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SPE( IAt. T TilHE INTEIIR MOt'"TAIN. NMissoula, March as.--Manager Hlartley has made arrangements for the appear ance here of Elbert Ihlbbard, the editor of the Philistine. who will deliver a lec ture at the Union on the evening of April 6. Assistant Superintendent C.urge WVent worth of the Rocky Mountain division of the Northern Pacific, returned yesterday frontm Tacoma. where he went late last week to attend the funeral of Miss Edith (;ilftrap. Miss Helen Wentworth, his daughter. who went to the coast with him, will visit Portland before returning and will be absent from the city for another e~ek or ti I days. The Elks entertained John (;riffith. the vlteran as:ter, during his appearance here 1' U.cesday. Mrs. t'y. Parent of Philip.lturg was here during the week. C. D. French of Itutte traiisacted l si ness in Mi~srola this week. A. B. Mosley of utte was a Misottula visitor this week. Mrs. Mcltride of Misoula, who recently tuni.dtrwi nt suirgietl tit att( t:t at the ho.s pital. is tnt doing so well as miight te d sired. \Vhile her c,,dition is not ex actly un favorable, stonie fears have teeli exlrese.d on illac'rout of the s'rit:s ;s p.'t of h r co:lditionm. NMrs. . 1 (. Ytoiig i .f IButt is t ,itilg at Victor. S. I.. Jameison of Ilthenan was in lis siulh on Itine's., \ .edn,..lay. \\illini Q. Rlifi wenti to Plains on bu.iiners ' httrsday. Mr. and Mrs. C. Mc'Rae of Wooqd-ide were isitrs in Mi soula yesterdlay. W. C. Alicer, acting superiit-ntehnt of the Rocky lMonntain division of the Nor tlhern IPaciic, left Wed'nes,.ly on a trip of inspection over the (tuonr d'Alene branch. Mlr. Allbe cl anl here recently fruom Taiotna. and it i hic firs.t tripll over Ith,. ranch line. Arthur I.undgren, the ; yeCar-l( -IIIn of Mr. nmd Mrrs. John I.utnlgren of l.ow' aldditiotn, is Irecovelrillg from i da lll"rousl iattack of polltuOllnia. 'I lie thriistia lhav rr -.'lrrs ave a so. cial in the piarbors of tlt. I't-shyteria l Church )ye terdal:y e('vening. BOZEMAN Sill 1 Si. I lilt. 1141114 S(ii %T7A?,.i thas returnet d (i'r t a Ih a-..1ntL vit in S.i littil' al otllher C'onll I Ipits. Several lowsa famiili s have arrivrcl to take tap their hlo es ill this ,section. .1any changeti are taking plalce in ratuChIies ill this section. 'the httle d ucla liter of Professor For tier of the Agricultural college, who hai bet n ill, hlas improlved. Rev. W. W. Van I irsdell, the Metho dist militter. lectureld Monday etvening at the .M1 tholist church oun "fhe lhlping 14l1l." I he lecture was giiven tndt r the anlpice . iof the coIc ge V. M. I'. A. Noah \\illiatn Illltlosit i d .lyiia Ann 1 ).le were inarlric a iew days ago by R.vt. Ilatis \W illson at Sext,,. I r. F. \. T'raphagten was a isiter ill 1,Uitte last IFriday on titinie'ss. .11hn an l.indlty was a visitrr in lhl , n .; Sunday for a few httl'ours. P. Ii. \ilfton :nl F. It. . litche'II if the stltiotl (orce spent ndall h .y ill 1h1ti1c. ,h lhtst h, ., a alt l. k of the grip. Haltn ihle'y and ('.larh1.". Scars ware over frn c,;,la, 11o. .1y etn king pur chases e fore the 'pring rush. thrli, ;qtc rman test fr It.l ola udl "-ma . €/it) thi v wtk in the intcrest of m:ill h h f ptt tltted. Prof. J. II. ('nrrey of ILgano .as in town Saturday. lie has be.-n teaching sthool at Three Forks, but wing ito the preval(.tce of scarlet fetcr the school has been closed fur the preset. The popular oplt-tta. "Snow \\'hite," will be gi. n by the toung people and chilren of the l'reshyteriai church on Vriday ctvning, March 3, at the lioze. llatn opera houste. There will he a chorus otf 5so voices. C. T. Boyd has r. turned firm a trip to Missouri and other Eastern states. lie left lrs. Boyd at Kirksville, Mo., where she is gradually recovering from a severe attack of sickness eontracted soon after arriving in Missottri last fall. Judlge F. K. Armstrong has returned fromu a trip to California. In his travels 1he d(lid not find any place that suited him as well as Biozeman or the Gallatin val ley. John Tudor has arrived Tronl Kirks. ville, o1. Mr. Tudor is the father of Mrs. llugh Gillspie tand a brother of Da vid Tudor, the latter of whom had not seen him for about 23 years. Mr. Tudor expects to remain here several weeks. There was a shoot between the meta bl.ers of the Bozeman Gun club and Com pany A. M. N. G., Sunday afternoon, the gIun club outshooting the sohliers is points. The gun club made a score of IQ8 aid ('onmany A i87. The totals of the two shoots were as follows: The gun club: Robist. 