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.S~ The Leading Bvent in Butte's Mercantile History .dfa
The Big Store's Spring Openingq
Begins Tomorrow, April 7, 1903, at 2 o'clock
Strains of martial music furnished by Bergstrom's fatuous orchestra will greet the ears of hundreds as they enter the portals of llennessy's Big
Store on Tuesday afternoon to participate in the pleasureis of sceing the newest, biggest and best Stock in the state entrancingly displlayed on the four
immense floors of this mammoth house.
Half a Million Dollars' Worth Under One Roof
A stock of merchandise that contains the best o \verrything that this country and Europe can produce for the protection and adornment of the
citizens of this and adjoining states, everything for their wives' and for their children's use, everything for their homes and otlices in furniture, carpets,
draperies and house furnishings, and the best groceries, provisions, meats, wines and liquors needed to promote health and happiness.
The Store Is Handsomely Decorated rom Top to Bottom
Music on an elaborate scale has been provided, light refreshments will be served, souvenirs will be presenl.ll and everything poibhle done for the
entertainment of thousands of guests who will flock hither from every portion of Montana. You and your friends are invited to parlicipate in the
pleasures of this great occasion.
New Silks
'This tldcprtnment of the lig
Store always attrncts the atlten
tion of the fair re.x, for the reason
there's ia rich alssortment of the
season's alttest styles to charmm
the eye upon every occasion.
Our foulard silks for shirt
waists and shirt waist suits are
receiving the praise of all who
see them, the styles being just
right and prices low.
'ongees for warm wealher
wear, prettily embroidered int
some six different whades. Prices,
$1.00 to $1.75 yard.
P'lain and figred taffeta silks.,
crepe de chine and a host of new
weaves in the latest tints.
Colored Dress Goods
,it 50c a yard, a large lot of
spling novelties in pllan color
ings and mottled and mixed ef
fects in serges, cheflots, fancy
Khickerbockcr cloths, etamnines,
twine cloths, Scotch mixtures,
nmlrose and granite cloths;
widths 38 and 40 inches.
t(rcat values in fancy mixtures
that make up so prettily for
spring suits. These are shown in
several neat shadings; widths
40 to 44 inches. Prices 59c, 60c
and 75e yard.
Fine all-wool etamnimes and
voiles, ilm all the season's newest
shades. I'rices 73e, $1.00, $1.23
and $1.50 yard.
Finest imported Scotch mix
tures, rich shadings and novel efl
fects; width 54 incmh.s. Prices
$1.25, $1.50, $2.00 yard and ip to
$23.00 for stilt patterns.
The latest in twine cloths,
voiles, mistrals, aeloans, French
etuimines and silk andi mohair
combinations; lovely color effects
In plilds, stripes, Knickerlocker
weaves, etc. Prices from $12.50
to $3:0.00 a dress pattern.
Fine hnported English mohair
tailor sultings amnid sciillennes,
silk finish, neat and effective;
widths 48 to 54 inches; colorings
browni, grays, blue, green, black,
etc. Prices $2.00 to $3.00 yard.
Tailor-made sulitings and Scotch
mixtures, in fawn, light, dark and
nmedinui grays; widths 54 to 58
Inches. Price, $2.00 yard.
Black Dress Goods
The reputation of this store for
having the best blacks in Butte
will not suffer this season, for we
certainly have a fine lot of elholce
goods. Among the many fine
styles and weaves we mention the
following:
French and German voiles, 4.t
and 48 Inches wide, at 85c to $2.50
yard.
Stylish etamines, 44 and 46
inches wide, at 85e to $2.00 yard.
" New mistrals, 44 to 46 Inches
wide. Prices from 85e to $2.00
yard.
Nobby twia.e cloths, 40 Inches
wide. Prices 85e, $1.00 and $1.25
yard.
Nun's veilling. 38 to 45 Inches
iwide. Prices from SOc to $2.00
yard.
Sicillonnes, 40 to 52 iacl,cs wmide.
Prices from 65e to $1.35 yard.
Fine English clay orsteds,
handsome for tailor-made suits;
width 60 inches. P'rices fromn
$2.00 to $5.50 yamd.
64-Inch broadclotlhs. Prices
from $1.75 to $5.30 yard.
Black serges, 44 to 58 Inches
wide, at 5Oc, SUc and uip to $2.50
ym' ril.
