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Pianola Was Made so Everyone Could Use the Piano Is it not strange that ANY ONE should delay investigating an instru ment which makes the piano so useful and is capable of giving so much genu. Inc enjoyment? All visitors are welcome whether curiosity or an intention to purchase orompts the visit. The Pianola can be purchased on monthly payments. Sold only by MONTANA I1USIC CO. ssp North Main Street SHERMAN'S Exclusive Piano House Montana's Largest Piano Dealers Henry P. Miller Pianos Bush & Gerts Pianos Schaeffer Pianos Wheeler Pianos earlton Planos Victor Pianos Estey Pianos chase & Baker Piano Players Victor Talking Machines Pianos Tuned, Rented, Boxed and Moved. 129 and 131 East Park St Butte Montana COAL. Of the best quality And honest weight Lasts longer and absolutely guaranteed WOOD Of the same grade and Of honest measure. Dry as a bone. S. J. MONROE ..tity Office.. 47 !. Broadway, Phone 276 Largey Lumber Co. All Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber Estimates from plans cheerfully given. Spe cial attention to mill work of all kinds We solicit your trade.,,.A Telephone 547. Office and Yards, Iron Street, East of Arizona St., Butte. IIMI$ All Kinds of Coal and Wood. CITIZEIN' COAL 00. No. 4 East Broadway. at Calkins'. LEVY IS BURNING TO GO Reform School Seems to Be the Only Refuge for the Youthful Crimi nal, Who Has Been Convicted of Theft Several Times and Then Released on Account of His Tender Age. Elliot Levy seems determined to wind up in the state penitentiary. An infor mation was this morning filed against him in Judge .McClcrnan's court by Assistant County Attorney Yancey, charging the young man with burglary. Levy has of late figured in all sorts of escapades. Only three weeks ago he was tried for burglarizing Briton's hardware store oni South ,Main street. lie was found guilty, lbut the court was incil.ted to be lenient with hint on account of his ten der age and of his old m'other % h, begged for judicial clemency. It was decided to let the boy go on the colndition that he would he good inl the future and his course since that time has beent wtatched with in terest by those interested in the boy. But Levy souldn't be good. lie has re mained away from home persistently and has been engaged in several que+tionalfle transactions with other bad boys. The other day he was arrested again and the county attorney and his assistants decided the best place for the boyt was in the state reform school. The information filed againtt Levy charges him with having hurglairlced the "Puck" cigar store at No. 65 \\'est Broad IN SPIRIT, NOT IN FLESH Mary M. Zuba Says She Is Married, But Not as Men Marry.--Examined for Her Sanity Before Judge McClernan-- Imagines That She Is Maltreated and That Her Family Wishes to Poison Her. There was a strange and pathetic tecne in Jutdge McClrleran's court this onl'iing when Miss Mary M. Zuba was xcannited for her sanity. The woman was accom panied by her brother and a neihlbor, a Miss Parker. Several physicians testified that they had cxamined her rand were of the opinion tihat she was mentally un balanlced. lHer brother was then called and stated that for about two ilmocths she hadl heem ,-having in anll inane tmannter and was a victinm of peculiar delusions aind terrors. Ilis evidence tended to show that for so.ie tim:ie past she has not been re. slponible for w hat she said or did. .` part if his story was as follows: Qi. \\'hat :ort of fancies is your itcr Siutl ti. A. \Vhy. shite thinks that l, is lmarried to a yitnog inat that site kntow;. . .She is single. is site not? Q. .