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The New York Ban publishes an inter
etiag artcle e .nerenling the lSggsina of
Puesi girl In Eagland. It is founded on
a story from London Rta.t, entltled "Mrs.
WalteHr lith, the Girl Ploager," and is
the result of investigatiomn by Henry
abo.tr.re. (:oman enting on the story
the unm say.:
"nglishl people are proverbially more
tern and severe in the management of
ebildree than Americans. Eaglish
mothers whip their datgshters up to an
ae of the girl wbich is simply unheard
oe across the water. Birch in the boudoir
s a coarnaon thing, and it ls invariable
applied to that part of the body which is
associated in the United States with the
terma 'spanking.' There exlsts at
least one regular whippinl booth
where girls are bht.hed at a
fized sum per wblipping. Girls, it
seesms, are floagged ber, too, for physical
and mental dieases, and the whole idea
f hirchingl irls is Ibrought down to a
arlen... UInquestionahly theer are many
other institutions of the like character.
Mr. Labouchere denounses Mrs. tNmith's
Institution as a public outrage, and calls
for its suppression hy the authorities. It
Is impossible to read his article without
thiking that he hints at inlnitelly graver
.imes thian those he dcarr.es."
The substance of Lahoucher's story is
that his attention was called to the adver
ti.eameate of a woman offering to l.g
unruly girls, and be endeavored to enter
lnto correspondence with her. She prob.
ably susperte. thse hook, for lshe lid not
rise to the fly. Antother dkl, however.
iShe advertised in the T.sem as follows:
Intractable girls trained and educated.
KEcelle+t referesaces. "Hints onl man
agenrmet of childrenl" "Training of elikl.
ren" and "The RId." tis each. °Aiice
bt letter. I.. Addrees Mrs. Walter. CUlit
A ady war. induced to write to Mrs.
Waher may in ae had am intractabe
aiece. whbom n wished broken in. and
t.muetin that the advortimer emsed pmant
and ketter of advkic. They came Ia
time. The letter ma)':
'"DAS MAIAM: I am prepared to take
another girl at any time. and to offer her
a comfortable ad re lined home., with
eduhcatiaeal advamntta'. With nuchb ens
prleare, I am able to may that thoe girl
who will not work in numbers or at hone
do n whes they are taken indlivldually. I
have one girl here who has been trouble.
aen for Eve rear. yet who is mast anen
able to me and ay wishes. M
maue I. Mrs. Walter 4mitu "Waltar"
atny noa do tue. seco-d
assr t m me with t ge grsand I
have proesur rs for eausice palntin, dae
log. eat. I could take your niece [or £a1
per annumn, enterln at any time it she is
under 1) years of age at more, I amIet
lhave mome r lttle extr for holldays.
rs. arei usualll y id three onth, In ad
v e. lod please find the esplans
tla0s of r systesm.
'O. 3. WArL'r3s."
NOW THR (IIHLM ARKX 8mOK3N.
The iauIonsed explanation of tme systemn
of "Mrs. Walter" . ave the followilss
anedus operandi with ,intrectable girls:
"Unwilling as 1 Iay he to uay it, very
ofter tLem fault of the girls is merely the
.atural result of careless training.
Parents do taot always realise the fact
that unkles the giril are well occupied
ed carehfull trained at all times, nutte.
Inislcief will asrued. Polne girl, are idle
coeastitutiounally. This mlust he cured.
O)thers have a sulpermfluus aamount of
energy. This newedls to he well dieted.
W heter as lessons or play, real interest
ashould he taken no as to do it thoroughly.
It is better, if girls lhave gt troublesunre.
to make plalsua aaii tlhet comapteltely
c hanlge their systes..ll, hgisnlllllg inll new
roove. ('Ianae of eclisee in, of course,
elpfu ll lthi for frel hablits una
foruned, ald oil the return nilrrovedl conu
fort shows itself.
"My first object when a girl is pleased
with ,ne in to lshow lher kindly but frlnly.
that I must hle ilplicitly obe.yed. It is al
ways a g..nI planl to rule by sioral lasa
.lo,. i possible. When thalut has been
fairly tried arid fails. thou i is positively
neessary to us.e sense other nieans of
mlaking the girl obey.
