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buy a STEINWAY Imeo- that hs ourt ieal. You dea't know how theldea came t you that Strnways are the best. Wemas tlyu. Itis Plab&e Opianioe No one tod you so. The weld says so. and when the Stenway goes home you waii know why bett.er ,ery day. Montana nMsic Co. 1a9 North Main St. Sole Agents [VANS' BOOK STORE 124 N. MAIN ST. Sets of six balls IAB[[ for $. 1.75 an5 d u T[NNIS wrs,,,.......I[NNI Headquarters for fishing tackle and baseball goods. The Value of Wall Paper lies in what is printed on them. You Wast Good Colorings You Wait 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. Euccessors to Carder Bros Phone 104. 17 E. Quartz St. For Light The Cheapest, the Beat For Heat The chapest, the most convenient and best. ForCooking Saes labor saves money and food. Gas Office 203 North Maln Streot MONTANA UNDERTAKING COMPANY Funutal Directors Expert Embalmers THO3. LAVELL, Prop. Thos. Sullivan, Mlr. Phone 8.. ,"tal E. Park, Butte J. D4IQ'-ý4R EOR i VE NAQ' SURGEON. Honorary graduate of the Ontario Veter Inary college. Toronto, Canada. Treats all diseases of domesticated animals sacording to scientific principles. Office at Marulow ' stables, 1o4 South Main street. Telephone spa. All cases promptly attended to. Richards THE BUTTE UNDERTAKER Fracltcal Undertaker and Embalmer, 140 W. ParkSt., Butte. Phone 307. For Sale....... First-Class New Lodging House...... Located in the the heart of 4lty. Will sell for $1,000s less than cost, on easy terms. Party wants o leave town. addresss J. Il., later Mountali Current Notes. Orton Bros.-Pianos and organs. 0 Dr. Aylseworth, office, Lizzie block. o Ned 0. Walker of lelena is a guest at the Montana. W. E. Brooks of West Superior, Wis., is at the Montana. A. C. Sandberg., dentist, has opened offices in the new Clark block. W'illiam Baird of New York was an Ana conda visitor yesterday. J. R. Clark is over from Anaconda to day, registered at the Finlen. J. G. Bates, tuner, Montana Music Co., sip N. Main street. Tel. So4. o Superintendent T. W,. Buzzo of the Alice company was in Ielena yesterday. Best wood, $4.75 cord City Woodyard, sz8 South Main. Telephone 184. o Beebe Grain Co. for bike wagons, carts, speeding wagons, traps and broughams. o James Breen, a well-known mining mani of Spokane, is in Butte today on business. W. F. Fietz and Mrs. Fiets are in front Aldridge and are staying at the 'Thornton. E. W. King and wife of Lewiston are spending a few days with friends in lutte. Main springs. Sr.oo; watches cleaned, 0t.5o; warranted. Mayer, 65 West Park. Miss Grace Tucker left yesterday for Hunters' Hot Springs to spend her va cationl. Thomas Williams and W. W. Simmons and son of Butte were Anaconda visitors yesterday. A mariage license was issued yesterday to Frank Mitchell and Mary McVeigh, both of Butte. Mr. and Mrs. James Chambters left last night for a six-weeks' absence in Chicago and New York. M. M. Duncan. one of the well-known residents of Virgintia City, is spending the day itl Butte. Mrs. W. E. Wilson left last night over the Northern Pacific for Portland, Ore., to be absent sonic time. E. W. Walling, W. Woods and wife and J. W\atson Iluford and wife arc Mis soula people in Butte today. Case, Gravelle ft Ervin cotipanly ctm ployes spent last evening at Columbia Gardens. Al lenjoyed the outing. A default was entered yesterday in a di vorce suit of Arthur E. Culhbertson against May Culbertson by Judge Hlarncy. I)r. and Mrs. D. J. McDonald returned yesterday from a three-weeks' trip to l)envcr and other Colorado poillts. Judge Clancy has adjourned his court until Septelmber I. Meanwhile the court room will be repaired antd retovated. Martin Mulvahill, well-known in Ilutte. came in on the Great Northern traini last e\-cning and is staying at the Finletn. Under the auspices of the Central L.ahr cotncil, Father T. Meirady will agaitn deliver anl address at the Margaret theater tonight. M. Pierce, malnager of the gents' fur nishitlg department of the Copper City Commercial companly, left last night for the East. Mrs. Gus Dohlberg and her four sons, who have been visiting her parents in Sweden for the past year, have returlced to .the city. Dune McDonald of Alhambra liot Springs, who came over to referee the Wade-Clitiord fight, is greeting old friends in Butte today. T. M. llodgens, cashier of the State Savings bank, who was recently injured in a runaway, has gone to Brown's Lake to rest for a couple of weeks. Rev. S. C. Blackiston of the Episcopal church has returned to the city after spending a vacation in the South and East. He is much improved in health. Englewood Lots-Perfect title, electric line already graded, fine soil, soft water, new school house one block away. Loth sold on $ro monthly payments. Mrs. Jessie C. Knox, Box 1o34. o D. J. O'Callahan of the Swift Packing comtpany arrived from )ntiaha yesterday to take the place of George C. Rowan. gen eral manager for this territory, who was killed in a runawsy in Missoula last week. Governor Toole, who came over from IIHelena yesterday to attend the conference between Secretary Mahon of the Miing congress and members of the Iouisiana Purchase commissionswas called back on the morning traih on important business. In the trial of the Colbert will contest the costs of the state reached the sumo of $405, and the state' has just filed a cost bill in the district court. The state put in a hill for to witnesses, which is an average of a little over $40 to a wit ness. Two pails of water would have ex tinguished a fire that broke out in a bushel pile of rulbbish in front of the Pennsyl vania block, owned by Senator Clark, in West Park street yesterday afternoon, but the fire debprtment was called upon to do the work. Another attempt is Iceing made by the county of Silver Bow to induce the city of Butte to pay part of the expenses of maintaining the pest house. T'onight tht county will send the city a bill for .1 per cent of the cost of keeping the pest house for the past six months. Judge William Clancy and Stenographer John P. l.edwidge are in Little Boulder hunting a pool where trout can be made to rise without extra exertions. So confi dent are the pair of succeding in their persuasions that they took orders around the courthouse before leaving for messes of fish to be delivered within the next 48 hours. Juvenile arrivals in Butte yesterday were as follows: To the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Bowen, No. rrtt East Second street, a girl; to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Plaas, near the Centennial brewery, a son; to Mr. and Mrs. John McKevitt of West Iron street, a son, and to Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Bonner of No. 6.1 West Quartz street, a son. Manager Miller of the Rocky Moun tain Bell Telephone comlpany, yesterday called up Boise City, Idaho, on the line which had just been completed. Boise answered as clearly as if it were only 20o miles away. Other Idaho towns in that neighborhood are also connected and the additional service will be a great con venience, not only to the residents of that section. but to many of the business men of Butte who have bl.usll.s trwaos actions with them Embroidery Sale ..For.. '*For Friday Friday ..and.. ..and.. Saturday Saturday Embroideries Embroideries Embroideries Values Up to 12%c Values Up to 20c Values Up to 35c Only 2%c Yard Only 612c Yard Only llc Yard We bought at a big bargain a large lot of ei-. Fine ('ail bri and Ilatlmbrg edgings anld insertions, Fine (CambriI Nainsook and Swiss edgings, in broidered tedgings and insertion, in dainty designsl: blind stitch and oplen- work effects, for stmllllllt r drrsses s rtion and lh;adings, inl rich and effective designs, widths, t to 5 inches; values tip to I a c h, tinlg at anid nderwear ; widlths, 3 to 7 ilnches ; vai es to oe; Ihaldsolerly worked; widths, front 5 to to inches; aMc yaard. fovr 6!; yard. Values to 35c; price, only tic yard. Fine Point d'Esprit, Platte Valenciennes, Point Gauze and Silk Mechlin Laces, widths 2 to 6 inches. Values up to 30c. Friday's and Saturday's price only 6 c yard. In Hennessy's Basement Bazaar Bargains in Bargains in Glassware Pictures Water Tumblers, large and lli.............................. . ts dozenI $1.65 Fram ed Pictures for 95 4 Fine Tumblers, large and very thin ................................ 5ic dozen Fi:ne Tumblers, large and thin, with engraved I;iind ................ 75c dozen All good subjects, in a heavy one tll t ch, iitll tiJ, with i .it .v i 11 , ;s. silte Water Pitcher, i itatio cut gl;ss. quart ......................... 25 each 3 by i es only each Water Pitcher, extra heavy .. l strng .............................5erc a nacd $1.25 Fram ed Pictures for 65c Berry Bowl of iuitation Cut Glass ........4 ......... . ............... 25' each Glass Sauce Dishes, full size, set of six for ...............................a i'retty Idc.; l s I .. , trteI to lilt , il t frillu e i, Wili he;vy F1:1;.- and neat. Water Blottle, brilliant glass, full size ............................. -5e each Iouquet tfolders. large and tall, of imitatiOn cut glass ................oc caclt Photograph Fram es Wine Glasses, full size, imitation cut class ........................ 5c dozen Jelly Glasses, tin tops, large size................................... 45c dozen O n ly 15c E a ch .arge Cake Stands, illitatio)n cut glass .............................45c ach Nicely litlci with glass, uat a r al rst,., I., hnishId ill g ,i lly etn bran'nv, l'h New Pickle )ishcs, imitation cut glass ............................oc a'l n y a.d h y. ' ly pulr Styh., ()l.ly I ii . Vinegar ottles, large and birilliant .............................5.... eac All Popular M usic Syrup Pitchers, with solid nickel top................... .............. o cacth Iiitation ('ut Glass Berry Set, 7 pieces, for .............................75c Only 25c Copy Iligh grade Water Set, with tray, 7 licces for .............................5c A 'mitation Cut Glass Table Set, Sugar HIowl, Creamer, Spoon and Butter...45e set ,ilarch.s and ipelatlc ,elnvtin only - Agents for Gurney Refrigerators Mail s H ennessy's Butte Agents for Rem .Acorn Rlges to steana ington Typewriters Acorn Rnges Orders to otana and all Supplies WILL CERTAINLY BE SOMETHIG DOING BIG BASEBALL CONTEST BETWEEN ANACONDA AND BUTTE ELKS TO COME TOMORROW. VISITORS DETERMINlED TO' HAVE A HOT TIME Some of the Things That Are to Be Done Are Not for Publication, but the Local Team Is Going to Introduce New and Startling Features, a Ia James Neill Lineup of the Local Team. There are things connected with the wonderful game of baseball to lbe played by the Butte and Anaconda herd of Elks to morrow which are not as yet ready for publication. ' his Idoes not mean that everything not published will not be fit for publication. It means merely that sonime features, a Ia James Neill, are apt to be introduced, and it would not do to give them away. It is a certainty that things will be doing tomorrow, both before and after the ball game. Anaconda is going to have a hot time in town and chances are being taken by those unsophisticated antlers who think they are ball players. Another Prize in List. Another prize has been added to the list, l'ritchard & Hlarrison have donated the largest trunk in their store for the man striking out the imost times. This is the booby prize, and is offered in the nope that if it is a 1nutte Elk he will pack himself away Arrangements were lmadle today for a little bit of a ceremony to follow the ball game. The score card was gotten up today and will be issued by tlennessy's in the Elk colors anld to collmmemorate the iligrationl of the Elk uniform donated for the trip to Salt Lake. The line-up o, the two teams was oflli cially declared today, and will be as fol lows; Butte. Position. Anaconda. 1). B. Gillis......................Clinton Pitcher. Austin ......................... Meyer Catcher. Reyntolds ......... ........... Hurley First base. Cochrane .......... ...........Tuttle Second base. Martin ........................ Snelson Merklc .......................... O wens Shortstop. I,ynch ................. ..... T.. eniere l.eft field. Rickards ...................... W illiams ('etlterfield. Calkins ......................... Jensen Right field. All of the other oiliciatinig Illks at the i\nacollll funeral have been pireviously publis hId. The substitutes for the Itutte Elks team will lbe Mullen, (t'nllertoti, Ialiane, Kilgallon, ()'(Graly and Bleckwith. SUBURBS WILL VOTE ON ANNEXATION QUESTION Three Outlying Districts Will Decide To morrow Whether or Not They De sire City Government. There will be an annexation election to morrow in the suburban districts. There are three such districts, and the vote will be upn, the question of annexing the terri tory to Ilutte. Hleretofore upon the petition of part of the lpeople residing in t .e districts nanmed, the city held ani election and voted to in clpde the districts if they desired to come iit. It is understood that there is strong feelinlg among the people of the outside territory both for and against annexation and the outcome is in doublt. Some of the people think the advantages of city gove'rllinenlt will more thanl oithiet the added taxes. The elections in the three districts will be held separately, and one may cnlile in while another stays out. Two districts are on the west side. ()lne rutns from I.cwisohn south to Galena street and west froml Excelsior to a point between'i Ophir and May. The polling place for this district is at the grocery store at No. i Il2 West Park. The second west side district lies Ire twelen (Galena and Iron and txcelsior and the point between May and O)phir. The polling place will lie at 1207 WVcst Silver street. The east side district is between tMer cury and Iroadway and the eastern city lboudat;iiy ;and Watson anld \Valker avenues. The plb. will lie at IUnion hall, on Talbot avenul. The polls will lie open from 8 in the miorniing to 6 in the eveninig. FIRE CHIEF MAKES REPORTS Loss for Month of June in Ten Fires Was Only $105. Fire ('hief Sanger's report, for the itottlll of June has been filed. It shows there were to fires in that monlth, with a total loss of $.0o5. The insurance on the piropcrty involved amiounted to $uo8, 500 anld the value of the buildings anlld contriits to $165,0oo. The expenses of the departmnent for the ionth amounted to $3,584.23. Souvenirs with each dollar and over spent. Mayer, 65 West Park, * (Hotel Arrivals At the Finlen. II. L.. I;iblb tls, (umaha; FI . JmW '., I)illot; Richl ar I la nimdl eiil wile,. I helria: Martisn Muivahill, C(orlbin ; 'I hi ;a I ci .s . I)oyle, )ttawa; W. k. Van.\lle', NIMssco l; J. It. ('lark, Ainare la; C. I. IM lrowl, cli cago; J. G. hIlll, M Inllil:eelis; N. Jludso and wife, Lansing,. Miclh.; ( . I. Iuemnage. tald wife, los Angeles; it. T. Sweeney, Seattle; I.. WV. King and wife, I.Cwist.c ; Mrs. I) . F. Lakc, Waterloo, I). J. '( alla han, (Illuala; If. I). \Vriilclke, DI illon; II. F. Chamndler, Chicago; W'. P. (;win, Ana conda; (. I). MNabery, Scranton, I'a.; I". J. (mhcbert, New iYork; I. I. I llsto, IFort Smith; F. A. Ikoahl, Ilubletc. At the Butte. Miss (Gertrnde I angenhei.m, Pittcslrg, P'u.; Mrs. M. F. Iangenheghi., Pitts.burg, Pa.; E. J. Walter, New York; F. Michot, Paris; W. If. fH:aihloe, New York: I.. II. I.yiaend, I lena; J. I . PIyle, WV. 4'. Jones, city; J. 4'. larelesty, Mi Mai, lMiss Mai, r I). Curtin, iSt. iPaul; John