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T.hejPluane fs. on, exhlbitUn at our' satore, 'No. 119 'Borth Main .treet,.. and visltors are always ,welcome.' The-lerely curious as .well .s, n-' tendlaig purchases are cordlal y In Vlod. to.e.ali.aod ezamlne and hear1 tthbmwonoerM1 Instrumnent play the; piano. Sold on small monthly ;pat'.men s, when so desired. 'IMONTANA IrUSIC CO., 119'N. Main' 8t. ,on.41 t Pan~ny 'Oood~ W. 'H. KLEIN,' Manager 209 N rMalh 6t.;Bitte, 'Phonc 2944 Te Read ;and To Write rat home or atoflice; for pleas ure and for (business; prit ;ate I .r professional. ,Everything : 'ou want at EVNS' BOOK STORE 114 N. rIain St. Typewriter Repairs Our repair man ,served years in a faatory and we :make old type-:! writers good as new. Several second-hand machines in perfect condition -very cheap. State Agents for tie "Denamore;" the giew Cen tury. All kinds ofaudlteu s. CAI INS' K SThIE Chol y--You look oAnfort* able, bam. Toe-V-Yes, just lad fine breaktist at- the- restaurant Plpes rburated at my house, and all hands had to.ome down town: forreak fast. Cbolly--Plpes burated In .my house too; but we. all had a :sloe, quick breakfast, cooked on thee gas range. Atchison, Topeka and Santa ýfe Railway Throyhb line from ,.enver to Kansas 'City, SC Joseph, .4ta)lltsa. hi . Galvastop, -",r tf aexico' and atii.it camps of.,New Me:.loo.and Arlsota. For ticiets.and ·eight -rates, apply ,to agent O.,.;on Short LAae, or Rilo: Ual4 Western, .Butte, Moat Or write, C, 7. WARREN, General Agent, t.. Lake City, Utah _..AUtXI AIWD WIP*W 1L3 ,or' ,macltlualai or*e'k .ao. tUESTION AS TO OWNER9HIP Stromberg & ]tillins Claimed to .e in Posession of, the Defendants' Saloon Under a Bill of Sale. William Hawkins and Florence Mc Auliff were tried in Justice Libby's court, at Meaderville, yesterday, on a charge of petit larceny, but after the testimony had 'been submitted the jus 'tice dismissed the case. The 'complainants were Stromberg Mullins. In their complaint they al leged that the defendants, who con ducted the Council saloon at'th," corner of Park and Arizona streets, had taken from the cash register $42.80 after the place had been attached by the. com pla.i.ants to satisfy an alleged indebt edness existing between the parties. An analysis.of the various ramlflca thions of the case showed that prior to December 25 the defendants 'had charge of the saloon 'and were conducting It along .lines demanded by the thirsty, but on that date the Btromnberg conm panl secured possession aind operated it until the 23d of this month under a bill of sale alleged to have been agreed uplon by both parties. Took Forcible Possession. It was allsged that on 'the 23d the,de fendants took forcible Iptnesstion of the saloon and took $42.xt) from thui' cash register. ,ntgilving his testimony John .Strom befgsaid. he had given nu one 9ermis ason to take tllhe money. Mr'. MeAuliff tnstJblied that when the Stromberg compllany book charge of the .place neither 'he nIot' Ilis pa:teltt' was . After learning ,of the seizure he had tried to settle the matter .with ltrom Jberg. but failed. He said he had always considt'red the saloun th , property of Hlawk'ns and hinself. and, oiling Upon that liypothe mis, they had again assumned control on the 231d. lie ,denied having taken any rmoney from the register, adding that t' o register -was locked. lie admitted having given the Strom berg company a bill of sale. lbut said it was a conditional bill and it, terms had been complied with by h.s partner anti himself. I'tlon the showinl mntde by the de fendlants the justlce dismissed the chat 'ge. MISSIONARY STUNTZ ARRIV'ES. Lbays Filipinos Ave Rapidly Becoming iPeaceable and Christianised. (By Associated Press.) San FrI'lantcisco, Jan. 28.