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NEW YORK QUOTATIONS
( Reported by Coe Commission Co.)
.New York, April aL--Today's quotations
foll,- : Open. Close.
American Ice .................... 6I {i
Anmerican lic...................... 8 W1
Amalgamated ('opp. ...... 64"; 6S14
Anaconda Mininl Compnyr. .....o9 Ite
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe..... t$ 6it
do. preferred.. ................ 97 97
Baltimore & ciphi ................. ý,t. e
Brooklyn Rapid Transit .......... 6 i
Canadian Pacif .................. .I .,oi
Chrfaleake & Ohio .............. 444 4
. .'.o A Alton .................. So a
Colorado soutrn .............. ,, 4
Colorado F.eI & Iron. ...... 6. 4 6..
(:hi canl C;reat Wetern ........... ia'i a'
C:on.ot el l 4, ................ ': '' m
DIelaware & Iludsou .............. tS!4 ,
do. 6irst ;,refe . tra .............. 66 S,
Ilocking % aileyx Jdinwy .......... 97 963
Ilinoi, (rlonral... ..... .........r.. itJG1
Loiil-,hk .% ,ashvllle.........."...tT!. 1t7
,e L ..................... .. . . 4 2A!4
Ila tier.... ..... .... .. ........ t41 , 14
1 at icat, t I* '(,t'ns dated ........... I &i 130
.fi't. I' . Ste. Marie....... 67 67';
. Ircferra.d................ 14, 124014
nttrolrliita. 'l'tactton ..............t rlN
Ale leula ('ctlt ra ................... , -
IN THE STREET TODAY
I" AItiu'lAir.W Pralt.
rw Yorj, April 8$. The feature of tlhr
penllilltg *( the stock m1arket was a vioilent
rstiunnl of 1hetropltMtta Sitreet ltailway nit
rultliin.g .ls If 4,i sto shares at ljt*.r1ij com
lp dcl wilh , Ilt lint inight.
ains vr genleral |trotghout the list. hut
dId totit c..lld Ifractlion. The tenor of .Iecrllt
lat~itts undrrweit i chlane. gais. r'e 'hting
J.' il Thirdl .\Aetue. .id inl Metropolitan S.clt
til'e., -"4 in ai neral Ilectric anid a plitt in
IJtroklh n Transit. Northwe.ternr. 'Walbasl pre.
Icrre.ld ml .Amalgamated.
The al.rcnr;: ti.e ofie .lrge sile,. toglther with
large ·al r of the lrtropolitan Street l(ailway-"
shllar., turneI the c, ure abruptly downwarif.
lManY of thei gaini were cancellel and uamn te of
the lIdlrs sold a Isub.stantial fraction hIlow
yestl'rtl ayn d. lor.
Metrolllitun Street lIta.'vy and Thir . Ave.
nue reactedl iljiutt J and i(alling fell n. mnuclh
belu. lust night. TIhe market qlltieted dlown
about iti 'ilck anld lecamet inlartive.
The nitrl:ret Ibrcme e.trentrly dull bif.fre the
atltpearancr' of the bank statementl., anlld mi otil
aftlerwtards to i loier level than bIefore. lMetruo
politan Street IRalRwa rallied sif.
Amillgalated rase 4tl and all the nlrket
h.ardeneit a fraction. The 'closinlg was dull and
stead) and generally at small net chanlges.
COPPER STOCK QUOTATIONS
(Reported by C(oe Commission Co.)
Boston, April 18.-The mining shares
closed today as follows:
Anaconda - - - - - $110.00
Amalgamated 6 . 85.75
Osceola - - - - - 68.50
Parrott - - - - - - 29.50
Mohawk - - - - - - 54.12
Daly 'West - - - - 42.50
Tamarack - - - - - 144.00
Utah - - - - - 29.50
Shannon - - - - - 14.50
United Copper - - - 23.00
United States - - - - 25.75
Trinity - - - . .- . 9.37
Centennial -- - - - 26.50
WEEKLY BANK STATEMENT
( Flrni.hcl hy o(r ('ommnissiiin ('.l)
Foll oiing in the weely altelment oI the
associiat.ld banks of New York for the period
eidingi April Atit. i: Increase.
R.lseri.e n nil till deo.il...........i..6 -.A6.fo
i -rsrr ittn dilil.t.iet other tIlh nl I'lilted
Stle.. ............................... o.4
.i . ...... .. .'427.lo
leg.all ............................6 "'3'i
Specie ................................... 2, 017,B
THE WALL STREET SITUATION
.New York. April 8.-- Alfred Lamar in his
regular narlet letter says:
' tl'e. I i.ral opinion seenls to lie that the
sellint lilA.vement early in the week ran to an
altl-iril degree, phccause of too great Import.
(re :tinrllctld to the Northlern, Securities case.
'hiere ias one argumenlt for higher lprices that
stan.l Itint undii.luted, and that Is that such
hag enritl asi are indicated by present condi.
tionl, ini the \\'est have always in the past
alihhld ; iii .o puints and more to the prices
of the lading I;ruanger socks ,before the end
of ihe sltsn. Karnings of these railroads dure
intg the lPal five or six weeki lihave been
atnullntlitl upit to ian extent unaplipreciated by
thsy .~i o 'to snot follow the Situation closely.
