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IT IS A PLEASURE
to listen to the music of a really fine piano. And the Vose is certainly that. Perfect in action, touch and tone, it is an instrument of the highest grade. It is handsome in design, of elegant fin ish, and durable. Always reliable and sold with a guarantee. The best for the money. Cash or installments. Beds "ock prices. MONTANA TIUSIC CO. sup North Main Street EVANS' BOOK STORE 124 N. MAIN ST. Sets of six balls IABL for $1.75 and up wards. .......I NNIS Headquarters for fishing tackle and baseball goods. Imported Wall Effects In addition to our complete and care fully selected stock of the best things from the best American manufacturers, we are showing a fine line of imported goods in Floral Art Noveau. Tapes tries. Silk, Stripes. The "newest," "swellest" lines out. Ellis Paint Co. Euccessors to Carder Bros Phone 104. it F. 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 North Main street MONTANA UNDERTAKING COMPANY runtral Directors Expert Embalmers THOS. LAVELL, Prop. Thos. Sullivan, Mgr. Phone 88. as5 E. Park, Butte J. D.M'QRBQOR 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, to4 South Main street. Telephone O.3, All cases promptly attended to. Richards THE BUTTE UNDERTAKER Ftctlcal Undertaker and Embalmer. 140 W. ParkSt., Butte. Phone 307. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. Co. SANTA FE[ ROUTE 3 Trains Daily From Denver to Kansas City and Chi cago. Also the direct line to Galves ton, El Paso, City of Mexico and the mining camps of New Mexico and Ari zolla. For particulars about the REDUCED RATES EAST this summer apply to C. F. WARREN, General Agent, 41t Dooly Block, Salt Lake City, Utah. Current Notes. Orton Bros.-Pianos and organs. o Louis Gans is at the Thornton registered from New York City. A. C. Sandberg, dentist, ies opened offcus in the new Clark block. * Will Melloy of Anaconda was in the city for a few hours last evening. J. G. Bates, tuner. Montana Music Co., 119 N. Main street, Tel. 50o4. Best wood, $4.75 cord City Woodyard, as8 South Main. Telephone 184. 0 J. W. Neill, a well-known mining expert of Salt Lake, is a guest at the Butte. Beebe Grain Co. for bike wagons, carts, speeding wagons, traps and broughams. o 1V. Bernstein, a prosperous merchant of Dillon, is making a business visit in Butte. Main springs, $l.oo; watches cleaned, $1t.o; warranted. Mayer, 65 West Park. Thomas L. Brady, a prominent citizen of Leadville, Colorado, is in Butte today. County Attorney J. B. Poindexter of Beaverhead county was in the city yester day. Dr. M. A. Miller, the well-known physi cian of Dillon, is spending the day in the city. F. S. Chandler, a prominent resident of Red Lodge, is making a business visit in Butte. E. O. Selway and J. H. Hoffman, prom inent citizens of Dillon, are in the city today. Mrs. D. Roach came over from Ana conda yesterday on a brief visit with friends. 0. W. Estes and wife of Helena came over last evening and are staying at the Finlen. Mrs. Frances (ouring, who travels for a Seattle conmmercial house, is at the Finlcn. Mrs. J. II. Vivian and daughter have gone to Seattle for a few weeks by the seashore. A daughter was born yesterday to the wife of Edward Hasley at No. 436 llop kins street. Norman Titus of IBerkeley, Cal.. is a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Stevenson. C. M. Chislett has been spending a few days in Belgrade visiting with his friend K. iI. Wood. .r Miss Clara Williams of Seneca, Kan., is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Levi Wild, for a few weeks. Attorney Iliram Rodgers is over from Anaconda for the oyd case, in