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AMUSEMENTS
RACING.
figh-Class
itacing
June 21st to Sept.I
Undev the AuspiceJ of
Montana
Jockey
Club
First race at 3 p in., each racing day.
Strect cars direct to track, while Columbia
Barden cars will transfer. Admission $I.
LADIES FREE.
Hugh I. Wilson, president; Lou Frank,
pecrctary; Jomseph A. Murphy, presiding
judge; Ralph 11. Tozer, associate judge.
AGAIN PREPARING FOR
EDWARD'S CO'RONfATION
No Sign of a Revival of Speculative
Activity in the Sale of Seats to
View the Royal Pageant.
[UV S i A l [hit rA I 1 s.l
New York, July 2.-.-()verzeatlnos police
Oflicials will not succeed in secturinlg the
remval of tihe Canadian arch as a public
nulsance from \\Whlitehall.
The coronation committee of the city of
-Vestminster has authorized the C lnlltlis
Vlon to illumimnate the arch on coronation
iKght, otherwise there will be no public
chelme of decoration for the strcets ill
-ecord with King Edward's wishes.
There is no sign of a revival of specula
tive activity in the sale of seats, nor will
it be possible to obtain high prices without
g guarantee of a return of the monlley iii
the event of a second postpoelnement.
T'here will lie a large niumber of ab
tenters amlollng the peers at the abbey scrv
ice.
Many are without houses in Lontidon and
are frightened by the ctst of livery for
toroiation day. since they cannot drive to
the abbey inl cabs. buit Iut go ill splendid
state.
It is reported the king will not return to
Lonldont before August 7, and that lie will
return to Cowes two days after the curo
Itation.
Drops Dead in Court.
[iiY A1.,o.1 IATi.) Ir- .ss..
New York, July aJ.--.As the lirst wit
less in the trial of the Austin It. l)unahl.
Ron, on the charge of killing .Loulis N.
yMecrs was testifying at Ili'hmond, Statcil
Bsland, an old laani who ha:'l been anl in
tcrested listener fell out of his chair and
when the spectators raised him fritiom the
floor, he was dead. lie was identilied as
SJacob Levy, t drygoods imerchant. The
}udden death caused a sensation in thl
court room, but after a short delay, the
trial proceeded.
I PETRIFIED MAN.
Died in Agony After Slowly Turning to
iStone.
;corge W. Le.wis, known as the mlan
turining to stone, who had beenl a great
sufferer for i5 years, died at Iis home at
Cross Keys last night. his case has been
a nuOst remllarkable one, aldt one that has
baffled the ablest physicians of this city
hnd of the state.
Prior to nine years ago Mr. Lewis was
fretquently ill, but from appearances there
was no particular ailment. 'Then Mr. Lewis
fouti that his fingers began to get stiff,,
and it was with difficulty that lie could
nmove them. IThis stiffness began to move
tip his arms, antd soont he found that front
the elbows down the flesh liegani to harden
until the armls became useless. The skin
Was drawn tightly over the bones, hite
pitiews drawn and his hands became lihie
marble,
The prick of a pin or needle was not
felt, tneither did any blood flow fromt a cut.
Tihe flesh was nearly whiti-, with a tnirble
east. About foiur years ago the feet and
lower litnbs beganl to stiffen anil hIrdles
In the sane. way ais did the hands ;antl
gradually became useless. The skin io his
race was also drawn tightly, and lie fre
uently stated that lie felt he was grad
ally turning to stone.
IMr. Lewis attributed his conditiion of
late primtarily to nervous trouble, but was
not positive. Years ago lie was no in
Veterate smnoker, and thought this was
the cause of his nervousness.
There was another remarkable fact about
the case. The victim got very little sleep-
did not seem to need it. Weeks passed at
a time when Ihe did not close his eyes in
alumler.
During the day his attention was occu
pietd by events that catme to his notice at
the country store, where he managed to go
once a day with Imuch effort, but at night
he sat and read,. lie is known to have
gone a month without a moment's sleep.
Before his feet and legs began to stiffen,
and in pleasant weather, lie would go
qutdoors at all hours of the night for a
walk. He ate as little as he slept, and
what kept himt alive was more than any
one coultl understand. Seldom was he
hungry, and he would go several days
without food.
