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FOR BLACK EYES Dootor Finds Method of Help ing All the Men Who Are Unfortunate. METHOD 13 INEXPENSIVE AND PERHAPS IT'LL WORK Compound Will, It Is Claimed, Remove the Congested Blood in a Short Time and Leave the Victim as Bright and Smiling as a Beautiful Morning In the Month of June. There is a biblical injunction to the effect that if one is afflicted with a mote in his eye he should pluck it out and cast it front him. That was probably intended to cover the cases where the matt gets what is vul garly known as "a black eye," whether ac quired in a mere misunderstanding or one of those improbable accidents that are always happening and never believed. Heretofore the unfortunate possessor of a contused optic has been obliged to resort to raw beefsteak or some such primitive mteans of cure to remove the additional color from the window of his soul. Unpleasant and Expensive. This method has been both unpleasant, and, since the formatiotn of the beef trust, cxpensive. For many nmoons those who are in the habit of being struck iu the eye by a refractory door or baseball have been hop ing and praying that some inventive minil would contrive a nuick cure for the af fliction that would render the organ whole so rapidly as to preclude the possibility of those uncalled for questions about the looks of "the other fellow." L'nttl now the search has been in vain, and the peaceable man who has the unfor tunate habit of feeling his way with his eye has been compelled to stand for the hateful sympathy or silly raillery of his true friends who wish to advise hbi that a soft answer turneth away wrath and that if he would get over the habit of answer ing back he would not always be going about decorated with mourning optics. Relief Has Come. At last relief has comne for tl:e suffer ers. No longer need thte man with the darkened "lostp" fear the comments of his hteartles acquaintance. No more need he seek fur a remnant of bossy to bind up his vision. S.F'e kind and ingenious doctir has tnadh a compound that will render whole the injured eye and make a respectable ld.uking citizen of the :man whose dark et Il front makes Lim look like the pro verbial Weary W\illie in hard luck. 'There is at least one Ibarbershop in the city which can supply hbis wonderful po tion, and it costs only the seeker after bcautlly $1 to g, t back his good looks. .llow manty men have Lad their whole life ruilnedl by turning ult on their wed ding more away to the bad with a funereal cil 0r on tlheir orbs utterly obscuring the light of love that should be there. In the Shelter. Ilow manay utllfortunates have beetn told that they would Ik better in the shelter of ther . ha3'le of the tall titmber because the t'u hing Irides could not see the phil os,;,ihy of al!witng the chiffotnier to deal the"i an uppercut the niilht before they wer, t i ]rcrat- grooms. N,w hlie who is awakentt'l by the merry c:ain .'r of the wedding bells to find that he ha ; a shaded lamp has but to hastenl to ti. nearest tonsorial parlor and secure this new elixir which bIrings back the clear anl tlnder pallor of the optic. 'The shop which first introduced the con coction into this city is making arrange tlenlts to transform itself into a drttg st'tre, sitnce the sale of the eye dope far exc. el the receipts of the slhaving busi tIcs,. MANY CHANGES ARE MADE IN OWNERSHIP MEASURE All Night Conference Is Held on the Lindley Municipal Bill Now Before the Illinois Legislature. NY ASiOCIATED PRESS. Springfield, 111., April aa.