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IT IS A PLEASURE
to listen to the music of a really ine 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 told with a guarantee. "The best for the money. Cash or installments. Bed ,ock prices. MONTANA TIUSIC CO. tsp North Main Street SOUVENIR Butte Above and BElow Ground All Latest Popular Books, News and Periodicals, Office Stationery, Fishing Tackle, Sporting Goods, Fancy Goods. Evans' Book Store 114 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. Euccessors to Carder Bros IRo0e 104. 17 I. 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 Utreet MONTANA UNDERTAKING COMPANY Strsral Directors Expert Embalmers THOS. LAVELL, Prop. Tlhos. Sullivan, Mgl. FLcae 88. s2 E. Park, Butte Richards THI BUTTE UNDERTAKER I cclllcal Undertaker and Embalmer. 140 W. ParkSt., Butte. Phone 307. IEconomies Thursday Large box eating apples, $r.oo; new timot ,hyay, hundred, 7oc; extra fine, fresh abagas, cabbage and onions, ao pounds, 25c; fresh eggs, 25c; case, $7; finest fresh creamery butter, 5 pounds, $[.25; pint bottle catsup, soc; Ander son's gallon cans catsup, 35c; fresh, crisp soda crackers, pound, 8c; mixed cakes, 2 pounds, 25c; five pounds An derson jam, 45c; lemon extract, bottle, Joc; good English breakfast tea, pound, 40c; fine Mocha and Java coffee, sold elsewhere 4oc, our price a5c; Mc Laughlin's XXXX coffee, one pound, ioc. L. E. COOK 331 East Park Street J. D.M'G EBOR VETERINARY SURGEON. Honorary graduate of the Ontario Veter inary college. Toronto, Canada. Treats all diseases of domesticated animals according to selientiflo principles. Office at Marlow's stables, 104 South Main street, Telephone s93. All cases p:,nmptly attended to. Current Notes. C. L. Finch of Pony is in Butte. Orton Bros.-Pianos and organs. a If you bought it at Sherman's it's good. * I.. A. Miller of Dillon is in Butte. House moving and raising. Tel. 7T7B. o Prof. II. Tyree of Dillon is in the city. J. C. English, past-master at Anaconda, is in the city. Mrs. A. Buchanan has gone to Miles City on a visit. Will Powell and family are back frome their summer outing. Mrs. Marony of Anaconda is in Butte onl a visit with friends. Mrs. E. Riddell will leave tonight for a week's outing in the park. J. G. Bates, tuner, Montana Music Co., t9p N. Main street. Tel. 504. e Miss Lillian Truro is the guest of Mrs. John Roberts of Willow Creek. A. C. Sandberg, dentist. taa opened offices in the new Clark block. * Finlay McDonald and daughter of Phil ipsburg came over to the circus. Mrs. John C. Norvell and children havil rc.urned from a trip to Dillon. Prof. Oscar J. Craig of the State uni versity of Missoula is in the city. Main springs, $1.oo; watches cleaned. $2.So; warranted. Mayer, 65 West Park. Father Batens of this city, who has beet in Helena for some days, has returned. All kinds vehicles and feed. Heel e Grain Co. Automobile tickets with soc purchase. . Dr. Sicvers leaves tonight on the North ern Pacific for a tour of the National park. Frank Kountz, at present engaged ii mining in the Alpjs district, is In tosii to day. John Orr of Dillon will attend the school of mines during the present ses sion. Mr. and Mrs. II. Walker of BIttet are passing through the Yellowstone Nationisi park. State Senator Tyler VWarden of .Mis.,aila county is in the city today on a bIusiine. errand. A. J. Schumacher, who has bIen i, Beaverhead county for some da~t, h)t; returned home. W. T. Ridgeley, the well known jo. printer of (treat Falls, is doing ludiness in Butte