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BLACK SILK SALE
In Which Black Taffetas and Black Messa
lines Are Offered at Special Rates.
Black Chiffon Taffeta Silk .'6 inches wide,
medium weight for w gists and QKg»
skirts; $1.25 value at yard i/fcFV
Black Satin Messaline Silk 36 inches wide;
good weight and of highly lustrous OTp
finish; $1 35 value at. yard..........vlv
Black ('hilf on Taffeta Silk 36 inches wide;
good weight for waists and dress d* - ! OQ
skirts; $1.59 value at. \srd
Black Satin Messaline Silk 36 inches wide;
highly lustrous finish qualitv: a (PI OC
full $1.59 value at. yard tpLstJeJ
A BARGAIN STORE
EVERYDAY OF THE YEAR
Regardless of the season, regardless of conditions. bfrgafnstore^This is as it should be. Symons,
Every day of the week, every week of the > ear mons s • an dise for vou to choose from. and. secondly, Symons sells
first of all. supplies the only big and complete selections ot f n t rt „(her Hutte store. Again we s«y-and everybody says
vou the merchandise at prices that are lower ^BARGAIN STORE
SHOE ATTRAI
Women's and Children';
Priced Extremelv
Winter Ft,
heap H etf ,
Children's Shoes-Of calf leather;
style with good oak soles sizes ft*
81/2 to 11 ; special, pair >1
Little Gents' Shoes For school'wL
in Wucher style with cop, , , toes; ft<v
sizes 9 to l3J/ 2 ; special at, pair.'S/
Big Girls' Shoes-Made in hi g h-cut stvi
ton pattern; heavy oak soles; (
sizes 21/2 to 7; special at. pair ,
Women's Shoes- Of fine mo hid
tips; lace pattern; Louie Cuban ft*'
heels; special at, pair. Jkjjl
v.
with a
SPECIAL!
All-Silk Kikbon».
n;
No. 4« taffeta« a
>atms.
34 inches w.*U*
all want cd 'hadc>
i.onif in
12c
special .tt, >Ard.
SPECIAL?'
Women'** Cashmere Hose
black, ribbed top: nztur
p\v heel and t h : purv
Australian w
special at.
35c
SPECIAL!
Hind»' Hone*
Cream
and hand lot'.
SPECIAL!
50c
SPECIAL!
IJc
3-BIG COAT LINES OF BUTTE-3
EACH IS BIGGEST FROM A VARIETY AND QUANTITY ^INT OF VIEW MD
EACH IS BIGGEST FROM AVALUE-GIVING VIEW AT ITS RESPECTIVE PRICE
PLUSH COATS
CLOTH COATS
Including Garments of Novelty Mixtures.
Velour. Boucle. Cheviot, Etc. J*1 A AA
EXTRA Sl'El'IAI. \ \l I E tplU.UU
VS omen s and misses' Coats, including wool
mixtures, boucle, \elour. zibeline, cheviot,
meta'.amb mariasse etc Styles include loose
ripple back half and full belted affairs; large
storm convertible collar; taffeta, velvet, em
t»-o:dered arc silk trimmings 44-inch bust:
TEN DOLLARS EACH.
PLUSH COATS
Beautiful Ne« Full Ripple and Bolted
Models of Great Beauty. . (JOI CA
EXTRA SPECIAL VALUE.
The greatest value thus far offered in Butte
this season! Women's and Misses' New
Flush Coats fashioned with large cape storm
collar; made in full ripple and belted models
and thov are lined with "sol" satin; sizes
16 vears to 46-inch bust; on sale at only
TWENTV-FOl'R-FIFTY EACH.
And Coats of Assorted Cloths; Many Styles
From Which to Choose. (POQ FCA
EXTRA SPECIAL VALUE. tj)iiO#tlv
Coats of Bolivia Cloth, wool, velour find
plushes; seal, natural raccoon, skunk Snd
beaver plush trimmed; styles are belted and
full ripple effects; large convertible collar;
fancy pockets; black, navy, grey. tan. étc.
