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CAME OF FAN TAN ' HIRTEEN SITTING AROUND FESTIVE BOARD WHEN OFFICERS ENTER AND CONFISCATE COIN. BAGS OF MONEY FALL INTO HANDS OF POLICE C!-.inese Ae Transferrcd to Jail, Where They Continue the Play in Scical In dctffernce--Shitk t.cctiial Who Es caped at Time of Raid Is Recnornized in Cou t and Placed Behind Ba s. ( urtolr thrhli ill the ,'~ . .ll jail now )hort . u" v.. ('hinlt wun. ~m 1 Il ' hinlk, alrre 71n f r , iln t";Itll t,,l ., thl' la~ 0 lh lit}i : E i et th;,t r,. I- thit w i, n i;ul' far. , T he 11h,1:, u ," t , i,ii t;; , n .itc Sn liow N it, Ah Iii. I I'nt, In I . lhtCm , hing Ling SoI. T hey w ,r, 1, I ,l,.n I,, l. , ,l, l in a ;,rne of i;,n ' t li. t 1 il:,it I, l ( l 0 -:.1b1 S <i Is p ri''t ' . .Il A i' .i ,i t ~ I,],i , , o f I i u t 'i t in ( 11:11:1 . h111 . '1 h . , ,;- ,i.,t I,] , ;,, , ,=t t1 l ,.,l t:lrll, th e 1 ('hin;itln n. bit ? ,t I, ; .1"1 itL i n+,n y, h.h ch. t I Ilu n ili, llt. it 1 ith. ()III-. Iiar u nimiwy tt , 11 ,41 e4 Ired,1 b( y ti ll. I, : I I :lll ' 1 t It 4 .it i r 'a al t tl tliii r;tll git ti iii L4 inl Inn fallwk fori ;i]t, ti, V',it. ilil tiit,,Iii tiy l ll il . , I ll+' ,, t thie th'm muil h lkilt it atl.o bt.i c they c t h irten ht;,,,l n T it. 'fillH r;id ta% l at ablut i o'clock tir.ly Iby .urpri c. "h.a:n;I I (l C ,srave ,p1 tlta1l1 tIh I p . n.' ;I w.l 'k ,I t ~4 a;1, , a Ind wh1hn, the ll n i.' i i r . i'g, i nt full s. ingi 1l'it 1ii. iih th y t I'v h lily ;iii I , i tp d at theI do,,, mi l -I..,i l li o the l, . y'rs.. Thirteen Around the Table. O t I ' r' m;ll Ie fur til the oII'n y ,,n the ta h lit l 'I h,,i It.mI k . l t .i Cl hild 't . 11I l rt e w t hIr t I v i i ..n 'n a t tii t : i'n anu di i ,n Alty w:t l ; lvI '' i ih i 1itbi. he111 inta t he P tht rc was tCtii I lat itt llu. tlia i. y, i llt t hl a hi-n tu ' t ttill thle. t'll, iiI' l t .r,1 ti r. cll''.i. 4 I t. 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()t,' IIth uth'r ftr , r. cautllt there. ] ; i t 1'i ( ;i e tip t o lt . , c u t l t y j a il a f tl r t h e ir t ;,r t e .t . e i, hi nll y , 'ls p r ' hlin i n e o n th . thi lry th at h " w ',iith l i n t te rtco g n ii , .(, i iti ] , ii a , H i l 't i t us] 1 i i, ' 1 4. , 1 p u t i lt j a il t\ilh till, rt 't. ) h ' emner int 4. the ".1, rift", nilt,,. loo1kinu., vtiv inni..c nit bi t thll ul iwl l, recotniiic' h ii m , a n ,l I ' , . - r o v c s a i l : " l o. tl t ,, l I hr t r e , to ,, 'utt yellow cro,,k. 'llithr v him ili, " W 1h1 : Il ,r ? '11 r h 'l l ',' ' r n i , ,h e t i ,n ," ] 'i < 1 , c h;ar c 4l, hi t th e b l l ' wy a s, c a ll c.l. All the hicnks are charme tid w till br'ak int + thil :Inti vam bling s ,atuttl . ( t' pl.iinl s H ill be fihl 'l aIg.,inst them itu l.y r I ,i' ior tOW. THE IMPUDENCE OF ROSY ASTOUNDS JUDGE BOYLE Cares No More for His Honor Than for an Ordinary Officer-So Rosy Is Handed a Fine for Ten. Iose Iii ahl)'. inp. Ih nee to s t.nt of the hor into trouLb lat iglht. Rose is the w.ifc ,f Thorn., I It , y, v, hM wias ,t iit to the p] llitentll ity l;:-t fall to sol ¢v a tr111s flo ste'; lln, ;a ft( \ thollull ;uul cigar;tli. She( tl h Sit ce lit a ;way whithl the poli~ t' I tpa tnl i i t ll I' uill t Inlllici , ;i i have failed. It ils 'ig i1 thai t II v, ry timi an officer pa:il st her, h"i'i thilows, t hilnt a large chunk of sGen men's Drivin t ofC fe l i. Liast i.hlit tshe lIm hl i a bit ,,f ch c hil h ,ili 'tliing e at o , . ro, i l u hi rtici. ntC Ii it by takintt' her to it . li ty i jail. r lut th poo 'ic court t L 'i trni , -l 1 Th' i p ghely t ll IPrlitedl buty ';ich l t Iun t f 1 e Hiti jilir f lt\V .'h. . f,,. t. ill rtmniig her out of the city. Juge Boyle t:Dk, id to hler lik, a Tutch uncle, but she , ,fly ,milhd . ll diilpihyed it disl o-ition which dtlmonstr:,td to Mr. joyle that sh., had no more uc for hint than a policcui;; . 