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(Reported by Coe Commission Co.) New York, Sept. s.4-The opening and clos. Ing quotations on the stock exchange today were as follows: Open. Close. Amalgamated Copper .............. 44 44 Anaconda Mining Company....... 7a 77 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.... 6s9 66 do. preferred.................... 8gH4 894 Baltimore & Ohio................. oyso 84 Brooklyn Rapid Transit........... 38 3834 Canadian Pacic.....................ts a Chesapeake & Ohio................ 341 34 Chicago & Alton................... aa a Colorado Southern............... sJ.Y4 3 Colorado Fuel & Iron ............. 434 43YI Chicago Great Western............ t6 6 Consolidated Gas...............17 tt7% Delaware & Hudson...............6ts 6 Erie..... .... .................. 284 214 do. first preferred................ 66 614 Illinois Central ...................... j 232 Louisville & Nashvile.............so94 to. M Leather................ ....... 74 71 Manhattan Consolidated...........3JJ 3394 M., St. P. & S. Ste. Marie........ s34 8H Metropolitan Traction.............::ay4 1:4 fMexican Central..................... . 4 14 3li..,asrl, Kansas & Texas........ s:84 t do. preferred................... 391 40 Missouri Pacific..................... g p New York Central............... tao aso% Norfolk & Western ........ ... 6t4 621. Ontario & Western................ sa :14 Pennsylvania Railway ............... 234 24 People's Gas.................. 92H 93Y4 Republio Iron & Stpel............. so 1o14 Reading.......................... So so Rock Island........................ 6 LIVESTOCK QUOTATIONS Omaha Livestock. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. South Omaha, Sept. ,S.-Cattle-Receipts, ,70oo head. Market steady. Native steers, $4."S25.75; cows and heifers, $email@example.com; west ern steers, $firstname.lastname@example.org; Texas steers, ;3.7503.65; eanners, *email@example.comS; stockers and feeders, $2.75 94.to; calves, $3.oo.bas; bulls, stags, etc., $a.oo 04.oo. Hogs-Receipts, 4,200 head. Market So higher. Heavy, firstname.lastname@example.org; mixed, $S.email@example.com; light, $5.65@.75; pigs, 5.soo@.6o; bulk of sales, $5.6~5.6S. Sheep-Receipts, sa,ooo head. Market steady to strong. Fed muttons, $3.ao03.60; wethers, $3.oo03.So0 ewes, $*.So@3.oo common and -stockers, $2.25@3.So; lambs, 4.0oo04.75. Kansas City Livestock. Kansas City, Sept. s.--Cattle-Receipts, z6,ooo head, including 2,soo head Texans. Market weak to roc lower. Native steers, $4.as OS.4o; Texas and Indian steers, 12.8503.s5; Texas cows, $1.So@4.a25 native cows and heifers, $s.So@s.so; stockers and feeders, $2.So0 4.mo; bulls, $firstname.lastname@example.org; calves, $email@example.com. Hogs-Receipts, 7,ooo head. Market strong CORN REPORTED SAFE THOUGHT FROST HAS NOT HURT CROP AS A WHOLE-WEEKLY WASHINGTON BULLETIN. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Washington. D. C., Sept. tS.-The weekly crop bulletin of the weather bureau is as follows: Except Iowa, Northern Missouri, Illinois and Eastern Nebraska, where excessive moisture has prevented ripening, the corn crop has made satisfactory progress, the bulk of the early planted corn over the southern portion of the belt being practically safe from frost. fThe northwest portion of the corn belt has been threatened with damage from recent cold, but with the exception of the Dakotas no seri ous injury has resulted. Further delays in threshing of spring wheat in the spring wheat region east of the Rocky Moutntains has resulted from excessive rains, and there has been considerable damage to wheat in stack and shock. Delay in the spring and injury to grain are also reported from Washington, Oregon and Idaho. Further deterioration in the condition of cotton is generally reported throughout the cotton belt. The greater part of the cotton belt is now suffering from drouth. Complaints of premature dropping of apples are extensive and the general outlook for this fruit is not improved. POWELL WANTS TO KNOW Asks for Action on the Bill Sent to Congress. L ivY ASSOCIATED PRESS. San Domingo, Republic of Santo Do Imingo, Sept. s5.