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PERISH
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In an Accident In a Penn
sylvania Coal Mine,
PROBABLY FIFTY DEAD
Brownsville, Pa., Dee. 23.—An explo
sion occurred at the Brasnell Coal works,
four miles from here, to-day. Seventy
five men are reported entombed. There
ing from surrounding
the rescue. The mine is owned toy the
Stockdale Coal company and is not in }he
combine.
As soon as it was learned an explosion
occurred, relatives of the entombed
miners crowded around the mouth of the
drift. The scenes were heartrending.
Wives were crying in despair and child
ren were weeping for their fathers. A
rescuing party immediately set to work.
is great excitement. Miners are flock
mines to assist in
Volunteers were numerous and word was
sent for the best mining engineers in the
district. It is thought a road will be
made Into the mines in a few hours. At
disaster.
The explosion at the Stockdale Coal
company's Brasnell mine is likely the
worst since the Hill mines disaster at
Dunbar. The explosion was terrific and
aïÂÂÂl
tally wrecked and rendered helpless.
About four cages of men had gone down
to work. Thomas, a cageman on his
fourth trip went to the bottom with 14
men and gave the signal for the cage,
to rise when the explosion occuned. une
cage was blown with terrific force to
the top of the shaft and fell back to the
present there is no idea what caused the
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wrecked and had to be tunneled to get
into the mine at all. Eleven men have
bottom, completely blocking access to
the mine. Timbers were hurled hun
fireds of feet, the lower ring of brick
work in the air shaft was completely
been gotten out. Aftr tunneling the
wreckage at the bottom of the air shaft,
two men in the underground mule stable
were found alive, but almost suffocated
from bad air.
The mine is supposed to be on fire, as
" dense volume of smake hinders.the
bottom of the air shaft and was brought
entrance of rescue parties into the mine,
One man^of a rescue^party went^ to the
up by a rope almost dead, so there is
little hope for 40 or 50 men yet in the
mine.
The machinery is in such shape that
the fan cannot be worked, which pie
vents forcing fresh air to the entombed
men. Amollîmes of bad air and smoke are
issuing from the mine. The work of
rescue is necessarily slow, as the res
cuers have lo dig their way into the
mine, so great was the explosion. One
year ago, just the day before Christmas,
a number were killed in a mine explo
sion in the Umpire mine.
Pittsburg, Dec. 23.-—The Stockdale com
pany with offices in this city received a
report from Brasnell that six bodies
have been recovered from the mine and
forty men were still entombed.
NOT EFFECHLARK CASE.
OPINION OF JUDGE BICKFORD RE
GARDING WELLCOME DIS
BARMENT.
''The disbarment of Mr. AVellcome by !
the supreme court will have no bearing
whatever in the contest that has been ■
instituted in the United States senate
against Senator AV. A. Clark," was Judge ,
Bickford's reply to a question put to
him by a reporter of the Inter Mountain
this afternoon.
Mr. Bickford was one of Mr. AVell- j
come'« counsel when the case was before
the supreme court, and was one of the
(. lark leaders in his fight for the toga
last winter. ;
" The senate has a precedent to fol- 1
low," continued the judge, "in the ease of
Senator Henry B. Payne of Ohio. It is
almost a parallel. Payne qualified on
March 4, 1885. More than a year later
a. special committee investigated charges
of bribery against four members of the
Ohio legislature who had voted for
Payne. The report, together with the
evidence, was presented to the senate
referred to the committee on privileges
and elections. Later, memorials from
the Ohio state central committee of
Payne's own party, from both branches
of the legislature and from the repub
lican editors of Ohio, charging Payne
with bribery, were presented. Con
gressmen Little and Butterworth offered
in the effort to unseat Payne, and was
to produce evidence to substantiate the
charges. The majority report of the
The King
of Epicureans
Santa Claus, himself would smile with
delight in seeinc the many choice deliea
eies and seasonable groceries that are !
being exhibited in the AVhite Front Gro
eery ..-O N. Main street. As it is im- '
possible to enumerate these articles in '
this space, it will not be attempted,
■WheffoUt marketing, visit the store; you
will find the goflas Uütf. you r.cêü the '
prices right and the service faithful and!'
prompt, Here afê à re.w article» of 1
%very day use that are highly recom- Î
mended by patrons. i
N r^v. Y ? R , K Ft : TLL OREAM CHEESE,!
