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QUOTATIONS ON NEW YORK STOCKS
(Reported by Coe Commission Co.) New York, March a7.-The opening and closing quotations were as follows: Open. Close. American Ice ............. 7h 7 do. preferred............. 31 Amalgamated Copper.......6834 67. Anaconda Mining Co.......ss6 s16 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe 8a%4 So4 do. preferred............. 96 97 Baltimore & Ohio........... gs p9 Brooklyn Rapid Transit..... 664 65 Canadian Pacific ...........13o 3i4 C., C., C. & St. Louis....... 9p go9 Chesapeake & Ohio....... 46 444 Chicago & Alton............ 3214 3* Colorado Southern.......... s4 as Colorado Fuel & Iron....... 654 64% Chicago Great Western...... a4!/ 24 Delaware & Hudson........6814 :66 Erie.... ................. 359 34 SALT LAKE QUOITATIIONS (Reported by Coe Commission Company.) Salt Lake, March s7.-Noon call on stock eichange: Ajax .........................$ .a6 Con. Mercur .................... I.S6. Caris ........................ ..3I1 Century ...................... .53Y California .................... .oS5 Daly West .................... 40.45 Lareine ...... ............. 05 Lower Mammoth ............. .571/ Mammoth .................... .316 .May Day ..................... .19Y Ontario ...................... 5.50 Petro ........................ .to Star .......................... .1441 Tetro ........................ .17 U tah .......................... . 7z' LIVESTOCK QUOTATIONS BY ASUOCIAI'ED PRlSS. Chicago, March 2a.-Cattle-Receipts, s,ooo head; market steady to strong; good to prime steers, $5.oo@S.5o; poor to me dlum, $3.750@475; stockers and feeders, $2.7504.85; cows, $firstname.lastname@example.org; heifers, $email@example.com; canners, $z.Su@a.75; bulls, $aS.2@4.So; calves, $firstname.lastname@example.orgS; Texas fed steers, $3.oo@4.So. Hogs--Receipts today, 2,300oo head: to morrow, z3.ooo head; left over, 6.800oo head; market slower; mixed and butchers, $7.2o07.4o; good to choice heavy, $7.40@" 7.60; rough heavy, $email@example.com); light, $6.,firstname.lastname@example.org; bulk of sales, $7.2ao0 7.40. Sheep-Rcceipts, 5.ooo head; market steady; good to choice wethers. $5.5o@ 6.50; fair to choice mixed. $4.Sok(1.5o; Western sheep, $5.504S6.So; native laImbs, $SS'.@7.5so; Western lambs,. $5.501.7.50. Kansas City Livestpck. DY ASSOCIA1ED PRI.SR. Kansas City, March 27.-Cattle-Re ceipts, 2.00ooo head, including 25o Texans; anarket steady; native steers, $email@example.com; Texas and Indian steers, $J.firstname.lastname@example.org; Texas cows, $2a.o@.i3.75; native cows and heifers, $email@example.com; stockers and fceders, $3S.o@(n.oo; bulls, $2.oo@s 3.go; calves, S.l.o0 7.oo. II THE STREET TODAY BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. New York, March a7.-A vigorous up ward movement set in at the opening on the offer of the treasury to purchase bonds.. St. Paul rose z ' and Union Pacific rose , on the transfer of soo shares. The spurt in prices was immediately availed of to liquidate and the market turned abruptly downward, the reaction running to about a point in St. Paul, Canadian Pacific, Amalgamated Copper, Mectropolitan Street Railway and Smelting. Persistent selling of Pennsylvania and New York Central depressed the whole market. New York Central fell i and Pennsyl vania s;j below last night; Southern Pa cific lost ts, Baltimore & Ohio, Chesa peake & Ohio and Norfolk & Western a point, and there was a decline of 6/ in New Jersey Central on one sale. Nash ville, Chattanooga & St. Louis, North American, American Woolen preferred and Pump advanced t to r'. Railroad bonds were irregular at noon. The refunding offer of the secretary of the treasury resulted in an advance of % in the bid price for the old 4s, while the bid for the as registered was lowered s, and for the coupon f4. Room sentiment became very pessi mistic on the absence of support to New York Central. Bear traders olffered it down steadily in large blocks to 131, compared with J13S at the opening. Pennsylvania points in Southern Pacific and a point in losses were pronounced, including two points in Southern Pacific and a point in St. Paul, Canadian Pacific and Missouri Pacific; St. Louis & San Francisco and Manhattan General Electric fell ,i3. COPPER MINING QUOTATIONS (Reported by Coe Commission Co.) Boston, Maroh 27.