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HE MYSTIC SHRINERS.
remonles Attending the Publio Installation of OMoers, of Al., gerla Temple. ollowed by a Banquet and a Bir Dance at Eleotrio Light Hal.l Sketch of the Origin of the Order, Its Tenets, Its Objects sad Its Many Features. The installation of omears of Algeria emple, Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, hick took place at Masonie ball last night, as, as usual, both brilliant and interest •. The hall was filled with ladies and obles, and the varied dresses of the one d the red fezzes of the others, combined ith the numerous banners to make up a leasant and inspiring picture. The elected Moors installed were: Illustrious potentate, ohn W. Thompson; chief rabban. J. H. entsith; assistant rabban, T. B. Miller; igh p:iest and prophet, S. E. Snider; riestal guide, J. D. Finn: treasurer, A. M. oltsT; recorder, George Booker. The fol wing were the appointed officers installed: irst ceremonial master, Ed. I. Zimmer an; second ceremopial master, Alfred hitworth; marshal, R. G. Young; captain f the guard, George It. Woods; outer nard, John C. Major; alchemist. F. D. ones. Anthony Harrity and J. H. Hall ere captains of the Arab patrol, and O. B. olan dirsetor of ceremonies. When Director Nolan had taken his seat ear the throne, the newly chosen officers ntered the hall, all attired in picturesque rab costumes. Illustrious Potentate bompson wore a va itty of colors, the ost conspienous being a purple mantle ad a yellow headdress. He was attended y two slaves, who tanried fans and sun mbrellas to see that no flies hit on the sad of the temple. Following came the thor dignitaries of saladin'sofficial house old, and Solomon in all his glory was not grayed like one of these. After they had arched around the hall twice Director olan appointed Noble Richard Lookey rand marshal to conduct the officers sev rally before him for installation. This he grand marshal did with a few pleasant ad appropriate remarks on each of them. e referred to the illustrious po entate as "a great politician ho always gets there; with nothing mall about him, head, heart or feet." hief Iabban Monteith was introduced as no who had "achieved fame as a member f the lump house, and who hails from a ity where smoke is the principal article of ommerce." Director Nolan ead the ormulas setting forth the importance of be several officers and instructing them in heir duties toward the temple. When the nstallation was over the illustrious poten ate made a short speech from the throne, eying that among the many good quail ies attributed to him oratory had been mitted. He extended a cordial welcome o the ladies present and thanked the no les and officers for the honor shown him. From the Masonic building the nobles ud their ladies went to Electric hall, here a banquet was spread. It consisted if this: toast Turkey, Bailed Ham. Spiced. Htoat Veal, Boiled Tongue, Celery, Ulives. Coned Capon with Truffles. Ihicken M ayonaise. Lobster Salad, Cream Biscuits, French Bread, ound Cake, Chocolate Cake, Citron Cake, Silver Cake. Lady lingers, Vanilla Ice Cream. pples, Oranges. Gaii rapes, Nuts, Raisins, Bent's Crackers, EdLam Cheese, Tea, ' Coffee, Zem Zem Water. When the menu had been fully dis nssed the formal toasts were announced. on. Samuel Word was toastmaster, and esponded to "masonry." Tne other re ponses were: "Templarism," Cornelius edges; "The Shrine," E. W. Knight; "Novices," Gen. Charles S. Warren; "The adies," Gen. C. B. Nolan; "I wish I was Shriner," Mrs. R. G. Young. After that here was dancing, which kept up till a late our, The Elite orchestra furnished the usic at the installation, the banquet and he dance. The committee of arrangements were John W. Thompson, Richard Lookey nd Francis D. Jones. A. C. Logan was master of ceremonies at Electric hall. The mystic shrine is of Arabic origin, and its official name is "The Ancient Arabia Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine." It was instituted by the Mohammedan Kalif, Ales, the son-in-law of the prophet Mohammed, in the year of the Higena 25, corresponding to 656 of the Christian