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TODAY'S NEWS FROM THE SMELTER CITY
SOLUTION OF SMOKE PROBLEM AT LAST APPEARS TO BE IN SIGHT Erection of Huge Stack, Thousands of Feet Above the Valley,, Will Carry Off Vapor. Anaconda, Feb. It.-For months there have been rumors of the perfection of some plan by which the smoke and noxious gases from the new smelters would be taken care of and rendered harmless. It has finally been decided that the host plan for the purpose is to build a monster stack and build it so high that it will carry all of the escaping poison so high in the air that it will toe carried of anlid dissaemiinated in a way that it will be abso lutely harmless. It is also contemplated that by the building of the flue and stack DRINK SAID TO HAVE BEEN THE CAUSE OF DOWNFALL Old Man McGarvey Arrested on Sus picion and a Choice Collection of Articles Are Found on Him. t'PECIAL TO Tall INTER aStutNTAIN. Anaconda, Feb. it .-Dennas McGarvey, a man about to years of age, was arrest ed by the police of this city yesterday. When searched at the station a pair of rubber hoots, an adge, new gloves, spools of thread and a box of paint brushes were found on him. A report was sent to the police yesterday that an old mlan had stu len several articles from the Strain de partinent store. McGarvey was found ont East Third street. When tile old man saw the otfier he mtade an attempt to hide the rubber boots under his overcoat. lie was taken to the police station, and when searched a supply of dillfferent articles large enough to mtake a good showing in a second-hand store were found concealed about his per son.l Ile was asked where hr got the thinti, andt replied that he had pIurclhased them. but that he could not remelnlber where, as there were ito persons in the store at the time that he got them. I.ater in the day wore articles were fountd in a saloon where .Mct ar cy hal tradel them for drinks. The old mnan has been irought to his present conditin through drink. liHe was sent to the county jail and will be given a hrearing tottmorruw. HE PLEADS NOT GUILTY George E. .ohnaton Arraigned Before Jusr;ce Hendricks. I'i. r1st. i , IN Itx 1, MOTN I LI.. Anaconda, Fei. it.--(corge E. Johnston, wIho was broullit from Helena yesterday by S.ncrilf Storrar charged with larceny as bailer, was arraigned before Justice of the Peace Hlendricks yesterday and took the statutory time to plead. Thi, morning.li he was brought in asnd plead not guilty, and haId hli hearilg set for ito o'clock Friday morning. liH has not yet secured countsel to de f-enl him. AMUSEMENTS Anaconda, I'eb. . I.-Frank laniels sings some decir ly futllnny songs inll hli new musical comely hit, "Miss Siimplic ity," in which he js it appear with his big rempany at the Margaret theater to night. Last wi:ter with this piece M.lr. D)anielsc ecljo)yc. one of tile most ttc cessful runs of the season r l n New oiirk. at the Casino. anlld these itllny snllg. of his, with their catchy airs, set the whole town not only to whistling Ibut to laighl ing as well. Among the ihet of tnle songs that fall to his lot in "Mliss Simplicity" are "l)on't Miln Me," "lobbhy. the Stun day School Boy." "The Ch..stnutty I.an guage of Lovers" and "Thu Interrogative L`,tigd." FOR WOMEN Much That Every Woman Desires to Know About Sanative Antisep tic Cleansing And About Curing Ulcerative Pains and Weaknesses. Too much stress cannot be placed on the great value of ('uticura Soap, Oint ment and