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WE CAN'T KEEP STILL When we have so many good things to tell you about musical instruments. The pianos to be found at our salesi room are of such excellent meilt, as to tone, general excellence, style and finish, that they should lie brought to your at tention. We would be glad to have you see and hear our Vose & Sons pianos, for we know you cannot help being pleased. Special Prices and Terms for I 3 Days, Montana Musi: Co, 119 N. Main St. »•••»•••••••••••••••••••••a J 5,ooo Feet Above Sea Level 2 • Everybody has noticed how the • 2 skin (fries out here. So \yth the hair 2 • ami finger nails. They get brittle • • and lifeless. Cultivate your scalp • 2 and hair. 2 2 "Craniol," Dr. netternich 2 • Does the work required, so save • 2 yoûr hair and your finger nails, 2 2 too. 2 •' One bottle, $1.00, gives salisfac-• Con. FOSSELMAIM DRUG CO. Sole Agents, Butte. Summer in Butte ('.in be made a delight for the wo man that has A Gas Range On which to do her cooking. It saves her so much labor and so much overheating Has Your Wife One? Gas Office 203 N. Main Street JVEW :books The kind that have stood the test of the people's criticism as well as of the book reviewers. Desides these named we have all kinds of books of poetry, travel, his ory, science, languages, etc. "John Winslow," by Henry Nor throp ........................6$1.50 "Juletty," by Lucy C. McElroy.. $150 "The Helmet of Navarre," by Bertha Runkle ................1.50 "John Henry," by Hughh Mc Hugh ..................... 75c "Ralph Marlowe," by Naylor..$1.50 "Quincy Adams Sawyer," by Chas. F. Pidgin.....................$1.50 CALKINS' BOOK STORE 31-37 North Ma.In Important to Advertisers Changes of copy for advertise ments should be in office not later than 9 a. m. t to insure running same day. & DR. CHUNG'S Celebrated Herb Sanitar ium. Guarantees to cure all diseases by means of his famous Chinese modi* - eines, never before intro duced into this country. He has cured thousands and can euro you. Advice free. 0 West Galena street, Butte, Montana. DB. HONS ABIC 126 S. Arizona Street If you are afflicted give mea trial. Advice Free. This Is to certify that the Herb Treatment of Dr. Hoof Ark for all chronic diseases cured Die •f severe kidney and bladder troubles of five years' standing. The Free 'Reclining Chair Cars Between Denver and Chicago via Santa Fe Route provide as comfortable means of travel as can be offered—sleepers except ed. As an economical measure they are unsurpassed. They are hauled on fast trains, and are in charge of experienced and polite porters. All essentials for the toilet towels, soap, water, combs and brushes—are provided free of charge. A. Warren, Gen 9 i Agent A. T. & S. F. Ry.. 411 Dociy Blk., Salt Lake City. New Officers For Anaconda. George Brolin. George Brolin, candidate for street commissioner was born in South Sweden in 1883. He came to the United States in '86 and after living three years in New York city moved to Anaconda where he has since been employed at the foundry department of the Anaconda Copper Min ing company being now in charge of the iron supply in the shipping department. Mr. Brolin has during his eleven years residence in Anaconda always been an ardent republican and an earnest sup porter of party principles. E. H. MacDonald. E. II. McDonald, is the present city en gineer and has held the position for the past four years. He was nominated by the republicans last year for county sur veyor but was defeatted in election. He came to Montana in 1893, locating in Anaconda, two years later. He grad uated from the mining school at Hough ton, Michigan, where he learned his pro fession. G. S. E. Wisner Was born in Michigan in 1871 and came to Montana in 1882 and took up his resi dence in Anaconda three years later and has lived here ever since. He was em ployed for several years by the Estes & Connell Mercantile company, which firm was succeeded by the Copper City Com mercial company and he continued in the employ of the latter when he en gaged in the real estate and insurance business and is at present cashier of the Anaconda Real Estate and Insurance Agency. He is an active republican worker and is in every way qualified to exercise the duties of city clerk. e Caleb M. Sawyer Was born at Andover, New Hampshire, on the 19th day of August. 