era, at Makkan, in Arabia, as an inquisition or vigilance committee to dis pense justice and execute punishment upon criminals who escaped their just de serts through the tardiness or corruption of the courts, and also to promote religious toleration among the cultured men of all nations. From Arabia the order, by rea son of its practical benefits, rapidly ex tended into the different countries of the Orient, and is still the favorite of the many see:et societies which abound there. Its membershi. in all countries includes Christians, Jews and Mohammedans, one of its most noted patrons being the pres ent khedive of Egypt. Frequent revolu tions in the east have obkacured the order from time to time, but it has been as often revived, and frequently fell under the di rect patronage of the reigning sovereigns. From Oriental countries shrines grew in other lands, until Italy. France, Germany, England, and finally America, were repre sented. In 1870 the late lamented and talented eomedia, William J. Florence, received the degree of Noble of the Mystic Shrine at Cairo, Egypt, and obtained a special dis pensation to confer them in America. In 1871 he founded Mecca Temple in the eity of New York. From ibis mother temple in America the Shriners now in existence had their origin. The prerequisites of member ship are that one must be a Knight Tem olar or a Thirty-third degree Mason. The principal festivalsof the Arabians ate made the basis of the ceremonies of the Mystio Shrine, but only as regards their outward form. The number and variety of these festivals give ample scope to the talents of the Nobles, and lend a never-failing inter est to visitors. While the Shrine is at all times a liberal dispenser of charity and faithful ally to Free Masonry, it is not founded upon insurance or any but the broad principles of charity which man owes to man. Algeria Tempoe, in this city. is the only temple of the order in the state. It has a membership of 200, complising representa tiue men of all sections of Montana. Dolls 2ta cents and upwards at Buthober & lradleoys. They lead in low prices. Tuhe VWekly Iadepeadent, 1. pages to Jan. 1, 185:1, for $* Ooon Templars, Attention. There will be a special meeting of the nermbers of Helena Lodge, No. 2, I. O. G. T'., at the residence of Mrs. A. H. Priest, on Blroadway, at 7:30 sharp, to make ar rangements for attending the funeral of the late Bro. O. C. undy. Ar.ninT Fadsx, SBbcretary. UIOn. I. MAuTrN, C. '1T. Goet out at'e prices of utry goodl and ,,olaks sinewhver,,, lth.1n ,.lei to Hrunell's al we will .YvL' yneLl oln hiltf. Loars line o fancy novelties suitable for holl day presents at 'I hoe llo Ive. Why Is Rocky Fork Coal HIocomlUg So 1'opuiar and giving such great satisfaction? Becanuse they ale down 1,100 feet aind it is very com pact. Allordern filled promptly by UekcsiaiT linas. & E$oA, FIR DEPABRIENT TEIT. It Is Atteuded With some Zisolting side Ielaee alea Is suaseesfuL The Are department test yesterday after noon proved an lateresting event In many ways. It showed the 'lepart.nnt to ,be prompt in answerlng ealls and qulek to get £s work. Itralso reulted n theb leauening of the dog population by one; it inoident ally led to a dog fight and an accident by hich the triple-noule got sway from the nremen and caused a wld rush, in which several small boys were knooked down and one of them badly ant over the eye. Lawrenoe and Main streets, at the hay. market was selected as the point for the test. Lss than two minutes after the alarm struck the west side bore carriage was on the ground. Right behind it was the book and ladder from the oity hall which eame down Main street like a streea of lightningR. Alderman Klein, who was seated alongside of Driver Richards, says he saw nothing, owing to the gait they were going. lie didn't even hear the yelp of a poor dog that got under the wheels near Grand street and forthwith yielded up the ghost. The book and lad der arrived at the haymarket before the yelp did. The other apparatus, including that from the Northern Pacifi depot,were on the scene in remarkably short time. All the neighboring hydrants