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CRIME IS D HCREASING Statistics for the Year Show a Gratifying Falling Off. CONNOLLY'S GOOD RECORD Under His Regime There Have Been More Convictions of Law-Breakers Than Under Those of Any Two Pre vious County Attorneys. Compared with former years It has been a notable fact that crime in Butte and Siln r Bow county has greatly de creased during the past year. This may be due to many causes by rvhich the moral atmosphere of tile community has been improved, but the prini.tal reason for it, beyond doubt, has be-n tl t igoreous and successful prac'.I tion of criminals by the county attor ney and his assistants. Although ,\or'-.: ing underi great handicaps and against heavier odds than any previouns county attorney, Mr. Connolly hbis succeeded in convicting more lawbreakters than any other two prosecuting attorneys the county has ever had. It is a notable fact that since his conngction with the ofice of the county attorney, both as chief deputy and as the head, of the office, the only convictions for murder in the first degree obtained in this county in mlore than !O years were se cured, and to that fact must he attrib uited the decrease in capital offenses. In accomplishing what he has the county attorney during the part year had able assistance from his t(psitit s, Mr. iKelley and Mr. Alley. During the year just cleseid 540 complaints were is sued and prosecuted in the justice courts alone. Sixty-six informations in felony cases were filed in Judge Clancy' . department of the district court, and 32 convictions we're obtained out of 46 cases that were disposed of in one way or another, while 14 casep are still pending. Among the convic tions during the year were five for murder, two for murder in the first de gree. Thei following figures show in inter esting detail the work of the prosecut ing officers both in the district and jus tice courts: slurder-Informations filed, 6. Ac quitted, 2 (Nettie Wilson, Frank Sko fianc). Convicted, 3 (James J. Neary, 0 years; Laniel Lucey, sentenced to hang;. John Hesley, six months). Dis missed by county attorney., 1 (Charles Smelts). Note: In addition, Joseph Shafer and Robert Shadwell were tried and convicted, Shafer of first degree and Shadwell of second degree, Sha:, well getting.life. Robbery - Informations filed, 2. Pleaded guilty, 1 (John Ryan. 15 years). Convicted, 1 (John Moore, 20 years). Assault in the first degree-Informa tions filed. 8. Convicted. 6 (Peter Quello, 7 years; James Quello, 7 year:.; Thomas Sadler, 5 years; William Booth, 5 years; Wiliam Magill, 4 years; :ehaflng ....Dishes Needing the space they occupy for goods that are more it our line, we will close out our stock of ehating Dishes 5 0' lock Tea iCettles and Hot Water Urns ONE-FOURTH OFF FROM OUR REiU LAR MARKED PRICES See them in our south window on Tuesday and during the week. Hight & Fairfield Jewelers Butte For True Economy Keep Your Eye on THE BUTTE COAL CO. Place your orders dirett with us at No. 4 E. Broadway. NV- have in utofk all WVyoming anl .Mot-na coali, diry wood anl, kindling. Pennsylvania and Colorado hard rual, fuel. ok, ýt. Oar Ito.k Springs coal eliptses a ll others in the market for the ran rg or furnace ,r fireplace, it will give more satisfar ion than any athr c yot 'an burn. Standard prites, h|ont treatm elt and first t c'l.st fuet.l and er .ie :rm whett you will always re Sive fIro TT us. SBroad-, BUTTE COAL CO.,, BUTTON Cway h Il Ufle U .7 hiOce q77. William Magill. 4 years). Pending, 1 (Batiste Strozzi). Dismissed by county attorney, 1 (William Magill). Assault in the second degree--Inf..-; moations tiled, 8. Bond forfeited, 1 :ohn Harrington). Diatmisse., I (Ja1eic .Ii.'l sela). Convicted, 2 (John Lcdford, 4 years: Edward Erekson, 5 years). Dischtarged for failure of pr,,secutlin witness to appear, 3 (A. J. Schu macher. Fred Boyson, John MT latini. Pendisng, 2 (R. Cugno and Georgi Tyler). iGrand larency-Informations filed, 10. Pending. 2 (Llewellyn S. Hatch. Eugene Mlellier). Pleaded guilty. 3 (Joseph 2Miller. 1 year; Herman Fink ler, fined $20; Theodore Lawrence. 90 days in county' jail). dismissed by the county attorney, 2 (Gregor Werder, Burt Marsh). convicted, 1 (Frank Mur ray. 4 years). Bond forfeited. 