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M tag's largest recry Feb.25
"~~---------- --- ---- '-------- Oranges Orages are at their best right now. Don't believe we have ever had' such nice, sweet, juicy, golden oranges as we have at present. A good way to judge them is by weight-a juicy orange is always heavy Finest Naval Oranges case $3.50; % case $1.75; dozen, accordling to size, 60c, 5Oc, 40c, 30c and ...........................13, Fine juicy Lemons; dozenl.......10c Large, juicy (}rape Fruit, 3 for...23c SMOKED FISH Stlected Finnan Haddies Fat and fresh; pound .........12%c Smoked White Fish Pound ...........................17c Kippered Salmon Pound ...........................2 0c Smoked Salmon Pound ............. .............20c Smoked Bucklings Dosen ...........................25c Croman'ty Bloaters, extra fine Large fat fish, 6 for.............25 Gortons Duncanshy home-smoked Bloaters; finest ever placed on the market; 3 for ............... 25 We have quite a supply of 50 pound Coffe Cans on hand. They are free for the asking. CANNED VEGETABLES Thelma Corn, the best for the money in the city; per can..12%c Standard Corn, a very good quality: 3 cans ........................... 25c Small, tender, sifted Early June Peas, dozen $1.50; 2 cans....... 25 Ri.chelieu Tomatoes, 2 pound cans; Just the size for small families; dozen, $1.40; 2 cans.............25e Fine Tomatoes, 21,4 pound cans..10c Lima Beans, dozen, $1.40; can..12%c Tiny French Richelieu Stringless Beans, can, 25c; small fancy, can ..............................20c OUR TEAS Always please. Try a pound at the price you have been paying else where, and you'll be convinced that we give a better tea for the same money. LUYTEY BROTHERS GOOD GR. LTtfll I[/l(P 47 W. Park Phone 68 MONTANA UNDERTAKING COMPANY Funeral Directors Expert Embalmers THOS. LAVELL, Prop. Thos. Sullivan, Mgr. Phone 85. 525 E. Park, Butte BRIGHT EYED GIRI. ARRESTED. Ruth Holmes, whose apparent youth and good looks have appealed before to the unsophisticated policemen to the great benefit of the naughty girl, is again in jail. This time the innocent looking Ruth ,with her school girl ways Is charged with having robbed John Wilson of Walker. ville of $20. The robbery is said to have taken place last night and the girl will be ar raigned for trial tomorrow morning. RANICHMAN LOSES HIS MONEY, Another victim of the "strong-arm" women of the city is J. W. Evans, a res Ident of Ennis. Evans came to Butte yesterday to pay a hardware bill and wandered into the tough district where he was induced to enter a house by .ome women. Evans' loss was reported at the police station last night as amounting to $45 in cash and two promissory notes amount nag to $305 in all. FIIST MEETING4 OF CRIEDITORtS. In the District Court of the United Statts, District of Montana. In the matter of Chatrles I. Wilk, lankrupt. Notice is herePby given that on the 14th day of February, A. D. 1902, the said Oharles -]. Wilk was duly ad judged bankrupt, and that the first meeting of creldilons will be held at the Court of Bankruptcy, No. 49 West Park street, Butte, Montana, on the 5th day of Maloh, A, D. 1902, at 2 o'clock p. m., at w hi-ch, time the creditors may appear, prove hoeir claims, elect a trustee, exam ine' the bankrupt and transact such other busliness as may properly come before the meeting. THOMPSON CAMPDELL, Teferce in Bankruptcy. Dated February 24, 1902. DR. HUI POQCK s2 Years In Uutte Generation doctor of China from grand father down. Born ant school'4 In the profession. Treats