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NOT BUILT RIEHT
The Montana Smelting Compa
ny Says Its Smelter
WAS A DECIDED "FROST"
As It "Froze Up" While Charged With
Ore—Demands $50,000
Damages.
The Montana Smelting company filed
an amended answer today to the suit
brought against it by the Anaconda
Mining company a few weeks ago to re
cover possession of the smelting plant
which the defendant company erected on
its ground near Twin Bridges. In the
document the defendant admits it has
the plant and that the plaintiff made a
demand for it, but was not accommo
dated. Then the defendant gives reasons.
It says that on the 13th of April, 1897, the
plaintiff and itself entered into an agree
EXTRA! EXTRA! EXTRA ! EXTRA!
THREE-HOUR SPECIAL SALES
63 to 72 West Park Street, Butte.
6c LIGHT PERCALES AT le—
Good quality American Percales, 27
inches wide, in neat stripes and
checks, warranted fast colors, value
5c a yard. Friday 9 to 12 a. m..... 1C
20c DOTTED SWISS AT 9c—
36-incli Dotted Swiss, in large and
small patterns, suitable for either
dresses or curtains, value 20c a yard.
Friday 9 to 12 a. m. at .............9c
12c BLACK SATEEN AT 4c—
Finely finished black sateen, 27 inches
wide, warranted fast colors, value 12c-.
a yard. Friday 9 to 12 a. m........ 4c
50c LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS 19c—
New laudcred Waists of very best
grade percales, in pretty broken
checks and plaids, cuffs attached, col
lars detached, fast colors, recom
mended for service, worth 50c each.
Friday 9 to 12 a. ni. at ............ 19c
8c APRON GINGHAM AT 2Vic—
Best, quality Apron Ginghams, in
large and small checks, 27 inches
wide, fast colors, value Sc a yard.
Friday 2 to 5 p. in. at .......... 2l/ 2 C
10c INDIA LINON AT 4c—
Very sheer and pretty India Linon,
27 inches wide, smooth finish, value
10c a yard. Friday 2 to 5 p. m. at ..
4C
$1 LADIES' UNDERSKIRTS AT 39c—
Black Sateen Underskirts of good
grade fast colored material, with
large flounce and three rows of cord
tucks around bottom, value 75c each.
Friday 2 to 5 p. m. at ........... 39c
$2 BLACK DRESS SKIRTS AT 95c—
Good grade Black Skirts of fancy
brocaded materials, very full cut,
value $2 each. Friday 2 to 5 p. m. at..
95C
12c FANCY SILK ALINES AT 3c YD—
In beautiful large designs, equal in
apearance to the finest China Silk,
worth 12e a yard. Saturday 9 to 12
a. ................................. 3C
$1 WHITE BED SPREADS 49c—
Good weight White Crochet Spreads,
in assorted designs. 11-4 size, hemmed
edges, value $1 each. Saturday 9 to
12 a. ............................ 49c
7c CURTAIN SCRIM AT 3%c—
Fa ncy Lace Striped Curtain Scrim in
cream and colored stripes, also plain
cream, value 7 cents a yard. Satur
day 9 to 12 a. m....... ........... 3Î4®
75e LADIES' UNDERSKIRTS AT 290
Seersucker Underskirts in fancy light
colored stripes and plain tans, made
with large double flounce around bot
tom and very full cut, value 75c each.
Saturday 9 to 12 a. m.............29c
$10 LADIES' SUITS AT
.Very good Woo! Suits of serges. I
cheviots and plain cloths, in mixtures,
and plain colors. Jackets made fly j
front style and lined with siiks a»n
serges, skirt full cut. Eü'.iïè garment
handsomely braided and button j
trimmed, value $10 each. 3-95 1
$7 SILK DRESS SKIRTS AT $3.95— |
Fine Brocaded Taffeta Silk Skirts in
swell designs, made with button back |
and well lined and bound, value $7.0<i i
each. Saturday 2 to 3 p. in.... 3.95!