1854. He re moved with his parents to the state of Minnesota in 1856; was educated in the district schools of that state and after wards, for four years, attended the Wes leyan seminary at Wasioja. Minnesota. In 1872, and while attending school, during his vacations he started to learn the cooper*« trade aud after leaving school followed that occupation for sev eral years. He was afterwards appoint e d superintendent of the Hubbord & Wells Flouring Mills company, and dur ing his leisure hours, read law under the direction of Hon. Frank Wilson, of Red Wing, Minnesota. After six years spent in study in tills way he was admitted to practice law in all of the state and fed eral courts. Dr. O. C. Evans Was born in Utica, New York, Decem ber 4, 1869. He came to Montana in 1883. Later on he attended the Chicago Homeo pathic college, of which institution he is a graduate. He began the practice of medicine in this state at LUiston, when he was employed a3 surgeon for the Northern Pacific railway and the Ontario Mining Co. He located In Anaconda in 1896 and Is at present a member of the Montana State Medical Society. John L. Platt. Robert S. Mentrum. S. Mentrum i.« the present chic ago. The new city administration be lieves that politics should not enter lnto*-*&-V*i the fire department, the only qualification being efficiency. No city in the west can show up a fire department more efficient than tht present one. and there are very few anywhete that are as well disci plined. It was made no secret yesterday that John L. Platt is the choice of Maytfr Stephens for chief of police. Mr. Platt was born in Ontario, Canada, 32 years ago and came to Anaconda in 1888 and has since been in the employ of the A. C. M. Co., and in late years -has been in charge of the auxiliary electric light plant at the refinery under Superintend ent McNulta. Mr. Platt spent his early life as a sailor and was for six years a gunner and torpedo instructor in the English navy. When he left the sea he came to the United States, was natural himself with the re publican party. He has had considerable experience in police work during: bis life time and will no doubt fill the office en trusted to him with credit. . fj of the fire department and has done thsjtiyién city very efficient service Since he wasïjt engaged in that capacity al yearsge BUTTE LO CALS. THE NEED OF A Y. M. C. A. Rev. Dr. Albritton Gets a Good Start Towards Organizing a Branch in Butte. For mny years the need of a branch of the Young Men's Christian Association in this city has be»n very apparent. Enthus iast after enthusiast has taken the mat ter up and worked hard to bring about a satisfactory result only to fail in the end. Butte did not appear overly anxious for the organization to get a fothold here. Now that Rev. Dr. Albritton has taken the matter in hand people who want to provide popular social enjoyment for the young men of the city are more hopeful. With his usual energy he started in and called a massmeeting for yesterday after noon at the Grand Opera house. Man ager Sutton giving him the use of the theater and promising the use of it every Sunday afternoon if it was not otherwise engaged. While the attendance was not so large as he hoped, he is not discourag- j ed. At any rate he is determined to suc ceed. The music was especially fine, a picked choir under Miss Ida Scott rendering the selections. Rev. Dr. Albritton made the opening address and spoke of the men of Butte, there being more in proportion to the population than in anyaother state in the union . He told of the few places open to them after work, nothing save the saloons after the public library was closed. Men do not want to sit in their lodging houses all the time and naturally go to the only place they are welcomed— the saloons. J. H. Leyson followed In the same vein. Superintendent Young and former Governor Rickards being the oth er speakers for the afternoon. IMPROVED S TREET C AR SERVICE Centerville and Soutn Main Street Runs Made Continuous—Walker ville Service Doubled. Manager Wharton of the Butte street railway has adopted a new schedule on the Walkerville. Centerville and