Every garment a high order; values to $65.00;
TWENTY-EIGHT-FIFTY EACH.
---V & - ------ <S
white waists A TEN DOLLAR DRESS SALE
/tfc <4 /\ Women'* and Mi**es' Winter /f> < /\
VL III frocks. Including Garments for III
I If Street, for Afternoon and for I If
A ^ party wear. Hurry!.*......'f
Of Marquisette of Organdy
and Other White Materials.
si. oo
NE DO l 1 ÂH k Vt H
« Itfld
vsi'v' now winter dresses, including garments for street, for after
vt.ir The dresses are made from wool serges, silk messal ne taf
idered with >ilk trimming* ! n anv different style* from which to
. vie I ght blue, pink, navy. Burgundy, green, black *ud white.
WHITE WAISTS
Of Marquisette of Organdy
and Other White Materials.
VALUES TO tf»-| rn
$2.95, FOR.....tPl.dJ
A big line. Waiat* of marquiftetfe*.
rice cloth, organdie, mull and lingerie ;
embroidery, lace, hematttrhlnv. lilt-k
in**. jabot* and fancy button* are the
trimming*: all of them are new and
very beautiful; ONE FIFTY-NINE.
$--&
H':
SPECIi
" **De l iber Silt i
wonu o black rlocS
circular narrow stria
feet : long lisle L
lur top; (*,h* value..
SPEl
Jewelry Novelti«, 1
ing b in MH'hes, roliir']
cutt links, Imrpins,ei
tide in velvet-lined (
lined box; each..
THESE SYMONS DRESS SKIRT LINES ARE WITHOUT A MATCH
WOMEN'S DRESS SKIRTS
—caed from * *hù «er***, whipcord»,
brx**f*cK»:S ar.d blzck-and-wr'ite check fab
ric* patch rocket*, button trmmed; black,
ri". c r eer* tan nr»', etc;
ne** and all »ery cheap at
82.85
WOMEN'S DRESS SKIRTS
—Fashioned from chudda doth serge*. pop
lin*. Bedford ford». ete.t fancy ripple and
plaited effects: button and strapped trimmed.
Extra special value OC
WOMEN'S DRESS SKIRTS
The famous "Korrect" make and are made
from wool serge, poplin. "Sol** satin, etc.;
smartest tailored effects; button trimmed;
in many styles; on sale
$5.00
WOMENS DRESS SKIRTS
—in nor.lt> effects.Fashioned from wool
retour, ilbellne, plsin snd fsnev series and
taffetas, in stripes, rheeks, plaids aad plain
colors ElUilT NIKETY* éOA Aft
colorau tu
TTYS "TO
SPECIE
Green Jade Toll« j
including mirror»,
sire picture frames;d
brushes; choice; I
values to 1*5; each |
SPEC1/
Natural Hair Switch«;|
quality full 28 Ins. !
three separate demi;J
natural shades;
|6 value;
SPECIi
Women's llandbip I
from ft tie Ruwiann
pin seal aud
leather; linpJi
fully fitted
HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES
Faacy Border ><r
very éee-raWe **-*0
feet* t* ehe ..••*< fr-, -
laches » de. yard
Scar'* Asd '*>.4Are*
are beaut.?u!y he
stitched and caraft
12k
20c
Joe
r
Bed Sheris
!rj heavy
ht and made in
V v>? :he> . \ alue
81.10
•i spreads that are nicely
and ready for use; as
* and hand
era**; f
81.50
Tablecloths n . de ir
a i displayed in 1
b*. : ' ul pattem*; ex
rochet Beaspreada of
ed or sea
81.50
ood heavy
oped sty
AA • A
9««3hI
A
reales, full 56
aide; fast col
figures; dots.
121c
V Kiddie Cloth *2 inches
wide; fast colors;.neat
stripes, checks d other
patterns; all color
effects ........
