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ARRIVE IN BUTTE SERIES OF FIVE GAMES BETWEEN BUTTE AND SPOKANE OPENS AT THE GARDENS TODAY. Manager Grim and his "alfalfa grays," from the country where the bunch grass grows tall, arrived in Butte last night and are qtuartered at the Finlcn. Manager McCloskey of the McCloskey family and Manager G;rim of the Spokanes exchanged very cordial greetings and after a conver sation agreed that it would not be expedli ent from a financial point to play two games Fourth of July, so it was agreed that the series of five games should he commenced today. At I o'clock this afternoon President Lane announced that there would be no game on account of wet grounds. Two games will lie played July 4. The series will open tomorrow afternoon. Manager McCloskey has the reputation of being a very liberal man, but at this stage of the pennant race his liberality will not stretch to the extent that he pur poses to hand the "bunchgrassers" any thing but goose-eggs, and the more the merrier for Butte. Tony Mullane Will Pitch. It will lie the first appecarance of Tony Mullane on the diamond in Ilutte since the old leaguer used to pitch for the Butte team io years ago. Ten years is a long time in the life of a ball player, al.!,ugh Clarkson aind Anson played ball for 30 years without being relegated to the home for spavined legs a:nd glass arms. Tony will pitch for Spokane today and the McCloskey family will no doubt make: a strenuous effort to entertain him. "Skell" Roach, the stalwart young man from Chicago. who tindls that pitching hall is more profitable than the practice of law in the WVestern metropolis. will be the cn tral figure in the diamnondl for the Itutes today and by stingy curves aillI inshorots will endeavor to I'l.itimately swindiiile r. Grim's aggregation out of the game. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Chicago 1-3; St. Louis 4-1. Chicago. July 2.---St. oI.uis and ('hicago split even in their doutle header yesterday. St. louis won the first by hunchiug four hits. The first run was forced ini by a base on halls, then Hartman cleared the bases with a clean two hiager. Yerkes was responsible for his te.am's lhss of the seciiondl gmell', gift, a muff of an easy throw, followed by a single, scoring two runs. ()lutsile of these two innings all fo'ur pitchers were very effective. Attend ance, 2,5oi. Score: R. II. E. Chicago .... ...... ..........I 5 o St. .ouis ......... .......... 4 1 2 Batteries - Lunmtlgrcin and Chance; Wicker and Ryan Umpirecs-Brown and Powers. Second game: R. II. E. Chicago ...... ...... ........3 6 St. Iouis ........ ..........m 8 1 lBatteries - Mcncfce andl IKling; Yerkes and Ryan. Uipl,ires-'uowers anid BIrown. Brooklyn 2-8; Philadelphia 1-6. Brooklyn _--8 ; 'hiladelphia -- :-...... Btrooklyn. July _.--Tlihe Ilroklyn and 'liiladelphlia teaus played a double header at Washington park yestcert4y, au;l i Brook lyn won both gamues. 'lThe first gaime was a battle of the pitchers, with honors about \ell Theu seconl game was a fine hitting game, iin whilch the home ptlayers knocked Iherg out of the ,ox ill the sixth inning,. Every matn on the Bfrooklyt side went to bat. Six hits mail, inl this inninlg scored five ruins. Attendanllce, .4,0. Score: R. II. E. Philadelphia ...... .... ...... i 4 3 Brooklyn .......... ...... 2 S 5 Batteries --White and I),lanu; Kitson and Fuller. Umpire- lEmtslie. Second game: R., II. . Philadelphia .... ..... ......,6 i o Brooklyn ...... ...-... ....-8 :, o flatteries-lberg, Felix and Jacklitsch; Donovan and Ahcarn. L'nmpire-Eltslie. Boston 8, New York 3. New York, July a---lIoston won the sec ond game of the series from New York at the Polo grounds yesterday by the bunching of hits, together with Evans' wildness. Attendance, 1,50o. Score: R. II. E. Boston ........ ...... ......8 - o o New York ...... ............ 9 4 Batteries--Willis and Kittridge; Evans and Ycagecr. Umlitire--Cantillotl. Pittsburg 4, Cincinnati 3. Pittsburg, July 2.--Pittslurg won in the ninth inning, when the game seemied to belong to Cincinnati. An error, two hits and a sacrifice scored the necessary two runs. lThe game was brilliantt thlroughlout. Attentdance, 2,000. Score: R. II. E. Pittsburg .... .........-4 9 o Cincinni ati ...... ..... ..... 3 Batteries--l'hillitlii and Zimnmer; lPhil lips and Pcitz. Umpire- -O'l)ay. AMERICAN LEAGUE. Philadelphia 2, Baltimore 0. Philadelphia, July 2.-Marvelous pitch ing Iby Waddell was responsible for Ihalti more's defeat yesterday. Only 27 of the visitors batted, and of this numtiher two secured hits and 13 struck out. Cronin also pitched a fine game. Attentdance, 2,50oo. Score: R. II. E. Baltimi ore ...... .... ..-....o a o T'hiladelphlia ...... ... ....-- 2 3 o Batteries--Croniin and Rolbinson; Wad dell and Schreek. Cleveland 3, Detroit 0. Detroit, July 2.-Pitcher Joss shut out the Detroit team by the finest kind of pitching. Umpire O'Laughlin's work was unsatisfactory. Attendance, 2,700. Score: R, II, E. Detroit.......... ........o 2 2 Cleveland ... .. 3 8 2 Batteries-Miller and McGuire; Joss and Bemis. Booton 9, Washington 2. Boston, July 2.-Boston won easily from Washington. The game was witnessed by the smallest crowd of the season, 896, The score: R, II, E. Boston ........ ...... . ...9 1 Washington ..............2 8 4 Batteries- Dineen and Warner; Patton and Clark. KID ROGERS AND GEO. KEARNS MEET WILL GO TEN ROUNDS TO A DE CISION AT GRAND THEATER JULY 8-NEW CLUB ORGANIZED. With a view of promoting clean boxing and athletic events in Butte, Ed A. Charl ton has secured a lease on the (;rand Opera house, which is so conveniently located on Blroadway, and during the mouths of July and August will conduct a number of first class fistic contests. It is the intention of the management to mlatch such men as Perry Queenan of Seattle, Kid Parker of I)enver, Billy Armstrong of Spokane, Eddie Toy of Denver, and possibly Dave Sullivan and Broad. Mr. Charlton is intimately acquainted with Champion Young Corbett, Abe Attel and the latter's manager, Jack McKenna. Assurances have been received from Abe Attel that he will come to Butte after his contest with Young Corbet in St. Louis, July 7. Men Meet July 8. The first match to take place under the management of the Montana Athletic club at the Grand theater has been arranged for the evening of July 8, between Kid Rogers of Chicago and George Kcarns of Milwau keer. T'hese men signCed articles last night to Ibox o rounds at the lightweight limit. They will weigh in at i..t1 pounids at 6 o'clock on the evenilng of the contest. Iloth men are in lultte and have been training for the ipast week. Kid lIRogers has blie(( in the boxing game for six years. lie ecmmenicel oxing ill preltininaries when ll years old, and has met withI varying success some of the lihst lightweights in thli countrly. 'Thei iimost notablle of his contests was with Tommy \hite, to whli lie lost in six rouni ls in Ch(licago. lhe went a draw with lPerry Qiuienann in the .;anet city. Splendid Record. Following is Iogers' record: Toiuyliiy \Vhite, Chicago. six rounds, lost; terry Qumeiinan, six rounitils, c'hicago, draw; Perry Quiieicna, M\lilwaukie, six roiundls, lost; hbblily )obbsll, lMe hi.s, N o rolunds, won; EIdldie \VWells, Memphis, IS rounids, klnockted We\\'lls out; Al. Mils., Detroit. It roinils, dlinw; sublisetquentllly knoicketd hIilrs ouiit at I ti troit in tI rcuiuls; khist to obbclliy l)obllls, Meimphi s, 20 riioundsil: wonil frimi Jack ilol insion aid Franik Carroll, six rioundiils in Clhic;ago; list to I)ve Iliarry in six runlllds, ('hiciago i; draw with Rule TIurner. to roiunis. Denver: ioni from Charley Lee. Io roundils. 