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(tcpehrtcd byr ('Ac Cfomnlqion Co.) ?Nc, 1oik. .\jprl z9.-Today'. quotations lppn. CIore, Ameio n Ice...................... 3.7i 3j Amlalgamated t oppll(,r ............. 6 65 ~ Anaconda ilmig l (..............105 Jos do. preferrcd ............... . ...97 95 Ikltimorec X R~hin ... .............. 9a1/ 931 Brooklyn ttapt, Tran·, ........... 6f+ 606 ('Eaiadq PacIfic ..................31 t3-I1' Cher~ape & ' Itihi................. 441' 45 ('llicap ,@ ,\Itnn ................... Jý1'` 30s l'ollntado Southetllrn ......... ....... -13?A J (olornad. ot el \ Ir ............. 6 (4' eal3ýu, Great \\'e1crtern....... ,,, 1"11 J.S on,,, Matti li ca.......... .......... atIý riiyj ItI,:trc & Iltitlqwu ............... i63. 367'1 Eric . . . do,. firrl preferred ................ 6651 61311, 111inois Cenrtral ......................I,16I 536 V rnnv Central ....................... 3S 33 Kan·:a . City Nomhelcrn ............. 30 3) I.oeti.vil c & Naliille .............t;,4' i 3" Lead ............................... L e ttiti'r........r... £3' .3 ManhattanR ('nn".nhda'c)C(J......... .. 1t,!4 141' M ., St. i . & S. Ste.. ...... ...... (e 1 t Mr~mtua nentrkcal ............... 3l7 330 NC.ue:iea Ntiontai ................. a?( 1",U SALT LAKE QUOTATIONS (Ileporttdl by Coe C'ommiaion C'o.) Salt I.ake., April g. -. Illout ing are today's ('on li.latcl ..l.rcur..................... t.J1' ari . ... ...... ........................ ('alifru n . ............................... .74 'arirni.......................... ....... . u .ow.er lamon.....l .67 Manit.noth t1tl... .... . t ,Jr ay )ay> ................................. .r O ntario ................................ . 5.8 M t ar ....................................... . .. , b...:................................. S.Lh e~ · · r5 : V: ······1mli............ ___ 7j_ POURING INTO THE MOUND CITY TODAY Sightseers Flock to St. Louis by Thousands- Noted Men to Be There. ROOSEVELT AND CLEVE LAND TO ARRIVE TODAY Cardinal Gibbons Is Among the List of Men Gathering for the Formal Dedica tion of the Great Louisiana Purchase Exposition-Governor Odell and Staff of New York on the Ground. ivY 5.5OtEA1ED PRE'S. St. Louis. April a9.-T'his morling the residents of St. l.ouis in general and the mlalnagers of the W\orld's Fair in particu lar, were given their first experience of the .onditions that will confront them dur lug the remainder of the week. l'assenger trains by tle score rolled into the Union station all morning and militia llten and regulars, governors and govern or's stalls poured through the gateways in kwhat seemed a never-ending stream. Vis. tt-.rs who wore no gold lace arrived by the tens of thousands. It was the first of the coming rush and it glame like a tidal wale. St. Louis faced the situation nicely, however, and every body was cared for promptly. All the distinguished guests were met by escorts and conducted to quarters pre viously set apart for tLeir comfort and en tertainment. Those of the multitude who had made no plrevious arrangements for roosts were compelled to hunt for what they wanted, as the hotels were crowded to their utmost Ltid t'he late arrivals had to take to the hoarding houses. Hureaus of information, however, pro vided quarters as fast as possible for all A-.o applied. President Roosevelt will have a busy tiale after his arrival. His train is due at 4:to p. m., and between that hour and p o'clock at nigltt ile is scheduled to eat one dinner and deliver three addresses. He is on the program to speak first at the L;ood Roads convention within ao minutes after his arrival. For Second Speech. At S o'clock he will be at the St. Louis taniversity for his second speooed and from ere he will be driven to the home of President Francis for dinner. At 9 o'clock he will address the Franz Siegel :Monument association at Music hall, Thirteenth and Olive streets. Ex-President Cleveland is expected to arrive over tihe Baltimore & Ohio at s :-o this afternoon. lie will 4,e met by a committee repre senting the Exposition company and dur ing his visit in St. Louis will be the guest of P'resident Francis of the World's Fair in as hose home President Roosevelt will also stay. Cardinal Gibbons, who is to deliver the invocation at the dedication ceremonies to mlorrow, arrived late