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THE ANACONDA STANDARD, FRIDAY MORNINO. JANUARY 1. 1897.
ANACONDANEWS. ICl-^i: *'w ^^v^'1 IBTIETBFlNkSI TwoHotels That Will Compare With^the Best of 'tin THEMONTANA AND RAVALLI BothUnder the Able Managomont^of Qi W. neynolds- rave era^Praise the Manner In ..Inch^They're Conducted. AnacondaIs prund af the smelters,^the largest plant in the world fur the^reduction af ^ ^^i^ i^^ ^ r. .Mi.c ^ inlii snjnjra^every ilay the visias that tin- nx-utitaiii^scenery jiroscnts, Anainndu tolls with^pleasure of her romplete electric li^ht anilrallwaj iiiirtn. Um pwn nltf supply,of the groat f^minii y. tin1 ex^^tensive brickyards, and l he wonderful^railway and win n tin- visitor is n-w m' ^^of the sightseeing ho Is taken to the^grand hotel, The Montana. shieh no^ok* atti inijta to describe to a Ml ranger.^He simply says. ^Come and sec Nocity In the great NofthWMt from^the Mississippi to the !':u iii^- coast, has^a More conveniently arranged, bolter^arranged nr more wisely appointed^haateliy than ibis, li wan l^ullt upon^plans drawn hy the bcal boti 1 architec^^tural talent that could lie secured, and^was built substantially. It stands In^the center of the city, or more properly^the city has saltier..| around It, and^now the handsome building Is mora^11 ia.i. ever the heart of the busy com^^munity. The exterior Is familiar to ev^^ery one who has been In Anaconda.^There are accommodations for :iim^^fruwts, located on four (loom. The^biHdlng fills half a block and la on the^ground Moor 140x140 feet. Th parlors an elegant I v fitiiilsVd^and artistically draped and ile^ orated.^t^n th^ walls ham; beautiful pictures^and bric-a-brac atlorm the mantel, .v^piano Is always open and there ni ^^many coay corners for tete-a-tetes and^social chats. Thelobby Is the rffltdeiTOttl for BtM^meeting; the quests of the house on^business and It Is fitted with leather-^covereel chairs, which are inviting to^the after dinner lounger for talks of^a soc ial nature or of business. In the^bar and billiard room there are other^attractions in the way of amusement. Thedining; room Is spacious and the^the m ist popular resort In Um city for^balls nnd receptions. In the table the^traveling public takes Its greatest plea^^sure, for Manager Rtyaoldl givci to^the menu cards his Sally attention In^peraon. For this department he had^built this year u cold storage building^detached from the hob I. || is of gen^^erous jiroportlons nnd within it are^stored game, poultry. Ilsh. I attar, aggl^and all perishable provisions, OlM loom^Is o an-1 iit., 'i nl a tampsrattsN of 14^degrees l'aiiM nio'ii the year ronnd, ami^In another at i!^ asgrses, srherein the^water for table us.' is frozen, and any^^thing els, thai it is dealt ^I Theyear has been a prosperous and^profitable mm to the house, about M^employes have been given steady em^^ployment. Among Hu m is a decorator^ami painter, who spends his sntlrS time^In keeping all work in good repair and^of fresh appearance. The entire build^^ing, from cellar to llagstnff, is kept neat^and spotlessly clean. TheRavalli.^On Aug. 17. IMS, there was opened at^Hamilton. The Ravalli, a hotel which^Is as near perfection as experience,^money and mechanical skill can make^It. Not as large as Um Montana, in^Anaconda, but if possible more perfect^In detail. The Itav.illt has a command^^ing view of the great Bitter Root val^^ley, and has a frontage of M feet by l*ft^feet deep. On three sides there |s a^spacious veranda overlook lag a w ide^spreading lawn and a nunc perfect re^^sort for the silnnncr can si atIv be foundin all the land Molilalia's^mati hb ss summers reimi in Ihlsralley^In all their clory; there Is tlsh and^game In abundant ^ and lli^se pleas^^ures may be onjoyan wlih none of the^discomforts usually attending