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RACING. fligh-Class Racing June 21st to Sept.i Six or lore Contests Each Day f. Under the Auspices of Montana Jockey Club Music Every Day First race at 2:15 p. an. each racing day. Street cars direct to track, wkile Columbia Garden cars will transfer. Ad mission $r. IADIES FREE. Hugh I. Wilson, president; Lou Frank, secretary; Joseph A. Murphy, pre siding judg':; Ralph 1I. Torer, associate judge. THEAT ERS. G R. AND OPERA JULY 8th First Carniva:l f osxing Under the Auspices of MONTANA ATHLETIC CLUB "KID" ROGERS Of (lChicago AND BILLY KEARNS Of Milwaukee and several lIt P'reliminaries. PRICES: $1.00 to $3.00 Seats on sale at theater July 8th. NEWS STORIES BRIEFLY TOLD. 1'( (( I l..\ '': ). r ,'. \t a m ,(t u: n 1gid before last of t!:e striking: employes of the street car lute i s rgn ( it)' anild .lMount Scott. it ias. dectided to cotltinlul the strike. '1 hi, .t , as a surprise. an it was con,itl,' e' d '. ::,. yt cirday that te btrike s t; p .rac :,caly te sd. IV.1 )D,(t \lIt , Kas.--lhe county court yesterday leami argumeinits olt the too tion i ,r a n .,i trial because of Jessie Mortisot.,. fioutI guilty tn June 2',4, of turtlitr in th secondl dlegree for killing MrIs. (lntiiil I ti . .\djoturnmcnt was taken till tol y (111('l .\( . .i . s,'i" . It. Kimball, pastor of the First MNIthodit I;pi copal church, Syc.s io, rc. Ill.. h: ts ,i cepti',l' a call t tthe First .lcthom-t thutch r, Spokane, \W'ash. lie i. f tlhe I(. liug, clergymen. of the Rock River ct,,itence. of whlich he has beest incrs Cisiber for mlly tears ail has been at Sycas src: for five years. It\V (IT.i ih. .h- .Mining operators of Michigan nit in this city yesterday and pr,:.'is s tl ai ittit sit s l' s to thie miners, notifying them thr it'th I',re"dlent \'illiamts that the i cal ' s Is:nittcl at the recent joint ime tint in Sishgitiw, l u-t lie acepted by July 12, or the i,::s' t't'n iln of the operators to :slit it \sill be i ithl i:atis n. lt"r(lI , ItT'. i. ' Thirteen of the 21 schoonert' is lich oiltlittei for a seal huntt in lIering sea sill git away, eight of them havhii hein tii;S,]' to get Indian hunters. Thi- i. t . ism' lh. t l h. et its years. Goes to St. Petersburg. l.,,'sd t,. July ,.- -The battleship Illi nois. \dmit'l ('rwnis s hihel's ilagstaff, w ill leave Ir:,ves.s u tn Fridlai y. It is said her dl:-tingatitn i ; St. l'etersburg. The wat ship has b'c1 sa great attraction ott the 'lTh 'tn's. Tisusands of craft of every description c:ri'ied people lo look at the latest type ti'" tincle Sam's navy. All steamers' tiasint saletid the sessel and everyhody seemed to take delight in doing honor to the American flag, Misv E.Ild, Ch;ugnon Falls, Idaho. CONYICT TRACY IS FOOLING OFFICERS MAY BE HEADING FOR THE MOUN 1AINS, BUT NOTHING IS DEFIN ITELY KNOWN. F;FADS THE PAPERS TO SECURE FOOD SUPPLIES Probably Went Through Dangerous Pas sage on the Sound, But Others I hink That He May Have Secured a Horse and Is Riding Northward, in Which Direction He is Said to Have Friends. I1 .1i 0 Illr IAI l. .F12 ti ,.] Seattle, July 8.--Absolutely ino word has beerl received which would indicate the whtereah,nts of Ilarry Tracy since lie left Port Malison at q o'clock Saturday night. It was rumorecd this morlilg that he spenlt yesterday at Port Madison Indian reservation,blit this merely larks confirma-. tion. The auuthorities now believe that 'Iracy lied wh.en he told the Johnson fanm ily that lie male Japanese fishermen ferry him across the Soullnd from Meadow Point. 