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Planola Was Made so Everyone Could Use the Piano It It sot struge that ANY ONE skould delay avatistnlg a lastr. meat whiek maime the p:wu so useful ea is epae of livlu so mush glenu We enJomemst? AU visito are weleome whether eurlsity or a Intentleo to purnhak erompts the visit. The Plaesh oan be purehassed e oaethlr paoeents. Sold ean ti MONTANA l'USIC CO. Slip North Mai Street 5he Inter Mountain BINDERY We are makla Close figures On Magazine elaguie Blank Books Expert Embalmino CARIFUL. PAINSTAKINO ruieral Directors TIE MONTANA UNDERTAKINO CO. 125 E. Park, Phone 65 LADIES' AID SOCIETY OF CHRISTIAN KIRK MEET Basket Party Appropriate to the Valen tine Season Given the Folks in Charge of It All. At Carpentcrs' Union hall last night the Ladies' Aid society of the Christian church entertained a number of their friends at a basket party. The enter tainment was unique and appropriate to the valentine season. In a beautifully decorated basket each of the ladies had packed away a dainty lunch, which was completely hidden by the design of the receptacle. These were put on exhibition early in the evening and after the musical program they were auctioned off by Mr. George I-I See. The men were informed that unless they bought they would not he allowed to eat, and the purchasers of the more elaborate baskets were reward ed by having first choice of the young ladies for companions at luncheon, no matter what sort of refreshments might be found withinr A great deal of enjoy ment was had in the sale and the high figures that some of the baskets brought was a source of gratification to the ladies. All of the buyers were game and 'none of thcm had any complaint to offer, so the social was a complete success. The com nmittee in charge consisted of Mrs. Frank Nase. Mrs. A. L. Chapman, Mrs. George II. See and Mrs. C. K. Wells. FATHER CALLAHAN IS NOW ABLE TO GO ABOUT A BIT Will Take Recuperative 'Treatment at Indiana Mineral Springs and Then Undergo an Operation. r Father Callahan, who was recently ill with appendicitis and went East to re ceive treatment. has been advised by Dr. '.. 11. Murphy of Mercy hospital in Chi cago to put in three weeks under re cuperative treatment at West Baden min eral sarings, Indiana. At the end of that time Dr. Murphy thinks that Father Cal lahan will be ha a better condition to un dergn an operation. It seems that his trouble is of a chronic nature, and it is considered absolutely necessary to oper ate in order to ward off similar attacks In the future. Dr. Murphy will perform the operation as soon as he thinks the patient will be able to stand thg shock without serious injury, Yesterday Dr. Richard C, Monhan, who has just returned from Chicago, stated that, though the father's condition is still serious, he is considered out of danger. The doctor says that when he left Chicago Father Callahan was allowed to sit up and even walk about a bit. Phil Jones Returned. Phil Jones, a street car motorman, has returned from a six-weeks' visit in Phila delphia, where he was called by the ser. ous illness of his aged mother, who was suffering from a dislocated hip bone, sus. tained in a fall. He said his mother im Proved rapidly after he arrived. AMUSEMENTS The Imperial Stock company will pre sent the society comedy drama, "Tw Married Women," at the Grand oper house this afternoon and eveninr. Th company has been doing a good business all week and those that have seen th productions will have an opportunity of witnessing an entirely different class of lay than has heretofore been produced. he presentinr company is a clever one MISS JL.SIE CARR. Among the bright members of the stock company at the Unioin Flmily is .Mis Jessie Carr, a former Butte girl, who is making her way rapidly to the front on the stage. Miss Carr came under Manager t nken's direction direct fromn the "l'id die-dee-dee" company. She is