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Helena Independent (Newspaper) - June 17, 1894, Helena, Montana E I FREE MHK. Artar Deliberating for Twenty-F^ur Hours the Jury Brings in a Verdict of Acquittal. THE DAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, SUNDAY MOHNING, JUNE 17. 1891 Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report To-DAY Arthur Z im rn erin ann, the world famous Amen* lean champion bicyclist, rides his first professional race in Paris. The contest of the American with French experts on the wheel is the principal event iii a series of games which continue until June cot Ii, under the management of the French societies for Athletics. Zim-mermann’s extraordinary performances as an amateur insure him a brilliant success abroad. WW*——— GOOL EVENINGS—Spring Overcoat Weather. That every man who owns one wears it after sunset, proves that every man should own one. We're making prices on them nowadays that should put one on every man in Montana. Better drop in and look at them anyway—may be you’ll buy one—maybe not— you’re welcome at any rale. It’s the tailor-made man we want to sell Spring Suits to—the man who never wore readv-made J clothing before. We’ve surprised a good many men just like him with the fit, the style, and the finish of our clothing—rn atle steady customers of them, too. Swellest dressers now wear Regent Cutaways and Oxford or Derby Sacks. Naturally the greater part of our stock is cut in these styles—with ample provision for the man who doesn’t care to be swell. Spring 'Trousers help the wardrobe wonderfully. Most in our stock—best in our stock—price the least. Nowadays children are dressed prettily, artistically and sensibly. This store has helped wonderfully to bring these things to pass —and we’re working at it yet. Boy’s and Children’s Suits for all ages, in all styles, of all materials. The prices start with the \\ ashable Suit at $1.50. Mother’s Friend Waists, sizes 4 to 14 years, 50c to Si.75. And now }Ou must have Light Underwear—Balbriggan is the best. Good quality, per suit 95c. Better quality, per suit Si.50 and S-- And the best -the cheapest in the end—at ^4 and S j the suit. W hat we say we mean. Fast black Socks, summer weight, Worth 25c pair—2 pairs 25c. Comfort and style lie in the wearing of a Madras Shirt. Collar and cults attached or detachable as you will. Si.50 to $4. Five Roffanltea Who Have Work Discharged by Judgp Knowles Yesterday*    * Th* ThompiM Damage Cat* DmM«I la Favor of tho Defieadaat—J orig-moat* Deeded Down. Yesterday afternoon th* jar? in th* ate* of Dunlo! La Itoao, charged with th* murder of Wru. Kins. on th* Flathead reservation lie! winter, broacht in a verdict of not eailtjr. The eat# was given to the jnry et 4:80 Friday afternoon, and th* verdiot wee brought into coart et 4:15 yesterday. While they were oat tba jary took eleven ballot* The Aret two were on the qaeation •a to whether LaRoee wee sail!? of cannier in the Aret decree. It did not take lone for the jary to agree that he wee not. Then the balloting on th# qaeation ae ta whether he wae guilty of menalaaghtar ar wee innocent of any crime began. On the Aret ballot on th ie qaeation the vote aloed seven for acquittal and Ava for maa-elaaghter. It took a long whila for tho jary to get together on one of thee# proposition* At noon ysaterday they ovine into ooart and told the court they coaid not agre*. They were cent hack again, and another ballot wae taken. Pretty aeon the vote stood ten for acquittal and two for conviction of tho crime of menelaapbier. The ninth and tenth bellota Blood thai way, tut when th# eleventh waa taken they all agreed, and than they 01m* into coart. The defendant kept hie composure very well nntil Ike retail had bean announced, and than when it waa all over ba showed the atrein he had been nuder by quietly crying. LaKose. who ie a half-bread, after hie release, went to the oamp established by bis friend* beyond the Broadwater. Going out in the ear he seemed almoet unable ta