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STATE VERSUS SMITH New York, June 14.-Justus Smith was charged, just 37 years ago, with having t "drop too much," and was arrested,. There is reason to believe that Justus reformed; that years ago lie went where the goodl Smiths go, but unfortunately for his mem ory that charge on the official records has just been expunged. It was oni June 14, 1865, that Smith was arrested by Police man (;ustave VanKirk. lie was arraigned befiore PI'ce Justice IHogan in the ()Ild iTombs police court. and for somec reason the case was held for further examination by the police justice, who has since became a magistrate. Smith failed to appear when the case was again called, but a lmentorallnllnm of DOCTOR YUNG WING CHINESE SCHOLAR FIRST OF HIS COUNTRYMEN TO RE CEIVE A DEGREE FROM AN AMERICAN INSTITUTION. 1 ) s,\Of( IT i ll p i 's 1 San ll r :ll sco, June 14. DI octor \n'tll W\ing, a hitinese scholar and a mtian .i letters who has iplayed a sonmewhat cot Spicnions Iiart it the afftairs of his, coutry during tile pastl few d ecades wtas an.. ig the piasse.ters on the steamter Gaelic which reached phrt yesterdal:y fromnt the iren'. Ioactor YitnI. \sho , is a iiman f advilancedl age. .sas; th, t irst of his countrymellln to re _iis i a 'gr ee from all .American instittiil. tiii of l lillt g, being a graduate of \al.'; collegeh' in the class oi f 18 t. Sinice tl;;it tine i', has won (lq ite a lit te proInttinenci , first throtughl his, eltfirts; to edutcite tilthe youtth of his, c utntry, later las a mtuihlr of theu a hinte~ ditluhtu:atic cttrl, :.t \\ ;atl ingtti n and i s ori e rl t''ntly' as t! tt \iltiin (i ;t itllriga i among lit ia l Chinejl . ' t hlitJl C're itte a sverr;ll i ,r ntlh' Srn.lrlth, I , th ill thi. C,,tultry all i:l It ' Itsctor \ tt11 g \\ tin is ot el r t sll in ! t',1 hi., hose to Ilartla , I ,r the fl rst tui e since his unfortuntat.' txperimel in I'' king. 1h" was unttilling to talk about hi, al venture or shout ( hi"ese allairs. FORM A BOOT BLACK'S UNION Eight Hundred Members Join the Union in New York City. fI , t . « , n, l1% 1 I'IS . I New York. June 14.---lAbsohltely the newest thllC Il Tirgeanized labor is Newi York Shi t'iPli.shers' Lion No. t. which has just I,,Un fora'i , ' ith a embeiurlhip of N.o 'h e ut ini-ni ;ts gave their pledge to p ,st conspicuuutly c :rd, announcio; f,(es of five cent, fer a "-hine" an1l tell cent for a ".olish." Resolutiion, 5ere- adopttedi calling upon the city council to have all the stalnds, closd at 2 p. ill. n Suntday. and recom mending a training school for rising young hIoothlatcks. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. On June 2-1 evenings. the dis tinguished artist,. Kathrytn Kiddler, will ap pear in a grand revival of I)avil (;arrick': immortal coiedy, "The Country Gir'l," at the Broadway. This will be the most no table event of the present theatrical sea son. The sale of seats rill commnience on, Friday., June 20. Prices, 25 cents to $1.50. On account of tilhe great interest alrea.ly malnifested int thlis engagenicllt and the large numlber of itilnuiries at the box othice it has betn dlcidled that applications fot seats made before the opening of the sale will he filed in the order of their receipt. Free list positively snuspended for thbis e gagement. BROADWAY THEATRE I). P. SUTTON, rbANAOGIR. Phone 25. Cor. Eroadway and Montana , Nights " Friday Matinee • Beginning Thursday, June 12 LINCOLN J. CARTER'S Latest and Greatest Effort. ,TWO LITTLE WAIFS IA PLA'Y TO ILEASI. EVERYBODl)Y. A PL'AY YOU W\'1.I. RI;.11MI:1MIiR. A revclation in story, plot, cast and sc-ite. 