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The Anniversary of the Martyr's
Birth is Fittingly Celebrated
in Helena.
A Pleasant Entertainmient by the
Bona of Veterans Last
lastle, Iteltatlons, speech Makingl, Quilt
Voting Contest, a Fine Supper
and a Good Dance,
The anniversary of the birthday of
Abraham Lincoln, the martyred president,
is essentially a Sons of Veterans day. It
was observed by the U. S. Grant camp, of
that order, in Helena, by a celebration that
reflected great credit upon the organization
and afforded enjoyment for the largest
crowd that has ever been gotten together
in Grand Army hall. The Sons of Veterans
and the members of the Wadsworth post
of the Grand Army of the le ublio were
all "present or accounted for." The ladies
were also there in great numbers. The
entertainment opened by First Sergeant
Worden, of the camp, reading the order on
the observance of the day. This was fol
lowed by some fine selections by the West
Side Quartette club, and a recitation by
Miss Clara O'Connor. Prof. H. C. Yaeger
and C, H. Clark gave a piano duet, and
Rev. J. H. Crooker, of the Unitarian
church, was introduced as the speaker
of the evening. He began by referring
to the great men of the country-Lincoln,
Grant, Alex. Hamilton, etc., and said Lin
coln was the greatest of them all. He was
greater morally than Grant. Born and
raised in an humble cabin, he rose to the
highest honer in.the gift of the American
people. And at that high station he re
tained all his simplicity born of his early
training and associations. He was patient
and bore the troubles which beset him with
patience; never complaniing, he shouldered
the burden put upon him and bravely ear
ried it until be laid him down in a martyr's
grave. His origin and his rise to the head
of the nation was the most striking illus
tration that could be produced of the illim
itable possibilities of America, and the
widly open gates to honors that lay before
all Americans. The speech was intently
listened to and roundly applauded.
A violin duet by Al Oldham and Miss
Deegan, with piano accompaniment, fol
lowed, after which came a song by the
quartette, who were encored. Their sele.
tions pave great satisfaction, embracing
both patriotic and comic airs. Comrade
G. W. Shaw. of Wadsworth post, Grand
Army of the Republio, presented to U. S.
Grant camp a well executed crayor portrait
of Lincoln, handsomely framed. It was
accepted on behalf of the camp by Capt.
W. S. Votaw.
The event of the evening was the voting
for the crazy quilt, a beautiful piece of
work, made by the ladies of the Woman's
Relief corps. Each member of the corps
contributed a square. The subscribers to
the quilt had the privilege of writing their
names on the back. Those in the hall had
the privilege of voting for their choice as
to who was the most popular member of
the camp or of Wadsworth post to receive
it. 'There were numerous contestants, but
Capt. W. S. Votaw won with 333 votes. H.
Sloggy, of Wadsworth post, was only a few
votes behind. Capt. Votaw received many
congratulations on his enecesi. The quilt
contest realized the camp $220.
A fine supper was served by the members
of the Woman's Relief corps, and dancing
was kept up until a late hour.
A fell line of infants' wear at Butcher & Brad
ley's, 105 Broadway. We leadin lowprices.
Large line of masks at The Bee IIive,
Smoke Adeolna Patti cigar-finest in the
world. J. B, Lockwood's (drug store.
The Devil's Auction.
Of this grand spectacular • production
the Philadelphia Item has the following:
If the enthusiasm of the audience last night
is any criterion of success, Manager Gil
more's new "Devil's Auction" will enter
into a career as financially and artis
tically successful as the graft from which
the present play grew. Since its last ap
senrance here the "Devil's Auction" has
undergone a metamorphosis in many re
spects. It is now much brighter, funnier
and altogether more entertaining. The
scenery of the rovised spectacular-it is
oractically that-is the best ever shown in
U similar production. It with the mechan
ical effects--ll of which worked as
smoothly as one would wish last night,
make up the most acceptable display.