\uo t how hli is sotir -ister now \. She is 36. i. )Does she fantcy that che is really m.rricd ? A. She says that she is carried in the spirit. not the fle-h. Q. IHas hie aniy other dheluiotns of the sa.le sort ? A. Yes, she thinks that 'te arc ttil'.. to poiton her. Q. Was there ever before iany insanity itn youtr family? A.. My iinthlr Sett L.sane, but I think it was soft'enuln rf the brain. LIVELY MIX-UP OVER HOUSE George Reeves and L. Turcutt Arraigned for Alleged Resistance of an Officer Committing Malicious Mischief in His Presence-.-Little Drama in Which Landlady and Overdue Rent Figure. George ReevesC antd hIs 1 .111 r o I,, L. Trucultt wCere .trrait cllte tills rllTlllig before Judge BLaIlc uolnpi the hii.::". of as saulting an tll ficer and entered a pIl'a ofil not guilty. Their trial was set for I)ecem ber 26 at 3 o'clock. There are also chartges of tmaliciouts ltii chief and disturbing the pieace against bith men, which will conic uip for hearing at the sahte time. 'he trouble occurred -esterday a fternooin at No. 324 East Ptark :treet. anid grew out of a dlillerence between landllady anld tenl a;.ts. Reeves stated thlt hei rents the fur nished premises from \lrs. I eorgiana Mac I'lerson. lie drpi cd bchind $1o in his ri-itt and he avers tlI t lat- Monday while he and his wife were absent M.Irs. .1ac PhCrson1 took posses.ion of the preInises and put his 14-year-old hoy out in the street. Reeves consulted his attorney, .M. Le Plane, who adLvied hill to regant posses Sion of the hont e. It h ie id e-o in an ainca ble manner and to i id atil :u;:inst intrusion, locked and nailed the dIor. SALVATION ARMY PEOPLE ARE THANKFUL FOR MONEY Will Come in Hand,,, Says Do.,e!l, Who Thinks the W: k of the Ce.,.;s 3 Progressing Veiy Ni-cely. In an interview this miiornling I,. II. I)owell, who is in charge of the work IiI the Butte corps of the Salvation :\rnl, and district ollicer for the Montana divi sion. spoke concerninlg the ailairs and g.e-i eral condition of the crops. "We are vecry grateful." said hlie. "to Mainager Wharton ofi the tstreet car com pany, for his interest in the enluse ii donating $.- to hilp on the good iwork, at a time when it \i;as most Iineded. I have been in the S;lcaution Army twork for t6 years ind have visited nearly el ly city in the l'Unit-ed States, and I canl truth fully say that I have lcnever Inet any otne \vho showed a manlllli(er ir m lore gu.e I ,4 spirit than Mr. \\Wharton. 'There are plenty of people il% I.-rtr teI lt tio e inl syIt I.athy with the carut. but will In t i\te o-titi dollar to helpt thinu . aloneI . (hi the wihole, however, I iinace found tile Ipeople of tiutte very kind t,, us iand willing to lend us their aid." Mr. D)owell went on to say that the work of the corps wals progressitg very well indeed anll there u;as every rcasitn for enlcouragenment. CHRISTMAS TREES. Trees I Trees! Trees! Not the awkward, limbless tree but the elegant, symmetrical Christmas tree. Carpenters I Carpenters! C;irpc liters Not the lazy, indolent kind, but the active, energetic mechanic. If you want either, or both, telerpoliue No, 732-M., Shackleton & \Vhite.,,:'- jub bing department, No. 516 S, Main stre t. way in February last. At the titte o' the burglary 1. Heiman, the proprietor e( the store, swore to a comtplaint atgtr: Elliot Levy, Fred Ilahn and Joe Johnson. three Ioys. Heinman rclaimed to have bc.ni robbed of cigars and other golods value, at $.,,on0. The three boys were found guilty and sentencted to serve long terms in thI state reform school. Ilahn andi