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RACING. 1figh-Class Racing June 21st to Sept.' Six or More Coontests Each Day Under the Auspice, of Montana Jockey Club Music Every Day First race at 2:s5 p. nm. each racing day. Street cars direct to track, while Columbia Garden cars will transfer. Ad mission $r. LADIES FREE. Hugh I. Wilson, president; Lou Frank, secretary; Joseph A. Murphy, pre siding judg:; Ralph H. 'Torer, associate judge. THEATERS. FAMILY THEATER ID P. SUTTON, fANAULUR. Three days, comnmencing Sunday even Ing. June 2, th, with Special Sunday Afternoon flatinee Jesse James A realistic depiction of the lice of the James ioys in 'Missouri. A great scenic effect showing genuine railroad train and Ihomlup; also the murder of Jesse Jahme's by Bob Ford. SPECIAL SCENIC EffECTS New Specialties Introduced. You cannot afford to miss it. Come ! Prices: 25c, 50c and 75c. MINING AI'I'IICATION NO. 4531. U. S. Land Office, lelena, Montana. June zz. zgo0. Notice is hereby given that Darby Hlast. Ings and John L. Neenan, whose post. office address is Butte, Montana, have this day filed their application for a patent for 3,368.2 linear feet, being 300 feet westerly and z,o68.a feet easterly from discovery phaft of the Dasie Lode Mining Claim, upon which a notice of intention to apply for a patent was posted on the 17th day of February, A. D. r9o2, situated in Inde pendence, unorganized, Mining District, Silver Bow couty, state of Montana, designated as Survey No. 6524, in Town ship 3 north, of Range 8 west, and being more particularly deertbed as follows: Seginning at the nc-thwest corner, a granite stone set in the ground, with a mlound of earth and stone alongside, and marked 1-6524, for Corner No. I, from which the quarter Setion Corner between Sections 23 and a6, l'ownsullp 3 north Pange 8 west, bears north o degrees 31 pninutes east, 92a.6 feet, and running thence south 78 degrees 46 uminutcs east 13156.1 feet; thence south o degrees 16 minutes east, 60. feet; thence north 76 degrees a6 minutes west, 1368.2 feet; thence north o degree r6 minutes west, 1545.2 feet to the place of beginning, con taining an area of 17.50 acres, of which 3.39 acres are in conflict with Survey No. $o64, inclusive of 1.22 acres in conflict with Survey No. 3821, not claimed, leav ing 16.rr acres claimned, of which r6.o6 eres are in conflict with Survey No. 3821, xcluslve of Survey No. 3064, arid inclu ve of 9.86 acres in conflict with Survey o. 3863. The location of this e.aim is of record In the Reporder's office of Silver How 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. 2826, '1 d placer, Lot 598 on thie east. GEORGE D. GREENE, (First Pu'llcation June '3, rgo.) POLES AGAINST GERMANS School Teacher Beaten by Some of His German Pupils. [nY AssocIATED PErss.] Berlin, July a.-A symptom of the bit terness of Polish feeling against the Ger mans has been exhibited in the village of Juschkennear Grauden, West Prussia. All the boys in the school, at a signal from the largest boy, mobbed the school teacher, a man named B3ochert, and mauled him severely with sticks. The teacher grabbed a stick and used it so ef ectively that he beat off his assailants, who ran home, where they were warmly welcomed. The school administration, of course, re gards the attack as having been instigated py the parents who, at Juschken and in other localtiiea, have been intimidating German teachers, FREIGHIERS PASS THROUGH CANALS OCEAN-GOING VESSELS TAKEN DOWN THE ST. LAWRENCE RIVER IN TWO SECTIONS. I[Iy. A...ol IAfr t. 'IltS.. )I Rochester, N. Y., July a.-Westbound lake calptains, who have just come here troi the St. I.awrence and put into Char IItte for coal report that the aft section of tlihe big or'ean liner ,Mininewaska has been warlpedi ll the rocks in the St. Lawrence river, where it struck two, weeks ago. 'The two halves of a sister ship, Minne uonka, which were conlucted through the perilous waters of lower Iake ()ntario andl St. I.awrenlce in safetly, reached Qucbec withlout iishap. 'I'his news marks the practical comple tion of une of the most remarkable feats of slipllilbling ever kntow on the great lakes. Tl'lese two hugr ocean going freighters were built at ( lcvelanl. eclh of them is 541o feet in length. ('lose calculation showed that the length of the completed vss..