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VOL XXXV.-NO. 285. HELENA. MONTANA. SUNDAY MLRNINU, OCTOBER 14 1HJ4 TWELVE FAGES. PHICE FIVM C.' f3
Fall C lothing
JVIEN'S FALL SUITS.
THlE tariff did change condi
tions. Those who have to
start in with a large stock bought
before the change must either
pocket the loss or get a higher
price for their clothing.
We started in free handed and
in the best possible condition to
take advantage of the new tariff.
We want every intending pur
chaser to see our fine
FALL LINE OF SUITS
Before they buy. You'll find
here a liberal and unexcelled
assortment of the Best, Freshest
and brightest you ever gazed
upon. The garments we offer
you are from the loom direct to
And we claim they are super
ior to any to be found anywhere.
Takes quality to cat ry the Bos
ton label, but it costs you no
more to wear it. A range of
prices from $xo to $25.
Every price is crowded with
honest value; there's our strength;
there's the advantage to the
The Boston Clothing Co
23-25 S. MAIN STREET.
"Our Empire Last."
In 'o tweaNr are five very de.iralhl, ra.,irivtea a
"h'o that han ommo,,f them mey be gooud a shoo
that hum all IS tiUt1). Ileie they art:
Thl..tlewraito a Sh.. '- 1111 tom in ll those ul'fali.
ti, a tria l th ,rno, I a trth,. 'Tin a ,ur n ttr.
youi ,iid th., ur'eirar soi ty.o grod .liose aoll
t eI *, n hgr a it ii erars lu l.
We aw jut reeive.! a ('nih ts
CORK SOLli SihOES,
In all t'., '. t pt):'e IhoI are what yuu
BU nt or fat! at d wi.0 r.
W. E. THISTLE AITE
T i " lll;
( Sl..t SOliOC@
123 North Main Street.
A GALA W~E[K INBERLIN.
The King of Servia Will Be in
Town Several Days, Corn
Red and Other Colors Will Be
Profuse All the Time He
What tie Powers Want to Do In Roter.
ease to the War in the Orient
iCopjright. 1891. by the Aemolatel Preu.1
Itanurn, Oct 18-Quite a gala week lies
before Berlin folks and the est of Germa
ny. The arrival of King Alexander, of
Sertla, who Is doe en Monday saet, will be
the signal for a number of coart feetivities
and several Impositg ceremoales, chief of
which will be the dedication of 182 flags
destined for the reeently organised Fourth
battalion of each regiment of infantry.
This ceremony to annouaced to take pace
on Thuraday onet, with great pompia front
of the monument of Frederiek the Great
on Unter den Linden. The presence in
this city of the German minister to Bel
grade. Baron von Wrehker Goetter, madl
cate* that King Alexander's visit is not af
foeted with politics. Every possible atten
tion will be laid to hims and among the
entertainments organized in his honor is a
boatling party at Wild park, in which the
kiag will be acoorded the anusual privilege
of killing one of the few remaining stage
which are to be found Is the park.
Emperor William, who Ie enjoying the
best of health, personally gave orders for
the arrangements for the coming weak. and
is evideatly anxious to impress the Bervias
king with the splendor of his reception.
The Cologne Gazette confirms the state
ment that Resiea and Eranes are working
hand in hand and are averse to Interfer
enee in the Vhinm war. It is added that
Austria is In similar manner sating with
G(rmaen, and as it is claimed that the
United States from the first has not son.
ecaled her sympathy with Japan. Italy is
the only power likely to eemply with the
prorcsal of the earl of Kimberly for inter
The iuarso Zditung and other German
newspapers point eat that German interests
la the war are not identical with England
and Russia. The Cologne Gasette to-day
publishes the following dispatch from Ber
lin: '"t I confirmed from every sourse
that Germany has declined to take part in
joint Eurepeam latervention between China
and Japan at the present juncture, and this
subject aeeo dingly is removed from the
diplomatic programme of the powers."
The eorrestondeat of she Associated press
has sounded a distinguisbed offilal upon
the subjeot, and bee alsoe mad other la
quirles'i other tusoential quarters, with
the result that he has found it to be the
general opinion that Japan, in the event of
being viotorious, will not make exorbitant
demands upon China, but will restrict her
self to ielaiting upon the independence of
Cores, while asking for protectorate rigbts
for herself, as welt as a big war indemnity.