-Minister Powell yester day requested the minister of foreign af fairs to inform him i( it was the intention of the Domi:nican government in the bill sent to congress for approval to make Sanmana bay and Manzanilla bay neutral fwaters and to make the towns of the same names free ports. The minister also requested to be in Iformed whether these ports were intended to be coaling stations for the vessels of foreign powers. IS TO BE OPENED SEPT. 24 SPECIALt TO THE INTER MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, Sept. Is.-Announcement was made today that the Montana hotel, which has received extensive, alterations and improvements in the last few months, will be reopened September 24 or a5. The annonncemert comes from the best of sources and is known to be reliable. It will be received with pleasure by the peo. ple of the city and by the traveling public. The painters ate now putting the finish Ing totuches on the dining room--prac tically the last work to be done. MILITIA LEAVE FOR CAMP Capt. S. G. Jeans of Company B, Mon tana National guard, and about as men left this afternoon at 3 o'clock for a six days' camping trip in the Nine Mile canyon. The boys will walk out and expect to reach camp about 6 o'clock. Every one of them is keen for the outing, and they assure themselves of a good time. They were to have left last Sunday but the snow prevented their going. E. F. Vittmar Dead. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Kansas City, Sept. Is.-Ernest F. Vitt snar, formerly general manager of the In ternational Trading company of this city and Port Arthur, Texas, and who has been associated financially with the Stiliwell railroad enterprise, is dead in this city, aged 33 years. Millinery Opening, Fall and Winter Hats. Miss A, A. Reid, 13t West Broad way, Thursday, Friday, September sy, z8,. A*BCDO'ouEnMIA King of all Bottled Beers." Brewed from Bohemian Hops. Order from . OalllokI Open. Close. do. preferred..............'........ 634 Southern Railway ..............u...ah a 4 do. preferred .............; ....... 84H5 Southern Pacific .................... 42 Smelter .............................. 44 421 Sugar Refinery .....................114 44 St. Paul ..........................394 140 Tennessee Coal & Iron........ 38 3834 Texas Pacific ....................... sa s Union Pacific ...................... 4 73 United States Steel.............. p94 so. 4 do. preferred...............;.. 6g 6*4 Wabash ............................. so sa4 do. preferred................... 34 3~a4 Vestern Union..................... a3 844 Wisconsin Central................. 7 3* 4 do. preferred............ .... j84 39)4 Money at aye per cent. Total sales, de8,6eo. Boston Copper Stooke. (Reported by Coe Commission Co.) Boston, Sept. s.--Today's mining shares on the exchange were listed as follows: Amalgamated.............................. $44.75 Anaconda .............. .................... 77.o Osceola................................ 7.oo 'Parrot....................................... 19.~5 Mohawk .......................... .. 40.37 Daly-West................................. 39.75 Tamarack.................**** * .......... 89.00 Utah Consolidated........................ aS.87 Shannon....................... ... 9.6 Centennial................................ 17. United States............................. t9.s Trinity............................. . 6.o0 Copper Range............................. S5.6 to So higher. Bulk of sales, $firstname.lastname@example.org; heavy, $5.6s5s.8a3; packers, $S.email@example.com; medium, firstname.lastname@example.org; light, $email@example.com; yorkers, $s.goU S.gaa; pigs, $5.ao@S.8. Sheep-Receipts, s,ooo head. Market strong. Muttons, $J.firstname.lastname@example.org; lambs, $email@example.com; range wethers, $firstname.lastname@example.org; ewes, $2.3Loj.75. Chicago Livestook. BY ASSOCIATII PR5S. Chicago, Sept. as.