(ls would Ilot admit their passing the hi ks itI the Welland and St. I.awrence canals by several feet. (,ntserittently it was decided to tow themt down the lakes in sections. GENERAL BROOKE TO RETIRE Understod That General MacArthur Wi:l Take the Vacant Post. [IH Asso. IAIr 'll N ..LI New York, July 1.- Maj. Gen. Johtn R. Brooke. in comlnlltd ollf the deliartmentc of the east, is ipacking ilp his furniture andi books on Governor's Island. lie will be 6.1 years old onl July 21, and will lie retired lunlder the age lilit. It is understood G(;erialra MacArthur, nlow ill ltcommandl at Chicago of the dcpart imentI (f the lakel will t:ake the vacant lpost. "'I shall go to mly old home in Montgotm ery county. near here." stated General Ilrooke. "I hlave seell .It years of service and ;un in the hest of health. NEWS STORIES BRIEFLY TOLD NEI\ \'YORK. -igures prepared by the offi ,ial statistihan of Ellis Island gives tlhe nitill r ofit illillaliirltlts lalndled at this port il the lir~t six months oi f thtis year as . 16.71 1. (I RIS'IA.\N.A. Norway. A lisastroius ire brloke oa' t yeste.rdi:y and is still ragiing at the port of IL;urrvik. in tire province of Jarlsbhcrg. ( )ne I tiarter of the Iibusilness section ofllti ll the port has lbeen destrolyeid. FOIIRT DiE FRAN('I. Islaind of Mar tiiiiile.- -The sitlation here with regard to the volanie disturbnoc.s has become ore reassu:rilig. There are still slight iii trlmiltlent crulptions from Miilioit .telec. MINNEAP.I'IllS,. Minn.- Julge Satiip sonti yesterlday sentil nel('aI ' tJit. N.\'. King of the detectrive foce to Ithree y.lears and six montlhs at Irhair lalbor in the penitellntiary at Stiillwater. Kinlg was conlvicted (of ie itlg accesso.ry after ithe fact to a felilny. \\W.\SI NX II ION.- 'rersidlet Rooseveltl, after atlteldilng the Iulurth iof Jiuly cele brationi at l'ittsbnrg. will go dlirectily to ()'yster liay, .. I., wher the executivel Ilhe;ialnuarters are to lie licated dlurinig tlli su.i ,er, inst.ad of retiirning to Washing. tin. III.NiLCY, Ilnglali. I.. S. Titus of the t'il.in Iht:l chlb, New 'tork, has arrived herret.lie I(' ; lili;n, including Scholes, the sculler, are eI'xpictle toI arrive here tomorrow. A llnumber iof crews are arriviug daily. The river anid tow i are g:ay day aiiul iight. \Ii('lIT.A, Kas.--A mllessage received here states Ilha;t the friction exisling in OIklahoma linormal s chool at Alva for a yea'C Or iiimore culminatedl last night ill tihe. retiremeiiint ofl President Aniit alndil thll relief fruiii furthier service of eight .of the iroifest.rs. \\.\SIIiX;T'ON.- The national corii age staten:intc isuelld by the diruitor ofll the muit shows Ilit idiring the fisical yeTr cld ingl .liune 3., liiti..', Ih total coinage exe ciuted l t he ilniils of the 'll it'ld State.. was $).i.5.8,678, as follows: (;old, $6i, rllo,57A ; silver, $3 . ,16.36 ; minollr coinls, N L's'V Y'RuK.-- l.uiis Albrecht, the stois-away hter lirisolier lirolighilt here feInt I, erlmlidlia oi tihe steamiiier "Tirhildil hIa benit relcasi'il froiil cusliily by the oiatil'd bre'ht testilieud thalt lhe foriierly livedl in this r.itiiiiry, but left il t89u6 lo fight the liglish, hie behii a tiucer. N 's'\' 'ti )RK.- It has 11en dehled lhilt the stralllgI lishl just re'eiCIIed it the ll tl tery Park alquarilulli from Hlerniluda is a sl ti e nllll l ) of chin I1 o11 'iu ll.:lC l iit;tl, or strilhed clihlallnllll:lraiia, l irsit Iliscoveredl in 184.1, id lilart snltke a;lnll yet fish. More thiall 1i,(ioi liersols vieweld the ilarieie freak dllriing its first day onl exhiblitioi, Salaries Are Raised. Washiigtotion. July 2.