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THE ANACONDA STANDARD WEDN13SD4.Y MORTTNG. DECEMBER 30 189^3 ButteNews.^SHE DIAKK POISON KittieEdmunds Swallow.d Carbolic^Acid in Spokane. DIED ALMOST INSTANTLY thatVMM not lie the natural romment.^She was rntln-r tall and slender, wllh a^^oll-moulile^l faif anil I.lack hair. Of latr^-lie has lM-^ n scon ..ti the streets o,lllle^often with Mr*, i.orkow. In fact, has^hern almost a constant romiuinlon of her^^i-1 ^ r- Thf in wm of h.-r il.nth caused gi ^-^prnl expressions of sorrow among the va^^riety people thin morning. Hlh F.ILUrtf. WollKnown to Many Montana Va^^riety ) heater l eople - I ho^Affair ^ aomnihing of^a Mystery. Fiomthe Spokesman 1:. view. KittleEdmund*, slst.r of Mr^. Ilel.no^tiorkow, drank Um MMMMa of a two (HIIH'rbottle of carbolic I la*t ^inlit anildied half an hour Inter. The deed^was eommlttnl In lor room-. '.^ and -I^Eagle hl.u k. Somethingof a mystery I-. conn', tnl^mitti her act. At tlrxt it ^.is reagart on I^^he had taken the acid accidentally, MU-^taklnn It for it tonic which Mo h.,,1 kt n^In the habit of taklim Thin Idea n ^^-^hardly to be borne out by the fact*.^There are dim rcpnii. a s In the tnWMM^stories told and an evident d. sir. exists onthe part of ttn^ |mo|iIi aw of the fartsto keep tin in liotu i lie pnbHc KittleEdmunds has bei n a well-known^figure In Biwkaiic for the past time^year*. She came In re .,^ a v.u a n a ti. ^^but has been out of that l.ur-lin .- - lor^many months. She has l.ccii living nail, t-^ly In the KllKle blm k It I* known Ib 't^she has at tlim ^ bun ad.In i. I to dunk.^The prominence of her sister. Mrs. i^.^^r-^kow. brought mM by the aaaantlnaal^developments In the now ecli'liruti-e! 'c.r-^kow will case, has also (,'lvell lor some^prominence. She was a v.u.iw won. i^not more than 'S^ ^..ns. Ibr lioine I- In^Oakland or MMMla, Cal MM has a^younger sister who Is II\Iiik lluic Mir^hue nnme is Killie McKkaana, and In r^father Is a kMMMI in Ml fl'^^ mm* Iir.Ilulton. (iniiitv MMW, has an of- liee In the Firnwcll block. o]i|iosi|. tl.e Eagleblock. Ho was the physician tlrst^called. He said last night that taring^the evening, about II o'clock he thou M,^although It might ha\o been miller, a nusHngor boy came to 1.1- t.llio^- anil s lid thatKillie Edmund! ni -i, 1^ In kef^room and wanted him to eotnc avaf M mediately.^She b is el lin ^ .1II. il in.' lo^llttelld her when she was ill,^ said UM^doctor lust nlkht. ^ami I went ovci ilniik-^Ing nothing unusual was the matter. 1^found her alone In tin- room, lying on the^floor. Her lips were burned with . ni.nii.^add and the empty boll le lay l^ side her.^She was beyond help ami died in a short^time. In a few nionu nis. and MM ^-'a-^tiled, I^r. RMMH Joined me. I examined^the room and could tlud no letter or any^^thing to Indicate 1li.it the act Was ] |. -^medltateil or Unit n ^.,. . un ide .V. in^^quest will be n. . . ir\ Slo- was nttlrc.l^In her street clothes The skirt was w.i.