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TODAY'S NEWS FROM THE SMELTER CITY
WISNER'S ELOQUENT TRIBUTE TO MEMORY OF THE FIRST AMERICAN Before the Lincoln Republican Club, Orator of Oc casion, Tells Why "Honest Abe" Was Great. SPECIAL TO THr INTEr MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, Feb. j3.-While perhaps not the best attended, much the most enthusl astie meetinr of the Lincoln Republican club since its organisation was held at Friendship hall on (Commercal street last evening, the occasion being the celebration of the birth of Abraham Lincoln. Owing to the presing duties of the session of the legislature Hon W. H. Allen, preeident of the club, found it impossible to be present and at the last moment was compe!led to send his regrets. The club meeting wee presided over in a particularly able and halpy manner by the vice pree dent, H. F. brret, nd the eit speech c the evening was by Alderman &itenhobl of the Frlst ward. He was followed by William MeEachren, who eulogised the Im mortal Lincoln tnd lso- touched brietly upon local political eenditions. City Attorney wy spoe at some length upoaunicwnld government and fal y explained the need of some new legisla ton for cities. Mr. Sawyer took occasion to brisy touch upon keel politics and ad voeated the election of a ticket at the coming spring election composed of safe buliness men irrepective of party. .G. S. . Wiener, the orator of the even nly, was then introduced end be made a srplendid address. 'Mr. Wisner said atdrl ."The observ ance of the ninety-fl iversary of the birth of the immort Lincoln marks ean epoch in- the histb community and may our simple, ' iM ere tribute here, awaken the dormant patriotism of our fellow-citizens to the end that this may become a day generally observed and that all will join in paying tribute to the memory of one who, amidst the grouping of our patriots, stands pre-eminent." BIE TIME -TOI ORROW IEVENING Entertainment by the Twentieth Century Club Will Be a Treat For All Who Are Athletically Inclined - Some of the People Who Are on Program. SPECIAL TO TIIF INTER Ot'NTAlNt. Anaconda, Feb. 23.-One of the organ Isations of the city that the people are proud of Is the Twentieth Century club. The building of the club is situated at No. so8 Cherry street and the membership is limited to males between the ages of is and 79. The club has done much to develop a taste for athletics among the young men of the city. From a small membership it has grown until now there is hardly a person in the city who is athletically inclined that is not a member of the club. The upstairs of the building is used for reading rooms. billiard and ping-pong playing, and is particularly comfortable and pleasant. The rooms are kept in good order and club members have a colnfort able place for both recreation and profit able reading and study. Well Equipped Gymnasium. The gymnasium is on the ground floor and is well equipped with all that goes to make upo a rat-class room for exercise and physical development. Its Organisation was prompted by a number of young men who felt the neces slty for a better oafing place thian saloons, ad who desired to build up their physical condition. As a result of able manage anent the club has won for itself the -- . --- .. PATRICK O'CONNOR IS LAID IN GRAVE SERVICES AT SACRED HEART AND INTERMENT AT MT. MORIAH A PIONEER OF BUTTE. The funeral of Patrick O'Connor, who died Wednesday at the St. Janes hospital, was held from the family residence, No. 957 East Mercury street, at 9 o'clock this morning. From there the remains were re moved to the Sacred Heart church, where the Catholic services were held. The in terment took place at Mount Moriah cetme tery. Mr. O'Connor was one of the pioneers of the city, having come to Butte as years ago, when he entered the employ of the Parrot Mining company and assisted in the building of the Parrot smelter. At the end of eight years he left the Parrot company and started in the saloon busi ness. continuing in the same for some is or 16 years. He was a member of the Catholic Knights of America. The deceased was a native of Sligo, Ire land, and