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GLENEOSE, TEXAS, ESALTH RE SORT ALMOCT DESTEOTYED. MANY PEOPLE ARE KILLED Six Known to Be Dead and Forty or More Injured-Ead No Warn ing of the Coming Wind Storm. (By Associated Press.) Houston, Texas, April 29.-The town of Glenrope, county seat of Somerville county, has been nearly swept away by a tornado. As a result of the fearful windstorm six are known to be dead and between 40 and 50 persons are injured. The dead: MRS. C. A. MILAM. Little child of 'Mrs. Musgrove. MISS MARY CONNELL. MRS. JAMES MUISGROVE. Little daughter of J. It. Milam. REV. FORD. Those most seriously hurt are, as far as known: Four mensoers of Judge Mi lam's family; six members of S. A. Mllam's family; E. T. lee, Mrs. E. T. Lee; a child of Torn P'rice; Mrs. Fields, H. I.ewis, It. E. Lewis. Glenrose is located on the Paluxy river valley. The tornaldo came down the val ley sweeping every;hing before it. It struck the town in the business district and about one-third of the stores were wrecked. Were Torn Asunder. A hard rain succeeded the storm and stocks were ruined, damaging what had not been destroyed by the wind. The western portion of the residence section of the town was first struck. Here was located most of the fine residences, the town being a small one, but a note.r haelth resort. Some of the health resorts were commodious and were well filled. The frame houses were torn asunder and completely wrecked. The residents had no warning of the coming storm, and it was here that the fatalities occurred. There were many miraculous escapes, and many failed to escape. hlow many cannot Ibe ascertained at present. The residence of Mrs. Connell, which was wrecked, caught fire and burned. The property loss is roughly estimated at a quarter of a million of dollars. It may prove to be much greater when all the facts are known, for there are un doubtedly other sections whloh have been struck up and down the river. It may be several days before the en tire story of the district is known. (Ilen rose is cut off from wire comlmunlcattion and all reports have come from neigh boring towns which lhave been reached by refugees who cannot tell of the facts as they are in quest of assistance for their stricken people. Noted Health Resort. Clenrose is the county seat of Somer ville county and has a population of about 800 people. It is a noted health resort, there being many springs and wells with medicinal qualities. It is this W'hich has caused a number of fine residences to be built by people of means who have taken up their abode there, and this fact adds to the property loss very materially. The Fort Worth & tio Grande will run a special train to the stricken town this morning. This train will also pick up other sup piles and relief parties along the line. Those whose homes have been spared are doing all in their power for the home less, but according to reports here there are many of the latter. WORK ON BUILDINGS DELAYED FOR WANT OF MEN AND MATERIAL New York, April 29.-Work on a hun dred large buildings which has been par tially interrupted by the lockout of 3,0t. plasterers in this city will come to a standstill should the movement to call a sympathetic strike, now on, be success tul. In addition to these buildings there are a dozen "sky-set'apers" already behind time in construction, whleh will now be still further delayed. Fourteen mam moth office buildings, costing $24,000,000, most of them 'below Maiden Lane, are under contract to be completed by May it but Building Superintendent Stewart says only two of them can be ready on yme. The chief cause of this delay is scarcity of iron and steel and of labor. Among the buildings which may not b,e ready on time are the new stock exchange and the chamber of commerce. Sutton's Broadway Theater D. P. SUTTON, fIANAGIdR. h one 23. Cor. Broadway and Montana Four days, one matinee, beginning Sun day, April 27, only matinee Wednesday. Return of last season's great success, William A. Brady's production of the beautiful pastoral play, Way Down East .:y Lottle Blair Parker. Elaborated by Joseph R. Grismer. ..'rices-Night, $1,50, $1.00, 75c, b0c 25c; i .tinee, $1.00, 75c, 50c 25c. Sale `o'pend Friday .morning at 10 o'cloclk WInIfILR'S OINION HE PER1MTTED NO CRUELTY IN H18 00XMAUD. FILIPINOS WANT EQUALITY Peace and Quiet Now Reigns With the Exception of a Few Plaoes Americans Will Be the Oon trolling Element. (By Assoclated Press.) New York, April 29.