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Make Selections
Now
Most complete stock this
year to select from in our
history.
Only three weeks until
Christmas. We advise our
patrons to call now, before
the rush is on. Make select.
ions at your leisut e,
The more customers we
have the better we can do
for all. For that reason we
'do our best to serve all
classes, whether they are
blessed with big purses or
modest ones.
Make a small deposit and
have them laid aside.
Towle & Winterhalter
28 West Park St., - Butte
Niedenhofen's
Orand Toy
Opening
Saturday-all day and evening-the
people of Butte may see the finest col
lection of
Imported Toys and Dolls
Ever displayed in BIutte at Mrs.
Niedenhofen's. Among the collection
of dolls are a number of real beauties,
that must be seen to be appreciated.
These dolls are costumed beyond de
scription.
Opening Continues
Day and Evening
Mrs. Niedenhofen,
41 West Park.
COAL.
Of the best quality
And honest weight
].asts longer
and absolutely guaranteed
WOOD
Qf the same grade and
Of honest measure.
Dry as a bone.
S. J. MONROE
..city Office..
47 E. Broadway, Phone 276
Wilson's
Bee Hive
33 West Park Street
Bring your pictures
here to be framed.
We guarantee o u r
prices to be 25 per cent
less than any other
house in Butte.
CUT THIS OUT
WILSON'S BEE HIVE
COUPON
33 West Park
For voting contest for most popu
lar boy or girl under zJ years of
age.
Name........., a.*....* (rn-.
Address..................,,,,,,
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GAlES LONG UPON
FESTIVE HIGHBBALL
THEN DR. FOGELSON STARTS FOR
HOME AND IS RELIEVED OF
VALUABLES BY STRANGER.
At the instance of Dr. Charles Fogelson
the' police are looking for a suave
stranger, who stole the doctor's vest con
taining a certificate of deposit on the First
National bank of Baker City, Ore., a go!d
watch, $8 in money and a pair of gold
spectacles.
Dr. Fogelson states that he was robbed
in his room at the Hazel block on East
Granite street. It appears that the doctor
made a professional call early in the even
ing and then went to Jerry Mullins' saloon
for a few drinks. After gazing for some
little time on festive highballs, he started
for home. lie was accosted by a gentle
stranger who stated that he felt deeply
grieved to see an old man go unassisted
after spending the evening with convivial
friends. Dr. Fogelson accepted the prof
fered help and went to his room on East
Granite street. When he awoke the next
morning his vest and valuables were miss
ing. He could not understand at first why
anyone should desire his breast covering,
but came to the conclusion that the thief
did not have time to take the valuables,
so took the garment to rifle at his leisure.
The bank at Baker City was notified to
refuse payment of the certificate. Tl'he
other articles taken will aggregate $ioo in
value.
Massive ink stands., letter trays and pa
per weights at Calkins'.
TO INSTALL MISSION
CROSS WITH CERFMONY
Souvenir of A. L. C. Mission, Just Closed,
Has Been Received by St. Pat
rick's Church.
Impressive and unique ceremonies will
mark the installation of a beautiful mission
cross at St. Patrick's church tomorrow
night. The cross was received yesterday
morning. It is intended as a souvenir of
the A. L. C. mission just held at the
church.
Sixteen men will bear the cross from
the schoolyard into the church. About
those bearing the religious emblem will be
members of the congregation, many of
them bearing lighted tapers.
Inside the church will be erected a beau
tifully decorated canopy. In this the cross
will be exposed and blessed. This cere
mony will be impressive and interesting
because of its rarity. Following the bless
ing of the cross there will be a special
sermon by one of the missionary fathers.
EASTERN STAR FORMS
WHIST CLUB FOR SEASON
For the promotion of sociability in the
order and among the Masonic bodies the
members of Ruth chapter, Order of the
Eastern Star, have formed a whist club.