a sum^^mer remit t Hutit is of the bot' i, Th ^ Ravalli, thatthis Is desrrlpt i\e. n little gem for^the traveler In the bent o4 the Rocky^mountains: a house furnishing every^modern convenient *^. lure rooms, ate)^trie Ugh tad, hot nnd cold .rater lii^every rt MB grates for cheery Urea, i v-^cry possible comfort to 1M IBW, Thelobby and dining rOOffl Br* gen^^erously proper!lolled, likewise the sale^pie rooms. There Is a bar rind billiard^room, and a barber shop in the house, petaihod from the main building Is a^laundry ami lodging room for the help,^who are as comfortably housed as the guests,though on B lo's elaborate plan. but With St. UU In 111 . el''. I ! b 11 kills nr.. I light,airy apartments. Kveryguest at ibis hotel slnca It-^opening has come away Braining Its^perfection and expressing regret thai^he could not make n a |^ i ni.uit ai^home. The^1iien^t r.^Moth ^f these Instnut1' n , The Men^tana ami The l:a\alllunder the managementof lientge \V l;,^\ nobis of thiscity. The Ravalli was built under^his supervision. Bad to Mr Reynolds^must be given the cradii for the gon- eralarrangements and apiitmeni of thehotel, He came to Montana a ti thehighest credentials as a hotel man. towhi^ h he has proved to be clearly^entitled. Manager Reynolds Is enter^^prising and energetic.constantly study^^ing the wants of the traveling public,^and Is tirelessly persistent In his ef^^forts to give compb If and t utile s.itN^faction. Mr. Kt yindds has every busi^^ness and social qualification and Is^popular with the traveling public ami^his fellow citlxens. .1on I'etei s ear yestt r-^duy and he rested easy except for the^pain In his back, of w ho h he com^^plained. ABOLT THE CITY.^Dr. Cl.rlsman^painless extracting 50c^Baths^Montana hotsl barber shop. Sc. Com'lCollege, new Davidson block. MajorDawson came over from Butte^| si' iday. Kngrnvedcalling cards at the Stand^^ard office. TheDaxzler^ c ompany are guests at^the Montana. J.I*. Hendricks of Hut to w as In this^city ycsieiday. J.Nat Londoner of Hutle visited with^frV i.ds mi Anaconda yesterday. Tryan actual business practice at^the ^'onimerclul college, Davidson^building. Oldpapers only 2r^ cents a hundred^at the Standard office. HubertMorrall returned yesterday^from a visit to Northport. Chenpontand beet^Gait ooal. Crys^^tal Ice Co., 109 E. Commercial avenue. Enameling,fresooelng and house dec^^orating by lirst c lass workmen. Mahan llros. Mrs.D. R. Mcltea is visiting her par^^ents in Stevensville during the holi^^days. Studyshorthand and typewriting at^the t'ommeroiul college, Davidson^building. CharlesAndri'oli of Warm Springs, a^well-known old timer. Is very ill of^pneumonia. Mrs.J. V. I'etrltz entertained a few^friends last evening, who watched the^Old year out und tne new year In. Standlnavians nre cordially Invited^to the services at the Scandinavian^i lunch lo-nlghl at s o'clock. Rav, !'. N.Melby of Hutle will COBdOet the^services. l'rofessiirHetleker MIQCf BOB1 Charles^K. Taylor as principal of the Anaconda^lluslii' ss college to-day. Messrs.Evvnrd, Wralght nnd Mutton^wont ilown to Deer Hodge last evening^to attend n New Year function at the^h line of Conrad Kolirs. Therewill he Scandinavian Lutheran^services in the Scandinavian church^this morning at s o'doek and Sunday afltrnoon at 2 o'clock. Th. Rodsnter, pastor. Mrand Mrs. A. Fortier nnd son will^Marl Sunday fur California to attend^the national convention of the Order^of I'ciido. They expect to combine^pi asiire with business and will he ab^^sent several vraafca, Newswas received In this city vos-^terday Of the serious Illness of O, Tul-^il ai his home In I'e.lar Itapitls, low.i^Ho ftirnieily lived In Anacumla, and Is^a brother of Shelley Tuttle of Salt^Lake. Mho has gone to his bedside. iheNew Year Ushered in in Ap^^propriate