Pills in the antiseptic cleans ing of the mucous surfaces and of the blood and circulating fluids, thus satrding pure, sweet and economlcal local and constitutional treatment for weakening discharges, ulcerations in fjammations, i.chlngs, Irritations rela ations, displacements, pains and Irregu larities peculiar to females. Hence the Cutlcqra remedies have a wonderful Influence In restoring health, strength and beauty to weary women, who have been prematurely aged and In valided by these distressing ailments, as well as such sympathetlc aflotions as anaemia chlorosis, hysteria, nervous noess and debility. Women from the very first have fully appreciated the purlty and sweetness, the power to afford Immediate relief the certainty of speedy and permanent cure, the absolute safety and great economy which have made the Cuticura Sonp, Olntment and Pills the standard skin cures and humour remedies of the civilized world. Millions of the world's beat people use Cutlcura Soap, assisted by Cuticura Olotment, for preserving, purifying and beautifying the skin, or cleansing the scalp of crusts, scales and dandruff, and the stopping of falling hair, for -sotenogt wlItening and soothlng red rough and lore hds, Into the form o bathe for annoylng Irritations, induam. oations aOd uloraitre weaknesses, and for many sanatbee, antiseptio purposes which readily surest themelves, as well as for all the purposes of the ,toilet, bath and nursery, nearly all of the poisnonm. material that IInow esciapes will e ciutllt atnd made of coimlnercial value. There will he a flue built front the smelter to a point on the hill above the works anid on thie sutmmIit of one of the high foothills, a stack will be built ,on feet in the air. 'his will put the smoke output fully non feet above the smelter, 1.400 feet ibove the city of .naconda., itInd nearly ..ooo feet abltse the D)err I.,Lodge valley. All of the s.mlter smoke will he sent through this flue. and there is nlo ldoubht SHERIFF AND SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT PAID With Exception of Assessor, All Officials Have Received Money-Done on Advice of Twohy. hPE'IAt. TO TtEI I TEIR SIOt 'Ni .tN. Anaconda. Feb. i t.-On the advice of the county attorney. Treasurer Twohy. under direction of the hoard of county commissioners, yesterday paid the salaries of the sheriff and the county school super intendent. which have been withheld for sonle timelp.,ast. With the exception if the county assessor, all of file county of ficials have now been paid their salaries for the tmonth of Janulary. The counlty attornley stated last night that he had adlvised the Ipaynlent of the salaries on the grotutd that he had no idea that the appeals to the supremlle court taken by the contesting candidates woull be perfected, except ill the case of the assessor, ill which case the bond has been filed and the c.ise is in such shalpe that the appeal will be heard in the higher court. The salary of the sse.'nnr will likely be withhclhi unitil such timle as tlhe case shall have Ibeen settled ill the sulrme cout t. GEORGE CHRONE IS NOT A BAD BOY AT HEART Got Into Dubious Company but Did Not Steal but Only Ran Away Out of Fear of Penalty. ieN I ,\I. T FIll.In 111 l. Mt .11 I,\I . .Anaconda., Feb. II.