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buy a STEINWAY Piano that is your Ideal. You don't know ho, the idea came to you that Steinways are the best. We can tell you. It Is Public Opinion No one told you so. The world says so. and when the Steinway goes home you will know why better every day. Montana Music Co. 139 North Main St Sole Agents Fishing Tackle New Files, New Poles, New Lines, New Leaders, All Kinds of New Tackle. Baseball Goods Balls, Bats, flitts and Masksa--all prices from the cheapest to the best .....EVANS' BOOK STORE.... 124 North flain Street, Butte. The Value of Wall Paper lies in what is printed on them. You Want Good Colorings You Want Good Designs You Want Good Painting We have these in the very best styles and finish. No short rolls, no poor prints, no shoddy goods, high-priced if given away. Ellis Paint Co. Successors to Carder Bros Fhone 104. 17 E. Quartz St. For Light The Cheapest, the Best. For Heat The chapest, the most convenient and best. For Cooking Saves labor, saves money and food. Gas Office 202 Nerth Main street MONTANA UNDERTAKING COMPANY Funeral Directors Expert Embalmers THOS. LAVELL, Prop. Thos. Sullivan, Mgr. Phone 85. 1s2 E. Park, Butte Richards SHN BUTTE UNDERTAK ER F radctal Undertakers and Embalmer 140 W. FarkSt, Butte. Phone 307. J. D.M'm1BZOR VETERINARY SURGEON. Honorary graduate of the Ontario Veter inary college, Toronto, Canada. Treats all diseases of domesticated animals according to scientific principles. Office at Marlow s stables, 1o4 South Main street. Telephone a93. All cases promptly attended to. Gomething to See. Quaint and picturesque Salt Lake City, the beautiful Jordan and Provo valleys, Castle Gate, Book Cliffs, the Canyon of the Grande, l.eadville, "the City of the Clouds," Tennessee Pass, Marshall Pass, Black Can yon of the Gunnison, Curccanti Needle and the far-famed Royal Gorge are a few of the things to be seen along the Rio Grande lines between Ogden and Denver. No rail road on the globe offers such an array of diversified and eye-pleasing attractions, and when viewed from trains equipped with every modern convenience tending to suit all classes of travel, it is no wonder that the Rio Grande route is the most popular one across the continent. Three trains daily between Ogden and Denver. For full information, rates, maps, etc., or for copy of "Crossing the Rockies," write or call on the undersigned. W. C. McBride, General Agent, Butte, Mont. o Your Summer Wood. Dry Slab Wood-Easily sawed, quickly split; $4.75 cord. ap East Granite street. 'Phone o505. NORTHWEST COAL CO. AMUSEMENTS. Sutton's Broadway.-Overland minstrels. Sutton's Family-Dark. Maguire's Grand-Dark. Current Notes. Orton Bros.-Pianos and organs. o J. G. Bates, tuner, Montana Music Co., z 9 N. Main street. Tel. So4. M. A. Miller, the well-known Dillon physician, is spending the day in the city. Main springs. $t.oo; watches cleaned. $1.so; warranted. Mayer, 65 West Park. A son was born yesterday to the wife of Thomas McMahon, 8t5 High Ore Ter race. Phil Carr, the well-known traveling man of St. Paul, is making his regular visit in the city. Alexis Pfuhl, astro-phrenologist. Exam ination of life with chart, $.50o. At the Lennox. Col. P. R. Dolman left yesterday for Idaho, where lIe he has extensive mining in terests. W. C. Everson and wife of Townsend, are in the city and are registered at the Thornton. Mrs. I). J. Charles and daughter have returned from a month's visit in Southern California. John B. Wellcome is in the city from his ranch at l.reeklyn and is staying at the Thorntno. Mrs. Frank Conley of Deer l.odge and Miss May Tremblay of Missoula. are staying at the Thornton. Robert Barclay and J. F. ilaml;,ond were among the Helena people who grieved with the Senators at yesterday's defeat. A. C. Sanherg, for years associated with Dr. Hall the dentist, has moved into the new Clark building where lie is prac ticing dentistry for himself. o Bert Tonkin is home from the Colora'lo state university, where lie has been taking a course in medicine. lie will spend the summiter with friends in the city. Englewood Lots.