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Grand Millinery Opening
Monday and Tuesday March 16th and 17th. ! Hennessy's Big Store First Showing of Lovely Spring Fashions in Pattern Hats from Paris and Swell Novelties from New York Prom such leading modistes as Prancois, Joseph, Lichtenstein and Bendel, personally selected by our Mrs. Raleigh from the latest creations of these leaders. These pattern hats include the freshest and fairest of fashionable styles for spring; Mrs. Raleigh extends a most cordial invitation to her many friends and the pub. dreams of beauty, absolutely indescribable. We show a charming line of Bendel's lic generally to call and examine these lovely hats and bonnets, knowing well that from trimmed hats and his famous ready-to.wear hats. Our own millinery department will her selections every taste can be satisfied, every whim gratified. I lere are styles direct have many surprises on exhibition at prices surprisingly low. from Paris, styles from New York and styles these styles suggested. Butte s Finest Millinery Display Pinest Ready-to-Wear Garments What Men Want Several of Spring's Swellest Novelties on Exhibition Here. For TalloroMade Suits Evening Costumes New Dress Waists Pancy Wraps There's a marked difference between A few very beautiful costumes for Never wcre t)l*us more cautiul and s.ve,,.raln dainty little garment., inh S t. Patricks this season's styles and those of last evening wear. made up in the late t never were they shown in such a r.ch valirty of chlarming styles. showing the_ year. Improvements are shown along Parisian fashion: of fine nets, laces. variety. lnoa nonte Coarl, hlure efecu . and theray every line. voiles, etamines, nuns veiling, taffetas The favorite tentures are canvas nany toltec coat.., so popular in Iaris. We have today several very handsome and silk batiste, with fancy waists; some cloths, linen. eimbroidered linen.. "1i, wraps are made of etamine, pona suits, made of etamines, voiles, granite with long sleeves, others of elion length damask, mercerized canvas, fine lawns .gee, voei.s, covert clouths mad cheviots. t "+ No pla!e liko t111 bi; store f1r cloths, broadcloths, etc., with skirts made and richly trimmed. olohrings are gray. and piques. all in .potle.. white. i .iut, iray. ildalk ial canstor; also i spplying what IV ieidiit for ai y over silk; others with skeleton skirts. tan. black, lavender. cad.t 3141 light Some pretlt o0e4 , too, of Iig' .silk. 4 Il,.t. piat, de sui, and taifeta silks,) with blouses, Monte Carlo and tight fit- green. trice.s from $7;5.4 to $193 ... All are cut in Uth latest fashin. with trimni,..d with white lace and bilack lace. * tti all( Occasions. 'e h* the ting jackets; colorings are blue, royal each. tckings., tine stitching'. and the newest All inew. iobby anid nice. Iricr rolmi largest tt t(ks ani charge the blue, brown, grays and mixtures; some Le.ects. Prices f..r llm t~ .5 to $7 '10 iach. $7 . to $9nh5.o each. are light, very striking effects; tastefully Fancy Dress Skirts . lstllest prices. 'J tat's why ol0r trimmed. Prices range from $35.o0 to Quite a lg variety, is here i m,,,,.re Stylish capes children's Garments Iltsjilot4 is so imlllleilso anti why, $75"o'. " are cin. We are showing rich drs.'.. "casc fashion.. favorite, are made of l.any tastefully made coats for the 'ecautise of tis we caRll d dlo bUy TailoruMade Suits skirts of laces, voiles, peal de sni. pea co...bination's of lace, talleta .silk. and litil, one.. I .vely nother .should see anti mol ti all utod artit'Ies o low. Several very nobby styles, in fancy de c)yne. etamines and broadcloths. in chitions. The)y are peculiarly graceful, th,, mixtures, granite cloths, ceviot. broad- royal blue and black. Some are ,lia.ed.' vith. low necks and long .lowiug tab.N, , li, .,sts ., ..l IMnte ar., u A New Hat Men's Shirts cloths and Scotch tweeds. Some have others have linings of silk. Prices from ends; in black and black and white. h, k ilk taffeta a.nd peau ie soie, ith Nw h t e ts blouse waists, some are tight fitting and $h.a.;1 5 to $75.00 each. P'rices from $7.50 to 1$.15.o each. I;.1,. collars and trimmilitg Of silk braid Now' the ti e lte gt't il'nc. Ie Absolutely all kin,l, fromt a oe there ae blouses with cape ects. our a dressmtaker wouli ot give hou wat to see them to appreciate ral lace; sizes .4to 4 