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NEW. YORK QUOTATIONS
(R ew Dted by Co0 Comlmiwlon C..)
New York April so.--Opeliag sad cd.ling
quotations follow: Open. Cluose.
American ce ...................... Y
do. preferred ................
Anmaliaapted Copper .............. 06 66
Anac sia Mining Company ......
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.... S, aI
do. pre ..... ............ p
Batimore Ohio................. 9
Brooklyn sapid Transit..........
C.. .. C. & St. Loui .............
Chesapeake & Ohio ............... 44' 45
Chicago & Alton ................... Joy o04
Colorado Southern ......... .... 4 a
Colorado Fuel & Iron .............
Consolidated Gas ...a .............ny. a.
Delaware & Hudson ............s...1 163a1
Erie.. ... ...... ................ 4
do. first preferred ........... 6'/ 6
flocking Valley preferred......... 94 94!
Illinois Central ................... tlJ 1374
a City Southerra............. jo.
the N........v.............. 41
Manhattan ('onsolidated........... 2t 4
M1.. St. 1'. & S. Ste. Marie....... 67 Y
do. prefered .....................i14 124
Metropolitan Traction............. 134 '!i
Mexican Natilonal ..............-9% 11'4
SALT LAKE QUOTATIONS
(Reported by Coe Commlas(on Co.)
Salt Lake, April ,o.-Today's qtuotatsoia are
as follows: Close.
Consolidated Mercur ................. I.So
Cari a ..... .s
Century (extra dividend)................ .
D aly. e t ................................ 42.li
lBowers... ................. ..... .Ol/4
Lower Mammoth ........................ .5.%
M ammoth................................. sI.s
M lay I)ay .................................. . S
O)ntario ................................... s.o
St r . ........ ............................. iS
Tetro. .................................... .Is
Utah .7......................................
Uncle Sm...... .......................
IN THE STREET TODAY
BY ASSOCIATED PRES..
New York. April so. -The opening move
enent of stocks were exceedingly small and
there were some small losses. Amalgamated
Copper rose ;. which measured the largeat
movement. Prices fluctuated in a confused
manner.
A jump of j% in Manhattan to 14,% had
some little sustaining effect on the market.
Other stocks id which the demand was ample
enought to induce good gains consisted mainly
of minor stocks and included port Worth and
Denver City Stamped. which advanced 6
points; General Electric a., Evansville &
Terre laute 3!. Colorado I'uel ts.
Metropolitan securities declined a point.
The Gould group displayed relatively more
stability than other stocks, but were only mod
erately active. The market yielded a traction
all around before it o'clock. Inability to move
prices far discouraged traders and the market
became dull. Reading was under pressure
and lost over a poinlt and the second pre
ferred it.
Wabash preferred, Southern 'acif.c, Amal
gamated, Metropolitan, Colorado Fuel, Evans.
ville and Terre Ilaute reacted i to I!s. G(en.
eral Electric extended its gain to 3.4; \%'cst
inghouse Electric 8N, and American Car and
Presred Steel Car preferred and Consolidated
Gas a to 1';.
Ilonds were steady at noon.
Small offerings forced the market fractiotnally
lower and St. Paul. Union Pacific, Amalgama.
ted C'orper and Smelting tell a poin t under
Saturday a close. Pennsylvania, .\Achison,
Rock island and Southerhn Pacilic Io,-t sub,
stantial fractions and thle heaviness of the
leadinl stocks had a depressing effect on loni
operatons.
Northern Securities dropped to os'a on ap
prehension over the decision on the applica
tion for a stay of judgment against the comn.
PaTn e fall in prices was still in progi. s when
the news was bulletined that the N.rthern
Securities company petition for a modification
of the decree pending an appeal had been
granted.
There was an abrupt recovery after the pub.
lication of the news. Losses were wiped out
and net gains of t to I, in New York Central
Union Pacific St. Paul, Missouri 'acific anil
Southern Railway preferred were established
rose an extreme a .
Northern Secur ties on the curb jumped
from 94% to q99. Free selling carried picers
back a point or more, anid the market became
dull.
The selling movement was not pursued and
the professionals bid up the price level again
to albout the best. Consolidated Gas rose ,%y,
Brooklyn Union Gas 6, St. Louis Soutlwest.
ern preferred s. The closing was dull and
ateady.
Chicago Livestock.
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Chicago, April ao.-Cattle--Receipts. a,6oo.
Market steady. Good to prime steers, $S.mtso
s.6o; poor to medium, $4.fsIs.uo; stockers and
feeders. $3.oor4.8; cows, i.6o .7 ; heifers,
..5 .e oo; canners, $1.6om/.75; bulls, .$2 So
4.50o; calves, $J45.os5.75; Texas-icd steers, $4.50
Sheep-Receipts, t.noan. Sheep and lambs,
alow and lower. Good to choice wethers, $4.7S
,S.-7; fair to choice mixed, $4.oo!g4.75; western
shrep, $4.oo4.75; native lambs, $4.735s6.,o;
western lambs, $4.SoG6.b8.