pretty and petite, has a good voice and presence and other qualifications of a successful actress. and deserves the liberal patronage of the theatergoers of Butte. Those who did creditable work last week and who are deserving of special mention are Al G. Swenson, Richard Heyer, Jack McCabe, George Penrose, Edward Chase. Belle Hutchison and Rhea Chase. The sup porting cast is good. "Weary Willie Walker." The Denver Daily News has thie fol lowing to say of the performance of "Weary W\illie Walker," which comes to the (.rand opera house for three nights, commencing next Sunday, I:FLruary as: Jammed to the walls was the Curtis theater afternoon and evening to welcome "Weary \Villie W\alker" which, in spite of its name, is not a tramp drainma It is purely a musical farce, and a better one was never seen in D)enver. The chorus consists of young and pretty girls, with rich, fresh voices, and the musical nuin bers were carefully selected and extremely well rendered. There are several more than ordinarily clever actors in the "Weary Willie Walker" company, the first place being more than well filled by Mr. Oscar Lewis, whose work in Carl Carlson, the Swede. was as nearly per fect as anything seen on a Denver stage in years. It was unqileutionablly the great hit of the show and well deserved the several encores received oni his ec centric dancing. Mr. l.ewis' dialect is a rfect, and his makeupl is so thoroughly artistic as to leave no room for criticism. Rulbe \\'lch as Weary Willie kept the house in a continual tuproar. 'riely may it be said that Mr. Welch is the only tramp comedian seen here who does not overdo his part. .Miss Kitty Francis madle a splendid Widow Ra;lTerty. Among the new songs introduced, perhaps the big gest success was the one entitled "Nan nette." sung by Miss May Beatrice. Miss Katherine I)yer is about as chic a little longing aitd dancing soubrette as the local stage has seen in some tilme. She is sweet and winsome to a marked degree. Seldom has a sweeter voice than Miss Kate Ceylis' been heard in Denver, and she is besides a clever actress. At the end of the performance Frank and Welch introduced a burlesque boxing act that is excruciatingly funny. Taken all in all, "Weary Willie Walker" deserves a good business during their stay in Butte. Grand Opera Next Week. The coming of the Gordon Shay Grand Opera company to the Broadway Friday next for three nights is easily the fore most society theatrical event of the sea son. Miss Rose Cecilia Shay, the prima donna of the organization, is that clever daughter of Judge Shay of Cincinnati, whose brilliant singing a couple of years ago in European capitals, set the operatic world wide with enthusiasul. I.ike a true American girl, however, Miss Shay pre fers her own language and the plaudits of her countrymen to frenzied bravos and effusive encores from audiences of a for eign nationality. Though this is but her first season at the head of the Gordon .hay Grand Opera company, still tile fair young singer and her brainy impressario, J, Saunders Gordon, have done much to restore grand opera in English to its lost popularity. Audiences everywhere have welcomed the artists as they would a Henry Irving, a Richard Mansfield or a Mme, Nevada. The public has had its surfeit of trashy rag-time comedies and anaemic problem plays. It turns to the sterling standard operas as it does to Shakespeare. It glories in their resonant music, clear, healthy sentiment and good old-fashioned tales of human passions and intensity. There is no such liberal educational influences as music that ap peals to the higher senses and which en nobles the thoughts that control men's destinies. The Cordon-Shay Grand Opera company is fulfilling this mission. The personnel of the organization is irre. proachable. Its repertoire is of the choicest. Its productions.are as perfect as a liberal expenditure of money ar tistically lavished upon scenery