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Ove;es Overcoats! Overcoats! Overcoats
During this cold snap you will be able to get of us any Overcoat at almost
your own price as we are determined not to carry any over until next seasonC
Come early as our stock is getting very low and sizes broken.
They are now snugly Quartered to the
All the county pificers have moved and
are now ready for business in their new
quarters. It will take Record r Crosby
some little time to straighten out his af
fairs on account of the accumulation of
matter, but with his efficient force of
clerks the delay will be elight. His o01ne
has been fitted up with the latest deyices
for convenient and dispatch and when
put into shape will be a model of neat
ness. The large vault for keeping the
county records is Mlted up with roller
shelves and compressive. and expansive
ales. The clerk and recorder occupies
County Treasurer MeOlelland occupies
room 18. He was busy yesterdayputting
things in shape and arranging his office.
Mac is always found on deck and is ever
ready to oblige the publio.
Next to the county treasurer's office is
the assessor's room, No. 14. The clerk
of the court, William M. Cotkrill, o
cuples rooms No. 10 an4l 12. The county
commissioners will hold their sessions to
room No. 18, which Is nicely itied up
with a convenient table, carpet, etc. The
county attorney is to be found in room 5,
and the district court room 8. All of the
rooms are carpeted with linoleum or
brussels carpet and contain the modes
The rooms of the clerk of the court are
to have the roller shelves and the cos
preosive and expansive files. These up
s.. tnJeuate tow ready to be placed in
A tarty Olvee In 0an e of Mise Coarem
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Jamee F.
McClelland on ecand avenue north was
the scene of a pleasant gathering of younei
people lest evening. The occasion was a
complimentary party given in honor of
Miss McClelland. The evening was de
voted to playing progressive "Jack.
straws", a new mode of entertainment in
Great Falls, which was greatly enjoyed
wenaa aeed 1a .e s v lltl
of bert and hostess was much enjoyed.
Mine Newman won the ladies'head prize,
and the ladies' progressive prize was ecar-'
tied o8 by Mies Rich. The ladles' toot
priz, was awarded to Mies Cochran. S.
H. Matteson, Jr., won the gentlemen's
head prize, A. Crockett the progressive
prize, and our worthy mayor eaptured
the gent's booby prize. Those present
Missea Ludwig, Hawkins, Weltman,
Gregg, Burghardi, daem, Ingalls, Cookerli
Fotte, Graves, McNeil, Armstrong,
Ewing, Rich, Perkins, Trigg, COchren,
Zimmerman, Newman, Vance, Ludwig,
Hawkins, Weltman, Burghardt. Baum,
and Mrs. Hotchkiss. Mears. Goodall,
Fuater, Kennedy, Stanton, Burgharde,
Verge, Junkins, Burns, Goodrich, Carter,
Cockrill, Hoteoakise, Goes, Matteson,
lJones, Cockrall,*Gray,Crockett, Matteson,
Dickerman, Websterj Arnastrong.
NORTH MONTANA "rAIR ASOOCIATION
The Track Decan Pat la Good Coadisiea
[''11 10,000 to Be Empended.
A Tetmuasn representative visited the
fair-grounde yesterday and there foutr4
T. B. Kirkendall's force, to the estant of
fourteen teams and twenty men, hard
work grading the track. The tarns we
thrown up, an are all regulation 6r
and the work is being done In salenIf
shape. The association will spend aboW
$10,000 on the grounds this spring in Wle
building of a grand stand, stable!,
The track will be put In fone oedetlon to
train horses for the meeting in Augugs
The soil in the very best for a fogt .
and we look for many horsemen tteplt
thie track to train thei her es ft
year's work. There are aevet
roads leading from the
horses may be given reed
teal part of the tralufign. 0
young horses. The grounde ap
miles from the city sad e#.*ti
lent for tralealg, being sepp
every requisite and cone few
John Terhune deputy,
ute county wbile drivi5
ead frogaoneof hs
lack Wilson aecelved'w
of the sudden death of Ge
W ieee. Idaho. Atwood w
r pa nfr of .a Wh
nand at o a
nf-!on of 11~'
eaOlRHt TA. WrneUx.
The ChiagoPA@?#u#. e sa e Memtaas
r teaa we an haas.
Nelson Mortle, the big Chicago packer,
to a clrcti0rt Wtt iekn an soacounting a
from Pasra Wl e Montana cattle v
king. L ta e for Mor. s
'di'al "~wit slauz June t
were tee cattle. Up t
to tlopt. allvered 2,881
aayyeeery'tq ft4 bwatoeaelve $100,
lbý, ba b to P$72,200.
h at a L . Wibaux
Oliletoath ar&k t4 ,485, while t
Meries deelane i cattledealer s
owseers a tle-.' Olt aa the o
eteers*~r ~laolit of
*hat tea *c sl edWibaul
claims tp Which he has t
teedera I Whlathe latter
had dealt A few weeks
ago the vita amount
lng to neatly, it-orris fur a
alleged hceai Now theI
packer seeks to w ht 491«1 estab.
ithed and ltaataWs* toIn
a few days a sg Mr.