Several trips were made by Mr. Lewis
to dilfferent hospitals, where, after a thor
ough examination, he was told in each in
stance that there was no hope for him,
neither could the physicians enlighten him
as to his malady.
He knew for years that he was slowly
dying and made the heat of his time while
able to move about, and tender hands
ministered to him when he got beyond be
ing able to help himself.
HOPEFUL VIEW OF
RUSSIAN TARIFF
FINANCE MINISTER OF THE CZAR'S
COUNTRY WRITES A NOTE
TO THE POWERS.
ST. PETERSBURG PAPER
OFFERS SOME ADVICE
Russo-American Tariff Dispute May Now
Be Amicably Adjusted-Minister Per
sists in Taking Position on the Sugar
Question Which Is Considered Absurd
by All the Otner Powers.
lIIY AS.. oIIIIA I Il re .
St. l'Petersbunrg, July 1.1. American busi
n ri men in Rutssia are disposed to take
. hi.peful view of the tRusso-American
t:ile dispuate now that I inance Minister
\\ ilt has announced to the signatory
Ipwcrs of the sugar convention that Rus
sii intends to Oqppose theI applicationl of
tli, conveitio,i uinfavorably to Russian
interests.
it Russia intends to persist in an ab
surd position, they are pIleased with the
pro.Icpect of the conflict being extended
ito other powers. The repetition of M.
1\ ittel's argumIents to prove that Russia ha-.
niot favored the exportation of sugar by
th(e juint operation if excise rebates and
completed. d.imninat ion of every feature
the sugar inlustry does not add to ttheir
force..
The closing passage of the note is,
ho.wever, of interest as showing that M.
Witte persists in his eonjunction of the
sulgar pirenittnl and trust tUlestioSi. Per
ha:s, antllliilcipating that the Russianl gov
rrll nt. 'itt will latl r proceed to contlrol the
lti:tiunalizuation of other bralnehes Of in
dustry, say tu.bacen, h(e lays ldown ithe
following as uissia's policy: i Even if it
were prolveni that an intervenition of this
kind (Iiferritg to the stugar regulations)
ill tIhe part of the government condi
lions Of anl itlndustry is injurious to the
illtr.,tsir i Of itternatiOlnal comnilnerce, or
even that shth pirotectioln ~f domestic
prices interferes with the free course o~f
international comlpetition the Rti.ussia govy
e'rllmient woutl willingly take part with
Other powers il a iisc.ssitnon f mleasures
to intlhenct" intern, atiional markets.
Regulate the Production.
l .hweiver, it wouhl nit he tdislosedl to
wardus a entelnte tin this Ipoint unless the
luestlinn were posed in its widest sense,
that is to say, lltil not only the results
if direct governmental measures, suchI
as thlie estiUhlishment of premiums and the
regulation of producticn hut also the iim
pi'rtance o( f thli various governlllents en
tredl iito the discussio andl unless the
convenltiotn had for its object iot only
sugar, ibut also o(ther pro(ucts of im
portance in the ci litetlmpo|rary itnterna
tional market.
In taking this iposition the imperial
governmentl Ilolpes that foreignl govern
mients will not refuse ito find in tilt poly
here ouiitlined, its entire willingness to
take part in every collective action of
the powers which was ailmed to protect
thei international prices of sugar andt
ither merchandise against artificial ide
ipr'ssiuin.
If Ni. 'itte were not a very great Ilmatn
Ihe woul, pierlhapls, hesitiate to sendtl to
ninle miiore or less considerabile powers a
inote cittchedl in langutage that could pos
silly lie regarded as ironic:al.
In a leading articlhe on AImerican sub
jects, the Journal the St. Petersburg, which
is edlited by the freigKn office observes:
"So that ipresident admits the possi
,lity of tile inleprtneniice of thle Philip
pines? This woucl doubhtless be an indtl
Ipende.nce wholly complete but limited by
some restriclions like those impiiosedl noi
Culba, that is, a wide protectorate with
the right to ouccitpy several Inaval stations.
It is assuredlly the wisest course. Its
completel accompllishlnttu is still distant,
but thel atlltnouncrltent woull ipleasei the
Filipinos antd would give them an icent
tive to work in accordl with the Americants
in thel dievelopmutent of their cotutry."
