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JAMES MARTIN IS.
iTO HANG FOR IT (Continued from Page One.) glidance. Sheriff Quinn will take no Bhances on anything of the kind. The Crime. The murder for which Martin is to be hanged took place at Silver Bow Junction. On the night of May o9, 9go0, John R. Williams, a railroad man, on his way to (naconda, to look for work, stopped at the junction. There he met Martin and Charles Lennox in a saloon. He was seen to have some money. As he afterwards walked to the depot he was accosted by these two men, who demanded that he throw up his hands. He refused to be robbed without a fight and started to make one. Lennox was knocked down in the struggle, and WVill lams was about to get the better of the bght when one of the men-the testimony of Lennox made it appear it was Martin shot him. Williams was brought to Butte, where he died in a hospital the next day. 'Martin and Lennox were caught in a box car at Dillon. They had walked from Silver Bow Junction to Divide. where they were seen to enter one of the cars of a southbound freight. News of the bhoot ing had reached the railroad men, and one of them locked the door of the car and sent word ahead to Dillon. There the men mwere taken from the car. They had con cealed the weapon with which the deed Was done in the lining of the car. On the trial of Martin, which took place Brst, Lennox went on the stand and told a story that implicated Martin in the actual shooting. Martin was conlvicted. Later Lennox, in spite of what he had (done to convict his companion, was con victed also. The two were sentenced in September, goa, to be hanged on October Kg. An appeal was taken from the order of the court refusing a new trial, and this Acted as a stay of execution. While waiting action on the appeal, the big jailbreak of August 9 last took place. (Among the prisoners who escaped were IMartin and Lennox. Martin was caught several days later near Walkerville. Hun ger and thirst drove him to a house, and the word was soon around and the sher lff's officers caught him. He made no re sistance to the officers. Lennox has not been recaptured. His appeal, for the reason that he was at large and did not appear by the time his case was called in the supreme court, was dis snissed. Now, should he ever he caught, there will be no further action by the pourts, except to resentence him. ARTIFICIAL EYES That Mrs. Dr. Frank's artificial eyes are the best is not a matter of hearsay. Hun klreds of eye witnesses testify to the fact that they have had artificial eyes inserted painlessly-eyes that are guaranteed to mnove and rest naturally in the orbit. Yes, a perfect match as to color. Price as low as $4.50. Cross-eyes permanently straightened without the use of the knife. Don't neglect your children's, but take them to the Frank Optical Parlor, 48 West Park street. Dr. Frank, the lady eye specialist, never advises the use of glasses unless absolute ly necessary. E. B. Arnold, her brother, who is a very fine refractionist, has charge of her office in her absence, and patients are at liberty to come and have any change made in their glasses at any time without any further expense. CARPENTERS' UNION ELECTS The Carpenters' union met last night and elected the following officers: Presi dent, I). F. Staten: vice president, L. A. ,Van Horn; recording secretary, W. H. Pierce; financial secretary and business agent, Edward Williams; treasurer, W. W. W'iggins, and sergeant-at-arms, J. E. Mc 'ally. A committee, consisting of C. A. Mc Govney, William O'lrien, Hugh Johnson, J. E. McNally and S. W. Billings. was appointed to arrange for the annual ball to he given Christmnas night at Renshaw hall. The ball promises to be a grand affair. iN TIHE DISTRICT COURT OF THIS SECt)ND JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF MONTANA, COUNTY OF SILVER BOVW. In the matter of the estate of C. M. Clark, deceased. Notice of time appointed for prov. ing will, etc. Pursuant to an order of said district court, made on the 1ath day of December, 19o3, notice is hereby given that Wednesday, the sad day