-The copper min ing shares closed today as follows: Anaconda .- - . . - $116.00 Amalgamated - - " - - 67.50 Osceola - - - - - 72.37 Parrot - - - - - - - 80.50 Mohawk - - - - - - 54.00 Daly West - - * - - 42.00 Tamarack - - - - - -155.00 Utah Con - , - - r * 28.50 Shannon .- . . - - 13.12 Centennial- - - - - - 26.00 Trinity - - - .- . . 11.00 United States - - - . - 24.50 REGISTER TODAY. POOSON, PELOUBET & CO. PublicAccountants New York ,- 20o Brod Street Chicago * Marquette Bullding St. Louis C chemloal Building Butte liennessy Building . -- - - L _* Open. Close. do. first preferred........ 67aj 667i do. preferred ............ 97 97 Hocking Valley preferred... 97 97 Iowa Central .............. 37 36 i Kansas City Southern....... 3o! 30 Louisville & Nashville .......s 9 117 Lead. .................... 6 6 Leather.................. sa sa Manhattan Consolidated.....tJ'/j4 s383 M., St. P. & S. Ste. Mase... 69N 6g9 Metropolitan Traction....... s36I 135 .Mexican Central..........., t 2a6 Missouri, Kansas & Texas... ss.i as do. preferred............. SS3 541/ Missouri Pacific .............o8 o7 New York Central .........s35%4 sja Norfolk & Western......... 77:3 69i Northwestern .... ......... t3j 8s North American............ oa 1oe Ontario & Western......... 30o 30 Pennsylvania Railway ....... 4o4 13 174 People's Gas ..............soa osHt Uncle San .................... as Victor ........................ .a3' Yankee ...................... .41 Daly-Judge .................... to.o Black Bess .................... 0S Ben Butler ................... .08 Creole .................. ...... 3 • ' Daly ........................... a.oS I. & U. B....................... 65 (;rand Central ................. S.1 Keystone ...................... .07 Martha Washington ............ .04! New York ..................... aJ!/ Sacramento .................. .2a6 Silver Shield ................. .o6V Silver King ................ .. .70 United States Mining .......... s4.75 Wabash ....................... .26ya IIogs-Receipts, Sooo head; markct strong. Sc higher; bulk of sales, $7.S5(x) 7.30; heavy, $firstname.lastname@example.org/,; packers, $7.to 07.JS: medium, $7.:o0 7.4o; light, $7.oo .7.Jic;; Yorkers, $6.oo07.oo. Sheep-Receipts. a,ooo head : market strong; muttons, $S.8oG6.5n; lambs, $5.75 67.45; range wethers, $4.8u(t6.2o; ewes, $email@example.com. Western steers, $2..,ot5.oo; \Western cows, $J.ooo 3J.9o. Omaha Livestock. SY ASSO('IAT'tb i'I.SS. South Omaha, March 27.-Cattle-Re ceipts ,3Joo head. Market, strong to Sc highc-. Native steers, $4.0o0t5.3o; cows and heifers, $3.-.t4.25 ; calnners, $2.oo@ ;.oou; sto:kers and feeders. $3.0oL'4.75; calves, $3.oui 6.5o; bulls, stags, etc.. $2.5o (n 4.00. Ilogs--Receipts 4,500 head. Market, strung to Sc higher. Hetavy, $7.-5t7.33; mixed. $7.200o 7.25: light. $7.15477.20; pigs, $6.5o@;.ao; bulk of sales, $7.ao~ 7.-'5. Sheep-Receipts 2.500 head. Market, steady. Fed muttons, $firstname.lastname@example.org; weth ers, $5.5sf6.uo; ewes, $4.30(05.754; conm mon and stockers, $.email@example.com; lamb., 5.;7561 7.35. HE Will 101 HUTl BY ASSOCIATED PRtSS. Cheyenne, Wyo., March 27.