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SpMesentuiltis to the Suprem* Lodge Sessioa Will Diirl to Marshal Rowell $s Araroged .il the Details ton the, pDig Poegramme for the Weaok'e antealement that S h*teoweetlan to Home People and Visitosn Allt. A humls.of LA. , U. W. suprome lodae r Iswwftiee ' eopeoted an Helena yqwrday, but they did not arrive, owing to delayed traina. However, the eneautive committee are all ready for them when they do come. The committee on decorations is anxious for elearing weather, so the deo orations on Main street can be put in place. They are all ready and work on them would have begun yesterday had it been clear. If the man shines to-day as it gave promlee last night of doing, the streets will be in excellent condition by Tuoeday for the big parade. Marshal of the. Day. Howell and. Gen. Ourtie yesterday completed the work of selecting commanders and arranging the various dilielone, and the programme for the parade is as follows: S HRIDQUAPtTIKD PARA~g, nK IPT ON IuE Loos. . 0,. 1W.,W Hn.Z.^, Mont,, Juanll. 1189%. ' General order No. 2. Thbe marhal of tue dly hereby promulgate. the tollowing 'order governing the parade on Toeday, Jone 14, 1892, tor the guae of divi alon mars .arlind ormaa.,hatllone pa ioipetl appearr monnt.nd form theirh dltlone at the time and plale hereinafter pirescribed. ORDER OF FORMATION. Pltoon of police. R arshal of the day. Adjutant Mneral, Gen. !'ha.. D: Cunrtis, Chief of stad , Col. F. p. terllng. Aide do camp. Lieut. C. . .kngllih, tipecial aids, Riohsrd Hohak., A'rtk L. Reece, Henry Myers. Form, corner tladison rvenue and lauser boulevard. First Division. CoL H. d. Kessler, commanding. Aid, CoL John ii. Miller. Helena loand. ComDpany C. First tegireat Infantry, Capt. J. W. ('leary commanding. Troop A, Cavalry, N. G. M.1 tapt. Wm. Zastrow, commanding. Battery A, N. G t.., pt. 8. Banden, som mending. Helena Fire Depart onti Fire Marshal C. F. McKinnon, commanding. Form on Hauser boulevard, facing west. Second Division. Col. John C. Majors commanding. Aids, W. H. McCann and A. P. Read SDrum Corps. Wadsworth Post, Grand Army of the Republic, C. B3. Newbury commanding. U. B. Grant camp, Bons of Veterans, Capt. W. S. Vo w commanding. Myrtle Lodge Knights of Pythias, . B. French commanding. Ivy Lodge, No. 24, Knights of Pythias. E. G. Vs orden commanding Catholic Knights of America, tranch 298, IL A. McKinnon commanding. .Helena 'lypograpical Union, No. i6. Society tcandia. Mathio s Staff commanding. B ciety Bvea Martin lIenson commanding. Helena Turn Verein. T. A. Mathis, commanIing. Helena Whielmen. o. J. Wait commanding. Form on Hausor boulevard, right resting on Madison avenue, facing east, o Third Divlson. John J. Rohrbaugh commanding. Aids, Samuel Rtobertson and rI. J. Casedy. Heledna B mand. Canton t.eohgy.ler (Colfax. 1.0. U. F, Capt Sohott commanding. Montana Lodge No. L 1. U. . F., H. F. Warner commanding. Excelsior Lodge No. , 1. o. O. F., A. D. Butler commanding. Queen City Lodge No. 2, 1. o. O, F.. R. W. Neill commanding. Patriotic Sons of America, B. F. Fiatt, com malding. Nonpariel Assembly, Knights of Labor. Advance Assembly. Knights of Labor. Murphy toslel Temperanre Union, Joshua Armitage commanding. Form on Harrison avenue, right resting on euseor boulevard, facing south. Fourth DIvision. Col. s. C. Giliatrick, commanding. Aids, John W. Alien a d t' K. Anderson. Marysvillo Band. Silver Crook L.odge. No. 19, A. O. U. W., and visiting sister lodges. Form in column of lodg i, as many as may ba necessary on vacant lot, boundcd on time sooth by Hausor boulevard, and on tie cant by Harri son avenue, facing south, first division to form iunmediately west of Harrison avenue, head of column rmting on tihe boulevard. Second line immnediately wonest of tihe tiret and so on west un til the division is formed. Iho division mar shal will be repared to move promptly and follow the third division at proper distance, Fifth Division. Col. H. (r Yeager, commandinq. Aide, W. B. Bryn, Luncnn