'The llannouncie 'enttl is Ia;ule officially
that ai railroad betwteen St. Petersburg
and I'.etrl sesavodsk (Ii 8 miles northeast
of St. I'cterslburg) otn the lake of Onega,
will lie iuilt iext ycanr hy the goveriinmtent.
WYOMING RANGE TROUBLE
One Sheepherder and Several Sheep
Reported Killed.
rev A5sOi'.1 I'I II:,.
)cenver, Colo., July .I. -A.\ telephone
message reccived by nMrs. I.enard Scdg
wick at her homle. 211X ('urtis street, con
veyed the information that upllon her hus
haml's sheep ranch, ntear Rock Springs,
\VWyo., one of his herders had beein our
delred, pr~lobably by infuriated cattle
herders.
The message also statied that 7,000 sheep
had been slain by the same parties that
made away withl the herder.
Mrs. Sedgwick says that there is the
most intense jealousy between the sheep
and cattle men in that district, and that
often hundreds of cattle or sheep are
slaughtetred when founlltl roallling upon
strange ground.
Invite the President.
[Ily ASao( Isr :'ie PRus, S.]
Chicago, July 23.-At a meeting of the
representativcs of the Lincoln, Marquette,
Mohican and Republican Marching clubs,
held last night, it was decided to extend a
formal invitation to President Roosevelt to
be a guest of the clubs upon the occasion
of his visit to Chicago next October.
Choate Takes Vacation.
[s'Y AsSOCIA:A'ED i'aI'Ss.1
London, July 23.-Ridgley Carter will
be left in charge of the American embassy
after the coronation, Mr. Choate taking a
vacation in North Berwick and Henry
White going to America.
NAT C. GOODWIN ACCEPTS
He Will Take Part in a Revival of a Mid
Summer Nihgt's Dream.
[ily ASSOCIATED PRESS.]
New York, July 23.-Nat C, Goodwin,
the actor, who is now in London, has
cabled his agreement to accept the part
of Bottom in an elaborate revival of "A
Mid-Summer Night's Dream."
All the latest inventions in stage mechan
ism will be used and a chorus will be en
gaged for the reproduction of Shake.
speare's most poetic and plcturesqes work
CUBAN AGITATION
FOR ANNEXATION
SOCIETY FORMED FOR THE PUR
POSE OF FOSTERING THE MOVE
MENT-START A CAMPAIGN
[aiv .';c( r.i oD PtESs.]
Havana, July 23.--'The annrxatioan move
mlent has caused soein, feeling amnong those
(Cubansl. who want the island to have a fair
chance in trying to solve the problem of
self-governmllent.
'The anti-annc'xationists say the chamin
pions of annexationl consist largely of meni
who, when the war was on, spent the time
at waterinag places in the United States or
Mexico, who, when the war was over,
flocked back to Cuba, expecting to get the
lion's share of the spoils to which those
who had fought for independence were en
titled.
The reports of possible disturbances in
Cuba do not seem to have any substantial
foun(dation. The Cublans realize that the
eyes of the world are upon them as well as
the United States, and their pride is at
stake. Some of the annexatioanists say
that the United States would only want a
pretext to tell the Cubans they had a trial
and had been found wanting.
A few of these enthusiasts believe that it
was only neccessary to gather a pafty to
gether, rush to the woods, rob a few per
sons and burnl a few places. As soonl as
thte news was flashed to \Vashington troops
would lbe ordered to Cuba and the inter
venltion would bhe at hand again. It is such
talk-as this that has made the anti-annexa
tionists so bitter against the annexationists.
It must be known that there are in the
ranks of the annexationists men of high
character who are perfectly conscientious
in their advocacy and have no personal
motives in wishing to bring it albout.
(Cuban planters have an organization
known as circuilo de haciendoas, a society
which has been fostering the movement for
annaexation, and a ameeting has been called
for July to, when, it it purported, that en
tirely new officers shall lae elected, and that
only anncxationists shall figure in the new
personnel. Then, it is said, a regular cant
paign for annexation will be started.
MOFFATT LETS CONTRACTS
First Eighteen Miles Awarded to a Wyo
ming Construction Firm.
[inY AS.s.oiIAr It lriiish.
