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C, J. HURLEY IS TO
FACE A CHARGE OF LARCENY The county attorney's office has preparc(i an information charging C. J. Hurley with grand larceny and the information will be filed in the district court before long. Hurley is the man brought back from Alaska by Sheriff Quinn some time ago. The information says he was employed as a bookkeeper for the Montana Hard ware company in January, t9ob, and that he embezzled $3oo from the company on January ag, t1oo. "FLORODORA" WILL NOT BREAK LAWS THEATRICAL COMPANY MANAGER DECIDES NOT TO PLAY AGAINST MINISTERS' WISHES. WILL JUMP GREAT FALLS Opposition on Part of Clergy to Sunday Performance in Cascade County Metropolis Successful. The engagement of the "Florodora" eompany at Great Falls has been canceled. Manager Will J. Murphy stated this after noon that he did not care to antagonize the Ministcral association of Great Falls and, rather than have any trouble, his coin pany would not play there. The "Florodora" company was billed for the Great Falls opera house Sunday night. The .Ministerial association protested against the show playing there Sunday night and threatened to prosecute the management. Great Falls has an ordinance forbidding Sunday shows and providing a penalty for violation thereof. "Florodora" plays in Hlelena Monday night and for one day the company will have a rest. From Heclena the company goes to Grand Forks, N. D., where it opens Wednesday night. PANAMA SEES THE PRESIDENT (Continued from Page One.) government, republican in form and spirit, capable and resolved to discharge the obli gations pertained to sovereignty, we have entered into relations with the new re public. "It is fitting that we should do so now, as we did nearly a century ago, when the Latin peoples proclaimed the right of popular government, and it is equally fit ting that the United States should be the frst to stretch out the hand of fellowship and to extend to the new state the rules of equal intercourse that regulate the re lations of sovereignties toward one an other. Wish of Countrymen. "I feel that I express the wish of my countrymen in assuring you and through the people of the republic of Panama of our earnest hope and desire that stability and prosperity shall attend the new state and that, in harmony with the United States, it may be the providential instru ment of untold benefit to the civilized world through the operation of a highway of universal commerce across its excep tionally favored territory. "For yourself, Mr. Minister, I wish suc cess in the discharge of the important mission to which you nave been called." After a brief chat and the exchange of personal felicitations, Secretary Hay and Minister Bunau-Varilla withdrew. The latter, accompanied by his son, drove di rectly to his hotel, while Secretary Hay returned to the state department. VOLUNTEERS OFFER SERVICES Colorado National Guards Ready to Go Down to Panama. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Denver, Colo., Nov. s3.--Adjutant Gen eral Sherman M. Bell of the Colonade National guard, it is said, wired President Roosevelt, offering him the services of the Colorado troops in case the regulars are unable to cope with the situation i7 Panama. No Troops to Isthmus. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Washington, Nov. 13.-W\Var department officials have reaohed the determination that the situation at Panama does not war rant the sending of troops there. Both Secretary Root and l.ieutenant General Young, chief of staff, today authorized the statement to be made that no orders have been issued to any troops to proceed to the isthmus, and that none has been in contemplation. Bogotan Congress Adjourned. llV ASSOCIATED PRESR, Bogota, Nov. S.-(Thursday)--The ses sion of congress has formally been termi nated by the executive. The senate did not take up the bill looking to a new treaty for an isthmian canal. Complete calm prevails here. The rumor that the government had taken an atti tude hostile to Venezuela has been dented. SOUTHERN NEGRO TAKEN UP BY THE METHODISTS Omaha, Neb., Nov. 13.