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SEE THAT FIGHT?
WELL, THE NEXT BEST THING, IF
YOU CANNOT GO, 18 TO COME
UP TO GRANITE STREET.
CAMP OUT OPPOSITE
THE INTER MOUNTAIN.
A Big Screen Will Give the News of the
Big Go Hot From the Wire and the
Next Best Thing to Witnessing the
Contest Will Be to Hear How It Is
Round by Round-All Is Ready.
If you haven't got a telescope that will
permit an unobstructed view of the great
battle in progress this evening on Four
teenth street, San Francisco, do the next
best thing-conie up to Granite street
and look at the enormous picture that
the Inter Mountain will have to show
the fight by rounds.
Not in the \Vest is there another such
stereopticon a:pparatus for giving graphic
accounts of implortant news as that in
the Inter Mountain office. Within one
minute of the time of the uppercut landed
or dodged by Fitzsimmons or the ,oiler
mnaker you will kiow about it, if you get
a comfortable vantage poilnt on the south
side of Granite this evening during the:
progress of the fight.
Lively Interest Generally Taken.
There is no use in denying that the
public of Butte takes a lively interest in
boxing and in the big fights at home and
abroad. Mcit who have been decrying
gambling and pool selling were seen at
the ringside during the recent encountt
ers which were pulled off in the city :
the same nmen are now choosing their
favorites in the 'Frisco fight with all the
enthusiasm they would evince for warnm
personal friends.
Nothing hut JcffTries and Fitzsimunons
could lie heard in the hotel lobbies and
restaurants around town today. It would
be hard to dcscirbe the seutiment. Per
haps it would he safe to say that Butte
people would like to see Fitz win, hut
are anxious to put their money up on
Jeffries.
"I don't know either of them." said
one man, "hut somehow 1 feel disposed
to pull for Fitz. because he has 6o pounds
handicap in brawn and muscle to go up
again:;t."
In general the under dog sympathy
seems to go out pretty strongly to the
Australian.
"He is a much older man than the
ioilermaker and has put up many a good
game fight," said another, "so I want to
see him win. Yet if I had any money
on him, I'd call it velvet if I won."
Hot From the Wire.
All preparations for giving the puh
Ic of Butte the news hot from the wires
ave already been made. Down across
e front of the Barnard building opposite
the Inter Mountain office an immense
sheet will he spread. An operator sit
ting at an instrument specially placed for
the returns from the fight, will dictate
o the operator of the stereopticon, who
will inscribe on the plates for the machine
the words of the message.
Other establishments will get news of
the fight, but in no case can the returns
e given so quickly and fully as on the
nter Mountain's special bulletin.
Don't forget to have a curbstone re
perved for this evening. The first news of
the great mill will come soon after 9
o'clock.
"JEW JESS" AND LIZZIE
HALL PLEAD INNOCENCE
Trial Is Set for July 30-Something of
Crime-Decoyed Admirer to Room
and Attempted Robbery.
Jessie Lester and Lizzie Hall, the former
white and the latter black, pleaded not
guilty to a charge of grand larceny in De
partment No. III of the district court yes
Lerday and will he tried July 30. Miss
ester, who is also known as "Jew Jess,"
will be disposed of first.
Before taking up quarters in the county
sail the two lived in the proscribed district.
9ne day a man with more than $900 in his
side pocket paid them a visit and they
fobbed him while he was looking at them.
y firing a shot in their presence he got
toe money back and then had them arrested
r robbery, but it was thought the robbery
t arge would not stick and one of grand
'rcey was substituted.
We
Sell
Brooms
Not cheap, good-for-nothihng ones.
But of the first-class variety.
The kind that sweep clean when old.
The kind that are light to hapldle but
hard on dirt.
The kind that stand up to the work.
Get the dirt out of the corners.
If they don't, report 'emn to us. We'll
replace by one that will. There's our
Little tlidget
blade of selected broom corn, a regular
"dirt hustler ;"
costs...................40c
And tomorrow, with every one of
them sold we're going to give one of
these handy little handy broom-holders.
See them at store.
The "Leader,," No. r, is a faithful
"hard-worker" broom,
Costs...................25
And so on up the list.
We handle brushes, too.
Montana Cath irocery Co.
Where Particular People Trade
Cor. W. Park & Montana Sts. 'Phone 47
BURGLARS LIKE
UNTO BUSY BEES
ENTERPRISING GUM SHOE MEN GET
IN THEIR WORK THIS MORNING
AT TOWLE HOMESTEAD.
