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IRK J. ROSS CLARK
•CLARK & BRO. tankers Established 1877 |. JOHNSTON........Cashier SLET.....Assistant Cashier acts a General Banking ness. Accounts of Banks, orations and Firms Will ve Best Terms Consistent Good Banking Methods. it Paid on Time Deposits ! in Safety Deposit Vault Bank and Trust Company —OF BUTTE— (Established 1882) , AND SURPLUS...*400,000 DIRECTORS: J. Kelly, John D. Ryan, ns Daly, C. C. Swinborne, H. A. Kunkel. OFFICERS. __ J. KELLY......President .'Ryan ........Vice President nINBORNE..........Cashier >IKEL... .Assistant Cashier ACE.....Assistant Cashier Bald on Time Deposits SAVINGS BANK 1 ND TRUST CO. ..................$ 200 . 000.00 •nd Profits.......$50,000.00 deposits made in ivings department before January 15 draw interest from «ary 1. Established 1877. it National Bank of Butte TED STATES DEPOSITORY pital and Surplus 8600,000. ÉW J. DAVIS........President WEIRICK......Vice President fcUTTON...............Cashier TEPHENSON... Asst. Cash er j. HII.I..........Asst. Cashiev Bvelers' Checks and ign Exchange Issued More—Worth It aident Flour »P & DRAGSTEDT CO ^547 Sooth Main St. J. D. M'GREGOR ÎRINARY SURGEON Main St. Office Phone Residence 1139 W. Mer cury. Phone 2324. . WATCH REPAIRER AND SR, H. P. ZIGLASR. 10 7mu' _ cm In W.lth.in witch f.rtory the but store, in the eut. We mtu ell onr work. Priree the low Brinc ne ronr white Ivor, te «» Tefce elewetor «V one flieht. 121. Penneylvenle block. Batte. BUTTE PUBLIC STOCK CHANGE DK8 BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION Executed to Boy or Sell op All Exchangee North Main Phono 1171 STOCKS io-Montana Inv. Co. nm Ml* I Wart Granite «rate PLUMBING ilndrp.nAcnt nuakara *111 tm raw 1 far II par haar. AU wark aaaraa Ertimmtea «Ira«. JahUac la aar laity. litH Sapth Artmana. Phan, UM. P. MAHONEY DIRECTOR Iain Street, Anaconda. I OR KEVER CLOSED BeU PAone 29 tOWS EVERYTHING. Oo thay aay that yr -Paw, [money r-wa have to apend one it her, my son. Using Rates on Ap*U. cation. THE BUTTE DAILY POST ANACONDA BUREAU "35 Main St. Phono* Ball « IRISH NIGHT AT THE ELKS' CLUB Pleasant Program, With Emer ald Flavoring, Welcomes the New Year. Anaconda, Jan. 1 night at the Elks' was the program, the statement —Saturday was Irish club. The following which (substantiates 'Ireland Must Heaven," by Jack Gilmore; "Daughter of Mother Machree," by W. Tuchscherer "Me Uttle Dudeen," by the Misses Tuch scherer; "Mother Machree," by Tom Con nolly; "Strolling Around the Town," by Jack Huglln; "My Wild Irish Rose," by Frank Skedd; "Just a Uttle Bit of Heaven," by Marlon Ladders; "Ashore, by "Doc" Emerson; "Killarney," by Jack Gilmore; "Where the River Shannon Flows," by James Murphy; "Wearing of the Green," by Tom Connolly; "Sitting on the Stile, Marie," by Dr. J. F. Spel man; "Too-ra-loora," by Jack Gilmore "Rocky Road to Dublin," all the boys "The Harp That Once Thro' Tara's Halls," by Tom Connelly; "Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms." by C. J. Strakal and quartet; "Maggy Mur phy's Home," by Jack Baglin; "My Wild Irish Rose," quartet. FIRE DEPARTMENT HAS GOOD HM YEAR Small Loss, Although There Were Many Calls to Fires. Anaconda, Jan. 1.—During the past year the fire department of Anaconda was called to 96 fires, which were extinguished with a total loss of $1,375, which covered by Insurance, and $1,930, which was not insured, according to the annual report of Fire Chief Collins. These figures show that the fire loss for the city of Anaconda is lower than for any city in the United States, population considered, and is the lowest in the his lory of Anaconda in latter years. ELECTION BET WINS A TRIP TO FLORIDA Anaconda. Jan. 1.