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BY THE PARENTS John and Bridget Gilroy, who are in Ireland, today filed a petition in the dis trict court, through their attorney in fact, Patrick Gilroy, asking for the permanert removal of W. E. Wynne from the office of adminisrator of the estate of his late wife. Julia G. Wynne. W\ynne has already been temporarily removed from the administration. The petition says that Patrick and Bridget Gil roy are the parents of the dead woman and therefore entitled to.lalf of her estate. It adds that Wynne is "wasting, conceal ing and embezzling" the estate and de stroying the petitioners' interest in it. Mrs, W'ynne ran the Park and the Lennox lodging houses in this city before her death, and her husband has run themn since that event. " Alleged in Petition. The petition alleges that the estate left by Mrs. W\ynne exceeded $to.noo and that the lady died January 3 of this year. It adds that Wynne concealed, embezzled and wasted the estate of his wife for the purpose of defrauding the public. and that be committed fraud in not accounting for all the property in his first official report of the management of it by him. It charges him with omitting to mention $600 in mo'ny Iwlonging to the estate in his appraisement. and says that $482 has been collected and embezzled by him as admin istrator and not mentioned in li.s accoutnt. Without Approval. It adds that he has paid out about $:o, 0n, in claims since lie became administra tor, from the estate, and that he did this without the approval of the court, many of the paymenlts exceeding $So in amount. The petition alleges that the appraised value of the money in the estate given by Wynne was $500, while as a matter of fact the. money amounted to "nearly four times that :amotoult." It also says that he appraised the estate at $7.ooo, whereas that was not much more thanl half its value. One of the sensational charges in the amended petitionl is that WVynne depre ciated the renting quality of the l.ennox and the Park houses by permitting them to acquire reputations for a" lack of re spectability. It Hurt the House. It says that he allowed Mrs. Brooks, the wife of Walter Brooks, who killed Emery Chevrier in Chevrier's room in the Maule block last winter, to stay at the Lennox, and that that hurt the house, adding that lie also occupied a room at the Lennox at times with a woman of bad repute. Thllis, the petition charges, lessened the value of the houses as renters to the pub lic, and tended to destroy the half interest in the property to which the petitioners are entitled. 'IThe petition adds that the petitioners are in May county. Ireland, and are there fore unable to verify the petition, but that Patrick Gilroy is their attorney in fact, and is empowered to act for them in the matter. Attorney Swan Ilogevoll repre seints the petitioners. PERSONAL NOTES W. O. Hess has purchased a barber shop in Glendive and removed there. David F. Meiklejohn of Sierra county, Cal., is visiting his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Dave sMeiklejohn. The younger ,Meiklejohn is accompanied by his bride. Fred T. Wilson of Helena was in the city yesterday attending the funeral of the late R. D. Turner. A. W. Martin., one of Helena's ex-alder msen, who is engaged in mining and stock dealing, was in Butte yesterday afternoon on his way East. 11. F. FRueger left last evening for the Eastern part of the state on business. Will Word is over from Helena. Wyman Ellis was among today's ar rivals from Helena. J. C. English, postmaster at Anaconda, is in town, returning from Corbin. Dr. E. D. Leavitt expects to leave this evening for Portland, Ore. 0. F. Schoenfeld, secretary of the State Bureau of Child and Animal Protection, arrived from Great Falls today on offi cial business. Charles Jackson, a guide of Teton county, who is in the city, expresses the opinion that the case against Young P'ulitzer of New York on the charge of killing a mountain sheep out of season will never be tried. Nesbit Rochester, deputy state treasurer, spent yesterday in Butte renewing old acquaintances. M. S. Dean, general manager of the B., A. & P. expects to leave tonight for Chi cago on business. Judge Ed Scharnikow of Deer Lodge is in the city today. Attorney B. F. Maiden of Bozeman is a visitor in the city today on legal busi ness. SEASON FOR CATTLE AND SHEEP HAS BEEN POOR Chicago Men Preparing to Leave Great Falls, Where the Market Has Been Generally Poor. Great Falls, Nov. rt.