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EVENT GREAT SUCCESS
SONS OF ST. GEORGE OF BUTTE CELEBRATE THE DAY IN MAG NIFICENT STYLE. 000 TEMPLAR HALL FILLED Pleasing Program Is Given, and Many Men and Women Demonstrate Ability as Elocutionists. All of the Sons of St. George in Butte ai.ld Centerville spared no effort to make t:te celebration of the day of St. George 'Ilhe entertainment in Butte was given by the members of the Victoria lodge in ould Templars' hall. Memubers and their guests gathered in the hail to the number of several hundred and many stood un during tne entire even the opening ode of the order began the entertainment and everyone joined in the singing. W. R. Tonkin was chair Iman of the evening and introduced the asveral numnlers on the program. Mr. Tonkin spoke eloquently, alluding to the occasion of the celebration and continuing with reference to the glories of American citizenship. Program in Full. At the conclusion of Mr. Tonkin's re mnarks the following program was ren dered: Selection by the High School orches tra, song by N. S. . yle, song by J. Davis, solo by Mr. Kitto, solo by Mr. H. Martin, recitation by Miss M. Flint, piano solo (,y Mrs. F. Webber, solo by J. Nance, song, "Cotton Blossoms," by a quartet chorus composed of V. G. Stevens, W. II. Ivitto, W. B. Trenerry and ). H. Martin; recitation by Miss Angel, song by Miss Kitto, solo by v. G. Stevens, vocal duct by Miss M. Willard and Mr. James, solo lb Mr. Mills, solo by W. J. Dunstan, piano solo by Mr. Gordon, song, "Good Night," by Professor Stevens' quartet chorus. Each number on the program was re ceived with prolonged applause. The quartet chorus and Miss Willard and Mr. James in their duet were exceptionally good. After the literary and musical program a banquet was served in the dining hall. The entertainment concluded with a ball oi the third floor and many of the guests remained until a late hour in the enjoy nient of the (lance. Exercises in Centerville. The exercises held by the Peace and Ilarmony lodge in Centerville were equally successful. St. George's hall beld the largest crowd that has ever assembled within its walls. A. F. Bray. chairman, announced he would make his little talk later in the eveninl, and the entertainment opened s ith the singing of the ode, the entire audience, numbering about Son, joining iii the chorus. The program was as fol P'iano solo, Miss Laura II. James; song. Mrs. Fitabutler: speech, A. F. Bray; "Since Thou Art Mine," Miss Kitto; man dolin and guitar, Misses i)illon and (I 'lonniell: remarks. Joseph Calloway : song, Norman Scott Lylle, and a recitation by Mrs. Norman Scott Lylle. The banquet following the program was served to several hundred persons and was prresided over by the women of the Peace ant Harmony lodge. The chairs on the floor below were cleared away and a few hours were whiled away in dancing. RUMORSOF TROUBLE GREAT NORTHERN TRAINMEN DIS PLEASED AT NON-RECOGNITION BY THE COMPANY. There are rumors of war among the (;r:at Northern trainmnen. Word from St. Paul indicates a great am1Iount of dissatisfaction among the trai. men. The plssibility of a strike oni May I is now recognized. All the other transcontinental railways have granted concessions to the men, tbut the (;reat Northern has refused to treat with them. F. E. Ward. general manager of the road, has issued the following conutmunica tion to tlhe trainmen: "First-The company refuses to treat with the coummittee, its officers or the ofti crrs of the National Order of Conductors and 'Trainnten as an organization. "Second--The company refuses to grant ally of the demands of the committee rela tive to increased pay for men serving onr double-header trains, or to abolish double helders, or to grant any concessions what evcr on this issue." Si he menn say they will leave th'e matter to a vote of the employes of the coanl any. 