glcmonald ngid it. N. N icholeon. Boston and Montana Band. Capital Lodge, A. U. . W., anti members of the supreme lodge in canrringor. The formaeron of this division will be the same as the fourth, continuing the formation west, rilht resting on the honlevard, left -x. tendling north and will mov. an soon as the fourth division has turned into the boulevard. It is expected that all organizations will be on the ground by half past ten o'clock a. m., be formed and ready to move at the signal which will be sounded from the sta tion of the marshal of the day. The parade will move over the following route: Madi son avenue to Lawrence street, Lawrence to Main, Main to State. State to Rodney, Rodney to Eleventh avenue, Eleventh av nue to Ewing, Ewing to Eighth avenue, Eighth avenue to Warren, Wajren to audi torium. After passing the auditorium the first di vision will move south to Broadway and there dismiss. The second division will move south to Grand street, thence to Main and there dismiss. The third division will move south to Grand street or Sixthavenue, as the division marshal may prefer, thence to Main street and there dismiss. The fourth and fifth divisions will be halted when the right has reached a point near the auditorium, ranks will be opened and the carriages conveying the supreme lodge allowed to pass through. When all have passed the ranks will be closed and the parade dismissed as the lodges reach the entrance to the auditorium. Division commanders will be careful and preserve the regulation distance of tweney paces from the division in front of them. The different orRganizations will be kept at a uniform distance of five paces from each other. The headquarters of the marshal of the day will be at room 20X6 Pwer block until 10 o'clock a. m., June 14y;6fter that at the corner of Madison avenue and Hauser boulevard, where all reports will be made. - H. S. HOWELL, Marshal of the Day. Official: CHAnnLs D. Conite. Adjutant General. TIE WEEK'S 1'RO(GAMMEl How the Visitors Will Spend the Time While In Montana. The exercises at the auditorium, follow ing the dismissal of the parade, will consist of an address of welcome by his excellency, Gov. Joseph K. Toole, to be responded to by Bon. J. Edward uartt, of Bostoh, Mass., supreme foreman A. O. U. W. Then his honor, Mayor J. C. Curtin will welcome the visitors on behalf of the city, and the re. i sponse will be by Hon. William H. Jordanu. of Ban Francisco, Cal., ex-speaker of the house of representatives of California, and r past supreme master workman A. O. U. W. John W. Eddy, grand master workman of Montana will welcome the visitors on be- I half of the grand lodge, A. O. U. W. of Montana, and will be responded to by Hton. J. G. Tats, of Hastings, Neb., grand master r workmsn of Nebraska and supreme trustse. The public exercises at the auditorium will conolude with an address of welcome and presentation of sovenirs by supreme rep- 1 maetatlve and ehairman of coommlte of h iiierrevs to j?41týruentatve, Mimt lion Of gn'anlljo od t.h. l he mbere of the e a Soeaure it, Sa bi oiM be ail Wi l bok it If probable a" ii * d. lThe progtfRme for the weak is as fol Tusday, June 14, the supreme lodge will assemble atfroadwater hotel atlnnep clock a. i., when a photograph of the visitin members of the nupreme lodge and their elade will be taken with the nre.t natator S1i It blaenll td. At 11 ) o'0loc chaep, phe sup eloge.willbe assorted in oa . aeIM 'bTrcopA. Capital Guarda unattached cavalry, of ena.u Capt. Wn. Zastrow commanding. to the left of the general pro cession, which will form on the Hauser boulevard and essort the supreme lodge to In the evedr nga thbre' will be a ladies' re ception at the Hotel Broadwateo, and a young peoe e' bal at the auditorium. n woneday, June 1n, the iaupreme lodge will visit the olty of Great Falls as the Inguests of Great Falls Lodge No. 88 and the board of trade of that city, to which excursion all visitors are invited to attend, a rate of one fare for the round