TAKE TOWLE'S TROUSERS
AND MRS. T'S TIMEPIECE
Pants Will Probably Be Deposited in
Some Convenient Ash Barrel, but
Ticker Is Gone for G~od--Glorious
Opportunity to Visit Jewelry Store
Overlooked by They of the Light Tread
Burglars and highwaymen got in their
work in Butte again at an early hour
this morning.
Some time after ta o'clock the house
occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Herman A.
Towle at No. sog South Excelsior avenue
was entered by a burglar, who got away
with Mrs. Towle's gold watch and chain
and Mr. Towle's trousers, in o.% of the
pockets of which was $ia in cash and
a bunch of keys. The watch had been
left on the bureau. Its intrinsic value was
about $5o, but it was a wedding present
to Mrs. Towle and was therefore prized
mlote highly by her. Nothing else in the
house was disturbed.
The trousers were taken from the house
and it is quite likely they will he found
itn some out-of-the-way place, for burglars,
as a rule, usually dispose of garments
the quickest way after transferring the
contents of the pockets to their own
rapacious maws.
Missed a Glorious Opportunity.
()ne of the keys in the bunch lit the
lock of the front door to the jewelry
store kept by Towle & \Vinterhalter at
No. 28 West Park street. Ilad the bur
glars known it the chances are they woult
have proceeded to the store and :.
tempted to rob it.
Mr. Towle reported the bturglary at po
lice headquarters about to o'clock and
Chief Reynolds and Special ()tlicer Mc
Gillic drove out to the house to make
an investigation and'cwleavor to find the
trousers belonging to Mr. Towlc.
Entrance to the house was effected
either by way of the bath-room window,
which was found unhooked, or the front
door, which was open when Mr. Towle
got up later on. Mr. Towle believes they
got in at the window and left by way
of the door. That the burglary was coin
mitted after 12 o'clock is evidenced by the
fact that the family did not retire until
after that hour.
MONTANA PILL ROLLERS
PLAN ANNUAL MEETING
Great High Mokkana, at Missoula, Issues
Order for State Pharmaceutical
Association Convention.
Montana pill rollers, professionally
known as the State Pharmaceutical asso
ciation, are making preparations for their
annual meeting which will lie held this
year in Butte. August za is the (late set
for the meeting.
J. Moody Doull, secretary of the asso
ciation, has sent out the following invita
tion in the tongue of the man of the pill:
"The great mogul at Missoula has spoken
and this is what he spake: In a loud and
boisterous voice, smelling strong of vac
cine virus and aqua fortis, hearken to the
mokkana of Missoula, great hight priest of
the Montana State Pharmaceutical asso
ciation. Be ye busy building bubbles to
bust on the dozen of August, 90go, being.
choose day, and Is written thus 8-1J. o.
I suggest that, should your meeting be but
slimly attended, that you read this notice
at the succeeding meeting, but not in the
same color of voice."
OFFICER OLDS SUSPENDED
FOR APPROPRIATING JUNK
Took for His Own Use Two Brass Plun
gers Which He Had Secured from
Twain of Thieves.
Clarence E. Olds, a patrolman on the
Butte police force, was suspended yester
day by Chief Reyuolds for appropriating
to his own use two brass pump plungers
captured by him from supposed thieves
about three months ago and never claimed
by the owners. Olds saw the men with
the property in Platinum street, and called
upon them to stop. They ran and he fired
a shot. They kept going, but left the
plungers behind. Olds captured the
plungers and took them to the city jail,
where they remained until a few days ago,
at which time he took them home. lie
thought that in view of the fact that no
one claimed them they belonged to him.
The chief quoted the law on the matter,
but Olds said he had consulted a lawyer
and the latter told him the property was
rightfully his, if no one else claimed it.
The law says unclaimed goods shall b,
kept a year, then sold and the proceeds
placed in the city treasury.
The chief demanded the return of the
property to the city hall, but O()his refused
to do it and the sutspension resulted. The
plungers are valued at about $28 as junk.
LUTHERANS ENJOY MUSICALE
Members of German Society Entertained
at Eagle's Hall.
Members of the German L.uther an so
ciety had a very enjoyable musicale and
entertainment at Eagles hall last evening.
The entertainment was arranged for the
fund started for the new church to be
built near the corner of Silver and ,Moi
tana streets.