'he Hudson River by Moonligit The Illumiinated Toy Store. The L'ndcrground Dive. The Little Church Around the Corner. !Prices $1,00, 75c, 50c, 25c Oune Night Only--Tuesday, June 17th. IMR. RICHARD MANSFIELD W\1'itl his entire company anl complete original production ill Beaucaire \n or'iginal comedy in five acts by Booth Tarkin-ton and Evelyn (Greenleaf Sulherland. P!rices-$3.0O, $2.50, $2.00, $1.50, $1.oo, andlit 50. . S"'e List .utspended this Engagement RAND Butt"'s Finest Theater , . aoe . Marks, Managers. i None 351 TONIGHT I Rest of \Veek, Matinee Saturday ::inhattan Companiy in the Spec tacular Melodrama, 'ROM SIRE TO SON" "::> played by )ollie and Miltot No. :!.tr prices--25c, Soc, 75c. .y: "Mouth of the Cannonu' the postponed examlatilon haIts rellnlhld ever since, for June 14, in tile 'Tomb:. court, Chief Clerk Lewis finally handed the old slip utp to Magistrate Zoller. Just at that time Magistrate flogan walked into the courtroom aind iihe ll Magistrate Zol ler smiled over the police court relic. "(all that case uip," salwi Magistrate Zoller. "\Where's the cntlmpilnant ' "Dead." responlded ( Court I'olicentan ('ok. "V'niihtskirk h:ts Iien deild for i I year. 'The defendant is dhadl. tooi. I atiittlded the ifuni ralis of ioth." M;lni.Iriate Zoller .siunied his judlicial aspect aniild said : " IThle ase againt Jistius Smith, chargerd with Ihing inthxi'te/hd and diiioriherly. .lute I . i..i, iis dismissredl." REGULAR OFFICERS WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE THEY MEET AT THE HOME OF MRS. CARRIE CHAPMAN-CATT AT BEN SONHURST, LONG ISLAND. New Y ,rk . ii . . "I h' lational Ilitic't of il \\' in; is Su.ll l. t' ;as ci-i tiin who halve bIeIn hohling a hlii ,.,i s''sion ai, i the Ihm e ofI tlnh presidcut.C Car li C (I h p iani (c';i t at c li ; huri. '. I., ll pllan for the woirk iof the corni.ng v.r,. hatve :loptl rsolutions rejoicinig over the progr', ain:Ile receiintly in the hngal rtht's of ntoI tnI il ill Ire t parti of tihe wi rhlc . leferi ingii toi the faC t tha;i t national ,t, ,I rige his jJust ni-een gri litiid it tthei ;71 ;. iii \t lIt11 i of Austra liai, y a practically n mlhi!n, mlloil, volt' of bolth h ,.ou e' 1,f the ' federal pa:rli;ii nt, the t iiuial boairI haddedi "We believe the - 1m0'111, of ."umeria are Inot I Cnferior I tiih,.i l u ouii trai a i ill, tic, amI chivalry." Flurt her noec:in for jubilition w:is foutnd in the ait'li, of l;s,,.ithui, tt. lutkinig miothers eil li guiardia of thti' r iinotr t hilrei 11ith Ih' lath r,, of M\ ,j land, in admitting wIVni,'11 to thei bar .. i ill tl t. lVI t'l'll pal'-.:1};." hIv lmalnl oIlher+ ,t:it., of aws .illarging ill,- Ier,, t, ..al a I proI, till' ight, ,, wl ntslIil .\1111,1114 IIth,, w lt u1 llc l Ih 'r "in i 1 l 'lre!. S "n it . lun hali , L.ail;t ( !,1 ', ni K nt~iiucky, .\Ir-. II. I. ' ilo . u' I hi, ; Kat- i. I- riu n,,Su . of l.nuiville anii i I 'ltn, .iill1 wal h w, 11( I'C inl* lc. li . NEWS STORIES BRIEFLY TOLD I'AORTI. i. ) 'Ihe im rtc cr. il grain ai's ail, d , lii, yi,l tlrdat y lof $l iii tthe larges ' a it v r tallll llilil c e l n in at I'rtla orniu g doi' Irat ya the p1111psin deparhi' 'cnt itl. Kil hll , hilt i, lille, ti ter . (IIof the lahy N .aA.I1kin, ico(prly t.I tly. Other portionS fli tlhell lten' ivl iie sta lil ofli's l t tililhiiii;il ' I liflt rr tlril'llttill".lt'wllitl . ai ie l ll utillit .lu ii 11.illl' . l Texas IA ior llad, demoll isheld ltll hiuses l tit dI cSvert ly iiinjured seven person. .ive miles ca.t of here yes tcrdiiy. 'The diistriCt visited by lthe to nid i ik ltld aiid il'lt' Iartic lar i' a ire iStllI i O l til. iitli ci ' ilili iCr (tllIlTIAN.l, Norway. The Social ito cra . ryas ttihat 700 ilen Iwhlio were' wicrklmlg lo the I)under Allenen road, havy g.nit, on l trikel anid tlit stropis ha:lve fore coallsd oult to l presert. e order. ('I.IV''I I.