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NEW ENG.LAN SMOE STORE.
LA BIES' GO OBS. ALL invited to attend the sale of Shoes MEN'S GOBO . .._..........._ at the lowest priced shoe house in Hand-turned Dongola Kid. Helena. Will be glad to show you our great_ Our $3 Shoe department. $2.00 Opera and common sense variety, - Our $3 Shoe department. elasts. a- --mo.s- --_.$3.00 We carry a full line of the lasts. S , . celebrated W. L. Douglass Our $3 Fine Shoes. You $3 Calf Shoes. You should see the shoe $3.00 would be surprised at their you can buy of us for $3 before paying value. They always give REMEMBER more elsewhere for no better shoe. satisfaction. Should they fail, we will WE CLOSE Hand-sewed welt fine calf make it good to you. Can fit wide or 3WE LOSE Hand-sewed welt fine calf narrow feet, high or low insteps with AT 8 P. M. $3.50 Shoe for $3.50, made on our $3 shoes. We keep them in opera t---p the new foot-formlast, the and common sense lasts. most practical shape for comfort in -_an up and down grade country. Dongola Kid Shoes with _ _ $2,25 patent leather tips. Opera An all solid leather dress last. $1.75 Shoe for $1.75. Wide and __ - - narrow toe. Hand-turned, fine Dongola n $3.50 Kid, patent leather tip, Our $5 fine hand-sewed pstylish, warranted not to 1 ý$5.00 Calf and Kangaroo are the rip-' best for the money west of -Fine Dongola Kid Oxfords, i u" . Chicago, made in the latest styles and 1,.50 patent tip, opera and comu- , __ all practical shapes. All sizes, 5 to 11. mon sense lasts. E justly claim to carry the largest Kid House Slippers from 65 to $1.50 stock and most e tensive variety of otto PNis" Kid House Slippers from 65 to $ Children's shoes in the city. Also that we M Iea We have Ladies' Spring heel Shoes. sell them at closer margins, and give special Our Stock at present is quite complete. in the whole family. Mail orders will recive careful attention. L^ I I I Lew Engiand Shoe Store, S, L1 Smithers, 11 South Main Street1 Helena, NOTES OF THE WORLD'S FAIR New Jersey hes increased its World's fapi approuriation from $20,000 to $70,000. Austria will make a fine exhibit of glass, poroulain, bronze, leather, artistio iron and cabinet work. The Illinois Woman's Ceramic assooia tion has seen ed space for an exhibit in the Illinois building. 'J le grand ent ance to the mammoth uranufacturors building will be decorated it an elpente of about $12,000. A he oi ;'tatuo of Colunmbus, by Louis St. Grudeocs, will stand nefore the main .entrance of the administration building. Mr'. Frona Wnat, one of the lady mana pgrs of C(alifornin, has offirod to inuish in redwood one of the large reception looms in the woman's building. * Hayti has appcropriated $25,0 for its rer:eentation at the exposeition. Fred Douglass has been ptl.ointed commislsoner to repretsent that country. In the Illinois state building a room i82x6 feet haI been assigned to a kinder g.art.n exhibit, which will be made chiefly under the direction of the women. Theo total ameount raootted appropriated by foreig I natti~tn and colonies for their aepresentation at the exposition, so far ge ltenr.l from, is ',951,05.1. Quite a number of those which have decided to partioipate have not yet made tapp opriations. 'I he Illinoia state boa: I of agriculture bra oile'' dt nu:uber of Ip izea ranging frotm $50 to $250, for the beet sxhibits tbown at thte atatu fa r, to be hold in' Peoria, in e rten:b r. From thone exhibits the board '1;I make itany selections for the World's air. .A choral hall 10ix280 feet will be erectel onr the hoiticultu al buitiling. There Pro. m'esno Ti',tnlius, with 2,000 trained voices, vill fu nish rare chior 1 musio during the xpasition. The Weirch Into national Eij. ill foJ will occupy the building for a eek. A cibleg:nm states that Switzerland will not be cficial v ro;.resented at the exposi ion, but that tht govll nment will exaitlin e ei, roprese.tations of citie.en desirouI of xhibitieg and will consider th, questiont 'r riantinog a tubidy to enable them to 10 so. E. :cviderlhcim, horticultu iot to the ant eror of hutt in, hais written f om lIuda .t Ih that lie will contributc to ithe expo. it it. n' t rll di.e, lay a collection of the artb t rows, emibrcianig 200 standaltrd, 203 uit!- t ndart tree roses and 31) rose T'ho Newport, 11. 1., nrtillery, which cole :::ted its 150tlic nllitvrsiryrv i varol itiotln go, ana claims ti be the oldest active ruil tray c.i;m ny in the Uliitld ladtes, will at end the \Vori .',t feir. It visited tle Can eniail it Philadelphia and attrnated much tetil ion. 'The French gnvrrnment, throuigh the of .ts of il inister t hitelaw liaid line agreed Spo' mit tihe expouition nutho Itloe t.tro andl uo Irance, fire of duty, electrltypes of ni!dlnt. and othicr exptaition nmatter iu utledI for use inu I' ench papers, to etilun to iterilost in the fair. IThae ldependent ,New York Slhuetzen, tsidered the elite corps of Ueriman-Ateo - an sharpehooters, hItve decided to attend i;o epositiou in tla body. 