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NOTES OF THE SPO.RT IN k..
JEFERIES SLAYS
THREE LARGE DEER
GOES HUNTING WITH O8B FITZ
SIMMONS AND RETURNS WITH
TROPHIES OF THE CHASE.
Harbin Springs, Cal., July 21.--The Jef
fries-Fitzsimmons deer hunt was a great
success. The big champion returned from
the wilds with three deer which he killed
with his own gun. On the hunt Fitzsim
mons gave his attention to ground rcluir
rels, bringing back a dozen.
"I enjoyed every minute of the time we
were away," remarked JclTries. "\We aw
more deer, but I think we did pretty well,
killing three such large, fat ones."
Fitzsimmons related so me interesting
incidents which happened on the trip.
There was one which Jeffries will never
forget. While they were plodding away
on the trail one of the pack mules
stepped into a hornets' nest and the in
habitants swarmed around the pior mule.
The latter kicked as hard as he could and
started to run away with the laggage.
When Jeffries gratbbed the beast some of
the hornets buzzed around his head, and
between the mule and the angry insects
the big fighter had his hands full, Lut
finally subdued the mule and saved his
luggage.
Jeffrics says that fr om now until Au
gust I he will stick to hard work. ihe is
n fine condition, as strong as an ox and
the picture of health.
AUSTRALIA WINS THE
RAJAH OF KOLAPORE CUP
tY .AS ' tI ll ID 1ru.1
Ilkley, I:nwghin,. July .t. 'l hie IH. h of
Kol:Spi,,rr tlup, o'''n tt t nis of r u s bt ti' it l
the motlier (ountry, linl the mliltia or viut .
Leers o(f , I1 t r Jttsh ,colony, dl ,'.-lt shni y .r
fedcratin, the Indian staff corp,,, the luhan
servTice . or Indtsln vthu r1etlu , , u h~ t t te r
slay in g Iool wiather u.tl , as ; .on Iv sAutrait.s
Nit us i e . ot I ,,. 'lie Ioth lit - ,ly 1 n
'6o, (. d, .r . ; \'j \ t;I, 7.- ol" intsstrls- , 71,'"
F. B. ALEXANDER STILL
HOLDS CHAMPIONSHIP
1' A5' I A n t. s.
Fyracu'e, July :t. i r ,I I. .11 sall, r o.
.N. w Yo~rk rui, '.ttilly Ihl1ln I 1l I.is title as
chamtni ,.'l n nrInlt t,1;.s r iof Niw t ',rk ltate tly
iefeating It. G. itunt of (ahlornit, Ii, lre ) ".
ttrday afterner n. ' heli s.rcre s ; (, : ( o.
Ihc ' (.liifornian was, iiatly offt c.l or . d ssi
ee'y I r t.e New YIorhtr.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
St. Louis 5; Cincinnati 1.
St. L.uis, July .i.- Score: r1 II l"
St. Lois ... . ........................5 6 3
Lincinnati .... .... .. . ..............c 6 r
liatterlc, - .cFlarla.nd and J. (c'N.ill; IlAhn
and litrgen. l'nImirc-Mo.ran.
Chicago 3; Pittsburg 2.
('hicago, July :t.- Sc.r:c 1 R II E
( hicag" .......... .................. 3 2
I'ii',! urg .... ........ ................. . 9 a
BaRttre- \ tci r and Ahnng; L.t6ver and
W' r. I 'm;t.-i Jay.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Washington 4; Chicago 3.
\Vhingtn.n, July a,.-Scorc: R I1 F
\Washingtun .......................4 9 2
Chicago ........................ 3 6 3
Ilatterie'--\\il. n and kiltrldge; I wen and
St. Louis 3; Philadelphia 2.
Il'hilads lphia, July :I. Si, ore: R I1 I".
St. Louis ............... ..........3 5 3
P'hiladelphia .... ............. ........ 7 1
l.-tteries .i itr, a.id .gdlen; I 'lank and
Boston 2; Detroit 3.
lBsttn, July :i.- Score: R I E
Buston ........ .............. ...... 7 a
Detroit .. ............................3 9 0
lIttt liits- \\i uies ;al C(.riger; Ksiinger
and Mc(Guire.
New York 7-0; Cleveland 5-2.