-T'l'ie salaries of 400 clerks in the ('hicago postoflice, who lhaven hertbofore received $90o loar anlltllul or less, have ieeil adlvancedl $too a year. Fifty new poStuclni will be adlded to thle present force at work. In thle recapitulation sheet for June, this year, the business done at the ioistoflice is 20 per centt greater than last year. EXHAUSTION When you are all tired out, fool weak, sleep does not rest you, and your appetite is poo.,0 Hor.sford'.r Acid Phosphate will revive your strength, in duce natural sleep, improve appetite, and reetpQe nerve power. It strergthens the entire system, curing the causes of Headache, Indiges tion and Debility. Horitord's npIlo oo .yr OGENUINW psekage EXCITING SCENES CLOSE OF SESSION ENTHUSIASM AT THE END OF THE LONG SESSION RESOLVES ITSELF INTO MUSIC AND SONGS. SPECTATORS JOMlINA IN THE MERRY CHORUS Remarkable Demonstration Given Speaker Henderson Showing the Friendship and Good Will of the Whole House Confederate and Union Veterans Join in Singing "Dixie." IuI AsSO(rtAIi i' PMIS*. I Washington, July a.---Amid a scene of enthusll iasm that has not been paralleled since tilhe exciting and stirring (lays of the Spanish war, Speaker llenderson declared the house of representatives adljourned witlhout day. in doing so he said that no house of represelntatives since the adop tion of the constitution had done as touch work at this one. The audience to which he made his brief nddress was a brilliant one, The galleries were banked to the doors and almost two-thirds of the inemnhers were in their seats on the Iloor. The speaker's appreciative words to the memlbers on thanking theim for their co-operation dur ing the seasonI had touc:hed a responsive chord andl they gave himll a remarkable de monstration of their friendship and good will. While the cheering and applause was still in progress, the ineiihers on the floor began suiningK "My Country "J'is of Thee." It was takeni up by the corrcspolndents in the press gKallery over the speaker's chair and by the spectators in the suroundilng galleries, anrld soionl the vast hall was ring ing with the swelling chorus. Other pa trioti- airs foliowed as the l einlllbers ex changed farewells. "The Star Spangled I'anner." alternating with "Dixie," were sang. The speaker came down from his rostrum, his appearance on the tloor bIeinig greeted with "For the's Jolly (;ood F"el low," and a perfect rush of mnemlners to grasp his hand. They Sang "Dixie." Standing in the area in front of the clerk's dlesk, he too joiined in the songs and there was a wild scene when (;eneral Ilooker of Mississippi, an old one-armed confedereate veteran, took his place by the side of the speaker and together they sang "l)ixie." Mr. Chandller, a Mississippi democrat, jumped upon a desk and lot out a yell of jubilation that fairly shook the rafters. For almost an hour, the jubilation continuedl. All this time the spectators remained standing in the galleries watch ing the animated scene below and joining in the singing. The adjournment camel at the cull of a seiveni anil a half hours' session, during which much minor business was transl acted, lin all lo hills and resolutionis were passeld. lThe general good feeling in the holus had been hightened by the victory wonl over lilt sellate' oni the illl in the naval appropriatiuon bill for thie building of a battleship inl a government yard. The closing hour was occupied inl a spirited de iate betlweeni Mr. Cousins. of lowa and Mr. R ichuardsoin. the democratic leader. over the report on the investigation into the charges ilade hby ('aptail Christmas concerning the sale of the l)anlih West Indlies. Mr. Cousiins ridiculcd Mr. Rich ardsonl for bIringing the matter to the at telntion of congress. The latter defended his course. Mr. Richardlson was still speaking as the time approached for the final adjourmnent. MIeantime the .galleries haid tilled to over flowing, and every member in the city was in his seat. At 5:28 ltr. Payne, on behalf of the comnlittee to notify the president. reported that the president hal no further coinlllunication to mlke. The speaker then arose aind with evidence of inuch feel ing aihIressed the louse as follows: The Speaker's Farewell. ";I entlelnlc of the house of representa tives: Many of its net at the beginning of this sessioni as friendsl man:y of tus at the comitnlllencemllent of this session miet as strangers. I helieve that we shall all part whIen the moment for adjournment comies as friends. "The'i prayer I made to this house at the comlllllencelmellnt of thi. congress, that the house would help to sustain the chair it enforcing the rules, has ncver