The costumes of the play are the richest
ever provided by Manager Gilmore. They
comprise uniqueness, costliness and orig
inality, and well belit the score or more
young, pretty and shapely ladies who in
duale in varions marches and dances down
on the programme divertisements. In the
scenes where the dances hold sway Camis,
a new premiere assoluta, makes her appear
ance. Canmis is one of the dnintiest of
dancers, and combines such an easy grace
fulness with Iher ditflcult sto.ps as to make
them appear more easy than they really
were. Other aersons giving sleooialties are
the Lorells, an acrobatie trio who do a
clever act; the Boshbobies, in a high and
lofty tumbling performance, the Tiepatie
family, eight in number, who give one of
the most conmical of dances. There are nu
morous others, besides these, who help to
mnrke the "DIevil's Auotiou" eomplete.
The sale of seats opens this morning at
Pope & (O'onner's drug store.
IBuy thre celebrirted Yoster five-hook kid glove
at'lihe 4or liivd, every pair warranted. Price
only .51.55.
.laro.er Fishr, t.ile butchere, have removed
frorr Wa reirt tcr o l1areimnia halil, on Broad
waey. T'lephono i ,O7.
Miss oueleu Wailker will bIe iu iHelena
nrlnley, i"'lletedy ald WYednesday, Feb.
1, ai annt 17.
Ilroie tie Anre'anenrt.
In December last all the first-class cloth
ing merchants of Helena signed an agree
ment to olose their respective stores at eight
p. m. sharp on and after the first day of
January, 1892, Saturdays excepted. Every
firm that rignedl the ggreement, with the
exception of : heyer Bros,, proprietors of
the New York Clothing store, have lived upr
to it. lBut that firm after hlaving signed
the agreement have, with one or two excep
tione, failed to close at the time agreed
upon. Ilealizing the unfairness of their
eations towardsr the other merchants who
we e honrorably livinsgup to their agreement,
a committee of salesmen waited upon
Bhheyer Bros.. and they again gave their
pomlsee to close at the time agreed on.
They pbrsist in keeping their store open
until nine and ten o'clook arid sometimes
until nearly iidlnarht. We appeal to all
patrons of clothing stores to give their
patronage to thire merchunts who have kept
the agreriment.
JonN F. ConrTTe, W. S.InOTT,
FirF , S. SANDEN, I. i. (SOATs,
L]. A, CIrIeNi ', T i. B ErmnDrFIeLr ,
L. tInoTrr, FaLNK IlArERl,
(cAlrne.r HoarPNaec, C. H. ANuuason,
D 1). SOLOMON, A. C. LUan.
l i . SAUnIN, Clothing Salesmesn.
5mw novels juest reeelvrd at The Bpee Hive.
Electricity Aipilied to Itellive Pals.
Amalgam and silver fillings, $1 and up.
Gold fillings, $1 and li,.
A full set of teeth, uIper or lower, ,10,
Extraction of teetlh with electricity, 150
Dnas. SKrHMrN & Eise, dentistsl, Sixth av-/
cue and Main.
Cemmiesleaer OranvIlle Ateart Tells of
the UDIaltssies He Enaeouutered.
state Land Commnssioner Granville Stu
art has gone to the Belt Mountain country
to look after forty aores of ieh6ol land,
which has been located as coal land,
Speaking of the difoultlee he enpountered
in performing his duates, Mr. Stuart says in
the Great FallisTribune: "I have made a
great many seleotions of land, but the
present prospects are that many, very
many, of them will not hold. The trouble
ia that the Great Northern extension has
flooded the Flathead country with an army
of timber land locators, who have squatted
upon my seleotlous about as fast as I have
made them. We asked Secretary Noble to
withdraw from settlement such townships
as I selected in the Flathead country, but
he refused, being inclined to give settlers
the preference in the choice of lands
"During Governor Toole's recent visit to
Washington he succeeded, hbwever, in per
suading the secretary to withdraw six town
chips from the northern portion of the
Flathead valley, subject to the claims of I
those already upon the lauds. There are
but few, however, upon them, and we are
sure of that much anyway. But I do not
think we will get one-tenth of the other se
leotions made. I have been in the country
about forty years, but have never seen dur
ing that time such a scramble for lands as
ianlow being made on the line of the Great
N1rthern west of the range. It is astonish
Sing how they are squatted upon. They are
I wanted for the timber upon them, for it
I would take an ordinary lifetime to make
the lands fit for farming, they are covered
with such a dense growth of timber.
