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ANACONDA
bureau
°TS
SHEEP CÜLCH WATERS
AGAIN ON A RAMPAGE
Landslide Drops Hundreds of
Tons of Rock and Dirt Into
the Creek Bed.
Anaconda. May 29. Sheep gulch
waters ross again to flood tide this
morning and Mayor Hasley instructed
the street department force to control
the rising flood at all huzard*. Nine
teams and scrapers were ordered to the
front and are working today in an
effort to clear the ditch of the sand
and gravel. All of the workers are
kept busy, as the water brings down
the debris and silt about as fast as
they are able to scrape out the chan
nel.
About a mile up the Sheep gulch
canyon a landslide dropped hundreds
of tons of the mountainside down
Into the creek bed. and from this
comes a constant supply of gravel and
sand, carried In the swift-moving
stream like a sluice box.
ANACONDA BRIEFS.
A letter received by Rod Williams
from E. P. Mathewson tells of his
attending a ball game recently In New
York City, and that Miss Betty Is now
out of quarantine after a siege of
diphtheria. He closed his letter with
the characteristic nom de plume,
"Foxy Grandpa."
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Geach, who have
been visiting relatives In the city, re
turned to their home In Butte yester
day, accompanied by Mrs. Joe Weir,
who will visit there.
John McKenzie, who went down to
Nevada with the Intention of engaging
In business, has returned to Anaconda
and resumed his position with the
Kelly Commercial company.
Mrs. H. H. Clague has gone to DU-j
Ion to attend the graduation exercises ;
of the Normal school, where Miss
Frances Clague Is a member of the
senior class.
Dr. Crafft. osteopath F hone «29 s'k
Trank Skeed ftnd Thomas Walsk,
commonly known as "Gov.", left to- 1
to Join the army. They j
-t to Spokane for duty
,
hildren and
■ gone to
for the J
day for Butt
expect to be
with the hospital corps,
Mrs. Ed Swanson
Mrs. Gust Dahlgren have
Popln. Wis.. to visit relatl
summer.
A marriage license was issued tn
to Otto W. Smith and Miss Mamie
Cro
Yerberckmoes. optometi ist — Adv.
T.on Burnet? has gone to Dillon
»end Memorial day with friends.
ve the j
at s
PROGRAM AT CHURCH.
Anaconda, May 29.—The choir of the
Swedish 1,ut heran church will gl
following program this evening
o'clock at the church:
Pipe organ voluntary. Miss Myftie
Anderson.
Invocation.
Anthem. 'Fear Thou Not," church
chorus.
Vocal solo. "Let Joyous Peace Reign
Everywhere," A. J. Hamilton.
Reading. "The Unknown Speaker,"
Hugo Anderson.
Anthem. Swedish. "The Lord Is My
Shepherd." church chorus.
Pipe organ voluntary, Miss Florence
Carlson.
Vocal solo. Swedish. "Lift Up Your
Heads, O Ye Gates," Hilding Nilsson.
Anthem. "Sweet the Moments,"
church chorus
Vocal solo, "The Hill of Sorrow." 1
Miss Edith Juul.
Remarks and announcements.
Anthem. "Savior, Braathe an Eve- 1
Blessing." church chorus.
How You Can Help Your Country
PRODUCE all you can
WASTE nothing *
LEND all you can
Produce food, stop all waste, lend your surplus
to the government by investing in a Liberty Loan
Bond which will pay 3y 2 per cent and help our
country win the war.
This bank offers you its services free in hand
ling all details of your subscription. You can in
vest as little as $50 and make payments in install
ments extending over three months.
Daly Bank and Trust Company
OF ANACONDA
M. P. MAHONEY
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
113 Main Street, Anaconda.
OFFICE NEVER CLOSED
Bell Phone 39
RECLUSE AND BOOK
LOVER PASSES AWAY
Charles Connors Dies at Local
Hospital at the Age
of 68 Years.
Anaconda, May 29.—Charles Con
nors, an old-timer and pioneer of the
Big Hole country and recently of
| Ralston, u recluse and book-lover
i owning at the time of his death one
J °f Ihc best libraries in the Big Hole
country, passed away today at the age
of years at a local hospital.
Mr. Connors was well known. Ills
remains are at Mahoney's undertak
ing parlors pending instructions from
friends at Ralston. It is not known if
he has any relatives in this section of
the country.