trip having been established for that purpose. Excursion trains will lave Heleona at 9:a0 a. m. and arrive at Great Falls at 12:80p. m,, when a collation will be served. At two p. ,. the excursionists will visit Rain Bow falls, giant spring, Black Eagle falls, the tsilver emelter, the darm and copper plant, and on returning to the oilty a public reception will take place at the Great Falls opera house. Addresase of welcome by the mayor of 'Great Falls and others, which will be responded to by members of the supreme lod , after which the company will sitdowp to a banquet and return to Hblena that evening. Thursday, June 15, will be devoted to legislative business and in the evening an entertainment will be given at the audi torium, to which all members of the order will be welcome. Friday. June 17, forenoon legislative see sion. FridaT afternoon at two o'olock, ex ourslon tso MIsou, to which all are in vited, the Northern Pacifi Railroad com pany having made a one fare for the round trip for all who wish to attend. The visitors will be met at the depot on their arrival at Missoula and will /be es corted to their hotels by a procession nimi lar in character to that which will escort the supreme lodge on Tuesday. headed by the Ft. Missoula band, the supreme lodge and ladies having as a special escort 3f0 Kootenai and Flathead Indians. A public r reception will follow at the onera house t where addresses will be made by Mnyor I Higgins and lion. T. S. Marshall. president I of the board of trade, which will be re eponded to by members of the supreme r lodge, after which, a time will be spent in social entertainment. Saturday morning. June 18, the visitors I will be given a ride about the city and to I Fort Missoula and to Bonner's mill. There- 1 after there will be Indian games, to be par- i ticipated in by 100 chosen athletes for irizes, selected from the Kootenai and Flathead Indians, after which the supreme I lodge members and their ladies will be pho tographed with the Indians, Major Ionan having agreed to furnish each member of t the supreme lodge with a handsome squaw and each lady in the party a gallant buck. The party will return to Helena Saturday I evening. Sunday, June 19, Rev. W. Warne Wilson, past supreme master workman, of Detroit, will occupy the Episcopal pulpit, kindly i tendered to him by Rev. F. T. Webb, and under like circumstances Rev. A, C. IBane, of Oakland, Cal., will by invitation of Rev. William Rollins occupy the Methodist pul pit, and on invitation of Rev. T. V. Moore the Rev. J. G. Tate, of Hastings, Neb,, will I ocupn the pulpit of the Presbyterian choreb. In the afternoon at three o'clock memo rial exercises will be held in the Methodist r Episcopal church, in respect to the memory of members of the supreme lodge deceased, r since its last meeting. In the evening there will be a sacored con cert at the Hotel Broadwater. Monday, June 20, the day will be devoted to legislative business, and in the evening the supreme lodge will be invited to partic ipate in a banquet, to be given under the auspices of a citizens committee, of which notice will be given hereafter. ''uesday, June 21, Wednesday, June 22, will be legislative days, and in the evenings the Masonic fraternity, Odd Fellows, Knights of Pythias and G:and Army of the i Republic will entertain members of their organizations in the delegation. Thursday, June Y3, the entire supreme lodge and other visitors will participate in an excursion to Butte and Anaconda, where they will be shown the wonders of the greatest mining camp on earth. TO ENTERTAIN THE LADIES. Committees Named Who WIll Look After Their Coumfort. the members of the ladies committee on the entertainment of the ladies who will come to Helena with the enureme lodge representative, have determined to do their share of the work as well as the men are doing their part. The first entertainment will be a musicale at the Hotel Broadwater Monday afternoon, to be followed by a drive around the city. Those who have