It is probable Japan may demand the ces
sioan uf the island of Formosa.
Signifioant as indicating the intentions
of Rueasia is the statement of the Berliner
Tageblatt's earrespondent at Ht. Peters
burg, that Russian troope in towns, villages
4nd passes of the Chinese frontier have
been greatly reinforee, cad that large
quantities of provisiens and war material
are constantly arriving at those places.
Large detachments of Coessek cavalry ap
peared, and they were followed by Cossack
a tailery, and later bt strong detachments
of infantry, and bringing with them com
pinett parts of very spacious ba racks
with portabls heating and baking stoves.
in at cord. everything, apparently, is Leitg
prepared for a forward movament, it each
.tap is doiadcd to be necessarr.
Forn statements published in regard to
y.sterdav'e Prussian cabinet meetig itap
p-are stat Count Enlembeg. president ef
the council, after a isonesing the prounsed
repressive measor' against anarchists,
yaieded in Part respeeting the anti-revoi
tionary measnres which have blea the bone
of contention between himself and Chan.
oellor von Caprivi. It also appears that the
audience wblch the latter had with the em.
peror led to a compromise agreement by
which legislation to be proposed will not be
of an ezesptional character, but will aim at
increasing striagency of the existing laws
and securing their more effetual applica
In view of Prince iismarek's inability to
receive a visit from 1,80J East Prnestame,
on the ground of ill health, these admirers
of the ex-chancellor have decided to testify
their sympathy by popular subsecription in
the province, the p ooeeds of which are to
be presented to the crinoe on his eightieth
birthday, April 1. IWU.
I be emperor to-day performed as inter
sating cernanonr at Freisack. Brandenbure.
lie anveiled the monument to Elector
Fode iok II., first marerave of BIranden
burg belonging to the house of Hohenzil
I'rn. The emperor in accepting the top of
honor, on this occasion, saiii: "I qaff this
gublet filled with Ge'maa wise
to the welfare of Brandenburg,
wishing that as loog as (Ged grants run lire
and strength, ant as long us the house u!
Itraudeanba g uist, the old traditional lo0
alty of the aubabitants may never fail me
if an emergenoy arises and the margrave
HAD) YEAR~S OFV IXPIEILIJNCIE.
"o Lindtner Is blii to %eiit everybody in
For the plot fbi iteen rears ff. lIfndner
hae rokte~ a usioemiaker in Hlelene, and to
hinrt length of time he has acquired an oxl
t'erience wlib the needs of the peoril of
tIf, i at ot~on wkdib enables hien to suit till
tatiets. At~ont a yen,~ nan Mr. ltndlisr
moeds intoe the bmndorosu Store whicnh be
now (ilpilos at No. :.l sonth Muniue StromI.
'dr. Lolnreir oarto ion e it the bjeet Stooks
fledt iab footunsr lit the city. Hii. met,
tif eMn's ..'uletire f Ilii bosh known eiiiiee
t t ti., cinitri, sit aleua up ~loeee. iI. also
ienevutf"'tcits shoes to ocrier and bins al.
ways given the Ieat sitt .ee'itiun.
"elyo eel. eef ~lmf'll~aeikthr.
ii.' i-d t. I I le Ili . ni.iti
l~t~ .",tI I. I!. . Aftr Ihnirq ont
*tllI.en c~uuri, thISit .InVl the. I.nlhe,!Y
min der eo- rteiirned a vflrii l if utility oif
,iniiiri.ib i.ulitir,r it 14 it ciiiif 011115 ver.Ii,.
Lii Ito It at Liellot (e yule ,tiol I ciiih
!ir ncifi. (tel end fiiir fou 011911`113,iuo R4
'hioiped. I. cry tighot alter the first etc eA
1,iii fire q o iltil. ciii twe for aenriotiiili,
ittilti ii." ieiepfiri-e iill a m s lin. l,tidbu
will tie sentaitiJ oin Setiurday, ( tt, ft.1
-ask In s IPot.
A' . ii F.r t tot.. 1:1 fbih Iriecoh vessel
4 II cvw ii slink durtuitt the foul serf, to- dsp
by the ~-we~dilt shill italJer, in Iiie river
t~cbeItt. lIii of the crew were drowiaed.
MADM A IUH IIHAUL
Train Rebbers Oat About $1i0,000 to
ltlvide Amoag a.ver.
