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orIt.. Des. T.--Healh Olasl. L avl_
apoIrs a ewa Imgprovemeat in the health
of aes drem lhe past two amoaths.
Dnrld the 91 the death rate uwas to
,i te desaths anmmberinmg o
sash meath. Lately the cty eemns to
hae rlegained its nmornal health and all
gelea report much less sickne.s than
f eew months ago. The city will after all
tale its rank again this year among the
healthlest cities of the union. Thia declipe
ti the death rate began abhout the middle
et Oseober. The rsmord for October shows
-- deaths l that month, including one
death tli aeedlent, one esuIide and one
seat trone Boeuman here for burial. Of
the 4 deaths. S were under five years
eld. During November the surprisingly
-_w numaer of 2S deaths is reeorded, and
of these~ eli were the result of accidents,
and gbve were brouht arn JeWersonm
eosaty. Ten of the t were under are
year of age.
"If I could have gone on the witness
sled to-dayr." reenarkml Judge Newkirk
elu nilght "I might have been arle to tell
something interesting about the hu.dy
bhemes as they were years ago when the
ome irst hreame settled. The girls
weori.dnallr all Dutch girls, and they
fwere t and stumdý. not more than fourI
t taill. Tbwr ret res tale rll
ha they wouldn't go any further.. I
ioethey were ilnported fron Hollaul.
diseat. The minrs would throw their
moneyr away in those days and it was a
common thing for them to spend a n or
Wa00 night on the girls. Tihe hour. of
e hurdles would he from a o'clock at
a ht until 6 o'clock in the norning.
;ne mn paid $1 for every dance, and It
was a poor night when the girls
didn't have ffty dances. There were
u-sually four Dutch .girls to c
hoemw. The mners at ta
ime aid for their dances in aI d
which was relghed out at the bar after
each dance. The rwere ver
-.peor in weibnl outl duet and fra
que.etl Iir w ed out de or ten dollars.
worth of dust for one dollar. Some of
them would have a long nail and in pinch.
)n the dust a dollar's wrth would a
main undetected under the mall. In those
days we used to pay Sl for a letter and I
howa often paid as high as $10 by the li-r
oral manner in which the postmaster
helped himself to dust."
L ~ . . .
The re.mlt of the burln trial wars faite
urprlisng to mant people of Butte. for the
opaion wuas prevalent that bouse of that
rr r could not be closed in this city.
The polie have gained als important step
now. and the city marshal ak lares that
he will follow the case to the elll. The
Lurdy hlaose was comnpa.rtively quiet last
night. and the polkce declare they will ee
tbat it is keptquiet. The progw.etem cfill
be arrested asmoon au da cing is resumua.
A peculiarity in the courts of Silver lBow
eountr i. the m-renesee t tlu merse whbo is
_ . ly termnis the " rilp esand." He
eitness' s eashing fees for wit
Meoses at each trala at $1 nIar obtalaing
I1.30 from the county tresaurer. The bus
is Is said to be quite lucrative, although
John hwdeanu alone makes a eurena of
It. He has been in the business for years
in Bsute. asd durlng that time 1 p1-seem
have started in oppositlon to him hut have
failed to make- t PeY. Mr. Barldeaum
learned the wrinkle bnom C. F. Booth, the
present county clerk.
It to noticeable that the country is get
tiyg along quite well without any district
eourt in smesson, and it is a matter for
gEument whther the county would not be
well ol without court for a time. These
may be hardship in a few cases but it is
certain that not half so many suite will
he lnstiased or cas tried as would be the
ease if the court was in active operation.
Soase that are started will be de
so long that they will die a natural
deah. Men will forget their animosities
and htasands and wives who want dl
vreces will be living together again before
the courts are ready to try their cates. It
is a t6a In two instances where divorce
mults had been instituted, the couples hbw
become reunited while awaiting trial.
The lawyers seem the principal heavy
losers by the present court muddle.
Trv.eem approebing Butte naotce
on the highest point of the city stenO.
The matter of taxlng bs city's anssm
of IIl-tame is re.reving much attel...al
from the i0ft authorities, and the only de
lay ariles from a dillerencl as to th se
manner of taxation. In Helena p vrie.
Store of hous of ill-fase are taxed $10
eah quarter. aml Inmates are tas od
each quarter. They always pay proml
and there iL no diticulty over it.