of December, 1903, at to o'clock a. m. of said day, at the courtroom of said court, at the city of Biutte, in the said county of Silver how, has been appointed as the time and place for proving the will of said C. M. Clark, deceased, and for hearing the application of Selena J. Clark for the issuance to her of letters tests. mentary, when and where any person inter. ested may appear and cortest the same. Dated December is, 19o3. (Seal.) SAMUEL M. ROBERTS, Clerk. By Jos. Vogler, Deputy Clerk. IN TIlE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SEC. OND JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THIE STATE OF MNtNTANA, COUNTY OF SILVER BOW. In the matter of the estate of Everett E,. Paxson, deceased. Notice of time appointed for proving will, etc. Pursuant to an order of said district court, made on the sath day of December, 1903, notice is hereby given that Monday, the aSth day of December, 9go3, at ao o'clock a. m. of said day, at the courtroom of said court, at the city of lButte, in the said county of Silver Bow, has been appointed as the time and place for proving the will of said Everett P. Paxson, decca"ed, and for hearing the application of Lelia M. Paxson for the issuance to her of letters testamentary when and where any per. son may appear and contest the same. Dated December Ir, 1903. (Seal.) SAMUEL M. ROBERTS, Clerk. By Jos. Vogler, Deputy Clerk. (REPUBLICATION.) MINING APPLICATION No. 4573, United States Land Office, Helena, Montana, September a, 9po3. Notice is hereby given, that the Butte Land & Investment Company, Dy brmeon V. Kemn. per, its attorney.ln-fact, whose postoffice address is Butte, Silver Bow county. Montana, has this day filed an application for a patent for 153.63 acres of the Xenophanes Flacer Mining claim, situated in (unorganized) Min. fng District, Silver Bow county, Montana, a notfce of which was posted on the claim on the 57th day of August, 90o3; and being more particularly set forth and described in the official examination and Report No. 176, on file in this office, as follows, to-wits Lots I and as, and the east half of the northwest quarter of Section iS, Township a north, Range 7 west, The location of this mine is recorded in the office of the Recorder of Silver Bow county, on Page 490, in Book B of Placers. There are no known adjoining claims to these promises. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. Jos. Ii. iCarper, U. S. Claim Agen:t. ONITANA MEN ASK FOR RIGHT OF WAY APPLICATIONS ON CANALS, DITCHES AND RESERVOIRS MADE IN DE PARTMENT OF INTERIOR. NEW STAR POSTAL ROUTES Maps of Saco and Fort Benton Quad rangles of Montana Issued by the Government Surveyors. 81F.C'IA1. TO THll INTER't MOUNTAIN. Washington, Dec. at.-Applications for rights of way for canals, ditches and res ervoirs in Montana have been made re cently in the interior department by the following: W. J. Beecher; reservoir on Lake Lebo, area 2.3 acres. Fred Nelson, Miles City: water-right of reservoir in section to and unsurveyed sec tion :5. township 27 north, range 58 north, area 95 acres. ldawrd and Clyde Potter, Great Falls; reservoir and ditch, area 85 acres, ditch I,68o feet. F. J. Stiehle, Great Falls; reservoir, six acres. W. D. Hearst, Great Falls; three reser voirs. John L. Truscott et al., Great Falls; ditch. Star Postal Routes. Star service will be established from January 4, 190o4, to June 30o, 9go6, on route 63.31,t Malta by Balth to L.eedy, 62 miles, and back, three times a week. Peter Tay lor of Malta secured the contract on a Iid of $83o. The special service between Malta and Leedy and between Balth and Malta will be discontinued on January a. On route 63.15, Kalispell to Echo, the star service has been modified to omit Sheldon after today, decreasing the distance four miles. Since 1882 the United States geological survey has been engaged upon the stupen dous task of making a topographic map of the United States up to date. About three-tenths of the area of the country, excluding outlying possessions, has been mapped. This great map is being published in atlas sheets of convenient size. which