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OB THE SUIHS Continue to Climb After st Week's Heavy Setback. j 4.—Wheat price« today ' tendency to make flighty but . ed upturns. Tradln* was too to alio"' much significance bo to the advances which were large] v to the absence yet oi derable amount of hedging Bales .. cron. Opening prices, which 5rn i to 2 higher, with July at »2 OA, and September at $1.92, [ppd by relative weakness in the * option, but then by sharp ■round and later a material sag. »worin were generally favorable ,• receive much uttentlon. A of the United States visible ,1 «as also Ignored. The cloae to 9c net higher with July at September at $1.95. . weather had a bearish effect Speculative selling wa. After obtaining 1 1-3 off to the market rallied a little and p r# .d n decided general fall v«r, was later virtually over indicating unusunl lightness of -,r\. stocks counted later as a ,.r, and so, too, did evening up nw's holiday. The close, how jnsettled. ranging from de like advance, compared with I finish. lined chiefly as a result of good elpts of hogs than usual af provlslon market. Moi ranees were bearish. latlons: (.pen. High Ix>w. C TO? 12.16 $2.07 $ 192 1.98 1*8 2o or. >20.90 /hen'. No. 2 hard, $2.75; No . 2 veliow. $1.82^1.65^4; No. i 1(^1 *'•" No. 4 yellow, nominal vhite, HSVk'Uf^^c; stand 1 20'& 1.60. $6.f.01| v.60 2.00&17.00. EAPOLIS WHEAT. s, June «.—Wheat—July, Tiber. $1.88. 1 hard, $2 94; No. 1 northern, No. 2 northern* $2.74^2.79. 663.82. 611.40. TAL PRICES. Jupe i .—The metal exchang« firm, WtffffV f spot, East St. Ixmis de )9V4. electrolytic, spot an« 006 H- 99 third quarter and ies. Vi*. 0Û6 32.00. No 1 northern. 46.006*7 00 Î 40.50; No. 1 southern, 44.006 43.00644.00. u ttled, spot. 60.506-81.B0. ONEY MARKET. June 4.—Mercantile paper . nt. i-day hills, 472fc. comroercia on hanks, 471 conimer iBl 471 *4: demand, 475*fc; cable.«. emand, 672'*; cables. 571M ■ 1 *emand. 41 3-16. cables, i : iand. 705; cables, 704. and, 26*4; vailles, 26^*. 60 days, 90 daj TICK NIKI LAND LIVESTOCK. Mre . June 4.—Hogs—Steady Hi - Trime heavy, prime light, $15 50615 60; ftrktng grades, $15.25615 50: $14.90616.25; pig* and skips. Htoek hogs. $12.006 13.00. •'tiger receipts 718. Steers, t $9 75610.25; prime heavy, good, $9 0069-25; cows, choice medium to good. $7.50$8.00; fair. $7.0067 50: heifers. $5.00 $5.0067.50; calves, $7.006 i; receipts. 228. Spring > choice. $13.50ft 13.75; spring to good, $123.00613.50; spring $11.00612 00. shorn lambs, e. $11.006 12.00; shorn weth choice, $10.50611.00; shorn to good. $10 00610 50; shorn o choice. $9 5069.76; shorn R**od. $9.0069.25; yearlings. $13.50614.00: yearlings, shorn 0_4i 13.00: \ railings, prime shorn. HA UVE8T0CK. June 4 Hogs—Receipts. 7,000; ■ dy, 5 to 10c lower. Heavy, mixed. $16.35615.45. light. Pigs, S17.50613 M>; bulk of 15.96. ' elpta. 5.000; market steady I Native steers. $10.00615 86: heifers. $8.50611.50; western *' «12.00. Texas steers. $9.006 and heifers. $8.25610.25; can • 80 stockera and feeders, calves. $10 00©14.00; bulls, $8.00610.59. *eeelpta. 5.000 market steady. $13.00614.50. wethers. $12.006 $11.00613.00, lambs. $17.006 CAGO LIVESTOCK. ' ■' un * 4 —Hog*—Receipts, 41. weak ai Saturday'* average Balk. »I5.60615.S5; light, mixed, Jir.,J0ei5.»5; heavy, rongh, *15.25© 15.40; pigs, elpta, 20,1.0«; market weak I call*. *s.i5 0I3 . w . atockars ■' *'.15® 10.10; co w . Md hellen ealv^B, SÛ T, 0(, 14.00. -tiP';' 1, 000: market weak. * io«n 25 ''"''k"- » , 0.'5#14.»0; f , WANTS ONE CENT A WORD WANTED YOU SHOULD be earning more money. 7-^f us help you. Be successful. Teleg raphers receive $100-$250 monthly. Posi tions guaranteed. Qualify four months Largest school If you think you're am bitious Investigation will prove It. Butte Telegraphy, Lewlsuhn blk. Phone *80-J. WANTED—We pay Iha hlcheat price for men's discarded clothing. Phone 6753-W ■nd we will call. WANTED—A four or five room house. Must be reasonable. Not particular as to location. State price and location. Ad dress House, care Post. WE STORK, pack and ship furniture; long distance hauling. Montana Trans Co. Inc., 602 Utah. Phone 644. VN ANTED—Young man to room and board with roommate In private family. No miners. Phone 4614-W. GENTLEMAN with rheumatism wants room and board In private family. Box E. H. CURTAINS washed and stretched. Phone 3986-VV. WANTED—Woman for housework. 