Wanworou., Oct. 13.-sevan mein som
posed the sang that held up the northeand
ezpress train un the itlohmond. Fredericks
bare & Quaentle last night. Ezirse
Meeeager ( utohfleld thinks the
booty eessud was $160,000 or more
He gave this aesosnt of the robbery: *"bt
one robber entered tbe oar. He was kern
built and dressed like a farmer, although
be seamed to thoroughly understand tbe
esap *o businees. He had a red bandher
obiet over the lower part of his face. Whea
the train was stopped. I opened the door of
my car. The robber fired at me. I
it ad back and olosed the door.
He called. 'Omen the door!' I did
sot do it. 'Open that door. or I'll
blow the whole ear to piewee with dyna
molts.' be yelled. Then be threw a stiok of
dynamite. It stmuok the door and hbadtere.
it and the easing. The fore. knooked me
off my feet. I thea opened tbe doer. One
of the robbers came in cad made me open
I the safe. Hie took everything. There was
- one package whihb be must have thoueht
f contained only popera for he threw it into
a box. It contained $6,000. "
It is supposed She bandits obtaiaed be
twoan $150 000 and $200,000. The heavy
o a.k doors of the eupressear had bees splln
c terd by dynamite. In addition, marks of
revolver boletse were vielble. Every
pane of glats in the windows of the
oar had booa shattered by the explosion,
C sad fragments of glase were still "attered
I over the floor of the oar. O(felate of the
Adams oz.reee company in sharge of the
ear at she depet oiaimed that oely the
pooches and safes had bees ransaoked.
A TURKISH BATH.
The Up-to-Date Faree Comedy Whish
Comes Mere Wedeesdy.
A Turkish Bath. which will appear on
Wedaesday evening, Okt. 17, Ia an up to
date farce comedy. The play doce not
show where the author Rot the mema sad it
makes no diterses with tbe sation. The
plot. it sueb a thing cas be ealled a plot, is
thus: CoL Paometheas Sparrow, the
father of 18-yeos-old Dot, and the aeles
and guardian of Mabel and Rose Dove.
has a seaside cottage, an Irritable tempera
ment and am aversion to theatrielss and
flirtation. He keeps a close watch on the
girs, who get up a flirtation with their
neipbbore, Leender Thrush and Algersom
Fits Canary, bribe the colored seresat and
the poloceman and forge a selegram. Col.
Sparrow ges to town and. returning ma
expetesdly. fids a play being rehearsed by
the others. The plot is not mash, but it
serves as a good foundation tor a variety
performasee of merit. The domestio scene
in the second aet is remarkably true to life.
with the grgf old soldier, the servant. the
romantic youea ladies and the energetie,
shrewd. inquisitive little gall, who does as
she pleases with hbe father. tests will be
on sale at Lockwood's drug store Tuesday
THE A. 0. H. P.
It Lalitatee New Members and Eajoys a
Washlagton sounmil No. I and Munroe
counell No. 5. A. O. H. P.. mentis A. O. U.
W. hall last night and initiated eleven new
members into the order. Many of the new
menmbes were ministers who had been at
tendras the A. M. E. conferense in this
city, and others were delegates to the grand
lodge of Odd Fellows whiob was oroauised
here last week. J. W. Kinsley made a
very appropriate address, after which the
members of the order and a few invited
friends sat down to a banquet.
The A. O. H. P. is an order organised in
thin city only a few years ago. It has grown
t om a small lodge in Helena to almost na.
tional importance. Thore are a number of
lodges throughout Montana and several
a whine Whipped Jeoes.
Epelal to The Indenendent.
lrjna. Cct. 13.-Dal kiiwkins abd Harry
Jones light-weights, fought at the opera
house to-night befot. 7U0 people. Haw
kins won in the tenth round. It was a
splendid fight. Jones was ontolase*J, but
JOTTINGS ABOUT TOWN.
Alexander Belvial, the tragedian. bas t
signed an eagagement to be at Mina's on
II. C. Rios and others have filed notice
of the location of the Abble E. lole at the
head of Dry golob.
Mesrre. Jiennesey and MoDonald aS
e .milni on Friday opened up what promisees
to be the richest silver vein Ia the state.
The usual young meno meeting will be
held this afternoon at 3:310 in the Thompson
bleak. The mesetag will be addressed by I
J. M. Smith. 1
The e.esetive committee and the fnance I
committes of She Women's Capital elab
will meet on Monday at 2.30 p. m. in roomt
60, ileaey block.
