We will present every customer that
makes a purchase of one dollar with a
SOUVENIR PLATE fREE
The plates are made in Germany espe
cially for us, with Five Views of
This is one of the nicest Souvenirs
ever offered by a mercantile house.
It makes a very appropriate present to
send away to friends or relatives.
Has arrived and we have on exhibit
now some of the latest decorations in
HAVILAND, COAL-PORT, ELITE,
STOKES, WEDOWOOD and
Many Austrian and German Factories.
All New Importations
Made in t9o3. We have no old, bank
rupt stock. Our goods are all new
and exclusive patterns which will
Not Be Seen in Other Stores.
Purchasers looking for Holiday Pres
ents should not miss seeing our dis
20 North Main St., Butte
Perfumes, your odor,
In All Styles of Packages.
Lowest Prices in Butte
CHRISTIE & LEYS
Honorary graduate of the Ontario Veter
inary Coilege of Toronto, Canada. Treats
all diseases of domesticated animals ac.
cording to scientific principles. Office at
Morrow f Sloan's stables, so4 South Main
street. Telephone agp. All cases n,'.ptly
The Grotto Cafe
HAS MOVED TO THE
33 East Broadway
Our Prices will remain the same
125 C. PaL, PhonLe S
ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS
IN THE INTER MOUNTAIN
NEWS OF SPORT WORLD
HAS BIDDY FIXED IT?
RUMOR HERRERA AND HERRERA'S
OLD MANAGER ARE FRIENDS
AND TOGETHER AGAIN.
Fromn private intformatliot received yes
terday it seems that the break between
"Biddy", ishop n"tnd II rrera wtill he
patched up and they will again trot in
It is to be hoped this is true and that
"Biddy andt the lMexicani will againi visit
It was reported that (;rinttt would int
show up for his no with Hilly W\oods,
Bishol,' big scrapper, and there is a plos
sihility that the match scheduled for Ana
conda this month will not occur.
t;rilmtn iteegraplths that he is inot int con
dition to go on and for this re:ason the
Mountt laggin club is castintg about to
get others to fill the date.
It was suggested that Ilerrera atnd
Benny Yanger, the "Tiptont Slasher," ie
sulstituted, but there is little likelihood
that this Mill occur as it is said I lerrera
needs a good rest and will take it. The
Mexican woultl like to get a match with
Yantger, but will not le ready to meet hint
for sonme titme, and whet lie again appears
in the ring he will he at his hest.
There is more beltild I;rinmm's statement
than merely an indtispoition. lie has not
recovered front the fright experien.ced
after the walloping administered by Ilugo
Kelly in (hicago rettcently. Woods is
about tile toughest prolosition on the coast
and as (;ritmmn is conlsiderd(' the hlardest
uti: ill the rinig to knlock out this tlatch
would have been a whirlwind, and giv en
the talent a go for their money.
EASY FOR QUEENAN
DEFEATS WYATT IN THREE
ROUNDS IN BOUT AT NEW
BY ASSOCIATEI) I:PRESS.
Vancouver. B. C., Dec. t s.-Queenan
easily defeated Wyatt at New Westmin
ster last night, putting him out in the
third round. In the second round Wyatt
went down four tintes and the first blow
in the third finished hint.
"YOUNG PETER" WINS
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Baltianore, Md., Dec. ta.-"Young Pe
ter" Jackson of this city knocked out Bob
Long of Chicago in the t ith round of
their so-round bout last night. Both are
MAYBE MUNROE IS
NOT SUCH A DUB
His Friends Hope to See Him Win From
There is just a wee suspicion that Jack
Munroe will land the long end of the
money in his cooting fight with Al. lim
erick. The Eastern papers are handing
Munroe all kinds of jolts, and many of
them accept no other credentials for Mun
roe than the fact that he beat poor, old de
crepit Peter Maher.
'There is something bchind these roasts.
