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buy a STEINWAY Pluao that is your ideal. You don't know how the idea came to you that Steinways are the best. We can tell yo. It Public Opinion No one told you so. The world says so. and when the Steinway goes home you will know why better s.wry day. IMonana Music Co. 119 North Main St Sole Agents EVANS' BOOK STORE 124 N. MAIN ST. Sets of six balls TABL[ for 1$.75 and up-TI I wards. ....... I [NNI5 Headquarters for fishing tackle and baseball goods. "NOXALL" PREPARED PAINT As the name implies, this paint "Noxall" other paint on the market. It will cover 3oo square feet of sur face two coats. It is put up in 24 good shades, for inside or outside use. We warrant every gallon of it. We have the sale of it exclusively in this state and are selling it for $1.50 PER GALLON Ellis Paint Co. Euccessors to Carder Bros Phrone 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 o02 North Main -treet MONTANA UNDERTAKING COMPANY Funeral Directors Expert Embalmers THOS. LAVELL, Prop. Thos. Sullivan, Mgt. Phone 83. sa2 E. Park, Butte . NO. 68i-NOTICBt OF SALE. In the District Court of the Second Judicial District of the State of Montana, in and for tnh County of Silver Bow. In the matter of the estate of Jeremiah Roach, deceased: Notice is hereby given that in pursuanee of an order of sale, made and entered by the sbove-entitled district court, on the 31st day of March A. D. sea, in the matter of the estate of Jeremiah Roach, deceased, the under. signed, administhatrix of said estate, will sell at ,ublic auction, subject to confirmation by said court, the following described real prop. crty, to.wit: An undivided one-fourth interest In and to the Nora Lode claim situated in Silver Bow county, Montana, and which is desigrast.d in the United States Land office at Helena Montana, as Lot Number two hundred and eighteen (at8), Township three (3) north, Range seven (7) west. Said sale will be made on Saturday, the 3rd day of May, s oa, at a o'clock p. m, of said day, at the door of the courthouse of the above-entitled court, on West Granite street, in said county of Silver Bow, Montana. Terms of said sle are for cash, to per cent of the bid payable at the time of sale and latlance upon confirmation of said sale by the court. ALICE ROACH, Administratrix of Estate of Jeremiah Roach, deceased, Dated April a, egos. The foregoing sale is further postponed until Saturday, June 28, eIoa, at a o'clock p. m. at the time and place specified in the above notice. ALICE ROACV., Administratrix of Estate of Jetemiab Roach, Deceased. The foregoing sale is further postponed until Saturday, July 5th, at the time and place in the above notice. ALICE ROACH, Administ:atrix of the Estate of Jeremiah R£oa, Deccased AMUSEMENTS. At the Grand-Dark. Sutton's Family-"Jesse James." Sutton's Broadway--Dark. Current Notes Orton Bros.-Pianos and organs. o Dr. Aylseworth, office, Lizzie block. o J. M. Saylor is at the Butte, registered front Dawson City, Alaska, Beebe Grain Co.-Wheat, corn, chop feed, hay, grain, oil cake. o Dan Boyle of the Northern Pacific rail road, is in Butte today. J. G. Bates, tuner, Montana Music Co., sig N. Main street. Tel. So4. o Best wood, $4.75 cordl City W\oodyard. 218 South Main. Telephone 184. o A. J. Haggerty and wife of Seattle are among the guests at the Finlen. Dr. G. A. Chevigny, the dentist, has re moved his office to the Clark building. o Dr. A. I.. Ward. one of Boulder's well known physicians, is a Butte visitor today. Main springs, $i.oo: watches cleaned, $.5o ; warranted. Mayer, 65 W\est Park. Dr. C. W. Sweat of the state board of health is at the Finlen, registered fromn Great Falls. Henry I.. Sherlock, sheriff of Jefferson county, came in on the (;reat Northern last evening. J. H. L.eysnn has been granted a cle fault judgment in Judge Harney's cont against James S. Watson. L. A. Metzel, one of the thriving