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THEY SW THE FGHT
In IM A0180r
m Vdi AnIL
mm as M the .rwm % luqeust
@pII t l IOW knd
rrrw. Dee. 17.-At mmiIt lasst amlih
CH- Mairhal MeArstdr, Chief to Poml
Smith, and a earps of pilelesem begman
mkingl aresnts of those who were prese
at thed terrl Ware.Gllahgber ft.
Ward died at 10 o'lock and on learning
oat he fact I was deided Rot to wait for
de county attorney to swear out coal
plaints, but to promed at onee. The eity
marshal ad OfMfr Janems proeeeded to
the bouse of Gallahelr, the survivinr
prianepal in the fiht, in REst Park
sree, near the Central hotel
Gallager lives In a vry fin* house, which
was built by Ward, and wa the oraccson
o the dispute which ended in Ward's
death. The city marshl would hae
gone after Gallagher oomer, but friend
had eireulated the report that Gallagher
was dying, and maid to the city marshal,
"You wouldn't arret a dying man. would
Bust at midnight the ofi.er. proceeded
to Gallagher' bhouse. They knocked at
the fromt door. A nan presently came to
the door and told the olfecer. to go around
to the back door. The olcers woet to
the side door, and were presently ad
mitted. They beard the baek door open
and elose but supposed the man
itlde wasr opening it to admit the officers.
The ofcers, on gaining entrance, made a
er.oMrs.oGa h s.but could find nothing
at Gb rm.Gallagher and her
slnter were pr.sent and were weeping hyrs
toarrioll. They had not been to bed.
Gallagher's brother-in-law who had ad
mitted the otlfers, looked as though he
bad just arisen from bed. None of the ini
uates would ive any information as to
Gallagher' whbereahouts. For theer hours
the o kept close watch of the house,
but to no avail.
Premsntly Informatioa ware received
which led to the belief that Gallagher and
ther of the party were in hiding at Ag -
nod's ranchb near the Columbi grdens.
Omfes, rode out there, but no one could
be found. Gallagher seems to have made
his escape from the city sure.
Mein while, ollfers were on track of the
o rs oncerned in the flght. A list of 14
names was secured, whlich is believed to
include all except the heakmen. The ar
reets made were as follows: P. D.
prague, proprietor of loding bhaus
and saloon in last Broadway where the
challenge was originally nmde and alc
cepted; Abse'Goldlen, referee: Henry Al
herieso, timekeeper; Jack Hylansd; Joe
Mack; Bart Flowers, one of the i~ad fire
men of this city; Ed Miller; Billy
Thornton; Al Layton, Althoff. Ward's
partner; James Tickle and A. Bush
In addition, warrants have eeon .msued
for John Helehan, of the real estate fim,
of Nichols. Helehan & Co., and Jack
Thornton. Ne.ther of these parties hlave
been found. Mr. Helehan is said to have
to Meirome to look after mooane gain
interests. Most of the nmn were
led out of bed and arrested.
All but two of those arrested gave
b-nds of $100 for their appearance. The
inMsre Chamged wi. S attending a 4rio
9j the penalty for which is -100.
roe arested have seamed counsel
and will endeavor to show that Ward's
death was due to the striking of his beadl
on the floors or to pneumonia produced by
osexure. (.oroner Beal being away,Judge
t erved as coroner and nmpannelkld
a Jury at 1 o'clock this afternoon.
-he sentiment of the city has eperi
neaed a revolution in regard to pricm fight
lg, and the port seems to be ended for
than winter at least. City Marshal Me
AtbiS mid to a STAIDAwD reporter to
day: "There will be no more prise fights
in Butte while I am city marshal, be that
for a week or a year."
County Attorney Baldwin said to-day:
"The crime is in my opinion, murder. In
case of a duel, the crime is nurder. This
death resulted from wounds received in a
prise .ght, after an agreement luhad been
made to fllght, and in my opinion conues
under the same class."
It was 8 o'clock before the inquest was
beean n In Jaud Eddy's court. The Jurols
were Harry Henderson, T. D. Harper. F.
wa d.John Chisom. The firt wit
es exa.insned was William D. Thornton,
"I was present at the fight at Crystal
springs and witnessed it. I knew heore
hand a Light was to take place, and went
there for the purpose of witnessing it. t
came away directly after the fight. I maw
no betting. I saw no parties encouragieal
the fighters except the seconds. Jack
Hyland was the only one of the seconds I
knew. Hyland 1 hIeard encouragi ig his
man a good deal. I heard one man arst
that Gallagher was willing to quit, but
the spctators wouldn't have it. I think
the bht lasted an hour and a half, al
thou I didn't tine it. Neither of the
prtkuactetd sick before going into the
ring. I dkidn't know Varrdhad any touch
of num otia before the fight started.