V_
19c
heavy
cotton fabric for mid
dies, etc., in blazer stripes,
pin stripes and
plain colors; price
17c
Gingham In
stripes, solid
X French
pluids,
colors, etc.; 3*2 inches wide
—fine and sheer; AA .
best value in Buite^cfC
r
WHITE SALE IS AGAIN PRESENTED
The Same Wonderful Bargains in White Are Again Offered for Your Con
sideration—Assortments Are Still Very Complete.
IJNDERMLSLINS—CORSETS—WAISTS-EMBROIDERIES
The woman who has not as yet attended the big white sale and supplied her every white need had better not
put the natter off any longer. Delay > dangerous. NOW, today, is the time for lier to come and choose her
eNtry requirement m white, in undermuM. ■>, in corsets, in waists, in white goods, in embroideries, in every
th ng that is white, for now the assortments are still complete and prices still reduced. Hurry! ,
J
as MEN'S SUIT SAI
Hundreds of Garments Are Concerned in the Selling.^
Every Suit is Desirable—The Values Are Great *
A sale of men's and young men's winter suits, and it .-.mcerns n»*|
the truly worthy and dependable sorts—besides, the pria'. .1.1.^.»*
lievably small, considering the quality of the suits '"img
three-button styles, new English models, etc. Fashioned "<>m P|*»L
fanev worsteds and bine serges; plain and patch pocket sty les , c 1
THIRTEEN SEVENTY-FIVE. ,
EXTRA SPECIAL!
MACKINAWS
—for men; three different styles
to choose from. AA
VALUES TO $10......tPlesfU
"Pinch Hacks,*' "Norfolks" and
"Belted Backs," assorted color
combinations; at $7.90 each.
»STS '°»W
SIDEBOTHAM GAVE BUTTE
• LAWYER BUNCH OF STOCK
L. H. Haven Tells Jur> in the
Northwestern Trustee Case
of Deal That Netted Him
$1.650 Without Investment.
Galen Fined for Contempt.
Bpecta.1 to the Poet
Belas*. Jan. It—Because A J Ga
len. of ooc-.sei for A. M Aid er son and
W C. Rae .a the - -called N rthweet
era Trustee company case, pars!-ted
In registering an objection the f*J
era! cc-jrt th^ morr.ir.g after Jud-4
Beurittic had ruled on the que*t;x-a.
he was f eed by the court, but just
btele re the n*^on rec- -s Judge Bov r
tllr i d th ? ; e sa> • g that
ro AtuM Mr Galen w is actuated b• a
de-ire to f . " > pr- te t the r gb's of
tits client.
Ï^'î t.me of the n ?e?- was
tmk- -p larg- > a .th r * -e th n n
utes of the varloos meeti;.«:* at whi h
the organiza*.ion of the cutnpar; vas
perfected aad whuh the pros* ut >n
•apeets to show —H * a I-art of the
conspiracy to
ulent purposes
the mails for fraud
Gave Him Stock and Option.
L. H Haven, a Butte attorney, wai
under cross-examination by Judge H
C- Smith later. The witness ««aid he
was a director of the company from
April to August. 1*13. He said that
when he got into the company he was
asaociated with J. H. Davies of Butte
In the law business and that one night
DaMea and Sidebotham had s discus
ah
ut tb
din
the
«j*he
. .
hj **•
a
\y ; rr
îreclor-
o busy to
ritness be
i recti - He «aid :r was agree,
i r.« was presented with 13
• '* •- Side; -r -m and
- *.-r and later secretary of
mi «an y He said later he was
an option on 1 ix-v share» of
'
*''*,• ,V ' ir - aI ' d h *
t - - f the Ptk- w . ^td by
^vd that
tr.c ... of the
I- ..re t.e advertised
or sale at I14.M a share in
Bidetoiham and
and after some
a Great Falls paper
Wîîmot •'ame to hit
negot ait ions bought
SI «50.