'"cIh leI. 'lepslirrs*itlg fartilt throutlI the
week tia l th. Nirtletrln iecuriliea dcrision and
thel actiiit iof the market proves tlhis to have
been I1sir. thants dliscountlild. Our foreign trade
balancel is stes'ily impllroving, and foreign In.
velllltent hluyinlg is it a scale larger than In
t.rl'. I .The upllwarld imovement will Iproblably
l nlC..llpHlnied by occasional weak days on
real..iig sale by the daily trading element
and on. Ilt.lse reactionls the market will afford
oiire terlaill opportunilties for lprolit than lhave
been .rnii dlurillg thle p)ast two years."
Ch cago Livestock.
Clihcago,. .\pil it. -Cattle- Receilpts, me.
Mlrkrt -.;;gly. (;uod In prime slcers. $5 .Iot
.6o: ;.'-r p I mlietiu.,$4.2S3.o; m: tockers and
Sfeeh'er., $ .,o.4.15; cowns. $.6o(14.7.; heifer i
$-.sS,.4.a-: caw ner., $i,6odQj bulls.. :-.-~o
4.50: cah.es, $J. So4*.75; Texas.red steers, $4.00
Shee'lp -Recciptu, Saoo. Shteep and lambs,
nol.Tni .t. '.tnd to choice wrthers. 74.75.a.1S ;
fair t. c:,ice mixed. $4,ono..t; western lheep,
ý.oS4..l5: native lambn, 1[4.s0s7.oo; western
Pogson, Peloubet & Co.
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS
New York * a20 read street
Chicago Marqultte sulens
St. Louis * chemical Bullding
Butte * anessy ulildlns
ALDIiT Or UOKSO AND ACCOUNTS,
Ss'TEMi OFr BooxKiarPIn ox COSTS,
FINANCIAI. E)X4tslNATIONs, ETc.
BUY WHEAT AND CORN
$ioo.oo invested in Grain
or Stocks Iby our "Safety
Valve Plan" should result in a profit of
$snn.oo or more within 30o days. Write
for particulars and send for our free book,
"How to Invest Successfully." RICHARD
OI.IVEJR & CO., Bankers and Brokers,
Chicago Stock Exchange Bldg., Chicago.
SUTTON'S BROADWAY THEATER
Dick P. Sutton, Manager. 'Phone eg
Overland Minstrels
Third Seasop
3 mrTs ANDo E 3
Gommencln i
TUESDAY. APRtn 21
Wlatincc Thu, day. Seats now aon sae.
()ms. Close.
Mexican National..... ... . .. ie't
.Missouri. Kansl. & Texls........ 25's 2.15i
do. preferred .................... N ,
Missouri Pacific ................... tsJ ý
New York Central .............. ...131', 1a'
Norfolk & Western ................ 1;4
Nor thwetern ........................ sgj ,
Ontario & Western............... .. so
Pennsylvania I(ailway .............1yt., IS
'euples Gas ... ............ 4
Rock Tol :ed ....................... i 43'11
do. preferred ..................... 714h 734
Southern R ailway ................. 3,i
Southern aci'elf .. ............... 57's t' 6
St. l.oui% & San rancisco ....... 74i 71
Smelter ...... so. i 4q
Sugar Refinery ............ ........ 1 ! Ias'4
St. P'alI ........................ ...6J14. 16I1
Tennessee Coal & Ironl.. ..... 65 65is
Te ss Palc.......... ... ........ 14'i 3.1L
'Twin ('it Rapid "T'rral tlit '..... .IliAt ,11
Uanion I Laic r...................... 91 gl,
'nired State .Steel .............. 3$1,i 35h
do. .referred .................... 564, S5is
Wabash............................. ; 4 7'
dO. preflerred.................... s 46
1.r' tcr nl Lniol .................... r{' M5
\ i.consi n Ce' ntral ................. 414 .4
\'heelingl & .sle I ............ .i a
_l' tal sale.s, A6.bo shares.
HERDER LOSES MONEY
TO CONfIDENCE
MAN
George H. Profitt From North
Dakota Was Beaten
Out of $265.
TAKES GILDED BAIT
AND TURNS OVER. CASH
Swindler Goes to Pay a Freight Bill
After Securing the Greenbacks and'
Fails to Return, Leaving the Victim
to Report His Loss to the Policemen
at Headquarters - No Clew to the
Sharper Has Been Found.
lllctn men execucted the time-woril
"freighlt hill trick" onl George Ii. Profit ,
a North I)Dakl:a shreepherder, to the tule
of $215 last evciing.
I'rofitt was accosted at a Broadlway em
piloynItnlt office by' a leemlingly IIIy)e
clunlout rtranger. In givinlg the matl a
dollar he sihowed a roll of lills.
A moment later a well-dressed young,.
man approached and offered him a jol.
on a cattle r:anch. Iater on a third iman
demanded money from this stranger to
pa a freight hill.
l'rofiti loaned the money, held a
valise while his new employer vanished
and then reported the case to the police.
Contains Damaged Brick.
