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JACK CLIFFORD FIGHTS A DRAW GOES TWENTY FAST ROUNDS WITH PERRY QUEENAN AT ·,.I, VANCOUVER. BY1 ASSOCI A1En PRrarx. I'aneouver, It. (.. July :J..--Jnck (lillorld of San Francisco and Perry Qucenan if Seattle fought a ao round draw last night. Clifford was under weight, ibut le forcedl the fighting until the foirteenith round. From that to the nineteenth round Qilcerian hadl the best of it, while honors went to Clifford for the final round. Queenan had the advantage in height and experience. SIR THOMAS BRINGS LUCK TO SHAMROCK III BY ASSO(fATID PRsaS. Atlantic Highland-, N. J.. July a..-. ir Thomas I.ipton's new clhallenger for the bautical blur rilbbon was again in racing form yeslerday andl timmed her trial horse by 33 ninutes 5? secIonids inl a mo mile race. Mluch of her hig victory was due to a fluke In which she covered miles of water, whlle Shamrock I hung idle in a calm. Another thing which the sailors say brought luck to the new boat was that Sir Thomas, after watching the race frcm the Erin for several days, sailhd today on the challenger. lcr crew declares that he rarely fails to brilng good luck. Exciting Cricket Games. BY A .iO(i AII: D I' I'Fa, lsinneap.lis.. July :. l'ittiurg and Mlani fcba were the winllning teams in thie L.islecon day's pilay of the Nthlwesterns (rickrt a..oul ation tournat ieolS at i':trkidle yesterday. 'I he former won from St. Louis after an excitilg finish Iy to rouin, while the laitter deleated .lin nesota in a full g~mne by 3t runae. McChesney Has Three Races. Rv A 'OCtIAl Fi I'RI hs. New York, July 'a. It wa astinotinc',l at the htrighln ite,. hi track last niight thliat Ic Chesncey will ie .hilpped on 'I hsrstday for ;Sat a toga. whre re Ic as ieteril for three stLke races. The first isn whIch htsll .1'i('hrnley and 11aterlhy iwoulll be eligible is the Saratoga chamitsiun.hti .ta.kes. UNITED IRISH SOCIETIES' PICNIC, DEER LODGE. SUNDAY, JULY 26. For the abloe plunic fare for the roulnl trip from Butte %ill be $u..a. ( h.lrn i ovcr 5 and under tI years, so cettus. S;-'cial trains will leave Ilutte at N:sn a. in.., sitl a. nm. andl :ou p. mn. Returling tra.ns will leave i)ecr I.aIdge at 6:30 p. m., 9:a, p. In. andil 1i:3 p. im.m Pas sengers leaving Anaconla on the It., A. & P'. frain at s:io . I. will ;imake connecitions at Durant with the 8 Jo a. m. train out of Ilttte, and leaving on the t sj5 p. . train make con. secUons with the as :o a. m. train out of butte. Tickets will be on sale at the Northern P'a elfic ticket office, corner .Main and Park streets, on Saturday, July aoSh, and at the depot ticket oMfce Sunday morning. Y.r list of attractions see large poster. The purpo*e of this outing Is to increase the Thomas Francis ,Meaghler memorial fund. Everybody is cordially in 'itcd. '$4 per too oype L.co niclori;al ulttonts. Ilawes, Butte.d DROPSY The abnormal accumulation of serous fluid in the cellular tissue, or in the body-cavity. Kinds of Dropsy Cardiac Dropsy, that which is due to failure of the Heart's action. Renal Dropsy General swelling of the body due to diseases of the Kidneys. SYTr PTOI S Dropsy is first manifested by puffiness of the skin of the face, pecially of eyelids, later the feet, ankles limbs, abdomen, then tTe whole body is badly swollen. Headache, nausea, general prostration, feble heart action, irregular breathing; pulse is slow, skin and face pale, pain in back at times, urine passes in small quantities. There are no abnormal conditions that afflict the human body more than nervous, heart and kidney diseases. For Plore Than Fifteen Years I have made a special study of the