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RACIN I. ,. figh-Class Racing June 21st to Sept.r F Under the Auspices of Montana Club First race at 3 p. m., each racing day. Street cars direct to track, while Columbia Garden cars will transfer. Admission $I. LADIES FREE. Hugh I. Wilson, president; Lou Frank, secretary; Joseph A. Murphy, presiding judge; Ralph II. Tozer, associate judge. UTAH SENATOR IN ENGLAND Senator Kearns and Wife Enjoy the Hos pitality of Sir Thomas Lipton. 1` [BY5 ASO'IATEDn oRItSS.] London, July 17.-A dinner will lie given in honor of J. I'. Morgan, next Tuesday in the house of commons. A. W. Maconochi ,]f. I'., is to be host and the guests will in clude Premier Ilalfour and several cabinet lllmembers, as well as manlly representative Einglishmleln. Senator Kearns of Utah and Mrs. Kearns, who have been in England, a week or nmore, have Ibeen entertained by Sir (Ithot;as Lipton on the steam yacht Erin. Mr. and Mrs. Kearns breakfasted with the American ambassador on Tuesday and left for Scotland. PARDONED THAT RE MAY ENJOY LARGE FORTUNE Inventor Gets Sentenced to Prison That He May Cheaply Perfect New Machine. I oY Assu tAti.I rutsst.] New York. July 17.-in order that lie miay return to IGermaty and obtain a for tune of $50,000 to which he recently fell heir and to which his right has been fully establislted, Richard Bassler has been par doned by the New Jersey court of par dons. IBassler ssas sentenced to two years' Imprisonment on a charge of burglary. The story of the critime as lie related it to the Court of pardons was that while intoxi cated, lie fell through a store rwindow with no intention of stealing. Another prisoner was senltelnced to so years In t1896 on a elatrge of breaking into the postoflice, ini order that he might ake tup the manufacture of a sewing mta hine invented by him while behind the bars. A company with an authorized capital of $I,ooo,0oo has been formed to manufacture the machine. The pardoned prisoner is said to have received $50,ooo cash and a block of stock ill the new company. t Royal Patient Doing Well. S [y ASSO'IATE D rutl'SS.I London, July 7.--The royal yacht, it is understood, will remain off Cowes about a fortnight if the weather continues fine, and he king may then take a trip down the halntel. The doctors are anxious that their patient shall not lie given the least 'discomltfort or ilnconvenietlce and instruc lions have Ibeen issuedl to skiplpers and pilots navigatiig vessels through the solenti to slow down whenI passing thle Victoria and Albert in order to prevent oscillation. i Organize New Asphalt Company. ) [BY ASSOCiaT..I '-RIats.J New York, July 7.-Thlle anntouncemnellt Is madle, says the Journal of Contterce, that the reorganizatlotn plan of the National Asphalt company, rprepared bIy thie pIrotec tive committees, has been signted by meth ters of both conmmittees, and the details ,Will be made public on Friday or Saturdlay of this week. It is tunderstood that the capitlizatiol of ilthe inew conmpaty, under the new plan, will le $3,,.too,oro+o cotisist ing of $t7,o00t,,00 ill cottimmtoii stock antld $t4,0oo,oo itn preferred. , Simply a Theory. F \lWashington Post.] Perhaps the after-dinner coffee was so warmn that it singed the ginger-ale side Whiskers of the lion. Don M. Dickinson. NOTICE. There will be a meeting of the stock holders of the North Pacific Placer Mining Company, held at the company's office, 20 VWest Broadway, on Thursday, July 24, at 7:30 p. in., for the election of officers and any other business that may come up in the interest of the stockholders. By order of the president. J. CIIAUVIN, Secretary. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF CO PARTNERSHIP. Notice is hereby given that A. S. Bin nard of Butte, Montana, and Rachael Bin. nard of Lewiston, Idaho, heretofore co partners under the firm name and style of Binnard & Binnard, with their principal place of business at No. zoa East Park street, Butte, Mont., have dissolved said co partnership by mutual consent, Rachael Binnard having purchased all the right, title and interest of the said A. S. Bill, pard, in and to the said co-partnership usiness, and hereby assumes all the part nership liabilities. Witness our hands this 1st day of July, 1902. A. S. BINNARD, IACHEL BINNARD, SPANISH MINISTER EMILIO DE OJEOA HE DISCUSSES THE CONDITIONS WHICH EXIST IN BOTH COUN TRIES AND THE TREATY. SUGGESTS MUCH MORE GENERAL INTERCOURSE He Wants to Encourage Americans to Visit His Country-Spirit of Consolida tion Is Already Developing in Spain and the Country Is Making Wonderful Progress Along Commercial Lines. Ian Assr( IA Il:) IM'SS.]1 New York, July t7.-I Emtilio de Ojeda, the new Spanish minister is in the city and will remain here a few days before going to Newport for the remainder of the sumn mer. liscussing the conditions of trade in Spain and the proposed treaty with the Untited States, Mr. O(jeda if quoted by the Journal of 'onlllnerce as saying: "Spain has lost her colonies and fully recognizes the importance of increasing her conmmercial relatioins in order to adjust her alfairs to the new corlitions; but what is needed is a preparation for increased con: mercial intercourse and a Ietter understandll ing and miore general ilntercourse between the two peoples. "1 lind there is almost total ignorance, in a popular sense, in the United States as to what Spain really is and there is greater ignorance In Spain in regard to the L'United States. In the beginniniig, therefore, I fa vor illcreased intercourse between the two nations. When the two peoples of Spain and the United States get to utnderstand each other, the trade will come. My idea is to establish a kind of combihnation to include protminent bankers in Spain, tlhe bankters, hotels, etc., to encourage Aiter icanlls to visit our countl ry. li he plan is to make the trip as cheap and in every way as pleasant as possible. "In this connection, I may say tha;t lthe spirit of consolidation of interest is ait ready developing in Spain oni vry Ibroad lities. There has been wonderful proyre:.s in ship yards. sugar grow.ig ant planting. The rorcigon ua e has already givn thi,, a;tler r l at lllstuly :ild :s a irst tll l lha, started a sampile ofllice for the p.urpost of giving our own people an idea of foreign requirements. Samplles of all the articles Spaint can produce and that have a foreign market are on exhibition with their ruliilg pric~s :ttc:hed and utrove of i rii ,.,.. .... Doctor Goes Insane. I .Y Arson IA o rPuts:s ('hicago, July 17.---l)r. EI itnett I;no:, is dead at the Elgint insane asylum. Dr. Iinos was chief ol the medllical stall at the Kankakee asylum for many years until last fall, when lihe felt his ind giving way. lie diaglnosed his own ease and hoped that by leading a quiet life his faculties would be restored. lie enigaged in mledlc II practice in Ilersher, but becamie violently insane there on May an and a few day, later was colnmtitted to El)gin. Bidding Pope Leo Farewell. Ivy ASSti( .\;sllDo easi I Rome, July 17.-- At noon today Major I'orter of the judge a.,vocate's departiment of tile army at \Washingitol, persuonally delivered to Cardinal .alnpotla, the papal secretary of state, the last note of Jludge Taft, governor of the IPhilippine islands. on the subject of withdIrawal of the friars fromt the islands which will presumably end the governor's negotiationsl here, as Major Porter sinmultaneously presented a letter from Judge Taft asking for a farewell autdicice with the lope. Italians Have a Good Time. lay ASo ;OAI:I u1 PsI so. I New York, July 17.