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VOL. XXXV.-NO. 230, HELENA. MONTANA. TUESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER !. 1WJ4. I'HICL FIVi C F r The.. Boston SACK SUITS ARE VERY POPULAR THIS SEASON. They can be worn for business or dress We have them in single cr double breasted black and blue Choviots and Mixture3. We have them for 812, $14, $15, $18, $20 There is a freshness and origin ality about the styles. Highest of art in tailoring. Word pictures can't do them justice. SEEING the goods alone tells the story. This Week Special Sale of MEN'S UNDERWEAR Regular Price $3.00, Reduced During the Sale to -_2.80 PER SUIT. We have the greatest line of Men's and Boys' OVERCOATS For Fall and Winter, that was ever shown in the city, and at prices that are marvelously low. The Boston Clothing Co ONE PRIOE. SQUARE DEALING. PLAIN FIGURES. 23-25 S. MAIN STREET. $ A PROBLEM1 HOW To mnko a dollar go a long way? That's the problem. EVERYBODY Is therefore interesteol in any method which l'rornises this result. METHODS Are as common as dirt. but which are worth trying? ONE of the best methods is to l)uy your goods at ' "first hand:." THE *'First Handsn" for ,ro e oriea, C' kery a 1lt. Tinwnre iS at our es tolihshinnt. WHY? D1r alu ;o we Ilxy lir.'ct In ( l !0'. i nnIl :.livr )y u onile lirlitt thor.'by OUR Prlice nndl q(oods speak lJr thieii elves, a11 the p1roblen is sJolved, WE HAVE 'IThe rht ;oodn1 We •,.'ll nt rigl) t prtc,", an I vvi tro It. u.U U. 0111i irs 1 Ijhlt. w S. i1lilE l' 11 BIG S'IOhIE. ( :r I th nn I Mm T. l. aI n h 1 THE FAVORITE DISTANCED Ralph Wilkes Burned Up His Back ers' Money in the Very First Heat Was Heavily Baoked to Win the Traueylvania Trotting Stakes at Lexington. The ummsner at Morrle and Oabley - nnaste WIn the T'emp!e Cap, Talag1 four etrallht. LxnrtOTON, Ky.. Oat 8.-Tbe races dii. et oease tMil dart. The famous Transylva nil stakes and Llberatti's beard eancd a tremendouse crod to attend the raee here this afternoon. The sport was exepltion ally good, the Traneylvania belai the fast eel trollilg ra Iever made ever this track, and ls the fastest ever trotted Il the state. The fast soil Ralph Wilkes. 2:09.., who aost Thayer Bros, of Uoston $.0.000 as a two-ler-old, favorite at $*10 over the field at $S. He bharmed up his backers' money by lacing badly at the start and breaking at the Arat tarn. He reared up and fell bosk also, and before he euild be steadied the others had so mush the best of it that he was badly distmancd. Asoe winlnlg the heat with eau by two leagths. In the seoad heat everybody drove for Azole, end he was badly pocketed near the half by Cupid. Dandy Jim sad Trevelyn, but MeDowell plled arounlld the restl and Asolo ease home winner wlthout one liec of punishment. In the third oat Asole won all the way. finlshing in a Jog by three leaghts. The winner belongs to Monroe Salisbury. and is a big bry gelding. He is purely gaited, and by his great victory to-day was shown every lash a race horse with a world of rs e ,e speed. The open raese Johnson stakes, was an easy thing for Meld C., meond shitoe; Sallie limmones, the favorite, getting as better than third plase. The third rae, 2:26 sela, was unfinished owling to dark a.s. The Jobh~ a stakes, $2.000. 2:24 else, tretllml-- and C. won In three seraight bests. Time, 2:15,.2:17%. 2:15k. Second race. TransyLvala stakes. $6,000-Azote won In three straight hale. Time. 2:04%, 2.003. 2:09,. Third rose, 2:26 elsee, tre lman. $.O0--Prie. Edeall was the first and second hease. Time, 2:21. 2:18j'. Jele Allen won third heat la 2:173. Now You, Ot. 8.--The atteadamee at Merrle park wa lightI to-day. Is the sweapetakes The Commoner was heavily baked,. Delabra was alse well basked to wi by the Lorillard asttllest., bitle Counter Tenor had a strell fellowins. After a logs delay at the poet the lot Rut away in good order, with 'the Commoner in iront, where he remasel to the end. In the headlesp ioLehe was added and was at ones established as a favorite, with Oleamevse second choice and Banquet next. Bir Walter ran praelically unou~p ported, on aecooat of his bad reae on het day, ut he tooeek the track as the fell of the flag, and runnang hard all the way woas in fart time. fiz fourIeas-8llvr, Tom Hardieg, Kear ay. 1:13ý4: sel fraonas--Keasett. inase, Mayda., 1:1814; sit furloage--'lhe COm moser. Cocuter Tenor, Phoebes, 1:1414; handleap, mile -Sir Walter. Olenmeyre. Bansquet, 1:398,; mile-Beldemere. aron es. (Uleesome. 