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Montana State News.
I ot an •t t •e s I I IIIIIiI | 111H III REPORT OF THE DISTRICT WEATHER MAN ON CROPS Little Rain Has Fallen During the Past Week and Work in Harvest Fields Goes Briskly Forward. [srrel Al. To ISTER MOIr NiSAIN. Helena, August 6. -. J. J.lass, sectlio director of the weather ibureau, iii his weekly crop report says: "The temperaltuire has lbeen al ve the normial and but little rain has fallen dur ing the past week to delay work in the harvest fields. The hay crop is better than was estimated a few weeks ago. In mantly localities the second crolp of alfulfa is ready to he cut. The apple crop is above the average in Western Montana, and the fruit is in excellent condition, and the spraying of trees for the second time this season is about to begin, thus insuring a crop of fruit without insects. The straw berry and currant crops are about gath cred. The crop was below the average." ALDERMEN INDULGE IN COMPLIMENTARY WORDS ? rouble in Havre City Council Over He port of Former Police Magistrate SMcintyre. [SREci-IA. 10 INTR Ag MoiNTAIN.1 Hlavre, August 6.-Sensational develop mlents marked the meeting of the city council. The troulle arose alout the re port of the finance committee upon Ac countant Ricker's report upon former Po lice Magistrate Mcintyre's docket. The committee report was signed by Aldermen Scott and Purnell and recommended that Mr. Mcintyre's bill for fees for his last quarter as police judge be disallowed. This led to a warm exchange of words between Alderman Chestnut and Ahlder man Purnell. The committee claims that there are more than t8 cases of which no report was ever miade, and produced affi davits in four cases substantiating the claims. The cominittee further asserted in the council that the police magistrate's report for the quarter was really the report for a year anid made the charges that it is $45 short. ORGANIZER FOR MODERN WOODMEN IS KEPT BUSY New Lodge Installed at Lothrop With a Membership of 65-De Borgia Men Getting Together. [sRIAsIA1. I o INTiER MOI'NIA N.I ,Missoula, August 6.--John Ihantn, dlel) uty sulpreme olgonizer of the Modern .Wotodineln, has returned from I.othrop camp. where at organization was pierfected on Saturday. The lodge starts out with a snembership of 65, and with a number of applications on hand to bIe voted on. The olticers are: Venerable counsel, (;eorge IHayes; worhty advisor, George BIolles; worthy banker, Ira Hlayes; worthy clerk, George I). Saeger; managers, t). J. Mc Connell, three years; W. R. BIrewer, two years; W. J. Fletcher, one year. Mr. Itannan received word that the Wten at l)e Borgia are getting together a large number of young men who want to have a lodge there, and he expects to leave in a few days for that place to organize it. HEAD SEVERED FROM BODY UNDER A HEAVY FREIGHT George Brown Meets Horrible Death at Billings-Was Trying to Climb Between Cars. n [S i Al.\) 1 INO ri | 'r N uN \IN.I killings, August 6.--(;eorge Brown, a hian about 4ii years of age, who resides with his half-brother, A. M. L.anier, near Laurel, was killed and his body horribly mangled by a train on the Northers Pacific, too feet front the Laurel depot, ldonday night at midnight. The body was not recovered uIntil yesterday morning. Coroner Chappile was inotified and wetit to Laurel at 6:30 o'clock. Front the position of the body it was determined that Isrown bad been killed by an Eastbound freight train and was probably endeavoring to liimb between the cars to reach the uepot. One foot was cut ofl. Five feet further eastward the head was foulnd. It had beenl cleanly severed frpmn the otly. The trunk was several feet east of the head, the body and arms showing very little injury. FIRST PUBLIC SALE OF LAND Office at Great Falls Opens With Only One Bidder on Hand. [sI' (IAI. TO INi1:I' MQI'NTAIN.] ;rent Falls, August 6.