G her was the first one tlre and
Ward came soon afterward. I heard
Lrand make such exclamsations- a
That's a good lick. Ward!' "
"At the end of the fight Gallagher ap
peared badly bruised in the face and bo&
sad his right arm was swollen.. He talk
all right and shook hands with his friends.
He had his smnes. Word didn't speak at
all. I don't know whom Gallagher shook
bands with. I always knew Ward by the
sm me of Houshtn. I think be bad am as
surmed name. He rented Crystal sprng
of us under the names a Houghton some
time ago. When I left Ward had beens
carried from the ring into another room."
A. nmsbyeawr was nest examined. He
said: "I wok for P. D. Sprague as bar
tender and back driver. I was at Crystal
arlals on Sunday driving a aroat
Switnreýd art of e light,
whlde not attending te flight. I drove
Abe Bolden out there. I drove fire or six
back. Mr. Ward was one of them. I
d dn't know the others. I was not muehl
as rested in the flght. I heard they
had been quarreling about some
thing and had gone out there to
setteo It. Golden was the referee.
aer bhad two seconds, but they were
total strangers to me. I have beard that
Ward had an assumed name. BDll Thorn
Wrd. Gallagsher. Alberteon.
On Golden were all that I knew thw .
think between 15 and 20 were there. Ward
was sensible but pretty weak when I drove
him back. He was sensible on the way
brack. He was talking all right before he
went Into the hack. He appeared to be
wrse when be reached his house. I n
nobody betting money on the fight. I saw
no one but the seconds encouraging the
mse to ght. I saw no one giving them.
whisky to brae them up."
Bart Flowers, the Bremna. sald: " I am
a driver or the fire department. I was
no. at the Crystal pri.sp that day.
kaew meoble d t the l oseerI whtel
I havL heaskd. Ilms mot tsatL I
d.I b-i tbhi at
1e---- .*s "I» I e
uR-m' I know , l * Iel t nti
B Iwar - tlve bhaeek,keiep a aoles
Mdt Iedung homs. I was t Cayal
pigs en M.nday drriving a par ut
tod me dey wanted to go to the Iig
They diid't v what flr. I ~ate
the perta s r's me e is. Mr. W did Vot
pay moe but Mmeid would Iene t im
ne-t dayr I have.. ' Ies p yet I
eaid I.,I ae ha t eare e
her afe".t ,. Te bCkw thoose who
ofalmned with MWd ilsma wte il ! me
pns of thMe Agbtl. oFidn'st tell who
tewre r wa. I Um mot famUirC with
namese. I hknew loeof eople i mitit.
but I couldn't swear w4 t their aanue
were. I didn't go out thee to witness the
ghbt. I don't know who drove Gallagher
out there. I think the back heolote.
to the tar stable. I drove Ward
back to towel. Mr. Buser roude back
with ne. He dlve anoter ri down. lut
let sonehaily *Mae driv it btck. Ward
didn't feel tery wel when we took him
out of carriage. He mnade no coinplaints
on tl tway h. . He atepped into the
earrie i ~M bim . He bad t he carried
from nthe carriage. Three buys took bold
of hian and helped him up-atairm. I maw
nobody betting mosey aon the fight. It
was not a regular rinr there were two
ropes stretched acrms tShe hall in the cen
teo. I think- thee mnight have een 1to or
1S who witaessed the fight. Everyhlxly
was try qdlet on the way back, andl toll
me to dreo upa little bit.' Bershyaer
was on top with me on tlh way bhak.
