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MIENMKT
Demand, With Unfä
lle Weather, Sends the
[Grairf Prices Up.
an. 16.—Complete figures,
I that the United States visible
whent fell off 3,385,000 last
I bullish effect today on prices,
[quotations, which ranged from
1 higher with May at $1.85 to
! July at $1.49, were followed
additional gains
ucnt of an active export de
. iher w ith fears of crop damage
J, wheat states led afterward to
•,1 display of strength. The
a r vous 1% to 3% net high
,t $1.88 to $1.88%, and July at
fcl.51%.
« a result largely of remark
jtKth of the livestock market» at
| r <l level»- Alter opening % to %
s scored a further advance,
y in g and scarcity of rural
quotations tending upward
' was steady at %#% to lc net
mies to the seaboard helped «
lisions along.
I In the lmg
Open.
High.
Low. Ulosi
.51.85
$1-88%
$1.85 $1.88
1.49
1.61%
1.49 1.51
.98 v i
.99%
.98% .991
• 97%
.98%
.97% .98*
16 :
16.10
ffoo
15.0:
15.50 15.27 15.42
CASH.
red, nominal; No. 3 red,
2 and 3 hard, nominal.
How, 98% iff99c; No. 1 yel
lo. 4 white, 96%#>97*io.
rhlte, 56%@57%c; stand
2, $1.47.
5c# $1.31.
$3.50(95.50,
12.00 <917.00.
JNEAPOLTS WHEAT.
bajiolis, Jan. 16. — Wheat — !S
• I** July. $1.82%.
1 hard. $1.99% #>2.01 % ; N
$1 92% 4» 1.95%; No. 2 northern,
No. 3 wheat. $1.79%#1.91
s9%®2.98%.
3AL STOCK MARKET.
were the «losing quotation;
feullwiutcker .....
.64
.66
M '«-jiper Zinc ......
9.62%
9.75
betr«lit . ......
1.37%
1.50
fel.v ................
. 55
.60
peat Fails ........
.36
.37
A leondon .........
27
.29
[Main Range ......
.95
.87
[New York .........
1.50
1.75
[Rocher de B« ule . .
.06
.0»
A Superior.........
7.75
47.S7>>.
pnith ............
5.00
6.50
in. . .............
5414
.55
Iw.ii-h ..............
09
.11
\ l.eonard Extension
.55
.60
cl ..........
.1714
.19
•1 .......
7.3714
7.50
.14
.15
I itte . , .
4.62%
14.75
Rotte Copper .....
• 87%
.88
( Hi - Metallic .....
.70
.75
7.40
8 00
t : Surprise .......
■ 14%
.15%
F'pper..............
.40
.45
Mm ...............
09%
.10
.09
.11
p ......... .
.06
•06%
.10 »4
.11
! l inks . . .
.20
::o
Life .Montana ..
6.62%
7.00
22.25
22.50
» Banna ck .......
.48
.49
12.50
12.75
'• tsolidated ........
45
.50
1 Gravel Gold .....
.5*14
.53
t Star .............
.25%
27
R rm Mines Con ...
66%
.67
• 3S»i
.39
1.82
1.95
.09%
.10
' BUTTER AND EGGS.
.Ian. 16.—Butter unchunKetl;
P'- 31X037C.
F lower; receipts 3.Sir, rases: firsts.
F »rdinary firsts, 38®43c; at mark,
[incluiied, 3S««S,..
metal prices.
York. Jan. 16—The metal ex
'iu«»te8 lend 7.60 hid. Spelter not
lx>ndon not received.
e *. firm; electrolytic, first, second
:rd -i uarters, 27.506*32.50.
steady and unchanged.
[ strong, 44.90#45.00.
pon not received.
BUTTE PUBLIC
STOCK
EXCHANGE
tocks bought and bold
ON COMMISSION
<*'rs Exeeatad to Bay or Boll
os All IscluiH
North Mala Phoaa 1ST!
STOCKS
laho-Montana Inv. Co.
and Insurance
|W. H. McNULTY CO.
w - Granit* St. Phon* IMS.
sms CLIMB II
Il BROID lilEl
Every Division of List Partici
pates in Heavier Trad
ing Today. >
New York, Jan. 16 —Every division of
the stock list shared in today's broader
and stronger market, leaders rising 1 to
9 points, with greater gains in some of
the speculative'issues. Sales were esti
mated at 750,000 share,«.
