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MANFIELD'S COOL RECEPTION
Butte's Socity Turned Out to See the Great Actor, But Nan Byxbee Declares There Was Very Little Enthsiasm. Hlandsome stage settings and the luster of a great name do mIuch to disarm just criticism, but Mansficld's Beaucaire last night, despite the dramatic fame of the star and the literary pre-eminence of lhnoth Tarkington, did not give the satisfaction that was expected. The play was received rather coldly. Trivial inconsequential lines were made the opportunity for elaborate declamation The character of the audience for the climaxes and the dellnoutllnet falls force less and flat because of absence of lead or ant:rclimax. There are a great cany strong situations and darltmatic ele ments in the book lBeaucaire which seem not to have been grasped by the dramatist. Mansfield probably made the very best of his lines, lie indeed seemed at times to be aware of the deficiencies of the play and sought to compensate by superlative fervor consequently overacting. Handsomely Garbed. The membners of the company were hand somely garbed and the insemble was beau tiful to look upon, but there scented to Ie no excuse for the presence of half the play ers, and according to the demands of the RICHARD MANSFIELD. play, not a few of the idle figure-hteads were superfluous. They probabhly would have conlstituted a good support had they had anything in the way of lines or situa tion to support with. The heroine, Lady Mary Carlisle, hy Ethel Mollison, was a nonentity, owing to the defective construction of the play Miss Mollison was charmingu in appear. ance aid imanner amid evinced talent for graceful and comprehensive acting, but her DAN ARMS APPOINTED REGISTER ATMISSOULA DANIEL ARMS. SPIP.CIAL TO INTER MIOUNTAIN.] office at Missoula, and William R. Lo Washingtton, June 18.-The president gan, to be Indian agent at Fort Belknap. yesterday sent to the senate the names of Daniel Arms, to be register of the land Mr. Arms is well known throughout ...eITY WATER... Pipes Are Now Laid Over the Entire McQUBEN ADDITION Lots are still selling at the same price, $175. New Terms $25 cash, balance $10 month. Best op. portunity to make money in Butte. These lots will surely raise when Ferrall Copper Co. start producing. THE THOMPSON e.. Fire lasumac. 15 W. Broadway. Loans, Rentals role was so poorly handled by the drama. tist that she had but little opportunity to draw the sympathy of the audience to the part. Iady Mary's affaire de color with the VWhilons Ilcancire appeared of little import to the audience, wlcen in reality, as the central action of the play, is should have been strongly developed. A Violin Solo. The sitlin solo in act three by Carl Krusada was entirely foreign to the plot but its introduction was gratefully received by the audience for the violinist's sontri bultiso was excellent. Ieautcaire is not a llay notmlrlensurate with Mansfield's abilities. The splendid reputation won in his previous histrionic efforts in dramas more worthy of his fire, stand himn well inl the poor oppor, tunity affolrded him by Iteaucaire. It is to be hoped thlat Itutte will see him again inl a imore worthy role. The ploht is basesd on the adventures of the eccentric and fun-loving Duke of Otrleans, who disguises himself first as a anrber to an Is Enlis.i nobleman fr;end, and later takes the role of ia successful but always fair gnnihler, picks ting sslsnrchalannt ly the sihekkls of a large circle of English notles. lhe sees L.ady Mary Carlisle and falls inl love. Ioldlly etifectinig an entrance to a gran hall ll lie attcmspth to rnert her, but is ejected. Then assuming hisis real character he is instroduced to I.ady Mary as I)uke de ('hareaux, winning her love. A rival effects a delinotieenelt. expouing hlin as the barber and gambler Ieaucaire. lie is carried away woundled, but fulfills Iis plromise to retlrn again at a certain hour a week later. lie retulrins anld wills Lady Mary's consent to elope with him, but at the last itlltmellt appItars in his real character as the great DI)tke of ()rleans, laughing at the discomfiture of his e.nemies anlt! rivals and carrying offT is lady. Many Fashionable People. The audiencee was a fashionable one. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Clark, Jr.. asd Mr. and Mrs. ( harles ('lark entertained iox parties, their guests being: Mr. andl Mrs J. I.. Templeman. I r. and Mrs. W. I. Renick, Mr. and Mrs. I'. Shaw, Misses Viola and Eleanor Hlorgan, Dr. II. M. Ilall and Mr. J. I. C. Thoiritton. Mr. W. W. Wishon antd Mr. and Mrs E. W. Iluckhee occupied a hlx and Mr. (. A. Macfarland was host of a Iix pIarty of eight. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Ilhelett (entertained a box party in coniplinient to Mr. and Mrs. Ross Clark, of Ios Angeles. T'h guests were: Mr. and Mrs. J. A. I.ewis, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. long. Mr. and Mrs. RIsh ('lark Mr. and Mrs. G;oeffrey l.aurier and Mr. asil Mrs. Walter ('lark. NAv " Il ' ill ;r Western Montana, having for six years held the office of county clerk and re corder in Granite county, and more re cently a resident of Butte, where he en. gaged in the real estate and mining busi. hess. Hle was for a time superintendent of the Metz Mining company of Butte and later held the same position with a com pany of his own forming, which is now successfully operating a mine near the Royal Gold Mining company's property in Granite county. Mr. Arnms, accompanied by his wife, will leave for their new home in Missoula in a few days. Souvenirs with eact1 dollar and over spent. Mayer, 65 West Park. o LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that on Friday, July 18, 19o0, a special election will be held in Silver Bow county, state of Mon tana, for the purpose of voting on the an nexation of certain abutting and contigu. ous territory to the city of Butte, in said county, described as follows, to-wit: That certain portion of the northeast quarter of Section 14, Township 3 north "(ange 8 west, of principal meridian of Montana, bounded and described as fol lows: Beginning at the point of intersection of the north line of said Section 14 with the west line of the Empire addition, from which the northeast corner of said Sec tioln 14 bears east 1,509 feet; thence south, 8 degrees 16 minutes east along the west line of the Empire addition .167.3 feet; thence north 78 degrees .e minutes east aloing the south line of the Elnlpire addi tion 111.5 feet; thence south 8 degrees 42 nlinutes east along the west line of the Ilope addlition .18., feet; thence north 73 degrees a minutes east along the southl line of tihe Illpe addition 968.2 feet to the point of intersection with the north line of the Volunteer addition; thience south 66 degrees n mtlinutes west along tile north line of the Volunteer addition 98,.o feet; thence south 3 de greess e minutes east l'llg the west line- of the Volunteer addition 595.6 feet; thence north 66 degrees 42 minutes east cast along the south line ,of the Volun teer addition 053.7 feet; thence south 21 degrees 22 minutes eait along the west line of the I.Lawlr & Kemper addition 446.4 fret; thence soih 69 degrees 6 minutes w:est along thIe north line of the El'mtnet addition 9.4.8 feet: thence south q degrees 40 ntlilnltte cast along the west line of the Emntmet athlitionl 362.t feet; thlence nlorth 67 degrees 13 mntittes cast along the south line of the Emmnlet addition 5..; feet; thence south o degrees I.1 minutes west along the west line of the Excelsior addition i3o., feet; th.lc'e north 82 (degre.es 44 minutes east along the south li(ne o)f the Excelsior addition 22J..0 feetl ti tile east lilne of said Sectlion 14: thence stouth o ,etgreex to minutes east along the east line of said Section I4 5o8.2 feet to tIte soutlh east corler of the northeast quarter of said Section 14: thence we.ot t1 , th' south linle of said notrtheast qlluarter ,f said Sectiolln 14 to the soulthwest corlner; thenc, north along the nest line of the northeast quarter of said Section I4 to the nlorthlwest corner ; thenlc' eat along the ,nrth line of said SectionI 14 t.(l1 feet to the west line of the EInpire addition, the place- of l.vinnin,. The abrste ntelti,Ilte territory to he known as l'recin.t \.nbeit'r ()ne i I . and thIe pollilng place for sail lr'el cinct % ill be in the rear of thle 'ig itutte grocery stor, at 1 to. West I'ark street, withii tlhe limits of said ternitory. Also, that certain portioin of tihe so',th cast quarter of Section 14. 