were brought into requisition and in a few min utes several streams were flying across the Haymarket lot, showinrf good direction on the part of the men and the great force of the water pressure. Ladders were ran up on the Iron Front building and a hose car ried to the roof, to demonstrate how snuc things could be done and their possible ef feet. The crowd that collected was very large. While it was busy watching the nctions of the flse laddies, there were several fierce gruwls on Main street, near Lawrence, and in an instant two big black dogs were rolled up in a knot, biting, snapping and yelping. The crowd rushed to see the fliht and the police had some difficulty making a way through the mass to separate the dogs. No arrests were made. After several more little excitements, consisting principally in sprinkling the crowd while shifting the hose, the triple nozzle was tried. This nozzle has a two-inch diame ter. Into it three streams are foroed. The volume of water pro jected from the nozzle is enormous and it reaches a great distance. It had been tried but a short time when one of the straps on the nozzle broke. Fireman Aus tin, who had hold of it, tried to control the nozzle without the aid of the strap. It was too much for him, however, and got away. cutting his left leg. There was a large crowd near by, mostly boys, and as the force of the three streams sent the big breass nozzle and the long line of hose whirling and twisting like a big bon constrictor, everybody made a rush for safety. It was well they did. as there was force enough in that stream to knock the breath out of a man or dash his brains out. In the rush several bovewere knocked down but not seriously hurt. Walter Don nelly, one of the boys, in trying to escape, ran blindly into the wheel of one of the hose carriages and laid his right eyebrow open to the bone. He was carn ed into the electric motor office and Dr. F. C. Lawyer dressed the wound. The little fellow showed wonderful nerve and was able to go home alone, The nozzle was recaptured after a struggle. Mayor Kleinschmidt, Aldermen Morrie, Fuller, Witmer, Klein and other city offi cials witnessed the test. Eight new aed elegant open stock pat terns of dinnerware to ,elect from at greatly seduced prices.F. J. Edwards, 19 bouth Main street. Holiday goods of all kinds at The Bee Hive. The Weekly Independent, 12 pages, to Jan. 1, 1893, for $2. Sam'l K. Davis' Special INVESTMENT BTOOKS. 1,000 Bannister (dividend payer), A 1 in vestment. 2,200 Iron Mountain, 82.o. Block of Helena and Victor. first-class investment, $2.25. 625 Bald Butte (last call), $2. 1,000 Poorman (dividend), $1.07X. 10,000 Copper Bell (most be sold), 7%o. 1,250 Camberland (snap). 3,000 Cumberland in lots. good purchase. Rooms 26 and 27, Bailey Block. Hand-painted Christmas cards, handkerchief and glove satchets. cushions, hed rerts, silk ,ic ture throws, and noveltie, oi all kinds, painted by artists at The Bee Hive. Legal blanks at this office. Albums' albums! albums! The Bee Hive has the largest display of albums in the city and prices are very low. Feed! Feed! Feed! More Feed! Kleinsohmidt & Brother (consolidated), are now filling their wholesale orders from their warehouse on the side track of North ern Pacific railroad, Montana avenue, and are now ready to name extremely low prices on feed, such as baled timothy and upland hay, bran and shorts, shell corn. Our goods are all guaranteed as repre sented. We do not buy job lots, conse quently have no trash. But commence on Monday to sell good goods at prices that will surprise you. F. . Edwards. The grandest display of holiday go'ids will be on exhibition this week at The ie Hlive. Notice. Every lady knows that the last part of December is the worst time of the year, be cause they have to study up and down to find a Xmas present to their husband or "best fellow" which he will pppreciate. Now, take Swend 9arlson's advice and get one of his genuine meerechaum or briar pipes, a box of cigars, a tobacco purse, etc. Nothing will make him feel more happy. The largest variety of smokers' articles west of Chicago. 