First. I wanrl of thie oannsmeqence of re
peated faults; thel., wlhe, a direct act of
disobedieee, a lie or very eriolns fault
shows itself. I tell her tlhat renesitly I
shall punish. Never hirer. whetl anliry.
"urin tilw interval she thiinks over the
faulit I nakeL preparations. These ('con
sist in having readly a strgnlt larrow
table,. strape (walettand with sliding
straps. anklets anid wristletsl. cushkies
and a goodl loing. hliable, birch rlod, tell
ing her to prepare by retnuuvntg her dress,
etc.. and puttanag on the drelssing gown
(hind part beforel. Then I talk seriously
to her, show the nature of tme fault and
the need of punishtneuet a a cure. Next
I pet on the waistband, and havisg told
her that if ahe submit quietly tao one
need know if she struggles I must call ins
elp (gils Igenerally prefer to he quiet).
Placing her at the end of the table (on
which them are cushions to protect the
person). I turn her body over the table,
and fausen the straps underneath it. Then
I fasten the knees together, wrists the
same, unless I anticipate a struggle -thens
I use anklets and wristlets, and fasten the
lilbs to the legs of the table. This really
takes less time to do thlas to write about.
Unfaste.ilnlg thme dressismg gwn. time or
thodos surface is found at the right angle
for punishment. Taking the birch, I
Iamesure nay dilstance.ad stanllin lat tIe,
side, pmrceed to strike slowly but finrly.
f aovnwing ently forward eUIch stroke is
dLereLntly placed, said sii strokes Ilaay be
ough if well givenl with full force. If
d1e fault has hoen suchb as to Ieedl severe
ornection then I begin on the otter sicle
amd work back again. For screatns is
creased strokes muste ien. If a girl
ies very bard indeed to bear it bravely
dwa phaps I 81" b I"a emed o
" wStubboGad I untsolm lb.
bearn bpeatr M - see toem.
:=Il Ald =wcZ wi
but be soft da' to bbsa Kd e o Z = b AO"to:r
aliawls th culprit aItue time to com
pa es lf sd f drer, I expect bar to
mlm'on haet mambr i ubrivm
ntbeecbere. ad So mention of my
bee fuure walaronduct =8 ý , tw
.uv. and h. Isis not oIfen. Ditching is an
eutrdorel thing, mot ean -da
wrk, thLreform er on mawwa be take that
e operaor bban he r er serv.e and
theme far the operaS ~ other E aem
proper peran to whip gIrfl. built they
w* thenei.. nerve. &bon Is Is
betr to appoint a deputy. _
"AIfter this sarkos$ bulness is over,
,w-eh steady patises is w eeded. wa
blching ie no use whatever afa sirl is to
be petemd aSain and allowed to do jist as
she likes. The maus be under Arm, kind
discipline. None of my irls have been
nmce attacbhd to le tban those whom I
have been obliged to discipline severely.
They have great respect for those who can
easter them and who do not taunt them
with past misdeeds. One good colding
is worth nmonths of 'nagging.' Efforts at
alnesadmnant must be encouraged, and
those having the charge of girls must not
expect to rerorn girls all at olnce. 'Ronen
was not built In a day.' The old Adam
will sometimes show Iteolf, and fir check
ing his work nothing is so useful as a
tbirch rod Judiclkusly used. E. W."
Thecircular of explanation states that
"references are kindlr permitted" to the,
very Rev. Dan of Lincoln, Venerable
Archdeacon of Huntingdon, the Hosn. and
Rev. Hanblary Tracy. Frome. the Rev.
Barrad.ll nmith, the reectory, under
land: Admiral (:heethan Strode, Stoke
BishopBrlstol; Countess Rothkirk, (lien
ton; thre Rev. J. H. Dlnaerfeld. Down
House, BronmTyard, HeIremrdhire,. and
many other promuinent people. "Mrs.