The second and fourth Wednesday even
ings of the month will be given over to the
game, tables being arranged in the banquet
room of the new Masonic temple. The
following are the officers of the club:
President, E. G. Davenport; vice presi
dent, Mrs. Ella Knowles Haskell; secre
tary, Mrs. Arthur H. WVhitcher; treasurer,
O. N. Perry. President Davenport has ap
pointed as reception committee for next
Wednesday: J. R. Bordeaux, chairman;
Mrs. O. Bishop and Mrs. Louis Shodair.
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
BARGAINS.
HOLIDAY PRICES.
Brand New Pianos.
Knahe ......................$450.00
Weber .................... 400.00
Haddorff ... . ................. 350.00
Decker & Son ................ 375.00
Hallet & Davis ................ 325.00
Kimball .. ........ ..... 288.00
Brinkerhoff ................... 275.00
Whitney ....... ....... ....... 275.00
Hinze . . ................. a35.00
A beautiful Baby Grand........ . 500.0o
Slightly Used Instruments.
One second-hand very fine Bech
stein Grand Piano, good as new,
original price, $r,roo.......... $250.oo
One slightly used $400 Kimball
piano ...... .............250.00
One slightly used llinze piano.... 185.oo
One slightly used Smith & Barnes
piano ........ ..... .... 185.oo
One second-hand Packard organ.. r5.oo
One second-hand Crown organ.... 25.00
One second-hand Mason & Hamlin
organ ........ ............. 35.00
One second-hand Chicago Cottage
organ ........ ............. 40.00
One second-hand Sterling (six
octaves) .... ................. 45.00
One nearly new Kimball organ.... V55.00
Brand new organs, very best grade, $65
and upward.
EASY PAYMENTS.
ORTON BROS.,
219 North Main Street.
Holiday Showing
A big stock of all the latest and most desirable
gifts now on exhibition. Come early and see them. In
this display you will find
Kodaks Kodak Albums
Purses, Fancy Goods Pocket Books
Atomizers Chatelaine Bags
Traveling Cases Toilet Cases, Perfumes
Huylers' Candy Finest Brushes
Cigars Smoking Sets
Begin now to buy your gifts. You will be better
satisfied; will get choicer selection; will find it easier than
if you put if off 'till near Christmas. We shall be pleased
to show you any or all of these goods, whether you are
ready to buy or not. Looking at them does not necessi
tate buying. We want you to see the goods first; then
you will know better what you will wish to buy later.
PAXSON & ROIKEFELLER
Red @ross Drug Store 24 W. Park. Telephone 74
DEMURRER IS FILED
ACAINSI ST, CLAI
ARGUED THIS MORNING BEFORE
JUDGE M'QLEFRNAN WHO WILL
GIVE * ISIOf'f MONDAY."
The demurrer to the information recent
ly filed agaitqt 4t. Clair was argued th
morning befe.. Judle McClernan by tA
torney Kremer for the defense and Yancey
for the stateltC .
The defense asked that the information
be quashed on the ground that it was
wrongly drawn, and the motion was gratA
ed several days ago, but the prosecution
was given to days in which to draw-up
another information. The new infornma
tion was duly filed, and it was on thp
demurrer to this that the arguments were
heard this morning.
Judge McClernan stated that he would
withhold his decision utltil Monday tatortn
ing.
IN ORGAN RECITAL TOMOB'ROW
Prof. Vernon Edward Matlack to Be
Heard at St. John's Church.
Following the evening prayer services
at St. John's Episcopal church tomorrow,.
Prof. Vernon Edward Matlack, the organ
ist, will give the second of his winter re.
citals, assisted by one of his pupils, Mrs.
Coup, The program follows:
Fantasia ................... ..... Tours
OIlertoire ................... Lemaigre
Pastorale .................... ilntantt
Chorus, "1 Am Alpha".............. Choir
Offertoire ...................... Batiste
Festival prelude ...............Janlsen
Four hands and double pedal - Mrs.
Coup, assistant.
Pilgrim Chorus................. Duboi
Andante and Finale first sonato.......
.................... . tlMendelssohn
Offertoire, "Give Unto the l.ord"....Choir
Magnificat ................. Cruikshank
Nunc Dimittis .............Cruikshlank
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
At the Southern.
