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1EIMSTER F0ÜNB
DEAD NEAR WAGON
Butte Man Meets Fate on the
Road Leading to
Philipsburg.
Anaconda. Aug:. 1$.—Harry Mc*nus.
teams: er for the Pl::srr n: T- unin.
cottpciny of Butte. vr?.s found tfe.vd *. >
day on the road near Hard::*. bet> een |
Butte and Philtr^hurs. It was e' ident !
that the heavy wagon Bad passed over j
his body. No exp nation v r. te se- i
cured a.< to the cav«*- -f *. —th.
Morris was dr.- o. six-h *-• te r.
and arrived frv>m Butte last e venin r
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left at 4 o'clock this morning from
Real's livery stable to resume his
journey The body was i.s: *vered .vi
11 o'clock by Charles Hardta. There,
v I en -
away, as the team iras fo -d a *h rt }
distance from the body ni the team ;
wws known to be very
Coroner Mahoney ate this fter- 1
neon brought the reran ?r> t r.
M F Rohr. prix. -.1 own- - i the
teaar.r.s company, tame from Butte
this rooming n h:s a-tom .et ma y
a further in v ent If a: tor ~*f the traredy
eaglëOttëntion
Al! members of the Ar.a; nda -r.e
of the Fraternal Order of Easr'r- are
required to attend the f_r.er.t. of -t
late brother Char.-'s C Keen-.•
sembling at i t :>*k at the Faç.es
ball
P ETTER TRUDEAU r ; -Ad
B. A. & P. RAILWAY
EMPLOYES' PICNIC
SILVER LAKE. AUG. 12
Spe :al train lea
a m Returning
Cross T : JO p m
Sixty -cents f . r the
Anaconda > SO
eaves Southern
er Lake 7 pm.
ound trip—Adv.
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ANACONDA BRIEFS.
Ferdinand De*fabeile has applied to
the government ' r the posit: a :i in
terpreter r. the army. He left last
•venin* for Washington, where he will
make further in-ostigati:.» regard.ng
his appiicatioa.
Mr and Mrs. Thomas Heaney of
8pokane are > sit:: *: here a: the h.me
of Mr and Mrs. E. A Barnard $lî
West Fifth street. They are ac
companied by Tommy Bernard
I. O. Blake and family, who have
beer, visiting at the home of Mrs
Blake's mother. Mrs Nellie Rankin,
left today for Seat:^ They *... visit
in Butte er r e
The Goodfri—ds team has
disbanded ar.d there was no game on
the common last night. The Go:«d
frtends were to ha met the Fan
Kennedy of Chi
ever.ing to at- j
br iber. Ckarks
accompanied by
Mrs W
Mrs Ma-v Keen&r.
cap arrived here las
tend the funer- >f u :
C Keenar ^ e w^.s .
Miss E!!:e M Corr of
Afich
Roy Me Lev-d of Water!
Gray and Mrs Mabe s 3 -p; '.cld c?
Futte and M.ss Bessie S-tpp.r,f. i of j
Super -r were g*ues*s cf C u rd
McLe.d he— y es ter du; :
Mrs Aima Lynch und M.ss Ed*:- rit.» •
ijfxsrzt.. who have been visma* at the |
bom- f Mr and Mrs. Dennis Lynch,
left yesterday for their :e in Chi
The haseba'.. team of Moore Menu,
will play three games with the Anode*
lean*, of this city on Sunday M nday
'and Wednesday
Mr* E. J Evans and daughter.
Mar e, of French Gulch left today for
Harlowton to visit at the korae of Mrs.
R W HoBud
Mr? Jokr. R Too!« Mrs F. Fr—,
Mt?? I Bristol ar*d George F Weise!
of M ssoula are visiting friends and
relative* in the city.
Hora*. buggy and harness far sale
IM East Eighth street—Adr.
M.ss L .liar. Whalen of Sait Lake,
formerly f Anaconda, is v siting for
the ^«ek er.d with Mr and Mrs H H
Goe
A marriage Item* was issued today
to Henry E Wright and Miss Annie L
Ward of Btatte
Mr and Mrs. John W. Howie and
Cub:;.v hare removed to Great Fails.
J C. I*odders left today for Call
fbrnia. where he will meet his family
Yerberckmoea optow^ti 1st—Ada.
HUSBAND STRIKES WOMAN
FOR SINGINGJJ. S. SONG
Tarons- WisE. An*.