A person walking along West Park
street these days is met by the prohblem
whether 'tis better in the mind to walk on
the north side of the street and stumble
over a half down stoves standing on the
sidewalk. a pile ot frsh fash. three bar
els of a(pp anrd several boas of chick
see, or go on the other side and struggle
with the intricacies of a mortar brd, an
ioot pile of brick, straw, lumber and
aumswro b.er kegs.
Schbain an s Judge Eddy's solution
Sihdm t o-lmot rederi.gr primon life In
But ees popular than it now is. If cite
sonermas e.rs to work i. a cerai gua
Uhe eaa be fed on bread nd water.
BUTTE CITY OOSIP.
o.btreetoee ne te hllewalt-Pe.mee.I
and Other 1Wes..
peein correspnuy rsre of the mtamdard.
Burra. Dec. 7.--City Marshal MeArthue
s .meeting with not a little diffculty in
his efforts to have the sidewalks of the
city cleared of their obstructions which
have so long impeded the prgresq of pe
destrians. Orders have been given to the
police to see that all obstructions be re
Sovred. But complaint is made by umany
dr oods mneerhants and other dealers
that while they are promnptly compelled to
remove the hoxes in front of 'the
steore. the pollee do not compel the
Iquor dealers to comply with the seens
ordinance. Saki one merchant today to
a STAIANDA reporter: "Yesterday I bd
two bo.ee on the sidewalk in front of iry
store and I was promptly ordered to re
move them. In front of the liquor store
nest door to me half a carload of epty
beer casmes and havke stood
week unmlested. y don't the poie
go for the wbimk Tme he reperter
cot answer. but the muercant von
g red W fe emafotle "they daus matt
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I t wsrr r MIN
~ ~ud· 1 em In*l In UI
-we -as md wm mi md.
Trnr.-irnl rr- ab.w.
is-._ b&V r wan c was tHh
aon is way Noaw Oiloo b Helena.
Xty car load. f a- .ea daily sMbppsd
A ai (:w !s orr. dlc e ina to* t
Cat.% c'mn rki taking a trip
rtin MrcGrans Ml In town. He
is Ltatin in hbm opinikn twhat tlhe
dscnoerat will win in the e.natest at
r.i Penrske s . hre, having cost over
from 1ek.na -ees.edmy.
Das1tel J. was tried byr a Jurry a
Judge Newki 's rart this afternon n a
charge of petit lameny iLn stpll. ta watch
fr.un a pawunroker', e s Topar
found hims not guilty, and the csts, W.
were ctharld to the comnplalsaing witnesm.
Sa.ile Ikn was arrested by ( ttNer Jan.ce
this afternoon for alklwing bIyhs to he
around her house of ill-fasirn ov. Galena
Ed Miller. o the Dewadrop was arrlted
o-nigrht for vi.olting a Lcty ordinance in
having hbee kegt and hoses piled up in
front of his msalon ao the sidewalk, oh
streactinteiIn si e. It will be euade a test
es. Miller will fight it, as he claimn he
has hees singled out, whereas the .edin
am"e is violated by inlnusmerable people.
The lkiermen did llot leave for &alt
lake to-lillht to Inspect the Gaynor sys
teen ant will nprobabl nat kave until olun
der or To dv.
Butte has Ieenr without water for thirty
ix tbours. N.tw li. arem being put in CM
'the it. and the huruting of thr `llm*. hi
ncaused a te.nporaryldiflculty. Th,. motor
hie had to stop runint for lack of water.
The supplr will be all ht to-manrrrw.
Haney a nline lear Burlington i cl·osed
for a few days.
('ewtal CorrM..usmesmego of the titamiad.
BL~rra, Dec. 7.-The followina arwe the
real estate tramacmtlionm recortded sice
ou last report:
Josepll Awurain to Joseph (Chanple*u
for m. 3 part of Charming Nellie 4.
C. .. Waremn to Charles 0. Umnday fohr
StlO. lot 19 In block 5 of Central addition
limon D. Wood to John L. Carroll for
?1.410, lot 17 Ia block 1 ofNoyer . Upton's
M. J. Connell to H. H. Helnms for *0M.
lotas . 4 and 5 la Ilock 3 of Noyes & Up
Mary W. Hishop to ('yras Bell for1P.000,
the Skip lode minliln claitn.