--The first public sale of government land at the Great Falls land fflice was held yesterday morning. John Newton I.argent of Sand Coulee was the purchaser. lie was also the only bidder. The land disposed of was the east half of the southeast quarter and the northeast quarter of the northwest quarter of Sec tion 13, Township 18 north, Range 5 east, 120 acres, located near Sand Coulee. It was sold for $1r.5 an acre. Decision Confirmed. [IsaEct.Al TO INTER MQI'NNI. lN.s Missoula, August 6.--A decision has been received from tile commuissioner of the general land office at Wasl.ington by the local office in which it is confirmed in the, contest of George 11. Wood against the homestead entry of Jonas A. Frid, the land being near Stevensville. Decides to Marry Girl. [s5RCIAL T'ot INTEIR tMiUNTAIsN.i Fort Benton, August 6.-Miss S. Brown, a young woman who has been working in this neighborhood for some time, swore out a warrant for the arrest of William McIntosh yesterday on a charge of crim inal assault. Monday morning Mr. Mcln tosh decided to marry Miss Brown and Judge Tattan performed the ceremony. T'he complaint was withdrawn. Pearl E. Daniels Buried. [SuRCIAI. TO INTI ;R MQUNT'AIN.] VWhite Sulphur Springs, August 6.-The funeral of the late Pearl Elizabeth Daniels, the 16-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Daniels of Tenderfoot, was held here Sunday iafternoon at the home of Mirs. Miller. The cause of her death was heart failure. The service was conducted by tile Rev. Dr. Pray of the Presbyterian church. SWANSON RELEASED ON A BOND OF $1,500 Postoffice Clerk Under Arrest at Billings Has Sympathy of Citizens, Who Bolieve Him Insane. ir. -etr'IAI. o( IN'IIn M JI:Ni.AlN.1 IHillings, August 6.--P. F. Swanson, the postotlice clerk who was arrested Sunda.y, gave a bond yesterday in the sum of $1,5oo. The preliminary hearing will be hcld next Monday if thIe nited States attorney, Carl Rasch, can co.tie down from Helena on that date. ()n account of his long and faithful ser vice in the pnstoflice, Swa..iswn has the sympalthy of many people. and from the fact that he did not attempt to steal a cent. sotlme of his friends think that he is not right mentally. It is said that his lawyer, Mr. Johnson, will not attempt to make any showing for him in the preliminary, but will let the case go direct to the United States court. Swanson's sureties are II. J. Thompson and \V. II. Mct ,rmick, atndl he secured them against loss by deeding them his property this afternoon. HIGHWAYMAN HOLDS UP A SALMON CITY STAGE Compels Driver to Throw Out Strong Box, the Lock of Which He Shoots Out With Rifle and Skips. I.So.lth l. 'I IN In'I MYUI:NTAIN.I IDillon, August 6. -The Salmon City stage from Red Rock was held up yester day morning 30 miles this side of Sal mno by a lone highwayman, armed with a Willchester rifle. Mrs. Craigunm, the only passenger, was not molested. I)river Pete Cothlter was compelled to throw out the treasure box, and as soon as the box was thrown to hitll the robber wenIt through it, shooting o(1l the I ck with a shot from his rifle. BEST PRICES YET FOR CATTLE AT WINDY CITY D. A. G. Flowerree of Helena Receives $6.50 Per Hundred-Montana Cattle Looking Up. I SIRE 1.\1. It1 INrKS asllINIAI. l. Helena. August 6. -On the Chicago mar ket Monday I1. A. (. Flowerree received $6.53. per hundredl for Montana range catlle, haviing a trainload on the nlilket that day. This is considered an extraolr dinarily good price for range cattle. For the greater part of the trainload he oh tained $5.50 a hundred, which was the lowest he received. ('attle ilmen in Helena and all over the state are exceedingly gratifiled over the tuirn which the cattle mlarket has taken this year. Mr. Flowerree loaded 13 cars of fat heef last week at tCut Ilalnk, on the Great NortherIn railroad. 