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Sweet Potatoes, 3-pound can ............ ...... 15 Pumpkin Pie, ready for use; 3-pound can ................. 2Cc Stringless Beans, 126c per can ...,................. 1 c String Bcans, 8c per can .......................... HIeinze's 'ork and Beans, onc, zoc and ..................25 Dakota Hlard Wheat Flour, So pounds ................... 1.15 Fine Granulated Sugar, son pounds, $6.25; s6 pounds ..... $1.00 PROMPT DELIVERY CRAFT PROVES A SUCCESS Torpedo Boat Destroyer Hull Pleases the Committee. BY AbSOC(IA1ED EI'MFS. Newport, R. I., Aug. a,.-lt was de monstrated yesterday to the satisfaction of government officials that thAe torpedo boat destroyer Ilull is a success from every standlpoint and the trial board has de cided to recommend that she be accepted by the government. The trial was held outside of Newport In a sea described by naval ment as from smooth to rough. The boat was handled under the dlirec tion of the board of inspection and bur vey. She was sent at full speed for one hour under a full load displacement and then for six hours shie was put on an en durance trial. She not only maintained her contract speed of a8 knots an hour, but at times made 9( knots and over. TWO FOUND DEAD IN STREET Police of Cleveland Are Mystified by a Double Tragedy. RY ANiO('IATED I'RY.SS, ClevelanI, ()., Aug. to.-A myst'rious shnoting, which blotted out two lives, oc curred here Lhte last night. A patrolman walking in Broadway ,heard two revolver .shts ian thie direction of Ashlel street. Following the sound he stumbled over the body of a well-dressed man about 24 years old, with a revolver lying near him. ('1ose by lay the body of an attractive young woman. Both were dead, the woman shot through the right temple, the man with a bullet hole behind the left ear. No one in the neighborhood knew either of the dead people. The police incline to the theory that it was a case of murder and suicide. The bodies have not been identified. MILITIAMEN ARE FIRED ON Shots Are Sent in the Direction of Illinois Soldiers. aY ASSOC'IATED PRSsR. Danville, Ill., Aug. t9.--Much excite ment was caused here late last night when one of three young men fired shots at Guards Pifer and Perkins, members of one of the militia companies that have been on duty at Danville since the recent riots. Neither of the guards were injured and they did not return the fire. SHOOTS OFFICER, THEN SELF Chicago Man Uses a Revolver With Fatal Results. BY ASSOC('IATED PRESS, Chicago, Aug. 19.-Policeman Joseph Hunkler was shut and fatally wounded this mnorning by Walter Gleason, whom he had arrested, for creating a disturbance on the street. Immediately after shooting Hunk ler, Gleason shot himself near the heart, inflicting a wound that will cause his death in a short time. BUTTE BRIEFS Orton Bros. Pianos and organs. There were 580 people front Butte and Anaconda on the excursion of the Butchers' union to Deer Lodge, which the Northern Pacific ran today. J. G. Bates. Piano 'Tuner. Residence, "The Dorothy." Tel. 6g9A. The annual picnic of the Sons of St. George will be held at Twin Bridges Sun day, August 3o. The Northern Pacific will run a special train for the benefit of those who desire to take in the annual outing of the members of this well known order, and their relatives and friends. A rate of $z.la 4or the round trip will be made. It is expected that several hundred will go from Butte on the excursion. The people of Butte aunt the best of everything The Butte Brewing company makes the best beer in America. General Freight Agent H. O. Wilson of the Short Line has another display of Idaho vegetables and fruits in his office. This time he is showing what can be raised around Weiser in the way of pota toes, tomatoes, apples and various fruits. The display attracts considerable attention. Social dance, Renshaw hall, Wednes days and Saturdays. Lippincott & Darrow, a66 Pennsylvania block. THE SEPTEMBER ARGOSY, The Smart Set, Wide World, Ainslee's, Pear. son's, Family Library, and other new maga. lasse, are now ready at the P. O. News Stand, p West Park street. We get the magazines as fat u Issued. Haletead Mikes a Denial. aV ASSOCIATED PaasS, Philadelphia, Aug. 1g.