tyears. Prices hai hats in all lit. n w shapes anmd whitle dres, shirt 1t the fliet mnsle by Stralpeilgs on some show to advantage, every detail more careful atteltiii, their becoming loveliness. from $6.on to $2,.519 each. olIo rigs fu.r .spring tit $".51 ail $.i.50 barl & Wi'il, , ail ,lli llrho mi'r.. Strhppinas on some oach. In fancy colored shirts we are unW o S k irts aro w ith and w ithou t lliiings. " l ii .' h . .i. J a rq/t " iii ,, , r..prm -.1 y fo-r Ii'rii g. 4 ;i t|, . loti f lit" , ( if* l.'l'hrgi e dl " Ji - grayin na y without ta n liningnt,.ad On mecond Floor The Half Not Told Visit Hennessy's ,, .. , ar md , f.or ,, ,, . inr, ot of e. r0, w,.,,. Colorings rw.ga.nv, as(l nScn loor and. 4wr1 gla.'~ t Mli l ill* i~i 44b1e I ellal lMetall~ic Shirit, maist,' Iy l'l'in black. Price from $x6.5o to $ t 32.54 Will wear its hest hih and ttucke'r dr- merel y givrr h.e a hin.t of what a e I kr ci sl . ne ii ,gh i, toriiig to . if iat iy ,l ai t r, c I y. il .ll evrur i each. ing thc.c ope.oing days. and every one haivt. and every train from New York sh 1.dd take advanta -eg o thims ops.tng to n.ir',,,r lr W . '11t rn'gulamly m'v-'rywhrrr. at Every suit is correctly cut and care- who canl should sec anld exalnite these brinlgs in case.. of bright, neIlw garmenllts vi-i itlte andl gladdenti their eycs w., K x Hats ver Andy fully finished hby experts. lines of richly finished stru.met'. for spring wear.go, thig. K ox an elyhsri., g_ - a- all others il st.l and hality In Domestics urtains eheap 'Il,:: .a. hr lir, i. . s its altrA,'tiw' ;oiI give. -r neon a diets,J- \V'hich ,do yon Iaer''r. Ih,' I.'ay..,h g i.hel'd air. or the ,.m de-t t.o :.r .m letr th art This Week's Big Bargains Nottingham Curtains usc to 75c ea Al ih.. mw ,ck, ar re . . ,k.. . r. fm here, . ''ake. ymour ,,In, our talor 100 pieattll factot-ies a per'cnttageof the gI flie hoed It-lt i)rrhys to ill wide brim- iig departm-it iv growling 4u1r.' i1s 200 pieces checked apron ginghamls going at In all facties a percenge of te gods , ris. ii ll n, ,, . , color r every inth, l cl. . i ,, ....w.' Sc yard. will contain slight itmperfections and mI.lst he ing.. I'ie, $-.,,. uc.ih slyli.h, well fitig :iarmenl at ! 150 pieces fancy ginghulms, only 7e yard. sold for little Men's Shoes f .e ' , w, rrm'oe :lniv.h ,',er -,.!rda) 50 pieces imported dress linens 32 inches When our ibuy'er selected his spring itat- ivtials styles ill hii worll falinoris oire. will I.be here,' on Mio.l.iy. wide, all colorings in a 50c quality for 25c ydtl. terns from the( manutfacturer, lie was fortsln- make of liai.ter,.. 'Ihe l,'st shi,,'. . a So- v. hat a hanism,. i ,eadel to ae Outing flannels, light and dark colorings, ate in securing tlout 200 single curtainus for mr,,, .fit wear. See.- the laI..se shapel.. iur suit we cal miake for $45.u or Otn flneslihandakclrnsaweetie. ntun we oIIt ilel' the t 0 'I h~ey~re line. $54,444.l several pieces 10c and 1hc qualities, going at a mere trifle. In turn s a patent calfskin sh, I- eay to wear sits, made to 7o yard. at the nominal prices of 15c to 75c. They Ciher style, with nomt kid tps, alId Ie dler, in all the fat'est .tyleh. Size, ta Best quality, yard wide percales, double fold are certainly good for narrow windows or ttivot weight salrs, $6.i.., pair. buit every aigure. S sale price only 12.c ya.d. can be used for sash curtains. See Our New Spring Overcoats LOSES ONCE AGAIN Humane Society Out at the Bat for the Third Time. * The county attorney today of is own motion dismissed the charge of cruelty to animals entered against Sam Olive in Justice Libby's court in Meaderville. The trial was set for today, but was dismissed by the action of the county attorney with out a hearing. This was the third case instituted by the humane society in Justice Libby's court. The first two cases were disposed of by a verdict of acquittal from the jury before which they were tried. They were prosecuted by John A. Coleman, assisted by a special prosecutor. The defendants were represented by James T. Fitzgerald. ABOUT BUTTE Orton Bros. Pianos and organs. On April 3 "Fra Elbertus," otherwise t.lbcrt Hlubbard of East Aurora, will ar rive in Butte and lecture. The Woman's club of this city has made arrangements for his appearance. The lecture will in all probability be delivered at the Grand opera house. Lippencott & Darrow, a66 