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TODAY'S NEWS FROM THE SMELTER CITY
SLOT MACHINES ARE BRUNING YET OVERLOOKED IN ZEAL TO CLOSE UP GAMBLING-WOULD HAVE SHUT UP SHOP ANYWAY. SPKCIAL TO THE INTER MOUtNTAI.t Anaconda, Feb. 14.-Now that gambling /sas been closed the patronage of the pool room seems to have doubled, and every day lare crowds of men can be seen anxiously scanning the board and reading up on horse "dope." One of the most prominent gamblers in speaking of the closing of the games today remarked that the order to close was un necessary and the business had so fallen off that it was unproatable to keep the rooms open. The fact is that a majority of the men who are employed in this city are not addicted to gambling. Most of them are married men, and they usually spend their evenings at home and save their money. Slot machines are still allowed to run, apd it is understood that the moral wave will overlook them as an altogether harm less way of getting rid of money. From present indications Iambling has stopped for good in this city, for the double reason that there is not sufficient play to justify in keeping open and because the officers of the law have concluded to stop it. PETERS' FINE IS SUSPENDED But Predovioh Will Have to Be Very Good in the Future. Anaconda Feb. s4.-Peter Pradovich was up before Police Magistrate Hayes yesterday charged with assault. It was claimed that Peter did not hit anyone. but lie threatened to and made a very flowery and pointed fighting talk. Judge Hayes decided that about $25 and costs would serve to remind Peter that lie must be of a more forgiving spirit. The fine and costs were suspended during ,god behavior. Elizabeth Cane Coming. Anaconda, Feb. 14.--Elizabeth Kane, the beautiful and gifted young dramatic read er, will make her first appearance in the West in Anaconda on February a3. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, Land Office at Helena, Mont. ) February 3. 190. ) Notice is hereby given that the follow ing-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before John R. Eardley, United States commissioner, at Anaconda. Mont., on March 7, Io03, viz.: Ernest J. Joss for homestead entry No. 12.762: for the south east quarter Section 14, Township 4 n:orth, Range a west. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz.: John O. Allen, Frank Callan. William Callan, John Karlack. of Anaconda, Mont. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. "FRATERNAL SOCIETIES MEAN TO HAVE LOBBY AT THE LEGISLATURE Will Try to Prevent Unfavorable Legislation---Organ ize and Elect Officers. That the beneficiary fraternal societies of Montana propose to resist any attempt made by the present session of the legas lature to enact laws placing such societies in the same schedule as old-line insurance companies, which will require reports to be made to the state auditor, is evident by the organization here of the Montana Aux. iliary congress. The dillerent beneliciary societies represented in the state had dele gates present and strong resolutions in op position to the governor as recommendatlon were adopted. A. B. Keith of the Woodmen of the World was elected chairman of the meet ing and Mrs. Jessie C. Gunn of 4he t)e. gree of honor, secretary. The delegates from the different societies present were: Grand Master Workman C. R. A. Scobey of the A. 0. U. W.: State Deputy Jessie C. Gunn, Degree of Honor: General Dep uty James Uuane, National Union; Su preme Representative William Stuewe, Catholic Knights of America: State l)ep uty G. M. Roe, Modern Woodmen of America; State Commander C. I'. Newell. K. of