'These were hurried to Chicago, arriving there in time for Monday's sales. Monday and Wednllesday are considered the best market lays by all cattlemen, and on, Thursday the runll is much heavier than for the remtainider of the week. Funeral of Lee Kohn. lsw' t1%\. ' o 1rN1E11 SIUn NIAIN.l Missoula. August 6. The funeral of the late Lee Kohn took place this afternoon at 2 o'clock. I)r. Eisenlerg of Ilutte made the address. Among those to attend were Hlarry Klein and ltenjatiin Greenlihood of Ihelehna and Miss Sollomon of Spokante. "Dad" Kronkrite Shows Up. I..ll A1. IlIlk ,ill5il ':I\IN.I Missoula. Alugulst (. Iadl'" Kronlkritl'., who was reportted Il Ila'e stayed away front his hoile hailsl returnedtl safe and sotntd. Dies in Childbirth. I Stlll t i. . Tll INIl S IH s lt tAIN. I1 Missmtla. A ,,u.t 6I . Mrs. \V. I'. Ten pleton, who reside. I with her hu.hald and childreni ll a ranllth ill ithe tiher side of )e Suiet, dcdtl at all early hour yesterday mlorlning ill chilllbirth. She was a31 years of age anid had resided ill this atl Ithe Blit ter liot valley for several yeatrs. Mining Claims Filed. I r t.l\1. o'1' INTE1:11 MOt NTAIN.] lhoule'r, August (6. --Forty mininilg claims were tiled for record with the Jeflerson countlly recorider during July. Lissner Will Filed. Ilelena, August 6.-The will of the late Marcus Lissnrer was filed in the district court for probate yesterday. It leaves the entire estate to the widow, except that $1 is to tie givctn to each of the nine chillren. The estate is valued at about $41,001. Rough Rider Returns. iSPEt'ht I. ti l N II tltN'IAIN.] Missoula, Auguslt 6. - Miss Annllie Scatns, who left here as a Itetllher of tile Wild \Vest show, returtned hotie ltoday. She was a rough rider. Investigating Theft. lsI's.( IA.. 'I10 IsurC otosaN'i.\is..I ~lissoula, August 6.--Slpecial Agent C. lI. Iatton of the Northernl Pacific is in Missoula investigatinlg the theft of a ltuatt tity of silverware from the railway com pany. lie llelieves that there is a strotig case agaitnst 'Whitman. Emma V. Prudhomme Dead. Lsi'Iac'.\I. ol IsNlCI MIOU SNI AIN. .] lBillings, August 6.--Enlnla V. Prud hommie, wife of Cassius Prudhonlnte, a weM-known business man of this city, died at the Ihome of the family at 3 o'clock yes terday morning. The funeral was held at the Congregational church at 3 o'clock this a fterltoon, New Bozeman Daily. [seL'L 1.. TO INTER .. OI I N T AOl N.'s hlozemnatl, August 6.-Tthe Bozeman News, a daily newspaper issued free of charge, without political aspirations and relying solely ulpon advertisements for re muneration, was issued yesterday for the first time. C. \V. Mills, its editor, until recently was an employe of the street car company. Assay Office Burned, 1 Twin Bridges, August 6,--The Watseka assay office at Rochester Monday night was a totally destroyed by fire, which originated from an explosion of gasoline. WALL STREET STOCKS (Today's Quotations.) New York Stocks. American Ice ............. tt do preferred ......... 37j 37 Amalgamated Copper ...... 66 66) Anaconda M Co .. ........1o soa Atchison, 1'. & S. F. ...... 92' 93 do preferred ............ tot 2o0 7 Baltimore & Ohio .......... to9g 1og IBrooklyn Rapid Transit..... 684 69 Canada Southern .......... 92 9a2 Canadian Pacific ......... 136)4 1389 C., C., C. & St. I...........0o73% 1o7Y4 (hesapeake & Ohio ........ 53 5234 Chicago & Alton .......... 42% 43 Colorado Southern ......... 33 33 Colorado Fuel & Iron....... 9o!