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HT INTEREST
Sin pill
tions Today Are Purely
rfunctory—'Volume of
Trading Small. 1
York,
tl..... .
"„„ÎHbutînK"'» Hie m. «lernte hi1-|uku:iI
* I u .Ml' estimated at 40tt,000 I
Sales *eu. e
vi ry of 2 % points In United |
15_professional Oper- 1
'the only HUstnlnlnK influence
• leallngs, short |
- ll( i a "decline of 2% ln I
. Wather were almost the sole
f Interest during today'» early I
ïn her active Blocks were mostly I
. pigber levels. Motors and I
îlI V-.Iso responded to the im
J . in rubber shares with ad- 1
1 Mi.K from fractions to a point
' suites rtloel. International I
. ' ' pacific Mail and Pressed I
' Halls were sluggish and I
point gain in I.onglfrom
]
became slightly more active I
I .'ices made additional upward I'
eot for a further decline. In I
I >aliter and a setback In rubber. I
f better known equipments, I
llu uiiiiniinKS and motors were
V to 7 points, with 2% t for I
„ . ,- ar Kxcept for Canadian I
li.ich rose 7 points, rails held
* ry light dealings Utile at-I
1 paid to last Saturday's bank |
S,.iit and other favorable develop
the
«•ltd. Honda wen
• market was almost motionless dur
curly afternoon and change
Inwards higher levels. Steel,
K ,,,„| Anaconda led the prominent
with 1 to 2 points for Industrial I
I Xew York Airbrake and more |
specialties.
inr was at lowest cbt
leaders shading from best prices
uhstantlal gains in harvester Issues
». was irregular.
the final I
[STOCK MARKET
rtland livestock.
ore . Jan. 15.—Hogs Steady
027. Hulk of packing gradei
heavy packing, $#.15^10,50
butchers. $10.25®J0.35; light pack
7<i to ion pounds. $10.25® 10.35, rough
$«« i 1 .'4/9.50: pigs îiud skips, $9.00
.Stock hogs. $8.25*98.75; cripples.
for
Is
the
t •
482.
Steers.I
Slow. receipt*
pulp fed. $9.50; prime lieu
good, $7.'. 54*8.00. cows, choice,
7.25, medium to good,
fair, $5.50® 6.00; helfet s. $6.2*
bulls. $4.00® 6.00; calves, $6.00®
I I'm hanged, receipts 677 1 soaI>
]ni mountains, $11.00® 11.25. lambs
y 10.50® 10.75; lambs, good, $9.
choice yearling wethers, $9.00®
good yearlings, $8.75® 9.00
<v"0®8.25; heavy ewes, $6.
HICAGO LIVESTOCK.
Jan. 15.—Hogs—Receipts,
luukel strong. 5c above Saturday
Hulk, $10.60® 10.80: light. $10.10
ixed, $10.45® 10.90; heavy. $10,5
• .ugh, $10.50® 10,60; pigs. $7.85®
Receipts, 24,000; market firm,
beef cattle, $7.75® 11.80; western
$7.50® 10.00; stockers and feeders,
.85; rows and heifers. $4.45® 10.00
$9.75® 14.25,
Receipts, 13.000; market firm
$9.60® 10.70; iambs, $11.60® 14
OMAHA LIVESTOCK.
i. Jan. 15.—Hogs—Receipts,
steady. Heavy, $10.30® 10.70
$1').00® 10.50; bulk of saDs, $10.20®
a Receipts, 7,600 market steady
• steers. $7.50® 11.50; cows and heif
$ 50®8.50: western steers, $6.70®
vr.Ci; western steers, »6.J0W
eeders. 1
p—Receipts, 10,500; market steady
us $11.00012.00; wethers. $9.50®
lambs, $12.00® 13.00.
MONEY MARKET.
York, Jan. 15.—Mercantile paper,
♦ per cent,
g 60-day bills, 472
'•ills on banks. 471*%
y bils, 471%; demand, 475%
16.
Demand. 584%; cables, 583V
•ks—Demand. 68%: cables. 68%
n- Demand, 11.30; cables. 71.85.
lders Demand, 40 13-16; cables,
Demand, 6.95; cables. 6.94.
les— Demand, 29.30; cables, 29.35
silver, 74%.
•iollars, 57%.
ernment bonds, steady; railroad
firm.
I loans, easier: 60 days. 2%®3; 90
: -u3%: 6 months. 3%®3%.
I money, steady; high. 2; low. 1%:
rate. 2. last loan, 1%; closing hid.
offered at 1%.
mmereial I
commercial I
BUTTER AND EGGS.
cago. Jan 15—Butter, lower; crear
37c.
-Higher; receipts 2.870 case
48®49c; ordinary firsts, 38® 43c;
'es included. 40® 43c.
