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Hennessy's 20--D-ay Special Sale
Hennessy'S 20-Day Special Sale Butte, !lontana Welch Folding Beds The World's Best The Celebrated "'WELCI'' FOLDING BEI)S are known as the best from one end of this country to thie other. We sell lots of them because we can recomnlend them- l-ecause we have the largest stock and because Our Prices Are Right A firm in Butte has been making statements regarding 'Welch" Folding Beds not warranted by facts. Now, as to prices this firm advertised Style 815, ''Welch" Mantel Folding Bed, clmn, quartered oak panel, tinished in golden maple, size 4 by 6 feet, priced and regularly sold for $22.50. Reduced to $16.50. Now, we have never asked more than $15.00 for this bed $15.00 is our regular price the year round--- just one-third, or $7. 50 lower than the other fellows. The above cut represents the No. 714 "Welch" 'Upright Folding Bed, of golden oak, quarter-sawed oak panels; French mirror, I S by 40 inches; with double woven wire springs; size of bed, 6 ft. 2 x 4 ft. 2. Our regular price for this bed is $40.00, niu(d up to last August we never asked more than $37.50 for it. A Butte furnitti'e lirm has been advertising the same thing (excepting that the mirror is oval) as priced and regularly sold by them for $50.00-now reduced to $42.50-a difference of $10.0CO on one bed in favor of dealing at eIcnnessy's Big Store. What Women Want Shown on Second Floor Fine Cloaks and Evening Wraps In capes, Mlonte Carlos, long length in velour, silk alnl cloth, the season's latest and best styles. No two alike. Sizes mostly 34, 3. and 3. inches. $20.00 gitnritents for $15.00. $25.00) garments for $1,s.75. $35.00 garments for $2;. 25. $4-2.00 garments for $31.50. $60.00 garments for $45. 00. $s5. O ganrments for ,$3.73. Underwear Women's Cloaks $3.15 (Childrcn's vests and pants, worth \V,. have added about lo odd jackets .,t., for t7i , c each. \~ es part wool vsts and pants to this lot. All ctldd garments; values \\omcn's black tightl, u tiotn suits, v..ts and drawcrs,. Ia ,, ,ric. i Women's Cloaks $9.85 Corsets at $1.oo rwelve cloaks, thrce-lnarter length. tight titling back with double-brcleastcl Regular $2 straight front corsets, tronts and mcrcerized linings, good bias cut, Iiediunm anl d short llengths, wintr weight. serviccable fiial arm, long over hips, in drab and black, bl:kck only. Sizes (36 to .12 inches; sizes 18 to -8 inches. Sale price oily $17.50 values fur $9.u 3. $I cach. Silk Petticoats Umbrellas 1/4 Off Made of fine quality t.llu ta, dlp A fine assortment of the seaso,'s accordion plaited flounceis isithi lace latest styles iin s w l, silk il w , sik and insertion triiitini g, cut fill w\ idt t lii in and atll silk, with the nCewe.st tith all silk dust ruflies; shown it, hani dlcs. Suitable for holiday gi'ts, ihaidsomi ,,hades oi f ilk, light btie, lIvIr, umlrclla is guarantccd. light green, cadet, lavcldhr, ctri;tse oid $ x., umbrellas for 75e hll rose. 2.oo umbrellas for $s .5o $ 8.00oo petticats fur $ (.eo 3.i,o umbrtllas for 2.-5 io.oo petticoats fur 7.50 4.oo umlrellais f-r 3.to 12.5o petticoats for 6.5. 5.0o . iilmbretllis for 3.75 15. oo pittlicoats for I .uco 8.o tmbrellas for 6. , 20o. li)etticoats for i.o uo 20, um rellt for 7.50 30.io pctticoats for 21.50 40.oo) pctticoats for 3i.. Leather Ooods Trunks One-Fifth Off vine travnliii, Ins, suit c.ises, han.i Oie-fifthl comes off the regular price S.;ihcls, traveliilg cases, sli;tiving cases, of our trunks, Steamners, lutreanu, Sara tc., all at one-lic th i i. l:verything ill toga, etc., in canvas, leather, fibre an. the departmeniit at the s;ame discount, enamneled steel. Sizes froiii 28 to 42 $S.co articles for 800o inches. 