realize that bs waa a free man, and he woald every once in n while breek into a little laugh. He feele very grateful to hie attorner, T. J, Walsh, who defended him, sui lost no opportanity to express hie appreciation of hie efforts, when talking to others of hie cair. Baking Powder ABsounEiar pure FIVE MOKE 1>I MUA KG ED. Some More Werklng Members of the liege* Army Keleeted by .ledge Knowles. Following cat his policy to teleese from confinement those liogenitee now in the county jill who cen show th At they cen procar* work, and who will promise not to interfere with Northern Pacific trains, Judge Knowlea yesterday released Avo more of th* Uoganitea. They ware Barney Boyle, F od KuJell, P. McMahon, J. Helm*, and C. A Eliott. District Attorney L*slie aahed for the release of the men, saying that their friends bad got work for them. Elliott, ilelmo and McMahon are going to work at tho Obelisk mine in JrfUison County. Ended worked fo* a number of year* in the Butte minus, an I wee released to go to work at Bult* for th* Colorado company. He ie quite an intelligent man. ani made a very good im reseion on the coart yesterday. He raid ho joined th* ermy because he thought a walking petition to congress would have n groat ell .ct on congreet in asking for soma legislation in regard to silver. Ile said, however, that he bed had all the walking petition he wnnteu for some time, and if he was released he would not join in auf more Coxoy movement*. Boyle joined the arui/ at Livingston, accepting sn levitation et that point to gut aboard aud go to Washington. GANS & KLEIN. District Court Notes. Th* calender will ba called in Jadgo Buck’* coart to-mor ow morning. 'I he.jury in the Iborarson damage case vesterusy brought in a verdict in favor of the defen isnt. in department No. I the following judgments were handed down yeete day: E. W. Knight v* J. C. Jones, judgment for the plaintiff for Mutual Benefit Life In-eurnu a company VI. A. Ii. G->tea et al., judgment for the plaintiff for $38.1X15 lid, and attorney’s fees of $1,08J. Au old cast', which has teen before the courts of this cjonty since lt*78, was decided in .lodge Hunt’s court yrsti-rdav. The title is John ll. Russell vs. Mary A. Hoyt, and the natation at isaac wee the title to some mining p operty in the lied Mountain country. Th# judgment was in favor of the defends it. Legal blank* at this omen. Uranich leo l o. Order at F tv Lang e. Children's gioyham drws in all sue. from two to I* jr. ar* at Th* Leo Hire this week at bargain price*. JACKSON MISIC (0. I be Popular Resort for the Music Loving People of the Pity. Since the Jackson Mneio Co. became Anally settled in its handsome new quarter! in the Montana (dab banding it baa become the popular resort of all singer* pianists and maeieiana in tbaoity. The Choral I uion hold* its msstmgi at the store, and altogether mneio lovers And it answers all their needs. Tba atore is tha I I. iud so nu eat of tho kind in tk* state and is a credit to the city. It is a veritable tempi* of music, and those in charge under ■land their business so thoroughly that it I in a pleasure to call and talk with them un I musical topics, even if one has no idea of pnrchasing. The etook in every hue .a most complete, and a lot of new piano* J ast received place it on a par iu the amount of goode carried with eastern establishments. Tho Block of smell good! ie alio very Urge, whim prions on everything are astonishingly low. — - 1 Eight yard piece mosquito nut only IO conte et butcher 4 uiadiey’*. - Cut price-, on firework* at Weinstein's. I ou't mine Keller the Photographer's adverting taunt un found pig 1. hem!