-Murat Halstead has *quested a denial of the published Itatesents that he has been chosen dean t the aehool of journalism endowed by Pulitser. COUNCIL TO SUE COUNTY RECORDER CITY DADS UNABLE TO GET A COPY OF THE ABSSESSMENT ROLLS FROM RYAN. AMBROSE IS STANDING PAT Alderman Says He Has Not Backed Down in His Resolution Against Mayor Mullins. The city council tonight probably will take a decided stand in favor of seeking judicial aid in compelling Clerk and Re. corder John Weston to furnish the city with a duplicate copy of the assessment rolls so that the city can prepare the cur rent tax rolls of Itutte. The judiciary committee took the initia tive at its meeting today in deciding to ask the council to be allowed to comn mence proceedings against the county clerk unless he furnished the rolls forth with. Mandamus will probably be the proceed ing invoked. A Modest Offer. The clerk and recorder recently sent a communication to the council otTering to furnish the city with a duplicate copy of the assessmnent roll for $S,2a3. The council refused to entertain the offer, claiming on the contrary that the law requires the county clerk to furnish the municipality with a copy free of charge. No final disposition having been matle of the matter the judiciary committee decided to take decisive action today and will accordingly ask the council for power to act in the wisest manner possible and if necessary to institute proceedings lit the courts. Alderman Amhbrose's famous impeach ment resolution against the mayor was before the committee for a few minutes, but no action was taken on it, pending a minor change being uiade in the wording. The socialist alleriman's resolution con demns the present practice of collecting money from gamblers, runners of slot ma chines and women as compounding a felony and asks that a committee lie ap pointed to investigate the question and to lay the matter before the county at tourney with a view of prosecuting the guilty parties. In Favor of it Still. Alderman Atmbrose, although not a nlem her of thlie judiciary conimittee, happened to lie prresent andl he was asked if he was still in favor of the resolution. tIe repllied that he was. "1 believe there is merit itl it." said Aldermtan Ilecany. "uint I believe the word license ill the resolution should lIe cll:anged to lillne." The other memliers of the committee agreed with him ind Ahilerman Ambrose was given Ipermission to withdraw the resolution and make the change. It will now go over until the next meeting of the committee, two weeks hence. 'The co.miittee patssed for the present the qies tion of teng.ging a aassistan:t to thie mlanager of the free employtenllt birea II . The Eight-Hour Day. 'lhet proposed ordinance for pilacing the cemployes of the city jail on an eight-hour a day basis along with the ipolicemen will lie sent to the police committee to await action upon the present experiment of al lowing the oilicers an right-hour day. If the scheme works the ordinance may le called tip agaisn and lpassed in a modli ticd form. The ordinance proposes to give the jailer two assistants. The jailer and his assistants will each work eight hours and each receive tile samlte pay, $too per mlionth. Some ismembers of the judiciary com omittee thought the ordinance was giving the jailer too much power while he re ceived the same pay as assistants. It was claimed also that the jail should be di rectly under the supervision of the chief of police. The matter will rest until the police department has been definitely placed oni ain eight-hour scheldule, when something definite will probably be done. On Health Ordinance. The ordinance proposing to cure a de feet in the city health ordinance that pre vents the prosecution of peopsle who ignore the qluarantin e regulations, was recomn Ilmcitled for Ipas;sage by tile coiillstittee. The commmkte will ask the imayor and the chief of pilice to more strictly en force the ordlina:nce preventinig minors from frequenting s:alools anill ga;bling lousns, or working therein. 'IThis was in response to a resolution in DYSENTE[RY, DIARRHOEA -pTOMACH ACHE, CHOLERA MOR BUS AND ALL SUMMER COM PLAINTS SPEEDILY CURED BY Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey Gentlemen-My wife has been using DulTy's Pure ,Malt for two years for stomach troubles. She is highly pleased with results. I have often prescribed it in other cases in this locality. I ant con vinced of its merit. S. E. WHITMIRE, M. D., Floyd Springs, Ga. Use Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskley in every glass of drinking water and you will not be troubled by distressing sum mer diseases. Keep healthy, strong and active by using Duffy's Pure Malt Whis. key. Sold at all druggists and grocers, or direct, Medical booklet free. Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester, N. Y. Montana Liquor Co., State SIlling Alts. troduced in tmh council by Aldierm" Lally. As the ordinance Is very plan on the subject the committee decided it would be about the beet thing to pay no more at tentidon to the resolution than to rmomaa mend to the mayor and the chief the abs servance of the ordinance. Suit for Damage. I'at Mullins, not the mayor, can sue the city for his large claim for damages, o flad as the judiciary committee is concerned. young son of Mullins fell from ome steps and injured one of his Igs. His. ýel asks the modest sum of $j ,ooo from t,. city for the damages resulting from the in jury to his son and for the loe of his services. lie recently filed a claim for this amount and his attorney, Former City Clerk Lamb,. in presenting it intimated that unless thei city made a settlement there would be a suit in the courts. Aged Claim. lie said that he discussed the question with Mr. Mullins. "I told him," sid he, "that if he would put in a bill dor the doctors and necessary expenses per hals the council would consider it. He said he wanted $5,ooo. I told him that was to", Itmuc.h alnd he better sue the city to es tabllish Ills claim." The committee tLe. idlcd tanl:limously to reject the claim. The committec also decided to turn down the claimn of Former Policeman John Coh don for $joo for wages. There are three other claims of a similar rature and if one were allowed all would have to be allowed. 'Condon was suspended by Mayor Davey for iusubordination and the mayor's action was subsequently approved by the council. Now Contdon claims his wages fir two inotlths. 'I'is action of the committee will also prolbably result in a suit against the city. Mlay -Be Absent. There will be two absentees from the city council meeting tonight-(Gallagher and Mcueeny, and Iperhaps Heany may not lie there. This will reduce the ma jority against the mayor and may bring about interesting doings. Then there is a report that the mayor may spring an injunction on the council preventing any of the allermen whose seats are ques tionel from taking part in the proceedings. lThe latter point would give the mayor the ulpper hand, as it would shut off sev eral of his opponents, including the three absentees. Thins contingency may never arise, how ever, as no one knows whether the mayor will have thei liooked for injunction in his pocket tonight. It is claimed he had it at the last meeting, hut dlid not dare'to spring it. With three allermen absent, however, he might decide to use the legal process tonight, if he has one. Receives a Message. Alderman Ileany intelned to be present at the meeting tonight but he received a telephone tmessage from Stevensville to day that .Mrs. lieany, who is visiting at I'at Sulliv:an's, foutr miles from Stevens ville, was ill. This may necessitate his leaving for there this afternoon or this eveniting. lie was rathelr suspicions ahqut the tclephone message as he received a letter from Mrs. Ileaney yesterday and she said nothing about being ill. "It may ile a trick to get me out of town," said Mr. lleaney at noon today. "I think I will investigate and make sure lefore I go." Atlmonlg the tmatters to be considered to night beside a large amount of committee work will probably be the resolution doui away with the ofnice of city attorney. If none of the aldermen are enjoined from Iparticipating it is expected the reso lution will be passed and that at the next mectitng the mayor will veto it. CHEAP RATE FOR TRAVELERS Round Trip Tickets Between St. Paul and Chicago for $8. BY ASSOCIATED PREySS. St. Paul, Aug. I9.-A rate of $8 for the general public between St. Paul and Chicago has been announced by the Wis consin Central railroad. This rate was first made to the mem bers of the order of Eagles, who will at tend a convention in New York. The Wisconsin Central road, it is said, could not make a joint rate with the Wabash road on the $32 basis which was required in order to prevent the Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha road from getting the business of the Eagles. It therefore arranged to sell the Eagles tickets for $8, good both ways between St. Paul and Chicago, and additional tickets for $24, good both ways between Chicago and New York. These tickets were to go on sale August 27 and were limited to September IS. The Central now announces that it has dec'ided to let tile general public have a cheap ride and will sell round trip tickqts to Chicago for $8, August 27.to all comerns. These will have the same long limiti as the convention tickets. KILLED BY AN EXPLOSION Engineer of a Locomotive Loses Life When Boiler Goes. IBY ASSO(tIAT'IID PRESS,. Albuquerque, N. .M.. Aug. go.-The boiler of the engine pulling the eastbound limited on the Santa Fe exploded at the Maguire mine, three miles from Kingman. EnIgineer Fitch was blown 5so feet and instantly killed. Fireman J. B. Bland was seriously injured. The boiler was blown 0oo feet ahead of the truck. The train was not damaged and no one else was hurt. " CHINESE MURDERER IS TAKEN Celestial Wanted in San Francisoo Is Captured in Portland. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Portland, Aug. zg.