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To Riche» financial failures are „I l,v trying lo go too fast. u i,o go "across lots, or get -rich-quick route, encoun many pitf»" 8 - •e, m ,i!n-traveled road to sue u the one which leads to sa ; In«« bank. » may seem . t„ .„me. hut proof abounds th„. t . who keep on It suc , i„ M,minting money and n tu handle it wisely, «gestion: Make an "every .das" deposit at Vegen Bros , ke ,; you will "arrive' .... than those who take the e across lots to riches. Fit CENT I'Ain ON SAVINGS IIME DEPOSITS. gen BROS. BANKERS Bl TTE, MONT. Capital $100,000.00 jt CLARK J. HOSS CLaARK a.clark&bro. Bankers Established 187Ï j. JOHNSTON........Cashier , IIESLKT.....Assistant Cashier rsnsacts a General Banking usiness. Account» of Bankt orporstions and Firms Will cccivc Best Terms Consistent ith Good Banking Method*. ;erest Paid on Time Deposits ds In Safety Deposit Vault ly Bank and Trust Company -OF BUTTE— (Established 1883) TAL AND SURPLUS... *400.000 riRKCTORSi lei .t. Kcllv, John D. Ryan, arcus Daly, C. C. Swinborne, H. A. Kunkel. OFFICERS. IMPS 1. KELLY......President ; D. RV'N......Vice President SWINBORNE..........Cashier KUNKF.I.....Assistant Cashier f. PLACE.....Assistant Cashier ■est Paid on Time Deposits ESTABLISHED 187T. first National Bank of Butte Capital and Surplus **00.0*8. United states depository. untier of Federal Reserve Bank. 'DREW 1 DAVIS.......President IS. DUTTON ..............Cashier E. STEPHENSON... A»»t. Cashier X) U. 1I1LL.........Asst. Cashier Travelers' Checks and oreign Exchange Issued Silver B&w ational Bank ESI \RUSHED 18ft Member of Federal Reaorva Bank Savings Department Under S. Government Supervision Per Cent raid on Bavlnce and Tim. Depoitta. FE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT '•tarda» E.enlnea froaa 7l00 to Or*. DIRECTORS lohn MacGInntaa ' V 5S"»" A. 8. Chri.tl. BUTTE PUBLIO STOCK -CHANGE 8totht an« Mg m ftartea 8s«cuto* to Bay m Ml aa AU EuhuiM C. R a PfiS K * Tth I*' 8 - Fkana im. ocks and Insurance w - h. Mcnulty co. H w - ® p anlta «I. Phon« 134*. STOCKS ^ho-Monlana Inv. Co. ■I n, **»» 11 ®«l Granlto Straal ® d 7 er and * 00». ,-^..v^ r ~ Mark '' ,ow ' 8ei1 '"»es; market un LIQUIDATION IN THE . MARKET CONTINUES Selling of War Issues Finally Has Effect Upon the Entire List. New York. April Id-Special stocke were again In process of liquidation to day, their decline finally affecting early puna In rails and other representative issues. Sales approximated 560,000 shares. There were no exceptions to the gen eral strength of tho market at today's opening, even the motor group manifest ing a decidedly firmer tone. United States Steel and allied shares score'! average gains of a point, with like ad vances in Mexican Petroleum and Conti nental Can. Sturtebaker and Atlantia juif and West Indies were almost 2 points higher, nnd Ohio Gas made a new record on Its rise of 2% to 142V Read ing and Union Pacific were the strong rails, the only setback In that division being a 2-polnt loss In New Haven. Metals were fractionally better with In dustrial Alcohol. Profit-taking and bearish pressure ex erted the usual effect after the first hour, some gains suffering substantial reduc tions. New Haven increased Its loss to Mi points on selling induced by the pro posed preferred stock Issue, fltudebaker lost all its rise, American Tobacco fell 7 points and Consolidated Gas 1%. Ohio Gab moved steadily forward, however, the new record of 148V United States Steel and other active industrials were stronger with oils Pittsburg and Wesi Virginia, common and preferred, rose 2 and 4 points, respectively, but In the main rails remained sluggish. Bonds wet dull and disposed to yield. Motors and shippings were singled out for another attack In the afternoon General Motors losing 34 nnd Marin* preferred 1%. Liggett & Myers Tobacco recovered a 37-polni loss at 225. as com pared with Its previous sale a few week ago. All shipping showed extreme depression In the last hour, causing sympathetic re versais In rails and Industrials. The closing was heavy. -MONEY MARKET. New York, April 19.