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THOSE WHO MAY VOTE,
Plain Answers to Questions Con. cerning the Qualifloatlons of Electors. What Entitles a Foreign-Born c.tizen to the Right of Suffrage. No JPerson In Montana Can Vote in No vember Unless He Htas Registered. So many questions are daily presented to various parties as to what are the qualifica tions of votere for the election next mouth, that below are briefly summarized the fol lowing statements of the law: First. No person can vote unless he will be twenty-one years or over upon Nov. 8, 1892. Second. No person can vote under any ciroemstances unless he will have been a bona fde resident of Montana for one year immediately preceding Nov. 8, 189., and unless he shall have been a bon fi de resi dent of the county where he offers to vote for thirty days next preceding Nov. 8, 1892. These qualifications are general. They apply to any and every person, no matter who he is or where he may offer to vote. Persons who are not native born or fully naturalized citizens of the United States must also be governed by the following rules: First, If a man had lived in Montana six months before the constitution was adopted, that is to say, six months before Oct. 1, 1889, and had declared his intention to become a citizen of the United States any time before Oct. 1, 1889, such a person was a qualifed elector at the time of the adoption of the constitution of the state, and had a right to vote in October, 1889. He may have voted, or he may not have voted, but he had the right to vote. And such a foreign born person can vote at the general election to be held next month, if he has resided in Montana since No vember, 1891. The test is, Did the right to vote exist Oct. 1, 1889, or the day the constitution was adopted? If it did, the voter need not now become a fall citizen of the United States. But if a foreign born person had not de clared his intention to become a citizen of the United States prior to Oct. 1, 1889, and had not lived six months in Montana be fore that time, then he cannot vote under any circumstances at the election to be held next month unless ha becomes, on or before Oct. 15, 1892, a fall naturalized citi zen of the United States. Now, a few words as to citizenship. If a man declared his intention to become a citizen of the United States on or before Oct. 15, 1890, and has lived in the United States five years, the last year of which time he has lived in Montana, such person is entitled to become a full citizen of the United States, provided he brings wit nesses to prove to the satisfaction of the court the above facts and that he is well disposed to the American government. The courts generally require two credible wit nesses besides the applicant. Foreign born persons who came to the United States before they were 18 years old, and who have lived from the time they 18 up to the time they are 23, or over, were within the United States can be admitted to full eitizenship upon proof of residence and friendliness to the United States with out any time elapsing between first and second papers. Further, no person can vote, under any circuamtances. for the location of the eap ital, or for presidential electors, or state or county officers, unless he has been regular. ly registered under the registration laws of the state. Let every voter remember this, and what follows: Registration closep Oct. 15, 1892, at 10 o'clock in the night, and unless the voters are registered before that hour, no matter whether they be qualified or not in all other respects, there is no legal or possible right to vote on election day. There is no such thing as "swearing in" a vote on election day. That law applies only to city elections held in April of each year. It has no application to the election next month. Finally, let every man study the qualifi cations plainly set forth above. Immedi ately see to it that he is properly natural ized and registered before Oct. 15, 1892, if he desires to avail himself of his right to vote for president of the United States; for Helena for the capital; for state offioers and county officialse, at the election to be hold on Nov. 8, 1892. Cut this out and put it in your hat or pocket for reference. Mrs. J. T. liedinger has reopened dressmak ing parlors at No. 215 South Main street. Bargains in houeihold furniture, rugs, earpete, parlors and bedroom sets, draperies, etc. boom I Porter 'lats, 10 a. m to four p. m. Dress Goods and Materials for Winter Wear. Dress goods and dress trimmings for win ter wear