United States Steel, hie shipping group
and Industrial Alcohol were the strongest
issues at today's opening with gains of 1
to 2 points on moderate dealings. Mexi
cans also were firm ami the dissolution of
the Joint commission. Equipments, nota
bly Hgldwin Locomotive, General Electric
'and Westinghouse, were higher by ma
terial fractions, and rails manifested a
better tendency, especially coalers. Cop
pers also made further responses to favor
able trade conditions and leather issues
were In better demand.
The market broadened considerably lie
fore the end of th<* first hour, embracing
many inactive specialties and rails.
Motors were among the strongest issues
at gains of 2 to s points. Equipments,
munitions and oils increased initial quota
tions ami shipping and sugars also aug
mented early advances. Steel was taken
In moderately large lots up to 113%. <
an çxtreme gain of 1%, ami semi-ws
shares like Industrial Alcohol ami Anict
lean Can rose front % to almost t point
Reading, Norfolk and Western, Lehigh
Valley and Canadian Pacific were am
the strong and active mils. Bonds w
firm.
Further advances were made by rail»
shares In the afternoon. Heading gaining
almost 3 points ami Norfolk A Western 2.
Among trnluptrials and specialties realiz
ing sales caused minor reaction, Steel,
however, advancing to 114.
Steel, coppers and t'entrai leather,
at best prices, infused fresh activity to
the final hour's dealings. T.ie « losing •
strong
nil STOCKS
quota! ion
Alaska G
America n
An
Beet Suga
Atnerh
Car A Foundry .........
locomotive ............
Smelting A Refining ..
American Sugar Refining ........
American Tel. A Tel.............
American Zinc, Lead and Smelting
A naconda Copper ................
Atchison ........................
Baldwin Locomotive .............
Baltimore & Ohio ................
Brooklyn Rapid Transit ..........
Butte A Superior Copper .......
cailft>rnia Petroleum .............
Canadian Pacific .................
Central leather .................
Chesapeake A Ohio ..............
Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Paul . .
Chicago, R. I. v & Pacific Ry.......
Chino Copper ....................
t'olofado Fuel iron ............
cr ucible Steel '............. .. ......
Erie .............................
General Electric ...........
Great Northern preferred ........
General Motor ............... . ...
Great Northern Ore ctfs..........
Illinolg Central ...................
Interborough Consol. Corp*. .....
Inspiration Copper ...............
International Harvester 4 bid)
Ifttbr. Merc*. Mar; pfd cgff% . p*.
Kansas City Southern.........;
Kennecott Copper ................
Louisville A Nashville ..........
Mexican Petroleum ..............
Miami Coppei ..................
Missouri, Kansas A Texar
Montana Power .........
National 1-ead ............
New York Central ........
N. Y.. N. H. A Hartford .
Northern Pacifie .........
Pennsylvania ............
Ray Consolidated Copper
Reading .................
Republic lion A Steel ....
Shattuck Arizona Copper
Southern Pacific .........
Southern Railway ........
Studebaker Company .....
Texas Company ..........
Union Pacific ............
U. S. Industrial Alcohol .
United States Steel ......
Utah Copper ............
Wabash preferred "R" ..
Western Union ........
Westinghouse Electric ...
l n
9%
*4%
1>W
PORTLAND LIVESTOCK.
Portland, Ore.. Jan. 16.—Hog»—Steady;
receipts 280. Bulk of packing grades,
$10.I0<&10.50; heavy packing. $10.45610.55;
heavy butchers. $10.40® 10 50: light pack
ing, $10.35® 10 45; rough heavies. $9 254/!
10 00. stock hogs. $9.00#i 9.25 ; cripples,
$8.00'-«! 9. IJ0.
Cattle—Steady; receipts 16u. Steers,
prime light. $8.351*8.50; prime heavy, $8.00
#8.35; good. $7.75#8.00; cows, choice,
$7.36t#7.50; medium to g«»od, $6.25#7.00;
ordinary to fair. $5.760*6.25: heifers. $4.00
07 50; bulls. $4.04*^6.00: calves, $3.500
5.50.
Sheep—Firm ; receipt* 70. I*arnbs. east
of mountains, $11.00011.25; lambs, valley,
$10.50011.00; lambs, good. $9.75010.25;
choice yearling wethers, $9.50# 10 00; good
yearlings, $9 004*9.50 « hoice ewes, $8.000
$.25: heavy ewe* $6.75# 7.60.
OMAHA LIVESTOCK.
Omaha, Jan. 16.—Hog»—'Receipts. 21,
000, market higher. Heavy. $10.40# 10.80;
light. $10.10# 10.65: pigs, $»,00#9 50; bulk
of sales, $10.20#>10.7U.
Cattle—Receipts. 6,500; market steady.
