4444444 44444444444 : MONTANA. .:, 44444444444444 4 4 444 ! Butte Notes. (Correspondence lntermountain Catholic.) Butte, Mont., Nov. 1. The Boston & Montana Company has declared a dividend divi-dend of $15 per share, payable Nov. 20 to stock of record Oct. 27, making $36 in dividends for the year and a total of $14,525,000 to date. CJ E. J. Hanlon, First Sergeant Company Com-pany M; Anaconda, has gone on a visit to his parents in Ireland. New York. Oct. 28. Marcus Daly's great recuperative power and iron constitution con-stitution has apparently triumphed over the serious illness which threatened threat-ened him. Today he said he felt well enough to sit up, and, against t the advice of his physicians, did so. :Not satisfied with this, he said he desired to attend to some business matters, and would not be content until he had attended to a large amount of accumulated accumu-lated correspondence. -$- James H. Lynch is the recipient of a handsome present which he was exhibiting exhib-iting with some degree. of pride and pleasure. The donor was Sergeant A. M. Maximer of the signal corps from Butte, and the gift was a cane with a history. It was made from the wooden rammer of a cannon that was in use in old Manila as far back as 1600. The head has an ancient silver coin and the ferrule is made of an old copper coin. The cane is? both unique and handsome and is naturally highly prized by Mr. Lynch. $-. Captain John Hallahan of Company M was tendered a reception or smoker at Friendship Hall Tuesday evening, which was attended by a large number of the members of the A. O. U. W., who were the hosts of the evening. The welcome speech was delivered by Master Mas-ter Workman T. J. Trunk. Captain Hallahan responded in a few well chosen words. A splendid lunch was served and then came a big smoke, , aunng wnicn time uapiain tiananan related some amusing and interesting narratives oC the Philippine war. A toast, "Our Brother. Captain John Hallahan," Hal-lahan," responded to by Past Master Workman Wisner, was the event of the evening. St. Paul's Catholic Church was the scene of a pretty wedding Wednesday morning at 7:30 o'clock, the contracting parties being Mr. Edward W. McCanna and Miss Julia Flood, Father Follet officiating. The groom was attended by his cousin. Mr. F. A. McCanna, as groomsman, and the brideby Mrs. Edward Ed-ward Davidson as bridesmaid. After the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride's brother. Mr. Charles Flood, at the corner cor-ner of Park avenue and Oak street, at which only the wedding party were present. The church was well filled with many friends, many of whom went to the depot at 8:40 a. m. and showered them with rice upon their departure de-parture for Butte, Spokane,. San Francisco. Fran-cisco. Denver and Salt Lake on a three weeks' honeymoon. They will make a short visit. with the groom's sister, who resides at Spokane.