^iind she had evidently just come In from^u walk. Thedoctor at llrst said he UmmJBI the^woman had tak. n lh. MM a. .1-1-lit illy,^flu the bureau in front of her v. i Ml^boltle of tonic, ll four .Milli e bottle, wi ll,^the carbolic act.I boltle vi M I raw^ounces In capacity. Hoih bottles wan^from Krum ^v llraley .. .Inn, lore The^doctor eeld the case mlghi Is -ail- ni .^loiter Inform.iilou showed thai the m^^seugcr boy that had wiMMMied the doc^^tor wne called nhnut '^^ ^^^ o'clis k. Win ti^Informed of this Dr, lmit.ui mM thai I a^might have been Mlalakea in Um ilia. .^mid Instead of Is-lug iilnul II o'clock^when In- was ^.ill. .1 ll might ha\e l^i-ii^in o'clock. Whena Bpokcpmnii-Kovlcw re|M^rler^culled at the r.m.nis uli.ie ilu- ho.h lay uwaitiiigtin- coniini oi the undertaker,^he found Mrs. II U.l n andMrs. I.. I'atki i id i h. ,n : iii charge.They refused lo .-ellntl MM to the rooms.Th.M s. . nn-.l lo be Be Vara! people^In the ui'aitmeiiis. Both erOMen profeeaed Utterand prol'ollllil IgMWIthe In in nerIn which the woman in. t lu-r d- ilh^sad as lo who hi.-i Mecotiertd hat act,^Mrs. Mulcolin said that Mrs. Parker MM^her and Mrs. Parker said Hi d Win n rJM^arrived she found In. liutiou in Hie^room Hhd he told In r. Mm MM mm kad^MM to tall. Kottbor woman wo .i I^mil km.wini; when Mi- Bdainndl to..',^the ucid, but Mrs. .Malcolm said she^thought It was about s o i in. k. but then^corrected herself and said -In km-w noili-^Ing aboul the niatt. f at all. Atthe Mm of the MoaaaMJi r MMM|^the night i i-tk in ohargi w is aakod -,s^to how the tin --si^ 11l^ t i .\ i h it li mi sum^^mon. .1 Dr. I mi ion art railed Hi KittieEdmunds came to tin- door^about I'M O'clock and . aid thai i-ho was^si. k and wanted a h..\ to pg for UM doc^^tor, .he boy Weill mil ami she went back^to her room. 1 siipiw.se.^ The olh. c of^the messenger BOMpaajy Joins the MMM^block on Stevens street. In view of the^other statements rtJffenUayj Ike summon^^ing of the doi lor lh^- stal. nielli seemed peculiar.The clerk was positltnl as to the^ti uth of his etatemetit. The messenger couldnot be seen as the i Icfk said lie was^off duty and bad bjo0m holnc The el. rk^said the boy had reported none of I he^fncts lo him and he knew not hint; about^the mutter. Itwas learned that the llrst Informa^^tion rc.-ch.id by the undertaker came al ll:juodoi k lii thi- tin in ol a telephone^message from Attorney MmMM al Krum^it Jiraiey s drug store, notifying tbean of^the death and MatrejctMi IkeM to ini.i^up for the bedy, Lob r Mr. Kmmmj bj W Word0^er not to tinoc tlie body tllllll^Mrs. llorkoi. arriv. i. This ordjaff Vftl^lati r count, rmanded, as Mrs. Horkow,^on Udng MMnajed of Ho- tragedy, keeaMa^hysterical and had to I- ati. nd.d by nr.^Smith. KarlyIn the .venine. n apt* tra.'MMa^Edmunds was at Ike brewers and ep^peur.-d In c.kmI h.al.ii a -i-aus. Ml ^^drank aeveral glasses ^.f beer He re, n^la suld that she ha- bun diInkMaj for^severuLduys past. Atan early hour this niornltig It was^learned that the incs.-. a ,. i i.o^ Mullen,^when summoned by Mis, IMmmiils. was^rent by her to Krum .v la ,hy - stor.