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RACING. fligh-Class Racing June 21st to Sept.r Six or More Contests Each Day Under the Auspicea of Montana Jockey Club Music Every Day First race at 2:15 p. tn. each racing day. Street cars direct to track, while Columbia Garden cars will transfer. Ad mission $i. LAI)IES i.EE. Hugh I. Wilson, president; Lou Frank, secretary; Joseph A. Murphy, pre siding judge; Ralph II. 'Toer, associate judge. THEATERS. FAMILY THEATER ID. P. SUTTON, flANAUOLR. Three days, commenIcing Sunday even ing. June Bo th, with Special Sunday Afternoon Flatinee Jesse James A realistic depiction of the life of the James boys ia Missouri. A great scenic effect showing. genuine railroad train an,l holdup; also the imurder of Jesse James by Bob Ford. SPECIAL SCENIC EfFECTS New Specialties Introdiced., You cannot afford to miss it. Come I Prices: 25c, 50c and 75c. MINING APPLICATION NO. 453t. U. S. Land Office, Helelna, Montana, June 2. too02. Notice is hereby given that Darby Ilast. logs and John L. Neenan, whose post. office address is Butte, Montana, have this day filed their application for a patent for ;,368.2 linear feet, being 300 feet westerly and 3,o68.2 feet easterly from discovery phaft of the l)asie Lode Mining Claim, upon which a notice of intention to apply for a patent was posted on the 17th day of February, A. D. spo2, situated in Inde. pendence, unorganized, Mining District, Silver Ilow county, state of Montana, designated as Survey No. 6524, in Town. ship 3 north, of Range 8 west, and being more particularly de.,.bed as follows: Beginning at the etcthwest corner, a granite stone set in the ground, with a mound of earth and stone alongside, and marked 1-6524, for Corner No. I, from which the quarter Section Corner between Sections 23 and 26, "Townsliip 3 north, Mange 8 west, bears north o degrees 31 minutes east, 922.6 feet, and running thence south 78 degrees 46 minutes east 7356.1 feet; thence south o degrees 16 minutes east, 6oa feet; thence north 76 degrees a6 minutes west, 1368.2 feet; thence north o degree 16 minutes west, 545.2 feet to the place of beginning, con. tainimng an area of 17.50 acres, of which 1,39 acres are in conflict with Survey No. ',o64, inclusive of 1.22 acres in conflict with Survey No. 3821, not claimed, leav ing 16.11 acres claimed, of which 16.o6 acres are In conflict with Survey No. 3831, exclusivo of Survey No. 3064, and inclu plve of 9.86 acres in conflict with Survey 0o. 3863. The location of this Claimn is of record in the Recorder's office of Silver Bow County, Montana, in Book "P," on Page 473 of lode locations. The adjoining claims to these premises are Survey No. 3064, Aurora Borealis lode, on the north, Survey No. 2836, 1t l placer, Lot 598 on the east. GEORGE D. GREENE, Register. (First Publication June 13, g902.) FREAK IN THE AQUARIUM Queer Creature Caught Off the Shore of Bermuda Island. Isv ASSOCIATr.L I'rt:SS.] New York, July I.-A strange creature caught off shore of Bermuda early in June has arrived here on the steamer Trinidad and has been placed in the aquarium in Battery Park. It is over six feet long, formed like a snake with a head like that of a turtle and fins like a fish. A long bill for a mouth gives it a most terrifying appear ance which is rendered more horrible by a pair of glaring eyes on the top of its icad. Its body is a brownish green in color and running around its limbs and its middle are several bright yellow stripes. The biological experts who saw it were unable to name it. YACHT MAYFLOWER FLOATING PALACE SUMMER HOME OF PRESIDENT SAIl TO BE MOST LUXURIOUSLY AP POINTED VESSEL AFLOAT. IMPROVED CULINARY AND SANITARY CONTRIVANCES President's Quarters Situated Aft on the Main Deck Include Six State Rooms, Two of Them Being Lav:shly Fur nished-Dining Room the Width of the Ship and Furnished in White and Gold. lnv ASSnfiIAII,, 'rutL:.1L New York, July I.