Mik. ('onler to John F. McLaughlin
t f n ), one-s ath interest lna Mamfie lxk
LLenry Sliackwnll baa filed an alm:tavit
at annual labor lerfon.ned oen time Bkhian
Ntreet altliway.. Miual"mla.
MIKa.u LA, Dec. 7.--Sonre ol Miuooala's
umot suucer.sful mnainess mcl are stocrk
ho~ders in the Mimmuula Street Railroad
ommpany. They demonstrated their man
fidence in Missoulu·' future growth to-day
l having surveyed the groumnds from the
orthern Pacific depot to tme West Mis
usula fair frounds, a distance of about
to mnles, for the purpose of extendiing
b.eir street car system. Active operatione
will he comnnseucld as .tnws as material
can h* obtained. It is rumored here that
Srilval street car com phany is beilg oraga
seda. It is mate to S.a that too one cony,
-pmay will monopoliae the street car susi
ineM of Mismoula and that street car
travel hero in the ntear future wUill he as
comfortable and as cheap as in Eastrw.
USmg WIN" Am atte..
Up.ecia to the Ulamwsed.
Btarrmt. Dec. 7.-A brutal rene was wit
nCue~ d Ct-night by about 00 nmen and
boys in the banement of theN Milwaukee
beer saloon en Benudwasy. Two powerful
bulldogs. Spokane of Spokane and Jumbo
of Butte fought 12 vicious rounds. The
fight was for $. After 12 rounds had
been fought the owners of botl daog
asked that it he declared a draw. Thib
was done in spite of the vigorous protests
fron parties who bad money bet on the
be Metama glatS Tearher' AIeaatta.
The Montana state teachers' assoelatiou
has decktled to old iti ftist annual con
wention at Dillon from Dlreamber 21 to
recemnher 24. inchluive. Mrs. M. S. . un
tmh.ai of Helena, is persKident of the amo
'iatioun. It I. epl.eted Uther will be a
large attendance from all parts of the
state. The local cuonnittee lIas made ar
rangel enlts for the free eilteirtainntent of
all Iiea.ers that may he present. Thel
raillroas have hen.i rlequested to grant
low rate. to all these who desire to attend.
noitce of whIch will be given later. Thl
progranune will In* ready to distribute
Deember &. Let all teachers of Monltana
tuarn out and make the first annual luc*et
ing of the amscilation a grand success.
FPr further partk-ulars address Miss M.
E. Htanks chaIrman executive l colnittee..
Leary W br
At the drawing O Larson & Tnarek's
pOresnts Saturda evening. Decenmber 7,
th eleant tea set, o. . 176 weat to H.
TWIllaua. etf 411 Colo.mdo .tret te old
silver finish parlor lamnp No. =2, to Mrs.
Mary Balmforth, of (Centervlle; the fine
aboay and gilt parlor cloek, No. 1iOl, to
Mrs. Daniels, of Rocker. At the next
drawing will be ofered a silver tea set. a
silrver porelain-lined he pitcher, and a
fine Jewel casket. The next drawing will
take place aturday, Dece~mber 14. le
slembeer the grand pwement of a gkl How
ard watch, January 1. Leysoan Turck.
Intelligent. strozig and honest young
man. umia rried. new comer to Muutauna.
desire. wno: of any respe ctable cbaracter.
Cait handle horue.. Splendid ree iti
enwdatloa..a. Af "H" Butte ottie. .,f
Turn SrAlzAl), I^ Main street, unolrt.
Wmw nnnrbrrwwrt ýýwruhrfa nant a-..rý
'ew underwear. over.hirts, neck wear,
llat. and caps, boote and shoes, at Etesi
J. Merrill d Co's msolanment of dia
monds are, by good j dges. pronouncel
the best ever shown In Anaconda. They
e mre mde some Iandmme sales in their
line of late and are mCeontatly aMklinr. to
their stock. We foece in their a ,r w
eases also smoe Vtery ia thingsa in
carved and enameled jLry.
PF m i h d hosa..or I.p bouwke-'
ta. ddress "z." this~Lr
nOW WILL YNUV ANN?1
is" ru a-. '. tile' P
Imills WIN vs ampes..
ass" Is ttt. ltlsMM& - ~LL
nWLA.A Dow. 7.-Th. bin bum d 1
dim..mmm to Uw r.phdialmm umma. s. km.
mmi'sl amI hurstbe psuslam so Th. pu. I
Hefr. Llmmesskaat.ovmewt URLahaui ma
aemmad that he had smived the p... o
.151n peidheel I. this m.umiteg'm papa..
