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ED BUSTY CITY ON TB SHBORT m IS3 AN IDA M DO N. A MILD BUILDIN0 BOOM IS ON Desert Retreats Before Homebuilders Offical Order to Clean Up Streets and Alleys-Pleasant Park at the Depot Grounds. It is to be hoped that not many Butte People will go to Pocatello. This is be cause if they do, they will stay there. Beside the dreariness of Butte the lbeauty and forest-like appearance of Pocatello Is a Garden of Eden. In no other city in the West do citizens take such a pride in their homes as in Poca tello. In the Idaho town there seems to be a rivalry between citizens as to who will have the most attractive home. It is good natured rivalry and as a reAui! there is a general exterior house-clean ing going on in the town and out of it all is Immerging as pretty a town as one would care to see. Many citizens are building new resl dences while old houses are being re lpatred. Trees are in full leaf, lawns ar-lt green and velvety and in countless yardn flowers of every hue are in bloom, an I over many an inmnble, cottage are crcep ing vines that exude a pleasing fra granc. While the citizens.are thus beautify ing their homes the city is not amiss in its duty. City Growing. In every part of the town new streets are being opened and brought to gradi and old streets are graded to conlforml with curb lines. Every day the sage brush that makes of the surrounding country a desert is being pushed furth.te and further back frum the city until now within the city lilnits ore has only a view of greten lawns and well grittlld and shaded streets. There has recently been a nothtr move made by the city officials of 'ocatl 11 that promises much good. This is t:l order to clean alleys. By order of the chief of pollee all property owners and tenantts are told that the alleys adjicent to their prop Orty must be celantli at once. They ire ordered to remove all refuse of whaiso-. ever character and the result of this will be the transformlation of the "b:ltk streets" of Pota;te llo into tth rotugllf;rt . as clean as the principal streets. Not only oare the alleys cleaned, ibu streets are kept thoroughly free frmon refuse. Around the depot in Pocatello th . Oregon Short Line has built a park, withi a bright lawn and trees that is a rel..c' to the tired eyes of travelers, usedl to gazing on the landscape of that section of Idaho. You will now understand why every good citizen of Butte hopes that not many residents of this town where there is not a tree or a shrub or a flower will visit Pocatello. Englewood Lots.-Perfect title, electric line already graded. fine soil, soft water, now school house one block away. Lots sold on $10 monthly payments. Mrs. Jessie C. Knox, Box 1084. "Old Bert", Pet and Pride of the Butte fire Laddies, Is Dead "Jert" is dead. "Bert" was only a 'horse, but members of the Butte fire department aver that "Bert" was the noblest animal ever put on earth. Pride of the Butte fire department, but not revered as is old "Jim," the only survivor of the memorable explo'lon of January 15, 1895, after nearly eight years of faithful service, the beautiful big bay horse died at the Quartz street station last night. Gentle and sagacious was 'cBert," and Der;, the Pride of Butte's Fire Department, Who Died 'loday. for fleetness of toot he held the depart jnent record when he was ast his best. This horse was never injured in the service, but eight years' constant ser ylee over the cobblestones and u landr