-The cattle and sheep shipping season for this section is practically ended and the representative, of the Chicago and other eastern houses who have been buying stock are preparing to leave. The season has not been a good one for either cattle or sheepmen. The prices for cattle have been about 45 per cent off and owners have consequently refused to ship, preferring to take chances on the winter andl next year's prices. The sheepmen have shipped very few head because the price of sheep has beern about 5o per cent less than usual. The stockmen do not enter the winter with the most jubilant feelings, as a result of the low prices.' WIFE MURDERS HUSBAND WHILE HE SLEEPS Dover, Del., Nov. Ii.-Mrs. Edith Jack son lHollis, a member of an influential Camden (Del.) family murdered her hus band, Delaware T. Hollis, by shooting him early today while he was asleep in a chair. Lrst night the husband had consented to his wife being sent to an asylum for the insane, She was com mitted to jail until a jury pasres upon her sanity, To Decide Strike Tonight. Chicago, Nov. st-The difftichlties .b tween the management and employes the City Railway company havcjeget ,r ferred by the men to a mass meeting all employes to be held tonight. NEW YORK QUOTATIONS (Reported by Coc Commission Co.) New York, Nov. st.-The opening and clos. ing quotations on the stock exchange today were as follows: Open. Close. American Ice ....................... 6'i 14 Amalganlated Copper .............. 39a 37%! Anaconda st.ning Company....... 65 63 Atchison, Topeka & Santa lFe.... 64)i 63J do. preferred...................... 89 89 Baltimore & Ohio .................. 746 7314 Brooklyn Rapid Transit........... 37 36 Canadian Pacific..................7. 1t7!4 Chesapeake & Ohio ................ 28 28 Chicago & Alton................... 77 11% Colorado Fuel & Iron ............... sk sti (hicago Great Western............ 147i t4y Eric................................ au4 se6t4 do. first preferred........... 66Y1 6S37 General Electric Company........ 48 148 Illinois Central..................... a94 a1tp94 L.ouisville & Nashville ...........too 9Wt! Manhattan Consolidated........... tj 239) M., St. P. & 6 . Ste. Mtarie........ 6 52)4 Metropolitan Traction............. ta tsi Mexican Central.................... 84 84 M., K. & T. preferred........... 35 33 Misoturi Pac.fic................ 891 88H) New York Central..............6....s6. 5'j Norfolk & Western............. 56 s14 Northwestern....................165 I6tº Ontario & Western................. 9t4 i Pennsylvania Railway.............. tt4VA tslt People's t as...................... 93J4 93) Republic Iron & Steel .......... 6t' 6S Reading ............................. 43i 4t Rock island...................... a23' a3) do, preferred...................... 58 58 Southern Railway.................. r!i 674 do. preferred................ 774" 774 LIVESTOCK QUOTATIONS Kansas City Livestock. BY ASSO(CIAIF.) PREN.N. Kasane City, Nov. It.-t.lattic -Receipts, j,oou head including ,,3oo head 'Texans. AMar ket stearly to strong. Native steers. $4.n.,l 5.40; Texas and Indian steers, $;.a53j.6o; Texas cows, $t.25ai.J,25; naive cows and heif ers, $t.3o(/4.25; stockers and feeders, $2.5SoQ 3.75; bhlls, $.75·1.4.31 ; western steers, $3.t55. 4.-5; western cows. $1.3542r.50, Ilogs--Receiptso, 8,o, head. Market strong. Hulk of sales, $49o.u s.oo; heavy, $I.6o44.9go; packers, $4.80o(4.95; medium, $4.q9g 5.o5; light, $4.nso.s.os; yurkers, $5.os a5.o; pigs, $4.65trp4.'9. Sheep-Receipts, 5,000 head. Market steady. Muttions, $2.6o3*.95; lambs, $SJ.otoS5.5; range wethers, $J. ot(3 JS; ewes, $2.25ia3.65. Omaha Livestock. nY ASSOCIATED PRESH. Sotlth O(maha, Nov. Is.- ('attic -Iteceipts, 6.yxo head. Market slow to toe lower. Native steers, $4.75 45.40; cows and heifers, $.R.f.f3.73. western steers, $3.0oo4.4o; Texas steers, $2.75cS J360); cows and heifers, $J.75tSZ6o; canners, $1.50 (oa.oo; stockers and feeders, $2.So0a4.,oo; calvva, $3.oo5s.oo; bulls, stags. etc., $..5ol;r2.75. fgs --Receipts, 7,5.x, head. Market steady. IN THE STREET TODAY New York, Nov. it.-First trading in stocks showed very large transactions and irregular changes. The LUnited States Steel stocks rose It' and the second bonds .i, and i,csx shares of Amalgamated sold at 39'.i;9;, compared with 38 ~ last night. Icavy selling of Pennsylvania. which de pressed it to IH, exercised a weakening effect on the general market. s\lhen 'Pennsylvania ralliedl a large fraction prices showed an ad. vanlcing tendency and United States Steel pre. ferred rose above 5-. An announcement of go.d engaged in LoJndon for import helped the: market. ]tonlds were irregular at noon. Froml ti4 'ennsylvania fell back to 113 under a current of.otffrings of :,oon to 4,000 shares in blocks. Determined efforts were made to hold the stock and upwards of 40,0oo shares were taken to rally it ;'. -* l1W Prominent stoe, suffered t to I%. including MONTREAL AUDIENCE HISSES THE STARS AND STRIPES Montreal, Nov. I.