51»* \v. Silver street. Call after 6 o'clock. WANTElx-Thoroughly competent cook for small family. Telephone 1M4. WANTED—MALE HELP GOVERNMENT WAR positions open. $103 month. List free. FYankltn Institute, Dept. 229-F, Rochester, N. Y. WANTED—Young man for men's furnlHli • ngs. Moyle's Men's »Store, 207 E. Park street. TODAY'S TRADING Impending Holiday and Re newed Liquidation Cause Uneasiness. New York. June 4.—The Impending holiday and further liquidation of stand ard stocks were primarily responsible for today's uncertain price movements. Rails, shippings, metals and oIIh wer« most ad versely affected. Hales approximated 650, 000 shares Liquidation of rails was resumed during today's early trading, leading issues of that group losing 1 to almost 3 points. Bressure against St. Faul and Delaware and Hudson was again most pronounced. Weakness of those stocks provoked gen eral irregularity elsewhere, United States Steel losing a point with other metals. Central leather also lost ground, with shipping, sugars and other classified stocks. Industrial Alcohol was heaviest of the high priced specialties, losing 2Vfc points. There were Irregular rallies In steels and gome of the minor issues be fore" the ruff dT the fittrt "half hour. Graduel recoveries were made In almost nil parts of the list during the dull morn ing session United States Steel rallied to last week s final quotation and Bethle hem Steel rebounded three points. Motors and accessories also responded to a better inquiry at actual gains of 1 to 1 >4 points, losses, but dealings In that division were relatively trivial. I*ack of Initiative In the market was attributed to the absence of many professional operators. The money and exchange markets were watched with keen interest for any un usual developments. Russian exchange continued weak. Bonds were steady. Publication of the mercantile martne annual report, including its British taxa tion features, unsettled the shipping list in the afternoon. Marine preferred losing 3 points and other leaders, Including Steel, 1 to 2 points. Rethlebm Hteel new stock and Baldwin lx>comotlve. at gross gains of 4 and 2®**. respectively, were the chief features of the more active Anal hour. The closing was irregular. LOCAL STOCK MARKET. Quotations on the local exchange today were ns follows: Bannack Gold ..... Burnes-King ...... Flig Creek ......... Boston A Corbin .. Boston A Montana Butte-Bullwhacker Rutte-Rallnklava .. Butte Copper Zinc Butte Copper Caar Butte-Duluth ..... Butte Ely ....... Butte-Great Falls Butte A Igondon . Butte Main Range Butte-New York . . Butte Pacific ...... Butte & Superior . Caledonia ........ Cable Consolidated Colusa lAOnard Extension (Tolorado .............. Davis-Daly ........... East Butte ............ Furnace Creek Oxide Granite Bi-Metallic .... Great Butte Copper ... Ilecla ...... ......... Hull Copper ........... Independence I^ead . f Jerome Verde ........ , Nancy Hanks ........ National Life Mont.... North Butte .......... original Bannack ..... Ray Hercule» ......... Revenue ............. Reynolds & Hypher Un Rocher de Boule ...... Scratch Gravel Gold . Slocan Star ........... Snowstorm Mines Con. Stewart .............. Su cc ess............... Tuolumne............ BUTTER AND EGGS. Chicago, June 4.—Butter, unsettled; creamery. 36640c Eggs, lower; receipts. 46.596 cases. Firsts, 33tl 34V»«' ■ ordinary firsts. 31^46 32*4c; at mark, cases Included, 32634c. TWINS PUZZLE TEACHERS. Omaha, Neb.