KET STILL IN
tion to Curb Short Sell
g Checks the To
•I —Despite the* «It
stork exclut HR«
the exchange, fulled
single lot of 20,000 shares
*(7, a maximum overnight ;;aln
„'is A«I vances *»f - to 4 point«
dr by other steels, coppeis,
s and shippings. Baltimore A
be rails, rising 4*4 points. Nor
«•stern rose 4. Canadian Pacific
Paul 3*4. and Chesapeake «y « »hl«»
hese gains were materially
the end of the first half
« autions adopted by the Pitts
. exchange, disturbing rumors !
'he foreign situation and a !
« in exchange on the Hcantli
.uritries, induced further selling |
ic first hour. Prices rallie«! j
never, on the strength of steels |
mgs. after which trading lap?
proportions. The general bo
vas Irregular, but Uberty
idy at i>ar. the 3**s
I States Steel's further rally t «*
sustained strength of
were the only conspicuous
»f the dull mid-session. Halls
<ular and specialties somewhat
v on publication of poor slate
with coppers, the whole lis!
gain in the final hour The
as Irregular. Liberty 4s were
1 at par, the 34s being «pioted
York, Nov. 2. - T«.«l
•us on the exchange
m Beet Sugar......
Tel. & Tel.
Car A Fou
Smelting A Refining
Zinc, Lead A Smelling
Sugar Refining .........
• C »pp
«V Superior ...
i Steel B
al I<eather ....
:peake A «»bio
go. Milwaukee A
Northern Ore ctfa..
on Copper ......
» Central ........
I Marine pfd......
• it Copper ..
He a Nashville
Motor Company .
• Pet oieum ......
1 »pper ...........
■ i Pacific .........
ia I'«I wer .........
• trial Alcohol
AYED WEDDING TRIP
Mr. and Mrs. Malthas;
tor. 544f» Glenwood avenue, aged
7ft, respectively, claim the dis- !
of being the most belated
itooners on record. They .«re
ting their golden anniversary by
lo the west.
ere married in 1867. «jurin*
rd times following the civil war. !
. , ....... T , I
d not possess sufficient funds to '
«.-«Minn journey. i
Hessemer came to Chicago in
*••'<1 at that time established a
store at what is now State and
streets. He was not permitted
ft* the union ranks during the
because of an eye weakness,
f was destroyed during the
btl lie then pulled up stakes and
°n the north side. He kept a
there until a few years ago.
• retired. He has seven cliil
(I six grandchildren.
ention, kaiser bill.
»'ton. Pa.—Christ Stamm, a mine
here, who in his youth was a
an fov Emperor William of Ger
und later was in the crew of tb*
of Prince Henry of Russia.
• Liberty bond. Stamm is n
Jucj American citizen and savs
dug must be done to win the
ai list Germany.
Mike Michelacnkes is a l»ar
ho can speak little English, but
hard to be an American. It
State street that he saw Florence
and called "Hello, Kid.'* Through
cr prêter he told Judge Mahoney
didn't know what it meant and
«Wut talk. He was fined *3
costs on a. charge of disorderly
the first barber 1 ever saw who
*t talk in court or any place
the judge said.
Heavy Receipts of New Grain
Force Prices Down
in the Pits.
from Vi t<| Vfcc lo
$1.17 and May *1.12
lowed by moderate
grain in tin
ce of th«» far'
ould be pei
$1.15? and Mas
! of li
the action of corn.
* jumped in conse«iuence of
ducllon in warehouse stocks
inced in the monthly stnte
ilng. Attention was
sharp advances in the value
Rye No. 2. $1 76*4.
Barley—91.1 ftfi 1.33.
Clover— $18 .006 24 oo.
Omaha, Nov. 2.—Hogs—Receipts, 2.300;
market 2f»c liigber. Heavy. $16.80617.15;
mixed. $16.90617.10; light. $17.10 öm 17.30
pigs. $14.006 1«. 00. bulk of sales, $16.804»
10.50; cows and heifers, $6.007*9.35; run
ners. $5.004» 6.00; Stockers and feed« »»,
$*». no U 17.00. calves. $9.50612.50, bulls,
95 75 B 7 60
Sheep—Receipts, 3,000. market steady.