carriages they will place at the disposition of the committee are requested to notify Mrs. William Math. The following sub committees have been appointed: Musicale-Mesdames John W. Eddy. R. Lookey, Wm.. . Bullard, A. E. Cumming, H. Gans, M. Rands, M Morris, Wm. Har rison, It. H. IHowey, Geo. May, A. J. Craven, John C. Paulsen, J. W. Thompson and C. Woodman. Drive-Meedames Wm. Muth, H. H. Snow and C. A. Donnelly. To secure seats at points where the ladies of the supreme lodge may view the parade on Tuseday-Mesdames $. C. Gilpatrick, J. Horeky and W. Y. Simonton. Souvenir programme-Meedames Wm. Muth, A. F. Foote and J. H. Jurgene. To consult with reference to the musical programme-Mesdames F. J. Sohaffer, C. H. Anderson and S. Genaberger. ileminway's knitting silk in all shadea only 85t per spool at 'lheo lese hive. Foster's hook kid gloves fitted to yoa hand for only $1.25 at Fowles' Cash Store. Silverware Lad jewelry at coat at Wm. Wein stein t Co's. eons of St. George. Last Saturday evening a meeting was held by Albion lodge, No. 827, Order Sons of St. George, to install the offlcer for the ensuing term. The following gentlemen went throueh the interesting ceremony: I Wm. M. Catron, wor. president; S. Bawden, , wor. vice-president; Frank D. Fowler, wor. secretary; Jas. A. Eslick, wor. treasurer; I Geo. T. Nicholls, wor. messenger; J. B. I Burner, wor. assistant secretary. Imme diately after the installation a very pleas ant evening was spent by the memberse, quite a number being present. Private less.ns In shorthand anni type writinl; flrst-celss Inotrlotllon; termls rea sorable. Room 48, Ialley llocsk, lary E. Jasaman. Bantina of s ll inds and flags on sticks for decorating at The tie Hive. The Turkish Rug Sale. In spite of the stormy weather yesterday quite a crowd of ladies were present during the afternoon sale of Turkish rtugs of the Costlkran collection. Two final sales are to be hold Monday and Tuesday, at two p. m. each day, when many new and beautiful pieces will be offered at Electric hall, cor ner Sixth and Park avenues. Call at. Mss Mitchell's and see the bargains in trimmedl hats tide week. Alarso shipment of Infants' goods just re imved at Fowls s Store. Removed. Mim Julia S. Lawrence bha removed from ci Room 4, Denver blook, to ,boom , groundi savor of same block. CRAIAN IN POSSESlQN 1 He Takes Hls Adverary Unawares and Seutres the Former Capital Saloon. kAn Interesting Fight for Posses _ lon of an Upper Main SStreet House. sill The Adjoining Gambling Coneern Hed I 0r' Verbal Lease, but There Was a Written One as Wellt. 'ow to When the Capital gambling house or to upper Main street moved Into the adjola Ing building at the qorner of Main ate re- Wood streets some months ago, an inter Sa eating fight for possession of the vacant m premises was inaugurated. The hone. as which had just been vacated belongs tc nd Mrs. J., sehwabe. The proprietor of the lobh Capital, when it was in the Bohwabe build i lng, was Samuel Wallen, more popularly g known to the profeulion as "Swede Sam." :O0 He has, since taking the Old Headquarters Ip place, corner Wood and Main streets, hid in for a partner Henry Albertson. Wallin, Ip, before giving up the old place, had secured ora verbal promise from the owner that he lie should continue to control the prom lts fees by paying the rent. Though h it was not known why he be wished to do this, It was generally under ny stood that ;he wanted to keep the place to from falling into the hands of any rival establishment. The only rival known to an be after the vacated store was Thomns If. Orshan, of the White House gambling Sr establishment across the street. As it later developed Crahan was after it, and as there i are very few things Crahan goes after with n- out landing, (elections barred), he got there m. on this, or partially there. He secured a ad written lease on the premises and prepared to take possession. Wallin heard of it and Smade preparations to keep Crahan out of ,i. the house. He had a stook of