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Recent Developments in the KýWOOD district, comprising the Bradford, Brooke and Syndicate Additions to Helena, make the above staItement almost absolutely true. But there are other features of this part of Helena that out weigh the probability of finding gold in paying, quantities, and those are the freedom from smoke and dust that _ KENWOOD _ _ 17 ' ' , " , . . .. Enjoys beyond any other suburb. the direct water service, insur ing purity and freshness, the fine view, the rich soil, school facil ities, street car service, good drives and numerous other advantages. Prices are now reasonable, and the present is the time to buy. My list com prises many very choice locations. 2_M. 7UTH, H 214, 215, 216, POWER BUILDING, HELENA, MONTANA. IOMEN WHO PLAY POKER Once Imbued With the Spirit, They Are More Reckless Than Men. a Pretty Woman Who Worked a Bug and Raised a Great Row. How Pairs, Man and Woman, Work the Boarding Houses-Others Who Are " Not So Retired. The gaming instinct is as old as the world and when occasionally there arises a hue and cry as to its prevalence in modern Gotham, public interest is at once awakened and we are supposed to be on the road to ruin says the New York Recorder. In one of his studies Hogarth represents two ruf fans, seated upon a tombstone and engaged in matching pennies. In the eager, hawk like expression of the eyes. the set lines about the mouth and the look of absorbed interest in the faces the artist has faithfully portrayed the gamester. Gamblers of the present, however, do not match pennies; instead they play poker. As for women, once imbued with the spirit of gaming they become even more reckless than men. In New York there are to-day any number of quiet little poker parties made up of women who secretly spend every cent they can ob tain in the seductive sport. One of the most inveterate gamblers I have knowledge of is a young widow whose valor is equal to her discretion, but whose mad propensity to gamble has brought her to the brink of bankruptcy. She invaria bly resided in a fashionable locality, where, installed in luxurious apartments, she re oeived her numerous feminine visitors. These ladies frequently remained late, often deferring their departure till long after midnight. The little bird that tells tales soon spread the report, and it was io mored that high play was indulged in, that hundreds of dollars passed from fair hands to others equally as fair during these seances. One evening there was an uproar. Chairs were overturned. There was stamp ing of feet, while angry feminine exclama tions issued from the room. Investigation showed three indignant women, who were pouring the vials of their wrath upon the discreet widow, who had been detected in "filling" her hand from a "hold out" ar ranged beneath the table, a contrivance into which could be conveyed cards from the pack, to be drawn from at pleasure. In consequence, the widow was obliged to re linquish her illicit gains and simultaneously her apartments. Then there is the married pair of profes sionals, who practice is to make boarding house acquaintances, whom they entice into a little "friendly game." Their usual method is to "whip-saw;" that is to say, when their opponents bet. one or the other will proceed to "raise" until the outsiders withdraw. No one venturing to "call," the husband or wife sweeps in the stakes. A pair of this description have a cleverly devised code of signals by which they ascertain each other's cerde. /1'hey fuonish a buffet, to which their guests have access, and nothing is spared to provide material comforts for the unwary. Many s mnan who drops in there for a social ga.lsl dlrops out with barely his car fare. As tlhe predatory nature of these amiable enter taiuers becomes known it is necessary for them to change their quarters from time to time. They frequent the larger boarding houses, and a peculiarity of their prolonged stay in a house is that while they pay puuo tually, other lodgers fall promptly in ar rears. Women gamblers usually associate with masculine companions. A favorite mode of procedure for a gambler is to select two pretty young women and establish them in a flat, where he will invite casual acquaint ances to pay a social call. The women, who have "learned their little book," treat the gambler and his companions with polite reserve. During the evening one of the women will propose a game of poker. The men acquiesce and the game begins. The women carefully watch the eye of their leader and play under his direction. He deals them good cards, while he himself is a loser. 