Possibly it is because Jack has reserved
his wind for the bout rather than give it
free to the scribes. If Jack is to he Butte's
representative in the chamipionship events
to coime, all will agree that the better the
ian he defeats the better chance lie ,has to
defeat more. Jack has kept as quiet as a
mouse cutting up $2o-bills for a nest, and
has left the wind-jamlning to the other
Mr. Jeffries stands at a distance and
calls Munroe namtes and prays all the time
that Limerick will remtove this stumtbling
block from his path.
PRIZE FIGHTER FOUND
GUILTY OF ROBBERY
BY ASSOCiATED PRESS.
Vancouver, B. C., Dec., 2.-Jack
Reagan, a prizefighter, better known in
coast cities as "Terrible Reagan," was
yesterday found guilty of having held up
Harvey Slater on the noght of November
18 and of stealing his money, handker
chief and watch. Reagan's people who
are prominent in Eastern Canada put
up a strong legal fight to save him from
conviction. lie was remanded for sentence
until tomorrow. The maximum penalty
in British Columbia for highway robbery
is four years in jail.
ARE TO BOX ON CHRISTMAS
'Philadelphia Jack O'Brien and Tommy
BY ASSOCIA' ED PRESS.
Chicago, Dec. iz.-Plhiladelphia Jack
O'Brien and 'l'ommy Ryan were last night
matched for a six-round bout in Phila
delphia. The contest will probably be
held on Christmas day.
Their Crafty Way.
"But how do you keep a cook when you
live in the suburbs?"
"I threaten to discharge her every day
and my wife does discharge her each
$6 Pearl Opera (;lasses,............. .650
$8 Pearl Opera Glasses ............. L4.50
$12 Pearl Opera Glasses, with
adjustable handles....................l 50
$18 Pearl Opera G;lasses, with
adjustable handles ............. ... .2,00
$-5 Solid Gold Lorgnette ChainsL15.00
$1.50 Gold Filled Children's Uracelets.T75
~so Solid ('old LI:dies' \Vauti.es...l18.OO
58 W PARK ST.
Jlohn Mcl.)onnkl, clthapioh boxer of
Scotlamln, wvatts to come to the I'tited
States and tllix it with tith big hinilrh. We
have hiad "Irith" chamnlpions, "Ltiglish"
champions and la st of all one from The
Nttherlands, but the Scot is a tnew 6iOe.
lie mig'iht collie over and take his medi
citne atndl have a good time, for the Almerli
call chamnpions are always willing to shllow
a -fellow artnlltd. 'his tavy lhe' another
"Yanlkee" trick, as ithe layout of 'big ones
here has becomel too well kn1owin to ex
cite the interest that would-ble manifested
in the trimllming of anI out sider.
Torn Sharkey has hlossoutid forth into
a 1ral hunltorist and if he ever loses on
tile fight nall wrestling game for good his
versatility will stantl hint in gootd stead
on London Punch. The following is a
letter recet.ived from acrtoss the walter by
o.ne of 'outn's friends :
'I''htnus 'Sharkey, called Toun for short.
is certainly getting to lie the limit. l I ti
letter to "Reddy" (;allagher ihe tells of
his doing. It is as follows:
"I want to fight Jeflries and he must
eert me. lit the cellar of tiiy Iher hou
doir I ntm lpracticing all kinds of hblows,
ecvin playing the Scotch bagpipes to give
me wind. I have L.ady Kilere and Sir
A gItnott l non wit as spectators' and I
hallovw itelm to feel lily lunscles if they
have gloves otn and stlap my ulchest with
their fans. I wish you eotild see the
"lnecks" watch ult" its I go througtlh Itty
stunts. I vwiar greren tights antd tse violet
wateiroil ty hair lbcallse it's the color
of the shtlal rock. If you get lim iltc totlltp
anild have a pitecet' of green che.'rse with Ile.
