodge county and will make their future home in the v'alley. IThey wvere the recipients of many use ful presents. HOTEL ARRIVALS. At the Montana. Charles K. Levy, Minneapolis. J. E. Pitts, Cincinnati, Ohio. W. H. Wright,- Butte. C. M. Smith, Butte. (l. C. Atwater, Butte. M. Black, Kansas City. W. RT. Southard, IRochester, N. Y. A. J. Condon, Chicago. Tom McTague, Deer Lodge. J. M. Settee, Butte. F. L. White, Butte. It. N. Gibson, Butte. Miss Waters, New York. Charles Gardiner, New York. A. J. Kimmel, Butte. P. J. Shannon, Hamilton. F. F. West, St. Louis. S. J. Gowney, Butte. T. E. Alexander, Butte. W. A. Rankin, city. C. B. Falor, Butte. Z. E.' Thomas, Mayflower, Mont. W. Ii. (t rnles, Minneapolis. H. T. Pu ham, Seattle. fISHl[R ON TRIAL NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN AN OLD CASE. IMPLICATED BY CON'FESSIOr Kate Sulivan Says She Gave $780 Stolen Money to Fisher last August -He was Arrested in Dillon a Short Time Ago. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, March 31.-M. L. Fisher, the colored man arrested in Dillon some time ago charged with having received from Kate Sullivtn the $780 she stole from Maxim Legault last August in the red light district of Anaconda, will be given a preliminary hearing this after noon in the coroner's office at the court house, before Justice of the Peace Frank Kennedy. The bearing was set to take place in the courthouse, because the three prin cipal witnesses in the affair are in jail, and as a matter of convenience they will not be brought down town. It will ,be pemembered that for this crime the Sullivan woman was convicted and sentenced to five years in the peni tentlary. She managed, however, to secure a new trial, and so was brought to Ana conda and confined in the county jail. Woman Confessed. While there she confessed to Sheriff Conley that she stole the money, as ac cused, but gave it to Fisher, who was at that time the proprietor of a colored club on West Commercial avenue. Fisher, she said, promised to do all hit could to keep her out of jail, but this she alleged he did not do. She told the sheriff of Fisher's where abouts, and he was immediately arrest ed and brought here. Fisher pleaded not guilty when ar raigned last Wedinesday. The case is being prosecuted by County Attorney Duffy. J. IR. Boarman is the attorney for the defense. Fisher Bound Over. The preliminary hearing of M. L. Fisher, accused of receiving $780 stolen money from Kate Sullivan last August, was called before Justice of the Peace Frank Kennedy at 2 o'clock this after noon. The Sullivan woman was called to the stand first and told the story of how she robbed Maxim Leguelt at her place in Mainville and took the money to Fish er's club and gave it to Fisher, telling him that she had turned a fellow for it and expected to be arrested, and that she wanted Fisher to take the money and do the square thing by her. She said Dollie Smith was present at the transaction. On cross-examination she said that at her trial she denied stealing the money. Dollie Smith told of coming across to Fisher's club with the Sullivan woman and saw Fisher take the money. She knew that the money had been stolen. Officer Powers told of the arrest of Kate Sullivan and of seeing Dollie Smith with her. Fisher was bound over to the district court In the sum of $1,200. LOCAL BRIEPS. A. D. T. measengers-ierompt, rellabla. Mrs. W. A. Collins went to Butte to (lay. William Scallon came down from Butte today. B. J. Wall of Butte spent Sunday in Anaconda. J. M. Settee of Butte spent Sunday in Anaconda. City Attorney C. M. Sawyer visited Butte today. Father Mulconry was a passenger to Butte this forenoon. C. B. Falor of Butte was a Sunday visitor in Anaconda. P. J. Shannon of Hamilton is regis tered at the Montana. C. N. Da"idson came down from Butte tospend Easter with his parents. Don't forget the Knights of Pythias Easter ball at Turner hall tonight * Mrs. Theodore Ehret and daughter liertha were Butte visitors today. Ernest Seidler and family have moved into their new home at 613 Elm street. Mrs. U. F. Collins of this city, who has been ill in Butte, is reported much im proved. Supt. Hugh Spencer of the B. A. & P., was In Butte for a few hours this forenoon. Rev. J. M. Settle who occupied the Presbyterian church pulpit yesterday to turned to Butte this afternoon. W. H. Mahoney made a trip to French Clutch today and will be absent from the city until next Wednesday even!ng. The republican city central committee will hold a meeting this evening to dis cuss matters relative to the campaign. Mrs. W. C. Austin spent yesterday in Missoula visiting with her daughter, who is attending school in that city. Bert Story and Tom Whalen, both in mates of the hospital for some time past, were seen on the streets yesterday. The combined K. P. lodges of this city' will give a grand Easter ball tonight. A special train will bring Knights from Butte. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Johnson and fam ily have returned from an extended visit to New York city and the Southern states. The friends of Miss Selma Erickson gave her a pleasant surprise party at her home, 420 East Fourth street, lams Saturday evening. The "Allegator." Uncle Josh-You know what the law. yers mean by "alleged," don't you? Uncle Hiram-Of course! They mean that the lawyers on the other side is lyin'. WINSTON RETURNS +.TER A VISIT TO SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. HEALTH IS MUCH BENEFITED Days That Montanans Are as Thick as Flies on the Coast and They Never Stop Asking About the Old State. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, March 31.-Judge 0. 1. 1 Winaton returned last night from a sev Etlal weeks' stay in Southern California. Mrs. Winston accompanied him on the trip and remained at Santa Monica, She will not return for come little time. Judge Winston was compelled to leave ;here for his health after "a sevae spell Of illness. The briet respite 'in a lower altitude did him a world of good and he is again stout and hearty. "The Montana people," said Mr. Win ston," are in evidence everywhere on the coast from Washington to Lower ('all fornia. One is meeting them continually, and while they seem to be satistlfed with their surroundings, they never tire of Asking about Montana, people, places, things, even to the condition of the weather, and I think the majority of them would rather be here than where they are." Judge Winston reports the weather of the past few weeks in Southern talifor nia to have been ideal. "Just enough rain to keep things from drying up," he said. ( haracteristic of his devotion to the 'epubil'an party, 'the judge has already the grasp on local affairs and is making Avery effort to further in interests of that party in the coming city election. SHOOT WELL. ATTENDED. Good Scores and Large Crowd at Ana conda Gun Club Yesterday. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, March 31.-Good scores were made yesterday at the weekly practice shoot of the Anaconda (un club. Twohy carried off the honors of the day with 19 out of 20. C;nod scores, however, were plenty yes. terday, as the day was calm and the arowd large. The scores were as fol lows: THIRTY TARGETS. Events. 1 2 34568 F. Klopetko ........ 14 15 .. 17 14 16 L. (l. Smith ........ 11 15 11 .. 12 . W4ilcome ........... 11 6 9 8 13 Norbeck ............ 14 7 12 14 Showers ............ 3 2 7 . -, '8. Klopetko ....6. 9 12 .. 16 . Drumgoole ......... 18 16 15. ... .. Johnson ............ 13 14 .. 5 .. Pe'kover .....-...... 9 8 13 9 10 10 Hudson ............. 9 . 8 .. 12 Turner .............. 13 12........... N ill ................. 14 11 17 8 12 Dawson ............. 13 .. 14 .. 17 . Twohy .............. 18 .. 17 19 16 18 Cairns ............... 10 11 11 13 8 4 Hasley .............. 9 .. 12 7 9 . Conyne ............. I i 8 .. Quane ............... .. 15 16 16 .. .. R. Tolan ........... .. 8 .......... Tuttle ............... -- 16 .. 14 12 14 Kunkel .............. .. 12 -. 13 .. . Sam Simmons ..... .. 13 15 .. 16 F. D. Smith ........ .. 10 7 6 12 W. H. Reno ........,. .. 10 10 .. .. Berg .................. hU 8. .. .. A. M. Smith ....... .. .. .. 14 Mewis ............... .. .. .. 14 14 M ahan .............. .. ... . .. 14 Doubles, 20 targets: T urner ............... .................. 8 T1. 0. Smith ............................ 9 Twohy ..................................14 .rIJhnson .......................... 7 1Iudson ..............................17 Klopetko ................................13 Doubles, 50 targets: l potko............................. 33 I eekover ....--------------------.--26 UNIQUE FUNERAL PROCESSIONS. Mourners Were All Armed With Win cheeter Riftes. (By Associated Press.) Whitesburg, Ky., March 31.-Two unique funeral processions were wit nessed in Pike county Sunday after noon. There were over 200 mourners, and every man carried a rifle across his shoulder. One was the funeral of the two ilatfields, Thompson and his son lph, who were killed in the quadruple tragedy of Saturday morning, the other victims being John Rutherford and Harry Watts. The Hattields were buried on the Mountain by the side of their kinsmen and it is likely a feud which may eclipse the celebrated Hatfield-McCoy feud hail Just begun. Any suspiclous movement on the part of the mourners in either processlon would have caused a reopening of the warfare. REPORM WAVE AGAIN. 