-I). C. Nowlin, state game warden, has received a letter from William Loch, Jr., secretary to President Roosevelt declaring "the president does not intend to do any hunt ing while on his Western tour either in Wyoming or elsewhere." BOYS FROM 'FRISCO ARE TO CARRY THE MESSAGES Rumor That Western Union Will Import Lads to Take the Places of the Local Strikers. There may he some very strenuous do ings on West Broadway in the near future. This morning a new story got into circu lotion to the effect that the Western Union company has sent to San Francisco for a carloads of the lads who sell papers on the streets of the California metropolis, who will be brought to Butte and put to work delivering messages in the place of the boys who are out on a strike. These boys, so the story goes, will be selected with a view to their ability to take care of them selves and protect the messages that may be intrusted to them. Those who are pos sessed of that virtue technically known as "being handy with their mitts," will stand the best chanes of securing the jobs. Manager Posey of the \Vestern Union says he knows nothing of such a plan. An animnated group of strikers were dis cussing the rumor outside the offices of the company this afternoon. "Say, I hear drt dey're going to get a hunch of gazales from 'Frisco to come up here and scab on de union. Dose wise guys'll wish dcy didn't never leave de Golden Gate if dey gets mixed up wid de rock-t'rowing bri gade." said one small picket, whose fhair might prove an inspiration to a follower of the Oriflame. Manager Posey of the company says that there is nothing in the story so far as he knows. If there is any truth to it the proposition must have arisen in some other place, since the local officials have not re ceived any word or instructions in regard to it. Postmaster Irvin has received word from Washington authorizing him to cancel the contract which the Butte postoffice has with the Western Union company for the de livery of special delivery letters. When the strike was first declared the postoffice began employing its own messengers, and has done so ever since. It was not con sidered safe to trust important messages to new men who were not only Inexperi enced in that work, but might be attacked and lose the message intrusted to them. There have been a number of very funny stories told on the streets in regard to the progress of the strike of the A. D. T. boys. This morning a new one was sprung that sees the limit and goes it several bet. ter. The boy who carries the boycott banner has struck. Tired of making the weary march up and down In front of the offices of the company, and feeling satisfied that he was not getting treated right, the stand ard bearer has withdrawn from the feld and will not work. For a time today there was no boy to proclaim to the world that the Western Union company had been giving the boys the short end of the deal, for the herald himself had decided that he was not being treated with proper respect, and promptly lsid off. Open. Close. Repullic Tron & Steel .... .. ao 194 Heading.................. O9 58 Hock Island............. 41H 4354 Southern Railway.......... 32j 314 do. preferred ............ 92!4 9.j Southern Pacific............ 64 61t! St. Louis & San Francisco... 79.4 77y Smelter... ............. 4914 4734 do. preferred .............tas4 24 St. Paul . .... ....... i6 4 6a.; Tennessee Coal & Iron...... 66;4 64.4 Texas Pacific............... 37 J37 Union Pacific .............. 9a 9oo United States Steel......... 36.4 j6 do. preferred ............ j$68, 8511 Wabash .................... a8i 28 do. preferred............... Sot 4,j Wisconsin Central........... 341 J4-4 do. preferred........... 48'4 47* Wheeling & i.ake Erie....... 24 23 Money at 5 per cent. Total sales, 87.,ool shares. MOROS ARE NOT SO BAD AS SOME BELIEVE Pershing Says Natives Have a Few Really Admirable Characteristics. WHEN A FRIEND TO A MAN A MORO IS A REAL ONE Are Ignorant of the Intentions of the United States Regarding Them and Cannot Conceive Any Other Kind of a Government Than a One-Man Affair Capt. Pershing Seems to Think That in Time They May Round Up All Right SY ASSO('IATP.D PR'.S. Washington, March 7.