dry goods nrt and other things belonging to Alderman by Lissner moved into the place. Crahan go talked of breaking in after busi 00 ness hours, This called for some Li consultations between the police, the rival se claimants and their lawyers. The police or looked on the matter as a strictly civil nt affair and one in which they had no right e- to take a hand unlessviolence or something os of the kind should occur. Wallin's lawyer in tried to convince the police that if Orahan attempted to break in he would be no bet re tar than an ordinary burglar. Still the po to lice thounht they had better not interfere 'e- until there should be some actual hostil4 ,r- ities. or Thus the situation remained for weeks. id Crahan did very little talking, as he knows ae how and when to keep still, and the idea o. got abroad that he had concluded to forego his intentions and make no fur. of ther fight for the oremises. This w was just what Crahan wanted the k. opposition to think. How far this idea was sy from being right developed last night. About 10 o'clock Crahan, accompanied by a n, deputy sheriff, and armed with necessary it, legal documents, boldly walked into the ly former Capital gambling house, since fur id nishing store. The clerk, a boy, saw him e, coming, and that's about all he did see, for v. a minute later Crahan had taken possession 1. and the doors were closed. An excited re crowd gathered, and as they represented ill the friends of the opposing parties the in sltuation looked ominous for awhile. The presence of a couple of policemen prevented - any trouble. The lights in the store were at put out, and Crahan stood guard at the ry door, admitting only those known to be his d, friends. What the next move will be is problem a atic. Just at present Crahan is there. d Special, whlite crochet cottlon, Ne. 80, 40 and 50, large ball, ine ualilty three balls for 21 Scaents, at lutcher & Bradley's. e Woe have just received a small shipment of ib alfalfaseed. Thoso in need should avail them aelves of this opnortunity to supply their wants, , T. C. P'ower & Co. e All kinds of fancy neckwear at Fowles' Csh S' tore. ir A Lady Buccaneer. A story is related by sea-faring men of n the rather ghostly appearance of a strange a vessel that haunts the waters of the.Carri ie bean sea and the gulf of Mexico. Many superstitious sailors, whether under the in fluence of too much grog or not, we cannot tell, have affirmed in the most solemn manner that the awful stranger, with hide r one scarlet flag and field of skull and cross bones hung from the tall masts, seemed n still more harrowing in its dread appear II ncOe by its contrast with jet black sails and spare. e Mention is also made by the dwellers ir along the coasts of the Florida reefs that 8 the dreaded stranger in its mournful black it is generally seen during some terrible r storm with spread black canvas, seemingly a making efforts to approach the shore, a while amid the visages of the grim crew, n con plainly be seen the commanding form y of a woman, who, withdrawn cutlass point - ing shorward, retains the terrified be holder, who gazes in wonder at this beauti Sful vision with hand incased in scarlet g auntlet, extending leeIward as the' urging the crew to renewed efforts. Her rapid movements expose to view the small foot with crimson eaiters, which again comes in contrast with the deep and solemn black of R the remainder of her costume. A lady of Helena, Montana, who has, a within the last year or so, visited Cuba and a a number of islands of the Carribbean sea, mentions something in addition to this narrative. Her version of the story is that the female chieftain has the most glorious blonde hair that falls in one great mass of I ringlets to her waist, and the reflection of the sun uppn this head of gold, varying so much with the plain quiet black, gives her a most enchanting appearance. "The fact is," continued the lady, "so much has the society of this and the old Sworld been exercised over the story of