'lociatllc : kinockcd uit Jack Kelly, o rounds il ociatello. Among the imost nutaillel conltests iln Rohgers' caret.r was when lie kinockedc Kil Vance oit in St. Joe. Mo. T'he contest was pulled off oln a lirge in tlhe mihlle of the Misstouri river. George Kearns hlas elqually as gool ac re .crd, having imet nuilly oif the lbest light weight. sof the country. Kearnsll is conllsid crecc a very clever boxecr ;ilid a ildetermiincedl milixer. Kid Rogers is lundelr Ithe mlanagemenllt olf Eddite l ee, well klinlwn in racilg and theat rieal circles. It is geneirally conicedl.c that lo.gers and K.i nra s arc, evenily lc;ach.iil andil will put ulip anii extrnemely hard go. i aiddition to the main i ,vent there will lie three Iretlimintaric-s. Lafontise and McCarthy Ready. All is ini reailic ss for the coiltest Ib Iween Mlos. l.afontice anid Jerry Mcc;artlhy for tlhe w terweighlii tl i.lihl,iollsl ii of tillh statei at the Family theater ltomorrow nigit. Maniager Mcintosh is coatidlient that the tteindance will he large andl that the boixinig contest will Ihe satisfictory aill Jerry Ml ('artlhy catle' in froii his triin ing quiarters yesterday and looks in tinei conditions. lie says that lihe is as hard as a rock and feels conithlent that lie will easily difeat l .afontise, the old ringster, lie looks the part, but whether lie will miake good his assertion remains to be seen. lafioniisise says that lie never was in better condiition in his life and thinks that his oldi head work anid ring generalship will prove too muich for McCarthy. The advance sale of tickets for the coin test has Ibeen quite satisfactory. Shinnecock Hill Golfers. New York, July 2.--'The annual golf tournuament of Shiniitecock lhills, one of the largest and nimost popular of the I.llcn i.sl;al cluli., will Ie held in August in stead of July as in other years. rThe change is imade to avoidl a conflict with the dates of the inational chlinlpionshil,. Malty of the Eacsternt gilfters will lie late in returniig frocc CGlenview, on necoulnt of various side trips nrrangced for thcir lencntt, and the S hinrceock Ilills chlui Icrefers to wait until they are Iack. TACOMA PICKS UP RELEASED PLAYERS Ielehlna, Mlont., July 2.-Dani Kecfel. Ill nici's crack catclhcr was yesterday releasedl andi was iiiilichliately signed Iy Maucllager Andlrews of tile T'aecocla teacl. Manaiger Andilrews has also signed \Wellilgton, a pitclher who paid Ils owni exptienses to lit enia in order to get a job in this league, but who was released by Flannery after one exhibition in Butte. No Game; Rain. St. Louis, July 2.-St. Louis-Chicago game postponed, wet grounds; double header today. WESTERN LEAGUE. At Peoria-The Peoria-Denver game was postponed on account of wet grounds. STANDING OF THE CLUBS. National League. Played. Won. Lost. P.Ct. Pittsburg .... ......53 41 12 .774 Brooklyn ...... ....60 34 26 .567 Chicago .... ......56 31 25 .554 Boston ..... ......52 27 25 .519 Philadelphia ... ....61 28 38 .459 Cincinnati ........ 54 22 32 .407 St. Louis ..........58 a22 36 .376 New York ........56 20 36 .357 American League. Chicago ...... ....5z 32 19 .628 Boston .. .......58 33 25 .569 St. Louis ..........5 27 25 .519 Philadelphia .. .... 54 28 26 .519 Detroit .. .......54 25 29 .463 Washington .. ....59 27 32 458 Baltimore ........58 26 32 .448 Cleveland ...... ...58 24 34 .414 SPORTS TALENT TAKE KINDLY TO SEVERAL FAVORITES The aftermath of yesterday's racing at the Ilutte track is not a pleasant reflec tion for those who run the books. The "bookies" will long remember Big I)utch, for the big short-liner won the last race at a price of 3 to a and he carried a lot of public money. Tizona, another favorite to whom the talent took kindly won at a to and 8 to 5. Tizona liked the going and won. In the fifth race Devereux, 