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(rAuDINAL ~IPoAI LA TO-DAY the Vatican, through Cardinal Rampolla, Papal Sec retary of State, delivers to the P apal Nuncios throughout L'uiope, its ultimatum as to Italy's proposals for the re storation of the temporal power of the Papacy. As Premier Crispi is opposed to the scheme, it will probably fall through and end in a fiasco. It verges on cold weather these mornings and evenings and you know that overcoat time is here. In no garment is style or lack of style so apparent as in the Overcoat. This is the more important as few men buy an overcoat every year-and no garment wears well that does not fit. We fit everybody and suit everybody-you included. He'd been having his Clothing made to order-said be couldn't be fitted with ready-made. He came into our store with a friend who could be fitted--tried a coat on while he waited for his friend -and to his great surprise it fitted. Now he's wearing a suit from our stock-he's comforta ble-and many dollars ahead. Cheap shirts-cheap collars cheap neckwear-are like all other cheap things, worthless. But don't go to the other extreme and pay high prices. We strike the happy medium-quality and prices are right. Ever notice how cute the Brownies looked in the Cox pic tures. Brownie Suits are just as cute-and going to be won derfullV popular. Sizes 3, 4, 5 and (l6 years. There is no reason why you should not \~car Jaeger Under e\,ar--- not even economy-for it i iý he.ipeit in the end. There ale hundreds of reasons why you hould \~ear it. W\Vll teil you of them -or mail you a little b ok that w 1i, if you'll send us your ilddress. :\o other ht ever looks or weair like .l IJno\. The im p1radt of perfect style is on them always--you can't afford to wear an\y other make. GANS & i LEIN. THE FIGURES THAT TELL Shlpmenta From Bitter Root and Missoula Valleys to Helena and Anaoonda The Queen Oity Took More Than Twios What the O:her Plaoe Did. A Letter Irem ltevem.tll eM tl. A.. Neeadi 1tly * Csmpetlm I. tho Mlltter Reet V.ette. Mlssoulian, Oct. :1. One week ago today, in its editorial columns, the Misaoulian publlshed a statement concern ing the relative shipments of farm products. Including fruits and vege tables of all crlsses, from the Missouli valley to Helena and Anaconda, show ing that during the years 1893 and 1894 there had been forwarded by freight and express 15,$45 pounds of such mer chandlse to Helena as against 4,71) pounds to Anarbnda. Since the publication of these figures, the committee having in charge the Anacenda end of the capital campaign has made the statement, through its subsidised newspaper, that Anaconda was a greater consumer of such pro ducts of the Missoula and Hitter Root valleys than Ihelena; in other words, that the shipments from the Bitter ltoot valley would more than make up the difference which appears to the detriment of their claims on the books of the Northern Pacific Railroad and :xpress companies in this city. With a view to furnishing its readers with all the data touching upon this point. the Missoultian. through the kdndness of D)ivilson Superintendent Itrimson, of the Northern Pacinfc Railroad com pany, has secured the following state. nments, made up and duly attested by the agents at the various billing sta tlons throughout the Ritter RoOt val Icy, and from which it can he discerned at a glance hew tdle are the claims. in this respect at least, of the Anaconda osnltal hnaa.mlr i"'om (rantsdale. To Helena.Anaconda 193. Fruit ....... ........ 14.25 9.T7c Farm products.... 42.200 20,000 1809. Fruit ............. 12.35 2,56 Farm products .... 120,0 . Totals .....0........ 10,0 2,3.2 From Hlmilton. 