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PURPLE BUNTING BUTTE WILL BE ABLAZE WHEN STATE ELKS GATHER HERE ON THEIR WAY TO SALT LAKE. TREASURE STATE LODGES TO ATTEND 300 STRONG Will Parade About Butte Before Leaving in Order to Give Lady Friends a Treat and Are Expected to Be Buried Be neath Showers of Bouquets-Two Bands to Accompany Them. Elks all over the land of the brave and the home of the free are looking forward to the grand national reunion of the Best 'Pople on Earth at Salt l.ake City, on August 1. Elks all over the glorious state of Montana are not only looking forward to the huge convention in prospect but pulsating with pleasure at thought of the gladsome time they x ill have at it. The reunion will take place August a2, and there will be thousands and thousands of Elks from every state in the union and fro;t Ilonoulilu in the grand conclave of lodges that will come together at Salt Lake. No mecting of the B. I'. U. E. ever held in this country will equal the forth coming one, which is of the highest inter est to every mlemller of the great order whose emblem is the noble elk's head and sweeping antlers. Three Hundred Strong. The Montana Elks will present a brave appearance at the huge meeting. There will be three hundred of them, and they will take pride in rivaling any other dele gations that will be in attendance. They will meet at Butte, and depart from this city in a odly for Salt Lake, and when they arrive at the beautiful capital of Utah there is no question that they will create enthusiasm. The Elks of the state will meet in Butte otn Monday, August ir, and depart at 7 o'clock in the eveniing on a special train for the rallying place of the Elks at the Utah metropolis. The day they meet here the city will be decorated in royal, blaz ing, dazzling purple and pristine, snowy, chaste white, the colors of The Best People On Earth. In Purple and White. Tl'he Elks themselves will be clad in pur ple and white uniforms, spotless and re ftulgent, and so dashing that the ladies will gasp with pure delight. In order to cap tivate all the femininity in the city the ..lontana Elks will parade through the main streets of Butte on the day they assemble here, and blushingly catch the lhower of bouquets they expect to fall upon them. The ladies, however, are re quested to conceal no bricks amid the petals of the rose that evinces their ad iniration. The B. & M. band of this city will ac company the Elks to Salt Lake and treat the other delegations there to some really good music. The grand lodge of Elks meets at so o'clock in the morning of August I2, at which time the great union of the B. P. O. E. will be in full blast in Salt Lake City. ,fihe Montana Elks expect to have the time of their lives at the meeting, and the indi cations are that there will not be the least disappointment experienced by them. ALBR:ITTOTN LEAVES SALT LAKE Methodist Minister, Formerly of Butte, to Be Transferred to Another Field. Numerous rumors that the Rev. Dr. J. L. Albritton. pastor of the First Methodist church, at the coming conference of the Utah mission, which will be held in this city the latter part of this week, is to be transferred to another city, were yesterday set at rest by Dr. Albritton admitting that Bishop Warren had decided upon such a course, says the Salt Lake Herald. \While he refused to divulge any details, It is understood that Dr. Albritton heartily favors a change. When approached on the subject last night, the reverend gentleman replied that the time to talk about the change is not yet ripe. S"1 have been so busy arranging for the conference that I have had no time to think about it anyway,' said Dr. Albrit ton. "In fact, it would do no good if I 'did, for the entire matter rests with Bishop iWarren. lie