'l'The Japarese in question have not been fulnd and the sheriff's office has iii formation which leads them to believe that a man with a reputation of being a fence." Iand who is also an ex-Convict, helped T'racy across. After a fruitlcs c'ruise covering 1.5 miles and extending firomn Point No Point, just south of W\hidby Island to a point MISS M'MANIE, A Prominent Society Belle of Pocatello. wsithin a few titles if (;ig Ilarblir, Sheriff . (nudihee a1ll a pose oif 0o menl returned this morning to the city ol the Tlug Sea Lion. Starting at fort ladison Sunday cven ilg at 4 o' clock, theI Sea .sladll cruised around llainbridge Ibland, on which Port Madison i.s Ihcated, sisitcd Sidney, the coiUty seat of Kitsap cointly, aid then sarlted about 7 o'clok for the northern counilty, reaching l'Poit No P'oint about 1o:3ti o'clock; here the tilg rt:nlinted at lilnillr during the tight, a competent wa:tcih leing kept for soiile sign of the con vict wh\lo, it wais beli.eved, would attempt to either pasi to the tnorth oil his way to \Whidy blhatil, or would cross the Sound in aoi elndeavor to reach the Great North eorn railroad track ltar Everett. At ,: so this morninlg the Sea Lion wceighed :iianchr and started to retrace her c'r,e, of the night before, examining every lnook aInd inlet ont the west shore anil pausing here and there to obtain in formationi of the convict and his unwilling companion. As the day brightetned, haste was :lmade tI reach Port Madison, where It was hoped Anderson hald returned, with infirlmation as to the course Tracy haj t;ikcti. Took Man With Him. At Port Madison no news was secured rei;ardinlg Anderson and it is feared that thIe ouilaw will keep hiim in the woods for several day, lmaking him do the labo iious \\lork of rowing and tying himl tiup under cover tduring the (lday, ill order to seculre the rest anld sleep in which the out law stanl:ds itn such great need. Southli from Port Madison went the Sea .ion, her conmmnater examining with tile aid of a powerful glass, every bay and cove and carefully scrutinizing every small boat encoullnttered. Finally after passing prac tically the whole of the west short of .lashni Islaniid, the tug returned to the city. As a iict result of the search, Slheri.t Cudihee believes that Tracy either eti barked at the .Madison Indian reservation and securinig a horse mande for the Hood ('anal country, or else is in hiding north of Btailibridge Island. The sheriff now realizes that the convict has a long lead and is in a position, by reason of the fact that he has provisions sufficient ,o last hint a week, to escape the authorities in this state traveling northward at night and sleeping in the brush by day. Every possible point on the sound, both' on the cast and west shore has been fur nished with carefully prepared descrip. tions of Tracy and of Anderson. Thle au thorities of northern counties bordering the sound have taken up the chase and con siderable additions have been made thereby to the pursuing force. I-lHhe hood canal country is being patrolled by two squads of officers, Moreover, a watch is being kept of the evenues leading to the south. The search for Anderson is being prose kept of the avenues leading to the south'. with the Port Madison Indian reservation at the starting point. Tracy took with him a saddle and bridle. It is believed that he will steal a horse from the Indians and make for Ilood's Canal and thence to the Olympic mountains, or crossing the sound, will capture a horse and ride north, eventually landing in Biritish Columbia. King Edward's Condition. lilY ASSOCIATED tPRESS.] London, July 8.-The bulletin regarding Bluckingham palace, yesterday mnorning at Bluckingham palace, this morning at to I o o'clock, says: "The king's progress is all that could be desired." Canada Is Growing. fIn ASSOCIATED PRESS.] London, July 8.-At a meeting of the [Hudson Bay company, Lord Stratheona expressed the opinion that in another de cade Canada would be able to supply the whole of the food stuffs for the United Kingdom. ENGLAND KIND TO COLONIAL GUESTS SEEMS TO BE NO AUTHORITATIVE KNOWLEDGE OF WHAT BUSINESS IS BEING TRANSACTED. ORATORY IN ABUNDANCE AND MUCH ORATORY Colonial Secretary Chamberlain Exceed ingly Reticent in All of His Speeches and the Premiers and Visiting States men Are Unable to Say Just What Position He Takes on the Subjects. fra Asso(IAIrD 1'Ness.l London, July 8.