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THEANACONDA STANDARD. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 2. 1897.
BTANPARP !M ItLlSHINU COMPANY
ruhllfher Hint Proprietor*.^Primed Kv,r^ pay In the Year.^KMrred at the postcltlcr at Anaconda ^ ^^^econd-class mail matter.
fntifcrlptlnnRate* Payable In Advance
ro'tagcIM for the I'nited Btatc*. Can^^ada and Mexico. Klsewher*
pallyand Bunday. one yearIt^ on
Pallyand Sunday, si* months UM
pallyand gnndav three monlha It.**
Iail^ and Hun.lav. mm nion'li l.M
Sunday,one year J.W
MainOMr* Siatnlaril Hull.ling, Ana^^conda trlrphonr No. t.
TheStandard haw branch office* a I^Vutlr Missoula and Ureal Kail*, where^aaVsfllelPp^ ratal will be fniniched on ap^^plication.
Allgeneral raialnraa, |r-itorn and corre.^*rondcnor should ar iddnssed la TMK^htanii.mii^ ri m.iKiiiNu company.
TheAnaconda Standard guarantee- Hf^^ d\ crtlsrrii a bona tiitr paid circulation^ItMly and Sunday, three tlmra main^than that of any other newspaper pub^^lished In Ihe idatr of Montana Advertis^^ing contrarta will be made subject to thla^guarantee.
Willhe paid for Ihe arrest an.I emulation^of any person caught stealing, the Statid-^ard froa* ^uaacrlttra.
Alltrain mwi agent, la Mnntaaa ar*^(uppllad Willi ^ afficlrnl rnplel of ^The^Anaeaada standard^ to meel Ihe de-^naad If wav raanol gel a ^Mlaadard^^an your train, kladly raport Ih* faet,^^*dl*g number of train and railroad, l^^Orealatlac liepartment. ^Th* Aaaroada^ataadard,^ Aaaeaada, Mnal.
wkpnkhpay JI nk Wl
TheOnly ^^oo^l ln^tl^n.
Till:ailing Indian commissioner^Hi Washington fears that the^ai tion nf hot-headed^ whites^Tvill |^r^^^ 11^iIhI^^ trouble In UM Cheyenne^reservation ll at high titin- Unit somo-^thing wan precipitated. When out^^rages mii h hs have In en perpetrated l^y^the i'hryenncs rlurlnn the last few^years under the practical protection nf^I iniei Mate* troop*, w hi n ^ hit** men
Mas)' lie mwl'ilelc'll iii mill lllnnil Hllil
theirthknlkinu cowardly assassins llml^a refuge under I In- strong arm nf the^government through Ml properly ap^^pointed nnirlalH. when from Ihe tacit
encouragementnf such protection these^tilth-loving, vermin-covered rut^throat* threaten the horror* nf Indian^warfare, it would lie miiiiiII wonder thin^white men should net ^hot-headed.
Muithe acting commlnalnoer. with^that iimfiMinil Ignorance nf Indian nf^fall* which seelns In lie ll i e.pill e.I^^|lialit)i atiiill fill the ofuco. Illl.s lined the
winnicterm. hiMteint nf hot headed tin^settlers have shown themselves nf vvnll-^ilirful pallenee during the last few^year*. Tn have neighbors. Ii lends or^I.millers In ai In rniislv slml in the In-^illan s iihiihI iiivvhiiIIv way In piitlcnl-^ly follow the slow progress nf Ihe law^only tn find that the assassins were^laughing at them flom utnler the pro^^tection nf the k^^v eminent In knew^that theft liv.s were fnrfeil ir eiuiuhl^ili ail tn i mills liv the le.l devils anil tn^refrain from linBllllt ies is leiininly ar^linn that is falsely desi tilled as Imt^headed. The pa diets nf the Tiiiikih^Kiver valley are a Innit snfTei inn pen^fie, hul there always i nines a 11 nu-^w hen palleni i' . eases tn he a duty ami^hcrnnicH a crime. And when the nnv -^ciiinient. tlitiiugh the iiiainfesi Itnnm-
lietetlrvnf Its UKellts. Iiei nines the prn-^teclnr nf crime the thiev illK t ^hcv elllles^arc Indeed In need nf pi ntcclinn as the
*| i ^ i in a ml ii 111 at Knit KciikIi Ml^KCsteil.