2.oo articles for $t.6o $ 4.0o trunks for $ 3.20o 3.00 articles for 2.0o 5.00 trunks for 4.00 4.00 articles for 3.2'0 7.50 truniiks for 6.00 5.00 articles for 4.00 2o.oo trunks for 8.00 6.oo articles for 4.80 5.oo0 trunks for 22.,o Skiln sIk, Royal Sicicty, Brainard 20.00 trunks for 16.io & Armstro.ng Lilo silk, rope silk; nearly 25.00 trullks for 20.00 all shades; 5c skeins going 1c each. Saturda y's Bargains Misleading and '4 Statements Are Ho os Ilennessy's Ilig Store is offering Bargt $. that are Bargains, and the public knows it. Every day people are waking*' to the fact that they can do better at Ilenncssy's than elsewhere. IThis is demonstrated every clay. The few who wouldn't shop at Ilennessy's because some one filled them full of terrible tales of extortion, are searning to their sorrow what they've missed by listening to others instead o, eeing for themselves. gHere is the biggest stock in the state, and our prices are lower than elsewhere. ,What we say we mean. There are no false brands on our goods, necither do wehave 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 \ i 4* Lean corned beef, only Pc pound. Fancy red apples, selected fruit, only Fancy Eastern pickled pork, iSc lb. rt a bx. Prime roast beef, Ioe pound. F;Incy Imlous, oily 15c dozen. Salt pig's head, only 8c pound. Cablage, finest quality, 15 lbs 25c. l'ritne loin beefsteak, 15c pound. Carrotl, to piounids for 25e. P'rime porterhouse steak, iSc lb. IRutabagas., 5 pounds for 25c. Choice beefsteaks, only 8c pound. lIee(s, to pounds for 25c. Choice mutton chops for toe lb. Pa]t lips, 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 "'oiSs (; ernaii steins; all sizes: rich de signs. IPrices front $1.50 to $2z5oo.00. pieces from the famous English fac- All at rone-third off. tories of Coalprt. Minton, l)oulton 'lThere's a wonderful variety of decor and Cauldon. A rare opportunity for ations, there's a vast dilTerence be lovers of fine china to gratify their tween the sizes, but they are all fine, tastes. imlported goods. All Vases 1-4 Off All Lamps i-4 Off Simply indescribable; perfect gems A new and immenlcse stock of the in Royal Worcester, Coalport, Minton, season's latest styles, mectal and por Royal Teplitz, Royal BIonn, Royal celain, plain and ornate, large and Vienna, etc.. in great variety of styles small, $1.25 to $00oo.oo, at one-fourth and sizes. All at one-fourth off. off. Most housekeepers in Butte have h earl of this famous honey. 'Tlhere's none better anywhere-seldoml there is any as good. Fresh front the busy bees. soc a pound in comb, 25e a pound in glass. Military Brushes at Cut Prices In Basement Bazaar Tlhis part of tI sltore contaitls so Inany things suitalle for Cuhri-tinga presents, things useful, things ornamental, 'thinls, for the house and things for personal use 1 ,irysthing for everybody. $2. Sets for $1.26 $3,oo Sets for $2.00 Two fine ehotly finished and mahog- l]arge size military hair brushes, any finishied military hair brushes, elonty alnd mahogany finishes, lbest good quality of bristles, sterling silver quality ishite bristles, large sterling namelll plate. 'IThe set of two brushes, silver name plate, in a neat box. Set worth $2, for $r.25 set. of lti,. x\orth $3, for $2. Toys, Games and Books I:(X Y GRANDPA GAME-In box D.\ISY AIR RIFLE-The hand 7', by 5'.i inches, with 40 cards illus- sonst made, walnut sight. Only $1 trating grandpa and the boys. Price each. only 25c. ( G1E),i APHnICAL GLOBE - Six (;.\IE1 OF PARCIIEST--A right incus in diameter, on wire stand. good game, Iound in paper with 16 Pric" osnly 25e each. bsrass-Ibouin corners, four dice cups "'i'1"I: ABOVE AND BELO\V d eight dlice. O)lyl 95e set. CGR(l' NI"-Full of fine half-tone en COKlINOLE BOARDIS - Octagon igran\'igs, handsomely bound in cloth, KAi cet sh- lly 6,oc copy. blaipe, 32 inches across, Ross' original Gl TOP POl'TS--lound in silk naks, best qtuality ilade. Polished cloth and well illustrated. Price only wood; price $1.75 each; covered with line quality of lancl, only $.75 each. AND DSK articles, 11()T AIR TOYS-Twelve bright with (loiy handles and sterling