L. hnhiMl Mrack her for timini
—The Star Spto|lr4 Banner.- Mrs. Obre
Swain lode sorti GosU,f Slreia for
d liorct- She aiu> chargea him with
banal stroof Grrnaa »rnpathie».
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
BUTTE DAILY POST
UNDERTAKERS
KEENAN—The funeral of Chari«*
c. Keenan will take place from Ma
honey * undertaking pMdora at 6 *i
«'clack tomorrow iSniurdnyi mortun*.
p ro c e e ding to ßt Pani a chorch. where
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be celebrated
Ml o-rtock The Ftatenml Or*w
f ■*•*■» h " T * fuherwi
MAHONEY
rnnerai Director
Axaconda
»113 Mnia
" ,sl B "™ 1
The Local Board Has No* Es
tablished Regular Busi
ness Hours.
bmrd isd ci ikj>: ::aV: «ciy il ka«e f .
cLaîsw fee euB^xr. TY< tar*: ?..
new eatafcl 3^-ed rrv-sxr Ksr , .--r*« brars. fr-s
? to II o'etark aaek aaorai** *&d '-.rsr î to
DENIES RECEIVING
THREATENING LETTERS
Western Fédéra t-oj
received any
as suggested
eny that he
TELEPHONE COMPANY
REACHES AGREEMENT
WITH TRADES UNION
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•WIR«". WSS
r bets«er
on* sr.4
T«:-rrapfe
is Frdeni
ch tb« w.
Vi* aoxle cf
«j seit
Wd fiar oo« [
in connection wit* the local telephone j
company means tha: the cor.remplated !
improvements w;!i be pished forward!
-his summer and .alL The majority!
•:*f the equipment is on h rd at the !
present time and if the equipment}
needed from the east can be se-. ured
in time there will be no delay is push
ing forward the work,
Among the officials of the telephone
company who are in the city tcd*y
were H A McAfêe diN-ls. n general
manager. Heiena; W F. McIntyre,
division plant superintendent, and F
P Ogden, traffic superintendent
EAGLES. ATTENTION
All mem bens of th* Apa f fmln >rn~
:f the TYsiercü Or^er are
r- 1 - ire : . - ' nd :re f of our
LEGAL DELEGATION
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r-*.
it , y
teu:
J-ige >r*e
are abie to
array of
FRED HENGLE IS FOUND -
GUILTY ON TWO CHARGES
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Anaconda. Aug 1* -FVed H«rg's«. who
was arrested *-r. er* s a go fee drtv- 1
ar. au:-. ~ r while intoxicated and ,
for at.Officer Baauao.iel. tbe at- J
resting officer, fought his case w.th two '
lawyers. John H Duffy and Jv&n W '
Jarr.es. whe appeared for feist before
Judge Daniels The firs: case was tried '
ye 1er day evening and the other this I
morr.rg In each lmtaace the court im
posed a fine of $5* Ar. appeal was '
taken ir. each case t© :fee 4am.t court
GREAT FILLS BUSINESS
MIN KILLS ÜEIF TODAY
Dealer. Blows Head Off
With Rifle.


Groat r»Ua. AVs —FVank Strouf.
pnefnt of th, St rout Rna! Esut,
comcasf of GnU Fall* th. Broad«»}
Decton Milluu: rompanv. and rati—t
ÄSÄ.Sri.SÄ Ä
afcot huaroif m his roo® h,ro at «oon
Krtar. uat^ a rtfl, and bk>« me hta
h«*d *w»y.
Domestic trouble and financial en
tangiement aa a result is given as new
son for his setioa His wife had
a serauuona*. div >rce action some time
since, alleging a woman of the ^ty. at
whose house Strouf was living, as co
metal haust
j N „ Tork. An*
, gnu. Spot
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Spewier—Msrfeei daU. Sp«. Esst SL
. Louis *Ar»fT,
tom% ^ «mrter.5K5»i^T ••
THE BUTTE DAILY POST
POSTS YOU ON THE NEWS
BEK HOLS FIRM
GRIP 0« MURRET
Little Buying is Reported and
Conditions Are Un
settled.
The bears are ir. control of the stock J
market, prices svITenng from the Lack
of I yers holding back because of ur.- <
settling rumors from Wtskingtoa The
strort st stocks on the 1st bars beer,
çraiu '.y dedir irc the past three .
days, pr.ee Sxtrf yj scheduled by the '
ç . err.rr.est teirg '.vrgelv the cause.