BUTTE PUBLIC
STOCK
XCHANGE
OCRS BOUGHT and bold
OX COMMISSION
ders Executed to Boy or Sell
on All Exchanges
K North Mala Phono 1271
STOCKS
ah o Montana Inv. Co.
and Insurance
W. H. McNULTY CO.
W. Granite St. Phana 1S4S.
PUBLIC INTEREST
II STOCKS EBBING
Trading in the Share Market
is Largely of Professional
Character,
hi1-|uku:iI decline« ui advances.
In the ease of Long Island
gained II points,
quotation boards.
activity
IfcHH
Stocks showed neither
HtreiiKtli today. Total sale
than half a million and lher
e perl tap:
»ad which
corded oif the local
Trading was largely
professional and public interest apparent
ly Is at low ebb
Steel sold between 111 'S» and 112*4 with
Junior steels, industrials, rails and cop
pers making only fracthmal advances and
declines
1 Anaconda opened at 83, waa low at 82%
high al 84% and closed at that figure
I Butte ft Superior ws quoted from 4*'. to
I 40%, North Hutte at 22. Hast Hutt
I 14%, Tuolumne at 1% and Davis-Daly
I.onglfrom 6% to
] The Paine copper letter received over
I wires of the Paine-Webber company says
I' No news over Sunday. Allies
I terms declared impossible by
I war wil he continued with renewed vign
I by the Germans. It required
month for President Wilson to
I reply to the last peace note and if he
I writes another there wil not be develop
meins much before February If*. In tin
meantime stocks should do better Spc
| meeting Tamarack expected shortly
I Speculative
| tltude u "
ratify sale of property at $00 2-3 a share.
Stock opinions received over wires of
Heilhronner company say iti part:
New York Financial—"A dragging
iding market, moving Irregularly pend
ing the nppearance of an Important in -
eiltive, is suggested as likely to continue.
ntlment is in a waiting at
Most of the professionals tit such
times display bearish tendencies. Invest
I merit buying iH large and constitutes a
ounter to their attacks. Professional
gossip is referring to other weak spots
in the market similar to that developed
Rubber where more liquidation of
speculative holdings is rumored."
The Stin says: "The principal reason
for the conservatism is that most people
figuring out the results of the specu
lative excesses of the last two years.'
S. Hache Ar < '«». "When the settled
letton begins to prevail that the wai
Is to continue until the objects for which
the Allies have been fighting arc fully
realized, stocks will again show their real
values as expressed In quotations.'*
1W 111 STOCKS
New York, Jan. 15.—Today s closing
quotations on the exchange follow
Alaska Hold ......................... ^
American Beet Sugar ......... ... 92%
American Can ...................... ^
American Car Ä Foundry ........... 66%
American ïjocomotive .......... '•*%
Smelting ft Refining .....lOu-^
American Sugar Refining .111^
American Tel. & Tel .....
\merican Zinc, Lead A Smelting ... 2*
Anaconda Copper ..................
Atchison ...........................1047,
Id win locomotive ................
Baltimore ft Ohio ................... ^3 : V
Hutte ft Superior Copper .......... 46 ? «
allfornia I'etroleurn ................ 25V:
'anadian Pacific ...... 158V
Central leather .................... ***
'hesapeake A Ohio .................
Chicago. Milwaukee A st. Haul ..... 90
'hicago, R. I. A Pacific Ry.......... 31V
'hino Hopper ...................... *»4
'oloradn Fuel A Iron................ 4- ,x
•rucible Steel ....................... W
Erie ............................... 32-7
general Electric ....................
Great Northern preferred .........HO
eat Northern Ore ctfs....... 3 [» 1
Illinois Central ....................'Oj 1
LM'borough Consol. Corp .......... }' 1
Inspiration Copper ..................
International Harvester ............120
Inter. Merc. Mar. pfd. ctfs ..... 80»
Kansas City Southern (bid) ........ 24
Kennecott Copper ...........
Ieouisville A Nashville .......
petroleum
~
45* > .
.131%
103%
Miami Copper ......................
Missouri. Kansas A Texas preferred. 10
Missouri Pacific .....................
Montana Power ..................... 'J?* '*
National l«ead (bid) ................ **5»
Nevada Copper ............
New York Central..........
N Y., N. H. A Hartford ..
Northern Pacific U»id) .....
Pennsylvania ..........
Pacific Jl(d*
Ray Cofr.eolidated Copper
Reading ................
Republic Iron A Steel
ShatHfck Arizona ('opper
Southern Pacific ........
Southern Railway .........
Studebaker Company ......
Texas Company..........
Union Pacific .............
.U. S. Industrial Alcohol ...
United States Steel .......
do preferred ...........
Utah Copper ..............
Wabash preferred "R" ••
Western Union ...........
Westinghouse Electric ----
.. 26
1.50
46 00
6.00
LOCAL STOCK MARKET.
PullOM ing were the . toslrg quotations
ii the stock exchange today
Bannark tlold .....