)Denver, July .;.-Pl'residlcit Perry of
the DeInver & Northweslerni road has givenl
otlice that thie lirm of A. A. Utley & Co.
of Rock Springs, Wyo., woull lie awarded
the contract for the 18 miles of the Moffatt
road leading into the mountains, provided
thie firmi can present an acceptable bond.
The bond will he for $r,ooo,0oo, and as
the Wyoming firmIi is said to he backed by
the Utah C('nstruction company, one of
the largest railroad buildhing concerns in
America, it was understood the bond would
lie promptly forthcoming. The contract re
quiriet that the work shall be completed
bIy March i.
The firm will receive about $30,000 a
mile, or a total of $51 0,ooo.
TO BURN FORT STEVENS
Note Found Threatening to Continue Ef
forts to Destroy Fort.
li." Asson 'A ItiD Iess.I
Astoria, (ire., July 23.-incendiaries are
Inakinig repe)Cated attempts to destroy Fort
Stevensi, the new miiilitary post near this
city.
Ilad their plans succeeded, they would
have blownl the fort to atoms and perhaps
killed hundreds of persons. They set lire
to the ttorpedo storehouse, but the building
is lire-proof, and the attempt failed. Al
imost simultaneously tire was discoveredliin
the barracks, but this, too, was extin
guishied.
The incendiaries had saturated the flooi'
with oil. After the tires were extinguished
a note is said to have been found signed,
the "Twelve I)ynamiters," declaring that
thel writcrs had determinled to destroy the
fort iand that their efforts wouIl be con
titnued.
CHICAGO TO, NOVA SCOTIA
Wireless Communication Soon to Be
Opened Between Those Points. .
[Ivy Asso5I'IAlii I talss.] 'I
Chicago, July 23.--Within two moiftlis
('hicago may be in direct commlunicationl
with the coast of Nova Scotia by a system
of wireless telegraphy. ()perations on two
sites for the proposed station of tile nevW
system have been secured near Evanston by
the agenlt of the wireless telegraph colm
panlly, and within six weeks it is expected
the plant will be installed.
The agent left last night to submit the
sites to the p)romoters of the enterprise.
As solo as the plant is installed tests will
be imade by the inventor himself and lines
of communication will be established with
the station at Glace Slay, Nova Scotia, ati
which Irmessages are at present received
froni ocean-going steamers.
Lost His Right Hand.
[IY AssoC.IATED rItess.]
Des Moines, Iowa, July a23.-J. N. Mc
Clanahan, a prominent politician of Cory
don and ex-grand master of the Masonic
order of iowa, has lost his right hand from
the effects of a handshake with a friend.
The grip was so hard that several small
bones were broken and afterward caused a
cancerous growth. Amputation became
necessary and the operation was performed
yesterday.
Building the New Road.
[nB AsSOCIATEDI PRSS.]
Denver, July 23.-President Perry of the
Denver & Northwestern railroad has
awarded a contract for the construction of
8i miles of the Moffat road leading into the
mountains. The contract requires that the
work shall lie completed by the first of
March. The contractors will receive about
$30,o000 a mile, or a total of $540,ooo for
the work,
Find a Mastodon.
[ay ASSOCIATED PREaS.]
Dallas, July 23.-I.aborers excavating in
a gravel pit near Dallas today unearthed
the remains of a mastodon. The jawbones
were perfect and six feet in length, but
crumbled when exposed to the air. The
teeth remained perfect, however. The mo
lars are a foot and a half long, seven
inches wide apd weigh fifteen pounds.
They probably will be sent to. the state
university at Austin,
SHE LOSES HER
PEARL NECKLACE
*-------- 'r 1
TREASURY AGENTS MEET PHILADEL
PHIA SOCIETY WOMAN AT PIER
AND GET HER JEWELRY.
fly ASSOCIATED PRESS.]
New York, July 33.-As a prominent
young society woman of Philadelpl is
.tl,lpcd from the steamship Kron I'rins
\Vilhelnt on its arrival here and greetedt
ihr husband waiting on the pier, agents of
the treasury department interrupted the
conversation and took from the woman a
pearl necklace reported to be worth $So,ooo,
which she had purchased in Paris and omit
tl d from her declaration.