, h ® a b ; BS '?° m 0 e - stic che «® e on the market
EDVM ——- P - ei ' -.............20c;
$1.25.
BOI P, any variety, usual price, 15c; one !
pound can........................lOc !
GILT EDGE BRAND C'EYLON TEA !
usual price, 75e, per lb.............65c 1
CHEESE In foil, usual price !
........................$1.00
COPF*EE, Fifth Avenue M. & J., the !
best M. & J. blend on the market, per j
lb
• 40c'
CIDER, per gallon.................... |
IN AVINES— Sherry, Port, Burgundy
Claret, Medicinal Tokay,. Guted*d Ries
ling. Zinfandel. California Champagne —
Whiskys, Brandies, Gin and Rum. Spe
cial prices are being made by the
WHITE FRONT GROCERY
120 N. Main. T. F. COURTNEY. Tel. 1 S 5
I senate committee was to the effect that
j the evidence was not sufficient to war
rant investigation. The minority report
favored an investigation. It was held
that in order to deprive a member of his
seat it should be shown that he was per
sonally guilty of the corrupt practices
charged."
In speaking of the disbarment, Attor
ney R. L. Clinton said:
T have had nothing to do with this
fight one way or another, but I think
Wellcome should have been tried on a
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charge of felony before tlie matter went
into the hands of the supreme court,
He was entitled to a jury trial.
A few*
days ago I was given to understand that
one reason why the matter was taken
direct to the supreme court was because
the prosecutors of Mr. Wellcome were
afraid he would not be given a square
trial on a felony charge in Helena. It
makes no difference what they thought;
he was entitled to a trial there just the
same."
Judge William DeWitt said that while
| he wag son . y for Wellcome, it was noth
: j ne more than he expected'
SEYEN CASES YESTERDAY.
At 3 o'clock this afternoon no new cases
of smallpox had been reported to the
! authorities at the city hall. Dr. Monroe!
'spent the afternoon looking up rumors.
i It was reported that the doctor had lo
i cated two fresh cases, hut Dr. A lexan -
; der could not say whether or not this
! rumor was true.
I Three new cases, making a total of
last night. The victims are Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Satherwaite and one of their
children. The Satherwaite home is on
j Pearl street.
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CROWDS OF SHOPPERS,
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WHY A CRUSH OF PEOPLE CEX
j TBRS AT NEWBRO'S.
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The crush and excitement of Christmas
shopping is nearly over. At Newbro's
the crowd of customers has been so great
; seven cases for yesterday, were reported
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Jrtlllllicu AA.tli Iclil LI ; h iiaBCI o Ui
mas presents and tonight the busv s ene
will doubtless be surpassed. Ladies in
as to tax to its limit the capabilities of
the hustling corps of clerks. Thutsday
night and Friday night the store was
jammed with fair purchasers of Christ
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search of presents for gentlemen are
finding all that they desire in the sm.ok-|
ers' line at Newbro's: cigars of a quality
to be enjoyed pipes of every price and
j variety, cut glass cigar jars, cigar hold
ers and ash trays, everything in fact that
a devotee of tobacco could desire. The
favor with the purchasers of acceptable
military hair brushes and collar and cuff
rolls, for gentlemen have also found great
'lasers of acceptable
d goes where the
highest standard of
presents. The crowd
greatest variety and
; excellence are to be found and that is
why Newbro's store is filled with shop
pers.
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local^ briefs
Dr. Reed. Dentist. 115 North Main. *
See Hight & Fairfield's add. Page 8. *
Picture frames cheap. Simons' 336 S.
Main. *
J. G. Bates, tuner, Montana
company. Tel. 504.
Music
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Get a $10 overcoat at Boucher's and get,
a turkey.
Child's lamp, 75c up: gold pens, $1.00 up.