The German Liedcrkranz Singing society
assisted in the program. A violin class,
under the direction of Professor H-leblays,
rendered several pleasing selections, the
players being: Misses L..ouise Nickel, Eva
Casey, Nellie O)'loeary, Edith Webster and
Lillie: White. Other selections were as fol
lows: Violin solo, Miss Edith Dillon;
hass solo, J. S. Thomas; recitation, Miss
Bauman; piano solo, Miss Ii. Recksick;
piano duet, Misses Hilda and. Dora Muct
zer; piano solo, Miss lHattie Seigz; piano
duct, Misses Sophia and olhanna Naese;
violin solo, Miss CarmichacL
Souvenirs with each dollar and over
spent, Mayer, 6. Weit Park. *
HIE 'EMTO SYLVAN
SHRADE AORESAID
WHEN THE GAVEL FALLS AND THE
MINING CONGRESS ADJOURNS,
WATCH THEM DUCK.
SCRIBES FROM THE EAST
TO JOIN IN GOOD TIME
The Session, Which Is to Be Held at
Hamilton.. the Rev. Miles Romney,
D. D., Presiding, Is for Prayer and
Praise Purely--Prayer for Another
Good Time and Praise for the Beer.
"I don't know of any more congenial
crowd for a bunch of mining men to mix
up with after the congress, when recreatioa
will look good to thems, than the Montana
Press association."
This is what Secretary Irwin Mahon of
the Mining congress thinks about it.
Five days will be consumes, in listenind
to the many fine papers and speeches by
eminent mineralogists and mining experts
from all over the world. The last meeting
will be on Friday, the rth of September,
and on the following morning-Saturday,
about oi o'clock-the Montana newspaper
mien with the Eastern pencil pushers at
lnding thie session as their guests, will take
the train for Ilamilton, the home of the
defunct codlijl moth. the ephemeral spotted
fever, and Miles Rumney, president of the
association.
Along with this conclave of taleint and
wind will go President Shafner and Secre
tary Mahon of the Mlinmng congress and
many of the visiting delegates who will be
anxious to see something of the agricul
tural and pastoral beauty of the state.
To Lounge in Luxury.
Ity the courtesy of the proprietors of the
beautiful Ravalli hotel, at Ilamilton, the
visitors will stretch their weary bones in
luxurious quarters during their stay at
ilamilton. Fishing in abundance is to be
had in and around the city, and there is no
doubt but that the newspaper men will
take advantage of the occasion to renew,
their wornout stories of past prowess in
the gentle art.
It is said that President Romney is pre
artistic and appropriate design. To all
an artistic and appropriate design. To all
who come from Butte to the meeting will
be given a string of green cucumbers; to
delegates from other parts of the state a
Bitter Root watermelon, with a high-ball
for a chaser. The chaser will not be sd
much in the nature of an anti-dote, for
Bitter Root melons are unsurpassed in old
Virginia, as to remind the recipients that
it is not a meeting for the abolition of
breweries and distilleries.
In Order to Waste No Time.
In order to facilitate the work of the
gathering and to enable the visitors tb
spend as much of the time as possible in
the shady nooks around iHatilton, the
meeting will begin on the train. President
Romney, who will come to Butte to chape
rone the gang, will call the bunch to order.
Secretary Walter Aitken of Livingston will
read the minutes of the last meeting and
the regular business will begin at once.
It is hoped that by the time the train
reaches the Bitter Root most of the mat
ters of vital importance will have been dis
posed of and the newslhonngers of Montana
will be ready to begin active operations on
the Rialto.
B'LIND MAN MAKES MAD
DASH FOR HIS LIBERTY
Succeeds in Groping His Way Block and
a Half Before Heartless Myrmidons
of the Law Run Him Down.
It is not often that a blind man makes
a dash for liberty, but occasionally there is
found one with sufficient nerve to do such
a thing. Alfred Roach has no vision.
Yesterday he was in custody in the court
room of Judge l.ibby at Meaderville, and
he undertook to escape from captivity in
the face of all difficulties.
lie and Fred Johnson, his attendant, a
young mnan with good eyesight, were under
arrest for begging on the Meadervillq
streets and then wasting the receipts of the
business in "booze."
Roach asked permission to step out of
court, and it was granted. Johnson went
with him as his guide, and immediately
took to his heels. The town took after
Johnson, and then the blind man, thou:
eyeless, saw a good chance to escape also
as he evidently thought.