and cos tumes can make them. Its chorus is the finest singing ailregation in America. It carries its own orchestra, and numerically and intrinsically is the strongest grand opera organisation that has appeared in the Wiest since the name of Emma Ab bott was the conjurer's wand that every where taxed the capacity of playhouses. In the repertoire of the Gordon-Shay Grand Opera company are such stand ards as "II Trovatore," "Carmen." "Faust " .Martha," "Cavalleria Rusti cana" and "Il'agliacci." At the Union Family. "The Mascot" will be put on in its entircty with new gags and funny plays at the Union Family theater for a week, beginning with the Sunday performance. New costumes and new scenery have been especially prepared for this tuneful comn edy opera. The rehearsals this wcek have been most satisfactory, and it is safe to say that a smoother operatic pre sentation has never been given in Butte than Manager (Unken has prepared for atrons of the Union Famnily for_ the MISS ANNA SAWYER, WITH IMPE AL STOCK COMPANY AT GRAND. coming week. There is really a laugh every minute. The music is gay and the dialogue is full of clean, lively fun from start to finish. A first-class production of a clever opera at popular prices is a very promising outlook for amusement patrons. Daniels Is Whole Show. "Miss Simplicity," with Frank Daniels as the bright particular light, opened at the Broadway last night. There will be a closing performance this evening. The musical comedy is In itself disap. pointing, but the poorness of the piece is recompensed by the good work of the star, who is as funny as ever, which is sa.yin much. Miss Meyers, in the tie role, fills the requirements. The company is fair. The house was packed last night, and nearly everything is sold out for to. night. SCREAMS IN TERROR But Man Whose Foot Is Fast in Track Cannot Escape Express. SIY AR.O.I TED PRtaS. New York. Fel. 14.-l'nab1le to save * hinut el because his loot was caught be tweeu the rail antd cattle guard. an un kiown man was rum down hy the express ,-n the L.onzg Island railroad yesterday and I n lediately killed. A score of workmen Wtho tried to free the maan was forced to ,a\e thcm.ns \ees to leave him to his fate. \ftcr all efforts to save him, the man el - I. aic wildly excitedt. and screamed, forget tn,; that he could save himself hy utn II.g ilng hi shoes. The lahorers were try Iti to force the rail witlh crowbars, when the whistle of the express was heard. It vaI desperate work. but in vaini even the "IiIgals to stop were too late. The train hI'ile down on the itman now paralyzed with in ar. Hlis body was thrwn hilh in the ,.ar jind crushed beyondl recognitioit. MRS. ADELIA RYAN HAS PASSED AWAY AT 87 Was Hardy and Well to the End of Her Days-- Fondly Known as "Grandma" Ryan by Her Associates. Yesterdlay afterlooni Mrs. Adelia Rit Ipased away at the Ihotle of her son in law, W. W\. Adaims, ilot Iowa avenue. at the advanced age of N7 years. hlr death was sudden but peaceful and appalr citl y Ipainless. \r. Adamts, who is a wellt known dealer in i'e, has heern trnhitld of late ith :1a attack of heart ditsease, andl his . mnlotier-in law has been his eolnstatt at tendant during hlis illness, tin I hurslay she appeared to lihe i her usual good ialth atud walked ptil town ti.secure in1e Imedicinte that Ihas .rIn prescribed Ior the sick maani. She seeut.Id Itt hb, f.eel ing wel-l and ha py when she retired that tlight. hbut in the mornintg she was dlis ',,ve-red deadl il her Ibd. She Ieaves a daughter. Nris. I):an, autl a g:ramidaughter, Nirs. Frantk IBoucher of this city. \1rs. Ryan was a native if Irt-Iaid and . membiler of ani rish family of somtill dlistinctio. She was a thl ontt 'church womaln 11l l1 a mr nnuntlllit';ll in St. Plui ick's parish. Helr manlly ;ii. killilltess Dharing her t tong and tsful ciarteer, nIatii rally unselfishl iatlure andl her devolilont to mrenlds 1and famitily etdliearte her Ito all Silth who she caitte in Ctnttat. Her i.iIny friends will feel a dep andil sinrrre r, r t that death has r.moved fr,,m their titlv "I (ratndtanl Ryanll as sheli was finlly Ihtle d by her intimate.. 