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ioiici;of sorrow
lmpresi.e Bffidi Held by the Butt^^Order of Elk;.
tothh: departed .members
EditorJ M. Quinn Delivers an^fcloquont Memorial Address^-tulogy to the Memory^of J. M. Andrews.
Avi ry impresslie service held in^I'uti. Ian! evening ^^^ UM annual^^IsVdge i bV rranr^ Of the Elks. ImM si^the Auditorium. The hull was VMM^lilted with E!k^. urd Iheir IrMt atea-^il.ini. s lint and Wells and Messrs.^^'.il l\ si.- and peering futntthsd UM
igalea! pan uf tin gtngi amine. The^ftatun aas ill^ ^l^queiu eulogy an,l^^^aniorial uildress, dsilvered hy J. at,^Qui; n. editor ^f the Miner. The only^deg)h during I he year araa of 4. M An-^ilieus ami thai if tig^ only death thai^lias \. i in. lined anions; Ihe llutte Klk^.^After pioing a brief eulogy to the^IncAimy nf Mr. Andre^^, Mr gnlnn
I',.,;! u .n ^e**m a to|i|.- strange
Idii[er ol Elks, a Im h lias Imlll
Iihfame upon ihe hmiidaUun of en-
jnftnenland nI ' hecr, bul lei us nol
.t thai in hind .very raMIe Hint has^Illumined Iks faee ol mankind^that, hek Iwi n ^ lesjrj bach Ot every i^blkan thert It- a pain; rapture springs
tragii he emol Ions Which have II
Mirrelhy ItMef: lairtrhtcr la Ihe ripple^..f the sun-kissed shMowa ivhleh flow^onward to Ihe sobbing sea. and Joy Is^the blossom ..I the roHo which rrows^In Mul made i acred hy the tear* of^time.
The Klka ur^ i r mid of Ihe r. |itilati'in^Whlrh ihrir nrger has won for suclal'il-^11 ^ ami |I cheer. They an proud to
nanthat their aaaa. of wayfarers I
haviretributed In aagaa aanall gag
Inthe pleaaurea of Iheir fellow men.^Th- y are never so happy as when ilo-lt
gliosisan- lill.'il ahoVe Ihe i all's lllld
perplexitiesof life and Klven a I^Is
ofrare-free Irresponsibility, If hi
thepages of the order's history Infra^^ an I rath full) in written I ha rsrori af
aheart nmde lighter, a mail made hap^^pier of an hour bright^sd, it has done^that for whlrh it shouM ba prowl lu^^llI. (if all iIh llllsflnna In Ihls world
sjssjsIs Mars worthy than that of lift^ItiK the burdens fmm the siIders of
thewaarjr, of banishing aurmw, of lei-
tinitsunlight Into the duikiiied chum-^hera of despair or IdaslliiK ni' lam holy^with a ra^ ol mirth.
ItIs meet that even those who ure^noi blessed as orthodox Christians^should ocmatonally step aaiaa from
theirworldly pleasures and consider^the most solemn and profound of all^the problems presented to mankind. It
Isi:I for the worldling whose moral
natureis thereby strengthened and for^the orthodox critic who leanm thai^there is something more than sin and^abandon In the great world outside of^the church. It would !^^ better for the
i Christian (and 1 Use Ihe word
'Christian'in lis narrow sense) If he
would11 frequently Rive his mind
tothe suiij.-i i which we consider to^^night It would he heller for the roin-^mnntcanl If he would give more gen-^i urns consideration to the opinions ami^Sentiments of those who walk In Ihe'^broader and inure dangerous path,^whsesevery soulnuns' be its own gum-
lian.BOtmnallor and guide. Wlr n^Htanding In the presence of death, who^shall Ml tliai he alone has sol vi -d the^mystery or fathomed Ihe unmeasured^depths of the future ' Who. Ill all this^bustling, crowding, ssgjhjh world, can!
