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Anaconda Butte Miner (Newspaper) - December 24, 1901, Anaconda, Montana win tire at it Totory Iii proceeding in judge Knowles court. Money was returned Cox is it. \ Ama it. Of j 4 pm Lle Lens Council investigating of Init t it report findings. City of Helena is enjoined crooked work was alleged municipality restrained i rom purchasing 1 reported Money had keen illegally color acquiring in any May a mater i rated from hot machine owners and Plant other than the one now fainting a if judge Knowles is sustained question m ill Ile settled for Nim \ cars special Helena dec. 23. Judge Knowles today granted a temporary injunction in the action brought by the i Lei a waterworks company against the City of Helena restraining the City from purchasing or a Quiring in any Way a water Plant other than the one existing Plant of the plaintiff corporation during the life of the franchise granted by toe City to the pre Decea Sor of the plaintiff. The court at the same time overruled the demurrer of the City to the Hill of the waterworks company and sustained the demurrer of the com partly to the pleas offered by the City. The decision is a great Victory for the Helena waterworks not Pouy and if judge Knowles is sustained by the higher court in ill Settle the water question for at least nine years alien the company franchise will expire. City attorney Honky said onic it that lie did not know whether the City would Appeal from the order made today or whether it would continue the pro eed Ings in tile lower court and Appeal from the decision then. If necessary. A in any event a said the City attorney a enable Ray Alderman Freeman relieve Faits withheld and committee i appointed to investigate special Telegram Helena Mont., dec. 23.�?at a special meeting of the City Council tonight appointed to investigate the report that Money had been collected from gamblers and Slot machine owners without authority submitted its report. The report a fleeced on no officer or Alderman hut for All that Alderman Choo it it. Freeman seemed to think it was his duty to become offended at it. La criticised Tho committee for not failing in the mayor and members of the Council and ended his pyrotechnic a1 display by moving that the report tie referred to a Spe Tai committee to a Termine whether All the facts had let Etc disclosed. The motion carried an i a committee of which Alderman Miller is chairman was appointed to investigate the investigating committee. In the report r the committee which was accompanied by a transcript of the to Stii Nony of each witness examined. The following conclusions were announced report of committee. Supremo court to Lime proceedings on january fit special Telegram Helena Mont., Hee. Or. Fol qty two cases uniting them timing to a famous Pell nay i it Tiu Cutie were pet for hearing today by the Emir Emo court. The Purut Sylvann Cuso was ret for january 33, u id the Appeal in Tho Dotson Casa january.31. Tho following in Tho nerf Calendar to. 1724�?btu.to of Montana is. Stevenson january 2u. To. 1713�?htau. Of Montana a. Towner january 20. To. 1136�?state of Montana is Dotson january 21, to. 1743 stoic of. Montana is. Woodman a Nunry 21. To. 1229�?Montana Oro purchasing company is. It. As la. J. C. At . Co., Junu by 22. To. 1684�?City of Helena Usu Ogail january 23. No. 1706�?anaconda Copper mining company a. Henze it a1., Juilu Ory 23. No. 1702�? Helena water comp an it is. City of Helena january 24. No. I486�?hurley is. O Neill. January 24. No. Loot slate to Rel Burna vie Upton judge january 27. No. L7bj�?craver is Stopp january 27. No. 1741�?ttokel is. Of up snet us january 28. No. 1291�?harrington a. Hutto Al Dolton mining company january 28. No. I Power and Bro. \ a. Stocking it no. 1396 Karlin is. Hill january 29. No. 1402�?lynch is. Bechtel March 3. No. 1103 Schulz Len paint co. Is. Passmore March 4. No. 1409�?w Urrin is. Humble March 4. No. 1416�?alexander is. Fransman March 5. No. 1418 Mcmillan is. Frank March Quot it amount of Money collected on or about the time mentioned of f Fez i Sehr 1 to a m Alt is miss Ion Stevensville. To the Miner