South Main street lines and it will be a great convenience for those who patronize @ @ <3 & <S & <& <& <& & & &*&<& ® iMainIfieelit Une 1 ® 9 221 IN. Main St. Makes Aother Big Cut Greatest Jewelry Price Cut Ever made by a Relia= ble House in the City of Butte] Sterling Handle Brushes Bonnet. Hat, Cloth and finir > ^Brushes that are Cargains at our regular price, aud thrt are real snaps at our cut price. Bonnet, fine soft bristles, sterling handel .......................... $i.oo, This Sale 6oc Larger size and better bristles..... $z.so, This Sale $1.25 Mammoth handle, really splendid piece .............................. $3-25, This Sale $2.00 Gray finish, large size, great raised figure handle ...................... $3.50, This Sale $2.00 Small size, sterling, gilt and jewel ed, little beauty .................. $2.25, This Sale $1.15 Larger size, sterling, handle, quite heavy, but not gilt .............. $1.75, This Sals 90c Hat Brushes Small, fine sterling back ........... $1 75, This Sal; $1.00 Six inch cloth brush ................ This Sale S 1.00 Military Brushes Elegant stiff bristles, real fine sterling backs. Would make a most acceptable gift. Should wear a lifetime. Ornament any This sole $1 00 $4 50, This Sale $2.00 Great Garter Sale Dainty creations, with gold anti silver tually for less than we could replace one pair left by tonwuwv night. buckles, sacrificed at half price, ac some of them. There ought not to be White silk garters, large bows, sterling, gilt, buckles with head of Cupid. Very beautiful........... $8,oo, This Sale $4.00 Red silk garters, with gray finish sterling Cupid buckles ............ $7.00, This sale S 3 75 Finest white elastic, beautiful ribbed pattern, dainty as can be, sterling buckles with Almandine setting. $8.00, Tnis Sale $4.00 Two pairs fancy French silk elas tic, couldn't be better, with solid gold buckles, each pair with dif l'ei'MU pattern. Choice .......... $11.00, This Sale $5.50 Magnificent Line Gold Brooches It is within the bounds of strict truth to say that here you will find the finest line and great est variety of the newest crea tions in any one store in Mon tana. For this sale, the prices are made especially row, as low as it is possible to turn the goods, and pay expenses. Customers of this house know its reliability, and know that when it says it has GREATLY REDUCED PRICES, that it is the truth. A beautiful line of enamel brooches, the very best and most expensive enameling known to the goldsmith's craft. A targe violet, true to nature in delicate coloring, with pearl center; another of lighter hue. A pansy velvety as Dame Nature grows the pansy, with morning dewdrop diamond in the heart of it. Four leaf clover, enameled to perfection'of hue, with pearl cen ter. Enamel beetle in exquisite variegated colors, fine gold and pearls, brooch or chatelaine. Green enamel Mercury wings with large opal between, very rich and showy. Newest creation, Mermaid in rose gold, with delicate green en amel background peeping between rose gold lacing. A stork in rose, with enamel background, and rose gold grass leaves. Very artistic. Maid of the Mist, with dia mond star of Hope above, rose gold enamel back ground. Per fectly beautiful handicraft. Turquoi: e matrix in fine gold, the very latest fad, the real rage in Swelldom. A heart of precious stones in fine gold; garnets and pearls, en amel background. Very bril liant, shows its value. Enamel portrait of "Marie Louise" with circular of pearls for frame, fine gold. lnto*-*&-V*i of the hill city. The latter F!RED AND HAVE FALLEN BACK , , _ T ,, 0ld Members 01 the Walkcrville City Council Make Way for the New. . ..lessrs. Thomas, Duffy and Sims ro front the arduous duties of ahlor thsjtiyién in Walkerville today ami were suc V eiled by Henry Stevens, Thomas ti. th cm. Heretofore the South Main street mid Centerville cars have been making the corner of Main and Park streets their terminus, but commencing today the Centerville cars began running through to the Western Iron works over the South Butte line. This change makes the two tines one, hut the running time is just the same as it has been in the past. The WalkÉrvilîe service has been :7fiot*ftrcd. on this lino have been running every forty -minutes, but here after a car will leave Butte and Walker vifie every twenty minutes. The route ■will be east on Park from the corner of Main, north on Arizona to Broadway, west on Broadway o Main, north on Main to Granite and then west over the Excelsior or west side line. Cars on this line wilt be run every twenty minutes between 19 o'clock in the morning and 11 at night. Elliott and John Hamilton, who isfiènd two years in advancing the inter j al! elected on the citizens ticket, whicn took the field in opposition to the demo cr-i tie-populist combine. The city coun ciljls now composed of five members of thf citizens party and one demoeratlc purpulist, who was elected last spring, mayor is of the same political be hüt in walkcrville party principles /ilçnt very little figure in the distribution 6 J" pip it is said that the new administration intends to erect a new city hall and give the old town a sewerage system of •which its residents will be proud. tj. C. A. RUSSELL FILES HIS BOND , Gamblers on the Green Are Now Up Against the Real Thing. C. A. Russell, recently deputized by the county authoiities for special duty in cn fnrement of the law against gtmbling in this county has filed his bond of $2,000 with the county commissioners and un nounr d himself ready for business. The bond is signed by an eastern security c :mpany. This afternoon Mr. Russell held a long conference with the county attorney and vlvn he left the court house he was ann ul with all of the necessary paraphernalia fur locating poker games, faro games, roulette wheels, nickel-in-the-slot ma chines, peeposeopes, fintan, solitaire and sc\ en-up. RACE TRACK R1VILEGES. At 2:30 o'clock p. m. Tuesday, May i , , bids ( which must be accompanied by cer tified check for one-thinl of the amount b dt will he opened for the privileges at ; the race meeting of the Montana Jockey club, to be held respectively at Butte, June 29 to August 3, 31 days; Anaconda, August 6 to August 24. 17 days; and at Butte, August 26 to E'C-ptemiber 7, 12 days, making 43 days at Butte and 17 at Ana conda. The privileges for the sale of the bars, ineludig cigars and tobacco, ladic-s 'and gentlemen's lunch coûter, n ice cream ad soda water stands, boarding house, fruits an dcandies, popcorn an! peanuts, and check room. Bid includes all the above mentioned privileges. Make separate bids for Butte ad Anaconda. Bight reserved to reject any or all bids. Further information furnished o applt cution. Send bids to E. D. Laurence, general manager, P. O. Box £2, Butte, Montana. • f MANUEL LOPEZ ti> T!p CLEAR HAVANA C I GAR . S j This Famous Brand of Clear Havana Cigars Is now tTi on the Market For Sale by All Dealers tT•> sj? - '*$*■ BUTTE MERCANTILE COMPANY jàfc BVTTE, MONTANA T STATE DISTRIBUTORS A A e f K e±r r ±2 t fo A f ± L A A ,«* »? © m imm v\ v % nm When You Want Electrical Work just remember that we have been in business in Butte for ten years. Our class of work should be given only to reliable and established business w concerns You can't afford to take any chances ^ for the sake or saving a few dollars on the first cost. Good work costs 0 more, but is cheaper than poor work. • MONTANA ELECTRIC COMPANY 0 53 East Broadway A TcIcphonc-Officc, No. 13. Tclephonc.-Construction Department, No. 485 , « , ; Anaconda Copper Mining Co Hardware Department or BUTTS -he Corner of Quartz and Main Streets Mining and Blacksmith Supplies. Mechanics' Tools Shelf and Heavy Hardware REVOLVERS, GUNS, RIFLES AND AMMUNITION Montana Agents for Alsen & Salt Lake Portland Cements Wholesale and Retail Orders and Correspondence Solicited \awnaMMBMHHBnnBinanBiMaHr/ DRUNKENNESS She would have enjoyed hts c in versatlon more, she Bald, had he taken the Keeley treatment. Drug and Cigarette Habits Cured No confinement, no publicity, no r.b rupt shutting off of either liquor or opium. The only treatment adopted ty the United States government for use in national and state homes fur soldier* and sailors. The only Keeley Institute In the state. All others claiming to use Keeley reme dies are frauds and imitator«. Ladies treated as privately as at their own home. For terms and literature address TIIB KEELEY INSTITUTE. 164 East South First street, or Lock Box 480, Salt La ko City, Utah.