saythat be and those who allSS with t^him are to tnijoy the blaaalnga of a^pea.eful eternity, while all who !aek j^I is belief must lie d^ tiled'.' Who. I ask^^i^i. looking his fellow man In the fa. e.^Kami; into the pleading eyes, of the^unannolnted. a hose straggle has bees^fruitless and in vain, shall say that any
sonluuataii by i time shall iiml nol
Solacein Ihe world beyond'.' 1 am led j^in;.. Ihls train ^I thought to-nlghl bl^the tint that in tin- order for which^1 am called upon in speak we rscognlss^no divldiue. line sn\e that which .11-
rkteiiii^ right frsni the srrong, The^order makes no liuiulry Into the re-^llglon or ihe politics of the ago!tonal
formeinl'i-rship. save only as to his l^o-^llof In a Killer of th^ universe. It In^^vites the CntboUr and the ProtcaUMl^t'i^ orthodox and the unorthodox to
unitsin true fraternity. It brushes
BattleHi,' prejudices and hatreds of the^lasi and ai ts for th^ presets) ami tin^fuliiie Its \nwsiir, neither narrowed^l y . reed nor i oinesd l^ ^ taction Its re^In i 'ii i^ Hi. rellgtoa of humanuy and
Hihow* wonhlg ihe stariu cathe^^dral a bona horizon walls isMWag th^^Ughl oi pcomlsi to us all. under whuat^translucent dons aa hoarder of gold m^bulldet 'i fortaacs can monopollae the^sunlbjht or the shade, nml beneiilh^a boss rtustered lamps no poteatats or^kinc can rhaagc tberurrenta stem the^tides, or nil. th^ peasant's nestling glen^c' Hi^ r.iisie of tin lark. Man) u cruel^heaii baa worn lbs rkggg of sanctity:^many an horn st soul haa Is-en alien to^the rreads Persecution has oftttrasi^dmined tin- mi^It, rm of dogma, while^'Mkcor.\ i 11. d' lumen have faced th^^storm of n.intending liates and cried
Tea.e. he still.'
Theseeontentplatb.na are not In^crltk Ism of urthodoxy hut In ib fiuse of
thatgreat maHJtads which standi
Withoutth^ pale ,.f prescribed rwllgtoa^The J ,ie not uiti're.1 for the Bajrpaas^af casting a donbt atma the eitle^ey of^the splendid faith whlak has bean UM^' n|i;s^rt and ilation of helpless hu^^manity f^i in.^*, hut to pay Just tri^^bute to the humane attributes of th ^^rhnrchless millions. I would not, for
theH| ; l.mse ef t|^. |,||||on. say one^word dter one si ntlnwnt ^ hh h In^the remotest degree coaM lie construed
usdis'. l|I fid tn ^r derMgatory of the
varloii'Christian rehglons which have^worked so I ^ ,mi well for the^ttpllftlng ! the lowly, hul In Ihe Intel-^e-t of that ery i'hii^iianltv for which^th. ^ 'iii'. h-^ si', ,k ami f,,r the^ntrcngth'inm: of every arm uplifted in^def.nsratify ,.nd nobility of
chara'ier.I wnu'd relse my voice In^recognition of that irnnd humanity,^that slm ere charity, that unconscious^and s'Uilime Christianity which Is^found in !l^ 'ir,': ,l n.,rld where men^tif every claan and rank me. t In the^Held of i Iil' in of profession
InIhi-ahk h bears ttpon an
Importantiirsneh of the eyetilng's^theme. I aim i do ^ui| justice to the^church hi. 1 ^ let various names^.mil witli dlfTerlug , ..reimuuals. lias
carriedHi^ '^^. gt ad ^f Iks
,^iii^ n of. ,t it aloft in th
Mb.Iiinessasj... M,,vi.^| ,,f saUation
madeit th^it spirlni! algn around
Itthe^which i .i^.^^nxr put - ^'^hchAid
gtag4ytread ^ th^of the ('a .^trapad marlt
MOIL HI'.' t
manyof the best^r.^ In history and^h-en heard th.^Itivlncllil.i legloii-^'^ I'n.ler It the In-^: 'n.' forth and dis-^In Its name gov-^suldlshed. liberty
Jit'.-^ r and death I'
4fIw jnt ienr tnaHt ^f
hormr.The church Is the regular army^of Chrlstlaniiy whlrh stands guard^^\cr th.- moral proKress of the world,^bal let ii ba attacked au^l It would gad^among'its valiant defenders vast ar^^mies ef lllldisrlpllne.1 reerUitS. Who re^^spect It for Its dignity, sustain It for^the ruturs and love It for the memor^^ies entwined alaiut Its nam.-. And yet.^ban out the vast unorthodox world^'I i1 i ^.mi's a cry which si . ins to say:^i her, we are Thy Childreni turn not^aw ay.'