-It appears that the'r i-, anI error in the c:i.e of George ( hrone. the young lad who wa, repoirted to have runl away firomt holtme inii IHelena. a.nl who is the itn of parents living inII this city. veral weeks agu theI plarelts of young (hroie camine ito this city and b iirou; t the lad witll thl n. :\flter lbring here for a short tillhe the parents were tlakilce sick and iwere sent toi St. AItut's hhisiuitl ai the boy was senllt to a friend ini lelena. '1t hie suon of the mian with Iahom hlie was. stl ying anid younIg t'linrile became ac qlaiuntedl *with another lad of the Capital lit)y. iwho was sustl.pctel of a petty theft. The ,liicers questioned all three of the Iboys closely aind so alaned young Chlrote andl thle iboy at whose house hie was sitay iig that the two ran away oil account ofi tear of arrest. The C'hrone boy has beei returlldri to his ifolks here ;iltd seemls to be anlytlhintig biut a baild l,.uy and one who is very gladl to get hotlle. DESPERATE MINER IS A SUICIDE John Kelly Seeks Oblivion by the Morphine Route Said to Have Been Gambling of Late Alleged Love for a Wo man Known as "Blue Bird" Figures in It. Joh,ln Kelly, a mineir. comlmiitted suicide yesterday by taking somllethingiK like ,o grains ofi morlhiie. in room No. 4 of the Copper block. It is believed the drug was taken about 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon. l)eath dlid not come, however, until i :So o'clock this morning. 'IThere can lie little doubt that Killy coiiin itted suicide deliberately. lie first appeliared at the ('olpper block, which is at the corner of ( alena and Wyoming streets. .1Monday eveling last. At that time ihe gave the landlady .o cents in advance. lie was on the streets algain yesterday. and to somlle frie'nds said .he was user fromll Anllacionllda oil oa visit for a few days. It is not knlown where lie went yesterday, but he disappeared shortly before noon. Ablout 4 o'cloc'k yesterday afternoonl rooniers in the bloick heard groans coining from, Kelly's rooml, :andl some one sug greste, that thie sotulls be investigated. T'he roomll was entiered and the imian was MAY TRY IT AGAIN Sale of Danish West Indies Is Being Stirred Up Once More. iiv ASnMi IAt Lii PRI.SS. IL.ondon, Feb. ii.-The Copenhiiagein e'Or rcesponldelt of the D)aily lTelegraph learns with regard to rulmors of renewed negotia tions for the sale of the Danish West In dies,. that the Dallish government consid ers that the treaty was fiinally rejected by the l.anldsthii. in October. If matters woulld be resuimed a new treaty mllust lie concludled, but nlo steps- arc being taken in that direction. A Retributive Sting. I I;xchange.I A nili who was engaged in writing all. ecdotei. and such thItgs for publlication read his I.:test elfort to his wife. "l)on't you think that's preety good:" he asked. "'t is good. but it's not new. I have heard it before," she answered. "Yes, I know you have; but you heard it from tme. It has never been in print." "I have heard it more than once, and have told it several times myself," she in sisted. "Oh, well! I ant going to send It along." he snarled: "I don't care if you have tibd it. ,hat doesn't of absolute necessity spoil it, aThough it does, I must confess, mili tate against it a good deal." .PL that was thie reason why he had to icblsi -t on cold riutuals for a week there that all of the ohnoviouti or intt jrius rlc nlents Co1taiietl inl the ismelter smoke wl" lhe keptl within the area of the stack the' hluer n .1 in c..ltlrseul'e the dalmAtn nil stltoke which, it is ;lleged, has heretofore' benl thliiiiwii tIIo, the va.lly, will ino more afilict. The, ue nat l stack will he made of brick exC pit the fiodlation