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MERRY TOTS HAVE ONE BIG TIME
AT FAIR COLUMBIA GARDENS "Besides the hundreds of children under five who went out to the gardens yester day our records show that there were more than 2,ooo who paid fares and spent the day in the grounds," said Manager Whar ton at the street car office this morning, "and of that number not one accident has been reported. We consider that a pretty good record. "To any one who watched the children swarm on the cars as they left for the CHILDREN'S DAY AT GARDENS. , y r * I~ 9( t t A Sco ot Hug Pla ;r; 1j: ' nt '.. ° '.. . • Jtr A~~~~~~~ Sentlonb of 26eHg lyfdCuh yte Inter Mo~buntain'sCmr Ysedy gardens yesterday morning, or crush to reach the cars last evening when the throng began to return, the wonder was that the cildren escaped unhurt." Special policemen besides the regular employes of the office looked out for the safety of the children, both on the cars and at the grounds. Many compliments were given the management on the success of the entertainment provided for the juven iles. To the children of Butte, many of THERE IS A TOWN CLOCK IN A TOWN IT IS ALWAYS RIGHT AND NEVER RUNS DOWN-TIME ALL THE CLANGS MERRILY. THIS CLOCK STANDS UP IN A STEEPLE SO, HIGH Where Every Fellow in Town, Passing by, Can Glance Up at Its Jovial Face and Regulate His Lazy Pace, as He Is Out Early or Late-Hickery, Dick cry, Dock, Sing Ding, Dong, Dell. Not everybody in the good city of Butte knows how the big clock in the courthouse steeple, with its four dials which look every way to the world, is kept in operation, nor what it costs the county of Silver Bow to keep everybody in time and warn them of the passing hour with its sonorous "ding, Idong, dell." There is a clockmaker in the town who gets $1oo a month for keeping the court house timepiece in good condition all weathers and seasons, so that its sweet chiming and the swinging hands on the big dials shall not stop. Once in a while somebody says the court house clock is fast or slow, but that is be cause he has missed a date and desires to How About Butter, Dobry? Well, I can say. Particular people are buying their butter of me. Because they want that which is pure and good. I buy the output of a reliable cream ery. I know the cream to be pure and healthy. That the whole process of butter manufacture is careful and cleanly. That's why I can offer you a superior butter. That's why my store has such an enviable reputation for butter. That's why my butter sales are in creasing. Price no greater than you pay for the ordinary kind, either. 30c the Pound I guarantee every pound, 1 I take the risk, not you. Montana Cash irocery Co. Where Particular People Trade Oor. W. Park and Montana Sts. Phone 47 k whom have never seen a flower or a tree, except at the gardens, the day was one long to be remembered. The Games. Much Interest was taken by the young sters in the games, the results of which were as follows: loo-yard dash, boys 24 to :6 years Won by Percy Ellis, 6oo West Silver stret; prize, a shotgun. Sack race, for girls over to-Stella By kosky, x t17 South Arizona street, gold ring. Sack race for boys-Charles Teddie, 715 North Alaska street, pair of shoes. Egg and spoon race for girls-Lucy Jacoby, 43 Anaconda road, perfumery. Egg and spoon tace for boys-Frank Dorhofer, 9 South Montana street, straw hat. Climbing greased pole-Thomas Pen rose, 1133 East Galena street, $2. Pie-eating contest-Ike Hayes, it West relieve himself by handing the clock one. The clock is quite handy for purposes of malediction, invective and general cussing, and as it is public property, anybody may cuss it. Trustees Do the Act. The big clock cost $3,500, and it occupies a box like a cupboard in the clock turret where the dials are under the belfry. It