Walter's" address i. given as bI Oakfield
Roami, Clifton, Bristol and her house is
called "Clifford House." She I. desrhibed
as a tall. strong woman, arrayed in the
dres of some sort of order and wearing
a medallion with the elfigy of a "Good
Shepherd" stamped upon it. As an
inducement to have the young lady
in question placed in her charge.
she saidkl that she had girls of 20 In
the house to whom a week or two previ
oasly she had administered fifteen cults
with a birch rod, and she explained that
she had a considerable number of clients
in London whose daughters she chastised.
Extracts are also given from the pam lh
let entitled "The Rod." They are as fol
.. &.....ý.rl.. t.. Ms m iAt.. e .embA m l .- L
--Meou.Iig WM UoUW wr tr.o w na r D r
elan.. flagellation is a remedy for ki
condition and lack of muscular energy.
It clearm the brain and braces the nerve.a
in short, there is nothinr it will not do
whn properly alild. The rod has been
found to cure all feigned disease. In hby
porhondriia cases it is an excellent
" To be effectual the re.d should he of
the right sart. They should he made
from two to three feet six inches long,
very thin and pliable. I gt mine from a
familV who have made them for genera.
AdJatalt-thoeral Ileagsam Pressna *Nk
Prim thta, Helena Ilntepe-tn.lat.
The adjustant-eneral of the Montana
National Guardn bas Iremented an llater.
eating report to Governor Toole. Acrord
ing to the last report there were in the
National Guard 47 officers andl b4 en
listed mesa, snaking an aggregate force of
00 nen. During the currenlt year thre
eomn anles and a reglment hand have
been mustered into .ervice. The Nation
al Guard now comprimes one regiment of
Infantry, two troops of cavalry and noe
battery of artillery. Various applications
have been received for authority to raise
new companies, from which it is
evidkent that the state would
have no difficulty n Increasing the
numbers of its guard should the law be so
modilIed as to permit the Increase. The
condition of the troops is very matisfactory
and at is hoped that the bueaslaness mpublice
will give its influence and recnrgnItions to
the militia. To encourage this the em
peer bshoukl allow the necessary time for
drill and encamnpen.at. The report says
that the camp at Fort Ellis dkl much to
famlliairie the oficer and men with the
detailas pertaining to a soklier's life, aand
that stie benefit received was fully prop
tikaate to the expenses. . 4pecial cerdi li
livets to Troop A of Helena and Compeany
SFirst Itfanstry, for manuhing to Port
Ellis and return. (relit is also givena to
the citiseasl of losentana for alaklntg the
deslrted quarters at Fort Ellis habitable.
It Is re.onrlewaelted that the state establish
a merrtUaneent camnpilg ground at Fort
Ellis. The act allowiag a per diem during
tlhe asttIal eneaslCnsn.el nts has dtoee much
to increase the elblciency of the service.
Attentionl is called to the report of Adju
tant Geltral J. C. Ke(Iteli, U. 2S. A., rmcm
Ina.nlinlg state. ellaamlalnesats aand certaill
iecrwsities ilas con.taection with them. The
cost of tle. e.calulliunatllnt at Fort Ellis to
the state wit .i),1.7lti.M. the heaviest itesnt
ilvainlg .ba,1t for iupy 4) tlhe troops. Geterall
Holulau re e.emwIntnaulds thie p)re.cllmc of all
anrmy ,ll..cer tat tlim lawxt anlluatl ettcantip
luteat to iln.pe't the anlatioaml guar.l. The*
otllial regisrlter. N. G. M., li as follows.
general na 5aquarters. at Helenaa:
His euttellesaIy. JJwIp ta. oaoe, ver
nor ansI conmnaldetkia-chief* ad jutast
en.rral. BriradAier-General S. K. Do.,las.
G_.,.ral l.. W'. Hoffmnan. 3oaunan; coin
Iaisary--gnesral. Brigatdler-Gotseral C. S.
Warrsen Butl t; ins etral, Brig
dier-Geeral J. A. Brown GlendamK, ur
veyor-gyesral. Brigadlie.-eneral s. D.
