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BASEBALL BOOSTED
SBY PREACHER
IN EAST
BROOKLYN MINISTER SAYS ST.
PAUL WOULD HAVE BEEN A
FAN IF HE HAD KNOWN.
PLENTY OF PRECEDENT
The Apostle's Epistles Give Evidence
That He Was a Good Sportsman and
He Uses Many Athletic Terms-Run.
nor and Boxer Himself.
New Yoak, Jun' 12'. ---() 1t tllllniy in
enct th I'y tlr In th d\'vted by IIthdford l' . I
|ytrqial ehun'rlh of lBrooklyn to- i1 ,'r
|11an tol I HII n ).hll. T he , Her.l Vvien areli
old ulaher the nn llv'tr of the N'\ew .
|4'llln1. Thtli year's 4erlvhe w',as held
yesterday and the wcrn lton was by lie('.
Dr. Iloward Vyt ng. HI told his hear
Prt that lat int I'ntf pilsltaching int
A1eri'l this sm t ler w ld lndotllbt
, 'dly I'he inal lenthl ittlstl fiun ad lt d \ttr hl
lltt t nd all th l t Kuy ti s.
"P.itllti ",t11 I n e, ntht l sistl(' sil-rtq
man," t ih Itrtachellr . old. l
"ly clopse wIl his friendship with
pre4lding offhcers at the great inmn('
of western Asia ittl to excite very arc
ti\'ve mlicltude on their ipart In ill he. .
Inilf when IIaIItll t'lemced in 11hlnger-so
reo'rds tlhe h)ok oil' A(is. H°e tiues
athletl terms frequettntly, pIanki ng of
himself a1 ti ' it I'r11 11I It Ioxer, tnd
fi11g rativt ly applying the teIn' (tr't
I' npir,. ,f the Ski,.s' to his .Ma1ster.
"What it qtllkner ilf the intellect
1I lor Atila rlt' f ll i~gtmr l l'! A lithenl i
tilnll ht gurtl tllr d t 7.226.433 possible
plnys on it husteht!I dilalnolld. Which
one of them shall the phlyer try"
or Pitchehr r Imanager on the hench,
t, li'tl i te the i tanl lllIce and speed antl
"haes in th' twi' kling of all k eye; tot
PInk i WIll full of neaed1 orders ais
to twhether it will I llt curvet, up or
down; or right or left; or fnd.e uwn:/y
to read our antagoln|sts minds, tot tqi
d('ertand their Ineixt nm e Is the prdli
"An evi l hor eniiiote to the alth fild
twa)o-th d ll of I I.nel·tlaln ol la whenl
ambling and hlred defwats and di~
hoinestty w1e ll nigh ruined th lli gaine,
It iiiiit- young t oith tarlh Ii ll e t ar. t ht
1,honor :lsld t11he sllgltt.st inll''ratn lll
therm tof tVoub , he t'l4ited wfith exciliion
f'romn the 1i'ly f."
THE EXPEDIENT.
(Phlhlnelphla Inquirer.)
The Shakespearean star threaded Iii;
long fingers throgh his longer hair
"IId (utlltliuly appr)oached the ntaiager.
"C-an you lend men 15 Bents, old
nuln?" he asked,.
"What for?" the mtnagr daonlinrl,1 I,
allmplciontlt y.
"Well, what do yo1 asUppnmo I wait
it for?" retorted the star, pointing to
Il s unl hnlt'en c'hi. "Y1 II don't o'port'
nie to play Rtonlen tonight with six
days' growth of beard ton Ilny ft'ue, doc
"O)h, if that's all!" the nmanager ,x
claimed, "we an oon put things
right!"
"Then you'll lhnd It?" iaked the star
eugerly.
"No, I'm not going to waste money
In hair dressing exponses," rtpliled the
manager. "We'l] change the hill t-
lilt and put on 'Him Lust Hope'--and
you shilll plaliy the Ipawttlltroker.
A Welcome Change"
Smoke curling up from the farmhouse
chimney as the men are coming in from the
fields, gives a pretty suggestion of a good sup
per and a' comfortable home. But it also
means a hot, tired woman, working hard over
a blazing fire.
Your wife can escape this with a New
Perfection Oil Cook-tove.
A New Perfection keeps a kitchen many degrees cooler than any
other range, yet it does all a coal or wood range can do. It saves time,
labor and fuel. No wood to cut ; no coal to carny; no ashes; no soot.
With the New Perfection oven it is the best cooking device you can
find anywhere.
M.o t .wI2a l t a 2 . n ,w
3i d'.uo t e i k s , s .-v silk |.
Ct..at Ol Conpur
. .........(t- e ... . .
