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AFTER THIRTY YEARS
SHAFFER'S ARE UNITED After ht.iig 'ep;arate.d for ll years 1). T. Shall r amit I. I. Shaffer. hrothers, met tolly i,1 Hulte fr the ht-t time since they Ncr, hey % tog flu.r back at their old home in I a itli ,i. lhi,. \ hat mtkc'. the story of perutliar int,,r .t i. that I. F. Shallffter wtia, in tihe city o e Neck ht f'., he .ort hii hlng hust brother. The It.i iiin c;ini tgithr by ;.echilent. Thirty years art I). T. Shaller hiale hik p;a itir n;lW his ,rtth r taml byle and cante \\T,-t to seek his losimne. 1le i~linde in lihiuilir, (ilih.. anl fr s.irIal y tr's fl iNt Il mit ingi in that stte. I'i'tlt yeatrs a., lie can: ti lIttite until TWO BROTHE RS REUNITED. D. T. Shaffer and J. F. Shaffer, Who Were Separated for Thirty fears. (Picture by Ward, Inter Muutaitin Staff Photographer.) successfully followed mining. Ilie is one of the Ist kniown mining nucn in the city, and has many friends. Thought Him Dead. D1). T. Shalffer has not written home in 20 years, and his family had long ago given him up for dead. One week ago to,lay his brother, J. 1F. Shaffer, arrived in Butte. (un leaving his home in Plennes Ivania he had supplied himself with sutiicin.t money to last until he obtained employment. (On the train he was robbed of all the oney lihe had except $5, and he landed iin Il ttte aith this sI,.dll capital, without eunlloymenit and without a friend. "I thught I was tup :oi.,inst it hard. said he tlhi afterto.n. ";nd I was the bluest itan in earth. \VWhile walking down the street the day after my arrival I saw two men who ware the pin of the Knights of lPythias. Being a tnembelr ot that order I introducedI myseli and they kindly assist ed mue to get employment. He Guessed Right. "On( first arrivilng ihi Butte I looked in a THE MOUTH OF THE CA.NNON It Will Be the Next Play Presented at the Grand Opera House. Twice ye-ter'lay the' G;rand tlheater n:i filled to overllowiniti, once fur the exer cises. -of the itinets' union and ill the evening at the perforimatce of "I .,m Sire to Sun," Iby the 1Ma1thattalt compan;ly. 'The production brought coltinuitettd ap plause from the large auldietnce. It will be repeated this afternoon and %etnitng. Tomorrow night the comtlpally will presenlt "The Mo1ttth of the Catnnoni"--11. D. Cot rill's fiamous m lcl,'irama. T'his play, which rscinble s ".A\rizona' in the various climaxes anid strng dra Inati' sitiiationis, is said to le the best play in the rleertlire of the .\anll;hattai colren . ,pan . 'l he plot is laidi i Nv'w \lecxico and is a story of frontier life. KNOCKED FROM TROLLEY CAR James McCauley, a Railroad Man, Meets With Serious Mishap. Jamt es \lc('alItley, while sitanilhlng cat one of the footlbtrl of a trolley car go ing to Columnbia Gardens, leatined too iar out and collided with a trolley pile. TIe was kltocked off aind when picked ulp wasi Ott COllbC iOilS. McCauley uwas inken to Murray & Freund's holsital l.here it was found lhe had concussiol of the brain. lie will re cover, McCautley is a railroad man living in (Clancy. le came to )Iutte yesterday to spend the holida)y. OWNS LAND IN CALIFORNIA John O'Rourke Returns From Lengthy Stay in the Coast State. John O)'Rourke and famnily returned ycs terday from California \where thecy spielt several months onl the (O'Rourke fairm netar Hlanford, King county. Mr. O'Rourke says he has 240 acres of land in one spot in ('alifornia and is raising hay and pruntes on it. lie has owned part of the ground for some time, but bouliht a portion of it only a few weeks ago. lIe looks well. THEOSOiPHISTS ARE GRQWING New Local Societies Being Organized by Mrs. Squiers in Montana. If hlard work counts for anythinRg Mrs. llavilah Squires will succeed in making the Theosophical society in Montana as strong as inl any other state in the tnion.tt. Mrs. Squires has just returned fruom ar visit to 'Anaconda, where site organized a new branch of the society. She will go directiry to see if my brother's nanme was thI.r; not thait I expected to find him, for Ilirl id t. I knew that he had lived in s·vcr;al \\estern cities, but I had often heCarId nt old mother say that the boy umot b.e dlad. "llut tlih only name like mine I could liil ias *.,pllltd with a 'C,' and my family .unt is , pllt.d with an 'S.' I did not .lr:ttn that it w..ts my brother whose name I I unri, until sotneone told me that he s i nigit;ially' from I lamilton, Ohio. "'this morning I went to No. 2t4 W.st Qlatta st.ret to inquire aboutt the mnon, with but littlel hope of learning that he was mly lost brother. WhIen we met ,we did nit regngnize each other, beca;luse time ]had wrnguht such changes, but before a di .zci ords had beenl spokeni we kot w that i, were brothers. Spelled it Wrong. 