-The introdluction of the Stars attd Stripes at the close of a play at the Academy of Music late last night caused a great uproar. Cat-calls and groans filled the house and lasted until long after a statue representing Britannia was shown. After that the whole audience arose anld sang "God Save the King." ALASKAN ELECTIONS SY AlbOCIATED PIRESS. Washington, D. C., Nov. z i.-President Roosevelt today received the following telegram : "Juneau, Alaska, Nov. io.-The Presi dent, Washington, I). C.: Territorial con vention today elected J. G. Heide, (harles S. Johnson, William T. Perkins, M. D. (;rant, J. W. lsvey and Oscar Forte dele gates to the national convention. In structed for Roosevelt. ' "JOHN G. HEIDE; "National Commnitteentan." EDWARD S. HAMILTON IS DEAD AT TACOMA Spokane, Wash.. Nov. I .--A Tacoma dispatch to the Chronicle atnnounces that State Senator Ed S. Hamilton (lied this morning, Ilis death was caused by malig nant typhoid, resulting, it is asserted, from exposure undergone during a recent political trip over the state. Senator Hamilton was one of the lead ers of the legislature. The election of his townsman, Addison G., Foster, as United States senator was largely due to his efforts, but this summer he an nounced himself as a candidate for Senator Foster's seat. MISSIONARY COMMITTEE OF M. E. CHURCH MEETS BY ASSOCtIA'rED PRESS. Omaha, Neb., Nov. I .-At the opening session here today of the general mission ary contmittee of the Methodist Episcopal church, the report of the treasurer of the missionary society, Dr. Homer Eaton of New York was the prinlcipal 'business. For the year elding October 3t, the re ceipts, including special gifts, amounted to $1,654,2a3, passing the million and a half mark for the first time. The increase for the year, aside front special gifts, amnounted to $134,974. The disbursements for all purposes were $1,365,485, of which $716,411 went, to foreign missions, and $475,870 to home missions. S pen. Cloae. Southern Pacific .................... 41 4o Smelter.................... 4*2 42 Sugar Refinery ......... .,......... tts'i 114 St. Paul.... ..................38 s6 Tennessee Coal & Iron........... S734 M3 Texas Pacific ....................... aa a21 Twin City Rapid Transit Company 874 8715 Union Pacific ..................... 7t5 7o4 United States Steel ................. . o; Iso do. preferred..................*... 51.* Soo W abash ....................... ...... 1 I8 sS1 do. preferred ...................... 32* 324 Ca'estern Union.................... 83 831 Wisconsin Central ......... ..... IS IS do. preferred...................... 34!4 33 Money a. 4 per cent. Total sales, 7tSl,9o. Boston Copper Stocks. (Reported by Coe Commission Co.) Boston, Nov. tr.-Today's mining shares oN the stock exchange were listed as followsl Amalgamated.............................. $37.2S Anaconda .............................. 63.00 Osceola.................................... 53. Parrot.............................. 17.62 Mohawk............................ 35.87 Daly.Vest................................ 36.87 Tamarack................................ 6.oo Utahl Consolidated.. ...................... 2737 Shannon..................... ....... 8.3j C'opper Range.......................... 43.68 Sentnnial............................. .. 1.87 Trinity........................................5......... . United States....................... . s 7.ta Dominion Coat...................... s 73.75 Dominion Iron........................... 8.s W\olverine.......................... 65.0o Heavy, $4.5504.65; nixed, $4.o6u4.65: liglt, $4.7464.8o; pigs, $4.7o004.8o; bulk of sales, $4.5o 04.65. Sheep-Receipts, 7,Ron head. Market steady. Western,. $3.JoQ43.40; welllhers, $3.ow3.a5; ewes, J.25(2-'.75: cuimmon and stockers, a.uo.@J.ao; lam1b., $35o0~4.75. Chicago Livestock. BY A.'IOt'IAT'I'I PR..S. Chicago, Nov. II.--Cattle -Receipts, a2.ooo head including a,5on head Texans. Market steady. (;ood to prime steers, $S.:53rS. 65; poor to medium, $3,.2.4.75; stockers and feederi;, $i.75t·4.25; cown, $1..15ri.15; heifers, .00oo3 4.0o; canners, $S.r:5c2.25; bulls, $l.75s4.