New YOrk, July :1.- Score:
First game- RII II
New rk........ ..... ....... 7 8 9
(leveland ............. .............5 6 5
Bantttric I ruhth ,and lievile; Ji,ss and Ab.
butt.
Second game- 14 I1 12
Clevelandi .... .... .... .... .........a 3 o
New York ....... ............ ......o s t
Itatteries Bernhard, Abbott and l ay; Lits.
bro, Wolfe, 'Connlor and Ilville.
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
Seattle 5; Oakland 2.
Seattle, July 21.-Score: It II F
Seattle .... ..2 I o 1 o o o x-5 7 a
Oakland ...., o o o o o o - "8 8
llatterics- Samlpie anid iuiettlegr; Cooper and
Gorton. Inmpire- Mel)onald.
Now for the Semi-Finals.
IDY AhioCAlI P:it rFSS.
lloeton, Mass., July ai.--\\hen the day's play
ended in the L.ongwood Tlennis tournament, 34
matches had been decided, leaving only one
more round before the semi finals. It looks
as if Ward and Wright in the first halt, and
Larned and one of tie Wrens in the second
half, had their way to the semi-finals.
SUMMEBR SUITINGS
In serges, worsteds, homespuns, cheviuts
and flannels must be particularly well made
and fitted to retain their shape and dressy
appearance; therefore a first class tailor is
an essential to the well dressed nian. ily
leaving your order with Dell, yout will
recelve the best garments that skill can
procure or money buy.
JAMES We BELL
Tallor sad Draper
50 blest Broadway . u. utto, Mont.
IFS AND ANDS OF SPORT
Anyway, Mrs. Corbett says that Jim will
brat Jeffries in the r.jth round. This bet
will he pretty generally coppered.
D. Gibson, manager of John Willie, he
lieves that Corlett can win. "That man
Corhett can go faster backwards than Jeff
ries can forwards," he saidl this morning.
P. J. Corcoran has made a match with
C('. I. Snyrkr of BIillings for a tin-yard
dash for a sitthtantial siide lbt. Snyder
dtefcatedl Totmy Morris last ycar in re
markably fast time andi is said to be one
of the flertet tio yard men in the West.
Corcoran has rtln srvtr;al races in ltte
andt has always tbeeni virtorious. lie is
training at the race track, where the con
test wilt lie hl htl within a short time.
Miss Anna Iuncralfe, a Spokane girl,
has broken all known records for women
in throwing the cbaseball. She has turlied
the little split re that causes so uilt l
trouble ai t Natltorttltn park a distallt e of
0"5 fet t ant olie inch. tlie hst record
knotwn to h;aveL btet made t befre Mi ss
Ituncalfe's thro, was made by Miss
Bertha Iturgett, the coillege champion, al
registered at tL feet.
"tillings. July a -t . Stortint, I:litr,
Inter Mounitin: Plea.e informl me through
the coli.ins of the Inter Mounttain
whit th.r a .Im n who weiglhs 1. l* o lt .s is
a liglhtweight or a welterweight?
"'(Al. M'( Al< II ."."
Theli limit if the lightweight rli.s is
133 pounds. If a ighter is unable tIo
tnake t.jo pniid. he is not a lightwn Ight.
but in the lI.0, Ill xt ahove him. Jo
Gan( ., h.an il,,n li-ht'. .iht, fights at r.I ;
,poundt, hut ihe .st the Chantitionsliph at
"I t, re that mny chance ,f ,w'ing
J.f'ris is stin.ier thani his t hait'nc f
putti,,t i 'e away." s-,i,l Ja. ne J. ('Crlb.tt.
"| e o: te I d lon t hlitI vt in ., rmots
I irh s t , oit s a li t ka ,.ls,,t I.I . wi .
I kivw wsh; t J, lic ..e an ,, I tkm it hi+
linit'. I kn,,s hI,. -.t , ,h . ,,t! I kn.,,w
his tul.. n. ... I k , , y ,, i , ,: ..VI it
thre Yeiars I t, ..i. ,I i. r.n'
just th,. weu kts;t t \, h , h t.,,ilt i fa ll
hI lte hUni in ,,ill, L., fN.'i t In Ih" th it 't
plan' we' ilia;'l hie I- Ib,,th, r ablo t lii
h i. i". l . p .i "i, l tl', t i h t, , i It
he is note .I ii. t 'i us I a h "no ' ti chin
AIRSHIP TO BE LAUNCHED
5 ' . tur la s ,ti ..' t i"to o ;it : 'li; t ", tt . ,1,
BUILDING A NEW
VILLAGE AT FRANK
NO CHANCE FOR SLIDE IN PRESENT
LOCATION OF THE COAL
MINERS' RESIDENCES.
