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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. Bed. 'ock prices. MONTANA f1USIC CO. It9 North Main Street We Keep Open Till 8 o'elock To accommodate our customncrs for whom it is not convenient to buy their Reading Matter before 6 o'clo k, for the sale of newspapers, magazines and cigars. Evs' Book Store 144 N. MAIN ST. 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. Eucceuors to Carder Bros RPhee 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 Noreth Main Street MONTANA UNDERTAKING COMPANY rF:nrtul Directors Expert Embalmers THOS. LAVELL, Prop. Thos. Sullivan, Mgs. Fl:one 8s. 525 E. Park, Butte Richards TILE BUTTE UNDERTAKER Srrcllcal Undertaker and Embalmer. 140 W. ParkSt., Brtte. Phone 307. Economies (FRIDAY.) One gallon honey drips syrup, 5oc; 0 gal'on Richelieu maple syrup, 6oc; a pounds maple :ugar, 25c; I tumbler jelly, soc; 3 tumblers, 25c; fresh new; jelly; i can K. C. baking powder, a5 ounces, 0oc; I dozen jelly tumblers, with covers, 40c; 6-inch, large bar toilet soap, made; in France, I5c; cas tile soap, large, square bars, 3oc; child's brooms, oec; new crop tim othy hay, hundred, 7occ r set flowered dinner plates, 5oc; galvanized water pails, a5c; beautifully decorated in flowers and gold, quart pitchers, 5oc; California grape vinegar, gallon, 4oc; fresh soda crackers, / cas.s, pound, 8c. L. E. COOK 331 East Park Street J. D.M'MýýBgOR YETERINARY SURGEON. Honorary graduate of the Ontario Veter. Inary college, Toronto, Canada. Treats all diseases of domesticated animals aecording to scilentifio principles. Office at Marlow a stables..o4 South Mala street. Telephone sps. All cases promptly attended to. Current Notes. Orton Bros.-Pianos and organs. * House moving and raising. Tel. 7711. o A. W. BIower of Stanford is in Butte. R. J. Johannes of Helena is in the city. 1.. M. Huglhes of Spokane is at the Flin letin. Dr. C. I). l.add of Great Falls is in the city. A. J. McKay, of Whitehall, is in the city. F. R. Warren and wife, of Whitehall. are in the city. Born--Yesterday to Mr. and .sMrs. B. E. Ornstein, a s.it. F. R. Scottin and wife of G;reat Falls are in the city. Mr. and Mrs. F. Il. ('oney have gone on a fishing trip. Miss Adele Jensen of Great Falls is vis iting in the city. St. John's church choir will resume re hersals this evening. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. l'oindexter are in I,..lon visiting relatives. Judge J. M. Clements. of Helena, is registered at the Finletrt Born--August .7. to Mr. natl Mrs. Jerry Shea. 'ora Terrace. a son. Dr. F. C. Myers. physician :.nd surgeon. Rooms 4 and 5, ever postolfice. * AIlede ltessette of Hlannack is attending to businless matoiters in Butte. J. G. Bates, tuner, Montana Music Co., r g N. Main street. Tel. So04. A. C. Sandberg, dentist. ha:t opened offices in the new Clark Ilock. * A. J. l)arland of Rochester is attending to husainess matters in the city. Mrs. Frank Wilson and Miss Angel N. Miles of Los Angeles are in the city. Miss L.ola Finery has returned to Butte from a six-weeks' sojourn in Seattle. Buggies, grain, hay. Beebe Grain Co. Automobile tickets with soc purchase. " Dan Tracey. who has been here for sotme days, has returned to Great Falls. Main springs, $S.oo; watches cleaned, $.-So; warranted. Mayer. 