all diseases, asaking a specialty of chronic troubles, Consult me before you waste your life away. 227 South. Main Street PROMIN[NT CITIZENS TALK ON POOL RO OM AGITATION AND AR[ Of MANY OPINIONS "Poolroom gambling is the worst form of gambling, because it thrives in the guise of respectability." This is Mayor Davey's private opinion of the question which is attracting the attention of the people of Butte just now. "When it comes to suppressing it or curbing it by high license, however," said the mayor, "I hardly know what to say to you. "Last summer, I went right up against It. I thought all I had to do was to call the poolroom business oiff and they promptly obeyed, but that was sim ply because the races started up and when they resumed after the races I dis covered that the hest we could do was to go ahead and collect licenses. "The evident intention of the law passed by the legislature was, as a mem ber of the Business Men's association expressed it last night, to let the pool room business alone and a number of people believe that this was done to give some opportunity to the people who will gamble in some form or another. "There is a question in my mind aft-r all if the state can legislate people into being good. "Is not this gambling reform too rapid? "Must not reforkls of this kind come spontaneously and not as mandates of the state or city?" "What do you think of rcstralnlin the poolroomns by raising the Ilcense?" the mayor was asked. "Well, I'll tell you candidly that I li'lve that would result In their not pay ing any license at all," replied he. "I really am not at all sure that we have any right to collect license from them now." "However, my opinion of the ethics of the business is Immaterial. "As the matter st'ncds now we ha'e no redress. If the city councll should adopt nrlasures to( supplres the poolrooms, why I shall endeavor to carry out its mandates and suppress themt, that's all." Silas Kin ;'s View. "What has the so-called I.uslns's Men's association ever done for this city that It should set itself up as censor of the actions of the public of Butte? That's what I want to know," said Silas King, one of the proprietors of the King & Lowry poolrooms, in reply to the question of the Inter Moun tain reporter regarding last night's act'ion of the asnociatnon. "Why don't they busy themselves with some of the real evils of the city and leave alone the horse racing which is recognized as legitimate sport the world over." "What are the evils you speak of, Mr. King?" "I'm not giving out Information about other ionple's business," said he, "but they know the evils as well as I do. "This talk about paying out large sums of the telegraph companies outside of the state, Is all nonsense. There is not oine-eighth of onet percent of the money which circulates in the poolrooms used for telegrams." "Then why do so many of the men who play the races lose their money? "Does it circulate half and half n ý(ween you and the outsiders who play, or do you not have a little the best of it?" "Of course we ha'e the best of at If we dlln't we wouldn't be in the business very long. "What's the difference between this form of gambling after all and play Ing the stock market? What percentage of the money lost on the stock rmar ket ever finds its way back to Montana? "I'd like to ask this Business Men's association a few questions about af fairs that I'd be pleased to have th'm answer for the people of Butte." S' usiness a Gamble, Bays Hugh Wilson. "I amn inteoestel in the Butte hotel pool-roomc. I am also