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Hennessy 's 204Day Special Sale Butte, 1lontana Welch Folding Beds The World's Best The ('el(h-orted ".,WELCII" FO()LlI)N( lI:1E)S tre known as the Ihest from one (end of this country to the other. We sell lots of IthIm because we 'an reco endlllll11 them-- because we a' c the largest stock and Our Prices ire Right A firm in 1liie htliss belen making statements regarding "Welth'" oelding Ihli ,s not rIal t lys''t'(r by facts. Now, its to priceS this fii itti ad vertlis(ed- Style ' l 5, ,'\W l'eh" Munltel Fihlling lied, clii, quartered otik pliLel, iiiislhel in golden uiiiuile, size 4 by Ii feet, pricedil' and regularly sl'3 for ,S22.50. lie'lucmel lit $181. 50. Now, we have neitlr askeid imore tltt $15.00 for this beld $1. (10 is llour reI'(gli price lthe year round-- just one-third, or $7. :0 lowet"r thil the other fellows. Thle blit , e4 iti ripir.,ents the, No. 714 ''W lch'i" U'pright Fithling lied, of gihIen (i k, tjiqri'ter sa-weId ok panels; French ilrlrliro, Is by 4"1 iinches: witlh double woven wire springs; size of Ibell, ft. 2 x 4 fIt. 2. Our regI lil' piice for this ied is $40.00, a11n1 tip to lat Auigust we nec\'r ist.k ed more( O han 117.50 for it. A ])hitit furniture lirin has bleen ladlvertisinig the , (same thing lexceptinig tht the liirror is o.vlb as priced antid regulrly sold by tlheimi for t$5I. 440-- noiw reducedi to $42.5tI-a difference of $10).,( on ione bed in favor of dealling at 1i1enutssy's Blig Stoire. What Women Want Shown on Second Floor d Fine cloaks and Evening Wraps In apes, 3Monte C(':'lo,, hng leingih in VeloJitr, silk il] cloth, the Season's latest and best .tel'.s. No two alike. Sizes notly 34, t; -1 1 3s inches. $2o.0) ilarnw'ntl for X15.00. 8, ý.,l t ýiil'll('li11., foir $ 15.75. " r ,.(HI0 2il'nlltt, for 120.25. S-12.01 "arii' lts for : 31.r)0. o.i0t.t( ar' ilts for 4.5. 0. S I 'l, it 44 garments for $03.75. Underwear Women's Cloaks $3.15 Children's vests anl Ipanlts, worth We have addtl l abouit 60 odd jackets 35e, for 17¼!c each. Womtn's artr woolto th is lot. All odd garlmnrcnts; values in gray. 75e garcents for t 5c. froic $10.oo to $19.50, for $3. 5 cach. W~'onmen's black tighti, unioni suits, vests and drawers, at half price. Women's Cloaks $9.85 Corsets at $i.oo Twelve cloaks, three-quarter length, tight-litting back with double-breasted Regular $2 straight- front cors tt, fronts anil mercerized lilnings, good bias cut, nmediucl and short llengths, winler weight, serviceable and warnm, long over hips, in drab and black, black oily. Sizes 36 to 42 inches; sizes 18 to 28 iniches. Sale Irlice nly $17.50 values for $9.85. $I each. Silk Petticoats Umbrellas 1/4 Off Malde of fine quality 1:i1ftta, deep A fine assortment of the seasont's accordion plaited li. ices with lace latest styles in silk and wool, silk aind insertion triumminog, cut full w\idth l liiin all silk, with the newest with all-silk dust ruffles; shllow ill handles. Suitable for holiday gifts. handsome shladtes of pi, ;light blueii, Every umbrella is guaranteed. light green, cadet, lave.slcr, ccrise and $ I.o0 uincirellas for 75e old rose. 2.oo umiIbrellas for $1.50 $ 8.0o pctticoatcs fr $ 6.oO 3.oo iunlbrcllacs for 2.25 10.00 pectticoats for 7.5i 4.oo uilibrcllas for 3.0oo I2.50o pctticoats for 8.50 5.to0 umrlcllas for 3.75 15.oo petticoats for II .coo 8.oo unilmrcllas for 6.00 o.oo pietticoats for I4.oo io.oo uimbrellas for 7.50 30.00 petticoats for 24.50 40.00 icetticoats for 3 ...o Leather Goods Trunks One-Fifth Off vine travelinng iags, suit cases, hand One-fifth coclies off the regular pirice satchels, tra\elinig cases, shlaving cases, of our trunks, Steamters, Lurcclic, Siri. c.tc., all at one-hilth ohff. Everything in toga, etc., in c anwis, I;ether, filre and the dcl< rtcceclt at the snei discount. enameled stcel. Sizes from 28 to 4 $.oo00 articles for 800o inches. 