-After an all-night confercnce an agreement was reaclied at 4 o'clock this morning on a•men:nlents to the Lindley municipal own. aerhip bill, wlich are intended to make it a compromise measure in lieu of the Muel ler municipal ownership bill. Every phase of the bill, which is an act to authorize cities to own, construct, pur chase, operate, mortgage or lease street raiways, was gone over in detail. Chairman Lindley was instructed to of ter the amendments in the bouse today and to move to table all other amend ments. The amendments in substance are as follows: Striking out tlie clause restrecting leases by the city to companies organized under the coporation law of 1827, and substitut ing "the laws of this state," thus making the leasing provision apply to companies organized under special charters. Adding to the referendum clause a provision that any city may in any grant, which in no case thall exceed 20 years, to any company or reserve to itself the right to purchase or take over the properties and rights of such comrn. panics at or belore the expiration of such grant without submitting such proposition to a vote of the electors of the city. dtriking out the clause limiting the opera tion under foreclosure proceedings to three years and substituting a provision that if the default he made under a trust deed or morte gage within three years of the expiration of the grant that such grant or privilege shall extend from three years from the date of such defnult. Adding a new section, requiring the city Council to provide by ordinance for the sub. mission of the question of nunicipal owner slhip. Wait for the Itoh. Je. 'eause the sun is shlnin' an' the birds are in the air, don't go an' git on easy 'bout yer heavy underwear; jest smtle an' keep it on you, don't remove a single stitch, fer the time ain't ripe fer grass may be a growin' jem as green a. Ireetl can be, an' the sap be even started up the elhn or white ash tree; but no mat ter how ycr feelin' don't git foolish, now, an switch, for the time ain't ripe fer changin'-tell ver back begins to itch. Pogson, Peloubet & Co. PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS New York - 20 Broad Street Chcago - Marquote iBuildin St. Louis c- hemtloa IBunlin Butte s Hennessy Bullding Avoltis to' loonK AND ACCOUNTS, it'-TEMS 1,i l.OOtiKKePING o' (.'onrs, i'iNAN, ItA. I XAMINArIIuNs, EIc. EXCHANGE IS OPENED NEW STOCK BUILDING IN NEW YORK INSPECTED BY THOUSANDS OF GUESTS. DY ASSOCIATED PREtS. New York. April aa.-The members ot the Stock Exchange abandoned business today and devoted themelves to the cere monies incident to the dedication of their handsome new building. These ceremonies were brief and im pressive. After prayer by Rev. Morgan Dix of Trinity church, Ransom H. Thomas. cl.airman of the building com mittee, formally handed the new building over to Donald McKay. president of the New York Exchange BuRding association, who in turn formally presented it to Ru dolph Kepler, president of the exchanlge for the use of the members. All address by IMayor Low, in b-half of tl.e citizens and invited guests, followed, and the members and their guests. includ ing many men prominent in financial and hntsiness circles, were shown through tile biulding. IN THE STREET TODAY Il' ASSOCIATED PIKttS. New York, Apr il :.- -rradillg on the ('nt s'.lidaled stock rxlchange tlia was actlie umt the majority of sllares tIadd II shouwed a lim tone. ('p to t:4q p. m. it was estimated that tomin, shtarc.i oif v.ariou, stocll. had changed hi.ans. l'riceC for .iomte of the market Ieaders seie quoted as follows: 1'ni-n Parilic, g. lic, asovc la:. nigh:: St. Paul. :c Ihigher tha last nlithl; Itck Island. 447oa, he over l.-t night; Eric., 3't c. !4: s.uve last night. and ikedimg, . SSs, f c higher than last night. BOSTON QUOTATIONS (Reported by Cec ('otnmission (',o .) Boston, April 22.-The mining shares closed as follows: Tamarack - - $152.50 Osoeola - - . 69.50 Parrott .- . .- - 29.00 Mohawk - . 53.75 Daly West - - - 42.25 Utah - - - * -29.50 Shannon , - - - 14.75 Centennial - - - 26.75 United States - - 25.37 Chicago Livestock. DY ASSOt'IATED 'PRESS. (hicagn. April 2..- -('attle - eceipts, au.a). Mlarkt hslow and lower. food. to prime steers, $5.so)ts.so: -)oor to 1medium, $4..