which lihe is interested. A marriage license was issued yester day to Olaf Nelson ands Julia Therson, *both of Butte. Mrs. R. T. Starr has gone to Helena for a week's visit with her imother, Mrs. Paul I)es Jardincs. A. M. and A. V. henry of White Sulphur Springs are among the guests at the Thornton today. B. II. Paul, the Monida merchant, ar rived in the city this ntorning and is stay ing at the Butte. Attorney J. C. Claybcrg was among the arrivals from Hellena on the Great North ern last evening. E. Skarnikow, a Deer Lodge attorney, arrived in the city last evening and is at tending court today. Miss Nora Stroup has been spending a few days with her mother at f'oindexter's ranch near Dillon. F. J. ITayne, official photographer at the Yellowstone National park, is spending a few days in Butte. A permit was issued yesterday to Jerry Sullivan to construct a $joo building on the Anaconda road. II. W. Murgitroyd, a Marysville mer chant, accompanied by his wife, is spend ing a few days in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Poindexter of 1)il Ion arrived in the city yesterday to i,pend a few days with friends. Two Red Cross nurses, who were in the Philippine service, will lecture at Good Templars hall this evening. Billy Murlphy, a prominent merchant of Missoula, arrived on the Northern Pacific front the W\est last cvening. HIerman Rydel of the Great Falls police force, has returned to his home after a few weeks visit in the city. O. G. Clay, agent of right of way for the Great Northern railroad, with head quartera at St. Paul, is in Butte today, Mrs. Frank Cooney and son, who have been spending a few weeks at their ranch near Dillon, have returned to the city. Sheriff II. E. Benner of Great Falls was in Butte yesterday on his way home front the insane asylum, where he left a pa tient. Miss Julia Stafford of Norfolk, Neb., arrived in Butte yesterday on a visit to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gibson of East Broadway. Mrs. James Bradley anld W. L.. Brad ley of Ames, Iowa, are in the city on their way to Elkhorn to visit their son, Dr. E. i, Bradley. J. W. Zevely, a government official of the department of the interior at Wash ington, who has beemn investigating the timber cases at Missoula, is at the Thiorn ton. Clint Brown, secretary of the Montana Coke and Coal company at Ilorr, who with his wife has been visiting friends in Butte, left yesterday for a few days so journ at Boulder Ilot Slprings. R. T. Starr, In charge of the Great Northern Express company, is suflering from an attack of tonsilitis, During the indisposition, his place is being filled by F. W. Preston, traveling agenlt for the comlpany, who makes his headquarters at I lelena. MARY GOES TO THE SISTERS Young Lady Whose Mother Could Not Control Her Sent to Helena. L.ittle Mary Caskolin, who was arrested two days ago on a charge of incorrigi bility, was taken to the Hlome of Good Shepherds in Helena by County Auditor Crossman today. When she left the city jail Mary was neatly attired and wore a smile as broad and pleasing as a rippling stream of water. Her mother and a younger sister accom panied her to the train. The Best Bargains Out S810 Imported Madras and Cheviot Shirts " All new and strictly up to date in style, fit and finish. All have soft bosoms. Some are \ plaited, some are plain. Several broken lines, but all sizes in the lot . Watch Hennessy's Windows Men's Negligee Shirts Regular $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00 Values Only 65Each Several colorings and all good. Ideal Shirts for Summer Many styles and none finer. At the Lightest of Figures. eome and See Them At Hennessy's