After Muection of the jury vaster
day afterno r District Attorney
Wheeler made the opening statement
for the government and called one wit
ne-«*s. Inouïs E Haven of Butte.
r:s optun for
But 11 Jurors Excused.
The Jury was selected after the de
fense had ei-r, sed but seven of its
J H k>r*!r«P
*"—■ - - ^
ten challenges and the government but
four It is made up of the following;
Toston.
Charles E. Brown,
fharles Miller, lielgrade; Claude Ash
croft. Manhattan, A R. Whitlock, Liv
ingston.
In hi* statement to the Jury the dis
! trlct attorney reviewed thé indict
Uvingston;
t^:*dge; Charles Riebold, Helena
" Sweeney.
E. Kretlow. Helena
Jefferson City;
de: Claude Ash
ment called attention to practices in '
the ear. y history of the company,
which he B.i:d would show guilt of the j
defer, hints Early stock owned by W
C. Rae. he said, was purchased on
notes payable at option. Other such ;
notes, he said, were held by the com- |
pany as assets He said he would
» tU: j w Aid^r. ' n d
Rae were advertised by the company
V« prominent stockholders when in j
fact Rae and Alderson only owned or.e
Raid up share of stock and that Speer
h.xd pal'd nothing for stock held by '
' m. Governor Stewart and Senator
J E Burlingame of Cascade county,
the d.strict attorney said, were adv
MuckboM«».
w „'™""„;*Vw!"r "oldlthe
bo,ham and Wl mot organisers of'thi
„ mp « r , y . voted themselves stock when
,v. had r. „sse'-i t> e «re
Louis E. Heven, the governmental
» .....— y :
- He' Mcntlfl,«
th« record book of minutes of early
secretary
meetings,
of the
a ft-r its organiiation. He identified
EIGHT MORE INDICTED
IN CHICAGO GRIFF CISE
Chicago. Jan. 1«. —Eight indictments.
^^n^ ol =*^eno^
I today against men involved in the Po
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led to the arrest of former Chief of!
Po | lce c c Healey, other police of-,
fleers and various alleged go-betweens.
aceused of aiding in collecting tribute
from the underworld.
POSTOFFICE BILL IS
PASSED IN HOUSE
Regular Appropriations for the
Pneumatic Tube Service in
Cities Sustained.
Washington. Jan. 1«.— The regular
appropriations for'^ ti e present pneu
mat: , t ..be ; ostal service in New York,
--------------------' I
Br0 ° 1U> ^' PM1 ade»Phl*. Boston. Chi
cag.
and St. Louis were again sus- I
tained „ m '»• house »»**>' "hen the
^ ^ »PProprUtion bill came up
fr final at ion by a vote of 1?1 to lil.
A, '" r ••.-rt.ng amendments by P.ep
SSÄITS Ä SST» "
«]- ««««««. to .to torm. to,
in ^he same form in
a <l'ertisements in any form, the
bill was ( assed in the same form in
Which it was completed last Saturday,
without the proposed increase in sec
end-class maU rates, penny postage
— ---- - r
or incitas* nf nav »o r.vatoi i
of pay to postal employes
No
TRAFFIC RESUMED.
ne waz injured ami traffic was
leidem" * * B Th * cause ot ,he ac '
resumed this afternoon on the North
ern Pacific main line west of Butte
after a delay of several hours because
of the derailment of an ore car
westbound
nal , bolt The ,rel k ht was halted three
' ?ast of ^ er thls morning.
_ __
MASKED DANCE
Given by Pioneer Council 1050 K
and U of S.. at K. of P. h.,1 Thutd^y
evening. Jan 18—Xdv
RECEIVED IN U
John L Forbes Fails to Sur
vive the Shock of
Amputation.