Hle hurried as fast as he con . and had
got a block or a block and a half away be
fore he was overhauled. Johnson was
captured after a hard chase and both were
brought into the county jail to await trial,
Monday.
SOCIALISTS TO, HOLD
CONVENTION TONIGHT
Delegates Are to Bo Selected for the
Big State Meeting at Bozeman
List to Be Voted Upon.
Socialists are to meet to night at the
Business college hall in the ()wsley build.
ing to select delegates to the state conven
tion at Bozeman next month. At the
primaries held last night the delegates
nominated at the caucus were elected.
Each voter filed his name and address, but
ward distinctions were ignored.
According to the apportionment ma;de b/
the centlral committee, Silver Bow county
will lie entitled to 36 seats in the coming
convenltioin.
The socialist party inl this state is the
same that had a presidential ticket with
1.. V. D)ebs as nominee in the last cam
paign, the name having been changed front
social democrat to socialist by the nationa!
convention alout a year ago.
The caucus in the absence of precinct
divisions, entmlraced the whole of the
county and was very well attended. County
Chairman I'. J. Cooney called the meeting
to order and William Bowden was elected
secretary. Trhe following list was elected
the caucus noiminees to bIe voted on at the
primaries tomorrow night, to compose the
36 delegates to, the county convention:
J. F. Smith, Adolf IHolst, J. F. Fox,
Maurice Arons, W. II. Ilolden, (;Gorge
(;lcrson, I.. A. V'nli Horne, P'. J. Coouoey,
William Dlowden, 0. M. ilogsctt, J. Soe
gel, \Villiamn Braemer, W. I. Pierce, Jatumes
No More Dread of the Dental Chair.
New York Dental Parlors
Permainently Located In Butte. Employ Modern
Methode Modern Appliances and Modern Men.
The New York Dentists Do the Largest Dena
tal Business in Rmerica.
Be Sure You Are in Our Office. Over Symons'. Opposite Postoffiko.
Tceth extracted and filled absolutely without pain by our late scientific meth
'ds. No sleep-producing agents or ccaline. These are the only Dental Parlors in
Butte that have the patent appliancesr and Ingredients to extract, fill and apply gold
crowns and porcelain crowns, undetactablu frnom natural teeth, c.nd warranted for
ten years, without the least particle of pain. Gold crowns and teeth without
olates, gold filling and all other dentalt work done painlessly and by specialists.
Gold Filling.... $1.00 Gold erowns... $5.00
Silver Pilling.....50c Bridge Work.... $5.00
Full Set Teeth.......................... $5.00
A Protectlve Guarantee Given With All
Work for Ten Years.
We will make a specialty of gold crown and bridge work; the most bIcutiful,
painless and durable of all dental work known to the profession. Our name alone
will be a guarantee that your work will be of the best. We have a special.ist in
each department. Best operators, best gold workmen and extractors of teeth; in
fact, all the staff are inventors of riodern d-:rtistry. We will tell you in advance
exactly what your work will cost, by free examinatlion. Give us a call and you
will find we do exactly as we advertisc.
New York Dental Parlors
80 W. Park, Over Symons' Dry Goods Store, Butte, Montana
Hours--8.30 a. m. to 9 p. m.a Sundays, 10 to 4
Swee.ley, H enry Smith, Anthony Ament,
Paul I. (reen, John I.. l.arson, Jean Louis
JacyIlts, \William (;r:anow, 1'. J. Quirk,
('h.'trcs Jacobson, Ilermnan Fure, John
1rice, I lcnry l'reggetmian, J.ephl Shafer,
Clarence EI. Smith, l)r. John ('alder, J. G.
1l lerst, llenry Sager, Pat Blrogan, RIobcrt
Ihierschl, Thomas Harry, Arthur JacljUes,
W. II. Myers and liernan llrandt.
TAKE AN OUTING.
Northern Pacific railway will run two
cx.r, ...ins to lozcinan Sunday, July
l7, leaving llutte at 7 :oo and 7 :jo a. inm.
from Montana Union depot. Fare for the
round trip, $2.oo. Children, $1.oo. Tick
*,t, will be on sale at N. 1'. city nflice,
corner Park and Main streets, Saturdla;,
July 26, also at depot the following mIorn.
ing. Get away from sand and barrenness
fu,r a day and make yourself happy.
HURRYING TO DENVER.
