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The Place to Buy
Holiday Gifts
Is Where You Can Get Them
the Cheapest.
SILVER MOUNTED PURSES .........
75c
SILVER NOVELTIES ..................
50c
PRETTY LITTLE CLOCKS ....... .....
$1.25
SCARF AND BREAST PINS............
$1.00 up
LADIES' SOLID GOLD RINGS ........
$1.50 up
PEARL OPERA GLASSES .............
$5.00
GOLD PENS WITH PEARL HOLDERS
$ 1.00
SILVER COMB, BRUSH AND MIRROR
$7.00
SILVER TEA SET (4 Pieces) ............
$8.50
CHAFING DISHES ......................
$5.00
SILVER BAKING DISHES .............
_ $5.00
Towle & Winterhalter
Manufacturing Jewelers
28 West Park St.. Butte, Mont.
C3.
At All Times
And not merely as a medicine, but as a
tonic, to give zest to the appetite and
pleasing exhilaration to the spirits, try
a bottle of Courtney's Malt or Wm.
Tarr's Bourbon Whisky. The Malt is
sold in full quart bottles.
Per Bottle............$1.25
The Tarr in bulk, either by bottle or gal.
Per Bottle............$1.00
Per Gallon...........$4.00
There are higher prices asked for some
Whiskies on the market, but better than
these you will have to travel far indeed
to And; as a matter of fact, they invari
ably please ALL who have tried them.
While Fron Grocery
210 N. Main St. Phone 185.
THOS. F. COURTNEY
{Tie Hong fins Cale j
Î Aiid Oyster Parlors. ♦
The First Class Restaurant of |
Jtlic city. BEST OF MEALS ♦
$ 15 Cents anti upward. |
X Private Rooms for Ladies ♦
t Also Dealers in 7
Chinese and Japanese{
I Fancy Goods
, Best Teas, Fine bilks, Chinaware Etc
I 37 W. Park St., Butte.
ÿ HUM FAY, Prop, and Mgr.
c
Jordan & Whitney
Montana Livery
All kinds of Turnouts for Pleasure and
Business Purposes.
120 S. Montana Street
Tel. 7b, Butte. Mont.
DR. HUIE POCK
119 S. Main St.
TI» only pur* root ul barb treatment
It Butte.
Specialist in Cbronld Disease« of long
■Unding. Permanent cure« mad« In Ù
Private Disease. Tb« Diseases of Wom
en bave been made a study of for y<
tad are successfully treated.
JOHN'S BENEFIT
It Was
a Splendid
Last Night.
Success
TO BE REPEATED TONIGHT
The House Was Crowded to the Doors
—A Good Programme
Rendered.
John Maguire had reason to feel proud
of his town last night and prouder of the
fact that he numbered so many friends
among its citizens, for friends they were,
of the kind who were willing to go down
into their pockets and dig up dollars to
show how kindly they felt towards the
veteran actor-manager, who has spent
many years of his life in catering to the
amusement-loving people of the city.
Every seat in the house was taken long
before the doors were opened. John Ma
guire was so anxious to give his friends
the worth of their money that he put on a !
programme that lasted until nearly mid- i
night, but it is safe to say that at the
benefit tonight some of the features will be
so cut that without marring the enoyment
of the audience the spectators will have 1
an opportunity to get home before the '
small hours of morning.
The principal feature of the programme, j
of course, was Daniel E. Bandmann, the
great tragedian, who set London in a furor |
of excitement 30 years ago. He presented '
scenes from "Hamlet" and "Macbeth," his j
wife assisting. The eccentric tragedian •
was never seen to better advantage, and j
his rendition of the part showed that he
had lost none of his old-time vim and !
genius, and that under more favorable cir- ]
cumstances and conditons he could rank i
at the head of his profession.
