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Informatioin Fe pd Aglinat Two Men for HIgh..y RObbery at Marysvll.. The Seoond Trill of Charles Jur gene Begun in Department 14o. 1. A Switchman euing the Northern Pa ele for $.0.000 for Lees of a Finger and Thumb. County Attorney Noelan has Sied an in. formation against Herman Pennel and Amene MeKillican, charginl them with me sanlting and robbing a Chinaman named Qeina YTne at Maryeville on Nov. 6. The meount they ere alleged to have secured was only $9.75. It Is oharged that the ac ensed met the Chinaman on the street ebeut thiee o'elook in the mornlag, and that one of them held him while the other went through him. Afte? the robbery the Ohklaman showed igabt nd teokled the elalles of his eesallants, and was gotting tkhe beedtlhim wbh:the lrlger maen op@3e to his siii.s e, p O Chinaman then got a friend Yul )strte but aftbrthe robtbrs. but condl git enl teho p with them. I.ter on Qulas n.|g woe'g milng oti of esaloon when pe ihe ttuS on the head.with a billy e ls other '.:ant inttrnmeitftand knoekle seaselles , he deeriptioi :.he fnrnliskd of bhis allliants led to t~4ft reet of e'onet nd' .gcEiillean, anld .l*ey were fully idetified by Quing Ying. One of them was released on bail sad the other sent to jail to await trial. An informa tion has alseo been died against James hBl, chargaln him nith asseultlng Aleek Eriok son with a paiof saeissors on Nov. 17. 'I he second trial of Chas. Jargene, "whose true same." the record ays.l"is C.P.Briggs," began in Jundge Hunt's department of the distriot oourt yesterday. The jury seleoted to try the ease are Joshua Armitage, Au-1 gust Frck, t. W. Donean, E. N. Brenda. gee. W. D. Weir, OWan Evans. J. H. Boueher, W. A. Roran, W, W. Ihipman, Fred obhlmpf. Frank Latus and A. Birken feldt. The sharge against Jurgens ie so cessory after the fast to grand laroeny. When he wase tried before it was on a charge of aceessory to the fact, end the jury disagreed. Then the information was ehanged to contain only the present charge. County Attorney Nolan is conducting the p oesontion cnd 8. A. Balliet the defense. The eforts of the prosecution are directed toward proving that Jurgens undertook to dipoes of a gold watoh end some other jewelry that a young boy had taken from hilemother. The boy's object in raising the money on the Jewelry ws esald to he to leave town in compan. with a woman named Hose Richardson. The woman wsee among the witnesses for the state end said among other things that had the boy raised the money on the Jew e'ry she had no intention of going away with him. The teltimenel was also di rected toward showing that Jurgens and the boy were very intimate and that the man war considerably to blame in helpine the youngster to realize his wishes to ret out of town by trylng to'diepose of Jewelry that he kneW was stolen. The defense denied that Jurgens wes anyways crimin ally liable, or that he knew where the Jew elry be4 come froms being led to believe that it belonged to the. hey, havingl been given him a. a presrent. The evidence was nearly all i*When court adJourned uatil 11 o's'oak tg moreow morning. Bart D.. Bathriek, a switchman formerly in the employ of the Northen Pacific, Is suing the road in the United states court for $20,000 for the loss of the thumb and one finger of the right hand while coupling cars in the Helena yards. The case is on trial before a jury. Nearly all the evidence for plaintiff was finsbhed yesterday. The defense will begin an Monday. Hon. T. C. Bach and 1. it. Pu cell represent Bath rick. E-Gov. J; K. Tools cad W. E. Cal len appear for the railroad. W. P. Thompson has brought suit in the district court against Horace T. Kelly, claiming $274 for breach of contract. Suit has also been instituted by M. 8. Fleish man against Jacob Holeberg and Julius Reohnits for $460 for goods sold to de fendants. Jadge Hunt. in the district court, ordered judgment lfy plaintiff for $871.20 in the case of the -Pabst Brewing ompany vs. R. Hi. Kleinechmidt. Judgment for plaintiff was ordered in the distriet court in the onse of Lindsay Vr. Bombaugh, for the full amount claimed. In the case of