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PIANOS Have been manufac tured for 5a years and are as near per fection as pianos can be made. We have just re ceived a carload of the latest styles. Come In and see and hear them. Sold on easy terms. MONTANA 1'USIC CO. i9p North Main Street In Every Possible Way I have the finest, largest, best equipped, exclusively Optical Parlors, in the West. I HAVE THE HIGHEST ABIL ITY, AND I GUARANTEE A PER FECT FIT. $2.50 to $10.00 Examination Free to all. Dr. Daniel Rosche EYE SPECIALIST 48 W. PARK ST. BUTTE Tel. T41A Open .venings. Opp. Lutey Bros. Largey Lumber Co. All Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber Estimates from plans cheerfully given. Spe cial attention to mill work of all kinds We solicit your trade..it. Telephone 547. Office and Yards, Iron Street, East of Arizona St., Butte. Richards THE BUTTE UNDERTAKER I satilcal Undertaker and Embalmer. 140 W. FarkSt., Butte. Prene 307. A Ticket Means more than your mere transportation if it is over It means that you will have every luxury and comfort-the utmost courtesy from all employes-a safe trip and one that will be a pleas ure and delight. It is the Short Line to ChicaSo And BEST as well Anything you wish to know about Comfortable Traveling will be glad ly told by R. A. GRAY, General Agent, Helena, Montana. T. W. TEASDALE 3enceral assenoger Agent, St. Paul, Minn. GREEN TICKET SALE IS NOW RUNNING CUT PRICE SEASON INAUGURATED IN HENNESSY'S, WHERE EVERY THING IS CHEAP. Business enterprise in this city and age resorts to astonishing methods in order to interest the buying public. When nat ural conditions are such that the people have little or no time, and much less in clination, to go shopping, the wide-awake merchants arrange their stocks in the most attractive manner possible and ofter the goods at unheard-of prices, so that the discerning buyer, who is always on the lookout for a good investment in house hold goods or wearing apparel, cannot fail to take advantage of the unprecedented opportunity. Persons traveling about the country and coming to Butte have often been known to comment upon the exceptionally reasonal)le figures at which, staple articles are offered by local merchants. It is a fact that many things can be purchased right here in Butte at prices which, were they to be offered in such cities as Chli cago. Cincinnati and Philadelphia, woutld not last many hours, because the demand is so great that the economic price would be recognized and the bargains would be snapped up at once. It Is the Best Ever. In line with this condition of affairs it is worthy of notice that llennessy's has arranged a sale which is destined to outdo all previous campaigns that have been inaugurated by Butte's wide-awake muer. chants. The present melange has been announced as the Green Ticket sale, ann will certainly surprise the shopping public in Montana from one end of the state to the other. The election always inter feres with the general course of trade, because people become so wrapped up in the excitement that they have little or no time to think of other things, much less of buying. Now that things have once more settled to the even tenor of their way, Ilen nessy's has determined to enliven the local markets by offering for sale the best goods contained in their stock at prices that are certain to startle all buyers who know a good bargain when they see it. The Green Ticket sale is inaugurated for the purpose of reducing the big stock which this store carries, valued at a half million dollars, and for that reason the buying public will be given a chance to stock tup on anything that it may lie in need of. Goods which are ordinarily considered cheap at $i will lie offered for 5o cents, and so long as the big stock holds out the people will have a carnival of bargains. It Is All in Green. To make this sale attractive, the mag nificent store of Hlennessy's, which is one of the foremost in the West, has been appropriately decorated in green. Large festoons of verdure have been gracefully draped with this refreshing color, and the scheme has been carried out through each department. In fact, the arrangement is a novel one, and as green is the most