A\hen the Ik-iiv ci niin nt pjp its bjjjmM Is^pn |ius 111 h ii i n i. hi .-^ and BP weak that it^cannot prntei t its nw n paapjpBi it ia a^aafe pat that the citizens will ftp their
last In pinlcit themsclv.s IKainst In.
itia ii dcpi edal Inns.
Thesentimental Iwaildlc that i nines^frmn old winiicn nf linth sexes III Ihe^Hast cinil el ni111* the treat In nelit . .In^ration la m tin Imiiiin is lliiclv lllns-^tial.it liv the fait that the Indian vvhn^is more than anv nthi c i es|innsili|e fnr^llie prcaent trnuhle received his train-^InK at i'hi1i-Ii ami In is 111111111111; it In^^ir*t 1 npr the v ihiiii* Inn ks mi tu the^nameless hull ins nf an Indian war
Theeducation he 11 vp* makes MpJ
milv the BPTP skilful and gives bliu
1eater power nver the other In^^dians
llis a giunl thini; for the West that^Ihe Indian is rapidly disappearing year^liv year Disease and whlskcv. arc get ^^tine In their deadly work and when the^lay*) offal eating savage gm s to jom his^thieving am ostitis In the tiappv hunt^nig grounds he will depart uni. m . t i.-.l^and utmiourned. After all the only^pond Indian is a dead pbx
TheVltallly ol tireed.
Till-,vitality displayed Ly the^theory nf protection is 1 h. vltal-^ttv ot greed, lis adv 1 n a 11 v have^r-iing a iliffinni tune every time a tar^^iff hill ha^ lain liofoio unipn^ In^the chiIv .lavs, it vvas th. p|pp faff |p.^fant tnduatties. infants whnh 111 neai^l\ ev.iv BP*P had shown IMf alulilv^|p ^ op. with the mattitii iPMllWtihup of^Kiiglaiid and Kuropc kftPf the peo^^ple had lain taxed t^ 111.1k. I illmnaii.-s^cut of the men In this, infant Indus-^tnea.lhe tune was ^ liaiiKul and v.uioin.^other excuse* were rung in nm the least^important among which was the pica^that without the tailff the wages of^the laboring men would hav. to ., 1,^duced in order to permit mmp. tiinm^with Kurope s pauper labot Tin 'a t^thai Kngland. paying the luglnsi^vhcC In Kumpe. wan able n undersell^thern all was quietly Ignored as was^P'tv the Uct thai the inovluct uf uur
highestpriced lahot was underiM'llliig^even Kngland It wa- 1 ..nilusiv.lv^proved temt ^Kfiief* tilings heing ^|ual.^high priced labor meant a low com pel^unit of product.
Thatthis country would la. Ipjpjfs^ed with the cheap goods of Ku^^rope vvai- another argument iiim.ii^which all the changes were rung, hased^upon the fundamental pio|sialtion thai^the I'nited States could not coppjjpati^with her great enmmerclal rival Kng-^land. This last artruiiient haa beep^pppl In smne extent in the nreaent tar^^iff discussions hut ii has i.e. 11 puslnd
mwhat Inln the liackiround by Me
pleafot greater revenue.