6 to t, with his characteristic speed in the get-a-way broke fromn the bunch and led to the stretch. Tizona set out in hot persuit and succeeded in overhauling Devereux as they came into the straight. Then it was a struggle. I)own they came thundering and throwing chunks of mud while tith crowd in the grandstand twitched aJld called upon their choice to nose under the wire first. The judges caught the bob of 'Tizona's nose first and announced the win nler. In the last race Starter ('hinn took great care that there should be no ad vantage in the start of the three and a half furlong race. After three breaks he got the field ofi alignedl to one of the nbest starts seen on the track. Lig IDutch with his customary faculty of breaking well to the front gathered him.self quickly. but Aurora It. and l'op ulist hung on tenaciously until withint 40 yards of the finuih when the big horse pilled away andl finished the w inner by a length. In this race many piinned their faith to Ahla I... but the mnate was either not really or did not like the going, for the hest she could do was to finish a straggling fourth. AMca M.ax, at 6, to i, wel h;anily in theI first race. .lij( sIes oIf Imoney at that price were Ilayed eec this horse'. The Saltir proved a geodI thinlg at .t I- to 1, hbut Phil Archih,,ld was the favorite. Tlhe hooks h:at this race. A noeticeable feature of the eph ldid racing that has precvailed sint e the oueet ing opened is that despite the fact that there have Ibeen' many heart diseases. hair raising finishes, the crowd has never had lthe slightest cccasion tu find fault with the judges' decision. St .11ARV : First race-, maidens. t-year olds, feour eaed one-hall furloue 's. purse $-'S : I'. Shc'idiela 'e h g lie no. by .eilesia • irenona, i c ( Ie ollte-ti . oe to ..... 1V. 1.. Stanmfithls's ch f Gladys Iell, Ito i l)lgg c;U l , e e tee 5.............. John Kane's ter f t'hyz, nio t(Rowan). 5 t I ...................... .. Sathinalc . o Ic Wi: e'ihli, eo t to ; tras, t e it , ; iedl 're-siell t tie i, i5 to , ; i i(o d sta;rt. NW'cIn easily bvy four lengthse TULRF PARTNERSHIP IS DISSOLVED BY DEATH day of I'lward N. Marks, the millionaire: treasturer of the lMetropolitani Turf asso ciation and oner of the bhest known 'ook makers in (;r ater New York, breaks lip one of tlh most remarkable partnerships that ever existed, says E. R. lowry. the noted turfman who is at the Butte track. For tewenty years or more Mr. Marks was associated with Edward Burke :n imany enterprises, and dtluring all that time. while millions of dollars were handled, no books were kept to record the dealitngs of the two, and no accoulinting was ever asked of one by the other. Shared Losses and Winnings. The two nmen, both keen spectrators, bIoth heavy il.'estors, shared losses an.I winnings alike and never grtumbled at ill luck or rejoiced at good. It was clearly understool that in all their dealings on the turf they shoult share alike. and it war unduerstood also that whentever one made a het at Monte Carlo, Plrt Said or (;ravesend the other was the silent part. Many years ago Marks came back from a two months' trip to Europe, and, meet ing his partner, Burke, in a well-known cafe. handed him a check for $3o,oto. "That's yours," said hie indifferently. ----- = == WEIGHTS AND,,ENTRIES FOR TOMORROW First Race--Five and one-half furlongg; selling; 3-year-olds and up; purse $250 : 38 Goddess of Night........... 22 44 Maggie K .............. .... ~2, 34 Flitting .. .. . ............. . 113 8 Looran .... ...... ........... 124 Favorito .. .............. 24 8 Democrat *.... ..... ....... 115 53 War Bonnet. ............... 122 Second Race-Seven-eighths, selling; 3. year-olds; purse $250. 39 R esin ................ .. ... o... 34 Sir Claus .................. . . o9 38 Pirate Maid ... ...... .....107 5o Syce ...... ............... 