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IETANA
1.M, n's Chrome Tanned Kid con
to the foot; Is easy and durable;
Slinke patent leather,
,ATrue Sayi ng
T -Was of Life
b hle touh a Un m pleasant to a man
who les the mlomortune to be badly fit.
t4n with shoes. The Hanned hoe fit
to withe oot;nd they are kind to the
ieet in every sense. In appearance also
FOATr ALE BY
MW e ISSOULApent to man
Sthe OUA. MON ly
He Will Aeeept the Call.
Mimoula, Feb. 12.-Rev. R. H. Sawyer
hSas received by mail from Oakland, the
call to the pulpit of the Christian
church of that city, which was men
tioned this week in the special dis
patlesa of the Standard. Mr. Sawyer
stated to-day to a Standard reporter
that he had decided to accept the call
and that he expects to leave Missoula
about Feb. 21. He will enter upon his
duties in the new field the last of the
month. During his residence in Mis
soula Mr. Sawyer has made many
friends, who will be pleased to learn
of his call to this larger field, while
they will regret exceedingly that he Is
not to remain in Missoula. On Sunday
evening Mr. Sawyer's discourse will be
upon the theme "The Monster or the
Man," suggested by the recent promi
nence that has been given "Dr. Jekyll
and Mr. Hyde."
Suicide or Accident.
Missoula, Feb. 12.-Guests at the
Northern Pacific restaurant were some
what alarmed about 4 o'clock this
morning by a report of a gun. Investi
gation revealed the fact that a female
guest of the house, Mrs. Dunn. had a
hole through her left arm and a revol
ver by her side with one chamber emp
ty. It is not known whether or not she
attempted suicide. Some of her friends
claim that she was cleaning the revol.
ver and that It was accidentally dis
charged, but 4 o'clock in the morning is
a queer time to clean a gun. If it was
an attempt at suicide Mrs. Dunn is a
mighty poor shot.
At the Gem.
The announcement of the Gem con
cert hall for the coming week shows
that the show will be a hummer. Miss
racy and Miss Riggs, two new and
rillliant stars, will make their initial
appearance in the city and they will re
ceive a warm welcome. Mr. Cleveland,
a noted tenor soloist, will also appear
for the first time this week. Beside
this list there will be all of the old
favorites In new acts. The comedy.
"Summer Boarders." will be produced
each night during the week. Popular
prices.
Everybody Says So.
Casearets Candy Cathartic, the most wonderful
Smedial disovery of the age, plesanut and cc
f_eslsg the taste, et gently and positively oil
the 1 liver and bowels, elhansnag the entire
sstem, ipl eolde, ears headaches, fver, habit.
msl leessptiotasd biiounuees. Please buy and
e La bas of C.. C. to day; 10, 25, 50 cents.
l Misad guarasteed to cuare by all druggists.
The Rig Wrecked.
Miesoula, Feb. 12.-William Esmay
ead A. B. Chadwick, while returning
from the Upper Blackfoot. where they
had furnished the music for a ball,
drove over the first grade above Bon
aer and their rig was badly wrecked.
The horses were somewhat cut up but
lot seriously injured. The men were
not hurt beyond a shaking up.
Use only one heap
ing teaspoonful of
Schilling's Best Bak
ing Powder to a
quart of flour.
You must use tw teaspoonfuls of other b.,kiJ powdcr.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT
Tbh Ver-e-Drinkwine Case a
Family Disagreement.
VERDICT FOR DEFENDANTS
The JSry Thought the Old Folks Had
wO0 the Best of the Oase--trTal of
John Rouseey of the Wilson
Gang of Thieves.
MNsoula, Feb. 12--It was so late last
night when the arguments were con
cluded in, the Vesey-Drlnkwine case
that Judge Woody postponed giving
his instructions to the jury till this
morning. It was about 10 o'clock when
the jury finally retired, and there was
much speculation as to what the ver
dict would be. The Vesey side of the
case had set up a clPim of $6,400 against
the Drinkwines, and the latter had de
nied any indebtedness whatever, and
had claimed a balance due them of
$2,600. The whole case was a family
disagreement of the biggest kind.
There was no doubt in the minds of
most of these who had followed the
case that each claimant had furnished
the material and had rendered the ser
vices claimed, but there was no doubt;
either, that at the time the services
were rendered and the material fur
nished neither side had any intention of
charging for the same.
The relations between the Veseys
and the parents of Mrs. Vesey at the
time were friendly, and it was not until
these relations became upset and hos
tilties were inaugurated that the
thought of making charges occurred to
any one of the family. When the
charging began there was a lot of it.