*5a5,, m; +otck tri and fceuleri, $:.xiur, 4.73; ciwf. $1,755f4,45; hiiferi. $i.50,r 4.um; cannel , $s 5r,'/.75; bull., S2.5'r4.-'S;: cnlver . $.J.7 b6.55. Shelrp--Rcce'pt., 5.,'). Shepl, and lamsh, slow and Iuter. tiuod to choice wethir., $1.45 ('...5 ; fair to choice tlixe',d. $4.0,+"+4.60; Nert cirn sheep. $F.6.. 5.i0; native latnho , $45 i! 7.ou; wertern .lambl, , $4.5'.77, o. HOTEL ARRIVALS At the Thornton. P. 11. f;.hn. wife nan child, .Mio 14. If. Cohley. I'P ny: .\. J. Itlnnighan, AI. Itraniham, New t',rk; I. .. 4;ottrown, Fremont, tlhi,; A.. '. )ippeinheiier. San Francis.ci : M., $. Itrndley and wire. Chicago; A. EI. Main. iil. In;: I. C. \\ illia; l. Anaconda; 1.. J. Price, lhlun; I.. 1. :achman. Kanna. (ity; . I.va WI. New (.ork; V. A. \Whitc,,.h. .linneapo. Ii.; 1). I. Fitzsetald, Chicago; E.. I. l truce. IDenver: .1. 1). A. lcDlonald, Helena; S. I1 , oh ).ky. Sa:n Franci.co; t . V. \\ arren. \\Warm lprtlng; S. I). (ioan, olcten a; IF. . I iter. N.w York; F. F. Il'oggerty and wile, II. C. ItI ,;gertr., (hicago; John I.ave.rty, New 'oirk; .\Ar .. Mahoney. An cund.; II. J. W\ahaven, .li.o.ula; IHelen Ithllen, 'lT'win lr~rini ; W. I). Dean, Ad ,am.. Minn : A. I'. \Vtkin"o.,., Illena; ). , A. Ilrowne. Jr., (hi c.1o: A. (. Taylor, St. Paul; Hlarold Wilson, Loundon, 'EnglanId. At the Finlen. S. WV. O(liver, New York; E. C. Martin. N. 1it Knapp. \\'i-dmn, . l t.; II. Schilhngn. New York; 1rsi. J. I.amphin. city; ,. Ilayhulr.t, Anaconda; J. \iin.cott, elena; I'. WYtiong, Ienver; I. 1). ('urtin, Omaha; A. Roper, Anaconda: J. M. 1 (lements, Ilelena; .,Irs. Franlernerl, Flint. W\\a"ah.; C. Flcischer. New York; WV. Ml. Woodridge, Itinadale; R. (. ,oper. lllena; Geoirge 1. Cowan, Ioulder; U. A. Iersh, New York. At the Butte. IHarry Summers.. St. Joseph; D. Drincoll tBasin; It. A. Itarry, (lympia, \\'adh; F. S. Filner, \\'ahington, I). C.; I.. A. Metsel, Monida; A. Dorland Rochester; W'. I). Mitch. ell, I. 1I. W\estphal, Warm Springw; Georgey 1). Clay, Winston; J. F. Kirke, Missoula' I). A. Scott and wife, Michigan; L. Grititha, Ed Davis, Anaconda; George F. Mackay, A. Carison, New York. At the Southern. James Sullivan, J. J. Downing. ,. Holland. city; W. Andersen, Rochester; Mike McKee, city; J. W'. Alexander. North Dakota; J. Brady. River Desert; W. Wallace, Basin; A Rlunnin , Anaconda; Il. L. Koons, Anthony, Kan.; . W. Lemke and wife, lPortland; . Julend city: 1. lasthney, Mullan; Charles (1. hand, llelena; Harry Dale, Curnwall, ing. WIRELESS MESSAGE Stopped Outward-Bound Ship Which Was Carrying Off Diamonds. [New York World.] "Click, clickety-click," ticked the Mar coni instrument on the Red Star Liner Finland outward bound. This was the substance of the message heard by the operator: "Hold up! Where are you going with those diamonds? Tell the purer to get the package of Jewels out of his safe. A tug is coming after you, and the proper person is on board to whom the diamonds can be delivered. Don't sail until property surrendered." Only a wireless message could have Spped the big ship this side of Antwerp. But when the Marconigrant was com pleted there was a bustle aboard ship. Bells tinkled in the engineroom, and as the propeller ceased to revolve the Fin land lost headway. The package of diamonds had been con* signed to Hoey, Gascoigne & Scardefield, a custom house brokerage firm, by a client whose name they declined to make pub' lie. The Jewels arrived on Wednesday and were locked up in the liner's safe. The usual permits for immediate delivery to the official truckmen of the public stores had been secured by the brokers, but when the truckmen called for the packae the purser was absent. The brokerage firm did not learn until half an hour after the Finland sailed don Saturday that the diamonds were on their way back to Antwerp. Red Star officials were caled up on the telephone and told of the situation. "That's all right; we'll get 'em for you," was the answer. A few minutes later a tug swung omut into the river and puffed full speed down the Narrows. Meantime a message was sent to the Marconi station and flashed to the Finland, which was held up oilff Sandy Hook. There the tug caught up with the liner, and the diamonds were transferred. They wcrs delivered to the brokers at 4 p. CLASSIFIED WANT ADS ONE CENT A WORD EVERY WANT LISTED HERE DEATHS AMI FUNERALS KIt.GAT.L.t)N-Pal Kilgatin. 