38 and 132 Main street. Attention is called to prices made by F. J. Edwards in display ad, of this issue, A large line of ladies' and aents' handkerchiefs for the holiday's at Butcher & tlradley's. Brick Work Wanted. The Boulder Smelting company will ac cept bids for the building of a hot-air stove at their works at Boulder, Mont. Brick masons can inspect plans and specifloations at the works at Boulder within the next week. RootxRT STICHT, Supt. PicLture books, story books, paper dlls, A B C blocks. comical blocks, building blocks, games, pianos, violins, banjos. music boxs', harmonicas, metalaphones, etc., at The Bee Hive. Electricity Applied to Relieve Pain. Amalgam and silver fillings, $1 and up. Gold fillings, $3 and up. A full set of teeth, upper or lower, $10, Extraction of teeth with electricity, 0 cents. DUs. SKIMMIN & Eesal, dentists, Sixth av enue and Main. The display ,.f fancy canes in plush. kid, ooze, chamois, leather, polished wood, silk, satin, col loloih and hand-painled plaques cannot be equaled to that now on exhibition at 'lTho Ice Hive. How to Mlake Money. We are short of room and in order to re duce stock we will give a discount of 10 per cent on all toys purchased, this week only. This is for cash only. W. E. Nonals & Ba.o To those customers who failed to get waited on the past few days we beg your kind ladulgence and trust that hereafter we may ie able to take care of all comers. respectfully, V. It. tevenson, assignee. I Hereby Give Notlice That on the 1st of January, 18)2, I will again engage in the ice business, and solicit the patronage of my former customers and the public generally. O. A. BLAoxruulN. Fifty cents on the J)olinr. A fine line of clothing and gents' furnish. lug goods must be closed out immediately. bitok will be offered at 50 cents on the dol lar. Call soon in Novelty block, opposite lands Bros. COUNTY TAXES PAID UP, The Total Delinquent Amount Is Small Compared With the Sum Collected. This County Heads the List in Taxes Paid to the tate. County Auditor Reports In Favor of the City-Two Convictions Yesterday. County Treasurer Barden has prepared a very interesting, and comprehensive state ment showing the amount so far collected as taxes in Lewis and Clarke oonaty, the total being $277,098.79. For this amount 8,828 tax receipts were issued. Each ;e ceipt does not, however, represent a tax payer. The total number of people who pay taxes in Lewis and Clarke falls a little below the number of receipts given and in dicates that property is not in the hands of a few. The response to the tressurer''no tice that taxes were due was very good, so that there is but four per cent. of the total levy delinquent, or property bearing an as sessed valuation of about $1,000,000, most of the taxes on which it is expected will be collected before Jan. 1, 1892. Of the oounty taxes property within the limits of the sity of Helena paid $220,000 on a valuation of $22,000,000,and $5,000,000 of property outside the city limits paid $57.000. Of the total amount collected the state gets 25 per cent., county schools 85 per sent., new jail build ing 20 per cent., county funds 20 per cent. It will be noted that the percentage for the school fund is very generous and is in keep ing with the previous liberality of the tax payers in the cause of education. Another noticeable feature of these figures is the percentage which goes to the state, amount ing to $66,988.20. This is a larger sum than is paid by any other county in Montana. The total amount collected for the schools of the county is $92,185.10 divided among the several districts as shown in the table below. APPORTIONMENT. State tax, 2X mills................ 66.988 20 State tax on sheep, cattle and horses, 74813 County general tax, i/, mills ...... 40,194 11 (ounty ponr tax, 1/ mill............ 13,398 03 County jail tax, 2 mills .............. lI92 15 County road tax, 2 mills .. ..... 9,997 47 General scbool tax, 2 mills......... 88,990 20 Speoal school tax, liHelena District No. 1............................... . 21,970 72 Kessler's District No. 2............... 1,476 78 Canyon Creek District No. 4.......... 747 82 timiunl District No. 7 ................. 