'ihc .Northern Pacific has grantelI the o,;lcessions asked of the Great Northern. Nearly 1,5oo men are involved. Great Northern Railway Co. Excursions. To San :rancisco and return ..... $so.oo To Los Angeles and return....... 6.o0 ()i s.ale May IJth to Ioth inelutsive; good returning until July 16th. For full information atptly at ticket office, 41 North Main street, Iutte. W. R. &ME1S.'IA, C. 'P. & T. A. The Stock 0 Reducing * Sale " at the * " W BeeHive Will continue during the week. The prices S we have quoted for this sale we guarantee to * be the actual cost price. S See Our Window Display. BB HIVI e 33W. Park St. E. Butte - * Montana JOHNSON IS NOT OUT FOR THE PRESIDENCY Mayor of Ohio City Dis courages Attempt to Push Him Forward. AY ASSOCIAtKOD PRes. Kansas City, Mo., April .s4.--.ayor Thomas L. Jol.nson, under date of April at, wrote the following letter to J. W. Merrill of this city, a democratic politi cian, in response to a letter from Merrill discussing Johnsmon's nomination for p9esi dent in 19o4: "Replying to your favor of the stds in stant. permit me to say I think my field of use futless is right here in this city, and at most in the state of Ohio, and I must condemn any movement such as you speak of as both unwise and undesirable. "The mere talk about nominatinng me in 19o4 is a positive injury to what I am trying to accomplish here, and it does seem to me too I;ad to interfere with seem to sae too bad to interefere with work that is bearing such good fruit. 1 know you, as a friend of mine, will dis courage this in every way possible. "I am grateful to you for your kind words, but believe that on reflection you will agree with _my conclusions." BENBOW'S INVENTION FIRST TRIAL OF AIRSHIP BY THE RED LODGE EDISON IS NO. • A SHINING SUCCESS. ,t REFUSES TO COME TO EARTH Inventor Comes to Grief When His Ma chine Gets Mixed Up in Telegraph Wires and Is Ruined. SPt tlA1. 10 TlO l INTLIR MtnL'TAIN. Red l.odge, April .- t.-"God bye!. will sec you later I" said Inventor IlenIow. as he stepped into his airship ont her trial trip. and turnted the lever which rec leased the balloon. "Good-bye! When I come down I shall be famous." And away he went. The trial of this Montana world-beater has proved conclusively that for certain purposes it will be a huge success. t)ne could hop over a to-rail fence with the reatest agility by mneans of this mlachine t would be highly useful for telegraph linemen, as the heights to which it soars are about that of the average pole. A Cantankerous Thing. True, the first trial proves the msachine to be somiewhat cantankerous, inll that when it goes up it often refuses to conme down. When it is down, it as frequenltly reuses to rise. A large crowd gathered here to witness Benbow s first attempt. Suggestions as to the use of yeast, whet] after inetfectssal efforts the machine remained upon the ground, were greeted with an air of Itighl scornl by the Northwestern Edison, who requested the crowd to retire to the ex trelne rear and assume a recumtbentt posture. It Actually Flew. Hlis contfidence in his darling was ntot unfounded, as after a while, when it got good and ready, the halloon inflated and suddenly shot up into the