-In a lengthy in tervlew published by the Herald, (ienl. Joseph HWheeler, retired, who is at the home of his sister In Brooklyn has dis cussed the Philippines In the light of re -cent developments from this point of view after six months' service there in command of a brigade. "My service was confined." he said, "to that section of the country extending from about 128 miles above Manila and is some 30 or 40 miles In breadth. It is a thickly populated country. Its cities have schools and the people are more or less educated. "The impression I had from these peo ple Is that all they wanted was an honest aIal fair government, andi I foundr them very appreciative of kindness. We had an groat many lights with the Insurgenlts, rbut in no Instance was there any cruelty by ourI' soliers or so far as T know any killing except according to the rules of mar. "I lnevr heard of ally water cIrre or any olther inllietllon of torture upon the Filtipinos." Comparing Methods. "Is it true." he w as sked, "that Sher man's army on its march to the sea was guilty of such acts as have been attribu ted to our treoops In the Philippines?"' "It is true that Sherrnan's army did( burn bIulldings, but I never heard of Its killing or hurting a non-combatant," an swered G (neral Wheeler, thoughtfully. "My meimory of the Filipino," said the general, "lead me to believe they are not a malevolent people. They were always frank, and this was due to the fact tihat the' Insurgent chiefs were constantly de manding money and information from them, and they were afraid to neglect these demands; bec'ause. If they did, they would suffer very heavily in their prop erty and, possibly In their lives, If our troops left, and there was n constant mplllression among them that our troops would only remlain temporarily in that country. "There were some Instances of cruelty on the part of the Filipinos, but they weret very few. Some of the prisoners taken by them and who were returned to us, with whom I talked, spoke enthusias tically of the kindness with which they were treated, with the exception of Lieu tenant (illmore. lie conmplaned of harsh treatllmt t and almost starvation. "'here was ontit ase' of cruelty by Gen. eral Akino, who, it was said, ordered three prisoners to be shot when he was sio pressed that ihe thiought they would be retaken by the' Unitedi States. Want Equality. "Mly impression was that the Filipinos aret respclonsive to hind methods and up ipl'elati the'm, and their genera;l expres onst to) m( were that that tlcy should love to Iibe ltizens of the UnI'ted SHttes if they )be' eqtuals of the Amnericans, but they do not wanut to lie c elllll'ctd with any gov ernm'ent whei're' they would Ibe regarded as inferiors." "''In your oplinion," he was asked, "can the UInited States aaslmihlat' the Filipl nos without exterminating them?" "With the exceeption of a few localities' peace and quiet and order exists ill the t!nited Phlilippines now, quite up to the stLandartd nfi ouIr own territory, and I am conlihltnt the ceondiltions will be universal through.lout the islllnds In a very short time. "Amerl'ans will go there because they flind advantages offered by few countries, and in a few year's they will be the con trolling element In those islands," P. O. [S1ABLISHUJ MAIL READY TO FOLLOW RUSH TO THUNDER MOUNTAIN. PAYING FOR OLD FORT ELLIS Just Bill But It Has Hung Fire For Thirty Years-New Town of Blackmon to Get Post Office. (By Associated Press.) Washington, i). C., Api ii 29.-The post ollice department, in anticipation of the lush into the Thunder Mountain country, in Idaho, this summer, has established iL star route from Idaho City to Thun der Mountain and Rloosevelt, two ottices that will be established there. The length of the route is 15 milles and the schedule time in the summer will he 60 hours and in the winter 12 hours. The contract for carrying the mails has been let to H. B. Eastman, a capitalist of Boise, Idaho, for $8,300 per annum. Senator Clark has introduced a bill in the senate for the relief of William Flannery, one of the old-timers residing at Belgrade. The bill is for the purpose of authorizing the secretary of the treasury to pay him the sum of $5,562 for property of