above conditions. Nervousness, sleeplessness, nerve prostration, mental despondency and other neures thenic conditions are in most cases directly traced to derangements of these organs. If You Are Suffering Consult the doctor who has made a special study of chronic diseases. Dr. Norcross has cut the price of office fees, and he now treats all diseases and furnishes all medicines for the small sum of Szo a month. Consultation and Examination Free DR. NORCROSS Corner Rooms 9p-o-,u, Owsley Block, Butte. IFS AND ANDS OF SPORT The Salt Lake team seems to be playing a very smear game of baseball. If matters go as expected the "l)ixie Kid" will be Mose La Fontisc's next vis a- vis. However, since Mose had his little seance with W\\'alcott, he gazes with sus picion upon gentlemien of color who are reputed to have a wallop like a catapult. Mr. Weed has been weeded out of Mc('loske)'s garden and will adorn second blase for Spokane hereafter. No game yesterday at Spokane. Met('lokey says: "W\e re only seven game:s behind Itutte, and we will go home Iprttly soon to play 4-1 g;ines on our own groulnlll. D)oii't settle that penrnant iilels tion without countitng San FJrancisco in." Shortstop Tinker, formerly of the Mon tana state league, is mtitking a batting record for himiself in ther (Clhiicag, National league tt.am, lie is nintlh from the top of the list and for the early part of the season was i nrieredl loing the first half dozen. 'lTinker played with Anaconda in t9qo and the year following he wenit with Jack Grimt tio Portland. Great Falls hals iale a hid for two of the IL.os An.iles Ih.leletlna gamies. A satis factory guarattee has beein made aind it is pirobable that the Saturdnay and Sunlday gatie will be played there. The attend ance at Ilelelia hlias fallnii otfT a great deal of late. Jimmiiiiy Itrilt is trying Jim ('Corett h style of traiiiiig antd is thriviing on it. ilhe plays baseball andil perspiTres like a water cololer. In the gyullinasiitnl lie is practicing a new jolt oil a heavy lag, whiclh hi, says he will use itn conectiing with (I'Kei fei's jaw lwhen they inlet at the enild if this ('Krfe is Itaking his. time. Ie hi s nto likintg for work that hb rnt- tipll his italit), lie Sxpects to ih vslhui Iis p, I d next woreek. hll rry Hlart, Ipr l hiit of thei ..it Fratncisico l; asieba.ll l itbi, silys thiit the ritnolrs cniierniirg 'auuruiti ilrppingu t it of the lPacilie Nationial hItague iare auib, lutely withouit fijndiatiotii. "There is ab.olutely ii, truth in these w ihll stories." said Mr. IHart in :lt inter •iew, '"andil I want the plihle ito under standil learly the t ittion of i thilel T unia club in this matter. None ofi the Ilirr-. tors of the chili ever as mtlh as 'expresiedl a desire to Inlti r the rival Ih ,it.un i, illlply because they wt.uul lios' by the iloisve. "'lThe lTai'-u.ua iub hals bI. i making ig HELENA SIGNS CARTER ?iJlavagr (Cali, ,I .f Iht llruIIta tra Ica IITtrettgtht nt d 1,1% pit, hmtg 4t n 1Q by Ypnill Ilcike ('Crter. lit t.h r f I c in ccci mi . nuia of the game fir the rgt.ticic.r t4 the I. awa4 l hleneca i+ in rtat ntt d Ii I itch i I 1 I tie lard hititing I..., .fins, I, meni jita. LC.rter ii. cJai uc li (u .taavc t a. ii a it a days. Ihikc (urltr ha.ic n s inn at Olympia, WdlII. .ci". n ll is si to hanve good cccucc t.. tif i."c6iciii 1 1114" i tic .1 it ntccnn. Hie ,c~c~c it ccithc ,Ac~ncimda Il tihe 4ciii S~tate le~aguce ccc,.- icrack It~iic. Atitc t ticce hr c "cc. cccii a ii c.t. Iilg ticlccnc anccc hacs since icy.1. wi t cc .,1 ti jc cci tec .. MAGNATES ARE UIABLE TO AGREE BASEBALL WAR WILL BE CONTINUED VIGOROUSLY UNTIL CLOSE OF THE SEASON. .n , ,.n i ·.' 