09 22 Cathello ...... ...... 34 Jennie Hughes ............... Io7 4r Theron ........ .. ....... ,og Third Race-Selling; purse, $300; three-fourths of a mile, 3-year-olds and upwards: . Miss Remsen ................ o6 47 Ulloa .* . . .... ....... ..... 0io4 30 Sir Dougal .................ia12 (22) Parizade .................... 93 35 Kitty Kelly ................. 10o4 IS February ................... o08 Fourth Race-Purse, $300; five-eighths of a mile; a-year-olds, allowance. 56 Phyz ........................... 96 56 Iras ................. ..... 96 33 Secco ..................... 96 33 Annie F. ............... 96 (31) The Fog ............. ........13 (56) Minmo ...................o... two between second and third. Time, :57 t-•. Second race, selling, six and one-half furlongs, purec $250: P. Sheridan's b f Annie M., by Maximo Annic Lewis, los (Tullett), 3 to a.. • Polk's b nm sanon, 1o4 (1\ inalett), 4 to I . ... ............ a..... .. P. Humphrey's b g July Gyp, 11 (Bloss), to to I.......... 3 lTufts, 3 to I; Chapple, to to i; Little Henry, 3 to t, and Castine, 3 to I, also ran. G(ood start. Nanon led into the stretch. Won by a head; two lengths between sec ond and third. T'ime, I:2j3 -2. Third race, selling, six furlongs, purse $250: W. P. Magrane's h g The Singer, by The Baro-Minnie Andrews, sto (Itloss), even ( loss), even) ..................... r Piedmont's stable's b g Ned Dennis, 1o6 (Tuberville). 3 to a................ . I.. BI. Woods' br g The Scot, to6 (Van Camp), 6 to I ...... 3 Joe K., I 5to ; William F., 15 to t; lteri,,ta, 6 to I; Walto,r. 3, to I, and Crinkle, o0 to r, also ratL. Blanche Shep herd, J. P. S. and Iturdock scratched. G;ood start. The Singer led all around by four to two lengths ; four between sec and and third. 'lTime, I:t6. Fourth race, sellitng, mile and 40 yardl, purse $25o: J. C. Sweet's h g The ;aflir. by Uncas l.etitia, 04q (Mc;Gavin . 4 to t ......... C. W. Chappell's b g Ping, to6 (Stuart), 7t 2 .... ....... . J. i. M. Crane's b h Phil Archibald, 107 (lIurke), 3 to a ......... .. 3 Ihahlt,, 4 to I: l.edaea. 6 to ; Home stake, to to I; Stromo. 6 to t, anid Ban .Laddlie, 20to to I, also ran. G;ood start. Ping led around to the s6th pIle, where The G;aflir passed and won Iy a heatdl: half length between second andi third. Timte, :48. Fifth race, selling, six and one-half fur lon'gs, putrse $25a0: II. I'artington's h g 'Tizotta. by Purycar Straight Tip. -9g (Sec), even...... S. Merriwether's b g D)evereaux, ,,6 S(',,llis , 6 to ...... ... ..... 2 Nichols & ltowley's b nt Foul Play, 1o4 (\Van Camp). 7 to 2 ... . 3 Monmtana I'eeress. 7 to z; l.a Cahn3. 7 t 2., and (,oissandt o 3 to to I, also ran. IantII, l)broke down int stretch, led to stall,' cupped up. (;ood start. Devereaux led into the stretlch. Won by a Inosel: neck between second and third. 'l'itme,. I :23. Sixth race, three and one-half furlongs, purse $ .o : (;. W. King's hr g Big Dutch, untraced, Ia , ((layton), even..... .... \'ahn & lirannon's It m Aurora 1.. , 17 (Powell),. 6 to I ............. ...... Jhnt Vincent's b g Poputlist, 114 (,ewisHl. 2 to t ........... .. 3 Ahha 1.., 7 to I : Charl's Lamar. 6 to t; Cr:hram, Green, R to I: ,Nhtcorn. to to I, andli Tiniy Perry. -o to I. also ran. C;rll tart.' Won easilyv a lenoth: nnt.' hetweecn secoutI and third. 