'Ihey win and the outsiders lose to the amount of $50 or $150 in, perhaps, half an hour. To watch one of those dainty decoys, with her hands clasped, the tips of her fingers resting against the dimple in her chin. one would suppose her a marvel of guilelessness. She is not to be trusted. She poses for effect, but not in the artistic sense. With her fin ger tips thus. she indicates to her compan ion that she holds a pair of aces and awaits instruction. Not one of her countless little tricks of gesture and intonation but con veys its meaning in cipher to her partner. After a time the gambler and his friends take their departure. The outsiders have passed a pleasant.evening. and, having lost in agreeable company, no one is disposed to grumble. The true nature of these sittings is not suspected, and the stranger returns again and again until he has no more money to squander. This class of gambler divides his profits with his feminine ac complices, who often become as expert as himself. It is then that the gambler grows uneasy, his abiding fear being that one or the other of the women may become at- tracted to some wealthy victim whose re current visits mean a steady profit. Should his fears be realized, the woman in the lan guage of the sporting fraternity, will "give the whole snap away." Consequently the gambler selects for his "side partners" women who are non-susceptible and hard ened as himself. There are also other games in progress less systematic and for lower stakes. A Fifth avenue dressmaker, considering the proceeds of her establishment insufficient, quietly intimated to her patrons that they might play in a room which she had fur- nished for the purpose. Htercustomers, find ing it a convenient rendezvous, made ap uointments with others who were in the secret, and, as a result, the modiste netted a neat profit by this new formuof patronage. Poker playinu is rapidly invading the salons of society, while abroad it is referred to as the national game of Americanss. :Nociety women in giving toeas and recep. tions have become weary of the inevitable recitations and piano playing and have taken to cards. At first the stakes were small, but this being voted a trillo slow, they were gradually increased. Now it is no uncommon occurrence that after one of these delightful little "at homes" there are those who leave with purses considerably lightened. Poker playing is unquestion ably the popular fad among young matrons, but as the husbantds of the fair exploiters do not interpose their objectione, there seems no apparent excuse for the prohibi tion of this fashionable amateur highway robbery. Will hoInld czlan rlnt rremdy for sick healdathe. 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Indod so st i-ng is a.y fulth il Its eftcns:y, iblue l will tend w'wo esir', I.eo rac.Ewith SVALUAIII.IC 'iltEA'TISJ, en tiny diisuos to rnu el. freer who will 1eed me their Eleprtea aud PO. IOaddrres T. A. Stlocums, ill. CO 181 IPearl I.. .N. e. .UMMONS-IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF the First Judioia district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. Hi. M. Brandegee and E. N. Brandegee, part ners doing and transacting business under the firm name and style of irandegee Jros , plain tiffs. vs. William L. Steele. executor of the last will and testament of Mary Ann Eckert de ceased, Martha 'laylor Eckert Scbwabse, red A. Sohwabe. iHenry Gebhardt and Edward Wagner, defendants-Amended summons. The state of Montana sends greeting to the above named defendant'. Youn are hereby required to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff in the district court of the /irst judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, and to answer the complaint filed therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day of tervice) after the service on you of this summons, if served within this county; or. if served out of this county, but within this district, within twenty days; otherwise within forty days. or judgment by efatult will be taken aotainstyou. according to the prayer of said complaint. The said action a brought to obtain a de cree of this court forthe forjclosore of two cer tain mortgages described in the said complaint and executed by the said William L. Ifteele as the executorof the last will andl testament of Mary Ann Ecokrt. deceased, Martha TaylTor 'ckert chlwabe and Fred A, Schwabe, on the 21st day of August, 1889, the property embraced in and affected by said mortgages being all those certain lolt, pieces or parcels of land situate, lying and being in the towneite of the city of Helena. in the county of Lewis and Clarke, tlhen territoy, now state of Montana, bounded and particularly described as follows, to-wit; Lots numbered one, two, four, fourteen and fifteen, in block number teven; lot nnmber two in block number twenty-six. and lot number four in block num ber twenty-seven; as said lots and blocks are numbered, designated and described on the plat of caid iownrite on file in the office of the county recorder of said county of Iewis and Clarke. 