- 'lriml as ;a summer girl in her daintirst bathing su;t, the May flower lies in thle Irooklyn navy. yard, the onlicial ya lit of the United States antd the ocealn homle. of P'resident noHsevlit. lit her new functiln, after undlergoing altera tiolns that cost $go,ooO, she is ready for sea, and is onlr of the most luxuriously ap pointed vessels afloat, She was commis sioned Satulrdlay, but the date of her sail ing fronl the navy yard has not yet beenl settled. (f the new Mayllower, all the offi. ccrs at the navy yard are proud, as they feel she will be a fitting residence for the chief executive of the nation when social or naval regulations call upon himt to fly his flag afloat in designing such a palace for the use of the president of the United States. 'IThe 'nited States departs somewhat from the old lines of Jrflersomia sim plicity and takes her place amonglt the other world powers ini naval luxury. Neither the IIhenzollcrn nor any of the royal yachts has staterooms and saloons IIOeI bI;eautiful or costly than those of the iresident's yacht. In the four weeks just past the Mayflower has been refitted and lfurlishedl tcomplletely from sten Iil to stertn. Has Six State Rooms. The piresident's lquarters are situated aft on the tmain deck and includle six state rmitis for the exclusive use ,f himiself, Mrs. Ruosevclt atnd their chihlren. lThe two larger of these stateroollls have been very lavishly furnisihed. Special atten tion has betn given to the decoration of the Ibulkheads and the panelliing whichl is coveredlI with explensive silk in many col ors. T'heu smnoki ,g roi otcupis tlhe aflter portiion of thelit stare deck and is finislhed in teak with a floor of fancy woods, inlaid in Mosaic and waxed. Many c'ane cthairs add I thet comfort to lie had in, this room. Hlchind the officers' quarteirs Itelw the main deck, is the pre'sidenti's dining rootm. It extends the widlh of the ship and is furnished in white and goldR, Louis XIV style. Itunltinig aft is the meilmanionway to the plresidlent' receptritin room. Soime of the panels alonig the tolilpantiotn.ay are titade of Valenciennes lace, painted over with a silver painting to represent steel. In the l eception room tIle lit a;l 111l ef fcitl is still carried nut. Iealding down to. he herth ldeck aft is a miiagifictent IIIIahogany slairway that gives etntranell to the president'is p)riv)ate suite. T'lhere are two larg'e siatertoonis, four smaller ones and two bath toilts iS. O()nI lie ptrt side, just outside the president's room is lis private bath. The tuilt is cut froun a solidl bhlock of luite marble,. E'xtensiv\e tpllans were made to give tlhe president the benlulit of the most improved culinary atil sanitary contrivances. Bought for Torpedo Boat. There is a large refrigerator plant in the forwarld part of the ship near the dinling rioon. Nlothing is left tlundonlte to miake the Mayllower a fit hablitation for the ruler of a wealthy nation, lBefore the Splanish-Ametrican war, the Mayllower was the property of Mrs. ()Ogden (;uelet. It had beetn built for her husihandl oni the (lyde at a cost of $8uo,oio. Whent Mr. (;-Goele't dlitedi his wtife at onue tlime cot teCtplated sellitg the yacht to it' klltg of thle Ihelgians. At tlh Otlbreak of the war, the May flower was bought as a torpedo boat de stroyer at a cost of $.150o,oo. The vessel is 32! feet over all, 275 feet ont the water line. W\hen (Governor Allen was sent Ito Porto Rico, he was giveti the Mayflower, after sIte Ittil I bceli oitfiltti d i .tt considerable ex ienr te as his flficial yacht. 'lThe iMay flioti., which tosw rihplaces the ]lolphin, is tittiler coltnttl of iuh O " iC tIICII tII t ('ollllll;ltidlce (,heatc-tM. , RETIRES FROM POLITICS Michael J. Daly of Brooklyn Will Always Help Advance Republican Doctrine. rit' ASS0( AIA i i i ai ss.I New York, July 1.