ROCK IS STILL FALLING
Estimated That 87,000.000 Tons Have
Come Down Mountain Vein of
Coal Was Not Touched.
(;reat Ftall, July i.-A. . St i;'a. x
licutctatit govrnor of Mhoitana ;lrni ll.ln
agr of the F:ai k citl nil s f[ r II. I..
Frank, pas-el throuigh elti city yscterday
en route t1 tI, sc in, of tl rre:at dli;,'ter
of last Aprid.
'Rocks ire 'till minung Idown thle mttotin
tainl at the ronI C of the gr;a t disaster,"
said Mr. Spi igg., speaking, of the nmatter,
" land it is estiia:ttted that 87.0i i0,00ii i tol.y
came down during the lug slide, rushing
five miles across the little valley.
Building a New Town.
"We are huihling a nrew town of Fratnk.
over a mile at froll the ilhi tJownI which
was engulfed in the landslih., and have
ooi Incll Inovill the houiscs which were
left uncovered. We have oprnci, the coal
vein over fine mile ea t fri:i the old
workings and will run west ;aong the vein.
We have 4"J me11n(1 working oni the openinge
now atnd are in aboultt 60. ftct and taking
out a coinsiderable rqu:nutity of coal.
"The terrible slide which covecred the
tow\n and mine came from a thousand feet
above the mine antd di tinot ill the least
effect the coal vein. The works of the
miie at the surface, however, were en
tirely overwhelneld, tilhe only thing we ever
found being a three inch piece of marble
sw itchlboard live miles across the gulch.
A Total Lose.
The i:achinery cost about $75.o0oo and
was a total loss. With the present work
ings we weill sooner or later tap the old
workings and within a short time our
output of coal will be as great as ever.
"In the new location there is not the
slightest chance of danger from any
slides, the slope to the hill being such ita
to prevent the possibility of a recurrence
of such a thing. That the old slide should
continiue to rain down rocks at intervals is
a remarkable thing and is possibly due to
the slacking of the stone exposed to view
by the great slide."
NEW CANNON RECORD MADE
Artillery Record at Port Townsend,
Wash., Distinguishes Itself.
BY AS.O'iIAIrr PerISS.
Polt Townsend, \\'ash., July i.--The
I26th company coast artillery, in practice
with to-inch guns, fired at two minute
intervals, has established a new record In
the 'United States army for such target
work, scoring four and a half out of a
possible five, beating the former record
of four out of five held by the 74th coin
pany at San Diego. The record is re
markable, from the fact that it was ac
romplished the second time the gulls at
Fort \'crden saw service.
CALIFORNIA EXCURSION.
August 6th to Isth, the Oiegon Short Iine
will sell tickets, Butte and Anaconda to San
Francisco and return, $50, Ltos Angeles $60.
Limit for return, October t1th. Tickets good
via either ciaden or Portland. Remember the
Ogdln ruite is 50o miles shorter end 24 hours
quicker than any otlier (only two nights out).
lcserve berths now. Short Line ticket office,
ros North Main St., Butte, Montans, H. O.
Wilson, General Ageal.
or a good strong rap on the solar plexus
will do him as surely and as quickly as it
would do for any other man, whether fie
were champion or not."
Jimmy Britt is training hard for his
fight with Jack O'Keefe which takes place
July 3t at San Francisco. lie Is a treat
dlral with Jim Corbett, taking runs on the
road with him. On account of his injured
hand, he has cut out boxing for a time.
The broken bones have knitted and will
soon be as strong as ever.
If anyone should roll up in an auto
mobile and ask tabout it, the trip to San
Iraincisner and return to Ilutte, to see the
Corlbett-J ffries fight will cost anywhere
friomii $5o) to $auo. Some persons might
doI, it on less, say $hol,, but he would have
to be a mighty hazy spender. The first
itemll is the railroad fare which will b,
perhaps $(o if the railroads are kind.