Barnea-King .....
Big Creek ..........
Black Friday ----
Boston & Corbin ..
Butte a- Ariaona
Boston & Montana
Butte * Bacorn ..
Butte 4 Ba Baklava
Butte-Butlwhacker
Butte fopper Zinc
Butte-Detrott ......
Butte-Oreat Falls .
Butte & London
Butte Stain Hange .
Butte-New York ..
Butte A Superior ..
Butte-Zenith ...........
Caledonia ...............
Call Switch .......... •••
Colusa Leonard Extension
Colorado ................
Davis-Paly .............
East Hutte ........
Great Butte Copper .....
Granite Bi-Metallic .....
Hecla ..................
Highland Surprise .......
Hypotheek ......*.......
Keating Gold ............
Lucky Jim ..............
Marsh ..................
Monitor ................
Montana Bingham
Mutual Co-operative ----
Nabob ..................
Nancy Hanks ............
North Butte .............
Rax Consolidated ........
Scratch Gravel Gold .....
SI oca n Star .............
Snowstorm
Stewart ................
Success .................
Tuolumne ...............
Tat'box ..................
75
7.75
16
.11
10
06%
.35
.11
30
.55
53
66
25
37
1 87%
.10
WHEAT FAILS TO
HOLD ON BULGE
Market Weak When Antici
pated Foreign Buying Does
Not Materialize.
Chicago, .Ian. 15.—Wheat prices tended
upward early today owing to diminishing
stocks and enlarging clearances for
Europe. According to a lending authority
the total amount of wheat available f«»r
export from the I'nlted States between
now and July 1 had been reduced to 74,
000,(tOO bushels. On the other hand the
estimated probable clearances this week
from Galveston and New Orleans alone
were 8,000,000 bushels and it was said
that vessel tonnage at the gulf ports was
becoming more abundant. Opening prices,
which ranged from % off to % advance,
with May at $1.85 to $1 85%, and July at
$1.49% t «» $1.50%, were followed by a ma
terial upturn all around hut then some
thing of a reaction.
Absence of any important new export
buying operated later as a handicap on
the bulls The close was heavy at $1.84%
to $1.84-1, May and $1 48% July. 1% de
cline to %c advance compared with Sat
urday's finish.
Further crop damage reports from Ar
gentina had a strengthening Influence on
corn The market showed sympathy with
the ascent of wheat. After opening %
higher, prices scored moderate further
a ins.
Export demand, together with lightness
f country offerings helped to prevent any
decided bearish reaction. The close
though was weak at the same as Satur
day's finish to a shade advance.
Oats took the upgrade with other
Trade, however, was light
i
Falling off in exports weakened pro
visions. laird leil
The quotation«
the dec
line.
Wheat
High
Low.
May ...
$1.85
$1.86%
$1.84
$1 84%
July ...
.. 1 49%
1.50%
i.48%
1 48 %
May ...
. . 98%
.99%
98%
.98%
July ...
. .97%
•*s%
.97%
.97%
Oats
May ...
.. .57
.57%
56%
.57
July . .
5 1 %
.55
.54%
.54%
Pork—
Januari
29.25
May ..
, 26 65
28.M0
28.57
28.60
land—
January
15.52
15 60
15.50
15.52
May .
. 16 00
16.05
15.95
15.95
Ribs
January
14.77
14.65
14.72
May .
. .15.15
15.15
( ASH.
15.07
15.07
Whea
-No. 2
red, nominal; Nt*
3 r*«l.
$1 89%;
No. 2 lia
r«l. $1.94%® 1.95%
No 3
ard, nominal.
I'orn—No. 2 yellow. »«%«•; No.
®97%c; No. 4 white, 97®98c.
oat»—No. 3 white, 56%®57c
•\®57%c.
live-No. 2. $1 46.
Harley—95* ft$1.31.
Timothy $3.50® 5.50
* .'lover—$12.00® 17.00.
MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT.
Wii*
-May,
Minneapolls, Jan
$1.88%® 1.88% : July, $1 80%.
Hash No. 1 hard. $1.96%ft 1.96% . No. 1
orthern. $1.89%® 1 92% ■ No 2 northern,
IN*; 1.92%.
METAL PRICES.
New York, Jan. 15.—The metal ex -
hange quotes lea«l 7.60 bid.
Spelter, unsettled ; spot. East St. Louie
deliver^. 9% asked
At I London I>*ad, HS0 10s; spelter.
45 10«.
Hopper, flrflm; electrolytic, first, oecotid
and third quarters. 27.25®32 50.
i.n. steady; No. 1 northern. 31.50®
); Xo. 2, 31.00®32.00; No.l southern,
29.50® 30.00 : No. 2, 29.00® 29.50
Tin, strong: spot. 44.OOtf44.25
At London: Spot cupper. £130; futures
126; electrolytic, 4:141; spot tin, £186;
futures, £187 15s.
to
ed
(Reported by Taine-Webber Co.)