blue. Then its huge, awkward wings began to flap in a bewildered mtatnner, ad., accom pantied by the cheers of the enthusiastic multitude, it actually moved forward. But forward, alas; on a straight litne. for Ioo yards front the starting pl:ace. nIenlhow becante inextricably mixed sIp with a line of telegraph wires, which r ,. ripped his balloon to ribbons, causing him to land with more expedition than ease. lHenbow is not discouraged. lie says he is unable to procure proper materials here and will make anIother trip 'ast, mansufacturing his airship there FINED $5 ON ASSAULT CHARGE Dave Willard Is Convicted in Justice Court, but Decides to Appeal. Dave Willard was yesterday found guilty of assault itn the third degree ont II. F'. [likes on or about March 24. After a hearing in Justice Taylor's court in South Butte the defendant was fined $S atnd costs. There was another charge of assault pending against Willard. but as the com plaining witness, J. Mitchell, did not ap pear the case was dismissed. Willard was not represented by an at torney, bitt gave notice of an appeal in his own behalf, and was given until to o'clock this morning to file a bond. California Excursiot. via the Oregon Short Line Railroad. San Francisco and return ................ e0.o Los Angeles and return ................. Going asld return via ()tgdn, Utah, or P'ortland, (tre. Tickets will be on sale May tj to t9 inclusive, good re turninig until July t5, sgo3; stopover privileges in bothi directions. For fur. ther particulars call on or address sos North Main street, Butte. II. O. WILSON, General Asent. Thomas L. _ohnson. SEEKING FOR TIMBER EASTERN CAPITALISTS AFTER PINE IN THE STATES ON THE WESTERN COAST. TREMENDOUS TRACTS ARE LATELY SECURED Even Titles Running to Homesteaders Are Being Purchased, and Thousands of Dollars Change Hands. Ill 1.5.ii I.AIF'I PRISS. Sain Francisco,. :Aprit 4. I'.stern ct'api talist, are investing liagely in timtbi r lands. SA well-knllown lIIIIertinalll ialvs that fully $I, i,... ., has beeIt, n Ia.l duritng the last year for tale to timberland in (: alifornia ;andI that other tractI hlae been atluired by Ibuyilng titleu ni ]ini stiader where such a course wa. pos.,ilc. SIn addlition to prevotut.s transactions, a 'Texa tirl isr i reported to lhave purtrchaseil $3.1.tto, worth of isugar pinit lali ini Men docioll counlty for $Son..oo. anldl a %inl nisota .oipauny is said to ie ngouliatiing for the tt|aister oif about so.ion acre.s lo timber landl in Sirrra and 'Itluns coun ties. the price hiving itn the nrighborhodI of $.a to,ao. RAISING WOOL RATES RUMORS CURRENT THAT WESTERN ROADS ARE TO PUSH THE CHARGES MUCH HIGHER. The usual [pring talk ahit the railroadl andtl ilthe all lake routes raising freight rIat, on Mon)ttana and .thelr westrn w)ool i cur rent. 1The stry is that rtateIs ill Is(. raid c il fronml Missuuri river and Si. I'.ntl andl 1)u luth points elst. lThe steamer lines and i tII all rail line, are saidl to :ihae ill contemplalatitn aIn agte ment which will result int a slighlt inciras, ill the ratels. As the story g,.s, thle hake lines al:ready have in priipect all the t tni:ige the lv i an cnveniently hanicll :111 woI l l o h y u ;g a light loadl for thle lspace oc(cupirt d, is niI .I4 desiraible as heavy tttllage fnreight. I:ornerly the hake line, tt crtiled wooIl ,I a dillerential Itl,.w the all rail litnes of c' ce€ntst per h lundred. Ilut thi, s;eason it is 'ex Ikitrl. that the dilltereitial w ill e iunly 2 Cit th. Il.cal railroadl otiicers :lappear to ktli, nothing about the report, of ins rease. BODY OF MRS. WHITNEY TAKEN FROM THE GRAVE With the Remains of First Husband, Corpse Will Be Deposited in a Washington Cemetery. SY AS.OiIA1Ill IRaSS,. New York, April J4.