btyle. UALDFACLD SWEDE'S CASE Mr.Eank's Part In the Affalr-The Troublesof Mr Rollins fcx-^plainetl by tho Uofond-^ant-in Jail. Ibe Injured llcnaeth. PeterHenseth. the man who was^strut k by a switch engine, lut kily ^s-^caped with unbroken bones. His back^was hurt, and his right ear Ion ^ff in thecollision with the cow-catcher. No TheHooeptlon saloon openetl last^night under the management of Hid^QoodfrMnd, whose Intention It Is to run^ii first -class vaudeville show In con^^nection, having nothing hut the best^of artists from week to week. His^opening bill last night was Kelton nnd^Kt Hon. in high-class specialties, which^will continue all week. The music was^furnished by Professor Olson and or^^chestra The same bill will he present^^ed lo-lllgllt, ANOTHER ^UIT BROUGHT.^Ka-Aldeamaa Dr. Oliver Leber Seeks to KeenerPavel. SpecialCorrespondence of the Stnnilard. DeerHodge, Dee. .10.--Dr. Oliver l.ei-^ser commenced an at Hon In Ihe district^court today again D. K. Ilallaban as^oonntv In isui'cr to recovt r from the^toiiiilv Jbii'itV nllegetl to have been li^^lt gall) ' barged and collected from him^In taxes for the year IS91. The com^^plain) recites that among oilier taxes^levied BgnlnBt the property of the^plaintiff, Ihera was levit d by Ihe city^council of the city of Anaconda, for the yearIMB, ^ tu of i^ mills on earn dol^^lar of valuation of all taxable property^L ii in tha city. That among the^taxes levied by the said elty council of^tha i tiy of Anaconda on Aug. It, LBhs,^is win appsar from a resolution paaaad by aid tiij louncll. was a tax of live 0iii, for fire, light and arater parpuaaa, 1whit h mM tax v\as hmmm by said coun- 1il without anlhorllv of law, and was^, und m Illegal ami void. asuit Invoh mg a similar question or^law b is been determined In ih ^ dlstric!^court, that of Hubert Kv Ith vs. county^i re.i-'.ii or of D -er I.ntl:;e county. In hi- case the nuestion of the IfMguJIty^of the five mill levy BMMM by the city M il for lire, light anil water pur- .^, was raised, and ludKiuent was^entered mi the pleadings In favor of^the i latatML _ NotIre. ConnerPity Hdgg No f^oo. P. at T,. v.. ^'t is first and third Thursdays of each^month at Standard hall. 1 ^ Noiirei^^ ConafnaBavBi Sabd bills will he received at the^I ciiy tleik's oflice Is'fore p. in. on 'Monday, Jan i. ix^t. for the oonatrno- tlonof a fence aiound the tity ceme-^lery. in accordance with the plans and^specifications In the city clerk's office.^Hy ortlcr of the city council. To l.HAKY, City Clerk. TheMontana l'nlon service between^Anai onda and Itutte under their new^card tan hardly he Improved. The fast^train for Hutte leaves Ante onda at ! In. m. The afternoon train leaves at ,^.:4.^^. and the night train at N:lfv p. ni.^Returning trains leave Hutte at 9:00 a. Im.. 1- o'clock noon, 6 p. m. and Mt iP. ni. wVt-ar Vim. 'The Dazzlor^ company t^ut on a^clever entertainment at Kvans' opera^BOUssl last evening. There is an ex -el-^lent l ull, s' iiiiartet. ami a lolly I.a of^comedians. There Is nut even the ex- eaaaof a plot, i'ut in a irhtrtwhtd at^; fane ami nimble dancing the plot is^Hi He missed. There Is to Ih^ a matinee^When you take Rood's Plllx. Tin big,old fash. (his afternoon and another perform-^toned, siigar-coatett pills, which tear you all to and to-tu-ht.^pieces, are not to it with Hood's. Fasy to take ~* NoCripe Hood's andeas^ Ui ^ :^rate. Is Uue m OfHood's Hills, whi.-h nre as^* I I _^up to dalft ill gife,certain anil sure. All I 111 %P druggists i I. Hood ^ Co.. l ovir'l. Mast, theonly ntt w t-ke uitii Uix^u ^ Issunf^ssjg, | WhenBnbr wsji pick, ^^ gave her Cast oris. Whenshe was s I'hiM, she cri.tl for CasTerLu^When slie ltecsnie Xliv*. h\.