Boston. Jan. 13.—Today's mining «hares
on the exchange follow Hid. Asked
(Reported by Paine, Webber A Co.)
Hoston. Jan. 15.—Today's mining shares
the exchange follow
Ad ventura ........
Ahmeek ...........
Algomah ..........
Allouez
Arizona Commercial
Butte-Baliakia va
Calumet A- Arizona
Calumet A Hecla ..
Centennial ........
Copper Range
Daly West .........
Franklin ..........
Hancock ..........
l«le Royale ........
Island Creek ......
do preferred .....
Indiana ............
Keweenaw .....
I^ake Copper .......
Mass ('on ........
Mayflower ..........
Michigan .........
Mohawk .........
Mason Valley .....
New Arcadian .....
North Butte .......
Old ' 'olony ........
Old Dominion ......
Osceola ............
Ojibway ........
Pond Creek .......
Quincy ............
Shannon ..........
Santa Fe ..........
St. Mary's
Superior & Boston
Superior Copper ..
South I-ake .......
South Utah .......
Swift Packing ----
Tamarack ........
Tuolumne ........
Trinity ...........
Utah Apex ........
Utah Metals ......
Utah (Jon .........
Victoria ...........
Wolverine .........
Hid. A«ked
103
. . . 1
65%
65%
... 13
13%
.. l^.
2
79
. . .549
555
.. . 22
23
66
14%
l«'.i
... 8%
8%
W> andutte .............
. «*»
5
CURB STt.K'KS
Barnes-King .......
. 1%
1
BinBliani Mines .........
8%
»
Hegole .................
100
Bohemia .........• •
H«>sion Ei\
«0
Butte & Ixmdon ......
28
»
Butte-New York
- 1%
1\
Butte * 'upper * Zinr
. st*
10
Boston ft Montana I>e\
. »2
Calumet ft Corbin .....
. i*.
2
Calavaras .............
. 4
5
Canada Copper ........
**
Chief Con
1%
Con Ariaona ...... .
1%
1%
Corte* .................
. 35
40
Urst National .........
S'a
ss
Fortuna ................
. 10
Goldfield ('on ..........
. 75
77
do Atlanta ...........
. 10
11
Stewart ...............
. 20
25
Success ................
. 35
37
-
ï *4. [
14> i|
i
^
j,?
| s 4 I
9\
2 1
i5 I
'
'
,g
1%
5%
4,4
43 *
ire
33%
3%
3% ;
i
2-*%
143
WANTS ONE CENT A WORD
WANTED
INFORMATION WANTKI, of where- I
ubouta of Mr«, niinlrl Kin«; maiden
nam« WinnI fini Hone,. Address Tianiel
Kinc. 143 Livingston are., Albany. N. Y
-------- ------ j
WANTED—200 men to have their suits |
sponged sind pressed, 50c. We call for
and deliver. Rhone 469« W Sanitary
Meaning and Dye Works. 22 W Quartz.,
___^____________
WANTED—flirt who understood« cook-|
lug an«l general work. Call at Jeffrey
block.
YOUNG MAN WANTS
keep on spare lime oi
102, care Host.
I
j
j
I
HELP WANTED—MALE
• I HEM EN, HRA K EM EN. beginner« paid
$125. $150 monthly; no strike. Railway,
•are Host.
BUSINESS CHANGES.
FOR HALE -Country hotel, goo«
town on N P-. west of Missoula;
itig and lumbering district. Good ir
building of 30 rooms, lobby, parle
kitchen; all nicely furnished. Bh
tlon which takes In $50 per «I
property, furnishings, sal
business, only $10,000. Reason«
lug. the
o
!
in •
,,l j
, I
I
Stride A
Br<
FOUND
BKHNES-K1NG EARNINGS
$74,393 IN DECEMBER
Preparations Have Been Made
to Resume Sinking in the
Shannon Shaft.
(iroHM earning« of the Harncu-King develop
ment company for l)«TemlM*r U>ti»lle«l 4.4,
893.63 and 8.194 U»nn of ore were extracted
from the company'« North Moccasin. T'iegan
Gloater and Shannon propertien. lucording u.
the monthly re|»ort made public today
of
There were no new development« at the
North Moccjuun property «luring the month.
The pror*erty produced 2,806 ton* of ore which
H^IMIiÔnVriïti'ction at th« Pktriui-filaiter «rvl !
Shannon wa* $68,666.45 from f» .388 ton« of ;
The «hipmenU from the .Shannon, in- I
amnunted to 8.093 j
per I
Payment on the title to the Shannon will
be about $14,200, according to the report, there- j
by reducing the amount due on th«* property (
to ai*out *138,300. j
I
I
The average of the Pi**gan-G1oster «»re tr«-nt
ed in December was about $7.83 ;>er tor There
were no developments of importance. Prepara
tions are being made to resume sinking in the
Shannon shaft.