* lUnv Ladies-'I his week we reach the climax in Value Giving. It ie really the “Pike's Bouk” in Dry Goode bargain offerings which we hnv* climbed tc, Ja our asount I tim* far you have shown the most j radical interest, having responded to our reapect-I iul invitation* with a promptitude and punctuality wo thy your wise judgment aud acute discrimination. Our sdvs.tisumeut I un the seventh p»ge tells the whole story. I Our special Carpal sud Laos Curtain Hale . ll om of ti e b-nding features of the sea-j H'.n’a merchandising in this oily, nnd our ’ Novelty Druse 1‘att-ru Hale marks ab stunt ; rn barge.u giving which can never he forgotten by those who have the good fortune lo «huru its advantages. We have ideally sold more silk waiits tLan any house wust of the Mississippi, and this week’s sale wi.l cap the climax aud make our Silk Waist Sula remarkable I alk of “dull timet” rn Helena is the in«>l est noneuute, end if vt did not scrnyaloely desire to avoid strong Isuganpe we woald nail all each expressions “insru rubbish.” ’lakes very little mouuy to buy (irewerks now Weinstein s have thorn. (•pedal Car* to tim I ntversty, For entertainments or funtrnala eau be ar. ranged for on reasonable terms by applying at tbs otnoe of tho Helena Rapid Transit reli ned, L. * L. building, ;■ ixth evens:* Advertising spec*i in street cars for real COLL EGR OF MONTANA. Celebret!** of th* Kleveetk Aealvereerr — It Is New Free Fret* Debt. Tk* oolite* of MoBlena al Dot Lodi* celebrated It* eleventh anniversary ooui-aeenoeuieat daring Ike peal week. Tkera was a large etteadanae, sad all w-.e lo t tkaa pleated with Ike varlets exereiaea of the oooasioa. The board of traaloaa elected Ave members to AU Ike plaaoa of Ihoee going oat. via.: Dr. G. CL Bwallow, Rev. J. Reid, E. a Bonner, Ford Kennett sad J. C. Robinson. They made appropriations to pay all doblt of tha imtUntloa. po wa now have a young collage in a new state oat of debt, with money promised for the next two years. Th# old facalty war* all lO-eleoted with a slug!* exception. Hon. W. A. Claik baa give* $2,000 to Al ap a laboratory, wbioh eball he the foundation for a permanent and Aret oles* school of mines. Mr. Clark is thoroogkiy versed in th* wants of snob a school by bis stadia* la them and shoat them, bolk in tkiseoan-try end Ka lope, and will eat to it that th* college of Montana will have a Ara! olaae aohool of min**. Th* t ast***, many of whom ara largely interested in and skiifall work*) a in mines, folly aympathizi with Mr. Clark in this movement, and what is bettor, soma of them have millions an I will help th* collage in all its good work. Th* grad a a tea of this aohool of mines have found ready employment in th* good mines of this and other atatas.    • Tha graduates of th* college th* present year were Miss Mabel and Filth Earl* and Mr. Edward B. Maples in tha olassieal coarse; and Wa. M. Outweigh, Henry H. Reed, Jr., Walter W. K oger and Henry W. K oger and Henry W. Lebaon in the school of mines. In tbs graduating speeches we had a ohange from th* usual Homer nnd Demosthenes to the way of light, tha diamond drill, tba strikers, and th# control of self, all well presented. 'lh* Hon. W. A. Clark*, president of the board, presented th# diplomas in a vary neat and forcible spaeok to the graduates. President Reed closed the commencement exercises in n brief hat timely speech to th* trustee*, facalty end student*. It did not sound bo mach like a man retiring from the duties of bls ofiiee es it did like a men buckling ou bis armor for more vigorous contests. Bat “Men may cons and man may go,” the college of Montana will go on forever, ll has a good foundation in IU location, beddings, endowment and tha confidence of tha people of th* alate, it had nmety-seven students tbs present year and 108 the year before—bard m the times have been—and that is a good record oven for good times, when wa consider th* excellence of oor public schools and oar other institutions of learning nil competing for the small namber of students In a limited population. There coaid bo no better location for a college. Tbs valley of th* boantifal Deer Lodge is mo a beautiful then Temp*, its broad green area ii dotted with shady groves aud sn rounde l by green mountains osppsd with eternal snows. AU is in full view of grand old Mount Powell, whose peaks reflect mon Deer Lodge the rosy tints of tha morning and evening suns; for “I buy crownu.i him long ago With a diadem of snow. ’ The city of Deer Lodge is not large enough to fatter nil the vices; but is most beautiful for situation where its many elegant homes ars surrounded with sonny lawns, shady groves nnd running streams, all that can make home beantifnl aud restful.    