last night and was escoiti tod to e residence of Archbishop Kaie, whose guest he will ue for the rc piainder of the week. Governor Odell of New VYrk came in this morning, attended by his staff. Fol lowing him closely came special trains bearing a squadron of cavalry provisional division of the naval, militia and a pro visional regiment of infantry, all from ,'ew York, Governor Van Sant of Minnesota, Gov. ernor Cummings of Iowa and Governor Hickey of Nebraska arrived here this snorning and Governor Cummings par ticularly was attended by a staff suffi cently numerous to make a squadron of cavalry itself. Governor Durbin of Indiana with his stall of So people is expected this even Ing. In addition to the troops here, the following state troops arrived during the dOne provisional regiment and band from Ohio, tooo officers and men; four.regi mnents from Missouri, 3,ooo officers and snen; one regiment and band from Iowa 860 officers and men; one regiment and band from Illinois r,ooo officers and men; one battalion and band from Oklahoma, *,ooo officers and men; one battalion from Louisiana, soo officers and men. General Gomez of Cuba arrived during the morning. He was given a hearty wet coment at the depot by a reception commit tee and escorted to the Planters hotel. Pogson, Peloubet & Co. PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS New York so road street Chlcago Marquette Bulding St. Louis * Chemlol building Butte . "nnessy ulldlng AUDITs or hRoos ANDt ACCOUNTs, SysTTass or BooKKINuGo or Co.sTI IttNAN(IAI. ExastINArTOmus, ETc. Open. Clos. Missouri. Kansas & Texas... ... 2ti sV do. preferred ..................... St} SS Missouri l'aciAc.................... o4 New York Central...... .........J' i Norfolk & Western............... 7o~ 7 Northwestern...................... .b )nltario & 'Western............... jO o P'ennsylvania Railway.............. si i 11S7 People's Gas ......................t.o.tn 1s''a Reading ........................... S'i S. Rock Island ......................... 4" 44!' Southern Railway.................. .lf1 1 do. preferred................. q:'4 5 i's Southern Pacific ................. S,S 36 St. I.ouis & San Francisco........ 7. 73'i Smelter..... ................... S,'. 5n0s, Sugar Refinery......................e1,4 1.6'4 St. Paul.....................161!.. tIb Trennessee Coal & Iron........... 6 6. Texas Pacific........ .16 3 T'in City Ralapl Transit Co .... 113 tJ I'tion Pacimic...................... t 9gi l'tiltl States Steel .............. 3.1s /S i -.15. preferred........ .... .1t4t1; \W'abash............................. -'7! !Io. ircferred .................... 4tr i 47 ; i W\'rstertn I'nio.............. . . I.)4 4 4t4 Wisconsin Central.................. . 4 a45 do. preferred............... .... 4 Money. a% . ,Total sales. 1,4q,so shares. __ 1 ' cle Saam ............................... .2 .'ictlr .................................... ..J ankce ............... .................... ..M Sacram ento ................................ .a , \\'o l ba h. .................................. . ., llack ites................................ .5.54 lien li tler ............................... . of C 'rue ............... .................... .t. . I)aly- tlle ................................ 9..1 I'agle & Illue Itell ................... ... .. l Birand Central ........................ .. 5 ., Little Iell .......................... ... 1.7; hlartha W\\ hilngttln ...................... .,J N ew Y ork................................ .. Silver S thichl ........................... .n8', Silver Kin................ ............ 72.50 I ' itld StatI .dliningl .................. 4.6 j!, IN IHESIREET TOODAY SY SBiut'IIATIlt PRKASe. he.w York, April a.--t pcuting pIlice aJ vanced ill contiluation of the upwarld mie. mleut late yeltcrday. The market was without animation anid dealinis were ttiall. Sgllar rose 1" and Attalgamated .t Copper . ltuyintl for the long account was stimulated by the Olpening show of firmlness and the hlth. tqtnent absorptitot of Erjes and L.ocal Tac l4t its. New York Central fell oiT a ptint at one tille, which causedl a mottlltntary tcheck toI ti' rise, but the stock soon rallied and the general li wet c Ut up agat. Iailroad stocks mtovedl within their liits. but the lirltness of the "lranl.cotntinetltal group helped the market's tone. E.rie moved up one point on yesterday's goSod earnings statement, IDelaware & Iludunt.. St. Paul. (Canadian P'acific. .