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to listen to the music of a really Ane pisno. And the Vose is certainly that. erfect in action, touch and tone, it is an instrument of the highest grado. It is handaomo in design, of elegant fin ish, and d,'able. Always reliable and sold with a guarantee. The best for the money. Cash or installmentc. Bed. *ock prices. MONTANA 1IUSIC CO. 519 North Main Street SCHOOL SUPPLI[S For School of Mines and High School ...... . Everything you need. Slates, ruled and plain; Ta)lets of all descriptions; new Books; new Stationery. Evans' Book Store 114 N. MAIN ST. "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. Successors to Carder Bros FRce 104.t 7 E. Qunrtz 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 [ iu sal Directors Expert Embalmers iH05. LAVELL, Prop. I hos. Sullivan, Mgr. Phone 8s. a12 E. Park, Butte Richards 1 HE BUTTE UNDERTAKER I icclk.l Undertaker and Embalmer. 140 W. ParkSt., Butte. Phone 307. Economy (Specials.) Large bunch crisp celery, bunch, 5c; fancy blue plums, large basket, 15c; cooking apples, io pounds, 25c; very fancy onions, 20 pounds, a5c; heavy crank flour sifters, i5c; celery kola bitt.es and wild cherry cordial, quart bottles, 75c; Magic silver polish, 25c box, ISc; 25c box pills, iJc; 35c jar cold cream, IJc; table tumblers, bet, 25c; syrup pitchers, 1 5c; a-quart pitchers, 20oc; -pound dry strong nins tard, 25c; ginger, soc; %-pound bottle India curry powder, soc:; .3-pound packages Excelsior breakfast cocoa, soc; 3 pounds mixed candy, a5c; 19 pounds best sugar, $s. L. e. COOK 331 East Park Street J. o. M'S BQR.OI 'VETERINARY SURGE9N: Honorary graduate qf ti, tQatsrio Veteo. nasry college, Toronto, .Cand. 'Iests ail diseases of doemtiolated aninits, according to slientific nrincilles. OMco at Marlo , ,tble,,o4" Soibth Main ttret. Te,.echone s,,,A' n .1 *asse prmnptl, atteqdod I . Current Notes.) Orton Bros.--Pianos and organs. * If you bought it at Sherman's it's good. " House moving and raising. Tel. 7yyB. o Mrs. G. H. Adams of Kalispell is in Butte. Mrs. May Hall of Virginia City Is vis iting in Butte. Dr. Southmayd and wife of Great Falls are in the city. Capt. E. W. Winne is in Great Fal!s on a business trip. Rev. and Mrs. E. J. Stanley of White hall are in the city. Miss Gertie Shearer of Granite is vis. Iting friends in Butte. J. Patsy Brown has been in northern Montana for a few days. J. G. Bates, tuner, Montana Music Co., tia N. Main street. Tel. 504. Mrs. W. A. Conrad of Butte as the guest of Mrs. Longmaid of Elkhorn. Dr. J. R. E. Selvers announces his re turn to resume former practice. o E. W. Griffiths, a well-known stock broken of Salt Lake, is in the city. Mayor J. A. Collins of Great Falls is in the city on his way to Salt Lake. Prof. Clinton H. Moore has returned from a trip through the National park. Main springs, $1.oo; watches cleaned, $s.So; warranted. Mayer, 65 West Park. Miss Jennie Hunter of Belt is visiting with her sister, Mrs. Mills, ,in this city, St. Joseph's Catholic church in South Butte have purchased a new bell costing $800. Best of vehicles and feed. Beebe Grain Co. Automobile tickets with 5oc pur chase. * J. S. McKinley, who is ill at White Sulphur Springs, will return to Butte in a few days. George P. Durham, owner of the electric light plant at Philipshburg, is in the city on business. Mrs. Percy Willis and Miss Martha Barker of Granite are spending a few days in Butte. Rev. E. J. Groeneveld and family have returned from their vacation, spent at Long Beach, near Astoria. James P. Eagan, aged two year and ii months, died at the family residence, 618% East Broadway yesterday. Misses Sadie and Jeanctte McDonald of Butte have gone to Philipsburg on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Finley McDonald. Miss Mattie P. Sim will return from California this evening ready to resume her position in the public schools Mon day. Miss Louise Blaine has returned to her home in lHelena after several days