the strange apparition that black will be worn to imitate this beautiful imaginary area. - lure, at least until the fad of wearing black is over." ie this as it may, the New York Dry Goods Store, acting upon the advice of a many of its patrons, will on Monday next aplace on special sale (see ad, third pago) 100 pieces of all grades of black goods at such a surprisingly low price that the la Sdies of MIontana, who we consider, fir, far I beyond, in appearance, all the female buo cancera that ever roamed old ocean, will vie with each other as long as that special sale lasts at the New York Store, especially since the same concern has promised so sell an elegant silk ambrella, with lovely handle, at $1.25, $1.50 and $2 The largest line of parsee, card eases and leather soeds in the city at 'lihs lIsa live. irs. Alllls Kartaedt's. Ildwlle, Ne, 303 N. tlolay, servles lan, be had on the ehertret poulbla sotce. Sheet music just received at The Bee Olivo, comprising the Ltest senatioln, only 10 cent per copy. eond far eitarlaugles Just lteeelvel, One thonsand dollar invoice of Whiting & Son's celebrated brushes. Also, a oar of vials, flasks and shelf bot ties. Agents for Cooper's sheep dip Agents for Malinokrod's sheep dip. Agents for thnour's floor paint, best on earth. H. Mi. PAi(LncIN & Co. For children's essamnern go to 'owles' ('asli Agents Wanted. Agent in Helena andi every city in Mon. tana wanted by New York Life Insurance company. Large commision pidl ex erieo not oeesar, Aiddros ll m lle blook, ]lc, .... re N 00 MING W"ITRACTIONs. t The appeawaseiht3obard Mansfield at Ming's opera hot" INiday and Saturday of this weak ls. tL.aest important event of Pa the dramatic seep, An oactor of remarks. ble artletio abl', his boldness, dash and orlgi.alit hay bMen so exceptlonal that he la. made al i1maeual stir lb the tbheatrl eal world duetngl Eth lust few years. He hia ventured with ent spirit into untrod den ields of ebaraptet, and out of every S. new adventure he pba added new credit to himself. Perhaps hbe has not been bril Ilantly suocssful in allf but he has bhad some gAat suesses, ana he has stirred the dry bones of conventional acting and itspir people with an idea that there is plenty of dramatc material If the artist has the ener yto to seek it and the pluck s to trusthe atliigsnc of the average and ileae. If It were only for this, Mr. Maun. ield is one of the. striking igures of the time. But he lea man of great reaources, and he has them entirely at his command. It was some ten yeass ego that Mr. Palmer on had a pla ealled "The Parisian Romance," , in whlch he bad oast Mr. Stoddart for the d principal part. Mr. Sttoddart, a modest man and a consolentious artist declared it r- was quite ot of his line, and Mr. Palmer, ant in a hrr, gave it to Mansfield. He made s an instantaneous hit in it. It was a singu. to far and unexpectedly strong hit of acting. he Mr. Mansfield will open in it in Helena. id rly In, ed he m gh he ar ce mt to orme a ire h e d Pri ld C. id of an In It was sometime afterwards that Mr. i- Mansfield began to nake his name as a me star. He played for a long time a piece 'al called "Prince Karl" by Archibald C. Gun 38 ter, a piece which enabled him to make his ,if position moderately secure. Then he ht plunped into ambitions productions and more important characters. and now he commands the closest attention from eastern Scritics. He is exceptionally versatile. He J. has been praised for his "Richard III." and o. his "Nero;" he has made a name in "Dr. rJekyll and Mr. Hyde," yet one of the most i brilliant of comedy performances was his playing of the tenor in "French Fiate," . and he gives a monologue entertainment w that is intensely amnusing and thoroughly sa artistic. Mr. Mansfield's eccentricities lie n altogether in an artistic direction. He . aims at the highest in acting, and there can is be no doubt that in many of the characters we e shall see him in, he ranks with the best. t. Creole Belles and kEgyptlan Beauties. S