WORLD AT HOME SHOWS
HAVE UNIQUE FEATURES
Anaconda, May 29.—No matter how
hard they are to please, visitors at
the World at Home shows, scheduled
to appear here during the week of
June 4, will surely find something
worthy of patronage. James T. Clyde,
owner of this attraction, Is offering
amusements that are not only inter
esting but also unique, and In doing
so ha» put his enterprise so far In
advance of any carnival company
which ha» preceded it that even
comparisons cannot be drawn.
To begin with, there is the world
famous Kilties band, with 80 musi
cians, singers and dangers, the origi
nal organization which toured the
world. This organization will furnish
the band concerts daily, free of
charge, commencing at 1 and 7 p. m.
Then there Is Venus, the most perfect
woman In the world; and Creation,
hibited at
the original sp
the Panama-Pacific fai
cisco, is one of the headliners. The
Zeppelin airplane show; Reuben
Town minstrel singers, dancers co
medians and musicians; the Million
aire Cowboy and his trained stallions:
the Ice Skating Ballet, fresh from Its
New York success; the Monkey Spced
way and Happyland; Will Hlil's Pony
Hippodrome; the House of n Thou
sand Wonders. Illusions and Myster
les; the Submarine Girls, disporting
under water; the sensation of all
Rations and
Minute/'
sltles ant
on or all sen
titled a "Milo !
ami <i host of living curl
other attractions.
PARENTS ARE SAFE.
MISS HOFFMAN HEARS
Anaconda,
va Hoff ma:
j., ca | schools, live in Ch
and fortunately escaped
The parents of
teacher in f.ie
härtesten. Hi.,
•t. nc
cqrding to a reassuring telegram ro
ceived yesterday by their daughter.
An uncle of the young lady was killed,
however. The buildings ai the fair
grounds at Charleston, a quarter < f >
nillo from the Hoffman nnmo, were
MRS. PERRY FUNERAL.
Anaconda. May 29.—The funeral of
Mrs. Mary A. Perry, wife of George
Perry, was held this morning from
the family home. 704 East Third
street. In compliment to her hus
band. n member of their union, the
bricklayers attended the funeral In a
body. The pallbearers were; B.
~~ " yons,
Morris, E. P. Crlmmons, Dan
11 Schundman, P. McDonald
Colcute.
"
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE POST
i
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B. A. & P. RY.
Time Table
7 CAINS— I * • t
'»ve Anaconda :«• il:M 1:09 6:1»
Arrive Butte ....6:46 12:26 6:06 1:2»
TRAIN*— t • • f
Leave Butte ... 9:26 2:06 6:00 11:20
\T A n»r in'll in *<> s on »-an If *»
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BÜRGURS TURN TO
GROCER) SUPPLIES
Looters Appropriate Edibles,
Including 40 Hams, From
a Smokehouse.
Anaconda. May 39.—Hungry burglars
with an eye to the present day dif
ficulty of obtaining generous prandial
allowances because of the high cost
of living broks Into ths M. Rlberdie
grocery store last evening and appro
priated a healthy supply of groceries,
as well as 16 in cash, for future needs.
Then they or others entered the smoke
house In the rear of the home of
George Puplch at 610 East Third
street and helped themselves to 40
hams which were being smoked. The
officers are searching for the night
prowlers.
Mil GIVE UP PLAN OF
MEMORIAL DAY PARADE
Unfavorable Weather Condi
tions Hinder Work of Dec
orating Committees.
Anaconda. May 29. — Unfavorable
prospects for a fair day tomorrow
gave discouragement to the committees
In charge of the annual Memorial ob
ser va nee. Owing to the rain and snow
they have been unable to secure the
evergreens for the crosses It has been
customary to decorate in the ceme
teries, and work planned In the deco
ration of the graves has been for the
same reasons hindered.
Under these conditions Rome of the
committees favored abandoning the
march to the cemeteries tomorrow
morning, with the idea that it would
be wrong to ask or to expect school
children or adults to expose themselves
to inclement weather such as has pre
vailed for several days. In this event
the parade will be cajled off, nnd the
observance of the day restricted to the
program in the Margaret theater at 2
o'clock In the afternoon, when the ex
ercises as announced yesterday will be
given.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
All neighbors are requested to meet
at Carpenters' hall Wednesday at 8; 30
o clock to participate In the Memorial
day parade.