1593. Fruitand produce 41,501 36,1157 169. . Fruitand produce 33,225 172,.30 Totals ................... 70,1S1 93, 147 From Riverside. Ir93. Fruitand produce 114,0(9 110.115 .P.4. Fruit and produce 973910 107,5,6 Total ................. 212,005 287,710 From Victor.. 1893. Fruit aodproduce 151.075 27,255 1894. Fruits and produce 441,048 41,406 Totals ................. 630,123 69,066 From Ste.eneville. 1893. Fruitand produce 374,960 337,640 1894. Fruitand produce 581,150 193,350 Totals ................. 95,130 583,90 From Florence. 1893. Fruit and produce 604,485 25,040 1894. Fruit and produce 114,310 125 Totals ................. 69,T5 25,166 Totals ............... 2,745,661 1,337,122 Missoula valley ........ 166,146 4,710 Grand total ...........921,506 1.401,.12 In favor of Helena, 1l,511.4 peounds. The above statement shows an ab solute 4ifftenco of more than one and one-halt million pounds in favor of the capital city as a shipper and consumer of Missoula aid Bitter Root valley pre ducts. A million and a half pounds means 750 tenl which is equlyatent to seventy-flve clrloadl, or five fill train loads of the ma . oent fruits and vegetables and other farm products about which so much has been said and written during the present capital campaign. It has been a long and tedious task for the Missoqlian to secure the many statements and fects relative to the shipments of such articles to the re spectivo cities in question, but the mat ter has become one of ome nimportance, owing to thh figure it has cut in the capital contest, and the publleaston of the facts as they really exist in this instance will doubtless be recelved with pleasure by the entire community. FITOM $T5V&ISVILLU. Alies Wede4 oes She Aeeooad Cam pelsa I. tlbe tlfer leetj ,I.t.evnsvilrle, Oct. 1-.-The beautiful flitt.r Itoot valley is now invaded by the mouth pieces of Anaconda, the would-be rarptal of the great state of Montana. Last night Judge Kirkpat rick, of Rutte, and Col. Plummer, of fra;t Falls, addressed our people on the capital question. There was a very fair turnout, it though it was not a solid Anla.onda meeting, as I saw lots of people wearing Helena hbdges I'. wouili have been a very dull meeting but for the excellent music of a glee c'llb of eight vuices. .udgIe Kirkpatrick's argument was al)o't like this. Ilel.na in on the east -Ide of the mouiltt.ls and built in the t*irr l l, Last ('hanc gulch; her county hiillmg.i Lare toppiUng eld rtokerles; Il,.r,or.. the uiapftl shoulld be moved It Ai:', nda aid rn-w htudirigns worthy 'f our greatrnuas should be built, ani w, rshouid Isaun- bor da that our grand ,'hllr..n shouldi pey off in years to ~n m,. T'his war aruLimert number one. Aruirnert nur:l.-r two was ILke unto this II,'l; ,. l , a, great as sh, wouild v'r .e., her lailroad fi. lll tles waer 'Inplete, Iel repi, ag ' overdrawn and th,. town is dvLIg a low death, While Aian odla had loon to lexpand and,. with her Irtllroad to be built, she would be ir tihy th,. calital of Montana. 1F'r IL,- third urgumrtet he slaid that out sidie if the .:( .r|en in parties holding ritgatgaoi there a.. tl not he .00 pen i i] t h, < tt, wi , would Iare e 'here It &apitjt l We FitI. ( l I 'liu mer, ., North rIakot.a, nixt SIi, k ie i, aised our rllniate arid .ril, our beauititful valle)s and hills ii,, fl ir Intellig,.nee, and told aid stale , It that we us'd In tell at our debat inl , lih ini Iel*nia twenty-five yers .'