spent in Butte as the guest of Mrs. A. W. Cotter. Prof. J. E. Spurr of the United States geological survey passed through the city yesterday on his way to his home in Washington. Mr. and Mrs. II. 1i. Boomer of Butte and Mrs. Ii. S. Lord of Anacctnda have just returned from a trip through Yel lowstone park. E. S. Paxson, the artist, an.t his son Harry, will leave tomorrow for the Big Hole, where they will spend six weeks hunting and fishing. Miss Edith Brown and Miss Sadie Mc Kenzie, who have been visiting in Butt: for some days, have returned to their homes in Great Falls. Matilda lloffsunner, who came to Butte a few days ago from Spokane, is in the woman's department of the county jail, charged with insanity. Edward Winfield, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Winchie, died yesterday morning and will be buried Sunday afternoon at a o'clock from the family residence. It is probable that W. O. -Lucdkc, who has had charge of the Thornton bowling .alleys and who was called to Wiscons;: on account of the death of his father, will not return. All holders of club tickets of the Pa cific Studio, 221 South Arizona street, are hereby notified that their tickets will be renewed for thirty days longer if presented within so days after expiration. o A. Rocheletu of the Nine-Mile house has leased Langlois' tallyho, and, com mencing Sunday, the tallyho will leave Langlois' stables at to a. in., returning at 5:3o p. m. Fare for round trip, $s.oo. Week days, fare 75c. * Mr. Stanaway, leader of the Montana State band, has wr;tten to At'orney Gen eral Donovan making complaint that some other organization is advertising as the Montana State band, The Butte organiza tion is incorporated and claims the pro tection of the law. I wish to announce that I have just re turned. from New York City where I have spent 30o days in the careful selection of a strictly up-to-date line of thorough, re liable woolens, and posting myself on every thing pertaining to fashionable tail oring. Dan Kowske, 305 North Main street. 0 Mary Mac Lane in Wall Street. Third article written by her for the New York Sunday World now on sale at P. 0. News Stand. * Notice to Stockholders of the Butte Crude Petroleum Company. Notice is hereby given that an annual meeting of fthe stockholders of the above named company will be held at the of fice of the company, No. ao West Park street, Butte, Silver Bow county, state of Montana, on the 17th day of September, at 8 o'clock p. um., for the election of five trustees for the business year and transac tion of such other business as may comne before them. By order of R. A. WEISS, President. Special Excursion "ran. Lreaves Montana Union depot at8:1 a. m., Sundal for .. Inestone Spr.a4s, Whitehall, T'wly Biridges and Alder, re, prning leaves Aldek at 6:oo p. ms Rate. as follows: ,..tt@ to ipostono and retitrn..,,...$..e Butte to W hitehal:' nd rctiss..,,.,, ..., B5tteto Twin Brid a and retura..; s.le aIutts4 AMi ad seturfSJj,,o I. eeS Agents for 'ff~I~ Big Address Letters Acorn Stoves and H - A l Ceennessy's Heaters Hennessys~J~ 19 tor Butte, Montana. illined noveltiryes, different fromMonday anything ever befo,'c sh,,w,,. Composition Book ,Latest Fall Styles and Patterns From Paris, Fraince; London, Eng.; New York and Our Own Workrooms Mrs. Ralegh reputation as aneck, milliner and modiste is too well known to need any oof gmendation from us.