2.00oo articles for $.60o $ 4.00oo trunks for $ 3.o20 3.00 articles for 2.40 5.oo trunks for 4.00 4.00 articles for 3.20o 7.50 trunks for 6.oo00 5.0oo articles for 4.00oo so.oo trunks for 8.00 6.oo articles for 4.80 45.oo trunks for 12.00oo Skcein silk, Royal Scicty, Brainarml 20,00oo trunks for 16.oo & Armstrong filo silk, rope silk; nearly a5.oo truniks for o20.00o all shades; 5c skeins going le each. THOMPSON ESTATE IS ORDERED SOLD An order for the sale of the realty be longing to the estate of Williamn Thomp son, deceased, and signed by Judge Mc Clernan, was this morning filed with Clerk Rohbrts of the district cour.. The order was issued upon the petition of O,. J. McConnell, administrator of the state. The petition to the court sets forth that it is for the best interests of the estate that the property be sold for the purpose of paying the debts, and con tained the written consent of all the heirs. Judge McClernan's order stipulated that the administrator should file an additional bond of $34,000 before disposing of any of the property. The property of the estate includes a lot at No. S9g Dakota street; a lot at No. 52! Dakota street; a lot at No. 304 West Granite street; a lot in Marysville; an un divided interest in the Mountain Chief lode; the Carrie and Last Chance lodes; the Boulder and Wisconsin lodes, and an undivided one-half interest in the Alba tross, the Klondike, the Blacktail, the Saturday's Bargains Misleading and False Statements Are Hoodoos Ilennessy's Big Store is offering Bargains that are Bargains, and the public knows it. Every day people are waking up to the fact that they can do better at liennessy's than elsewhere. This is demonstrated every day. The few. who wouldn't shop at Ilennessy's because some one filled them full of terrible tales of extortion, are learning to their sori ow what they've missed by listening to others instead of seeing for themselve k. Here is the biggest stock in the state, and our prices are lower than elsewhe,'.K What we say we mean. There are no false brands on our goods, neither do "w' have to misrepresent or misname the goods we sell. We'll Have You Know Our Prices Are Low See These Lambs In Hennessy's Meat Market Today. Best Meats Only Hind Quarter Lamb 65c Fore Quarter Lamb 4oc . Lean corned beef, only 8c pound. Fancy red apples, selected fruit, only Fancy Eastern pickled pork, r5c lb. $1 a box. Prime roast beef, toc pound. Fancy lemons, only rSc dozen. Salt pig's head, only 8c pound. Cabbage, finest quality, 15 ibs 25c. l'rime loin beefsteak, 15c pound. Carrots, to pounds for 25c. Prime porterhouse steak, :5c lb. ' Rutabagas, 15 pounds for 25c. Choice beefsteaks, only 8c pound. Beets, io pounds for 25c. Choice mutton chops for roc lb. Parsnips, to pounds for 25c. Imported China I-3Off Imported Steins 1-3 Off All our fine imported china cups and An immense stock of Mattlach's fa saucers, plates, bouillon cups and other nious German steins; all sizes; rich de signs. Prices from $1.5o to $25.00oo. pieces from the famous English fac- All at one-third off. tories of ('calprt, Mintlon. l)oulton There's a wonderful variety of decor and Cauldon. A rare opportunity for ations, there's a vast difference be lovers of fine china to gratify their tween the sizes, but they are all fine, tastes. imported goods. All Vases 1-4 Off All Lamps i-4 Off Simply indescribable; perfect gems A new and immense stock of the in Royal Worcester, Coalport, Minton, season's latest styles, metal and por Royal 'l'eplitz, Royal Bonn, Royal celain, plain and ornate, large and Vienna, etc., in great variety of styles small, $1.25 to $zoo.oo, at one-fourth and sizes. All at one-fourth off. off. Most housekeepers in Butte have h earl of this famous honey.' There's none better anywhere-seldom there is any as good. Fresh from the busy bees. 2oc a pound in comb, 25c a pound ill glass. Military Brushes at eut Prices In Basement Bazaar This part of the store contains so many things suitable for Christmas presents, things useful, things ornament a things for the house and things for personal use, Everything for everybody. $2. Sets for $1.26 $3,00 Sets for $2.00 Two fine ebony finished and mahog- .arge size military hair brushes, any finished military hair brushes, ebony and mahogany finishes, best good quality of bristles, sterling silver quality white bristles, large sterling