-Cattle-Receipts, es,ooo head. Market steady. Good to prime steers, $email@example.com; poor to medium, $firstname.lastname@example.org; stock. ers and feeders, $a.5oo4.ss; cows, *S.4o@4.So; heifers, $email@example.com; canners, $S.Soea.6o; bulls, $firstname.lastname@example.org; calves, $3.So@6.7s; Texas fed steers, $3.a25@45o; western steers, $email@example.com. Hogs-Receipts today, tsooo head; tomorrow, as,ooo head. Market slow. Mixed and butch ers, $S.firstname.lastname@example.org; good to choice heavy, 5.80o@ 6.zo; rough heavy, $5.soOs.TS; light, $5.7oG6.as; bulk of sales, $email@example.com. Sheep-Receipts, aS,ooo head. Sheep and lambs, steady. Good to choice wethers, $g.oo@ 3.75; fair to choice mixed, $firstname.lastname@example.org; western sheep, $2.75l .65; native lambs, $email@example.com; western lambs, $3.s50o@S.a IN THE STREET TODAY BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. New York, Sept. zs.-Trading was very active at the opening, but there was no defit. nite tone to the market. Heavy sales of Amal gamated Copper, Rock Island, Atchison and Union Pacific forced them down slightly, while there were gains of an equal amount in St. Paul, Baltimore & Ohio, Southern Pacific and Eric. The market acted feverishly, and some of the leaders underwent wide and frequent price changes. The rally after the opening on the absence of frost scares lifted the grain carriers a fraction over yesterday's final figures. Other stocks were monetarily strengthened and the list receded to a lower level than before. The firmness in the grain market has much to do with the pressure against the western stocks. The bond market was slightly easier and quiet at noon. The deterioration in wheat and cotton indi. cated by the government weekly crop report increased the selling pressure for both ac counts. Bear professionals succeeded in shak. ing out round amounts in the Transcontinental stocks, and there was a renewal of the liquida tion in Amalgamation on the weakness in raw copper abroad. Some of the declines of the early afternoon were: Northwestern a points, and the Rock Island stocks, Southern Railway, Wabash pre ferred, Louisville & Nashville, Denver & Rio Grande, Amalgamated and Tennessee Coal about a point. The market rallied sharply when the pres. sure ceased and quickly recovered all of its earlier losses and put a few prominent stocks a good fraction over last night. Union Pacific, Mlissouri Pacific, Atchison, Reading and Amalgamated copper were conspicuous in the rally. Further progress towards a higher level was made by the leaders on a moderate volume of trade. Atchison touched 66 and the Granger group showed marked firmness. St. Paul, Southern Pacific and Union Pacific rose ,. The heavy liquidation in the United States Steel 5s, which forced them down a4 to 75%/ on the announcement of the call for money from the underwriter syndicate, was without effect on the stocks, which ruled slightly above yesterday's prices. The closing was strong., Copper and Lead. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS, New York, Sept. ts.-Lead, firm. Copper, unchanged. LARGE TRACT WITHDRAWN Great Falls, Sept. Is.-Today the local land office received notification of the with drawal by the government from all entry of a large portion of township at, north of range 26, east of the Montana meridian. The land is withdrawn as a reservoir site, one of the several to be chosen under the general scheme of federal irrigation adopted by congress last winter. It is the second reservoir site chosen, the first being in the same region, but west of this. The new site lies in Chouteau county along the Milk river. The dam will be at Eureka, a station on the Great North ern main line. From there the site ex tends about eight miles west to Savoy. The location will compel the removal of the Great Northern tracks for this entire distance four or five miles north. The site lies along the north side of the river. On the south side is the Belknap reservation, so the lands thereon, while equally benefitted with those on the north will not have to be withdrawn. The total area on the north side to be directly watered will be about a,8oo or 3,000 acres, while on the south side 5,ooo or 6,ooo acres will be made to blossom as the rose. Milk creek, a tributary of Milk river, on the north side and White Bear creek on the south side of the river are taken into the reserved area. London, Sept. Is.