B. V. HOGAN, Clerk.—Adv.
YOUNG LADIES DANCE
TO HELP RED CROSS
Anaconda, May 29—The sum of
$68.75 was raised at the dance given
by the young lad lès for the purpose
of adding to the working funds of th«'
local Red Cross chapter and the
amount was very thankfully received
bv the officers of the chapter yester
day. Other receipts from member
ships follow:
Contributing—W. W. Jamesson and
T. J. Kelly.
Subscribing- Mrs. C. R. Kuzell and
Mar> C. Mitchell.
Annual— F. H. Blrdsell, Ed Shovlin,
Mrs. L. G. Cad well, Mrs. Beatrice
Hicks, Mrs. N. E. «hawkey, Henry
Carter, Mrs. E. R. Grlgg, Mrs. 1.
Blackbrough and Mrs. H. W. Gilchrist.
Donation—Mrs. E. L. Larlson, $5.
Dance tonight, rain or snow. Dance
and keep warm to music by Ludder's
five-piece orchestra. Cars leave brick
yard at 8:40 p. in.—Adv.
GOODFRIENDS WIN.
Anaconda, May 29.—In a six-inning,
creditably played game on the city
common last evening, the Goodfriends
shut out their opponents, the Pan
amas, by the score of 3 to 0. Despite
the soggy condition of tire grounds
good article of ball was dished up to
a largo sized and enthusiastic crowd
of fans.
NOTICE, ELKS!
You are requested to meet at the
Elks' hall at 9:30 a. m. on Wednes
day to participate in the Memorial
day exercises.
HAROLD N. BLAKE,
F. H. CLINTON, E. R
Secretary. —Adv.
CALL OUT MEMBERS OF
BOILER MAKERS ' UNION
State Officials Meet at Clark
dale in Effort to Settle
the Strike.
Jerome, Arlz., May 29.—Members of
the boilermakers' union were called
out today at Clarkdale in the third
sympathetic strike starting since the
demands of men on strike in 20 mines
Friday morning. Carpenters and elec
tricians previously were called out.
Union officials said all the men
would be out by night. The sympa
thetic strike affects the United Verde
smelter, where strike leaders said all
employes agreed to go out last week
but failed to keep their promise.
Meantime Gov. Thomas Campbell
of Arizona; John McBride, represent
ing the department of labor; Lieut
CoL James J. Hornbrook of the Sev
ententh United States cavalry and
mine owners were meeting at Clark
dale in an attempt to arrange & set
tlement. Increases in wages have
been granted by operators but the
men's demand for recognition of the
union was refused.
PRICE SETBISK
IS SHORTLIVED
Stock Declines Incident to Re
alizing Give Way to
Upturn.
Stocks today reacted sharply from a
setback early in the session, due to real
izing nnd unfavorable Russian news,
and then under the influence of short
covering made substantial gains, clos
ing from 1 to 4 points higher than the
opening. United States Steel sold down
to 13084 from an opening price of
1314 and then on the upturn sold up
to 1334, at which It closed. Junior
Steel Issues participated In like man
ner in the advance. Stop orders were
uncovered In the declines Incident to
early trading nnd later transaction*
showed a big short interest. While the
copper stocks sagged off yesterday on
heavy profit-taking, the copper metal
market held firm. Sales for August de
livery were made at 204c. targe buy
ing orders for foreign delivery in the
third quater at 284c are reported.
Anaconda opened today at 844, was
low at 834 nnd high at the close. 85
Butte and Superior opened at 154, was
high at 40. low nt 434 and closed at
44 4. North Butte was quoted at 23.
East Butte at IS. Davis-Daly at 54 nnd
Tuolumne at 14
The Hutton stock letter received over
wtcßs of the Hetlhronner company
says: "With n holiday tomorrow we
will probably have more or less of a
trading market today. Traders will
want to even up contracts and this
may give us lower prices for active Is
sues such as United States Steel. The
deplorable state of things in Russia, as
depicted in the newspapers, will induce
some selling, hut wc have known all
this before. The allies arc not count
ing on any help from Russia, but mere
hope to keep Germany out of that
ntry. Conditions in Russia are
really no worse. The people want
united action, hut do not know how to
get It. In other respects the outlook is
good, although the rise In stocks has
discounted a great dual At this level
e should see some boek-and-forth
swings of 3 to 4 points before another
upturn of any dimensions. We favor
purchases on the setbacks."
