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THE ANACONDA STANDARD THURSDAY MORNING DECEMBER 24, 1893
topicsof Hi- ^ lirialiiia* ^^Mi^n^l^r^r* In^wrippcn for matliiiK ran ^r^'nrril nt ail^t^ran^ h ofllrr* ^^l lh.* ^Maadiird^ nt H ee^U^per ropy. #StMai,t'- 'i rmU t^^r I1^^' I iui**.l^Mate*, litnaila or Mnlm; foreign couii-^trin, 4 rruit.
TheNumber .of Pupils Enrolled the^Past Month, 4,019.
FORTHE HOLIDAY RECESS
Christmas Exercise* This Aftor-^noon-Teachers Will Attend^the totato institute at^Great Falls.
Thelast monliily report ^^f Superin^^tendent Kirn of the pul'lir ^^^ li^^^l*. l..r^the mtinth en.kil l^--r. I^. i^h^^^ ^ '^^'I^enrollment ^f 4.B1I anU an nv-i M ^^dally attendance of 3.17J, or u in r d Bt^of !^.*;. 'I'll' i^ I^-rr him h
lteportsfrom I he union* principals^and teachers on the altecdaaca reoued^for lhe third month rndlni Deo. U, an^In the main qult^' satisfactory. Only^711 pupils have l oin niMod to Hi ' total^enrollment since last r.|.oit. Iml this^hrlnns the nuinln Bfl la MU, In^many rooms the aumhef exceeds the^poaslhle BeatlnK rapacity and Is from^one-thtnl to one-hall IkH UM
idealloaibar tor II arork and whole-
anmehyuienle eooditlona Th* an rmgt^^tandiiiR of all Iho s, ln.ols in attend-^him ^^ and pniM I nality, t'l. 11 11 trifle^lower tlian l.i-i 11 ^^ntti. ^!^.^ maiidy to^the exceedi^ 1141 ^~ eidd weather during^the fore pari of the aekool month. The^follow InK tahle wives the llsures in de^^tail for each school;^Schools.
prohlems.So also In everything and^so In language teaching In the school*,^we have learned that when a child can^^ \|m.sh his thoughts clearly and accu-^lately. he has Ralneil the practical end^ami may safely have a consideration^of the philosophy of the laiiKUasre to^which so much of our Kranimara are^devotrd, to a later period of life.
Weare endeavoring In the llutle^schools to shape our courses and meth-^ihIs to harmonize with that which has^b*M approved by our leading Amcrl-^1 an rdui ators and practiced In all^llrst-class city systems. KverythinK Is^done to ^ivv ||m widest latitude that^safely can be Riven to successful teach^^ers la work out aaadj results in their^own way:
Tin f, MmiM cireulur furnished the
pertain m^tlun .^ral hi
Total*2.051 l.WW 4.019
Averagingthe Madison school with^the Monroe, It may lie seen that the^highest record over all other schools^Mas again made by the Washington^and the streamer will continue to tloat^from the Central staff. In the room^contest, the pupils under Mr. Spiers in^the Madison school, ilmvn near the 1,011-^levard. reached the highest perceniage^over all and will enjoy a half holiday^to-day as a reward for their faithful-^neaa. Miss Hoyee of the Franklin.
winnerlaat month, cornea In sid
Theaverage attendance and punctu^^ality wa* as follows: High s^ hool,^S7.6.1 per cent; Washington. '.IS.s::. Lin^^coln. ^6.77; (iarflcld, US.tJ:!; Ulalne. 9t 10;^Franklin, 98.6:!; tirant. :ix.:i\; Monroe,^97.r,r.; Jefferson, 9H.59; Adams, Mi'ix;^Madison, 99.30.
