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Succeed ,0 have a big ambition ,d mark a straight course to its attainment. is right, in theory, to "hitch )ur wagon to a star," but ju will be more likely to get imewhere if you link your j. ambition with a savings 'ount at the Yegen Bros., bankers. ( ent Paid on Savings Certificates of Deposits. IEN BROS. BANKERS BUTTE, MONT. Capital $100,000.00 , CLARK 1. ROSS CLARK A.CLARK&BRO. Bankers Put.iïii ' tied 187? Ht J. JOHNSTON........ CmMct K, IIESI.F.T.....Assistant Cashier Transacts n Genera! Banking Business Accounts of Bank* Corporations and Firms will Reoeive Rest term» Consistant With Good Hanking Methods. terest Paid on Time Deposit* tes In Safety Deposit Vault aly Bank and Trust Company -OF BUTTE— (Established 1883) riTAL AM) SURPLUS... »400,000 DIRECTORS) rte» J. Kelly. John D. Ryan. Marcus Daly, C. C. Sw inborn», R. A. Runkel. OFFICERS. ARIES J. KERRY......President UND. RYAN. Vice President C. SWINB0RNE .........Cashier A. lil'NKEI_____Assistant Cashier W. PLACE.....Assistant Cashier erest Paid on Time Deposits ESTABLISHED 1877. irst National Bank of Butte Ciplttl anri Surplus $ 600 , 0 M. UNITED states depository. Federal Reserve Bank. PÇBW J. DAVIS.......President i.DITTOS .... .........Cashier JJEPHKNSON. Asst. Cashier • U. HILL.........Asst. Cashier Travelers' Checks and oreign Exchange Issued Silver Bow ational Bank ESTABLISHED 1890 M«ahtf of P.d.r.l HcMrr. Bank S*'ings Department Under -■ Government Supervision ' P " C "" P *W "" a..in*, and Tim. Deposit*. t deposit boxes rOH BENT ***' Ev,„u t , 7;M to DIRECTORS •ttsa ""'T- ™«. '*1* SüffiP bitte PUBLIC STOCK CHANGE 0 ,n ' 1 8 "'4 •" C...I».. B»«o'«l to Bo, or B.I1 on All Eichaug** U - c - SACHS-Manager Main. I 1171. s and Insurance *' h. McNulty co. Wi Granit. St, Phon# 1344. STOCKS Montana Inv. n , PV *" < Mil •** C„a|„ ltrM 8ÜTTEH Co. ANi) 0lp «r- a.. *»■ - re «*»pts 1 r * a ' mark "binary 1 ' ta *«* included, £ 008 . Hu "«r. lower; »1.0W cue». Brets, 810 R 31033c. FURTHER DEMF OF STOCK PRICES Liquidation and Short Selling Bring New Impairment of Market Values. New Yr>rk. April 24.—TJquldatlon ■pedaltlea and abort selling of utandanl ■tooks caufted additional impairment of quoted values today, extreme recesHlonn ran (finir from 2 to 6 pointa. Hales were estimated at 400,00 shares. Special stocks were the etnmgest features of todays* early dealings, ail vancea rangin« from 1 to 1% for equip ments and munitions to 2% points for Ohio Gas and almost 4 points for Indus trial Alcohol. Coppers also recovered In substantial degree for their heaviness ».1 the previous day with pronounced im provement In motors and shippings United Htates Hteel ros*? a material frac tion and gains of a full point were ao< in associated industrials. American To bacco's advance of 5% pointa marked partial recovery In that stock. Rails we featureless at irregular gains. Shippings and motors were again the objects of attack after the first half hour's rise, some of those issues falling under minimum prices of the previoui day. Alcohol and utilities also forfeited the greater part of their gains. United States Hteel lost all Its advance, but Bethlehem Hteel. new stock, held more stubbornly. Trading broadened and cou dons became more general toward midday when coppers showed further signs of weakening A two point rise In Wisconsin Central and a two point de llne !n "Soo" were the only noteworthy arlations among the rails. Ronds were teady. Heaviness of local tractions relieved the dullness of the intermediate session, Interborough preferred losing 4 points, the common 1. Brooklyn Transit 1%, and Third Avenue 2. Elsewhere price« were little changed front the noon hour. Halls shared In a setback of the last hour, average prices then !