'l'hen it will cost a man $,o for meals
on the train aln $io for a berth. Theq his
'eat at t the light will cost anywhere Iroit.
$5 to Sao, and to protrude one's face
iito a swell hotel will le another tidy
little hunch. iThen, too, the itenis under
the head of incidentals are grievously ex
Ipl' sive soaniltiiices.
Areli, IlIrrtra is terribly in earnest in
his d'lentl for a p;.ssag;e at arms with
iYounig t'ttl t. 'lTihere is the familiar
riiutle of re:ly tI)neiy a)outit the Mexican
challenge. I. hI as dt ip.sited $,.,0u as
forfeit :tt S:t Flrainci,o aind has ask, I
( ,irl it to mitle n ilnto the open.
Mc';.ve rni tit t;ally spiilhed Ilerrera'.
ch.tnis of .ith lhI. ih;ml.ioiislhip one tim..
,t the re is a great r.r ld of ihoney In
Iht1 e s1oi; l .tn the Paciic coast that wi!l
,. k him :;*,. iin t ('i . ,elt.
AlthI.,ulih I mity Hyani. the midhlll
i%Ittht l;tlitpiot, ha- offters-d to, train a.li
o., , .l i t. .orbet in hii cmiin(g fight
withi .1 . t urcs, he will nuit get tht
]lit, e. ( r,, tll ht, Ilatly r(ftuse I lRyan'.
,i .r. I -reltt r ai i thdt I(~valll is :1
;Isahtale , man I i i rillir I b t ;1 ( ta)ort( fl
tin-, n lhly un1 ler.tan. ,s .itiries hilseit
.l hi, line of b:attle, he s.t) Ryan
m ti n.h't :,Iv',. him. "\i hil. I ai in th,
line '. 'tinu." " vl , h t. ' I w ill ste ,l
l , ..ab we I . . m. y .1I .. :I I w ill g tid,
w, ., I. : . lli , , th, p.. ', that Jelftf it
I, . I t I . t . t~ t I .ti .
If ,' , l, r,"i , I th l . w hi6 , ' w c' r w ill b '
IRON COMES FOR ;
FEDERAL BUILDING
MATERIAL FOR THE GREAT STRUC
TURE IS NOW ON THE
GROUNDS.
NO MORE DELAY IN SIGHT
Whiteway & Shackleton, Contractors,
Plan to Continue Work During
the Winter.
Ir-l foir tlhe federal buihling has come
at la:t.
'I hat i., the greatter portion, of the iron
work lI:s arrivtli in the city and is now
on the grolllt s. I
Ir Ii, tgh una.idbdalle delay on the part
of the Minntapolihs Steel company the iron
failed to arrive on schedule time, and even
now ia part of the mllaterial contracted for
has not put in an appearance.
It is thought possible the other iron
will arrive by the time this has been put
to use and so avoid further trouble.
Work in the Winter.
Eterv elforrt will ie made to get things
ill shape so the work can progress during
the winter.
The intention is to roof over the build
ing and let the work go on during the
willter lmontlts.
\Vhiteway & Shackleton agreed to have
the building finished by a year from the
2.d of this month and they expect to ful
11ll the contract.
Unless an unexpected contingency arises
those having the work in charge see no
reason why everything should not be com
plete and ready for use on schedule time.
Colonel Jordan said this morning:
"While all of the iron work has not yet
arrived, there is little probability of any
further delay. We hope to get things into
shape so the work can go on during the
winter months so no time shall be lost.
Roof Over Building.
"The idea is to roof over the building
and put in a temporary heating plant in
order that the cold may in no way inter
fere with the progress of the building.
"Plastering and all that sort of thing
can be carried on as well in the winter
as in the summer months.
"All of the brick work and granite work
is practically done. Every effort will be
made to complete the building when the
time colies.
"Unless the unexpected happens there
seems to be no reason why the building
should not be finished by July a3, 1904."
BRINGS SUIT AGAINST MAYOR
Man Who Lost in Gambling Game Seeks
to Recover His Money.
11. II. Gibbons, a railroad telegraph
operator of .lMcCamnlmotn Ida., has brought
suit in the district court against Mayor
-Mullilns to recover $1,ooo, which he al
leges the mayor withholds front him
wrongfully.
