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Subocriptions to The azedtte iuiaat be paid at once: o . We have-; notifled. l lubs reibere by tnaIt ma to 1th1i. in 4 pIdittednesato the paper ei d we eriaei to have tbhe accounts paid. The Gazette poitively refuis to I carry subscription accounts, and. we trust that those who find themselves c thus indebted will arrange for a I Sprompt settlement. LOCAL NOTES. From Wednesday's Daily Gazette. Counity Commissioner-elect S. K. Deverill of Laurel is in the city. J. P. Martiny, who has been visit- t ing at .Grand Rapids, Mich., returned yesterday. - J. HL Johnson of Miles City arrived r in the city this morning to attend the E Chapple-Rixon wedding tonight. The Northern Pacific is treating the interior of its passenger depot to a dressing of paint and kalsomine. Miss Hardy, sister of Mrs. Clifton, returned yesterday from the east wqlri .she has been attending school. V. J.. -Griffith of San Francisco, gen eral manager of the Hamburg Insur ance company, is making a visit to Billings. H. D. Arkwright, of the Arkwright Sheep company of Milner, is in the city looking after business affairs. He reports stock -conditions in his sec tion as being in splendid shape. A meeting of the officers of the Yel lowatone Fair association will be held some time. during the next week or ten days to decide upon the dates and make arrangements for, the fall meeting. Captain Nesbit, of the Salvation army, was dismissed yesterday from the pest house. Captain Darrach, Who was 'held in quarantine, was also dis missed, and the quarantine raised from the barracks. Cards have been received announc Ing the marriage of Miss Mary Mar shall to Mr. -Harry Pardee, June 5, at Willow Springs, Kan. .Miss Marshall is well known here, having taught sev eral terms of school in this county. Joe Lamott, a frequenter of the po lice court, will do five days' work on the streets for being drunk. Mike Ryan, a cowboy, was arrested .and tried yesterday for .disturbing the peace and quietude of East Minnesota avenue. -He was found guilty on the evidence of his own witnesses and fined $5. Chas. Spear returned yesterday from Denver, where he went to manage the branding of a large shipment of south ern cattle, which Spear Bros.- were receiving. The cattle have been un loaded during the past few days at Arnold, Wyo., and Lodge Grass and Peritsa, in this" state. Mr. Spear says Colorado is enjoying a wet season also. Henry Johnson, who was arrested Monday for gambling, entered a plea of guilty in Justice Fraser's court yes terday afternoon and was fined $125 and costs,, amounting in all to $129. The county attorney had recommended the minimum fine of $100 if 'Johnson pleaded .guilty, but it seems that be tween Monday, and yesterday after noon Johnson had approached Peter Fergus, the complaining witness, -of tering the ia~ti$50 to get out of town. Learning tep}e 'court assessed an additional ,bi' bf $265. W. J. Youman returned -yesterday from an eastern trip. He -visited the Pan-American exposition, but does not have 'a very exalted opinion of the show. Mr. Youman says many of the buildings are not- completed and the grounds are in- bd condition. The ex .hibits In niany "instances are pretty and complete, that of. the government being especially interesting. The east is having about as much damp weath 'er as Montana. Mrs. Youman, who accompanied her husband east; stopped off in .Chicago. and will not return home for about ten days. From Thursday's Daily Gazette. E. T. Martin, of Cody, is in the city on BOsiness. O. F." Goddard is in Red Lodge at -tending district court. Attorney Geo. H. Simpson, of Col umbus, is in the city to attend dis trict court. The police. court recorded only one plain drunk yesterdiy, and he