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MONTANAI IPROSPECTS AND CAMPS PRODUCERS LLTTER I ROM PERU FORMER BUTTE MAN WRITES A FEW OF HIS FRIENDS. COUNTRY FULL OF MINERAL Ore Runs High in Copper and Fair in Silver-Cerro de Pasco Is the Filthi est Place on Earth-Mixture of Nationalities. Peter Oren, a min'r of ltutt, , who tent to Soutth Alnmerliu ai fIt w months ago for the purpose- of fdinig on.nl, I(1t' ork] for A. W\. lc('unlle and iithr iii nlllbe,'rs of the syntll'late that is Irei''l ling for extensive mining )lopera'l:tion ill that country' , IhasI writtl en . ,,n M1 ulli n, lHenry AlberItson illd Jiohnll Itle.shaw of Butte a ipartnlershipt lIetter. Oren Is In P'tro derll I'asi, P'ri. 1ne111' which city the min"les of the, AImlIrhitil ;'yn hilllt' at'. Ilolusted. Int the tleltr, to tays: "1 have t.hn in this (tod-fiorsaken country three mnonths--loig enlIough to enable it- tlo form an (opinionlll of it. "Cerro de PTa41'o has a populattion of about 13,000 Iersons. It is a mi lxitd poplu lation, thle majriity Ilt l ,K n1t11 ies who are e:lld ('hitalo ItIii| n. 'nliaThe blusinessl men are Litllans. Austlilanv, Spllan.rds. and about live E;ngllshlen- not o)1n. Americaun beforel' we bilew lilt,) th( ilarel'i. We arLe now' 18 stronlllg-|-1: ntl's 8iln| threel WOmIen. "The altitude of thil plane in 14,2K., feel above the level oIf the siea. The'. 'lhtiiti,, is not unhealthly, butit a fillow gets at little short of wind inow alot theIn. A 'white ml:.n (r'1u not ,t- "e hfllr(l| forl fllrom 30 to 48 (rents per1 ' day aii',ln, theI Iatte figure beinlg thei limit fltr minerslll. ; ailnd they alrel go, t workers, 1t)0. It Is Awful Filthy. " i'rr'r iil, l',i.-io is ith. tfillt hii' t | , on the fi'r of the ei arth. Its s8trats i 111k w 1111 sliteii flroa I)lcl I here arisesII fit,'k w ithi ttll' lit' t )i \\i i l h11'.) 1 I i' :rl.t ,.i at ;iall hours of the dl ay a u:Il, tllg t n111 od1,1' that Woulel JtL' 1the l n'l'V(.+ 1 It iausagit maki*r. (l' 1t.' I1as oni on dnkys tand uS. Th,"re arI' " about 11,r0e If the r l niatls Greatest on Earth. "I', rru de Pa'"em, Is rihe greatcst 1Ini11 ng camptl in the worilh,. rutisides havell the airy of 0llli nril. T,'I w , Vml.l' is that this. There is :l ir l io y 1,0l0 f(ll fi t ,'id1 and more 1h:n two mil's lung right In thrte r'ii y. IThe , rs til ) feet of cr Il cal'it's '' goti t111 sllttrl. but below the < 100 thlie t'rh is copperll'-- it iarrties flrom "0 to 60 npel l tentt ' ,licil' will, 1 '1 ominer of tllver to It'll. ' eentage of the red l meo tal. I1n 1 dlitlln to lthl ,. (o111.1'e and 1 sll1'r it carTries a gloat d'eal of hislnuilth. terminus of the l l ralroad .ll thlin st lri't111 by taill tor h, l s. a l .'lIport tlln sellen toiles f"or l.irna, wher)lr t e It is iiii i'll 4oln O hips andt talken lto Srlunntla Wall's fl' "The mines hl r. ha"t- behn worked for 22i0 yels, btilt itll Witllatian ing this fart the deepsit shaft In the lllmp lt s only 240 felt, which is the water le'vel. The way In which the mines Iare worked would make an Atmeri'an laugh,. A c.'lam. is limited to 275x550 feet .nd is usually workeld like a stone ltquar.ry. A large ('1oen cut is flrst mad, an ld then a shaft mW*V'*`YWW WWWWWW W0Wwr1 Mi'W ...eITY WATER... Pipes Are Now Laid Over the Entire McQUEEN ADDITION Lots are still selling at the same price, $175. New Terms $25 cash, balance $10 month. Best op portunity to make money in Butte. These lots will surely raise when Ferrall Copper Co. start producing. THB THOMPSON e.. Fire nlosurance, 15 W. Broadway. Loans, Rentals ~~4MA·AAAAMA"AM M I AMAMMAMAAM M, Go My Dental Patrons I have