Native steers. $7.50# 11.50; cows and heif
ers. $6.50#8.50; western steers, $6.70#
9.50; Texas steers. $6.25# 7.65; st«x*ker»
and feeder», $6.25#9 00.
Sheep—Receipts, 15,000; market steady.
Yearlings, $11.00# 12.00 wethers. $9.5«»#
11.50; lambs, $13.00#14.6«'.
CHICAGO • LIVESTOCK
Chicago. Jan. 1*.—Hog*—Recrlpt», 10.
000: market stron*. 10 to 16c above yee
terday's average. Bulk. llOSOtjfll.OO;
llrlit. »I0.3rietl.00: mixed. »10.65»»" '0:
heavy. »10.6Stnt.16; rough. »10 6i® J0.60;
pigs, »6.0011 10.00.
battle_Receipts. S.000: market nrm.
Native beef cattle. »T.9061I.S0: western
steers, »T SOeiO lO; Stockers and feeders,
»5.W«>.»ö; cows nnd heifers. »4 604010 10:
calves, »0 76614.36. __ .
Hheep—Receipts. 13.000 market steady.
Wethers. *0.70*11.00: lamb*. »U.. 0*14.30.
HAW, HAW!
"That Miss Binks has a good ear for
mdsk. but a poor voice,* - remarked Mrs.
°" - So has a mule," growled Mr. Gabb.
CIPPEBSSMII
Prices Start Upward With a
Jump and Public Comes
in Again.
After several weeks of inactivity, «-up
pers had their inning In a bvdl market
totlay and participated in the price gains
ikhI measure, ranging from 4 points
in the case of Utah to 1 In that of Miami.
neral way a thoroughly liquidated
market was responsible for today's sud
den upturn in prices, l'ubiic interest was
again manifested in the trading. Sales
<»n the New York ex'-hange passed the
half million mark an hour before the
close.
Maximum advances were made by Gen
eral Motors and Industrial Alcohol today,
«•a«*h closing 7 points above the opening
United States Steel opened at 112% and
s«»ld up to 115 at the close. Utah opened
at 105 and climb«*«! steadily to 109, closing
a quarter under this. Republic gained 2%
points on the day, l*ack;» wanna 1%,
American Locomotive 1%, Baldwin 2%.
Inspiration all but e«pialled Utah's gain
with 3 points on the day. (iranby gained
3 points, American Smelting 2 ami Miami
J. Even tlio rails shared in the upturn.
Union Pacific closing 1% points above the
opening and Reading 3.
For Ute last week or two stocks have
come back «mi every drive. Within the
next few weeks, big corporations, includ
ing U. S. Steel and Republic, will issue
some remarkabel tsateinents of earnings
it is said. These earnings, it is said in
market circles, show no tendency towards
decllm;.
Anaconda opened today at 83%, was
low at that figure, high at 86% and closed
at 86*4. Butte A Superior opened at 47%,
was low at that figure, high at 49% and
closed at 49. North Butte was quoted
at fr«
m 22
t«> 22%. E
&st Butte
»t 14%,
Tu«. lu
line a
1 \ and r
avis-Daly
'it from
7% to
7%.
Neu
v and
comment i
ecelved ove
i wires
of til
Fail
e-Webber
company
ays In
part:
Ben
Brya
says: 1
Ktil feel c«
n fide Hi
finit t
.e sto
•k mar-get
will do better."
Stoc
k lett
er: "The
reporte«!
1er man
■ment that tin
tente reply t
» President
WUson'H note
bars further
lienee steps
by Germany
now, may ca»
se a continu
mce of short
covering and
lines."
some replac
;ment «if bmg J
Stock opinic
ns received
over wires of
H«ilhronn«V company say in part;
Ian is, Winthrop A Co.—"So decided
ve in the sttjck market in either direc
i seems likely at present."
'lark, Childs A Co.—"An unmistakable
tendency in the majority of Washington
realize the necessity for tariff lies a
ring on the market's firmness."
B. Keech A Co.—"We look for a nar
trading market in stocks."
(Reporte«! by Paine. Webber &
:o.)
Boston, Jan. 16.—Today
f mining
shares
on the exchange follow:
Bid.
Aske*l.
Adventure .............
. 3 %
4
Ah meek . ...............
.105
110
Algomah ..............
. 1
1%
Allouez ......... ......
. 66%
67%
Arizona Commercial ...
. 13%
r.x
Butte A Balia kill va
.
. 2
Calumet A Arizona . .. .
• 79%
80
Calumet A liecht .......
.555
560
Centennial .............
. 2«K
27
Copper Range ..........
. 67%
68
Daly West .............
. 14%
15
Franklin . ............
. 8 >4
8%
Hancock ...............