1'olicemen Wanted Who Will Enforce the Ordinances. New York, March 31.-Coney Island l as been plunged in gloom by the an nounciement that a wave of reform will sw'eep over the resort. Police Commis sjcccr Partridge has decided to abridge the privileges of tkhe islanders during the vccmmer and a circular letter bear tkg his signature has been read to mem o cof ithe pol0en force, calling for vol uintcers to assist in the work. In calling for volunteers, Comrnis ýs oncr Partridge says applications will hI* rcecived from patrolmen of undoubted 5af ci cety. "fearless and willing men" are wanted, who will "do real police duty," and not consider the seaside assignment as a summer junket. The Sad Part. Mr s. Hatterson-What! You've had Ii cooks in three months! M'rs. Catterson-Yes. And I didn't please any of them. )XX0X 00000HXXX)OOO(KX EASTER NECK WEAR In All the New Spring Styles Plain stocks. Stock Knots, Stock Scarfs, Lawn Scarfs Plain and Fancy Net Scar~s. Ruffs, Etc. RIBBONS-Our stock of Ribbons is now complete. All the new shades in all widths ahd qualities, Easter Gloves Turkish Towels Just recef ed, a large shipment 1/cEc for this occealon. Every conceiv able color. Every pair guaranteed These are 18x44, extra heavy, and fitted to the han~d, double thread, i n brown or bleached, an extra good bath towel. Hosiery Spec0lt 12%c each. The new lace effects In all col- New Belts orU and sizes, and not too expen Hive. New Handkerchiefs Special Towel Sale New Purses 12%e each, $1.6 dozen. This IA a Crash Sc Yard heavy honeycomm towel, Msze 20x40, Illeonched roller toweling and fringed, pure white, only 50 doz- checked glnna crash, the kind that en in this lot. Each 12,4. will wear. Special, Bc yard. Copper City Commercial Co. Anaconda - - - Montana. XXXXXXXXX XX XXCKCXX XX PATRICK MARRIED SPITE OF PRECAUTIONS MAR RIAGE CONTRACT WAS SIGNED. MATRON TURNED HER BACK Prison Officials Wanted to prevent It But as Ceremony Is Not Neces. sary It Was Easily Consummated. (fly Assoalitted Press.) New York, March 31.-Albert T. Pat rick, convicted last week of murder in the first degree for plotting the death of millionaire William Marilh hice, and now awaiting the death sentence, and Mrs. Addle L. Franeis, have ts'iorne hus band and wife in the matron's room of the Tombs. A pen utroko did it in spite of all measures to prevent. The arrangements were so perfectly made, so correctly planned and so cleverly executed that not until the marriage was Irrevocably complete, were Patrick's guaris cog nizant that it was even intended. The fact that Cimnistiiiner of ( or lection Hynes had declared his oppo. sltlon to a marriage bet ween the pris oner and the woman who iis been so faithful to him during his long Iniar ceratlon, and the exhausting tension of the long drawn out trial made the Tombs officials more alert to prevent a mar riage in the prison. The marriage Is said to have teen accomplished, however, while the mutron was present. The latter, however, was so much preoccupied with attending to the linen and her other duties that she was unaware of what was going on. Mrs. Francis, attended by her sister and Patrick's father, rolled at the Tombs and asked for a conference with the prisoner. lie was escorted to the matron's room and after a few minutes the guard Is said to have stepped outside. The marriage contracts were then signed by Patrick and Mrs. Francis. Under a law enacted by the legislature a year ago, this form of marriage in legal when the signing of the marriage contract is witnessed by two persons. To perfect the ceremony, It is only necessary to file a copy of the contract with a magistrate wit hin six days. MEET IN CHRISTIANA. Young Xen's Christian Association Have Junket This Year. (13y Associated Press.) Washington, March 31.