A :u ~ ii o>ered today at v*.«
high at * u '.cw at 7c ar.d closed at
75 ~j North Butte was quoted at j
1>4 today with few buyers. Tnolomu j
was 0 -: ted t 125 with 1H bid. The«
si?*!* were re. . e in New York..
Or_c.' .-: renin* at >2 ar.d dropping as |
>w , s >:•'-* ef.'re ckw&ng at 91V .
1*: ted >: .es See. .'pened at 172 V j
w at i;:^ r.d c sed at 123 V
Tbe f ' wirr w.re- were received j
today by the He brvnner company : !
'The report that ; -g busing— wiT.
* ... pr-.-.es t the allies should
.. ' t er.
courage bear rticj and make reeov
W:th the ;r. enainty that is pre - ;
- '-.-ir ir. :r '.. ft r. J storks. peopSe are*
t: rr - ar ! s ertiin :-f the rails. •
E er ne :s retun* bearish. There
:s ax« liquidation and a freat de*:
f shyft s*E:n#r.*
The f. lowing wires were reeelvwi
t be La-rier-WoV^xt com-;
"Th* p\
gftv»r-.md•
Hon of tl
guidance
sabje.*!.'*
'With
-fix.ng progrta of the j
.« uppermost in the minds ,
T-terests. and interpréta- I
he stock list will deren d for j
>n news tou-.'fc r.t on this!
he t-r. settled conditions in
n it :5 almost cert an that
t will be nothin« more than
r the news is taken too hys- j
We believe in our country'
lieber price level of sto ka" .
BOSTON QUOTATIONS
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BOSTON CURB
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CUPID SHIES AT CIGARS
W«« DENOUNCES COST
Kinsl5 OtV. A«*. 10—Ho« mi>.-h
Joun< Mrri ^ man m» »pend for rô
is a question a circuit judge will
( meet in trying the divorce suit Tiled
,fey Mrs. Helen Joseph Cox against Isaac
filed;Newton Cox.
Mrs Cox asserts her husband, who is
• solicitor for an insurance company
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and nakfs 915 a week, has not pr»-1
"iTer ^hnskand. Mr,. Cox charges, re
.25SLT rst SS Ä ? ûs!
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ÄIK j that her maiden mim of Field be
restored. TVj were married Oct. L
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Following the example M Alherta.
,
| McGill being rocenHy chmeti by th*
! attorney gerorwl t. fin the office of
Following tb« «xuapi« w Albern,
tbe provtno* of British Columbia has
now its woman judge. Mrs. Hole* G
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KINGDON GOULD'S
NEW BROTHER-IN-LAW
IS A WORKING MAN
San Francisco. CaL. A-:
znualdo Lucci. a cement
here, smiled broadly when
the newspapers recently tb -
Gould, of the New York G
had married Annunziata Car
Lucci. former governess .u *J
of Gou.ds parents.
It was interesting new« :
for it meant that he h« i
mCiionai— brother-.n-law v.. -
fort at ali on his paru P. rr.
Annunziata, the bnde. are It
sister.
The r.ew relative of K.r.^ ;
live* "over in North Be h
Francisco ghetto. He .3 4'
and "works with hi| La- i
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of three children in Ariu
Lucci was rather nc
[about his sisters marriage
ment esastem milUonair
he was glad fer Anaunn./.
. she had dene so well
j sized the fact that young
j fortunate to chc-..se and w
girt.
"My sister, she had the best cf
J everything ali the time. said Luce,
proudly. "She got the f.nest educa
tion Italy can give. In the coO«*e at
_ Fisa she learned the arts and the re
finements She .ways live among the
jbest people Then she went to Pan*
j as companion of a very rich French
woman and was ;n f.ne society. After
! that ^he wer.t to New York Ah'
Maria, she Is a very fine girt. yes.
"I don't know Mr. Gould, but his
mother. I have met her. A very nice ;
woman, y» F ur years ago I went to
New York to ?pe my sister. I bought j
a r.ew hat and a new suit. I wished ;
not to shame my sister. Mrs Gould,
she shor>k hands with me- She is a *
fine lady The two little Gould girls.
toe. are nioe. They **-eak Italian like I
I do myself. i
"Our father. Anr. jmiat*'s ar.d mine,
was a great engineer of Tuscany
We have one other brother. Antone.
who is* a contractor, like me, but in
Marseilxes. not here
"My sister, she is the baby of oar
family I am very giad she is happy.**
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LOCAL STOCK MAEKET.