Horatio Hight and wife have transferred
to the (olden Crown Mining company forty
sores to section 24, township 11 north, t
reage 4 west, for $470.
Tie new time card of the Electrio Btreet
Rallway company is now realy. and can be
Lad at the company's otbee or from the
cinductors on the cars.
hbs next regular rneoting of the memw
bers of the Del Monte club will be held at
eight *'oiock on Friday evening. Oct. 1:1.
at the residenee of Mrs. Nulgrove.
An inqair, into the sanity of J. L. It.
Walker. of Eat Helena, was begun before
a jury in Judge Biuck's department of the
distriot coart yesterday, and will be con
'l he Young Peopl's Society of Chrdtiain
Endeavor will hold (Leir regular uioetitn
at the First Presbyterian churoi as 6:311 1.
m. All members are requn.eted to atteni.
Iltuanese of importance will be transasted.
The regular noonthly devotional mraetln.
of the \iung l'eop:e'a Local union will be
held ii the rit al I'resbiterisn cbnroti
'les raw next at 7 1) p. tn. All are cord.
ally invited to be prseunt.
A ahort Iurnaese meeting will follow thL
I hure was a big demonratio rally at
Msayavills last nilbt. 'I. J. W ,ish and N.
It. inrrrell aldressed thil inen'tliig. which I
war rry utbiie ratio. Auonig ohier its
on po j'o who went np were C. S. toilalvr
and J1'bii ire. .1. I'. 1tiialbh, of iva.
Ileiena. alai attended the meeting.
4 l . iutton, general agrznt -f the (hrent
North rin railway II, l'lensa, his rerena' ia
n'il' .lippil of the latest puid Liiln of
that e'ni'avy, '\al y, I'snimian IPeck.'
Is : a L.,in ' eiruii littl" lik 'ni trrait
orn"li of rall thet insp.rtant cli.tie it Allat
turn on'i tlh, iu0 tot the road. It is tioli'
'I h Inr.' Williams Was broiviit to Irn.
nil f . IV i lviri.lgA n ydtrih e V alii takiti
tout. Julia'. b.,c Iti l fur tire tinentk [,r it
,Ikrn I U. \1r'lit ona is ni iok ai lI was in
tii.r npios if ti$r Irunhluan r'ntinury II9
yennr., 1iiintrii i ift 1'i1n0ii ,. l'iei ti 1.,
pnlnu i, to *ent hie wife to han I raneiis
an aiaternird mtir her. Ilaviiig ft ll i30in'.
I.e wee .ti'nli0 a rile ion a .r'ttle car. It1
was g.ttiiig thrrugh ihi. rurt door of net a
,ur a few nare aut when be fell annil t uLo
the btne of his right leg near the thigh.
R, erreea. al tea
Ti rail ndt Ies a cimpilst, lir u' Cbtu..
laeeware. leuipt S vsrwars, eta.
l'riore to cuit eveiy puron.
iestl gouda, lowest princ
V. J. &uwnuse, ' Park Avease.
THE FIGHT FO " FREEDOM,
Everywhere Pdrp e Are Rousing to
the Importance of the Capital
Must Head-off a Blimy Corpora
tion's Attempt to Strangle
Thousands Hoar and Applaud thie Argn
maents of Those Who Speak for LIb
arty La Montana.
Special to The ind-pendant.
Li v eonw . (lOt. L.-The Helena-for.the
Capital empaign was opened here to-night
with the largest and most etahusastte
meeting of the season. A. early as seven
o'elock the people began to stream into
Hefferlin's opera house, and before eight
every seat had been taken and all standing
reem orowded to its full capaeity. Never
before I. Livingston was a speaker given
stch a royal reception as was tendered the
Hon. Thom. H. Carter when he steppei on
the stage and begs. a diseussion of the
capital questieo. That the people of Liv
Ingston are strongly ia favor of Helesa for
the capital was demonstrated to-night to
the entire satisfaetion of all concerned.
Mr. Carter made an extelleat speeob. and
as he scored point after point aealast the
Anaconda company his hearers gave their
approval of the views express 4 by long
and enthusiastic applause.
Os the stage with Mr. Carter were Es
Mayor Taleott, Hon. James B. Thompson.