Isle Royale ..........\.
. 18
18%
34-,
35
Island Creek ...........
. 65%
•1«
do preferi e«l .......
■ 91%
92
Indiana ................
2%
3%
Keweenaw ............
• 3>i
4
Like Copper ...........
. 16
16%
Mass Con ..............
15
15X
Mayflower .............
. 3
3'4
Michigan ..........
3
3X
Mohawk ...............
. 8544
86
Mason Valley ...........
. 6 %
S\
New Arcadian ..........
.
5
North Butte ............
. 224,
23
Old Colony .............
2><*
2%
Old Dominion ..........
. 64
61 %
Osceola .......... ......
. 86
s 7
OJibwuy ...............
. *s
l\
Pond Creek .............
. 2H4
Quincy .................
. 88%
89
Shannon ...............
9%
Santa Fe ...............
. IX
2
Superior A Boston ... a 74
7«V4
Superior Copper .......
• 15V,
15X
South 1-ake ............
. 5
South tah ..............
2 »
30
Tamarack .............
5714
57%
Tlouumne ..............
• 1*4
1X
Trinity .................
. 5
$
tali Apex ..............
2 %
tah Metals ............
. «X
*%
Utah Con ..............
. 18 V4
i»x
Victoria ...............
. 5
5X
Wolverine ...» .........
47%
48
Wyandotte . f. .........
• 1V4
2
Winona ...............
■ «X
5
CURB STOC
Rarnek King
KS
■ 1%
2
Bingham Mines .........
• 8%
9
Begole .................
80
81
Bohemia ............
. 1%
2
Butte A- London.........
. 2»
29
Butte-New York
114
nx
Butte Copper A Zin«*
8%
» -
Boston A Montana Dev
74
T,
Calumet A Corbin ......
1 %
Calavaras ........ ......
4
5
Cortez .................
. 35
40
Crown Reserve .........
40
45
First National .........
■IX
■i*
Fortuna ...............
10
12
Goldfield » 'on ............
75
do Merger ..........
. 9
10
de» Atlanta
12
13
Houghton Copper .......
1%
Jerome Verde ..........
• IX
IX
Majestic ...............
. 82
84
Stewart ................
20
25
Success ................
40
45
MONEY MARKET.
New York. Jan. 16—Mercantile paper,
3%#3^ per cent.
Sterling 60-day bills, 472: commercial
60-day bill* on hanks, 471%: commercial
60-dav bills, 471% demand. 475%; cables.
476%.
Francs—Demand, 684; cable*. 5x3.
Marks—Demand. 68, cables, 68%.
Kronen—Demand, 11 &». cables, 11.35,
Guilders—Demand, 40 13-16: «ïablea,
40 15-16
Lires —Demand, 695%. cables, 694%
Rubles—Demand, 29.10: cables, 29.20.
Bar silver. 74%.
Mexicau dollars, 57%
Government bonds, steady; railroad
bonds, strong.
Time loans, steady ; 60 days. 2^; 90
days. 3; 6 months, 3%
Call money, steady; high. 2; low, 1 % ;
ruling rute. 2. last loan, 1%: closing b.d,
1%; offered at 1%.
CHANGE OF SCENE.
The stage hand never goes away.
For traveling he is not keen;
Why should he be, when every day
Tie's sure to get a change of scene?
i
I
WANTS ONE CENT A WORD
WANTED
INFORMATION WANTED «if where
abouts of Mrs. Daniel King; maiden
name Winnifred Bones. Address Daniel
King, 143 Livingston ave., Albany, N. Y.
WANTED—Salesman ami branch mat
agers. Must be inarrle«l men and ah
to furnish bond. Excellent opening f
right men. Apply Jewel Tea Co., 1146
Arizona.
WANTED—Girl for housework in.fai
«•f four, modem house, all convenien
Apply Mrs. Knake, Ramsay, conven
to Butte. Car fare refunded. Phone
WANTED—Girl
inderstonds «-««ok
general work.
YOUNG
keep c
MAN WANTS set
n spare time or ev<
Post.
PU 1*1 LB— Lessons 50 cents
BATH AND MASSAGE
MME. HEYKH, MASSEUSE,
treatments, vapor baths, et«
for results. l'hone 5455-W.
electrical |
See the !
>1 Owsley
ETHEL CAMPBELL, mass« use. bath,
massage parlor. 123 W. Broadway,
room A. Ladles and g •ntb-im n treated.
PLAN TO MOVE ON
THE LEGISLATURES
Suffragists Will Attempt
Secure Right in Many
States.
to
The Post's Washington Bureau
Washington, Jan. 16.—That the suf
lragists are planning to move on prac
tically all of the state legislatures in
session this winter with a demand for
the passage of a bill providing rot
presidential suffrage, is announc ed by
the National American Woman Suf
frage association.