citi zens of Monida, came in from the South this morning. Mr. and Mrs. E. Ernderlin and Mr. (:harles Martin of Granite passed through the city yesterday en route to St. L.ouis, James )O'Real. secretary of the Fruit growers' union, is in Butte attending to official business in connection with this year's fruit crop. Mr. I. E. l.arkin, formerly with the Case, Gravelle & Ervin Co., left yesterday for Pony. kHe will be with the l.argey estate at that point. Deputy County Clerk R. S. Kennedy has returned from a trip to Boise and Atlanta, Idaho, where he spent two weeks looking after mining interests. Mr. E. S. Morgan, late of the Great Falls .Leader, passed through Butte yesterday en route to Portland, where lie is to take a position on the Oregonian. A. C. Sanberg, for years associated with Dr. Hall the dentist, has moved into the new Clark building, where he is prac ticing dentistry for himself. o (;Gabriel ('lancy. nephew of Judge Clancy, is expected to arrive in Butte today. lie will visit his uncle for a time and may locate permanently in this city. Miss Rose O'Malley, assistanlt contty clerk and recorder, retusntd, yesterday from a visit to Portland, Ore.. and re sumed her duties in the office today. Rev. Mr. August Gustafson, pastor of the Swedish mission, has returned from (Galesburg, Ill., where he attended the annual convention of the Swedish church. City Health Officer T. J. Sullivan in his report for June shows a total of ;.i deaths for June. Of contagious discase:s, 23 cases were reported. There w. re St births during the month. Englewood Lots-Perfect title, electric line already graded, fine soil, soft water, new school house one block away. Lots sold on $So monthly payments. Mrs. Jessie C. Knox, Box 1034. 0 Mr. P. C. Brunton and Mrs. I.. Bryan, who have been visiting in Butte for several weeks, left yesterday for Council Bluffs, Iowa. They will return in the near future to make Butte their home. Mrs. Charles E. Redman of No. 720 South Wyoming street, wife of Freight Agent Redmsan of the Northern Pacific railroad, left for New York yesterday. She will be absent several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Clinton and children have returned from Ohio and Indiana, where they have been visiting. Mr. Clin ton went East three weeks ago and joined his family on their homeward journey. Discussion over a water right led to the shooting of Rudolph Caprara by Bob Rand Monday at Elk Park. There had been trouble between the two for sosme time. Caprara's wound in the right leg is not serious, and no arrests have been made. The following officers were elected at the annual meeting of the Hligh School Alumnae association, held last evening; President. O. J. Saville, '95; vice president, Phil B. C. Goodwin. '91 ; secretary, Miss Martha Fish, 'oo; treasurer, Miss Emma Dunstan, '95. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. WVren of Chicago, relatives of General Agent Merriman of the Northern Pacific, left for Chicago last night after having spent a few days as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merriman in this city. They had just finished a tour of the Yellowstone Park. Suit has been brought in the district court by the Butte & Boston Mining pom pany against John Curran to obtain pos session of two lots alleged to be on the surface of the Belle of Butte and the Anna and Tda lode claims and for $2oo damages. The plaintiff says it owns tihe property and that the defendants wrong fully took possession of it. The Northern Pacific railroad has ad justed a settlement for the death of Fred Muller, killed in the recent wreck at Staples, Minn., satisfactory to the relatives of the deceased. The widow will arrive in Butte next week to make her home, for the present, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert G;reasley. Muller was the second son-in-law of Mr. Greasley to meet death in railway service. At a meeting