"The fact is Montana was about a year
too late in being admitted as a state. If
we had been admitted before, our selections
could have been made and withdrawn for
surveys in advance of the present rash of
timber land seekers. There is, however,
nothing to do now but to make the best of
l the situation and select the 500,000 acres
due as best we may. Next season I shall
look over the northern and eastern portions
of the state. There arp some fine agrleul
I tural lands in those sections which may be
obtained for the state."
a New line of children's oarriages at The Bee
Mares & Fisher, the butchers, have removed
from Warren street to Harmonia hall, on Broad
way. Telephone 807.
I As Appeal Will Be Takes to the Suapreme
The suit against D. J. McNally as build
ing inspector, brought by David Merritt on
1 account of the death of his little boy by the
falling of a defective wall, will go to the
supreme court. The judgment in favor of
the building inspector for $7.50 costs was
entered in the district court only a few
days ago, and the ease was dismissed with
I out prejudice. Under the law the attorney
for Merritt will have a year in which to ap
t peal to the supreme court. The appeal, it
is stated, will be filed very shortly. The
questions in the Merritt-McNally case have
never been depided by the Montana supreme
court. Should that body decide against
Merritt, he will bring suit against the city
for damages. Thelawyers of Helena are in
a terested in the question as to whether the
city will pay Mr. McNallv's counsel fees
and court expenses when the oase is heard
in the supreme court.
Mares & Fisher, the butchers, have removed
from Warren street to Harmonia hall, on Broad
way. Telephone 80i.
New sheet music at The Bee Hive, 10 cent per
To-morrow is St. Valentines day.
r Lent begins this year March 2, Easter
r Sunday falling on April 17.
A marriage licence was issued yesterday
to William Goodwin and Mary Spellman.
The town of Monarch, in the Belt mouan
tains, offers a field for a physician and
The bank clearances through the Helena
association for the seven days ending yes
terday were $1,680,900.30.
The Helena' committee on the Castle
railroad, now in that booming camp, are
a expected home on Sunday.
Forty acres of placer ground were located
yesterday in section 1, town 10 north of
range 1 west, by D. F. Hedges.
The January issue of the Great Northern
Bulletin contains an excellent article on
t the resources of the Flathead valley.
The regular monthly meeting of the Mon
tana Society of Civil Engineers will be held
this evening at the office of Sizer & Keerl.
A one-half interest in the Ella Howard
lode, in upper Dry gulch, has been sold by
B. F. Johnson to William Mundt for $175.
The teachers' reading circle will meet at
r the high school room this evening at 7:30
o'clock. It is hoped that all members will
a be present.
One of the Northern Pacific yard men
had a hand badly mashed while coupling
a cars near the depot yesterday, and was
taken to Missoula for treatment.
The commission on the appraisement of
a strip of property necessary for the open
iug of Lawrence street will meet Monday
morning at the office of Massena Bullard.
Chairman T. C. Collins. of the demo
cratic state central committee, has just is
sued a letter urging upon the democrats of
the state the necessity of early and thor
ough organization.
SWalter Anderson, now of Great Falls but
formerly a resident of Helens, was stricken
Swith paralysis the other evening. Just how
serious the attack may prove the attending
Sphysician is not prepared to say.
,Marshal Faray came over from Butte
Syesterday with W. M. Maginnie, charged
a with passing a gilded nickel as a $5 gold
f piece. Maginnis was committed in default
- of bail for the action of the United States
grand jury.
At the meeting of the executive commit
t tee of the Hendricks club last evening, it
was deocided to hold a great meeting on
Washington's birthday. An eloquent and
Spopular speaker will be invited to deliver
a the address of the evening.