Several days before the the ight the* partles
left w40 in say safe to lot on tie flt ht. I
didn't know their narnm. GallalCher
came to the sal<tnl after the tlight aun got
Tat oreimion of the judge and juryman
was thit the witnemMes were yyin .deliber
ately. The fact that Spu ee could Mot re
oall the names of the parte was consl
emt very peculiar. No other witneses
could he fuuld at this juncture, although
several of them had been in the ante
room. It was also stated that witnesses
after heing eamlined posted othere in the
ante-room as to what they had testilld,
that there might not he conflicting taesti
Jack Hyland was iseat sent for, sworn
and sakl: "I live in Granite street aind aln
a saloon man. I cannot an swer as to
whether I was at Crystal Springs on Sun
day. I am not compelled to answer any
thing that would crininate me. I dki n-ot
witness a prise fight on that day. I do
not know Ward or U her. I have
seen Ward o6cear twice. didot act as
referee that day. I can't answer as to
whether I acted as a second. I can't
answer as to whether I know the namesn
of any parties present. I cam't answer as
to whether I had any conversation with
Ward asout a tight."
The Judge was asked whether Hyland
coukl he cVmplled to answer theae ques
tions. The jIIdge said he would have to
take adlvisellent on the questkm. The
inquest was adjourned until 10 o'clock to
TIe. police hav.. punt two adkllitinal ealln
oel themir list of thelnme rt..eset at .Sullady's
priz flght. (1nae is T.'n l uller. al shift
hos at tihe St. Lauwrence inllte. amId on.
of thel seceMad In the light. Haulgger has
agreed to repolrt at to ou k.ock ta-morrow
nmrning, when all will he arraigned. The,
other is a hartlnder at the ISew liro ra
loon. Gallaglher. Helehan aldl Jack
Thornton have not yet haUen found. It is
susplected tlut uins.u of thls. who w'ere.
placed wader $10 ionleis have skilgipll
THE IBARIERl E EXAMINATION.
in.et CorWmadse~are La the Mtandatrd.
Burrr., Dec. 17.-The exambination in
the Barriere ca* was resonued at S o'clock
this afterimon, havinlg been postponaul
fromm last Wednesday. The cant could
not be attelded to tihls mornl.g. a, i114 e
Julldge Newkirk was hu sy issuinlg warra.tts
for the witneases of the priatigrbt. Attor
ney Charles O'Donnell joined tha plarme
eution to-day as an assistant to the county
attorney in the cane. The adj.Ulaulnoent
had been taken in order to allow the court
tine to consult the authaorities and study
the briefs in regard to the admiulmion of
the testimona of a chikl 4 years and 2
months okl. The court .id tlhat he had
fully conskiered the matter and Iail dk
oiled to have the chlil questioned as to
her knowledge. He would have the child
examined as to her ahility and as to
whether she has any knowledge of the
nature of an oath. Attoreyr Baldwin
asked the chikl if she knew Joe Barrier'.
The chitl iookidl.
"Wheee as Joe Beraerk.e ."
"Iittin' m thei chair."
"Point Iin out." *
The child pointed hint alst.
"What in your tasa'e
"Wbhere I your manliaua ?a"
Attorney clBride acrcamwl the rs reu
tionl of having trained the chil in a crse
ain ar.t of ql.estions. Attornely ()l'Dklaltll
denied the ua.pemion.
"Hans ti.s 'nmaun anytling to do with this
case" n aLked Attornety Haldlecrn, Ibinting
at Attorney O'LkDnusell.
"Ye.s, I Iuave," thnlldlsel'rld ()tl)s'Dolell.i
".nd yjls will Ilind it out Ilhforn I get
"You act as adluilnistratn. I sulpl osse,"
asked Attorney Halldurs.
"I sit as rausond. I will have' no, I.aselt
"I will mnalntain courtesy in this ncourt,"
sak. the judge. "Sit down. I will la;-ve
Tbhe deftise claisned taut it lutnl nut
"een notified eo the assoilatiou of Attor
-ey ('l)oannell in the case.
The child was further examined and in
answer to questkons sakl that her mantna
as _ll a bli l elt, thmt she saw men put
rhe they.i and that Joe st.t aer
Imtama witta a un. On cros-esamniu
tion sh msaid she was in the cabin in the
rear of the holseo when lth shen
was fired aeqi that when she went to the
house her mother ws lying ona the hed
dead. Judge Newkirk esamnmld the child
and maid he did not believe she had any
idea of the nature of an oath. He wished
time to examuine aulthoilties on the qules
tion whether a child's testimony dshunkld
he received when the wath is tnot lnder
stood. and the case was continued unttil
1ee.. foam Ulmula.1
special Corresponmece of the SIandard.