The valise contained a damaged brick.
wrapped in a copy ol the Salt Iake HIer.
aid.
It was a well-turned trick. according to
old and approved methods. The first
stranger who met Profitt was seedy and
looked hungry. lie saw a pair of leather
mittens and sized up other points in the
titan's general appearance.
They talked a moment and in that time
Profitt let slin the fact that he herded
sheep for a living. Then the stranger de
parted, ostensibly to eat.
He notified confederates, and one of
these, the "steerer," a well dressed man,
found the victim, just as the latter was
leaving the employment office, unable to
get work. The "steerer" said he was a
stockman. Profitt in turn said that he
himself was a sheepherder.
Engaged to Work.
Negotiations followed and Profitt was
engaged to work for a Missoula cattle coin
pany at $45 a month and board, employ
ulent to begin at once, for the cattleman
had a load of stock and camp goods on
their way to Missoula.
Before the sheepherder had time to
speculate on whys and wherefores lie was
asked to take dinner at the Southern hotel.
Hlis employer left him there, while he
bunted up sonme baggage.
iHe returned in a hurry and told Profitt
that they must hurry at once to the train.
"They could eat on their way to Mis.
sotlla."
They had not gone two blocks before
the third member of the combination ap
proached them.
In the guise of a freight agent, this
man, well dressed and voluble, demanded
froml Profitt's new-found employer $3oo,
due, he said, for freight. A wordy discus
sialon followed on the way to the station.
When this was reached Profitt was an.x
ious to help the manl. for. who0m he ex
pected to work, by a loanl, lie gave up
ns $ SS.
Bunoo Men Vanish.
The pair of bunco men then vanished
to look over some goods about whose dis
posal they were disputing. Profitt held
a valise, which his pseudo employer had
placed in his hands, until it grew heavy.
rhen, at the advice of a traveling man
bie ripped it open. It contained an old
newspaper and a time-work brick.
Profitt reported the matter to police
headquarters. Policeman D. I). Sullivan
arrested R. Scott, wlmon the victim tlhotught
might possibly have been the mal to
whom lie loaned the monley. The police,
however, believe this is a mistake.
Scott is a garbalgemat and his lived in
Butte for years. The crooks who robbed
Protitt are believed to be clever men and
old at their business.
END SEEMS NEAR IN
TELEPHONE STRIKE
(('ontinued from I'Page (one.)
do its duty by the public in attempting to
keep the lines working, but since we are
not permitted to operate we do not feel
that we are to be blamed by the embar
rassing position that the general public
is placed in."
A statement to the public, signed by
Miss Annie Brooks, as president, and Miss
Kate O'Hara, as secretary of the Butte
Telephone Operators' union No. 37, A. L.
U., was issued last night.
It sets forth that at the time the union
was organized in December, the operators
were paid $35 a month.
On the demands of the union, backed
up by the other unions and against the
opposition of the company, wages were
increased.
The circular proceeds to say that after
the wage settlement the company began
to import girls to displace the Butte girls,
and displaced union girls as chief oper
ators, gave these new chiefs power to
eimploy and discharge operators, and
sought to undermine the union in other
ways.
iThe circular charges the company with
refusal to arbitrate the matter of the
discharge of the chief toll operator and
with importing girls to displace the union
girls.
~t, W,.M. 'Eokland Dead.
Heleufa;' Jril i8.--Mrs. William M.
Eckland l here today. £She leaves a
husbAnd 'i" two sons. She was ill only
a few dte.,.
'a "·,',
CLASSIFIED WANT ADS ONE CENT A WORD
EVERY WANT BUTTE BUSINESS DIRECTORY INTER MOUNTAIN
LISTED HERE For Benefit of Busy People WANT ADS PAY
HELP WANTED-MALE
1TRUSTWOIRTHY PER1$m N in each county
to manage butsinse of old etseblisled hous
of solid financial standiag straight bouls ide
weektIy salary ol ;t paid by chlleck each
Wednesday. with 1111 expenses direct from
headquarters; mneoy advanced for expenses.
Alanager, JLU C'aston Didg., Chicago.
DETE(CTIVE.--Shrewd, reliable man wanted
in every locality for protitable secret service;
experience unneessary. Write American iDe
ote.ive Assneiation. Indianasotli, hid.
HELP WANTED-FEMALE
ANY LAItY OIt tiENrI.lIMAN can make
hbit money taking order% - n our hiome-made
letticoats and tcustomnmade skirtl; experienctre
utnecetrsar); rcl..sive territur. .i rtll for
,particulat , at uncr. I )et.r .Skirt tii.. Ilen.
ser. lot._,
WANTIE (;irls over i6 )earol ti tt delirer
telegrants at \\estern It nion Tel. Co.; good
wargl.
SITUATION WANTED-MALE
riailad .\ddrrs "l ridr." Ioteir ,Moutain.
\W\I Wli tvANTiS \'l1ttk in or out ot city:
ritrirlnced. Addrles., "It. 7.," Inter Stuuin.
I'.XPI'.'tIf:t:'I,: N II OttK desires. work in
hotel; has giuood references; xtlictly sobt,r.
.\hddre. "1:. 7:," Intel .Nlto tailln.
