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THE ANACONDA STANDARD, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 31, i^9X.
WATERFOR THE PEOPLE Whatis Expected to Ttie Place on the^Right Preceding flei Tear's. JERRY AND DIVIDH CRfcfckS Contractof the Butt* Water Com^^pany With the City An Im^^portant Provision - The^Present Outlook. Rrrrr..Ike. 30. At one second before^midnight bemorrow oh/lit water is tn Im^ |^pourim; into Butte from Jerry and Oividt- j^creeks. I'ii to the |^rciieiit moment tin- I^keenest eyesight in Unite lias not been ,^able to discern tin- appronebiiuz pipe line,^ami it is certain that the^ have not yet iroi^within May visual iliHtanee of the city.^In the franchise which huh HfMMnl MH^Huttc ( it) Water company last May is the^follow iiiis provision: Then.ihi ^'i^iii|^an^ shall i-uaiplet* 111-- -aid piiie^lin^' in such a maimer a- m convey water to said^rlty In .n im dance Willi the terms hereof, ami^from the sources uImo'c miitiiilheforc Ihc 1st ^la^^nf .laniiary. It-rj. itnle^s pii'ventixl lit the net of^liml or the imiIiIIc enemy. Illother |Hirta of the franchise ii pro^^vide* ih.it the water referred to in the^als ve m-i-iIou shall la- from Jeff] and l^i-^vide ^ neks, ami in iiit.tntitv shall Is-nut^Ice* than ...Uli.OU) gallons. Hoif Chili doesn't snooiidowu on Untie.^Mi^it.. and jfMMM tin- Butte City water^com|uiiiy fivini uittiiiK its Jeff) creek^water into Unite, and if toil ahflhjht.)^doesn't interpose a miracle to prevent the^water from euniiiiK into Butte, the people^of Huttc may exiieet to have real. Imiiiu^tide water to h^'l|^ them aloiiK in their New^Year's swearings off. TWfS ale fume^vv ho are unkitid enough to say that even if^(oal and Chili don't Interfere. It will he an^litterItnpoaeibfUtytogti the water into^Hutte h^ the time nauietl. art there are no^ov iilcnccs of work tieing done. In fact^the big ditch that was iliiir over l^^ the Uiy^Butte last MIMMM *s Ban almost com^^pletely Idled up and bus not an inch of^pipe laid in it to show w hat it was mated for.Theditch iame x^ ^^^cd i n g I v line one^and Hie company ei rtuinly deserves great^credit for iuti-vsluriug M (ante and sym^^metrical a ditch in thi^ viriuity. It may^come useful some time. I'eoiileat Butte will lie anxiously^sca'tning the western horizon all day tie^MaffOBj to sec if the water ia going to lie^on time. If It arrives, sample* of it will^Im^ dished out at the reception of ihc^Murphy (iospel Teni|a'i*uncc union on^New Year's day. Ifsuch a thing should Iiu|i|hii as that^the Hulte City Water company shouldn't^i;ci its real water into Huttc^hy to-morrow night. the natural^inference would he thut its franchise ^ ill^lapse. It was given the franchise solely^on the understanding that it would have^the water in In Jan. 1. while the Ana^^conda coni|iunv did not profess In be aide^to net water into Butte before June I.^next. If at the present time the Jerry^creek water is any MM to Butte than^Nez Perce creek water, no one will ad^^mit it. Somesix weeks ago, when Alderman^Lynch had lieon having a little iiassugc at^arms with the water cnm|^nuy on his ow u^account, he cot up in the council anil^moved that all ordinance he pi-eiiai-i-d by^the judiciary eoiimiittee regulating and^controlling the Buttcf ity Water con MM) .^and establishing for it a muxmiiun of^rates and providing for the method in^w hich the water ratee should he ci il lect cd.