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QUOTATIONS ON NEW YORK STOCKS
(Reported by Coe Commissio Co.) New York, March as.-The opening and closing quotations were as follows: Open. Close. American Ice ..... ...... 7YM 7 do. preferred .......a.... 3j3 s Amalgamated Copper....... 7s 68 Anaconda Mining Co........ s6 as4 Atchison. Topeka & Santa Fe 8 14 68 do. preferred ............ 97% 974 Baltimore & Ohio............ . p9m Brooklyn Rapid Transit..... 614 65% Canadian Pacific............ag94 rp Continental Tobacco Co.....lj.4 is3H Chesapeake & Ohio........ 464 464 Chicago & Alton............ 319 3+ Colorado Southern ......... asH a6 Colorado Fuel & Iron....... 66 6gN Chicago Great Western..... s4 2494 Consolidated Gas .......... o6 so07 Delaware & Hudson........ 69 s69 SALT LAKE OQUOTATIONS Salt Lake Mining Stocks .. .. .. (Reported by Co. Commission Co.) Salt Lake, March as.-Following were today's mining stock quotations: Ajax ......... .. ......... .a Con. Mercur ................ 1.S39 Caris .. ......... .......... .sJ California ........ ...... ..... .o6 Daly West .................. 4.o07. Lareiae ........... ........ os Lower Mammoth ....... s...... s58 Mammoth .................. .30o May Day ........ ............ .1gH Ontario ..................... 5.25 Petro ......... ............. .19 Star ........... ...... ....... .14 Tetro ..... .............. 1754 LIVESTOCK QUOTATIONS BV ASSOCIATED P3 aE. Chicago, Mebh as.-Cattle--Receipts, ,400oo head; market slow, soc lower: good to prime steers, $firstname.lastname@example.org; poor to me dium, Jemail@example.com; stockers and feeders, $.7504.85 ; cows, $S.5004.60; heifers $firstname.lastname@example.org; canners, $S.600a.75; bulls, $2.2504.4o; calves, $3.oo0 7.ooo; texas led steers, =4.oo04.5o. Hogs-Receipts today, s7,ooo head; to morrow, as.ooo head; left over, 6,aoo head; market toc lower; mixed and butchers, $7.3007.60; good to choice heavy, $7.6507.8o; rough heavy, $7.3o(6! 2.35; light, $7.oB@7.45; bulk of sales, $7.4507.65. Sheep-Receipts, s1,ooo head; market steady; good to choice wethers, $5.so0 6.6o; fair to choice mixed, $4.so.5t.4o; Western sheep, $5.2J17.70; native lambs, $email@example.com" Omaha Livestock. South Omaha, March as.--Cattle-Re ceipts, S.Soo head. Market slow and toc lower. Native steers, $firstname.lastname@example.org; cows and heifers, SJ.2S04-15; canners, $2.oo@ 3.oo: stockers and feeders, $3.oo0004.oo calves, $J.email@example.com; bulls, stags, etc., $a.5o IN THE STREET TODAY Amalgamated and Anacon da Break and Decline is General. av ASSOCIATED PEPsI. New York, March as.-The majority of the prominent stocks showed fractional declines on the opening quotations; but there were conspicuous exceptions, notably Southern Pacific, Union Pacifc, Louisville, Wabash preferred and Mexican Central, which made slight gains, a here was a decline of 3 in Anaconda. Business was on a small scale. Buying became quite general when it was per ceived that yesterday's late liquidation was not renewed, and there was a number of sharp fractional advances., Southern Pacific advanced I . and Union Pacific, Rock Island, New York Central, Pennsylvania, Reading preferred and sugar considerable fractions. Heavy selling of St. Paul followed the rally and it reacted to 65g4 ex-dividend, a net lou of ;J. Amalgamated Copper lost /a. Other stocks fell off in sympathy and the gains were largely lost. The market revived wnen the selling for London account ceased. Bonds were irregular. Buying slackened gradually as prices reached a higher level, but the undertone remained firm. Some stocks made some further substantial progress upwards, par ticularly sugar, which touched 1a6. Canadian Pacific and Wabash preferred gained a point before theoarket turned downward again. A break iWAmalgamated to 68, a loss of nearly 3 points, precipitated selling at other points, and a number of leaders gave way immeumately. Reactions did not run far outside of Southern Pa cific, which sold below 63. COPPER MINING QUOTATIONS (Reported by Coe Commission Co.) Boston, Mass., March 25.