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BUTTE EAGLES PLANNING FOR A GLORIOUS TIME IN ANA. CONDA TONIGHT. A special train for the Butte Eagles who will attend the fourth anniversary of the Anaconda aerie leaves tonight at 7: 5 from the B., A. & P. depot bearing tso members and the full Boston & Montana beand. The train will return at I o'clock in the morning, but as it is not likely many of the members aill care to return so soon, the company has agreed to honor all tickets on the regular trainms returning tomorrow. The entie Boston & Montana band is to be initiated into the order, thus giving a fine musical representation to the Butte aerie, and it is expected that in September Butte will send the largest delegation from the greatest distance, winning the $a,ooo prize offered for such saerie. There will be a special train all the way and the expense will run up to about $,000ooo. So far subscriptions have been received sufficient to insure the special train and she expenses of soo members. The Anaconda aerie nas been making great preparations for the anniversary and it is thought there will be big doings in the smelter city tonight. SHE TELLS TALE OF WOE Woman Who Keeps Hens for a Living Visits County Attorney. Mrs. Conino, who lives down on the flat and sells eggs for a living, was a vis itor to the county attorney's office today for the purpose of securing the arrest of some of her neighbors. She alleged that a dog belonging to one of the latter had eaten up one of her valuable hens. She told the story to Assistant County Attorney Lynch, but she could not give sufficient facts to warrant the issuance of a complaint, so she did not succeed in effecting anybody's arrest. She told Mr. Lynch the small boys of her neighborhood were in the habit of stoning her also. She was advised to get the names of the boys and some definite information and that then a complaint might be issued. The hen that was killed by the dog was a very fine hen of the dominick va riety. Mrs. Conino had a hen on till the dog killed it, then the second cousin of the goose that laid the golden egg was no more. It was a little blue hen named Peggy Carew, or something like that, and it laid four eggs a day, more or lesl. Its loss is deeply deplored by its owner, and if any more of her hens, blue or ally other color, are killed the guilty parties will be brought to justice if possible. FAIL TO REACH AGREEMEN1 A. J. Walker and the Plumbers' Union Fail to Get Together. A. J. Walker held a meeting with the Plumbers' union last night to discuss the situation with a view to making a settle mlent of tle strike declared by the plumb ers hired at his shop some time ego when be introduced a labor saving machine for the thawing out of frozen pipes. No settlement was reached and the end of the strike is apparently further away than ever. The plumbers say they are willing to go back to work if 1\ alker will pay the union $ioo and discharge the shop boy, Walter Arnold. Walker refused to consider the proposi tion, saying he and not the union is the lnjured party. Mr. \Valker intends opening co:mmni cation with the headquarteis of the Plumbers' union in Chicago, presenting the situation and asking the sanction of the union for his action. Silver Bow Trades & Iabor assembly and the Building Trades council indorsed Walker's stand in the matter, and Walker says that If he cannot employ union men he will employ outside men under union conditions. M'LAUGHLIN-PERNS WEDDING Two Well-Known Residents of Butte Unite Their Lives. The priest's house of St. 'Patrick's church is short one housekeeper. Last night the former directress of attffairs in the parish house, Miss Rose McLaughlin, was united in marriage to Richard Ierns. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Father McGlynn. A numnber of friends of the bride and bridegroom were present and wished the younl couple all kinds of good luck and appiness. Kathrine Houghton was the bridesmaid and Neil McCallion acted as best man. After the ceremony the members of the bridal party were entertained at the priest's house. The young couple departed for Salt Lake, where they will spend their honey moon. They will return in three weeks, when they will be at home to their friends at so4 H eat Copper street. PERFECT PLANS FOR LEAGUE Friends of Ireland Will Hold important Meeting Tomorrow. At a nmeeting to be held In Judge Mc Clernan's courtroom tomorrow night plans will be perfected for enr.ergetic work in Butte in the interest of the United Irish league. The recent visit here of Joseph Devlin, member of parliament for the North Kil kenr.y district, and John Finerty of Chi cago, who spoke in the interest of the league, quickened interest in the work among local Irish-Americans. A local branch of the league has been formed and at tomorrow night's meeting the details will be perfected for carrying on the work in Butte. It is expected there will Ie a large at tendance and considerable interest dis played in the movement. THK MESSENGER TROUBLE Judge Clancy was occupied today with the suit of the World Messenger company against Lou Herman and others. At torney Thresher appeared for the plaintiff and Attorney Sanders represented the de fendant. The proceeding was a hearing on an or der to show cause why the defendant should not be enjoined during the pend ency of the suit from running a messenger company in this city. The plaintiff contended the defendant, Herman, had entered into a contract by whfch he had bound himself not to operate such a company in Butte, he having sold out the World Messenger company to the plaintiff. The defendants claimed they were not bound to observe the contracts in the way indicated by plaintiff. Viewing New Road. The county commissioners and Samuel Melville drove out to Columbia Gardens this afternoon to look over the route of the proposed new county road in that vi cinity. The road is to lead to and by the gardens up the gulch and over the bills. Mr. Melville is the only owner of property near the jardens who has indi cated any dissent from the plan of build ing the road. He is interested in the course it is to take, as he owns ground through which it is proposed to carry it. The road will be of great advantage to the people of the city who drive to the gardens and to others who wish to lo over the mountains via the gdlch ear the latter. The commissioners and Mt. Mel ville will try to reach an agreement as to the course of the road. The Best T And Busiest Starting a Big Sale of Furniture THAT'S our intention. The time will be a timely one, tomorrow, May h. It's moving day in some places, housecleaning day in man) places. Not that housecleaning can be done in a day, more's the pity. There would then be a saving of time and tem per. Speaking of savings, all housekeepers will be Interested In this sale, which will Include many desirable articles in furniture, curtains, carpets, draperies and house furnishing goods. The latter will be shown in our spacious basement, the former on the third floor of this big store. The low prices, which will be marked on these goods, will appeal strongly to the public and to you. Watch our windows and walt for further particulars. Get catalogue of bargains in basement. What Women Want arpet Bargains Shown on Hennessy's Second Floor Shown on Hennessy's Third Floor In Millinery Dept $1.25 Wrappers TSc $1 Shirt Waists 37hc Those uwesling floor coverings should we Women's rough straw sailors, me. Women's wrappers, made of good 3oo dimity lawn shirt waists. well our superb) stock of new goilod for the coml dium crown and brims, with black and quality of percale, wit h full width skirt made, with