^end th.rc purchased Ike i irkoMJ a. 1.1^for h.-r. It Is surmls, ,1 tkai -In- look u^Immediately op his giving n to lo r. ami^that he went for tin- daw 101 w hen h.^discovered what she had daaM, It ami^Impo -pde to Iind out wh.ili. r or not^Hi.-r^- was any one with h, r when she^drank the acid. There w.i. i . nu - , .. ,.^last night that a man was pi IBM ,, tile time. Or hid bull I llcl ^'' .- !lo| I \ I lor. KittleEdmunds carve to Si-k n son-^three years ago with lei- Btetcf Helen*.,^now ilrs. (iotkow. ..oi t1,.^team of l-almuiid- Mai I Ikay ptayed^their Iirst .iik.ii.-cii-,. ;i .. i - . | |...., ,^thcat.-r. Th.-y ma.l. .ji i. i ; petrous Of that hon-c. all.I wln-ti tie People'sopened .-lu-ag. d ih.-ie. where^they worked as a l^ im MaM HelMk v. -^marti.-d. After this KlttM all ) .1 alone^for a time, and was also fur awhile a^pertn.r with Helen Addis, a ^hater of^j^ady sholto Itougtaaa, under i*. aauMa^of Edmunds and Ad.lis. and pla^.il iK.th^In Spokane mid sum.- of Hi. Montana towns.Kittle Edmunds was always popu^^lar and had a great in any III. mis among^the variety people. - sh. was sai l to Is^en open-heart.si and good-mitur. .1 girl,^ever resdy lo In If a ni -. i in need. KittleEdimiiids was a good-looking^girl, by gome Mflal kUMMM; Ikiiaajli TheOagBM of Mrs. I.nwney's llnther Hud*^den Oeitth. Therather sensetional fcglurea aur-^roamdMgJ the dealli of Mrs. Edward I.. I...wn.-y.who Was fou.nl dead In bed^[ on Monday morning, were all cleared^away at the inquest which was held^yesterday afternoon. Mary Sullivan,^the dead wi.man's sister, who had at^first Insisted that It was a case of eul-^cl.le and hinted at some .lurk secret^which would Ih^ hn.iight out at the In-^v.sHgatlon. contradict.-.! everything^sin- had previously said nb.nit tin- case.^Sh^ was positive Hint her ^l^t. r had not^column ted suichle an.I admitted UMI MM MM Uttller tile llltluen.-e of 11 11.^ ^ I whensin- talk..I with th ^ coroner on^Mult.lay rfMnMMh Itwas shown that Mrs, Lowtiey waa^(|Ulte n haul di ink. r and that she Iind^Mlfferi.l ff.un heart IresgMo for several^years, Ib r husband l^^sillied that she^drunk to eajegM Maty when MM heart^Inn t her. A verdict of death frmn some^unknown h-art trouble wan relumed. SUIT IO Hl.itoLOSK .1.T. Carroll MtMgJB AeMog tgnliist the^Itiitte lloli I Annex. .1 T. OMMN yestenlny hr..light eull^in iln- alkalik 1 cunt against OMtfMMf^1 11. llo.lin, Maltle I^. t'urtlB, I'. A. I.ar-^| gey and jnmca I^ llainllinn for MM^and In flMjeikMa it lien mi the Unite^lintel annex. The nitmunt mut for Is a^^ balance alleged in be tea for building;^nun.rial furnished the contractor be.^IWeetl Jtllle .''I lltl.l l^.e. I.^,. Ixh.'i. An^nltoincy's r-c of $|uil In also ^!^ luanded. Olderof MMMI tMlieers. Atthe MCMMr MaaMMoi of Alpha^cum ll, Ko, M Oraler of I'.nil... keld in ni TeMplgra hull last eroailgsj the following..liners were duly elected for^that ensiling i.-rin: I'ust councilor. T.