is at the head.of the Utah mission, as well as missions of other states, and he is the one who transfers the min isters. I will say this, however, that no matter where I amn sent, I will cheerfully take the new charge." SCHMIDT REFUSES FIGURES Officer May Be Punished by Equalizers for Discourtesy to Assessor. Policeman \V. G. Schmidt has com plained to the board of equalization that his house and lot, Iro8 Utah avenue, was assessed at $r,8oo, while being worth only $,200oo. Deputy Assessor Davies related to the board that he assessed Schmidt's house, after the policeman refused to give hinm any information concerning it and entered his house and slammed the door In the deputy assessor's face. The law provides that where a prop erty owner refuses information to the as sessor his property mnay be assessed ten fold. The equalizers will investigate, and Policcman Schmidt may have to submit to a raise to $t,8oo if the equalizers see fit so to punish him. SPECIAL OF EASTERN ELKS sig Party Will Pass Through Butte for Salt Lake Next Saturday. II. O. Wilson, general agent of the Ore gon Short Line, has received notice to prepare a special Pullman sleeping car for a party of Eastern Elks who are at present in the Yellowstone National park. They are expected to arrive in Butte fromt Cinnabar the latter part of the week and will go south on the Short Line next Saturday, so as to be in good time for the )ig meeting, which opens at Salt Lake next uesday. Grand Reopening. Grand reopening, the Limit saloon, 833 North Montana, llugh O'Farrll, successor to Powers & McDonald. Family trade a specialty. All are cordially invited. F[ECK FAILED TO STAND OPERATION POPULAR BARTENDER, UNDER KNIFE OF SURGEONS FOR APPENDI CITIS, DID NOT RALLY. MEMBER OF UNION AND WELL-KNOWN IN BUTTE Brother in East May Come On and Take Body for Interment to Old Home at Altoona, Pa.-Bartender's Union Will Probably Take Charge cf Local Cere monies-Wife Is Prostrated. Walter P. Fleck died in St. Jattmcs' hos tion for appendiciti:s. His body was sent to the undertaking rooms of Sherman & Reed, in East Broadway. The operation was performed Sunday, and the sufferer failed to rally from it. Fleck was a bartender by occupation and one of the best known men in that business in the city. He had lived here Iz years. and hi quiet demeanor won him a place in the estimatton of all with whom he came in contact. When h was taken ill, alniut a week ago, he had been in the employ of King & Lowry three years. l'rior to entering their employ he worked at the Crowley place in Soutn Main street. WALTER P. FLECK ai Who Died This Morning After an Opera tion for Appendicitis. Fleck came from Altoona, Pa., to Butte, and was a plasterer by trade. Il lived at the northeast corner of Dakota and Silver streets. His wife is almost prostrated with grief. Member of Bartenders' Union. lie was a member of the Bartenders' union and in all likelihood that organiza tion will have charge of the funeral. It is not known yet whether the body will be buried in Butte or shipped to Altoona for interment. S. A. Fleck, a brother of the dead man, telegraphed from Altoona this morning asking if his broth*r was still alive, lie was notified of the death, and it may be that he will want the body shipped East. BONDS ARE D1SPOSED OF UPON COMMISSION BASIS Immediate Need of Money Caused School Board to Take Step-New List of Substitute Teachere. After several ineffectual attempts to dis pose of the recent bond issue of $too,oo00 at the prescribed rate of interest, the school board, last night, decided to pay a com mission to the financial house of Rudolph, KIleyloly & Co. the sum of $.t,oo commnis sion for the disposal of the bonds. Imnie diate demands for the money required this. Because of the rapid increase of