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Planola Was Made so Everyone Could Use the Piano Is It net strange that ANY ONE should deb lay vetil gtlI an Instru. ment which makes the p:a o o useful and is capable of giving so much genu. Ine enjoyment? All visit'rs are welcome whether eurlosity or ans itention to purchase erompts the visit. The Plansta cas be purchased on monthly pays.ents. Sold only by MONTANA IIlSIC CO. s9p North Mai Street Sherman Wants to See You About a Piano. You Know The Place-129 and 131 East Park Street. COAL Of the best quality And honest weight Lasts longer and absolutely guaranteed WOOD Of the same grade and Of honest measure. Dry as a bone. S. J. MONROE ..slty e1nee.. 47 E. Broadway, Phone 276 Largey Lumber Co. All Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber Estimates from plans d!eerfully given. Spe cial attention to mill work of all kinds We solicit your trade.usº.a Telephone 547. Office ned Yards, Iros Street, East of Arizoas St., Butte. TO FORECLOSE MORTGAGE Butler and Haldorn Have Suit Against William Beook and Wife Et AI. Butler & Haldorn have commenced an action in the district court against Wil liam Beck and wife to foreclose a mort sage upon property upon the Augusta Lode, The mortgage was given by the eeks to secure two notes, one for Sioo sod the other for $s,ooe. MRS. A...T CAMPBELL TQ.ISIT NORTHWEST' w N .ý^* .4 Ai..; MRS. PATRIC K CAMPBELL. Chicago, Jan. I7.-Announcement was made yesterday that Mrs. Patrick Camp bell, the actress, had entered into a contract with Charles Frohman for an ex tension of her American tour. Mrs. Campbell's tour will include all the large cities of the west, including San Francisco and the northwest. SUTTE FOLKS MAY HEAR THE RUSSIAN GABRILOWITSCH CONCERT AT HEL ENA MONDAY TO BE ATTENDED BY LOCAL MUSIC LOVERS. It is expected that some Butte people may go to Helena Monday to hear Ossip Gabrilowitsch, the noted Russian rtianist, who will play at the First Unitarian church, one of the largest churches in Helena, at 3 p. in. 'I ..s will be his only appearance in Montana. The recital is expected to be an event in the musical world of the capital city. A number of invitations have been received in Butte to attend the recital. Gabrilowitsch is only J4 years old and is said to nave developed remarkable musical talent front childhood. When only six years old he was taken to the home of Rubenstein, the great Russian pianist who, after consulting with the child and seeing evidences of his musical genius, pronounced hint a musical prodigy and recommended that he be given every opportunity to develop the talent the great musician found he possessed. The advice was followed and at the age of is. at the conservatium in Saint Petersburg, he played a Mozart concerto, with orchestral accompaniment, so well that Rubenstein, who was present, went into raptures over the boy's musical knowledge. Today, while still a youtg tman, he is considered one of the greatest pianists in the world. Gabrilowitsch is touring this country under the supervision of Daniel Frohman and first appeared at the ,etro politan opera house in New York City, where he made a great hit. Soime regret is expressed in Butte that Gabrilowitsch on account of previous enlgagemtents can not appear here. The following is the program that the aitist will render at the Helena recital next Monday afternoon: PART I. Bach-Tausig ...... ........... . ... Toccato and Fugue (D Minor) Beethoven-Op. a8... Sonste (Pastorale) Allegro, Andante, Scherzo, Rondo. PART II. Chopin-lanpromptta (F sharp major); Etude tC major): Prelude (D flat major); Scherzo (B minor.) PART III. Gabrilowitach-Op, .......... Gavotte Arensky...."Pres. de la Mer" (eiluisse) Henslet .. ... Si olseau j'etais Rubenstein--.Op. 6 .. .. Valse "l.e Ball" Meet me at the Phlfter. MRS. FRANK