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Unenviable Record of the Anacenda Company During the Great Northern Strike. Resolutions of the Lima Branch of the Amerioan Railway Unio . Impeoted Ceetrsee Labor on the Aseeoad cempansy' His Itaseh I. the Bitter Iot Ceasmtry. State of Montana, County of IAwls and ('larke, ss. lie It re.nwihered, that on the 20th day of (hto)ber, one Ihousand eight hundred and nlnity-four, 'before me, the underslgnod, a notary public, I1 IIdI for said county and slate, person ally appeared Henry I,. Miller, a wit neas of lawful age, who, being first duly sworn on hi oath, doth depose and say: That heretofore, to-wit, on the 27th day of April, 1894, he was a con ductor from Glendive to Billings on the Northern Pacific railroad, in charge of train No. I thereon; that Marcus Daly, general manager of the Araconda Min ng company, was a passenger on said train, traveling west. When I took his transportation he requested me, after I got through checking my train, to come back, as he wished to see me. IHe asked me where conductor T. P. Cullen was. I told him he w.an on No. ,. coming east that evening. He said he wanted to make a proposition to us boys. He named Conductors Cullen, ('ondit. RapelJe and myself. He said: "I want you boys to go to lButte and help break the strike on the Oreat Northern. You shall not lose anything, as I will see that your time and ex penses are all paid.' I told him I was In sympathy with, the Great Northern boys and would do nothing of the kind. He asked me to speak to Conductor Cullen about it when we met. Con ductor Cullen was of the same opinaion as myself, and nothing came of the proposition. And further deponent saith not. H. L. MILLER. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 30th day of October, 1894. (Notarial Seal) ROBERT COOMBE, Notray Publilo. Patriuotle vtm mea . Comment is unnecessary upon the following preamble and resolutions from the Lima American Railway union. No one knows better than the railroad men the blighting effects of corporate domination. Read the reso lutions: Ilima, Mont., Oct. f. 1394. At a meeting of local union No. 32. Amerlcan Railway union, the following resolutions were unanimously adopted: Whereas, We view with alarm the concentration of wealth in the hands of the special privileged few, the en croachments upon individual rights and the absorption of private Interests by unscrupulous plutocracy; therefore, belleveing in the greatest good to the greatest number, it is hereby Resolved, That this union uses its ut meet endeavors to secure the location of the permanent capital of this state in a city most favorably located and free from the inliences above enume rated, hence we indicate Helena au our united choice in the present contest. J. A. FOISTER, President. CHARLES SWANSON, Becretary. (A. R. U. Seal.) Imperte. Ceotrlet Labea The next exhibit shows that the Ana conda Mining company, at a time when ath in THE BEE HIVE S DRESS PATTERN': With linings complete. The prices herewith given In clude eight yards of 36-inch Dress Goods and the following findings: 6 yards best Kid Cambric. 2 yards good quality Silesia. r yard Linen Canvas. x card Patent Hooks and Eyes. I set Ever Ready .r.c.s Stays. z pair Stockinet Dress Shields. i piece Velvet Skirt Binding. I spool Corticelli Silk. 2 spools Button Hole Twist. i spool Clark's O. N. T. Cotton. Pattern complete plain Cashmere, all shades..., ...83.45 Pattern complete Concord, changeable fancies, all colors................................... 3.85 Pattetn complete All Wool Fancy Mixtures......... 