Wool cheviots, '42 to t ilchelo
wide. Prices from 50e to $1.03
yard.
56-inch camel's hair cloth, $1.m0
yard.
Pebble cheviots, 50 to 50 Inches
wide, at $1.75, $2.00, $2.25 alnd
$2.50 yard.
54-inch cravenette chevlots,
very choice goods. l'rkce. fl'oml
$1.50 to $2.50 yard.
In Notion Dept.
All the new kid gloves for
Easter just arrived frrom France.
The celebrated "Reynler" gloves,
glace and suede styles, Paris point
crochet and one row stitching,
street and evening shadoe, $2.00
pair.
The "Diamannt" drnss-:l kid
gloves, street and evening shalles,
the best glove ever sold ait $1.30
pair.
The "Lellia" Is the best mrench
lambskin glove in the market at
the popular price of a dollar. All
colors, Including black and white.
New rlbbonn for the neck, hair,
trinming and otheat purposes;
several styles, plain and fancy,
all new shades.
New tab collars, Bishop tab
collars, pretty jabots, swell As.
cots, latest collar and cuff sets,
etc., in lace, washable fabrics and
many combinations.
Musical Programme
At Hennessy's Spring Opening.
Programme Programme
Tuesday Afternoon, 2 to 5 O'elock. Tuesday Evening, 7 to 10 O'elock.
Bergstrom's Orchestra. Bergstrom's Orchestra.
1. March, "Knickerbocker Grays"'................. Tobani 1. March, '"Gayest mnlhattan"................... Brtlon
2. Selection, 'J.acinta" .......................... erman 2. Intermezzo, ''Bird of Paradise ................ Mathews
3. Gavotte, "My Ideal" ...........................loses 3. Waltz, "Angel's Dreanl"... .................... Ilcrmn
4. Waltz, ',Fedora". .......................... Bucalassi 4. Song, "1 Would That My Love" ........... Mlenldelssohn
5. Selection, "Oolah" ............................ 'Iolhni Ladies' Quartet.
6. March, ',The Strollers".........................Ellis .5. Selection, ''Fast"............................ (iounol
7. Selection, "Black IIussar" .................... Millocker eL. Caprice, "Arioso"........................... lIngey
8. Waltz, ''Tu Thee Alone" ......................llerman 7. Song, "Kentucky Balhe"........................G ciel
9. Cornet Solo, ,"Answer" ...................... Knight aIulies' Quartet.
10. Caprice, "Honey Bees"........................ Ludcers . Selection, ',Prince of Pilsen"................ .I,uders
11. Allegretto, "Dreaming in the Shadow".. .. ......Hayes 9. Song, ,"Annie Laurie" ......................i. Buck
19. March ,"Merry American" .................... Wheeler . Ladies' Quarteht.
10. Clarinet Solo, Second Air ....................Thornton
Oriental tea will be servo.e to ladies on second floor, and cup Ilolly.
and saucer given as souvenir. 11. Flower Song, ''hearts and Fhloers" .............. T'alni
Harp and violin orchestra on third floor, where light punch 12. March, "'Cavallier" ............................ I. lll
will be served to our guests.
A colored male quartet will render plantation songs through- The quartet assisting hi the above programme is conposr d of
out the store, taking in the grocery and meat market departments. the following well-known singers:
A reproduction of one of Russell's famous cowboy pictures MRS. FITZ BUTLER. MISS M1A.M11. IFINNEG(AN.
will be given to each purchaser in the afternoon.
Sample packages of coffee will be distributed in the grocery. MISS IDA SCOT'IT. M11 . FI1Ei) FElJtiE14,.
@otton Dress Goods
Nobby for Spring and summer
It's at trent to see slad examline
these thoulsand and one pretty
picces of cotton stuffs, fresh from
the factory; new, nobbby and nice,
as clean and fascinating as tho
proverbial new dollar.
Mercersied Walstings
P'retty Oxfords, 32 Inches wide,
white grounds with neat dole and
figures, in greens, black, blues,
etc., tnns with fancy stripes.
Prico $1.25 yard. White mnerce
rized Oxfords, with fauney stripes
and Scotch turtuns, in their rich
colorings, at $1.00 yard. Several
other styles, too, at 75c and 85.
yard.
The Season's Latest
Fine French zephyrs, 29 inches
wide, fancy stripes in all the best
waishable shadles. Price 50c yiard.