of the sltack. w hich, of ciur e. itill lie of ltC . le' it will he a tma.si.l a nliar, and is said to lie the largest loue atill i tal k ever plannliliedl in ally t.ourttry. Sttrvti.s for the structiture have beenlt rcmt plettcd. a:ud it is said th ,t ment will he put to work at tiionce onstrll ctingR it. Several hlt lrd. 111.n1 still be 'nip"ioyci tar somel nttlihs. There is genertal rejoicing .sno u the people of the city and valley over the solu tion of 'the smoke problet. SAWYER'S EXPENSES AT HELENA WILL BE PAID Probability is That the City Attorney Will Be Recompensed for Work Done for the City. .I'PI III. ' 1T T I IN II.i " 111 NTr.IN'. Anacoila, Fell. ir.--li the matter of the payment of the expena.s of City Attor ney Sawyer while looking after the inter ests of the city in HIleIna. nothing has yet , beer done by the council. It was to have been brought up at the las.t meeting, lut owing to the press of other Ibusiness and the presence of some of thet Ituttle officials, it wts laid to onlle idel' until the inext Inrt'ting. Tlhere is hNt little doublt iut that the hlll will Ihe paid, notwitnst:nditlg the kick tI;It waa Imiade. Elvery other city ill the statie sent repre senllltatives to to the meeting at Ihlelna:, anld iInt only paid the city attorneys btut the alldrmaatic comnittee also. and it is hardly prolbable that Anaconda will refuse so just anlld necessary anll epense. ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT OF THE G. A. R. COMING HERE Arrangements Perfected for Meeting of the Brave Old Boys in Blue, Who Will Flock Here. sI'F.i I.A . ti 'IIIF I IFa .M I t' Iv \I . Aniaconda, Feb. I t.-Arratemntenlt, for the antInual encallpLI'I inenLt of the Ienmclllers of the G. A. It. of this siate, which will meet in this city, will hie perrected within the next few weeks. It is the intention of the local pust to hild a meeting within the next few dlays, at wlhicll the dlate for the openiting of the encalmpnent will be i.ecidel upoln. It is thought tlhat the weather will have been sufficiently settled to hold the meet ing in Aptril or May. If the weather will permit there will Ie ; tlent city and the vetecrans will le afforded the privilege of rampnlttK ouit. Il'here are about zo minmhers of the army in this city and all ni thtiii will take am active interest its making preparat ,tis which will do credit to the' mirmlers. It is hloped that several hundred veteranls will lie prcsent, as it is the intention to turn the freedom of the city over to them; At the Leland. (Charles I. Ilanfordi antd wifet', \\ ahing tol. I). C'.: F. Lawrence Walker, J. For rester. George A. (;edding. W\ashington, I). C. ; FrIrdIerick Muench, Chicago; C. II. Aliinsoni . Ilutte; J.. E. John, l .ouisville, Ky. lying on thile I(dl unconscious and ap parently about to die. I)r. Sullivan was sutininoed and did all in his power to revive tIhe han, buit to no elfert. Kelly died shortly Iefore - o'clock It is sullpposed that after going to his rioo hie tIurted off the steagi heat, opelleitd the window and stood thlere while swal lowing the morphinc. After draining the vial of all that was in it-about 6o grains --hle threw it to the sidewalk btlow, where the blroken pieces were founid afterwards. Tl'hen, going to hed, Kelly lay down to A mlan who idhlified the remains last eight said that Kelly hadI lleen gambling, anld, having lost all he hai;,. became dcs. perate. It is said he was Ill Iivc with aL woman klown as "Itle Blird;" Ihat Ishe di sappeared recently, and tlhat this perhlapi induced Keclly to take iis own life. (orowner ',an will hold an inquest ihi.s evening. SCALE IS RECOGNIZED Elevator and Bell Boys Union in Good All Around City. 