are bounded by parallels and meridians. The four-cornered division of land correspond ing to an atlas sheet is called a quadrangle. Two atlas sheets have just been fur nished for Montana for the Saco and Fort Benton quadrangles. The first named shows a portion of the Lewis and Clarke forest reserve, embracing the headwaters of the Sun and part of the drainage area of the Teton rivers. The other sheet em braces an1 area from Fort Benton south, including Highwood mountains and part of the little Belt range. ASKS A STAY FOR THE RODGERS BOY MOTION FOR A NEW TRIAL IS UN DER, WAY-DEPOSITIONS FROM SDSTARNT POINTS NEEDED. Attorney William Meyer appeared before Judge MecClernan this morning and asked that a stay of execution be granted in the case of Joe Rodgers, who was recently convicted of burglarly and sentenced to two years at the state penitentiary. Preparations are now under way to pre sent a motion for a new trial and the at torney for the prisoner has already filed notice that he will make the motion. Time was granted for this purpose, but the de fense desires more time in which to se cure depositions from Wisconsin and other points. Rodgers is but a boy and it is claimed that he is not subject to a term in the penitentiary, owing to the fact that he was not 16 years of age when the crime is al leged to have been committed. There was some talk of using this as a basis for a new hearing and an endeavor would be made to secure a term in the reform school rather than at the penitentiary. Paddy Rodgers, who was jointly accused with Joe, was discharged by the court's own motion because there was no evidence to show that Paddy was with Joe at the time he entered and bIurglarized the Kavacovich house on East Broadway. The court today granted the defendant two weeks' additional time in which to secure the desired depositions and prepare the motion for a new trial. Sacrifice Sale Toys and Holiday Goods at the Racket Store, 136 West Park street. BUTTE MAY EAT A BIT OF BUFFALO MEAT Proposed to Slaughter Some of the Allard Herd. It is proposed to slaugnter a number of buffalo in the famous Allard 'erd of the Flathead reservation and sell the meat in Butte, Hieena, Great Falls and Ana conda during the holidays. Joe Mares, a Helena butcher, arrived from the Capital City last night and today interviewed a number of Butte butchers relative to their taking some buffalo meat for their customers during the holidays. "We have arranged to kill to buffalo," said Mr. Mares. "The animals will be slaughtered in Flathead county and shipped in carcass form. The buTffalo we propose to kill are full bloods and not crosses with domestic cattle, as some peo ple claim." GALLATIN VALLEY PROSPERS Farmers Ship Their Hay to Seattle and Pacific Coast Points. "The farmers of the Gallatin valley have developed a new market for one of their products," said A. M. Maxeiner," ,Northern Pacific passenger and freight agent at Bozeman, a former resident of Butte, who came here to see "Lien Hur" and remained a few days. "They are shipping their hay to Se attle where they realize a good .price. They get $1a.5o per ton for their hay, loaded on the cars at Bozeman. A larger amount of hay than ever is ,being sent from the Gallatin valley to the coast. The farmers of the valley generally had good crops this season and the valley is one of the most prosperous places in Montana." Look at the display of Ozotonic in Gro cery department windows at Itennessy's tomorrow, NEW YORK QUOTATIONS (Repnrted by Coe ('ommiision Co.) New York, Dec. :t. The opening and clos* Ing quotation on the stock exchange today were as follows: (Open. Close. .\Anrican Ice ........................ dn. preferred ................. .. A: ' s Amalgamated ('opprcr .............. 4.14 4774 Anaconda Mining Comipay ........ 75 75 Atchion. Topeka c Santa Fe.... 6;', 67'11 do. preferred ..................... 9:as 911 Ilaltimt re & ')lti' (................. 7 .)4 7381 Itrookllyn -.apd 'I'ransit........... 5oa 5o Canadian l cilie .................... t141i tlY I Chesapeake & thio ......o.......... jJ'3 33 Chicago & .\lton .................. 