$1.25 W. B. CORSETS 75c— |
The genuine W. B. Corset it*, long waist I
style, black and gray, made of best
quality stùeen, 5 hook clasps, elegant
models,, value $1.25 a pair. Saturday
2 to 0 p. ......................... 75C
75c LADIES' UNION SUITS 39c—
Of fine Lisle Thread in ecru, trimmed
with eilk lace, three styles to choose
from, value 75 cents each. 39C
The merits of these sales are too well known by the money saving
public to require further comment. We will state, however, that
this week's sale affords even greater bargain chances than any of
the previous ones, from the fact thatthe range of offerings is larger
9 to 12 Only
9 to 12 Only
75c LADIES' CRASH SKIRTS AT 19c—
Good quality crash skirts, cut in new
est style, very full and perfect
hanging, value 75c each. Friday 9 to
12 a. in. at........................ *9®
$1 LADIES' WRAPPERS AT 39c—
Good Percale Wrappers in dark and
medium colors, with plain yoke and
ruffles over the shoulder, braided;
large line of designs, and all very well
made, value $1 each. Friday 9 to 12
a. m. at .......................... 39C
50c UNLAUNDERED SHIRTS AT 29c
Men's first quality unlaundered white
shirts with all linen bosom, made
with continuous seams, reinforced,
all sizes, value 50c each. Friday 9 to
12 a. m. at ....................... 29c
75c CHILDREN'S UNTRIMMED LEG
HORNS AT 29c—Real imported Leg
horn Hats in the season's most pre
ferred shapes, good quality, value 75c
each. Friday 9 to 12 a. m. at ....29c
$3 CHILDREN'S TRIMMED LEG
HORNS AT $1.45—Imported Leghorn
Hats, most daintily trimmed with
chiffon, floveers and swell ribbons; all
have long chiffon ties, and are really
handsome in every way, value $4
each. Friday 9 to 12 a. m. at . $1.45
25c CHILDREN'S SAILORS AT 9c—
Fancy Straw Sailors, in assorted
colors, ribbon bands and streamers,
value 25c each. Friday 9 to 12 a. m.
at ................................. qc
50c LADIES' LISLE THREAD HOSE
AT 19c—Fine Imported Lisle Hose in
plain and Richelieu ribbed, colors
black and tans, very fine weave,
value 50c a pair. Friday 9 to 12 a. m..
19c
25c LADIES' SILK MITTS AT 10c
Full length pure silk Mitts, black
only, with stitched backs, value 10c
a pair. Friday 9 to 12 a. m.......IOC
50o CHILDREN'S GINGHAM DRESS
ES 19c—Fine Zephyr Gingham Dress
es, in pretty light stripes and checks,
ruffled and braid trimmed, value 50c
each. Friday 9 to 12 a. m....... 19c
$1.50 BOYS' MILITARY SUITS AT 75c
Teddy, Dewey and Hough Rider Suits
of best blue and brown ducks,
trimmed with brass buttons and col
ored shoulder straps, strongly made,
value $1.50 each. Friday 9 to 12 ft. in.
at
■75C
$4 BOYS' SUITS AT $1.65
Knee pant suits of pure wool cloths
of various kinds, made up in double
breasted, reefer and vestee styles;
well trimmed and tailored, value $4
each. Friday 9 to 12 a. in. a.t..$l.<>5
20c BOYS' PERCALE WAISTS AT Si —
All sizes of Boys' Waists, made of
good percale in fancy light stripes,
value 20c each. Friday 9 to 12 a. m..
8c
2 to 5
Only
2 to b
Only
$1.25 CHILDREN'S HATS AT 39c—
Very pretty Spring Hats of mull and
straw combined, trimmed with pretty
flowers, all colors, value $1.25 each.
Friday 3 to 5 p. m. at ........... 39c
75c LADIES' UNTRIMMED HATS AT
25(—New short back Sailors in plain
and fancy rough straws, all desirable
colors, value 75c. each. Friday 2 to 5
p. ni. at .......................... 25c
$5 LADIES' SILK WAISTS AT $2.95—
A line of (ine China and ombre silk
Waists, in pretty light stripes and
plain colors, made with bias cord,
tucked fronts and plaited backs, sep
arate tucked stock collars, all sizes.
Friday 2 to 5 p. in. at ........ 2*95
75c LADIES' SAILORS AT 35c—
Saratoga shape Saiors of fancy
straws, with black silk ribbon bands,
value 75c each. Friday 2 to 5 p. m. at
35C
$1 SILK PLATED VESTS AT 49c—
Ladies' Summer Vests, in blue, black,
lavender and cream, low neck, sleeve
less, silk embroidered, lace trimmed,
worth $1 each. Friday 2 to 5 p. m. at
49c
50c LADIES' CHEMISE AT 19c—
Good muslin Chemise, made with all
embroidery yoke and trimmed with
Valenciennes laces, value 50c each.