G.    C.    h    WAI.    LOW. FOK MOLLIE GUNDERSON. Twelve Thousand stamp* Hive Keen .Sent From Helena for the Little Cripple. J.ast Monday Jnlia Cortin, Pearl Harder and Stuart Harder pat ap three boxes in public p aces aa receptacles for canceled stamps for little Mollie Gunderson, tba child at Mandan, X. D,, who is trying to collect a million stamps in order to bay a pair of artificial limbs. She had both limbs cut off while elm wan aedine milk to pasaeugars on a North* n Pacific train. These three boxes i>a*i ap by tbs ILI -na children were located one et the postofflos, one at The Is hep*:* dent offloa and one at the Public library. The thoughtful little onee t titered heart and soul into the good woik. and each day thuy woald go around and make their collections from the boxes. Yesterday thuy had secured altogether 12,-(XX) canceled stamps and *»J orate in money. The children pat the stamps up in packages of 1.000 each aud sent t«n ot these with the (XJ cents to little Mollie yesterday I wo thousand worn kept to eeud with the next lot. These little girls went to thank all thoeo who were to thoughtful ae to drop in the boxes the canceled stamps, and especially the one who gave OO cents. They also want to thauk the thoughtful folk* at Clancy who sent in oauoelvdstamps. They are going to keep the good work nu until they know the little Dakota girl hat received 1,000,000 stamp*. Tney therefor* want the friunie wuo remembered her last wu«k to do the seme this week, aud thay will look after them. Another little collector is May Adkine, the five-year-old daughter of Letter Carrier Adkins. Sh* collected 2,000 canceled stamps lest week, and these will be forwarded to little MoTie on this morning’s tram. It has been suggested that a record be kept of the stamps sent to tha Dakota child from this city, aud to make this possible that all stamps be forwarded through one committee, the one sending, however, to get Un < credit for the work done. Aux way, don't forget to drop your can-c -led stamps in the boxes this week. Hatcher A Bradley nave a largo line of lad.es' bolts (i«t really for the Fourth. Fireworks cheap at \\ einstein i. FOUT RALL DATES. The Juniors to Flay Monday and the .“color* Tuesday Keening. Monday avenine, at th* Iiolena Ball park, the lieluna l oot Ball team will play the Junior toe rn, who a e practicing for their Fourth of July gems with the Butt* Junior eleven. Admission free. Iuesday evening at 7iii", all those desirous of playing o competing for the regular team, or joining a second elevon, will meet in the vacant ground back of I). A. Cory’s boas*, Madison avenue and th* boulevard. It is contemplated that during this week or the fo,lowing a general meeting of all those interested in foot ball will be called for the purpose of forming an athletic association. A Newspaper Hold Out. Mi ni ilia, Jane lh.—Tho Memphis Ap-peel-Avalanche waa sold at public auction to-day nuder a joint deere* to satiety the claims of creditors for $'12,500 to W. II. Bates, a wealthy job prints,. Featuring. Having hOO acres of the finest pastors land, located eight milos north of Helena, ranch knows as the Green Preuitt ranch, will pastnre horses or cattle at $2.50 par month. Enquire of Britt & D,jugular* or J. E. Allen.    