Semate Fbshn. wht has showa his visa -
mm paetmmawslip at every .ppartuuu4
srea. ansi malel that nmmm.~tskuakmutl was '
St~ ppeprº. sad lteahid not he road
bwwjtsh f sus.t He said the Daly way
for the daro..r atl .es~at r to rvsas
the aita tkta was to ms. into thu stal.
Thu s pskesa will bepaweruel on
Monda t when fll the wu5auhiean asuator.
will uset. A talk with the suaateu' prey
aut showed that the proposiuto tait with
noo favor. They either gave evasive a.
swers wham yuqsmetouel as to the advan
tage of lth invtstigasiwss. or e*Iajiswe that i
it would be ealteulmeg on the privike'a of
the heater. Thery aren e*vleltb rattled
over tlwelr situation. mw., nau.st icnMowI
edge the.ir unwillingnesu s.o enter into asl
In vetigatloe that would *wrve. doubly
damaging tee their p ruetut weak positioe.
A Ir.mterra' Iteme.
A printer mst le his oflce chair, his
hoot. were patrhel. anld his coat thread
haen. and his fa.~c Iaoked weary and warn
with care. Whtil.e wtlly thilnkingotI lnihnes-.a
lkht,. okld .urph-un slowly aumlnnd hinm
crept. and btore hI knew it he meunly
slept: ant srleeping hedelnea,.td that he. was
dea.d and froel tnrenle us.d tlil his spirit
had Iked. and not even a cow hell
tolkd. for the peaceful rest of
the cowhide snle. And as he wan
dered anllnea the Ihadtle, that sm1nke antal
semorb il kower I.hake, he shrtnlyrohervre
an Irenl dloer, that crakhilgly haellg nI
hinge aj.ar. heat the entrance was rclseul
with a sel-heo bar. aeldl Statan hinmsell
stanwl e·iptlut out. waitlilg for travelers
thereahoult, a.d thel tol, the Irinter spoke
'('olne in, nray lrar. It shall cetest y.es
noth.ing. and never featr; this is the plater
where I cook the ones whe. never pup
their uhircription alaise , few thl.egh is
life they may ~waa, they'll llnd wlhml
they're. deed it is not ut late.
will sehanw you the place. whew I ene.lI
thee tlehin with men lhot chains end wcraIl
of titl, anll alan where I moIul their heald
with brokenh glees asedl enited lead: aned
if of refreshlneent they oenly think. there's
bollingr water for themn teo drink: real hon
grillsetone. tl grill their niasee atid tli
reel hot rin e to wear on tlheir t..e. ated I
they nmsntlon they don't lilke fir.. 'l seeI
ulp their mauthl with red lst wire as~;
then, dear sir, you'll see' thten m .quirn
while I roll themu over asnl c'.l to turn.
With the.' last words tahe printer awoke
anIl th.enuhtt it all a *lwtical Joke. hue
still at tinme,. real did it useL.ne that Ih
(cannot helieve it was all a dream, alsn
oftenl he thinksl with a che~-rkle anstl grinl
of tlhe fate of theme wthoavo their tiln. ait
leever pay the prirlter.--3e.
Hki Trau Now.
An English publication tells tli follow
ig guood sto1 r-latitllg to a certafin cnal
try lnagistrate: He ia a stiaanlalh total at
stainer and a -ycliast. a II hi, se verity to
ward "lruuliak asad dlior derl.s" "i ahlstnt.t
proverbial. Not king ago Ite seultenced a
brace of theme gentry to a fortniglt's sal
utary e.cerie- on the tureal-mnill, and. as
theI story oes. last werk he ,ai.t tihe nren
as I. was aoeentling a pretty stilff hill oa
a hea-vy tri.erle. over a rtouglh ral, avail
-n t11 face of a tilff wind.
"W~1ay. B111." txclaiiarl one to the.
otiler, "1,.ewedl if this ali't tie bloke thlat
swent us on the mill !"
"Yus. ' was the res.wnse*." anal now lap's
a-gettln tip astairs hissetlf! Wokder laow
he. likes it! Go it. uv'lnr! We're out;
it's your tlrn now.