The alarm of fire yesterday afternoon
was caused by the burning of some coal oil
at the residence of Chas. Colbert, on Itod
neay street. A liuted candle dropped in
the oil. causing a blaze. It was extin
Sguished before the dopartment arrived.
News was received in HIelena yesterday of
the death of O. J. lHollister, at Salt Iake.
He was the deputy internal revenue collector
at that place, having been nupointed by
Capt. Mills, whei Utah was added to the
- Montana district. -Hei formerly lived in
SMissoula county.
SJ. W. Collins was arrested by Detective
Waiters on the Northorn kPacic train yes
F terday as he was about to leave for Placer,
and will be taken to Boulder by Deauty
I Sheriff Forbes, of Jefferson county to-day
Son a complaint ohtargitg him with selling
Sliquor without a license.
SFite Marshal C. F. MeKinnon yesterday
received a telegrami fromn Sydney, Nova
Sc Botia. announoingthe death of hiti.mother,
Before he had oil-time to realize the sad
news the alarm of lire rang, anid hlie had to
go with the RappFRLrtus. Th I mareshal knew
r his mothor was sick but lad not uenticipated
any fatal rsault. O(wintg to the time it
would take to reach Syduney, the matahal
will not be able to attend the fluneral.
Call on the new photographer at Broad
way gallery. Noew styles, new prices, new
everytvlhI. Unt!l wq sat prove ourselves
iln pitography you will slot bie ro.ulreti to
pay for work uitil tisftuatoerily completelod.
J. F. tilwaNJ.atr.
Maskel Masks! Masks! at. Th,, Ito ilive,
ltirdsoyo View o Ueluema.
An elegant lithographed birdsaeye view of
Helena on heavy lleto papeIir, iti.ll inches,.
Price $1. tenst postpaidi on reolepttf price.
l.oou 7, Denvor bloolk, lialena.
Chleal ('i ash Market.
Cut your dteat bills in two by purchasing
Sfor cash at the ltialto cash market. Tele
phone liii
To Hold Its First Session To-Day
at the Board of
Helena Wants Better Mail Faoil
itles Into the Oceur
Arrasging for a Series of Coneetst Dar
ing the Convention Period Next
There will be a meeting of the Helena
auditorium committee at 11 a. in. to-day,
at the Board of Trade rooms. President
Muth, of the board, urges every member
to be present. The erection of a suitable
hall or assembly building for the accommo
dation of the conventions which are to
meet here this coming summer will be
brought up for notion. This committee is
composed of members of the city council
and members of the Board of Trade, as
follows: Mayor Kleinschmidt, Aldermen
Lissner, Steele, Fuller, Morris, Witmner,
Harrity, Thompson, H. M. Parchen, R. H.
Howey, J. H. Lawrence, George S. Apple
ton, H. M. Brandegee. There, are several
propositions to be considered, and the
time has come for some definite action in
determining upon one of these. The Imem
bers of the joint committee from the
Board of Trade were appointed last night
by President Muth, at a regular meeting of
the board. The committee will be glad to
hear from anyone who has any suggestions
or plans to offer in the auditorium matter.
A. M. E.Hler secured the appointment of
a committee to procure better mail facilities
between Montana points and the Coeur
d'Alenes. He stated that the mails are now
being carried by way of Spokane. It takes
three days for a letter to go from
Helena to the Coeur d'Alenes and
the same amount of time for
a letter to reach here. This causes con
siderable delay which can be avoided if the
route is changed so that mail can be car
ried by way of the Missoula cut-off. The
committee will call upon the railway mail
superintendent to-day and urge the neces
sity for the change.
A resolution was read recommending
the appointmen of acommittee to
arrange for a series of concerts next
summer during the convention period
by a brass band of twenty or more pieces.
Prof. Zimmerman, of the Elite orchestra,
favored the proposition and said a band of
twenty pieces could be engaged for about
$250 per week. A committeewas apoointed
to consider the matter. Permission was
given to use a portion of the board rooms
for practice by the Encore orchestra, which
is about to be reorganized.