'I lie union of the Bulte Elevator and Bell lBuys havre ihad their wage scale reeng nized in all the buildings of this city. The scale of wages paid tnider thle new agree ment is $,35 a month for elevator boys in office lbuildings; $30 a month in stores, and $a5 and board in hotels. 'There are about 30 elevator boys iin the city anld the increase amliounts to about $5 ai month each. Friday and 13. What is the matter with either Friday or the number 3 ? asks lExpounder Totten. As to America, it thears i. all over its heraldry, and Friday has been its chief day (discovery of America, I)eclaration of Independence, etc.). \', have i3 letters in EI Plurihus UnunI , 1.1 more in Annuit Coeptis, both being mnottoes on our great seal. We have thirteen j1 times repeats4 on that seal. Take out a silver quarter, if you have one left, VI count the .us even on its obverse face. Dear me! Don't worry over the luckiest numlber that there is-a full baker's dozen is rt : that is, one is for good measure, pressed down and run ning over. Manasseh was the thirtecttht tribe in Israel and we are the eonnde. Cis acwv boaaay, a v d . g Xrro rep, 9as THINGS 00OMING IN THAT VICINITY IMEWS FROM GEORGETOWN IS TO EFFECT THAT MINING OUTLOOk HAS NEVER BEEN HETI LiR. \ll ; 1,U1 lll,. , ch t i. Iito, is up l ;s rt . t \IN wa iit ';lll l's the' Inh't% i that the mlinllt' in th11 sration are all looking letter thah I'i 111 ti l lll it I li Ititisat-i 'tutr 1)15;1I ' 1lr I" lIoru. It is lannol uncel that the .hol a11n mil IIIpll he Ilenovarlld Ind putl Ito wtk iin the ritly spri. ion oare fromt Ihr hiteorgertoi side of table ailltntain. It is ;II. sail tlhat the road to the (llm of the railroad in l.iuerkiln gulch will he ilproer, I al rqrpa ired in order that mutch tmore oftf tihe re from the Sowther tCrous atd otlher iuilts cal n hle hah.led toi that pa int and shipped toi thelit Ta.re stmel Ihe Milwaukee ;old Extraction cout plal)y, whose mines are atjiated on the head of Flintt creek, aire ialing prepara ionlls to erect a cyanide mill, and tects aret now being made of the ore lto deter ;iiit justt what the process will accom plih. It is claimed that the company Ia:lt imniense bodles of ore that are avail ahle that will average nearly $7 per ton that c~an be mis ed and worked at a cost of not to exceed $.5so per ton. Ify nlllany men who have had experience Sin otheir miting camps and in other min t1 ';tricl it is claimedl that the coun Iry int the vicinity of i;eorgetiow is, with out comparison, the richelst in the satlle. MT. POWELL LODGE'S SHOW Will Give a Musical and Literary Enter tainment Monday Next. tA\Iaco da. Fel. -- -lit. Powell ,tdKge, No. I t. K. of 1'.. will hold a sess.ion of a .social nature nit Monday evening lnext. \tt iet.lltit tmusical and literary pro gra r i hheing prepared. ( irds and danllc ing waill also e' featiures of the evening .td a suppter nill be served. I :iat-l ihmember is entitled toi i ll nit hmited nmlltl r ,of flricll d. :i a ll enjoy able time is being lkead frwaild ito. ANACONDA BRIEFS A. D. T. iessenger - prompt. reliable. litss Ag.le. lion. who h:Its bIr visit im,- her istut. Aa,. I'. I'. IL I a ly, Iir sz mi tiu .. was sti ldlnl) euai dlii tIt I a (Isi-a, \'i,, ya-rstlerdaty Iab I,, ,su1 d ai.n d