—Mr. and Mrs Hector McMullen will leave this week for a trip to Florida. Mr. McMullen is one of the brakemen on the pas senger run between Anaconda and Butte, and was so confident of the re election of President Wilson that he wagered all of hl« loose change on that event, and his good Judgment will furnish expense money for the journey. ANACONDA BRIEFS Clerk Wilbur Davis of the Montana hotel arrived home Saturday evening front a pleasant visit with his parents in Griniiell, Iowa, who celebratqji a golden wedding anniversary. Mrs. Davis remained there for an extended visit. William Daly is a prisoner at the county jail, accused of robbing in a saloon an old man who was intoxicated. 4)aly had a set of brass knuckles in his pocket at the time of his arrest. Miss Florence Walton of Dickinson, N. 1)., and Miss Virginia McAuliffe of Hutte are holiday guests of Miss Jean Macllae. The young ladies are stu dents at the Montana University. Miss Margaret Rodgers returned this morning to her school at«. Los Angeles after spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Rodgers. Km il Brolin has gone to Helena and will be clerk of the printing committee in the senate. Tom Strachan of Butte is spending New Year's day with friends in Ana conda. Mr. and Mrs. J. Ross Clark of Los Angeles are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Durston here today. Eastern beer on tap at the Mint.— J. H. Shaul of Troy has come to Anaconda for the winter. Verberckmoes, optician, 208 E. Park. Commencing Wednesday, Jan. 3, special train leaving Anaconda 9 p. m. daily via B. A. & P. Ry. will be dis continued, except on Saturday and Sunday nights. ____ IMPERIAL Monday and Tuesday Evenings Triangle Plays Present NORMA TALMAGE In The Social Secretary A splendid modern drama with a moral. A Fine Arts produc VAMPIRE AMBROSE Another of those Keystone comedies with Made Swain and Keystone player« --------- OILER MAY LOSE LEG GMT III AH Michael Lacey Suffers Serious Injury in Accident at Smelter. Anaconda, Jan. 1.—Michael Lacey aged 18 years, a resident of Adams street, Is In St. Ann's hospital suffer ing from a badly crushed thigh and will probably lose his left leg ns the result of an accident on the air line, here he was working ns an oiler, this morning. In some unaccountable • he was caught under the wheels and his left leg was crushed and his right knee was also injured. OABY BROTHER SHOT BY A F UE-YEAR- OLD BOY Home Darkened by Sudden Ca tastrophe on the Eve of the New Year. Anaconda, Jan. 1.—In an accidental shooting, Howard, the 5-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Reimel of this city, shot and killed his lmby brother, Gordon, aged 2 years and 7 months, Saturday. The mother had gone out for a pail of water and, when she returned, found her baby with a bullet hole In his head and Gordon standing over him dazed and dumbfounded. Assistance at the hospital of no avail and the bab> died a short time afterwards. Funeral services are being held at Hamilton, from which city Mr. and Mrs. Reimel came here recently. OLD FRIENDS REMEMBER NEIAI CL ERK OF TH E COURT James White Presented With a Gold Watch and Beauti ful Scarfpin. Anaconda, Jan. 1.—Jamea White, the clerk-elect of the district court, was surrounded by a group of old friends and business associates Saturday even ing and was presented with a beauti ful gold watch and chain and also a scarf pin by William Hansen. Mr. White was in the grocery de partment of the Copper City Commer cial for about 17 years, and his old friends in the store remembered him when the time came to sever his kindly business associations. John Fitzpatrick made the presenta tion speech. MACHINES COLLIDE NO ONE IS INJURED Anaconda, Jan. 1.—Jesse Miller and Henry Quane, each driving Ford cars, bumped together on Commercial ave nue near Chestnut street Saturday aft ernoon. Both machines were slightly damaged, but no one was hurt, as the machines were going very slowly. ANAC0NDA SCHOOLS TQ OPEN TOMORROW Anaconda, Jan. 1.—Today completes the holidays for the school children, ho will resume their studies tomor row. The vacation has been thorough ly enjoyed by most of them and the favorable weather increased their pleasure by making good ice on the tty common rink for skating almost every day. Tonight the Anaconda band will furnish music for the sport. LIVESTOCK HIT OMAHA LIVESTOCK. Omaha, Jan. 1.