Choice Scotch zephyrs, ?2 inches
wide, showing many pretty stripe
effects in best colorinlgs on white
grounds. Price 351. yard.
Embroidered Hwiss, fine import
ed falbrir, 42 inches wide, in bis'hl:
and white, blue and white, greenl
and white, etc. Price 2.50o yard.
;lnghualis, mnadrns cloths and
zephyrs, stripes andl cheeks in ill
colors, widtl 3:2 ichesl. l'riccs
1l'l, 12 1-Se alnd 15 yard.
D)imnities anld lawns, dlosnletle
anlld Irish, over 75 differenlt de.
sigins in the latest, tints, width
32 inches. ]'ric*es 15c anld 19se yasrdl.
White Goods
Checked nlainsooks, :12 inches
wide, pricses frlnio 10k to 40c1 yardl.
Fuancy lsco laiwns and linos. 28
to 32 inclhels wide, prices from 15c
to 5Oc yasrl.
Fine msers'erized corded lnllwis,
:132 lches wide', pricel'is from llli e to
tiOe yard.
Funcy isericer'i#ed piques', :12
inches nide, prices from 3:lc to 5e
yard.
Dotted .iwlses, mlnch worn for
sunmmer dre'usses this year, width
:12 nches. Prices froml 35e to 7cu
yard.
Fiscy embnroidered Swiss, real
snell texture, 32 to 42 inches wide.
I'rices from 75e to $2.25 yard.
Stunnlng and Styllsh
Fancy lmadlras cloth, white
grounlils, with pnlk, black, tan and
other falney stripes. I'rice 453
yard.
Fancy white madras cloths,
piques and Oxfords, 32 inches
wide, at 75S ysard.
l'atiny white madras clothb with
tea.t figurer In gray, pink, red and
blue. Price 50c yard.
Fancy Scotch zephyrs and cot
ton momle clotha In a big variety
of fancy effects. Price 33o yard.
Fine Furniture
The third floor of HIennessy a big store contains lspecimen pieces
of every thing that anybody can desire for their homes or offices,
be they hig or be they small. On our opening day just look around
see and satisfy yourself that things are as we say. We have the
largest stock and sell at the lowest prices.
Parlor Furniture Parlor Furniture
Several exceedingly choie spee- Iundreds o oof dd chairs and
Imens of artistic calbilnet work rockers of every concielvable de
Whown. in divans this week. They sign, plain andl fancy, novel anltd
are made of solid Cuban mahog- aintique, made of solid nmllhoglny
any in aI variety of shapes. Home % ith flat andi highly polished tin
are highly polished, others have iihes.
flat finish, richly upholstered tI (;olhl f.rnituro is quite a fad
Verona velour and finest of phitiS ith fashionable folk. Heveral
of rare beauty and in green fig- ndlllsolme chairs in qant but, ef
ilred haireloth. feetliv slmlapes. Prlces $10.00 to
Davenports, five feet long, are $;7.50.
Innlle of solid mahOgany, with 'fables, cabinets, stands and
chair to match; bolh piece. are itiirio c nlllimetn tare shown ill t sim
ipholtestered In rich orilenlltal talp- ilr j .
cttry.
Davenports, sij feet, long, are l'amrlor ashies, aIll kilnds ad
shown in several styles, beautl.- ."aI'"s of linest InaliIgany, ival
fully made of mahogany and ;,ul rounlltl, with (law feet anll
crotch mahogany and upholstered Ipedestal effects.
In Veronall velour. tapestry and the 'here is no line of pIrlor furni
new ('arpentine fabric of rich col- t.ie in %loltinla to equal IIenunes
orings. -\ 's. Hee it iand yoiu will say so.
In earpets and Draperies
We have a big stock and a ne w stock of everything in floor
coverings, from a cheap hemp to a fine Royal Wilton carpet. Our
selections of Axminsters, Wiltons, Velvets, Plush, Brussels, ''apes
tries and Ingrains embrace the best imakes and styles possible to
obtain; many of the doesigs will not he seen elsewhere in the state.
We show a roytal assortmentdof Wilton, Axminister, Velvet and
Smyrna rugs and the new Americ.n Orientals are beyond all con
ception. Duplicates in style and color of rugs worth four or five
times what we are charging for these.