the school population, it was deemed advisable to add the following names to the list of substitute teachers: Jessie Spencer, Ida Jeffry, Alice M. Ilrome, Kate Redmond, l1 eresa Fitzgerald, (;ertrude Nichols, Laura l.ee, lHarriet Bates, Zoe Wheeler, Pearl I.attbrecht, l.ida Ilumphrey, Miss Brady, Emily Trewin, Matnie Maguire, May Bretherton, Ella Crowley, Anna Meade, Jennie Moore, Katherine Ronan,. Edith c;ilbert, Ilelen ('onnell. Kate Nevins, Maud Fox, Mollie C. Smith. T'he committee on teachers and salaries recommended that ('. G;. Stewart be ap pointed to fill the place of crank I('llara and that the latter be given a leave of absence of a year. The resignation of P. J. Cooney, a teacher, was accepted. A request of Florence A. Noble for the use of the Basin school house as a Sunday school was granted conditionally. It was reported that the architect had purchased a new boiler for the Monroe building. Bills to the amount of $2,3p47.12 were audited and allowed after which the board adjourned. POPULAR ATTORN EY BECOMES BENEDICT Joseph Binnard Is United in Marriage to Miss Hilda Brodeck, Judge McCler nan Performing Ceremony. Attorney Joseph Binnard, of the firm of Binnard & Rodgers, and Miss Hlilda Bro deck, a well-known and popular young lady of this city, were united in the holy bonds of wedlock last evening at the home of the bride's parents in the Bee IIive block. The ceremony was performed by the Hon. Judge John B. McClernan of the district court. The wedding was attended by the rela tives and friends of both principals and many costly gitts and heartfelt wishes for their welfare were showered on the young couple. A wedding supper followed the ceremony and dancing ants music closed the evening. General Rain Fall. Denver, Coleo., August 6.-A general rain has fallen all over Eastern Colorado. In many places it amounted to a cloudburst, washing out the railroad tracks. At Ter Cdo, 4o miles frots Trinidad, the Colorado and Wyoming depot was moved from its foundations. PLAINSMEN SHALL HAVE DISAPPEARED BUT A FEW MORE YEARS AND THE HEROIC FIGURES OF THE PAST WILL BE NO MORE, COWBOY SUCCEEDED BY THE ROUGHRIDER The Herder Gives Way to the Soldier and Marksmanship Deteriorates as Game Becomes Scarce-Old Plainsman on the Buffalo Bill Show and What a Fake It Must Become in Near Future. "Ten years hence the litiTalo luill show as it now is will have ceased to exist for the lack of material," said a well known plainsiiain today at the Thornton. "There pirobably will still he a show, but it will have to depend for a large part upon manifestations of dash and courage simi lar to those which ml;de the cowboy, the pony express rider and the plains man such picture.sque feature.. I saw the show recently in thIe East. They have a pony express rider in the show now, ntlt he never rode the potty express in reality. 'J'hey have a wagonl train, but the mnen who man it are nIot the men who fought their way across the plaitns in tlhe face of hostile savages. of drouth ndl mirage and other dangers. ()f course, ('olonel (ody rode tlhe. pony .xslre s., and was a nll Imnt aster and scout, bult hi can't l) the whole show, and theu menti wfo were his contemlporaris of the lit days are either dead or too old to repeat their feats. "The show has e('vohltel froll its first formill, andl now shows the progress of the Vcest aInd of the( .