B. L. Bowman and wife, Sheridan ; A.
L. Clark, Salt Lake City: E. S. Copen
harve, Bozeman; \V. S. Elliott, New York
city; J. W. Copenharve, Bozeman; J. W.
Gustat, New York city; D. Porter, Ilelena;
Ed. Costeth, Anaconda; George W. John
son, Augusta; Henry Tlherrioult, Polson.
Mont.; Thomas Morgan, Charles Mason,
Deer Lodge; Angus McLean, llelgrade: I..
L. Pierstoff, Bozeman; J. I). l'ritchett,
Boulder; Harry Anderson, Spokane; J. N.
Halver, Seattle; Frank Conlin. Dillon; i).
W. Kenler, Anaconda; William Kearl,
Denver; II. C. Eddliman, Whitchall.
At the Thornton
I-. E. Decker, New York; Willla
O'Sullivan, elena; J. F. Hoffman, lI)
ver; Andrew Robson, R. G. Hlerndon, New
York; W. B. Rodgers, N. II. Griffin, Ana
conda; Sol Loon, New .York; H. M.
Ilirsch, Des Moines; G. IIavehland, lHel
ena; Jose Smith, Virginia City;- H.- J.
Judan, San Francisco; Mrs. L. M. Hollis
ter, Detroit, Mich.; P. C. ,'hilds, Seattle;
F. A Gibson, New Poytn iile; Mr. .
Mrs. E. W. Ward, New York; C. ti
Monishers, Pony; F. M. Mason, F. T. Itar
low, New York; James C. Cunningham,
Spokane.
ABOUT BUTTE.
Orton Bros. Pianos and organs.
If you bought it at Sherman's it's good.
Lippencott & Darrow. 266 Pennsylvania
block.
J. G. Bates, tuner, Montana Music Co.,
Ig9 N. Main street. Tel. 5o4.
The congregation of Shaffer's chapel A.
M. IE. church, has decided to give the chil
dren a Jacob's ladder entertainment this
year in place of the customary Christmas
tree. The children are now being drilled
for the occasion.
The church literary society of Shaffer s
c'hapel, A. M. E. church, will give a spell
ing bee next Thursday night.
The Christmas Puck, Harper's,
.ceslics, Munsey, McClure, Strand,
Metropolitan, Cosmopolitan, Ainslees, Suc
cess, IHonte Journal and Companion on
sale now at P. O. News Stand.
Another Mexican Jail Break.
Phoenix, Ariz., Dec. 6.-It is report.:d
that another jail break occurred in Catna
nea, Mexico, a few days ago, in which 40
prisoners escaped. They were followed
by a posse, overtaken in the hilPs an il
two of them wounded and recapt 'rcd. )
NOTICE
Tachell, the Under.
taker, Has Moved to
129 South Main Street
Pithian eastle.
Tel, 311, Res. Phone 6848
LIVESIOCK AlTES
MAY BE ADVANCED
PROPOSITION TO MAKE THEM HIGH
ER FROM MISSOURI T.dQICAGO
SUBMITTED IN C - GO.
" *-
VY .i iiOL IAl tl lR 1sa.
i 'hicago, D)ec. 6. A proposiition was subl
lmtt.lt to the e\\'tern roads yesterday Iiy
the Atclhisoln, Iopeka & Santa Fe to ndl
Wllnce livestock rates Irom the Missouril
iver to Chicago rimt 12 cenlts a hundredl
o1ndls to 18' cents.
\II the roads,. it is rumnred, have signi
hcd their willingness to accept this ralte as
I.ir 1as it appiles tlo shmitlients west fit Knit
-.i (Pity, ht tihey decline to il;ke ia It ss
ia tle thit ' cents ftmlit( kansas ('ity to
.ll.i,.m. I he' N.aintai it e, iihowever, will
.liply the C 1 cent rate ' o nl mi tIiy on l hip
,lit'lls frLom points wort iof Kansas P it'y,
11 11r frot that poinit.