>elng the low of the clay. The closing was heavy. LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE TO CLOSE SATURDAYS Loudon, April 24 - Announcement whs made today that the «tuck exchange will closed on Saturdays until further tire to permit members to take up work of national importance. MONEY MARKET. New Vork, April 24. -Mercantile paper. 4% ©4% per cent. Sterling 60-day bills, 472; commercial 60-day bills on banke, 472; oornniercial 60-day bills, 47144; demand, 4764k. cables, 476 7-1«. Franca—Demand. 671. . a nies. 670. Guilders—Demand. 40% . cables. 40 16-16. Urea—Demand. «31»; cables, ««8. Rubles—Demand, 2* 30 cables. 28 40. Har silver. 73%. Mexican dolars, 56%. Government bonds, tseady; railroad bonds, Irregular. Time loans, firm; 60 da vs. $%«îr4, 90 days. 4© 4%; 6 months. 4%<34%. Gall money, strong; high. 3%; low, 2%; ruling rate. 2%; last loan, 3%; closing bid, 3; offered at 3%. LOCAL STOCK MARKET. Quotations or were as follows: Bannack Gold .... Barnes-Klng..... Big Creek ......... Boston Jfc Corbin . Boston A Montana But te-Bullwhacker Butte-Ballakla va . Butte Copper Zinc Butte-Duluth ...... Butte Ely ......... Butte-Great Falls . Butte A London . . Butte Main Hange Butte-New York . . Butte A Superior Caledonia ........ Colusa I^eonard Extension Colorado .............. Davis-Daly ........... East Butte ............. Furnace Creek Oxide . . Hecla ................. Highland Surprise ..... Hull Copper............ Independence l^ead Jerome Verde .......... Marsh ................ Mizpah Extension ...... Nancy Hanks .......... National Life Mont..... North Butte ........... North Butte Extension Original Bannack ...... Rocher de Boule ....... Scratch Gravel Gold ... Slocan Star .......... Snowstorm Mines Con.. Stewart .............. Success ............... Tuolumne ............ the local exchange today Bid. Asked. .......... 1.22% 1.35 ......... 2.00 2.06% . .16 .17 .56 . .65 .66 . .60 .65 . l .oo 1.50 9.00 9.25 .50 . .60 .65 . .40 .41 .25 26 . 65 .75 . 1.60 2.00 .42.25 42 50 . .68 .69 l 85 .38 . T8»* .20 4.87»/t 5.00 .12.50 IS. 00 .08 .09» . 7.50 7.76 .11 .12 .85 . 10 .13 . 2.12% 2.25 .18 . .12 .12» so 36* 7 60 .21.00 21.50 21 V» .22 .30 36» . .53 »-a 56 . ,2HC .21 . .60», .61 . .25 .32 40*4 .42 . 1 37V4 1.45 PORTLAND LIVESTOCK. Portland. Ore . April 24.—Hogs—Stead receipts 570. Bulk of packing grades. $15.55015.60: heavy packing, $15.66015.80; light packing. $15.554115.60; rough heavy, $14.25$ 15.00; pigs and skips, $13.75$ 14 _V stock hoga, $12 25013.50. Cattle—Steady; receipts 9«. Steers, prime light, $10.00© 10.50. print« heavy, $9.56© 10.26; good. $$.75$ 10.00; cows, choice, $8.00$ 8.75; medium to good $7.76 ©8.25; ordinary to fair. $6.75$ 7.50; heif ers. $9.25©$ 00; bulls. $5.500 8 00; calces. $$. 00 © 10 . 00 . Sheep—Steady: receipts none. I«atnha. east of mountains. $13.00© 13.50, lambs, valley. $12.75© 13.25: lambs, shorn. $1100 ©11.50; prime wethers. $11.50© 12.00. choice ewes. $10.00© 10.76, heavy ewes. $$.00© 10.00. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK. Chicago, April 24.— Hogs—Receipts. 14. 000. market strong 5c above yesterday s average. Bulk, f 15.40© 15.85; light. $14 60 ©\0.76; mixed. $15.15©15 90; heavy, $15.15 ©15.90: rough. $11.15015.35; pigs, $9.75© 16.40 Cattle—Receipts. 4.000; market steady. Native beef. $8 90 0 13.40; stockers and feeders. $7.1009.80; cows and heifers. »6 60© 11.00; calves. $8.00© 12 50. Sheep—Receipts. 12,000. wethers, $10.60 ©13.00, lambs. $12.16016.10. OMAHA LIVB8T0CK. Omaha. April 24.—Hogs—Receipts. 10. 600; market higher. Heavy. $15.20© 15.60; light, $14.86016.40: pigs. $13 00014.50. Cattle—Receipts. *.