The fch.'w.rg were the clorir.g q»::a
t-cns ce the *>raà exchange today
Bid Asked.
Bannack ........ S .fft I tS
Barres K.rg ............
Big Creek ...............i> j
Black Friday ......... .(*
Butte it Bui whacker... .47 .♦>
But e Ceg*per Czar ____ M ou,
Butte * Great FfeÀàt.
Bette * L r.âon
Butt* Ma r. Range .
Carney Copper
Colusa Lee rurd £x .
Ekr i-Daiy
East Butte Ex
Gienrork FKivietu
Ha:: Oil •
Intern: un ta .a Oil .
Interstate Oil
Jemisor. Mir.es
Unary Oil .
Mem:*- Oil
Ncrth Butte Ex .
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of travel.
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.that he wrolJ never enter an ant row,
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FLHIPEO VANE
A Suffragist From Montana
Makes Novel Deal in
the Capital.
The Post*# Washington Bureau. is
Washington. D. C.. Aug. 10.—Foreign
=rd domestic fighters to make the
world safe for democracy-" formed ft
coalition at Tenth and D streets
when M.^s Hazel Hunk ins of Billing?.
Mont.. >rganization secretary of the
rati : r.ai a mar s party, f.rst lent her
:rcwd to the speakers for volunteers
tnd then addressed the.|s
crowd herself fr in the big flag
: raped va n.
M ss Hvnkins had just commenced
her speech when the van drove up
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horns aDd waving flags "Lady, can
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géant in harge Yes. if I can have
:fce bargain was struck.
The crowd approved the bargain :
Gladys Greiner of Baltimore
wh.se father. John E. Greiner, is on iS
the Stevens Railroad commission help- jS
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New Y^-i< s id - Suffragists" and took
Suffragist*' jg

frequent applause from her enthusi- |s
astic auditors. The government is
.skin* men to give their lives to fight
ir. the trenches of Europe for democ
racy." she said. * The women pe
:iti r.ln* the president at the gates of
-.he white house are fighting lust as
[truly for human liberty as are the
men. Only, the methods women use
iemar.d no blood or tears and destroy
nothing dear to any human heart"
If tbe war is prolonged.* Miss Hun
kin* continued, ' and the men "are
called away as they are in the Euro
pe^.n countries, the I'nited States also
wffl be left in tbe hands of women.
We must take man's place in indus
try if American standards of living
ire to be maintained until our men
return, women must have political
M Hunkins assured the men of i
: v r confidence the country* felt that ;
they would give a good account of ;
•.henselves wherever they were sent.
And when you return*" she continued.
• e women mean to be able to prove
to you that we too, have fought a

racy burning *
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IS PHÏ5ICILLÏ UNFIT
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-*• • 7;t mm called for ex.»m:r i-j
; • : 57S have resp- r.ded
-g *. r i unaccounted for * at
r 5"; me- will ccrr.- *.!l who will
: ' exempted -re tod. ;■'&
c ..m exempt :- Men who
is explained are pliysKally
war. otherwise they would j
on physical examina- ,
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basis for J
number From thé remain
-re will I« he possible 247
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f the Z~i examine*! This :
represent the number of
>* certir.ed as ready for !
; prehead and
the ether 149
the service
the 149, when caught, wo
'• "* » total of
• a raa»r œ oxros, of th, qu--:x |
ut à cuni v *er of the names among the
es among
:;i;f V* ^ - r *
of m*n wtc have died recently,
or who have enlisted. The actual
r..mS,r of the«, «bc hin "duckrt -
i, r.ot p.>*s:N!, of prodictJoa.
Vx.bï '^t smv g-oced for fig-jr
:r -X on th, tn,n to obtxinrt from
tb, jr»er.: call, tfc, cobntj- beard ,
m,mb,r# fro! rortAin that a sroosd
call ratt«: v , mad, to fill th* quota.
Slow With Affidavits.
L*s» :han ,* p,r cat of th, m*n
«ho hav, filod tij, t:r ,x«npti^n
bav, r,turn*d th*ir xffid,\-tta to th*
board. A f*« aro Mnabt* to make th*
rots rod Proof red « r.j- rtod today
to th* 7- Art Me: «h:-s* dependent,
live ootalie ( the Vbitei Stxte* aro
not ex«npt from military rorvioe. and
a---librement of thi* faro, today
5 * ' aroton In many exemption i
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FTom the adjutant general the l-oard ,
today received notice that aliens who
^'tTar."