Friday 2 to 5 p. m. at ................
19c
$1.50 LADIES' KID GLOVES AT 79c—
We offer a fine two clasp pique kid
Glove in all the leading shades, with
French embroidered backs, every pair
fitted and warranted, worth $1.50 pair.
Friday 2 to 5 p. in...................
79C
$1.25 GIRLS' LAWN APRONS AT 50c—
A line of real good white Aprons well
made up and trimmed with embroidery,
ages 4 to 14 years, value $1.25. Friday
2 to 5 p. in. at ..........................
50c
20e LADIES' STOCK COLLARS AT 9c
Four fold stock collars of combina
tion satin and pique, all colors, value
20c each. Friday to 5 p. in. at......
9C
65c BOYS' KNEE PANTS AT 25r—
A lot of Wool Pants, of cheviot and
cassirnere materials, nil dark colors,
strongly sewn, value 65c a pair. Fri
day 2 to 5 ]). in. at ....................
2SC
90c BOYS' LAUNDERED SHIRTS AT
39c—Negligee Shirts of fine Zephyr
gingham with embroidered collars
and cuffs, ail swell patterns, value 90c
each. Friday 2 to 5 p. m. at ........
39C
$2.25 MEN'S SHOES AT $1.39
Fine Vici Kid Shoes, in lace and con
gress, plain and cap toes, light weight
soles, very dressy, value $2.25 a pair.
Friday to to 5 p. in. at .......... 1*39
$2 GTRLS' WHITE DRESSES AT 95c—
Fine lawn dresses for girls from 6 to
12 years, made with rutiles over the
shoulders and trimmed with Valen
ciennes lace, value $2 each. Friday
9 to 12 a. m. at ................... 95C
$1.75 BOYS' SHOES AT 95c—
Satin calf shoes in «lrcss styles, coin
toes, sizes II to 2; thoroughly practi
cal and serviceable, value $1.75 a pair.
Friday 9 to 12 a. m. at ............ 95®
25c MEN'S NECKTIES AT 8t—
Made up lies of pretty silks in light
and dark shades, a large assortment
of patterns, value 25c each. Friday
9 to 12 a. m. at ....................• 8c
35c LADIES' DRAWERS AT 19(—
Full umbrella style muslin drawers,
with large cambric flounces and rows
of tucks, strongly made, worth 35c.
Friday 9 to 12 a. m. at ............<9C
12c ZEPHYR GINGHAM AT 6c—
First quality American Zephyr Cloths
in neat, light stripes and checks, 27
inches wide, value 12c a yard. Friday
2 to 5 p. m. at .................... 6c
15c MEN'S LINEN COLLARS AT 8c—
Four ply Linen Collars in all the pop
ular standing and turn down styles,
value 15c each. Friday 2 to 5 p. m.
at ..................................8C
$1 MEN'S UNDERWEAR AT 49c—
Pure Wool Shirts and Drawers, In
natural gray camel's hair, finely
woven and well finished, medium
weight value $1 each. Friday 2 to 5
p. in. at ........................• • 49 C
85c MEN'S GOLF SHIRTS AT 39c—
Latest style fancy soft Shirts with
cambric bodies and silk striped Mad
ras cloth bosoms; to be worn with
white collars; value 85c each. Friday
2 to 5 p. m. at ...................39c
9 to 12
Only
$1 LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS 49c
Fine Cotton Waists of such materials
as Percales, Cheviots and Madras
Cloths, made in the best style and
trimmed with embroideries and braid
value $1 each. Saturday 9 to 12 49c
$5 LADIES' TRIMMED HATS $2.35—
Elegant hand-made Hats of Liberty
Siiks. Chiffons and Straw braids, ail
colors, including black are shown in
this line. Value $5 each. Saturday
9 to 12 a. m...................... 2-35
$1.25 LADIES' SAILORS 4Sc
Knox shape Sailors of assorted Rough
Straw Braids, black silk band, latest
» va,uo $1.25 each. Saturday 9
tc > 12 «• m.................. 48c
9 to 12
Only
$1.25 LADIES' UNTRIMMED LEG- ,
HORNS 59c—Fine Italian Leghorn I
Hats in natural color, large, stylish
shapes, value $1.25 each. Saturday 9 j
to 12 a. ........................... 59® ;
$3.00 LADIES' SILK CAPES AT $1.35—
Very pretty Brocaded Silk Capes in .