-The process of kill ing the colonial guests with kindness goes on without interruption. The Duke of Marlborough presided at one colonial ban quet at the constitutional club and the imperial chapter of the Primrose league esntertained another group of premiers and ministers. Mr. Leopold de Rothschild gave a large garden party for them at (;unnersbury park. Sir Edmund Itarton had an en gaganenlt for a speech at the meeting at the Masion house and Sir John Gor don Sprigg and Premier Ross made speeches at the Empire league, over which the Duke of Devonshire presided. While there is abundance of oratory over the sentimental aspects of imperial ism, there is a lack of authoritative in formation respecting the business of the conference. Nobody has undertaken to explain Colonial Secretary Chamberlain's views of steamship subsidies and preferential trade, yet the colonials do not doubt that he holds strong opinions on both subjects. lie is credited with a willingness to meet the colonies not, perhaps, half way, but more generally that his colleagues in defending British shipping interests. In the preferential trade he is a strong advocate, but he chooses phrases cautious Iv. Ilie is said to be willing to re lax the grain and wine duties in favor of the colonies, if they in turn will lower their tariffs against England. The results of mutual pr eference he would be likely to explain as gains for free trade. 'There are opltimists among the visit illg states tmen. OASIS IN THE DESERT. One Million Dollars Worth of Good Melons Are Destroyed. I[n Asshc'IATreD I'ies.ls San Francisco. July 8.-A sandstorm has caused damage estimated at $1,oon,ooo in the Indio valley on the Southern Colo rado desert. An artificial oasis of goo acres had been nale by digging artesian wells ndl planted in melons. Julging by last year, when only Go. acres were in cultivation, a profit of more than $ano an acre would have been ,mtade. 'Three htmdered carloads of melons'. for which $1,.oo a car had been offered, were almost ready for shipment when the storm broke. For three dlays it raged with the ther mometer 126 degrees in the shade, and when it was over, every bit of vegetation had been destroyed. D M r I Dr. Myers, Blackfoot, Idaho. Refuse Even Their Sympathy. [nv ASSOCrATED PRESS.] Chicago, July 8,-After a protracted meeting the Railway Clerks' union early yesterday decided that it would not aid the striking freight handlers in any way. When the meeting convened last night a deputation of strikers presented a rcquest' for aid, which the clerks, after a long de bate, refused to grant. Even a vote of sympathy with the strikers was refused, Miss Wearyrick, Blackout, Idaho. PIERPONIT MORGA NOW II GERMANY HE REFUSES TO BE INTERVIEWED OTHER THAN TO SAY THAT EM PEROR IS A GREAT MAN. ANGLO SAXON STATES WILL RULE ThIE WORLD Germany's Ruler Is Fully Acquainted With the Details and Shows a Marvel ous Grasp of Current Affairs Through out the World-Is Becoming More and More Popular Among His People. [Iv ASSOCIATED PRESS.) Berlin, July 8.-J. P. Morgan's arrival here caused a great stir. When Mr. Morgan, accompanied by his daughter, sauntered through Unter den Linden, he was easily recognized by his resemblance to the pictures and cartoons with which the German public have been almost daily entertained. At the newatands Mr. Morgan lingered long enough to see a cartoon of himself in the Lustige Blaetter, showtng hint lying at full legth over a map of America and stretching his hands to England and Germany. Asked about his meeting with the kaiser, Mr. Morgan said: "I am very sorry, but I cannot say anything about the kaiser. lie was exceedingly courteous to us. lie is a great man, for a fact." Clement A. Griscom, who was with the party on board the Meteor said: "The Anglh-Saxon countries-the United States, (;reat Britain and Germany-arc destined to rule the sea and commerce. Germany is a growing nation. Th'e kaiser is fully acquainted with the relations between the trans-Atlantic shipping company which Mr. Morgan has formed, and the German steamships. In fact the kaiser is acquaint cl with all the details and shows a miarvclou. grasp of current affairs. Kaiser Is Popular. ''Whilc we were on board the Meteor, he assumed charge and directed the ship like a life-long seaman. In fact he would have led the Meteor as a winner of the first prize, except for the large handicap given the boat. The kaiser sympathizes with our efforts in doing away with un necessary competition between the vari ous trans-Atlantic lines and affecting rconotny. 