been forgot ten. You have been each alil all of you sustainihin forces in aiding me in the dis charge of Imy duty. For that, miy friends, I return mliy grateful acknolwleldignlents. "I nilI proml to say that Inoi house of rpclresentatives since the consititution was adopted ill thle samle length of time has done the same amount of work that This house llas done, and you have done your work like ile-ln-earnest and honest as you all have been ill carrying your convictions as far as possible into execution. "You have all been faithful and untir ing; and in the an years of my service I have never seen so many friends in the closing dlays of a session as I now witness. Adjourned Sine Die. "Now, as we are about to part, I wish you all a safe return to your homes and that you may all come back to the next session rested alid refreshed; and I ask no more than that you may be as earnest then as you have been in the session just closed. "And, now, gentlemen, in pursuance of the concurrent resolution of the two houses, I declare this session of the Fifty-seventh congress adjourned sine die." The gavel fell amid the wild applause that followed. Before it had subsided a group of republicans ot the west side of the hall, led by Mr. l.an is of Indiana and Mr. Hamilton of Michigan, began to sing "My Country, 'Tis of Thee." Immediately the refrain was caught up all over the hall and in the galleries. The Doxology fol lowed, in which the reporters in the press gallery joined. As the speaker descended from the chair the air changed to "For H-'s a Jolly Good Fellow," and the metmbers swarmed about him to say good-bye. Other songs followed-" 'Way Down Upon the Suanee River," and finally "Dixie," as the speaker and General Hook er, the one-armed confederate veteran, em braced warmly. Then the jubilation was kept up for almost half an hour. NEW YORK.-Thomas Nast, the car toonist, has sailed to take up his duties as United States consul at Guayaull, Ecuador. CONSPIRE AGAINST URUGUAY REPUBLIC INTENDED TO KILL PRESIDENT CUE STAS BUT WEAKENED AND WAS HIMSELF ASSASSINATED. [HY ASSOCIATED PRass.] New York, July a.-A conspiracy again I the president of the republic of Uruguay, Dr. Cuestas, has been discovered here in a curious manner, says a special from Buenos Ayres. Carlos I'agganini was found dead in a st ret of this city. The police were investigating the case when they received a communication say ing that I'agganini was the chief conspira tor against the life of Cuestas. The paper further reported that the police would find in I'agganini's dwelling as kilos of dyna mite. This statement proved true. It is understood that Pagganini backed out at the last moment in the conspirhcy to assassinate President Cuestas and that one of his fellow conspirators dllleu him to prevent a disclosure of the plot. CONSTRUCTING TROLLEY RAILROADS IN ENGLAND Building Road From Liverpool to Man chester Touching Many Popu lous Towns. lily As.seiArED rPeas.] New York, July a.-Thomas Nevins of East Orange will sail on Saturday to take up the work of colstructing 147 miles of trolley between I.iverpool and Manchester and embracing the sntle lines touching many populous towns. The work will en tail an expenditure of twenty millions, all of which will be furnished by American financiers. IMr. Nevins who with his father is prom inent among tile pioneer traction contract ors of the Fast, sai : "T'lhe English do not seem to have awak ened to the possibilities in electric roads. We look upon England as containing our principal interest, for the field is so largely undeveloped. We have done a great deal of work in this country, but it is pretty well supplied now, and the fiehl operations are consequently restricted. In England it is practically unlimited. STATE TREASURER'S REPORT Complete Statement of the Balance of Each State Fund. ISIJ1'IA.A r. TO INTEIR M1Ol'NTAIN. Ilelena. July -.