2223-, 44; Mc[)antiels, 20. )MIXXXI XXXMMMM KO,0X)O()OOOCXMMMMcXM MoIOý )tM M Women's Ready to Wear Suits eheap In Hennessy's Wrap Department on Second floor. Today we offer the choice of one hundred suits, stylishly made, of cheviot, broadcloths and fancy mixtures, in blouse, tight-fitting and coat styles, some with short skitts and some with long skirts. All sizes in the lot, from 32 to 42 inches; values range from $15.oo to $35.00. Closing out price, $14.75. Percale Waists Women's Undervests Percale Wrappers Satine Corsets a Worth 75c for 50c Worth 25c for 12 nc a Worth $1.50 for 85c Worth $1.75 for $1.00 \Vomen's percale waists in linen, col- \Women's dcrLy-rillheJ \cets of fine Made with full width skirt, to-inch \\'omen's satine corsets, extra qual ored grouds, h pinkue and black cotton the low necks an arms are , ruffles over shoulders trim- i mtiu length and long over the hair stripes; well made and good fit- nicely taped and without sleeves; \, hite tight-fd with narrow wash braid, separate hiy, tr t front s cut and gredon ctine garments sizes 3a to 44 inches, only; sizes 4, 5 and 6. Regular sie red, black and dark blue grounds; drah only; sizes i8 to a8 inches. choice for Soc. quality only Isaic each. sizes 32 to 46 inches. Regular $.So t h('oice for I$.oo. values for 85c. Shirt Waists Summer Vests Percale Wrappers Satine Corsets Worth 50c for 25c Worth 25c for 15c Only $1.25 each Worth 95c for 50c 300oo fancy percale shirt waists; a va Womn's summer vests, made of Good quality percale wrappers; \. e are closing out a big line of wo riety of patterns in light, rmediu and white cotton, low necked and sleeve- skirts are full wide with so-inch men' satine corsets of good quality, dark colorings. These garments are less, neck and arms are nicely taped; flounce, ruffle over shoulder., trimmed'' . as cut, gored, in short and medium cut full and are well most diving them ad be- nade n white only; sies 4, and 6; with narrow wash braid, armholes and a° lengths, straight fronts; colors white caus we are almost giving them away a.e quality for i. e each, separate tight-fitting linings, white fig. aud drab, all sizes from i8 to as in. we Usi h wsot.nelr to thre; sises Several otber desirable kinds at urea on red, navy and black; all sies; ches Regular o. e quality. Today's a to 44 Inches; only age each, popular prices, Come and see, $1.25 each, sale price only Soe each. At Hennessy's Big Store. knooooouxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 32, 42; Schlechten, 2o o., 40; Jeffries, 18-22, 40; Waltoni, 8-14. 32; total, t98. Company A: Wessitch, IR-9,. 37; Robin. son, 19-23, 42; Pierstnrl, o0-s1. 41; Hlen derson, 17-Jo, .17; Trent, 1-t8., Jo; total, 187. The shoot was the first of a series between the club and soldiers and the con tests will take place every Sunday after noon weather permitting. BILLINGS CPrrl At. TO tlIE INCR AMOi'UTAIN. Billings, March .I.--Mrs. George M. Hays, wife of the secretary of state, a former resident of Billings, and daughter have gone to WVales, England, on a visit. Mr. Ilays accompan:ied them as far as St. Paul. Dr. M. E. Knowles of lrlena and Mrs. Knowles were here during the week on their way to lindina, Frank Meyer, ,frs. Dimple and Miss Paul, residents of Shecridan, Wyo., were in Itillings his week. (;eorge lailey of lHelea., assistant l.'Iitedl States dlistrict attorney, was here on pIrofe.s.ioial iisiiiress this week. I x S ator T. t. I. Power and A. C. John totm of Ilrltna wtrre here this week. Allerman tlrn :ighotif, IwhoI has been visiting ill (l';iiiO lia, thas written that he will rtittri to Itliilngs ill a few days. platty oif (ody aud Materetsc citizents were it Ifilliniig this week. goinKg to andl rl tlrling from ked . Lno e. where they wast to attend ani Elks initiaition. The palty was eonlmpo-edl of II. E. ('heese mian. WV. Mean Ilays. W. T. lienbromke, Iir. \\. S. ltenirett andl avid l)ickii, who hail frn, .Mh telrse, and W. II. Prarc,, F. M. Willi-ams and- F. E. Gilmoire. The tiowling fadl ;among the ladlies has certainly struck tillilngs anl there is talk of forming a clinb th;it will play rsome of the ;lady bowlers i otheicr cities. lfoiling is the Ipipular fad hlre now. T. I.. .Martin of Helena was a Ilillings visitor dluring the week. Mr. aind Mrs. W\ J. J. ruse of hlrlena are in the city visitilig Mi.as. ('ruse' rela litis, lthe Ilenningh.l 's. 