Three hunrled and fifty thoausnd sLi
hundalred and ralty-six juomu sam now
unIdr aentenee in the German empire for
offenase algwant the Iaw. Sixty-one thus.
sndI eight hundlred anid s of these of
fendkd agalnst the state. religion. amd the
jdauk"lr* P. 136.670U against the person.
152,6"2aganst ee 513S were sun
tetaNed fear lnuunlt nE makwty. 4802 four
aran. 4h for bribery. Me or offenses
against tme anti-4maxlst Raw, sad 9W for
TlIMre law beas a great deal said about
Mr. (aamtt's retiUsnetust fron racingl and
an unsaul in tie ahuelneel of any decriaLrd
easuon, Lthe oalal hhave invelteld everal.
It is grnerll stated and een to have
hrc.une acrepted l that jir. ('ausatt's retire
ment is onlly teun)wsar.-, aand that he will
hr heck nle the turf in a few -ears. Yet
he lsan actually tokl peraussal friends that
ie "lnight nsever re.unme racing." The
c-rcl*asnntanrees under whirhl he nmaudk the
statemenit give mntie pnilt to it thall an
ordinary retuark of the kiind woukl carry.
It is psmialihe Mr. ('assatt has perwustal
reasomi flr enot dcknailu tihe lgeneral state
-nent going the rouull tuhat hIe "will ha.
back in a year or two." We know fraua
ais owls ,ke.lradticums to t a that Ihe skue*
not bllieve its the p)wetit system of
racing. He helieves inl a highehr sta;slard
of racing. in culps anld weilght-fu..re.r
races. S)o do Iurmot eII1n1 who hanve true
nrating sieltintelnt. 1We Waint rares whlich
.are resnhiE1lire41 after they are rlll, tint it
weary lucceissi~r n of sllaevelltful eurrieas.
Mr. ( asuatt il too fondl of racing to reenaile
out. Like Mewsrs. Leimlant. Lorillardl nd
Scott. he will return sesw line tday.
Brussels carpet M0- at . ater & (Consnell's.
Jelha V. Petrlts
Has just ruwelvevd M.WU cigar whikb will
be placed on the market at reasouablb
A. T. Pat as just received a large
stock of paints and window glass.
Cr(wley mankes speeiatles of turkey
dinner and cfiee as mother made it.
Call and usee Bes Conallls M eaent
Tbe Manhattan dres shirt wa resweive
yesterday at Estee & rConaers.
Visiting cards neatly written, at Tripp's
Go So Miss H. V. White for the b.st and
nnist coanplite line of millinery goods
ever offered in Anaconda.
Ladles all wool mcarlet uzndarwear at
Entes & Connells for 8p cents.
The celebrated Holroyd's underwear at
Estes & Connllel's.
Prescriptaons accurately conpounded at
A. T. Playter's druag ,tore, day or night.
A. T. Playtercarrics a full line of patent
nmedicines pure fresh drugs and toilet ar
Winer & Newton's tube iaints 12 cents
Winsr Newton'sr tube paints 10 cents
at ('res' drug star..
For cutters,, deliver. sei.hs and bob.
sleds. to the Montana Launtber & Pro.
Artist' materials at irus' drug store.
Drink Botemian and Hlotreau beer at
Jack Onarbelaa's, the only plaee In the
city to get it.
TOLD IN A LIN.
ta tAammosdm Uawdwse.
Utrn sad ainamWkt~iwat .th. £A..mds
dLutes tomel a. makngter me
Room &e nwl mat .1 slot tit and furmla~bhagu goods the t
p wk'a tha will plewa. all who want SArm
It wwn a atsh .1 rotbes umad. to
o.der ai at mat.. £ (oamnel. T11j bha
,rn uNampie to select Mra.. gur.
eante. a perfect lit.
I&'MKK d.a awm*A,)lc (rT1Kr. I
Uk\ in .. mnI*.. A ew. u. g*a a
oew -Rfif hunor f 1rn few runml trip I qAuly
bwnt wail. fuea the (b'ricestnas asil New
Ye."a mlhkltaye. Tke.kI.,·u too- man.º Ilhqte.,uu
Uue'v S. *I ai~uit 3. 1Itit. sitd Janiwrias 1. Ira(.