dOwn the hills of Butte is beyond the average of the usefulness of a fire horse. }'Bert" tnade his last run to a fire ,Wednesday night. Of late he had been In commisslon in Chief Sanger'" buggy. The animal wias apparently all right Wednesdtay, That night the chief drove him in response to the alarm at No. 932 ,West Granite street. That was hil last run. After return WOMEN VOTES ORUIIDE 1Oa UQaUV RorHTS OF MEETING MONDAY EVENING Broadway to Ring With Eloquence in Defense of Woman's Rights Montana Has Fertile Soil For Suffrage Seed. It will he a grand rally that the wi, of butte will hold next Monday nlit: ! the Broadway theater. At utils meeting the openling gun will be flird in the campaign for equal rights in Montana and it is expected that every champ:on of the women of either sex will be present. Mrs. Carrie ('hapman-Catt, president of the National American Woman's Suf frage association a ill te the principal speaker. Miss Gail Laughlin, national oirganztier and Miss :lura (Jt'irgg of Omnlaha, press agent of the natiollnal us eoia'tion, will also speak. Ilponl the platforml will he r.iepresenlt - tive wotment of Ilutte favoring thie lmove, inent. Amoing tlhtse will be Mrs. II'11a Knowles-HaskelI, Mris. iGreen Majors, Mies Hrepta Sau, llldrs, Mrs. Snam M. Johnstone, MIrs. Josiah Trerise and Mrs. l)Dulkle. Atlready has the' movement for equal ulffrage' hegutn in Montana and 1in II II ia andl in several other townsii 11 the stile thei w'omen are cellyve. Meetings hai ,' b|-'n held la several ittles and Oln snldera ble enthuslasm has been mani fested. Thl 1Is not the first tlnle that the women of .iMonta have bIgunit a fght for their rights. In fact, they have ilev\ r g:ven ulp tile fight andl the preseit mnovemtenti is ionly a re-atwailcening ohf ii teri.st. It is a fight In which they havie beein ngaged for'l a u ulnbtro of y)eals, altnd hltichth the"y ihou lin cuonductinlg with the alerilles of an old poli.cal cant pl Igner. In tLhe houui: of the Sixth legislatullre the lwomnin Hi'nme very near oecuring thet itass.ug. ofi the bili granting them suif frt-ige. iThlrough thlie hiard woirk of M rs. iElcln Klinowl'i- luaskiell, tiht n president of the state assocelatii, the hill cainte within five of tlihe ne(ce.lary two-thirds if lpassingl the Iouti., It is hiell ,id that when the l1'gsl. tui'e mlle.tti tIle first day if next au.llltiary that the. women will haveC sito IIallllled their forces that the bill will pass. The in ivnlntl Is geni'eral I thr'lghloutt tihe stalte and from now unt.l Jaiulltu I the cainpalgn will lie actlve. Mi'rs. ('att, Misas I,autlghlin ani Miss Gregg will probably make ani exniteilnsive tour of trhe statlie and lwill later retulrn for alnther tour'. Tlhe nisxt tour twill pri ubiilly be just iiefori'e tihe N4i ejlnlt eir Notice tt, Buiiders. Forl the it'otoc'tlon of the public and to avoid tr.itl!lo otl account of inferior elec trle light lt'ltrng, this compa ty will re serve the right to refuse to connllect any lglights where on inspection certiflcate is not presented with appllcatlon. The company should 1e notified when wiring Is commenced and wInl furnish the servIces of their Inspector free of charge. BUTTE ELECTIIC AND POWER COMPANY. Ing to the station "Bert" was taken with cramps. All day yesterday the firemen and a veterinary surgeon 'worked with the animal, but death claimed "Bert" last night. In a shed near the Quartz street sta tion the carcass of the dead horse rested this morning until removed