—Mercantile paper, 4©4% per cent. Sterling—60-day bills, 472; commercial 60-day bills on hanks, 472; commercial 80-day bills, 471V demand, 475%; c.ables, 476V Francs- Demand, 571; cables. 570. Guilders—Demand, 40%; cables, 4L Lires -Demand, 700; cables, 699. Rubles—Demand, 28.70; cables, 28.7 Bar silver—74%c. Government bonds—Weak. Railroad bonds—Heavy. Time loans—Steady; 60 days, 3%fa4 per cent: 90 days, 3% 04 per cent; 6 months, 4% 0 44 per cent. Call money—Firmer; high, 3 per c low, 2% per cent; ruling rate. 24 per cent: last loan, 24 per cent; closing bid, 2% per cent; offered, 24 per cent. PORTLAND LIVESTOCK. Cortland. Ore.. April 19.—Hogs—Re eipts, 32b bead; market steady. Bulk of packing grades, 115.25015.85; heavy pack Ing. $15.35015.50: light packing. $15.10®) 15.26; rough heavies, $14.00©14.75 ; pigs and skips, $13.50® 14.00; stock hogs, $12.00 ©18.25. Cattle—Receipts. 73 head; market steady. Hteers, prime light, $10.00010.25 prime heavy, $9.75010.15; good, $9.15® 9.26; cows, choice, $8.2509.00; medium to good. $7.750 8.25; ordinary to fair, $6.75© 7 60; heifers, $8.250 9.00; bulls, $6.00® S.00; calves. $7.00010.00. Sheep—Receipts, none; market steady Limbs, east of mountains. $13.00013.50 lambs, valley, $12.75013.26: lambs, shorn $11.00011.50; prime wethers. $11.500 12.00 choice ewes, $10.0001(^75; heavy e $9.00010.00. OMAHA LIVESTOCK. Omaha, April 19.—Hogs—Receipts, 9.400 head; market steady'. Heavy, $15.300 15.60; light. $14.900 15.40; pigs. $12.500) 16.00; bulk of sales. $15.15010.60. Cattle—Receipts. 3,100 head: market steady. Native steers. $9.50® 18.00; cows and heifers, $8 00011.00: western steers, $9.00®11.50; stocker» and feeders. $6.500 10,25. Sheep—Receipts 7,000 head; market steady. Yearlings, $12.000 13.75; wethers, $12.50012.90; lambs. $14.75015.75. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK. Chicago, III., April 19.—Hogs—Receipts. ,000 head; market slow, at yesterday average to 6c lower. Bulk of sales, $15.60 015.80; light. $14.70015.75; mixed. $15.15 015.86; heavy. $15.15015.90; rough, $15.15 015.85; pigs. $10.25014.00. Cattle—Receipts 4,000 head; market steady. Native beef cattle. $9.00©13.26 Stockers and feeders, $7.25® 9.00; cows and heifer», $5.60011.00; calves, $8.50 012.75. Sheep—Receipts, 15.000 head; market steady. Wethers, $10.60012.75; lambs, $11.90®15J5. POOR KID! I do not blame email Willie Mete, No wonder he gets eore; For Sunday dinner Willie gets The neck the chicken wore. STRANGE "Nice looking pair of shoes." "And they're leather, tool"__ Anaconda Copper-Silver Gold Mining Co. of Arizona Capital Slock 1,000,000 Shares, Non-Assessable. Par Value, *1 The recommendations of well known local mining men, who have seen our proper ties, should mean much to the people of Butte who want a sound mining investment. The Selling Price is Still 50 Cents a Share 304 N. Main St. Phone 946. Beaver Block Mir WHEAT TODAY SELLS ITM Report That U. S. is Not to Re alize on Canadian Reserve Sends Prices Up. Chicago, April 19.