today. Mrs. C. J. l'ennicand leaves s5n,, fur a visit with her daughter, who reside., Olympia, \\'ash. A map of the United States and tlhe. world free. If you want one address L. (. C., care Inter Mountain. o Mrs. C. J. Renmicard leaves tonighlt for a month's visit to California and coast cities. Her daughter will accompany he'r. J. R. FI:aulds. editor of the Stevecnssille Tribune. is in the city today and will re fturn to his home on the preys gang'i spe cial. United States l)istrict Attorney 'Carl Pasch of lcelena is in the city in attend ance upon the session of the United States court. B. F. Wilson, the socialist speaker, will deliver an address tonight at the AwuF. torium under the auspices of the socialis' party of Butte. W. M. Enright, Jr., traveling agent for the Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha railway, is in the city today anid wil leave for Helena tonight. Mrs. Angus A. McDonald of Philips burg, accompanied by her niece, Mis Jennic Collins, is visiting friends in Butte and will remain for several days. W. II. McWilliams, the well-knowni mining man and prospector is in the city fromnt the Alps district, in G(ranite county, where he is now engaged in developingt sonime claims. Mr. and Mrs. C. '. T. rner of Chicago, who have been in lutte several days, leave tonight over the Northern Pacific for the Yellowstone National park. Mr. Orner is a Chicago capitalist. One of the wonders of Butte, the Thorn ton bowling and billiard parlors. D)on't overlook seeing them while in the city. In struction free to the ladies mornings and afternoons. I. A. lHeilbronner, sole owner M. C. Morris, editor of the Blillings Times, is in town and will join the higeria of newspaper men to Hlamilton. Mr. Mor ris is a gentleman, a scholar and a judge of whatever is offered for the edification of the craft on a junketing trip. John W. Swain, through his attorney, J. E. lHealy, has filed an appeal to the su preme court from the decision rendered in favor of A. A. McMillan in the case of John W. Swain against MeMillan as exe cutor of the estate of Kind Battliger. Advices from Salt I.ake today are to the effect that W. A. Larkin, the Oregon Short Line ticket agenmt in this city, who was taken to Salt Lake a few days ago to be operated on for appendicitis, is re covering rapidly and will soon be out of danger. Next Wednesday evening the Epworth league of the Walkerville Methodist church will give a social at the church. A program has been prepared and light re freshments will be served. It is the intcn. tion of those having the matter in hand to bring the people of the church and congre gation nearer together socially. Mail Your Picture. Ini a Patent Photo Envelope and it won't get broken. You can get any size at the P. 0. O. News Stand, 57 West Park street. Special Rates via "The Milwaukee" Road Home visitors' excursions to Ohio and Indiana points, one fare plus $2, Septem. ther 2, 9, :6 and 23. Th.rty days return limit. Write for farticulars. W. B. DIXON, Northwestern P'assen. ger agent, St. Paul, Minn. A Summer Trip Through Zion and the Rookies. A trip to the East by way of Salt the greatest on the American continent, passing as it does along the shores of Salt Lake and Utah lakes, through Utah and Colorado's fertile valleys and the heart of the Rocky mountains. No European Jour. ney of equal length can comparo with it in splendor of scenery or wealth of novel Interest. A stop-over at Salt Lake City is allowed on all classes of tickets via this route. For full Information or for