'lhe Il.pworth le.igie of the 1I. IT. chlltrihl gave a social at the church last t v'iiing which was well attended. The c'veni.g wias sprelIt at gatmies antid other formI of atm ,inI+nt: ni t. I.ight rcfrei.hllltI ts w\ere servedl. Mr. andi MI'.. II. It. S.iyur have re turn:tl from It w r.k' sijlljt :rl at i() t:i; a. The trip rather htre on Mr. Scger, hut ifter ca ctlple of days' rest hle expects to he feeling better, w\lhi tlie iwill go 4o Ilulntr's Ilt Sprintsv for a scvi ral weeks' erjour.lt, that resort hating tbein recotm ll- lldd as a -phlitiid Iplace for the brt 'tia-nmt of his h,'ahtt. DILLON Ilk: tlt. Ti lie 1i% IC 'lot'wT 4ls '. I)illon,. March -t.--itn. II. F. W\hite returnled early in the wieek from ('hicago. ishelre lie visited his fimily and tinjoyed a vacation altter his arduous hgisa:tisc dulie's. line of the social events of the ct k iwsas the weddingh of Joseph T. Younig aond Miss Nora Monahan, which wia sle.tmnu iitd \dl ededay aftertnoin at 5 ,'c'l,,ck at the honme of the bride oin \\ ashington street. 'The cretll:'ony vas w.itnessed by atu.lt ,to guests. Rev. .\Mr. .aMartin ptr formnrld the ceremny. The Iride was at tired in a beautiful dress of white silk. trimmud with point lace, and she cart lied Itide's roses. '1 maid oif homor aill tih hlidesanaidts iswel.t cowantdi in blue and carried fragraint Ihuqutets of sweet for getlt-mc- nuts. Miss Kate .Mnahan, the Iride't' sistcr. wD as, the maid of honlor and the. bridesmaids were .MIis.:s l-liza Sol way and Miss '.iily Tlaylocr. A. Sydney Jolin',II was the bestt 1a anId the ushers were i-van Iines and Thomas S. Taylor. After the ceracillcoy had been iperfornied warmll coIngratulationls were ex;telhlnded and an elega.it wedding supper was served. After spending a few days ini lkexburg Mr. and Mrs. Y'oung will continue the:ir weddlilng jourtney, biiting Salt I.ake City, Ogden and other cities to thie south, re turning to l)illin in about two weeks. Mr. otungI has been a resident of this section for the past three years and dur ing that time has been attached to the clerical dlepartment of the Short .ine, holhling the position: of cashier and freight agent. his bride is a native of Montana, havinIg been born in the Deer Lodge val Icy. She came to this city about three years ago, after having been graduated with honor from one of the leading schools of Ogden. .\lr. and Mrs. Young have many friends throunhout southern Montana who wish them all happiness and prosperity in their new relation. They were the recipients of tany handsome and useful preseclts. Mirs. A. P. Iltughs and son, accomnpa ntied hy Miss t'lara Ilughes, arrived from southern Iowa a few dlays ago and will visit for a while at the home of Mrs. Geo. P. Hlughes. 'The Malnse society helt ita monthly mleeting Friday afterntoon at the miantse with Mrs. A. II. Martin. "Restored to Perfect s ealt s , a1 .,too mu. . miaen e t Ns .l se thousands of ciares that no other treatment in the world can make. .heI rI t. fleas loCU.r rimetfP Iw r4dw 01 te hulm ls" By perfectly regulating the menstrual flow Wine of Cardui makes thousands of cures that no other treatment in the world can make. The most obstinate cases of bearing-down pains yield to Wine of CarduL Women who take this medicine don't have days of agony every month. We ask you to. try Miss Ferguson's experiment with Wine of Car. dui. If you are sufering and see no relief ahead of you, take Wine of Cardui. Isn't Wine of Cardui worth a simple trial after all Miss Perguson has said about it? ' All druggists sell $1.00 bottles of Wine of Cardul. If you thinky'ou need advice, address, giving symptoms, "The La dies' Advisory De partment, ThetChat. INA E . U tanooga Medicine Co., am P . 