-Interest at the morning session of the general missionary commnittee of the Methodist Episcopal church centered in the discussion of the present conditions of the colored people, especially in the South. Two members of the general missionary committee who are themselves colored men, Dr. Walter II. Nelson of Huntsville, Alae,, and Rev. Dr. Henry A. Monroe of Philadelphia, made eloquent appeals for the support of the work among their peo ple. No suggestions were made by the committee members looking toward the withdrawal of support where this was evi dently needed, and in a number of cases additional grants were made above those of last year, .ervn ~ Saturday's Offerings Women's Tailor.Made Suits $5.00 eholce of Twenty.Five, Just Fancy .a only $5.00 Each It is generally known that we are doing the suit trade of the town. Our big business this week ' leaves us several broken lines odd suits, that is, one of a kind of several desirable styles. Now that they are marked down to the paltry price of $5.00, it cannot be supposed that you can get suited unless you come around early. Others will be after these stylishly tailored suits as soon as they read these lines. Their equal has never been shown, perhaps never will again. Women's Winter Coats at $21.25 These are the collarless, tab button model, made of a superior quality of zibeline, neatly trimmed with tailor stitched velvet. Colorings are brown and blue. All sizes. Most wonderful values for $4.25. j ; Remember These Prices Are for Friday and Satuaday Only Eiderdown Dressing Sacques ehildren's Nightrobes Wool corset Covers Flannelette Wrappers Only .Sc Bach Only 20e Each Only 4Oc Each Only 5Oc Each Women's dressing sacques, made of Children's sleeping robes, made of Women's fine knit, white ribbeod (goodl qtulity, with new yoke effect, extra heavy eiderdown, trimmed and good flannelette, neat patterns in pink wool corset covers, now form shape, ruillo over shoulhers, trimnued with finished with crochet edges; colors gray and blue checks and stripes; sizes 2, 4 long sleeves, front and bark with braid, waist lined, extra deep Ilounco and red; all sizes. Only 45c each. and 0. Only 20c each. crochet trimming. Only 40c each. to skirt; all sizes. Only 65c ench. Women's Winter Weight Underwear at 25c and IOc Garment We have collected several broken lines and odds and ends In women's underwear, put them on our bargain tables in two grand lots, making them at the exceptionally low price of 25c and Oc a garment. Stockinjs, Mittens and Women's Things All the Wanted Wearables for Women's Wear in Winter You'll go a long way before you'll find a notion department as well stocked with the - thousand and one things that women want as is Hennessy's. Then our decidedly low S figures make our attractive goods still more attractive. Following for l:riday's selling: Hosiery at 19c Pair Hosiery at 5ec Pair Here is a lot of fine cotton and lisle thread hose for Big lot of broken lines and odds and ends in wool, eash women, boys and girls, also a lot of heavy ribbed cot- mere, line cotton, lisle and worsted in plain, rilled 1nd4 ton hose for young folks, values up to 40c, 10c pair. drop stitched effects for women, girls, boys, values to $1. Warm Mittens 19e Swell Belts at 93c Individual Veils Stock Collars 50c Double mittens, In all sizes, for women and Several very pretty styles in black and New lot made of chliffton and not in Ilark, 150 sfoit ellfints, stylish Iand nle, soI , ouno ar children, made of good wool with high wrists, colors, nicely trimmed with braid and but. white, brown, bho and red in tvelrnal very sligitlly oieh.d, bu1t 4, h1 e readily cleanuil; some with fancy backs. Regular 3e5 quality tons. Regular values up to $4.00 for UG5 pretty cffecls. 'rics 6e 11Io $5 L:a h. vinlu's to $2.00 for ,0 en.tsll. for 19c pair. Winter Gloves Oc Warm Mittens 25c Want Something Good to Read? (Winter i' loves aIOc In Double mittens, In all sizes, for women and brown and4l hIlati. Itogultr '21 (i and 3.5c: values children; they have high wrists and are ex- Choice of 300 Books, values to $1.00, for 50 cents each fbr tioe itit. ceptionally warm; 40c values for 25c. Choice of 200 Books, values to 75c, for 25 cents each Several, other gloves equally cllap. Underwear Sale Boys' 21iothin Special Values for Saturday Sellng On Second Floor In Men's Furnishing Dep't Boys' " ý` Hennessy'is n o chinchilla When you're wearing good, warm underwear between sea- sr'e er sons, it's optional whether you wear a thick undercoat or a Ree fers thin overcoat. Certainly we have some of the best makes,r wef n and prices are very low. For instance: Winterh wigt gatrmncnts of navy blue chinchilla, with storm collars, . ) 1ne Ua Iheavy plaid worsted linings m.ld - sFine U nderw eatin sleeve linings; well nado a. strictly servicenbl; all sizes from == . to 15 years. Only O Garment Especially Good Values at $2.95, $3.95 and $6.75 If..r HIere's a large' lot of mbn's pure wool, cashmere anid wor- Boys' Overcoats Youths' Overcoats sted and steam shrunk, linolana health underwear, trimnlmed, L Only $3.50 Bach Only $10.00 Bach and cuffs tipped with silk. Values from $2.50 to $3.50, for $1.50. Fine al-wl Oord ray lon oy' torm d inter ovrcoa, 75c Underwear 35e $2.00 Underwear $1.00 and cheviot box ant (Theslrfold In brown anti plaid casslmoro, cut overcoats, well rut and made wills double-breasted; a most popular Men's brown derby ribbed undershirts and Men's wool undershirts and drawers, extra well strong linings and velvet collars; style, with velvet collar, sergoe and drawers, with French neck and well trimmed. 