\N - A. '. pe of l i strikers city :a, giveni the Weroler R& esterve university $Iilo,,,e . (ohe monlcey will be used to pay iir extensive im rovet mentsi tharie sihave julst lbeen mtilade ini the iollege buildingr . \\.\.SlIIN iTIoN -The New York milmli hIers o th e home f rerese of atie weture lorst lt e tee h.uouse l Icoittenhe c mitof tle iof iritaiOi, 'Wtlliat aroIask foir an propriati tohat ver the delieitcd aof ihly uttiffalo exposition. I.(NI)Oi I Allt ic di ler o of weclcn was g'ivens I.t nliht to General osibeph t rhecl r 11. (l'vFranthe Isnew Grateful. gtnral, and ex ('iongressmanil English fi I liana, t which imark representative American s ast dil rmat a r al diatch rt.ou P(' Y t't in order t \yo olhnlet llrteyen tle ho.urd o~f trade last night laised re+solhioni thankiinlg liy lloMingt I'rpresient atioosev il aictires fr their et S orts in the recent ringar- the a e disf aste irri, a ti streetill alsri thanoulk igbe iresidlent R tevelt for his kively co lpl ration. lHA.'l'l.TIMlOl:. ;ld. The United States training ship t'hesapelake, which rain igr.tld ont Taylor's Island yesterday, was flated las night Shni j at caci cued anf tl is supposedtl to have profacts. d n her cruise on the first, second and third classes of naval cadets I.O)UISVIII.I, Ky.--At yesterday's ses sion of the Knights and la lies of Se curity, the qlestiln of selecting a place for holdaving the next hieklins care of. reconsidered and St. Louis was chosen. The convention adjourned sie die. IIL NT'IN(GTION, W. Va.--The strikers al rag the Norfolk & Western arc losing ground rapidly. At Alcrmnan, Indian Ridge and Coopers, probably i,ooo miners, whio had been out on a strike since Mon day. returned to work yesterday against the pleading of the agitators. LA)NDON--In the course of a lecture last flight before the tRoyal Institution of (;re't Britain, William Marconi an nounced that he had invented a highly sensitive' magneticl drtector of electric waves, by which it was possible to read 30 wors per minute in wireless telelraphy, France Is Grateful. New Y"ork, Jtlnc t4.-it has been sug gested here, says a Herald dispatch from Paris, that in order to commemorate the sympathy shown by President Roosevelt and the United States in the recent Mar tinique disaster, a street of Paris should be named Rue de President Roosevelt, a plate being affixed at each end of the street recording the facts. Girls, remember that a husband worth having is worth taking care of. MOItE TOUUBLE FOR ' IRISH DEFENDANTS .------ LORD DEFREYNE BRINGS AN ACTION AGAINST A NUMBER OF THE IRISH PARLIAMENTARY PARTY. SEEKS AN INJUNCTION, ALSO HEAVY DAMAGES John Redmond Frankly Admits That This Is the Biggest Move on the Part of the Landlords Againct the National Move ment-Dublin Cast'o Is Said to Be an Active Ally in the Cases. I)ublin, J.ute l. -At the instance of I.orld I)efreynr. a writ has henc issuled against a mimibr of the Irish parlianmen tary party on a charge of conspiracj withtt hr tetaIt trlbthlles of thIe )efreyne estate, Rosc,,t1n1iniin county. Aitnnig thic dfetndati. are John Red mttu I, .o1n I)ilhio , \Villiaim J. ()'lrien, J. (;. Swift Mlaceill. ('omller ()'Kelly andl the. ieirlcrs of the .stallding conlmittee of thle I 'itnil Irish, lraglc, which includes .lichael i)avitt aitd a mntlber if the fornm erf fml'mbe#rs of" |p;rliameti'l. TIhr iFre,, ,1ma1 Ji)Irital is-also a defelnd t. I.rdI tl-frryt seeks a,, intjutnction atlld slaitiag;,- . A Itigi thrr thirty writs have ,beent isi.tld. Th' aitii,, i- really taki-n by the Land I*rils ;ai,i,)cialt io, al d it is the heIl rii i ng of ;i rtrlIgglh Of thi- original landlords againist tie t nitid Irish leagh.t, which it is feared isill II, sever ;raid far reachi g, asn the huielllis ]ha ¢e amlc' backing. It Is Big Move. John hlallllN d ill an interview in th." hiii,lis if c li ii Is lstl Ili llt, fran, kly ad iitte.. that this is;s tle lingj'est mone tlhe l:, llriiei, with the iuoltli rt of Ituhlin cs thi. h:l yvt miildertaknc, againt the Irish N ti oal i II eli, it. ..,ltillill;] I:.lll\tflt'll|l. lnk )(. y P t Ih. saidI h,. raarh'd th- ),'fr tyne action r1 evidh 1c' i f e." ,giitiihnt 0" the f;i-t titat hiii, itt'.ipt iif .lr. \\y hlliaI1m, chief s· e ro - tary If rn-1;huh. t, si,1"u-.re." the I itited Irish h'.t i , hald faii ld nild lthat in his iiniid ther- iw~i t uIiht that hIuhlint cal tie ia. l iia tive ally iu the pr'os, cutions. \\ illian. mIi,, li . lames I iKl.ly. Pat ti-k ()trih'i. J.lihn lhivdin. Sir Thomas Ii,,ni,-h,. hatrick MAeliu:gh iti, smite o" the hi--t kn .,n ipriests in Ii h leil are also tn, the d f(niiiatlts ii the ;,it.itin of liii hlcirriete. BARON SHIBUSAWA FINANCE LEADER ONE OF JAPAN'S GREAT MEN AR RIVES IN NEW YORK AND HAS MUCH TO SAY. II .S.,oti.ii i liis..I New York. June 14.-liarln Sthiiusawa, a leadler of iiance in Japani whose posi tion in his native couitntry ais a financier icrretpolndll to thiat if the Marquis of Ito il statecraft, has. arrived here from Phil adelphia. IThe baroln, who is on a tour of the worhl, is many times a tmillionaire, and at the head of 40 corporations in his nIative country, was met at the railroad station in Jersey City by malny of the proulinent ilenrllcers of the Japalnese col ony here. Iater, at his hotel, the barotn, througll hIis interpreter, expressed sur prise at the great advlanceilent of the I 'nitilde States as her haid seen it on his travels fromii San Francisco I t l this port. lie had hbeer specially interested in Chi ;cagio anld l'Pittsbiurg anid tihe locomootive works in Philalirlphia., Ie considered the progress of thei Inited States tlue to the great riaterial force of the people. "iThe adv'ainr ctient f Jarpan," lie said, i, dtie to the A:\irican Ipeole. "Japan has taken the liiteld Statesa for hlier irnolel. "'lie United States is tihe great est coiiritry ill tlhe world, and Japan, new Japan, is followini 111 lher footsteps." At tlihe invitation of the piresident, the Iharott and his party will visit tihe \White houe Monday. lit will then retutrn to this ctty, from which he iwill sail for 'lngla d on tile i Oci alic. COLONEL DENNIS HAS FINISHED LECTURING iniperial Defense Part of a Uniform Tariff System for All British Colonies. [Iiii Lssscil.Virll: IRI S-;.] L.ondon. Juhie 14.-Cloltneil De)nnis hiat closed iris series of ailddresses in tlhe LUnited KingrIont on a tariff for imperial rdefernse by a speech before tile L.ondonl cauilnber of conllnterce, ill wliich lie an nouniced that lie represeinted the IBritish Emnlpire league of Canada and had accomi. plished Ili. ipuirlpose. "'this has been to raise tile qluertion of British tarilTs for de ftense. 'TIhe stlubject has beeIl iliscussed in parliamenert nd has bIeeni taken up by tile, piress lthrouighout tile kiingdoml. "The doniiiion minisiters will ibe in EnIgland next week, he says, and the responsibility of cirrying the question into anll imperial con ference or of dropplinlg it alihogether will Ine theirs, niot ours. Cigar Makers Organize. .Isi- [.\I . to Ilr S n OITr IAi IN.i Livingston, June 14. -Local cigarimakers ha\ve organized a branch of thlie Interna tional Cigarmakers' ulnion. with a charter Inemnlbershipl of Ir. Polioi\\ing are officers elected i Presideit, Jale.,l Iucklei ; vice president, William Deani; treasurer, Ed. Ebert-; corresplonding and financial secre tary, Joseph Falk. Lively in Gardiner. Livingston, June I4.