Aafor those who have gone lieyon.l
thinearth ami who are oud with
ill dead, they need no sympathy from^is Tln lr struggle i^ elided. He y ha*^^left the |*th of strife and slot me.^there ate no disappointments or heart'^ailns for them. I'pon their brows is^the light of the eternal morn ami in^Ihi tr eais the music of divine gMkMlkM^Yet. from time Immemorial humanity^has dreaded the end.
Heath.'What fears ami doubts,^what awful dread the world once held^for all. What Is death^ Is there a^hie l.eyoiiil the grave^ Is the grave^the end of all^ Must the eyes now^shining wilh the radiance of ambition^and aspiration be closed forever'' Will^UM friend whom we follow tothecein-
ttaryII us no more^ These are the
i|iiisllnnsasked by wondering man^from childhood to old age and Ihe an^^swers Ihal have come can huve 1ml^one rnnrhjahindj The Unite cannot^grasp the infinite As well expect Ihe^busy ant to build a marble palace,^the patient snail oertake the lleetest
stc.il,the bal to cgarth, tha aagia in
Itslllght, lisping babes to measure^slurs and solve the mysteries of Ita^^sca.
Itcannot lie that the spirit Which^is attat reaching out for II. Ids unex^^plored and problems unsolved is des^^tined to .in eternity of Inanimate and^pulseless gloom. It cannot be that all^lie high aspirations, the exalted am^btUaag and the noble aims are the^mere Hashes of a vitalized clod which^Hum Ihe dull clay has sprung to^braajUbh speak, hope, love unit con-^agar, only to full back to the cold sod^from which It came ami he dirt upon
Hie feet of |||.Hiding kill.'.
Death|k as Ihe nignl The shad^^ows deepen, the sun sinks behind the
aeat era hills, a chilling breath cook
thelandscape, th^ outlines of familiar^objects grow Indistinct, the hum of^rascal and the noise of Industry die^away and darkness con era all. Willi^darkness come slumber, rest and re^^pose, but no Matter boa dark Hie^night, the morning ^ nines with Its^awakening glow, tho eastern skies are^Hushed with a new born light ami au^^nt lor day begins,
Whocan look upon the scenes af^life and say that this Is all^ Who^view the fruitless at rife and conclude^that here till hope must end'' Who^^mi gaze upon the lowly and say Huv^shall not some day rise^ Who can^see the suffering of ihe poor and say^there Is no halm beyond the grave'^Who bears the constant throbbing of^humanity s aching bean wilhout fi l l^^ing that beyond Ihls little world than^lies ii land of rest where burdened^souls aMy llnd surcease of sorrow and^of pain'.'