-Miss Alice Gordson Gulick, president of the International In stitute for Girls In Spain, died last night. She was known in educational and church circles in many ci:ies of the United States. CLASSIFIED WANT ADS ONE CENT A WORD EVERY WANT LISTED HEREI HELP WANTED-MALE WANTED-At once, by the undersigned, at Virginia City, Mont.: Millwrights at $4.So per day. Bridge carpenters at $j.5o to $4.oo per day. Teams (6's only complete) by contract. Signed, The Kersarge Mining Co. WANTED-Plerson to manage business of old established house of solid financial standings straight, bona Sdes weekly salary of $tU..o paid by check each Monday, with all expenses, direct from headquartersl money advanced for expenses. Enclose addressed envelope. Man* ager, 39a Caxton Building, Chicago. WANTED-Salesmen, up-to-date, active, to sell frst.class groceries to consumers at whole slei Irst-class territory and liberal induee meats. George Meldrum & Co., Op N. Greas street, Chicago, Ill. WE teach men barber trade quickly. Ous catalogue explains how, mailed free. Moles Barber college, Minneapolis, Minn. Mac. gregor & Anderson, Props. SITUATION WANTED-MALE WANTED-Man wants light work in tows. Address Man for Light Work, later Moss. taln. WANTED-Good man wants dishwashing. Address Dishwasher M, Inter Mountain. WANTED-Deliveryman wants work; knows the town. Address Deliveryman, aInt Mountain. WANTED-Walter in restaurant wants work. Address Walter, Inter Mountain. WANTED-At clerk wants position. Address Clerk, Inter Mountain. SITUATION WANTED-FEMALE WANTED-Little girl wants place as nurs girl. Address Nurse Girl, Inter Moentals. WANTED-Good addresser wants addressing or copying. Addresser, Inter Mountain. WANTED-Chambermaid wants work In town. Address Chambermaid, Inter Mountain. WANTED-Respectable lady housekeeping, where there is no woman over her. Adt'res Housekeeper, Inter Mountain. WANTED-Waltress wants situation in town. Address Waitress, Inter Mountain. WANTED-Position as housekeeper. Address H. A., Inter Mountain. WANTED-Seamstress wants sewing. Address Seemstress, Inter Mountain. WANTED-DRESSMAKING WANTED-Dressmaking and sewing at home. Satisfaction guaranteed, Rates reasonable. No. soa East Granite. FOR RENT-ROOMS MODERN Jeffrey block; hot and cold water in each room; porcelain baths; electric light; all sunny rooms; good view; well furnished; new management. No. s6 East Park. REALTY BLOCK, corner Broadway and Arizona street; steam heat; all modern con. veniences in rooms; $7.00 and upwards. NICELY furnished suite of front rooms for housekeeping; gas range, steam heat, electrln light; r7 West Broadway. FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms; tran. slents a specialty. Dorhofer block, p South Montana. FOR RENT-Two rooms furnished for light housekeeping. Upton block, 4r2$ S. Main. HOTEL OXFORD-Rooms $so apt drst.clau; modern conveniences. South Main. FURNISIIED Rooms. Golden House, 439 South Main. TRANS1ENT-Special. York block, 66 West Park. FOR RENT-HOUSES IFOR RENT-Five.room house, Si3.no per month. Two.room cabins in good locality, $4.oo per month. Inquire Mrs. James Brown, No. 628 Nevada avenue. FOR SALE-One fresh milch cow. Apply sJa Kemper avenue. FOR SALE-RESTAURANT FOR SALE-Restaurant. ()n of the best pay. ing propositions in Butte; owner has other interests that prevent his looking after this; a snap for anyone. Address,Restaurant, Inter Mountain. HOUSEMOVERS EXPERIENCED housemover, Edgar Dayton, 438 South Ohio, Tel. 727. Office 267 E. Park. FINE DISTINCTION WON BY AMERICA FIRST TILT IN THE BOUNDARY COM MISSION RESULTS IN FAVOR OF UNCLE SAM. BY ASSOCJATErD P'aESS. London, Sept. iS.-The Alaskan bound ary commission re-assembled at the for eign office today and the oral arguments began. Only a few spectators were pros cnt when Attorney General Finlay rose and commenced the presentation of the Canadian argument. It was evident that the commissioners at first were not deeply interested in the attorney general's statement. Having con sidered the documents already presented the commissioners felt that they were as familiar with these facts as any of the counsel. The attorney general briefly described the historical aspect of the question and took up the treaty under which the corn. mission was appointed. Location of Line. Speaking of the location of the line along the coast from the head of Portland channel as fixed by the treaty, the at torney general pointed out that the report of