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The Havre herald. (Havre, Mont.) 1904-1908, September 29, 1904, Image 2

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Dry Goods - Clothing - Millinery - Shoes - Ladies' Suit and Skirts , Furniture - Carpets
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Provisions - Harnesses - Wagons - Farm Implements - Tinware - Crockery- Glassware - Guns
LOCAL MENTION
Get a key at "The Hub"
John Lamey and wife visited Mar
tin O'Neil on Little Box Elder creek
Tuesday.
James Lamey, Jr., will leave for
Helena Saturday night to visit the
state fair for a couple of weeks.
M. J. Webb, Great Northern detect
ive, gathered in John Buhl and Joe
Gleasner, two car repairers in the
yards, Monday, who were suspected
of robbing express cars. The former
was arraigned before Judge Meili yes
terday and paid a fine of $5. The
stealing had been going on for some
time, and a search of their homes
disclosed enough of the missing arti
cles to warrant their conviction.
HERALD'S NEW HOME.
The HERALD office has moved into
its new quarters in the basement of
the Oxford block, under the Havre
Drug Co's. new store. The new apart
ments are commodious and well light
ed and will accommodate the large
newspaper press which we have ar
ranged to have installed in the build
ing within the next two weeks. We
can then promise our readers an up
to-date newspaper in every particular.
The IIERALD aims to diffuse inter
esting and entertaining local reading,
and is also devoted to the interests of
the town and county. Accordingly it
invites correspondence from neigh
boring towns, with a view to cover
ing the local field of the county and
northern Montana thoroughly. With
our press will also come a fine new
line of ad and job type, and nothing
from the largest to the smallest job
will be too difficult for the HERALD
office to handle.
IN WORKING ORDER.
The Trades and Labor council met
Tuesday evening and appointed a
committee for the purpose of looking
after a hall where all the different
crafts can meet and transact their
business. It is the object. of the coun
cil to have regular mass meetings
held where the union men can assem
ble and talk on questions of an eco
nomic nature.
P. H. Barrett, O. II. Webber and
E. G. Miller were appointed a com
mittee to wait on the city council
and ask that the resolution from the
Trades Assembly, which was sanction
ed by the city council, pertaining to
the hire of men to work on the sewer
and waterworks system be enforced,
there being a complaint made that
sub-let contractors were not going in
accordance with the agreement.
FOUGHT CHIEF JOSEPHI
Northern Montana Citizens Gave Battle to N.:
Perce Raiders.
From Fort Benton River Press.
The death of Chief Joseph a few
days ago on the Colville (Wash.) In
dian reservation, recalls some of the
exciting incidents of his famous raid
in this part of Montana in the early
fall of 1877, when several residents of
this city took part in a battle with
the murderous savages. Chief Joseph
and his followers went on the war
path in Idaho and were pursued by
United States troops, but managed to
escape into western Montana. The
military were assisted by posses of
citizen volunteers and after a long
chase there was a desperate battle at
Big Hole in which a number of sol
diers and civilians were killed, but
Chief Joseph and his band managed
to escape into Idaho, and subsequent
ly returned to Montana by way of the
Yellowstone park.
They made their way into the Mus
selshell country, leaving a trail of
robbery and murder in that part of
Montana and causing apprehension of
trouble among settlers in that local
ity. At that time the late Jim Wells
was located at Clagett, and he sent
word to his Fort Benton friends that
the Nez Perces were headed in that
direction and troops should be sent
there at onces. General Miles, with
600 soldiers, was in pursuit of the hos
tiles, and the latter were trying to es
cape into Canada.
Upon receipt of word that Jim
Wells needed help, Col. J. J. Donnel
ly, who was then county clerk, form
ed a company of volunteers to go to
his assistance. There was between
forty and fifty men in the company,
among them being Judge Tattan, Ike
Clark, Wm. Rywe, Thos. O'Hanlon,
W. S. Evans, John Egan, Geo. Far
mer, Joseph Morrison, Murray Nich
olson and other early day residents of
this city. They unexpectedly met
Chief Joseph's band of about 250 war
riors at Cow Island and were com
pelled to give battle. The fight took
place on September 27, 1877, and last
ed about three hours, the arrival of
troops brought down the river by Col.
Igles saving the volunteers from an
nihilation.
Three days later General Miles ov
ertook the Indian raiders on Snake
creek where one of the fiercest battles
ever known in the history of Indian
warfare took place. General Miles
lost 23 killed and 44 wounded, and the
Indian losses were also heavy. Chief
Joseph surrendered to General Miles
and since that time had been practi
cally a prisoner.
See Carnal & Carruth for rooms in
the new brick building, either for of
fice, living or rooming purposes.
F. S. GOURLEY N. E. GOURLEY
1GOURLEY BROTHERS
Bakers and Confectioners
Bread Pies Cakes i
Confectionery i
The 'Rancher's Home"
COR. TIIRD AVE. AND SECOND STREETS.
C. E. PIERSON, Prop.
"Old Fitzgerald" "Sam Clay" "Old Crow" "Maryland Club Rye,"
And Other Popular Brands.
Budweiser and Falstaff Bottled Beer. Havre and American Keg
Beer.
Choice Line of Imported and Domestic Cigars Always on Hand
Make Yourself at Home.
The California Beer Hall
MARTIN SELOS, PROP.
Your patronage is solicited
THE HAVRE AND AMERIGAN BEER
A nice, cool, refreshing beverage. Fine Old
Whiskeys. Courteous and congenial treat
ment. Call on us.
HAVRE - - - - MONTANA.
Thomuas W. West Alfred H. West
West Brothers
Agents for
Anheuser-Busch "Budweiser Beer. Capitol Brewing Co. Keg Beer
Agents for Cream Pure Rye, Old Taylor Bourbon,
XXXX Rye, McBrayer Bourbon and
other popular brands.
Telephone No. 81. . Prompt Delivery

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