-Perfect title, electrie line already graded, fine soil, soft water, new school house one block away. Lots sold on $io monthly payments. Mrs. Jessie C. Knox, Box 1054. o In Justice O)leson's cuirt in South Ilutte yesterday W\. E. Krouslop was acquitted of a charge of having assaulted I'. II. Pill ing with a revolver about three weeks ago. Mrs. A. Ruel and daughter, who have been spending the winter in California, have returned to Butte antd will leave in a few days for their ranch ill the Bitter Root. Miss R. M. Roe, sister of Charles Roe, in the employ of Charles \V. ('lark, ar rived this morning front Cast.mia, la., and will be the guest of her brother for some time. .Martha Ilently, aged g years, died yes terday at the residence of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. WVilliam Ientmly, No. 115 Harrison avenue, fromt where the futneral will take place tomorrow. Mrs. W\. Y. Pemberton received a dis patch front Judge l'eimlertot at Spolkane this morning denyiltg the story of his serious illness which gained some circ i lationl on the streets yesterday. Elizabeth Mo rrison and others have heeni sued by the ('arrl'ol I.tllller com Iany for the sutn of $171. The plaintlii illeget s tha;t the defclndai tst buJL ght Itint her worth the suo maitned fronti it and never paid the bill. Justice Taylor of South liutte is ill in St. Paul's hospital anud his friends ,.ar for the worst, as the judge is well along in years. His sickness is a general break ing dowi, the result of hard work and close attenmtion ton busiless. Suit has been brought in the di.Irict court by the J. T. Carroll Lumber enmpany to foreclose a lien for $ on against \'W. I':. Clewes and C'harles l)ickerman for olur . her alleged to have been furnished by the plaintitt and never paid for. L. S. Russell faced Justice ()lesni on a charge of cruelty to anlimnals and was found guilay. The testilony showed that on May 28 Russell han cruelly bIeaten' a horse while the animal was strugglilng in the meshes of a barbed wire fence. Judge IIarney has made an order authorizing Minnie A. Cameron, guardian of the estates and persons of Mary C. Cameron and other minors, to permit W. A. C'lark and others to take judgment against her for lots between Copper and Alaska streets upotl payment of $g;o. James l)ennison, recently elected police magistrate in \Valkerville, has been con fined to his bed for several days sullfer ing fromt a pulmonary affection with which he is troubled. While his condition yes terday was not such as to cause his friends any particular alarm, lie is re ported to le a very sick man. That Stella Jackson is not dead is no fault of her own, for she swallowed a large enough dose of morphine last night to kill almost anybody but a white woman who is hardened enough to live with a negro for a husband. Stella Jackson lives with her husband, Henry Jackson in the rear of 431 South Arizona street and the twain have frequent quarrels. Yesterday they quarreled and the womllani tried to cud her life. Verna Weeks, a i -year-oli girl, failed to show up at her home Wednesday night at the time that her mother tolls the fair. ily curfew. In the morning Verna's little cot was still empty. ller mother wenit down to the justice court and swore out two complaints, one charginig her dauglh ter with incorrigibility and the other charging one George Tripp with seduction. Justice Taylor of Couth Butte issued