---(Captain John J. Pershing, Fifteenth infantry, who has been in comnma.nd in the Mor ' coultry, has written a letter under date of Camp V\ick era, January J8, to a personal friend in the war department in which lie gives in detail malny interesting facts in cinnectionl with the disturbances in Mindlanao. Captain Plershing paid that after he was placed in charge of Mor aftfaira by Gen cral Davis because he apparently cnull get along with them he worked on the theory that it is necessary to establish mutual conflllidence between the Moros :andi the T'sited States. "If we are to govern therm without a lot of trouble." lie endeavored to demotntrate to them that the United States is their friend, hav ing no desire to carry them off inllt slavery or to take anytlhing belonging to them without paying for it. This, he writes, is all contrary to what they have beien accustomed to inl the past. The Spaniards and Moros could not get along together well. The Moros were very jealous of their religion and the Spaniards tried to civilize them by bailtizing some of them. There were atrocities conmmnitted on both sides as a result of these differences. Believe in One-Man Power. Captain Pershing says the Moros do not realize any other kind of a government than a one-mian power. lie says he has ,been able to keep all the promises Ihe made which enabled him to be more suc cessful in the command of that district. They regard -him as representing the presi dent of America and are somewhat un easy as to what his successor will do. The question of slavery is closely connected with their religion and is something of a vassalage or serfdom and not the slavery known in this country. He thinks it is a subject that shoiyd remain untouched un til it is umderstood better. The Moros, he writes, should have a governement which they can understand and it should be the policy of the United States to let it alone, but to make each sultan and datto responsible for the acts of his people. "We cannot afford," he says, "to tear down their established form of government without giving them something better, and I fear it will be a long time before this can lbe done." The Maciu camnpaigns have had a con vincing effect as to the impossibility of any natives escaping punishment when they commit depredations. Are Not So Bad. Captain Pe'rshiing says the Moros have some admirable traits of character. "On(ce a friend they always go the limit for him. They are industrial and raise rice and agricultural crops. The Moro is capable of great things from an agricul tural standpoint. The land is somewhat like the Mohawk district and the district compared to that about I.ake George." Captain Pershing says he believes the troops could march around the lake now and be received in a friendly spirit every where except at Bacolod, lie has a num ber of reliable secret service Moros, and they inform hint of the conditions and feel ings among their countrymen. lie says there are about 75,000ooo people that live in that region, and they are in a fair way to become real friends. He says this is an achievement he would be proud of, and is almost ready to promise it, add ing, though, he may encounter some old hard-headed savage to whom' we shall have to administer a severe lesson. SCaptain Pershing in conclusion says it Sis the most interesting work he has yet had in the army, and he hopes to remain and be permitted to work out the problems, PERSONAL Governor Mickey of Nebraska says it is r the greatest joy of his life that he has had I the courage to resist such worldly tempts. tions as the dance, the card game and the Stheater. The Minneapolis district court has de cided that the bondsmen of Mayor Ames r of that city must pay the entire cost of Sbringing the absconding official back ffom his Maine retreat. The bill will amount to t over $s,ooo. *M. M. Stephens, who has been mayor of SEast St. Louis for eight consecutive terms, has just received the unanimous nomina * tion of the citizens' party for a ninth term Sin that office. \hen be assumed the func s tlons of his office in 1887 the city had but 14,000ooo ihabitants; now the census gives Sit 45,ooo. REGISTER TODAY. . , CLASSIFIED ADS 1 CENT WORD Every Want Listed Here HELP WANTED-MALE Dl''IiCTIV F- SilR i.