The transactions Involved had extend
ed over a period of 10 years, and had
been varied in their nature. The to
tal of the amount of supplies that had
been furnished to the Drinkwines by
their son-in-law reached $6,400 when it
was all listed. Then the Drinkwines
began to figure that their daughter,
Mrs. Vesey, had spent considerable
time at their ranch home, and it oc
curred to them that if there was any
charging to be done, they might as well
do some of it themselves. So they
charged for the board of their daugh
ter and for other little services that
they had rendered. When they had
finlshed their figuring, they found that
the Veseys were indebted to them to
the tune of $2,600. That was the way
that the case had been presented.
There were all sorts of wild guesses
at the verdict, ranging from $5,000 one
way to $2,000 the other. The jury was
not out more than three hours before
a verdict was reached. It was the
opinion of jurors as recorded in their
verdict that the old folks had the best
of the transactions, and that it would
take $500 from them to square the ac
count. So they found in that amount
for the plaintiff, and the pleasant val
ley of Plains will have a quiet time for
a while till some other sensation is
sprung down there.
At the morning session of court the
trial of John Roussey, one of the al
leged members of the Wilson gang of
thieves, was begun. A jury was se
cured without much trouble and the
case was given to the jury at the night
session. A. J. Violette and C. H. Hall
defended Roussey, and their line of de
fense was the proof of an alibi, in sup
port of which they offered considerable
testimony. The state's most important
witnesses were Wilson, the leader of
the gang, and his wife. Wilson con
fessed to his guilt and entered a plea
of guilty to the charge of burglary.
His testimony and that of his wife
to-day implicated Roussey in the rob
bery of the Deschamps ranch and the
jury has some conflicting statements
on its hands. The trial of Parks, the
other supposed member of the gang,
will begin Monday.
The jury in the Roussey case re
turned a verdict at 11:30, finding him
guilty of burglary in the second degree
and fixing his punishment at six
months' imprisonment in the state pen
itentiary.
Judge Woody has granted divorces
to It. H. Case from Nethellyn Case and
to Isaac Lungrell from Hattie Lun
grell. In neither case was there an ap
pearance of the defendant. The
grounds in each case were desertion.
A tlne to the Coeur d'Alenes.
Missoula. Feb. 12.-The Rocky Moun
tain Bell Telephone company is assem
bling material for its new metallic cir
cuit from here to the Coeur d'Alene
country. As soon as the spring- weath
er is settled three large construction
gangs will be put on the line and its
construction will be rushed as rapidly
as possible. This line will connect
with the Western linets of the com
pany and will connect Missoula with
Spokane and other Washington cities.
Starting the Huda.
Missoula. Feb. 12.-Reports from all
of the fruit producing valleys are that
the warm weather is starting the buds
on the trees and it is feared that the
orchards will he seriously injured by
the frosts that may reasonably be ex
plected any time. Unless the weather
gets cooler soon, fruitmen predict that
the injury to the orchards will he very
grave. The frost is nearly out of the
ground all over the valley and the fears
of the orchard men seem to be well
grounded.
At the Hotels.
The Florence-J. F. O'Nelll. Flathead
agency; M. A. Enstein. Seattle; Rich
ard Bustud, Chicago: Carl tlreenhood.
city; Lee Kohn. city: J. W. Ialley.,
Helena; W. W. Duffield. Garnet: Chas.
A. Peplow. Bonner: A. J Aiston. Hel
ena; W. H. Coats. Detroit; John Hyrno,.
Butte: J. S. Hackley. ulousville; E. E.
Goodnet. St. Paul: Edward Orafenet
ter, New York; George C. (atlett. San
'ranedso; HIL . Rooklitge, Chicago.
At the Rankin-W. T. Adair, E. O.
Hageman, Hamilton; Mrs. Cameron,
Coloma: Ed. cNeemey. Florence;
Howard D. Smart. Stevensville;
Charles enach, Bonner; Eli Williams,
Frank. O, ride, city; G. W. Payne,
Corvallis; Mrs. Tremblay, Mrs. Nel
son. Frenebtown; William Boyd,Wood
worth; T. F. Stevenson. Boseman; Y.
Stanalberg. Lo Lo; C. E. M. Bean,
Charles Hodgson, Bonner.
MISSOULA NOTES.
T. F. Stevenson of Boseman is in Mis
soula.
J. F. Barrington of Coloma is in
town.
G. W. Payne of Corvallis is registered
at the Rankln.
J. F. O'Neill came down from the
Flathead agency last night.
John Byrne of Butte returned to-day
from a trip up the Bitter Root.
W. A. Duflleld came down from Gar
net yesterday on a business trip.