---In announcing his retirement from politics at a dinner given in his honor at Coney Island, Michael J. Daly, who has for many years been a prominent figure in Brooklyn republican circles, said: "This meeting marks my retirement from politics; but I shall always help to punish the guilty and reward the de serving. Although the rest of my life will be devoted to my business interests, there will never be a time. I hope, when the call on mIe to assist those who are desirous of seeing the triumph of republican prin ciples and the defeat of the enemies of the party will be unanswerable by me." HIS CONSCIENCE HURTS HIM Wants to Be Tried for Shooting a Filipino Without Cause. f.r ASSOCIATED PRIvSS.1 Sani Jose, Cal., July I.-With a desire to ease his mind of the crime of cold blooded murder Private McAlister of the Philippines has surrendered himself to Chief of Police Kidward. McAlister, who is 3o years of age, comes from Wheatland, Ill. Hie enlisted in the army during the Spanish-American war and was sent to tile Philippines in Company K, Thirteenth U. S. infantry. The man claims to have seen many hard ships and finally became hardened and possessed of an insane desire to kill a Filipino single-handed. In 1900oo McAlister says he stole away from camp and met three inoffensive Filipinos. IHe raised his gun to his shoulder and shot one of them dead. On April t, Igor, McAlister was mus tered out of the service. Chief Kidward will hold the man until an iavestigation can be made. BAILEY ASSAULTS INDIANA SENATOR STATESMAN FROM TEXAS LOSES HIS TEMPER BECAUSE HE IS DEFEATED IN DEBATE. NO PARTICULAR DAMAGE BUT DIGNITY RUFFLED Texas Senator Criticises State Depart ment and Reflects Upon Competency of Solicitor General Penfield in Pres entation of Resolution Asking for Papers in the Case-Overheated. ily As.;Oc IAI: I'l:, sb.] 'ashingtonl, Ju ly .- Selnator Bailey of 'Iexas assa:lted Senator Ileveridge or In diana iast night just after the senate had adtLournelld trom executive sessionl. The 'IJ xas senator was dragged away and sep arated from his opponent by some of those about the senate. He was very angry and threatened severe harm to the Indiana senator. The epiisode was the result of a heated conlltroversy which the two senators had ldurinlg the aferlloont, whent Senator Bever ilge had said that Senattor Bailey had made Inaking all "unwarranlted attack' on I'en li'ld of the state depiartment. In executive session Senator Beveridge, like other senators who smoke, lighted a cigar and took a seat on the republican side. He was still sitting there when the senate adjourned. Senator Bailey'crossed the aisle and walked through the aisle until lie faced Senator Beveridge, and said: "Beveridge, I don't want to have any Irouble with you, hut I want you to with draw those words which charged nme with slaking all "unwarranted atack" on Pen licld." "I did not intend to insult you," repliejl Senator Ileveridge, "and there is nothing in niy language that you could consider offen sive." Bailey Threatens. "1 don't allow anyone to say that I libel a man, and that is what you do in making the charge. Now, if you won't withdraw the words when I ask you, I am going to make you withdraw themt." Senator Bailey had been getting more and more angry and excited as he talked. lie had been sitting down part of the time leaning on the desk in front of Senator Ileveridge. The latter, in reply to Senator Bailey's last remark, still remaining in his seat, said: "I repeat that I did not intend to insult you, anll that I have nothing to withdraw." As the words were uttered Senator ll:iiley threw himself upon Senator Bever ilge, who is a man hardly tup to the aver age in physiqiue, awml seized him by the throat with both hands. The rush was so stdlden and fierce that the