—Hogs—Receipts, 5,000 market steady. Heavy, $9.90® 10.15; light, $9.60® 9.95; pigs, $7.75®9.25; bulk of sales, $9.75(^9.95. Cattle—Receipts, 5,700; market steady Native steers, $6.50®9.25; Texas steers, $6.00® 7.50; stockers and feeders, $6.25® 8.60. Sheep—Receipts, 4,500; market steady. Yearlings, $9.25® 11.25; wethers, $8.50® 11.00; lambs. $12.10® 13.25. PORTLAND LIVESTOCK. Portland, Ore., Jan. 1.—Hogs—Higher receipta 2,027. Bulk of packing grades, $8.95® 10.05; heavy packing, $10.15® 10.25 heavy butchers, $10.15® 10.25; light pack Ing, $9.50® 10.05; rough heavy, $9.95® 10.00; pigs and skips, $8.25®9.25; stock hogs. $7.00®8.50; cripples, $8.00®8.60. Cattle—Higher; receipts 240. Steers, prime light, $8.26®8.50: prints heavy, $8.25 ®8.50; good, $7.50®7.85; cows, choice, $6.50®7.00; medium to good. $6.00®6.25 ordinary to fair, $6.25®5.76; heifers, $6.25 ®7.00; bulls, $3.50®6.26; calves, $6.00® 6 . 00 . Sheep—Higher. Receipts 730. Lambs, east of mountains, no offer; lambs, valley, $10.26® 10.76; lambs, common. $9.60® 10.00 choice yearling wetMN, $9.00®9.25; good yearlings, $8.00®8.50; choice light ewes, $8.00®8.25; heavy ewes,, $&75®7.25. RUSSIAN STEAMER HITS MINE; THREE DROWNED London, Jan. 1, 4:16 p. m.—Lloyds re ports the sinking of the Ruskian steamer Tuskar, 3,043 tons gross, by a German submarine. Three members of the crew were drowned. The others were landed at Stavanger. Th« Norwegian steamer Edda. 1,377 tong gross, has bee» sunk by a submar in«. ' her crew was landed. Mary had a little lamb, TOux* her It would frolic; Ôhè' d^r It Jrimed her on the ch««k, And died of painter's colic: OUTPUT OF IK The Geological Survey Report Shows Copper Sensation of Year in Metals. Washington, Jan. 1.—Three billion dollars is the value put upon the 1916 output of American mines in estimates made to Secretary Lane yesterday by the geological survey. The enormous production was accompanied by the greatest profits the mining* industry of the country ever has known. Cop per alone netted about $300,000.000. "Never before," Secretary Lane skid In making public the report, "has so large a draft been made on the mineral resources of our country and never be fore have minerals been extracted with less waste or utilized to better ad vantage in advancing the general pros perity of the country. The wonderful record of our mines this year Rets forth a degree of national industrial independence only hoped for a few years ago." Production, it is estimated, has run at least 25 per cent ahead of 1915. Copper Output. The copper output was the sensation of the year in the mining world. At an average price of 27 cents a pound the 1916 production had a value of $520,000,000; compared with $243,000, 000 the year before and $190.000,000 in 1913. The profits were the greatest ever known in metal. Prices averaged slightly more than 27 cents as against about 17 cents in 1915. Arizona led the states in copper production, mining 675.000. 000 pounds, against 432,000,000 pounds the year before. Iron contends with copper for first place among the metals produced. Shipments of iron ore this year, it is estimated, amounted to $178,000,000 in value, an increase of $77,000,000 over 1915. The country's mines produced 75.500.000 gross tons, against 55,000,000 the year before. Record in Coal. The 1916 coal production also was the greatest ever known. The mines sold 597,500,000 tons, compared with 570.000. 