are now displayed by Sands Bros. in a greater variety of charming styles than we have heretofore seen in the Capital city. The collection they exhibit in choice Paris and London novelty dress patterns includes the new French wool bengalines, illumi nated cords, changeable serges. brocaded chevrons, fancy crepons, watered chevrons, fancy diagonals, corded muscovites. French cheviots, Scotch bcheviota. English bedfords, F.uench broadcloths, fur trimmed and em bioidered novelty patterns and high clays silk and wool weaves. Dress trimmings inu fure, silk beavers and minks, silk and jet gimp, Persian galloons, fancy gnims, gir dies, braids, new laces and novelties are now open in very attractive assortments. Clonkings and heavy broadcloth serges and suitinps for cold weather wear look temptingly comfortable as shown by Sands iros.', in anony new weaves. Win ter underwear and hosniery for ladies' and children's wear in seemingly endless assort nuents ire also now open. In their cloak department Sands Bro,. show everything now, attractive and elegant in ladies' and children's garments. Their display of furs is also comprehensive and embracem every thi.i new in muffoe, capes, scurfs antd the latest shapes in fur garmnents. They are offe:ing special inducements this week in all grades of fall and winter dress patte.ns. be them. Clhange of Mlanavement. The Belvidere house changed hands to day, Mr. D. A. McDonald having sold his interest to Mlese s. Moore and Wallace, who will conduct the business in the future. Mr. McDonald retains hle interest In the Steamboat block and will run it on the ] .uropeDn plio. It willbe known in the ftnuce as Mc2lonnhd'e hotel. Attention. Knights of Labor, L. A. 3.92.8 All members of the above assembly are requested to meet at hall at 12 o'clook sharp Sunday. Oct. 2. 1'. 11 (hol,.N. Finalcial 0oo'y. Eastern Grapes. We have due to arrive Monday morning a carload of Ohio grpes, eonsisting of Concords, Delawares and Catawbas. LINImAr & Co. Just IRteeived Two carloads of heating and cooking stove. Every stove guarenteed. F. 8. IJAN(I Co. Not.Ire. The Broadwater natatorium will close for the season to-night at 12 o'olook. Lamps at one-half value at ^the Ien Iliv re moral uln. Ilaembt r i tl Is the last week, as tie removal takee place tot. !. FOUND $100. Lnd Three of His wienuds at the same Time Were Lauky. Elght bright sad shining yellow $40 pliees of native Montana gold will be picked up by some lucky guesser sad three friends who certify to his coupon, the money to be ready as the vote of the state is determined officially. Do you want to find $100? Have you three friends to whom $20 apiece would be a convenience about the time heavy overcoats will be in demand? Costs you nothing to try for it. Read the coupon on the fourth peage of T'iu IxDxPzx DnUT. Simple as A B . YoU oat the coupon out, All in the blank spaes, ad dress it "Guess Room, Headqaarters, 67 South Mala street, Helena, Mont.," and get the yellow boys as soon ms the vote it counted. Any man, women or child living in Montana may make a guess, and some one is bound to be the lucky winaner. Send In your vote early and be careful to see that it to properly filled, ead them by mail or brint them in personally. The coupon will be printed on the fourth page of Tan INDa PaNDZNT until the last day of the contest, and the Headquarters is open all the time. The prettlest silver chatelaine watches in the state at the Helena Jewelry Co. Everything in the line of Job printing at the Independent Job Rooms. YOM KIPPUR. The Day Is Appropriately Observed by the Hebrew Iesldents of Helena. The day of atonement was observed by the H.brews of Helena, beginning at six p. m. Friday and ending at six p, min. yester day. Services were held at Temple Emann. El Friday evening, at which Rabbi Sohal man delivered aeermonon the duty of the members of the faith to observe the Sab bath. Services were held yesterday fro am 10 a. m. to six p. m., and were very im pressive. Two salmons were delivered by the rabbi, in one of which he spoke pes tio larly to the young people, urging them not to forget the faith of their fathese. An ex cellent choir rendered the hymns during the services. It was composed of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Poznaneki and the Misses Amy Cohen, Jennie Heoner, Minnie Boyer. Prof. Nunvar presided at the organ. lThe Coltumbus Iales are arknowledged by all marnufacturrer, to bh the best value in tihe United tates,. You can buy them right here in your mountain city as cheap as in any city