was some 46 years of age at the time of his death. He leaves two sisters Mrs. James McDonald of this city and Mrs. Hugh Hannigan of Anaconda. There is also a brother, Michael O'Connor, who is living in Dawson City. O'Connor has a large number of cousins here in Butte, all of whom were present at the funeral. lie was widely known and respected as a straightforward man and Itad many friends who will mourn his death. J. J. CUSICK HAS RETURNED FROM FUNERAL OF WIFE She Died at Dillon, Where She Lived as a Girl, and Went With Man She Loved to the Altar. Mr. J. J. Cusick has returned from Dil lon, where he went to attend the funeral of his wife, Mrs. Nettie Cusick, who died at St. James hospital on Sunday last, from the effects of an operation. The interment took place on Tuesday, the services being held at the | pjiscopal church. Mrs. Cusick was a native of California and was alout 34 years of age at the time of her decease. She moved to Dillon when a child and was married to Mr. Cusick at that place on April ad, ig8s. uhe le:aves three children, two girls ard a boy. the eldest being r6 years old. The parents of the deceased, Mr. and Mirs. C. D. Miller, are living at Dillon, where she also has a sister. A brother, Jacob Miller, is a resident of Great Falls. Tough on the Count. Itudl.pest, Feb. 13.-The papers an tiutmecc that Count Catthyanin an adherent of 'I'olstoi, has been placed in a sani tariumn by his friends on account of his avo..al of socialistic ideas. 'Mr. Wiener then proceeded to trace the birth and life of Mr. Lincoln from his early childhood In the wilds of Kentuck thrtu his soldier life in the wars wit G. 8. 1. WISNER the Indians up to the time of his first ap pearance upon the political arena. In peak.in of .hin election to the na hearty support of the hest citizens of Aa conda. For the entertainment on Saturday night a new punching bag has been provided, also a trapeze, a pair of ron rings and some swell sets of Spauldig boxing gloves. One of the best athletic etertainents ever given in the city is promised tomor row evening, as in addition to the startling and wonderful work of Jimy Lyons on the punching bag there will be evral boxing and other contests that will e equal, and in some case no doubt better than the average among the profesionals. It is confidently predicted that the box ing exhihbition between Willia owe James Holten will be one of he fastest and most scientific that has ever take place in the West. It will be a si-round go, and the members of the club who have seen both men work are confident that before the end of the bout there will be "something doing." It is hardly thought possible that kt will last the limit. There will be six other boxing contests of three rounds each, and in each cae the men have been matched in a way to insure good contests. The work of some of the members on the trapeze and on the horizontal bar is very fine and ranks but little if any below professionals. It is now assured that there will be a large audlence present. MINISTERS WANT THE TEMPERANCE MEASURE At the weekly meeting of the Ministerial association it was decided to hold union services on Sunday next. This has since been postponed owing to the fact that the Rev. Perd Schiverea has been suddenly called away from the city. As he was to have been one of the principal speakers it wau thought best to wait until such time as he could attend. When he returns the original program will be carried out as ar ranged. Arrangements were made for mid fEPREOENTATIVE J. W. LANCASTER. day prayer mectinl to be held throurbout the week at the First Presbyterlan curch which is at the corner of Montana and Idaho streets. The Rev. I.evn, pastor of the Mountain View church, and Rev., Beard of the South tional congress in 1847, the orator said: "While a member of this congress he framed the first practical bill for the abol Ishment of slavery in the District of Col umbia, and though the session closed be fore action could be had on his bill, yet it was Iis strange fortune iS years after to sign a similar bill sent him as chief mnagis trate. "At the close of his own term in con gress he