'l (1 1,tship ,4 north, of Range 8 west of the principal ntetidian of Montana, hb nd,,l and de scribed as follohws: li(ginning at the northeast cornelr of the sotittleast qu(nartr of said Sect'ion f:t thence sotlh I Ildegree's to Illllllut ('last 72.6 feet to the nolrtlih.l ne of the SatIrn addition ; thence west aIlong the north line of tile Saturn addlitin 270.1 feet; thence south I J! ft ' : thetnce' south 87 degrees IlmilInttes wtl ailolng the inolrth line of tthe Neptune addlitinIt 50.4 feet; thelnce south ) degrees easr t along tie west line of tilhe Neptune addition 6o0.4 feet; tlhence north 8- degreels o5 minlutes east along tihe south line ,of tile Neptune addition 236.2 feet. to the' cast line of said Section 14: thel'nce outh along thlle cast line of said Sectionll 1 to the south east cIrner of said S.ectitn 14 : thence west alolng the south linel of said Sectioin 14 to tihe southwest cr'cll'r of the solith east quarter of sa;lid Section 1 .: thence north along the west linle of the south east quarter of said Sectiotn 14 to tilhe ntorthwest corner of the soluthe;ast quarter of said Section L4: thence east along the north linle of the southeast iquarter of said Section 14 tl to te northeast corner of the soultheast quarter (of said Sectilon 14 to tile place of leKgInlIng. The alcove-nentlioned terrtory to he known as Precinct NtllUber 'wo (-,), and the pulling place Ior ,said irecinct will hle in the r'ar of 1207 \'est Silver street. within the linmits of said territhry. Also, bcgitulillg 'it tile h(IIlthIwI St cornler of thie northeast allllrte.r of Section i18, TownshiIp 3 tIlorth. Rlantge 8 west. prin cilpal nleridian of Montaltllla: thence north erly along the west line of tIhe northtrast cquarter of said Section IX i.n60 feet. mtore or less. to the south line of lroIad way: tlhence easterly allng tile sluth lille of Broaldway andt its extenlsin I. 3o fecet, ltore or less, to the east lite of the southiwest quarter of tile tnortheast quartec of saidi Section 38; thence southerly nlonII the said east linle of the sotlthiwest Iquarter of tihe northeast quarter of said Section 18 to tile sotthl lillne of tile Inortheast lquarter of said Section 18; thellce west erly along the said sotth line of tie ntorth east qlcarter of said Setion IR .320o feet. more or legs. to the place of iegiIlIing. Thie ahove-menttioned territory to Ie known as Precinct Nunlnber Tlirce (c), andlc the polling place for said precinct will ice in the bIasement of Ultion hall, on Talbot avenue, within thie limnits of saitl territory. The polls for said election will ie open at 8 o'clock in the forenoon and continue open until 6 o'clock ill the afternoon of said day. JOHN WESTON, County Clerk. Silver Bow County, Mont. (First pulicationtl June 17, 10o2.) TREASURY DEPARTMENT, Office Supervising Architect, Washington, D. C. June 7, oo02. SEAILE:D PROPOSALS will be received at this office until 2 o'clock p. m. on the 28th day of July, zgoo, and then opened, for the construction (except ele vators, heating apparatus, electric wiring and conduits) of the United States post office at BUTTE, MONTANA, in accord ance with drawings and specifications, copies of which mtay be had at this office, or at the office of the postmaster at Butte, Montana, at the discretion of the Super vising Architect. JAMES KNOX TAYLOR, Supervising Architect. There Are Always Some Busy Ones. Those who have occasion to write the detective agency or call at their offices for information of any kind always receive the best of advice that can be given by their knowledge and long experience. Why is it that some people will stand to lose jewelry or valuables of different kinds and say nothing about it? Why they do this when they are in a position to get their valuable experience, we do not know. . 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 Gaeatest Clairvoyant and Palmist Different from all others; he tells you the truth, be it good or bad. Locked in mys terious sleep his soul wanders forth into the labyrinths of human affairs, and he tells your hopes, fears or ambitions as from an open hook. All affairs of love, marriage, health, business, property, law suits, mines, speculations, etc. Reunites separated and tells how to gain power of control. So great is his wonderful powers he tells your name and age the moment you call without asking a single question. Fees Greatly Reduced for a Few Days Everything private and confidential. Ilours-9 a. m. to 8 p. m. daily. Parlors 4 and 5 Shodair block . 