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ON THE STAND ALL DAY,
Expert Batterman on the Relations of the St. Louis and the Drum Lummon. What a Fault Is in a Legal Sense and Also in a Geolog ical Sense. Judge Knowles times the Order for Referee McDonald to Examine the Moetana Company's Booeks. Et.' 0. 8. Batterman, the mining expert, was on the witness stand all day yesterday in the case of the St. Louis against the Non tans company in the United States court. He testified that at the apex of the St. Loenis vein was a large body of mineral averaging from six inhes to two feet, and worth from $200 to $800 a ton. The wholle length of the Cruse lead of the Drum Lam. mon was practically the same material. He showed where the wall of the St. Louis vein was and said the workings of the Montana company extended 100 feet inside the St. Loouis lines. One of the questions put to him by Lawyer Toole, for the plaintiff, was this: "From your ex amination of the surface and uinderground works of the St. Louis. and the plaintiff's and defendant's claims, and from geolog ical observation, and by the adjacent coun try, in connection with the study you have given this matter, and the relative bearing of each of the points upon the ether, what is your ultimate conolusion as to the identity of the St. Louis vein. the apex of which is found inside the St. Louis claim, and the workings of the defendants in and about the Jubilee chute and the Jubilee chute No. 1?" "I believe," was the answer, "there is a vein going through that portion of the ground of from twenty to fifty-five or sixty feet in width, that apexes for a long portion of its length within the St. Louis ground; that all the ore found within the Jubilee No. I and the Jubilee No. 2 stores comes out of that vein; that the vein has filling generally distinct from the country rook and its walls, which can be easily recognized as a rule; and that all the ore found lies wholly within those two walls." Lawyer Hughes cross-examined Expert Batterman. Before he got through it was bhard to tell whether the lawyer had the expert on the stand or the expert was cross questioning the lawyer. When the lawyer put a general question of a loading ohar acter, the expert, if he didn't quite un derstand the drift, insisted on his cross-ex aminer making a specific interrogation. Some of his answers on this line were snscient to provoke a smile on the sphinx like countenance of Lawyer Kirkpatriok. one of the Montana company's counsel. The expert pointed out a "fault," or frac ture of a vein near one end of the Drum Lummon workings. Lawyer Hughes wanted to know if a "fault" was a mineral vein. "In a legal sense it is," was the an swer. "In a geologioal sense it is not." Then the lawyer wanted to know ift the Drum Lammon vein ended at the fault, was it not a branch or spur of the other. "Put this pointer against the table," said the expert, suiting the action to the word, "it ends there, but it is not a part of the table." During the day's proceedings Judge Knowles signed the order to allow John M. McDonald, the commissioner and referee selected, to inopect and examine the books, papers, maps and plats of the Montana company. 'and selest such for use in the trial as would have any bearin` on the case. The Montana company lawyers argued and contended that the word "reports" should be left out of the order. The St. Louiste company lawpers were satisfied to have it stay there, but Judge Knowles put an end to the arguments by striking the word "re ports" out. The order as finally signed directs Referee McDonald to examine all maps, plate and books of the Montana company oontaining entries of the dimen sions and extent of stopes, and the quarts rook and ore taken southof a vertical plane drawn parallel with the north end line of the St. Louis, at a point 100 feet north of the BSt. Louis incline shaft; and all books and records containing entries of the quantity, quality and value of quartz rook and ore taken, south of said plane up to a vertical plkC extended downward to a point marked No. 2 of the St. Leouis claim, parallel to the south line of that company's claim. The referee is authorized to make the inspection without let or hindrance, and to report his acts and doings to the court, with maps, plats and books. A. D. Churchill, another expert on be half of the St. Louis people, will be exam ined to-day. House and sign paintina, g kal. aominng and inside fizisb.ita J.L., ikarde taint and wll Paper Vo,f,6tothM"ai s.trea The Jackson corset waisa i the ,oly corset that sires eomplete p..t . ab eins and shoulders For sale o8 y.