4 yerse old son of Mr. and Mrs. Thloma Kilgallon, died this afternoon at the family rsidlec,cr No. "ii West Virginia street. HELP WANTED-MALE TRUS1NWORTIIY 'I.RtS)N in each ,county to manage business ol old establsheid house of solid financial standing; straight bons fide weekly salary oI $t8 Id Iby clreck each Wednesday. with all e'pensen direct from headquarters; money advanced for expenses. Manager, j~3 Caxton lildg., Chicago. L)ETECTIVE-Shrewd, relishle man wanted in every locality for profitable secret service; experience unnecessary. Write American De teetive Association, Indianapolias, Ind. HELP WANTED-FEMALE WT ZI 'irls over 16 )years old to deliver trlegrarns at Western Union Tl,. Co.; good wages. SITUATION WANTED-MALE road. Address "lridlgr." Inter Mountain. WAll ER W1 ANT'SI Wt tIh iin or out of cityt experienced. Address "ll. 75," Inter Mloan. EXI'ERIENCE('I) (tit)K desire, work in hntil; hias good references: striily sober. Addlress "E. ' a," Intter Mountain. ( I.lElK (l1' I:XI' ".RIIEN('I:, ig,,nd 0afer nacc, WaIts piisitiuu in Ilitle; expert lesnmatn. Aodr - "'l.xptert," Inter llouimnin. SITUATION WANTED-FEMALE -..1NT.I ,Work iii a hotel or country fir tihe summer by crperienced waitress. Ad dres "\'Wai-ress 4," inter lMountain. ('II.\l IIEIIM.II,. Igood sorker, wants post. titnl in out of luto hotel. Address "l 40," Inter Mountain. Ill()ttIKEIl':IR, gomd cook, wishes work in ir out of city. Address "F. 56," Inter Moun. I '.\NT WO')RK of any kind; have had experience as honiseketl,rr, wailress a.ld Chiambernlaid. Addreis "UI. So," litter Mousn. tain. W\'ANTI'I:) -IIy cook of experience a similar Imosition; will leave the city; referenices. Address "Ctook" Inter Mountain. FOR RENT-ROOMS I)ESlI.IA1I.I I:'RNISIl5k) ROO()Mls, evey modernl convenience, under new managenmenlt. No. .37 C(',loradlo street. corner Silver street, Itulte. Reynolds & MelDowell block. F.i' RENT-Nicely furnished rooms in I.it. tie Joe blocek; this housr has been entirelr reno,vated and rrturnished, No. 13J \W. Parn. st., Butte. JIIE IERWIN'I Nely hItlihed r,.uns.. iinotl. ern conve,.ences; rea.u,.ihlrt rate1.. N.o. .J ':ast I'arL. Ft(IR ENT-Nicely furn,'hel m,odeiri room.; rates rresonable. No. 5uj North .Main. - ---- - ItF()R rEINT --utrnishid rit)ms fotr Iight house. keeping. No. atu \\r et il;;,na. I I K IlAI\'VARI(-Rlon ms single or en sui,,.; free baths. uia %%. lBroadlway. n, st liabrary. (l. IIN 1.('K- New sad imodern ro ,,;:, corner Iron and Wyomilng. F'tUR RENT-Lynch block; all modern outside rooms; first-class, $8. No. a70 East Park, I', ill I 'l Three unfurnishedl rmnas at No. 45(J SIouth ()hio avenCue. 'T ril. El'l.l.WO).I)-Tran.sents a spcialtahy. No. 56 East Broadway, Butte. W1 I PANS. I Nr-Silecial, York bluok. No.. 66 lit 1.1 El. OXtlFORI)-- Rooms $is ut.; inst h clas; moderrn conveniences. South lMain. hNll(':I.Y IFt'rNSill) (fr.nt rooms, large and airy. No. 7,6 Southtli iain; in.oderru inn. FOk IRENT-Nicely furnished roonts rom $7 per month and up. No. So West M'er'cury si. ; m . . • .. . . • . ..