—Whether Jimmy is Jimmy or his brother Johnny, and Johnny really Johnny or Just Jimmy, is the question that constantly con fronts teachers at the Webster school Eight pairs of twins In the school are the cause of the complexity of the situation. Three pairs are boys, three girls and two "fifty-fifty." In Miss Erline Jesfcallek's Third Bid. Asked. .98 1.00 1.90 1.95 .14 .15 .40 43 66 .67 43 46 .70 75 13 75 14.00 .23V4 .25 .20 .50 .73 .78 14'* 15'4 .21 .24 50 65 1.37>* 1.75 .10 43.50 4 4.00 .53 .55 06 33 38 .18 18'4 5.50 6 00 13.25 13.50 .07 .67»* .60 .66 68 8.20 S.60 .30 35 14>s 171* 1.75 1.81% .25 .35 7 50 * 00 22.69 22.75 .11 • 12*» ».8754 4.00 45 22.50 20 .26 43 44 17'4 .18 .55 .67 23 .30 W 40 1.88 LJ7* grade class are three pairs, Newell and FOR 8ALE—REAL ESTATE FOR 8 AUS— We hav manufacturing business In Butte which should appeal to party desiring a profit able business. No local competition, and a wide Meld for expansion. Amount re quired approximately $16,000. Net earn ings estimated upwards of $10,000 an nually. Smith Realty Co., 49 East Broad way. well established WE HAVE two splendid lots on West Broadway, near Excelsior, which are very desirable for an apartment house. The excavating is already done. As you know, lots on West Broadway now, on account of the paving, parking, trees and street lamps, are worth a great deal more than they formerly were. We can. how ever, sell you those two lots for $1,700. Reynolds & McDowell Co., 46 E Broad way. FOR HADE—Beautiful, modern, 4-room bungalow, hardwood floors, builtin features. Splendidly located. Two lots. 82,300. On your own terms. Co-Opera tive Realty Co., 63 B. Broadway. Tel. 1052. FOR HARK—The nicest 4-room bungalow In Butte just completed. $300 cash and the balance monthly, lauge lot, and near school and car line. Smith Realty Co., 49 East Broadway. FOUR-ROOM NEW features, walla tint« first-class condition. Butte l^nnd and Inves Oranite street. cottage, builtin , everything in Terms. $1,460. lent Co.. 19 West FOR HARE—Ix>ts In the Bluebell a* Fine level lots only $100 each wi water. Convenient to school and a l»t* $100 down and $5 per month, bunch and prepare to build a home. Investment Co., 49 East Broadwa r line Oet a Smith IDLE ACRES—W'e have Home very slrable acre tracts that are not work which we would be glad to furnish y $10 down and $5 a month. Butte \* and Investment Co., 19 West Granite street. FOUR 4-room brick flat, West Mercury, In good condition; income $125 month $8,600. Will make » aay terms to rlgli party. Tel. 2171-J. FOR HALE—One corner residence lot at Three Forks. Inquire of owner, J. Beauregard, Spencer, Idaho. 8ALE8MAN WANTED SALESMEN—Vacancy June 15 with old house. Permanent position. Cover Mon tana. Staple line, sold on exceptional terms. High commission. $25 weekly ad vance. Sales Manager, Suite 45, Woodward, Detroit. REDUCING TREATMENTS THE WONDERFUL GARDNER reducing machine Installed In connection with our first-class bath and massage parlors. Mr. and Mrs. A. Johnson, Napton block. Phone 2486-W. HAT TRIMMING 1 FRENCH HAT SHOP. 61 W. Park, room t. upstair*. Ready to wear hat*. Also hats made to Special sale on PAPER CLEANING NATIONAL PAPER CLEANERS; rooms cleaned, $1 and up. Phone 2969-J. IND. PAPER CT \NRRS. Phone 8927-W. LUMBER LUMBER AND 8H1NGLB8. lath, win dow», doors, moulding» and building material of all kinds. Fir finish and floor ings. New stock, good material; reason able prices. D. W. Hughes Lumber Co., 856 8 Washington street. Phone 768. MATERNITY HOME BUTTE MATERNITY HOME. Prices moderate. Your own choice of doctor». 903 Nevada ave. Phone 1630. ROOFING CONTRACTS GRAVEL ROOFING, also Genesco and Malthold Built-up roof», P. tk B. roof paint* J. C Byers. office 17 year» 1 W. Broadway. Phone 970. BRICKWORK CONTRACTORS ESTIMATES for brickwork, chimneys, fireplaces, jobbing. John Tandy, 817 E. Mercury. Phone 6268 -R BATH AND MA8SA0N ETHEL "CAMPeTeLlT masseuse, "bath! massage parlor. 