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WORK BEGINS AT ONCE.
Excavating for the Foundation of the Auditorium Commences To.Day. The Sohool Trustees and the Olty Agree About the Lease. When the First Convention. is Ready for Business the Meeting Place Will Be Ready Too. The school trustees have agreed to the conditions of the lease of ground for audi toriam purposes as amended by the city council, and the work of exoavating for the foundation will begin this mo,niung under the direction of Street Commissioner Klage. Contractors who want to put up the building will have their bids in by Tuesday noon, and the same night they will be opened. It is more than likely the city council will be able to give out the contract to one of the bidders and arrange for the successful man going ahead with the work the following day. Meantime the street commissioner and his force of meonrill be preparing the foundation. The dirt will not have to be hauled far, as it will be used to level off the rear of the lot, so that by the time the contractor is ready to start in on the foundation everything will be in condition. As agreed on between the city council and the school trustees the lease provides as follows: "The sohool district of Helena leases to the city for ninety-nine years the lot at Warren street and Seventh avenue, the consideration being $1 a year rent and the nse of the basement for a manual train ing school, another room for the use of the school board, and another for school enter taiments; the city to control the building and the revenue; the city to pay the insur ance, heating and lighting and janitor's comrn; ensation, and keep the building in re pair, the sohool trustees, however, to furnish light and heat for their own rooms; the school district reserves the right to buy the building from the city on equitable terms, if if should be needed for school purposes; at any time after Jan. 1, 1892, on giving one year's notice of intention; the lease to be come void if the building is destroyed by fire or otherwise, and not replaced by the city in two years." Hereafter, when there is any big political gathering in the state, it can come to Hel epa and find a meeting place especially pre rared for such purposes. The supreme pouncil of the Ancient Order of United Workmen, which is the first of the big af fairs for whose accommodation the audi torium was designed, meets in June. Fol lowing it comes the convention of the Sons of Veterans. Lastly there will be the Min ing congress. Meantime political conven tions will be held to send delegates to the national conventions of the two patties, and to nominate state tickets. As the suc cessful bidder for the construction of the auditorium will have to give bonds to com plete it in time for the first convention, there is no likelihood of hnv disappoint ment in that respect. Should it become necessary work can be p:oseated on the building overtime, as the days are crowing longer. By the aid of electric lights it can even be done by night, in care of pressing need. Helena can be said to be fully in it from this time out. The Roo Iive offers more bargalne than any house in the c(it. Call and eA their splecialties. Lad'e+' fast black cotton hose 20.. 30c and t50c worth double, at Hatcher 0h Bradley's, 103 Broacd way. Just received, a carload Church's Ii proved "Alabuntlue." H. Al. Parchel & Co. ONE OF THEM "SQUEALS." The Robbers Who Fell Out Will All Go Slack to Great a'lls. Harry Betts, Iobert Clark and James Doyle, the men who fell out and quarrelled on Wood street and told things on each other which caused Policeman Soharren broich to arrest them, will go to Great Falls to-day in charge of Sheriff Joe Ham ilton, of Cascade county. At the prairie city they will answer to the charge of rob bery. The oime of which they a~s accused was committed recently in a gambling so loon in Groat Falls. A roan who had drank too much had fallen clsleep in a chair. One of the men want up to the sleeper, out his pocket out of his trousers and made off with it. The l;ocket contained $275 in oash and checks. A fourth man was in the job, but he went to Fort Benton, where he has since been located. He will be arrested.. 