INJUNCTION IS DENIED
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES DOING
BUSINESS IN KANSAS NOT
VIOLATING LAW.
BY ASSOC'IATED PR.aCs.
Topeka, Kan., April so.-An important
decision was rendered by the district court
hiere today, denying an injunction against
56 insurance companies doing busitnesa in
Kansas on the -round that they were vio
lating the anti-trust act. Recently the
state brought an action under the anti
trust law against these compalies, charg
in, that they had conmbined and were
parties to a trust to control the cost or
rates of insurance.
J. C. HODGENS DIES IN EAST
Father of Two Well Known Butte Men
Succumbs to Apoplexy.
A telegram has been received at the
State Savings bank announcing the death
at Taylorstown. Pa., of J. C. Hodgens,
father of F. M. Hodgens and James 0.
-Hodgens of this city. Mr. Hodgens suc
cumbed to apoplexy last night, at the age
of 74 years. He has been ill for a long
time, and had a fatal attack at an early
hour last night.
James O. Hodgens departed for the
East two weeks ago to be in attendance on
his father. F. st. Hodgens left Saturday
night in response to a telegram stating
that his father was in a serious condition.
In Western Canada 36o.ooo,.ooo acres of
arable land today await the plow.
Pogson, Peloubet & Co.
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS
New York . 20 Broad Street
Chloag Marquette Blulding
St. LOUIS Ckhemlesl Bulilnl
Butte . Itennessy Building
ALti s np 0oo0s AlD ACeLo'Lve,
bLYTEMS OF OIKKgI'IWRG Oil D -'OATS,
PItNANCIAI. XAMstsNATIsOs, vCe.
Open. Close.
M.issurl, Kan Ias & Texas........ as 6
do. preferred...................... 54 54
Missouri Paeif ...................lto soeS4
New York Central .....s............ , as~i
Norfolk sad Western .............. 7tH
Northwestern ..................... ts1 s
Ontario & Western ................ M
Pennsylvania Railway.. ............ 6
eop le's Gas .......................t t.s 3
Reading ... ........... ............ 5J!S
TRock slan.......................... 4J 4354
do. preferred.... ..~6 s4
Southern Railway ................. Jo
do. preferred .................. 9....l 9'
Southern Pacific ....................7 %71
St. Louis & San Francisco....... ?otl
m elter ............................ St s
Twin ' ity Rapid Transit 'u...... 6s'*i 6
'nion I'aci fic...................... ot'i hr
a'nted States Stert................... 3t36
do. preferred ...................... 6 ...
TeasPcif ............s...............7 3
do. preferred ...................... 47' . 4I.
d.tern Union .................... 8;5 84.i
do. preferred ..................... 47. . 474
.heelnl & lake Erie..... ..... a
Money at 3'1i %. Total sales. 6*4.5*0o sharrq.
('Ioe.
Victlr .................................
Yankee ............................... ..ISIS
Daly Jud¶I . . .935
Bask ue 11e11 l....................... 1.04
Grand (Centrn........... ................ S·ol
Martiha Warshington..................... .of'f
Wabash ..... ............................. 1I
lien llutler .......,....................... ..!
(creoe ................................... .59(
Da·ly ...................................... 22 N w Y r ................. S
(acramento. . .:61
Silver Shield ............................. o7~
Silver K iin`. .................. 7.o0
United Staten Mining_.................... ____
BARNEY MORAN DIES
AFTER WEEK'S
ILLNESS
Pioneer Resident of Butte
Succumbs to Attack
of Pneumonia.
Barney Moran, who 4tad been t resident
of Butte for several years, andt who was
a protminent figure inl the colony of old4
Comstockers now resident in BIutte, died
last night at his residence, 406 North
Wa'shington ireeTt, of tienittonia. lie
contracted a c,,ld a week ago, which rap
idly developed into thie disease which
ended his life.
Leaves Six Children.
Mr. Moran leaves three sous anti three
dattughters-lBcr:nard. William P'. and Syl
vester Moran, and ,Mrs. J. E. :Earley,
Mrs. C. J. Crowley and Miss Nellie
Moran the last named eCing a well
known teacher in the Butte public schools.
The body will he sent to Virginia City,
Nev., tomorrow for interment. It will be
accompanied by1 Miss Nellie Moranl, Will
Moran antd Michael Kennedy. who came
here a few days ato on the sad duty of
burying his brother I:.d.
Barney Moran was born in Ireland and
came to this country when a youth. lie
settled first at New liaven, Conia., but
joined a band of pioneers and went to
California in the early days of the mining
excitement.
From there he went to Nevada, where
he lived for many years in Virginia City
and Gold Hill. From there he catlme to
Butte. lie spent last winter in California,
returning here in March.