'They will he crn I 'ted soltwhallt illn the thought that she, hts, surely goneI to thle rteward which aw,,it(' those wh'lo hlead theue ohh anal l ih-It life sihe hal livs-il. l1he fumeral took ilace this nurhing at i, o'clock. It was private. nil thet fimily andl a few intiimate frienlts hrin-ig pr r-stt. A soleimn r.ltuiiiem maiss was itrftrnletl. After thilt I atlholic servicres h. I been ,h served ait St. Patrick's church the fumril .oitege w ended its way to Ntnnt lfMrial:h tettlllclry, where the initermient took placie. Dwyer Files an Answer. In the suit of WV. F. l.intlslhy, briught In the district court agaiinst I'. I)wytr tih recover $i, 41.6t on a plumblin hill, li yer has filedl an iIswaer. saying that the til.or, valued by the Iplumber mat $to, was worth $sa. ts I.inIslty worked iuily right htours. le also .says that the ihawtlig of ciitai't water lipes. for which t 5-.6,, w.i, cl.hauild, was 5.tui . iinll) $t.?. Wants a New Trial. The dte ftndlait in the suit of I. 1. Ilrophy against the Idaho I'rohdue and I'rovision cotiipanly, to recover $75.o in daitages, has filed a tnotice of a toution for a new trial in the district court. The statemenlt will be pirescnted to it c.i-urt on chruItary sy. WILL BE GRAND OPERA AFTER ALL, IT IS SAID Heinrich Conreid Will Take Grau's Place and Give Up the Talent at the Best Price He Can Get. BY AaRPOCIATE) PtkFSS, \Aw York, Feb. I4.-"' he millionaire horscshow" at the Metropolitan opera house and the clientele in other parts of the house, who pay a total of nearly a million annually into the box office to hear grand opera, can rest assured that there is to be, after all, an opera season next win ter, says the Herald. At a meeting of the Metropolitan direc. tors, held yesterday, the various applicants for Mr. Grau's position as impres.ario CONSUMPTION You must sto that coughing at once, or hefore you know It your lungs will hIe ntTected and your life endangered by pneumonia or consumption. At this tine of the year you must be particularly careful, as throat and lung troubles are hovering around, and DEATH IS NEAR oftentimes nearer than you cast possily imagine. Only last week a strong, robust )ting i:sn, ill the prime of life, who lived in White l'ains and did Iuisirnss in New York City. had a hlight rough. It Anas o slight th t lie paid no atlelltinll teo it, and in its a spirit of bravadil cotile.1 his office work. In four lday it tsnt to hii lungs, and he died from pneumonis wt itbin .s week. Mtny sitch cases are happening every day, and every one of thell call elily Ie curetd by DUFFY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY The ilsoe is a teaspo,,t fuil itn half t; l as. oft water ev,.ry tito houstal tltil Il th tie ugh is rni. lieved. It is a hilRE C('RI. It will cture any cough in 4 lhours if tlhe patient will use it as directed. GURED WEAK LUNGS. Dear Sirs: having suiTeredl with weak lh11"rs, errv're ruth andll I~sa of appetite i hI'refit. A few weeks ago oni adrisct I esiittenctld tl hi ulie. of ,your I0ssie Mhut \Vlhiekey. tly aslrlite unlprow.i d niioalt I1sut1'diatrly, lly rough stoppe'd and .i ly Ihis rt a ,re satron as ever, aty streiigth has retunrI and lI shall cotlinuce its use. MI(rspict fully, FIt til I \\111" 11TN ;, N'o. siob t St., N. W . aslshingiitot, Jani. 4. *io,. STOPPED HEMORRHAGES. . I, 'i h' ar v.elnll, t'r.lton, I'.t , 1 , e i, 1,v . I rtltlnent- \ly Ilng tlionhh i two 'years i. . II.lI about ighet is ite h. n.r rhagrs., whit h broke o uis tise in weight anti .tistigthl. h It s .t, in lih It .uI%, wiis the worst of .ll, ., sthit I thought and I1 ili'vdsel tvl hat I t ntuu till %ti ei' teeanher sunuItls'ir. \VhI'ln I ct',tn11(ne11 Itt ttake 1. Istly s is 11I.lt \\'hiski my . e'IghtK i . iS 511 I 1itllo n s; sily tweighti Iin;iy is Ie) lotiulllis ; itn.ul' .1 eeott igllt lltottvent'l l it nI i V ly tesplrct. I fiel strotlgir f(loin LI.' to day; til htitit thtlt.g.e sine I tI.eel thet \'hit..ey. O i , ITVHI, I) 1I-111-R. IT IS ABSOLUTELY PURE. I)u i ty's. , P u re M l. it \ \'h i -k 'y c('urc .. co u gh s. ghi. . ,,,ln n lption , g rip, I t .h. l i.th and Inlrtltnno11.I. It stimul.trl t e ; fui o 1r .i'..Ih.s th ' l l, h .11 m l. ,h1gre tint. il, bu itl, t hp O netsv' itlbisne, toetis il. tits' hC;Iti .i.l i ties l e tl he .y. timi .llll ,g. I li It. . m ti in It plt. ,gts lift. k'lt thie thli yung andis the .i.-uslig thi tng. It ii.s111.111', til 11 it, ,11. a1..1 is the nlly whiskey r'te cognitl l by e tti tt tint l it ias i ti e 11111411.. li i h. i ., guaranter. CAUTION--When you ask for Duffly's Pure Malt Whiskey he sure you get the genuine. Unscrupulous dealers, mindful of the e.cellonce of this preparation, will try to sell you cheap imitations, and no called Malt Whis key substitutes, which are put on the market for profit only, and whkh, far from relieving the sick, are positively harmful. Demand "luffy's" and be sure you get it. It in the only absolutely pure malt whinkey which contains medkicinal, health-giving qualities. I.ook for the trade mark, '1The (Old Chemist," on the label. The genuiine I)utty)'s Purr Malt W'hiskey is ',eel by :ll drtnggist, and groi.e ., or dlirect. \\Aisi ltte r s 1lee i.te str I ooklet e tIt i.tlting i . lmpto1i te :1ii ti i ti e ltl lllt t llet t Ii * th dliseaie and convitncing tes.tiiuiiales, to the I ully Malt \1 ihitskv t'oimpauy, RoIhes ti r, N. Y. . _.. ..... . . .. . .... . ... .. .. ---' - - " ..-... . . . . . . . .., wetI ' lI rit ,l, 1111 r pl til. s tl II. Irel 4 to ;11141 4h1 ir "blackitg" inquil4e4l llt4l. lI ailly a vote was taken, r tit'Itnt( I 1te dc'141 n Il4o give a ir4 r yrealr' contract for thelI opI4eratic, rl ' i it 11 (.t the house tl o Mr.' IlH innir ll (C ,nrt e , ,n nillagl r of the irving Pla ce theater, (II :1 1 ttally 44 w 4I I ta IIh ill'lt 14444 It l lt " 1I4 1' ( 14ll,44 rll '"lll ht4444lr 4iii 14,1i rii4n' ito uake-t the app41 4 ntm nt for ou4 y44 r 1 onll I ) 44 n.ldl M r. (.;I444l4 t t o: 'iovter hi4 s heal4 h and rt% tIn441 the d"l aitlti4n. .Nw (1l1Harriso and l n Gets One Year. nin, but the battle for fihl prve linally liar rowed itself dfown It Ilelirl h ( stir, Idl, t''org,. II. \'il1on. I. S. 'tl .hully and alltr II. li mnri h. (,o re.l had h-h11and hlm ai Ilm ber o4 ws,4 dhy b4 . l<4er., 4t4h am;t 144' w h ol w a s j W ul. :ir l s I I . W. h l t , ;n llt l h e * w. ,Is - ;n et.cld ti hill M r. rat,'1' IlL,:. ABOUT THE TREASURE STATE Harrison Gets One Year. 1 M4 ' ,iula, 4 rh. 4 I . S. 4 II. r i . ,lu th, ~iM who wan arrested upon cmplaei t ig. thel ( licag I'rl )in l nillillllnv, fhr who., lie was ac ting as atint, pl,h' .l ,I ,nti,), hcf4,rc1 Jtidt.' W14l44 tl s4 I'. d.4 y iand w4,4 4 4lit4 til l'Id Il4 Iht'r pc11i1444h'. l 4 I 44r :ill. )e.1i f l4r I.y. illu, m 4t,h . 'It' . h l rllll 4 s l it b4 1 alrl, l (l e stab collt Ii If a munt t . e111 5 111( r 4h y fl toI 4 . hi\' r.ln ir t' 4)il l4 l.8 4 e ill rtl' i 4, 4ata4,4 to Ib, $ 4,4,,,. Mail Clerk Recovering. t'illi ng . IFeb. I I. \Villial I, I, 1th, all clehrk will was holt inh Ih. ,lrnt train hold p inear Ih ltl , i Re a1liti al1.1," litely. le I4 i ' allowed to 'it upw l 4. U i44n hi room and Ithe Ild ttr .s n y Ithai t I.r wil i ,, able to go ba4ck to hiy w1 k ill ;a I' days. 1hal hiv' ll 4i l t 'ity 4Il i 4lh 4;I l i .llnsrI 4lels Ito collect ta ftine of $i4 a l iY u ith frill4 i the owner of each ga. i blilh g I;ible that in run ning in the city. ' wlh. l ie ll hw 11 ( lr i ed it lthe id of evelry i outih, i lll a in thel .event offahr, tile io pay.1lh inl till I, ,itiy runl ing 4 ithe ;1 i ' %will bc, . , r4 i ,te. I Chinks Want Schooling. Billilngs, Feb,. it.