'L'he other three came to Helena, where they fell out over a division of the spoils, with the result that they were arrested. Sheriff Hamilton came up' from the Falls yesterday. He had an interview with Doyle, who is supposed to be the least guilty of the party. Doyle owned up to all he knew. bheriff IHamwilton says after the robbery the four men were suslrcptcd and arrested. There was nothing found on them,, and in the ab sence of proof they were discharged. They all left town at once. After they were gone proof of their guilt was obtairred and Sher iff Hamilton telegraphed. Mlarhal Sime raking to him to look out for the men. At the arme time he get a dispatch from Mar shal Bims telling of the nrrests and asking if the men were wanted at the Falls. It is thought Doyle will be allowed to turn state's evidence for the purpose of con victing the othere. Sheriff llamilton will also take back with him this morning, Dan Finison, slin. Danny, who is walnted at Great Falls to answer a oharge of lobbing a wo man of her jewelry. The jew elry formnerly belonged to Wilhlnm rnlMles, an actor at the Coliseum. r inom ht1im it pInseed into the possension of Haltie Day of G eat Falls. A fw days ag:o Fil.son went to thie Coliseum anrd regan iisilaYvincg the jewelry. Miles recognized it and Finson'e aroest by Poliemruan fchurrenbroich fol lowed. Thie lintirr'llise miant choIper at Tir Bee ilivi. The best Ii aclinie riardo. LVe'ry orit WaraLLted. The ce!oit dI eocion roraet wailt in blacko and coloras at Iltrirlr tr I;rarlEy'r 10 tlroadway. tIny Dll k ('o.' Irionslrc "rrl b'lcerine sOa, thie Ihlt in tlo market, oari m -ie er nhx at 'lho v e ti ivee, DEMOCItAitI(. PRI MARIES. They Are Sfo far Mnlrcnh 2 and the City ('convcutlon t lllr-lh :tL. The city denlocratio central conmittee mot last nroight l I lo rooms of tie IHen driks Democratio olui,. The busineoss transected was the lixing of thes daes for the holding of tile rrimatrie and eity con vention. lhe priimaries were ordered to be held on Monday evening Mrc 8, a nhat eight o'clock at the following phIrts: First ward, city hll; Second wde., te nd Irlicte colb roowui: rThrir wared, Jo. S. ,Ir. Nrill'A oihre; Fu orth wirnl, erlhaunser; Fifth ward, schaiool iouse; Sixth wa d, hose house; ii verith wai d. hoso hIousC. It was decidedr to hIold the convention on 'Thlurdav evniigl, Mach a:, and tlht eoch ward ehorrld elect ten delegates and ten alterniatee. Boys will bayi Ihirhl iar rhe at. Tire Ice0 Hive, where a furll io err Isierir crur) tolllt[i It Never airll. We are gaining now cuetomesn daily for '*Crystal" flour. We are sending it Into. the millionaire's residence and into the minier' o mup, and it never fails to give satisfaction. Weinstein & Co. FOR A KEEI LEY IIpSPIVTAL. It Will vI Jreatesd aR'Ielens If lOnough Steak Is Sunbserted Sior. Mr. i. Eluisnast in | this oily for the pur pose of organlizng , temppany to operate a hospital for the ei.olay gpre. He comes here from Salt T-ake,.wi re ot~e of the in stitutes has beeonI operation for the past six weeks, with'yesVy iuocessful results. Mr. Elseman, ilfi . fliolIent amount of stock is subseribadiwill or aisze a com pany with A bapit.t took o, $1W 000, and he and his friends will tako al tihe stock. There are now Keeley insttLutes in forty different states, all paying good in terest on the Investments, and he sees no reason why a hospital in Montanna should not prove prolitable. Of all ilaces he has viesited in the state he finds Helena best adapted for tue loca tion. A decilded advantage in: favor or this oCty is its plestige as a summer resort in the Rocky mountains. Mr. lfiseman is greatly impressed with the beautiful Broad water hotel, the great bath and thermal waters. These waters will be of doe cided benefit in the treatment of his patients. At Salt Lake a large hospital will be erected at Beck Sp,i ls for the particular purpose of diving iopatnts the benefits or the water. 'ue present building in that city, which was formerly one of Brigham Young's palaces, will be re tained for the morphine and opium pa tients. 