A communication from the river conven
tion which met at Kansas City, regarding
appropriations for the improvement of the
Mississippi and Missouri rivers was passed
for the present. It sets forth that annual
appropriations are made for this purpose
amounting to $12,000,000. It is desired to
have the appropriations continued and be
set apart from the river and harbor bill.
The board adopted a report recommending'
the establishment of a vinegar factory.
About $8,000 is required for the plant. The
promoter, Mr. Sohlessinger, has been can
vassing with some success.
Ladies' and children's fast black seamless cot
ton hose at The Bee Hive only 20c.
Miss Mary E. Jackmau gives private
lessons iu shortlhand. Room 15, Bailey
block. Call at offce or terms.
A Possibility That the Damage May be
Repaired To-day.
Reports from Wickes tunnel yesterday
were to the effect that Superintendent John
son hoped to have the track cleared to-day,
and trains running. Passengers for the
f south over the Montana Central yesterday
morning were furdished with tickets ovez
the Northern Pacific as far as Boulder.
There they took the Montana Central to
Butte. In the afternoon Montana Central
passengers were sent to Bntte by way of
Garrison. These arrangements will con
tinue until the the trouble at the tunnel is
Notice to Milkmen.
All parties selling milk within the corpo
rate limits of the city of Helena, are re
quested to come to this office, 10 North
Main street, on Thursday the 18th inst. be
tween the hours of nine o'cloolc a. in. and
12 m. of said day for the purpose of having
measures and milk inspected.
A. C. VoTAw, Inspector of Weights and
W. M. BULLARD, Inspector of Milk Etc.
Helena, Feb. 13, 1892.
Special cut prices on ladies' muslin underwear
this week at bh e B He live.
('ash paid for encond hand household furniture
by 2. i. Taylor, on Broadway.
ilgh Art Talloring.
James W. Barker represents one of the
Slending merchant tailors of Ohio and is
prepared to give to all who wish to pur
obese as good a suit of clothes as can be
obtained anywhere, entire satisfaction in
- style, quality, fit or workmanship. Youths
can find that they may become good
Sdressers as his prices come within their
Srange. His display is of the higher grade
rof foreign fabrics. You will find the as
sortment wonderfully good and wonder
fully cheap. One can buy fashionable
clothing at moderate prices and made from
the eseson'd latest novelties. An invitation
of inspection of his samples is extended to
Sall. He is to be found in room 10, 'l'homp
son building, opposite Grand Central hotel.
iaston's ligamny, by Albert Roes, complete
series of iThe :ysteries of tise Court oo London,
by( . W.M. Reynolds. lalzao's Drolt Stories
and othlor good books just roeoeived at The Bee
The celebrated JaokIon corset waist, in black
and colors, only at butcher & hiradley's
Samuel K. IDavis' SpeclaL
2r0--1.000 I on Mountain, 77 cents.
3,010 Yellowstone. Bargain,
325 Bald Butte, $2.10.
400--500 1ielees and Victor. Cheap.
5,000 California. Snap;
MIii Glengary, tfi cents.
100 "Combination," l.85.
Any of the ablove se good purchases.
The tiume to invest is nlow, when money
Rooome 20 and 7, Bailey Bllock.
Legal blanks at Ulis ofite.
"isn,'t .ite lomatifrlt,"
Ocansionally one hears this expression,
as a lady with a striklingly lovely complex
ion p'aasos alog .the street. Certainly!
she uses the famous Blash of Ioses meaun
factured by Miss l'lora A. Jones, South
Bend, Intl. Supplied by Miass Julia r.
lawrrence, room 4. Denver block. Broad
way. Helena, Mont, Price 75 cents per
Gold Illoeck.
Elegant omice roomns for rent: also hall
suitable for leooture, lodge or club room.
Apply to Jna Sullivaut, room 17.
1YamnteI--A Quarts Mill.