to the city crematory at noon by order of Chief Sanger. There was genuine sorrow among the firemen on account of the death of old "Bert," the pet and pride of the depart meatn "Bert" was 16 years old. Many inter esting lncidents are related by the fire men about the career of the horse. About two months ago, while respond ing to an alarm, attached to the 'chief's wagon, the Itft of the bridle broke in "Bert's" mouth. The 'horse was running at full speed. The second tihat the bridle Ibroke the horse slowed up, but Chief Banger, not fearing that the animal would run away end confident .that he w.'uld slacken his speed 'wlth a word, urged "Bert" on until the scene of the conflagration was reached, when "Bert" stopped stock still. Montng's CLOTHING STORE, L .rgest Clothing that appeals on its merits to those who appreciate quality and low price. Clothing of late style, of careful construction, of easy, graceful, comfortable fit. Clothing tailored from superior fabrios and lnished in the very best manner. Such is the character of garments sold in the r greater olothing store. Such is the class of goods that has extended this concern's reputation as best suppliers of all thinugs men and women wear. SRegular $20.00 Suits at $12.40 S Not Ilh. than 40 distinct styles, full military, half lliliitay ani rg ulation shape scl k sults4, atII Ileid on the most stylish linhs and IbcominnK to all figures. These suts l ere tallici(r fron fIorcilgl Iii,'I li)l' vtar I lhl 'ris, th Il n IIhl ld ,'i Ingllsh r1 I.tds and fancy chevlots bheing Inost linumerous, tlhough i e' extrIllll I no, I1ly s.11ls are shown a11 nd quite I 11111 good , il ty of plain blacks and blues. ThI y'rl hlghlstl class suits, lutil as best l:tn knliiws, stltched In silk and lined \ill li'14nst c'luohs; a line worl ly aii Ita fting Ilreprl',SnillvI of llthe stock sh ,wn h lere. 'rice....................................... J.............................................J.................. $ 12 .4 0 Rain Coats and Spring Boys' Knee Pants Boys' Long Pants Suits Overcoats Suits Worth Up to $16.50 at $9.60 Cravenett(l, chevlt conits in (Oxford graoy V' sto, uiii y 1 1 i3 lor hlouse, 1 Norlflk 'fl'h,, lft, ,Ighes gral, gir nii'nts. built. tw4'o-lh'c'p i4ll hiiP' a ldlr-h1,ee m4illls; Nie.. 3 i i 'ri.' l wt$i' h Ilun I3 1 I , Ih ,II l I i Iill shades. full length, entirely water- to lr1 y* urs. AhsI cslne nt Ilulllyla' lproof lan very practlical for all kinds of ililll hih.'i:ihil n1iif ti n, I h Iii h .i , ih llhh-li4l4 .lla lI 1 4oats44 s 4 orll4'l0lly higl. ('ilolingi 1'-.1111'1 11111 144(1 i 4411ih oil ,II'.cleil l'oOIK weathn ; ulso a line of extremely stly- rich; Ihape molded llafiti' tll' ila i ll l I nlh'I ilhall. I':\irn1 t(.oiI i;lit: y 'of IIlniigII iil shiort ivereoiats. liiillhs; ntl rlul t ult i 'iiIlious and o1 f used i i'(linnd ruction; values up4 to lulnrnto'edl gooilidnes1; $;i5.i O $16.A0. eI'edi ., All at........................... $9.85 a d $5.5) v lu t............. $3.40 :it.................... ......... $9.60 OPENING SALE SPECIALS FROM THE NEW SILK AND DRESS GOODS STORE 6oc Lining Taffeta 29c 85c Black Taffeta 59c $1.5o Dotted Pongee Silks $i.oo Illghest4 quality of lining taffetas, 19 inches The very filnent grade of guairanteed'll Iillck Th'e get1illI, Shiliiliiig 144111i'pone silk of IMllhel li w'.de; in tlle full range of shades; sold regu- tlffeta; 10 Illchles wide; extra heavy qualityll ; i11u lll ; e' , iliiliidii,l'.' red il Illlln I ., 1 ,'1 t'.;ins, 2i; ill'ly at 60c a yard. regular 85n value. Inche it ; \\4 , 4 h $1.,(44 ;, .