'l'hi organiza on thas in its metuberlship umany Irotni ituit business men. t hins tllde two or pore shootit. Ltoura ill Europe, on one of hint it was entertained by Prince LBis arek. T'lhe United l ttates treasury department - decidoa.l that machinery Imported to the :position ftoni fuoteiain couatries, either holly ase an exhibit or to be shown in con eti n with the illuetration of some mnanu eturing proctmess, shall be admitted free of ty. Any raw tnnatutial imported for use uttch process must piy regulatr duty, Waver. The Quaeta Ismabellas seociation will not vae a pavilotn or club house on the expomi n groundrs. Its application for space for ch pavilion lias been rejected by tihe ounde eind buildinge con.tnittee, on re mmendation of Chief of Comatruetion B3u nham, who urged that no space could be spared for buildings of the private club house description. The Russian government has adopted a very liberal policy toward the exposition Information has been received at head quarters that the minister of finance, with the approval of the emperor, has decided to pay all freight charges on Russian exhibits to the fair, to insure the exhibits and to decorate the Russian section. The imper ial porcelain factory is making ware of special designs to be shown at the fair. The exhibit which Illinois women will make in the woman's building will be a model hospital, conducted entirely by women. The women physicians and surgeons of the state and the Illinois Training School for Nurses will manage the matter. Three rooms in the wo man's building have been assigned for the exhibit, and the state board has appropriated $6,000 to defray the ex aense. M. Seranno, Mexico's special World's fair commissioner, who visited Chicago a short time ago and made a tuorongh in spection of exposition progress and affairs, has made to his government a report ex ceedingly favorable to the exposition. He advocates an elaborate participation by Mexico. President Diaz has expressed hinq self in favor of making a uine showing of Mexico's progress and advantages rather than of her relies and antiquities. The lady managers are in communica tion with Mrs. Aubrey H. Smith, of Phila delphia, who comoiled a book of intelest. inu and valuable statistics for the Centen nial concerning the charities conducted by women. It is the intention of the woman's bontgd to take up the work begun by Mrs. Smith, and bring it up to date, showing the advancement of women in philanthropy during the last decade. The lady mana gers have already collected much supple mouetay data of an international char acter, and are consulting Mrs. Smith as to tlioeset iupthoJe esugested by her experi ence in arranging the available materials. The Bethl- hem Iron company, of South Bethlehem, Pa., will make an extensive ex hibit, including steel rails, a battle-ship phaftin-g 125 feet in length, guns, projcc tiles, an armor-plate ingot weighing 100 tuns, and various naval aquliatnces. The companu will also erect a full-size model of its 125-ton steam hammer, said to be the largest in the world. It will be to all ap pcrancs i perfect duplicate in every res pect. It will span the main avenue of ma chinery hall, and will rise to a height of ninety feet. At the last Paris exhibition great attention vas attracted by a similar model shown by the C eusat works, but roproeenting only a 100-ton hammpr. Jackson park will e;::i~n a one of its perC manent att; ntions the building which Jlpani will erect for its headquarters at the ex; osilion. 'l'h building will be modeled after one of the nmost famous and archi tecturally unique of Japau's ancient tenm ples, and with its surrounding garden will cost $,70,000. About 40,000equall feet will be occuipied. Tlhe South park commission e.i hiavOe acopted the offer of 5. Togima, re;resoutative of the mikado, to give the structure to Clhipnao on condition that it be kopt parminnent and in repair, and that one roln in it be devoted to a public ex. hibit of Japanese works of art, which the JapianeseO overnment agrees to replenish aun. l time to tilllO. 'ITEED TIlll MESLSIAl. Hte Leavet San FIramnciso for Chicago to tRein.al. Dr. Cyrne 'leed, the messiah of the Kore ehane, has folded his tent and left San .'Francisco for good, says the Chronicle. In the future he will makle his headquarters in Chioao. Dr. Teed left his abode on Noe street, where his converts to Koreshanlsm have been residing for some months, on 'nuesday last. About thirty-five of his male and female followers acopanpauleit their niessiah anunce the bay to bid him a tem porary farewell, hoping to rejoin him in his now hoime in the World's fair city. They wont ns far as Sixteenth street station in Oakland, and there as affecting yet conn ical scene took place. The women walled ani cried as if torn from the breasts of their loved ones, though this Is p.e euribed by their new religion. The men, somber in thought and fases, were less demonstrative in their grief, but their feelings were evidently deep. Just before the train left Teed embraced and kissed all the people, men and women alike, to the great amusement of the spectators present. Then he boarded the train end waved his dupes a fond farewell, after magnificently tossing the porter of the car $1 to put his valise on the train. This caused one of his female devotees to exclaim with great feeling, "That man seems to have