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of Health There is a quality in Royal Baking Powder which makes the food more digestible and wholesome. This peculiarity of Royal has been noted by physicians, and they accord ingly endorse and recom mend it. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. MONTANA STATE FAIR SECRETARY AND TREASURER PACE SUBMITS A REPORT TO GOVER NOR TOOLE ON SHOW. SPECIAL TO THIE INTER MOUNTAIN. Helena, Dec. i.-That the first state fair was a success is shown in the first annual report made to Governor Toole by Secretary and Treasurer J. W. Pace. The fair cost $29.363.17. The total amount on hand the Ieginning of the fair includ ing legislative appropriation and contri butions was $33.·57.45. The balance on hand is $4.594.28. The state appropria tion was $5,ooo, while from private dona tions and the operation of the fair were realized these amounts: William Scallon, $0o,ooo; Lewis and Clarke county, $2,500o; sundry sources, $129.35; admissions, including grandstand end quarter stretch, $,11350.30; conces sions, $1,825.50; space rentals, $235; race entries, $96r ; betting account, $1r,75.30o; special premiums, $100; refund exhibit expenses, $30. As there are many improvements to be made, involving a large expenditure, Sec retary Pace estimates the deficit for the year will be $12,15o. These are the im provements Secretary Pace says are needed: New and modern grandstand, machinery hall, doubling the present exhibition hall, barn for exhibition cattle, additional shed for sheep and swine, enlarging poultry and penstock buildings, 5o additional stalls for speed stock, restaurant with sulfficient seating capacity, grading and other minor improvements. The estimated cost, of these improvements is $25,ooo, which form the greater part of next year's estimated expense of maintenance. ON IN RED LODGE COURT SPECIAL TO TIlE INTELt MOUNTAIN. Red Lodge, Dec. I.-District court is in session here. An important civil action is the libel suit of Mrs. Rebecca L. Reeves against Walter Alderson and the Picket Publishing company, to recover $1o,ooo. She claims a statement derogatory to her was printed at the time of the Bridger bank robbery case. Arthur Smith and Floy Howe are to be tried for injuring the county jail at the time of their jail break. BRANCH OF MINE WORKERS SPECIAL TO TIlE INTER MOUNTAIN. Cokedale, Dec. I.-A branch of the United Mine Workers of America has been organized here with 87 members. The following officers have been elected: J. H. Blaney, president; Frank Willis, vice president; William Williams, recording secretary; Olaf Shogrea, financial secre tary; Gus Johnson, treasurer; 'Ed Jones, warden; J. T. Chapman, conductor. PRYOR MANDAMUS IS OFF SPECIAL TO TIHE INTER MOUNTAIN. Helena, Dec. i.-ln an opinion by Chief Justice Brantly the supreme court has dis missed the mandamus proceedings coin menced by Sarah Pryor to have set aside Judge Harney's judgment in her damage suit against the city of Walkerville. Gathering Mining Figures. SPECIAf. TO TIlE INTER MOUNTAIN. Great Falls, Dec. I.-J. E. Rose of Washington, D. C., is here gathering mine Ing statistics. LUJTI3 Y 'S 45.47 WBST PARK ST. PHONB 68 " gQULITY COUNTS Cheap goods are generally low-priced. Good goods are generally high-priced. \Ve sell only good goods, but good goods are low-priced at Lutey's. Read these Wednesday bargaines Potatoes, Etc. Snaps Extra fancy smooth Montana White I'ota- Fine thick Finnan Iladdies, pound...154 toes. Finest shipped into B]utte; ioo Prepared Horseradish or Mustard, either pounds, full weight ................$1.00 kind; big bargain at, per bottle...... 10 Santa Clara Prunes. Such little pits; little Fancy IlandPdlicked Navy Beans, if any sugar required to prepare them they oer pound ...............................5. are so sweet; 25.pound box, a snap t ....................................61.oo Preserves, Etc. Sugar. Best dry granulated; A sec glass of the Finest Preserves, a6 pounds ......................