Carl Greenhood has returned from a
business trip through the county.
Charles A. Peplow of the Bonner
flouring mills, was in town to-day.
W. T. Adair and E. 0. Hageman of
Hamilton are registered at the Rankin.
A. J. Seligman of Helena came in this
noon and remained in town for a few
hours.
F. T. Sterling left this morning for a
week's trip through the Coeur d'Alene
country.
Howard D. Smart, assessor of Rar
alli county. came down from Stevens
ville yesterday.
Allan Fowler, the mayor of Saltese, is
in town making purchases for his mer
cantile emporium.
H. E. Chaney and brother, George W.
Chaney, returned to-day from a trip to
Butte, where they have been for two
days..
Harry Stewart left this morning for
Mullan, where he will manage the gro
cery department of Greenough Broth
ers' store.
H. W. Murphy returned this noon
from a trip through Eastern Montana
and went up to Hamilton on the Bitter
Root train.
Mrs. Mary Ronan is in town from the
reservation. Mrs. Ronan will probably
move with her family to this city to
reside in the near future.
W. V. Tompkins, E. S. Hathaway
and R. T. Rombaur of the mineral land
commission, are in the city again after
a trip through the country beyond St.
Regis..
William Beacom has the frame raised
of a handsome 10-room residence in
South Missoula. The house will be one
of the handsomest in town when com
pleted.
The visiting Knight Templars, who
took part in the exemplification work
before Saint Omer lodge last night, re
turned to their homes on the eastbound
train to-night.
John Maguire has done the handsome
thing for the Missoula Knights of Py
thias. Finding that his Missoula dates
conflicted with the arrangements of the
Knights for their anniversary enter
tainment, he last night telegraphed to
Tyler Thompson that he would cancel
his engagement with the "Bachelor's
Honeymoon" company for Missoula
and leave the date open for the Knights
of Pythias.
A Promising Outlook.
Missoula, Feb. 12.-Information re
ceived from Saltese is that the recent
discovery in the LeRoi mine is turning
out even bett4r than was at first pre
dicted. Thres shifts are now being
worked and' the outlook is very prom
ising. Other properties on the same
vein are being developed and as soon
as spring opens there will be a large
number of men put to work in the dis
trict.
SECRET IS WELL GUARDED.
Salesmen of Jewels Conceal Their Call.
lugs From Public.
From the Chicago Chronicle.
How do the traveling salesmen of
the great diamond and Jewelry houses
protect the valuable samples which
they carry around the country con
stantly, cases of diamonds and Jewelry
sometimes aggregating $50,000 in value?
How do they guard against robbery
on railroad trains and in hotels in the
small cities and towns they are obliged
to "make" while on their trips?
These are the questions which the
managers of the diamond firms and
which the Pinkerton detective agency
refuse to aswer. They assert briefly
that an exposition of the safeguards
thrown around diamond salesmen and
of the system employed to prevent
robbery and to capture thieves when
the prevention proves inadequate would
open the door to hold-ups and robber
ies of salesmen all over the country
and set at naught the system which has
been perfected by years of work and
trouble. The men who represent the
big jewelry firms of the country carry
with them on all their trips valuable
gems which are the especial prey of
thieves, since they can be so easily
converted into cash. Diamonds,
watches and rings aggregating $15,000
to $50,000 in value are being constantly
transported around the country in sam
ple cases, shown to customers in coun
try towns, kept in hotels over night,
and it would seem exposed all the time
to the hands of the despoiler. Yet
reports of robberies of salesmen are sel
dom heard. It Is not often that one
of the men entrusted with these valu
ables is waylaid and assaulted or that
a sample case is "lifted" with its store
of jewels.
All of the principal jewelers of the
country belong to one of two associa
tions, the wholesalers being allied In
the Jewelers' Protective union and the
retailers forming the Jewelers' Secur
ity alliance, both of which have head
quarters in New York. For mutual pro
teetion and that the ferreting out of
crime may be made easier they are
thus organized and the Pinkerton de
tective agency does their detective
work. \What the system is the jewelers
forming the union do not know. It is
known alone to the management of
the William Pinkerton detective
agency.
When a salesman is robbed any
wht re in the country his firm at once
notifies the headquarters of the pro
tective union and the machinery of
the agency is set to work to recover the
property and capture the thieves
VcWhen that is accoml,tlished. as it is in
a mi.'jotrity of cases. the firm is noti
flied of the result through the union
headquarters, but ni, dta:iled relortl
of how it i. a done is nlli, i, the tirzil
n','i int.ersted. Thai : it,. of the
i',',is of th,' ,t-ic'tiix , .