was offered in succession the governorship of Oregoni and the conmmis sioner of the general land office, both of' which he declined, and thus detiny pre vented his passing into obscurity and re served for him that great place in 'the world's history which he was tu so mag uifice tly adorn." Mt. Wisner closcd with the following. beautiful tribute : "He needs no tomb, no epitaph. The memory of this man is forever enshrinedl it the heart of every American. It mat teer not whether that citizen makes lis homemmtl the luxuriant loveliness of the South or in the pineries of the hardy North or along the shores where beats the waves of two mighty seas--all have come to mrlile the man's nobility. and though for a time we may be heedless of the les sons he taught us, yet dormant patriotism and dull mind awake and we will turn aside to do this first American all honor anm all reverence." During his addreis Mr. Wisner was liberally applauded and at the close he was given an ovation. There were several speeches following that of Mr. Wianer, and quite a discussion arose over the political expediency of mlaking republican nominations for the spring campaign. Visiting. brethren werd invited to talk. and while the cigars were passed around and consumed several speeches of more or less interest were made. It was a very enjoyable and profitable meeting. ALL ENJOY THE ANNUAL BALL Knights of Maccabees and Friends Have a Good Time. SPECIAL To THE INTCE MOUNTAIN. Anaconda. Feb. 13.-aihe Knights of Marcalwae last evening held th',ir ~Lath an nual hall at the A. (l. II. hall. 'I here were at least ISo couples present. ' he floor was in excellent condition and the music nas the best that has been had at any of the dances of late and danciing was kept up un til an early hour. The success of the entertainment was largely due to the persons who hal charge of the arrangements which was conmposeI of: F. P'. SDonlan. J. N. Mloore, J. A. Daniltson, James Rtyan. '. A. It. ~lose. Floor committee-Jamnes Ryan. director; Is. 1.. llartsell, It. Leonard, Alexander An. derson, H. J. Williams, C. (.i. Johnson, I:. E. Danks. Reception commattee-J. 1)# Casey, Charles D)onlan, J. H. (,odtrew, M. -itzgerald. James Foster, I). Slegarty, Charles Beckers. \\. M. Kelly. Alfred Campbell. WV. A. (ollins, '. J. I rmnk and Thomas "agan. The programll cuonllsted ot 4 IAsuiiirs. BERTHA STONE IS FINED $20 tPI.lIAL TO THil N1IEU MOt;.iTAIN. Anaconda, Feb. 3J.-Siertha Stone was yesterday tined $ao tor I(ing drunk and disorderly. When the time to try the case arrived a policeman was sent into tIe cell after the woman, but she was found barefooted and so scantily clad that it was necessary to send to her home for some of her clothing. She pleaded that she was a first offender, but Judge Hayes said that the case was an aggravated one and that he would le forced to fine her $ao. Bruce Matthews, the man who was arrested for taking some money from the woman's stocking, paid her fine and the two were allowed to go. Butte Presbyterian church were added to the membership roll of the association. Some discussion was had concerning the revival and attempt to pass a law, ourse bill No. s6o, introduced by Representative Lancaster, providing for the closing of saloofl over Sunday, or from midnight Saturday until 7 o'clock Monday morning. The measure has been indelinitely post poned, but the association hopes to bring it up again and push it through to a success ful issue. The Rev. Crouch of the Metho. diet churoh of Walkerville and Meaderville was appointed to enter into correspondence with friends in Helena and make an ettort to revive the measure. This morning Mr. Crouch stated that M1'MASIEB'S FUNERAL Anaconda Old-Timers to Go to Deer Lodge to Attend Ceremonies. RPI. lAl. Tit fIlV I l I I tI Nt ,AI N, .naco.lda, Flrl. i.,.