Yearlings. $11.504» 13.00; wethers, $11.0044
12.50. ewes, $9.504» 11.00; lambs, $16.254*
Chicago, Nov. 2 Hogs—Receipts, 16,
000; market unsettled, early advance of
25 to 30c above yesterday's average
mostly lost. Bulk. $16.754*17.30 light,
$15.804» 17 25 mixed, 916.354*17.50; heavy.
$16.306617-50; rough, $16.30r«i 16.50. pigs,
$12.504» 15 CM.
Cattle Receipts, 8,OOP market w«fak.
Nutivo steers, $6.754» 17 50; western
steers, $6.254? 13.70: Stockers and feeders,
996.10® 11.50; cows and heifers, $5.00®
12.15. calves, $8.00® 14.50.
Sheep—Receipts. lO.Oot*: market steady.
Wethers, $8.73® 13.00; lambs, $12.50®
Portland. Ore. Nov 2—Cattle—Re
ceipts. 471; market steady to l«»wer. Best
beef at«*ers, $9.004*9.50 go«nl beef steers,
$T.OO®9.00: best beef cows. $6.004*7.00.
ordinary to good cows. $4.006*5.00; l«est |
heifers. $6.50® 7.50; bulls. $4.50® 6.75;
calves, $7.00®9 50; stockcrs and feeder
steers, $4.0067 25.
Hogs—Receipts, t4l market steady.
Prime light, $15.75® 15.-5; prime heavy.
$15.60® 15.75. pigs. $13.504*14 00. bulk,
Sheep—Receipts. 72; market steady.
Western lambs. $14.00614.50; \allev
lambs. $13.506 14.00; yearlings, $12 50®
13.00; wethers, $12.00® 13.00; ewes. $8.50®
The following were the closing quota
tions on the local exchange today:
Alberta Petroleum Con... .01 01H
American Oil Montana • -02 02'%
Bannack Gold ............U 18
Barnes-King ..... 2 00 2.15
Belmont ................. (, °*»
Beaver OIIh Alberta .....00Vk MS
Black Friday . ...........
Butte A Bacorn ........
Butte-Bullwhae' er ......
Butte-Great Falls ......
Butt«- & latndon .........
able Consolidated ......
'all Switch ..............
Colusa Leonard Extension
Corbin Independent ......
East Caledonia ..........
Elk Basin Oil ...........
Elk horn on
Galena Farm —
ilenrock Oil ...........
Intermountain Oil .....
Jemison Mine* .........
National Life Montana
North Butte Extension
Prudential Rlk Basin .
Reindeer Queen ----
Reynold* Hyphei Units
Rocher de Boule ----
Rocky Mountain Fire
01 Vi j
22 50 I
wife run you out the hou;
beat you ?"
"On the contrary. 1 ns*
mercy by executing t\
treat* which has foiled her plan of ac
ti0n - ------
not woman s friend.
"StliUlght I» » P-<'at thine."
no friend to woman.'
• Why not. c«»mpiexion.
"«*•- wh "' " <,nP ' „"iw cU«ni.-«l
— — --
h r it mv
e her ut m
trategi«' r -
anti beside», they d
_ __ _ -up
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
BUTTE DAILY POST]
WANTS ONE CENT A WORD
YOU .SHOULD bu earning
let us help you. be successful; telegra
phers receive $100-$25Q monthly, positions
guaranteed; qualify four months; larges
school ; if you think you're ambitious, in
vestigatloti will prove it. Hutte College
Telegraphy, Lewisohn Blk. Phone 3x0-J.
\.M PREPARED to haadla Montana
randies in large and small tracts and
soll« it listings of places for sale and
guarantee satisfaction. K. S. Shields, 126
WANTED- We pay the highest price for
men's discarded . lothing. Phon«; 5753-W
and we will call.
bi.artl. (loml rare Kiven. lliwi.. 6178-R.
WANTED—Young girl to assist with
housework. Phone 1219-M.
WANTED—Piano pupils. lessons 50c.