TELEPHONE GIRLS
ARE AGAIN AT
WORK
Company Has Come to an
Agreement With Girls
Who Struck.
The strike of the telephone operators enm.
ployed by the Bell Telephune conllpany was
officially declared oil at s:su o'clock yesterday
afternoon.
Today the girls are at work at the board as
usual. Mr. Mlurray, the general mtanager of
the company, had been in conference with a
committee from the Trades and Iabor uaem
bly since Saturday afternoon. The committee
was composed of J. E. McNally, G;us Franker,
Frank Reber, Joseph (orby, F. W. Cronin, 1\.
W. Lea and II. F. King.
Agreement is Signed.
An agreement was reached during yesterday
afternoon and at 5:Jo the articles of agreement
aere signed by the representatives of the
assembly and the officers of the company.
The committee reported to the council and
the latter body immediately notified all girls
thkt could be found that they could go to
work at once.
The articles of agreement are being with.
held from the public at present, but the sumt
and substance of the contract is that the tele
iphone company will have the power to dies
charge at will for incompetency but would
hold no prejudice against the girls who took
part in the strike.
All of the strikers would be taken back into
the service.
VWhen girls were discharged by the company
for any reason they would not be replaced by
non-union girls, in case union girls could be
found, and where non-union girls were em
ployed they would be asked to join the union
after the first pay day.
In regard to ularies it was agreed the girls
were to receive the same pay that they have
received since the demand for an increase in
wages was granted.
It was agreed that Miss McDermott was to
be employed as assistant chief operator, a
position created for her benefit, at a salary of
,"5 per month. Her place was tilled by Miss
herraden. who went to work this morning.
Ti.. arreement was to hold good for the period
The Northern Paciflo's First California
Excursion of the Season.
For the Presbyterian Church General As.
sembly at Los Angeles and the National
Association of Master Plumbers' Meetins at
San Francisco, the Northern Pacific railway
will sell excursion tickets from Butte to
San Francisco and return............... oo
Los Angeles and return.. ...
Tickets on sale May 11th to gsth inclusive,
good for returt ing until July toth. If you
are contemplating a trip to California r
range your plans so as to take advantage
of this ver low rate, and remember that a
trip thlroua the Yakoma valley in Washin,.
ton with st miles of fruit orchards in fulI
bloom on the Jorthern Pacific's "North
Coast LltaiJad" me an veat io one's life that
will be remembered with the keenest pleas.
ure long afterwards. For full information
call on or write
W. It. MIR.RIMAN, Gen'l A t.
Cor. Main and PeLk atreets, Butte, Lont.
CLASSIFIED WANT ADS ONE CENT A WORD
EVERY WANT
LISTED HERE
HELP WANTED-MALE
TRUS'TWORTHI Y I'ERStON in each county
to manage business of old establilshed house
of solid financial tanding; straight bona lide
weekly usalary of 1t paid by check neck
Wednsday, with all expenses direct from
headquarters;: money advanced for expenses.
Manager, t ('Caston Bldg.. Chicago.
DETECTIVP- Shrewd, reliable man wanted
in every locality for profitable secret service;
experience unnecessary. Write American De
tective Association. Indianapolis, Ind.
HELP WANTED--FEMALE
WANTED-' -tirts over tS years old to deliver
telegrams at Western U'nion Tel. 'u.; good
wages
SITUATION WANTED-MALE
lflrl I°tiwants ork tin rail
road. Address "ilridgle," Inlter Mountain.
WAITER WANTI'S \\ IRK in or out of city;
experienced. Addlress "It. 75," Inter blouat
l.XI''RlKNCl'I) t'ltt)K dresirres work in
holel; has good ref.erences; strictly sober.
Address "E. 7s," litter Mountain.
(I.IRK I EXPI'EHIENCEI,. good tferentces,
wants iposition in Itutte; expert salesmans.
Address "Expert," Inter Mountain.
SITUATION WANTED-FEMALE
WANTI:l) Work in a hotel or country for
the summer by experienced waitress. Ad
dress "Wait ress 4," liter Mitkn tain.
('llAMElltIM.~lD, ttwii worker, wants Ilosi.
tion in onut of town hotel. .\IAddes "1' 40,'s
Inter IMountaini.
lIIUScKlt K.;lii'ER, kood coouk. wishes wourk in
or out of city. Address "V. 56," Inter Moun.
I \\'.ANT W\iHK of any kilnd; have had
experietnce as houtekieeper, waitress and
chantlerlmaid. Address "II. so." inter Mloun.
lain.
WANTED. Ily cook of experience a similar
position; will leave the city; references.
Address "Cook," lnter Mountain.
FOR RENT-ROOMS
Ft III HlNT--'l'wo furnislhed rooms, $sa; two
furnished ruomn, $I4; two furnished rooms.
o.,nx; tite furnished room, 1s5. Apply 414 W.
iuartlz, or Room 6o, Silver ItIw block.