$1.00 put up for..............................40 Ricelieu Stiawberry or RaspbErry Jam; Yellow or White Corn Meal, either kind, 5.pouid stone crockr. .. ..R.,,,.. J1.00 to-pound sack..........................50 Richelieu Jams. Strawberry or Raspberry, Best Graham Flour, so.pound sack..250 new crop; i6.ounce bottle.............2g5 Fair Grade Maple Syrup; delicious for the Silver Kettle Currant Jelly, absolutely table; 2..gallon can, less than Soc gallon pure. For the sick, the convalescent and at, per jacket............................... .OO the well. Glass .......................25 PRESH MEATS Rear of Our Bakery Department. Prime Rib Roast Beef, pound ........10 Shoulder Steaks, 5 pounds............ 250 Prime Legs Mutton, pound.......,. 100 Juicy Round Steaks, 3 pounds........f2g Sirloin Steaks, pound .................... 100 Shoulder Mutton Chops, 5 potiuds.... 50 Porterhouse Steaks, pound....... 1-1. Prime Pot Roost Beef, pound ..........0f CASPER BANK FIASCO STOCKHOLDERS SAID TO HAVE BEEN ABLE TO BORROW ENOUGH TO MAKE SHORTAGE GOOD. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Casper, Wyo., Dec. 1.-Deputy Sheriff Miller has arrived here from Douglas with Charles Weston, state auditor of Nebraska, who is one of the officials of the defunct private bank which failed here Friday. Weston had been released on bond, but it was not considered sufficient, so he was rearrested. He gave sufficient bonds at once, his bondsmen qualifying for $75,000ooo. Mr. W\Veston and his associates are charged with receiving deposits when they knew the bank was insolvent. N. S. Bris tol, one of the banking firm, has agreed to take up his notes in the bank with cash. It is learned that the stockholders bor rowed enough money to make good all shortages. This money will be placed in the bank immediately and depositors paid as fast as they apply. The bank will not be recognized but local capitalists have organized a company to open a na tional bank here. MIKE TWOHY IS INSANE SPECIAL TO TIIO TE INTER MOUNTAIN. Deer Lodge, DeL. i.--Mike Twohy, a shoe maker formerly employed by John O'Rourke as a shoemaker in Butte, and who jumped from a car window at Garrison, was today adjudged insane and ordered committed to the insane asylum at Warm Springs. Virginia City Dramatio Club. Si'IECIAL TO TilE INTER MOUNTAIN. Virginia City, Dec. i.-The members of the Virginia City Dramatic club, so in number, returned on Sunday from Sheri dan where they gave a successful per formance Saturday night of "Because I Love You." There was a large attend ance and the receipts were $124. After the performance the visitors from Virginia were entertained at a banquet given by the Sheridan Dramatic club, at whose in vitation the performance was given. Declared Unconstitutional. SPECIAL TO THE INTER MOUNTAIN. Helena, Dec. I.-That feature of the state game and fish law making it a mis demeanor to kill turtle doves has been de clared unconstitutional by the supreme court. The court announced this ruling in passing on the appeal from the district court of Lewis and Clarke county of Wil ton G. Brown who had been fined for kill ing the doves. Hunters generally approve of the decision. Common pepper is pepper and almost anything else-a quarter pepper three-quarters that, very likely. Sells "cheap" and pays 300 per cent. Schil ling's Best is nothing but good true pepper. If you want dirt you can add it for nothing. MODERN COACHES FOR THE B., A. & P, RAILWAY MANAGEMENT HAS OR DERED FINE PASSENGER CARS FROM THE EAST. ALL LATEST IMPROVEMENTS New Service and Equipment, It Is Hoped, Will Be Put on Sometime Within the Next 10 Days. Besides being again placed on a trans continental line hy .having all (;reat North ernt passenger trains run through to Ana conda the citiazns of that city will have the privilege of riding to and from IButte in as up-to-date passenger coaches as are to be found upon any railroad. The management of the B., A. & P. has had manufactured in the East several passen ger coaches which will arrive from the East in a few days and be placed in service. The coaches will be the most modern affairs running into Butte. They will be vestibuled, have plush covered seats, heated in the most modern manner, prop erly ventilated and lighted with acetylene gas. They