^so that in caae of a disagreement as to^the amount of a water mil, the water^company could not always have the upper^hand hy its ability to shut off water with^^out a moment'* notice. Sixweeks atfo this idea advanced by^Alderman Lynch seemed to meet with^iniieh favor and the mutter was promptly^IVlulled to the judiciary committee. Threese|ierate and distinct conned^nicotines have been held since that time.^At each of these nieetiiics the judiciary^committee made a report, but at none of^them did it refer directly or indirectly to^the franchise which it had Is en itistriictfil^to draw up regulnt iuc the Butte City^Water coiiipany. Strangely, tisi. none of^the aldermen e.dh il on the entiiiuillee for^a namrl on this matter. To an outsider it^would seem as though this ordinance were^completely forgotten. lintit is v. hispei ed on t ii^' i|tiiet that a^^arret meeting of the Judiciary committee^was held some time ago at which the pus^posi'd ordinance w art thoroughly discussed.^It fMMI to lie the opinion of City Attor^^ney ('otter, in which opinion most of the^raeearjers of the committer coincided, that^lo draw up and pass an ordinance of that^kind would reeoguiie the franchise of the^Butte City Water company aa still valid,^whereas the ciautcil has uiready by vote^declared it forfeited. The opinion was^given, however, that whereas then' might^la'a legal conflict as to lite point whether^th*' Butte City Water cotluiu.fi^ hail really^la-gun ii|M*ration* w itliin the time s|si illii!^in tii^^ franchise: ami whi'ther. tliercforc,^ihc ii'scindiitg of the franchise was strictly^legal:.vet there could lie no doubt what^^ever that the franchise would !*' hirfcilcd^on J.in. 1. provided the company ilis-s not^get the Jerry and Divide creek wutcr into^Bull** by to-morrow night. The franchise^will then bo clearly forfeited, the city will^have no contract with any water roinimiiy,^mid no MKjMV VM have the slightest^ground for a legal fight or a suit for dam-^ages, and the city cull advertise lor bids,^or do any thing else in th^ mutter that it^chooses. Itmay he said for the new water ram*^pany that out of its fuhiilous millions it^lias managed to rustle enough tie^gethet to make two payments to tin- old^water coui|ian.\, which it laiughl out. It^has had to mortgage itself to get the^uinuo.v. but it bus done it. There is a^third p.i\ incut coming due on Jan. la. and^the fourth and llnal payment will be on^Manilla. Vl'ter that time the coin|uiny^will la- at lila-rty lo rustle up money to get^in the new water, if it deems it Is-si lo put^in new water. in THU Ills! Kit 1' lilt ItT. TranscriptsI lint Halts t'otnilieliriMl a^11 ii xoni Young Mother. Bt1 11 , liei .'J iiinsi ripts in the casesagainst Mrs. Annie Davis and Joseph^Iv'iih were 1:1..1 in Judge I'eiiiUrtoii's^eoitrt tieilay. I.dwanlI.. Ma honey t^edu^ filed a com^^plaint in I H| tart incut I. against John Y.^Wiggin. lo refiner aa mcut on a proniis-^MT)note for im A writ of attaclntieut^was issiinl. Adecna-of divoree was i'liteml in lk-^BaflraaM II. to-day. in favor of Mattie^Martini, and against Frederick Martini.