123 W. Broadway! room E. Ladles, gentlemen. Phone 6035. LOST I/>ST—Three dollar gold piece, watch charm. Return to 319 N. Main street Liberal reward. TIN SHOP SEUBERT'S TIN SHOP—Tin and metal work. Phone 797. Ill W. Broadway. NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL. In the District Court of the Second Judi cial District of the State of Montana in and for the County of Sliver Bow. In the matter of the estate of George Edward Clark, deceased Notice is hereby given that Saturday, the 16th day of June. 1917. at lg o'clock a. m. of said day. and the court room of department 8 of said court, at the court house In Butte, Stiver Bow county, Mon tana. have been appointed as the time and place for proving the will of said George Edward Clark, deceased, and for hearing the application of Margaret S. Clark for the issuance to her of letters testamen tary thereon. (SEAL) Witness my hand the seal oi said court this 2nd duv of June, 1917. OT18 LEE. Clerk. B> H A MclNTYRK. Deputy Clerk. Donald Da\1s, Luclle and Lillian Poi son and Walter and Wade White. In each case the twins are as much alike as peas in a pod. In confidence it is whispered that the twins have changed seats In their class rooms without anyone being a bit the wiser excepting thcmaelves. The seating arrangement. Miss Jes kallck admits. Is the only means by which she can tel] one of a pair from 1 the other. FOB RENT HKNT AND 8AVB AT 8AM B TIME— Remington Visible, «».«0 for one month; $7.60 for three month«. Others et lower rates. Rental payment applies on pur chase. Remington Typewriter Company. 305 W. Broadway. Butte, Montana. Tel. •Phone 1719. FOR RENT—Four-room modern flat. All builtin features, hardwood floors throughout. Apply 1187 W. Woolman. FOR RENT—Six-room, modern. and garage, south. Salies A Glrroir, 356 Phoenix Blk. For RENT—Two furnished housekeeping rooms strictly modern; no children, ^tenm heat, bath and telephone $30. 730 Nevada ave. FOR RENT—Four rooms and den, modern bungalow, shades, rods, linoleum, $38. 2122 Oregon ave. Phone 4434- M. FOR RENT—Two modern housekeeping rooms with front entrance; with lawn and trees. 903 Nevada ave. FOR RENT at Columbia Gardens a very attractive furnished three-room cottage with all modern Improvements and large sleeping porch. Call 5104-J. ALBEMARBLB HOUSE. 110 W. Granite. Nicely furnished rooms by the day, week or month. Phone 6237-W. NICE NEW furnished rooms, steam heat. hot and cold water In all rooms. 736 8. Montana. Phone 1695. FOR RENT—Two unfurnished or partly furnished housekeeping rooms. Inquire 803 East Galena. Telephone 6148-W. FOR RENT—Very pleasant four-room modem flat, furnished, reasonable rent. Inquire at 803 South Main. FoR RENT—Three-room unfurnished house, water and lights, south side. $18.50. Reynolds Sc Sypher, Owsley Blk. FOR RENT—Furnished room, private family; gentleman preferred 315 North Jackson. FOR RENT at Columbia Gardens a two room unfurnished cottage with sleeping porch. Cal 5104-J. FOR RENT—Two rooms. Excellent loca tion for shoe repair or barber shop. Inquire 803 East Galena. Tel. 6148-W. FOR RENT—Five-room brick flat near postofflce. E. D. Elderkin, I'enn block. FOR RENT-Two furnished housekeep ing rooms partly modern. 934 ('ali'ornlâ ave., $18 per month. FOR RENT—Front room suitable for one or two gentlemen. Phone 2765. 307 »S. Washington. FOR RENT-Three nice rooms. 67 West iron street. Toilet, no bath. FOR RENT — Furnished housekeeping rooms $10; sleeping eight. 633 Utah. APARTMENT FOR RENT—14 VV. Gran ite. Phone 1900. BUITB8 AND ROOMS at the new Kayo hotel. 1« W. Galena rox SALS ANNUAL CLEARING RALE—Second hand and shop-worn pianos, Estey, $75; Chlckering, $100; Davis A Sons, $175; Whitney, $165; Kahler, $225; Henry H Miller, $196, and others: easy terms. C Winfield Harris Co., 630 South Main st Phone 246, Butte. FOR SALE—Store building, close In. on Harrison ave., two rooms. Fine location Terms. Co-Operative Realty Co., 53 E. Broadway Tel. 1062. IF YOU WANT a good Montana farm. work horses or brood mares write or see R. E. Jendrcsen, Boulder, Mont. FOR BALE—Driving horse, buggy and harness complete. Purchasing Dept. Black Rock mine. Phone 1428. FOR SALE—22 feet of nice lattice work fence 6 feet high. 1811 Lowell avenue. Phone 3117-J. P II. Sherrard. FOR SALE—Team of horses, wagon and harness cheap. 266 E. Park. FOR SAlsE—Place of business. Call 214 W. Park FURNITURE FOR SALE FURNITURE FOR SALE cheap, also a two-room house for rent at 703 West Ind. ave. FOR SALE—Six rooms of oak furniture. Flat for rent. Two rooms can be rented out. «19 VV. Park. FOR SALE]—Four rooms of furniture In cluding a piano. 