1 (The odore Y'adnais). Dism!ssed on account of failure sef prosecuting witness to ap pear., 1 (Fred Barker). Burglary-Informations filed. iti' Pleaded guilty., 3 (George Teddy, R years; William Keefe. 1 years: Thomas Hogan, 1 year). Convicted. 6 (Henry Roach and Michael Driscoll, commit ted to reform school; Bert Edwards. 2 years: Elmner Ensminger, 5 years: Pe ter Nnrmandie. 3 years; Earl Bond, o lays in county jail). Pending, 5 (IJ.hn o Nei:l, Joe Holhnap t al., Mi cIha I Gordon. Kenneth HaViland. Dan Sullivan). Discharged for failure of prosecuting witness to anpear. 2 (Eu gone Thornton and John Sullivan. Forgery-Informations filed. 5. Dis charged by county attorney. 2 (Joseph O'Donnell. L. A. Livingston). Convict ed. I (Oscar Aiken, 2 years). Pending, 2 (Fred De Lyle. Howard McKentry). Receiving stolen property-Informa tions filed, 9. Convicted. 3 (John Searle. 1 year; Robert Sillary. 1 year; Charles Olson, 6 months in the county dail). Discharged by county attorney, 2 (T. J. Burns, Morris Perelson). Ac quitted, 2 (Barney Strosser. Charles Pierson). Pending, 2 (Pasquali Guid oni, John Boyd). Sent -to the reform school-Hugh Downey. George Smith. George York. Richard Dwyer. John Shea. Ed Boyle, James Benson. John Murphy, Henry Roach. Michael Driscoll, 10. Crime aginst public safety-Informa tions filed, 1. Convicted, 1 (Anaconda Copper Mining company. $300). Assault with corrosive acids-Infor mations filed, 1. Pleaded guilty, 1 (Katie Bush. 1 year). Mayhem-Informations filed, 1. Pend ing. 1 (Joseph Rice). Recapitulation Informations filed ....................66 Convicted .... .......... ........... Bonds forfeited .. ... Pedading .. .... ..................... 14 Dismissed on account of failure of prcsecuting witness to appear .. Dismissed by oounty attorney .. . 4 Acquitted by jury ................ 4 Total .... .... .................... 66 Also two convictions of murder in which informations were tiled previous to 18^9. The following summary shows the work done by the county attorney's office in the justice courts for the year: Complaints of all kinds issued, 540: complaints Issued charging felonies, 1.8: dismissed for all causes, 59: hear ings held on all felony charges, 99: held to district court on felony charges, 67; misdemeanor cktmplaints filed, 382; dis missed for all causes, 105; tried on mis demeanor charges, 277: convicted on misdemeanor charges. 216. Penitentiary offenses: Murder-Bound over, I: discharged hearing, 1. Perjury-Bound over, 4; not arrest ed. 1. Mayhem-Bound over. 1: dismissed, failure of witness to appear, 1. Grand larceny-Bound over, 13; dis charged hearing, 8: not arrested, 12; dismissed by county attorney, 8: dis missed, failure of witness to appear, 3; pending, 1. Seduction-Bound over, 6: dismissed by county attorney. 6: pending, 1. First degree assault-Bound over, 8: discharged hearing, 4: dismissed by county attorney, 2: not arrested, 1: dis missed, failure witness to appear, 1:; pending, 1. Second degree assault-Bound over. 5: discharged hearing. 7: dismissed by county attorney, 3; not arrested, 3; dismissed, failure of wvitness to ap pear. 2. Assault, throwing acid-Bound over, 1. Forgery-Bound over. 4: dismissed by county attorney, 2; not arrested, 2. Robbery-Bound over. 1! discharged hearing, 1: dismissed by county attor ney, 1; not arrested, 12: dismissed, failure witness to appear, 3. Burglary-l-ound over, 15; discharged hearing, 6: dismissed by county attoer ney. 3; not arrested, 2; dismissed, fail ure witness to appear, 3. Receiving stolen property-Bound over. 7; discharged hearing, 2. Jail sentencrs: Petit larceny-Convictions, 71: tried, acquitted. 27,; dismissed by county at torney, 16; not arrested. 10: dismissed, failure witness to appear, 10; escaped from officer, 1. Third degree assault-Convictions, 63; tried, acquitted, 14: dismissed by coun ty attorney, 7: not arrested. 5: dis misced. failure witness to appear. 10. Violation game law-Convictions, 2; tried, acquitted, 1. Discharglug firearme-Convictions, 2. Adultery-Tried, acquitted. 