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ZETTEBS OF AGUINALDO 8HOW HIS EARLY TREACHERY. MAKES SOME GOOD PROMISES Filipinos Contemplated an Attack on Manila Early in the Game, in Fact, They Were Playing a Double Game. (fly Assoilated Press.) 'Was.hington, May 6.-The war drpnart ment has maleuI public the telegraphic corresplondeon, thiat took pIlace Itw, ll Aguhialdo and his insurgent gene';nis oni February 13, I~91U, to support the ;adn:ts istration's contention that Aguinaldo at that date contempnlated an attack on the United States troops at Manila. COPneral Morill anl c('loniiil CalIls. telegraphed to Agulnaldo sa:ying: "W\ desire to know the result of the ultima tum whlich you nl(nltionl' i in yo(t:r ti i . gram and w. " ilso tli'e,:rii to know what reward our gover.nment is preiarihg for the forces who will first .e a tutu, ,o In ter Manilan.i" In Aguinuldo's hauid\\riting tilt reply is: "As to cont llts o(f ytur teI.egr III. Those who prove thein.seilves Ihl'.es .a 11 have as rewarlts lanrge HiIins.i of Ininney, landls, extraordinary piro)lmotions, lcro of Bi3 ch-No intto, MI.1rqul. of M1al:att I;i - a.lto and Court o(f Ma1nila, eti., 'isidtes, the congratuln -tins of our ildlizling country on account of theilr patrllotilti and more if Ihey capiture tilhe regln ts with their generals, andi if ifp lssilie th. chief of them all, w.,ho irepresensts Ilour enemies in Manila, whic:h I hope faiIls to you or better said, to General M.1riil and Colonel Calllis. "The ultimatum has not h,,iii syntl, but will be within a few days." SUDDEN DEATH OF YOUNG WOMAN IN A METHODIST CHURCH Na'w Y,'ork, 1lny C.--'0n.h.ar; lhIi b ys tory lsurr)ounds the t hll n tl i alll l , at rreenpllolnt, L. I., of %li.ss Marian N. Ma:lnil, at thel hoile of hiI f;ithlr, thel t,.v..Jiohn M iasoni, pastor of it (irilh;rri J'rim lthl ," 1l hodlist rlll', l In C)li klanlll l sti.rtl . +A co, ron r'sl " llh, slcli lan w hoe perfor, dil all autopsy has s.ag t.n.-] a ierllleal, .stat ing thait deatli was Iausl by an lrtll .ltl poison. "1"nsI " agentl , possi)bly <'al l 'bll ' ne.+ihl, takeni either by mista:lkeo or lntot:onally, but this opinion is .not hc:lopted by thli girl's r.iatives. Miss Magson was 22 years of ago and the organist of her father's hurh. i. Si, alqo tauight a ila.s of childrin in the SunilIdy-sclhool. During tilte eini.ig she p!ayld anir i r .ul , I nlld shortly' after va.a found h iead ARGENTA MINER IS FINDING LOTS OF THE YELLOW METAL (t pr-lal t' Ilnter .. ,clnt:lin.) Dillon. .I 'y R.-Wu\ rd hi' I.... , .t , iv,,l from Arg.iIn:a thalt ITony ;iL hart is s ill findl ngol re', of ,i I,lhinrmaTit! U:tllu in ·1 ahI, Danie l It and tha;it h haIs X i,.Cl.llt pros p.cts oif ni'iuntl,'ring the viln from which the r. I.h ilii foun. il.l a f,' ' we ts ago waIs thr.'.,in. Siatuit (lly h** tok (liut th, c' i it - bXts full of ovr" aill it as liti ,.'y alive with g.il iani tilitiliunm. At a conser'viatle eilstinieitit Is i anlI that the ore waits vorth t1iii and wiouhl l sil i iuily that amounti li in l ' gol l. The formation of thu i, in, whirl., thl ore Is being extralitll, Is a pi uliir lone atnl all of thr oi' 1: I lmix,] with lli,.:t. IT[ ACTINIC RAYS ELECTRICAL APPAr.ATUS IS IN STALLED IN HOSPITAL. SAID TO CURE TUBERCULOSIS Private Demonstration Giver.. but Too Early to Give Rosults--Success fully Used for Some Months In Europer.n Countries. (By Associated Prees.) New York, May 0.