the warrants. Public Administrator Collins has filed an answer in the suit brought against him by Delia McGlynn as administrator of the estate of Thomas Siebert, alias John e Ie, deceased. The woman siued to force Col lins to convey certain real estate helong ing to Siebert's estate to her. The public administrator denies that she has any claim to the property and asks judgment against her for rent at $13 a imonth since April Ig, iooi, Much regret was expressed in Butte yesterday at the news of the accidental drowning of Father Cornelius O)'Rourke near Durango Wednesday. Father O'Rourke was well known both in Butte and Anaconda. A sister, Mrs. Ryan, a resideint of BJutte and another, Sister Bridget of St. Ann's hospital, died at Ana conda a few sdaws ago. Father O'Rourke was a classmate of Father Callahan of the church of the Sacred Heart. :l' TrRibbon SSale... At Hennessy's Today. Over a,ouo yards fine ifincy ribbons, ,1ought ex'priessly for this S.nt- B o y S ' S u its ntIer's trade. All new and up- to-date, suitable for the hair aid neck. N w M s ic Fancy wash ribbons with whilte iand" ,oloted stripies ,and faCncy effects i Only $2.65 Each big variety of styles. All going at abouhtt half their regular value. Ior For .alurady's selhug we oiler a choice Only 12/2c Copy itstanlce: of ... Ios' line all w]ol suit, all well Our entire stock of sheet music con- o0o yards, i 8 i.., 8 i-Jc values ................ ... .........c yard .styli.sh jelvots, cj.C..ite.s an fn;lcy taining the latest popular songs and III - . yards, t i-.s i1., c 1--c va tlues for ..... ................. yard worstIls. h1. pns have ptentt hand and strunLental pieces, coon songs, rag-tlin, 15o yards, I 1-R in., 15C values for ................ .. .....7 I J yard someI of Ith'll lar half Im.l, All sizes two-steps, etc., operatic an t other sel .c- ao yards. 3 in., l ol values for........ ... ...... ........... Ic yard fr hl s f' 8 to 4 years, )ill $c.os for tions regularly sold at 5oc to $0.oo a cl.ice of suits regnlarly sId at $5.o41 to t copy, will be sold tomorrow-Saturda:y 3-'5 yards, 4 in.. 35c values for ........................... nR i yard only at 12. -2C a copy. Call early in $7.5". Hlennessy's Ibasement and make yotl ur . 30 yarlds 5 i.., .oc valCes for...... ......n ........... . .......5cy yard a .hv v fit f .t hc 'xhlg.e or re.-. lection. . 30o yards, 5 ill., 65c values for ....... ... ...... .............35c yard turned. Trimmed Hats Nobby Styles in Hennessy's Millinery Dept. New Millinery New Walking Hats hIlre are some wonderfully good (,it Saturday you get the first Svalues inl the season's tmost effective glimpse of the newIl IllildstIunntit rt dretss styles; fresh from the fingers of our hatsi, inl white and light sttunnnery own iand New York ' expert millitners. sihales. 'T'hcy are Ibeautiies. I'r Prices range from $4.oo to $6.50 each. raInge from $12..5o to $15.00i each. Straw sailor hats in white at 5oc, .5'. $1.0o, $t1.5 and $1.5o each. Black straws at 75c and $1.-5. Knox Hats Here in All Styles Women's Suits at $13.65 Values Up to $29.50 Suit. This is: a argaill for Saturday onlly. Yutr clhoice of several lilne t;ailor madlle suits, all wool Vlenetians, etamines, heo, spans. ,.te., in tight fitting ,ton and hblouse jackets, nicely litnedl with petrcal.,o skirls lined with piercaline. (iolors are gray. black. navy, t)xford and royal 1iI,. All siztes from .p" to .Ii iniches. Values iup to $29.50 for $13.65. l)on't ,iiis this sale. I For Saturday Night Only 7:30 to 10 O'clock Choice 65c Each rite, well made corsets of coutil aml batiste in pink, diah, blc ni l white, straight frot, bias cut, sizes i1 to "3 inches. ()nly t65 eachI Good Percale Wrappers With o,-inch flouncel around skirt, ruilh , over shoulders anwl lol rn