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Ministerlalists in Germany Expect They Can Pass the Mili tary Bill. It Will Be Done by a Oombina tion of the Various Partles. Prinee nlsemirok's Recent Statements Denounoed as Flation-Dlstreas Among the Poor. IxiRLTN, Nov. 6.-During the coming week several important meetings of patty leaders will be held in Berlin preliminary to the opening of the reichstag. The gen eral drift of the political developments points to the government securing a ma jority for the army bill through the coali tion of the conservatives, centrists and members of the reiolhpartei. Prince Bis marok's denunciations of the bill have failed to influence even national liberals. The meeting of national liberals at Wur temburg took the strongest line of attack against the bill, in declaring that Germany is unable to bear the increased taxation proposed. It was shown that a vast major ity of the incomes of Prussian families were under 900 marks yeanly. With regard to the tobacco tax it was shown that there has been a decline in the receipts the last half of the year of 54.000 marks compared with the preceding half year. Receipts of single tax declined 26.000 marks, and from sugar 1,740,000 marks. The decline in re ceipts from these articles of common con sumption is taken as proof that the people are already overburdened with taxation. The Polish group in the reiehstag, which hitherto nave been staunch supporters of the military project of the government, weakened on the eame grounds. Deducting the Polish vote the ministerialists are still confident that they can carry the measures, 184 to 164. About a score of votes are un certain. Some of Bismarck's latest statements are denounced as fiction. The Vossicohe Zei tung calls them important mistakes. His assertions that the late Emperor William wanted to annex parts of Saxony in 1866, and that Molthe urged the invasion of France in 1875 are both questioned. Among the episodes Bismarck tells now is one about a Blonapartist agent who, in 1871. came to him during the negotiations for pence end offered to go to Bordeaux with half a dozen resolute men and assassi nnte Gambetta and other members of the provisional government. The emperor was to be recalled to France, the Germans hold ing the country until the empire was re established. Bimanrck believed the pro ject possible, but rrfused to agree to it, thinking monarchial France more danger onre to peace than the republic. The newspapors concun in expressions of repret at the undignifed character of his utterances. The Militiar Wochenblatt, in an article on the army bill, fankly states thr.t in the event of war the Russian anmy is so sulerior to the Austrian habt Germany [ would be obliljed to help Austria on the eastern frontier while fighting France on the western front:er. She would be but feebly assisted by Italy,. who would be on able to uiwva.e France, and who would have geet , ilicculty in defeudin hbe- own coasts frmn the French fleet. Mlajor Kleim, the u.ilita y w. iter, contends that war is inevitable. 'Ihe increased KALISPELL. Kalispell is a young and growing city of over L2I0W inhabitants in which the first hullding was erected in May, 1891. It is the gecgrlpical cen'er of the Flat head valley, and a dlvisional point on the minin lin of the Pacific extension of the G:ent Northern railr.rad. Several miles of sido track, a r unl hous e, coal yards, -and a freigh.t depot have a'ready been bui t and a handsome two story b:ick and iton , passenger depot, which wien completed wi;l be the finest on the line of thii road west of St. P aul, is now under construct'o . Steameie plying on t e wat rs of Flathead lake frd riv-r ri a Ith lih head of ni: V ation at Kili-+: le 1, t' u. alfo dirg transportation fa if ites 'o lie N,-It ern Pacitic rai r al. ' h, c n tru -tion of, a n'w ra'iro id has be- n i<- mm-n ,f 1 fr ,m the min:n, cen ters o t ic, e. :e t, t' e in mýn-e co:1 flied in th noi:r hir-, pri oi th i Fiat head v,-al c}:, h 1, 1 a :di g: :r.,ugh Kal isp -11, will g ve h r ihn ap and direct comrnliiin'attii.n :-th ].utto, Heleena and all I oint : south., nd ,p i a ready mar ket fi r pr d ii; of the valley, all ot whic' -, inym I.cr g'eograph ical loeatison. will Ine :::; ri' y center at Ka:isplil; wi:il- Ic ;: ,tural g' ades from ths m nte antd o l li :,is of the urrounuling coun try, the chealt and unlimited supply of fuirl, t g; ther wit-h thn great water p w, r a' e:cr very dmorn, will make Kal isli--ll t: oe s:el1t ing ieon.t(rof this portion on!ft e tte. It is already thesup!,ly pint for lh- ;r'my oif inoit.,r- and ollo s perlor.; oleralmng in the North and -lnth forks and the Kooteonai mini in.c rogions, and v. it:' h-r three stron : ni:tioial bin.k, she cann have no rival as the linan -ial center of the whole Fltl,e It region. Accord n.t to .ubliseid staaistics, ino city of Lii - ' z,- in the United Statel; can boas' or s", fine, a syst-mi of w;ot r works and (lectr . light. 'IThe vl eni c-'(nm pr,,ia sern mih s of pit e. tlhydrants at every I ret int irsee ftim, and pumps with a eapa-ity eilluil to those of the Butt syste 'IThe lotial c:ast of the plant is u!twanls of $125l1,0. A bri- k brewery has just been com pleted swihh a capacity of 1.'.0) barr.'t pcr mont h, I aving the lat-,st i mlpr-v-,d mnachiner. antI operated by men of hl,n: stanling ; nd successful uexperien,-e in t ,eir line. Numerous substantial brink h:as on;s 1blo.-ks have been construncted v,' tlin the ast season, nndl many fine ii: i " on a; re now going up through O':1 t ;, tlown. i.:-cal inditementts will be offered to - a- It';-fories. h in, ,,%- Ing is a list of industries which wsl,lild find lKaiisll a most promising puii.t it which to locate: fi,;,uh -rnd dour factory, furniture fac tory. I ottory works, tub, ltucket and ox f: Otorv. waper mill. starch factory. taxation to strengthen the army bill, h deelanee, will save the Fatherland man millions of debt contracted by an untor tunate war. Both writers admit an le mense advance in the military power o France and minimize the value oy the alli ance with Austria and Italy. With the approach of winter disetes among the poor becomes more clamorous A mob which collected in one of the poo quarters threatened to pillage the shope They threw a polle agent into the canal whereupon a body of mounted polloe charged them and cleared the streets Boatmen saved the agent. A large numbel of arrests were made. HASTY ACTION DENOUNCED. English Authoritiles Condem Cantlada Cattle Too Promptly. LomoN, Nov. 6.-Herbert Gardner, presi. dent of the board of agriculture, may ex pact a storm of protests of Scottish liberals against his hasty action in prohibiting free importation of Canadian oattle and order ing that they be slaughtered at the port ar which they landed. This action will im pose a heavy burden on taxpayers, as the cost of slaughtering will have to be borne by them, as will also the expenses- of com pensating the owners of the cattle. The opinion of Dr. Williams, who is regarded as the first authority on cattle diseases in the kingdom, coincides with that of the best American and French authorities, that it isthe cornstalk disease and is not con* tagions. He has admitted that many of the animals slaughtered were suffering with lung defects, but contended that these were merely due to the strain of the long voyage and exposure. The board of agriculture is blamed for omitting to make deoisive proof of the efficacy of inoculating sound cattle with lymph from animals alleged to be suf fering from pleuro-pneumonia. A deputation, headed by the duke of Westminster, which waited upon Gardner yesterday urged him to forbid the free im portation of Canadian cattle, is credited with having a motive for their course. It is said the societies represented by the depu tation feared that the impo tation of Can adian stock would have an important effect upon trade in home pedigree stock. The incident will quicken the demand for Scot tish home rule, which would give Scotland its own board of agriculture. A deputation from the Scottish Home rule assooiation waited upon Sir G. Treve lyau. secretary for Scotland, and claimed that the question of Scottish home rule should have attention simultaneous y with or directly after Irish home rule. Sir George declined to make definite promises regarding the course of the government, though he showed that he is in sympathy with the object of the deputation. Excursion Rates to California. On the 15th of each month