his, taken by the gov ernment, near Fort Ellis, Montana, in 1872. Mr. Flannery constructed a wagon road in the canyon of the west fork of East Gallatin creek, near Fort Ellis, and after completing it erected a saw mill and three houses. The ground upon which the improvements were made was afterwards included in the military res ervation and he was deprived of the use and benefit of the improvements. Considerable of hils lumber was used by the troops in the construction of Larracks, etc., which was never paid for. Although the claim is a just one, and has received the favorable recommenda tion of the war department, it has hung fire all of these years. The property was valued at $5,552. S[RIUS . MISTA LORD BRREIYORD A(N"OW7t . DOSl 03 ERBIO OL' CRITICISED BRITISH NAVY His Lordship Now Announces That Publication of the Letter Was Wrong But Assumes Whole Responsibility For It, (By Associated Preso.) London, April 29.-About a yuar pg0, when Lord Charles Beresford was pec. and in command of the Mediterranean fleet, a letter wan published from him discloslng the weakness of the British navy In an emergency. The admiralty offcilals, when questioned, asserted stoutly that a serious breach of the fples of the servlce was committed without the. knowledge of Lord Charles and that a private letter had been published im properly, especaially an it contained evi dcnce~ of confldential communicatlons with the authorities. Lord Charles, In the meanwhile, has been returned to~ par lilment an a result of the movement for strengthening the navy started by this letter. Lord Charles admits in todaly's Times that the. pubellcation of the letter was a grave mntatke flor which he alone was re.,ponsl l)Ie. NEWS STORIES BRlftLY TOLD WAS4HIN(GTON.-The United States supreme court advanced on the docket the (ase of Homer Bird, accused of mur de'ilng a number of his companions tii Alaska. The he(aring was set for Octo ber 14 next. rONIrON.--:xclitement caused iby the shlllqling deal is subslilding In consequence of the maze of c'ontradl'tions and the Inck of authentle Information, but the sense of Irritaled unealiness remains lndoubtedlv for indopendence. I)FNVERI, ('ilo.-The Hawaiian Live stock lir.ederll ' association, thlºrugh Its seretary, Albert F. Judd at Honolulu, has allllied frr niainhership In the Na tional l.ive.4toc"k arnolcation of America. The wpplication will be granted. PARIB. - The battleship Gaulols, which is to take to the United States the mission which will represent France at the unveiling of the Rochpm beau monument In Washington, May 2f, Is expected to arrive at her destination May 21. DAILAS, Texas.-A telephone men. sage from Glen Rose, Summerville county, Texas, states that a tornado has just passed over that place, killing five and injuring 40 p'ersous, and dernolish Ing much property. The town is iso Lated and details will probably be late. WAiSHIINGTON.-The prel'lent hd signed the legialative bill. under the pro Visions of which the thousand or more clerks who were temporarily appolnter during the war with Spain are given permanent emtpluyment and placed within the operations of the civil ser Vi'ce.. IAItAMIE. Wyo.-The Laramie Re pultllc announces that Governor De Forrest ltichards has consented again to be a candidate for gubernatorial honors, subject to the action of the republican con vention, and adds that it does not appear that there will be an opposition to his candidacy. NEW YORtK.--George W. McMurray, presidlent of the Sheet Steel company and a former resident of Western Penn sylvania, has joiled the steel magnates colony in this city by pirchasing a tedi-,. deuce at 817 lfifth avenue, oplpolte 1..ga tral park. The price is said to have been it'$70,1O00. WASHI N('l'T)N.-PrI'esident and :Mr:s. wootsevlt were the guests of honlor at a dinner party last night at the reil detnc of the secretary of agriculture and Miss Wilsonll. The ('company, n cluded also "peuker and Mrs. Hender son, (enllator and Mrs. t'ullen, Senalor Kiean and Mc. alid Mrs. Thomas F. Walsh. lt( I':.- A paiunful Inmpressol n has been caused at tile American emnbassy here by thie atlions at 'Venltee of the men tram the ('hicago. It was said at the embassy that after tile Itallan court had fllnished with the offenders they will be arraigned 'before an Amerlcan court martial. Dumont Goes to Europe. S(By Associated Press.) St. Louis, April 29.