a the City will Appeal if it com to a higher court. We will Lake the ease lip to the supreme court before we w til give the get iou decided today a com manned in the United stall court Hod april it a Arums and submitted in May. And for seven month tin court in had it under advisement. Judge Knowle said today that intended to write Iii decision but a lie Souid not do to tic fore january i to. Lie determined to an Dout athe decision orally because of its great importance. The City Wom represented by Poole St botch won St word and the City attorney. Clay Berg St Linn represented the water company. I it Amsel for the water comp try argued that the. City had a needed the limit of Indel Iteni a pre by the Constitution Aud that Lite Neil usury Steps under the statute to no a theorize the City to increase its debt Imd not Imi ii taken. In Ominell for the City opposed the a Pili a of Ion principally a his the ground lint the granting of tile franchise did not preclude the City from securing a Plant of and that in election had been held a Tubo Riding the City to extend the limit of its indebted Ness. I the Iti Urt directed that the injunction take effect us soon us the water company furnished a i kind for $j5,oko to protect the City. The Bond will la furnished within ten Days. Of judge Knowles is sustained in his i decision the City will find it. Elf i numbered with its Beaver Creek water rights which Wen purchased by Hie City Conn Oil some time ago for $.�?T10,0 10. This water Supply will is of absolutely no use to the City in the event the court is Nils tallied and in the meant Roc the in is enjoined from paying out More Money in that direction. Bankruptcy proceedings. Special Telegram Helena dec. 275. I. A. Kercher of Butte was discharged As a i bankrupt this afternoon by judge Knowles. The court today adjudged James Hor ask a labourer of Butte a bankrupt and referred High Case to Lle Feree Lioi Niimi Campbell his liabilities Are $t5&20, while Iii assets aside from those exempt amount to nothing. The court in under consideration the petition of of. Ii. Day of Day Bro. Anaconda to la adjudged bankrupt. Or. Flay d eel ares that i firm is insolvent. But that his brother who is a member of lice firm neglect to sign tin a i in. The arms liabilities Are declared to in , unsecured claims held by Eastern creditors while its besets amount to $5,Joo, of which $5, is said to be Stock. A it i pc it of fic s to old ski i on. Forte Norm Hest association to meet la ill Lens february a 4 and 5. Special Telegram Helena. Lee., 23.�?it was announced today that the Pacific Northwest Wool Prowers association will meet in Helena february 3, 4 and association has members in Oregon Washington Utah Idaho Wyoming and Montana and delegates Are expected from Alf those states. A program is now being arranged and the meeting in All respects promises to be an important one. Foin the parties named was , of which amount $900 was collected from person alleged to ii Ive been engaged in the Busine. Of g holding. That the sum of $660 was collected from certain persons alleged to have been conduct ing machines on main Street in the City of Helena Montana that said Money was collected on or about the second Day of april 1901. A that no complaint had been filed against the parties at the time and no warrant issued for their arrest. Second. That said Money was Colic ted by Thomas Travis chief of i a a Nice who testified that in Del so upon his own responsibility. A the testimony shows that or Travis a accompanied a part of the time by Alderman Horner who testified that to the. Lust of his recollection he did so at the request of the mayor and that Ilia duties consisted in numbering borne of the machines in order that it might be known what machines had paid in Money for the Bond. Third. The it video. Further shows that $25 was collected from the following persons for such machine operated by them Phoenix Cigar co Louis less Lor Ltd Nimby Ltd Krevey to. To. Fred. Crick August pack it two machines Thomas my. Kin is. I. Demorest j. J. Kelley. F. 17 Woodman Fred Hill l in Duffy l. Stein Bremor j. St in Brenner two Inch dues. To i it. Mort