copy of "With Nature in Colorado," write to or call on G. W. Fitzgerald, Genl' Agt., Butte, Mont. FIRST GUN FIRED BY THE GOVERNOR OFFICIAL PROCLAMATION ANNOUN CING FALL ELECTION ISSUED FROM HELENA HEADQUARTERS. JOBS TO BE FILLED AND COUNTIES THEY ARE IN Rowdies Will Have to Retire to the Ex treme Rear and Take the First Seat They Cin Find During the Coming Campaign, as Anyone Who Starts Anything Will Boe Promptly Jailed. VWhlat maiy aptly be ternted thIe first gun ini the co.nling ca;paign w;sas tired by ;iov crnor J. K. ''ole this morning in the form of a proclamlation fromt1 the state execultive setting Tuesdaly. Novemlber .1 as tite date of the general election in the state of Mon tana. As it is only 6o days until the date of the election, the govelnor has nitade hi official anltlouncement anid forwarcdedl I copy to l'hairman W\. I). ('lark of thlt board of county comntissiotners. After leaditng oil in the usual tmanner, the proclamation of the governor aan flounces that the qualated electors of the. state of Ilotitantia are hereby called upon to elect one relptresettltive ill cntigress, one atssoci;ate justice of th,1 sttpralett et.rit. state senators ill I1 co'lllties. ilei:llit' nO the house of represeintatives from all the counties and jutlges of the dititicit courts, one in the sercond judicial dlstrict. Silver How county, alnd one inl the Iwelit' it's trict which intialtaes ta coun lties of t'ht leatn and \,li .d y. Officere to De Elocted. The followitg o.ullnty oldh era will Ie heltctted ill eachl iof the .:I, cu ttlll s oi tI t state: Slh lit'l tc.tr.,ticer, a-strs ,or, cletc k Iand uteorder, cotunty atltorny. splterin tenl int of schCotls., pi:lllic :ll ntiniistrator. counlllty sturveyor. ( '.; li ionll:t r w.il lhe elect:,( its the fillou itu co ; iitt n : (' - cadte, I.ewis and ('at I.e. .;Ir How LanI ,Missotl . Alit a it i ir ll u i tel! i :t ctih f tih count tiet s of :t',te le, l.1 " ; ;,:, I ;1 . : itvter ],w atvl M i:.;o tl.t, 1 1! : h 'rk Of the ,li.trit . urt I'n.wo ,' tid l Rosebi t I. Stalt senators will ie ae! r t in troa it wat.'r. I 'a;tul, l .; -tlt. i-ar- us, :I ,t hetia . raiite. Je.,llr n. 1 a li.aII. M it - .soula, P'owell. Iavali,. Itoebtud, Silver Iow. Teton, Valley an I 'lluaws:wO.i M jubers of the hultts- if retire etat'ives will hle elected rom all ithe .untit ias ftll i lawt: it atirhtae::, . ; Itro, ! ,vatr, . : ('I th in m, t: icr :tlt, . ; ( hol ,l , 2. _ . 'l fl t 'r, _.2 I)atsott. I; )ter Lodget, It; lergus. i Flathe:d. .1 ; I;allatin, ,t Iraniti.r . ; Jef fersot:. .1; Lewis a lI I larke, 7; M;tliin. .; Mu 'cIller. - ; M issoutla. 4 : Iark. _ Powell, t; Havalli, 2; '...cbud. t: Silver Rlow, ia . Swtet Grass, I; Teton. I: Val- ' eIcy, a ; Yelowstonre, . Let the Rowdies Go Way Back. In concllitnig, thlt. proclaiation state's that in order that said ,lectiut may libe eonduct'edI in a ltuiet and ordlerly ttmanner, the governor otiers a reward of $10u for the arrest antid colt itlion anlily per'son violatint ally of the proviiians ofi the law governing the conductt a electiotns. It is signeda by tGovernor J. K. "Tuole and Secretary of State Getorg, M. Ilays aid hlas the great seal of the - tite of MAott:ttltn properly aliixedt. REDZIK MUST TAKE MEDICINE Austrian Amateur Pugilist Turned Down by County Attorney. .Andrew Red,ik, ain A istrian with a variegated eye that had be.ln colorcd by one Charlie Sph'er in tihe (riginial minie yesterday morning. ca;llme to the county at torney's office yesterday ;lafternolllo ti file an informationt against