Morris will ask for an to t to re
strain the prosecutith lawsuIts I
brought by Wibaux.
Will Not can eItteotae.
Governor Toole has deelded that he
will not, under the prehaInl'ronastances,
call a spectal election to $U tl Heaver
head county vaotmacaa.au4d by the
resignatioo of Seangato'awtence A.
Brown and the death of Rapresantative
Aartn aWiter. ThfVkiee no time
of acttca of an electips .$ be ven by
the governor I.s uch oases. overnor
Toos pays that the ~ict' nott aR could
an p ina lnaayhed ld be
, . -~gof the
election; rfa publtc s the notice
Moral~b ten days.T lt ' ~d canes
the a oto be held on e' fry 28.
It oW Oe at least .t' ~~ before
the vote aoo all he gaets rpand ncored
and by the tA~htlaw edwif CAW4 maca
tor and 'peWlt ylV5r got ready totlke
their eate Mlee tt would be ready
to adoure.- a e
Early UtVwekta meeslua.
The Egyptisas of the preseet--Kopts
as well as Aaah-run abou4t 1lti bare
feet. The saleat b;;laie& oa the
I contray, who ar new only to bWen In a
* d* e*l *oi0Mon In isleelms, ptesed a
. ~ ~ o I o a los, a
In Paris. In o rae nommy
' there was dp 4j c of tock
Wane w kII qM`..l~rgreat
Irioitl ) "ti a very
woold Irdwa bean
white, 15 T eue
die. wjth i ' n must
MI b 4 Pp0 0 . ao
the ~ ~ w herb.s on
vi ~ herb
DENNAUNINO UNCLE SAN.
rte Jadiplary habh.emmttee at the ",1
Seuoer she am ashaaeiUve Napert n
WAmnneroN, Feb. 10.-The sub-om
mitte of the boma committee on Judiciary F
which spent mame time last seesaln inves
igaling eharge of Illegal practIcIng In w
federal courts Is various parts of the u
soustry submitted Its report on Inquiry t,
a the full committee today, but no action ea
wee taken on It.
Ceplons extracte from the testimony p
eaken , are embodied in the report aI
to show the character and the
extent of the practices indulged
In. Theta practices,' the report shows, w
embraced the general suspenelon of sea
tesmes pronounced on persons convicted
of violating the interbal revenue aal a*
timber cutting laws, prlnciIptlly in the
districts of West Virginia and norlheqn
Gieorgta, and In the northern, middle eqd '
southern distrcits of Alabama, thus e r
couraging the m ds of fee meajki a
practiced by the Melted States *lIcl e
attorneys, mlaabai and their antor
neys, Untied Stat.eoommislonstOlerks t
of federal courts and other odleers mon
nected with the Judicial department of
The aub~oommtttee my. that; tbc. rac
tics of asopesdtng'eisSl~Oebebencr
ried to an eseet that repsnb e
ani it see uiusd eal
that Is criminal e pn mowvct
the Judge ehalt ýtet y pronounce
sentence unites theret80 some good cause
for delay. Improper fees ae collected
and the goversmeant defataued.
AN IUrM AL 001W31u1axc3.
Nellow Mers New a.es a Vrd te may ta
Mese.n5 asNelftear a ea
WASnrHsITx, Dakb 10.- Oommselonea
Morgan this morning oheld an informsal
conference with ellosw Horn Bear tn
relation to the msater be mentioned to
Secretary Noble on Moeday. He was
accompeaned by Whit. Gsaoat and One to
Play With. He charged that white the
military had control over the reaervatoos
during the late Itottible.oldlas wpmr the
cause of a great many proeistte amaig
Indian women, A great many of the
soldiers went throeuh the forts of mar
riage with equaws, the latter believing
they were doing well by marrying nl-*
diers. Hollow Morn Bear smid that Ae e
did not know whether it was desirable to
the squaws that the offcem allow the ea
dirn to go o and leave thelt
children depeadeatlen 4i&t '
Indians. "I do anot care to do that guy
longer," he aid, "and It as something I
knoo did gocr on our reservation aud I
know by experience. Therefore I donot
care to have the mtlitary near our agen
A Paris asemente.
PAtsi, Feb. 10.-A decided sensstson
has been caused in inancial ciroles bepe
by the diseppearance of a well known
banker, who is known to have left delts
to the amount of $4.000,000 behind him,
and who may have committed suicide.