Editor Beaton, L W. Baker, George Besaffy,
and other well known citizens of Park
.nesty. The meeting opened with a se
leotion by the Cokedale corset band. Es
Mayer Taleot lbsen stated the object of
the mating and inoldestally gave a few
strong reasons why the people of Living
stem and Park ounty could not in jostles
to themselves support Anaoonda for the
eapitaL He then introduee I Mr. Carter,
who immediately began the ablest presents.
tieo of the capital issue yet offered the peo.
las of Livineastn.
Mr. Carter said the contest for capital
honors was between the people of Montana
on the one side, and a arasping, greedy
corporation oa the other. He compared,
maeh to the disadvantage of Anaconda. the
advantages and futune possibilities of the
two towns. Anaeonda Is owns and eon
trolled by a company whose sole object is
to obtain wealth and power, regardless of
the wishes of the people and the best In
terests of Montana. In creaking of the
pretended friendship iffere4 by the mana
per of the Anaconda company for the wage
worker, he said no one knows better than
lbe wage workers themselves that Marsus
Daly was the first man in Montasa to sea
gest the redaetion of miners' wares at
Bali.; that later he sreeeded in establish.
tog a lower schedale of wages for all men
about his works.
Mr. Carter said he could not believe men
who condemned corporation role at Home
stead and Pullman could be prevailed on
to carport Anaconda, where conditions
were aaneet identical with those at Pall
man and Homestead. Mr. Certer closed
with am eloquent appeal to toe people of
L vingmton to register their disapproval of
corporation rule on election day.
BIG NEFTIWO AT BILLINGS.
bhe leeple Applaud Lette and A' ameut
en the Cap'tal Question.
tipeelal to The Independent
liILINGS. (ot. 13.-Tbe Helena.for-the.
eapital viaitors arrivel in this city at 10:90
o'clock and were baey the greater part of
the day In viewing the maniy pisace of in
terest that are to be seen here. In the
evening one of the biggest and moat enthu
miastsi meetings this city has ever witnessed
was held in the court boase. It wee opened
by Judes Geo. R. Milbarn, who addressed
thl vast ocaciurse of teople in a few well
chosen words in regard to the vital
questioe. He was followed by Hen. 0. C.
Newman, who stated that this was not a
laughing matter and could not be decided
by a few stereoutleon pictures and some ef
last year's jokes, but was a question that
concerned every eltizen In the state of Mon
tana. He further stated that Helena was
was not in this raoe for the purpose of buy.
log votes. Ihe could net it she weuld, and
would not if she could.
Mr. Newman was followed by Judge J.
M. C('sment4 who poured forth a volume of
solid truths which wee undeniable and
which showed tonelaeively that Helena was
the proper place for the capital of the state.
Judge W. E. Cullen then cooke and pre
sented a list of statements that were un
sutwerable, as they eontained the court
records and were certainly offUial. The
judge further stated that it would be im
possible for him to wear an Anaconda
budgi as he thought everf honest man
wonid look at it and wonder how meek he
was paid for his vote, or how much he
wanted for it.
Tlhe eplendi I organization known as the
lin!na Mandolin club, under the direction
tf l'if. C. M. Arnold, gave us a splendid
tr at to their rendition of excellent music
and brought forth rounds of applause
frn m the vast anileice. lTat uz it
altogether the meeting wae a graud sac
cers and one that will not be forgotten
when the sixth of November rolls around,
at which time we hi';: to give to the Queen
ci,. 1hele*na, oma of the lasrett majorities
it us obeen our lot to bestow upon any is
oi-, for we recogni the enoleuin troth that
. 'te cast for Hlelena a vaoe oeast for
4liniugs and her laterusts, and it would be
lier iunnonfel for no to cost a single vote
,r aw swall village like the ono owned by
t!. Anaconda Mininu company, because it
on-1 Aertaiuil not do us nor iiny oihe S
ts thire dulritly iutercst.I any blood
.1.ii * II t. fues. Iteas1 .r 1 w u Y .
* ~e at Tu e IanIgi' n Int.
.'i'M ti I lot. 13.- In. Anuoýuda pen
hot ths Opera houes this eveolnw. lug
*na ine Ila .m filled to tis doors. " Inrrjs
tuuber of woman astu obillrru being preim
*t 'lbs msetlun Was opens I vitha magic
the alee clntb. 'l Iey received the mm
tvof applause of the vt utuw. I0", first
,, refer was Joslre II..Wu.f, and bid in
usaikS wOer about tbs same as he bias
rendered at other places, eacepting Ia n om
inarenese he got milel.