State legislatures are empowered by
the federal constitution to prescribe
the qualifications of voters In i resi
dential elections. The National Suf
frage association declares that "the
presidential suffrage bills in ea« li state
■will be an acid test of the good faith
of suffrage planks in platforms adopt
ed by state conventhms."
The Illinois act, which gran
franchise to women in president
municipal elec tions, will be used as
the model measure, the association an
nounces. The announcement says:
"Aside front the dominant influence
exerted by women In the western
states «luring the November election,
the exercise of suffrage by w«»men of
Illinois was one of the most conspicu
ous features of the last election. The
hundreds of thousands of votes cast by
women in Illinois obliterated sugges
tions that women are not personally
Interested in the ballot. 'I he complete
exercise of their prerogative in Illinois
has, in the opinion of suffragists, at
once proved the vitality of equal suf
frage and made apparent the anomaly
of permitting women suffrage In some
states and denying *t If others."— I
Presidential suffrage bills have their
legal status well defined. Six attacks
Upon the validity »»f all or parts of the ,
Illinois act résulté«! in a? many court '
decisions which accurately define the |
limitations of the at
right granted by It
In some states local conditions
'he peculiarities of the state eonatitu- j
tion ma> require that the model act he
slightly amended. In those common
wealths where referenda on suffrage
are imminent the presidential suffrage
bill will give way to the more immedi
ate issue.
Reports received at the national as
sociation headquarters here show that
many of the women most active in
promoting suffrage this winter will be
the daughters of men who played con
spicuous parts In national politics dur
ing the last generation. Mrs. Harriet
Taylor Upton, whose father succeeded
James R. Garfield in the 'house, will
have charge of the presidential suf
frage bill In Ohio Mrs. Kitty Reed
Ballantvre. daughtei of Sj>eaker Tom
Reed, will have an Important part lit
the Maine suffrage campaign. In
New Ham» shire. Mis. Winston
Uhurchill. wife of the novelist, will be
in charge. An active figure In the
Massachusetts campaign will be Mrs.
Quincy Shaw, daughter of the scien
tist. Agassiz.
tie J
m j j
ralidate
Master*
PET FISH DROWNED
Oakland. Cal.—Horatio la no more.
Some time last night Horatio died a
moat unueual death, a tragic: climax to
a lemarkable life.
Horatio wa* a pet sucker which, by
being ni»le to live out of water, had
baffled the world of snea ■* for alx
month«.
ft. if Master* one dnv found the fish
flopping in the mud In th* tiaeland
eatuary, put it tn a can of water and
brought It he
one of -he scientific wonder* of the
age by getting the f!*h to live out of
water and he now bemoan* the loss of
hi* pet.
By keeping a constant temperature j
and removing a millimeter of water j
each dnv from Horatio's pool In the
back \srd of the Masters home at 3Ü6
i Fairmont avenue. Master, eventually
I got the sucker to breathe the almos
phere
The fish was kept in a cage in the
back yard. but. due to the cold, one
night Masters brought Horatio into
the kitchen. Near the kitchen zink
was a bucket of salt water. While
cavorting about the kitchen last night
Horatio found the uater. He heard
tlM call of the wild and plunged into
the bucket, where he was found this
morning by Masters, drowned
TME BUTTE DAILY POST
POSTS YOU ON THE NEWS
FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE
FIVE-ROOM FRAME on Went Aluminum
street; full lot, cellar and all lmprove
ments paid; price $1,750, easy terms. J.
J! llcilbronner A Co., 202 N. Main st
NEW 4-ROOM BUNGALOW, large lot.
Lullt -in features, excellent plumbing,
front and back porch; we have Just <rom
pleted this hungnbrw on S. Arizona st.
and will sell It on very easy payments
Butte I Ami and Investment Co., 19 W.
Granite st., Butte, x,
SEE IT right away if yen want a
well-built home, close In; four
modern cottage; 407 N. Idaho st. ;
<*ash, balance same as rent; house
vacant. Wilson A Smith <'««., 23-24
i»y block.
SEVEN-ROOM MODERN <
Dakota st., close in;
nst ; good neighborhood;
«•tins Butte I And and In
9 W. Granite st., Butte.
'OTTAGE. 8
In,use Taces
$4,000; good
FOR SALE
R SALE—Span
agon, harness, f
f or milk stock.
of Post.