Last A.\ugust, when the (lli(agn lIreat
\\ ('tern litde its contract with Kniansa
( ty r;packers :a read muied the packing
)hm lse product ratle i antli 2. to l 3.f
yenah, the Atchisonm remduced the livesoinck
, lmt bitmh irmil sioais s tily tnrtl t Iroll t po tll
west thereof to 1. i'llIs ;i hundred pounds.
lih' otier Imnes did int meet thie , (enilt
,,ate tromin Kainsas ( its, bit did apply it
limm1 trtritiory West if xlliansas ( IIty. I his
li-c ialitia mtio. ('a;t.s the recmnlt h ritylg
1blfolr the lt trstalte commerce comm1ss.io1
i this city andti which case the commission
nw ivhas itnder consideration,
CBIoNET CRISIS IN OLD
MADRID STILL REDHOT
King Has an Interview With Senor
Sagasta, the ex-Premier-What They
Said Is Not Known, However.
lY AIS.,O IAl i11 I RIi 3 ,.,
Mi; ridI. I.e. 6. I te cabll't (ci seis mmml
tIlill . 'I he king has given nll e;111 xhallt ve
hc-rinug to the uien.s mi all pililical leaders,
shtingr himself ;aI t:llmnled .fill the deI
,tails ,of the sltl; tinm a)l nd ,I pp;art'llly inx
3fis tmo avoid 4 mdistlmimioll mi the chamlttier
which, owintg to the dlivilded stmite ill the
ibera; l plarty, i r legardell d iIn soNIe qllallter
as inevitablel . \\'itl hi tIs idea the king Iasi
c\v ningllu n siiii ium )lled i l liitr S llti; sl;i it
1 'otnerttlle.
il Ieavillg the Ipalace the ex prtmiller
raid that the. king declared thi;t ht e wo lt
; i mlnounce his i 'ecisiIii tIloday.
ORTON BROS. ARE NOW AGENTS
FOR THE KNABE PIANO.
The entlrprising pi:ao irlr of Ortonli
I:lrios. have aldded the renowned lnd pop11
ml.ir Inabe piano to their ahlrad) ime
line of high grade ilnstirtllumenlts. The
Knuie' . oi al'ccounl t of the anltiqtlily iof
14 inake, is perhaps the hu.l kinown phimo
ni the worhi today.
'tlhere are very wery pianoi hmouses in
the trade today thiat hiaie as sitrling ii
line as the folloh wini g: Niin ll, Kinae,
eller, Decker & Son, liallet & D)avis,
Iladdorfl', Briukerhofl,. Whitney andi
tinze. The fact that t his house sells
;the best miakes of pianos, on the lowest
possile iimrgill, o I easiest terms, and
carries the largest stock, makes it the
leading pian hoiuse in thile state.
licautliful inew piat.os ican ie ipurchased
rout this house for from $I85 upward,
u terztlp of $7 to $3o per monumth; in fact,
eritts can hi e mait de to lsuit the c Istom 'er.
hiall anud examine the elegant stock 1now
pni hand. ORTON tIT S.,
.'-r) North Main .St.
ADVERTISED LETTERS
Letters advertised at Butte, Mont., for
week ending November -,, rsa.
A
\V. C. Atherden, Mrs. S. F. Acklin, Jen
nic Allen, J. Andrews, Iliramn Allen, 1).
Nf. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Abbott,
Apie Ranch & Cattle Co., Sam Altman.
B
If. C. IBrubaker, Miss Maud Bean, Piete
Boutin, Ed Illewett, W. lirakensline, Mr,'.
F:. liiggerstalff, Win. (;. Ilailhy, Miss Annie
lBarns, A. II. BIallard, Agnes Irowning, C.
W.. Ilurns, C(arlo lionetti, Miss Eva Blar
ton, (. M. Brown, Mrs. Katie litrnes,
John inodeliherg, II. iowden, John Blrady,
Jas. Bryce, Jos. J. linaer, L. 11. ileason,
.Maud itarne, Michael s, Michael li:rn, Mrs. M.
Burns, Normin lroung, Mrs. Maggie lBon
tan, Peter loutin, 'T'hos J. Harry, V. II.
BIurns, W. M. Black, l'utte lIipt. Age:',.
WV. Beckman.
C
M\o. Connll, Andlrew ('oinolly, Mrs.
('onnolly, Antoiniette Cazoge, ('has. (lif
ford, Ed Casey, F. C. ('amp, Arthur J.
Clark, John Collins. Jas. Cane, Mawnlie
Carpenter, O. 11. (Clements, I'. J. Costello,
T. (. 'ardou, Ignazio Cadliolo.
D
louise 1)oisneau, Armcdas I)elaurier,
Antonio l)ezzduly, (. A. lJ)lgcr, Earl LDunn,
Edith )aizicl, '.mma l)umison, Miss I'lora
I)eKay, ,Geo. Diowll, (co. I)oney-- 2, Ilar
ry Dunleavy, Joseph D)orsey, Maurice
D)owneuy, Rhinchart I)eshly, RKank I)elancy,
Miss Virginia l)esJardine, Miss V. I arell
-, KW. I I)avis, Irank 11. l)avis.
S. E;rwin, Alter Ehrlion, Annie Ely, C,
II. I'.aton, 1'.. i'scalet, .M rs. Jas. II. '.l.s,
Hudolph Elckert.
Miss Annie fisher, II. 1). IF urnier, I.
N. F'ournier, Ilnmer Ferguson, Frank
IFlynn, John Forbes, Jacob I'yen, James
FI:yer. Jack Flick, W. II. F'letcher, M. J.
Faley, Jas. A. Fleming.
La;wreince (rn,llilx, Miss D)ell (,rave, Miss
lDella (,oodwui, Mrs. lattie GIrigg, Mrs.
lillian (,reen, Stephen (,lasson, Miss 'l her
sce (Grillin, ~in. (Coggin, W. II. Green
wood.
H
Mr. and Mrs. T. Ilammond, T. B. Hen
derson, Alnon S. Ilostop, Mrs. Annie
llohnan, Arnold Hugo, A. W. Ilann, B.
Dan Holland, Belle B. Holmnan, C. J.
llosett, C. M. Hardinge, Ernest Hamilton,
Mrs. Edith E. Howard, Ed. Ilogeland,
Fred Ilaidwick, Miss Fannie Hill, F. S.
Hayes, Joe Hanson, Mrs. J. J. H. , Miss
Mine Hiellstrom, Mrs. P. L. Holland, Pat
Ilhint, Sam Hoskins, Sani Hutchinson,
William A. Hester, W. L. Hamon, William
Harris, W. A. Hlann, Mrs. Patrick HIol
land,.
Fifty Years the Standard
Awarded
Highest Honors World's Fair.
Highest Tests U. 8. Gov't Ohemists
Mircll Josep,Ih, Mliss Illnnah Johnlson,
,Mrs. Clara S. Jennings, Henry Jackmain,
Ca('rl . Ihnson.,ll
K
,John Kiely, Frank Knlohla, Johnt Klilng
Icr, Charles Kntz, E. S. Kellig, C. A.
Kicne, Frank Kun, II. C. Kirth, Josephi
Kane, Miss l.ois King, lhlwrt Keatey,
Mliss Salome Kleini (.), W\Villiani Kelly,
\Villiamu Knuth.
L
Joseph I.lnchcesi, Miss .es.her, A. M.
I.ohlie, Chrislia:n larsen. Mrs. I',nu:a A.
Leach, Evan F. Let is, 1 eorge W. l.ewis,
Miss Ida I..nechesi, Mrs. John I.argent,
Mis. J. It. lytle, Jach Ii.und, Otto I.ar
son, Sillll illl r.
M
;ieorge MIerlill, Mrs. I). T. ,1llphy,
Alex Morrison, Miss Miller, Anhrey A.