-Yeong Yee, wante4 in San Francisco on a charge of murdr was arrested in this city yesterday Chinatown. -. The murder occurred at 7a6 Duppne street, May o3, 190o, in the store of (64 Wo Sing company, 'but Yeong Yee, suss pected of being one of the five murderers; escaped and has eluded arrest until today. One hundred dollars will be paid for, his arrest. HE HAS SOMETHING COMINGl Friends of Gottfried Barsch Would Ltkeo to Know His Whereabouts. A letter addressed to the "Office of the Burgomaster" of Butte has been recelv. at the city hall and turned over to chief of police. TA The writer, Dr. Alfred Nissle, would likd to hear something about Gottfried Barsch. who left Copenick, Germany, a few years ago. Barsch is heir to a large fortune. He is 31 years of age. Dividend is Deolared. BY ASSOCIATED PREaa. Bostsn, Aug. :g.-The Calumet and Heels directors today declared a dividend of $io per share. INJUNCTION ACTION BY THEB & M. COURT 18 ASKED, TO RESTRAIN THE UNITED COPPER COM PANY PEOPLE. VIOLATION OF ORDER ALLEGED Defendants Are Aooused of Having Die regarded Their Own Restrain. ing Command. The Boston & Montana company today brought an injunction action against the United Copper company people in connec tion with the suit brought against the Bos ton & Montana company by F. A. Heinse and the Johnstown Mining company. The plaintiffs in the suit named, F. A. Hleinse and the mining company, are charged in the petition for the injunction order with violating the injunction al readly granted by the court in this case in April, 19ot. This injunction was issued at the request of the United Copper concern named and leinte, and it expressly prohibited both "ides of the case from mining and extract ing the ores involved in suit. Text of Accusation. Now the United Copper company people are accused of violating their own injunc tion and with mining and extracting large qtuantities of ore from the enjoined ground in the Piccolo and Gambetta claims, the prolperty of the Boston & Montana com pany. They also are charged with disregarding and refusing to obey the inspection order in the case issued at the time the injune lioni under discussion was issued, and which was made by Judge Clancy and which bore the seal of the district court. Two affidavits filed in connection with the petition for the injunction, one made by lee Ilayes and one made by Reno H. Sales, declare that John Kane, the United Capper company's foreman at the Minnie Ilealy mine, refused to obey the order of Judge Clancy and allow Messrs, Hayes and Sales, the inspectors appointed by Judge 'lancy, to enter the Minnie Healy mine yesterday and make an inspection in com tiancec with the court's order. Basis of Petition. The affidavits were made the basis of the I-tition for the injunction order to show ;asked for by the Boston & Montana com pany today, and the order to show cause was isued by Judge Clancy this morning. it commands the plaintiffs in the case named to come into Judge Clancy's court at a o'clock in the afternoon next Sat. urday and show cause why the injunction order aqkcd for should not be issued. In addition to the show cause order thus is sued a temporary restraining order, com manding the United Copper company peo plc to cease mining and extracting the l'iccola and Gambetta ore, was issued by the court. The proceeding thus brought to stop the Unlited Copper company from looting the erdges of, the Boston & Montana company in the two claims named was occasioned by the action of the Heinze concern since the Minnie Healy, mine was recently started in defiance of another order of injunction, issued in the Minnie Healy case. Told In Petition. The petition in the proceeding relates that it was the United Copper company peo ple who got the injunction of April, spot, and that it was issued for the alleged pur pose of preventing the waste by the defend ants of the ores in dispute in the suit, ani yet, notwithstatuling that fact, the United Copper people are now engaged in mining, extracting, carrying away and converting to their own use large quantities of the same valuable ore. The petition alleges that the defendant owns the ores, but that on account of being enjoined by the old injunction order se cured by Heinze, it is powerless to prote:t itself. The petition adds that unless the plain tilts in the case are enjoined from taking the ores, they will continue to extract and convert the ores and destroy the petition er's rights and property. It has no means of learning the amount of value of the ores being taken by the to the northwest into the Piccolo claim :tamed, and no remedy, unless the latter is restrained, it adds. It also has no plain, adequate and speedy remedy, and will suffer great and irreparable damage. The petition is signed by Charles W. Goodale. Running of Drift. Lee Hayes' affidavit*alleges that a drlft has been run from the Minnie Healy mine to the northwest into the Piccola clain on the Soo level, and another such drift '.2 the goo level, and that the United Cop ,pr company