% l 4 'r'lce..................................... 29C A t.................. ..................59C .......................9c .............. $ . 75c Fancy Foulards 39c $3.25 Silk Grenadines 8)c All slik twilled weuve foulards, in , hlrm ing floral and c'onventii linai l de- 44-inch Ill 1lk hlhls 'k gii'lkIInllhiles In ill Ity ~4,il111 ',,Ir1 l'. i.111 rlcIh hln.., .d11 ilgIns, on1 gl'rounds of vari ous sf olorings; manteriall 22 Ill(:ches waid'; d(l'4signs; mIli4ll'rill quitl' n ac '1ord 1 lh Ih(4 1 li'j ti ( s of f,'.4h1i.1n; hllf it very lustrous in lilllah and worth at lhalilt 75c a yard. dol'ii pttrns wnlili; value $1. . i . l'r:t'ved at ........................................................ 39C . . . . . .........39c r ........................... ............. 75c Etamines 49c $1.5o Broadcloth 89c 5oc and 75c Imp. Challies 39c The popular, graceful etamnllles, wo\.in fronm all The sprinig weight Ilroadtlilths, in all shade ANl'' A 11hl111 ,1r t f r, If 'ii Ii ch4.:ill4s, lin 'wool I hr(iads; in wlite, taln new hle', gray land lihi lck , 'I' ii.nches.l e; till w ol i t p - h° ll a a 4 r- I uli' i l prlltl y 4 ' i n,' i1tll il Iha, ii'lh'lzl,.e and i1,s lau hall s; strictly a sfcllly dl 'llili illal ,i 4111d VIr.'y 11111dn4o1ir In e 1111- thilt I1114114ii:II ; ilGllil llll \ul(( hI; '-tI: bd14,lI faibil . At............................... 49C t'.rial; vitlilu $1.50 4L yalrd. valu s alt i :..1 n Il ;:, a. 3.4 1. r75Cce ............................ . . 89C I'rlce........................ ............ 39C 75c Cheviot Serge 49c All colors and black of this splehndid nItlirIal: 75c Henrietta at 49C $1.5o flll:sdowile $1.oo 42 inchl a e; all wool; partl'l(. ilty ad ptl t Purn, r wo l lI''ncil hl'i h, rletta, Iii ait!l c+lor and " ti, i ll." ;i i ,I It 1:1, .iiI \,1 ,IsXI , to th l aking li lli. Oi f.. g arill' n1' t4 ri'0 ini4 Kg hard i't Il k; ; 4, inchll e wh ; ' elt 4' weave iland finely lin all Ithe c.lri :41114 bl.ith; IO1 .ii. hI: l hlei' ,service. ; \'value 75.. finimhld nurfi o; i taple f il, at 7,i. worth $1.11i a y,,t. lPrilce....................... . .............. .... 49C At................................... 49C Pr ........................... $ 1.OO [ND SCHOOL DAYS HIGH SCHOOL CLASS IS READY TO GRADUATE IN JUNE. SADIE JONAS, FIRST HONOR She Is Valedictorian and Kate Mc Grath Salutatorian-Prof. Leamy Busily Engaged in Examining Program of Exercises. Prof. Leamy and his corps of teach ers are unusually busy those days pre paring for the graduation exercises which will take place June 13. Theser are the days when the high school graduate puts on his most serious and important air and struts around with every evidence of his budding iimpor tance. lie searches the library for thought profound and plans schemes by whicir lie believes he can convince a heretofore ignorant world that success, orltune, fame and happiness are alll within the grasp of 'him who follows a set of rules of life and conduct laid down by high school graduates lin geer'l l, Idl on0 high school graduate in particular. These are the days when the curl' ly locks on the head of Prof. Leoamy be gin to curl up tighter and show sign.s of transformation to a sllvery hue. ]y less than a month 15 pupils will receive the premier' honors of the Ilutte schools and will experielnc tle Joy of success when President Mueller of the school board hallds them their dll lomnaei, which will show the result