48 W. Park St. YOUNG MAN Much success in youlr life depends upon a nice appearance. Nothing helps a pleasing appearance n-ore that GOOD TEETH.I If yours need repair work, COME TODAY And let me tell you what your teeth ned and what the cost for repair will be. DR. iAILBRAITIH, oldberg SFIRE WOR1KS A All kinds of Fire Crackers, Tea. Rice., Silk and Fllncy Goods. Mail (,rdIrs promptly filled. Wah Chonl let Co., 15 W. Mercury ilox 104-, lutte, .lMont. $15-Salt Lake--S15. $The Oregon S;hort I.ine railway will op crate the first ipopulr (excursiOn of the sea. ron 1l Salt i.:ike. Saturdy. June a . Trains leave at " :o5 a. tn. and 4:30 p. Ill. lReserve your bIcrths now at y05 North .lain street. I. . \Vilson, general agent. Cheap Excursion vii Northern Pacific Ry. June 7. 8. to, 14 ard 16, round trip ticklis sold to St. Paul, M1innteapo. lis, Duluth. Onaila,. St. Joseph, Council BlulTs atn Kansas City. $42.oo Chicago and interm 'diatc points and return .......... .......... 53.5 0 St. ILouis and intc:iitediate points aond rcturn ......... .... 49.50 Pates also ini e cct to other principal poi Its west of Chli:ago. May 8atti to June 9th round trip tickets to San F:rancisco..... $So.o t ls Angeles and return .......... 6o.o July 4, 5 and 6, S:. Paul and Min niac.polis and re:utrn........... 34,50 August 4 to 0 it clusive: I.os Angeles and return ..........$6o.oo S:ill Francisco and return . . 50.00 For hcrtlih rsers ation anid other infor nation call oil or Nrite: W. H. MERRIMA!;, Gen'l Agt. N. P. tfy., Cor Park and Main Sts., Luttc. $34.50 Summir Excursion East. ThIe CGreatt Nor.hern Railww company will sell round-ltrip tickets to Mitnneapolis for $.14.50, good gi ing Jily 4. 5 . and 6, and goodl retur lrnlrn u: til Scliptember I. Stop ocer allowed at al points on Icturn trip For further information call at Great Northern office, *Iz North Main street, Ilutic. J.E. Dawlon. General Agent. o Talking to Men yOU can buy clothes in scores of stores; you can buy clothes at almost any price-but you know very well how few are the stores in which you have absolute confidence. If it was just a question of price alone, regardless of quality, make and fit, you could drop in anywhere, but clothes that are made merely to sell, are very often the dearest of all clothes. Buy Clothes thaet Fit You We sell two makes only, both at the top .. Stein, Bloch's, and Hart, Schaffner & Marx. Buy Clothes That Fit-- The Best friend the Northwest Ever Had "The Road That Made the Northwest Famous." LWAVSa BDUTTa. For It. Paul and moat, daily ................ ..... p. a. Great Falls local, dally.....:U4 a. a ARRI' U BUTT3. Prom dt. Paul, daily.......:4( p. a. Prom Great Fallb and Hel. ena. daily.......... ... 8: p. a. FULL INaPORMATIO1 FROM City Tloket omo.e, No. 41 North Maine stret; Butte. J. N. Dawson, General &gent. THE TRAIN OF 1902 Ie the ne) "Grnat Western Limited, the most eumptu. ously equipped train run. ning every night between St. Paul and Minneapoll, and Chicago and iHansae City via... Chicago Great Western Railway J. P. ELMER, Ge ereal Passenger Agent. CHICAGO, ILL. Excursion Rates via Burlington Route. The following round trip rates will ap. ply via the Bu lington Route: Omaha, St. Joseph or Kansas City, Mrv 31 and July 4, 5 and 6.... $34.50 Omaha, St. Joseph or Kansas City, June 7, 8, to, 14 and 16........ 42.o0 Chicago, June 7, 8, to, 24 and t6.. 53 So St. Louis, June 7L8' t, r4 and d6.. 49.50 Three routes East via Billings, via St. Paul, via Denver. For further informa tic apply 35 E~.t Broadway, Butte, Mon. tana. I-. F. RUGER, Agent. Here Is YVur Chance. The Gicat Northern Railway company allnnounces the following low-rate excur sions Fast: To St. Paul, Duluth andl Missouri river points and return .......$4 oo00 To Chicago and return ..........53 So To. St. I.ouis and return .......... 49 So On sale June 7. 