SI.'ItK (lOF i; I'F.RII'Nt'I'. go,.l referelnces,
1inti Jitwtiont in Itltte; i epert 'aJexitllm t
A.lr. '"I xprt."' Inter Mountanlttt.
SITUATION WANTED-FEMALE
W,'N'I'IItl \V'ork in a hotel or conttry fir
the isummeln r by experinced allrlsu .. .dii ,
Ilri ' "H\aitress 4," Intter ,\I unttaiIn.
titoin inl of tiown hotel. Addre "1". 4.),"
litt'r .ioittntaint.
l(tl$.E-:KEiI'EI(. 8od crook, itiI.ri work in
or out of cil). Addrel. "'. 6," litter MSoun
I Vr.\NT I \\IttK of any kindt; have lead
exlerienlce as Jtilotlsekeepler, waitress and
chantmbermaid. Addlre, "1t. 5.,," Inter Mouln.
tait.
\\ .\AN'I' Il~l cook of e.periense a s.lilrr
position will leave the cit); references.
Address "t'mok," Inter Mountain.
FOR RENT-ROOMS
I:l tk K'NT'--lnTo fIllrnished rioom. Si.: twil
furn;,i.herd lrooms. $14; twO Iurnished roims,
i,i: one furnislhed rott. $5. A pply 414 Vs.
Iiartr', ir RH ll t fs.. ilv'.r lIow tiliv.
itI1: .HAIl.i" I:Ft 'NISIII'It IRI)Mt,. rsery
modern crmreotnience, iunderr new mtanagement.
h.l. j ('noorad sitreet, cornerr Silver street,
lHutte. .Reynolds & .Pitrto-el block.
I(IOR RIENT-Nicely furnilshed rooms in I.it
tie Jot. blck: this house lhai beenL entirely,
reno,vatrd and refurnihled. No. Ia W'. Park
at.. lutte.
TIh I' ERHWIN Newly firnislhed roomn; rates
reasonabilr; t.ioderll convienienlces. No. ..4
Bast Park.
S1111h EltI'I N Newly htinisiied railo, : mt.I.
ern oun~vemiences; rra.ul,alile rates. No. .3J
FOR REN'T-. icely urll;nthed modern romln;
rates re.sunalie. No. tij North Alain.
THE1 IIAItVARD-I-Itoms single or en suite;
free baths. la W. Broadway, next Library.
OLSON BI.O('K-New and modern roo:ns;
corner Iron anld Wyoming.
FOR IRENT-Lynch block; all modern outside
rooms;: irst.clas., $8. No. a7m East Park.
1t1lt I('ENT- Three uinfrnished rooms at No.
453 Suutl ()Oiiu avenur.
T1lL Lf.l.W1''.--T-rasients- a specialty.
No. 96 East Uroadway. Uutte.
TRANSIINT-Spencal, York block. No. -6
West Park.
HOTEI. OXI'OltI Rooms to uip; first-class;
modern conveniences. South Mlain.
NI('EI.Y FI:I(NISIIIEl front rooms, large
,and airy. No. 7A6 South Main; modern insm
provuements.
I(R RiENT-Nicely futrnished roois from I,7
per month and up. No. So West Mercury at.
ROOMS AND BOARD
II.lEASANT ROOMS with first-class board.
Mrs. Conrad, No. Sos West Galena.
FOR SALE-HORSES
FOR SAL..-ull blooded Percheron stalliou,
six years old. weighing about s6oo. Price,
$40o. John E. lJutman, Warm Springs, Mont.
I'()R SALE-Thoroughbred horse, ride or
drive; also set heasy double harness. No.
SI3 highland avenue.
FOR SALE-FURNITURE
SPIECIAI.TY UARGAINS.
One $S hotel refrigerator, $js.
One 65 new J3-inch wide leather louas.,
only kS.
SWe bedroom suits, 5is to $so.
One 6reproo safe. ko; one at $ds.
One cashier's dels, so.
One A.oot 1.S bookkeeper's desk, only $I.
One 5s4o piano, only $ten.
rbree lars wall cases, .as and $j3.
BUTTE EXCHIIANGE iP.JRNITtEI; C.,
Nos. IS and as West Broadway,.
FOR RENT-HOUSES
FOR RENT-Three-room cottage all modern
conveniences. Inquire No. 425 North Main.
FOR RENT-Upper modern tssroom flat No
sa: North Jackson. Apply No. 7js W.ie
Quarts street. Rent reasonable.
iFOR IlENT-Six-room house, South Side.
(Jechsli, No. 4a West Ilroadway.
Itlak RENT-Iour room last to rent at No. So
West Mercury street.
ACCORDION PLAITING
NO. s WLEST BROADWAY. 'Phone l 4a..
ORDER FOR CLANCY
SUPREME COURT WRIT IN NIPPER
CASE 18 SERVED ON THE
JUDGE.
T. . ('rutclher, nmarshal ofl the supreme court
of Montana, arrived front Hlena today armed
with an order to show cause, issued by the
suupreme court yesterday in the case of MI. A.