Pennsylvania block,. Deputy Sheriff Maher found Tommy Thomlson on the streets Saturday after noon. The boy has been wanted in Judge McClernan's court to appear as a wit ness in the larceny case against At Bath. When the oflicers went to the Thomp. son home after the boy Mrs. Thompson tolt them he was in school somewhere, ,Yesterday the boy admitted that he was hiding in the cellar while the deputies were searching for him, and was being kept there by his mother so that he could not testify against Bath, The officers are Investigating the story. Alex Mackel, Attorney, so8 1ennsylva' ila bldg. A new trial has been granted by Judge Clancy in the damage suit of J, E. Thiel administrator, against the Coluna-Parrot company and others. The suit was for damages for the death of A. Thiel through an accident. The new trial was granted on the ground that the administrator rep resentative had not shown he was sulfi ciently empowered to bring and maintain an action. The first trial resulted in a verdict for the plaintiff for $7,5oo0. All persons having business to transact with the California Powder Works will please apply to C. IH. Ring, care Montana Hardware company, West Park. Judge Clancy has granted a divorce in the case of Alice Mattison against Archie Mattison. The coupel were married in Butte November 14, soo0, and charges of failure to support and assault were made and sustained. Judge Ilarney allowed William l.awler a divorce front Elizabeth Lawler on the ground of ilfidelity. They were married two years ago in Butte, but not long after the ceremony Mrs. Lawler decided a man named Owen was much handsomer and so went away with him. The supretme court has handed down a decision setting the title of a portion of the Combination lode claim, disputed by the owners of the Boomerang lode, in John P. leins of Butte and Daniel Gamer of Tacoma. The portion of the lode in litigation is valued at $moo,ooo and the entire property is valued at over $3ooooot J. G. Bates, tuner, Montana Music comn pany. No zig North Main. A stipulation has been filI for a coin promise in the suit for dmna.::s against the Northern Pacific Railro'sd cotmpany hy Elizabeth M. Foster, administratrix ,f the estate of Robert Foster. The suit for the death of the deceased is compromised for $ ,Soo. In another stipulation time is given by agreement for J. IH. Leyson, administrator of the estate of A. J. Davis, to file amend. ments to the bill of exceptions in the case of Henry A. Root, admitistrator of the es tate of Sarah Cummings. The April Argosy, "The magazine of good stories." You can get them today and also The Smart Set, Ainslee's, Wide t orld, Pearson's, Family Library, and other late magazines, at the P. O. News Stand, No. 57 West Park. Indefinite. "Walter, bring me a demi." "Yes, irl truase or john t' STRIKE OF THE LOCAL MERCURY'S BOYS IN A. D. T. COMPANY WHO WENT ON STRIKE SATURDAY ARE STILL OUT. The messenger boys who went on a strike Saturday night have not yet gone back to work. It is understood that the American District Telegraph company has instructed the local managers to fight the matter to a finish and on no condition yield to any demand that is not consid ered entirely reasonable by the rcpresen tatives of the company in this city. The Postal authorities have been in the habit of delivering special delivery letters by contract with the company through the A. D. T. boys, but since the trouble arose the postoftice has employed its own mes sengers to do the work. President Dan McDonald of the Amer. Ican Labor union, who returned from a visit to the cities in the northern part of the state last light, when seen in regard to the matter this morning, expressed him self as confident that the matter would soon be settled. "1 have just returned to Butte," said lie, "and so do not quite grasp the whole affair at present, but I do not see any rea son why the strike should be of long duration. It seems to me, from what lit. tie I have heard of it, that the affair ought to be amicably settled easily enough, The trouble probably arose from the fact that the company and boys are both new to the business when it comes to dealing in labor matters. The company has never before employed boys belonging to a union, and they do not know just how to go at it to fix things up. They are not used to dealing with unions. The