T. M.; State Commander M. Anna Dolson, L. . .1. T. M.: District )eputy George C. Helmick. Knights and ladies ot Security: Past Head Councilor A. I. Keith, Woodmen of the World: (;rand Inner Sentinel Clara Uishop, \\ omen ot Woodcraft; Past Supreme Steward A. I. Keith, Fraternal Union of America. The following self-explanatory rc.olht tions were adopted and will be laid bIe fore the legislature next Monday: "Whereas, His excellency, Governor Wilson's Bee Hive SPECIALS FOR ONE WEEK Galvanized Tubs, $1.00 size for $ 65 " " $1.25 " 95 ," , $1.50 1.15 STable Oil Cloth worth 25c; the kind that don't crack . . . . 15 Close Baskets, 75c size . . . 60 " " $100 "i . 85 * Galvanized Coal Hods . . . 35 " 6 Cups and Saucers . . . . 50 6-7 inch Plate . . . . . . 50 We are moving our art department down stairs 3 on ground floor. Don't fail to see Bargain Table. em e im me MISS ETHEL M. BURKE RECEIVES CERTIFICATE SPECIAL. TO THE INTE5 MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, Feb. 14.-One of the happiest young ladies in the city of Anacola is Miss Ethel M. Burke, who was examined for a teacher's certificate by County Su perintendent of Schools Mary A. Mc Laughlin last November, and, failing to receive the required markings, appealed to State Superintendent Welch and today received her certificate to teach by his order. The state superintendent had carefully graded Miss Burke's papers and gave her a general average of 85, while Miss Mc Laughlin thought that about 7o or less would be about the right thing. Miss Burke graduated from the Provit cial Normal school of Toronto. Ont., with honor, and has the papers to show for it, and since then has been teaching school. For five years she was the principal of a graded school in Chalk River. in the county of Renfrew, Canada. and has very high recommendations, testifying to her ability as an educator, from School in spectors Powers and Scott of the province of Ontario. On account of ill health Miss Burke came West on a visit to her uncle, who is a highly respected citizen of Anaconda, and. finding the climate atnd alttude agreed with her, she concluded to remain. Good teachers are in demand in Anaconda as elsewhere, and she had an offer to teach the Blue Eyed Nellie school and ac cepted the place. She taught this school tuntil it closed. I'lhose who know. assert that Miss Burke has a natural talent for teaching, and that she is at her best in teaching arithmetic. TO BE GOOD SHOW League of the Sacred Heart Will Put Up Creditable Entertainment. tPI. Itl. T i TIl INTI'R MIlINI '1AIM. Anaconda. Feb. 14.-L'nder the very able and intelligent direction of Mrs. H. S. Tolan the entertainment to be given under the auspices of the I.eague of the Sacred lHeart promises to be one of the best en tertainments ever given in the city. While the date set for the enttertainment is on Tuesday. February 24. is is said that already those who are to take part are all but perfect. All are working industriously and faithfully, and the tip has gone out that there will he stonne stars of the first magnitude developed. Many of the features of the entertain meunt are of a novel character, having lnever before been presented to an audi ence. Ti'hat they are pleasing cannot be doubted if the evidence of those who have been present at rehearsals is to be be lieved. Toole, hnIa seen fit to urge upon the ighllithn legislature of this state the enaictment ol laws that will place bencticiary Iraternal organizations on the tax list and compel F. L. GRANDEY. them to subscribe to cotlndtiotns ttha;t may be itl'mposed by atn in ,trance c.ltuts onlll to do business in tIlls state; anid, "Whereas. The institutions referred to are of a slightly leemosynary and charita ble character, bringing Itw) i)prit to their itcutbership and ldesigned only to protect MISS ETHEL *M BURKE. ---- -- - '-'- _-- . . FORGET TO APPEAR Lamont and Companions Do Not Come Up Be fore Judge Hayes. Antaconda, Feb. 14.