---'l'hosandls of len, women anll children, gaily dressed, thronged the streets and joinied in tthe parades, celebratiol chariva ics in "little Italy" in contnetloration of the feast of (Our Lady of Mounit Carmnnel, the patron saint of Naples. is feature of the celre mllony was the great pIlrade of tIle society of I)ur Lady of Mount C'ariel, in which a Ihanner with tIIe portrait of the \Virgiti was conlsplicuous. The banneller when the lend of the parade was reached hal $5,oo00 iut money andl jewelry attached to it, these offerings having beeit plined duritni the marlch in accordaince with thelil :lcient tlhitollli South African Situation. its' As.si'IArFn til ss,I london, July 17.--Sonic nlleasiness ;s fet in official circles regarding tihe situ:i lion in South Africa. 'l lrer is cvidelce today that complete racial reconcilation is far fromu complete at present. In Another Race. luY ASSOCIItA-I:u PIRiss.] D)over, England, July t 7.--niperor Wil liam's schooner yacht, Meteor 11, was tlh first to arrive here in the race front the island of Hleligolandl, Germany, for the V'on Ilusch trophlly, valed at 6,o0 guilleas, and two other prizes. The yachts started in the race Monday, and last night were becalmed in the North yea. Stock Goes Down. I ly ASSOnIATir I PRaSS.] Salt lake, Utah, July 17.-Ott the local mining stock exchange this morning Daly \Vest dropped from $54 to $48 a share, a loss of over $r,oo,oo000 on the enitire capital stock. Have Robbers Cornered. F[iY ASSO(' si El n RE' :SSI. Denver, Colo., July 17.--A telegram re ceived at the office of the Denver & Rio Grande railway here fromn its representa tives at Pitkin says the robbers who held up the train near Marshall Pass have been surrounded in Box Canon. The message says the posse was apprehensive of good results unless reinforcements were sent at once. Assistance has been sent from all the officers in the vicinity. Price of Whisky. faY ASSOCIATED PRESS.] Peoria, Ill., July i7.-The price of whisky advanced .one cent this morning on the Peoria board of trade. This brings the present price up to A- per gallon as a Ibis for finished goods. WILL ACCEPT LESS RIGOROUS TERMS POWERS OF ONE MIND RELATIVE TO THE EVACUATION OF TIEN TSIN AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. ltY ASSO('IAtrtD l'ieSs.] Washington, July 17.--It is said at the state dlepartment that the statement made by Lord Cranborne in the house of com.n mons in regard to the evacuation of Tien Tsin was that the Chinese authorities, on July a, requested that Minister Wu would kindly ask the government of the United States, which hail pursued a liberal course, to consult with the other powers with a view to causing instructions to be sent to their representatives in (ht:na for a speedy transfer of authority without any more delay. This request was repeated on July 5. The action taken by the United States was. takent in pursuance of this reqluest and resulted in the ascertainment of the fact that all the principal powers concerned were in harmony in regard to the subject of evacuation utnder terms less rigorous than tho,;e suggsted by the military author ities in Tien T'sin. As it was known Ibeforehandi by this government that (;reat Britain had shared our views in the matter, iin reptresentations were made in london on the subject. SUES THE MASTER PLUMBERS Kansas Plumber Sues the Association Under Anti-Trust Law. Iny . ':." oI I. 1. . a l.s. I Iort Scott. Kas.. July 17.-I'har!es A. Sturmss, a pltlumhr who is utt:!dle to get into the ~,lt;l.,.r 'ltunthers aislsciationl of Kansas, or t, Ihtl goods withu:t heing a llllllm ler of the associationl, h:is filed suit here ipreC ;llaratory to a lpro.(eition of its oiirers tu ler its anti trlust law. Sttrmts ai lh(tes that whole.,.;.le houses will not sell to himt without the consent of tmembers of thle associationl who are in t:s iness; that tIhtesr '.t rcitlse their coil sent 1and he c:anot get a stock. North Carolina Nominations. I ii ,*s.