M1M.owLA. Dec. 17.-For thw flrs t tiun
in Montana, sinco her Australian tour.
Ile Puttnm will appear in her new
P"Iýr'Honor Bound it atthe o ~ri Lnuse
oar Friday evenh eccubrr20.._ It ir M
probb rn rd Losss will Wecomtue to
11tlssouls ontan tavorit., as'tid.r
About lp cithisas of Missoula are the
reIpinen a initations to he present at
the wdsrus o P. W. eL3yW amnd Miam
mauls 3. nmaa. Deeemhr Zt. at St.
anis Xavier Catholc churcb. Mr.
Remyis ss t ou most sesaceesfut ynhouig
butsines la nal b to he congratulated
on winrl ! bFard t one of our C5(It
PoaWu ste s rl isi, WiUlamr, who
wa charugd wth atmalila slob fromn
Marty I. y, teuminhlee a isma sed
TbL.a. w pm uPIv mwro s forthe
ownSO AND STOCOh.
wasIme aIlanwes, is aM vTalose on .e
wew Veafe amebams.
Maw YTon. Do. T-.--it.eke fd o
werel, dl i A ea t fordth.o eeal
rwai the melaftigpu m anger re alnerie
in whit it is mib a squinese ofat sbort
l gontg ae. Tihe prise of isck.b howeer.
wh.e it opeWl at L was r mon sold down
toU, l ad while the buying demand was
hrlmk sad a pramlum of 9g per eMnt was
erlcted for e ur . lt ot a tio over
thome moal in the reguLar war. them. was
beavms sell Ow the sowk m the arly
tradinglas * lwmr ' opion. or Shre daro
at an much dile.im e as one par coat
from the regular ales. The market
cloed dull hbt seaong at about the hbm
figuess. Oreorn Short line advaneed
conolklated gas S. IDenver, Tvess ab
Port Worth 13. BaTirigton land thbicago
Gwmrainrt hbonmd Nwr dull mad Samr.
lft u s. maretld Srm at 10556.
i~kaoasev~ig 1E0 : high.
wet tab lowest i closi loalmg.
U. :l..'. e¶: Id PadfP ' rr W7%
4 uupoS. t" 'n lc.a
i' . I N. . (+mwUA. ...
Amakam iUprea 112 IIiMam i.. ... ML
Caml. Pars~e... Ts '4 4WeýoaU Riay'a.a.. I6S1t
am. Naubem... a% 1Trau.U. 3
C'eami Pa..... Z1'; Pafr~c al.. . 34%
r* ahia ..... C. sP I rir'l anti
Deaver L 41. I. .1341M. Paul . 70%q
.1.. ...... &Teia PatIIiC...... .
ýrte 2U .a 1MN1 ... w
K..... " Tezaia 111'rm
Lake thore..... liP?'. Lued Ntalrx. . Ll
Ina... & ash.... .. a. Yrgim Ira .I
Irlban Central. Si', I Wemsern '.Ion. M4
&aa'umirwrl Pa .. 411,I ANI 4'.ntlod (IU ;I,
______h... a.-!-r, ~~
MnneIC on call. easy. 5497C.
Prime mtercantile paper. tiqa7 %c.
Sterllng Kgeha (?anal swly.
sixty-day hills. $4.wi demand. $LWY4
Miningy quotations as fllows:
AsIs.. .............. .. Horn Pu vrrU .... ...
lfekItrr.......... lndcprwe~ad.. .....
Oast sad la"It. I no a tllveg ......
Cawas~sk ...... ; oI rauke . .......... ....
Caastak. s rh .. a. . K. & Miller. .
(laMuat. I. H. 1 9 Dutr" Tunnel ...
Chotar.. ... ... Nr t·sstlrc ..... .
Casir ...w . .oi . t. NeuIealn
cuitlwmdo (L ..... Mt. 1 IMa..... ..
CMrn. ta1. mad Vs. Northt IleB Ilp..
('snails I'mw. .. . Elntarlo ...... 24 50
r '1 o . tr . ....
('urnaaurwrlth.... lyamth......... 3 ta
Dradwud Ter.... . t 'arg...
£.mtrekn........ ....'('aSe .. . I 40
c'bno......... I erra Nvsta..... 1 m
Haruki sad (tun7r ..... ittall H s ...... to
Alis, ad N4grerogs. vim 1 )110 Cw..... .. Y t
(topper. dull. casier; lake. Dsc.. Sl1.¶..
lAd, dull. finn; tkwnasaic. giulO.