silver and attractive designs; also arranged mounlltings. Price only ioc each, for engine attachment. Price c5e each. Usual price is 25c. Cotme and see. Blankets and Bedding Bargains We're Showing on Third Floor Comforts, covered with silkoline, 1o-.1 grany blankets, strictly all-wool, large and warim, they measure 66 by 84 warp la;t tilling, with lancy pink bor inches. Regular $1.35 quality for 95e ders, Rcgular $3.25 blankets for 2.,25 each. pair. \Varn comforts for single beds, cov- hs ts ;ordon Ilaid blankets, strictly ered with colored calico and lined with, strictly Turkey red. Regular soc uaity, onlyed with aIlC , warp and tilling, very pretty 35c each. only colorions,. Regular $5.75 values, only lBed pillows, guaranteed all feathers $3.75 phir. and covered with art ticking, weight 5 'fl. Avon gray mixed wool blankets, pounds a pair. Regular $1.25 pillows generous in size. $2.75 values, going for 75e pair. for $ .75 pair. l • i • • fill i • I l • lid I. n l Butte, Montana Ribbons Ribbons Styles New and Fancy at About Half Price tWe have breen asked so often about ribbons that we have decided to give our customers something to talk about -something to brag about. In this lot arc ao,ooo yards, more or less, of rich satins and gros grains, liberty silks, satin taffetas and fancy ribbons, suitable for the neck, belts, sashes, cushions and fancy work generally, and we have them in all colorings, including black and white, at the following low figures: Width No. i. Regular value i5c bolt. Sale price ioc.bolt. Width No. iG and 2. Regular value Sc yard. Sale price 30 yard. - -_- -_-_-_-- - - --_--------- Width No. 4 and 5. Regular value 8 i-ac yard. Sale price sc yard. Width No. 7 and 9. Regular value i2!/c yard. Sale price 7c yard. Width No. ia and t6. Regular value o0c yard. Sale price 12a,;c yard. Width No. ,2 and 40. Regular value 3oc yard. Sale price i5c yard. Width No. 6o and 80. Regular value 4oc yard. Sale price aoc yard. $r.oo Fancy Ribbons for 35c yd 375 yards beautiful fancy colored ribbons, in stripes, polka dots and fancy Persian effects, pillow ribbons with frilled edges and ribbons inl all the college colorings. The prettiest novelty ribbons of the season. Widths from 4 to 6 inches. Values up to $S.o0. Sale price only 35c yard. Gloves, Mitts and Hosiery Nothing Like Keeping the Extremities Warm Gloves and Mitts Women's Hosiery 6oo pairs women's fancy wool gloves, 450 pairs women's heavy cotton hose, in pretty combinations of colorings, in double heels and soles, warranted fast all sizes. black. A good 36c quality for ige pair. 40c Gloves for 25c Pair 301, pairs wome.n's fine cashmere 320 pairs women's fine wool gloves, hose, double soles and full fashioned. in black, white, mode and gray. Soc values for 25c pair. 51, pairs wollen.s very fine real 65c Gloves for 4oc Pair ,Ilac,o cottol hose. Regular 5oc qual 490 pairs women's warml wool gloves, ity going three pairs for $i. with high wrist and fancy crochet 200 pairs women's fine Frenchl cash backs. mere hose, double soles, full fashioned, rich 75c values for 5,c pair. 75c Values for 5oc Pair About 250 pairs Iroken lines and odd sizes in womien's and misses' imported 36o pairs women's black wool mit- casihmere and file cotton hose. Values tens, double extra high ribbed wrists, lip to $ ; choice only 59c pair. 35c Values for 19C Pair Children's Hose 240 pairs women's alnd children's 6o0 pairs boys' and girls' wool cash. double mittens, made of \vry fine mere hose, with double soles and heels Australian wool. and French ncerino toes. 4oc Values for 25C Pair 5oc Values for 35c Pair Sale of Men's Shoes In Hennessy's H Shoe Dept. Today Here are several broken lots of men's shoes that we are closing out at prices that cut no figure. You can't appreciate these high values unless you see the shoes and ex amine the leathers, workmanship and style, then you'll know what a shoe ba'galn me 's. Men's Shoes Men's