^The plaintiff was in a hurry alsuit lit^^il'-eiii'. ,ii she is to llgtuf in a wnlding^to-morro%v. AlitiMim young luolhcr. w I o has aa^^stiiiinl that relationship withoui Is'ing a^w ifc also, calhsl on the county attorney tis^day tor the piir|sisc el invoking the aid of^tin law in lluditig a father and stip|Hirter^for the child. The altorncy promisiil to^tak--tin-^ as** under ailviaemeiii and the^yotini, woiiiuii tiaik h^r h'avc. site had^tlardlv closed the iloot when another^woman arrived and told Mr. Baldwin that^^he was I.Hiking for a child to adopt. The^Attiiruev had none to uive out. but vvitlithe^spirit of a philauttuxifiist he gave the^woman the address of the voting mother^who laid Jatet until' out. and a^ the laat ciilii-th'ft with the addraaa, the attia'uej iongratulaii ^I IMMmV that he had done a^Uol ii'-' di'txi. WAI.KI:It\Ili.l IIKIKfl-KTa. (a^e^ Itrforr .lint:',- Hrrlirrt Selling^W hlikry lo ^ lilldirn. W.\1.Kt;KVIIXK.Dec. :^^. Jinlge Mifla-rt^bad two ^ uses l*-f^m- hiui this aftennam^on u change of venue from Judge Mr-^Mui |)ln v 's (sain iii Butte. Thefirst wan thai of Charles beuhurl^and \. Davis, chaigul with olitaiuing^iiioney under false pretenses in selling a^number of men tickets for 13 upleee which^tin y represented as being giasl for trans-^laination loueertuin |siint a here work^eon hi l^c obtained. Assistant Attorney PaanpbefJdid not mmm tla- btMbbm upon tla-part of tl.e stall* MiHli-hut to hold the^IKirtics. fUMl on motion thc\ were dis-^iuiss,i|. Dpaffi Is'ing finsl ftom this^charge.'they weiv ilium diatelv arts still^for isintluctiug mi cm|ilo^ in^-nt ollhs- w it h-^out a license and taken to the eotinty jail. Thecare of damitt hums also came up.^He is i liai-giil with olitaining iiioticv under^false prctenees. Ilnrtu i^ the fellow w ho^obtained *Ja from Kitty l.ii' some time^ago to get otic llorthwick. arrested for^v ugnu-y and a friend of Kitty's. out of jail.^Instead of using the money for the puis^|a^se la* obtained it. la* gambled it away,^and Bortliw ick lingelnl la liiud the bats.^Judge Itafhert Ueteojrd to the testimony,^all of which has lai*n pnbltshcil heti'tofoie^in the M'AMi.vtai. altumaj W . If. Kcilh-^lcv pleadul eliH)ueuil^ tor llurus. jind C.^I.. Campls'll ap|s'alisl for the state. Judge Metla-i t reaerred his rarchaan mmM l^^*^'^*lia'k tisnairrow morning. Tin-i*fsi-nt eaaa of selling IhfNar to^minors has atiaisisl nMeh iudigriation.^but Ihotightou. the Iturtciidcr who ia^guilty of lite dci d. c--ca|a's piiuishnieiit.^lai-au-c there is no law w Inch makes sin h^an act a tiiisdcmean-u. Whcit the aii ounl^id tin-Hurley Isiy ohl.lining lupua' was^ptiblislnil in the Si vmivkii a few days^ago. City Maraiial Nh lot vie and J. \^'.^Cox iuvadfsl Chancellor O'Dnnhcll's law^Itbr.irv anil aaarcbed diligently through all thehonha It contained In hope of finding iMimelav touching upon the subas't. They^a ere unsuccessful. Thc.v found without^anj ilitlieully the lav- which forbids the^sale of w hiskcv to I ttdiatt.-. but w ere dis^^gust i d vv hen 11 lev il is,-, o i'ii s I thai i he lailc^face |ui|smis^* was mil alfoided the naMa^piiitis'tion. \tloixliuauee vv ill Is- pas-ed at the next^session of the eouneii w hll'll will settle^this difficulty. and in the meantime fVnlk^^ci v die's babies and sucklings may have a^glorious spree. Therew ill la'a ^watch night serv ice^ at^tin- Wulkcrvillc M. K. chinch Thuradai^evening, coniuicuciug at In o'clia*k and^eontitiuiug until 1-'. The nni'ting ^* ill la-^eonduet.il by Kcv.J. II. Little. Itapftrura tliat the ullegcd inbla-i-y of^Stilliv an of jvrtltn a few nights ago is Is-ing^shorn of half it terrotv. He admitted yea^ter-nej that only iMtfTM taken Mi him.