~o)1 rr: Irtt'r S.I Grecnshoro. N. t .. Juily 17. i--T-'e 1:o cratict state 'convenltiton noin;,,el Wa!t-r (l:rk for chief justice of the sipretme court. The plt:forll intlorrs t.le Kansas 'ity platform. MAKES TIIE CLOSINP ADDLRESS Prof. Dubois Speaks of the Educati:n-I Advantages of Chicago. ins ..'-oi Arens) ruts . I (lhicar., Ju;ly 17. -\V. E. I. Iultois of the Atlantic univiersity t1ade the closing adldiress at the lna:l session if the negro conference last ni.htl. s:itloling up all of the various papers that thai i .ni read atlI giviing the o,;,inioii that the dle.ational advantiges of the ur:ce in (lhicago were supterior to tlhose In New York. I'rot. W rilght iof the U:iveritv oif ('hi ;ag., sponke on the s'ljetct ol ccorinlic co rlitions. An intercollegiate b(anqucet was tendered Prof. )t. v.is at the close of the ses.ion. NO PUBLIC DEMONSTRATION Coers Do Not Wish to Make Their Posi tion Any Worse. liU AS o"it IA Il ells. i New York, Ju!y 7. -It has b.ee: de ter:mined at 1a meetiing of liocr sytimpa thizeers, called by the A.merican Society of Fri edom. that the.re shall he :o organized pubtlic deioinistratl,n of syniata:ly with the Boer prisoners now here, just released flout thlle lernilda camps. General s illiers, in addressing the meet ing said: "(l Or position is one of extreme delicacy. W\e have just sworn allegiance to King .dward V.. and are going back 'td' (or cllountry unlll'r new condlition:s. (Oar c.llltry is tinder martial Ilw, ail we do Int wish iyv word or act to dIi anything tlh:it would pel haps inal e thiings worse." Most of the pirisoners will sail on July :-,t for Southit Africa. Baltimore & Ohio Improve:ent. Inv ,s O 'lAll.ll run.ss.I PhiladlelpIhi:i. July I7,.- In i:inection with the annoIllncement that the Ialti more & O(hio will spend $5.i iimoio in inllpro\ve'l ntts in the next tw Iylar.;, it is stated that t11ch1 of the work ha;l r ::leady ibeen contracted for. The yards in this city. lBaltimore, t(lenwood, Pitts.hurg and other points will he greatly enlarged. More than $.i,iu.iuo will lie ,pent for Inew engines and cars. Examining the Illinois. lily AssoilIArEli PrI'.ss. Chritilaua, Norway, iJuly 17.--The United States battletshii l Illiniois, Ilagship of Rear Admiral (irowninshichul was towed into the inter harbor today and divers are now tryilg to repair the dam:age which she sustained Monday whlie she struck an olstruction while standling in the outer harbor, so that she can proceed to Chat ham, England, and go into dry clock. Spring a Surprise. liy Au.iilATlIi' l PIRES. 1 Cheyenne, Wyo., July 17.--lIen Nolken was arrestdil on the crilinal charge of criminal provocatioi preferred by the Union Pacific. It is reported he ran the line of guards about the comnpany's shops. The attorneys for the defense sprang a sensation by proving that in bringing all armed body of guards ilnto Wyoming to protect its property, the I'niin Pacific is, violating the statutes. The strikers may bring charges against the guards on these charges. Lord Curzon to Return. Iuy Asso'IATE'I] tr'ss.] London, July 7.-T'rhe Times says it regards as practically certain that 1R. B.' Finley, the attorney general, will succeed Earl HIalsbury as lord high chancellor and that lHon. Alfred .ittleton will enter the government and Lord Curzon nf, Keddleston, viceroy of India, will take the earliest opportunity to return to Lon don and resume political activity. Columbia River Salmon. [BY ASSOCIATED PRESS,] Portland, Ore., July i7.-This season's salmon pack on the Columbia river so far amounts to about 5,oo000 cases. Stor age plants have put up about 2,00oo0 tlerees, of Chinook salmon and have packed aboutt 4,ooo pounds of steel heads, equivalent to about 40,0000 cases of packed product Ln cans. IROll PRDLUCIION NOW FALLING OFF ALABAMA FURNACES WILL BE BE HIND THIRTY PER CENT-COAL STRIKE CAUSES DELAY. [vY A5socltArnt PR5eS,] Cleveland, Ohio, July 17.