-by ntelt.t &iradley. o World's air Rates via the Northern Paoefle. On and after May th the Northern Pa aifio will sell excaurioa tickets from Helena to Chicago and return at the rate of $70. The transit limit in each direction will be rtdy days, with final limit Nov. 1,e 1898. If desired by purchasers, tickets will be issued to return via either the Union Pa aifle or Great Northern railways at the same rate. No stopovers will be allowed east of Bt. Paul or the Missouri river. Bear in mind the fact that the Northern Pacifio is the only line running through cars between Helena and Chiaeego, without change. For further information, sleeping ear reservations, etc.. call at the Northern Pa rife city ticket offioe. or address A. D. EDoAn. Gen'l Agent, Corner Main and Grand streets, Helena, Montana. The P?ee Hive has another week of bargains. See their announcoement on another pagea lar arins in dross goods, maoklintoshe. capes, suits. boys' wear, etc. kricee are so low that every one in need of goods must bury. Notice. STATE OF MONTANA, COUNTY OF LEWIs & CLuAReK, } . OFFICe oF COUNTY COLERK. Notice is hereby given that there will be a special meeting of the board of county commissioners at their offioe on May 4th. 1898, at 12 o'clock, for the purpose of open. and considering bids for the building of bridge near Augusta and for such other business as may legallr come before them. By order of board. J. S. Toosan, Clerk. Helena, April 28, 1898. Bors' hkne pants and boys' waists in all ages a low as 22 cents, at he t-oe Hive this woeek. $70 World's fair .d RIeturn vr i the Great Northern. Commencing May 4th the Great Northern will sell tickets to Chicago end return for $70. Tickete good to return via any direct line until Nov. 1. B. H. LANOLta, G. 1. A. Uear In Mind. We never fall to suit you. Our stook is large and complete. The J. t~TEsNurr JrWeIJtv Co.. 20 Main street. (io to The Bee lire for hosiery and underwear this week. Look. Loox at the new thines in the Helena Jewelry company's window. MUSICALE TO.MORIROW NIU'HT. aTh to Olesvsu as e. Caunregatibumt Chuerb Promisee to Ie a Treat. Tp muoilers to. be aIwn towamorrow vrs.ag uand4 the suapiees of thb Ktlnt't Dcqhltere 9 (tlet C rta~st ttnlsoI ohur~ h promises to be one of the musical treats of bte seasen. The programme indleates that some of the best musalol talent of the city will take part, and the advance sale of eats shows that the ttendanoe will be large. Mrs. Geo. May, so popular with Helena people, bee kindly oonsented to assist, the ir n time for Velala months local peo ple bave bad the opportunity to beer her sing in publio. The admission has been !laced at a merely nominol sum, 50 cents. The progremme i5 an follows: 1--Hlungrlan l)Danes, , 7 and 8....... rnhms Piano doet, Miu Wade, Mise Cuthbort. s-Tho pringttue.., ..... ....Franz Abt --The Dragon 'iles ... ...... argeid 'Irio, Mrs. Kloe:icshmidt, Mias Brooks, ir. 4-Answer ......................Robyn arltoon solo, Mr, ii. i1. Logan. i-Instrnmenta olel on . ... . Quartotte Mr. 1C M. Arnold, Mr. Otto Zoeokier, Mr. ir'nk tihar.o, Mr. (Charles Clr.'k. S-The Iarde of leop .......... saor le Lar t o:o, Mr,. \, ebdttr. 7-Ainor........................ ....Pinsutl Lnet, Mrs. Foote, Miss titewart. 8-The Star........ ......... ........ aore tolo, Mrs. Mey. 0--Rost Thee on Thy Mossy lillow..... mart Quertott,. Miss Wade, Mice Brooke. Mrs. Avery, - Mrs. Klolnsohmldt. Madame Medini's new book on voeal culture now ready. leat by mail St prepaid. 20 Homer block. THIE CHILD WONDEB. The Eatertainment to 8e Given at St. Pant's This EveIlng. Clara O'Connor, the child eloonUtonist, will give an entertainment at St. P:ul's church to-night. She will be assisted by Vollert's full orchestra, end the following programme will be rendered: PART I. 1-Aradlian Overture...........Otto Wehler ¥ollert'e Orchestra. 2-Burlar Bill ..................... Goo. iddle Clara O'Connor. 3-Romanc. VL.ollert'e Orohestra. Rnt 4--Happy Little t.ripple............... Rley Clara O'Connor. 5-aest Overture .......................Leanter Vollert'e Orchestra, 6-Flash the Firemn's Story....Will Carlton Clara O'Connor. PART II. 7-Eelection From Flotow's Opera. "Mar. th" ..... ......M. Tolersl Vollert's Orehestra. 