A special treasury agent had been in
'aris and learned of the purchase of the
necklace. lie determined to return to New
York on the same steamship with the pur
chaser. He noticed that she had made no
Iention of her gems in her declaration to
the customs officers. lie remained near by
at the pier and after the traveler had
:,reeted her husband he, with another offi
i,,r, asked the couple to return to the state
room and the woman, who wore it around
her neck under the dress collar, handed the
e.;rls over.
nollector Stranahan may allow the duty
of 6o per cent and deliver the necklace to
its owner. The latter said, however, he
aright not decide to pay the duty and re
turn the necklace to the Paris jewelers who
shl it to his wife.
The woman said she had no intention of
evading the customs, but wished to consult
her hu.tband about the purchase before
declaring it to the customs office.
PL AN INTERNATIONAL BANK
American Capitalists in Banking Scheme
With Several Foreign Branches.
[lU ASSOCIATED PRESS.]
Chicago. July 23.-American financiers
are planning an international bank, with
headquarters in New York and branches
i: Chicago, San Francisco, City of Mexico,
I lavana. lRio Janeiro and Buenos Ayres, ac
cr, ling to to te president, W. II. Hunt of
the Mexican Trust Company bank, who is
in Chicago on his way to New York.
The institution will be known as the
First lnternational Bank of North Amer
ica. Its capital will be $5,0o0,000. The
nlucletus of this enterprise is already in
existence under the namc'of the Mexican
'T'rust hank, which has been operation In
thie City of Mexico for one year.
\\'hie it was established the Mexican
''rust company bank was capitalized at
$r,in.o.uur. This capital was recently in
creased to $,00oo,oo0. which it is thought
is sullicient for the transaction of business
in the four Latin-Amterican republics. The
banlk already has several branches in the
Mexican republic.
Among the financiers who are said to
hold stock in the concern are: J. Sloat
Fassett, Juliun s. Ilirge, Russell Whitcom,
Johni R. lland, Robert M. Farly and
Charles Francis Phillips of New York,
\illiamt J. Hilands of Chicago and J. D.
FIrguson, president of the First National
bank of Baltimore.
MANY HEADS ARE BROKEN
New York Police Have Some Difficulty in
Dispersing a Mob.
Ily A s tn IEI I'I'.SS.A
New York, July 3,.--Ma:y heads were
ibroken by the police in dispersing a crowd
of .,ouio llmen anlll boys in H-lavcmeyer
street, Williamsburg. Stones were thrown
and shots were fired and Felix EITrer, the
innocent cause of the whole disturbance,
was taken to the hospital with a broken
skull.
A few days ago an Italian was fatally
injured in a fight, and a meeting was held
at his home at which it had been decided
by those present that he had been clubbed
to death by the police.
Felix EtTner, a collector, happened along
at that time and the payment of his bill
was refused and he was thrown into the
sitreet. The police were called and in a
few minutes a general fight was in pro
Before the arrival of the police a crowd
,f i,,oo people crowded the streets and
the police charged them. A few shots
were fired but the bullets struck no one,
though imany stones and clubs did execu
tion on unprotected heads.
GAMBLING JOINT RAIDED
Players at Long Branch Permitted to Go,
but Men in Charge Are Held.
[aB AsSocIOtATED I'ltss.]
New York, July z3.-An exclusive club
at Long Branch, N. J., where wealthy
visitors from New York were congregated
to tempt fortune on the green cloth, has
been raided by Sheriff Davis and a posse.
The alleged proprietor and two attendants
were arrested, but the twenty players were
Permitted to leave unmolested.
The raid caused great excitement, es
Iccially among the visitors, as it was
wholly unexpected. It was the result of
complaints made by residents near the
club who protested against the noise.
A large wagon load of gambling para
phernalia was hauled out of the place and
taken to Freehold, where it will be de
stroyed by the authorities. Cash and
checks aggregating thousands of dollars
were seized. Sheriff Davis held the money,
which will be used as evidence.
The prisoners were released under heavy
bonds.
Buy Piece of Railroad.
[IIv AssocIATED I'RESS.]
Phoenix, Ariz., July 23.-A special to
the Republican from Bisbee, Ariz., an
Iluunces the sale of forty-five miles of the
Santa Fe railroad to the Southern Pacific
railway. The price is not announced.
