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SPECIIIÏÏ LIST Selling is Feature in To day's Market Trans action. Oct 26.—liquidation spread „ specialties today, with selling. Hairs appro*!mated the outset of today's stork mi were of the same irregular those recently noted. Shlp atnong the most active pains of 1 to 3 points adiai the ntiilir »•lern liberty bond« Mrlln'r aocumulali of rails broadened in the first , xt* n offering» of Investment • ,tabl> Pennsylvania and Head •pitig» and Industrial» also re S Steel fulling under 104. The tu» brief, however, supporting . mi effecting general readjust iiadlan Pacific made up its loss. ' ,fi. gained l'H*. Steel 1 % and hardened again with col illies, ineUiding tobaccos. Trad- i «• listless on the rally and gains Vtially reduced at noon, liberty ess active at 99.90 to 99.94 gainst specialties, in which *rs lost 3 p the nly feat :\\ «»f the also recession of 2 to 5 points in and utilities were offset by h of rails and shippings. The s irregular. liberty bonds Ä Foi nr, I «end \ Smelting melting A K« lining . jgar Refining ........ opper ................ R I A Pncifi« Ma Pfd. 93 7 , _J*t Copper ................ 33% 1 \ Nashville ............. lis Motor Compànv (bid) 22 Petroleum.............8f» 'l>i»er ...................... »!'. Power (bid) .............. 72 Steel .................... 45*a ................. 27 'TÇSrü : "5 »■" ■ :::; ;;;;;:; " ; :: 'h ork Coal < Coal ........... solidated Copper Iron A Steel .. 46 ! STOCK MARKET MAHA LIVESTOCK. •'t 26.—Hogs—Receipts. 1,400 higher. Heavy. $15.60«i 15.90 704i 15.90; light. 915.9&fi 16.85 '■u 15.00: bulk *;f sales. 915.70«i i •vfipts. 3,300; market slow t « » j tive steer*. 6».50<i 16.50; cows | 99.50«. 9.B0: western -teers. l.xas st.fr». *7.50*10.71.; heifer», $6.00*9.15: canner», - * acker» and feeders. $6 00* 19 00fi 12.50; bulls, stags. Receipts. 7500: market steady Yearlings $11.506(12.75; weth 96*1 12 00; ewes $9.50^10.50; lambs ICAGO LIVESTOCK. c*. 26.—Hogs- -Receipts. 15, fket steady at yesterday's aver $14.85(1.16.40. light. 614.256 '•'1. 914.65(| 16.65; heavy. 614.00© ou K»>. 614.60^14.85. pigs. |10.35(l Receipts. 8.000; market weak. • **rs. 66.85(|17.00. western steers. '••g stockera and feeders, $6.00(0 °ws and heifers. 95.00^12.15; s 00(115.25. Receipts. 6.000: market steady. 68.75(012.75; lambs. |12.25#17.75. Rtland livestock bd. Ore.. Oct. 2 market stead - 10.00. good beef steers. $7.75 best beef cows. 67.25(^7.85; ordi -, $4.00^:6.50; best hoif 00©8 oo : bulls. 94.00(96.75; calves, ^ Stockers and feeder steers. Receipt*». $79 market higher '•Kht. 615 25ft 15.50; prime heavy, Pig«. $13.00(213.50. bulk. r.K Receipis. 2$1 ; market strong, lamh». $14.00®M.&0, valley l 5 »*ll.OO; yearling*, $!$£«« dh-rs. $12 OOQ13.00; ewes, $$.»« ™ STÜ RIBE FOR THE POST UUDIS THE Speculation in Grain Market Still Rife—Prices Are Heavy at Close. Chicago. Oil. 26. idesi vhIii UkIu: continued, might i«*ult in serious <!nmag<- to millions of bushels. Opening iiuotutiuns, which ranged fmm the Fame u yesterday's finish Ui l Vic liigher. with December 61.20*1 1.20 >■« ami May Sl.U 1 ^, were followed by slight set- j hacks and then a material upf On the advance holders unir a reaction ensued. The theor i>,?c. . May Onts !*>«*• Xa J orV j an . laird |N> look loo high. 'I net lower, with $1.13R,6f 1.13« ». The quotations : December 11.19 Rye o. 2. 91.80'*. 61.10ft! 1.37. v. 90.60ttr8.50. LOCAL MARKET. following were the closing iiug Relioont ltig CVce Black Ft Ro nu Hutte Butte-Hallaklavfl Butte ( 'opper Czar Butte-« h eat Falls Butte A London Butte Main Range , Wyon A Aris Bat olidat vit eh Cable Fall Carney Fopper Colusa Leonard 17xt » Corbin Independent Pa Vis-Paly ........ Douglas .......... Bast Butte Extensio East Caledonia ... Elk Basin Oil ..... Elkho Far ell ____ Butt * Shoe Oil maintain date Oil ''oppe in .Teniison Mines ........ Kinney Oil ........... Mizpah Extension Montana Canadian ... National Life Montana North But le Extension Northwest oil ........ original Bannack .... lTudential Elk Basin olds VI U ce I Svphe 30 1.20 ! Rich (Rocher de Boule ........ I Summit Valley SVcnritie Superstition ...... •••• I Success ................ j Tuolumne ........... 90.00 money market x** York. <>.. cs.-mw.mu» p»p«r. Ä. —5 demand 60-da cable» 7-1« ! < lm METAL PRICES. BUTTER AND EGGS. k.iko. Oct. -6. - Butter, high, nery. 38^<ii43c. ATTACKED BY AIRSHIP. __The Swedish attacked by n trip horn* ward. Stockholm. < »' steamer Flandrifi Zeppelin on its ..... - , first bomb which was dropped , v missed the ship. The en 1 8topped and the B' 1 * 3 * . boatF . Four more tiered into tut near bombs « ere dropped dangerously mat the vessel. Before all those on boat.l had entered the boats there was a panic, and the captain had to use his revolver to enforce discipline ovnlver to cniurvc ..... The »hip » company, »«ter two hours in the bout*, re turned to their »hip. turneu ------ , later another a.rshi,, appeared and hovered about the »hip for a lime, but departed without doin g any harm. CUTTING THEM UP Toluca, Mexico, eminent h» on,l large naciei holding" 6 —The gov >mmcn< ed the splitting ... .erul large hacienda» mnche» into »mall propert IThich are heins »old to »mall holders on long time and eaty term». The ))rofessor was showing a friend round his chemical laboratory has become of Jim Fillbottle?" the What .. ......" the friend asked Wasn't J.e Studying 1th the class .— '—er „„ .r„. replied the professor. "Fillbottle, poor fellow : A fine stu dent. but absent-minded in the use o chemicals very That slight d.a coloration on the ceiling not « "That's KilllAOttle."-—Tit - Bits Div ine~h unfit hy lever walks with finite pride. It Is eerf.in that vvhen the patriarch Enoch walke God" he never strutted like a pearewk otherwise he would have known noth Ing of the divin« companionship WANTS ONE CENT A WORD WANTED you knot LI » b** e;m mg mor money. let us help you ; be » ccesaful Ulegra pher* recel \ c 6I0U-6250 monthly, guaranteed qualify fou r mobil». : largest school; if y 're ariiln lious. in vestlgatiOM will prove it. Butt College I elegraphy Igewisnlin Blk Phone 3S0-J. AM PRET A RED to handle Montana ranch«'* i • large and small t a,;,» ami 80,1 gua We . . ,- A • * olle« t iv ..n . «are re for I l'h« pupils. I A 4879-J. HELP WANTED—MALE WANTED Fipst-class solicitors and lectors. State age References. and Collet age and experience, talary. Address Solici arc of Post. WANTED I I ..... r foi and per mai I hie fir: talk. WANTED—A fir house man. J puny, 20 Went B WANTED—MX} rr day and Saturri with WANTED— Hteac man f<»r hotel 73 \V I'ark. WANTED TO BUY DESIRABLE property in Smith Realty RAILS SHIFTING Selling of U. P. Stops Opens Up on N. P. and Canadian Issues. of liquidai half of their incomes. NoftheraParific had not ra way today to lx cunAigured is by some exp* to discouraged boston spteulaUi •vily I ..... today, but shifted ! i'anadian Pacific. kcal thy holders who ««'s which will take Although helling in i rained enough head critical, the stork j ts slnted for further recea- i . t .i, r l bwdin h ;: ! iy that a good deal of the ippers might l>e attributed * ith ( The reduction . recently by wme <>f the said to haw bit tl otiened today ho had ockt* at much dividend rate mailer eompa 63. Utah opened at 80 and closed today by the Heilbronner r There was good buying ; Pacific on * rdiy of Union ; that the poor for deliv« "As lo roads thi sounding ry in the ig as the ■ industrial» of their holdings, long intermission of I c? market for equip» •ond half of 1918." the pressure keei»s sill