small floral designs, made with j
pleated back and lace collar, trimmed ;
with satin ribbon, Nearsilk lining,
value $3 each. Saturday 9 to 12 1.35
50c FANCY RIBBONS AT 19c—
A very pretty line of All Silk Ribbons
in fancy designs, width from 3 to 4
Inches, value 00 cents a yard. Satur
day ? to 12 a. m....................19c
50c LADIES' SUMMER CORSETS 19c
Summer Corsets in white only, long
waist and well boned, a thoroughly
reliable corset, value 50c a pair. Sat
urday 9 to 12 a. ni................ 19C
$1.50 LADIES' SILK VESTS 89c—
Ladies' finest all Silk Vests in blue,
pink, white and black, trimmed with
all silk lace and taped, low neck and
sleeveless, value $1.50 each. Satur
day 9 to 12 a. ................... 89c
20c LADIES' GINGHAM APRONS Sc—
Fast, colored Gingham Aprons in blue
and brown checks, very full cut,
value 20 cents each. Saturday 9 to 12
it. ................................. 8c
60c MUSLIN UNDERSKIRTS 29c -
Good quality Ladies' Muslin Under
skirts. made with four rows of tucks
and wide embroidery flounce around
bottom, value COo each. Saturday 9
to 12 a. in......................... 29C
$1.25 CHILDREN'S AND MISSES'
SHOES 75c—Fine Dongola kid and
tan vici Shoes in lace only, strongly
made, value $1.25 a pair. Saturday
9 to 12 a. .......................... 75C
$3.00 MEN'S PANTS $1.45—
A line- of good wool Pants of Cheviot
and Worsted materials in dark colors,
stylishly cut, all sizes, value $3.00 a
pair. Saturday 9 to 12 a. m..... >-45
2 to 5
Only
2 to 5
Only
$8 LADIES' SATIN WAISTS AT $3.93—
All silk duchesse satin Waists, cord
tucked singly or in groups on an elab
orate range of beautifully tinted
grounds, made with yoke and pleated
backs. Value $8 each. Saturday 2 to j
5 P- i«- at ....................... 3-95
75c GIRLS' WHITE APRONS AT 29c—
Good lawn Aprons with ruffles over
the shoulders, trimmed with laces and
insertions, sizes 4 to 14 years, value
73c each. Saturday 2 to 5 p. m. 29c
15c CHILDREN'S HOSE AT Sc—
Extra weight derby ribbed cotton
Hose, in black only, very serviceable,
value 15c a pair. Saturday 2 to 5 p.
m. at ........................ 8«
40c MEN'S UNDERWEAR AT 19c—
Wool mixed, medium weight, cam
el's hair Underwear, good quality and
well finished, value 40c each. Satur
day 2 to 5 p. m. at ................ 19c
$1.25 SILK FRONT SHIRTS AT C9c- j
Fine Cambric Shirts with ombre cord
silk fronts, in light and dark colors,
shirt to bo worn with white collar,
value $1.25 each. Saturday 2 to 5 p.
ni. at .............................69c
$1 LAUNDERED SHIRTS AT 29c—
Fine Percale Shirts witli cuffs to
match, in all the leading patterns and
colorings, thoroughly well made,
value $1 each. Saturday 2 to 5 p. m.
at ................................. »9C
$6 MEN'S MACKINTOSHES AT $2.45—
Tan Mackintoshes of good Covert
Cloths with velvet collar, double
breasted box cut, value $6 each. Sat
urday 2 to 0 p. ................. 2.45
$3.50 LADIES' SHOES $1.95—
A line of samples of fashionable
Shoes In all styles and sizes, every
pair in the lot worth at least $3.50.
Saturday 2 to 5 p. ............. **95
35c SILK WINDSOR TIES 17c—
All Silk Windsors in swell large
plaids, bright, pretty colorings, full
length, value 35c each. Saturday 2
to 5 p. .............................*7®
$2.25 CHILDREN'S TRIMMED HATS
95c—Some very swell fancy Straw
Hats, trimmed with plaited nuills
and ribbons, long tics, value $2.25.
Saturday 2 to 5 p. .............. 95®
63c LADIES' UNTRIMMED HATS lSo
Short Back Sailors of plain black
straws, with tire rim, stylish shape,
value 63c each. Saturday 2 to 5 p. ni..