returned from some weeks' visit through the state, and have resumed active charge of my practice. BItIDGE WVORK, FUL PLATES. And separate teeth to match the natural, at low est prices for good work. Take no chances. Years of successful work In Butte is my guarantee and your surety as to quality of work and reasonableness of price. Dr. E. E. German I14t N. M, ain Street uftte, Montana * Is sunk on an Incllne of about 45 de grei. In the foot or bottom of the In cllit' Mitffp alre cut No the miners can wallk up lndl dlown. They carry the ore our in Ilatlhr 1 tc'k. There iN no waste to handllylv- the whole country IN It huge Country Is Full of Mineral. "T)I(' fountrlty for miles aroundl In full of Il;II''ir. Nine J miles from here an 1,nglii.h mianlliy Is working soref goIld mine'. ."J'lh i, ' nlllJllly I iin wllh In kn!lwn as Ih. 'errll f Iliifff ('o pp'lir 'l r ol y. It Iuns i f14 (('l hi ll h111ndri( ft ('lItllli. It his jlust Illlillshed a wl gon V ifn I tl I ()roiyn andl I., sinkilng tlihree shaifts on Its mining 14011 11til. It s114 1lf Illmlking loth r imn I ri'(aV eilltf. It has senlIt to the U'nIte]1 11iat'.s ri si('ven Iffililning iand1 i lvl en gi.. l ri ,l (lla instrumll lh 1,t illl n1114 aln asln Ilhay driV, ii 'ull'T for Ia Irailiroa betwein this blrg 11111 (Iaroyn will h, surveyed. Th r11 11i is to be 1 ull is lip . flly as11 po ,.ibl,. W1'hln the Ir ld 11 (Ils ompllte w' xl if'l , tI yll IL boom thait wiltl trike aill hl ii' lini o lii ns li ln\l l llfan'c,, T'rhisf Is Itl li t, l ip0 len ii : thIe (11ope Is here. "In I mII ont1 h rl " so I (,Xlii 1t to go oll ii iprl os ctig ripll ifl Kf et h ld 11( f m? eIi lnf I Ir(e rty. at1 1 dil n(it i nlle her' wIth the fX '!,Itiptioln IIof worklng rfor wages veIry l lngl. T I Is1 notff vI ery pl IaffllIt il ,e in Mithlh to Ilv., but I gui..i I ,tin sltnlld II u il 1 pl ik i ll th larg r ind of lthat ii illhio d llir., for whlh I have lung (fiot are hIa1 ff i Iff found (iin the11 fhimt known aiis the Iron Ifd at lirlndon, l Iys ie i l irginili 'ity Madisoninlnl . Thlis fylin haV rnin worked at dltitflrent thnlli by Ifsi.'sl- 1114 we ll as by t1 iiiwnr, I 1 . Ituhlh of linite. It so.,ni thai hI rltlffrf all work has 11(1)n dlne too Ih i lown nif (I f ltf at t11f Iriila is 1( tf h hill from Ih(. olh wor'kings, The rate d.li,'s ar'i lllarI'g ;m l the vallif good. Mr. thly llay y that if thit I' holit l lt they (till put up ni mii ll. WATER IN THE SINBAD tAgyer ( <I*n brger. iiho Sli l ih t i rh si Ir I' 'ltlti. Iiig the Si i'11 11 hl i t th ' 1111t eas1t of ,le;: 'l'r\ 'ille, in hal ingt tI'roul le, wlith th, lati,1 I i the shift ntuitii1h I , H111 11n. . i t ling i. st lion at Itlll 1 ' lit ttatier .iehort is ah ut li ,, 350 , g tlins every l filght nI111n1 t"1 . A Sewing-Machine Squirrel. [D id yl ''il \ ei , a, sii lllllll'l it '\i' ing mI 'lhine? If llt. Ill II Iu a", by .lslur nying to East 1i fl.y-nlinth 4ltreet Nett York, a hl'tirni ani enterprit ing set tiig itlll'ill ki'o tllyt has hit up n tht novell method of attrIt t ing aii i ulf tttin. to It' i stIrti. 'thit. exii resi whl IsIIo S the ' tuir-t ite rtatge It utiutched by ai I a hiir bund hto timll - wh l of t it nahiu w hic Is aboutia iurnalsh'i ath ti t fiti iutac it n l is i' arted ievery It i ne th i i l ni ii rrl ' t l into t h i %% heel aldl turns it, It is a pt'r'liulrt fact that h I hlhk vr f the 4u. .lrri"e starts lls w'hlll to spin 'li hll keleps his ckl. ll i, tl llnlward theI face the su' 'et uil, n he has lli ished hir ris cage and l ilim pe. ring out of the In his exr., ",r, hllt w t'll.s I l Ik it, flr he keeps it spinning alim st (-oil andtly. More.t'"lr, he looks slehk and IIH Itho ru t 11 h t hl l \worlllk terl' .just what i rale dl silultrlI ni wile 1 to ke,ip hin strong and heal llllIlthy. .As tli so\lwing i.hintie fuor whichjh llhe furnishes the mnolti.e p]owt- Is 1%%r(,ll olled and runs smoothly and easily, perihls the s uirrel's i ork sl'lt is Ila olioul. u11 it se. ls to , till, t ru.lal inlioker. BRANDON IS iUOOD SURFACE SHOWING THERE I CONSIDERED GREAT. TOLEDO SHAFT IS DEEPESi Metal in the Ore of the Property Coul4 Not Be Saved by the Machinery in Use-Other Claims Be ing Worked. AM to the mining outlook In Madill c'ounty, the Sheridan correspondent the Virginia l'lty Madisonian ays thue Briandon, a mining camp of that section is destined to bet ome oine of the best Montlnna cnmps outside of Butte. "In lirandon," laysl lie, "oine seesl the largest veins, the finest surfaue sholwings and more of thell than iI anIly other sRe tion of twice the. size. The 'Toledo group oIf minesl l, ithe ullc'ke'ye group, the Lone Tree, the litulion wndii many olthers of less Illlporl'tlancee have inrge' alnd well defilned Iltleds, from which have., been taken many shipments of high glIrade lead ol'res. Al most all Work has been done. Onil Ir lnear the surface, hiowet'ver, andllli Illn I' depth h.as hb(en rieachetd (ii aliiy of the I'pro1perties (except'i thll 'ToledoIi. 'The sh ft ill this c'll is down 300 feilt andll the frnoell tratol)r wi built (to trI( t the or11e1 from ll that properll'ly. 1 The machinery w1as not rllued to th orem land ai poor saving was from the IIad conetratsll('l alllnd the pro dluct 'was nt n good o1e. Iin short, p. ioor marcl hinery iand had mnlllIagelnllnt obliged th(e oletr':torl to lshut dlown. Replort says thlat there ws lland I plenty I f o're li tilhe lille and with nmodern nllmachin . ry 1 ,lch;an separtonlll' n an lllbe malde of hr zin' anllnd lead and ai hi-p)l'todlltt made of the former metal, thus makinLg pny 1ouit o1f wvhat hails herfftofore bo,4e1f n loss. TI'ihen again. If a1 good moler plant we i.stllh Ill lt ;trandonll, much 'lcustom ore couId' he trwtTar.! frmn the manI y hlanlnlm allba t the pine. There i sll plnty of It weter ror power :lld the tI me Is not fnlt chane lin tWalk(' n ig thing in Itran don. will itke hold of snow of the prop erties, and inke hohl right." Doings at Other Mines. (if' oti r lpro tllplrti ' I the ays: "(Olet n i Cfo. h v;i\' plurllchased a i tfve-stamlp milt fron l Il ik & ' I'll. iat Si iver tainl. The mill Itill e I. t uip on the Silt. th 1rll k mint, fIn M ill , Th k, which Is hv hi under ll ' ':: t ald nd bIll y theI II . "'Aike ' IlIu li"of llllr l gi tlih lasi Ink town INst . : Ituriday. .l1r. Iturns says that gulch. . The ore is very blse Ill1 c ur'ies good vtlNes In golBo d Solt ilver "H wlllmt Mhl boiugtall was in town last Sunday. iijl. has two nll.n i working llii the. lctopust Iine In lilvn l' gilch. 'l'y Ill'are working o ilre.' " tllnry I'nke y and /h' lres -ullet day. They lre taking olt ore and say thalt illh intn1 ' Is li kingi' well. MIr. Ptujkusy Il't h rt h orl, ie hIh'tn mine. "I. I ing lof t yh '*Iu. -t gtlch Inmhlliy Was t aturtall nmt utu lerdty. lhe rt Iarts' the wllihor ld I tcl h looking well a'tnd isays t they are still sinking nld follohiuig at fine budy of or,. "('o. i'. lie'ley I' .lii t ik la bllt n in town f thell tli t week or I' kaysy. M Ihiry I well k inown aIlitll hell'Le i well a1s In litatll. where he is klnown .s :t first-t'liss m ill IItl. "lleorge HIothw,'ll is still al work oil ih e Agitator in itarilshorn H li I tak. Ing out soll ver'y good Ill'e and will soon Iiike his second shii . eh t. "°P lurtviit f'et of lre ht's beell n st lk hi the tains in the Noble mine. Thli! .i good nii ;oll will ;110t tinl oubtl dl)l h1e workeil on an l ge ii ale, TInhl mntini has been tli t h ubjelI of much talk lately, "A. C. (reen hua , fl llt .i.uowig of ori)l In hIs hiihn in the fllnrgin Guluhh nus, t if. Ile has born wurkilg th.'at for solnms p ly" proln' rtles. ur ( llt'informaint ,..l, thit all back dllbts will prompi ly be Gates Needs Broad Shoulders. (New York 'T'ints.) the waiter hurried toward hii eattgetliy. N. cl. stork," hi abeg l. "It wolt lp all day..jlust uis you said it would." The broker tidgeted nerI''t (ly. "I ant sorry to say that the stoik went butt the mno lnit yo11' a1('1l: t t11 s opened Just enough to wipe you out." "l1)O yIIof aitutaally mean that I have "E\''try cent-allndo you can lay it to John (altes." Just at that moment the steel and wire man entered the t'rft' turd drifted to », table where he issued the usual signal. The waiter heaved it sigh. "No wonder he a.'at dink champngne." he miutter'ed, darkly. To... Investors The property known as the Jenny Del and October claims has been secured b* a company formed for developing the same. These claims lie directly west an4 join the Eveline claim, which has pro: duced $500,000 at a depth of 300 feet.. As the ore bodies of the Evellne pitch dl* rectly into the Jenny Dell, the company expects, vith the expenditure of a coin. paratively small amount of money, to open up a paying mine.. The company is incorporated with 200,000 shares at a par value of $1 per share, and has placed on the market 50,000 shares to be sold for exploration purposes at $1 ier share. This proposition merits the fullest In vestlgation. For particulars, etc., in quire at the office of the company, No. '1 East Broadway, Butte, Montana., CLV43 BVOTES. The Homer Club. On last Monday the Homer club held its final meeting at the home of MIss Goodule, where a most delightful after noon was spent. As usual "Current Events" were dis cussed during the first half hour, after which Mrs. Leonard read the first paper of the day, "Modern Italian Govern ment," written by Miss Nellie Fox of Deer Lodge. This excellent paper was most thor oughly enjoyed by the club, as it was, in a measure, it resume of what the club has studied during the year, giving a history of the reigns of Victor Emman uel I, of Charles Albert, the regent, of Victor Emmanuel II and speaking of Cavour an a man of superior talents, larg-+ hopes and large plans, and of the part rlarlbaldi took in Italy's struggle for liberty, of the final fall of Rome, which made Italy free and united. King Hum bert was spoken of as the most demo eratic king of all Europe. The present (yste'm of taxation, the power of the Car Iponurr, the 'Mafia, the judicial department And the politics of Italy were all ably reviewed. The policy of Victor Emmanuel III, of whom great things are expected, seems to be Internal, not foreign, and he has cprcmilsed to remedy some of the evils of the, hour. lBut Italy's salvation lies In her peo ple, not in her sovereign, as It Is the penle who have the power. Mrs. Kunkle read a most Interesting Ipaper on "Pottery," written by Miss Jes sie ltlhc(kstone of Anaconda, which said in pirt: "'rhe knowledge of pottery is as Inh'erent In the human race as is the knowledge that It Is good to eat when inec Is hungry. Of great use it has ever Iibn. hilts of baked clay have preserved for us Ihi. history of Itahylon and much of (urlll knowledge otf Egypt comes fromt thel renemllns of their pottery." After !ri(uing the art of "pottery" from the carliest time