-'5; calves, $1.00oo7.so; T'exas fed steCCrs, $.75tJ3.50; western steers, $3.oot4.jS. llogs--Receipts today, 25.500 uia; l: tomor row, .r5,no head. Market steady to 5e higher. Mixed and butchers, $4,Sos,5.os; good to chloice heavy, $4.6.'4.qu; rough heavy, $4.lt4o-4.50; light, $4,os.tr.qpu: hulk of sales, $..5o.'.75. Sheep--Receipts, 6,000ooo cad. Sheep and lambnhs, steady. Good to choice wethers, $3.251. 4..5; fair to choice mlaxcd, $.a.5out3.-5; western sheep, $3.or.4.tS; native lambs, $4.uotS.75; western lambs, $4.15.1.to. Canadian Pacific, Amalgamated Copper, New ' ork Central and Atchison. I'olnnsylvaiata touched til'., the lowest price in live years. Tile closing was rather dull and weak. New York Silver. BY AS..O('l.51i'5 PRkeSS New York, Nov. is.--liar silvtr, '56.c; Mexi can dollars, 43.5c. Lead and Copper. BY ASSOCIATIED I'eSS. ' New York, Nov. I'.--Leat, steady at $4.*0. Copper, quiet at $13.50. . . St. Louis Wool. BY ASSOCIATBO PRF.ti. s St. Louis. Aso., Nov. t.--Wenta, fimninal. SISTER STATES SIDE EMILY A. SHELTON MAKES STATE MENT REGARDING THE DEATH OF YOUNG GIRL. Emily A. Shelton, a sister of Blanchel Venita Shelton, who committed suicide! by taking carbolic acid, has made a state ment to the public, in which she gives the reasons for her sister's rath act. Blanche Shelton was in her 16th year. She was the foster ohild of Mr. and 'Mrs. l)enntis Regan of Walkerville. Emily Shelton says that her sister feared that she would be sent to the reform school lby her adopted parents because she kept bad company. Sunday night, before the unfortunate girl took her own life, Emily Shelton ac cotmpanied her to the home of the Regantts. "ltlanehe asked auntie what she was to be sent to the reform schlool for," said Miss Emily Shelton, "and she was toldj 'Yout'll sec.' BIlanche said, 'Then you'll take ome dead, but never alive. I've had some laudanum for two weeks and I will kill myself.' "Then :atrut said: 'Good riddance to bad rubbish.' " Blanche Shelton stayed with her sister that night and cricd a great deal. The next day she took carbolic acid. The funeral of Blanche Venita Shelton was held this afternoon from the home of her foster parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Regan, 52o West Daly street, Walkerville. Interment was made in the Catholic ceme tery. To Import Gold. BY ASSOCIATI"OD PRESS. New York, Nov. i .-Gold to the amount of $Rro,ooo was today engaged in l.ondon for import for the National City bank. THEY MAY SEPARATE Toronto, Ont., Nov. II.-At the annual meeting of the Canadian club last night, W. A. P. Parker, the newly elected presi dent, declared that the country was living on the threshhold of big events. Many of those present, he declared, would favor steps that would probably mean separa tion, Mr. Parker is a well-known barrister. MATT CASEY FINED FOR ASSAULTING WM. CLANCY Virginia City, Nov. zP.-Matt Casey, who was arrested Sunday on the charge of assaulting W\illiam Clancy, a saloon-keeper, pleaded guilty before Justice of the Pea4 Johnson and was fined $5o,. A friend paid the fine for him. When first arrested Casey atloutced his intentiohp of standing trial; but he changed his mind, Butchers on Strike. Cincinnati, O,, Nov, tI.--Between too and 8oo butchers struck today for an in. crease of io per cent and double pay for Sundays and holidays. All of the a3 local, packing firms that refu'sd to recognize the union are affected. WANT ADS ONE CENT A WORD SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALE V, AN Týl-Womsn who has two email lchii dren wants employment where she can g0 holt nights. Address Mrs. M., Inter MIono. -NT'ED-Good stenograp er and iotce irl desires position in or out of town. Address Office Girl, Inter Mountain. 'ANT'ED-Reliable nurse girl wants pla.c Address Nurse Girl, Inter Mountain. WANTE)lD-Respectable woman wants hlouse. keeping where there is no mistress. Address Ilousekeeper, Inter Mlountala. SANThlb-Strong woman wants day work. Address Day Worker, Inter Mountain. V WANT'1b oieCon ioniery cluco wants cier' ship. Address Conlectionery Clerk, Inter Mountain. S\ A N .E-li---Voitai wai.a-si1ury work. Ad. dress Laundry Worker, Inter Mountain. 