* . lung to C,l.v|ori^,^Wbeu she had CUilJrrc, she gave thrui Castoria. Anoisy salut^ of tin arms. Ilrev.nrks, whistlesami bells was given Die old^ami the la w- year at midnight last night. The year has In generally a pitisperousone and Anaconda, ipie lineb in contented ami happy under^Its regime. They look hopefully and^confidently upon the future, untlfipnt-^lug and expecting as in in h fnun the^new-born year as they enjoycil during tihi. in tha i'a'ist i,in ami Methodist churches watch inghi iluiiis were held. Inseveral homes there were parties^ami In all the halls there were dances.^The Turners ami their rriends had B^Jolly time at the Lyceum hall, where^Professor Olson furnished music. TheLower Works Fire department^spent the hours In merry dancing at^the Auditorium. TheAnaconda Fire department gave^a very pleasing party, to which were^Invited their lady friends. The council^room was cleared of furniture and^made a fine dancing room. Hood music^was provided. Messrs. Frunk Root,^John Ness anil Chief Baton sang songs^songs and Master MdM Shovlln gave a^recitation. An elegant luncheon was^servetl of the best and all that the mar^^ket affords. Thestores of the city will he dosed^for the greater part of to-day and most^of them all day. This afternoon the^following ladies will receive callers in^slate at the resiliences as announced: Mrs. William Thornton and Mrs. Henaleyat their home on Main street. assistedby Mrs. .John Merrill, Mrs. W.^K. Itond. Miss May Peters and MKs BlancheKing. Mrs.i P urge Welcome, at her home onHickory street, naalnttd hy Mrs J.^r. Bpelman, Mrs. k. w. Pachovtr, MissesDurslon, Webb, Kvans, Church amiRuhrmond. Mrs.John (Klson, Mrs. C. F. Adams^and Mrs. C. S. Richardson, assisted by-^Mrs. C, It. Holmes, Miss Lisle Mat^^thews ami Miss Kathenne Finn, at^their resident! on the corner of Maple^and Third streets. Mrs.K. c. Thomas, at lier home. 609^Lot list street, usslsted hy Mrs. Joseph^Patem, Mrs. Una ley, Mrs. W. H. Har^^rison. Mrs. M. Donahue, Miss Mcloy^ami Miss I,etui ban. inthe i renins I Bora will be a grand ballat On Montana. Thepreliminary henrthg of Banja-^mln Hanks, tha pawnbroker, charged^with receiving goods known to be stolen,was begun lit fore Judge T. D.^FttXgeraM yesterday. Attorney Wins^^ton appeared tot the state and j, h.^Duffy for the d.-fi use. Tin- complaint^charges that H. Hanks purchased,^knowing to be stolen, the following ar- tlclts: i mm pearl-handled revolver, ona^onyx clock, ona silk dram pattern. ba It'iiMm:to Mrs. W. K. Colter; one clec- Itrie seal muff, two dress patterns, prop^^er t ^' of Kitty Haskins. anil one gold^watch anil one 4j-ealiber revolver,^i property of Kd Johnson. OlcAliramson admits stealing Ihe^above articles and claims when. Hanks^I bought them he told him they were^! stolen ami he might lose them. Olc^! testified that Hanks said he would^| take chances. Part of the goods have^been recovered on a search warrant,^but the remainder Hanks told the otll-^cers he had sold. Attorney Duffy moved^to dismiss the defendant at the conclu^^sion of the state's testimony, hut^Judge Fitzgerald declined to tlo so. The^conclusion of the case Is set for next^Tuesday. Mr.Hanks claims he Is being perse^^cuted by enemies anil that Ahiamson^does not tell the truth. Rollins,the eiimlnvment agent, re^^mained In Jail yesterday, his hearing Is^sel for Saturday. He p'tnlned Chris^Walsh to look after his Interests. Ry theconsent of his attorney RoUlna mad^ B statement to the Standard yes-^Icrday In which aa claims to Ije more^deeply Injured than his accusers. Inm out more Hum }:!^^.^ says he,^^on this man MeCaul. 