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Montana's Largest Grocery, Dec. 26
LUTEYS 45 and 47 W. Park. 'Phone 68 We Keep Open Till io O'Clock Tonight About Souvenirs Our rsouvenir thsI year ihan male a great hit. H'e redeemed 'cores of p.urchase hlps ''hur.day -expect to redeem huntdreds of them today. 'Ithese are the conditionst: Save and present youtr tpurll hae slips to the amount of $~.oo 1etween the dates Dtecember to to fIccrmbtr 31, nnd we will he pleased to give you one uf these beau. ttful souvenirs. BUTTER (;nol tahle butter. pounlld.... 22 1 Fancy creamery butter, ipound....25 Our dlicious It. It. fIutter, lb....3OC flINNAN HADDIES The '.cry finest fish cured, snmply d:licious when cooiked: extra fancy, thick, bright fish. ltig hargain, at per pound ....................................15 EGGS Srtritly fresh eggs·; quality that you can depelnd upon; per dozen......t35 MACKEREL BARGAIN Fancy, fat, while, small Norway Mack. erel; hine Sunday breaklfaters; a snnya at, each ...........................T 1 .2 CATSUP highest grade catsup, a 2ge bottle for sac'; a tge bottle of Blue .ablel C(at ul, .............................. 1 0 PEACHES AND PEARS A no can of fancy Cnlifornia Peaches or Pears, either kind; per can ....15 FRESH MEATS (Rear of our Bakery Department.) Our fresh meats are the highest grade. Prices the lowest. Prime leg mutton, pound..............1O0 Shoulder or rib mutton chops; 5 lbs..250 I.oin mutton chops, 3 pounds........ 25d Mutton stew, to pounds...............250 Prime rib roast beef, pound.............so Prime pot roast beef, pounl ............g Brisket or rib boil, pound...............4 All corned beef, pound................. Pork roast, pound ................o "The Big Store of Little Prtce." The Hardware Store that Leads. Watch Us and See. It at One-Third Off Our well known low prices on Fancy China .t At it Salad Bowls Cake Plates Cracker Jars Nut Bowls Chocolate Pots, Etc. In fact everything in fancy China. .it t A 4t A One-Half Off Trays and Jardiniers Henderson Bros. Hdw. Co. Greatest Stove House in Butte. . .... 53 W. Park, Bet. Lutey's and Booth's OECHSLI 42 West Broadway, Butte Pays Highest Cash Price for Second Hand Goods. Our all steel Quick Meal Range is the only thing of the kind in this market. If you dun t like it you can get your money back. T'he largest stock of second-hand house. bold good; in Montana. 'Phone 923B Plenty Galt Coal 2,000 1bs. $7.00 ... Other dealers not al lowed to sell our coal Galt Coal Co. OFFICE 814 UTAH AVE. TELEPHONE 273 IN THEATERS OF BUTTE PATTI IS STILL YOUNG Able to Go Out Skating Even if She Is Over 25. Wl'hen Madame I'atti was in Toronto last week she received an invitation from a gentle. man to go skating on his private lake. To the surprise of everybody and the particular consternalion of her manngers she accepted the offer; so she and the flarion (edarstrom drove out of town stome threte miles to the estate of the gentleman ino qt tion. Sh.e further sur prised her host antd hostess by drawing her own skates out of a chamois bag. They, of cour'e, had strel runners, but were mounted in silver and gold. For two solid hours this giddy young thing distported herself on the ice with the Itarcn, who, being a Swede, knows, of course, everything atbout skating: in fact, he tatught her the pastime on the lake adjilning ('rnig-y Nos, on the rare occasions when ice forms there. After thle sport at the pond, Patti returned to the mansion anti ate a ravenous luncheon in which champagne figured, too, after which the Itaron and she drove back to town. After a rest of half an hour she started dressing for thie concert, and at 8:30o was on tihe stage of Malnsey hall, singing. At II o'clock she left the hotel to go to her private ear, where 'he took sulpper and started for (Ceveland at tmidhniglht. Qilte an active day for any woman, yongtll or old, hut rather relmlrkabhl) in the case of a celebrated singer. These people tiusually never leave their rooms the clay they are to sing, atill, as for rating, ieforehand-suicide of the voice, they say. But Patti in a different sort of person-very. "A Chinese Honeymoon." "A ('hinree Ioneynmooni," which gives its initial performance in the Itroadway theater, in .all;inary, is eonseof those clean musical comes dies that theater.-gers will welcome, as it is entirely different from musical comedies that have been seen here this seasoni. It does' not depend wholly on lone or two rcharacters for its isuccess, as the rIl;icompany econtainll ashout no principals and earries, a choirus of over io voices. 