313 H. Idaho. I*hone 4879-J.
References. Good f
tor and Collector, <
WANTED- Men tc
sale now on Y«
us I tig Cour 'rail.
age and experience,
ilary. Address Sol let
tre of Post.
GET GOVERNMENT WAR JOBS $100
month. List free Cran kiln Institute,
Dept. 229J, Rochester. N. J.
WANTED TO BUY
in li'ansirnt location,
louse of from 10 to 1
«•ash. Smith Realty
WILL PAY CASH for g«»c
.and suit case in good c
appointment write P. O. Ho
il sited trur
t »K3, Butte.
WANTED TO RENT
NT HI » TO RENT Fc
Odern furnished flat
«e. Young couple- m
best «.f care. A «hire
not fire proof hut my
1 should like to tell you
n«jr, 23-4 Hirbour Block.
THE STRONGEST home and foreign
companies at lowest rates. S lentous
Booth. Phone 102.
, ÏMTTÎTir~7NPKlVA?fT'TrulH* lessons.
There are many desirable openings and
opportunities for those who have a
knowledge of the Spanish language. My
method of teaching is the- most simple
and thorough and can be required in a
very short period of time. Will be pleased
to have you call in person or phone to
me for particulars. «'Lass l«^ts«>ns, 75c.
private lessons. $1. .1 W. B* rg«-r, Yegen
Block. room 108, opposite Symons. Phone
Boys' Mackinaws $4-50 to $5.50
in pretty plnldn. All order* made to
measure. Hii.chcllff, Butte agent for
Dathe Knitting works of I»gan, Utah.
Will be pleased to show
FOR LEASE AND
B'»ND, good gold
md a record pro
redit, in Helena «iietiict.
a. b « Path Po«t
Second-Hand Goods Wanted
HIGHP:ST PRIUKS paid for old clothing,
shoes, bats, trunks, tools. Pho:»e
cord tire oi
to Luley Brui
The State of Montana »ends greetings
o Joe Quartulli. defendant herein named
You are hereby required to appear be
fore me in mv office at 1138 Utah avenue.
Butte. Montana, tow: ship of .HouU. Butte,
unty of Hilver IK.v, Mal- of Montana,
the 26th day of November. A. lSlt,
at 1« o'clock a. m and answer the enm
plaint of plaintiff on file In an *
recover of you the earn of W *. «"O'
money of the I'niteil htalee. for goods.
ware and merchandise.
And you are hereby noUfled that if
you f a ij to appear and answer the *a»«i
complaint above required. ju«l*ment
will be taken against you according to
the complaint and conts of ' "**
Given under nay bund tin
Justice of the Peace.
NOTICE TO iwodCHÔtOEM Ö
j MONTANA ZING MINING COMPANY
; bulder* w.r purchase stock In the neu
I ,iir«rtor». Th. »to. k 1» Md* »W to out
siders at 15 cent*. Cal on .) » ; wu y"* * "
I west Granite street. Butte, for further
i «CST SCHI-I.TZ HMHW
i New York
! Whereas the Corbin lndepen<ienl Mi'
- nlDany operating the same gr*-ui.*i
* ..nerated by the Montana Zm
' Si? K-unnusy «.,U owing to the fact
* that th»* new company «lesires '.o give
. 8t0t .kholders of said former rompant
^ opportunity to become stockholders in
i lie new company at a reduced pri«*e o
share, pr. * J
j GUST SCHULT
Nov 2-The metal ex
tin strong: *pot, 65.50 b-d.
la-ad, Bironx. spot. 6.12 bid.
> speitc. .iuic »«• *" ul « * ri * vrry -
»pot. i-«'« *»"•
water, huiltin teature* llurrisoti apart
ments, 1351 Harris««»! T«;l 305S-J
FOR RENT—k'urnlNhed room* also
housekeeping rooms; strictly modem,
■team heat, bath, telephone 2125 liar
son ave. Flk^iu 3040 W.
KAYN HOTEL 16 W. Galena. Suit«;«
and rooms, all «»utsldc and up-to-date;
moderate rent; under new management.