Johnsmin were s.lt to the school, but Levy was atl lowed to remain with his mother, as h, was the Ioungest of the three. The Ioy hbehaved himself pretty we'l until last Septetmber, hen the Itritn hardis. rec store was burgtlari7ted. Again a.,vy .,ls tried and again found guiltt Iut alloied to remain out of the reforn school on good behavior. Fred Ilahn and Joe nJohnson. the bom, now in the reform school for hanvinlgra' sisted in the rohhbbery of the "Puck" cigar store, mill ihe hrought over front Milhe Clity to testify against Levy when tile ca'. ti.ies lup heore Judge Mct'lernant fI. trial. The city and coumty o.lcial.s are tired of the ,boy's eriminal aets and he will likely he sen..lt to the reform school until he at,tin, his majority. t,,. llow old wis .yotut"r fatlher t5lie, In i i O t crazy 1. lI was 58. I. lOSw old ;tas Ihe whn hei died? A. Fifty years old. Q. You mean 6o donl't you? A. Yes. lir.s I' lrket r stated that she wa.% s a neiglhbor of the woman and had bteen wi'i her a great deal, as Mrs. Zuha was very oil and th.y ssere afraid that Miss Zuha miight do her oine injury if left altone with ht.. She went on to say that at times the pIn tient was violent and had to ibe restrainedt The woman hterself said that she was s. years ohi and did tnot remnemtier how ilong she had lived in .Monitata. (i t eintg qttuestioned a1 tI.' her rtl atiol . tilt lit r iothiler, slit r ,i'ltild that hiL mnother was nut doing i, y , , (.l for her. Sihe refitseld to -ay in ihat i a.i her mothsi w.t iikiind to her, but inlstedt that thcre was something wrung bettws vii thut \\'hen a.ked if her t.i, thl r lhadi rieqd t l.,oiy, hl.r, shel replied: "\\%e will lea , t a.t to the (.Its. hey ty it-ir oi " )n i hing i lit ijostin dl :tis to I r -ihult iles, she said that slht ias -'in'lt in Ii tl , h, but niarriel in the -Iirit. Slh tih lv spoke rapidly for lto or three - itnn 1 lt her word,] were m l.l n n o,1:, h;10l .1 alllaril t lt aninl g. I urii n till( ( xi l l itL a timn the womuiti stared vacailtvy liforn her. lThe .t, ittatiion S:' cta o tlel is ith the ionmai 'ti testi ims,-. .hl Iing :i l iaiir .1 insane and Comluitted to .\1'al 'p)ib gs. Ic ay- thalt hl e \;a- ..t httlrme y sttetdlay altternoonI with hijs famintly lithen Mrs. Mac I'hitron uid J1lit;eemaln \\ aitsh applearetd upon the scene. Riteeve's ,as advised tu openi the door and ias soi as the tls andi bolts were wtihdra.n, tit' landnaily and policemlan rushld in. I Ien a general struggle ensutted. Actrdingl to eeves. Iht believed the pilicetanl Ihad no right to itn terfere inl civil Iiatters without a writ, and he dcefended hijitttlf. lit allhege, that tilt policeman drei his revolvetr, then I lurtteutt struck him in the face. .Mrs. .Macl'herson state that shite was adlvised to get possession tit her house anld that 'lTrcutt and Rteeves broke opetn tht doors yesterdaly. Site says that 'tollcellnan Walh refutd to have anything to do \.4tlr the matter until he saw thIt the doors were t-ill:ing broken open alt ] t i toI atteilnlt ed to plavc the men nlledr arrest for niali Cittts lllnchltef c onulll itttI 1 hlis presencle. tHe sas het was attiacktI by ieteves anti that lihe was struck by l trtut t n.lt his fist. lie states that lite did not draea Is revolver iulltil he hadI bet i i ;.s;inltedtl au l land thratenett with a knife and hatchtt. WANTED. We would like to ask, throui.gh the col tumnns of your paper, if there is ;ay per son who Ihas uised_ (treen's August Flower for the cure of Indigestion, D.epjsia an I I.iver Troubles that ihas t bietL et curetd- end we also mean their results, tsuch