Must be a good five-atamp mill hn good
order. Address with particulars, P. O. box
458, HIelena,
GrandSlaugihter Sale
All Kinds of Gloaks.
r We have several thousand dol
e lars in Cloaks. Too many. To
D move these goods we began Mon
s day and shall continue until sold,
1a grand slaughter sale. Every
* garment marked in plain, large
figures. Not at cost, not at half
price, but at half cost and less.
Come and look over our stock.
We will do you good.
G. R. Stevenson,
Sauer Kraut
In any quantity at
Warehouse oppo
site Montana Cen
tral Depot. En
quire of or address
.....Thos. W. Ross
The only society or institution that is legiti
mate in its ooerings to furnish tranepoitation
and hotel facilities to the World's Fair.
- For a pecified sum, depending on the rate of
h fare to Chicago, to be paid in weekly or monthly
installmentc, the baociety will furnish any
e- reputable person of either sex. who has signed
d an application for membership and paid the
Smembersip fee of five dollars. with
First--irst class railway transportation to
id Chicago and return.
iecond-Transfer in Chicago for self and
usual allowance of baggage, from station to
hotel and return.
Third--sven days' hotel accommodations in
Fourth--ix admission tickets to the Comlm.
pbisn Expositison.
Fifth-Dinner at a restaurant on the Exposi
tion grounds for six days.
s ixth--An accident insurance ticket in are
liable companty for fifteen days from date of de
parture for Chicago, peying $1,000 in case of
death by accident or S15 per week in ease of
Sevanth-The free use of the Society's head
i qrartera sad Bureau of information while in
. Eighth--A copy of each isane of the Official
sa Journal of the society.
For the eonvenience of member in mating
C their paymute local clubs will be organized, a
Smember of which will be appointed Local Sio
d rotary with authority to collect the same.
I have some lO per cent. money
lior unimproved security.
lHaves a fue lot of
and plltt Ocul.don hand.t , rdcrs solicited
I: . WrightV gati, ouom l lailt slook, Tel=
ophone ho. .i18.
,4.000 -Calats Mohna Saphlirs-- 4,000
A rare chance fo,' aniy person
. wishing to procure these beautiftul
t lens. On exhibition at the oftice
of D. A. Richardson, Mining Broker,
'.raniLte Block.
I Lindsay & c.o.
Fruits and Prodauce.
d Speolaltla es Flutter. Eggs, Fruitts. Voletalbles,
SFlis, Poultry, toysters.
UO nId 99 Edwards Btieot. Helena, Montana,
T. C. POWER & CO.,
Mining and Farm Machinery
Steam Boilers, Pumps and Hoists, Wire Hoisting Rope, Eto.
Quartz, Lumber and Farm Wagons, Fence Wire, Wind Mills
and Pumps.
Sleighs, Robes, Etc.,
Plumbers and Gas Fitters
Sanitary Work a Specialty. Jobbing Promptly Attended to.
II--- - 1_- HIil .|111 ,,,, , ,,,
Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing on hand than
we want in order for us to retire from our Retail
Business within a short time. We will.deduct ONE
THIRD from all our MEN'S,' BOYS' and CHIL
yourself that this is no advertising dodge, look at our
Display Windows, or come into our store and get
prices. WE MEAN BUSINESS, and MUST and
WILL retire from our Retail Business in a very
short time.
•*******Qreenhood, Bohrm & Go.
You Must Rely on the Brand
There is no other way to be sure of getting the best. There
are many imitations of Minnesota Flour for sale. You can obtain
the genuine article by ordering your grocer to send you
Made in the Washburn Mills, Minneapolis, the largest and
most perfectly equipped flour mills in the world.
M. Reinia and The Kepner & Schmit Mercantile Co.
Cheaper Than Ever.
Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods and Nations
At Prices that Will Astonish You.
Moses Morris, Assignee.
Just Received at
I he Leading Millinery, Notion and F'anoy Dry Goodm Store in the CtY
We Close at 6 p. m. Except Saturdays,

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