chair in which Mr. Tleveridge was sitting was pushed back. against a desk and the desk toppled oven: Ilefore the assault could go any further, senlators, who had been sitting near, had moved up between the desk. Caught the Fire Eater. Senator lHansbrough of North Dakota seized Senator Bailey by one arnm and Sen atior Spooner seized the other arm. The l''exas senator is a powerful mllan, and It was with great difficulty that the two seas tors were able to drag hini away from Senator leveridge, and whenl they suc ce'eded a part of the Indiana senator's neck wear was ripped away in the vigorous grasp of Senator Bailey. Senator Bacon of Georgia and Barney Layton, assistant doorkeeper, came quickly forward and assisted int pulling the Texas senator further away: Senator Bailey ,meaniwhile struggling to get free and lung ing toward Senator Beveridge. As he was removed a little distance lie was heard to utter something that sounded like a threat about killing IBeveridge without an effort. lhowcver, he walked away when Senator lIacon urged him to he quiet, and led him toward the democratic side. Senator Mlacon engaged Senator Bailey ill conversation for some time, advisimng him to cool down. Senator Spooner also went across the aisle and discussed the matter with the Texas senator, urging hintm to apol ogize and, if possible, fix It up at once, but Setiator Bailey refused all such prof fers, declaring that Senator Beveridge had insulted ~imI in thie senate and that he had taken the only course, as thie Indiana sena tor had refused to w'ithdraw his remarks. Criticised Department. Mr. Bailey had criticised the state de Ilartment for its handling of the case of an American citizen, Dr. Scott, and reftctcd on the competency of Judge Penfield, solici tor of the department, Mir. Beveridge characterized the words of the Texas sena tor as "an unwarrantable attack." This characterization Mr. Bailey regard ed as an insult, and demanded that the Indiana senator withdraw his words. Mr. Beveridge declined to with draw them until Mr. Bailey first withdrew his language in respect to Solicitor 'cenfield, although he dis claimed any intention of insulting Mr. Bailey. The trouble grew out of a resolution offered by Mr. Bailey, calling for the papers of a Mexican mining case, in which lie maintained Dr. Scott had been unfairly treated, not only by the Mex ican courts, but also by the American amn bassador, Mr. Clayton, and the officials of the state department. Mr. BIailey de clared that Minister Clayton was either incompetent or dishonest, and his re marks led to the tart rejoinders. Mr. Beveridge defended Judge T'en field, solicitor of the state department, who, he declared, was a man of emi nence as a lawyer and jurist and of stain liss character. lie declared that Mr. Bailey had attacked Judge Penfield by in nuendo and insinuation, and that innuendo and insinuation had extended to the aim bassador to Mexico and to the secretary of state himself. lie characterized Mr, Bailey's references to Judge Penfield as an "unwarranted attack." Only Sensitive. To this Mr. Bailey took sharp excep tion, and he urged that Mr. Beveridge "withdraw that insinuation," "I make no insinuation," retorted Mr. Beveridge. "If the senator will with, draw his words about a high official of the state department I will be very glad indeed to withdraw my words." "The assertion," said Mr. Bailey, "th~t I have made an unwarranted attack upon a man whom the senator described as being as honorable as myself, I want to say now, SOME INFORMATION ABOUT THE ARMY LIST OF OFFICERS WHO WERE PRO. MOTED ONE GRADE BEFORE THEIR RETIREMENT. [iy ASSOCIATED PRESS., Washington, July i.