80 29 Fire Department tax.................. 094 79 Total.......................... $277,008 789 County Auditor's Report. William Bickett, county auditor, has made his quarterly report to the commissioners. Among other things he says that on each visit to the poor farm he has found it in good condition and heard no complaint from the inmates. The jail, owing to tem porary quarters, is not in as good shape as could be wished, but the officers in charge do all they can to keep it in good order. The total drawn from the poor fund for general charities for the quarter ending Aug. 31, 1891, was $8,286.96. Two Found Gullty. Frank Burns and Henry Ward were found guilty yesterday in the circuit court by juries. Burns was convicted of sending an obscene letter through the mails from Great Falls addressed to one Biggerstaff at Helena. Both are colored men. The jury went out at 11 a. m. When dinner time ar rived eleven of the jurors wanted to be taken to a hotel and have dinner at Uncle Sam's expense but the twelfth juror refused to go. The deputy marshal in charge of the jury had been instructed not to allow them to separate and the government was thus saved $6. The jury did not agree un til 5:15. Ward -was arrested last April with J. Brown at Butte for cutting open a mail sack. Brown escaped from the Lewis and Clarke county jail last summer and is still at large. In Favor of the City. The sealed verdict of the jury in the case of Mrs. Bertha Sohaetzle against the city of Helena for $20,000 damages was opened in the district court yesterday. It was in favor of the city. Mrs. Sohaetzle fell down an embankment some months ago on South Rtodnev street and claimed that her baby which was with her sustained injuries from which it died. To Be Tried To-Day. Three Bears, a Cheyenne who was with Buffalo Bill in Europe, was indicted for stealing a horse from Loves-His-Knife, a Cheyenne chief. William Thomas indicted for selling whisky to Indians. The trials of these prisoners have been set for to-day. Don't miss the last chance for bargains in boots and shoes at the Drew store. Statuary in bronze and bisque, vases, French chlin novelties, elocks, flowers in baskets, orna nents. bric-a-brac, etc., at The Bee Hiive. An artotype formerly sold in lielens for $5 only $2.75 at The Provider. Wm. Weinstein & Co. Mrs. O. WV. Jackson Has removed her dressmaking parlors from the Denver block to the Kleinchbmidi block, corner of Warren street and Sixth Boys tool chests in all sizes, hobby and rooking horses in every style, school deske, blackboards, boek and saw, mangi lanterns, tops, horns, imaer bles, tin pin games, board games, card runmo. paint boxes, hooks, steam engines, mslihaideal eye, etc., in great variety at The Bee Live. To Farnners. We have money on hand to loan oni m proved ranch property throughout the state with water for irrigating, Lowest rates. Time and terms to suit. Write, de scribing your property. Five per cent. in terest paid on savings deposits. MONTANA SAVINos BANK, Helena, Montana. Be sure anal v;islt the lioe Hive before making your holiday purchisas, there the largest, best nelected and most osuitable for present that can be found anywhere in the city. Rimini Stage Line. The office of the daily stage line to Rimini Is now at Payne's hotel, Park avenue. To accommodate passengers the stage will call each morning at 7:30 at Turner's grocery store, foot of Broadway. C. E. AxtN, Prop. 'lho Bee Hive solicit the trade of Sunday school land other committiles anti are prepared to fill any and all kinds of ordersto tm sit the amount <i funds to be expedeil. A liLe.al dis count allowed on all snll orders. Us p in Millions of B th Sta n g Used in Millions of Hlornes-40 Years the Standard. JOTTINGS ABOUT TOWN. Paert COha. Wllmot), a native of Great Britan, was .dmlittd to oitaznship yeter das In the disriOct court. The funeral sertloes of the late Oliver 0. Bundy will take place In St. Paul's Metho. dist church nu40y, 11 a. inm., Pastor Rol line officiating. The sewing society of the First Evangel teal church will hold an auction sale at their church hasurda evening, Dec. 