takes two husky men to wind up the bell, which is done with a windlass in just the same way a bucket as brought to the sur face in a shaft, and by the time they are through the beads of sweat are dropiling from their brows and their breath is conm ing fast. The business of winding the clock is en trusted to the sheriff, and trusties from the jail, under the supervision of the jailer, perform the labor. A short colored man and a white wanderer wound it up the other morning while the waiter was present, and there is no question of the athletic exercise in the feat. It took fully five minutes to do the wind ing, and that is because of the length of the rope that must be coiled around the rope drum. The works of the clock sit on a frame inside the cupboard, which is big enough for a man to stand upright in, and is closed with doors. The f.ame is like the frame of a grindstone. There are several cogwaeels and two rope drums. The bell rope is wound around one drum and the clock rope arould the other. The ropes are about a quarter of an inch thick and are of wire. There are two small shafts in the building, and the ropes pass down them to the basement as the clock and the bell run down, the loose end of each cable having a weight on it. Winding Is Heavy Work. The reason it is such heavy work to wind the bell rope is on account of the heavy weight on the end of the cable and the length of the rope. The clock rope is lighter and easier to wind. The handle of the windlasses lies on the floor of the cup board when out of use, and it is slipped on the end of the axis of a drumn when the rope is to be wound up. Thile pendulum of the big clock is about eight feet long. The clock is quite a curi osity, and is a fine example of the mechan ical ingenuity of man. lBut the jail trusties say it is behind the times or it would have a self-winding attachment. TRACY CAPTURED. lie wa5 seen ill a swallp lEar Enul claw apparently albsorbed in reading sorle inltensely illterestin g article in the morniing paper. So dee ply initrested was ihe as to bie uncollsciOus of tile presenlce of anyone. It afterwards developed that ;iis atteil tion was riveted on a Curious Gargle ad entitled: "More Like a Miracle Than a Medicine." 0 Souvenirs with each dollar and over spent. Mayer, 65 West Park. * ENJOYING THE GOOD WEATHER Emperor William's Visit to His Uncle Edward to Be Private. [IY ASsO(cIA'IEL IruSS.] L.ondon, July 23.--King Edward today enjoyed the improved weather at Cowes, Isle of Wright. lie spent the afternoon in an invalid's chair on the open, deck. There is every indication of his majesty's continued progress toward complete re covery. Truth says that Emepror William's visit to King Edward will be brief and strict ly private, the German emperor sailing from Kid on the imperial yacht HIohen zollern, August 2 and remaining at Sowes through the regatta week, when the schoon er yacht Meteor III will compete for the king's cup. Gold street, $t, Boys' hurdle race-llugh Cummings, s'7 Dakota street, knife. Girls' hurdle race-Lottie Matthews, 923 South Montana street, bracelet. Barrel race-Guy Smith, ta Silver street, book. Wheelbarrow race-William Hamilton, zr California street, pearl handled knife. Blindfolded race, for boys-Charles Ted die, 71r North Alaska street, ball and catcher's mitt. Foot race, for boys over to-James Roach, 10o4 Anaconda road, silver watch. Free for all race for girls-Rosie Mc Cloud, 419 East Galena street, doll. Potato race, for boys-Joseph Beekman, 222 West Broadway, ball bat and gloves. Potato race, for girls-Ethel McCloud, 426 Pine street, goMd bracelet. Foot race, boys under so years-Allie Dillon, 726 North Montana street, pocket book. Tug-of-war, boys-South Side team, five pounds of candy. SAY FRENCHIE LIFTED A TEN Homer Bichette Is Arrested