I Bubenstein & Co.. 73 E. Park. *
Boy's reefer for $2.50, and a turkey.
Boucher. 4o East Park street. *
Horses AVintered. Inquire of H. B. Ash
worth at Reed's Stable, 224 S. Main. *
Men's all-wool Serge, black or blue, for
$15, and a turkey. Boucher. *
P. O. S. of A., dance at the Auditorium
Christmas night. Tickets, $1.
Remember the Carpenters' Union an
! nual ball in Renshaw hall Christmas
night. * i
■ Tinware, roofing, eavetroughs, smoke- i
stacks made to older. A. E. Jones, 266
, East Park. * !
Butte Stove Repair company for fix
lures and Home Comfort ranges. 'Phone
629, 216 E. Park. •
j Chemicals and assayers' supplies. Fair
Drug and Assay Supply company, 115
East Park street. •
Boy's suit for $1.50, and a turkey.
; Bouc her. *
1 0rders taken for shirts> wa i s , ts and
ronr.er carries. A chance given on
a $35.00 Mersohaum with every 50c pur- ,
skirts, latest styles, corsets in different
styles. Miss Johnson, 131 West Broad
way, *
M. E. Church South, preaching morn-,
ing and evening by Rev. A. T. Osborn, in
the Odd Fellow's hall. Sunday school at I
12:1a p. m.; Epworth league at 6:45 p. m. j
If you wish to suit a smoker give him
Heilbr ,h> '' 8e handsome . a ?' toer pi R es that
chase.
Miss Annie Ward, proprietress of the
Rice house, was arrested last night on
a charge of refusing to pay the city
lodging house license.
Christmas tree tonight at the Seandi
navian Methodist Episcopal church,
corner of Copper and Alaska streets. All
are welcome. *
Silver Bow Club Boprbon. the best dol
lar bottle of whisky sold anywhere. Sold
in our house for almost 5 year« and we
have ye't to hear the first complaint,
Montana Liquor Co., 26 E. Broadway. * ;
Barney & Berry Skates, 50c. For ;
Christmas presents see our list and low
prices, Page 5. AA'e carry reliable goods
and large assortments. Palais Royal, 73
! East Pa, k - *
Our turkey given anvay with every ten
' dollar purchase has been such a success
' that we 'have decided to continue the sale'
for another week until New Year. Get
your new suit and a 'turkey. Boucher, 45
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WRESTLING MATCH.
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Tonight at the Grand opera house Hall '
Adali undertakes to throw Billy Jones,
Cornish style, and Jack O'Neill. D. A.
! men will go on the mat at Ô o'clock, and !
! if Hali Adali fails to throw the four on
! nonents once each in the 90 minutes he
1 will forfeit $500. Such a contest cannot
! McMillan and Jack Rowett, cateh-as- !
catch-can. one each In 90 minutes. The !
! hut prove to be a great athletic spectac' -
j a >id as many had expressed a de<-'
see the bouts it was decided "
.re to
| on the mat until 9 o'c-1
..ot to start
many as possible th r ee , as
of seeing the in' - furred opportunity
_ -cresting contest.
in*dfo- " 'll. continue her classes
-.icing until Mr»y. •
Stellng sllv ^ brushes and combs,
in case, $^ up> *
ou^mti^'/Marshman Is no longer !n
p *y. Davidson Grocery Co. •
ADDITIONAL SOCIETY.
The Social and Domestic, Science de
part.ment of the Woman's club presented
I two interesting topics for discussion la.-t
Wednesday. The proximity of the Christ- ;
mas season, with its preliminary shopping !
cares, took many of the members atvay, 1
but the meeting was a pleasant one, nev
erthelew. Mrs. Buzzo's paper on "The
Legal Status of VA omen, ' brought out an
animated «nvowinn of from tv,,.
animat«a expi^ssion of opinion fiotn tnc
nienibtrs. Mrs. Reimel read a paper on
Household Wastes,"
; The Disposal of
f'Y' n f n ? any valuable hints concerning
thiS all-important subject. Those «no
'^?' e f ^ tunate ? n " u S h t° h fat' papers
j J eit N ' e _ repaid for the time they had
from other duties. The club's
n ° ill,a > s Wl11 last until January 10, 1000. i
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A very delightful party was given by
Miss Roxy Howell at her beautiful new
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Excelsior avenue last evening. The even- !