—Wheat prices ran up today about 8 cents a bushel, Jump ing at times 1 and 2 cents between sales. Trading was active, but the volume was not in proportion to the advances. De mand from exporters and military cen ters seemed to he the chief bn sis of the new upturn*, which were to points far Above any heretofore touched. Advices appeared to Indicate that hopes of any Immediate large amounts from Canada to the United States were not to be realized and that shipments from United Ktates ports to Europe were to be pushed to the utmost, especially as the western At lantic was said to be still free from Ger me» submarines. Opening prices, which ranged from l%c lower to 2%c advance, with May at $2.33402.85 and July af $1 96401.97%, were followed by advances to $2.40 and 2.05%, respectively, but then by setbacks of 2c or mm«. Htlll higher prices, averaging about 10c all around Rbove yesterday's close, were reached in the late dealings, May going Up to $2.42% and July to $2.07%. Tho close was unsettled. 7%09%e net higher, with May at $2.40*402.41 and July at ".05% ©2.05%. Corn, like wheat, soared lo new high levels. Fellers wore scarce and the chief Influence was the strength of wheatj After opening %c off to %c up, the mar ket ascended 4 cents or more ubov day's finish. .Smallness of receipts counted later as an additional bullish factor and so, too. did rains which interfered with planting. The market, afier advancing in some cases more than 5c, closed nervous at gains of 2%©4%c net. Provision traders Ignored relative weak ness of the hog market. All packing house products sympathized instead with higher prices of grain. The quotations its Wheat— May ... July ... Corn— May ... July ... Oats— May ... July ... Pork— May ... July ... I»arri— May ... July Ribs— July . .. Sept ... Wheat $2 54; N nominal. yellow. ® 1.52 V Oats—No. 3 white, ?0©?0%c 70% 'n 72c. Rye—No. 3. $1.95© 1.9S. Barley—$1.20© 1.62. Timothy—$5.00©6.00. Clover—$ 12.00® 17.00. Pork-— N om 1 nal. T^ard- $21.02. Ribs— $19 60019 95. I Open. Hlith. 1 vOW. Close. . $2.334 $2.42% $2.33 52.40% .. 1.964 2-07'A 1.964 2.05% .. 1.42 1.47% 1.42 1.46 . . 1.87 142'4 1.37 1.41% .. .65% .67% .65% .66% . . .64 .65% 63% .64% . .27.35 37.40 37.80 37.30 . .37.00 37.25 37.00 37.20 ..21.00 21.22 21.00 21.02 . .21.25 21.45 21 22 21.22 . .19.95 20.15 19.95 20.07 . .20.05 20.20 CASH. 20.05 20.17 —No. 2 ed, noir inal; No 3 red, vo. 2 hard, $2.5 5; No. hard, No. 2 yellow. $1 .5 © 1.55 4 No. .1 $1.53 40 1 55, No. 4 yellow, $1.59 MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT. Minneapolis, April 19.—Wheat—May $2 34402 34%; July, $2.26. CASH. Wheat—No. 1 hard, $2.59%©2.61% ; No 1 northern. $2.OO%0 2.34% ; No. 2 n er», $2.46%®2.54%. Flax—$3.29® 3.35. Barley—$1.1601.42. th NEW YORK STOCKS New York, April 19.—Closing quotations on the exchange today were as follows: American Beet Sugar ,............. 914 American Can ...................... 45 American Car and Foundry.......... 66 American Locomotive ............... 664 American Smelting and Refining.... 994 American Sugar Refining ...........Ill 4 American Tel. /fr Tel................123% American Zinc, laead and S.......... 32 Anaconda Copper ................... 79% Atchison ..........................1024 Atlantic. Gulf A W. I. H. 8. Lines.. 99 Baldwin Locomotive ................ 54 Baltimore A Ohio ............4..... 76% Butte & Superior Copper............ 4,1 California Petroleum ............... 204 Canadian Pacific ....................161 Central Leather .................... 83% Chesapeake & Ohio................. 6ft% Chicago, MU. & St. Paul............ 80 Chicago. R. I. A Pa< Rv. rtfs...... 40% Chino Copper ....................... 53% Colorado Fuel A Iron................ 47% Corn Products ...................... 23% Crucible Steel ...................... 61% Cuba Cane Sugar................... 4o?fc Erie ................................ 