1'", l- .. July .-.- I'res..i nt W . II. I.l,. , I the,, I':,la . iic ,Nai ln latgul-t i as re tid tl (hll.,., w.her, ir. in cuipany ¶itlI I)i I> I iltl,. ,tI "'u; ttle Hl leas bti n aittnd ing the h i~ b.si p, e.' c nfrlience. hr w,,rrin; nli noiite i' a utr ilabl to reach n g11 i ;g.I n tlllll. lll it I . lllll Ih.i t hll ere will oIi ith, n - itn s ui I ll h"ball .p unlltil the oIn, Is ntIlI, g .l . s, n n'i . " h1 t1e 'ili at i. . ', a i very anxious to ,tcure l .tetid, it. iand it. reprc"rtitiaives have II,, hlelatiIn in saying .ll ," al Ir. Lucas. "lhlly ),w re willi.u t~ ci,,l itl, the National a" llt'i il i Il t ilhe clnd i,it i hat they te pr : hdtel territli al rights. in the six tltics ofl ii er tircl it, including St attle. 'lIhi I) daugd t elldi lli tinl ehr fr a niltent. ('Oletian uI id lihlt a prl.upit litin. a.king the to .inme a tli.ire til which h,,y .t u ld .ltl their 'alifor. Ia lia hl,ihnes or a figure at which they would hay the habngc of Hart sni Coleman. 'T hir they ri' e.i., tI i do. t hlenuii antd Hart declined t i : Itip , ii n and ut l in tllha ilild, ened l)tit dhl, dec I ihi l te step lut ilf their way in S.attle, c.l e'iiunitly there uwas no way in v hich we tcoiil ctlimte to twnts. "'Nillter Ihtildline n llv m elf dliscussed the tI . itn of peace perseoutly with Harris or Manrley. (ole ;ulm c.lierrd with them amnd so did Mesr-. Farrell and Jaus. A. hart. "There is ill prospet of l ice that I can ase at presentl. Harris anld .Morley seem to be latit.ring under the deluini tIhat they have the fight wn. and that we are seeking peace. The contitrary is truie a the situation stands. Dug. dale and myself, ia well as the other clubs of this league, are agreed that nothing can be dline that is not ientirely satislfactory to Hart Iant lis associates. When the season is at an enld and ba.seall politics conic o the fore ainli it is posibile a way will be found." NORTHERN PACIFIC SUMMER EX CURSION RATES. On May 16. the, Northern Pacific place on .ale its weekend excursion rate I as t1. Plpestnne and return ........ ll al ime Spur and return ..... a e On sale Sturas and Sundays. Good re" wuin eBridges and return...... s.O' Alder and return .......... 9a. Pony and return.......... On sale Saturdays. Good returning followo a eer lodge and return ....... l.O On sale Sun.days for No, . Good returnlag same day only. Bonit. snd return ........... o00 On sal ert train No. aturdiays. Good returnIng the following Mondays. p SHamilton aner return .......... S.,toa Goo d kfor two a an ad ineludo board and lodging at the "Ravalli" hotel. fHamilton ati raturn.......... I a Ticket on sale daily. Good lor eighllt days and elU odea waek's board and ladgig il the ' valli" ll. nd l n, The limit of tickets can be extended b rppyn! to panager of the RavillII hotel lau paying boar frorm time extension Is made. General Agent, cornier Man and Park sirese, Butte. SPECIAL TRAIN TO DILLON AND BIG HOLE. Sunday, July 26th, the Short Line will oper. ate a special elght-coaCh train, leaving Butte at 7:3o a. m., and running to Dillon, stopping along the big hole river to drop off and plck up'flahermen. Returning, leave Dillon at 6 p. m. Round trip tickets for tits tralni Divide, $11 Melrose, $I; Glen, $9i5s; Dillon, $z.o0, Hi. 0. Wilson, General Agenh money in the Northwest since the season opened and everything has gone on In a satisfactory hinner. I received a telegram from J. T. Stebb, one of the directors of the club, the other day, In which he as. sured me positively that the club conte.. plated no such move and that It would temain with the Pacific National league." "Say, talk about