-The cop per mining shares closed today as fol lows: Anaconda - ...... $114.00 Amalgamated - ..... 68.00 Osoeoala - - - - - 70.00 Parrot - - - - - - . 30.50 Mohawk . .... , . 54.00 Tamarack . ..... . . 168.00 Utah Con - . . . . . 28.50 Shannon . .... . . . 13.00 Centennial. . . ..... 25.75 U. S. Mining - ..... 21.75 St. Louis Wool, sY ASSOCIATED PREas. St. Louis, March as.-Wool market un changed. Territory and medium, @50y7c; western, Is016c; coarse, II013c. Chicago Wheat., SY ASSOCIATED PRESS, Chicago, March as.-The wheat pit ex perienced considerable selling pressure at the opening and May was off a shade to 4(u .tic, at 7Itr07ac. A better tone developed early and May adv.anced to 73ac. REGISTER TODAY. Open. Close. Erie ..r...r e... ...... s* SS do. first preferred......... 6s 6534 Hocking Valley Railway.... ros 1oJ34 Illinois Central ............139 13o8 Kansas City Southern....... sao sao Louisville & Nashville...... so3 sto. Leather ...... .. .... .25n sM4 Man.attan Consolidated ....1S38 3 8s M., St. P. & S. Ste. Marie... 7134 ? 1 Metropolitan Traction ......344 3434 Maclean Central .......... ISM 87 Missouri, Kansase &T. pfd.. si8 ss3 MissourI Paeie ............aol so34 New York Central ........ 354 js3 Norfolk & Western ........ 703oH Ontarlo & Westera ........ ao sNo1 Pennsylvania Railway ......4a3. 434 People's Gas .............so o Republic Iron & Seel ..... so so Readinn ...... .......... .9 5 s Uncle Sam ................. . s./ Victor ....... ........ ....r .24 Yankee ...................* . 4aJ2 Daly Jud ........ .......... to.ss Keystone ....... ............ .3o New York ........ ........... .as Sacramento ..... ............ .27 Silver Shield ................. .o7 Wabash ................... a7y Black Bes .................. .54 Bea Butler .................. .o8 Creole ...... ............ .39 E & R. B ..................... .67!/ Grand Central ................ 4.80 Martha Washington .......... .o4 Silver King ...... ....... .70 United States Minin .......... .24 Daly ....................... .o Hogs-Receipts, ts,ooo head. Market lousSc lower. Heavy, $7.a57.35:; mixed, St.ao0".aS; light, $7.ooO7a.o; pigs, $6.5o @7.oo: bulk of sales, $7.aoy0.as. Sheep-Receipts. 3,Soo head. Market strong. Fed muttons. $6.00o6.65; weth era, $5.5o06.4o; ewes, $firstname.lastname@example.org: com mon and stockers, $.oo0004.75; lambs, $email@example.com. Kansas City Livestock. BY ASSOCIAT.D Praa. Kansas City, March as.-Cattle-Re ceipts. 6,ooo head, including tooo Texans. IMarket steady to lower. Native steers, $3..Jt5.25 ; 'I exas and In..ian steers, $3.0So4.40: Texas cows, $S.~.oon 32 S: native cows and heifers. $1.5uu 14.50; stockers and feeders, $3..firstname.lastname@example.org; bulls, $.email@example.com; calves, $-.oo'U7.oo. Ilogs-Receipts,. 8.o,0 head. Market I, Set5c lower. Bulk of sales at $7.2a56 7.371j ; heavy. $7.3of717..37',J packers, $7.15( 7.30; medlium, $7.2517.4o ; light, $7.su'.fE7.35; yorkers, $7.3o07.35 ; Pig.' $o.15n. 7.o00. Sheep-Receipts. 