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RACING. Bigh-Class Racing June 21st to Sept.' Unide the Auspices of Montana Jockey Club First race at 3 p. m., each racing day. Street cars direct to track, while (',llunlia Ga denn cars sill transfer. Adnlmii,ni $S. LADIES FRIE.. Ilugh I. \\ilsn,, president; Lou Frank, secrttary; 1-I h A. Murphy, presiding judge ; Rallh 11. Touzcr, assuciate judge. ADVERTISED LETTERS. .,tters adver.tised a.t lIutte, Mont., for the week tlnding Jtuly to, t-: Anlthrmtn, Josepuh Mii ats, Bert Arnold, I": A Mt, uphy, Mrs Jult (Allen, lilcn M MI,,,Ns , Mr, it Arnlt], Chas l . tr, John fhyle. Mi A Murphy, 1I J .r.vown, .Mrs MIlrtha Murphy, Mr-, Josucph (turkc, r r, Mary Murphy, Victoria larry ame- Mutrphy, Margaret iBarins, Mrs. tt.o F M itt i, W II rhryta t, ,.rnc-t _ Nl;tts h , NV W lianout. Jl.1'i Mlilochs, \V ( (taker, I. C .11 rristn, \t . i1. Sarre. ;ugtgt ttt Mintt, hltj It - -- ir o ,tk m a n , 1 - . M ,it , .i t utt at L o)e, Eddle MNit N",, n"j Bettis, Chas Mackler, oe lro n, Mri C Mol,.sttre, ohn 3 tan, Mrs It.sse Millre, \iMr Jutit ltennett. A Melille, rst Barrett, rtranik i Molcu, ( larence Cook, 1) I Is.l aulcy, ..r C(rhy ('ltrencet Mc art.y, 1 J Carlstn, Artil, Met al. plut Coutnlmb, Mrs .Nlice Ncht'artthy, I' ( ('letmo, Mrs Mcl I.ali, terna:rd Cashan, Mrs Mcltowcll, - Courttly, r:tu is McI itty, NAr (-urti.., Jilli II MC(ic, Nitsll A Mi oillthus May Nye, C Clintnu, Mark ,il jon, Miss Inoine Coreur, I hlip NAil, O) M - Casty, Nirs R,,se Nels-,on, i\'rtrlwr Chiiter, S N agutlamIot., Mr ,Carroll, T C N ,'wcsuh*hl,. It Davis, Art ( hldhlun, I I)ohlirty, Mrs M aria l t jarra, ('h:ar"s Davis, \, UI1s, -Jn Dultng, Fred (ti utiell, (rtace )oran, Jas A i'urlntt, h\lV Daimpre, Geo Patti", Ietlt :t D)uroy, Jas iParsonst., M N D]oran, J Paill, John WV D)arling Jas I'hilt, (;e DIugan, Jack Painter, A l Day ..rs Minnie Pelctier, Josephine )ingle, Miss Mary Quinn, bliss May Dwycr, Pat Rutusey, Belrt DIow, Robt \V Rajutone, I'asquatle Dowling, NMris ina Rose, Chas )Davies, Toin Roller, WV A Davis, WV 1i htuatsala, Matti Egatn, 1) M Ross, Miss Georgia E'udrelis Keroline Redling, F ( lutuer, Clyde Renand, E M .rick, A WV Rno & Reno Foutinec, Miis Belle Smith, C NM F:ein, Chas Sherlock, Mrs i1aniet Felice, Castieltao Sheridan, alisil ' Fllagg, Lafayette Shafer, I) F Gol ,t'ein, Louis Shattuck, Franttk Gavin, Thomas Steward, Nls )Della Gretent, Mrs RtU I Sptrling, l'i C (,rillin, 1)r 1. .eaton, Mrs IEd Green, James i Stevens, Gi JGuest, J Siglington, (;eorge Greenlicld, (;co A Stone, J R (;ibson, Frank-2 Slusher, l.ula (Grflin, Mrs Edith Shillidy, Miss May Galltp..cr, Chas Stairisicle, Philip Grant, Chas 1 Sieturist, Rt ' Ilayiden, A Steve, Sth1la Hlarvey, Iurnice Stevens, Mrs T II loll:nd, Belle Sulpan, Mrs Theresia (Ilood, C 't Sperry, WNil :ortuon, Mrs Dave Seuey, \VNm Hceys, Eth1 Smithl, John J Hall, Mr F I Smith, Ilerton lianison, F 1B Smith, Mrs M J Hanson, 1, I. Shea, Miss Mary lIibbler, Garrett Salsby, O NM nlenderson, Martin Saari, John Iarper, Mrs Laura Schneider, Miss L A iurley, M J Teamo, Mrs Rosa Hos artd, J M 'Ioofit, Miss Annie litober, Andy Tarvcr, lilanchet Ilanunind, Rollin t'rocy, Fred M lildreth, WV Robt Thutnas, Kate IIcringer, John Tarry, Blillie lugihes, Mlrs J 13 Tilley, \V 1I llarrington, John Vrancsa, Joseph iarrington, Tim J \Veint, Mrs F L Harrison, Ilarry R \'illiams, Fe Hynes, J C Wade, E P Jackson, WValter--2-- Wakcevih, Guro en .ins, Charles Vaill, Mrs I. K Wiggins, Mrs M a Kalin, Joseph Walsh, Michael T Knight, WVarren Warford, Pearl King, \V \V \Vestfall, Mrs Perry Kennedy, ohn Williamus, R L a Keysmith, J 1. Wright, Susie Krauss, Andrew G ,Vright, W Kelly, G W Wilson, J II 1 Kelly, William