yok(e, trilll Sitedi with inarrow braid, separate tight-ilting linings, colors red. black, gray, blue, with white figurc.s. Sizes 34 to .1I ihh ,. Icgtular $i.oi values for (s5c. Girl's Straw Hats Boys' Percale Shirts The Mciican shapc in bluc and i auidleredl shirts with dithacheid cults whitec, rrl aiid white au d brown at n io collars, a ;ii l :tttll diuiu d iel.r ,hl l white with colored antids of cotton cord. -lih, lavenderli and red. 7c aild $u,.t Only 25c each. vhlit's for 5iC. Ihny,' percl le wai st, with small ttrn STake Elevator to ,i. cop.iar, in Ite,,ink and laven.tr Second Floor ..ip ,'. , t,., 1 h. "AT " ý T/.""XI'l."ýl'117 ^ 7IY ýý'1<7."A'1L7, ýX['A 11Y!"C7I7." X1I7."X~ 7: .l 117 ý.1C C "ýK1 .X " k'17!" r, "ý. KALISPELL'S NEW BUILDINGS Public Structures to Be Erected at Flat head County's Capital. "Kalislpell is about to ienir oiln ni era of public buihling col tt rructiont that will do us all a great deal of good," said a man from that town today. "The total cost of these buildings will he $u,ooo. "These buildings will include a $65,000 courthouse, a $io,io lilrary, donated by ('arnegie and a $2o.oii high schorl. The construction of these three large buillings nleans steady enllloynlient to hundreds of artisans and means. we believe in Kalis pell, the dawn of a boom: not a boom in the sense of a harulll-scaru ll boo Ist in prices of realty, but a steady, healthy booin. "Aside from these three buildings, there are a score of lmore of large builinlgs and residences to be built. Just keep your eye on Kalispell." FUNERAL OF J. J. LYONS He Was Well Known in Butte as "a Mechanical Engineer. James J. lIyons was buried this after noon from the Meaderville M. IE. church, Rev. A. II. Ilenry olliciating. lie died Wednesday night at his home in Meader ville after a continued illness from cancer of the stomach. Mr. Lyons was born in Scotland, On tario, 58 years ago, and has been employed as mechanical engineer for the BHoston & Montana and M. (). ', coinlanies for sev eral years, and at the time of his death had been acting in the capacity of en gineer in the power house of the Leonard mine in Meadervile, lie leaves a widow and son, Frank Iyons. R. F. PEARCE GOES EAST Well Known Man to Live in New York Hereafter. Richard F. Pearce, who for several years has been suplerintendent of the Colo rado smelter in this city, left last evening for New York, where he will occupy the responsible position as consulting engineer with the Amalgamated Copper company. Numerous friends in the city regret his departure and wish for him a like success in his new field. Mr. Pearce was one of the prominent young men in the social world of Butte, having been president of the Silver Bow club and a leading spirit in golf and other sports. The annual stockholders meeting of the Beaverhead Copper Mining and Smelting company will he held in the banquet room of the Masonic and I. O. O. F. building, Walkerville, Mont., on Tuesday, June joth, at :30 p. in, Signed: JOSIAH HODGE, Pres. WM. I. BALL, Soc. Hotel Arrivals At the Finlen. \. Ilirsch, Chicago; W. A. Selvidge, St. I'.,l: J. S. (handler, Red Lode; J. N. I ,ln.'' , l, Ilillilgt ; A . I':. TJaylor, Ilillinllg ; \t igiat II. Ilamilton, Ihelena; Mrs. W. II. Juistism, ,Grecat Falls; W. C. llam mewl, Anaconda; I1. II. Volts, Rochester: H. . Selway, Itelle Fountrche; Robert II. lB.r, l:ay, I elena; J. I. I la numnid, l lena; (, S. E. 