\1.Ialganatedl ('upper. Metroplditan Street R4ailway atd .Manttattat were also a Itpoint better. Iack if denland rather than for any pressure lt, lack oif tdeitatd rather hitai for any pressure to sell. Reactions reached a pI)utt only ln St. .Louis & San Francisco and Sutgar. The bond market at unool was quite broad, but dealings were small and changelt irregllnar. IFresh biyilng o.drts tsuttteil Il the Is. e, ont the decline attnd they rallied well abve their morllinlg prices. .\ Idock of 5.5wm shares of the ltcommon sitock wai met at 3., which was read ily absorbed and the plice wenlt a fraction htbgher. Thie second preferred madlhe largest gain. touching t51i, a rise of nearly 3 pint,. lGood rallies were mtade elsetwhere and Louisville rtoe I;; and Leather preferred, 1. COPPER MINING QUOTATIONS (Reported by Coe Commission Co.) Boston, Mass., April 29.--The copper mining shares closed today as follows: Amalgamated - - - - - $ 65.00 Anaconda - - - - - - 105.00 Osceola - 67.25 Parrot - - - - - - - 28.00 Mohawk - - - - - - 52.75 Tamarack - - - - - . 147.50 Utah Con - - - - - - 29.50 Shannon - - - - - - 14.12 Centennial - - - - - - 25.75 U. S. Mining - . . . . 24.87 Trinity - - - . . . 9.75 Daly West - - - - - - 48.00 THE WALL STREET SITUATION Some Expert Opinion as to Market Conditions. New York. April o.--llenry tcews in his regular weekly financial review says: "It is altogether too early to form any crop opinions except as to winter wheat, and here the assutr: ance of a bumper crop is practically certain. This is Important and decidedly encouraging. The season for other crops is backward, but weather conditions have been good and most sections have been favored with an ample de. gree of moisture which slhoull afford an excel. lnt start. All reports from thie agriculltural districts are satisfactory; the farners have had a series of prosperous years andt brsillels de. pendent thereon is good alnd promises well for another season. A great deal of land twccula. tion is following this irtspertly, which thus far has not reached dangeroust proportions, but nevertheless requires watching. lThe itt dustrial situation is sotmewhat confused by contitnued labor agltation and increasing costs of production. "The monetary outlook is somewhat better and. with the return of funds from the in terior, bank reserves should rise unless tio rapid demands are Mtade upon the loan account for speculative or other purposes. The weekly retllrns may show unlexpected fltctuations at any time owing to progress or closing of in. pollrtant deals, but new operations of import. ancc are not likely to be undertaken for some time to come. There is sonte doubt also as to whetlher the Influx of currency from the in. terior will be as large as usual. Recent bank returns show that Western banks are holding less cash than last year. and this is true of local banks also in spite of the fact of the latter making greater inducements than usual to attract deposits in the formt of interest pay. ment s." Alfred M. Lamar's Letter. New York, April -).-.\Alfrd M. Lamar, speaking of the Mianchuria war cloud, says: "A joint note from the Utnited States, Ftg. land and Japan must have great influence with (ulsia, and of late years war is the last resort of civilized nations. Should International con. flict result it will be remembered that tile Spanish-American war developed into a bull argument on the railroads and industries of this country, and the declaration of war actu ally marked the commencement of a prolonged advance in the stock market. "The commercial agencies continue to report that manufacturing industries in general were never so active, while the various labor con, troversles, which created some anxiety not long ago, are being rapidly settled and work resumed in every direction. "The strength in the Mexican issues Is log. ically accounted for in the advance in the price of silver and the decline in Mexican exchange. whichl In effect Increases the earning power of these companies. "A favorable development In connection with the \'eatern railroadn during the week is tite injunction against granting rebates which, althoulh designed for shippers, promises to be of still more benefit to the railroad cunpanires." Chicago LIvestock. Chicago, April as.