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PIANOS Have been manufac tured for 52 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 f1USIC CO. li9 North Main Street In Every Possible Way I have the finest, larg. st. hest equipperd, exclusivecly Optical Parlors, in the \Wet. I IIAV - TiHE III11IEST ABil. ITY. AI)r I GLU.RANTEL A PEI'R( FECT FIT. $2.50 to $10.00 Examination Free to All. Dr. Daniel Rosche EYE SPECIALIST 48 W. PRRK ST. BUTTE Tel. 741i Open .vecnlitgs. Opp. Lutcy Bros. Largey Lumber Co. All K nd3 of Rough and Dressed Lumber Estimates from plans cheerfully given. Spe cial attention to mill work of all kinds We tclicit your trade..sA. Telephone 547. Office and Yards, Iron Street, East fc Arizona St., Butte. Richards MTE BUTTE UNDERTAKER I itcllcil Lndertaker and Embalmer. 140 W. FarkSt., Butte. Ptone 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 Chicago And BEST as well Anything you wish to know abl;ot Comfortable Traveling will be glal ly told by R. A. GRIAY, General Agent, Helena, Montana. T. W. TEASDALB General Passenger Agent, St, Paul, Minn. YOUNG MAY SUCCEED TO MILES' POSITION MAJOR GENERAL S. I. M. YOUNG, Who in All Probability Will Succeed General Miles as Commander ri-Chief of the United States Army. IIt, . IAIRD t l ·.l.s f . New 1 ik, N,,v 3.--l .icttina:tlt (Gtn teral 1il wlst ill -retire from auc nett Aug.- t t. l inetra:l i -,lint' nalne' i ill the C m.nthly anrmy lit ntxst after that of (;en- t eral Miles. and this haIs pnted I lout the t protal,, suctice ihn. As a fast, it is stated that tilhe order f the tt1ames in the r li't swa' fix(d Iby tl e ,ti-'t lily Iof the com I u +is i, , ln s i t tile " of icers. GI rlneral Y ount; i ,ill4 have six om thi tto Serve in that grade if he wlire tlle lc t.ou ait geitneral. .1ajit r I; l ir:il S. . i. totung hilIs hadi l aa log anl active career in the army. lie r was born in 're iscylvantia, anti in April, I Ilia, enlisted as ai private, lie was soon a appo ited captain ill the Fourth Pennsyl- p vatnia cavalry, at a year lter later was pro- e uooted to a miajor. (i t October t. 1i86t, lie was made lieutenant colonel andit a few mlloths later ele'vated to te rank of colo nel. April 9, s?65, he was breveted brig HAPPY COUPLE TO STAY HERE W. I. Lippincott and Bride WVill Reside at 214 South Excelsior Avenue. W. I. Lippinclt. and Mrs. Ilheresa II. IThompllson were marred last night at No. 21.1 Sitr'h Excelsior avetnue which will be thetir future hitte, Judge Ei. \V. lHlarney performed the cremony, and Mr a Mr. and Mrs. Jesse I. Rtote attenlde tihe bridal pair. There were a large number of well known residents of lutte alt the cere mIony. A supper was served after thie service and illlmay happy toasts gave expression to thie high esteem in which tihe newly married couple are held bly their friends. CHRIST HUTCHINSON HURT Carman at Gray Rock Mine Has His Knee Dislocated. ChristIopher l utchi.son, a carman em ployed at the Gray Rock mine, was in jured last night while ipushing an ore car on the surface tramway. The car got be yond ilts ctontrol and forced him against a post, dislocating his knee. The injured man was taken to the Mturray & Freund hospital for treatment. lie is unmarried. New York Dental Parlors 80 West Park St. Over Symons Dry Goods 0o. Tb-llfl .X I HRAC'LTED ANDl FILLED AIISOL.UTE'LY HViTIHlOUT PAIN by our late scientific method applied to the gusus. No sleep-producing agents or cocaine. These are the only dental parlors in Buttle having I'ATENTED APPLI ANCES and ingredients to extract, fill and applly gold crowns and porcelain crowns uudttectablc from Inatural teeth, and warranted for to years. W\ITIIOUT TIlE I.IEAS'T PAIN. All work done by GRAI)UATEI) IENTISTS of frontm l to 20 years' experience, and each de partlent in charge of a spoeialist. Give us a call, and you will itnd us to do exactly as we advertise. W\e will tell you in advance exactly what your work will cost by a II;FE EXAMINATION. r6g 100lll Set of Teeth ......$. $5.0oo Gold Filling ........ . oo Gold Crown........$5.00oo Silver Filling ...... .50 In our (;1.) CRO\VNS and BRII)(GE WORK, of which we are tu.k;ung a SI'E CIALTY, the most LIEALUfII-UL, PAIN LESS AND DURAIILE oi all dental work known to the profession, you will find an example of the III'; III'.ST A.