=.. FOR RENT-STOREROOM grocery. W. I'. (,odlanl, ir W'.l't (ranite. ROOMS AND BOARD PLEASANT ltt)()MS with first class board. Mrs. Conrad, No. soS W'est Galena. FOR SALE-HORSES FOR SALE-FPull blooded PI'rchcrun stallion, six years old, weilghing sabout ,6uu. P'rice, $4o. John E. Hofmann, Warm Springs, Mont. FOR SALE-FURNITURE SPEILCALT Y UARAIANS One $ti hotel refrigerator, $js. One $6s new jjiancb wide leather lounge, only 45". I$So bedroom suits, $35 to $So. U ne fireproof safe, $4o; one at $65. One cashier's $65 desk, $0o. One U-foot 315 bookkeeper's desk, only $i1. One $4So piano, only $Sao. Three large wall cases. $as and $35. House rrfriaerators, half price. BUTTI EX(-IIANGE FhRNITIURE CO., Nos. t8 and so West Broadway. FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS FOR: SALE-l'ool table. Inquire of John Sivalan, No. jot West Daly street, Walker erville. ACCORDION PLAITING NO. aus WEST UROADWAY. 'Phone 9aj F. m., * and yesterday afternoon passed through the custom house on their way to the ultimate consignees. MAN-MONKEY DEAD. Another Lose for the Owner of Big "Jingo." [Cornish Telegraph.] Mr. Bostock, the menagerie proprietor, has sustained another great loss in addi tion to the death of the late lamented Zoo elephant, Jingo. Mr. Esau, the wonderful "man-monkey" which recently created such a sensation at the Pavilion, is dead. He caught cold at the conclusion of his Pavilion engagement and tuberculosis su pervened. Esau possessed gifts unprecedented in the animal world, and an eminent surgeon is stated to have been of the opinion that an operation would have resulted in en dowing Esau with the power of "human' speech. Esau was 4% years old and had been Insured with the National Live Stock In surance company for several thousand pounds. "Animal Insurance," said Mr. Clifford, "is always a gamble, but our experience with Esau and Jingo is a record of bad luck even for us. "Their deaths mean a loss all around. I know Mr. Bostock will severely feel the Jingo calamity. He told me he had ar ranged to have him drawn by too horses on a ear of triumph through the streets of New York on his arrival here. "Thd insurance doctor examined Esau on January ji, and pronounced him 'sou.nd BUTTE BUSINESS DIRECTORY For Benefit of Busy People 9 4. '. Want a maid to teach your eon French or German? Every one FOR RENT-HO SES It 4 R IENT' -Three roomn cottage all modern ,.nverlieces. Inquire No. 42S North Mlain. t 'k RlIENT- Ulpper modern sa roum lat, No. J+; North Jackson. Apply No. 7s1 W'cst fQart, street. Rent reasonable. AWNINGS, TENTS AND COVERS Al.l. KINI)S MAi)E to order. Alexalndr lacauaulay. No. ila South tlain. 'Phone bi:. ASSAYERS i"ltItMAS UI'(;';Y, assayer and chmtCLLt. No. i.o Nurth Mlain street, Butte. I ITZI'ATRIC'K & .l:\I'S -Assayers. Site'. cc'.eors to A. II. Ronmbauer. No. oall North I'.yoling St. 'Phone 69-It I P. . Itu) : I t. BOOKS AND STATIONERY NII IIF.S. lR(UT(;.IIT. O)L) and exchanged, at I'almer'a. No. SI East Broadway. BUSINESS CHANCES U N1 WCCANTl a representative in every city ant town in this ltate to presentl our butlinra Onll proposlition is an exceptioinal ine iat illt.I ti a goad, reliable, lhone.t party. asithi rre lrltere, not Irle than $lto per mintillh; ino, c..tv:riiing or appointiiiiiig of agent.; a hi hi-h, . Icli mate llulncs.. Addrres with lampll., ' PC. 'ulatcr & Cu., Lunlmber E.xchangr, BAR FIXTIRES NIl.\V AND SE(ItNI)-IIAN I liar fixlure~. I,,IGard and Iool talles for aulr at No. 36 1...,t (granite street, llutte. 'lite Urutnswt k. 1;i ke('cllcnrt. company. CLEANING AND DYEING PAtl' till:' l'.i IA IA V..l i': lift l'.St All fk giasrantsrdI . N., 6. W e',lt (oilela f.trl.. '. 747 A. hFre '. dyeing and clin.g. COLLECTIONS 5Id i .\NA t'iall.t.":(TItiN AtENI,'Y. Nio. . l'run ylv.,nu hnbldhng. 'rini :i--MI. 1 'nP IIlr.et n, tin all ..,lh ilK, li,ll t,, -- . 11tI "I IK A11 I'STIENIT ('I)tl'ANY (I oile budl bII. 'Try it. No. it North MAlin CARPET CLEANING I Illantnt C('i. have tlo lital.l th in iaparlty for d.i..g goold workl the. sea n. 1"..ttmatel hitr. nislhed freer. No troubli tol call. 'Ir lepllltne 664 Ml. (.e-'rge E. Shal; . imaniager. WuiLa ointer Mulotanla arid I'orlllyry. '';S'lI SIlE Electric I arit ('halu ii.K flt. Slaptsi t, .wtI, rremdiiii.c.l tirntia rngs acur.d. No. jo WiN'at iJruiaway. 