St two i. A. Walker hurry Zayas n i in a Knutson us Birch Al in Ersick. I j Mongrel a. Johnson amp Nelson. Lerman Gerber la c. Burgard c on Mach from j. J. Kelley Henry sorg amp Kelley and me kill it Al stub Williamh it i each f ourth i i i Idem further shout that at the. Time the Money was so collected. Receipt were Given to it it those contrib Ting be Fame stating that it was for the appearance Fri court. At a later Date of the proprietors of the machines arum known is i Iii Money. so entered upon Tho police docket Aud he id by the chief of police pending tim tiling of the complaints. A Tho evidence further shows that on the 22nd Day of june. A come Dunt was before the Nili. A magistrate by the chief of police against that a a charged will gambling and the jus. S were set for trial on the next Day of ten of clock and no appearance was rads by Iii. Defendants and the bail Money was declared forfeited by the police Iii Strate. Which was into the City Treasury by the police magistrate of Fine s collected tinder ordinance no. A it a special ordinance on gambling. No. Til hidden is. Peck Williamson heating co., March 6. No. 1420 Mcdermott Mug. Co. A Mcdermott March 6. No. 1423�?first National Dank of Butte is. Filing Wood mulch 7. No. 1426�?c&mpbeil is. City of great fulls March 7. No. 1427�?estate sex re. Maliner is. Wright March in. No. 1429�?ka Nosey is. Durns it a1 March in. No. Hot a Kennedy is. Dickie Murib 11. No. 1432�?hayes is. Union Mere. Co., March la. No. 1434�?perris is. Kellogg March 12. No. Ii3c�?stall sex Reb a Clunies is. Dickinson March 12. No. 1438�?still lager is. Pablo april 14. No. 1439�?krunich is. Helena water co. April 14. No. 1441�?kodue vib. Pau Wellyn it a1., april 15. No. 1442�?i Celli is. King april is. No. 1443�?deinhorn is. Griswold april 16. No. 1446�?cobwan is. Phelps april 16. T Iii Al. Mia ring an and. Cattle stealing ase Fri Ile liven to jury today. Special Telegram Helena. Dec 33. The trial of Samuel Garvin and Hubert e. Is charged with having stolen a band of Cuttle belonging to the Crow indians is nearing Lite end. The prosecution this morning offered some testimony in rebuttal White the whole of the afternoon was Given up to the arguments of counsel. Thew will lie completed tomorrow morning and it is pm Bil that he jury will receive the Case Tumut noon. Garvin was put on the stand this morning by the government. Ile testified that in had Given $2,000 in currency to i which lie had received from a Sale of Cattie in Omaha. Tills was to show where be secured the Money with which he claimed to have purchased the Mash 0 Cuttle. Ria prosecution bad telegraphed Omaha and Learned that on that occasion of the Sale to which Garvin referred be had is a paid Only $200 in currency Garvin today said that he did not remember How lie was paid. Indian agent Edward testified As to a con versa tie ii he had had with John w. Collins stale Stock inspector Smith Ami Frank Heinrich both testified that defendant Lsen a reputation was Imd. Is . A boy testified to disprove Garvin s testimony As to the time the latter lore Down the Corral and Chute where it was claimed tin Cattie had in ii branded. Lawyer i bullhorn of Iiene the argument for the prosecution and Sis Ike for one hour. Ile win followed by lawyer Irma iian Gli for the prosecution who spoke 1 thirty live minutes. A. M. Johnston made the opening address for the defense. Ile was follow i by colonel o. K. Is Dard. K. Warren Toole will close for tile defense tomorrow and District attorney hts igers for tile prosecution. A Mayo it i. D. Wifi la Fard. Court a Kami to i objections of attorney to t barges against Hill. Special Telegram Helena dec. 23. The supreme court today heard arguments on Tho objection of sex mayor in. In. Weed to the charge filed against him by Theodore Mayer who set is to have film Dis a Barre i. Judge n. Vav Mcconnell represented Luw yer Weed. While attorney general Donovan appeared As the Fri nil of the court. The court took the matter under advisement. If the objections Are sustained the proceed Ling will b a dropped of it does not sustain the objections the court will either hear testimony