as ,sour stomlach, fermentationl of ftodt, halhit ual cn-tiveness, nIervo'ss desti.tpsia, leatd itlithi. Itespo., tttlettt fttlinti slteeptt.8ltsms . in fact, any trouble- connlectced with the stomaclnh or liver? Thisr etlicine has beten sold for many years in all civilized Coun tries, aul w wist h Ito cuirrtespnd with you andil send yio ontr of our books free of c st. We have nt ver known of its failing. If'o sot-mtThitg more seriuis is the mlliltter with youl. ReCgutr size, 75 cents At all drug gist',. ;. ;. G Ireen. W\ ti a iry, N. J. Fir sale- by the Newbro Dlrug company .n11 tih J. T. Finlen Drug tomnpany. CHRISTMAS TREES. . 'f- r s! Trt,-! i.t.it the awkwardl , limu ici s treet, ib t tiht t Vi iit, syllll ltrical ( Iristrnut tre(e. (artpenters.! ( rp iter n arpentiers I Not the lazy. int oli nt kindl, but the ;active, niit0rgetic mIe.ha;tlit. If you is.ait either, or t th, telephonelt No,. 3e -. tihackletn & \Vhiteayuu .s jol) ping , iart11,_ 0_ `; . c- - ;. .l tt' st l A Sthing v, illi ive you as much perma. L:t ipl re ;and sati-fic titlon ill your home :-s n 'U- uical instrumentll.l. You nrver tire tl it. to to Orion Biro., 21.t North \a:nil -str't. and look over their line of bealutiful !i!:l .s, organs, utitars, violitis, manldolins. banjos, miuic rolls, music foleit,, th; .r, tcns anl sheet music. 1.O lpricey, e. y payhe nts. .Meet me at the Phster. p: PAROCHIAL SCHOOL EXERCISES MONDAY CHILDREN OF ST. PATRICK'S WILL HAVE A PROGRAM OF UNUSUAL EXCELLENCE. lThe pirlthial 1f 111tth closed yevstirday for the holidly.. St., jiosph't it Walker uille ~ndt the SaicredI Ileatt to st aI'utrk struct h ll exercises y s.trda.i,. antld St. P;itrick's school \\ill give its ~ llr tml as prgrtimi ,lotlndy at o'clock. hl'h) e ..elari ce at St. U'( trltikh s pll.tl.oly to Ie of tiitis'iil illtlte t. as it is lv lar the largest of the parochitl sciihils aud The program it ill open stith a thor iis by titled "Ilow We 'tught San;it,." chool can feel justly proud, will tiider a selevtiton, after whilch there' will h, , slng tu.ulut'n. by a itthe. ,I lilth lit Igra e chit d tl . t l tlortt' oil h MlrI.tl till recite "Holy Night. " illlterl 'Ich NilI lie Walker YERSi S SIO,. (hlrEle I..c,;. :',1 .hhn hIe , tllatton the insltrlmnllll 'tal Iu - It. will 'reider "lhe Slig, ih Risd ." I'.pils is the upper grades ' il . '~ a e tlth 1iestin, "R hesolved. I hit a11'or 1'nions I'rs ti tIhe \\'elfare 1 th t,. i t minp 'a.." a hIe, ' chat's will .ing "\ .int . It the' I ,l , I)al I g M1l then," Ind a ru c 'rt of b. ys and girls will recite .he I ri't11111a Star." Itichiard It).kor trill t'u'g it i \\St'h re the Ilillo.s It Ill , it . .111e l ttit l ',trick's o rchestr an w ill pl t. the " '11.11 h.: L the Tixies." The I .urcis,, \wIll h,1.0 SOUVENIRS AT MAYER'S STORE COSTLY GEMS GIVEN THIS WLLK TO PURCHASERS AT BUTTL'S POPU LAR JEWELRY STORE. r (1 it ing this week lots It ha,,l l a.int 'l' a g.lit this is the Ii''"..t lhlin , that caul h.I l 1iv 1l . Whik1 s aPll " h ., h ,l.i. i l nlht ... hb ontl it ., ( hl .ese water c' l1ts, make l'IInsuic . lnas l, ilt'. _~. Se hetal at l | I 11.'. We Are Selling our n ild y I1, k i g d, : t :a l t,' plrice .I111 , hIII.I ,It ng thi ,Ill, r nc' Io ad t rtisitg. \\'e u.u;lly 31 ni sever;al hi ihed doll;ars ill ,,It. tlin-llt our Nmas stuI k. I his yiar ;1 we give lui th' :,lhSt ti- iney. \\.e have spared Ino elfrt i bring I., .the IhS .ltlst ;tltl ; live t ; i~L i li lt C t of lit ufsi. 