--M, 'Intos-Dumont, the aeronaut, has announced that he will sail for London Th'ursd v. The belief was general thie hip stay would last some manths. "My affairs," hie said, "make it .nioessary for me to cross this time. ,. Will be back in a couple of mlollths. for I am impressed by the pro gressive nature of the American people, ,.nd 1 believe I will get the encourage inent ,nat I desire to carry on my experi. raents hbrn"* WANTADS. WANT AD. RATiS. IFuneral and deatn notices, fraternal society notices, entertainment notices, Eards of thanks, 10 cents a line each In err tion. Help wanted, sitratlons waniteg, houses and rooms, real estate, et,., 11 words or less 15 cents; 16 to 20 word , 20 cent; 21 to 25 words, 25 cents, etc. No discount for additional Insertions. Personals, fortune telling, palmlslls, proprietary remedies, 2 cents a word erio insertion, $2.00 per month per line.' A.NIWERS TO ADVERITISEMENTS addressed care the Inter Mountain and left at this ffice, shouli alwars be ln cicaed in sealed envelopes. No stamp is required on such letters. The Inter Mountain will not be re. sponsible for errors in advertlsemeuts taken through the telephone, WHERE TO STOP IN BUTTL' The Southern hotel, Dan Tewey, pro prietor, right to the heart of Butte Street osa.* reach it from every depot for " tes.e. Elegant brick hotel, In block with tw * hlgn..r priced hotels. Beds. rooms,. an4 table unexcelled. The South era hotel's 35" dtan rs from 1 to 8 are famous. Board and lodging $1.50 and $1 a day. * POSITIONS WANTFO. Female. WANTED-POSITION BY FIRST class cook. Apply 234 8. Montana St. HELP WANTED. .ale. WANTED-MEN TO LEARN BARBER trade. Special offer May 1 to 15. Board, room, scholarship and outfit of tools. Term not limited. Steady practice, ex pert instructions, positions plentiful. Write today. Moler Barber College, Mlnneapolis, Minn. FOR SALE. Lots. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE IN BIT ter Root Valley, hay grain, fruit and stock, town property, lots, blocks and acreage. Dickinson and Cannon, Stevensvllle, Mont. FOR SALE-CHOICEI WEST SIDE lot. See owner, Room 8, Columbia blk. FOiL SALE-YOU CAN, IF YOU WILL, put $25 a month In a home. instead of paying it out for rent. Lots in the Uallatln Addition $10 down and $10 a month. A house on one of those lots will cost $15 more per month. More new houses building in the Gallatin Addition than any other part of the city. The best selling ground ever placed on the market in Butte. Butte Land and Investment Co., 19 West Granite street. FOR SALE-DO YOU WANT A FINE lot on the West Side, 45 feet wide and 100 feet long? South front. Sewer also: Only $1,000. Best building lot on West Side. Charles L. smith & Co., 33 West Granite street. Houses. IOR SALE-DOUBLE HOUSE OF SIX rooms each, ·modern; a good paying in vestment, close in and a bargain. Address L., this office. FOR SALE-BOARDING AND LODO ing house; close in; modern; 25 board ers; 17 rooms; price, $1.600; good lease. Address H., Inter Mountain. Furniture. FOR SALE-FURNITURE OF 8-ROOM house, close in; everything first-class. House for rent; modern. A snap for the right party. See G. W. Robert son, Red Chair, 114 South Main. FOR SALE-CHEAP-6- ROOM HOUSE and furniture; South Side. Oechall, 124 West Park street. GREAT FURNITURE BARGAIN.-We will have on sale one of the newest and best outfits of second hand furniture ever offered for sale in Butte. Don't miss seeing it. Wt have the finest new couches and box couches ever brought to Butte. Buy, sell, exchange. Stor age, pack and ship. 1IUTTE EXCHANQE FURNITURE CO. 42 West Broadway. Butte. Mont. Horse and Carriage. FORI SALE-HORSE AND PHAETON; Spider phaeton and safe family horse. Mrs. Jessie C. Knox, box 1034. Buggy and Harness. FORl SALE-BUGGY AND HAIRNErS. Apply at Boden's stable, Meaderville. Mining Stock. FOR SALE--10,000 SHARES OF THE Butte Mine Exploration Co., which Is working the Pacific Mine. at 20 centj Der share. Address W. Sutton. FOR RENT. Furnished Rooms. FOIL IuENT-FITItNISHED ROOMS, complete for housekeeping. 219 West Gtalena street. FOIL RENT-HOUSE K E P1 NG rooms. 21 South Montana. TO LEI'T-FI'UI NISHIED ROOM, ALSO large barn. Inquire corner of Granite and Idaho streets. FOR RENT - TWO FURNISHED rooms for housekeeping. 