---From present in dihations John I.amont, an alleged conli delce man fromn Salt I.ake. and a couple of tonlpanionls. are out $2' in cash and Mrs. Mc('oy of No. 017 East Fourth street, is out a gold ring valued at $So. It is said that under the pretense of solicitinlg for snlmething or other. I.amont visited the house mentioncd and while there stole a ring. The officers .ere noti tied an. a little later I.aonltt and two companttions were arrestedl. By direction of Countuty A4torney Mc('af frey they were rcleased tiupon putting up a ctash lIand of $20. They were ordered C4 alppear before I'olice Magistrate layes tmornling at ro o'clock. but Ipresumably owing to pressing business elsewhcre they have not )ct arrived, uejlther have they sentt their regrets, and it is now *surmiised that they havet forgottenl the wmtter. Mrs. Mc(:oy's ring was not recovered. the widows and orl.ln:l*s of those who Iw long to these respective orders, tIereby re lievinlg the comlirltuny in many cases of their suptlplort under conditions of nIi. Ior tune : and. "\'hereas, I'hese inlstitutions are a posl tive binefit to the community in atlordlng cheap and reliable insurance to lmen ot moderate means practically it cunt. there by guarantet.ing a protection to their famll lies that could not otherwise be secured; therefore, "lIe it resolved. That the undersigned orders., working in fand Iby the authority of tile National Fraternal Congress of America., do hereby condemn the recom mendations of (Governor Toole as unfair and unjust and calculated to ilflict a seri ous injury uponll beneficiary fraternal in surance orders, and perhaps incal,acitate theml fromt doing businless in this state; and in behalf of the ictuber.hip of the orders in interest we respectfully protest against the enactmnent of any legislation that will carry out the purposes outlined in the guberlnatorial message referred to, anld ask the Eighth legislature of Montana to give these fraterlnal orders a hearing on the merits of the question, itnvolved before an)y actionl is taken in lihe with the recommendatiuoin of the governor of this state. "A. (0. I'., per C. It. A. Scobey, (i. M. W. ; Degree of honor. per )esse C. go(;uno. state deputy; National lUnion., per James Quanle, general depotty; ('atholic Knights of America, per William Stnrewe, supreme representative ; Modern Woodmen of America, per (;. M. Roe, state deputy; K. of T. M., per C. IP. Newe.ll, state coin. miander; I.. ). T. M., per M. Anna I)ol sont, state coiimmtander; Modern Maccabees, per J. A. Orchard., district deputy; Knights and Laties of Security, per George ('. Ilehnick, district dteputy; Woodment of the World, per A. It. Keith. past head counsel: Women of Woodcraft, per Mrs. Clara Iishop, grand innler sentinel: Fra ternal Union of America, per A. it. Keith, past supremie steward. The following Ipermanlent officers swere elected : President. A. It. Keith; vice president, Jamesn (Quanle; secrrtary. . t. M. Roe; treasurer, Mrs. Annta I)olsnn. The execu tive conlmittee comprises the olticvrs and F. I.. (;randey. C. I'. . Newell and Mrs. Jessie C(. (;unn. and the comnmittee on credentials William Stuewe, C. I'. Newell and J. A. A. rchard. The committee on by laws comprises President Keith, II. W. Miller, (;. M. Roc and James OQuane, an4 the