^ti. Heine; councilor, J. T. Andrus; vice^OOtuKlbir, Mrs. ma M. Miles; aorre-^t iny. .1. A. Mi M Ulan; I re,isurer, I.. T.^1'n sent!; guide. K. A. Magee; chaplain,^Mrs. Kmuiu I'. Miici-I: warden. Joseph^l'. Singer, m mini I. .1. II. Jm ksmi; Hied- i.al egatmlner. in-. Tom h. m^^; trus- s. r, K. ibinlnti. T. ^i. ll. ine and J. TiAmlrus. Ever)body Know* .lohn. Fewth. re are who have not heard^of Ihe eMMMuM John lull.in, who up-^peats nt the npern house Thursday^night. Many w ho are prejudiced against^the stnge overlook their scruples to see^him. Mr. Hlllon at no time descends^to low- comely and this, in part, ac^roajBti for his grout popularlly. A pol^^ished, scholarly gentleman, ho hits al-^ways adopted the cleanest and best^methods In stage work. Never In his^entire career has he appeared in a play^w ith it ngrglhUlghla Motive of uttered a^suggestive line. Nolle.-. AHmember.-; of Unite I^.lge. No. 2^,^A. V. .M A. m.. im p.! i ts of Masonic^linlgcs In the coiieuii. nt Jurisdiction^and also sojniirnin^ Masons are ro-^qMMhtti .1 I., in.-, i in Mas. nu temple nt^I O'CMck p. in si.ai p Thiirs.lay, I H e.^It, for the paarpOM of paying the last^tribute of respect in our MMMMaa]^brotker, w ullauu CMMMMr. lute msm^ber of iiiiig. iy lodara n,,. :r,i ,,f cuiior-^nia. Per oreler of tin- w. m. W.T. BmMWMMi secretary.^HUKb,-. MOlBte A.it. Meore'a ..minus Rod WUhai is 24yeiirs old. Kdt.eai-h is visitlugf his old home at^ColUMbM, T. nn. SenuiorA^ 21U, was belilnd the mon^^ey bin one- this season. Rival(I) l.y Kremlin, 2:0T\, recently^stepped a. mile in 2:17. I'lain-twoii seven firsts nnd over^*1\nim for tienrg- Starr tins season. lb.b.t't J. pin ..I a mile over l-'h-et-^wI course in 2;u;i. nn elecllun day. JohnK. Ik y has d. . i.|--,| to try his^Kind ut naming Ited Hub, 2:1 iVi. next^: orison. MonroeSalisbury's famous stock^farm at I'lensuntou, t'ol., hua been^prli e l at l22.r.(M. Salin Slippers nn.I I'.it Itow t.itiK jointlyin.id the fastest trotting record inhobble- -1:11, JohnK. Tinner's Crispy (.1). by ltil-^1 inl. 1:11*4, showed ii half over the^Ambler eotirgg in liM, Tmlnera. Tmwmui algtted n contend^tn InaM nt the I;. II.. Mead, (arm N.^J., for tin- MM nf :.7. a.II. Moor-'s head trainer. Foster,^worked r.alonn. 2:11. n mile ov.r the^t'loyerdell ionise in 2:11 lint. Silkwond.2:117. Is the sif Hilly Baker,who took a record of 2:lHii in^Hi.- lilili heat of it race for roadsters. Atthe recent meeting of the Mean* boraof the Mai Dreana Driving clan oh nf the 47i subscribers algued their^i hecks fur 117.62. Tie-race mare RoBO Turner, 2:1:14, la ownedby Harry Darlington of Aiie- gaeny,1'a.. who Wttl drive her on tho^lad i his w inter. ii.ari.-s Nokw'i brood niare, uny^Dale,In* Mun nf Dalghetty, 2:11.and riotiasli.'. 2:1.^.. has proved^w ilh foal by rn.-le Josh. 2.2^',. VII. Mooi-.-'s valuable old brOOd marektattle n. by Brown Dick, ami damof Hi d llinl. 2: In, Is wllh fmil at laaCtevardaM faiin by i^irector, 2:17. OUIPj UP i H DAY. IfEve hadn't tempted A.lant with^that iipple. what would the modern^taltora, Mlttlaeeg ami drcssmakcis Ih^^doing for a living now!