'o Chattanoo Tenn. W ordr of irr l en l ar. Mrs. l'endleton, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. It. Noyes, who has spent the winter months in D)illon under the paternal roof, returned Thursday after noon to her home in Big Hole basin. S. I(oberts of (;rant, one of the well. known residents of the Bloody Dick see. tion, was a visitor to the county seat M ondlay. Mrs. II. Shoenborn ,let for Helena on Thursday, where she had been called by the news that her little niece was dan gerously ill andt is not expected to live. Miss King. who has made many friends during her visit to her sister, Mrs. Bax ter, left Sunday for Kansas City, Mol suttmmnoned by the serious illness of A brother. Miss Sadie t;racter will leave for Call fornia today, where she will visit for a while with her sister. She will be ac companied as far as Ogden by her father, A. I'. (iracter, who will visit that town on a business errand. The members of the Dillon Rifle club will hold at practice shoot at the rifle range east of town Sunday. It is the in tention of the club to hold practice shoots on every Sunday afternoon hereafter, when the weather will permit. DEER LODGE aI'rflAL TO Til'v INti:S Mot'NTATW. ther Iodge, March zm.-One of the pleasantest social events that Deer Lodge has seen in many a day was a reception given by S. E. I.arrahee in honor of Sen ator Kohrs. .lheg.cnt refreshments were served and the be-t of cheer prevailed. Captain J. IH. .Mills. wis, with his daughter, Miss Ne.\llie Mills, is visiting San Jute, Cal., htas written that he is gre.atly improved in health. Miss Mills will return homre ,son. They meet with lutny Muntanialts in the land of flowers. I he Teachers' institutte. held here this week was the occasion of bringing to the county seat a large ittumber of visitors, all of whom were very pleasantly cnter t.tined. Mrs. John Y. It:tterton,. accompanied by her daughter. .Miss lettie. has re turned fromt ant extetded s isit to her chil dren. and their families at Spokane and Lolfax, Wash.. and Grand Yorks, B. C. They had a delig.ttful time, being away albut four months. At Spokane they vis ited her son James; at Colfax her daugh ter. Mrs. J. C. Styles, and at Grand Forks I Mrs. II. T. Mahan. Sherifft W. E. Savage of M11\es City ar rived last Sunday afternoon with a pris oner for the pen. While here he was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Hasselber ger, he being an uncle of Mrs. H. Miss Clara McDonel of Philipsburg, who has been on a visit to her sister, Mrs. John Cole, stopped off itn Deer Lodge Monday afternoon and is a guest of her aunt, Mrs. William Coleman and family. Miss Edna Schroeder of Butte came down Saturday atnd is a guest of Miss Maggie Jensen, with whom she is attend ing the county teachers' institute. Senator and Mrs. Kohrs expect to leave shortly for a visit of several weeks in California, during a part of which time they will visit a sister of Mr. Kohrs. Last Saturday was the marriage anni versary of Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Blelen berg. Their host of friends wish for them many recurrences of the happy event. lile-It's right on my lips to ask you for a kiss. She-It's right on my lips to give you. POSTOFFICE BOXES Dissertation on Careless ness of People and Letter Boxes. "I see they are having trouble with their osctoffice boxes over in Helena," said Postmaster Irvin, throwing down his newspaper. "That is all due to the fact that they are using those combination locks instead of keys. A man will forget to turn the combination. after getting his mail nine times out of every ten, and, of course, it looks Jast the same from the outside as- if the box was locked. Then when the distributor conies along and shoves the mail in the box the door is pushed open and he knows nothing about it. Some one else sees the box open and helps himself to anything that may be in the box that takes his fancy. "We have -sonme trouble with people leaving their keys in the box, but it is nothing compared to the amount of worry caused by those 'boxes that look closed when, as a matter of fact, they are no protection whatever to the mail. You can stand in the lobby of the of fice any day In the week and watch one