/ 89 Chicago Great \Vestern ..... 31 31)4 C(: tinental (;as ........ i..,j3 2J 44 l)elaware & lludsuon ......180o 8o4 I:rie ...... .............. 38 . 38. do. first preferred ...... 68!, 68. 4 Ilocking Valley Railway .... 954 975` Illinois Central ............ 64% s6sY4 Iowa Central ............. 48 48%4 Kansas City Southern .... 364 36). I.ouisville & Nashville ....1454 1454 I.eather ...... ............ . 3 13% Manhattan Consolidated . . 36 135 M., St. P. & S. Ste. M .... 6j 63¼ Metropolitan Traction .... 49 r48)4 Mexican Central .......... 29;g 30 Mexican National ........ 18Y 18% Missouri. Kansas & Texas.. 3536 3.54 do preferred ............ 6b2 63y Missouri Pacific ........... GN trtM New York Central ........ 65,4 165 Norfolk & Western ...... 64 65 Ontario & Western ........ 34' 34 Pennsylvania ...... ...... 159is 1S9 People's (;as ................J io4,. Republic Iron and Steel .... i9!4 93 Reading .................. 67¼ 67)4 do first preferred ........ 87 87 Rock Island ............... 190 o 874 'Southern Railway .......... 391,/ 39) do. preferred ............ g7 97% Southern Pacific ........... 68- 68)6 St. I.ouis & San Francisco.. 816 81Y4 Smelter .................. 48 474 Sugar Refinery ............135)4 :133 St. Paul ..................186. r863$ Tennessee Coal & Iron ..... 69 69)/4 Trexa.s Pacific .. ........... 46 4! Union Pacific .............. . ot % o lol United States Steel ........ 4o0 40 do. preferred ............. 894 89). Wabash .................. 30., 30 do. preferred ............ 46") 47 Western Union ............ 89 883 Wisconsin Central ......... 28'i 28 do. preferred ............ so)4 Sr Money at 3 per cent. Total sales. 449,200 shares.;. Salt Lake Stocks. A jax .............. ........... .33. ('on. M ercur ...... .............. 2.03 i. t arisa .... .................... 2 Century ....................... ..2 California ...... .............. .23 D)aly- W est .... ................ S.3,5I flowers (hid) ................... 23.So .ower Mammoth (asked) ...... . 9. Ma min noth (bid) ................ 1.33 Mayay Day ....................... .. I 3 (Intario (asked . ................ 1o.oo I'etro (hidl ..................... 7! Star (asked ) .................... .. 7 T etro (hid ) .................... .t8 U tah (Iid ) ... .................. .5". IUncle Sam (hid)................ .16 Victor (hid) .................... .20 Yankee (hid) ................... .92 DEMAND SURRENDEs OF TOWN Barcelona Surrounded by Army of Eight Hundred Revolutionists. InY .A\StosAr:EDn I'r.lss. Port of Spain, Island of Trinidad, Aug ust 6. News has reached here from 'Venezuela that Hlar'elona, in the state of Ilermutdez, is at present being surrounded by rcvlulitionists, estimnated to number igt hundredl men tunder command of t-, eral l'alatero. I ihy dematuled the surrender of Ilarte ll.I. The governlnettt soldiers ill the town nu'mbeir only .nom and it is not believed they will ioffer resistance. Artillerymen Killed. Isv ti ss it it i RI s. I Sinn FIrantcisco. Augusit 6.--Joseph Abele iant l Mrgant I)avidson, ttrembers of the lifth hlttery, field artillery. U. S. A., are dleadl at the presidio. 'They were killed by the caving int of a clay batlk ott which they were working. Abele was a native of ('herryvale. Kan.. and 1)avidson of Big ('reek, Ky. Valuation in Beaverhead. I:ai' . iIo . 'l INittI* M.St4t'..iN.l Ilhlena, August 6.--lleaverhlead county iv first onl the cards to make its retutrn to the state board tupon the assessor's figures. The board increased the valuation of the coiuntiy $10,1 94. itmakingl the total assess nt-ent $J.,855,~i6( . The increase was largely upon live stock. Albert Gregor Drowned. Isola It.a. To IN'IIrrt 5 UNIl.\ N.1 Philiipsburg, August 6.