35 35'4 (ol,radl, Southertt .................. W4li I t ('lofrado Fuel & Iron ............. t( 1 .0 , Chicago (;Great Western............ 15i1 15i1 ( onsolidatc. (;as ................... 188i N sio Delaware & Ilulison..............165 :6(.1" E"rie.................................. 2o a 9Y do. first preferred................ 68! 8. General Electric Company........ t65 165 Illhnuis central .....................o i .'4 louisville & .ashtvl,l..............to6 I1H' Manhattan C('nsolidated........... i4t4 14tI M1., St. 1'. & . Str. Marie........ 55'i 55'1 Metroplitan Traction ...............I: 121i4 Mexican Central...................... o7 94 Missouri, Kansas & lexas........ (7'a t,17V do. preferred .................... to' J 39 lii..soti I'Pacifi.................... 9P , 9,3 New York tenltral...............tlSn l13 Norfolk & \\estern ............. 57~': 57'o Northwestern.......................:07 I66r ()ntario & W\estern................ . 22' I'ennsylvani Ranway ............l..1 11tS! People's (;as....................... ' 97g Republic Iron & Steel.............. 6'i 64 do. preferred...................... 39)j 39Y4 Reading. ................................. 45 45 do. first preferred ................ .774 7741 DOINGS IN THE STREET mY ASSOCIAT.D PgRESS. New York, Dec. 2a.-The renewed ten sion in the far eastern situation weighed on the London market and was reflected in the opening dealings on stocks here. The internationally listed stocks were car ried to a fractionally lower level. A number of the specialites showed ad vances. I.ackawan jumnped four points and Westinghouse electric rose i j. There were heavy offerings of United States Steel preferred at from 554 to 54; compared with 5615 on Saturday. Buying orders were uncovered for some of the popularly dealt in stocks on the decline and the' market turned upwards. lHeavy takings of the coalers, especially the Readings, and a rally of a point in United States Steel preferred helped the recovery at all other points. Roosm traders became nonplussed by the conflicting tendencies of the railroads and specialities and reduced their commitments largely, causing dull trading. Persistent pressure against the Western stocks gradu ally offset the buying of the industrials, and the entire market reacted sharply. BUTTE FRIEFS Orton Bros. P'ianos and organts. Tlhe agents of the different railroads' running into Butte have received instruc tions concerning the special rates to be offered on account of the meetings of the National Woolgrowers' association and the National Livestock association, to be held in Portland, Ore., January it to 15. There will be a rate of one and one-third fare for the round trip. Tickets will lie on stile January 8, 9 and to, .Witv.*ftnal return limit January 31. Smoke Flor de Baltimore cigars. W. II. Merriman, general agent for the Northern Pacific, and family left Saturday evening for Duluth, Minn., for a visit with Mr. Merrinan's relatives. Dr. Schapps, Owsley Blk. Tel. No. r6. J. G. Bates, piano tuner. Residence, "The Dorothy." Tel. 65o-A. E. J. Willis of Missoula arrived in town yesterday and registered at the Finlen. Joyce's Turkish Baths, under Great Northern ticket office, always open. Don't overlook Walker's, 1a West Park, when buying family liquors for holiday use. The finest assortment of high grade wines and whiskies in the West. Prices moderate Thomas Williams, aged ig, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Williams of 90o East (;alera street, was operated upon for ap pendicitis at Murray & Freund's hospital this Itornilng and his condition is said to be very serious. The physicians, however, have some hopes of the boy's recovery. THE ARGOSY FOR JANUARY Contains the usual collection of good, snappy stories. The issue this monlth is 40o,oo0 copies, just ouo,ooo more than a year ago. You can get them today at the L'ostoftice News Stand, 57 West Park street. Edw. Meddaugh Dead. IY ASSOCIATEID PIt'It.S. Detroit, Mich., Dec. ar.