--Under Sheriff Mc Donald is on duty at Gardinler this week. Gardiner has Ieconie a lively town since railroad construction on the park branch extension was started. Last Sunday tllorn lug there were eight fist fights before breakfast, six of them resulting inl black eyes. PARLIAMENT LOOKING AFTER THE SHIPPING rRY ASHOCIATED PRES..] London, June 14.--In shipping circles the formation of a house of commons committee, with the object of looking after urgent shipping questions in parliament, is regarded as a movement'of a distinctly satisfactory character. Sir Charles Cayser, chairman of the comnmittee, and Colonel.at.pner, deputy chairman, sit on the government side of the house, but Walter Runeiman, honorary ,ecretary, is one of the most pronounced of the younger men in the radical ranks. The clear suggestion is therefore that present differences are to be, as far as pos sille, forgotten in the effort to enlighten parliament on tae subject of the British hipling industry; NEWS FROM JAPAN COMES BY STEAMER BRITISH AND GERMAN MINISTERS NOTIFY JAPANESE GOVERNMENT ACCEPTING THE HOUSE TAX. isY AS.uOCIAT 1U PIREiS. l'okio, May 26, via ban Francisco, June S4.--It is announced here that Sir Claude lMaclD)onald., British minister, and Count sl, Arco-Valey, the German minister, have notified the Japanese government that ihcir respective governments have ac iipted Japan's offer of arbitration of the house tax polrtion of the treaty property lllestion while urging submission there of all the remaining points in the revised tr.aly which are in doubt. Ja:pan, however, 'is said to lie firm in declining to extenl the scope of arbitra tion. England. tGermany anl France are .nw included in the foreign parties to arbitratioi. America not being included, bLut coimling in for the hinefit.. unlllder the lmost Iasorerl nation clause. 'I'ih Ncthterlhiill.. government has signi lied its intl ntion of Cnot joining in ari tration' , but abiding by its decision. 'h' questc ionl which foreigners here de lr't settled is the ,utestioll of the right of Japi Ian to tax treaty property: that is, prloperty exempted from taxation biy spe cial treaty. Th'y are not likely to have the whole ,ucestion. settIled at this time, buit consider+ that a divilded victory has been scored by securinfg arliitratiolt ont a portion of the vexeld qluestiltn. The lijpancse Itar association has dle. cided that the house tax is rightly taxable in foreigners residing in the treaty reser vat i tons. Texas Bucket Shops Close. Austirn, Tcx,. June 4.. -As the result of a decision rendered by the court of criminal appeals, Third district, affirming the judgmilent of the lower court in the case of Ilarvey Fullerton of (;reenville, convicted of operating a bucket shop or dealing ill futures, every bucket shop in the state will have to close, it is said. IRRIGATION BILL PASSED THE HOUSE OVERWHELMING MAJORITY OF THE LOWER HOUSE OF CONGRESS FAVORS THE MEASURE. \\Vashington, JutneU t4.-The house yes terday pas;sedl the irrigation bill by a vote of 1(16 to 55. lManly amendmenlts were ofuered but only one, except those offered by the colmnmittee, was adolpted. It was of it minor character. The bill has already lcpased the senate. The friends of the mlI;leasure greeted the announcemenlt 1of its pI:la'-;.nl with a round of lpplaluse. lhe hill as passed creates a rechlmatiln Illl from1 the sale of public 'lands in \rizoa, California, tColoradoJ, Idaho, Kan .al,. Mntana, Nebraska. Nevada, New \I, Die, . North )Dakota, ()klahoma, ()re g,,. South Dakota, I tah, \\'ashington amp \\.*,~niing, less the amount paid to local I:t111 .ltices and 5 per ccent due the state lodller existing laws for educational pur p.s,, the reclamatiton fund to be used t,,r tile ronlstruction ;anld ainltelnance of irrigation works in the states and terri t,'ries enulerated. Provision is made for the paymenI'll t out of the treasury iof ally delficincies in the allowances to agricul tuIral colleges owing to this disposition of public lands. 