W. C. Hickey vs Helen Staples, Judge Buck, in the distrite court, ordered judgment for plaintiff. Fur Sale at the New York Dry Goode store Do they imagine that no one gets cold out in Montana? It seems to be the evi dent imapression; at leasnt some one re marked that such was the prevailing opin ion. We all think it very good of every stranger to regard our Helena and eur rounding. so highly. However. Helena we mean Montana, for Helena is Montana -has its changeable seasons as well as elsewhere. If memory serves us correotly last winter was chilly, very chilly. The unhappy por tion was that it struck aus when our stock wee broken. Understand, the New York Dry Goods toare is paver forgetful of the wants of thq publil dr its patrons. But it occurred to e that the publlc and our pet rolls were so delighted he atofore with our balmy autnums that they have noeg eted to repsare for $he cold ,waVrethat is sure to come. Furs. We promised some time ago that we would corresl ond with yon conoerning furs. In a climate like Montana, where the winter season is long aend tile icy at mosphere becomes not unlike that of G eenland. Furs can never become a seo ondary oousiderationl. Itch. warm fur, woether as a trlmming or as a wearing gar inent, always strikes the right shord and gives'tone to one's appearance. During the gigantic rush of our cloak sales, inoluding the extraerdlnary hurrah of dresses made to order which neiled the entire force of our establishlment to the mast mfrs were forgotten. Not but that we were selling plenty of fare at this time. Whl! bless your healt. lust ask the 101 ladies you may meet on the streets who are clad in hiberian squirrel, Hudson bay Inbie, black martin, luk,. and beaver. You need not hesitnte to Inquire. Our lilena ladies are Ipossessed of that sweet suavity which heralds them, east or welt, as the most agreeable and gentle to aI proaob. They will quickly enlighten you of the New York store. The namue will be a sufloient reminder. Our south window isablsse with furs this week. Every dress pattern was sold that you saw and admired there a day or two sines. All vinished In our colossal dress sale. You or I never witnessed the like of that sale before. However on ideal sale for the present must be in a. Feleas eeeteit i verbal invi tation frofm us for a visit. bhould you approaobh no nearer than the window it will pay you. Believe "s, it will pay you well. A eharming exhibition awaits the vublio. A display of nousnal elegance. A novel winter nanorams; pleasing, instretilve and useful Don a to get our ad. on third pags; Don't lay the paper aside thinking you mar .ead it later, but fleast your eyes unrn the re markable olfsrings of the week. Oar oflerins ere so honest, so free from bombast. so simple in their truth and worth that the exultant publio stand by us as cluse ae a brother. This week-ipesial in furs. tpeegll in cgrews goods. I adles' undrwer at The I s Hive at greatly reduced prie.s thise week. Awarded Highost Honors--World's Fair. DRPRICE'S r~l,8.akn. 'Th eoly Pare Cream of Tarter Powdert.-No Ammonia; No Almtl. 7qed in Millions of Homoe-4o Years the 8tandaAd ATETR THIE IMATS THE SWRITW.LL litheut Whleh Year Thankegiving Die nor V111t Net Its Complete. The addeJ sellsh of a box of fresh can dies is appreciated by all the members of the family after dinner, espe.lally on 'thanksgiving and Sundays. The ehildren are then in their glory, and the older oanes join in the pleasures of the palatable deli. cales, A visit to lepperdeizel's beautilal anndy store on Main street yesterday re vealed to the astonimbed Iyes of an lwni PaNDpmIT reporter more empting confee tIons than he had ever dreamed of. The lus etock. freshebie l de right i the store, included a bewl ldering assortment of orems, chocolates,, candied fruits, taffles, stick eandies, and, in feat, everythbin pro doed by the moeet expert makers of ean. dies. Nothinug can be fouqd in the most celebrated candy stores of the east that is not on saleat liepperdetlel's-Jnst as chesp and entirely f esh. oenbon boxes and baskets oft zquiste pattern, is silks and celluloid, are on the soanters in profusion. Ohrlstjnss tree