Sam T. Jack's Creole Burlesque company e is the attraction at the opera house r- Wednesday and Thursday of this week. This attraction is said to be a genuine o novelty. Sam T. Jack, the well known ad manager of Lily Clay, is its originator, ad and has added many new features to the he company. The oreole ,belle divides the he honors with the fairest daughters of the ed Nile in an entertainment possessing the Ire merit of freshness. There are vivacions he vocalists, graceful dancers and merry bur n lesquers, who, together with clever come dians, make up a highly attractive po g- gramme. A rich sceneof the sunny tropics is reproduced in "Tropical Revelries," the resplendent first part. Magnificent stage ad settings, gorgeous scenery and novel me 25 chanical and scenic effects combine to complete a victure of enchantment that seems too fanciful to be real, but is a faith oful portrayal of the luxuriance of the plc turesque land of the creole. Beautiful ta bleaux are introduced, strange, sweet songs are sung and graceful danQes are executed. Ih In the olio many novel spectacles are pre sented, including the gavotte and grand en semble, Egyptian pastimes; creole revelers, vocalists, comedians, acrobats, dancers ot and enchantresses. A highly entertaining e challenge dancing contest concludes the entertainment, introdunchg many clever terpsichorean artists. "Princess Bebe's Trials." ot n The W. C. T. U. will give an entertain i- ment at Adam's hall Friday, June 17, at 36 which a very good programme will be given. id There will be good music, both vocal and r' instrumental, while the play. "Princess Bebe's Trials," will be given. Those who will take part are Miss Susie MoManimon, a iClara Tietjen, Cora 'lTuohy, Orin Johnson, at Caro Price, Lydiar Seefield, Delia Mclanun, W k adie Lamey, Evelyn French and Carl e Adams. Mis Fluhr will give "DI)ora's y Death," from Copnerfield, and others who e, will take paRt are Miss Eva Oakes, Miss Clara O'Connor and Misses Porter and Russel. The admission will be only 25 cents. There was a good attendance at Ming's I Solera house last night at the concert given bV Miss Ellen Beach Yaw assisted by the SHelena Elite orchestra of fifteen pieces. th Eleven numbers were on the programme grE , including the overture from the opera d "Madjoons" composed by .Rufus C. Gar land, of Helena, a son of ex-Attorne Gen-I Seral Garland. Miss Yaw was down for : t three songs but received a recall each time B Sand complied with chaiming selections. At Sthe last recall she resl ended with "lIoeme, if Swoeet Home," and received a handsome bouquet. Prof. Hirnschfeldt assisted the A r orchestra which was led byJ. H. Zimmer- ire man. The concert was for the benefit of tri o the Missouri flood sufferers. Mis Mitchll is offerie l ins in trimmed u hats this wioek, cull rel .ee ths _ C Thrn rollar gosanmers for only S2 at Fowle' Caash ltort,. WeLinotia b Co, offer for 3 a clhamrber set t which caniot be datilieated frr 5. K of P., Attenro,.Int There will be a unionr meeting of the Knights of Pythias in their Castle ball. in the rParohen block, this afternoon at two o'clock. to arrange for thIe A. O. U. W. pa rade. Every Knight is Eluoneatly invited to attend. E. 8. FIiriNcr, 'nra . C. . Mrtle Lodge, a V. C. Ivy Lrodge. Crockery and glasware very cheap at The Iaoo Ihive. ,ll kinds tf drapery gordae at Fowles' Cash Storo. Weinstein & Co. are leadoers In erockery aind WNetle to Tapay.s. All parties having assessme t lists must fill out and return the samoe tothe assessor's office forthwith, otherwise assmesament will be made up from the records, and any mistakes made will be attributed to their own negligenoe. GUo. WALet, arti Assessor. tar hout little $i0 road war,,n isa daradly. Flar ann strengthr. durahillty and eur li ridnlg, it e ullso- har aieraohahlbe head in yaur order. Ia. t: .ilie I ower t to. at I. eslen black siLk lace fionuinss i Dr. T, . 