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II I o tn It t Ie S I ImII PIPEFITTER KILLED AT OGREAT NORTH'ER'N SHPS Frank Shepard Caught in Revolving Sh-.t and Dashed to Instant Death, His Body Being Badly Cut Up. Fsi'ECIAi 10T INTI'R M51 NI N IN.1. Ilavre, August, 15.-Frank SlwpardI, a pipetitter in the Great Northernii shops, was instantly killed yesterday at 8:3o o'clock by bering caught uiponi the' shafting in the blacksmith shop. The coroner's jury brought 11n a verdict of accilental death. Testimony showedl he was working in a dangerous position without scatnohling, though tihe sulprintendent of thle slhop had given pernlission to have the scalTilding erected wherever necessary. Other wit tiesses declared his position was applarently Perfeetly safe. Thlie jury's verdict does not fix the blame, simply describing the killing as an acci dent. Ills body was horribly mtangled. Probably the first revolution upon the shaft caused death. Shepard received a ter rific blow upon the headl and both leg-s were broken and tmangled. FINAL ASSESSMENT WILL SHOW DIFFERENT FIGURES Changes Have Been Made in Many Coun ties Since Reports Were Made to State Board of Equalization. [SPECIAl. TO INTER MhIOINtA1N., IHlenlla, Augullst rS.-Indicatiions now are that the final assessment of property in the state will be far different fromn the orlg inal retlurns nuirle by the assessors of the Counties to J. J. Ryan, clerk of the state board of equalization. Reports received Iy Mr. Ryan from the county clerks, who ittakle returns on the actions of the county hoards of equalization, show that a great tmany chllanges have been mniade. Seven eounties were heard from yes terday. The reports of the county clerks, showing thlt chantiges made by the cotunty bioards, in each instanle show that the pqualirclrs f.ntiil grounds for Inakin.g con siderable reduction and lncrease. .\11 of these reports will stand as the otflilial as sessmni t of the property inll the (onllties. To it will he i.dled the railroad apportion Ilnent Inad.e by the state board. SWIRLING WATERS SWEEP FEET FROM UNDER WOMAN Miss Emma Johns of Dillon Attempts to Wade the Big Hole River and Is Swept Down and Drowned. [s.'lTIAIl Ti INTER Mat i'Nf.\ IN.i I)illn, August 15.--Miss EItiiiia Johns was drowned yesterday in the Big II le river, a few miles below Willis. With her sister, Mrs. Charles Perry, and a few other residents of Argienta, she left l)illon to enjoy a few days' fishing. The men tool,, the women aid children across thie river to a place which afforded better lishing and cautioned the. to stay until they camine after them. Miss Johns became tired of the fishing Iand started for the campiiL. She attemptliled to waide the river anm1 wheln within a few fec t of the shore s liut her footing and went under. The dead girl had beeni a residellt of Dlilloni for two years atitnd hald been etimployedil tle greater part of that time ill Mrs. Iliart's miilli Cery store. Shelit was -.3 years old alnd a inative of Iliasol, 111.. whetre her larents res.ile. CHILD TAKES BURNING ACID Little Hazel Zembower of Lothrop Is in Serious Condition. [SPII'ECI.I. 10 INTIR 1iii'N1AIN.l Missoula, August I5.