--The report of the state treastlrer for the month of June war.: coml pleted yesterday. The report shows the following balances iin cash in the different I'Cerlanenllt school, $104.064.17: school income, $45.938.71 ; university bond, $17, 949.2- : perTlanlent university, $1,237.50; normal school bond. $53.6o5.o,8; agricul tural school bIond, $2,277.88; deaf and dumb asylum interest and sinking fund, $3.,.8.5o : reform school building, $5, 414.75; state capitol building, $4.924.47; school of mines building, $2.16..26; school of mine s builling interest and sinking fund. $8R,2.l2.22 : general, $134.170.49: stock inspcctor and detective, $2;,918.39; stock i'le nlity. $7,144.5 :; sheep inspec lion and indemnity. $9,.1o8.I,: state botun ty, $2-0.551.0o; fish and game. $17,960.72; uliversity libr:ary, $2,057: state law libra ry. $8- 1.15; medical Iam;rd, $117.45; state examiners, $8,o15: eschetled estates, $7. 8.26.16; oldiers' h .tte, $6,759.18: capitol buihlilng interesl and sinking fund, $i S, Hi,.o5: Ieautifyiing state capitol grounds, $757.35: agricultural college income fund, $1.,55.1 .2); ilermllallent agricultural college fund,l $3.632.80: university building. $5, 686.3. ; total, $5o5,606.84. DIED OF STARVATION WITH PLENTY OF MONEY Money Belonged to an Estate But She Would Neither Give It Up or Spend It. (hicago, July 2.-flank notes amounting go $,,5, o have been found hidden in two tomato, ants in the cellar of the residence of Mrs. i.oenna Ehlnstedt at \\'ashington heiglhts. The whereabouts of the greenbacks, which belonged to the estate of John Ehn stedt, was a secret which the woman carried with her to the grave. She was under the order of the probate court to produce the money there, but never complied with it. For her refusal to part with the notes Mrs. I'lstcdt served nine nmonths in prison. For a long time the woman lived in des titute circumstantces with the money buried tlnder the surface of her cellar Iloor. She was removed to Englewood hospital to pre vent starvation, where she died April 29 front comnplete collapse. MLNING APPLICATION NO. 4513. United Stai's Land Office, Helena, Montana. April at. uaoa. Notice is ilereby given that Donald BI. Gil lies, whose postoffice address is IButte, Mon. tans, has this day filed an application for a patent on the Bettlie Gillies Placer Mining claim, situated in unorganized mining district, Silver Bow county, Montalna, the position, course and extent of the said mining claim. designated by an offcial survey thereof, as Survey No. 64a5, Township No. a north, Range No. r west, a notice of which was post. ed on the claim on the s8th day of April, 19a, and being more particularly set forth and described I. 'he officia field notes and plat thereof on file In this office, as follows, to-wit: Beginning at Corner No. c, a granite stone dxsox6 inches above ground, marked 1-6425, from which the quarter section corner to Sections 2t and so, Fractional Township a north, Range 7 west, bears north ts degrees 30 minutes east tSIS.S feet; and running thence south 6D degrees 53 minutes west 148 feet to Corner No. a; thence south 42 degrees 30 minutes west ago. feet to Corner No. 3; thence conth . des ees west 408.5 feet to Corner No. 4; thence south 16 degrees 33 minutes west 35s feet to Corner No. s; thence south as degrees 2a misutes east 596 feet to Corner No. 6; thence south 6d degrees 53 min. utes east 642.8 tent to Corner No. ; thence north 3 degrees east 343.a feet to Corner No. 8; thence north 3o degrees west 474.5 feet to Corner No. p; thence north l3 degrees 43 minutes east 87a feet to corner No. so; thence north 40 degrees west asc feet to Corner No. , the place of beginning containing an area of p9.88 acres, as claimed by the above-named applicant for patent. The location of this mine Is recorded in the office of the Recorder of Silver Bow county, on Page 416, in Book "C" of Placers. The djoin ng claims are; On the north, the Orion placer, Survey No. 4r, Lynnie F. oyce, pplicant, on the northeast, Survey No. i, ibouth of Black Tail Canyon placer, Lot No, 40, James I, Boyce, Jr. et l. applicants; on the southeast, Survey No. S8a, placer, Lot 37, George W. Ret at. appliants. GEORGE D. GREENE, JOSEPH H. HARPER Reister, United States Claim Agent. (First Publication April at, toot. THE GREATEST SNAP IN BUTTE, $3,000 buys a building renting for $z,75o a year; good location. Call and tee this bargain. Chas. L. Smith & Co., 33 West G site. WANT ADS. WANT AD. RATES. Funeral and death notices, fraternal aoeleto notices, entertainment notices, eards of thaans, so cents a line each Insertion. Help wanteda situations wanted, houses and rooms, real estate, ete., aS words or less, ts cents; t6 to so words so cents; st to a words1 s cents. No discount for additional insertions. Personals, fortune telling, palmists, roprie. tary remedies, a cents a word each inser. tion; $s.oo per month per line. ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS Addressed care the Inter Mountain and left at this office, should always be inclosed in sealed envelopes. ?F stamp Is required ot such letters. The Inter Mountain will not be responsible for errors in adsertisements taken through the telephone. HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. Dinner tomorrow at Southern hotel. Dan Tewey, proprietor-sec. The most abundant meal of best-cooked food for age. As much as you want of any and every dish. all for aso. Try one of our dinners and be convinced that it is the bc.. on earth for ..ie money. -SOUP Beef Brotit. -BOILED- Corn Beef and Cabbage. -ROAST [rime Cut of Beef, Brown Gravy. Leg of Mutton with D:ssuing. -ENTREES Stewed Beef, New Potatoes. Boston Baked Pork and Beans. jigs' 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, t.ca.ed 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 3oxroo. Price $750. Seven-room brick cottage, all modern. close in. Price $2,8oo. Five-room, frame, on W. Quartz, large lot. A good bargain. Six-room house and lot; also furniture. Price $1,6oo. Six-room, hard finish, large lot, barn; on Colorado street. Price $t.,oo. Four-room, frame, on Missouri avenue; cabin in rear; lot 3oxboo. Price $55o. Four-room house, all modern, on Colo rado street; lot at3xzs. Price $;,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 W. Aluminum, lot 3ox6o. Price $6oo. Eight-room, fancy, on Worth; modern; part cashl, balance on time. Price $1,317. Now is the time to buy. K. FORMEL. ror West Porphyry street. Real Estate Snaps $240.00 buys smooth lot, 3ox1oo, south front, on Iron ,,treet. Four-room brick house, No. 1so3 West Silver, lot 3oxtoo, fenced, city water; easy terms; $750. Five-room frame, 82o West Copper, with three-room frame in rear, full lot, good outbuildings; rents $35 per month; $z,6oo. Sixteen-room, new, strictly modern brick flat building; sure renter, 725-27 East Galena, $5,ooo. If you want to sell, buy, rent, loan, borrow or insure, call on us. We 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. l.oans at the lowest prevailing rate of intercst of any real estate. SLEMONS & BOOTH, Rooms I, anld 3, Silver Bow Block, VWest Granite Street. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. $5.5oo-3-story brick flat, rents for $98 per month; well located; East Side. 1,Too-5-room dwelling; West Side. 9oo-3-room dwelling; East Side. 3oo-Vacant lots; Hope addition. 25o-Vacant lots; Hornet addition. oo--Vacant lots; Silver Bow park. 175-Vacant lots; Park City addition. i5o-Vacant lots; Gallatin addition. z25-Acreage; i% miles from city. zoo-Acreage; I% triles from city. So-Acreage; 3 miles from city. 5a-Acreage; 4 miles from city. lo-Acreage; 6 miles from city. BUTTE LAND AND INVESTMENT CO. I9 West Granite street. Real Estate Snaps $i,S5o-6-room solid brick (3 to a side), in good location, S. Main; rented all the time, $32. $300-Fine residence lot on \Vest Granite. We will build you a house on this and sell it to you on easy terms. $8,soo-Entirely modern brick block, on East Broadway, corner lot, rented $135. A good solid investment. $rz~-I.ots in Lennox, $15o; Silver Bow Park, $15o; Valley Add., $ rS; Crosby Add. All on easy terms. If you want a lot in any of these additions--why pay more ? IMITATiON TIlE SINCEREST FLAT TERY. ANYONE can copy our advertising matter, but our up-to- ate methods or sell ing real estate require the expenditure of brains and energy, and therefore are not so extensively imitated. When you want REAL ESTATE SNAPS You waint us. We want you. CHAPMAN & COWAN, Specialists in Real Estate. 77 West Broadway. 'Phone 847F. WANTED-AGENTS. AGENT WANTED-LADY OR GEN. tleman must be good eanvasser. 