Some tilne ago Gibbonis, while intoxi
cated, lost all his molney at a sure-thing
resort in East Park street, his lost vAlr
uables including two certilicates of de
posit aggregating :l $1,oo.
It is alleged thlit mayor and Ji;n Lynch
strode down t, th, lIce and forced a
mlan named Il)' yr to give up the bank
paper, and that, . hile giblbons has de
malllndd the script froim Mullins, the latter
has refused an-l still refuses to surrender
it.
Gibbons wants the money and interest
and sosta.
COiSNTII TION WINS
THE SECOND TIME
RAPIDLY BECOMING A DANGEROUS
RIVAL FOR THE NEW
DEFENDER.
3Y AIIOCtAT1D PREtS.
Newport, R. I., July al.--The Constitution
is rapidly becoming a dangerous rival of the
I(eliance for the honor of defending the tro.
pIgy, for the older bust defeated the new one
in yesterday's run of 37 miles by t minute,
.'9 seconds, availing herself of her time allow
ance as estimated at about a minutes and 17
Swecondls.
'lhi id the second time on the present cruise
that the Constitution has won from her rival
,,it time allowance and while the victory on
the first occasion from (;lencove to New Ilaven
iwas due in some measure to a changeable
I,.lcze, the conditions today were as fair for
ani. as for the other. The two yachts sailed on
pr:ctically even terms for nearly ten miles
:laIg the Southern Rlhole Island shore with
,hl.ets well flattened anil it was not until hall
the course had been covered that the Reli
:nle e Bas out from under the Conlstitution and
s ,tly in the lead.
'I he Columbia sailed a lonesome race, drop.
Iing from the start and linishing more than
, itinutrs behind the etliance. 'lhie run to.
,l.y was madne in good time in a strong breeze
Iom the southeast.
hI|h yachlts sailed almillt the entire dlistanlce
fi,tin tihe Race Rock to I'Plnt Judith sharp ont
the stuarho.;rd tack, 1aI1 the last seven miles
t, Ithe fi. ih was a broad reach.
',iniirli ,w the i'h't will cottinute the cruise
I., Vlity.rdhllavetn. The time of the 9r-footers
IBat. Start. Finish. Ilapsed.
I lian.c. c .. . .....In:j,:j6 a:56:36 3 :6:ou
( ,, .itit ,uti .. ....lo:3):5t 1:5,4:.1: 3:7:29
( ,litu hi:t .. ......to :3i:ou "ay7:56 3:36:54
ADVERTISED LETTERS
Ili I I letters advertied at Ititte, .Mont.,
I, I tek 1tiding July ith, 19tgj:
11. Atk.ron, Mi' ,, Carrie .\nlder.on, Mi.s
I I .. .t very. I. iinia .\nI 'uro., Irallnk .\n
,'n,". , . . I. I. . .\ohow, .\Irs. Nettle Andetr
.n, I( It.l. .\nhlroi n, W illis .\m1 les, Mrs. I).
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I,:,,Itlly. \Is. Iannic lianigs, \Mii.. Glen
I. -s., 1\ r. F. Ituckley, (;co. A. ln tul n.
Ish l i.ly Ibt i 'blm ,hsII, J. Ityrne, John RIohrer, ).
; I:ll~.. , ..h laiunt E. tower, \li+,s .hnme
I.t. k. is'.. .\. l , gcr, I illian liarker, Mr-s.
\,11,. l I lhz:sl. M -\hi Mintrva hilnnett, It. T.
I.... S. A. Brown, W. K. liraSnard, \ alter
DI lly I('.me'. .\ , v.' .hri.tensrn. i\ss An
ni ( ,ughlin . Ii. I.. Crane, M.11 I'irances
('lia,', G. \V. (otrsen. hlenry Canpbell, il. J.
(hilm is., John J. (lark. J. A. Colemnan, Mrs.
J. (iongdon, i . Coleman, J. A. Coleman, jo.
.Ih t( oninlly. Mi : . John Carlson, Jas. Caey.
I.,'eis V. (tliny, Mrs. I. V. C'uny, Marion
('llet. Napoleon Cote, Richard Crumb, IR. J.
C(nmy. T'oin C(olbert, Toney Clark, Terry
('lark, Valentine L. ('arty, Willie Candell.