FOR PAT E r.t half price all the wa!
of the Henry Pharmacy; on a
Shtner-Kelley'e, 76 E. Psrk street
FOR PALE—New pianos, $169 and up,
«•asy terms. C. Winfield Harris «Sc Co.
Steamboat B'k., «orner Maryland an«
.Main. Phone 246.
FOR SALE
model, $10
after 5 p. n:
upstairs.
passenger Maxvv«
lib is a bargain
K. Broadway, roc
!
€18 1111- !
FOR SALE—One mare, broke, gentle
ride and drive. 6 years old. heavy
foal. 1128 Maryland. Phone 2094
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DRESSMAKING
ALL THE LATEST .JTYLE8—Ftrzt-class
work and prices reasonable Mias Me
Monegal. 204 Goldbarg block.
LUMBER
LUMBER AND SHINGLES, la th. win
dows. doors, mouldings and building
material of all kind» Fir finish and floor
ings. New stock Good material, reuaon
able prices. D. W. Hughes Lumber Co..
$16 Maryland ave. Phons 76$.
CLEANING AND DYEING
BUTTE French dyeing and cleanlr
J flr»t-«jla»e work guaranteed. 26 E»
j Quartz. Phone 107.
FIRE INSURANCE
THE STRONGEST home and foreign
companies at lowest rates. Blemons A
Booth. Phone 102
BILLIARDS AND BOWLING
FOR SALE—Billiard tables, new, carom
and pocket, with complete outfit, $125,
second-hand table» a. reduced prices,
bowling alley supplie»; easy payments
Cigar »tore, drug, delfratensen and noda
fountain flxturea. Send for catalogue. The
Brunswick -Pulke- Collender Co.. Broad
way and Arizona street, Butte. Mont.
j
j
i
FURNITURE FOR SALE
WEST SIDE, splendid furniture of sev«
r«x»ms. will clear $90 a month. Prf
$1,356. You had better hurry. Paries
Glrrolr, 356 Phoneix Blk.
FOR BALE—N
rooms house
the|ac»l«l at
No children
ure of three
A bargain if
39 E Granite.
BRICKWORK CONTRACTORS j
BRICKWORK, concrete foundations.
chimneys, mantels. Jobbing. John
Tandy. Phone 2670-J. 302 S. Main.
CARPENTER WORK
ALTERATIONS, REPAIRS. JOBBING.
Leo S. Iloaa. general contractor, lit S.
Arizona. Phone 334.
SECOND-HAND GOODS
PAINTING & PAPERHANGING
I
,
!
j
PAINTING. CALBOMIXINQ, PAI'EH
hanging and decorating. Interior and
exterior, at reasonable prices; estimates
furnished Phone 481. Dern Decorating
Co.. 272 E. Park.
$1.25 room
ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLD
ERS
Notice is hereby given that the annual
meeting of stockholders of the Harnack
Gold Mining Uompany will be held st
the office of the Company, 2Ü2 Lr«*isohn
building. Butte. Momaifa. on Tuesday,
the thirtieth day of January, 1917, at two
o'clock p. in.
The object of said meeting is to elect
transect such other busu
properly come before the
that time.
as mav
tockh» »iderz at
EBAUGH,
Secretary
j NOTICE OF TIMF APPOINTED FOR
j PROVING WILL. ETC.
1 "
* n e District Court of the Second Ju
j mL*"* * *"*"*■
f , h , Ma „, r Ot , h . Estate of Ri. hard
Trethewey. Dec*-s»ed :
' Pursuant to an order of said District
j Uourt. made on the 6th da 1 of Januar*
,r *" * K '' , '*
notice is hereby given that Wednes
day. the 17th day of Januarv. 1917. at 10
o'clock h. m of mid «day*, nt the Court
Room of mid Court, at the City of Butts
in the said County of Stiver Bow, has
been appointed aa the tune and place for
proving the will of aaid Richard Treibe
wey, deceaaed. and for hearing the ap
plcation of William Trethewey for the
issuance to hfm of letters testamentary
to said will, w h e n end where any permf'
interested may appear and contest the,
same. OTIS LEB.
Clerk.
FOR RENT
rent and save at pamb time
—Remlncton vuible. 13.00 for »no
month: »7.r,0 for thro* month». Others nt
lowor rate« Rental payment applies on
Purchase. Remington Typewriter Com
pany, ins w. Broadway. Butte. Montana
Telephone 17U.
FOR RENT—New ».ore room. 733 South
Montana street, near new Milwaukee ]
depot; steam heat, hot and cold water; j
one living room.
n r.M»n7in
For RENT—One
nhe homelike pi.
or without hoard.
large modern i
2514 Argyle
FOR RENT—Furnished front
South Montana. Suitable fo
four gentlemen. Board If «lea
11-12, 7-8 p m.