1:421t: sis farlonge-Old L)Dominon, Liomawelt. Nero. 1:12,'. CI*MctNATI, Oat. 8.--The new Oakley t4aok opened this alftenoon for thirty days season ruatang races. Four thousand peo ple were present and the traek wae faet and time excellent. The 'rlneipal event was tie third rae, whieh wasee woa by Ia Piek wiek In 1:404. Three favorites and two second choloe horses woa the purces. Five furlongs-Linzett, Ellewo lb. Dar evele. 1:01: seven furloune-Clemenline. 1)r. Parke, Clintr. 1:28?; mile-Ida Pick wiek. R.. Matim. ltrenuleo, 1:40!i; eleven astel*the-('eltein*, I. nraoh Kenney, IMrtha Oriffl, 1:07' ; mile-Clara Biar, i'euniles, Awuphy Altea. 1:41 . THD TEUMPILK cUP. Wan by the tilasIt-Feor atralghl From the Orioles. New YORK, Oct. 8.-The Temple rsp has been won by the Ulants. Foar well eoo tested sames have been played for its p.- seselon. and the final one wes at the polo grounds this afternoon. It Is said the re eolptl for the four games amount to about $:5,003. Of this heb Oants will get $16, 000. As the exposes are net heavy. eahob of the sixteen New York players will reeoive a share of nea lr $1000. The Baltimoere will have about $80.U0 to be dlvi.ed ameag fourteen plarers after thesir apensee are paid. in the sixth Inlsg Vae alltren met willt a scelJent which esause him to retire from the game. He collided with Jennings while tryl~g to steal a b.as and was knocked down unooneoloan. When he recovered his nose appeared to be broken, but later it was found to be only an abra etoa. (i seoaeot of darkness bostlittie were ended Ia the eightl taalag. hcore. loew York 16, talltimorw 3. Th E'loevelaJds at Rsltard's Bay. I, Zrni,'e HAT. Mass., O(t. 8.-The ('levelands were last gllht entertaled on board the Wild )eok, J. Malcom Forbes' steam yacht, which a rived off (Gray (sables ln the afternoon 'lowad evetlng Mr. O( yve and. Missa Uendiel, cud youue liene diet walked to Joseph Jefferson's o bid farewell to M,. sad Mrs. Jefferon, who left for Chicago, where tbhe eter opens 1.ct. 15. Abaudeamuemt met Cnmteunplmted. ('IE1INn3. Wy.,. 001. M. -- Aesstante 4e0. rotary of War Doe bee laspeetid Fort It... sell. Ga. line lstted that Foes Ituasell was eensadrrel In Wasbtnsta, a very Itn Iortent it aeelte point and m.llltry sta tion Ifr Imasai a tIroops on a eudden em.,r Mducly that It would mot be eabedoneJ. nod al auJrnnlre wars rever coatearplated by the war deartmrnnt. 1 nllflmtl ItIeaa Innurreee. (lnu to, Ott. t'. Inwe woo fl to dir Iu tre curt r llanOre oIdge (tlbbonr lu laoh ll it tie I'allrirti Ialaes ( or company to tlr quro warrant) t'rnoe.aritue I.ryna by Attarnrry tieneral Malar toy. It drrles the ehertio that the aGaarr: any Is r zaeealn1 Its ilrhts I. lelug Irairrees not provided Lot Its obarl.r. 'Ih0 (line allowed or fi111in the 11lo expired In-a0y. I.1 ' nIeaslem IouiiCIiii. (let. 84.-'t'he forty. eceohi annual comventloa of the loterroatinutl 'lv pographI'al onion opened to-day. Mayor 'I elo dellve:ed the edoieas of wersoms; (' .. It. hI. Kelly, edItor of tir r 4(motfiolr erel, welcromel the tyto on behalf ot lbe preen, sod II. A. lIre., toresldenrt ro the locat tytOnraphtoal a'aoetathoa, on behalf ot te mluealtlpiters NOIM 1R'JflN i'ACIFIC AFFAIS. ppletleellom for l Perneleon eo flaue Cer tifltes* - Misling IHudl. Cuzu.Ao Oct. N. -Judge Jenkins, of the United Slate court, presided to day In the eotilnued healnlg of the appleation of the Northern Paelle receivaoe for leave to Iseas $8,000,000 of rereivers' certiicatee. Henry Payle. one of the roceivelrs wee present, with Es-Sonetor Spooner, of WI.. eonasl. M. H. Cordosa, of New York, rep reseutlan the seeend mortgage boadbrld *re, opposed the Iosm, olaimina it was su just to the secoud mortgse boadhbuolder. d,. Newell, for the resolvers, oall the re elverse had ilabilitee mggregaltag i ; 000,())t to meet wlthin the jolt few mouthe, and assets available do uno eso*od $4.