Neat earne J. It 1 ooln, who took it U,'on
himself to ro.mtre'iiet the statements of
J a ig Cullen. lie* robably thought be
convinced the people that Mr. Calien was
away off the treek, and soneluded by ask
ing the people to vote for Anaconda on the
f1th of November. The (ile* slab again en.
tertaimed the sedienee with sore *zeellent
recsio. after which the chairman intlo
daced Major Came. The major anised
the people all sight, hut his remarke ear
rind no weight, and made more friends for
Helens than they did for Anaconda.
The meeting wan a large one but no more
enthusicatic than the one addreeeed by tie
Helena gentlemen last week. Flelena bae
many friends in this vicinity who will look
after her interests In this great rontimt.
For merely making the rewsakes 'Come
and driuk something on Helens." two
bartenders employed at the Centennial
saloon were to-lay discharged.
ANACONDA HAS TU3M ALL
I And Is Not Disposed to Give i.eleas a
Siperial to The Independent.
1 lirrir, Oct. 13. - No further negotiations
I passed between the espitil eomomitteee to
day and both have left town. Ihe popa
I list and democratic county eentral commit
* tees here passed resolutions to-day object
a Ins to any of their judges bling removed
e on account of any casital soatea. The
- Ittte later-Mountain also objeete.
r A splendid meeting was held Is Union
o hall, Parrott earner. to-night, In the inter
etst of Helena for the capital. No band or
I bonfire ealled out the crowd. yet the place
a was flled to overflowing, mostly with em
ir ployee of the Parrott and the Batte &
g Boston compeanies. Cel. handers and WE.
Wallase. Jr., spoke and were listened to
elosely. It was one of the most snthbsias
tio meetings ever held In Butte.
DR. C0OPEk'S BUSY TRIP.
After Taking to the Coast He eieturs to
Sgelena to Ireaeb.
Rev. Dr. Thomas Cooper, of Plymouth,
Eng.. will to-day preseb his rist sermon io
the Congregational ehareb sines takitg
charge. minee least here Dr. Ceooe has
been doing a crest deal of rajid traveling.
He started from Holess for the comet oa
Wednesday. Sept. 26i, arriving in Ta'eoma
the following afternoon. He presaebed in
the First Congregational abareh. Tacoma,
on Buaday. Betl. 80. and ueetared on Ham.
let in the same chureb Wednesday evenla1e.
(Got 3. On easb occasion the hkerch was
crowded to the doors. Os Sanday morning.
Oct, 7, Dr. Cooper prsaebed at the
First Congregational chureh, Portland, and
took part to the evening service the ssme
day in the First Preebyterian churob.
Monday. Oct. 8, the doctor attended the
salted session ef the Oregon sad Washing
ton synod. of the Presbyteuiam charcb,
held in Portland. being iatrodneed by the
moderator and heartily we coned by the
ministers and delegates. By iavitatien the
doctor also gave the address em "The
Goldance of the Holy hpirit at the Devo*
tional Hour of the Syned." The address
wae spokea of as thosghtful, beautiful and
While ia Tacoma the doetor gave stir
rimg address to 400 pupils of the Tacema
high school. He spent two days at Oceta.
and was hospitably entertained at West
port beseh on the Paeflo. by the well
known Colonel Houstis.
Retaining on l horaday last to "aeoma
the doctor in the ventala addressed a
crowded meeting at the Congregatioaal
church and theu took the late train for
Dr. Cooper is amazed at the fertility aad
wonderful resoarces of the great north.
west. Ever where he has been cordially
and even enthusiastlcally receuved, and the
press speaks in high praise of his variej
and winsome eloquense.
FIRST IN THE MARKET.
The Midway tMe Perk Teaderlels and
spare Rib. Coming.
The first shipment of pork tenderlelns
and pork spare ribs to this seettom will ar
riv a Helena on Tuesday morning. The
shipment is large, but as there is always a
great demand for these delleseles, those
wislhag to seare any sbhold leave their
orders at the Midway Cash Market on
Moaday morning. The Midway ie the firt
to ilsae these great diases withia the resek
of lovers of good esatin. The Midway ear
rise the ehoteest sad freshest ot all kinds
of meats at all times, and delivers orders
promptly to buyers. l)oa't forget the
place- the Midway, meat to the poetomoe,
John L. Henry is rejoloiig to the arrival
of a son i the family.
