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Watches Best There is no watch for everyday use like a good American one. The best makes of American watches are here and priced very reasonably, indeed. Ladies' filled case watch from $8 to $s8. Ladies' solid gold watch from $sa to $75. Chatelaine watches, in silver and enamel, $3.5o to $35. Gents' filled watches from $So to $40. Gents' solid gold watches from $3o to $125. To those contemplating purchasing watches for holiday presents we will offer special inducements. You will find it profitable to see our line before making selections. Towle & Winterhalter JEWELERS 28 West Perk Street The... Fish Pond Our window display shows Sailing Vessels, Steamboats, Swimming Ducks, Swift Moving Railway Trains and other Mechanical Toys all in motion. Don't fail to see the latest product of the zoth century inventor. Mrs. Niedenhofen's 41 West Park. CHRISIMAS CANDIIS..., Every one wanots Christmas candies. We have made spe cial efforts to supply a large trade in this line. You know we are agents for luyler and will have a fine line of his goods fresh from the factory. We don't stop at Huyler's. We have other and cheaper goods. Paxson & Rockefeller's chocolates and chocolates and bon-hons in pound and half pound boxes at Soc and zSc each are hard to beat. We have them always fresh. Old-fash ioned stick at 25c a pound tin is a big seller. Trowbridge's chocolate chips Soc, the pound box is the only chip. The finest line in the city of fancy candy boxes and baskets. We fill them to order. PAXSON & ROCKEFELLER Red Cross Drug Store 24 West Park. Telephone 74. Richards THE BUTTE UNDERTAKER SIcc Ilcal Undertaker and Embalmer 140 W. Parkt., Butte. Prone 307. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY WANTED-At once, two experienced life insurance soldiers, Address Box a81, Butte, Mont. JEFF AND FITZ ARRIVE (Continued From Page One.) it any old night. I wouldn't consider such a cheap offer." "But does that mean you have retired ?" "No, I'll fight, any man in the world; Jeffries included, and I am still good for a hard fight. You just watch me tonight and see if I move around like a has-been. As for that nigger, Martin, he has no IT GOES TO FITZ. How the Champion Lands on Bob Now and Then. HOTEL ARRIVALS At the Southern. Dan Jacobey, Livingston; Tom Baird, Missoula; M. M. Marsh, Great Falls; R. A. Howes, J. G. Horsman, Great Falls; Thomas Shaw, Billings; W. W. Benjamin, Great Falls; Oliver Ingrand, Sheridan, Mont.; E. J. Prendergast, Great Falls; J. L. Kelty, Council Bluffs, Iowa; C. F. Lindsay, Bruce Hodgman, Denver; E. G. Fisher, Pocatello; J. F. Taylor, Minneap olis; Robert McArdle, Melrose; E. F. Carter, Anaconda; F. J. Egar, Stuart, Mont.; E. M. Burton and family, Helena; John Riley, Robert Baker, Salt Lake; Mrs. Reese, Lima, Mont.; L. J. Hanna, Philadelphia; John Coyle, Council Bluffs, Iowa; Mrs. Ed Hartman, Mrs. Ella Con ner, Dillon; Victor Anderson, Pat Dun nigan, Rochester: George W. Scott, White hall ; Tobe Roberts, Whitehall; A. R. Robinson, Ilavre; S. A. Badgett, Helena; J. D. Pritchett, Boulder; .aura McGregor, Leslie Cotrell, Denver. At the Butte. .John A. Rowand, Helena; Charles It. Doggett, Townsend; Mrs. Rosalie Dau seran, Warm Springs; Mrs. W. II. Edin, Mrs. J. R. Featherly, Dillon ; W. M. Fergus W;hitehall; R. M. Bradshaw, St. Louis; P. Allbright, Virginia City; G. R. Feath erly, Dillon; F. 1.. Sizer, Helena; C. I). Joslyn, l)ecr I.odge ; R. A. Weiss, Spokane; H. S. Boyle, lBenton; John Brain. A. Blank, Butte ; Tom l)aily, Anaconda; John Thompson, M issoula. At the Finlen. Mr. and Mrs. W\V. It. Rodgers, Anaconda; lHenry Mueller. Jule Smith, city; May 'TIemplemtan. essie "T'empl)lelman, Anacon da : Thomas F. Itihardson, (;treat Ialls: Edythe Williams, Hessie bulen, Virginia City: T. W. Pointdextcr, I)illon : 'hec C. Wright. Manhattan: J. M. Murdock ant wife, Mrs. F. J. McCarter, Jardine; K. D. Smith, Anaconda; J. C. lFitzpatrick, Al der; J. 11. Magraw. Culbertson ; 11. F. Col lett. Thomas Gibson, (;reat Falls; J. V. Wilkins, Bozeman ; G. 1. Gould, (;. T. Hill, St. Paul; Henry T'lyree, Dillon; R. Wells, )enver: J. 11. Fisher, Livingston. HE IS KICKING HIMSELF NOW (Continued