no idea of money," just as if the shrewd doctor was not scheming with his friend John Duss, of the Economites in Pennsylvania, to get control of the mil lions hoarded by that sooiety. Teed has already received $1,000 from the Econo mites as "moral support" in his grand hu manitarian scheme, with the understanding that he is to have as much more as he wants. Dr. Teed will spend about three days in Los Angeles making preparations to move his converts from there also to Chicago. Then he will go to the latter city and ar range for the establishment of a colony in the suburbs of Chicago, where all the Kor eshans in America will soon gather and live together. In Spa Francisco there are about forty five followers of Teed, and most of them will leave in three weeks for Chicago. Others who have large amounts of prop erty in this city will have to remain longer to settle up their affairs and. realize ready money, The majority of the poorer dupes of Teed will be taken to Chicago by money furnished by Mrs. Knight, one of the latest converts to Koreshaniem. Mrs. Knight is a cousin of Colonel C. Fred Croaker and George Crocker and a sister of the Bender brothers. bankers, of Vir ginia City, Nev.. The Benders had $15. 000 of their sister's money in trust for her, and when they learned of her intended disposal of the money they tried to keep the money from her on the ground that she was insane, but she defeated them in a law suit and obtained the money. Dr. Teed has "predicted" that his death will take plano in 1893 during the World's fair in Chicago. He prophesies that he will meet his fate at the hands of anll angry mob of husbands, whose wives le has in duced to leave them to join his celibates. His aeath will be an awful and painful one, as the angry husbands will "make the lunishment fit the crime." After his death Toed, who says he is now the in caniation of Christ, will aupear before his disciples in astral form, give them words of comfort and advice, and then become an invisible part of ouch of them, The followers of Toed have full faith that their "messiah" will die in the fall of next year, as e lihas predicted. The new sect will, however, continue to exist and endeavor to make convel t uptil the whole world has been brought to the one belief. Excursion Union Pacific System. Mirq'h 15 this system will sell round trip tickets, Helena to Pacific coast points lim ited to sixty days going, with privilege of returning any time within six months at following rates: To : an Francisco, going via Ogden re turning sneto route, $75. 'To nan Francisco, going via Ogden and returning via Portland anld vice versa, $90. To han Francisco, going via Portland and returping same route, $75. 'Io los Angeles, going via Ogdcn and Sacramento and leturning via Man Fran cisco and (Ogden or vice verse. $89. To Los Angeles, going. via Ogden and San Franolsco and reotrning via aen Fran cisco and Ogden, $93. To Los Angeles, going via Portland end San Francisco and returning same route, Los Angeles, going via Portland and re turning via SBDorsmIoIto, or vice versa, Passengers can have choice of two routes between Portland and ean Francisco- either all rail or steamer. Tickets will also be on sale the 15th to Salt Lake and return, fare $30, limited to ten days going, final limit sixty days. lteiember the IUnion Pacitdoia tile south ern route and makes twenty-eight Iours quisker time to San Franscisco than any other line. 'Through sleeping c:;r reservations and further information can be had by calling on or addressing 28 North Main street, Helena. H. O. WiasoN, Freight anld Passenger Agent. THE PROVIDER. ALL DAY Bargain Saturday ALL AY So many of our customers have been unable to take advantage of our Morning Bargains that we have de cided to make our Saturday offerings good for all day, so that every one may have an opportunity to secure the unequalled Bargains. CROCKERY DEPARTMENT, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods 1EI:PA TME.NT. A- thin cut crystal water tum- - bler, engraved with Large size damask towels, bands and stars, ONLY 5c fast colors, Only 12OC A semi-porcelain Dinner plate, 'Our Leader' corset, decorated with delicate (nOnly (3Oc sprays in enamel, ONLY I O Glass towels, A glass cake stand, 9-in. .... - -. 1a2 .. .ii on high foot, ONLY 25C (Special). Fancy tidies, A 4-quart heavy tin din-ly a5 ner pail, ONLY l CIGAR DEPArTENIT A "Standard" wash tub, No. 1 size, ONTLY 5u 'There is no concern on the face of the earth that dare approach us when we quote prices. A No. 8 enamelled iron hn Agnl.es Booth (,otnchIas Estteciaý," stove kettle, ONLY FO U FOR 2& An imported spice cabinet, 7 ooth Bouquets, 3 for......... 25c A impred spice abinet Agnes Booth lLerfLctos .............. oc drawers, highly finished Straiton & Storms' Royal Owl, 4 for.. 25c ONLY 65c El Nuevo Mundo Rothschilds, each.... z Ic _ Manuel (Garcia IPrivate Stock......... Ioc A set of 6 steel knives and 6 .a ti lnal' r Conha pecs ials...... Ic L.a lntimicad Perfetos. , " ...........r......oc forks, rosewood han- La Flor de inry Clay Perfecto...... .22c dles, ONLY 35 a Flor de ilenry Clay iBouquet...... 1j c WM. WEINSTEIN & CO., SIXTH AVE. AND MAIN ST.