-Albert Gregor, a young man who was visiting relatives here, was drowned in Fred Burr lake Mon day evenig. IIHe was seized with cramps. Certificates to Embalmers. [SRIEtIAL. TO I NTTIER MQINTt.\IN.] Great Falls, August 6.-l)r. A. F. Long eway, secretary of the board of health, has just issued special embalmers' certificates to Mrs. Nellie I.. Callister and Charles W. T'odd of Great Falls; Charles E. Richards of Lewistown; Frank I.enmmner of Havre and Jacob Opp of Helena. COE COMMISlION m OMPANY II (INOORORAteDI Capital and Surplus $800,000.00. Gen'l Offlices Bank of Commerce Bldg., Minneapolls, Mien. Stocks, Bonds, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS Bought and sold for cash or on margins for future delivery. We own and ouerate the most extenIve p=rivate wire system in the United States. We guarantee the execution ef orders when lImits are reached. Valuable book of statistlcts free on ap plication. REPERBNCES: a6 Nat't sad State banks BUTTE OflICE, IIIRBOUR BLD'O A. J. DARCH, Local Manager, Butte Labor News. I I ut L abrDws HII Rl Ill HARTFORD TEAMSTERS GO OUT President of Union Says All Firms Affect ed Are Doing Business. Iny ASSOCIATrEI) riss.) Ifartfordl, Conn., August 6.-The general strike of the l'eamn Drivers' union, which has beeu hanging fire for several weeks awaiting arbitration which the Draymen's association has refused, Is on. Pickets have been active all day trying to dissuade drivers to abandon their rigs. Capt. Fred erick R. Hill, president of the DrUymen's association, said this afternoon that, so far as he had been able to learn, all the firms alhctred by the strike were doing business. The regular meeting of the association will be held tomorrow evening, when the entire situation will be discussed at length. Between four hundred and five hundred men are affected by the general strike. MAY MEAN RAILWAY PENSIONS Southern.Pacific Taking Censue of Em ployes Aged 65 and Over. San Francisco, August 6.-Acting on in structions issued by President Harriman the heads of departments of the Southern Pacific company have begun taking a cen sus of the employes 65 years of age and over. It is thought that this is the fore runner of sonme sort of pension system, although Harriman has not announced his plans. It is found that while there are no engineers or conductors 65 years old, quite a number of the men in the shops and in other departments are on the list. HOBSON ATTENTIVE TO MISS STEVYENSON SHE IS BLOOMINGTON BELLE, DAUGHTER OF FORMER VICE PRESIDENT STEVENSON. [avt ASu%:iz'I Et PI' Si. I Bloomington. Ill., August 6.-Rumor has it that Miss l.etitia Stevenson, the beautifdI daughter of former Vice-Presi dent Stevenson, is to be Hlobson's choice. Fliends of Miss Stevenson believe there is a: understanding between Captain Hob son,. hero of the Merrimac. and the daugh ter of the noted democratic leader. Neith er Captain Hlobson nor Miss Stevenson will admit such a thing, however, while her parents emphatically deny an engagement. Yet everybody hereabouts believes there will be a wedding within six months. They base this belief on the number of visits Captain Hobson has paid to the Stevenson home, and his attentions to Miss Stevenson. fie first met Miss Stevenson at a house party inl this city early last spring. It is said he also met her parents for the first time on this occasion. Ilia attenition to the young woman at that time was marked and a fortnight later he made a longer visit. Since then he has been going there regularly and last week lie spwnt four days with the family. Cat:tain Ilobson's introdluction to Bloom ington was made last spring, when he lec tured under the auspices of the Daughters of the American Revolution. The local chapter includted among its members Mrs. A. F. Stev'enson, who has Ieen president general, and her sister, Mrs. Matthew T. Scott, who has been treasurer of the na tional organization. They were largely in strumental in getting Captain lolson to omte hli.re., and it was at one of the enter tainmnents arranged for him on that occa sion that lie met ,Miss Stevenson. Shle is a perfect blonde, and has long ben noted as one of the prettiest girls in this plrt of the cointry. She is intellectual an11 highly educated, having been gradu att· tolln the far-faimed .onticello .