8--Our Hired irl....................... Riley Clara O'Connor. T-Geand Mother Landler........... W l Lange Vollert's Orchestra. 10-Stracy Snabam ............................ Clara O'Connor. 11-Child of Fortobe March ............ ehreiber Vollert's Orchestra. 12--Orphan Annie.......................... Riley t lara O'Connor. The 5. K. lickards Paint and Wall Piper Co. is the only honuse in this city carrylng a complete line or wall paper, mixed paints, window glams and artist's materials. FOR THE ORPHANS' HOME. "Fho Private Secretary," Under the Aus plees of the Sisters of Charity. On Friday, May 12. "The Private BScre. tary" will be reproduced at Mina's opera house, under the auspices of the Sisters of Charity, for the benefit of the orphans' home, now under construction in this city. "The Private Beoretary" was played in St. Aloysius hall on the 12th of last to a full house, and every person acknowledged that they had full value for their money. The citizens of Helena at large should turn out and make this worthy work a financial sao cese, even beyond the expectations of the sisters, for a more noble cause has never before been presented to the residents of this city. This is a good chanoe to see a first-class performance and also to help keep the little ones who are alone in the world. The largeat and best line of baby earriages in the city at The Le3 Hive. Special sale of corsets this week at Butcher & Bradley's. 105 Broadway. THIE MILITARY POST. Commodore Power Says It Is Belng Pushed as Rapidly as Possible. Commodore T. C. Power is in Helena on a flying visit. Mrs. Power did not return with him, as the commodore is going back to Washington in a few days and on his re turn to Helena later Mrs. Power will ac company him.L Talking of the military poet that is to be located near this eity, Mr. Power said that the deeds were in Washington before he left and were in the attorney-general's office. It wll take some days to pass upon them, and if they are found to be all right the final steps in the transfer of the land to the government will be taken. When this is completed the war department will be notified and then pre liminary work will begin. Mr. Power says that by August, anyway, work on the post will be in progress and it may be before. Full line of hosiery, underwear, notlons, etc., at prices that knock out any and all special sales in town. Butcher & Bradley's, 105 Broadway. Samuel K. Davis--pecial. INVESTMENT sTOcls. Iron Mountain-Lets 250. 00 and 1,000, The demand is very active, considering the tightness cf the money market. The stook at current prices eannot be beat for invest ment. Bald Butte-Is slowly but surely being developed into a phenomenal gold mine. The past dividends have not paid large in terest, but it is safe and sure; 500, 500 and 800 for sale. It will be no lower. Whitlach Union and MclIntyre-The strike of high grade ore (gold) still con ,tinnes with no signs of diminishing. The stock ie an absolutely safe parchase and prospective buyers had better hurry up. Advances are certain now. 800, 500 and 1,000 lots for sale. "Piegan" (gold) 1,000 to 5,000 lots-The people who know the property best are the buyers now. Benton Oroup (Neihart) 1000 and 5,000 to close-It eeems to be a good purchase at the price. 20 and 27 Bailey Block. Yenou can buy a stylish spring dross pattern at The 1ee Hive for .gI0'J, goodnls that usually sell at $.00 to $2. 5. hoy must be seen to be ap. preeiated. Proposals Wanteid. Bids are wanted for furnishing one mil lion brick at Libby, Mont. For further in formation address the Libby Townsite and Lumber company, Libby, Mont. Dress patterns quoted this weak at L$.50. all wool tocotchl civiotsr ir Rpring shades, is far .e. lowtho out of 'teriutlion. 'Theo loe live in boun it o sell gad , andt it tl ey do not rell at "no prlc tihey mutr ar I aatanothar, therefore the sweeping redu:tion mn price. Notice. Ten thousand imported cigars retailed at cost prices. Call for them. Swend Carl. son, 88 and 45 bouth Main street. As the fline weather laprroarhes we are remintdl ed that Iraby must Ihave a much air and sunliglrt as possible , herofoa it is very in lortant that yorl btry a aihy ,arrialo at eone. 'litr brat and cleaotet line In tire cty r an be found at Tihe lie Hive. The Latest Novelties both in sliver and goldt largest variety; all new designs, at the J. SrNmarrZ Jawan.t eo., 20 Main street. Look. Loon at the new things In the Helena Jewelry company's window. Watch these columns for a great bargain sale pf rarasuai atd umbrella'. 