Ilickey and others against the Parrot comn
pany and others, better known as the Nipper
receivership case. The marshal served the
order on Judge Clancy, who must show cause
April aj why he has tnot certified the bill of
cxceptions in the appieal int this case.
t'Ihe offlcer securel service upon the judge
this afternoon,
JEW JESS IS UNDER ARREST
to" w Jes" is charged with an offense new
Maliciots mlsclhief is alleged against her by
Jennie (;tlleslie, witl h wthom site once ruulted
at No. a7 South Mlain street.
It is alleged "Jew Jess" failed to pay her
renlt, and for that reason the ;illespie woman
put a padlock on the door. Je*. was unable to
enter and it is alleged that she took o tillis
Iadlock. The arrest followed. Now the (;ll.
icapie woman wants to sue and "Jew Jess" is
anxious to replevin her property.
ANOTHER EVIDENCE
Of the Trade-Drawing Ability of
Inter Mountain Want Ads
De Long & Smith inserted the advertisement below in the
Inter Mountain for one month. They received over"
$3oo worth of business from it.
Th, Advertisement-
| H[OUSE MOVING
lel.I)NG( A ."M I'II1 ll 1m.e ýt ng :1 ami
rui.;ng. Nu. sa7 I\'m t l'. Ik. 'IPhnme m u, It.
It PAYS to Let Your Wants Be Known in
The Inter Mountain.
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE
l hilte, Ah.llI ln 'in I ast .ide,
1N1.\ 1 N9I\\ 1 .1 1.I l". K,
1la. .lty r, alrr,
ia(' Sl. ret 9 II .
No. slc, l . (Iranll.
AWNINGS, TENTS AND COVERS
AI.I. KINSI) MA.dF to order. Alexander
lMacalllay, No. IlI Sllluth Mainl. 'l'lhone 61.
ASSAYERS
'11.1 i5,',% IIlI; ;tY. absaycr and clermist. No.
Is, Nortlh la.in sletr , Itule.
1 I'llI'ATli(i'K & I. :\t I. A.aiyers. hll'.
l..slr to A. IIt. lItslbanr. Ni. nsL Nurth
Y.- nllglll St. 'l'hone 6590 I. P. I). ( 2,'. II4.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
Il \'l.I i.S 11 U i'.ll, '.) .1 and exchlanged,
at I'alm.er's. No. Syi I'als Ir.adway.
BUSINESS CHANCES
SI. W\\ NI relraenettulle i1. r.ery city :1,1
I1%t1 in this. slate 5i I.r lleit ut bui, l .
nual Il t..ili,. I n all e lw'lilpt nlll one and
llhi, ls t a. ood.. I, re eab , hoI .slt party, 1i lit
rehrmeri' , nt llllrl thnllii l$t/o Ji o m tle lll ; )W
Clllllall a sl. ori at stsining or agientu a Isll:lll
flill. hlgm ainnte tai, lne... Addhre.. ilh ..tali ,
I. 1. I'ilcer Ier & c u., I.unIer I xchangiel,
' rll l h,.
I.l'I N E1 VI AND. (.N G $lo.eo invr.te.i
III grain sr .hks by oullr "uiletly alci.
I'l.u" h..hnl Ic.uIlt in a prolilt ul $5s oir milr.
il 1n ,3l dash. 11rite for particularl . M1n1 .eud
flr r free Ihock. *"'lI.w Io Invl.t S.%ler.,.
fllly." Iriel.ard I lliver & .I'l Itanker. and
litsker., lhicsago tack I.chtange IluildIg,
4 hicags.
BAR FIXTURES
Nl"lf AND) SlEUCN)l-IIlANl bar isalures.
hilliard and pool ablle. for sale at N1o. 3
EaI lra,nite street, Ittte. Tihe llrunswick
Italke- .llender company.
CLEANING AND DYEING
I'At'Nll2'S 'PARISIAN )I 'l: 101'I. All
work guaranteed. No. Go WeVtI I;alena slrt,1.
''lhne 747 A. renelh dyeing and cleaningt
COLLECTIONS
AlaNT.10NA ('OLLE TION AGE.Et V. No.
lolt Pennsylvania building. 'l'hune 5iM-Al.
romplt Ireurns' on all collecillnls.
"$IT'E AIL.IT'I'TENT (COMPANY Collect
I.I bills. Try iat Nlo. Is North allln.
CARPET CLEANING
lit'17 lIF 'HI I.S'l ,ir IN(1 and Steam Carpet
CSIranng L . have doubled their capacit:'y tut
doing good work this season. Estimates fur.
li.hld free. No trouble ls call. Telephone
66 11,. George E. Shale, manager. Works
curnier lMontana and lurplayry.
Wii''T' S.l1, Electric ('Carpet (Cleianinsl Co.
('crpiel sewed, rremodelrd Orintal ru g
lscoured. No. iL3 Wesil Iroiaaway. 'delephlnw
CLOTHES CLEANING
UNI'i..' TAll°ORING( (C. will clean and
plres9 your suit each week for $4.u0 per
mannh; l,goods called for and delivered. No.
97 last Granite street. 1'ilone )it.
CUTLERY-RAZOR GRINDING
EI.lE;C'l'C GRINDING WORKS and rnsgor
c.auflactory. All kinds instruments shalrp.