-R-.v.I onmer C. Stuntz, superlntendent of Methodist mis sions in the Philippine lslands, arrived here on the steamer China, and will make a trip 1o the Eastern states. lie declares the Filipinos are rapidly becoming pacified, and in regard to churchl natters says: "The people are givingl Protestantislu a very good hear ing. "About 12,000 assemnble every week in 'esponnse to the effotrts of the four Inis .sonary sncieties working in the P'hil Ipplnes. IN HONOR OF SAINT SAVA. Servians of_Anaconda anct Butte Cele b.ate 'Together. ''hte Servlan Benevolent society cele brated last evening in honor of Saint Sava, the festivities taking place in the Audltorltiu acnd being participated in by 4bout 100 muember's of the society .esid lg,:in this city and Anaconda. It wa' the annual event and the fourth flme the society has celebrated in this sec tion. Dancing and other pastimes w\\'ere followed by a ,banquet. 1MSN . 'ALBRITTOd DEAD. She Formerly Resided in Butte and MI~ad ldany' Friends Here. M1rs. J. L. AL'irltton, wife of Rev.' J. LJ. Albrlbtton, .ormerly pastor at the JMountain Vlew' ahurch In this city, died .of Bright's disease in Salt Lake yes terday and will be burled toomorrow. The dead woman was well known and highly esteemed in 'Butte, as she had lived here about three years. Mr. and Mrs. Albritton had a son. Dr. Albrlt ton, practicing his profession itn Butte it'ev. Albrltton is now pastor at the First M. E. ehuroh id Salt Lake. CANOCLED TRE ENGAGEMENT. Cold Weather Knacked Out the Moving -Picture Show. 1'.he engagement of the moving l,tc. tlll're show has barn tcancteled by Malln ager Sutton of tile Broadway theater The first exhibition was given Sunda l evetnitg, but was not well patroni'e.Jd, probably ont accouot of the intense cold, .and Mr. Sutton concluded that It would be useless to continue the Iperformanct dullring the week, the time for which it had been booked. TO EMPTY BENCHES. Judge Boyle Finds No One in Prison ers' Row in Court. ':Wounder if I seared 'etm all off," dis tnally remarked Judge Boyle as he looked at the empty seats In the prison e's' roW\ Ill police cout't this morl'ing. "(lulesS I've been too easy on the boys and they're all getting good?" sagely re marked his honor as he aceptqd the plea of guilty sent up from the eedd rooms by M. CG, Weller and entered a fite of $1 for dtruntkenness. Th"ere were no eases in court and the apeetators in for a warm and an enter tainmnent . filed out i)rotesting while ('lerk Winn sadly folded himself up and retired to think of all tile money the city was losing In Ones. Badly /Langled. (Washington Times.) "D,1 you think he has been warped by bis tpo!tical ambittpn?" "Warped! Ile has had it so many dif ferent .:a a ..at it .tMs twiesed him up like a raan's horn." aDE&aaraX T P;.O3EUDZNS DIS NOEViIDENCE N REQUIREDOF 'H rM JudGge farney Regards the Charges Against Thresher as Trivial-Dis misseu on Xotion of Plain tiff's Attorney. The dil.armeint proceodings brI.'i,'lt In the .district court sgainst A\llturly B. F. Thresher .by James M'. ll ,Ii. a miner, was dismissed at the 'i,:l uf tIv, hearing before Judge I.tlrLy y* . Ii day, and the court expressed lIhi .i,ini."i that the charges were tiiti'l it Ii al ht that the practice of cllents brl,a'ilI dims barment proceedings againlst Ith.