'I hln he Goud her $to fisr a-limi ti ig lhi' wa, s.h;at the arrctinh ofhetr stilI shc i s. anial sient.1iY to b;;ll pIndling its 'aynwnt~l. Meeting of Gentlemen's Driving Club. There sill bl- a mneeting of the titnth nun's l)risin.. club it the olices of \V. Ii. Ilamilton, in the Miner buihling, on TVWntle.sday evoting. Atugust 6th, at 8 p. hi., for lilt purpose of arrang~ing racing card for ,urnnlay, Aualst loth. All menmbrs are reqlut sti'd. to le present. Jt'ILIt'S E. SMIT'HI, .tt,' tar y. St. Louis 'BEERS The Highest Priced but the Beot Quality. o oil MISSOURI GIANTESS IS ALSO A WOMAN '111-re was n guild of indil ) .'naiir(,tOl I)I the (;I(- o Mi, s Lla Ivnitig, the' .lisourr wvus aniy l h.i iity 'if :1 unioni hcci,' Wei ier altliI dlii jul leati ii' the Nortllierii MI, large as tn oT III·illlllll(-d feat l (hi of Ille or-. diiiary famiiiiy, iiiec is rujilli for consid-i t iahiti imigniiiiii n o' il it. Ii siii! her I, ir l arili or limii. S'ICi 1.1 , l ie coul d touch the jointl of hecr elb~ow. MISS ELLA EWING, 11 it' . :. . Per sons. (CIasl:ilv she r.airh hl il lip T i1r h i 'iii ' I pIla;ic her pau us oI n tilhe ( li it: of thII When she i lilpiic csl of hi a r lp, oidt-iiros es lciu lh in a ch;ur, an4 took a position ef I ,p o, ,, sil l d id n o t lo o k i t a l;l cIf.l, i S i , i.c.1 I ', i Ui i lt d \. i c , l thai t s1 ll l. s litke the I cl ho u t1, , ."ll . ;i il a ,vtwe annl a's -hl h nns i tl.d iatIurcdly uponli, her t iitor, I ill <( nili l 1i(11p lb livintnl that shet is hlappy ill tillh appr;il citlll in f hi, r ima)igniltu .e. A Giantess and a Woman. "lh1.r,1 is nto ,tu,' tion hill .M iss h'tiinr. is a gianilt( ". That lh, is a ta llunl ln ,;1 il a "1 wish lyou \KiiI cirrclt the h story in tlihe illlrnllil! papi r Ihail I all ,.5 ).;l'ars of ;age. I j t . I :r\\tiis only ( I ', ii po d wihen I wiias born" ( puny bables will plha;. take loion() "and raintoit, d the orihllnay sil ullntil I w ,as cip-ht yen', s (,hi." Fathecr \ho :a.cmpanie.Ili her and \\who, by PUBLIC MEETINGS TO BE TABOOED ON PROPOSED VISIT TO ST. LOUIS THE PRESIDENT DOLS NOT MEAN TO MLLT EVERYBODY. I u lill. li t i ,l l l in ll .1 S 1. I..,11i , \11:t -ig t (, ? t ; I li illl'il t O f Ithe etilllllllillu t on i ll\'llli nl nd 'lnt r t;illnin of the, Iu ;Ii , 1 n.l 'll li l, hi li h! \I ii n, laiy niit rn i ill the, h , a hl l rt clt t1 t eh Ic pul in tillhII . t i t iltl h cilub huildinp, pIi.s ui t e. .1 , u.n e (d for the, ('n c t Iili i' lo l 't ,.iu ii t ' 'ou v iilt, i h l , ill lyo vii li thlit h lt . 1 'r1 of the, ci'iy of l L t. Leai, for "nI l.d yh, ;bout October t ii i i l r ' lit. 11l sLi tt ll . l i t' a ilst ill " l lIi iiu t " llliL t hu ll-c. L (i Icltillsr It dl II n .Knigie hts of Pytin, iAttention. h tcr lulgus i'ret r .ictit-teu i Iii u' t aut Iyi)llliillt \\ill hrccik siit at ihl, Sc. I.o i, club in pri Vastle, 'ntr hilliy l h ill beii, i. i ull it the \\ r-l's Fahir site. .\ftler a ,lnict luhn hb,'n it is Irupuq. ,d to lik , 11hh1l iti ' ;i,14 at trip il t u lthe i\ n . al ed of r tie afterloo l lh l i cllhr ( Co liln i o llncks or I.lenn'ssro IlI rrackr Itas rceipsecl thatu ther of suiI s im 1 n'e fr tthose wilt ll ( r hit 0 o'chk ,lidinn.r. "l i u p llic will haven Oppounilllly to 1,;ur an'l i .,c the pre!id nti ill the Saltis i hke coan e ptior ailel it is to itakc an achires. It is hclih.