i,n " " as spent in dancing and a good time
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was had until a late hour. Those who at
tended were: Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Howell;
Misses Theo. Russel, Maggie Driscoll,
Helen Shively, Emma Buell. Roxy How
ell, Bessie German, Ruth Sultzer, Nellie
Fa >L Lillian Sheehey, Dot e Shively, Kit
Fuir, Julia Horgan, Lillie Dale, Jes
fj e Wharton, Ethel Berry, Leilah Russel, ;
I Groeneveld, Charlotte Russel, Sa!- j
I Lt nipcr and Messrs. George Roos, i
JJ al J° h • Fran k G i man. Jerry Jobe,
Mullins, Al^ex Met racken Ed.
I ^ , ke ' o R > ichai j] s - • Trlol El-|
i ™ e! Albritton, Lew Atkins, Arthur Bei-,
' ' ---- ,J Clark, Johnson,
County Clerk and Recorder Moran sub
milted to the county commissioners to
1 day his annual statement of the financial
condition of Silver Bow county. The
document shows the amount of casa on
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i Ae;son Hammond. Bennie Hammond and
Tommy Boar dm an.
Refreshments were served late in the
evening, after which they all left, wish
ing their hostess a Merry Christmas and
a Happy New Year.
SILYER BOW FINANCES.
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hand November 30, which was the end of
| the fiscal year, to have been $554 969.02.
The total receipts during the year were
; $1.231.777.10, of which sum $752,1S3.16 was
collected for taxes, $143,489.75 for licenses
and $37,295.06 from miscellaneous sources,
j The net sum credited to the county De
cember 1 was $128,020.52. School bon 's'
! outstanding, $60.000 of which $10 000 is i
drawing 6 per cent interest and the bal- I
i a,nee 5 per cent. According to the report,
there was in the treasury for school nut
1 poses Nov. 39th, $213,408.87. The county
The total amo'nnt" of The YaVrolï for ;
owned $286,350 worth of property. During
the year the disbursements were $676,808 -
OS. The total amount of the tax roll for !
1899, including AValkerville, was $485,267.
37 and the amount collected $469,009.12, !
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Messrs Linderman & Schmidt have |
leased the California cafe to Mr. J. T. |
Grimn. an old restaurant man formerly!
Mr. Griffin takes te.npor- |
leaving a balance of $16,258.25 uncollected.
NEW MANAGEMENT.
from Omaha.
airy change today, and will commence im
provements at once. The old popular
I California will be made new and first;
class in every respect, and there will be ;
no interruption of business. The busi
ness men of Butte will find th
she was
locating
■e new Cali
fornia an up to date service, strictly first
class in every respect. !
DEATH OF MRS. E. A. BRIER.
Mrs. Elizabeth A. Brier, aged 70 years
died at the Kingsbury block at 3 o'clock
this afternoon, of pneumonia. The de
ceased was a most estimable lady and
had a large circle of friends in this city.
.......- one of the pioneers of the state,
in Dillon in 1879. She leaves
a daughter, Mrs. Laura C. Dempsey, who
resides in Butte, and a son. Bruce Brier,
of Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Brier arrived
* n i* 10 c i [ y a few days ago. The an
nouncement of the funeral/ will be made
CAUGHT IN THE ACT.
later,
John Murray was arrested last night
by Acting Captain McGrath on a charge
of pocket picking. He was caught in the
act of taking a watch from the pocket
of a man named Barney Schmitter.
Schmitter was helplessly
drunk, and
lowing officers for the enKuing'teTrmVwm. i
Reckeick, president; L. AVolpert, vice
president; Emil E. Zzchau. Co-, seere
Murray had things his own way until
the officer put in an appearance. The
robbery took place in the Imperial the
a ter.
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ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
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A't its last regular meeting Teutonia
Lodge No. 2. O. I. H. S„ elected the fol
tary: AA'ni. Drews, financial seer '.ary: L.