65 West Park. Edna May, the 4-months-old datighter of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Ruckeh, died yester day. S. C. Ashby, the well-known busines, man of Helelna, is over from the capital city. H. W. Mcl.aughlin, the well known poli tician and lumber mtan, of Missoula, is in the city. Congressman 1. T . ( Glenn of Montpe lier. Idaho, is visiting with his son who resides in this city. John Huffman. miner and prospector, of Philipshurg. is in the city on a visit to his uncle. John P. Reins. Miss Elizabeth Kelly, a bookkeeper with the M. J. Connell company, is spend ing her vacation in Helena. Mrs. Greenway and son and Miss Dora Flynn of this city are the guests of Mrs. John Walbert of Willow Creek. Mrs. A. D. Iloss, wife of the popular publisher of the Silver State, in Dec. l.odge, is in the city on a shopping tour. Owing to the death or Con Hayes, the Sacred Ileart parish outing will not he held Sunday. August 31, tgoa. Date and place will be announced later. Ike Heilbronner is now located at the cigar stand of the Newbro Drug Co. where he will be pleased to meet his friends and old customers. " Chief Justice Theodore Brantly and famn ily are in the city today. They will visit Deer Lodge before returning to their home in the capital city. Vallesa Ruth, the i-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. Excell died yesterday. The funeral will take place tomorrow at to a. in. from No. 616 Fast (alena street. Samt Martin, who has recently returned fromt the Fast, says the demand for West crn range horses by polo players is great. He claims to have an order for r,ooo head and he expects to sell them to polo en thusiasts for from $250 to $5oo each. Leford's Dancing Academy. L.cford's dancing academy, 317 Dakota, will reopen on Tuesday, Sept. a, with a social soiree. The hall has been com pletely renovated and will now be more than ever the most popular place for the light fantastic. Are You Looking For ASood Piano Then .hero, is a little history t .t may help you . . . .... AT SIIllERMAN'S EXCLU SIVE PIANO HOUSE. You will find the larget assortment of absolutely G111(1 GRADE PI ANOS to be found in the state. And our terms of payment are the MOST REASONABItE, and OUR PIANOS ARE RIGIIT, and OUR PRICE IS RIGHT WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT? Come in and let us talk it over with you. Have you heard the CHIIASE & BAKER PIANO PLAYER? 1T LEADS THEM ALL, SHERMAN'S Exclusive Piano House 129 and 131 East Park St We Give Mobile Ticikets Away. FortheBte PicnicMontana Ready for a .bor Day _In Our elothinq Department We are Showing a Fine Line of tMen's Black elay Worsted Suits Prices From $15 to $35 a Suit The .Square Cut Sack Coats, 3 and 4 button Sack Coats and the stylish 3 button Cutitaway Satk t'o:alts in each quality. T'he best values in strictly dependable suits ever shown. Big Bargains in Men's Suits f rAbout 16o Suits, medium weights, for early fall, broken lines and samlple suits from New York with mtany from our regular stock of which we have but one or two of a style. Our window display shows they are t he kind that's most wanted. About all sizes in the bunch. D)on't overlook these bargains. Men's Suits Men's Suits Men's Suits $12 to $18 Suite $18 to $22 Values $20 to $25 Values Only $9,75 Suit Only $11.75 suit Only $11.75 suit About 5so suits. nicely tade of blue sertes, chti v About 51 slylish wits, Suii l Ih. c'el'hrated . 1I Al ,nA t . h:liuttn sutits itl .iiin, istsinu"wr ani iots and fantcy cassimeres, with single-breastl sack fred Itejamtlin & It. ; imalt. 