'IThe co.llmllles rl anscenery are among the hanidtmii t tern otn the stige todlay. The mnuic ,of "\ ('hinese Honeymoon" is the work of IIoward Talibot, and the book and lyrics are frurn the penc of ;eorurge Da)nce. AmiongI the )1many clever numblltlers are "I Want to be a .idly." "Roly I'uly," "Thl'e A L.a Girl," "Twiddledy Blits," "'Th' e . ( tlicial Mother-in Law," "The l.eader of Frocks anti Frills," "ltits From the I'ltys." and "There's a I.ittle Street in Heaven that they Call Broadway." "Human Hearts." The mere announcement that the people's favorite play, "lluimait Ifearts," is coming to our city, is a matter of ntuch import to the theatergoers in our midst. No tnelodramta of modern tines has enjoyed the vogute that has been accorded to \V. E. Nankeville's solid, substantial success, "Hlltnan Ilearts." The reasonl is apparent. The play in interesting from the rise of the curtain on the first act until the final curtain falls. The climaxes are strong and exciting, and the story is one that will appeal to all classes of theater.goers, no matter what their stations in life may be. The situations, lines, and incl. HELEN ARCHER, At the Grand. dental business d( the play are of such a nature that they compel the undivided atten tion of the spectators. A strong vein of comedy runs through the play, but it is so placed that never at any time does it conflict with the more serious scenes. THE WALTONS, AT THE EMPIRE, The author has been careful to preserve the dramatic unities, ilis characters are finely drawn, and as true to nature as possible; in fact, Mr. Reid has taken most of his charac. ter4 from life. "Human Hearts" will be seen at the Broad. way in January. "Lost River." A quartet of hoboes, three racehorses, a country orchestra, a bicycle race for life, a thrilling storm effect and objects of still life from a camera to a tollgate can be seen in "Lost River," a big scenic melodrama by Joseph Arthur, at the Broadway theater shortly, Fredrik the Great. A bright-eyed gentleman stepped into Jailer Fay's office yesterday afternoon and presented his card to the jailer, As his fingers were THE AHERNS, At the Grand. about to close on it the bit of pasteboard van ibhed. "I see," said the magician, "you did not seem to take to that one. Perhaps you will like this one." Fredrik exhibited his hands, pulled up his slecves and asked the loan of a hat. Reaching into the air he began to pick half dollars frome all parts of the office. In turn, Fredrik would toss the coins up and they would fade away in the thin air. Then he took out of the hat a white rat. Taking a newspaper he wrapped the animal in it, saying: "You think the rat is not there." Unwrapping the parcel out flew a white pigeon; the rat was gone, Fredrik handled a pack of playing caids that was little short of being marvelous. Some of the tricks were beyond explaining. "The Bonnie Brier Bush." Kirke LaShelle's splendid production of Ian MacLaren's "The Bonnie Brier Bush," with J. II. Stoddart, Reuben Fax and a competent supporting company, returns to the Broadway theater in January. MAr. Stoddart as Lachlan Campbell has de servedly won the highest encomiums of the press and theater-goers throughout the coun try for his creation of the rule of the old Scotch shepherd, which is considered the acme of true art and a worthy rounding out of one of the most honorable careers the stage has aver known. "Article Fifth." In the days of Louis XIV of France it was a comomn event that marriages would be con. tracted by the heads of the families under the order of the king without the consent of tbse young parties, and while suitabilities of rank and fortunes were solely considered no regard was given to disproportion or age or Inclina. tion. In the case in point the young Duke de Richelieu was married, when only 16, to Diane, daughter of the Duchess de Noailles, with the sole object of consolidating the adjoining estates of the two dukedoms and of burying an old feud between the two families. How. ever, for obvious reasons, it was embodied il the fifth article of the contract that immedt. ately after the ceremony the young duke should be separated from his wife and kept away until he was as, but the precociously gal. lent young spark, who became eventually one of the world.famed courtiers as well as one of the best soldiers of Louis XV, took exception to the condition, and to revenge himself sought and won