000, the record established in 1916. The coke output in 1916 broke nil records. More than 35,000,000 tons of beehive coke were manufactured, an in crease of 27 per cent over the year before and 500,000 tons more than the record-breaking total of 1910. Preliminary estimates indicate 46 per cent more crude petroleum was marketed in 1916 than in 1915. The total amount produced is put at 292, 300.000 barrels. The 1916 domestic output of quick silver was valued at $3,643,000, the greatest production in quantity since 1904, and the greatest in value since 1875. Spelter and Zinc. The value of spelter from United States ore in 1916 was $150,000,000. The output of zinc increased 95,000 tons, making a new record for the metal. Lead also shows a large increase, the $75,000,000 output representing a gain of 60 per cent. Every western state shows a big min _ng gain. Arizona's output alone shows an increase of $100,000,000; Utah and Montana combined show another $100, 000,000. Ten mines in Arizona paid $34,000,000 in dividends during the year. Utah, Montana, Nevada and Idaho com bined paid $66,000,000 in dividends. Alaska also had its best mining year, contributing a total value of $50,000, 000, a 50 per cent gain over 1915. Rev. Charles A. Cook of the First Baptist church will conduct the first meeting of the prayer services which are being held each night in the Unity Methodist church this week. Rev. C. A. Rexroad will speak Tuesday night; Rev. Walter M. Jordan. Wednesday night; Rev. Lawrence A. Wilson, Thurs day night, and Rev. E. J. Grocneveld, Friday night. In a lively 25-bird match at the Meaderville Gun club range yesterday afternoon, Gonining defeated Higman. The blue rock match was won by Hig man. A turkey shoot was held in the morniug. James Hume and W. B. Barrow, who have been traveling over Europe and America doing diamond drill work, re turned to Meaderville last week after an absence of several years. They are now working their drill in the Black Rock mine. The men were in Russia when the war started and later were in Mexico, but did not remain long. James Tredinnlck and J. Stephens, two local hunters of prominence, re turned Saturday from an expedition Into the territory near Loomont. They brought back their limit of ducks and many fish. The men report that the ducks are just getting "right" to eat Joseph Andrews, a member of the Unity Methodist church choir, was awarded first prixe in the tenor solo at the Welsh Eisteddfod Christinas day Sam Trelear, the leader of the A C. M. band, who lives in Meaderville, has gone to California to join his wife, who is in the south on account of her health. Miss Fannie Rotter of Idaho Falls, Ida., who has been visiting Mrs. Ray Bosquet, 2214 Oak street, has gone to her home. Mrs. John Uren of 85 Main street is spending the holidays visiting with her nephew, William C. Keast, of Boulder. Miss Ella Uren and Miss Marie Hen nigan visited friends at Feely during the holidays. MINER BREAKS THIGH. Dominick Qiacoletta, 1507 Third street,.Walkerville, and a miner at the Mountain Con, is a patient at the St. James' hospital with a fracture of the left thigh, sustained In the mine last night when a tram c«y fell upon him. The War in Europe hi* wrought many reformera. Th» Literary Digest seems to have supplanted the Police Gazette as barber shop literature. WANTS ONE CENT A WORD WANTED MEN AND WOMEN experienced in handling real estate and insurance call at room 118, New Kayn hotel, 16 W. Ga lena street. WANTED—A second-hand safe, small or medium. Must be in good condition. State lowest price for cash. Address Safe, care of Butte Daily Post. WANTED—A boy to help in kitchen. East Quartz street, Butte. 28 WANTED—Waitress at 122 S. Arizona. HELP WANTED—MALE AGENTS WANTED for the Quick lki tachable Sectional Plate Auto Tire Chains. Best anti-skid chain on the market. Write for territory and terms. Only those who menn business and can furnish first-class reference need apply. Union Chain Co., Minneapolis, Minn. COAL MINERS WANTED (experienced) 108 East Mercury street. Butte. _ HELP WANTED THOUSANDS MEN—WOMEN WANTED $100 month. Government jobs. Vacan cies constantly. Write immediately for list positions obtainable. Franklin In stitute. Dept. 230A, Rochester, N. Y. AGENTS WANTED WANTED—Salesman for state of Mon tana to carry line of automobile sup plies as a side lino to sell only to dealers on commission. Would prefer one who is at present calling on the hardware automobile