3atd lt,, numbered one and two, in block num ber rseven, having, subsequent to the execution of s.as mortgages, bn released from thebs lien of ancd mrtgages by the plaintiffs. Each of said mortgages havitg been made to secure the pay mont of a certain promissory note, dated Aug. 21, ]b6i, made by said Wiliam i. teele as such exeontor. and Martha Taylor iEckert kcbvab and Iro:L A. ichwabe, eact of said notes being for the sum of three thousand dollars, and each being payable in gold. or its equivalent, on the ist day of Augucs, 1J92. to the order of saidH. M. and E. N. trandegooe, with interest thereon at the rate of tan percent. per annul. interest paly able nsmi-aniually, and each of said mortgagee provided that in case of default in the payment otf interest as in such note snd mortgage prO vided, the whole of the principal and interest ;hould become, at tihe option of the moriageee, . yabahe whether tihe ame shouldat such time be bythe i ermn thereof due and payable or not: and default having been made in tihe payment of the interestca of said notes and each of them. and said notes acd sach of thems having become by reason of much default payable, and the amount doe upon scid notes andi mrtgages ia the aggregate at, the time of the comomenisment of this action beiog thle els of six thousand dollars principal. togiethler withl interest thereon at thie rate of ten per cent oer annum from the 21st rl.s, of August, tI50, ansi the sum of cixty-five dollars paid for insurance as authorized by sail mortgages. to gether wlith inlerest sn the sum of sixty-five dol arse at ths, rate of ten percent tar annum from the lith day of Januaory, 1891; that the premises convoyed by v*id morlgastes may Ia sold, save and exceptl said lots numherl one and two, in block nunsbecr sovet, vo as itaorosaid released from the lien of raid morlcages.and the proceeds of the satu thhreoe alpllead its tihe payment ofsald mortgage, asnd l:pronltsory notes, with interest lhoreon at i lo rate of tell or cenoot, per annum so afor-,aild. and live hundryd dollars noun'el fee, andl costs of sait. And in cais such pro cecile are not sufailsont to puy the same, then to obtain eoucltion a~ainst said ddefendante, Martha 'l ayhr Ecbskort Holwaic, Frml A. Schwabe, and tiss estale of the said Mary Ann Eekert do ceaosed, for tihe balacre remaiiong duo: cud also that the caildeloendcnt.. aad ail persons claim SIgy. Isslyrough or tlder ther or eithler of them, may le l arred and foreelosie of all right, claim.t liol, equity of redenmption andal interstin and to suid mortgageld prelnasers, save and exceptas re rlea,ed ar alarsald: and also that any and all claimsn ot tihe sald leflon 'ants. lnry (iebhardt and iEdward Wagner.s in anti Io said premises, If any claimno they have. bh adjudgied and decreed to ae subsequent atdl subsrtinats to tle lien of said maarttageg: uanl Isfar co.mral relorf. And you are hierby notified that If yon fail to appear and answer the msaid crmiplalnt, as above roquiredi. the said plaitilft will apyply to the eoclrl tisc tha raslet l, allOallavl itn siad complaint. stvena usrder my iauil andl te etal t f the dle rila: courtof tihe lirs t j,idicisl dlstrict of the sate of Montana. in and for the cotstyof Lewlis aind ( larks. this awlltlh day aof leytemier. in true year of our Lord, one tllhou.sand eight hundred ani a ilnolyun.e, IlscalJ JOIIN BErAN, Clerk. Uy it. it.'aaO,.srios, bsaipty Cleck. MIoAesA IOI:LlLl,A D, As tasrcla y foar 'laintlif, SBS1E.Y lil,UI,; itl.ltti l t(:ifIANY--AT A SmesstiUg of it)l. lotee art la l ersey Bliss iliunKg acosIspaesy, sil tt I l ii. oilica of the c'itmipaniys ! n I laiit aunatisl,-ii amount of Ol ll beisnag lelartc,,scilarl J it saint vaad to sail a speasitl s. ic5ti5g: sfa lras aachmlaldr, at ties ctm iay'a oi, cvs., I Helena, on llse tlot day of D)ec clnh r, at four o'closI, a. o .. for I|o pllrposu of soltnow olpols lisa lre planls to leaarganizg rho com peny ltoss cc n soca., le Ut av sosl ba.. liohias, Moot, Uct. i, lin1. THE CHICAGO, -_- MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL R'Y. Is the Fast Mail Short Line from St. Paul and Minneapolis via La Crosse and Milwau kee to Chicago and all points in the East ern States and Canada. It is the only line under one management between St. Paul agd ChiaRgo, and it is the Finest Equipped Hallway in the Northwe st. It is the only line running Pullman Drawing-room Sleep. ing cars with luxurious smoking-roomse, and the finest dining-oars in the world, via the famous "River Bank Route." along the shores of Lake Pepin and the beautiful Mississippi river to Milwaukee- and Chioa go. Its trains connect with those of the Northern lines in the Grand Union depot at St. Paul. No change of oars of any class between St. Paul