Whatare termed the ^hanie r rooms^^In average of attendance and punc'u-^allty are; Madison school. T. 10. Spiels^teacher of grades 2. 3 and 4, with 30^pupils. 99.75 per cent; Franklin. Pearl^Itoyie, teacher of grade 3. with 45 pu-
pils.99.5M. t la riei. I, UsaJa II. Uottll
teacherof grade t, vwih h pupils, N59;^Washington. Croaaaf and BSIUlrea,^teachers of grade s. with 50 pupils,^99.30; Adams, Mary Hurt, teacher of^grade 2, W illi 1. pupils. 99.2H; ^Lincoln.^Allda H. fioin her. teacher of grade 11,^with 39 pupils. 99.07; Jefferson. Mrs. A.^L Boyd, teacher of trade 1. with 13^pupils, 99.05; (Irani. Kate (iswiiM.^teacher nf grade 3. with til pupils. M.M;^Monroe, Mary Lrown. t, a.^ 11^-1 - of giado^I ^C,^ with 55 pupils, 99.3(1; High school,^grade 9 ^A.^ with 41 pupils, N.1I;^Blaine, Cora Danovan, teacher of^trade 7 ^A,^ Willi 27 pupils, 98.17.
Duringthe month tight ttocher* re^^quired HUlislllutes, 54 pupils were^Iransferred, 90 wi re dropped from (in*^rolls, 36 were suspended and 2^; rein^^stated by the superintendent, and 17^received corporal punishment by the^approved method.
Allthe pupils and teachers will In^^dulge in Christmas festivities tills aft^^ernoon in their 1 es 1 ^^ t 11 v ,^ rooms or In^conjunction with other rooms, to Which^Ihelr relatives anil friends are , or,pally^Invited. Many ha\e their rooms ap^^propriately decorated ami unite a num^^ber will have Christmas trees.
Amajority of the teachers and prin^^cipal* will attend tin- inciting of the^Htate Teachers' association at (Ileal^Falls next week and all feel grateful^to the trustees that they may do so^at the expense of the dlstrlct-a privi^^lege enjoyed by very few teachers In^the state and a thing unite unknown^^n eastern slates. The Unite teachers^prill Join others from the west and^south and leave in a body over the^Montana Central. Tuesday morning at^^ :30. They will all carry lunch baskets^containing what Is left over from the^Christmas dinner, and have a Jolly pic-^nic luncheon en route. Kegular 1 du^^rational hostilities will be renewed on^Monday, Jan. 4, 1V97.
MR. KthN*~ R HUES.
ButteTeachers \ot Handicapped lijr At.
LilianCourse Slinly.^To the Kdltor of tha Standard
AMr. Walshe ,,r Anaconda has n^column In your paper of yeaterday^commenting upon IUv contribution lii^your holiday edition and intimating a^desire for further disi ussion ol th* sub^^ject of lajupMtc tea, hlng In the^ackoola. 1 feel highly nattered al this^e\ldence that nt least one teai In r has^read my article, but have not time to-^day to write farther than limply to any^that any person ^ho aaj the impreff.^alon that the Butte taa^ h^ rl are handi-^eapped by an arMtrar) ^ ourai ,of study
orbound to ^ text 1k routine, is , or.
talnlymlstaki n. Taachera ^. nerally^have fixsl B*aaM and Judgment unil^the Butte corps will average, aita the^ivst with whom it has bun mv pleas-^ure to labor. NYath all or then] have^their own idea-, us to the useful and^practical In education and laey aeeai^very willing their lil|i*iial*a)asial may^have his.
Weappreciate the fact that (he ^ne^who can conceive, invent, imagine,^vork out and apply en^of his own, is vastly the fapaill at^him who simply copier. Imitate;; and^uses the prodin t of otker atlpda. The^composer of mils!, is Intlnltrly above^the mere perfori n r; the mi.M who^ n-^ates new painiincs ami pictures is Bat^to be classed with the n nice who BBjB^but reproduie cop It* from itudieo or^models; the Inventor of the wonderful^ur.d magnit. Btapdard^oftlce. with capacity to^dally over the i mntry ^thick as tli^wind-blown leaves m autumn,^ doubt-^lea* regards himself a* quite alswe the^clever gentleman who knows how to^manage the Baachaaa. The one ^ h^^travels knows geography, not Last per-^son who studies maps and geograph^^ical de^crlptions; *hc nund 1h.1t , an^discover and make nrefceeBal has a^much higher mtellactaaJ power than^the one that can simply solve those
thelirst two^1f interest.