In Stationery Dept. Juvenile BSook
Ester cards and booklets at le. Pretty Easnter ifts for tihe little
Eutr cris ll booklts one at s, l; ealcnh book is auttltu(tiiely
2 1-2c, 5c, lOt, 15e, 25c and 5Oc illustrated, has 90 pages anil ctol
each. . ored frontispiece. Publisher's price
Cotton rabbits and chlikens at aoe; our price only 25c each.
Home of the titles are:
10c, 20c, 35e and 50c each. "Gtolden Hours."
New music, vocal and instrt- ".Jolly Comrades."
mental, only 25e copy, "Chilldren's Delight,"
Ilurlbut's new stationery shows "Hlappy School Days."
In the latest two-tone effects in The Dodage lasseIe
coloring and style. Price 50c ai Masterpleces of book-bllding,
box, bIuiItiful for book lovers lland their
Another novely is Hitrlbut's friends; bound in line imllporteid
hemstitched papers in white and art leathers ill the natural or
new tints, with envelopes to matobh, tuedel style.
Price 70c box. Works by Stevenson, Pennoyer,
Novella Bond box papers, with Enmerson, Drummond, Kipling,
new style envelopes to match1 in Field and other noted authors.
Easter tints of green, purple and Iltblisher's price 11.50 our special
white. Only 15e box, price only $1.00 a copy.
In Basement
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I" fi i~ll sized i"Ior trays·, $ .oo.
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buttlos, $5.00..
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Housefurnishings
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this busy baselmenlt.
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$27.1(1, $35.00, $42.50 aill $.1:.144).
int dIll-"pol 4l4nlJ4inel. (i're4l
Skirbls, wilth 12-ih tll rluh, with
S14r nll4' ig. of 4silk tlr e'in , 9in 14l1.k
(onlly "(1(1d u4lti944d; 4ill h9lnggh.
P riej. $4 t.50 4144l49.
11'0ll'4 golfl s1iit9x of inye ker
s14y elolh, nleuli44lU wei'ght, (h,04"9
graluiitg l ul4i Spiltlh Iuflo., with
Ihree rowI ol4 (f Itrappingi; color;
light pliray, brown uamlllg Oxfor4d
gl'rny aJll lengt4hs. Only $7.lo'
We 14. lug 9lino4e a1d it pretty
on4e Ihl94 ing1ulllh ie,. leading 0ov.
e9li9 .4 for 1l4'i4 g.'.
llon'41n1'1s Itiilor - l4i4i49 shirt
w4n4l4n oif "4i144i4s cloth, with
4i.ruppe4'4l ,oo ,. : 1l,1 f'onlt uzad
stilth,'u.I 4,,lllk collar; sizes :12 to
4)i hi1lh44. I'rieht onily $2:.7t1 e10,
aVc4iiii's whirl' waists of 4I fli4o
4iu1iily of black 4e4errized 44tin444,
with 9,i i Iunked usuli ho14l4llithed
bloi9e., fronit aiid tu4,lged 4nek, ex
It'i w4-e4 ih9rll-in( 4 glr4nt44 4 ; ize/.l 92
o, 4.1 inh9h4. Ir4cho o)l4V 9i,5e eigeh.
hile blllk blrillinthineo shirt
wa449i9, extra 44o1 (a 4lity, tueked
yoke, three' Inr.ge. Icks 44 i4 front of
bloli,.' 4ml4 tucked b)4ck4; size :"12
to 42 in'hes. 'Price only $3.115 each,
White brillantine iiior-mnde
walits, with four box p)9ints In
front., tuckedi bwlk, putTed sleeves91
4i44d large bLutt1ons; sizos 32 to 40
iii,hes. Price illy $:..t15 each.
Millinery
Lovely Hats for Baster
'There's i4 displliy here this week
9l9444 i4 similply lsuperb, .contaiming
i4s It 440444 the swelloit creations
of I'arisii.n modistes, lprsonally
,selected by our lMrs'. tltleigh.
New styl.s co0i044 i by express
almosllt every day.
Pattern Hats from Paris and
New York Patters Mets
Our own millinery department
has 444n(ue up many sweetly pretty
hmtt44 thilt will be shown for the
first tiie tiat the spring opening
on 'T',iesdny afternoon.
'We 4irar s mowIng, too, a pretty lot
of the fashIonable ready-to-wear
street hIts, in4ildIng many made
by Jiendel, New York's famous
milltner. Pr'ees *4.0 to $10.00
each.

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