PIlCHERS' BAJILE
ENDS BAD FOR
ST. LOUIS ,
COOMBS HOLDS DEFEATED TEAM
TO ONE HIT WHILE PHILA
DELPHIA GETS FIVE.
WHITE IS PUZZLE
Cobb Is As Handy as Usual With the
Stick and His Two Doubles Score 3
-Young Pitcher for Cleveland Is a
Surprise.
Club- W.n Lost Pet.
Th trlt 37 15 .712
i'hillahdelphln 311 17 .6r8
('hIleago 24 20 .54,
Uostun 2..... 2 .42
New York .24 22 .522
c'lrve.lnd 20 31 .302
Wa\shington .........17 30 .340
St. Lmails ... . 16 34 .320
Phlhilahelhllhi. June 12.-Phllndelphla
defeatel d St. Io uli. I to iI, In the best
pltuchers' hllttlhe sen lhere thslu season.
'Coomn held the vhsitors to one lilt,
It single by Peltly in the slxth. The
only run uns IImade In the ninth andl
resillted In Iuker leking hurt. liaker
singled andl on i short passeid |all
run toI wieonl and just as he was
Ihlot 0to tpll n the hlilag he was struck
on the haik iof thel headt biy 'tarkes'
throw andil 't llel ll Iui'n stIl n(l ,ious.
colre- R II E,
Ft. Loul s . .0 1 2
I'lilhaidelih In 1 5 2
Iiutterlh.--P'lty and (" ark,; I'Coohls
ti l Lilt.
Younn Pitcher Does Splendidly.
N..w York. Jun, 12.---ilevelanl tried
II 'lyo'nRg pltl"hr namel;ui James from
i Toledo lag;inst New\\ York today anll
he 1iid 1ple011 flly. though his team
was hue:ten. 4 to 1. fnll and it1r.
mlntghaln starlred In the flihl.
S..or.- R II
C'lev.ind 1 4 3
New York ... ... 4 4 3
ItBtterlies-J.amoes an( land; Quinn
alnd WOOenly,y.
Cobb Stars as Usual.
Boston, June 12.-Del)ltit i.fea tefd
ostoni 5 to 4, in a brlilliant gamne.
hCobb's hitting wix o ofil the feature.,
his twlo douhiIh irivinlg in lthe rluns.
Stnore- It I E:
ioston ..... 4 10 1
)Detrolt .. 14 2
iltterlofe- Illl and Nunilaunaker:
Willllltt anit Caiy.
White a Puzzle.
Vashington, Jlii 12.-White was a
phuzzlo to WVashington today, (h`ilingo
winnIng, 4 to 0. Clever caltehes were
made biy 7i rlride and Street, while
Ping Throdle drove the I. 111 over the
eenterfield ftllene I'(r ; limnel run.
Score- It It F
VWaihltington ...............0 7 0
('hlllego . ... 4 11 0
Iatterih-- Walker and Street; White
andl Sullivan.
N. P. WINS.
TIh, Northern Pafllc' club has nidd ,d
in.tliler scitllp to Its helt. The ('hls
\1re difoltcd Sllnday mIorlling In it
I\vely ganme, the score being 12 to 1.
SKAT CONGRESS ADJOURNS.
Pllttslurg, June 12.-The 14th nrnntlt
onvenltliion of thie North Amerlean
Skllt congress adjourned tonight. Tih.
tio iltlil pri.e, $1,000 and la $500 plainu
l.acye'r, were w.lt by" M.ix Weertantin iof
('hieigo and Charles Sanders of Wac'.
sit1e, W ll. In atlddltion, I:c ither ,;rI'ot .
valued at I4.6271. were awarded.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
(lIul,- Win Lost Pet.
('hie.'a,, 31 1x .133
New York 31 19 .824a
'lhllc hell h i .31 2Cc .605
'Pittsnurg . ; 22 .,31
Nt. L.nuih. 2(t 23 ..ti1
C' lncin aI . 24 " .471
llr.re klcyn .1 .322 0:1
Rceostonl 12 39 .233
Kling Doesn't Like Trade.
'lericago. Junel' 12.-Bre ,nB anid Reul
i leh cePre both wild, but 4'lChicag, won
over loanton, 6 to, . Johnii Klnlg. who
hl)t refusedl to pily with oeton, nv ccu
pled a seat in the, gralndllltanll.
Score- R }t l
I'hl'ci .go .. . 6 10 1
itcceteen .. 5 9 2
liltterlese--RIIeulihach IedI (ira:lehnni;
1Ir.awn and Rlrldenh .
Keefe Beats Giants.