C. P. Blakely. r. colver of the land once
at Boaemen, is to town.
Hev. T. V. Moore has gone te Batts to
attend the Presbyterian synod.
Fred Fiermaa has gone east to perohans
a stook of dry goods tor Weinstein.
Richard Loekey returned yesterday from
a trip to the eastern part of the state.
Ex-Senator T. P. Collen. of Gleadiv., Is
in the utty and is stopping at The Melens.
hir. t chbin retuained home yesterday and
oea now be funad as ble moce over Hole's
Hugh (hillian, who went to Euseka
14p'ings, Ark., for bis health, writes that he
is greatly improved.
(ieorge W. lrwis. mineral land commis
stker, to ii the oily and eclled on Uov.
avidl Marks, secreta'y of the durn
cratis state outral committee, came over
fr, tat l a ,eatardav.
Mine Annie Rieinig returned vesterday e
fronm liser Lodge, where sei. has been visit
ing for the past tbiee weeks.
lion. 'Iboues 11. Carter left peeterday '
for the 'ieblowetoan valley, where be wit I
eLeak on the eapital question. "
Mr. and Mrs. F. Moladdea, Mrs. A. 1). v
ºowler, ind Mr. and Mr.. Maiiuel Neseon o
have taken rooms in the tievert he blook.
tiny Mt. John Story. ricentilv of the (Ca
boin ti rpra comnpany, now % osthern la'.
rt'c agent n Itimint, wis itn the city le*
Mia ElIs I . Klowles telenrbeid torn e
Mall Lake yesterday r-y uanoh imS
proved to day. Heart trouble hetter. No
Syphoad now "
Albert E. Ianes, of lirlene. r nd Mie
411o I. W lite, of slIver, were me ried as l
the turse uf tie rinde'. ulireote in Wedres
day last by Hie, It. L. liruc..
Miss Marie ilerlinhan it Nan'l Walter J ti
liradahaw leave So-day for Nat (. Mifr's
rnich in the Miuelshell. 'Iheo. i.
htemiauchmidt, broth~ ' Mase h on- C
schmiidt, will join them uelmSly.
James Hogan, the Montana tember of V
the dlr'ectoy of the Amerloan lallway h
nuion, is in the elty. having int retioned !
from (lhicago. Mr. Ilogan, with other
oiicere of the ation, was rrrently tried to
Shicago for contempt of cool in cunnco.
Sloi with the tll tailroad strike. lb.e
mutr reserved its dectiaon. so as not to 5
pr.jiidioe the other oase In whoi i the oft1
.co ars. charged with conupiracy. hor a
in ii with so uonch legal businese on hand
Mi. Hugan looks very happy ant eon
JSOAL NAHAONEA THICK
fried to Keep the People of Sand
Coulee and Belt From Helena
But They Aesmerted Their Manhood
and Exhibited the True Amer
.listenel itespecifrlly to Helena OrSators
Eret Malls a eeple shnt Oat of
ilheir Opera house.
FPleal I., The Indooend*en.
(SkEAT AT I.I, Oct. IA. - Meson. Craven,
Liaginnms, Fort and (imlasgher. have re
to nod from Mand Conli. and ailt., where
they hall rrasing meetings ia favor of
lletena-for-the-empttal, and resolved most
enthoslastle greetlage from these planes*
which were clalmed for Asseonda.
At Hand Cools. the speakers were rs
cenved by the loal flelenasfor-the-capital
slob with two bands, playing altoneaite
during a toreblight prooesseon. The party
wereeseortsd to the ball. wh'sb was already
orowded ao that mat more thea halt of
those who were marebhig could get to.
liHs. Chas. Dockray presided. Mr. Craven
spoke for three-quarters of an hour, In a
logical, clear and conyleinsg arguaset.
Then Major Magsinns took the Boor and
for an bour kept the audisaee in a continu
ous round of sheers. which dampened the
ardor of the raid Amasseada boomers who
werte sliaing around.
At Bielt ast night a similar muetleg was
held. Thor wee teld hues that Shields
controlled that eamph and would vote it
solid for Anaoonda. It he ever had such a
dream, he awoke to bhi mistake. One of
the musty devices of Anaconda to prevent
fIree dlacoueton was reso'tel to bhe. A
ftree supper and dames, with bran band at
Sethment, wa hastily !sprovled to inter.
tars with the meeting. It would not wo~k.