restful color to the eye, it is a perfect delight to wander through the various de partments of the store and feast the vision on the many pretty tlings that are offered so mllarvelously cheap. Each article is ticketed with a large green tag, on which the former and pres ent prices are plainly marked, so that the shopper can see for himself just what bargain is being offered him. This method also obviates the necessity of ask ing the prices, which keeps many a modest customer from inquiring and learning how cheap things really are. Nothing has been held from the Green Ticket sale by the lHennessy's, and already the people are beginning to show their appreciation of the bargains. For several days a band has been sere nading all parts of the city in adver tisement of the sale, and this afternoon Bergstrom's orchestra will be stationed in the balcony at the head of the store in order to furnish music for the people who visit to inspect the stock. In this way business can be combined with pleasure. Front the early indications this morn ing, it is certain that Hennessy's will be one of the liveliest places in Butte dur ing the ensuing season, and the shoppers give evidence of miaking great inroads on this carnival of prices. J. H. JOHNS IS OFF FOR AN EXTENDED TRIP SOUTH Walkerville Man Is Going to Look at Mines in Nevada, Arizona and Cali fornia, So Rumor Hath It. J. H. Johns, one of \Walkerville's well known citizens, is at present completing arrangeihents for an extended trip through Nevada, Arizona and California. He will leave on next Sunday for Tonopah, Nev., and from theie he will proceed southward to Bisbee, Ariz., and will later take in Lo: Angeles and other points in California. Mr. Johns' trip is purely a prospecting one, and at the places mentioned he will make a careful investigation of certain mining properties in which both he and other residents of \Walkerville and Butte are interested. He also expects to do a little prospecting on the road, and is pre pared to stake out any claims that may look worth the while. Mr. Johns has a couple of mining claims here, having taken out patents on the Meighan and the Violet lodes in l9or. These claims are mostly silver and gold, although copper has been found also, but at present they are not being worked. Mr. Johns would not state for publication in whose interests he is to make his trip, but it is understood that he represents a nunmber of moneyed men of this section. CLANCY CASE SET FOR FRIDAY Justice O'Connor Will Hear Suit by D. J. Hennessy in Walkerville. Justice O'Connor of Walkerville has set the hearing of the case of D. J. Hennessy against Judge Clancy for Friday of this week at a o'clock in the afternoon. All kinds of coal and wood. CITIZINSI' COAL c0, No. 4 East Broadway. I I MRS, PRYOR IS TO GET HER DAMAGES AWARDED $1,500 AGAINST THE CITY OF WALKERVILLE, WHERE SHE FELL AND BROKE LEG. By a jury in Judge Clancy's court yesterday $1,5oo was considered a just re* muneration for a woman's broken leg. Mrs. Sarah A. Pryor was awarded that amount In her suit against the city of Walkerville, although she asked for $5, ooo for slipping on a defective sidewalk. The case had been on trial for two days, Attorney Cotter appearing for Mrs. Pryor and Chancellor O'Donnell for the little city on the hill. During the course of his pleading the chancellor attempted to show that his client, the municipality of VWalkerville, was already in sore financial straits and unable to pay any considerable amount of damages to people whom it had crippled, but Judge Harney ruled that this testi monly ottt as irrelevant. TWO BAPTIZED AND TWO ARE MARRIED REV. CROUCH GAINS TIME BY PER FORMING CEREMONIES AT THE SAME TIME. Rev. C. 1). Crouch, pastor of the M. E. church at Walkerville, ofliciated at a rather unique ceremony, or ceremonies last evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. lhoimas B. Williams, North \Valkerville, when he solemnized the marriage of their daughter, Miss Beatrice Williams, to Rob ert Thoasll , and also performed the ordi ancc of baptismt tupon two children, one of wshom, Leslic James Williams, was the baby brother of the bride, and the other, Robert Leonard \\ illianms, a nephew of the groom. This