5 E. Woolman street. PRIVATE SALE of household furniture at a bargain. 660 Phoenix Block. SALE—ROOMING HOUSES FOR SALE—Ten-room rooming house. 400 block South Main, first-class condition, clearing $100 month; rent $60, good lease. Price 81,900. Tel. 3171-J. MONET TO LOAN MONEY loaned on Butte real estate. Fire Insurance in Mrcmgeat American com panies. A. T. Morgan. Daly Bank Bldg. WE HAVE en abundance of money to loan on real estate, in large ard smell amounts. No delay. Butte I .end and In vestment Co., 19 West Granite St. REAL ESTATE LOANS, reasonable rates. Prompt, courteous treatment. R 8. Shields, 125 W. Broadway. Real estate. Insurance, rentals. MONEY TO LOAN on furniture, time checks and other securities. Northern Loan & Realty Co.. 21« Daly Bank Bldg. REAL ESTATE, money to loan, rents lAwlor & Rowe, 120 W. Granite. REAL BBT ATE LOANS; km interest rates. Wilson St Smith Co.. Owsley Blk. MONET IJ)ASED on real estate security* N. L. Leonard. 605 Daly Bank Bldg. DANCING SCHOOL POPULAR DANCES taught in 6 lessons Lady and gentlemen teachers. Open aU day and evening. Lessons any time. Wal lace Dancing School. Palla* hall. W. Park. FIRE INSURANCE 1UK atTKGNGBtfT hume and luteis* companies at lowest rates. Sie mon* w Foruh. Phone 10*. PIANO TUNtR Guy ou, piano luuing, 322 Colorado, 4405-J. AUTOMOBILES Automobile Clearing House Front and Montana Streets A »nod many of these earn are electricsiiy equipped with self starter, electri«- lights, etc., and «re ln A-l mechanical condition. The used car buyer cannot find a better selection of used car henrains in the State of Montana or anywhere else than can be found here in the Automobile Cleurin» House. We carry a large stock of earn nnd tracks not listed heiein. Come In and look over our enormous stock of used car bargains. Today's Specials Are: Winton Six ......................... I694.90 Saxon Roadster Studebaker # 26" .....................$300.90 Cadillac .....•.......................$675.00 Loxler ..............................$550.00 Marion Taxicab ......................$550.00 Abbott-Detroit, 6 pasaengeT, new.... f! .200.00 Stevens-Duryea ......................$900.00 Chalmers .......................... $550.00 Oakland ................... Cole ''8" Coupe, almos' 1919 Chandler ''6".... Willya-Knight, almost Regal Underslung .. . 1916 Ford Roadster . . Little **6" ........... Overland Roadster . . . 1916 Overland, like ne< Ford Delivery Truck. . . $600.00 fl.350.00 $900.00 .81.100.00 $250.00 .. 8275.00 • 475.00 . . .$225.00 . . .$«00.90 rd T< ..........$225.00 Twfc ...................... *55».«« Kvery Kvrnin» Eio.pl WtrinnidaT. Until 9:00 ,'CUok. to.h he», ( alumna for Daily _ ('Hannon. In HAT CLEANING HATH CLEANED AND HlA Wnm l Panama» »aperlnlly. Beat work; (ruar aot.eil; chargea reasonable. VV eaten, Hat Works. 240 E. Park FURNITURE BOUGHT HIGHICKT PRICE pal* for aerond-hana fumlutre. 241 B. Park. Phono 6417-J. ELECTRICAL TREATMENT DRUOI.ESH and electric treatment». tapor hatha, masaage. Mre. French. Dr. M. r . Hllv.r Bow Blit. Phone 2593. HEMSTITCHING PICOTINO AND HEMSTITCH I NO—Mia» McMontjcaJ. 204 Ooldberg Blk. CARPENTER WORK ALTERATIONS, K E P AIH s' jO BUI N t; Lc° S. Ross, general contractor, 112 S Altoona, _Phones 834 and 2408. NOTICE OF RALE OF PROPERTY. In the District Court of th» Second Judi cial District of the State of Montana in and for th« County of Silver Bow. In the matter of the estate of Mattie Robinson, deceased. Notice is hereby given that pursuant to an order of the above entitled court made and entered on the 25th day of May. 1917, In the above entitled proceed ing. the undersigned, T J. Harrington, administrator of said estate, being ap pointed as such adm.nistrator In the city of Butt«» county of Silver Bow, state of Montana, and of the estate of the «aid Mattie Robinson, deceased, will sell at public auction. In Silver Bow county, city of Butte, state of Montana, to the highest bidder for cash on Monday, the 4th day of June. 