-Cattle-Receipts, 19.4ao. Market steady. Good to prime steers, $5.orea $.4o; poor to nediunt, 4.as.g.oe; stockers and feeders, $s.ooos.oo; cows, email@example.com; helfers, $.Soa@s.do; canners, $i.Soa.lo; bulls, $Si..Soo 4.40; calves, $Sa.o4S.0o; Texasfied steers, $4.0o Sheep--Rece pta, sta,0o. Sheep, steady, with lambs lo0 higher. Good to choice wethers, 4.50.Sl.; far to cehoice mixed, m3.*7S4.as; western tteep+ $4.soat.to; native lambs, S455ot 6.8o; westert Iamtbs, $ e .63g.oo. To Givo a Banquet. The Knihts ofl Columbus will live a larle banqtet and ball at the Finlen hotel on some evening in the first or second of May. The ffair will ie very tlotable. idl it is e tectag that it will be largely attended. CLASSIFIED WANT ADS ONE CENT A WORD EVERY WANT LISTED HERE DEATHS AND FUNERALS TAl l.0N.-t.esrge I ranceis, the monthls old Msn of PMr. and Mrs. Nick Taylor. dilr last night. The funeral will take place tomonrirlw at 1 p. m. at the residence, No. ~ KRose street. North Walkerville. HELP WANTED-MALE \VANlE'I'I) -sevral indsustriut.s persoans in each state to travel lu holiiie estatlished ts years ago and with a large 1 rcpital, toi call ulpon merchants anlal agents for succiess.tl atd profitable line. P rllllntcl rlngalgent n t. \'rek. y cash salary of $sS and all traveliug es. penses and hotel hills advanced a rash aearh week. Experience not essential. Mentiion ref rrence and encelre sell addrrssed enlvelope. 'i,\ANTI"I)- lerr,,n to call oii r-talil trade lid agents for mianuifacturisng Ii use; ical terrl* tury; salary $t..7,. paid reekl), andtl epense nonlley advancedit; lpresOnus rIiperrc'll ie le(C'. ar)y; btusness icce.sl. l: inclute sull ait dre.esld ens urpe. .stanldl Miluse, lChicago. WANt tis it sT, u s citti'itusn .shl itlrs ; lib. Ci al salary ti good hutitGelrs. Iltire ('ircul later. Inter M~luntain. HELP WANTED-FEMALE .WANTEl Assistant oster girl ,iie wholi can work osn blooks and opeat. tslnlwlttlt. Ap ply Iby letter I. Inter Nhstll l n lll t lter.' .\llla eundal. ,iate salary wanted. WANT1') Girls uver 10 seau suit it deliver telegratais at W\est\ern L'nton Il. C'u., godl wages. SITUATION WANTED-FEMALE 11I; IIIt yiung girl desires gieniral housie. uark. . :uIlr*, "It. 4µ." litesI Mu ntnIIIIItii. ti i tK wants. work in family in the city; rit plrirnce.l. Addlress "Cullk." In'ti Mluunt.un. EXPENt %It I NIl) chaimberrnaid wants wsrk in ltel out ulof city. Address "I.. ;j," illter sT .\l'lrI".s1, compeltent lit work il any ilace. desires Murk ill or out it city. Atijdlse "I-:xi.eriencedl" siare Inter lMouintain. SITUATION WANTED-MALE A. W.AITER of long cslprriencs ant competiilent wishes l sitlltion lanywher ; ,)IeI. Isltri l-. i14. Address "t ulmpetcnt," case l tter )1lun UNIIº('E ('AkI'E1'1-ER wants railroad work; will leave city. Addre.s "('; rprltuer," care litiei M iiiiU lai. TE,.AM$''l EI warist raihliait work; will leavet city. Address "T'amstel r a," care Inter l..I11)I:i1t waln's work t uu it i); sp.lri. cieedi in railruad work. Addtess "f. 4o," care sliter MIountain. WANTED-SEWING W .Nll.I) .Imiiwtgi by) the lday. Ii.s..+ I.'s Iark, ,fisiusu ,i. WANTED-FRUNITURE \\,VsIl'lb-To hsytin" for casih. tirniuire for 1* I,: iUS eb guild and che.p. Address I'. I s. Ilux i sa. FOR RENT-ROOMS 11 l.0116i.E VONNISHElltIHfttM , eseiy rllln con Cnvenienice, under new Il,anlllag'mnt. No. 7 ('Colorado street, corner Silver street, Bette. R(eynolds & cI).owsll block. lifE t().t 1l1MHlA-Newly hfurnised. thor outghly rtenvatrd; st.eam ltal; eleclial htght and bath. Irts. J. C. tRobison, proplieor, .a West Ilroalway. FOR kENT-'lwo hoIusekeepia t eta 1,. m.n cr0, ga ra nge, ltlo t water ht.ltnllg, I'lpton FO(R RINJ'--. Newly furnished fromnt sote ol rooms. Tailant block, cunucr Pat ask and W.oumuinsg. 'ill," J"R\V I N Newly fsi .ltshed tonm,; *od. ern ronvenlll:ncc+; reasunaible rates. Nu. .ja Past 'Park. iFOR RLNT-bicetly furnishled modern roomns; rates reasonable. No. Soj North Alain. 111e IIARVARtD-Roonms single or en suite; free baths. .iu W. lBroadway, nest Library. OLSON II.