(1O0,000. At lest $1,114,000 now duoe nmlt be paid. The bonor oe the sourt, whieb IIs coantrol of the road, m tll be maintalued ty meet ng liabilities as they fIll dne. He said the reslvesr would be williag to have na order for orltibcfate drawn ln larh way as to meot the objections of the bondholders. Mr. Petit followed with am argument In oppoeltlon to ertiitleateI. in referring to the meeuralti to be rat up by the receivere he said Northern I'aolo l secartile were like the Nortkher, Paeif, memories. son oideorbly below par. It ie believed the me emel of the argument wall he an arrange aoent between the diftereat parties se to the manerl of the bond Iesma Nrw Yonu Ol. 8.--A evening paper siys the committee of rootoranisatom of the Chioeau & Northe,m Ifclio railroaud Iha Lseovsoed that $2,500.000 of the company's bonds, of a value of $1.000.000, have d.oCa peared f am the treaso7y. The company as diseovswed lsee that aome securlitie have been put no as eltra maergl on leans made by the Northern Paeoifi eompany. The members of the commttete would not say whether the bhoods bad been mielaid, lost, or what had become of them. TESTING TILE COPYlRIGH( T LAW. Sider Raggerd the PIlatlfti I. the Cse, lrought In PhIlldelphial PHILADLPrnlA. Get. 7.-Judge Aeheson, of the lstreet soors, beard arguamatse Sat urday oe a demurrer to he bill of corn plaint of H. Rider Haggard, the novelist, sad the publishlea Irm of .ongmasse. Greoa & o., of New York. easaest the Waverly eompany, of Now York, for al leged thfriagemeaS of the copyrlpht of Hasgard's novel, "NdL the Lily.'" This eI the IArst seo arising auder the new inter national e*pyrlght law, posead isa lWJ. and Involves the eomletlttlonality of the set. Jeosep A. Arnold, of New York. counnel for the defendant, urged that the ruiht of the president to delare copyright treaties with various foreign soealiaus, under the eopyright law. was a delegation of legisla tive and jadioial power, In vlolation of hIb eonstiitSteo. I this view Is seestaed It will render invalid every copyright granted St foreigners sine tIhe new law went inS. efteet. Must Preeve nie loeae*ae. Panlux. Ads.. O1. 8.-O'Brie., the sup. pesed soofederate of Armoes In last r an day's train robbery, was arrested last night at Casl (rande twenty-five miles from thbe seen of the robbery. ' here is no direst evldenoes aginst hin. The grand ju y of 'isal oeouty inleoted Armour, Donovae nod Armstrong for ti.e or me of train rob beiy. Armoar's trial has boen set for Nov. 5. JOTTINGS ABOUP TOWN. Don't forget the women's msas meetlog at the opera bol. tbis aflternoon. I. D. Howell, of Butte, addressed a pop Ullst turmotl at the levelhb ward hose bouse last light. Judge Hani afIelated at a wedding in Lbt court bonas e.sterda . ' be eontratilng parties were Baen E. 'lbompen oad lsttlo To:e. The lew iowa of Liverpool has been started at the maouth of Lamp goleb. It is said that a tilg coacentrator lwh be ereated there ia the near future. The maIs meetiag of worme under the easpices of the Uloleaaufor-the-Capital club will take ploesat the opera homes this after noon at 2:30. There should be am immensl rnoost. Registration boglas today. All voteore I Helecs and Lewis and Clarke county should get their names on the books at euoo and not put it If till later, as something may happen to prevent. hbe following postmasters for fourth class ofoes have been as pointed for hMtn tans: J. II. Coleman, C('lb tIon; Walter J. Kennedy. he't; Miss A. F. Caer, Joaeo; Chas. Maokln, hand 'olnt. All members of Ivy Lodge. No. 24, K. of F., are reqrested to moot to-algbt at 7.3)1 o'clock, ehar., for work in the lirst and second ranks. Members of sIster lodges sad visitig knllghts are sordially iarited. The couaty nommisseisore yelterday sp pointed J. S. Clark registry agelt for poe kame, French Blr sad EsIIt elene, in piloe of Oilman Rlggs, resigned. Mr. Clark had all the seesserry araagsementa made for opelllag the oee to-day. There will be a Joint meeting of the Osan tral and Fraoesr Willard ualon at the (Irand street Methodist ehureh as four o'elook this afternoom to eemplete arrange moute for the state soavostion. A fall attendamee is earnestly desired. T'h Lump Onloh Mintai company bas been Ineoerorated with a nspltal of $3J). (00. The company will conduot a general maling business In Jefferson. lewis and I' rbs anud other counties of the state, and it will have its prinel,al oflsee it Helena. he insorporetores are W. L, Vises, Elmar Woodman and Gso. A. Minor. Oso. . (Conway, Chab . A. Harvey and Edwa d4 I. Harror have Inoorporated tLe ltainshort (Jold Mnlulg eompany. lhe compsan Intends to uoerate pLo:ertlsaat (tileudle~ Beaverhead oounty, anit at hterl dan and L&arnhorn galch. in klnd!hsn coutl. ' bhe ýLmpant's es·aital stock I. p a edat $1i),0.U), sad its prlaelpal oslvso will be at (leadal.. For the bthird time ('apt. 1'. I'. Faller. sluesman hrm the 'lhhd we d. In mayor of Helena. 