From Page ()lne.) lady, "but-and she smiled archly-"don't you think it would look better if it had something on it?" He Knew His Business. The proprietor rose to the occasion. A magnuml of champagne was brought and his wealthy customer pledged friendship in the foaming cup. He had sold her $2,ooo worth of goods and could be gener ous. Before they parted the lady said she would return at to o'clock the next morn ing and pay $i,ooo down, the remaining $,000ooo to be paid when the goods were de livered in good condition at Basin. "But," said the proprietor," I want, you to return this evening just for a litle while, because the lights are on then, and there are so many things that look better by artificial light. Please come." Reluctantly the lady consented. That evening she was there, radiant in a new gown. The courtcous and appreciative proprietor had secured anl orchestra to entertain her. For several hours she reveled in the beauties of the great stock, listened to the soft music and promised further purchases. Then she went out into the night. And she never came back. The $r,roo check has not appeared: the lady has not appeared; the stock hooks show no sales of the particular goods se lected. The proprietor? He says nothing, but he thinks a lot. Will Have Another Chance. 5\' ASSOCIATED PRFSS. Des Moines, Iowa, Dec. .o.--The su preme court today ordered new trials in the cases of Philippa and Brooks, negroes, convicted of the murder of Marshal Sun blad of Lake City and sentenced to be hanged December i8. The marshal was killed while attempting to arrest the mIca for robbery. claims to fight me and I have thought nothing further about fighting him. Let him whip Corbett first." The "big uns" then donned their hats and took a short stroll about the clit, They were greeted on every hand a everybody agreed with the young I who exclaimed: 'My l but what wboppa " they are I" JOHN ROSS .LIKES TO MAKE LOVE TO SP'OUS' But According to Her Complaint, His Favorite Way Is to Throw the Dishes and Tables at Her. John Ross has a unique way of show ing his affection for his wife. Yesterday morning lie evidently felt particularly de montsrative, for he proceeded to make her presents in the shape of table itriji ture, according to her complaint as filed. Beginning with the tumblers everything that came to his hand started ,n a journey through the air in the dirdction of his spouse. The first two shots were unstic. cessful, but the third was an inshoot and went straight to the mark, causing a large black and blue bruise on her shoulder. Instead of being pacified by this demon stration of his superior marksmanship, be seemed to be more irritated than be fore. 'There being nothing left to throw he tried his hand at choking her. About this time the servant came to her rescue and persuaded him to desist. In the afternoon Mrs. Ross swore to a complaint against her hushand, whinc was filed in the court of Justice Danzr in1 Meaderville. She asks that her husland be put be hind the bars for a few days until he has cooled off a little. The hearing of the case will probably be had next MorA day. Ross is a blacksmith, with a shop at iii West Galena street. Buffalo Meat For ehristmas Ilklennessy's qe Meat Market 4 We have just received a large, full blooded buffalo direct from the famous I, rAllard herd in Flathead county. Now on Exhibition Everyone in Montana should try a steak or roast from this noble animal during the holidays. Because many will be after this meat you should leave orders as early as pos. sib!e. Turkeys, Ducks, Geese, Chickens A carload just in of the finest birds that money can buy for the Christmas trade. Mail orders will receive prompt attention. The finest, freshest ' and fanciest meats, fruits and veg etables at the lowest prices in Butte. Every day we have fresh sup. ply of the celebrated Bitter Root butter, cream and honey. Send in your orders." h .r Corned beef, only 6c pound. Fancy creaue:ry butter, 35L pound. Fancy pickled pork, tic pound. Fancy red apples, selcc. d ftc,', oln!y Prime roast beef, It 4 c pound. 