4. Failing to keep records-Convictions, 2; dismissed by county attorney, 1. Maintaining nuisance-Convictions, 1; dismissed by county attorney, 6. Sinking shaft within 20 feet of street -Dismissed by county attorney, 1. Doing business without license-Con victions. 31: tried, acquitted. 3: dis mitsned by county attorney, 4: dismiss ed, failure witness to appear. 6. IFailure to support-Conviction, 1; tried. acouitted. 1. Crime against public justice-Dis missed by county attorney. 1. Malicious inisclpef-Convictions, tried, acquitted, S; dismissed by county attorney, t; not arrested. 2: dismissed. failure witness to appear, 1; pending, 2; hopd forfeited, 2. Disturbane,. peace--Convictions, 19; tried, acquitted, 8: dismissed by coun ty attorney, :1; not arrested, 3; dis mnissed. failure witness to appear. 2. Exhibiting deadly weapon-Convic tions, 7; tried, acquitted, 2. tnoorrigibility-coinvictions. 14; dIs mlossed by county attorney, 2. .eteisting officer-Discharged at hear ing. 1. Inetcst--Discharged at hearing, 2. Kidnanling-Dismissed by county at torney, 2.' Extortion-Dismissed by county at torney, 2. Not using safety cages-Bound over. 1. Search warrants Issued, 15. Put under ,nllds to keep the peace, 8. The figures relating to the rases in the ju'tico t( OrIt do not include more than 200 vagrancy cases prosecuted during the year. I)r. William E. Dodd. eye specialist, r.notved to Shodair block, 4S West Park street. Don't M1mi It. You maklt a good invetstment . hen by paying $10 in advance you secure the Anlacolnda Standard for one year antd "From the Atlantic tio thei Pacitfi " or a "liistory of thet Spanlsh-Ameri can iWar" as a premiunm. OEAIH WITHOUT WMfINItG Ndward Perrow Instantly Killed in the Parrot. HEAD CRUSHED TO A PULP Unfortunate Man Buried Under a Maes of Ground-Life Extinct When the Body Reached by the Rescu era-Was a Ball Player. Edward Perrow, a miner employed at the Parrot mine, was instantly killed in an accident in the mine about 9 o'clock yesterday morning. He was buried under a fall of ground. When dug out life was extinct. Perrown was working as a shoveler on the second, floor of the 900 level. and was alone at the time. He was cleaning up preparatory to putting in timbers, when a mass of .round weighing probably 1,;00 pounds, came from the hanging wall. It is supposed he was in a stooping position from the fact that the only portion of the body injured was the head, which had been crushed in a terrible manner by the heavy rock. Two machine men named Lynch and Kinley were working on the floor above him and were attracted by the noise of the fall. Hastening to the floor below, they discovered what had occurred. They went to work with a will to uncover the unfortunate min er. They were but a few minutes re moving the ground that covered Per row, but he was dead avhen they reach ed him, and had in all probability been instantly killed. The body was removed to the sur face and Coroner Jullien and Deputy Mine Inspector Frank Hunter were no tifled. After their investigation the body was taken to Sherman's under taking rooms, where an inquest was held last evening, at which the facts as given were brought out and a ver dict of accidental death was returned by the jury. The deceased was 20 years of age. He had been working at the Parrot only about four ..months. He wa\. a married man andalived with his wife in East Quartz street. Perrow gained prominence in Cali fornia a few years ago as a baseball pitcher, having played with some of the best clubs on the coast. He also played a few games here last season. Dr. William E. Dodd. eye speclalist. removed to Shodatl block, 48 West Park street. LIVELY TIMES. Officers Have Their Hands Full With a Couple of tDrunkenl Men. Acting Sergeant of Police Tom Walsh and Officer Elderkin had a lively time at tempting to effect an arrest last nighit. A woman who has been living as the mis. tress of Tom Seaton. a bartender in the tenderloin district, called at the plollee station and asked to have Seaton ar rested. She said het had been trying for some time to get away from him. but he threatened her life and she waoo afraid ihe would ldo something desperate. He was drunk again. she said, and she was afraid of him. Officer WValsh went to the woman's house with her. and as he en tered the