\ d that he is disinclhind to a public receptio n cid pilofr3 hall-i1shaking. Knights of Pythian, Attention. All nc:nmcrs of lvanhme lodge url sis turger lodgtl re requested tha t lrother' itlks' will altle ahusday aftrnofit theon a a, Augu possi 7le. h, at I :,o to attend the ftuceral of our late brother, R. F. Turner. 1). A. T"I' 1), O Chancellor Conlniander. Elks, Attention, Hlennessy's big store has received a num ber of suits made fur those who will at tenid the Salt Lake convention and it is urgently requested that brother" Elks' will call and fit them on as early as possible. o the way, is n trifle over f, feet 2 inches hinseif. Miss Ewing is descelnded from that strain which the Ili,1. John i:innerty terms hybrid- Scotch -Irish --ut her uncestors have inhabited the rural districts of Ken tacky antd Virginia for more than two gen ( iat in1 . She speaks of "filling an elltngenent" with itrnumn's and ItulTfa I Bill's, as Ilantche Walsh woutl speitak of starring the \est alone. That sihe has met many of the most f;uinut peopei in the world she con biders anlother distinction. Tallest on Record. "I amit the tiilest pIrson to' whmn there is any authentic record," said Miss Ewing, Ia h, (' r,'at']li'] 11) :sIh] ';l a ti TCr~1 ;I c a fly that Wr'i do(Iing gyllllna;ltic Stunt oil tlhe Cil Ilt,. "'o lonel ('ooper, the English uiant, was In xt to lle, burt II :he Iw s Ionly 8 feet . in hIs. As for I la' ne Allah, theilt Fgyp tian i iait," Laid she, "he just quit whent h ' saw me. lhe lay down in (oie ant] .11id dlilt llon's I ltseumt illn (hicago; , and cried wh ie I llappeart d." .Mis I.is i i g cvidlcntly diil not consider tha.t Ilea plrc, the halu hl'rd Indian, was in her t aiss socially, for she ,poke of himt as i i nferior kind of a giatt. That he should have the tImllrity even to lpopose, was out of the question. Asked if othirs lhd plroposed, Miss l-wing suiled until her mouth looked like tihe slot in a street mail box. Site made no further referenclle to her hive allfirs, hit left it to the imtlgination of her via itor. If her heart is as big as her lhand, lihttervr, t there is c'llt;tainly room for lots o1 love above h r diaphragml. CONTRACT AWARDED FOR LIBERAL ARTS BIG EXPOSITION BUILDING IS TO BE COMPLETED APRIL 1-GOLD DOL LARS AT A PREMIUM, [ie -i tltl I tl t ' rule St. Louis, August (- I it contract for the lihti'al arts Iuihlilg h;, l t awarded by lilte Louisiana I 'uI rhiil l lI;t posilionl copll anly fur " ; i,0 0,o. The imuihllng 11m1st lie t'omi pleted Iby .\pill . I, ,I, ill timelll for the dediict;ulny e\xtcI'e's f the sexplui ItlUests iare riet iveid frol i all :arts of th, countr'y flir ,1 1n1111,(r (Ijf lhl( $2;0,000L hi ll d llar t.i ti li struck tII 11 ' the Inited Stoilc, g~\, rull, li i i in om11illnnltli.llr of Ith Lo.iii ltin t hir-h lt-e i't\ii il i(Ion 'I h tv ' lre to Inc pa rt If thi e $f ,0 (,0,0 0 0 IIIlppro liitiotn m lll lait' I ile. it i go ctlrt t il l 'ld r Ih, lIoo in s aid of tie eipu siionlt . It is expl vte,l that the first -.on coins i--o l w ill h i illliitrcitil ;ind th;,t a cer ti iuiti of the tr iiitiry deplartiinl t will ,e mp r mlp lV ca1 h coin, statingl h th. order o[ it. ulitiv!,. Th, f y will ,be ssc l tIn the hii .i t bhhier. I he other coins w ill hi sihl for $2 each. The pIr,,nhino oni th' clntirt, issuii will Ise ht vot( , t tthe can trallll oll t hilt' sit,. I" Ih it t pott sitilon of heroic statttes of Thtma Jefferston,. lwho siugnedl the treaty by which the 'nitcd StItes gc(vernment ac ,uiired ILouisiana territory, IandIi W illiam: il Kinl-.,y, who signed the hill for gov o''lllm'lt 1a:rticipatie n anfrd si lervisioln of event. The h siign for the souvenir dollar is Inow the sbljclt of torresliondeince between the treasury tdepartment and the exposi tion authcrities. Duke Breaks Engagement, [BY A St'IAf-.I t'Iru, s.] Mtttich, Bavaria, Atugust 6.