--- I here ire maitny) II lllmerl n Anatonda who will go to Kier lodgle tiinoirrow tir tilte purpose ot attendin g the utlteral ot Jaines %. .lM'r. iti, who recently died in1 tlarnet., i Il ranl ttc .ounty. ,' Illr. lMlarcM ter ~~ti well known i. i this nity haliviltg Iewmn ihertit IIn the eilily dilays iiof ttacondta antI aol nll tnet enIaged ~ l III hIliners here, lit was thre mtan whot t.r.tted the hril brick tbultilnis Ihouse iii the 1 . i lf l;t yea-rs !M r. M.M ,.ster hals Ite n n'!aiged ill lhe tsalotn iltl.ln.i eslll I1and it n. mIg IIL the pronlisng ctamp ilofll I lartltn , ILe jveI la wit le iaitnd one .ill intd ani IiSptld girl aibult li years o1 age. NOTHING DOING IN GAMBLING tAnaconda, "t i, I.;- 'T he ro.iils ot the gambling halls were made by Shierilt Slor r;r ;indtl his deputy last ihi. h, ut there wasl I' gaitmblintg Iltuit in the place . ituted by thlie ottheer. It alppears that name ltril warned thi gaamlblers In advance, for when Iti ofthcers vltlted placer where it was iknown that gaimbling had be(( runnnlll all aloltn. lint a card was turtnlllnal nt it c'hitl was clckiet.tl. It has reeni the intent lnl oflit tite s|riti to linlke thie rounds and iit anyli 't;,cr\ling for t.llmoay a, being carried on1 arrOsts vs.t:l h. e mIlade, but slalme onle Itpl.ed the intention cl tlS e i herlt nil o to ile gam. elr.s antl Int-illn, t was at a standstill near 'I aIll i )t.terdily. I'ht mun t hin h;Iave beenii rtuiiing poker t iltes it art that; they iintlend to tlorin andi rcn.ttI:illn n fit it Icw days. It s vetry hardtl ito r terur a i,' tlllln it. I4 t cas e of any a;rre for poker plyin.g,. as it is necessary, mIqlehr tih l;1w. to have som(e(e one swear tha:t th('me II s beinglll played for tioney 'JOHN LAMONT OUT ON BOND \lntionda.t I . t'i. - .onhn I.atniont, a so Ihlt-,r tru.mt Salt Lake ( iy, was arrested .rt' rl;ay on a tliharge of steatlin :I valeu ilc rit;a truol Mrs.. Mel oy of No. ui; ..i-t Fiourth street. Mrs. MetCoy clvamins that the ring was valued at $5o atndl that 11" r;aw I.;a ll, ntl t ke i t. She says that It' ;4ml toc the hIoutse and under a pretense ofl f" t lnflg. Stole lthe ring. I he Iltfn was arrested on tlhe street btut tLitly declared hias Iuntlocence. %% helit ctaken before Judge Ilayes a iond of t5s t,.i; demlallnded, Itut when it was Ioltndl thl.at $. was all that I,:altnolt and his two tliilns coullll get togetllr, It was decided t., allow him to go iii a Iland of that SANACONDA BRIEFS A. D. T. messenger-prompt, reliable. A marriage license was yesterday graint ed to G;riflth Tllhomas and Ida II. Cutler. Rev. Mr. Selzer of the Baptist church and the teachers of the Sunday-school en tertained the Sunday-school scholars at the Blaitist church last evening. • 'About as couples participated in an en joyable datice given by the ladies of the Church of Latter Day Saints. IRev. Mr. 'Stipp and wife will ring and play at the Swedish Lutheran church this evenling. John McMahon. formerly sheriff of PI'well county and accounted one of the beat oiffcials in the state, is in the city today. lie is up from his honme in Deer Lodge on a husinees trip. The Knights of the Maccabees enjoyed their regular annual ball at A. U. h. hall last evening. 'I lihe ladies of the Catholic Benevolent suciety gave a very pleasant card pasty at the A. t. H,. hall last evening and about "' tables were used. atctive steps were being taken to bring the ,matter to the attention of the legislature andl that it would not he allowed to drop till every means had been used to make thae take Baole action on it. Up to date no one has beenl sent over to the capital, all the business being transacted by cor respondence, but it is possible that some onle ttlay be delegated to go to Helena to Io sonme active lobblylltg it it seems nec essary or expedient that auch action be taken. '1 he outluok is tar from discourag ilng and unlless sotmte utifurse(tll obstacle turns up tlhe associatlon has high hopes of victory. 