'there are now in that city fifty five patients under the Keeley t. eatmont who are paying $30 a week for the cure. Mr. Eiseman is prepared to show figures that an investment in an enterprise of this sort will give good returns on the money. The company 1s obliged to cay Dr. Keeley a large ur's for the right to use the cure in the state. Aside from this the expenses are not great. Patipnts cAn board in the ineti tute building or wherever they pleases Mr. Eiseman is inclined to think that an insti tute in this city would have a large number of wealthy persons from the east during the summer season. Th'ley could come out on a tour through the Yellowstone park, live at onb of the superb hotels in Helena, and after a few weeks return home, re stored in mind and body. ' he railroad facilities in Helena and the centlal location of the city in the state would make it by far the best situated place with reference to other Montana points. Mr. Eiseman has been considerably encour aged by some of our citizens who will take stock. In Butte 300 shares of stock were subscribed for it without reference to the location of the institution. It will doubt less occur to many that after an existence of two or three yeatsthe field for treatment of Keeley patients would be practically exhausted. Mr. Eiseman says that this is not so; that so long as whisky is sold there will be drunkards and as a result patients for the institute. Butthe prevelence of the morphine and opium habit in this north western country should alone insure a large number of patients. This class of patients remain under treatment from six weeks to .two months. The tobacco habit is also cured. Mr. Eiseman will remain in the city erveral days to determine whether the project can be started in Helena; if he is successful a company will be organized very soon, a building will be secured and a physician will arrive from the headquarters at Dwight to take charge of the institute. 'The Keeley oure for drunkenness, the opium and morphine habit has been widely and generally discussed. That it is a suc cess is the verdict of thousands who have been cured. There are now 3,500 patients under treatment in different institutions in the country. The New Jersey oomi any alone paid Dr. Keeley $200,000 for the sole right to use the treatment in New Jersey. He received $50,000 for the exclusive right in Colorado and it is estimated by Mr. Eiseman that his income is now $5,000,000 a year with an enormous annual increase in sight. Go to The Bee Hive for bird caees. Fll line just received. In transit, a carload timothy, red top, and other grass seeds. H. M. Parchen & Co. (Go to the special sale of ladies' muelibi under wear at The Bea Hive to-morrow. TWO CASES OF BURGLARY. John Davis and Tim Itulvehill Arrested on Serious Charges. Policeman Vanasse was summoned by tlob Sandel yesterday to arrest a man who was raising a disturbance in the saloon next to the opera house. The stranger had gotten violent and kicked out one of the big front windows. The policeman ar rested thle man, who gave his name as John Davis,and under his coat found two bolts of cloth. Inquiry revealed the fact that the man had entered the tailor store of John D. Johnson and stolen the cloth. A charge of burglary in the daytime was pre ferred and I)avis will have a preliminary hearing to-day. Lewis Scott, deputy sheriff, who lives on Jefferson street, found out yesterday that his overcoat and some other clothing had been taken from his house. In nlece of the missing articles he found an overcoat which he knew belonged to Tim Mulvehill, who had been doing some work at the haose. The police were notified. Police man Vanases found Tim drunk and asleep in a chair in a saloon. He has Scott's things on, including a full suit of under clothes. A charte of burglary will be made. Tim has been in the lookup many times on minor charges. Full lineoof ladies' and childron's hose. best value for the least money, lutocher & Bradley's 105 Broadway. Stranger! Do, you know that you can buy choice froesh lio for le per poundat the Ilialto ('sh tarlrket. Use C(autlo. Iefore buyning your epring suit call at room 10, Thompson block, opposite the Grand Central hotel and inspect the sam ples James W. Ba:lrker has on display. lThe very latest novellies in the high urades of foreign countries: the largest assortment, most eler.anst effects and qualities at the lowest prices ever offered in this city. Never before has it been his good foriurso to possess the opportunlity to please the public in excellence of cut or workmansrhip. Ionremmber clothing is quoted at thie popular eastern prices. lThe gariments alreundy re ceived are exoiting the admlirutiol of all thosa who have seen tlhem. Be a leader, got in your o:r'der nld