Ca nu Bilos. I allies’ vests IO cents end up. bust values in tho city, at butcher dc, Bradley’*. BELEN A IN li’il KF. Capital City Motto Co.. 823 Ninth an. Jackson Mnslc Co.. Montane C lub build leg. Pianos, organs, musical merchandise '•HELENA FOH THE CAPITAL" CIGAR. (Trade Mark Registered!) A Fine "Bit” Cigar Hand Mad*. Union Label. J A MKH ALLEN. Grand Central Ciijar Store Owner of the brand. JOTTINGS AHOLT TOWN. A prig* calico ball will ba (Ivan by tbs Hipi? Hoer Bool*! club. on Thnrida , Jane 28. Th* next meeting of the Del Moat* club will ba bald on Fndav evening, Joe* 22. at lh* residence of Mn. Balsrove. W. H, McCann was yesterday awarded, by telegraph)# inst notion* from Washington, the contract tor building the bake ovens al Fort Harr.so I. The regalar meeting for yoaag men and bora will ba held in th* King'* Bona read Iqg rooms at four p. aa. to-day. Good singing and speaking. A cordial invitation is sxtoodtd to all. Th* following notices of location have been filed with th* county clark ani recorder:    Bs in aal Biliate, Badger Iola iu Helena dial let; Alexander MoLtod, Golden Leaf lode, in Bear Goloh district; Jennie R. Ellin Wait* Rabbit lode. Th* many friends of Marshal W. F. Wheeler will regret to know that ha is dangaronaly IU at his home, and little hop* is entertained of his recover*. A few days ago he was taken down with a bad aoli!, and this has developed into pneumonia. Joseph Mueller, th* Vienna comedian who is going to give an entertainment at tha auditorium next Wednesday, in said to havo few equals in hie apeeial line. Miss Jennie Hepuer and Mise Asia Mille will be among th* looal talent who will take part in tha entertainment. Mr. Hngh Jackson and Miaa Julia Harlow. both of G oat Fella, wain nulled in marriage last evening by Rev. Win. Hail, of Oakes street. Th* happy pair are both soldiers in th* {Salvation army and belong to th* Great Fel t corp*. Mr, Jaokaon is proprietor of a testament at the Fella. Mrs. 8 viggett-Wilson and ber company will play their oharmiug comedy, A Ray of bnnshine, in Marysville next Monday sight. Helena theater-goers consider this one of the brightest comedies over given in this city, aud with Mi*. Bwigg*tt*Wilaon in th* atar part of Pansia it la a peiformance too good to be missed. At tbs weekly shoot of the Helena Rod and God elan ysaterday A. J. Fisk won th* A medal with a soar* of 24 and Fred Haag tba B medal with a soors of 23. T he soo es of th* others w^re: 8. Kennett, 28; Biokctt, 22; O’Connor, 18; Walker, 16; Norris, 15; Biebea, 15; Harte*, 14; Parohen. Jr., 13; E. W. Bach, 13; H. M. Parohen. ll. Rev. I)-. Peachy T. Wilson and wife, medical missionary of th* North India conference, linden na, Indio, who ie visiting in Helena, will talk at Bt. Barn's L. E. Sunday school to-day at 12:15, also at the childrens’ day exeaoieea in the evening. Th* doctor bas bean engaged in missionary work in India onder th* direction of th* Methodist chnroh for nearly twenty-five years. A picked team, encourage! by tbs defeat of th* Helena* in Batt*, have challenged them, und a game wi I be pleyed at th* park to-day. Th* Helenas lost to Butts through unsteadiness at critical points. By steady practice they bote to regain their prestige, and wilt endeavor to show Batt* how to play ball on the 24tb of thie month. If, however, they lose tbi* afternoon thuy Will have to take a back seat ana allow the pioked nine to take tho title of "The Helenas.” A good game is therefor* promise I. Game to be called at 2:30. livery*** Invited To call and ae* a complete lint of shiaa glassware, lamps, silverware, alo. Priori to snit every pars*. Beat goodv, lowest pnosa. F. J. E DW aud-!. 8 Park Avenue. * Exclusive. The exclusiveness of oar sheet mnsio and musical merchandise Lostness enables as to announce come of th* very lait at and most popular pisces in abret mneio. We claim the honor of having th* latest in everything in oor line. Helena Masts Hons*, A. I. Reaves, manager. PERSONAL. J. W. Astley, of Butte, is at Tbs Helena. A. McLeod, of Flathead, is a visitor in Helena. J. ii. Trerjse, of Batta, is at the Grand Central, R. Looker returned boma on Thursday from a basinet.