328 South Washington. FOR( ItENT-NICELY FURNISHED rooms, steam heat, electric light, free baths. Barnard block, 17 West Granite street, Butte. Houses and Flats. FOR IRENT-STAIBLE WITH COACH house for one, two or three horses. Ap ply 212 North Crystal street. CARPET CLEANING. WEST SIDE ELECTRIC CARPET Cleaning Co., 130 W. Bdwy. Tel. 867A. COLLECTIONS. BIJTTE ADJUSTMENT COMPANY, collects bad bills. Try it. 115 N. Main. MID-WIFE. PRIVATE HOME FOR LADIES DUR itig confinement. Mrs. Watmer, gradu ate and midwife. Office and residenoec 109 Dakota street, Butte. MONEY TO LOAN. MONEY TO LOAN-LARGE OR SMALL sums. Jackman & Armitage Company, 37 North Main street. LOANS-MONEY TO LOAN AT 8 PER cent; no delays. HIall B'ros., 46 East Broadway, Butte. MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED-At Inter Mountain, clean white rags. CRYSTAL SPRINGS - MUSIC DAY and night. Stage leaves four times a day, 10 a. m., 2 p. m., 5 p. m., 8 P. m. Day time stage.25e round trip, 8 o'clock stage free. C. Langlols, p#oprietor. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. NO. m. NOTION OF AL. In the District Court of the Second Judl eal District of the State of Montana, in and for the County of Sliver Bow. In the matter of the estate of Jeremiah Roach. deceased: Notice is hereby given that In pur suance of an order of sale, made and entered by the above-entitled distrlet court, on the $1st day of &aioh, A. D. 1902, in the matter of the estate of Jere mlah Roach, deceased, the undersigned, administratrix of said estate, will sell at public auction, subject to confirmation by said court, the following-described real property, to-wit: An undivided one-fourth interest in and to the Nora Lode claim, situated in Sil:'er Bow county, Montana. and which is designated in the United States Land Office at Helena, Montana, as Lot Num ber Two Hundred and Eighteen (218), Township Three (3) North, Range Seven (7) West. Said sale will be made on Saturday, the 3rd day of May, 1902, at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day, at the door of the court house of the above-entitled court, on West Granite street, in said County of Silver Bow, Montana. Terms of said sale are for cash, Ten (10) per cent of the bid pvyable at the time of sale, and balance upon oonfirm ation of said sale by the court. Dated April 2, 1902. ALICE ROACH, Administratrix of Estate of Jeremiah Roach, Deceased. Notice of Forfeiture. Butte, Montana, April 8, 1902. To Thos. L. Porter, or assigns. You are hereby notified that I have ex pended during the year 1901, one-hundred dollars In labor and improvements upon the Julian Lode claim, situated in Sum mit Valley mining district, Silver Bow county, Montana, about 4% miles south east of Butte City, Montana, of which the declaratory statement is found of record on page 76 of book "D" of lode claims, in the office of the recorder of said county of Silver Bow, in order to hold said claim under the laws of the United States concerning annual labor upon mining claims, being the amount required to hold said lode for the period ending on the 31st day of December, 190L And, If within ninety days after publil cation hereof, you fall to contribute your proportion of said expenditure, as a co owner by payment thereof to me or to my agents, the J. E. Rickards Co., at Butte, Montana, your interest in the claim will become the property of the subscriber, your co-owner, by the pro visions of said laws. MARY W. BISHOP. MINING APPLICATION NO. 4513. United States Land Office, Helena, Mion tana, April 24, 1902. Notice is hereby given that Donald B. Gillies, whose postoffice address is Butte, Montana, has this day filed an applica tion for a patent for the Bettle Gillies Placer Mining claim, situated in un organized mining district, Silver Bow county, Montana, the position, course, and extent of the said mining claim, des ignated by an official survey thereof, as Survey No. 6425, Township No. 2 north, Range No. 7 west, a notice of which was posted on the claim on the 18th day of April, 1902, and being more particularly set forth and described in the official field notes and plut thereof on file in this office as follows, to-wit: Beginning at Corner No. 1, a granite stone 4x10x6 inches above ground, marked 1-6425, from which the quarter section corner to Sections 21 and 22, Franctional Township 2 north, Range 7 west, bears northi 15 degrees 30 minutes