4I I;l..y ciassi , s it ithcv t.,i t t llari ,,k .nt,1 bli"r . . , gu- with singleh coats, three and four buttton style; all sites. Choice alI fancy cheviots, with 4singl hrasted sack I r .a ts. hreattsl s.rk coat.. tln h II Ir, but fr k t l its of of these $,2.q to $18.uu suits for $9.75. They are all sizes. Ihoice o these $s to $_ , sack ,uits hpuk clay i rltd, all ,vitck i h, nert , Ihcst. li nth all right. for $1t .75. nit t o, f $ 1.75. New Negligee Shirts Styles Right Up to the Minute When the leaves begin to fall Sur.tmmer fashions have to crawl. Shirts still negligee, but some arec noisy. Twenty or more different styles at the one price and not a poor pattern or coloring in the bunch. Price Only $1.50 Each Fancy Madras Shirts, soft bosoms, laundcred hands, white grounds with fancy figures and detached cuffs. All sizes in the )est of colorings. Only $1.5o each. Men's Shirts at $1.50 Men's Shirts at $1.50 Men's Shirts at $1.50 Men's Shirts at 75c Fancy madras shirts, fancy sniltp s "anty mI :dr s shirt., in hltt ', 2 i .1t1 I'nt t'y a m raw hits. ith t sile It . ii .I I,,,w i s Uti l , l i t t,, A n I ,l, i th In darker colorings, attachcd calf., to :1,1 bli.wk awl twhilt ,I,-, I,, taint at umi", tit bhl k a.ti w"l t,, Mit. ,i :n".hl. i t ', I 1h .0,li t ,, 'tlr;li;;re iimatch all sizes; six different stys;is t' ! I ittt lu ,i t o l: It t1,1 aI ut I whip ;11, liiiit' te I ' . -.Aih , t Ih I , i ~1 a tl, il .t, At In1l. 'a.,l I A1 n Price, $1.5o teach, wily $1.50 teach, 'Ih . Lt t s out. cul, ta . i llo ( 11,1 ,. s.I 5l1 Ii - VIi ', I,,fu ;,;r. Silk Ties at 50c Silk Handkerchiefs White Shirts at 75c Boston Garters at 15c 1,2m in the lot, all irantl ni w, the \hen. white silk ha ,liketchiefs, gol \ hit, mtmlin shit lt,, wilh 111IN" bu . , la test in sty le a n d colo rin g s ; lig h t a n d siz a nd h cn stit h ,'d ; o ni ly 2 ta t I , t ,, e xclllen t hti ly : , ai', I l Ii w il I, dark. in reversible four in-hands, i t-i L erials and ecks; Ibeautites for the Kid G loves at 75c t.. i . , , . ,, , . . orice. hi'\ s kid gl vws, tau s . lt Ii ru r, ,,',, I;1,.i t \ ilu o a w l , ov r: Several other styles; late novelties sti cs 7'; to K;;; rI gulat fi ..; vathc, t hes1 1h1 , ma.k,I, , , , , . :,hlln t at .' 'It'ahly fr ................. tar at _ popllar prices. for 75c. I 'as its , ,,r q alily for ................. 35c INobby Neckwear H1osiery Bargains R New Lot--The Latest Out Great Values for Very Little Money Our notion buyer has sent in a swell lot of [Fancy Neck- Our Notion m a)cprtmenlnt is too hai'ily stocked with sC. wear that every woman must appreciate. Strictly up-to- eral lines of Women's atd Chihldrc's llesiery, the kittd date styles at less than market prices, most wan!cd, but we cut the price to redtLice stock. Women's Neckwear Women's Neckwear Women's Hosiery ehildren's Hosiery New wash tics, with pretty tucked Iincyutn lace i,,llar,, fir c,(iit :tI itn, , it i, bhik iitt, ln fit full lIt1 s. ii, gitl i ivy a 1ti lii iit s t o c k s , in w h it e a n d b lu e , w ati st s, i ,, b la c k , w h it ,, cr c a mn ... . A r a b, f a ,, m sl .... ... w1e .. . t.. . .. . . . . . , , , hi ,; v f lt h it o ;.la 1 h,. r ,t ,ll ' ,,I,. ,, u t ely li j Only 15c Each tnt,. 3 Pair for soc 'i~, nt. .te nes I Dainty itiil walhale Fiorlora $1.75 to $3.5o Each w m, ,, . ... ,a Ii, , 1,, (, ,nly 25c Pzair tits, in mull, lawn antd silk, some with solutt ly last 'Inor iil stri lly full tai collars andt tucked -itocks and etmC New boas in hit fl't, liberty, silk fash;t on d tth uii l hn tI s .lS a , Blltt'i i I gils' lisle a l Ii'ot! broi lery in pnk, blue, white and • ett'rc " ' 11' an d appli~que vtlcts, 2omlbllinationls f 't "e ua " -., go l, a., n , , yx .and, IMa k and, full Jl.,Jh blc. Only 25c Each ot white ani lit lak litest fall styls. Only 2 c Pair ' i, al.t " ' , n " , t .eul li Ii y - tntivhatinll'iwti, $2.5o to $2o.oo Each w,"..... ,,'. lt . u.. . t., f , i, l nit, t . i i,,,, 3 Pairs for $S.oo New ping-pon/; ties, muslin and lawn, .5•ton her,, ,hop '.tith kichclieu ribh ,. in pink, whte, hlue, bl ack an I cardhnal, pli a x fas blw .fl asind A ot nop is n n ietq a t so n i t l v it~ l ut r k a n d t i n s e r t i o n ls , s o m e N O W I V e l l n g s w o h le n ' l t ' f to t ., i t c s , f t l ', , c o ho n r t o.d h P , 1 ] Only 35c Each t,, Iate t for fall in ihitit, nets 3 Pairs for $S.oo At Half i ricet .. ....e ", tlia ,.,uome l ,. ;rmd ousselilne so lsui. ith large and Irl l~~ a t-l .