was diisminLsed on promisirg to leave the city. IE. J. Willis. busin as manager of the Helena Record, ccompanied ~by his wife, was a vis r in the city yesterday. Dr. O. B. Pricket went to Hen yesterday to attend ia meeting oft state board of' osteopatlhs, of ic he is president. - Miss M. Rea Lawrence, one of the teachers of the public schols, has gone to Superior, Nb., to sp~ad the summer visiting relatives a ein. Diphtheria has ma4eits : earance in the home of A. Schmudabthe eldest daughter, Miss Ida, being the one to contract the disease. SThe couhty assessor and his deputy are busy getting the assessmeht book written. up by the first Monday in 4July, at which time it must be turnied over to the beard of coudty coinmis sloners. C. H. Sharp, the railroad contractor, was inthe city yesterday accompanied by his' wife and 'wo children. The qty came in from-Lincoln and were on thelr way t Ciody., Wyo., am 'where Mr. Sharp's drew. is at work. .H1 C. . Lovell, the Wyoming stock man, is in thep-itptrom Kae.; He re- ports everyithig. . loking very pros , erj -.eyfith erIP h. - .~E !Lwa at t1itg-l pt"lniiiai of the:shools of White Bnlphur Spirings. - The repbrt comes fromf Jollet and that section of dliarke's a'orkcountryu that frost. has done ireat damage to fruit' said vegetables. everal frostsr lhy. que dT ing ..t e. .p8Ut We iall Sa0na46t ruining ptepeote of t fruit ciop.. Distric t ourt lid not convene Tues day morning owing to the non-arrivil of ,dge: Loud, who ..,i~= detained at Miles City on coirtr` tihtters;. 'e clerk of the' court was notified yester day that the judge woul. atrtive and convene court this morning. The report comes from Glepdive that that section of the state is being visited by a regular soaker of a rain. The rain started in night before last and up to a late hour last night was still falling. This is the first rain that locality has had in 20 months. J. E. Choisser, a representative citi zen of Forsyth, is in the city on busi ness. Mr. Choisser is erecting a fine saloon building in the capital of Rose bud county. He thinks Forsyth is des tined .to1become quite a town,, especial ly since the creation of Rosebud county. Charles Carthy, a county patient, died at St. Vincent's hospital yester day morning of dropsy. The deceased came to the hospital about two, months ago from the Yellowstone park. He was a man about 55 years of age. He is said to have had two sisters living, but their address could not be learned yesterday by the hospital people. F. A. Hall, who is behind the scheme to get a railroad built into the Cooke City mining district, was in the city last night on his way to Livingston from a trip to Red Lodge. He says there is nothing for publication re I garding the proposition, and that I everything has been given a backset 1 by the Northern Pacific-Burlington deal. I The news has just reached this I city of the sad death of Mrs. Oscar G. Linnabary, at Lovell, Wyo., June 5, death being caused from smallpox. Mrs. Linnabary. will be remembered by many of the Billings people as Miss Eleanor G. Sabin. She was married to Mr. Linnabary at the home of Mr. t and Mrs. S. R. Salsbury in this city 3 a little over a year ago. The de ceased was 21 years of age. There is more or less complaint I from a number of citizens relative to a the petty thieving which is being done e by a crowd of young boys. The boys I are sai4 to be robbing many of the e pretty flower gardens all over the a city, and on one occasion, only a few e nights ago, they were caught in the d act. They are known to the people whose gardens they have molested, a and their parents have been notified. e In case the boys continue the prac 1. tice the police will be asked to take a e hand in the matter. 