ytnibjcct taught In these Im-^.,^^ should furnish opportunity^. ry lesson for helpful lnstrue.^il and written language. Katu-^\ affotds a whole storehouse of^al J-i ts for laasaaH exercises,^^ erapliy and history are almost^tooil. Kven arlthmetle, with it*^oral and written analysis, original proh-^IMM gad denionstrutlons anil all the work^In agtMBM Inioks. may contribute uwful,^I 1 1 ^ileal Iiskoiis In ttie use of good Lni^-^llsh.
HecondIn the regular language work,^ghc the uiaxinium of practice In orsl and^winii 11 exprt sslon anil the miiilinum of^time on In hniehlltioM, rules, etc., I. e.,^tiaeh di llmtlons. 1 lusslliciitions, princi^^ples, rules, analysis, etc., laaaat ntally
With(he practice. Never gl\e the P i htlleil
i.ntiltin re is demand for it In connection^Willi the practical. Lead from Ideas to^Binds, from thoughts to sentences, and In^gin, ral from tho urt or practice to the^Helen. i^ or theory.
'Third^At least four time* a* much^time should lie u*^l In comnosition work^as Is used for the recitation of inainr^learn, d from lhe text hook.
fourthi kr al composition lessons^should Bjwajrl precede the written.^^Question out and question In' clearly all^the fact* or clement* of which the wrll-
lin work Is (o be composed before allow^^ing the pupils to write. He sure they^eai h have tt store of simple. Interesting^facts, ami not too many, before begin^^ning the written work.
'Fifth-In providing observation les^^sons, picture stories, reproduction exer^^cises', etc.. always make your selection^with reference to the highest order at-^talnable, Batter thai tiny learn 1 little^from sola, thing of a high order than^nim li free* th* common or low.
'Sixth^A mo^t valuable help to nil lan^^guage work and your greatest Held for^ethical or esthetic culture, will como^from the memorizing nf choice literary^gems or quotation*, carefully ^aaaetal^and assigned will full explanation or de^^velopment.
Bcmnth-After each pupil has been re^^quired to carefully conect and rewrite his^I own work, the exercises should ho ex-^ihangul and corrected by others, often^passing through aagafa] hands. After^this the recitation will consist of a furth^^er correction before the class, assisted by^lhe teacher, when inrfect copies are to
lieHTitli ii 111 the exercise book*.
lLLISTHATPiNH.^I'lrst-Se, BaaSl ral suggestions for prl-
marvdepartment and suggestions eight^and nine for grammar department In cat^^alogue, and be guided by them 11s far as
Second Aceiinipany yniir pupils to a^mine, it one bo cnn\enlciitly m ar, leaving^at time for reces* in the forenoon ami^taking the lime until no,^i
^Liad that* to aajaarve aM the particu^^lars in conn. 1 tiim with th* location of the^n'.hie and general surroundings; Us size,^form and aV pth tf shaft; the facilities for^hoisting and nature of Mai ore. rock, illrt^and water brought up. Sketch In outline^lhe apiiourani e of the shaft house from
twoor that e Batata, of view,^^in the afteraaaa aavat* some Ubm to
adiscussion of what was observed and^earned and draw out fads learned else-^w lu l ^ en the Slllills t. Dg not Heck to elab^^orate their knowledge too far. so that it^shall aa at all confusing, licit, r make^^ . .11- a. few things and place due value^on the Information you question out,^rather than magnify tln^ facta you lead^in.
Annilnr recitation p. rtod may be ajvt 11^to the writing, or you may ask your pu^^pils to write It up at home with mat^drawings to Illustrate as far as possible.
'riiewhole sketch or view may head^their article: In one corner of the paper^a view of the bucket, barrel or cage^might appear] In another a pick, drill,^laatpi eta, Appiy suggestion vil. given^ic r with.