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A. 1)uhach, Chas. Duncan, Mrs. C. J. l)amer,
M. It. Dlonm'an, E. Dodge, Ella Dutton, . IMiss
Florence DIecker, Mrs. i. l)eavonport, II. C.
Dare, eniry )Dugan, James Dlwyer, J. W.
Donesiiy, J. Newton Ilier, N. J. Davis, Roy
IDonvacsn. )r. Roden i. Duff, William Daily,
I. If. Dunufrd.
lr. A. Edwsards, M.1iss Lizzie Ealy.
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Donall Fence, David L. Filer, .Miss Ella
Flrrest (), .Miss Grace Freeman, G. II. Penell,
hlarry Fay.
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\Mrs. Libbie Giemer, Miss M. Gordon, Mrs.
M. Gillette, Win. Geminder, Jean Gonat, Ed
Gower, George (Grageo, Mrs. Hattie Greig,
John D. Gordon, James P. Gundon.
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,lMiss Carrie Ilanrahan, Mrs. Edwin S. Ilinks,
Mis.s Ilnia lastings, Mrs. E. C. Howe, G. F.
Il1l, II. Rouffman. Miss Helen lanson, Miss
Ida Ilanlela, J. II. Hllolman, Louis Hickey,
Mrs. Mabel llanlyc, Mrs. Nellie hallas, Nels
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'lhornion llughses, W. ;. Iughes.
Percy WV. Ireland, Thos. Ingram.
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Charles Jones, Edward C. Jones, Mrs.
Frankie Jenneson, Henry Jones, Mike Jonson,
.N-. Jacco.
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Illackie King, Chas. Kyllsnen. Frank King,
John Kaempker, Mrs. Marie Kavpach, M.
l.;ujawa, Lear Koshlard, Mrs. \Wm. Kenyon.
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Mrs. .arlmore, Mrs. A. A. ELees, C. E. Lee,
D)a Dippo l.ilvlon, Mis Gussie La Moore,
Ilarry Lappen, It. F. Luckett, Miss Irene
.eslie, John J. Linncti, Jerry Lowney, Mrs.
L.ou Larkin, Mons. Lalande, R. K. Lawrence.
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O. O. Murphy, F. Murphy, J. Murphy, Mary
Murlphy, Mr. Mathews, Charles Mackey, Cliff
Martin, Geo. E. Monroe (a), John Mack, J.
A. Malm, Nora Malloy, Miss Jennie Matthews,
Paul Mitchell, Stewart Mingo, Mrs. Thos.
Mehlian.
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McAndrew, W. R. Macaulley, Ethel McCor
mick, John McCoy, TF.F. McDonald, J. R.
IMcGrath, Leon McKay, D. HI. McKenzie,
Murdo McLean, Diag McMahon, John J. Mc.
Millan, Mrs. S. I). McNorton, J. IA. Mc
Carthy.
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Miss Edith Nelson, M. F. Noon, Mrs. Sarah
.Norwich.
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()ecdbauer.
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W. J. Porter, Miss Christina Person, Ed.
uard Parker, Franz Pintar, Jas. 1. P'ottle, MSss
Katherine Palmer, Mrs. Kristine Pedersen,
John Perna, M.ick Pilojcn, Vernon Plross&r.
Miss N. E. Quinn.
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rs. l. A. M. Roberts, Mrs. Geo. Rogers, Geo.
Ricf. II. T. RIed, I. Rubenstein, J. P. Reed,
I.iew Ronison, Maurice Rowe, Maggie Muauy,
1'. J.. yan, Tommy Ryan (3), Mrs. Win. Rob.
erts, Wentworth Rice.
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Jas. Sullivan, John L. Sullivan, Miss Alice
Stark, Charlie Simpson, Mrs. Ella Sizemore,
Ford R. Stover, Geo, Schaefer, H. J. Shaw,
Hugh Sutherland, Miss Hanna Soderbacka,
John J. Scullon, Mrs. Joe Sears, John Sallaske,
Lymnct Sumter, M. A, Shipley, Pat Spellin,
P1'. (i. Small, Mrs. R. A. Shane, Ross Schen.
nerihorn (2), S. L. Stephens, Win. Sweaney (2),
W. A. Short.
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Mrs. Abbie Turner, Mrs, B. J. Thompson,
IMrs. I)Dolly Thayer, Joseph Taylor, Joe Tlbbet,
".F.' Troiur, Mrs. Ritchie Taylor.
