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stow oa Out of one ad the
* weat kinds of tamns we
ispim at emarkabIy low
Thls fn nickel plated
w1it a wbita ablna sbade
$12.35.
b~w tke "am stock at gm.
d Dandles ever brought to
V. eling aotars-aeatw
Itkdos 30o.
Apino sornm " to SLIB per box.
Slinkss qs. 2 doe do*r 50
r º Iemosm 20o per down,
@wr frolts sold on same scal.
: tG~ or ratom
SKREINER'S*..
ment Store
For a to$-piece decorated
Dinner Set, English Semi
Porcelain, two colors.
$1.oo
For a pretty Cut Glass
Oil Cruet.
1.e50
For Berry Bowl and i2
Saucers.
Jardiniers, Assorted
Tints and Gold Stippled
*2 To $4
EACH.
Admirers of pretty
China should not fail to
see our line.
Finest line of Lamps
ever displayed in Helena
ROGERS ..
SILVERWARE.
J. EDWARDS,
- ' Park Avenue,
4M R se sar.
AKi ?A AAsE1.
A61AVE USTION.
nw the tookenw Can ek Net Protested
a Sem the Ravages at Wolves end
Coyotes.
C-
A OUNrTY LAW I # PROP e,
It WM Prsented to the Comktg Legisla
atwo by Representtivet From the
Cow Counties.
During the last campaign the burn
Ing question in the cow countles of the
state, am they are called, ws the mat
ter of a bounty on wolves and other
stock destroying animals, and a bounty
1-W' to encourage the extermination of
these pests of prey is one of the chief
subjects that will engage the attention
of the lawmakers at Helena at thisu
coming session, snyn the Stock Growers'
Journal. During the few years of In
ability of the state to pay the present
bounty the pests have Increased to
such an extent as to seriously menace
the live stock Industry and something
must be done. The loss in young stock
each year Is said to run as high as 26
per cent., and while all agree that
something must be done, the question
what to do I. the one which has to be
solved by the legislature that meets in
January. It Is the duty of the stock
men. who are virtually interested, to
decide what they think is the best plan
to adopt, and then by systematic work
to endeavor to get a satisfactorg law.
which will receive the governor's sig
nature, through the legislature.
From the mining countles there will
be a strong opposition to any appropri
ations from the general fund for
bounty purposes. Though the argu
ment can be made that the live stook
and farming lnterests pay the taxes
while the mlnlng ltterests escape that
burden, it will have little avail as long
as those Interests have the votes of the
legislature. The live stock men and
farmers "'et the worst of It" but they
have to take It.
There has been some speculation as
to the kind of a bill that could be got
through the legislature, and one has
been submitted which is to be intro.
duced before the legislatures of Mon
tana, Wyoming, North and South Da
kota, this winter, after suglestliona cor
rections, annotations and advis of
stockmen has been received.
The bill was prepared, in the rough,
by R. M. Allen, nmnager of the Stand
ard Cattle company, who has through
his interest in the matter,started the ball
to rolling. Cattlemen and farmers are
asked to make any changes or sugges
tions so that the bill when formed for
presentation to the legislatures of the
states interested, may be found to be
uniform in working through the largest
possible area of country, and satisfac
tory to the Interests affected.
The bill provides that for the pur
pose of encouraging the destruction of
coyotes, gray and black wolves and
mountain lions, In the state of Mon
tana, the boards of commissioners of
the various counties are authoriaed and
requested to make payment from a
fund to be raised by special levy, fot
each coyote killed. 81; for each gray or
black wolf killed, $8, tnd for each
mountain lion killed, $6. The fund
from which the sums mentionel shall
be paid as bounty shall be created and
raised by a special levy of ten mills.
which shall be laid upon the total val
uation of sheep and cattle. It is In
tended, and must be so understood, that
this special levy shall be laid In ad
dliton to the levy for state and general
county purposes. The above mentioned
speeial levy shall be collected for the
first time upon the assessment for the
year 1895, and no certificates or war
rants issued previous to Jan. 1, 189.,
shall be paid from the fund raised by
the state levy. After Jan. 1, 1894, the
bounty on coyotes, wolves and moun
tain lions killed shall be paid from the
said fund; and in case the said fund
shall become exhausted before a new
tax for the following year shall apply,
the certificates or warrants shall be
paid from the tax of each succeeding
year, as soon as the tax has been col
lected.