1 AN' L T iilnrapiir er oanes i ikkeeper wants situation, Address Stenographer, ltter Mountain. \\ANTED--First.class bookkeeper wants posti tion; will accept clerical work of any kind. Adlress Bookkeeper, Inter Mountain. SAN'1 - aperienced timekeeper or oflice ut:,n wants siIuation. Address Office Man, Imter Mountain. . \ANEl'l -(;wo, cook wants sork. Addreiss ( ook, litter Mountain. V\ AN\,l')--Clerk wanlts a clerksaiip in or out of BIutte. Address Clerk, Inter Moulntain. WANFTRl)-JaniIor eTsires positioc:tiiu stands hot air or steam heat. Address JantI tot, Inlter Mountain. WAN''ElI)-HIoncat, reliabhle colored boy wannt illice cleaning. Address C. Iloy, Inter hlountain. HELP WANTED--MALE Vi I d news aper iolicitor. Ap. l "y 16 lI)nakota stret, Ilutte. FOR RENT-ROOMS i114 I4FNT-Two rlomos furnished for llght housekeeping. Upton block, 4ai SN. Main. ," I Tli :)XO TRI)- Ikooti Str' up Ir"tr clas; modern convenciences. South Main. t.'llifff(R-finTil-e-oiunis-.-ork block. 66 West Park. .1i ItKNF.iT-'Trasiait rntls, aos onilorado. FOR RENT HOUSES Ftit1 FI"NT -Nicely iurltithei six rout ti ct. lage . H. \'et (.ranlilr street. WANTED-HORSES 'A.\NTI't1) -A hrr'.e about 1,300 p.-11lsh to trade fir a xmaller one; willing to pay dif ference if suited. I:ildiman & C('., 1a7 W\\e.t I'ark. TRANSFERS JI t(NI'ANA T'ANSI EK CO.--Frcightt trans. frr; moves etngines, boilers, haet , ma:chinery of all kinds; furniture van and storage; piano derrick .for use in difflicult places; dealers in ctal and wood. Telephone sa. Ollice: No. II West BIroadway. W. J. C'lhristle, manager. 1lN'ii i1'\,r kY.tI'S BOX or 'phole ;t .. ._ OcUI ItN AURRST ( Ti. t(7 r.tyer, rnose, throt and lullgs;.pr.icest ,lo erete; terms cash. No. 41 Tuiltihur building. I'lhonle 034-A. OSTEOPATHY at Pl'enttsylyania btilding. Hlours: i to ia, eto 4, 7 to It. (i)ti'e ci.tud Stundayis. FIRE INSURANCE 1..1 Y'NOLDB & tlMcDO(VEIl., lerlning fire inlllrtance coltmpanio. ('Crrect rates and p mfipt ndjulitments 4' I.ast Itroadway. FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS itvenIlotm houins. odn ,siorth Vashillgtou. SCAVENGERS t'l'E[IG( JRWEK, No 347 yEast Mercury; liyght work. Orders prr rtptly filled. ASSAYERS hIEIR &l IA'ENICI('11, alt ces rs to Jotitn It. Ilapty; assayers and chemists; Inllion tllted and assayed or purchaeed. No. 117 II:,millon sltreet, IButte, Montana. J IIIMAS BUGIGY, assayer and chlemist. No. 4.o North Maill street, BuItte. t'Iz'IA'-ffI1,' & 1i'.aWis, asayer ; y ucces. sors to A. BI. Itonmbauer. No. to8 North Wyo. rling street. ''Phone 639-I. 1'. t. Iox tr4. LOST I, uS'IT Silver terrier: an-wers to noae of "I ,,us." f iberal ] I ( ard. Return ol 3yi i'-I tI atite. P'eorla dhg tas It 'n collar. WANTED--MISCELLANEOUS \\ A N TE.--To buy for countlry paper, one newspaper pres. Address Plaindealer, llavre, lfoot. HOUSEMOVERS I XI'I. ltINCEI) housecmover. Edgar )Dayton, 438 South Ohio. Tel. 77 Office 6y7 1E Park. ., WANTED-1BDS '.\.NT'ED--Ilids for building a gold ntll at the head of Flint creek, in lRed ,ion district, (ir,lit coulnty. All ma;terial furnished on the grotmlu. Plans land specificationn can be seen i:t ine. Milwaukee (;old Extraction Com. pn:'. Cable, Montana. HARD CIDER too IlAItIR, S Ihard cider at Palmer's, 58 Elast Broadway. .c per glass. Try it. I HAIRDRESSING .lt S. A. BIRTl I ' I((I(I1', hairdressing, mani. cure, chiropodist. No. I54 West Broadway. ACCORDEON PLAITING No. t,5 Weat Itroadway. Telephone 9a3-F. MESSENGER SERVICE StINti WORL,'S lSitlX or terlephonte 2a. HOMEMADE PASTRY It .11l:. made bread, rolls, ba.i,ng powder iis c.its, muffins and all kiild, of pies ans cakes fur saile at the Jute ('ale, opposite public hliary., West Broadway. CLEANING AND DYEING rAl'lfl"1 l(snr. yc .ose -l wonr guaranteed. No. Go West Galena street. 'Phone 747-A. French dyeing and cleaning. No Need to Reduce. New York, Nov. t.--At the convention of thie National Macqine Tool Builders' associa. tion, wisich is In session in this city, resolu. lits were passed declaring that nothing in the existing condition of the steel trade warranted a seduction in prices of machine tools. J1.HOJLS-LODUING HOUSES` THliE SOUTHERN IIO'I'TEL. Butte's Popular Stopping Place. DINNER, e as ts i t tI DINNERt, age The best meal and heat rooked food for aie In hlutte. You get as much of any and every dish offered on the bill of fare as you wish. Cuisine unexcelled. I)AN TIEW.Y, Proprietor. .... ANOODLE PARLORS MtIhlMWAIl Noodle P'arlors-Inh ttpUrters tane team, noodles, Chant, Suie Meiwah Co. No. tu, ceorner Merutry (the alley). PIERSONAL AI)VI'I: free in delicate legal maltteas; strictly confidential; promptnessa guaranteed. lIu 685, Ilutte, Montana. taught. No. 4Js West Mercury. Only private school. at Gircon's I.oan (flire, N.. -4 HI. Park St. ... MONEY .TO . OAN . . M(ONEY to loan on furniture, pianIs, salary, time checks and all other security, at low rates. Buslness confidential. Butte 'Chattel Mortgage .o.. 58 W. I'atk st., first Honr. lt.aNIY '-TOU IAN on' rstl eatnt,: ralancl property, hivestock. Ipianos or turnitutte. Itrintg In your pIrop-atltionis. MlcKac & SuolvaO II, No. 4o West Park. Hountm S. 1(i)N lEY TO L.t'A N I.;,Ltas at,aan 11 IIIiic real estate or anlly securities. Monatana I hattel Loan Co. (Oflifice: No. an (Clark block. SI.EMOINS & 1()tt'Itl will aaegotlate a loan for you on teal estate hettyily. IotuI:s a, 1, 3. Silver Itnw block. 