'lhe lire trive tea ogi.at a hit lob In tiheee oods and will uakte eq announcement in a few das tlhat will aton lHELENA IN BISut. Jackson's music store. Bailey block. CHOOSE COLORS CAREFULLY. With the OIJept In YlViw f s5eesuie HoI mos r. Don't let the riot of aotors 10 bats @eo aupl you. $imple effectsl re. always Il good tasty Don't faer 'a.n because fasblin evems to 'say so, ony different shades will look well together. A oorroet eye onn aocomplish wonderse ln ombia. tlons of oolore. Take a look at the flowers , A, as they come up; tulips, for instance, and master the combinations in yellow and red, and in pink and yellow. Take note of the passlon flowera and learn what to do with purples, blues and greens. Don't think that the mere name of a color covers its possibllities. Consider your own or yoar neighbor's parrot and coach up in greens. Consult the sky and do wonde:e with pur ple, pink and pale green. In other words. cultivate your eye, and taste in shades; re flect that the combination which seems all right in a colored fashion plate will look distressing on you. Is this hard to believe? Take another look at the fashion late, and be answered. The pretty ad who is walking down a garden path, andwho has on a strange shade of green dress with red spots in it, has eyes for all the world that match the green in her dress, her cheeks are like the red in her gown, and her hair just matches the queer, soft color of the garden path. The reault is harmony, of course, but you haven't eyes and cheeks like here to help you out, and rou may be thankful you haven't. If you had, you could only wear that one dress, and would have to pose forever on that pretty garden walk. The bonnet presented here is made of glossy, dark green small foliage, and has a few loosely bunched flour de lie and a tuft of dull green and purple curled stems in front. The strings to this bonnet are nar row ones of deep purple, the rosette at one aide being separate from the strings, and of purple and dark green satin ribbon. Among the many bewilderments offered by various and contrasting models it is as well to choose from the simpler ones. So far most of the hats are alarming oven in the win dows. What would they be if worn? GOSPEL TEMPERANCE UNION. The Work It Is Doing for These Who Need Its Services. Manager Jesse Armitage, of the Gospel Temperanee mission, makes the following report of the work done by the Gospel Tem. perance mission from April18 to 80: "At the meetings, kindly conducted by the various pastors generally, for twelve nights there has been an attendance of 850 or an average of about seventy-eight each night; attendance at the reading room, 695, nearly an average of fifty-eight each day. 'There have been twenty.four pledges signed and three conversions. While we are en couraged to hope for better thines for the months to come, we feel that thiis has been a good beginning in the new quarters. To insure the best results we ask you who call upon the name of Lord to ever remember this work in your prayers and as often as you can to encourage it with your presence. We still have need of a few more monthly subscriptions to insure our current expenses. A lady has contributed twenty-five Gospel hymn books (No. 5). Is there some one else who will donate us twenty-five more, for we need them. "The ladies oommitteeof the Gospel Tem peranoe mission take this method of re turning their thanks to the friends who contributed so liberally in aid of the sup per given in support of the work, and in sured its success. We are happy to report the following result: Receipts, $69; ex penses. $21; balance for mission, $48." Notice. ETATn or MONTANA, CounTY or Laws & CLAnKE, is. OFFrce OF CoUNTY CLEaK. Notice is hereby given that bids will be received at this office for "Furnishing and erecting one thirty-six (36) foot pony span, and riprapping and crib filling for bridge across the south fork of Suan river, near Augusta, Montana, till 12 o'clock noon. May 4, 1893. Specifloations to be seen at county clerk's office and also at store of H. R. Dunlop, in Augusta. The board of county commissioners reserve the right to reject any or all bide." By order of the board. J. S. TOOx.a, Clerk. Helena, April 28. 