*00; market steady. Native steers, $9.60013.00. cows and heif ers, $8.00011.00; western steers. $9.00© 11.50; stockers and feeders. $6.500 10.25. Sheep—Receipts, 9.800: market higher. Yearlings, $12 50014.00; wethers. $12 00© 13.00; lambs, »15.lO016.15w SUBSCRIBE FOR THE POST JUMPS NINE CENTS I» WHEAT 1PTÉ July Wheat Rises Beyond the $2 Mark—Corn and Oats at Highest Prices. Chicago, April 24.—Valued Uyok a decided upward swing today in the wheat pit. in fluenced largely by unfavorable advices re garding foreign cropn. France, Italy, Spain and the Scandinavian countries in particular complained of advenu» field conditions. There were also reporta that much Illinois wint. wheut wan being plowed up and that the wii ter crop in lowu wan virtually a failur Opening prices which ranged from de cline to a like advance with May at $2.31% t*> $2.32 and July at $1.VH to $1.0B K 4 followed by sharp gain* all around. The close was ntrong. 6c to 8%c net higher, with May at $2.40% to $2 40% and July ■ »2.0« to »2.06V Com flnlnhed up with whuat. Trade wi chiefly local After opening %r off to gain of »4c the market scored a'general ri eaterdny's finish. to well above The •e net. Oüt* reflected the strength CommisBtnn houses busim-.m > standstill. Advances of hogs and cere vision* I to iwli. 'Jbe qi Wheat July Sept. . Corn May July Oats May July . . Pork May July . . * ard ng Ht gaina of 2 7 , ils carried 1 I l«»ng. The re was but little stations : Open. High. Low. $2.31% $2.41 $2.81% . 1.98 2.07% 1.9« . 1.76% 1.82% 1.76% 1.89 1.46 1.89 . 1.86 >4 1.40 1.86% .64 .««»4 .64 • «1% .61% r 4o% 2.06 1 81* 4 .36.60 f 02 July Sept. . . .21.12 21 35 2M2 Rib« — July ----19.82 20.15 l$.«2 ßept ....... 20.17 $0.07 Cash Wheat No« 2 and 3 red and 3 hard, nominal. Corn No. 2 yellow. $1.6201.66 : No 3 yel 20 02 md No 68 » , (fi 70c. $1.40% 1.68%. Oat* No. 8 white. Rye, nominal. Harley. $1.16^(1.68. Timothy, $6.00^.6.00. Pork, nominal. Lard. 321.06(q21.16. Ribs, $19.50© 20.00. MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT. Minneapolis, April 24.—Flour, ft patents, 30c higher, quoted at $i Other Rindes unchanged. Barley- $1.16© 1.45. Max—$3.23© 3.29. Wheat— May, $2 36%; July. $2.24»4. Cash—No. 1 hard. $2.64%© 2.69%. York, April 24.—Tod a; quotations on the exchange follow; Alaska Gold ........................ . 6% American Can ..................... ■ 43% American Car and Foundry ........ . 65 American Locomotive .............. • 66% American Hmelting A Refining..... 97»% American Sugar Refining .......... .110% American Tel. A Tel............v.. 123% America n Zinc, iaeari and Smelting . 29 Anaconda Copper ................ 76 Atehlson .............. 102% Atl. Gulf and W. I 8. 8. Lines ..... 94 Bethlehem Steel (bid) ............ 119% Baldwin Locomotive ...... 22 Baltimore A Ohio .................. 75% Butte A Superior Copper .......... 42% California Petroleum ................ 17% Canadian Pacific ...................159% Central Leather ..................... 82% Chesapeake & Ohio ................. 5$% Chicago. Milwaukee A Ht Paul.....79% Chicago, R. i Ä- Pacflc Ry. ctfs...... 4:,% Chino Copper ....................... 51 »4 Colorado Fuel A Iron ........... »... 47 Corn Products ...................... 23% Crucible Hteel ....................... 59% Cuba Cane Sugar ................... 45% Erie ................................ 26% General Electric .....................1C7% General Motors ......................102 Great Northern preferred (bid) .....109*4 Great Northern Ore ctfs............. 30% Illinois Central ......................103% Inspiration Copper .................. 53% Inter. Merc. Mar. pfd................ 76% Kansas City Southern .............. 22 Kennecott Copper ................... 42 Louisville & Nashville ...............131 Mexican Petroleum ................. 8« Miami Copper ...................... 