\c;tlklny and Chicago University. She has a decided taste for literature. She is i i.,1 o out of dour sports, and is one ,t the most enthusiastic and expert golfers in thii vicinity. NOT'IC '1 U CRErDIiTORS.` ]'Estate: of Frank Vivian. deceased: Notice is hereby given by the under igne I1, executrix of the estate of Frank ';viau, deceased, to the creditors of and alI person, having claims against the said dcccased, to exhibit them, with the neces sary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said administrator at the offices 'of Kirk ; Clinton, Itirbour building, Butte, Mon tana. tihe same being the place for the tran sactionr of the business of said estate, in thei county of Silver Bow, state of Mon MARY VIVIAN, Executrix Last Will and Testament of Frank Vivian, Deceased. KIRK & CLINTON, Attorneys for Estate. Dated Butte, MontLna, this 23 day of July, lqoo, NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Richard Morrison, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed administratrix of the estate of Richard Morrison, deceased, to the cred. itors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first publication of this notice, to the said administratrix at the office of the Thompson Co., i5 West lBr-adtway, Butte, Mont., the same being the place for the transaction of the busl ness of said estate, in the County of Sil ver Bow, State of Montana. CATHERINE MORRISON, Administratrix of the Estate of Richard Morrison, deceased. Dated Butte, Monana, his 4th day of August, o19o. NOTICEI NOTICEI All goods, wares and merchandise stored with us at 43 West Broadway, will be moved to our new warerooms, ao West Broadway, beginning July so, 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 snvags in our care to note the change and protect their customers. Butte Exchange Furniture Co., so West Broad. way. J. CHAUVIN, Manager, RAILWAY STRIKE IS OFF Canadian inter-State Employee Go Back to Work Again. [BY ASSOCIATED PREss.] luntington, W. Va., August 6.-The Camden Interstate railway strike, which has been on since Sunday last, was de clared off yesterday and all the cars on the Ohio, Kentucky & West Virginia di visions are being operated tonight on schedule time by union crews, the company agreeing to recognize the union and re store all men discharged without cause to their former places. The restoration of men discharged for cause is to Ie left for arbitration bIy the governor, one member of the supreme court and another to he selected by the two parties. There was no violence of a seri ous nature on any of the line today. LABOR CLUB IS TO GATHER Meeting of Newly Organized Body Will Be Held This Evening. [SRECIAI. TO INTER a UgUNTAIN.) Anaconda, August 6.-There will be a meeting this evening of the recently or ganized Deer Lodge Labor club, in the club house on the corner of Commercial avenue and Cherry street. The organization of the club has not yet been fully perfected. It is expected that the appointment of an election com mittee will be the most important measure acted on this evening. PYTHIAN THRONGS HEAD FOR 'FRISCO THOUSANDS OF THE KNIGHTS WILL BE IN CITY BY NEXT WEEK THE CHANCELLOR ARRIVES. Sail Francisco. August 6.