Pulingthe laat few yeara the^rolled Stales has 1'inclusively ahow 11^her ability to c.impclc with ihe^whole world in nearly cverv^line of manufacture*] pphIucIs In^ivtin. the exports of inanufin tun I^rottatitPjtPa twelve per cent, of ih. pa.^t.il exiHirtH and in IVMi 111.oil I tvvintv^tu. per nppt. Ability to PPPS|Mtia lw^IpjOWP moal 1 oiii liislv civ in iinii acl^j steel. Ihe pampered pel of the proii'^Hon fiillin y Not only In the crude Inn^also In th^ Imrsheil pioilint Ihe I int .I^MaMM has INN alile lii llllileiscll Kng^^land ami Kiuop' in their own and in 11^Iral markets. To ask fm further tariff^taxes under MKli imidilions is rank^audacity and t^ giant them la little^short of robbery. Ability tn Ptjjapptl^lakes away all excuse for tariff asslsl^.-in..' It is Hn 1...ml at which In pre^^vious appeals for assislaini the pio-^ti 1 llnlllsts . 1.1111... I that no ni'in aid^wuiild tic requested ami now thai the^tune has arrived they arc Juat as Inud^111 their demands as ever Mart
i:'KNT statistics shnw that^Y\ 'limes nf viola lice are pMfnp^^\^ Ing In the rnlted Hiaies. th^^MH*Spf reenrd fnr Instance lumiiiiig^from !i.vim in |v.n to in.i;;,.' n, |KH^. In^other criminal mailers thete has also^hn 11 .111 increase PjtJpMpjfe the stalls-^ties have not been fully inepared. To^no in.ill extent the prevailing hard^times has been illicitly m indirectly^responsible for much of it t'riines^against protierly have also 111. reuse.I^from the same lailae. This increase^III crime Is m^l confined In this country^but la also noticed in Knulaiul Tin^chief constable of Mam lu ster renotis^that ^Ihere never was a time when^1 rimes were so rrciiticiitlv commit ted
by pel wins of gI education, as at
present.The vast malorlly of thieves^Well' Well educated The l^iiglish slal-^istlcans do nut place much ilepeinlcncc^mi the ligures of Illegitimate births as^InillcatIng d 11 lease of crime Hetvvceii^1MH and MM the ratio nf such births^was ^7 per I.ami and between p^xti and^lSStl It vvas ill fur 1.000 Imt that la ex^^plained by the shifting of population^to the cllics, where prosl it ul ion pre^^vails As lo pauperism. In MM MM^Hi.111 IH per I .law of the population were^l aiipi is and in Ivi- the number was re^^duced In Z'^ per 1 ihi.i a reduction of^almut one-half. An In drunkenness it^is PPJ*P0j4p4 tn be 11 pnine fai t^l nf^c rune '
T'hepet urn nf gnnil times will natur^^ally cflect a relative decrease in the^late but attention has PPM ffpqupptly^called to the em nuiageineiit given^CritM 'iy the lax nicilinds of rnilcd^Stales courts particularly in murder^allowing practically luilimlted appeal^even In caaea where the evidence Is^1 oncliislve . The leiiainiv of a long de^^lay If imt escape on a inllbble helps to
agreat extent ill Ihe cm niuagcinent of^it line.
AfACTthat is seldom pat iimiia .1^b] advocates of radical railroad^legislation Is that many. If imt^quite all the evils of which they com-^1 plain an (lie result of an excessive de^^velopment ,,f the railroads of the coun-^ti v Bar lievond the ilenian Is of trans^^portation Inning the era ^ I railway^expansion when lines were ntaatrpTttd^' withoiu anv apparent reason, the ppp4pj^of the liresellt troubles were planted.^J llaiil times brought these mliryos to^mill ii 111 \ mil with the evils ennie all^manner of theories and remedies, moat^I of which will not stand cv 11 th- most^hasty examination.
Theruinous wars of one company^with another in rate cutting ami other^w.ivs follow logically vv hen competi^^tion furies them into a life and death^'^ struggle for enmmerclal existence, a^^ nurse which has proved disastrous to^prntits even with those companies that^are on a tkini Mtuincial footing. For the^most pint the remedies proposed are^mere palliatives as In many of the antl-^poollng laws.^The fact Is that very few of the ro-^| formers conipicheml the magnitude of^1 the Investment in railroads in this^'lountry. According to a recent pub-^U 111.01, the 1S1.000 miles of railroad In^: the I niteil Slates, with their a. 1 es-^paftajj and equipments, are owned by^companies who have outstanding capi^^tal stock tn the nominal amount of^about li.lH0.iNkl.0Oti. lunula for l.'.UiO.-^iMNi.iNhi and Moating debts of JS.Ml.noti.iMHi^Much of this stoi k has little market^value, but some of It is glaive par of^I.on.Is. while many millions bear a^large premium, others sell for less than^their face value Hut assuming that^on the average the stock is worth lifty^1 cuts on the dollar, and the bonds pal^and disregarding tin Moating .b in alto^^gether, tin aggregate value ot the rail^^road ptoiierlv of the country is K.aHtl.-^iwn.rtoii in sto. k and *a.*4t^.(aat.^W0 in^bonds a vasi total of jv:':;ii.i*^i.ia^0. on^this sum the amount paid 111 |v.v:. fm in^Iciest on bonds was about i.'tn.iMio.mat.^or about four and one-half per cent,^and for divnbn.ls anil rentals um^mjmm ^r alsmt three per cent on the^nominal and six pet OPJDfl on the aver^^age market value of the stock
Thlal^ five times as great as the en^^tire funded debt ot the I'nited States,^wlille the revenues eimal the total na^^tional Income, lm biding postal receipt*.^I Since IMC the earning* have fallen off
Inin 1 earning* per mile, a total af IS*.- 1^MMM which mean* a ahrinkage In^railway values of approximately a bil^^lion dollar*.