18c
$1.50 LADIES' WALKING HATS 5Sc—
We offer the new and very stylish
Waldorf Fedora In fancy light rough
straws, with folded Roman stripe
bands, assorted sh .dings, value $1.50
each. Saturday 2 to 3 p. 111...........
S»®
50e MEN'S CRASH HATS AT 19c—
Newest shape Crash Hats in tans
with light stripes; positively the cor
rect thing for summer wear, value 50
cents each. Saturday 9 to 12 a. m IÇC
50e MEN'S OVERSHIRTS AT 25c—
Fine Sateen Shirts in pretty light
stripes and checks, well made up,
value 50 cents each. Saturday 9 to 12
a. ......................... » ..... 25c
$2.00 STIFF HATS AT 95c—
First quality Spring Derbys in black
and brown, correct shapes, the lowest
price at which a reliable stiff hat has
ever been offered, value $2.00 each.
Saturday 9 to 12 a. m...............95®
20c MEN'S SOCKS AT 8c—
Extra grade Egyptian Cotton Hose,
in fancy pink and blue mottled color
ings, seamless, value 20e a pair. Sat
urday 9 to 12 a. rn................" oC
12 MEN'S SUITS $5.85—
A line of good durable Suits in Chev
iots, Cassimeres and Worsteds, brown
and'gray mixtures and plain blue and
black, value $12.00 each. Saturday
2 to 5 p. ...................... ... 5*"5
$16.30 MEN'S SUITS $9.35—
Fourteen styles of real fine suits In
Blue Serges, Black and Fancy Wor
steds and tine Cheviots, a large vari
ety of colors and patterns shown,
value $16.50. Saturday 2 to 5 9*35
$20 MEN'S SUITS $12.95—
The highest point of tailor's art
reached in tlv»se suits. You'll be sur
prised at s; 1 high class a collection.
Finest quality suitings used and all
the latest putts, ms shown. Some s'lk
lined ot'n is Italian cloth lined. Both
single and double breasted styles.
Value $20 each. Saturday from 2 to
5 p. . ........................ 12-95
a
6S to 72 West Park Street, Butte.
ment concerning the purchase of a plant
for treating the lead-bearing ores of the
district around Twin Bridges. The plain
tiff agreed to deliver and erect a plant
that would treat twenty-four tons of the
ore every twenty-four hours. It guaran
teed to do it. The price was to be $3.600,
of whith $1,200 was to be paid when file
order was given, $1,200 when the ma
chinery was placed on board the cars
and the other $1,200 four months later.
The filmst two payments were made ac
cording to contract and the plant was
erected under the direction of the plain
tiff, but the defendant paid for it and
also $6,000 for the grading of roads and
the erection of the building over it. The
plant, says the defendant, refused to do
the work which the plaintiff guaranteed
it would do. It was so constructed that
the ore froze up several times and could
not be kept in shape.
The defendant further alleges that by
reason of the peculiar construction and
its failure to do that which the plaintiff
guaranteed it would do, the defendant
asked the plaintiff to bear the expense
of a n^w furnace, but it refused to do it;
that because of the failure of the plant
to work the defendant has lost all of its
money and property and has been dam
aged to the extent of $50,000, for which
amount it asks judgment.
Samuel T. Walker filed a suit against
his wife Bulu B. Walker today. In his
compiriint he alleges that the defendant
and himself were united in marriage at
Dennison, Texas, February 17, 1891, and
that two children (twins) now six years
old have been the result; that in Decem
ber of 1897 she deserted him and con
tinues to live separate from him; that she
is not a fit person to have the custody
of the children, as she possesses neither
home nor means.
In the damage suit of Henry- M. Moser
vs. the Gillette-Herzog Manufacturing
company the defendant has petitioned
the district court for a transfer of the
action to the United States circuit court
on the ground that its principal place of
business is in Minnesota and the amount
involved is more than $2.000. The suit
had its origin in the accident at the Hen
nessy building last year. Moser was one
of the men caught in the wreck.
Annie R. McCoughey filed a suit in the
district court today against the Supreme
Lodge of United Moderns to recover
judgment for $1,000 on a certificate of
membership held by her in the order. She
alleges in her complaint that the defend
ant is a corporation existing under the
laws of Colorado; that it is a secret, fra
ternal lodge or society doing business in
Montana and writing life and accident in
surances upon the assessment plan, hav
ing a subordinate lodge or lodges within
the state and one such lodge in Silver
Bow county; that in October 1877 she
became a member of Montana lodge No.