N. Shaw, Miss Keiley, Miss MeMN.Ion, IDeer Iodge; Jake GolidmanlI , II elena : J. K. Shormaker, ('Ihl yIago: T. r. Carron, Great Falls: Joseph 'iMercy, Mike Morley, Anaconda; I. J. I)nner, ( hicago; A. I,. Suihi lrt, reeport, Ill.; J. WVatson Iluford and wife, Mis soula; I). A. McDonald, Alhambra; C. (4. Acret, (Chicago. At the Southern. Iarry 'l racy, St attle; I. Ryder, (;rieat Falls: John It. Jeffries, W hitehall; J. S. D)ougherty, IlHamilton: Mrs. T. Maxsen, Chicago; John linn, Chicago; IMrs. C. 11 WVeake, ll.lena; J. I '. IHardy, I IH len.. Charles (:ree., An.randila; MrS.. A. lreley, I lele na; W. II. Cmonley, Hele. a; William I'ridlh, ,Great Falls; Frank IEvans, Los Angeles, Cal.; J. 11. (;eorge, Whltehall; 1). V. Ilinger, JDenver; Martin Jcensen, llilllings: I). M. Salter, Chicago; John W. Marver, Salt Lake. At the Thornton. NI. II. Bradlley, Salt Lake; J. WV. IIughes, New York; C. M. Fishel, New York; O)wen Hurns, Chit ago; ('ol A . V. atere, Chicago; II. H. Meyerts and wife, Chicago; Mrs. Janes Neville and daughtelr, Hloom ington, Ill. (Charles F. Agle, lIloomciigton, Ill.; HI. A. Iranklin, l i llooningto , III,; II. M. Ticknor, wife and child, J.acksonville, Ill. ; A. II. Jornes a.td wife, Robinson, Ill. I'., G. Schulbe.rt and wife, Chictago; Mrs. C('harles Kilpatrick, (Chicago; Miss Isabel Johnsome, (Chicago; J. O). I.a luch, l.exing. ton, Ky. ; R. C. Itoll, Lexington, Ky.; Mrs. I.illa Jac',bs, ILexington, Ky.; Miss Cath arilse (-cry, l.exington, Ky. It. M. Allen, I.exingtoi, Ky.; C. P. Leonardi, l)eSiiet, S. 1).; Thomas S. Ilogan, Chicago; J. Vernnan Harris, Salt Lake; Howard M. Marblestone, (Cincinnati; S. W. Morrison, Salt Lake; J. II. Jo..hnston, city: PI. F. A. Ryane, Denver; S. T. hleuser, Heleni'a; M. A. I. )avid ,. ) i ,, ,t * n . , helehta; W\'illi;au I, It:rr'ett, Itiiu:gi,; I.. C Parker, (iartlet; J. \V. lttford ulla d il., 1lis. ttil a; (. M. \\'iI. I hi:i;aK ; \W . I I. IwIworth.I St. I.AIi,; M. It. (;reenio I it wife, Au. o' ii ; Ai~h , Ida S.I, htua r. AIa'inI.i ; (. 1; I).tllal, ( lhicat o; V, l"ilIgibbon,, I ),len : Ja: , t [irev,], Spolkalne S. . M. L.ng, Spokan,'; R. M. I'attersnol, I hic.ig ,; ('I apt. J. J. Kelly, ( hicago; W illi1, Kil palrick aso l wife, `Sptiin lichl, IIl. ENTER BANKRUPTCY PLEAS Butte and Missoula Men Unable to Meet Demands of Creditors. J. .. [till, whlt, condlucted :t saloonl at N41. -' \\'st I'ark street yesterday filed a lwti tion iii bankruptcy in the federal court. 'hIia hIi.lule slhows liabilities a llountini Ii $2,,rT7.15 ;anI ;,iet, at $1,6H5. AIIIIIg li s tiie iuried ilajiis are: iRute Ilrewintr pllllllany, $iSi,o6,; It. . ;allicLk, $-,0 ; J. I'.. ()ll'llet iltlh r, $71I4; 'alikie Dcoodl Ii,, coe)l;tpany. $..5; K sh t r Ire'witlg co(llllpanllly, Illehrnt, $4q5 . It, the a'els aire two Its ill Ielena and the ,tock of liqulr- and c;i gar, ill litlte. Silli N I, Mlichaetl of MiIittla, ian in itieer who petitiotgld the federal court stays his liabilities are $9j6.17 ind assens $16 ,. TO KEEP THE COUNTY POOR Auditor Returns Report of Expenditure on Paupers in June. (', ntlllly Auditor ('rlnli llan has filed hi. repoirt for the i ntlillh of Jinie coveriii the exlpeditures on the ooli r of .Ihe county. Aceording to the replor itII tIota illn ottit expendied ln Ihe poir was $.1,456.06. This .nuts was divided as folows: (;ro ceries, $ 1,,498.5 ; relt, $' .J: trallsporta tion, $.i4; fuel, $16 -i.5oi; iliscellaneou~, $ ,64H.N.o. iThe i report was presented to thle olllty conlllisi lt'ers, according to Iaw. Family Theater. DICK P. SU'rON, Manager RICHARDS & PRINGLE ORIGEINRL ...ieorgia Minstrels... Two nights commencing Sunday, JULY 20th With Sunday matinee. Street par ade at one o'clock. ( re ss . o ., e ri, or nlas -m n sl o nos hia.. t a ie ue o msa s. -t. IdVAN/ WIIII ld I brt.Rl= .g, I ,, ,I I I.L1. ~lllt .) Union Made--Extra Quality The FloIt Soothes the Nerves.