Cinecinnatl. June 12.--4Keefe' pitch
Ing. heltakedl hy eolne brilllant fieldling.
wVa teoo( much for New York today
and .'nclnnatl won, 3 to 1. Rates
wilts hurt In a c.lllkioen wtllh cMerkle
luldl.Amrne act first alnd (tClarke w\as sent
to the bench fer obje'lcting to I'mnpire
Ilirennaln's call on hlalls and s trlkes.
Score-- It HE
New York ....... ..... 1 6 1
(CIlrinlnatl ........ . 3 7 3
Illatterlies-Amene. Raymnlldlnl and M.y
ers: Kteefe eandl Clarke, McLeain.
Seven Runs Come Together.
St. ltul', June 12.-Phlladelplhia fell
onc Hallrmlen IInthe s.elxth tllnng, secr
ini seven rc1mts1 andl driving hmlln from
the Iix, wlnnlng the' third gucnle of
the serlere, I to, 4.
S.core- It IT E
Phildelphll .......... 1
St. Louil .... . ..... ...... 4 9 l
14ttterles-Alexacndler and De)ooll:
Halrnlon, (rGeyer und Brennahllan. ]lills.
Played in Fast Time.
Pittiburg, June 12.--In one of the
fartest games In point of time pIlayedc
at FIorbles field. Plttbhurlg hbet Brook
.lyn. 4 to 2. C'amnlta wtas stealdy froml
tile start.
core-- R It E
Plttselur .. .............. 4 1 8
BItrookln ........ ......2 RI 1
Hutteries-('e nnitz and it (lliebson; Bar
DANDRUFF, FALLIUN
HAIR STOPPEO
Harmless, Old-Fashioned Rem
edy Brings Back Color to Gray
Hair and Makes It Grow.
How many oldfasubhioned remedies are
being used, which goes to show that it
is hard to improve some of our grand.
mothers' old-time, tried remedies. For in
stance, for keeping the hair dark, soft and
glossy nothinug equals our grandmothers'
"sage tea." Although, by the addition of
sulphur and other ingredients, this old
fashioned brew has been msde more ef
fective as a scalp tonle and color re
storer.
Nowadays, when our hair comes out or
gets faded or gray, instead of going to
the garden or garret for herbs and
making the "tea" ourselves, we simply
go to the nearest drug store and ask for
a bottle of Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur
Hair Reinedy.
Druggists are authorized to sell it
under guarantee that the money will be
refunded it it falls to do exactly as rep
resac ted.
Ti is preparation Is offered to the
publ'e at fifty cents a bottle, and is
rec...mended and sold by all dtlggirst
BASEBALL NOTES.
The Eastern league managers have
their work out out in trying to head
off Rochester.
Manager Dooln 'of the Quakers
copped a real regular pitcher when he
signed Alexander the great.
If the Cubs want to 4ispose of Reul
bach there are several clubs willing to
grab the wild heaver.
Muddox and O'Connor, the former
Pirate battery, are working for thei
Kansas City club of the American as
sociation.
Major league scouts are sizing up
George Allen Davis, Jr., the Williams
college pItcher who has trimmed both
Yale and Prlnceton.
Mike Donlin may join the Boston
Rustlers. Mike has been out of the
game two years, but claims that he is
still there as a hitter.
Eddle ('olllns, the star second sacker
of the champions, says that the Ath
lctitls will repeat this season and put
Detroit down with the tunnel diggers.
Pitcher Frank smith will now have
a chance to show his wares to Man
ager Griffith of the Cincinnati Reds.
Frank was a star with the White Box
for several years.
Accident insurance amounting to
$100,000 has been taken out on the
('leveland players. If this is true, Bill
Dahlen should be able to take out
$500,000 on the Brooklyn Dodgers.
In the recent Roston-('inclnnatl se
ries the pitchers got all that was com
ing to them. Ten home runs were hit
during the series and the scorers had
hard work to keep count of the singles,
doubles and triples.
If a rule were passed prohibiting a
city having two good ball teams at
the same time, St. Louis fans wouldn't
care and Philadelphia fans would kick
their heads off. Funny how unreason.
able some people are.
Jesse Burkett is on the Job playing
right field for his Worcester team.
Jesse had decided not to play ball this
season, but when the New England
league battle opened the old soldier
couldn't stand the riffle.
Charles Dryden says that Ping Bodle
of the White Sox is as fresh as a crate
of new cucumbers. In a recent game
Ping became peeved at a decision of
Umpire (ill Dineen and started to do a
hush league jig. Leave it to Bill to
crab that kind of stunt. He grabbed
lJ 1114..J12 J L4 thsie shakes
- dust loth. ...
TRADING IS ACTIVYE
ON 'CHANGE
COPPER STOCKS EXHIBIT lSUB
TAINED STRENGTH IN IM
PROVED MARKET.
New York. June 1I --At the opening
of the stock n.market t..ay trading was
active and prie'es advanced generally.
The demand Included vi'lrtuallyv the
entire list of iati\e stcks anid the
market appeared t hei well estihtllshed
on at level wthi'h showed suhbstantiall
gains. Ilut heftlri, the noon setllin
was resumed on a heavy) sctllo, nii
the tone of the imarket changed mud
denly, nitl t. StateM Steel lnd the
mllld stocks exhilited marked vweak
ne.as, . nd nearly a ll of the ilmpoirtant
raltlroat aindi i hdtmlil iiat ssuei shared
iI aI reaction. Stocks of the (iiuldl
Iand southlernll lines we.re the ,eakestt
in the list. Rtelprts of nnlltlnullted hot,
dtry weather in the cotton belt de
iremssed the lsharesu of souilhern roads.
Almost the only stoicks to exhbllt sus
tained strength were those of the cop
per groutp. Am aiilgamnatedl ci'pper,
Anaconda, I'tah c('Oliler, Tennellisre
'otipper and Alllmericn Slmeltling all ro
uisponded to the impirovement in the
)lIcopper Imetal market andi retmprts of
larger domestlic and foreign detmand.
The confletling movements in the
market today represented II colntnu
ance of the hlesittion and talternato
perlods of strlength l and( weakness
which were prevalent throughout last
week. Uncertainty ai to the outconlm
of invesltigations oif crolps and as to
the maintenancsme of dllvidend rater, and
effects of the drouth In the uouth and
southwest and ditliqumletlng necountus of
tihe determination of the powerful op
orators to "break" the market, plrtle
ullrly United States Stel, aire Iad
vanced in expla:,tti|on of the sensitive
condition of the malrket.
The bond mlarket was Irregular.
Total sales, par value, $3,46,000,. Unit
ed State bondsl unchangld on call.
New York Closing Stocks.
Amalganlated Copper ... . 6801
American Beet Sugar ....... 55%
American C(r & I'oulndlry ........5.. 60%
American Cotton OII ..... . . . 3%
American Locomotive 42
American Smelting & Tefining 82%
Amer. Smelting & Refining pfd . 106%
American Sugar Refining (bid) 120%
Anaconda. Mtilung o ........ 40%
Atchison ............. ............... .. 115,
Atlantic Coast Line ............130
Baltimore & Ohio ................. 107%
Blrooklyn Rapid Transit .. .. 1
Canadian Pacific ............... 242%
Chesapeake & Ohio .......... 84
('hicago & Northwestern .....149%
Chicago. Mihwaukee & St. Paul 129%
Colorado Puel & Iron ... . 5
Colorado .ralopthern (bid) . ...654%
Delaware & Hudson ....... 172%
Denlver & Rio Grande . .. 39
)Denver & Rio Grande pfd . . 62%
Frie .. ........ .............. 37%
(Great Northern pfd . . .. 139%
Great Northern Ore Ctf ..... 62%
Il1inois Central .......... ....141%
Ilnterlorough- Met ...... . ..... 19
Intebhnrough-Met pfd ..... 525%
I.,ulville & Nashville ..... ..... . 151
Missouri Pacific ..................0.. 0%
Missouri, Kansas & Texas ...... 6%
National Ilscuit .. . ..........135
National Lead .................. 57
New York Central ........................11014
Norfolk & Western ............. 107%
Northern Pacifice .... ........... 190
Pacific M ail (bid) ................ ... 26
Pennsylvania ........... 124%
People's Gits ................ ..106%
Pullman Palace Car (bid) .... 1611%,
Reading ........................... 10
Rock Island ..................... 33%
Rock Island Co., pf'd ........ .... 66%
Southern Pacific ..... ....... 121
Southern Railway ... ..... 32%
U'nion Pacific ...... .. ................... 186%
I'nited tatc. Steel .... ...... ... 78
United States Steel pfd ................118%
\Nalbsh ...................... 1714
Wuabash pfd ..................... 39%
Western I'nlon .... ...... 81%
Standard Oil . ..............60
Lehigh \';lley .............. 1794
Amerlhan Tohbarco pfd .... . 95
Boston Mining Stocks.
Alloiez (1id) .......... ... ..... 32
Amalgamated Copper .......... 69%
American Zinc, Lead & Smeltling 30%
Arlzona ',Cmmercial . ... 17%
Atlanic ......... ...... . 6
Itis. & Curb. Cop. & 511. .... 14%
Butte Coalition .................. 18%
('allmet & Arizona ..... 62
Calnumt & Hecla (ox-div.) 470
C'nten nial ................... ... 12x4
('upper Itange ('on. Co. (ex-dvr.) 61%
(ast hi1tte Copper Mine ........ 18%
hFranklin .................. 13%
Clironx onsolidated ........ 7
Cranby (',onolldated ...... .. 371,
reene (' n nea ............ ...... ... . 7
Isle RIyale (Copper) ............. 18
Kerr I.ike. .... . ..... ...... . . 54
Lake Colpper .......3....... ... . .. 37
La Salle ('opper ............... .... . 4
Miami Copper ................ . 20%
Moha k t . ............ ............ . 49
Nevada ('onsolidated . 19%
Nplsshing Mines ............ .. .. 10%
North IButte ........ ........... 35%
North Laka .............. . ....... 9
Old Dominion ................ . 47%
Onceohla .................. .. ... 102
Parrott (Rllver & Copper) 12..