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Kidney and Bladder Troubles Quickly Cured.
You May Have a Sample Bottle of the Gnat Diszovwry,
Dr. Kiklnr's Swam]-Root, Sent Ptse by Mali.
Mtea na women doctor their troubles
so ofttM without benefit, that they get
dlscur and skeptical. In most
such ease serious mistakes are made
in dotorlag and in not knowing what
our trouble is or what makes us sick.
The unmistakable evidences of kidney
trouble are pain or dull ache in the
back. too frequent desire to pass water,
scanty supply, smarting irritation. As
kidney disease advances the face looks
sallow or pale, puffs or dark circles un
der the eyes, feet swell and sometimes
the heart acts badly. Should further
evidence be needed to and out the
cause of sickness, then set urine aside
for twenty-four hours; if there iL a
sediment or 9 ttllng It is also convinc
Ing proof that our kidneys and bladder
need doctoring. A fact often over
looked, is that women suffer as much
from kidney and bladder trouble as
men do..
Dr. KIClmer's Swamp-Root is the dis
covery of the eminent physician and
scientist and is not recommended for
everything. but will be found Just what
Watched and followed from one town]
to another when he has beef'.. en dis
playing diamonds to a customer lid ifidl
wares are taken from him by 'f6rce.
But Superintendent Murray of the Pin
kerton agency had to think a long while
before he could recall a case of recent
occurrence. That was an accident in
Iowa where thieves assaulted and
robbed a drummer and got away with
his samples, but they were captured and
all the goods were recovered. A rob.
bery of like nature occurred at the
Palmer house in this city a few years
ago in which the thief got $28,000 worth
of jewelry, but he, too, was captured.
Expert diamond thieves as a rule are
known to the detectives. A robbery of
this nature would not be underfaken by
a novice and it requires a smart man
to entice the salesman to a place where
he can be slugged and robbed under
pretense of introducing a customer or
something of the sort. Therefore when
a diamond robbery is reported the de
tective agency, having a knowledge of
the whereabouts of the men most lia
ble to suspicion, whether in jail or out
of it, have a "line" on whom to go after,
and they usually land their man. All
the work, so far as the firm sustaining
the loss is concerned, is conducted
through the union headquarters in New
York, every jeweler in the association
standing his pro rata of the cost, since
an injury to one is the concern of all.
A diamond salesman, of course, is
obliged to exercise considerable caution
in the display of his goods and does not
go out of his way to explain to hotel
loungers that he has $20.000 worth of
goods in his possession. But the arti
fices resorted to by the employes of vari
ous houses to conceal the identity of
their samples are matters which the
jewelers consider the general public has
no right to know, and especially (hat
portion of the public which looks lightly
upon the commandment, "Thou shalt
not covet thy neighbor's goods."
Western
Montana National Bank
OF MISSOULA, MONT.
'red Kennett ...............President
T. H. T. Ryan............Vice President
0. A. Wolf.......................Casher
Capital ........... $75,000
Surplus and Profits 15,000
S'LT'D O ARt& I RUoi
BIlssortA, MONTANA.
Real Estate--City and Country.
FOR SALE TEN A RES, $800; 40 ACRES,
$1,350, near Missoula; 160 acres in itter
Root, $3,000: 160 acres, 20 miles from Missoula,
$3,000; 400 acres, six miles from Missoula. a
pe fret home, well quipped for spring work.
Write to us for deseriptlonu of above and other
property
CHARLES EMSLEY,
Scientific and
Decorati ve
. Tax dermy
Missoula. Mont.
If you are
going east
and want to know what the trip will
cost. when you will reach your desti
nation and why you should take the
Burlington Route to Omaha, Chicago,
Kansas City. St. Louis or ANY OTH
ER eastern or southern city, write to
PHIL DANIEISB. Passenger Agent,
35 Ent BIroadway. Butte. Mont.
Short Line
Oregon Short Line Railroad. Inter
Mlounttain Route. Only direct line to Cal
ifornia. Utah and Colorado. Pullman
Sh it.a rss and free comfortable recllo.ng
Chair Cars.
TRAIN ARRIVES AT BU'TTE.
No. 7 arrives at M. 1U. depot
daily .........................1. .:45 p m
TItAIN LEPAiTS IF'ROM BUTTE.
No. ,s. trm .11. t'. t~uot dally at.. 4:01 p m
Arrt\ a .It : : l.;aike L........... a:; i m
S..nis F 'at t'tso. S :17 p. m. second day
out
i-',rtlati. 7 l' a. m. secot 'd day out.
a , t. t. " § m . , ctond day out.
r.s" t . ; . t a, tith RI, hllttIn e
1. tI .,tl S ltith rtn Pt ic.i li t t sgdl.