10. Many things suitable for Christmas presents will be sold, Katie Tino and C. V. Murray were held for court by Judge Sanders yesterday, the former as principal and the latter as aeoos sory to the robbing of Harry iferaloy of $110 in a house on Olore street. John Loyd Thomas will deliver a lecture on prohibition at the Broadway Methodist ohurch this evening. The lecture is the first of a series to be given under the aus pices of the Hain Prohibition club. A gold brick weighing 8f56 ounces and worth about $11,000 has been received at the United States assay olice in lisens. It is the product of a twenty-seven day's run from the Royal gold and silver mine in Deer Lodge county. An entertainment for the benefit of the Womans' home will be given on Christmas night in Ming's opera house. This per formance will be attractive and unique and unlike anything ever given in Helene. The worthy cause for which it is given adds an appeal to the friends of this institution. "The Value of the Human Soul" was the theme of an earnest, eloquent and practi cal discourse last evening at the Christian church. The pastor impressed upon the minds of his hearers some exceedingly practicoal and beautiful lessons c:rncerning the welfare of their souls. A nood congre gation assembled, and the song service was excellent. No services will be held this evening, but beginning to-morrow will con tinue every evening next week. A bamboo easel for 98O at The Provider. Wm. Weinstein A Co. Miss Mary E. Jaekman gives private lessons in shorthand. Raeoom 15 Bailey block. apecial rates to Dee. 15. An artotyj with solid oak frame for $1 at The Provider. Wm. Weinstein & Cuo. This Day Is Your Last. We started last Monday to sell toys and dolls at 10 per cent, discount, and we have reduced our stock to that point where we have room enough for goods in transit. We will continue our 10 per cent. dis count sale until 11 p. m. this Saturday eve only. W, E. Nonirs & Bao. The Bee Hive still leads as the only first class o house in Montana. Their hine includes everything that is new, and their pricoes are lower than ever. A tea set for $4.25 at The Provider. Wen. Weinstein & Co. Will Receive Proposals. Until 12 o'clock noon, Dec. 22, 1891, the undersigned will receive proposals for one year's lease of 120 acres of land known as the Mountain Bome Cemetery together with implovements thereon. CITY CEMETERY COMMITTEE. Room 24 Bailey Iflock. Botcher & Bradley have made special arrange mentes with Santa Claus. Get your hulday goods there. An eight-day clock with oak ones for $5.50 at The Provider. Thomas & Dann. the .dressmakers, have re moved to 306 Warren street, corner Sixth ave foe. Notice to Stonemasons. A meeting of Union No. 4 of Helena, will be held next Tuesday evening for the pur pose of nominating officers for the ensuing year. A full attendance is requested. WILLIAM WILSON, Secretary. Select your holiday presents now and avoid the rush at The Bee Hive later on. + i Oysters on the half shell at the Motor Office. An oil painting. 20rx3, with gilt frame only 32,50 at The Provider. Wm. Weinstein & Co. Toys and Dolls. We have a part of our stock now on exhi bition and are daily making additions with new shipments. Toy guns. railroad trains, dolls, swords, animals, drums, tea sets, musical toys, childe' plated sets doll furni ture and dolls millinery, doll cabs, etc., etc. W. E. Nonars & BEo. Typewriting, room 15 Bailey block. Fresh lot of New York Counts, in shell, at the Motor Office. Go to The Bee Hive for Christmas cards. Mlme. Sperling Invites you to call and. inspect samples and styles of fine custom corsets. The styles correspond with those made at the estab lishment of Mile. Artz, in New York, and comprise all the latest French modes. Rooms 4 and 5, Denver block. A handsome bronze mantel clock worth $25, only $15at The Provider. \ m. Weinstein & Co. Mineral baths at Mineral Springs Hotel only 25 cents. Fine Cabinets $3 Per Dozen. Artistic, finely retouched and elegantly finished cabinets reduced from $5 to $3 per dozen. J. P. Ball & Son, photographers. Don't you know there are but few op portunltles to buy standard