27% General Electric ....................164 General Motors .....................100% Great Northern preferred............110% Great Northern Ore Cts............. 30% Illinois Central .....................104 Inspiration Copper ................. 554 Inter. Merc. Mar. preferred......... 77% Kansas City Southern .............. 22 Kennecott Copper................... 48% Lehigh Valley ...................... 65% Louisville A Nashville (bid)........130% Mexican Petroleum ................. 87% Miami Copper ....................... 41% Missouri Pacific ..................... 28% New York Central .................. 94 Nevada Copper ..................... 22% N. Y., N. H. A Hartford........... 39% Northern Pacific ....................103% Pennsylvania ....................... 53 Ray Con Copper ................... 29% Reading ........................... 94% Republic Iron A Steel............... 29% Southern Pacific .................... 94% Southern Railway ................... 28% Studebaker Co....................... 85% Shattuck Arizona .................. 24% Tennessee Copper .................. 16% Texas Co............................210 Union Pacific ......................137% U. S. Industrial Alcohol .............103% United States Steel ................lll% do preferred .......................117% Utah Copper .......................Ill Wabash Pfd. "B"................... 25% Western Union ...................... 96% Westinghouse Electric ............. 49 TRY IT Take the number of your living brothers. Double the amount. Add 3. Multiply by 6. Add the number of your living sisters. Multiply by 10. Add the number of your dead brothers. Subtract 160. The right figure of the result will be the number of deaths of brothers. The middle figure will be the number of living sisters. And the left figure will show' the number of living brothers. WANTS ONE CENT A WORD WANTED WANTED—Bright young man to learn good, clean, permanent business In all its branches; some knowledge of sales manship and bookkeeping desired; good chance for steady advancement ; refer ences required. Write A. B. C., card this office. PRIVATE FAMILY, with references, will hoard and room girl who Is attending school; amount reasonable If party can help around the house. Answer C. C. C., care Dally Post. WANTED—We pay the highest price for men's discarded cUtling. Phone 5753-W nd we will call. WANTED—Woman cook o at Lincoln Blk., 207 W. HELP WANTED—MALE I HAVE A GOOD remunerative and per manent position for a young man ot salesmanship ability. Honesty and wil lingness to work are the main requisites. Call at 58 East Broadway between 10 and II a. m. Ask for Mr. Hickey. YOUNO MEN WANTED—Government railway mail clerks; $75 month: sample questions free. Franklin Institute, Dept. 229-D, Rochester, N. Y. WANTED—FEMALE HELP WANTED—A competent colored girl to do general housework. Call 408 B. Ex celsior Bt., Butte. NURSE GIRL capable of assisting with house work. Apply 1217 W. Aluminum. .1 SALESMAN WANTED r AM STARTING n selling campaign a size and nature that assure salesmen employed a rare opportunity to make money. The position Is permanent and hna large possibilities for advancement Call between 10 and 11 a in. 53 E Broad way. Ask for Mr. Hickey. MATERNITY HOME BUTTE MATERNITY HOME Prices moderate. Your own choice of doctors. 903 Nevada ave. Phone 1530. TIN SHOP ELECTRICAL TREATMENT DRUGLESS and elcrtrlc treatments, vapor baths, massage. Mrs French. Dr. M. T.. Silver Bow Blk. Phone 2593. DANCING SCHOOL POPULAR L)A^EiTuuig^^ Lady and gentlemen teachers. Open all day and evening. Lessons any time. Wal lace Dancing School. Pallas hall. W. Park. HAIRDRESSING MRS. A. BIRTHRIGHT, hair dressing, manicuring, chiropody. Will send com petent assistant to jour home. »29 West Copper. Phone 1487. FIRE INSURANCE THE STRONGEST home and foreign companies at lowest rates. Slemons A Booth. Phone 102. MISCELLANEOUS MME. STEWART, NuBone corsets. 