3.000o head. Market Fteady. Muttons., $3.80t6.oo: lambs, $ t.o, 617. S: range wethers, $3.75"r6."o; cwts, $.;75 o 5.9o. WATER RIGHT CASE Beaverhead Canal Com pany vs. Dillon Con cern Now On. SPECIAL TO TIIE INTRER MOUITAIN. Dillon, March 25.-Master-'n-Chancery H. N. Blake today commenced to take the testimony in the water right case of the Beaverhead Canal Company against the Dillon Electric Light & Power Company. During the morning the master and resper. tive counsel visited the head of the ditches and this afternoon evidence was intro duced. The hearing will probably last three or four days. BAD BOYS LANDED IN JAIL Helena Lads May Be Found Guilty of Malicious Mischief. SPECIAI. T TlHE INTER EIOUNTAIv. Helena, March a25.-The police today arrested several boys, ranging in ages from to to 16, on the charge of malicious mischief. They unfastened the brakes upon a couple of cars at the Northern Pa. citic depot, allowing the cars to run down the grade, off the track and into the ditch. WILL ENTERTAIN TONIGHT Williamsburg Fire Department Are to Have a Blowout. The memnbers of the Williamsnburg fire department of the Colorado smelter will cn tertain at a banquet to be held in the fire station tonight. The banquet will commence at 8 o'clock Several invited guests are expected to be piresent. Schooner Lost in Collision. BY ASSOCIATED PRaLs. Vineyard Haven, Mass., March i..-Tlle loss of the big schooner Mary E. Morse, from Port Royal, S. C., to New Vork, with lumber, as the result of a collision oft Egg Harbor, N. J., yesterday with the Philadelphia and Boston steamer Parthian, was signalled to the tug Storm King by the Parthian as it passed , me yard Haven today. The Parthian had on board the crew of the schooner. To Increase Stock. BY ASSOCIATED PREss. London, March ag.-The directors of the Pennsylvania road today authorized an issue of stock amounting to 33 1-3 per cent of the outstanding stock. It is is sued at $6o a share, payable in three in etallments. The entire Lasue amounts to about $86, 000,000. POOSON, PELOUBET L CO. PubllcAccountants New York 2o mead stresS Chicago • Ma esttSe Sildlns 8t Louis - cwealesr kehigns Butte nemmeeS siens Open. Cose. Rock Island ............. 44 43$ Southern Reilway ......... 31a 3t do preferred ......... ... 91 9aP Southern Pacific ........... 6j4 6y4 St. Louis & San Francisco.. So ; 79 Smelter .................. 47f 471 Sugar Refinery ............1 a44 1a4 St. Paul ..................166% 1644 Tennesee Coastl Iron .... 6sH 63S: Teas Pacific ...........* s37 37! Union Pace ............ . 91. 9o07 United States Steel ....... s36 36 do preferred ............ 863 s6!/ Webal .. ................. as. 81 do preferred ............ 4091 407 Western Union ........... 88 88 Wiconsin Central ......... a6, as,s do preferred ......... 49 4 487 Money, Sy per cent. Total sales, So,.8oo shares. FRANTIC, A FATHER STABS HIS VICTIM Believing Dowdell Has Been Cause of Daughter's Ruin, Young Cuts Him. MISSOULA POST CLERK IS LIKELY TO DIE OF WOUND Young Is an Ovando Ranchman-Com ing to Missoula to Seek His Girl, He Learns Things Which Cause Him to Believe That Dowdell Has Ruined Her -Hunts Man Up and Stabs Him. SPECIAL TO THE INTIER MOUNTAIN. Missoula, March aS.--Carl Dowdell, clerk in the registry department of the Missoula postoffice, wa stabbed about ,t o'clock yesterday afternoon hy Joseph I.. Young. all O)va;nilo ranchlllan, and mItay (die as a result of his wo'llids. Yltung is unlder arrest., and gives as his excuse for the crime the claim thait Ilowdell rulinedl his daiilght.