Clipped From The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times
o The Death of His Mother. Mr. Herbert Butler, the exquisil violinist with the Butler Concert corn pany, which appeared in Deadwool last night, received word yesterday of the death of his mother at Kansas City. Altho weighted by a burden of grief that would have rendered most men powerless, Mr. Butler proceeded with his performance last night, anJ few persons among those who hai gathered to admire and appreciate his wonderful work knew of th.-; th.-; th.-; anguisii that was tearing at his heart strings. Friends who had heard him before could detect from his demeanor on the stage that his being was beset by romething unusual, but it was not betrayed in the wonderful music that his violin gave out under his magi: touch. To go ahead as he did and meet his engagement required a hero ism that Is not often met with. '' A Job to ba Proud of.