1898. Nltles. Having disposed of our stock of boots and shoes to Messrs. Clarke & Frank, 22 South Main street, we desire to thank our customers for their past patronage and commend them to the said firm for fair and courteous treatment, reliable goods and liberal prices. We will thank all persons having accounts with us to call at Clarke & Frank's store and settle same with our for mer salesman, Mr. J. H. Holme, who is authorized to act as our agent. J. P. WOOLMAN A Co. Helena, April 29, 1893. Only Two Days to Chincago Some lines advertise "Only two nights from Butts to Chicago," but the Union Pacific makes the ion in two days. It will, of course, be much preferred by all busi ness men and other people who want to make quick time to go via the Union 'Pacifio and use only two days in making this trip, rather than go via a northern line and use three days and two nights. Please paset this in your hat so it will recall the above facts to you when contem plating a trip to Chicago. Notiee to Taxpayers. All tax lists must be filled and returned to the assessor's office on or befo:e May 10th, otherwise they will be made out no cording to law, and can not be ohanced. Newlineof lacoes just rocei:ol at The lice Hive. Just Arrived. Fine line out crystal, which we are offer ing at moderate prices. I'he J. STEINMETM JwrELYt Co.. 20 Main street, Mixed paint. Mx.ied print. (tnr mixed paint is llut up unlder our owls Ibrand land hne stcd the test for .enar. We, enaraunte it ax as;Triely pure whlie Ichasl, cunr atar li rueso i ,il tloast. .1. ,tiekards t aint and Wall tlper CO., 211 North lM ainst rt . Look. Loox at the new things in theHelena Jewelry company's window. 'rovid yoursrelf with a maeklntosh if yon are goiut tt hse .'urld's fair, as you atnnot La on rumlereo with, tat utlsbrolla at all tsmes. 'IThe loeellive h~ln a S0ialsalse 'm those gooda this ",V. 01 t all Wvll .0 ~well to avall themselve of tlhels bularglls, If Yut Want to buy a gold or sliver wateh sall on us, we will save you money; large stook. J. STIrNMTrvv JEWrLaT CO., 20 Main street Look. Loox at the new things in the Helena Jewelry company's window. TAKEN UNDER ADVISEMENT. The Case Against Dr. el1loegg rer seon COboladed. The board of medicalol esaminerse ester day conoluded the bearing in the ease of Dr. E. H. Kellogg, before the board on the charge of being guilty of unprofeseional, dishonorable aid srmmoral conduct, and of volastlng a oity ordinance. Judge Blake, leading conael for the prosecoution, opened tho proceedings by reading the decision of Jadge Hunt In the babeas corpus ease Irls leg from the coroner's inquest in the Ma son0i temple case, and it was put in as part of the evidence of the prosecution. City Clerk and Attorney Mltire wasee put on the stand by the proseuontion to show that Dr. Kellogg Lad not reported, during the monthb of March and April, the birth of a child. This closed the case for the prosecation. Attorney Kinsley thnou made a motion that the case be dismlssed, in that it had not been shown that the laws under which the board acted had been vio lated, and alleiing that nothing had been shown proving that Dr. Kellogg had noted in an unprofessional, dishonorable or im moral manner. rMr, Klonsley made quite a lengthy argument, to which Judge Bllake sad Attorney Corbet replied., The boned over-ra.ed the motion. Mr. Kinsley noted an exception, and then said he would not put any witnesses on the stand. After arguments by Coluty Attorney C. If. Nolan, Attorney Corbett and Judge Blake, for the prosecution, and Attorney KiLeley for the doctor, the case was taken under advise aent by the board. Legal bleaks at this oRtie. Telephone your order for alars and d·slnq to the J. n.. r esrr s Paint and wall Paper Co., telephone ho. 216. , Reduced Rate to The Word's Fair. Helena to Chloiago and return, $70. Tickets on sale commencing May 4th, good until November 15th, with stop-over privi leges west of the Missopli river either going or returning. Be sure and take the pictorial line, via Great Balt Lake, Denver, Kansas City, Omaha or Bioux City. the Union Pacific ofa's unsurpassed ac commodations. Pullman. dining, sleeping and reclining chair cars. Leaving Helena 8:50 a. m. Monday, Tues. day. Wednesday, etc.. arriving at Chicago 9:80 a. m. Thursday, Friday, Saturday, etc., (reventy-two hours). Purchase tickets and reserve berths at the Union Pacific office, 28 North Main street, Helena. E. L. LoaAx, H. O. WnLSON, O.P.