Of course, John Maguire himself assisted J
in entertaining the audience. He recited i
"The Battle of Fontenoy," in his usual ad- i
mirable and feeling manner, and at the :
close of the recitation was called upon to
make a speech. Mr. Maguire prefaced his j
remarks by saying that there were times ;
when no words could express the emotions 1
he felt, and this was "one of 'em." He de- 1
sired to say, however, that he greatly ap
preciated the friendship and kindness of
the people of the great mining camp in
tendering him such a benefit. He paid a
pretty compliment to Janies A. Murray, the
owner of the opera house, who he said had j
been his warm friend. He also spoke ;
kindly of his friend, Mr. Bandmann, and l
the latter was compelled to step upon the
stage and acknowledge the applause.
There were many very excellent things
on the programme, all of which were thor
oughly- enoyed by the large audience.
Among the musical features was a selec
tion by the Butte Mandolin and Guitar club,
composed of Misses Brebner, Hines, Sulli
van, Slocum, Fish, Featherly, Driscoll,
McTucker, Davis, Paschal, Mrs. McKay;
Messrs. Sullivan, Corrette, Atkins and Pro
fessor Haile, director, which was well re
ceived. This was followed by a recitation
by Miss May Carlisle; a vocal solo by Mrs.
G O. McFarland; a recitation, "Clarence's
Dream,'' bv John H. Curtis; dances by Miss
Maggie Kelly, and a vocal solo by Miss
Mattie Ornsteln. one of the sweetest singers
ever heard in Butte. Every number was
encored and each performer gracefully re
sponded. One of the bits of the evening
was made bv the Dawson children, Julia
and Grace, daughters of Captain Dawson.
They not only sang remarkably well, but
they acted their parts in a way that
brought down the house.
Dobell and Billy Woods in trapeze acts
and club swinging delighted the audience,
the entertainment closing with the operetta
"Cobbler and Blacksmith," by Will S. Ris
ing and Lillian Kemble. Mack Charles was
to have appeared as the "blacksmith, but .
he failed to show up. |
A matinee was given this afternoon. Phis ,
evening there will be several changes in |
the programme. Mr. and Mrs. Bandmann ;
will give scenes from the "Merchant of
Venice." This evening the people of Butte i
will be given an opportunity to get some
idea of the great tragedian's interpretation
of "Shylock." Mr. Maguire himself
give scenes from the "\ agabonds
"Shamus O'Brien."
will
and
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF.
tuner, Montana
Owsley Block.
Bar silver, 59o.
J. G. Bates, piano
Music Co.
Dr. Ignatius Donnelly
Tel. 84.
Grandey has dry wood and all kinds of
coal. Tel. 248. 301 S. Montana.
Bui to Feed and Fuel Co., feed, coal and
wood 530 S. Wyoming. Phone 530.
Dr. H. H. Hanson, surgeon and special
ist. Rooms4 and 5, Silver Bow Blk.
John W. Cotter has removed his law
offices to rooms 518-520 Hennessy Bldg.
Chemicals and assayers' supplies. Fair
Drug and Assay Supply company, 11 j
East Park street. *
You can get needles for all kinds of sew
ing machines at Sherman's 125 E. Park,
Butte. *
Fire Pots, backs and grates for any
stove at Butte Stove Repair Co., 216 E.
Park. Phone 529. ®
The best Xmas or New Year's gift 1?
the new guitar zither. Free lessons at
our studio, 505 South Main street. *
Dr. G. L. Hagenburgcr has returned
from a trip to New York, where he
visited the principal hospitals and clin
ics.
Fancy Candy Boxes and Bon Bon
Cfearns at Morrisi. Leave your orders
for Home Made Mince Pies and Cakes
for New Year, at 76 W. Park, Morris'.
The finance committee of the city coun
cil is in session this afternoon auditing
bills and the pay roll. The council will
meet in regular session tomorrow night.
A reward of $20 will be paid to anyone
returning valise and contents (which was
missed in the Lenox block Dec. 21) to
Inter Mountain office, and no questions
asked.
George Althoff has received word from
Dayton, Ohio, that his mother, Mrs. P.
P. Althoff, aged 77 years, has passed
away. Owing to the injury to his eye Mr.
Althoff will be unable to make, the trip
east and attend the funeral.
Phil J. Hickey, formerly of Butte, is re
ported to have purchased the Fontenoy
claim in Camp McKinney, Washington,
for $20,000. The property is an extension
of t'he Waterloo claim, owned b) a Spo
kane company.