Tin. quiet. atwat tatm.aul; straitu t21.*Z..
l'Lnblaalk..plia: Weed1 anchuangeel.
ljitsf+l' Dec. I17 Thmere, was a ..,g.
tldetut andl strong tune st tim.. wool mtmaarket
ato.lacy without "toy ejs'scmalativ.' faclinyg.
Territory. Texas. amid ll(aimfr'w i wools are
mnoavimg at ea smeulsamagl *rkearw. pulleu
wools. there luhau beas salts. of checl ruler
at :geggi, fair to geMil su*mrwi at :tBri ,:atnA
exrtras lulled =I w. . ract~algi aw~laa nmc.
"ta. TJuk. im 7a Ites Me..('cu.Com .. Is
- alln bon dHlwrl.
r ailrnrd...N.. . ,"" rLst or, a. ag.'j
Surlinnt.a.......gIa% Ma'n i.... ... k
Kreebesheed Playlng HKles.
NWw YORK. Ik,.. IT. .At the aftertrosem
-s.uaion of tihe Ballplayerr' LI-eague the r*
port of tlhe (cos.lsittE omn playing ruhleb
wags taken up. The momst inmportant
change war the provi).ion to leave two uln
piens. one hthind tIe, heat and the other in
the field. The pit.hI.er'a Insu in enlarged
to 6t4 feet. Timn Kecfe'- hall was adoptad.
At the evenintg seºkion on the adoption
of the rep of the law cuanllittee. JuIdge
Houry acon wag enag.d as gene*ral
counstel of time league. with power to en
ploy the beat legal talent in time varlois
cities. Judt.e Ilarns was instructed to
carry (on mot only a defe"ensive ht aggriem
slive campaign. The conastituties anld ar
ticlee of agreement were adopted asul
-ig.ad for the clubs by their representa
tive . on the toard of directors. The
cnvrentioa adj.arnlrl unltil March.
Tbet place of ue eting will he
selected by the prekhilent. No
ensmmnunlkation was received fromrn
lSt. Los in. r-elation to a plke.tion for
mneisnluerhip. amid it ien likely there will
Ih leaone. as Pittshart. a doubtful city. Ias
cotue forward with its S&OUU aniad signed
the c*sentitlltiese and articless of agree.
Illant withl the other .clh.s.
Tb. VNeW Ksxtnsd(kta Tu..Ay.
WA,.HIN hTI.M. I)..'. 17. Premii'k'tlt Har
riuEl tso-4ay ctIrmsaaaaIt to tew senaate the
extrmgitieu tarawty with E1,uglaud. rn·end
to its hi. tflsuwagI0. IkWOerI&I4 d hy 14&uetary
Blai` anul Sir Julian. Pautwefot. the
British ,miniaat4*r. Bly its te~naz the num.
M,. of exnttaitahle *f1eilmae. are. iar-ge'ly
imrwenaaeuI that timout iful..,rtait astlitioot
IiN-1g thaat of **:,iI..gslegaa.iit. So if time
trn ty ie ratified (atIateta andi the' -L',itel
State.. will cuaee'a toi 4Kermalajg. that e"laste. eef
of ullidPesirfl~h rie-idehuta who. have himnrte.
fore. wueiredl iaummunity from.. euntimiunsemat.
The Samnoan treaty. n..gntiate.d at lier
l.. last meprinug. has nt tutu tranaemnit.el
tea the. ,et'3)iti..
KmIlr4I front. 4.r.-a.
Iwjxlx~r. Ikrc. 17. -Advice s frone Sluclcu
h aiMn' to tIM *ffort that w-vteal higs ..f
fleisias, imnpii-ae~at.. in a futile atttima.t to
auwa..inat. tale king of (.mea., Who iso r.-
pX..~t"ýd awode.eiringto atxdiat.' in favor of
Prinaw Hiss Ynllg Gyi have beten ex
IIld to Hong Kong.
A Mom. .ep-vS-m.. Ms4u
MiL P·no, Texas. Dee. 17.-4aaitm
Webt"r, an Englabhniav, NuSflfnt..1u414mt
of La Bharca niuinne.rPaw hue., Moak..).
wra can TueIMlay waylaid anudt stabd te.
death while paaudug through S4ancta (. r
trundes' Canyon. The KngIIa'h auiairit."r i
inveaetiyutitit the zatter.