(t('K- New and mnodern rooms; corner Iron and Wyoming. '(JR RP.ENT--.ynch bltal:; sil modern outside roonms; firstclass, $5. No. 75 East Park. T1I3E El.lWO( l)--Transient, a specialty. No. 6 East Blroadway, Butte. NIC'El.1 I;I:N+NISEIIJD R(OM.1S, $Ioo and iup, at .ua West l'ark street. TRANSIE'.NT-Special, York block. No. 66 West lark. l '1'il.) O)XFORD -Rooms $ao upl; firstcclass; modern conveniences. South Main. NICEYI. 1"tNA 1511ElD front rouums, large and airy. No. fa6 South %lain; minern nts. provernents. FO)R R.ENT'-Nicely furnilshed rooms froun $7 per mnllth and up, o. So We\\'t l.Mcrutry st. FOR RENT-HOUSES It' RN I'IT .IR of three roomns fur ,ae. Jfou.e for rent; modern; 6& W~est (;alena St. ROOMS AND BOARD PL.EASANT ROOlMS with first-clss board. lMrs. Conrad, No. sos West'Galena. FOR RENT-STOREROOM EU -.R 'l'. 1lE.-Stureroom or sma grocery. W,. . Cobban, tub West Granite. PRESIDENT'S TOUR ONE OF TRIUMPH (Continued from Page ()ne.) six companire of the Iowa National guard, ; the procession moved along Main street, which was lavishly decorated with flags and banners and thronged with fully J), ooo people. Few Minutes Talk. At Rand park the president, standing in the pit of a natural amphitheater, made a tomninute speech which was heartily up plauded. The grave of the Indian chief, Keokuk, from whom the city gets its name, is lo cated here, and the carriageq were halted for a few moments beside his monument. The party was then driven back to the train and departed southward at to o'clock. The president while here was given a miniature fac-simile of the first American flag by Betsy Ross. This banner was of silk, with 13 stars, and was made by Mrs. Rachael Albright of Fort Madison, Iowa, who is 9g years old and a great grand. daughter of Betsy Ross. Pleases the President. President Roosevelt today received from Frank T. Dyer, tax collector of New York, a telegram informing hin the court of appeals of that state had handed down a decision declaring constitutional the franchise tax law. The president is highly gratified over the outcome of the case, Speech at Quincy. Quincy, III., April ag.-Presidset Rooses BUTTE BUSINESS DIRECTORY for Benefit of Busy People, FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE i 't Il '1.IN.ýi 4'IIAN. Es in real rctat, ranche, Inots and mines, see K. uormel & S,. ('ollret,,nns a specialty. \~e represent the r6heapret and safest insurance in the country. I Ilt SAI.E-IYrs- t and garden ranrh, one mile shove l'ilpsttlue Splnigs. Address Sam Itluti. W idilville., lont. I41 S .AlE. I.arge sl-rnoam0 house at kiu V_ cat t;ranite. $I,tuml it taken he4dre Mhty It. FOR SALE-FURNITURE `1'ECIALIL IUAklAiNS. (Inc $7 hotel retrigtoaor. ih l sne os new . U ich wide leather locage. liily 5 %. $ Is lirdotintil suits, S.rt i esa. (I In li reIrI.i sI(e,. $4.i one at $)g. Io C r.. Iier' us R' d dIsk. $.a. Ine it oot $,ts booIkkeeper's desk, only $s' Snc $,4. pleani. only usoo. Three lare wllt cases, 'as and fu. Nos. It and as Wrest Broadway. FOR SALE-HORSES 1S1it SAL.\ -:ull bloaded Percheroa stanlltoa, Years old wishing abunt 1600. Price, $4 -.,,Jh. Ihn olmann. Warm Sprins, Moat. FOR RENT-HOUSES 1 it, II"lNT Three.room ottage all modern nvenvrlences. Inquire No. 45y Worth Mams. AWNINGS, TENTS AND COVERS At I. KINDS MADE to order. Alexander lacaiilay, No. ila South Masa. ''Phone 6a. FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS I It. \1. doren ladies' lisle thread open l~r~ drip stitch hose. relulary rletal at r ;,I Si pair; take what you wanlt of them at pair. iJ6 South Main at. .-I \IItAL. samples of ladies' dress skirts at Yi lnw price for sale. all at ju S.otlll ' ACCORDION PLAITING ASSAYERS ut IIt . i t l I t iI Is Y ' 'and .1ssayin. I 'ru iclll Y illllll I. .Ccl tlll i assaying\l 1 I-"miers atte d to. .5mals & ,InI so , 7=,4 111I,1A.S Illt I(iV, assayer aild chlemist. No. I.,l North hMain stiri, Itunte. I IIZI'.1TI'K !& ILEW IS .-sayers. .,in ce.,rs to A. II. Itianetr. Nio. lt Nirtlhi V. 'ynuing St '.l'thone t. . I. P. I. lion ii BOOKS AND STATIONERY .% V L\'.S 11(1 i;T. S 1.1 aIiI rad L .41and,1 at IPalmer's. No,. 1 I:alt iBroadway. BUSINESS CHANCES t\1 . W1ANTi a ;ere..sentative in evety ,Iy anl Itownl in thrs state to pIresent oulr hItllitune. III. propo.5,1 itio n is an IIextI 11 lnal oine anlld ,Ie.r. lto a gu"d, reliablc, hone.st plaity, wlith re rrllrnc , Ilout t than1111 $ip, peir ai Ith; nlo) canva.,in.l or appllluiIntllg of agefnt; a bns lde, legiitimate Iti.lness. AlldrlIls with stamp,. ;. 