FOR KENT—Store room l»sl»0. 5-year
16 West Granite.
housekeeping rooms, modern. 934 Cali
fornia ave. Phone 3689 W
nlshed apartm< r
FOR RENT—Nice new stm
living room in rear in sixtl
Main, rent reaaonable. Phc
FOR RENT—Nicely furnish.
Ing rooms at en«l of ca
Dunn. $15 per month
FOR RENT—Two, throe ai
house unfurnished Furnn
91 E. Front.
E. D. Klderkir
FOR RENT- Fur
heat, hot and c«j
551 H. Main.
FOR RENT— Moder
steam heat. $3 p
FOR RENT Fc
Cal! 311 W. Silve
FOR Rl •'!* Newly papered flats $15
up. * W Granite.
jlOi «M - per week. 332 S Main.
jlOi «M per
BOOMING houses fob sale
lease; best locatkm; !
fllleti: price $1.500. $6<V> v ill *
Kleven-roorn transient hou*«-.
irt of city . rent $.50 $500 cash
. balance monthly. Von Falk- i
Co.. 310 Pli«.»erilx Block. Open 1
S- «Vntrally located. steanf
and cold water in half of the
nt $175. Good lease. Price
if-rmi. Steele A Anderson. Ill
PK«»\ HI> property in Butte or Seattle
o ex- h inge f«»r rooming house in Butte,
r.tb Keaity U.Q.. 49 E. Broadway.
ALTERATIONS, REPAIRS. JOBBING.
Lao 6. Rosa, general contractor. 119 S.
Arizona. Phowe 89®
REPAIRING and Jobbing. Estimate* fur
nished. H. Curtis. 904 Utah. Phone
CHILDREN CARED FOR
ALL At*Lb. w .—- - -
prices raasonable. laxpenencod woman
j , n charge. Butts Maternity Homs. Phone
1..20 _ _. ------ - —
HATS made over and made to order in
latest styles. 53 W. Pari-', room 4, up
stair* French Hat Phop. _
ESTIMATES for brickwork, chtinneys,
fireplaces, lobbing. John Tandy. 31$ \Y.
C, slena. Phoas 1493-M._
TJfiNlANA T'OI.tJîdTlOf! »UtNCt,
T. D. Butterfield, manager. 13 Hilver
Itow Block. Butte, Montana.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
tT de water iFvbhtm knt com
PA NY. 124 W. ORAN IT 16 .STREET,
TBU 1444, HAVE fOR SALK.
bouse, Keokuk st.. $1,500, easy
house on Harrison ave., with
anted basement, 51,C00
modern large bungalow, garage,
enicd basement, large improved
$4,500, easy terms.
I modern large bungalow, cement
t, hot water beat, large improved
All Improvements in place.
eres «ui (paved) Harrison ave A
ide. $1.500. T<
iful building sit«?
uota in Atherton Place on the
• t<» $250. Easy payments.
TIDEWATER IN V KSTM KNT
Telephone 1444 124 W Granite
tli: bunted 100
set; 52.000 v
nt New 1
New 4-r«H>m bungalow, located on
near school. Pri< « $1.600; $200 «ash.
Kalkenstein A Co., 310 Phoenix 1
Ar J J«
FOUR-ROOM modem cottage on two lo
all good plumbing, bath and l«»ilet. go
clothes presses; $1,90»). $150 cash, balan
$25 a month. Butt«- lauid and liivestrne
ping suites and nearly
plumbing In all suit«*. in«
ith; $2,500 cash will bar
Anderson, Ul K. Broad«
FOR SA IJ5—If
42xl<H> feel ab
j Idaho street
"lemons A Booth.
FOR SALK Four-room plastered dt
ing fin«- «ondition. full lot. north*
$1,575. (Must l>e sold quick.) Rober
Smith, 115 N Main.
12 ROOM If
abstract title price $2,250 on «-asy
ment*. Smith Realty Uo., 49 K. Br
FOUR ROOM nearly ne w co
lot. ««-«spool connection, *
Ing $1,600. $10(i cash, ha
month. Butie I And and In
19 W Granite street.
with huiltin feat
oleum, water a».«) s
GIrroir. 356 Phoeni»
$1,200 Surlev A:
FOI \U6 Four
modem, nea»- Mo
street*. Inquire at
SM AI Aj 3-room »»««use
school and «'ar line
Price $450 Small payni
to suit. Smith Realty
FOR SA IJC —Si x - room
Bow Park, lot 6Cxl0f>
than cost of building.