name plate. The set of two brushes, Bilvcr name plate, in a neat box. Set worth $2, for $1.25 set. of two, worth $3, for $2. Toys, Games and Books FOXY (;RANDPA GAME-In box DAISY AIR RIFI.E-The hand 7"j by !S inches, with 40 cards illus- isomuest made, walnut sight. Only $1 trating grandpa and the boys. Price ' aBh. oily 25c. . (;EOGRAPIIICAI GOBE - Six (;\M E OF PARCIIESI-A right iIhes in diameter, on wire stand. good game, bound in paper with 16 1rice only 25c each. irasls uncl cornIers, four dice cups "11IE ABOVE ANI) BI.LO\V and eight dice. Only 95c set. G J(UN1)"-Full of fine half-tone en C KINg LE BOARDS - Octa gr:tvings, handsomely bound in cloth. CIROKINol.E BOAII)S - Octagon I'rice only 6oc copy. shape, 32 inches across, Ross' original ; rIc.T TOP POETS-Bound in silk make, best quality miade. Polished cloth and well illustrated, Price only wood; price $1.75 each; covered with lt and well illustrated. Price oly fine quality of flannel;', only $2.75 each. oCURE AND DESK articlesopy. 11OT' AIR TOYS-Twelve bright with ebony handles and sterling silver land attractive designs; also arranged nlountings. Price only loc each. for cngine attachlicnt. Price 25C each. ULsual price is 25c. Come and see. Blankets and Bedding Bargains We're Showing on Third Floor Colmflorts, coveredi with silkoline, o-4 grany blankets, strictly all-wool, large and warm, they measure 66 by 84 warp and tilling, with tancy pink Iuor inches. Regular $1.35 quality for 95e ders. Regular $3.25 blankets for $2.25 each, pair. Warm comforts for single beds, cov- h ordon laid blankets, strictly ered with colored calico and lined with alhe orlon plaid blanet, strictly Turkey red. Regular Soc qu~a.ity, only all-wool, warp and filling, very pretty 35e each. colorings. Regular $575 values, only led pillows, guaranteed all feathers $3.75 pair. and covered with art ticking, weight 5 1 hte Avon gray mixed wool blankets, pounds a pair. Regular $1.25 pillows generous in size. $2.75 values, going for 75c pair. For $r.75 pair. Minah C, the lirdscye View, the Fleecer Mountain and the Oro Fino lode claims. A Minor Detail. "I wonder,' said the actress, "who could have sent me those beautiful flowers l" "I didn't know you cared about that part of it so long as I paid the bill," an swered the patient manager. "But I'll send around and get the florist's name." Fortitude of the Ancients. O think tf those tough knights of old In clanking armor clad W\hen e'en a rasping collar now Will almost drive one mad. THINK SWEET CAN TELL ABOUT FIRE La te this afternoon Detective Jerry Murphy arrested R. G. Sweet, who has been employed at Lannin's tea store, on suspicioni that he knew how the fire started there last night. J. W. Tachel, who conducts an undertak ing establishment next door to Lannin's stori, says that he saw Sweet in the store --------------------------~ ~~~ Butte, Montana Ribbons Ribbons .... i t7 Styles New and Fancy SHalf Price / s. We Ihave Ieen asked so often about rilbbons that we have decided to give our customers something to talk about -somce.thinct to brag about. - In this lot are 20,0.oo yards, more or less, of rich satinls and gros grains, liberty silks, satin taffetas and fancy ribbons,. suitable for the neck. belts, sashes, cushions and f.,lcy awork generally, and we have them in all colorings, including black and white, at the following low figures: Width No. I. Regular value iSc bolt. Sale price oce bolt. Width No. i% and 2. Regular value 5c yard. Salc price 3c yard. Width No. 4 and 5. Regular value 8 r-3c yard. Sale price 5c yard. Width No. 7 and 9. Regular value ra!e yard. Sale price 7c yard. Width No. a2 and 16. Regular value oe yardI. Sale price IJ.