Quincy (ex-div.) ....... ......... .. 71
Shannon ............. .. .. .. . 11
Superior ... ............ .... ....... .... 33
Superior & Boston Mining .......
Superior & Pittsburg ('opper ..... 17%
Tamarack ......... . ....... .... 37
1'. S. Sm. Ref. & Min.. .. .. .... SR%
do pfd ........... 4...............4
Utah Consolidated ................ 19
I'tah Copper ................................. .. 494,
W in ona .......................................... 8
W olverine ............... .......................... . 112
New eork Mining Stocks.
A lice ... ........................ ........ ... ...190
Comstock Tunnel Ftock . .....:.... 27
Comatock Tunnel Bonds ........... 10
('on. Cal. & V . ....... ..................140
Horn Sllver ............... ... ............ 26
Iron Slilver .............. ........ .....100
Leadvllle Con., old ................ 10
Little Chief, old ............................. 05
Mexican .. ... .~. ..... . ..4,50
Ontario ...............:........... . 137
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BlackWoolBack A Yard-Wide
Satin for Satin De 3
Coats,-yd Soir - -
If It i n haiinni se l suii nn. t nat Itlithln rly thIs Is a i$1 .0 cloth we
y.u are lking f ir. tIh.re . not - ha V, put a speRitC prle on it now
ing l ir aipIpropIn.tl'l t thin it "Wool f' or $1.39. It Is a cloth with a mea
Baok Satin." It in the Inst p- \ aline finish only much heavier In
l ' prove'd fnhrle In fslll, n centllt.:r w lght; it Is perilally adapted for
ni.o A honutit'tl satinf - eld ,nhol,, dresses, rcottul nes or sepa
ll c th with hr tvy floe,, ,,d hck. k, raite coats. It is a hinck cloth of a
,n' nt desitnhl for ahllc, dr,,s,., rnih lustrous fhiish. Full yard
with inga c,,at to \witch 36 inches wide.
in width. I
25-Inch Real Satin
High-ClassBlack Duchesse - - - .....
Peau De A rich, Instrolls and handsome silk
SO for itat, and costulmes "t)uches
satinl" Is recognized in all fashion
Scenters as thl- peer of all ssilken
A g ltline tint g it th, heavy s a nf.tahris. This pirticular plece is
V 'ohln clhth and ht'lli.a t in finish.h hea'y in quality and rich is shade,
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BLACK TAFFETA, A YARD blue, navy, delph, white, cream, in
fact all the new and pretty shade
WIDE They are beautiful, too, for summer
$1.10 r h'"
A taffeta made by the Brain
erd £ Armstrong Co.' cele
brated for their "Gilt Edge"
brands. It is a beautiful
coating silk firm and heavy.
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Ohpir .... ...... 195
Standard, ifd ... . 100
Yellow Jacket .. ...... .. . 0
Grain and Provisions.
C'lhicaglo. June 12.-lavage selling to
put an end to losses. ripped the top
today off the market for wheat. With
big shipments of the grain heading
for IKunsas City, and with the har
vest area rapidly widening, owners
here became half frenzled when a bull
clihue, which is supposed to have
closed out a load of 10,000,000 bushels
accumulated in the May deal here,
began a selling .movement directed
chiefly agalnu t the July delivery. That
option broke more than 3 cents a bush
el in amldition to a 5-cent decline last
week and closed unsettled 2% to 2V4
cents downl as complared with Ratllr
llay night, Other months at tlhe nd
of the tradinlg were off I 011 to %c
lower. Lowest figures llhowed corn
% cent down to 1/ cent ulp, oats at
14. % to 'Ic advance, and provisions
dearer by 21i. 5c.
For I while it seemned us If every
holdy In the pit was frantle to join In
the aelling of wheat. Only when sulp
pirt from inflllential illterests came
to the re'cute dlid thie dtown'st.urd
plunges of the, market receive a check.