The Sale Begins Saturday At Hennessy's Big Store Book Sale Hosiery $I.5o Copyright Books 95c Women's Hosiery Children's Hosiery \\ omen's, bl,;ick roitli ho,,se, full Chihhrn's fat hh,4k ,,l-n hse, In Hannessy's Stationery Dept., in Basement. fahlioned and last black, dolle s.lel, fi l l and widv rhil. an fatli.nl, ; ll Here are a lot of the latest novels, all nicely bound in cloth that we , qiuality fr c pa.ir. iz. ..aiy, t ,l t. tti. have marked down for this Friday and Saturday selling at less than l:,nis, ,'i, k ,,t,, r,,lik r iti, i ,,.' 'iil,,r ,, .; is .le l, k i. .. o i lit,, publishers' wholesale rates. These and others: !5e ,,,,lity, t three pair for 5,. ,1,1,,,. kitt,"u h ;1i 1 .ii . ... t5cI v;Ili," fo Only 95c Each Only 95c Each \\'1,,,, blk,, ,,,,,, t,,,,,.i I ,,, , ,,. Yit y5hljl fast black, .uar, le llyd t-lito l ,I The House Party, In the Palace of Sylvia.--lEvalyn l'Emerson. ' less while fret a l sa ; ity i a,, h, wa the King.-Crawford. The llhristian.--lall Caine. f or t5c a pair. 35 ail ri $ The Master Christian.-Corelli. Graustark -, I. --(;. I. M utchon. Wi men's real Mtlco hi.k ctt oln and In Spite of Al.-l. l. StrenRth of the HIills.-Wilkinston. lisle Ihre.:al hoI e, Ilhrlinglto anli Chii h ren's extra, ini bl iI k li,;l1i Richard Carvel.-Churchill. Janice hlcredithi.-l 'uo r. "'linyx" dyes, drop slit I,, plain ani l tton ihi, with -h , ,tl e , full The Ruling l'assion.-Van Dyke. Tory L.over.-Jewett. fanlcy, s. o i with ihledI tops. Valu,' fai hiion l, with ,Iu hl k, Isll nl Si les, The Cavalier.--Cable. WUlks of Ihtlnore de ltalatc and to 5ol and 6oc, for 35c pair or three "()yx" List la kI. I t 5, quality i for Amos Judd.-Mitchell. other popular authors of lictiot. pairs for $ ..o. j35 pair. 10c ehoice of 100 Articles Por 10c Housekeepers' Helps and Handy Things One large glass lemon squcezer. ne at:,tr tea atd coffee strainer. i te platedl tack Ilaunttier. ()it' I;lrg. wool hI;til di. grater. Three large glass water tumblers. e lc sell-miade paring knife. O.ti metal cuspidor. (ie package liquid shje polish. Five large glass sauce dishes. wi large pie tilts. ite rattan furittirt heater. I i cake turitr. One large glass ilower vase. Onti tin tea pot. Two boxes carpet tacks. (lii' gud shkiiiier. One large decorated china plate. One dust pAn, strong, well ,iadel. ]wo tin dtlriiking nips. (lii larg. Irauite mixiig spoon. Otne white china cup alld saucer. Onc large white china Iltug. 'Iwo wire egg Ihllaters. n paittt c u.' trap. SOne decorated toothpick holder. (One glass cream pitchelr. (ie sheet-iront fryiig pan. it p Itent ua tqw cir. )ne imitation cutglass pickle dish. Ote: heavy wire toaster. (tie flour sifter. (II. cirk scr.w. One full-sized rolling plin. ()On package goodl stove ipolis.h. (tie largeI tiln plt cover. nie large straic.r. One large size potato mnasher. One heavy tin collander. (ne small granite utilkpa. tnie coi l hI ,lie siv liftir. Onue long hai dled fire shovel. On- heavy tin washbasint . Out granite-iron dritkitg clip. li, covered tn buckut. 75 best hardtlwood clothlies pins. (Onle white china vegetablle dish. (tie granite-iron howl. liue largi til pllling pant. One large roll toilet paper. Thrice imitation cut wine glasses. T'wo large, thin bllown water glasu! . Ott- patt cu- u r i kirt hanger. ta white metal teaspoons. One iritation cutglass salt shaker. iOne large tinl finnel. in i d izen fruit jr rtlluers. i One large tilt breadpan. Ott: heavy tin coffee pot. One large tin dipi.er. (nie white china lilaller Mall Orders to Butte, Montana. c n ag ilIrctl ~ ~ 1~ l~)y tnc~c ~t TRIED TO SHOYE HIM BOGUS COIN BARTENDER IS CHIEF WITNESS IN CASE OF YOUR UNCLE