on Charge of Being Guilty Party. Homer Bichette was arrested last night, by Policemen Dowling and Lyden on a charge of stealing $to from Oscar Laun dric in a saloon at the corner of Main and Mercury streets, but it is doubtful if the charge will stick. Bichette pleaded not# guilty in the police court today and the judge set the case for trial tomorrow. The complainant is a Frenchman whose knowledge of the English language is so limited that he could not explain to Judge Boyle whether he thought Bichette had taken the money or some one else had made away with it. ADMIT THEY FELT LITTLE SO Mere Boy Is One of Two Haled Before Judge Boyle for Drunkenness. Judge Boyle mail before him today two men charged with being drunk last night. They were all right so far as out ward appearances go, but both admitted having been woozy and added that they felt somewhat rocky. They gave their names as John James and J. Barry. T'he latter is practically a boy. lie endeavored to explain to the judge how he came to swallow more liquor than the law allows one man at a single sit ting, but the judge has explanations made him every day, lie fined each of them $5. Special Excursion TFran. Leaves Montana Union depot at 8:3. a. m., Sunday for .. ipestone Springh, Whitehall, Twin Bridges and Alder, re turning leaves Alder at 6:oo p. m. Rates as. follows: .:.tte to Pipestone and return......$t.oo Butte to Hbhitehall and return...... s.5o Butte to Twin BridGes and return... 1.5, 'utte to Alder and return.......... a.oo Compromised With Revolutionists. [ii AgssotiIfi ) IEi ri; s.] Managua, Nicaragua, July 2,3.-P'resi dent Zclaya says 1)r. RIussell Wilson is comproiised with the revoluitonists. lie is still there. Ne news has been published here regarding the lhluefields filibusters. Dr. 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 No More Dread of the Dental Chair. New York Dental Parlors Permanently Located In Butte. Employ Modern Methods, Modern Appliances and Modern Men. The New York Dentists Do the Largest Den tal Business in America. Be Sure You Are in Our Office. Over Symons'. Opposite Postoffice. Teeth extracted and filled absolutely without pain by our late scientific 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 crowns, undetectable from natural teeth, Land 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 Pilling.... $1.00 Gold Crowns... $5.00 Silver Filling.....50c Bridge Work.... $5.00 Full Set Teeth........................... $5.00 A Protective Guarantee Given With All Work for Ten Years. We will make a specialty of gold crown and 1ridge work; thile Imoti beautiful, painless and durable of all dental work knownt to the. prnof,-ion. Our n;ute lone vill be a guarantee that your work will be cf the Ihet. e have a specialist in each department. Best operators, b'!st gohl wo;klmel l.l extra.tors of teeth; in (act, all the staff are inventors of 'lodern dentistry. \' will tll you in advance exactly what your work will cost. by free examination. Give as a call and you Aill find we do exactly as we advertise. New York Dental Parlors 80 W. Park, Over Symons' Dry Goods Store, Butte, Montana Hours..8.30 a. m. to 9 p. m.: Sundays, 10 to 4 HURRYING TO DENVER. Burlington Route Now Offers Fastest Service Butte to Denver. Leave Butte, I2:50 n. l. today. Arrive Denver, 8 :oo a. an. tomorrow. II. F. Rttuger who sells hundreds of tickets via the Burlington route, says you can't beat this time. lie also remarks that the Burlington train service between Butte and Denver is altogether excellent. Tickets at 35 East Broadway, Butte. o $50-To San Francisco and Return--530 August 4 to 9, incluaive, the Oregon Short I.inle will sell excursion tickets to San Francisco and return, $5o; L.os An genes, $60. Tickets limited for return 6o days. Renmember, this is the shorte:t route Iby 500 miles. Rese.ve berths now. City Ticket Office, I'.S North MAin street, Butte, Mont. I. O. WILSON, General Agent. The Montana State School of Mine-' third year begins Tuesday, September g. aooa. For catalogues and terms addlress School of Minap, Butte, Montana. " NORTHI COAST LIMITED H4 Observation Cars Electric Lighted Steam Heated EUTTI3 SCIItI)ULE Arrive Depart North Coast Ltd. 1 pm 7 20 pm WESTBOUND. 