LULL PR0PERTÏ THEN
AS SITE FOR ï. M. C. A.
(Continued from .'a^e One.)
I
i
1
1
1\
1%
ss
the level of the sidewalk. This will
ensure perfect light and ventilatiori
even in the basement. The dormi
tories will be located on the upper
floors and should prove the nu»st de
sirable sleeping quarters in the city,
with a southern exposure and every
facility for purse air at all times
The Committee.
The site committee, which consisted
of Eugene Carroll (chairman), John
Scovil and William l.utey. was warm
ly commended for the excellent choice,
which Is as near the center of the
business district of the city as the
funds at the disposal of the commit -
tee would jiermit them to go. With
[ the funds at their disposal the build
ing committee feel that they will l»e in
a position to go ahead and erect a
building that will be creditable to the
city and adequate m the needs which
prompted the successful $200,000 cam
paign several weeks ago.
Receiving Contributions.
It was officially stated today that
those who had already subscribed
would not be called upon to enlarge
their donations, but all who have not
yet subscribed will be given an op
portunity to put down their names for
some amount, large or "mall, so that
the $37.000 or so which Is needed to
i| bring the total amount of the sub
scriptions to $250.000 may he realise.!.
The campaign to secure the balance
will be entered on actively In a few
days.
No definite building plans have been
made yet. It Is understood generally
i however, that the first floor, on a level
with and opening on Park street will
contain the swimming pool, bowline
4 I alleys and billiard rooms. The second
story, which will he on a level w-lth the
1 alley to the north and rear of the plat,
I w ui include the boys' department, the
men's lounging room, the general of
' rices and the gymnasium, while the
j third and fourth floors will contain
the dormitories.
The Y. M. C. A «ite is really a civic
j center. The Butte high school build
' mg. the Masonic building, the new
! Knights of Columbus building and St.
Patrick's parochial school are within
! a block-of the site and several other
* j large structures are projected in that
! neighborhood. The site committee ar
rived at the decision Saturday after
noon and submitted its suggestion to
the general committee today. The
deeds and other legal matters will be
attended to without delay
The I-avell home, built by Geoffrey
La veil many > ears ago and occupied
ranch near Divide, was one of the first
of the big residences on the west side
In Butte It is one of the landmarks
of the city.
OHSHUX!~
"Thal 1 am dumb. 1 am afraid.'*
Remarked old Daniel Deminon;
•I've often seen red lemonade.
Hut never a red lemon.*'
;
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Subscribe fer th# Butta Daily Post
FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE
WKHT HIKK bungalow of etKht rooms
All built-in tftecU; hardwood floor«
Ont bedroom and bath downatalr. Hot
and .old water upHtalra. lad 4« fool
frontage. This can be had for $6,500.
Steele ft Anderson, 111 IS. Broadway.
-------------— ;
HVE-ROOM FRAME on West Aluminum
street; full lot, cellar and all improve
ments paid; price $1,750, 1 i
H. Heilhronner A Co., 202 N. Main st
NEW 4-ROOM BUNGALOW, large lot.
built-in features, excellent plumbing.
front ami back porch. we have Just com
pletcd tills bungalow on S. Arizona st
and will sell it on very easv payments
Hutte I «und and Investment Co., 1!» W
ranlte st., Hutte
HE IT light
If
va nt
11 - hu I It home, close in. foin-room
modern cottage; 407 N' Idaho st $250
cash, balance same as rent; house now
vacant. Wilson A Smith Ho., 23-24 Ows
ley block.
SEVEN-ROOM MODERN POTTAGE. S
Dakota st , close In; house faces
east; good neighborhood. $4.000, goon
terms. Hutte land and Investment «'<».,
19 W. Granite at., Hutte.
$3.200 buy« 2-4 room n
South; wide lot.
$1,100 buy« 6-room: rent
PASSMORE
900 bhe
TWO HARGAINH— 3-room «eml-mo«lern
half block front car; and a 5-room lno«l
ern (new) on i«r line, lots 45x10»; eo*?
terms. Silver flow l^ind A Improvement
(Jo., 202 N. Main st. Phone 822.
HOMES
7-room modern and 2-room
$50; all Improvements paid. Close in
property. $3,800
Two rooms, lot 45x100, $7.50.
Four rooms, lot 75x100, $1,20*)
Two rooms, corner 60x100, $1,000.
Five large rooms furnished complete
large basement. Best built house in «it
Horner lot 60x100. Iawki, trees. All im
provement« In. Price $3.550.
YES' I MAKE TERMS.
K. S. SHIELDS, 125 W. Hmadwav.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE Span
wagon, harness, f
beef or milk stock,
of Post.