4.65 Pattern complete All Wool Plaids, Stripes and Mix. tures .................................... 6 .2 5 Pattern complete in Tweed Mixtures ............. 5.45 Pattern complete in All Wool Duck Cloth, navy, black, brown and myrtle .................... 6.85 DOMESTICS. Amoskeag Gingham......................... 5C Standard Calicoes ............................. 5c Kid Cambric ............................... 6C 36-inch Butter Cloth ........................... 5C Adriatic Bleached Canton Flannel................. OC Comas Unbleached Canton Flannel .............. I Oc 36-inch L. L. Sheeting ......................... 86C Extra Fine 36-inch Bleached Sheeting............ 8+c GENZBERGER, BARNETT & CO. 24 and 26 South Main Street, Helena Mail Orders Reoeive Prompt Attention. thousands of the cltlsunh of MontanPr were out of .mploymllent, and lllly ,of these in absoutl. Want, wenlt MIel.lSIN tl*l oer' n e' II ngla d Iut l1i |rillre lIePil , worlk upn the coelr pany rlanh at 1111h - Iltin for the mere plittailn orf ir perll , mointh, or halt the' wutKen demanded by the eltiiz,'ensu of this comm)rneeweaullh. 'the. Aeeda companlh y llume4s ime tIe' Inoring maulln' frieln. Iteand the' re oid: Helena, Mont , Itrept. Ill. 1814, 1, Michael K. ('eeviiughi, of HIImil tun, Itaval ll eounty, MonItmlia , fil ,enl emnly swear that one Marcu IDlaly hue, within the laeit two yearsln through his agent. Mr. McKay, oentraated al Ne w imarket, England, for five pernlln to perform labolr on his ltitter Itee'l ranlh at allmliltion, Mont.. at the followlng nalary: Itac'h to re'iilve thirees p.uiInds terlilng per montoth fr the term o'f threle yerarn from the time that they left I;ng land, including their expense from thel time that they leave Newmarket. Eng land, until they reach Hamilton, Mont.; anild with the eproviltlon that they are to he returned to Newmarket, rEnghland. at the expiration of the three' years' 'con ract, or money in equivalent to be paidl to them, providlng they prefer not to, return at the, expiration or the centracrt. (Higned) MIKE E. ('AVANAIr(1II. Witnees:; ('llAltIl4;H W. NHI:YK. Hubserlled and sworn to before me this 1Rth day of Hteptembter. A. I). 1894. (Heal.) ('AitI. KILEINI4('IIMIIDT, JLr., Notary Public In land for Iewiln and t'larke County, Htate' of Muontana. Daly's Lav fair Laber. State of Montana, County of Jeffer son, an. Mrs. Duncan A. McDonald, of the Town of lasiln, County of Jefferson, State of Montana, being duly sworn, o, oath says: That she was formerly pro prietor of an employment omce In Hiel ena; that she was asked by the then manager of Mr. D)aly's hotel (The Mon tana), at Anaconda, to obtain help for him, on account of some of his employes having quit. The wages offered were seventeen dollars a month. lie In formed her that he had brought his hotel crew from the east under contract to work for seventeen dollars per month (the regular Montana wages be ing so very high.) (Signed.) MRS. D. A. McDONALD. ie it known, That on this 25th day of October, A. D. 1894, personally appeared before me, Mrs. D. A. McDonald, per sonally known to me to be the same per son described herein, and who, on oath, acknowledged the above statement to be true. In witness whereof, I have hereunto subscribed my name and affixed my seal of office. (Beal.) HENRY 8. M'ORAW, Notary Public. REGIBTER! 