wear ,one of his ad vince stylos in spring overcoats, busiuness or dress suits. , '"lhoe L.ntil o' C(ales." There will be a "Sotch hIligh tea" at tihe parlors of thire First Puesbyterian church, room eight, Denver block, on 'Tuesday ervn inc next, from six to eight o'clock. The tables will bie served with genlluinle Scotch viantide, uo as cur rant loaf, shortbrraid, oat cake, eones atud Ibannocks, with Scotch orange marmalade, cold turkey aln1 ten eind coifee. Aftrrr tea there will be Scotch ranre. consistl ing of Scotch sonye, and instrumental ieces on the bagpipe. violin and piano. The Kings D)aughteis Will also have a table of homla., mad, candioe for snale. All are invited to call between the hours named and take tea esuppor. Altolntio A. O. II. There will be a meeting of division No. 1, A. O. 11., Sunday the tith inst, inll the A. O. U. W. Iall, over l'archen's drug store. corner lMain street and llrosdwav, at 1:111 p. mu. D)Anvi HiAsnlie, tecretery. isleni, March I1, 18lY. CongregauIon 5Emanu-EI. T'he mtUemllbers of the alove congregation are respectfllly invited to attend a mIseet ing this Sunday, Marei l, at throe p. m. it T''omple lall. TI'hoeR will b an election of oflicers for the ensuing term. A. lllRKENeR.lD, SecretUary. '"CL'mysal'" Iecord. "Crystnal" flor is made ill Mandnn, North )Dakota. It is made from No. I hard wheat lnd makes delicious white bread; it is always the 5aeo. Mend to Weinstein & Co. for a sack. Prlac Iilacsdusl. The Wolf is lhungry for more trade. Go to Wolf, the tailo., corner of Grand and Jaeokson, No. 103 Grand street. RECORD OF THE COURTS, A Meagher County Doctor Takes an Appeal From the State Med. foal Board. The Boy Who Was Dared to Touoh a Live Eleotrio Wire. More Suits Fliled Against Ithe Penn Yan Mlning nCompany to Rtecover on Pronlistsory Notes. Dr. James Crial, of White Sulphur Springs, has filed an appeal in the district caout of Lewis and Clarke county from the action of the state board of medical examiners in refusing to grant him a cor tillote to practice medicine and surgery. lie made his application to the board last October. On his arrival in Montana last spring the medical board issued a certifi cate entitling him to practice until the next regular meeting of the board, and for which he paid the fee of $15 required by law. On Oct. 6, 1891, Dr. Craig appeared before the board but refused to submit to an examination as to his proficiency in his profession. Prior to his refusal the doctpr presented to the board the diploma given him by an eastern college, and which the board found to be genuine. The doctor says he has been practicing medicine for four teen years. He is represented by At torneys Thompson and Maddox, of White Sulphur Springs. Judge Back, of depart ment No. 2, will hear the appeal. Wants $2,037 Damages. Judge Buck and a jury heard testimony for the plaintiff yesterday in the case of Joseph McDonald against the Helena Elec tric Railway company. Last July Mr. McDonald's eleven-year-old boy, Everett, was playing with some other boys near the corner of Benton and Hiollins avenues. George King, one of tte boys, got hold of a wire, which was hanging from a pole, and had his hands slightly burned. One of the youngsters dared Mr. McDonald's son to touch the wire. The result was very startling to him. Everett grabbed the wire with his right hand and could not let go for about a min ute, during which time thecurrent thrashed him around on the ground. His father claims that Everett has, in consequence, lost the use of the tendons of the second finger of his right hand. Mr. McDonald saveys he expended $117 for medical attend ance, and asks judgment for $2,637 against the Electric iailway company. Mr. and Mrs. McDonald and their son and the boys who were present at the time of the acci dent gave their testimony yesterday for the plaintiff's side of the case. No evidence has been introduced yet by the company. which claims that the accident was not the result of any negligence on its part. A. C. Botkin conducted the case for the plaintiff and McConnell, Ciayberg & Gunn represent the Electric railway company. Suing the Penn Man. Henry M. Parchen commenced suit in the district court yesterday against the Penn Yan Mining company, to recover on several promissory notes, given to the First National bank, of Helena, and on which he