Whil'unlimited competition and the^rapid dev.lonment of railway* ha* re^^sulted In manv evil*, yet radical and^PPJOPPiaH mea*ure* are hardly the thing^papaja* i^ 1 orrect them. The interest*^,11. -.. 1 .01 and PP eloaely connected^with tin- whole industrial life of the^nation that reform measure* *hould he^. arefully formulated and should he^along the lines nf connervativc regula^^tion.
Thesupply of transportation faell-^ItJt* 1- iiim h greater than the demand.^I ai in iilarly III the Ka^t. when trunk^Inns have ben In nearly every ca*e^duplicated. Many year* ago I'onimn-^don Vanderhllt renrehended the folly^which built live trunk lines bwtWPPJI^the Atlantic seaboard and the Hint^whin three ^were more than enough tn^to commodate- all the business Condi-^111.11s, In this relation, hav grown^noise instead of Improving ami in or^^der lo avoid the bankruptcy of Im^^mense piopertli'M united action ^I some^kind Is demanded by common busbies*^sense The combination of smaller^Inns into systems and of the latter^into larger and more comprehensive^.me. is the tendency of the times and^aucli a tendein y demand* a c|o*e gnv-^iitinnnt regulation and *upervi*lnn^Hint tin interests of the people may PP.^subserved by the common carrier*^while the properties themselves an not^ruined in the name of ao-called re^^form.
ITI* announced that Lieutenant^I'. ii v is about ready to start once^more upon his quest for the north^pole While It Is impossible not to ad^^min the Indomitable pluck which haa^^ h.i 1 aoicri/.eil every man who has led^an expedition into the great Ire Held*^of Hie Aiciic. yet the regret cannot be^pteWMl that brave men should thu*^risk the live* of themselves and nther*^for the accomplishment nf result*^which are nf ^uch little value to hu^^manity. Men *uch a* Kranklln. I'eary^and Nanseii arc Inn valuable member*^nf noi lcty to waste their live* in till*^manner. Ittit while there 1* an un-^solvcd problem of thi* kind in the world^there will alway* be aide and adventur^^ous men lo undertake its solution be^the rirks of life what they may.
f\r]enof trie lSay.
Kngland' oldest duke Hi. luike of^Norlliumlierland. has entered his kTth^yiar. Though he calls himself I'ercy the^duke is really .1 Sniilhson. the last male^l'eiev having died In 1S70 lb is extremely^reliKious. anil as his wife was all Irving-^ile. one seat Is always kepi vacant at 111*^table for the Savior.
Mr*Angeltne IV Hall of Saratoga. N.^Y the well-known i'lirlstian pMlaPthra-^pl^t. has given the sum of t!^.mi 10 the^Jnilsoii Memorial church 011 condition^that the trustee* pHy her tin interest mi^this amount us long as she lives. This se^^cures to her a regular income and to Ihe^church an endowment when *iie is d^ a.I.
lb-portsare pouring In of the fabulous
sllln ..lined by I'llilerewskl, which 111.iv^make Mr*. i'alve ami the other vocal^slats raise their too modest price*. At a
neelll lienetlt recital in Paris the ticket*
were$11. and nearly SA^^in was taken In.^In London he nsks land getsi Sa.ftio an^evenlap fnr piaytM at private parties.