I)EISIRAIt.L Ptl4NIS.11I) ROt MtlMS. every
nlodern cionvenience, tunder new manalgemenlt.
No. 237 ('olurado street, corner Silver street,
iultte. ieynolds & Mrl)uwell Iluck.
I'(tR RE'N'T-N-icely lurnlslhed rims in I.it.
tie Joe luck; thia house has been entirely
renovated and refurnished. No. tea W. Iark
at., Butte.
TillE ERWIN N wly lt.is.led moit.; iinll
ern ronvemiieces ; rcsoi,., Ible late.. No. _i a
':ast Park.
FOR REN'T Nicely trne.h"e.; I,.h'n .,mº;
rates rcl.lna' le. No,. ,.i N.,lt I (M lans.
'I lIE IIAltIV.1I i.omu vsnie m itn suite;
free Ibatlhs. ita WV. IlShadw.,, ,ns'. I.iblary.
Ul.?i1 IN I.IICK New and miudlrtt ruoius;
corner Iron and Wyuor.iing.
FtUt iENT_ Lynch bllck; all io." tern outside
rooms; first clnas. $is. No. i;u lasout fa 1N..
4t3 S.o.tlih Iill.s enu L lll.ll.
TIE IC lM.I.110I 1-Tranennis a specially.
No. 56 Iis:t Broadway, Ilutlte.
'IlTRA NSIENT-Special. YoUk blusk. No. 66
West Park.
I1 'i1 I. (XI ,ItIl) Rooms s, up; rt class;
tiiod.rii convenienceis. South Maiun.
NI'Ic:l.Y IA1'tINISI1EI) fronte romon. luge
and ary.. No. 7-6 South Main; motdern ill.
pruve niin5.
Vill IilENT'-Nicely furnished rioums trom $7
per itsttih and up. No. so West M.tIrciry at.
ROOMS AND BOARD
PI'...SA.NT 'I ROl". vilth ira~ cla.s board.
Mrs. Conrad, No. Su5 West Galena.
FOR SALE-HORSES
FIR SAL-FIIll blooded Iercheron stallun,
sis years old, weighing about 16tu,. Irice.,
400. Johln E. llolmann, Warm Splrings. lMont.
R:() S.Al.lE:-'Thluornughllred hlre, ride or
drive; also set heavy double harness. 1\o.
8.3 Highland avenue.
FOR SALE-FURNITURE
SP'ECIALT'Y JIAItGAINM.
One S hotel refrigerator, $Js.
One $65 new jM inch wide eather lounge,
only $43.
$s5o bedroom suits, $35 to $So.
One fireproof safe. $4o; one at $65.
()ne cashlier's $65 desk, Sao.
One M-foot $35 bookkeepcr's desk, only as.
(ne $4o piann, only $*e.
lThree are wall cases, $*5 and $$,
louse refriersors, hull Drire.
BUTTI rXI~1f th FII NIl 'RIE CO.,
Nos. 11 and ao .e'rst Broadway.
FOR RENT-HOUSES
Il:() I':N l'1- i'hrrerrom, cottage; all modern
conveniences. Inquire No. 4.5 North Main.
FOR RENT- l'plper modern slxroorn flat No.
31r North Jackson. Apply No. 7Jr West
Quarlt street. Rent reasonale.
F()R l:lRENT--Six- rum house, South Side.
Otechsli, No. 4, West Ilroadway.
ACCORDION PLAITING
NO. Ijs 'lI'bT JIt'AI)\\'AY. 'P'one WIF.
AWNINGS, TENTS AND COVERS
AI.l. KI'l).S MIAIJJ to order. Akxasuder
Macaulay, No. is . outh lain. ''hune 6,.
NO10 FIGHT AT HAYARE
SHERIFF SAYS HE WILL NOT AL.
LOW EAGLES TO PULL OFF
HERRERA BOUT.
PEC(IAI. TO THIE INtER l lo't' 'Ts N.
Havre, April ao.-"You can say for me
it the Herrera-l'rcderlcks light Is pulled
off here the men will box with pillows on
their hands instead of mitts. I shall not
allow a prizefight in this county under
any conditions, The Elagles shall not
bring off the contest in their hall or any
where else. I mean to see that the law is
obeyed, not evaded."
So spoke Sheriff Buckley of Chouteau
county today. His utterance is regarded
as sounding the deathblow of the pro
posed contest.
The Eagles, after the sheriff had de
clared the bout might not he pulled off in
a public hall, announced their willingness
to have it in their quarters, but the sher
if, who is inakors a determined effort to
"clean up" the city, seetms to have the
upper hand.
HOTEL ARRIVALS
At the Thornton.
M. C. Sanders, Helena; 'Thomas i)unean,
Virginia (ity; I.. Moore, IL. I.. Ferman, Cin.
rinnati; II. . Illanchard, San l'ranciaco; ..