\D, RItRELIAllI. man wanted in every locality for profit abl'e secret service; experience unneces ary. \\ rite American Detective Assoaa don. Indinnapolis, Ind. '.\\ IA 1E--Good coatmaker: steady work, nlon wagers. M. lHarachfeld, 14 North N'atmlitg street, LIS I' YO'UR work here. Ilelp supplied free; plenty work now. St. Paul Etlm plolt ent office. lto N. Main. 'Phone 355. \ A.\NTI'I) -Hoyos, at once. Apply at 3.J" \,ortlt Main. FOR RENT-ROOMS Till I I.i.V. t) )i)--Tranitents a specialty. l, Iast iBroadway. Iuttte. "FOR RENT---a complertely furnished llousekeepilng rooms; heat, electric light, modern. I'ption Iliock, 4ia!. South Main. Ftlk t RENT -The Erwin, newly furnished itits, modern conlveniences, prices reasoahlle; a;ja last Park. iRANSI ENTi SpecialYoiTIEt k Ic 66 West Park. HOTEL OXFORD-Rooms $so up. First class; modern conveniences. So. Main. FOR RENT-HOUSES FO()R ENT- - loutse, andl flurnituire for sale, at 65a Colorado street. Call after I :|,o p. nI. F it REINT-tl'pper imodern six ronm flat. 32j1 N. Jackson. Apply 733 W. Qulartz St. Rent reasonable. FOR SALE-FURNITURE SI'ECIAILTY IIARGAINS. I $;-.oo hotel refrigerator, $ 5. no. I $s5.oo ' new 33 inch wide leather lounge, only $45.00. $ioi llbedroomti suits. $1,Si,oo to $50.00. I iteprouf safe, $4.tit; I at $,5.uo. I c 1,%hier's $65.t,, desk, $So.,n. I t foot $35.,oo Iuokkeelpr's desk, olly I $ So.,o pliano, only $Soo.nl,. . Ilarge wall alce,. $-5. andlll $,.;S.0. Iltme refrigeritors, half price. I' I F; iXCIIANI;E FUtNITiU;RII. CO., No,. IN tind .i \\West JBroadwa;iy. FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS Flit SAEI.I. \'ahlalble I.,ok., on mi.ehan I, a.drswing. Aipply at Duce. INo Southi .'R l .l.l I line wagon, h.Inoli iand 1 .. i pI mlig, ha l orses, . Vely chtt lp. Ik.rhl, l ' Mcliowell. ASSAYERS Tilt' iAS IUt(G;Y, ae';ayrr and chemist. No. iuo North Main strect, lintte. FITZPATIt1CK & L W IS-Assayers. Successors t A. B. Rot.bater, to8 N. Wyo. at. 'Phone 659-B. P. O. Boa Is4. AWNINGS, TENTS AND COVERS A... KINI)S made to order. Alexander Macaulay, Isa South Main. :Phone 6a. LADIES' TAILORING SUITS TO ORDER, $as and upward; also ladies' own goods; fit guaranteed. New York L.udies' Tailor, aoj W. Granite street. BAR FIXTURES NIEW ANiD SECOND.IHANI) BAR FIX. tlres, billiard and pool tables for sale at 36 East Granite street, Butte. The Brunswick- Italke-Collender coimpany. CLEANING AND DYEING PAUMIE'S Parisian Dye House-All work guaranteed. No. 60 VWest Galena street. 'Pion. 747-A. French dyeing and cleaning. COLLECTIONS BUTTE ADJUSTMENT COMPANY- Collects bad bills; try it. ass N. Malim CARPET CLEANING BtI T'. UPIPIIOLSTERIN(; and Steamn ('arlet ('leaning Co. have doubled their capacity for doing good work this season. Elatimat,. furniished free. No trouble to call. Telephone 668-M. George I'. Shale, manager. Works corlner M,vltana and Porphyry. WI.ST SII)Il E CI.I:CT'I(IC CAIRPET (l.aning Co.--Carpets sewed, remnod ell, Oriental rugs scoured. ajo W. Broad wa. l'elephone 867A. LITERARY NEWS Makes Another Stride. Cnkcy's Home Journal gives its read ers another pleasing surprise Iy another increase in the number of pages, eight mnlor being added in the April issue. T'he April number opens with five good shurt stories, which are followed by "Window and Veranda Boxes," by l'.beu E. Rex ford; "How to Care for Canaries," by Marguerite B. Arnold; "1low a Woman May liecome a Leader," by laura A. Smith; "Entertaining in a Simple Way," by Katherine Prindiville; "Original De signs for Waists," by Genevieve long; "Practical Lessons In l.ace and KEmbroid ery-Making," by Grace Bishop; "lessons in Home Dresmaking," by May Manton; "Dawn of Love Walts," for piano, by A. A. lord; "Piano Playing," by Dr. M. I.. Quinn; "Vocal Training," by Prof. Henry Dickson. April Cosmopoltan. The April Cosmopolitan is a carefully balanced magazine. It appeals to the in dividual tastes of the many, atws the many tastecs of the individual. There are 57 stories and articles--ro pictures. Chief