last night of Hotel and Restaurant Employes' union, No. 2, fol lowing officers were elected: President, Thomas Foley; vice-president, William E. Palmer; recording secretary, Charles L.. Hilditch: financial secretary, Fred Wilson; treasurer, W. Leedom; dele gates to Silver Bow Trades and Labor assembly, Thomas Foley, Fred Cronin, V. Post and W. P. Brooks. I Richards THE BUTTE UNDERTAKER Pr.ctilcsU.1sl:rlrar a 1 8En'IIstI; 140 W. rSlt., Butte. Phone 307., Men's Summer Suits The Season's Nobbiest Styles Three of a Kind, AII Drawing Cards, but Different Suits The new three.button sack, the new two.button double.breasted and the new Norfolk are shown In a variety of styles, all finely tall. ored garments, the best New York's wholesale tailors can produce. Plannel and cheviot coats, trousers, too. Some half lined suits, cool enough for warm days and warm enough for cool nights. The most practical of warm weather wearables. All other kinds for all kinds of weather and all kinds of men are here. Prices $10.00, $12, $15. $18, $20 and $25 suit, and the biggest values ever shown. " 100 Nobby Suits Reular $100 and Only ~y25.00 Values R lilttle lot we bought from one of New York's leading tailors at a low figure. The styl is are all new and up to date and of the wanted kind. Hand. some garments, well made of fancy cheviots and black and blue serges, 9 worsteds and cheviots. We haven't all sizes, but we can fit most figures. Come and see. Each Serge suits, stylishly cut and well tailored, made in We have a very handsome assortment of summer the new, two-button, double breasted and the new single- suits showing the latest fashions in style, texture, cut and breasted sack styles. Some are lined with silk. finish. All sizes. Prices from $15.oo to $25.oo a suit. 'Foulard Silk Sale Silks Most Seasonable QL..ove. At Rates Most Reasonable S ale of K ids Nearly three thousand yards of this season's most stylish silks are to be sacrificed this week. To examine these choice goods Is to satisfy oneself that this is In reality a silk sale out weuring tile tllre first days of this of the ordinary. Here are the freshest styles in the most fashionable, the most serviceable and week we will give our customers solmeC thing to talk about, as the followinig stylish textures that a woman can wear in summer.Marked at prices that make buying profits. tigures will testify: ble. Some and satisfy yourself that what we say is so. "P. & L." French Gloves Foulard Silks Foulard Silks Poulard Silks Regular $1.50 Quality 65c and 75c qualities Our $1.00 Quality Our $1.50 Quality Only 73c Pair Only 39c Yard Only 65c Yard Only 85c Yard 2,0o00 airs of these well-known At this particularly low pri.e we These are liberty satin foulards ill Sonlme o piecei t libnrly s:itin, plain gloves, with 2 and 3-clasps, black, oiter several hundred yards oft plain a handsome variety of d.esign s aiil cl- s.ilk :,1i11 p.eaiu d' ,aier fiii-h foulards ini whit te ad all colorings, in all sizes. silks, pretty printed patterns in orings, including light aiid dark bIluens, the latest shades oif tani, m Ide, briwn utt s biggest argai. pik, green, brow , blue, black and black, white, rseda gre.l, rose, teians, r ,se, rc i geei .t hia and airk "Flavia" French Kids other colored grounds with contrasting reds, green, pink and Persian and I)lly blues, etc, with pirtty ligredI efft'ets Regular $1.75 Quality figures. Width is .4 inches and the \'ardtlen eiflects. They snake up ieau- in bhlack and white. A superb quitality, Reular uality present price but 3c yard. Astonishl- tiffully and are strictly uip tio datel . fll .t4 i.nches. wide. $e.5o value for Only 95c Pair ingly hligh values these. Width, e4 inches. Price o.nly 6,'g yardL, 8 r. These gloves are made of the finelst Preech kid. Paris point stitching aiind Scrochet. All sizes ins al shades, in- Mall Orders to H e Butte, Montana cludilg black antl white. I\ h .I" " I" Is I\ .. I.. . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . .'C\ \ I /" C C DISASTERI FOLLOWS THE "FLY-BY-NIGHT" COMPANY Tabernow Has Hard Luck With His Minstrel Company and is Fined. Jack Tabernow, advance agent for a fly by-night minstrel show known as "King Edward's All Star Company of Singers," was fined $So in police court this morning on a charge of intoxication. The advance man of the King's Own explained the rea son for his condition very explicitly, but Jpdge Boyle refused to consider the ex cuse and imposed the fine. The company with the imposing name that 'Taernow represents has not been do ing any more business than is necessary at the watertank towns and it frequently happened that board bills were not met with the promptness that might be ex pected from a company with such a high sounding title. I.ast week in Clancy the company failed to settle with its landlord and that gentle man kindly consented to travel with the troupe until the money was forthcoming. At Logan it was discovered that the new man with the show could sing tenor and accordingly he was put into the chocus. Business at logan was no better than it was at Clancy and a second landlord joined the company. lie, too, sang tenor and was pressed into service. From l.gan the company went to Man hattan where business, if possible, was even worse than it had been at the other places. here also a hotel keeper joined the crowd and upon being asked if lie could sing told the manager that his iriends had always told hi lie he had a good tenor voice. The manager of the company immedi ately wired to Tabernow, "Make rate for company in Butte at hotel where pro prietor sings bass." But disaster followed as stated. ANNOUNCES JULY DOCKET Judge Harney Sets List of Cases for Early Part of Month. Judge Ilarney has reset the following cases for trial in his court: Iouis Dupuis vs. George IE. Doll and others, July I; Robert Scott vs. V. A. ('lark, et al, July 2; If. L. Frank vs. William ('oozmbs, July 3; Mary II. Bat tego vs. M. .Caviall, ca al, July 3; William tego vs. M. Caviall, et al, July 3; K. S. Ratteiger vs. J. \V. Swain, July 7; S. A. Hall vs.. I). Vailencount, July 7; Maxinie l.elandc, et al, vs. John Astle, July 7; George H. Casey vs. WVilliam 'Thompson, July 8; George II. Casey vs. I.ee Mantle, July 8: Willard F. Martin vs. J. R. Reed, and others, July o; Timothy Nolan vs. Montana Central Railway company, July o; Robert Doyle, administrator, vs. D. J. Hfennessy, ct al, July to; I'. J. Brophy vs. Patrick Downey and wife, July II. BROKE HIS MARITAL OATH Miss Clara McGivern Asks Divorce on Grounds of Unfaithfulness. Clara McGivern began an action for divorce against F. J. McGivern in the district court today. In her complaint, prepared by Daniel Yancey, she states that the marriage of the defendant and herself took place in Omaha, Neb., February 18, 1896, and that they have lived in Montana five years. She charges that McGivern has been unfaithful as a husband. Dry 5lab Wood. The best for summer; easily sawed and quickly split. $4.75 cord. NORTHWEST COAT, CO., 29 East Granite. 'Phone Sos. (Hotel Arrivals At the Butte. 1,. A. Metzel, Monida; II. Sounmers, HIleena; W. II. Wallace, St. Paul; Iewis A. Moore, Philadellphia; Mrs. F. Newland, Everett; Thomas Parker, Hutchinson; E. Minor, Chicago; J. W\. I'Benedict, Port Slurotn; C. W. T'hurston, Ilelena; J. M. Salor, )awson; C. F. Ilolmes, Mi!neral Point; Mrs. C. It. lturket, I'ipestone; J. J. McMahon and wife, St. Paul; F. Waldo Wood, New York; F. I. Farmer, St. 'aul; (:larettce I)e Armond, Chicago; George II. Maires, New York; W. J. Kearney, Cli cago; John Surgatit, Malia; Charles E. Dewey, Hlenry S. I)ewey, New York. At the Fineon. A. J. Ilaggerty and wife, Setattle; Tl'homtas I)unnie, Spokane ; M. Witkoskey, RI(rochs ter, N. V. ; Henry I.. Sherlock, W. Sutton, Itouller; William J. IDelaney, New York; C. W. Sweat, Great Falls; C. Carisotn and wife, Norris; S. II. Page, ltuby; G. J. Wickham, WVaterloo; C. Wicklanttd and wife, Jilnifalo; John D)e Land, St. L.ouis; ':. C. Denerese, l'hiladelphia; W. C. Vani Sant. Columbus ; 1)r. A. I.. Ward, BIouder; I). Boyle, l.ivingston; A. R. Creigh. (Chi cago; Mrs. I.. I. Itailar and sn.lt, Edgar, Neb. ; II. J. Scully. Chicago; F. M. Curtis, 'fTom C. Glora, I lomnestake ; Edward Mc Cook, Stone; G. C, Collins, I[elena; A. ). Taylor, St. Paul; M. WVarren, ban Fran cisco; W. E. Estes, Washilgton, I). C. At the Thornton. M. Alp. D)yckerhoff, Gerimany; William Thiby, G(ermany; Jolt hin F, liallaine, Seat tie; I)r. J. Sheahon, St. Catherincs ; eao llamlurger, St. louis; F. II. PIutnam, Rostio ; J. B. Waltz, Ilclena ; K. S. Ilar bough, Seattle; It. . \Vyrell, Minne apolis; Samuel I). Gaoza, Ielena I.. 11. Bird, Chicago; A. II. iPogsley, New York S. M. Iong, Spokane; I.. M. Johnlllso, Spokane; ()scar I. Iticlihnbachl, Sanl Fran cisco; S. W. l.evine and wife, New York; William M. Levine, New York; Mrs. F. W. Brown, Miss J. Stengle, M. M. Sol insky, Mrs. L. Solinsky, lleaumont, Tex.; C. G. l.endlteck, St. Joseph. At the Southern. Philip Shea, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Frank Watrtnis, James A. Irvin, Wallace, Idaho; WV. II. Iaymond and wife, Mary C. Bliroom field, Klansas City; John Fergus, Utica, Mont.: J. Stevenson, Wallace, Tdaho ; E. E. Kinceok, W\abash, Ind.:; Edward Mor gan, Portland, Ind. ; Wilson Kilburi, ['ortland, Ind.; R. Prenvost, Nfinneapolis; Romatn Mix, Kalispell, W. S. Maple, Ilel ena; .Mike Wangstead, Biaker City ; C. IH. Jeansen, Salt I.ake; Oliver Wilson, Salt lake; J. M. Candor, Ben Wallace, Chi cago. Quaint and picturesque Salt Lake City, the beautiful Jordan and Provo valleys, Castle Gate, Book Cliffs, the Canyon of the Grande, Leadville, "the City of the Clouds," Tennessee Pass, Marshall Pass, Black Can yon of the Gunnison, Curecanti 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 allclasses 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. Everywhere in America THE SOCIAL FAVORITE IS mn flarvard Cigar 1he GREAT BUFFALO AND WILD WEST SHOWS UNITED I'xhiitin, tlhe ()nly IHerI fd Wildi i btiaif Now in "xixst nce. A Realistic and Unique Presentation of Pioneer Life Upon the Plains of the Par West. R Congress of the Most Experienced Rough Riders in the World. LRDY BRONHeO BUSTERS RND ROPE JUGGLERS Who IDefy the l.aws of (Gravitation. Largest as,-enmilage of wihl Western ldiai.s ever exhiblited in America. Noted chiefs mid warriors from ten different tri es, in native dances awl c.remonie s in creations of bewihering rostutt ll s ll itd .(colors. 1,000 Men and Horses are to be Seen Withl this Colonssal Aggregation of Wild VWestern Wonders. POSITIVELY LAST APPEARANCEB Of thin Wildest of WVild WVest Shows Now (touted for Far Eiast aud Eutropean Iount Irices. grand Street Parade, Accompanied by the Celebrated Lowboy Band. Will Exhibit July 3 fternoon... and Rt Butte..... Evening........ NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION FOR FINAl. I)ISCHiARGIE OF BANKRUPT. In the District Court of the United States, District of Montana. In the matter of James C. Farrell, bank rupt: Notice is hereby given that on the 27th day of June, A. D., 190o, in the above entitled court, James C. Farrell filed his petition for a final discharge and that the said court fixed the 3d day of September, A. D. 190o, at to a. m., at the courtroom of said court, in the city of Butte, Silver Bow county, Montana, as the time and place for hearing said petition, at which time and place all creditors and other persons interested may appear and olfer objections, if any they have, why said petition should not be granted and said petitioner discharged. Witness, the Honorable Hiram Knowles, judge, and the seal of said court affixed, at Helena, Montana, this a28th day of June, A. D., 1gos. Attest: GEO. W. SPROI.TI.E, [SEAL,.] Clerk.