40% Missouri Pacific .................... 28% New York Central .................. $3% Nevada Copper .................... 22 N. Y., N. H. A Hartford ........... 40 Northern Pacific . 103% Pennsylvania ...................... 52% Ray Consolidated Copper............ 28»* Reading ............................ 93% Republic Iron A Hteel ............... 78% Southern Pacific ..................... $t% Southern Railway .................. 27% Htudsbaker Company............... 84% Shat tuck Arizona ................... 25 Texas Company ....................20$ Union Pacific ......................136 U. 8. Industrial Alcohol ............105% United States Hteel .................111% Utah Copper ....................108% Wabash preferred "H" .............. 24% Western Union .................... 9« Westinghouse Electric .............. 48 Boston. April 24—Today on the exchange follow: Adventure ............. Ahmeek ................ Algomah .............. Alloues ................ Arizona Commercial ... Ballakla va ............. Calumet A Arizona ..... Calumet A Hecla ....... Centennial.............. Copper Range .......... Dai y W est ............. East Butte ............. Hancock ............... J»ake Copper ........... Mass Con ............... Mayflower ............. Michigan .............. Mohawk ................ Masut» Valley ........... New Arcadian ........... North Butte ............. Old Dominion ............ OJibway ................ Pond Creek *............. Quincy ................. Shannon St. Mary s .............. Superior A Boston Superior Copper Tamarack Tuolumne ...........s.. Utah Apex ............. Utah Metals Utah Con Wyandotte ............ 's minir « shares Bid. Asked. 2% 98 100 1% 1C» . 60 60% • U% 12 IV 76 77 .646 646 . 19 20 59% . 2 15 **. 12*, 12Ai 20 . 3S 4 83 **4 8 3*x 4 . 2074 58 59 **4 82 83 »V» »S î»*a Ffi *\ 6 . 11 in» . 69% n* 1*4 2 . <*a 16 l ii» IOBS. -The metal ex New York. Apr change quotes lead firm, 9%. Spelter, nominal. Copper, quiet, nominal: iron unchanged. Tin. strong; spot, 67 26058 50. WANTS ONE CENT A WORD WANTED WANTED—Men, 18 or over. Railway mall clerkH. $75 month. Sample ex amination queHtiona free. Franklin In stitute, Dept. 229-E, Rochester, N. Y. WOULD like to find my father, .lame?» K. Foster, who left his homo ai Milan. Mo., March 23. Address Juraldean Foster, Milan, Mo. ( WANTEEV—Information a« lo th*- address of Mrs. Eleanor E. Sherman Address was Hamilton and Missoula some years ago. Address Edwin W. Spalding, Pacific Building. Washington, I*. O. WANT four $2.500 loans on new houses In smuiiw.pt part of the elf Ample security. Will pay 10 per « ent. Box 61, Post. WANTED—We pay tha highest price for men's discarded c''tl ing. Phons 6763-W and we will call. CURTAINS washed and «tret, h* d Phone 8935-W. HIGHEST PRICE pa 14 for «rrond-hand furniture. 241 B. Park. Phone 6417-J. PEMALE HELP WANTED WANTED—Refined, neat appearln for ushers. Must live at home. 25 years of age, height 5 feet 5 36 Inch bust measure. High school tion and good references. Also colored and Japanese girls for m ladles' rest room Apply at office Theater between 2 and 4:30 j. in. I ••fined lids 1n Rialto BALE8MAN V/ANTED SALESMAN, on commissio resent eastern ribbon Must he ambitious and coi mended. Box 2800. I . to rep i facturer. <•11 recom WANTED TO BUY WANTED—To buy a goo Ford runabout. Bee foren warehouse. FIRE INSURANCE TH1B~ STRONGEST home und foreign companies at lowest rates, tilcmong A Booth. Phone 102. LUMBER LUMBER AND SHINGLES, lath, 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., 866 H. Washington street. Phone 768. MATERNITY HOME BUTTE MATERNITY HOME. Prices moderate. Your own choice of doctors. 903 Nevada a vs. Phone 1530. TIN SHOP _ ______ RHUBERT'S TIN »HOP—Tin and metal] work. Phone 797. 