- She hasnuine coralnsummate taste and having just arrived from the millinery beautiful and decidedly be- ( r oigto nlwa rel s The .School Case fcenters of Paris and Lonshionable fadn, stopping off at New York on her way west, she has seen all that scan be seen in Europe corand America, an advantage no other milliner in the state has enjoyed.. WeThe best values in trimmd hatsve a prettynd millinery novelties at all prices. Styles to suit everyone. of thi3s juto" as it ca,,, fro tlAe ll For lO c' , . . amine it. ancy Jewelry Fancy JewJew elry Scholars' Sundries Scho ollars' Sundries R eal coral nek chains, for wathes, Some of the most effective sty of Notion Department Bargains in Stationery Department looking glass pendants an other pur- hat pin w have ever en: rt- A io-CentIhy or ah ei rser, poses, in red, white and pink; stone ptarts slid gold, gunb metal and dis- Scholar's emllnankn.l w.ith hook anel S olsogsol oe round heads of coral string like pearls; nornls, jasper anl gold, gun metal key, containing ienholdecr, iwu, il;, . hulIm,, ly 5' ':, . several styles and sizes. Prices $1.75 with coral, diamonds aud turquoise; ruler and eraser, for .,5c. Itook 'dtings only -s5. e'atth, to $5.o. any othing evers jut as pbeforetty. Pricesho n. Composition ooks, o, and ah. ho- wr. V hatrdly any two alike. Choice Black ogwood chains of round nr 3c t heo $4. nech k, Stenmade ofgraphrs' t b ks, c d oval eads; some have jet eads sep- nuinack combs for the hair of French l oc -ach. S s, 6 y chs, h. aches. Prices $2.o and $ h. a pearls a d uint efcts. 9, only ec ch. Fu:nec' chains in tihe latest treak., of Several litth' Iwndhnt.,, hroaohes, iPenhol,.rs, 2 for *;". R. v, asibleh I.'n ;a, ge ncil Ihohlr, I fashion, including gun " metal a'o little rjus, mirrors in pretty cases, C1k tilte, pinhahhln, oly ,c ith yr.,. r, anly sc. rhinestone, gna metal and pearlse fah y pieo clie d froa the antique; lCh. Egyptian r wmetal chains, jet, s e and tso many of them that ot aletailed de- Saw nl3 Book Pree s1t. Iil , 4oitol, I dL a l; turquoise, amethyst and gun metal, s mription is inpossiblet. Do you know Evr o nIvr .kn ; womr . dir. edozen. arls nd beads of or alny kingsh ak t hPeal a spo nge grows? We can show cl t l.yhit l na d i n s1h l I, l e, S a,3 ils. Ilhin 'enhr, o" 3d ,'er chainse navc u hrettg shaies.imenr. New Buttons for Fall '" .... "' """ """ " " Buttons everywhere, skirts, waists, jackets--tvery The Story of a Living Temple fashionable garment for women'tis wear will areceive its Blc owo hio ound and S bl e d t $433 Co me. and33r~33' 1,3C z3ek ootko ýc quotac. a rlA Study of the Semetn s.rsy, inteS.n.ti3gly w Srietsn anWe hainve a swell liSne ty of the newest styles in pearl, by Frederick M. Rossiter, .3 S., M. 1)., isv $ii 25 metal, enamel, jet, rhinestone ea f l, gun metal, etc., in all sioes Marty l nry Ros iter, A.M. kntructiv , and P/ , iand shapes. rices from roc to ( $36.oo a dozen ental e crtaining is every page. ,oy5 ',y $Ht oys' Overcoats AtHalf New Styles for Fall o and Winter Sor r tig T l flackhi wonal gharmnt oforwound an werwllrie its4.0 Aah stenogayes stof bohks ,c al~lndhny ileetlgyw ova bed;oe have jtha d sw ell - line ofb fo the ne et stls in petf b Frenchiroc, eacl.ossi tct', rI S , by. e1I). b, .1Se l $i .5 aretal, enametw:l, enthinestone 7 ghn mea l, eotc.,ine ahll, siesma goldy I'ui talenry57 Rot1ssit'r A. My . 7ti by't 1 i1 tndo cu. andhe. shapce. rs fr.o m and$ oach. to $ea.ls ad dozent efects. 9 onlyteriain tiip Nýuew chisintyelaest forak of tal tl a endaWntsboer , Plhl,"s o 5 t'kv Halfl'pnadVAni odr rhneten Hennessy's We are closing ouyt a line of l)soys' and youths' ligghtwcig,1t I Second Floor overcoats for fall. Thcrc is being shown a brant d 'hcy are made of tan CoV - f ashi b new hot of Boys' wand Youths' rt cloth, single breast n p, with Suits in the big store today, fly fronts "tnd oll lined with s i We haeasellThey are smde of fine worsted Italian cloth, in the fosllowing , M ;$ serge of a dark blue color, with sizes: e ' good twilled linings anl d re well 3 to 8 inrclusiver, .t and finished. They are stylish in 1't to 19 inclusive.... appearance and strictly service. Prices run froy $5.oo to $15.00 an I'l go at expectly Co e$5.00 0versoats for $2.50 o$6.50 Overcoats o $3.25 $10 Overcoats for $5.0 Boys' twoice suits of dark wlue worst 3 ,, doublebr..sted c,,ts, .t ,, $7.50 Overcoats (or $3.75 $15 Overcoats for $7.50 Ons Allesy' Weze frre c ,.