people have made large ex cavations on both levels, and have taken large quantities of ore from both levels. lie says that, being an inspector in the suit and acting in accordance with Judge Clancy's order yesterday, he pre sented the order of inspection to John Kate and asked to be allowed to inspect the mine, but that Kane refused to honor the order or allow the inspection. He adds that great injury will be done the IBoston & Montana company unless the injunction asked for is issued. The affidavit made by Mr. Sales repeats the allegations of the Hayes affidavit, and it adds that on August i: last a large number of men were mining the stopes in the enjoined ground named and ex tracting ore. WALTER JACKSON IS UP Armigned at Hamilton on Charge of Killing Buck Boy. RPECIAL TO TIIE INTER MOUNTAIN. Hlamilton, Aug. :g.-Walter Jaekson was arraigned before Justice Frank J. Morris late last evening and formally charged with the murder of little Fonn'e Buck. He pleaded not guilty. When asked if he 'had a lawyer, he said no, and that he had no money with which to employ one. His preliminary examination was then set for Wednesday, August a6 at a o'clock p. m., and he was remanded to the custody of the sheriff without ball. Jackson still preserves his sullen demeanor and dog gedly maintains that "they have the wrong man." He admits that he was arrested In Spokane about three months ago, charged with sodomy, but says they "didn't prove it." The accused will have a speedy trial, as district court convenes In Hamilton next Monday. Mob violence is no longer feared providing that if upon trial the prisoner is found guilty and spardy pun ishment follows. THE OLD REUAABEL POWDER nREIPI, h m1 r~rrr HOODO COIN IS SILVER OUARTER BUTTE BANKER FINOD MANY CURI OUS THINGS ON THE PIECE OF MONEY. 13 A CONSPICUOUS kUMBER May Be Acoidental, a Joke by the Government or Just Simply a Coincidence. "Did you ever notice anything unlucky about a quarter?" The ba:nker put the question with an air which betokened a story to come, and his friend did not attempt to remember any unfortunate circumstance in connection with the coin. The conductor who was collecting fares on a Granite street car was unnecessarily slow in making change. The other pas sengers looked up curiously. "Well," continued the banker, "by all accounts the as-cent piece should be by all odds the unluckiest of coins. "The number 13 appears in connection with it in a most remarkable fashion. "In the first place the name 'quarter dollar' has just sj letters in it. On the reverse side the sprig of myrtle over the head has 13 leaves. "There are s3 stars, 13 arrow heads. 13 letters in 'E Pluribus Unum' and 13 bars on the shield. "There are 13 noticeable features in the coin-the four phrases, 'In God we trust,' 'United States of America,' 'Liberty' and 'quarter dollar;' three sprigs of myrtle, the head and date, the eagle, the stars, the scroll and the date of mintage-these give you the unlucky number again. "It is hard to guess whether the thing is accidental, a joke by the treasury de partment or intended to recall the 13 original states; at any rate there is reason for the superstitious to take change in chicken feed." FEVER AT VANDERBILT HOME Typhoid Epidemic Feared in Costly Mansion on Long Island. New York, Aug. g.--Typhoid has broken out at W. K. Vanderbilt's country home, Idlie Hour, Oakdale, L. I. Mr. Vanderbilt's secretary and paymaster, Mr. Newham, who has occupied a room in the mansion while the alterations have been going on, was stricken yesterday. Those who live near Idle Hour fear an epidemic. There were thirty decorators and painters at work on the building, preparing it for W. K. Vanderbilt and his bride, who will be here from Europe in about three weeks. One of the decorators has showed symptoms of typhoid and has been hurried to this city. The house is situated in the middle of a swamp and the cellar of the mansion is continually filled with water and ooze. COD LIVER OIL IS CORNERED Philadelphia Wholesale Druggists Mul tiply Price Seven Times. Philadc!phia, Aug. zg.-A corner has been formed in the cod liver oil market by wholesale druggists and Jobbers of this city and the price of the commodity has bceen increased seven fold. The figures a few days ago were $aa a barrel and to day a barrel was quoted at $1Ss. WOMEN ARE FINED $10 EACH Persons Charged With Smashing Joint Appear in Court. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Wichita, Kan., Aug. p9.