--Ogden II. Fethers, supreme chancellor of the Knights of Pythias, has arrived here from his home in Janesville, Wis., to attend the supreme lodge which will open its sessions next Tuesday. lie has expressed himself as surprised and pleased at the extensive preparations which have been made to en tertain the thousands of members of the order of which lie is the head. i The city has been elaborately decorated and the electrical display will he the finest ever seen on this coast. An elaborate pro grant of entertainment has been arranged and the proverbial hospitality of San Fralncisco will be taxed to its utmost dur ing the sojourn of the city's guests. It is estimated at least thirty thousand Knights will be here by the beginning of next week. The uniform rank will bie represented by about ten thousand men; the Knights of Khorassen will make a spectacular showing andl the Rathbone Sisters will as semlble from all parts of the union. Contagious Diseases in State. [sHIcEILAi. To INTER tIQi'NTAI N. Helena, August 6.-The state board of health received a report of the experts who examined into the spotted fever cases in VWestern Montana. Secretary Longeway of the board reported the contagious disease cases in Montana between Febru ary 4 and August 4, as follows: Small pox. 29o0: measles, a 4; scarlet fever, 2a3; diphtheria, a6; typhoid fever, 7. CAMPANA LIQUOR STORE Grocers and Importers For ever IS years leaders on the West Side. We carry complete stock choice Gro ceries, Liquors, Wines, Cigars. For Hay, Grain and Bran we lead them all. Give us call and inspect our goods. Prices to suit purchaser. 509-511 W. Park St. Phone 166 FOR GAle First.elass NewLodgi ing House. Located in the heart of city. Will sell for $i,ooo; less than cost, on easy terms. Party wants to leave town. Address: J. M., Inter Mountain. LOST. FOUND-A PAIR OF GOLD-RIMMED eye glasses, in front of Broadway opera house. Owner can have same by calling at 222 West Broadway and paying for this ad. COLLECTIONS. BUTTE ADJUSTMENT COMPANY t.UL. lects bad bills; try it. iss North Main. MONEY TO LOAN. LOANS-MONEY TO LOAN AT 8 PER cent; no delays. Hall Brothers, 48 East Broadway, Butte, Montana. LOANS ON FURNITURE - [OW sates. Room a, y7 West Broadway, MONEY TO LOAN - JACKMAN I Armitage Co., Hirbour blocie, N. E. cor ncr Main and Broadway. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY. RANCHI FOR SALE.--3ao ACRES OF good hay land in close viemtary to Putte. Apply to room 6s5, Hennessy biulding CARPET CLEANING. WEST SIDE ELECTRIC CARPET cleaning Co., z3o W. Froadway. Tele. phone 867A. DR. HUIE PFOeK Thirteenth doctor of China from grand father down. Born and schooled in the profession. Treats, all disease s, naking a specialty of chronic troubles. ;onsult me. 227 South Main St. WANT ADS. WANT AD. RATES. euneal and death notices, fratsaad oeldet maic.u, ermtetainment noticee, ards o thenas, to ueate a Ulie each insertiols Help wanted althatIone wanted, houst ad roms, realt tatp, eta., I words t qteam I ts 16 to ao twords . cnts egt penot. No diLment for theltars sJrotlad f.ortune tellnng, pl ou4 rosw tsrey nmedir, eant& s werd o la ~ANSWýI TOo AADtVT s8INWra Adresmed care the inter Mountain and left at this orea, should always be tncload Is WeaiedS evelopw ' stamp required on antch letters. The later Mountain will not be responible forr. error In drt t tabe t.auagh the telephone. HELP WANTED. WANTED-BOYS, A. D. T. COMPANY. Wanted-iS girls for general housework Wanted-- girls for dining-room work, In and out of town. Wanted-- chambertuaid in city. Wanted-3o section men near town. Wanted-too men for Yellowstone Park. \Vanted-5o men for Anaconda railroad work. Vanted-so laborers for railroad on