-r Ilessie, who h:s bellen at tending the Missoula Ilusiness college. l)owdell had been keeping company with the girl for somie tiune, .ol ii wits under tlodll thalt they were to li marrited as soon as the girl comiipleted h.,r .ucli,tioll at the blsinlless c'llhege. Th. girl hadi lien lhardingi withli Mii. (illenii. The latter write the girl's father that hill duglhiter had l ut l,, n se ti since I hursday. The lpareilt .uiie to MIis rolula as .olto as po.' ilule. Came for His Girl. l1i hunted up Mrs. t illen, who pl:ainly toil hili that she iuipcctetd IoOwlell 11:11 ruiiitel the girl and ha'd isent her to Mhiott. oir Il leni fori tell I t etilt. 'lilte fatheir hurried t. the pI t o,.,lice to se II) dell. l t.)ppiig Oi tihe wily ito IllirchliI- a lu I ckct :ii nllll knii'e. lie tilked with i)owd..ll ill the pliittieve for :I few lliit eis ;aii 1 - t. ile ta . t-i, t It Youlli ', rl n at thie M.issuulil hL tel. . Sofiti ,ritllds of a struggle a:,l riei:, e iiia:tited froml tilhe rimin., Sonir of the h t.l t.i::p!ies lttrried ill. lYounl was leaving. IDowdell wa trying)ili to get otio tihe hld. lie was la:lly wouilil. el front cuts ill the abdIuiieit. I':t of his initestinies prliotru eI froit a woniil, while he was blleediing profusely. Medical aid was sent for and the dctlors who ar rived dIid everytlhinig piossille to relieve the suffering iman. There were wiounds in the left arm as well as in the abllldoen. The worst wound was foundI in the re gionl of the na:vel. After the blade of the kllife cnt-red there it slteels to have beemi turtled around, thuls severiing the trans verse colonl or second blowrl. 'There is also a woundl under the right breast anlld another on the leIt side just aovlw, the hip borle. Dowdell Denies It. l)owldell denies havinKg haid ally iml proper relations with the girl. Young clairms, oil the conltry, thalt lie wanted l)owdell to illarry the girl, hit lite refused. lie also refused to tell the pa;ire.lt where she was. The father says that the re fusal of the young mail to right the wronllg angered him andl he cut hinl withll, the knife which lie had purchased to skini some animals at the ranch, I)owdell says that as soon ascm lie cui tere. Youngt's room the latter attacked. hiti. l)owilell hiis a tilhlilli'r liviiig here, and a sister, Mrs. II. II. IlUirllut. I)owdiell's cottiti li w.s reiorted qllite serious thlis Ilorllilg alind it is feared lie callllot survive. REGISTER TODAY. LITTLE BITS BY TELEGRAPH Over a Woman. Dallas, Texas. March -s5.- A dispatch frm Tutuncari. N. .1., 10, miles trm El Paso, gives me:agre details of a pistol duel in a dance hall which re.ulted in the kill ing of Iloffman Curley oald Ih.ery Woodl ward. the arrest of Woodward Young. Ver. na Carni and a man named Keitter of Clayton, charged with the shooting. The trouble is said to have been caused by a womant. Is Now an Ambassador. \Vashington, March as.-Private Berlin advices received here tell of the elevation to ambassadorial rank of Baron Mumm Von Schwarzenstein, who was, for a num. ber of years, secretary of the embassy. here. Hie is to relieve Count Vedal as im perial German ambassador at I(ome. To Sell a Railroad. Indianapolis, Ind., March as.-Sheriff Bray of Clay county yesterday received from the clerk of Marion county a legal notice under which he will proceed to sell the Terre Haute & Indianapolis railroad to satisfy a judgment of the superior court affirmed by the state supreme court. The judgment is for $913,945, and the aests are $1,986. Austria May Exhibit. Vienna, March 25.