The road runs from Naco, on the border
to l.acana.
New National Bank.
[sY ASSOCIArTE PRESS.]
New York, July 23.-A new national
bank for the uptown business is being
planned. The institution will probably
be located near Thirty-fourth and Broad
way. Prominent among those interested
are Edwin Gould, E. R. Thomas, Andrew
Saks and WHlliam Nelson Cromwell,
Specialist Is Dead.
Ese ASSOCIATED PREtSS.]
New York, July 23.-Dr. Deschare, one
of the best known and most prominent
homeopathic specialists on children's dis
case in this country, is dead at his home In
this city from heart trouble,
U. S. MINISTER TO ITALY
Says That the Italian People Are Happy
and the King Popular.
[BY AsSOCIATre PratS.]
New York, July *3.-George Von
Lengerke Meyer, United States ambahsa
dor to Italy, who has just arrived hera
said s
"Italy is in a prosperous condition, lier
people are happy and the king is extremely
popular."
The fall of the Campantile at Venice, hlie
said, caused sorepw everywhere. The am
hassador refused Ip discuss the visit of
Governor Taft at Roiis;.
A Chilly Polar.
L.ieutenant Peary's daughfer is taking a
set of ping-pong to the Arcstic region..
llow will the Polar Bear this if;novation?
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the 'oard
of Commissioners of Silver Bow county,
Montana, will on the third Monday of Jult',
90oa, viz: On the aist day of said month'
convene as a Board of Fqualization for said
county, at th- office of the County Assessor
at the Court House in said county, and will
thereafter sit as such Boa:d of Equaliza
tion on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays of
each week from to o'clock a. m. to za
o'clock m. and from a o'clock p. m. till 4
o'clock p. m. on said days; continuing their
.essions as such Board of Equalization un
til the second Monday in August, viz: the
isth day of said month.
Attest: V ILLIAM D. CLARK,
JOHN WESTON, Chairman.
County Clerk.
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 tq
the above named defendants:
You are hereby summoned 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 your answer and to serve a copy
thereof upon the plaintiff's attorney within
twenty (20) days after the service of this
summons (exclusive of the day of service),
and in case of :ur failure to appear or
answer judgment 'ill be taken against you
by default for th, 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 5th day of July, )ooz.
SAMUEL M. ROBLRTS,
(Seal.) Clerk.
By J. F. Davies, Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE! NOTICEI
All goods, wares and merchandise stored
with us at 42 West Broadway, will be
moved to our new warerooms, so West
Broadway, beginning July 9a, 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 skt:age In our care to note the
change ar.d protect their customers. Butte
Exchange Furniture Co.. ao West Broad
way. J. CHAUVIN, Manager.
p OR BAt.l
Firstaelass NewLodg'
Ing House.
Iocatcl in the heart of city. Will sell for
$t,ooo: less than cost, on easy terms.
Party wants to leave town. Address:
J. M., Inter Mountain.
Six Million Dollars
Spent by the
U.P. R. R. Co
In tmprovinr what was originally the
finuest track In the West.
RESULT.
A e.mparatively straight and level
roadbed ballasted 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 seen
o be aDpreciated.
WHAT DOES IT MEAN?
Solid comfort, security and pleasure to
our patrons.
ARE YOU GOING EAST?
If so, you cannot afford to go via sany
other than this ROYAL HIGHWAY.
Further information on application
personally or by letter to
H. 0. WILSON, O. S. L,
Butte, Montana.
THE TRAIN
OF 1902
I the new "Groat Western
Limited." the most sumptu
ously equipped train run
ning every night between
St. Paul end Minneapoll,
and Chloago and Hanesa
CiLt vie ...
Chicago
Great Western
Railway
J. P. ELMER,
General Passenger Agent.
CHICAGO, ILL.
WANT ADS.
WANT AD. RATES.
hiuralt and death notices, fraternal spoiet
tio to ee blttnment enotices, .rdL of
t ansn, so a"i a line each ineertl a.
Help wanted situations wanted, holuses ad
rooms, real estate, etq., s words or lass,
cents; ta to a rer so eeonts n , atq
wordsg cents.| No discount lfor addittonal
Personals, fortane telldin, palmest , roprle.
oten remedies, s cent( a word eaet laser.
ion; *e.eo per month pet line.