\l.lericall nation. First came th'e plainsi with their savage In. dlian inhabitntis, wsil ii n , settled whi;t .ipulationtt. There was no agricuttlture, no domestic antim:l, :lnlld the to i who penetrated the wiltierness lived (iup.t what food they.,,jroutght witlh them. and i)upon the galme which existed it. an alilhi'lauie wvhich can now hardly Ic itni-c i, The Plains Indian. The pilains Indian as the thilii existed was a heroic figire, strorg, brave, cleant and warrior to the bonte., alil pitt:d an.ailnat himi there had to hu* a mi:igtii'iitent type t f hltmanity -the plainsmen ofit tihe titmel' t Cody. "Then came the cattle peri1, begin ning witll the day)s .IwhI ii tIc cuiowiit fought against the Inlian andil the will animal, and contilnuillg throuighi his stlrg tiles with wll cattle and hol rses only ''The cowlioy was the successor if the, plainsman, aid, like him. in the poss. s sioni of lagnificent pirsonl:! courage, greal strength, agility and skill. Anul now has conie the agricultural period. It is tht" i:est of all, the most valuable, butl it's iot picturesque. "\VWhere are pIlainsmen now? Ten lore years will see alout the last of them. The Indians have becconte agriculturalists. The area front which we can get cowboys s ibecomi:ng smaller ccvry year. .Montatna is about the only oplen range country Soldier Succeeds Cowboy. "Tlhe Anmerican soldlier has lbecoime the successor of the cowboy. ()tir mtilitary tauthorities have learned a lesson which ino other nation has pterceivedl, and they havei' learned it froill the cowboy, and that is fit the cavalrymani for his mount. rathller than fit the lhorse to the soldier. The r.whluoy was ready to ride ally horse thait ie threw his rope upon, and the Alitericati soldier is ready to put his sail dile utlon any hlorsei hli gets, and go throlugh his evolutionis. In Eurolpean armies they have to traiit the horse so that the solhlier can ride him. The Amleri can soldier is Inow the fitnest rider in the world, and the C('osac coies next. "Markstmatshipl is dying out in America with the disaippiearing of the game. Th: plaiiunlanl had to be able to shlnot straight. If he dlidn't hlie would starve. Right now, in regions where thlt Ipeople depend upon gamlie for food, every iani, woman aniild boy cani shoot. \'I),. jiust a few years ago in ('olorado there was a fine illustration of the relation between gamile anl.d Illarks llhipll. Over ill Meeker, ( lo., whiere the tllophle h.ave. reliidl ut.oti l.eer for thei; titeal, they all kitow how to shoot. h'llte Ioy-s are crtackin).g away. a llailrk wilh rilles whlii lio)ys ill otlher to\lls are pilay ing Inllrli'tes, Sonii 1(1(11k rollllers caine rir tsie , 'pIop . .,ill lI h ;l l fo" their Did Up the Uank jobbers. The whole town Itirneieil out :iand cut Iosic at th.m, an11 the la't wounded li;a1.1 had . 1 h,1s in him. They won'tL hiav ,tiy such shots in Mc :l;'r when the rail road g t,- in there u:itl the people go to catirg ('hi;cago Iresset. btef. 'The poor mtrksumanship of our army is the subject of oficial rnonnient every little while. In ('n:ulnt: the provincial, the country and veil the parish vovernmcnll ts have takenl the matter up. and hate mald appropria tions to lhty powtkr and bullets and get the people to practicing shlooting. "liul, as I said, the sance qualities of bravery an:d skill and rtrength that maide the pllainlsan grt are "plearing in other !ines---Take the life-saving service---thl rough riders of thei waves, I call 'can. Theirs is the cowboy's life in ano ther ele ment. The coilmpany that comes with us is all genuine--no tradition about them. And their part of the performance has aroused an amount of interest that has been a surprise to me." $50-To San Franctaoe and Return--S30 August 4 to O, inclu.lie, the Oregon Short Line will sell excursion tickets to San Francisco and return, $o:; I.os An. genes, $60. Tickets limited for return 6o days. Remember, this is the shortert route by 00oo miles. Reserve berths now. City Ticket Office, 1os North Main street, Butte, Mont. I1. O. WILSON, Gen'ral Agent. 