--The he trothal of Archduchess Marie Annonciade of Asturia and Duke Siegfriet of Bavaria, which was announced from Vienna June I5, has been broken off by mutual consent. HORN THINKS HE IS OUT FISHING HAS STRONG-BOX AT JAIL FULL OF FINE SPECKLED TROUT, ALL CAUGHT ON FLOOR. JOHN HAS BAD CASE OF "JEMMIES," POLICE SAY Fished Along Until He Had 400 of the Finnies in His Net and Then Struck at Octopus, Which Put Him Out of the Business-Wouldn't Use Broad Crumbs, but Had to Have Flies. I. ha H,rin ch:irged with insanity, is g; tlirg iin the biox car at the colnty jail. Hloii was arrsted andand Ibrought in this ninrtgii. lie 'cerss to h;,ve a baI case of aI,erratiotl i the Illid. 11, is a laiorinlg iman andil was pickktl up oil the str(.ret talking to hims,,li and act il.u i il y. There w-, .i ,lente in hii s al,.,i aratie that he had 1lien drinkinr¢i . lint it cuhtl not he determined whelthr his Ii, e m litiin was just one of ct u i.,i d ::iimai n trt inis or ilu;saity. I li'-i hl hats or indiecItd insa.iity. ,' h siii Ioked iii on ithi t char--. Ii 0 i%%o p.o ii the box car to prevent hirm tro tiiriing things up in the mait jail. As. slir s .l l e was put in the iron boli , I lti-iuni to talk very loudly to himself in one irillr of the c, ll. Ran Imahginary Elevator. Ill talk vwas very incoherent, but lihe iloitd to lhe rultlitig aI n ll evator for awhile'. "ihird floor, fourth floor, fiifth floor, lie k( lt saying. lTlin he forgot about the elevator aiil bgan to fish, ill his niiid. lie walkted ,up to the ihdoiior of tlhe cell aind cornil:iid ed the trusties who wire lsweeping uptill the jail to hand himn in sonl flies. "hand me in about a dozen f;t flit. tilsites," lie saul. "Thiey'll imake ti 1 l . The fishiig is good here. I'll ciatlh imor trtl hlere thian iu ever saw. "I se Lriadl iruisihi )iyoi've grot plltr, of them in ithere," the trustic, tl.a him. Disdained Bread Crumbs. Piitt l did not want lirail crumbs; he iantel Ilis and lie inisioteld tonl haiv ing titnil. S.a.llt hlly cauiitht a ily for hirii, iil lhe putil it oni ail itilaginiary hook aiI In i eg i to tish. Ile cutght all kitda of fish li lut trout were his favorites. IeI hali the ,ell full of trout in aibout i tillilute,. li had one of his shirts twi~tld into a role and that served him as a lih ., and lie dragged it all arouniiiid the cell with n"e cnd on thile floor. \\' litnever lie got a hite, he flipped the odl of the shirt over his shoulder and landed the fish high and dry. After lie had caught about 400 fish and was about to iltit fishinir for a day, a devil f1=th got hI hl of his line aii L1e gi.n pullitng himnt into the water alnd he y Ildil that lie was Ihing runtirdered. Th' trusties threw hin a life-line and saved him from the octopus, for which hie was very gratefuil. After that lie began jailering to him self tg:iln and rtunning the elevator. and he was left engaged in that tmllployllntet. MARY MURPHY DENIES SHE TOOK HIS TICKER Jack Henry Fails to Appear for Prosecu tion, So the City Will Take the Timepiece, Mary .Murphy was arrested yesterday on a charge of robbing Jack lenry of some inn ', y, but b;lfore prosecuting her Judge IBoyle \oill make a;n investigation of the: ca'>'. It is the woman's first appearance in te ;arell of