the Northern Pacific railroad will sell round trip tickets to California points as follows: Helena to San Francisco and return, go ing via Portland and returning same way, $75. To San Francisco, going via Portland and returning via Ogden and Silver Bow, $90. To Los Angeles, going and returning via Portland, entering Pan Francisco in one direction either going or returning, $89. To Los Angeles, going via Portland and Brn Francisco. and returning via Saora mento and Ogden, $99.50. Tickets will be limited for sixty days for going passage, with return at any time within the inal limit of six months. A. D. EnDOt. Gen. Agt., Helena. Mont. CHAs. S. FEr, G. P. & T. A., St. Paul. Minn. Orris Emll0lymlenlt AgenMicy. 3: ;, a.nth :r. r er. Telrepuoi e 100 WA.NTEI)-MALE HlELP. 21 coal miners, $1.10 ner ton; steady work for a year. 25 tie-mnakers, 10 cents prr tie. 110 uoodrhoppere. 1.25 per cord. 5 teamsters. 25 ra iroa I laborers. $2.25 per day. 10 .: on or rilp-raplirg: frer fare. 22.5 per day. 2 rman cooks for city, ra5. o ro roth. 3 girls for general house\work, 225 rer month. (tirl for eecond work. 125 per month. W oman cooks. The Richest in Minerals and Most Fertile Agricultural Region in the Northwest is THE GREAT FLATHEAD COUNTRY. RESOURCES. Aiidiunroral, Coal, Oil, Lumbar, Stoni, Lim, Fire Glay, Natural Gas. The area of the Flathead country is more than 100 miles square. The Flathead valley is 25 by 50 miles, abounding in the finest agricultural land. In the heart of the valley and on the main line of the Great Northern railroad is located KTILISPELL; The largest town in the valley, surrounded on all sides by a rich farming country which does not depend upon irrigation and produces a crop every year. KALISPELL is the geographical center of" the valley, contiguous to cheap wood, coal, cheap water power, lumber and millsites. The agricultural, mineral and coal lands are equally distributed around Kalispell, the key to the Great Flathead country. FOR INFORMATION WRITE TO + C2 . CON Rq D-, + Manager of the Kalispell Townsite Co. the cae or of how ad xreneedy t suc osea has faled. Thousanda of such m can bn oited out That'~ the reouen ore bet their faith in it with otrer cs reward for a ong of cateri whl they cannot cure It's a medicine that al lows them to take such a risk. Doesn't com mon sense lead you to take such a medicine t " An advertising fake," you say. Funny, isn't it, how some people pner sickness to health when the re iedy i posl tivo and the guarantee absolute. Wiseen don't put money bac of "fakes." And "faking" doesn't pay. Tthoy believe in themselves. Isn't it worth a trial I Isn't any trial preferable to estarrh I Helena Employment Agency 24 EDWARDS STREET. Telephone 330. W. B. Cook, ]Proprietor. LZTAZNTS. 2 men with teams to teke contrtact. 100 Woodehoppere, $1.l2 a cord. Syardt man for city. Girl fr famil of tin city. 2SL. A lace fore wa irt-class waiter gir. A cook and waiter girl, s'me place, $70. I cropk, $>l . 1 man waiter for city, $10 a week. SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALE. Advertisements under this head three times Fht . I ,ITUATION WANTED-BY A GIRL 18 American widow (stranger here) would like position as housekeeper in widower's family, or any position not menial. Mrs. E. F. Briston, postotlce general delivery. Helena, Mont. ,ITUATION WANTED--Y A DltESIMgKER to ew by the day. ddress Skandinavien employmeat eoffice, Alden block. SITtiATIONS WANTED--MALIg Advertisemaens nuer thi head three times ITUATION WANTED-TWO YOUNG MEN ttendinr colge want places at ones, to work for board and room Address postoltee draweor 0, City. I.T8UA''ION WANTED-AS OFFICE BOY; an do typewriting; give good references. Addree it homer block. HELP 'WANTED FEMALKI ' ?ANTND-GUOh COOK AND DINING Sroom girl at the Colombia house, Colum bia Falls, Moot. " ANTED-A GIRL TO DO GENERAL housework: muot understand cooking. Call at 402 Dearborn avenue. HELP WANTED-MALE. W- ANTED--AGENTS TO INTIRODUCE BY sample our now coupon system to mer chants and storekeepers; liberal ealary and per manent position; experience unnecessary. Cin cinnati iicount kheck Cou., Cincinnati, O. FORit RENT-DW ILiLINGS. 1OB R IENT-FIVE ROOM HOUSE WITH I piano. $35. 800 Harrison avenue. lBOARDti) AND S to..