-In one o,f the apart ments of the Flower Hospital there has just been installed an expensive elec trical apparatus which resembles a powerful searchlight of a man of war. It is known as an actinolite and Is said to be the first complete Instrument of the kind permanently set up In an Amerlcan hospital. Its operation, it is hoped, is to make a practical and thorough test of the theory now widely accepted by scientists that powerfully concentrated chemical or actinic rays of violet colored light pos sesses distinctly curative properties In cases of cancer, tuberculosis and other diseases having their supposed origin in bacteriological germs or parasites. B. M. Khunhart, one of the trustees of the hospital, is the donor of the ap paratus and has paid the entire cost of its Installation. To test the newly installed apparatus a private demonstration was made in Ihe hospital. The first subject selected lr a test was a boy suffering from what appeared to be a hopeless case of tuber ci losls of the hip. fluting the exposure to the chemical rt ya of light, the patient reclined upon a sort of a divan not unlike an operat Sig table and the diseased ttssuea were , posed to the rays directly focused upon I em and concentrated by means of a .verful lense. t is, of course, too early to predict ults in the case. n Vienna, Paris, Copenhagen and iaer cities of Europe treatment by cans of the actinlo rays have been arried on for some months with results which Its advocates beleve are highly eaoouraglng. Y /I PHRENOLOGIST WATTERSON "THIS BALD SPOT INDICATES THAT YOU MAY BE OUR NEXT PRESIDENT."-DetruIt Journal. WIIHOUT JUSIICE CHINESE ARE BEING INDISCRIM INATELY ROBBED. JOHN GOODNOW IS CONDEMNED Taxes Collected Without Justice and Stimulates the Anti-Foreign Feeling--To Pay the Indemnity. LT.oido, l, .ay I 1 --.A di:palt'h front |shanghali ., y ": .1 \liv .'-' , ,", IVt we f 111m4 all quart.' shlo w that 1.1'1atorn Is btillng IvIle-d I1t the ('h1Il-.u \. ithtuI Jutlthe or rde Il ai I t fina lln i tlte . Ih , l .l', tl 's. result wI.ll be to -tinu. lt itti -If',r"ý a i imu ltig, , th * the prt". .l fns tu", Ii 'ta dllo l is tlh at it I it.. l 1t'. lIt I . t,) ]ipay thl for,l' .. i4 (]ullllt lty. T'' .' munm if.. al c, ii . ilts lad thIi ' t leading r;. 11, I I, of Sih.et h.ai, co,, tinI B.u the ti'(u t i'rr .; l u ln,' til ti S hni.ll ;I 1 hl thig toV ,t l.. i lit l tll ,.'u \ Iat , I' ,a.' ,,Ii1 ii t. l-'. r ;l l at ,Sha; llhnl, John (*rl , ti'l.\\'i , \\who is dl aI ll of the cltsti la t I, th li1 re in Ftlip. 1t-inig a nl a glt ;it ,-i- f itl, Ili, s,,I Ico' Lu il the' txe ltti-- Iof a, ,Ia ,'ltII for ti ll . Et111,, of ISht aL i who t vi 1rt Ii.' i l itanl. ts in a -1 still th ll MEMBERS OF NEW DILLON COUN.IL TAKE THEIR SEATS (Sp,,' la; to Int, r t lnu nt Iriy .) SMillonv, May .I. T fist i.tlI(1 tis sof the tiw counwil of the DillYon I hill w tit .evn ul lr atlltl', SU l' tll itS Itif' e tU're , \ hlrnl I ld'till (44 k 11 1 . .it:. l. onar EaItn lv.ly Ish.t.d ,to anti thent i theI~n ctu , ontail .d th, .t'il ln (S'te tltrallt-i 11.1.+ w'r. V. Kilngst., by ls appyor: Jnu dcitary-lie, (rhctr and h, puty. FI nace-w Ye , May li .-A strke of. trrats and acit ys--Si.weuy, Itilt, te ui81 Foputy. t alth--El extent thantr ald olhst. Fitre and or1lcr--Deputy, 1)1st and Qolwaiy. Printing antod thulis--sUte or, Deputy and Rife. The library o.lloli, whnuih cenuls viti of the mayor and the chalr mat o the boarf the summters oft the icity sa(hools as ex-of ll ceno t on Apem ri , n the n as lowng persons, was then named: Henry F, Cope. rs. F. C.ervative estimates andlac Mrs. J. the McKiount oy. F. J. homld son as p-ve by onted night compathman at ndes than haconlf med Sby the council. SThre mayor p.resentd an interesting ro yview only the ymotar's workl with some val rmadble uggest pos for tcce future, which was attentively llstened to and the sel tlnents contained therein were heartily r approved. Dr. W. V. Kingsbury was appointed city health officer. STRIKE OF MINERS f AFFECTS NEW YORK 13 (By Associated Press.) n New York, May 6.