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POLICE rAWD POOL $OOXS IN NPW TORN cIY. IN FASHIONABLE, DISTRICT Captain Sheehan Was Knocked Down and His Men Compelled to Draw Their Pistols-S-ity-one Are Arrested. (By Associated Press.) New York, April 30.-For the first time In the recent pollee ralls here on pool rooms and other law-.breaking resorts, pistols have been drawn. Captain Shee. ltan, with three men, gained admittance to an alleged pool room in West Four teenth street, in the ,heart of the old Knickerbocker district. When the door swung ajar, however, scores of persons rushed from the rooms, which were located In an old brown stone front residence, and attem(,ptled to throw the captain and his men over the balus trade. Captain Sheehan knocked several of his prospective assailants unconscousU with his club. His men were ienig rapidly pushed to ward the stairway, however, and pistols were quickly drawn. With bloodshed as a possibility, t'hr crowd quickly subminltted and 01 prisoners were carried to the Tenderloin station. Captain Sheehan was knoct·kd down during the light by a blow on the head. but was not seriously hurt. OFFICERS OF CRUISER CHICAGO ARE STILL IN JAIL AT VENICE lily Assolat'dll P'rm'S.) Rome. April 30.--'l'lh' commander of the crulixir chihcago at V'en'ie 'ontinues to keep all his mtit on iboard to avoil, furthtr tro uble. The officers who were sentefn,.oed to imprisoned for disorderly .onduct are being treated with iL (certain lregard, )i't with pr I'lon IIrules. L1. s'eems thatx At'tri'aix olmeit's have neve'r beeni arre'sted abroad,. except years ago in Brazil, when an otffhler shoit ai d. .x.rter. 'rhrough th e good olileisH o Washington. l)Don Pedro rl'ease.. him. ''Th quest(,io, notw i wh,,her the' oill cers may be allowie to ask pardonr of thei king or whethie the' "leqti'est niust go Llrough thie emtbtissy. The cruiser will sail oin 1'illday for 'Triete. Mackay Cable System. (ly Assiiite'ld P'.'ess.) ;inx F'ranxisi o, Axpril :o.-S. S. Dicklin son, suiperixntendent ol f ithe lMi ak,y cable xystemit, is hexr'' ie n iito to Honolulu, where he will ,l,,t it landiniig loh '" flor the Ixile which will connecti. the. lit wal'ifx isiux ls with this . x t'xxity. tie xpredict' s rh;tt the line will i be ; i: opera tionl b'efore( Ilc',emberx'' I netXt. It miay be exte.xndd lxIfro'I IlxionoluuII via Midway isliixnd and ti;oxx to Manlila;, anid thiitce to Japan. Bourke Cochran's Opinion. ([y A . o'iiated Pi'er's.) N. 'x YoTlk. Aprill ::l.- . W". iurk, l'ock rl . w\hio lih jus i,-tlrllll d fi oiti a trip to Itix Egypt g and Lxiilon, sail thait, in his oxpinion. if thx' lixo rs will xnxake an oral tri ·'-e-iin of defeat. the En gli.h N ill tay txixn axxlxxst any urin to restore thx'ir ix-tlrxxy'id h,ut.es and rel,air the ralvtgt.s of war. In other ',ordis, he said, Englantid is ready andtii anxiou.i tio lay a liarge amotlunt of money to bring about p. Il-ar In Southi Africia. Receives Mar.y Letters. (By Aswociate.l i'resi.) London, April 30.--\'i c'onsul West cott is overwhelmed with l.tters of i.x pressions of regret o\ver the death of Consul fGeneril Osborne. Mr. Osborne was respected and lik.kd by the London general public and had administered hI.i office with exceptional ability. lie was greatly depressed by the death of Presi dent McKinley, his cousin, and loot in terest in public affairs. Oil For Hawaii. (By Associlated Press.) Ran Francisco, April 30.