-Edward Med daugh, for many years general counsel o the Grand Trunk railway, died yesterday, aged 45. Place Your Business with an Old Established Brokerage House with Ample Capital and Conservative Management. THECOE COMISSION CO. (INCORPORATED) Capital and Surplus, $600,000.00 STOCKS AND BONDS GRAIN AND PROVISIONS RESPONSIBLE AND CONSERVATIVE REFER TO 175 NATIONAL AND STATE BANKS, WHICH SERVE AS DEPOSITORIES, AND THE COMMERCIAL AGENCIES Largest Private Wire System in America 160 Branch Offices in the Pr cipal Northern Cities, from New York to Seattle, Giving a Service Unexcelled. We Charge No Interest for Carrying Long Stocks GENERAL OFFICES, N. Y. LIFE BLD., MINNEAPOLIS. BUTTE OFFICE, HIRBOUR BLOCK C. C. COE, REPRESENTATIVE Open. .itiqc. SI. I:l ........... i414 .)I'm 11,I. lie leld ...d...... . .. .. ... 6i"j 6i5. ýý,ii:' In 4I toia) ........... 144 . .:11th 11 I e. Ilc ed c..................... 74') 777l \.,i t I i . I cifi C .. ..... ... 4 .(7 47b4 ~1. It! 11. ................... ........... 40'. "i9'4 ý" 1' It· r ........ ... ... .... .......l:4') 4 - V,1' p I .o.1 ...................... 144 74 14 "1 (vlil clwL'P al h a I Io..........n. J379 .1 t1r I',ICi .. ..................... .'. '.J 15 k F tit y. Ralpd 'It'ii.iit Co...... c 9 U 1 ii.n .I P,1 ici...................... 7N') 7tP I nittd SlidSC e .....II ........... 11114 111i4 I1... prcferrc ........... 1..5 a 3' o 4 4 ah rlli~h. .. .........I............... .lu m l.~. plererr e,·~. .................. .. 37'4 37 'l I· l 'ii n U t ti... 4.. ...... .... .. N5)4 31jSi 1 1.e.t.jn (icntrall.................. 174 1'4 Boston Copper Stock. lI,1t'.tmt, DcC. 11. - tIbt11's miniiiig 1.11711 onal the loIcck exchhinge seic listed a4 follows: \nllalgtI4ait.c....................... . 4 '!4 .t .\,ir~'ial ........................... 7 U I 1121 ..ii............................. .. 57'rr..;5 I'.iirt tt................................... . (nt 1 ''.llir a.................................6 il)' C tttt'ttClI.........l...................... I 'l 4 'I tltii'ak.. ... . .. ...... $6 3r1I 1'1,,11 ('tutu $idatcd ................... . 1y' i7'1 ' Ittiin ............ .. .................4 Iiur 8 ( ..peer i(:all ge ......................... 1111,.1,15' l ollrlelil.al ..........·................. 'II1111ty ............................ 4'410 5 J~al 1111111 Staics \lIlunl ............... I, ('III' 5414 1)nulinion k nal........................ 711 111 614 Ihitalinon Iron ....................... 8' 14 91, \l'..I1... Itl...............................64 t(0tt3 t' itcd States Steel preferred fell back to 5.4. and the Atcllisnl and Southern Pa chiic lost a point each. Anacoutlda decli ned . p'ints. Ihnds were steady at noonll. Speculation was heavy in tone. Itealiz ing sales in Delawaren ai Hiudson & I.ack iaanuma depressed thItem two pointls, but they sutbsequtently lnovedl tip again. An active clalll:lnd arose in the aiftertoont for the stocks of the railroad equipment rcompanitCs. Other stocks followed the rise. Railroad and other active stocks were iegleeted. With a reaction of z to t!; in the specialties whichl had shown .somle st ength, tshe wh.le market sagged. Amalgansated t ospper tell a paint beisw Saturday. \\'elle V"argo jumtei to , iiot. 'there was i stlight rally ion hJIt cov rying, but the cln)e was dull and heavy. New York Silver. |iY ASi4"uIATI i s i lts s $5, New York, lice. l.--l tar s.ver, 54!,c. Lead and Copper. New York, Di)ec. ... - upp'r asis l Itye l and untichanged. ASSEMBLY'S LETTER DECLARES POSITION IN REGARD TO PLUMBERS - MEANS TO STAND FOR RIGHT. The Silver Bow T'rades and labor as aemtbly at its uleeting last night deflinedl its position With regard to the action, taken agsailnst the plumbers' uniont inl an open_ letter issued to the public. The letter out lines the events leading tip to the trouble with the plumblers andI delites the position of the assembly on trade autonsomy. ''The declaration is nttale that the assenm Ibly will at all timtes recognize the rightsi of international organizations, until it comies to a question of 'legislation affecting local bIodlics and then when asn organization af filiated with the assembly assumtes thes at titude of extortion, it will leg:ishlate tthe benefit of local intstitutions only. In