wedding was one of those pleasant home affairs at which only the near retla tivres of the contracting parties were pres ent. The young couple were attended by Miss iessie \Villiams, a sister of the bride. as bridesmaid, while James Thomas, a brother of the groom, acted as best man. The bridal party carried white roses. Ant elaborate suplper was served im' mediately after the ceremonies. The younKg people are very tromninnt Ll on1111g1 the Good lempldars of the city and are also very popular with a host of friends, who wish them (;Godspeed upon their new life. They have taken up their residence at No. ,o Rose street, North Walkervill,. THE ST. PAUL CALENIDAR for 19o13, Six slheets, tux5 inches, of beautiful re prodluctions, in colors, of pastel drawingsl by Blryson, is now ready for dlistribution and will be mailed on receipt of twenty-five ('5) cents-coin or stamnps. Address F. A. Miller, Ge(;cral Passenger Agent, Cht cago. * Standard makes of Ia dies' and gents' gold filled Gents' shaving mugs aid Elgin and Waltham i II gla watches at $13.75, $17.5o0 brush completr. Regular Sz3.oo. Regular prices price, $4.5o. Selc price, front $,o.oo to $3o.oo. Our regular $1.5o nickel watch, only T $1.00oo The Bargain Seeker's Paradise $3.00 A CA-RD-Important to the Thrifty We desire to close out as quick as possible. We need your co operation. With the public working with us during the next two months the task ahead will be greatly diminished. We shall secure your aid by making it profitable for you to give it. This plan will operate because it is practical. Reciprocity is the winning element--mutual interest--our needs and your needs dovetail. The store is overflowing with things for personal and domestic use. 'T'hings required by men, women and children. We are, for reasons stated above, extra anxious to sell them now. This is an uncommon oppor tunity for purchases of CIIRISTMAS PRESENTS. A Positive Saving of from 25 Percent to 40 Percent On high grade, up.to-date JEWELRY, WATCIIHES, CLOCKS, I)IAMONI)S, CU.T GILASS, SILVER WARI , ETC. As a matter of economy, you certainly should buy your Christmas presents here. Can you conceive any reason why you shouldn't ? We can't. The prices are money savers for you. I lere are facts and figures to prove it: Ladies' r4-k solid gold Waltham Fine inmported full jeweld Reipoissse, eautiful A cut-glasrs special; an elegant Xmas • irenameled and deeply carved watcr, with watch, with a solid long guard chain; r aml c w c i Ansonia Iarlor clock, wth cathe dral present; 6 ounce cologne bottle; beau a perfect beauty; cheap at $47.5o. Sale enamel, giving an exceedingly rich gong. strikes halI hour l hour. Rg tiful, b rillianit cutting. Rgular price, price, effect; well worth the regrlatr ilrice, price, 8.oo Sale price only ular pricp $$9.0. Sle price, ecial sale price, only $30.00 $12.oo $5.25 $2.75 221 N. Main Street Mail Orders Solicited AAmong The Toilers UNDERBOSSES REINSTATED Trouble at Shamokin Mines Seems to Be on Fair Way to Settlemenb [BY ASSOCIATED IRESS.] Shamnokin, Pa., Nov. iz.-All under bosses who went out with the putnpnt and engineers during the recent strike were reinstated yesterday at the 1'hiladel ihia & Reading company's plant at Sha mokin and Mount Clements. Some miners are still idle because some of the mines are not yet in good working condition. THEY WILL MEET TONIGHT Rocky Mountain Brotherhood of Train men Are to Meet in Denver. [iY ASSOCIAIED 'RI MS.] li'nve\r, Col,., Nov. I..-- Ilaving re reived a terlrgan from Grandl Master Morrissey, annllouncilng the advance in wages granted to switchmen by Chicago railroads, Rocky Mountain lodge, Itrother hood of Railway Traitnr it, decided to ide mIand a Jo per cent intcrease fromi the ol tadulo Southern railway. The lodge to which most of the IDenvter & Rio Granute switchinen belotng will tak, ..t tion tonight. FRENCH RETURNING TO WORK M. Combes Thinks the Coal Miners' Strike Is About Over Now. I Iii AS-tlltAI i n rucIl:i,.1 'Par is, Nov. ta.