board of directors C. It. A. Scoe , A. O. U. W.; James Quane, National Union: G. M. Roe, Modern Woodmen of America; A. II. Keith, Woodmenrl of the World and Fraternral Union of America; William Stuewe, Catho,lic Knights of America; C. P. Newell, Maccabees: Mrs. J. C. (Gunit, Degree of Ihonor; Mrs. Anna D)olson, L.adies of lacealhees: J. A. Orchard, Modern Maccahees; hI. C. Hel mick, Knights and I.adies of Security; Mrs. Clara Bishop, Women of Woodcraft. A constitution and by-laws were adlopted and it was decided to meet annually. The next meeting will be held ini June. The membersihip fee was placed at $5. A num her of nmenmbers of the Fraternal Congress will go to Helena to work for the inter ests of the fraternal societies before te It:islature. Goes to the President. iY ASSO('IATLOD PtrI.5S. Wasthington, Feb. 14.-The senate today agreed to the house amnendmetts to the Elkins anti-rebate bill. The bill nlow goes to the president. English Soldier bead. London, Felb. ' 4.--Field Marshial Sir Joithn Simmons died today. i1o was born in 1gt. DO NOT BELIEVE IT IS NECESSARY ,MAJORITY OF TEACHERS SEEM TO THINK THAT FURTHER ORGAN IZATION IS SUPERFLUOUS ISPCIAL TO Tilt INTE.R MOt*TAI,. Anaconda, Feb. t4.-There was a meet ing of the school teachers of Anaconda at the High school building yesterday even ing for the purpose of taking action on the proposed union to be organised. W. F. Chitton was selected for chairman of the meeting and Miss Mary Mcl.augh lin was chosen as secretary. Superintendent Koontz read the call for the meeting, which is as follows: S'"Believing that all matters pertaining to the weHare of teachers should he fully un derstood and discussed by the entire teach ing corps, and that the schoolhouse is the tnost convenient place for such a meeting. we request that the superintendent call a meetingi for Friday, February it, at 4 :.3 p. m. for the purpose of considering the advisability of forming a teahcrs' union. which subject is now receiving some con sideration." Superintendent Koontz said that he had made an effort to have Mr. Riordan. under sheriff of Deer I.odge county. present, to explain the objects sought by a union of teachers, but he regretted to say that Mr. Itiordan was out of town. There was a general and informal dis c'utssion inl which many of the teachers iprsesent took part. Mr. Guthrie was heart ily iii favor of a union, and said that lie was in full sympathy with the laioring people, and he believed that the teacliert sho.tl come to their assistance. lt iers were of the opinion that the teachers of the state were already an ,IganirIed oody, and that ally futrther or g:lllizatioll was unnecessary. It was titeni decided to aplpoillt a rani ,Iittee of live of the teachers Ipresent 'or the piurpose of mlaking an ilvestigationl anl report ulonl the necessity and advi-isaility "f forming it union to report to a meetingi tlled for 'Tues.day. March 17. a ' Later oil ;ai etxpression oI ilpniliionll W.1s calledl for from, those presertt. a;,1n thler' dsi a majority whoi thought that the' tirmaitiont of a unioni was not advisable at this timte. The cItumittee appointed will proieed ito investigate just the same. a1nd will make their r lepolt ilt thie date Itanmld Ior the ,,, x1 imteetlIng(. ANACONDA BRIEFS A. 1). T. imsscnge'r -prompt. reliable. 1. I). \ ihhert o f (r t;rt F :al, i . . i the city and i is topping at thle I'.pi.scopal re tory. I)r. Marshall and his wife visited Ihatte ) esterday. A Several very fine lking g reyhound, pups were shipped to IIutte y.esterlday. II. R. Whitlhill, the well knoun Lawyier. went it Ittlte yestelrday. It is anniiiountred Ilthat Itihp Irewer will make his regular :annual Visit to St. Mark's Epi.scopjali church tn March -q. Frank Simlpsoll, who resides with hii iotlher. Mrs. It. l?. Malinny, at No. 51s Vtest Fourth srret .fur ulanly years, kit for San FrancisCu today to join the United Stites ivy., Ili mother grve hi.t a farewell party last evening. Attorney t . M. .Sawyer filed a petilltin for letters of administration for Mrs. W. A. Collils upon the estate of her late hlb handl. Rev. Mrs. lydia Allen will preach at ihe Africa;ll Methlodist I-.iscipal church tolmorrow at i o'clock. At the Methlodist Episcopal church to morrow there will lIe prayer meetinK at I1 a. ll.. preathinil at i I. Sabbath school it I :.si. Ipworth I.lagle at 6 :3' anid sern on at 7:31. A. I.. Ilanhey, I). I)., pasltor. At the mnorning service at St. Mark's chiurch Sunday I:rank (dovter, the Ioy soplrano, will sing as an offertory solo 'I I leard the Voice of Jesus Say." At the cv.vnin glservice the oftlrtory will lihe a s.,prau lo soh by Miss Ma'ilougal, with violin l:argo by Mr. I.ulilerus. Services will Ibe at K a. in., ii a. in. andll 7:.V - p. ii. Sundlay school at I :S. The I.ellttll I'yraHmlit will Ie distriluted to Iimorrow. First r Itaptist ('hurch-- .orner of lIilth inll I.ocust streets; W'. II. Stxer, pastor ; rtsidence. 5:i West Sixth street: \\ or hipl at iI a. Ill. and 7 3oI p. ii.; IImornl g. st:bject. "A Cause for Missions, or the Ilomo of the iUnheliever ;" evening subje'ct, "Seven I hings the I)evi I)oont I.ikr; Sunday schotol at I 2 :Jo I. in.: prasyer Inert Inag VWednrMeday evenlling at 7 :45 'chlock. Rev. W. II. Setzer, plastor of the Itap lit cllurch, was called to lutte yiesterdIay urillil(ng on pressing business andf only rturli'l on tihe early morningll train today. In the court oft Just I ie Murphy it was est:itrday decided that I':nll Nelly wa, tlhe owlner of a certali iIvr ckl,re4d Ipup, ;llaout whlic'h there has been much ado fot the p.'ast weCk. I Ihood ilne'k iand apartment hotuse is Ieillng relovatl dl anId cleantle ulp. It is onlie Iof the It' roomllinll holuses i tlte statte. .udIge Naptlion made an order ye terday ting John .. . ifer and M. S, irauk into torl to shlow caus' why letlters of tdtlli itr;alioin in thIle estate it Wuiltitu fl ' r., dccs.: cld, shloult not l he revokedl. Jhn FI(,ley nl I'Pat I 'Nesil are very allnxioU~ to find ullt whol rohbel theml,. I fi'y claim that they were inl a saloon on Ia-:st I':ark ivenllue anlld lost sot)e mIIonCey, )ilt they have not the least idea who It was .thait relieved thlem of their wads. Denver & Rio Grande 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 Sialt Lake through beau. tiful Glenwood. Colorado Springs and Denver is one of uninter. rupted delight in winter as well as in summer. In fact, the fall and winter seasons adds but a new grandeur and charm to the travel scenes and infuses an element el variety and beauty to the unsur passable wonders along the Rio Grande Western and Denver 6 Rio Grande lines. Through sleep. Ing and dining car service. Per. sonally conducted weekly excur sions. For rates or informuatie apply to, G. W. FITZGERALD, Gen. Ageat Ticket Olicte 47 E. Broadway, Butte. Classified Advertisements IcA Word Ic HELP WANTED-MALE WANTEI)-Poys. A. D. T. Company. WANTED)- -ighlhty men: te,.mntverr , rock mern, laborers. at Jculittgs' camp, New W'orks, Anaconda. MK-N WAN 11.1) for the luilted Stales Navy: machinists, tlremen, coal pamsers, electririans, shilpwrights, pseamn, ordinary seamen, landsmenl , apprentwelt , and IIes attendants; mtust Ie Ancrlsnnl born citi lens or have made legal decla;Iratlon ol in tentioni to Ibecomle cltltlcl. lOnly tolrn ot t ood character asud phyyllne need lapply. or information apply n ,peraosn or by let ter to Naval Recruitmng Stationl, lutte, Montana. INTEl.I.II',NI" MAN to call lon business and professional men; permanent peel tion and good pay. Manager, Box 78. Ihiladelphia. WANTEliI-A partner In a good paying restaurant. Apply at Forniel's, No. neo West Porphyry, or No. jaa South Main. HELP WANTED-FEMALE t il'Y I N I letter at hame, full or spare time; no names to supply or addre.ssing envelopes u notihing to hi) ; $,o per thou sand paid weekly; send adrll eslr d envelntp for copy indtl al lplicatinol hblanks. Imperal a'u., No. it _lI ihberty street, New r otk. LOAN OFFICE SIti'.EL'S lIOAN tiFIC.:E-"No. i I.ast Park street. Money loaned on every article of v I' , MONEY TO LOAN M$Nti, º to loan in an;y kind of aecut;ity. The Davenport Co., sa Illamillon sriet. L.(i4NS--Monley to loan at 8 per icnt; no derl) t. II.1l llrotherr, No. 48 Iast Broadway, Hlliit. MontaIna. LOANS (On lItllitalre; low iates. uoom a, No. 77 West Ilro;dway. MON:zI. TO) l.t)AN--Jackma.,n & Armi. tage Co.. Ilihl our block, nozthlast coiner Maio and IBroadway. OCULIST AND AURIST 1l(l. I'. A. URItGG-.-.ye, ear, nose. thtoat and loing; prices moderate; terms cash. No. 41 Ilirlbour building. 'I'hone ,94A. FURNITURE NEl.\' CO()'Ii" iS op; lnew rnllgr to exchange for.. "stoves and furniture; storage. OCh.Ii;'No. 4a Wi st Broladway. NOODLE PARLORS MII1' 411 Noodle P'o lura-laugaurtr. fine teas, noodles. Chau, Suie Meiwab Co., No. a 9., corner Mercury, the alley. ASSAYER JOHN k. BAITYV-Assayer, No. '7 liantm ilton street, Ilotte, Montana. PITZ/PATRICK & I.EWIS- -Assayers. SuIrresors t> A. B. Itu.abaucr, oln N. Wyo. bt. 'Phone 6S9-R. P. O. Box 114. PERSONAL WANTE'I'II)-Yo to lie protected in the Harrison Mutual Burial Associatiurl. See Sherman & Reed. COLLECTIONS .UTTIE AJIUS1iMI' NTI COMl'ANY Collects bad bills; try it. a.s N. Main. FOR RENT Fi:()l SAI.I- -I:our room hlose. No. r , 7 Iowa avenue. Owner will veil chliap. ('all evrenings or Sunday. FOR()I( KENT --Nicely furnished front iaste of rooms. No. ao6 N. Wauhington 'trect. FUOR It.NT -Furnuished iroun soom; nmodern. 9 Columbia at. TRANSIENT-SpeciaI York t iock. No. 66 West Park. FOR RENT-Two nicely Lurnlshed front rooms, with board, $3o each per mnouth. All modern conveniences. No. Jog West Granite. MOI)EI(N six-room house, electric light, bath, West Side, $35 per month. In quire at Dr. Pernheim's, Ilirbour building. HOTEL OXFORD)-i-oonas $So up. First class; modern conveniences. So. Main. SCIENTIFIC MASSEUR MRS. L. D. CARSON, scientifc masseur. Offices ..os. 274.275 Pennsylvania build. Ing. 'Phone 997-.3. MIDWIFE PRIVATE Lbome for ladies. sup Dakota at. SURGICAL !l. i. HANSON, M. L.--General opera tive surgeon. Offices: as, 26, 27, Silver Bow Block. Telephone 4o0. PRIVATE SCHOOL MISS TURNLEY'S SCHIOL-All grades taught. No. 43J West Mercury. Only private school. WANTED-DOG W DWANJ.ED-'o uuy large doer with sltort h:.ir. Great IDanes preferred. Enquire office building, theater. Dick P. Sutton. TRANSFERS WVIIY MOVE your household gooda and other valuables In an open wagon when you can move so much cleaner, quicker and cheaper in our new van? Call tup Telephone 23. Montana Truck & Transfer Co. (Of:e: No. is West Broadway. FOR 6ALE-MISCELLANEOUS FCIUNIT'liR': of three rounms for salh. 524 Nevada Avenue. FOR SALE.- Restaurant and counfection ery store, cheap. Apply at Formel's, No. so9 West Porphyry street, or No. jas South Main. CLEANING AND DYEING PAUMIE'S Parisian Dye House-All work guaranteed. No. 6u West Galena street. 'Phone 747-A. French dyeing and - leaning. PHOTOGRAPHERS DUSSEAU & THOMSON-Photorraph. era; frst-class work guaranteed. Nee. aty-a19 East Park street. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE FUR SALE-Great bargains in real estate this week. Apply at Formel's, No. slo West Porphyry or No. 3as South Main. MEDICAL G 'oldberl Ilock, butte. We treat sue* cessfully dikacees of womre , catarrh. stomach and bowel troubles. Vapor bathe and lmassage treatment in connection. BUSINESS CHANCES 14 I't'I t "I NI weekly divieinds paidreg uilrly for the past thre, years. Vr have tin isionary schem'il of Ispeculationl in grail oir stcks to iadvanceti, hiut desire to interest )'iii itn proposiition which has Iplrlv'll itself sicrss't.full; wv have never h:1t a losing clieint sendl for our booklet, wiich hplalns oulir uerthmi ii full. J. W. Sti-iley s t i., I4.,o ns ., No. .!,ti Itroad way. New urk. W A I. S I': I':l. a private party, desires i, clmlllnllnicateii with tI'leI whol wish to invesvt to their advantalr. Ahddress I. A. I.efvrre. No. it(, Islllton street, New York. Ill 'Y W'HlI".AT andil orn., $sis.ut invested ii grain or stuct.k by our "Safety Valve J'luIt" shouhIh result ill a profit of $oo.oo i to l illl awithitn tI olays. Write for par. titulars sit setind for our free hoouk. "Mod crn Me.thdsl for Safe ilnvestlments." Rich. art t lalvrr & t ,i, hankers and brokers. h',ig.o Stock l'xshangse lidg., ('hiciago. FOR SALE I1ARsiA..uSf IIAI(tAINSII $s,noo.ne worth of line furnitulre juslt Inllght from swellest house in the city; elegant new hLather sofanls. st chairs. $i,nn.o..u hed lillIlI hUll ill lille pieces, good as new, inily $S ion.io. Itulittei Isxchlultnge" liurnliture 'n,. -, W'. litladway. I 'cR SAI.1' A co.y so room lodging house; rent only $.ts per mot.th. Apply at FInrnel'u, No. Iai West Porphyry street, or Nu .Ja Sulth Main. STOVE REPAIRS SCO)TT Stove Repair Works removed to Ne. tas East Park. Telephone No. 43g. WANTED SALESMEN "\ \\ i Ii) I olitoughl' rii lt n iils .1ii i - il( l' ie'nll 'el ;il." , tll(. ill lfor ,'ti llllll,' t tl i l -.11 II1s In d h at h N ,till n i f i hr u anVI lllli, to ell "111.4 anti IUI'sar, !,t the saloon I ale; : m ut ll Illill .lu iith hl " I'r t llssl litoryc ill ii lihtu .ltl wlilt , the tirade:;i . stu alige nati on,°, ts . nml Il uh I er h ' ye'ar, 'l pl rii Sncti . :ill 1 1o slll' l il' e. gi ve ref" ienl Ifl l', lif saver. ,Aclires, ^ , ilater Mountain. SA.LIMll ":N, Illi to dale, active, to sell lii! t ala, grrillvi ic", direct to iuisuml re :,t is htlll al,.; lit11 el.1%. territory and l lih el ali i- i litiuten" ,. ti.iiig' Meldtium & on. No'. it andi s Nolrth Gireen street, Cili. <:0*0=,. The Best friend the Northwest Ever Had "**The Road That Made the Northwest Famous." LEAVES BUTTE. For St. Paul and uast, daily..8:Se p. a. Great Falls local, daily......9:4l a. ,a. ARRIVES BUTTE. From St. I'aul, daily..:.... so: .s lr From Great Falls and Ilelena, daily....................4:4o p. m. FULL. INFORMATION FROM City T".ket OMice, No. 4J North Malj street, Butte. J. . Daw.on, General Agent. pullman, Dining and Iibrary Car Route to SALT LAKE DENVER KANSAS CITY OMAHA CHICAGO ST. LOUIS And All Rastern Polnts Short Line To Ceolorado, Arizona and Mexico San Francisco, Los Angeles (Ocean or Rail.) PORTLAND RAd All Pacific Coast Posat ARRIV. DEPART. No. e.....6:40p.m. No. 58...4:45p.1 a No. 7....:45a.m. sNoa o...aoesLa. Ticket Office 105 N. Main Street Butte, Montana. H. 0. WILSON. GENERAL ABT. Kemmerer Coal Sold by CITIZ17 NlS' QO h 00CO Ne. 4 Ea:. Broadway. WANTED Solicitors. Call or address Circulatqr. INTER LIOUNTAIN.