to the present lday the paper closed with this thought: Coins rust with time; statues of marble or b)ronlze crumble or are corroded, inscriptions are obliterated: stone walls fall to the e!nrth and the Pyrulnitld thelmiselv,'s are slowly disappearhing: every lointiment that mankind has thought most lastinmA yields to tinie except the w;ire of the potter." At the concluison of the priugranl deli ('ious recfreshments were servd., over •ahich the ladies lingered longer thanti tusuli. I Is this w.ts the very last nmcetling until next Octdober. --d Ethical Culture Club. Only a short business s.sslitn \wasI held 'I'uesday night by the IEthical ('ultulre chlul. 'i'he' c(ili) rec.lved an invitation from 'Mrs. Kinney Mtctea to splend 'T'hursday evening at her home on We'st gialena street. the invitations being lIpromtlly aicceptedi'l. 'rhe plhycstlil cul lti. d, I partlnrenltnic et. with Mlss Cr'angle icx·t 'l'Tuesday night. "IEnvirciIonments anlld (onditions." wais thei suhbject of a short talk by Miss i'N.eill. An InterHatlng discussion fol lowed, in which all took an active part. Aect'crding to the reasoning as set forth Iby' Miss O'Neill It is not only.possible but a nil'ecess!ary duty for everyone to cu'Ulti vate ItIl growth of environment to thi ix cnt of being aible to change cnll Illits, it iheln atgued that the Inlcre otne frces one's' environmentt upon conditions the more rnadily cuonditions t'esltond. Intellectual development allone aide ;'t aitly in creatling Iniw envi'ronment, but when unlitel to that of the soul the pOw,.r heoomens tllhOVi(, ent. Miss O'Neill also gave examplllles Iprov ing that the law of ucttratc'iln enters into lllenvirlllent its It sub)tle power ever sur rutlnling one, andi that ine )tportrays one's icl(ci'r self iby the Impress Imade uplon con itiltIons In the dully life, that to cultivate th*' nohler mbititons and finer sy'tmpi thii".s was to createt new\v environlment. oinseqtuenttly cihange and inodilfy ciiodi tions aItinig upon the other as the, sun 1pt the uni verse-- bringing warmth, light and beauty into all things. Thb Woman's Club. Th'i Womnan's club held an hItel'restin'g sesslion this week anid Mrs. (reen Majo'rs ably Iprlosiled, the first time l sidlle PIIh. wais ileeted 1ioniid vice president of the luIb. The discusslons oil (cLurrenIt (events was Iqito exciting when the sullject of Mary .M;iI't,:ane and her book canme up. O)1ne IIem(ber( said she understcood the hook wa. to be put in the puilli library of ulitte. and she thought the Woman's dlul ought to prevent the further stain ing of Butte's good na in": that it would be a fiul blot upon it to, llow that book to go Into the library whetre the young I.peol .tcol obtain It. She said she thought the hook should Ibe supprtrEsedc i and Mmiss MaoLane sliint to sonml plac'e where she c(iuld he treated for a diseased mind itid a slik soul. Every inlemier in. dlrsed her sentiments. Mrs. Holbrook toad a paper written by Mr's. ( ,Geoffrey tIauzier on "(ilinslloriough, iDucthesa of l)evonshire." Sihe desmcrihed his fiather aind mother andiii therir talents, and i then sploke of the early life of h(ains hriiiugh. Of his heaulltful frlendship for Jishua Kirby and his ibeing laid near him In the grave as he requested. She told of 'hl famonus medals firomn Steerne anid (larriick to the Duchess of Devonshire. llt fline character, his foiidness for mtusle, his generosity, his handsome physique, were all touched upon. She held hinr up to view In the most kindly light as one of the greatest of English EEl COMMISSION C OE OMPANY i (INooRPORATEo) Capital anr Surp:um;''G0,000,00. Gen'I