--As a result of the efforts made by the St. Louis Fair com missioner here, M. Stossini, the Austrian minister of commerce, is about to form an Influential company with a view to bring ing pressure on the government in favor of an Austrian official representation wt the St. Louis Exposition. REGISTER TODAY. CLASSIFIED ADS 1 CENT WORD Every Want Butte Business Directory 1 Cent Listed Here For the Benefit of Busy People. A Word HELP WANTED-MALE LIST YOUR work here. Help supplied free; plenty work now. St. Paul Eim Plt.ent oMfce, nto N. Main. 'Phone iSS. FOR RENT-ROOMS THE I.EL.LWOOD-Transents a specialty. sV. East Broadway, Ilutte. FI)I l RENT-a completely furnished housekeeping room.n ; heat, electric light, modern. Lipton Block, 4,ai, South Main. F.llI RENT-The Erwin, newly furnished rooms, modern conveniences, prices rc.i'.onable.: .ta East Park. T. ANR IN-pi-S.eiic, k a ork , N" 6, ! West Park. HOTI'EL OXFORD-Rooms $So up. First class; modern conveniences. So. Main. FOR RENT-STORES St)RE FOIL RENT--Storeroom on W\est Park, near corner Montana; build ingv .I3 hy 90 feet. with basement. Inquire ,I. hI. Mayer, 7 North Montana, Rutte. FOR RENT-HOUSES FtOR RIENT'-- ouse. and furniture for sale, at 65a ('oloradio street. ('all after I :ti p. In. EMPLOYMENT BUREAU P1' I.i.'S 'Employment Bureau. Supplies all help free. an N. Main. 'Phone aos. FOR SALE-FURNITURE SI'E('iAI.TY I^ARCAINS. I $;S.)oo hotel refrigerator, $35.00. I $·s.n new 33-inch wide leather ounger. only $45.00. $S5,o.3 bedroom u;ts, $35.o00 to $5o.oo. I fire,proof safer. $4.00; t at $65.0o. I ca.shier's $6b.oo dle.k. $.o.oo. I M foot $.J5.oo bookkeeper's desk, only I $3jn.co pilano. only $IS0.0o. i L,rge wall cases. $as..o. and $35.1,o. Ih,.s, refrige.rators, half price. RI' I I'E I XL'IIAN(i E FI:HNITI'RI. CO., Nos.. iN :a1,1 'West Itrad3lway. FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS 1(t l; , I , 11.1 1in. w ig n, ha ,ne , and S,.o splh'Ilid lhiog hrse.. Very 1cheap. KH.i~II & . Mc.l)owll. FOR SALE -REAL ESTATE I o'r ro1om hon., and large lit, S.lth Sil!, $0,0; pa:rt cash. I ,,t ion W est Itroatlw:y, $.15o. I.t on South idaho, clot. in, $c;o. I,,t ,. t :lfornia Ave...iox ,o,, $.;so. I YNOI).DS & %1M'li3)\I.1.. ASSAYERS 'i HOMAS UL(;(;Y, assanyer and chenmist. No. IJo North Main street, Bittte. FI'ZI'ATRICK & LiEWIS-Assayers. SuIcceslors t) A. D. Ro:.ihalier, 1o8 N. Wyo. tt. t'Phone 659 . I'. P.. Box 334. AWNINGS, TENTS AND COVERS Ai.l. KiNDS made to order. Axanoder uacanutlay, 33a South Main. P'hone 62. LADIES' TAILORING SI'ItSY.3) t)HI)tI(, i"S anil uipwsar :,Io ladies' own goods; fit Kg arllantret l. New York ladies' Tailor, ao.t W. (;,.rnite str.e i. BUSINESS CHANCES Ij.'l SAl.lI -(.I . accoun. t ,of trouble in f;unily of former ownIers., we are able to, ulltr one of the Ihst-paying lodging hou,ss" in Ilutte for $Vo.+ Les tlh n its valu,,; house is on BIroadlway, in crtllrr of Ithe city, anid the rooms333 are always full; pays a profit of $3oo per mon3th, biesiide gi( ing tIhe owner two large roomlll for hon.ckeeping. (Can sell for $1,3oo; part cash and rest on time. RIEYN(OL.S & M'lI)WiL.I., 46 Fast BIroadway, Butte. BAR FIXTURES .'A..i AI) S ..'E.3NDlI IIA) IIAR( FIX. t3,".. billiard and pool tables for sale at b I'ast (;raunite( street, LButte. T'lhhe lirumu .wick-ltalke1 ('ollendler e'nmpa)y. EXPRESS WAGONS CLEANING AND DYEING PA U U ';, J'S aruian iDye Hlouse-All ,ork lguaraltccd. No. Go \Vest Galena stlret. 'I'uone 747-A. :rencb dyeing and clc:mning. COLLECTIONS BUTTI'; Ai)JUSTMENT COMI'ANY Collcts had bhils; try it. ass N. Maia. PORTO RICANS HONOR MISS ALICE ROOSEVELT San Juan, P. R., Marcn as.