215 S. Dakota. Phone 4369-W. LOCAL STOCK MARKET. Quotations on the loot 1 exchang todav were as follows: Bid. Asked. Bannack Gold .. 1.024 1.10 Barnes-King .. ... .. 2.00 2.06% Big Creek......... .. .16 .17 Boston !• Corbin ---- .55 .66 Boston A- Montana..... .. .65 .66 Butte-Hullwhacker . . .50 .55 Butte A Bullaklava .. 1.00 1.25 Butte Copper-Zinc .. .. 9.25 9.50 Butte-Duluth..... . 20 50 Butte Ely .. .60 .65 Butte-Great Falls...... . 35 .36% Butte A- Ixuulon .. .23 .25 Butte Main Range...... .. .75 .78 Butte-New York . 1.50 2.00 Butte & Pacific..... in Butte & Superior 42.75 43.00 Caledonia . . .68 .69 Colusa Leonard Extension .384 .40 Colorado........ .. .lit* .18 Copper King ........ . .10% .11 Davts-Daly ......... . 4.874 6.00 East Butte ..... 13.00 Furnace Creek Oxide .. . .08 .09 4 Great Butte Copper... . .75 76 Hecla ...... ...... .. 7.50 7.75 Highland Surprise ...... .. .114 .12 Hull Copper ............ .. .30 .36 Independence l»ead .... .. .Ill* 15 Jerome Verde ........ .. 2.25 2.50 Marsh............. .. 164 .17 Nancy Hanks ......... .30 .364 National Life Mont..... 7.60 North Butte ............ 22.00 North Butte Ex ....... .. .15 .20 Original Bannack ...... .1« ■ 1«>4 Rocher de Boule ..... .»«44 Scratch Gravel Gold ... .. .57 Slocan Star ............ .. 21V4 .22 Snowstorm Mines Con . . .81 .62 Stewart ............... .. .29 .33 Success ............... .. .42 .424, 1.80 METAL PRICES. New York, April 19.—Lead—Market firm, 9% asked Spelter—Market weak. Spot, East St. Louis delivery, 9% asked. Copper — Market quiet. Electrolytic, spot and second quarter. 30.00032. 0*». nominal: third quarter. 26.00030.00. Iron—Market steady and unchanged. Tin—Market firm. Spot, 65.60©56.25. At London—Spot copper. £133: future», £132 10s Electrolytic. £145. Spot tin, £219 5s; futures, £21» 10». SOUTHERN PACIFIC INCOME New York, April 18.—The 1916 net In come of the Southern Pacific company and subsidiary was $86,422.614, an In crease of $7,268,0$8, or 25.82 per cent, ac cording to the annual report issued to day. Total operating revenues were $163.427.423. an increase of $20,959.518, or 14.71 per cent. The total operating in come was $52.008,200, an increase ol $8,479,753, or 19.48 per cent. Subscribe for the Butte Dsily Post FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE FIVE-ROOM modem brick and four room modern brick on two lots; fire place; hardwood floors; built-in buffet, bookcases, kitchen cabinet; rooms in white enamel; hot water heat; this prop erty Is well located and may be pur chased for $4,000; $800 cash, balance $50 per month. Butte Land and Investment Co., 19 W. Granite Bt. PLANT TIGS IN SPUDS and pay for land In one season: Ten-acre tract near Five Mile on Harrison avenue; wind mill, piped to house and around front yard, good chicken houses; A1 barn: six room house, hardwood floors. Cheap at $3,000; $500 down; balance rent. Apply 2131 Ynle or phone 8171-J. RIG W. PARK ST. corner and 17-room •ick house; hot water heating plant, *»il streets, etc.; everything in good condition; monthly income of $300; all nicely furnished; price, Including furni ture. $13,000, on good terms. For further particulars, see Steele A Anderson. E. Broadway. NEW FOUR-ROOM cottage; nicely tint ed; water and lights, sink connected with cesspool; bullt-ln features through out the house, nil fir-trimmed; with some furniture; $1.100, on easy terms. Hutte Land and Investment Co , 19 W. Granite St. l** »u r ROOM® on