1- Mrs. Walter Matheson and daughter, ct Miss Winifred, of Helena, passed d through the city yesterday morning en ' route to Cambridge, Mass., where the n latter will take a summer course at Harvard university. Miss Matheson d -was formerly a teacher in the public ia schools of this city, but has been S. teaching in the Helena schools for !5 some time past and has been re-en 9. gaged for another term. Her sister, Id Miss Katie, who has been studying art in in New York for the past two years, e- will join her at Cambridge and also r- take a summer course in art. f- From. Friday's Daily Gazette.' M. Thos. McVay is in the city o bhatsi nness . Miss Blanche Nickey left yester y day for Pease Bottom to visit Miss i Dora Draper. Miss Fay Alderson of Miles City, L who has been in the city for the past Le several -weeks visiting Miss Fay Lo e gan, has gone to Sheridan, Wyo:, near where she will spend the summer. [t A. C, Johnson, vice-president of the et American National bank of Helena h. and a member of the Donovan-McCor. lo mick company of this city, was here It, yesterday, accompanied by C. W. ot Sparr, also of Helena. In Justice Fraser's court yesterday J. C. Woods was fined $25 and costs for assault-in the third degree, com ty mitted upon the person of Fred Tom. bach, who has been employed by A: J it- Gilsdorf. In default of payment the defenidant was committed to the county jail. I- The trustees of the Baptist churcbi have let the contract for the bpse minept of their new church to Petex e Hoe. The-measurements were staked as off yesterday phad Work, will be coin be menced on,the foundation just as soo, as Mr. Hoe can make the necessarw of arrangeinents. by MisS' Mary Adams, who has beer ty seriously ill at the home of Mrs ChBris. Yegen, is reported as improv Sn ing, although slowly. Miss Adams h health has-been rather poorly evei Ssince her arrival in the west and 11 is the hopeof her friends that her re he covery this time may be permanent :a_ Announcement is nmade of the comrn me ieheement exercises of St. Joseph's lb. Academy of St; Paul, which are t ce take place Friday afternooin, June 21 ie Miss.Frances Murphy of this city i: he a, m ber of the griduating class Miss Muiirphy is a graduate of th4 ty Billings public schools of the class o: ok 1900. in E. IH Callister, mention of Wlhoi ed abpointmenit as collector- Pf interna is rq.eaue for this district appeared ii yeterdtay's teiegraphic columns o or, The Gazette, is not a citizen of-th1 ed state, as erroneously 'sent out fron he Washlangton. He belonga to Utah wre whoe he is secretary of the repiubl -ay can state committee. The adlance sheets of the sInsi iK- ance ,Press how .that, i .the p~a re. year, pore thatn obtaa Illion dollar oSi. W paild to Montana beneficiaries- b a. the: hlttinsuraiee companies of th ,n lUt4 States. Cf this sum, $16,43 S* pad yesaideits o$ Orpat J'alb : and $td O to the beneflciaries c R Henry Chiappllaste otthis oit% ns 04, L. Iaerrill the rsSdger attorpe the Isn he city fiior a pe ot a et r route t s'old homei hi. fio~C~.He sayp eesnimptio egg' eft'ho~i·. mie, qt B has causee t ppie a thu laR~Snii 'tri~~mtj time. essionl Wednesday night whbn' three andidates, i tithi persons of Roger ,. Skelly of ColWmabus, W. M.. Pdrvis md Lester Strader Of- tits city ~Were Itted o-out with the essential~ :Which ro to make up Elkship. Mt. Stelly, who "is 'now lansageas ofths Mjttans iandstone company at- Coluiiibus, was -chief clerk ofthe lower hoixai of he late legisiatur; - Superintendent of Public Instruc ion W. W. Welch has issued- a: call or a meeting of the county superln endents to be held at Helena, Au,; st 30 and 81. This will be the first neeting of the kind ever held in the itate. Its object is to bring the super atendents of the state together that ,hey, may