356 Phoenix Bidg.
iter in house.
49 K Broa«l
Wlll *e f..r le
F« »R SALE F«,
lots. 19«K. block.
Robert* Ac Sn>
h\»R SAI<K—One Vlctrola and 50 record*.
one 45 caliber Colt automatic, one 30-30
Remington nfle. Cal! evenings after 6
o'clock. 5*2 W. Mercury .
GO« >D strong buggy and harness foi
cheap Von Fklkenstein A Co
FURNITURE foe sale
fV.R SAI.K— Will sacr f~ fl » ro ms iur.
niture. also pian«v. lady's fur coat, fruit
Jars, snow-coal shovels. 6169-W. «'all
For SALB— Furniture 7-room house
house for rent West side, close in.
_ ' ___ _ __the
Fi>R SALB— New range, dresser and bed
at a bargain. Owner leaving city. 23231
■■■ ' ■ ■ - ----- - - ■ —
. J. MM warm
UP-TO-DATE sle«*trical and druglsas
treatments, also usone treatment far
colds, catarrh, bronchus, etc. Mrs. French
Neely, 46 Silver Bow Bldg. Phone 2593.
Is Yoar Money Supporting
At this critical period in our history our
manufacturers are offering their mills and
cur young men are offering their services
to the United States Government.
Would you like to do your share and help
by putting your money where it will support
the new Federal Reserve Banking System,
which the Government has established to
stand back of our commerce, industry and
You can do this by opening an account
with us, as part of every dollar so de
posited goes directly in
to the new system,
where it will always be
ready for you when
THE SILVER BOW NATIONAL BANK
OF BUTTE CITY
Send for Booklet, "How Doe* It Benefit MeT"
MONEY TO LOAN
MONK Y loa
1 on Butte real estate. Fire
strongest American com
Morgan, Daly Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE LOANS, rcasor
Prompt, court«:«jUs treatmc
Shields, 125 W. Broadway. II
SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED
TYPEWRITERS. 8 BOON D- *i A ND— Ex •
relient values at prices from $12.50 to
$60 at th«; Remington Typewriter office.
105 W Broadway Butte. Mont. If you
are looking for a good second-hand ma
chine at a low price we've got Just the
machine y»u want.
PLUMBING AND HEATING
BUTTE ELECTRIC RAILWAY
onth of September !
scribed by the pub!
-n of Montana:
> BE RATI NG K X PE N S 1 :
Number of work
J. R. Wharton. b«*u
rtejvose» and sa«> That he i* the gen
eral manager of the Putte Elec tri - Rj«ll
way compani that he knows the con
tents of the foregoing report; that the
same is true to the best of l is knowl
edge, information and belief.
J R WHARTON
Subscribcl an«l sworn to l«ef«»re me
this 2*th day «»f fHttiber. 1917
Seal) CHARLES A BLACKBURN
Notary l*ublic for the Mate of Montana.
Ke*i«1ing at Butte. Mont. Mv Com
mission Expires March 19, '.930
This is to notify the pubiir that I will
not be responsible for any debt« ren
traMed by my wife. Luc;. Krebs, after
the first duv of November. 1917.
« Signed ) DOMINIK KREBS
NOTICE OF TIME APPOINTED Ft>R
PROVING WILL ETC.
In the IHstrict «'ourt of the Second Judi
cial District of the Slate of Woman*.
In and lor the County of Silver Bow
In the matter of the estate of C. W.
Pursuant to an order of aa.d diet
j 1917, n«*tice
the 26th «lay of October,
bereb\ given that Satur
day. the 10th day «>f November. 1917. at
I 10 o'clock a. m of said day. at the caurt
room of court, at the city of Butte in
said county of Silver Bow. has beer,
appointed a* «he time and place for prov
ing the will of said Cyrus Watson Po
' riyeroy, deceased, and for hearing tbs ap
j plicaiton «>f N. FYank I^eonard for ths
i iguanes t«) Mm of letters of admhilstra
| tion with will annexed, when and where
any person interested may appear and
■ contest the same.