'I have no doubt the kaiser is be Coming more and more popular, not only among his own people, but in other coun tries. When Prince Henry visited the United States a member of the New York Yacht club decided to make a re turn by coming over to the meeting at Kiel. I am sure that the attendance of an increasing number of American yachts at Kiel is now certain. "The kaiser expressed admiration for Mr. Morgan. I think he believes the United States is a good country to model after. There is no reason to fear rivalry between the United States and Germany fromt a commercial standpoint. All may work together for a common end." ADVERTISED LETTERS. SLetters advertised at Butte, Montana, fot the week ending June 26, 1902: Alisoece, Frank Kane, Edward Allen, Fred H Krause, Herman Anderson, Matt Kearney, John Adams, Miss Nina Kulala, Nanni Anderson, Sophie Kearney, Robt Anderson, WV Kohl, William Austin, Mrs W Kinney, Walter Srowie, E W Lynch, Henry Bowman, II A Lynch, Mrs James Bacon, Dr. W S-a Lisle, Nona Butler, Dr. A L Leonard, Bert Brooks, Dr E A Lee, Addie a Bay, Mrs Lwe, Bess Benson, Anna Lewis, Mrs D Bery, lBert Iogslet, Ed Brooks, A B Loska, Harve Briggs, Mr Layton, John Blackmsore, Arthur Lemelin, P Boulette, Miss Clara Lavell, Richard Bichard, Charles Miller, Dr J L Barrett, C C Mulligan, Jack Bayman, Frank Mooney, Alice Barclay, Geo Myers, A D 1laker, Grace Murray, Con lest, Henry M-os, is E- C Brooks, Joe Madden, Emmett Buggs, Helen Mardin, G Blowers, J M Martens, Henry Burris, John F Murry, James Beaudin, J Charles Miller, Jno A Barta L A Masters, Mrs JessIe Burbridge, O II Maneth, Mrs Mack Brown, T Allen Murphy, Mrs J F Beattie, \V R Mullane, Mary Butt, \Wm II Marten, Mrs Rose Bradley, John Moran, Thomas Benttila, Adolf E Mont, John R 3 Curtis, K Mack, Wm Carpenter, Elener Molen, C Cardwell, Jas McCleary, Scott Costello, Wmn - 2 McCord, C S Chancy, Bert MeCloskey, James J Culter, Mrs Callie McDonald, John W Cheatam, Chester MacDonald, Tom C Clark, T McHugh, Bernard Cohn, Esther McGrath, Fred Cornell, Mrs. Ella McKenzie, D R Carl, Frank McKenzie, John Cumminger, aumes McMaul, Miss Cauley, James McRae, Rod Cullom, Mrs Laura McRae, D P Cunningham Mrs L RNidock, Mike Cleve, Mrs Martha Nolay, T J Collins, R S O'Connors, J J Clark, J Oleson, Mrs Davis, Edw E O'Meara, J IH Davidson, Dr \V A 2O'Connor, Dora Dresser, Bessie Odam, Walter Delman, Dottie Persons, Mrs Day, Mrs Ida Pyle, Ed Dreary, Mrs J Pierce, Elsie 1)evancy, John Potterges, Jimmie Doherty, Madge Perlret, John Davis, W J Paglia, oe Edsal, Bert a Philips, lhilip B Ericksn, IC II Philips, Allie Eli, M Quinn, Mrs Sarah j Estenstad, ePter O Ridgers, Miss Egan, Thomas 2 Rouleau, Elmer Flynn, Mrs. Ed Risamaun, Henry Frederic, J B Reardon, John F Fox, Dr WV R Rowe, J F Flory, Joseph Rosenberg, Miss Lilly Finland, Mr Ryan, Mike Flin, Miss Rints, Mrs Sanna Flannigan, A Riley, T W Fisher, C F Russell, A Forbes, Gertrude Shanks, Mrs Chas Ferguson, Mrs F fI Swartz, Rosie Fines, Fred Skoglund, Mrs Ma. Frank, H B tilda Fisher, Harry peese, Samuel Foley, James Sullivan, Mrs Mar. Fay, Nellie garet Gulley, Clarence Sullivan, Mr. Gorr, Alf Sullivan, Patsy Gorman, AltcI& Simmons, C Gordon A W Smith, illy (,alis, ohn C - Smith, H A Gordon, L Smith, Paul Gormley Schultz, Dr W M Grady, Wiliam Skong, Marius L Getner, Henry Swanson Anna Greatwestern Meat Stulls, C W Market Shaubut, G WV Hunter Dr 7 C Skelly, Geo Hossack, Miss B Shannon, as Harrington, James Shaubert, J J Heap, Clara G Stevenson, Peter Holden, E H Simon, S haveri, Esko Sloan, L D Haas, Frank Steiner, Miss Mal Haley, G W Taylor, Geo Hall, G A Taylor, James Hollister, Geo Taylor, Marion Hartley, Harry Tan e, Lila