.led and repaired. Our razors and knives are
fully guaranteed. Joseph Whitlhead, Nos. us.
say South Arizona.
CARPENTER AND JOBBER
SATISFAICTIRIV WOIIRK, lowest estimnates.
'. E. Wynne, No. as E.t Vu'rphyry.
l'hone 6.a..
DRAMATIC ART
AlS II K rIld fT-T-eacher drnamatic art, phy.
l'.lst cultlure, voice culture. Studio,, No. .j6
Vesi'ntylvania building.
DRUGGISTS
Rltilr)Vjl)- The (Owl Pharmacy to Nos 54
56 East Broadway. opposite che Thornton.
ONE FROM MISSOULA
It'l:E IAl. 'J1 TlHE IN'II MOI'NTAIN.
.li'soula, April sla.--Th'le Western 'Trades
& .alor assemlhly of Missooula hIl taken up
tih strike of the telephune girls inl Itutte,
I hiih Inw aplpears to have a Mlis',oula end,
. ,.'l will make a full investigation.
It wiar so decided at a mneetin last night,
phrn it seas given out in saesion tiut W\re I
td;,y nlilht a inumber of liss.oula girls had left
Jtre for Jutte to enter tile telellhone office
'TI'y are Stella lHelhlman, A.nmanda Wellelley,
Fh) a Agee, I.izzie liagnon, luIra Keith, Be.
i, II.llruteck, Irenic .Slcituetition and a .liis
''lhey were t old they would not In any way
tlirfere with the utite girls, but were merely
It (.otittllt an addition tu the force in that
'Great Northern Railway Co. Excursions.
'To San Francisco and return.... $5o.oo
'to Ios Angeles anld returl....... 6.oo
(.i tale May J3 th to teth Inclusive; gOOd
slturnilg qiltil July . th. For lull Information
a 111,) at ticket ufice, 41 North Main street,
hintt.. W. , .M.,'l
C. P. & 1'. A.
Kruger's House Sold.
Pretoria, April IS.-The house owned
)y ex President Kruger was sold at auc
tiun today fur iwcu.,
DRESSMAKING
1 1l. Ill>t I'ji n nIII 3.51 ` 1,4 '.r.IuII1
the kind 1hit tieatar. the II..st fa"tihlte ,
I:dh. aon the aiud. Nu._e =, \' Talk sitre.t
EXPRESS WAGONS
W'llT' 1F your1 Tifilelleim llJ. fll d M all it)'11
vailh ables In ul lnper, atlgl whin €141111 can
s11.v" nno h t,,tmer. quwncke nol stihr, in
u111r n Ite u a ('all 11 "p I'lel opho ne ..1 P11111. nl11n
Ttoretl & 'I raser cumUn.ay. Uhti0c: N. s~,
\\ eat Ilht aeaa,,.
HAIRDRESSING
Aims. A ItM I lilt ltiI I, litardresing, mnani
cure, c~hitpodlt.. Ni,. I4 Wei t Iklnadwhy.
HOUSE MOVING
1tl.t1It. & .%\IITll linu.t lUning and o,*.
1.,1 N. . , t7\ 'He I',I1k Phone Klia It.
HARNESS AND SADDLES
anteIl'. Aleaasedre Mlalaula. Nu. li4 SouII0
JtMai. 'lhlne 6
HOTELS-LODGING HOUSES
I ll S I.( IIlTIll , 1% IIEIl..
Ituter't I'.liular lltnpping tla . .
I)INN..It c---- --- - -INNIt.(I ,.r
The 1e. nlmeal and Lest .r.kede load feit .sei
in Ilollte. 'You get a, muc111h of ally and11 every
diash hilleedl ,in t e i all, i fare as ) y)'ile wi I.
( uliiln IIIneIC , IhIel.
I__ IA1.N T''W',. PIroglr tir.
WHIIEN IN 11 T17' stop at "The Argil.."
.Stlran heal, electric liight, hree 1,Illa. No. 61
We 'rl Inroadway (opposite Miner (ff.ce).
LADIES' TAILORING
.1'lT.T' 1(T (Ill)41i.K $. and upward,; a,.,
ladies' own sIeods; It guaranteed. Newv
Yurk Ladses' Tailor. No. ja West l rannile
gstreet.
LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY
.'I4IltAINS I.AI' NihI'.II: and darned,; tr
and up Iir. Nt.. Sy South oinnlana.
LIVE AND DRESSED POULTRY
A 1. kintls of ,..Te n.i dr.'.d d tulf.ry .. ,1
Ier ('Cty P'oultry ., is W'. I. ltena.
LOAN OFFICE'
I'ark street. Mulury luaned on evely altlile
el| VtIhlie.
AII)Nli* "'l) I.TIAN I.ow rate oft lllelrt.
^At l n.,, '.Nh. 2e4: I,.1 Park.
MIDWIFE
1 Iis. 11. Al.I.At lnl s anidnte:
hlioe in ctntinentent. Nu. 4,J Soulth i'yu.
1ninl strelt.
I'l( VA'lI': l4IIM: for ladle ir,. l)aku· St.
