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BL000RE RIBBONS INMATE OF EAST GALENA STREET L HOUSE HORRIBLY CUT BY AN UNKNOWN MAN. RAZOR WAS USED WITH MURDEROUS INTENTION Police Have Clew to Perpetrator of De*4 and Are on the Trail-Coat, Hat and Vest Were Left Behind by Would-be Assassin-Name of John C. Sullivan, Calumet, Mich., Gives Officers Clew. 'Finney" Marcelle, a French woman, living at No. 76 East Galena street, was horribly cut about 3 o'clock this morning, and it is supposed that John C. Sullivan did the work. Whether Sullivan or some- I one else did it, the perpetrator left behind 1 him his coat, hat and vest, and in one of the pockets of the coat was found a letter addressed to John C. St.livan, Calu met, Mich. The woman is a member of the lower level and lives in the house where the cutting took place. No one witnessed the deed, but circumstances point to the man for whom the police departme,.t is dili gently searching as the guilty one. The woman's wounds consist of a three inch cut on the rear of the neck, a two inch cut on the right ear, a one-inch cut on the little finger of the left hand, a two. Inch cut on the back of the left hand, a three-inch cut between the thumb and fore finger of the same hand, a two-inch cut on the back of the left wrist, a four- inch circular cut on the left biceps, a five-inch cut on the back of the left triceps, a four inch cut on the upper dorsal, a four-inch cut on the right shoulder blade, a two Inch cut across and severing the left ear, a one-inch cut on the left cheek and a four Inch cut on the front of the neck. Room Spattered With Blood. The weapon used was a razor, the case of which was also left behind. The little room in which the job was done was liter ally spattered with blood from one end to the other, and some splashes were found on the clothing of the perpetrator. Dr. Hall dressed the wounds, and it took him some time to do it, as the cuts were so long and some of them so deep tnat many stitches were required to bring the lacerated parts together. The woman screamed when the cutting began, and attracted the attention of a woman in the adjoining house, but before the alarm could be given the cutter had made his getaway. In one of the buttonholes of the coat was a small photograph of a sweet-faced child, apparently 7 years old, and it is sup posed to be the picture of his little girl. In the pocket of the vest was found a Cheap nickel watch, which was taken to the jolice station along with the clothing. Search for Knife User. Detectives Murphy and McGitlic began searching for Sullivan early this morning, but up to a late hour they had not suc ceeded in locating him. They found his lodging quarters, however, and discovered that all of his effects had been hastily packed preparatory to a hasty flight from the city. They also have a good descrip tion of the man, and in all probability he will be in the toils before night. The brand in the hat shows that it was bought at a little place called the Hat pox, in North Wyoming street, and the (est bears the mark of the Siegel Clothing Company. PRIED DOORI OPEN, AND LET ALL THE DOGS OUT Gertie Mohen Gets Into the Toils for Liberating Inmates of Pound Accomplices Are Missing. Certie Mohen, whose husband is serving a term in the penitentiary for larceny, pleaded not guilty in the police court today to a charge of liberating 35 dogs from the city pound last Thursday and will be tried on the sad. The complaint against her was made by Poundmaster Colllins, who says that about 6 o'clock in the evening of the day mentioned Gertle, Billy Mohen and Charles Johnson took a piece of iron pipe, pried the door of the pound open and set all of the dogs free. "Where is Bill?" asked Judge Boyle after the woman had entered her plea. '"I don't know, judge. Hie left town on the day the dogs were liberated." "And the other fellow I Where is he?" "He is around town somewhere. If I find him or if I knew where he could be found I would tell you all about it. He is the one who turned the dogs loose. He was stopping at the Palace, but I dont't know where.he is now. If you let me out I willotry an&hfind him." Geftfle hbkrver, was not liberated, but she njly be 'owed a tetmporary respite bcfor, the dit of her trial. iDr. F.A. Ironside The Dentist Extracts teeth absolute ly without pain, Fine Gold and Bridge Work A Specialty. Prices Moderate Fully Warranted 25 West