Thematerialist thinks be sees In^the Kaplllg tomb Ihe last receptacle^of all that makes the man. He touches^the cold and pulseless casket of the^soul and says: This clay can never
rise.' Me applies tile tests of science
andthe laws of reason to the rigid^form and proclaims: This is Ihe end '^Hut even while he mocks ut hope his^own liiiprtgom-d soul i rles out against^his cruel creed. Turning from his^harsh philosophy he plunge* Into the^battle for power nnd supremacy with^redoubled energy. He says there Is^no hope, yet hopes on. He cries out^against eternity, yet, moved by an^unseen power, he reaches for Joys^whb h belong not to the earth and^atarll for goals wln^Ji_jje beyond Ihe^vale. He mistakes the finite candle^with which he lights his ^.toping way^for Ihe Infinite sun of eternal light.^Bananas It is .lark at midnight he^shakes his doubting bead and says^there Is no inoin.' And yet, through^all the night he dreams of pleasures^thai must come somehow, somewhere,^when, shaking off The cloak of gloom,^the morning dawn shall break.
IllIhe presence of Heath how fee^^ble are the arguments of the inildel.^He rails against ilogmus. yel is the^personitlcation ,.f dogma, places his^pnoi* know led);.', his dim light, his^brief moment of experience against^the teachings and Ihe experience of^the ages and says MMN ^ an ba noth^^ing after this. Kvcn the agnostic,^who Is honest In his doubts who^gives aggression to the uncertainty^will, h hits crept Into every mind pre^^sents an argument which is a hope.
Headbit essays, listen la his Speeches.
weighhis logic, and Warn you have
strippedhis weapon of its gundy dec
orationsyog will find ho edgeless^sword whose harmhss point Is the^confession: T do not know .' I If^course he docs not know . Neil her do^We. NY do gal know ill Ihe sense of^ot ular liemonstratioti. We do not^know in the in me of niathemalh.il^proof. We do not know as we know^the irrefutable fads of the multiplica^^tion table. We do not gltOW, but w I^hop.*, and hope sustained by the rales^of promise baconaag a balj and in-
spll'id belief. All. bow little do we
know.Wo know the past, we see lbs^liresetit, but what sage or oracle has^known |h^ fgttirn^ Who mining all
thephlloaopkera lias iii able Ui t II
youwhat the miiriow will bring^forth^ What mortal has been Mnatet^of one second of time beyond tho mo^^ment In which he speaks
Stun.lingin Hod's a. re. looMng at^the epitaphs and Hglaglgsj for one^fitlrit voice from the sleepers, the^sighing winds glaaja make answer to^aw pruyeis. If those who slumber^with,n the ^ily of the dead could^break the gMMM spell of their drcnin-^b's'l repose, wo,i stories they could^tell, what uiystoiics they could solve,^what wonders they could reveal.
If we but knew ' 111 these four^Words we And the height lllld depth of^human wisdom. Tliey foilow us fnun^tha 11 Mill to the grave. Youth looks^upon tha helpless babe snd says: If^he but knew.' The man gazes upon^the Mgdk who follows Ihe MM of his^p.ission ami says: if he bill know.'^i lid age sees ripe manhood l ushing lo^ruin III the race for wealth and mur^^murs if ba but km w ' Daalh^standing in Hie shadow, smiles uihiii^them all and whispers. If they but^knew.'
lie who smiles upon Ihe helpless
childIs but a child himself The child^max i hang*', he may lose his bloom^and boaaty; his face nia\ bnaMM wan^and worn, tie luster may lenve the^eye and the music of Ihe voice imiy^vanish, but In the iinti' i IhuhIht of^eternity, where men reach out in^grat-p the eivret of the tomb, they^play again the part Ihaj played when^InddMng from trn-lr trundle beds they^triad, to grasp the moon. And how^ihe longing for Ihe early youth ^ lings^to the heart through all the busy^years. No matter how great Ihe vic^^tories how brilliant Ihe aehlexements,^how aide the fame or enviable the^surcss. the heart turns bal k as age^creeps on and through th^ silence of^the years there nMMM a sighing wish^to live once more our childhood's hap^^py days. W hat nuin grown weary of^ihe strife and burdened with the^weight of cure but in his reveries has^said: 'I wish I were a hag again^^What pomun. patient tlmugh she be.^nanWg' x^lt* her woman's heart tv
sufferher full share or grief, bul.^sometimes, musing mi the past, ha-^iliiged her patience with regret and^wished lo Is- a child again^ What^tears iind pains and smothered grief^what shattered hopes and vanish^'!^Joys, lie hidden in that one sad wish^uttered in every land and clime Is-^i.i'li ^ Sod's I-ending skies. And oh^how sweet ihe bulm of promise whb n^tells us tlmt in the other land lo^which our .had have gone, the youth^that conies can never fade, the happl^la ss ne'er die.