his ass:ailant. At turney Lynch considered that Redzik was something of a warrior himiisclf and ad vised him to take his medicine. Excursion to California. September 30th. ()ctoiber ist ald 2n11 the Oregon Short Iine will sell round trin tickets to San Francisco, going andl re turning same route, $55.0 (;ioing via () dent and returning via l'ortland, or vt4e versa, $68.50o. T'o Los Angelcs, going and returniing same rotre, $67.0o. (intig via (O)gden and returninig via P'ortland or vice versa, $8X.0o. Tickets limited for return until Novem Ler 15th with stop-over privileges. Remember the ()Ogdelcn route is 23 hours the quickest and make sleeping car reser vations now, Short Linie City Ticket Office, lo5 North Ma:in street, Buttet Mint. I1. O. VII'.SON, G(;ticral Agent. FIRST MEETING OF CIREDITORS. In the Ditrict (ourt of the I:United States, District of Montana. In the matter of Joseph R. McConnell, hIankrupt: Notice is hereby given that on the 2nd day of September, A. i)., 1902, the said Joseph R. McConnell was duly adjudged bankruplt, and that the first meeting of creditors wil be held at the Court of Iank ruptcy, No. 49 West Park street, Butte, Montana on the 16th day of September, A. D., 190o, at a o'clock p. in. at which time the creditors may appear, prove claims, elect a trustee, examine the bank rupt and transact such other business as may properly come before the meeting. TIIOMPSON CAMPBELL., Referee in Bankruptcy. Dated, September 4, 190o. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Lawrence Manning, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under. signed administrator of the estate of Lawrence Manning, deceased, to the cred itors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said administrator at No. 4 East Granite street, Butte, Montana, the same being the place for the transac. tion of the business of said estate, In the county of Silver Bow, state of Montana. JOSEPH P. COLLINS, ;Administrator of the Estate of Lawrence (Manning, Deceased. Dated Butte, Montana, this 20th day of May, 1ls. TRIES TO BAFFLE OFFICERS OF LAW MRS. COLLIS P. HUNTINGTON UN. DERTAKES TO KEEP POLICE OFF HER BIG GROUNDS. FOR SOME REASON, SHE WOULD CONCEAL CRIME Serving Maid Is Fatally Shot by Another Servitor and When Police and Cor oner Arrive, Wife of California Million aire Endeavors to Shut the Front Door in Their Faces. I tt m , t.. ,r Plttu a .) New 1iil'. St1i. s. -Mystery suiroundi A .loollgR :alfrny ol Ilthe Iltintilngti estate rnear 'I'hin.gs Neck, in which a: kitchen m.it ii ivas probabl1y faltally injimrcl by a :;irlriener's ;asi.t:nmt. MrA. tollis I'. I iunt ll~gtiun lllm.l c viry rlTort toI h f;iflle the pmo li'., and corone.r muitil tllre;iatenll l with ar r . t. T he m aidn ta s w ,a ] h li41 t ( tonnell, S- years l l l, ntit) th mltai nler :arrrest i. imistl with tihe shooting is I)aniel IHawkinis. pm yviirs oll, woo lives on th11 ist' ti with his wife ;indl Iwrvc- clhiilrieni. Miss (ioni.ml uotw lies at the point of idi h, ii.. n crii; firom thite wounds.. IIawk i, is saal to haive walked into the kitchen .il1 withoutiiii :u worid fiit , l ;i hllet into thi i.ill' iack. It pi trced il liii og. II' *shit i.r tits Ii·c lre, llh htilhli l stril.illg tit' ,i i. I li iI 11it r.Iin down ti the' I lock ;lii ): . .nltd into th i i souiinl. Mrs. Illltiiilg tio' l brotherli i in law, Mr. lollingsworlll, 1it I ;i, b,. thiniig at this l i lntti , ri'es itet the I.Ii ;1 \illi ti aiil of the cIa. ntnlll; . \ lh'.w:cial11 w:Ias called ill anm althoughlll hli *said s hi rl; l hir l h litl' i i ch.inc' toi live, ihe. i- l lt 1 thal ll one he l llowdl ill .