discuss plans for a more uniform administration of the schools. Superintendents will be asked to make report showtig the.average percen age by which pupils passed to the igh school and other data that will rade examinations., LARGE SALE OF LANDS. •ver Twenty Thousand Acres. Sold to Yellowstone County Stockmen. One of the largest sates of itllroad lands that has been made, in this city •n some time was closed yesterday by Karl Simmons, land sales agent [or the Northern Pacific company. During the past year or more Mr. Simmons has sold consideirable land for his company to the stockmen of this county, comprising many acres Af fine grazing land. The sale yester day consisted of three blocks, amount in all to 24,003 acres. Among the buyers were D. Fratt and M. F. Trog den, well known stockmen. Some of the land lies in the vicinity of Laurel, while the other is south of the Mus selshell. Several other parties are negotiat in; for land and Mrn Simmons wimd re turn to this city June 18, when he ex pects to close up deals that are now pending. CRIMINALS ARRAIGNED. District Court Convened Yesterday by Judge Loud. Judge C. H. Loud convened dis trict court yesterday. Little was dlone, except the arraignment of de fendants in criminal cases. The fol lowing were arraigned: Geo. Smith, burglary in the second degree; attorney appointed; given tntil today to plead. Bail, $7.50. Myrtle Brown, assault in the first degree; given until today to plead. John Leonard, forgery; given until today to plead. L. A. Wits, attempted rape; given until today to plead. . Chas. Kane and Robert Maxwell, robbery; given until today to plead. Soo Key, assault in the first degree; given until today to plead. Seth Dix, murder in the first degree; given until today to plead. William Kukuro and Chas. Burg, grand larceny; given until today to plead. John Shay, resistihg an offieer. On motion of the county -attorney the court granted plaintiff until June 21 as further time to prepare, serve and file a. bill of exception. This is the case wherein Judge Loud rendered a decision at the last term of court that no officer could arrest a person for a misdemeanor committed during the night time, from the hours of 6 p. m: to 6 a. m., without first having se cured a warrant. The city counCil took up the mnatter, asking the coun ty attorneyl.to appeal the case, as a decision of that kind meant that the officers would have -no jurisdiction over crime committed during the night time. In the case of Myron D. Jeffers vs. Fred Sweetman, an action for debt, default of defendants was entered. Judgment by default for $199.84 with interest and costs was ordered entered for plaintiffs in the case of A. Schilling & Co. vs. Camp Mercantile company. - BIG IDAHO WOOL SALES. Two Million Pounds at Less Than Ten Cents. Sales of wool aggregating 2,000,001 pounds are reported by eastern buy ers at Caldwell and Mountain Home Idaho, according to last Sunday's Salt Lake Tribune. The followinA representatives of Boston firms atr reported as having bought as follows: L. Eismann, 800,000 pounds; J. Pat terson, 400,000; Arthur Dupee, 40,000 James Salter, 70,000; John Johnson 60,000; Alex. Livingston,60,000. Thn prices quoted were 9 to 12 cents. H. 8. Hallet, of Boston, has jusi bought five cars of Soda Springs wool 110,000 pounds, and four cars of woo from the St. Anthony branch at 9' and 11 cents. Soda Springs wool Ii reported this year in good shape, Joseph Strange is reported to hav bought 80,000 pounds of wool at Col linston and 100,000 at Kamema. FIRST WOOL BUYER. Mr. Williamsr, of Boston, Gives Hi. Qpinion on Prices. G. B. Williams, representing Jere miah Williamse & Co., wool buyer and brokers of Boqton, was in th city yesterday on a prospecting tou of the state. He deDartdd for Gres