-I !.,sl advisers over e\very misuntdi . ililg that arose between them s!onicil t1,." ,l, couraged. Sullivan charged Thresher a ;ti :,; Induced hint to sign an hi--!rari t Is, which he thought was a morte.': .,, tiii which turned out to be a de.l In I ) ring a house and lot to T'hreslth Judge HIarney said, when ,sn'!: :, ":1 testimony on this point was ali ;,. thet it was tuUlvan's duty to r'aid l.. i.,l. It not being claimelnl d that hb. ai :, ist1 ., to read. It was cilalned by Thresher Iii:. thi value of the legal servl es I, 1 Id. r 'I Sullivan by him in defenlding Ih,. InI It r ih several criminal anld elvil Ipr. di. ns was $880 and that all the mmnly S.ulti van had ilaid on the iitciunt a as $ii. Beside thait ulliv\'an's InterIe' t III t i. property transrferrel by the ,I..."1, a house at 310 Virginia str'eet. \ s mot if sufficient value to lihluidate tihe .htaii,'. Bullivan Made Poor Showing. Thresher was not reqlullred I,. Iltl inl evidence in his deflene at the h.riing, as the showing mllde 4y Stlltl\ i d:t not support the charges. When the plaihtlff"s side hut tlunished Judge lHarney tlnnouniced thuat l i- i, made out agultiust Thresher Hi s nltt good, and Sullivan'" at t orePy ui.t edi that the charges be dnismissed n.nt thnt was dune. Sullivan Is tlh maln who was batl"iei corpused out of Jail by aw\\yer 'ThI ' 1l 'r after Mrs. Sullivan was dead. 'I'I rlirshi claiming that Stllivan was in jal .IniI v a commitltment to keejp his wlf".''a IIa. and that was inlt llcelsal'y hii l ugI'l' as she had passed beyond hll r-ih. tullivatl was charged with having lgshiwnii great brutality toward his wif'.. Mad there w ,as a dlivio.,- prIol'eedindig li.stitii i' against him by her pnllding i% i ld il at.' died. HAS A lOU0D TIIM STEEL TRUST PRESIDENT IS HONORED ABROAD. VISITS AUSTRIAN EMPEROR Mr. Schwan Hir.e a special Train and Thereby Causes Much Astonishment Among the Natives - He Is Given a Swell Dinner. (tly Asr-ia tedl Press. Viennlla, . an. 28.-'tl'e reeptI 0 Charles M. Shn a, at thll A'us; ii, ',p ital was at splelidl one. The e-ii .'iir i. quoted us rtaying he would gladl. ,\.,i come the new.s that any ulllilr, of41' Americans were coming over her,.. :1u I ble meant to shaow that In h~b r.", "l a :,, ii of Mr. Sehwab. The 'stetel trust's prlesidelnt It.I,. ' record in getting an InvitatiL, tI, it h. court ball. 'All the invltatlons hIal I,,i' since ceaeed and all the books ,I I:e" court wet e Nblosed. Went to .the Ball. .The answer at tirst was "lpllttssil,.'. but that tIhere i~ no '"lmpoaldJwe."' I' , shown 'by the, tact that Mr..and Mir.a. Schwab were pretsent. Thereby 1li.y saw one of the fltest sights in t .t. w. r'JI -a Vlinese court 'ball. Mr.: Schwb maule a reeol'd ati i1ston Ished people lhere by ordering a s,". ',tl train to take-hMmn to Jltudapest. So enthualastle were 'the "lIluutllUali,; over his large-handedness and nli'llrl.l'" 4n the mnltte' that they met hlt Il w-ith cries of "BIjeni Schwab," -as hit' arrlivt"' and departed, the first word, I lluay I explained, meanlng "brave." Is Given a Dinner. He was given a dlnnel at Ihi- IIt,',I Bristol, at 'whleh there werac Ip"-rllI, among others, tlhe Jhereditutry t''Prli',e Metternicth, I'ount SzalHary, 1)' i t,, 1. done Mr. Melhwabl the 'honors Itn Hu.l.I; pest, as president ot' the Park ctlb n-I sldeltred there onet, or tile ilnest thlltl., i. the world: ('ollllt .tt Sterlnberg, Herr Not\ 'k of Prague, onel of tle leading uuntIitI . olal tmen iti Austria, and llerlren l'hrill.'