A few suggestions have been made by
stockmen who have read the bill which
will be given to assist those in con
sidering the matter who feel so dis
posed.
First-Leave the present bounty law
standing as it is, but have an appropri
ation made to pay warrants issued un
der It. Then have enacted the above
law, or one similar to It, to be In effect
anl o.prtliv\'e at the same time.
Secuold.'"he bill suggested is ambig
uous. as it does not provide an author
ity to mantk the levy. The power should
be. reposed In either the board of county
c(-ormisiIoners of each county, or in the
state board.
Thlrd-Therie should not be such a
difference .etwelen the bounties of coy.
otes and wolves. The wild cat could
well I' cut out and the money go on
to the" bounty of coyotes.
Now is the time for the stockmen and
falrmrM to formulate their Ideas and
get the-m into such shape that a united
and consistent light may he made for
Ia m.aslurc ~f prrtectiln that is du(
sucih litrg, g interests. Everybody who If
In t it mlinr is lnt.restedl in the passagr
of such I law and the miner's wife Il
Inl.tre.stel In it if she has ally chick
Sore Throat.
Fcir a Qor. throt there is nothing bet
t,.r than :a liann*l bLndagK, demp.nrsd
ith t'humb'hrlauu' lyrain iHalm. It will
nI .rl*, liwva -.-fiTL t - I n Bur I II (0n i
ni:Ii :: tnim,. 'l'Th:" rtmrn.dy t1 also a
f.,,nit,. for rhimianti.nm a.l hat cured
nloil:vy '. :. r' " . ,4. ,O:-cent but
tlc9 fur. alp ev b l ll allun ist:.
"Excursion Tickets to California."
Tai" the short andl by twenly-four
hour:; the nqilk.:+t ro.nlo to California.
I::"gant I'l!InI n Ipa~la e and touri..t
',.",,( ls Th. dnliin. car route. Th
I tioin 'artflet ha;" plaii l on tale daily
tu kels fIront l'l il'rltn to Cullfornlia points,
limt li to sixty uiny going with privilege
of rit.lrnlin any time within six months,
goord for mlop-ove'r. at following rates:
T', Han P'run istco. going via Ogden and
returnullll san route,. $75.
To Hanll FIran:etI'o, going via Ogden ant
r,.tuiriing via Portland, and vice versa,
To' San Francisco, going via Portland
antl returning saent route, 375.
To oIs Angeles. going via Ogdi*n anli
SaRranmento, and returning via Ran l"'lanl
cilco and Ogden. or vice versa. t19.
To los Angel'+s. going via Ugden and
San Francln o, returning via Ban Fran
cpllo and Ogden, $93.
To Los Aingeles. going via Portland and
returnlling via ltacramlllnto, or vice versa,
't'hrough sleeping car resPrvations and
further Information run be had by aill
Ing on or addressing 30 North Mainnstreet,
Helena. II. O. Wilson,
Freight and Passenger Agelnt
fluy your Christmas presents at the
Bee llive and save 25 per cent.
Special salo of albums at the Bee
Hive this _¶eek.
Money to Loan.
I have on hand several small
amounts, $300 to $1.500, to loan
on good real estate security, one
to three years. Can also furnish loans
of $2.600 and tpwards on short notice,
three to five years. Jas. M. Tucker.
Hi#pm 9t 4 h In LMT fiw.-Loi V. U kw
.6 CIrnC'f5 Sla J UD.
Land Agent Hitkman Talks of the Agieaul
tural College Grant.
"For oeveral months," said State Land
Agent It. O. Hickman to an Independent
reporter. "criticisms have been made by
parties who reside at Loseman and in that
vklnlty, and who should be better in
ftrmed, that the state beard of land
commmisalonere had located the agricul
tural land In the Gaillatin valley near
where the college of Agriculture and Me
ch[,ino Arts is located, and placed them
to the account of the grants for public
butildings and the state normal school,
and had gone of" a cotnslderable distance
to select lands to fill the agricultural col
loeg grlant, greatly to the detriment of
that institution.