Thankunser, New York; A. 1'. Wilkinson,
Helena; C. II. Stockicy, St. Paul; K. R. JIr
wins, ()maha; i.eorge J. Weekes. Mr. and
Mrs. George H. lill, Mr. and Mrs. II. It.
BUTTE BUSINESS DIRECTORY
for Benefit of Busy People
THE WHITE HOUSE
Cannot be obtined by placing an Inter Mountain Want Ad., but every other
kind of a house can, in the oity or country. If you will place a small Inter
Mountain Want Ad. telling the community exactly what you are looking for,
you will be surprised at the quantity of replies and the speed with which they
will roll in.
ASSAYERS
T ilIMAS I3G(.Y. aaay.r mad chemist. No.
,n North Matle street, Nutte.
IlI I/.i'AT'I I('K & LK1\ IS Assayers. Suuc
ces.rr to A. I. Rombuner. No. sel North
V' yunig St. 'Phone 6oII. I'. 0). lInox 84.
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE
li6hitr'q Addition on ElI.I Ide,
NKA.\ NKW SMEl.TR,.
lias city water,
Iais street ters,
Iiar good selmiols,
.Andl the best Addition to invest in.
l'ry a rfew lots.
C(()IAN ('.ASI'..)AY 'O.,
No. oE, %'rmt (Granite.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
\'tI: I.. iCll'i;iiT. f{)I) and eichl cT.id,
It l'ullner's. Nu. y Eas t Broadway.
BUSINESS CHANCES
I wn il thli osilt tlio pres.ent tor hulimrttt
Iiir prlitiptiot.n is i n exciprona i une 1i vI
allit.s Ito a 4p: t, rhliallell, hoI Urll plt;ly, Willh
I'll en'cl| . IuI '{ s I slh $u., per tnamellh; n1,
1..1., Irgloniut ** Ihnsonrell Al dre I wal| iln u
i. , I lll I l
BAR FIXTURES
Arty. ANti ii'i IN t iJANIAIl ha I.
Ib huartl .n' po. l t:llI s 1,. It' le at N., .6
I , . (;r:tlltre kltrut. Iulltll . 1. h. tIrltluI I.
I: ,lkr ( ilentcl.r C.omlatllny,
CLEANING AND DYEING
P'AMAIIE I'AIINIAN J~iE IIll 1: \ll
work gutiraflitrrd. No. . Gi t . I l i .n.i .',
'':i ' , A I. l'ni i nllt .Iltl i,'iam
COLLECTIONS
ari P'lennsylvainia bulding. 'l'hone N i M,
P'rompt rettrnm ,n all rollructon.
lit 1 I I. AI)II'S'rMI.:NT ("i M I'ANI\ ,,ii,,t
. l ld-. 'Ity it. Nii. t_.s Nirth, Mau.
CARPET CLEAINNG
it l''r': II'Ilol.S',IsI" L11 and Strain ( i '
( leanling (Ci. have doublrd their calpaly Ily
doing milled w.,rk tihit reao. n. |". tmtesnl:i a flu -
nilorhd tfire. Nou rnr le t.o call. 'Ieh.lphone
6,1 M. (;r-rge 'E. Shale,. lnallgel. HWork
curlelr Muniana und I'urphyry.
11 IST SIlii' I Etelic :.ir.i (rlruanti (io -
(a.IieLa .ewed, retmnodled, (rn. ,*a rusg.
..tunrd. Nu. Iju W.et Biroadway. A'elephune
I6w -A.
CLOTHES CLEANING
SNI(J. ', 'TAl1.01l1N.; CO. will clean aniI
pIisea your suit each week fir . ler
monthl; oods railled lor and dr lve.,,'. .,,
:W I|.ait (ranlite street. 'Ihone stI.
CUTLERY-RAZOR GRIND!NG
ilI.IT'ItIC GI IN.IJNI; WORKS ait r,
. an: factury. All i.ndc inl.l ilmfnl 1 n;,
enl ;Iand repaired. ()ur ralonlr and knave, are
fitlly gluranteed. JoIreplh W'llltllad, Nuo. i."
ti. Sointh Arizona.
CARPENTER AND JOBBER
S.1'I'ISiA("lT')Y WORK. low. at er.t.iiel..
W. IE. Wynne, No. is East Il phyr),.
'JIhIne bn 6 r.
DRAMATIC ART
a,. tlhule., bain. i' ltur.. Stllli, , N. . :.l
Ir ii I ba, l.i builidl .g.
DRUGGISTS
54 Nil s' y 'I) Ihe Iowl Il'Iarintuy air No. 54
56 I...at I;lrul way, oppu:.t tih,- Th ,rntln.
]',tut1. I" M. A H ith. Ilhlena; . . I'11h an,
Nei York; I h;la , K .inpcr, IIitini; I, irg,
I. h., nh r.. . w Y,,lun., W . S. Sat, k. ,n
Jlrn ci , V'. I'. Usulhy am , wife, S, ll * .