. Arthur and Ernest Wolff. Dr. )eg'rio Wittgehsteln, tli, Iargesl steel tti'tn it Austrla, gave a ,lrty ,tt Mr. Lt'hwab's ' lua lrl' the nighl Iil ii n. Mrs. t~'('lwab left. They went dlirect fr'om that party to 'the tLrainl, a nlov'r which raltier aslto. ished 'the guests presentlll, but whcllh Ii.1.. Schwab devretlbed as "l'he wa. t, .I, things in America." Compensation. (Cleveland Plain Dealer' "I see that Mrs. Depew is ,.,inilg home 'with 12 trunks full of Paris gl, ,,>." "But do you really think that ,,r.'t,:i having a huahand who thinksh I.'s i: ways funny?" There Is ..a large nlmber of Ilfri.lt IhauIal "bee hunterl" in the w'-s: anl! aquthwett of Texas. HSmall et:-.Ns antll dark recesses folrmed by shelvinlg r'li"t abound along tile watierway~t of IhII, Te*an rivers. They are the natulral hite of the wild bees, .and take the 'pIl-e-' of the Ilollow tree trunks of the f,orest re glons af .the n.orther-n country. 'I'lhs. eaves are used year after year by the tbees, auul 'in many lnstances the. have been found 'to be literally fitled with honey. W1IRRAr AMSRWR IWMRS OF LUDWIG .TIWGXER CHARGE HIM WITH FIAUD. VALUABLE PROPERTY INVOLVEDj H.1Ei Say They Were Told That No Ong Could Be Depended Upon in the t, Wild West-Murray Makes General Denial. Inllt' Iiti old asllt over milling properl' broughl 'by 29 (4ler'man heirs of Ludwig Htrestherl, against Julets A. Murray, he I tlefeontlldaltlt Ihaua flied a new answer. The, I plaintlif' llege that they arte heirs Lto the muilng l')properl'ty In quention locuted I wesM,L of' .'ltlutt, antd that Murray ':anlll' nI oltitlitenl4tinl Of it through purhasl't' es lll In witllh Ilthey were Inlductel to parlt wtlit I it Lbi fraIl . ''lat'ey ask for $150,000 dt-111 agol front MI'I'rr'y. In 1 his aKnsw' the defendant dlnil..s lhalt )" rteeited 'oyaltiles amounting t.t $130110 il. O 1nce ilying tlhe priopert y or in;.' I ia.LI ,tl Ia nnI(lIltiLtg toI $LI t t10,000 n1' i' hlylulg the pro.ptllty or any royalties e" ,itltlt.dllt1 $11,31n' !i 3' o IIught the IIIne fori $.10, ,end he say. that that auet wat t'l Murray Deaies Fraud. 11it 'ltn3i1 any knoIwledgt' of fraud iI th,, tr.inllactlhn n by \\'hehh tlhe LtrtPhh,,r her,.'. ,i'lartd will| th; ropertll y anid Ii MIrant l h,1 ot \\ntir f it, tiallnd he alsks I-'0 trl'h i, d31 s1 llm1 .i l . w ith his 'osl s . 1in + O ln el anrll l .il lg lleg a ti o n ls o nl lr - ilg 1h, allleged fraudulelnt tatenllnin mlade it thlta by hletter while Ihey \,i', |ti (.'ellntt y It orde I o i. A nduce tlh. r nn it. lo len t he'Ir grip on lth1 lines. The nWpild and Wooll . King firWet. itl'lIh 3 tt' $Ill1h3l,0 . ,'I. l .l t~·I hI' bouhnllt II IughI tilllll. iroertll fIro lll 4eowy' A&t (iluth .ish r lprewistd.l the ( lermnlIll, through A.1111 rney It. A1 . Nornberg111111, whoi I lleanigntl wI tllt't re1 en' l ol the I1'111ii o piragentsn ed atld vival Ithe saig. tint Iald wII pintying into R a hands. The .Wild and Woolly West. I in i i lli,.tll tl'ri d the property Murr.