your hard luck stories," said ontle of the well known sports of Butte this morning, "I have one well calculated to sour one's milk of human kindness. It is a sad tale. "I have been up against the cold, damp clay pretty often but this thing makes me think that cruel fate has me treed anl out on a line,. I got whipsawed In a way that would make the strongest faro game look weak and puerile. "I have been in the habit of paying cash for my beans at the little bun; em poriunt in West Btroa(lway until one evil day slome one told me that I could make money by buying a nmeal ticket. That man was a good friend with a copper on it. I am a trustful sort of sport, you know, anl this ear-tickling scheme 'attracted me wondcerfully. "Well. I lJought the meal ticket. It was otie of these nice yellow ones with enlmblers alhout the bordler. I slept with it tlnler my pillow the first night. Neat nmorening I ate ., cents' worth of ham and eggs. "'T'hre's nothitng thrilling about that of col.rse. but awhen I went back at noon for the midilday eat. the place was closed. A large and interesttilg sign on the window ,aidl that the sheriff had done the fell dcled. I a:sked a mran about there what hie thoulght of mly 'chancles to realize on tilhat ticket antI hie grinned. 'You lose,' he said and grinnedl again. "( rf ceourse I thoulight it was pretty rough, buit it w:as the next deal I got that maale m' thlinik that I was playing clo,,i to a sanllidpaper. You see, having once tasteld the joys of owning a menal ticke t, I vt stock oil the game. I got the ihi a that Ill play alinother stack. "lhie're was a neat looking little ;es t'lirant jt t across \\'est Blroiadlwny that ha an inviting alppearan.ce. I went over lh ere andt callt,'d fior a meal ticket, In a lihd clminnitd;lllling tonl. I was served. "Now. his may s.eit a little Ipipey to y.n, Lult on tlh. deIad thieving tsquare, I ati just one ieal out of that ticket when the l;alneid wirks clsel down. Some roc.''ry cotipany tackedl tip a sign saying that the' hltnger-lappe.sing establishment wa;i n mreII , liere are the tickets now, ii slt don't believe te'. "Now, wtllint't that jar your faith in Illtll;tlli()y ?" PITCHER NICHOLS DIES SUDDENLY SPOKANE'S STAR TWIRLER SUC CUMB8 TO HEART DISEASE AT NATATORIUM PARK., Spokane, Wash., July sa.-Ernest Nichols, the star pitcher of the Pacific National base. hall league, died suddenly at Natatorium park last evening of heart disease. Nichols, apparently in good health, had been talking and laughing with other Spokane base. ball players while taking a plunge in the Nata. torium pool. Later, while waiting for a car, First ltaseman Nordyke saw Nichols' head fllling forward as if he was fainting. Ills comr rudes placed him on a bench, but could not revive him. Nichols was from San Francisco, as years of age, and during this, his first season as a pro. fersional, had won at out of the as games he had pitched for .pokane. There will be no game here today. HOW THEY STAND PACIFIC NATIONAL LEAGUE. Played. Won. Lost. P. ('t. I itte .............N.... 30 .630 I.to Angelels......... 84 a 3a .619 Sypokane .......... 83 47 36 .566 atlle ................ 83 45 38 .54 San Francisco....... 85 44 4 .59 Tacoma ........... 83 4 49 410 IlHelena ............... 79 30 49 .380 altI lake............ 1q 6 Ij .315 NATIONAL LEAGUE. Played. Won. Lost. P. Ct. l'i'tltrg ............. 78 Sa a6 .669 New York........... 74 45 29 .608 ( hicago ............ 79 48 31 .648 lrloklyn.......... 72 38 4 .5-. (' ttinnati ............. 76 40 36 .Sa6 llto...n............ 6 6 43 .377 St. I.oui............. 79 29 So .36 I'lhladelhia......... 75 a3 5 .