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F CARPENTER'S DEATH es Heide is Found Dying d Succumbs En Route to Hospital. Its Holde. 62. an old-time car who lived In Hutte for more quarter of a century, was found v ing condition on a vacant lot piivry and Hopkins streets at 11 last night and succumbed being taken to the city emer hn.spital in an automobile. Heart from which Heide had long offerer, was the cause of Coroner Aeneas Lane Investi the death and decided that an t i- unnecessary. was found lying on the ,1 by Charles Vaughn of 405 street. He immediately conveyance to take him to Spital, stopping Roy C. Burke of juP , ial hotel as he was en route lVI Heide was loaded into the I and apparently was alive hut when the hospital was an examination showed that is oxtenct. le was a native of Germany, coming to Butte he lived with if« ,t 240 Hast Porphyry street, fi home Sunday evening with the lien of going uptown. Mrs. was expectantly awaiting his when news of his death war n 1e r. She said that he had complained of heart pains, at • ! dizziness and the like, body Is at Richards' establish Ï CITY AUDITOR JAM H. HENRY DEAD ely-Known Accountant of tte— Identified With the Clark Interests. ! II Henry, aged 60 years, the to hold the office of city au I.utte. died yesterday at his ' South Idaho street. For • it- he was a bookkeeper and «mutant for the W. A. ('lark a Hutte, where he has made \\ appointed city auditor to ï "sitlon created during the s administration and later mayor of Hutte hut was dc i lie is survived by his wife. nl will proceed from the *• 1 r, o'clock tomorrow morn St. 1 *atrick's church, where a ill be celebrated. fu m SlOt NOTE! -— and fancy groceries; prompt Taylor Grocery, 1639 Harri - Phone 1031.—Adv. 1 mie Reif of 705 South Col i was hostess during the at a skating party given tuber of her friends. After 'he evening in the outdoor tin guests returned to the Miss Reif, where refresh re served. Those present Mr and Mrs. Trenerv, Miss M ms. William Irish, Mr. anil I I:. Haems, Airs. Reif and the • Hundred club was ent<^ F ' irday night at the home of d Mrs. George ('oulsey, 10 South n street. After spending the m cards, refreshments were '■ the hostess. Those present -Mr. id Mrs. H. R. Hirsch, Mr. ! Louie Pubic, Mr. and Mrs. H kins, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Mr. and Mrs. A. Pierce. Mrs. Mrs. A. Hillings, Arthur « Thurston and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Hirsch will be the at the next meeting in two The Whist club will meet T: lay night at the home of Mr. Mrs. Louie Duble of Whitman ue. : 1 Mrs. George Xenl have *d it.to their new bungalow at decs street. The home of Mr. M Neal was burned late in the Ptto Hinder of 1227 Farrell t entertained the Golden Rod ' her home Saturday afternoon. ' -rhter was born yesterday to ami Mrs. E. J. Wortman, 1001 eh avenue. ■ Palmer Matthews of 1M 1 A recovering from an operation t Tames' hospital after an illr.ess I days. H<- will be able to to his home within a week, ac ' to his physician. 1 ties A. Russell of 2216 Prince 'i'Ct left this morning for Seat tho Milwaukee to attend the fu ' ,f ids father. Joseph Russell, •lied .Tan. 13. daughter was born Sunday to Mr. Lawrence Dawson, 1024 i Wyoming street, f' visiting several days with Mr. v 'i>\ P. J. Charles, Mr.-and Mrs. ni Luxton Idaho Falls, Ida., i L of South' Butte, left last right • 11 tlo and Portland. They intend California in an automobile in the spring. °rs for the year will be elected nesday afternoon at the meeting 1" Ladies' Aid of the Central Pres se church to be entertained by Spangenberger, 2029 South Ari streot. The residence is one ^ west of Majors street. s moker was given by tlio members • r ' Silver How Athletic club at hall, Harvard and Walnut, l«#t rs K- Christy of 1027 East Sec stre.*t recently returned from Mis J* "here she installed the officers ho ladies auxiliary of the O. R. C. ERIITTË DAILY POST °0STS YOU ON THE NEWS ennessy 51 yt®NTANA'S greatest STORE V 'WHEN YOU NEED DRAPERIES^ V COME TO HENNESSY'S Victrolas * And all Victor Records. In Our Victrola Room, 3rd Floor V. Vidrolas sold oil I lu* easiest terms A Lifetime of SERVICE in the Famous The one range that does give perfect satisfaction every day in the year and for unnumbered years. The Majestic range received the only gold medal around at the Panama-Pacific Ex position. We sell majestic ranges on the 1 easiest of terms. MAM* il '3" \ Hennessy s Î NTANA'8 ÜUKA1E8T STORE J All Lufe&a&e Reduced 20 % r Trunks , Bafts and Suitcases lu l lu* Luggage Section, Heiinessy's second floor. i T Including the famous if "Never Break" 100 w Wardrobe trunks. That ure stumtiird «I .- 2 : 1 ..-,o. now ni >■ 18 . 