112 W. Broadway. ■—--------- --- -- ------ -i. BRICKWORK CONTRACTORS ESTIMATES for brickwork, eh fireplaces. Jobbing. John Tandy Mercury. Phone 526S-R. PAPER CLEANING CKEGG- »1 ROOM ONI.Y, 1337-W REMODELING BERT - DRISCOLJ^ Cleaning, pressing, dyeing and remodeling o specialty. Room ' 4. First National Rank Blk. Tel. 5939. ' BATH AND MA8SAGE ETHEL CAMPBELL, mns, massage parlor. 123 W. Broadway, room E. Indies, gentlemen. Phone 6179-M. _ bath. ; HEMSTITCHING PICOTING AXU HKMaTlTCHlNU— kl» McMonlgal. 20« GolUh«rg Blk. j HAT CLEANING HATS CLEANED AND BLOCKED— Fuunui » »pe<l»lty. B„t work; guaranteed, chargee reasonable. Weaterm Hat Works. 240 E Park. FARM LANDS FOR HALE—Here is an exceptional «nap for »cm* hustler. A farm that will pay j for itself with first crop. 160 acres, all fenced, tome plowing. Near Grass Range. Montana. Price »14.60 an acre. It will pay you to write or telephone Bresr.ahan, 618 Main street. Anaconda. 160 ACRES, ail fen- ed five-room house. all can be plowed price $6.000. Steele A Anderson. Ill F Broadway. _ CARPENTER WORK ALTERATIONS. REPAIR8, JOBBINQ Lao b. Rosa, general contractor, 11$ & Arizona. Phoraa $34 and R H- _ ELECTRICAL TREATMENT UKUUKEaS and alt Irte IraaUnenta. vapor baths, masaaga. lira Franck. Dr. U. T.. Bllvar Bow Blk. ~--*"* Pbooa UU DANCING SCHOOL POPULAR DANCES taught In 6 lessons Lady and gentleman teachers. Open all day and avenlng I^aaons any ttms. Wnl laca Dancing School. Pallas hall. W. Park ROOFING CONTRACTS a RAVEL ROOFIN' *3» aiao tionaaoo rand Malthold Built-up rood. P. * B. root painta J. C Byera. offlca 17 raara l W. Broadwar. Phon» >71.__ HAT TRIMmHO FRENCH HAT »HOP. H W Parg. room 7, upstair» PattMti kata, alae kata mad* over and tu ui-l«r. Prion naaonabia FOR 8ALR—REAL ESTATE! FINE l.ullflin« »Ile for office», »tore» »nd rooming hou»e, lot «0x115. Prit-« »6.000. All Improvement» pntd. 18-room rorrntlti« house, lot »5x110, income *300 per month. down, balance easy payments at 8 per «•ent. Ten room boarding and rooming house o»i North Main street, price $750. Terms. Five room bungalow, rent $30. Furniture for $350. Terms. We have an abu»idance of money to loan in large and small amounts at 8 per cent and 10 per cent. Harles A Glrrolr, Real Estate and 'hattel Ixoans, Rentals. Bonds. 356-8 Phoenix Blc>ck. CONTRACTORS, ATTENTION! See MacGInniss Heights in southwest part of city if you build h mises suitable for Butte's lust close-in addition. We have a special proposition that min in terest you. 8lemons A Booth, 16 West Granite street. $2h0 HANDLES modern four-room house, Hamilton addn; phone owner, 3471-W. evenings after 8 or between 11 and 12 a. in , or « all at 510 PhosniX Bldg. FIVE-ROOM brick heat; cement in fine condition; prico Steele A Anders ir, «»11 West Park etaining wall: al $4,(mo. on ea*ij on. 111 E. Broad cement w^lks and and Inv. 1 street. •rtrfc lights, Easy ter Co., 1$ W FOR SALE—Two level lets 89x150 «-lose Englewood car line near the lake Own leaving Butte will sell at sacrifice. Rot terms. Box 38, Post. FOR 8 A LIS —Two-room cot tag roof, cement cellar, cement waL Terms. Butte Lamd and Jnvestn FOR PALE— Fo 1 r-room modern bung; on car line in Floral l'urk, two comer lots, nice lawn and trees. Terms. Bole & Drown, 41 W. Park. FIVE ROOMH at 610 Phoenix evenings after 8 • FOR HALE—Four-room modern h and building suitable for store, on corner. Inquire 203 W. Platinum, Butte FOR BAUS —Two-room house, lot and half, facing south, half block to car line. $60 cash, balance $25 per month Bolever A Brown. 