-The Iron Age in its current issue, says: "There has been heavy buying of pig iron in the Chicago distriot, two orders alone amounting to over So,ooo tons. The Alabama coal miners' strike has been settled, the men deciding to return to work on the basis of the old scale, which provided for a So cent maximtum. The day wages of skilled work i.en are increahcid. Of the 30o Alabama furnaces on the active list i3 were banked bl'tause of the strike and some of these will lot resume until toward the end of the mointh, 'The pig iron production in Alabama, it is estimated, will fall off about 30 per cent, or ,Mono tons, from that of June sales of iron for delivery in 9o02. At Pittsburg sales of ao.ooo tons of foundlry iron have been made in the week for next year. The troubles of the north ern furnaces. banked because of coal trikes and some stacks that have been ope rated freely are now in doubt from day t,, lay how long they can keep going. With all the hindrances the production of iron keeps up a surprising rate. the active lurnaces of July having a reported capacity olf .3s.5on tons, which is a high record. CARNEGIE'S SUBSCRIPTION He Gives One Hundred Thousand Dollars to Clark University. IsI .:OetIATo.) I'e s. S.] New York. July 17.---Andrew Carnegie Iri primisri d to give Clark university $, .,oosi toward the $50o,ooo needed to se cure a beqttest of $50oo,ooo ulnder the late 11ill of the late' Jonas (. Clark, says a ', ircester, M;as,.. special to the T'ribune. \!r. ('arnegie made the news ktuown in a Slilhgrain saying: 'I will give $ioo.uoo i.roviding the other half he raised by a !; ,cial gift fund in honor of Senator I hour. 'I he other half to which Mr. Carnegie rcters is the $230.0oo which by the will of lMr. (lark tlalst be raised, in order to al liw the tri.ste.s tI divide the $50no,,o be t.t:een the departments oif research, library :., I literature in equal sums. NOT SD' BAD AS REPORTED Storm Did Much Damage Through Min nesota and North Dakota. I Ill ..;,C1 A IA I P -si5.J 't. lPaul, July t7.-Telegralphic contutnntui Cetion with the Red I(ier valley is still i:t .rruplltcd, lbitt a brief telephlone conver Sit;ol wth (;ranll Forks at iloon brought the news that the storm was very widle s;prea;;d aIl di imch damllage will lie heavy in the tggregi te. 1,t1 there is yet no con firniltion .f tCie re, orts Ih,.t several towns ha. Ie Iben dl st,2 ovred. T'hese replortl are 'li-credited :.t C1ramd Fork:;. as are also the 'repots of lIos of life. It is believed, hioc\.tr. that lilliy are ilinjured. T'l:e torlll S:t lated near Ilevil's I.ake. :. I)., sw ll.t n'' tr awIl iupi tile Red l iver valley. jitllelld alrolssq .Minnittesiota ltind went t',aring dowI the Mississippi river into Il o a. President's Quiet Day. i 1l ,A ,..iocIArEt, rs:'ss.] oyster Ilay, I.. I.. July 17.--Today was the first really quite time the president has had at Sagamore Hill since his va cation hegan. He passed most of the day in recreation with Mrs. Roosevelt and the children. 'Tonight R. I). Wrenn, the ten vis champion. and a former member of 'Tiroop A, of the Rough Riders, and Owen Ri;tcr of Philadelphia, author of "The Virginian." will arrive at Sagamore H1ill to spend the night and tomorrow with the president. Inquest on Merrill. [aY AS;-O(IATtDt PlsSS,] T'acoma. W\ash., July a7.--The inquest over the body of Merrill, the dead convict, has devehloped tihe fact that he had served two terms in the Montana penitentiary at D)eer I.odge. 6ne term under the name of Mcl'a',ute and the other under the name of Ca.'roll. Information is needed from l)eer d.od.g as to four false front teeth Merrill ore, which the Oregon penitentiary ofli. cia!s failed to discover when examining. Convicts at Salem have since told the war dle that Merrill had false teeth and this fact was telegraphed to the coroner at Chechalis this morting, Helping Infant Industries. [BY ASSO('in:TIuI) aREsS.] lHavana, July 17.