--There was a granld reccption in the theater here last night un 'er the auspices of the citizens' committee in honor o' Miss Alice Roose velt, fol lowing an elabo rate dis play of frreworks on the plaza which lasted ` 'till about so o'clock and was witnessed by Miss R oose. velt, who Sre aceived a tremen dous ova tion from the peo fIp le gath ered on Governor Hund. Ie plass and on the roofs of houses. One of the w Jý We are positive that you will be more than pleased with the result. CARPENTER AND JOBBER SATI IS VAUTOIv Ywork, lowest estilstes. W. E.. Wynne, No. as East P'orphyry. 'Phone 6as-F. CARPET CLEANING IIl' IlI. I I'it4)ll S L 1.l(ItN and Struin t'arpet ('leaning Co. have doubled their capacity for doing good work this season. Estimates furnished free. No trouble to call. Telephone h,ol-M. George E. Shall manager. Works corner Montana and PI'orphyry. W.':sr SIt1. I'LC('TRI.- CARI'E. I Cleaning Co.- Carpets sewed. remod eled, Oriental rugs scoured. IJO W. Broad way. Telephone A67A. BOOKS AND STATIONERY Nt)VIl.I S bought, old allll exchanged, at Palnller's. No. 58 Iast Broadway. DRUGGISTS REMOVED-I Thl- wh Owl Pharmacy to 54-56 East lrnoadway, opposite the Thiornton. ELECTRIC BATHS I"l.l(.T'I( IC 1(l.A IM;MEN I'S---Iuody mtas sage, chiropnoly, supcrthl,lus hair re moved. I'arlor, 45 .N () wrley. HAIRDRESSING h114S. A. Iharlllki(11 . hairdmesing, manicure, chirrpullist. 114 West ildwy. HARNESS AND SADDLES I1:S I' workmanaship, luowe .,t p aices guaran teed. Alexalehr M;cahluy, No. IIa South Main. 'I'hone 6a. HOUSE MOVNG II 1(5i1N & 55,sMITH --Ilouse n inVi :nIe raising, S17 W. Park. I'hom". RAt. LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY C(11' AINS lauindered anId d.lrnle, _s Ihcents il up palir. 517 .outh Muntirna. LOAN OFFICE lSUW AL'S AN Odsl t.---Nu tb P ast Park street. Money loaned on every article of v .lue. MONEP. Y TO I.LOAN--low rate of interest. At (;irsonl's, No. 4 ast Pl'ark. MUSIC TEACHERS Ji illN N. I1.S(iN- Teacher violin, manii dlin. 48A W. (;ranite. 'lhonle Na'/M. MIS. A. I.. IIAR''I.EY -Curlltist. In. stlrlctions l iven. 14 W. Copper. MIDWIFE hMI(S. II. WAI.l.AClE-l'rolcusional mid, Sife; home in confinlement. 436 S. Wyonling St. PI. VA'TE.houme for ladies. ug Uakoltast. MONEY TO LOAN M(OJ Y I' O) ILOAN on real estat, ranlch property, livestock, pilanus or furniture. irinll in y).r lproposiionu . McRaLe & Soulvenll, 4i West Park, Rlooim 5. MONEY '1(O LOAN at 8 per cent on real estate for from one It three years Smith & Jeffries, No. 1t West (;raniite. SI.1'.MONS & IIUtO'lll will negotiate a lu,~a for you on real estate security. Ronms ,. I, 1, 3, Silver Bow Block. MONEt to loan on any kind of security. The Davenport Co., t25 Hamilton street. LUANS-Money to loan at 8 per cent; no delays. lHall Brcthers, No. 48 Last lroadway, Butte, Montana. ":uo-NS- -(i furniture; low'riete... oor a, No. 77 West Broadway. MOU;IEILI. TO) i.OAN-Jackmnaq i tage Co., Ilirlour block, nor.tlast corper Mai.. and Broadway. Grand Ovation Tendered the Daughter of the President at San Juan, pieces, representing President Roosevelt, was .5 feet high. The interior of the theater was deco. rated profusely and displayed the word "Welcome," formed of electric lights. Miss Roosevelt spent two hours shaking hands. She will leave for the interior to. day, accompanied by the governor and Mrs. Elizabeth Hunt, Thomas Hunt, the governor's brother, and Mrs. Thomas Hunt, Miss Beatrice Buck, the governor's ward and Secretary Bliss. The party will be away four days and will visit Cayey, Ponce, Mayaguez and the intermediate towns as well as the principal sugar cs tates. The inhabitants of Ponce have planned a big reception for Miss Roosevelt. Cape May Hotel Burns. 