8, to, 14 and :6. Good returning until September t5. For further information call at Great Northern 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 s8 to June 9, sell round trip tickets to San Francisco and Los Angeles antd return at rates shown above, stop-over allowed both going and returning, final limit 60o days from date of sale. For fur ther particulars call on or address. W. H. MIERRIMAN, Gen'l Agt., N. P. Ry., Cor. Park and Main Sts., Butte, Mont. GREAT NOHTiiWLrI RAILWAY. Saturday and 6unday Excursions. Basin and return ................. $i 5o Iouhldcr and return .......... ... So Alhattbra and return ... . ... a o Good goitg Saturday sond Sunday, re turning Monday. Basin anid return .................Sr oo Ioulder and return ............... oo Good going and returning Sundays only. Ticket office, 4t North Main street and depot. Butte, Mont., May 5, 29o2. 8 Butte. Mont. 0 Capital...... $oo,ooooo a Under state supervision. Five per p0 ent interest, payable quarterly, o Money to Loan on 8 Real Estate 0 p. AUG. HEINZE......President 0 CHAS. R. 1EONARD..Vice Pres 0 A. B. CLEMENTS........Cashier 000000000000000000000000oooooooooooooooooooooooo00 000000000000000000000000000O g STATESAVINGS BANK o John A. Crmlghton...... President 0 3 G. W. Stapleton..:.Vice President o T. M. Hodgens............ Cashi.r 0 J. 0. Hodgens.... Assistant Cashier 0 R. B. Nuckolls... Assistant Cashier 0 - Under state supervlsion and o Jurisdiction. Interest paid on de O posits. a 0 Sells exchange availaule in all 0 the principal cities of the United 0 States and Europe. Collections o promptly attended to. 0 Transact general banking business. Q o Directors: J. A. CreightonOma-. a ; G. W. Sta pleton A H. Barret, SE D. Levitt, VA. V. kemper, T. M. SHo Igens, J. O. Hodgens. 0 Corner Main and Park Sts., Butte. O 00000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000 FIRST NATIONAL BANK 0 0 o BUTTE, MONTANA o o Capitol Stock . . . $2·UNUf o - 0 Andrew J. Davis, President. o James A. Talbot, Vice President. 0 E. .. Weirick, Cashier. o George Stevenson. Ass't Cashier. 8 0 0 Buys and sells Foreign Exchange 0 and issues Travelers' Letters of a Credit, available in all parts of the 0 world. 00000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000 0 W. A. Clark. J. Ross Clark. SW, A. CLARK & BRO 0 BANKERS 0 Transact General Banking Business 0 Buy gold dust, gold bars, silver 0 0 bullion and local securities. 0 0 Boxes for rent in safe deposit 0 O vault. 0 Sell exchange available in all of o the principal cities of the United 0 0 States and Europe. 0 0 Special attention given to collee- 8 0 tions. 0 0 ALEX J. JOHNSTON, 0 0 Cashier. 00000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000 0 S DALY BANKAND TRUST COMPANY 0 01' BUTTE 0 oa stabllshed 1882 Incorporated 1901 0 Capital... $100,000.00 0 o General o 0 0 Beanking Business g 0 0 3 JOHN D. RYAN........President 0 0 JOHN R. TOOLE..Vice President Q SC C. SWINBORNE......Cashier 0 R. A. KUNKEL.....Asn't Cashier 0 00000000000000000000000000 NORTH COAST LIMITED OMbservation Cars Electric Lighted Steam Heated BUTTE SCHCEDULE Arrive Depart North Coast Ltd. EASTBiOUND. 12in 4 a a. 12.50a. n ESlcper on this train . a ready for occu pancy at 9 p. mi.... North Coast Ltd. 7.10p.~. 7.20 p WESTBUOUND. No. 14 to all noints East. *Connection with branch line trains at Whitehall and Sappington for 12 ..3 U tony and Aldcr........... No. 13 from all points East. 'Con. nection at \Whites hall and Sapping. I p. ton from Pony and ' * a * * . Alder......... Garrison Local to and frot all points 2.10 p.m 9.55 a.u West................ *All trains daily except on Pony and Alder branches, which are daily cx cent Sunday. Office Cor. Park and flain St., Butte W. V,. MERRIMIAN. General Agent NOTICE OF PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, Land office at Helena, Montana, May a8, 1goa. Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in sup port of his claim, and that said proof will be made before John R. Eardley, U. S. commissioner at Anaconda, Montana, on July 5th, 19oa. viz.: William H. Al len on his homestead entry No. 8,756 for the east half of the northeast quarter southwest quarter northeast quarter and northeast quarter southeast quarter sec tion I8 township 4 north, range io west. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residentge upon and cultivation of said land, via.: David Jones, of Anaconda, Mont. Walter Stay ton of Anaconda, Mont., John O. Allen of Anaconda, Mont.; William R. Allen, of Anaconda, Mont. a EC RGE D. GREENE, Register.