Park Street SIM.IIR ACCIEHlT NOT LIKELY HERE LITTLE CHANCE THAT DALY-WEST HORROR COULD BE REPEATED IN MINES OF THIS STATE. CARE OF EXPLOSIVES IS REGULATED BY LAW Only Small Quantities Are Kept on Hand and These Are Under Supervision of an Inspector-Law Looks Carefully After Safety of Employes and Heavy Penalty Is Imposed for Violation. Since the news of the Daly-West mine horror at Park City, Utah, there have been many inquiries as to the likelihood of a similar accident among t.e many mines in Butte and vicinity. As a matter of fact there is positively no danger. of such an accident as that at Park City. In the first place, the storing and hand ling of powder by the miners is controlled by law in Montana, and heavy) enalties are imposed for the mott technical viola tion. In every mine and at every mining company's office there are posted copies of the Montana statutes regulating the hand ling of powder and explosives. The sections governing this provide for the keeping of a complete record of the handling and disposition of explosives, and this record is regularly inspected by the mine inspector. It is further provided that no more than a,ooo pounds of powder or explosives shall be kept or stored in any place where its accidental explosion would cut off the escape of miners or other em ployes. Location of Deposits Regulated. Deposits of powder or explosives ex ceeding too pounds are not allowed withint one mile of the city limits, and the same section prohibits the storage within that distance of more thanl ,ooo giant caps. The penalty provided for violations of the different sections of the statutes apply ing is imprisonment in the penitentiary for a period not exceeding five years, or a fine of $3,ooo, or both fine and imprisonment. A sentence not exceeding to years in the penitentiary is imposed on any persotn or persons who have stored or have knowingly permitted to be stored powder or explosives which are shown to ..ave caused the death of any person. "You can readily see," said a mining expert today. "that Montana has placed ample safeguards about the handling of explosives and in Butte the law i>: faith fully observed. In fact there is no chance for the companies to transgress, as all of the employes are familiar with the, safe guards imposed and they would noti hesi tate to denounce any company or agent recklessly inclined. Great Care Is Taken. "In the Iloston & Montana pro!,:rties the greatest care is exereise.l in the handling of powder. In tht se mines a delivery is made twice each :week. Th^ wagon is driven around to each mil. and the orders are taken for Ith q(ganttll: of powder needed. The wagon goe' dow(~ to Dawson, where the maga'ires are, an l to each mine is delivered 40t of so boxes, as the case may be. "Even then the boxes are not taken int,o the mines, but are stored on top and seu;t down as needed. "I would judge that such a law as gov erns us is not in existence in P tah or the company would not have taken such a chance. "All I can say to account for the stor age of a whole carload of powder in the Daly-West is that it was carelessness o . the part of the operators or superintl.nl ents. Nothing else can be found as an excuse. MAYOi DAVEY SAYS CITY WILL APPEAL THE CASE Supreme Court Will Be Called Upon to Decide How Far the Municipal Jurisdiction Extends. Mayor Davey is authority for thie state ment that the city of Butte will appeal the injunction case brought against it by the Montana Jockey club and decided by Judge Harney in favor of the plaintiffs. No action concerning the matter was taken by the city council last night. but the mayor is in position to say what will be done. Mayor Davey thinks J at it is an im portant thing to find out whether the city has or has not the powers to legislate for territory three miles outside the city limits. The case will be appealed for the purpose of settling that disputed point. The only way to settle the matter is to get a decision from the supreme court of the state. In the meantime Judge Ilarney's decision restricts the exercise of authority by the city to the city limits. HORRAT-MOSHER NUPTIALS Pretty Wedding Takes Place at Bride's Home on West Platinum. Frank liorrat and Miss Mary Mosher were joined in marriage yesterday after noon by Justice of the Peace Arnold. The wedding took place at the home of the bride's parents, No. 320 West Plati num street, and was attended by numerous friends, who were entertained in the old German style. Miss Ida Balschi was bridesmaid and Fred Moser best man. The young people will make their home at No. o1045 Utah avenue, where they will be at home after July so. Mr. Horrat is employed in the Moonlight mine. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Chency for the last 15 years, and believe him per fectly honorable in all business transae. tipns and financially able to carry out any obligations made by t eir firm. West & Truax, Wholesale Dru cLts, Toledo. O.; Wal4tng, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Diruggists, TQledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cdre is token Int 1rnally, acting directly upon 1b bl0pd and mucous surface of the sys. eL Price, 75 per bottle. Sold by all idr lat. Thtimonals free. Hall's Patiy Pills are the bbst. * THEY SEE TO OUR INNER MAN'S EED BUTTE ENTERTAINS DELEGATES TO MEETING OF DAIRY AND FOOD COMMISSIONERS' ASSOCIATION. RETURflING FROM LATE MEETING AT PORTLAND Make a Tour of Points of Interest in Butte, for Which They Are Full of Praise as a City--Salt Lake, Denver and Chicago Are to Be Taken in Before the Party Disbands. Butte has had a hundred honored guests today in the persons of the National Asso ciation of Food and Dairy Commissioners and delegates to the national convention, which was held at Portland, Ore., and which adjourned last Monday. With them were their wives andt their sisters, their cousins and their aunts--in all two special coaches full. All the central ann some ot the castern and mountain states were represented in the pltaty. They came in over the Northern !Pacific this morning from Seattle, where tl:hy left the delegates from the Pacific states, ant after miking a tour of :Butte's po:ttts u1 interest, left this afternoon on the Oregon Short l.iine for Salt l.:.kei. I)cnvcr and Chi cago. where they will disband. DeligI-,td With Butte. "We are dr'lighted with your city," said A. II. Jot-, state commtisstouer from Illi nois, sat also reti'ring pIresident of the National aIssnociation, "'a ite tolly thing we have to rc.4rct is that we c;annllolt get an oplpoltttllity to sece the National park btu fore returnlilng. "WeVt htad a very successful meetingl at Portland,; in fact. I should not hesitate to say that it was tone of the best we ever had." Hon. J. W. Itailey of that city was elect ed president to, succeed Mr. Jones. The other oflicers for the comrinlg year are: First vice president. Jesse K. ('ope of I'enn sylv:tania; second vice president. Moroni Ileincr tf Utah; secretary. R. M. Allen of Kenlltucky: execu:tive hoard, A. A. . Jones of Chicago;t, J. A. .tlac..u.urn of Ohin and II. RI. Wright of Iowa. According to the conatilt'tion of the as socirtion, the namling of the next plalce of ancetilng was left to the executive commit tee. Retiring i'resi-leot A. II. Jones. who' is also president of Ithe execlutive hoard, was a.died v hat the iprotbahlc choice of the hoa:rd would le. "It wi' I he it'er l'ortland, Me.. Minmc apolis. Mimhl., or C(hicag;," he sail. "There is no favo:ite helweenl the thre'. but iftom thlmnt I cati assure you the place will lie select'ed." Visited the Mines. 'lhrotigh the courtesy of the mantage tilenti of the street c:ar comlpany the visitolrs were taken in special cats to the mines ont the hill atd ta the principal points of in t.rest throt:ghoi t the city. FI:llwinlg are thi- state cotmmisinlers ill the partly: Il i. A. II. Jones. Illinois; Josteph E. lilac!hlumr. Ohit ; Hont. W. B. Snow. Mich igan; Hou. W. W. P'. McConnell, Mitnne svta; lion. I. Mh. Allei. Kentucky; I-on. Jesse K. ('ope Pennsylvania; lion. T1'. L. Monson. ('Colorado; lion. E. E. Kaufman, NKrth I)akt;ta: Iaon. Moroni lleiner, Utah; lion. . . '. Sherwood, Soouth Dakota; Hon. II. k. Wright, law., and the following as ristalnt commissioners, chlemists atld other mclmbers of the party: lion. John Ham iltot, secretary of agriculture, Pennsyl vanlia; IIon. Elliot Grosvenor, Detroit; R. M. Allen, secretary of the food coamnia siott, Kenta:cky : Col. R. C. Stoll, Kentucky; J. O. tIabach, citemist of the Kentucky food cumtnission; lr. William Mitchell, chemist of the Colorado~ food commission; Prof. S. S. L.add, state chemist, North Dakota: Ilcrman Ilarms. chemist of Utah daliry :and food comunissiron; R. S. I)oollt tie. state analyst of the Michigan food com. tli,;sion; Ilion. H. M. P'attersoan, assistant