I.' It. al3 , I . l i.rti ,d. ()rt.; A. J. . .yl. St.
Paul; J. I. 'uile, Anaconlda.
At the Finlen.
II. . Itenner. (;rea.- all.: N. I. Pl u k.
hi.ver; WV. J. WoodJ and wife, Sit. Iii,; W.
It. Salt . idIer, St. Soui. (hrhl , A . Iharl, Si.
J'iul; Athert ). I uilr., jlefem ; II. J. Joha..
I -, l.iilena; ( '. B. a lailey, Sa. : )J c; I . (,.,
Skt, esty: Joe E. lieiray. M.,i label ileiray,
Salt Lake City; 1.. A. lendrnck., city.
At the Butte.
. Mrsan. S paon, New York; nMrs. I.. Jerrald,
San Iran.ci.ri; I:Eugen. I. ucker, .eairtle; (ha-,
I,, kiia and wife, Ni w York; Mrs. I ,re, St.
Jil; .I. Iloprkin., Fiorsyth;i J, 11. Ih.y
wi,,, andl wife. Salt Lake; F. JiIn.i., D r.
livers, Joihn Merhan, Ilenver; (George I.
S thnrr. IRobert Johnir.,. I;r.at I"ll-; ,,e
P'iti, ort Wayne. nd,; (G. 8. I Mille.r, N .
rn.; J. J. lConway 5, lfillings; ('. \\. J. , s.
mliwnikre; GI. I'. Pall Ilill.n; J.. t. Spri.ng
Ica, lDilans ; (G . l ;. ý. \ l un , )a llt.
At the Southern.
T'. F. Cain., (ColunI.mbu, Nrh.; J. M;ay, II.
.1 ,y, (l rkni, (C.u ad:a; It. J. i( h.o,., city; \\.
1. ledge, Jeteroitn Inland; .. If. Walt
%'.' YTrk city; iDr. I. S.1tir ein. Salt Laki;
N. I. Ilug.'., Ilutle; J. W. Kennal y. I nt.in
ti; Mt . Ai. Jion.t , St. Louis; J. W'. ierry
,, n , Lincoln. Neb.; II II. I.!til . Iemito ,
N, I,.; W. W. Niewell. C.. llmi, city; J. \'1
Ion-, Spokne; IE. I.. Jtlton, Pny; A. Vn',
..>, J. J" tey.ey, NIimtneap li .
WILUIAM F. MATHEWS NAMED
County Commissioners Appoint a Super
visor of the Roads.
The I.on'd of county cotminteiionj r tI,
"tii7 alppoiAll \William F. M:thcIw:, to th!e
DIRSllAKING
the kind that satitie the moet fastedieus
Indetr inl the land, No. a. W.. el Park slrrt.
EXPRESS WAGONS
valuables in an open wagon, when you can
move ao much cleaner, quicher and cheaper in
our new van? ('all up Telephone .3. Montana
Trsrk & Trailer coapany. UQhc: Nu. is
Wet Ilromdway.
HAIRDRESSING
MitA. A. lithft lcti.f'1i hairrslheen., wanl:
cute, hlliropodist, No. 1t4 West Iruadway.
HOUSE MOVING
I)tel.I(Nt; & SMiT11l lluusre movin nl, rats.
ing. No. Sa7 Wrst Park. 'I'honr Ng. It.
HARNESS AND SADDLES
I:'I' V(ItKMIANS.HIII'. lowers prices puat
anttred. Alexseader Macaulay, No. ia ,boutlh
Maol. 'honne 6.
HOTELS-LODGING HOUSES
"ill .u t"I'llI.itN IllT1EL..
Iluttr'· I',p,Ial.lr .SW .Ipllg PIlate.
IIlNNNI K :r--.- - INlt .
The br!t tieal and I.".t t'ookl, ifloln f.or ,,r
int Juitte. 'iYoul geI t its ltil It.1 any anil rv' ly
di.h ot, ted on the hill ,1 tate a. o'u wish.
l'ti ne iane italerd
lA.N 'I I'. V'. , t',, tio r.
\\II'lI'N IN l11' III : ,totll t "lhe Ati vir"e
Stisem htal, at .rt" itight. Irre hatthe No. 6i
%',.',t ltridway tipl.ptti , 1\ . r itlh.iu .
LADIES' TAILORING
I II It 1 1111.t l:1, S3 ;" I I a itlpwar . 1i
.Id11.' . ... ili .. . i.; lI g I..ii.. I... i .1 ,w
'it I , ladoles A . h No. t a'.\\et i.tat i te
LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY
t ItTAIN I 'at H 'Il ,i aid dnd; d "s;
aId up pall. No. S17 .uleh M,,n Lana.