altl h itl lirr sister. All of tili- flir i 'hllt l that i ai ta1. - ia tut of thii aI0i|an11Ia hohtt l Is itow n, ',laht Iii a vacanI t bu lilting oil a l,It ltrl.i. It i.t Itiig disposedI of It. Iha hightlS bid .her. For slat- i,-t l tintla hii'. s .aoi tlhell i s nwt splendid stigittig in Aiotu naI. lThu, .aowafall for ihi(- Ipa..s favew days all Iee. nIi t:ltady. and i is Irepor .tedi from lie" otn try ar(tstld l isorgtl l ow)aI I that it Ihasi hew.ii jalilte Ihteay. It was a small taualdinca Ihat 1rs.thi-l ICharles It. 'I- ifa I at the s l:argarrt Ihl a ter last nigh tat "Much Adili About Nolth ing." It was et,,siderd to It Ilt- ti-.st stageld andl cosltutaed play that hitaa vii ted the city Ilith s-un.aat Mr. llanfttlaid Miss I)rnfaah were 5wire calal ldelUre ithe curtain. lThe play as highly apl. ciatedl. Another Carnegie Library. ( liorado Springs. Coil., Ft. -i - Mlayor Ittbi.ts. lh;as written to Andlrew (a tl.gia that the iaily -otsuniil will a.cept his proposition, to give $5o,aoo for a Ii ibrary, tiovide.d "lthe aoattcil will appro priate $,5,0o alnually. SALT LAKE VISITED BY WORST FIRE IN YEARS Business District Devas tated By Conflagration -Damage $2(),()00. iii tai ". i-it Wuh Salt ltakte, , I lai, . I 1ih . f1 . t I i t tatstatd ill the Atlas block, a largat lav' story otlel.t Ilutblitlg, loaitt'aid oi i St'ratal Sottllh Ilcl a- il iit h h rt Iht lit l t- h-t l i llt s Sit. ,.l al . :, .: i *a'laiit this niorning, tltu I tiltrail bhia k, 1a tIvilani that atriat-rlr a wri-ik tatail diall OtaiI r altaitiaga. ahi;t will barig th t tailtal lioi-. l 40 i $ .yat ss iii, tatl us. hlrt w'as tat ii f a-I the itt-rat-vt. Iii It. hl httay ,i- tlii city ;aut caliat'aa. iil thes- alt- tsi roya-t Itatlaitatats -itih r-a-aarkabhl ralitihy. Si-v r:ail hatlgara otil lh" a op t lsaor ot 1iii Ailai, bloak hadI Itnarrow sain- ;ateijis tat dalah'li. I ilin pIi pal t ot u hurt tare - . . \\ alkkr, a-itan-te 'aw iti i ti o ti,\ la ittialitg $ i a a10 ut,, alt I.take Iltardware ( o., qua-k, $7tLaat. iTlitanit. oi Atia. blaoltk, $75,oaai. It .tral blatk. $S 5,ata. I Ii lia,,k ot ( omai .ri-. taul tht- prlvatalr bank oi I. I. .,aitarrlin &i ( . a. i itaei ' li gritoit IIfa r o1 site alt Itroyed Atla itliatk. l)uti aale ott tha o-iau la. faura t.hiags., hlitaever, l(ir a..s it iaelia-vea ma 'd tat- i l t tt ii riaa t itl i h,. th ag that-a- Itihillaig (at1ai oi ih(i A tla, bhal k, a-t, tatl, a roml irhi Itr-i utic-tit ly a |oartiatati. alha;tiiga of wail. St-va-rail islatait iha raoil Satlighti liet. Util aita tua-ritolt t iil:l.aga watt liii' Aihla, blouk wa- occtpi-d by Srain.t bi taker, i tear Iost-s tare crttilila-ii. For and Against. 1 Fithttange. I Sev.tral days hefore th. last icea-i tlu oite of ili'tle' aloatratic cantahidates wai staln iiig ini the corridor of a l(eadiiag, ta.., ho ta-I whea. a well-ktowwn character, a rabid ohl republican, came alnig aid Mreeteid him elfut iely. Tha latirr wtas ai iunpe cunious fellow aal, it seems, had beet Ibefrienuded on several ocija-ons ly the other, of whose frienhship, in fact. he wa- iiclined ta blaiaat. l * gretting in -llit tnstaance was the prelude tat the re quest of a loan of $5. "flow it ilt" said the candidatet, 'that whess you want talolney yoa caromte to sate, l)ut wheat elertiola day conates yoLa will s\tt" for my opposent?" "Well, you aee," the other sail, after a pause, "politically I'm opposed to you, but Classified Advertisements IcA Word Ic HELP WANTED--MALE WAN : I- -l'ovs. A. I). I'. Company. Navy . 