A. R. McKenzie, of the Boston & Mon
tana smelter, bt Great Falls, arrived in
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LANKETS AND COMFORTS....
Two Days of Unprecedented and Unexampled Underselling.
Some Hot Values Offered for Thursday.
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19c
75c
See East Window
95c
For Gray
Cotton Blankets
For 5-pound
Gray Blankets
See East Window
OQ Or For All Wool
OOiZu Gray Blankets
Of good size and weight. Make a really
good Sheet Blanket. Value, 50e each.
Of extra size, in mixed cotton
warm and durable. Value, $1.
and wool,
5 a pair.
11-4 size, with fancy borders, heavy
weight, bound edges. Value, $6.00 a pair.
For Heavy
Gray Blankets
$1.50
For Extra Large
Gray Blankets
Of mixed wool and cotton, full 11-4
fancy borders. Value, $1.50 a pair.
These are of excellent quality and full
12-4 in size, fancy pink and blue borders.
Value, $2.75 a pair.
$4,35
For Mottled
California Blankets
These are manufactured by the Stockton
Woolen Mills of the finest pure wool.
Size 10-4, very heavy. Value, $7.00 a pair.
95c
95c
For Large
White Blankets
Ç1 Eft For Heavy
OliUU White Blankets
For All Wool
White Blankets
Of good weight, fancy pink and blue
borders. Value, $1.50 a pair.
For Silkaline
Covered Comforts
$1.85
In assorted colors, filled with finest Lam
inated cotton, hand tied. Value, $2 each.
11-4 size, of- mixed wool and cotton
bound edges. Value, $2.50 a pair.
For Sateen
Covered Comforts
Large size, filled with best cotton, elegant
Sateen covering on both sides. Value,
$3.00 each.
Size 11-4. Manufactured of finest Aus
tralian lamb's wool, soft and fluffy.
Value, $5.00 a pair.
1145
For Down
Comforts
With plain and fancy silk covering, hand
tied, a very swell comfort. Value, $7.50
each.
Sale of Dress Goods Remnants
SALE OF SILK REMNANTS
Truly Wonderful Reduction to Clean Up the Stock of All Short Lengths
All Remnants of $1.50 yard Dross Goods
marked at the rate of..................
All Remnants of $1.00 yard Dress Goods
marked at the rate of ..................
70 cents yard
45 cents yard
All Remnants of 75c yard Dress Goods
marked at the rate of...................
All Remnants of 50c
marked at the rate
ANY SILK REMNANT IN OUR STORE, comprising short lengths of $1, $1.25
and $1.50 Silks in all Styles and Colors, marked at the rate of.....................
35 cents yard
20 cents yard
50 cents yard
yard Dress
of..........
Men's Blue Flannel Shirts
'j£
''7 PT p 4- q In Single and Double Breasted, made of all-wool materials, 36 inches long and
■ GCI 1 Lö full cut, value, $1.50 each.............................................................
75 cents
50 cents
75 cents
Men's Hats at Special Prices
$ 1 For choice of
I ■ Ay W shades and sty!
$1.25
For choice of all our $1.00 Ilats in all
colors and shapes.
For choice of all our $1.50 Hats in all
colors and shapes.
>ur $1.75 Hats in all
For choice of all
shades and styles.
>ur $2.00 Hats in all
The second number drawn was 14.761.
The third 51,119. The person holding the
winning ticket will present same at our
store as soon as possible. Persons hold
ing second and third tickets will please
not destroy.
©S to 72 *W. Park Street
We Beg to Announce That
We Shall Give Away
Our Seventh
Kill!) Fiai
On March 16, 1899.
A Chance with Each
$1.00 Purchase
nsa
Butte yesterday to take charge of the
converters in the Butte & Boston smelt
er. He will remain until the smelters
run satisfactorily and is accompanied
by two assistants from the Boston &
Montana smelter.
There was no change today in tlie con
dition of Alexander Murray, the man
who was knifed Sunday evening at a
coeking main. He is resting comfortably
but the results of his injuries can not he
determined.
BRASS KNUCKLES AND A KNIFF.