*307 AMERICAN LEAGUE. lt,.ton ........... 75 48 27 .60 Ihi'lalelphia ........ . 7S 45 30 .6oo ( Iverland ............. 74 39 35 .527 New York...... 7o 36 34 .514 llrlit........... .... 66 33 33 .Soo ( licango .............. 74 33 4r .446 st, .Louis.......... 70o 35 39 .443 'shingtn ...... ... 76 a5 52 .349 HELENA HAS TIE GAME WITH LOS ANGELES 0Y AS.IO'IATE.D PRESS. Ilhletla, July a.--Los Angeles played a ta ining tie game yesterday, the game being cr.lkcd at tlhe end of the twelfth inning on Sc. cutint of darkness. The game was a snappy one from start to finish, each pitcher being well supported. Score: R 11 F. l.os A\gele... 30000 0 0 O00-4 12 1 lelena......... 4 oo0oooooooo -4 8 I ltatteries-Pluttmann and Carisch; T'hatcher and llildelhrand. ST. VRAIN IS EASY FOR SEATTLE TEAM RY ASSOC(IATED PRESS. Seattle, July 22.-For five innings the locals c, uld not touch St. Vrain. After that they p,.unded out enough runs to win. .Maupin pitched steady ball. Score: R H " Scattle ...... 0 0 o o t 4 t a x--8 I 3 'rTai,a....... o o I a 0 0o 0 0-4 7 6 lIltteries- iMaupin and Stanley; St. Vrain and Ilyers. Lmpire-Mahaffley. SALT LAKE WINS GAME IN A WALK BY ASSOCtIA1ED PRESS. Salt I.ake, July s4.-Salt Lake walked away with yesterday's game, Stovall being found irtely in every innlilng but the first. Errors were llnumerous on both sides, but as a rule cr(. not cobtly. AttendBance, Lo. R II E i..It Lake... o ta 2 t 3 a2 4--5 t6 6 Iritsco....... 0 0 0 0 0 O 4 3 0- 7 I 10 I::attries- -I.undbaum and Anderson; Stovall and Zearfus.. Umpirc-Colgan. PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE Portland 11; Sacramento 4. Portland. July 2a.-Score: R II E I',,rtland.... oo 0 0 6 1 o I x--Itt 4 acrtnento. o o oooo a- 4 8 5 Ilattcries-Thiclman and Iless; Fitzgerald anld trahaml. Umpire-l.evy. Seattle 3; Oakland 6. Seattle, July a. -Score: R II E .cl'ttle........I 0 0 0 0 0 0 o 2-3 5 8 ti :klnnd..... o o I 3 o I 0-6 io o Iltattries -Currick and Iloettcger; Lee and (.;lrtun. NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago 3; Pittsburg 1. Chicago, July :a.-Scorc: R II E ('htcago ......................... . 3 9 a i'itbur... ......................... 6 a Ilatteries--Menefee and Kling; Kennedy and \\'Wuver. U'mpire--O'lay. St. Louis 5; Cincinnati 4. St. louis, July 2a.-Score: R 11 E St. Louis................................ 5 14 0 ( Icinnati ............... ..... 4 9 llatteries--I)unlcavy, Ryan and O'Neill; Ew ing and Bergen. Brooklyn 4; New York 1. New York, July as.-Score: R II E l:roiklyn .............................. 4 8 0 New York ........... .................. 5 1 Ilatterles-Garvin and Ritter; Mathewson and Ilowerman. AMERICAN LEAGUE St. Louis 0-3; Philadelphia 1-7. Philadelphia, July aa.-First game. R 1 E St. Louis ............................... 0 3 s Ililadelphia ........................... I 8 o Blatteries-Sudhoff and Kahoe; Bender and Schreck. t Second game- R H E St. Louis .... ................... 3 8 lPhiladelpia ......................... 7 15 llatteries-P'owell and Sugden; Ilenley and Schreck, Washington 10; Chloago 7. \Wasiingtcn, July *3.-Score: R II E r \\Waihington.......... ...... ..o rla a b Older boal bei OIlllek c SKIN - !MAS OUTCROPPING 88OO.F BAD BLOOD And while not always painful are aggravatlng beyond expression. With few exceptions they a worse in spring and summer when the systembegin. toithaLioutnand the skin . r Wit hand. is reacting and maklir with o the extr efmortsto throwol , r a t the poisons that have so ea I' r11; accumulated during the aee a de e a and sal winter. Then boils and pimples, rashes and" 'a . eruptions of every con. ceivable kind make a senthas s ae } their appearance, and