|l tr $5000, for whhch he bought It the inanlcution Irlh the persn of AI lolrn .1 totsent.,hal, %\ ho 1 1 ulll'L) s 1i ltorlloy In fal f'r King. The p'laintifts ci., im that It was, , r,'lr .sentedt to )hoot that "in the wlhl West\,t thoul;,.Iu l mileh frol l 4111I |F'ranllcl ' 1. I ,1111, v.,11hl be depended upon," mnlli this "Mo•utl11i Judges and attorneys baluhd lot wrilt, lI1 r i o\% Itiam'il ." It was xl nh i'rpresil,'1d to theIa that "real estate titles 11.,11 the ('Mrstl of the 'lnlt ". "l'he 1n+t11""$ of th1 mine:: are thi' 'ig, I 1'01"oon. it 11 l Nurl ow (lunge, The t" mlall hhis .,anot it) tolhed the IulhegeI royalli,,, rv+ol\ed by Mur,'aty which ,:,e given ;t VaIue b. the.l of $150,00)0 DIE.D SINKING "BOOK OF AGES." James H. Hickman of Dublin; Ind., Ex pires at Revival Meeting. (1Hy Assolialed Press.) 1)ublin, Ind.. 'T i.l'.-'~2 .- Jat-h es II. Il kltk catin. ,u'ld 70 yea.It, dropped dead whliI tlihndang rehl va1l services at the RIIan. It n ,loth, dils'l l':pi.,'+Hpal hliu ft'h, 111,1r M|rgani' ,o . last night. He tts singing "1,c1 of Ages," Iwl had JuIst flhin he'l Lihl last line, wher' I says "Let lee hide timyxelf In T', rl.,'.'" whelo' I,, fell lf.less befotl the altar. COURT OF CLAIMS. Scheme for International One Present ed to Pan-American Conference. Ily Aunocliatted I'reas.) Mlex r., 'i.ty. Jan. 28.-" The project for Itr ' Inttrn.tloutill court (of' claims w;::4 ,lrE.sentE"lll at yehr l'dal. ' nemsonll of theq i' i an*· l ti-arIt confeiI E n l "i ,. Thoctghl it hits. lOt a.,.rE:t'Led the samell amnounti of altt'lJtion as the arbitratllteo treaty, it I is really of greater politialll iimporitne.. It is inl reality a c'ompullsory arblttrattlio plai, allpplied, however, to c:ontroversites itnvolt Ilg nothing but pctuniary clainms Dangerous Crimlnals. (Ity AMNslelated Press.) SeattlE-. Jan. 28.--Thomps Dwyer' and Wllhlarn ('unningham, believed to bi dalg.lerotlui criminals, were arrested yes terday at Kent. They are charged with beating antd robblag a Japanese at Kent and thlootllIg at James.- iart, a lawyer. Thd .Jaunese identifled Dwyer as one of his assailantst. The T'acoma ipolice arte '.laxilous to get the prisoners on a c',harie Iof burglary. Proved Satisfactory. (fly Associated Press.) Hlan I'ranlsc'o, Janil. 28.--PThe P'ullh (e'oat sI-hlenislhipi cEomlpany's new steamer Dpokane- was givenl her builder's trial yesterday tand proved in every way satls factory. She, developed anl average speedlt of 14,4l kniot. She will b;, given her of licial trial tri'p oni 'hursday and will sall on Sunday with passenge-rs for Hanl Diego. Diggings Are Rich. (Hy Assoc'lated Pr'ess.) -Hattle, Wash., Janl. 28.-John 1'. Ma loney, a la;'yer' of Junieau, who arrived heIre y.-sterday from Alanka, reports thatt Mush rl'tek, t ttLhe interior fromn Portecu pine, as rich. He says the diggings will ylo.d $25 to $30 a day to the man. 'iThe creek ls z12 miles long andt aur'Jfer'ous Its entire l. ingtlh. Money for French Canals. (Hy Assaelated Press.) Pal's, Jain. 28-.--'he chanbetr of dlep utlies y storlday begatl the discussion of a bill a:utlorlzinlig Ihe completion of a lnuLbeLr of projecteeld waater-ways :anti eanals, involv.inlg the- experlnditur'e iof ov,-r 600, .1,), i00 fra n cs, Herbert :D. .ennett. (Ily AssNocate-d Press.) ('olultbus, Ohio, Jan. Be8.--Herbert 'I). Bennett, eiPresident of the American Dis trlit 'Tellegr'aph company, died suddenly at his ]oeine in this city yesterday of lheart diseaset , aged 84. Tried .Them AU. (Harlem 'Life.) Allce--I believe Maud'' fiance says thait what he most admilres in her le hert marked Indeplendence of judgment. Terone Yes, She was the only girl ini her set who would lacept him. A WOMLAN.LAIMS EHE IB IOLDING HER TEAM OF HORSES. ALSO SOME OTHER PROPERTY Defendant Ii a Constable and His Ofcial Bondemen Are Parties to the Action - Defendants Make Denial. 