w i•<>! pi i . . modem brick with nice garage in rear **v< thing In good repair; price $8,350. terms. Steele A Anderson, 111 E. Broad way. ACREAGE— tracts, clos $150 per acr Butte I^nnd Granite St $10 cash, $10 p* $200 HANDLES Hamilton addn evenings after t a. in., or call at 510 Phoeni: er. 3471-W. 11 and 12 Bldg. FOR SALE—Two level lots 30x150 close Englewood car line near the lake. Own* leaving Butte will sell at sacrifiée. Son terms. Box 38, Poet. FIVE ROOMS phono 2471 -W e lodern, llan 510 I'hoenix iltu SIX-ROOM modern low' on west side; rear, cement floor; & Anderson, 111 E. $4.000. Steele Broadv WE WANT ON* OFFER on two lots in Floral Turk. State street, between Sherman and Porter. Co-Operative Realty Company. 53 E. Broadway. Tel. 1052. For SALE—Four-room nnd building suitable comer. Inquire 203 W. modern house n good Butte. TWO-ROOM bungalow for sale. 1802 Banks, FURNITURE FOR SALE FOR SALE—Free rent; six rooms good furniture, cheap, three rooms upstairs paying better than rent 107 Shields Ave. MUST SELT» my six rooms furniture by Saturday; cash or easy terms. 712 W Park St. GOOD FURNITURE for sale, cheap. CuU W. Park. FARM LANDS 424 ACRES near Grace. Mont. 50 a* rev cultivated: good water right; «ut 60 tons hav 1916; plenty of good range. pri< e $12 an acre. Steele & Anderson, 111 E. Broadway,____ 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; courteoua treatment. E. R. Shields, 125 W. Broadway. Real Estate. Loans. Insurance. Rentals. SARI.ES &• GIRROIR, Chattel and Real Estate I-oan*. Bonds. 3r.fi-s Phoenix Blk. MONEY TO LOAN on furniture, time checks r-.d other securities. Northern Loan & Realty Co.. $16 Daly Bans Bldg. REAL ESTATE, money to loan, rents. X^awlor A Rowe. 120 W. Granite. REAL. ESTATE LOANS; low Interest rates. Wilson A Smith Co.. Owslev Bik PAPER CLEANING NATIONAL PAPER CLEANERS; rooms cleaned, $1 and up. Phone 2969-J. INDEPENDENT PAPER CLEANERS. Rooms $1 and up. Phone 3927-W. CLEGG — $1 ROOM ONLY. 1337-W REMODELING BERT DRISCOLL—Cleaning, pressing, dyeing and remodeling a specialty. Room 4. First National Bank Blk. Tel. 6939. BATH AND MASSAGE ETHEL CAMPBELT», masseuse, bath, massage parlor. 123 W. Broadway, room B. Ladles, gentlemen. Phone 5179-M. MJBDIf'ATEri BATHS AND MASSAGE - OraDuat. nianaeua». 11Ï44 \V. Park. ROOFING CONTRACTS GRAVEL ROOFING, also Geneaco and Malthold Built-up roofs, P. êc B. roof palntg J. C. Byers, office 17 years 1 W. Broadway. Phone 978. HEMSTITCHING PICOTING AND HEMSTITCHING—Miss McMonlgal. 204 Goldberg Bile CARPENTER WORK ALTERATIONS. REPAIRS. JOBBING Lao b. Rom, gcnaral contractor. Ill a Arlaona. Phonaa U4 and 140*. HAT OLKANING HAT8 CLEANED AND BLOCKED — Best work; guaranteed; charges rea sonable. Western Hat Works. 240 E. Park HAT TRIMMING FRENCH HAT SHOP, 52 W. Park, room 4, upstairs. Pattern ha ta. also feat* made over and to order. Prices reasonable. FOE RENT Rent and bave at same time— Remington Visible. $3.00 for one month; $7.50 for three months. Others at lower ates. Rental payment applies on pur chase. Remington Typewriter Company. 105 W. Broadway, Butte, Montana. Tel ephone 1719. FOUR-ROOM flat on W. Galena 8».; hardwood floors and all bullt-ln fea tures; two bedrooms; wants to sell blinds, linoleum, big, nice heater and some coal; gas range furnished: renl $40 See Steele A Anderson, 111 E. Broadway. ONE NICE, clean, pleasant front suite of housekeeping rooms; also one nice, large housekeeping room; no children. 208 w. Porphyry; ovei Jensen's drug store. FOUR ROOMS on Front street for rent must sell furniture, Including organ mid sewing machine; everything complete, foi $150; terms, If necessary. Steele A An derson. 