41 W. Park. FDR HALE—Four-room modern n< new; 60x100 lot, nice lawn, two large outbuildings, close in on flat Easy terms. $2,160. Bolever A Brown, 41 W. Park FOR RAKE—Seven-room hi lot in 400 bloek east Prie give time on part. Box 14, and FOR SALE by close t«> Lake Iron street. Call 621 Wt MONEY TO LOAN MONEY loaned on Butte reel estât«. Fir« Insurance in a irony est American com A. T. Morgan. Daly Bank Bldg ; IT â v , ' , j MONEY TO LOAN at reasonable rataa. prompt Ncrvice; courteous treatment. K. 8 ehleWa. IM W Broadway. Real Katat«. Loans. Insuranra. Rentala. MONEY TO I/iAN In large or small lots Improved farm lands at a low rate of Interest. See Steele A Anderson, 111 E. Broadway. SARI. ES A GIRROIR. Chattel and Real Estate Loans, Bonds. 35C-8 Phoenix Blk. MONEY TO LOAN on fumltura, tiras checks r -'d other securltiea. Northern Loan A Realty Co., 216 Daly Baqk Bldg ' ' SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED AN^SEwÏng~ MA^jIdNL repa.red by our experte for $1. Hewing machine« ; rented. Brownfield Canty Carpet Co., 64 W. Park. Phone 1304. Anaconda Branch. $08 E Park ave. Phone 14$ Red HAIRDRESSING MRS. A Hll<^ rTuIIT. hair "dressai" manicuring, chiropody. Will send com petent aeslf-lant to your horns. 829 West Copper. Phone 14*7. PERSONAL AN EASTERN LAE'Y' would like a respectable gentleman will habits. Address G-12, care Poet. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDER«. The annual meeting of the stockholders of tha Silversmith Mining company will be held at the office of the company. Park and Main streets, Daly Bar.k A Tru W. PLACE. Secretary Co m pan y, Butte. Montana, at 7 p. m. on Tuesday. May 8, 1917, for the purpose electing a board of directors for the ci suing year and the transaction of suclf. other business as may properly come be fore the meeting The Butte-Bullwhackar Mining com pany has declared a dividend of fifteen thousand dollars or one and a half cents NOTICE OF DIVIDEND. per share pay able May 1, 1917, to ai. stockholder* of racord at 10:30 o'clock a. m. April 2. 191t. JOHN E. CORFTTE. Secretary. State of Montana. County of Stiver Bow C. M. I u»lck and Andra» Lorinc, bain* .wnrn ...n ... * Ä kSK of Forfeiture and Proof of Pubccatton and Notice of Forfeiture, that Paul Goldaworthjr and William Kurminger, their heirs or assigna, have not paid said Cuaick and Andraa Ixminoz the sum Ôf"flft7 doilara" iVio««)* fwännaTTtato for th» y» ar ending D*c. 11. 191«. for th» ssrnent done and performed Ethal lode, described in said notice aforesaid. That aald Notice and Proof of Publi cation heretofore attached are mad* a part hareof. that the said amount dua thereon, or no part thereof, has been paid. C. M. CU8ICK. ANDRA 8 LORINCZ. THE POST FOR THE NEWS FOR SALK FOR BALK—1916 Power plus Indian mo tor cycle and side car. First-class con dition. $22 R Montana, l'hone 4699-W, room 4. F YOU WANT a good Montana farm, Work hors«« or brood mares write or see . E. Jcndresen. Boulder, Mont. FOR BALE—Complete, practically new. 60 h. p. horizontal 1 firebox boiler. Han son Packing Co., Butée. F» *R HALE Hens and pullets, choice lay ers. cockerels, any vnriet>. aim» dressed poultry. Phone 3260-\V. GR SALE-—950 pound li ■Ingle wagon and harm si bakery or laundry. 50 Hllv For RALE—Movat r. Cheap. Phoi FOR RENT BUNT AND HAVE AT RAME TIME— ^Remington Visible. $3.00 for one month. • 60 for 'hre« months. Others at lower rate*. Rental payment applies on pur •v. Remington Typewriter Company, 105 W. Broadway, Butte, Montana. Tsl ephons 1719. oder riünm-' Nlr K NEW furnlthcd rooms, »tram not and cold water !n all rooms. 5 Montana, l-hon« 15115. 1 | I 1 | i ALItUMAltLE HOUSE, 110 W. Orantte, nicely furnished room» bv tho day, week or month 1-hone 6ÎS7-W. P ' or ' RENT-Furnished room imitable for one or two gentlemen. S07 H Wnshlngton. Phone ÏTf.r., Foil KENT Six-room house, garage, looo bloek Utah H5 Glrrolr, 350-35S Phoenix Hldg FOR It KMT- Newly r. ....... bright room:. Heat and light month. 