Agi.;;. La~l Glak. i . .
is needed la cases of kidney and blad
der disorde*r or troubles due to weak
kidneys, such ma enatrrh of the bladder,
gravel, rheumatn ma and Bright's dis
ease, which is the worst form of kidney
trouble. It corrects inability to hold
urine and smarting in passing it, and
promptly overcomes that unpleasant
necessity of being compelled to get up
many times during the night.
The mild and extraordinary effect of
this great remedy is soon realised. It
stands the highest for its wonderful
cures. Sold by druggists, price fifty
cents and one dollar. So universally
successful is Swamp-Root in quickly
curing even the most distressing cases,
that to prove its wonderful. merit you
may have a sample bottle and a book
of valuable information, both sent ab
solutely free by mail, upon receipt of
three two-cent stamps to cover cost of
postage on the bottle. Mention the An
aconda Sunday Standard and send your
address to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bing
hamton, N. Y. .This generous offer ap
pearing in this paper is a guarantee of
genuineness.
otther ood Ila jmse Wreng.
Got the Klondike fever; has his dogs
trained and is ready to start any mo
ment. His birthright goes for a mess of
pottage; his ranch (a small one), of three
lots, with good warm house, stable, a No.
1 chicken house, warmest hog breeding
pens in Montana, good title, close to
town; price, $200. Will also sell 7 or 8 good
brood sows with a number of shoats and
some fat hogs and about 50 fine breed of
chickens. Don't talk to me about the
glory of farm life if you don't say this
proposition is good.
I will sell the furniture in an U-t'oom
house, well out East, for 8175.
GIVEN AWAY.
Some folks give away pianos. I will
sell you a first-class upright piano for
$500, and I will give you all tue furniture
in a 7-room house. 3 full oak b droom
suites, 1 folding bed, with French plate
glass 2x4 feet, 3 hair mattresses, carpets,
bedding, and, In fact, all the furniture in
the house, and it is all up to date.
I am a little out from the bus ness cen
ter, but I keep a horse and buggy to ac
commodate my customers. Packing and
storing of furniture a specialty.
FOR RENT.
11-room furnished house on Jefferson
at.. $40.
18-room hotel, Arizona st., furnished
complete, $100.
W. E. LADD, 423 Colorado Street, Butte.
WANT ADVS.
Advertisements under this head 2 cents
a word for the first insertion and 1 cent a
word for each subsequent insertion. No
advts. taken for less than 25 cents.
Classified advs. per line per month... .1.25
(Count 6 words to the line.)
WANTED-HELP.
PEOPLE'S EMPLOYMENT BUREAU,
'phone 205. Wanted, girl for d:ning and
chamber work for hotel in country.
Wanted, a few family cooks. People's of
fice, in Owsley block, Butte.
ENERGETIC SALESMAN, SCHOOL
supplies, country work; $100 salary and
liberal additional commissions. R. O. Ev
ans & Co., Chicago.
WANTED-12 EXPERIENCED TIE
makers: good timber: three months' job.
Inquire Dubey's ranch, Willow creek.
near Anaconda.
~VANTED-MEN AND WOMEN TO
work at home. I pay $S to $16 per week
for making crayon portraits, new pat
ent method; any one who can read cr
write can do the work at home, In ',are
time, day or evening. Send for partlcu
lars address H. A. Gripp. German Artist,
Tyrone, Pa.
WANTED-WOMAN FOR HOUSE
work. 213 Maple st., Anaconda.
WANTED - SAND ROLLER FIRE
brick molder; must be experienced. In.
quire at office Great Falls Fire Brick Co.,
Great Falls.
WANTED--A) ENT.
AGENTS FOR OUR NEW MAGIC GAS
light burner: fits all kerosene lamps and
produces brilliant gaslight; no chimney.
wick or smoke: lightning seller: agent's
outfit free; beware of parties advertising
imitations: we are sole manufacturers.
National Brass Co., 1,180 Broadway, New
York.
WANTEID-SITUATION3.
WANTED-SITUATION BY EXPERI
enced saleslady. L., Butte office, Stand
ard.
WANTED-PLAIN SEWING. CALL AT
415 Cherry. Anaconda.
WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED-TO BORROW X500; CHANCE
to make big interest. M., Standard,
Butte.
I(LONDIKE-IF YOU ARE SURELY
going to Klondike, our business proposi
tion will interest you; exceptional oppor
tunity; send references and stamps for
particulars. Sears & Co., Chemists, Sioux
City. Ia.