.Let time ietr frouit yout son. 'Yotilr frienld,
Jim Flyntt attl iack Root are schedtuled
to meet again before the Rovers' cihi at
I'nthl,. (t 'l., to settle upI' the que.stion of
sulleriority. The decisrion give nl against
Flynn by )IIto Flti reeently aroused stuch
a storm that it has been decidled t doi
the thing liter a:in. The baltlc will take
place soi tointe it January. -It. Iottse
mn iihas made the athlitional leroositio
that Riot mtr t both Flynn and \Villian1s
in the s:,ne nihth. allowh ing an h u.tr'"' rest
between houts and lighting each man ti
rounds. 'T'his see.s to snatter of too
much sugar for a cent.
If W illiams is antything like the 1nan
he was two years ago,. \vwhen he kept the
heavyweightts out of ('ripple 1't ck. tie
can give Root a rni for his intioty. W'il
liamts is the bhy who inltered lihe ri"ng
at 16o and 'knloeked Mexica:n Pete Erver
ett clear over tht' rople with little diffi
culty, End that was before Iete tmet Shar
key. The proposition is uo vel at best
and. ought to, prove a winllner for the
If Ahle Attell's arul imprnves sufficiently
he will meet Harry Forlbes before the'
\West Eln'l Athletic cllub. St. Louis. some
timtle this month. The hoot was schedluled
to take place on Decemblller 17. hlt fears
are expressed as to Attell's ability to go
into the ring.
l.oring Lennox has been elected captain
of the Colorado college "'Tigers,"' Colo
rado Springs. Following the election the
athtletic association was laminteted at thi
Antlers Jhotel hy promitnent citizens who
ad..iire the boys' work in athletics.
Major Taylor, the colored cyclist, hias
gone to Australia, where he expects to
lttake a good cleant-up. I)uring Taylor's
'ojourn in tEurope last summer he cleared
$a5.oot. In Australia he will meet Floyd
McFarland, lvcr Lawson and hardy
The formation of one or more hockey
teams is now under way and preparations
are being made at a local rink for a game
to take place some time next week. (Of
the old hockey teams in existence last win
ter there will be formed two teams with
several expert players on both sides, while
the remainder of the team will be made up
of new material.
The first practice will he held tonight
and it is hoped by the middle of the week
to have the teams in such shape that some
thing in the nature of a game can be
The talent looked as though they had lost
their best friend yesterday whenl Dolly
llayman, at 30 to I, camne in ahead of
licau Ormonde and Epicure at Oak
land. Dolly IHayman was 40 to I at
the track and the two favorites were 8 to
5. Nothing much was thought of Dolly
Ilayman, so the talent got down heavy *n
the favorites. About the only bets placed
on the long shot were 6 to I "show" plays.
lceather Iloney was also a good looking
proposition to the boys with the "dope,"
but it was like throwing away money to
bet. Dolly Hlayman had made a good
showing in a mile, coming close to the
1:40 mark, but yesterday she clipped a
half second off that figure and made it
in I :39 s.
In the third series of games played by
the Pfisters and the T'horntons last night
the Pfisters won by a margin of 107 pins.
This leaves one more series .of three
games out of the za scheduled in the
match to be played. Of the gaines played
the Pfisters have two wins to the Thorn
Iht the game last night the Thorntons
won the first, but the Pfisters gradually
crawled up until they carried the second
game by iz points. They never relin
cquished their claim on the game and took
the second game by a gain of o5 pins.
Perham was the star last night, rolliy.y
242, while Sheehan's average showed well
at 197. The score was as follows:
'Thorntons. I a 3 Total. Aver.
Sheehalln ............ . .. 191 20o0 s( 591g - 19
Barker ............... omt 142 158 5.01- 167
Trcmbath i............. 133 150 ... 283- ,14A
linher......... ... ... 183 6J 9 1 65 517- 17915
lEllis... .......... 209 181 192 584-- 1ý4
Kirkpatrick .... .. . .. e-' 12 31 - i3
Pfisters. I a 3 Total. Aver.