"For the information of these partles,
andI all others not knowing the facts.,
will state that In September and October,
1i12. or several months prior to the loca
tion of the college at 1Bozeman, the Hon.
Giranville Stuart, then acting as state land
agent, visited Beaverhead. G4lUMla and
Madlson counties and selected about
everything he cosldered desirable. He re
ported the same to Gov. Toole, then pres
Ident of the board of land commislonerse,
and the land so selected was by the board
apportioned to the several different
grants.
"if It happened that the Agricultural
college did not receive its full share of the
agricultural lands of Gallatin county,
neither the preent nor the former board
of land commissioners, nor anyone con
nected therewith are to blame, for, as
you know, the college was not loeated an
t11 a number of months after the lands in
question had been selected. Had the lands
in (Gallatt county bees credited to the
Agricultural college grant, and the col
lege Itself been located at Missoula, OG.at
Fallm. Billings or Miles City, the same
critletsm could have been made."
JOTTINGS ABOUT TOWN.
The funeral of Wallace W. Brown takes
place at,St. Peter's Episcopal church this
morning at 11 o'clock.
Thls is the last day that notices to avoi4
forfeiture or notties to hold and work
mining claims, both of which have the
same Intent, may be iled.
The express companies and the post
office did an unusually large holiday burs
nees this season. There are still a few
Christmas packages coming nto town, but
the rush is over; in fact, the holiday
business for Il was practically ended
the day after Christmas.
The Broadwater club's grand ball takes
place to-night at Winston. The club has
prepared very elaborate programmes in
blue and gold. There are twenty-three
numbers on the list of dances. This ball
opens the campaign in the interest of the
proposed Broadwater county.
The Young People's Soclety of Christian
Endeavor of the First Presbyterian church
will hold a sunrise prayer meeting New
Year's morning at 7:m sharp. All are
cordially invited. The young peoples so
clettes of this city will endeavor to at
tend and help make the meeting a suo
cess.
The ladles of the Central W. C. T. '.
hope their friends will not delay their con
tributions to the box for the prisoners at
Deer Lodge, as they desire to forward it
this holiday week. The men are very
grateful for the reading matter sent to
them as they have but little current lit
erature furnished them, no ordinary news
papers, and little employment to pass
away the time which indeed seems long.
Thos. Cruse, quite recently, got returns
from thirty-Ave head of cattle sold in
Omaha. As he had made no shipment of
beef cattle this season he was at a loss
to understand the matter. The only plaus
able solution was that some one had sto
len some of his cattle, but had become
frightened and failed to collect for them
after selling them; and that the money
had beeen sent to the owner of the stock's
brand.
The alleged unlawful sale of opiates by
city druggists was a matter discussed
by the city council Saturday night. One
alderman said It was a well known fact
that morphine fiends could get their
"dope" easily without physicians prescrip
tions as long as they had the money to
pay for it. He alluded to the state statutes
which makes it unlawful to sell morphine
or similar drugs without a physician's
order, and said that the lew relating to
this evil ought to be enforced.
The Helena school teachers who attend
ed the annual meeting of the state teach
ers' association held at Livingston, have
returned. They all report having had a
pleasant and profitablh trip. Helena was
well represented at the meeting. The fol
lowing teachers came in from Livingston
on Saturday: Meadames Carpenter, How
ey, Giles. DeCamp and Cummings; Misses
Shafter, Olds. Allison, MlugnPss. lradley,
Rchinson, Gertrude Iteifenrath and M. A.
Itelfenrath; Messrs. E. A. Steers I. It. G.
Young. S. A. Merritt, J. C. Templeton and
U. T. itrumble.
$7.50
For a 105-plere decorated dinner get.
$3.50 for a 12-piece decorated chamber
set. F. J. Edwards,. Park avenue.
Res flur $2 per ewr.
lest line of 25c and 60c kid body dolls
In the city can be found at the Bee Hive.
As Light as a Feather.