8peclal Excursion Train. Leaves Montana Union depot at 8:So c. n., Sunday for .:inestone Springs, Whitehall, Twin Bridges and Alder, re turning leaves Alder at 6:oo p. m. Rates as follows: :t.tte to Pipestone and return...... r.oe Butte to Whitehall and return ....., .$5o Butte to Twin Bridges and return... s.Se. iutte to Alder and return........ ., a,oo 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 Dens tal Business in America. Be Sure You Are In Our Office. Over Symons'. Opposite Postofflce. Teeth extracted and filled absolutely without pain by our late scientific moth 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, and 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 Filling ... $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 bridge work; the most beautiful, painless and durable of all dents! work known to the profession. Our name alone will be a guarantee that your work will be of the bes-t. \We have a specialiut in each department. lest operators, bst gold workllmen andt extractors of teeth; in fact, all the stiff are inventors of riodern dentistry. We will tell you inl advance exactly what your work will cost. by free ecxa:inat!on. Give us a c.ll and you will find we do exactly as we advertise. New York Dental Parlors 80 W. Park, ever Symons' Dry Goods Store, Butte, Montana Hours-.8.30 a. m. to 9 p. m.s Sundays, 13 to 4 OFFICERS ELECTED BY HUMANITARIANS ANNUAL MEETING ADDRESSI U BY NATIONAL ORGANIZER IRENE ROOD. A t th ei. aln11 11;1 O itt'lla te' 0o " the S i v. r !!nW ('uttlity Itllu t:man' alsol'i;t'io,l. h trhl at the city hall la.st evening, ot.l e :', t,-r II.e icoming year were he't-'h', rel'potrl of Ihi" v itk foir thel year rea: anal, atce.pt.l'd. Mr-,. I". Irene RI. d, national orani/er, %if i iits i lit t alil mia.ie' a short h 'l.res.. Secretary W. II. (rr rieprt'd that therm h. I tllie piore ti;ih i .ii cases' of ci ielly i 've'stigatied during !it epst year. iIi corn pli lntwntedl the us.w+ly o( I tilt- 1 organization rout aril in the cities Of Liviogstoh , Bill figs awil Lloizean aniid referred tolI the faict that throughi the generosity of liCharles WV. .Ilark, Ajlcxaundr Mlaculay, a lprtillillent citizen who had donated a valuable saddle horse aild others wiho had contributedi linanltial assist;nllce, the society's fchief otai cer was adetlcately equtippedl for service. In closiing, the jsecretary reco1'fIff'ldfIdi that an article il thi el conlitutttion I te changed so as to riead i as follows: "I lhe secretary to retivte a sal:y. tlihe s;mine to l' fixed by ithe board of dirctroi ea'h muottn|th." Special ( tiieir (arris read a bri,.f report iii which it develpoed that a well knlliown filizien whose name hei " could Ilia I.larn, had drivenl a horse so cruelly that it diied soon afterwardl. I.arge welts on the bodly of the animal showed that it had Ibeen bleaten in a savage mialnner. SiTrceasuer Tonge's report showedi that ul'for is a hIlance io $15.1o' in the' treas ury that the receipts of tihe year were $,8.8i an:td the' dislbursements $8,1.51. iollol witng are the ,ltticers elected last evening: Preside nt, Ilernan Rozensweig ; vice presidenl, Adolph Wetzsteint ; treas furir, Rev. I'red'l ick 'Tongei ; secretary, Bvron II. 'Cook; directors, 11. RI. Iartlett, J. V. I),avis, D)r. I.. Iernheim, W illiam tray, W . II. Orr. J. It, Russell, I r. T. A. (Trigg, A. It. I lefments, Mrs. Mary iarn hatu, Mrs. J. I). '. LeAwis, alnd Mrs. ;rat vill' Steward. ANOTHER GENTLEMAN WHO KEEPS SEEING THINGS John G. Horn, Lodged in County Bastrie, Says Two Men, With Revolver and Kn,fe, Seek His Blocd. .Ihu (;. Hlh rn, a brl .er ill lt ,11111'ullia lliiik. was leprivei oftf Iris liberty by twi o lli.rc nn today for u ein.,, ilings alu intI ;i i ' l a few horror's, h(e cou i l id not se. 11 Lw ushered into tilt, prv esen of the cit' jailhrf , Ire stcuitly Mlain tained that two tio a wer after his lif' aniii