,0 rj *^7* th* draft
Thro* who hav* taker, out
I -trot papers aro subject to th* draft
j in tta entire working
j Men ciamtng the dependency of'
j «'■dewed mothers have been larger in
{number than anticipated. x roll for
, - - re affidavit blank, for the form of
tempi», proof was ordered
Twenty-on*
Imornin* by the board
men hav* -Jed such elaims.

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314 pounds ripe tomatoes for ............... ..........
25e large sire cans tomatoes for..............
Good takle butter, per lb .................... .........
None better butter, per lb..................................
Good eggs, per dozen .....................
No. S lard for 65c; No. 5 lard for $1.10; No. 10 lard for"**
Following by the Sack:
No. 1 large white potatoes, per 100 lbs .
Good cabbage, per lb .............................
No. 1 Swift's Premium hams, per lb.................
Good bacon, per lb ......................
. Flour Headquarters
Good bread flour, per 08 lbs........................
Our Special., none better in the state of Dakota, per 98 ibs
If none better to be had, then why pay m< Think it t
No. 1 steer boiling beef, per lb .............
_ No. 1 steer roast beef, per lb..l.............
Z No. 1 short rib roast beef, per lb ...........
E Special sale. No. 1 roast veal, per lb......
5 Special sale. No. 1 young veal stew, per lb.....
Z No. 1 veal chops, per lb ....................
E Young lamb stew, per lb ...............
Z Sugar-cured corned beef, 8 Ibs for. .......
Poultry Arrived for Saturday Market
Z Fancy stewing chickens, per lb........
E Young hens for frying or roasting, per lb.
E COME TO THE U.WAYS-BT SY MARKET. WHERE YOU *\VE«
E CAR FARE BOTH WAYS ON ONE DOZ. EGGS OR ON ONE LB. BIT!
( McCarthy's National Mai
E 307 NORTH MAIN. PHONES 174.173.
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THE HEILBRONNER
BROKERS, BUTTE, MONT.
Direct Private Wires—Cotton, Stocks and Grain |
CORRESPONDENTS— E. F. HUTTON & CO. NEW YOKE, UAVDQl
STONE & CO. NEW YORK AND BOSTON
MAIN OFFICE—Northeast Corner Main and Gn
Streets. Telephones 412-413.
BRANCH OFFICE—(FORMERLY PAINE. WEBBER A CO)—(7 EASTS
WAY'. J. GEORGE DOLAN. MANAGER. TELEPHONES 157 ANDl
Direct
FVivate V^'irea
C'irrespondah I
Logan & Bryn I
tjAJJZnShWOLCOTT
STOCK BROKERS
51 East Broadway
Phone 511
jorted physically disqualified this
morning- He was turned down by
:.aval recruiting officers a short time
ago Ge- rge L. Nickerson, the second
r.ime on the list, was pronounced
j hysically qualified for military sen*
The board d>:*es not expect to
e the percent age much higher than
this at any time during the investi
gations.
Those certified as physically quali
fied for military service, with their
*eria' numbers, follow :
Edgar Kinman. 1252; Daniel Dris
*ol! 114': Louis Tepparo. 1779; Thom
as Nygard. 29M; Frank Buzik. 1331;
,'ohn Sheeha^ 514: George M Grug
a'ich. 1441; William A. Graham. 2il;
William T Griffiths. Î7S2; John M
Mulholland. 27v7; Walter Metz, 3212;
Edward C. Reiline. 2107; Dosta F.
Emilio. UM; John Radonich. 233#;
Henry Her.shaw. 772; Ralph E. Town
??ry3 Jerr? . ^hea. 307; Henry
j 0 Hanu 1144 - Michael P O'Neil. 9S3:
, Graj - 2 ç T; . Giovanni Coeradin.
!•!"*• Peter Stager. 1470; James P.
idolph Kamby, 1275; i
!
MarP.n »T; Ru
| John F x ,
?- A . * 1
Aaron
bu„. *»«
, c --—
i ^ J
1114: Edward Woldon. '
Murtz. Ml; Rroro P
Giovanni Marco. 54; John
Giovar.:nni. 147«: Paul Radmilovich. !