--Hlazel, the 231 mnonths-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Zemblower, who, with her mother, has been visiting her grandmother, Mrs. II. . Whllite, at the corner of \ est ave nue and North Sixth street, swallowed almost two ounces of carbolic acid yester day and her condlition today is uncertain. Dir. and Mrs. Zembower and their chil dren live at I.othrop. The little girl went to the commode, where there were several other bottles containing nothinlg that would harm and toon the one containing the acid. Dentist Held Under Bond. IsPI'iIAM. '1i INTIiR MI'N T.TAIN.] Virginia (ity. August c.-Dr. Edwin Spencer, who w\as arrested on a warrant charging him with practicing dentistry without a permit from the state board of dental examiners, was brought here Wed nesday by Under Sheriff Ilustead. In the absence of Justice of thei Peace Johnson, County Attorney Duncan agreed to ac cept a cash bond of $50 for the appear ance of Dr. Spencer next Wednesday for a ireliminary hearing. I)r. Spencer put uti the cash and returned to the Madison valley. To Meet at Missoula. [SPECIAI. TO INTER MOI'NTAIN.] Missoula, August IS.-The Knights of Pythias grand lodge will meet in Mis soula on September :6, and a large attend ance is expected. The local members are arranging the details for the meeting. The delegates to the supreme lodge of the world, which is now in session at San Francisco, will be back before the grand lodge meeting and their reports to the state body will be an important feature of the meeting. Ernest Baker Buried. (SPECrIAL TO INTER MOUNTAIN.] Tozeman, August :5.-Ernest Baker, who committed suicide in Helena Tues 'day, was buried yesterday from the Pres byterian church, the Rev. Barr Harris of the Methodist church, south, officiating. 'Among the mourners were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baker, Henry Baker, Jr., and Mrs. ,Iarris Kirk, near relatives of Baker. A number of Spanish-American war veterans were present at the funeral. Addressed Conductors. [SPECIAL. TO INTER M UNTAIN.] Billings, August as.-L. E. Shepperd of Camden, N. J., grand senior conductor of the Order of Railway Conductors, spent the day in the city yesterday, en route East from a trip to the coast, and de livered an address before the local lodge of conductors. Loepeer Divorce Suit. B3illings, August IS.--Catherine Loepeer filed a suit in the district,court yester day asking for a divorce from her hus band, Fred Loepeer. She alleges that they were married in Deer Lodge on Septem her to, 1893, and that a few years later she was (deserted by the defendant, who has since failed to provide for her sup port. WRLLSTREET STOCKS (Troday' . totations. ) rns ..;55o l.r .tf PHIS. ,] New York, Augutst t5.--The stock mar ket ope ned active and lirm with Southern and Illionj Pacific the conspiclous figures. 'The-re were simultaneous opening sales of 1,000 shares of the former at 72 to 7t 2, compare'd with 71)1 last 'night, and the latter was carried up s1 by successive pur rhases of blocks of I,0o) to I,51 . shares. Smnall fractional gains were the rule throughout the list. 'I le market was quicter at II o'clock, with the graini carrying stocks showing lInaviness. Southwestern stocks w'1e sold heavily. A rapid rise of yi in Pennsyl vania was inlclectual in checking the sell Ioloils were irregular. Prices were car iced below last night generally, and gains were wiped out in PI'ennsylvania, Southern l'acilic, .Louisville, (Canadian 'Pacific and Rock Island and hocking Valley. Net losses reached a point or more in Mis soturi Pacific, Texas Pacific, Norfolk & Western, St. P'aul, Atchison and Illinois Central. Great PNorthern rose nearly a point. The (uark t rallied slightly and becalnme very dull. Salt Lake Stocks. (Reported by (oe ('o:nlnission Co.) S;alt I.ake, August 15.