MASQUERADE COSTUMES
MMI':. ItlllI.t)N -s '. iranlite. o,
tuIes fuIr any li Wasion. peciailly in dress
suits, analiler.ide, itr.
ATTEI'I'1'I IN, .AGi.lIt l.ret assot t
IneCt Iuijllluerade Muits anld Illrlks in hi on.
lana. I he Ialais Hoyal Co., 1p East Park.
MILLINERY
.... ,, PElR ,'ET,' . i.I'('NT. -
New Miale. arriving dailyI; special
line clhildren's hats orn sale this
work. Mrs. lt I'. lllghes, No. 647
I 'tul aivere.
MESSENGER SERVICE
INE; lVOIII.)'S Ioen or 'plhone av.
MUSIC TEACHERS
JtlIN N. (l.S(IN--'Taclher violin and mani.
dohla. No. s48 Westl Granite. *IIlloe 116 -Al.
MRS A. I.. IIAlt'l.V.Y--(:rnetist. Ilntruc.
laue givcn. No. 14 H'et (',ppew.
NOODLE PARLORS
MEl IV' All N(OlE).l IP'ARlJ.olt-Imnporters
mPne iela, nondles. (lau Sulie Mciwalh Lo.
N. c. orner Mercury, dte alley.
JUNK-HIDE DEALERS
(,ftIIII).N & 1'I lIlf.SIN- .crap iroi, alelal,
hides. No. Mo .ast l'latiulnm. 'Phone 6,1%
TO TRY J, S. KEERL
APIt'lAL. 1'0 TIllT INTII.H AIOUUTAIN.
Helena, April IN.- Ina d artinieut No. a
of the district court today Judge Smith
announced his calendar for May.
Among the cases called is that of J. S.
Keerl, known in Ilutte and throulghout the
state as an enginleer, having at olne time
been president of the Montana State As
aucialtoll of Engin:eers.
The Northern Paolflo's First California
Excursion of the Season.
For the Prc)syl'erian ('Church (General As.
setfbly at Los Angeles andi the N.itiinial
Asaoctatiun ol Master Pliumlers' Aleeting at
Sant Fralncisco, the Northern Pacific ralrway
will sell excursion tickelts from Butte to
ai Frlaniseo and return ..............so.oo
Los Angeles and return............. 6oo
Tickets on sale May 1Ith to 1tlh inclusive,
good for returning until July istli. If you
are contemplating a trip to I alifornia Ir.
ralge your platnb o as to take advantage
Sthis very low rle, and remnember that a
trip througi the Yakima valley in Washing.
ton with Its miles of fruit trrlhprds inh lo
hilu on the Northern Pacifi 's "Nortl
Ltt.imie4" is an event in onie's life ti t
wl be remembeureid ith the k}cent. fl"a.
uy long atfterwards. For flull linflornatioi
call ot ur writi
W. II. MHIi.RIMAN. (;en'l Ait.,
Car. Mal, a .d l'ark saests, tute, heat.
MONEY TO LOAN
MlliNtE 11i lA(AN on tany security. tti t.
'htllel Mlutg..le ('.n, No. S Norlh Main.
MlNEI'VY TI) .LOAN on real elstatel., rnulll
prierlty, lieatlock. planti·, or turnlltsre.
Inrin r youlr pre~a, dtinn . Mldllae & iulve.
on, Il l. . , , West Iark, IIta,: t .
MItNkY T) t.I)AN at N ier cant ot resl
estae Ig t from one tI, tIlree )ras . .,nilth &
irlrm, No. at i'estl (lranitr.
Nl.1liitls & li4'lItil will tti'Matatre a Ihain
flor )yiii ian real estate seull I). Itsints I, 5,
. .tlilver how block.
MLION IY lii I.' ,S tn say koil it *.etttratY.
The Ihasenport C t.. Nu. us ttltitmitt sliceS.
IA*l\N.N .1hney to l,,.n nl a per cenl.., unle.
In l. HIlall lll tct.he , . 44 a tim Iu ·II y
IAutte M lonteana Iu i ~ ei .at i'
Ilitaic. ?iticetntst.
A It, I I' , I.t, l. , I ,iL anll'i A \tlll ll
nti I lIi it.,
t~~ o. I(I)I Unhan le., nostheast1·. (111 use Alass
MASSAGE
tIt.h. I.. IIt (.All..tth SICh IIIIIn t lo .,. rllw.
( ithe°. Nu.<, "74 ;- I'*Iun )III I sItI. h bllli .
'l'hiina' SE it
OSTEOPATHY
I I, . , I . . \tlitlNI .li t I.11 1. 1 04 ,4
a to) 1 : to II. ()Jilie (Iheard ?jundl:1)* .
OCULIST AND AURIST
lltllt, |)lic. I Itic alltln.sit", I situ. slt. Nit. 4. (
Ilithtii lmii l ,daa4 i '. Illtai tt4 A.
PERSONAL
I a IllII ra , lin t Ita lllrll It h ,tii I It li. | I i \\I
nllr rl 1, lat ,,It ,n .,.i. I 4 . ull tat. Ilh, .1i .
pagrltn ll psInishrl O metIn·I(Ing H·nes team asked h
Esseenning lined' IW(l ' nismeets **t fire two.