of four ylear. of successful work anid ex'ellent schol urship. Their names are Fulton ('. Evans, Ray Bliss, Stephen Kelly, l iu Hl inal, Henry Osenberg, Mabel Halllpson, Agnes -lHarrington, Eva Polkinghorn, lst.ll: Jellich, Alice I'rirc,, Ella 'Tri v! ick, Virginia Klaschke, Anniie Miosc.;, Salil Jonas and Kate Mc.lrath. Miss Jones has rccelved the first }iololr at the hands of hir' 'l;assrrlnlat , h.vi.,i been apl)ointed v:l edlictorian, and NMI s Kate Mc(:h'ath, who has .e . II;it n.is Hiihlutatorllan, the s.'ionii. Owing to thIe' chang, whli'ih wais n;tad.' this year the chims 1 Is nit 1s large as usual. In formemr years classes graIdu. ated from the high sehoul bht once a year and last February foer tie first time in the history of' i11i sl.chool a win tor class of gr'ildlates lift th e lh uttI, high school. The new plan has mi any advantages, chief of which Is that 1pu pls are not compelled to remain, as un der the old method, an extra term in the. school. Entrance examinations are held semi annually and in order to give the pupil who enters at either examination an cpportunity to complete the course' in four years, Superintendent Young sug. gested the semi-annual graduation, which is a convenience to both teachers and scholars. Many of the essays which have been prepared by the pupils are now ready and their teachers are occupied in train ing those who will take a part in the commencement program, LAVA OF MT. PELEE ENGUL'S FAMED WOtRK CF ART. NAPOLEON'S FIRST CONSORT Volcano Blots Out Historic Place Quaint City Nestles Close to Mountain Side-Scenes of Rare Beauty. "Franle'. and the peop)l, of MartIII que will hot weep for Ihe destructlonll of t1e' cathedral of Ht. Ill'rre us they will forl' the statue of thll" llljl.resx Josephilne. 1'lthat haagnllit'ent work of the .cullptor i. how unqueIstinubly In ruins." Naithal i. Farrell, a inirlng engineer v, hu I4 visltillg friends II Ilulle, was;; I Il spe;lker. 11i wlts Irn Martnllnqll.a only It.Lt Chrisi n1tls4, ret urning froit Brazil. "St. Pierre wtas the 1irt1hpla.'e of J.:;sle'hlne," continued Mr. Farriell. SHi ,t.is 11ii dalugilhter, of the c'aptauln of the 7p,4 t and whenll 15 ye,'rs irH I w',ent to i,'rilll'ire to, blie (ir11C tr4l4 I l, 1hI4 whIot J1j , 4,4s ohl mar'ried Vi........t Alhtxa 1der ing ih, reignl of te.rror and1 wh len fll,. ,as (,I years. old 41 ri4l'leld N lapoi.)on. tll H '. 1ie'' the I'I''les o' .~1.ar tin:i'lu' Ire 'l,'t d a trtatu 1 I " ti ll. ii-faled lqu11", I. it ,.1-was lo"° (f til. ] t l *s . lisu tllm. ,t4r':f of arI' I hat ve i v* r 1 t,* n a41 l 1I S,:; thit- prhde if. thi. pI ,o"h of ih,* Quaint Old City. 1: ,.! '. ., it W it 44. ( 1' ;O f 4 ll ,. 'V(-.1 itl l 'I i!,,,- t11 :i,, I ' 1 o noL( o l . i* ll,4 t1 4 1*1s St, P'i *rr1 . It. was. bul l h,,' ,lly of stolme . ;Id. itil" lt;g1ed courI a, h. it h* til hle, 1;ry. rI Indlls.l . Q a rott ls, l iu lllusiio.. h'hu e. 'l41'i:.,: I 4 4 1 *4 . 4~th l I.. ' .'" '.l'l' It Isi,'',I t ; 1 ' oo'4 wti4' l I'(na i''gs; , the 4 w' reI Ir I, .R4' II roo *.t w ilh ro 4 til* es. (4;* *j4. 1.1 . . 1 th . ;l,. 1*k of a st4. a t1'; *r ' i bl , h4*r bow the t ow, n loakd ii it' It li, slid I(,' e..ks l ind .4l*4.4 d I ri, 1441 ', k* 0I * II| !,, it -l.lf, thu ; c Lusins thl e ii 'J Ing '.l *l*' 4an 4 11h ta 've, lthe to nl t '.l a u 1t Ioll't',' ', f'asc'inating l as ii re *ll V - lr '., 'there ' 1s ni o th ing ,;. ll ah ut it to f,.r'tell that tVithiln i fe*' w mlnlh41*. It woild the a1.4' 4'u of th*i e total' d1stru' tion or th, tlIllInt city busking il the plrfe'' L 'linate of the A1t lll.