Intere.t.Jd in real state and minii.s. and the rI' pulta of the last t wo are about aqs uncei'r tain as hoirse racing. I gamble In quartz as well as horses, and I have lost and won I a both. "The jolnt of view makes a good deal of differewn'e, but I think men should do as they please: with their o"n i molney, so long as they break ni law. It is hardly fair for one businer's man to prescrl'be what business an other man shall go into. Our tastes and inclinations are not all alike, any - more than our financial nllterests. Some Invast in cattle, some in horses, 'some In mining stock, but it is all a gatmbile. Iaing has been a recognlized slort for ages, and many good men are engaged in it. I don't see why ca man cannot in Butte bet on a horse race In some other place, if so inclined. Must lie go to a racetrack to bet hil money? "The Butte pool-rooms, all told, pay to the telegraph company $212 per day, not the large amount stated, an'l many timse $212 Is sent here dally )by moen living In the country, so Butte gains Instead of loses. I notice ccicne of our bhusiet's men who are so bitter against horsi e racing aire but recent conll verts to the cause of morality. A few yeans ago they were enthusiastic ad vo'mates of i'aci'ng in tall its forms, and used to bet thei' own moneiy like thoroughbreds. Their conversion comes late. As for groccry bills, I admit they should be paid, butt there are chu'rch' members ho nlever slawyv a pool room, often 'rf.use to pay their billls. Men should pay their bills by all means first, but after so doing they should be allowed to spend the ire.. Illanting few dollars as they please. A. to the prolpos'd licenle, I alt willing to pay mine if required by law. I have nothing to( add, except to say that we always try to exclude mcinol.s, except messenger boys who are scent by othher peolle with moniey to play." "I have nlothing to say about the raffiur," said C'ity Attorne'y Linamb when 'asked alout it. "When the coinell takes action In the matter, I am willing to give my opinison. legal or otherwisvle, about it, but for the in'escnt I iprefer to a y nothing." A number of prominent bnlcs'nc.,s trnco refused to expoless opinlonls on tile muttc r, stating that they did not \ant to be mixed up iii the 'ontrovrsy. One businues man said: "It's just like politics, and I have friends on blath sides, so I consider that my silence Is dlicrcret." ie', ; .C, S. HI alcklston said: "The iool-rooms are a groat \ll and shoul be sulplcre-ed. T'hey stuart Iltlany Soaog nlen on the rold io rculin. They are wor'se than other fct'ni.s of gamblling, because the vi\'lthni clae nearly all younlg men who are nlot Inured to dls.il3ation. It gives th'emn a bad start they would Ino't otherwisec have, ,because that sort of gmllb'illng seemi more respect':lb!e than the othe r. Young mien cwcho should save their money and establish honmllies, beconme desperate and dlrsctouralged after c'onstant lots's In the pool-roo:ns and nouch evil resull'.'" JOHN OfYICK'S WIFE IS MISSING WENT AWAY WITH CHILD AND MONEY HUSBAND THINKS SHE HAS [LOPED John enyhhk, an Austirian, living at 615 ':a$t Park a'.ly, Is looking for his wifel, Aggle (.eyhl.k. Al,., ht, In Ilokillg for)l't La uhek for $I(jU0 aInd taljout $150 in tash, whihlh has dlvapp.a'red a.ong with the wife and one child. (:eyhlek was at the police station today to tell his tlroubles. He ,lcud that he Came hoe yesterday anlld left his pay check, almoutlntn to $100, with his wife, antd went out itagaIn. WVhen he returinei, wi l,, n:oInity (lteck a ad child were