^ami this afterinsiu he ii-eeiviil half of that sumfrom a Huttc aaleoajhaejjMf1] whoeaM thatSullivan w is thtowiug the money^away while ilrimk in his place, anil he se-^citissl *M!iuml had lai'ti ket*pilu| it until he^shoulil harome sola-r. There arc gissl^ii'asiais lo ta-licve no roiibcty at till ttsik place, KditorHarrison is promising his rend^^ers an elegant and artistic New Year's^MMf of the 7'i-/c,o^/^/i. Till'kai.VATIOXIsTI*. MmdKrsalts of Their Murk In th*^fity the i'ast Year.^Bt i'l l:. In :K). It was just a year ago^that th)' Salvation army came to Butte^anil la-gati holding mii'tiugs in tu*' Hamil^^ton hlia*k in Kast Hroadwa.v. The laasl-^Iiiiii element tried hard to drive the army^out or low ii. but in spiff-of all efforta tla-^army is still in tin city ami greatly in-^err-uat-d in strcuglh. The arm^ reports oiiieiail.vthat during *he year therehava^haati upwanls of ltao |hmm pMMneaf] coiivcrsiou and that uuiubera of litem are^tn-ilay living a life honorable, upright and tsiiisisteutto their profession. There nre nuinla-i-kof wives ami ehildit-n in fluiie^tiwlaywho say in all sim-crity. ^Thank^Cial that the Salvation arm.v came to^Butte.^ Husliamlsaud fathers w howeti-ac-^eiistomrsl to make home miscrablcaii- now^officially rcportiil lo have happy homes,^anil the reform is nttl'iliuml to the Salva^^tion arm.v. The army will celebrate the^lirst anniversary of its establishment in^Huttc by holding a aeries ,,f anniversary^meetings, lagiutiiug to-morrow evening^with a Sew Year's ere hani-ucl. to which^everylaaly is Iravitcd. The tables a ill la-^apn-uil and sup|a*r serv til ! rom 4 SStio'elis-k^in the aliermsin until II o'cioch at night.^After the lvalii|ilet there will la-a wutcli-^nigbt service, the Sab at junists w atching^the old vcar out ami Ihc new year in. tin^Kiidav ateniiig MMM will Is- a gnind in^^ternational iius-tiug. at which I liv-it- \\ ill^la^ la diffeii'tit coimlries ii-pii-seutiil by^the natives of thtaa- countries, solm- of^MBM in native ^*nsniiiics. tin Satuixlay^i'Vf-utiig there will la- a hoaanna meeting^and I wail el tail ili-uukard's ilemoiistration.^flu Sunday there will b. s-Mi'ial meetings^all ^lav. Ilnvvto Hals*. riiiuU. Him, Bee. M. Mayor Mueller was asknitoslav how the city |pvaBfaaaaMaajaa thefimils nm-ssnry to get through the^year. ' Ikirrow it, us we always have^done. I siipiaisc.^ said the ina.vor. ^There^was this same cry itlaait an cxhausieil^tii-asiirv last year and MB year la-fore:^but. out-ciislil is always gissl and we can^lairtnw aM ainouut. 'I'he matter is in Ita^^lia lids of the wav s and means aaMJawahni^and 1 aiip|a^se they w ill have a salisfuetory^ri-|airt at the next i-otmcil iiiiH-ttng. The^difficult) arises in cutting ..IV thai ishl^mill from the tax levy. The additional^mill would not have bean fell h^ any tax^aejrar, hut is felt by the city at tltia time.*' Mrs.i'rlcr's i foolitlioi. BtIII. Dec..*'. In spile of vat inns re^^port* that hav found their vva.v in print^tothoelTii-l thai Mrs. Charls (,. I'riec. w ifc^of ihc man awaiting trial for the murder^of P. J. Cunningham, is in a very critical^condition and cuunnt rf-covcr. it may la-^atnted mi tla- authority of Dr. W. M.