& T. A., F. & P.A. Omaha, Neb. Helena, Mont. Which RoaI MIakes the Quickest Timeto Chicago? The Great Northern makes quicker time to St. Paul and points east thereof than any other line. And is the only line which makes the run to Chicago in two nights; others all use three nights. B. H. LANGLEr, G. T. A. Baby carriages at $6.50 at The Bee Hive that are sold at other stores for $10 00. MRS. F. BEINHORN, Parisian Dressmaker. The latest Parisian styles always on hand. No. 17 N. Warren street, opposite Merchants Hotel. A GIREAT FIND. You can make no greater find than to diecover the right Iac.ae for purchas'ng groceries. We see that cur customels lose nothing through careleasneri and we tsk~ eccllent care to keep in stock nothing that is not jcust what it ought to be in the matter of quality. That is why when you come to as you come to the right place for Groceries. TUltElUlt & CO. Edwa ds Street. Telephona 60. The Norris Method Of ilinllg Teeth without Pale. No Injury to the pulp, no bad after effects. A soles. Sflde process that dues what is elaimed. DR. NORRIS, 310-311 Power Block SHEEP SALE. Live stock of all kinds I ought and seAd. Itanches in different parts or the state for sale, MONEY LOANED. W. E. COX, Helena, Montana, Sewer and Drain Laying Plumbingl, Heatting and Venttlating In tial its branches. ADAMS & RIDER COMPANY 86:S N. Main St., liasomont of Montana t~'avings tank. Estimates cheerfully furnisuhed. Telephone 85. Belvideie House. On the American and European Plana. Stoam Ieat. , lectrio I ig.it and iaths, From $1.25 per day np. liverything strictly first-class. 'Two minutes walk from the (.reat Northern depot. Electric care pass ti.pldoor. owor Mlain street. AUG. NE. IEINIEIR, Proprietor. The Grand Picific Hotel Opposito the Northern Paocifio Pa'ern er Do pot, is again olu to the trnvtllng In bito It as bene thorosh41 re4.eorSld anct refutcrncshd, andt wilt try to cxrul tsererntr reptaticn as "cth b'st hotol of its clsee in the Nortihwet," Ita'es reaeonable. E. D. ANDR)lt.'g, PROPRIETOtR. VENII VIDII VICII McFalrtane s liM proveld tself superior to all ,cthcr Iprepr ations in thie mNarketk It asctally uresR ACTtIEr AND CIiRtON It' IIItEUMA'1 thIt, tOUT (ht'IATICA, ars all elic tciscares, that owo their origin teen aecnmq\stion and ,ct',tin of a fIleign substance in tie btLd ard tiesue. It is a blood puritier. lotlstonlialsi are daillt comitt lu. I'AYNTER DRUG CO. Are our Bole Agents in this city. Si bott~l McFarlane Drug (tManufacturing Company Chilago and altLt "ke City, T. . POWER CO. liiln all Farm MachiYnar of VosrY DBcriDtion. STEAM HOISTS, BOILERS AND PUMPS Plows, Harrows and Seeders. Grass and Garden Seeds. Send for Catalogue and Prices. .... -- . m m .m m WATGME ... ALL STYLES Silver-Plated Ware. HELENA JEWELRY COMPANY ASH PIERCE, MANAGER. Have You a House To Paper or Paint? If so remember that the J. E. Rickards Paint & Wall Paper Co., 26 North Main St., have the largest and best selected stock of Paper Hang ings in this city. We will not be undersold or under-figured, goods and quality of work considered. Call and examine our stock. We will be pleased to show our lines. J . Rickards Paint & Wall Paper Co., 26 N, Main TELEPHONE NO. 216. The Oldest rroduoo House in Monter a. Establishad IUs. LINDSAY & CO., Wholesale Dealers in Fruits, Produce and Seeds o°e. and warehous TI HELEA, T We i ..r fullline ofAlfslfa.Cl Dppo . C. .sener liepe LEN f l yr... fr id and saed on eSes. nl=WNTED-- First Mortgages n Improved Business Property ANY AMOUNT FROM $5,000 TO $50,000. AT LOW RATE OF INTEREST. WM. DE LACY. ROOMS 20 AND 21, GOLD BLOCK 'HELENA. MONTANA. *•* ON Y . TO LOAN. On long time-three to five years. At lowest rates-7, 8, 9 or 10 per cent.--according to the amount borrowed. Commission included in these terms. Expenses kept as low as possible. Wanted at Once-Loans on business properties in Helena and Butte in amounts from $15,000 to $100,000. A. M. THORNBURGH DENVER BLOCK, HELENA. Glarke, Gonrad & Gurtin HARDWARE AND STOVES. Our line of House Furnishing Goods is more extensive than ever before and are offered at prices lower than anywhere else. We are now ready for the rush and you will find our floor covered with a full line of Refrigerators and Ice Chests,' Rubber Garden Hose, Hose Reels, Hose Nozzles, Lawn Sprinklers, Ice Cream Freezers, Bird Cages, Squirrel Cages, Parrot Cages, Galvanized Wire Netting for Lawn Fencing. Ring up Telephone No. 9o. Write or Call at NO. 42 AND 44 SOUTH MAIN STREETJ Our Motto is "Fair Dealing to All."