gone. Thinks She Has Eloped. (leyhlek thinks his wife went away with a handsomior manll. lie wt':.n the pollce to tral tho ruI'awayH Iand get b:ack the money anl c.hild. Mrs. U(lyhick, according to her hus!:.rnI, had no ouse lflir i onlllt. The hlusband insltst her home life was of the happll si, a ni; that it coull Only be infatuation for another man that would eause her to leave. The police have found no clew. (eyihlick was sent to the conltly tttorney's oftice to get out warrants for the wife and her suppo-cd compannloll. r(1I1T TO lINISI SALE OF THE BARTLETT STOCK IS BEING AIRED AGAIN. IT IS THE FOURTH TRIAL Bas Rochester Says He Bought the Property in Good Faith and the Trustee in Bankruptcy Is Making Him Prove It. Tihe trial of the suit of Alexander Mackel against Has Rochester is now in progress in the federal court. Mr. Mackel Is the trustee in bank. ruptcy for the Frederick Bartlett estate and Is seeking to have a deal between Mr. Rochester and Mr. Bartlett declared fraudulent. Four days before Bartlett filed his pe tition in bankruptcy he sold to Roches ter his stock of goods In the room now occupied by the Northern Paclil ticket office at the northwest corner of Park and Main streets. After the petition had been filed it be. came noised about that the sale was only a scheme on the part of Bartlett and lochester to dfra(li the ,'ledltors of the former. 8uit Charging Fraud. iMr. Mackel was apploint'd trustee in bankruptcy for Itartlett and as such trustee brought suit against Rochester to have the sale of the it'.: t:tt stock of goods declared fraudulent. The suit has been tried three times and Is now having its fourth airing. On the witness stand today Rochester testified that he bought the stock in good faith, paying for it 75 ceots on the $1, a total of $6,344.25. He said that no -far as he know Iart iest was solvent at the timel the deal was closed and that one reason for making the purchase was to secure pos. session of the lease on the stoce room, as he desired to start a hank in the room. Care Finished Tomorow. Mr. Rochester further stated that be fore the deal was consummated he had made inquiries as to Bartlett's financial standing with a view of taking him In as a business partner. The jury will probably get the case to morrow. In Stripes. "Will yo'j kindly show me what you have here?" asked the visitor to the peni. tentiary. "With pleasure," r plied t!e Wardep, who had once worked in a dry goods store; "we have a f-w thhi Ks in stripes that I think will interst ou.''" MOTION FOR BOND NEW PLEADING IN OLD SU1IT FO1 DOCTOR'S FEE. HAGENBURGER GONE AWAY Schumacher, Who Was Sued for $1,000 by a Doctor, Wants Latter Required to Insure Costs. In the old suit of (1. Leo Ilagenburger to recover the sum of $.ti00 front A. J. 44ih'umacher for alleged .mn litial attend an94p upon the wife of the latter, an 101,i davit and motion was flied by the de fendant In the district court Lijny ask ing that Hagenburger be reiluiretl to put up iti bond of $300 to cover the costs of the case if he should lose it. Schumacher says In his afllthivit that Ilagenburger has gone fo Dlenver to re side, and that there Is a othing to se cure him against having to pay the coets In the suit with no recourse against ITagenburger on that account. The suit 'r~as started early In 1900, andl Schu macher moves the court to req:ilr", Ilagenburger to put up the bonal. Hagenburger Wanted $1,000. Hlagenburger practiced medicttcl a a physician in Butte, and he atti'ndedt utpon the wife of Schumacher from July .i 7, 188., until September 13 of the same ye."r, at which Iast date the lady died. Notwithstanding her deat h, how' ver, Ilagenhurger valued his werviccs at the slum of $1,000, and when SRlnmacher :'e fused to pay that sum, he sued the tIt ter for it. In his answer' Sellumat ie anlll ay that Mrs. Schumacher diel as ithe result o! the treatment, and that Jlagenburger pietended to be a phys'cian and prCe tended to give her attentlon. 