3Y ARSOCIATED PRESS. Cape May, N. J., March as.-The Ma rine Villa hotel, valued at $6o,ooo, was de stroyed by fire today, STOVE REPAIRS Me sae Bast Park. Telephone N" qXe MASQUERADE COSTUMES IA1l1. TOlffNimT.^eclisaire costufaning. Noe. sea West Granite. Masks, wisl, rent or sale NOODLE PARLORS 'A W~" fl Parr;;;,'i-.m;orters t.n; teau, soodles. Chau, Sule Meiwah Co.. No. i o, corner Mercury, the alley. MESSENGER SERVICE hitM Worldjs "bas o5phoneI joo OCULIST AND AURIST and lung; prices moderate; terms cas.. No. 43 Hirbour building. 'Phone 9s4A. PERSONAL A fIo PN laP WPOMEN l)r. llit1' antit. spgicl eantle. aiauaranlteed a isf.e ;anal su.re lprotection. olasitively curel sall t(leald disorderl. I'Psccr $ ; tles. WVrite for circular to IPr. liill Medicine Co.. . IIt ao.17, Spaokahe. PHOTOGRAPHERS il S.l:ATi .t & ll)ohlSUt)-- P't.,iut .plp. ers; irst class work guaranteed. Nos, a7 jat IFast Palk street. PRIVATE SCHOOL hlISS I lNL.IY'S SCoU)L,--All gIrades taught. No. 43J Writ Mercuary. Only pat vate shel'Il. SECOND HAND GOODS til. II.,'al a. Wi. ' t 11 ,.tl ,.si , pi ave ithe highl,"t a sh pricr for rtal Ind hai sla:tiaae tar tall blat ti ania faartaatirer pyi, Iraight to in, ighLolra ,g tA 1a . I'.ascks I'.tar or exchanges, yaoua arniture. \'A:c'TlI)l Second h;and urniture bnuillTi asnd sald. Noa. ;n EI':ag PaIrk stretl lnitle TaI' laIl.nea toa-1 . E. McNataara. SCIENTIFIC MASSEUR MRS L. B. CAIRSoN, scittifi,: masseur. Oekra ..os. y74-t75 Pennsylvania build Ing. 'Phone 997-3. SURGICAL . I. II"ANSON, M." i).--Gencral oper. tive surqcon. Offices: as, 26, a;, Silver Bow Black. Telephone 4os. SCAVENGERS F'. ..l4l I i'.SKy ', ,,....d4 t N1--Mercury; night work. Orders promplly filled. SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED i)4 Nail' S..I. OIR I'X('IIANH;I; your old sewing mllachialre. iSee te, I will guarantee to stake it like new, at Straits er'a, a.a West Hrroadway. TAILORING Rtock, lowest pr cis, sat r ae. tory work. lThe Ulg 4 -4 South Wyo. ming. i)AN CAl.)l..k- - sailur. New deuilna spring and summer woolens. Jat N. Main. ACCORDION PLAITING 'is West iroadway. Phone 93-l. TRANSFERS WlIY MOf fi yourbuuxeuIdfwI gods a other valuables in an open wagon when you can move so much cleaner, quicker and cheaper In our new van? Call up Telephone aj. Montana Truck & Transfer Co. OffNce: No. is West Broadway. JUNK-HIDE DEALERS (,Oltl)Oi & P IdtLs(N Scrap -ins metal, hides. No. a.o East Platinum. 'P'hone 639. WANT THE PRESENT OFFICIALS TO QUIT TRINIDAD FOLK WISH GOVERNOR TO LEAVE AND WILL CABLE JOE CHAMBERLAIN ON IT. BY ASSO('IAIED PRE.SS Port of Spain, Trinidad, March a$.-. The chamber of commerce has adopted a resolution providing that a cable dispatch be sent to Colonial Secretary Chamber lain, urging the immediate removal of the governor of this island, Sir Cornelius Moloney and the principal officials, "in whom the public has entirely lost confi dence," and asking for the appointment of a royal commission of inquiry. The populace is quieter. The bodies of •a of the men killed during the rioting were buried today. oSchley in 'Frisco. San Francisco, March as.-Admiral Schley has finally consented to accept sev eral formal dinners and luncheons in this eity. Vallejo and Mare Island will be vis ited by the admiral and party on Thursday and on Saturday night they will start to return East by way of Portland, Seattle and Salt Lake.