\TI'STIC AT TAINMENT, the adaptability of which to the HiVtIFPNIC coditliotl s of the mouth is unquestione. NEW YORK DENTAL PARLORS 80o West Park Street. Over Symons Dry Goods Co. 8:3o a. m. to 9 p. im.; Sundays, to a. m. to 4 p. m. adlier general of volunteers for gallant' anId m.eritoriotus services. I At the beginning of the war with Spain (;General \Young was mitale a brigadicr gen eral of s lulteers. IBeforc the war was over he had bctn hIonretd with the rank of major general of volunteers, which P rank died with the volunteer army in M 18X9. lie was made a brig:alier general M in the regular army in 1i9o and sent to' 1 the 'hilippine,.. "lien ft,ll,,.edl the daring and success ful canmpaign colnucted under the special direction of Genteral Vo'Ing, whose cav-. aIry scattered and broke up the instrr- f gent organization eliectually. I'lpn his t return fronm the Philippines (General Young was promoted to major general s and selected by Secretary Root to be o president of the Army \War college. Gen- p eral Young was also designated as one of the representatives of the Unitea c States army at the Germlatn maneuvers, a and returned from abroad with General Corbin only a few days ago. WEST SIDE FOLK WANT PROTECTION WILL ASK COUNCIL FOR TWO MORE POLICE TO KEEP DOWN THE EPIDEMIC OF HOODLUMS. In response to the urgent appeals of the residents in the newly annexed district on the West Side, Chief of Police Reynolds is going to ask the city council sor two ad ditional policemen for the purpose of pro tecting the newly fledged citizens. The communication to the council was formu lated this morning and wit, be presented at the next meeting. The residents of the district mentioned have for weeks been complaining of the disorder which prevails there, particular ly since the annexation. No police protection has been given and the hoodlums and gangs of boys have con sidered themselves immune from punish ment since the coultty rule has been sus pended and no oflicers went farther than Excelsior street. The gangs have been in the habit of congregating outside of the regular pIolce beats and have been terror izing the residents. WVomcn have been re peatedly insulted at dusk and it has be come so that no woman is safe in being out on the streets after dark or in the early evening. Circulate a Petition. The residents of the districts are cir culating a petition to be presented to the city council and will insist upon being given the protection for which they pay taxes. 'Ihe district extends west of Excelsior street to the school of mines and from Galena street on the south to Quartz street on the north. The district has not been policed and the disorder has been con stantly increasing. Chief Reynolds, in his request to the council, asking for two additions to the force, annoItnces that the two nIew patrol boxes for the district have been ordered and will be installed within a short time. It is expected that the council will grant the request. NEW DUBLIN GULCH. CHURCH Father English and His Parishioners ) Are Busily Raising Money. Father English and h's parishioners have been busy ri.ising Ioney for the new 1 church to he erected itn I)ublin Gulch. The excavation for the edifice has b el begun on the lot at Nos. 713 and 715 North Wyoming street. The property was presented to the par ish by the Amalgamtted Copper compatny. All kinds of coal and wood. [ CITIZENS' CQOIL QO, No. 4 East Broadway. Imps a, DANIELSON WANTS TO GET A BALLOT FINN WHO IS ANXIOUS TO VOTE IN THE NEXT ELECTION APPLIES FOR HIS PAPERS NOW, Most applications for naturalization come into the courts just before election time, as was evidenced by the rush that crowded out legal business in the legal de partments of Silver Bow just previous to the last campaign. But Gabriel Daniel son has introduced a new scheme. In or der to make sure that he would be en titled to 'his vote at the next election, he appeared before Judge McClernan to sig nify his intentions of becoming a citizen. Gabriel was a little bit shy on the Elnglish language when his honor ex tamined l im. lie started out to express 'himself in Anglo-Saxon, but the words did not come fast enough and he relapsed iinto the classic F'inn-talk of his native land. It took a considerable effort on the part of the court to make the man under. ,land that he was not making himself in telligible. When Judge McClernan asked him how hi he was l)anirlson began to count on his fingers and finally gurgled "footy. tee" with gestures of sincerity. lie clanimed to have been in this country eighit years. When asked if he had been in .A\merica during the entire time, lie in swer(ed in the negative. "\\',:re Jhave you been?" asked the rcourt. "In Idaho," replied Gabriel and a rip ple passed over the court anld Judge Mc ('lernan could not refrain in partaking of the merriment. But believing that the man would hlave an opportunity of brush ing up