eight tucks down front, son. I e n *nwhite bands. Prices Soc, 75, $ioO d to-inch flounce capes, and shoul- box plait in back, stock collar with tie. ing . Itt esoy l ilth 01e store In white bands. Prices So s, soo ders trimmed with braid. Color, dark Correct fitting. Colors, tan ground lutte whlero alone the high grades of flinoe and $i.So according to quality. blue with white figures. Sizes, 34 to with pink, black and blue polka dots. SKnox sailor hats for women are now 44 inches. Regular $i.a5 wrappers, for Sizes ,ta to 44 inches. $.oo values. car tt can ie seu. More thtill that, we on exhibition. 7So. for 37!e. have a stock of low and muediuml (qlualitson Pretty trimmed hats In assorted $8.50 Skirts $4.35 75c Knee Pants 375c t -that Murpnales all others in every particular. bhapes, trimmings, colorings, etc., Women's walking skirts, made of O)f good, strong corduroy, well umade o l l hltV more of theit, and they are copies of more expensive ones. Special fnne all-wool homespun with 6-inch with patent band, taped seams, etc. facing around bottom and eight rows tolor, dark gray. Sizes fur 4 to i5 marked less t eIN.Where. Thew ae fyt.t. price only $..s,. stitchi-ng, trimmed with cloth covered years. ]uilll'ig this sale we offer: I 'obbily trimmed hats, large and me- buttons. Colors, cadet blue, light gray, dium shapes, of the latest braids, red and oxford; lengths, 36 o 35c Waists for 20c ti charmingly decorated with flowers, rib- inches. Regular $8.5o skirts for $4.35. 6oo boys' percale waist. patent cood Granite Ingrain Carpets boonas and ornaments, by lHennessy's own and, box plaits in back, I lroi collar milliners. Some so hats in the lot. AssiIs FoP and unlaundered. Assorted designs Only $s.oo each, but they look worth Butterick's Patterns and colorings. Sizes for 4 to 13 year.. Regularly worth 35c to 4oc milliners.Some hats In......the.....l.. .. ae. An dits For 25c Yard 1s nhoice of te erns, all good Ktyle and strong coloring", width i4 36 inch~es. ,Sale price only d035e ardl. Union Ingrains Tapestry Brussels Big Bargains on Second Floor for Little Folks lgular 5oc to 6oc vahls. lS'gl." 7e itality For 42%2c Yard For 49c Yard Boys' $3.00 Suits Boys' $6.50 Suits Boys' 50c Shirts ix i,,, s g aiv,, ,,.t d. sx ,, l, p i ,,.,, ,,,. uils, ,...wot .e e, ,nui \H idthl 36 inchs. S.ale price, 4: c. o,,rigi. Hin t iilttih 7 inch l. 'rice 4W1) Only $1.70 Each Only $2.95 Each Only Each Extra Super Ingrain Wilton Velvets too boys' two-piece knee pants suits, too boys' two-piece knee pants suits, 3oo twilled cheviot cloth shirts, with (egular 65e quality Negulr $ . Iln quality well made of dark blue wool cheviot, of strictly all-wool cheviot, and. cassi- ,,tt.achcd collar and tie to nimtdhi; they For 49c Yard For 72'c Yard good and serviceable lining in jacket; stripes, nchecks tand mixture; coat r miuade with yoke, pearl buttons and "en wics extra super ingrain.s, all At tis low picr yoiur tchoice of right pants have taped scams and patent double breasted, pants with taped Ioiket, for b,,ys of t i to i.t years; woot ising, wi hl. ttt in , ih.,s. hIv ly sl atti.o thiis poph , r piulr m a.hr t p t, in band; stylishly cut and good; all sizes seams and patent band; sizes for buys tolorings, art pink and blue stripe and dpkSigns iI bonrings. Vhith .i it, tiht eaust tlr diKn, nllis e t culuiltts. for boys of 8 to is years. Regular of 7 to 15 years. $5.o00 to $6.5u suits the shirts are snaps few mothers should Sale price only 49c snaps it ;-' .. ti $3.00 suits for $3.70. for $a.9s. ,,iiis. t;reat values for :Sc. Extra Super Ingrain xmnster Carpets Extra Super Ingrain Axminster Carpets B . IRgular 75c quality $i :% to $i "o values tnt tio er eplFor 55c Yard For 97c.c Yard I S I I (II1 rF Dp Five patterns fine all wnI, extra .t.pe Ten hn.kimi, li. iatterni in this rich Ingrain carpets, Si inchses wide, ui stn l- A tlinst. r, sh wiling ru, ,,hilinatitns ish estects and t ics col ringi . 