place is given to a striking article on "The Americanization of the Canadian North west," written by William R. Stewart. A personal sketch of Bjornsterne Bjornson, the prophet-poet of Norway, is most enter tainingly written, and is illustrated with a number of beautiful photographs of the poeut's home. "To Love or 'o Be Loved," is a philosophical essay by Lavinia Hart, n die aeurse of whiek she shows that to Butte Business Directory For the Benefit of Busy People. TRY'S We are positive that you will be more than pleased with the result. CARPENTER AND JOBBER SATISFACTORY work, lowest estimates. W. F. Wynne, No. ii East Porphyry. 'Phone 6ss-F. BOOKS AND STATIONERY NOll. .S bought, sold and ,chnugid, at Palmer's, No. 58 East Broadway. DRUGGISTS RE MOVEI?)- 'Th Owl Pharmacy to $4 56 East Broadway, opposite the Thornton. ELECTRIC BATHS ii1J ilt.lir ii' TIiATiN rI'S-ilod, maIs sage. chiropody, superfluous hair re moved. Parlnrs 45-48 Owsley. HAIRDRESSING M*RS. A. '14 IlRT I'GliT, hairdressing, manicure, chiropodist. 114 West Bdwy. HARNESS AND SADDLES BilE S. workmnanship, lowest prices guaran. tecl. AlexanIder Macaulay, No. ils South Main. 'Phone 6a. HOUSE MOVNG II1 . ).,t( &. S\MIIil-lunse . si. ing and raising. 517 W\V.ak. k. Phone 8oI. LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY il('141AINS lalundre(i and darned, as crllen anld l9 palir. 517 South Montana. LOAN OFFICE S(I...-I.S L.OAAN OI.*IL.'--Nu. ,i I:a.t Park street. Money loaned on every article of v lue'. M, IN E Ti r- IA .tAN- l.iw rate of Interest. At (;iraon's, No. a4 East Park. EXPRESS WAGONS I41 Wo. I1,^ ir ' ioinIc .Ju. MUSIC TEACHERS J lN N. UI.S fs --Ieacl r viulin. mmin dolin. r48 W. (Granlite, 'h'lhun,' t. M. M lS. A. I. lIAWI LIS Cornetist. in .tructioons given, 14 W. ('UCpper. MIDWIFE MILS. ,. WAl.l.ACLE-l rolcs.ional mid. wife; hIome in colnlinemenllt. 436 S. Wyoming St. PRIVATE home for ladies. sop lakota at. MONEY TO LOAN MO)NEY TO I.)AN on real estate, ranch property, livestock, pianos or furniture. Bring in your propositions. Mcise & Solveson, 49 West Park, Itootn 5. MONEY T'() LOAN at 8 per cent on real estate for from one to three years. Smith & Jfcfries, No. '9 West (ranite. SLEMONS & O0'i-'ll will negotiate a loan for you on real estate security. Roomss a, a, j, Silver low Block. MONEY to loan on any kind of security. The Davenport Co., s,5 Hamilton street. LOANS-Money to loan at 8 per cent; no delays. Ilalli Urothers, No. 48 East BIroadway, Butte, Montana. I;OANS_-On furniturc; low rates. RooM _, No. 77 West Broadway. MO;Il i. TO LOAN-Jackman & Armi. tage Co., llirbour block, northeast corons Mai: and Broadway. B NOODLE PARLORS ýTs insf Noudl7 aridi-fniolci li teas, aoodles. Chau, Suie Meiwah Co., No. s9p, corner Mercury, the alley. love means increase of physical beaulty an end which may atls be gatilned by ,physical exercise, as in shown in the same anumbe.r by lernarr Ma;cl'adden in an ar ticle entitledl "Ilealth Made and I'reserved by Daily Exercise." Dr. George F. Shears writes on "Medicine," as ,part ,f the series, "Making a Choice of a Profession." "Famous Cures and llunmbugs of Europe," is by the late Julian Ralph. "Romances of the World's Great Mines" (Calumet & Ilecla), by S. E. Moffett. There are also two sketches-one on the great financier, Jacob If. Schiff; and the other on the sugar king, II. O. Ilavemneyer. Field Mar shal Viscount Wolseley, K. P.; II. G. Wells, Henry Seton Merriman, Scumas MacManus and several other well known writers contribute to this number of the Cosmopolitan, which is particularly re markable for the variety of its fiction. Literary Notes. The new library edition of Charles Kingsley's novels, ipoenms and memories, issued by J. F. Taylor & Co., is now ready for publication. This edition will be printed upon deckle paper and attractively bound, suitable for permanent library use. It has been richly illustrated with photo. gravuree made from original drawings and from portraits. Mrs. Duryea's delightful