7 10 pmI 720 pm North Coast Ltd. EASTBOUND. 50 am 4 N am Sleeper on this train open for re ception of passen gers at 9:3 p. IIa. No. ..-Froam all 10 55 am ..... points east ..... No. z4-To all poinlts cast ..... ...... 8 4 p No. 5-Fromai N. P. local points west of Hlillings, and all 13. and M. R. points, and to alu I 05 p I 15 p jpoiants west ..... P115 p m No. 6-From all points west andl to N. P. points to Billings and all B. and M. R. points ... 12 40 am 12 5 am Passengers for Norris and Pony and Alder branches leave Butte on No. 14, connecting at Whitehall and Sappington for branch line points. Passengers from these points connect at Sappigton and Whitehall, arriving at Butte on No. s. W. H. MERRIMAN, General Agent, Corner Park and Main streets. Pullman Dining and Library Car Route TO SALT LAKE DENVER. KANSAS CITY OMAHA CHICAGO ST. LOUIS end Ait Lastern Points Short Lioe to Colorado, Arizona and Mexico San Francisco, Los Angeles (Ocesa or Rail.) Fortlad And all Pacldo Coast Points. Depart.. a:o$ a. M.n 3:45 S. m., Arrive Depart *44:5o p, an. 4:40 p. m, .Arrive Ticket Off0lee,iO N. slln btreet Butte, Montana. K. O. WILSON, General Age. IThre will bIe a Initjiig. itc t stiolck hohhIerr of the North I'.acific I'lacer Miniig company, hhld at the cimpan ty' oflice, .'o W\ it Itio IaItay, n 'I'Thut iay. July :4, at 7:3n i. III., 'r tut lh '1l tiun oi . llict''4 and anly oIthi t 1,1iii iie ' tIhail lmaly col)lll up in the Intertest of the (hocholldersu. Ily order of the ipresihinit. J. ('IIAIVIN, Secretary. Economies (\VI INI S1lt\Y ) llackhe l , , I Im ,k l . ......... S wberf i, , .1 h,,k,t .......... ; Ili('i ( 9.r is ,. 7 hr,1t .. ........... t:;4 Syrup, Royal,)y N ,I I, . g. l t,, ......N.Sv , ll+.ss1" . , hoe i t- t(+ hl IItt l ..... ;n Ml u tu;sil , impol rtled, I' I j r.. . .... Sa;t unl, I poutnl ,ink. . can11 .... '.. I'e.1.4, imtl,14l I 4rncmllh, ca; ...... 2ac P'ickles, impnlll hed '. g,1l. jar..... 5rc Q(uart SIweet 'itkle. , ............. j c Catatlp, tPint bait .. .... .......... . c Flour, Rex, too ihs. S;,i l.... L. E~. COOK 331 East Park Street CRYSTAL SPRINGS Music Day and Night. Day time stage, round trip..... 25 tUjght o'clock stage, including bath and fare.................5oc (. LRNGLOIS, Prop. FISHING TACKLE SPORTING GOODS .....Best Quality at Low Price.... You Can Buy of Us The same lines a otiher d'alers sell At Exactly 25% Cheaper Try us. WVe gtuaranteet all goods. Fishing Tackle, a.Itseball (;oods, T"ennis, Golf, andl ill it andI Out Door Splorting (Gooul. You can not do better in New York. We have the goods anll the lowest prices. Montana Book Co. Corner Park and Academy Sts. New Clark Building MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY Are good days to go East on the Burlington Route. Other good days are Thursday, Fri day, Saturday and Sunday. Through trains to Kansas City with free reclining chair cars to St. Louis via Billings. Excellent service via St. Paul and via Denver as well. H. F. RUGER., AaIe, " a8 East Ursdway, uo*, UsA. H. i. LSEUR, Ceneral Agent, IIIIIng., Monl g Butte. Mont. o Capital...... Soo,ooo.oo0 S Under stte supervision. Five per 0 a cent Interest, payale quarterly, O paid on deposits. ° Money to Loan on 0 0 Real Estate 0 o P. AUG. HEINZE..K....Presleat o A. B. CLEMENT3........Cashier o0o 0000000000000000000 000000000 STATEASAVINGS BANK I 0 0 o 0 o John A. Creighton....... President 0 SG. W. Starletin.... Vice President o o T. I. l lodgnus ...........Cashba 0 0 J. 0. lodgens.... Assistant Cashier 0 0 R. B. Nuckolls...Assistant Cashier f( 0 a 0 0 0 tnder sat te su;ervisinn and 0 SJurlisdliction. Intetet paid on de- 0 oa poita. 