up. 1 __ 'ports were received t day "by" the Lsuaier-Wolcott company: It looks like continued wiling of otd-t investment s»<urities. paving the scribe to the Liberty "Cross earn ! <-d 1 A-ith egular trading • the way Bub- j When T I o ruble position. The success of the I.ibr, not been discount*Hl and a fa it is believed, will serve as still further upward trend. .. stili appears *>rti- that the la vurities represe if readjustments : of F the *« ®jjKs-ted.' technical loan has tatement. timulus for a lient responsibility . Fell ir , ith-the enemy act." BABY BY MISTAKE IS SENT TO THE LAUNDRY IN THE FAMILY "WASH' • halted tl the matt , 1( „iri ( . ( l ... i ,.i,v had Ihhii kidnaped from her front :.,1, > had steps, SIrs_ Cole . day shi Kmployes of preparing to »oiled laundry or. The cries ild baby boy suddenly rhe baby was found in ____: of clothing Meanwhile, police headquarters was îeorge ('ole that her Detroit. Mien. «»«■*. a laundry here w throw a wagon load into a vat of l*oiling 3-month 1 ! coUect The baby of the laundry for «n^ when'the collector arrived he picked up the basket. WM ihr explained that every Mon niured u basket of soiled linen on the »teps for the laundryman to placed on top airing. The way down under a j i» 0 i 8f laundry' and baby into a heap of linens in the wagon anil drove on The youngster was identified y its clothing laundry marks WOULD HAVE CONVICTS KNIT FOR THE TROOPS Sacramento. Cal . Oct. 26 A plan to ,vc some of the prisoners at the state penitentiary knit for fncle Sam'» soldiers in the trenches | waa suggested recently by Joseph ______________ ( waa suggested recently hy Joseph Stephens ' s te ,,hens and received favorable con-j Sidération. The local Red On»» has a number of knitting machines for mak ing sweaters and helmets r r the soldiers, and it is planned to let the prisoners use these if the author-__ ities favor the scheme. Do.* your huhband allow you to have thing« rhar**d «t the «(secs . •'Oh l think he would, but • But th# store« wouldn't Is that «hat you Y iï goi"« to •»>• ">•' b. gi'J» ?.ïeoî, of money with which to ,-y nnt* vour» 7"- Buffalo fcxpre— POE RENT FUlt RENT and kc tits' and a half yc ■ tern» of lease Tlculnrs see my J56-* Phoenix lt:i NEW I 'I I ELAN HOTKI street. Steam heat ' r» weekly. Transients 1595. KAVN HOTEL. 16 W. und rooms, nil outside moderate rent, under n KENT Four-rot. r m * Milwaukee for a boarding h< FOR RENT—Two FOR RENT—Store lease. 209 West Pa 16 West Granite. For RENT—Two-room bung room brick, Williamsburg. 1*1 FOR KENT—Two and three housekeeping rooms, modern fornla nve. I'hone 3689-W OR RENT Fo FOR RENT Tw< FURNISHED Spitz pup f street. FOR RENT -fia But!--— ! nisheri apartment Ft »It RENT Flea usekeeping cabin Phone 2169-R ilshed Km ! pi i ' * OFFICE ROOM FQR RENT—Second floor j Thoma* block. 41 West Park street, i . ________ - _________ , FOR RENT- Five-room brick flat near ! » imi., r™ b* ------ —------- FOR RENT I lire«*-room furnished Cat '.226k Dakota Inquire 628 Dakota. 622.50— Four-room 820 FOR IlENT nable 626 W. « J Housekeeping 1 FOR RENT j I F< »R da . model ^ ent . * 1 ' FURNISHED ROOMS quiet , ROOMS }. per 1 F°; Rent — Furnished Houses JX»R RENT i>ne floor or more of mod hou>*' furnished. Owner leaving \thertun Mace. Tel. 5562-W. '--------------—— wm ill : XT -v-roon, hou»c furnl.hed, j App ly s 1 ° ^ RENT- Seven-room furnished house I WMt g , de> Hose In. Phone 125. j - ■ ■ * 1 - general repaiking I îl'. N ER A !. REPAIRING of clocks, cam cru> typewriters, door bells and locks. K S. Shower», 126 \V. Brc»adway. Phone brickwork contraotors ESTIMATES for brickwork, chimneys, fireplaces, lobbing. John Tandy, 316 W. Galsna. l*hone 1499-M. COLLECTIONS MONTANA ^ i ^ Bioc^BuU^ Mont^ MATERNITY HOME j MATERNITY HOME m'aTKRNTTY HOME. Price* | nioderate . Your own choic« of doctora PERSONAL WIDOW worth 640.000. will marrv Ad dress IaODflsome, Box 241, Han Fran cisco. Ual. - SUBSCRIBE FOR THE POST ngalow, REAL ESTATE FOR SALE New 4-roon dice easy pay Two-room ! >» r month. 