The I.ogan & Bryan stock letter re
ceived over wires of the I.auzfer-Wol
ott company today says: "The Rus
ian news in the papers this morning
looks had, but when you come to rend
it there is no news there at all, only
opinion. This development, however,
taken with the holiday tomorrow may
e some effect on the market today.
It looks to me ns if the reaction would
lie n very small one and that after the
holiday stocks will go soaring upward,
with Steel lending.
Logon & Bryan also sav: "Steel feels
the effect of a tremendous amount of
long stock distributed within the past
few sessions. While we think the gem
eral trend of the list is upward, the
market probably will he more of a tvo
ided affair from now on than re
cntly."
KIFjA! YORK STITCH!!
New York, May 29.—Following arc to
day's closing quotations on the stocjf^
xchange:
American Beet Sugar ...... 984,
American ('an ................... 51%
American Car and Foundry ...... 74%
American Locomotive ........... 734
American Smelting and Refining.. 1044
American Sugar Refining ........115
American Tel. and Tel............1224
American 7.' ne. Lend nnd Silver... 844
Anaconda Copper ................ 85
Atchison ........................102%
Atl. Gulf and W. I. S. S. Lines. ... 1074
Baldwin Locomotive ............. fi.'l
Baltimore and Ohio.............. 724
Butte and Superior Copper....... 444
California Petroleum ............ 21%
Canadian Pacific ................1624
Central Leather ................. 93%
Chesapeake and Ohio ............ 604
Chicago, Mil. and st. Paul ........ 76
Chicago. R L and Puc. Ry. Ctfs.. 42%
Chino Copper ................... 58%
Colorado Fuel nnd Iron .......... 53%
Corn Products .................. 33%
Crucible Steel ................... 804
Cuba Cane Sugar ................ 45%
Erie ............................ 25%
General Electric (bid) ...........162
General Motors ..................109
Great Northern preferred ........107%
Great Northern Ore Certificates.. 34%
Illinois Central .................. 102
Inspiration Copper .............. 63%
Inter. Merc. Mar. preferred........ 83%
Kansas City Southern ............ 22%
Kcnnecott Copper ............... 49
Louisville and Nashville (bid).... 127
Mexican Petroleum .............. 96%
Munni Copper ................... 40%
Missouri Pacific ................. 28
Montana Power.................. 1014
Nevada Copper .................. 25%
New York Central .............. 92%
N. Y., N. If. and Hartford......... 35%
Northern Pacific ................104%
Pacific Mail ..................... 25%
Pennsylvania .................... 53
Ray Consolidated Copper ........ 304
Rending ......................... 94
Republic Iron nnd Steel ......... 91%
Southern Pacific ................95
Southern Railway ............... 27%
Studebaker Company ............ 84%
Texas Company .................222
Union Pacific ....................139
U. S. Industrial Alcohol .........138
United States Steel ..............133%
do preferred ..................119%
Utah Copper ....................114%
Wabash preferred "B"............ 25%
Western Union .................. 93%
Westinghouse Electric ........... 54%
money' market.
New York, May 29.— Mercantile paper, 4% <3/
6 per cent.
Sterling 60-day bills, 4.72 ; commercial 60
day bills on bunks, 4.71%; commercial 60
4*6 tie' 471Vi; demand 475 9 ' 16 - cable*.
Franc* Demand. 5.72%; cables, 6.71%.
Guilder*- Demand. 41% : cables, 41%.
Lire* Demand, 7.02; cables. 7.01.
Rubles Demand, 26.00 ; cables, 27.00.
Bar silver, 74%.
Mexican dollars, 68 %.
Government bonds weak.
Railroad bonds irregular.
Tlm L, 1 ^ n * 80 àmym. 4% @4% per
00 days, 4%<34% per eent; Ax months,
cent; 90 days, 4%4ft4%
<£«4% Mr c.nt
C»ll money steady ; high, 8 per cent: low.
Ï. oer cent- ..,H n g r ,te. S per cent: lut
: do "■ —
2% per cent: rulil
IrfTer'wt'.t'I CTOt: 'J 0 * 1 "* bW - '** Per'centi
ottered at 8 per cent.