The voters deserted the Anaconda
boar diag house and rushed down to the
ball. The band marched down to bring
them back, but only swelled the audiesee
of the Helena gentlemes.
I be meeting was of the same sharaeter as
that at band Culae. Responsive. oath*s..
aetle, and fall of fight, and reeleteess to
corporation control. Mr. Dowey, the rea.ls
trasion agent. preeided and introdaed the
spoakers in neat aad telling spsoohee. Tbe
audience were in fall sympathy, and even
the Anaconda badge wearer jorsed un
willingly in the applause an the speokems
eloquently pleaded the cause of free mps
In a frne state. agansat the eastrel of a
grasping corperation whose motive foun4s
exemplllcation eves is local tyrassy and
greed in their own yenng town.
The tide beh turned in Casged. sad the
heleas boom to swelliag every day.
Mesr. Ford. Gallagher sad others are
wo aking with seal sad deserve all eraoit.
AGAIN AlUT OUT.
Great Fauls Peepte Can't aoe Their Opage
Special to Th. Indvepedent.
GuanT FIna, Oet. 13.-Agal the store.
room ta the Murphy. Maessy & Ca's buildi
Ing was crowded by en earnest throng of
sober and fair mi.ded oIlstans of t*eat
Fells to listen to argumeats in faeer of
Helemsaforthe-Capitat. unaided by any
oatabpeany manio leantra show or cbhep
talk of alleged humorist. Has. A P. Ford,
in opealag the meetUsg. dealed that at ear
had the overa bona. bees obtainable by the
Helena committee. as was falaely stated by
the Tribune. He followed this with a eea*
denied statement of the situation In the
Pap. a throughout the state parbhaaed
by Anseande mesy bad aet advanoed a
single argument why she shoald bate the
oapital. bet devoted themselves to attempt
Isg to throw dust in the aeye of eitiseas.
It ia a contest of the state agetast a e*r
poratloa whleb. profeastag to be demo
cratlo, bad sent a republloan to the Masts.
defeated T. K. Coliias, dameeratlio eadi
date for governor, Gad Smally had audsa.
iously helhbed nine a majority of thirty.
ivo. At Belt the evening before it had
arrasged a fre. dance and free lash and
pressmably free ber bt keep voters from
listesing to Helena argumenta. The result
bsd been that the ball could net hold 1tio e
who erowdod to best Major Magianls and
other Helenaspeakerst ilmilar taetlos bad
been resorted t* at Band Cosil., with simi
lar effeet -as Imereaes of vote. for Heenae.
Chat man Ford's speeb wae warmly ap.
(eorge U. Bourquln. belag Iatwedaed as
the first speaker., proceeded to seore.a roin
at the start by saying the time spoken of to
Revelatron bad some--"The Ilea and the
lamb It. down together." Politice we a
dropped for a mior imsortant considers
tlon. David was in the field and the it, a
and the lamb combined In melf. preservation
against him. 11n warned the audience that
the remult of this eleetion was practically
Irrevurable, and hence they most eneside-.
lHe reviewed the pointe In which felena
was saie tor to It. oppolent. and eonetd
ered the mnatter from a Moatana, not a
Helene. point of view. In eooeeatblltty it
wea thea es of all the prilestral limes of
travel throegh the steal. Railway liees
emanated frice It as the spokes from a hub.
while Anaconda was the jumping of place
of two branch lines' the antimale thule of
Montana. Anaconda is not a railway oun
ter, t-nt a dead center when the smelter ie
1 be epeaker compared the two cities in
churches and soboane. when a boozy Ana.
sonda booster in the audience called oct.
"1 at good are they?" 'h lie speaker re
plied, "A man who does not eupreciate the
worth or schools to a community has not
entiltcent interig'nice to argue with." and
the audience applauded and there we.e
mnosi yells of "put him out!"
In refEr.nse to the building of a refinery
at (I eat bI'le by the Anaconda comrice,.
the latter had taken the city onto a hibh
plies and polcting to iMagtnary, mighty
buildings, had promised them if Oreat
Falls would but fall dowu and worship, but
Irract halls had the sense to det*es the
fallacy. hieurquin continued In ms seal
thette presentatten of the two etlAes, hold
ing the attentlen of the sadleme* to the
C. It. Nolan followed in speeeb fell of
humor and eloquence. he .zpoeed mesy
of the contemptible artlibes made uns el