--A ileet of five big oil carriers will soon be running (between this port and the Hawallan islands. A promlinnt oil company of California Is promoter of the project. Two vessels are building, and negotica tlons are pending for the construction of three steamers. Sutton's Broadway Theater D. P. SUTTON, flANA(UlR. Phone 2!. Cor. Broadway and Montana Last Performance Tonight Way Down last Iy Lottie Blair Parker. Elaborated by Joseph R. Grlsmer. Prices--Night, $1.50, $1.00, 75c, b0c 21c; Three Nights, Commencing Thursday, May 1st. SATURDAY MATINEE. I 'turn of Howard Kyle and excellent company in the great American vlay, Nathan Hale P'rices-$1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c, 25c. Matl net--Ad.4ults 7IS, 500. Prees, children, 0ob, .o. Sale o.ena L'uesday, April 29. WILL O0 TIHROUUN QUIETLY WORKING OUT DETAILS OF STEAMSHIP DEAL, SOME COMPANIES GET CASH Name of the New Concern to Be Tem porarily Known as the Navigation Syndicate-Payments Already Made 3. P. Morgan. (By Associated Press.) New York, April 80.-Despite the wealth of rumors regarding the great stitamship deal, hankers in this city who are looking after the financial part of the combination, are slowly and quietly working out the details of the plan. A majority of the stockholders of the Amneric'an and Red Star lines, the Ley land and Atlantic Transport, Dominion and White Star lines will deposit their Miltrels with London and New York (bankers, and when the basis of the. ex chanxe of stock shall have been fully worked out these shares will be ex c'hiinge'd for new shares of the Amlerlian 1 oldllllg compl, ny. Th' comlbination has been temporarily ,alld the "navigation syndir ale." 'hli 1i the name which appllars on the' under Writ ing theetS. An interestiing fet.llure of the under writing syndl.ate ' phlns is the ap.inrent disclosure' of thi.' fact that cash has hoen puld for the control of the Ley lnnd l.ln, and that a part of the present Ibnd issue wilt r.tlmhurse the t,'unhasers for the outlay made. It Is auso InferrelI from the under writing dist.losur(es that cash will be paid to sonme of the other lines entering the coihlinatii, while the fuinds re IItired for a wuiorkting .apltal will he drawni frontl the' amount Subscribed by the nalvigation Idel"lrwritingK syndkallte,. Alihudv upayments have been miulade by J. 1'. ,Morgan & il'. on the purchase of the L.yland line, whch' was ae.om idltshd soon aftir 1lr. Morgan's arrival Iii Eglnandtluu a year agoi. NEWS STORIES BRIEFLY TOLD \t'TOItIA, II. '.-The Httlnl'r QU.eel llary left the E.-iqulinalt dock this after Ion ll, repairsI to hIle havingl be'n enil pleted. She leiaves tunotriorw for Port land. WAt'ilNIT(I ..-T-he senate commi)t tee oi Iil.tarly affl irs has authorizert an adverse repor t an the bill riatling a natlional park at ApponaLttox, Vu., where Lee sturrendrid to (tenerlatl (;rant. (I,\AND) (AN(ON, Ariz'.-Three Santa l'e lltris 'n route to Lns Angeles andl InUIImblrI'inIMg 'il1) 'lub woeitlnl, sp, rnt titr.y sight seeing at the G('rant ('anon antl left tonlight fot their destination. WAS-tIN(TON.--Mhtistir \Vu Ting hang haz dvli"Iie an ilnvite4 lati to de ii er allnii Idd rst r id ,ajs sol i nence ni. nt at MiII:gv h llc, (;rt., on 1cIoIun iG~t4C t'tII1, 141 iglti is of DV In. V. i4, itre" 1t:(lM. litt liillttt 10(103 fot \V~a httgton 14 Wtill Ill.' ctita"t lei eton II rr w4tithi BA It('ELI)NA.--At a stormtiy sitting of the council litti4 yrstet'lity it Itail d iritlte ILI41t 114 aV."ot' tiull 41144I lid no frt..; In honorit if th." aipproaching coronat~tionl or Ith klttg. 1'i~t11l14 Initt t at1 1 the sitIinlg atiptlntitltit this teisioniitt ith1 cnthuslaint. Te~''cl. ''x.--Theh~ Inte·rnnrtiunu & c( ril NurnhEl n h ( otay inaugu r tuts .it tiutn uieirvi Ii helt Eu) I i ituitoii and Waco, the: r ,adr having bin onlllly rececntly r·oni IdluIt~I. WVork Ix shbing pruiheud toward huit Worth as rajiluly ax thu graders ian work. Oittawa \ t1(nr s tiih L the diion g(JvcJhrt(.flt h~as doih.Ic to give the Cani adilan Pcificil Navigatilou comhIany it stubliliy for thiti Skagway Sit a uishipl line and alsto for ith litll tug thin west IIEA ITI NT, 'I'Fx.-A reIord in totd iI Ir StillndIrI Oil coilmpanly hbarge hay just iI(u umtide it fort Arthur. A full cargo of 5t)hl tb trrils was15 sellt intu itt harge and in an 11l11It-hMid 40 mtuutes Iftorn the Limte Itte vessel was tatwed in, IL was ready to be towed 11ut agauint. WASIINGTON.