and Chicago. For through tickets, time tables, and full information, apply to any coupon ticket agent in the northwest. C.B. LBKIC1ER, Secoad Floor Herald Building, BLANK BOOKS ;. To Order.;. DOOKS NEATLY RULED and PRIINS b. jL. SMITH, S, Freight and Transfer I I . HELENA, MONTANA. Allkinds of merchandise and othr frelghtr Ineluding ore, promptly transferred from the ipet. Orders will receive prompt attention. Oinom--At J. Feldberg's Stoie and at the Depot. -HELENA MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE 047,.49,-61,-53, N. Ewing St., HELENA, MONTANA, iI 1 DISEASES OF WOMEN A SPECIALTY. Also separate departments for all Chronic dils eses of both sexes. J'ationta, haves all IIhe faell. tis of a iHospital. and yet enjoy the comforts and hme-like aurroundingro f a wll-equipped privte Institutolun. ''ill intittluiton is rovI.ed with all modern appllances, such as Elortrwlty, Turkih. Medical and lsectrlu itths, petfeet rsanitary arrngements. ate,. F'or particulars, addreos: Dr. O. H. DOD+E, Propr., Helena. Mont. IMONTANA UNIVERSITY. UNIVERSITY PLACE, NEAR HELENA. FALL TERM OPENS SEPT, 3, 1891. Course of Inetruction-l, College; 2. College Preparatory; 8, Business; 4 Normal; 5 Music; 6i. Art. lsoInstruction In Common lrncahw. ABLE INSTRUCTION, ELEGANT BUILDING W'IFend for Catalogue to the President. F. P. TOWER. A. M., D. D TO CHICAGO IN LESS THAN 14 HOURS -via the NORTHWESTERN LINE C. ST. P. M. & 0. Ry. C. & N.-W. Ry. The Shortest and Best Line From St. Paul to Chicago, Bioux Olty and Omaha. The only line running all iet Pueenger Tiain in less than 14 hours between St Paul and Chi1 raao. and while this tirm is quick, trains do not have to run at as high rate of sr.eed to make their time a on other lines, because this line is shorter theany other line. "The, Pullman and Wagner Vestibuled Limit ed" leavin eit. Paul at 7:10 P. M., makes the trip to Chicago in 18a hours, returning in 1i hoaur and 25 minutes. 'The Daylight Express." leaving St. Paul at 7:45 A. Il.. makes the trip to Chsicago in 18 hours and o0 minutes, returning in 18 hours and 45 minutee. This is the only line by which connections are assured in Chicago with all fast line trains from Chicago to the east and south In the snurning and at night. Close connct lions are made at St. Paul witb Northern Pacific and Great Northern trains. For rates, mlaps, folders, etc. ap ly to ' T.W. TEASDALE, Geneoral Passenger Agent. St. Paul. Miln. UMMONS--IN THE DISTRICT COURT Op the First Judiocial district of the state of Montana, in anid for the counlmty of Lewisaud Clarke. F. t. P. Lindsay, plaintiff, vs. A. E. Boran, defendont. The state of Montana lends greeting to the above named defendant. You are hereby requtrert to appear in an actlon brought aginat yon oy the above named plaintiff in the dlatrlot court of the first ludolaist district of be state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. and to answer the complaint filed therein, within ten days (eoclasivoe of the day of service) after thIe service on yon of this summons, if served within this county; or, If served out of this county, but within this district. within twenty days: otherwise within forty rdays. r judgment b dslfault will be taken atainstyo. according to the prager of said eomplaint. 'lhe said action is brought to recorer the eum of 41t with, interest at 10 per cent per an num from January 1 18il, due the plaintiff for money loaned defendant at his requesst, between January 1. 18900, and Decembeor ii, 1890; alao in the sum of $i 500 end interest at 12 per rent pes annum from January 1, 190, now due on a cer tain promissory note for that amount, dated June Q, 1000. due oa or before January I, 1i891, with interest at the rate of 12 per et per annum from January 1. 1890 said note being made and executeosd by dekendant. and delivered to plaintiff and payable to him or his order; and for costs. And you are hereby notified that if you fall to appear andt answer the said complaint, as above required, the said plaintiff will takL uita meno for the sum deo.ndmed in the complalint, to. wit: $115 and Iitorer at 10 per cent par annum, frot. Jlanoury I. 1880. and the further so on }1,500 and itor.erest rt 12 per cent per annum from Januarn 1. 