and Henry M. Hill were endorsers. The complaint alleges that the company, since Jan. 14, 1892, has been insolvent and unable to pay other notes which went to protest. Five notes were given agagregating $5,443.20. Leslie & Craven and Massena Bullard ap pear for Mr. Parchen. Other Proeeedlngs. F. T. Schultze vs. Clara J. Bootelle. Mo tion to file further and more partienlar itemized account allowed. Muller vs. Bayok. Nano pro tune order entered. Janes M. Watkins at at vs. Moses Morris. Motion to strike out parts of answer and demurrer to answer taken under advise ment. All demurrers in the Greenhood & Bohm cases have been taken under advisement. Miss Mary E. Jackman gives private lessons in shorthanud. Room 15, Bailey block. Call at office or terms. Nursery stoves at The Bee Hive for 25e. No house complete without them. A real bargain. ('ash paid for second hand household furniture by G. iH. Taylor, on Broadway. AR BOR DAY. Gov. Toole Issues His Proclamation for Planting Trees. The following proclamation was issued yesterday by the governor: STATiE o MoNTANA, j ExXECUTIVE OrFFICE, H1:'olNA, March 4, 1892. Tuesday, the 19th day of April, A. D. 1892, is hereby set apart as a day for the planting of trees, beautifying homes, ceme tories, highways. public grounds and land sollpes, anld those who teach in publio schools are especially requested to direct and train the thoughts of the youth in tree planting and decorating by the practical observance of that day. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the great seal of the state to be affixed at the city of Helen, the capital of the ssid state, this fourth day of March, A. D). 1992. By the governor: Jos. K. TOOLE. L. (RorwrTi, Soecretary of Mtate. Muslin undlrwosar at onu-half regular pricos at The lio hllve specdal sale to-morrow. Sheot mnslic ae Te Ps a le ive, vocal and instr u ilsesItal. only t100 per riser. To ('otraetors. notice is hereby given that bids will be received by the undersigied until Tuesday noon, March 8, 1892, at the office of the building insspector of the city of liolena, in room 6:i, l'ittburgh block, for the erection and comspletson of a free public library for the city of eIolena. Plalns and specific: tions can be inspected at said ofico. Thisl notice is gRiven purssanit t, resolution of the council of said city, adopted March 1, 18t2. said hidb l shouli be secled and marked "proposals for library." IThe city reserves the right to reject iany and all bids. A. lltAnauT, IleIMAN KhINI, A. 11. Wiese, Commsitttso on public buildings, Yosel 1o1t bly tws-lsity-fotl hr Fht's of sihe tSlr o ,er ans co.or, for lVo ,teI Ilt 'lhue toes llive. San ssnl et. lDavic' Sesti ti. INVEN'rMItN's R''ticKS. 400-700 Helena & Victor. An excellent in vestmeut. 100I anls395 liald Ihtte. ( I)ividcnd inpayer. ) 1,OtX)-1,500 ion Mounitain in lots (divi doetd payers). liHuy now. 1,t00 Gsold. Hilver, l'lntilnanud TRellu rinni. Chtu:p if sold this week. 1O0) Yealowselton. A t,'sds thing to buy. 2t.000-i.f,,00lC Cliimlcrlilld ( Castle).'This stouk his the call. 1,0010 J'-ormanti (Csnur d'Aleno). 'Ilhis stoik is 5ative now. T'Ihere is not is stock in this list that is not a purchase. HOlders must have monev. Booms l; anld 27, htllsy blook. Sitlisley Iae n u Exllorer. Edison as an inventor, Miss 1'lor' A. Jones as the diicoverYre of the famnous Blush of Isosirs for the coilsloxiion, ere nanmie thast will ibe htnli down Its benllefraotrs of t.te rces to all recorded time. Miss lulia 8. ]lawlsVilOe4,roiU 4, l)Dtnver bloelk, Itroad way, laleunn, Mont., comes in for her shlare (of the profita) as he ailways keeps a big sulply on hand, and sells it for 75 cents pet bottle. A FEAST Awaits the bargain lovdrs of Ielena this week in the way of GLOAJ(S, DJESS QOODS, MUSLIN UNDERWE]AR, All kinds of underwear, fans and parasols, gloves, corsets, hos iery, ruchings, laces, ribbons, braid trimmings. EVERYTHING In this stock is offered at prices to force them out. Don't dela'y but come and get your share of the splenrdid bar gains. C. R. Stevenson, ASSIGNEE BRUNELL & CO, THE COLUMBIAN SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATER The only society or institution that Is legiti mate in its offerings to furnish transpoltation and hotel facilities to the World's Fair. SFor a s .ecified sum. depending on the rate of fare to Chicago, to be paid