dairy antd foodil commlissioner of Illinois; l)r. I:. N. Eaton, state analyst of the Illi tnin foaod cotntnissiot: Hon. Scott Bon Iham, attorney of thie Ohlio dairy and food' cotmmissioln: J, N. Nelson, state chemist of thie Neblr:iska food cottnmission: HIon. Ii. II. Sheppard, state chemist, South Da kota, aIl Ilola. William Kilpatrick, secre t;try of tihe Illinois railroad and warehouse List of Prominent Officials. Aitong tthe assistant commnissioners are thi(e follow ing.: II. 1. Meyers. ,. C. Schubert, A. II. Pokorny, F. M. Condlit, llarry II. T'icknor, Captaint J. J. Kelly, T'. S. liong:n, It. A. Franklin atd Charles Aglc. It tihe party are the following ladies: Mrs. A. II. Jones, Mrs. John Hamilton, Miss Annie Hamilton, Mrs. W. B. Snow, Miss Elliott Grosvenor, Mrs. W. W. P. McContell, Mrs. R. M. Allen, Mrs. l.illa Jacbs, Miss Katherine Clay, Mrs. Jessie K. Cope, Mrs. R. S. Doolittle, Mrs. Will iamt Kilpatrick, Mrs. James RI. Neville, Miss Edith Neville, Mrs. H. B. Meyers, Mrs. E. C. Schubert, Mrs. A. H. Pokorny, Miss Eleanor Petry. Miss A. IH. Newton, Miss f;race Eaton, Mrs. F. M. Condit, Mrs. Larry M. Ticknor. Mrs. Charles Kil patrick, Miss Belle Johnson. FOR FAILING TO FINISHll CRE Miner Secures Judgment Against Physi. cian on Peculiar Plea. Judgment has been given in Justice Mel son's court against Dr. Burdette O'Connor in favor of a miner named I'. J. Mitchell for the sum of $96. Mitchell sued Dr. O'Connor for damages for abandoning his medical case before curing him, claiming that he was entitled to the money to settle for the second doctor he engaged and hosr pital charges. Mitchell had his leg cut and brulse¢ under a fall of rock in the Minnie Healy mine, and employed O'Connor to treat him at the St. James hospital. He says that while the sore was still raw, O'Connbr ordered him to leave the hospital and go to work. He testified that he could not bear to stand on the leg and that he got a room and employed Dr. Monahan to attend him. Monohan grafted skin from his shoulder and healed the wound. PLANS FOR STATE LEAGUE OF CLUBS (Continued fromt Page One.) separate and distinct from the party or ganization. We have nothing to do with the nominations, but are organized for active work after the convention choice has been made. Membership in Last Campaign. "In the state campaign two years ago, the clubs in the state league showed a nmembership of 6,200, all of whom were active working melmbers. I am confident the membership will lie greatly increased this year. It is inot the intention of the league to organize clubs merely for a campaign and then let theta dwindle away. Rlatlher. we desire a permanent organiza tion and intetil to work to this end. At ires ent there are about 72 republican cluhbs in the state that are members of the( leagtue and it is the intention to or m:llliee a league club ill every precinct in tile state where there are so or more to tutuhlicalls. "The object of the leaueleague club is to advocate, maintain anlld promote the prin ciplles of repullllicanism; to direct and in ti.rest in politics those who have hither to been more or less inditTerent to their political duties; to encourage attendance atI rimary v itrlings. i: order that hon t t and catpable meln may he it uitni tated a 'I elected; to guard andl defe (d theI lt, itly of the T lcetion laws: 1 it work inl birii ony with atI to carry tot the plantt of r-rmanert repulican cdti org..vaii'atlions; . to pterform ti.cit other work :i may 1-I ioii.erve the interests of the party. tit.itit al. state ttld locally. tlherclhy ex thu1 g ilt. titt potenu t il1lttitiete for goodi Sof erntI11 t itt. Does Not Name Candidates. "No club tiay ihe t.seld i1t any way to Itllther the intt.rests of any candidatlte for llh.ti previous to nomination, hutt will reserve its force to he exert.ed in hehalf oi all catlliudits nominatedl by republicani "With silc ohircts andl with .'riute:int o.rgtanization in the hltbh 11embhers of the laigue', we cannjot tfil to o , gil antid to )i tue' more and more a potenti factor inl tilhe sucCeri of the repbltiliclat palty .dil itl. principless. Mr. Porter is a protminentt attornety iof Miles City and is well known throughout MIonitalan as nit atle Ilawyer andl a vig ,ro, s worker for republ, lican principil+c. Ihe vas the c"ai lid:ttt for attirmey generrl in hUWMA.N SOCIETY IS TO ELECT OFFICERS TONIGHT National Organizer Will Soon Be Here