11h dte nies that ihe owes ligenbhurger any thing, and charges Mrs. Schutnalcher' death to the latter's carelessness. PLEASE PLAYO[ERS •MODJESKA AND JAMES FILL BROADWAY THEATER. IT IS A SPLENDID PRODUCTION Actress Has Lost None of Her Old Time Ability-James Was at His Best - Elaborate Scenic Effects. Mladamne ModJeska recalled her earlnier triulnph to her mlany adilnilrers In the role if Queen Kathecrine In "llenry VII " at ~aton's New Grand last night. The Louso was vnacked with an audience nmao thai plasiil with the grandi work of Alljtesait ald ]i Ien'ry Jnames. t' those who have seen the airle'ss In other dlays it was the same triumpIIIIh that brought to 1,her feet thi Itnllmns' audliti eilien which did hilniigi when sile hilayst to the Cardinal Wolselcy of Edwin Hooth, and the same eloqteit enluobdlli[nent of the c'haracter. Mr. James has ptlaye(, Wolseley hefir, ibut lever didn he hetter please his atludl elnce' than last night. Two muich mIns terly porttayals a're not often the lot iof a Itutte aullence, and it was a treat long to lie remelll'mered. I'he fanmouwai lists are so urrounded with a isupport In every way corlmmensurat with the work of the principals. Among the', atre Norman Hackett, Thominas Cof fin I'ook, Aphie James, Wtadsworth tlari rHis. l.ettlta Wells and Lole Gale. io'lim it scenic standpolint the produi - tionsil is elahboratle land artistic andli ailtlnif the best of the Wagenha.i. & Kempern pff'rlngs. 'The egagement willl close tonight. LEGGAT MEDICAL SUIT SETTLES In Judge C(lancy's eourt thin'mornlin thi' old suit against J. A. Leggat brough by .John O. Rowe, an J'Eastern medilia pr:actitioner, atrne to ian e nd througJ anl agreelment reachei d by the litigantso A stipulation was Ilied iin the ullt It which it wat aKgreed that t juidglinli for the mum of $450 shoulld be eniter-ti ag.inst the defendant. The plaintiff once trneatted moedlally sni of the defendant fotr son- kind o nrsn troubtle, but hil serviciem were no paid for, the deflenldant taking thi gri"lrid that the con, who was a boy hadl weh injured by the treatment In stiad of benelltted. His Money's Worth. (Yonkers, Statl1smtan.) "\'ll, Ilnie Jo~'isph, how il: you liii the violin rolo?" "l)idn't k ,-erorler It mu'h." "l'r.l'll'hi you liked or, heastra mIIIts, better?'" "Y:e, give me a hulll }and. I dlon' w,lnt roy musch retail; I wants it whole Degrees of Happiness. (Tid- 1it.) "Algy, doea'," sho Itlurnl"tet."i, "I th 1t1'dI he' h:appy if I colr t walk thrt utg,' Il't ha ii in hantl with you, but -" "ltut :h;:t, de:ar t.'' o ;atxiously task id. "hut I abouldl be halppietr If I could gill,,...i THE MARKETS. COPPER MINING QUOTATIONS (Splical to Inter' Mountain.) Boston, Mass., Feb. 25--The copper mining shares closed today as follows: A-malgamated -- - 71.37 Anaconda - - - - - - 34.25 Pa.rot - - - - - - - 31.50 Calumst & HRela - 625.00 Tamarack - - - - - - 235,00 Occola - - - - - - 78.00 tah Con - - - - - - 24.25 A Lucky Lace Curtain Deal 1Has placetd us In possession of 210 nrsis, nearly 1,900 pairs, of N.ti1lnghsm ,naee Curhtinlla at a strnlgtht dis' unlt of 27 cent, on the dillar flron thl,..t nlowest fat'tory pri'e of the Itargalt haet' curtain lniker, in Aml'erila. Thn.'t c'urltlins are is 'rfe',,t' In1 texture illd ft llt iehn' Iln we\ 'ei Ira ai ny we htIo\( eVer sohl. 