in weekly or monthly installments. the Society will ftrnish aony reputable person of either sex. who has signed an. application for membership and paid the membership fee of five dollars, with First--First clas railway transportation to Chicago and return. Second-Transfer in Chicago for self and. usual allowance of baggage, from station to hotel and return. Third-Seven days' hotel accommodations in Chicago. Fourth--Six admission tickets to the Colum. bian Exposition. i Fifth--Dinner at a restaurant on the Exposi tion grounds for six days. tSixth-An accident inasurance ticket in a re liable company for fifteen days from date of de parture for Chicago, paying $8.010 in case of death by accident or $15 per week in case of in 'ry. eventh-The free use of the Society's head Roarters and Bureau of information while in Chicago. Eighth-A copy of each issue of the Official Journal of thebocisty. For the convenience of members in making their payments, local clubs will be organized, a member of which will be appointed Local aec rotary with authority to collect the same. JOHN J. ROHRBAUGH, GENERAL AGENT FOR MONTANA. SAPPHIRES FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN. 4.000--Carats Montana Sapphires--4,000 A rare chance for any person wishing to procure these beautiful gems. On exhibition at the office of D. A. Richardson, Mining Broker, Granite Block. oGEO . H. HILL. WALTER KING. HILL & KING Have a fine lot of DRY YELLOW PINE WOOD For sale cheap in any quantity. Also sawed and split wood on hand. W(rders solicited. E. E. Wright, agent, room 1 Bailey Block. Tel ephone No. 238. MONTANA UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY PLACE, NEAR HELENA COURSE OF INSTRUCTION: 31, College. 2, College Preparatory. 3, Business. 4, Normal. 5, Music. 6, Art. Also instruction ill Comr mon Branches. ABLE INST'IIUCTION. ELEGANT IIUIIA)ING. Send for ('atloguo to the Preoidont. F.P. "TOO V1ll. A. M1.. D. I) .....*****.. ......* ,..... .. .. °....... We are mnaking a Specialty OF1 CUTTING MONITAN SAPPHIRES, D. DESOLA, MENDES & CO. SCutters of Ilamods antld Precrious Stones. '1 alld NI Maido: lInns , Now York. MONEY TO LOAN. I have some 10 ,per celnt. moiney for uiimltrproveld security. XV. B. RICIIAll)S. * . PATENTS. . United Stated and Foreign Pat. ents obtained and any incormatioi given. EDWARD C. RUSSELL, Attorney at Law. Pittaburgh Bloclk. -elena, Mora. T. C. POWER & CO., *---JORBERIS AND DIALERS IN-* MINING AND FARM MACHINERY, Steam Boilers, Pumps and IHoists, Wire hloisting Rope, otc. Quartz, Lumber and IEarm Wagons, Fence Wire, Wind Mills and Pumps. Deere Plows, Harrows, Cultivators, and Disk Har rows, all styles and sizes. The "Old Reliable" Schuttler and "Bone Dry" RUSHFORO FARM, OUARTZ AND LOGGINC WYAGOS. Headquarters for Grass and Vegetable Seeds of every descriptilon. SEND FOR CATALOGUES AND PRICE LISTS. DONOGIHUE & M'CARTHY, Plumbers and Gas Fitters Sanitary Work a Specialty. Jobbing Promptly Attended to. TELEPHONE NO. 8 ------- - - , NO. 34 PARK AVENUE MONEY TO LOAN. On Satisfactory Security at Reasonable Rates, AWe do not loan at 6 per cent., but We do not dictate where your in. we do not charge any commis- surance shall be placed. sions. We do not charge interest until .to delay in closing loans. we advance the money. Jarvis-Conklin Mortgaffe Trust Co. You Must Rely on the Brand WHEN BUYING FLOUR. 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 WASHBURN-CROSBY CO.'S "BEST" FLOUR. Made in the Washburn Mills, Minneapolis, the largest and most perfectly equipped flour mills in the world. FOR SALE BY M. Reinig and The Kepner & Schmit Mercantile Co. CLOTHING' Cheaper Than Ever. -----A FINE STOCK OF- Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods and Notions At Prices that Will Astonish You, CO.LL AT TI~E HARRIS BROS.' STORE. Moses Morris, Assignee. FOWLES' CASH STORE Ladies fine muslin night dresses, trimmed embroidery 85c. A special line for this week. [Extra fine line ladies' night dresses, trimmed embroidery, from $r.oo to $z.65, Ladies' night dresses trimmed with Valenciennes lace, $I.85. \Ve are also showing this week a large assortment of ladies' plain white and fancy aprons in large sizes, from 35 cents to $2.25. FOWLES' CASH STORE The Leading Millinery, Notions and Fanoy Dry Goods IHouse in the OCityI. IWe Close at 6 P. MLE. E:aoept Sattiu.rd.aar·