FOR RENT-ROOJIS.
THREE UNFURNISHED HOUISE
keeping rooms; also 2 well-furnished
housekeeping rooms;: bath and all mod
ern conveniences. 435 S. Ohio, Butte.
FOR RENT-THREE HOUSEKEEP
ing rooms, furnished or unfurnished,
with use of bath. Call 217 B. Arizsona st.,
Butte.
FOR RENT-ROOMS IN LEYSON
block by day or month; free baths.
TWO GENTLEMEN CAN GET A NICE
ly furnished room and good table board
close in for $6 each. See Hedrick, Joyce's
barber shop, Butte.
FOR RENT-2 FURNISHED ROOMS
for light housekeeping. 212 Shields ave..
Butte.
NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS,
electric lights and bath. 249 and 251 E.
Granite. Butte.
NICIEIY FLURNISHED ROOMS. 67 E.
Park. IButte.
IF YOUL WU ANT A FURN1SHED ROOM
go to the Mantle block. 16 W. Broadway.
ni ar ope'ra house. Butte.
FOR RENT .- FIINE FURNISH-IED
rooms in G. & (1. bilock. corner Maln
and \\W. Mer ury at.. ;utte.
,ille.nti*- .. - 'n' suit. for Ight house
k. *l'pl:g " N. W\.-h ugton. Butte.
Ft tt RE it PN - N FWV L.Y Ut'" fNISI F!t
ro nms; h ,tl . i ,.ir:'c light anld bath. :T;
I''RNISSIitI itlOilS t2.7.0tER lWEEN
and ul,. St. Chairlh. 3a.N. M.Nin lDuttr.
N OR or M46 4M-M00 1e *lAM
Shao.s. as. Iahe t.. St.
FOB RZaW1~ -CNe.A, sB-aoomi, a I
-seas hdesevn Inake. 9 ares aS.,
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plo at; intdew wera uaeaee Ia5ll at
- Chrs7 *t., 6- i
seequest 1 o.eusa evesleness. Ia
uasre a Sts.5etat ees. Butte
No. 1S? D. Park ave., Anaconda. Apply
atl 06
OS SALEM SAL EKRATE.
.750 BUYS A -ROOM BRICK 1OUB ;
choice location, West side; connected
with sewer: bath, hot water, etc. yoder
a Jackman, s U1. Broadway, Butte.
DON'T R  'I8 UNLESS TOU ARE
interested in real estate. C.oice corner
lot on W. Broadway, worth b00: our
price, $400. Inside lot on W. Broadway,
worth $500; as0 takes It. Lot on Main at.
that other dealers would ask 8600 for we
will sell for 8875.
A few desirable warehouse lots on Mon
tana Union and B., A. & P. R. R. trom
350- up.
If you want an investment see this
property. Brick tenement house renting
for $75 per month, going for $2750.
Lot near Montana Union for 150.
Cobban Loan & Realty Co., U W. Gran
ite at., Butte.
FOR SALE-HOUSE AND N Ai
sin, $300 cash. Inquire G. P. Selpes.
Butte.
SEVENTEEN-ROOM HOUSE, NEW
brick, new furniture, heart of Butte
city, house full; price, $1,000; no agents.
S., Standard. Butte.
FOR SALE-RANCH OF 480 ACRES,
known as Thomas' ranch, two miles
north of Stuart; produces 300 tons of hay;
well watered and improved. William Nor
ton, Stuart, Mont.
FOR SALE-CHEAP, CORNER LOT
and house In Anaconda. For particulars
Inquire at Standard office, Anaconda.
GOING TO ALASKA AND AM SELL
ing two houses nearly new, che ap; one
contains 9 large rooms; rents tor 40; the
other 4 large rooms; rents for 6.5, w od
sheds and outhouses complete; price
.2,100. 727 E. Summit. Butte.
FOR SALE-BITTER ROOT VALLEY
fruit and farm lands. Send' for list and
Information to George F. Brooks, Real
Estate, Missoula. Munt.
FOR SALE MICCELLvEOU4.
FOR SALE-FURNITURE AND LEASE
of lodging house; best location in the
city; steam heat. Address H., Standard,
Butte.
FOR SALE-CIGAR STORE ON SOUTH
Main at.; rent only $15 per month. Ap
ply at 121 S. Wyoming, Butte.
FOR SALE-A 22-ROOM LODGING
house; price $650, one-half cash, bal.nca
easy payments; no agents need apply. 121
S. Wyoming, Butte.
FOR SALE-5175 NATIONAL CASH
register for $75. T. J. Casey, C. O. D.
Laundry, Butte, Mont.