--.Stocks closed at notn todlay as follouws: A jax ...... ................... 3$ . 4'; C(oi. M eIrcu. (bid) .............. ..'5) ( arisa (Iidj .................... .- C'entury ...... ................. .05 Ca' lifornia ....... .............. .z.. I)aly-W est I bid) .............. 52..') Bowers (bid ) ................... .o,.1 I.arctine (bid) ................... .07 1¼ I.ower Mammnlloth (lid) ........... 1..7 Ally I)ay ....................... .6. OItntario hil) .................... 8.(7! 't rto , hid, . ' talh hidI .................... .51 Uncle :oan (bid) .............. ..-8 Victorr .hi, .................... .. o Yankee (bitI) .................. .7b New York Stocks. (Reported by toe (Conutmission (Co.) New York, August 15.--)lpening and clositig prices today: (Open. ('lose. A mtierican lee ............. 1.( II' ldo. preferred ............ 41)i .14. A lllrlnl llateld ('Ioplper ...... 15 i 5 Atclhi..sont. lTopeka & Santa Fe .301 9'2, do. preferred ............. o.7 in !-I.. ilaltimore & Olhio ........ i.. i) I~o Birouoklyn Rapid " ransit .... 67!a 67 ', (. anall ian Pacilic ........... 13) 138'i ('., C., C. & St. tLouis . ... tl i t 1,6, tlontincinta;l Tobacco Co.... I 'l 2I i ('hesapeake & I(hio ........ S. . 55 t i C'licalgo & Alton ............ i3't 4.1 ('lionradl Sluthterti ........ ..1 1 . ,1.3'J ('Colorado fuel & I ron ...... 49 0Uil ( hicago (rea;t Westernl ..... I33 327 Chicago, Ind. & Louisville.. 76)'.; 7 ('to solidatcd (;as .......... 2'7s .23 Erie ........................ 4. .i do first preferred ....... 6,1 68( l.i Great Northern preferred ..... .? '-.1 Ilockiug Valley Railway .... tI I ut'li Illinois Central ............. 6o,! 168-4, Iowa C'entral ............. 5 1 X 5o'I KantLsas City Sutlhern ..... 6.1 64 Louisville & Nashville ..... i51 1 1.5. Leather ......... ......... 13', 1t.1 Manhattan (,lisolidated . . . . 1 35' i 13 i MI., St. I'. & S. Ste. ..... Ni...... 6 ' (61 Metropolitan Traction .....I.it' 148' texican (Central .......... .(1 i 31) Missouri Pacific .... ....I lI)' I1o .Missouri, Kan;lsas & Texas.. ,1.' 1 3i 7 do preferred .... ....... 64 61 New York C'entral .........16.; 164 Norfolk & Western ........ 70 71 No'rthwestern .... ........ .13'i 2413 O()ntario & Western .. .... 337, 33i' P'ennsylvania Railway ..... S 7s 1 (o P., ('.. C. & St. I...........o l, 6I l,5' Republic Iron & Steel ...... 1I to I Reading .... ............. 6638 66., do Ist preferred ........ 881 88'1 Southern Railway ......... 40 ). 40 Southern lPacific .... .... 73 72K St. L.ouis & Southwestern.. 38R: 38', St. I.. & S. F., c lnnlol..... 8 80oI Smelter ................. 48 48 Sttgar Refinery ............I33,A 132¼ St. Paul .. ........ .........186 i 1,85. Tennessee Coal & Iron...... 68; 68j, le as PIacific .. ........... 51A, 50o Twin City R. T. Co........iz6¼ 126, Union Pacific .............o9)4 to80 United States Steel ........ 4o7/ 4o0' do preferred ........... 90o4 9o4% W abash ...... .... -...... 32 3t/ do preferred ......... --48i 47¼V Western Union .......... 93 92.J Wisconsin Central ........ 28.. 28, do preferred .......... 