-s. Farms on Volcano's Side. "SI''. ching from the tlwn. and far ulll the1 sll of the volano \4were farms; n-mall farms, to be sure, but carefully tended and they gave a garden-like ap plaran(e to the mlountain rising, as it d,'oes, to a height of more than 4,000 feet from the sea. Around the summit of the volcano were the clouds forming a coiffure of changing colors. "[ can remember the whole scene so .distinetly; the volcano and the town with Its winding streets and with the streams running between the little, nar slilill .ree tl'rynd th | Hl .ou |llwloin II] guy tI. Iba H;iJ1 c l i'( ll lhi hu |Inu4iY ,'lhi)r ,'1 t l .vl t'Ley dl ll ld e 111111',' l. ll rll i 11Il 1 llli] A Ildren' IIe - --It wal all Ilke I lhnildal y. "It IN very dillihll ilf r Ill! to r( 'lte ize that shlu volb'ilo blotted outl thllll town; lblotted out i se pril'e whlile statliul, of Joseplhlni'; b)lolld out the cathedrall with Itn two towers4; blotltedll o11 the peoplei n1111 Ithe Hstria'IIts. I ido not ar'll' to ev-er aiglini go o HLt. l'lrre. I want to re tilin my Inmpressionh Indll rell°mber ilce toiwn ti I aw it Inst c'llrlstmnra, not iis It it now." W'antedl---l.hrio expr.llne:',l1 inlew.tplper sollcltors. Inqllre W. It. I'., this olhe-. SALE OIe SCIHOt_, ' DONDS. Notice I. hereby given that In pluru anlie of t: e authority conferred upon the Ilourd oif Trustees of Heicool District No. ().il, Silver Ilow county, Montana, by that erttai school elhellon, held on the tilt dny of April, 1902, the trustees of the anlove llm:neld .school distriet wore author ied! anlitd eimpowered to n.ll colllurlont lhond to thte almount of onile hundred thiousand (4100,000.l0) dollars, for lthe. puirpoe of iilllding one or nore liltoll houseI H i land pllurchaliHng se t ir al sites IIn ihd Hchool IIlttilt. HufI aolsli to ie o, f ltl,* denolinlni llon of at ill Ih lluslnd ($1,000.00) dilli ris n41'1h, dated on the first day of July, 1902, lpay aill. Ill Iw ntll y (20) yolrs arllil rledeemable. in I,11 (10) year,'l , adlt dlrawing hI n terlnt atil ihl, rate of fourl' (4) per1,r c llt petr tnnun, rinrllclpa ll pJiyalt r' at Ill off..le of the l(ounty TrI l'lsurer o' Silver I wll county, , 011l 1)ii, I1l 911111 coii. oi'llr''ill ' l u tllust furl ll blhnl i holr l alll ] dl l i ' lver purchsl , price of said b l ti ' fit tih c,, ty Tr ' - u ,el'' ainv', SHlver 1 0ow €'lll Y, IMoni an.rll ;,aid I,,illd' will be old at prilvate saile tit tit'! u 'I'rl: T i.'"' r'ou1 , hi the h J -h ti-4 l ,I bllidi , ,/rner' of Idaho ainl l'rl',k 'Ilre ' t N, ll ll. MC ta, il , o1 thel third t "liy ,'it o idune, 1902, at i8 o'clock p. m., liit' tyeu l ld hld will be r 'llv'Ed by the lioard of 'lrUstlIe. for I lie i ubcl asl' of u / bili nds up to ulil titil twelve o'clock 0nooi oill the th; .' day of .June, 1J02. ,llade for the' linot Iamoun Ito lb rei('C vle'o by theidng liur osf TiulHtd, an shall bonds londs will i,' diel.vere I to purchatser at County Treasurer'ef olli:e, Silver 1o3w follrclil I, HlIliiili D.xtrict No. One, 511 cunt W CIUlty, M ontana , In cae the A eortLtF'd cheblik, I Its or fquvalent, for the surcn o twlllty-flo iiondrd (,ithin 00.00) dollar, ll d mayl to rejected bnry Muelther, ichiran ofr the oard of Trruustes, mnust a'comtpany each I,1 ., as evidence of gyd fatdeh, o theoo artl of echool 'Trun bidding upon said bonds, and shall bd orfeited to School Dlistrict No. One, Silve ver low county, M