trade. Good line for a 1 \. United States Automobile Supply Co., Omaha, Neb. WANTED—FEMALE HELP WANTED—Wanted girl for general house work. Small apartment; must be good cook and sleep at home. Phone 5527-W. WANTED TO RENT WANTED TO RENT by January 4 fur nlshed flat apartment or house, mod ern, west side preferred. State price. Box A. V. C., Post. MONEY TO LOAN MONEY loaned on Butte real estate. Fire insurance in strongest American com panies. A. T. Morgan, Daly Bank Bldg. MONEY TO LOAN at reasonable rates; prompt service; courteous treatment. E. S. .Shields, 125 W. Broadway. Heal Estate. Loans, Insurance, Rentals. MONEY TO LOAN on furniture, time checks and other securities. Northern Loan & Realty Co., 216 Daly Bank Bldg. J. H. HEILBRONNER & COMPANY, real estate. Insurance, loans, have moved their offices to 202 N. Main street. Phone 1129. REAL ESTATE LOANS; low interest rates. Wilson & Smith Co.. OVsley Blk. DANCING SCHOOL WALLACE SCHOOL OF DANCING— Open dally 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Now located at Pallas hall, corner Park and Dakota Sts. Children's classes Saturday afternoon. CLEANING AND DYEING CITY Cleaning & Dyeing Works. Syl ain Bros., props.—Mail orders prompt ly attended to; satisfaction guaranteed. 114 W. Broadway. Phone 1286. BUTTE French dyeing and cleaning; first-class work guaranteed. 25 East Quartz. Phone 107.__ FIRE INSURANCE THE STRONGEST home and foreign companies at lowest rates. Slemons A Booth. Phone 102. DRESSMAKING ALL THE LATEST .JTYLJSS—First-clasa work and prices reasonable. Miss Me Moncgal. 204 Goldberg block. PAINTING & PAPERHANGING PAINTING, CALSOM IN ING, PAPER hanging and decoratjng, interior and exterior, at reasonable prices; estimates furnished. Phone 481. Dern Decorating Co., 272 E. Park. BRICKWORK CONTRACTORS BRICKWORK, concrete foundations. chimneys, mantels, jobbing. John Tandy. Phone 2670-J. 302 S. Main. In the District Court of the United States for the District of Montana. In Bankruptcy. No. 942. In the matter of R. F. Fraser, bank rupt. To the creditors of R. F. Fraser of Butte, in the county of Silver Bow, and district aforesaid, a bankrupt. Notice is hereby given that on the 13th day of December, A. D. 1916, the said R. F. Fraser was duly adjudicated bankrupt, and that the first meeting of his creditors will be held at 16 West Broadway, Butte, Montana, at the office of the undersigned referee, on the 10th day of January, A. D. 1917, at 9:30 o'clock in the forenoon, at which time the said creditors may at tend, prove their claims, appoint a trus tee, examine the bankrupt, and transact such other business as may properly come before said meeting. Dated at Butte, in said district, the 30th day of December, A. D. 1916. FRANK W. HASKINS, Referee in Bankruptcy. NORTH BUTTE MINING VOMPANY DIVIDEND NO. 41. A dividend of seventy-five cents (75c) per share on the 430,000 shares of out standing capital stock of the company has been declared payable on January 29, 1917, to the stockholders of record at the dose of business on January 12, 1917. The stock transfer books will not be closed. F. R. KENNEDY, Secretary and Treasurer. New York, N. Y., December 27, 1916. The British people are swapping ^orses while crossing a stream; and, »f irst of all. the people themselves are ndy being consulted at the ballot box. —Springfield Republican. FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE FOR SALE—Two-room cottage, fur nished, Daly addition, near Englewood car line, lot 60x100, good cellar and wood shed, w'ater and lights. $950. Ask for a mail box. Butte Land and Investment Co., 19 W. Granite street. FOR SALE—Two-room house, one-half block from Harrison avenue, two blocks from Bennett's store, in a neighborhood of good homes, water, lights, sewer, good sheds, sidewalk, street graded, lot 45x100. Call at our office for a mail box. Butte Land and Investment Co., 19 W. Granite street. FOR SALE—Four-room new modern bunaglow, 2,000 block Nevada avenue, $2,300. $200 cash. $35 monthly. Ask