in the east from T. t:. Power & Co. New veilinge in all the latent styles and pat terns, jest received st Tie Bee Hive. OYSTER TRADE IS GOOD. The Demand at the Motor Waitlng Rooms on the Increase. It is a common remark of people in Hel ena who like oysters that the best place ia the city to get them is at the Motor Wait ing rooms on Sixth avenue. Lovers of the bivalve soon find out where the best are kept and where they are properly cooked. There is a great deal in the latter. It is a prime requisite that the oysters shall be fresh, and nobody knows it any better than Sam Herz, so he has arrangements for the receipt of a large tab of them every day by express. As to the cooking part. Sam is equally as well posted and is a pastmaster in the art of preparing oysters for the table in all conceivable forms. If you like oys ters you will never regret a visit to the pop ular Waiting Rooms. Private school of shorthand i Pitman or Graham system taught: visitors welcome. Mary LE Jackman, 48 Balley block. Independent Job Rooms make a spe clalty of law briefs. The Lament of an Ape. An ape, the pet of a Montana lady, sat mqurnfally in front of the muaical instrm ment; its long, sinuous, almost human shaped hands pressed the ivories with a master's tuneh. Now a look of ecsteasy, then a bending as though of misery; again the solemn, mournful actions as the rich strains of Verdi's "Conquered Algiers" baust forth from the grand instrument. "Instinctive genius had been the little animal's tutor," said its mistress. "Like 'Blind Tom,' nature was its master." "For hours it will remain at the Instru ment," she continued, "playing overtures from 'Norma' or 'Faust,' or selections from the greatest composers, evincing the en tire time the most intense delight; but the moment the first chord from Verdi's 'Conquered Algiers' is struck its form apparently becomes inanimate; a sad ness seems to overspread its countenance, as though in memory it lamented the lose of its native home, the destruction of its forests of cocoanut, or the sad separation from its relatives in far-of Arabia." While on a shopping excursion the other day the lady drove to the front of the New York Dry Goods Store. The little animal, who occasionally accompanies its mistress, was perched upon the back of the seat, which gave it aeommanding view of one of the windows that was elaborately trimmed with rich furs. Here wyere to be seen stately piles of pelts from the home of the Esquimaux, the wilds of Siberia or the desert plains of far of Africa. But what seemed to attract the attention of the ape to a high degree was the rich folds of a moakey cape that hung suspended from a figure. 'Twas inetinct that taught him that this species might be a brother or a sister. The New York Store will this week place on exhibition, in addition to the rich, long monkey circular, agrand stock of furs that will be of great interest, not only to the ladies of Helene, but to all Montana, as the goods oastomarily shown by that concern are known to be the quintessence of per fection. The New York Store will also create n sensation for the next fix days (see ad. on third page) by offering every conceivable shade, including black and white, of bro caded silks at the extraordinary low price of 29 cents. Remember, for six days only. All who call at our repository, corner ielenea .vtnueandc Main rtr.co, are rcrttrittcl and tie lighted ibh the tlnr stoo arekd i l.ltr,-tr styles of ehlicl-. we carry. We it vite all to pay as a vinst whetther yoll purcltarc or not itn Dielrou fore us toetow goods and prices. 1'. C. 'rower & tic. THE Hl iENA MEAT COMPAN Y. Have Purchased at a Very Lnow Preice 1,000 Head of ChUice M"OItnIaO Cattle. They have determined to give the public the beneht of a luckry transrction by selling beef at lower price than had ever been heard of before. Call at 18 Edwards stroct, hrtadler & Knufman'e old stand, irext soor to Lirndny'e, for pIrices. Rocky Fork ('oal. If you have not secured your winter's coal drop around to our city ofllce and sec a sample taken one mile ands quarter from the surface, thie most comrpact coal on the market and you will not wonder why we are selling two-thlirds of the coealof the city. Our output in so great that we an meet any emrergnc,. City olioe Granud Central cigar stand. Gilchrist iBrues. & Etlgurr, agents. Notlee. The Brondwater ntato ium will close for the season to-night at I. oclioch. DRPRICES eajllIl Baking (-t- Powder. Used in Milliona of Home--do Years the Stalanid WORLD'S FAIR MATTERS. The Colored Women