-The senate has ap pointed a committee to decide whether the agricultural and cattle industries iin Cltba need assistance and if so to recoin lmend means to aid them. A loan of $4,00o,ooo to assist cane growers is pro posed and it is suggested that a bounty of $5 be paid for each cow imported into the island. Hanged by a Mob. [li AssOCIATEIn PattSS.] ()wcnshoro, Ky., July 17.-Josh Ander soll was hanged by it mob at 2:3o this morning. He was taken from the jail without much resistance, the jailer not Speeling a mlob. Anderson was strung to the crossbeam of the city scales. .ast Thursday night he went to the home of his wife, three miles below town, called her out and shot her three times, instantly killing lhfr, Must Repair Ancient Church. [BY ASSOCIATED PRESS.] London, July ag.--According to a Rome correspondent of the Daily Express, the rich wooden ceiling of the church of Saint John Lateran is cracked in several parts and a commission has reported that repairs costing $4,o00 are necessary to prevent its falling. The correspondent says that the pope alarmed by the fall of the Campanile in Venice has ordered *at a fund be started to defray the cost of repairing the ceiling. Jury is Secured. [eY ASSOCIATED PRESS.] ,Detroit, July 17.-After exhausting three panels each and using up all but one man of a fourth panel a Jury was secured for the trial of former Cashier F. C, Andrews, of the City Savings bantk who is charged with misappropriating the sunds of the bank. WANT ADS. WANt AD. RATES. t has.., so eaite a ie. ah isertloI. Kelp wanted, susties wante, bor ad cent t o0 t rot . e r centrl 1 toi . la. nts. No e rd1onal Peronrals, fortune telling, palmeist, a proe. t ey rmeadles, a cnia rod • relaen . Uon t m.e. per month pet fane. ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENL Addressed sre the Inter Mountain and left at tLa pled in should Iwys be lactored in seled envelopes te steap eI required an such letters. The Inter ountain will not e responsible for error s dverthLemeatu taken through the tslephone. REAL ESTATE. Building Lots. We have for sale a large number of the most choice building lots in the city. Located in all sections, with authority to sell at prices that are very low, con sidering the demand for suchl property. Any one contempalating the erection of flats, residences or store buildings should see us before they buy the ground. K. FORMEL & CO. Real Estate, tot W. Porphyry. fOR SALE-BOARDING AND LODG ing house, close in, to rooms, everything in splendid condition. Practically no rent, long lease: B2S cash boarders This is the best bargain in town; $1,300oo.oo00. Norvell Co., Ilirbour Building. 5-ACRE TRACTS-THEE MILES FROM Missoula; abundance of water; reason able prices; easy terms. Address F. H., Inter Mountain. MRutt.. CARPET CLEANING. WEST SIDE ELECTRIC CARPET cleaning Co., i3o W. Broadway. Tele phone 867A. CARPET CLEAN!NG-G. E. SHALE, Mgr.. Mont. and Porphyry. Tel. 66g-M. DEI'ARTMENT OF TIlE INTERIOR, UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE. hlelena, Montana, April 12, 19o01. Reports in duplicate, marked Exhibits A and U, having been filed in this office on the 12th day of April, o901, by the commissioners appointed for this land dis trict under an act of congress approved February 26, 1895, entitled "An act to provide for the examination and classi fication of certain mineral lands in the states of Montana and Idaho," as amend ed by the act of June 6. isoo, showing the classification of lankd within the land grant limits (or the indemnity land grant limits) of the Northern Pacific Railroad cotmpany, made by said connlissioners from March i, to0o, to March 