'Ithe proplosition does ntot settLn to ble teetinfl with mlluch oppositioIn fronl the liuor dealers and all it needs is a steady backing, such as the association intends to give it. LAURA A. STANLEY'S SUIT AGAINST ADEL HENDRICKS Wants to Recover Sum of $897.60 by Foreclosing Mortgage on Property of Defendant. Laura A. Stanely today lrought suit in the district court against Adelite Hendricks toa recover the sumn of $897.60, and enforce thle payment of the money by the fCrelos ing of a mortgage which she hold upon property of the latter. The suit was brought upon a note for $8oo and interest, amounting to $97.6o, The interest accumulated in one year. The complaint states that the defendant gave the plaintiff a promissory note on February 3, 190o, in which shle 1arolnised to pay the latter $8oo one year a fter date, the note to bear one per cent interest per month from date to date. It was for a valuable consideration, the pleading al leges. T'lhe Iote also provided for five per cent attorney's fees, if it became Ineces.ary to sue to collect the paper, and the interest was pavable Lseilti-imonthly, according to the collmplaint. Th'lie plaintiff alleges that neither tihe note lnor interest was paid anld shle asks judgment accordingly for $897.60, anll attor nlcy'sfee of Sno, and costs of suit. "l'h Iplaintiff alleges that tile defendant secured the Ilcrte with a mortgage covering the real estate aslid improvemcnls on lot 40, in township 3 north, range 8 west, in the Summit \'alley miaing district, in this county, the ground being known as the apruce lode claim, and she wants the mortgage foreclosed and the property sold to satisfy the debt. J. L. Wines is her attornley. CHIEF JOSEPH WAS THERE BY ASO(CIAI1.,D paltai Washinlgton. Feb. 13.-Presidenlt and Mrs. Roosevelt's reception in honor of. the army and navy, the final formal evening levee of the season at the White house, was the most largely attended of the series. A picturesque feature of the re ception was the presence of Chief Joseph of the Nes Perces Indians, with half a dozen of his followers. They were attired in typical' Indian costume with their blankets wrapped around them. As they were introduced the president greeted them cordially and invited theml to join the receiviing panty. Classified Advertisements IcA Word Ic HELP WANTED-MALE WANT'EDf-P.oys. A. i). T. Company. MIN.N WA.N I'. ) for the united States Navy; machinalts, firemen, coal passers, elcctracians, shalpwrights. aeamen, ordilnary seamenl, landaltnll, apprentices, and mess aitt.ndants ; mntl~ t le American born cati. tens or have made leatl declaration of in. talutiolta to bect'tle ai lttirr. t)nly mnrn ot Sood character andl phy.ilqe need apply. For informatoln apply 1in pertonl or hy let. ter to Naval Recrultig Stlatiotl, Butte, Montana. IN'I'I,.I..,I IN I" MAN to call on blusinrss and professinonal menl; perulanent poutl tion and good pay. Manager, Box 78, I'lhladelphia. WANTl'lrI)-A partner in a good paying restaurant. Apply at Formel's, No. too West Purphyry, or No. j3a South Main. LOAN OFFICE Sl1ul li.'S I.OAN UFFIlC L-.No. aS last Park street. Moncy loaned on every article of v .lue. MONEY TO LOAN MON : a to loan ou aluy kind of security. The Davenport Co., als Hamilton street, LOANS--Money to loan at 8 per cent; no de;lays. Ilall BIrothers, No. 48 East Broadway, Butte, Montana. I.OANS.- On furniture; low rates. Room 2, No. 77 West Broadway. MONE. TO LO)AN--)Jacknan & Arai tase Co., Hirbour block, nIortheast corner Mant and Broadway. OCULIST AND AURIST I)R. T. A. tiGli,;--r.yr, car. nose, throat and lung-; priers moderate; terms cash. No. 41 Hirhour building. 'Phone s.laA. FURNITURE NEW COUiaillS. $5 up; tnew ralllger to exchange for old stoves and fltllittlure; storage. Occhsli, No. 4' Wtat llto.udlwy. NOODLE PARLORS M l'IIVAll Noodle l'arlourr--lmorters fine teas, noodles. Chan, Stule Meirah (o., No. 3 s, corner Mercury, the alley. ASSAYER JullN R.t BAP'TY--Assaer, No. i7 ll,.,. ilton street. Blutte, Montana. FITZ.PATRICK & i.EW IS-Assayersa. Successors ts A. B. Rohabauer, tol N. Wyo. st. 'Phone 659-B. P. 0. Box 114. PERSONAL WAN'TEDi-You to be protected in the Harrison Mutual Burial Association. See Sherman & Reed. COLLECTIONS BUTTE ADJUSTMENT COMPANY Collects bad bills; try It. is N. Main. FOR RENT FOR RENT-Nicely furnished front suite of rooms. No. so6 . Washington stree t. FOR RENT-Furnished front rouom,; modern. 9 Columbia at. TRANSIENT-Special, York block. No. 46 West Park. FOR REN;iTwo nicely furnished front rooms, with board, $jo each per mouth. All modern conveslence.. No. J3o West Granite. MODERN aix-room house, electrie light, bath, West Side, $JS per month. In quire at Dr. Eernhelm's, Hirbour building. HOTEL OXFORD-Rooms $so up. First elah ; modern conveniences. So. Main. SCIENTIFIC MASSEUR MRS. L. B. CARSON, scientifie masseur. Offices ... 