or appoint u referee to hear it and report. Christmas wraps last Day neck scarfs $195 neck scarfs $2.95 electric Seal. Imitation Stone Marten and imitation Brown Marten scarfs from 88 to 40 inches Long tall trimmings $3.50 value ut$1.95 neck scarfs $5.95 the very novel Streamer effect scarfs made from a High Grade of Electret Seal and trimmed with Marten tails a very handsome affair value $4.50. Price$12.95 quite handsome imitation Mink scarfs of extra length trimmed with two pretty Heads and a number of Marten tails. The $8.50 Grade at$5.95 splendid stylish Raglan for $9.75 Here s a garment Price that instances a new Low Mark in Long cloak Selling. The fashionable Raglan 50 of these desirable wraps made from Gray and Blue mixed double surface cloths with plaid linings All seams finished with Pilling garments very full Cut and exceedingly Graceful in hang. Value not less than $15. Price$9.75 $174 persian Lamb jackets with Chinchilla collars and reveres Suk costume waists Sio $15, $20 and $25 oar a a a Soli menu now being sold at $5-95 wonderful news from the silk waists Section. A the finer Silken bodices made up from the higher grades of taffeta Louls lne crepe de Chine and Peru do sole Silks in All shades and most elaborately and tastefully trimmed with pretty laces swell mirrored velvets and other equally Bend some stuffs a vast number styles from which to select. Garments which Are Worth up to $25 Are now priced at$5.95 $35-00 Astrakhan jackets of xxx Quality medium tight curl. $29.75 $127.50 $150 real Otter jackets Best garments of the class obtainable. $119.00 $250 real London dyed Sealskin fashionably modelled. Price $185.00 French flannel Waits $2.95 $40 to $45 Long cloaks $25-00 particularly Beautiful bodice of Plain coloured imported flannels in All shades made with knife tucked taffeta silk Yoke and trimmed with pretty braids. A class of garments sold in the regular Way at $4.50 of $5. Price.$2.95 a wide Range of our finer Long cloaks made from the choicest materials in All colors some fur trimmed other fairly tailored styles in values up to $45. $25.00 elude Ull Tho freshest modes of Tho midwinter season. Price. Ladies belts fancy ribbons of Black Satin arranged in plaits with quite pretty buckles. Price25e Large lines of real handsome weaves in All silk ribbons All exquisite colourings Width up to 8 inches. Price2 in Sterling Silver novelties Florodora Combs the Large size Silver articles among them the files blotters shoe horns Etc. Price29c rings wide Range of warranted Gold plated rings in All styles of settings. At. Koc the latest Novelty in the comb line shown in Shell colors medium size. Price25c Swiss aprons Quito Dainty Little articles of Fine Lawn trimmed with ribbons laces and ruffles. Price55c lace pins and brooches made up in imitation of the High Cluss jewelry. Largo variety 39c children s necklaces with neat Little heart shaped locket set in pearls. Price 50c Stock collars Feather Boas novel effect in fancy neckwear of various styles and materials at25c coxcomb Boas made from Brilliant Black feathers full length. Price. 75c ladies necklaces umbrellas Fine Long chains with lockets of several shapes and styles at49c All silk umbrellas with handles of Silver Pearl and Horn very Fine. Price$2.95 Pape teries fancy boxes of Fine Royal Linen paper and envelopes in Cream and Blue tints. Price25c taffeta ribbons Chain bracelets steel chatelaine Inin my Droit Rich no of i?,.ii. 1 a a u.41. .1. A. Plain coloured taffeta ribbons of first Quality from 4 to 6 inches wide. All shades. Yard .,12c rolled Gold plates padlock fastened very handsome. Price50c the new purse for women very handsome ones in several shades at. $2.93 a satisfying kid Glove Stock Complete lines of Best and most reliable gloves in the Market. All the leading brands Are represented and every pair that leaves this store is fully warranted. These Are the leading makes the a a Symons gloves pair a $1.00 the a a Crown gloves pair a the Quot Mascot gloves pair a $1.25 the a a Monarch gloves pair i mists Row the be iffy poachers Are fined la in tar i. He Mann and j. Moriarty Moil Karh Fay Ona Hundred Dollar. Killed Elk from National Park heavy know Iii Yellowstone fore wild Kaiue into adjacent Valley for food Aud authorities Are on the Alert for it fro tee to u Mother Kidnap her child in u during manner. T spot la i Telegram Livingston Mont. Dei. 23.