Death:s th ^ pilnee of wooers, the^king ' f n lid tarn tha acme of lm|^ai^ttaUty, the |ieif. -Hon of micorss and^i of infallibility. In Its mi^^ni i 'lng p unds it eon: s to all alike^and watchful lime has ^.t to charge^M RattW . to Ha score. It Iras aa^spirlal favors to be.^tow. We know^i w.th what manic art It wins its^-:i ggglii g y No i in- w In. hears .'^mi. ii -nig can live in t. II the tale. All^who Iiml slumli r In Its arms sleep on^until the other mhore Is reached. \\.^know not with what dulcet spwch it^calms tho fears of fain-ting age, nor^can we Ii ir the lullal i^* with which^It lllis the Filent nlgal an I lures our^dimpled darlings from our s!d -s^\\ I th r Its mission be the gathering^to its bow m of a careworn patriarch^i.r the plucking of a beauteous bud
ft.in the si ikigtlaaa of oMtdftHMd. M is
^^.^i pres'iat. It rests not, aafghaf^d lea It pans Us chilling countenance
i- ' J sh l.low s ^ .: tie lie rn n lei .i'M '^Its sp i tie to ihe phantoms of the^night. It was In tie- beginning and
Iiill b ^ In th.- i ml Ii was with Mary^at Calvary and imparted llw sad les^si.n of th^ cuss, which shun as Is-st^ihey may. the erring son* of erring^n ,ii mmi I arn and h i'd while gn^.^Ing through this vale of tears And.^after all. how Just a Judge Is death^lis c.rtalnty Is no more uncompromis^^ing than Its Impartiality, it knows no^class, no sect, no creed. lis portals^. pen lo t'tve Just and to tho unjust, to^the rich and to th^ poor, to the mitrtvty^a.nd the lowly, to the famous and Ihe^ol soure. It la the unbending dls-^pi gnar af Justin, the unwavering ioon-^oel'isi, the unbiased Juror. Ihe fault^^ier guide, the unerring mi ssi-nger. the^faithful nurse and punctilious guest.^It Is the eontlnel at the gateway of^i taraitj and nana whom it salutes can^backward turn or disobey its will. It^provid ^s the goal of every, life and^ma-tirs every heart. Above all. It has^a common plan - for all mankind and^says to those who fain would rule.^'Tht ft are no classes here.'
Whenthe frolic of this life Is end^^ed, when ihe artificial lights of an all^b i ii rt i Hi - iu I existence have ts^n ex^^tinguished. w'h^ n the musJe gaggM and^the hollow laughter ends, tiie reveler.*^unmask within the court of di ath. No^die ption there; no wearing of false^ragl no .subliming ef witnesses or^bribing of th - Judge; no consideration^baantMa of earthly riches; no punlsh-^u; lit of the wi-ak and forglvem** of^th I cluing; no narggagttag of the Inno-^i nl tn i' adulation of the utility Let^th^ gold worshipers pile up their for^^um ^ until their groaning vaults burst^with Ihi weight of c-oln, let ciars^wield daapaak sway over the eubmis-^^iw million*, misiarchs build chariots^fi r Hi ir glory and palaces for their^i ^i.i, yet the day must come when^Ihey will ha summoned before the bar^af I ath and there n|^|ie^r In all the^t iki tr ^ of their helpless destitution.^Thi.^re ^h-y start upon a Journey with^^out i e sj to pav th.lr wav save such^aa thi y have corned In deeds of Jus-^tiii. tluutty and love. Within that^court the rags of peverty are not^Man! thi M gag no bjgghjfg of ghggga uti^Nm face of virtue; no tears In the eye^i f h im I - 4 Innm-once. no heartburn^^ings in th - in,ust of in- oici-i ssful^prld '. no ti -if of worth save worth It^^self: n i silken gow ns' to hid^ the bl-m-^ir.h gj no t-rorn for ggaaa who on this
anil foli iwed th^ humid:* walks of
hiMaapM boat sty.