KmperorW'lllialll recently gave a MMp^to each of two new churches in Itcrlin.^On Hie My leaf of one of the bonks ho^wrote with his own hand this qimt nnui^finin SI. John: ^Without me v. can do^imililnii In ihe Bihar he wrote ^(Hay^my vaJoOi ami I will la- your Hod. and ve^-hall lie my people. ' whbh he found in
Amission.!! v sriHement for university^women has been founded In Bombay, and^one of ll* latest recruits Is Miss Marv^Rachel Imhsou. ihe eldest daughter ot^Austin Pobsoll. Miss Pohson Is a grad^^uate of Loudon university, being one of^the only t*f*J women who ever am ceiled^In gaining .1 musical baccalaureate degree.^frpfP thai institution.
Ca*pjMPj4off itoikin of tin- Kaajpai
QfUM AtlllV Of Hie Reputlllc has issllcil
anorder making July l!i ^ Mother dicker-^dvkc pay, ami illrei ilng that every post
inHie stale hold a PBpcM meitlim on Ihe
iiikIiiof Hie l'.ith lii honor of the iilpata^ted obi army nurse, that being the sot Ii^annhraraari of h*f tdrth. Mother Baehar-
dvkeis now living al Hie home of hi t^sou 111 Hunker Hill. Kali.
Theinn senator from Klori.l.i. Btrpp**^I! Mailory occupies the scat held by Ma^father, also Stephen R. Mailory. from lard^to MM. The elder Mailory reslaned 10 go^into Hie rets llioll with his state and was
HipJMprpta sccrci.nv of the navy.
'iheson ha* been a menilicr of 1 ongress^and w hen deb .lied for reliolllllla tloll made^Hie alinoumciinnt before leaving \\'ash-^Ingtoii that he would come hack a ppjaf*^lor.
Archdukerraai I'erdln.llld d Ksle. 111.1^loir lo Hie Austrian Ihrone. whose Hf*^lias leicllltv la 111 despaired of oil PCOPOJM
01hi- siirTctniKs from eonsiimpllon. but^whose health tias recently been improved^hv residence 111 Hie itivieia. ia now in^Soulhein fvrol. where his condition con-^Hues to improve, if the reports In the VI-^. BR* papafl 1 an he beUeved. He is a Mi to^take long excursions on fool from the^. .i-ile of Itotlenstelii, where he Is stay^^ing.
ERRORS IN THE ACT.
A nm ... aMap**py IH*c*t*r* tjull* a^Nuaalxr ^f TImb*.
Tothe Kdltor of The Standard.
Inpn.sn iinng a work. ne^eaaltallng^an examination of the acta of the h gis^lature of thla year, 1 have found many-^errors ^1 a serious nature. I dealre to^^all attention to the aame, and point^them out with a view of aicertalinng^to whom it is due that auch a condition^of thing* exist.
Onpage W4. senate hill 4a, the title^riads as follow*: An act repealing^aectlniis 170 and 472. etc. The tlmt sec^^tion of the act read*: ^That section*^47ft and 17:'. .to.. I*. amended, etc.
Onpag. lfir,, bill 12. the title rr^ds:^^An h. 1 In anieiid seel ions Ml ami IM,^Inclusive The la*t aectlon of the act^read* that theae particular HertlonM are^T'articiilarly'' repealed, etc.
Onpage lb!, senate hill .'i7. we find:^An ai i I^ amend, etc., by repealing *ec-^tlon* I.SN to I.'JXI. Incluatve; ^by add^^ing Ho Ihe chapter) section* 1,201 to^IJM, ilulllslve.^ What the effect is of^^add.'I seetiona to a chapter, when the^chape 1 already contain* section* of the^name number, retaining the latter, as^well a- Hie 11 inner, la for *ome future^court i^ determlPjP, In Ihe same act, on^pages 117-11*. section 1.109. Hppiais^twice
Onpage 129 a very serlou* error ob^^tain* Sect ion* 1.74:1 and I^4k hav e bOPBJ^omltled from the act. although pur-^porlini: to have been amended
Intin senate bill 7!i. page 1^^. the ti^^tle pro pope* to amend and PPfjpPj apf^^tain sc. lions. On page 170. at the end^of this lull and after the tinal clause,^which provide* In *ectlon 10, ^Thi* act^to be in full force and effect from and^after its passage and approval.^ Ihere^PJPJPJI* in have been a aectlon added,^which has not lieen mentioned In the^title, and which i* numbered 2.440, and^which 1.111 ports to amend a section of^the same name In the political code.