1 thought he^was bona tide 111 his proposition and^when that crowd took DM out of the^I rxford I was cxpot ting hltn to come In^every minute. I believe that gang^WOUM have hung me If Ihe oilb is h id^not come along. Some of them that 1 baicted and it dged and tranted as utaH asI knew how. to hold them here. A^man who said he was U I. McCaut^came to my offlet six weeks ago anil^a , 1 me to | t Blm a force of men to^erect a Bt-Otamp mill gad miners for^well on B property w hit h he said v, as^IS miles from Anaconda. He refused to^shv where the mine was because he paidhe did not want to i^ bothered I receivedit telegram from him Dec. 7, fromBattel which aaM in roanoaaa to^my teli gram him at Helenn, Taw-^pi mi received, hold men. arlH Ba there^as soon ns possible, may ha a few days^more.' I have other letters from him^which were I ft at my otllce by mes^^sengers. Ills last one was as follows.^It la not dated, but 1 got It Tuesday: ''Mr. t. R. Rotllna, Annconda. Mont:^Will not have bunk house ready for^th^ men until Wednesday. Will have^teams there Wodne-ilay night. Have^you cot hewers yet. If ii^t send to Ruttafor them. Look out f^r six loads hayand grain; should ba there to mor^^row : conn s over the Croat Northern.^Send telegram to Helena ami oMtfN^respectfully, J. J. Me. Tomany of the men I have given^back their money because they got^turtd of waiting for McCaul. and at last^he fooletl me so often I got tired of^: waiting myself. He has not come yet.^I nnd 1 am out of money and in Jail ba*^i cause of him. McCaul never told me^I where his mine was. but said he repre-^j tented an Kngllsh syndicate. AssistantCounty Attorney Winston^i Intends to prefer a charge of lan*ny^' BgnlsMl Rollins, as that Is. he believes,^i the only one which tin law sustains.^The prisoner made no effort to get out^^ nil yesterday, he was perfectly sat-^stfli d to stay In Jail, where he has nle^Abramson as a partner nnd companion. OnOMBMgfa lattrst Veil. Pram tjM Cambridge .Kng.. Review^The athletic meeting between oxford^and Y lb' in London, and the recent ap^^pearances of American crews at Hen^^ley, have provided many opportunities^for the natmveted Kngllsh man of Bear^^ing the college war cries so typical at^the American undergraduate. These^cries. Pas. .1 originally upon the throe^lime thrice repeated ' Hurrah.^ of^which the first syllable tMSOOOMa lost,^have received endless specialization in parttenmreostetrea, from th,- pis Hani^nnry ^Hrek-ek-ek-vx^^ of Yale to the^^Yell. Yell. Yell.^ of Cornell and are^also modlrted to suit individual years,^or ^classes^ of men in the same college^The latest efforts of this kind Is from^Ccrtiell. while, according to the lotal ALok Voice. Advertisingwill do a great^many things, but it wou't bring^about the return of a lost^voice. The best thing to do^is to begin, at once, the use of^the sovereign roue for all affec^^tions of the throat and lungs^^Bronchitis, Asthma, Croup,^Whooping Cough, etc. It has^a reputation of fifty years of^cures, aud is know u tlio world^over ai AYER'SCherry Pectoral. paper,at a meeting of the freshman^class, ^Ihe committee on yell^ sub^^mitted several yells |o |^. anted upon.^After considerable discussion anil re^^hearsing of the various yells, the fol^^lowing one was unanimously adopted: Fln-de-Sletlie). Slec(le),, Fin-tle-^Si.c. We yell: l'JOO; 11*00; Cornell, Cor^^nell, Cornell. Itwould he hard to find a more elab^^orate product of the sumptuary laws^for the emotions, so peculiarly Trans^^atlantic. o PROMI.xbNIHlOPLE. Theprincess of Wales Is a great lover^8t UBgUt and ut the last dog show carried^off an armful of prises. Nextto (Jeorgn W. Vantlerhllt Mr. Ran^^som, the Halted States minister to Mex^^ico, Is said to ho tho largest land owner^h) North Carolina. ThomasW. Wheat, who lives on tho^Oostanaiila river, nine miles from Rome,^Oa., dresses In an old confederate uni^^form anil sa\s that he Is the one who^loaded the lirst cartridge that was tired^at l'^ort Sumter ul the outbreak ot the^war of the rehellloa. Tholate Judge Klmcr S. Dundy or Hie^federal court for the district at ffthraaga^was