Winterhalter, treasurer: G. Nickel and H.
AVinpang. trustees. The lodge is in a very
prosperous condition, new members be
ing continually added.
THE ENTERPRISING BURGLAR.
The enterprising burglar was abroad
last night. A room in the Clarence hotel
was broken open and a silver watch and
some clothing stolen.
Burglars visited the Bee Hive build
ing last night, effecting an entrance into
the offices of Dr. Alexander and Hall
Bros. Nothing of value was secured.
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PERSONALS,
J. T. Pardee is in from Sumpter, O>o.
Stephen Cook of Lima, is at the Butte.
George F. Danzer, superintendent of the
Anderson Live stock company of AA'hite
Sulphur Springs, is in the city.
Harry Poindexter arrived from Colo- 1
rado a few days ago to accept a position
In the engineering department of the
Boston & Montana company
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CH.ÂLENGE sale.
North Main Street, Butte
i.ruHes' 14K Solid Gold Watches, fine
nickel movements, warranted ..$17 50
Ladles' 14K Gold Filled Watches, nickel
movements, warranted ..........$7 50
Gents 141C Gold Watches, full jeweled,
American movements ............$35 00
Gents' 14K Gold Filled Watches, Ameri
can movements ..................$7 50
Boys' or Girls' Solid Silver Watches,
good movements ..................$3 50
Solid Gold Baby Rings ................50c
14K Gold Filled Brooches ............50c
Will put away any article for you and
hold It till you call for It.
THE MARKS CHILDREN,
In all probability f. ur of the live child
ren 'belonging to Frank Marks will be
«ont to the State Orphan's home at Twin
; Bridges and kept there until such time as
! *" e | r father can other arrangements for
1 ^»Renance.
° f , the 1 " ° nll ' n t ' lte ^ > e **
™ show -ause
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" h> lle did not make more strenuous ef
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for his children as Iris neigh
bors thought lie should. At first he
could not be found, but late in the even
f he^vàs"g'obbiëd up'by'a deputy' sheriff
and looked up at the cmuVtv jail. Today
he £a<v?d the members of the board, but
had to say in regard to his alleged
neglect of the youngsters. W. D. Clark,
i chairman of the board, told him a woman
had been sent (o his house last night to
look after the children and he would be
expected to pay her $15 for one week.
Asked if he would consent to four of the
iris, becoming Inmates o
! children, the
the orphan's
home, he said he would not.
He wa> then told lie would have to look
after the welfare of the 11-year-old boy
himeslf; that he must appear before the
board with the other four children next
Friday and on Saturday morning they
would be sent to the home. If he failed
tn produce them he would be juggec
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j Pipe racks at Gallogly & Co. Just the
i thing for Christmas presents.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
..„„y,!.™, business in the issuan
' "suing nu.-ini ss in me issuan
The clerk of the district court did a
nf mar
' riage licenses today, six couples having
been fitted out up to 3 o'clock with sev
; eral more yet to come. Those who secur
ed them were: Dan T. Courtney, aged 26,
j and Mattie D. Brown, 19: Stephen Jen
j nings, 35 and Harriet Nichols 28; James
I Crevero 23, and Caroline Rerardi 19:
! Gordon AV. Sage 34 and Laura Olson 19;
j Patrick AV. Flynn 26 and Agnes J. White
1 19: Henry Laren 35 and Maffie Garrett
25: Josiah Youlton 29 and Sarah Phillips
: Thomas 23.
AVE HAVE A 16-ROOM BUILDING
situated on a lot on ihe West Side
suitable for lodging house or tenant.
Renting for $60. that we can sell for
$3,000. Part cash. Reynolds & McDow
ell, 46 East Broadway.
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I he matter'ofAnL C Xnnell
Mhankrnnt U * A ' '
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NOTICE FIRST MEETING CRED
ITORS.
Notice is hereby given that on Ihe 191 h
day of December, A. D. 1899, the said
Honnell was duly adjudged
; cred^tors'iNl'n 'be'held^at ' 'the^ourt of
Àiine C Co
bankrupt at
! creditors wil.
bankruptcy. No.