Van Ells.............. 9 19 i3 201 585- 195
.Merklc ............... 206 171 135 51-- 17a:15
Perham................ 169 166 243 577- 194.
McMillan ............. 8 16r 191 532- 177!/3
dMcKinley ............. 67 167 188 52- 174
High average, Sheehan, 197; high score, Per
ham, 242. Totals: 'fisters, 2,728; 'Lhorntons,
Bor Sale-Bull-terriers from registe ed
stock. P. O. Box 253, Anaconda.
FOUND DEAD IN HIS BED
Coroner Investigates Case of William
Loggle Near Helena.
'RPECIAL TO THE INTER MOUNTAIN,
Helena, Dec. IZ.-William Loggie, aged
45, and employed at Battersby's ranch In
the Prickly Pear valley, a few miles from
Helena, was found dead in bed and the
coroner is investigating.
IS VERY EASY MONEY
JACK JOHNSON AND SANDY FER
GUSON LOLL THROUGH
RIY AiliqllAl II l'l t 1s'.
.,.int11 , (' 11., |)lee. 1 =, .lack .JohnLsonl,
'h millnll illll TO( lored heavyweih\. ilJlt, wals Bivrtt
th,. dlLision :at lhe ci.,, oI" the ;.alh ru sl',ll
cIVe'r ?;itly 'IFe lprull at tillh (' lh |llo l om h lu
It ;tl n p ir ign It, h, ithe' coil stiit
-hoil'% illany desire to Ifr e lightilht g. Ilhe
pi in'ipal wtere retiate dly hi,,seid by the
Rle.'.intors. htl ,nly two rumutls dial the
men't uttlertarike to dhelive'r knockoutt
utiiiiii' 'he .
.lhIhnn did t( h of the hading, O. .ht
111f t thti rhI it iih utl u . mark olf tItllh' |11
entl . lleltiln< was t- to .I, with .hohn.
:on the if,'vorile. Ahbtut ;..,a p*',,leh
illrl ill altttll nItti .
NODEN'S WIFE WORKS
SEEKS TO HAVE HER HUSBAND PAR
DONED-HE IS A MODEL
1 1 .Ii11. 1 Ilt IN.ll 11M111 . IAIP.
1\ ''li.l l,.i. l ci . I .. I t I I t liht ti' piut
horth hy LI ftLhtithu, hairdll ,irkinil fe iii' itt
lhe lp lnitentialry countll lfor ;inythingl. lh ,y
N.h, It i lll.l t i hl rhi.i'.d 1 1 w1n t ll' lt rh
I,,it. fr hi s wl iti i, h-ienl rihIg , (.ly I.i
Hi thatl direction.
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tllig I ' til ll' ttlllllti. ' hi tril l\·t I thith
111e 1 it 1lt'l I ly h'll hli hi t lllil' l lltil tl
ne,=ll" lpri.,n.t, llis wib', has w,,rl, r
li , Ii l ih , l\ .r . 'iJ l rl inti iig ' h ill r If m ll t1i
r.nily thil h .ll Ii l iri ntill lit ri I .aIitiit l
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'OTTO FRANC'S DEATH
WAS NOT INTENDED
Wyoming Jury Fritds Ranlher Killed
li. ItA . t. rill; l l in ll Nf .lN
llilling.s, lift. s.,. t)11, I lnolw, th('
wealthy cnttlmnl lll ,f .I1 r(', l e , W .,
who died firollt ii glutll .ll I wiotiilt, li.il
dentmilly shot himi el tut l did lit tlak, hii'
Iown life, in wis r .ltortti ill s.,ni , ,ii;iiI. i.
Tli e j itiry hif inIiis ll Ii.i' tl, a- thiiit, ill
thie Intl' r M~ ut llaint ittitry . I ;li t lhrt imc .
Aututht frtalitc (th ew Yok city, ws tlwlt
ing. through a. h;rhed wire. fc an.. ; ni~l ll',
ittiy rclative Irisi. c 'll r'yitll l utl ti IalltI r
hital, mtrzzle sir l.