--'he secretary of war has prepared a statement in response to the resolution adopted bIy the house di recting hint to furnish the house the names and ranks of officers of the army promoted since April s, 898, who have been retired within one number of their last promotion to a higher grade than that of their promotion. The list contains the names of 40 of ficers promoted and retired as brigadier generals, 38 of whom are promoted from the. grade of colonel. Of the other two retired in that grade General Wheeler was a brigadier general of volunteers and Gen eral Charles Bird was a lieutenant colonel in the quartermaster's department. An other name in the list is Captain John Murphy of the infantry, who was pro moted and retired as major in the pay department. List of the Officers. Following is a list of the officers named with the period of their active military service : Hamilton S. Hawkins, 40 years; J. Ford Kent, 43 years; William S. Worth, 38 years; William M. Whorrey, 39 years; John II. Patterson, 38 years; William S. Sinclair, 46 years; Marcus P. Miller, 45 years; Edwin V. Sumner, 38 years; Thomas M. Anderson. 39 years; Alexander C. M. Pennington, 44 years; Royal T. Frank, 49 years; l.ouis If. Carpenter, 38 years; Samuel Overshine, 38 years; Dan iel W. BIurns, 42 years; Edward Kellogg, 39 years; Gilbert S. Carpenter, 39 years; Joseph Wheaton, 3s years: Henry B. Free man, 40 years :Theodore Schwan, 44 years; Robley II. Rail, 46 years; Aaron S. D)ag gett, 39 years; James M. Bell, 37 years; Francis L. Gunpther. 48 years; Isaac De Drussy, 41 years; Andrew S. Burt, 41 years; Charles Bird. 40 years; William Awmon, 40 years; Abraham A. Harbach, 41 years; William F. Spurgin, 4o years; Mott Ilotten, a3 years: M. Michael V. Sheridan, 39 years; Simon Snyder, 41 years; Samuel Whitside, 44 years; Sum ner II. l.incoln, 40 years; Thomas F. Bartr, 36 years; John W. Clous. 44 years; Will iaim Ii. Nash. 35 years; Asa B. Carey, 45 years; John Murphy, 41 years; Henry M. Robertson, 48 years; John W. Barlow, 45 years. In an accompanying statement prepared biy the paymaster-general it is shown that the total increased expenditure of this ad vanced retire muster is $258,572, that sum representing the difference between what the officers receive by reason of their pro motion before their retirement and the pay they would receive had they retired regu larly on reaching the age of 64. is so offensive that it is deserving onlly of such a reply as the rules of the senate will not permit me to make here. Neither the senator from Indiana nor any other can insult me and require me to with draw what I have said in the performance of my duty before he withdraws his in sulting xFpnarks." Mr. Beveridge declined to withdraw his words, saying that Mr. Bailey was en tirely too sensitive. "IIe knows very well," said Mr. leveridge (referring to Mr. Bailey) "that the words 'unwarranted at tack' were not an insult and were not in tended to be. IThe senator from ' exas employed extraordinarily violent language concerning the solicitor of the state de partllellt. Th'le senlator is not insulted," lie declared, "but only sensitive." Sharp Colloquy. In a latter colloquy 'Mr. Bailey said: "I can fathom the intelligence of every man in this chamber except that of the senator from Indiana." "I am glad to know," retorted Mr. Beveridge, "that you are beyond your dleptlh." Mr. Fairbanks of Indiana at this point said that he had communicated with So licitor Pcnficld since the debate had arisen and was convinced that the trouble Mr. Bailey found himself in had grown out of a misunderstancing. g Every paper in the case was at the disposal of Mr. Bailey, and lie knew that Solicitor Penfield had no intention of inconveniencing the Texas sconator. Mr. Bailey directed attention to the fact that Mr. B]everidge had not with drawn the "offensive" words he had issued tonward him.i, Mr. lteveridge replied that Mr. Bailey had not ,withdrawn the violent language hlie had employed toward Penlield, and said he (lIeveridge) hadl disclaimed anlly inten tiont of itnsultitg Mr. IBailey, but he did niot think his characterization of Mr. lhailey's words was too strong. At Ihailey's request the resolution fin ally was referred to tile conlnlmittee on foreign relations, with power to investi gate the case and report on it. MINING APPLICATION NO. 45I3. United States Land Office. Helena, Montana. April 2, sooz. Notice Is hereby given that Donald B. Gil, lies, whose postofdice address is Butte, Mon. tana, has this day filed an application for a patent on the Dettie Gillics Placer Mining claim, situated in unorganized min ng district, Silver Bow county, Montana the position, course and extent of the said mining claim. designated by an official survey thereof, as Survey No. 6425, Township No. a north, Range No. , west, a notice of which was post. ed on tae claim oil the 18th day of April, rgou and being more particularly set forth and described ,e "he official field notes and plat thereof on file in this office, as follows, to-wit: Beginning at Corner No. u, a granite stone 4x1ox6 inches above ground, marked .6415, from which the quarter section corner to Sections s1 and a.+, Fractional Township a north, Range 7 west, bears north 15 degrees 3o minutes east 1515.5 feeti and ruining thence south 69 degrees 53 minutes west 148 feet to Corner No. z; thence south 4a degrees 3o minutes west s9o;. feet to Corner No. 3; thence i.onth 33 degrees west 4085 feet to Corner No. 4; thence south 16 degrees 31 minutes west 352 feet to Corner No. 5; thence south ea degrees 3a minuter east 59s feet to Corner No. 6; thence osoth 65 degrees 53 min. utes east 642.8 teet to Corirner No, 7; thence north 3 degrees east 343.2 feet to C.orner No. 8; thence north 3o degrees west 474.5 feet to Corner No. g; thence north 13 degrees 45 minutes east 873 feet to Corner No. to; thence north 4o degrees west eai feet to Corner No. r the place of beginning containitg an area om 19.88 acres, as claimed by the above.name applicant for patgnt. The location of this mine Is recorded In the office of the Recorde' of Silver Bow county, on P e 415, in Book "C" of Placers. The on claim ar: On the north, the Orion plar survey o. 446t, Lynnie F. Boyce, ..12pll6ltnt" on the northeast, Survey N.'o; 1N67y outh of Blac Tail Canyon placer Lot o, 4o, James R. oyce, Jr,, et al. pplhca tsi on the southeast, Survey No. t8f, placerp Lot 7, George W\. Rea et al , applicants. GEORGE D. GREENE, Registet, O0SEPII H. ITARPER United States Claim Agent, (First Publication April as, seos. TOO MUC4 RAIN IN NEW YORK Crops Are Rotting in the Ground and the Farmers in a Bad Way. [6Y ASSOCIATED PRESaS. New York, July s.-Reports from Cen tral and Northern New York indicate that the continuous rain has done many thou sands of dollars' worth of damage to the crops. Farmers say that alfalfa, timothy and clover are rotting in the fields; that oats and barley crops will consist chiefly of straw; that the sweet porn and the reg ular field corn are rotting, and that pasture lands are too wet to produeg nutritious feed for stock. In Cortland county the corn crop is bIe lieved to have been ruined while onfP a small part of the hay has been harvested. In Oneida county farmers are replanting their corn while the pea crop is also seri ously damaged. WANT ADS. WANT AD. RATES. Funeral and death notices, fraternal society notices, entertainment notices, cards of thinas, so cents a line each insertion. Help wanted, situations wanted, houses and rooms, reals estate, etc., s words or less, is cents; 16 to as words, so cents; at to as words as cents. No discount for additional insertions. Personals, fortune telling, palmists, proprls. tary remedies. a cents a word each lanser tion; s$.s per month pet line. ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS Addressed care the Inter Mountain and left at this o1ce should always be inclosed in sealed envelopes. 