1I. ('. D)orey. 4'nn4t4 hle In Just i4' Oli.'n's wourt utl 4on11h 1tol l P', 4and11 1). J. ('ahn'l'4s, Poter' P1 I,.rmo4 . l 4n 1,I \ tilllhlll $n4wetney, 1)14 ofllhh I 14n 4,14ln . \ 'were ll4de4 dteft'ndanlI t 141i.1, II4 tI n lt brughtl by' ]lori'4'4'e JohlnI4l4 in Ju, U ,,, Nelso4 n's c'l 'lurt to recover 4emi4l. lon4 or it It ntl of hor10.e,'h,i dou1411 se o41 (* 1llrn' .4, it 1ln-1 hler wa4IIon and 4e4:;llven. 4erl hnx, or(' 'sei'ur. Judgnent for o 't$,.? , lh.. nllepd val u11 olf the properi l , lii4I4 li4r l4 Ilth JliIw4I'.tIentf fo $1111, 1n whhý 1 1 ni m tn lt mb alleges lshe 4 )' b(IeeI I, II 4 , e 1 l by vl4 . n 11| of h l yn111*j 44 fIlll, | iii., II 4|44ll4lll44,4414441414 h 4l4l' i4414' g(4V Inllg he, it l e rllrl ell o i' Ih," pr,, '1..' LI Ill her in4olnr l t sh.l Dall4eg. l4h, nt 4t tIs,, 141th nor hli.s inl ih 4I '4, lni 4 le l hh 1 4'o44v' r',n4lgfu4llyv t1oo41 ple.--.,,4 on of thre prop.1 4e-ty 1i n1111t4l44l 11 h1i ot 4ilil duly llder' It pretended writ ,lf illta.hlmenl, hlnVitt I44 14 '4l*'4l 11l II4 ' 1 .II4I4 44,. 4',iIII'I 14 , 4. 1 4',411 g'II $ 4its orIg4n h14II 4 4i4 4444'111'0rat ' 11In wh tic l\eve t.AllntIth ins pl;h lllItf alotI . . A JohI slna, II. ', ('.4r4ll.h h1e41 l a41l11 1'. PT. i' I.,ph Lon were defrnhlnlt', that on i fhe 1th of t 'he motlh 4lI . dl ' enlniled I h) re 4444 or the p'ropl ty4 I, Iie,, biut thi, n1'' - n.onl of hl r'efu4 al h,"' hIns been dI nl - gedi i1 laddltllon , o tlhe 1 u4 ' of the' Makes Gen044444 Denial. In t4l.e nnwl ol', fw .,1 ...,n nllfer' 4144 0oln4 pinlnt was h11an4 ,d ,to 4 lh JuIIstli , 'the de f1nd lni4 d4 ny oll l 44h4 . lnln 4tlff4 own4 t the, 4 prop41rty o1r th.d it i ,. worth m4ore 1hal4 $100. They -ad4 [ll I4,1 s,,.444 r? e o4 f the pr1I44wty by hie conal e i,, n lh, fit-- oln entlloued, bh o l all ol th a t 0 \ ,l ,h nn \\l ls th en the owner and l hl t it was In hil Ilon - 444 4ll 1 'r w ill h ' nir,.' I1n 4 l4444t l4 'Kx SARNtil[ 'ON WAR HE.WROTE A LETTER WHICH WAS READ AT CLUB BANQUET. IT IS AN UNCIVILIZED CRIME Says That OGeat Britain Hatving Re fused Peaceful At Iitiation Is Re spousible for thie Extermina tion of the Boers. N.w York, Ji:tI. . "''tIi, killng of men I' flr ingle, I11 jll 1.i I \" , 11 1 111 %oll as i .II'd1 1 th e I '. F' . o'i' lill , li' n ., I I h. M .tro - I o l i ita n ('lui lt) i' l ( i( 1h i. " Is th e f 'm lh'M I ilt I i'ii u1 mrilt i. lt ,,I ' .11,111 W ei ' 1' sIii'11i l dI1 u1 'llli )ln I to i% hi h i l 'ir \illal Ils ll I.,r lliBrhl tine under eill.l w l'farib i e . "My I'll ew l I l ' LsI lis iS ill i n ruel l nIl', of tael I T a HI ro 111 ,,II I 1t- n 1 s thIln as ,lvllizd' Itlrir'an W("hO lle' nmw le Illl ll 'le p lro g resll l l iin l l I. ; t i o l ' c nll l it 'lillizaihon, as illnIl I. 1 " ('null Iliit no hti' llr I bllhl lit I'lor lII tl ting hO Ii i - do ' trl litl ill o I!., i 1lllq,.. lh 'll h llriillt tiir ull i'i f.l( l ii~ , II l " ii. ,,ni II bital tu111 of one p mot),.,' Britain In Responsible. Misledl that the lu1 th i whi i refutae ipea.i ftl 'biy h rlitr l I ' h'll Ir lihlh ' fil lellt ,Wir wlhic h e.flui li . lll.latan haillnK dore this In its dlstputi,, wilt thll' Tri' nls vaal rep'lubl' IM rllo1 iilllltie forL thl' o ex- i'terail