ANSWERS TO AD)VERTISEMENTS
Addressed calre the Inter Mountain and left a
this ofse, should aiweys be inglosed In
erated envelopes. ?'s stamp is rt4uired on
such ietters.
The Inter M untain will not be responplbl_
for erroros n advcrtisements taken thrtlu.b
the telephone.
-- - -- ' , .L- . .._ ,
HELP WANTED.
WANTED-BOYS, A. D. T. COMPANY.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
,D4 ner tomorrow at Southern hotel. Dan
Tewe1, prpprietor-ego. The most abundant
meal of beet.cooked food f'ar se. As mush as
ou wtas of any and every dish, all for at.
rone of our dinners and be convinced that
it Is the b' on earth for ise moner.
-SOUP.-.
Beef Brott.
--BOILED-.
Corn Beef and Cabbage.
-ROAST
frime Cut of Beef, Brown Gravy.
Leg of Mutton with D;resasb
-ENTREES
Stewed Beef, New Potatoes.
Boston Baked Pork and Beans.
Pigs' Feet, Spanish.
Minced Veal on Toast,
Codfish Balls, Cream Sau.e
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.-Beefstesl: Spanish,
Caznted Salmon, Cold Meats.
MISCELLANEOUS.
WE BUY, SELL, EXCHANGE, RE
pair new and second-hand household
goods, sewing machines a specialty ; try
us. E. Side Second-Hand Store, 3s as d
s37 E. Park st., Butte. 'Phone 6.oA.
SECOND-HAND GOODS BOUGHT
and sold; freight paid to neighborfn.
towns. Oechsli, It4 West Park.
FOR SALE-FURNITURE IN EIGHT
room house; close in; $aoo. J. E. Rick.
ards Co., No. 49 East Broadway.
WANTED - SECOND-HAND FPURNI
ture. Hogue, No. als East Park street.
THE MONTANA TRANSV.. t Cu. ; THBE
larges and most thoroughl5 equipped outit
in the city and nl! IgIve ..u best ervieOs.
Office 5 West L:oLiwsy. Telephone, af
Postotice Box, 16s.
LOST.
FOUND ON COLORADO STREET, ONE
bunch of keys. Owner can get same
by calling at this office and paying for
this 'ad."
PALMIST.
MAZIE, PALMIST, CARD READER;
readings, soc. az6 South Idaho.
FOR REN'T.
FURNISHEO ROOMS.
FOR RENT--FURNISHED ROOMS, COM.
plate for housekeeping. asp West Galene
street.
HOUSES.
FOR RENT-IALACE LIVERY STA
ble and lodging house on South Main
street. Accommodations for so horses.
Lodging house contains :8 rooms partly
furnished. Slemons & Booth. Rooms
I, a and 3, Silver Bow block.
MONEY TO LOAN.
I.OANS--MONEY TO LOAN AT 8 PER
cent; no delays. Hall Brothers, 48 East
Broadway, Butte, Montana.
LOANS ON. FURNITURE - LOW
rates. Room a, /7 West Broadway,
MONEY TO LOAN - JACKMAN &
Armitage Co. Hirbour block, N. E. cor
ner Main and Broadway.
FURNITLIRE.
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.
HIGHEST 'PRICES PAIl) FOR YOUR
second-hand furniture and household
goods; just starting. Address 124 South
Main Street, Feldman & Co.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY.
RANCH FOR SALE.-3ao ACRES OF
good hay land in close vicinity to Putte.
Apply to room 6:1, Hennessy biulding
REAL ESTATE.
Building Lots.
We have for sale a large number ot
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 contemplating the erection of
fsats, residences or store buildings should
see us before they buy the ground.
K. FORMEL & CO.
Real Estate, so: W. Porphyry.
CARPET CLEANING.
WEST SIDE ELECTRIC CARPET
cleaning Co., 13o W. Broadway. Tele
phone 867A.
CARPET CLEAN!NCG--G. E. SHALE.
Mgr.. Mont. and Porphyry. Tel. 66g-M.
COLLECTIONS.
BUTTE ADJUSTMENT COMPANY L.I,,
lects bad hills; try it. us 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.

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