'a stamp is required on such letters. The Inter Mountain will not be responsible for errors in advertisements taken through the telephone. HOt1tLS AND RESTAURANTS. Dinner tomorrow at Southern hotel. Dan Tewey, proprietor-oSe. The most abundant meal of best-cooked food for ase. As much as you want of any and every dish, all for sSe. Try one of our dinners and be convinced that it is the b::: on earth for ,.e money. -SOUP Beef Broth. -BOILED- Corn Beef and Cabbage. -ROAST [rime Cut of Beef, Brown Gravy. Leg of Mutton with D)rissing. -ENTREES Stewed Beef, New Potatoes. Boston Baked Pork and Beans. Pigs' Feet, Spanish. Mtaced Veal on Toast, Codfish Balls, Cream Sauce. Blackberry Cobbler. -VEGETABLES Steamed Potatoes. String Beans. Young Carrots in Cream. Potato Salad. -PASTRY Fresh Peach and Pumpkin Pie, Rice Pudding, Vanilla Sauce. California Stewed Peaches, Special for 4 p. m.-Beefsteal: Spanish, Car.zed Salmon, Cold Meats. GO TO THE YORK CAFE FOR MEALS; reasonable prices; home-made bread; private rooms for ladies. 54 East Broadway. REAL ESTATE. Own Your Own Home. Read this list of unexcelled bargains: Three-room house on South Side, good barn and sheds, lot 3oxtoo. Price $750. Seven-room brick cottage, all modern. close iH. Price $2,800oo. Five-room, frame, on W. Quartz, large lot. A good bargain. Six-room house and lot; also furniture. Price $S,6oo. Six-room, hard finish, large lot, barn; on Colorado street. Price $s,foo. Four-room, frame, on Missouri avenue; cabin in rear; lot 3oxioo. Price $550. Four-room house, all modern, on Colo rado street; lot 31xxl5. Price $z,goo. Four-room, frame, cellar and basement on W. Front. Price $85o. Eight-room, frame, on North Side; mod. ern; part cash, balance on time. Price $1,375. Three-room house on \V. Aluminum, lot 3ox6o. Price $6oo. Eight-room, fancy, on Worth; modern; part cash, balance on time. Price $1,375. Now is the time to buy. K. FORMEL. ror West Porphyry street. Real [state snaps $240o.oo00 buys smooth lot, 3oxioo, south front, on Iron itreet. Four-room brick house, No. o013 West Silver, lot 3oxzoo, fenced, city water; easy terms; $750. Five-room frame, 820 \Vest Copper, with three-room frame in rear, full lot, good outbuildings; rents $J5 per month; $1,6oo. Sixteen-room, new, strictly modern brick flat building; sure renter, 723-27 Fast Galena, $5,000. If you want to sell, buy, rent, loan, borrow or insure, call on us. \Ve have the largest list of property, the best as sorted list of houses for rent, the best bargains in real estate, the most sub stantial insurance companies and negotiate the safest agency in the city, Loans at the lowest prevailing rate of interest of any real estate. SLEMONS & BOOTH, Rooms r, a and 3, Silver Bow Block, West Granite Street. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. $5,5oo-3-story brick flat, rents for SB per month; well located; East Side. ,too--5-room dwelling; West Side. 9oo-3-room dwelling; East Side. 3oo-Vacant lots; Hope addition. ao--Vacant lots; Hornet addition. coo-Vacant lots; Silver Bow park. isy-Vacant lots; Park City addition. zso-Vacant lots; Gallatin addition. usz-Acreage; z% miles from city, zoo-Acreage; z% miles from city. so-Acreage; 3 miles from city. as-Acreage; 4 miles from city, o--Acreage- 6 miles from city. BUTTE LAND AND INVESTMENT CO. 19 West Granite street. THE GREATEST SNAP IN BUTTE. $3,000 buys a building renting for $1,?5o a year ; good location. Call and see this bargain. Chas. I. Smith & Co., 33 West Granite. WANTED-AGENTS. AGENT WANTED-LADY OR GEN4 tteman; must be good canvasser. 848 East Park. HELP WANTED. WANTED-BOYS. A. D. T. COMPANY. MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED-A CHILD TO BOARD* good home and reasonable terms. Ad dress Mrs. L., Inter Mountain. 