The banker's neaw is M. Victor Made
and his financtal establishment, a prlttte
bank, was located in Rue Cadet. M. Mace,
who seened to be well known in the
world of feasce, previoss to the opening
of the bank In Rue Cadet, some Ave years
ago, began husneets there by offerig to
pay high Interest for deposits, this inter
est in many cases averaging ten per cent
monthly or 1i0 per cent a year. With
this snducement he did an Immense buso
ness and has now left his depositors.
Two asItu Waees.
WAeuxwerow, Feb. 11.-Among the
bills peased by the senate today were the
following: Senate bill to provide for the
d,,posal of the abandoned Foot MEgle
nss military reservation in Montana. na
der the bomeastead and mining lawa, for
educational and other purposes (1.1*
amendments). Senate bill creatiag two
additional land districts in Montana.
Assigas Mis lOasnesa
SBrma, Moat. Feb. 11.- sya iecaent
Aled today in the distriot court, dated
last June, Thomas Jeapseen Davisi tee
I so ofl nail $4
All our wintse goods are now belag
sold at actual ost to make needed reran
or spring sad summer goods.-Joe Con
The finest Apples it any qusatity at
Ityouare th fevor of proolaotse, trade
withJoe Cnuad." he wll protectro
ebani pihrice; if you favor fe
tiso 1imas he.is free sod not
bonu own to hlutde diof coOa of prioess
et.Justireceived a srge sesoriresnt of 1
are the mosi used of any insh world.
Wsar Inihfieldf of cmpetitios sad
will meel syo prie, from 'sybent se tn
the Unitedeheates, bardong eone.-Jos
If yonliketolooksioad Ueus take
a look at Jos. Oonrsd's towel window.
Try some of that Oasada not 0051,
The aoorich Lumber op. e preling ito
all ovme . it to pitieas wh "oe boo
tru Paticularly adapted to
cooking and sashesting stoves. Tel;
0phone No.iorNo. 1t
Call and see our lamps of ill kinds at
the Bee-Hive store, 406 Ventral eve.
For Penas lvsnia hard noel telephone
Nto. 195or No. Is.4
. W. Corti 7. Uotosa
COLE & .Coe,
Transfer & Express Co.
.i00 B, 10.
1,00 anea ra
o ass Whnsueswoseias.
S$7,500 IM1h"" **
$100 th5 sJ.th5Y"a North sad
: 6000 Althm0 Z aa.Nrh sa
fiesb - e asw. thvrsw ssts
aonma esn sease pros.e a sesatr.
J. W. SIR$ cc~.
11 AtulumnsI IalM, du;
GREAT FALLS,, MONT.
5ab . 1MM
Caspital, 4%0OO( Suup*5uVCOI
Having bought so immense line of g
ie' Msh Unwear
ON THE DOLLAR
We will offer the entire lot as
We kdow thstit is s littleoun of sens$n
for thee goods, bnt it will pay you tobuy
them now and yae 50 per cent. They
are all bright new goods.
Come early and secure some
some of these goods
New Y Cash B uzaar.
Terms 8trintly Cabh.
GREAT - BARGAINS
li 1Is, A ; Jewelry, Stera Silter,1s.
H. RW4OWALD, JEWELER:
LU Central Ave., Great Falle.
The IgSheek to ealtS kom at the bweat prices. AU gemolswarrned.
Oin It MB iO M T. Gahagan,
ILL AZ . R~AESTATEj
Gaug Vqjt aid :T . Busimin all additions.
pr. PM, ots on tJhe inotq e`'i'
-msr *uet 1n all sectio 6
Frnitue - and - Carpets!
Our tall stock excels anything ever shown here. Goods
are coming in and going out so fast that we cannot make
special mention. Call and see for yourself. We can pleas.
everybody with our large soleotion. We maintain our reputa
tion for low prices.
Central Avenue, - - Great Fall
Sol. Agent For the
Third Ateaoe end Third Street South'
Adjoining the new Boston Montan,
Smelter ground, below the immense dan,
near the Montana Silver Smelter. above
Giant Sprzg. A Hotel, Store and residences:
also Lumber and Fuel yards already on the
ground and other buildings contracted for
This is the cheapest and best investment in
vicinity of Great Falls. Lots from $150 t_
$800. Part cash and balance on time. For
particulars call on or address
.':W;YLEMR Room 19; Dunn Block, Great Falls
Suem. A l ntls, T. I. KIslhuehuldt, Trustee,
Iho.. IS, Bally blk, Heleas Helena, Mont.
0. H. OLARK,
the Choicest Brands of 1ii
kies, Wines and Cigars
CIGARS & TOBACCO always in Stock.
jU0PS.arTICoLES. FINE LIQUORS FOR FAMILY USE
'W'1"LI TTADE A SPECIALTY.
...m "` 0"Tysn & hith, Prep'rs, Dunn aIa
Kiltw huls Iso. GSU$AT FALLS.