will be brand new coaches right out of the shop, and will prove to be the most luxurious alffairs of the kind running into Butte. It is expected that the new eqluipment will be here and be in service inside of to days. They will be the only coaches on a Northwestern road lighted with acetylene gas. eBilious Colic Prevented. Take a double dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholcra and 1)iarrhoea I-tuedy as soon as the first indication of the dlisease appears and a threatened attack may be warded off. Hundreds of people who are subject to attacks of bilious colic use the remedy in this way with perfect success. For sale by all druggists and dealers. MRS. MARY TALLON IS AFRAID OF HER HUSBAND She Says He Comes Home Frequently and Breaks Up the Furniture. Mrs. Mary Tallon has filed an affidavit in Justice Tint Harrington's court to the effect that she fears for her life, and charges her husband with threatening to do her great bodly hars. The name of the defendant to the action is George L. Tallon, and Mrs. Tallon states in her aflli davit that he has threatened to kill her. She asks the court to place her husband under boands to keep the peace. Tallon is a miner, and for three or four days has been in the county jail re covering from a spree, on a charge of dis orderely conduct. Mrs. Tallon's allegations are corrobo rated by the policeman who patrols the beat on East Broadway, where the Tal lons live. The officer stated that on Thanksgiving day Tallon took on too much booze and was ready to scrap with any thing when lie arrived home, and im mediately started a rough house, break ing furniture and raising a tempest in general. He was arrested and taken to jail. DAN WARREN GUILTY OF OBSCENE LETTERS Returned to Jail, When Unable to Fur nish $300 Peace Bonds. Dan Warren, the man who has been writing threatening and obscene letters to Mrs. Emma F. Gallagher, was convicted yesterday in Justice Taylor's court and bound over to keep the peace in the sumi of $300, and on his failure to secure the bonds was returned to jail. Mrs. Gallagher, her son and daughter were the witnesses against Warren, who at one time roomed at her house. While residing at Mrs. Gallagher's, Warren used obscene language and so cotnducted himself that she was compelled to ask him to leave. It was then that Warren got busy with his pen. The postofiice department was notified and secured 16 letters, all in the same handwriting, and purporting to have been written by Warren. ED RYAN WANTED ELSEWHERE May Go to Duluth After Serving Outs His Livingston Term. SfPE('IAL TO THE INTER MOUNTAIN. Livingston, Dec. t.-When Ed Ryan completes his sentence of too days in the county jail for swindling a stranger out of $8o, the probabilities are that he will be turned over to the authorities of Duluth to be prosecuted on a charge there. Sheriff Robertson has been notified to that effect. Ryan, it appears, was once a member of the "Big Mitt" gang of grafters in Minneapolis whose exposure and con viction brought about the downfall of Dr. Amnes, the mayor of the Flour city. Faces a Serious Charge. SiPECIAL TO THE INTEIR MOUtNTAIN. Miles City, Dec. i.-T']he charge of se duction is hanging over the head of Ernest Coon who was arrested at Fort Benton and brought here for trial. Christian Boe of Otter creek is the complaining witness. Coon's bonds were fixed at $5o00 pending trial. To Curtail Gamblers. SI't('IAL TO TIIE INTER MIOUNTAIN. Great Falls, Dec. i.-An ordinance, pre sumed to cover gambling, was introduced in the city council last night, but was de feated. It was designated an ordinance prohibiting persons from keeping or main taining disorderly houses. It will proba bly be resurrected. David Rice Is Dying. S'PE('IA,. TO THE INTEI MOUNTAIN. Great Falls, Dec. I.-David Rice, an old and respected resident of Riceville, near Monarch, is reported to be dying of heart trouble. He is about o60 and has been ailing for some time. Mrs. Susan M. Werner Dead. s" SPECIAL TO TIIE INTER MOUNTAIN. Helena, Dec. x.