to Work Up Branches Throughout the State. l.itte's Society for the I'revei tion of I rutty ti Animnals will hold iln :a nttal H o'clock at thiei llice if l.ouis Iteruheitn. I'h, telection will he practically a reor ganizatiton of thte assoitciaitiom, and an ef fort to infuse new life inito it will lie made. Now that there is a special officer w;hi HENRY ROZENZWEIG, President of Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animale. :n assured salary- -hlalf of it glirlnt.. l hy Charles W. Clark adtl half toI Ie 'ol tectetl by the society-the work of the :as sociation will blie more effective. Mrs. Irene E. Roodt, a Irotiucilne't atlnd well known advocate of the righlts i; the lower animals, will soon arrive in the c;ty toi expound methods of mnakimug the w ,rk of the organization practicabhle "( It, tnake an effort to establitsh Iranche·i it other cities throughout the state. The following are the present onflic.r, whoae successors will be elected this eve nilng: President, IH. Rozenzweig; vice president, Dr. Louis Bernheim: tresurircr, Rcv. F. Tonge; secretary, W. II. ()rr. A Beautiful Woman Can only retain her beau ty by preserving her teeth. If yours need atteption come and see me AT ONBE It will require but a moment's time for you to have your teeth examined. DR. GAILBRRITH Third Ploor, Goldberg Building No More Dread of the Dental air. New York Dentl parlors Permanently Located In Butte. Employ Modern Methods, Modern Applianeeo and Modern Men. The New York Dentists Do the Largest Dens tal Business in America. Be Sure You Are in Our Office. Over Symons'. Opposite Postofflce. Teeth extracted and filled absolutely without pain by our late ia!cntific meth ids. No sleep-producing agents or cocaine. These are the only Dental Parlors in Butte that have the patent appliances and ingredients to extract, fill and apply gold crowns and porcelain croawns, undetectable from natural teeth, and warranted for ten years, without the least particle of pain. Gold crowns and teeth without olates, gold filling and all other dental work done painlessly and by specialists. Gold Filling.... $1.00 Gold Crowns... $5.00 Silver Filling..... 50c Bridge Work.... $5.00 Pull Set Teeth ..................$5.00 A Protective Guarantee Given With All Work for Ten Years. We will make a "pecinlty of gold crown and bridge work; the mItost beautiful, painless and durable of all dental work known to the profesason. Our name alone vill be a guarantee that your work will be of the beat. We have a speclalist in each department. Itest operators, buat gold workmen and extractors of teeth ; in fact, all the stlafl are inventors of arodern dentistry. We will tell you in advance exactly what your work will coat, by free examination. Give us a call and you Nill find we do exactly as we advertise. New York Dental Parlors 80 W. Park, Over Symons' Dry Goods Store, Butte, Montana Hoursa.8.30 a. m. to 9 p. m.s Sundays, 10 to 4 hoard of dirctors: II. R. Itarlett, W. If. Bray, Adolph h W\\tLstein, J. I. I)ixon., (;eOrge W. Whllit. more, ('lintit II. Moore, tGeorge VW. White- V maln, Mrs. A. II. Joncs, Mrs. Mary Iart 7 ha11 and Mrs. A. S. 'Christire. A Summer Trip Througn Zion and the u Rockies. A trip to the East by way of Suit I.ake (ity and the Rio I;ratote lines i:s the grand (est t t lithe Algiet';n conlliinellIt, Plassing as it does almg tlihe shores of Salt L.ake and Utah L.akes, throlugh Utah and tColorado's fertile valleys and tihe heart of the tRocky Mountaiins. No l'uro.pen. journey of equal Icngth rl n ( c1 tntli4tre withlli it ilt splendor cif scenery or wealllJ of novel intilerest. A stop over at ait Lake P ity is allowed on all classes of tickets, ;Ittltrd ig an II ip ttlltllllity for a swim in Amell rica; It.;aI Sea. Agents throughout the iWest can sell tickets via this rut.. IFor fil inforltatol4 or for copy of "With Nature i (Colorado," write to or :call t11 W. (' Mcllride, t;.etral Agent, Btutte, Montana. $15-Salt Lako-$15. The Oregon Short L.o, will operate secolnd popular excursionlt frli Iutte and Anilcond;a to Salt ILake, Saturday, July 19th. 'Tickets good oniily Oil 2:4o5 a. in. and 4:5o 0p. In. traiis that date, available to retrli any lilae within to days. Reserve Ierths 4,now, (ity Tiicket OC)ice, iu5 Northi Main strect, Ilttle, Monlltanla. II. 0. WILSON. NOTICE 1;()Z "i.