-A strike of anthra d cite miners will Involve Nuw.v Yolk to a it greater extent than must other cit:es, owing to the lit i-smoke ordinance. There probably will be numerous viola nl tlons of the ordinance .f the supply of n hard coal should become exhausted, Reports Indicate that retaliers, so far as they are able to do, took ado antage In of the summer cut In the wholesale price of 50 cents on April 1, to lay in as large stocks as they could. t Conservative estimates place the amount of coal now held in reserve by the big companies at less than half a Smillion tons. It Is evident therefore, .that, having even so small a stock as n half a million tons, the companies have foreseen danger. l Only the most careful management has made It possible to accumulate stock. MRS. PARRY TAL I SAYS HAVANA PEOPLE HAVEj WRONG IMPRESSION. DARE NOT RAISE THE MAINE; Claimrd There That Ex-losion Was From Inside, and That If Vessel Is Raised Proof of It Will Be Found. (fly Associatted Press.) lindianalpoulls, Ind.. May 6.-Mrs. D. M. P':arry, wife of Presiident Parry of the N;ational ManufacturLers' assaoc aton, who recently returned from Cuba, in a lpalr rili here before a, locat soelety yest.lrday stated that the inilnl)eshiln prva;ills at Havana that the I'ilttd Stat, 's gorvtlment w.ll nIt allow the w'e kt of the, Maine to he I'risntl. for, feat th c'illlli of the Srianish that the ex plssl in vas from the inside, will Ibe vert Shei said: "The Spaniards alweiys c.ahimed that the nagazlllne of the veq sol exploded l romn some aeteldental cause and that the iron structure of the ve, scl woulhd Ie found 'to te twistd ilit \wtrl, mlused by the hnlsitle explodling fore--* "\W never permitted the ISpanllardi.to participate in this investIgation, thotngJ they hlgged to bhi allowed to Jilt1 '.nIlt, that the honor of their ;nation might be shon\\ii to I( b guiltle's of such :an atro cluIIs lr;lh , this privlli'ig was den;lehi. "It i. .sil the gi\vrninlitt hal: quiltg a ktni,hidt0e of theutr ats itand rattie thani hr dlhc'al in th" lintiiliatttlig post tion hef. ' th, world ofi' having lgu~t a \as;sr ithout v is,, t Main will be: perlintle 1 to remain at the ): turn of I [avaita h;i tl,'.'' DILLON DIVORCE CASE. Mrs. Rabichau Denies Husband's Al legations and Makes Some Herself. (Speclal to Inler M'oiuntai.) Dillon, May 6.--Sarah M. I.tab irhau to day tllcd an answer to the, div or'ce. suit brotught by her husband, F'rdinand Ha bhihau, and denh i the illhgaiotins of desertion set forth In his comrluulInt. '.I turn she conliplalns that he tdos.rted her in SeptemtIer, 1000, withoutL cause, and has sinc cointinuedi to live apart from her. She further alblg..s that slnc'e that time she has support 'd( herself' by hard work and that her huslalndll has not con tributed one cent towards her support. Sle asks that $30 be puIal as pendente ilte, that $50 be paid her as attorney fees and that plaintiff further ie c'o1pellue to pay her $15 monthly as allmony. She alleges that the pl'inttff iH s al able-bodled man and that ii Is capable of earning not less than $41 per moitir. LECTURES CUSTOMS INSPECTORS. They Receive a Much-Needed Talk ot How to Perform Their Duty. , (By Associated Press.) New York, May .--Collector of Cus' toirs Stranahan, in an address to thsll tire force tof customs Inspectors who as semlled at the barge office to meet l~m, has told the inspectors that Trans-At lantic voyagers must, in future, be treated wibth inore consideration. Difficulties in passing baggage whOjh have exasperated persons on incoming, vessels are, he said, to be done away with and new regulations soon will be promulgated which will minimize all 'of the evils which have aroused complaint. The collector reminded the men, w oq met' steamships and searched iraggagb on the station, that they were servant=u of the people and directed them to per form their duties In such manner as will meet public approval . . if PASS[S AWAY ARCHBISHOP CORRIGAN BUD DENLY BREATHES HIS LAST. GREAT SURPRISE TO DOCTORS Up to Within a Short Time of His Death the Prelate Appeared to Be Improving-Without a Sign of Suffering. (Ity Assoclated Press.) New York, May 6.