boots and shoes as cheaply as now at the Drew store. Con Hlecker Has opened a hay, grain, feed, produce and commission business on corner Main street and Eighth avenue. Give him a call. Christmas comes but once a 'ear and The Beoo Hive takes up the intervenino time to place their orders so as to meet the wants of all. Dr. T. 55. Pleasants. Practice limited to diseases of the eye, ear, throat and nose. Office, Granite block, Main street. The Ilen live has formed a co.partuerehip with Santa Claus, and that well known individ ual will boy all of Iis presents for his young friends as this establishment. Live oysters at Motor Oltice Try Osr Pea or C.hesnult Coal, thoroughly screened, for your furnaces. Ton lots at $4.25; car lots, $3.85, deliv eled. OGLaOIsIIST 11i0os. & EDGAu. TIhe Weekly Independent, 1i pages, to Jan. 1, 18i:, four $2. Try ltoeky Fork Lnlup Coal in your furnaces and hard coal burners. It's fine. Only $6.25 per ton. On.aaIL srT Baos. & EnGAR. have you erver hIeard of the celebrated Wash burn mills, of Minnenpois? Onlty think of it, t20 care are requird,l oeory ay to taken wheat into and lour anst offal out lof thin thrte,. real mills of Watshburn. ('roeby 'o, 'their 'ie.l'a' tlhur is guarantel d to be le.tter than anlly' hloulr malnlll taeturud. All tirst laiss g*rocrs iloop it. A. Ii. Gatus Urocery collpany, mill genlta, inloena. RALEIGH & CLARKE'S Reductions that are Genuine In consideration of the extraordinary low prices, we most consider all sales to be for CASH, Coupons will not be taken on goods at reduced prices. We will, from to-day until Jan. 1, offer snuh reductions throughout our house that will surprise all buyers of Dry Goods in this city and claim the careful attention of everyone who have this class of goods to buy. 'Ihis is no fake, but a bona fide change in prices, as given below. In some oases the goods are prieed for loss than they can be replaced at wholesale and are beyond the reach of competition. 8ILK DEPARTMENT. 'Per Yard. 40different shades, 10-in. Bilk Velvets, reduced from.......1.50 to $1.00 10 different s''ades 18-in. Milk Pleush reduced from....... 1.00 to .015 10 different shades 52-nt. Milk Plush, reduced from........ 1.50 to 1.00 0 different shades Brocade Volveteens, reduced from... 1.00 to .40 10 different shades Satin uRta dame, 10-tn., reduced from 1.50 to .90 20 different shades fine uarab, 20-in., reduced from .l and 1.25 to .75 20 different shades fine French Faille Francais, reduced from ..................... 1.50 to 1.10 These Mlke lnelnde Ileasutiful Evening Shadesle, as well as Dark Colors, anti for Street Wear. 20 pieces 19-in. Colored Satins reduced from...............$ .50 to $ .5, 20 pieces 19-in. Colored Matins, reduced from.............: .75 to .50 1 lot Blacok 20-in. Gros Grain bilk, reduced from.......... 1.25 to .80 1 lot Black 24-in. Gross Grain Silk. reduced from.......... 1.50 to .95 1 lot 22-in. Black Surah Silk. reduced from............. .85 to .00 1 lot 24-in. Black Burah bilk, reduced from............. 1.150 to 1.00 1 lot 20-in. Black Faille Fran cais bilk, reduced from..... ].50 to 1.15 1 lot 22-in. Black Faille Fran cais bilk, reduced from..... 1.75 to 1.25 1 lot 24-in. Black Faille Fran oaies ilk, reduced from. ... 1.85 to .90 1 lot 22-in. Black Satin iha dame, reduced from........ 2.00 to 1.85 1 lot 22-in. Black Pean Do Soie, reduced from ......... 1.50 to 1.00 1 lot 24-in. Black Penn Do Bole, reduced from......... 2.25 to 1.5J 1 lot 24-in. Black Peau D)o Soie, reduced from......... 2.50to 1.751 Nothing like these Silks, Velvets and Plushes will ever be seen again in this city for the money. Helena Jewelry Company POWER BLOCK, SIXTH AVE. Are showing a splendid line of Goods for the HOLIDAYS Wat has, Jewelry and Silverware, In new and elegant designs. Also the best assortment of gold and silver headed Canes and Umbrellas In the city. We make a specialty of Jewelry manufacturing and watch repairing. Call and see us. Power Block, Sixth Ave. If you wish to stop in a First-Class Hotel go to Mineral Sprigs Hotel The Largest and Best Hotel in the city. Accessi ble by electric carr to all parts of the city. Rates, $2.00 per Day and upwards. Mineral Water and Mineral Batths in the Hotel free fur the guebtsof the Hotel. MARCUS LISSNElR, Proprietor. Lissner's Mineral Spring Water. It is acure for the following diseases: Dye peoia., Indigotlion., IItiuauessa. travel. Ca tarrh of the btoninlch and HBowls. PIt l ls. Kidney, Bladder. Sour Stoatuch, and skin diseaes, s taun droda of testimonials can be seen at Mineral Spritgi Hotsli OFeric or DB. M. I.O'KMAN. HELENA, Mo'.'r. Nov. , 58 1t: MAnRCUS LtosNrIt. I'S.