'Icllephonc t;-A. CLOTHES CLEANING L -II T1 AII.O1(lNt. (( ) -will ciean and press your suit each week foer $..s er. .,tnth; $ouds called for and dehvered. u. 27 I.ast (,ranite street. 'l'hune Ij. CUTLERY-RAZOR GRINDING ll'.Il:("fl(IC Nikll NE, W)th'(lS sond araor mlanltufaclory. All kindl instrurments slharp etled anld repaired. Our razors and knives ale fully guaranteed. Joseph Wlhithecad, Nub. rus -j ~onilh Arizona. CARPENTER AND JOBBER SI IS1'ACI''1'( Y 11V4JK, howest cstimteshl. \. E'n. W\Vyne, Nu. ia East P'urphsyy. *lsoie 6I '. DRAMATIC ART li 'N K 1I.Il.HT'l-''eacher dramati art, ptly. nual culture, voitce culture. Studio. No. .,j. Pt i'.)ylvaita building. DRUGGISTS 56 East BIroadway, opposite the Thornton. and well in every department.' Soon after wards lie caught a bad cold, and on March g lie was dead. A post-nortem was held, a-,I here is a framed copy of the verdict, stating his death to be due to tuber culosis. "The check and signature for his life policy bore his own autograph, which his traisner, Captain l)elascier, had taught him to write, "'.au, indeed, had his own banking ac count, his earnings (amouisting to some thousands a year) being credited in his .wnII name. 'The famous monkey is now being stuffied for exhibition pturlposes. Mr. IIhstock is training another fine monkey. Consul Ill, to be Esan's successor, and Consul I11 is also insured with us for a large amount. Consul Ill is a screaminglay funny billiard player, but he is hardly the 'gentlenlan' that Esau was. We have on our insurance Ibooks many c(l plants, bears and monkeys. The sys tenm of insurance differs fronm life insur ance in that it is effective for s nmlonths ontly. Otherwise it is the same." Herr Seeth, the lion-tamer, said at the IHippodronme that his a8 performing liouns are insured for £ iS,ooo. This, of course, is nothing approaching their actual value. "If you were to put down £ 5,00ooo for my lion Menelik," said hIerr Seeth, "you wouldn't get him." lHerr Seeth pays from £ o to £6o premliusm for his £ tS,ooo policies. The value of an untrained lion is from £ i.o to £.3o0. Sometimes llerr Sceth can train a clever lion in a fortnight, and thetl his value rises b.'several hundreds IlloCr Finds our Want Ads. bring results. Both for children and adults. DRESSMAKING i:lll'. Iis,. ' l" i.eli, r tin, t l,,,nl. \%'i hulI use the 1,llu1 ihat t.dtUln' the m st i| lae.lliIl 'he lll"_n lthr I .an.l (No.. . : 1 I'u | 1 1It,,e EXPRESS WAGONS 1911V miIoii ynii isprilr us l.u1ii and i.ihri valuhIr , n upin wa'nmo ihrl oS u r,itn ilmve Ilou 11li m clieiiri. qulrker aImil llrucap iII Iiur ,in ow vi t . all up 'lrpihun I i ' iiiNtiia 1ru,,tL & Ta'l'ar cuIJpatIy. )ll.hrC: NoU. s West Iltrsadw.iu FOUND lil I l ,, n, len, and pau.sl fuiti \\ii.u d r i' Iin a i yegl."s.e% f.und ' I 11 t i liianhi ay, Iwnii il. 1 ii. uouu.er .M.ii atii ilit udiir hy b lpaying. r lhiii - llt1 ,,th entl HAIRDRESSING il S. A. Ill KTill l(olIt I. l j',hu ,lresmui . i,.iii 4c ure, c lnuiupnihl . No,. 1I4 Vi'r.t Itis ,sndw:)'. HOUSE MOVING li) l. iuis & .Mil*l I I llsu ur , untsuu ,I rs .,. iuig Nu s, i l'ui I i. P 1i1. HARNESS AND SADDLES •1S nlWi K'si i NNIIII. 1'. .w),st jisuu1c g1.ih antcrd. Alicsnuidr At.scaii. N.. uso Swsnss hlin. 'lhiiu e 6i . HOTELS-LODGING HOUSES THE Sit'T "ll.I. N iII 1"11.. Itutls's+ I'Ipuliir S.tipp tl I'I. e. IIINNI:ll . - .- -- IIINNil .c Thi.e hbe' ti |l ntiul , "lt r.i keu d i ,d lur l .,r in litse. IL, giet as. nuuh oi ;iuy nussd niv y ditll ullrit'dl ,n hie hiil I i hue L; you 's l.Ii. I stuine ilun Icrrlli.d. 'Ill.N. IN lI ITl : Inl it "The A i, " u',ie i h:. a1. tl Isirt liht. , lspse hai, :. N.,. col 11 I liis,:sIsi ,+y (Ip.is,.s , Miuttr ,Ilss-1. LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY ( I(l 1.\l. 1 .,\1 'L il: 'r) la da.n l ll.4l , .,cC andil Ip l . ir. N.,. ; S. Ith .