-Archbishop lic.hael Augusltin (Corrigan died at 11:05 o'clock last night, aged 62 years. The death of( the arch bishop etrnm as a great sulrtrie anrd shock to those In the :tl hiilpisuplal ir'.'s h*lIue. It was more so to tlhi' .'ii''Iral lubli('. for the last tult,.lln of' t,0I day was ilhat so certaln wt lo the ihysh line of an improvement of the Ipthnt that there would be no, oiio,rill bulltls during the night. 'p to 10::0 h thite was o\\ evidtence of collapse, In fa.t tite archhltbltlop at 10:40 talk tl with his secretary. About II o'clock, however, the train etd not r.irs who had lbeen in charge at the' bltdsle notleed a change. Acting on instruction ts the physicianls were' telephonetl d f'or. At the same: time the a'It il.tihop's two I'broithesI. Were stuit Lront'i to thP rlool, rs well as a lunll blw of pretests. It tiws qlulickly seen by the phy.sitlans hat thic' ind \was lit hand, and In less thanill a tiuartel'r or an hour the prelate itas tdea I. Ills last momennts \'were peaI' tiUl iald without evilence of suffering. Many Priests Present. Bl'.il.ls the two brothe,i'rs of the Iarth blsihot theri' were preit't',tt hi lht rl'oomn a ldozen prlests, amonog Ihmnt Fatiher la \vel', reet,'l of the ctlhedit'al: a Mexl .an bishop, itev, fir, ta'rr'enl, Italian secr;itaiy to the ar'it'lllhop' , nlid Father tCurlr y, h; Is,:nhlish sere.t:try. At ablout it t qilil'ir t o 11 o',''ock the nu'rss .cithed tlihat the arci'.lhshop \was bra:ttihng with inmle dlllfiulty than usutal. 'Trhey tr'ihd to aid hint by restorIa tiv,'s, but he did not respond to these. Ills bt'e'tilting heeame still more diffl cult, and it w\ias evident he was In great pain,. A hetitsthllllllnt was administered, bitt this failled to relieve the patient and the iursl'es notliied Father Curley. that the prel'litel 's conditlon was evidently serolous and Dr. Keyes should be sum moned. I:;nder 'Father Curley's direction the servanls called all the priests and the rlatilve' of the uarchbishop to' the TherI were also present the trained nurses; two sisters of St. Vincent's hos pital, who have been in iattendance In the sick room, and three female servants f1' the household. Breathes His Last. All reached the room just in timne to roe 'the prelate breathe his last. Every nit' slood silently 'by the bedslde watch Itg the ,end and at the very last all knelt o sty thie finil prayers as they saw that lthe end had come. Tht( crulcillix had 'been placed in the hanlldls of the ar'ehlbishop as he lay ir tathing with difficulty, and ihe died clasping it. His rosary hung from his wrist; over his head was a statue of the Savior, and on one side a picture of the Madonna,. UDrz. Keyes, who was unable to reach the house until 10 mlinutes before mid night, said that death had doubtless been caused by degeneration of the heart and weakness resulting 'ro'm the arch bishop's illness. LONDON.-A dispatch from Constan tinople to the Daily News says the Turk Ish government apprehensive of Italy'sl intentions toward Tripoli has decided to send 100,000 Mauser rifles and to organzate Ssatrong army there. ., II[LP OR BOERS REPEUIESTATIVES OF NATIONAL Ga MAN ALLIJANCE. CALL ON HOUSE COMMITTEE Attempt to Connect the South African Question With Domestic Politics Is Frowned Down by Rep° resentative Adams. (By Associated Press.) Washington, May 0.-A large delega tion appeared before a sub-committee of the house committee on foreign af fairs in the interest of the Boers, Dr. Hexamer of the National German Al llance, speaking first. He described the heroic struggle of the Boers and urged the adoption of a res olution asking the president to com municate to Great Britain an expression of sympathy with the Boers and ex pressing a hope that the unfortunate diffliculties may be settled. He said that England at this time would not take umbrage, being en feebled with war. He said he advocated the resolutions as a republican and if they were pigeon holed, it would mean the loss of 1,000, 000 of votes from the German Alliance. Other members of the delegation also urg(.d favorable action of the resolution. Relprese.ntative Adams of the sub-com mittee, closing the argument, took excep tion to the mention of politics. He said no such a question was in volved. -He said It was not a matter of domestic politics, hut international law. T(l'IEKA, Kas.