of the State Asked to lake Some Interes . Statistics as to the Belf-Support ing Weaker Sex at Anaconda. What aome of the Countles" Will LikeyII Mend to tihe Great Exposition at Chicago. The ladies' department of the state board of World's fair managers has issued an ad dress to the colored women of Montana, whleh reads as follows: "Mrs. Mary Aeil Cantrill, chairman, committee on colored woman exhibit at the World's fair, writes to know If anything is being done in your interest in the state for the World's fair exhibit. We hope you will at once either join the various county organizations, now formed, or organisze yourself in separate organizations, which ever you prefer. We are very desirous that you will take part in the woman's exhibit of Montana, and any aid that we can ren der will be cheerfully given. Bly writing to this office you can learn what is expected of the ladies' department." Helen H. Thornton, secretary of the Deer Lodge association of women, sends the folloking statistics of the number of self-supporting women in Anaconda: Do mestics 132, average wages $25; dressmak ers 24, average wages $60; nurses 6, average Swages $50; keeping boarders 70, average wages $30; keeping roomers 57, average wages $15; esaehers 15, average wages $80; seamstresses 5, average wages $60; house keepers 2, average wages $30; iaundressee 13, average wages $50. It is stated that the women of Anaconda mean to make an ex hibit for the world's fair. It will probably consist of an anaconda cut out of wood and covered with copper, with Montana sapph ires for eyes. While the Montana law concerning the board of World's fair managers has de clared that the board shall consist of six teen male residents, there are only five women working for Montana on the board of lady managers. These are Mrs. Clara MoAdow, chairman, Mrs. L. E. Hower, secretary, Mrs. J. E. Rickards, Mrs. Marian D. Cooper and Mrs. It. B. Harrison. Al though the women have only been organ Ized and systematically at work since July 23, yet they give great promise of a credita ble display. The ladies department as fixed by the state board is as follows: "To consist of five managers, to include the lady members of the board of man ages, whose duty it shall be to have charge of all matters pertaining to dairy products, pantry products, needle work, plain and ornamental; floriculture, native flora of the state, named and classified, such of the fine arts, plastic and ornamental, as are the products of woman's hands, and a gen eral supervision of woman's work through out the state in all its branches, both usunal and unusual; also of the various breeds of poultry." Meagher county will lead of witha butter figure. equal, no doubt, to "Iolanthe" of Centennial fame. In floriculture, Madison county has a woman preparing a wonderful exhibit that will put Dr. Kelsey on his mettle to excel. In fine arts, Lewis and Clarke will doubtless lead, although some beautiful work done by the women of Townsend, Sheridan, Butte. Livingston and Deer Lodge will closely follow the best leader. In the professional statistics, one dentist, one lawyer, five physioians are dis covered so far; all graduates of first-class colleges and all excellent in their lines of work. Under the head of "Books, Journal ism and Story Writing," a number of names have been found. Mrs. Barker, of Townsend, ranks high as a poetess, and has received words of praise from Sir Edwin Arnold for her poems, published in the Lon don papers. Alma Alden, now of San Francisco, and many others are expected to contribute. In unusual lines there are women engaged in sheep and cattle busi ness, mines, taxidermy, etc. It is gratify ing to note the neat, business like letters, penmanship, logical, clear statements that are contained in the reports coming to the office of the state secretary. Worthy of special mention are the Glendive, Ana conda and Deer Lodge offices of corre spondence. The large number of women found in Montana with the best of execu tire ability, good judgment and business sense, make one wish the state board had half or a fourth women in it. "on't forget that we are state agents for the old reliable Schnttler wagous . They are in tire lead now, as they were thirty years ago, when yro or your father crossed the plains on them. iEvery wagon warranted. T. C. Power & t o. This is the last week of the great removal salo at The Yee Hive. le sure and secure your bar gains before Oct. L Elkhorn and Old Haldy Railroad Comn pany. Notice is hereby given that books for re ceivinc subscriptions to the capital stock of the Elkhorn and Old Baldy Railroad com pany will be opened on the 10th day of Novembr, A. D., 1892, at the parlors of the First National bank at Helenn, Mon tana. T'Ihat at said time and place and f om that time forward enbacription to the apn tal stock of the said railroad company will be received. TI'. 