'If al ove pinves n success, visit other^places of hlter*at and treat similarly.
Third-I'slng colored crayons, draw^neatly on the blackboard a picture of a^large butterfly with wings spread, and^mar It 11 Pretty llower complete with^III in and leave*.
ldscussth* various stages of butterfly^life free* the cluster at light yellow eggs^on the under side of a leaf, through lhe^catterplllar and chrysalis stages to the^tinal full development of the Pretty t^ut-^teilly and Iho habits of llfo in tho imago^state.
Inthe written work that follows let^them sketch tho leaf with its cluster of^eggs with a full-grown ugly catterplllai^mar by, with Its bristly hairs and many^legs.
BLEWTHE SAFE WE^|jpW1lffl,W
EHennessy's I Hennessy'sl Hennessy's
BurglarsGot }3 From the Vulcin^Boiler Woiks llcj.
THEMEN WERE NOT CAUGHT
ItIs Decided Not to Put the Door^on Again, So that Thlevea^Will Not Have to Do Un^^necessary Work.
Thesafe in the office of the Vulcan^boiler works, at the corner of Ohio ave^^nue and Mercury street*, wa* blown^open at an early hour yesterday and^In view of the heavy charge of dyna^^mite that was used It Is a wonder tint^the olllce was not demolished along^with the big iron receptacle lor book*^gad papers. The majority of safes are^used to hold cash us well as books uml^papers, but the safe at the boiler winks^was not one of that kind, as the burg^^lars learned to their borrow. After^spending an hour or two in forcing^open the big iron box nud taking long^chances on being caught and1 icHtrain-^ed of their liberty for a term of years,^111^ safe crackers were rewarded with^tim e silver dull.11s. Walsh ^ McOrad,^have never kept more than 15 In their^safe, and It was not until a couple of^months ago that they got in the habit^of locking it at night, if they had not^fa]lea lata thai aaMt they would have
1n money ahead.
'riiesafe was ,1 large one nnd was^supposed to he lire proof, but not burg^^lar proof, so the men who cracked tt^have nothing to ft el proud of in their^aclilev eliieni. The walls were about six^inches thick BBsf were constructed of^thin sheet* of Hteel illled In with ce^^ment. Tho outer plate of the door was^a quarter of an inch thick and the In^^ner plate was of one-eighth Inch steel.^A small hole was drilled into the djaaf^just above the combination and ill this^a In iv y 1 harge of dynamite was Insert-^ad and exploded. Th^ explosion exert^^ed a terrific force and the door vva.r^lorn from lis hinges and literally shat^^tered to pieces. The plates were torn^apart und a bole u foot In diameter^was blown through the inner one. Had^the force of the explosion been outward^Instead of inward the olllro would have^been badly w recked. The burglars got^away with 13 In money anil a book of^blank checks with the firm name print^^ed at the ends. The explosion occurred^Is. ^ ween 1 and 2 o'clock, and was heard^by a BBsUBSf of people living in that^vicinity, but they were unable to lo^^cate It. The door will be left off the^safe to save any burglars who may^visit the olllce in future the trouble of^blowing it off.
OfficerSinsel made an Important cap^^ture yesterday afternoon. While walk^^ing along QoM street between Main^and Nevada he encountered a couple^of fellows carrying gunny sacks, Which^liny dropped as soon as he put in an^appearance. In response to a question^as to their contents they stated that
theycoBlalapd empty cms. hat the of-
liier investigated for himself and found^that I In sacks were filled with cutis of^tobacco, which had evidently been
stolen.The men reluctantly marched
tothe police station, where they lavg
thanaaita af Joha J. Kendall aad T.
J.Walsh, and charges of being in poa^^aaaakM of stolen property wide booked^ugalnst them. ^^^^
To( lire 11 t old in One I^ajr.