3.ultI Mret.. Uy M w..
1T. Louisw. 1kt". 17.--(k..rrw Gutlwur..:rr"
TU ytcauw was tn-1ay fatally beaten bay Iii,
sn Enmil. ag.l 17. The buy b harm u auvI
aa.:nutatioaa. Tim- quarnwl £Irwm" av..r II.~
iuttmaal .f him. anelxtb to funmtiub bins wath
r WaaI lap K~pS..m.ea..
LOC'lnvlI.L, Dee. 117.--By for "tl)l..
wicrn of lamp last night Mr. ('Iaarh .
Ke1iRe was fatally and her thre. c.-ildr."is
All partis Indrbtd to Men Emmnmut i.r
C. Clarlno & Co., will call at Anatunada
Deer hall and settle their acrount. Fr. 43
sweet eear faLk
rs. Wairren bas a qtly and tastily re
Stbed the O(aklad dou.e oa Kast ttc tdl
Mret, 1aumel~ known a lbs bSar ug
Mtl. D dabl wowsi tma be had o
oboouI· e in Sbaba
Mr. PAq?, Dec. 17.-Tb. Pdommm Prow
'olal room Pem me" shat Gvoerneo
MUb . returned UPday froe the d(Ltwteta
W1110I dotltton has ee i epoetd and
Wo, e finds shin not so and be
Ofiwd. at Minor and Fauelk -cntlo.
tame. arn mamota tot alure . crpo
"d In portkios of atacenst oa
ht a eumanyr cam of absolute doeeitu
ties and wasld have brans mulcring Int
1u t ho pramupt assistauece funrished. The
people are healthy and In good spints.
.wu" US w/. ..Amaw.
QoL1I(IL BL~vWv Doe. 17.-U. H. Hu..
lty cbq .L I. short is his a ewunts
bar fish . d. Pe ahos~e atpreswt
,--1·Sr to 4, wbkb hi. basewkmo
Mw griid. (aainling was the caue o
Tas k Ymrp S. C'Dmim.
CMSCAuG, Dec. 17-A. K. Mark, Isle
mserau of the Arurcamu RuikIIng. Loan
and Hometeadw a.aswatlotn Is gulming
with abuwst p.Mo of the auworatkln'u
af . Mack in meappomld to be ha ('an
Conant le1wi an Trubleb.
Lonurrn. Dec. 17.--It I rI.woed fresu
Tamiers that owing to the action of ton.
antd Kewis the gnwernneent hban caled to
Waulngton inkandlms that hi' he re
T . rrPwmde.Om !.Pbew.
('mIeA 4.. IEcc. 17.-William Sh.etal ar
rlm.. ti"phew of PresLdegmi Hafrnm. did
at bin lh ,w at RIver Forn-at o-day after
a ri iline..
AN E xdz4 . 1 e.. Irylm..
Cot i'mz. BRLL'FPM. Ia. Ihc. 17. -F-F;x-Ceu
gvbumntatm I.ynlan was rtrek."n waitha aew
plesy ti-elay and it not exseete-d t.. n"
An 3'u pra. Om.rr Ibt.b.d.
MAN AMtivI.t,. Tex.. I)... Five sate ,, n
tered tl.- exrwcsear of.N-t" trt ItrtwuwIwurl
Wanrldy maigImip . kewrkteI t,.e imiartet 4"1.irk
uenm.Ia-. L ath F nb.lMI the Mafe it $7UJ.tIU
The e444bratede Wiubn lir ms. alo.-K
.hlsrt ts Entle. & ('nneuu llw. alwa the. ba-u
tiful Mfanhattanm ulre.a shirts.
A four roeun.dl banwm in ndul rpair.
Apply to YeNM . Y1.ath.rly. :. W&nt Greaji
One-half of a large. w..ll-ventilatel cel
lor, alitahlefe ns uouge. luar.ir.. of ("a..
Be-ru'la, !1Silver How Brewery saloon. An
flrauerl c.arpe-t Mk' at F.stes & ('uennell's.
IA .Ib( IS4 H II.I.I.MAIRE MUth ler
Monday, Dec. 16,
Grand Shakespearean Festival Co.
Monday, Dec. I 6th.
- .TVt LET
Tuesday, Dec. 17th,
MERCHANT OF VENICE
Wednesday, Dec. 18th.