FOR HALE at half price all the wall cao*'
of the Henry Pharmacy; on Bale at
Shlner-Keiley'a, 75 E. Perk street.
FOU SAI.E— Nflw plain«. »H5 and up I
easy ferm« C. Winfield Harri« A Ho I
steamboat H'k., corner Maryland and 1
Maln in , onft 245 ,
€18 1111
FOR SALE Good young horses,
nois. Hutte, Mont.
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FOR SAI.E—One mare, broke, gentle to
ri'lc and drive. 6 year« old. heavy In
foal. 1128 Maryland. Rhone 2094
FOR SALE —Strictly fresh laid eggs. Call
4806-J.
DRESSMAKING
ALL THE LATEST JTYLES— Fi rst-cla
work and prices reasonable. Misa Me
if one gal. 20 5 Goldberg block.
LUMBER
«.UMBER AND SHINGLES, la»&. win
■lows, doors, mouldings and building
material of all kinds Fir flnUh and floor
ngs. New stock Good material, reason
able prices. D. W. Hughes Lumber Co..
G5 Maryland ave. Phon« 768.
CLEANING AND DYEING
BUTTE French dyeing and clean! n
flrHt-«jla*fi work guaranteed. 25 En
Quartz. Phone 107._______
FIRE INSURANCE
THE STRONGEST home and foreign
Slemons ft !
BILLIARDS AND BOWLING
FOR SALE—Billiard tables, new, carom
and pooket, with complete outfit. $125.
second-hand table« at reduced prices
bowling alley supplies: easy payments
Cigar store, drug, deliratej-sen and eoda
fountain fiat urea, bend for catalogue. The
Brunswick-Balke- Collender Co., Broad
way and Arizona street, Buue. Mont.
furnished.
Co.. 272 E. Park.
PAINTING ft PâPBBBANQHMQ j
—--- ---
PAINTING, CALÜOMÎNINQ, PAPER
hanging and derr»ratlng, interior and j
exterior, at reasonable prices; estimates
' **- 4SI. Dem Decorating f
PAPER CLEANING Clegg. $1.25 room
only Phone » 337- W_
FUBNITURE FOR SALE
FIVE-ROOM flat of furniture for sale.
Flat for rent, idiooe 4603-W. 530 W.
Galena.
FOR 8 A LE —Ftxrniturt of three room*
Sunny fiat for reart. 718 W. Hark
BRICKWORK CONTRACTORS
BRICKWORK, concrete fou.»dations.
chimneys. mantels, jobbing. John
Tar dy. Phone 2670-J. 302 S Ma n.
CARPENTER WORK
ALTERATIONS, REPAIRS. JOBBING
Leo S. Ross, general contractor. 112 3.
Arisons. Phone 334.
by day or job
SECOND HAND GOODS
!
HIGHEST PRICES paid for «-astuff cloth
ing, liais, blankets, tools. Tel. 355 « -W
FARM LANDS
CALIFORNIA little farms near la»
Angeles for sale; easy payments. Wr.te
E. Tt Waite. Shawnee, Oklahoma
LOST
ELECTRICAL TREATMENT
DRUG LESS and electric treatments,
\apor hathx. massage. Mrs. French. Dr j
M T. Silver Bow Blk. Phone 2593. [
FOE RENT
RENT AND HAVE AT HA MB TIME
— Remington Visible, $3.00 for one
month; $7.50 for three month« Other« at
lower rates. Rental payment applies on
purchase. Remington Typewriter Com
pany. 105 W. Broadway, Butte. Montana
Telephone 1719.
FOR RENT New «ore room. 738 South
Montana street, near nc^w Milwaukee
depot; «team heai, hot and cold water;
«tie living room.
FOR RENT Furnished front room, 60'»
•South Montana. Suitable for three or
four gentlemen. Ro.ird if desired Hall
11-12. 7-8 p m
FOR î ;NT Nies I
Steam lient, hot
736 H. Montana.
Rooms AND APARTMENTS Ste
nicely furnirdicd houxe
FOR KENT
OUTSIDE ROOMS $2
SALE _KOOMING HOUSES
I
I
ROOMS right ill
bev t location;
nth Steele A An
111 E Bread wa
est hounek* '-ping pi
>«*- In. Rent only
This cun be bought
nderson. Ill E Rio
NINE ROOMS, centralis lo
a lid well furnished. Rei
$1.200 .1 II Heilhronner
ed, rn<*dern
VI .
Kt
55 RfXrMH, well lea ted. modern In c\*
way, g oo*l lease. Phoenix heat. N
$750 p«*r month Price $16.<K*h .1
Heilhronner A t'ampanv, 202 N Main
THIRTY-ONE ROOMS. near S nu
«tr*re, go*Kl lea««*, modern, and '<w re
$3,800 will handle this .1 If Hellbrotn
TEN RfK)M -
In.