. Ie . Olnparel Marrue Daly to a t~,r wall, a defender rt the Iabsrlng nu, h,. toldi hAW the Anaconda emni tiny h,i i ln for years and dlrilared mi dlvot. r ids This stone icll cnmpa. st r 'urk ril i iii,' tor i ly I wIr Ia Ari i i ,,L, it 1:'.l whern IthI wotrk l'i,.siel down, w tllh iii. familly alld .ronthe.r I wr:L. re. tIrnilnt t'o M ntatnn from w.I- i rn ': inla In I+Ai , and out it Ihie northwesr,.rn iatt of Lewis and ('larke , unt-, I n It . n. l parties looklnu t er e t Ik irn itrintrling where they w'-r. i inn tlhey Fimti Ai:outil thea; lb orks s h 1hutI down ai id lring out tf tmonlley they wanited to work for Ist,'tkrten A short tlniie oft.r I arrived at tte.lneiville I rIrnved a letter from I'lder 14 F Nor ris. pasrtor of the (h. sttan , hurrh at Ara,,rondl. tttito tha' his fImily was tlmhing in lewa srol he was hatching," ias it rest ten rulmh to beard in Ana irida. in a *hurt I:rri the town was so -deserted that thi , hu, lh e'uld not sup lrt him and he mrvi ,1 to Washington htate. flurh is the tuwnI this would-he Mark Twain a.ks ui. to meat our vltes I' a hog and that MemsIus aly is a Io. for the , spiit Al of thie state. 1 \C. ;ir, ttld Ion all si*es that Helena jlvJloil to Montan. uand that while el Ilcv loyintg ws ttvtn Montana while Hel 1Ilighest of all In Leavening Power.--Latest U. S. Gov't Report. ABSOUrELY PURE ena wants to hog everythlnl. Twenty five years ago I moved to Helena, then the moat important town in the terrl tory. I attended school there until 1171. During all this time and since then Hel ena has been sending her solts and daught(.rs to all parts of thli great state. In every town of note you will find her phyallians, her lawyers, her teahers, her tradesmen and her miners. In her broad and fertile val leys ) ou will find her farmers and stock men. Now, my bitter Rout friends. Helena is no enemy of yours, but a friend. A short time ago we had a fruit fair here. Now let us do some figuring and see if Helena acted the hog with us. Marcus |Daly gave for prites $103 and took for premiums $101. The Miasoula Merran tile eomspany gave as prises $106; J. Y. Kelly & Co. af Butte, gave $30; the Cop per City Commercial company gave $15; the Bitter Root Developing company gave $17; J. N. Johnson gave $25; Lind say & Co., of Helena, gave $100. In the month of September Lindsay & Co.. of Heletna, shipped from the Bitter Itoot 3,000 hoxes of apples. Yet Helena is a hog. Hitter Root merchants and farm ers gave a grand total of $407.50. Mir. Daly was the only competitor for lth. prise that he offered, so he is only out :2. while Helena is out $100 beside buy ing 3,000 boxes of apples in one month. Are not these figures conclusive? All praise to the good ladies of lHel ena. I hear only words of praise by the ladles of Bitter Root for their sisters in Helena, hecause they have taken such a bold stand against the insidious monster. ALLEN W. WOODS. Legal blanktes tb eoefei The lia RHiv ii sallng stadard ealieeseat f-ve santa. adiee.' miaes and childrea' lesks a Tie See lilve. eeseMis.. Alteaolim, YNease There will be a special meeting of Morning Star Lodge No. 5, A. F. & A. M., at Masonic Temple, Broadway, at 3 p. m. to-day, for the purpose of at tending the funeral of Brother J. P. Flick. By order of H. B. Donnelly. W. M. J. J. HINDSON, Secretary. The Se HRie will sell lad:e.' asteral gr weel aUdeweast 1.0O p sait tlI week, Perrlet ulted flannel aud.wer ter ildies all wost r e sault this week as The !i. ltvea a nalas eats. oesseiH e asae to es tioteata. The Northern Paciflo railroad has placed on sale dally round trip tickets to California points, as follow.'i Helena to Pan Franc isco and return, going via Spokane. Tacoma qnd Port land, and returning same way, $75. To San Francisco, going via Spokane, Tacoma and Portland, and returning via Ogden and Butte, O00. To Los Angeles. going via Spokane, Tacoma and Portland, enterg San Francisoo in one direction eithr going or returning, I89. To Los Angeles, going via Spokane, Tacoma, Portland and