80 . Delineator for February ï nd all Huttcrick patterns V. r I y HESE are the days for choosing of women's and misses' apparel—now while prices are down to half and less than half, and the assortments are complete-Hennessy s Fashion Salon Women's Suits at Half Price wmmÊmmmÊmmimÊmm All Furs Reduced One-1 Kird and Many Fine Coats and Dresses at LESS THAN HALF PRICE $25.00 suits now for only $12.50 $80.00 suits now for only $15.00 $85.00 suits now for only $17.50 $40.00 suits now for only $20.00 $50.00 suits now for only $25.00 $65.00 suits now for only $82.50 V. $ 8.75 And One Special Lot of Women's Suits Formerly Priced to $30.00, Choice at $ 8.75 - 1 - : --— a Many Single Pairs of Fine Lace Curtains On sale Tuesday in the drapery section, 3d floor. At Half Price Curtains that were $1 to $18 a pair, _ Drapery s „.,i„ n while they last 50 cents to $9 pair. rhi " 1 Flour - Women's and Misses' Good Serviceable New Clearing Out Many Lines of Women's Separate Women's and Misses' Smart New Winter Coats $8.75 Skirts $ 3.95 Coats$14.95 Formerly priced to $20. In the Fashion Salon, Hennessy'* Second Flo Regular prices were to $7.50. Priced earlier to $89.75. In the Fu hi* ■ Y_ J Afternoon and evening dresses in many charming styles and beautiful quality materials, formerly priced at $25.00 to $-50.00. Your unrestricted choice in this sale, while they last $15.00 to $25.00. J On every purchase a saving for you. "N f A&a in Tomorrow In Down Stairs Store We Offer j „ * O *4.- This Season's Models, Made to Sell in the W O±ll0ll S O 111 LS Regular Way at $17.50 to $20.00 forOnly L Tailored and novelty models of fine storm serge, diagonal weaves, whipcords and worsteds in the J plain colors and handsome novelty mixtures. The assortment is complete as to styles and sizes. I On every table rare bargains. \ In the down stairs store. $ 9.75 In the down stairs store. V.. J motto EIKLETTEIS Joseph Hawkins Alleges Fraud in the Administration of Son's Estate. A petition has been presented to the district court asking for the revoca tion of the letters of administration Issued to K. W. Soar in the matter of the estate of Ray Hawkins, who died in this city Oct. 17. 1916. The Peti tioner is Joseph Hawkins, father of the deceased, and he is represented by Attorney T. J. Harrington. In the pe tttlon it is alleged that the adminis trator has been guilty of fraudulent acts in inducing petitioner to sign cer tain documents of which he sa>s 1 ' had no knowledge. The time for hear ing the petition has been fixed before Judge John V. Dwyer for Jan. 26. In the petition Joseph Hawkins says that on Oct. 23 last the administrator induced him to sign a document designated as a power of attorney and which the petitioner says he did not know what he was signing. On Dec. ■>2 the petitioner says that he was in duced by the administrator to tranafer to John Vundel 50 shares of Rail-Chair company Stock and that he d.d not un derstand what he was doing at the time Nov. 25 the petitioner says that he was induced to sign another docu ment No order of court was made In the matter, the petitioner says, and he also alleges that the funeral expenses have not yet been paid out of any funds received by the administrator. There Is also the allegation In the petition that John Vundel, the man to ; whom the 50 «hares of Rail-Chair stock was transferred, was appointed an appraiser of the estate, and it is therefore claimed that he is a party I to the alleged fraud perpetrated. STREET CLOSED FOR (Continued from Page One.) ternity hospital and a children's hos pital, as well as a power plant to fur nish all the building, will be erected. The grounds will be beautified. The board of trustees will meet in a few days at the Thornton hotel to consid er further plans. Rev. J. H. Mitchell, the secretary of the board, had the following state ment to make today in regard to the selection of the site and the inten tions of the trustees: "The selection of a site In the Wil son Park addition will not please everybody. tn fact there is no loca tion in Butte against which there could not be bffered some objection. The committee had under considera tion no less than 25 different locations in all parts of the city, but most of these were either too small or the price was unsatisfactory. It was the opinion of the entire board that the Deaconess hospital ought to be lo cated where there would be plenty of room for -expansion, and where there would be the maximum of fresh air, sunshine and absolute quiet *'I think the Wilson Park location meets all of these requirements. Then too. it is convenient. It can be peached by trolley and is only an eight-minute run by auto from Park and Main streets. It is nearer the railroad sta tions and the Meaderville mining dis trict than any other hospital in the city. When the grounds are beautified with plenty of grass and shade Butte will have a public hospital which will, I think. Justify the w isdom the com mittee's selection. "The general interest shown by the public in the Deaconess hospital was never greater than at the present time, and with the site purchased and every assurance that actual building will be begun in the spring the balance of the necessary funds will be forth coming. Already there are 900 sub scribers on our books. Among t' ese are 24 lodges and 12 labor unions With this financial and moral support behind the institution, together with the economy of IX*aconess manage ment, the upkeep ought to be certain. "Within the past few days subscrip tions amounting to $4.000 have been secured. We ought to have no less than $100.000 more If we are to erect a building large enough to meet the needs o^Butte. 