'tiue lr nt Pl'erf.lne., tinl,4 ki7 g S., I , ''ilhtt S Its, Shaving Sts, .'l icure S 1tjt, .i lit;tty .l(ihn, ".. l iaby sets, Mirrors, ('tit (;lass, T',h,;co Jars. Pocketbooks, Tratelin.. Set,, S\\i t ha gs, I'tt t t I h iiit s,, NEWBRO DROiG 9O. Largest t irug House in the State. 109 N. Main St., Butte, ij Ir. Iti A t'rtIi 1,1 tht tii t \O I rteI States La. d Ollict f et a, tel. i on t +un , December 17, 19v-,' : "Notice is hertl y given- th1;t Jt ot1111 I., kin5, fwhos t ie 1sit 1ich 7higrei is B utte, .\1lIotaua, has this date filed his application tor a latenlt for 1,500 liet ar f1t1 , ht t- 1~ ,8, ietl t weste.rly ;nt 1.4t ,7 ifet tcia tiurly 'fron poin, t of dist overy in .tlit of the. t l:antic Slope i ode . ii c itiig 'li ll, upont . hih a nit, ice oft ilttelltion tI o apply Ior a li;.tl it was posted on the - p lt day tf I) ,.::ibtr, 191)2, 'ituated in unorganized Sil tin g I)istri t. Jellersofll outllllty, I;Itt y of il, ttna, designated as Survey No. 67134, i, fewnship 3 l rt , 3no ,r ang-e 7 1St, beiLng .,it: h tt egi ing at I the forthe., at cornl r t i a granite tone set inl tjie gr.nt with mound] of earth alongide,, a dl marke,, I-(,794 for (vornr No. I , froAi which the qluarter s .eti t orne fur r on the south i- n, . ltry of Stction 34, T|oDwnship .1 north, Range 7 west, hears north to dlegrees 27 minutes east 1978.5 fect, and runninvg thence north 87 degrees 43 minutites we.st 1505.3 feet, thence south 7 degrees 15 nlin utts west 4(a fe:t, thenice ,outlt 82 degrees . 8 mlinutes eat 1500.1 feet, thence north yy d('degrees 15 minutels ast (ul0 feet to the Iplace of begilling, contailning a;n area of 18,21 acres claimed by the albove mnmed applicant. The location of this claim is of record in the recorder's office of Jefferson county, Molntana, in Book ".'" of lodes, oin page I.tS, There are no knnwn adjoining claims. FRANK I). MIRACLEI, Register, SAll'I':EL I.h1RKER, JR., Attorney for Applic;ant. (Fist P'ublication, December 18, 902o.) MATHEWS' DIAMOND IS UP Whole Family Are Charged With Grand Larceny, Over the Trouble Arising Out of the Pawning of the Stone in Rose's Shop... Mother and Son Are Not to Be Found. A 4'har.4'1 lg Whit IJi,4414,.l l, 4'al4I4'1 at $15.4. is th uli. I ci t t4*4' of .144 i lit of olrl41 t Ih 1W 1ritii4 1'4 '' 1 c'Tl, Iby \\'illiaiur ltllh'e~ 4nd Ili. ti '. A ill inl 4441,,44n cha.rgin '14, \t.h1,,ia \I( SI.. \411 \, 41 \ laiiit sr t r 'sI, J .. x114 \I4' r \ \4 , ill 44 ' \ Iii, ' 5'.I'l, story,4, 444,4 III lo', l tror 'h cilt 144454 (· 14 1444444141) N1.41i4 ill ,!ll· Si',4 t.444,1 ' .444,! iIll(' ,I gIi .14 4!i444 444I44 ' 1444 atl ti ll 141 44 I( 1 14 . 44 4.4444ill 1'.1444 .4 in tlneaioltl . 2t1o1(. ,ls tlllll that tilt, ,Ions'l hall horn I t-II1. 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Ticket Office, I05 N. Malii :,tree Butte. Montana. H. C. WILSON, General Alt Walker Liquor House 12 West Park HOLIDAY LIQUORS OlI Rles erv \ h .i;), .1 h,,I ....... 5 ,I, ;k hr .................... so Atlll rl'l. l ( . . . .............. ..... . .. 3 .g \\I. I" ILISJ I'nu t 1 alt,,r i., NIh, cr t,.l, S10l;1t, , .A ng, / a , I ,kay, I',rt, Shl rry, ;t l( t, I. 1lý ibl pri, ., lH ckbcriy irmd ly Runum .nl vwri. ih ; ii the I.ijlin r line. Jiultilay ('iaru , 1. ; id .-:j: 1ill 1i b ox. For the Safe Invest ment and rapid accumula. tion of your' surplus, talk with Giles, 79 W\est Broad. way, Butte. Kenmmerer Coal Sold by CITIZEMS' COAL CO. No. 4 East Broadway. ... iL iicri cimintti InIl ai sitnarch fir tlhe 4nn andt t;1,4 Ill, 1111.ther. t 1111 ither have\' been i, i t n -ijlc th0 .t dal . Atcolding tI lhe u.'ry 41hi1h .alahewl gav'e out hi \\i I thet hilEgl o\llaer of the Iliantnil. 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