--The house commilt tee on nilitary affairs today ordretd a favorable report on the I'r.solutlon of .epresentativ'e Iurleson of Texas, re questing the war department for copies of orders, etc., to tGeneral Jacob Smith, relative to the campaign tio the island of Samar. LOS ANGELES, ('al.-A large number of delegatts to the biennial conference of the general Federation of Woman's clubs arrived in Los Angeles today and 1y tomorrow afternoon practically all will have been escorted to their head qluarters :I readiness for the opening session. CAP.ITOWN.-At today's hearing in the supreme court of the charges of forgery brought against Princess tadzi will, the defendant testifying in her own behalf, swore that the notes were not forgeries and said they were handed to her by Mrs. Schultz, whose husband died since the case was opened. TOULON.-Orders have been given to mlake special arrangements for the Rochambeau mission, which is to sail from Toulon for the United States May 5, on the battleship Gaulois, and in view of the receptions and banquets which will be given on board of her during the vessel's stay in America, the excel lent band of the Mediterranean Ileet will Auction of Relics. (By Associated Press.) London, April 30.-At an auction of the famous Dunn-Gardner collection the bidding was brisk, especially for the snuff boxes, one of which fetched £820. The most sensational price reached was £1,950, for a triptidh of 'boxwood five inches high and six inches long. W.IN ALiA'S 1OU8R HE IS EVETYWHIBE RECEIVED WITH GZEAT JOY. MEETING SOME OLD FRIEND. Traveling With His Late Political ,Rpl ponent-Cuba Owe Deep Debte , of Gratitude to the United States. (fly Associated Press.) New York, April 30.-Presldent-elect Palma and his secretary arrived at Man zanillo, Cuba, says a dispatch from that city. They left Bayamo escorted by a detachment of rural guards and many friends on horseback. Short stops were made at every coun try house, where the president shook hands and embraced many old frieqds. At the larger places he recounted with his comrades the experiences of the war of 1868. At Veguitas the president breakfasted with an old comrade. General Capote. When the party had been joined by General Masso, President Palma's oppo nent in the recent election, they boarded a private car anti proceeded to a small place called tllanquezala, three miles out. There a large decorated Iloat was ready to receive the president and Gen eral Masso. In this, at i o'clock, the party entered Manzanillo, every bell ringing a welcome, and were tendered the freedom of the city. G.nzalos Qlueseda spoke for President Palma and General Masse. He recount ed tith enthusiastic reception given to the president, also the affectionate greeting by General Masso. lie was glad of it, for It would show other nations no cause 'for fearing that trouble existed. Their actions should be such as to show the world there existed only one soul In ('uba, and t'at tile life of the republic. Ile believed conlidence would be re stored after the news of President I'dlltasI. reception was published. lie said Cuba owed a deep debt of gratlitutde to the United States for the glrhitus work done and her Inagnanl onwls gift of freeldonl, and that if Cuba would Iemulate the example set by the states her'l futur was assured. After this' Slleetch the party dined at the home of G(enlral Masso. PROGRESS OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IN UNITED STATES (1y Assoc'lated Press.) New York, April a0.-At the first annual nmetlng in this city of the Maynooth Alumni as.ioci:tion of the United States Dr. Mci'ready of New York was elected president, Dr. Tonler of St. Paul viL'c presiden.lt, Fat her (' yne of VWinona Mlnn., tnmber of the council. Speaking on the progress of the C'ath niiie church in the United States, Fathel Sheedy of this city s.ld: "Taking the religious census for th, Ipat year compllted by Dr. H. K. C'ar roll, a Protestant i;.ergyni, it is found that of the 658,.000 new nmetntLirs that were udde.d to the various denomina tlions, 40x,a08 we\re' added to the ('athollc churciih. The increiase in population was 2.18 per cent, whlle the ('iatholhc inc'rase for the year was 5.4 per1 cnt. Of the 20,000,000 chiurcnh mnemllelws itn the United States Dr. ('arroll set down 9,00,000, or nearly one-half, as ('atholles. QUITE RIGHT SAYS GENERAL FUNSTON (Hly Associated Press.) Denver. April 30.