! Butte, Montana.
49 AVest Park street,
on the 9th day of Jan
uary. A. D. 1900, at 2 o'clock p. m. at
which meeting the creditors may appear
prove their calkns, elect a trustee, ex
amine the bankrupt and transact such
! other'business as may properly come be
| fore the meeting,
| Datf . (1 December 23. 1899.
THOMPSON CAMPBELL,
| Referee in Bankruptcy.
NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION FOR
DISCHARGE IN BANKRUPTCY.
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IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
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United States, for the district of Mon
tana. I
In the matter of Thomas McKay and
Hattie McKay. Bankrupts. j
Notice is hereby given that on the 22nd
day of December, A. J)„ 1899, Thomas
McKay and Hattie McKay, bankrupts, ;
filed their petition for a final discharge, j
and that said court fixed the 8th day of
J anual 'y. A - D., 1900, at 10 o'clock a. m„ |
at - th c court room of said court in the city ,
of Helena, county of Lewis and Clarke, j
Montana, as the time and place for hear- !
i,n £ saW petition at which time and
place all creditors and other persons in
interest may appear and offer objections
if ainy they have why said petition should
not be granted and said petitioners dis
charged.
AVItness the Honorable Hiram Knowles,
Judge, and the seal of said court affixed
at Helena, Montana, the 22nd day of
December, A. D., 1899.
Attest:
GEO. AV. SPROULE.
(Seal.) Clerk.
To the Stockholders of The Butte City
AVatc-r company: i
Notice is hereby given that the annual i
meeting of the stockholders of the Butte
City Water company will be held at the j
office of ihe company, Levisohn building, '
Butte, Montana, on Tuesday, January 9, I
1900, at 12 o'clock, noon. |
The business to be transacted at this I
meeting " ill be the election of directors !
for the ensuing year, and any other busi- !
i u° m 1 "• 1
|.^Xrld lÄ JanuaryÄ both
dayH inclusive. |
AW J. LADD, Secretary, i
Boston. December 18, 1899. I
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
W HILE you are looking for Holiday pres
ents do not forget to look at our stock
of Fancy Slippers—just the thing for a
Christmas present. There is nothing that is
more appreciated by a man or woman than
a nice pair of slippers, which you can find at
our store in all the new designs for men, wo~
men and children.
We have the Felt, Fur Trimmed Romeos
in all colors. Prices from 85 c to $ 2.50 a
pair. Men's Slippers, 50 c to $ 3 . 00 . Chil
dren's Slippers, 50 c to $ 1 , 00 . Our winter line of Ladies' and
Cents' Fine Shoes is more complete than ever before. We have
just received a car load of Stacy & Adams'
celebrated Fine Shoes. A big lot of Skating
Shoes for Ladies. Anything in the shoe line
you can find in our stock at prices which are
always the very lowest. We are sole agents
for Excelsior Shoe Co.'s shoes for boys.
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Red Boot Shoe Co.
36 North Main Street
Butte, Mont.
Phys
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DR. D. E. RAINVILLE,
clan and surgeon, room 5, Beaver
It is a well-known fact that Gallogly &'
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tliose beatutiful writing sets at
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in'hoîhfay Resents!' 6 Prt^° a ?Ä. y0U '
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DID YOU SEE
Tim itM Pnnel Bull!
In cur window? It is the only one in this country.
We have a large assortment of
METLACH STEINS
Which we are selling at very low prices
--THE PASSING SHOW
Is what you might call our exhibit of
HOLIDAY GOODS
because it is fast passing out to our customers and those
who put off buying until the last day will have only a rem
nant of stock to make their selections from. So do not put
off buying until tomorrow what you can buy today.
A LITTLE MONEY
Buys lots of TOYS at our stoie because we are closing them
out at half price.
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5 old Elsewhere for $15.00.
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Lost—Fox terrier, brown spots on ears
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Broadway and receive reward.
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those lock lever skates Davis & Weimes
vary company are showing. They are
Barney & Berry's latest pattern.
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holder in the city at Gallogly & Co.

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