stories of life on the Florida coast make it a matter of regret that she has not diosen literature for a profession. She says that she ,has no claim to any such distinction, however. Her motto is "Je m'amuse ptour vous amuser." It is in this spirit that she 1 Cent A Word STOVE REPAIRS SCOTT Stove Repair Works removed to "Noe. a East Park. Telephone No. ,,% MESSENGER SERVICE "i N(. Worid'. boL or 'phoie aoo. MASQUERADE COSTUMES .!. l. RCiINSON. exclusive costulngllc No. tots West Gtanite. Masks, wis, rent or sale. OCULIST AND AURIST Ri. T. A.. GkIrG---Pyr. ar, nose., throat and lung1: pricesr moderate; terms cash. No. 4t Ilir;our huilding. 'Phone gl4A. PERSONAL A UIt)N-It( \VT OMIN I I)r. Ilill' ant seltic colne. (;.uaraicrdl a saIfe ant airre protrcltion. I'Pitivrly curry aill frmilae aislrerq. Prw', $Si hs a . VWru. for circular to I)r. I l11 lMedicineC ( u, lit S.17, iSpkane. PHOTOGRAPHERS lt)I.:;.IAU & TllultISd)N I'~litiug.lph. ers; first clas' work guaraulnted. Nea, s7 t,") IFitt Park strret. PRIVATE SCHOOL hIh51.S I UN 1."' SS(:11" il1.--All grades taulght. No. 4J1 West Mr.isc, uy. Only plIvatte s'h,.c ol SECOND HAND GOODS ()1-1 I.I:I.I. No. ,I t W\\' e t Iht ,.,Iwnv, ,ays the high ,. CAISNI, ic. cisir ra ni hand hOlech . ohl . l. D.s nn, lv'w ra, to buls lh.inie l,,r ,hl ..Idtn . ,I f nIit re; pays fright It u.ir:hbol,+i tn,. . hIck4 i ,|,,1 ' r v,, .L ty Si .1n , iltu ) i1 . WAnT".IaD S ..,d h11: tun.tlu 1,ut;h and wld. Nu. 11M V.t larl street. I t u t t e r "'T ' h lh o n " 6r ' . F . ! . M , .N . l.a r a . SCIENTIFIC MASSEUR MRS.I. D. CARSON, scientifit: ma.1nass Of4ces .,os. a74.2s7 Pennsylvania buildo, Ing. 'Ph.* ge?*$. SURGICAL II. IIA. l'NbN, M. L).--Genrral operw tie surgeron. Offices: 25, 26, a), SUivea now Block. TelepIhone 4o0. SCAVENGERS night work. rdilers promptly filled. SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED lI) N'I)" Sl.II. ()k I.XI IIANr;4I your old sewing machine. Ste Inc. I will guarantee to make it like Ilew, at Strassl er's, ao West iroa:dway. TAILORING MA-TA^T f~ T ilor. New drrMIe; spring and sulllner woulens. Ito N. Main. ACCORDION P' AITING ls WNest IBroadway. 'Phone g9a-P. TRANSFERS WHi'V MV your hour e iefio`fct;di;Ti other valuables in an open wagon when you can move so much cleaner, quickee and cheaper in our new van? Call up Telephone a~. Montana Truck & Tranalas Co. Oice : No. is West Broadway. JUNK-HIDE DEALERS GORl DON & I'II EL.SON. Scrap Irons, metal, hidesa. No. .su East Platinum. 'Phone 639. wrote "Among th i'alims," and her purt Ipose has certainly oIltl with suclcess. Lee Woodward Zceilerr's delightful pic. ltlre. all greatly to Amlllia . Barr's new love story, "l'hyra: Varriek." ller pub. lishers will issue the Ibok in form suit. able to make :c cOnfd;nitll volume to a new edition of T'rinity Iells. Jii4hop I',tter i. onet of the many who have heartily indorsed Mary Platt I'Parm. lee's reconciliatin of science and religion. ller little volume, the Kingdom of the Invisible, is a moost iappropriate book for the Easter scason. J. F. Taylor & Co. have issued a small paper edition of this exquisite brochure. lion. Jolhn W. (;riggs has written an introduction to the Manual of Forensla Quotations, edited by F. Newell Gilbert and Leon Mead, and published by J. F. Taylor & Co. This book will be corns posed of famous legal quotations and Judle cial decisions taken from prominent trial.. It is a book which should be of Interest to others besides lawyers. It is profusely illustrated with reproductions of photo. graphs of many of the leading orators and lawyers of England and America. Sure Sign of Spring. (Philadelphia Press.] Subbubs-Yes, sir; spring's inear at hand now. Citiman--lleard a robin singing this morning, ch ? Subbubs-No, but I've finally succeeded in getting our furnace to work properly after tinkering with it all winter. No Danger of Fire. [Judge.] Guest-Any danger of fire in this hotelP Bell boy (with 'his teeth chattering)-. N-not unless yet pay extra for t.