door. Seaton, who was within. struck him. Then followed the liveliest kind of a fight, in which Seaton ,was pret. ty badly disfigured before he submitted to arrest. He landed in jail. however. Officer Elderkin came upon a man named John Thompson in the street who was drunk and abuasing everyone he met. The officer placed him ynder arrest, to which he objected and showed fight. He was so husky that the officer found it necessary to knock him down 'with his clutb three or four -times in order to ac complish his purpose. SMITH IS A MONSTER, rle Attempts to Rob a Blind Man and Outrage His Child. Mike Smith. who occupied thi dungeon at the city jail last night, comes as near being an inhuman monster as could be conoeived of. There is in the city an old blind man. who derives a meager living for himself and little daughter by play ing a hand-organ on the streets. He is SOur Annual Clearance Cut-Price Sale Begins I Tuesday January 2 1900 Butte, Montarn r W wRb4 /W.% * a namesake &O Bmith's, and they are ac quainted. Last e.vening the prisoner. Smith. met thebid man on onthe street and inquired whei4 he could get a cheap room. The old man took him to the La fayette lodging honeC. in East Park street, and ,pald for a room for him. Smith thanked his benefactor by shut ting the door and proceeding.with an at tempt to rob him and outrage the old man's child. The noise of the scuffle that ensued between Smith and the old man attracted the attention of the land lady of the house, and she, accompanied by John Jagem, a roomer at the house, went to the room and caught Smith in his fiendish ant. lie turned on them when they opened the door and with a stick of wood beat them off and then ran down stairs. Offcler Fogarty, who had been summon ed by others in the house, was just in time to meet the -fellow at the foot of the stalr. lie grabbed his man and Smith, realizing he was in a bad boat, put up a fight. It was all Officer Fogarty could do to handle him., and he did not succeed in landing his man in Jail till he called on a fellow officer for asaistance. At the jail Smith attacked, a prisoner in the corridor and was only subdued when ha was locked up in the dungeon for the night. AN ARTISTIC TRIUMPH, Neill Company Closes Its Butte Engage ment With a Splendid Performance. The Neill company closed its engage menet at the Grand last night with one of the very best performances of the week. The play was "Lady Winder mere's Fan," and served to bring for ward the talent in the comlany that had not in other plays the agreeable parts or opportunities thdt are given them in "Lady Winderrmere's F*n." Particular reference is made to Benja min Howard and Miss Grace May Lam kin, who played the parts of Lord and Lady Windermrne, respectively. Both roles were exceptionally well played, in fact the work of Mr. Howard and Miss Lamkin in last night's play was among the best seen dpring the engagement. Mr. Howard was especially gool, and the varied character of the parts he has played during the company's stay at the Grand shows him to be a most capable and talented actor. The other characters in "Lady Win dermere's Fan" were of course also cleverly interpreted, for the opmpany contains none but splendid players. Miss Chapman, a delightful actress in any part for whleh she may be cast, played .the part of Mrs. Frylune, the erring woman of the world, and it is needless to say that it was a faultless portraiture. Miss Lillian Andrews as the Duchess of Berwick was also at her best, and Mr. Neill in the part of Lord Darlington was all that the char acter called for. Frank McVicars and pretty Julia Dean were the other play ers in the cast entitled to particular mention. At a matinee yesterday afternoon "A Bachelor's iRomance," the beautiful comedy drama by Martha Morton, which was played by the company last week, was given before an audience that packed .the Grand opera house to the doors. The Neill engagement has been an artistic triumph, and has served to in troduce to the people of Butte James Neill, an actor who already occupies an enviable position in his profession: who will at some not far distant day stand very near its head, and of whom his admirers wl., always speak with