Wallenstein, Kimbel Lyons, Mrsl.izzie Williams, Mary I Lamont, Frankie Young, George ys, Harriet Young, Rudolph ow, L Zazell, Vega Eivingstop, Lillian a Zoricich, Mate Lynch, R Zundee & Hubbard Leahy, Thos GEORGE WV. IRVIN, Postmaster. DEPOSITORtS ANXIOUS TO GET THE.R MONEY Management of Masonic Safety Fund Vault Still Inxiat That Money Was Not Taken. Inv .1 .lt AII I AT fI) I I ,'; 1 ('hicani, July r. -h'ews of the disap ptarance of leally $4,0,0u00 from the' vaulth of the Mlamoit: Safety Il)cposit t(mtplany I:lt Saturtl;iy had .lpread to suchl anll x tent today that it caused a rull upon the v:il ils. \'When ltIi v;allts wi(re( Olpln.,Il fr*thusi int.s Iihr' was a ftIruptf litfg crowd of tien amt wW)o n depcT ) ,h ili)rs in waiting, flr theiir rill np lia:y' LIro it o , Ixt. ;i"r " )l. time hl, r te.a. a nl( st I: I a li'. °I h,' , 1', ' r fr Ie ,f t e p. .l),.i (',i em) ,:y. 1 rav'rrs Want to R\itrh th tlit dmUnion fCo, viny From Iof ingLlre ait i Wathe. vault, the I'crtirkey f or ;aI httilt Wtrr nltl ,, h " lr llv II to op, hIs.ix, 5it I~~iii'iII I " li iii Ii iitt 1h, ' I h ,. ih , hlave .e .ured n a. . 1, '' , as yet It I1th di. ,clp :c;nano. of h, twllu , , lIoo,, Iu II ins;h11 O trackmnan. llh mn1.:1 I gentcr i ! Ntil t' Vll i t ltitt i(h.a thll;t lh ., r n lnty h:t, h ke: . h' sti hlhem nt i asl i r,,' l, illxh1. 'hcy :,t id i ,lay that it wit'1 have ben and t., ih ave patter the h r (li a III)lf WATER TROUBLES IPN DENVER Farmers Want to Re-train the Union Company From UJ ing Ccrtani Wat r. Ill . , , r 1.v 11 1 a I 1( , ] Itnver, 1'.,,.. lily .r . \hbo t nn, hut dlj.ll f;ar Il r., I nll mlt i ,'lr of wate, r alnnc: . the nIl Ilh lve.r ll i,,m giving pl,,'rm i-.io t,. ih,' 1h)nv.r l ni,,n \\ater r nitnp .Iy to turn the city diltchwal'.r throtlgh it, pipe.. Till' cnomplaiuma t aver that Ih(, w lat,,r i, a nw"e' 1y t,) them, amn that Ihir sight i", pant-r too th.tl of Ilth water comyany. Jmud i th ll, l statement of the wate' r t,<lmp.mfy that city i, in , rf ,nm dlnll;.r ,)f a w ater I.a line. PEARY RELIEF EXPEDITION Mrs. Peary Confident That Her Husband Has Found the Pole. Nw Y,,rk, July ._: l'rvinconed fr s..v( cal mntnlhl, and all e.luiplp.. to with s. untl ih(" rirn' of the pl.lar .,as, the I'c,;y relief tla.um r \' W indward will ,tl ll t-, t .e l tr ihl, f.r .curt . Ah,:umli are M rs. P.try and little ,ldughter e., u". Thte wite ,.1 the 'xltrer is (onlidenS tl';tt her hnus h1;u l will he at ( aye Sabine and hi, return t,, civilizatitn will he signah ,.,l I,), the, n w,, th:1 hn hah , dis ,,vtrtl the l,,gn -,,vghl lor |-,h'+ POPE BIDS TAFT FAREWELL Americans Warmly Welcomed and Treat ed With Marked Cordiality. Itome. July _... Th' Io"pe rereivw,l t G vi'.rnlor "la;it and tilhe nlll elu r- oft hi, party ii fiarew, II audlicinec at nittun ttol'by. ladgc 'T'aft and Jutldg" .% alith wer,. in ev,'n ilg drens ;as prr.sclibed by rt'ruuette. .I:ajor Porter was i n full tniii ,r.- atil Htishtip I 'l Ilan wol e ecc lestiasticlI rtl .i. . They wert reel i citl at lilt gietat door of tilt vatiican fby tite Sw.'i.s guaal e, w ahu rcindrtli Cailrryary .on Strike. At thri foot i of th e s litat y I' i reae the Alil ricans w tore tit by Mi gr. Itiltti, ai ti trl of '('erlnll Onic,, ac omll panicd 'by ",t'vl.rl;, At s ther dr of tIll, " Ii tilici,l al,artmil t th- nlbl. guard, and geuwl:in,'m , rm.u,..d... tilhe c rstln lary hl o ll si. l.aftr uthitctl i overC ,r 'Lift and Ili. comq panio, were introd*it lc ilt, tlhe p~ i is lte li'of " i' poples', who wcl tolmiid llthem ith l k,e l col dialiy. Faulkner Trial Called. SIt. l' uie . July.l 'e L h, C pri poi e tr l of Ihnrcy I. lisaniknetr, mcmricr of their house of dh'gh'i.a. charged with perjury in onnuocti, n