Onpage 17*1. house bill 280, the title^propo-'s to amend section* 2.M0, 2.142.^2,^4:i. 2.8KO of the political code. The^act does not mention section 2,64.'!, it^steins In have been omitted.
Onpage 17*. Kenate bill 7. the title^purports to be: ^An act to add to ar^^ticle .' title S, part IS. political code^ cer^^tain sn tlona, to be numbered ll.TCft and^3,521. This purpose Is reiterated in the^body of the act, Kxamlnation w ill dis^^close I hat art Ida 1 mot 2) end* with^aectlon 2.Til^, while article 2 (the one^purported to la' supplemented) ends^with section 3,547. It was undoubtedly^the intention to supplement article 1.^and not article 2: and this is further^evident from the fact that on page 180.^aenat. bill ^5, there appears an act^amending thi* *ame article 2 in toto.
Onpage 193, house bill 228. the title^provide* that sections3.561, 3,563,
shallhe amended. The first thing the^body of the act provides for is section^3,476. The sections mentioned in the ti^^tle hi., iii article 3. title 8, part 3; sec^^tion ::.IT^ is In article 1 or the Maine ti^^tle and part. (See 17 Mont., page 67.^and Hn' constitution, article 5, section^23.1
Onpage 1118. house lull 162. relating^in tin- sale of liquors, section 4,n64. has^been omitted from the act, hlthough^mentioned in the title as being; amend^^ed by the act. Sections 4.04M and 4.070^are repealed by the last clause of this^hill: and section* 4,075 and 4,U7^ appear^In tin body of the act. to lie amended,^hut arc noi mentioned in the title
Onpage 228, house bill 2n^ 1 page 226).^*ectnui 4.984 appear*, as amended; the^title nf the act purporting to ^repeal^^certain section* only.
Insenate hill 64. page 231. the title^purports to repeal certain sections, enu^^merating them. In the repealing clause^nf the act, page 241. section 805 Is omit^^ted.
Oppane 248. house bill 57 purports^to amend section* S97 and 898 of the^penal code on page 249. the latter end^nf name art, section 900 is added, not
having;111 mentioned in the title.
nillon.Mont.. May 29. 1897.
Ant'nnei e.sary Admonition.^UM Vu^n il that young aula not 10 call hen any^more^^ asked Mabel'* father. severely.^' N-no.^ '^Why not^^ ^I didn't think it^was papaapary. I don't see how he could^all any more, now He calls seven times^.. Bjapk.1 - Washington Star.
IroibleAmong the Freaks -^Oh. Regi^^nald. I am so glad you have come!^ ptMPi^the l*M l.iiilv. ^\Vc have just been having^.111 awufl tune'^ ' What is If^ asked the^Living Skeleton. ^The India Rubber Man^am angry it the Leopard Hoy and swore^lie would knock the soots nfT him If he^had to do a stretch of M years for It.^^In^^dianapolis Journal.
Anfprlsing in Ills Midst. ^Speaking^of t'uban uprisings and Insurrections. '^^.,|d Wallace I shall never forget one^that occurred 20 years ago.^ ^Were you^prescnf^ ask.il Kerry ^Very much so^it iPIPpCnHi about live minutes after I^had lighted one of my father's big lla-^balia cigars. I'lnelnnatl l iniulrer
TheHorrid Hrute.-She-l nev er . x-^pecled to work like this when I married^von. Ma I dliln I suppose ypP cared You^worked bard enough m p t nie. dldn I^) oil^^Indiana noils Journal.
ARequest Mrs. Y.-Mv daughter Is a^piemlslng iniisi llan. Mr. C^Well, get her^IP promise she won't sing any more -^Yonkers Statesman.
i'onvInclni; -^What makes you think In^i- |n love with you-thc wav he be^^haved^^ ^No The way he misbehaved.^-^Indianapolis Journal.
It.J. CONNELL COMPANY
BtTTK. ^OSTt^ \
BestGoods in All Cases
CheaperHere Than Elsewhere
TheFollowing Bargains Will Be on Sale^This M
Kverynew idea known la Shocdom is^1 .pi ^ scnled in thi* Matchle** Stock^Take a look at a few nf the late novel-^tleaon exhibition In our allow w indows.^Thi* Store hold* the Hutle Agency for^llanan tt Son s fine Shoe*^the best^j gisids on earth.