'Time, 'I t-.t. Burke and the men who were dining with him were amazed. "It's half of what I cleaned up abroad," said Marks. This incident was told andi retold. An other time, after Marks had spent some months at the country's various race tracks, he said to his partner: "lBurke, you owe me $6o,ooo." W\ithout asking a word of explanation Burke wrote out his check for the sun: named and passed it to Marks. lie under stood. lie knew that Marks had lost $i20,0ot. He knew also that the amount was neither mlinimized nor magnified. Tacit Understanding. Ilundreds of times in the last to years money was exchanged in this offhand way. Each asked the other many times to settle for big losses, but more times he paid over equal shares of enormous win nings. They would receive or pay out without a word. Marks was a peculiar type of the gen erous, careful speculator. Born fifty-two years ago in Philadelphia, he first sold newspapers and later became owner of several newstands. His atmbition was to re a sporting man, ani by saving the earnings of his small business hie ac, cuttmulateld tloney enough to become a Ibookmiaker. 4 I.Lady Superba .............. 96 Fifth Race--Selling; five and oge-half furlongs; 3-year-olds and up; purse, $z5o: 53 \\innebejour S Modder ................ 124 53 Roltaire .. ...........2 Almoner ....... ..........24 53 Jerid .. .. ............ ..... 4 - High Hoe ... ................ : (5s) Madatm Bishop .........'...... 122 Sixth Race-Selling: one antd one-six teenth miles; 3-year-olds and up; purse, $250: 45 Lena ...................... 29 La Borgia ................... 54 Sam Green .................I 47 McNamara ........ ... ....... I. 45 Ting-a-ling ....... .. .... oa 46 Romany ..................0 4 46 Bon Laddie ...... ......1o (48) Mistletoe ................. .104 54 Katie Wolcott .............. 54 Elfonse.. (54) Goldone ........ ........... 11 50 Ledaea ............... ...,i 54 Sylvan Lass ..................o NEWSIPAPER BOYS AND THE BLOOMER GIRLS Some people may have thought that the announcement that there was a likelihood of a game between the newspaper men of Butte and the New England Bloomer Girls, who are due to arrive here next week, was a josh. Such is not the case, however. Manager M. T. Clark of the female aggre gation arrived in Butte yesterday and is endeavoring to arrange the game between his girls and the pencil pushers for Sun day, June 13, b COUlSING MEN OBJECT TO CARTER WILLING TO CO-OPERATE WITH MANAGEMENT OF WEST SIDE CLUB FOR SQUARE SPORT. According to the following resolutions it appears that there is more in the com plaint against Frank Carter as judge of the coursing at the West Side park than has been generally supposed. Communication and Resolution. "A meeting of fully go per cent of the greyhound owners of Butte was held last night at ijo North Main street and effected a permanent organization to be known as the Silver Bow Coursing club. The time of the meeting was principally taken up in electing officers and adopting the following resolution: "Resolved, That the Silver Bow Cours ing club, as a body, objects to the present Judge Carter as a judge of coursing, on the grounds of his incompetence, and re fuse to enter our dogs or run them under his judgment after Sunday, July 6. "W. H. Hocking, F. L. Nicholl, W. TI. Tucker, William Rowe, George Wilson, Farrar & Collins, C. M. Jones, Thomas Andrews, James Smith, E. J. Wesson, James G. Bennett, John Yeo, Mike Davey, Joe Hlicks, James Murrish, D. Daugherty, lien Corin, Harry Carveth, John Tre loar. George Kent, Thomas Knight, T. M. Noall, Thomas Mutton, J. Sampson, Ayres lBrothers, Charles Gardner, Michael McGee." It was given out by the management of the W\est Side Coursing park that it would be the object of this meeting to maintain a hostile attitude toward the interests of the park, but the Silver Bow Coursing club wishes it understood that its object is solely to promote the best interest of square sport and will co operate with the park management to this end. $2.90 Round Trip-Dedication State Capitol Helena. The Great Northern Railway Co. will sell tickets to Helena and return for the above occasion on July ad, 3d, 4th and .th, good returning until July 7th, at $a.go each. Ticket office, 41 North Main street. DR. P, A 'RONSID THE DENTIST Extracts teeth absolutely without pain. Fine gold and bridge work a specialty. Prices moderate. Fully warranted. 