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In a transcontinental Journey nothing can keep out of the cars the volcanic ash or alkali duet raised by the whirl of the passing train. But the Great Northern is entirely free from this annoyance; it runs through no sand deserts and Its roadbed is rock ballasted. " 7ML A Gold Dust Washing Powder every woman's friend. Auk your grocer for It. Soldr in four pounad packages. Price a5s cesuts. Made only by HE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY. Chicago, St. Louis, New York, Boston, Phladelphia. GILGMIRIST BROS. DEALERS IN- Lumber, Sash, Doors, Etc Mill Work of .All Kin.de. Sole Agents For Rocky Fork Coal. ,=CORD WOOD. Cur.r O·pIC. O AND CRNTx AL CIGAr STOMa. TEIPUONW MNO. :1 BWETqD ORLBONq'B FOR OTICI-TO THE ELECTORS O0 rsi5l atle. dieS isS 1e. 4 sempulslus mss.k.L emout o .1 1.0. amm 3.UOi pie .iuer 1wglamul Olothe "Half. Moamaas. Its sd adsgisS? us.te fetr mid dbkle !Is. 1e bsubp givs sw SHal be wll sit fir te pumrpses o rvgalvatllonm o esteem ulthi. sad ever, pemolaet in his regkstemS.. &sdest uIT Snb.. dates amdisS the plasma mmd ae feZ esw Ostsber. 10. 11-Rald..s 3. 3. Floyd. lemma, sore. ourn boulevard sad Ora. O.obs 13. 15-Nosot era Pooh. dope, Osolber 19, 30-PosteoMa, Dazs.dale. Osekbs 13 16. 17 13, 22. I 34. 25 6, 2U, f4 60. ,maids.se R. h3. Floyd-Jose. Hoaser bomlevrd ad Otamile sees,. The e.. sos vwill be s ob. .ss1~ssa sQ IL . P.V.d-Jaoss, ouser boulevard mad Oramite seam*. Tb be . of reulmtratsIe will be betwes. 10 el'maa. a. susd10 'elooskp. a. on all Ilgol daym. omittlum She bours from 12 e aue p. -a4 six IS seven p... from JtL 3k to . Os . bothiusImsyu.. B. H. Fxor-Jowars, BUgith AsI6 Helots. moms.. 00%4.41835. OHILDREN'S CLOAKS. We have a full line of Children's School Cloaks, sizes from 4 to zr years. PRICES FROM $3.60 TO $12.00. The Best Line in- the City. Also Infants' Long Cl, ,k. from $i to $7.5 " Ladies' new style Prince Albert Cloaks at all pri. es. Call and see our line. NOTIC OF BEGINNING OF TIME OF Regtvratte.--letloe I. bereby anree of time mad placee for to eS srat.la of the mames of le q.oaliled eleeten In ele. tes dlst lot No. 84 I the sualty of Lewis rad Clarkse slate .o Mod1.o , plrer to the paestml leettera to be bold on Toasday the skth day of Novembe, 14, t Ifor the uld ealty of Lewis msd Olarke. will belsn at ten o'olook am m. ae the alath day of Oeto ber, $16. Tbh resgtlteIag aglet will be st the fol loiewl preel.ot of vetlnplalse embomeld hi aMifnotetls di4stlrlt NA 4 are as fol lows: look amsh basin. preelast No. 9-at Mrs. Nase RatC's hoese. (will be omne * ) on etober 9. 140 IL A m ll. Uersemlet No. -at -- K I el. psas's. as October 11& 15. At Mitebell. prhstlet No. 82-At~ Mith ell's on Otebeer 16 17. 18. At Craig, peatset No. 86--At Benek's beool on Oetober I. 0). As Lbooe *eo on Oetebor 3 28, l, 2. egIsetalo esu bern to o'oe'losk . m. a Ill ten o'eloek p. m. Jorar . Boa, Reilstry apeat Wolf Creeo, Mea..L Ou. 6, 1591. __AA for Infants and Children. 1 " y,~ .l r .s*rillr-s, t-s r St.,,rla' j drs. l h. " , I nrrstltn, hi...I..r.. ri 1 r. , M 1, Xii. gIIives .' a I not.w dl W I tho t Lnjurkrus rtwj115.'Ion. of 's ud.trrh I aIs. u, . r-a? nrdl ",rr m',srnll year I Isan rr nssnrosd.j4 I's I u .5. is'r ivrIi.. '.. a ',r.rk yrr's'sr I.t.rli. aid4 dshalI %iwnyg eeIsfjrsus to itf s'.,fr r~a~s. , t I~ *,,.Ii v' It,. 1 s'. urns II,, ii, gi Is It Iaa Iunvariably prssnri aess'i g',i'la I.sa :'g,. t s -A f wnll ... ii, in a ki. I . itr rir ssansis." W.IdLa LSy I'..5.. I.." 1siwiw ' Tsav.., 1T. I, CAIIS..,I MAulrY', i*Ii.. 1"t Snr. .5.4551 ,ti A rni., ~....w 'i~r .r~ S s 7 r, !' NT AI Itr. ."~ "7 . '5 ssts i , ** 'sVv Virit (sry. Wo Ara Now in Rocolpt of the Fineo:t Stock o. STO E S IN THIIi T (I'i'Y. 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