Mel;se, Mrs. ('oral Mitchell, Charles Mecr
ring, E. Martin, lehnry Maillahd, lhelen
Merrick, henry M. Melon., Isa; Nicih
elo,,n, Joihn Mctz, John A. Marjensoin,
Ihn J. Mailen, Mrs. I.. .. MoNa, Miss
Mlyrlile Mathte.s, MIrs. .l ,.ic F. Miiler,
I). Mcikle.
Mc
Mrs. E. II. ,McCrskey, Miss lina
Mc('hlllaind, Mrs. W. McConneIll, Frank
MhlJhcelon. W. C. NMcE:vcilly, IPat
rick I.. lhctii.irr, Mrs. II. McGovern,
Mrs. IlcG;,ivc.rn, A. Mcliintyre, J. (,. Mre
Inltosh, R. I.. Mclenle, John A. Macken
zie, ('laue McLennan, Alex McMillan,
Jas. I). Mel'h.ee, Joseph Mcl)Donald.
N. O. Nelson, Mrs. Mn:y Nord, I',Icer
Norton, Arthur Newlmanli, Mr. and Mr.s.
Fred Noyll, J. Nu i;inen.
O
Mrs. ('Keefe, Miss (lara c)lson, Jamt.e
O'Neal, Jamces (Con)nell, Jhn I('. O)ws
Icy, Miss 'atlheriie ()'Neill, NIiss Kate
Olson, Miss Nora O'('oIuIor, I'aIis IV.
Oyler, 'i'lihonas Oshorne, WV. O'louike,
Mrs. W. Ii. Otte, Eric O)ina.kaineni.
P
Allen Pierce, Mrs. C'ora I'lrdv, Mrs.
Belle Parker, G. Y. i'atters,io, Mrs. Ju
lia I'ayant, WVill tenny.
Q
R. II. Quirk.
Mr. Riggs, Mrs. Clara Rerce, I:d IRed
iniond, (; . . Rainie, Mrs. Minnie Russa,
Odin Rasnnussen, W. R. Iichlley, W. F.
Rogers.
Fred Schmidt, N. Siione, IlHarry Sta;rk
Johnii W. Shryock, James Sweenry, John
FIremont Stewart, Joseph Schiiiltz, Mrs.
I,. Strowridlge, Mrs. Iillie Sclhrader,
Miss Laura Shinard, I'. C. Storcy, Miss
'ilde Swanlsonl, C('harle's FK. Siiitlt, iGeorge
It. Sm itth, M . I'. Sm iith, M1. G . Siitllh,
Jasper F. Smith, Senator Gold Mining
loiimpliaiy.
Eflie 'Tihonipson, Mrs. irank S. Taylor,
George Tutitle, Warren N. 'Taylor, \ iI
liai (G. Trevarthen, Joihn Tuohy.
U
'1 I). I 'la ld, Alralani Lstl ih.ino, Mar
ket P tah.
V
Seba:stiallo Vist tti.
W
liertha Waiitmier, John W'ooloughan, Miss
I'.Inia Welsh, I- red \\ tlhatuis, Miss Ida
W ood, Dr. Kinbell W\aleistein, J. i. We.-l
iher, J. E. Watson, Mrs. J. It. Warren, Mrs.
Meta Wills, Weslcy J. Walker, Mr. aindt
Mrs. WVIii. White.
'11 11(1) & i.OUI, 1('1i :I. SS MA I I I.I(.
John Kelly, Miss I'.. Mcl)onald, Mrs.
WVii. Ohld, Mrs. James Hyan.
GEO. W, IRVIN, Postmaster.
Suttoon's Broadway Theater
Three iNlhts, Comnnencing T'uesday, )e
cember 9.
The Event of theSeason
John P. Slocum presents the itRKI'. I.A
SlIEI.E COMIC OPERA CO., in the
magnificent $25,000 production
THE PRINCESS CHIC
With the beautiful talented artiste
CHRISTINE HUDSON
JOSEItPl C. MIRON, the famous and the
greatest comic opera cast now tourinlg.
6o--People-- n
Prices--25c o $I.50o.
AMUSEMENTS
The Broadway Lcait.
Phone 5S. DICK P. SU'I'I'ON, Man'gr
Friday and Saturday Dec. S, 6
Matinee Saturday.