~4 OFF'ERE.[. -I lt ENT- TURNIShTTED bOUOM WIH t rt-class table board, i30 per month. 110 Edwards street. u'. BlENTr-FURNISHED ROOMIS, WITH or without board. Miss Finerty. 517 Eiroad way. Wood's block. T'uOl ItNT--ROOMS AND BOARD., 60 1 Warren street, corner Sixth ave, IMPORTED CIGARS. We Have a Large Stock of FINE HAVANA GIGARS In All Sizes, Which We Will GLOSE OUT AT GOS Were Purchased From First Hands and Are in Prime Condition. BA.CH, GORY & CO. Montana made Edam Cheese, superior to the Imported, made at the celebrated White Face Dairy--well Seasoned. Stock now on hand. Give it a trial. OR, I.ENT-FI.URNI .4ED ROOMS. F1OR RENT-LARGE, EL.,GANTLY FUR nished room. 22 North Rodney. 1OR IENT-TWO HANDSOME PARLORS l' with steam heat in t has. Lehman's old residence, 110 Edwards street. 1 OR RENT-FOUR HOOMS COMPLETELY f' turnished for housekeeping. Apply 801 Beattie street, corner Sixth avenue. FLOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS BY DAY. I week or month: steam heat. Holter block. OHR RENT-COMFORTABLY FURNISHED rooms at re.onal rata. Harvey blook. Grand street. Next door Hotel Helena. LOST. LOST-A LADY'S BLACK BILK SCARF. Finder please return to T. H. Klein sohmidt. attirst National bank and receive suitable reward. LGST-WHRP TAKEN FROM BUGGY IN front of Independent building. Please re turn to this office. FOUND. Ii'OUND-A ROSARY. OWNER ('AN HAVE same by applying at Independent office. proving property and paying cost of this adver lisement. FOUND-ALBUM AT MY SHOP. OWNER oan have same by calling at my place and paying for this advertbiement Cha. May, 51 P'ark avenue. MONEY TO LOAN. IONEY TO LOAN-HERBERT Ba REED & Co.. Thompson block, opposite Grand Cen ral: $50 to $10,000 to loan. ,IONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED CITY and farm property. Wm deLacy. beeady. NONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVbE D FAtMt and city property at reasonable rates of interest Steel. & Clements. AKONEY TO LOA-4--± u". " 'ALMEL. lEE Sadv,. page . FOR BALE-RBAL RETATE. TFOR BALE--NORTHEAST CORNER BROAD I way and eattie--88 feet on Broadw ay, 100 fest on leattie; 080 per foot on Broadway. In quire 861 North Main street or 84 South Lavia, OR SALE-HERBERT B. RItED & CO.. SThompson blool largest Wale and trade list in Helena. FOR RENT-MISOCELLANEOUS. rTO RENT-HERBERT B. REED & CO.. 17 North Main street: largest hst of houses and rooms in Helena. M ISCELLANEOIJm. 8988 WILL PLACE YOU IN PERMANENT Sprofitable ofce business; experience nnnecesary. Addrels Lncrative. postoilioe box 472, Butte ('City, Mlont. FOl SALE - CARPETS, MATTRESSES, blankets crockery, bed linen, etc, etc., for sale cheap. inquire of janitor of Pailey blook. FOR BALE-FRESH MILCH COWS FOR N sale. Inquire at McDonald house, 618 North Main street. TOR BALE-HEATING STOVES AND CAR I petes Call Spruce street. WANTED-MRS. E,. C. LYONS & DAUGH ter have opened a boarding house on the corner of Grand and Jackson streets, opposite The Helona hotel; board by the day or week. The table will be furniehed with the best the market afford . WANTED TO TRADE-ItQUITIFS IN lM W roved Hlelena properties for city lots or aorege adjoining Helena. My svluations are reasonable. C'all and see me. k ranklin i. Wallace, Denver building. p'OR SALE-SCHOLARSHIP IN THE MON tana Business College Call at this office. Olt bALE--SCHOLAttSHIP IN THE HEL ena Business College. Call at this oice. WALTER MATHESON'S LIST. LWELLINGS ON INSTALLMENT PLAN. E$1.Sl -Neat new oottage on Davis street about ten minutes' walk from Broadway: new barn, poultry hoose and nearly an aore of land: only $100 down, $2 per month: a deloidsd bargain. $2,200--Handsome dwelling on Blake street, with hall, live rooms, two closets, pantry, cellar bath room, city water in kitchen; $150 down, $23 per month. $i8,2P--New brick dwelling on Third street near leattie, with hall, seven rooms, bath room Scellr, pantry, several c!osets, hot and cold i ater, finished in oak; good lot; 11200 down, $25 per month. $8 ,7t--New brick dwelling on Highland strest two blocks from Broadway, eight rooms, bath room with extra good plumbing, hot and cold water. furnacee good lot, house fronts north and bao very line view; 500t down, 940 per month. $8.80--Modern seven-room house on