6200 down » JJ ANSON-M 6100 down e as rent. 15 W t.M small monthly payment «lern bungalow. I'1IERSON COMPANY, Broad wa v. age arly 69,500; 63,500 hard finis'll, r cat cd heart of «»r less cash. 310 Phoenix I Butte l*i r:d , eet. ''OH SALE—Six-room modem brick, proveinentfl paid, 7<»<i block Utah ; mmediate possession. Must be sold this veek at a bargain. Inquire 1313 W. I num. Tel. 5Mi6-W. FI VK-IK »< »M ho I. situated on large cori rental district. All or ue about $Mt per month, payments. Smith It«..it bungalow v nrj two lots Price 61,900. Smith Realty FOR SALE T« FOR SALE FOR SALE sedan autt Address Box FOR SALE «tbiie, 61,650. Tel. Mot FOR SALE Fo chsli. 42 w Broa : CHEAT Model FURNITURE FOR SALE FOR SALE- Ma Je ROOMING HOUSES FOR SALE NINE Rf » >MS «.f almost new furniture in heart <-f <-ii>, low rent.-heniad The owner has made a big reduction in price MONEY TO LOAN MONEY loaned on Butte real estate. Fire insurance in strongest American com panies. A T. Morgan. Daly Bank Bldg. REAL ESTATE LOANS, reasonable rates. Prompt, courteous treatment. E. S Shields, 125 w I roadway. Real estate, insurance, rentals. LOST LOST Airedale dog near Bennetts st r« Reward. iy>ST—Old lady > glasses Fender w.l! confer a great favor to leave same at Dally Post. Box 182. I/»ST Tan and wh.le collie dog. Re ward I'hone f-SSS-W. BATH AND MASSAGE ETHEL CAMPBELi». masaeuse. bath. massage. Rm. 31, Filver Bow B!k. W. Granite st Iaadies. gentlemen. Phone 6055. • i HAT TRIMMING HATS made over and made to order in latest stylea 53 W. Park, room 4, up stair*. French Hat Shop. CARPENTER WORK ALTERATIONS. REPAIRS. JOBBING Leo 8- Rosa reneral contractor. Ill a Arizona rh #tu 994.___ BONING. DANCING Ipperary hail. »MR I.EASE AND BOND, good gold property with mill and a record duct ion to It* credit, tn Helena district. A. B. C.. Daily Poet._ Second-Hand Goods Wanted HIGHEST PRICES paid for old clothing, «bites. hat*. trunks, tool*. Phon« 3557-W.________ PLUMBING AND HEATING ____ \ FRA NCI 8. plumbing and heating Heating plant* that heat 330 S Main Supporting the Government This is a time for every citizen to support the United States Government, and many are doing so at considerable cost or sacri fie to themselves. We have joined the Federal Reserve Bank ing System established by the Government to give greater financial stability and strength to the member banks and protection to their depositors. You can give your support to this great Government enterprise and also obtain its pro tection for your money by becoming one of our depositors. THE SILVER BOW NATIONAL BANK OF BUTTE CITY Docs It Benefit M«T" MEMBER W^FKD**AL HIStkVE^ Rend fo MODERN BRICK. IN' V. Bungalow Furnished FOR SALE 4-Room Modern and two lots, facing south: two blocks from carline, in Floral Park. Price, furniture Included ?l!.200.00 BOLEVER & BROWN Il W. Park FAR 16 LANDS Unimproved, •lose to big t ange. Beat 111 K Broad« FIRE INSURANCE YOUR HOME 1« T OT f re » roof l ut m> companies are. I should like to ted >ou why 3V r* Fenner, 23-4 Hirbour Block. Telephone 5778-J. THE STRONGEST h'>me and foreign j Sc Booth. Phone 702 SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED i any PE WING MACHINE repaired by j our experts for 61 Sewing machines ( rented Sewing machines sold on easy terms. Exclusive agents for the New White Rotary Brownfleld-Cant> Carpet Co. 54 W. Park Phone 1304 Anaconda , Branch. 308 1 P.tr- *\e f ' oi.e M3 R»d TYPEWRITERS TYPEWRITERS SECOND-HAND—Ex celient values at prie«* from $12 50 to 660 at the Remir gion Typewriter office. 