--- At a c' nnclil of ilinis it rs, Mr. Cotitbs read the contents of dis. iatchis he had receivtd frtm the strike ilttii, slho ing that tile miiovie' ent to rc Slinil work whiich began Nlld.11iiy was giat ly accetttated yesterday. in sonic places work hadl b 'een enl tirely r.snitied, and Mr. LComnbs gave his col. I igiges to undtersland that the tnoveient in th part of the minertC to take iup thei tIIik would extend ti the diepartment !)it Ntd and, other districts. H. 0. CEREAL GIRLS GO OUT Another Chicago Strike of Ladies Who Cannot Eke Out a Livingj. lvy ASl.lo iA Ihl i '(i.i .I l'icagio, Nov. I . l'Tw hluldtid young in ilollt t employei d by the II. (). Cereal cilmnpalty have gonle on strike for higher wages. (One hutldredl en employe.d by thle samle concern have I't o struck iin sy.ui llhy with thce ,wo n . Ihl strikteri say they are c,.mipellehd t, do piece work and that it is tiith lithc lty Ihiy are abile to tatl fromi $.i..zi to $t a ei tk. THEY HAVE NOT WITHDRAWN Chicago Carpenters and Joiners Wish to Correct a Report. lii, .1s5 < IAIln t li S .1 I hlicago, Nov. I .- -It is stalted by Mr. itil II. Ih,,k, secretary of the Aintalga mtined Society of ('arplnters and Joiners that the report p.utblishedltci a few days ago Ito the effect that that bldy had with drawnu front the local eilrpenteltrs' cxcctc rive hoard is incorrectt. Mr. Ihok Sttiul his organization haI t inever inotilid lith e arpnteri hoaurd that it uwinles to sever its conltnction willt that body and does nut ctltinplate s.ch WHERE MEN PRODUCE. (Govetrnlument employes at \Vashingtont haive started a mol(vetlent to s.etre a to per cent ilncrease ill all salaries. Couches AR-SEEING PEOPLE-those who look to the years of service a couch is expected to give- are the firm friends of our couch values. There Is a quality standard upheld in our couches the t insures lasting satisfaction, and comparison will prove that even with these better qualities we are constantly underpricing all other Butte houses. In this week's offerings you will find abundant evidence to substantiate this claim. Couch No. 8 Bed Couch No.133 Solid oak gohlon tiislh frame, velour All the hneauty of tIhe ordinary cmlch, with the added utility of n comfoltl covering, deeply toufted, good spring. nable hbd; guaranteriti cton trtueiln : and tsubslta tial ci truitionr ; price velour covered and deep rich fringe; retlduced froll a sll rnt did inliittt , sum $,.11o ,o. t $8.50 f.e,,, $,.oo . ........... .... .5 to.................... $15.50 ··uu~mmmmnr--------------------------- ----. --~--~ Couch No. 160 Couch No. 157 ]ldwood frIaet , talty vlouir l overing, Carved oak glhth fiinished frame, tfhtd top, ,es.t oil t impe.red .pringl, litaitiful v.lo. r io v ting, biscuit full length, pritty ,hapl ; price re- tltiling, steel stilpportud, spring c'n duced fromi tructlin; price Irduced $ ;.i to.... .. $13.50 t.n,. b~Sn to........ $19.00 Couch No. 163 Couch No.134 Iardwood Iram t, tst .t.l o tIp ortcd, ('v l ti ch rtim , intlt.tll valiour, strtinug I;ik iotteiti t(ee.Il rclst oil-Itmperr d spilg%, ,covered witli flr bn.st oil l lemperdl splriing, ,iscuit r ,dclcrd from -,1h .; , h n t It fur a liltt.lilt ; rc $. o ............ $ .00 i ( .................... $21.00 Two Davenport Couch Specials No. n. ;7 4 u No. 2.7,5 have beauti fll, massive I.:hoally f ~;lh .s, irph l rlid in superb lualily silk rmho.-.d dr,,n impotted piash. I hey u 'e by 1 ir the richest I lay, n ast cout 'he(s w." have ."v er shown awllate only rci'tl d hel lose 1th '' ;arc tle (' t.1,( I'ive( thanlll is lusualllyl inll de and. l 1 ; ,ll 'nl(l tr c('uLsII s.l' , Th, ,lli' (' i LItwe a ie ' good ',ily l hayM lody a l 'Tuesd;ay. No. 2,763 'We Reduce From No. 2.761 We Reduce From $85.00 to $51.50 $67.50 to $45.00 Mall Us Your Orders. We Pay tihe freight. Brownfleld-Canty Carpet Co 48 to 54 W. Park, 41 to 43 W. Galena St., Butte, -a a A Montana. I arpeintes at Io Itlulu, IH;awaii, hIave asked for and r'ceive ai i r,( f Ucoats, makiaig $45~s for orgt u dy. ,UI1(II Illuf.,, l ; Ii. I.ia.,1r unIIio Inay adthe sit ikittg 1,oio i'u elenahos ton )lut., is p~rutesting ag~ainsts thte bale by fil pIIt itntii ry f cuu,1 it a un j Ii''h Idutin in (;rainl triuiu iner, at I'oitlland, .Me., will 1as for Ian I sli i;ase . I s ii;111 hiI , Ito take" cllci t Novi. ulhii'r 15. Sit ve.li'ores ,ll ask fior an i+ncrease oif 5 chllts an lhimn fo. night wulk. 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