OfftI BanL no. Commerce Bldg., Minncapo:.s, Minn. Stocks, Bonds, GRAIN AND PROVISION8 Bought and sold ;r cau'"h or on margins for futurte (tellvery. We ((nll and operate the momt retensive private wire system in the United States, We guarantee the execution of orders when llnllts are reached. Va!uable beak of statistlcts free on ap plication. REFPERNCIS: 56 Nat'l and State banks BUTTE OffICt, IIIRBOUR BLD' A. C. MARTIN, Local Manager, portrait painters. She $lid he always held that nothing but his best was good enough. She gave in detail the story of the loss of the famous Duchess of Dev onshire portrait and of its recovery after so many years Just last year. There was an animated discussion on this paper and incidents of Gainsbor ough's life and work were narrated. The last thing on the program was a paper by Mrs. T. A. Grigg on "Romney's Favor. ites-Lady Hamilton." Monday 2Night Club. April 28th, the Monday Night club held a very interesting meeting with Miss Rtichards on West Granite. The evening was devoted to France. Its history, lit erature and art from 1825 to 1837. Miss Coffin opened the program in her usual pleasing manner with a very in teresting talk on "French History." This led to an animated discussion by the club. Miss Una Madden followed with a talk on "French Literature." Miss Madden gave most of her atten. tlon to George Sands and Victor Hugo, the principal writers of this period. After a brief discussion Miss Laird read a very interesting paper on "French Art." The club then devoted a short period to Current Events, and will meet May Gth with Miss CoInn, on West Broadway. West Side Shakespeare Club. With Mrs. P. A. Mulllns at her home on West Broadway the West Side Shakespease club met Tuesday evening, there being a good attendance. The usual answer to roll-call by means of quotations from the lesson was made by members. The club read Act II of the "Taming of the Shrew." and this was followed by a lengthy but interesting discussion of the principal characters. A long but very Interesting paper was read by Mrs. C. N. (losman on Katherina and Blanca, con trasting them. it was an exceptionally well-written paper. When it came to current events every one had one. The death of Sol Smith Russell, the Illness of Queen Wilhelmilna, the arrest of Captain Wynne, and the defence of General Smith were all dis cussed; but when It came to Miss Mary Maclean and her book-Miss Mary's ears must have tingled that night. The club will meet next Tuesday even ing with Miss Crossman on Diamond street. Echoes From the Lubs. The Social and Domestic Science de Ipartment of the W'oman's club will meet In Elk's hall parlors next ,Monday after noon at 2:30. Itefreshments will be served. The Art department had a most enjoy aile meeting yesterday afternoon at the homne of Miss Lucy Kemper, on West Ilroad way. There was K conflict regardlng dates at tile Wmanlur's clubl). It was the regular lleetng day of the Literature depart mont, also of the executive hoard. Act Ing Presld lnt Majors ruled that the .xecutive iUoard had the right of way. Therefore the board will meet, but the department will not until Mrs. Cheely returns. --+-- Delightful Informal Whist Party. One of the most delightful affairs of the week was the progressive whist party given Wednesday evening by Mr. and Mrs. T. A. (;rigg at their home on Wes.t Blroa'dwiiay. The decorations in the r'oolms and the table wer'e great Amer ican leauty roses and foliage. 