-Nearly every part of Kansas was visited by the heavy rain that fell yesterday and great benefit tc 'cros and grass has resulted. It rained last night for several hours. The spring drouth is effectually broken. Notice to Builders. For the protection of the public and to avoid trou')le on account of inferior elec tric light wiring, this company will re serve the right to refuse to connect any lights where an inspection certificate is not presented with application. The comnlany should be notified when wiring Is commnienced and wtlL furnish the services of their inspector free of charge. BUTTE ET.ECTRIC AND POWER COMPANY. SOUTHERN HOTEL BILL OF FARE 'OU'P-Oyster. BOIL--Wienerwurst and hot slaw. ROAST-Sirloin beef, brown gravy; loin of pork with apple -auce; young turkey stuffed with cram bery sauce. ENT'ItEES-Braised beef with mushoons, lamb curry with stewed peas, calves brains and scrambled eggs, chicken giblets saute on toast, lobster salad. Bananana, fruits, wine sauce. VEG ETABLES-Steamed uotatoes, mashed po:t to(,s, stulcotalsh and Utah tomatoes. RIhtLI SH ES-t'how Chirw, pickled beets, illI piekles, horse radish, green onions. PASTItY AND DEi'SEllT--Oreen apple and Lemon marangue. corn starch pud ding, assorted cakes and vanilla ice cBreama. WANTADS. WANT AD. RATeS. Funeral and death notices, fraternal society notices, entertainment notices, eards of thanks, 10 cents a line each In sor tion. Help wanted, slttvatlons wanted, houses and rooms, real estate, etc., 16 words or less 15 cents; 16 to 20 words, 20 cent; 21 to 25 words, 25 cents, etc. No discount for additional Insertions. Personals, fortune telling, palmists, proprietary remedies, 2 cents a word each insertion. $2.00 per month per line. A.NPWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS addressed care the inter Mountain and left at this ofice, shoulJ. always be in clc:ed in sealed envelopes. 2No stamp Is required on such letters The Inter Mountain will not be re asonsible for errors in advertisements t:keon through the telephone. FOR RENT. Furnished Rcoms. FI'lNI IlD FRONT OFFICES; BUSI est center of Iuttle; largest, lightest business rooms; most reasonablo rent in citly. Maule block, above SymIons' Dry goods store. West Park. FOR RENT-*NICEILY FURNISHED front oflices, in the busIest center of Butte. The largest, lightest busi ness rooms at reasonable rent in the city. The Malule block, above Synmons' Dry Goods store, West Park street. FOr IRENT - ELEGANTLY FUR nished rooms, 10 up. Baltimore block, in the buslness center of Butte. 71 West Park street. FOR RENT-One furnished front room In modern, private house; gentlemen only. 115 South Montana. FOR ItENT-FURNISHED ROOMS, complete for housekeeping. 219 West Galena street. FOlt RENT - TWO FURNISHED rooms for houseke:' lng. 328 South Washington. FOR RENT-NICELY FURNISIED rooms, steam heat, electric light, free baths. Barnard block, 17 West Granite street, Butte. COLLECTIONS. BUTTE ADJUSTMENT COMPANY, collects bad bills. Try it. 115 N. Main. MID-WIFE. MRS. KARSTEDT, 675 SOUTH MAIN, ,midwife. CARPET CLEANING. WEST SIDE ELECTRIC CARPbET Cleaning Co., 180 W. Bdwy. Tel. 867A. FOR SALE. WINTERS WINTERS WINTERS WINTERS W. H. WINTIHR8 REAL ESTATE, Mortgage Loans and Insurance, 23-24 Owsley block. FOR SALE $37,500 will buy one of the best business blocks on the east side of Main street, between Park street and Broadway. This property is easily worth $50,000. Investigate today. $82,500 will buy one of the best business blocks on the south side of Park street, between Main and Wyoming streets. This property cost $40,000. 