The latest device in the way of a
camera is the Kombl. It weighs, when
loaded with twenty-five exposures,
llabout four oulnes. It taken a pictu'e
two by one and live-,lghths inches. Sold
only by the A. i Hollter Hlardware
Boro Menthol will cure your catarrh. At
all druggists.
For Rent.
Furnlsh.cI rooms with lteam heat and
I,. h trl" light at the Lloyd house, 111
tClar ke strieet.
All thor, having Invltaldons to the man
qull rld* id 11 given by V'era H.bhekah
I.l gl No. 12, I. (). 0. I'. at the auldltorllum
'New ' ear's eve. )De(. .1I, can procure tick
s at theL Iiketr window in auditorium by
i. seintliin the in llution. 'rirkets to gal
I, ,y will alsu be on sil, at 25e each.
Sant Claus headquarters at the Bee
likve.
Awarded
Highest Honors-World's allr.
-DR
I"DIU
CREAM
BAIlING
POWER ý
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fre
from Ammonia, Alum or say other adultan
. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD,
Mmim c o I, O. E. s.
A special meting of Mhalrlanhapter,
No. 1, O. E. 8., will be held at Maeonie
Tenple o0 Monday. 31st I..;, at 9:30
o'olock a. m., for the purpose of attend
tng the funeral of our deceased brother.
Wallace W. Brown.
Member are earnestly rquested to
be prompt in ther attend e.
AMELIA HINDS(, W. M.
MATTIS 3. BOOKItR. eary.
Morning Star Lodge No. 5.
A special communicatlon of Morning
Btar lodge. No. 5.. A. F. A A. M.. will
be held at Masonli Temple, onrMonday,
ltst Itmt., at 10:30 o'rkok a. m.. for the
purpose ot attending the 5eral of our
deceased brother. Walla W. Brown.
leter klodges and sojourming brcthren
are cordially atnveitl o awend
JOHN A. WELt ME. W. M.
JO0. J. HINDMON, Bcr.etary.
Nal ebaina and switches made to order
by Mrs. . Miller, 23 Broadway.
Babcock's
SXMAS'
FURS
seal Gatmemla, Fur Costa. Huffs, Capeu.
Neatera P Ic.a. Zarget Itock. Head
qwna. tw oPe of lII kIod&
E.A.aOOK''.
Masquerade
SUITS.
A11 kinds
A large asUort
meet.
Mrs. Wlrth
aoAoDWAr.
Shorthand,
Typewritlng, Etc.
Evala, B.ho opeO Memd.y. Moveyabur Il
7-P. M. I Waid i7 UBq Jiloek. COl aor
add.. MAYlI L Ma4MAN. PRimelm.
CASH
10WLESSTORE,
107 N. MAIN ST.
Jan. I to Io
WE WILL
INAUGURATE A- +
QRAND
GLEARANGE
...SALE...
When you will be able to pur
chase more goods for the money
than was ever offered you be
fore as we propose to
REDUCE OUR STOCK
To make room for spring goods,
and YOU KNOW that WE
KNOW how to do it.
On and after Jan. I our store
will close at 6 p. m. except Sat
urd ays.
.. ATTENTION ..
Annual Ball
- OF -
CAPITAL LODGE NO. 2
- AT THE -
Auditorium
IEW (EARS NIGHT, JAl. 1, 1111.
The grandest event of the season. Malny
valuable prises will be distributed. A
cordial welcome to all memlbers from out
side towns.
TICKETS $1.00 admitting gentleman and
ladles.
CHASi'S PU.E
BARLEY MALT
WHISKY.
Endorse Thle Iest Eminent
Physlelsas sa Chemlst as a V•al
able and Reliable Remedy for all
I.UNG TROUBLE, DYi'EPHI'A,
MALARIA and FEEBLENENS.
.t Perfect Tonea and an Ab.olutel,
1'P'RE STIMULANT.
OPPENHEIMER & ASCH
Erle Apat te r Meaten. nIless Most
GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL
Central Ave., and Fifth St.,
GREAT FALLS, - MONT.
First bf Wit All Moiera movemels
Brick building with large elegant
rooms. First cluiss aCcommoda
tions to commercial travelers and
the traveling public in general. We
solicit a share of your patronage.
RATES: $2.00 per day.