Pickman. Dillon; snuter'iag offlcer, C.l
iewl L. E. Holmos, Buktte. a; e-k-camusL
to gvternsr. ,(o'koal C. I). ('urt..
Helena:; C(oolonel A. L. Bahrock. Bil
ligns Coloneli W. F. Knitppenberter.
(;lenla;te s cklf of of lkldulnce. ('olonel
J. R. Miller. Hkelena; alistanlt inspector
lge"ral. PFir"n Lieutenant Villiasn ZEn
trow. Helena. First reginent Infanltry
with headquarters at Butte. is nmade up as
follow : Regimental staff, ol. C. P.
Lloyd. Butte( Lieuteenant ('olonel, Harry
C. esuler. Butte; Maior E. A. Kenney.
Heleal; Major H. S. Pkmlan. surlgeon.
Dillon: Captain F. R. IMuserr. asistlant
surgeon. Helena; Captain F. T. Webb.
chapllain. Helena Pirst Lieutenant B. H.
('o., adjutant, utte; First Lieutenant
F. Loeber, agiimental quartermn.ater
Butte. Com.pany A. Great Fall. 1 men;:
('ompany B. Emntmet Guard, Butte. 8.
en. (Co. C, Meager quards. Helena, 31
men ; (Co. D. Virginiat (ity. 45 men; Co. E.
Dillon. 0 men Co. F. Montana Rifle-.
Butte. 57 men:; o. G, Washington guard..
Butte.. 47 anea;: Co. , Wetb guards, Bii
lings. 34 tmen: Co. I, Missoula. 6s men;
Co. K. Anaconda. 90 men with reginmental
unattached cavalry: troop H. C(aptal
alards. Helena, 44 nu':s; trmoop B. Galltin
Valley gardsBoare. an.ll O msoen unat
ta.hed artillery, h.ettiry A. Helena. 44
m'11s. The re.opitutlation shows that
therell are an eoiInnsIWiuio offiers and 712
enllisted nen,. snaking a total of T761 I.1en.
A Jg.p a...el
A Japan~ man-of-war. recntly
Iauncbhd at Yokosuka, made 19 knot. per
bhor on the trial trip.
mdoes af a p
t a -b~La 1 w - e M .11
InPl bl E.Sean hIIh k e
hoheme a jpe use a.i pr
snd that Is the rshiesd i.
It msay te wise to ( twi hs..
eahs e b t is a silo that d eA are g.
--t aoo k s ie pbett.r 1 Me
Shu B the Lard am rd Ilma lm tlbs e
oe-w mm.e thee wasn La S LdMi
devm diel Ba r It ase ary ts pll aet
the bastelag threads.
The smat maced itlaCwe hlave Im this
world often tur out to nly va ti
It is the man who can light good asire
who Is soonest able to hire others to light
has firs for him.
The two thIngs that bornet people
never excuse usnder ay cIeusuances
are thievery and inisnsanity.
An honest man will regret that he is not
as god as a wo man, Instead at pOetlnd
inr that he is better.
hen you can inducer a man to hold
your hrse in the rain how sataral tI is to
tarry a.snnd the ArIe ao the lid.se.
(Osaly believe half of what you hear that
sreat sayl. only elieve half of what
you hear that hittle pee do.
It is a cold.a. tliny btay, but these
people who treat friendship sthe sane as
ar morother I eltshness t l st outm of it.
The symp.. t.ies o people are alwaur
with the unfortunate. beause the people
know they are so liable to be uYalftunate
A pup looks so mild d infnoest that
sowe inetims think it will turn out better
than uthers of its race, but it alwarys turas
out a dog.
You are always saying that your friends
demsert at the time you need them maost,
hut they do exactly what you have bees
doing all your life.
memetPtsmg Wree. With the musti.