Falls last nighrt ;bt will return her when the .huying season fairly open: Mr. Williama stated .that in hi opinion ,0 and 11 cents .would be th top prices for Montana wool this dSt on. lHe bases his oppilion1on the -su ply In .sight and the demniand pr. pect,, but says, however, that ther '. no .moe wool: lto.ed in Bo. warehousea at the preoent time thfi hi. nUttl at-thia time of year. '-lie sai. s tiht other buyers wii b in Bihlipgs witblh. a few days, and thu qaUick season. Mother buyer for ama & O llhl also be station. here during thle ,sesiq n. "/ ' p J~4-1]B4 S BItLLINGS . .CONTIBUTED. e This City'e Share of the 8panish Ii Ameriasnt, War Expense. On the first day ,of July the ne', internal revenue law goes into effeci and the stamp tax'to which basinesi has been subjected for more than twi years will be greatly modified. Nqarkl all the documents used in daily busi 1 ess tra$isactionf will e exempt trotn tax after that date. After that tim: no stamps will be required on tele graph or telephone messages, bani e checks, bonds, certil.cates of deposit drafts, express receipts, life insuranci policies, leases, mortgages, power o: e attorney, promissory notes. monei 3" orders, protests, warehouse receipts e These are the articles the tax upod 1 which has been directly borne by thi e public. It is said that at the internal yeve nue bureau in Washington 'banl checks- with 2-cent stamps Imprintet thereon are being received in large numbers "for redemption. Qn ans d aftet July 1 no stamps willUbe nece sary and the ..anks of the country 'which are loaded with stamped check d are endeavoring to get rid of the sus Splus stock. It might be a matter of interest . y the people of this city to know wha they have contributed toward the we fund in the' way of the revenue oi : stamped checks etc. The banks alon have handled over $10,000 in stamps Of course, this dogs not include to revenue derived from express an railroad business, which would prol e ably amount to a couple of thousan dollars more. In addition to this th g Billings Brewing company -has pal 1 $4,814 toward the fund. s- UPERINTENDENT'S REPORT. e- Concerning Data of the Billings Pul x-tic Schools. H. M. Brayton, superintendent c the city public schools, makes tb following report of the school wor for the past year, from September 1' IY 1900, to June 7, 1901: Whole number scholars enrolle during term, 712. is- Whole number scholars enrolle as in high school, 67. e- Whole number of days actuall )l- taught, 172. Average number actually belongin; id 606. ?n Average daily attendance, 564. Percentage of attendance, 957. st Total number of days attendanc 92785. til Total number of days absent, 352 Total number between 8 and 14 a n tending school, 444. Total number from other districi 11, attending school, 19. A. Number of rooms and teachers I e; school, 17. Date of teacher taking charge 4 e; school, September 17. Date of closing tem - of schoc ^g, June 7. to Monthly salary of teachers, $1,288 Number of school visits by scho )n trustee, 39. he Number of school visits by coun' 21 superintendent, 22. ad Number of school visits by oth, he parties, 585. a Volumes bought for it last ye! iat about 450. he What: She Would Have.---"For I m. stance, Johnnie," said the teacher se- the bright boy of the arithmetic clan Mil "suppose your father had' a hundr! n- dollars and gave your .mother flti a then borrowed ten from her-wh he would she have?" on "She'd have a sore hand." he "What do you mean?" "He'd have to cut the money loo 8* from her fingers."-Baltimore Ame bt, can. .84 A country servant was given a tic *ed et by her mistress for a local cc A. cert, She arrived home rather lal le and was questioned by her mistre on the matter. "I came away before 'twas over she replied, "and they were hurryit it on 'cause they were singing two a time when I left."