1017 w. Granite For rent two i. ; 3-2V5 N. Main street. For RENT- Four rooms for I Ink well furnished r,Ci> H Me FOR RENT Two furnished n :<y'e 230'j Har for RKNT—'Three fioui Apply 401% N Montan SUITES AND ROOMS at hotel. 16 w. Galena. Entrance pool hull. 36 N. Ft» It RENT—Oarage at 313 8. Dakota SALE-ROOMING HOUSES $300 rash, halan on East 're will pay e of three i furniture I See Terry, 458 Phoenix Building 28 ROOMS, In guod locality, steam heat rent $150, three-year lease, price 12,600 ' FURNITURE FOR SALE FURNITURE of a thrc«-r<jorn cm also cottage for rent. Inquire 37 Mercury street or phone 56&6-.J. *E. FOI'R ROOMS furniture, raix». or «'•a ink tnarhlne, beda. etc., pri ■ Steele & Anderson, 111 E Broudwa. d-ö: THREE ROOM house for rent and furni ture for sale rheap 26 E Woolman. FT)R HALF:—Furniture of i-rwm h> house for rent 321 East Platmur H-RNITTRE FOR HALE bv piece or otherwise 18 N Clark srre«»* FOR SAI^E—Furniture of four r««oms for rent. 418 S Montana FURNITURE FOR SAKE st : d room for rent. 264 Penn. Blk. NOTICE OF TIME APPOINTED Proving will. FOR 1 I In tha District Court of the Second Judi- ' clal District of the State of Montana, j In and for the County of Silver Bow tn the Matter of the Estate of Win Bowen. Deceased Pursuant to order of the district < of the second Judicial district of the i of Montana, in and for the county of Pl?% ver Bow, made on the 19th day of April, 1917, notice is hereby given that fcatur- j day. the 5th day of May. 1917, at JQ ! 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. stare ; . I 1 j 0 f Montana, has been appointed as time and place for proving the will «.f ] Wro. M. Bowen, t'vceaaed. and for the î hearing of the application of Little A Bowen for the issuance to her of letter« 1 testamentary, and wherein and where any ; person interested may appear and contest I 1 • «»ne. ; Dated April 19. 1917. ; 'Seal) OTIS LEE. Clerk. . R. E McGRATH. l>eputy Clark. | -----I SPECIAL AND ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCKHOJaDERS uF ORIGINAL BANNACK MINING COMPANY the ( Original Bannack Mining com pan will . 2t»2 , on at 1 cor of v . , N "" h *™ b> f'*" 1 inr.tlr.* of the »tocxholden. of the Ï 1 J*".« j * I^ewlsohn Building, Butte. Montai Tuesday, the 5th day of June. 1917 . lock In the afternoon of said day The object of raid meeting la to aider and decide upon the queetf 1'^ L? " " id corporation for the purpose of aveur ing loan* made, and to be made, to said corporation on account of present indebt- j ednesa. development work and construe-, tion expense Notice Is also hereby given that the annual meeting of stockholders of said j company wiU be held on the same dav, ( and at the same place, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, for the else lion of directors and the transaction of such othar busines* aa may come before said meeting. EUGENE F MOBLEY. Secretary Original Bannack Mining Co. $100 CASH 2 rooms, good size, good condition, lot 4. r »xl00, fenced, south front, well built shells, one block west of Ore gon avenue car line....... .. $700 Neat, attractive, well built, nice porch, basement, foundation, 4 large rooms and bathroom, water, lights, sink, 2 lots, fenced. No. M2 Locust street; first lots east of city fnnUs; sidewalks t<> corner of lots. Terns, only .........................$2.000 New. modern, colonnade, bookcases, buffet; everything desired; built-in kitchen, closet. 4 large rooms, cellar, foundation, lot 4 r »xl00, fating south, one block to Oregon avenue cur; terms Corner * 2.000 California and lot 18 inches above the street, lawn, trees, fenced, modern, nil city im provements in and paid, S large loom*»: a home; terms.. *1.600 K. S. SHIELDS. 