3t, 19ot, both dates inclusive, as follows: By Com mnissioner Watson Boyle. Unsurveyed Lands Classified as Mineral. Description No. 2. Beginning at the northwest cor ner of Section 5, Township S south, Range 6 west, and running thence west seven miles; thence south six miles; thence east nine miles; thence north co chains; thence west 20 chains; thence north 20 chains; thence west 6o chains; thence north one mile; thence west 40 chains; thlcnce north 40 chains; thence west 40 chaints ; thence north one mile; thence we t 20o chains; thence north one mile; thence east 20 chains; thence t:orth to the place of beginning. This description in tended to cover Township i south, Range 7 west, and Sections 7 anu to. west half and southeast quarter Section aq, Section 3J. southwest quarter, and west half and southeast quarter of southeast quarter Sec tion 33. Township a south, Range 6 west. when surveyed. Notice is hereby given in compliance with the fifth section of said act that any person, corporation or com pany feeling aggrieved by said classifica tion may, within 6o days after the date of the first publication hereof, file in this office a duly "verified protest against the acceptance of said classification, which pro test shall set forth in concise language the grounds of objection as to the particular (government subdivision of) land in said protest described," whereupon an order for a hearing shall iisue. That portion of the report of the commissioners marked Ex hibit B, is on file in this office and open to the examination of interested parties. Notice is further here given that by the termsofsaid act of February 26, t8.5, "that as to the lands against the classification whereof no protest shall have' been filed" * * * "the classification when approved by the secretary of the interior, shall be considered final. excent in case of fraud." GEORGE D. GREENE. Register. ALIAS SUMMONS. In the District Court of the Second Judi cial District of the State of Montana, in and for the County of Silver Bow. James Coslett, plaintiff, vs. Ida Coslett, defendant. Alias summons. The State of Montana sends greeting to the above named defendants: You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint in this action which is filed in the oflice of the clerk of this court, a copy of which is herewith served upon you, and to file your answer and to serve a copy thereof upon the plaintiff's attorney within twenty (so) days after the service of this summons (exclusive of the day of service), and in case of your failure to appear or answer judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the complaint. The action is brought and is being main tained by the plaintiff to obtain a judgment and decree of this court dissolving the bonds of matrimony heretofore and now existing between the plaintiff and defend ant above named, the grounds for the said action being desertion, as the same more fully appears from the verified complaint of the plaintiff on file herein. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 15th day of July, tooa. SAMUEL M. ROBERTS, (Seal.) Clerk. By J. F. Davies, Deputy Clerk. NOTICEI NOTICE!I All goods, wares and merchandise stored with us at 42 West Broadway, will be moved to our new warerooms, o20 West Broadway, beginning July zg, and this is to notify you, one and all, that we are obliged to do this, and if you are not satisfied with the change call and take your goods out. Also this notifies you to protect your insur ance policies; have them transferred, as we shall not be responsible for your neg lect after this notice. We also notify all insurance companies who have insurance on any strage in our care to note the change asd protect their customers. Butte Exchange Furniture Co., no West Broad way, J. CHAUVIN, Manager. WANTED-AGENTS. AGENT WANT7D-LADY OR GEN.. atil me st good canvasser. 