^Shulf/that the woman ia doing well, |aa^^pniviug gradually 111111 is very likely to^ris-over. She has for -everal dav s been^able to sit up, and while still a vcry sick^woman she is hv no means in mi critical a^condition that bet life is despaind of or^is even coiisidenil lo la- 111 danger. V*.Iiiskcy a S|^^.i-iall) . Twocarloads of lineal w hiskey just ri-^ccivisl at Mi-Coriuick A Hughes' from^landslide. Ky. Ml |nVBMM ilesiriug the^la st of liipiors of all sorts b^- ilemijobii or^hnffai for the Irahdal can tlnd no gtssls^enjMeJ In thos*' at Mi-Coriuick e) Hughis'. )south of the |N^s1oflici'. Donot forget that we do a general^plumbing bnaineaa and nlwnjra haepMnt-^class men. Telephone 'C. kin. tm Weal^Path stns-t: H. J. l'liiinc. TlieBoaeinall tu v. aa-aileiuy ia a first^^Mei Issniliti^ m-hisil. The rules arc an^exi-eili-nt ciaic ,,f tiliium-ra. Y-s-al and iiisti-uuieut.dnnnnr,drawiiaj ami nevhH- iuc.01'taught aril la all *-\tr 1 ehaiires. For^full laittieulars call toilay at iva^m 1J. Hi'ifiuaunonae, fcasi Path atranla Tla'i-eis no bit cigar to Is- compared^n ith tin- Irwin. Whenvon want 11 tail oil wagon, tcle- plone ;;17. Butta t hi bbMMMM Skatingon ee -m sith^Prdo in rink luHtejhl. Buy^ ^^111 iii.j-orted iifc..r^ at Alex^' olivu'a. CURBSTONESKETCHES CountyCommissioner Caplice's Views^on tbe Davis Case. LAWSl-OR POOR AND RICH About the Delinquent Tax List^Perpetrating; Jokea Make Men^Rich Butte a Dozen^Years Ago. aglaw at the Blttk. Iks'.^Tla'ix' is a law for the njeand a law for Hie rich.^ iJaa-rv nl^Couuty Commissioner C.iplice tltia morn^^ing, referring to the Dav is shooting! n*c.^^It is probably none of Mix business, but^asaeiliieu I have a light to my opinion,^and I cannot uiMlcralund why thai woman shoiddaatanta trial to- Int-rerhne, To stop thecase whei-e it is may save the eejjnMM^of a useless trial, but is il right . Ii i^ inti-^inatiil dial if it 1 onu s to trial ' here is a^incut vlcul of -ii spu tability' Ihei will ^*^^drawn into the dirt. and. farthh^ n-.i-on.^die case should Is- huabed up. 1'or fear^thi^ 'leaMI'lilllhiHlJ ' ^ ill bis-oiue 1 tvolvi d. vcrvlsalv aeatna antdonatoejnief lhaenae, Ifa |ita^r pcisoti had done the-Insitiuu.^with no influence liuck ol liim and no^^m-sisi lability'lo shield, then- w.uiklihf nommm left untunted to eunviet him.^Influence and rvanertabtuit) has too aanck^In do with justice. Here ia the Davut mmm^.^ml there is tin- Panroaa ease hath run to^aaantalte ektramea. There is aoaaathjMBi rudicallvwrong in it all. 'Theilehiiipiellt tax list will la' le.ul.v^for the printer alaail the lirst of next^wis k.^ said Ciaintv Tn-usun-r Keasler t-s^||ay, ^'The amoiiitt of MMMJ n pii-seiiteil^ill the list is eotiipai at i\elv small, but the^ainouut of attopert) is large, leaej of it is^itiifmprov 11I and eonaietf of several ad^^ditions to the eii^ . the ow Bern of w Inch n -^htead to pav. claiming thai tin' eneee^^^ in-lit, were loo high. The principal propell \ t cpu si llted oil I he llelini|Uelll list,,ii- tin- I'ast linn, and l .ise^'* addi^^tions. The-, ufuejeee to light tin- tau, Th-^Hsi. when pi lined, vv ill cover ehoin eight^]iages of ;i new spa|a-r. ^AMMM in Untie would h.odlv la-^lieve that there was a time when grns*^gn w mi thick and long hfM that cattle^were often lost ill it. and 1I...1 the old;^timers used to hunt jack-rabbit* in it.^^nxniarhed JailorCoah 1 ^but it araea fact.