'MO)NEY I l' ttAR . a lu,initire olr any secu rities. Edward L'haplmana, IUOumi J, 77 West Broadway. .UANS-2ion.ey to loan at 8 Itr cent; dto delay. Ilall brllhers, No. 48 East Brouad way. Ilutte, Montana. 104 ?i"\V T'1T(1 ik)AN ot' any" iT.T. - t T'. The liavenlport C(o., Nn. I;t Ilanaiiltla street. MILLINERY FIAII.. aild \\I IN'l'It Mfilltirtiy at p ralily reducer pIries. Mrs. IlI, lhI,' 1 w Mall. iaarty l'aalua.. (47 tI'tatl sVea a,, HORSE BLANKETS-COVERS it lis? It.l AKTI aisia waia A cuvt.n. A'. Marcaulev. ,u ia SuIIIh ain .tlret. EXPERT $NHOEMAKE.R . I.lF"t NIi Eli n.'ifli, ttad liest aour ,t.'e isclay aepert repairing work guaranteed. lisltlcs Mack, N... tIff0 Nath Acaducmy. I~ m:aaciir.. ItrtmantatM.,aaas, Nvrtn bher a. from Mirs. Ifunson's parlors, San Fi anis.o. 4a (wshly Ilt.ck. MASSAGE MISL. I. ('AItSON Svcinltille itasse.rr. Si)fices: Nu.. .:74" ..75 t'ennsylvanta building. 'lihnlle 'i7 It. _ TAJLORINQ ........... IIAN ('AI.DI'-', '1"'AIiiRI--New designs in fall and winter woolesa. No. a10 North Main. MASQUERADE COSTUMES Il E\iA U)I IARI I' t flr at iuierradoe catntnes. time. It.hla h. , at ; \Vi ,"I la'anitie street. STOVF RFPAIRING S( )'l'I', the stave mail, has. moved tI No. -i Fpast Park. 'lhonre lnmblr, 294. MUSIC TEACHERS JIaltN N. 1i.5')N -'racher violiht and tlaai. dilin. No. 148 W.VtI Granitel. 'Phone 3.6-M. M.isS SKi .lLV I'in, t' t i'i7 W i it li-., . HORSES WINTERED S':1 I J. H. Need. a1 least Itvradtway. MIDWIFE 111\Ml ihi cuanhna mel. a t17 South Mlaat. 'el. 067 F. .,,SC.N. 1 ANQ. OP i s ,.. IlIAlt I) TIMIS SALE--(;reailly riduced price iheater anld lurnlilure halc; quick hialls; maill proftls. The South Muinl Seconld Iland Store. ''hone 857.M. WANT LEl)-Secon.l l;ind funiture ., ouuht anii sold. No. 338 LEat I'ark street, flltile. T'le. phone 68i-6-. E. McNamara. t.: INISI.l 4. WVra.t Broadway. Pa li., h:iest prier for homsteilvd uo,,ts. I'hone yrll. MINING AI'I'LICA'IION NO. 47oo. United States Land Office, Helena, Montana, October ra, t1o.. Notice is hereby given that Charles Mattison and John Iltrkin, whlose postoflice address is Butte, Montana, have this day filed their appll. cation for a patent for 15io linear feet, being y75 feet easterly and 6as feet westerly, from the point of discovery in discovercy tunnel of the Sunrise Lode MilinTg claim, upon which a notice of intention to apply for a patent was posted on the 8th day of October, A. L. V1oS, situated in unknown mining district, Silver 1ow county, state of Montana, designated as Survey No. Gp8 In Fractional 'I'ownship 3 north, Range 7 west, and being more particu. larly described as follows, to-wit: Ifeginnlnt at the northeast Corner No. r, a granite stone set in thle ground, with a mound of earthl alongside, and marked .1. 1.6998 for Corner No. I, from which the quarter Section Corner on the south bouiudary of Section te 'J'owlship 4 north, Range 7 west, bears north 24 degreCCes o4 mnIutes enast .,14..9.5 feet, anld run. ning thcnce south aS degrees Ia mnlutcu east (Wo6.5 feet; thence si')uthl 84 legrees 47 mtitilultes west, aSoo feet; thence north 15 degrees at minutes west, 585 feet: thence north 8.3 dregrees s5 minutes east, t496 feet to the place of begin. aing, contailing al area of ao.ao ares tlaioled by tihe above nameud applicants. 'lie location of this claim is of record in the office of the county recorder of Silver Bow county, Montana, in Book "'" of Lode l.oca. tians, at Page ua. T'lle adjoilling claim to these premises ils Survey No. 427o, Lurgan Lode on tile east. FRANK D. MIIACLE, Register. Samuel Itarker, Jr., Attoriey for Applicants. (First Publication. October i3, iaoJ.) MINING APPLt VATION NO. 473r. Ulnited Sateis Land O1icer, Ielenaos, Mntanna, Novembei r 5, t1o3. Notice is hereby given that Henry i.. John. ston and Andrew J. Johnlston, whose plostot lice address is Ilutte, lMontana, and f)liver P. Johnston, whose lpostulhce address is Mis. coula, Missoula countuly, Montana, have this tday filed their application for