\,IIII(. lilihller , rli. w lit ii. I'l,'i l' ii ilt:Jili hk the t1rmnnls. \ccording!y guards V,.iii.h of 'iti . \nAi stChester i talio au iI l ionlr ll (,lil:l. I : arriv il, iiiY ) w% re'lll in I lili. Iilt l l e nii .' c hil ilnot iie within the, im t h. He Took Him Down Promptly. i' f n er ii' irn.i ,li. i e'l. r. H- i ll ings Il,,lm ;ik , , ia l h e refi. ,ted h is d iiirin to bl., .il ,l to se' the woutl d gi,1. "Yo i c: l:ot sei. hI r," shlt Mrs. Ilunt ingiton. "lon t il :;it j.l ;li wt ll ',,, :iw.a . Ior I re~fusc to allow ;llylloll to ,.cc her." "11:ild :in." a,,id tI!i iiron er. "yo, ar. ;tidinll i the work of covering a cl imen. It yoi do Iol allow me 1.1 %i-(' this yoliul ,ili:ill. I will he Cot', itallld t) order your M ts. ,iltl t into,, ti gave Ihl It' h r u'i fllI liaried. 'TIhe dyinllt l-irl co'l kivw no r,' . i for it. ;twl Ilawhliii, re'ltse t to i,iltak . al s.:Iilt n llt. THIS FELLOW IS PARTLY TO BLAME FOR THE AGONY He Formulated home of the Sums You Used to Rumple Your Hair Over Up in the Little Red Schoolhouse. h hri.tiana, Norway, Sept. 5. I hi crton ltury jtnhce, nt'rn. I ,nI urar; tig llthe blirllth of Nit , I lenrik Abed, the Niorwegian iiatihe !talici:ll who wa. burn in Ill I , is attended by hulndreds of repre"'antatives of leadiun, Intiver! itiex, a;lnd scintific .sociti' s, inchTil ing pIotrfv rs fromll tilhe following institu i n1s o.f the L niit,'d tates : i'iiv'it.ily of N'w York. Johnts llp kins. (.oruell, W i, consin, I' luonti:,, Wes ],yan. 1 ale ;fnd l',.,.nsylvania. lKting ()scar will .enilrrtait the ,l,.]. ;, ,st ;11 supper foil Saturday. NO BERTH FOR MONSIGNOR Guidi Has to Wait His Turn ,Like Any Other Common Mortal. I ii o.i i ii.o r t ,."I oin.,,,. .Sept. 5. O)wing to thI, illmllos.i ,i!itly if ½inoirinlg lelths for MansIla at ;ill it' lier date Mons,ignr (;uidi, papal dele i.ate to Manil,. will sail fir :',aplls Ictlobier , idl is dui to arrTive at Manil I Noiveii btr I . Archbishopl ('h;:ltelle rof New Ihrleans ha, cabled his congratulations to M1n si:nor ,uidli on his appoI ntlnlllllll t. The Fraternal Brotherhood. I'rofitint; by experiin , of other similar .. a tie,. the I ,rmherhood has dcvise,l t it,il. whi h i is euit;abile. , isafe anI, re;ason able in c st a d ,lllo which ,utu I , ,,n, ,nd it ,,'lfll to the jt , .nn t o f all th oug h tful ,A I tlllar Il till iiii i t tiin of :l t. ,',liriah Ii dge Ni . 4, A. I. aln A. M., will be heldi in the old Masonic hidl I,,t urdl:y evening, Septiember 6, at 8 o'cloi k. All Masteir Masin, in gilood stai u g are recquested to attend. By ,rder of tlhe V. M. E. A. M'I 11I RS1IN, Scretary. Hotel Arrivals At the Butto. J. Fred Betz, Adrian, Mich.; IIerman Durst, Little Rock; J. I. Fauls, Stevens, ville; Tyler Worden, Missoula; Mrs. N C. Wilson and son, Hlelena; E. E. lhens Icy, B. .English, J. J. Callahan, Anaconda I '. T. Brocknan, I.aurin; C. A. Williams city; Carl Rasch, Helena; E. S. Johnl on,'Ncw York; M. A. Miller, C. W. Tun ny, lillon; 1). -. Htttinger, Oakland; R G. Cooper, elena; C. G.. Stewart, Col umbus; M. A. I'ooler, P. A. Pooler, Aus tin, Minn.; J. M. Glenn, Cincinnati; A. Z. Zeisler and wife, E. P. Wilson, Chi cago; Ocar Sparta, ltassel; Miss Lillian, Birdtrup; W. O. Mctzel and wife, Puller Springs; C. L. Finch, Pony; E. O. Sel way, Dillon; W. II. McWilliams, Phil ipsburg. At the Southern, Lee Kechley, Pocatello; Jennie Shan. ahan, Nellio