* visit to Bozsmau. G. W. Carpenter, the Broadway merchant, is quit* iii at Bt. John’s hospital. Peter Win ne, who spent several days in Livingston the peat week, ha* returned to I Helena. Charles N. Whiteley, who has been attending the Northwestern Military academy at Higaland Park, Iii., th* peat twj years, rota aud Loma yesterday. Arrivals at the oread Central. Dr Budd, Jefferson Mrs Rudd, Jefferson City    City Mot O'Brien, drest J J Deming, Living-telis    stun Mrs Uhs L I arrow, Goo tv Pal bury. Marys-I hot eau    Ville John Forrest. Lincoln J H Treriee, Batt* O L Lillen heck, Lls- Ii I) list tules, McLeod horn    Aleak ate Lu od, rlat- W U .'hopard, Jeffer-    held eon    J M Hanley, Chicago VV I! ^trader, Bt Paul Wsllict Corbett, i.utto Jonn Edwards, (iran- Mi* Ldwsrjr, ti rani ite    Mm Kobt Luke, Mar:*- H ll Hotting, Marys-    Ville Ville    Mrs Anna Panniok, Mrs Emma Renfry,    Mer: av ii In Hutto    Allert i.eufry, Latta David I e welly a, Col* F Half. Luling* fax, Wash    K W Sherman, Hhilips- J ti < hurchmsn, Mi*-    burg souls    H J Kelly. Spokane Ii t i owlby, Marys- John nutty. Oliver villa    y. J Daly. Butte II L bi rn mom. \Aioke* CARNATIONS 20c Her Dozen, TODAY ONLY, at Miller’s Gratae!, Near HOTEL BROADWATER ARRIVED. Mrs. Dr J. (.'alder and Mr*. C. T. Newton will give Phys cal Materializing Seance Tile day and Thursday evenings at 8:30 Alao private sittings dailv AB those wishing to sue the mediums will call early. No. IIH Lu lier M , Corner Warren. COSMOPOLITAN HOTH. REOPENED. REFITTED. Hates JBI.2r> anti 01.50. Ii. C. Lu board, PnopwrroH. South Main street, Helena, Mont. Eli ctrlo oars from tho depot pa** the door. CHASE’S PURE BARLEY MALT WHISKY. Endorsed By Tho Mont Eminent Pity.•drilluh and (’hornIsis uh a Vain-aMo anti Reliable Brinedv to” all LING TROUBLE, DYSPEPSIA, MAL ABLY and FEEBLENESS. A Perfect Tonic and an Absolutely PURI: STIMULANT. For Sale Br OPPENHEIMER & ASCH bolo Ag ata for Montana, Helena, Mont. Andy Holm. Martin Hut rn. MONTANA ICE CO. We fcrni-h strictly pure Springwater irs. Order* left witn City Drug Store or Jno, W. Boll!* Grocery Company will receive prompt attention. J. L. SMITH Freight and Transfer Line HELENA, MONT. All kinds of merchandise and other freights, including orts# promptly transferred from th# depot. Orderh will receive prompt attention. Office ut J. Held berg’n Mtor* sad at the depot. H rf Ii J ’ CASH STORE fffTT 107 BROADWAY. THEY'LL WASH. Arnva'a at I lie Helena Harry Cannor, city J amu. Hatton. Philips-burg Ik* llau-er. Bt I oui* ’Iho* Dardi., Appleton. 'N is J NY A tiler, Butte Ralph Btrnus. * bicago Tom Cooney, city b tv r-try Aor, I tuladsl-phia Oj*s K Hall. Glasgow E Lf ( oWunau. i.ln«gow Oso ii anour, city Ban Deer Henry Jacob, Francisco J it Moroay. I edge (' G Adet, Chicago 1. 8 hinioua. New York W H ii*/, -t Haul Yv ll tear. Cortland (Iii Kenney, Holly A J Mi nard. Chicago lieu J Low, Bon t ran-cisco Lieut liainbrigbt, U H A 15c YARD. A STRONG POINT: Look at the smallness ol the price—that s one of tlje strong points of these sightly 30-inch wide Bummer iabrics, each yard of which is honestly worth 25 cents. Slits Till Cl Bi Biti Dill The shoes we sell are the best to be had; they can’t make ’em any better. We have hunted out the makers whose goods are thoroughly reliable, and no matter what price you pay here, there will always be that feeling of confidence, and the knowledge that you have received full value for the outlay. SOME SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK. Ladies Extra Grade Tan Oxfords, new summer novel- db b) ties, from $3.50 and $4 to.....................fTOOiUU Ladies’ Fine Vici Kid Oxfords, new narrow toes, hand sewed, turn soles, for this week r square    AA ........ Ladies’ Extra Grade Canvas Oxfords, the kind that rib ^ /V lit and wear best, in gray, white and tan colors... .(Ii) | §f_/V/ New Summer Novelties in Gentlemen’s Tan Shoes, $2.75, $3.00, $4.00, $5.00, $7.00 ii ugh Mo(junid. oity The chance of your live* Huo Keller the l’ho-tograpuur k edvurtiaonuiut oq fourth page. You eau afford tiroworke this year. NAein-eteiu a ar*' aolhug th*in. A Carload Lo*. VV* ar* in reoelpl of n oarload of Miller celebrated ranges and tba Moneroh gasoline stove*. ’J bra* good* have no anterior. Cell aud see them. Ling A Co. < no dollar will buy sh many fireworks at VN tun ami * ai two will any wheru el*-#. Accum hum!..Mon. 1‘orfent. Every neooimuodatiun for viators at the Helena Brewery Bour garden, on Wast Main street. Concert to-day from five to IO p. in. Mix- th* Mummur drove goo la tills wuok at I he Bee hive for loo Hwy ton.ut of organdie*. Piqua, madam*', zephyr gingham* aud other un.