1810; and cGtta tf suit. OGven under my hband and the seat of the die trictcourt of the First judicial distriot of the late of Montana, in and for tihe county of Lewis and ti'lrke. this thirteenth da. or July. In the year of our L.ord, one thousand eight hundred and ninety.one. [eal] JOhN BIAN, Clerk. l C. SuTeaL. Pilantil's Attornejr. MERIFF'S SBALE-JOHANNAH GLA patiff. vs. Andrew Glass, defendant. Underand by virtue of an orderof saler decree of foreclosure and sale issued out of district court of the First judicial district of state of Montana, in and for the cothu of Le and Clarke, on the ld day of eptember. A. 1891, in the above entitled action. whec Johannah Glass, the above named plaintiff, tamed a judgment and decree of foreclos and sale egainst Andrew Glass. defe ant, oe the 16th day of J1ne, A. lbea. for the sum of a800. besides inter costs and attorney feas, which said decree was the 11th day of June. A.D. 1891, recorded in ja ment book No. "(t" of said court at page 10 am commanded to sell all those certain 1 seces or parcels of land, situate, lying and bet n the county of Lewis and Clarke, state of M tana, and bounded and described as follows, wit: Sthe northeast quarter of the eouthwest qn ter of section four (4), township ten (10), nor of range four (4) west of the prindioal muridi of Montana containing in all abot forty no, of land. Together with all and singular the teneme hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto longing or In any wise appertaining. Public notice is hereby given thaton Saturd the itoh day of October, A. D. 1891, at 1lo i m. of that day at the front door of the couethou Helena, Lewis and (larke county. Montea will. in obedience to said order of salesnd doe of foreclosure and sale, soll the above desril property, or o mucoh thereof as may be noces to y said judgment with interest and cos to the highest end bst bidder for cash in i Given under my hand this 24th day of Sept. b.r, A. D. 1891. CHAS. Mh. JEFFERIS. Sher By RALPH, (. JOHNSON, Deputy Sheriff. SUMMONS-IN THE DISTRICT COU Sof the First Judicial District of state Montana, in and for the county of Lewis a Clark-. Alice M. Fetterolf, plaintiff, vs. L. J. Fetter defendant. The state of Montana sends greeting to above named defendant: You are hereby required to appear in an sctl brought against you b the above named plain In the district court of the First judicial distr of the state of Montana, in and for' the county Lewis and Clarke and to answer the compla filed thersein,within ten days (eaclusmve or the of serise) afterthe servie on you of this su mono, if served within this county or if sore out of this county, but within this district, with twenty days, otherwise within forty days, judgment by default will be taken asatast y adcording to the prayer of said oompaint. Tlhe said action is brought to obtain a decree said court dissolving the bends of matrimo aow existing between youen and the plaintiff he in upon the grounds of extreme cruelty on yo part towards plaintiff while residing in theest of Montanca. and for the custody of the mis ohild, of and for a more particular statement the cause of action herein yuen are referest to t complaint on file in said court. And you are hereby notified that if you fael appear and answer the said complaint. as abe required, the said plaintiff wiin apply to t court for the relief demended in the complain Given under my hand and the seal of the d trict court of the First judicial district of state of Montana, in and for the count of Le and Clarke, this lst day of September, in the ye of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred a ninety-one. I Asl JOHN BEAN. Clerk. HL. 1L'T p0oeox, Deputy Clerk. J. Mi. CLInmiTe, Attorney for plaintiff. SUMMIONS-IN THE bISB'ICT (ioRT Sthe First Judicial district of the state M•ontana, i and for the county of Lewis a Clarke. John 8. Edwards,. plaintiff, vs. Carolineu kardq defendent_ The state of Montana sends greeting to t above named defendant. You are hereby required to appear in n ati br.ught against you by the aslve named plain l the district court of the l'irst judicial diotri 'of bhe state of Montana, in and for the count Lewis andl Clarke, and to answer the compli filed therein, within ten days (exclunsire of t day of service) after the lservice on you of it summons, if served within this county or. served out of this county, but within this diatri withi twentydays: otherwise within forty dat cr judment by default will be taken asainstyo s ,corenlii to the prayer of said complaint lbh saicd action is broulht to dissolve I bonds of matrimony between the plontiff anti fendant on tie grounds that the defendant di on or about the first day of Jannary, 188. w fuly antsol witout cause, desert and aband plaintiff .no ever since has, and still d wilfully and witlhout canoe, continue to li's and abandon plaintiff and live sepralt apart froni lhut. And you are hereby notified that if you fail appoar and answer the said cemolaint, as abe roiuired. the said plaintiff will apply to ti court tor tihe relief denmaull in the cumplali Uiven untlder my hand and tihe eel of the di trlct court of the First judicial district of state of Montana. in and for the canty of I and (lacrke, this eglcttclltlh day of Atgust. tle year of our Lord, one thltusacd oiglt b.n - i i nicetyione j Hyt. A. Tuooprfon. Deputy., rk. sWum. & IixW /. i, hWaotlfe s Abttornor m