8888 RIEUMATIC CURE-GUARAN. teed. PROF. NISBETH. MASSAGE, HYDRI. atic water and electric treatments. Swedish movements cure. Parlors 3-4, King block. HALL SA IE FOR SALE-J. E. FREE, a21 South Arltopa. WE BUY, SELL, EKCHANGE, RE: pair new and second-lil~ household goods, sewing machines a specialty; try us. E. Side Second-Hand Store, s3s and a37 E. Park st., Butte. 'Phone 66oA. SECOND-HAND GOODS BOUGHT and sold; freight paid to neighboring towns. Oechall, 1a4 West Park. 8888 KIDNEY AND LIVER CURE Guaranteed. FOR SALE-FURNITURE IN EIGHT. room house; close in; Saoo. J. E. Rick, ards Co., No. 49 East Broadway. FOR SALE--88.8 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. WANTED - SECOND-HAND FURNI, ture. Hogue, No. a25 East Park street. THE MONTANA TRANSFER CO. IS THE largess and most thoroughly equipped outit in the city and will give you best seeries. Office iS West Broadwlay. Telephone. a1l Postolice Box, 763. FOR SALE - TWENTY-FIVE PER cent investment; house of s4 rooms in good renting location; price, only $2,oo; rents for $480 per year. This is a snap. Look into it. Chas. L. Smith & Co., 33 West Granite street. PALMIST. PATHWAY TO SUCCESS. DR WITH ington, palmist, Wash. blk., over P. O. CARD READING aec, ti6 S. IDAHO. MAZIE, PALMIST, CARD READER; readings, Soc. 2a6 South Idaho. MEDICAL. MONTANA VIAVI CO., ROOM tus Goldberg building, We treat success fully al diseases of women, catarrh, stomach and bowel complaints. Cou s:dtation free. Office hours a to 5 p. ra. FOR RENT. FURNISHED ROOMS. FOR RENT-ELEGANT HOUSEKEEP ing suite. Apply Sherman house. FOR RENT - TWO FURNISHED housekeeping rooms, 328 South Wash ington. A snap. FURNISHED ROOMS FOR GENTLE. men; neatly furnished for housekeeping. Terms reasonable. 6to E. Park. FOR RENT--FURNISIIED ROOMS, COM. plete for housekeeping. os9 West Galena street. FOR RENT-'FHREI" NE\VI.Y FUR nished front rooms; best location in the city. S11 West Park street. HOUSt.S. FOR RENT-6-ROOM IIOUSE, BATH, electric light, modern, west side, $35.oe per month. Inquire at Dr. Lernhecim's Hirbour building. FOR RENT-7-ROOM HOUSE ON West Side, furnished. Inquire 84. \Vest Granite. FURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT_ Four rooms, fine repair, on street ce lin: .. 5 - Colorado, ct. l'.ice $ .. ter month. N:-e neighborhood. Chas. L. Smith & t o., .3 West Granite street. FOR RENT--.LnACE LIVERY STA. ble and lodging house on South Main street. Accommodations for o50 horses. Lodging house contains t8 rooms partly furnished. Slemons & Booth. Rooms t, 2 and 3, Silver Bow block. MONEY TO LOAN. LOANS-MONEY TO LOAN AT 8 PER cent; no delays. Hall Brothers, 48 East Broadway, Butte, Montana. LOANS ON FURNITURE - LOW rates. Room a. 77 West Broadway. MONEY TO LOAN - JACKMAN & Armitage Co., Hirbour block, N. E. cor ncr Main and Broadway. ASSAYERS. GEORGL, H. SEE.-ASSAYER AND chemist. No. i W. Broadway, Butte. JOHN R. BAPTY.-ASSAYER AND chemist, 117 Hamilton St., Butte. CARPET CLEANING. NEST SIDE ELECTRIC CAI'PET '-""2 N. Ing Co.. ifo W. Broadway. Telephone 867A. CARPET CLEANING-G,. E. SHALE., Mgr.. Mont, and Porphyry. Tel. 669-M. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY. RANCH FOR SALE.-a- o ACRES OF good hay land in close vicinity to Butte. Apply to room 6sg, Hennessy biulding FOR SAI.E-HUORSE AND 'tPHAIK'ON, Spider opheton and safe family horse. iMrl Jessie C. Koox, box 1a34. COLLECTIONS. BUTTE ADJUSTMENT COMPANY j.uL. lectl bad b!lla: try It Its Nourli Main. FURNil .IRE. GREAT MOVE BY A BIG BUSINESS into a large store; largest of its kind in the entire West. The Butte Exchange Furniture co:npany will move into the five-story building now occupied by the Kennedy Furniture company, No. ao West Broadway, about July tat, 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, Soc per month; three for st.oo. BUTTE EXCHANGE FURNITURE CO. J,. CHAUVIN, Mgr.