't'lee he was eleolre So the position, and thie time hgets it by villes ot his otlSe as president of the ishy cosn cli and MYaor Weed's absence fro thoe alri. Mayer Wooeed is away engaged in asmuplumzig, oan tuased the slitre of otmoi over to Alderman Faller. Artitrles of Inorporraten of the "A end K t'heilcal Oempany" have been lied with the seereltary of stlate. I no tnoorprrators end tunatree are J. M. n irows, l,,nlt rneh. lr and . .. 1 .. telat. lbo eoral'anv will do a general olirilcal lmarinfealurin bsinesl ili hillto an i will deal In and Ilao IfaroIarer atnt mooleine*, d n ists stun - dilees acld rosoa' s npplies. Iie capital sterk is f.,xd at Illl.l ). Wo d was re.tvei' d so allena yeaterday of thie ¶dath at liokAnlr . nrldly last, Io (inre . i). Iearseus, t n, well kritwi mllltii engiiner. iI leaoth was very ioddeon, re suiting fronm tylphi I f,..r lie was itn tio M4rion country when taken ille, n. was lakrn ti the hlnp~stl at MSpkaona. I . lersons was lntit I, rse.a1 o5f OO l.d uu umrlied, a grduatle of the lias,,tartiusttel luatltute ot teebih,. gly. Ills last aitve work in 1,ltalali was a4 IliShutI 1llP egt neer when the Hosut acii krloatar, w'r . were betik bguilt at lIreal Fa. lie was very prLoplar with lihao who knew him, ani thi news of ile death was ree*lyvd wit. musnh rereol. aLvrroea tLerite To call alsd se* a o*aoplet linse n hblni glaseware, lampe, at vorware, tLe. YPrioa to sutil ve p.Oes. 11e1 golds. lowest priaes. V. J. Er,wauim. Park Avense. CUONUEA NYW WORLOS. American Farmers and Manufae turers May Now Enter the Markets of Earth. Which They Munt Do or IReuoe Vastly the Amount They Produc.. Chlarnaml Wilson T.|li t.e Peonple or WeNt Vlrglni hst leI Told thi London Ieople. fILnAkr rhToe. , W, V a, Ol. A.--lion, W. i L. Wilseo's home-coming to-day was mnade the ocassion of a demonstratolln by his demoeratle fellow-latisesa of the lecoud oonlgresslonal distriol. whisb taxed the aa saet0y of the historle old town. tkhe oanty seat of Jelerson county. Not only did demooeratle voters from the rural distrlcts and towns and villages of the eastern Pan handle respond to the call of the leoal com mittee on arrangements, bt bthe more re mote contties of the sonaresleloal distrlet were fally represented, aend oact a few old Virginlans and eltizens of Maryland, and even of P'ennsylvnals, journeyed to this outal of the way pine to assiat na the wel some of the great seposader of democratlc tarif pulley and to listen to the address he was to make. Wilson was escorted by a lonal olamn of voters to the court ouose, where the address was to be made. Wilson beain his address with a touching reference to the great top* lear demonstration which had greeted him upon ,is return, and thanked his follow eltizeos and friends and neighbors for the naasimity with which they had taken part in the welcome. 'We have reashed," said he, "that stags nla the development of uea country when we us compelled to have larger markets for our surplus produak, sand asek markets, through foreiga rade, are the only safety valves for the health and prosperity of the Ame loean labores in field and factory On one side," said be, "lIt good goveramean, onest, economieal goverrnment, free in dustry, Iarge and expandlng markets for the products of Amerlosan absr, and the general dawning of an era of Iadividual prosperity. On the other side lie eorrupt goverument, fettered and imprisoned l. destry. limitation by law for the amoast whloh we can proltably produao. Ihose are the two questisal at ilsse before the American people, and, as I have said before. givlng a somewhat looal appllpatteo to what I am going to say