The gun caught in the wir' andl was, diN
chairged into his Iody. lie was. hut ii'd inl
the Mletl.eltee cenfu tlry, lli. brother. ( .
Aug.ust F~ranc o~f New York cily, was the
only rehative pre.s.nt. The de';d matn left
a Ilarge estatte.
COL. P. R. DOLMAN IS
VERY ILL IN TEXAS
Formerly a Resident of Butte and Later
an Idaho Legislator.
News reached the city yesterday that
Colonel 1'. I1 I)ohnlan, forlmerly of ilutic,
is seriously ill at San Antonio, Texas, and
hope is en
t e r tainel
for his re
co v e r y.
t o Idaho
goig.O t II d
W r i v r,
t h e fine
Col. P. R Doliltln. g oI i! o f
S n a k e
river, and while at work on this cauight a
severe cold, which developed into con
Atouot three weeks ago (:Colonel Dl)ollI:i
was taken to San Antonio on the advice
of his physicians in the hope that a milder
climate might help hint, but ai'ording to
reports he is growing steadily worse.
(olonel D)ohlllln was once a memiciblier of the
Idaho stlate legislature,
EASY MONEY FOR A
Retains a Lawyer and Then Has Him
Change a Check.
BY ASSOI IA'lte I'HI.S. ,
New York, Dec. I2.-A mlill giving the
oIalte of (;ottitmant and hearing with hint a
tale of domestic infelicity has founld a
profitable field for the acculnlilation of
ready nmoney among lawyers of tile east
side. G(otltitan's scheme was to visit a
lawyer and retain hitm in all action for di
vorce, after telling of his troubles at
home. As a retainer he offered an ap
parently good check for $too and asked
for change, which always was forthcoming
in cash. Gottilan never came back, but
the checks always did and they were can
celled by the bank,
Gottman has not been apprehended. lce
is supposed to have secured a large sutm
before the dwindle was exposed.
J. E. De Carlo Resigns.
SPECIAL, TO T.Hi INTE a MOUNTAIN.
Miles City, Dec. za.-J. EI. De Carle has
resigned as clerk of the reform school
board, to take effect January i. The board
has decided upon Colville Terrett as his'
Towle & Winterhalter's souvenir open
ing Saturday, Monday and Tuesday.
Cures Diseases of Men
Trustworthy, Reliable, Competent, My
Methods of Treatment Overcome
the Worst Cases of Neglect,
Mistreatment and All Con
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More Beautiful Than Ever at
SCalkin's Book Store
See the Smilax, Holly, and Needle Pines
Decorations, where are shown the most
artistic Books, Pictures, Leather Goods,
Toilet Cases, Calendars, Imported Bronzes,
Japanese Bric-a-Brac. Etc., Etc.
We Give First Attention to Mail Orders
B. I. CALKINS
31-57 North Main Street.
RAILROADERS __GOING EAST
SI.ECIAI. TO THE IN,'XIa MOUNTAIN.
Missoula, Dec, ra.-The superintetndents
of the western divisions of the Northern
Pacific railway have left in a body for St.
Paul, where the annual meeting of the
operating officers of the road will convene
next week, Superintendent Palmer, with
headquarters at Missoula, joined the party
from points west when the train reached
here last night, On the train with him
were A. E, Law of Tacoma, G. B. Cliff of
Seattle and A. Ieamer of Spokane.
DEFENDANT LOSES VERDICT
SPECIAL TO THE1 INTIE MOUNTAIN.
Missoula, Dec. ia.-The Amos Buck
Mercantile company of Stevensville which
recently began suit in the district court
for a bill of merchandise amounting to
$142.53, sold to the defendant between
April 15 and December 11, i899, on which
they claimed nothing had yet been paid,
have been rendered a judgment in their
favor through the default of the defendant,
,who is also a resident of Stevensville.
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