the United States coast survey in 1893 showed that the Washington government had adopted the view that the line should follow the "general trend of the coast" which supports the Canadian contention. Senator Turner at this point interrupted the speaker, saying that the report referred to the "trend of the general coast." Attorney General Finlay remarked that this was a "subtle distinction" and Chief Justice Alverstone ended the discussion with saying that it anade little difference as It was "merely the direction of the sur. veyors." In Favor of Amerlca. Lord Alverstone's ruling was regarded by counsel as being a point in favor of the United States. The attorney general went on at such A BUITTE BUSINESS DIRECTORY For Benefit of Busy People FOR SALE-FURNITURE A WORD to the wlse-so beatling stoves at soc on the dollar, load as new; now is the time to put them up. ($S.oo new piano finish ladies' or gents' private house secretary, only 4s5.oo; $Ss.no new folding beds, only s$o.oo; s good as new $So.oo piano only $aoo.oo; a good piano only $Sy.oo; bedroom suites, ranges and rockers at soo on the dollar and less. Butte Exchange Furniture Co. The great packing, shipping and storage warehouse. Buy, sell and exchange. J. Chauvin, president and manager. SWANTED-MISCELLANEOUS WANTED-To buy for country paper, one newspaper press. Address Plaindealer, Ilavre, Mont. JUNK-HIDE DEALERS (ORDON & PERELSON, sme East P'latinum. 'Phone jsp. Pays 4o cents per soo lbs for old paper. FOR SA49lIIS LL A.N.Qit TO0 TRADE-A Butte pgrocery for improved property. Address Grocer, are of later Mountain. RODAK WORK sad enlarging at Easters prices. Hawes, No. as West Mercury. ALI KINDS made to order. Alexander Maculay, No. sse South Main. 'Phone ao PAUMIEl'S Parisian Dye House-All work guaranteed. No. Io West Galena atmeet 'Phone 74--A. French dyeing and cleuning. CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS C',LERKS-Study Advertising and Show Card Writing. Results: Iletter pay, more value to employer. International Correspondence Schools, soe Clark block. ASSAYERS MEIER & WENUICII, suceessors m John R. Bapty; swayers and chemistsl bullios melted and assyed or purchased. LNe. ast Hamilton street, Butte, Montana. THOMAS BU,;GY, assayer and chemist. No. 43o North Msli street, lutte. FITZPATRICK & LEWIS, uasayers; sueore airs to A. B. Itombauer. No. so8 North Wyo sine street. 'Phone 6,--B. P. O. Box 5r4. BICYCLE REPAIRING 1ICYCLIS repaired at Vioweas. lo. agsa West Broadway. BUSINESS CHANCES SONE-IALF interest in well established assay office; a splendid opportunity. Apply at this office. BUTTE Upholstering and Carpet Cleaning Company; works corner Montana and Por. phyry. Telephone 668-M. WEST SIDE Electric Carpet Cleaning Com. pany; carpets sewed, remodeled, Oriental rugs scoured. No. t3o West Broadway. rloe. phone 867-A. DI:RMATULOGIST--Gray hair restored tree of charge; superfluous hair, wrinkles, freckles, moles, warts and the complexion treated by an expert from Mrs. Nettie lfar rioon's Dermatological Institute, San Fran. cisco, Cae soa East Granite, corner North Wyoming. TRANSFERS MONTANA TRANSFER CU-Freight trans. fer; moves engines, boilers, safes, machinery of all kinds; furniture van and storage; piano derrick for use in dilfieult places; dealers In coal and wood. Telephone ta. Offices No. as West Broadway. W. J. Christie, manager. RING WOULD'S BOX or 'phone soa. HOTELS-LODGING HOUSES TIlE SOUTIHERN IlO'iUhL. Butte's Popular Stopping Place. DINNER, a*eo : s t s ts DINNER, ag The best meal and best cooked food for age In Butte. You get as much of any and every dish offered on the bill of fare as you wish. Cuisine unexcelled. DAN TEWEY, Proprietor. !length that Lord Alvcrstone reminded himn that the tribunal was familiar with the do,cuments in the case and suggested that ;hL simply cite the pages and volumes in which his references were founded. After luncheon Attorney General Finlay, who had previously laid much stress on the contention that the United States bound ary lines were drawn "In ostentatious de fiance for the treaty of 18a5," resumed his argument. The meeting of the commission today ended shortly after 4 o'clock. Attorney General Finlay tomorrow will resume the pre.sentation of the Canadian case. SUSPENSE IN OLD LONDON Public Awaits Meeting of Cabinet With Anxiety. London, Sept. iS.