-Tlt-Bits. Old Joke Over Again.--"Did y ever hear that George Washingt 100 had an impediment in his speech?" "y- "Why no; did he?" ne, "Well, they say he couldn't tell y's lie."-Philadelphia Evening Bullet: ing re Weather. SWashington, June 13.-Montan SShowers Friday and Saturday; w to northwest winds. e IN THE MARTS OF TRADLE. ist ol, Record Showing Day's c;ommere 0o and Financial Fluctuatiens. Live Stock. ye Chicago, June 13.---Cattle: Receip ol- 9,500, including 600 Texans. Choi steers, about steady, others wem Similar conditions for butchers' stel and Texans; top, 86.25. ,, Good " prime steers, $5.46(w6.h5; poor ie medium, $email@example.com; stockers a feeders, choice steady, others si $4.00(4.85; cows, $firstname.lastname@example.org; heife $email@example.com; canners, $firstname.lastname@example.org re- bulls, slow at $email@example.com; calv firstname.lastname@example.org; Texas fed steers, sales tO $4.85,' 84,email@example.com; Texas . bu U$F.75,.3.75. Sheep--11ceipts. 10,000. Sheep a re lambs, steay. Spring lambs up i $5.70. Good to choice wethers, '$1 @5.00; fair to choice mixed, $4.6' 4.95: western 'sheep, $4,85@5.: yrlings, firstname.lastname@example.org; native lam ap $4.005.00; western lambs, $4.6( .han New Yo0k Money, ..New prk, Juoe. 18.-Money on a Ssteadya 2%1 @3 per cent; last lI - Peorl. mercantile paper, s%@ per cent. I p e p, L certflicates, 60c. Bai' siter, 59 5-8c. :: -xicac dollars, 41de. til- Grouinds for Buspicion.--Bank iop rector: "What reasons have you Ssspecting that the cashier's aceo, ie,; ae eronked 7' The season is here .fog i: nics and kodaks. The * nic is not completer wi*t the kodak. See our s of kodaks, all Eastmans, so of courseI guaranteed. Cards in all styles, all kinds of Chemicals and Devel opers for the kodaker's use. CHAPPLE DRUG CO. Corner lontana Ave. and 28th St. IT IS BUT A CUCKOO SONG. 5. ei Peace in South Africa as Sung t bd b Englishmen. Ld New York, June 13.-"Peace i ie South Africa," says the London cc Id respondent of the Tribune, "is sti a cuckoo song, although the cuckoo come from many quarters. The fir effective peacemaker is probably ti wife of the commander-in-chief, wl b. has concealed her work in Iand and baffled the most enterprisih news gatherers. While there is i of authentic information it is general le believed that she has delivered rk Lord Milner or to Mr. Chamberla some message from General · Botl and other Boer leaders and that N ,d Kruger has also been consulted. "South African rumors respectil :d an exchange of cable communicatioi between the Boer leaders and N ly Kruger are less creditable. The sat render of a small commando at Pi! ,g, ersburg is encouraging the optimis to hope that the end is close at ham The judgment of the more expe enced South Africans is that the w e will drag along for several mont and that the only result of prematu 6. peace negotiations will be the rene t- al of Boer agitation in England." ts TO MEET IRISH CHAMPION. in Alfred J. Kraenslein to Take Part of English Contest. ol, New York, June 13.-Alfred Kraenslein, a former student at t University of Pennsylvania, and t 0ol greatest athlete in the world, sail for London on the steamship Serv qty His intention in visiting the Briti Isles is to compete -for the seco er time in the English championsl sports which are to be held eai next moelth. His .showing on t mark in the broad jump will watched with interest on both sid of the water as he will meet P. O'C< nor, the Irish champion, who is cently reported to . have broken es records, with a leap of 24 feet, ed inches. O'Connor finished second ty, Kraenslein in the English champit ships last year. Baseball. Ise National league-Cincinnati, ,ri- Philadelphia, 