During the last two or three days we
have noticed something wrong with the
nmllsic which for a long time has been ren
dered semi-ldiurnally under our wihndow,
says the Washington Pst.. It has mani
fstly proceeded ferom the sae hadl or.
gan whose half-dosen airs have hee.sne,eo
to saya househokl word with us, but it has
of late lacked that richness ef sentiment,
that delicacy of expression, and that cer
tain unspeakable something wibch in
music, as in other arts, we call feeling,
hecause we have ne word with which
to entrap and eanvey so elusive,
ro volattle an idea as this deli
cliou quality of music provokes. Hereto
tore we had mt land let this musle n-o
oane into our hobeing and intoicate as with
an overwhelming psychologie peace, but
of late it has not appealed to the sensitive
tympauna of our spiritual nature. .lsle
Ihnt has been lack ing-sonething. The
.eu 'rig of "Johnnyl, Get Your Gun,"
has hewnayonld criticism, so far as cr-
retltems is conccnwejd-we would gsot ask
to have this clarmillg tempest.. rendered
:anire correctly-but it nevertheless has
failed to touch, to thrill, to lift us, as of
your, heyoend this cIryc life; it has been
powerless to thrum those unee soul
strirngs by which we mortals here
on earth are connected with
the vast unknowable beyond. Nor
have we been able to make out why
this quality was nlissing. Yesterday, how
ever, we deteruinsed to know what was
time natter. Accordingly, when the hlad
orgawl bgan to offer up its supplicating
t ines we looked out at the window. We
had not done this for a long time. It is
expewsive. It is much chemper to sit still
and enjoy the music while sthe organist Is
reachinl the conclusion that we are not
in. Anm then, too. since as is much .ae.e
blessed to give than to receive, we have
striven to give to our esteesmed neighbor
in the u m in buildding a chance to he
-charitab; ad shis we have done hi a
wholly unostentatioas mmanner. But, as
we sny, we looked out at the wia
dow yesteeday and there we saw
dthe case of his grievocus void
in the music. Hanged if the Italian hasn't
hired a comnon Anerican laborer to
tuna the crank for bhin. This is too much.
We do not object to halg a blind beg
gar look at usthugh blue goges, an
we will tolerate the lu-yer-ol chp wh-ho
wears an mary ovelrcoat avnd says helost
his klg in the revolutlonary war. hut when
our Italian muusical artists think they can
ring in cheap amnerican laborers and
merely stand around giving their moral
support to the mulsk these laborers nake,
we may, and we may flatly, they shall not
have our sanctionu; and we give it out
here and now that we ehall never again
lok kdown fermn our window anml smele
anid say "thank you" until we recognise
once ser ke the flame Italian hand which
erstwhile wound up this organ so deftly,
A Olld-stg WerLer.
"This thing of trying to crowd bl gold
pieces oni to street car contlultori bly the
Iwoble" who hoIs to ride free Iw·eanuc time
eoanultartorn can't always give the proper
chanige rellintlds Naw how that kind of a
gniam used to be worked in early days,"
says C'aptain George H. McBride of Port
lanll to a San Franciuro A.ramsmirr nman.
'()Old Man Apphl.ate lived on the road
hwtwee, Ollregon l (ndCalifornlia in those
dlays. and Jllt for aceo.mnlodatioe he
would Iprove meals and lodgings for
smwh travelers as chanced to travl hi b
way. It was an assmayring crstm with a
certain c(laus of stock dealers who ie
.iuently went over the rod to offer a 110
shag iln Ir.aelt for a nliht's entertain
nlwnt, arid if the chane could not be
given they would mme'tthlT hfull the neat
timle thny stoped.
"O)e a•y fellow whotne Uncle Apple
gate lhad spotted offered a slug in the iusal
way. saying he was sortr. but really that
was tlwe mnallet coin hbF had about hint.
"" rm swry, too.' said the host, 'tor I
haven't a bit o chamne in the house.'
" .Oh. never minud. replied the guest.
'I'll hand it to you as I come back.'
'" "But maybe I'll never see you again.'
suggested Applegate. , wring the lhand
outstrtebhed for the eitt-corne cain.
"" Yes, you will. I'll along here in
sahout a week, said the other.
" Oh, well. in that case I'll ust ke
the slug, and when you come back Ill
have the change for ' replied the old
gentlema.n, and putting the piece in his
pncket he hado the stranger good norn
ing. with Iest wishes for a prlsperous
Jouirney and a safe return.