-In anticipation of to. day's cabinet meeting spectators gathered early in I)ownith- street evidencing the suspense which prevailed in all quarters and which 'has been Iheightened if anything since yesterday at the announcement of the question which is so seriously awaited. The cabinet met at 3 p. m., the sitting et dling at 4:3o. IColonial Secretary Chamberlain entered thlie foreign office by a passage from the colonial office and consequently was not sjent by the public which today made no lemanonstrations. ;MELLEN DENIES A RUMOR New York, Sept. is.-President Mellen of the Northern Pacific denied the state ment that he is to resign from thhe North ern Pacific to succeed President lHill of the New York, New Haven & Hartford road, but there Is every reason to believe that the report is correct. rSTATE DEPARTMENT AGREES . ashington, D. C., Sept. :5.--The agree. ment reached at Pekin between Minister 'Conger and Prince Ching that the port to be opened on the Yalu river shall be Yang Tung instead of Ta Tung Tao has the ap proval of the state department. Paris, Sept. IS.-+M. Witte, president of the Russian council of ministers, arrived here today. His visit is unofficial. After a short stay here he will proceed to Lon 'don. HARD CIDER oo UBARRIELS hard rider at 'almer', 8 East BIroadway. Sc per llass. Try it. HAIRDRESSING MRS. A. BIRTIIRIGIIT, hairdressina, mini. cure, chiropodist. No. 214 West Broadway. DANCING MISS MAE GUDIEPRUY--Teaches all ball. room and stage dances every afternoon at Eagle hall; also fencing, bag punching and club swinging in which she is a mistress of the art. No. is South Main street. Socllas Thursday evenings. ACCORDEON PLAITING No. us WVest Broadway. Telephone 9j--P. ELECTRIC TREATMENTS MASSAGE, superfluous hair removed; chiro. pody, expert hair dresser; manicturng. Nos. 45-48 Owsley block. 'Phone 164-1. HARNESS AND SADDLES BEST workmar.nhip, lowest prices guaranteed. Alexander Macaulay. No. las South Main. 'Phone Sa. LOAN OFFICE BARGAINS in diamonds, watches and jewelry at Girson's Loan Office, No. ~ IL. Park St. LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY b wor , reasonsbe prices; snarlýTii guaranteed. No. 46 East Granite street. MILLINERY I .L kfl: iR 7 l.%illll;;rnin;:%w i 'ik; : New millinery parlors. 647 Utah avenue. MASSAGE MRS. L B. CARSON-Scientio masseur. Offices: Nos. ayI--apl Pennsylvania building. 'Phone gpy-B. MUSIC TEACHERS dolln. No. 48 West Granite. 'Phone 5---M. MIDWIFE PIRIVATE home for ladies. 647 South Main. Tel. 967 F. MESSENGER SERVICE INt WUORL D'S IBOX or telephone g0o MONEY TO LOAN MOoNEY TO LOAN on rest estate, ranch property, livestock, pianos or lurniture. Bring in your propositls'a. McRae &k Solveson, Mo. 49 West Park. Room s. WI(k1i Uýi AN-Lo ans on urnmture, real estate or any securities. Montana Chattel Loan Co. OfUces No. se6 Clark block. MoN l-l' .'j LUN"LtA at- per ent-on reai estate, for from one to three years Smith - Jeffries. No. ms West Granite. LEMONlik mST 1 '1 will negotiate aloin for you on real estate security. Rooms t, a4 8. Silver Bow block. l l- iNW o.U-OAN on furniture or any rsecu ritles. Edward Chapman, Room a, 7f West Broadway. A'-ATo--oney to loan at 8 per cent; no delays. Hall Ilrothers, No. 48 East Broad. way, IButte, Montana. 1 U'"I TI C thattelf M nriTiie ompany removed to No. 58 West P'ark street. MOyNEY' TO I.OAN on any kind ofasiecurty The Davenport Co., No. zas Hamilton street. NOODLE PARLORS MJNIWAII Noodle Parlors--Importers fine teas, noodles. Chau, Suie Mleiwah o. No. 1sp, corner Mercury (thle alley). OCULIST AND AURIST DR. T. A. GICIGG--Eye, ear, nose, throat and lunges prices moderate; terms cash. No. 4s llirbour building. 'P'hone 934-A. OSTEOPATHY I)f. K. VIIRINIA IitG S;i'lT, om;, X64 165 Pennsylvania building. Hours; p to ss a to 4, 7 to 8. Office closed Sundays. STOVE REPAIRING SCOTT, the stove men, has removed to N-o uj East Park. ''hone number, a9.. POLICE IN BASTILE BILLINGS FORCE WERE ARREGTED FOR CONTEMPT OF COURT BY JUDGE'S ORDERS. SP'.CIAL. TO THfl INtl'R MolUNTAIN. Billings, Sept. aS.