man after another start to walk away leaving his keys in the door of his box. Ever' tilte I go outside I notice some such carelessness. Just step outside and look around and I'll sager there are some kt y sticking out of 'some one's box this minult." FORT SHAW TEAM WILL PLAY (Continued from Page Nine.) rica of five between the Indian maidens and those representing the Parochial ,chool. The first game was played in Ilttte and the Indians won by the close score of is to In. The second game was payed in Great Falls and resulted in a Itdecisive victory for the Parochials; they came back home singing to the tune of I, to 6. BIoth teams have improved since that time and both are confident of winning the next game. The fourth game will take place at Great Falls on April t7. There is a close rivalry between these two teams and there is pure to be a large crowd out on the 37th to see the fun. The First National Bank Of Butto (Established s87y.) Capital - - $200,000.00 GENERAL BANKING Drafts drawn es all principal cities of the world and letters of credit ia. sued. ANDREW J. DAVIS......President AMIES A TALBOTT- Vice Pres. E. B. WEIRICK .............Cashier J. S. DUTTON.... Ass!stant Cashier General Line of JEWELRY Mayer's Auction SPECIAL SALE 7 p. m. Tonight. A ticket for drawing a handsome present at to night's sale, when the present will be a $15.00 Cathedral Chime Mantel Clock. Yesterday's present, a handsome Ormolu Gold Clock, was drawn by Mrs. Tracy Remark, 332 East Mercury Street. STATE SAVINGS BANK fohn A. Creighton..........President G. W. Starleton.......Vice President T. M. Hodens...............Cashier 1. O. Hodgens...... Auistant Cashier R. B. Nuckolle......Assistant Cashlier Under state supervision and Juns. diction. Interest paid on deposits. Sells exchange available in all the principal e!ties of the United States and Europe. Collections promptly at. tended to. Transact a general bank. Ing business. Directors: J. A. Creighton, Omaha: G. W. Stapleton, A. H. Barret, 3. D. Levitt, S. V. Kemper, T. M. Hodg ens, J. O. Hodgens. Corner Main and Park Street, Butt. Butte. Mont. Capital......... $Se,oooe., Under state iupervision. Five per rent Interest, payable quarterlr, paid on deposits. Money to Loan on . Real Estate F. AUG. HEINZE.......... President A. I. Clements ................Cashier N. A. Clark. 7. Ross Clark. W, A. CLARK & BRO. BANKERS Transacts General Banking Business. Buy gold dust, gold bars, silVer bul. lion and local securities. Boxes for rent in safe deposit vault. Sell exbbange available a: all of the principal cities fo the United States and Europe. Special attention given to collec. lions. ALEX J. JOHNSTON, Cashier. C. R. Leonard, Pres. T. R. Hinds, V. Pres, Fayette Harrangton, Ltashier. Silver Bow National Bank CAPITAL 600,000.03 This bank sollidis acounts, offers prompt and eareful attention to business of customers. Collections promptly attended to and remitted for on day of' collectllos Sell frosign and domestic exesange, trans. sot a general bankinlg business, pay inter est on time doeposites. Dlreetors--Chrls , Leonad, P. Aug. Heinse, S. MasruOessau, A. Balmferta, .. A. Louis, C. W. Newton, T. .L ,aide Jboh MacGinnise IPartte Harring.es P)ullman, Dining and - Library Car Route to SALT LAKE DENVER KANSAS CITY OMAHA CHICAGO ST. LOUIS And All Eastern Points Short Line To Colorado, Arizona and Mexico Sean rancisco, Los Angeles (Ocesa or Rail.) PORTLAND And All Pacifie Seast Peaets ARRIVE . DEPART. No. .....:4ep.m.J N.. 8...4:41p.a No. .....:4 .m. Na so...s ae a.ll Tloket Office 105 N. Main Street Butte, Montana. H. 0. WILSON, GENERAL ABT. Atchison,Topeka& Santa fe Ry. Co. SANTA FB ROUTS 3 Trajns Daily From Denver to Kansas City and tj' sase. Also the direst line to CGlvri ton, El Paso, City of Mexico and the mining camps of New Mexieo ad Ari. sona. For partclulars ai.out the RE DUCED RAT S EAST this summer q; ply to C. F. WARREN, General Agent, 411 Dooly Block S:t Lake City, Utah. DALY BANK AND TRUST COMPANY OF BUTTE Established alla. Inoorporated eoot. Cap.,al...s100,000.03 General Banking Business JOHN D. RYAN........... Preelde OHN R, TOOLI.....Vise Prealdea C. IWINIORNEB..... Casiueo 3. A. KNKJEL' ..; .;A.Aastaat CtUr '