274-275 l'ennuylvania build ig. 'Phone 997-B. MIDWIFE PkIVAT'E home for ladies. og Dlakota ast. SURGICAL ...fi. l e1ANON. M. L).--iGneral opera tive surgeon. Offices: as, a6, a7, Silvs Bow Block. Telephone 4os. PRIVATE SCHOOL MISS TURNLEY'S SCHOOL.-All grades taught. No. 431 West Mercury. Only private school. WANTED-DOG WANIlD)--'o buy large dogs with short h:lr. Great Daies preferred. Enquir.* office building, theater. Dick P. Sutton. TRANSFERS WIHY MOVE your household goods sad other valuables in an open wagon whea you can move so much cleaner, quicker and cheaper in our new vant? Call up Telephone a3. Montana Truck & Transfer Co. ONffe: No. IS West Broadway. FOR SALE---MISCELLANEOUS FIU.lNITLJI'L of three rooms fur sale. 544 Nevada Avenue. "FOR SALE'-- Restaurant and confection ery store, cheap. Apply at Forinel's, No. -og West Porlphyry street, or No. jaa South Main. CLEANING AND DYEING I'AUdISi' . 'S'isian Dye . .ilouse-All work guaranteed. No. 6o West Galena street. 'Phone 747-A. French dyeing and cleaning. FOR SALE BARGiA.. SI 1 ARGAINS ! $-6,ooo.oe worth of line fulrniture just bought from awellest house in the city; elegant now leather solas and chairs, $3,oou.oo bed room suit in nine pieces, good as new, only $S5o.oo. Butte Exchange Furniture Co., ao W. Broadway. FOR SALE-A cosy to-room lodging house; rent only $3j per month. Apply at Formal's, No. too West Porphyry street or No. 3a2 South Main. STOVE REPAIRS SCOTT Stove Repair Works removed to No. saj East Park. Telephone No. 48g. PHOTOGRAPHERS er; first-class work guaranteed. Nos s7y-asp East Park street. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE .OR SAl.l=--Great barglins in real estate this week. Apply at Formel's, No. soo West Porphyry or No. 3as South ialsin. * MEDICAL Aid lANA V.IAVI CUOMPAN Y-o. eta Goldberg Idock, Butte. We treat sue cessfully diseases of womro:, catarrk, stomach and bowel troubles. Vapor baths and massage treatment In connection. I ' The Best friend the Northwest Ever Had "The Road That Made the Northwest Famous." LKAV.S IIUTTE. For St. Paul and East, daily..8 tS p. a. Great Falls local, daily......9:4 a. a. ARRIVES BUTTK. From St. i'aul, daily...... s:S pI.r. From Great Falls and Ileleas, daily... ... ..........4:4o p. FULL INFORMATION FROM City Ticket Olfice, eo. 41 North Male street, ButteJ. . . Daweon, General Agent. P)ullman, Dining and Library Car Route to SALT LAKE DENVER KANSAS CITY OMAHA CHICAGO ST. LOUIS And All Eastern Points Short Line To Colorado. Arlzona and Mexico Sean raacisco, Ls Aageles (Oceas or Rail.) PORTLAND Red All Paciflle Bast Pestal ARRIVE. DEPART. No. g.....6:4ep.m. No. d...4:41 *i No. .....5 :4, m. N, a. N o...a . Ticket Office 105 N. Main Street Butte, Montana. H. 0. WILSON. GENERAL AOT. Atchison,Tope ka& Santa Fe Ry. Co. SANTA FE ROUTE 3 Trains Daily Prom Denver to Kansaes City and CRl. eage. Also the direst line to Galvec. ton, El Pass, City of Mexico and the mining camps of New Mexico aid Ar. sons. For particulars about the RE. DUCED RATES EAST this summer apply to C. F. WARREN, Genrral Agent, 411 Dooly Block Sat Lake City, Utah. Denver & Rio Grande and the Rio Grande Western Travel During Pall and Winter Seasons The journey to the East via Salt Lake City and along the shores of the Great Salt Lake through beau. tiful Glenwood, Colorado Springs and Denver is one of uninter. rupted delight in winter as well as in summer. In fact, the fall and winter seasons adds but a new grandeur and charm to the travel scenes and Infuses an element of variety and beauty to the unsur. passable wonders along the Rio Grande Western and Denver R Rio Grands lines. Through sleep. lag and dining car service. Per. sonally conducted weekly excur. Mions. For rates or lnformatioe apply to, G. W. FITZGERALD, Gen. Agent. Ticket Office 47 E. Broadway, Butte. Kemmerer Coal Sold by @I'I.MNIV ' @eMb. @0. INo. 4 Ea Broadway. WANTED Solicitors. Call or addres Circulator. INTER IOUNTAIN.