�?two Hunters named l. Mcminn and j. Mcclarty who were arrested yesterday for killing Elk in the Vicinity of Keene Creek adjacent to the National Park were Given a trial today at Gardiner and tined $100 each. The arrests were made by James Mcl iride Deputy state game from the National Park an to the effect that the Enow there has fallen to an unusual depth making it difficult for wild game to secure food. A ii result Large numbers of Deer Elk and Antelope have drifted out of the Park into the valleys adjacent and Are being hunted by parties who have gone there for that purpose. The authorities Are very Alert and determined that no Elk shall in slaughtered. Kidnaps ukr child. Toilet cases near Cost to make them go a Little foe Tor we have marked Down As follows 4-piece Ebony toilet Case. Silver mounted $12.uu now .$9.00 a place Ebony toilet Quot ase Silver mount d. $16.25 now .$11.00 6-piece Ebony toilet care Silver mounted $10.00 now 3-pi�ce Ebony toilet Case. Silver mounted. $6.00 now .$1.1 0 3-piece celluloid toilet ase $9.50 now. $7.00 3-piece gun Metal toilet a tse $5.00 now. $ 1.00 4-piece Ebony toilet Case $8.50 now. $7.00 3-piece Ebony toilet care Silver mounted $8.75 now. .$0.00 3-pit be celluloid dressing a ase. $12.00 now. $7.50 Many other Nice Holiday presents equally cheap. See our bargain hat of pocketbooks tomorrow. A that the six Hundred and fifty dollars collected from Hie people owning Tho Nickel in the Slot machines wan returned by the chief of Judice to those who had put up Tho same with him some time the latter part of june. A the chief of police testified that Tho Chi Rios were originally made by him upon information and belief and being unable to procure aay Tafth Mony upon which to convict die proprietors he returned the Money to those win owned it. A there is nothing in the evidence that in Iny Way indicates that any officer the City had. At any time any personal interest in the Money so , or derived any personal Benefit judge ii Hom ii overrule Melton. To eclat Telegram i Lena. Mont., dec. 3 Tho now somewhat celebrated Katie cast Iii which Mae Thornton was Given judgment against the Northern Kaellie railway company for i i to through Tho error of a Deputy urk of the i Mart came up again today Lefore judge Knowles who overruled the motion of tin defendant to set aside its default at the same time the court granted the defendants ten Days in which to Hie a motion to set aside the default on the j ground of inadvertence. The Plains Iff was injured on a Railroad Bridge a Little cast of Burl Nodalo last j year. She was carried by her station and compelled to walk Back in the night. She brought the action in Butte., when tourist i for the do fondant flied a faulty demur a r. That proved to be no demurrer in fact. Oil that account the plaintiffs motion to is awarded judgment try default wus granted. Mother does during flees of work near 1.1% Ingston. Livingston Mont., i pc 23.�?l. Sheldon a rancher of Shields River came into Livingston this morning and reports the kidnapping of his nine year old granddaughter. For some time the Mother of tin child has been making an Effort to secure Possession of the Little one and in saturday arrived from in or. Indiana and went it the Shields River Valley. She return late last night accompanied by the child and immediately boarded the to Aln for the East. Sheldon states that she kidnapped the girl As she was returning from sunday school yesterday afternoon. The affair was carried out in a most daring manner and was a Complete Success. Th1 woman was several hours Iii Advance of Sheldon who immediately started in Pursuit when the child a reported missing. Early in the month the woman made an Effort to secure the girl but was frustrated and returned to her Home. Sheldon says that he has been awarded the child by the courts and will at once commence proceedings for her return. Lady s solitaire Diamond Finger rings i6.