'u. ulatlEr di Co.. Lumber Lacllallge, BAR FIXTURES .lNW AN) SEt SiIIN ISlAN) bar 1int.,1 hilliard anld p,-..l tallle , I.' r .lh. at tin. 36 Eaut (ranite srre., lutlte. T'he lUrllnawckl lIalke-( olender r cllllmpanlly. CLEANING AND DYEING IAI' 17t i'si "iARISIA. N "lf H:lII ,.si: ..II walk gui ani'ia tIed. Ni 61 \\W'r't (lla l lna slice(. 'Phone 717 A". Fent h dl'.ig and t h attnsn COLLECTIONS d' N IANA CI1l..l1.4 l'N A1.EN(Y, N., tot P +innlylvoana lillding Phine ' 3 -As. liTT.E AJIISt'l M1IINT ('MINP'ANY 1 ,olie,t It1 billa . Try it. No. III Nolth MAlai CARPET CLEANING ( 'annlllg (Co. have d.llled Ith ilr i al.Jcily tor dlllg lllgood worlk I scasn llElMnats lu. nii.cd free. No t rlhle lto call. 'I'eltplihn', . .(Lo M. G;eorge !.. Shale, i.ii.ager. \'oiks coiner Montanlia llan Ilirhliyry. W r1.51' SiIE Elittle I i1 4ta ,6tl IflSlltln Ito - .scoured. No. 130 We't fira-way. '1lephoneii w -A. CLOTHES CLEANING UNIO. 'E 'AIl.4 1 .1tN ; (It jrll t4l,.n . it tact. your stit er tt wN-"k ,,r . r ..,,, .. .nth, 1l',ds called fir a. . deI vltb d. .v'. ;7 lEast (1am4i e lstreet. 1ho1n+e aft1 . CUTLERY-RAZOR GRINDING 1'+..L CJi tlt (t li N GI'Mll N' XVi i. and. "azor itanufto.ry. All Li,, mlll tllliim nt, ",ha p cned and replaihd. n1i r·,r andrl knlves aIe fullJ IulllIlntedIl. Jepilh \ hl tchct l, lNo,. l .i sj/ buh Ariz,01a. CARPENTER AND JOBBER SA'I'ISAI'"AtI"IIY W\'1tK, lowest tnimiate;i . I I. WV)niel, No as a.t uliphylt y. 'Phone 614 I. t 'el t stopped herec for al1.ut .1 4iilute1, this ltorni'4g. A large crowd was on1 hll! to grit lim and amiiid cheer', lIe 1wa, drivu Ito (''lrlllrh111oe park. wher. he lelilvre".t a short address, h .e sh lidd,: itI the lut iiio of currency and said ,n u.hltan,.; "O)ur currency law.s have lIbeln rteeltitly imilived by specific declaratio,ll n ilteI'led It secure perlmnlltlIncy of values. llul this dory not Imply that tlhese lawl s may Ilot le still further illmplroved andl iltr.iiKth It isi well nigh .and uniivcrsally :ai tiltted that our currency syltel, is want ii,1 in elasticity; that is, the volniume dl1os, il4nt respolld toI the varying needs o1. if tI.le country as a whole, nor to the varying ineeds of different loca:lities. "Our pteople scalcely need to l, re tInided that grain raisillg comlllmllitite re quire a larger vmolumne of currency at lhar vest time than during the sunlIIlner mnonlht. "T'h siame4 principle applies to every industry, tol every connInunity, )Our cur rency laws nIeled suchl tI.l.dllcati,~ , as will insure the parity of every dollar coined or issued by tile govrenllment 1and such ex 1'lnsiionl anidi contraction of our rcurrency a- will promptly and automlatically re spond to the varying demanl, , o coml 44'rce. "Perinanent increase will '.e :Ilangirolus; permanenlt contraction ruinnIou, but the needed elasticity mnut be brougl.t about biy prlovisions which will permit Ioth con traction andi oxpanslion as the varyiliy ner1ds of the several connunllties anlld ,iiit 1lec4 interests may require." HE WAS SHOT IN THE BACK Missoula, April 29.-Henry O'Brien of Sl-and Point, Idaho, was I rought here for treatment today and is in tile hospital. While out hunting recently he was shot ill the back. His wounid,, wb1le plainlful, are not serious. DRAMATIC ART iTKiti.iLLTT-ti-1cahe~r dramat art pyiv. sical culture. voice culture. StudiU, Nu. al Plennsylvanla building. DRUGGISTS 4 East BIroadway, opposite the Thtrntnn. DRESSMAKING an111`.A'ri ,i on .r .: :. . ;l e'.h,, i.m the kind that lalikfies the moto lastatlonh Ihditr in the lland Nn. 7..t7 \.tt I'alk strei , EXPRESS WAGONS valuabhi an an tirln wautgo, whent yout 'an move soI much cleaner, qp krl tulI hipelt tr s i our new van? tall up lelrph.Ir '"1 Mtitil Truck & Trai.lr cumpanly, tIll.t:t Ne . I West Broadwwa. ELECTRIC TREATMENTS MASSAGE. superltuous hair remn-lt,. 4hu, podiesy: :eper. hairt dlee ,. "an umit. N., 414 ()w.eley. 'I'hone fiil II1 FURNITURE POLISH .il'l It NT 'N Y t .n h N r-iti Ie.ttotrr r i...-- ,.Iy p'reparailln tit ute hi pllunil andl hlr It III ture; wltl aill anid giv e allple ut wik. II. I. Ntbli, No. 4 t Slith Maun. HOUSE MOVING-ROOFING I)I;Ak I).\YYI'N leTephtenee Ja It 4tin1' hfy Iatt Park l.residence. 4.1 ,outlh t)lI,. Ielt.tºN; Il & SMIIIl IHouse mtiveing ItIt tan ng,. No. S y We.t lPakI. 