'rhe first prize for gentlemen was won by Hugh ('rawford Laughlin, a hand some mounted silver blotting affair. His wife, Mrs. Laughlin. won the first prize for ladles, an exquisite m!nlature framed In a massive gold miniature frame. The second prize for both ladles and gentle men %was a fine sial In Iilarble and gold. Mr. and Mrs. James Ii. Lynch won these and the others declared It was a plant of some kind, two married couples to walk away with the two prizes each. The hostess had the usual candies during the game and the supper served In the dining room was a marvel of gastronomll joy, from the hot Mary landt biscuits to the strawberries and whplped ceamn; In faot there were so ma'ny tempting things that It was nearly 2 o'clock when the guests left the dining rolm an ;,1 lied themselves homeward. 'T'hose lpresent were: Mr. and Mrs. James H. Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Ituckl'es, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Shively, Mr and Mrs. Arthur H. Whitcher, Dr. rain Mrs. (itrlg, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh C. L.aughiln, Miss Kitty O'Donnell, Miss Mate Miller, (ieorge ('lark, Ed Crosier. --4--t- Heinze Dinner For Eight. Mr. F. A. Heinze gave a beautiful dinner on last Sunday, covers being laid Our third shipment of Men's fancy spring rhirtr,hcas ar rived. All newr stylees and best ma.(e.sr 150 different colorinrgs. $1.00 to 1 '1. 75 Each kMMMMMX-MAMtiMrV aAAMAA&W MA A AWAhAAW STArE SAVINGS BANK I John A. Cresl:tton ........Presdent 4 G. W. Stapleton..... Vice President I T. M, Hodgenl...............Cashier SJ. O. Hodgens.... Assistant Cashier SR. B. Nuckols...Asslstant Cashier t Under tcae supervision end Jurls. Jlctlon. Intorest paid on deposits. Sells exchange available in all the principal cities of the United States and Europe. ColleQtions promptly attended to. - Transact general banking bus!neess. y Directos--J. A. Cre;ghton, Omar bl hat 0. W. Stapleton, A. IL Barret, J 12. D. Levitt, S. V. K.emper, T. M.: y Hodgens, J. O. Hodgens. SCorner Main and Path Sts., Butte. DALY "BANK AND TRUST COMPANY 0' BUTTE SEstablished 16882 Iecorporated 1901 Capital...... $100,000.00 General Bankling Business 1 JOHN D. RYAN..........President U JOHN R. TOOL::....Vice Presldent . C. BWINORNE....C...Cashier 5 R. A. KUNKEL.....Asset Cashier S U U %U U U U U ~ U% U IFIRST NATIONAL BANK BUTTE, MONTANA Capital Stock.. $200,000.00 O i Andrew J. Davis, President. James A. Talbot, Vice President E. B. Weirlck, Cashi . SOGeorge Stevenson, Ass't Caahiear K Buys and sells Foreign Exchsnge and Issues Travelers' Letters of y Credit, available in all parts of the lk i world. Butte. Mont. S Capital...... $oo,ooo.oo 0 i1 Under state supervision. Five i , per cent Interest, payable quarter ly, paid on deposits. Money to Loan on Real Estate. F. AUG. HEINZE, President. CHAS. R. LEONARD, Vice-Pras't. , K A. B. CLEMENTS, Cashier. W. A. Clark. J. Ross Clark . A W. A. CLARK & BRO. BANKERS Transact General Banking Business Buy gold dust, gold bars, silver $ bullion and local securities. y Boxes for r;:t in safe deposit , vault. SSell exchange available In all of $ i the principal cities of the United~ $States and Europe. il Special attention given to collect Stions. ". ALEX J. JOHNSTON, Cashier. for eight. Cut flowers trimmed thy table effectively and a choice menu was served. At the table was Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Wilson, Miss Mabel Cotter, Miss Cullen, Miss Young, Mr. Harry Cotter, Mr. George Clark and Mr. Helnze. Wednesday evening Mr. L. O. Evans gave a dinner at his bachelor quarters in the Newbro house to a few friends. Ferns and cut flowers trimmed the table. The guests were: Mrs. Epping, Miss Bickford, Miss Jean Sullivan, Captain Stivers and the host.