75e box. Prime loin beefsteak, 15c pound. Parsnips, to pounds for 25c. Prime porterhouse steak, t15 lb. Beets, to pounds for 25c. Chuck beefsteaks, only Sc pound. Rutabagas, r5 pounds for asc. Choice mutton chops, toc pound. Carrots, to pounds for 25c. Fancy fresh eggs, 35c dozen. Best of everything here. At Hennessy's CLOSING SESSION OF STRIKE BOARD TESTIMONY TODAY CONCERNS THE ALLEGED BOYCOTTING OF NON UNION MEN AT WORK. DY A5NOCIArT,E raes. Scranton, Dec. ao.-The anthracite coal strike commission held its last session of the year today and adjourned to meet in Philadelphia on Tuesday, January 6. In order to permit the commissioners and others connected with the proceedings to catch trains, today's session began at 9 o'clock. The attorneys for the non-union men continued calling witnesses from Lackawanna and Lucerne counties for the Spurpose of proving that violence, intim nation and boycotts were resorted to in order to prevent the non-untion men froml continuing work. Everett Warren, countsel for the Lehigh 'alley Coal company, tiled the wage state ents of the conmpany. John Otto, the first witness called, satd all the merchants in Archilaltl,Pa., were compelled to boycott hint becaulse he worked in the mines. The second witness was a boy who was forced to leave the store he was employed in onl account of his father being a non-union man. ndlll the next witness testified that strikers tried to have hint forced out of the vtlutntcer fire company to which hIe elonged bscasll. lie colltinued at work as a minte engintter during the strike. ABOUT BUTTE. Orton Bros. Pianos and organs. John 1'ho'mpsonll of Miss.oti is in ti( city on business. If you hought it at Shermana's it's good. It. S. BIoyle was an arrival from Ihl. tolt this mltornlinlg. Lippencott & h)arrow. .,6 I'ctnsyls.ittia block. C. 1). Joslyn of lircr I.ldge is a guest at the Butte hotel. J. G. Bates, tuner, Montana Music Co., Swi N. Main street. Tel. so4. P. Alllbright of Virginia 'ity is itt Illll . today. sIMr. and Mrs. J. II. Cleave of Ilrr are visiting in tlhe. city. Adolf E. Hansten andm Miss Annie r.. Itatsen front Den)tver were a l'riet by l'v. Special Saturday SWith eaclth oc purchase we will give tmly a fine candy cane. Because we are tlhe only colfectioners ill Ilutte tIaking fine c~hoclate;s and hto-hons u r trade is the largest and our custiomes always satisfied. We have a large variety of fancy Xmas .boxes, Ileart Ihexes, Ildian lIoxes, 'la 'cy llaslets and Toys. Candied fruits Pineapple, Cherries, Apricots, PI'ache.s, P'luti s, nil's aIlnd P ars. VWe will pack your hox with anty kindl ot choice candy you desire and wrap it ready for shipment or mail. Le Cream and Sherbet for Xmas. We Ice ('ream and .Serbert It-'r Xia.s. WiV will furnish you with ant, fitvor yt d. sire :andl glarantlee it to be ;made o pure orean, NOT COINS'IAIC(I ANI) MILK. (Our Fruiit Cakes arc the best. We make and decorate any kind ofl cakes to ordetr. ,: MORRIS & CO. ,64 WEST PARK Phone 75 Fifty Years the Standard Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. Highest Tests U. S. Gov't Chemist. I'. hll l s t 11 \ . µ e .,11 11 1. ". II. .' ti, It . l , 1 .I tl l, l rl. \'. 1, . 11 1 , I, III1,, IlUlllillll!' :111 i\ 11,. 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Bray's little aunlhter. lrapc i ,, sustainell'd a fr;act'r e of I11.1r tell n;11111 ;last I'llThurs ay. W hile. l ll it r flliin 1) s.choo, she slippld and feIll on the ice. The Smart Set, Argnsy, Wide \V-rhl. i,'a,'rson's, Christ man Judge and funk, Ilirs.mnmn, Life and lots of new reading lallter at P. 0. News St.nd. 'Phone Ioo II. Wilson's $ BEE HIVE Montana's Only Exclusive "Toy House Is showing the greatest line of Holiday Presents ever shown under one roof in the State. Christmas shop pers can save about one half buying here. - The voting contest for Butte's most popular boy or girl closes at 10 o'clock tonight. Results announced in Monday's issue of the Inter Mountain. WILSON'S WILSON'S BEE IIIVE COUPON 33 West Park For voting contest for most popu. n t Nar boy or girl undcr i5 years of $ agea . ..... .. . - 33 West Park Street Name.. ............. Butte, Montana. Addre............. .. .. . .; ,ýr, . . ', tI,, I 111 III I ,Ne11 T 11 11 i 1 I ,, I1 .t~11 1" 1,1 . . 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