LIVE AND DRESSED POULTRY
a1.l. kind. l iove anid drecsdi pouttir. c(up
.per (t)y Poultry ii., t 'a. ialirna
LOAN OFFICE
Sii .l.. i.'S LOAN I'l I.I Ni it I ast
PIatk .llcet. Mdanry loaned on every article
o vulllrte.
Mi INI':Y TIPo LOAN I.w rt.te ul ntile1t.sl.
At 1imI,con , . No, .. 4East l.1 I..
MIDWIFE
MtS it" Wy AI t l I,.,tr Ia i nwiI
Iu~llI* 111 1unllIriaIfIcSI Nul. 4341 SauI Ii V'ju
mmnj1 street.
IRi iVAA I II h lt V 'r la td'.. tng Itakata St.
MASQUERADE COSTUMES
%Ifn ,t ar atlt ) iIIN .lll , S t hIItCII (n ire
Inl" Ifa µ I1Ii I4IIUI S41.Ilii i *i
I.',IS~lcN ill.\(1)
A'ID IN\I II IN. V/i .1.1\'S IdI y I4III 4.on
fu(II Iul.11cad" nlt4114 11 teamUn~ a In Il1un
MILLINERY
I. ,I1it ,\N1 t 1111 N t
MESSENGER SERVICE
RINII E Vt4 1 1%(I 14111S h',, sir 'Itifn
MUSIC TEACHERS
JIu11 `; N. I (t liN 11,111 vi 1114 anll l I
litL10 A. I .. I L I t I 1.1".4' u, iil. ilaruc.
4uu 1.VII Nol 1111 VII' t 4
SuiiilIIf roadi -iiuvvv144r iaf VIhI, (Iil~y.
'I he 111w 41h11rvi .r 1.11 11ld the 11(1.1
tillil II,"l1i4. f Ii WIll ri/ac $1 14cr daIy
fur hi, srvu I", Illii I11l74 ,, I in ,i t W ll; :wi
Eltra pa4y fur thle u" Ii? h1 ti:414n.
LYNCHING OF MURDERER
RE.PO-R1ED FRO-M WYOM:NG
Slayer of a Man and His Wife Said to
Have Been Taken from Officera
and Frluted.
t 144yrttIi 'tyo3., At.ril z24. An U:41',Ii
Nllrcd.Ii i r ii ,.i r,,Il. ,"it,,L 1
Siin.,c"t c, 4l 144 CIt \'.. .(! Iii i lii 144 h rt, oJ.
ntilr lIjIIIt1,". 1,111 1 41 4 7 IIt ifitrot I
Files Nc-.4e in Cziut.
, it ll:i ti.i fil- I r g
hllo , liit 1 i : . "
altl 'm1 ini ~i: jit 'I'~ Ii tV:In I tJ '
01 tIll?(~ 144 1.4 I:1! 4l4 han I I I irli 4
of the I'lca~c" i!:1 larl " ' r i. I i
trI
1'ý t a 1, l! t a i 1, I ] ' '. .
ill ,I '!i, ( r; 1:4 1""t . I
INTER MOUNTAIN
WANT ADS PAY
NOODLE PARLORS
MEIH'Al NiA loil.I PARI.n14i I rnnrlters
fne team, niellri, I (hau, Stiei Mllewahl I n.
No. 1e1, erner Mertuet, Ihe alley.
JUNK-HIDE DEALERS
(.i)RI1IiN & I' RH I.o( N (rap irn, metal.
hides. No. a.i Ials I'laionun,. 'lhimee .sqJ.
MONEY TO LOAN
MON I Y 'll 1I lA N tien any securily Ioliate
'Chattel MoHlrgage to.. N. No a Nortl Main.
MO.NEYI TI) I.)LAN aen real eiate., rncle
proprly. livesitck, pisnes, or turnlLiture.
lilns in your propýseitism M Mate a holve.
Hso, .o. 49 Werl Iark, I(lnm s.
MO NKY TI) 1.0.1N .I iI per r.iii in rea.
ealate IP Isome onle tim thr'e 'cais. .Sellt .i1
Jefrt.. No. sHi Weal Utrcee).
S .tEnMONS & 0)0HTH well negotiate a loan
fo ou oe real tilte aeuully. omunm e, a.
2. 5l..r Mo blu k.
MO()NY TI) Ih)AN *Nl ay kind ut seoerly.
Ti Devee rt ('u., No. lip llae.miltn slier'.
WLOANS-Mesme to loan 8 u rent; ni" de.
_pre. alI brotlers, No. 4 Fiat IroaIw.iy.
IMate, Ir s ale.
MONKY TO IOAN Jackman & Anoale41o
('Co. Ilbour blaok, .lkeasL curner Malis
and Irsedway
MASSAGE I .
MIl. i.. B. (:AIlti SIlerl.efc mnae ,-r.
(I.ee. Not. ar4. ~ 'euanyllvanla budesllg.
'Pae aoy-.