before he would be called upon to exercise his right of franchise, the man was nmade an American citizen and he thanked the judge in profuse but unin telligible terms. COMPLETE BY DECEMBER 1 Such Is Prediction for Paving in East Park Street. Conltractor F. O. Dugan announces that he will have the paving on East Park street completed by December r. Contractor Dugan declares the paving bhloks he is using conime from a quarry which James L. Smith has owned for the past five years and has no connection with the claim of Beaudette of Anaconda, usho has a communication on the subject to present to the city council at the next timet ing. Must Pay That Debt Now. Assistant County Attorney Yancey in fcrmied the county commissioners that the debt contracted in 1896 should he paid at once. The board was informed that $5,669 would be taken in settlement for the set of present ownership books that was com piled at that time. The matter was passed upon by various courts but has never ueen paid. Markley and Armstrong are the creditors. IfRIDAY AND SATURDAY SHOE SALE Buyers of Footwear will find mighhty attractive prices here for these two days. The magnet of good shoe values, when accompanied by interesting underpricings; tells the whole story of our great success In the shoe business. This is a Warm Shoes for Cold Days There's safety Price Lowers Ladies' Felt Shoes, side stay of leather and Save Event, turn sole; reduced from $1.00 Ing in Buying SEvent $1.50 to................... Women's Felt Juliette, turn soles, fur 0ur Shoes. Every Shoe Is now .................. ....50 . The best shoe the Best Men's Electric Felt Shoe, its -$295 bargains in C good and right, cut to ...... * of Its elass. Children's Juliettes. ...........50c town. Ladies' fine shoes, of the neatest and new- Men's best shoes, made of box calf or est shapes, strictly high-grade $285 black vici kid, with heavy cork-filled in every way; cut from $5 to.\gV .UJ soles, making them water- $2 95 Bi line Women's Lace Shoes $1.00 roo regular $5; now....n. . for this sale at.............. Men's Rubbers, for two days at.... 50c Tremendous values in boys' shoes. The Men's one-buckle heavy Arctics at.$1,25 Sbest kind of kangaroo calf $1.50 Felt slippers, home comforts.....75c shoes, will not rip, for....... Excellent line of children's kid shoe, Infants' soft sole shoe for.......... 50 Excellent line of children's kid shoe,65 sizes 5 to 8, worth $1, for..... Shoe strings for shopping, in all the ~' Men's good shoes, in lace, kid or I.00 different lengths and grades. C calf, worth up to $3, now... ..i Children's high-cut Overshoes .... $1.00 FRED HOLBROOK THE SHOE MAN 27 North Main Street, -- Butte xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxiococa xxxxx 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 that 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 golden finish frame, velour All the beauty of the ordinary couch, with the added utility of a comfort covering, deeply tufted, good springs able bed; guaranteed constructlon and substantial construction; price velour covered and deep rich frkint. reduced from a splendid combination; reduced t,0.oo o............. $8.50 from $a.oo $15.50 ... ... ... ... 8.. o ................... . 15 .50 Couch No. 160 Couch No. 157 Hardwood frame, tasty velour covering, Carved oak golden finished frame, tufted top, best oil-tempered springs, beautiful velour covering, biscuit full length, pretty shape; price re- tufting, steel supported, spring con duced from struction; price reduced $17.00 to ............ $13.50 from S, .oo to........ $19,00 Couch No. 163 Couch No.134 Hardwood frame, best steel supported, Covered with rich crimson, imported velour, strong oak frame, steel rest oil-tempered springs, covered with for best oil-tempered springs, biscuit imported brown striped velour; price tufting, fastened by best patent but reduced from tonls; a couch for a lifetime; re $i8.oo to.............. $14.00 dticed from $27.50 to to.................... $21.00 Two Davenport Couch Specials No. 2,763 and No. 8,765 have beauti ful, massive mahogany frames, upholstered in superb quality silk embossed green imported plush. They are by far the richest Davenport couches we have ever shown and are only reduced because .hey are more expensive than is usually in demand among our customers. The prices we name are good only Monday and Tuesday. No. 2,763 We Reduce From No. 2,763 We Reiuce From $85.00 to $51.50 $67.50 to $45.00 Mail Us Your Orders. We Pay the freight. Brownfield-Canty Carpet Co 48 to 54 W. Park, 41 to 43 W. Galena St., Butte, a a - * Montana.