'The. secretary of the interior is author i/Itd to1 examine, survey and conistrutct the irrigation works andl report the cost thl roof to congress at each session. Sec tion 4 provides for the letting of con trncl.s fur the works contemplated in see tiojis when tile necessary funds are avail able in the reclamation fund for such section. Section s provides that "no right to the Iuse of water for land in private ownelrship shall be sold for a tract ex cIding i6o acres to any one land owner, andI no such right shall permanently at t:ch until all payments therefor are mI1:ne1 and no such sale shall he made to any land owner unless he be an actual b,nal fide resident on such land or oc cailant thereof residing in the neighbor hid of said land." Section 6 authorizes the secretary to use thei reclamation fund for the operation andl maintenance of the irrigation work. Section 8 requires state control over wa ters of non-navigable streams such as are used151 in irrigation. Glendive Has Much Wool. srelt'/AI, 'o INT'E: MO I'NTAIN.1 (lendive, June 14.-Although the shear ing season has just lbegun, the clips are rouin.g in rapidly. The wool warehouse is not yet completed and the fleeces are heing stored In boxcars, 'there already be ing 40 loaded cars on the sidetracks, It is estimated that in the neighborhood of 6,0ooo,oo pounds of wool will be shipped from Dawson county this year, and that more than half of that amount will be shipped from this point. In taking the step the shipping members of the house of commons are in no wise to be accused of developing a strikingly orig inal line of action. The church party and the service mem bers have had their ow9 parliamentary committee for a long time past. It is sig nificant, however, that all the members of this new committee look upon the North Atlantic combination in the light of a real danger to England's shipping industry. It is stated that the promoters of the British combination in opposition to the Morgan syndicate will not take any further action until the arrival of Sir Wilfrid laurier and Minister Tarte in this country. FIRE STEAMER'S DRIVER INJURED WHAT WAS EXPECTED TO BE A REC ORD RUN PREVENTED BY THE OVERTURNING OF ENGINE. (lY ASSO('IATED PILSS.] New York, June 14.-In making what was expected to be a record run to a fire in lower First avenue, a fire engine was overturned at Great Jones street and the Bowery and Edward D. Murphy, the driver, who was strapped to his scat, was prob ably fatally injured. Captain John Walker and Gerhardt Webber, engineers, who were riding on the step in the rear were hurled to or 15 feet and severely hurt. It was slippery when the engine made a short turn out of Great Jones street, .where the department is situated. \\hen the off horse of the three drawing the apparatus reached the tracks of the Fourth avenue car line, he slipped and fell, car rying the others with him. The engine careened and then tumbled over on its side. Murphy had no chance to escape. ()One of the straps which hell hin o to the seat broke. bitt as he was carried over by tile falling engine, lie be camtle partially pinnied under one of the fronlt wheels. It was with much difficulty that the wheel was jacked up and the driver re leased. Disease From Handling Money. It1' Asso ArtInI Prit:e s.1 ('hicagoa June 14.