OSTEOPATHY
OR. K. V'ItI;INIA IIlS i.'rl', 1 ,,,. i n4.
h$ Pe'rnne yl .inia h inll,Ing. IIe , ii i ti o
SIto 4, 7 to 4. I iih'r , i'.el Sundi a e
OCULIST AND AURIST
IOit "1. A: l;1ie f+I Iy*'.4r, o 4 ,f
lleuna; pracel alnderatle terms rall. Ni. . 4
Ilirbour li0ldieng 'Phonr ; A.
PERSONAL
AI)VI('' I l'l'lE en dle,'iate Ireal niallerIg
.rictlly eentederntlll. Irmptld nefl' gl.urantree..
Iia citj., IitUel'. Mbictanal
'tlltil. YIlt? earry if aitli d' Mrooagi
p iper f'e. Hi n. P'urtland, Iare.
PHOTOGRAPHERS
lae ciala.s waik guaranteed. Novu. o7 i,
lact I'.ask cirrerl.
PRIVATE SCHOOL
llSs I IONLIV' At Ill1e1. All usedle
taughtli Ni. 431 W'rlt Mciuey il. ly plOi
vatle %4 1ie,
$100 REWARD
TIhr A i,esa,on o4 0 Amoii i'iai I)lltrt iiy .Ploh.
ilh(re. , ecll pay S,(,e 'w.. i 1 *lh, tlhe ml I"it uil,
y I in I..I iss oilv y , o .i fu el i tilie .t icltlo
N l, i, JJ, llef s 1,cc ifIt i llll lO lig' llyl0l t
ai lve , r ce s I l WI o nC V l IIcI I Itue '., ' ,'Il y,
RESTAURANTS
I1, % t'il ' I1 , .... . ak,n " g , , ''", .,sIa ly t
w ill. Rt .ol I I .. , ?;u. 7 1'.' 1t ,i ,11 oo .
SECOND-HAND GOODS
111:1 11 1.1.. No, 4 1'r.1 ,. n.o,lwley. p, ) , tl,
OIl)lor'l 'Ili ln ic Ir c ,r( ol, ll Iei l ii hiue lie
g J, Il' . nJew r,,nge I'* rhe, hlangi lio ,il
StOvci 1111O I ,.J ie ilr, pave rleei list i )helior.
slai hitnl i, ha. Ir.. I I'.sl oil x'1-, Il6ille . y'I'rl
W AN 1l I1l Sc i i ll I'I.ie, i u,. o,01 1h. an
jiliuuii 6146 I' I. M,) N iteicra.
ELECTRIC TREATMENTS
1I 4 I ll II| , . t'\.1T'i " ,iM jis ;
I slsll ls l.l ltr I'uu llllvrl, rhll ii p..ly, sl etrl
hair dsrbrr'. P'Iilus 4S II t ()wslryy. 'S'hi'nn
n1.4 II.
SURGICAL
Hi" f Ii N , , it ii 1l). r,,ns - , s. ,tivg
llligri nt. (ilittrv. No . is, i6, i , slilver Ili0w
Iluc:k I clr.plnue 4l .
SCAVENGERS
i'lk RS lak 'W "I$ least M 1 <ry TilsT
work . srd -rs promptly tilled.
SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED
sewlng lluat ne. hec lor will glurrmtiro
Ito nlkr lt like new. At StrMasmer', No. ia
West Ii rlluadway.
TAILORING
hiiat lius talil. rs. Itudal & lres, No. s, \%.cal
liroadway. ('Ill ani Lg, I dyr Ii , sepal riilg.
hAN I ( .1.Ill., TAl1.111t New dsiigKn+s sI
splliig ad i u iuslles wussulcus. No. jiu Nurtll
1N in.
TRANSFERS
ijII s,'V ()iflifi,\ ll(s>X I r , .i, s
WANTED--FURNITURE
raV l Icus'l ssto .,c li lry, N . (s,, t i st Palrk.
WALL PAPER CLEANED
\ .I. Al I11'~l': I .I iA 1 AN II I ire oIur ads
Irevs at I.-. bL,, lIrug hosr. '1'isml l6.
( liua smi I;ll.
WALL PAPER, PAINTS
Al l ii i II 11 A l. L. A, E I; i a a lw alr
I-' Vahmu, No·------·--- - Eus ealem
WRECKED BY STORM
TORNADO SWE'PS OVER KANSAS
TOWN, LEAVING RUIN IN
ITS WAKE.
'I ssplk;a, Ki in., Astil t tu. - 1VorI has
ri ali l I ere sr n t", i..i t su :t !I, I'ml at
..' shi, i 'lrils ty, I I1 ll i t i it h "I trs, ye
a 1t ,.t lllltunlrt n5 jil'..Ill :,i. ilij:re1
iVi Ive i , 1 .1llo r
, it' it i, l ', '
is lirl" -1 I s
h i , . .. t. ,1.
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