Fifth avenue between Eattie and Raleighv bath, fur nace. gas and sewer ronnection: good barn; $500 down, 540 per month. len-room brick dwetling on South Fwing within three minutes' walk from counrt house, with lot 42x100, at $4,250. BARGAINS IN LO'IS. S$90-Lot.,42x10 on Fifth avenue:; $00 down, Sbalnce in two years. $3U0 each for two lots. each 50x140 near Mon tana avenue in Flower Garden addition. $5,500 for 100 lots in Royce addition, well lo cated: $4,5l00-Corner on Benton and Gilbert street, 100x150. $050-Good building lot in Easterly addition; $100 down. $350--Lot in Broadwater addition on electrio line. Lot on Booth Ewing one block from court house, *1,200. FOt RENT. $i to S8-Several houses in t'ox addition. *10-Four-room house on Broadways near Chau cer; $16--brlick house with bath. 1o. 1069 Fifth avenue; $15--even-room house on Peosta ave one, near Betton; $20--five-room house on Eighth avenue, near lodn,); severnl furnished houses at from 020 to 130; four-room brick fur nished house, corner Davls and Fifth avenue. $21. WAlIILi; M1 ATHIESON, 859 North Main street. THE FLATHEAD VALLEY. The Flathead valley, ten years ago an almost unknown region, the home or the savage and wild beast, to-day is the most I roductive section of the north. west, yielding per acre double the out. put of Kansas, Iowa <r the Dakotas, and is the only section west of the Miss. issippi river which can rival the c le. bia e 1 lied River Valley of the North in tie superior quality of ils cereals. It is the o ily agricultural scction it the state o' :.ontana, where crops can be r ies-d without irrigation. Voget;-bles of all kinds i.re grown i. abundance, while apples, plums, peaches, ch( rries, peals, and the small fruits such as strawkBer rie., blackberries, goosebe rtes, raspbor ries are be'ng la'ed successfully. With a teady market for all products of t:e soil in the rich mineral di tricts to the east, west a d south, tie larmers of th) Flathead valley will soon be classed among the wealtihest and most influen tailof this new countr . W\hontaiv rages thirty five bushels p-r acre, cats sixty bushels, barley forty b:lt-hel , rye thirty bushels, potatoes 40(0 bush., s, cabb go ten tons per acre, rutabagas thir.y tons per acre. The Flathead riv.r, with its tribu taries--tl.e North, South and Middle forks-- the Stillwater and Whitteish rivers, with thei r nume ous branchei, making a total of o\er t.0 i miles of lot ging streams, a'l of which converge at Kalispell, hfow through vast fores's of pine, taimarack, fir, larch aid te lir. Under th t recent law enacted by con gress these boi ndless tracts of timber land can l e purchased at $2.50 per acre. According to the state aud tor's report, of the 103,480,283 feet oi lumber cawed in the st tte during the year 1891, 100, 0.,,0'00 was sawed in M seoula county, thus demonstrating this portion of the state's sul remacy in the lumber in dustry. In the northern portion of the valley are hidden vast measures of a superior quality of coal towards which the rail road's are already building, and the de veloument of this resource alone w.ll rent.er this Aection the Pitt-bung of the northwest. Adjoining th.se immenss bodies of coal lie large tracts of oil land, which gve promise of equa'ing the rich petloleum fields of Pennsylvania. Natural gas has also been discovered in this region. Underlying a large portion of the valley, a thirty-foot start um of the tinrest qual ty of f e clay is found, which o:ft r excep tional opportun'ties for the manufao ture of potevry, and iaff rds the trick maker a conve.ai n. and unlimi el sup ply for hes kiln. I!o(imo. and pressed br.c'k of it most super or quality have b On iun l. from this clay. and nunmer ous hsndsome buildcrgs throughout the va ley s and as nionumnun a to this in dus ry. Me ntnna's mineral ou'pit, wi-,hi n)w surpnlss.- tha of aL; o her a It in .ho uni n. wl1 be largely aug icen ed by the developmnen, of he bidden reasures in the roiunta n r. nges atrrounding the F,a he il valley. icht veins of volld, silver, o ppe- and lenIl, which h ve already b en die -ov red. tire atrao ing the at.ention of thIe' capi alie's who have inversed largely iin mining proper tire throughout this ece.ion, and are rauidly uu.hinr their dotelornaent.