(nY45~i.losin outale M on ay to size, with three ck ts, pants have tap l s, patent sahs and three pock e t s . l l s i e s f r m 7 o 1 4t rn lt l y S1 (u3t .1 1a kS a l e o ndd Boys' three-piece suits arto made with sina do, brcasted coats of the latest cut,w t well lined ad nicely fiished. ests ar siglbreasted, othc rwse they are O Mont we w similar to the boys' suit4, above mentioe,,I. Sizes , to :6. Only $6.50. WOITICil's jackets and cl,)aks; lightt, medium atnel winter Youhs lng an sitsmae f te an br bueworta srvstlihlycu weights ill.a variety of styles. These. are broken lines and Youhs long... ..... a nt s uit s .. m adoftesam. ,h. .lewrsdsee , tl:, u odd garments to lbe sold rewa~rdhl:;s of cost or con:;.'len nccs. Hotel Arrivals At the Thornton. W\. S. Harder, New Orleans, l.a.; J. E. D)ik and wife, Augusta, Ga.; Joseph R. McCargan, Grand Rapids; W. Haviland, F. Reynolds, Minneapolis; F. C. Nichols, New York; A. C. Beatty, l)enver, Colo.; Miss Keeves, Miss Carrie Keeves, Savan nah, Mo.; W. F. Romaine, Fred J. Roth child, New York; George P. ..Dlrham And wife, Philipsburg; W. R. Mordock, Salt Lake; George H. Wilson, Philipsburg; F. E. Woodbury, Milwaukee; i.. S. Woodbury, Great Falls; G. F. E. Lumfield, Buffalo, N. V.; E. A. Jones, Great Falls; C. A. Chap man, Seattle; J. A. Mulcahy, Deer Lodge; Charles P. Armstrong, New York; C. A, Spencer, Philipsburg; W. A. Wallace, E. A. Katcher, Miss A. Arbush, Miss Karcher, Louisville, Ky.; B. Lyon, Des Moines, 'a.; S. B.' Hamill, Chicago; J. R. Toole, An.a. eonda; -A, A. Sherman, Chicago pl F. 1=E' Smith anOd fanily, Salt lake City; James J. Ih'od, Philadelpjhia; Mrs. George M. O'Priem, Miss Frances R. O'Brien, Greens bor,. N. C.; J. J. Hall, Chicago. At the Finlan. (;arl Kleinschmidt and family, Helena; Mrs. J. S. i)avidson, M. J. C. Ulrich, Great Fall; J. Fred Schlingman, San Francisco; A. Aunlifricd, Laurin, Mont.; F.J. Schaf Sr, Hlelena; C. '. L. l.apman, Deer odge'; George C. Taylor, Choteau; R. A. Lee, I)enver; T. L. Penrose, Granite; M. J. He:ley; Indianapolis; George Callaway, Bu.cola, Ill.; II T. Pride, Springfield, Ill.: I.. McMahon, Chicago; J. J. Keller, St. louis; C. A. Farr, New York; L. M. Hughes. Helena; George T. Slack, Fort Keogh; D. Collins, St. Paul; T, J. Vander slice, San Francisco ; Edwin Floyd, Divide; W. Fry, Helena; I., E. Spitz, St. Jophb: O. 1). Wheeler and wife, St, Paul ; F. M. Ingalls, Missoula; Miss Web ;ber, Great Falls; ' 9. W9IsF,4,r w .ork. cý. At the Southern. S. O. i irk, (;rand Forks, N. D.; f., F, lowiman, Shcrilani; William J. Tunan, Virginia 'ity; Alice Ryan, lHuntcr's Ilot Springs; John lBradhley, lan;as (ity ; F. J. Stanhy, Whitehall; T. R. Jones, C. S. Rost, Blackfoot; Peter WV. Gallagher, i)anbury, Conn.; C. 11. Eaton, !Mich "ol'ostad, I lelena; I.. C. Ilammond. Plain view, Ne,.; John F. Marshall, Boulder, Colo.; W. J. Jobinson, Anaconda; W. N. L.ey, Spokane; Dan Sullivan, William Bell, Great ;alls; E. J. Morley, William Bliss, Spokane; A. Angecrman, Postand; Torn Burke, Pony. At the Butte. S. W'. Soule, Billings; L. G. Beck and wife, Miles City; L. E. Mainprice, San Francisco; Elmer E. Hersberg, Missoula; George H. Toomney and wife, Salt Lake. Ii J. Johnson, Anaconda; Charles A. Knodle, J. B. McIntosh, Butte; H. S. Tanner, W. II. Grant, W. H. McIntirel Salt la,.; E. A. Tyler, Chicago; Mim, SIen; Walkervillel; Phl" Green, ilth1igs; P. 1H.( .awi,,, New Y'rl;; I)r. LeRoy Soutlluyd :nid wife, (Great Falls; J. M. ;Iron, I inc'hoi;ri; J. II. Sidley, Rexlniury, Idaho. NOTICE TO CREDITORS, Estatc of Richard Morrison, decesed. Notice is hereby given by the under signed, administrator of the estate of Richard Morrinon, deceased, to the cred itors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit themn with the necessary vouchers, within four monthsit after August 4, 1903, to the said administrator at No. 9 East Granite slteet, Butte, Montana, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate, in the County of Silver Flow, State of Montana. J. P. COLLINS, Administrator of the estale of Richard Morrisot, deceased. Dlet4d Butte, Montana, this 8th 'Jay O Sulttil*at, 9o0J.