'T'hey Ihatve f unl their wily to u Itn adVanve of our rgul t. slpring shlipments at th Is 'et'llttrktlhi rteductio n in IIlrhie tecause they 'niv nind' utip of inst fall all lltterns Ih tt ht\. 1oien drol.; tped to nllmlk w. al r, new u"printg styles; ItrtauuNe t eItiltl sI r the vlh( \'land were lnt afraih n t buy the rlutll lilty; hewtstl..e I Unit'terns out of 10 in the lo) t nro r ir,\\ to, I.utte,; ais be %a' t Ie neverll t knew . i tlrl ah II Iarailn h('1n15eI this W11ill enale,. us to offer tio x,, gging In the people's populad house furnih~h mlll. l LvIn'hlll We i.|l-el rlight-r.ne'l :lurm llll name 'lh price 'rl'dclllttimln forl trllt toek- I Case No. 3.575 1 Case No. 5,547 N-i+h''-hnm Lace Curtains. Nottingham Lace Curtains. (,()ld size, 'ro'hel edges; Ino tw e I W hilte or e(''ru, IIo htilnan thrend; 1 tl ". 4.w valueh . sordhlllhe 85' VultueH. This week fr,.............. 35C This week.................... 50C 1 Case No. 3,581 1 Case No. 1,978 Nottingham Lace Curtains. Nottingham Lace Curtains. Longer(' I I wit t I it tabo e; t 0' yI Mt lottg, a t0 Iinchet v.1 '.; full edglg'. B, RIIIIII, .'tlnº , K- illllnt weaIIve;: wortlh I1.(s, l .. 0h,........... 60C worth $1.25. IFr............ 75C i Case No. 5,244 n Case No, 5,294 No~tingham Lace Curtains. Nottingham Lace Curtains. 15 yttl'd. lttg, 4 Iivn'het %i'; full l yarit ln Ilg bIy 54 In hlies; I t-point; lhread 1.7tl F.. ....... $1.25 wrth i 2.00. 'r....... $1.50 I Case No. 5,557 n Case No. 5,484 Nottingham Lace Curtains. Nottingham Lace Curtains. 3% yardtld lontg by 54 Illnclhe; full 0- 35 yardl's ini., 10 Inc whle' ; Bipt . Poillnt, heI\y llnbrl, nk bl. ihread; vitl size, ulit ihn fur tilde l y worth $I2.75. wiInw; Fo ...r ... . ................. ... .0 W I tlI I, . F; worth $3.50. ]'or........ $2.50 NOTF.-.We cannot promise to ship these curtains prepaid to mail order customers later than Friday of this week. Brownfield-Canty Carpet Co 48 to 54 West Park, and 43 to 45 West Galena Streets, Butte. The Coe Commission Co. Incorporated Capital and Surplus $300,000.00 S TOC KS PROVISIONS BONDS GRAIN Bought and Sold for Cash or on Margin for Future Delivery 1e ownI andt ol(t.rale the IIo(lL xlten Iv' private wire nyhlet in the I ted St:r tes. 'Wet halt,t Itlll a li're.' from Newt'' York. 'Chicgo anltd Mlill'ineapoltl to Montana poihlltis, for I t (' xtluAIve use of O,ur cus tItntern, givinig IIInst'nou, quotatitons of a1ll securlllt aind ncommtoditles listed on the lwlnrelpal exchttngte', and all im lortllant news from all over the world. References, 56 National and State Banks Anlcondda ()llt,, 11% li]';t I Palrk HtIreel, Thoinlh N. Hnyder, Local .ian. Heleln l11h.0, 7 and : l'1lp.lurg Nlock, Wm. A. Pryor, Local ,AMIanar. (Trual 1"illsnl hft.e, 224 (:Ce.lI'ral Avrvnne, p. R . iewe.w tt, Io..'i Mia nagerl. Living:ton O)ffl.ee, 7 PotollAe H. lli('k, W. L. Alfr.ed, Looa] Mallager. ]30o 'minnr ()lflhe, i6 (allltllll llock, .I. J. Hl'ewartI, ]J,tt'tl Managet'r. 1311ilh8 I lflhe, 9 inrd 10 (Irunwell Jlll.,lk, 1'. It. 1lunit ll, Local Managu er. Butte Office, Hirbour Building A. C. MARTIN, Loceal Mgr. .. 