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Anidre l'ictre Vulterson, Joullo Vladuick, J.
I:. Van Camp, Miss Rose Van Baabane.
Mrs. Emma Whiteman, Wm. Wallace, Wm.
G. Whltstone, J. H. Wilson (3), G. H. Willis,
Mrs. II. W. Wheeler, John Wheeler, John
Wolf, . UI. Wales, James Wailacn. J. Wilson,
mm,
WHISKEY,
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Mrs. M. A. Wood, O. N. Woodman, Miss
Pa'rl \Warford, Dick Wright, W. J. Waelsh.
B. C. Youngson.
Vasilio Zeta.
GEO. W. IRVIN, P. M.
ABOUT THE TREASURE STATE
First Looomotive Pulls In.
SPECIAl. TO TiE INTER MOUNTAIN.
Lewistown, July as.-The frst locomo
tive on the Montana railway pulled into
Garneill last night and the clitaens held
a celebration In hlonr of the event. Work
on the Lewistown extension is being
pushed and it is hoped the line may be
completed by the time of the opening of
the Montana state fair In Helena.
Fred Dryer Sent Up.
SPECIAL TO THa INTER MOUNTAIN.
Helena, July at.-Fred Dryer, aged IS,
was sent to the penitentiary yesterday on
a charge of horsestealing. He confessed
to taking a cayuse from Jack Adkley. He
chose a year at Deer Lodge to six years
in the Reform School.
G. L. Lambert Dead.
SlPE IAI. TO TIlE INTER MOUNTAIN.
Townsend, July at.-G. L. Lambert, a
veteran of the British army, is dead here.
lie was once county commissioner. His
wife died a week ago.
Walker Wells Injured.
SI'ECIAI. 10 THE INTER MOUNTAIN.
L.cwistown, July as.--Walker Wells was
painfully injured Saturday while driving
with E. C. Husenburg. The horse ran away
and dragged W\ells, whose feet became
tangled in the reins. 'He sustained a
broken arm and bruises about the head.
Charles Lord Dead.
SPECIAL TO THE INTER MOUNTAIN.
Billings, July ae.--Charles Lord died
Sunday night of appendicitis, aged 19. lie
was the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Lord.
Two Companies Incorporate.
SIPECIAL TO TIIE INTER MOUNTAIN.
Helena, July ar.-The bMackinac Mining
company, capitalized at $~o,ooo, has been
incorporated by W. J. Naughten, M. L.
Holland and D. P. O'Connor, all of Butte.
The Jerry Creek Stock company has been
incorporated by James A. Donovan, E. S.
Pasamore and C. A. Prouty of Butte at
$34,ooo.
Work of Incendiary.
SPECIAL. TO THE INTER MOUNTAIN.
Billings, July al.-An attempt was made
Sunday night to burn the Garden theater.
An attache discovered that the cellar had
been soaked with kerosene. The blaze
was extinguished with a trifling loss.
Charles Whipple Injured.
SPECIAL TO THE INTER MOUNTAIN.
Lewistown, July as.-Charlie Whipple,
a Kendall cowboy, was perhaps fatally in
jured near that place last Saturday. His
horse threw him and fell on the rider,
breaking his collarbone.
May Be Conaster's Body.
SPECIAL TO TIlE INTER MOUNTAIN.
lHavre, July at.-A body believed to be
that of Robert L. Conaster, formerly
sheriff of Valley county and marshal of
Glasgow, was seen in the Missouri near
Williston, N. D., last week. Coaster was
drowned while on a hunting trip near
"Ninth Point."
MODEL TIME TABLE FOLDERS.
Model time.table folders, which are supe
rior to any time.table folders ever printed, have
been issued by the New York Central's pas*
senger department. They are Numbers "ag"
and "so" of the famous "Four.Track Series,"
and both are literary gems and compendiums
of railway travel. General Pasenger Agent
George If. Daniels has incorporated various
suggestions made by bright people, and he has
tried to include in these folders all that could
reasonably be put into such books.
They are worth a prominent position in
every dibrary, and on every business man's
desk.-From the Buffalo Commercial.
ANOTHER CALIFORNIA EXCURSION.