with the subtlrban street sailway fr;tnchie li risrity case, wtas called i h the circuit s cour t I iay. A jury is hl-ts ing ini:aUnelled. t MINERS WANT IMMENSE SUM Expect to Raise One Million Dollars to Carry on Strike. Ily AS. JoAI I' |RI lSd. CInei'tgili, July X-. iT e wrtle ,stith strike of the kindl in the history of orlgaUo i icd labor is to be hatnled in ti s lianalt hs. Some of the oflice.rs of sthe l nited Mine Wy rkers are contfident tha 're wilt r will early response to tIle aptp':d in:uh. by the convention, aJdi whilei a mllioia dollar, in lay not be of ssible, thl y rilieve that a large sum will the ralie.f y. J \Cir s t. Wilson, naltin ild sretaoo ory and treasurer, to whot all subscriptions are increased inlnedliately, so there will le lio dlay in h ling the nll acted i elf-y. The monlley is to ie dit. ribut.cd ami ng be three anthracite districts, according to their membership. The money will ee sent from Indiauapolls tof the seicrttaries of the anthracite districts to be distributed by them. Eleven Obstinate Men. Conte Ampt Proceedings Filed.] Chlicago, July 22.---Ater a wrangle wisherth ain obstinate juror, hich lasted tit hourted and became so heated at times that fist3 were shaken in the persistent m nan's face by hcis associates, as a greement has rof sulted in Judge icntano ith's court, in tSul ase of Martin Houttwaconstable, tiled objechargeim with the accusatirder of James . carly. Juror Charles A. McDonald, who stood out per sistently against conviction, said he be lieved that the co fitable acted in self defense. Appoints New Surgeon General. [iy As,. , Ai Io.1 eR'm s l, \Washington, July z2.2l-The president has desi';nated Col. R. M. )'(i-illy to be sur ge genesh ral of the aswer.to sThcced court tooal rwood, wh will retire on Septem-t. ber 7 next. Col. ()'Reilly will have until Janaury, ]91o, as surgeon general. lie was appointed from l'ennsylvania as a naval cadet in 1861. He is a graduate of the medical department of the Univer sity of Pennsylvania. Contempt Proceedings Filed. Helena, July 2.-]. S. Thresher, against whom Thomas Morrin instituted contempt proceedings as a result of T'hresher's connection with the James Sul livan case in Butte, filed objections, claim ing the accusation insufficient. Morrin asked leave to file amended complaint. Thresher then filed answer. The court took the case under advisement. NO IMPO'RTAINT RESULTS BY IMPERIAL CONFERENCE But Little Confidence Is Felt by the Premiers That Any Real Good Will Be Accomplished. fInc A;;'o IA'r 1rurss,] L.onldon, July 2.,. -Noi imiportalnt result ha; beeni arccomplishc.iid by thie imperial conference h Cich resUlllmes its s.-essionl today. Thelic king's illiinss anld ('olonial Secretary ('Chamllllerl;inl's accidentt have bieen olsta. cles to the dlcvrlopiceniit of enthusiasm over tile work, andl while the deblate is iproccc(licng oil cxpc.cted lines, there is little ccccfiidt-nce aimong lithe premiers thalit i-. poIrltlant llcasures will hIe adoptedr.. T1Ith willcldhra: il of Sir Mi-i:haei hicks l :ic frocli tihe c- iccnllict. chli(.ci iSc consid eredI cillcfcl Ir Ithe fcutucre d velopmc i nlc lt of NMr. c'halb.cce.rlalilln'i poIlicy, i, cwithout ef clct, sicce h li, s.cce, .lcr ic the t .:i.csury ihas flilt l II lilln ll dl . \Vhih. :niruit i.,c will .e imasi, of the n iin . lnt thaiit ain :1iI Winll dutlli can Ilh rcibl:xccd lo 11 It l i.c:lit of (':I:cida and Australiia wilthout icnect-sin.c thie burdlens of thit! l iccish lax piu)crs, there- is only a slhii ler ctac;ccc thait lic- pirinci:ipal of prcfer-. ccntialii trcr- lllctcnc t will ie i sactilon l l) the c cn erccn c. TO SAVE A FILIBUSTER Young Ohio Physician Has Help of Sen ator tuHannia. illc AS . , c i c-ctl ccc l .;.I ('lcv l, ,l i.. Jily .,. Scenator ail inna chi. i Itile t,.il lcln ll c iccn the ca~s. of I)r. It,,.II \Vic,, a i cc ; young I lchie pihyc!eian, l, t1cc i. . htc-c v c ti-c , ic-ll t c1 c alle I a itc ber:c se cc I,.cic. c likll c part ic an allegecl ctlibuts i n I ; cn il enemyl Io the Nicariaguan ci er c'u . \\ccic-lci o c was c:iapture-id by :a N0c:1,inc cn v " Itl ' cc ntly, candl ice, amongi c - , c :c , w :c i , -c .cc d tc l deati,. .'c-c II.c c .c icc.