-When General Fun Lton's attention was called to the declar atlon of General MacArthur that, he (MavArthur) was responsible for uaeth ods used in the capture of Aguinaldo,' he, T''hat is right. General MacArthur made a similar statement several months ago. This is simply a repetition of his 'jrmellltr utterances when he said he was rest.ponsible for the methods in the cap ture of Aguinaldo. I got up the plan and submitted it 'to General MacArthur. 'The whole plan was submitted to him and he indorsed it. "''Then the expedition was entered upon nall carried out, r.-sulting In the cap ture of Aguinaklo. "('l'eneral Ma ,\rthur is perfectly right in what he says." MURDER IN PENITENTIARY. Leader of Gang of Mexican Robbers Kills a Traitor. (fy Associated Press.) Houston, Tex.,April 30.-It has just beeni learned that a murder was recent ly committed In the penitentiary at Itusk, which is out of the ordinary. litcently the San Antonio officers con victed a number of Mexicans of rob beries extending over several years, In which It was estimated that $10,000 worth of goods had been stolen and sold. The leader of the gang was Ramon Mendez and he was given 18 years. The police used Juan Aguilar for a witness and he was let off with five years. As soon as Mendez had an opportunity, after arriving at the penitentiary he killed Agullar. Explains His Scheme. (By Associated Press.) London, April 30.--Charles T. Yerkes has explained, at a lengthy hearing lbe fore the house of lords committee on the London Tuhbe railways, his scheme for the extension of the line and the use of electricity on the District railway. Found Dead in Bed. (By Associated Press.) New York, April 30.-Simon Ballen, a young Peruvian, who was educated at.the United States military academy in West Point, has been found dead in bed. lie Yad seen service in Indian oampaigns in the United States. Building Firm Bankrupt. (By Associated Press.) New York, April 30.--Edward Teichman and H. D. Potter, who formerly com posed the firm of Teichman & Potter, builders, have filed a petition in bank ruptcy with liabilities of $725,0j, with no assets. The firm failed in 1900. FAVORS TIl. CL(AL COLONEL DICEEY ON YEARLY LEAVE OF ALBNCOE. CONSUL AT CALLAO IN PERU No Matter What Route Is Chosen He Mopes That the Matter Will Be Decided and the Big Ditch Dug. (By Associated Press.) New York, April 30.-Colonel Dickey, Unlted Statis consul at Callao, Peru, who Is In this country on his yearly leave of absence, is strongly in favor of an Isthmian canal. "I do not much care which route Is chosen,' he said, "so long as the canal Is built. The South American republics will not develop at the rate of which they are capable, at the rate at which they should, until the canal Is built. Peru, however, is developing. My re lations with the Peruvian government, from the president down, have been most cordial and pleasant. The imports from the United States have Increased greatly, due to the aroused activity of American Importers. The want of American banking con cerns In Peru is a great drawback. The banks and American steamship connections are the greatest needs just now. Whether American steamships can compete with the present English, Ger man and Chillan lines no v operating between the coast of South America and 'alifornia, owing to the extreme low cost of operation of the latter, Is a question for conslderation. These foreign com panies say that they are well satisfled with the busineas they do. Two hundred and fifty thousand dol lars' worth of cargo entered Peru In American bottoms during the March quarter of the pres'nt year, which is the best record yet during the four years of my consulshi,." WILL TEST BENZOZONE. Visit Fever Stricken Districts of Asia in 'une. (By Assoclated Press.) Ann Arlor, Mich., April 'O.