810,500 will buy one of the most select vacant lots on the north side of East Park street. $10,500 will buy one of the finest brick tenement houses In the city. This property cost $12,000 a little over a year ago. $9,500 wull buy itwo 12-room brick tene ments in best renting district. The owner refused $8,000 for this property less than one year ago. $4,000 will buy a swell 7-room modern brick residence on Washington street; easy payments it desired. This prop ertv Is worth $6,000. $900 will buy a mne vacant lot on Gold street. This lot Is worth $1,500. Will sell on terms to suit purchaser. $1,100 will buy chclce lot on Idaho street. This lot Is worth $1,600. $10,000 buys a well-rented business block on Arizona street. This property cost the owner $12,000 less than one year ago. Call and examine my list of real estate bargains. I have several hundred bar gains in improved and unimproved real estate. I have clients who desire to borrow the following sums of money upon Butte real estate security. None but strictly first-class security i(rered: $2,250 for a term of years; Interest 15 per cent. $2,500 for two years at 12 per cent. $2,500 for one year at 10 per cent. $3,000 for three years at 10 per cent. $4,000 for two years at 10 per cent, $4,700 for two years at 10 ver cent. $5,700 for three yearn at 10 per cent. $6,250 for two years at 10 per cent. $8,000 for one year at 9 per cent. $12,000 for three years at 8 per cent. $17,000 for three years at 7 per cent. $24,000 for three years at 7 per cent. $50,000 for five years at 7 per cent. $85,000 for five years at 6 per cent. I have several other applications for smaller amounts; good security and sat isfactory interest. Remember, I am not a member of the fire insurance trust, therefore caif save you money on your fire insurance. Get4 my rates before placing your fire insur ance policies. Standard companies only. W. H. WINTERS, Office 23-24 Owsley block, Ra$tte, Mont. 'Phone 717M WINTERS WINTERS . WINTEIRS WINTERS Lots. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE IN BIT ter Root Valley, hay grain, fruit and stock, town property, lots, blocks and acreage. Dickinson and Cannon, Stevensvlille, Mont. FOR SALE-DO YOU WANT A FINE I 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. FOR SALE-CHOICE WEST SIDE lot. See owner, Room 3, Columbia blk. Houses. FOR SALE-BRICK HOUSE, MODERN improvements, within two blocks oC postoffice. W. T. M. Address care Inter Mountain. FOR SALE-DOUBLE HOUSE OF SIX rooms each, 'nodern; a good paying in. vestment, close in and a bargain. Address L., this offioe FOR SALE-BOARDING AND LODGO ing house; close in; modern; 25 board ers; 17 rooms; price, $1.600; good lease. Address H., Inter Mountain. Furniture. FOR SALE-CHEAP-6-ROOM HOUSE and furniture; South Side, Oechsll, 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. BIUTTE EXCHANOE FURNITURE CO. 42 West Broadway, Butte., Mont. Horse and Carriage. FOR SALE-HORSE AND PHAETON; Spider phaeton and safe family horse. Mrs. Jessie C. Knox, box 1034. Mining Stock. FOR SALE--10,000 SHARES OF THI Butte Mine Exploration Co., whiobh Is working the PaCific Mine. at 20 cents per share. Address W. Button. LOST. LOST-FOX TERRIER DOG. WHITE collar, long tail, brown spots on head. If found return to 836 West Granite, for reward. MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED-TO TRADE-A IBUSINESS on Main street doing average cash $1,000 per month, for cattle or horses. See Geo. Robertson, real estate, 114 S. Main street, Butte. YORK CAFE, 54 EAST BROADWAY, finest meals In Butte; reasonable prices. IIome-made bread. Private rooms. Only the best. WANTED-At Inter Mountain, clean white rags. MONEY TO LOAN. MONEY TO LOAN-LARGE OR SMALL sums. Jaokman & Armitage Company' 37 North Main street. LOANS--MONEY TO LOAN AT 8 PR. cent; no delays. Hall Bros., 40 East BroadWay, Butte.