'Weiner, Anaconda; William )ay id,n,ii Salt I.ake (City: E. F. Weaver, Aiacouila; Miss P. M. Itoe, ('iasIan , l.i; J. 1. Ward, Kansas City; A. J. Van A l-:ine, (Omahal ; (; . Le. ster, Ihelelna; A. 11. D)Omann, lienton Joe Sterling, Jr., ("rai; Dr. I. I. I)odds, I)Deer odge; ( ,rge II. Willey, Manhattan, N. Y,; J. \. IHoward, Dillon. At the Thornton. A. J. J. ondon, (llChicago; . A. Vos bo,,rgh, Chicago; R. S. (;ree, Chicago; II. I. Keen, Chicago; J. It. IFitzpatrick, Chlicago; J. 1. Welcomei, C('reeklyn; John Cailbell, San Francisco; J. It. Katherns, Milwaiikee; Mrs. raink C(:oley, l)eer I.ldel Miss May Trembllly, Missoula; Frank Furst, Two Little Waiifs; F. Car peinter, New York: A. II. Wilson, Phil ldclphia, 'Pa.; Sam 1). (;oza, Helena; L. C. Parker, Helena; C. L. Perry, IHlelena W. C. lEversotn and wife, Towinseind; Mrs. DI). IHlayward, Mexicani City; IK. E. Lunt hid, Ainaconda; Mrs. W. l. Mointgomiiery, Anlaconda Miss I'd ina W\aterliury, Ana contla; Andrew Urqulhart, Hassel.; James Ki'nIIlaw, Iloston; Joseph Furst, ('incli nati.; II. . Ives, Ilelenaa; T. Ilates, SpIu k:m-n; II, A. Roberts, New Ylork City; R. P. A\kios, Deniver; Tlhomaiis T. Ilaas, New Y.,rk; M. A. Miller, M. 1)., Dillon; Junilus Y,iung, Salt Lake. At the Southern. 1,, 11. Craughlin and soni, Deer Lodge; \'. I.cL, San Fraincisc; lGeorge Ttecker, FartIo, N. I).; L.ee V. Reed, Anaconda; r,'. P. It. Agetoni ;iml soni, Twin Bridges; Il.i, B. A. Muniroe, 'T'roy, Mont ; A. J. li nltt, Ainacondla; A. F. I acock, (;reat l.;l, ; F.. 1.. M irils, Ihelena; IEd ('leophas, Chicago ; K. Cleophas, ('Chicago ; R. (:ollin, Isle of Man; Philippe Fortini, Isle of iMan; L.. A. Knlight, Uoston; W. A. Ilink ley, Kanllsas City; Joe Willialms, Kansas City; E. Rose, Kalispell; I. P. Clifton, Kaliipell; M. J. Tahmpler, lelena. $34.50 Slmnmer Excursion East. The Great Northern Railway company will sell round-trip tickets to Minneapolis for $34.50, good going July 4, 5 and 6, and good returning until September I. Stop. over allowed at all points on return trip. For further information call at Great Northern office, 41 North Main street, Butte. J. E. Dawson. General Agent. * Hosiery Sile In Hennessy's Notion Dept, ()lir notion ll an finds hlll I is ovrle.tal ked wlith (. se gtoo or more o/ein pa,;lirs of boo-I hosiery. Sit the only lhilg to thi is to cut lhl' puire :Int II t our hucky .ns lot'ers reap the attvait:ige of our low figures, ehildren's Hosiery Women's Hosiery Rihbb td 'cottoll hot. ; fast 11.at'k an, Ist black nt. ii u,;,,; full nshinil staIlelss ; dhntshl s. th's ;,11I widh' ,,Id ("dI; ,houhh. s,,hs In tl . , i ,," we ight l'or ti;irroitw trits; hiLtSt i Ilt !J. ()ilr ,.iii + htllllllllll w .ill. 'ty. 15 Quality for ioc Two Pairs for 25c 5 a l ityttk ttor ho . ('hihlrcn's line m.orn host'; heavy :snol goodI into. +itl;lsl,: ,l nhh. suhs, .II lilne ribs; dou, hh, kil lls - l and slt ; ex- si/zs. 1II n .s5r ytel 1y. rcllient for tis ;it schooll ; itsites ' I. Three Pairs for 5oc S)ur t5c itlality. T hree Pairs for 5oc .'",, '"o l . ,' ll,,,i' ..... l,, ,";,,.,,' oh' an 1 41.a h + d It'l ; light in ( 1' ih hi'r ' 's b la c k ' ot fo n a n d l is le s a i hlel. l t i thrIi hs.'; l1ny+" 1rx'' I lck double wl''hht kthes and s.les;: full fslhiitonid; Ion: 35C Quality for 25c ; nl il (1h 11 h h' le i hs .. ih tr so - n o se I oi .151 " \\ . 111 . 1 '. r a':dl M 1. 1 . lo' it l nl,. ' or 1 ,h \" Iln. k i l: 11 ll lashioned.. , h11,h Three Pairs for $0.oo ellt, "111.. In i 1 e. s. ,sol onlyv i the \I' 0) ,t ptaii( Io $.i. o . Iii,,I $,.d I\\'nen's faIn' v black hotsiery ; .li open 11 i1i.1 c ri work, drop stitch .$... lat . i,, l.ie; ,rel A Iargaint t l o-ii i. , line II.'a Ii i I.£ Wily d dh'rlp Going at 5oc Pair ,St,, ,... . ", y ,,, 1,,,,,1, hou' in stnipes, p1olka .1ol,; eonabsuler to\'als Monta1ld n.I|ja,,.J VJ , ',.. i n ope wo 'i Iell ; ' su Iyl rice 65c Sale Price 75 Pair Y..o.. weiuh, fr ...nn.n.er. w, .v4. , ... (1o;1)1y of liltm. i , IThat is why we give Por Prlday and Saturday "" I""i''ry only For 75c Pair Mail Orders BButntet to Montana t ( G ·· ·~i Yf l'YY.ICYY ~>jcrC.