84 HELP WANTED. WANTED-BOYS, A. D. T. COMPANY. HOTELS ANO RESTAURANTS. D.mr tmenew at Southes ltl. Dan lewy gnpsaor-,se The moet eunadan ft=T eet-koe isd fod ý m. Aa much a moe wat of I and y dish ad for ass n oa f our bdinners ad be ebnvinced that it is the b . on earth for tae moneu. -SOUP-. Beef Droth. --BOILED.. Corn Btf and Cabbage. -ROAST frime Cut of Beef, Brown Gravy. Leg of Mutton with Dressing. -ENTREES Stewed Beef, New Potatoes. Boston Baked Pork and Beans, Pigs' Feet, Spanish. Miaced Veal on Toast, CodAsh Balls, Cream Saucea 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.--Beefstea: Spanish, Can:ed Salmon. Cold Meats. HOTEL HARZEL--CENTRALLY LO cated; new; modern; free baths; home cooking. 124 East Granite, Butte. MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED-TO RENT, 4 TO 6-ROOM modern furnished house by responsible parties. Address H., Inter Mountain. FOR SALE-NICE FURNITURE AT reasonable prices. Inquire at 4sY N. Washington. 8888 RHEUMATIC CURE--GUARAN. teed. PROF. NISBETH. MASSAGE, HYDRI. atec water and electric treatments. Swedish moveents cure. Parlors .-4, King block. WE BUY, SELL, EXCHANGE, RE. pair new and second-hand household goods, sewing machines a specalty ; try us. E. Side Second.Hand Store, ss3 and 237 E. Park at., Butte. 'Phone 66oA. SECOND-HAND GOODS BOUGHT and rold; freight paid to neighborLog towns. OechIll, s24 West Park. 8888 KIDNEY AND LIVER CURE Guaranteed. FOR SALE-FURNITURE IN EIGHT room house; close in; $aoo. J. E. Rickh ards Co., No. 49 East Broadway. FOR SALE--8888 HEADACHE CURE cures powder smoke headache, neu ralgia, sick headache, or aches or paine in aniy portion of the body. Ask your druggist for them. WANTED - SECOND-HAND FURNI ture. Hogue, ~o. asz East Park street. THI 2.ONS WA TRA.1SF A CU. :S THE largens and most ?totou.hl eqgipl.ed outik isn tiei e.it and a- ive ).u ner searv.es. Offie it West L:,,cdwg. Telephone, qs Postome·r Box, ,63. PALMIST. CARD READING arc, as6 S. IDAHO. MAZIE, PALMIST, CAkD READER; readings, soc. 2s6 South Idaho. FOR RIENT.. FURNISHEO ROOMS. FOR RENT-ELEGANT HOUSEKEEP. ing suite. Apply Shtrman house. FURNISHIE.D ROOMS FOR GENTLE. men; neatly furnished for housekeeping. Terms reasonable. iro E. Park. FOR RIENT-FURNtSHEL ROOMS, COM. psete for housekeepin,. ast West Galena street. HOUSES. FOR RENT-5-ROOM BRICK; MOST modern; in heart of the city; for $30o. Curtis & Majors, 35 West Granite street. FOR RENT-?-IuACE LIVERY STA ble and lodging house on South Main street. Accommodations for so horses. Lodging house contains is rooms partly furnished. Slemons & Booth. Rooms s, a and 3, Silver Bow block. MONEY TO LOAN. I.OANS--MONEY TO LOAN AT 8 PER cent; uo 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. JOHN R. BAPTY.-ASSAYER -AND chemist, aty Ham:lton St., Butte. FURNITLURE. FOR SALE-THE FURNITURE-OF A small rooming house of 9 roomni, close in, on west side; will sell'at 'ave y low price; party leaving city;. make 'us an offer on it. Chas. L. Smith & Co., 33 West Granite street. FR SAE-.i ARGAIN IN FURNITURE of 3-room house. No, i6, Alder street, Anaconda. COLLEC'TINS. BUTTE ADJUSTMENT COMPANY CUL. lects bad bilsls try it, as North Main. MEDICAL. MON'ANA VIAVI CO., ROOM 3s . Goldberg building, We treat success. fully at diseases of women, catarrh. stomach and bowel complaiots. Con. sultation free, Ofice hours a to 5 p. m. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY. RANCH FOR SALE--3ao ACRES OP good hay land in close vicinity to Putte. Apply to room 61r, Hennessy biulding FOR SALE-HORSE AND PHAETON, Spider phaeton and Isie family horse. Mrs, Testie C. Knox. box o034. DR. HJUIE P0eIC Thirteenth doctor of China from grand father down. Born and schooled in the profession, Treats all diseases, nakilig a speclalty of chronic troubles. :onsult me. 227 South Mailn St.