SAM AGAINST SULLIVAN, James Sullivan, who was arrested under the name of Tom Sullivan on a charge of uttering and passing bogus dollars on Louis Werlin, keeper of a saloon at No. 815 Utah avenue, on July 14, is being given a pre liminary hearing before United States Commissioner Naughton. The hearing be gan today, but was continued without completion until t o'clock tomorrow In order to secure the presence of Mr. Wer lin's brother, who took in three bogus quarters during July 14. Sullivan was arrested in a cabin at the rear of No. 705 Wyoming street, John Tighe, ',Tom Kelly and another man were with himu and were also arrested. All, with th," exception of Sullivan, were dis charged from custlody yesterday, as there was no evidence to conicct them with the bogus ;oinecy deal. Ilef,, the hearing began Policeman McGill i turned over to the comunissioner three Ihgus quarters and a bogus dollar, the ji lh: of which was like that of the real article. Werlinr told the commissioner that Sul livan Iild bought a can of beer and gave his brother the bogus dollar from which to deduct 25 cents, the price of the beverage. The alleged money was handed over to the witness at the time of the transactions and the latter said he told Sullivan he could not do any business with that brand of coin there. lie said Sullivan got mad about it and tried to convince him the coin was good. Then Officer Byrne was called, but before lie arrived Sullivan had left the place without his change. Werlin's brother intends to testify that during the same day Sullivan passed one of the three quarters on him and that he took in the other two from some one he thought was Sullivan. Ho tel Arrivals At the Butte. 'Mrs. M. C. (Cuthhcrt, Chicago; M. A. Miller, Diljlon; It, II. P'auil, Monida; W. Itirnsltein, I)illoln; WV. Chase, New York; I'. 11. Warner, city; Mr. and Mrs. Mannix, ID)er ILodge; Jack t()nashelm, , Will II. Meloy, Anacolda; VW. A. White, St. Louis; Wallace Parks, S. F. Whalen, Helena; Mr, and Mrs. II. W. Murgitroyd, Marysville; If. W. Rogers, Anaconda; I). M. Clark, St. Louis; Joseph, Piercy, Anaconda; Frank Showers, Whitehall; Thlnomas L, Brady, l.eadville; E. J. King and wife, George II. Robinson, J. W. Neill, Salt Lake; A. J. McKay, Whitehall; J. II. Hoff mian, E, O. Sulway, Dillon, At the Thornton. A. M. Henry, White Sulphur Springs; A. V. Henry, White Sulphur Springs; T. C. Davidson, Spokane; Clayton II. Garvey and wife, Cincinnati; Mrs. Tatsnyi Tzemi, Japan; George flaviland, Helena; O. I. Richtmeyer, R. Richtmeyer, Bristol, Conn.; L.ouis G..is, II. Robinson, New York; J. W. Zev.ly, Washington, ). C.; C. J. I'ratt, S:lt Lake; J. It. IJa;rr;agh, ('hii:ago; Ju.es I. (;Gll.k, New York; Mare Merle, New Yrk; i J II . ('layl Jurg, Ilhelni; A. II. I .ll, (George V. (Ce, New Yiork; I. 1P. K.uth, Missoul:a; WV. C. R.o( ,rts, Chicago; E. C. I)avis, San Fr;ancisco; 'E. Schlar. inkow, DIcr Lodge.; Miss I. Jones, Minnie ap.lis, Mina; S. M. ILonmg, Spoukane. At the Finlen. Jlohn I urley, Frank liutler, St. Paul; E. J. Willis, Missoula; N. J. Kessler, Omaha; Julih G(rant, Spokane ; (. W. Estes and wife, Helena; W. W. McDowell, Coppero polls; I,. E. Spitz, St. Joseph; J. . M. age, Twin Bridges; F. S. Chandler, Red Lodge; Ray Carl, Long Island, Kas.; W. J. Ad. kins, Pony; W. M. Turner, Colorado Springs; A. Waygosser, Omaha; C. E. Ramage and wife, Pomona, Cal.; N. Jud. son andi wife, Lansing, Mich.; J. P. Han son, Milwaukee; Ralph Bickell, Helena; U. W. Kayl, Kansas City; W. L. Bradley, Mrs. James Bradley, Ames, Iowa; J. S. Aikman, F. W. Shuttleworth, Denver; Al. bert F. Camerfeldt, Devil's Lake; L. M. Hughes, Helena; 0,. G. Clay, St. Paul.