east 1515.5 feet, and running thence south 69 degrees 53 minttes west 148 feet to Corner No. 2; thense south 42 degrees 30 minutes west 290.5 feet to Corner No. 3; thence south 33 degrees west 408.5 feet to Corner No. 4; thence south 16 degrees 32 minutes west 352 feet to Corner No. 5; thence south 21 degrees 32 minutes east 596 feet to Corner No. 6: thence south 66 degrees 53 minutes east 642.8 feet to Corner No. 7; thence north 3 degrees east 343.2 feet to Corner No. 8; thence north 30 degrees west 474.5 feet to Corner No. 9; thence north 13 degrees 45 min utes east 872 feet to Corner No. 10; thence north 40 degrees west 211 feet to Corner No. 1, the place of beginning, contain ing an area of 19.88 acres, as claimed by the above-named applicant for patent. The location of this mine is recorded in the oflce of the Recorder of Silver Bow county, on Page 415, in Book "C" of P'lacers. The adjoining claims are: On the north, the Orion placer, Survey No. 4461, Lynnie F, Boyce applicant; on the northeast, Survey No. 1675, Mouth. of Black Tail Canyon placer, Lot No. 40, James It. Boyce, Jr., et al applicants; on the southeast, Survey No. 582, placer, Lot 37, George W. RIea et al applicants. GEOURUE D. GREENE, Register. JOS. H. HARPER, United States Claim Agent. (First publication April 25, 1902.) NOTICE OF HEARING. Land Office at Helena, Montana, April 12, 1902. Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing named person has filed applica tion to make a Soldier's Additional Homestead Entry, for and upon lot one (1), Section twenty-six (26), Township three (3) north, Range eight (8) west, Montana, viz., Robert Mitchell of Butte, Montana, and who will'submit testimony and proof that said land is non-mineral in character, at the hearing hereinafter mentioned. And the said township having been re turned by the Survey General as mineral in character, a hearing will be held at this office on the 30th day of June, 1902, to determine the true character of said land, the testimony to be used therein, to be submitted on the 24th day of June, 1902, at 10 o'clock a. m. before John Bean, notary public, at his office in Butte, Montana GEORGE D, GREENE, Itegister. GEO. M. BOURQUIN, Attorney for Applicant. ALIAS SUMMONS. In the Justice's Court, Township of Sil ver Bow, County of Silver Bow, State of Montana, W. H. Arnold, Justice of the Peace. E. P. Passmore and S. M. Passmore, Partners, doing business as Citizens Coal Co., plaintiffs, vs. C. J. Smith & Co., Defendants. The state of Montana sends greeting to C. J. Smith & Co., defenaants above named. You are hereby required to appear be tore me ln my offiae at 47 West Granite street, township of Sillver low, county of Silver Bow, stete of M..:tana, on Monday the 11th day of Ma:- A. p. 1900, at 10 o'clock a m., and answer the com plaint of plaintiffs on file in an action to recover of you the sum of $140 due and owing from you to plaintiffs, for coal by them sold and delivered to you during 1900, at an agreed priee, vis.: 50 tons, at $4.75 per ion, of which but $90.00 has been paid. And you are hereby notide.' that if you fail to appear and answer the said complaint as above required, Judgment will be taken against you according to the complaint and costa of this suit. Given under my hand, this 14th dzy of April, 1902. W. H. ARNOLD, Justice of the Peace. GEO. R. BOUtRQUIN, Attorney for Plaintifs. MINING APPLICATION NO. 4604. United Stat ae Land Omfo Helena, Montana, March 6, 110= Nbtlce is hereby given, that Carl J. Cepell. whose postoice address In Butte, Mont., bas this day filed an application for a patent for 1,600 linear feet, the same being: for 1,220 feet In southeasterly and 280 feet in northwesterly direction froa, the point of discovery on the Johanna C. Lode Mining Claim, situ atel in unorganised mining district, Jefferson county, Montana. the position, course and extent of the said mining claim, designated by an official survey thereof, as Survey No. 6526, township No. 8 north, range No. 7 west, a notice of which was posted on the claim on the 3d day of March, 1902, and being more particularly set forth and described in the official field notes and -plat thereof on file in this offo, as follows, to wit: Beginning at the northwest corner No. 1, a granite stone, Sxx4 Inches above ground, marked 1-6626. from which ini tial point