-Ilillings' entire night police force, consisting of three officers, is under arrest here today, The officers are having a trial before District Judge Loud this afternoon on the charge of contempt of court. A warrant is out also for the arrest on a similar charge of the chief of police, but ie has not been apprehended. The arrests are the outgrowth of the proceedings in the case of Carey Snyder, who was held here for the Missouri of ficers on a charge of highway robbery, said to have been committed in Kansas City. As already related in the Inter Mountain Governor T'oole yesterday honored the requisition of Governor Dockery of Mis souri for thle return of Carey Snyder to that state. When this fact became known ihere the local counsel for Snyder began another habeas corpus proceeding. Last night they secured from Judge Loud the necessary writ, which was made returnable today. However, it is said before the writ was served on the local police officers the Kansas City detectives arrived from Hel ena with the requisition papers. Chief of Police Morris and his policemen there upon surrendered Snyder to the Kansas City detectives and Snyder was put aboard the Burlington train early this morning and started back to Missouri,. When Judge Loud learned of this pro ceeding this morning he ordered bench warrants to issue for the arrest of Chief Morris and the three night policemen, namely, Baker, Tarnent and Hannah, on the charge of contempt of court In vio lating the writ, The warrant has not yet been served on Morris, but the three policemen are before Judge Loud this afternoon for trial I on the charge, INTER MOUNTAIN WANT ADS PAY PERSONAL 'QC rtF l T ruvry wman; agentswiawn.s no soliciting; lu.inesa by mail; imnmenst profit.; send Soc for snlmplre that retail for $4. Puritan ('hemlcal Co., 1o1x 1375, Seatle. ADVICE free in delicate legal matteras striedlt confidential; prompttess guaranteed. Box 6t8. Butte, Montana. MISS 1TUINLE'Y SCLHOUL-All graded taught. No. 41t West Mercury. Only private school. TATILORIN K.O.. .. IAN T'ALDEI, TAll.O.-New esilgne 1e fall and winter woolens. No. jas North Main. NEW TAII.tNtS Alarkancn & llarju, No. I Last Ilroadway. - . RSliJR QAIR 1DEORMED and crippled feet our speelaltyl expert repairing work guaranteed. Charles Mack, No. IstI North Academy. SCAVENGERS SI' R IMVESK, No. 347 East Mercury; night work. Orders promptly filled. $EQNp-j1HANYD AQOpS.. OE('IISLI, 41 West ltruadway, will buy, pack, ship, store or exchange your household goode. Pl'y highest cash prices. 0oo up-to-date second hand heating stoves; also full new line stoves and ranges to eclhange for second hand goodl. Tents rented. Phone 9aj-l. AfWEmoney forCyoui anrd-hian uriTiur MORE goods for your money. MORE stoves, tin and graniteware. MORE bargains than anywhere in the city. MORE'S Second-hand Store. aJ6 South Maltl -illIiti'ST prices paid for second-hand lurnla ture. ehllman & Co., ry7 West Park street. 'Phone 95 hM. WAtNTE --Secondhand furniture bought an4 sold. No. 311 East Park street, Butte. Tlle. phone 616--P. I. McNamara. _ ,SURGG I . . II. It. IIANSOIN, . V. General operative surgeon. O()lces: Nos. ag, 4 ar4 Silvr Bow block. Telephone 4o*. WALL PAPER CLEANEDt AIf. PAkl'lk" cleauned. Leave your arilire at Newbro drug store. 'Phone aGo. Charles l. Guott. MINING API'I.ICATION NU. 4.83. United States Land Office, Helena, Montana, August S, ,IM. Notice Is Itereby given that, Robert Mclride, F. T. McBride, Wakeman Sutton, Carl J. C'apell and Louis Kaufman, whose postuthee address is Ilutte, M.oltltaOa, have this day bled their application lor a patent for ,5soo linear feet, being 63o feet eaNserly and 85o leet westb erly from discovery shaft of the Mc(loskey lode, and asoo linear feet, being 315 feet east. erly anld sI,tn feet westerly flom discovery shalt of the Ontario l.ode, Mining l lalms, upon whtirh claims a notice of intention to apply for a patent was posted on the 3oth day of July. 1903, situated in tunorganlsed) mining district. Sliver Bow and Jefferson counties, state of Montana, designated as Surveys No,s. 69a6 and 6927, respectively, in the unsurveyed portion d Fractional Township 3 north, Range y west. being more particularly described as followes Survey No. 69,6, AMcCloskey I.odes IUglen sing at ale northwlest corner, a granite bowldee in place, witnessed by bearing tree and rock, and marked --j- 4,gp6 for Corner No. h, from which 1. 