for a mail box. Butte Land and Investment Co. , 19 West^Granite street. FOR SALE—Three-room new cottage on Sampson street near Oregon avenue car line. Complete In every respect. Pos session may be had within a few days. Get a mall box free at Butte Land and Investment Co., 19 W. Granite street. LESS THAN COST—Big corner 70x100 feet, two houses, one 7-room modern frame, one 6-room modern frame, fence, lawn and trees, will sell both for $4,700. Your own terms. Frank Hughes, 104 W. Granite. FOR SALE—Six rooms of furniture, flat for rent, close in. Three rooms pays the rent, leaving three rooms rent free. Rey nold» & Sypher, 84 Owsley Block. FOR SALE—Three-room house on zona street. Terms. ITice $1,300. nolds & Sypher, 84 Owsley Block. FOR SALE—Call up 3342-J for a bargain. 6-room house and two lots. Rents for $30 per month. FOR SALE—Five-room house, nicely fur nished. A snap at $2,550. Reynolds & Sypher, 84 Owsley Block. FOR SALE—5-room house, 130 Wing &v«„ Meaderville. Phon« 15 33-W. FOR RENT RENT AND SAVE AT SAME TIME —Reminpton Visible, $3.00 for one month: $7.50 for three months. Others at lower rates. Rental payment applies on purchase. Remington Typewriter Com pany, 105 W. Broadway, Butte, Montana. Telephone 1719. ROOMS AND APARTMENTS, steal heated, modern, permanent and tram lent tenants. Reasonable prices. Ne 1 Kayn hotel, 16 W. Galena street. FOR RENT—Four-room modern flat ; fur nace heat, hardwood floors throughout. All built-in features. Apply 307 Phoenix Block. FOR RENT—6-rcom flat, close in. furni ture for sale. Three rooms pays the rent, leaving three rooms rent free. Rey nolds & Sypher, 84 Owsley Block. FOR RENT—6-room modern house, fur nace heat, west side. Inquire Butte Land and Investment Co., 19 W. Granite street. FOR RENT—New room, 738 South Montana street, near new Milwaukee depot; steam heat, hot and cold water one living room. FOR I.ENT—Nice t S team heat, hot 36 S. Montana. OFFICE SPACE—Outside corner ro light and heat. Call 910 between 12 and 1 p. m. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms board. Apply 316 West Granite. FOR RENT—A 4-room furnished house. Inquire 640 Dakota street. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms. 829 Place PERSONAL. MARRY for success and happiness; n thousand members, both sex. wishing early marriage; hundreds wealthy; confi dential description free, established years. The Reliable Club. Mrs. Wrnbel, 732 Madison, Oakland, Cal. MARRY IF LONELY—Particulars free; strictly confidential. The National Cor. Club, Box 992. Los Angeles. Calif. BATH AND MASSAGE MME. HEYER, electro-therapeutic, scalp and body treatments, electric blankets, sweats, vapor baths, massage for rheu matism, nervousness, colds, etc. Ladies* and gentlemen's patronage solicited. Hours; 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. Phone 6455-W. 67-58 Owsley block. ETHEL CAMPBELL. MASSEUSE— Baths, hand-magnetic massage, elec trical treatments. 113 W. Broadway. Apartment ▲. Ladies and gentleman treated. LOST 1A>ST—Nose glasses with good chain at tached. In case. Reward if returned to Fashion Tailoring Co., 47 W. Park. _ NOTICE—No. A-3468. In the District Court of the Second Judi cial District of the State of Montana, in and for the County of Silver Bow. In re the petition of Pilot Butte Mining Company, for decree declaring tha dis solution thereof. To Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given that the Pilot Butte Mining company has filed Its peti tion for the dissolution of said corpora tion and that the Rame will be for hear ing at 10 o'clock a. m. on the 16th day of January, 1917. Given under my hand this 14th day of December, 1916. (SEAL.) JOHN J. FOLEY. Clerk. By J. P- O'DONNEl U Deputy. NOTICE OF THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE DALY BANK AND TRUST COM PANY OF BUTTE. BUTTE, MONTANA. Th« annual meeting of the stockhold ers of the Daly Bank and Trust Company of Butte will be held at Its office at the corner of Main and Park streets. In the city of Butte. Montana, on the 9th 1+y of January. 