this respect it jpoints out that the pillltbers had becomelll arrogant :ilil were dlisregarding the principles of right and justice and for that reason it was necessary to discipline them. It is claiImedI that the lumbllllers isought to pe'rfect a tra;de issmonop oly andl that this action was not what could Ise termed as being for the best interests of organized labor. The letter further declares that althoulgh it has no fight with Itastern organization, yet it considers that Western oratizations. are, better fitted to; adllmsiste.r \Vestlcrn af fairs than are the lastcrnl iintersatioal bulies. The letter finishes with the state ment that any organization that withdraws froms thie assembnlly on s/ccounilt of the 1extra as sessment levied to assist the smeltelrellll :aIll milllers of Coloraldo, who are ,nosy o1n strike, is lnot deserving of recsognition as a union body. WANT ADS ONE CENT A WVORD HELP WANTED.FEMALE \VAN''ITED)- LoGpeteut girl lur *glleral h1o/11se work, at once; ino other Ineed apply. 7uo Hickory street. Ahaonda. wAN'I'.I)--Good girl for general li,,usewor'c Call at ItIer Mlount1in olfice, Anaconda. FOR RENT-ROOMS Yint Nf'-Awo thiaunts ttiruihead lro a ti~ housekeeping. Upton block, 4taj 14. Main. i tiiotttl. iukP1 ftTiiu omsnw rn up;ii", cliiai m.,dern convenciences. South Main. I Ilt IIl N I' we luruihcld runis. o ,m . 2(2) Wc.t l ianti . T" E i t '- iltn lh,, o atin c n1ur.l; new inl~ll. tagcretint. I'TflDT -- Turnr.allrfloo;ms" -Yorf-1 i,'` clfi West Park. VF)it i H 'Nl-Itotoi, $7 up. :a H\. Itatdw.ay. FOR I4t1i'lT--Translmnt roonm. In Cuolorado. BOARD AND ROOMS It)Al) alA1)I rooml ill private Ila111y. 4t I.' st I'fak. COSTUMES I tI'8 the 4an111J (I Itan €.1,tmi111rt Mmne. lul.t. Foa1, GiUod, '.hipprd anyuwhere. HOTELS-LODGING HOUSES THE bIUTIIIEN IIHUIL. Butte's Popular Stopping Place. DINNER, es It I I Is DINNIK , aSe The best meal and beat cooked fooid or aSl in Butte. You get as much of any and eve.t dish offered on the bill of lare as yo'A wish. Cuisine unexcelled. DAN TIEWEY, Proprletor. MILLINERY 'AIL l an WIN L'ItK hllinerry at greatly reduced prices. hMr. Ilullghes' New Mail Inery Parlors, 647 Utah avenue. MESSENGER SERVICE 'l Nt; W.ti.Lt. " UUX or teleiphone ll s SOR SE BLANKETS-COVERS f :u4l!S l I.AN KICS and wagon .overs. A. AMacaulry. Ila South Main street. FIRE INSURANCE "lEYNul.US & MhciUWEL.L, leading tire insura,\ce companics. (urrect nates and prompt adjustments. 46 East Broadway. LOST .L ' 'I' i I wit lf, i4'. l l ae b ok l, lr.tl" l ,ioadmvl ay hte ller, I1 1,1y nilglht. / 1nd" r krre'e stalp11111s. I 'Pl.1r I t I ..ll . h ks Il ( 11..1 fi, d I':. 1\ liu e, 6a W'. . I ,,,l. .1:,)y FOR RENT FLATS FOR 1 ii.N1k I, .,t; pl rrc.lain bath; g..lulnd rang.-; (lhclr ' lgih..; dI.linahl l latlllnll. Apply Io alrley & i11h en,1 i "Iulllpl lnY. 416 1.a1t IlI: I waY . MASSAGE .u h.. I'I..\N'I' , )N, .i"tli sh Uh 11;1a ,.,'11r, sh'Is 114 tlwalmrine aid vapor b.ah,. ,t.1µ Noth Mumtl slt,"r l, It. m111 J. bar e, from Mrs. Hanson's vpariors, Sua Francisco. 45 Owsley Illlck. FOR SALE-FURNITURE i IINITI1.UtI ) l( I .l\I.I". li..i , 1,te1g,, faldiig beds, etc. LIll ,i a didih ',.s 11,, lug F'l' N11 i It(. ANI) .\ I'I.i ., for hal; t ld a.I. l'renniylvanui bl,. .. MASSAGE .IRS. L. . ~CAI(.SN ?i.eIIeIIIIIi niasseiir Of()ces: Nos. 174--ar/y 'enis.ylvania buildlng. 'Phone p97-B. HOUSEMOVERS X I'RIIRtlNCFD house.uver, LSdgar t)ay'on, 38 South Ohio. Tel. Pay. Office a67 it. 'ark. OCULIST AND AURIST DR. T. A. GRIG ( Lye, ear, nose, throat and lungs; prices moderate; terms cash. No. 45 Hirbot.r building. 'Phone 934-A. STOVE REPAIRING S2b''l' I', the stove mal, has moved to No. 123 East Park. 'P1ione number, so4. ,ricjr.JSU. TEACHERS dolin. No. 348 West Granite. 't'lhne 3.,--M. I-liS SkitLY-l'ano. so, WVest (ran1ie. PEXPRST .SHO M, KE8 expert repairing work guaranteed. Charles Mack, No. tS85 North Academy. NOODLE PARLORS MEIWAIL Noodle P'arlors-Ilmporters line teas, noodles. Chau, fhuie Meiwah Co. No. gs9, corner Mercury (the alley). f is your cgnter. All heaters must be soli before January I at less than half price. All goods cheapest in the city. Highest pricrles paid for second-hand d goods in tli \Vest. T'he South Main, 236. 