1). T. Shallfer said: "\\hen I cate to tt. ,,omeonr spelled my name with a tC- .ha;,iter---,c.il I fell ilnto the wa;y of sigIn inli Iil selt thlt way. Many years ago I .gt out of tile habit of writing home, and Sh.cn nei.xt I wrote the folks hadl moved, , cno h tter had poased between ti s or zu I \.as the most surpriscld I;man in the scimei when my Ibrother anid I nmet. Iach bR, lhiv, d the other dead. It was by the nlc.r, t accident that we iet, and I assure .ci botIh of itus are happy to be tiogether ncm. rocre after 3o years of scl.araitini." J. F. Shallfer is now f6n years c f age and Ii. T. Shatfer is 4a, altlhough Ilotu look ituch il younge-r. They ar . cehlce rating the relnion tluiay. anid are receiving the c(ongratulations of 1). T. Shaifer's many friends. to Missoulla soon tic take tip the work of organization and after that is done ti11 accelt invitations to speak at Iivingstocn. Dler Lodge. Itillings and other towns throug. hout the state. It is the intentioni to fiorml a stiat fled eration and hihl semi annual sessictcs fur the purtpose of disseminating the doctrines, of the ,,'victy. FISH, FACTS AND FICTION 7'i t) "N I Fro n p .F . Ft , a R i 77From an illustrated Paper . From Reality . "1 .it the fish un my hook, lifted him up out of the \eater a couple of feet and swung lily nlet under him, and there I had the linest trout -ver caught in Montanatl," sad The |isht rmen. "Hit! la! Ila! said the Other Men, Then ine of the I thur Men looked at The Fisherman, and said: "I'11 het a co(ljer coi t aL gainst a ton of coall thait )you n1evecr c1atght a trout tish in your life. (1I the square, you cigar store tishelren maIke me weary. You sit in here and tell us abouit catching big tish. "Now, 1'11 tell you something. You've been looking at Ipicture books, You've got it raced through your head that the pic tures are from life. You've got ian idea that you lift a trout out of the water just as if you were lifting out an old boot. It's like money in a letter. you think. "Fact is, Claude, that you don't have any such sport. If you get a trout you've got to go after him; get out and wade anlld hustle and work and schemne more than RICHARD AND JOHN GATHER IN CLANS ((Continued from Page One.) through the grind of a threshing machine. His hat was crownless, ids toes looked boldly out of his ragged shoes and his pants were little better than a mass of patchwork. Frank came humbly forward and prom ised Judge Boyle to bid good-bye to Butte if allowe to go. However, Frank had made similar promises and broken them so often that Judge I,.iyle told him he woutl he given an ,topportunity to make good after serving a week in the city jail. Ifattie Jones pletIladed not guilty to being seen on the streets at "late and unusual hours of the night, and her case was set for Tuesday afternoon. The policeman who arrested John Ric'h ards and Frank Foley, testified the two men were fighting viciously when ihe ar rested them on East Itroadway, but that as soon as he appeared ono the sce.ne they be came the lies of friends. Their case was set for Tuesday. Was Full of Eggs. Edward Johnson, .Maggie Ilarris and Istella Miorrison were all sure they were not guilty of dlistrtuling the peace. They will be given a chan:tce to tell their story next week. Eddie I)ufdii, a small hly, stood before the court with an exlpres.sion of pure)l 't ill. nocence. Eddlie was arrested by 'rolice man Bradshaw who testified the lad had his pockets full of ancient illl gs which lie was llioutt to throw at thei patingi p;ilrle. "I asked hin" aid the .,policenma. "what nimilade his paints s;tik iit it thle sides. for his a;ppearani.ce aroused . y sspiion.iiii, "Andi what didl hi say?" uskedl Judge lBoyle. "His reply w\as. 