one of the most eccentric men on Ihe^bench. Hi at one time had himself car-^rb d to court while ^uCerlng witu n broken^b ^ In pravwl another judge from trying^tin case. Thodowager empress of Hi rmany Is vis^^iting her mother, QuaBB Victoria, and re^^cently c Ichrated her KM birthday by an^elaborate loyal dinner party. She is con^^sidered one of the le st scholars among^the royal women of Kuropc. Thereare ft w men In New York who^are directors of so many corporations^that their Pes for attending board nu t t-^ii k ' would alone constitute a good liv ing^Income. Samuel D. Hahcock has the rei^-^utatlon of being In more directorates than^any other one num. Russell Sage Is a^Very close second, and at one time .Sam^^uel Sloan was a good third, RobertCollyer, tlilogennrlsn I'nl- tarl.inpn acher of New York, 1ms prae-^tli ally n-tired from active ministerial clu-^tlt s, nkhOUgh he Is nominally still the se^^nior pastor of the Church of the Messiah.^Hi lu'ldcs himself on his BBM ami vigor^^ous manhood, ami the other day he re^^fused with stern resentment a young^11.all's Isilllf olTer uf a Mat ill a tfUWddd^car. CorneliusVaitderbtll has | hobby which Inslstaupon rkttag even while restrained^tram business by liokneaa Ha takes a pirsonal interest In th^ dairy and the^poultry yard on his modi 1 farm near MOV*^part. Praise of the gilt-edge butter pro^^duced on that farm is sweeter to his earn^than the most enthusiastic commentla-^tion of his costly and artistic mansions. o Georgia'sMany Home Products.^From tho Augusta Chronicle. Ceorgiacan raise better hogs and cat-^tlo than the West: lietter turnips than^Nova Scotia, ami at least equals Mary^^land In terrapin and oysters. Her fish sup^^ply Is superb along the coast and In the^water courses of the Inland. Kxperts say^that she has a gold belt superior to that^of the Pacific states. Hi r 'possum anil^'tatera cannot he surpassed. Her peaches^tlo not challenge MUM of California ami^Delaware, bug easily take first rank, and^If her Indian peach were revived i lu re^arouM be no kind of comparison. Texas^ralaaa more cotton, BUI Texas is uowht i ^^In manufacture of the fabric In rivalry withflsiwgla We regret to say th-.t Geor^^gia Is BONUQUaUl in one thing^she appar-^rmtly prefers to patronize products away fromhomo when her Bbhm Industries are Jestus good and cm be had at better^rati s. o PanSYears BhMUgfhi^From the New York lleral l.^Tho statesmen who constructed our !pn sen! system of government were^, good archlteCta. They hail one eye on^the limes In which they lived, nnd n^very shrewd weather i v on the disiat.t^future. No reasons for an eight-year^term for the presidency are known to^^il-V which w as not thought of, si rlous-^^ ly discussed, and laid aside us either IImpracticable or mexpedteul by tha niii t^f three generations ago. Four^! years are h ug enough, stnl In some^eg Mg they nre quite too long. You can^n aha no change unless It lie for the^urofSBi and thai Is not the kind of^el ii :^^ the American people ure hun-^gt t mg for. Hullfur Itent ' AfterJan. 1 the front, or small hall^In Standard building. Inquire at lusl-^ncss oflice. Thechoicest selected stock of wines^and liquors for family trade In Anacon-^da at Ed Devlne's, cor. M and Alder. WhenIn Rutte lunc'.i at Sherman's. Freshcandles received dally at Miss^Sinner's, 104 E. Commeii ial avenue. Mostbeautiful line of calendars and^Christmas cards In the city at L. A.