-l.ICATI" N, l)epartcnt of lthe interior, l.and Office at Helena, Mont., July 12, 190o: Notice is hereby giveii that thie follow ing- named settler has filed inotice of his intention to make flillal proof in 1suplport of his claim, and that said proof will ie made before it. R. Shtevensonli, UInited *;tates comlissioner at I'ish Tralp, Mont., oni Angust 15, 1902, viz: Matt ('hristian sen for II. E. No. 7656 for the soultheast quarter of northwrst quarter, northeast quarter of soutllhwest quarter, lots 2 and 3, Section .o, 'l'ownship 2 north, Range .13 west. li11 Inames the followi4ng witlesses to prove his ooltinluolms r4esideicre 14upon an1d cultivalion of said land, vi.: George (;roun, William II. Calvert, Htenry Tatreau, Williaml FVorest of Fish Trap, Mont. FRANK I). Ml tAClE , Register. MINIKNi A'P'.tlCATlION NO. 4539. 1'nite.l States land Office, lielenla, Montana. June 2o, 190o. Notice is hereby given that ohn Con nell and vianiel J. liennessy, whose post ofice address is Iutte, Montana, have this day filed their application for at patent for 1,476 lilcar feet, lcing 35o feet east erly and ,lta6 feet westerly frolln discov cry shaft of the Bryan L.ode Mining claim, upon which a notice of intention to apply for a patent was posted on the 16th day of Juine, ngon, situated in Summit Valley, uaorganizea, Mining District, Sil ver Ilow colunty, state of Montana, desig nated a,. Survi.y No. 6593, in Township 3 north, of Range 8 west, and being more particlllrly de:cribed as follows, to wit: Ieg ilningll at the southeast corner, whlich is also Corner No. 4 of Stirv'y No. r234, and a point in the west end line of Sur vey No. 1642, a granite stone act in the g ound, with a mound of ea:til alongside, anl marked I 65113 for Corner No. I, frotn which the corner of Sections t, 2, II and 12, Township 3 nrorth, I4Range 8 west, bears soulth 5 degrees 2, minultes 'ast, 377 feet; and running tlhe:ice nortl to degrees IS niinllltes west, ti feetl tillnce nortll 89 de grees 41 minutes west, 1,476 feet; thence sonutih io degrees 1I minutells cast, rio feet; thence Inorth 83 de,'rees 37 nllllltes east, 1,454 feet to the place of beginning, con taining an area of 3.48 acres claimed by the above-named applicants. The locationt of this clahn Is of record in the recorder's office of Silver Bow county, state of Montana, in Book "R," on Page 317 of I.ode location,. The adjoining claims to these premises ate Survey No. t961, Tully lode, Lot s5s, on the north; Survey No. 1642, Sooner lode, I.ot 426, on the east; Survey No. 1234, Mill Side lode Lot 345 ont the south, and Survey No. 5115, Minnie lode, on the west. FRANC. D. MIRACLE, Register. SAMUEL BARKER, JR., Attorney tor arplicants. (First publication June as, agpo.) CRYSTAL SPRINGS Music Day and Night. Day time stage, round trip....,l 2 Eight o'clock stage, Inkulingl bath and farr................bc 6. LJIN6LeIS, Prop. NOTICiE. There will he a metilllg of the stock holders of the North P'acifiic Placer Mining company,. held at the OuslIpany's a lloice. n West lBroadway, on Thursday, July 14, at 7:3o p. sll., for the electionl of officers and anyill other business that lily conite utp in the ltcrest of the sltokhlders. Ily order of the president. J. CIIAIUVIN, Secretary. F ISHING TACKLE SPORTING GOODS ....Best Quality at Low Price..... You Can Buy of Us The alme linesll as other dealers sell At Exactly 25% Cheaper . Try us. W'e g lraltec all gods. Fishing Tackle, Ituaelall Goods, 'Clennlis. Golf, and ll In and Out D)oor Spourtig lulds . You can nlot do bIettcr in New York. We have the .5oods and the lowest prices. Montana Book Co. Corner Park and Academy Sts. New Clark Bull4Ing Say "Burlington" T'o anyolne familiar with the bIest routes of travel, and you woI't have to explainl nor apologize. The Ilurliilgton route in the only railroad offering through traini serv ice froni Montan;la to Missouri. Standarld sleeper, tourist sleepler, diniing car anid chair car to (Kansas City tdaily; frTee recliningi chair car to St. I.Louis daily. H. F. RUCER. Aenu 5 e3st Sroadway Sultto, No0t. Ma. S. ECQUR, General .lent, SIllinas, MonL Pullman Dining and Library Car Route SALT LAKE DENVER KANSAS CITY OMAHA CHICAGO ST. LOUIS enId I llEastern Polnta Short Line to Colorado, Arizona and Mexico San Fraacisco, Los Angeles (Ocean or Pa.l.) Fortland And all Paclfc Coast PIointl Depart.. 2:oS a. tm. i:4S a.i. m..Arrive Depart . 4:5o p. m. 4:40 p. m..Arrive Ticket Offle,0l5 N. Main street Butte, Mentana. H. . WIlBsON. General Alt.