San Francisco, and returning via Sacramento and Og den. $19.50. Tickets are limited to sixty days for going passage, good to return at any time within final limit of six months from date of issue. The scenery via the Northern Pacific and Mount Shasta route is unequaled. Passengers get a magnificent view of Mount Shasta from observation cars. For further information, sleeping car reservations, etc., call on or address A. D. EDGAR, General Agent, Helena, Mont. evenat,-ve eate will bulr a sit of la.se.' en derware e fbavy ribbed bIbrIusa.L worth $1.10 pi r ea at ltb I tvo tb we.m. Kid eambrie uly n e cate per yard at The ies Hive. G to T. B.m Hive for barsleu Is dry **d.. iarve ro prseard e of ta Universal las ion Montlrs? Petlng Plie ..5 lah Ward, Pretmet Na. 11, remove from Hose hoas to 1404 Helea aveue. Preslnot No. 12 plue at 1809 Helea MACK-In lHelena, Oct. 20. to the wife of Pleter Mack, a daughter. W..ddmea of the World. Garnot Camp 105 meets every Tuesday at A. (O. '. WV. hall. Ijsiln.'ss of Importan"e to-night. All mcmbhrrs requested to be 'pr ý. nt. JOHN ItAKERIt, C. W. C. PARI)DELLIAN, Clerk. 1eets sesad ead fearth Tnesday. . hre will be a regulr meetlag et Mirnam ( haptlr No. L O) .. ., tLieavn lng at eight o'lock. at Masonie Temple. eornsr Ltrosadw ad Jaghan .styet. A E1 1M MIl)ui. W. W.M. MArs , ! oAs. Heeretary. Montana Lodge No. 1. 1.0.0. O. O. Neets eery 'IThesda.r A reluermeeti g of otanna Lodge Mn. I wll be hoidt (' ,al FeUuw 'ITn . (JakLon te. entrano) th.I e.vlag. %ltos memnbers are oordlall weleemed LAVID KEEhAN. N. (. Emt. ELcom hemetur. ivy 1odge NH. .4, . ..f P. Met.e ever, Tnedar. A regular m.u.t. of the above lodge will be held t61. I wieday) eveaela. at their ( a.tle Mall. K. of '. halL eoru.r Park avenue and Idward. street MNebes of ilater leg.ie ar. rordiay Ian vited to attend kUs..tA MEIFR.C.O. W. C. AIIJLL L Rt. and . Awarded Highest Honors-World's Pair. P"DRP MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure (rape Creamof Tarr Powder. Free born Ammonia, Aam or any(ther adulterant 40 YEARS'THErSTANDARD. TIE BEST SBEVICL IIt 6Olvem by the EIloes cab sad T5as. i,,r &'.openr. The IHelena Cab and Transfer com pany, Johnson & Fischer, proprietors. have the best and most serviceable rigs in the city. Men are at every train. and the public In given the best service the city ever had. The transfer men are on every train that comen into lHel eina to save travelers any Invonven lence ion their arrival. The company are specially Iltted up to take parties into the mountains and to all the Inter esting points about Helena. I 3AI3COCK'S FUR CAPES Garments and Fancy Furs LATEST NEW YORK STYLES. Largest Stock in the West Eastern Prices Guaranteed. We Invite Your Inspeotion. BABCOOK & CO. FURRIERS. Sheriff Sale Perol.eb f stk that we male ý obim s to _at tenm. Net Wet. sad Ret At, Bietlas a Igue..s ewer thm uaYbed1 . the Nerthwest. ADAMS THE PLUMBER *LD UmLO@L BRING IN YOUR ART PORTFOLIOS And have them bound. Prices from $1.50 to $5.00 per setL General Bookbinding and Ruling. C. B. LEBKICHER leem. 4 I lie, ella . ilUU IS. IS NOW Rushing With Trade As never before. Fowles is strictly "in it" for business and to trip up competition-although to Fowles 'tis lun, to competition it is agony. The only house in the city which buys for cash and sells for cash and does business on merit only is the great Main Street Bazaar. Note the astonishing values we are offering. See the elegant e MILLINERY * Not to be duplicated at Fowles' Prices. b0-yard spool white and colored crchet 5C cetto. vain· . 7 e. our pries......... Bo assrorted aisr rPlis, value So. our q1i price. ........... .... ... Rest i rae Pine per paper, value hlo. h oar price.............. Coin Punrees. aln, I3e sad o10 our .` pri ......... ... . ........... Influats' Cuhmere (ilorks. cars embrel dored withdilk, walt,.$i sue 1.2.i.$1 "5 InfantI' lone ('uhmvre Ioat., heavily 81..5. oer prce ............. .. ('hildr.en's 'olored Eiderdown C at,. .;) .alue (LS, our prie .. .... .. ( hiLdren'l Fidardown ('oats. d4ep An sorta Pir around Oasp, vailw .7.5 : .E our prlc ...... .... ..... .... ('hiidrn's 'ashmero Capsor va.rlue Mc, .3 (or It rice . ....... ............ . (,reat l in I. di' i nd CL.aldrden ad( ( lost. from $3.·U t ............... flather tI oe. valu.e 3.50 ' ( ur 'rire ........................ !pewal vaue ins Indles' Isae! l al Iark ( isihb (wortk dauble) at l Qia and ... ... ........ .. ... . ! Knotted rlme damasek Te .lr)X )c. our price ................. OUR PREMIUM LIST. Par.e ('. . No. , Whit Ilels, Ceok Book. teris. M. No. fl. Cated Ytarts esnt Ieryie. . eries (I. oi. . rP.esfor LMdes. semre i, . o. -7tlst Ireet mdles. DRESS GOODS, Silks, Velvets, Trimmings, Linil:gs, Etc., all at 6 SPEGIALI SALE . OMPETITORS like leaves in the autumn, change color, influenced by the downward ten- 8 Sdency of our prices; volumes might be written . about these items for this week's sale, but in order to give a more convincing description it would require a o pen of unequaled power, to say nothing of our limited H space. You have learned to exp.ot just what we advertise, and we honor your confidence by still continuing to sell the very beet Sgoods for the least money. This week we aaticipate your wants and place on sale at actual enost our entire stock of Plain and C Fancy Dress goods. Latest Parils novelties, English, Scotoh and C American miatures, Worsted., Cheviots, Coverts, Whipcords, Storm and English Serge., Broadoloths, Ladies Cloths, Black (Goods in all the new fancy effect, llenriettas, etc., all Dress U Sielks in black and colors, all Fancy Trimming Silks mad Satins, H including the new Liberty Satins, all Silk Velvets, Silk and Jet Passemen terie, Jet and Buttons, all Dreu Linings and Findings, .' in fact everything pertaining to a dress, will be sold during this week at eatI. We make no reserve, the sale includes everything In our Dress Goods and Trimming department.. Price. made a during this sale will hold good for this week only. We ask you C to come and satisfy yourselves that we do all and more than we O 4 advertie to do. -RALEIGH & CLARKE. y AT COST. AT COST. AT COST AT COST. STEELEE HINDSON F CO., -JOSIUZ or Iay, Grain, Flour, Feed, Rolled Oats, Corn Meal and'Potatoes vNsLU AL fles1s 1os OIl os.n.na CROWN, MONTANA BELLE AND ROYAL BANNER FLOUR Te.uls.ee le. MI-Te se $ Sterne flltlm is l. CIsv.-.1 2floeusan St. -- ------------- Sle PlHar Frult BHele or IntaLJ. '"" E8TABLIBSHED 1883. s.. LINDSAY 00., WLeaL.1 ANDo UIrArL L.a. Fruits and Produce. e..l.. Besonable Fruts A rrving Daily c.lt.rsl rreW -Dl J al, Car Lota leatama ssIrt& OUee amm Wnsbesesw e. . C. ?raw. Et.. Illals N.. s seessses e e .st IA I Io New Sailore yýýd and Hata That Walking Will Save Hats Today. You Dallas Aargaisn This week we are going to give you better values in Trimmed Hats, Walkin Hats AND SAILORS. Than Hlas Ever Boeen Offered in Heolona TRIMMED HATS. $1.98 $2.D0 $3.48 *$.O0 $O.Oý That we guarantee 50o per cent. under any and all competitors' prices or money refunded. "*S ILORS AND WALKING HATS. die 46C ic 7o $1.00 $1.28 That we guarantee 25 per cent. under any and all competitors' prices, or money refunded. Remember our goods are all marked in plain figures compare with all others, and if you are not satisfied come back and get your money-that's the way we do business. HELENA'S OS LEADING I , , H MILLINER....... MAIN-STREET, .NEXT TO SANDS BROS.