-Mrs., Susan M. Wer ner, wife of C. S. Werner, for many years stenographer in a local attorney's ofiice, ie dead in Spokane where she had been resid ing a number of years. Park county offers a reward of five hundred dollars for the' arrest and conviction of psrty or parties dynamiting bridge just east of Livingston, Sunday, August a. TRANSFER SYSTEM NOT INAUGURATED TICKETS HAVE NOT ARRIVED AND CAR COMPANY IS OBLIGED TO CALL IT OFF. WILL SOON BE PUT IN,THOUGH Manager Wharton Talks of the Expense in Operating Cars Here and Bone fits to the Public. The strect car conmlllctors of the city snifl'led for at time today. They were he sirgled for transfer tickets and had noneil to ittcr. It had beetn atinntioueIicI d in the apers thait the traill lfetr systeii I;thil he Iiatgturated today, and it appeared that alimst ever.y body who hltarde'd a car tde sir.d to go Iteyi nd the limits of the line oll which lie was tr'aveling, antid demtllindedl a tIransfer. The inability of the coindulcr toi for nish trall nsfers wtas tonle tf r .t i.c h l he I .,t ln - panl)y wlas it lii waty reLspotnlih!e. Ilhe ¢cmpany, Manager \\ h:Irton stated this mlorning. hlad giren notice tihat the trans. fer systetll would lie iIn force by Jll lllary 1. andi possibly by lecemnher 1. 0th,41h of this no '.tstrance could he gii' gen. Wordl gtl out. hoiwever, that tlhe srvie e a woull lubegin l e mbel.r i , antil tlh t the s,.stl l ii, to he aptpreeciatelld wai.y shown by tIhe de tlands that were ade l tipon tthel conihictor today. Tickets on the Way. A1allanalr W\Viartmi says that thlie lransferir tickelt have teen ordlered and alre lnos ott the way to the city. They comel from Syracusie, N. Y., antd deilay in transit is p.rl ally the caIuie of the failure lto puti the systeml into operation today. MIr. Whiarton says I the icketsill wltwill uno itdly lie here within, a few dlays, ;uid thtit tlhenl transifers will lie issued to all patron, of the various lines mho atsk for them. ".1 transfer service that will allow any one tla go from any part of the city to anIy other pairt is one thatii otg lit to he, and unidouttedlly will he, lappreciated by thI"e public. 'There is i intlerestinr ficl in this colnnectiilon which itprobal.y it lnt generally undtirsitoil. 'IItihre are few if 1oiy street car systems it lthe worl where tiie cost of toperatilon of cars is tig#ter th:ai ill Itutte. Here we h w.te snow atni ice to contend with ita good part of the year, andl thie street grades of this city. as everyblody knows, are s.melthing noti piar It takes power toI run the cars here, yet we propose to give aI serviet In all parts of the city for the' saime 5 cent far' that is eha:rged in other iplaces twhere thiere is little snow or ice andl practic;all no grades. The transfer service will Ihe in operation witbin a few days at the mIiIst,." SRIES SUICIDE ROUTE ROSS GIBAULT CUT DOWN BY JAIL OFFICIALS AT HAVRE AND FINALLY SAVED. 1'(4 IAIl. TO 'Itt IN'IEII tIII '4I AIN. Ilavre, Dec. i.---oes (;ibault,. a Great Northern passenger I.rakenuII who is be ing held to the dist ict court to answer the charge of svi.tlmling a pa ssetnger out of a railroadl ticket from Cut fllnk to I.ynchville, V'a., attet.mped stuicide last iight in the city jail, but was dliscus ercd in time to frustrate his pllans. lie Iwound the chain sutpporting his bunck around his neck eand tried to shut off his wind in that crllde manrner. (ftticvers White and ftyckle discovered himie and cut himi down. IS TO GIVE A PUBLIC LIBRARY TO BOISE 'RPE(IAI. 1) Tile INIT a MOUNTAIN, Roise, Idaho, Dec. i.---The people of Boise are jubliant over the news that Andrew ('arnegie has decided to inlrease his dl;nation for a free public library fromt $5,000 to $2o,oo0. As $5,000o was subscribed here to add to the Scotchman's original subscription, the new library will cost $:5,00o and bhe one of the handsomest in the west. It is said that Judge Morrow of the United States circuit court of anpjtals in duced Mr. Carnegie to make a more liberal fl.ation. CUT GLASS If you are looking for something in cut glass that shall be beautiful ,nd still be of moderate price, come and see us. Our sales lately have been larger than ever, due to the greater varie ty and better values than could be seen elsewhere. See it in our window this week. HIGHT & FAIRFIELD CO. A SIDEBOARD - AND ' BUFFET SALE Now as the days draw near when the dining room should look its best, we have arranged to offer you some of the grandest values in sideboards and buffets that the house of the people ever named. A sale that means that the buffet or sideboard that you have long wanted, and considered be yond your means is now to be had at a price reduction that makes the buying easy matter. While the goods are fully up to the usual standard of excellence we have always maintained the prices are much the lowest ever quoted for like qualities. Look Through This Partial List Sideboards Sideboards Made frolm hart wod, with goldn l\ith douhbh tos, ghlnol oak fini.h, .1 oak hfiiilh. a . in,,ll -il o large drIwcri , a lohck.t. 1 bracket stlpp,)rtCed drawri , a lockers .ithu entwi d pae;la 1., I h, 14 by :. inlh hlvel plic nIir doors.. I.I by :.1 il;1ch herel plate mirror or antd br;. trinmmingv thr ough oIl top. anld ,J brackel .apport'r out. $-5 .o style; rc'sl.'d hi lIvris. $ou.no va,lu ctr- to ........................$19.50 ccd to ..................... $15.00 Oak Sideboards Oak Sideboards 'Two cutlery and i.ne linrie drawer, IIa4 2 dlnh sl, wll front drawers, large dhliile top, :4 hy .4 incih Ihcvrl mirrir, liinen drawer. r, a ,ckrs,, donhlr t.:), fa;ncy carved ian lrd I ed, dIltlc ldoor large I.vrel plateh mirror ltd 3 shrelves, Ih'kcrs, riht olden ultk cl lly ipolihd l upportd by richly carved brack Ii.ih amt h. Iri n .illg. Rel'g ular price $.1, rihuce), lci, reduetd from $, .5u to ....................... 22.50 to .......................$20 .50 Buffet and Buffet Tables Buffet Tables Buffets ()ak quairter 'awed anlI hand pIiul i lihd Oa bratil l wll;ller .Iawd tuck, tFrench l.,4 am sohap.d utul mr sheIf, Ihat shus Ohe rich grain of thel wood 1as .: drawers and a tech .vel, plate i , perlhtlio., ha'y on large draw'r mirror which 1i'v d. alw.., Ihr full andll extra Ilarg, shaped shelf he withh of the 1..11. Rteg no lh, , .1 ".plhndid $:4.,.1 valhe, Q ular pir $~i.ci. ult to.... $15.00 r.dn.ed Io ............... $18.51 Buffets in hanI lisl h l.d ,I;llster s.'awedtl (;k. BuffetS I|remcl i I,.gs. _ th m\a.al' , cast; h;, Ii In ()in ak. qua1.rlr luaa d al ha pllul| a ,b1 I. llinllgs, ( l hin is .h d w ith g. oh, , m outn lr' "I I: . al h a hoot ,s . 'lhw r r, l har l h . donh door Ip sty and.l : richl dr iign ill rlll.l;l'e Ico Gker. top s(llollliall l'l by 2 aiillty spindle open work, onite (i I our l h 'l v and bark ,rna nll .ed wilh .I pretllies t $.lp . nI vill'es, re ' Il'h, ru ull alllr oVa l l m, irrlors ; duced to ................. $30.00 , git $1o vai.. ; rut to.. 35.00 Mail Us Your Orders We Pay the freight YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD Brownfield-Canty Carpet Co. 48 to 51 West Park, 41 to 543 West Galena Street, Butts. WAlNING TIPPLESb MAN WHO DRINKS IN MODERATION MAY YET FALL A VICTIM TO ALCOHOLIC HABIT. IvY ASi5O IA ii 1:'l1 tar . New Y',.k, IDec. t.- '1ha;t ;a mI who wa:t n'ever illntoxicat;lled in his lit. ; d whose only iIltdnignct was at drink v;rly in, the morning nllll d , another Ibefre retlir ing at fright. may die fro, ilcoholismn, is dellmsllItratllld by ;lan ;,ntop. y mI,, l( iln the ICellevue hospt ill ill tile case of (;eorge. A. 'I trnter. 'T o his wife, with whom hIe Jl;nd lived happily for three yeurs, sald to hiii. friel 's, I iruier wasI k ,inown as i manl of extreuit, ly itellt llate haIlits. Ihe wax suddenly stricken alter a surgicail opera tion, was c.lriedll to the hIosp.ital lnd died in the alcohoil wrId Iroi what the doctors dec(lnre wils delirinl trement(I(.. ''lurlnr decla:red the doctors hand MIIi dlered ;land delll lll ;Il inivestigal ioil. After the alultopsy ulld ttellelnts firom physiciyui s they decided I Tt urntsr d.th 'was dueI to "rehlf edl n;tlcoholini." Il i l)uul that the vietim hald been svferiu, from cthronic meningitis i;tul Isofit.ing ,f thIe braini, with other malad;lies of Issr I :'rte. WANT TO CONTROL THE MACEDONIAN REFORMS Russia and Austria Seek to Exclude the Other Powers. iv A5torAs I I i 'is.IS, London, Dec. i.