--By an ex pedition to the disease stricken part of Asia, the effectiveness of benzozone is to be te.dtd. Professor S. Vaughn and Frederick W. Novy of the medical col lege of the University of Michigan. will leave for Asir about the middle of June. Iast fall, Professor Novy announced the discovery of benzozone, which was alleged to possess absolute antiseptic powers In the intestinal tract and which, if that supposition were true, would be not only a cure, but a total preventitive of such diseases as typhold, cholera, dysentery and all other diseases, the seat of a hich Is in the 4ntestines. Express Messenger Arrested. IBurlington, Ia., April 30.-W. B. Ma hannah, formerly an express messen ger, has been arrested by the govern ment aecret service men. Ills arrest I. said to be in connection with the I heft of a $20,000 p)ackage consigned from a ('hicago bank to this city. The arrest followed an attempt to get the govern mInt to redeem money that was partly New Organization Perfected. (By Assoclated Press.) New York. April 30.-Organization of the Mutual Alliance association of this city has been completed. The new con cern will have a capital of $300,000 and a surplus of the same amount. Kalman Haas will be its president. The di rectors Include, besides H. H. Rogers and Cornelius Vanderbilt, many promi nent capitalists. ELEPHANT BURIED AT SEA. Topsy Died of Pneumonia and Was Cast Overboard. (New York Pun.) Two East Indian baby elephants and six yards of somnolnt boa constrictor, which had been digesting a late supper of chickens and a dog introduced into its system two months ago, arrived yes terday from Calcutta aboard the steam ship Ockenfcls. Originally there were three elephants, but the eldest, a mischievous youngster 3% years old, died of pneumonia and was burled at sea. He was called Topsy, de spite his sex, and, with his fellow-pachy dernms had the liberty of the ship from port to port, climbing up on the bridge with as much agility as a top sawyer. The elephants did not like the boa, which was unobtrusive, not to say dead to the world, covered with blankets and hay in a box, dreaming of its next meal. The captain 'was sorry to lose Topsy, who was the life of the ship. He was the greatest clown elephant out of a circus and enjoyed his pranks like a lively schoolboy. He had a habit of "hefting" members of the crew with his trunk, always letting them down gently, but making th'em feel uncomfortable for a moment. Hle fell in love with the cook, like a sensible elephant, and regularly visited the galley, putting his trunk through a port for dainties. The entic ing odor of hot soup caused him to dip 'his trunk Into the pot one day. There was a bellow, and several gallons of soup were spattered against the wall of the galley and over the cook. Topsy had a sweet oil dict for several days there after. All hands assembled in the waist of the ship when Topsy's carcass, raised by a derrick, was swung out over the rail. He was a heavy infant for his years, and made a great splash when he -hit the sea, throwing water all over the mourners. They said it was just like him. Topsy and his junior rompers were in charge of Henry Farquaharaon, a tea planter of Assam, who brought an East Indian servant for each elephant. The servants speak only Hindustanee. After they had gazed In open-mouthed wonder at the tall towers of the town as the steamship sailed up the North river they looked at their master, shook their heads sadly and murmured: "Alas! when we go back to India our ,brethren will tell us we are liars!" There are othere. BALLOT STUJ[lRS [EN GIVE THEMSELVES UP FOR CROOKED ELECTION WORK. FUGITIVES FOR MANY YEARS Said to Have Placed Two Hundred Fraudulent $ otes in a Philadel phia Box--Jumped Their Bail and Disappeared. Bald to Nave Placed Two Hundred Fraudulent V otes in a Philadel phia Box-Jumped Their Bail and Disappeared. (By Associated Press.) Philadelphia, Pa., April 30.