FOR SALE-CHEAP. RESTAURANT
and bakery doing a good business; fine
location. Address W. T. Houston, 17
Third at., Great Falls.
FOR SALE-THE POCATELLO TRIB
une, a twice-a-week newspaper, with
complete newspaper and job printing
plant; one of the best in Idaho; will sell
at a bargain; a rare chance for a good
business investment. Pocatello is the best
newspaper field in Idaho to-day. A treaty
for the sale of the adjacent Fort Hall In
dian reservation has just been signed and
the city is certain of rapid and perma
nent growth. For terms and particulars
address Ifft & Wallin, Props., Pocatello,
Idaho.
F'OR SALE-SECOND-HAND STORE
cheap. Call or address Brigman & Co.,
16 W. Broadway, lutte.
FOR SALE-6 BRAHMA HENS AND 1
cock; 10 Buffs and cock. 818 N. Main st.,
Butte.
FOR SALE-GOOD BAKERY; GOOD
location; cheap. Address A. B. C.,
Standard, Butte.
LOST-STRA YEI)-TOLEN.
LOST-LADY'S GOLD WATCH WITH
fob chain. Liberal reward if returned
to 117 W. Woolman, Butte.
LOST-A LADY'S SILVER OPEN-FACE
watch. Finder return to 22 N. Atlantic,
Butte, and receive reward.
S T R A Y E D - FROM CENTENNIAL
brewery Jan. 29, one pair of dark iron
gray mares, weighing 1,400 lbs. each, in
good condition, shoes off on front feet
and never-slips on behind: one mare 5
years old, very dark gray, and the other
a lighter gray 9 or 10 years old; brand on
each, J W on left hip.
PERSONAL.
MADAME AMAE. SPIRITUAL AND
trance medium, can read your life from
the cradle to the grave with absolute cor
rectness; tells you everything you wish
to know; all in trouble about business or
domestic affairs will miss the chance of a
lifetime if they fall to consult her. She
is now located at 211 Cherry st.. Anac nea.
CONSULT MRS. MIER, FORTUNE
teller. Room 11, up stairs. St. Jean
building, 212 W. Park ave., Anaconda.
CONSULT THE GREAT FRENCH
clairvoyant before going elsewhere.
Rooms 4 and 6, 14 W. Park. Butte.
MICltLLAltEO'ti.
INVENTORS-PROTECT YOUR IDEAS:
they may bring you wealth; before ap
plying for patent get our liberal offers:
Inventor's Assistant and handsome views
of Washington sent free. Write to-day.
Copp & Co., Patent Attorneys, Washing
ton, D. C.
JUST OPENED, DINING PARLOR, AT
108 N. Wyoming; home cooking; all par
ties buying before March 1 will get our
$6 tickets for $5, or 21 meals for $3.
KLONDIKE HOUSE, 310 E. PARK;
European plan; meals, 25c; rooms 25l
and 50c. Charles Heckler. Prop., Butte.
lontana Central Railway
halamc Piace
S.leep Ilhl OlaNin
Fa ll 0 Meals
Tudd d Semd
Cars a l Cuts
Through service between St. Paul. Min
neapolis, Helena. Butte, Spokane, St at'le
and Portland. Connections at wt stern
terminals for Kootenai country. Oregon
and California points. Alaska. Japan and
China. Connections at Twin 'iti, s for all
I'lints East and South. Single and round
ttip tickets to all points and baggage'
, heck' d to destiration.
1L av, s-Atlanti" Expri es, dall. 9- p am
Leaves-Local for GCiat tal.i.
daly ............ . ......... .... 9.',. a m
Airwvs-Pacit"i, Expr.es dat''.. ::t' a mn
Arr v ts--Local irnm Cr at i'ais.
dai\ly ......... . ................. . Ii: p rn
City Ticket f.ti ce. No. 41 N.rth Macin
St., Butte. J. E. Dawson. Gencral Agentf
No. 4. Btte Bspress, conneets
east and, wit, dei y..J. 4.4... IO
No. 4. Copper City, Flyer, for
Helena. Great Falls, St. Paul.
Chicago and all points east
and west. Connects with io~th
ern Pacific train for gai points
east, dal ........................ IN.A pAm
ARRIVE IN ANACWONDA.
No. 1. through Express, daily....W 4&1
No. 2 Copper City Flyer, dal y..'5inMp m
Na S. Helena and Great Falls
passenger, daily .................10:ts p m
DEPART FROM BVsTTE.
No. 1. Anaconda Express, dally..10:00 a m
No. 3. Copper City Flyer, dally.. 5:0S p m
No. 5. Helena Passenger, daily,. 8:0 p m
ARRIVE IN BUTTE.