a patent for 171.8 linear feet, being 2a feet werlterly and 149.8 feet easterly froli discovery shaft, of the Kopper Moone No. 3 L.ode Mining Claimn, upon which claim a notice of intention to ap. ply for a patent was pousted on the ad day of November, t9o3, situatied in Summit Valley (unorganized), Mii,.ing I)istrict, Silver how county, state of Montana, designated as Sur. vey No. 6q6a, in the unsiarveyed portion of Fractional Townslhipl 3 north, Range 7 west, being more particularly described as followas Beginning at the southwest Corner No. /, which is also Corner No. t of Survey No. ioo5, In line one-half of Survey No. 6ooJ, a -j. on a granite bowlder in place, with a mound of earth alongside, and marked 4-66.a foe Corner No. t, from which the southeast corner of Section sy, Township 3 north, Range I west, beltr south 7s degrees 36 minutes 45 seconds west, 9370.5 feet, and running thence north a degrees as minutes west, 173.8 feet= thence north 8o degrees 40 minutes east, 17j.j fret; thence south a degrees to mittnutes east, Ito feet; thence south 63 degreers 47 minttes west, tit7.. feet to the place of beginning, con. taiinlg an area of 0.376 acres, of which o.saj arres are in conflict with Survey No. 6nn4, not claimed. Ieaving an area of 0.513 acres claimed. The locathin of this claim is of record in the Recorder's ,tfice of Silver low county, Mhon. tans, in Book "U" of Lode Locations, on Page 465. The adjoiiinig rlailm to these premises are Sutrvey No. 5sw,7. Kopper Mountain I.de, on the north; Sutrvey No. 6004. Knpper King No. 3 I.ode, on the east; Survey No. o60s, Kipper Moun l.udc, on the south, and Strvey No. 60J3, Kopper King No. a tonde on the west. IRANK D. lItHACULE, Register. Saiamuel ihurker, Jr., Attorney for Applicants. ('ilrst l'ublicationl, November 6, 1gni.) (REI'I't'l.ICATI(iN.) MININGt AI'I'IICATI()N No. 4q,7. United States I.and t tlice, Ilelena, Montana, neptember a, toj. Notire i,, hereby given, that the Itutte l.and & Iirulvitnltt ('oitnlpaly, by Si.eolln . Kern. per, its attorneyuinifact, whose poat.toler aildtest is Ilttel, Silstr llow county, Monlltan, Ia, Ithis tiny filed all application for a patent for i.j 6.t acres of the Xenophanes I'laFer MalininI ,aIn., ii itua l nn i (niOtalltred) Main ing Distlril, Silver How eiicounty. Montana, a notire of which was postedl on the claim nn the 7Ih Ilay tof A,%ittl, 1.3.; anld bring tmore paiucuilasty set liith and der.bei n t red i the fthial , xaminatin anod leport No. :76, on file inl Illii. tlilrle, a. fol~Nw,, t., wit: lots I and l . ;tln the east llf ,of tile n,thiwest quhtter of ecti.on s, Townshii, * north, Range 7 west. l hr b atol1 11 thi. min111111 1 l u I 1 i ecl'ri del I1 tile lir 11 lte Hrecordei l 11 SilveI Ithiw ,'Itiitt)', to I',.at .m4 , in ItHook It .t I'lace ,s. 'Thire, al1.I 1w, I6uowVn I adjo lliut 4.1o.10t11 to these pi erntise. I"t.\NK I) MIRtACL.:, Itegis.er. J.s I. Ilaitpei. I'. S h.iimi Agent. MINING AkP1'LitA'hIUN NU. 46)J. Lnited States Land Office, elenle, Mnthnah , Srptember 15, 1o93. Notice is hereby given that Ilenry I.. Jiiha. ston and Andrew J. Johnston, whose potat.lhec address is Itutte, tlMontana, and Oliver P. Johnston. whose poltufflie address is Missoula,. Missoula county, Mhontana, have this day ticd their application for a patent fur 576a hIser' fcct, bring I48 left nollerasterly and ta8. feet southwesterly from discovery shlalt of the Sunrilla No. a Lode Miring claim, upon whiclh a ntllllte intentiton to aptity for a patent wee pc,.ted thie a1d day of September, A. It. IgO, situated in iummnit Valley (unurganoied) minl. lag diastrict, Silver flow county, stater of Alan tana, designated as Su.ivey No. 6948, iin tite unsurveyedr Ioution of Fra.ctional "luwnushp j north, L.nge 7 west, beilg tmore parttcularle, described as Iollowsi Beginning at the southwes. Corner No. I. a point in the north side line of Survey No. I66, a granite stone set in the ground, with a mound of eaith allongside and marked t 6n.I for Corner No. I, from whltih the quarter see. lion corner on the east boutndary of Section qy, Township 3 north, Range 7 west, bears nturtl 8j d..recs m inutes 39 scconds west. 7oa7y. feet, alnd rsmu!lniil thernce south 8t degrees 38 miun es east, 576.s feet; thence north a de grees ta ntuinct.. west. I~J.3 feet; thelnce north h8 deyrews 3A minutes west, 576. feet; thence south a degrees Is minutes east, 153.3 feet to the pltci of beginning, containing an area of a.o3 are, 91of which i.o acres is in conl.ict with Survey No. s.6,. not claimed, leaving an area oi s.3o acres claimed by the abtove named aptllicante. 