Burlington Route Now Offers Fastest
Service Butte to Denver.
Leave Butte, 12:50 a. In. today.
Arrive Denver, 8 :oo a. in. tomorrow.
II. F. Ruger who sells hundreds of
.tickets via the Burlington route, says you
NORTH COAST LIMITED
Observation Cars
Electric Lighted
Steam Heated
BUTTE SCHEDULE
Arrive Depart
North Coast Ltd. I I0 P 7 20
WESTUOUND. p 20 p
North Coast Ltd.
EASTBOUND. 350 am 4 O am
Sleeper on this
train open for re
ception of passen
gers at 9:3o p. m.
No. r3-Frotn all 11 55 am.
points east .....
No. 14-To all
loints east ........ ... ...8 p m
No. 5-From N. P.
local points west
of Ilillings, and
all IB. and M. R.
points, and to all 105 pm I p m
p'oilts west .... 05p I p
No. 6--Fromnt all
points west and
to N. P. points
to Billings and
all II. and M. R.
,,oits .12 40 am 12 50 a.
Passengers for Norris and Pony and
Alder branches leave Butte on No. +4,
connecting at Whitehall and Sappington
for branch line points. Passengers from
these points connect at Sappington and
Whitehall, arriving at Butte on No. 5.
W. II. ME..rRIMAN,
General Agent,
Corner Park and Main streets.
Pullman Dining and
Library Car Route
TO
SALT LAKE DENVER
KANSAS CITY OMAHA
CHICAGO ST. LOUIS
avid .ll *aLtern Polnts
Short Lnme to
Colorado, Arizona and Mexico
Su Francisco, Los kagele
(Ocean or Rail.)
Portland
And all Pacific Coast Points.
)Depart.. 2:05 a. n. 1 2:45 a. mn..Arrive
Depart . 4:50 p. m. 1 4:40 p. mn..Arrive
Ticket Office, 105 N. Main street
Butte, Montana,
H. 0. WIL9ONI General Agt.
lluit e and Itenver is allotl Itr excellent.
'1 iickets at .15 EIlat Ih o.. lw.y, Ilutte, u
The Montana State School of Mines'
third year begins Tuesday., Septemlber 9.
aou-.. For eatalogues and tefims address
Schouol of Minet. Butte, Multana. "
'C)FFEII'l is tmuch comllainedll of in
that inferior gladles arc lting s.,l inlidr
high sounding na:.es ut la ge priccs.
fly a special pltrhase I ant al ' to, ifer
plain old O)riental M. and J., soil else
where at .loc :nd 511i per tpol,, ,it the
low figulre of -.Sc.
TlEA is another article fIetlentlly
soli at fahlblous pricey thrlough vl.ah,
l';le llisrepresentr tiall nr l sary in
busineitss of the lalrge expen . . ;'5i tli
elsewhere we easily sell. at 6-,c bI
reason of nlo fosses by credits or hanl
bills.
Santa ( 'l;is Soapl, plrobably tile l'.st
mnlade, anll lirge, full sire lilrs, "5 for
$r.no is rhap onsidelcringl that ithers
are selling the smaller site., sol by
reason of great Cexpensel. ill bIusinesls.
Old Potatoes, better thanl iew ones,
So pounds 6ne.
L. Es. COOK
331 last Park Street
CRYSTAL SPRINGS
Music Day and Night.
Day time stage, round trip ..... 5
Ujght o'clock stage, including
bath and fare .................Soc
C. LRNGLOIS, Prop.
FISHlIN6 TACKLE
SPORTING GOODS
.....Best Quality at Low Prce...
You Can Buy of Us
'he samlle lines as other dealers sell
At Exactly 25% Cheaper
'Try us. We gularantele all goods.
Fishing Tackle, Baseball Goods,
Tennis, Golf, and ill In and Out
Door Sporting (;Goods. You can not
do better in New York. We have
the goods and 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 Uliver as well.
H. P. RUCER, leaet, -
b Eas t roadwav, But. Meoral.
- H. . IIOUR, Cenerat Agent
IlIIllngs, Mont.