woftuld nlot I ti fi,' l until they g. t it. One i lt' armedr w Iith a revolver, he said, and thice olht r 'a kiiifit, the blade of which was as long ;t , a Ilorn's actiorns wecre suclh as to leave .,o o(,ulbt that he had teen toyingl with red liiqu'r I,.iger than hre should. Ihe Iwas in the first sta.es of a heavy attack of de' liriium Irtifelns. After keeping him in the city pail a few tuijtttes, Ihe' was transfierred to the county hbastil, wheri the facilities for taking care of that c'lass f tcases are far aheadl of those of the city department. Stockholders' Meeting. I he regular annual mutitng of the stock holderst of the Western Mine Eintferprise company will be held at the office of the company, room 4 Casey block, lButte, Mon tana, on WVednesday, August 20, J,902, at Sf o'clock a. mi., for the election of a board of trustees and for the transaction of such other ousiness as may lawfully come before the mecltig. The books of the company, for the transfr the transfer of stck prior to said meeting, will close August i2, 19i2. A. J. IIUNEKIE, Secretary. hluttl, Montana, August 5, 19o02 Wireless Telegraphy Stations. uity A n :, fAt I t l 'l t.ss.] New York, August 6,-The Department of the FEast has ordered for the signal corps two wireless telegraphy stations, one at Fort Wadsworth and one at Hancock. The Montana State School of Mines third year begins Tueeday, September gi troo. For catplogues and terms addresu .School of Mines. Butte, Montana. , PARENTS OF CASEY GIRL BELIEVE LANE INNOCENT Make Wrliten Stajtcment As. inu T hat lae le rNot I'ro1,eciited Antlther S.iluonkeeprr I'ul'cd. Nitk Kn.,k, piloprihtor o the .\1mriran I I Ih, .., , bilth l? $ ig I ,l ha', ii. ;I l · .t' i liii| I' 1 ii ll ig; ill gi (h l/ iii gI(' n,.agl, I 1,,,11 Ii "', t itle \hI 11t , i IIl I, 11, w p.4 an 1r )t:d list 1 ,nine; on a s t 11h . 1 of pet ii'; r;hIl laie ill Il In f n ' III. !ii ii''.l h; i I i i .. . i a it $ 1 liii. Is l al IIhe I re 111. I ..B las uti in in fh .1 1.1iw male by I hcenwin I L llo .tn I a t 1.i ,.iv ,iI tin ' Iih i.' I.ll .ul itit, ly , v'tinilng .iild the pt, ut1r. o ft I . .1 I .1 .111 , 11 .1,.l I ' (..~"y. a I } ar uhf 1. 111, i11 m w o1 . the bh.' k r.,il .111 . It I ll, ;,.I Ih, l I iii. a m t Ili . I411 ' I.1.l h l .l )1 d1 i-.nnI.Ir.. pola i it i flu ,uI i.1 .h lg I thar i e iondlay \IMr. m tl \ii I '.i .v. the f .lithir aii mnti t r i of thei l ;.g i, nii.iih :i wri n'll ,lC tel' t fi tlhe (-itL til Ii flit", .lid i 1ll0 I live Il.t Iti had been i I. iii ly of inmI orail onIiIncl with IhI' gal aldI l.lk d th;t hlit h, nvt pro i, lite . Ahu IIe 1i Ili;t saII h l iriic. 'i leit rl i y "Aftlr llluljiyll ,/i i i " li t I h ti .i m tlll r we FINl that WOth, h LD'S BIGGEST TREEd a:5t withort an;ly nt oal whatever, aned int view hieserv fact we aik that cirtI. cha aglains MrI, I.uine he digmi, l,." l'hre siii 'I IIt.. Aiv igiulId I y rat Intil .1ili . c(asiy muil wihlniresl iy tIIuri hlardlh. Forest Giant Localed on Government Reservation in Sierras. Ifly , n:,, t! IAil'n 1'I ',n , l l resw, C'al., August o. What ndiouhlt (-,lly is till. largest know,, tree in the world has heen ,isseuverrl on the goverlnment rebevai'V nl tar i" Ill the Sierras in this cillllf y. Six licit (uon flhe griiul it tuook a lile 154 frel 5 incihrs long Ihi ucirile the tree, ltlaking it ovi 51i le lI i l diamieter. FISHINN TACKLE SPORIING GODS .....Best Quality at Low Price:..... You Can Buy of Us The se;iie liles as other d ialers sell At Exactly 25% Cheaper Try tus. We gluar:ult-e ll good:. fishing Tackle, Iltia hall (;nods, Tennis, Gulf, anud ,il In .1114d ()it the goods srid the I'we"t prices. Montana Book Co. Corner Park and Academy Sts. New Clark Building Like No Other Train There is no other train like tihe St. Louis Special. It is a daily train from Northwest to Southeast. Carries standard anld tourist sleepers, also dining car and chair car to Kanisas City; chair car to St. Louis. Runs via Ilillings. Shortest line, and mnakes fast time. LH. . RUCEI. A, s. 8s East road'way. But, Ul s . a. lUlUR., Ceieral 14gn41, iUnge Mont. How About Your Clothes We call for your Suit, sponge It, press it and deliver it, each week, at $a.oi ncr month. Cleaning and Dying, City Steam Dye Works, tot West Granite street. 