boys are having their first trouble, and they are also unaccustomed to dealings of this nature, so it is no wonder that the two parties have had a misunderstanding, The chances are 'that I will have a con ference with the boys some time today, when the matter will be taken uj and str:,ightened out. I do not look for any serciiui trouble andil feel confidelnt that a sa i.factory hcttlenmIt will Ibe reached MOnll how. \\lhen the Messengers' unlion was formed th,' boys demanded an increase from $.a to $E. per month. About 9 o'clock Satur day night the management of the Western U''nion and American District Telegraph Companies called the boys up and gave thin their choice of either going to work unler the old wage scale or withdrawing from the service. The boys chose the lat ter and walked out in a body. The World awl Iostal Telegraph companies gave the ho. , the raise requested. HOTEL ARRIVALS At the Thornton. i,eorge I). Wilcox, Rochester; (;. Mitch ell, II. Bullick. New York; J. F. Filling, Chicago; ,'. J. Cort, Seattle, Thomas Couch, jr., E. G(. Couch, San Francisco; W. M. Cavin, I.os Angeles; B. Bergman, Satl Francisco: l)r. ''. I.. Mu.igbrod, (;Grat Falls; E. J. Stoltz, New York; J. I. Oughton, Dwight, Ill.; J. F. F:.s, 'r.,acyma; D. Kaufman, Anaconda; J. M. Moore, II. Kittle, Salt Lake; Henry B. Jacobson, New York; II. A. Forbes, San Francisco; 1'. J. Welsh, Helena; J. S. );Davies, Rochester; K. A. Williams, W\n. MlcC.nnell, Harry Keenan, Miles City; M. A. Baldwin, Chicago; Lee lirsch, New York; II. G. Murry and wife, llorr; F. Mi. Murry, Denver; M. R. Peck, A. It. Ware, Chicago; S. RI. Salabury, 1.. A. ('rcy, o. P. Ovrcn, F. Richsteinl, Magic City team, Billings; A. Alkire, R. Sharth. ell, James Martin, I.ivingston: Sam I). Fl:ya, lHelena; R. I). Spencer, Chicago; \ . F. Word and wife, 1'. J. Woola.an, IIl ia ; D. McD)onaldl, Alhambra, At the Butte. :(' IT. Poole, Boston; James Furey and wife, Butte; Biddy Bishop, Aurelio lHer rern, Boulder; Harry Fridlander, Chicago; Charles Owen and wife, Salt lake; A. G. ~hiKenuic, II. liansefi, Missoula. At the Southern. Peter King, Big Timber, Mont.;: Charles lWPs, H. Silverman, Helena; J. Johnston, Livingston; Pat Dunninger, Rochester; ., N. Brown, city; II. Cameron, Boulder; George Ohsenhen, Omaha; Miss Barker, Wallace; Al, Sanders, James Grady, A. Smith, 1Ellsworth. IN PROBATE COVURT Attorney Claims That One Lawyer Has Monopoly of All Estate Matters. It looked for a time thi's orning as if the probate session of Judge MlcClernan'a court would Ie drawn out all day, buit as a matter of fact there were only two cases out of several set on the calendlar that were disposed of, and they were mierely dis charges of administrators. ()ne of the mlust imlportanlt cases set for the day was the Scheur matter in which objections to the guardian's report, mo tions of various sorts and Inatulres and a petition asking for the remloveal of the old Germans' guardianl, Charles Kinlman. ()w ing to the absence of one of tile interested persons the case went over until Wednes Por reasons which we will make known later, The Red Boot will continue for this week to sell Stacy, Adams & eo.'s $6, $7 and $8 Shoes for • • / /i i day and the next probate case of interest, the Provost estates rases, were given the sa.lie summary treattmnt, but later were. contitnued two weeks. There was considerable interest mfani. feated in the Provost estate rases, a, it was in these that the allegations were made in onle of the petitioins, that Attorney ()'DoLn nellI had a lmonopoly of all estate businesa cuimmintg up through thle public adlmillistra tor. In tihe estate of Martin M fcC'lellan, an olther storm cloud swept over safely when Attorney Raymond Place asked for another continuance. In this ease J. I.. Carroll avers int a pe. tition his belief that the admlinistrator, J. M. Hlulhel, was guilty of embezzlement and mismanaagement. Hlubbell was arrest edl at one time and brought back to Butte by Sheriff Iurey on a charge of failing to obey the order of the court to distribute the estate forthwith. At the time luhb. bet in.isted that he was ready and willing to dlischarge the trust, but had been de taitned out of the city ty husiness matters. The amount itvolvedl is said to be less than $.mo and can be protected by the bondsmen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .