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THF ANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY^ MOBNING. AUGUBT i^, 1807.
gOTTCNEWS. WHSII IT FOR II WHILE ButAnaoonfa Carried to Many^Guns for Butte. W 4a 1 COULDN'TTURN THE TIDE TheOopper Oiv Nine Had Everything ItcOwn Wsy In All but On* In-^nlcg Whan Pitcher An^^drew! Went to Pieces,. Buttewas in It fur a minute and that^waa all. Furih^ hall ^ tanks of thiscity have been ^ .mtlng under th*^successive defeats adminlstei^ il by the^Anaeonda team and have kinged ^ith^an intense longing f^ r the da^ i^ ^ ^^me^^when the tables ^^iiiil I*. luin.,1 K^-^ery Putt- baseball trans lias lj.fi his^throat brimful at unyelHd (fella Malt^^ing f^r the day ^ hen liulle would Intve^a rail coming- Therewas just vne little inning S'hsa^Butte waa In It and tin rke.l up veils^were let Ions*, li waa awns rellel bi let^]^^oee of even a yell M two. It was In^thi seventh inning. In that inning^young Andrews, who. in tin balance^^^l tin garni ,|^lt^ hed a mam bus .^went all to pieces and dldn'l know^whether he nas pitching IhiII ^ r gating^up In a bal'ooii. Untie soiled sex en^runs ggfBrt sNaxtraai v t back on larlh^again. Then the fun was uver. Itwas a case of the Anaiondas hav^^ing alamt 16 laufil.s t !^ : I5uUc Theyscented to win as tiny pleased,^and when Hutte. made a stagger at^getting a run or two, Altaienda would^follow suit. Outside of the piti In i s^box, however, the Butte team is u |i^ od^match for the Anaconda team. The^Anacondas slaughtered Unites pitch^^ers, while Andrews, except ill one in^^ning, waa a puxsle that o uldh't lie^solved. The first seven men put out^on the Hulte team were struck out. ami^altogether M of them retired in^strikes. Anaconda made a gi ^.d start^for the game by scoring live runs In the^first Inning and they maib- the whole^Ave after two men were out 1.1 yd hit^safely, stole secmid, reached third on^Mi Hah a sacrlhVe and scored on a hit^by Orlffllh. This hit also scored Ilur-^Krn. wt^. had reached lirst ^ n halls. A^kit by Hmersuit. .\I^^^: .^ i hit-, on bit by^pitcher, and a I nil OnggSl by Le-nf^sun In three mora runs. Long's hit^aas to the rlgtit Meld I s n*r anil a faft^runner would have reached tint J. but^the ball got theie Mist ahead ^f Iv.iu^and he was put out. retiring the shb^. Altai oii^la added one run in the third^Inning ua a hit to third by Mi Huh . his^steal of Second, a wild ihrow by Low -^his and a sacrifice by Ueiflith. Five^runs were added in the fourth mi Tuck^^ers muff of Moore's tlx . a two-bapc r^by Long, a smillbe by Andrews, two^successive fumbles of ground halls by^Caverly, a sacrifice by Mi Hale ami tills^by Uurton and ^:rirlilh, together with^Cleveland's fumble. Inthe fifth Inning Hum, was a \^ r\^peculiar thing happened, sonu itiltu;^that |H-rhn|is in \ ^ i ^vain^^ io 11 before in^a l^all game I ill In r i'. aihni seem-il^to lose all control of the hall gnu s. til^three successive men to haass on hit by^pitcher. Then he was pul oil! ol UM^box and Meredith put in. Meredith,^hswvver, had a haul uropnaiUon before^Mm. The three tutu kytrn ha I an^ s.^wlih none out. and he railed to pie-^venl thorn from scoring. H^ a as a lii-^th wild at the start, and the wild^pitches, with a lilt by Lloyd, let in the^three men. inthe sixth inning Aaaooavaa iM no) score,but ill the SSVentn four runs^vver. maib- on Meredith's fumble i I^Lloyd s grounder, u base on balls to^Hammotnl. followed by ^ terrlnr triple^by McHale. a corking doubt, by Ittir-^Jon and a w ild pitch. Wve more wen^Mitt^ in the eighth on two basis on^ball.- with hits by l.loyd. Mi Hale. Hut-^ton and HiiflltJi and u mufl by Cav^^erly Ituuscame hard for llutte entail in^one Inning. They start ad off telriy^well, gelling two runs In the lirst in^^ning on Doaoaae'a base on balls, a^passed ball, a grounder by Cavorlv.^which Hammond fumbled, and a two^bagger by Perham. Then Butte^^ ouldn't score again until the slxih.^when two more runs arses iniule on a^base on hulls In liadki. a m rut, h hit^by Meredith and a three-bagger by^Ik.nohoe. one was added in Un SSI^cntii when a wliiakerette by Flannery^punclied Imhs ihrougli thii-c Aim^conda fielders, and on the fumbles^Klanin ry made the circuit without^taking a breath Five runs were to^Hutte s credit when llonohoe Went In^Ihe bal at the o|^enlng of the seventh^Inning. There wan lots of fun tor a^little lime, hut the Utile was i,h. so^^^art! he got his base on balls. Cav^^erly followed with a hit an dtben a^hit for three bases by 1 Villain s'llt^lwnh homo. This seemed to demnr-lluMt^Andrews and he broke liadly. Plan^nery got his base on lialls. but wi s^foned out at second by Jones' hit to^Hammond. A wild pitch followed,^Wbirh I '. Perham home. Thi n the^Anaconda wain seemed In get lln-^snakes in sheets. l.loyd fumbled Cleveland's(rounder ami Humnd fellover one from Bill J ones OadK^^hit sal'. M ^ i - -: 11 h followed with a hit andit cut a hch through Lone In^i canter Held ^^^^^ n men bad ^ ros. 'theplat, tit the inning and only rue^was out Hut thru Andrews and hht iiackersnverad from their tstnpo- Irary abeiration Honohoe struck out^, and Csverly reiirnl on a ny to Ut^] 1^j renting the side. Hutte tried to make^I a rally in II I nth but railed Co^show he was a* good a man In He^last Inning as he had Istsxt In the ilrst,^Aadrews pitched like A house a fire^an.I ismii'I to stitke (Tut throe men^as he did in tho hist. He didn't qulle^accomplish thai, but he strtu k out^two and the third was rt ilnd on a foul^fly Muchinieresi centered in ihe plai^ing of Do no his ami Ca Tarty, mw n n^on the Kutle team. Both show.,I^themaelvefl to h. ball players. They are^mortal and iheli iilaylng Is not per^^fect Inn ihey will strengthen the^team, espei tally alter they K, i sjann^u.^e^l to He toughness of the Butt,^grounds and more familiar with Ihe^pluying of other men on the laajl^What Hun. .-n ins to need most of all^i^ ,i si i onger man in the pilch i - ox^The score. ANAiMlA AB It IH. 811 I'll. A. Lloyd ssK I 1 3 1 1 | li..no .lb .. 4 :t ^ I i 3 Mllisle. If.. .. i t 3 i II ii ii Burtaa,lb... t i t i i ^^tirintih. ^I i n ii m i i Kmtrsou. 111 .. ^^13uIau Moore,rfI:tan3uv l/inr.i fiituIa^ Andrews,30oa30 Total .. .. '.I 33 17 I^ 37 7 7 Brvnc. AH.It.IH. Hit. I'llA.t. Hnnshae.3b .. ^II I 3I1 .'avarba 2U.. .. *3t I t43 ivrhm. ih.. .. al3 I 'iun Klinnery, i f 4II I ^n0 Jones,ss41I 2 13n ilev. Is ml If ... II^ I II1 Tucker,rf .. .. 2^ I1 II.Jones, rf.. .. |1ii iiI1 llMllke. c42I 1 4Iii Riallin. pilia ii ^ M,filth, p .... I12^l THOUGHTTHEY HAD HIM AMan and a Girl ArrtMted by^Officers in Browns Gulch. SUPPOSEDTO BE KELLY Shertfl'si,Kvi- Have a Long Chase After^People Who Easily Prove Their Inno^^cence The Description Tallied, but^the Informant Waa Mistaken. a* Tolil41 12 m ^ 21 ^ K H\innings Butte2 10 2 170-12 Anaconda5 ^ I S 3 III S ^- Two-U:s^ hits Isuig 2. Hurton, l*^rhsin. Thinami hits McHale, Daaabaa Per- ham Hserlii.hits Mi ll^li 2. tiiinith. An-^iliews It. Joins. Hoiibhalaya Caeertg hi Nraaat,^i i. v^ land la Caverly. liases^^ balls off Sea lion. 1: :^1t Mi r-^eilllh. 4: off Audiews. lo. III!b) pitcher H^ Hcallsn. ^.. by Mm-^^III h. I Humk out By Si ..II. ii. 1. h^ Ml ii,hih,^2: by Andrews. t.V I'.ss.,1 I 'll- lirlmth. ^i alke 2. W11,1 i^;i^ lies MeiMliih Andrews 2. I.,fi SS has s Anscoiiili .',. Butte, 12. Timeof gsnw Two hours sail Mi min^^ute UMailt I'uwi rs. Sun,hi)BaageahHM l^ ^.rrg^on. The|l^ A n- I', will make a rate of^tl.tsi for round trip, from Hutte lo^liregsnn and return, every Saturday^ami Sunday until further notice. Tlck-^etc giiod going on any passenger Ualn^leaving Hutte between r,:U0 p. m. Sal-^mility and .'c'Hl p. m. Sunday, lb turn^^ing leave llregson between H 4.'i p. 111.^Saturday and IVM o'clock Suiuluy^night. Ihe ii |, l ures.^Hjers Is your chance Via Until^Northern railway, rimimenclng July^121 h to August yi li. $31.(^I first class In^rhlcago, St. Louis. Milwaukee. I'oorhi,^Hhinmlngton. Sioux City, Council^Hluffs. Omaha. Kansas City. Atchison,^Leavenworth and nil Intermediate^points. City ticket nlllce. 41 N. Main. tI li In ae nil the III! Acyclone on the flat was watch' I^by many inlereetfcd people yesterdax Hwaa a ^art 6^ dust spout, a great^^ 1.ml of dusl rising In it coiumR from^ihe givilti'i to the sky Pieces cl paper^and small articles thai were !^^^.^ wire^iliaw n ii|i in the isilunin of dust and re^^leased hundreds ^f feci up In the air.^The s|siui traveled slowly, li started^west of the race track and moved over^to the hall grounds, w her, u put a lopto the giitne for live mlautaa Then IIgot x.n the innln n inl over i he lint^and showed Ho Mcycllatl they Wl n t I^in II when It conn s b sliced. The Inst^seen at It. II was getting .lose t , I ha^Nine Mile canyon, going under high^gear. I'rcMliieii**I no.ic TheUntie Pliiim n's union a-ai or^gunlxed in Huiti yesterday under the^Intel niitionul union, ami atari- otll^with a foad membership and blight^promises. The cithers il i i*al are.^PrajMrnt, Krenk Walker: vice presi-^ihnt. li. C. Bcott; secretary. Allien^i 'ini b. rkerutlve cummlttee, w. P,^Clague. Allien Clark ami T C. Mi- Caab. VanCamp's Macaroni and cheese. i.otiiglo Mbaaala. JohnMugiure will take Ins \ riscop'^exhibition of Ute Corbet! and Kltzsin,^mons tight lo MIssoiiIh and Hainlllon^this week mid in xt Monday will bring^it hack to Hutte lie says he is well^sstistied with the business done in Alt^^ai 'Hilda last xvivk ami the picture! ar^now given in ss goon shape us li is^possible io preseat ih.m. 1 [tonsBat High-ClassProgramme *^^Has Hccn Arranged /or the^Coming Meek. ForTo-Day OueTrot and Five Hunuing Races. LADIESFRE.E1 ED.A. TIPTON MANAGER DepuVShi riffs Avare and Salh y^a. m cut to Krow n's gulch yest-rday^with the expectation of cuptttilng^Charles A Kelly, alias Zoom, ihe fel^^low who la want,,I In bcmhl coun y,^Idaho, fur commuting a criminal as^^sault on an 11 year-old girl and tun^^ning away with another several vmrs^older, but Ihe ofllcers were put m a^false scent and cume bai k srithasjl^Kelly. DavidMitchell, an ' mploy, OSJ II,,^i: n 111 ii. i lanch, a mil. ami ^ io-halt^alaive Silver How. read an account of^the descrlplii n of Kelly and the girl^In ihe Standard yesterday morning,^ami while he wus reading It a man and^girl rode up on horns bock It uis'a il^^ly Hash si ihrougli his mind thai Ihey^answered Ihe description of Ihe lai^^ties wanted in Idaho Tic- horses watt^BO Verad With mini ami foam ami the^girl, he said, was also all spattered with^niuil. The parlies wanl i to buy an^^other hois, from Mr. Gardner, bill the^Miter had none lo sell and Ihe partial^then I in i vi l nil i hi Ir ^ ay to Pioneer,^and when given the dirviion they^look the old Crown's guhh mud 'or^I thai place. Milehell al one. laddted^a horse, ami with nil speed came to Hutteand Informed 11m sheriff! aMcs thathe had sun the Idaho outlaw and^the kidnapped girl. The description^he gave so closely tilled the parti s^i wanted ihat the sheriff's ntBcen^I bought I bey might really be on lb,^right track. Deputy Sheriff Avare,^w ith MIL lu ll as a guide, took a buggy^mid stun.il for the lower end of Brown'igulch, while Mr. MUay Leak saihlhIn,rse ami rode many nob a^arouml and came in at the head of the^gulch. Rata .it Ihe two ,,i:r.ies the^siipposed Kelly was sure lo h. ina^hl Hll, ^ r Avail and Mitchell came noon^the man and girl hi fore lh ^y ha,I pro^,^ ihil far up the gulch and stopped^Hum. They were i|iiestloned and i^played genuine surprise w hen Informed^of what they were suspected of. Tiny^told the utile .i that they lived not fin-^from v\ here they xxere stopped uml Ioffered io go in any old pmM kstd MOV*it by the people w ho knew lh III.^I The man on horse back, who appeiired^to he an Italian, said he was u wood^abapper and had lived lii the ,'llh h^for several years, while Ihe girl waa^Itht daughter of one of bis neighbors^j He said Ihe girl wanted to buy a sad^^dle hmsc for herself ami lie hail ^^' oomaaniedhei bo Oardaer*! ranch for thatpurpose. The deputy sheriff saw^that a ntatalp had been miule. but 111^order to have no room for doubt, he^accompanied Ihe man an I g i l to a raackhaaat mar silver Bow, rhero linywere known ami all QOUUt as to^their kleattty and Innoccni e limoVid.^T'hey were then permitted to pr ^mI^mi their wax liome and the oflmuri n -^t hi ii.il to Butte, Deputy Sheriff Slil-^i.y in iin maanUme also having Iniuil that the parties In the |Ulcf^Wen not the ones w anted. IIIs the opinion of the oMic is of Buttathat the right Kelly ami ihe ab^^ducted giil are somewhere In Montana amiHun ihair capture xuii aai) be ^^queatlon of time, They wart iraaed as^far us the Dig Hole river, where ihclr^pin k horse was tamed loos ^ as lie xvus crippledA fan days later a couple^answering thcii d asrlbtmn were Been in, tni.p nsar thi* old Zell smelter south^of Batte, but sime then no trace af^them could be round. When tin y left^Idaho cm h tode a roan horse The girl^is about IH yiars of age ami Kelly is a^man DVef six feel tall. Sundayt'.tciumIimih. I'ntllfurther notice, the Montana^I'nlon will sell excursion minis U3^Qref;eon Springs ami relurit, good go^^ing on I rains h aving Bvttt hetWeefl Ip in. laturday ami I p, nv Btmday,^ami returning on last train leaving ilrcgsonSunday night, at $1.00. First-classoffices to rent In Oxvslcy^Mat k. inqllllc al iiftlce of bullillng. tlr*on Park street. Kirebroke- out ai 7.:;ii o'caack last^evanlng in an aM carpenter shop which^stands va th, n rtk ^-hie ^ i Pnrii etraat, alittle east of Artaona. The lire was^extinguished with trilling damage The^shack b. l. itgs to the Haxis estate and^Is is cupieil by Ale Nix -li as a shop. UniteHue.-. Spicialrace train on II A ^ P, rail^^way win leave Anaconda for Batte t.uN avi i x da) . except Sunday, at 1 :*NI^p. in., making the run In M minutes. 1 Returninghave Baits, at l:M a. m. I^Ttcketi rood an hkavi trains, $1.00 f,,r^th* round mil. ToKansas City, $-'S .^,0, via HurlinKlon : route. SMUGGLERS' POOR SHOW. tiuleminentlltlo.i . I.end 1 1,, 10 11 ^ lia-e^011 t'alisdiaii Bnanavi^IV trait, Mich.. July 17. I'h. days Of^the pigtail whiskey smuggling league arcat an ^ tut. at hast so uu as the^present is , uncerncxl. Twomonths ago an extra force of^border spotters was placed mi duty by j^the t'nlted states government, with^itrk t orders t,, leave m, stone untamed^toward wtptag nut tins aangeroaa^smuggling ring, which has thiivcit fi t^a gi notation m deliuti.. of tin oille. is^I of the Imposts. As an evidence of the ,^rant that thi smuggling no lib' ha- haM^suppressed, only thm of Un thirty oud members af the famous ^pigtail whlskey league are nan to be found^around theti old haunts The reman ^^ing members of the smuggling traternl- I^I ty now secant prison c, lis in 0,0,1,01^parts of thi country a sa result of their^VMturea 111 other lines af croaked work,^m which they embarked xxheti tin eg*^I tra force of government spies became^, vigilant The most of these ISxjaroST^I ateil ^haguers.^ however, have minor^charges booked against them, ami long^before c,,|,| weather sets In again it is i^^ expicied Hay will plan sum. iie ihod^i af reaumini sniuggling o|^ rations on! thelV-troit rixer. XI. hiiw hll, there Is^I wailing and gnashing of teeth am, ng^: the merchants and sabs n keep, rs xtho^dealt with the leaguers and ragged] aj^Brest harxest while smuggling ihtn^i bshed. Th.- Chinese part of the Detratl^riverg trarric Is gam conduct- j edIn the vicinity of Niagara Kali*. !^I The Celestials are rowed across the Nl-^agara river In small boats from a 1^suburb of Niagara 1 ailed Chippewa to^the American side Hut the traffic is oirtnaratixely small. The would-be^j Chines. Immgiraiits prefer P^ remain atVancouver, It. C. whin they sail^t for, America, rathet than run the risk j^I of TTfrr^rffifW'ahtT'a. \TiTolv*cil N- | turnto China minus th li iueue,^a w nture ruggesteu l \ a ^ iguer involve. TALKOF A I I tBT,^A Michigan sheriff is In pissessaon^of a diary which was taken from a^memlsT of the league w ho 1- now Incar^^cerated. Borne nueer notations are^made In this beak, Whli h sr. . nigniat-^h al to niiait people, but , a^: * ^ I .cipher-^able to the police. Hen an a few es-^trarta: 'AfttlCopped half a dosen yel^^low boys out of a liaru. giving the sly^water dog th. double cross.'' Accordingto the sheriff s interpreta^^tion this notation means thut the orig^^inal smuggler xxlshei; ... tesp ihe ex^^clusive profit of transporting 'bis crowd^ol Celestial*, thereby breaking faith^with the league, which calls fur a di^^vision of the earnings. It also means^that this leaguer, who -bued these^Chinaman In his barn f^t the purpose^of cheating his con fed 1 '^ was de^^li 1 led hy one of Ihe members, who stole^and spirited them across the border. 1by cheating the cln .iter. Another notationunder date of April 27 reads:^instructions Is yellow hammer lan- l*uag*i^ 00 tarned ovei bj ins main^laat .light to be planti.' In the music^room of my sky-piece. No sort of a^spiel ran Sgn ihe cinnamon guya when^1 flash the shirt ticket. This,translated, no n - tbut the^mom 5 id Chinaman cbl f, who |*^'S^the smuggling tolls, is to hand a mem^^ber of the league a letbr. of interest^only to the Chinamen consigned to the slatesunder the guldanf the league. Thelet 1ST will Is- write n in Chinesi.^The sleerer who recelx. - the letter is^to place il In the swiat band of his^hat. This la a procautiunary Otsasurs^11-. .1 in , use ol ,, 11 .st. vx b. ii I he st^ ' i el' wouldos m-siched, latter ssnnaaatsd.^Iransmtsd kg an IMorpreter and cause^detention In custody, which this plun^Is cah ulab d to avoid. The letter mcih-^. il also prevent! rival smugglers from enticingthe Chinamen i their eggep TheCelestials follow th.iter of .such adocument like they An snot other on^a Chinese Christmas In 0 large city.^They are deaf to the printings of any^^one save ihe stecrer. Another entry^dated ^Decoration day teuds: ^The^boss cracks to put the mIIohs wise to^sling the long gun and BnUt'l into it^shut much and to shnul up the dope 111^th. wool in tuse uf an information pinth. That'sa hot one,^ si id the sheriff,^and II kepi me guessing t^f a few min^^utes before I untangled it. It means^that the sti.rer was advised to tell it^group of Chinamen he ^as to handle^that those among them carrying an^opium outfit should Mil the pip.- and^other paraphernalia Insiih of a closed^umbrella, and to hide the opium In^their hair. This warnin^ was given be^^cause of the recent capture of some^smuggled Chinamen who carried opium^oiitlHs in packages. Tins led in their^i!i-^ ovary, because Chinamen cany^opium on their person only In the event^Of s long Journey, such as a trip be^^tween China and the l ulled States. '^NOW HAVK AN AIRIHIP.^Hut ihe very latest thing In the^smuggling business Is til* airship mode^.a , .uixeyance. It Is rumored that a^syndicate of Canadian gamblers are^having a modern llyiiig machine built^in he used by the plgtall-whlskey^league for general smuggling purposes^on a peicntage basis. They calculate tofool the custom humftleers. it Is said,by loading the airship at an un^^inhabited part of the country a few^miles east of Windsor, keening well out^of sight of 1 Itten and nglootl at u land^^ing place near Chicago, w inch will also^he uninhabited or nearly so. It looks^Incredible Ihat such a s. licmi could be^^come practicable, but there are plenty^of the wise ones who have spotless rep^^utations for veracity, claiming that tbO^leaguers will accomplish the task If^the machine can be made i^ tly. and^provided, too. that lier cai lying ca^^pacity Is large enough to answer their^purpose. Aman who had listened to a conver^^sation concerning the airship mathod^of smuggling, made the remark lliat it^would be a blessing to America If the^leaguers unloaded an occasional con^^signment of Celestials ut some point a^few degrees above the clouds. This Jest^reminded another of the party of an m- rtdaUlwhich occurred recenily xxhlle^lour Chinamen were being transported^ill small boats from the Canadian bor^^der In the shores of I'licle Sum. ' The^day after the extra force of govern-^mcnt spoilers was put on.^ said the^Barrator, ^the leaguers piled four pig^^tails nun u boat at inhlijuy to lest the^metal of the new officers. These four^Chinamen had been pestering the^leaguers for a week or two to lie trans^^ported on a basis far below the regular^tariff rates of the association, and their^p( iniriousm ss raai'il harshly on ihe^business principles of the water^knights. DUMMDTHK CIllXAMLN.^^When the smuggling craft rem bed^the middle of the river a small boat^containing three men was seen to leave^lb, Detroit shore With the aid Of a^telescope one of tin b uguers recognised^the party as spoilers. They all wore^stars of authority on their coat lapels.^This wa senoiigh. Never had a member^of the league Men anrsted while ply^^ing his trade, and they didn't Intend^to allow this new set of spies to make^a reputation on Ibofg crowd. It was^useless to try to beat the ofllcers In a^lac back to the Canadian shot' as^they had far more sis'cd then ihe Iiaguers. Ma lime xvas lo kg lost, and tberowas but OM thing to do to avoid^air. si and disgta. e. They did It. They cootishoved the Chlnaatec, In the rivat and'h Isurely paddle Ogatranlg, Five^minutes later thcx ran close to the boat OfI he otllcers. Whatkind of truck was Ihat you^1,11,ox- damped into the river^' de-^manned the spotti rs.^^ 'Oh.' said one of the gang Bneon- 1ernedly, just ^ few snapping turtles thattried to bite us.' Theofficers doubted Ihe story, but^low , r drsasil il that four Celestials w ent theranis on ihat .lump which aalural-^barn murders to and probably those haguersWill not be given the privilege^of traversing. Whethertho station above the^clouds or Ihe on, belOW the wapr is a^good place 111 w hich to unload a China^^man Is a subject for discussion. There^are. however. lot of peons! this^x ^, Inlty of ihe opinion that if th^- Henry^law had been enfi reed H years ago and^either ol these methomt used In con^^junction with it we would BOW be en^^joying a fair share of the presp mix-^which Mark llanna has promised us. Hennessy's Hennessy's .A. SilkSale AtHennessy's OURThos. Redmond, tho nianaijer and buym- for our Dress Goods Depart^^ment, is in New York. Last week ho sent us a little lot of about 730 yards^of Fine Fancy Silks which lie bought at a bargain for one-third of their value.^There is a big variety of styles, all new; plain stripes, fancy brocaded stripes,^polka dots, figured b-ffetas, brocaded taffetas, etc., in cveuing shades and street^colors. FancySilks Worth From $1.50 to $2.50 a Yard UTOnly 79c Yard ~mt Thesehandsome Silks are in short lengths of [^from 6 to 15 yards and will make up well for swell^Shirt Waists, dainty Petticoats or Separate Skirts. SilkSale Monday DoYour Shopping Early. MailOrders to HENNESSY'S FirstAnnual MIDSUMMER CLEARANCE SALE -OFTHtV LanderFurniture ^ Carpet Co. :, k' YT.V Upholstered InC orduroy ami Vclour. PRICE $15.00 SolidOak Cane Seat^Dining Chair, very^(lu ruble, Price$1.25 BRAGRARM CloseWoven Diner 0lWL0Ti Carpets PRICE 75cents Ingrain Ilk: Inttrsiniic. Ingrain.ill WOOl 40i; InRfHlnall wool Tapisliy HrusKrls 50c TapestryBmnostiHo I^^i i .ii'ls limb Hi-usscls 75c 19E. Quartz St., Tuttle Bldg., Butte, Hont. \IIH|iful vHii'llwiirl. Fromth* Ctsvtiand' I'HIn U^al^r.^Th* youTh niKh, il.^^ Wlih 11 ^~u.il fun ^ .(..tins ii^ In 1 h*-^far* *ml ih^- prk-,. ^f Clff i.rt'hn to rli-i,^I'm nfrsid ^ur l uunlus outlook for next^wlnt. r W i v^ry .lulilou. an*,'^ hr MM. Katr.rniiml. ch^rll^.^ ^h^ ansa.nil.^,!'.inill^. ^^^ tan so without tl*' IS.^i^it 1 lo... PIPESTONEHOT SPRINGS THELAKGKST AXU 1 1NEST Healthand Pleasure Resort HTHE NOKTHWEST LargePlunge Baths, Small Plungo Baths, Private Baths^and Natural Vapor Baths can he had at all hours. ROUNDTRIP TICKETS$1.00 Goodfrom SiturtUv. reluraing Monday. PIPESTONEHOT SPRINGS. MONTANA, C.R- BURKET, Proprietor CASTORIA ForInfant* and Children. T. fv- A MONTANAINVESTORS Thrsold and repprr Ut.^trlitj of HstM^illvlflon ami the rli h ntlver diKtrtrt* of the^Mocsn nr. now bring rerognlicil by tht^mining world j. tho rVhr.t dlsirji is yet ^lt. i-overril on the 1 ivllli. ,1 glotx1. Among^^OnaorHOO It^t^l Willi m^. urr immik- th.it ran Ktlll b^ had at very low figures. I'rop-^rrtlm that Kpeak for thrmxlves. ^^o'n'.rond'hi'v noil' Itvd Infoimntlon che.rfiill) gto^ANDREW J-NSEN, Nolson. a C. ^U^w^gTaThe standard's Want Advs. Pay. STATESAVINGS BANK Cor.Main and Park. Butte. OFFICERS. P.A. larger President T.M. Hodcena Cshlel PaidIn rapltal. SHM.OM.^Hurplus and undivided prodlx. tf 000. I'nderntate supervision and iurisdtctton.^Intereat paid on deposit.. Sells exrh.ng.^available In nil the principal cities of th.^I'nited States and Europe. Collections al^^ien.I. ,J 10 promptly. Transact a general^banking hunlness. Directors:P. A. Largey; John A Crelgh.^ton. Om.iha: (}. W. St.pleton, A. II. Bar.^ret. R. O. Le.vltt. S. V. Keiaper, 1. VL^liodgcns. \TmUop, M. B. BrtiwnlM, R. C. Ch^mlwni,^Marcus Dal;. K. K. Sargeaut. HOGE.BROWHLEE S CO. ...BANKERS... BUTTECITV. - - nONTANA Tranoeua Uenersl Kaakiag Hasiaess. ^ rfaaaseilrsw# on th* lewliog eiUss of Kur*^^lolleetinns twomptly.ttea.eJ to. lorrr-p,,nJenti tTell^. fargo * C. X.w^V Well.. Fargo * ('^ . Kail Lake. Wells.^Fare*' a O . Hsa Praaeisew; Omasa NetliaaJ^Baa'. QBjnkai H^g^ D.ly g Co.. Aaaen.a