John L. Forbes, 21, died tkia after-
noon at a local hospital froijv effects
° r injurie* received on Dec. ;7 at the
««.„i.,.. ,, ,
, h(>
tV , Ä V^Z.- __ , i
a rds' estabUMiment and wi k ®' ch ' i
aras establishment and withhold an
i nquest the latter rt ^ week ,
The body will be shipped To I^sr '
lxrdee for ini,.™.», , i.° . ,
announced i a , er . a| e to be j
JS? r .*«* " H
.-r, l>^ r Ld".'Cr, HH
«.oh.— . J her (
here from Deer Lodge where „
and mother «rni .Ilia.
work a> the «peculator " nJ l 8ecur * d i
n ln which hl " !" T e CaVe ' '
eg was crush^ \ U?ht 1 i8 right
leg was crushed in such manlner that
MVM »„ buch mnniner mat
amputation above the knee was found
necessary. He failed to survive ihi« :
MUSICAt^COM^DY
*T ------
* ight or nine > ear ^- With his wife
he lived «62 East Broadway
1 Butte -
He failed to survive this •
The deceased was a native of Iowa
and
'as a resident of this s|tate
* T ||ai * I
AT HILL CITY CHURCH

. t '" al ..". rran f, em<>n " for the staging
; * nh < T . Mlni *u ,e^ ' , ' the play Siven
I TrtüiFv ûevT by ,he cho,r of the
® l church which at
Z t xJ°n T?
,nade to P« on (he per
I formanc. at th. Mount Bethel Metho
dist church in Walkerville next Fri-
day night. RevT J. G. Rosa, who kuc-
cessfully directed the play for its first
performance, has charge. He says
that the members of the cast have
been working hard to better their
parts and the cast will be the same as
winh/',
SENT TO ASYLUM.
Mrs. Anna Mattson, aged 42 years
— ,,J a native of Finland, was ordered
committed to Warm Springs this
The money will be used by the choirs
of each church to meet general ex-
penses incurred by the two organiza-
tions.
.x-JUlMIHiru l\ß tu III Dpi III)
i afternoon by Judge John V. Dwyer
after she had undergone a medical---
, K , _ t _
' ,h * h " nd V > ®
Cowperthwratte and Dr. W. C.
j Matthews The woman had been In
ÄÄS5I
îê'.lt "» •—«
( in her localitj.
i
'
A DAUGHTER.
" daughter was born yesterday to
Mr ami Mrs Martin J. Call at their
: home. 2120 South — - - -
• home * South. Montana street.
* Iotlier and babe are doing nicely.
Mrs. Call was formerly Miss Louise
Cash.
George W. Hibbard, general passen
ger agent of the Chicago, Milwaukee
and St. Paul Railway company,' is ex
pected in Butte tomorrow morning
; fr °ni Seattle on a business visit.
,
Installation of officers of Copper
Leaf Htv * No. #45, 1-adles of the Mso
[abeeg, tomorrow night at L O. O. F.
i hal1 * We#t Broadway. Members please
' br '"« refreshments.-Adv.
! --—
1 THE POST FOR THE NEWS
ADMIRAL FO I«!
WBECR OFJILi
Caperton Takes Charge!
uation at Eureka. «
Ships Are Ashore.
Eureka, Cal.. J« n 16
Caperton, commander of
toda>
investi
fleet, arrived off here
flagship San Dies« W 11
stranding of the cruiser MU ^
the beach north of he^^^
while attempting to
marine H-3. Nu'5
,(fleers <
was no chance to S ' |VC *
The H-3 has »«« •»*
hundred yards north o , .
since Dec. 14. The
manded by Lieut- ^ ' , M ,i *
with other naval ' es ' , m» I
salvaging her ai ter hal j r
a private salvaging firm
fused.
pbtttläecbny (
John O'Brien Is clurg ^ ,
larceny In a complaint ^ ^
Justice of the Pea« Jo^ ^
His hearing Is ' o ßrie. I
complaint alleges that O
worth of carpenter tools
Martin Larson.
BOUGH ridbes.,
•T thought Henry t^
advocate." remarke - ^,
"He Is," replied Jonc»
the matter now " ltll o
■■Oh. nothing.
hear that he is equippi
riders for service In

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