-Sonu ivllle^Jowra il. 'W In n 1 get Into my new hmise I^in. an licit glMJIgMg shall go like^cl.m-kw..I'd.^ ^I see; the same as hero-^tofore, lick, tick.^ Iloslim Transcript. ThoMissouri mnn who won I.tsk)^glogoa on the election Is no dmibt more^liiinly MarrMoad UkM ever that Mr-^Kinley was the iiihattee u^.tit of good^i .a es - Chicago Pispaleh. Tagputting up a pics.Tiptlon for^your wiL s milliner.^ said the drug^i b-rk to his employer. ^What shall I^charge her '^ ^What Is Ihe usual price^for what she Is getttag^^ ^Fifty^.. nts.^ Chary, h.-r $2.7.'.. ^- Texns sift^^ing*. I'Myou know.^ enu! th.- man who^w is reading nn article about Ihe con-^ii.lotion of mcl.tls. ^that a clock ticks^fagtef ii. winic than suinnu i'.'^ ^No,^I li.v.r not ii ed that about a clock. Hut^I know a gns nn tt r does.^ Washing^^ton Star. It'stisi had.^ mM t'obang. ' that It^should have rallied the first time you^wmo y..ur n. w dress and spoiled It.^^^I don't mind spoiling the dress eo^much.^ said Mrs. Unhang.'hut the rain^kepi all the other women at home and^not ..tie nf them saw my dress.^^New^York Truth. Idon't think that l'.-niier is a sin-^. i^ writer.^ remarked one young man.^^You think he deeoafl mean what h*^-ays'.'^ ^Yes.^ ^Well. I know belter^than that. I saw eoniethlng that he^1 wrote the other day. and I'm sure he^meant every word of It. It was a re- inest for a loan of Washington^, Star. GOINGTO THE FALLS MttfflWfflfflW the|=Hennessy's Hennessy's Hennessy's 2 ButteEducators Will Attend^State Teachers' Institute. SOME FROM OTHER CITIES ASection of Law Quoted Thnt Pro-^vldee for Holiday salaries for^Teachera- I ho ^Stumping^^Practice In Vogue. Forty-fiveleu, hers In Ihe rtulte pub-^lie schools. Including Superintendent^horn anil moat of the principals, left^yesterday morning for Ureal Kalle lo^attend the stale teachers' association.^They were Juinul by 10 or 13 from Ana^^emia mid Dillon. About hulf the^llutte corps remained at homo hut^g in^ nf them will ultend the institute^later in the w i-.k. Inconnection wllh the threat of the^aCkjaM trustees to deduct the full^wi. k from the salaries of those Mac**^.rs who do not go to lireat Kalis, the^trustees may Iind some enlightenment^in the following from ihe acbjool law.^found In section 1m3 of the political code: Inevery contract ls^twecn any^i.-.i. Ii.-r ami board nf trustees a school monthshall l^nstru.d us 2d s. ho d days,or four weeks nf live days each,^and im teacher shall be required tn^i. uch mi h.^ol on Christmus day, the tlrst^day of January, the fourth day of July.^Ihe 22.1 day of February, the JMth day^of May. the llrst Monday In rt.ptem-^ber, election day In NoveinlM-r ami the^day appointed by tin- president of the^I tilleil Slales or the governor of this^stule as a day of thanksgiving. And^in. deduction from the toucher's time^of wages shall he made by r.-asnn nf^ill.