25 West Park St. TICKETS For the LaFontise.McCarthy Glove Contest, which will take place at the Family The ater, Thursday evening, July 3, are now on sale at Gillis', leilbronner's and Schil ling's Cigar Stores. PORTING 00ODS S -gea EXCLUSIVELY - Baseball, Athletic Goods Fishing Tackle, Fire Arms, Ammulitiou rl Eael - West Park Write for Prices Suits to Order $15.00 And up. Year's wear or money back, Garments called for, cleaned, pressed and delivered. Allen the Tailor Phone 909B 59 W. PARK Economies (Special.) Four baskets Montana Straw berries ........... ............aSc Hothouse Lettuce, pound .........soc Hothouse Beets, pound ..........21/e Hothouse Carrots, bunch .........Sc Fresh Rhubarb, 25 pounds ........25c Fresh Green Peas, pound ........a /c Fresh Eggs, dozen ...............aoc Creamery Butter, pound ..........se Imported Olive Oil, pint ......... 35 1/ pint, aoc; % gallon ,........65c One quart Best Maple Syrup .... 25C L. E. COOK 331 East Park Street You have always meant to buy a STEINWAY Plano that is ya Ideal. You don't know how th Idea cae to you that Stsinways are the bet. We can tell you. It s Publl Opinion No one told you so. The world says so. and when he Steinway goes home you will know why better ,very day, Yontana Music Co. "9 North Main St Sole Agents EVANS' BOOK STORE 124 N. MAIN ST. Sets of i balls TABLE for $1.75 and u_ T ward .... . I T NNIS lleadquarters for fishing tackle and baseball goods. The Value of Wall Paper lies In what is printed on them. You Want Good Colorings You Want Gioo Designs You Want Good Painting We have these in the very best styles and finish. No short rolls, no poor prints, no shoddy goods, high-priced if given away. Ellis Paint Co. Successora to Carder Bros Phone 104. 17 F. Quartz St. For Light The Cheapest, the Best For Heat The chapest, the most convenient and best. For Cooking Saves labor, saves money and food. Gas Office 20o North Main *treet MONTANA UNDERTAKING COMPANY runeral Directors Expert Embalmers THOS. LAVELL, Prop. Thos. Sullivan, Mtr. Phone 85. 13s E. Park, Butto NO. 68a-NOTICB OF SALB. In the District Court of the Second Judicial District of the State of Montana, in and for tbh County of Silver Bow. In the matter o0 the estate of Jeremiah Roach, deceased, Notice is hereby given that In pursuance of an order of sale, made and entered by the above-entitled district court, on the ast day of March A. D, zeoa, in the matter of the estate of Jeremiah uRoach, deceased, the under. signed, administratrix of said e.state, will sell at nublic auction, subject to conlirmation by said court, the following described real prop. erty, to-wit: An undivided one-fourth intereirt in and to the Nora Lode claim, situated in Silves fow county, Montana, and which is designat:d in the United States Land office at f"lens. Montana, as Lot Number two hundred ant eighteen (t8i) Township three (3) north, Range seven (f) west, sld sale will be made on Saturdnay, the rd day of May, 1.)o3, at a o'clock p. n, of said day, at the door of the courthouse of the above-entitled court, on West Granite street, in said county of Silver Bow, Montane, Terms of said sale are for cash, to per cent of the bid payable at the time of sale and Halance upon confirmation of said sale by the court, ALICE ROACII, Administratrlx of Estate of Jeremiah Roach, deceased, Dated April a, tos. The foregoing sale is further postponed until Saturday, June a8, i9oa, at a o'clock p. m, at the time and place specified in the above notice. ALICE ROACI'., Administratrix of Estate of Je: emiah Roach, Deceased. The foregoing sale is further postponed until Saturday, July 5th, at the tilme and place in the above notice. ALICE ROACII, Administratrix of the Estate of Jeremria, Rdach, Deceased.