1.s ON WALL STREET. Some of the Stocks Ros, Briskly But on the Whole Market Dull. (fly A.sn le |'d lp'ei.r.) .'Nw York, F'Vi. 5. -''The openilg ii 1,St4k In;irket wals n.lirrow and minert' dull. Ihut few c'lilllg( o i' Plillil ance o u'1rred III thie activity ullll "0r1 until lie l' the noonl hlour,. J i'hl.e i I1i. 111ti, illl l Ii - oni eat ier, t uil n jull i to 7i1ii1 nil Tain itul ln Co l 1t iev he ist ,i iII therei . \.'1s. wnerecov). r, bs1. tf4ii ii.il.ge'H .nd A Ifew of the pll'lilllnllt StOucks rose' briskly, HugaiI' tlelllh g 121 andllll Il ling rising ll4. Wniled H.iti ,e tiieel l ireferred .,lnt to lir, T loward non l deilnd acrolse for hlr'oklyn tran. s l unt it gamyn d wI, mI I arIImoved u the llu- to ni all unly ew LIckawannak I floni I 28l7 oldt In M litnro oltgained a poi t nct. mla-t. Itone s were f"ii i. i l l, t kawann lo s 't u hl' ay nnual rlly - Corl .adOn e (h I-cr Ianr d Amlerlsn tll .ve upi nact v yllall hy. !r ee rull.'.rr hgaied 3, intl'kln 'rd but nl2, sgenerali Electrni 3% aftl AtVllhl. 'n.roa I. Tride nos bid up tih aitl ela flt , Sfourt l rn Pal. ile touching ( Ro%. siness generally was sminll uand inluild to 4Lcoupi.tl'atl* 2uly few stocks. A break of I4it fro l tpl . bFest in Mertro politan unsett, d thX markvet. Amalga mated Copp t Irtl" cah m vratlh, falllng to 6910, the lowest or flh day and rallying to 71¼, the bIst of the day. Te _nessee C 'o a l r o s t' 2 t il t b , .,t . A m e r lJ (a nI L ,in . Heed ,,referred t ,os 5 in ill. Tile clo. e wVa s active 4,1,1 l ",2ula . Boston Wool Market. (fly Assoc(iatedl Press.) Boston, Feeb, 25.--The demand for wool here conthlu(s ;good] but no signs of wonkness alts vis|ble. Traders ',ad(. no effort to anticipate future needy. Fine m edium it (luot',d at 44,h@ 45 , . o scou reid, and 46 '@47c for staple. FIrle-ce w ,ols are firm but quiet, and XX above Ohio la oualte.d t 27~/%. No one Ohio fi'hle htld lirii 4it 2i;(q26ci.ti with 27e askld. Aus trallin wotls are ilrli utnder irlall avaIl. able offerings, trade behig H.ow. Kansas CILy Livestock. 1i s" A 's..,)"l .te;l Pri.s .) Kit:ls> ('lly, Feb. 25. --- title lt. it i 5tH. 3,000 hii'dt., Intclllir.g 300 'i'txans. NatIIv(' stttorsI i, 1$.01, 4;.70; 'lTxai and Inlan a t. . $3.25565.50; '1'txa. (it)ws, :$.250'f4.50; Inailvt cotv arnd heifers, $3.00 t. l10;: stolr'kel' and fedclRs, $3.2504.35; ,ullis, $email@example.com; t:al\v', $firstname.lastname@example.org. S-lletp --Iteollpts, 2,000 h-tad. Market ite highir. Muittlon I, $4.750v5.65; lambs, .6.41#03.75 ; rangt wethera, $22.214.171.124i e\\i' t, $4754(t 5.50. Chicago Livestock. (ily AssoIlated Press.) Chlcago, Feltb. 25. -- Cattle - Itecelpt( 5.000, including 500 'trexani. . Market steady. (tood to prime, steers, $email@example.com; plior to mlnelun, $,firstname.lastname@example.org; slockers and feieders, $2.50(tB4.05; cows, $email@example.com; helf ers, $2.500i5.50; nteit.rs, $firstname.lastname@example.org; hulls, $2.50,.4.0c0; (alvt(s, $email@example.com. Shoep - it('illpts 14,00 head. Sheep strong to 10' higher; lambs 150 to 250 higher. O),odl t, c(holcce wethors, $4.750 5,30; fair to cholte mixed, $firstname.lastname@example.org; Western shteep, $4,50@6,00; native lambq, $3.7506.65; Western lambs, $email@example.com. Omaha Livestock. (1Sy AYsocilated t'rems.) Pn)ul.h Omaha, Feb. 25.--Cattle--Re clptst, 3,200 ,latld, Market 100 higher. Native steenit, $4,(00@.60; cows and ideif en 7, $3.011'45.00; West'ern st(erlN, $3.75@' 5.25; 'I'exaa sttleris, $31.60@.4.80; canners, $1.5002.80; rttoekers and feeders, $2.75@ 4.65; cttlve;, $firstname.lastname@example.org; bulls, stags, etc., $2.5001,4.75. tthoep--.Ravceipts. 4,500 head, Market strong, 10c higher. Fed muttons, $5.00@ 5.80; Westerns, $4.5005.00; ewee, $4.00@ ,I.10; commons tand stockers, $3.5004.75; ltlilSu, ?email@example.com.