MONEY TO LOAN
yfONEY loaned
Butte real estate. Fire
.riRuranoe in *ir«.n),«:Ht American com
panies. A T Morgan, Italy Bank Bldg
MONEY TO LOAN at reasonable rates
prompt service courteous treatment. K.
S Shields, 125 W
Real Estate.
MONEY TO LOAN on furnHure, time
cheeks an»l other «e« drittes Northern
Loan A Realty Co., 216 Daly Hank Bldg.
; H HEILBRI INNER 8- CO IPANY
real »«täte, inguran« e, loans, ha • mov««l
their offi'-es to 2W2 N Main street. I'i.one
119.
BATH AND MASSAGE
MME~ ifuYKR." MASSEUSE, alertrica:
treatment«, ' apor baL «, *••' —•e rhe
for results. Phone 5455-W. 57 Owsley
ETHEL CAMPBELL, masseuse, bath,
massage parlor. 123 W. Broadway,
room A. Ladies ar.d g ntlefoer treare-1
MISCELLANEOUS
MME. STEWART, city manager for Ni
Bone cornets. 215 S Dakota. Phone
4365- W.
of the
ond Ju
of M
In the District
diciat District of the
County of Silver Bow
In the Matter of the E**ate
Beley, Decease«!; !
Pursuant to an order of sa$«l District
Court, made on the 9th da of Januar.,
1917. notice is hereby given thaï Sstur- j
' at 10
lh.' court
in said County of Silver He>w. hasjby-^i
appointed as the time ar.d piace for'
% in|f t he will of said Charte« P-«e> . de
. oar * i og|
of Ina M Be)w f r the «ssuan* e to her
of letters testamentary, when and where |
any interested may appear ai d | ;
contest the same. |
rented isnuarj- 5th, 1817
(Court Seal ) OTIS F.EK. «lerk j
By E. A. R(jUIXAU. Deputy u erk.
NOTR E OF TIME APPOINTED
-
In the District Court of the «e**»>r.<l Ju
I
1
'
dictai District erf the State of Montana.
County of Sliver Bow
In the Matter of the Estate of R.chard |
Trethewey. Deceased.
Pursuant tu ar. order of saM District |
Court, made on the 6 rh dav of Jar .art
1917, notice is hereby given that Wedre«
dav. *he I7th day of January. Itl7. at 16 ;
o'clock a. m uf **»<1 'lay. at the Court
Room of s*;d tlourt, at the City of Butte
•n the sa. 1 County of Silver Bow. has
been appointed as the time and place for;
proving the will ot «ai 1 R . hard Trethe
wey, deceased, and for hearing the ap
pleat ion of William Trethewey for the,
issuance t*> him of letters testamentary '
to said will, when and where any pers* .9
.nterested maj appear and contest the
same. OTIS LEE,
Clerk
NOTICE TO THE Y. M. C. A.
BUILDING FUND SUBSCRIBERS
\
Tl^e first quarterly payment s due
January 15. 1917. L'an be paid at any
Butte bar k or at room 34 . Silver Bow
black Open 9 a. m to 6 p. m. 7 to 9 !
evenings until January' 20. Make checks
payable to Y. M C. A. build*ng fur.\ !
O. C. COLTON. Building Secretary
_ ________ ï -— '
NOTTCE TO THE PUBLIC '
_ \
To whom it may con* ern From and
after this date I «rill not be responsible j
for any debts contracted by any person,
other than myself. j
j (Signed) ELMER A. JOHNSON. 1
[ Dated January 1$. 191».
ROOFING
Gravsl roofing, also Gsnstco and
Malthoid Built-up roofs, P. A B.
roof paints. J. C. BYERS, successor
to Hanlon A Byera. Office 17 years
1 Wed Broadway. Phone 978.
r
A
We have an ahundanrs of money
to loan on real estate. In largs
and small amounts. No delay.
Butte Land and Investment Co,
19 Writ Granite St.
V__ J
DANCING SCHOOL
POPULAR DANCES tu light In 6 lessons
IjMfly and gentlemen teiirhers. Op#*n all
dn and evening. l^-sHons any time. Wal
):%•■!> Hrhf»ol of Dai.' ng, Palla« hall. Park
arc) Dakota.
NOTICE No. A-8458
In the District Court of the Fécond Judi
cial District of the State of Montana*
In and for the County of Silver How.
In re 1% petition of Pilot Hutte Mining
Company, for decre declaring tha dl»
nohition thereof.
To Whom It Ma/ Concern:
Notice is hereby given that the Pilot
Hutto Mining company be« filed Its peti
tion for the dissolution of «aid corpora
tion and that the same wlh be for hear
ing at 10 o'clock -\. in on the 16th day of
January, 1917.
Given under my h: ad th!« 14t* day of
I Mice m be 1. 1916
(SEAL.) JOHN J. FOLEY. Clerk.