- .k : .,-d the stlie de .tcl c c ill I, c 1I, ll lk h, ll lilil tiir and plead tlih t 'i lt i\ \. ill I i 'll the all ged filihustl - c i c icc i . I icl cii ;, ita pr cc cctc'ccil:l cap: city cc-i cci-, c c ci c ci - ci.cll-lclc icy I ice .ltcllrC- c 1(cccc i, l llllllt Ill o hIlly to ( th l lic gital Ill \i c cll c, ', fci illy icv S ti M i nc . (l., :l,1 he . , ,a , l.at:h i, of the (hlic Medicial uccniversity alt I c icilcuc c . FIXING UP THE ISSUES Getting R.-ady for the Campaign. Denocratic Congresaionial Committee I yv .c.. c . 1c 1 Icc -I 5-tc5.lI Ncwv I k, l July .:. ( il l ensta.ic n Ir;igg. ci t iorlc i,, lhairliman f ( il enllt - crcil cc c ccvlc o. ncli ct;ccpaiu:n c ill l-c ccictte, iho i c i ll fhic.,c i.ciy to l:c .i other i l- l cl rlis of li, c-e;) ilclcccc a";Ic.v thel i~-rcc of i ltc Ilicit l c iancipaiigl Iai cl aI detlllocrli" llCtaC l polint ihould hr Ith tll irilt, til' trustsLL, the I'hilicppir , i: L. I ,ic, chip s c.usily. I think Ith rc i, a veriy g. cI ch:ct-c,'" ice scii, "tct ilte icncecralt, to controlc the hlItcrse on thei i-clcc I ihave cnclccc." r,,. titccs; c will cmeet Louisi Nixon,. the chairciccc n of the inc iitciail con-cc ittcc of ithe ationii ,l coniclc itlcee todayt ,c . awI arrange with hint- Iorr the t- t.bliihment of the h.alcuarterl of li cc tcunnitte in N ".v \ ,tk. I' c coccccciitc " w ill ihave it, icitlc'c at ill Illclic;iin II o' b-c ginning ill ugus cUc c. Preparing for Oxford Scholarship. [ c cc" c:l.clc l: cIcc .c;.I cI.cnlo,i July . - )Delays il inakinic air crangc-cltct'lc t ca ctcry out ihie IlRhodes' ie gccesti of cchiclarslips ait iOxfordc are ccc cd bycc thei dilticulty of effecting a I i, --.r, c u. c ccccic-c-r thlc- w ill. Ilhl i hol -.ichip 'ill Ice icn opicc ction w-ithl ili d1 utl Ic i il c ie (cc ' 19c ,3, anii - ctudiits froc the Ic i teld S.tales., tle I itic h (,'Iclc-i, and li-r-cc )-ny) will he ailnitc ld ti. I Ic cc-cc i c lic ccli 'ce with thie cocicllhoc, ilf ilc- will. lThe educational woriik cprojc.itel iy thr. ihlic-ldes will be or I vi-.,d iy in (c)x' iorl lanc . MEETING OF THE FIRE CHIEFS International Conference to Be Held in New York in September. I Iii AS ii It Ai I' ii N .S .1 New York, July .2. l'repairati)ons are b'Iilng mlali for the c ientl Irtinmicent iin this city of tiue lhirtith tunventioni of the in ternati-di a01 ctltion of fire engineers. which is to be hell in the Grandl Central talc' oni Siepl. itl ce r tk6, 7, i t aia d o. The conernclce will be nmade tip of the chiefs of fire di'partmtents of the principal cities of .nii'rica antd Europe. The chiefs of Mterlin and lianhburg have already ex pressed tihe intentio to attenctd. This i. the lir.,t conveuntion hel in New oi'rk for to ye(ars and arrangemients are being made for tihe examination of both imethod alliind app;ititatus. INDIAN ASKS FOR DIVORCE He Proves His Case and Is Granted the Separation Asked For. iii' A; eiIi El i t ss.l tiiuthrie, ( , T.. iJuly 2.,--The first case n riecord wherein a full blooded Indian h.s petitioned for a divorce has occurred in the federal court at Pawnee when Spah I'ah iteir asked for a legal separation fromt his wife bl ad-Hear. l le charged tier with infidelity, abandon iuent and gross neglect