-The world's conference of the Young Men's Christian assoclatIon, which meets once every four years, will te held In Christlana, Den mark, from A ugust 20 to 24. The storthing, or parliament, has made a government alppiropriat ion for this conference. The Internatlional comniatice of Young Men's Christian nesociatiori has, it is announced, secured special rates and is arranging itincr.2'iri for those who plan to attend the conference and for those who wish to make long or short sum imer tours in Europe. Bootblacks of Mark. htilcago Journal.) "Harper & Co., Polishers of hoots and fthoes to Morgan Park Acailemny." This was the sign hung up yesterday at the institution mentioned. The fact that the head of the firm was Master Paul tiar per, son of the president of the Univer sity of Chicago, attracted a great rush of business. Htudentso and professors swarmed to the hootbla.'k stand to see the offspring of President Harper hustle liken, street urchin. But Paul wasn't disconcerted-not in the i'a:1t, Like his father, lie raked in the shekels and smiled. Paul's partner wits sonuewiiat eminent also. He was the son of Colonel Francis W. Parker, but he, bent htis elbows to the task with true democratic energy. The boys are about 13 years old. Agreement. (Chicago Tribune.) Between M. Jan Kubelik and M. Ignace P'adrrrewski: M. Kubelik agrees that every time he sees ,t ~1'ture of M. Pladerew skl . t' wIll put his list through it, and denounce the pidnit.< as a cheap chateovich. M. Paderewski agrees that he wIll pull dowr, all of M. Kubelilks lithogi'aphs, froth at the mouth, and proclaim M. tKutelik a lobstervtith. M. Kutilik and M. Padc;ewekl further agree that all extra prolits resultIng from this method of advertising will'be dflVkled oqually between them. PASSING REMARKS YOUNG MEN WOUNDED FOR COM PLIMENTING EASTER HATS. WOMEN'S ESCORT SHOT BOTH Boys Who Infost the Street Corners of Chicago Are Taught a Very Severe Leason--Both May Die. (lly AtNtteu tei. vress.) C'hiago, Murili :1. ita..,, a num ber of boys laile remarks about the vaster hats worn by Iwo giris who were accompanied by two young ien, (Jiurge Siran., 18 yeirs old, of 683 West tieveiteenth shreet and Stanton (let. iintkl, IM year oil of 643 West Seventeenth street were iiortiily wound ed by one of the men. The stranger who did the shooting, was pursued by a number of ej)lrens and the polle., hilt he made hi. va 'tnpe. During the ounfusdon, the two girls and the other man disappeared. Mtrt:'' and (ltbitntkl were standing on thi street, when the couples puised and Iloltliniski is sail to have atde i wn utimIIIIant-it ary remark aboit the hats the girls wote. (le oit tile giris' esert tijeted anid (billnski repeuted the remark, Iltiat ing at the iame time that no sImlt tuan inte'nded. Without it word of warning, It is said, the stranger drew a rnvolvtr from his coat pocket and fired four shots into the crowd. Only two of the bullets look eltffit. tioblinski wan .shot in the abdomen a:r d Stranz was shot In the right breast. (lobiinski and Htrani were hurried to the county hospl at, where attending physiciann say they have little hopes or their recovery. RUNNING ACROSS LSTTMU&. Government Soldiers Safe Guarding All of the Trains. (fly Ansociated Pre'es.) Panama, March 31.--The trains acrois the Isthmus are being guarded by fifty government soldilurs as a ri4ul of the skirmish at ullp'it station Hatirday, in which one man was killed aid itinothor taken prioninr. 'st' i'es tile rni niitg :r4 t1413l. tSo fuir this year 500,000 tirintals of cotter: have been shipped from (Iuitamlalt.. A scarcity of labor prenails therei 0. A. C P. R. R. CO. TIME TAB LU. Effective 12 to 1 n. mi. iat'ri 2, 1002. Trains leave B. A. & 1'. idelot for Ana conda as follows: 7 a. Ii.; 10 a. mn.; 12:t 0. nm.; 6:16 p. m.; tind 11:30 p. M. Leave Atnaconda for Hutto, 8'0 t. In.; 11::) a m.; 3 p. m.; 7:15 p. m. l'a-oet mice change for Northern Pa. citle train at Durant to connect with Northern Pantiic Overland. At Logan via Butte: Leave Aana condo at 11:20 a. m. Trains leaving Aanaconda at 3 p. m. connect at Hilver Oow w.th Oregon Short Line for trains east, south and west, Trains connuctirg with Great Northern at Ilutte leave Anaconda 8:30 a. mo. and 7:16 p. m. Tickets for sale for alt points local and through on the Great Nortbern railway, Oregon Short Line rpllroad and Northern Pacilfo railway and their connections Fteaamship tickets ot' sale to clt points in E::rsipe by tha- loa :iens. Six Million Dollars Spent BY THE Union Pacific R. R. Co. In improving what was originally the fluent track in the Wcout. RESULT A comnparativuly straight and level roadbed ballasted with dustless Sherman granite, rendering poeis ble the highest rote of speed, to- d gether with the greatest degree of safety. The magnitude of the work must be seen to be appre elated. WIIAT DOES IT MEAN? Holid i uonfout, aecarity atid pieasure to our patrons. ARIC YOU GOING EAST? if t o, you rannot afford to go via any oh her than ihis ROYAL HIGH. WAY. Further Information on ap plicatlon personally or by letter tq H. 0, WILSON, 0, 5. L. Butte, Mont.