-Former Deputy Coroner Samuel P. Salter of Philadelphia and Clarence Meeser and Joseph Rodgers of Washington, alleged ballot box stuffers, who jumped their ball in 1899, and have since been fugitives from justice, yesterday surrendered themselves to the court. Meeser, who was employed In the copy right department of the congressional library, and Rodgers, who was a lieuten ant of the capitol police, were members of an alleged gang of 14 repeaters, who came here from Wast ngton to vote at the November election, when Col. James M. Barnett, republican, of the Tenth Pennjylvania regiment, headed the ticket for state treasurer. The men are alleged to have placed 200 fraudurent votes in a ballot box. George Kirtland of Washington, a member of the gang, it later developed, was in the employ of a local newspaper, and gave the entire scheme away. Five of the 14 men were caught and were subsequently released on $1,800 ball each. All the men, it is said, with the excep tion of Kirtland, were government em ployes. Salter, Meeser and Rodgers dis appeared and nothing was known of their whereabout until they surrendered yes terday. They were released on ball for their appearance at the next term of court. REAR ADMIRAL WHO IS TO REPRESENT THE UNITED STATES (By Associated Press.) New York, April 30.-At "Four bells,' 1) o'clock today, Itear Admiral W. S ('rowninshield, who, as commander of the Europeana squadron, will represent the navy at the coronation of King Edward VIII. in June, will go on board the bat tleship Illinois from the navy yard pier and take formal command of the ship. As he steps over the starboard gang way to the quarter deck, a rear admiral's salute of 13 guns will be fired from the cob deck and answered in kind by the ship. The rear admiral will be received by ('apt. George A. Converse and all the of ficers of the ship in full uniform. The Illinois Is under orders to sail be tween 2 and 3 o'clock this afternoon. The ship carries 37 offlcers and 698 men, the largest complement ever carried by a vessel in the United States navy. BEEF IN THE BIG HOLE. Only One Small Bunch Left in the Basin. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Dillon, April 30.-Walter P. Fox Is In, town from the Big Hole basin today and he. states that a bunch of 300 head of young steers has been started out of the basin this week for Anaconda from where they will be shipped to Grand Island, Neb., by Messrs. Remis & Dwyer. Mr. Fox says there are but two large bunches of beef cattle left In the basin One of these is owned by Montgomery Bros. and contains 1,000 head. The other bunch contains 175 head and Is owned by Sam Peterson. New Rails on Short Line. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Dillon, April 30.-A crew of Short Line laborers has been engaged for the past few days in stringing 80-pound steel rails between this point and Barretts, and It is said that the work of replacing the old rails with the new will begin at Otter. FUNERAL NOTICES. Chalotte E. O'Neill, the 3 month's old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William O'Neill, died today at the family resl dence, No. 106 West Agate stre t, from where the funeral will take place tomor row at 2 p, m. WANT ADS. WANT AD. RATi S. Funeral and death notices, fraternal society notices, entertainment notices. cards of thanks, 10 cents a line each in sertion. Help wanted, sitmations 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, eto. No discount for additional Insertions. Personals, fortune telling, palmists, proprietary remedies, 2 cents a word each insertion. $2.00 per month per line. AlPWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS addressed