1'. No. s, Township 3 north, Range y west hears north at degrees 50 minutes a, seconds west, 4au9.3 feet; and running thence south one degree west, So fret; thence north 8j degrees so minutes east, aaoo feet thence north one degree east, Gui feet; thence south 83 degrees so minutes west, a5no feet to the place of beginning, cuontainig an area of ao.5i acres, of which 3.34 acres are in conllict with Surveys No,. 5798, 6337 and 6Op7, not claimed. leavlng an area of 17.16 acres claimed. Survey No. 69a7, Ontario Iodes Ufeglnnlng' at the northwest corner a granite bowlder in place, witnessed by bearillg trees and marked -I- 16g97 for Corner No, s, from which I. V. No. s, Township 3 north, Range 7 west, bears nortl Ia degrees as minutes 30 seconds west, 4483.1 feet, and running thence south a degrees ll minutes west, Goo feetl thence north 84 degrees u8 minutes east, 1507.5 feeti thence nortlh o degrees sa minutes east, Soo feetl thence south 87 degrees 56 minutes west, ;aSe feet to the place of beginning, containing as area of 18.9a acres, of which 3.p1 acres are in conflict with Survey No. 6,j8, not claimed. leaving an area of 5I.73 acres claimed, of which s.42 acres are in conflict with Survey No. 69a6l total area of these surveys claimed, sa.89 acres. The location of these clanms are of record in the County Recorder's office of Sliver How county, Montana, the McCloskey Lode il ]look "V," on Page 351 and in Hook "W," on IPage aS; the Ontario a.ode, in Book "V," on I'age 65, all books of lode locations. 'T'he adjuning claims to these premises ares To Survey No. 69a6, McCloskey Lode; on the north, Survey No. 5748, Fanny Scott Lode; on tie east, Survey No. 6.,1g, Davenport Lodes on the southeast, Survey No. 6337, May Felle Lode; on the west, the Chief Justice Lode, unsurveyed; and on the northwest, Survey No. 5798, Lilian Lode; Survey No, s170, Summlt Lode, Lot as4, is adjacent on the northeast; to Burvey No. 69ap, Ontario Lo:e, on the southeast, Survey No. 6138, Copper Mountain Lode, and on the northwest, the Chidsl Jutice Lode, unsurveyed. FRANK ). MIRACLE, Registr., SAMUEL tAltKIER, lit., Attorney for Applicants, (First Publication, August 6. 9g03) (fEt'I Jif.ICA'Il'JN.) MINING AI'ILICATION NO. 4675, United States Land Office, , Ielena, Montana, Sept. a, t9o3. Notice is hereby given, that the flutte I.and & Investment companj, by Simeon V. Kent. per, its attorney-in fact, whose poatoffice ad dress is Ilutte, Silver ,low county, Montana, has this day filed an a;-plication for a patent for 153.63 acres of the Xenophanes Placer Mining Claim, situated in (unorganized) Mining Dig. trict, Silver flow county, Montana, a notice of which was posted on the claim on the 07th day of August, 0o03, and being more particuo. larly set forth and described in tile official examination and Report No. 176, on file in this office, as follows, to.wit: Lots r and t, and the east half of the northwest quarter of Section t8, Towlnship a north, Range 7 weet The location of this minle is recorded in the office of tite Recorder of Silver Ilow county, on Page 490, in Book B of Placers. 'There are no known adjoining claims to these premises. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. Joe. II. SHarper, U. S. Claim Agent. IN TIIIE DIS'lTRICT CO(URI'T OF TIIE SIEt. ONI) JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THEt STATE OF MONTANA, COUNl.I OF SILVER BOW. In the matter of the estate of I,. Caux, de. ceased. Notice of time appointed for pl'oving will, etc, Pursuant to an order of said district court, made on the Thursday of September 4th, 1o03, notice is hereby given that Monday, the aast day of September, o903, at zo o'clock a, rp. of enid day, at the courtroom of said court, at the city of Butte, in the said county of bilver Ilow, has been appointed as the time and place for proving the will of said Ii. Caux, deceased, and for hearing the application of Eugenie Cqux, for the issuance to her of letters tesia. mentary when and where any person intereete( may appear and contest the same, Dated September 4, o903. SAMUEL M. ROBERTS, Clerk By Eugene M. Roberts, Deputy Clerk.