-- For reasons which the church authorities decline to make pub lic the body of Mrs. William C. Whitney and that of her lirst ahusband, ('apt. Ar thur It. Randolph, have been, taken from their graves illn the cestmetery of Zion Episcopal chturch at I)ouglaston, I.. l., pIlaced in caskets a.d shipped tu Washing toll. No member of the Whitney family, nor any relative of ( aptainl Handolph was pIresent. Rev. Arthur IHagley, rector of the church, would give nio explanation for the removal, other tlhan the issuance of the order authorizing the takiIng up of the bodies was (on application of ..Ms R: an dolph, a relative of the first husband of Mrs. Whitney. It is said that it was Mrs. W'hitnley's re quest that she lie buried by the side of her first husband and that tle desire was ex pressed before her death. KILLED BY AN ELECTRIC WIRE Valuable Colt Owned by R. C. Howell Meets Death in Odd Manner. A strange accident killed a valualle colt belonging to Richard C. Ilowell itn South DIakota street yesterday. An incandescent light was hung over the animal's stall. The horse ma)ag:ed( to get hold of the wire with his teeth. The floor was wet. Connection was formed. The Soo-volt current killed the brute. When I[owell entered the stable a short time after the accident he saw the horse on thie floor. The position was peculiar. Howell made closer examination and found the animal dead. J. STANLEY LEAVES FORTUNE Gypsy Prince, Just Buried in Massachu setts, Was Rich Man. BY ANSO('IAT'I:I) I'R S, Boston, April 24.--James Stanley, known as "Prince of the Gypsies," whit died in a traveling wigwam near Haver ill, Md., hary. been buried from a tent in West Roxhury. His will leaves $a5,ooo in cash and a house in West Roxbury, assessed at $85, 0oo to his widow and eight children. The undertaker who had charge of the funeral says Stanley had an iron casket, weighing 800 pounds, made for himself, which was used in his burial. Stratton Estate Report Filed , BY ALSOCIATDo PKNSS. Colorado Springs, Colo., April 24.-The report of the three administrators to col lect in the Stratton estate has been filed and formal transfer of the property made to the executors. The court allowed the administrators $16,Sa5.73 for their serv Ices, being 1' per cent of the value of the property. HEW IRISH LEAGUE BRANCH IS FORMED IN THIS CITY WITH AN ENTHUSIASTIC MEMBERSHIP. W. K. DWYER MADE PRESIDENT Each Charter Member Will Act as a Committee of One to Secure In creaLe in the Rolls. .\t a Iarge antI enthusastle cletiti.g in the Auditoriunm .tist night a branch oi tlh lUnited Irish .eague was formed. l le charter roll was signed hy the grrater part of tho.ee presont as chltter alrenbers. Each of the charter mtnller·* will act as a committee of one to solhtit ai. tlership in the league. '-there will be apploihtd to solit clt llltmen tr't ilp by the erxec'tive co'nllllitter of whtih W. I). 'lark is chairman. I hls coltmnittee will Itert Sunday evellillg iit thie vjices of )the ctunty cmillllnssiloin to iasitn a ·all for a maIlI imeting. Not Confined to Irish. 'I hr membership is not confilnd to Irisjh mel. or the derendants of Irishmlen. all tht... who love Itlwrty alndl jus.4.Lt being elt-ll le. K\\K. K. wyer was c'ho.'. president of thi ht .il branc-i. A lttuher ,of liinllla tiot., were Imailde fur thle ollire ol prrel dent, among the statuincr', hbegg Oalh nev. ('lark, ltro thy. I larrinlgt.lt, I'.