ARCHIE McDONALD,
Proprietor.
L. P. FISHER'S
?EW5PAPnR
ADVERSISING AGENCY
21 MERCHAMTS' EXCHANGE
SAN FRANCI CO.
Loe & Bro.
35
S. Main S. Main
A HAPPY
NEW YEAR
TOONEANDALL
And with it comes the good
tidings that we have comr
menced our
Clearance Sale
Of all our WINTER GOODS,
SILK HANDKLRCHIEF8,
MUFFLERS.,' Etc., which
means goods at Eastern
wbolosale prices.
Make haste, call early or
you won' tget any of the good
things.
LOEB £ BRO.
35 S. Main.
THE ONLY OAmN OLOTHIE/R
INNL ,LNA.A
HOALtYUQ
S" PR _ "4 ttR ii
WATCHES, DIAMONDS,
S-- JEWELRY.
Silverware, Novelttes, Opera Olasses, Cutlery, Csar.na C6Iettees
Hair and Mat Ornaments.
Bo nune and look over our stock beore maki"g your Holiday PurothassI
C. B. Jacquemin & Co.
.,i,._ 27 S. Main St., Helena.
If You Want to Make
Her Happy Buy
Her a....
ETo bake, to roast, to brest. to toast, to bell
to stew, for many or few;
To last, to plees, to work with ear, to
lessm ear, give bettor tare;
T6 save food, to die a better UaSm, to Osa
worry and avoid bhurry;
To give pleaty of water, s aee ak It
ter, to are time, thoe beat the rh
And buy the greatest of a8, and only /te
allesable Iro tm angh, the
MAJESTIC
After usag, stop abusgla the man t
made the east Iron storve
-- MAJESTIC -
We give a Fine $zo Washing Machine with every MIAJESTI..
sold before New Year.
Granite Blook. STURROCK & PREUITT.
t? Nichown & t, Ltd.
N. Nicholas n &i C.., Ltd.
" FL
GE MS GEMS !.
Full line of Fine Montana Sappbhres and all kinds of preoious
stones. A large assortment o: Agate novelties. Bapphire cuttni
at the lowest prices.
Helena Lapidary (o., Power Block. Take Elevator.
GILGIRIST BROS.
--- DEALERS IN--
Lbrumber, Sash, Doors, Etc
hMi:l. Woz"] of All .Kin.e.
Sole Agents For Rocky Fork Coal.
=-== CORD WOOD.--
ClIt OflICEs GRAND ClNTSAL CIBS& 6 Ea T PELrPIONU NO. 18.
STEELE, HINDSON & CO.,
-JOBaBE. Oa-
Hay, Grain, Flour, Feed, Rolled Oats, Corn Meal and Potatoes
WROLaaAL1 £A.OTS FOR TUB OC.tlSTED
ROYAL BANNER, CROWN AND MONTANA BELLE FLOUR
Telep.oane o. 1W--lme U Be Storese Facdillt La the atI.-132. i3oumms ub
The Ploneer Fruit House of Montana. Established 1I83.
LINDSAY & GO.
Wholesale Fruits, Produce and Seeds
HELENA, MONTANA.
For the coming Holidhy trade we will havy the following goods
In car lots, viz: Sweet Potatoes, York State Sweet Older. New orop
Sicily Lemons, Catawba Grapes. Fresh Eggs, Florida Oranges. Jersey
Cranberries, Bellflower Apples and numerous other varieties of apples
Our stock of Candles. Nuts and Chewing Gums is largo and well
selected, and we ask retailers throughout the State to send for our
price list of same Utah Alfalfa Seed and Montana Timothy Seed tu
round lots at low prices.
BRING IN YOUR
ART PORTFOLIOS
And have them bound.
Prices from $1.00 to $.O00
per set.
General Bookbinding and Ruling.
C. B. LEBKICHER
THIS PAPER
Is kepO on ile at !. C. DAKM'I Advertis.
tong lAgency. 6 and S Metrobants Ex
chaenle, an Francesco, CAL.. where coan.
tracts for agverts.a ea be seae ler It
MONTANA UNIVERSITY
University Place. Near HelenL
F. P. TOWEl L M,, L - 0,

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