pride. He has wmade many of them during his brief t4gagemen't in Butte by the excellent production of a 'reper toire of sterling, whUolesome plays, and their wish arid hpPe is that he will visit Butte agail, tobn and often with as good plays and as good a company of players as thbte who make up his present excellent organization. Latest Thingiin Advertising. From the Philadelphia (Call. A new scheme of advertising was resort ed to by a progressive busiuess firm in a prosperous city of the South. The junior partner of the firm. swore out a warrant for the arrest of the senior on the ground that he was selling goods below cost and that the firm was constantly losing mon ey thereby. The case came up in court and the counsel for the senior partner asked for a postponement in 65rder to have more time to prepare his case. The judge granted" the, request, bail was fixed end the senior member left the court room the junior partner arose and ex claimed: "If he is teleased the saeritiee will go on!" The news soon spread and the firm did a better business. When the case was Pgain called no plaintiff appeared and thq charge was dismissed. The firm had suc ceeded in their object-advertisement. Lamp Sale... 25 Per eent Off This Week Our Immense Stock of Fine Decorated Lamps. GILT TABLES -.=At 25 Per Cent Off This Week, DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY Davis & Weimescary Co. 20 Main Street, Butte, Montana A Difference... Seasonable Goods There seems to be a a difference of 3 pound can Fruit Butter, apple, peach opinion among the wise men of the day and plumn. ...................25c as to when the twentieth century be- 1 pound glass any variety Pure Fruit gins. It is a question of time. There Preserves...................20 isonething that time has settled to pound glass of ame...........35 the utmost satisfaction of the grocery 1 pound Fruit Cake.............. " 1-p pound Fruit Cake.......6c buyecrs of the eity and vicinity, and - that is for every-day bargains in 1 pound Cake...................25C that is for every-day bargains i 1 pound package Cocoanut Maca groceries visit the White Front, 1ao roons..............d pa25oan North Main t.., Butte. 3 pounds Mince Meat ............25c WHITE FRONT GROCERY T. S. P. . OURTNEY. 220 N. MaLn Street, Butte. 'Phone 185 For Xmas u For Xmas thing Useful WHAT BETTER PRESENT THAN - ONE OF THOSE ELEGANT HEW CINl SWING f Mll1t N At SHERMAN'S, the Undertaker i.5 E. Park St., Butte Even Heat Aacondia Day and Night Copper e:eor Mining Co. Soft Coal Hardware Department,of Equal to BUTTE Hard Coal Corner Main and Quartz ts. Sole Agents for the Body 14 gauge... Celebrated Sit.el l .iog 14 cgageeerted Hot Blast Draft....... ...Cole's Wood and half inch thick ......oe's ,,Pot threeqar. Coal "Air Tight" -rewDrafn.r.........._.. , Heating Stoves... Ant inCll ker Cone steel Feet Rail...;.ii::r::. GRLIND Boiler Plate Bottom.. S and Ran Holds Fire Barney & Berry 3o ieaurs Withot Attention SKATES **i**#*-@##@@: e44e@@eeeee4 * JANUARY 8th Ends our business year. Between now and then if you can use anything in HARNESS OR SADDLERY Let us Figure With You-We Wish You a Happy, Prosperous n *tNEW YEARe And wish to say that if you Pay Cash or Meet Your Bills when you promise to, we will make it an object to you to start the year :. 1900, DEALING WITH US J. N. NEVILLS & CO., 106 E. Park St., Butte, 'Phone 5414 Silver Block. S hMormon Bishop!! Pills ha e uv n ,. over o yet b th ea Churcho u tne!. to r.. na onda,0 y cure trC worst cases in and yt uro adsing lrom eec - of cuolf-. dIusedi a,j xc, . or cgiu rrcte.sokm. u. Curt Lost Manhnoud iree "e pOt~nOyhst Power. ig ht-Loees, Sparmatorrhoea insomnia, Plýtea or Qonsip· tion, a Ip s l;.