Pukel.iiviiiiM' Breaw Quia is* Tablets. \u
drunghd refund tin- money if it failn tn rur.\ !!5f
Scarf and sink pins. 1.000^'1/4 designs. Neat and effective^for both ladies ami gentlemen,^from 30c up.
..TheLast Call.. I
Thoshortest days of tho year, yet few shoppers3
takeidTtntfyj of tho moniiii^^.s to get their goods.2
Injustice to yourself como early; you cun seeU
betterwhat you buy and need not get into a rush.
Webare kite foodi you want, end we want~g
youto Me the,ii, end notioe our low prioee.
Nfine snow^white, priiss^blawihofl taV^lite Linens^wo have a^variety of
1terns,in^^ (| utility^P JF ''jf, hard to limit^/ M\ ^t prices^y absurdly sum 11.
*(live* you an opportunity to^Mbuy fine Table Damasks at^OB*^much less thun usual BfUT s.^*P^^^Napkins, too, to iiiatch.
J50doien tine All-Silk llundker-
Echiefs, plain white, aalaVad^bordered and silk Initial*^w Each only 25c
dozensimilar Handkerchiefs^of a much superior grade...
gEach only 50c
E 300 doi Men's Neckwear
Allthe newest styles. Imported^mexpressly for lhe holiday trade
^-Each 25c to $1.00^E Our Smoking Jackets
ay Are fine, but we will close them
*out at low prices this week.
DAYor I^only and^^dnui Clous^will have^made hi*.^fitH and^left.
Isyour^^/iff or sis-^ter wishing^hmm thing^rdaUlj handsome, stylish and^usefulf
Dresswill fill the hill. Open In
pricesthis Week.^BLACK AI.i.-MI.k satins^^27 inches wide, regular $1.50
BltACXnOTTRKD satins^^24 Inches wide, lurgo and small^designs, regular ^1.75 quality..
BLACK FIOITHBD QROfl^OUA1N8^SI inches wide. leg.^ular II.Ii5 quality, ' 1 J)|.|q
IIANTISOMK FIOtTRBD SAT-^INS^21 inches wide and very^choice texturvs. regular 12..'5^and $2.50 (luulities, ' 3i|.cSl
OurBig Sale of Handkerchiefs
Ifdrawing crowds. Never was^our assortment more Perfect,^the patterns prettier and such^big values given at our low^IIkui'' s i' MM early and^avoid the rush.
0visiit our^second floor^isa pleasure^few enn re-^si ^t these
Tliotv'sso^much to si^'^that is pret^^ty, stylish^and raitable for prodtiti.^STvusii oaiimi:nts
Ofevery description In the^greatest variety at the lowest^of price*.^T, a downs, nressing Saiques,^I'ur liarments and Kttr Set*,^l'alnty Silk and Cloth rettl-^Coata, Cloth and Silk Waists,
and.Muffs. Children'* Dreaaaa^and i'ur S ts, Mackintoshi s.^i i imitors and Hoods, Hoys'^No. 1 Suits, I'lstcrs ami Over^^coats, slylishlv trimmed l'at-^tern llais At Oui-Thlril Off.
Im Mn . HENNESSY'S, butte^lllUUUUUllUUiUiUUlUUiUiUUiUiiUUUUlUlUlUlUiUUiUUU
ishall l^e pleased to see sample* of^this work, but shall lie better pleased to^receive samnles of similar work deviled
Whealyou get fairly started In this^wrrk you will think af more things than^you will have tune to do. and then you^and your pupils v, ill be very happy.
'There Is nothing In the above to indi^^cate that wo nre following rniv lion.lad^courses, text books or methods, but It^docs show tli.it we do not put the cart^Ih tore the horse, but use the lafBBBBBl^only where ilnre Is necessity for It and^win re the pupil* can see the practical^application of text book principles ami^rub s Th,is our grammar* arc very use^^ful ls^ks of refcri nee. ltespeclfully,
K.U K, in.
'llutto.Ifc. 23. lHW.
A NOV. L I'HODUCTION.
lhel i rliine IAIrn\ugnii/a ( onipanr Here^Thli Wn k.