'it's de way te pants is cut.' " Eddlie was too yountllg to f:ine and so the judge dismisssed the case after giviing thel boy a scolding. Sadie Littlejohn. one of ithe h-lles from Pleasant Alley, cnilln frolli the "mourlners bench" as if there was s..oiethting ion her minil besides the reutiiuicncesi of a jag. Some Funny Remarks. "A ,elle from the dicv. or perhapis I might s;ay a living hell." remarked JIuldc Iloyl.. " 'hat. have you to say ;Satiit I.i: tiejohn about being ldrtinik last nighti" "Nuttin yit," was thel t Ireiply. "Ise waitini till de lasa' word has te ir iu.e ;l ilden er gwine telr har rllllint l..' "\ir-ll, the Tofficer says." the judge tohl her. "that yiiu were io bully iitankikl ilp last night you askel him for a hmatclh it light a cigarette a;ut whenlii hie told )ili '. light dut you tried to light into hiill. W hal ,ilmot it " "' uttiti t it." was tl:e ri iy. "Y'ou remember"lll" the julldge conrined,l "whlti-n you wre ilt up litre last litit you tpromiseid tie )u it wou.li never g"t driltiik again if I let you off light. I)o you wish Ito say anvtilhing abouliit that " "'N ttiin yit." "Then I ami giin t give ,you the full! extent of the laiw." st;lttld the judgie. "H t' oni . hhti' n. hJidge Itile." cried out Sadie. "Ilit ain n(iow coim ll de ie timie fir till ter say sumtl. Ise done swo-re off. I dtne swtore nlthchr ter tiech auitdtier drap tiV licker ez long ec I ls.' "'' re.it Scots," exclaito-il Judge ltoyle. "to thiink of Sadie Iittlijolhn biddinlg ait eterlnal farewell to t the dtemijohn. The tw) Jils ns will have to celehrate the occaision iln the city jail for the ln xt tifti-n lidays." 'This concluldedl the morningtitt's session. "o' the m,.mbi.ersi ot \,ashinigton Lodge, No. ., I. O. ( ), F. and ( hid Fellows gen erally: You i are rcltuested to meet at Sons of St. (;eorge hall. (enterville, Sutn dlay. June isth, 1oo., at 7 p. nt. to attend memorial services at Trinity M. IF. church, 'cnt rn ille. Service commlences at 7 :j0. AI.IBERT 01'i,., N, G. W. II. (;Ol)ll.ANI), Secretary. $34.50 Summer Excursion East. Tie Great Northern Railway company will sell round-trip tickets to Minneapolis for $34.50, good going July 4, s i.nd 6, and good returning until Septetmber t. Stop over allowed at all points on retltrn trip. For further information call at Great Northern offie, 40 North Mlain street, Ilutte. J. E. Dawson. General Ageitt. o Kitchener had to do to corral the Boers. If you do happen to get into a fat place and are on the bank when the cast is mlde and the hook catches in a bunch grass or sagebrush back of you, then the fish laugh merrily. "Yes, you've been reading books on fish ing. I can tell that. You think that those lithographs, too, that show a farmer wearing a white shirt and a slowing neck tie seated on a mower driving spirited horses, Is true to life. You don't know how the farmer works." "'Well," said The Fisherman, "I' know that I'm right on this fish story I was speaking of. Wasn't I there? And were you ? On the level, that's-.." "That's where you get off," broke in one of the Other Men. "You can't tell us about such fishing. We know every ripple between Butte and Dillon, There isn't a fishing stream within 50 miles of Butte that we don't know thoroughly. We're telling you reality, and you-why, you're taking in pictures." Fortune Telling By cards, tea leaves or those uneducated in psychic science is perhaps entertaining but it avails you nothing. When you are serious and sincere regarding your Past, Present and Future consult a natural-born medium. Dr. Blackburn The World's Gasatest Clairvoyant and Palmist Dii erent from all others; he tells you the truth, he it good or bad. L.ockecl in mys terious sleep his soul wanders forth into th, labyrinths of human affairs, and he tells your hopes, fears or ambitions as frnm an open book. All affairs of love, nmarriage. health, business, property, law siitsI, mines, spteculations, etc. Reunites scar;atcd and tells how to gain power of contrul. So great is his wconderful powers hl I ts your namle and age the moment yiut a1I without asking a single question. Fees (Ireatly Reduced for a Few Days Et rything private and confidential. Ilours--o a. mi. to 8 p. tm. daily. Parlors 4 .nil 5 Shodlair block . 