No. !. Butte Express, daily....... 9:5 a m
No. 4. Butte Express, daily...... 4:10 p m
No. 6, Copper City Flyer, daily.. 8:55 p in
MONTANA UNION. ,
TRAINS ARRIVE IN ANACONDA.
Butte Express ...................... 3: am
Butte Express .......1.. . ........11:40 a
Butte Express ..................... 0 p
Butte. Express ........... ........ :00p m
Butte Express ................... 10:25 p
TRAINS LEAVE ANACONDA.
lGarrison Express ............... 4:00 am
Butte Express ..................... :00 a m
Butte. Express .................... 11:6 a m
'Butte Express ................... 2:45 P m
Butte Express .................... 7:45 p m
*Connects at Stuart for Garrison and
points east on the Northern Pacific; at
Silver Bow with Union Pacific Fast Mail.
"Connects at Garrison with Northern
Pacific train for West.
TRAINS ARRIVE IN BBTTE.
Anaconda Express .............. 10:06 a om
Anaconda Express ................12:55 p m
O. S. L. Fast Mail................ 1:45 p m
Garrison Accommodation ........ 4:00 p m
Anaconda Express ................ 8:45 p m
Anaconda & Garrison Express..10:50 p m
TRAINS LEAVE bU'I'TE.
4Anaconda & Garrison Express.. 3:00 a m
Anaconda Express ................10:30 a m
Anaconda Express ............... 1:15 p m
O. S. L. Fast Mail............... 4:00 p m
"Garrison Accommodation ...... 6:06 p m
Anaconda Express ................ 5:06 p m
Anaconda Express ................ 9:20 p m
'Connects at Garrison with Northern
Pacific train for the West.
"Connects at Garrison with the North
ern Pacific train for the East.
St. Paul
0aýrH*, Minneapolis
TO Duluth
STO pokane
acoma
C| Seattle
Portland
Pullman sleeping cars, elegant uphol
stered tourist sleeping cars.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT BUTTE.
No. 11, from St. Paul, arrives at
N. P. depot daily at ............ 8:35 a m
M. U., No. 2, from Portland, ar
rives at M. U. depot daily......10:50 p m
TRAINS DEPART.
M. U., No. 1, for Portland, leaves
M. U. depot daily............... 7:00 a m
No. 1% for St. Paul, leaves N. P.
local depot daily ............... 9:35 p m
Mixed, to Whitehall, leaves N. P.
local depot dally at 7:00 a m.
On Thursdays this train will
run through to Pony and Norris.
Trains Nos. 11 and 12 have Standard
Pullman Sleeping Cars to and from St.
Paul.
Through tickets to Japan and China via
Tacoma and Northern Pacific Steamship
Company.
For information, time cards, maps and
tickets call on or write to
W. M. TUOHY, General Agent,
or CHARLES S. FEE, General Passenger
Agent, St. Paul, Minn.
SPOKANE FALLS & NORTHERN
NELSON & FORT SHEPPARD AND
RED MOUNTAIN RAILWAYS
THE ONLY ALL RAIL ROUTE WITH
OUT CHANGE OF CARS BETWEEN
Spokane, Rossland and Nelson
Also Between
Nelson and Rossland
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Leave. Arrive.
8:00 a m .... ....Spokane .... .....6:40 p m
12:00 a m.... ....Rossiand... .....2:50 p m
9:20 a m.... ....Nelson.... .......5:35 p m
Close connections at Nelson with steam
ers for Kaslo and Kootenal Lake points.
Passengers for Kettle river and Boun
dary Creek connect at Marcus with stage
daily.
0, R. & N. CO,
MOST DIRECT LINE TO
THE COAST
Eastern Washington and all points in
Oregon and California.
VIA SPOKANE OR POCATELLO.
Ocean steamers leave Portland every
five days for San Francisco and Southern
California points.
Steamers monthly from Portland to
Yokohama and Hong Kong via the North.
ern Pacific Steamship Company in con
nection with O. R. & N.
For full information and rates apply tc
CON ST. CLAIR. General Agent. Butte,
Mont., or address W. H. HURLBURT,
General Passenger Agent. Portland. Ore.
A. L. MOHLER,
President and Manager.
'AND SAVEM.-ON
v exander Av. SENT
'low Yrk,NY. -% ON TRIAL
Attachman' a !rp. Guitar. lanolin. Et. Eta., Et
Building Paper
Rea ly Roofing
S , Preservative faint
These materials are carried ia stock by
THE HARRIS & LANE CO.
103 . Bteadway, Butt. Mlsa

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