%le rc, acllatthn antl 1 vnclh. I ,I.y dtctliied ior the reaionl tlhev we.re to, huIw,. (Io give the n erll l. sa;llt litlo Ito the. ,1 , tL of tlhe ullthi . S.ite tI them iii d1el brillanllt p) c hellr of erCI tal.;tI it. AtI. I)whar warr was r rte.l to, th ,e hair iv ,'th r HahrriJngto, ami Ml. I. y h4b. II, th.mnke r the un emi*' for th.e h1onor thiat lald hLe .n IlI rt lst on hlion . ;n 141 ptto n i ,. J 4i tli. Ilti duty the lihest lie kit. it hl . ltiihoilgh It hti l u lt r it.bulo tilhl .All \l cti tin Judge Holland Named. Ifee 1,nII.oll.i w'a1 relt e vi.h 'rre, de1i.' . Mait I lltnnon. ,t're'tert ; .ohn I 1i.!.. . i t .lltrt.l r ;titl WI . . I (, I i.· k, h.liit enl; ..I flh "ec'ttl ive.' llllllilllf l'. lh ' rlntlit lll r of the con. i I .iittei it. an t -W.,I I ,4 Ilt"v rhi r aS toill ii, I- . I I tr i. J. I1. · La l. Ja ie, Irenn~mi John ", , nltiation. Ii. it $t . . Itd. :re ' i t ; i llllt oiii. .n Ie t i tIi -. I li' % ill t ii.1. iW Ir.t I MIe 11a.l~ h i, t ',v l t oo ith tll. t 'i t .i,.,' of eai , ' ih ti. h l h ,li i g, eral cS i. tl;!ltillll of ile i '( tl.t I t ,i h Ite c.tlte it.a . . 'l l ie e i iy the. lotai htanheal 'I1li lletleng wa, ralle.l I. older h,' hat rl l hI'. ). it iiti , . l h, n ll .ai aifr th irt I thicht the I uinits hi the tudeinte wl.e- Lken fullp. AIR FULL OF FLYING GLASSES Warrant Is Issued as the Result of Fight in a Saloon. '"rI Lr ugo bea.* ,' : r il.i.~.e, s;ilt'l t1hroughll hta aior IiIt I h.Itncs Ile.klt r i s;aluonI, ill Simphe iutte, W1 ednes lay eveIning, a, it Vh(t, from n ca t pulllt. () 1' landed with 4,f, ' it the head ,t Alfl rd SJ r d lrf, a.l - c r hltg to the story li' tolh the Comity llt turnty' as he t xhthih'l hi , wond.d head asPh a hir c iiut ill i.leaui tiandi asked for the acre , ut Jlake ',atti, Ii.bartender ill the wsurf 'ltr, i iol Jtustii oi the Tacet Piil Ilarriiiot' hat Ii.e tul Tom, will be gi.ern a hearing "'Ihulrsclay afut'rnonoi. the |, o i tntll ti ll slori,. a hit t • at vari acire as to the II austs Iindintg rip to the ill, :er| assanlt. adorf claimts Ibll- ;utle hr ml i' a , a:ih" li' tih;t 'I no did r not hken the( l;tte.r let, M. in I ;Cngry ;l Itrio s thel thte r ,isstir" at tni, l i at Kirnf hiih mr e an cut i t o 'i t tlof t I ye t i Slr . l If, g. ll i een liiork when t ii t itt."e .ft.ti S, t t'i. ji ui l ly.i,,,rl( Ii,.l-l i l h , ii Iii w: , 11it of h k. .Shtildorf dhid Inot proti : )lIit i fl job l r t il onll refutsel t.o ,il lllw Inl to work longer. 'Ihis made Sea pot; .angry and hi" atta-ke., 'I Tnns. MUCH MONEY FOR A ODLLEGE Many Contributions Are Made for Institu tion at Kingfislher, O. T. Ii' .1, ,>O IAlII l.ilhtis . l.a n ,;, a 1 st> , A p ril -t . I're. .s eh t J . T. !lo l-r oif Ktingliher. (loalege, O). T., all. t 1onn1 r " hi , h aI , rt 'e liv e dl ol ie y ilt o f $;:n ,. o oll, ; l lllolh r of $ . 0 aiid olJ i er g.i.t, at;. grt ,itiog $to.000. toward the $1o,oo. to It: ra il , J ,o 1 ina s to m tu I ii t' c 'o ndi, o n l o f th e Killft o $S.,o, ulfred by I). K. I'e'r,.,. uof I h . The total of fthe contributin, tinus Iar is $60,000. Danger of Colds and Grip. The greatest danger from colds and grip is their resulting in pneumonia. If rea sonl;,le care is used, however, and Cham. berlain's Cough Remedy taken, all danger will Ie avoided. Among the tens of thou saldl who have used this remedy for these di:itasCe we have yet to learn of a single cae. having resulted in pneumonia, which shos conclusivefy that it is a certain