^When I liivt 111 me to Butte the grass w.i-^green lien-and nfenjeft} vva- cheap. Park stns'tlor it - entira length eonM hav a la-en iKiughllot si I a lot . and lor ffOO I eoclil^have puii h.iseil half tin pioperlv on Main rtrMt, Nohodi wanted it hud no use forit. and could not see that it would ever^amount to any thing. I'he Anaconda mine^rould have been bought lor a couple of^liundreddoliara. The Alice was trotted fnraeavuscpoliv and I COUld have had^the Ik-ll almost tor tin- asking. I doll I thinkI would have tahen tbe entire ramp foia gift at tint time. I bad no faith in^il. and very few then- wen- that did.^Tlioscthat did have faith in il struck it^rich. Thc.v laiughl up all the tov 11 prop^arty and ftiick to the mines, and to-ihiv^don't ask imIiIs of f lottM or Valid -thill. I^know a few nu n who Is.light Main and^Dark street lots at til as a^joke, and to-ski.v an- living from^a handsome Meaeaa from thefn.^That was ord) n little Mare than adaeen yann ano, tea, That was the time^w hen hear was .vi eenta a nhMawdfarar^about a dollar a newndt a hen mieybudj washoliest and iniirt* and crimintils wen-^alinost aw.known. Times have changed^since then, ami the eaMttfl is getting |.^i^u.osli alul eiv ilt-*n1.'' Itis not geucrallv known that Huttc^d^n*s a large whole-ale business mill mi|s^plies many of the small stirinuuiliiiu^low us. but it d.M's.^ said a (imminent MM*^chant. ^I'lislucc, fruits, clean- enjtMa^1. .Il'- ship|sil ill lalge ipialil it ies fiiiin^Butte. Dliilipsburg, Nliss'iula. Dillon, and aMwfaher erf at her arrte Her t owna arr n-gn- lareusloiuers on the Hatlc market-, and^wo hare found that it p.ivsvvell toadvi-t-^tise for tin-, trade. It at rant illlite clear to^me why. but it is a fact that Huttc ids--a^much larger bttsiuei-s in this line than^Helena.^ Thereis no slate in the union, and I^doubt if then- is a place in all the world,^that comes Bearer la-ing a s|su t-111.m's^Isirailisc ihati Molilalia.^ -aid Deputy^Disl riet Clerk f arlcr. vv ho is someihing of^a hunter hiaaaelf, ^ Theti- is almo-t every^species of large game. 1111 as tor birds^ami other small game, the variety is al^^most endless. A mull who has not en-^joyiil a hunt in Montana tiuca Out know^what the apod i-. like. \iid while yi.u'n-^talking alsittt himliug. y on bm MtM^fafad^of some of the most la-autiful evBtten in^the world, w hich lata hefoiMd in Moli^^lalia. Waterfalls hundred- of feet high,^and beautiful mirror, d lakes .1 tlintteend^feet down at ihc fisit of BBMBeMff upon^w Inch you iiap|N-u lo -taiid. I h iv e beard^1 rav elers say. w ho have via I ted Swii/er-^lan'l. that then- is unthmg in that eoMttO^lo coinpaix- w ith the si-enery of Motitaiia^ill |aillll of lliagtliliei nee. amet r\i. 1 \tiii it. the s^lnry as Till,I hv Violllg .lann-s^a llreil. IllTl'K. Dee, :^^. -lames Alfiiil. ,, Illnaf^old i*iy . called mi Conntl Audit 1 llXoaa^not* ibis tilierii.Miu and complained that^his fatln r. William Alfred, who live- uc.li^^the hot*tharn PneMc teanat*had initially Isateu hitii and was in the habit of doing^it almo-t iltnly without Patter, The t*.y^said that hi- MBlfMr Ii fl tin in alwiut a^mouth ago on uii-ouutot Ihc luaii'scrueltv^and ilrtuikcuuc's. and is now living in^Helena. James works for a laiuily in^South Butte, and says hi' is try ing to earn^-nine money lo buy clothe-, lull that his^father take ii Iron' him. and MMUetlliasa hefeels like beathnj eotne one In the ah* emceof hi- v. ifc. and In- gi*-s to the place^vv here thi- Imi\ works, calls him out atal^la-at * him for amusement. ^He liaaMwn^doing it ever since I was Is.rii.