me to ke _t me, Eczema andTetter-the wa as= b i i am aa V * 10 twin terrors of skin . . a.e sas diseases -Nettle-rash,- A . is I,,, , lis GeNEVA 3at5ee ( Poison Oak and Ivy, 1 *I th m5., ianeapolis, rlan. and such other skin troubles u usually remain quiet during cold weather, break out afresh to torment and distract by their fearful burning, itching and stinging. A course of 8. S. S. now will purify and enrich hae blood, reinforce and tone up the gen. eral system and stimulate the sluggish circulation thus warding of the diseases common to sprin and summer. The skin, with ood blood to nourh it, remains smooth and soft and free of all disiguring eruptions. Send for our free book on diseases of the skin and write us if you desire medical advice or any special information. This will cost you nothing. 1 OWi T 'MfeMg0e 0., ATULANA 74e, RH IE Chicago ............................... 7 to 3 BIatteries-Patten, Orth and Kittridge; Alt. rock, Flaherty, White and Slattery. New York 9; Cleveland 3. New York, July as.-Score: R H E New York .............................. 9 sto Cleveland......... .............. ' - Batteries-llowell and Beville; Wright and Abbott. SEEK A DISCHARGED SOLDIER Young Wife of Man Who Has Dis appeared Appeals for Aid. BY ASSOCATED PREaSS. San Francisco, July 2a.-Robert Norris, a discharged soldier is missing from his home in this city, and his bride of a few weeks has asked the police to search for him. Norris was married to Miss Florence Parker six months ago. lie was at that time a private in the lo5th company, coast artillery, but three months after the mar riage he purchased his release from the service and was given a certificate of hon orable discharge from the army. Norris is a native of Hardman county, Tenn., and enlisted in the army at Paris, Texas, two years ago. NEW LIGHTSHIP FOR 'FRISCO Boat Built of Steel Starts Out From New York. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. San Francisco, July a2.-A new light ship has been ordered to start from New York to act as a relief to the vessel now stationed at the bar at the entrance of the harbor. The vessel is built of steel and is equipped with the latest gear. A lightship is also to be stationed at Blunt's Point, oil Cape Mendocino. She will be built here. DELEGATES NAMED BY TOOLE Helena, July 22.-Four of the ~S dele gates who are to represent Montana at the annual meeting of the American 'Min ing Congress, to be held in Lead and Deadwood, S. D., September y7-s, were named yesterday by Governor Toole. They are: J. -H. Lynch of Butte, Prof. E. H. McDonald of Butte, Prof. S. N. Winchell of Butte and State Mine Inspector John Byrne of Helena RAILROADS Refuse Grain Shipments. BY ASSOCIATED PRES7. Kansas City, July a2.-The Missouri Pa cific and Burlington railroads have an nounced that they will not receive grain shipments for Kansas City, and the Mis souri Pacific is also refusing to receive grain routed through Kansas City for other points. Railroad officials contend that the flood brought about conditions making it necessary to refuse grain shipments and unless the railroads take speedy action to relieve the shipments here a serious block ade will result. Under normal conditions nearly all the Kansas wheat crop passes through Kansas City. Coulee-Adrian Branoh. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Portland, Ore., July 2a.-The Coulee Adrian branch of the Northern Pacific will be completed and ready for reception by the operating department by August IS. This is the branch line promised Eastern Washington farmers by President C. S. Mellin at the time the railroad presidents and farmers met in conference a year ago. It connects the Washington Central, a Northern Pacific line, with the Great Northern and does away with the neces sity for a back haul on a large amount of wheat from the Big Bend country. To Adopt Clergy Permit. Chicago, July sa.