&0. Ley the jeweler offer Timber for kale. Helena i by. A a a a a the stale Board of land commissioner this afternoon decided to offer for Sale tin Timber on Section id. Township to North Range 21 wag near Hamilton. The Board declined in offer of $1.50 a thousand for titular locate a in Missoula county and refused to consider the offer of Al. Darnell of Dillon. Of $10 an acre for so acres of school land near that City. The Hoard also re fused to accept the offer of $10 no acre for 40 acres of school Laud near Dillon. Small do kl.1.1 no destroyed fire did about a Kyo Worth of damage in Bozeman. Spacial Telegram Bozeman Mont. Dec. Small i dwelling in the Vicinity of the depot Worth Ubo i $800 with contents was completely destroyed by fire this morning. The Christmas edition of the Miner. Which arrived on last nights delayed train was greatly appreciated by the citizens of this Community and there j were Many expressions of approval heard. Good weather for Chamois vests $2.00 gets one this week. Paxton it pock Feller 24 Vav. Park red Cross drug store. Christmas bargains our poultry will be the choicest dry picked Stock. We will have turkeys geese ducks and chickens Young and tender. Also Rii get tomatoes beets and turnips with the tops on radishes an a cauliflower in fact All the Good things which you will want to make up your Christmas dinner. And fresh a creams per .3 5c Candy per 25c per la ____124c no last year s nuts Are Eastern not California. Almonds pecans walnuts Era zils or filberts 3 lbs 5<>c California mixed nuts 2 lbs.25c shelled walnuts or almonds Eastern per la .54 c candies pure finest French la mixed la mixed new mixed Cream Candy nuts the Smith grocery co. Tel. 333. 349 South main. Souvenirs monday a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a Christmas groceries that you must have for the tree the stocking or the table you should Purchase it John Cap lice a because you get Tho by St and the most for the Money in nuts dates figs confectionery und every kind of fancy groceries. Leave your order in season and you wont risk omitting anything. Mince meat bulk to and 16 2-3c per Pound. Mince meat package condensed. In and 124c per package. Mince meat Glass Jar la und 75o per Jar. Mince meat Large Stone Jar 75 cents. Plum bidding Small can 35c Large can 65c. Nuts Walnut pecans filberts Black walnuts butter it. Krum la almonds Hickory and peanuts 10c, Lee und 20c per Pound. Shelled nuts walnuts pecans filberts Hickory. Brasil and peanuts 25c, amp us und 65c per Pound. Figs pulled figs. 25c California 10c imported figs 20c. Dates stuffed or Plain 124c, 25c and 35c. Candy Bon Bons chocolates cuts molasses tatty Cocoa ices Rainbow mixed Burnt peanuts and Many other kinds. 15c, 20c, 25c, 35c, sue und 60e per Pound. Bananas oranges pop Corn olives cheese raisins soups pickles and Many other Good things that you will need. Coretana flour and Magnolia Coffee. Has no competitor unequalled. John splice so. 210-212 North main St., Butte Mont. Butte sewer pipe and tile i a manufacture Erh of crucibles a codifies muffles Borax Glass Etc. Fire Brick and to for metallurgical use. A a Butte 112 West Granite Street or. Chung a celebrated Herb sanitarium guarantees to cure All diseases by Means of bus famous chinese medicines never before introduce in Othis country. He has cured thousands and can cure you. Advice free. No. 9 w. Galena St., Butte Mont. Or. A. H. Fong amp i or. Huie pock s co. Dealers in All kinds of line silk handkerchief and chinaware. Chinese Good of every description. Direct importers. Stock must be bold out before Christmas. 37j South main Butte. No i a Uge Foh advice. In i vats und chronic diseases cured with chinese Herb that have cured millions for centuries. This is to it certify that or. Font s Herb treatment l ured me of a bad us Mel. Or. Fongus Herb treatment cured me of five years kidney Ami bladder John Miller. Y. Chong of co. Manufacturers and dealers in chinese and japanese fancy got ladles underwear made to orc special Sale on All Christmas got 7 w. Galena Butte to it. . Mgr

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