IfJusIUk^ lives the time must come^wh 'ii i'ii ry humbl^ ngadgaw In this^world whiici* lif' has l*^ti a Joiirn*')^through the deaert of unri'warderl toll^shill And his bunhm lifted from hi-i^I ok while sunny days invite him to^his aggn. If every' promlw* of nature's^law 4 be not a cruel lie, the patient^to I. ti-.. silent grW, the iiucempraln-^Ing s^ If-sacrifice of her who tuovs t*.'-^e it It Hi' fnwn cf fate to pas* her^days in slavery and her rights In bit.^tor tears, will goggi ^lay MoaaoM Into^blis* and crown with Jewels of content^th oft-i' gl it d mother of the poor,
Nogift W'k ever born to die^Thought i* eli mil. Inspiration is but^n breath from the Infinite, charity is^I' .' ivfl.etiil glory of It. thlelieni. nml^genius Is the meteor spark which^Iheh a from th- star of h'^i*^.
If.Indeed, there he n*^ rewnrd ls--^y in-l th tomb, what meekcry is life.^If thai brief term . f y. us is nil of ..p.^portui.'ty Ihe s ml eHn have, in what^.i supreme hare* we pliy mir stupid^piii^ The tiueher p i -s e'er hidden^lonns. burns th' mid.light oil In^leal ii of ttuth. il^lvim In the n mot
n - of ncanhen for tans with
Hennessy's Hennessy's Hennessy's
|l\inllnuednn Page Scm ii i
Plainand Fancy
Worth$1.25,SI.50 to^$2.50; reduced to
OnMonday we plait* on sale 2,000 yards Very Handsome
Plainand Fancy Silks
*^At the nominal prii( Tile per yard. To make a rapid clearance
ofthese new and stylish tcxtii'ies. which are fit for a queen to^wear, we take no consideration of cost, hut saerifiog them all on^the altar of Low Mam Our Silk Sales have always proven satis^^factory to our customers, and we iruarantee this lot to be netter^than the la st. We do as we say. The Silks are here to lie sold^for next to nothing. OoMM early mid take your ehoiee of the^choicest.
HandsomeHroeaded and Printed Warp Siiks in all styles^from the larjre leafy designs down to the small' st scroll cti'ei is ;^BUdk Salin Broe^Ug| White and I'ream Satin^Brocades; OWkfMUanl Striped Taffetas; Black^Satin Jltichesse and Arinures; Kli-iueh White and^Black China Silks; Dresden Silks; 'I'laid and^Plata Silks. All pi at the very low price of ...
seeour corner window
Richf%ur Capes
ASplendid Assortment, and every one of them gggagM hy us^for spot cash from the makers. If you think a Fur (ianneiit^too cumbersome for this winter resort, you will be interested in^the following^:
Wehave ggjM over our entire stock and selected all of tho^broken lines of
Capesand Jackets
Thereare in all about N.^^ garments, consisting of Box Coats^Franklin Coats and l'eleriues, Full Circular Capes of Beaver,^Boucle, Kersey and Persian Cloths; sizes ;t4 to 4(1 inches, bust^measure. The regular prices of these garments have been $10,^|U and $1*0 each.
To-dayyour choice for
Id^ * i^ ^ ii 'i' i'',
.allies'All Wool Cloth Waists. Navy.^Wine, Black and Cardinal, like cut,^only
v~ - -^'
Leyson'sHoliday Watch Sale S
Astock of Chrlatma^ watches that are bahhUMg and are bargains.^Just think, an An^^rieM.n watch in gold flll.-d cas*-. warrante*! to^wear for 15 years, only I7.S0. (!^Hd llllisl and enameled watetggj^only ^10.ii0.