'lPhone 8,7M. |HIGl ,:,!ST prices paid fior hou-ehoTld ,goods. Frkhldan & Cu., 327 West 'Park, 't'hote 97 1. WANTED-Secondlhand furniture iought ao7I sold. No. 338 East Park street, Uutte. Tele. phone 686-F. E. McNamara. OE CIISIf;, 4a West IDroadw i -'Fg'ay hiihae price for household goods. Phone 9*311. S, s Chest uroadwy." t elepo , a3L - ; . PERSONAL, . . .. .ADVICI free in delicate legal matters; strictly confidential; promptless guaranteed. MBoa .SN, Butte, Montana. CLEANING AND DYEING PAUMIE'S Parisian Dye IHouse-All work guaranteed. No. do West Galena street. 'Phone 747-A. French dyeing and cleaning. CHRISTEN SEWELL TRIPLETS The famous Sewell triplets, born at 234 South Idaho street, three weeks ago, were christened yesterday at St. Patrick's church by Rev. Father IHarrington. The little boy was christened Francis Xavier after the patron saint of children, and the first girl was christened arbarara Cecelia, while the other little lady assumed the name of Margaret Kelly. D)r. R. C. Monahan and Mary T. Mc Donald stood splonsors for Francis Xavier, Frank McDonald and Mrs. Mary Buckley for Ilarbaria Cecelia, and J. M. Brown and Mamie McDonald for Margaret Kelly, ASSAY.ERS_. MEIR fl r \WENRIILtl, successors to John t. Bapty; assayers and chemlatll bullion rletted and asaaved or purchased. No. tsy Hamilton street, Butte, Montana. FifltMAS IidGUY. assayer sTiiFcimgst. No. 4s North Main street, Butte. 1iT'VZAtklK aILK &.EWfIK1, sssayert; asuces. sors to A. 1. Rombauer. No. tfo North Wye. tain street, 'Phone 659-It. 1'. O. Io 11 4., TAILORING DAN ('ALI)KKR, 'AII,UK--NIew dnteIgmni ton fall and winter koulens. No. sie North Main. MONEY.TO LOAN.. MONEY to loan on furniture, pianos, salary. time checrk and all othier security, at low rates. lusintess confidential. lutte Chattel Mlortgage Co., 58 W. 'Park at., first floor. MtONEY I'tI) LOAN an turniture, ptanus ain otiher secturity. MlcRae & Solveson, No. 49 West l'alk, Ioomn 5, foNWltV TO LUAN Ltianii o'n hirnlture. real stalte or any securities. Montana Chattel Loan Co. Offices No. ao . Clark block. SLI.Mt)NS & iuttlt'll will Ieuatiate a loan for you on teal estate security. Moomrs , e. 3. Slver Ilow block. "Ili.lKVIY 'I' ILOAN In tureiure or anya ecu titles. fEdward Chr.ptamn, oom a, 7y West Broadway. "LAti-N!-- ney to loan at i per ciett; no delay. lall brnthers, No. 48 East broad. way. Itutte, Muntana. 3Tii'lY lu'o LOAN on any 7i iýliFasecurliy. ThIe Devenport Co.. No. ,t5 limilton street. HAIRDRESSING MRS. A. ll fTl ItIlT, liatrdreststing, manl cure, rhllnatollit. No. iSa Wellt Iroadway. MIDWIFE lItOME Io cutuiament. 647 Suthl Maui. 'let. gfy- VI FQR SALE--MISCELLANEOUS litI SALE- First ctlas h.a.k .Ittit and three fine lhlrres at one llquarter ol actual clt. AIdletia It.l, 742, Itutte. TRANSFERS MON'IANA 'litANSi'i't i).. *-ei5tt trans. fer; move, enginies, builers, sales, manclttnery of all kinds; furniture van and storage; pliao derrick for use in ddillcult places; dealers in col andel wood. Telephone sj. O()ice No. ei West IBroadway. W. J. Chrisitle, mnanager. ItINt; \\'il.l)'S 1)IIX or 'phone ton. LOAN OFFICE ljAINc AI lNiS il dliamondl, watchel and jewelry at (;irson's Loan (Office, No. 1at IR. l'ark St. MININ. AI'I'l.l('ALItIN NO. 473,. United States l.and tlOfIe, Helena. Montana, November 5, 193. Notice is hercliy given that Ilenry I.. John. ston and Alltrew J. tinllttn.tn, whtce plstol. Ace adilress is Ilutte, Montana, iand Oliver P. Johnston, whirse pi. rlflihce alddress is 11sa soul., 0tl ,.ina contiy, Mhntan.a have thill day fired their apll,l ,stiuln Ir a patent lor 1it.8 liicar feet, eiving ii lret weaterly and t49,. feet easterly frotn dincovery shalt, of the K.pper M,-one No. 3 l..de Mining Claim, upon whichi c:lainl a nlice ot lintentton to ap ply for a patent was Ip.stied on the ad day ot November, itaJ, situated n itS llmit Valley (unurglnisedl), Mlnig D)istriet, t;ilver hlow county, sllte of Mluntans, detignaited as Stur vey No. 6d,, in thIe ulaunrveyed portion of Flractiional