%lIM taIIa. LIVE AND DRESSED POULTRY ;II. liii, in ;i0 a id . ,l el. .el t p 1els y. ( ,p plrr (niy l',eell ry ('i.,. i W . Ieleih I, LOAN OFFICE tielial .I. 1. hAN (iilE I Nu. ,A I I~alk siree. Monrey lIoalld oil every aricl.. of valie. MllNI,.Y ''1 1.l)IAN l.,w Iiie of iel II call. At II.4 ,n's, N.e. .4 I.,;, I°ark MIDWIFE 1111IS. It. . I'All'I : le..iet Je:.n le I i w'le home in eentileenrilee Nu. 4ee, .4je hen Wyo. miing s.rl. 1Vl' A.TlS . IlliME lfer leeer.. ,, l)ake,lta S. MASQUERADE COSTUMES eA l l I% l II: INieS)N - iee \. liee e.ei I s Itmerllle r any IJccai'e.II . leleaelly In dlie l biusell , Itaiei iil , i ri. AT.'F I.N'I I N, - .Ai .I.. I.t laiget essert. mnclll ilrs.luradelJe enlli a Ieel andee eiaks i Mon lna. TIe I ul:lis ,oyul I u., 7 i Est Park. MILLINERY iAIlI:S' ,\Nli ( IlI.IIII':N S Ih .a t a dli.. (cotiie. rliL, IIInglhr, No. e 117 I ias aVei le. MESSENGER SERVICE MUSIC TEACHERS JOIIN N. Edl.StiIN-Teacher violin andl man delin. NO. 141 Wrel (;lsilite. 'Phone iA--M. MRS A. L. I IAITIIIEY -('oernelis. lnstruc. tions given. No. 1 .West Coppe.r. OLIVE OIL IN ARIZONA The Rise of a Great Industry in the Southwest. "i)live oil is now being hhipped by the ton from tle Salt River valley of Arizona anlld tlhe buinessI is on tile boon," said 1. F. Franklin of Phoenix, Ariz. "The entire valley is becomiing dotted with olive orch ards, and at this season of the year the trees are covered with thou.an.ds of tiny little stat -like buds, whicl; will soon be fol lowed by the Ifruit formation, which, when mlatured on the tree, will amollunt to hudlreds of poundil of fruit. O(lives remain on the trees until they are thoroughly ripe before they are picked to have the oil ~tilueezCd anld pressed from them. "Wl.en the olives are ripe it requires a large nulmbier of hands to ulick them, for the work must be done quickly. This is usually done by spreading large canvas sheets around the trees upon which the pic.kers throw the olives as they are picked oil tile bratnchcs. Once they are picked the fruit is cars led to, the crushling machine, which br.eks the fruit up much as apples are crushed fwor cider. I'he, pulp is then put into a machine which presses the juice from it which runls nff ilnto a tank where by force of gravity the oil proper rises to the top and is skeminced oi1 and put away for several months to settle before it is bottled ready for the market. It requires about 7S pIunds of fruit to produce a gal loll of oil." Why He Thought So. fIlaltimore American.] Ite.asler--My, but those so-called high class Illagazilles are ietting careless, Roaster-Why? Have they actually ac cepted soule of your stull at last? INTER MOUNTAIN WANT ADS PAY NOODLE PARLORS M.IEIVAll NmuilI.I PARl, -I)s-+mprlere line Iotri. olirillr.. l hau. . ie IMer .lall Lo. No. 112, corner Mle ury, tile alley, JUNK-HIDE DEALERS C. 914thIN & 11 HRI I .1 IN rap Itr.ll, metal, hI1r. No. . , a l FA I' laIII. 'l'hln e 6f,16 . MONEY TO LOAN htclNI;Y 9'ql.1,\ OA no n ) .ntdwarny. IMltsn th1111h! M.I.ieg 1 (' . N. ,; North Mon,. PISINI . TO L.OAN on teal elte.i l, 11n4ll Ii lles I , II ve ll .*l.l , piel um or h IIi & ta ti., h11n in youI . pl l+oV ol i.*. Hi e & .. Solve sets, N o. pt \les I'.ilk, 14.."n 1. e lN.I'Y 1 ' 1'' 1lI.\O - I "N at l' p llt rens t esta1e lInf Ilout one to tithe y pas. Snt11111 d ýtWgltlon, Nn. MIe We'1+,1 rhlo.tr. SII.lNI'NS & IItI'u lIl will n.egolute a l~ns folr )you It teal esa@5, Rtl llty. 1.4o..ut I. J. 3. Slalver Itw bloek. 1IIINIlY IC i '1AN ,' any LAnd .. scminny 'h, Ia.lvenput, ('o., N. . 11j II,,, ionn steet. ICIANS Money tll i.ht, at I per c(s.II. I de lays. 11411 lmilllterI, No. 48 list Url.ldwvy. C,., lhelour bhlck, wnothert tcrner ,lain an..d. . M.nwa MASSAGE MtllS . II. (. 1 H IN S,. ntll, .i .... . I nllh e. No,. , .;4 .,., lrOwnsI'Y .lnl l v ans . t dIong. 'ihioIl" w.17 It OSTEOPATHY II't \'K VIl IN I \ Il l,11 ll. I''. H ..,i , 1o,,I It's |' sII ) v.