Theroilnnc llxtravagansa company,^haadad hf Oinanr and do vocalists, come^^dians, dancers and oik ratio artists, will^appear at the opera house Thursday. Fri^^day. Saturday and Christina* mat.nee^nnd Saturday matinee.
Theproduction of ^Ilendrlk Hudson^Jr.^ as presented by this company, ha*^(^ioviiI by Its s.x months* run In Chicago.
..us in Ni* Vork and eight woks^I I., Mon. to bo a conspicuous and al^^ter Uva novelty. Corlnne 1* an expert^mandolin soloist. She Is an accomplished
innbut has given the mandolin *.pt^-
clal^tti allaa Her professional career has^Wen Interesting.
Corlnne'scompanion player* embrace^the name* of Joe Cawthorn. John I'nge.^Nell McNeil. John P^rk, II. A. Cassidy.^John H. CeaaaasT, Maurice Itolunson.^John K. K.irry, Ocorge Olmi, Octavla^|!.ul.e, N** lii, Strickland. Kthcl Strickland,^Helm Hold, n Welch. Arnola Ht llevllle.^I.ulu Cosgr.nc, Kl. wart Sifter*, a chorus^iiiiiiiU-riiig Mi vole*-* and 1C dancers. The^Ho imy is s.,1,1 to Im^ elalH^rato, including^the everglades of Florida, the Egyptian^palace, the Midway rialsance, the Santa^Mario and the fall* of Niagara. John Ma-^i;air., a.- P. is he. n hli custom for many^years, will distribute several hundred MsV^ii.it I.^ toys to the children attending the^Christmas matinee.
Sc.what a beautiful brand new ldgh-^BTada piano can be purchased at or-^toa Hros. f. r $250 on terms af ^25 down^and $ln per month, and another one^In plain case, 7 l-:i octave, we give a^year warrantee, will sell at $11*5 on^same terms and still another nt $22.^i.^To apieeiate IheM pianos and prices^you must see lln ni.
Thethoughts of lhe economical holi^^day purchaser naturally turns to Leys'.^Leys helps the man of moderate means^to get gracefully and joyfully UMrOtlgh^the holiday season, whether you wish^a ring for the baby or a ring for your^wife or sweetheart. For the largest^selection and lowest prices go to Leys'.
Parentshaving boys and girls to^send from home to school would do^well to try (he .Montana Wesleyan uni^^versity at Helena. Kssentlally a home^school, It tills ev ery requirement of dis^^cipline, teaching and Influence, Be^sure and enter by Jan. 5. 1897.
Examinethem. If you wish to rent^a piano fro to Orton Bros.
Thom.-t f-.'f.i' m| Moat
YOUARE LOOKING FOR . . .
Wehnve n superb stock to select from. The low priees; of our^poods is the comment of the people.
Biainonds,mounted In every style, at pr!c, is from 15 to $500,
Watchesbom J2.50 U^j|500.00.
PenrlOpera MbbBMBi from $5 to $:!K less M per rent. You ought to see the^latest Invention, the Lorgnette Opera lil.iss. H Is perfect.^Solid Sterling Silverware at unheard of low price*.^Silver Bells (hat cost $5.50 and $1^Your choice for $1.^Silver Novelties, from 50o to $5.
PineI'mhrellas^ our Special Make- from ^5 to $20.
Wehave the good* and you will find the price* right In your favor^above all lines offered. Come hero and save money nnd have a ( banco on the
$200WAICH we frive av/aj Jan. 1. Kv mtj mmIaf pets a ticket.
221North Main St., Butt* Mont.
-aya%.-fv*Vf^ Vfv^v^v^y% ^^sc% ^evv^-e^svt*
JQFULL line of Choice^^ Furs for Xmas gtfssV^Jackets, Capes and Collar^^ettes in all the desirable^Furs and leadine styles.
Overcoats,both fur and^fur lined.
fluffs.Boa.*, Neck 5carfs^and Sets of every descrip^^tion.
Achoice seleetion of ele^^gant Kusts.