Shoes Lot I at $3.85 Lot 5 at $2.00 18o pairs men's cine shoes maIdle of I2o pairs men's vici kid shoe, laced Oxblood Harvard calf, sur'pass kid- en- style, plain globe toes, medium weight amneled coltskin, black \clour calf with soles. All sizes. Regular $3.00 shoes .patent and stock tips, hand and Good- for $2.oo pair. year \vtAd, medium and winter weight o.1es, mostly all sizes andt widtlis in Lot 6 at $1.85 ietu~h kind. Regular $5.oo ani $bO.oo il ges o gulr $3,85 pair. 185 pairs mlel's blro\ 0 and black kid l illipier (elastic side, high front), slip -Lot 2. at $3.45 pers, landiurnsd soles. All sizes. IRegu lar $2.50 shoes for $1.85. 3oo0 pairs men's black box and velour calf shoes, laced style, wiinter weight LOt 7 at $1.25 soles, Manhattan and colonial cap toes. 11l sizes and widths. Our regular $4.00 12o pairs men's brown and black kid and $5.00 shoes going at $3.45 lpair opera and Everett cut slippers, hland. turied soles. All sizes. Values to Lot 3 at $2.95 $2.oo tor $.25a pair. 120 pairs minen's black kidskin shoes, Lot 8 at 95c laced style, tan sweat proof, leather linings, English welt, opera cap toe. Men's black box calf, low cut shoes, Complete line of sizes. Sale price only flexible soles, for waiters and nurses. $2.95 pair. $1.5o shoes for 95c. -J MUTINEERS ON PITCAIRN ISLE Captain of British Ship Sees Fire Signals on the Famous Little Island but Is Unable to Put In on Account of Adverse Winds---He Thinks Leicester Castle Sailors Are Intimidators. uY ASsOCIATED PR.ss. I reports that on September 25, when ofN San Francisco, Dec. 6.-The captain of Pitcairn Island, fire signals were notice the British ship Howth, from Australia, able. Hie says he made evcry effort to take his ship in, but he was baffled in his at tempts by the severe weather. The captain is of the opinion that the mutincers of the Leicester Castle, whose story was told yesterday, in a dispatch to the Associated Press from Queenstown, had reached Pitcairn, and signals were due to the desire of the inhabitants to get rid of the undesirable visitors. The Leicester Castle shipped 14 men at this port. These men signed the ship's articles before the British conshl on July 25 last, the day before the vessel sailed out of the harbor. These men were James Turner, W. Hobbs and E. Sears, and they were the only Americans among the crew. They were shipped at a time when sailors were searce in the port, and Captain Peattle refused to pay the regular shipping mas ters the price they asked for men. Tile .4 murn were picked up at various places along the water-front, on street corners and in saloons. OLD PHILADELPHIA TO GO Once Crack Cruiser Is to Be Cut Down Into a Training 6hip. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Seattle, Dec. 6.-The cruiser Philadel phia, once one of the crack ships of the navy, is to be converted into a training ship at the Puget sound navy yard. S.t would cost about half a million dol lars to remodel the cruiser and bring her down to date, and the department thought it better to make a training ship out of her and spend the money on a new ship. She will take the place of the training ship Nipsic, which is a type now obsolete. Laxative Dromo-Quinine 6 ,,W, WOODMEN OF THE WORLD,153 Whom They Elected at Their Annual Meeting for That Purpose. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year at the regular meeting of camp No. zIg, Woodmen of the World, in tile Fidelity hall last Thursday night: Charles Lannin, past consul commander; H. E. Rooks, consul commander; J. ii. Guerin, adviser lieutenant; J. W. Jaquette, banker; G. J. Langford, clerk; W. E. Winn, escort; J. L. Kramer, watchman; Alfred Paynter, sentry; C. S. Wostwick, manager. Elegant leather goods make substantial 'Xmas presents, at Calkins'. She Had a Rough Passage, San Eranisio, Dec. 6.--The German steamer Henriette, wh:-h uarrived hKre from South Shield last night, reports a rough voyage.