THE OPENING.
He will not hustle. No, by Jing!
A shiftless lad is Cole;
He says; "ini find an opening."
That's whv he's in a hole.
THE VALUE
Of Want Ads
THERE IS NO INDUSTRY, NOTHING
THAT PORTRAYS BUSINESS ACTIV
ITY IN SO MANY DIFFERENT LINES
AS THE WANT AD. THE WORLD
HAS DISCOVERED NOTHING SO
EFFECTIVE. THE THOUSANDS OF
PEOPLE WHO ARE REACHED AND
FORCED TO ACTION BY ITS DAILY
BARGAINS MAKE IT THE PREMIER
LEADER in the RESULT-GETTING FIELD
Mr.BUSINESS MAN
DO YOU REALIZE IT? DO YOU TAKE
& & ADVANTAGE OF IT? & &
"Get on the Firing Line"
USE POST WANT. ADS TODAY
el *niîoarn bl/i* t«
*ci noqu ebioeb
' » nrtt gulM> h
I ÎO MOM ... ••■»,<>'> 1
Reports From Groin Districts
Show Better Crop Than
Was Expected.
Chicago. May 28.—Wheat prices devel-»
»ped strength today owing to decided up
urns In the value of coarse grain. At
first, however, the wheat market was In
clined to sag on account of a bearish crop
estimate from Missouri. Trade was only
character. Opening prices,
which ranged from unchanged figures to
24c lower, with July at $2.02% to $2.03.
id September at $1.83. wore followed by
rise ail around to well above yesterday's
finish.
ta tor the market eased ofT a little as a
result of reports that continued cool
showery weather was bringing out the
Kansas crop wonderfully and that yields
were likely to be larger than had been
expected. The close was unsettled 2%
lower to %c above, July at $2.03 and Sep
tember at $1.834.
Corn was %c to 2%c higher. Prices
scored further gains and then underwent
something of a reaction.
When the wants of shorts had been
supplied leading houses became active
sellers and forced a setback In prices.
The close was heavy at % to 2%c net
decline
Oats hardened
scarce.
Provisions like
the lead of corn
for sale when th
with corn. Sellers were
wheat and oats followed
Shorts found but little
The quotations:
Wheat— Open.
High.
July ....
$2.024
$2.06
Sept.....
1.83
Corn—
July ....
»•«H
1.44
.Sept.....
1.29
1.31%
Oats—
July ____
58%
.59%
Sept.....
.52%
.5314
Pork—
duly ____
37.87
Sept.....
87.10
IjRrd—
July ....
21.40
21.87
Sept. ____
21.60
22.02
Elbe—
LOW.
$2.02
J.824
1.39%
1.26
37.10
37.10
Close.
$2.02%
1.83%
.57%
.514
21.40
21.50
21.72
21.85
20.40
20.60
July
Sept. _______
iDfi a9 ïr"ô h J R ' , J No '- 2 and 8 fed. nôin
,n al. No. 2 hard, 12.75: No. 3 hard, »2.65
Corn-No. 2 yellow. 11.671401.5»; No. 3
yel ow. »1.5701.59: No. 4 yellow, nominal.
WhUe '
Rye—Nominal.
Barley— »1.2001.50.
Timothy—»5.75®8.00.
Clover— »12.00 @17.00.
Pork— »37.86.
I.nrd— » 21 . 62021 . 7 ».
Ribs—»[email protected]
MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT.
wssss^j" w« i
Vyh Wheat—No. 1 hard. $2 72 • No 1
northern. »2.6232.67 . No . j norther „', ,,° 4 7Q
Flax. $8.00^8.06.
Barley, 9l.00Ql.46.
IS THAT SO?
,. I „ ca ®' t "*• what you want to ko to
the Soring, for," «aid the Thin Man
Mai C n n t ". r * PUed ,he Kat
THE HEILBRONNER
unth 1o nofloois srit to! .noorTO-roY p
BROKERS, BUTTE, MONT.
Direct Private Wires—Cotton, Stocks snd Gr
CORRESPONDENTS— E. F. HUTTON & CO.. NEW V0KK.
STONE & CO.. NEW YORK AN1) BOSTON
MAIN OFFICE—Northeast Corner Main and G
Streets. Telephones 112-413.