Harrell, Jno Tucker, G T Howard ease Uland, Olaf O Healy, jeJrry aughn, Albert Hedley, John P Wakeman, Chas Hirsh eld, Miss Welter, A H Lottie White, Al Hanson, Mrs M Williams, Mrs Harovich, H Wall, Mrs A Holmes, Miss Nora PWalker, Mrs Hoban, Peter Wiberg, Charles Hanley, Richard Wilcomb, F H Hynes, Thomas Willmen, Grace Hopkins, C B Wawner Geo D Horr, Robt L Webb, H T Hill, Mollie Wright, H Hales, G W Wells, J C Hobson, C C Winstell, Oscar Hoskins, Harriet Ward, Philis Hales, G W Wilds, Mrs J W Hekerlein, E Waldert, Rudolph Harris, F J Wilton, R S Hillman, H S a Wetherbec, Richard Ives, A E Woolaghan, Thos B Johnson, Miss Anna Young, Mr Jackson, Emil FOURTH-CLASS Jacobs, Isaac MATTER. ohnson. John Cooper Bros. ohns, Mrs Kate Jamison, Mrs Wm ensen, Minnie Mullins, P E Jenkins, William McManus, Mrs Karlson, W Pfaff, A Kells, I)r R S Ronston, T B Kress, Dr W J Rowe, Walter E Kelly, Ernest Rolfe, Warren King, B Smith, Wm H Kenneneu, Mrs Toan, Byron E Carrie Ward, Philis Keith, Claude GEORGE W. IRVIN, Postmaster. WANT ADS. WANT AD. RATES. Funeral and death notices, fraternal society notices, entertainment notices, cards of thanas, so cents a line each insertion. Help wanted, situations wanted, houses and rooms, real estate, etc., as words or less, is cents; :6 to so words, so cents; as to a words as cents. No discount for additional insertions. Personals, fortune telling, palmlsts, propries tary remedies, a cents a word each insetr tion; $a.oo per month pet line. ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS Addressed care the Inter Mountain and left at this office, should always be inclosed in sealed envelopes. 's stamp is required on such letters. The Inter Mountain will not be responsible for errors in advertisements taken through the telephone. Real Estate Snaps $;,85o-6-room solid brick (3 to a side), in good location, South Main; rented all the time, $32. $3oo-Fine residence lot on West Granitc. We will build you a house on this and sell it to you on easy terms. $8,5oo-Entirely modern brick block, on East Brbadway, corner lot, rented $135. A good solid investment. $125-I.ots in Lennox, $15o; Silver Bow Park, $15o; Valley Add., $SI5; Crosby Add. All on easy terms. If you want a lot in any of these additions-why pay more? IMITATION THE SINCEREST FLAT TERY. ANYONE can copy our advertising matter, but our up-to-date methods of 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 want us. We want you. CHAPMAN & GOWAN, Specialists in Real Estate. 77 West Broadwayv. 'Phone 847F. REAL ESTATE. Own Your Own Home. Read this list of unexcelled bargains: Three-room house on South Side, good barn and sheds, lot 3oxloo. 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 $z,6oo. Six-room, hard finish, large lot, barn; on Colorado street. Price $iz,oo. Four-room, frame, on Missouri avenue; cabin in rear; lot 3ox1oo. Price $55o. Four-room house, all modern, on Colo rado street; lot 31xI15. Price $r,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 $I,375. Three-room house on V. Alunnminum, lot 3ox6o. Price $600. Eight-room, fancy, on Worth; modern; part cash, balauce on time. Price $r,375S Now is the time to buy. K. FORMEL. zot West Porphyry street. THE GREATEST SNAP IN BUTTE. $3,ooo buys a building renting for $1,750 a year; good location. Call and see this bargain. Chas. L. Smith & Co., 33 West Granite. CARPET CLEANING. WEST SIDE ELECTRIC CARPET cleaning Co., 130 W. Broadway. Tele phone 867A. CARPET CLEANING-C. E. SHALE, Mgr., Mont. and Porphyry. Tel. 66g-M, BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY. RANCH FOR SALE.--3a0 ACRES OF good hay land in close vicinity to Butte. Apply to room 6s5, Hennessy biulding FOR SA.LE-HORSE AND PHAETON, Epider phaeton and safe family horse. Mrs. Jessie C. Knox, box to34. MEDICAL. MONTANA VIAVI CO., ROOM ats SGoldberg building, We treat success fully at diseases of women, catarrh, stomach and bowel complaints. Con aultation free. Office hours a to S p, m. WANTED-AGENTS. AGENT -WANTED--LADY OR GEN temna guse od ocanvasser. 