of her household duties. The plaintiff is very old and al miost blind and was accompanied by sev eral sons and daughters. ThIe evidence was taken through inter pretersi. Judge Iaiues granted a divorce. LOST HER LIFE SAVING DOGS Tossed The Animal to Safety Only to Be Crushed Herself. Il[ ' ,ss\s it AcI E 'iiss.,1 T.a Salle, Ill., July 22. -Mrs. Ellen WV ight of this city has lost her life here ill ani attempt to protect her pet dog. She, with her sister, Mrs, John Madi son, were walking along the lilinois Cen tral rialroad tracks and a passenger train was almost upon the dog, when Mrs. WVright leaped to its rescue. She tossed the animal to safety, but was unable to avoid therain which crushed her to death. Fighting for St. raTn. Chattanooga, Tenn., July ;-.--In the sle AssoicIA'i',I RIc.ss.I chancery court today Chancellor T. W. McConnell refused to grant a permnanent Injunction asked for by Manager Charles Frank of the Memphis club, to prohibit the Southern Association of Baseball clubs from interfering with the Memphis Baseball club In playing Pitcher St. Vrain. The chan cellor, however, gave permission for filing an amended petition, which will be arguqd tomorrow. The attorneys for Manager Frank state that they will fight the case to the end. FIFTY PASSENGERS DROWNED IN RIVER Steamship Primus Cut in Two and is Sunk on the Elbe by the Tug Hansa. Cs' Assor tATED PRES.,] Illamburg, July 21.-The steamship l'rimuns of Hamburg, with 185 passengers on board, was cut in two and sunk by the tug Ilansa, on the river Elbe, at ta:3o o'clock this morning. So far as is ascer tainable, about fifty persons were drowned. 'Thirteen bodies have already been recov cred. 'The Primnus was an excursion steamer froml liuxtehude, province of Hanover, 'riussia. The disaster occurred between lilankenz a(nd1 Nicnstden. Among tile pas ', Igcrs w,:re the memibers of the Eilbeck Itale choral society. At the time of the accident the Pritnus \ as crmossillg the river channel near itlan k'tez fron the southern into the northern fairway. According to witlcsses aboard tIll I.llsa, the mlovemllent was made too ii. The Primus struck the tug's engine tn"m an tilhe Ilansa endeavored to lpush hiir aIsllre, but tile tug grounded and the lhips parted. 'I he Primus then sank. In the interval. however, about fifty fi Iher passengers were able to reach the II msa: by means of ropes and ladders. lvntlly more were picked up by the tug's I h.t,, while others swam ashore. DEBATE ON NEGRO'S RIGHTS American Negro Does Not Prepose to Migrate to Any Other Country. lrl As~.O IArI:o rIunIss.] (Ihicato, July 2a.-- ''ll tell you when t..e Americao negro will go back to Africa Ihenll tihe ch oak that has braved the lt'rt IIt Of a hunlldrled years goes back to ithe' Ilrnl," said a negru in debate last I mW t1. "IelI lIe this is not my counltry! I and ly peoplIc helped to buihl z,.00,o milhs of Iih .mai.ds. \We brouIght forth tilhe corn, tlhe ,1~,lto , the rice. Ily the sweat of our t.t,', we halo earned the right to sing, .Iy I o ntr., ''i'i of Thl'e .' " An audie..nce gathtered at Quinnlt Chapel latI night to hear a debate onI the follow iln reslditt m :ti "'iResolved., IThat for his future good IIth Americal nltegro shoul migrate to \iri .t or to solme other undlleveloped t ,IantrHIy." T1here' we're four speakers ;land Itishop Abraham (;rant, who pretsided , cl.t ed the ,h b.r t. Th, jury rlturned a verdict for the ne',.alivc sidle. EDWARD TO VISIT THE CZAR Lngland's King to Meet the Czar of Russia and German Emperor. [I . .w:. Is s.it 15:RI;,,1 St. PI'ters, urg, July 22.