1917, at 3 o'clock In the after noon, for the election of directors for the ensuing year and the transaction of such other business ae may come before the meeting. _ C. C. SWINBORNE, Cashier. Dated Butte. Montana. December 7, 1916. Wishing one and all a Happy and Prosperous New Year, and thanking my friends for their liberal patronage during 1916. I beg to remain at your service E. S. SHIELDS 125 W. Broadway ROOFING Gravel roofing, also Genesco and Malthoid Built-up roofs, P. & B. roof paints. J. C. BYERS, successor to Hanlon <& Byers. Office 17 years 1 West Broadway. Phone 978. r We have an abundance of money to loan on real estate, in large and small amounts. No delay. Butte Land and Investment Co* 19 West Granite St. V. FOR SALE FOR SALE—Oriental rug, one set of "New Werner" Encyclopedia and beau tiful high grade piano. No reasonable offer refused. 629 Maryland. FOR PAT E at half price all the wall cages of the Henry Pharmacy; on sale at Shlner-Kelley's, 76 E. Park street. FOR PALE—All our camp buildings located at the Dupont Powder com pany's plant at Ramsay, Montana. Apply f'lifton, Applegate & Toole, Ramsay, Mont. FOR SALE—New pianos, $169 and up, easy terms. C. Winfield Harris & Co., Steamboat B*k., corner Maryland and Main. Phone 245. for cart. 221 W. -Strictly fresh laid eggs. Call FURNITURE FOR SALE FIVE-ROOM flat of furniture Flat for rent. Phone 4603-W. Galena. FOR SALE—Four rooms new furniture complete for housekeeping. Modern flat for rent cheap. 62 West Platinum. MISCELLANEOUS OUR PATENTED ELECTRIC Insoles re lieve rheumatism, cramps, cold and sweaty feet and gout. Hundreds who have used them have been entirely cured. Send 35 cents for sample pair. Agents make big money. Write today. Manu facturers Buying Agency, Traders Bldg., Kansas City, Mo. BILLIARDS AND BOWLING FOR SALE—Billiard tables, new. carom and pocket, with complete outfit, $126; second-hand tables at reduced prices; bowling alley supplies; easy payments. Cigar store, drug, delicatessen and soda fountain fixtures. Send for catalogue. The Bruhswick-Ralke- Collender Co.. Broad way and Arizona street, Butte, Mont._ LUMBER LUMHEH AND SHINGLES. la'll, win dows. doors, mouldings and building material of all kinds. Fir finish and floor ings. New stock Good material, reason able prices. D. W. Hughes Lumber Co., 815 Maryland ave. Phone 763. CARPET CLEANING CARPET CLEANING and scouring our specialty; all work guaranteed. Model Carpet Cleaning Co., 414 S. Arizona. Tel. 3571-W. HAT CLEANING ALL KINDS HATS cleaned and blocked. First-class work guaranteed; charges moderate. Western Hat Works, 240 E. Park St. ELECTRIC TREATMENT SCIENTIFIC DRUG LESS and electric treatments for rheumatism, neuritis, paralysis, bronchitis, etc.; vapor baths, medical gymnastics. Mrs. French, Dr. M. T. 40 Sliver Bow Blk. Phone 2593. CARPENTER WORK ALTERATIONS. REPAIRS. JOBBING. Leo S. Ross, general contractor, 112 S. Ariscna. Phone 334. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the stockholders of the First National bank of Butte will be held at the office of said bank In Butte, Montana, on Tuesday, January t. 1917. between the hours of 10 a. m. and 4 p. m. The object of the meeting Is the election of directors for the ensuing yeai and the transaction of any other buslnesf which may properly come before tha( meeting. J. S. DUTTON. Cashier. Dated Butte, Montana, December A 1916. STOCKHOLDERS MEETING. Notice of annual meeting of the stock holder« of the Silvjf Bow National Bank of Butte City. „ The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Silver Bow National Bank of Butte City will be held at Us office at Ne. 33 West Park street, ia-ihe city of Nutt» countv of Stiver Bow, and state of Mon tana. on Tuesday, the 3th day of January. 1917, at 3 o'clock In the afteraoea, for the election qf directors for the ensuing year for (he transaction of euch othei business as may properly some before Um meeting. D. J. rrnsOMUIA Cuhtar.