1917, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m. of that day. at 257 East Park street, and being the former resi dence of said deceased, the following de scribed property, personal, to-wit; Thai certain personal property known as the Golden Gate Rooming House, consisting of the furniture and lease and good will, heretofore owned by said deceased by now by her estate, constating of twenty three rooms, and the fumiutre therein situated, together with ail and singular the covenants running with the said lea»4 on said premises and now owned by said estate, all of which Is in Silver Bow coun ty, Montana. Said sale la subject to confirmation by the above entitled court. T. J. HARRÏNOTON. Administrator of the estate of Mattl« Robinson, deceased. Dated this the 25th day of May, 1917. NOTICE OF MEETING OP STOCK HOLDERS OP BUTTE COPPER CZAR MINING COMPANY. Notice Is hereby given that pursuant to resolution of the board of directors, a special meeting of the stockholders et Butte Copper Cxar Mining company will be held In room 204 O Kourke Estate Building corner Granite and Main streets. Butte, Montana, at 2 o'clock p. m.. on the 21st day of June. 1917, to consider the proposition of leasing the Copper Cxar quart* lode mining claim, above the three hundred t300) foot level thereof, for the period of one (1> year from the date hereinafter set forth. If the same Is authorized by the stockholders of said company; lessee or lessees to be given the right to mine and sell all ores en countered in, upon and above said level, tn consideration that said lessee or lessees sink a vertical shaft to the depth of three hundred (300) feet, upon said claim; the said lessee or lessees to accept for said labor and material furnished pay ment. partly in capital stock cf aai.l com pany. and partly in cash, said company to furnish machinery for said sinking; said lease in. upon and above said three hundred foot level to commence when said lessee or lessees cut the vein upon said level; and said lessee or lessees to wrork not le«m than one (1) shift at least twenty-six <26> days of each month, dur ing the term of the proposed ieese. Said leaae to be subject to the right reserved by the company to Sell said claim at any time: and for the further purpose of transacting such other business as may properly risme before said meeting. By order of the Board of Directors. C. F. MURPHY, President. IN THE DISTRICT COURT Or THE SECOND JUDICIAL, DISTRICT Of THE STATE OF MONTANA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF Bll.VER BOW. Olli« Adam», plaintiff. vn. Georg« Adams, defendant. The Hfato of Montana sends greeting to the above named defendant : You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint In this action which Is filed In the office of the clerk of this court, s copy of which la herewith served upon! you, and to file your answer and serve a j copy thereof upon the plaintiff's attorney! within twenty days after the service of | this summons, exclusive of the day «»f i service; and in case of your failure to ap- | pear or answer. Judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief de- j mended In the complaint. Plaintiff further complains of the de fendant and for cause of action alleges: I 1. That the plalntlfT nnd defendant In termarried In the city of Perry, state of j Oklahoma, on the 17th day of January. 1903, and ever »ine» and now are bus- J band and wife. 2. That the plalntlfT I» and for more than one year Immcd'ately preceding the | filing of this action has been a resident I of the state of Montana. 