1 believe we shall get it, and once the hospital is oj>ened it will more than meet its expenses, be sides doing a large i*»r cent of actual charitable work." BILLBOARD ORDINANCE UPHELD IN THE COURTS Washington. Jan. 15. — Chicago's billboard regulation of 1911, prohibit ing billboards on residence streets without consent of more than half of the property owners, was upheld as constitutional today by the supreme court in the Thomas Cusack com pany's suits against the city. The or dinance was the first of its kind to be passed upon by the court. Subscribe for the Butts Daily Post • j j : | ! : t j I DISTRICT CLOSED TO HELP VICTIMS Mantle of Charity and Kindly Care Will Be Extended by Butte Ministers. With the restricted district closed and statements coming from all offi rials concerned that it will remain • rfosed for good, the Silver Bow Minis j terlal association, which has been j working toward that end for years. : will now turn its attention to the res | * ue of the unfortunate women. With ! that object in view, they decided this morning at th« ir régula.- weekly meet : ing to co-operate w ith all regularly or t ganized fortes and with such societies j as are organized and rartb ularly I suited for such work, lending them every possible aid. The committee on public morals was instructed to in vestigate the status and scope of the Florence Crittenton circle in Butte with a view of ascertaining if that or ganization is in a position to care for unfortunate women in this city as they are doing very successfully throughout the country. The ministers are aware that there is no home in Butte, the Crittenton state horn« beng located at Helena. This was the main business of the meeting this morning. It was an nounced that the majority of the min isters would attend the state meeting of the Federation of Churches in Hel ena Wednesday and Thursday, while ! several would remain over until Friday night to take part in the reception ten dered tu the members oj the Montana legislature by the Helena Ministerial association. It Is understood that Gov*. S. V. Stewart, Miss Jeannette Rankin, j S| taker ' •'Connor . : i other j r«-n. nt political figures would attend the min-| I ist« rial reception to the solons. j . « IfSDERVILLEIW The C,. B C. S vir.tr .b ente-* n«xl during the past week by Mr«. Charles Staples of 91« Faucett street. The aftern<»r>r. w as -erst in sewing, after which a delightful luncheon ' was served by the hosted. Those present wen Mrs. Harry I.indley. Mrs. James Cummin». Mis* Anns William«. Mr., Carl Christian. Mr* Walter North. ML-» Helen Sullivan, a guest of ho Mr L. R. Daems and the host**. The official b«>ax J j of the Unity Methodist church will meet Wednesday evening in the ( parlor» of the church. Erfcest Higman of M 4j<en addition, as sistant, fort-man in the Tramway min**, left [ day for Sutter Creek. Cal., to be gone on a | j visit of si* weeks. . Fifty-eight members of the Meaderville Gun j club were present yesterday afternoon at the annual election >*f officer« The following of ficers were re-elected E. J. Plumer, president : Harold Cariy-n. secretary« Martin Gibson, treasurer. No shoot wm held Sunday after 1 noon on account of the cold weather and scarcity of live pigeons. Mr«. Charles Bedell of lie Main street is ; confined to her home from an attack of the. j griP Benjamin Pearce, who has been in the em ploy of the Holman Grocery eon.;-any on North Main street, has resigned his position to begin work in the Elm Orlu mine. His successor has not b*en named. MLis Marjorie Bundle, daughter of Mr. Mn». William Bundle of IS- Wing areni reported to be ill. and ' b Um.u.t :, r., id ^ OWT br Fir. Chk-f Crilfin. The fire fighters have been organized mon .hhn five years with Chief Griffin in cor» tinuouacharve Th« other officers in>t*Iled «r. It. ornas Dunstan, captain; Jack Habe, reman F. «, Nankerv»». secretary ; Frei V ; '7' r >, t , "' u '' r A MertUk. John Gi hert U.u Clifton MiUh !. trustees. n i V George Morgan of Sheridan are ï?' >Lai . vil.e on their horn-, moon trip as the wu ' " *" : ' n< l Mr*. B. Johnson of S8 Lin coln avenue. J*hn CLulami of Mam street is ill at hia [ | PART PAYMENT FOR WHEAT IN AUSTRALIA Melbourne. Australia. Saturday. Jar. 13 »via London. Jan. 15).—Premier Hughes announced today that the government on Monday would advance to farmers 3o pence a bushel on ac count of amount due for Australian wheat rt emly purchased by the Brit ish government. This wil! involve payment of 15,(K)0.(k»0 pounds. CARD OF THANKS. We t.»ke this means to express out gratefulness to our many friends for their kindness in helping us during our sorrow, caused by the death of our daughter. Miss Pauline McKinnon. (Signed > Mr and Mrs DENNIS McKINXO*' THE WISE FOOL. "A man should begin at the begin ning." observed the Sage. "Unless you want to go up a river," added the FooL Diplomatic documents can seldom be taken precisely at face value, and the reply of the entente powers to the peace overtures of » 1er many and Its allies is probably not one of the ex ceptions.—Springfield Republican.