4'5 in this city- and two days later was
given a certificate entitling her to the
benefits of the order; that ever since she
received it she has been a member in
good standing, having complied with all
the conditions devolving upon lier; that
on or about September 17, D98. she was
rooming on the third floor of the York
block and the building collapsed, carry
ing her with it into the basement: that
she was then and there totally and per
manently disabled; that on January 16.
her total disability, but more than 90
days have elapsed since then; that by
reason of her injury the defendant is
liable to her for half the amount of the
certificate, which is $1,000 a nd she there
fore demands judgment for this amount.
CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR.
Special to Inter Mountain.
Livingston, Mont., June 8.—The eighth
annual convention of the Montana Young
Peoples' Societies Christian Endeavor
Union will he held at Great Falls, Mont.,
Wednesday and Thursday, June 14th and
15th. Entertainment will he furnished
by the "Endeavorers" of Great Fallls to
all visiting delegates during their con
vention stay. Rev. David N. Beach, of
Denver, Col., will give an address at each
evening session of the convention. The
officers of t ho state union are planning
for an interesting convention. All Mon
tana railroads have made a special rate
of one nr.d one-fifth fare for the round
trip, on the certificate plan, providing
there is a total attendance of fifty or more
paying full fare going.
BASE BALL.
The Boston &• Montana baseball team
will try conclusions with the Anaconda
team next Tuesday, Miners' Union day.
The Boston & Montana band will dis
course music on the grounds during' tile
game. The line-up will he as follows:
Boston and Montana—Murphy, catch
er; McDonough, pitcher; Gallagher, first
base: Huber, second base; Moran, third
base; Maye, short stop; Grimes, center
field: Brimblecon, right field; Breslin,
left field; C. J. Parrott, manager.
Anaconda—Sperry, catcher; King, pit
cher; Long, third base: Lynch, second
base; Kilcoin, first base; McNeill, left
field: Morris, center Held; Inman, right
field; Burton, short stop; Skelly, sub.
Finest crown bridge work. Dr. Wix. •
THE DAMAGE WAS SLIGHT.
The Weyerhorst block, corner of Park
and Montana was the scene of a fire
about 2 o'clock this morning, from which
no serious loss resulted. The fire was be
tween the wall and plastering on the first
floor, and was quickly smothered by the
chemical engine.
A fire occurred in the same build
ing about a month ago. when it was dam
aged to tlie extent of $1.000.
Vapor baths Gram'.ing-s, 41 N. Main.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF.
Coursing at "^sstsido Park Sunday. •
Try Tisro'A • ckage Ceylon Tea. *
Get your Hush at the Montana. 22 W.
Park. *
Horses for sale. Langlois' barn, West
Granite.
J G. Bf\es, piano tuner. Montana
Music Co. •
Washington c amp No 1. P. O. S. of A.,
meet every Wednesday evening at Fidel
ity hall. *
Gasoline lamps and supplies 238 E. Park
street. •
Rent a Pasteur Family Filter 238 E.
Park street. *
Dr. Mary McGahm diseases of women
and children. Argyle Building, 68 W.
Broadway. •
Chemicals and assayers* «implies. Fair
Drug and Assay Supply company, 116
East Park street. *
If you want your house painted or
papered see McTucker, Loranger. Probst,
109 West Park. 'Phone 373. *
Dr. H. J. Loebinger has returned from
the east and will resume his practice at
his old office. 37 N. Main street. *
Public and High school pupils may
make half grades at Butte Business Col
lege summer school. Hates reduced. *
BIDS WANTED.
The trustees of School District No. 1 of
Silver Bow county. Montana, will receive
bids for excavating work, said work to
be done on the Single Tax Lode Mining
claim, on Aluminum slreet, between.
Washington and Montana streets, in the
city of Butte.
Plans and specifications ran be seen at
the office of the school clerk.
Bills will be received by the clerk up to
5 o'clock p. m. Tuesday. June 13, 1839.
Certified check of $100 to accompany
each bid. .
The trustees reserve the right to reject
any and all bids.
C. IT. LANE,
Vice Chairman.
Attest: TUGS. RICHARDS. Clerk.

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