O'Brien, Columbus, Neb. : W. Tarrant, J. F. Freeman, Spokane; W. I,. Crockett, W. T. Rohde, Pueblo, Colo.; J. G. Shannon, Dillon; Jerry Sullivan, Ilomestak, Gus Reamne, J. Caldwood, Detroit; warren G. Dodge, South Boul der; E. Napp, Elliston, Mont.; J. W. Foster, Twin Bridges; P. J. Manning and wife, Wlcker, Mont.; J. Daly, Anaconda; Hennessy's AGENTS FOR KNOX HATS For Neck ahd Waist In Notion Department H undreds of pretty ties, the latest out; dainty lace collars and novelties in belts are shown today _ ;at very low prices. Our buyers ` in New York bought a big Int at much less than usual figures. Our S customers reap the benelit. Come Sand see these Florodora, Automno bile, l'ing.Plong, Lawn Tennis and other ties. They are marvels of beauty. Novelty Neckwear Novelty Neckwear 1.1I ell I t F lodlra ties of white ilml ;- i its'IsI white lawn ties, edged with lin tnI lawni , with sllut h 1 'pots; m t lint' I Inc'h l.'. ani inlsertionl to wa.shal e lit.liy wil th m, ' f tr Is atch, imahde with an embro, idered pro Srtt ieclion rsllar; $t. i quality for soc. e . .i very pretty lpintll pl g, l teltnis and 1.1 nets whil 'ite l .s tit's,, m ilth cin ;nitlsiis, ile ties, in while lawn and brid lred t'nl,, in sevs's'ii preltty stylhs; evening shal;es in ,ilk, wsllh ltsl Ilhand od watsha bl. In elY . inches c nely trins els wilhl lacy i i a variety gi,.ss Aa~shl;slhh, il hly%' Ii I i tiytl': l s o, )eli , tf',. of while" hlr'k; wide; rs'hular ,st' anld s"e ties', f 'r . " values to $5.~ ,. for "'r. and '" e is. .',i) ri.chly ernlsv',,hrer l white lawni i'o new pint'ii ii I II pllln slth1' s aI u bi l l : s11 lisil ties. pretty l ' i ild Ith es tie's of whiti' l1, , wtill, pretty li 4 ii si s'i'ili ill'ry s;se'vt';ral le'w and inhil hroi,.lered sl h i co'llars, withi ttlkel t stil ; , ricl d IrIe $II I I t $_..', sto-lckl ;iiiand,hl istitI chl d edges' ,; also iit c.i 11. swhile slick wilth sab collar ald hilkedi clsck ; 5sc aitti 75,' ti's, for s5ce 'al l,. New 'Things in Ielts i1N1 I'ilsshl h' lellsrr ail Ialtil Issilher Nobby Neckwear " les, sily' sne tryst :5 li Nubb sia ihlt, in hlack inly; site, fr,,i :u I = I ill ery hansllli .otll e I l'as t ies' I s '' i .ll its iil'4 ; (ilo ly , 1' silnsh, Silpiire id ail 1 i.nai,,sance edge; nisi I point appl il I .s : I to I illncth , I, w 155 1' , lh'ih r ibelt; is Iths ' ti witd. and ln s l ; dsiillnt deIiilsil's ;: Ipricei'. "'Ill Il t' tli'i" I'l'' r hc ; aIlt k ;i lil g.ii)(1 :llls 4l.$ iI I,i $1 .' ii i sn , til \i ,ll i llil l'si: i l.lii' illly 5tii (s;sh ; ,ill IlitW Lace Collars 1, .i n li. ... i I .ilk he.lls, inll hllak ;1t , s whilt'', Ifh nll lpltly Iuckle, i1 gilt, A siilitis,' li til t i ll 'l Ilits I i' l d t' , iliver; pri's' I tirlli Io I Isil, t s.'hnr'l ,'. I( , 's' ci lliss , i1th d eIls i s lsiy st $ 1... :i 'h,. ill Ilvi'l 'silhaptIs , crle'im, wh .ite 6n' I s,1 sis iii,, 1 p1tn1 s Illts, in Is. 1,ii Arab s ihade , price, fli 1, $1. i, . whi',, iiis idls.',d silk ail novelty $.1.4,) and sthifill at least tls slhhs. silk nlilssig; lthe sliail 'stl belt of tlhe All tali sollsrs :a d it i.s r I el' Itll', I tseaon ; i ,it'' s :.i to ,s(; plis s $1.0t l to collars ;t h'lf price s $i ;i. Bargains in Hosiery Several lines of plain black hosiery for women and children are mnarked very low. Take advantage of these offerings and lay in a supply. P'rices never so low. Women's Hose Women's Hose \Vsnlllll 's black coIlll.)t hos(., it Fii tlloli hois , lilrlington fat iilingt In lst laick ;andl ;alsslutel) stain hlai k siil( stainessl',; shline have whiilte i I, ; Ill . qui;alitly. feIt all l saill's. 3 pairs for 5oc 35c values for 25c s\\ 'illlti nl's aInls in futlliy MIal(k lrs.sP, \V imeiin's fin l h l, aI nd i rleritl lIsheli' as ' drpl stitch eIfectls, 1hlr lacy os t., , ti l wiith hLive aikls, 5llh litigtli aiid 'hiyx"s' fast black, full er's all lac,; "Inile,'s, blas ck, fitll la s fa.hi II anii d stainless; regulalr 5ic; i~lll wi ll)s doi l sole:, ; vI slis', Ito l a n st a ihles. _~$.