48 W. Park St. YOUNG MAN '1uch success in your life depends Ipcn a nice appearance. Nothing helps a pica.ting appearance more than GOOD 'I'IELTI. If yours need repair work, COME TODAY And let me tell you what your teeth need anid what thle cost for repair will be. DR. 5AILBRAITII, Buii'n., Excursion Rates via Burlington Route. The fol.,wing round trip rates will ap. pl) via the Burlington Route: Omaha, St. Joseph or Kansas City, , hMrv 31 and July 4, 5 and 6....$34.5o Omaha. St. Joseph or Kansas City, June 7. 8, t & sl and z6., hicago, June 7, i to, 14 and rf.. 53 So bt. Louis, June 7, 8, 1o, 14 and d16.. 49.50 Three routes East via Billings, via St. Paul, viaI Denver. For further informa tic 1 apply 35 East Broadway, Butte, Mon. tana. H. F. RUGER, Agent. Here Is Your Chance. The Great Northern Railway company ann,tounces the following low-rate excur siuns East : To St. Paul, Duluth and Missouri river points and return ........$42 00 To Chicago and return .......... 53 So To. St. I.ouis and return .......... 49 50o On sale June 7, 8, to, 14 and 16. Good returning until September 15. IFor further information call at Great Nurthern Ticket Office, 41 North Main Street, Butte. 0 $50-San Francisco and Return-$50 $60-Los Angeles and Return-$60. For meeting of the "Shriners" at San Francisco, the Northern Pacific Railway will on May 28 to June 9, sell round trip tickets to San Francisco and Los Angeles and return at rates shown above, stop-over allowed both going and returning, final lilit 6u days from date of sale: For fur ther particulars call on or address. W. 11. MERRIMAN, Gen'l Agt., N. P. Ry., Cor. Park and Main Sts., Butte, Mont. GREAT NORTHEhIN RAILWAY, Saturday and Sunday Excursions. Basin and return ............ ..... 5 BonIldl, r and return ................ 50 Alhambra and return .. ..... ,ood going Saturday and Sundiy, re turning Monday. Bsint and return ........ .....$.. o0 B,,nlder and return ............... 00 ,;ood going and returning Sundays only. Til,ct oltice, 41 North Main strect and detot. butte, Mont., May 5, b9oa. Special Palace Pullman Car. Through to Chicago without change will leave Oregon Short Line depot 4:30 p. mn., Monllday, June z6th, via the Denver & Rio Grande (Scenic Line). Iar will stop from morning until even ing in Salt lake in order to give excur siolists the benefit of Colorado scenery by daylight. Sleeping car accommodations can be se cured at Oregon Short Line City Ticket office, 1o5 North Main street, Butte. Cheap Excursion via Northern Pacific Ry. June 7, 8, 10, 14 and 16, round trip tickets sold to St. Paul, Minneapo. lis, Duluth, Omaha, St. Joseph, Council Bluffs and Kansas City..$42.oo Chicago and intermnediate points and return...................... 53.50 St. Louis and intermediate points and return ................. 49.50 Rates also in effect to other principal points west of Chicago. May 28th to June 9th round trip tickets to San Francisco........ $5o.00 Los Angeles and return .. ...... 60.oo July 4, 5 and 6, St. Paul and Min. nciapolis and return..........,,, 34.50 August 4 to 9 inclusive: Los Angeles and return ........$6o.oo San Francisco and return ........ 5o.00 For berth reservation and other infor mation call on or write: W. H. MERRIMAI, Gen'lI Agt. N. P. Ry., Cor Park and Mala Sts., Butte. The Best friend the Northwest - Ever Had "The Road That Made the Northwest Famous.' LEAVES BUTTE. For at. Paul and East, daily ....................8:80 p. m. Oreat Falls local, daily .... :45 a. m. ARRIV E8 BUTTE. Fronm At. Paul, daily....... :41 a. m From Great Falls and Hael Ina, daily.......... .....:...:0 p. m. FULL INI'ORMATION FROM City Ticket Otice, No. 41 North Maine street, Butte. J. Dw. Daweon. oaeral agent. THE TRAIN OF 1902 Is the new "Groat Western Limited," the most sumptu ously equipped train run ning every night between St. Paul end Minneapolis. and Chicago and l.ansas City via... Chicago Great Western Railway J. P. ELMER. General Passenger Agent, CHICAGO. ILL. NORTH COAST LIMITED ¶tp. Observation Cars Electric Lighted 4.Oý',I. Steam Heated SBUTTE SCHEDULE Arrive Doparl North Coast Ltd. EASTOU ND. 12.4 am.12.5a a Sleeper on this train ready for occu. pancy at y p. mn.... North Coast Ltd 7.1Op.u. 7.20 p. \VESTBOUND. No. 14 to all no,ints East. 