14 y J. 1*. O' DONNE I f „ Deputy.
H
PROVING WILL, ETC
al District <tf th*
In the n
termett, d
Pursuant
täte of Wililara
.d district
r-ourt. made on the 3rd dav <»f January*
1917. r**»ti' » . h* reh> given that Tuesday,
th*- 16th dav of January. 1917. at 1$
o'clock a m. of said day, at the court
r'*orn of depar t n • nt 3 of «aid county, at
the dty of Hutte In the said county of
Silver How, haw been appointed a« ?ha
time r pla-e for proving the will of
-.-id William Hennett, deceased, and for
hearing the application of T. J. Hennett
for the la^'iaiice to him of leUen* testa
meritnr> w lte. ai d where any persejn In
ter*-Mt*:d ji. . appear and contest the
«aine.
OTIS LEE. Hierlc.
P.y ft K M-HKATH. Deputy «'ierk.
Dated Jar. lar 3. 1917
»«tat** ijf Mary A.
of Si:
r Bo
r.d pi
17, at 16
hie ourt
»•f Hurte
has
■ > (■ for
Wllt
for hearing the ap
■, *-r for (he Issu a nr a
erested r . appear
OTIS
Clerk.
F. \T< GRA H.
; he iJ
,
,,
j 0
fr. t Court of the Scron*! Ju
strict of the State of Montana,
ji$ty of Silver Bow
.. Matter of the Estate of Patrick
re. Deceased ;
r« uant t«» ati order of sai<l District
t, made on the 8th «lay of January,
notice 1« herehv given that Hatur
the 20th «lay of Jai.uMry, 1917, at 10
r~k a m «»f said day. at the court
ï .»f said Court, at the Hity of Butte
Ln the said County of Sil*.er Row, hae
been apiKjin f ed a.n the Urne and pLa< e for
proving he will of «aid Patrick Lvne. de
ceased. and *. : r.*-ar.ng the appi;« ation of
Vf J Eng :*h tor the «»u^tKie to i..n *.f
etters testamentary, when ar.d wnere
any p*!rvm may appear and con teat the
Dated January ith 1917
OTIS LEE. * .erk.
By E. A ROULEAU. Deputy Clerk.
park
j j
f'ehru.
nrect.
Hotte. Montana, Januar. * »917
• Stockholders f the Boeton a.i«
M>>ntana I development Compar
Y i ar<* hereby otif ed fha* the a.
ia meeting of the stockholders of th «
mpari) will i *-ld at the contpany'i
an*1 Ma
othe
hasjby-^i
__
;
aici.
In th
L», Butte, Montana,
■r. tr*e fifth ay < f
for the election of
transaction of any
ay »«gaily come be
: this meeti r there
rendaient* to the
F* BENEDICT.
Secretary.
I Of' TIME APPOINTED FOR
PROVING WILL. ETC.
A' -
^ ' t *^ : 7 t h day of January 1917. at 1<
:• str.- t f the state f .V-- r>an%
* uunt\ of Silver Boor
i the Matter of the Estate of Charles
Newman, sometimes wnitten by him
Charles Nyman. Deceased
Pursuant to an «»-der of sad District
ourt. made on the 11th day of January,
notice is hereby
.5 dav at the court.
ourt. at the Qty of Butte
m the said County of - er Bew has
been appointed as 'h * ne and pace for
proving r h* will of «a d
paving *rhe will of «a d * 'harles N ewman .
^ *. -*rit»c N; man, deceased, and for
earing the appùcftMcjn of Urn Newman,
; wntte *r spe»>ed Nyman, for the
iaBuaoc # t »^ her of .«tiers testamentary.
^4 »i.ere auy person interested
ma , ftri «-ar arvi contest the same
i>a*^ Jsrtiary llth. 1917
< 'TIS IJEF ** erk.
t gn ft ts a SMlTYT attorney for Peti
turner
' _ _ — - - ----- ■
NOTICE
uF TIME APPOINTE! FOR
PROVING WILL. ETC
\ In the District Court of 'he Second Ju
«itcka. District of the State of Moa'ana,
dmr.ty of Silver Bow
l\ 'he Matter of the Estate of Andrew J.
Johnston. Decease«!
f*urwuant to an order of sa-.! District
Court, made »0 the 16th day of January.
1917. notice is herebv given that Satur
' at 16
of said day. ai the court
day. the 2$th day of January. 191
! o cdock
room of »aid Court, at the City of Butte
! in the said County of Silver Bow. has
been appointed as the time and place for
' proving the will of mid Andrew J. John
' ston. deceased, and for hearing the ap
\ plication of Ellen R Johnstoc for the
issuance to her of letters testamentary,
j when and where any person interested
may appear and contest the «am«.
j P * 1 * 4 J 5 nu .*f y
1 (Court Seal.)
OTIS LEE. Clerk
McGRATH. Deputy Cerk

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