ontana, in caad the purchase)r shall refuHe or fall to deliver the purchase price of bonds within sixty (60) days froA I day of purchase. Any and all bids may be rejected by the Board of Trustees. By order of the Board of Behool Trus tees of School District No. One, Silver IBow county, Montana, made this 29th day of April, 1902. HIIINr(Y MUELLER, AChairman. tteHt: TrHOMA.S RICHARDS, Clork. Land Ofi. ait Li lena, Montana, Aprl| 12, 1902. Notice i. heI,rhy j,Iven th:t the fol lowing named person hlis fll.d plpliia Lion to make a uHoldicr's Additional lHomerteatd I'llIry., for and uponli lot one (1), Hoctton twenty-six (26), Township three (3) north. Range .lgtht (8) west, Montann, vi: ., Robertr Mitchell of Ilutte, Moptanna, antl who will sHillllt cllatirnony and proof that Hlnd innd Is non-mineral 1in character, at the hearing hereiniafter n.Pn louned. And thile sid township having been re turned by the Survey (eneral as mineral In charucter, a hearing will be held at tils offlce on the :10th day of June, 1901, to determine the true character of eal:1 land, the teutimony to be used therein, to he submitted on the t4th day of June, 1902, ut 10 o'clock a. In. before John Ilean, notary public, at his oMtce ln BIutte, Montana (EOROGE 1D. ORItICNB, Rieglater. lEO. M. B1OURIQUIN, Attor'ley for Applicant. MININU AI'1'LICAT'ION NO. 4515. United HlatiLe Land Oflh:e. Helena, Mon. tana, May 1, 1902. Nott, a Is hereby glven that Henry Smnith, Jam.yt. It. 'l'thuriptioiIn ad Oliver J. M('onnllll, whilr I, poitollle addrecnss t Iutilt, Motitana, have this day ilhd their ipllikatt ion for a patent for 81;.5 IlUuar feet, ieint ot feet watetrly innd 73J..5 fret ailtr.rly frnrom the pJlotlil or disnv,cry In tlrinrel of the l.itl.r Misasluippld Lode rM IIl.g claimn, upi)o hhich a llo (., of in te tJon to apply for a put( it a a. pouted oin the 220 diy of April, A. 1)., 1902, eitu itted In Humrn ll Vailly, unourganized ilninltrg !ustnlrJl, Hil r . I" It v County, State of Mintniii, i tnt4K:n;ist ( us vurvey No. 6566, in 'P;inslnil 3 northur, h.ango 7 westt, blrilg Inor, irltl- iularly dinscritled atn follows, to wit: Ileglrnning at corner No. 1, which is also 'arinetr No. I or Harvey No. 6759, eornet No. 4 of ,ourvey No. 2lhH . od rlner Nn 5 of survey No. 291;!, a granite stone aeo in the grounid, with a mound of stone nlongsidte, aind ni;llke,. -6566 for corner No. 1, fraain w ll'hi the nIorthenst corner of section 17, ''ownshilp 3 north, lRange 7 west, e,,arms youtlh Si degree.s 4 milnutes werit 3.53.3 flit, and running thence nlorth 53 dgei·es 45 mIIntut.s west, 338.6 felt; thrence outh 11 drgr'eer 15 minutes east, ::01 fl ot; Ithenc(. south 73 degrees 13 nilut.n east, 750.5 feet; thence north 11 degrees 15 rminutes west, 0.6 feet; thence north 58 degreero 15 minute" west, 592.5 frot to the placue of beginning, containing an area of 2.11 acres, of which 0.42 acres are In conflict with survey No. 1361, not claimed, leaving 1.69 nares claimned by the above named applicants. 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 Locations, on page 360. The adjoining claims to these premises are, survey No. 2969, Little Girl lode and survey No. 6759, Rocky Point lode on the north; survey No. 2188, Monitor lode, lot 808 on the northeast; survey No. 1381, Sunlight lode, lot 188 on the south; sur vey No. 1924, Misslesippi lode, lot 976 on the west. GEORGEI D. GREEN0, Regislter. SAM?4tUL BARKER, R,.. A ttorney for Applicants. (First publication May 21 190).