125 West Broadway. Rentals—Loans—I nan ranee. "Watch the Bed and Black Sign." Save Your Rent Five rooms of good furniture, well located East f'ai k rent of two rooms Days your rent and leaves you the use of three rooms free of cost. Price of furniture $450; pay only $.500 cash, balance $25 month. See Terry, 458 Phoenix Building For Sale—West Park Business Location St. id fixt-, •'S of thl rooms on West Park *r sal«*. Large room. idowN, elegant store at i the lease and the fixtu you untleJpHte makln will be worth your w up Address P <j. 264. Butt«. PLUMBING Florence & Georgia e have an sbondane« of money to loan on real estate, In large • nd small amounts. N# delay. Butte Land and Investment Co, 19 Weft Granite St. MILLIARDS AND BOWLING I KÜK SAKE— Billiard u. 1.,«"^»^ Tîrûm • nd pocket, with comipiete outfit, $i*o, aacond-hand tables at reduced price«; bowling alley supplies; easy payments; cigtr «lore fixtures a Specialty; se .d for catalogue. The Brunswick-Baike-Collan der Co.. Broadway and Arizona atr««t. Butt, Mont. -----— PIANO TUNEE • - - ~ Guyton, piano tuning. 322 Colorado 4405-J. 0 NOTICE—No. AèhOt In the District Court of the Second Judi cial district of the Stats of Montana, In the Hatter of t:.e Af,|,llr«tlon of Butta Dlivlnff ■ ■> lot \'oluntary Dissolution. Nolle« I, hereby *U«n that the Butte Dr.-. -,g club filed lie patli!-,n and ap pl. atlon for voluntary dissolution n the above entitled court on the €th day *>f April, 1917, and that the hearing on paid petition ha« been set for the 14th day of May. 1917, at 10 o'clock a m . or at aoon thereafter counsel for »he petitioner can be heard, al the court room of Department I In the courthous# of Sliver Bow county. Montana In witness whereof, I ha\e hereunto set my hand and seal of this court this 6th day of April, 1917. f Court Keuli UTIS I.EE, Cl»rk. E. A. ROULEAU, Deputy Clerk. K REV EH. SANDERS A KREM ER, Attorney« for I'etitloner. SUMMONS BY PUBUCATION. • r «•:»il District of ti.e State of Montana, In and for the County of Stlvsr Bow. John E Hansen plaintiff, vs Anns intlff I H * *] t< J attorney within twenty da • after to appear or 'answer Judgme taken against you by default fo def demandad it. it# omplsint Said action Is brought to obti cree of divorce frr*:n Anna Ha*.sen. e fer.darit herein, am! the complaint alleges. i *r».w» », ia|ntiff has beer, a bo;.a f.dg lion ta i^i for rr.<e-e the complaint In filed in the offlc court, a copy of w upon you. and t ser*. • a copy the attorney within of this su de th«jf«**<iAn 1 That pla » «aident of the i tha:. one : tar 1m edla'el; preyed, * ommencerr.t: f thia a tior April 7. 1917 2 That plaintiff ar.d defendant marrie d at Butte Sil>« Montana .on ehe 30th day and n*-w are husband an 3. That on or about the 16th day of July. 1916. more than one >«ar bef«-rt »he commencement of this actt<»n to-wit, Apr . 7. 1917. the said defer dart. di*re gardir.g t» c so.emnitjr of har marriage llfully. voluntarily and witliout -■aeiteo and sbandoaad the *a>d pta ntiff. and ever since has and still continuas to. so w::!f illy and volnutarlly and without cauae deaert ard alAandon »aid plaintiff and tc voluntarily live ep arate and ai>art frotn him, without any •uffuent cauae or any rwaaon. ar.d against his will, and without hla <oc.aent. with Intent of said defendant to d*a*rt "ÂJÏÎÎ. ntl,f Wherofere. pda 1 ntiff prey» Judgment: That the man age between the aald plaintiff. John E Hansen, and rh* eald defendant. Anna H. nsen. be dissolved, and that ihe saùd plaintiff be divorced and fre*d frort, the U nd« of matrimony, and all the obligation* thereof, (SEAL) Witness my hand and »ha seal of said court this ITth day of Aprl, 1917. OT1F IJEE. Clark By ROBERT DOWNING. Deputy Clark. Ed Fitzpatrick, attorney for plaintiff, Silver Bow Block, Butts, Montana.