- f.n t that a gcbool day happens tn^bo one of Hi.' days referred In in this^icction. And tiny contract made In viu-^Mtfcgg of this section shall have no^force or effect as against the teacher. IIla plain from the above thai lag^tags hers can not be ^ducked^ for mot e^Ikjag four days nnd Mill th. y arc en^^titled to pay I'm' New Ycar'a day. Adozen or more touchers have been^mi the rack before the teachers' eom- mMUf the board nf trustees dining Hi past week and theie were govern! suspensionsfor alleged lacornpotency^or for not having local oertlflcati -^Among those who did not have proper^certillcates lire some of the best and^most successful teachers In the^gCkjOoM. but because tiny were ttnnble^to answer a few questions submitted^for the purpose nf ^stumping^ them^they were refused certillcates. Most nf^these, however, are teaching on special^permits granled by the state superin^^tendent and they w ill have another op^^portunity to undergo an examination^in February. ATILL TAPPED. Ib. Thl.f Hid I ill I kMMg Time nnd Then Hidihe .Lib. IIwas discovered yesterday morn^^ing thai the cash register In Chin b s^WllUafaa1 aalnog had been tapped for^$2.^. The thief secreted himself In the^. . liar until aft.-.- the saloon wus closed^nnd th.-n took lib- cash register down^^stairs and transferred its roarteata to hispartala Ha made a hurried exit^lhi nigh the IrganOM over tile front^door after rvi r^ thing had i|llb-ted down^and there were lew people on the^stteeta. HABITUALTHILVES,^LfMM and fiallagber Trying to llr.ak im..Hi.- PgaMtarMrya TimLyons and Joe fhilhigher wore^ai icst.-d y. slei-.lay for stealing a horse^blank*! from an K.ist Park su.et stole,^nnd ns they are both oM nffendei-s. they^will he pr.isci ill. .! uri.ii r the hnbllu il^crlininal get nnd sent tn the potilten-^llary if possible. Lynns wus Mlaggll^from the cotitily Jail only n few days ggg utter m'tvdlg nut a s.-liletiie fi.r gteallngnn overcoat. (iallaghcr has .i.iit most ^.f iiis tinge in .inn recently^for at anting ctolkag nut of a laandry wagnn.robes ..ut of a sleigh ami lish^from a market. I^Startling...^| fScts.. |About Ladies' Wraps Wchave tli.'^Thost' (ianiiriits^and ni.-u'kcil at m^faultless;, but we AT1^One-Quarter |^- OFF -^We Offer: finestlot of New Mantles, Jaekots and Capes in Butte, areof the very Latest Styles, of tho Newest Materials,^^Monebly Lew Figures. They are in every respect simply^have too many. TakeYour Choice at Half Pricezzz Ladies' and Children's Dresses, Wrappers and TeaZZ% (i'twns;Cltitli and Silk W aists, Boya' Winter Clothing,ZlZ KnitUnderwear for Women ami Children, Wool Fas-Zz oinatonami Maokintoehet~S Babies'Silk Bonnets, all Colors, Ladies' ( ATZlZ heavyCloth Skirts, dark colors, Ladies'Knit- - HALFZZZ tedWool Skirts, all oolonI PRICE=2 DaintyBilk Petticoats at One-third Oil', WHICHMEANS A$10.00 Skirt for $6.66. ,0^^K)C^)(^^K^O^K^(K^^^OOOOO(KK)O \CHRISTMAS | BABCOCK's! Th.-Heal ireful ani Most aMeafelaai Presents J.H. LEYSON'S GRAND PRIZE Tin1dnwiStT Ol tlw ^ iraiul Prize of the :....