Great Northern roed. Wanted-8 women cooks, out of town work. Wanted-t first-class seamstress. Inquire, Free Public Employment office. HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. Dianer tomorrow at Southern bhotel. DOe Tewey, proprietor-s-c. The most abundant meal of best-cooked food for sae. As much as our want of any and every dish. all for age. Pry one at our dinners and be convinced that It is the b. . o earth for a mouea. -SOUP Beef Brotl. -BOILED. Corn Beef and Cabbage. -ROAST Lrime Cut of Beef, Brown Gravy. Leg of Mutton with Dressing, -ENTREES Stewed Beef, New Potatoes. Boston Baked Pork and Bean. Pigs' Feet, Spanish. Manced Veal on Toast, Codfish Balls, Cream Sauce. Blackberry Cobbler. -VEGETABLES Steamed Potatoes. String BDeana. Young Carrots in'Cream. Potato Salad. -PASTRY Fresh Peach and Pumpkin Pie,. Rice Pudding. Vanilla Sang~ California Stewed Peaches. Special for 4 p. m.-BeefstealJ Spanish, .a..:ed Salmon, Cold Meats. MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE-FURNITURE IN EIGHT room house; close in; $aoo. J. E. Rick ards Co., No. 49 East Broadway. THE MON'e ANA TRANS . 2 CO. ZS THI largesi and molt Tl'orauhl) egnpled outfit in the city and wsnl gtce )'r best esrvics Offce is West LEaasway. Telephone, ,41 Postoflee Box. 263. PALMIST. MAZIE, PALMIST, CARD READER; readings, Soc. az6 South Idaho. FOR RENT. FURNISHED ROOMS. FIR REN T--FURNISHED - ROOMS cheap. New Gay & Grady block, No. 7 West Mercury street. Al modern con veniences. FOR RENT-THREE NEWLY FUR nished front rooms; fine location. Szi West Park street. FOR RENT-FUkNIStHED ROOM, cheap as dirt. azu West Broadway. FOR RENT--FIVE ROO CK most modern; in heart of the city; for $30. Curtis & Majors, 35 West Granite street. NICE PLEASANT ROOMS, MODERN and reasonable; private family. Gentle men preferred. 403 South Montana. FOUR FURNISHED ROOMS $3 EACH and up. 214 North Jackson street. FOR RENT-NICELY FURNISHED four-room flat, with bath; centrally located. Address Box 716 Butte. FOR RENT--NICELY FURNISHED rooms; 431 W. Mercury. WHY DON'T U MOVE? The best light housekeeping building in Butte, the Caplice, corner Park and Mon tana. Rooms from $5 per month and up; includes electric light, heat, baths, etc. Apply to room 23, over Sutton's Family Theater. Elegant rooms, one flight up, $S per week; two flights, $4 per week; three flights, from $8 to $io per month. No house keeping kids or dogs. All front rooms; have no back, side or middle rooms. Corner Montana and Broadway. The Broadway, apply at office or room 18 sec ond floor. DICK SUTTON, Manager. FOR RENT-DESK ROOM; fourth floor Hirbour building. The Nor ell Co. HOUSEB. FOR RENT-I-PtACE LIVERY STA. ble and lodging house on South Main street. Accommodations for 50o horses. Lodging house contains t8 rooms partly furnished. Slemons & Booth. Rooms t, a and 3, Silver Bow block. FURNITURE. SECAND-HAND GOODS BOUGHT and sold; freight paid to neighboring towns. Oechsli, 4J W. B'dway storage. WANTED--WVE MUST HAVE SECOND= hand furniture; we pay highest prices': just starting. Feldman's, 1.4 South Main street. REAL ESTATE. Building Lots. We have for sale a large number of the most choice building lots in the city. Located in all sections, with authority to sell at prices that are very low, con sidering the demand for such property. Any one contemplating the erection ,>t flats, residences or store l"iildings should see us before they buy the ground. K. FORMEL & CO. Real Estate, ats W. Porphyry. W A N T E D)-REAL ElSTATE---WE have a party who wants a small three ,or four room house, worth from $70o to $r,ooo. If you have such a prop erty, with a good title, call and see us. We can sell it for you. Charles L. Smith & Co., ji West Grtmniit street.