(ireatBargains for To-Dday
ILA ill^ KIP BOTTOM iiiniTH.
worthI2..ri0 to jn.OO pair, only
1LADfBaT hanp-tprnkp BUTTON^limit*, worth IXM) pair, only
JLAPIKS' OXFOHP TIES. WORTH
$3.00and $3.M^ pair, only
MEN'SVIP! SHOES, HANP-ti KN-
ed,tan*, worth $5.00 pair, only
,LADIES' OXFOKP TIES, TANS,^worth f$M and $2.7j pair, only
HOYS' CALF RHOMB, ALL SIZES
worth $:.00 and $2.50 pair, only
TheGreatest Values Kver Brouglit^to Butte.
Ameat piircha*e of *,1M e)oPBP, Hand^km hiefa, part from St. liall. part fr.Jirt^Helfaat and part from a V ^ V uk Im^^porter, at alsiul half their worth. A^S|^ecial Sale. Iieginning to-day. at^price* sure to Inter**! every woman^within reach of thi* advertisen^-nt.
LADIES' HANDKRRCHtXPrl lfto^OjAPPtl Einbroidered Linen Hatxdkei^chiefs, .^.11 different patterns, worth to
ILAD IES^ HANPKEHrHIEFBJ^dog. Handsomely Embroidered Mia*^Handkerchiefs. 40 different patterns^worth to 35c each, only|
Strongreason* why you should buy^(ilove* at thi* store. This great tilove^sale r. a. In 1 It* climax to-day. with^an Importer* aurplu* nf high-grade^(Hove* added to the many lines, whose^I moid* have made for us this month the^i biggest Optra trade In our history.^Look out for rare tilove bargajns to^^day.
Ages4 to 14 years
331-3Per Cent Off
Fingerlling* that look like gold,^sound like gold, wear like gold and^stand a good acid test, warranted three^year*.
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Thedaintiest, prettiest, newest Rlh*^bun conceits, a gathering of Ribbon^beauty with no attempt at rivalry In^thi* city, two of the many attractive^bargains arranged for to-day's selling.
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TheBest Dressed Men in Butte patronize our Mt'i'clinnt Ttiilnrinp;^Department. The clioieest Imported and Domestic Woolens^the^Fairest Priees.
Trailllioniia* to Ariam'i Wright.
Anancient Hebrew tradition tbtlRMd^that Adam vv.is made up of eight pounds^variously divided as follows: A pound nf^e.irch for his Hrsh a |miiiiiiI of tire for his^blood, a pound or cloud for his ptatahMMr,^.1 pound of gracefulness for his stature, a^pound of blossoms for his ryes, a pound^ul dew for his sweat, a pound of salt lor^his tear* and a pound of wind for Ins^breath.
Juslliehas been done the veteran Ma-^gulre. and (hat by a ipieer character Jim^Murray, the Hutle capitalist. Some one^g.ive the name of Th* M11r1.1v 10 th, n.m^Lull.- opera PPPPP, and lhat name it bPfi^until recently during Murray * absence^11 cm the city, hul us soon as he relumed^In Willi.In* The Murray and BPhatltllte^^The Magulre a* the theater will he^known hereaflel it matters but little^where Mr. Magulre is perpetuated m^Hp!IP or Missoula as long as it Is done^Mr Magnire has friend* of yapfP' Man.l-^inn who are his friends, not ta'cause they^can work him lor passes .,^ some nf his^latter-day acquaintance*.-The Mlssou-^II.111
lornn r Suiierlntendent of ruhhV In-^siniction Stei're I* one of the considera^^ble number of aspirant- in - i, .,. ,| Q| ^.,^ville Stuart as mlnlaitcr to IViiaitii .v ppa
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WashingtonIn behalf of Mr I A PtaWI^are unite fot mutable in uiimlvr .nut in-^clude eii.loi senicnls of fornn r officials of^the atale and prominent repuhii. an* in^vanoii^ part* of Monian.i Vi-caeppaarhk]
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pinnedcoeting several hun.ln.l dollars-^HpPNP Herald.