pre. vcetive of that dangerous disease. It will cure a cold or an attack of the grip in less time than any other treatment. It is pleasant and safe to take. For sale by Paxhon & Rockefeller, Newbro Drug Co., Ckliatic & Lcys, Newton Bros. Monarch Club Ball. ilw of the social events of the week wa, a aIll given by the menlliers, of the Mlonarch club. it was held at Hen lh;as htall 'Thursday evening. There aire 3.J1 nllliers in the club. It was ain ilivita tiuon alltair. There were Iimore titan t., per - ns pIresent. The moll, it i ecitiicn, wet Ni. Downing, I. IPeiree, 1) . .t oihji onl, I'. Auitill, t. )Innting, C. ;etnornme, J. hartine. The Northern Pacific's First California Excursion of the Season. I ,r the 'reshytel ian Church I(;eleral As~ set bCy at Lo.,s Angeles aid the National As station of Master Ilurmbters' Meetin at -.an IFrtncise*o, the Northtern l'acthe railway ,will sell excursion tickets irot flhutte ii an Francisco and return.............gy.o IA, Alngeles and return ........ ... . . g.o. '|takets on sale May 11th to gth incl usive, good,, for returnily until July I th. It you are contensplatilu a trip to ( alifornis ar. ral.,,e youlr lan tito as to take adlvantage of It', very low rater and remember that a trip throug t the Yakima valley in WVashtltn ton willth its mils of fruit orehalds in full blI.,nti on the Northern 'acilic's "North Coast Limited" is an event in oa's lite that will le remembered with the keenest pleas. ure lung afterwards. For full inllformatnu call on or write W. if. MEI'4RIMAN, i;en'l Aat., ('or. Main and Park streets, Ilutte, Mont. WEEK ENDING EXCURSIONS Via Great Northern Railway. Iloulder and return, good on Sun daiLs only .. ......... o. '.B and return, good on Sundays only ................... 00 Boulder and return, good Saturday until Monday ........ ....... I 50 Alhambra and return, good Saturday until Monday ................. a o Ticket office, No. 41 North Main street, Butte. W. R. MEECII C. P. & T. A. For the safe investment and rapid ae. utmulation of your surplus, talk with Qilus, No. 79 West Broadway, Butts. ONLY T111S WEEK To Get a Good Sewing SMachine Any Make or Kind At our SPECIAL SALE PRICE We are selling lots of the m. If you want one don't forget to come THIS week. Sherman's Piano House 129 AND 131 EAST PARK STRf[T. SENATOR BAILEY, TEXAS, GETS A FEE OF $200,000 Statesman Is Well Paid for Having Handled Large Land Deal for "Industrial King." IY 1h . , i'I. l 1'10 I , S New ' mk, \I.pI l .t I' ,lla, fll t S. a ralla .llar It.Unlh ,, Ils'.l, a I I. ,, nµ o,,.nlgt. ullalld l nl.l. nl I 1 1 II ' Il ' I I llllll.. d It. , II.llh a ' ,.111ii .i i al| t I.11g' r t'1111 lllllly III' .llll t ia l"at 1n1,a 1'.. . . *ll " IAIa hI II l. ih 5 i.ka l iaaI l n tha1g 1 l ll y i,. I' lll llll r. .1.. Il, l l :1 ll, ll l |,1 1 1 lK 1. (..II|1 1)1. 11 1 '1Ilie la rl;.aIa l l lll frl, alcaaraaIIII a11 a Atar.' Ilithy i.a laarisa.el '',.a a. Iala . 11hil *ai a . Iall lhy a It, ari'ad ha llat i ih iaalie tl AMUSEMENTS S UTTON'S BROADWAY TIHLATtR Dick P'. Sutuon, n. alllger. 'l'bene as. Flriday and Saturday Nights, April 24-25. Rose Coghlan "The Second Mrs. lanqOeray" • ..taM y of till" .oa nl whl l i l hr Ite.. id. . ic . u ttP. $ia.So Overland Minstrels Third Season 3 NIGHTS AND MATINEE 3 (ommenclng TUESDAY, APRIL 21 .Matine J lhursdaly. .Sralt inow Ioll .ale. GRAND OPERA HOUSE Arthlnr A. Marks, Malr. Ta I. 56. I hbr, illHh~h , conlllllllln lllag i g i;Sunday, April io; Sutnday natinh, (lli' Mark presents thlIaose I:,IaaOusly Funiiny Ilow,, Gallagher and Barrett In that Ivergrc.en Sulccas, Finnigar's Ball "All ih's and Sm and Slln hine." lli: (.1'.t and hori l of plretty girh. All n, w unno i " and specialties. Irces, . a. a 5a, 75s rli'ile, 25c ad 5..