75e made and trimmedl. $1.50 to $2.00 values for $1.00. sizes from 4 to 14 years; only $3.50 mohair combination lining and ser garments for 35c. $3.0 Underwear $1.75 each. viceable satin sleeve linings; sizes Men's silk andti worsted undershirts and dlrawers Youths' Overcoats from 15 to 19 years; surprisingly $1.00 Underwear SOc In plain and fancy colors. Usual $3.00 to $3.50 values Only .00 good values o $10.00. Men's heavy mixed camel's hair undershirts and for $1.76. Only $00 ah drawers, extra well made. $1.00 garments for E50. $L.50 Underwear $2.50 Young men's gray beaver and Boys' 3530 Gloves cheviot overcoats, dress anti hrx $1.50 Underwear 750 Men's extra fint. worsted undershirts and drawers, styles, very natty model, linings of Only 23e Pal Men's fine derby ribbed wool undershirts and ribbed and pla n, assorted shapoes, $4.50 values for Italian cloth and sleeve linings of drawers, winter weight, trimmed with silk. $1.25 $2.50. satin; sizes from 16 to 20 years; only All our 35e jersey and wool gloves to $1.50 value for 75c. $1.00 Union Suits $2.00 9.00 each, going at 25c each. Our window displays give many pertinent pointers. Gray union suits, nearly all sies. $4.00 sullts for $2. Children's Russian, Norfolk and Ulster Overcoats Blox pleated with belts, military necks, silk velvet collars; ilso ..s a eats P . Bdouble breasted and belt ulster effect's in Oxford, blue and fancy nn ss Aents or BanisterShoes rough cheviots, overplaid cassimnOeres and other desirablo cloths; sizes 3 to 8 years. Prices, $3.75 to $10.00. HILL BORROWS CASH DY ASSOCIATED PRESS. New York, Nov. 13.--Announcement was made today that Kidder, Peabody & Company of Boston, Baring Bros & Company, Limited, of London, and Baring, Aiagoun & Company of New York, are offering $7,go,ooo of a (;reat Northernl Railway company two-year per cent loan seccured by $9,7o.o000o St. Paul, lilnneapolis & Manitolba Pacific extension ster, ling 4s due July t, P940, depositcd with the Bankers' Safe Deposit & Trust company of New York. Certificates of participation of £Joo or $S97 are offered at g9% and interest. It was an| nounced that thie notes had already been disa posed of, and it was said that they awere issued for tile purpose of getting money "needed tor 'improverents." No statement was obtainable at the office of J. J. Hill and Baring, Magoun & Co. referred inquiries to Boston houses for information. Beautiful in Illinois. Bloomington, Nov. z3.-Snow com" menced falling in Central Illinois this morning, the first of the season. HOLLAND IRRIGATION CANAL Pres;dent Wormrer Has Secured Backing for the Enterprise, SI'.P(IA. TO THE INTE' MOINTAIM, Big Timber, Nov. 13.-A, Wormser, president of thie olland Irrigation Canal company, has returned from the East, where he has been interesting capitalists in the bonds of an irrigation enterprise. He has succeeded in floating part of the issue of bonds for the reclamation of anl arid land district near here, undertaken by the state board of arid land commission ers, The district to be reclaimed is sit uated just south of Big Timtber. Mr. 'acrmser feels very hopeful over the out look and expects to have work on the ditches commenced next spring. The construction of the proposed canal will be a big thing for Big Timber an J vicinity. STEAMER RUTH ABANDONED BY ABSOC(IATED ParSs. San Francisco, Nov, 3,-T'l'he steamer Ruth, which went ashore reccntly at Fish ermen's bay, has been abandoned, Her crew reached shore in safety. BELIEVE JONES HELPED BEAT UP A MILLIONAIRE BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Seattle, Wash., Nov. r3.-Harry Jones is in jail and has been identified as the companion of George Van Horst, who beat, bound and robbed Millionaire T. S. Lippy, August a last. Jones has confessed. Van Horst is now serving a term in the penitentiary for the crime. The officers were assisted in run. ning Jones down by his former landlady.