1H. KLEINBORHMIDT, Uro. H. Hit,. Wa'M. It. Looas, . W. KNI(oT, Ja, iENiY H. HeILe. Notice of Sale of Stray Uorses. On Oct. 11, 1892, the state board of stock commissioners of the state ofMontana, will sell at Deer Lodge, Montana, to the highest bidder, about forty head of stray horses, collected in the county of Doer Lodge by authority of the state law, tihe express condistion of sale of Snid stock be ing that the purchaser shall take the same fom the state of Montana for disposal. Blank forms of bids and also nov informa tiors with regard to the sale will be fur nished upon application to W. G. PFreultt, secretary of board of stock commissioners, solena, Montana. Look Out for ('|olerslt In a creat many cases half the sickness comes from the water you drink. Your family physician will tell you so. You can prevent all this tiy getting one of ])r. P'a. teur's water Ofilters, the only germ proof filter in the wotrld. We let you try one be foro you pay for it. OCall and see them in workirng order at our store. We also carry thie best and oleasest line of cooking andi heating stoves in Helena. l'luml:n mg. Ieat ing and tinnina done in all its irenehes. STratnrrcK At BIIRrON. Vrnit line ofrr urifrl thousotlrr1n Orde on the Ibar amin counters at h'le ties Jhiivr' CONCERT AND COMEDY. Dellightfl Entertainmeat at Turner Wall Tl-night-The Programsme. The "Masenerohor," the singing soioety of the Helena Turnverein, takes the pleas. are to invite all lovers of good sliging to their sonaert to be given to-night at the Turner hall. The programme, whIch will be carried out by the Masnnerohor in onn ne.tion with the ladles soclety, consisting of twenty-five persons, and the opera house orchestra, is as follows: PAIT I, 1. Der Corporal Marseio ............. Marchaer Orobleter. 2. Zecher Kehble, boss sa oh, ........ J. . Wea A. Seller and Mace rnchor. . Teasend-ehoe, also rl.........E. Iokert D ire. J. Adamt. 4. Dnett, loh Wollt en htraeuslelrn lltoden Mr .......... . A . tiambert re . le e e an d W irth. l DIer orear.. .. ...... ......... . Deboat Mixed Chorus. I'AaT II. . Violin oloe ...... Profe. Weber and Vollert 7. Serenade..........................Franz Abf MIaeunerehnr. 8. Soprano solo , riuneung.......Iluffman Mrs. 11. Itlume 0. Aulfforderung zum Taur polka rondo... . ..o; ............ Oaten 10. Orcheeter. PAST lit. TIhe tunday hInters: A tares In one akt, von A. Conradl. Text von 11. Kallech and Ir. V. Moser. Jchnrrnbe, proprietor of a mill in the moan triba.........e ......... A-.. Ml e Lr rnilie, his nieceMr .i.............Mr l i. llume flnne Kalkulator. ................ II. Blumr Sademann, egistrator.............. e. (o . ranz unters ............. C WJ. Elznorr A pearant........... ... .. .... ul. Anahrt .'lace of the action: A forest mill in the neighborhood of Berlin. After the performance, dancing. If you wyant your job work done quickly and neatly, patronize the Independent Job tooer1. The Pjostrr five-hook kid gloves in all colors, dre.e.d and undreseol at, J'he Brc Ilie, only f t.. L..Ivory pair warranted and fitted to the Buo your wagons and machinery of every deo scription fronm T. Power & Cuo. Announcement. I would respectfully announce to the peo ple of Helena and vicinity that I have punr chased the Helena Employment offioe from Herbert Chandler, and will be pleased to receive the patronage of those who have al ways done their business there, and no many others as will favor me with their orders. Having been in the office for more than a year, I feel myself well acquainted with the wants of patrons. All business will receive prompt and care ful attention, and I will thy to give satis faction and furnish desirable and reliable help of all kinds. Very respectfully, W. B. CooK, 24 Edwards street. Commercial work with dispatch at thle Independent Job Rooms. Odoatunder applied to the gums for painless extraction of teeth. Positlvely no pain. Dr. Skimmin, dentist, Sixth ave. and Main. Notice to the Public. 