ý ,3 pairs for $1.o00 Only 75C pair w n,'. lu' listh' ltI. s, i, plain Itti'v 11"It ' Ilhrs'. ,I s:111 fsiis('yl drop stitlch Chliildren's Hose s.t I ., 1ill iili .ll I witl, sitll I",it lslasck :a ld 'ls tils'" 5'151 i lit ..'.' is,, ,' . I i,, ,v I,,, ; t'I.. :. ,',,,'ly. $ioo Quality for 5oc 3 pairs for 5oc Children's Hose IlHuy.s' silal iiis' very finell" c5i5 ti'ill ;III Ihsy.' nI I sirl' la hI bl ack coitl' lisli Ihrtlid I1.s', "4)nyx" list blaci k, hl ,'., lie ' liid Iht:%y silts, dou l I s' '' lllll', ll, l's ;andi kns .es; mflr reguilar a ll ,, l'." r e 1' s lit h )y. 35c values for 25c 3 pairs for $i.oo In Basement Wanted Bargains at Willing Prices Best Mason Fruit Jars and Jelly Glasses All /it ,, ail tyh, ;t Iw s t possibh' ti cI ". The eelebrated Gurney Refrigerators " is'vi'rsl sie.s aril 'stylIs, all it sill- 11th oil. iiin IA 'l'i:N\VAlII '1 .I l Tttl , ws rth 7 ts, f ur 5-r s'a''h. Good Things Cheap Big Ti'hings for Little IlD'lc'lsted i ,ll plj t's, worth s .ill , I'. fr f rit liilte irlin wash bsswls, worts 4icL, sit scli. fits' ..;i' s.ls. li s t',sars, for .':' i cith. 9 'iirr iiir wals'.h lush' rs, tim' worthi llis ti is' r kisife', w ith lhri ' sl.t ,l Iblad ., $ .2., . f'~tL $ i. ; ,;''t'.l l iosrtli qsis', fur' '", ' - I;stlil I;stillss, w5 tilll 75 ', fOri St'll slssars, large hi/te, witirIh ii., 5s(. fur .'s: earh. tialviii.'l wstsr hitu'ketrs, wosrth I5s', lIsrry sut' 1,f dcs'or:lll d Is l;l s, wortI l for 25C eci-li. $.'.5, for $i,15 . i .i', Ktiive's asid firks, ,s'srlh $1.as, fsi' (ralnit' iroll 'of,1 pot1 w sorth lls , 75e uhsZs , l for 6uc enals. \Vlhiti cliinta pIlatt.rs, wsrtlh 75c. for Good clothes line, wirtlh 3c, for 25c. 5oc e:iach. F. It. Fransier, M. Johnston, Watertown. N. Y.; Charles Van Sickle, Charles Ahern, Helelna; James C. Morgan, II. F. Rankin, Virginia City; Mrs. Blenton and family, Rochester; James Blair, John Morris, J, J. Murphy, Anaconda; W. M. Enright, George F. Ingram, Helena ;W. II. Hend rick, Kansas City; Mrs. E. Fogarty and child, Miss Fogarty, W. A. Ilulbert, Chi nook, Mont.; Thomas Wright, Wardena. At the Finlen. ..T. Ii. Hamilton, Durant; Oscar I. Craig, Missoula; II. II. Shutts and wife, Chicago; James Epperson, Lincoln; Owenl Burnes, Empire; James II. O'Neill, Great Falls; C. IT. Wood, Pony; TI. W. Adams, Ana conda: W. W. Welch, Helena; E. S. Ad kins, Pony; D. R. McDonald, Anaconda; N. I). IIltcheock and wife, IHelena; W. T. Ridgley, Great Falls; J. F. \'agner, Helena; Wallace Ioll'fnan, Great Falk; llenry Ramsey, Cascade; T. F. Richard son, Great Falls; \V. (. Ilutcliinson, East Helena; J. C. English, Anaconda ; Edward M. Conant, Minneapolis; Mrs. J. Jones, Miss Eliza Riley, San Francisco; A. O. Jones, Great Falls; W. II. Reno and wife, Mrs. W\. D. Pearson, Anaconda; E. P. Monroe and wife, Philadelphia; J. C Mc Carthy, Chesnut; W. R. Smith, Chicago; F. lloendorf, San Francisco; S. I). lDen. nison, Helena; Mrs. L. E. Gordon, Mtss Elsinger, Anaconda; Carl Rasch, Helena; J. A. St. Clair, Kansas City; H. W\. Fol sern, St. Paul; W. P. Grafton, Missoula; F. A. Matters, South Bend; D. J. Boyle, Livingston.