(SEAL) OTIS LBB. del®
By LORETTA LEE. Deputy Clerk.
I I »ated «Jetober 26. 1917. -
Dalv Bank and Trust
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS—9400,000
Charles J. Kelly, John D Ryan.
Marcus Daly, C. C. Swiuborne,
It. A. Kur.kel.
CHARLES J. KELLY ......President
JOHN D. RYAN.....Vice President
C. C. SW1NBORNE.........Cashier
R W. PLACE......Assistant Cashier
W. C. RAK........Assistant Cashier
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
A CI.AKK J ROSS CLARK
ALEX J. JOHNSTON........Cashier
J. K HESLKT.....Assistant Cashier
Transact* n General Banking
Business. Accounts of Banks,
Corporations sad Firms Will
Receive Best Terms Consistent
With Good Banking Methods.
Interest Paid on Time
Boxes In Safety Deposit Vault.
First National Hank
Capital and Surplus $500.009.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY.
Member of Federal Reserve Bank.
ANDREW J DAVIS.......President
J. S DUTTON ..............Cashier
J. F. STEPHENSON.. Asst. Cashier
GKO. U. 1IIIX.........Asst Cashier
Travelers' Checks and
Foreign Exchange Issued
BATH AND MASSAGE
1EL CAMPBELL masseuse. Lain,
issage. R»n. 31, Silver Bow Blk. W.
dte et. lA'lles, gentlemen f*hone C055.
• sixth annual meeting of the stock
r* after the extension of the • n
ration will be held at the com par ;
48-54 West Park street, at
■ * p m on Monday, November
for the purpose of electing tru*:«»
ic ensuing year and transacting sr.
business that proper!; conus bet r
a * ting
JAMES A. CANTY. President.
BROWNFIELD. Se< and Trea*.
;e«l October 24, 1917.
N*'T!« K • «F ADMINISTRA;«'!*..« SALB
OF PERSONAL PROPERTY.
» •! Ju ii
- ate «>f John
•ial District of the
in and for the Cour
In the matter of the «
Notice is hereby gi\* at. purse > t
an «»rder of the above court made and
tered on the 27th day of October. 1917,
»n the above entitle«! pr<xeedmg. the un
«lersigned administrator of said «state,
will seli at pubbe auction, to the highest
er for cash, on Wednesday, th* 7th
day of November. 1917. at 10 o'clock
(the forenoon of that day. at his off:«*.
•01 Phoenix Block, the f«.iu*wing described
j personal property, to-wit *
' »nr frame house and fixture.* at No.
1 Uh» Main street Meaderviiie. Silver B--w
1 county, togi-ther with ihe furniture ihere
in. inciud r«g curta r.y tables, etc.
Sai«l sale will t>e made subject to c«»n
I fir mat ion by ?he cou»t.
j. r davenport.
Administrator of the Estate of J<>hi
etober. A 1>.
NOTICE OF TIME APPOINTED FOR
PROVING WILU ETC.
In he lh*tri« t Court of the Second Judi
cial District of the State of Montaua,
County of Silver Bow
In the matter «>f the estate of Su*..n
Jaue Williams, formerly Susan Jane
Pur»uai«t to an order of said district
Î court, made on the list day of October,
1917 T;oti«.-e is hereby given that Sa»ur
day. ihe 10th day of November. 1917. at
»• o'cl«|cb a m. of said day. at the court
room of said «-ourt. at the city of Butt#
in the said county of Silver Bow, has
been appointed as the time an«! place for
proving the will of said Susan Jans
j William«, formerly Stevens, deceased and
! for hearing the application of John D.
Wilson for the Issuance to him of letters
; testarm i tarv when and where any person
j interested may appear and contest
(SEAL) OTIS LEE, Clerk,
lrwi.« A. Smith, attorney for petit inner.
Dated Octobe^l, 1917.
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