'lthonr it II HAIRDRESSING I.ERMATetII.t.Y ANS 11It .t II14 -lI N1. electrtr c calp ireaillleall I. 1 i 1.ll1t t . Mrs. I.ler, s4 I'entylvania BIk. IIC!. .A:IlRTWIInsII;T, ha'ir;dre.n,. ,a.... cure. chiropodist. No. sat W t It tiast.tway HARNESS AND SADDLES BV.ST WI(RKMANSIIIH, lt.w, ..p . p n..ll ateed, Aleaander Macaulay, No. ita .outh Main. 'Phone 46. HOTELS-LODGING HOUSES THE SOUTiHERN I1 1a TI'I.. Iluti', i',n|.r lnl1ppig t l ,A e. f)INN i'It ..c" IIINNI .It .;c n Illlite. .'11un ,l .t a, lnn, hl| .ally Rand r.v-, y dish .llrced n11 Ilhe hill of Luc .1. )1. ,u wiI,. Wi II'N IN llrtl"IE 'tlop at "The Arltvih" SMtearn hral, elrctrtlc light, free ItallI N.. 6. 'est Itr.,a,,way (, poll,+tr Sthlrr ,,If0,..) JUNK-HIDE DEALERS 1,1it1itIN & I'.ItII.Ia N ecrap noi , t.tlal, hblre, N.. .j + l"..ite I'lalln nln 'I' .lnr (,lIV. KODAK FINISHING I,\KI. y,,ur k,,,lak ,- IIk tthe lie nte lh, ,to Vilrw ' . N i. it '. - l'.uk, I..** 111k It t. .t I t.. . . . . . . . . . .. . . .. . . . . . ... LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY Clik.1. AINS Ai. III. I.. . ,,I an . ; .. , .u.i... aIt till lc fas. No',. S17 ,%,)tlth (·11~,nhilll, LIVE AND DRESSED POULTRY A1.1. kun , " . .1 i and df ....I d p',ol1y. i ,Is p., (ity I'·ils) ., I \\i.(li) I LOST (I,,IL Ipit \l fI .t ' h,..,L I),"t llil , "I, ,. . (, ,I I ,s , ,I p- 1, 1 ll .. ",k It .1. b n ., "o, LOAN OFFICE Sildi!N lSI.IAN 441111 I. N. .ilt I',llk s%1r(t. Mollcy lIIoaJed on everIy tlllel of valui i MI( NI:Y 'l(l IA L AN I.ow ,tie t i int,.,t. A t N.__ ,,, ,, , .. 4 I . i'.,k. MIDWIFE MNI'. It 1".\\ 1.1..\ I I'sIole '.., I nlu wde; I.',' lr" Ill l ll4 l lll0,ll4l4,4 N ", I.~ , 'J thil \\4 yu. nliftn ,re,"t. I'I( VAi ll'A 1I 1). I , l. ior h '.1 ' la1,kul S . MUSIC TEACHERS )1,1i1N N, ..,i.,, 1' 'l eatlh , . .n ,m ...a.. ,lin, . No. a.I' \\,4 I . . i ( n; . h l' 4,e 'I -M. Mi<.s A l. IIAI iI..V (,.n . Jinliuc. |1l.,11 jiv*ii Nu. 14 \i. t ( pp . 1 1I . ", W I .I.If. 'AM In ,stta .n ,,| pitan nuti MASQUERADE COSTUMES A .lI II N I ' If1 N' 1,i. I ,i1.1 , ' l ,,r11j ii,l Ia% l.ia l ilna Ile 1' i . .4 1 144., sl Ii 'Idi I ' ii , , \.N( IN.I ,t \VIINI .t A,.I . iii. l .vey Ii , it ' ,,1 i i t I ,_, 1 MESSENGER SERVICE RING \,l4 1.1)' I box "or 'phoIil . . . BREWERS IN SESSION MONTANA ASSOCIATION MEETS IN GREAT FALLS-NELSON COAL MINES SHUT DOWN. Pilt IAl. U 1' 111' INI "ll. Afr 'NT ,AIN'., (;rrat I; akll, April .V. liThe aiiur:ll ni4ietigiK of lhe Montania lrewers' ali~.ci;a tilli opened here today hi the Elks hall. Jh.. s.liedy i. furiedl for mutuail protec tion. T'his afternllo44ll the illmember lare viewing the It. & M. lirliters, escorted by May.r Collinsa of Great Falls. Tolliight hey will be tendcleld a Ialllquct ati the lntiinlan cafe by the local brewers, the Amliericali adil the Montana. The pretsent offlicer of the arrsciation are lfeiry .Mueller of Hutte, Iipresident; S, It. Jenson of ;reat Falls, vice lresident; Cliarlei lloe'ffler of Great Falls, secretary, anid E. . i eichile of Illrena, treasurer. 'l'he meetinig of next year will prob ably be held at Hlelena. (Officers are to be elected tomorrow. Wordl was rrceivedl here tolday Ilthat the Nelbun coal aniinea, Said (oulee, have been shut down indefinitely, throwing too menf out of work. Merkle-Igo Wedding. A marriage license was inlued to Thomas I'. Merkle and Miss Mary A. 1go at the court clerk's office tlis alfternoonrt, The marriage of the young couple will take placie at the Sacred Ifleat church tlii evenillig. The ceremony will be performed by Rev. Flather Callahanii. Mr. Merkle and his inteildehd bride were formnerly Nevada eopille, and lithcy are very widely and popularly known among thie ex-. evadans of 1 . lTlle 4ar4'riage will lie sllcodeid by the fricnds and relalivcz of the young couple. INTER MOUNTAIN WANT ADS PAY MILLINERY i.Al0lls ANDl Ii 1)1)I tN's hat, at a di.* cnmnt. lrl, Ihru , . . No ' I lah avenues NOODLE PARLORS M IWAII NIitifl. IPARI.n)RS-lnIportera Ano lean. noodlhe. (hatu, Suie Melwah to. No. ig, corner Mercury, the ialley. MONEY TO LOAN MI INK' T IASAN Un any acurtlly. lutte 'thattel Maortgage l(o, No. 31 North Maltn. MUNEY Tt l.oAN on real eatate, tranh plroperty, lilvest.ic , pln sll or ilurnntltre. ltrlln in your pllllitiin, M.h .lMe & M.lve* in, No. 4 Wert iark, l .int S. Mi INKY rp It I AN at I per cent in real estate tor hreln one In thIer tasli. hl1nlth .1 Jefinrles, No. .9 West It4. nite. 1S.IMI. NSAl & ili 'llli will neg.itile a Ioam lot Iysu on real illt e; s.curnly. k.luilll I, i 0, Silver Itow blclk. MiNE I N I11 1.1 .1N in any kIid I .t seurtly. ' he liavenpuit ta., No. aill lanitmin sheet. .