I.saoi., ita,,.
l.,tI ;I--t e nalr int ilie. rmrcmd'y i, dte
layitl n tat .ia g,, llrca 's l tiiin.·rllllat lla r ii allllict
fail; trI al tree. Panrt I hl.allaai l (l i.. tlaoll la.
Itita '., tIott a t llatlirl iantalo t, aait, all a.
It.,. teit ttmlt antd atadie~ . Kiwi L.asI Ca,
m ittat. aI'
.I'tt i It. 14II. 0 driltata lcasl aital e a;
rNI'sl~i'I| l'lllh 'llllil|; i IH )III IIIl Y .(II'. lllhlle .,
liI h lat. Itlsr. Monltas. .
tat'l.1 yait mary ' It tecl' ata.age
pattic usm. Ilts lea. litatlanil. irar.
PRIVATE SCHOOL
A tllaI· Talla I lh N '" ' N I I ftll a I a ,IIs a •ai
hotC; lita al y eve all fI e'l ll d0... le'a ,
',"a itti Ia $ ,itta"e a ho a assula o ittah. all
aIatdai ta i at.. sits ltqct "araai , Hlc|ll athcaitall
RSPHOTOGAURANTPHERS
Ii (I~it tfIV'i i(~'1 111sa ai uataa e .a
aI aI Ia lal.4 wtlk iar i ant ted. al% . 1_
SECON-HPRIVATE SCHOOLS
IlMslN "I I 't . . 5ca Iiia Alla1,i1 .1 il
ltaillar*ilh.u Nice tIr seIiaatJ IlriI. Iluaa p'lt "
. .. 100 REWARD- ..
ostu ls. It ay n sw rl., lei, ch tlltr s as rt lar d
settee a nd llrllluI tuac; ulys tlars aIt. n1eimlota11
enag toIw,,a; yLcI. stol·r or 0r1eeliun ds auIry
W'AN'tt;II.- Scasil Ind~ln Irnniiure boltio:l said(
u nla. N'lt pjl Eatil Prk si'rte, Ult,. arLy,
pliasai n r56 1. E!. MeNnara .
RESTAURANTS
al lif I,," I. ff. ;,,, a',,k,,e ",;,,.; ";,,, ,I,
SECOND'HAND GOODS
h0#lar,,q ca.,h Iwice Inr seennd han.d household
i Ioods. has ne-w ra0nges to, e.'hano, hetr oId
llove,. and tUrnIIItuIr; lpays 10rghtl~ It newyhibor.
iiini townsl packs1., stores o1" rathanges1.' your
Ittillfitite
W~lA.Trlll... eenndhinnd fIrnoture bo.ught and'
sld. IN,. IjH IE..t Pairk streel, IstattJ. Tele.
ne. ..... ... E.;. Mc,;mr.., . _
ELECTRIC TREATMENTS
pcilluioui hair reniovrd; uhlimp..dy; eriprt
hair dreser. 'iarluor 4548 Ow)slry. 'Iilumo
SURGICAL
uilreon. O(thceC: N. s. 2as, s7, idver leow
block. Tl'lerplhone p.
SCAVENGERS
work. Orders promptly filled.
SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED
swigl madchine. See me. I will gisarantee
to, irae ii like new. At Strasser's, No. !o
We.i Stsradway.
TAILORING
fIrsl.clals taikrs. Ruds & Lees, 'No. sie West
lruadway. Claesling. dyetsq. repairlin.
)AN (AI.hl1R. 'TAILIOR- New desiguis is
apring and summer weeoolens. o. jlo North
Main.
TRANSFERS
WANTED-FURNITURE
CO cash prices. hMolet. No. as an st i'ark.
WALL PAPER CLEANED
WVAl. l, i'l1l( (I FEANEII-leave your ad.
dress at Newbru DIrug Slore. 'P'houl 1(S.
Clhaule. (Gott.
WALL PAPER, PAINTS
Altl IS'lit' WAAI.l PAI'IER at a low price.
Ii. 1Vadnais, No. so.' at (;alena.
TO RESTRAIN CITY
BOZEMAN LIGHT COMPANY WILL
SEEK TO BLOCK THE SPE
CIAL ELECTION.
EfIl' IA. 10 Till1. IN It IMOUNFLAIN.
Jtovy.cmau, April i8.- There is a rumer
here today that the Gallatin Light, Power
and Railway conlplany will seek to secure
a restrainining order to keep the city coun
cil of Bozeliman from sulnmitting to the
people at a special election called for
May ti thie quesliols of giving the fran
chise to another concern. The compan,
claims, it is said, that such an election is
not iin accordance with the law.
Roads Under Discussion.
iPECIAL CD0 Ist INTaRt MOU:NTAIN,
Aiiacolda, April IS.-The board of
county (c Ollti tlera now In session has
peen .di ll l t aLkntters all morning.
There are everaT-cl.nges to be made umid
so jue new j ts to be looked after.
Great Fulls, April i8.--Gus Nelson was
blinded by an eaplosion i. I . sewer {p
which lie Nis worhlhg today.

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