care the Inter Mountain and left at this caflce, shoulj always be in clc.ed in sealed envelopes. Io stamp is required on such letters. The Inter Mountain will not be re .oonsible for errors in advertisements taken through the telephone. WHERE TO STOP IN BUTTE. The Southern hotel, Dan Tewey, pro prietor, right in the heart of Butte. Street care reacl: it from every depot for 5c fare. Elegant brick hotel, in block with two higher priced hotels. Beds, rooms, and table unexcelled. The South ern hotel's 25c dinners from 12 to E are famous. Board and lodging $1.50 and $1 a day. * MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED-At Inter Mountain, clean white rags. CIRY!T'AL SPRINGS -- MUSIC DAY and night. Stage leaves four times a day, 10 a. inm., 2 p. rn., 5 p. m., 8 p. m. Day time stage 25c round trip, 8 o'clock stage free. C. Langloni, proprietor, POSITIONS WANTED. female. WANTED--POSITION BY FIR8T class cook. Apply 234 S. Montana St. HELP WANTED. WANTED-A MAN WHO HAS HAD experience in paint and wall paper business. Butte Paint and Wall Paper Co., 121 West Park St. WANTED-MEN TO LEARN BARBER trade. Special offer May 1 to 1L Board, room, scholarship and outfit of tools. Term not limited. Steady practloe, ek pert Instructions, positions plentiful. Write today. Moler Barber College, Minneapolis, Minn. FOR ;ALE. Lots. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE IN BIT ter Root Valley, hay grain, fruit and stock, town property, lots, blocks and acreage. Dickinson and Cannon, Stevensville, Mont. FOR SALE-CHOICE WEST AiLDE lot. See owner, Room 3, Columbia blk. FOR SALE-YOU CAN, IF YOU WILL. put $25 a month In a home, instead of paying it out for rent. Lots in the Gallatin 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 SiBde, 45 feet wide and 100 feet long? South front. Sewer also. Only $1,000.. Best building lot on West Side. Charles L. Smith & Co., 83 West Granite street. Houses. FOR SALE-DOUBLE HOUSE Or 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, $1.000; good lease. Address H.. Inter Mountain. FOR SALE-BRICK HOUSE, MODERN improvements, within two blocks of postoffice. W. T. M. Address General Delivery. 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. Oecholl, 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 couche' ever brought to Butte. Buy, sell, exchange. Stor age, pack and ship. 13UTTE EXCHANGE FURNITURE CO. 42 West Broadway. Butte. Mont. Horse and Carriage. FOR SALE-HORSE AND PHAETON; Spider phaeton and atfe family horse. Mrs. Jessie C. Knox, box 1034. Buggy and Harness. FOR SALE-BUGGY AND HARNESS. Apply at Boden's stable, MeadervllUe. Mining Stock. FOR SALE--10,000 BHARIES OP THU Butte Mine Exploration Co., which is working the Pacific Mine. at 10 cents per share. Address W. Buttos FOR RENT. Furnished Rooms. FOR RENT-One furnished front room in modern, private house; gentlgmen only. 115 South Montana. FOR RENT-2 FURNISHED ROOMS for housekeeping. 207 North Crystal. FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS, complete for housekeeping. 219 West Galena street. FOR RENT - TWO FURNISHED rooms for housekeeping. 328 South Washington. FOR RENT-NICELY FURNISHED rooms, steam heat, electric light, free baths. Barnard block, 17 West Granite street, Butte. Houses and Flats. FOR RENT-STABLE WITH COACH house for one, two or three horses. Ap ply 212 North Crystal street. LOST. LOST-ONE LEWELLYN SETTER pup, 3 months old; color, grey and black on body, tan face and legs. Re turn to 21 West Broadway and get re ward. Any person retaining said dog will be prosecuted. Killeen, the Plumber. CARPET CLEANING. WEST SIDE ELECTRIC CARPET Cleaning Co.; 130 W. Bdwy. Tel. 867A, MID-WIFE. PRIVATE HOME FOR LADIES DUR ing confinement. Mrs. Watmer, gradu ate and midwife. Office and residence, 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. Hall Bros., 4(1 Last Broadway, Butte. COLLECTIONS. ISUTTE ADJUSTMENT COMPANY, collects bad bills. Try it. 11,5 N. Main.