1ale Ill tce it r,htotigs in rvery prce. An Bg ns only ny yard. matchable bargain at .rus d. SBig Bargains in Hennessy s Basement In all tho finer gs of Carpet in th yal Wiltmis an For Frida and Saturday's selling we have a great collection of little things at Arnolds, ('onstahle & C,,'s private pattern Axmtinsterst we give mere.y nominal prices. Included in the lot are books, writing papers, tablets, photo- equtally high values. Se them and yu'ili say so. graph albums, picture frames, etc. The subjoined list will give some pointers: Take Elevator to Hennessy's Third Floor Bargains in Books Bargains in Stationery I The Poets, bound in padded leather and re- Scratch pads, size 3} by 6 inches, wero 40c, duced from $1.25 to 85c each. now only 25c dozen. t"By Order of the Prophet," $1.50 book, for 25c ink wells for 15c. $1.20. 25c wire card racks for I 5c. 40e juvenile books for 25c each. Ie tablets ink papr for 3,,e. $1.50 "Ilome Queen" cook book for 5c. t sf $1.25 ,Women's Exchange" cookbookfor 65e. 21 sheets of paper for 2. c; worth 100. 25c paper bound books at half price. Pack of 25 envelopes 3jc; worth 7,'c. 25c receipt books for 10c. 10c stenographer's notebook for 5c. - *. * om ..,," 25e Webster's Dictionary for 15o. I No. 1 exercise tablets, 3 for 10c. 20c memorandum books fur lOe. No. 2 exercise tablets, 2 for 15c Scrap books at one-third off regular prices, 10'ý-"."." '' '' n - and lastly 40c bibles for 25c. 0lc picture wire and 0, for S c. 10c box note hal'IKr for Sc. 's __ ' `x Other Items Equally heap c celluloid fr ames for Sc. r. Only Two Bits Each -Dennison's plain crepe paper only tic roli. en y T O Bis E c 40c harmonicas for 250. Dennison's decorated crepe paler, usual price 75c music stands for o50c. 25c; now oly 1 roll Orth 75c mus_ rollso0e. 25c; now ony .c roll. But W orth Up to 5oc $1.00 set table tennis for 60c. Tally cards, worth 20e, for loc dozen. 50c set table tennis for 30c. 15c packs playing cards for 10.. In our Domestic l),epartment we offer for Friday and Satur Shelf paper, three packages for 5c. 25e packs playing cards for 15c. day a big lot of towels of extra largo size, incilding 3H lemstitched Huck Towels, G D EtHemstitched Damask Towels, urta n s, raperies, uc. uck Towels with Knotted Fringe and Damask Towels with Knotted Fringe * Tapestry Portieres Rfmed Swiss 6ustalns so pairs large size, fringed top and hot- ; 5 pairs worth 75c fir......25c Pair All nlarvelotlly good vaiucs at. two bils tutiece. r tom, assorted colorings, worth $4.5o for.. In lairs worth $1.50 for..,3.00 Pair . e., e " "E ... :... L.:.: "' "" Remnants @ heap U i~~~~?r pairs tapestry portieres, worth $6.ou Nottingham L~ace ~urtainu en ntsh a f $5.00 Pair. " r orth .o fir. c Pair veral re t left over fro3 our Gr'e Ticket Sale will * ~~~~~~~~~~Better grades up to $:5.oo pair. . li airs worth $~.oo for.., Si.S0 Pair Sua Ol~t~SktEtrfo u ~er ~~ttSi i .tSievral other styles $h.eu tu $8.,, pair. de closed out itt very low figures. 'Jhe lot unclih s ,hsirable Papestries, etC rablan Lace Surtains lengths of ginghams, calicoes, porcl'te,, outlig IlannIs, ilwns,t- Rich Oriental stripes at 4oc yard. d tars going ut $3.50 Pair slimities, nI|tslils, sheetings, crashes, nttdris cloths, deollilll4, cilv "Mercesied and silk damask s from $1.2-5 4 lrs going at....... $5.00 Palr ints, linun sttitiltgs, fancy waistings', tubi dumataks and other ,Io to $s.ou yard. 3, tiairs going at.... 5.00 Pair alestic goo is. "Dotte o .an d f i Swia indies o ite ts fn to $..., lair. 75e W aistings for 35e wdat woc, ia~c and iSc -ar- Madras and grenadines at 4s5, 6oc and 75ceWtystingsurorin5 up to $u.so yard. froni $t.oo to $8.o, pair. Itig variety. I 11 mem(rize'(4 d Oxford walstings, 30 Ilicheis wide, in t1roli111, couch covers, rih variety, at $2.oo, Pancy iPiiiow Tops J,.5 o, $3.00 and up to $io.oo each. l'retty stylet , fri , in o to C $, .. ealh . white, nile, lla vy, turquoise and p ink, selling at le~ssthan half lprice.. PLEADS HOT GUILTY ROY JONES ARRANG"ED IN HELENA ON MANSLAUGHTER CHARGE PROFESSES INNOCENCE. SPECIAL TO Till INTEL MOUNTAIN. Helena, April 3o.