to-day, the qoe tion for the irotle of D)lckerson oontyl, Is muore market for whea, and far moeohmnae It is more market for manafaletred aoods. "If there is one thing to wrhtek I gave more atteutlon thIn another during my brrtf beenee from the couutry. it was to tue eeanduou of the wheat market of the old world. When I Inquired why it was that wbe it has gone down to a trlee muoe lower than it has ever sold before In toe history of at least England gad America, the answer was, there is a universal glut, and p.rodeuction is beyond Irofltable de mand; not only is the United Statee In, creasing her surplus eaport of wheat, and Itaeels laerestang her surples LIport of wheat, but Argentina is coming forward end to now third in quantity eaperted to Europeea markets.' "1Ihe Ameiean tax upon the woole of Argentina made them live up their sheep looks eand go into ooumpetitlon with oon in the pi oduolton of whea,. I nay it is for you to-day a question of markete for the rodutcl you produc. I believe so far as the g:eat cereals are anouetned. we prodsee enough to feed a population twice us large as our own. 1 believe so Iar as staple man afaCtutre are concerned, we prednoe enough to eupp'y as ope.atioa as large as Our own. The question is where are we to get thse markets? "We have been building for thirty years tariff walls to keep other people from com ing in to compete with as it the home mar hot, already glutted. We have now began to tear down our tariff wall to let us ouet with our produete to oempste with the rest of the world in all the markets of the world. "While I was is Loaden two weesh ago. I was homo ed with as anvitation by the ebamber of commeree to be their guest at a public dinner, 1 did not think I ned be atraid to talk to the people of Leaden as I talked to the people of West Virginia. Pe I told them, Just as I say to yes to-day. that in the past we had been kanldein up our tariffs to keep them out of Amerloa markets, and now we are tearig them down to let us out into theirs, and all other maekets of the world. And as said to them. not only in the great preodete of ag rionlture, our wheat, eotn, ootne, beef and other meet prodsote, but in the products of our mantfaeteriee they might hoeuse forth dad us comtetlag with them is all the markets they sueght. HAY STATI DKWOUM ATI. Might lI Lime, Though They Stand a tlour Show. linarow, ()o. -Trhe demeeratie state convention met to-day. Ez-.iov. William IE. IRussell was hosens permanent shakl satn. The Ilatform adopted, after pledg lug allegiance to the time honored prinel ples of Jetlersonlan domoeraty, af.rms loyaltl to the resident and other leaders who have "se coaragleoSly battled for the people agalasn the errore sad iniqui ties of re·ubllies admialelration." ' 1e soentry is ooagratslated on the repeal of the odious election law, the measure of silver Inflation whieh was the direst ease. of the Infuaelal pantl, and the MoKaIley tartif. ' he istterm deolaree in faver of placing raw materials on the free Ite4; holds that It is the sole fonetion of the federal government. In maser matters, to provide a standardi of value and to eoen tIstaloile noouev, every dollar of whieb shall be of eluasl intrinsic vraue; tlat nothing hot this -n,,,,ed money shall be Ilgal tender, and the glvertment shall net carry vo a bash ia IIalna-es. YFr governor John F.. Iluse·ll was nowi. llmiad hr sralamnislom; t'ar.ga F. Hir/ltos was nouloataid for itautenant goyaruor, for a*ecrets y of state, ('hanois It. Conroee' fi o ato~irnie caleral. Ilsii, IV lrlhit; f r Sraauver. Jaiiea I). tiIluiiel; for sa1L lt'r, ~.ir it t'. N bliney, of Ilostou. An Lila a gar of ec.'.tiae,. Mr. IRoseell wli not0 dlsposed . S ake a einynluiie vlu ,f ti:e p'arty outlook. *Maaasarhneetti,' Iih. cd, i "is . r~pilhl.n Pilot , I h is C 11 year sad we mull L, thu bIet we ran to t,".,~ our `y'arty Irk ,I . and5 nph~ d or ad - O niOhitltia We a, a. ,ertouwd I,, d. fear in M seaa&,ueetse. Whatever hapi,'I to us, we eh-.lA ,net ni, auo'h oventsru fu 1hli+st. anl misticon as outl *tI'iisnte re .iuiiie~t fouir yeas "it's, io She lirueil..niuin hell In Its rla'na i adulate iraiili., We will ha,. losese It will he mestraip S.o the hiiat.ry of D'sntlce if we di otl flat we will mak. ma aneah loses is 0 v, made in 1i 9 ), anit ,t no suehb groundi. W" a1 I loe I "ecane She tImeOs are auaiiia1 um.. I hisp lot out what Shiv may was the Iliel of prroe erhi. I her were ttIer:( iii IfI. el aisi cllisordited for what they liad iuio as e larat/." MAI s,'I 1r,1,E IINS. . fIll. Moee ng eelling I. ILh liret I'amrp rit M.rysvilll Ia folly allvetlo the importaaro of the rapltal contest, as was evlnoemnd by the eotpealrin of the frleads of Helena at MelKedrok's hball, I m the eat mnlingl almp, on eatordaly night. In anllliation of the event the nlleal at Emplire ad other points had aulerd to close down at four o'cluek that afternoon to give the etan a ckance to get to Marlsvllle to attend the mIeeting. nat,dat dawned, howeve,. with noearly a fout (of aeow in She gronund. sd4 I wasl eeil then that it would be Impossible for I eople tI get in from the hiL ls. In esilO of tis driwback. hIrwever, the IarLatlrlr ws largely attendel Iand was In every way a great mao.ees Abnot fiftSr Ielenus veople went up in the afternoon ron a epeolal tralu. I key were IneLt at the Slarylville duy1,t by a Iarge deleatllu onf the eltl.izen of Stil tuwn ea.r the I) ou L,ammou band, and eec. ted to She ofDee of . (*e*rge W .i.lr, where en informal recetlon tlook plai. John lierron, eilee*r of the ilrum Lmmnon. aIting as master of nererlenles. lu the evnalng MeKenrlnek's ball was crowded when 1. It. )'eler called the meet Ing to order. K. A. (.rleton was She. *at speaker. lie devoted himself to ep.oling the claim that the A.sonda company was the friend of the laborlin marn. 'That comieany bad never bUnll any InnstiltlSon for the benefit of the w,),klng olasses. cd Its frleadsalp for the isborlng man began with the ea1ltaI fght, and would, the speaker polated out, end with that contest. F. E. rtramaba said he hard known lien All llptin In (Usllforela as a land grabber. and hbre he might properly be ealled a eas hatl grabber. 'I he p. . keL said be was to d thltthat the Ansoend company ad dspu~lte $1'),0JtU I a (lreat Falls bank for capital uºrulose. ('el. C. It. Nolan was the melt speaker. He pointed out )n as able Wanner the fool Ishneseof the Asnaeoda enm.algn arge meat that Mareas Daly woeld make the legislature order a million dollar eapitel ballding at once should the etate lapitel go to Anoaonda. The constitutilon of the state, he obewed, prohibited tie oreatlon of a greater ladebtednese than $100,000. As eathsasltte Maryeville friend of Helena struek tbhe orreet Idea when be pointed oat the difflreae between working for a company like the D)rum Lammon. where one eold buy what he pleased and where he pleased and vote as he plessed, and a company like the Anaconda, where a mae had to buy from the company stores. renr the rompeny hbeus, bea d at the sompary boarding bosses and vote as the dietatlio of the company boers. The hall wase lerted for destnla after the raoting anl an eajoeyable time bad. COBBEIT AT T ,LENDIVE. Shows Kew the 1)emocratle Party i. the True Silver Paraty. Speelil to The Independeat (GO.IDItr. Oet. 8.-The standard hearer of demoeraoy In thise sampaign. Hal . Corbett, addressed the largest saedteos as sembled this year, at the court house this evenitn. bhe Gate City bend discoarsed their be t merle and the laedes turned out e muasse to hear the bandeome orator. Mr. Corbett was itrodsaed by Chairman E. B. Kennedy and spoke for an hour and a half on the silver question, wtsih tturr sets all Monstlanas. His remarks were greeted by frequent applause and many doubtful voters now eonsider that the dom oerasy are the only I us friends of sliver. Dawson county will do her share towards electing Mr. Corbelt. Pelld feor 11H1e.. Bperisl to The Indeen4eno'. ('or ,rnus, Oct. ..-One of the largest meetinga ever held at Stillwater was pre sided over by Hoa. Horane Coautyrman and addressed thia eventna by Hon. W. E. Cullen, C. C. Newman San Jodge J. M. :lemeats, of Helens, cn the capital qts tio". A *"Helema-for-the-Capital" club wse formed and a great deal of enthuitesm sbown. Helesa will earrr this seetiio of Yellowstone eonaty almost solid, notuith itanding the money and bard work of the Aasoonda eommittee expended here. The mandolin cslb tarnished excellent music at the meeting and the danes that followed. (ambled Away I.t Money. 8pedcal to The Indeipendet. BrUTTs. Oct ..-August Hubner, a young Germas employed at the l'rrott emelter, committed suicide at six o'olock this even Ing as the residence of Emil Noes. This was pay day at the Faureot. He eashed bli cheek, went up towa and gambled all his money away doring the afternoon. lIs owed a mouth's board and four monthk' room rent, and it is esp posed he killed himeltf rather thae stead of his creditors any Ileger. he pat a re veolver to his his head and killed hamself Is stantly. He wasee ntnrrted, and his par ets live to lileeIa, G(ermany. JIe Ober a. mullllre. Special to The Independent. tht rltoes, (et. n. - About 100 people gathered at the oeunt house this eveninga to listen to Joe Oer, of MarysTilie. expatiate upon the glolles of popllism. Ie said Iartman is not for free sllver; List, be. rasee he voted for Uoldbhas leed fior speaker of the bhouse; second, when he lu trodered a foe slilver bill belnertoej a pro vision that sliver should not be a legal tender for the payment of daties. Will matertal f.arllailtom Omelais Bpe.ial to The Inderenisit.d Jill I NiR, ilOt. $ .I a mass mseti.g bold at Fire ball to ilght it was decided to oele brate the advent of the liarlingtoln nto Billings by amn etertalullmel, to which will be luviltB the lnllongton olfeleals anl their friends and promlasent ctliz.ns from differ ent cities in Montana. The enttertailanml is to be given at a near date in the fature, to sull the uoarealeaee of the Ilurllugtom people. 7h. ('sur Murh \Tsrr~" IiLhree tt, I)ot. 8. ito ihioslsobo /.egIS iiug publibohs a 15lsatroh from L. i'.Ilre bury whlenh say: "A saoisn rbong. fIn, tbh wo'rs hns tskens ilace In the cindillou of the car., nu l the min later f wer hat onrdled i rrraybri fnr the prssrvsItfLo of tIih it. iof the ictvr to I9 offereCd up In all gar tsin giant rsltltuntmii olinl iCtss aItuttIn Ilt are o. p t..'I tn Ita re i ,aFerr.ni aIn rn mirrd a:c i " anon .mmdliately uose.auncy. I ho * in t di~nmstartos antl tinr h w 'I II esham tllolirtis have La, ioli stag d fir L I:radi ho Now 'dra C pag. Kra 1m'niic, 11.1. ?4. Ticono waO a tiflAT ench of Tanimauy oblotltau In I's 1onr toonift shOu wlfwarnn In-Jar. At Its io-.n. cilusioni. Mayor Uilroy seid: "I le s.Imtc nerd unaprrosncl at the meeting was that tin parewsutit thllga wis to auhiovo tb,, snotsat nl tho *tats ticket." t'i ý, rawr, N. Y., (Jul. M -It Is ahoiifunel tinset I1ui:t Mill waill oieno the campaignee whb a speech is this 0lit i3 'Ihurrday 5,ialui Brat. A REPLY TO ANACONA, flilena Capital Lx culiv C V.nutitta Will Mit till, Anacadcia (unr rn ttee. And Uuito to In 1.W,rtM to I'revdut !'raullulllnlt 1t-"Uiitrlll~tl u And to Am~nmo nn Itnnnnt t nun, and If.. .t l,,alua ma I Ant A.,&,Il A lplaaut the vol e ~rgne. Ta JI 4. Indal", "" t ' :l Ia ·,*,pl C, "A jRya~l Nillee's" ul. lushsd In She ftitnid y.terday nat 1he sinaual'e of IL. h naonnda c', ltd cor.. misses, the folltrwlnd te·eyunt was leol LI as to the Anacrand nmmltte thus aft.: I (afn: To the Anneona (Capital (immilttese, Anuaoond. konut. (eutleime - In re ieanes t) Iyour "'pe.tal Notice" publlabed in to-day's htandad. we will may that the lIle.na capital e,,mmittee will onlte With you lo every effrt to rsltraln and s.upp us Illegal eulistration, naturali.ation en I vt Ing in every eoo. ty of tihe stae. We will advooete IO Il rsot t'insent asbsaure t1) this ld., sal will co-operate with you to pea..h every r.feader aiallnt the lowe. whether gIat.y of bIriiry, pillory,. o other inrropt methoi.s. We will advocate that each of the contestants say have a repro. ientative at every polling place in the slat., who may Oxzamine the ballot boz before the polls open. and who may keep the box in sight from the opening to the o uoe of the polls, and darln Isnternmls stone. li* shall also be priylvlegd, without Interference, to see the ballots counteJ and olarmine the name. If thought ne esare, and recleive from the jna.g.: a certliatoe of eoust wuish the jrsliges shall lion. We Invite you to name a time and plces where reproeentatives of our cammlttee may meet a like number representing you to arrange delals. 1IlItNA CAPrrTA!. ElxcntTIn ConuI¶-Tan J .. . WUooLi.»N, Chalrman. War. M;Tn, ,heretary. The notice referred to in the above tel eg am was as fol:owe: "A eDeelal lNatte." "' be reogitrstlon of voters for the gs. erat electiona I Montaon begins on Tons day. Oct. U. It has some to the knowledhe of the Anaeoada oapital committee. in the folm of evidenee wbtoh cannot be doubted. Ibat. Ito erttan parte of the stato, the oppo sition to AnasonJa pro,soes to resort to deeperate methods by adldig to the ree.s try the names no Dperous whose votes would be a gross violation of the plalm provisioln of the law r.ogalatin electlene. "hibs stolmltte. knows poeltively thatl espeelally In be sonityr of Lewis and Cl(.rk.. It Is the itatSnl:n to swell the list of voters by the f1sadalalt addities of some bondreds of names. The elty of Aas const demon Is fal, deallng, as houest rel istratlon al t an honest co~nt. The com. mlNee In this city will sare ne effo*t to defend Anacon.: i oaminst xpostne to fraud at the n oile. at the same ilne, It olers to 'o-oierast heartily with say represetla tives ie cIty 1of lflena may uname in their effort to assure the ottlisns of Jllena that the work of registration In Aaooends, or at any other preeastl In the stat4 Is coaducted In oomplrte compliasee wilt the letter and spir t of the law. °'It is of the utmost Iaportance that, in bthe November elatoion, all the provislons of the sode be carefully eomplied with. The members of this commitule will be alert is protectiln the sity they represoet against our disaldvantag for Asseoda Ire volved In erooked work in the roegitration ffioess or at the polls; and we ep r.al to all tre, friends of Auesonda throolhont the state toles l their help is the efort to na sover attempts at frma.s and to sOialt Ln she elposnr of the guilty. "tnr ANIcua ('CAraTtr, ('oMtTTis. "Asooesns. tiot. 6, li44." IN IlLS KAi Y CI(AIIL lir. Hlelmeo Chattla Wtllh HIs SO When Death ('ame. Iklmroa. Oat. ) . .-From a nephew of I). Oliver Wendell Holmes It It leaoned that the poet wa stlting liu his study. In his easy hall. ohbsttlgl with his sun, Judlge Uolmoa, when death oeam Io blon without a me meat's notice. lie died at 1;:.) p. a. Mr. Holmes had passed a poerfect earme so far as health was conerne, and only re* to ned a shoio time ago trou his sumner homore in ievely to his .ilaseO street ruel denor. Message. of lsyilrlth from all over the ceOsurr have been resoeved to-day, and many sellers have lets cards at the house. 'he funeral will tI Wednesday uoon, at Kingell hapel. and the sIrvices ril bi LIeu luMted by I)r. Edwarl Eveiset liHale, a life long companlou. Don't Want ilitiagadear. I'r.t, (Oct. 1 'lire Figaro It-day throws cold water on the reporte I r teintl, n of France to a nes thI Island of ladIaascar. saying that t"Ihe result obthlAtin I anies I is noi brdllianl, and isarrely orrflelel to iinke as dlOeir. It annex thie Isaend I te heavy expease of Ith alnnelatllun ana easily e Iuieseeii, whlerles. he adival.ges are eryll prib.aiiilstl i' mase Meetlag elr tC.sue fir lile".. 1 here will be a miss meetiig of the women of l*iLeei at the Opera houise at 2:13) this afltenroe. It Oltl be undoe the ai.e pites of the h Romn n's leca-fo lihS Capital elnh. k'ery woman whoi hias a Irltsreel ii i ite w rae of t tie state s . it ttsead. Work wih be Unt pel oiu fori the camplaign andl ti miltt of irleresl brongrt nh. tI. II ,.1 I we, Oi. S. --UtII deptlu Act PI hAlw, Brrtfr/f (iiorgI Jihu .,u u Albli to-dIy ftr La't le.ggii. t I. Oe of I.,baceoa' tats a hut m lb, ,Ma, i'ti tsI lc back~. III the r "nlfl ton iri-wnar And all. *eclant vesaped. Ite'i condliteon I+ or' 1<5 I. I!sl ilrn r alnr14 ý for roa, 1r. 1' '.rc. t'4. t i 0. -- the 'c1c-t tar, le Lea-c 11"u 1%., ipS(cl 11 .1al It,, friends of It's "lri tielu a e t rlni~haa kiii out ftr V aited hiatuce *erlatcc. Mbcccutary I sillily, t'nlior 11 aeL~nric, 11 c. Irowis, (,Oen uokner and IIlcnry Wattresozi ate amuuc the tshey name Inucetlc.aej. i1 ot I.. I le n'. eullon.r_" tr T u its,c f lat h'. - ha geycegtlh annaml eonYontiou io du.l,.atee of thc dlid"-ee I *dgle cI. tIA lrttLe hicid of lIonoluelly. 1 reman on the U clI e*yili suemt here tu day. Iteluesas ii Jay o"iuiiu.t'uh of Learimap reports of diffr.uet otleti and theezemLLa. Aloan of gredeallals.