o'l'wnsnip 3 nrlth, angle 7 west, being ncre particularly described as followes Beginlning at the asuttthwet Corner No. e, which is i so (Corner No. I of Slrvey No. 60e0, in lin isa of Survey No. 6003, a -"I on a Irantfl. towlder in place, with a mound of eanrth ulong~,.le, antId muikd i (,6a tor Cortner No. I. Irumi which the seutlliseat corner of Section 17, 'twtt'.Ohipl 3 north, Range 7 west, bears south 75 dgreeI 36 milutesll 44 lecoinds wet., 9370.5 feet, Stit nllnllllilg thlence nolrth a degrees I Ilillutes westl, 173.8 feet; thence Inorth o delgrees 40 minutes east 173 feet; thence south a degreAe Is mlltnutes east, itr feet; thence south 6) degrees 47 minutes west, 187.5 feet to the plice of bIglilning, con. talaing all area ol 0o576 Iere, of which o0.06 seres are in conflict with Survey No. 6004, not claimed, leaving an area of O.5)3 scres claimed. Thell location of tfhis clatsl is of reccrd in the ltecorde'a office of Siivir tltw county, Moan. taina, in Uok "U" of Lude Locations, oi l'agse 46r, 'The nldjnoling clhlm t to thee premises are Survey No,. 5u97, Ktiopper Mouitoin I.ode, on the notthl Survey loo. 60t4, Kopper King No. 3 Lade, on the cast; Siuivy No. 6ool, Kopper Moon l.odc, on the soutl, uand Survey No. 6o0., Koptper Kiing No. a Lode on the west. IFRANK D). MIRACLE, Hegister. Samtuel IliLker, Jr., AttIrury for ApplilcantL. (First P'ublication, November 6, 1so3,) MINLN U AI'IALCALLU Nt. 470,. United States Land Of(ee, HIelens, Montana, October Is, 1t3o. Notice is hereby given that James 1. O'Brien, Anna RIsenratein and the heirs of John Eddy, deceased, whose postuflice address is IButte, Montana, have this day filed their application for a patent fur s49s linear feet, being 746 teet nortil 63 degrees is minutes east and 746 fect south 79 degrees 46 minutes well from discovery shaft of the Cuold tlug Lads mining claim, upon which a notice of intention to apply for a patent was posted on the 13th day of October, t1X3, situated in (unorganized) mining district, Jefferson county, state of Mon. tana, designated as Survey No. 70oJ in lras. tional Township 3 rru,th ofI Range 7 west, be. ing more particularly described as follows, to-wit: llcginning at the northwest Corner No. r, a granite bowlder in place, witnessed by hearing trees and marked "-I*" .7o398 'or Corner No. 1, from wiich 1. P. No. a, Township 3 north, Range 7 west, bears north 26 degrees ta min. utes west, 6413.6 feet; and running thence south 34 degrees 17 minutes cast, 534 feet, thence nortts 74 degrees ao minutes east, 1473 feet; thence north 14 degrees 17 minutes west, 469 feet; thence south 73 degrees 54 minutes west, 7ag feet; thence south y7 degrees 46 minutes west, 746 feet to the place of begin. ning, containing an area of t6.Ja.acres claimed by the above named applicants. "The location of this claim is of record In the County Recorder's office of Jefferson county, Montana, in uook is of Lode Loca. tions, on P.age sig. The adjoining claims to these premises re unknown. VRANK D. MIRACLE, Megister. iamuel Barker, Jr., Attorney for Applicant (First Publication, October t. zso.) NOT'ICE ''O STI.)CKIIULDE.IS. The annual meeting of tile stockholders of the Silver flow National bank of jlutte city, will be held Tuesday, January ta, 19o4, at 4 o'clock p, m., at the banking house of said bank, for the election of a board of directors for the ensuing year, and for voting on amend. ment of the articles of association of said bank relative to changing tile number of directors, and for tile transaction of such other buasness as may come before said meeting. FAYEIT'TE HARRINUTON, Cashier. Butte, Montana, Dec. 3o, 1903. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the stockholders of the First National bank of Butte, will be held at the office of said bank, in Butte, Montana, on T'uesday, January ts, 1904, between the hours of to a. m. and 4 p. in. The object tf the meeting is the election of directors for the ensuing year, and the transaction of any other business which may properly come before the meeting. E. t. WVEtRICK, Cashier, Dated Butte, Montana, December it, t9o3.