-Roy Jones, charged with manslaughter, appeared before Judie Smith in Department One of the district court today and plead not guilty. The death of E, J. Harris, whose demise was resultant upon a f91 caused by a blow struck by Jones, is charged to the latter. The charge of nasulaughter was filed against Jones this Omrnai by County Attorney Working and shortly after Jones was called into court. lie refused to make any statement but, waiving the stat utory time to plead. professed his inno cence. The date for his trial has not been set. Raymond Moore, held as an accom plice, has been dismissed upon the advice of the county attorney, who withdrew 4be charge, as it developed at the coronet's inquest that Moore knew no more about the crime than several other witnesses. Ottoman Bank Attack. iY ASSOCIATED PRESI. Paris, April 3o.-The foreign office has re. ceived a dispatch from Salonica saying the Ottoman bank has been attacked, and it was feared the situation was serious. GIFTS FOR TIN WEDDINGS. In these days one need not be at a loss to find appropriate articles to present to friends on the occasion of a tin wedding --the tIenth anniversary of the cerelony that reduced the loving couple to one in dividually. Formerly people had to con fine their choice of gifts to the articles of a practical nature-tubs, paIs, coffee pots, etc., meant for actual use. But now a gor geous bouquet of tin flowers may be had or a fancy tin hamper for candy, perhaps an elaborate tin belt for the woman or a garlanded tin punch bowl or cigar jar for the man. The tin bouquets are facsimiles of the genuine flowers so far as shape goes and are brightly burnished tin. Baby go-carts in miniature, with canopy, afghan and lace trimmings complete, are among the gifts; so are handsome tin scrap baskets, inpos ing-looking vases, fern dishes and cabinet ornaments. All are destined to Ue kept by the wed40 pefa until Ike anoilty 0 posanesion wanes and theil to find their way to the junlk dealers. Among the nonsens gifts are wrll fitting men's collars with Iuttonholes and bindings in place, tin belts. tall stiff crowned hats, mlemoranda books and wal lets; also tin walkin tin walking sticks, tin watches with chains and seals and elaborate orna ments and tiaras for the hair in imitation of the jeweler's furnishings. The manufacturers of such goods are frequently called upon to make to order some article that hits on the known habits or foibles of the couple to be honored. lThese orders are often filled at short no tice, directions for quite elaborate articles completed in time to be delivered that night. A good business is now done in these articles. Few people entitled to celebratj their to years of wedlock fail to take ad vantage of the occasion. And frequently these coupl who prefe to have little sentiment in such matters are reminded of their lapse from etiquet 4by the curious and laughable tin junketry which Ands its way to their doors on the festal day; gifts from those who were bridesmaids and uhecrs at the original ceremony or from the new friends tlley have made since. Bright' Scheme. IChicago Daily Ncws.] Parson-"Brother, how can we prevent every one from donating coppers. Deacon-"Oh, I have a good achepse, We'll take up the €ollcction with a cash register." But 3$ per cent of the people of Bulgaria are Moslems. The submarine cables, if joined, would reach to the moon. Of ,Lge,eoo people living in Paris ,ao.aes, are eithbr foreigners or proviucials.