97'/ 97/4 Total sales, 622,000. Money, 4 per cent. COMMISSlIO COE COMPANY I (CNoonloPureo) Capital and Surplus $100,000.00. Ge'I Offices Bank of Commerce Sld1., Mnlneapolis, Alnm. Stocks, Bonds, ORAIN AND PROVISION8 Bought and sold for cash or ce margins for future delivery. We own and operate the most extensive private wire system in the United States. We uarantee the ezecutles of orders when rIlts are reached. Valuable book of statisticts free on ap plicatlon. REFRBINCES: 56 Nat'l end State banks BUTTE OrflCE, IlRBOUR BLD'O A. J. DARCH. Local Manager. Inter Mountain I Cont "Wants" A Word WANT AD. RATES. Funeral and death notices, fraternal so cicty notices, entcrtainment notices, cards of thanks, to cents a line each insertion. Help wanted, situations wanted, houses and rooms, real estate, etc., is words or les, s5 cents; t6 words to ao words, no cents; a: to as words, a5 cents. No discount for additional insertions. Personals, fortune telling, palmists, pro prietary remedies, a cents a word each insertion; $2.no per month per line. ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS. Addressed care the Inter Mountain and left at this office, should always be in closed in sealed envelopes, No stamp is required on such letters. 'I 1 Inter Mountain will not be responsi lle for errors in advertisements taken through the telephone. HELP WANTED. WANTED-BOYS, A. D. T. COMPANY, WAN'JI) --MANAGER FOR NEW branch of our business here in Butte city. Address at once, with references, Alfred Morris, wholesaler, Cincinnati, O. Wanted-i5 girls for general housework. WVanted-5 girls for dining-room work, in anrd out of town. Wanted--r chambermaid in city. Wanted-3o section men near town. Wanted-- oo men for Yellowstone Park. Wanted--soi men for Anaconda railroad work. Wanted-so laborers for railroad on (;reat Northern road. Wanted--3 women cooks, out of town work. \'antcld--i first-class seamstress. Inquire, Free Public Employment office. WAN'IiTED- One girl for Ileer Lodge. Gen eral house work. WANTErl -A lirt class cook for short order restaurant. WANTI'I:)---lluusckcepcr to cook for five meon. WVAN' "'I- -3 girls for general housework; p$5 .'r nm)lth; out of town. Wanted,-Two women cooks, out of toiw ; gonod Ipoitions to the right partiesI Wantedl-Women cooks for city. \Vantedl-- -. man cook for out of to ~. \atcd - f hotel waitrc-ses ont of It twn. Wanteld 2 hotel w:aitreses for city. \Vutited (girls for domestic work out of Wanted Girls for houn.work io city. \W:ante.i - Man cook for oaut of town, good position to right patty. Waited lirt cla,, waiter fr hotel. anteid l'three quairry mnti, w,.es $.t.oo per daly., in lhour, swork. A\pply City lI.tuiIoyi.ent Ilttrieait. hIniir., Frec I'uilic Iuilhoymeiut Office. FOR RENT. 1t )R PI NT --'I'R.\ NSI ENT Rt tOM ., nicely furnishlehd. I; South \Wyuoming st;ruet. OitR I NT' I . RNISE) R ).MS Everything fi irst -class, with all modern imllrov\eients from $bom., lI. at Hotel Oxford, 3n. South Main street. FiiR RItINT -AT THE U l'TUN I'LOCIK 1 furnished rooms for light hlousekeeoing. witlh it a telr, electric light, etc.. 4t1.~ South Main street. [-IR I~-ENT-- A NICEL.Y Ft'RNISHED front riai, excellent tcation. at $12.0oo Iocr Inonth. 415 Siutlt Main street. I t R : RENT -A P .lAS.\NT FROtNT ro it I ith private filmnily of two. All ,O R RENT- -so SO)I'II tOI.tRA)D street, furnished roomsl with or without h.ara'd. "( 1? RI.NT T- IFl'RNIS I,) 1.O)S)\1 with excellent table board. 4.| Colo ral. street. F"ºiR REINT--- NICIEI. F'IRNISIIlD ) rooms, all moIerat coniveiences. lath, hot anid cold water, steam heat, electric lights; $t..0o and $,2.oo. Ilooper FUIt ItEINT-- lURNISIL RO)OMS AT 20 West Quartz, FOR l'ENT -NEIA'I.TY 1ERNISIIHEI) ro.sts. .la West Quartz. FOtR RENT -I.1G1"I" Il I'SIKEEPING( rooms; 1nice location. 30 West Quartz, FO(R IRNT---N EATLY \ FURNISIIIED) roomst; prices reasonable. No. 27 \Vest Quartz. FtR IRENT-FL'RNISHED R t))MS BY day, week or month, at 22 East Broad way. FOLR RENT --FURNISl -D ROOMS for light housekeeping. 316 East Broad way. FOR RENT-FLRNSIttEl) ROOMS AT 35.1 East Broadway. FUR RENT--NICELY FURNISHED rooms; good location. 361 last Broad way. FOR RENTl'-GOOD FURNISHIED rooms; prices reasonable. 402 East Broadlway. FOR RENT-NICEI.Y FUt.RNISHED rooms at 422 East Broadway. FURNISIHED ROOHMS AT THE REAL ty house-day, week or month, corner of Arizona and East liroadway. FOR RENT-NICELY FURNISHIED rooms; also two neatly furnished rooms at $5.oo per month. Eniuire 20 West Park Street. FOR RIENT-NICELY I'URNISHED rooms, bea.t location in city, excellent cafe in connection. sot West Granite street. FOR RENT-NICELY FURNISHED rooms at 320o West Broadway. FOR RIENT-A NEWLY FURNISHED room at $8.00. 222 West Broadway. FOR RENT-OFFICES AND FUR nished rooms, with all modern improve ments. s75 West Park, over postoffice. FOR RENT-NEWLY FURNISHED rooms, centrally located, with all modern conveniences, corner East Park and SArizona streets. Bennett block. FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS BY day, week or month; transient trade a specialty. Exchange House, 17 South Main. George C. Fitschen & Bro., pro prietors. FOR RENT-NICE OUTSIDE ROOMS for $So and up; good location. Lies block, corner Colorado and Porphyry streets. Advertise Your Wants In The Inter riountaln FOR RENT-NEWLY FURNISHED rooms, centrally located, with all mod ern conveniences. Ito Dakota block, corner Galena and Dakota streets. FOR RENT-NEATLY FURNISHED rooms, opposite car line, centrally located; prices, $a.oo to $3.oo. No. i33 East Park. Wells block. FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS cheap. New Gay & Grady block, No. I West Mercury street. Al modern con veniences. 'OR RENT-NICELY FURNISHED rooms at reasonable prices,. as W. Cop per street. F O R RENT - ELEGANTLY FUR ntished rooms, under new management; everything first-class. S5 East Park Foster block. FOR RENT-NEWLY FURNISHED rooms, first-class location, situated near the three leading hotels; best of service; rates reasonable. Tallant block, corner Park and Wyoming streets, Butte. TilE ELWOOD-NICELY FURNISHED rooms; transients a specialty. 56 East Broadway, Butte. THE STEELE BLOCK-316 NORTH Wyoming street. N wly furnished rooms, $to.oo and up; meals ace. )FOR REiNT--NEWILY FURNISHED rooms, single and double beds. Hot water, bath, electric lights, by day, week or month; rates reasonable; one of best locations in the city. 24o East ilroadway. Mrs. Agnes Tallow, Pro prietress. IF()R RENT-NEATLY FURNISHED rooms at 4JJ East Broadway. FO()R RENT--NICELY FURNISHED rootmu, good location. 445 East Broad way. ifR i l HN'I'---NI"L.tI.Y FURNISHED rooms, very desirable. 3jo East Gran IFOI RHl:N I--OOMtS WITlI ALL MOD e It convenCiIICet. 104 East Granite. I iR RENT.---ONE NICELY FUR n.lithed room, in pIrivate family, cheap. No. 4 (rescent street. F1'. RENT--NIcELY FURNIShED roomlls. $.00 ti, with bath and elec tic Iig-lht. -. Sooth Arizona street. FOR Ul:.NT--j-ROOM FURNISH11IE hlouse, $17.oo. Call 107 West Broadway, room No. I. F 0 I RENT -NICE FURNISIIHUE r,,oo,.s, with hot and cold water; all iulldern conventienc -s. Prices reasoo a;bl, $So :lind tpI. 341 South Arizona. tit 1Missoula Mlock. FiIR R1;NT-T\\' I. . NICEIL. ' FUR nIished rooms for light hotusekeeping at a ba;rgain. .117 South Arizona street. Call in the rear. WHY DON'T U MOVE? The best light housekeeping building in Butte, the C.aplice, corner Park and Mon tuna. Roins. fronm $5 per month and up: iincludtes cl tric light, heat, baths, etc. Apply to tootl 23, over Sutton's Family Theater. Elegant rooms, one flight up. $5 per week; two flights., $4 per e"cek; three flights, from $8 to $to per mtonth. No house keeping kids or dogs. All front rooIms; have n,a backr, side or middle rooms. Corner Montina and Broadway. The BIroadway, aipily at olfice or room t8 sec ond floor. )IrCK SUTTON. Manager. BOARD AND ROOM. t'A .\RI) AND ROO tM-BOARD AND) rmli by the day, week or month. So W\est Graiiite street. THE IIAZEL-FIST-CILASS ROOMS; best ( cation i:t the city; excellent table board. Meals 35c; by month, $25.oo; hy we, k, $7.00. 124 Ea t Granite street. IF)R R I -ENT --FL'RNISFI1 E) ROt )MS, with or without board, at 434 East IBroadway. S:(R RENT--Ii FR F YOU FIND roomes and board, everything first-class. .162 Fast Broadway. HOUSED. (ItR Ii ENT--FIOt'RIt ROOM MODERN Ilat at a Iarg:.in. Enquire at Ilhtel Ox ford. .oo South Main street. 'OR) RENT - NICELY FURNISIIED four-room ilat, with bath : centrally located. Address Box 716 Butte. I OR RI.-NT--BIARBER SHOP. TWO chairs. Good location and doing a good busin-ess. Or will sell tile furnishings cheap. Charles L. Smith & Co., 33 West Granite street. FOR SALE. Fl R SAEI.I--TEAM, WAGON AND harness, suitable for camtping purposes. Inquire at 10o Soutth ()hio. I IItl' SAlEl I-I-RE SA.LE!-OU- ) BIG Stock of shoes, clothing and furnishings must be sold regardless of cost. ra North Wyotlming street. FUR SALE-CIIEAPI, AT YOUR OWN price, the furniture of a 43 roont lodg ing house, good location, doing a first class business. The Grandon, 227 South Main street, up stairs. FOR SALE-A SNAP-9-ROOM PRI vate lodging house doing a good busi ness. Will sell cheap for cash, at 434 Colorado street. FOil SALE--FIRST-CLASS NEW lodging house, located in the heart of city. \Will sell for $r,ooo; less than cost, on easy terms. Party wants to leave town. Addr :ss J. M., Inter Moun tain, FOR SALE-AN z8-ROOM LODGING house; $400 cash gives purchaser busi ness netting $65 a month. 6: East Park street. FOR SALE-GOOD FAMILY DRIVING horse, trap, brass-mounted harness and buggy, robes, etc., at a snap. St Hir bour building. RANCH FOR SALE-3ao ACRES OF good hay land in close vicinity to Butte. Apply to room 6rS, Hennessy Building. TAILORS. THE BIG FOUR TAILORING CO. IS always up-to-date, and prices below all competitors. Our stock is new, our prices are unequaled. The fashionable tailors. 'Phone 839 B, at No. 4 South Wyoming. M. HARSCHFELD, THE UP-TO-DATE tailor is now located at 13 North Wy oming street. My stock is large, prices low, to suit the times, Cleaning, dying and repairin. Inter Mountain "Wants" Brlng Results HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. Dinner tomorrow at Southern hotel. Dan Tewey, proprietor--nec. The most abundant meal and best-cooked food for s.c. As much as you want of any and every dish, all for asc. Try one of our dinners and be convinced that it is the best on earth for the money. -SOUP Beef Broth. -BOILED Corn Beef and Cabbage. -ROAS t Prime Cut of Beef, Brown Gravy. Leg of Mutton with Dressing. -ENTREES- - Stewed Beef, New Potatoes. Boston Baked Pork and Beans. Pigs' Feet, Spanish. Minced Veal on Tout, Codfish Balls. Cream Sauce. Blackberry Cobbler. -VEGETABLES- Steamed Potatoes. String Beans. Young Carrots in Cream. Potato Salad. -PASTRY Fresh Peach and Pumpkin Pie, Rice Pudding, Vanila Sauce. CaliforniA Stewed Peaches. Special for 4 p. m.-Beefsteak, Spanish. Canned Salmon, Cold Meats. SPOKANE BAKERY AND COFFEE HOUSE. THE UP-TO-DATE EATING HOUSE. The only place to get i good square lunch and cup of good coffee for the least money. toy South Main street. NOODLE PARLORS. SHANGHAI NOODLE PARLORS, IM porters of tne teas. Chinese and Japan ese fancy goods. IIning Fay & Co., 28 West Mercury. COLLECTIONS. BUTTE ADJUSTMENI' COMPANY L.U-I lects bad btlls; try it its 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 - I OW sates. Roon. a, 77 Wect Broadway. MONEY TO LOAN -- JACKMAN & Armitage Co.. Hirbour block, N. E. cor ner Main and Broadway. FURNI1 lRE. SECAND-IIAND GOODS BOUGHT and sold: freight paid to neihboring towns. Occhsli, 42 W. B'dway storage. WANTED-WE MUST HAVE SECOND hand furniture; we pay highest prices; just starting. Feldman's, 124 South Main street. LOST. LOST-FRIDAY EVENING, SMALL buckskin pony saddle and halter; branded letter J, upside down, on right shoulder. Return to or notify G. N. Buyer, 135 East Park. I.OST-$s.oo R\WARI). MEMORAN dum book with elastic on end, red cover, containing papers. The finder will he rewarded by leaving same at G. N. ticket office, 43 N. Main street. PLUMBERS' SUPPLIES. A. J. WALKER, THE PLUMBER, IS now located at ioa East Park street. Carrying a full line plumbers' supplies. --- -I------- -- - - MEDICAL. MONTANA VIAVI COMPANY, 312 Goldberg block, Butte. We treat success fully diseases of women, catarrh, stom ach and bowel troubles. Vapor baths and massage treatment in connection. PALMIST. MAZIE, PALMIST, CARD READER; readings, 5oc. 214 South Idaho. CARPET CLEANING. WEST SIDE ELECTRIC CARPET cleaning Co., 130o W. :roadway. Tele phone 867A. OREGON MARKET. Prime Rib Roast, 12;c. Pot Roast, Sc. Boiling Beef, 5c. l.eg of Mutton, toc, Jersey Butter, 25c. Ranch Eggs, aSc. LYMAN & ALCOTT, Props. 103 West Granite Street. THE COLUMBIA MARKET. TIlE ONLY FIRST-CLASS MEAT market on West Granite street; always on hand choice meats. 140 West Gran ite street. LADIES' TAILOR. SPIEGEL, THE ONLY LADIES' tailor in town. Work guaranteed, prices moderate. 112 West Granite. DRESS CUTTING SCHOOL. DRESS CUTTING SCHOOL- CUT ting, fitting and trimming all kinds of ladies' garments taught at so7 West Park Street. DRESSMAKING. ACCORDEON AND SUNBURST pleating, 1a2 West Broadway, Butte. Mrs. Ollie J. Dial. LOAN OFFICE. SIEGEL'S LOAN OFFICE-s8 E. PARK street. Money loaned on every article of value. FURS. FURS. HAVE YOUR FURS REPAIRED AND remodeled before the season sets In. We do first-class work only. Prices reason able. Give us a call before going else. where. William Schultz, 129 West Broadway, Butte. MISCELLANEOUS. HAIR GROWING TREATMENT. Prof. J. H. Mendell's hair growing treat ment, for baldness, falling hair, dand ruff and all scalp diseases, tells how to grow hair. Gentlemen and lady agents wanted. P. O. box 1293. Tele phone, 78t-B. eeOR SALE-FURNITURE IN EIGHT room house; close In; $aoo, J7. . Rick ards Co., 49 East Broadway. Inter Mountain Cent "Wants" A Word WANTED TO RENT-Four modern furnished housekeeping rooms by fam ily of three adults. D. W. T., Inter Mountain. SEWING MACHINES-AT A SNAP, latest style, Wheeler & Wilson Cabi net sewing machines and drop headi at half price. sta East Park Street. THE MONTANA TRANSFER CO. IS the largest and most thoroughly equipped outfit in the city and will give you best service. Office s5 West Broad way. Telephone, 23 ; postoffice box, 763. THE ONLY FIRST-CLASS CIGAR AND confectionery store between library and Sutton's Broadway theater. Our stock fresh and up to date always. 13o04 West Broadway. WE ARE INSTALLED IN OUR NEW quarters, No. ao West Broadway, with best storage room in the city, and filling fast. Our household furniture trade is enormous-occupies five-story building. Only house in the city that occupies a five-story building. Our house has the confidence of the people. We treat the people right. We pay the best prices. We store your goods the best. We pack and ship your furniture anywhere at reasonable rates. We exchange; in fact, we handle your goods any way you want it. BUTTE EXCHANGE FUR. CO. J. CHAUVIN. Mgr. m Through Scenic eolorado Good way Eest? Of course it is. It takes you through Salt Lake and Denver, past the grandest scenery on the con tinent. At Denver you get aboard a Burlington Flyer that lands you at Omaha, Chicago, Kan sas City or St. Louis safely, quickly, comfortably . Thro' sleeping cars daily Ogden to Chicago. Dining cars and library cars East of Denver. H. . RUC.L, ske as gast sroadway, SuNt, Meas. N R.U. SECUR, Ceneral ,gent, Billings, Mont. NORTH COAST LIMITED 1 Observation Cars fElectric Lighted Steam Heated BUTTB. SCHEDULU Arrive Depart a :orth Coast Ltd. 7 10 pm 20 WESTBOUND. 20 North Coast Ltd. EASTBOUND. 350 anm 4 0 am Sleeper on this train open for re ception of passen gers at 9:30 p. m. No. 13-From all 10 55 am ...... points cast ..... No. r4-To all points cast .... .... .. 8 1 pm No. 5-From N. P. local points west of Billings, and all B. and M. R. points, and to all 105 m points west .... 5pm I 15p No. 6-Front all points west a.l to N. P. points to Billings and all B. and M. R. points .........1240 am 1250 a Passengers for Norris and Pony and Alder branches leave Butte on No. 14, connecting at Whitehall and Sappington for branch line points. Passengers from these points connect at Sappington and Whitehall, arriving at Butte on No. 5. W. H. MERRIMAN, General Agent, Corner Park and Main streets. Six Million Dollars Spent by the U.P. R. R. Co In anproving what ups originally the Sant track is the West. RESULT. A e nH.ratlvely strallght and level roadbed ballasted with dustless She nasa granite. renderipg possible the highest rate of speed, together with the greatest degree of safety. Thu mugntude of the work must be sees ''o e appreciated. WHA'r DOES IT MEAN? fteid comfort, security and pleasure to trur patrons. ARE YOU GOING EAST? yI so, you cannot afford to to vis an otler than this ROYAL HIGHWAY. Further inlormation on spplication parsonall or by letter to . 0., WILSONO. 0 . L. Butte. Montana. INJICTION. A PERMANENT CURE Sof he most obtinate pasee of Gonorrhmaa ild tleet, guaranteead in from 8 to 6 days i no oatler treatment roquircd. Bnid oy all ruggistls. vi.RId n AýI11VN