E. SHAW IS SERIOUSLY ILL IN DENVER From Denver comes the deplorable news that Mrs. Frank E. Shaw is critically ill. Dr. Perkins, the specialist who was in Butte to attend her sister, the late Mrs. W. A. Clark, Jr., operated on her at Denver for tumor Tuesday. Mr. Foster, father of Mrs. Shaw and Mrs. Clark, received a telegram yesterday relating to Mrs. Shaw's condition. Mrs. Shaw was taken East for treatment three or four weeks ago. She wasl so ill when Mrs. Clark died that she was unable to leave her bed. She was accompanied 1rast by another sister, Mrs. L.auser, and Dr. Campbell, and her final detinattlo when the journey was begun was New* York. Her many friends and relatives here feel the unfavorable news very deeply. ROSEBERY SPIRITEDLY ATTACKS GOVERNMENT Hints That Washington Ought to Have Been Consulted on Venezuela. SY ASSOCIATED PArsS, London, Jan. s7.-In the course o" a spirited attack on the sovernment's gen eral policy. Lord Roshery, speaking at Plymouth last night, referred to Vene zuela. He reminded his audience that when the liberal government had the same kind of debt collecting to do in Nicaragua it first consulted Washington, and then settled the business in a couple of days. lie said he did not know the facts of the Venesuelan affair, but felt convinced the government must have had itmperious motives in entering into the al liance with Germany. GREAT BUCK, SON OF SITTING BULL, BRAKEMAN Young Indian Employed on the Fre mont, Elkhorn , Missouri Valley Railway. Sitting Bull's son Great Buck is now emn Iluyed as a railroad brakeman on the Fre imtont, Elkliorn & Missouri Valley railroad. lie is said to he : hard working younllg man iliad to sunderstand his duties perfectly, atndt hii wsork gives sattsfaction to the traltnmen with whom he is etnployed. Great Buck has been employed as a brakneman for several imonlths, ever sitner Coummissioner Jones of the Indian butreauI made an older allowing young Indiansl to leave their reservations and seek employ mlent wherever it suited them. iesidle Sitting Bull's son there are matny other young Indians employed on railroads andtl ranches in various capacities. Quite a nlumber of them are empCIIloyed on the Burlington and Elkhort roulltes. running into the Black Ilills. Great Iltlck's run is from Alliance, Neb., to )Deadwoodl. S. D. The young hucks are engaged in section work. Inuilding fences,. handling coal and th elike. The recseive frlion $,.. to $St.o a day andl sesltm contented. There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together, and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease, and prescribed local remedies, and hy constantly failing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Sci ence has proved catarrh to be a constitu tional disease, and therefore requires con stitutional treatment. Ilull's Catarrh Cu're, manufactured by F. J. CheInev & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional cure on the market. It is taken internally in doses from to drops to a teIaspoonful. It sets directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the systetm. They offs r one hundred dollars for ainy case it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address F. J. CIIENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. UNIFORM TfREE-CENT RATE Northern Pacific Says It Is in Operation Now Over Entire System. TIle Northern I'slclic rcailway asserts that it has a unifiorm ralte lof three cen ts Pufahi's I ILast Grand Auction I' I I Saturday Evening At 7 O'Clock 0 I Your Last Chance. I Come Early. I Mark Ezekielsufahl's Auctioneer m m n 4 w' ROSEBERY. mile now all over the iyitelm. Iw wti han1iits in fare were recently nmade Ih) hite % i palny. IThe rate from Seattle eo I .ieleceiom. 1,1i,| aa low as 6u eents, was ra:e1eAt iteec M cents to I: $5.. 