legal jurisprudence. IIe' ry c'aimns that the woman robbed hlin ,,f $.a8 two -lays ago, b)ut she says she(. l l noIt do it. In order to insure henry', presece in court this morning, the ja.ler re muired him to give a bIond at the time the arrest was made. lie had no i illey, I ut a fine gold watch ticked ,ilt the lceing secoidls in his pocket. h1a .aut u: the watch in lieu of cash, but w..lI the case was called this morning hl was noaat on ha;ndl. If he fails to appear at the next call he will by out one watch and the woma:n waill be out of jail. GIVE TWENTY-SEVEN PERMITS People Who Took Them Out Will Spend Just $29,790 on Buildings. 'I'wcrnty-seven building andl improvement h Ia an:t were issued bIy the 1building in aa, attr during July. 'The total amounttof iin. :, ' y which those who took theml out in tt n, to sel)nd is $2),70oo. The individual stnt ;and those to whom the permits were is.--. d are as follows: I'. A. JQutasnel. $25o: Jerry Mullins, $' 5' ;: Frank Cash. $I,ot. : Julia N. Sha, ly. $5a0; F. A. Erickson, $5 ; William (,u .I, y $6,o; Charles Mcl)onalal, $2,000 ; J. "'. I 'ans. $50; R. G. \'rooam, $1,5oo; :iiattin & Clifford, $75; ';:. A. Morlcy, $ .','; hiva C. O)tis, $1,.ao; \V. K. Foote, $1 .a ; Joseph Ma. Rosowials, $5,oo ; S. Sl;atr, $4a0a; C. M. Clark, $400; Matt 'Th"'lMson, $75; Jerry Sullivan, $30o0; Me \lalhlan & Charles, $350; Anna lloff man: $5 ; D)aniel P. Wortman, $2,00oo ; R. l'rhoae, $1,000; II. Godin, $1,5o00; II. 11. Samith. $0a,; G. J. mtarks, $35, and Butte Lh h l ,tcring COmpiany, $50, MORRIS & CO'S PALACESETS UNLIKE THE OTHERS The full flavor, the delicious quality, the absolute purity of MORRIS & C '(.'S ICE CREAM distinguish it from all others. No adulteration with flour, starch or gelatine. Nothing but pure crealm, sugar and flavoring. ()Our vanilla and nut caramels are recat sellers also. They are made fresh in our factory every day. A box of assorted chocolates, bon-bons and crystalized fruit will be sure to please you. We have fresh cakes every day, 63 W. Park. Phone 75 All goods delivered promptly, free of charge, Calls the attention of the men of Butte to three first class articles which we are now closing out at extraor. dinary values. Negligee Shirts for $1.00 Each Equal to the usual $i.5o shirts sold elsewhere. Lace Lisle Socks 25c Known everywhere as the 5oc grade. Kid Shoes for $1 95 ''The $3.00 and $3.50 kinds. No'T -- Each, of course, up to our regular standard. E have a new four-room house and large base mient for sale on W. Boardman St., Mount Moriah Addition. Purchase price $1,350.00 Payments easy; title perfect. If you contem platebuyi;ng look this up. THE THOMPSON CO. IflEE INSItIUA:CE 15 West Broadway LOANS, RENTALS Dr. F. A. Ironside The Dentist Extracts teeth absolute ly without pain, Fine Gold and Bridge Work A Specialty. Prices Moderate Fully W arranted 25 West Park Street MORGAN AND CROMWELL LINES IN COMBINATION Changes in Working Order of Two Routes Unofficially Announced by the Journal of Commerce. [DY ASSOCIATED PRESS.] New Orleans, August 6.