Clta'tilain* watchi* only I*. A nickel naar stem-wind watch only^IMk We have a variety of grades up to |.riim. including the cele^^brated Patek PhlUlpga Watches. We arc making a special drive^this season.
|:'iniwatch v*e will give away to the customer aim holds the lucky^number New Year's day. 'Kerry customer gets a tk-ket also a^street car ticket on all linea Itv \
WATCHMAKERAND OPTICIAN^221 North Main M., llutte M..nt.
Arethe Correct Shapes.^None wear better . . .^None are More St\ lish.
Goodlookers and food wearers, in^all colors and shape*, for
Sa.oo,$j.oo, $3.50. $4 00, $5.00
106North ,1ala Street. Buttt, toalaia.
ColdWo ath-3 r Night Robes,^Cloves, Caps,Underwear. Bath
Kojes,. rruv ng Jackets, etc.
babcock^ co.,
Hattersand Furnishers.
Is10 hrive vour Iliainonils reset with vour initials on^each side of rino;. A |^liirfi ring with enameled initials^on either side ot' the setting.
Sildbjr M 10 ft MWrngfC il 14 karat only. Call^and - e tin 111,
Cor.Main and Park, Butte.
P.A. T-irgcyPreildtnt
C.II. 1'ilmcrVica Pre^!d^nt
t.m. Haaganacasmer
PaidIn r ipital. 1100.000.^RurpltK and unil;* hM t^roflta, 130,000.^Vnder Rt.ite uupervislun and Jurlidic*^tlon. Inter; st paid on deposlta. Sell! ex^^change availiihle tn all the principal^citlea of the DglMI Slatfa and Kuropa.^Collections attended to promptly. Trana*^act a general banking hualncaa.
Directors.P. A. I.argpy.t. H. Palmar,
G.W. Stapleton, A. II. Ilarrat,^E. o. Leavitt,f. k. Wilson,
g.V. Kemper,F. T. Mclirioa,
TJtelaWgfgi lift* in City.
CityDrug Store
iliist I'aik St.. llutte. Mont.
murrayopera house
JohnMagulre, Manager.
c.randopening. Thn e Klghta, Beginning^THI'RSDAJ^. OEC. 10. |MK. MATINEE^SATI ROAY. DEC. II^The niun.041 m. nl taken pleaHiiie In ^n-^nouncira the engitgemeiit of the emtio nt^Comedlun. Mr N. C. (loodwin, supportiil^hy Maahai Ellloll, ami a su|.ih eeni'.t -^eompaiiy. Repcnuiie: Thuri-duy evening
,,,i latnraay aaathMa, nrat tana gaga af
HatatUnaUucatta Ryley'a comedy, ^AN^AMERICAN CITIZEN.^ Friday evening,^^rat pres. in.itlon 111 thia elty of Sherl-^dan'a brilliant comedy, ^THE RIVALS^^(Mr. Ooodwln aa ^lloh Aeres' i. Satiirilay^avanlng Mr, Qnndwvn'i eatabiiahcd aue-^.' Hi a OtLDKO I'ooe.
Theanle of a. uta bnghM Turaday morn^^ing at 10 a. ni. at the opera houae. l'rlcex^lbs, $1 and ii .^.!^. RcXL-a aeconllng to loca^^tion.
Conn:- Park and Montana Streets.
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The Evi r I'op'.ilar Domestic v'omedy^Urama. entttlnl
Parlorspwlalilca iiMrclu.nl by Miss^V ^ - Harillng Ra^ mi nd I. Atkins, i'^E Hard, together with Ihe full strength^of Dick I'. Sutton's Famous Dramatic^Company.
I'le. a of ailmii.-:nn: Evening prices,^25**, 3.v and Mc. M.itine.- Saturday and^Sunday at t:^. Children. IV; adults. Zx.^Next we.k. DAN1TES
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