EvenI then but little reaction took
place, and there wias it( decidedly nerv
ou( feeling iprevalenlt when the bie
draggled looking brokers trooped out
of the lit. The ciollhipke had comen
as it l-thorough surplrise to till except
;t few. Iarly buying on the part of
the bull leaders threw the majority of
speculators off guard. Flooding of
the market wilth offerings. hlowever,
tllrned looie a Ipandemonlum. July
ranged from 85% to 89618091/, eluosing
2?4..~,4 c down tit 86%'u, 1,..
Cuornl displltyed a great ihal of in
deplendent Strength in the riae of thli
wheat decline. July fhluctlllatetd be
tweeni 54,% and 55t%, closing nIervously
bhut only %T off at 54%. Cash grudes
were elasy. No. 2 yellow finished at
54%o t 5.5 .
In outs, in advatnce to the highest
prices of the seaston .Wits maIlde biut not
held. O(lutside limits for July proved
1, I)e 8% , ,1 % aind 377%, with tihe close
e(' not higher ait 38%ie.
Paickers lnrl hllorts were hIuyers of
provisions. In the end piork showel d it
gKuln of 171% lto 271. ceints land oither
prodlcts had risen cio 1t415 to 71/ cents.
Chicago Livestock.
Cattle-lterelpts iastlmiltied at 23,000.
lMarketl steady: hiee'ves.. $5.15rU 6.50:
Texas shteers, $4.,504, 5.75;: western
steers, $4.750t 5.70; stockers and feed
ers. $3.85, 5.065: cuws anld helfers, $2.40
i 5.6f5; calves, $5 18.25.
Hog s-t-eielpts elstltniteid ait 42,000.
Market, steady, Si- lower; light, $6I
6.32.5; mixed, $5.95'i6 35: hpavy, $5.85
41.6.32%; rough, $5.854I(6.0: good to
chokie hpuvy, $6J06.32%1; pigs, $5.6514
6.20; bulk of sales, $6.2001 6.35.
Hlleelp--tetilpts estimated at 23,000.
Market, weak: niative, $2.254.4.50:
westernl, $31t 4 50; yearlhlngs, $4.35
5.20; liuti., native, $4.254,11.50; west.
ern, $4..5, 0.75
Metal Market.
New York, Junle 12.-Stanldard cop.
per firm, spot, June, July, $11.900012.10.
Lonlldon firm, alpot, £56; futuires, £56
Ils 3i1. Culhtonll houllse returns show
exports of copper So fur this month
of 10,273 tons. Loeal tdealers report
a. strong market for copper with lake
quoted at $12.500112.75; electrolytic,
$13.73%BW 12.50,, and casing, $12.121,@
12.371%.
LeaIl quieet, $4.40 4.50 New York.
Londonlli, splt, £ 13 is.
Notice,
Iron Mountaill Tunllnel l Company,
Pl'lncipal place of business, Missou
Ia, Montana.
There is delinquent upon the follow.
Ing described stock, on account of
asstessment levied on the 8th day of
May, 1911, the several atnounlst. Let'op
posite the names of the respective
niharehohlers, nR follows:
No. or NmO. of
Nime. I 'ert. Share. Arnt.
Albee, (leorge . 613 500 $ 25.00
Blackwell, F'annllli
DeJ. . .-1168 20 10.00
1Rergstroin, J. A. 8-1078 50 25.00
U-hrgstronm. J. A. fi- 1248 50 25.00
trowin, Thos. 11. 1l-1153 2234 1117.011
Burke, J. M. 375 500 25.00
Blurke, J. M. . 381 100 5.00
Ilurke, J. MI. 384 300 15.00
Ilurke, J. M., Agt. 427 350 17.50
lButterfield, I. L. 18-1183 60) 30.00
Buitterrldl, h '. L. 13-1184 200 100.00
Burns. T. J. .-1043 50 25.00
lurke, Jos. 1". Hr. 11-1176 10 5.00
Iturke, Jim. F., Sr. 1-1177 10 5.00
iHurke, Jon. F., r. H-1178 10 5.00
Ilurke, Ji . I"'., Sr. 11-1179 10 5.00
Ullrk-e, Jim. I'., Hr. 13-1245 5 2.50
Blshopl. J. 1'. .. 11-1105 50 25.00
Butohm, %ni. J. .H-1040 20 10.00
Bartlett, Mary . .14-1121 140 5,.00