111 E Broadway. NICE NEW furnished rooms, ateai hot and cold water In all room s. Montana. Rhone 1596. heat. ALBEMARLE HOUSE. 110 W. Gr nicely furnished rooms by tho week or month. Phone 5237-W. RENT—Furnished roo one or two gentleme ington. Phone 2765. - Foil RENT—Ft: FIVE-ROOM mode nlture for sale. | 390-8 Phoenix Itlk. FOR RENT—Tv FOR RUNT—Furnished house: and hath. «ii4 W. Broad wa I »aw lor A Rowe, 12<i W. G rani 'A BIN FOR RENT— ' 'hone 3708-W. 904 Ho N E W LY - FU R N 1SH ED fir housekeeping, hot water t !. Idaho. TWO FURNISH El 5124 S. Dakota. ROOV Mai ' 11. 86 N. $15 00 -Clean, light room in private fam iiy. 321 N Jackson S FOR RENT—Oarage at 313 S. Dakota SUITE FOR RENT FOUR Park street, furnished roon 1 ENT LEM UN. 303 W Park FOR BALE FOR SALE— Registered l»arabec »... ing mare, well broken to drive both f ngl** and double and lo ride gentle and can he handled by any lady; weighs 1.200 pounds, five years old shows lots of re uminer. DO NOT HELL your old furniture until you see Shiner. II« pay* the highest cash prices or will exchange used furni ture for new. Shiners Furniture and Hardware, 75-77-79 K. Park street FOR SALE at half price rolltop desks flat top desks and standing desks At Shiner's, 75-77-79 East Park street. IF YOU WANT a g..«»,l Montana farm. work horses or brood mares write or see! R. E. Je tel resen. Boulder, Mont. FOR SALE—Sewing machine, almost new. Call morninfs. All Colorado. street, Butte. FOR SALE—Complete, practically new. j 50 h. p. horizontal firebox l>oi'.er. Han - ! son Packing Co., Butte. FOR SALE—Ilaywifxl Ä Wakefield baby buggv good condition , cheap. Rear 717 i Maryland Ave. Phone 341S-J. FOR SALE—Good Estey piano for $89 ! Some terms. Phone 245. FOR SALE—Delivery or express car A-1 condition. Call 2768 between S and 6 TEAM FOR SAIaE— 117 E. Second street SALE _ ROOMING HOUSES IS ROOMS at Park and Main Sis.. «u> heat; cheap rent and lease, clearing $200 per month: price $3 250. Steeie & And erson, 111 E Broadway. LOST l/OKT—Lady's agate ring In l'asc. Re ward if returned to 533 S. Idaho St. lA »ST —Stickpin, lion's head, diamond mounted. Phone 4986-W. Reward. SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED ANY SEWING MACHINE repaired by our experts for $1. Sewing machine* rented. Brownfield Canty Carpet Co.. 64 W. Park, Phone 1304. Anaconda Branch, 308 E. Park ave. Phone 148 Red. BRICKWORK CONTRACTORS BRICKWORK, concret, foundations. chimneys. martela. lobbing. John Tar , 1 ^ Phone 2470-J. 302 8 Mali. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of John E. Lloyd. Deceased Notice is hereby given by the under signed. executor of the estate of John E. Lloyd, deceased, to the creditors of and all i>ersons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within 10 month* after the first publication of this notice, to the said executor at the offics of E. B. Howell, No. 202 Levvisohn Block. Butte, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said es tate. in the county of Sliver Bow. state of Montana. JOHN R LLOYD, Executor of the Estate of John E. IJoyd, Deceased. Dated Butte, Mont., this 19th day of April. 1917. NOTICE OF DIVIDEND. The Butte-Bullwhacker Mining com pany has declared a dividend of fifteen thousand dollars or one and a half cents per share payable May 1, 1917, to all stockholders of record at 10:30 o'clock a. in. April X. 1917. JOHN E. CORETTE. Secretary PLUMBING NOTICE—The Independent Plumbing A Hrating Company haa moved to ne» quar ter*. We guarantee our work. Wa only charge $1.00 an hour. Why pay $1.80 7 Florence & Georgia We have en abondance of money lo loan on real estate. In large snd email amounts. Ns delay. Butte Land and Investment Co, 19 West Granite St J MILLIARDS AND BOWLING FOR SALE—Billiard table, new, ^carom and pocket, with complete outfit. $150 second-hand tables at reduced prices 1 howling a..ey supplies, easy payments clanr ..