Ppppah**the iteason -^They ^..^ tiiat^H..'. h liaan't * dollar to his 11 ,m. Thai^p.ust be the rea^on he has p^ ... b*** .,|,ir^lo cm anv woman to accept 11 -I'm. m-^n.iti Kiniulrer.
Madeand Merit Maintain* theconfldence^of the people in Hood's Sarsaparilla. If a^medicine cures tou when tick; if it mikea^wonderful cure* every where, then beyond^^ ll question that tnedicinepossesee* merit.
Thati* juat the truth about Hood's Sar-^^aparilla. We know it posseasea merit^because it cures, not once or twice or a^hundred times, but in thousanda and^thousands of cases. We know it cures,^absolutely, permanently, when all others^(ail to do any good whatever. We repeat
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CAN SEW UP HEART WOUNDS
And They Are Hot Ilia Kind Made by^a Mnlden'* BMsI Klther.
Fromthe New York Journal.
Canprompt aurgloal aid save the life^of a man stabbed through the heart^ It^has always lieen held that any attempt^to operaYte directly upon the heart was^worse than foolish, and that to sew up^a lesion In the heart proper without^killing the patient would be an absolute^Impossibility.
Yet.Dr. Hebe of Frankfort. Cer-^tnany. at a meeting of the surgical con^^gress in llci'lin on Saturday repotted a^successful operat-'on of the kind^the^first in the history of surgery^and pro^^duced his patient living and well before^the assembled scientists to attest Its^truth.
Describingthe case. Pr. Hehe sail^the man had been stabbed in ihe right^side of the heart. He was conveyed^with great haste to a hospital and^taken directly to the operating room.^The surgeon laid bare the heart In a^few seconds, and found n wound in (he^right side of the organ. He sewed up^the orifice and applied general treat^^ment for arresting hemorrhage. The^heart worked violently during the ope^^ration, but the commotion of the organ^gradual) subsided, and in due time the^wound healed and the patient recov^^ered.
NewYork doctors, particularly lappa^at th*' great hospitals, are intenselv^inlciested in Dr. Itche s report, but they^are not prepared tn believe that Pv^Itches patient vvas very seriously^slabbed^if the heart, indeed, was In^^jured at all
Dr.Hubert Lee Constable of No. |M^West Forty-third Street, who has per^^formed many extraordinary operations^in the hospitals and out of tlietn. said:
I'veread the newspaper act mints of^Pr. Rehe's operation for stab wound^penetrating the heart. While 1 do not^doubt the truth of the report. I'm cer^^tain that It couldn't have been much of^a stab wound^probably a PtieJi from^a stiletto or other sharp, slender In^^strument. Jf the wound had been of^any site and pierced the tight side of^the heart, as Pr. Hehe is quoted as say^^ing, the patient wouldn't have lived^long enough to I** operated upon. The^blood, instead of being forced into his^lungs, would hav e been ejected Into the^pericardium.
Ifthe wound was a very small one it^may not have emitted blood enough la^destroy Ihe equilibrium of circulation,^and the operation may have saved the^patient's life. There are records of men^recovering from small wounds in the^heart without surgical treatment, and^operations on the pericardium are com^^mon '
Pr.iloodnian of Hellevue hospital^staff: ^ I don't think such an operation^as the papers describe is possible^cer^^tainly its successful accomplishment is^not probable. I have never heard af^such an oia-ration being attempted. It^would ho bad surgery to 1 ut dow n upon^a ^tab wound in the heart.''
Pr.Preston of Hellevue said T^in ,, r heard of such an operation la-fore.^The heart is one of the organs that^have always been regarded as not sus^^ceptible of surgical treatment.
Pr.Ow*ley of Belbvue said: People^have been shot through the heart and^got well afterward. There ia a case on^neoni of a man who had a cartridge^*hell lodged in his hesrt who recovered^after it was removed. But I never heard^of a surgeon * sewing up a stab wound^which had penetrated th. heart.
It couldn't have entered any of the^cavities.'' put In Dr. I.nmhard
Ig ucs* lhat man* heart was^^tabbed by a maiden * glani cs. was^ihe final lomment of Dr. Pomeroy as^he moved of on a hurry call to hia^ward.
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