-- It is Iearnedl friml rrliatle soLurces that King Edward i ill visit the czar in the last part of the atlitlllltl. After the cro.tation Queen Alexandra goes to I)eniiiark to join her sister the czarina, the king following about Septent ber I I. The king will go to St. P'eterslburg. after a two weeks stlay in I)enumak. sailing on the royal yacht, under an escort of Itrit isli and Russian warships. Most likely the king will make his long expected visit to the kaiser on his return in January. GULF IS GETTING SHALLOW Thought That the Bottom Has Been Raised by Volcanic Upheavals. I[ t IN s-'oi 1AI IW t 'Iiss.5 New York. July a2.-lieutenant Foster, iii clhaln of tie New ()rleans branch of the United States, hydrographic olffice, re ported to Washlintgtotl that recent survey of the Gulf of Mexico, near the inouth of tlih Mississippi river, shows only 25 fatholts of water where there was 60 f;athotnls at the previous survey. I.iceutenant Foster is puzzled over the plieillnoltlla. Many believe it was caused by volcanic upheavals, the result of the earthlunake in the 'West Indies, while oth ers think it Has caused by a deposit fromt the Mississippi river. .\s a result of the discovery, the govern eient will prolbably order a new survey of ithe gutlf. TO CLOSE THE EXPOSITION Reverend Crafts Now Claims to Have Sunday Closing Contract Signed. L[tY ..,s I O IATEII I'ISS.] ('hliicago, July R-.--The Rev. Wilbur F. ('rafts of the International Reform Bu reaui has alddressed a letter to President Rioosevelt stating that at last the official cirp, ratiotl signatures for the St. Louis I\xposition have been secured for the Sun dlay closing contract. This makes tile con ituet hinding and insures the closing of the I xposition on Sunday, ilaitains Rev. ( rafts. The treasury department, the letter slates, has hitherto refused to demand the illicial signatures and for this an ex Ilanation is dermanded, Mr. Crafts con ti.ndling that the aim was to leave a loop hole through which the Exposition officials could escape living up to the Sunday law. Resigns From Asphalt Company. [ti ASSOcivATD I'r11:SSe.] New York, July 22.-lt is stated on Wall street that General F. V. Greene resigned the presidency of the Asphalt company of .\tmirica, several weeks ago and that his resignation was accepted. According to the IHerald, John M. Mack will be president of the re-organized eomtpany. News From South Sea Whalers. [le ASSOCIATED PRESS.] San Francisco, July za.-The first news of the spierm and right whalers whose field is inl the South Pacific and the Okhotsh sea has been received in a cablegram from Ilakodate, Japan, where the vessels put in innually. The report covered the time up to July 6, and is as follows: The Charles W. Morgan, Captain Scullion, two right whales and I,too barrels of oil; Bark Alice Knowles, Captain Montgomery, 300 bar ruls of sperm oil; bark John and Winthrop, ('aptain Macomber, one right whale; bark (iayhcad, Captain Fisher, 500 barrels of sperm oil; Bark Andrew Hicks, Captain \Villiams, 75 barrels of whale oil. The John and Winthrop, Gayhead and California have reached Makodate since the foregoing report was prepared. Polish Cardinal Dead. a l[Y ASSOCIATED PRESS.] o Rome, July 2.-.Cardinal Ledochowski, prefect of the congregation of the propa g ganda of the Roman church, died this Imorning after a long illness. Cardinal r Ledochwskl was born at Corn, August Ia, 0 1822, and was the descendant of an illus trious Polish family. WANT ADS. WANT AD. RATES. Funeral and death notices, fraternal society notices, entertainment notices, cards of thanas, so eents a line each insertion. Help wanted, situations wanted, houses and rooms, real estate, etc., li words or less, a, cents! 16 to so words so cents: as to as words as cents. No dscount for additional insertione. Personals, fortune telling, palmists, proprle. tary remedies, a cents a word each inser. tion; $a.oo per month pet line. ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS Addressed care the Inter Mountain and left at this ofiee, should always be inclosed in sealcd envelopes. ',' stamp is required on such letters. The Inter Mountain will not be responsible for errors In advertisements taken through the telephone. LOST. FOUNI) ON COI.ORADO STREET, ONE bunch of keys. Owner can get same by calling at this ollice and paying for this 'ad." NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the Board of Commissioners of Silver Bow county, Montana, will on the third Monday of July, 19o0, viz: On the 2ist day of said month, convene as a Board of Equalization for said county, at th: office of the County Assessor at the Court House in said county, and will thereafter sit as such Board of Equaliza tion on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays of each week front to o'clock a. m. to 12 o'clock mn. and from 2 o'clock p. m, till 4 o'clock p. m. on said days: continuing their sessions as such hoard of Equalization un til the second Monday in August, viz: the tith day of said month. Attest: H.ILLIAM I). CLARK, JOHIN WESTON, Chairman. County Clerk. ALTAS SUMMONS. In the District Court of the Second Judi cial District of the State of Montana, in and for the County of Silver Bow. Jamces Coslett, plaintifT, vs. Ida Coslett, defendant. Alias sumllmons. The State of ..lontana sends greeting to the above named defendants: You are hereby summloned to answer the complaint in this action which is filed in the office of the clerk of this court, a copy of which is herewith served upon you, and to file youtr answer and to serve a copy thereof upon the plaintiff's attorney within twenty (2o n 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 taiied by the plaintilff to obtain a judgment and decree of this court dissolving the bondsm 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 iSth day of July, oon.t. SAMUEI. M. ROBIERTS, (Seal.) Clerk. IBy J. F. Davies, Deputy Clerk. NOTICE! NOTICEl I All goods, wares and merchandise stored with us at 42 VWest Broadway, will Ibe IIovcd to our new wareroomns, 20 \West Broadway, beginning July 29, 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 piotect 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 st-;age lii our care to note the changc ar.d protect their customers. Butte Exchange' Furniture Co., 20 West Broad way. J. CIIAUVIN, Manager. Six Million Dollars Spent by the U.P. R. R.Co In rmprovlng what was originally the uest track in the West. RESULT. A c.mparatively straight and level roadbed ballauted with dustless Sher. man granite, rendering possible the highest rate of speed, together with the greatest degree of safety. The magnitude of the work must be seea o be appreciated. WHAT DOES IT MEAN? Solid comfort, security and pleasure to our patrons. ARE YOU GOING EAST? If so, you cannot afford to go via any other than thi RIOYAL HIGIIWAY. Further information on application personally or by ia.tter to H. 0, WILSON, O. S. L. Butte, Montana. THE TRAIN OF 1902 Is the new "Great Western Limited." the most sumptu ously equipped train run. ninU every night between St. Paul end Minneapolis. and Chioago and KHansa City vin... Chicago Great Western Railway J. P. ELMER. General Passenger Agent. CHICAGO,. ILL. WANTED-AG ES, AGENT WANTED--LADY OR GC tieman: must be good canvasler. 34 East Park. HELP WAN Eb. WANTED-BOYS, A. D. T. COMPANY. HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. Dinner tomorrow at Southern hotel. Dan Towey, proprietor-as. The most abuadant meal of best-cooked food for sie. As much as you want of any and every dish, all for sSo. 