1 have sold my employment office to W B. Cook and have no interest whatever in the Helena Employment office after Sept. 80, 1892. All persons owing me can pay W. B. Cook. Anyone whom I owe can find me at No. 52 Park avenue. HrEBBET CHANDLER. Helen,s Mont., Oct. lst, 1892. Notice. Taking effect at once, the Sunday excur sion rate of one fare for the round trip to Alhambra and Boulder will be withdrawn by the Montana Central railway. B. H. LANGLEY, General Ticket Agent. Just Received. Two carloads of heating and cooking stoves. Every stove guaranteed. F. S. LANo & Co. Be sure and see The Bee Hive line of table linens and towels before making pour purchases. COSMOPOLITAN M i HOTEL ANDl) RESTAUBRANT. Why is the Cosmopolitan the Leading Hotel ? First-Our rates are reasonable, $1.25 and $1.50 per day. tSeond-We give a firstrolass service for the money. Third-Meals are served at all hours, day and ni ht. Iourth-The dining room is presided over by obliging lady waiters. Fifth-You can order what you want and pay for what you get. Itixth--You do not have to help pay the hotel dead beats' bills, as our terms are strictly rash. Seventh-Electric ears pass the house every 12 minutee. Eighth-And last, if you will find one man that say.. those are not all facts we will give you a five-carat Montana Sapphire. H. C. BURGAIYD. PROPRIETOR. -Joule Bros., ,iAvenue e e DEAL.ER IN a " Sawed and Split Cord Wood Wood sawed to order by steam. (all and ex amine and order your weod before winter tete in Satisfacotion guaranteed. Telephone 142. MING'S OPERA HOUSE J. C. REMINGTON, Manager. A I) OCT. 3AND 4 The orial Evnt of tleo Season. Harrison & Bell's Comedians; In lna l t ar t uri r a cess I LITTLE TIPPETT ly Alexander li'rill, arthr ,f "\\iliu Inlr erl by Ire- inI 'uth as ith. I urniiwt (Cllld el .ler w.ritoun. "All e rnl ihtic, ilnlrairi lltl a crolr ."- Niw Yorki \\orld S'Iit kL i thie audience .hrikirnga w t.l Irnrglto.r floe tin , rine to te full of the ci of trni:L,, alrt ririCO.l a prolhotnrncl eueier ." ,' w Ntl.] Ire:'ahl. nrilly-.' I orI o'I n I1h, "lTle founniest of all IHireirn' trles." -Itrston Ilerald. YOtU; mIiL. YEll.!t Il errv'd taie iof seats elon at Iollr . O'(.1 tn ilrr'o I)rug itora . SHELl HINOSON & CO,, * * • Jt)lOHmis (F * • lay, Graoin, Flour, :Fel, Rolied Oats, C(s)tN IlRAI., I'OFATOEn), ETIC Correapondenoe with ranchmuen srolicitr. as we are always reaniy to iirrlhae orata to larse unautition for ca'b. Whlolesale Ag.nts for thie (tilobratedl Royal Banner and Pride of the Valley Flour. Telephone N. 10t. f42* HozcmUa Sr. Noen N?.A'.tlMes Ilept. T. G. POWER & GO. Dealers in Farm and Mining Mnachnery of every description, and State Agents for the "Old Reliable" Schuttler and "Bone Dry" Rue;hford form, Quartz and Logging Wagons. Hay Balers, Baling Ties, Barb Wire, etc. Steamboat block, corner Helena avenue and Main Street. The Helena Jewelry Go., j " e DEALERS IN a" MONTANA SAPPHIRES AMOUNTED Watchmakers, Jewelors end Engjravers. Mlanufacturers of Jewelry from Native Gold and Silver ASlI PIERCE, MANAGER. The Northv)estern and Pacific " JVlortgage Gormpanry, " . * * .. OF AMSTERDAM, HOLLAND. SHAVE MONEY TO LOAN In LARGE or SMALL Amounts Upon Helena City Property. C. F. ELLIS & CO., AGENTS. POWER, BUILDING, HELENA, MONT. WEISENHORN CARRIAGE MANUFACTURING CO. -AILL KIND.S OF Carriages and Wagonr Made to Order. Repairing and Painting Promptly Attended to. HELENA AVE., ADJOINING STEAMBOAT BLOCK. TELEPHONE 121. 7MONY TO LOAN. On Improved Farms and City Property, AT REASONABLE RATES OF INTEREST. STEELE & CLEMENTS MONEY TO LOAN z1q SVvS TO STvT. On Improved City and Farm Property, for One, Two, or Three Year, at lowest current rates of interest. WILLIAM DE LACY, ROOMS 21 AND 22. GOLD BLOCK. HELENA. MONT. ARTHUR P. CURTIN'S FURNITURE, CARPET, NEW MUSIC HOUSE. WALL PAPER AN --) Honso Furilishing Goo0s Hanso, P.ian .os, orga.s, . rOiguinettes, Guitars, Violins, Accordions, House onlrged to four tima former rnpacity. AND A FIl.K. lINE cis 1:i, icnsk.e fleoors etndig throuxh th I MUSICAI I "'L MR~,:-IANDSE. , O.U k r.,l ter n thnae that o all othor lheleal: ,,, ans fr Steinar & Son. Sohmer, (aith iurhaeoas and straight enlo n.d ship- I .rt . rn I ,,:" mlin, "rig, " af'Urdcrr will roivo Dpromplt attention. l)oLow price. and enay terms EL EL 1.NA . * S 101 N'I' A IT.A.. SUPPOSE YOU TRY IT? FULL FASHIONED. W\e are agents for LEWI,:lS UNI)ERWEAR, made from line 1.ON(; AI.STRALI'AN wool, by which shrinkaige is greatly overcome. This garment is tlhe linest grade inatlde, consequently very elastic. Patented yoke. If you want the most comfortable garmnent exam ine this before you buy. Medlium and cheaper, grades. Prices to suit. Ilats: YOUMANS, and others. SHIIRTS TO ORI)ER: We can give you satisfaction. REED, CI RAIG & SMITH CO., GOLr D ) LOCK.