Brmythillgpertaining to^an ii|i to-ilaie Fur Store.
Seemy goods and get^my prices.
Theonly honso in the^North Weal dealing exclu^^sively in Furs.
200North .Main Street,
InEvery ConreivaVhle Style aa l Color, Silk
\~, ml' i ^ Etc, i
CH'ARDCHAIN5 ftn th^* latr^t. We have -n fn^s..iiJ ^^t..i.l *n.l R..li^^.| i.old I'Utwl, ir.ra |Ui nn-^w^nK OBaMMMsltMi Nm HaDdU-*, at price* nuf-^In,; from $i.UO u|^^ar^li.
36West Park Street, Butte
Hattersand Furnishers S
Trya Standard Want Adv.
IOHMataVaUiaa, Manager.^Three Nlnlits. chilstmaM nnd Saturday
M. i ille. s, IteRltllllllK
THL'RBDAT,l^H:r^. H, \^m.^THI CORRINNH EXTRAVAOAMIA CO.^In lie Kntlnly New and (iorgeous Oi.e-
HENDRICKKCMOst, JR.^1'iteeiioii of Hown nn.I Horry.^Qaraaaaa Seenery, Kxiiuisile t'osdtme^,^i i.c Armor, .Novel Klectrlc and Cal^^cium I.ITcct.^.SIX TY PEOPU In (he Kn*emlile.
AUahtENTEDORCHESTRA^Prle^i^, roe |I.ijO and 11.00.^Sale of Iteserve.l Seats b^K;liis Weflnr^!.^day tnornintr at 10 o'clock.
CornerPark and Montana. Streets.
WEEKOf DEC :t to 27.^The Western idyl in llvo acts, entitled,
Newfaces this VMkl 8. S. Hlmp^nn,^Miss Kittln Ki'Ut'way, It. K. Lawrence,^HHlM \'. NiiliU-.
hiONof Atlrnlasion^Kvcnlng; piire^, L'i^rents, 35 rents and 00 cents. Matinee Sat^^urday and Sunday at 2:30. Children, 16^cents. Adults, 35 rents.
KxtraHoliday Matineo Christmas Dny.
Nextweek, ^Ten Nljfhtn in a Bar^Room.^ ^A Temperance Week.
WlW^ MBMPM 21
Thecrreattut Novelty Show on earth.
AH.iid'HKmpit'c Kntei taintTH, headed by^the world famous wonder work^ r Alblni.^The world's greatest male Impelaonatot.^Kl!a \V^ sner; Kngland's greatest charac^^ter ^ hangrt nrtlst. IftBIt Maguin-; the^great whirlwind iMaWffi Knda Moloot;^the rhnracter vocalist and hurlesiiuo ar-^t.si^^, Miss l.a'irr) Arnold; the f'alifornhi^l.i ^ k t' outs. Itafferty an^l Thomhlll;^America's Irivh character vocalist, Kran-^etl Mlvtafi and our all-star novelty com^^pany In thf great Imrlempio of
ixion,\'\* TO i^ati;.
ThesAhsBt Haircirowlng i'rorfBS known
tom-dlcal BahsMB, Th^ projrreM of de^^cay Immediately arreMrd. A luxurious^^u*t^rrie. Beard. Ky. I.row* and Laahe*.^No letters aniwernl unit** accompanied^with ^Unip. Hours from 12:3U^ to 1:30. * 'M^to 5:30. ^:30 to ^. Afdreis the Smith Hair^(irowimt Co., s K Montana, Butt*, Mom.
SHIRTSMADE TO ORDER
Wemake White Shirts from 11.25 to^12 Suit* to order from 11* up. Pant* to^order from |o up. Samples sent by mall.
!2East Broadway, Near Postofflce.
Costum*!,alaakt, Wie*.^^tc,, for nat. ^ r J * n^flUM prigsptW. 105 W.^siraiiit* btraet. Butta.^Branch 330 6. Mala St,^Mrs. PrW. Kaslniaa.