Thursday, Dec. I9th,
)Ie-rrt ve ret w.o gulw. n 94ntalrd. s Ik..l I. 14. : t
The Splendid Line is Still Increasing!
rm Gold ad Silr. v Wabl
More GoId andm
More sholk Slverwasr
More Silver Plateware.
More Ipers Gmei.
More Silver and
More Fine Carving th .
Just the Thnlafs.rth
!,More nnoveltic-. in thile ntirt lirc of tlh" Jewelry trade at the lowest prices goods
can be sold, and the pric~- talk I,: u-.. t(,,Lce and see for yourself, and be sure and
ask for tickets to, the dra.wi:..' o, lr. .ct;ts tmade by
LEYSON & TURCK,
City Timekeepers, 221 Main-st., Butte City, M: -
New Pretty Things in
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.
BIGHT & FAIRFIELD, Jewelers, Butte.
j IUIN 1 "~ mmrm irn • .... .
Just to Advertise This Department in Our Store we will Rael
1 Parker Hammerless Safety Shotgun.
I Winchester Repeating Shotgun.
I J. N. Scott Breech-loading Shotgun.
I Winchester Repeating Rifle. Model 1886.
Thi4 cm.ýrtre.r the berm 4 Guns we are carryingn t. taurk. IThe prim will be 6he TuWhnes
and the Twul AweVA Taking the Prie.e, as they nay earrht.
TICKETS WILL BE $2.oo.
For urae at onar Aore. Time and pl.e of ramlle will he annmenead IN them e.luamlm as rma as
tIcke*ts are" all ingwl-m t ,of. We all M1l.mtthly w.llt enly Ialun cha es. T1am* desirtei rc hainlmm s Wt
well to catll arly. an we have. be.ln a.rnrreli that the iriCts wall ll go the Ermt week cat a
ANACONDA HARDWARE CO.
HEADQUARTERS FOR HARDWARE.
q - - | -i -~ i it N iii
CO()MMON SENSE ANI) FACTS COUNT.
It ih a well-knMown fact that all ,eente. of iulatoen. especially mimini mad win
rMtI4 intrte. rinwhe.n tlie tiein. alel dhu.tle of Itras it rife. have their pleaumat sLmerban
Irrvi.k ene localitI.ak , where fainille can reide in peace and happy quietane.; and
BUTTe. TlE DeNMLeR oF MONTRNR
flan its choice resil.tlene aushurht at the p.cuant and favo.mbly located
COLU3M B I CITY.
At the- .e1,t of the- e.ituor car liw,. n.tnr rtiw. .nligi.ll (ankdn., away fm rllU ll hl a.
.tiie Ilia ange ind lsweilter uiUeL.k.. I.auIIliatliillgI a mi n llcl.ltt t view of SUIaanit Vali
a$llul tnw gnrat c"ity of liahtte i ll tU its ,sunlke- tandl aa*tivity. ('CILUIJIiA ('ITY il t
prn,tic.t..l frInl ee.hl wil,mls. It hli's na lkhntifall silpply cf t hest water rin aMntanir.
utaudl ti,. ltavirrratiau- tan-.ataiso air in always. ckar and buar. A qsuarter of a bhlek hal
twie.ll *ll.latel fir wi4In.l Iaselreww.ms.. III the, early "l).sring hae tree.* will he planted
Sllllen tile wste.*.. tsldl .evevthaling lo.: tol usake It tile molt Ileasnt Ian insvitin ree
*nw.I'. Ki.nt ill N.ltllntih. ler loan are sanw tarin-|t11n aI orthe 11ontohly payment ple
Ir e. lhd, sit vais..Uableh rate, lby
The Evans, Terry, Clausen Brokerage Co.,
41 E. Broadway. Butte. Montana.
tI h)taitl*. ornler. gi.e.n alw-ial attention.
Keep Your Eye on Missoula
/'Pr,/ 1i /hie historics f Scatt/e., Tacoma,
.p .,o'a ,/ /t,/ i'Helena.
luuV .llisson/a REAL ES TA TE now
antd d,,f,/c volr iu7'est'slndt in six mo/nAts.
l l, it/irnaion address
.1 /,(/' YO /'..1'/:/LL, COOK &." CO.,
A'iOe 1///9'sl/a/enktl tst;'issoua o