'Connection with branch line trams at \Vhitehall anld Saipin.t,,n for 12. L I coily all Al r ...... " " " No. '3 from all points East. 'Con nectiotn at White ball and Sapping. jI m . ton frhum Puonly and P A lder................ (iarrion local to Sfron, all points 2.10 p.m 9.55 a. 1\ rat ................ 'All trains daily except on Pony and Alder b r a n e s, which are daily ex cct Sunday. Office Cor. Iark and Plain St., butte W. 1* MER IMNAN. General Agent NO flCE OF PUBLICATION. Dlepartmcnt of the Interior, Latnd office t elelcna, Mtonttar, lMay .8, 190o2. Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing nanmed settler has filedtl notice of his intention to make final proof in sup pIort of his claim, andl that said proof will Iae made before John R. Eardlcy. U. U. conlltission er at Anaconda, Montana, ott Jutly 7th. Ior,t, viz.: William Hi. Al. ln on his homestead entry No. 8,756 for thle east half of tile northeast quarter. soutnhwct quarter northeast quarter and northeert quarter southeast quarter sec tiot 18 tonshipt 4 north, range 2o west. ie natlellls the followinlg witnesses to MAKES SATURDAY the llig day of the week for the sale of garments ready to wear. You are never disappointed at the Connell store. You have an abundance from which to select and as only first-class garments are sold in the Connell store, you can't make a mistake, Open Saturday Nights Until 10 o'clock There is comfort and satisfaction in dealing where you have confidence, where you know that if er rors are made, they are corrected without a word. You can save money, time and energy by dealing at the Connell Store. o0 Butte. Mont. . Capital ...... Sloo,ooo.o0 0 Under state supervision. Five per o ent interest payable quarterly, o paid on deposits. qrterl 0 g Money to Loan on o Real Estate 0 0 F. AUG. HEINZE...... President O o CHAS. R. 1.EONARD..Vice Pres 0 o A. B. CLEMENTS........Cashier 0 00000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000 SSTATE SAVINGS BANK ( 0 0 0 0 o John A. Creighton....... President 0 o G. W. Stapleton....Vice President 0 o T. M. Hodgens............Cashier 0 o J. O. Hodgens.... Assistant Cashier 0 R0 . B. Nuckolls...Assistant Cashier 0 o 0 0 Under state suplervision and 0 0 jurisdiction, Interest paid on de- 0 O posits. O O Sells exchange available in all 0 the principal cities of the United O O States and Europe. Collections 0 0 promptly attended to. o O Transact general banking business. 0 O Directors: J. A. Creighton, Oma. 0 ha; G. W. Stapleton, A. H. Barret, E . D. Levitt. S. V. Kemper, T. M. 0 0 Ho Igens, J. O. Hodgens. o 0 Corner Main and Park Sts., Butte. 0 o 0 000000000000000 0000000000 00000000000000000000000000 0 0 FIRST NATIONAL BANK 0 0 0 0 BUTTE, MONTANA 0 0 0 0 Capitol Stock . $200,001.09 8 O 0 0 0 G Andrew J. Davis, President. o 0 James A. I'albot, Vice President. 0 0 E. W. Weirick, Cashier. 0 o George Stevenson. Ass't Cashier. 0 O 0 0 0 o Buys and sells Foreign Exchange o 0 and issues Travelers' Lectters of 0 0 Credit, available in all parts of the 0 O world. 0 0 0 00000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000 0 0 0 W. A. Clark. J.. Ross Clark. 0 0 0 W. A. CLARK & BRO. 0 BANKERS 0 o o 0 Transact General Banking Business 0 0 Buy gold dust, gold bars, silver 0 0 bullion and local securities. 0 0 0 O Boxes for rent in safe deposit 0 o vault. 0 0 Sell exchange available in all of 0 the principal cities of the United 0 0 States and Europe. 0 0 0 0 Special attention given to collee- 0 0 tions. 0 0 0 o ALEX J. JOIHNSTON, 0 0 Cashier. 0 00000000000000000000000000 00C0000000C000000000000000 0 0 o DALY O BANK AND TRUST COMPANY 0 OF BUTTE o o Established 1882 Incorporated 1901 0 0 0 0 Capital... $100.000.00 0 0 o o General o 0 -- - 0 JOHN D. RYAN........ President 0 o JOHN R. TOOI.E..Vice President 0 0 C. C. SWINIORNE...... Cashier 0 R. A. KUNKEL.....Asn't Cashier 0 0 a 00000000000000000000000000 prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz.: David Jones, of Anaconda. Mont.. Walter Stay ton of Anaconla, Mont., John O. Allen of Anaconda. Mont.; William R. Allen, of Anaconda, Mont. GEORGE D. GREENE, Register. A FIRE WORKS R All kinds of Fire Crackers, Tea, Rice, Silk and Fancy Goods. Mail orders promptly filled. Wah Chona Tat Co., 15 W. Mercury Ilox 1042, Butte, Mont.