ANDREW ROBSON
In a t'omnhple l Scenic Prd.luctin of
RICHARD CARVEL
I)allnati,'l fl1 \'WiV ton ('11hur1 h l'
l',i,.,tes . 5c, . 5, t, 7 ,, $ I ,m l . ,'t S1.o.0
Two Nights" (ommencing Sunday
December 7.
" 11 t l st o lttlion hre of" JspIlh .\ thlur's
Ie';altll l. 11odrali,1,
Lost River
lilction of Jolh', ,Murry. A p; ttoral
love story diit h(ol iits, phinoumna.l I n1
ni New Yolk.
ItI is Inul dul,:tnati , Iuisi'Ial, I atllnu:it.l l,
whole!h iln'.
50O-People-O50
Ala if.ie t scenetl ry. I l.u)IIli'te.
horsies. , bicy jlih race, Id toll ralc, IIIntl'y
on lu"stla, shelpherds, c ett, I',it't ' -
5', So'. 75c, $1.0..
GRAND ""utte'"
Finest Theater
Howe & Marks, Mgrs. Plhoile .;56
j Nightl4 :nil Sailt rllday I.,lIill, , co ln
Thursday, Dec. 4.
"Rinlg gill" and letlre scats flow for
KVrkrr & .loile''. New YVlk I ,,io nIC
The Telephone Girl
I)irettion of Max I'lmh . 'I I, IEver
lasting flit, ireplete withll ,sh ihia s, 40
pretty girls. Joe, Kane as t liiL s Nix.
Usuiial popuilar prices.
Sunday December 7
Fiist I lne in this pity, the 1)istiin.uisheil
Actress,
FLORENCE ROBERTS
And excellent compaliny. Sunday, Mon
day, 'uesday, "Zaza" (lew) ; Wi'. nlllday,
'T'hursday, "Lady Ursula" (new); Friday,
"'('a ille'"; Saturday iatinill andI v lnillug,
"Spillo."
P'rices- $S.00, 75c, 5~c and .ci'. Seats
onl isale Saturday for entire engigli e ili ntii.
L[ PETIT THEATER
", muiiirly Suittoni''. Family 'I'h ait, r."
W eel k coli nclll.iilng with Iilaliil r' I,1-(n*l
hl' 7, at :12 5 p ln
T'he Country Girl
A high cl;iss conmedy.
Vaudeville Specialties
Sei MAJOR MAG1( ;I ;R, I, chalmpiion
lur,oadswordlsln;ill, every evciing ait R :15.
Matinees Wednlesduay, Saturda;y, adll Sun
day, at 2 :15 P. It,
Ajiltissiotn----i c, -,,c, .jle. !ntlirc change
of bill weekly.
SP Thee tor
57 E. Park St.
NEW PROGRAMME.
PHILIPPINE BATTLES
The wOiudcertul Craig tauilly, llliacrobats,
(:hirlse iiagicia ns, ditnlll'r undIIII r riihcul
ties, savilng WOlllln and children. lnll a
dozen others interestingl suljleclt«. .lennio
Alton, dramliatic soulranlo, ii her illastrated
anild other songsi. I.. Jay IlBrownII. the expert
hone ani.d bottle zelcllhoniie.. Irol. Iailey
and his troup of intellectlu;ll clownl digs,
and see lReublen lPali Sand his or iginil hlun.lt
of nonsense, and other spec'i:lties. Con
tinuous performance alterioonill alI evel'n.
ing, 2 to 5 anlld 7 to 0. Il\dllission. 15c;
children loc.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
BUSINESS OI''()'ORTUNI'I'IES-- $.6, prof
its mnade in one week bIy my Ellai, The
)Only Way" nlmethod of slieculation, on each
$1o00 invested. 300 clients will vriy this
assertion. Illvesrtigte lnd 'satisfy 'our.i elf.
$25 andl uipwird alcciltedl .Iy clienllts
my references. George i'. Stone, ut 11al4r
Urooklyn, N. Y.
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