'fry one of our dinners and be convinced that it is the b-. on earth for use moonv. -SOUP Beef Broth. --BOILED- ..arn Beef and Cabbage. -ROAST frime Cut of Beef, Brown Gravy. Leg of Mutton with Dressing. -ENTREES Stewed Beef, New Potatoes. Boston Baked Pork and Beanes Pigs' Feet, Spanish. Mtsced Veal on Toast, Codfish Balls, Cream Sauce, Blackberry Cobbler. -VEGETABLES Steamed Potatoes. String Beans. Young Carrots in Cream. Potato Salad. -PASTRY Fresh Peach and Pumpkin Pie, Rice Pudding, Vanilla Sauce, California Stewed Peaches. Special for 4 p. m.--Beefsteal: Spanish, Car..ed Salmon, Cold Meats. MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED-TO RENT, 4 TO 6-ROOM modern furnished house by responsible parties. Address II., Inter Mountain. FOR SALE-NICE FURNITURE AT reasonable prices. Inquire at 4t7 N, Washington. WE BUY, SELL, EXCHANGE, RE pair new and second-hand household goods, sewing machines a specialty; tr# us. E. Side Second-Hand Store, a35 aend a37 E. Park at., Butte. 'Phone 6GoA. SECOND-HAND GOODS BOUGHT and cold; freight paid to neighboring towns. Oechsli, 1a4 West Park. FOR SALE-FURNITURE IN EIGHT° room house; close in; $Soo. J. E. Rick ards Co., No. 49 East Broadway. WANTED - SECOND-HAND FURNI. ture. Hogue, No. asz East Park street. THE MONT'ANA TRANSF. N s "u. Ib THg large.s and most thotouqghl eqaiped outig in the city and will give )cu best service. Office se West £:oadwoy. Telephone, al Postoilice Box, ,63. PALMIST. MAZIE, PALMIST, CARD READER; readings, soc. as6 South Idaho. FOR RENr. FURNISHEO ROOMS. FURNISHED ROOMS FOR GENTLE. men; neatly furnished for housekeeping. Terms reasonable. 6to E. Park. FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS, COM. plete for housekeepinl. si9 West Gslena street. ROOMS $5 ANI) UI'--INQUIRE AT 363 East Broadway. HOUSES. FOR RENT--si.ACE LIVERY STA. ble and lodging house on South Main street. Accommodations for 50o horses. Lodging house contains 18 rooms partly furnished. Slemons & Booth. Rooms z, a and 3, Silver Bow block. MONEY TO LOAN. LOANS--MONEY TO LOAN AT 8 PER cent; no delays. Hall Brothers, 48 East Broadway, Butte, Montana. LOANS ON FURNITURE - LOW rates. Room 2, 77 West Broadway. MONEY TO LOAN - JACKMAN & Armitage Co., Hirbour block, N. E. cor ner Main and Broadway. FURNil URE. FOR SALE-THE FURNITURE OF A small rooming house of 9 rooms, close in, on west side; will sell at a very low price; party leaving city; make us an offer on it. Chas. L. Smith & Co., 33 West Granite street. IllGIIHEST PRICES PAID FOR YOUR second-hand furniture and household goods; just starting. Address l24 South Main Street, Feldman & Co. BUSINESS OPPORTUNflY. RANCH FOR SALE.-33o ACRES OF good hay land in close vicinity to Putte. Apply to room 615, Hennessy biulding FOR SAI.E--HORSE AND 'IIHAI TON, Spider phaeton and safe family horse. Mrs, Jessie C. Knox. box 1o34. 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 such property. Any one contempleting the erection of flats, residences or store buildings should see us before they buy the ground. K. FORMEL & CO. Real Estate, lot W. Porphyry. CARPET CLEANING. WEST SIDE ELECTRIC CARPET cleaning Co., i3o W. Broadway. Tele phone 867A. CARPET CLEANING-G. E. SHALE. Mgr.. Mont. and Porphyry. Tel. 669-M. COLLECTIONS. BUTTE ADJUSTMENI' COMPANY CuL lects bad bills; try it. uis North Main. DR. HUIE POeK Thirteenth doctor of China from grand. father down. Born and schooled in the profession. Treats all diseases, naking a specialty of chronic trouble:. :onsult me. 227 South Main St. PO R A 1.. Pirst-elass NewLodgn Ing House. Located in the heart of city. \Wi' sell for $r,ooo; less than cost, on easy termns. Party wants to leave town. Address: J,. M., Inter Mouetain.