|.tt n s |Dus" n e 17. I r Y1 Y h ar@ .;n' " voUa PWitCrtni O yotl.eI U . izs ,1c Emetrat ii ? v o wt*eecyfuouu.n. 0.t c ,. is at mhad, t r---,oratlt, ,o, l1tedo awr-, Stilerut the brin o d n0cn<centers. -, .t ixo, 6 Gut obyiu t.l. A wr:ttOu jurantee, locwur todP. wijt 0 d oc-, . Cwrtlh , toree. Addrass, Birhop Romcdf Po ., San Frnolo, OCal. Martin Drug Co., Anaccnda; Owl Dru g Pharmacy, f4 East Broadway. Butte. rer J = = * 0 We will not accept your case unless it proves upon examination to be cura ble. If so wewiltl give a contract for our promises in writlng that will be good as a bond. If troubled with Sex ual Weakness. ErhThaiting Drains, Despondency, Bladder., 4idpey or Rec tal Trouble, we will eXalose and ex plain your case free of charge. In treatment of any condition we have two main objects nt v'ew-to get the reeqlts promised in each case and hold the patient's friendship. That is what makes our business 4$xW. Var icooele cured permapently. Gonor rhoea recently contracted cured in 3 to 10 days. Primary, Secondary or Tertiary Blood Poison cured to stay cured. If you want the evidence, call on us. If you cas.st call, write a full explanation of your case or senud for question blank. Ifach 'cae will Obe epecially and promptly considered on its own merits and no stereotyped let ters sent in answer. Every case will be treated as sacredly conde.ietial and nothing but plain whtte estcd en Ivwope used in correppoa0dtce, WMsESSIN Mi AL .1PEQIWI Y, usl S.rBwadwar. . S ltw. Mont, 3;tfvS. Under State supervihlen 'lve per oent. 1nteret, payable eaeute ly, paid .on depaite. Mone0r to loan oa, realj estate. Treateem-Lee Mantle. preseldent; Cbarl Schatlein. vice president; Fayette Har rington. treaosurer; Charles B. Lessr4. attorney; A. B. Clements, acretary: I. Aug. Heinze, Henry Mueller, Frank Hat kins. STATE SAVINGS BANK Corner Main and Park. Butte. OFFICBRB: JOHN A, CEIGHTON ........resldeo G. W. STAPLETON .......Vice Presideot T. M. HODGENS ...................Cashier Paid in Capital, $100,000. Surplue and undivided prodits, $1p0,00.00.. Under state supervision and jurisdictiop. Interest paid .on deposits. Selli eschgnlge available in all the principal cities of the United States and Europe. Collectlion attended to promptly. Transets a ge. eral banking buseness. Directora-John A. Creighton, Omahat G. W. Stapleton, A. H. Barrett, . D. Leavitt, S. V. Kemper, T. M. Hodgens, J, O. Hadgepse. TOE FIRsT N4TDONAIA SN 6i BUTT " tndrew J. Davis ...................Presdest James A. 'albott.... ........ Vice President E. B. W eirlck.... ....................Cahk ler George Steves..on ......Aslstaat Castler A General Banking Business Transacted Foreign exchange. We draw direct On all the principal cities of Europe and essue our own letters of credit, available in all parts of the world. 0. X. I.ewi Pres.: J. . . Vivian. V. P.$ Fayette Harrington, Cashier. Silver.-8w National Bank OF BUTTE, MONTANA. CAPITAL $$100,000. Buys and sells foreign and domestlo eg. phange. Collections promptly attended tO CORRESPONDENTS: Importers' & Traders' National Bank.. ........... ..................Nean York Union National Bank..............Chicage Crocker-Woolworth National Bank.... .. ..................San rnsco Ladd & Tilton ...... ........Portland, Ore. Deseret National Bank....Siat Lake, Utah First National Bank...Minneapolls, Ming. Merchante National Bank...Oemaha. Neb. Marous Daly M. Donahoe W. L. Moyer DALY, DONAHOE & MOYER SUCCESSORS TO MARCUS DALY & CO. BUTTE, MONT. A General Banking Business Transacted Accdunts of firms and Individuals so Icelted. Drafts drawn on all principal cities of the United States and sEurope. Special facilities for handling collectlons on all points. W. L. MOEER, R. A. KUNKEL, Manager A 't Cashesr Union Bank& Trust Co. Of Helena, Montana HENRY ELLING, President. HENRY KLEIN, 'lee Presldent. GEORGE L. RAMIEY, Cashier. DIREWITORS Henry EllinR, S. F. White. R. S. For& W. A. Clark of Virginia Vity. Henry Kleln. H. A. D'Acheul, R. C. Wallace, W. G. Bailey, George 7,. namsey: A general comnmercala banking baelaes transacted, including the purchase and sale of State, County and City Securitleep a careful attention to col:ectlone and the acceptance of trusts. Butte Steam Granite Works Theeo M. Walker, Prop. Werikh cetpry. Butte, Moat. Manufactturer and Dealer in Monu ments. Headatones. Tablets. etc., made of Montana,. Scotch and all American Gran ites. Iron and Wire Fences. Satisfaction guaranteed. JBy dealing direct wlth a practical granite worker, prospective cus tomers arc assured 25 per cent. saved, as I do not employ agents or solicltore, nor lose time myself canvassing the city. Free--Monument, Coping and Iron Fence Designs.