FOR RENT— I «arge light fron
FOR 7 -JNT—Nice new furnished rooms
Steam heat, hot water in all rooms.
736 H. Montana.
ROOM«. ANI)
<*ute<i: mode
V. Galena st.
..I N Monta
FOR RENT—Tin
furnished fla
FOR RENT Tv
for rent lAt-ge
! FURNISHED fr«.
! P'ARX FOR RENT 13
Ot'TKIDE ROOMS 53 00. 332 3. Main.
SALE -ROOMING HOUSES
NINE ROOMS. <e„trall\ located, nualer
and well furnished. Rent $50 Prie
$1.200. J. H Heilbrunner A fVmpni
N. MuI n Ht
N Main St
THIRTY-ONE ROOMS, near
tore, good len ne. modern, and
00 will handle this. J II. He
•ompanv. 202 N. Mai. St
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MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY loaned on Butte real «.-state Fire
insurance in strongest American com
panies. A. T. Morgan, Daly Hank Bldg
j MONEY TO LOAN at reasonable rate»
prompt service; courteous treatment. F
R. Shields, 125 W. Broadway, Real Estate,
j Loan«, Insurance, Rentals.
i MONEY TO LOAN on furniture. »Im«
check» and other securities. Northern
Loan A Realty Co., 216 I>aly Bank Bldg
J II. HE I LB RON N EP. A COMPANY
real estate. Insurance, loans, have move
their offices to 102 N. Main street Phon
1129.
i I
LOST
LOBT— Gold chain
Reward Jf
ELECTRICAL TREATMENT
DRUG LESS and electric
vapor baths, massage Mrs
M T.. Silver Bow Blk. Phot
j fV>R
In the District f'ourt of the Second Ju
dicial District of the State of Montana,!
County of Silver Bow
In the Matter of the Estate of Char>s '
Beley. Deceased
Pursuant to an order of eai«l District
Court, made <»n the 9th day of January,
1917. notice is hereby given that Satur-1
«lay, the 20th day
o'clock a m. of
room of said «'ou
I in the said ('oui
been appointed a?
, pro', it. g the will o
! « eased, and for
j of Ina M Beley
at the City
of Bilv
Bo«
he time and place for
aid Charles Beley, de
aring the application
r the itcMiaiKe to her
of letters teeramentzrv. when and where
mi y person interested may appeal and
contest the same. ,
Dated January 9th. 1917
(Court Seal.) OTIS IJCE Clerk
By E. A ROULEAU, I.*epuiy « .erk.
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEET
ING OF THE MONTANA FIRE IN- *
SU RAN CE COMPANY. A MON
TANA CORPORATION
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to section 1 of article 9. and nc-tkon 6.
article 12. of amendments, of the bvbiw»
of the Mnuiai.a Fire insurant« con.pany,
a Montana corporation, there will be held
the annual stockholders' meeting of the
said corporation at the company's prin
cipal piace of business in Butte. Montana,
on the first hatuid*' In February. 1917,
to-wit: Februar 3 1917. at 11 o clock
a. in. of sard da%, at it» offices in suae
411 State Savings Bank Buikling. Butte,
______ _____
| âêchhoidrrï' mëâting liai
| j, tail. Ttna meeting to be heal for the
purtiuM of electing üireciur» and cm.
aider.ng the unction of amending its
, tM)r , , 0 „.tie ll tTTngage In oth^T l ne.
Montana.
Said meeting to be me annual sUa-k
holder? meeting provided for by amend
! ment» tj> b> law? made at the
of insurance, including automobile insur
w
[
!
"Jjj;'
«nd hail InmnrH«*, and trauaacting
any other buMn«s> that may properly
come bef«*re tod. meeting
The polls for the voting of any stock
matter that may properly com*
said meeting t«> be open at such
time as the meeting mav direct
The stock transfer books of the com
pan y will be dozed from 12 o clock Janu
ary 25, 1917. until after said meeting.
CHARITES M McCOT, Secretary.
Dated at Butte this 2nd day of Janu
THE POST FOR THE NEWS
/
V
ROOFING
Gravel roafing, also Ganasco and
Mai the id Built-up raofs, P. A B.
roof paints. J. C. BYERS, successor
to Hanlon A Byars. Office 17 years
1 West Broadway, Phone 978.
We have an abundance of money
to loan on real estate. In large
and small amounts. No dalay.
Butte lAnd and Investment Ce*
19 West Granite St.
PLUMBING
•neral plumbing and heating. Spo
;il attention to repair work. Phone
•HMI. Satisfaction guaranteed.