the favors of the Duchess de Bourgogne, wife of Monsieur, own brother to the king, and a princess whose literary accom* plishments will stand better historical investi. gation than her virtue. In short, in the pur. suit of his love adventure with the Duchess de Bourgogne he managed to enter her private sparjpitsl in spite of 91the vsiliance p the Due.,s de Nosilles, his mother-in law and the kee of the honor of the royal family. Not sati d with tiis scandalous adventure the wi.bme and reckless young aristocrat pro. ceedil with further gallantries among all the court ladies, who, like the Duchess de Bour. gogne, were infatuated with him, until the king, seeing no other way to extricate himself rona the imbroglio, and also for the sake of is brother, the Duke de Hourgogne, was only oo glad to mancel Article V, let Richelieu have his wife, and finally got rid of him by giving him a regiment and sending him to firht in the Netherlands. The show will be seen at the Broadway tomorrow. At the Grand. At the Grand Opera house, commencing to morrow, the Waltons, who have been secureIl by Manager Sutton for the new program, will appear in a line of Chinese characters sketches. Mr. Walton's imitations are perfect. Hlanley and Arsher, who made such a hit last week that Manager Sutton has retained them for the second week at this house, will produce a new sketch and song for the week. George Campbell, the wonderful club swinger, and other novelties will appear. A hange of pictures will be introduced. Mana. er Sutton claims that the bill for this week a the strongest bill ever seen in Butte. At the Empiree. For the week commencing tomorrow the little plahouse known as the Empire will give a grand holiday bill, consisting of the follow. nlog artists: Blaine and Denattie, in their clever feats of strength; Miss Opal Ross, the dancing girli Swarta children in a new act; Kate Brady, who sings, "Mamma, Buy Me a B"by," illustrated; iandford and Hart in I MISS JESSIB JONES, With the Bittnlr Stock Company. their clever sketch, "The Detective and the Maid," and new pictures. MOTT EATS NO DINNER ON HIS CHRISTMAS DAY SPECIAL TO THE INTER MOUNTAIN. Missoula, Dec. a6.-Louis H. Mott, the condemned wife murderer, did not eat any Christmas dinner yesterday. The realiza ,tion that all earthly hope has disappeared has shattered his nerves and he ap proaches his end a physical wreck. It has become necessary to administer mor phine to him. This is given by the county physician, as it would not be safe to trust the condemned man with the drug for fear of suicide. MASONS MARK CHRISTMAS Knights Templar Make Merry in Accord ance With Custom. The custom the members of the Ma sonic order have all over the world of holding a session of merriment on Christ mas day was observed by the members of the Montana Commandery, No. 3, Knights Templar, yesterday at Masonic hall. A notice had been previously issued by the officers of the commandery sum moning the members to the hall and there was a full attendance of the local knights. There was at the hall a bountiful pro vision of all the good things that go to make a merry Christmas and the Butte members of the order enjoyed a royal good time. ARE HALF FROZEN TO DEATH SPECIAL TO TIlE INTER MOUNTAIN. Missoula, Dec. a6.-Three "young men who were beating their passage from San Francisco to Butte arrived on the blind end of in eastbound passenger train last night more dead than alive from cold last night. They were kindly cared for by FREDERICK, THE MAGICIAN. sympapthizing persons, who warmed and fed them, otherwise a Christmas tragedy might have to be written from here. Prominent Confederate Dead. New Qrlcans, Rgc. 6.-,. .Watts ME FAREWELL TOUR oi"v PATTI Only Concert In Butte and Montana Monday, January 25 Ot the BROADWAY THEATERY O_ , Aa The Baroness Cedar strom, under the direc tion of Robert Grau and the management of Marcus Mayer, will be supported by the following artists: Mile. Rosa Zamels, Viollnlsts Mr. Ralph Cunningham, Baritone Mile. Vera Margolles, Planiste Mr. Otto Hegner, Cellist Mr. Wilfred Vrlgo, Tenor Signor Romualdo Saplo, Conductor The Box Office Will Be lhrown Open Early, and Due Notice of Recep tion of Mall Orders Will Be Given. Kinney, postmaster at New Orleans, died last night. He was a prominent confeder ate veteran, though since the war he has been a strong republican. ENGINEER TIGGERMAN'S VERY NARROW ESCAPE Speculator Mine Man Caught in a Falling Cage. In accident at the Speculator mine Engi neer