ornaments of all grndes, and cornucopass in creat variety, are in stook. Heppe - deizel's store is as neat and clean as a lady's best china, eve thing in stook is fresh, and criOes are as low as can be made by any one for seah goods. Finest fresh lrench andlies At he Motor OMicee, tiixth avenue. COMFORT AND LUXURY. Secared for the Money You've lees Pay iag for lare Necessaries. Manager L. A. Walker, of that popular hostlery, The Helena, is a public bene. fastor. He has made terms for aceommo dations at she beit hotel in the siate so low that townspeople and transients are alike happy. Families desiring to live in abso lute comfort and actual luxury daring the winter are taking rooms at The Helena, where they get all the advantages of steam bheat, electri lgllht, large and comfortable rooms, elegant furniture, rIolite and ready attendants and without thr annoyance of lookina out for flohte water pipes, scant cosal'dpplles and other harassing features of a reeldense in the outskirts. Si.ile gentlesmen can secure rooms and meals at The Helena for the money it costs them to live in cheerless quarters and eat at restaurants, and there is no comparison between the two ways of living. Though Mr. Walker has made low prices the servies and menu are keyt at the high standard of excellence for which The Hel ena is noted all over the no thwels He wodld be glad to confer with families or single gentlemen desiring to arrange for their winter's lodging. B a pattern of the new Columbian dress goods at The ie Hive. Onlyr $i this week. Legal blanks at this office. THE RIALTO MARKiT. -Where Meats and Penultry Can e mad at Rteasenable Figures The Bialto meat market, at the head of Maim street, has never been undersold, and, in feet, when they went to the cash system on Aug. 1 their prices were reduced all around. This they found they could do, as the eaeh system meant that onstomers paid only for what they got, and there were no losses through bad accounts. Everybody knows the high standard of meats oar led by the Rialto. This season, as at all others, there will be a large stook of the freshest and best poultry to be had. l'here is also a large supply of those delicious and palatable dishes, pork tenderloin and spare ribe. The large shipments of fish resoeived each week make this market very popular. As to neatness and facilities for handling meats the Rialto has no superior and te equals. To-morrow a large shipment Ie turkeys, geese,chiokes, ducks and all kinds of game will arrive, so that Ihb. pubiic will. be able to make a choloe selection by oal. ing early. Dres patterns alt pricee that cannot be dupli cated is the oninlon of all who have seen the bargains at The bee Hive. HELENA EMPLOYMEINT OFFICE. Help of All Kinds Furnished on the bhortoet Notice. W. B. Cook, proprietor of the Helena employment ofice on Edwards street, is al ways prepa ed to furnish help of all kinds on the shortest possible notice. He has now a number of good cooks, sultable for the city or country. Those in need of male or fe male help. either in or out of the city should give him a call. All kinds of toys and holidayr oods for young anl old at The Bee Hive. T'ke Great ponlet. The two great railroads of the west will be represented by a 'hankekiving dinner given by the African Methodist Evi3copal church, tire. Irvine, the president of the Northern Pacifio side, and ires. Jnild Banks, tresident of the G eat Northern side, will put forward every effort to make the affair a success. Everybody is es recially invited to comes and take dinner at 2 Month Main street, Nov. 80. The side that makes the most money will be con sidered the finest and best road. The money will be for the benefitof the ehurcb. Friends do not fall to patronize and saend by your road. Meals will be served noon to midnight. If you want knitting yarns of any kind. be tore and go to , hq li es live, where you can tind rhe largest assortment in the city, New Christmas Goodls. I beg to announce that I have ordered and now have on the way a splendid line of Christmas goods, in silver and siaver plated ware. I have already in stock a new and beautiful line of clocks, at very low