Justice Harrington today issued a war
rant for the arrest of John Troglia, who
is charged with assault in the first de
gree. John Quello is the complaining
witness and alleges that on Christmas
day he was assaulted by Troglia, who
used brass knuckles and a knife as
weapons. What caused Troglia to as
sault Quello could not be learned.
AT LYNNDALE.
If you want to go to Lynndale call at
Chas. Langlois' stable. Big sleigh, $7.00;
band-wagon, $8.00; dance hall free; sup
per 75c. Dancing every Sunday. Stage
leaves at 2 p. m. Sundays.
C. LANGLOIS.
is
NOTICE.
Having sold my stock of wines, liquors
and cigars and leased my premises to
Peter Peterson and John F. Charles, no
tice is hereby given that all parties in
debted to me will please call at my store
and settle for same. Thanking my friends
and the public in general for their most
D. J. CHARLES,
------
Amos'Turkish Baths $1. Bdwy & Main
truly
THIi'COST OF LIVING IN VIENNA.
London Post: Vienna is fast earning
the unenviable distinction of being the
dearest eity of the continent. Not only
life rendered intolerably dear by tic
circulation of a standard coin in the
shape of the florin which is out of pro
portion to the social conditions of a peo
ple still compelled to make use of such
FATHER & SONS
CURED OF
ITCHINGRASH
r I had an itching rash under my chin, which
kept spreading until it was all over my body.
I could not sleep but was compelled to lie
awake and scratch all tho time. My father
and two brothers were afflicted with the same
thing, at tho same time. Wo all suffered
terribly for a year and a half, trying in the
meantime all the remedies wo could find, but
received no benefit. I bought three cakes of
Cuticura Soap and three boxes of Cuticuha
( ointment) and they cured the four of us com
pletely. ItlCU'D ANDERSO N, Geneva, U tah.
1 BrxiDT Com* Thiatmbtt ro* To*to*iko, Durio
Cmimo Uni«,R», with Loss or Hai*.—W rnrm b.lhiwllh
Coticvka Boat, g«ntl. inolattoe* with Concern* (olai>
mtnt),and milddoM«ofCOTicc*A Huso lvi.tt.
Bold throurhout th. worth Pott** D*oo akdCh««.
Oosr., Prop»., Boston. How to Cure Skin Uimaam, f««o
pruheasing media ns half-
j farthings, but the cost of living is in-
creasing alarmingly. Rents are much
| higher than in Berlin or Budapest. If
the theaters offer the Viennese relatively
cheap entertainments, the necessaries
and luxuries of life cost him invariably
more than they do the Englishman. A
fiat with limited accommodations and
,
j ^' ,m eniences costs as much as, if not
than, an entire house in a London
TODAY'S MARKETS
MONTANA GRAIN AND STOCK EXCHANGE
49 W. BROADWAY. BUTTE
O N. MAIN STREET, HELENA.
" Telephone 13«.
NEW YORK STOCKS.
American Sugar Trust ..............
American Tobacco Trust ............
People's Gas Trust ..................
Brooklyn Rapid Transit.............
Manhattan Elevated Railway ......
Western 1'nion Telegraph company
New York Central Railway ............... 12
Chicago & Northwestern Railway ......
Union Pacific Railway (Common) .......
Union Pacific (Preferred)...... ........
Northern I'sclflo Railway (Common) —
Northern Pacific Railway (Preferred)
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railway..
Rock Island Railway ...................
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway
Atchison Railway .......................
Baltimore & Ohio......................
Southern Railway (proferred) % ...........
National Biscuit (common) ............
Louisville & Nashville....................
Wheat—May Delivery ..
Corn—May Delivery ----
Pork—January Delivery.
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$10.15 $10.15 $10.20
$9.00
suburb. To build a house with its ten
to twenty and even forty fiats and its
imposing exteriors requires a heavy
outlay of capital. The speculators who
are for the most part responsible for
the present building operations are un
able to meet the demands on their
capital, and seek to secure themselves by
fixing the rents at an oppressive figure.
The burden of citizenship is thus becom
ing more and more intolerable every day.

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