Rartlett, Mary 1.. 8-1122 100 50.00
Blartlett, Mary H... 1-1123 100 50.00
Bartlett, Mary 81, -1124 100 50.00
BHartittt, Mary 8. .-1125 100 50.00
Bartlett, Mary 5.13-1126 100 5o.00
Bartlett, Mary H. 18-1127 100 50.00
Bartlett, Mary 1..11-1128 100 50.00
Bartlett, Mary $1...11-1129 100 50.00
Blartlett..Mary 1;.,l8-1130 100 50.00
Bartlett, Mary H. 14-1131 100 50.00
lBartlett,Mary H1..A-1132 100 50,00
Bartlett, Mary 1. .A-1133 100 50.00
Bartlett, Mary :14.A-1134 100 50.00
Ilartlett, Mary ,...A-135 100 50.00
Ilirtlett, Mary S.. A-1136 100 50.00
Bartlett, Mary 8...A-1137 100 50.00
BaIrtlett1, Mary S. .A-1138 100 50.00
BIartlet1t, Mary H. A-1139 100 50.400
Bartlett, Ma'y S...A-l140 100 50.00
Ilartlett, Mary S. A-1141 100 50.00
Bartlett, Mary H.. A-1142 100 50.00
Bartlett, Mary 8.. 11-1223 50 25.00
(.'lalrk. John T.,
Treasurer .444 500 25.00
('hlark, John T.,
'Treasrer . 445 500 25.00
(harkr(. John T.,
Treaonurer . 446 500 23.00
Clark. John T.,
Treasrrer . 447 375 18.75
Clark, John T.,
Treasurer .474 1000 50.00
Clark, John T.,
Treanurer 477 1000 50.00
Clark, John T.,
Treasurer . 478 200 10 00
(Plurkl. John T.,
Treasurer 479 200 . 10.00
('lark, John 'T.,
Treasurer 480 100 5.00
('aliaauan J. 1'. -1028 20 10.00
Carrier, Victor E. I1-1101 10 5.00
Currier. Alfred (. B1-1122 5 2.50
Clement, D. H. 11-11940 24 140.00
Chel8vlgney, (1. A. A-1013 100 50.00
(ole.-berry, A. R. 11-1201 40 20.00
C'oero, Antonih . 276 3000 150.00
C'occn, Antonio ... 325 2000 100.00
('wo'o, Antonio 1062 1000 50.00
4'ollins, Ielta RI. 81-1019 220 110.00
(urnow, Harry I). 11-1092 10 5.00
Dawen, Jas. 11. 1-1024 1820 810.00
Dawes, Adellne, It 14-1m425 200 100.001
i)emrnrs, A. .. 11-1077 50 25.00
Dornman, C. ,'. . .11-119 684 30.00
Dornman, ('. F .A -1098 100 50.00
Dorman, ('. F... A-1099 100 50.00
IJ)rman, ('. . .-1100 100 50.00
)Dornar, C. F. A-1101 100 50.00
Dorman, I'. F. A-1102 100 50.00
Ellis. J. . A-1096 100 50.00
Faune-r, H E. . 11-1158 200 100.00
Fauser, H. E. .13-1159 35 17.50
l'auser, Mathllda 18-1160 35 17.50
Fre-derlrck Vletor
& At-helim .. 11-1001 800 300.00
Frilerk-k Victor
& A'helin . .. B-1009 10040 500.00
1(iareau, Frank . 1-1240 50 25.00
Graecter, A. F. ... A-1015 100 50.00
(ire-ena, L.. H. ..F1-1018 40 20.00
GCreen. Loulise 1. 13-1017 20 10.00
Gielder. . ('. ......8-111 50 25.00
G(iilder, M. C', . 11-1182 50 25.00
Hull, Edward H... 1-1008 60 30.00
Hilger. David ..A-1120 100 50.00
Hllger, Mrs. C. F. 8-1214 200 100.00
Hodge, H.Bayard A-1075 100 50.00
Hodge, H.Bayard A-1076 100 50.00
Modge, H.Rayard A-1077 100 50.00
Hodge, H. Bayard A-1078 100 50.00
Hodge, H.Bayard A-l079 100 50.00
Hode, HI.Bayard A-1080 100 50.00
Hodge, H.Bayard A-1081 100 50.00
Hodge, H.Blyard A-1082 100 50.00
Hodge, H.Bayard A-1083 100 50,00
Hodge, H.Bayard A-1094 100 60.00
Hodge, H.Rayard A-1085 100 50.00
Hodge, H.Bayard A-106S 100 50.00
Hodge, H.Rayard A-1087 100 50.00
SHodge, H.layard A-1088 100 50.00
Hodge. H.Bayard A-1089 100 50.00
Hodge, H.Rayard A-1090 100 50.00
Hodge, R.Bayard A-1091 100 50.00
No. of No. of
Name. Cert. Shares Amt.
Ilodge, H.Bayard A-1092 100 .60.0
Hodge, H.Rayard A-1093 100 5O0.0
Hodge, H.Bayard
guardian of L.
J. Hodge ... A-1094 100 0.00
Hodge. H.Bayard
guardian of L.