prices, and my stock of jewelry 1 be lerve to be unsutrpassed in the city. Don't buy until you see the beautiful new novel ties at the Hleloun Jewelry Co. Asnt I'Icroe. Manager. Heavy Jersey ribbed underwear. fleech lined, fer ladies, at ito bhee Hive this week for tOo. h.ehtakln at Cst. We are determined to reduce our large stock of ladies' seal oonts and other for cares and offer them at cost for cash. Now is an opportunity to get it bargiat, as we propose to sell them belo a Christmas. BAncocx t Co., lieltablo FPurters, H.olon and BuSts. Miller's Greenhouses. Clean, healthy plants, out flowers, de. sinus, etc., at reasonable prices at Miller's greenhouase, near the Brlodwater hotel. Both electrie lines pase the premises. Orders lelt at 0. W. Oarpenter's, l1Broad way will receive prompt attention. Present leusaty Itills. Claims lgalnst the county mest be pre seated to soeaty auditer by Dee. L THE FIRSIT NATIONAL The Agreement Leelling tol Roeeamplo s eNow R leady for Credltera. NOTIOr TO CmuDTa.nn-Ail peregna havin claim' against the Firat National bank, who have not received a copy of oar cireular let ter and agreement in reference to reamp lion of business, are requested to call or send their address. Fneet NATIONAL DBAw Helena, Montana. Men's underwear at hardpan prices this week at he Bee Hive. Present County Hills. laims against the coaunty must be pre sented to oounty auditor by Dee. 1. F LES' CASH STORE ADVANCE Hoav Sale. Our Holiday stock has arrived, these too shall open on Monday. and he immediately placed on rsalo at special priaso. 'or the convenience of customers we have opened them in our .Cloak and Millinery etore. (next door to Post iine) and turned them into 10, 15e , 0.. o0. and 1.00 counters. You willf nd man r, at bar. gains which will he offered at one-half value. OUR GREAT Clearanc Sale. Continued this week in our Millinery and Cloak Department. Our beautiful line of trimmed asts will be sold at 50e On the Dollar. CLEARANCE SALE OF ICLOAKS ,10 s0 Cloak for................... ....... .10 I8.00 Cloak four................ ......... L00 10.00 Cloak for .............. ........ 1.00 14.0 Cloak for.......................... 00. 175Cloak for .......................... 11 00 (16.50 ('loak for................. ........ 11.50 $20.00 Cloak for........................... 1 50 $2L00 Cloak for............................ 17.0 CLEARANCE SALE OF FUR CAPES. 10.00 Fur Cape for............ .... 7.50 51500 Fur t ap for................. 19150 CLEARANCE SALE OF SILK HANDKERCHIEFS 2s· L .:Iea' embroidered soallope Japanese bilk Handkerchiefa. in colors, eardinal buoa, pink. whte. and ran t .......... 1o $1.10 en ' ('olored Brocaded bilk Hand kerchiefs, t .... . ........................... 50 Fowles' Cash Store THE BARGAIN HOUSE OF HELENA. WM-We close at 6 p. m. except tiaturdaye. X 4 omeae They All Try to Reach Our Mark. We can't blame a man for being watchful of his dol:are, but all are not watchful. It they were they would buy their shoes at TllISTLE WAl'rI'i. lIse ells the GOODYEAR GOLD SEAL lubber goods, the only pre gum rubber goods made. Ladies' Over Gaiters 'i 5 Cents THISTLEWAITE'S. BEVERIDGE BLOCK. WOOD. The finest kind of Yellow Pine and Fir Wood. Galt and Anthraoite CoaL At the Lowest Market Price. Telephone 243. H. NICHOLSON & CO., Limited. CO7 L. THE GREAT SALE.1 The publio Is appre:iating the immense bargains that they are getting at Uncle Sam's Great Auction Sale. Everything Goes. First National Bank Certificates of Deposit Taken in Any Amount. Fin. Gold Watches Given Away. Diarnornd at Your Ow, Price. Unc e Sam Closes Out Before Dec. 25, as Hie Must Be There By Jan. 1. ----Y0U GAN BUY= REX FLOUR FROM R. C. Wallace. J. R. Watson. Bach, Cory & Co. M. Reinig. Turner & Co. M. D. Pearsall. Broadway Grocery Co. ROYAL MILLING CO. W. E. COx Broker in Small and I2arg LOANS. Warrants, Bank Certificates and Miscellaneous Securities. Live Stock and Ranches. Granite Block. MI N D YOUR "P'S" AND "Q'S," [Pleds, Feet; Quene, Wig] Was a caution given by French Dancing Masters when very low bows and big wigs were the fashion, (Louis XIV). They would have added ,"have you your Chest Protector on?" had