««: Arthur F. Taylor. *7«; A H
Taylor. 2415: Denis A Mnrphy. 571;
M: ha,'. Gara. 15SS Micha,! L Lo«
ney. 704: Edward P,nn,y. 72; Nicholaj
Abders- 2144: Leon ^utori. 47S;
Carter. 1J54 Will. ara H
Tarry. 214": Sir.far^no .Vgnettox. 154*;
! Joseph L. Parks. 2»3»; Walter Dietxel,
I -4SS: Montants, Jenk'.ns. 2*25: Rich
ard Arcove. 12*4: Pete Kransatx.
i»54; Rohert J Goldman. Î255; How
ard S- Sylvester. 2145: Harry Arthur.
12**: G. C Hoffman. 2*2*; Fraaa
Srhirtxwold. 1451; Peter Pissendo.
1722: J A_ Stewart. 2142; Pet# Kovace
a::h 1237: Grover Elam. 175*; WU
57«; Oocar S Warron.
7254 Patrtck M SulUran. 27SJ: Peter
Ryan. 1171; James W Corbett. ÏT25;
Keil}. 2*4: Eli Woyodi h. ***:
Anton J Rossland. 24M; Arthur J.
Specana 1744; Arthur G ! tarn holl.
2*«4: James T Lynch. 10*4; Albert I
,
î<î4; Brakla! 4M; Bd
ward K. SuUivan. 5*4: wntta» J. Cun
w
"
Sherrat t.
•'■Mara. 22*4 Mkhad C.
F-etr-.c* 5JT; M J Sc brock. 2474;
Dw'id Newman. Ml; John R Butler.
1*45; Martin Sio«ar. 1 IT»; Geors* I
NVckernon. 2522: Louis I* Lcnschow.
22*2. Fred C Jones. 2*4*; VacJalU
-'aasimatis. 2171: Chauncey G.
YJV3: Virwel.io Brwea. 151»; Daniel
2471; Bob Peyoxtch. *2*:
B 1511: W-niam Lom
tuarxhnl IT*«: Wir.Um J.
i
Kw gvTSl»
«■««- ,.^rz 'Surrr
toelo Grosso. 1751; Ferdinand Morgen
' * t * CTL m; Harr ^ p Jone* Mi»; David
John RKharta 1654
Thom fhWnTto me ft me phyanul
p ^* r ° T rojUtïdI^^namî.
may not be posted a, „«^ t "rtT
! -*■»* «■ be «rented at roroby phy
**rla*a are: John McHugh 5 * 4 -
, H Heart 1155; Victor Anderson. ÏS
i
♦ 1*^ North II».:
STOCK
EXCHANCJ
Ort«, Ex«:- ' toB«J«WM
tx-iingea.'
Stock, BvU£i: ; - S.U 01 C«
'ediC à ..as, M uh«
Stocks and
w. E. Mc.NTLTÏ Cd I
1» W. Granit, St. P 1 '—,.
' Geo^e O B:
l* sl - Frar.x
Frac-J k.L
at 1
Fra:.'
4»; »•
Allen, tf*- !
I'ercf
nv« E f-^J
v {S'
-!,t 1 * 8
. M; Joäh«
ci!', 7131;
K Sowden. . - .
! îw *3 T l«*r<i-* iûii»
,huT R P*«' 5 r -
thur R Peters
***; Ham
Nul*- *7«
Pavlinac. 1*-- ,
ufohn Bertogl: - -f....
natto. 1541: D :ie Gench ^
Latifhün. 2*51
Reino Radm.;
roll 25». fDrts
cepted after s tber o»- 1
Men Whose r. tw' ^
showing they
should obtain ; ya
from the board
TO GET AFTER THÏ
NEW YORK SLAG ^
N.w York A - "r£t{
sand men w' , n 'W*J
before local / ( J
notified that they ^a® ' , g
the selective dr-ft. -
prospect cf arro*7 ^ ,
federal court for : a® 0 "
scription ac t. __
RULES FOUR TEETJ *J
ENOUGH_FOR * r
Albany. Au* '
instrwetion« to
covered by Vr ' v - ^ait
Albmty Ftr-.tcun. r
re-examinxt:rr • f *• a
erupted because ; '
testai ty reduce ,M "
emption* M
Dr. Lewis tk» vrf '
requiring ,
teeth on both *!d«
took th* matter up
In reply to • W>« M . t
enl of the army FC.up
W sja
. fU r ***J
roe. F r. Bn**,!,
replied as foOowe:
has, at 1— « *^ na two
teeth, two above »f« ..
aro or two above *"_' (fJ
other aide-- The ^ r r
contained the «"rt fr

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