J. Hodge . ...A-1095 100 50.00
Hogg. .rs. Nelt
lie . . .....B-1233 20 10.00
Hoffman, Marie.. 1206 1000 50.00
Ingalla, HlarryW. 124 10000 600.00
ingalls, J. H. 0..1.1180 10 5.00
Jambor. Ernest.. B-1055 10 1.00
James. 1'. S. 1:26 4000 200.00.
Krause. R. J... .8-1231 10 5.00
Klrkpatrick, An
na C. ..... ..B-1056 10 6.00
Kohn, Mrs. Mar
tha .. A-1016 100 50.00
Kyl,o John 1 .8.1049 20 10.00
luaacuse, John ....A-1119 "100 50.00
Iwls, J. H .... A-1009 100 60.00
Lewis, Margaret
F. . ....-1060 6 2.50
Lewls, Margaret
. . .. . 8-118 1 .50
Morgenroth, Mar.
lan ......... 1156 200 10.00,
Morgenroth, E. 3.. 1157 100 6.00
SMccabe, Samuel
8 . .. ..A-1143 100 50.00,
McCabe, Samuel
B. ............ 1017 1000 50.00
SNewell, Otls K... C- 130 1000 50.00"
Newell. Otis K... C- 131 1000 60.00
Newell. Otsl K... 1.1152 1500 750.00
Newell, Otis K. .11-1219 5 2.50
Newell, Beach ..B-1022 50 250
Ostrander, F. T...B-1204 160 80.00'
Oclkerm, L. a. .... I-1087 10 5.00
Pearson, Jno. F... 627 1000 60.00
Poindexter, F. M..1.-1277 40 20.00
Power, ('. 8..... ...-1225 250 125.00
Power. T. '...... ..-1226 250 125.00
Reiner. nEmma E. B-1161 40 20.00
oth, Wm. IH. 264 500 25.00
I Roth, Wm. H. .. 993 1150 57.50
Roth. Winm H .. 1025 350 17.50
Roth. Wm. It. C- 24 500 25.00
Shreve. Wm. H... 246 1000 50.00
Sheridan, Ouy E...R-1079 40 30.00
Slemmons, J. D..11-1230 50 25.00
Smith, Elsa .......... B-1163 200 100.00
SmithEclward C. 1205 1201 60.05
Smlrth,Edward C. A-1103 100 50.00
SnmithEdward C. A-1104 100 60.00
I-mlith,Edward C. A-1105 100 60.00
Smith,Edward C'. A-1106 100 50.00
imlth,Edward C'. A-1107 100 60.00
m;llith.Rdward C. A-11O 100 60.00
nSmith.Hdward t'. A-1109 10o 60.00
.nmith,:dclward ('. A-1110 100 50.00
i Sith,Edwnrd ('. A- 111 100 50.00
imith,l.Edward C'. A-1112 100 50.00
Smlth,Edward C. A-1113 100 50.00
4mlith.Edward C. A-1114 100 50.00
Smnith.Edward C. A-111 100 50.00
imlth.Edward ('. A-11l6 100 50.00
Snmith,Edward V. A-1117i 100 50.00
Smith.Edward C. A-1118 100 50.00
Stlddard. Fred C. 5 1 .05
Stoddard, Fred '. 13-1198 367 183.50
Htoddard, Minnie
F .......... ..R-1197 170 85.00.
Schoenfeltd, H. ..B-1032 200 100.00,
Thompson, Tylar
S.. .. A- 1058 1oo 60.00
Walsh. Thus. J..13-1239 400 200.00
W'erthelmner,
Henry . - ....b1081 380 190.00
Wertheimer, Js... -1209 30 15.00
Wertheimner Jos. A-1039 100 50.00
W'ertheilnmer
Simon . 3-1224 40 20.00
Werthel mer,
Mosen . 1.... 1-1207 20 10.00
Werthimer,
L on ...........1 - 0 20 10.00
\Weltling, Edgar.. 259 25 1.25
Williams, Tillie
J. .......... ...A-1097 100 50.00
Williams, Howard
S. ................. 1200 70 85.00
Wilkinson, Edna
H ............. -1194 50 25.00
Wilkinson, Edna
H. ........... A-1070 100 50.00
And in accordance with law, and ao
order of the board of directors, made
on the 8th day of May. 1911 so many,
I harea of each parcel of stock as may
be necessary, will be sold t the ofl.i
of the company, room 003, Moan.tan
block, on the corner of HIggnlls q.oaile
and t'edur street. Milsoula, M0.0naol
county, Montana, on the 20th day of
June, 1911, at 10 o'clock a, m. of etuh
day, to pay delinquent 4l/MeasUpts
thereon, together with coats o.t a1v r
tiling and expensse of sal';
CLIWOUD R REI1T,
Secretary Iron lount4at. Tunott1
pany, room 60, WoatAl.f
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