'hc fare bl-Ween I'4 lI.etl andl Sc.attl, was ilncrease-il 1eel $5 . to $5.6c. Meet me at the Pfiater. BLACKFEET INDIANS ARE TIRED OF RATION SYSTEM Want Uncle Sam to Put Them to Wock and Pay Them Wages Are No Longer Ignorant and Dependent. I . Ii ,1n t,,tlh. Icl i,hic a ,a.e IIl t ti l Ill. kt.'c t I C rr.ccetl enll. ,1 ille iiI ccc II \\'aihint nge I citil it party , Illl,. kt.e t t,, t.akc a ,111n,1114l "!"'" I .hv g,%,.,nm.., , t. insltitlute it slalllk Iln it. t|l .it ulset -1 , I t rese..rvatle. Indi.an.. 't lhe pi.eity of I .., Ionit c. :1 ttle~i them Ieilai ely th ier 11ice ilio eIrn e. . lhn . lhecr, ¶ hI lle 1.11.." Cail \ illi..m 14u,.s e II. It IS '.4.11 11hat the loialia s of \It 1.1.1..1 are ,r,. ns,* liltl of the. ratlion wl ".h ., ml u ill -.k I're 'l. hntl 14 .l-,.m ,velt to pIl tha1l1i I .. tick miedl pay thliem wic e. .. 'Ii e' Ic, lt cc lthat they are leecllinor hieyetee il ie iice.1 clCn of I1"ynr1"nce and depenll nl e (ilto th ralit n syece t.. m we;Il lel e111'y pl.u ce 1.i(' mieeilih l of Irel.lillg ihiellll. 'I lh y hI' liev. t i s .:.atl. thul th he e.e reel le el :I d . Iei of reeIlil.hlel'n e neit lhie rIl liey will hr able' Itoll join tne rlll l htl1 Ic w.h ite ll rlt e e eers el trc l iove tel |.e i'1'e worthily elf their hletre. \% lilt eltaionll ihei ' etremeint w iII take in le ite eltci r c ',. 1ieC i 1e 1re lic teld . Meet me at he leahter. In New Home. Tilling., Jan, 17.-The 'city ofliee r lve. tell herrl umo1ed into tlih' el w cily hall. I he fire departil entl htli ne$ a Ie.i olvtlceieil ilCiteel tillce- nei i,,. ll :.1 ee ice li ,'l i iethetrel. IN WALL PAPERS At in tlrew., therte thoutl Ihe hoth ltyle slid fashinon. Art talone im nott enough. It mtutt he the art of today in the style of tihe time and the fathilt of the hour. If you seek suchi paper hangingI there is no better place thani uur. to hfin themll. Glass Put In by SCIIATZLEIN PAINT CO. 14 West Broadway. FRIED SELECTED FOR THE TRUSTEE IN NEER ESTATE Referee in Bankruptcy Decides the Creditors Must Surrender Their Preferment to Settle Claims. It. . M . I'trIl h (1 hllrn .,lth.l , I .011 t .1 t Irulilre of the e.ti. . 1 i N.l i.t Ni,,i. a Ibankrupt. Ther itrleditr tI Iti . h.int ki ipt ,sta.tI e lected Fsiel )'y.elt l,ty N,,r talhed i-,r $ i,. ci ,n 1 l. ;1a'lft- .ll.i tlillt to .11.411t $51.,n , iiCludstig. utfslatatoulhftn .1e utmlltl in hi W favor.N Ithe trlrt d lr to Ihut r * .lttil :i1t ,5 1 Ill IIIII|)Pn r, 1and Ihere w. a* i. lll,1'es .1h.u11 t ,i (I liit It i i .l(hi itl Ii th1 11 1,111 hut h.ttI tR III tlthe a..r tl h Itr -III that thri y - t r It lo It i liti- l 1%r tll o io. llllt i II ll.i t le lh ll t l . llit hlne I iii -, it h11t1. t il i11. Ied th, n.uIIII IIt i I .11h h l, Ito , I oli tttlt 1 liriI tWe . .uMtll like to e .k, t lhru.th t.e ed t iunII of yIur pa ellr, if thelr IIi ally p r lon wlho ha. iIn.e l.lren'tlll Ag. I blowter hfolr rthe r. of lndii.gs.tl.n, Ililmppsi.l ..11 I ivi r lfrnuhits th. ha% not been nrd. -" illa t ;I , c a l lll o rmsa lhr i€.r ills,. -. Ib ,Is .o.ll .tlml l. 4 . hir nll. i .1itioii of lu d. b, .bI,.t utIl c.s tivnll , s" r III v s d) I l'rpe in, h, . a1 ain falt, loy trouble rom' i, Io . wilth the tnlr1ah ,l livler ? I h; s nlnl inse h11 litell -,1I h o mny yr,.i in :,I t a Ilize.d ain. ti,-. .111 . , ' h 1.- , ,ttr .posal,0 1 lilth %,-i .,fil serul y ull BieI 4,I nIeI hll-ba k. Ir, .i n.st. 1'4,' have e,' r, ks,,wni ,I if4 l.iilitar II .n. }mu.hig l nm.eh sr+in' I. i| , a 1 ,Ie m a wi0h Vitt. si., I i Gre'n', W\% lhltl ',. N. J. For ..Il. by lII- Nv, l,r, r lIrug inXpny n.lid the J. I. Finihn In-r, t,,ompauy. TO SET ASIDE TAX DEED Agnes T. Miller I as Commenced a Suit - Property in Boulevard Addition. Al se. T. h Miller IhIIII |' nnwneed l r , oit ,h 'ed º l t-1 I,'IIi KulI ItI stn I li rt'ly i n t h e l ; ,i h.i v .t r d w ,h l i t io , . Sl. 1 im, at the likielr.