111.1r h1111 t. fir tun.l il . oaIl pl.."1 s., 1el cts ('i1 a 1 1 . | , t111 ht11. 11 1 '.n, e~ , or11d l 1 v11 Waton, Il-A i rten .ppaentweei, and muti atatulrdt11 . ; t1,t0.I .\111t.11or.al1 Nt11 .ollI ou r Ilih a v e m; , 11 1d h,:. l d rlc' l.11; a tIn n .11 il 1te n t1| t o hI er * 11 i I t u ,/ 4 11 1) 111 '11 ol O character.llrr nd physi n It d appllh. W t Por inIa tin oaply i1 pr..,1 ai by h tin. SIer to NaS lOANrti 1tig NStation, Itite, nt . ney l on eer IN "f 1.1.I 1; N T M A N ho call ., hu.i.n . , a t 1ll p rn e'ot ' n nl t h e n : p erImt.rlt pl 1o s . uONE and good pay. Many a n r, of cur,y. Pihdadelphia. WAN--Mon-A artner in a good payient restaurnt. Apply at Formel's, No. .ot Wer Porphyry, or No Butta South Main.nt LAN- OAN OFFICE _Ii_, L'SNo. OA West Broadw . I. Pare street. Money loaned on every article of value. MONEY TO LOAN MON1: t to loan on an)y kind of security. The Davenport Co.h , or Hamilton street. LOANS--Money to loAND at 8 per cent; no delays. Hall Brothers. No. 48 East Broadway. Butte, Montana. LOANS- On furniture; low rates. Room ., No. 77 West Broadway. MONEI, TO LO)AN--Jackman & Armi tape Co.~ Hirbour block, northeast corner Main and Broadway. OCULIST AND AURIST and lung, ; prires moderate; terll casih. No. 41 lithour building. 'l'Phone i t A. FURNITURE NE6W CI) ItIII'S. $5 p 111,w ranllcgi to exchanlige for oh Mtovi. ;int fil it*iie; storage. (Gr'hili, No .I: ' W 1t Iioa d ay. NOODLE PARLORS Il I A \\ ll I Noodle lI'.lIlt s--I-p1Iro .ter , t:ue Iraq, naoudlle . (:hae;l, Suli ii Mli;ilh Co., No. sils, t ornlr Mereury, the alhev. ASSAYER J ill% N. ItAIlt -A .ayrr, No. 117 11.411 sit,,n ,.trr,.. lillte, Moltatna. "1l1/I'.Vi'|l('K & I.I'W IS. Assjaver. S cteniori t I A. It. Mout.gibaner, r off N. "'yo. it. 'l'hone ct5 It. . . ). Ilh x t 1.I. PERSONAL W"ANfI':I1--ou to ie lprtectrd in th, Hilrrison Mutual Ilurial As..ol.aI tlun. Se" S.Ihermlan & ICtrd. COLLECTIONS I .ril. Al)JtIS IIMlENI CLIll'ANY ColhLcts h,adl hills; try it. 115 N. Main. FOR RENT I',l I I' .N I, iv, room brick flat. mod rnl; I;lllng, ushaesi ; heart of city, $So. Also four ,.so1 (otta;,g-, mod-rnl; range, sh1ade, linlolruc 1, rulpt. l'urtI A Majors.. I"( I IPEN] Ii . 11,1hun11 1sutI mludlrrn. t ('ihluml ia l t. 'IRANSIENI'I- Specie;, Yolk bluck. No. 66 West TPrk. F(14 1kN I'--Two nicely turnilshd fronit rooms, with board, $ ;o tach per oIluth. All modern colpvnicnces. No. J',y West Granite. Ml()IIIEN six-room huu0e, cle tric light, bath, 'tVest Side. $3.s per montlh. In quire at DI)r. I'ernhcr:n'n, Il;rhour building. HO1TEl, (X.lX IIl) -Rooms $11 up. First class; modern conlvelnicll. So. Main. SCIENTIFIC MASSEUR MRS. I.. II. CARS)ON, N cictltfic nlamseur. Office. ..uo. .71 -27 l'niumiylvania build. ing. 'Phone '07-BR. MIDWIFE P'I4 VAT: hone for ladlir. -,o Uiakuta st. SURGICAL II. II. IIA.N.S'.:N, M. I). --General opera. tive s rhllrgOll . Of()li .: e5., 7, , lv.i r Ilow Block. "I'clepIhone 4u.. PRIVATE SCHOOL MISS 'I UkNN .1.V'S SCI It l '.---All grades taughit. No. 43,£ West Mertury. (olly priv:atet ht'houl. WANTED-DOG WAN I.1)--'l o Iuy large Idou with short I ir. (reatl I )nu.n lrclherrad. I nqautir office buillh., theater. a Igik I'. Sutton. TRANSFERS WIIY MOVE your householdl goods aad other valtuables in an open wagon whe:n you canl move so much cleaner, quicker and cheaper in our Inew van? Call up Telephone z3. Montana Truck & Transfer Co. (ff:e: No. as West Broadway. FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS II It N ITl It.1" of tihree rooms, for sale 5a4 Nevadal; Avenlue. 