-Eight women concerned in the smashing of a joint last week were arraigned in the city court yes terday. All pleaded guilty to assault and were fined $So each and costs. Personals. E. D. Calvin, assistant general manager of the Oregon Short Line railroad, and party, entered the National park by the Monida route yesterday, according to ad vices received at the Short Line offices. The party's private car will be sent around to Cinnabar on the Northern Pacific, as they expect to come out that way next week. J. W. Gerard, a New York attorney, who is a son-in-law of Mrs. Marcus Daly, is at the Thornton. He has .een rusti cating at the Daly ranch in Ravall county. R. Dorn, a Spokane insurance man who has interests here, arrived in Butte this afternoon. Mrs. Daisy Hollinshead and her sister, Mnrs. Jean Evans, arrived in Butte from their Great Falls home today, and are at the Thornton. 4High Time. Stella-They're going to investigate the postoffice. Bells--I'm glad to hear it. I got only three love letters from Jack today, and I'm sure there must be something wrong. -New York Sua~. FINE POTAIOES COME TO BUTTE GREEN ONIONS, TOO, THE BEST, TO BE FOUND IN THE COUNTRY. RANCHERS BRING THEM IN Private Citizens and Restaurant M.e Are Proving Willing Pur. ohasers. "What are the spuds worth?" O. Auerbach thrust his hands in his trouser's pockets and surveyed the wagon load of vegetables with the eye of a con noiseur. "Those potatoes are selling for $l.sS a hundred just now," replied Henry Pearson, as he climbed down off the wagon and pulled aside a gunnysack to permit a bet, ter view of the wares within. "They, are about the finest raised in Montana, and if you are familiar with Montana potatoes you can imagine what that means. "All along this fall they will be selling at $S.25 and $r. It is the spuds from other states which bring down the prices and they are not nearly as good as those we raise right out in the Jefferson valley. Crops Are Excellent. "Around Whitehall we are doing things in the crop line. It is pretty dry just now, but the dam across the Jefferson river fixes us with irrigation and we are not having much trouble with the beat." "I guess I can use about eight bushels," said Auerbach, breaking one open and looking inside. "They seem to be mealy and they certainly are of goodly propor. tions. Got anything else ?" "Sure, here are some mighty good green onions, if you ever eat them." "Eat 'em? Does a Chinaman eat rice? Certainly I eat them; let's have a look at them." Oisplays Fine Onions. Pearson reached under the burlap and drew forth several bunches of tempting little green stocks with silky white ends. "There you are, as good as you can get anywhere in the United States, and selling at three bunches for s cents. I've bees getting rid of lots of them to restaurants here in town. "People seem to be strong for them this time of the year, and I have no trouble disposing of all I bring intp town." "If you'll call around at my house you may leave some for me. How are the other things out your way?" "Well, we can't kick much. There's about tbhs finest crop of alfalfa that ever grew outside the state of Sockless Simp son and Carrie Nation. We are not very long on freaks, but we have old Kansas jumping on the alfalfa proposition. Other Things Prosperous. "Other things are just as prosperous, too. The fruit is growing so fast you can almost see It ripening, and, take it all around, our little valley is holding up its end in producing the world's food supply. "Well, 1 guess I'd better be getting along now." Pearson climbed back on the box and the wagol: bearing the produce of the Jef ferson valley rattled off up Granite street. Auerbach stood looking after him wist. fully. "Say, there's nothing like living in the country. I've a good notion to join Far. mer Mullins out in Idaho before long." Ready to Leave Rome. BY ASSOCIATED PREIs. Rome, Aug. g.--The most Rev. J. Harty, archbishop of Manila, has pre pared his departure from Rome, as he is deslrous of assisting in the coronation of Right. Rev. Thomas A. Hendrick, recently appointed bishop of Cebu, next Sunday. Condition Is Unohanged. BY ASSOCIATED Palls. London, Aug. rg.-The condition of Lord Salisbury is unchanged. NOTICE OF REARING PETITION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF BANKRUPT. In the District Court of the United States, District of Montana. In the matter of Ernest Rackliff, bankrupt, Notice is hereby gives, that on the athl day of August, A. D, rsoI, in the above entitled court, Ernest Rackllff led his petition for a final discharge, and that the said court fiAxed the set day of September, A. D. g.o, at so 'a. mn., at the courtroom of slaid court, in the city of Butte, Silver Bow county, Montana, as the time and place for hearing said petition, at whleh time and place all creditors sad other persons interested may appear sad offer objeo tlons, if any they have, why sld petition should not be granted and said petitioner dis. charged. W.tnes, the Honorable Hiram Knowles, judge, and the seal of slaid court alwred, at Hliens, Montana, this syth day of August, A. D. s.ot. Attestl (Seal,). . GEO. W. SfROULE, Clerk.