}c yard. Width No. 22 and 40. Regular value 3e0 yard. Sale price 15c yard. Width No. 6o and 8o. Regular value 40c yard. Sale price 2oc yard. $1.oo Fancy Ribbons for 35c yd 375 yards beautiful fancy colored ribbon, inin stripes, polka dots and fancy Persian effects, pillow ribboln swith frilled edges and ribbons in all the college colorings. The prettiest novelty ribbons of the season. W\idths from 4 to 6 inches. Values up to St.oo. Sale price olly 35c yard. Gloves, Mitts and Hosiery Nothing Like Keeping the Extremities Warm Gloves and Mitts Women's Hosiery 6oo pairs women's fancy wool glov(es, 450 pairs womenll 's heavy cotton hose, in pretty combinations of colorings, in doulle heels and soles, warranted fast all sizes. black. A good 35c quality for 19c 4oc Gloves for 25c Pair ou air, s wonlen's line cashmere 320 pairs women's fine wool gloves, hose, double soles and full fashioned. in black, white, mode and gray. 5,c values for -.c pair. 5to pairs woccmen's very tine real 65c Gloves for 4oc Pair ,aco cotton hoI.e. r, :dar 5oc . ual 490 pairs women's warmc wool gloves, ity; going three pairs for $1. with high wrist and fancy crochlcet 200 Pairs wos, cce's linc Freccll cashh - hacks. inere hose, doublce soles. full fIhscioned, rich 75c \Nlces for 5.e pair. 75C Values for 5oc Pair Alcott .,s, 2 airs broken lines and odd sizes in wometn's and misses' importcd 360 pairs women's black wool cmit- cashmere and fine cotton hose. Values tens, double extra high ribbed wrists. up to $ ; choice E,Ily 59c pair. 35c Values for 19c Pair Children's Hose 240 pairs women's and children's 6o0 pairs hys' amd girls' wool cash double mittens, made of very fine mere hose, with doubl,elr soles anld heels Australian wool. and French me ino tics. 40c Values for 25c Pair 5oc Values for 35c Pair Sale of Men's Shoes In Hennessy's Shoe Dept. Today Here are several broken lots of mien's shoes that we are closing out at prices that cut no figure. You can't appreciate these hign values unless you see the shoes and ex amine the leathers, workmanship and style, then you'll know what a shoe bargain means. Men's Shoes Men's Shoes Lot i at $3.85 Lot 5 at $2.00 18o pairs meen's fine bshoes mcade of 12o pairs men's vici kid shoes, laced Oxblood Harvard calf, surpass kid- enl- style, Iplain globe toes, medium weight ameled coltskin, black velour calf with soles. All sizes. Kegular $3.00 shoes patent and stock tips, hand anid (;Goodl- for $2.oo pair. year welted, imedium and winter weiglht soles, mostly all sizes and widths in Lot 6 at $1.85 eshkic $3. pr.e $5.0 ad $6oo 185 pairs men's brown and black kid vlillipier (clastic side, high front), slip. Lot 2 at $3.45 pers, hatndturned soles. All sizes. Regu tIr $.!.5o shoes tor $c.85. 30o0 pairs men's black box and velour calf shoes, laced style, winter weight Lot 7 at $1.25 soles, Manhattan and colonial cap toes. All sizes and widtho. Our regular $4.00oo 20o pairs men's brown and black kid and $5.00 shoes going at $3.45 pair. opera and Everett cut slippers, hand turnedt soles. All sizes. Values to Lot 3 at $2.9S $.00oo for $c.25 pair. cao pairs men's black kidskin shoes, LOt 8 at 95c laced style, tan sweat proof, leathler linings, English welt, opera cap toe. Men's black box calf, low cut shoes, Complete hne of sizes. Sale price only flexible soles, for waiters and nurses. $2.95 pair. $1·.50 shoes for 95e. at 1o:30 last night. He was wearing a black derby hat at the time. When the firemen came upon the scene this hat was found on the floor. The authorities took charge of the hat and made a search for Sweet. He was found this afternoon wearing a new derby hat brown in color. When questioned as to where he bought the head covering he refused to give a satisfactory answer and he was taken to the police station where he will be held until the matter is thoroughly investigated. The black hat found in the store is un questionably Sweet's. He recognized it when it was shown to him and stated that he had left it in the store purposely last night. The police are of the opinion that Sweet can explain why the back door was left open and the key in the lock. Carie Nation In Bastile. Topeka, Kans., Dec. 5.-Mrs. Carrie Na tion is in jail today on the charge of dis turbing the peace. She will have a trial at 4 o'clock this afternoon. She was forci bly ejected from several drug stores and one of the prominent hotels in the city. Some saloons let her walk in and as she was closely watched she attempted no smashing, Towards the last a hooting mob followed her and other druggists and joints slammed the door in her face.