0 0 Sells eechatge nvnilahlte in nil 0 o the principal cities of the United 0 States and Europe. Collvctions 0 o pIromlptly atltendled to. STrannrt general bnnking huslress. 0 o Di)lcctors: J. A. 'reighton, Otiia. 0 ha; G(. W. StapIl!tton, A. II. ltarret, O F. 1). Levitt., S. V. lINelIper, M. O. o lIo Ige:As, J. 1). Ilh'lgs. 0 O Corner Main and i'ark Stl., L'utte. 0 ) 0 000000000000000ooooooooooooooo000ooooo000oo0000 oooooooooooocoo00000000oooooooooo000 0 a The First National Banko o (tif Blutte. 0 0 0 0 0 O (IstabliAhllcl 17ty,) 0 0 Capital ....... - - 200,0)3.0) 0o (ilNIFAI. IUANKIN(i 0 0 a Dl)rafts drawn on all principal 'ities o 0 of the Waorll and I..tl l. of ('Iluit 0 0 issued. 0 0 AND'RI,:w J. I)AVIS.... 'resident 0 0 IAMES A TAI.lluT'll..Vice i'res. i0 . II. W I\'.I l(:K ..........('ullrr 0 SJ. S. )U1'i IN. Assistant (ashier 0 00000000000000000000o0000. 0000000000000000000000000000 0 0 o W. A. Clark. J. Ross Clark. 0 Ad 0 W. A. CLARK & BRO. 0 BANKERS 0 O Transact General Banking Iluslna ss0 0 Buy gold .ust, gold, hars, silver 0 o bullion and local securities. ' O Boxes for rent in safe deposit 0 0 vault. o 0 Sell exchange available Inl all of a O the lprilncipal cities of the United 0 0 States and Europe. 0 0 Special attention given to collee. 0 0 t(obs. 0 o A.LEX J. JOIINSTON, 0 Cashier. 0 0 0 00000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000 O DALY 0 O - BANKAND TRUST COMPANY o O' BUTTE 0 0 0 oa stablished 1882 Incorporated 1901 0 o Capital. . .$10.000.00 0 o , o General 0 o Banking Business c 0 0 O JOHN . I(YAN ...... President 0 o JOHN t. TOOL.E..Vice President 0 O C.C. SWINIIORNE.....Cashier o R. A. KUNKEL.....Asn't Cashier 0 O O oc0000000000o0000000000000 C. R. Leonard, Pres, T. R. Hinds, V.Pres, Fayetto Harrlngton, Cashier Silver Bow National Bank CAPITAL. 5100.000.00 This bank solicits accounts, offers prompt and careful attention to busiiesst of cue. tuners. Cullectionm pirompltly attended to and remitted for on day of collection. Sell foreign and domestic exchange, trans. act a genceral ;,Inking business, pay in terest on time delosits. I)irectors-C:hrlhs lR. leonard, F. Aug. Ilcinze, S. Marchesseau, A. Blalmforth, R. A. Louis, C. W. Newton, T. R. Hinds, John MacGinnis, Fayette lHarrington. How About Your Clothes? We call for your Suit, sponge it, preas it and deliver it, each week, at $a.oo ocr month. Cleaning and Dying, City Steam Dye Works, tot West Granite street. 'Phone, 8a6M. ALBERT IIARCLAY, Prop. NOTICE OF PORFEITURF. Butte, Montana. April 8, spas, To Thomas L. Porter, or Assigns You are hereby notified that I have expean ed during the year sgos, one hundred dollars fn labor and improvements rpon the Julian Lode claim, :ituates in Summit Valley mininlg district, Silver Bow count;, Montana. about 4' miles southeast of Butte City, Montana, of which tile declaratory statement is found of record on Page 76 of Book "D)" of lode claims in the office of the recorder of said county of Sliver Bow, in order tou ouu said claim under the laws of the United bates concerning annual labor upon mining claims, bring the amount required to hold sid lode for the period endiing on toe 3st day of Decemher, so. And i within ninety days after publics. tion hereof, you fail to contribute your pro. portion of said expeno.nure, as a co-owner by asyment thereof to me or to my agents, the E. Rickards Co., at Butte, Montana, your nterest in the claim will become the pronert of the subscriber, your co'owner, oy the provr, sions of said laws. MARY W. BISHOP.