* nI I ne -m Ne .,w F'lorodlora altid auitonoslil ttt.s .. . iit t , , in Iiili-iii ii itlr lage ittil ehildren's Hos of white haItw w th pretty tie ati 1 siti- itetil ....evt ittutii I' t hI I, toti It mi li l N ew€". t B elt , ertion, tuekel stock with ..... dered i ots, '5c to $ . . yar,* will ,ib , t , , ii ' hi . .tit s ' ..th.,i I, fi ..t.. .. r t, It . tal collarsi A'I t coll r, at h talfic ,r I s i itttity S i I sint , Lt l ul y irl t, l 5tU I Only soc Each Iit,.s fron 5c to $ .oo each. 3 Pairs for soc t t li. JENKINS SAYS THE MONEY HE HAD WAS NOT HIS OWN That Is Why He Means to Sue Because the Sheriff Dropped in and Took His Roll of Long Green. Sheriff Dobson suirprised William B, Jenkins yesterday when he reached over and took $864 of Jenkins' money to satisfy a judgment that the latter has been dodg. ing for some time. About a year ago Mary Greeley secured a judgment against Jenkins to the amount of $r,5oo for malicious arrest and false imprisonment. Then Jenkins went into bankruptcy, but as a judgment cannot be wiped out by a man going into bankruptcy, the oflicers have been laying for him, and yesterday the opportunity came. Jenkins is a money lender and made an appointment with Mrs. Annie Penegritch for a pay ment on a chattel mortgage that he held from her. It was at this payment that Dobson butted in and scooped In the $864. scooped in the $864. It is understood that Jenkins will make a fight in the courts, clarming that the money did not belong to him, but was the property of one Mary Jenkins, for whomr he was acting as attorney. Better Take a Parachute Along. [Ir AssocIATED I'REss.] Paris, August 29.-Santos-1)umont, tll aeronaut, will attempt the construction of an aerial vessel to carry eight persons. lie plans to begin experiments with the m1. chine in two or three months. BARRY MUST GET BUSY AND FIND THAT WOMAN Says She Gave Him Timepiece He Is Said to Have Hypothecated-St. Clair Is Also a Romancer. Iturglar Williamu St. Clair anal Sneak Thief JIohn arry are runninlg cach other neck and neck ion the "other fellow" plrop osition. St. (;lair says the "other fellow" stole all of the gorods fouind in his house, and itarry says a woman gave him the watch which Andrew Goldsmith charged him with having stolen a few days ago. But St. Clair knows his "other fellow" has not been caught, and Barry knows the identity of the alleged woman is hidden in obscurity. Jarry's trial for the theft of thII watch was (colli'menced in thet plitce court yes terday, but after the d'lfcndaut ha: tilh one of those old time fairy tales about hav iug retcived the timiepiece from somleo)ne else, anl adjournmltenlit in his case was taken ulltil Iext week to give hiti1 a chance to refresh his memory :s to who she is and whre she hang;s out. There Will Be Something Doing. Itt' Ass S(it i tio .ss.I New York, August 2z.-Williamn E. Smith, a brother of Mrs. Charles L. Fair, who was to have left Plainfield, N. J., for California last week, but delayed his de parture, is quoted as having said that any settlement of the case that may have been reached at San Francisco has been withl out his authority as an interested party.