they been known then. You call and get one. Parchen-D'Acheul Dru Co. Mining Claimants Ma secunre the benefits of the NON-REPRESENTATION Act of Conares only by nomplylng with its terms. Blanks for this purpose for sale and properly prepared for record bR GEO. R FOOT'. Attorney at law and otary I ublie, rooms 5 and 6, lorsk blook, corner stain street and SLxth avenue, Helena. Montana. Horsemen Attention. Having nevend my ronnection with I. W. Nell I have opened a harnen repair shop and taddle., and ai prepared to do all kinde of nores hoot t spatting (having worked with Mo. Lerro n. f.t Sal lraacieoo) end fine hilaeas manufacturlng Satisfaction guaranteed. THOS. MORIELAN D. Opposite Windsor Houes 422 North Main ttreet PARISIAN Dress Making Parlors Latest Parisian Style, always one month in advanoe of all others, con stantly on hand, Ladiesm reqteesld to all and see these styles. Prines reasonable. Satilsfaction guaranteed. ---Mht P. BEINIlIUN.--- 11 NHrth Warnes St.. opposite Merchants hotel. Pearsall'sPrices 17 lbs Granulated Sugar. .$x.oo 19 lbs C Sugar........... Loo S8 lbs Raisins............. 00oo 14 lbs Currants........... i.oo London layer Raisins, 2 lbs .25 Imported Sultana Raisins, 2 lbs.................. .35 Pitted Plums, a lbs........25 Citron................... .20 o20-lb. Pail Jelly........... 0oo I gallon fine Claret....... .75 i gallon extra Zinfandell.. 1.25 All Fancy Wines in quarts and pints. Main Street, Corner State St. RUB~BER Packing of all Kinds. Tubing, All Sizes. Belting, All Sizes. A. M. olter Hardware C . A ~ ~ ~ ~~( ii" i :At M.", At tun. Edr m -To ~ a '. Att.rnr.. . . a iNat. I-an. Attnt. Ut! niu UjiL i. , Inltra. . JOHN A, HIINI:INO F·1, Ir rCc I aintnr. fuIolleo ilngr, t hiiings. al Dwtlnlllg dnngl,:oi in tin a.t it tylou. ?intiitg, ha a miniIng, Lta I oat fthen I'ox 78 ArRS. C. LAFLEUR. La las and linuta' tn'n i t ^ tit t It s Ley Utired. ItA, to .dway. Fruits Sole ' gents Nuts. Lir the Ccnfeotionery. Celebrated Chewing Gums Celebrated York rtae ,( ider. HELENA, .MNTANA. "R. C. Eutter a.l L i g,. Brick Eu' er. Wholesale Only. STEELE, HINDSON & CO. Jobbers of aity, Grain, Flou, Feed, Rolled Oats, Corn, Meal, Pultatoes, Ets WHOLESALE AGENT4 FOR TIlE ('`LEIbBIAT D ROYAL BANNER. I;A-COT AND MONTANA BELLE FLOUR. TELEPHONE NO. .S I The best etosaze facilitiee in th. city. I 1832 BOZEMAN ST . . . . . . . . . . . . - -- .'73 'GILCHRIST BROS. . . . DEALERS IN Lumber, Sash, Doors, Etc MILL WORK OF ALL KINDS. AGENTS FOR ROCKY FORK COAL. CORD WOOD. (Bensjn. Carpenter & Co. also handle Hocky Fork Coal.) CITY OFFI( .l GRAND (ENIItAL * I;AlC .TORK. TELEPHONA NO. 189 .... .. .. ... . ... . .. - -7 W. C. KNUTH. D. J. I1EAGHER. W. L. khNUTH Helena Lapidary Go. MONTANA" SAPPHIRE CUTTING AND POLISHING A SPECIALTY. On and after Nov. 1 we will cut Montana Sapphires at re ,uced prices A large stock of all kinds of precious stones and specimen; on hand and for sale at the lowest prices. ZiOOMS 608 AND 609 i'POWEll BLOCK. 11ELI.NA No Thanksgiving 1liiner 'omplete without a bunch of Flowers on ,h als ROSES, CARNATIONS, CHRYSANTHEMUMS In great quantities. Order ear.y and don't pay advan ed pricow. 8IX T II AVE. GREE 1NiH TTS t P ARTIES purchasing bills of supp:ies either in Groceries or llardware line can buy at wholesale prices by applying to KLEINSCIHMIDT & BROTHIERI, (Consolildated), Granite luocck. thelena. Montan2. Call or correspond with us. UP A TREE. .re not 'p tree" on the Thanks iLvitt pproblow, for we have the unest Ilsle of Dried bratt., I re.h rnis.. and Ia11 the SLtge fat a perfet etlebr ati, . the sta, We are tjnl ordurs for lTurkey. aad Chlrkene rTghut ow. Turner & Co. MRS. E. MILES, DRESSMAKER, In. onkl&g.'l rool ms at thi ( ,lulI'y hnl,- 4 (t\or Now oirk )l'ry, ool, hutlo t.. tCIaIh ,lu t0o 6Iat wouid li o to o t* her ,Id ~"ustouititrea \'well ait n!, new tl:at mIy wtalh ti, cnm. LDrouou, ujado at eMlotor tl'i hrta rt it i uth. I he told pla, ' at ti Iato otreot is in charge of a ooapitnltl druualnakor. An .lesantlao, .o t. FRED SASS. And madelai Helena, too AN ELEGANT LINE OF China and Japanese Wear =:=AT COST. Ala..n ine Mr1ehieut 'taitoring. WALL 1TrRET. HIP YEONG & CO.