344 East Park. HELP WANTED. WANTED-BOYS. A. D. T. COMPANY. MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED-A. CHILD TO BOARD; good home and reasonable terms. Ad drsa Mrs. L, Inter Mountain. 8888 RHEUMATIC CURE-GUARAN teed. PROF. NTSBETH, MASSAGE, HYDR.* atic water and electric treatments. Swedish movements cure. Parlors 3-4, King block. HALL SAFE FOR SALE-J. E. FREE, -z t South Arizona. WE BUY, SELL, EXCHANGE, RE pair new and second-hand household goods, sewing machines a specialty; try us. E. Side Second-Hand Store, asS and J37 E. Park at., Butte. 'Phone 66oA. SECOND-HAND GOODS BOUGHT, and sold: freight paid to neishboring towns. Oechsli, 1s4 West Park, 8888 KIDNEY AND LIVER CUREB Guaranteed. FOR SALE-FURNITURE IN EIGHT room house; close in; $aoo. J. E, Rick ards Co., No. 49 East Broadway. FOR SALE-8888 HEADACHE CUR cures powder smoke headabe, ralgia. sick headache, or aches o pal in any portion of the body. Ask y .druggist for them. WANTED AT INTER MOUNTAIN Good clean cotton rags. WANTED -- SECOND-HAND FURNT ture. Hogue, No. 5as East Park street THE MONTANA TRANSFER. CO, IS THU largest and most thoroughly equipped outit in the city and wil live youe best merles. Office it West Br adway. Telephone. 5ss Postoff e Box, 6 . FOR SALE - TWENTY-FIVE PER cent investment; house of s4 rooms in good renting location ; price, only $2,1oo; 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 irgton, palmist, Wash. blk., over P. O. CARD READING 2se, zsd S. IDAHO. MAZIE, PALMIST., CARD READER; readings, Soc. z26 South Idaho. MEDICAL. MONTANA VIAVI CO., ROOM a31 Goldberg building, We treat success fully al diseases of women, catarrh, stomach and bowel complaiots. Ccu s:sltation free. Office hours a to 5 p. tm. FOR RENT. FURNISHED ROOMS. FOR RENT-ELEGANT HOUSEEEEP. ing suite. Apply Sherman house. FOR RENT -- TWO FI:LRNISIIEI housekeeping rooms. 3J8 South Wash ington. A snap. FURNISIIED ROOMS FOR GENTL.E. men; neatly furnished for housekeeping. Terms reasonable. o6o E. Park. FOR RENT-FURNISIIED ROOMS, COM. plete for housekeepiing. ar9 West Galena street. FOR RENT-THREE NEW1.Y FUR nished front rooms; best location in the city. 5 11 West Park street. HOUStS. FOR RENT--6-ROOM HOUSE, BATH, electric light, modern, west side, $js.o0 per month. Inquire at Dr. Bernheinl's Hirbour building. FOR RENT--7-ROOM H1OUSFE ON West Side, furnished. Inquire 842 West Granite. FURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT-. Four rooms, fine repair, on street cn line, No. 8a5 Colorntado teet, Price. s. per month. N.?e neighborhood. Chas. I.. Smith & t'o., 1,3 West Granite street. FOR RENT-- a.LACE L.IVERY STA ble and lodging house on South Main street. Accommodations for 5o horses. Lodging house contains z8 rooms partly furnished. Slemons & Booth. Rooms r, a 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 2, 77 VWest Blroadway. MONEY TO LOAN - JACKMAN & Armitage Co., Hirbour block, N. E. cor ntr Main and Broadway. ASSAYERS. GEORGI. H. SEE.-ASSAYER AND chemist. No. i W. Broadway, Butte. JOHN R. BAPTY.-ASSAYER AND chemist, 117 Hamilton St., Butte. CARPET CLEANIN3. WEST'' SIDE ELECTRIC CARI'IET 'il.1N. Ing Co., 130 \V. Broadway. Telephone 86;A. CARPET CLEAN!NG--CG. E. SHALP. Mgr.. Mont. and Porphyry. Tel. 660-M. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY. RANCH FOR SA1.E.-- o ACRES OF good hay land in close vicinity to Butte. Apply to room 615, llennessy biuldingi FOR SALI--IUORSE AND 11IHAETN, Spider phaeton and safe family horse. MrL Jessie C. Knox, box o1031. COLLECTIONS. BUTTE AI)JUSTMENT C(O'I!'ANY ct.t lects bad bitli; try it i5s North Main. FURNil ORE. GREAT MO',E BY A BIG; BUSINESS into a large store; largest of its kind in the entire \'est. The Butte Exchanlg Furniture co:npanty will move into the five-story building nosv occupied by the Kennedy Furniture conmpany, No. -n West Broadway, about July ist, and l i!l occupy the entire building awl preuase'! to handle your household goods and fur niture any way you want it. Buy, :ell, exchange, pack and ship. Particulari attention to storage. Two floors will be set aside for this purpose, giving )ou the safest and cleanest storage in the city. Trunks and boxes, Soc per month; three for stoo. BUTTE EXCHANGE FURNITU[RE CO. J. CHAUVIN, Mgr.