3. That since said marriage the de- j fondant has been guilty of extreme J eruelty and willful neglect towards the j plaintiff nnd has inflicted grievous bodily , nnd mental sufferings upon the plaintiff by a course of conduct towards and treat ment of said plaintiff an»i existing end persisting In for a period of more than j two years, and particularly for n year Im mediately preceding the commencement of this action for divorce, which Justly nnd reason;*iily is of such a nature und character as to destroy the pence and happiness of the plaintiff and entirely tie feat the purpose and legitimate object of I the marriage, and to render the continu- i unco of marriage relation between plain tiff and defendant Impossible, unreason- i able and Intolerable to this plaintiff. In i this to-wlt; That beginning about two! years before the commencement of this action, the said defendant without cause or reason began to quarrel with said plaintiff and during said quarrels would curse and swear at said plaintiff. That said quarrels have been frequent and more violent. That at times said defend ant would assault, beat and bruise said plalntlfT without cause or provocation. That ssid defendant would call plaintiff vile names and otherwise «buse said plaintiff. That during said time defendant would call plaintiff the. following and un warranted names, "You son of a bitch" and many other and similar and equally vile names. Said defendant has ques tioned the chastity of said plalntlfT. 4. That during said marriage plaintiff has had to work to provide for herself and children the .common necessaries of life, by reason of the idleness of said defend ant, said defendant having the ability to • lo so. •V. That said conduct of the defendant toward* the plaintiff was und is of such a nature nnd character as to destroy the peace of mind and happlnes s of the plaln tiff, and difl and has destr ived her peace of mind and happiness a id render her miserable and unhappy. 6. That as a result of said marriage there has been bom to them five (5) children. Laura, David, VV ends, Maurice and Tressa Adams. Wherefore, plaintiff prays that the marriage between plaintiff and defendant be dissolved and that the »aid plaintiff Dille Adams l»e released from the mar riage relation and obligations. That she be given the cuntody and control of the said minor children above mentioned and foi ■ ich oi ) or and f rther re ef as the court, finds Just and equitable in the premises. (SEAI*) Witness my hand and the ee;»' of said court this 12th day of May, A. D 1917. OTIS I,RE. Olerk. By ROBERT DOWNING, Deputy Clerk. T. F. O'CONNELL, attorney for plain tiff. NOTICE—No. 3734. In the District Court of the Second Judi cial District of the Slate of Montana, in and for the County of Silver Bow. In the matter of the estate of 8. Mar rheaseau, deceased. To Eraiie A. Paquette, the administrator of the estate of S. Marchesseau. Joseph Trahant, Ferdinand Gervais. Charlotte Gervais, Luke Gervais and Charles H Spencer, guardian for said Charlotte Ger vais and Luke Gervais: You and each of you are hereby noti fied that on the 12th day of May, 1917, Fred Trahant, one of the heirs at iaw! and beneficiary under the will of S. Mar chesseau, deceased, filed his petition in this court, praying that the rights of all persons Interested in the estate of said Ö. Marchesseau, deceased, be ascertained and declared by ihis court, and that it be determined lo whom distribution ah ou ul be ; ide. That so far as known the following !s a description of the real estate whereof said deceased died seized or possessed, to wit : Half interest In the Nile Lode survey 1S50, section 15. township 3 north, range 8 west, 15 acres. Half Interest In and to the south 74 feet of lots 15, 1« and 17, in block 14 of the original townslte of the city of Butte, according to plat and survey thereof on file in the ofiice of the clerk and recorder of Silver Bow county, Montana. Half Interest in and to what Is known as "Beaver Block," Butte, Montana. That Emile A. Paquette la adminis trator of the estate of said H. Marches seau, deceased. That said Joseph Tra hant, Ferdinand Gervais. r*har!otte Ger vais. Luke Gervais, Wiilgrd Gervais, Ce *e!;> Gervais, Mrs. C. C Taylor, Arthur Gervais, Paul S. Gervais, F*red Trahant. Leonid 8. Paquette. Olivia Merrh&seeau' Malvina 'Gervais) B^trand. Marie A. Boucher. Flora BoucheiV Klmira Boucher. Rosanne Boucher. Alexlna Mary Boucher. Regina Boucher. «Sophroni A. Boucher! Napoleon E. Boucher. Alfred Louis Bou cher. are the only persons who appeared and claimed any interest In said estate in • ourse of the administration of the same up to the time of making said order. That you and all other persons not named who have or claim any interest !n said estate are cltied to appear before this court st the courtroom thereof In said county of Silver Bow. state of Montana on the 14th day of July. 1917. at the hour of 10 o clock a. m. of said day and ex hibit in the manner provided by law your respective claims of ownership, heirship or interest in said estate, and show cause why said petition should not be granted oms LEE, Clerk. By E. A. ROULEAU, Deputy Clerk. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Jam«« Madden, deceased. Notice Is hereby given by the under signed. administratrix of the estate of Jamee Madden, deceased, to the creditors i of and all persona having claims againat ' the »aid (lcoeaaed. to exhibit them, w.th the neceamsry voucher», »(, hiri f our ! months efter the first publication of this notice, to the said administratrix, 32 Hir 1 T*n,Tr%™ ',«u % Montan»' '° Un, ' : i nt~ «f » I»»hMontana, .n the '. J £ n.»L f£ ^. .rlt,, TT n«s o/7ai f d e.uti l^hé «.n . ;n , ^w" J a»r:"; , ^ta 4 . coumv of TOADOZTA MADDEN I M» t 7 t m7 BrtU - ,hl * *»■ y ' " 7 ' 1 FOR SALE Four rooms in serai-basement, four large rooms, closet and pantry on first floor and six sleeping rooms with closets in each room oil second floor. Hot and cold water in basement, also on first floor. This building is modern except batli, and plumbing is roughed in for the I lib. All connected with sewer. Hardwood floor in the kitchen; other floors in first-class condition. Building is plastered and newly papered and in good condition throughout. I«arge lot, two coal sheds and garage, close to mines, six minutes walk from courthouse. F.iisv Lims; $2.700. Suitable for boarders and roomers or house keeping apartments. E. S. SHIELDS 125 WEST BROADWAY Rentals. Loans, Inseranre. ' Wstrh the Red and Blark Sign** L i - ' CASH CAPITAL or "A Good Time" Von can secure with your in come, «side from « bare living, either n cosh cn pit a I or a good time. As a rule the prospects for a cash capital diminish as the "good time" idea remains upper most. But if you practice self-restraint and keep the "cash capital" idea in view, you will be amply repaid in tlie end in the enjoyment of boll», for you will have two in comes that from your business and that from your capital. Four Per Cent Paid on Savings YEGEN BROS BANKERS BUTTE, MONT. Capital $100,000.00 W. A. CLARK J. ROSS CLAItK W. A.CLARK & BRO. Bankers Established 1S77 ALEX J. JOHNSTON........Cashier J. K. IIESLET.....Assistant Cashier Transacts a General Banking Business. Accounts of Banka, Corporations and Firms Will Receive Best Terms Consistent With Good Banking Methods. Interest Paid on Time Deposits Somps In Safety Deposit Vault Daly Bank and Trust Company —OP BUTTE— > established 18»> capital and surplus. . moo,ooo DIRE.TTORS: Charte, J. Kelly. John D Rjao. Marcus Daly, C. C. Swlnborn* R. A. Knokel. OFFICERS. CHARI.ES J KELLY......Prealdenl iOHN D. RYAN......Vice President C C. SWINBORNE..........Ca.hler R. A. KUNKEL. .. .Aaslat.nt Cashier R- W. PLACE.... .Assistant Cashier fnterest Paid on Time Deposits Silver Bow National Bank ESTABLISHED 1898 Member of Fedors! Reocrv« Bank Savings Department Under U. S. Government Supervision SArE DEPOSIT BOXES POE BENT One. Sat.r<Ur Bmfam tram 7 :«• to I t, DIRECTORS Joke MacGlmki A. J. kkwMtt A. S. Christie A. 1 . Wlle.sk D. J. hunril. ESTABLISHED ini First National Rank of Butte Capita and Sarplu tlNJW UNITED STATES DEPOSITOBT. Member at red er» I R e. err. Saab. ANDREW J. DAVIS..... i» —-. J S. DUTTON........ cUjrÜÜ J. E. STEPHENSON., lit GEO. U. HJU..........A mi Travelers' Checks and Foreign Exchange Issued NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF ! STOCKHOLDERS OK KEATING GOLD MINING COMPANY. 1 i N °"'* '* * ,v " th *' -nua! mreuna of the »tochholdera 0 * Keallna G®" 0»»InB company will be bald " thi ° ffU ' ot th * com **** »» Ita mine, near T* a v\z^ nn ' y - Mom * na - I ?? J ? «"»«nencln, at 1 ARTHUR P. HARNES. Secretary.