8. Chicago, 7; N, York, 5. St. Louis, _5; Brooklyn, Pittsburg, 6; Boston, 2. ck- American league-Philadelphia, on- Milwaukee, 0. Boston, 6; Detroit, te, Baltimore, 0; Chicago, 12. Washil ass ton-Cleveland, rain. Western league-St. Paul, 15; D r," Moines, 1. Minneapolis, 1; Omal ng 2. Colorado Springs, 5; Kansas Ci at 3. Denver, 7; St. Joseph, 11. "The Sons of the Father,"etc rou Tommy,(studying his lessons)-I a ton pa. where does the Merrimac ri and into what sea' does it empty? Pa-I don't know, my son. a Tommy-You don't know, eh? A in. tomorrow the teacher will lick me account of your ignorance.--Harl Life. est Murine eye remedies demonst, ed and "Ezy-Spex" fitted without a ing a question. Dr. Madden of Chi go now at the Driscoll. 236-t ilat BURLINGTON TRAINS. DBPA] Pa, ssengh o. 42, E. bound...... 11:0 p. Freigh No. 46, " "..... 10.0 a. ak. Aarl 10k Passenger No. 41. W. bound.......1:55 a. to Freight No. 45. " " .......6:00 a to J. L. HARRINGTON. Agen Lnd ow,- ers, NORTHERN P &OIFIO TRAIN 65; s, ABRRIVB.- DPPA up No. , west bound..........10:4a. m. 10:52: lls, No, 8, west bound.......... 1:45 of. . _.2:25 No. 4, east bound......1....ll:0p. m. 12)011 and No, 2, east bound.......... 800 a. m. 8:10 1 to RED LODGE BRANCH. 3.85 ARBIVPs. DPIP 0@ Aeoummodatian ......... 5:10 p. m. - 6.8O0 10; Dsilj Ezoept Sunday ibs, GEBO & BRIDGER BRANCH. 00 i RIVXS. PaPA Accommodtion........... 4:0 a. m. 9:00s Daily except Sundiry. -H. N. KENNEDY. Agei an, -BiLLINGS POSTOFFP.1 . G4 eneral Delivery... 8:,0 a. in. to 7.'00 Sundays........... 9 9:00a. n. to10e:_ Money OrderDept.. 8'00 sa. in. to :80 : "Train No,-l-Westerh........... 9:00, p1- Train No. --Eastern........... 68)0 for Treira No. 4-Burlngio ... ... 8.00i inta FZ~iU 2o-1'Re4I~i~~._45ln~e~eutt.,, SECRET SOCIETIE8. tLDEMAR COMMANDERY No. , ., 1 Meets second Thursday in each mo t Masonic hall. ILLINGS CHAPTER No. 6, BR. A. Meets first Wednesday in each t Masonic hall. BHLAR LODGE No. 29, A. F. & A. Meets first and tuird Thursday in .onth at Masonic hall. IDNA CHAPTER No. 15, O. E. S. Ssecond and fourth Tuesday in e nonth at Masonic h A. BILLINGS LODGE No. 894 4.0 SMeets second and fourth W* ~ed y each month at Masonic hall. BILLINGS STAR LODGE No. 41, I. 0 O. F.-Meets every Monday in Smit call. EUREKA LODGE No. 69, I ". O... Meets every Friday in Williams hall.. LITTLE HORN ENOAMPMENT No. 1 I. O. O. F.-Meets second and foui Saturday in each month at Smith hall. rELDA LODGE No. 14, D. of R.-Mee second and fourth Tuesday in nonth at Smith hall RATHBONE LODGE No. 28, K. of P. Meets every Friday atSmith hall. BILLINGS CAMP No. 6269 M. W. A Meets every Tuesday at Williams hall CAMP No. 1964, S. N. of A.-Meets firs ahd third Wednesday in each month A Williams hall. . BILNGS CAMP No. 28, W.. of Meets second..and fourth Thursday each month at Smith hall. MAGIC CIRCLE No. 169, Women of Wo eraft.-Meets first and third Satg in each month at Smith hall. YELLOWSTONE CASTLE No. 189, al Highlanders.-Meets first and thi Tuesda yin each month at Smith hall. TELLOWS'TiONE LODGE No.. 24 A. - U. W.-Meets second and fourth Wed needay in each month at Smith hall. UIZPAH LODGE No. 29, D. of H--M first and third Wednesday in e month at Smith hall. BILLINGS TENT No. 15, K. O. T. M. Meets every Monday in Williamsn Realty Specials. $800 "S and two lots. 5D 0 Cash, balance on $ secures four-roomn dwelling and two lots. Price $110U. 30 l0 Cash, balance on tif W UPl FF buys three-room hous two lots, improvements. Price $675; dl Buys six-roomhousa120-= 2O -- .'Uthree lots. $r1250 cures~ oo lots on the installment plan. S510 Lb Secures an elegat 3500 home, modern ai proverents. T. J. BOUTON. No. 3, Belknap Block. MAKE WAY FOR The advan~eoftbcinp and smnnegouiii4 there's a i '1inc adelb,#s1i