Tiggerman had a narrow escape from death. While one of the cages was ascend ing the shaft with a load of rock a break in the hoisting apparatus occurred and the cage started down the shaft at terrific speed. Before the bottom was reached the clutches at either side became active, with the result that the cage was stopped near the I,zoo-foot level. As soon as the descent began the engi neer applied the brake governing the other CLARA HADLEY, At the Grand cage and prevented it dropping. He stuck courageously to his post, although pieces of iron from the breakjng friction appa ratus were flying toward him with fright ful force while the loose cage was drop ping. A large piece of iron .flew within six inches of his face. Had it struck him it would probably have killed him. Fortu nately there was no one in the cage that fell, otherwise there might have been more serious results. JUDGE M'CLERNAN AND OFFICIALS REMEMBERED Judge McClernan and his court officers were remembered by the jury panel Thursday just before adjournment was taken and as a Christmas present he re ceived a silver water set and a box of cigars. Bailiff Woods. received a gold watch Chain and Clerk Vogler was presented with a fountain pen. The presentation was made by A. J. Palmer, in a short speech suitable to the occasion. The judge thanked the gentlemen for the gifts and also for their services as jurymen. CAR GETS OFF THE TRACK Traffic on Walkerville Line Delayed This Miorning. Street railvay traffic on the Walkerville line was interrupted for a time this morn ing. An outbound car went off the track at the corner of Park and Arizona streets, owing to the accumulation of ice on the track, it is believed, and it was half an hour before the car could be re stored to the track and traffc resumed, BROADWAY THEATER Dick P. Sutton, Manager. 'Phl~ns 23 FIVE NIGHTS Commencing Sunday, December 27 MISS JESSIE JONES And the BITTNER STOCK COMPANY Opening Play, ARTICLE FIFTH A Comedy in Three Acts. Prices-- 5c, 5oc, 75c and $S. Seats on sale Friday, December a5. Sunday .................. Article Fifth" Mfonday and Tuesday...."Parish Priest" Wednesday......... "Tennessee's Partner" Thursday......."My Uncle From Japan" GRAND OPERA HOUSE Dick P. Sutton, Mgr. Phone 888M GRAND HOLIDAY BILL Hadley and Archer, the Floradora girls in a comedy sketch. Schwartz Children, amusing sketch artists. The Aherns, the European Acrobats. Frederick the Great, the Man of Mystery. Miss Katie Brady, in a new Illustrated Song, "Close Your Eyes and Open Your Mouth." By special request, Fairyland. Matinee Sat~urday and Sunday. All the Lower Floor soc; Balcony, soe. E MPIRE THEATER Main and Park Streets ONE WEEK Grand Holiday Bill, Commencing Sunda, December ao. Special Matinee Christmas Day. The Martin Sisters, Vocalists. Ferwandez, the Tramp Exponent. Mr. George Campbell, the European Marvel. The Brewer Sisters, Musical Experts. Balaine & Dennetti, the two Giants, in Feats of Strength. New Moving Pictures. Prices- so and so Cents. Butte Concert Hall 57 [ASI PARK ST. leo. V. I. Shaver, Mgr. REACHES BEDSIDE TOO LATE SPECIAL TO THE INTER MOUNTAIN. Helen . Dec. a6.-Mrs. W. P. S. Hawk, wife of se superintendent of the Postal Telegraph company, who left here 'rues day for Glenwood, Iowa, where she was called by the illness of her mother, Mrs. Lucy Baker, arrived home too late, her mother passing away before her daughter reached Glenwood. MISS LOUGHRIN REMEMBERED Courthouse Friends Present Her With Gold Chain and Locket. The courthouse friends of Miss Mprgaret Loghtrin remembered her on Christmas by presenting her with a handsome gold chain and locket. The locket is heart-shaped, set with a beautiful solitaire, with a place for the picture of some lucky fellow some of these days. AT BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Bethel Baptist church had a turkey antd chicken dinner durinlg the day on Christmails, and at night there was a concert and literary entertainment. It ihand been intended to have 'possum for dinner, but the 'possum either must have missed the train or avoided the hunters. 'lThe festival was for the benefit of the church fund. DIVISION TERMINAL CHANGES Families Will 'Move From Misseeoula to Butte. SPEtCIAL. TO THE IN'T'ER MOUNTAIN. Missoula, Dec. a6.-Trhe changes it di vision terminals of the Rocky Mountain division go into effect January x. It is announced that thie change will remove about a5 families from this city to Butte. 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