(ore fixtures a »ncclaltv? send lor catalogue. The Brunswick-Balke-Collan - r Co -. Broadway and Arlaona atreet. Butte Mont. PIANO TUNING P* ano tuning, Colorado 4400-j! NOTICE-No A SS0« he District Court of the Serond .Tudl d 1 Itatrfct of the State of Montana end for the County of Sliver Bow.' he Matter of the Application of liutto u p -,i fur Voluntary Dissolution, otlce Is hereby given that the llutte ■ Ing club filed its petition and an atfon for volu I tied co ill, 1917 aid petlti. has bee th it the the 6th day the or the 14th >•> or May, 1917, at JO o'clock a. m . r as soon thereafter as coungel for the • titloner can he heard, at the court '.<-m of Department I in the eourthousé r Silver Bow county, Montana. In witness whereof. I have hereunto ** f mv hailfl n *»d seal of this court tli a th day of April, 1917. (Court Sea!) OTIS LEE. Clerk I Vn-upÎ° , ' I ' EAIT ' Deputv Merk. KLEMER, SANDERS A K RUM UR. Attorneys for Petitioner. FOR >U TIME APPOINTED ROVING WIU ETC. In the District Court Oal District of the in and f«.r the Cou '•f th of the Second .Tudl State of Montana of Silver Bow. estate of W. M. Pursuant to used. an order of said district I the 9th day of April. 1917, v given that Saturday, tho ril. 1917. at 10 o'clock a rn. t the courtroom of said city of Bu Bo aid \V. M I,ar place for p? n app* ing the aid nted ill for hearin gthe application of John H. «'unis for the issuance to him of letters tes tamentar• when and where any person interested «nay appear and contest the OTIS LEF. ClerV. R F J O'CONNOR, Deputy Clerk. Dated April 9. 1917. j ! i ! »TB E INVITING PROPOSALS he filed with th* nble hank, to *d April 19, 1917 NOTICE INVITING PROP* be filed with tin lesday. Ma; 'll chamber. 2. 1917, Wednesday, the city Th* appt e quantities are *.203.9 cubic .sards of embankment; lO.r-M cubic yards of excess excavation; 3.539.7 square yards of sidewalk. 6,665 linear feet com bination curb and gutter. Plans, specifications and form of hid» are now on file in the office of the com missioner of public works. A certified check, pavable to the city of Butte, cer tified to by a responsible bank, for an amount not less than 10 per cent of the aggregate of the proposal or bid, must accompany each proposal nr bid. to be considered as liquidated damages if the requirements In ihe wav of contract and bond are not entered Into within 16 da' » after the award has been made. The city council reserves the right to reject auv and all bids A A l>0«'K STADER. Git • "leik. Date«! April 19. 1917. NOTICE <Jf TIME APPOINTED For proving «Vîi,r.. In th. niülaâ ^o*-t of jKr.Swontl Judl elal District of the State of Montana, in and for the County of Sifver Rr»w In the Matter of the Estate of Wm M. Bowen. Deceased Pursuant to order of the district court of the second judicial district of the stare of Montana, in and f«*r the county of 81 î* ver Bow. made on the 19th day of April. 1917, notice is hereby given that Satur day, the 5th day of May, 1917 at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, at the court room of said court at the city of Butte, In the said county of Silver Bow. state of Montana, has been appointed as the time and place for proving the will of Wirf. M. Bowen, deceased, and for the hearing of the application of Lizzie A. Bowen for the issuance to her of letters testamentary', and wherein and where any person Interested may appear and contest the same. Dated April 19. 1917. tSeal) OTIS LEE. Merk. R F. McGRATH. Deputy Clerk.