-liable goods. Kvi ry armil* monticnnd ta a bargain. I.arg* Front ttoom. Front room for tent with first elate board. 211 Chessman F.iit. liny Montana I’eerloa* Hull lug Powder. Why send year money oat of tbs alate. INFANTS' EMBROIDERED Muslin Capes Worth lrom $1 to $1.50, FOR 35c. t <S~No comtront on this Un* la necesaary. Every Lady in Helena WILL WANT GNK OF OUR NKW FREI) GAMER THE SHOE MAN EXTRAVAGANCE May lie in paying too much for a thing, or in paying too little. If you buy groceries for less than we ask, you’ll not get as good quality—that’s poor economy. If you pay more, you pay too much, because we sell the best there is. Park & Tilford’s fine table wines and liquors for family trade always in stock. BACH, CORY & CO. GROCERS    RETAIL    DEPARTMENT, Telephone 35. SETTLED That we offer you the best goods for the prices in the city. CLARKE&CURTIN I I Galvanized Poultry Netting, Window Screens and Screen Wire of all kinds and sizes. Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Garden Hose, Lawn Mowers, Hose Nozzles, Sprinklers and Reels. STOVES AND RANGES. Mail Orders Solicited and Promptly Filled. Telephone No. OO. { 42-44 SOUTH MAIN STREET A. G. CLARKE. JNO C. CURTIN. In cutting Sapphires we put more brilliancy in them by our style of cutting than other lapidaries, so much so that it pays to send them to us in spite of the extra time it takes. Besides we never cut any stones that are not fairly clear and in this way save our clients throwing money away on useless stones. D. Dc Sola Heinies & Co., CUTTERS OF DIAMONDS AND PRECIOUS STONES AND MANUFACTURERS OF DIAMOND JEWELRY. 51-511 MAIDEN LANE, NEW YORK. NNe an* .'ill I'u/ura of I arge, Hound arui Fairly Clear Bough Bapphirua Til IM IB YOUR 'OI’POKTLSill Y: $1.75 Quality for.........$I    25 2.50 Quality    for......... 1.75 2.75 Quality    for......... 2.00 2.95 Quality    for......... 2.25 C. B. IMMER Herald Building. When you want a very nice Blank Book, call und got cellmate.}. RULING TO ORDER. -——General-- BOOK BINDING. U CAN HA VK BID MUN KY BY buying your tlrket at Hwi>e A O’Connor'* ticket office. It North Main HL Th* Word “XI! WH" has it. Origin from th* Four Quart ors of th* (J lube. North East West Soh TTIJ5. THE Great Northern Railway N- YOU CAN BE BOOKED ORTH aa far ae Aleak* • ABT to Winn**poilu. Bt. rani, Chicago, New York aud intermediate place*, ainu aoron* , tho Atlantic ocean to any point on th] continent of Europe. W EST to all poi ut* on th* Pacific coati ami aero*, the Haoific ocean to China ani Japan. rt V OUTD to all point* in th* Sunny Booth. (’omfortab’o firatcIaM coarhna and Palace Bleeping card, tourist, buffet, amok mg. library and dining care We are agents for alt uric clava 'tfainahip Line* arui ran ticket you to all Oriental and Occidental point*. Prepaid p*»-■ago. arranged. _ TIME TABLE. Train* Mutant Follows; Anni VK at un KVA. No. ?4.    At'ant ic Ixnreaa. cant bound .    12:25    p.    rn No, i8.    I trifle I xproau. vroatbound...    5:15    p.    m No. 2. Hutto Local, daily............. fido p.    na Of PA BT KHUU RVI.VK A. No. 2t    Atlantic Kxproav, ca,thor^nd..    12:35    p.    rn No. 2&    I ariho Kxpre**, wcat bound...    6 15    p    in No. I. Butte HocaL daily............. 8:30a.    in PawKiUgerH taking tit» Atlantic Expreew from Helena on NNedtieaday. at 12:35 p. rn. con anet at DuhnUon Friday, with tim .upofb Meamahtp North Wet, affording a delightful .ail aero.* the Groat I ake* to Sault HL Maria, Detroit, Cleveland and huftalu.__ For further iwrticulara. map*, folder*, rate# etc., call at or write to our oHio*. ...    .... y- 'v HITTS,    t    tty Tifikot Agone Wit- UABULIC Oniicrai Nguni. Helena. Mom. ;