^ eahj^Jatties Mthe aiabtor. *'i have a heotlier^older than 1 am. but father won't ntioa hfMtHue home at all.^ 'i hc blM told Michn straight and pitiful -ton that Mr.^O'Connor gave him a letter to a justice of^th* Beane, am' -in officer will hsik Into I be^condition o! things anil arrest tin- father^if necessary. Ml ^f Mr Work. fhrrttbDee. M. rin exact cost of the heap loasting epiaode lu^HJtblMT. No suit wMMi K.sHiimid biwnl. or a larg^- furiii*h^sl^room, eloae to business center, in private^lantily . Tor m.111 and wife. Address -s; ,^^Huttc . .ilh e of the Standard. Thesilk pillow anil pin ciiahhM w Inch^was i.ittlnl at the Alaa-y suliaui. No- I'1^Kust Hnvadway. were won b^ tickets No.^17 ami ^1. Holders of Ibeae uunila-ra w ill^please call lor the article .. IVof.I. Jeffreys. chinir*ali*t and mani-^eun'. liiaau Ii. over MH MM sin* stoti',^;^i Main *ln-ct. Batlc. )r.(i. S. Gnvalhatl. K Vuiut Bm.idw.iy .^next door to California brewery. n-s|amds^10 all-night calls: eontmeini nl-, etc.^liisnn. n 1 si di sir up stairs. Dovon wear slaies'.' Take a l.sik at our^^:t dress sins'. :il West Dark si ivrt. Bur^^gess ifl o. Fur\inas. Anice silver brick, or souvenir s|ss^n^w ith any mine, or your own reaUk-uee^ifr.im photo. . on 11. from 1^-y *. the jew-^i-l.-r. U North Maui siiss-t. W, must sell ofl our prisjcilt stia-k of^beater.-and ctaik stov--s tn in.il.i- tnore rnetnfor new gi**is. 11. .1. Hlunw. ra WestDark atrcct. M.A. S. E. SecondAnnual Hall --or PM NATIONALiSSOCIATION OF BUTTECITY, NO. I. i.i v i x vr RenshawHall, OX - KUAN.\X I'mth- MnetJ ' TheLibrary Fund. 1'1 until it tu' of Arraageau-uls r. .1. stevi-n-.m.^M I . MjUIis.hu. \\ llll.'iii Ii.ii hMt PleatIMeaten Daa Met, Jae Imomb, i^H. Meti air. 1: i'. h.-iiev, Mherl ^ahaan, Janan Meniliaeli. BjBawMai* lill'ltl Ittee leils'i I Tin Her. i leaBJf Mien.llaarpB Oawala. TheanM QM*. ' T. Ma ver.WMhM Hv lluketi. i tank iw, .MIIsle hy \ .iii i It ten - i ^^ elicit I.^All Min t 1 at s vv HI 1 nil as late as :l 11 i liii-k. Admission, - - - - $2 L 1_ J owslet Building. iNTRANCC ON PA*K ST. r1 SHOW\ most STYLISH LINE of FANS, FineHandkerchiefs,^Scarfs. Tiilios. Gloves,Neckties, All. SUITABLE FOE PRESENTS Cloaksand Jackets, staph:^;oops. DressGoods and Trimmings. OwsleyBuilding, 1si n^v i ^s rum .1 SP SS sit.-dti|i^will Is- Ik nun .Hlaiu-I^for tin- 'my tin-MnjhM 4 Montana eatnnai!) far^nmount nnlil the rrtnm ul 1 uy Alter^( mil l Mailsw ill Is-h.-ld New Y. .i'- ere and NewVc.l's nlghl -It I -l|illee hall. \ nival ---.I time - as-iiTiil. and l*verybuti)^-bould att.-ud. Mituis, ^1 vv aui J. .11 In rail and BJIf 5J.aUsb^-. Bntajeag A t.... H weet Parh. f*ur m-IiiiiiI vhoea at'- ih'- llnest tu be had^in Hute. Burare* A to.. .H Weal Park. WEMUST UMLOAD! Prepaicyourself for one of the Greatest Runt in MensFurnishiMs AM) FurGoods, Everin Huttc or any other city Beginningfanuiry ^ we w ill utter our huge -t^Kk^at prices which w ill enable u^ tt^ lower it one-halt'^before taking our annual inventory. I'mv., i Fre^h Milrli cow .^'U3 I tub a vi ten. ^ ..'tli Butte. Hoti actia^ev^i.i.u'^. and Nit'iy vhuexilalv; at Alex BRANDNEW EDDDS SSntSyU***QUALITY THE BEST Remember,the Sale Begins January 1. WISHON.HATTER, 4!East Park Street, Owsley Building. \