"" 'Tha, asan didn't try to fool with old
man Applegate any snore,."
Ta. Frsed ml ol e Car.
About the middle of the ear, says a New
York Sun man, was a lady and a boy
abhout years of age', vidently mnother
and son. The train bhad searlely moved
out of the depot before the boy began to
"cut up." running up and down the aisle
and making remarks to paseengers. The
mother called to him several times and
"James. I shall certainly tell your
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P-hamnew. we ,deo ,a is" uu.s t
.... eanMiM mene r ^rval
bhisea he bmis ft wea a th I iammo
wMleh me Tor re = was alee
riel r IrTeea ated bemb. nd I
oBW bo ie so s ehl y
Thin proetatmed the magother a Ahe be
gan to md. and had notbma fIartwU to
m--a. wle. Uo w. a.h, .pdddow
-asl-eep n a vasanteat. He ot He
cM.rblo~t. Bwer - -
YR3»n EI Yeo aM.. nha huabir I
o.re shot in reerve, ow . A h
lay dcown he c:llud out:
"ay . eoamnta,wake me up when we iet
to Tra.dna's. I wast to hear ter swear
ay take aaoil au *mps turned ar out
doo urest nucUserkUel"
The man who keeps his mouth le oed
osekore so into trouble with hia uel h
wam, anl, what in quite au important In
creases his chances of reaching old age.
Popular Price House.
An open proposition to those
that bought goods of us within
Now that you as buyers have
an opportunity of comparing
styles. qualities and prices we de
sire that a comparison be made at
once. If we have in a single in
stance charged more for any arti
cle than you can now buy the
same elsewhere, we hereby guar
antee to refund the difference,
whatever it may be. We also
agree to take back and return
money for any and all purchases
that have been made of us that
have not proven as represented
that have not come up to your ex
Nothing can be more fair than
this and it is for every buyer to
test us and look into this matter
We know it to be a matter of
fact that we are selling goods for
less profit than any house in the
It is for buyers to find out for
We have turned our entire stock
of 2oods within the last
Have sold over $S5o0ooo worth
We have an entire new stock
bought si'ce the late fire and will
press up all the advantages we
have obtained by reason of such
a large increase of business.
If you want a cloak or dress
pattern all we ask is for you as
buyers to compare our styles,
qualities and price-get samples
from other houses-get ours-take
them home with you.
We don't ask you to bring sam
ples from other houses; we want to
be fair, want you to use your own
Have our wraps sent to your
homes for comparison; we want
every buyer to see what we are
doing and what our competitors
This is the only intelligent way
of getting at facts.
With an immense stock of dry
goods, carpets, wall paper and
clothing we feel confident of being
able to serve our customers with
advantage such as cannot be over
Our stock of holiday goods is
moving rapidly. We have but a
short time to sell these goods in,
hence we miss no sales.
J. R. Boyce. Jr., & Co.
Cmw r las a Imrdwy, ktt~, est.
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Twm Varani Maeekme and 1mlb r Ceoaenratoer. Ilaeerle LI PlMas
aMeu fee Ramd Reao Drme aod Coemprases. OtAl Ulevators, Kuewle
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SHAY PATENT LOCOMOTIVES,
Vased stae. u hleet Ligh Ca. New aves Machias Tel. MYrm
L. C. TRENT, SALT LAE CITY, T
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Tyler Wire Works Double Crimped Mining Cloth.
JELL, HILL & THERRIEN,
Contractors and Builders.
Estimates Furnished on all Classes of Work.
Some of the Finest Buildings in Helena and Anaconda
Have Been Built by this Firm.
Or I it L bor jobblag t L 1. Kaib'u Haadwar Store will reolve proepm imanm. I
JELL, HILL & THERREIN.
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Announces the arrival of Two Car Loads of
Heating and Gook Stores
FOR WOOD AND COAL.
Come and see the Handsomest Line of Stoves ever shown is this
market. Don't forget to come.
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