No. 2. established for Eurveye in fraction township I north, range ? west, bears north 48 degrees 10 minutes west, 6064 feet, and running thence south 68 degrees 50 minutes east 1300 feet to northeast corner No. 3; thence south 1 degree west, 618 feet to south east corner No. 8; thence north 43 de grees 50 mlealtes west 1500 feet southwest corner No, s; thence north I degree east 613 feet to corner No. 1, the place of be ginning. Conta inng an area of 19.81 acres as claimed the above named ap plicant for patelt. The location of this mine ih recorded in the offioe of the recorder of Jefferson county, on page 268 in Book 31 of Lodes Bounded on the north by Burvey No. 4835, the Baltimore Lode, John Cam eron, applicant, and on the west Survey No. 6889, the Davenport Lode, Robert McBride, applicrant. GEORGE D. GTtENE, Rlgistor. JOB. H. HARPER, U. B. Claim Agent. (First publicat:on March 6. 1903.) MINING APPI"rtATION NO 4,49, United States Land Office, Helena, Mona tana, February 20, 1902. Notice is hereby given that the Ana conda Copper Mining company, a cor poration existing under the laws of the state of Montana, by John GOile, its at torney in fact, whose post office address is Butte City, Montana, has this d4y filed its application for a patent for 41 linear feet, being 27.5 feet easterly and 13.5 westerly from the center of disoov ery shaft of the Jim H. lode mining" claim, upon which a notice of intention to apply for a patent was posted on February 14, A. D. 1902, situated in Sum mit Valley (unorganired) mining distriot, Silver Bow county, state of Montana, and desigrated as Survey No. 5,882, in fractional township 8 north, range 7 west, and being more particularly de scribed as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the southwest corner, which is the point of intersection of the third course of Survey No. 846,and the east end line of Survey No. 1.654, a porphyry stone set in the ground with a mound of earth along side, and marked 1-6,825 for Corner No. 1, from which the quarter section corner on the south boundary of section 7, fractional townohip 8 north, range 7 west, bears south 82 degrees 4 minutes west 1,810 feet, and running thence south 88 degrees 49 minutes east 41.5 feet; thence north 11 degrees 34 minutes east 17 feet; thence north 88 degrees 49 minutes west 41.5 feet; thence south 11 degrees 15 minutes wefnt 1: feet to the place of beginning, containing an area of .010 acres, of whloh .C08 acres are in conflict with Survey No. 586, not claimed, leaving .008 acres claimed by the above named applicant. The location of this claim is of record in the recorder's office of Silver Bow county, state of Montana, in Book "T" of lode records at page 69. The adjoining claims to these premisel are Survey No. 586, Modoo lode, lot 42, Joel W. Itansome et al. applicants, on the northeast; Survey No. 840, Aleo Scott lode, lot 93, Charles S. Warreu et al. applicants, on the south; Survey No, 1,664, Sunnyside lode, lot 241, James A. Murray et al. applicants, on the west. GEIORGE D. GR"NNE, Register. SAMUEL BARIKER, JR., At ,:ney for Applicant. (First publication Februas y 21, 180.) SECRETS OF DORIEYFUS CASE NOW EXPOSED BY FRENCH LECTU'RER (By Associated Press.) Chicago, April 29,--Alleged secrets of the Dreyfus case were confided to the University of Chicago students by Hugues Leroux. The French lecturer declared that Dreyfus admitted guilt at the time he was pardoned. "Captain Dreyfus not only was guilty of conspiracy against the French gov ernment, but he confessed to a number of charges and asked for mercy when signing a petition for a pardon," was the statement with which the French law yer and lecturer astenished his audience. "That Dreyfus actually admitted his guilt is not generally known even by people who endeavored to follow the case closely in all its phases." M. Le Roux explained to the students that his knowledge of the case' came largely from the fact that he was asked by friends of Captain Dreyfus to take up the defdnse of the prisoner. CHEYFINNIb, Wyo.--Reports received here from ,arious sections of the state lnlicate that the unexpectd storm of last week killed 12,000 or 1:i,000 sheep, the losses running from 2 to 11 per cent. The heaviest loss occurred In Natrona county, where shearing had commenced early. The lo.: there is estimated at 3,000 head.