'the location of this claim Is of record In the county recorder's office of Silver Bow county, Montana, in Book "U," of Lode Locations, on Page 419. The adjoinlng claims to these premises are Survey No. o50, Sarina Lode on the north and welst; Survey No. 6do., Kopper King No. a Lode on the east, and Survey No. 604 Columbus L.nde, on the south. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Regllster. lamuel Ilarker, Jr, attorney for appliclanIs (First Publication September al, ugoq). MINING AI'!'LICATION NO. 469$. United States Land OMice, Helena, Montana, October 5, go0, Notice Is hereby given, that T'homnas I. Cot. ter and flarry C. Cotter, by Michael A. Dona hue, their atturney-ln fact, whose pustofflce address is Butte, Silver flow county. Montana, have this day filed an application for a patent for s,Seo linear feet, the same being for s5s feet in a weeterly and 94S feet in an easterll, dlrection fromn the point of discovery ott the IIJank Lode Mining (:lain, situated in Summil Valley (tlllrgnnired) mltingl district, Silver flow countIy, hlMontana, the position, courser and extent, of tie said mining claim, designa. ted by an official survey thlereof, as Survey No. 6456, Township No. 3 north, Range y, west, a notice of which was posted on the claima on the 3oth day of September, gS.j, and lacing more particularly set forth and described in the official field notes and plat thercul ofe file in this office, as follows, to-wit; Ileginning at the northwest location corner, a granite boulder in place, 3x4x3 foot above Pguntd., marked 1 6456 for Corner No. r, from whence Initial Point No. a, established foe surveys in :lactioni ''iwillahtip 3 north, Range 7 wcst, bears north 42 degrees ao minutes west, l0Ot6 fere, sud runu.g t1hence nurth 85 degresl 37 m;lllutesl cast, 1,So feet to the northeastll Corner No. a; thence south 4 degrces st mim. utes east, 51355 feet to the southeast Corner No. 3; thence south lts degrees 3t miinutes west 5,20o feet to Corner No. 4; thence south Up drgrres 36 minutes west, sos feet to the south. wer.t (Corncr No. 5; then'c ntorth 4 deyrec ajS tminutes west. 345 feet to Corner No. I sand llace of beginning, conltiingll an area ol sat.1 acres claliled by the above named upvlicante tor pat:nt. Thie location of this mine Is recorded In the office of the Recorder of bilver how county, in Ilook V of Ludes. O(n the south is Survey No. sdi, Mlry Ellel Lode; James W, Mlutray, st. l., applicanteg on the southwest Survey No. $as, Josephtine I.ode, Robert McJlride, epplicant; on the west, the Ilirdie No. a Lode, unsurveyed Sampson Beer, claimant. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Registe r. Jo.l . I Halrper U. S. Claim Abent. (First Publhcation, October 6, t0oa.) MINING AI'I'LICAT1ON NO. 470o, United States Land Office, Helena, Montann, October s5, sgo,. Notice is hereby given that James r. O'Brien, Anna Rosecstein and the heirs of John lEddy, deceased, whose postoffice address is ltutte, Montana, have this day filed their application for a patent for 14ga linear feet, being /46 feet north 63 degrees is minutes east and 146 feet south 79 degrees 46 minutes west from discovery shaft of the Gold Itug Lode mining claim, upon which a notice of intention to apply for a patent was posted on the 13th day of October, 19o3, situated in (unorganised) mining district, Jefferson county, state of Mon* tansa, designated as Survey No. 7038 in Free. tlonal Township 3 north of .Range 7 west, be. Ing more particularly described as follows to-wit: lBeginning at the northwest Corner No. r, a granite bowider In place, witnessed by bearing trees and marked --I"" 1.e038 for Corner No. a. from which I. P. No. a, Township 3 north, Range 7 west, bears north a6 degrees so min. utes west, 6425.6 feet; and running thence south 14 degrees 17 minutes east, 534 feets thence: north 74 degrees so minutes east, :47J feet; thence north 14 degrees I7 mhinutes west, 469 feet; thence south 73 degrees 54 minutes west, 729 feet; thence south 9o degrees 40 minutes west, 746 feet to the place of begin. ning, containing an area of ti.3s5acres claimed by the above named applicants. The location of this claim is of record is the County Recorder's office of Jeffersog county, Montana, in Book ia of Lode Lousd tions, on Page s11, The adjoining claims to these premises age unknown. FRANK DU. MLRACL1(, Register. Samuel Barker, Jr., Attprney for Applicant, (First Publication, October 16, spo.).