Final Ucerne. Jcmntay 3. hWoo. Aviue.." twe
pehlfir. eueare tetly. J. A. Le."wir. gem, nil
r." ulst wtrtkw
Twentyr-. Ight mllSibna.ui ti wk.-t wir."
afu117 u1'kI asS ttat IParias ..ahithLsnn, sA1
tb.º ufeaga.Rs. whns rtprsS~.d to haiw., at
hsart º~L~m, emSn~ ..f Iii.." Y (xmw.4%XS lft coal
tuser hsnl+., ar, Jeateiiasm. Tlsii. euiuitij.,u
uba e4earnl 4.IIutuo gwofll. whil. that of
Irr51M7 iu erly twice as marwls behrind.
Tlw. epnslttlnn jima' ekuaae was Inmtnllsei
few nemuly Pf4.(MEc.t~tt ieee than that of l1W7k.
AIOJ TAA- l'-S
Popular Price House.
WVe offer the
iaver shown in the city.
And get the
CIIOIC IST ARTICI.ILS
J. R. Boyce. Jr.. &, Co.
Cormr Main uad Breadwa, Btte, leot
Popuilar Price House.
EVANS OPERA I-()1USF1
SHAKSPEARE FESTIVAL COMPANY
Six Feslimval .\.ghls. ( nmrnrtctjjingr
Monday, Dec. 9th
Bandman His Festival Company
I MoNdar. - - Hamlet
T, Tes f., Merchant of Venice
n. i f'dnuesday. - - Othello
aI I earrves seas St.m. !Facsr.r l aelUnssl~*n. 1 .
The Splendid Line is Still Increasingl!
mer GlM mad Sila WaIb
More Solid Silverware.
More Silver Plaeware,
Miart O(pe)m GlammIl
More Silver and
bMtori Vitat ('arving Set.,
Jus.t the Thing f. the
More novelties in the entire line of the Jewelry trade at the lowest prices goods
can be sold, and the prices talk for us. Come and see for yourself, and be sure and
a.%k for tickets to the drawing of p)resents made by
LEYSON & TURCK,
SCity Timekeepers, 22 1 Main-st., Butte City, Mont
New IPretty Things in Gold
AND SILVER FOR LADIES WE HAVE:
Hair Pins. Bracelets,
Bonnet Pins. Hat Pins.
Side Combs. Queen Vests.
Glove Buttoners. Bon-Bon Boxes.
Beads, Card Cases.
HIGHT & FAIRFIELD, Jewelers, Butte.
SIOR TING GOODS.
Just to Advertise Tlhis Department in Our Store we. will Raffle
Four ( .uns.
1 Parker Hammerless Safety Shotgun.
I Winchester Repeating Shotgun.
I J. N. Scott Breech-loading Shotgun.
I Winchester Repeating Rifle. Model 1886.
.Thil ra ctwen uwlt. leL 4 culn. we are rarr)lng in .1.trk. T7r pr~ae will I~* the Two Hligbhs
imad the Twe. wre.t T Laking ftIri u.e. as u tI.y anay uele-t.
TICKETS WILL BE $2.00.
Ve.r mrae at elsr l.r.we. Til.n and I.la of r.m.t will he ann.rwaned in the r.dlnuman as mom ma
ticketls are. all dele.om l cf %%e* will emeelit.|e) ~ i1 only laU ceatuw*.s. Thvu .lt-e ritg ac hamow will 4.
well to eall early. as we have I*wi aanmare i that tImr tI.re.ts will all go the prat week of melr.
ANACONDA HARDWARE CO.
HEADQUARTERS FOR HARDWARE.
My Work is all First-Class and of the Latest
Styles. Enlarging a Specialty.
PALA CE S TUDJO
Over Poter UteS., AeI..ca.
MAGUIRE'S OPERA HOUSE iI
LtC'IS I. VILLEMAIHRE. - - - - . Matt Ats.
RDAe. 12Y 13, 14
M ISS M DDERN
And HER EX('EILF.NT 4('OMPANYY under tie directions 4 Mr. Arthr Milkr pr.
uensting 2RHKAT NEW Y()OK Sn(t''EHSI--2.
THE FAMOUS LYCEUM PLAY.
IW1 .1 1N SPITE OF ALL*
MV THK A I'THOK OV "HAZlK. KIIK."
THE COMEDY HIT OF BOTH CONTINENTS.
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FO tri MO;THX. AT THE MADIN4ON S4 %UAR. THEATRE.
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