-Erysiplelas, con tracted by handling money in which the disease germ was lurking. has nearly caused the death of Thomas J. Noonan, treasurer of the Illinois theater. Dr. Theo dlore Koessel says that the young man's affliction was caused by a bacillus erysipe las, which made its way from a piece of money to Noonan's finger and later foundt lodgment ill the victim's nostrils, where a slight abrasion gave it field for operation. The young main lay at the point of death fotr several hours, but has passed the crisis anld probably will re. cover. WANT ADS. WANT AD. RATES. IFuneral asld death notices, fraternal snc;ety notices, entertainment notices, cards of than..s. to cents a line each insertion. Help wanttr. situationst wanted, houses and rooms, real estate, etc., 15 words or less, ti cents; 16 to 2o words. 2o cents; at to a2 words, z5 cents. No discount for additional insertions. Personals, fortune telling, palmists, proprle. tary remedies, 3 cents a word each ilner. tiotn; $2.oo per month per line. ANSWERS TO ADVE\' TISEMENTS Addressed care the Inter Mountain and left at this office, should always be inclused in sealed envelops.. IP' stamp is required on such letters. The Inter Mountain will not be responsible for errors in advertisements taken through the telephone. HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. Dinner tomorrow at Southern hotel. Dan Tewey, proprietor- age. The most abundant meal of best-cooked food for ouc. As much as you want of any and every dish, a.l for asc. Try one of our dinners and be convinced that it it the be.. on earth for t.ie money. --SO U P Clam Chowder. -FISH- Fried .Lake Trout, Shoestring Potatoes, Codfish in Cream, Montana White Fish, --BOILED- .anm Hocks and Cabbage -ROAST Prime ('Cut of Beef. l'an Gravy, Shoulder of Mutton wit* Currant Jelly. -EN'I'REES Stewec. Beef, Spanish Baked Meat Pie, Macearoni and Cheese, Boiled Rice with California Peaches. -VEGETABLES Mashed Potatues, Ssgar Corn, Lima Beans. -DESSEIR ' Blucbecry and Custard Ples, Tapioca 'udding, Cream Sauce, Belle Fleur Apples and Oranges. --SPttiIlA LS.. At 4:30o Beefsteak, Cold Meats, Pickled Tripe. GO TO THE. YORK CAFE FOR meals ; reasonable prices; homemade bread; private rooms for ladies. 54 E. Broadway. SITUATION WANTED, WANTED-WORK BY TIIE DAY OR children to care for. Inquire 304 W. Granite. WANTED-AGENTS. WANTEDI-A TRAVELING SALES tman on commission; side line. Address Farrant Glove Manufacturing Co., 276 278 Valencia St., San Francisco, Calif. AGENT WANTED-LADY OR ;GEN tleman; must be good canvasser. 34 3 East Park. WANTED TO RENT. WANTEI)-FURNISIIEI) HOTEI. TO rent, country town or business place. Reliable party. Address R. C. C., litter Mountain. FOR SALE. FOR SALE-GREAT SACRIFICE. TWO lots in Silver Bow Park, at $zoo less than the regular price. Perfect title. We must sell these lots in the next few days. Charles L. Smith & Co., 33 \Vest Granite street. COLLECTIONS. BUTTE ADJUSTMENT COMPANY LUL. lects bad bills; try it. Its North Main. MISCELLANEOUS. 6888 RHEUMATIC CURE-GUARAN teed. PROF. NISBETH, MASSAGE, HYDRI. atic water and electric treatments. Swedish movements cure. Parlors 3-4, King block. WE BUY, SELL, EXCHANGE, RE. pair new and second-hand household goods, sewing miahines a specialty; try us. E. Side Second-Hand Store, 23g and a37 E. Park st., Butte. 'Phone 66oA. SECOND-HAND GOODS BOt.GHT and cold; freight paid to neighboring towns. Oechsli, 124 West Park. 8888 KIDNF.Y AND LIVER CURE Guaranteed. WANTED-PURCHASER FOR A to. room house, which we can sell for $ioo down and the balance on payments of $40 per month. Here is a chance to become a property owner. Consider this offer. Chas. L. Smith & Co., 33 West Granite street. FOR SAI.E-8888 HEADACHE CURE cures powder smoke headache, neu ralgia, sick headache, or aches or pains in any portion of the body. Ask your druggist for them. WANTED AT INTER MOUNTAIN Good clean cotton rags. THE MONTANA TRANSFER CO. IS TIHE larges. and most thoroughly equipped outAt in the city snd will give you best service. Office s WVest Broadway. Telephone, aj; i'ostoffire Box, 763. PALMIST. I'ATIIWAY TO SUCCESS. DR WITH. ington, palmist. Wash. blk., over P. O. MAZIE, PALMIST-READING soc. YOU can consult me personally or by mail. Send lck of hair and date of birth. 