105 W. Broadway Butta Mont. If you looking for a aood second-hand ma • • • • . ELECTRICAL TREATMENT UP-TO-DATE electrical and drugies* treatment*, also o*one treatment for colds, catarrh, bronchit*. etc. Mr*. French Nm1v r, silver Bow Bldg ' Phone ::-SS pro---- BOYS MACKINAWS HINUHIL1FF— Butte agent for Cache Knitting work* of Logan. Utah. Phon* 2807-W. Ail orders made to measure. Will I* pleas ed to show sample*. AUTO REPAIRING i CHILDREN CARED FOR month. j ALL AGES, by day, week or . Price* reasonable. Experienced woman in charge. Butte Maternity Home Phone Daly Bank and Trust Company —OF BUTTE— (Established 1882) AND SURPLUS— $400,00« DIRECTORS: Kelly, John I). Ryan, Daly, C. C- Swinboroe, R. A. Kunkel. OFFICERS: CHARIER J KELLY......President JOHN D RYAN......Vice President C. C. S WIN BORNE.........Cashier R W. PLACE......Assistant Cashier W. C. RAE........Assistant Cashier Interest Pa'd on Time Deposit«. VV A CLARK J. ROSS CLARK W.A.CLARK&BRO. Bankers Established 187? ALEX .! JOHNSTON........Cashier J. li HESLET.....Assistant Cashier Transacts a General Banking Business. Accounts of Banka, Corporations *nd Firms Will Receive Best Terms Consistent With Good Banking Methods. Interest Paid on Time Deposits Boxes In Safety Deposit Vault. Established 1877. Lirst National Bank of Butte Capital and Surplus 9600 009 UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY. Member of Federal Reserve Bank. ANDREW T DAVIS.......President J S DUTTON ..............Cashier J I- STEPHENSON Asst Cashier GKO. U. HILL........Asst Cashier Travelers' Checks and Foreign Exchange Issued CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER . ^ . council to be held October 31 at alteration« "n<l repairs, all kir <Is store and off f-e fixtures built to order esti mates furnished free, our work guaran corporation «ill lx held at the company s office. 48-54 Weal Tark street, at 4 o'clock p m t»n Monday. November 5, 1917. for the purpose of electing trustees ■ •T I' .-Iness t) . : proper!;. f nies before the meeting JAMES A CANTY. Pres,dent. W M » ROWN FIELD. Sec and Treat. Dated October 24. 1917. NOT! E INVITING PROPOSALS FOR FURNISHING HAY AND GRAIN FOR THE CITY CORRAL. nlsliing of hay and grain for the city corr..l are hereby invited and will be re ceive . by the • tt\ council of the city of Butte to be filed « th the city Herk at or prior t. 7 30 o'clock p. m October 61. 1917 Said proposals nr bids will l>e opened at the rex liar mwefing of the city 30 • o'clock p m at th* council chamber. The hay and grain mentioned being: Five tarloads—timothy hay—ft rat gTad*. Three carloads -oat»—A No. l. A certiled ' heck payable to the city of Butte by a reeponsible hank for an amount which will not be ieaa than 10 per cert of the aepregate of the proposal m bid to be .cm* »de red a* liquidated dam age« if the requirements *n the way of contract and bond are not entered into within IP day* after the award ha* been made The city coutir.! rewerv** the right to reject any and all bid« r. H TREACY, City <*lerk. Dated October 22, 1917. ! A LI AS SUMMONS. The State of Montana sends greeting* to Jo* Quartuili. defendant her« n named. You are he r e b y required to appear be fore me *n m> office at 1138 \'tah avenue, Butte. Montana, township of South Butte, count n of Silver Bow, state of Montana, on the 26th day of November. A D. 1917, at 10 o'clock a m. and answer the «om plamt of idaintifif «»n file in an action to recover of vou '.he sum of 923.90. lawful mone> of the United State*, for good*, ware and merchandise ApU you ar* hereby notified that ;f you fail to appear and answer the aai«l con-.plaint as above required, judgment will >»« taken againot you according to the complaint and cost* of this suit. «liven under my hand this 23rd day of August. 1917. ROBERT ORNSBY, Justice of the Pea eg.