343 HELP WANTED. WANTED-.BOYs. A. D. T. COMPANY. WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS COOK IN a small private family; must be a good laundress. A liberal salary will be paid to a thoroughly competent person. Call at once or address 31t North Excelsior avenue, Butte. HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. Dinner tomorrow at Southems hotel. Da Twey , p :ropretorto. The most abundan meal of bet.cooki' od fd or ase. As much as ou want of any and every dish, all for ase one of our dinners and be etnvineod that iis the bc: on earth for t.s moaw. -SOUP- - Beef Broth. -BOILED-. Corn Beef and Cabbage. -ROAST _rrime Cut of Beef, Brown Gravy. Leg of Mutton with Dressing. -ENTREES Stewed Beef, New Potatoes. Boston Baked Pork and Beans. Pigs' Feet, Spanish. Minced Veal on Tout, 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.-Beefsteakl Spanish, Caaned Salmon, Cold Meats. MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED-WORK BY WOMAN, BY the day. 1o4 Idaho alley. 8888 RHEUMATIC CURE-GUARAN. teed. PROF. NISBETH MASSAGE, HYDRI. atic water and electric treatments. Swedish Mrovements cure. Parlors 34i King block. WE BUY, SELL, EXCHANGE, Ri" pair new and second-hand householl goods, sewing machines a specialty; try us. E. Side Second-Hand Store, a35 and 237 E. Park at., Butte. 'Phone 66oA. SECOND-HAND GOODS BOUGHT and cold; freight paid to neighboring towns. Oechsli, 2a4 West Park. 8888 KIDNEY AND LIVER CURE Guaranteed. FOR SALE-FURNITURE IN EIGHT room house; close in; $Soo. J. E. Rick ards Co., No. 49 East Broadway. FOR SALE-8888 HEADACHE CURE cures powder smoke headache, neu ralgia, sick headache, or aches or pains in any portion of the body. Ask your druggist for them. WANTED AT INTER MOUNTAIN Good clean cotton rags. WANTED -- SECOND-HAND FURNi ture. Hogue, No. a.5 East Park street. THE MONTANA TRANSFER CO. IS THE largest and most thoroughly equipped outft In the city and wil give you best service. Office to West ]l'oadwsy. Telephone, sal 'ostofltce Box, 763. FOR SALE - TWENTY-FIVE PER cent investment; house of 14 rooms in good renting location; price, only $a,too; rents for $480 per year. This is a snap. Look into it. Chas. L. Smith & Co., 33 West Granite street. PALMIST. CARD READING 2ec, at6 S. IDAHO. MAZIE, PALMIST, CARD READER; readings, 5oc. 2a6 South Idaho. FOR RENT. FURNISHED ROOMS. FOR RENT-ELEGANT HOUSEKEEP. Ing suite. Apply Sherman house. iUlRNlSHED ROOMS FOR GENTLE men; neatly furnished for housekeeping. Terms reasonable. 6io E. Park. FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS, COM plete for housekeeping. s.p West Galans street. HOUSES. FOR RENT--6-ROOM HOUSE, BATH, electric light, modern, west side, $35.oS per monlth. Inquire at Dr. Bernhelm's Hirbour building. FOR RENT--PALACE I.VVERY STA. ble and lodging house on South Main street. Accommodations for 5o horses. Lodging house contains i8 rooms partly furnished. Slemons & Booth. Rooms 1, 2 and 3, Silver Bow block. MONEY TO LOAN. LOANS-MONEY TO LOAN AT 8 PER cent; no delays. Hall Brothers, 48 East Broadway, Butte, Montana. LOANS ON FURNITURE - LOW rates. Room a, 77 West Broadway. MONEY TO LOAN -. JACKMAN & Armitage Co., Hirbour block, N. E. cort ner Main and Broadway. JOHN R. BAPTY.-ASSAYER AND chemist, a17 Hamilton St.,. Butte. COLLECTIONS. BUTTE ADJUSTMENF COMPANY CO.U lects had bills; try it, rs$ North Main. FURN ITIRE. GREAT MOVE BY A BIG BUSINESS into a large Mtore; largest of its kind in the entire West. The Butte Exchange Furniture company will move into the five-story building now occupied by the Kennedy Furniture company, No. so West Broadway, about July sat, and will ,occupy the entire building and prepared to handle your household goods and furt 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, 50o per month; three for $I.oo. BUTTE EKCHANGE FURNITURE CO. 3. CHAUVIN. Mgr. DR. HUIE POCK I Thirteenth doctor of China from grand father down. Born and schooled in the profession. Treats all -diseases, naking a specialty of chronic troubles, consult me. 227 South Main St.