(lIANS Mhory It loan at A pe. cent, nml, ld* I4ys, Illt Ii itherl, Nu. 419 ast Broadway. Iluttr, Moi llna. Mt)NF.Y 'i' I.iAN I.n'kenan K Artmiia;a ('i., Ilri iuii block, nisthreast r slllrl Mali •nd Itlloun .ly. MASSAGE I"ll.es Nio. :*74 17., I'niitilO alnh tiliiiiuig. 'l...r 997 II, OSTEOPATHY U)N K 'ilisINl.% llimt,ý.e I I, H m NI 4. Ifn I'rInn ,lv. l.I 11A . .l,111 , II*.q y' 1 . I, . I 1. 4. 7 ti. ii tith, i ,. .* , . .indi" OCULIST AND AURIST I- 'IT . A. (,t1l1( ,, I Iy , ea. , s,.,,, a11., . ,11.I Illlygs, tIi.' I IIIeaI*. IIsn.t . s .I 14 II hu llb.ui hi,. i 1.t l'hiunl i .a PERSONAL AI,\' it I"I: P I Iu i11 *.i i la.t h I ,.d it lle t Hu. Alll}, l l e na II, llll l ll* rI, ( I dl.1 . li4hpi u1, 2 ua ill , . ',,.II. l . tin., PHOTOGRAPHERS Seei | Inel work I.i 4.lterd. Nos. :'_ / . PRIVATE SCHOOL ~1 I S It it .N 1" \'.. .( l.tiiIl. All ,,I,' taughl. N.,. 4JI \\",,lt Melr1 ty. Italy pila valr . hl,.l $100 REWARD Sher .A. ,. , 14. 1 'H.4t An.rs1 ag ato l llse l,,. y Sll" he ,, w lll, *I et!. a 1 11 o I , ** ll , , h t ..11 4* ae.l,l ll ' , .1. 11 i .l . 1J111,1 11u II. *1*,ii, ., , I, ah y. N 1a h -1 |'ll ..e tl I'l.l ,' . I, ' les, 1 14 1 111 RESTAURANTS I1' 1111' 'li yV .. 1 .,,,i.nll( "n.,,' y,,- A.WAY will ft.,yal 1 ,i!.. No 7 E nI .,.l . SECOND HAND GOODS il.l.t114 , N. i I \.. , Ie.i at . I£,ly. p t)eul1 'iN lll N .III 'h i i r rii .lnl Cn iiii l ld pII ,, II . ii w niii I . Ii . ithl i .il.. Ir old *.IIves' : , ll l nllllr . |,.. I t. o R he . t i,., hi,,or. lug I'o s , , i , lI. ., le yhl u i- i l. 1lgr )vlr II I .I ' I N I I .i, I..7 N 'I .. I I ll l'AN I'I IAII . IIi r slc"ut 4 1i.Il a h.,id. N . 1 i I'i I . .1 I, I.. N ill. Ilei pi .nesr 6' t I NI M , 1· ,,.Ia SURGICAL II If 1 StN. . 1: titn N.I ,,1I . , Ive tii l.. 11 . . . . . t. .. . . . .. . ... SCAVENGERS work V Irdeirri ii.jN illg y .IIin. SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED fill N T FI llI, 111 I' \< 11 ,I yo,. .,r inWglI w I.Iuh . l cr, I .1ii 1 t I .iIlll' g ills itle ito rlu k. a I lk" i, w. At Sits. .l '., N. v. mi TAILORING Ie lff ' ii I , ti1 . ( ai I e , I '.ilt vilI.ir fir'N tan, L i It I Rua .' L ie,, N r 1 -es Ilrull waty. ( b ,Ianligi, Id)rii c , PIliimig WAAN ( PAl. APRIt, ,All.Ilil New dT.ii in splll Silln a uainlnrl lwUule l. N.1. ,Il N r.lith Ml;iiu . TRANSFERS lIIN'Io \1'1 1:i l'S HI S ,, 'l'hone :." . WANTED- FURNITURE r.P N. ah . orI. I IN .llI t y, No I ',l ':.;st Pari WALL PAPER CLEANED \'ALL, ." I'*I'.:IH i..1AN ol. , .l ..,v, your ad. dress at N.erwilnr |llll .oloe. h'i)inel Is. ( hallli' (,.,lt. WALL PAPER, PAINTS I' V'didllaIls No. per J'. ut G( lera, SCOLLITT PARONEDO TOOLE RLCOMMLNDS GALLATIN COUNTY MURDERER, SENT UP IN 1896, FOR GLEMENCY. ,li i ll ti I 'Il l, IN Ic i MoIN'IAIN,. | lIlinl, Alt c1i ,u). --lThi' governllor has recoilucicilendl I'nter Scollitt for pardon. Scollit was senlt up frotl Gallatln (county ill 11$,1 for the mllurder lf Philip -Ieadle. His senteiinced was ia years. With the usual allowanclle for goodi con duct lie wilulll e out in three itmonths. "'he governor's recomminieiidation nlust of course go to the plurdoning Imoard, but there iL said to be little doubt that Scol. litt will be released. Denies Railroad Statements. BY AE.ZOC'IA'IIfD PRuIiS. Mahlison, 'hi;., April ',. - Governoa l."iolette senlt a special IIeissage to the Ieglsittlurte todlay lll the freight cofmis sion bill. It is aln exhaustive ,docuiment antd tretl.s oil the subject of railroad freight charges, comllp lling 1,to6 pages, anid is intended to refute the statements sand argumelnts that were niade by railroad mlen and general agents before the general assembly rcomlnlisslon. Medpls for Nursel. New York, April az.-Thie seven nlurses froml the Mills trainling school for male nurses who saw service in Chinese and South African waters on the hospital ship Maille have received the Chinese medlsl from the British government through Sir Percy Sanderson. T'he medals for the South African service were received last -ight.