'Phone, 8a6M. ALBERT BARCLAY, Prop. CRYSTAL SPRINGS Music Day and Night. Day time stage, round trip..... 2S Wght o'clock stage, including bath and fare........ ..... Soc C'. LANGLOIS, Prop. WAH J. LAMBS' Celebrated Ilrth Stni. tarilum. (;uarantees to cure all diseases by I.lcala ef famous Chi nese medilicine, never hieftaore introdluccd into thlIs country, which have curel thousands. and can cure you. Advice free. , West Galena street, Butte, Montana. - -- -- 2--s °o Butte. Mont. o S Capital..... $Soo,ooo.o 0 o Under state runervision. Five per 0 o tent iuterest, payalle uuarterly, O o paid on deposits. O O 0 o Money to Lean on ° o o $ Real Estate 0 0 F. AUG. IIEIN/E.....reilent 0 o A. IT7. (.illMNTi. ... Cashier 0 0000000000000000000000000 00000000000300300000C00000 O SSTA I[SAVINGS BANK 0 0 o o 0 Johb. A. C(rKietont....... lresident 0 G. W. Staialet'n ...Vice Presilent 0 o T. l. Iiodgruns ......... Cashis.r o J. O. 11odgrns Assistant Cashier C o R. B. Nucklls.. .Assistant Cashier O O 0 o O I'nletr state 5sraervision and o Sjuricht lion. ilntrest paid on deo o 0 po"its. O O Sells earhan'ge availavte in all 0 0 the principal cities of the United O 0 States and Europe. Collections 0 O promptly ntterlced to. 0 0 Transact general banking lushcess, O I hectnrs: J. A. Creighton, Onma. 0 0 ha; G. W. Stapleton. A. II. Itarret. U 0 E. ). Levitt, S. V. Kemlper, T. M. o IIo lgens, J. 0. Ilocidens. 0 o Corner Main and Park Sts., rutte. 0 0 0000000C0000000000000oG 000, 0000000000000000 00000000 0 0 The First National Bank o S1Of Btutte. a 0 0 o (rEstablished 1879.) 0 0 0 o Capilal ....... - 2OLO01 o (IENI!RAI. BANKING 8 o 0 o Drafts drawn on all principal cities 0 o of the World and Letters of Credit O o issued. 0 0 0 ANDREW J. I)AVIS.... President 0 SIAMES A. TALIIOTT..Vice Pres. 0 o E. II. WEIRICK..........Cashier a J 1. S. DUJ'ITON..Assistant Cashier 0 oooooooooo0000000000000000oo000 0000000000000000000000000 o 0 o W. A. Clark. J. Ross Clark. 0 o o §W. A. CLARK & BRO. , o BANKERS 0 O Transact Gcncrul Banking BusIlnss O o 0 O Idly gold .tust, gold liar , silver 0 0 bullion and local securities. 0 0 0 O flnxes for refit it, safe depshit 0 o vault. 0 0 Sell exchanne avall;ble In all of a a the principal cities of the Unitedl a O States ad lEurope. 0 a Special attentiun given to culle-. 0 0 tions. 0 0 ALEX J. JOHNSTON, o 0 Cashier. o 0000000000001)000000000000 000000000 VOOC 000000000000 o a o DALY O O O o BANK AND TRUST COMPANY o OF' BUTTE 0 SLEstabllshed 1882 IncorporateJ 1931 0 o o o Cripital... $100,000.J03 o o o General o Banking Business O 0 0 o ------ 0 SJOIIN D. RYAN........President o o JOHN R. TOOLE..Vice President 0 O C. C. SWINORNE...... Cashier 0 R. A. KUNKEL.....Asn't Cashier 0 O o 000 CO 00 000000000000000 0000 C. R. Leonard, Pros, T. R. Hinds, VPres, Fayette Harrlngton, Cashier Silver Bow National Bank CAPITAL, $100,000.00 . This bank solicits accounts, offers prompt and careful attention to business of cus tomers. Collections promptly attended to and remitted for on day of collection, Sell foreign and domestic exchange, trans act a general baAking business, pay in. ternt .on time deposits. Disector,--Charles R. Leonard, F. Aug. IKelnze, S. Marchesaeau. A. Balmnforth, R. A. Louis, C. W. Newton, T. R. Hinds, John MacGinnis, Fayette llarringtoa.