ý4?i It's Quality That Makes Its Sales a Million a Week The Harvard Cigar .. . ..... .. .. .. .... .. "7 . . . .. .. .... . ----- · ".- -·- ----'.--- ·- ·-- PARASITE OF SPOTTED FEVER Doctors Have Corralled Cause of Disease, but Are Shy on Cure. "What is the age limit of a parasite? It its life cycle four score years and tell or manIy years less or does it bloom, anl fale' as the daisy in the bell hat's what we walnt to know." 11. G. Jerome of Missoula was the speaker and he looked quizzically at the pale younlg mIan Ibefore him. "'1 tloubt lie muctlh if youl kniow why we are interested in this parasite ill Mis soula, but this parasite is the basis of spotted fever that has been raging inl the ilitler Root valley and inl the environs of Missoula. I)r. William (howning, bac teriologist of the University of Minnesota and Dr. i. II. Wilson, the eastern bac teriologist, who inves atetl the mysteri ous tdisease that we call spotted fever, say that a parasite is the basis of the disease. "T'hatl's as far as they go. They don't tell us anoything about the parasite. They frankly acknowledge that it causes spot ted fever but they don's enlighten ns oni how to get at the pe.ky thing. T'hey don't evein know how ,old it is or how old it may live to be. They ackniwledge that No, if they told us the age limit of the parasite it woull help .oome. \Ve could prepare for the funeral. Itut they donl't. "If we know something ablout this para site; if we could get at it we might strangle it to death or give it kerosene or do something, but we don't know a thing aboiut it except that it's a parasite. "This information from these experts to the layman is just like reading a; treatise on 'how to get a million dollars with thirty cents.' It's in the book, but you can't get at the money." Best wood, $4.75 cord. City \Voodyard, ai8 South Main. Telephone 184. " The Northern Pacific attach an electric lighted sleeper to their "North Coast limited" leaving Butte Eastbound daily at 12:50 a. m. Car is ready for reception of pasengers at g:3o p. m. There Are Always Some Busy Ones. Those wh, Ilhave occasioni to write the detective agenl'cy or call at their oltices for in formation of any kinrl always receive the hest of adcvice that can be given by their knowledge an;d Ilog experience. Why is it that soeni people will stand to lose jewelry or vahoal,lcs of dilfereint kinds aind say nothing about it ? Why they do this when they are in a position to get their vrlablle exlperience, we do not know. " Eastbound Excursion Rates via the Rio Grande. On June 7, t, 8 , o,4 and r6, the Rio Grande lines will sell excursion tickets as follows: Missouri river points and return..$42 0o St. Louis and return ............ 40 5o Chicago and return. ........... 53 j Final limit to return Septe.mber i5. A trip via this line is the grandest on the American contin1.nt, 1passing as it does directly through Salt L.ake City, where a stop-over is alloweud, (ilenwood Springs, Canyon of the Granrie, Royal Gorge, Maui tou, Colorado Springs and Denver. Call on or write us at 47 East Broad way, Ilutte, for illustrated literature and other information desired. W. C. McBRIDE, (;enceral Agent. Teachers' Excursion. Northern I'acilic Railway will sell on June 7, 8, to, 34 and :6 round trip tickets with final limits as follows: St. I'aul, Minncapolis, Duluth and return .......................$42 oo Omaha, St. Joseph, Council iluffs, Kansas City and return........ 4a oo Chicago and intermediate points and return .........................5 5 So St. Louis and intermediate points and return ....... ....... . 49 50 Rates also in effect to all other prin cipal points west of Chicago. For fur ther information and berth reservation call on or write, W. 11. MERRIMAN, Gent' Agt., N. P. Ry, Cor. Park and Main streets.