tust oft br t. mlt i l hJ oli(' ( 'hrl - l "'l. ut let p 1111 l i m I 1 'Illire e b 11r that'lil wel arPe 'today engagdl iIn lhol olin 'down tI'hrlsllan lllipi ,.s wh ., only i.lme lia that (hey I l edI uch " ine." prilnlplH, of in dIpendenre. "It is |ad, that ho,,h blrAl'llhesl - of the I lily a sih iai Il'''il lll''s . I tl Lhcl Ilo-called Jnos, . II tly lllilzed rare Ishould rle guilty of ili t,. t st nl Riilian-d I, .i w4 ' a w o rLk lin g I'i'i'ill ti' W i l tl 4 "l lll pray Mi ot li'i ii ' i nliy 14v liM to tean Beks in Two ay. (lly Asl l, lbin,.l Pr'i.ess) A nIII tdon, JaIn. 21. 'I iIs rels1u1lln 1r A us piilper limarket tli, it dir'l Itllilof ,h Jtillt e i lt , toinl.. ny . r .4I nw on bill I 1l l way. output of the That Co'it tive Dontlars. fl' il 1144 It hUll~ 'ill l lt , kid HUii 1 ,"i'ai i31, l nId by 10 ir il i l I af itr ll l Steamer Blaks in Two, 'i v y Ars,' l ur14I " ie r, lt'6 l,4 l it. Antwvorp, Jaih 1%,, 't lit, t nner Aul - froT the Wli ll illt.i s, for i at burg, w 'nt ashore this g l'l i Il1ad, at th i the iof the heldl Hil'll l t nati h in t . bok !t1 lT hel, ne r(Phal!t 1 lal hi il(tr It1 a a1o t.) l(I,1 thei hild, r iu s i' o' inll h ng to tlue fron ahen huth' ristil;, l tl '14 d u11 l l tan nl.od n ot long ago, and Itlk' u ihlny liter Tpay a vi mit to Joaul ll, illr, poet of tean Sierrah , who liles iIl It chanyiyg v"lla inllo ther n hthrsa osIlm Iolhills, lerolit tl l "What weill yof 1 hi,' 1e to drie wnteo ".'ive hdollars," las lle response.y lloon rivedl He paid "e drir and as about light." Doctors Out of Town as Wetl as Butte Doctors Are Cortlally Invited t( get prices from us for any surgleal Instruments they may need. l:ntire new' stock, newesat and b4ost surgical instru ments at lowest E.stern III itces. ,CHRISTIE & LEYS Fine Ixtracts 12 N. Main St. BUTYT Window .ilass Put in On Short Notice IlKees he house wartr III'II nI' inn k ieep dt,\l the coal 4ill this clinter. welt her. CARDER WALL PAPER CO. C. V.,,einazman, Prop. King leock, 1115 W. Peark Sutton's Broadway Theater Commencing Sunday, Jan. 26, Wtllh 'Thursday Matinee 5Days of Art 5 $io,ooo Display Buffalo' Exposition rlcKintley's: Funerak High Class Vaudcville an Connection Prices Reduced to soc SUTTON'S _ fAMILY THEATIER (One entire wieekI(, c'n) enlllcllrng Sunday Matinee, January 24 The Famous Original and Only alvin Joslin T'l" piay that has made mllions laugh. Flull of (itomledy, IIsIH UIIlln, reallHtisi , I.bau tfutl 'qucrly, clmv- r t.a)pciltllin . 180 iHnu hs in 1i80 tIllalitttt'. 'No Raise in Prices Eyesight Is Precious 'Our guanrntee and butwines charaoter back of very pair oft gluasee "tat we fit. t(raduate op. ticl(ln at your slervlce , itI.:N. Don't Irpay double pricy' to irivate otlne quoks that are not graduateeLye ph ysicians. The Jeweler .Owskley 6Miek, "Butte, Mont Anlnternal iRemedy and Absolute 'Cure Periih's Pile Specific Also Regulates and Corrects All Digestlve Irregularities. Maeutactured by C. A. PINERIN, M. U., Helena, flontana. ror sale by all druggists. Send address for explanatory pamphlet. the 'Retort Crushing. (Chcago T'ribune.) "Well," salt the man on the oppoette side of -the street ear to the p-aeiwener who" had been Mtarlng at him in an bl) senta.rminded way, "do you think yoallt know'anethe next'time you sec nme?" "Why, yea;" replliel the other'. r'e.OV. erlng himasef. "A man can't eae'y'fore got a f.oe4"4e yours: Why donl.I'l yOU have it changed'?"