$20oGOLD HOWARD WATCH..... WILLTAKK I'LAi'i; -^Thursday Evening, December 31st.... Kvi'ryrastORM | ts I tieki t en work or nicrrliantlisp. Btnetbu tieki ti givra to all ctutOM n who Mod thfin. J.H. LEYSDN JIWBUnianddi'Tici^n :L'l Nurth Main St., Bn^e ^fi nt NECKWEAR InBltry Coni*. irnMi^ Stylo nnd Color, S.Ik FursFurs^+ AllFur Garments^at ReducedPrices R.KOENNE, mABC0CKC0. X Hatters a ut] Fnrnishen^X 5 ATI1001 SHIRTSMADE TO ORDER WcMnkg WmM fhlrta fiom ^1 :3 to^$:', Sultii to mm fVoni 111 up. I'iints to^Old.'r li.ini i,'. up. H,ini[ilti* pi-lit l.y in.ill. M .1. HALT )N 3 M Itnuilw.iy. N.-nr l'.mtofflce. ManufacturingFurrier INNorth Mnitt Strr.-t, Butte,Montana. - ---v . r\. ^ ^ ^; mm mm* - CHRISTMASGIFTS OUAtPch4iv^ ^^ Hi^ 'ii'-t. h^^i^ ^ti..|g In s.,ii i...i.i ..i, i it..;:, .i .i..;.i ffimt, mbb tSSt ni^- ml. ^^:.. ^^I', r.rl ll-in.i;,-^, ^t pri,--. ran* lugfr.im li.ini U'.c. g la. Towle^ Winterh a Iter Jewelers ptWest Park Street, Hutte COALand WOOD ImUWbjomIM^P. W. MURRAY IIN Maiu BUmw Butte, Moat | v aStandard Want Adv STATESAVINGS BANK Cor.Main nnd Park, Butte. UWIOKKS. P.A. IjrpoyPrsaldent C.H. PalmerVice Prealdent T.If. Ho.lgonsCaahler Pull in capital, lluO.HOO.^Rurplua and un,livid.'il protltn, ISO.OOO.^VnJ.'r flnie cupervimon and Juris,lie. tlon. lnti n st paid on Ueponltn. Sflla eg. akauuNaenuabU in all th. principal cltleaof tho l nited State* and Kuropa. Collrctionsattendee' to promptly. Trane. acta paagBfnJ banking bualnesa. Dlreclura.P. A. I.argey,c. II. Palmer, O.W, Siapli-ton, A. II. Ilarret,^E. I^. Leavltt.F. K. Wilaon, U.V. MMar,F. T. McDrida, T. It. Hodgena. MURRAYOPERA HOUSE JoiiuMagiiirc, Manager. ThreeNIrIiIs an,I New Year's Matinee., BaajtaalafjTiifnanA y, hkc. 31, i*m, Appearanri.of Uaa cm r-welcomo Come. Hmj JOHNDILLON And hin H'imir;il^I^^ company In that^strong motlvo of hilarity, Wantedthe Earth PopularFrlre^-f^0c and ll.OO. Matlneo prlrfw,25r and 5^*c. MURRAYOPERA HOUSE JohnMiii^iiirr, Managrr. Thr^^ NiKhtu and Wednesday Matinee,^ItKC.lNMNM MONDAY, DKC. 28. Cosgrove^ Grants Comedians Tho'Iroat I^aughtng Success, THEDAZZLER TheNcwc.Ht and brightest of all Far. o^i'i.in.-.J iea. Papninrrrlcra^^^ and 11.00. Seats are^rn* on sale ....CASINOTHEATER.... IllTTE, MU.N'T. HIIKOf III I KMHIR ^1 Theit, at.st Nmclty Show on earth. AlbtaTaBmpIm Bateetakaeea, ImmmI i y Ihewnrl'l fumouK wonder worker Alblni.^The world'a grenteat male Impersonator. KllaW'.sn. r: Knglan.l'n irreatct rharac-^ter aMMgja artist. N^ 111.' Maitulrr: the^gnat whirlwind dancer. Fr.'.la Moloof:^|m gaarneter vocallat nnd hurleaque ar-^tistc. Miss l.aura Arnold: the ''aliforma^ki. kalHiuts. Raffcrty and Thurnlull;^Anierlea's Irish character vo'.iltat, Fran*^els Silwr; anil our ali-atar novelty com^^pany 111 Ike gr.-.it hurlcsque of UUUM,IT Tn DATE. UNIONFAMILY THEATER PartmM Mon WEEKOF I^E0 toJ AX, I. TenNights in a Bar Room Temperancew.-efc. F.xtra matinee Fri-^day. Jan. 1. A Happy X,^ Year. It Is tho^tli ft of a ^ear. Turn ov.r a new leaf. Pricesof Admission: Evening prlcea 25c^IV and Matin.* Saturday and Sun^^day at trJk rhlldren. lie; adulu Se^ImkI asMfe Tit for Tat; or a Born Liar.