ºie.g I hi l'llld It r 'II, ., to t, SI . ' ll 1111.. r, it I" liae.i .S ll Iay OCULIST AND AURIST 1 h11 1 .' I. ',lital, l l 1).l, .r1 , n .ale, the . .. I lhIn-.; pli r. nundrtalr, ll,, ran s h. N.h. º" 1Ishous buslInpy I'Pone UJ4 A PERSONAL .lln"Ily sonthatntl.el; planspinr . anas .ss d.. I I, hlt . 4 1,1 1 \ll .lr. n.* ..IIIn . \ 1 ' 1 1 1 ' 1 . 1 1 t1 1 l' 0 ., 0 0 y i 4 1 1 1 0" , ' N M A rt . Og le _p01r t Ic., I1. (lb.. 1o.rtialid, Iihe. PHOTOGRAPHERS i +I'G l. ý11 ' " 'P llis ,.°ti , l*'+ ,,,t.nKl.,i , ,,, . hllolt t1 H w'lk lll.nll.l 'taJ. No it, "..l PRIVATE SCHOOL M t 1 ,is s '1 1 ' 1 1 .5 1 ,1 ' ` > ,t I l.t i l . A ll ,: 0.". tI . ; 1 ,ltlll, N .. 4,11 W%'l + M*r' I u y. e ie A pI . I,.. i,. ,, _. .. $100 REWARD II . ,.. 1111 1 I "\3. 1r 1 .111 |, 1, 11 Ih * t I I'11tl - i1 11.l t ll , 111 I,,r . . l 1. , 1 Ill , '. .1:1 h anti 11111, t1 1 4 .11h . 1 0I III e iI l tesl t I 0 - . to1y +.,( teV, I \ r .ilt, II I: h i, I isy, \~ "1 1 re si 11, i,. NIi,. tu RESTAURANTS II i11 Ii , 1 1,.u,. a, *.a,.1 )i .Ilw. .s il1 It,),. 1I I h 1 , i .i a, . i .l 1 ni SECOND HAND GOODS II II.,H II N.. 1 .I II .,.,,) .,). p,. , th g " I ii r l li a /, ~ a i.r .,,, I Ih , It i. .4 t+ ve,. 11t a1 :* s . , i . II,' n il lr It nall silaro 1l I ll . 11111 I, ,11.. I )1 ( 1" :1 l 1~ l ,a·it IlI)d IiiIII (S . h1,. N . ,l04 I'.." I'll!. ".1,kll 1, 1 ill :. 'l e! ." ELECTRIC TREATMENTS I.I i. h 1 111 '1 141 .\" I \11. :1 .hal , . l ; *a :i I(.1 1I 11 11.111 I . I n~V \ I , , ,11 Il s ly' , '''I'' L t Iai ,lia' ,i. I'.111,a 4,n (ii la y. 'l'haiu 04 It SURGICAL II II IIAN'IiN, Mi II (;,,nrl.,l l..rar.iave liloall. In)IlIl s: N. ,. .'S. 6, :,., .Silvar Ij. S,1, I i 'I l r ier hne 41.* SCAVENGERS wo.L.. I Irdl.r plitmlnpily iilh .1. SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED iYiTiWNir s.1I. il i.. i,',a ' yi.,l.'rlr rwang :li litlie'. See lt'. I will guarantee I, nilk Lt it alke new. At SStut.l.' , No. Ja %',.a Ilr.a.,lway. TAILORING farlt cla +'. ailurn. tualid K lee', N,. uay West Ilraadway. Ilnisiingi, dyeingi, r*palirinlg. DAN (AlIII.It. 'IAl l.IIt 1ew ila' in'. in prlllng anlid sIauiiinetl woaulrlii, No. jal North M:an. TRANSFERS H i t Ri I lf ' ýi t . I( ;, 'a 1 Pia.arn . WANTED-FURNITURE \VAN 'ig1 i"',Y r s";,,rI7, Iar fl (iuritiaitre hisIh est casllh lria es. a)lllry, No. i5s I':a+t Park. WALL PAPER CLEANED WAII.. J'i l'lt:I (I.lAN'll .rav your ad. dress at New.alu Ilug blue. 'Ilone 16a. Charles Gott. WALL PAPER, PAINTS AI ITIC WAi.. PIAI''I it at low price. 1'. Vadails, No o : Eat alearns SEARCH FOR ASSASSIN WITNESSES IN THE HOWARD TRIAl. IN KENTUCKY GIVE GRAPHIC TESTIMONY. Frankfort, Ky., Aplil ..a.--In the lioward trial today J. II. lMatlllws, formelr republliant assiltant secretary of state, continued his testi. ilmny leu oti an yesterday. Ile tol furtlllher of the breaking open of I'uwrrs' office and thl.e search for the assassin. 'lle scarch continued it)o further than that room, and as suon as lie and othersr there lIarnlied what llIhad beenl done they began to lprotect tlhcnlselves. lie' dlid not see Iloward in the ihall, and his rrcollecttionl was tlilat iGranit Roberta and Saina Slhllhepllrd, clerks in tlhe auditor's office, were the ionly onrs ill the hall wlhen lie first went aut. Ile said Iae had been offered imiimunity by the prosecution when Poiuwerr was on trial if lie woull tea"tify thllat lie ld the assassin into anll out of the secretary of state's office. Sam Shepherd anl (;rant Robierts, clerks rtitllitid thliy were the first pierstonst in the hall after the slioutiang. T'lhey did not see ll.ward there. After a few mninutes they went ill and founlld l'owers' office open. Reasons for Failure. LChicaigo Newa.] "The great drawbaack to your success," announiced the fortunlc-teller, "is your lack of self-confidenlcc." "That's right," replied the man who was trying to puncture the curtain between him nid the future. "The six years I spent iln the emlploy of the government as as sistant weather predicter destroyed all thg cuadlidencei I ever had in Ulyself."