-It is probable the western railroads will adopt the form of clergy permit which is now in use on the lines of the Central Passenger association. A meeting of a joint committee represent ing all the western associations will be held today to consider the adoption of a a clergy certificate and it was decided to recommend the change. POPULAR EXCURSION TO WONDER LAND. Arrangements have Just been completed by the Northern Pacific to run an excursion to the Yellowstone National park, July jr, leav. ing Butte at II:4o a. m. Fare for the round trip, $42.6o, including sleeping car berth, rail. road transportation, a trip through the park in the Concord coaches of the Park Transports. tion company, all meals en route and sccom modations at the Association hotels in the park. Sleeping car reservations should be made early In order that accommodations may be provided for all. For full particulars, sleep. ing car space, etc., call on or write W. H. Merriman, general agent, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Ofice at Helena, Mont., July las, Ipo3s. Notice is hereby given that the following. named settler has Afiled notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before John ,R. Eardlsy, U. S. Commissioner at Ana. conda, Montana, on Aug. as, tgos, via.: Ed ward D. Wolfe, who made homestead entry No. r593: , for the east one.half, northwest quarter and west onehalf, northeast quarter sectlon s4, township 4 north, rangs It west, Montans Meridan. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and eulti stloa of, smid land, viz.: John Elman, Horace Barker, Cyrus Barker, Pat Duane, of Ans. conds, Moatena. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Reglser, AMUSEMENTS BROADWAY THEATER DICK P. SUTTON, Manager. Walter Sanford's Players. Will Present on Thursday, Pridays Saturday Matinee and Night The Powerful Play of New York Lift The Struggle of Life Best Reserved Seats, 25 and 50S SUNDAY NIGHT THE POWER Of GOLD BIOGER AND iETTER THAN EVER NORRIS & ROWE'S . BIG SHOWS Will Exhibit in Butte, Tents Soe0 Second and Oregon Avenue w T.,y July 22-23 Anaconda, Friday, July 24 Performances, a and 8 p. m. Grand Street Parade 10830 Dally ANIMALS...G 500 500 I 500 Trained Elephants, Camels, Llamas Lions Pumas, Seals, Zebras, Monkeys, Ponies and Dogs. .; Zoological Annex Olymplan RHppodrome Educational usnoeum 20 MERRY CLOWNS 20 oyal Masada Troupe pananes Performers eycle Whirl and Bicyele Bxperts 100 NEW ACTS 100 PRICES-ADULTS 55c. CHILDREN 250 in Butte-One Day Only JULY 24 Success Won by MeritaIlOth Year Truthfully advertised and honorably cone ducted; bigger and better than ever before. 6-FAMOUS-6 CAMPBELL BROS. Sreat eonsolidated SHOWS 81b1 p to Datel Newl Circus, Museum, Menagerie, IIppodroma ou never saw its equal. All the Latest rnic Sensations. A COMPLETE WORLD'S MUSEUM. A Magnificent Menagerie. R RIal Roman Hippodrome The Best Trained Animals ever seen, headed . Venus Bitggest and Greatest Elephant on MONSTERI MAESTI CI SiECTACULARI FREE STREET PARADE Unap roachable In Wealth and Grandeur! In the forenoon-Rain or Shine-Inspect It. Two Somplete Shows Dally, at 2 and ap. m. Remember. One hour given to witness Animal and Museum Curios. Don't lot anything keep you away. AT THE BIG SHOW GROUNDS 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 BASEiBALL BUTT! EAOLES INACONDA NEW WORKS Columble Gardens Sunday, July 25, 3 P. M.