--The Chronicle Icarns of a curious episode. When the appoint lent of luropianl ollicers to the 'I turkishl gendarmerie in Macedoniat was proposied, (Great Britain asked that three English officers he appointed, thinking that 'ach of the other powers would require the ap poitmcnlnt of a similar nuimber. The governmelnt of Austria-llungary, however, demainlc h'ed the aliplAnelllnt of 18o Austrian officers, the oviNns inlten tion on the part of Austria and ussia be ing the exclusion of all o their powers from any real share in the control of the gen darmerie. The Chronicle says that the directors of the Mecedoniat relief fund have received advices that pneunmoilia and pleurisy are working havoc among the fugitives in the burned villages as the result of exposure and destitution. FRAUDS IN THE PHILIPPINES More About That Scheme to Smuggle in Chinese Laborers. II ASHOCIATED m'tIf.S, Manila, Dec. .--C. E. Richardson, of the firm of Richardson & Company of Amoy, of which W. 1). Ballantyne, an in spector of customs at this port, and John Miller, ex-inspector of immigration, charged with conspiracy to imaport Chinese coolies in the Philippine Islands disguised as merchants, were members, as a witness has produced letters from Ballantyne which say that Carl Johnston, vice consul at Amoy, would sign any certificates the firm issued. Collector of Customs Shuster secured at the time he unearthed the conspiracy in October last, a number of papers, among them a contract signed hy Miller pnd Bal lantyne. This contract mentions Carl Johnston, vice, and at that time acting United States consul at Amoy, his Inter preter and secretary as lbeneficiaries MORRIGEAU IS ALL RIGHT 11,' AS.zOl I A I If t'IfIHs. 111(11 (Ilill JI·.I fir e. I. M(u;(i) Wn A Wil Shlcd f uer hue Fiathearf Ind~fialI agency hIi NfeeIIhR , fIhu>. fIfeg ;lflfelIh III fite illfiali iiiea~ui tha~t .1'. fill Nilee c igaite, twhoe way~ Ielilivill frailc f fit reseeitiIliiit by a Squiead oif 111 j IerN kin NTiuc F Io i if ie IoUFrtday fits,, fias, fuetii pie icijtll tie Riot,, fill ~Ills pledgffe thait lie will oefiy III, rufes Ii lfle hinltoe' tutd pay feis f~raieiig tix ini uluf, Uri get fur wiisi fiji filne. nlu rrigeaui hia I-liseolif tio fy his tiaiu xes, andi, Iitikedf fly ;t cnint iutif iif parltfitsan, I ORTON BROS. OttTON IKOS. BIGGEST PIANO OPPORTUNITY 13VIR OIIIFFEREDI) IN 'THE STATI. iPLIINDII) INSTRUMENT'S OF FI!REI) AT LI'rI'.I1 COST- SAVIN(I OF NUARLY HALF:. If you are in ,loderatr circumstances atlIl leedl to practice c.nomlly, a hii gh priced, or a pialno of great renownl i not nicce ,sary, nlevertheless you need a good piiano. 'IIE I" ()l.L.OWING IS A PARTIAL I.IS'T OIL TIlE BARGAINS WE. ARE OF"ERING: One splendid square piano, worth $125 ... ...... .. .. .....$ 65 (Jne: very good upright piauo .... 71 (IOn C. 1. Pease upright, in ebony One large size upright piano, beau tiful in tone.; in splendid condi tion ..................... . 140 One slightly used upright, worth $250, now................ ...... 16 One brand new upright, in ma hogany case; regular retail price $30o, now................ . oo0 One brand new, thoroughly war ranted upright, in quarter sawed oak, or French walnut finish; reg. ular retail price $325, now...... a15 One beautiful new, large size piano, in either mahogany, quarter sawed oak or walnut, regularly re tails at $375, now...... $248 and 258 One new $450 Hallet & Davis, now :........................... 39 One new $600o Weber, now...... 375 One new $650 Weber, now...... 450 One new Knabe, now............ 450 And all other new pianos at propor tionately low prices. Terms from $I5 to $a5 down and from $7 to $zo monthly payments. Second-hand organs ranging at $zo, $1S, $16, $18, $2o, etc. Brand new organs, $58, $6a, $67 and upward. Terms from $5 to $1o down and from $a.5o to $S monthly. Violins, Mandolins, Guitars and all other small goods at proportionate dis count. GREAT BARGAINS IN PIANO PLAYERS--They will be closed out at $16o, $:70 and $17s. Cash or easy payments. Out of town people will please write for catalogues, terms, etc. Call early and get choice, ORTON BROS, an9 N. Main St., Butte, Mont.