'leasantas. Rooms 15 and 16, Granite block. Prac tice limited to diseases of the eye, ear, - - a - - -i~ :.iu f DO YOU WEAR SHOES? The sale of $8 shoes at $5.75 still continues at J. P. Wool man & Co.'s shoe store. o Don't fall to see them and be convinced that you can positively save $2.25 on a single pair of shoes. LADIES, MISSES, CHILDREN, Will undoubtedly be pleased with our various different styles of Oxford slippers, shpes and sandals, of which we handle complete lines from the cheapest to the best. Please give us a call and in spect, our immense stock. J. P. WOOLMAN & CO., Next Door to First lational Bank. MNIG'S OPERA HOUSE J. C. REMINGTON, Manager. ESDA Y. JUNE 15 AND 16. 0 Peole direct from the Standard I 50 'bohater, New York City. Far above an l our competitors. A Oar Brilliant Banner of Iurlesluo still Floats. ttswitclhing ireons of ur:etsque, Whose Sotwctive tjlanoes and thie Witlhlry of '1 heir Songs and Poses hl e become the T.,k of the Universe. Regulaer prices. Heats on s:iie at P'ope . O'Counur's !)rng Store. Tuesday, ,Juno it. MING'S OPERA HOUS[E, MIanIager Iieminglton has the honor to annonce ne that he has secured at enormous expense, thoe grtostest actor on the English spoeking statge, MANSFIELD iF Anid hIis rtemarkable stook company. who will Iresoert with tele Nw York cast, sconery, coe tumes, furniture andi effects. I riday, Junoe 17, "A Parisiiau Romualnce." Mr. Manol'ed ans liron ('ht'vriM. taturday Matinee, Juno 18, "PriInce Karl," [ntroducing the famco's "Drawing Room" 'en- - tortanioinnt. Saturday revning. Alome 18. "Beau Bruni mn l" I Which rani 200 nights in thl ci o. Now fork, Prices: i0O. 51. $L.0 andl $2. calt oprns, horsldy., June 18i. at Ist'op & (It'onnor's Drleg I Auction Sale -- -(O -- HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. 'Thursday, June. I 6, 1892, I will slll at Public Auatiton, at No. 420 Hswv itl avenue, a choice lot of Hoeusehold furni ire, counistlug in lart of Parlor, Hedrsom, singt Itooui and Kitchen l~ernture, t'ookint id Hrating ttovee, Carpot, Bhals and tioddinR. cking aud Easy (:Chairs. Parlor and Dining tair.s, (ilais, (iueen itnd Tin wares, one new abitoet .itwinig Machinoe. In fact, evoerything ortaiting to housekeepilog. tkalo at 1 o'ckwk I. mi. GEORGE BOOKER, T AUCTIONEER. ABOVE IS A CUT OF OUR LF.DA ZlRl .Ll AOV RUN ABOUT WAGON. Fifty different styles of Vehicles at bottom price.. Harvesting Machinery, Wagons, etc. Headquarters l. r of every description. Send for circulars. p .. T. G. POWER & , MONBY TO LOAN. E On Improved Farms and City Proper AT REASONABLE RATES OF INTEREST, STEELE& CLEMENT C. B. GARRETT & CO., BUILDUER OF Concrete Sidewalks, Street Pavements, Sanitary Basement floor, Ec,: OFFIBu It4 BAILEY BLOCS. TELEPHONE 143. P. O. BOX 1248. HELENA, MONT --- -- -- - - --- - - il- $1,000,000.0. TO LOAN. On Improved City and Farm Property, for One, Two, or Thre.s At Lowest Current Rates of Interest. WILLIAM DE LAGY," Rooms 2 1 and 22 Gold Blook, Helena , -Mof Something New @'· .MILLINBRY *** AT MRS. S. A. FISNER' The Largest and Handsomest Display of Imported Pattern Bonnets, Hats, And Millinery Novelties in the County. Liso Crowns, Straw Braids, Feathers, Flowers, Crepes, Laces, and Straw Goods cf the very latest. tll orders promptly filled. Be sure and call and examine tor you raI .OLE :A O-- Rememberthe Place: ao T Centimeri Kid Gloves, " No. 16 SCHILLING Ev.,, aiu warrant Novelty Block. L. E. RAUFMAN, PINIIdes 1) J. ARNOLD, Mlrauger. L. STADLER, .eer.tay sad mTUvn.ea JELENA MEAT COlP [INCORPORATED,] Slaughterers and Wholesale Dealers In Beef. Mutton. Veal and Pork. : - , ,,,,--," .i SPRING WRAPS. THIEY ALL MUST GO. If prices will move them, we will sell the balanceof our WrpYl, for this week only, at the following reduced prices: Our .r2.50 Capes for $9.o0. Our $rS.oo Capes for .$o.5o. Our $19.50 Capes for $13.50. Our $6.75 Coats for ~5.oo. Our Y.0oo Coats for ~5So. ,' Our $9.75 Coats for 7.0o. Otur $o.5o Coats for $7.50. Our $11I.25 Coats for $8.o. FOWLES' CASH ST o Leanlit Iillino'y, Notionll and Flcy . ,y Og$1j WE CLOSE AT 0 P. M. EXCe • A'+++ , i5 +4tiIx.'