-- My .lar Sir: SincO I road the report. of an analyeis mnalo by Professor Thloma 'rico A oion, of 0yo r p'ing water. I fonndl that it is unot only a puit drinkinlg water, but it is of ltl Ih:uraleutie valte fur mtany dis eases, vri: Ahliotla.ne. indiiestrlion, conetips lion, liver, kidney nns! b:aldder dieisraes, also fo thoBse saffeoring with gavel. I ant luetifiod in recommndo e iin- vo:lr Ietrug water to those uffser ing with the alho'e menoatlod ait *, eats. and by tieing the water for tuo or three weeko it will re coutmend itself. Very truly yours. M. ROCKIMAi, A . D, READ WHAT THE IORAT TEMPEI ANOt LEttTltERl HAS TO SAY. HIELENA,I MiOT.. Autt. l0, 189111. .IY IIrvR Mn. laiell --It givies tot great pIe*sure to elatet briefly the great betitiLt I hlavI oceivsd trem theus oft lh le lstmr epli.g water. I rave I sn for iroet years athitted with kidney trouble, .aising Illo intelns pail. I hlnvi laiakn ltoll nltdliinoe, withl but li.t I r liof. 1 have useid porous plasters. Thely gave 1otu om peor.y relief. 'Pite s.evre pain- in tity be.o yet reisllnid. I conniltllenlood the tisi of the hcirino water about live wreeks arso ant itntnodlatlly got relief. I to-l no more pain or aclhesl, rinate with perfsct feredom andil have every rte.eulo to' believe I lllt ent ily ctllrl \Vith muywhole heart do I thanlk yo for this water of life,. Woure ill haste, o IIANC IS MUIIPHYII. SAPPHIRES FOIR SALE AT A BIAR(iAIN. 4,000 -Carats Montana Sapphliras-4,000 A rare chance for any person wishing to procure these beautiful getns. Otn exhibitionl at the office of D. A. Richardson, Mining Broker, Granite Block. . " PATENTS. - United States and Foreign Pat. ents obtained and any information given. EDWARD C. RUSSELL, Attorney at Law. Pittaburgh Block. Helena, Mont. T. P. P WE . 1 --JOBBERS AND DEALTap Mini and FarmMa STEAM BOILERS; PUMPS AND H10 Wi1=o IHoiztixgzE Rop, :op. z? Wagons--Ouartz, Lumber and Farmn-W ~a W4 Fence Wire, Wind Mills and Pumps. 50 DIFFERENT STYLES OF VE f1l 4 In order to make room for Winter Goods willc lose out Vh~eo at an advance of 10 per cent. above cost. Call and see for. 4*DONOGI-IUE & M'CARTHY,* PLUMBIERS AND GAS FITTERS. Sanitary Work a Sieclalty, - Jobbing Promptli Atttilol, TO TELEPHONE No. 89. No. 34 PARK AVENUEt. HOLIDAY GOODS We will to-day place on our Special Sale Counters our entire Stock of Holiday Goo:ls, consisting of Plush and Leather Covered Albums, Dressing Cases, Manicure Sets, Fancy Clocks, Smoking Sets, Gentlemen's Collar and Cuff Boxe;s, r And Small Toys suitable for the little ones. These goods will gop. .:;, at less than cost as we are desirious of closing them out. People;, looking for Holiday presents will do well to avail themselves of t'ii:& these bargains. ; - GREENHOOD, BOHM & C,:O. BOARDING HOUSE. Miss A. E, Kelley Has Reopened Her Boarding House at 104 Broadway, NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE, At which place she will be more than pleased to see all of her former customers and friends. Meals will be served as usual with the same promptness and attention. PRICBE, $7 P.IR WEEK" Very Respectfully, A. E. KELLEY. FOR FINE F[RNISIING GOODS, HATS, AND ALL THE LATEST fT NOVELTIES IN MEN'S WEAR, -GO TO Reed, Craig & Smith C THE PIONEER SHIRT I¶MUFACTURERS, HELENA, MONTI 'FOWLES' CASH STOE HOLIDAY GOODS, DOLLS. All of this season's production, ranging in price from one e to $18. ,, IMPORTED TOYS. FANCY GQ New and special styles in Plush, Metal, Leather, Oa4k Celluloid. We can show you the handsomest and 4 "'he eat line of plain and initial silk and lines handAe. 4. the city. FOWLES' - CASH S The Leading Millinery, Notion and..s " e