216 S. Idaho. CARD REIADING.; a2,, zt6 S. IDAHO. W A N T E D--A THOROUGHLY EX iperienced man in a real estate office. Address M. A.. care Inter Mountain. WANTED-BOYS. A. D. T. COMPANY. MEDICAL. MONTANA VlAVI CO., ROOM 312 Goldberg buildiuo.. We treat success fully al diseases of women, catarrh, stonmach and bowel complaints. Con sultation free. (Olice hours a to 5 pi tc. FOR RENT. FURNISHED ROOMS. FO)R REN' - FUL'RNISIIED ROOMS and mboard: home cooking. 18 East Copper. Butte. FOR RENT--EI.EGANITL'.Y FURNISII cd front roonl, private family, bath, electric lights. 532- East Park. FI;RNISIIED ROOMS FOR GENTI.E. men: neatly furnished for housekeeping. lerms reasonable. 61o F. Park. N'I,\'I.Y FIURNISHIED ROOMS, SI gle and en suite. Sherman Ilouse. FOR RENT- FURNISIIED ROOMS, COM. plete for houseckeepiug. a Wes\\t Galena street. HOUSt-S. .(i1 t- I "- DIi.'" ?"ffTI"'l [L .i at 8oo \Vest Park. Inquire No. ., South Excelsior avenue. iFOR RIENT-Tlf ,.E-ROOM FLAT; moderln; at 626 \V'eIt Broadway. TO RENT-S.'BSTA.i:\'lAL IUILD ing, o by 80o feet. for store, storehouse or factory. H. J. Illume. FOR RENT-PAI.ACE .I\'VERY STA ble and lodging house on South Main street. Aceommodations for 5o horses. lodging house eontainS 18 rooms partly furnished,. Slenons & Ihooth. Rooms I, a and 3, Silver Iow block. PERSONAL I.A )IES: L SE ()1'lR HARMLESS remedy for delayed or suppresseL period : it cannot fail. Trial free. Paris Chemical Co.. Milwaukee, Wis. AN YONE IKN\OWING (OF T1IIE whereabouts of Emma Zimmerman will conlfer a favor upon I.ester Zinmllermlan by comnunicating with him at Fargo, North Dakota. TI E PARTY WIHO) TI OOK PEARL handled silver knobbed silk umbrella from ladies' dressing room at Columbia (;ardens on Miners' union day had bet ter return samlle to to this oIHce to avoid trouble. MONEY TO LOAN. IOANS-MONEYI To I.OAN Al' 8 PI':R cent : no delays. Ilall Brothers, 48 East Broadway, Butte. Montana. MONEY TO) IOAN - JACKMAN & Armitage Co., Ilirhour block, N. E. cr ner Main and Broadway. ASSAYERS. G;iORG:L H. SE:E.---ASSAY\ER AND chemist. No. r \V. Broadway, Butte. JOHN R. BAPTY.-ASSAYER AND chemist, ssy Hamilton St., Butte. CARPET CLEANING. N'EST SIDE 'LEf.LTRIC CARI'PEt .' iN ing Co., 13o \V. Broadway. Telephone 867A. CARPET CL.EANING-G. E. SIIAI.E. Mgr., Mont. and Porphyry. 'Tel. 669-M. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY. RANCH FOR SAIl':.-3.o ACRES OF good hay land in close vicinity to Butte. Apply to room 65, lHennessy hiulding FOR SAI.--NEW lODGING HOUSE, South Side, long lease and chealp rent. This is a money maker. Investigate. Reynolds & McDowell, 46 E. Broadway. HORSE AND CARRIAGE. FOR SAI.LE-A FIRS'I'-CL.ASS BUGGY horse, harness and butggy. Inqulire .tl \Vest I'ark street. FOR SALE--IIORSE AND P'IIAET'IN, Spider pthacton and safe family horse. Mr& Jessie C. Knox, box 1o34. FURNI1 LIRE. GREAT MOVE BY A BIG BUSINESS into a large store; largest of its kind in the entire West. The Butte Exchange Furniture company will move into the five-story building now occupied by the Kennedy Furniture complany, No. 20 West Broadway, about July rat, and will occupy the entire building and prepared to handle your household goods and fur niture any way you want it. Buy, sell, exchange, pack and ship. Particular attention to storage. Two floors will be set aside for this purpose, giving you the safest and cleanest storage in the city. Trunks and boxes, 5oc per month ; three for $r.oo. BUTTE EXCHANGE FURNITURE CO. J. CHAUVIN, Mar.