1()l( SALi:-- R(estauraat and confection cry store, cheap. Apply at Formel's, No. toy West Porphyry street, or No. jas South Main. CLEANING AND DYEING SAUMIE'S Parisian Dye ifouse-All work guaranteed. No. 6o West Galena street. 'Phone 747-A. Ftrench dyeingl and cleaning. - --- -- - FOR SALE---------_-_ - FOR SALE BAR(A .aSI BARGAINS I!--$6,ooo.oo worth of fine furniture just bought from swellest house In the city; elegant now leather sofaa and chairs. $1,ooo.oo bed. room suit i in nine pieces, good as new, only $50o,.oo. Ilutte Exchange Flurniture Co., 1o W. Broadway, FOR SALE-A cozy to-room lodging house; rent only $35 per month. Apply at Formel's, No. too West Porphyry street, or No. 3aa South Main. STOVE REPAIRS SCOTT Steve Repair Works removed to No. sqa East Park. Telephone No. 6Il. PHOTOGRAPHERS U ISSEAU & fi 1iUASUN--I'hotngraplh era; first-cla.s work guaranteed. Noe. 217 air) I"at Park street. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE FUR4 SAl.I --Grrat bargains in real estate this week. Apply at Formel'r, No. loo NVest Plorphyry or No. 2ja South h.ain. MEDICAL MtlN l'ANA \IAVI LUhlI'ANY--No.h ji (.olt erg ;dlocik, Ilutte. \Ve trreat suc crar.l..ly tlit a rn s of wo)n. I, catarr., stomaah and howel troubl.es. Vapor baths ati g I .1., Ige trratti it *ti l cnr nection. The Best friend the Northwest (ver iad "The Road That Made the Northwoest I:amoua." LEAVES IIUTTE. For St. Patti and East, daoily. .S :e p. ', Ureat Falls local, daily......g: 4g . 'a. ARRIVES UUTTE. From St. I'Paul, daily......so:sl p.r. From (rear Falls and lelend, daily .................4 40 p. . Fil.I. INF()RMIA F'iON FROM City ':cket Oflice. No 4' North Male street, Butte. j. E. i)awAo:,, General Agint. P ullmn n, l)ining and ilibrary lcar Route to SALT L.All: I)F.NVER KANSAS CITY OMAHA CHICAGO ST. LOUIS Rnd ll Fastern Points Short Line To Colorado, Arizona and Mexico San trancisco, los Angeles (Ocean or Railt PORTLAND Rnd All Pacific Coast Polats ARRIVE. I No.DEPART. No. e.....6:4op. m. (No. 1...4:45p. No. y.....a:4sa.m. I No. o...:a.olsa.l Ticket Olffice 105 N. Main Street Butte, Montana. H. 0. WILSON. GENERAL AST. Atchison,Tope ka& Santa Fe Ry. Co. SAN'TA I:'t ROUTHI 3 'Trains Daily From l)enver to Kansas City and Chi. cago. Alto the direct line to Galves tun, bl I'aso, City of Mexico and the mining camIps of New MexacE a id Ari zona. For particul.lrs awb)ut the RE* I)UCED RAT'I-S IAST this surnlner L.; ply to C. V. WAIkiPN, (;Grnral Age.nt, 411 Duuly Iluck Sa:* Lake City, Utah. Denver & Rio irande and the Rio Grande Western Travel During Pall and Winter Seasons The Journey to the East via Salt Lake City and along the shores of the Great Salt Lake through beau. tiful GClenwood, Colorado Springs and Denver is one of uninter rupted delight in winter as well as in sumnmer. In fact, the fall and winter seasons adds but a new grandeur and charm to the travel scenes and infusca an element of varcety and beauty to the unsur passable wonders along the iio Grande Western and Denver & Rio Grande lines. Through sleep. lOg and dining car service. Per. sonally conducted weekly excur sions. For rates or informatios apply to, G. W. FITZ(;EUAL)D, Gen. AlgenL Ticket Omfce- 47 E. Broadway, Butte. WANTED Solicitors. Call or address Circulator. INTER I1OUNTAIN. $ur your Rock Springs Coal Frem OITIZEINS' O0Mi 00. No. 4 East troadway.