^King's- GETYOUR PetersonBros., ai4Eftg, Turk Ave. Losee^ Maxwell, 110MAIN STREliT. GleaninoUp Sale ..WinterGoods.. All( apesAT HALF PRICE AllJackets^ ^ AilFur GroodlM ^ ** 5doz Samjile Apronsu ^ 20do/. Men's Doable lireasted Underwear, |2.00quality, at$1.00 each 10doi Men's Matoral Wool Underwear, worth12.50 per Suit, at$1.50 per Suit AGENTS10R HA NAN'S SHOES . ...LOSEE^ MAXWELL... ppipB^p^ty TOALL cThe old yoar 1ms expired, nnd we tnko tins opportunity 4^J to siuceroly tliitnk our p:ttrons for their geuerous patronaeje, Jk^thus ciiahling M to tlouhlo our proctrj- business over the ^^pVMtfliag year. We hope l^y a continuation of our low^prices, careful nttention anil first-class service, to merit a ^^continuance of your patronage during the coming year. The^^ secret of our low prices for the best goods is that we buy in^carload lots only. Wishingall a Happy New Year, we remain, Veryrespectfully yours, Wholesaleand . ..^. . . Retail Dealers 501,i'iO.! East Park Ave.,^Anaconda. WISHINGYOU ...A... Happyand Prosperous NEWYEAR Justa Word^y OurBtUfU polit y Is hasetl on leltim; ynu Ba your own judi;e as to the good;^you need. Nobody is pestered to 'my and no itrliltrarjf rules govern your^chooslns when ^mu do buy. Wo MVUff Bjvei lise a low price for effect. Thar,^we leatl in Hue Komls at low prices no one uuet i it ms. That we compel low^prices Is evident by the maneuvers other dealers make in order to attract the^attention at shoppers pressing this way. WhenPry QUU4M are talked atWUt UM praclli al housekeeper at onco^thinks of Qragjofg, where batciilns are as n il ns they are many. A larRe, new^stock to select from, exclusive styles, sui erioriy of tpiality ami positive mon-^ey-savine; g|a the links that form the chain that holds tho trad.' of a think^^ing and prudent public. Agentsfor Butterick's Patterns and Publications NEWYEAR GIFTS on:AMOfflMBn OF Goldand Silver Goods OFALL KINDS t'lienperthan ev.r. Low prices, Rood^goods and best of terms the rulo ob^^served towards all. Don't fall to call nnd^see us when looking for bargains In Jew^^el ry. NewYear Supplies AT PETERSONBR05. Turkeys,Cranberries, Mince Meat.^Celery, Prang**., Bumbm ami all^kiiuK uf Cnndv and Nuts -, also a^full Um ^^^ Wines, Liqaori Had^Cigatis SpecialPrices Onthese poods for the Holidays. KEPPLERJEWELRY CO., OlTKTAXS,ANAl'HN'n.V. c Beauty[Parlors... HAIR0OOD5. HAIR l^RES^IN(i^Face and S:alp fMHBs]^ ^ ^ V ,i,-ir llath; MADAMEYO NG. 20! K.\-t Pak* Avrscc. AsacOXOA IHACOXDAKPTAIK SHOP. SaVOpcnlne and Citm*^inatlons rhance.1. Cash BrHaltff.nlTyncnrio rx K.'i'aiml. A full lin^^oi l^un an.I lti^^fl^ Kr|w^r^ al *av^ .m hun.l. SkatetiriS'linff. * aw Filing and K^^ \V,.rk a^^;.','iall^ All ^m. ra! St^v. lt^ Work -t-w u^^ertlrr. 't'plii.l* t ring and Furniture Krpairin^^rt mc All work rall.il fur ami tlelivrreJ. Wr^autielt your pam^nasr. A.L. AI ItKlutir, J17 Oak St.. Anaconda. 't)tlceof Special Merliug. ItIs BsfsBg orilereil thai a special ses- laaaf ilie iionrti ef oaunty commission-^an af !^^ st Lspaga county, siim of sion- taaa,to be Bald, and Is ordered to meet^a', I if -r Ixslte ill the office of the clerk^af li t s. Id county on Tuesday, the itli^^l.iv of January, lV'T. und to continue In^n MbUH for two days If necessary to^trsnaniTl Ifea followini; business, to-wlt: 1To ht tllo with outgoing oounly olll-^cers. 2To transact such luislnees as Is nec-^cssary for the removal of the county 84at. 3To make nrriinKoments for brlnulni;^Bp present owner books. , 4To receive the liridite constructed at^the mouth of Gold crick and settle and^p:iy for same. ,^To transact any other business that^m.iv properly come Im fore the lioard.^Dated liter Lodce, I), c l^^i. C H. WILLIAMS.^II. It. HOKKMAN.^A. ^l. WALKER,^C'lialrmnn of Hoard of County I'omnil'.^sloners. Siit.- of Montana. Counry of Deer LBfBja,^ss. 1.John H. Fisher, county clerk of the^Bffgera named county, do hereby certify^the forpRolne; to be i full, true and cor^^rect copy of an onler of the board of^county eommlsslorcrs of said county,^p .i.l. (a tfea M tiny of Dcci mher. A. D.^gggJnllN- B, KI8HKII. CountyCl.rk of Vv*r Lodg. County,^Mont. AttestA . M. WAI.KK.R. Chairman. Trya Want Ad. in^THE STANDARD