From August 6th to tsth, inclusive, the
Northern Pacific Ry. Co. will sell special ex.
cursion tickets to San Francisco and return
for $so.oo and to Los Angeles and return for
6do.oo. Tickets good returning up to and in.
eluding October tIth. Stop-overs are allowed
within a ten day limit going and within final
limit returning. For full particulars call on
or write, W. II. I MERRtIMAN,
General Agent.
Negro Is Lynched.
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Pine Bluff, Ark., July az.-For an at
tack on a s3-year-old white girl named
Blake, Crane Green, a negro, was taken
from officers late last night and lynched.
The
SPORTING GOODS
Store
Our stock is now complete and we
are prepared to furnish you with
Rlfles, Revolvers and Shot
Gans of Bvery Make at
Lowest Prices
FISHING TACKLE
In Bndless Variety.
Shot Gun Cartridges
Of All Kinds Presh Prom
the Pastory.
Oarl Engel
II and 13 W. Park St.
AMUSEMENTS
BROADWAY THBATE
DICK P. SUTTON, Manaeor.
Eveninp 9 P. M.
Saturday Matinee sao P. M.
Walter Sanford's
Players
WI. present for their msecad woe
commenclng
JULY 19"" .TE
The Powerful Drury Lane Drama
MY JACK
Thursday, Friday Iturday o
Sad Saturay Matins,
"THE STRVGOLB Or LIFE"
Prices as and soc. Saturday Matl
laee, highest price, Ssc.
BIOGER AND BETTER THAN EVER
NORRIS & ROWE'S
BIG SHOWS
Will Bxhibit In Butte, Tents oreo
8econd sad Oregon Avenue
nd ý,y July 22-23
Anaconda, Friday, July 24
Performances, a and 8 p. m.
Grand Street Parade 10380 Dail
500 PERFORMING 5
ANIMALS...
Trained Elephants, Camels, Llamas, Lion,
Pumas, Seals, Zebras, Monkeys,
Ponies and Dogs*.
Zoological Annex
Olympian Rlppodrome
BEdcatloeqqMlase
20 MERRY CLOWNS 2
Royal Masuda Treupe
Japanese Performes
Sleo Whirl and
BIyecle Experts
100 NEW ACTS 109
MMICES-ADULTS Sc, CHILDREN
Butte-One Day Only
JULY 24
S~Peess Won by MoerIltlOt Yvep
Trutbfu.ly advertised and hoo blyc
ducted; igger and better than er before.
6--rfMOU8--6
CAMPBELL BROS.
Bigl Up to Datel Newt
Circus, Museum, Menagerle, 1ipodrome
You never sawtt eqtsq
All the L~atst Arqnloiejtpon.,
A COMPLETE WORLD.a SUEUM,.
A la7 l Roman podrom
The Bes Trined Animls ev n, head
b Venus BIlgrgst and sateot /phant o
MONSTEI MAZJISTI 1SPECTACULARI
FREE STREET PARADE
Unapproachable in Welth and Grandeur!
In the forenoon-Rain or Shine-Inspect it.
Two Complete Shows Dolly, at
S and p. m. Remember.
One hour given to witness Animal sad
Museum Curios. Don't let anything keep
awsy.
AT TIlE B10 SHOW OR0UNDI
Butte Concert Hall
High Class Vaudeville Art
ists. Finest wines, liquors
and cigars. Change of
bill each week.
G. V. H. SHAVER, Mgr.
57 B. Park Street
Richards
THE BUTTE UNDERTAKER
Practical Undertaker and Embalmer.
54o W. Park St., Butte. Phoneo 307
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Helena, Mont., July :rth, Ipo.
Notice is hereby given that the followtng*
named settler has fled notice of his intention
to mhke Anal proof in support of his elala
and Mat said proof will be made before John
R. Eardley, U. S. Commissioner at An.
conds, Montana, on August syth, agj, vit.
Charles Herbert Poster, who made heome.
stead entry No. "i.,p for the esovthwee qual.
ter, southwest qterter, section a north
half northwest quarter and southe#t quarto
aorthel4st quarter, Seotle as, townshi a nort.b,
ranel ti weut, Montana meridian.
He asme the following wtnesses to prove
his rat inuous residqnce upon and eultivation
of said land, via, Damey MluDonald, William
Flatt, William Barunowsky, Jacob Nasf, all e
AnacJssd, Montana.
FRANK V. A1IL4 Lg
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