-In connection with the Southern Pacific railroad's new arrangement for the handling of Its ocean freight between this and southern ports, the Journal of Commerce says it leartns from an official source that the Morgan and Cromwell lines have been combined; itn other words the vessels and property of the Cromwell seivice have been purchased by and turned over to the Southern Pa cific company. The terms of the trans fer are not yet available, but it is learned that the agencies of the Cromwell line in BIoston, Philadelphia and Baltimore will be abolished, as was the local agency, and what were formally two separate services will be operated as one, except that they will,of course, ply between different points; that is, one from New York to Galveston, and the other to New Orleans, carrying both freight and passengers. The Cromwell line is an old service. In 1853 the company operated a service to Portland, Maine, Hlalifax, N. S., and St. Johns. Two years later the New Orleans line was inaugurated. It is not yet known whether the Cromwell corporation will be continued or not. ACTRESS AVERTS A MURDER Threatens to Horsewhip a aFrmer and He Leaves His Foe. [y ASSOCIATrED PREss.] Guthrie, O. T., August 6.-Miss Bernice Montgomery, an actress who is spending the summer here, is regarded as a hero ine because she prevented a murder yes terday. While driving in the country with two young women of Guthrie she came upon two farmers who were quarreling. One of the combatants drew a revolver and threatened to murder his assailant. Miss Montgomery quickly leaped from the carriage, grabbed the revolver and compelled its owner to get into his wagon and drive away. The drunken man was determined to fight, but she took his black snake whip from the wagon and threat ened to horsewhip him, He then drove home. THE TRAIN OF 1902 Ph the new "Great Western Limited." the most sumptu ously equipped train ran ning every night between St. Peul and Minneapolis, and Chicago and Kansas City viae... Chicago Great Western Railway J. P. ELMER, General Passenger Agent, CHICAGO, ILL. Excursion to Pipestone. The Fraternal Union of America will hold its first .annual picnic at Pipestone Springs, August to. Special coaches will leave Meaderville at 8 a. in., and Montana Union depot at 8:3o a. mn. On the return trip this train will stop at county road crossing near B. & B. Smelter for the ac commodation of Meaderville passengers. Fare for the round trip............$;.oo Children ......................... 5rc NOTICE OF SALE. In the District Court of the Second Ju dicial District of the State of Montana, in and for the County of Silver Bow: In the Matter of the Estate of Jeremiah Roach, deceased: Notice is hereby given that in pursu ance of an order of sale made and en tered by the above entitled District Court on the 31st day of March, A. D. ioo.-, in the matter of the estate of Jeremiah Roach, deceased, the undersigned, the ad ministratrix of the said estate, will sell at public auction, subject to confirmation by said court, the following described real property, to-wit: An undivided one-fourth (':j) interest in and to the Nora lode claim, situated in Silver Bow County, Montana. and which is designated in the United States l.and Office at Helena, Montana, as l.ot No. Two Hundred and Eighteen (.18), Township Three (3), north, Range Seven (7) west. Said sale will be made on Saturday, the 30th day of August, 1902, at two (2) o'clock p. m. of said day, at the door of the Court Ilouse of the above entitled court on West .Granite street, in said Silver how County, Montana, Terms of said sale are for cash, ten per cent (io per cent) of the bid payable at the time of the sale, and balance upon confirmation of said sale by the court. ALICE ROACH, Administratrix of Estate of Jeremiah Roach, deceased. Hong Kong Cafe And Oyster Parlors Moved to 114 5. Main Everything new, neat and first-class. The Best Meals in the city. Great Family Din ners from Ix:30 a. m. to 8 p. m. PriVate rooms for ladies. Hoping our patrons will find us in our new location, 314 S. Main street. Come one, come all. HI-IUM FAY, Proprietor.