T. L. M'DONALI)
118 South Main St.
DANCING SCHOOL
POPULAR I>ANG1CS Taughiiri
lAdy an«l g«-ntlemen teachers. Open »II
day and evening. Less<jns any time. Wal
lace School of Dancing, Pallas ball, Park
and Dakota.
NOTICE OF TIME APPOINTED FOR
PROVING WILL, ETC.
district Court of the Second JudL
Dlatrict of the State of Mon
ana. County of Silver Bow.
mat ter of the « »tat«-, of Mary A.,
.. deceased.
ant to an order of said district
nade on the 5th day of Janu«try (
»ice is i -reh. given th.t Thors*
» 18th day of January, 1917, at HI
a. m of said day, at the court
tb«
of H
of Silver Bow, has
ie time and pla< e f««r
•aid Mary A Wilt
ing the ap
the is
>TLS LEE. Clerk.
of Pi
rick
the
ihe will of sa:«l Patrick Lyr
md for hearing the applica)
igliMli f*.r the issuance t.. !
id Dinttlci
f January,
Satur
917, at 10
h«- court
of Butts
Bow, has
place for
vie
Dnfed Jîii
By E A ROULEAU, D
in t
lie District
'.'ourt of the S
e. ond Ju
di
al District
of the State of
Montana,
Co
untv of Sil
ver How
in t
he Matter
of the Estate
« t Charles
Nc
. by him
a
taries Nym;
an. Debased:
pi
un nrUer ..f tm)
«1 District
Coui
rt, made or
• » he 11th da:, o
f January,
1917,
, notice is
hereby given t]
bat* Satur
y. ihr 27
lock a. i
room <•( sai
h day <>f January,
be*
hearing the appl
1917. at 10
the court
V of Butte
Bow, has
1 place for
« Newman,
1. and for
LEWIS A SMITTf
î OF TIME APPOINTED
PROVING WILL, ET« - .
In the D
trie
"irt * f »he
die
ul Di
nd Ju
of A:.
trlct
County of Silver B
In the Matter of the :
Johnston, Deceased
Pursuant to an order of »* 1 Di
• ourt. made on the Ihth da> of January,
1917. notice is hereby given that Satur
day. the 2<>th <la> of January, 1917, at 16
O'cdock a m. of said day, at the court
room of said Court, at the City of Butte
in the said «Vu:' <i Sliver Bow, has
i.een appointed .is il»- time ami j>laee for.
proving the w ,. - «»f %■ id Andrew J John
ston. dec^as^d. and for hearing the . p*
plication of Ellen R. Johnston for the
issuance to her of iMters t e amer. tary*
when and wh»-re »»♦'n^'n r
may api*ear and •x>nt»**i; the »'am*
I>ated Januar 10th, 191».
(Court Sea! • OTIS LEE. ''!*rk
By R E McGRATH, Deputy
NOTICE
OF TIME APPOINTE I 'T)Ä
PROVING WILT- ETC
^
(
a. Coui
matter
t . of Silver Bow
■1 the estate of Bridget
RncLet Lynch. <Je
Moylan. foi
Pursuant T o an order ••( sa-«! district
« ourt. made «>n the 16th «lay of Janoary.
1517, notice * h«-re* given than Monday,
the 29th da> ot January !9J7. at 10
o'clock a m. of said day. at the court
room of said court, at the city *.f Butt«
In the sait! «ourt- ■ ? Silver Bow. has
been app*4nted the t me and j.la.e for
proving the will vf zud Bridget Mcylan.
formerly Bridget Lynch, drfvawd and
for hearing the *m .cation of William
Muylbn tor the lesuance to bira of letters
te»tamentar> a hen and where any per
ntere!«ted mav apf>eer and contest
OTTS l JÎK Clerk.
B R E MrORATH l*eput> «Vrk.
Ltated Jünuary 11 1917.
SPECIAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLD
ERS
Not « is hereby given that a special
meeting of stockhnklera of the Rannack
(Rjld Mining company will l-e held at the
office of the company, 202 Lea isohn
' Building. Butte. Montana.
; The $vth day of Januar>, 1917, at 1
clock
•n,e «>bje<t of said meeting la to con
' aider and «lechle upon the question of
mortgaging tb«* whoie of the property of
aaid corporation for the purpose of
uring loan« made to the said corpora
tion on account ot development work and
construction exp an s es .
Notice of a stockholders' meeting to be
held December 16, 1916. is hereby with
drawn. v -
Dated and ma led this 12th day ef De
cember. 1916.
BANXACK GOLD MINING COMPANY.
W. C. EBAUGH. Secretary.

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