- l Ih e sichu' l Imnl,, i4 confrol ted biy ta novel plropl44 lilioni . '1Iin Chinese )boys, whlo lre44itly c;uine to th. cily from C hicgo, have asked to he. ni lowe to go l tol icl iol. 'I Ily tclte, ' they have lbeen4 allowed Io attend sc hoioil i Chi ig. The illmatter has bni' referred tol the ichool board for Iacti44on. May Accept Her Offer. Missnila, Febl. i .-The Ioler of a site for thie Carnegie library lby Mrs. Mairc ialy will pro4bably he la4 e tell, by the city council and the. library will lie lIocatle on the Southi Side. "ie matter will be finally decided at the meeting to be held on Mon day),. 'I here is a gui de.al of rivalry be. 14tiltan the North and South Siders over tie location, Wants a Divorce. Il4c.'na, Feb. 14.--Delia ('airpn'ithier 4i. .nIt an action in the district court yet.er day for a divorce front her hsband,i Wil lian F. Cartenthier, the saloon man. Un. DRUNKENeN BE L'SI'.I) UR CURE DURING 9oa., None dissatisfied with our treatment. We have the only sure cure which can )e given VWITH or WI1 HLOUT the knoiwledge of patient. It destroys all .ravings for liquor, whether a tippler >r alcoholic wreck. It brings happiness to the home. Sealed book 1, KEE. Cure guaranteed or your money back. $5on FOR ANY (NE T"lIAT' WE CANNOT CURE. We waint the worst ;Bases. No failure. Send stamp for earticulars. Correspondence and medi. dines sent without names and marks to indicate contents,. Write today. DR, W. A. SAUNIJI'RS & CO., Elnglewood ita., Chicago. Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. To CHICAGO AND IASI ROUTE OP THE PION[ER LIMITID PAMOEUS TRAIN of the WORLD All agents sell tltkrts \ia the Mita ,tkee road. tor low rates to all points alhlr.,s W. It. IsIX(.;., N. W. I'. A., St. I'tuL Flilhlal. i , y , , ' iv" n :r, t , 1 h an , ". ;'.Ik l hl.l ,hr he, .*ll ,o, d thi, Is t . , . hi, r Wants Pay for Right of Way. 11ra t I;a ll.. I h; I n h I I I. ,Iy , 1 I, ita , I t .llwh;im ,l . t ' ll, t , I , lly l allllll l ll a, t .. I'1i, . l . .I , .! I a -l r rl"I II .1,1 II) i1 1 ',,InI .t, .1, ; 1,. ,,i , I I t e p I,' I , ,. ;l 0,. if p;yty Iu I I. .t r I , lo t. 1I 111, ,111 i , ma l, 1e11. he nI Ins I~ I. "Ik lhr 1 it , i , llh, : 1n la , m: lo ·,., , I ' :Ia. ;I 1 l Ilj tit fil' ll t Tlhiiks It's lHer Brother. lihl. I I~ ,. Fl . I4. .\ It'I JI.a. la ,.in r'II ai., ld by tile It l th rs al Il tril,, t. r ih t as,,k g far a dis ,trit l,titi it I), ,.il livid t in, i.% , iais lrlur retl in llrtaln u r i l.ar a Il, i ll. w.ali nt j ti tlh . iralllli a I lht miay Ih hltr Irtlher. Two Killed in Wreck. \ ialhilgltol. l'a., Feb. I1.-. Ih ;i a 11 k at Vienna .Itio tt lin the- Iltlti;,i-re & ()hit, raid, fourti.n mile,. w oit t," ihis place, ytustrday twi men ware killed. tIe train iled in a cinfusiel ia, ,n the traickt, whit c wrihtere to tl u , t.,vral Iitiu dred, yardil, anc t all trafli', hlith i ta.t airal wil,t, is blocked on the ra,d. N iTI('IC (OF SA.lE. In the D)itrict (.otrt of tlii S.ta tand Judicial I)istrict of tihe State' iof Jmon tana, in and for the (t.'iinty i.i Silver flow: In the matter of the estate of Thtomas Sephton, de'ceased. .otice is hereby given that iputrsuaint to an order of the above entitled iourt, made on the 3d day of October, ito, the tnder. signed, the executrix of the last will and testament of Thomas Sephton, drceased, will on Monday, the a3d day of February, uo3, between the hours of to o'tlock a. nm. and S o'clock p. m. on said day, offer for sale and sell the following described real estate, to-wit: lot numbered four (4), in Block numbered ten (to) of the Kemper addition to the city of Butte, Silver Bow county, Montana. That said sale will be made as a private sale to the highest bid. der for cash, subject to confirmattont by the court. Bids for the same will be received at the offices of Kirk & Clinton, in the Hirbour block, at Butte, Montana, on saad day. MARTHA SEPHTO\. Executrix. Dated Butte, Mont., January 31, t903.