-- Six Million DIollars Spcnt by thea U.P.R. R. Co. ihi ilmproving what was originaally the hnacst track ia til \VWest. RESULT A colllparal ively straight andr level roadbed, -allahIstaed with dustlessl Sher liman granite, renderillg p.Osible thel highest rate af speel.d, together with tlhe greatest degree of afetiy. The miagni tude" of the work Imlust he Ceen to be aplpreciat'ed. WHAT DOES IT MEAN? Solid comnfort, sccurity and plealture to our piatrollu. ARl( YOU GOlING EAST? If so, you cahllaotf afford to go via any otl.er shall this ROYAl. IIItHWAY. Flurthelr illformnatioll on application per ,sonally or by letter to II. U, WII.SONa, O. S. L., llutte, Mohltana. YELLEK DOCTORS Srire ll Shromle Diseases of Men sad Wml e.. U. e Corner Bradway and Montana Street, J. D. M'6RB6OQ, VETERINARY SURGEON. hlonorary graduate of the Ontario Veter Inary College of Toronto, Canada. Treate all diseases of dnomesticated atnimnal ac cordling to scientific principles. Oftice at Marlow's stables, 1.4 South Main 'rei:t. "leelphone a293 All caases pre.tly •. titadcd to. STATE SAVINGS BANK Ioh1n A. ('t r ightii ......... Preiid nt (;. \V. Stapleton ......i .. \ie I' e rii int I. NI. Il-lit .............. 'a. lhier ). i). Ilh,1ig . . .... ... \,.it.llll (''. hier R. II. N citke . ..... A. tl.lllt l .,.hir I'inder tllte * l l ervision and jurij - didt'un. litelnest a.1nill dntposits. Sells r*xchele , av;ailahle in Al the principal te'1," of Ihl ('it .ed St. al4 .ilt 1-:mt ope,' ( 1- lh ,i,,,, iprmlptly .it trenslh l I.. I'an .at .I K inclel bink l iilector." I. \. I reighto.n. lim111: . G. \V. St.plet n, \ II. Itarrlt, I It. I.evitl, S. V. fI. per, T. M. 11,,14 ',iiir r li.ii aw I'.l k Str Cit., It1tt1 . DALY BANK AND TRUST COMPANY O ' BUT 1. I ntahli hv l Ill t ,,.1,,H terd igo . CaJItal...$100,0000 o General Banking Business lIllN I I u I \. l I'1 ,, Ie.t I (" S\\IN Ii, n \ .' .l( :1.l11 4 . A. I 4 I: , I . £. 14 A N 1. I. \'hIulit 1I l r 1 A. ( lark J. Ill CLnrk. W. A. CLARK & BRO. BANKERS ii iy 1!:,II ll 111f, ,, i :n ,, ,i , 1i b1)1-. m 111 11 ;u ire 11l.1,1l e( urltl itI," lIoxe, foe 11t11 in ,.i11 ,h oo,it vallt. pIrlllipail lll . ofI tli ii e l ittil States and Itl1 ,pe. Ai l.l I J. iJ, IXalSTc,'' , Cashlier. The First National Bank Of Bsute (,'t.blished 111 .) Capital * * $200,000.00 Oi1NERAL BANKINO I)raft, drawn on all principal ritier iof the worll and le Itter of credit i. AN.I)HlkW J. I)A v IS....... llca ident JAMES A. TAI. OT1..... Vice,. l'res. I.. II. Wl.I It ItK ............Cashier J. S. 1)U''TON..... Assistant Cashier Butte. Mont. Capital......... S100,o00oo, Under state sltpervi',ion. Five per cent interest, payable qluartcrly, paid onil deposits. Money to Loan on Real Estate F. AUG(;. HINZIE ......... President A. N. CLM iNTS.......... Cashier C. R. Leonard, Pres. T. It. Ilinds, V. Pres. Fayette Harriigtoi, Cashier. Silver Bew National Bank CAPITAL, 1l00,000.03 This batnk solicits accounts, offers prompt and careful attention to business of cttometl. Collections promnptly attentded to and remitted for on day of collections. Sell foreiln and domestic exchange, trans. acts a general bankillg business, pays in* terest on the deposits. I)irectors--Charles . ,Leonard, . Auu. H1einze, S. Marchesseau, A. llnlmforth, R. A. L.ouis, C. W. Newton, T. I. linds, Joan ItacGinniess, 'ayette tlarrington,.