]utte, ont,
Capital...... Sloo,ooo,o
00 t~ader , supervision. Five per
ca t 1 ter t. paysale quarterly,
8 paid on deposits.
o Money to Loan on o
o Real Estate O
SF. AUG. IIEINZR .....Preallent
o A. B. CLEMENTS ........Cashier 0
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° STAT SAVINGS BANK
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o John A. Creztiton..r.....President
o G. W. Staplet,n .... Vice President a
o T. 11. iledgens.............Cashire
* J. 0. lodgens.... Assistant Cashier -
o R. B. Nuckolle...Assistant Cashier U
0
o Vtndq stste sutervision and
o jurisdiction. luterest paid on do. 0
o posits. O
0 Sells exchas'ge vaila,,te in all 0
the principal cities of the United 0
0o talte and i Eurppe. Collections 0
o omptly atteded too
o0 ransact general banking usi res., a
8 IViecturs: J. A. Creighton, Onts- 0
S he; Gl. .v Stapeton. A. It. HBa:ret.
a E D. l.cvi.tt . V. Kcuper, T. M.
lo it lge.s . J. O. Hodgens.
o Corner Main aid IP'tk Sts., rutte.
0 0
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o The First National Bank o
a0 Of Busttc.
0O (Estallishel a979.) 0
o Capital - - ...... O $200,0eI
o (IiNI:NRAI. UANKIN(i
0 0
0 Drafts dslar on all principal itic 0
0 of the World anud I.*'tel of Credit
0 issued.
0 ANDRi:\V J. I)AVIS.... residcnt
o IAMES A TALtI)lTT..Vice Pres.0
o E. It. \VIIRICK.......... Cashicr 0
0 J. S. I)LUTTON.. Asistant Cashier
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0 W. A. Clark. J. Ross Clark. '
W. A. CLARK & BRO.
o BANKERS
0
o Transact General 1nklnu Rlusln.assJ
0 Buy gold dust, gold bars, silver
0 bullion and local securities.
o Boxes for rent in safe deposit 0
o vault.
o Sell exhonge available In all of
o the prianci a cities of the United
0 States and Europe.
0 Special attention given to collea
o tions.
0 ALEX. . JOHINSTON, 0
0 Cashier.
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BANK AND TRUST
0 COMPANY
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o0 IstaMlslhef 188 IaeorporatdJ 1931 Q
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o Capltal... $100.000.00
0o General
o Baenking Business g
o
SJOHN D. kYAN........President
0 JOHN R. TOOLE.. Vice President
C. C. SWINBORNE......Cashier
a i. A. KUNKEL.....aau't Cashier a
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C. R. Loonard. Pres. T. R. Hinds. V.Pros
Fayetto Harrlngton, Cashier
Silver Bow National Bank
CAPITAL. $100,000.00
This bank solicits accounts, offers prompt
and careful attention to business of cus
toamers. Collections promptly attended to
and remitted for on day of collection.
Sell foreign anmd domestic exchange, trans.
act a general br.nking business, pay in.
terest on time deposits.
Directors-Charles R. Leonard, F. Aug.
Hfeinze, S. Marchesseau, A. Baihnfortb,
R. A. Louis, C. W. Newton, T. R. Hinds,
John MacGinnis, Fayette Harrington.
low About Your Clothes?
We call for your Suit, sponge it, press
it and deliver it, each week, at Sa.oo
ner month. Cleaning and Dying, City
Steam Dye Works, loz West Granite
street. 'Phone, 826M.
ALBERT BARCLAY, Prop.
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.
Butte, Montana. Atpril 8, zmt
To Thomas L. Porter, or A&salntr
You are d hereby mole d that I have expenr
ad during the year 0gol, one hundred dollgar
in labor and improvemenus upoa the ullaI
cl ai81m. situatei to Sblmit Vthw ny o
distrit, titiver Bow eul MaY s
41A miles southeast of tte City, Monta,
hiSoh the deelaratorg statement is fo
record on Plgs . of BoOk "D" of delaod
in the erite o recorder of alsd county
Silver Bow, in orde.to ruid said ylalt
the Ilwb of t Unlited Sates conern
annual abor rucn minin g aiaa, being t
amou t rqulred to bold .old ilde for t .
ge a,~ toR AI? tIs' Iatdy of Degss
tp.ot, AnyU. t uaf.tnd e.p ralar, puobh
ftn hereof, you a.I to contriUte yo fp
portion of said expenditure, as & o.0o r
sy e thereol to me or sIt t a 1
E. Riclards Co.. at Butts, 1ont{ .
Intersat in the claim will becomei ti.h
of the subscriber, your o owner, byth
sions of said. laws.
MARY W. BISHOP. i

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