BRANCH OFFICE— (FORMERLY PAINE, WEBBER & CO.l-O
WAY. J. GEOROE DOLAN, MANAGER. TELEPHONES 157 ASI
(Reported by the Hellbronner Company.)
Poston, May 29.—Today's mining shares
on the exchange follow: Bid. Asked.
Adventure............... 2% 24
Ahmeek .................100 101
Algotnah ................ 60 75
Alloue* .................. 654 65%
Arizona Commercial ..... 13% 13%
Pallaklava .............. 70 75
Calumet & Arizona...... 82 83
Calumet & Hecla ....,,...550 558
Centennial .......... .... 19 20
Copper Range ............ 62% .....
Daly West ............... 1% 2
Fast Butte ............... 13% 13%
Franklin ................ 6% 7
Hancock ................ 15% 16
Iledley Gold ............. 16 18
Isle Royale ............... 31 32
Island Creek ............. 71 714
Indiana.................. 24 3
Keweenaw ................ 2% 24
I>ake Copper ............. 14% 14%
Mass Con ................ 13% 134
Michigan................ 3% 3%
Mohawk ................. 904 91
Mason Valley ............ 5% 6%
New Arcadian ........... 84 4
North Butte.............. 22% 22%
Old Colony ............... 2% 3
Old Dominion ............ 62% 63
Osceola ..............*..89 90
OJibway................. 14 2
Pond Creek .............. 24% 25
Quincy .................. 904 914
Shannon................. 84 8%
Snnta Fe ................. 1% 1%
St. Mary's ............... 81 4 824
Superior & Boston ....... 5 5%
Superior Copper ......... 9% 10
South Lake .............. 3% 4
South Utah .............. 18 20
Tuolumne ............... 14 1%
Trinity .................. 44 * 6
Utah Apex ............... 2% 3
Utah Metals ............. 5% 54
Utah Con..............10 10%
Victoria .......... ....... 4% 4%
Wolverine ............... 44 46
Wyandotte .............. 80 91
Winona.................. 3% 4
METAL PRICES.
New York. May 29—The metal exchange
quotes lead strong, «pot 11%.
Spelter, dull; spot. East St. Louis de
livery, 9.16<3>9.60.
Copper, firm; electrolytic, spot and sec
ond quarter, nominal; third quarter and
later deliveries. 28.26®81.00.
Iron, firm; No. 1 northern. 45.00®46.00;
No. 2, 44.60®46.50; No. 1 southern, 48.00®
44.00; No. I. 42.00®43.00.
BLESS HIS HEART I
"To give substantial aid I try,"
Said kind old Bunger;
"Advice will never satisfy
§T(
(Reported by Lauzler-Wola!
(Reported l*y Lauiler-Woiflt
Boston, May 29.—Today'»
on the curb follow:
Bingham ................HI
Bohemia ................. H
Boston Ely ...............51
Butte & Tendon ..........K
Butte-New York ......... H
Barnes-KIng ............ ^
Butte Copper Zinc........ 1Î
Boston & Montana.......*5
Calaveras .............. }1 *
Canada Copper ........... ^
Calumet A- Corbin ....... ^
Calumet & Montana .....9
Con Arizona .............. j
Coppennlnes ............
Cortez ..............jj
Crown Reserve ......... jj
First National ............J'
Goldfield Con ............*
Jerome Verde ............ y
Mexican Metals ..........*'
Baltic ................... J
Ohio Copper .............. J*
Pilot-Butte .............
Ray Hercules ............ .
S. W. Miami .............J
Stewart .............• ^
Success ................ I
Tonopah Belmont ........ ^
do Extension ........ ^
do Mining
United Verde Extension - i
Yukon
Latest Sto ckJjL
Corhln district Is
of Investors, sndtMT ^
body's word (at •*• y roid
themselves. Only
the O. N. Ry: ""T", If -
when they tke*
Mon of how much men«, f
vest to secure a Wo» w
nt lie. Helena
Copper nt *«• T Vj , u
busv and making^^ ^ n
with the stock. *0x^*4
bargains to sell- ■ 40 0
Butte Copper »17«
JV. 6.W0 Moo <
»Ho. 700 North But« p #
mint at 20c,
buy for bl» money |1|t

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