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t¶LEIN. over the n'nted States. \Teirbur; of the Fiftv'.Fourth jio I ie cho);cn a, wel as tt.ate (fRicersand Ieisatu iis in nlanv (f the states and in New Vu u l, ctpecia lly a but Campaign has been carricd On. It is only to get started with .you-nothing can take our cus tomers away. We make satis faction so sure by our buying, that you'll never have cause to complain afterward. Men's Suits, in Cassimeres, Worsteds, Cheviots, Meltons, Thibets, etc., in plaids, stripes and solid colors. $7.50, $9, $Io, $zz, $13.50, $15, $16, $18, $20 and up to $30. Men's Overcoats--Ulsters, Pooles, Box, Sacks, and every other desirable style. $7, $9, $Io, $16, $18, $20, $22.50, and up to $5o. Boys' and Children's Suits- Brownies, Jack Tar, Reefers and Cutaways-lots of the Combina tion suits with two pairs pants and cap. $2.50, $3, $3.50, $4, $5, $6, $7 and up to $15. Children's Overcoats, Capes, Sacks and Ulsters. $4, $5, $6, $7, $s. Children's Flannel Shirt Waists --Mother's Friend st lec. 75e, SI, 1.5o. h'lildren's I lose, all styles and qualities, wool and cotton, 25c pair. J.tegr's is not ordinary Under wear if it were anybody could niake it. It is scicntilically cor rect and pe:-fe t in hyI v ninc prin <iple. \ e'l t-.1 vot all about -or send out lifll I.hok t, it \w'il!. E cr we ý a Knux !,a;t? lver kn,,\ a \\t11 dr,'ss. d m::n x\hI ddn't. \V,'c agn t;ri for themn 1I' & \',.'.! o, 1: & W . t .ll ;r i.. , t!\. ays ;ut,l .ner all Iircumt in 'es. They'yr the bhet ntale, as fir ;, quality goeý, too. c'e sell them. GANS& tL"EIN. A GAEAT NORTHERN CUT So-lon Hands and 0.her Laborers Reduoed Twenty.Five and forty Cnt. It Was Effiotlve on Novombe 1, But Ham Baen Held Back for Awhile Vi.eo-IPrld.l C(lolgh Ila t. Paul Pays The.'r. Not Itt.a.1 to AuLlmeme It Vet News .tas received In lielena from Spokant e lItbI night that ordters had beet rlt l trce by tl ,"nrat Sut erint'enld it 'at rell. of the tl'reat Northern th .,. to redue wades of section handat ;u oth r rlasaes of R labor 2 and 40 .ents a (dIy. ''l'h order waIts oen ht l aI It "nta man ti.h rltntl1 Itd flron tisp k llte ), stti lda). It direct, dt the n latu tio. to I.e itie Nto. I. ald to ap ply ito t'he 11,ntan:la and Idaho dttns Sonas. Frot Spok.,itne, tlreat Falls alnd It IPaul, .conle con II rlnatiots of the r.,orted reductlioun, though It is evl di tit from all the reports that the or d.r has been held in abeyance until af ter electtion. The Nwws ltReia.h Grsat faltl& Spe'lal to the Independent. grlat I'talls, Nov. 5.- .Authentlc Infor alttitn t"it Icd heire to-night states that at tut of 40 'renlts at daiy oin section Itaitns' wagest has beetn ordered at the ;reat Northern railway's St. Paul of- I tire. The cutt applies t n the Idaho and Mlont'ttI divasitons and Is to take effect tate. 1. CeiOrmed FroY S.loeae. Sp,'ha to The Independent. Spo.kane, Wash., Nov. 5.--Tle Infor mnUtion about the cut in wages of stb ti TI hands is correct. The orders are to r t uce, from $1.50 to $1.25, but action will priobably be suspended until December. Net Ready to Nake It Publle. Special to The Independent. St. Paul, Nov. f.-Vice-President Clough, of the Great Northern, re fuses either to affirm or deny the re port of the cut In wages of section hands and other laborers, though a reporter lahbored with him for an hour to-night. "When such a thing as that should be made public," said he, "we will make it public." The inference Is that there is some truth In the report. SALVN1'S GREAT NIGHT. The Oppera uase Crewded to S.. the Young Tragedlan. Such an audience has seldom been gathered in the opera house as that which went to see Alexander Salvinl last night. Every seat on the lower floor had been taken and many were glad to have accommodations reserved In the gallery. That part of the build ing was also packed. The play was "lDon Caesar do ttazan." and the de lightful old Spanish romance was cer tainly never better handled than it was by the young tragdillan last night. Fronm the gointg up of the curtain till the last drop the immense audlence was delighted and manifested its feeling by freqiuent rounds of applause. Nalvlnl is a Ilnitsheid actor. with all the graces of form and feature necessary to a per fect rendition of the romantti character If Don Caesar dte Itazan. The support ing company were all artists. and the stage settlngs the most perfect ever seen in Helena. I. Old reatuoky. The monotony of things theatrical prominses to be broken soon by the ap pearance of a genuine novelty and the one big tCUcQ'tess of the last New York season. IReference is made to Jacob Litt's pltllure.,quIe drama of Southern lif,, "In (lid Kentuc.ky." For seven, months this play delighted Ith thousandlM s of patrons of the big Academy of Muiih In New York, and th.liter-goers thrlughout the country arn- familiar with its sterling merit and distlnct Idlparturo from the beaten II:Ih. Th.l famous P'ikauninny hand anlld the gK'nu.in ri.ring se'l:" are l'eat uis of "i Ohtl .ýenti'*ky., and caninot fail to pleass.. ..,ats nn sale Thursday mornillg at Lock.woond's 4r.ug store. BURGLARlS ROUTED. l.er'eo Fight of "a We*man With Midlight Inatruderr. ,i n ~r,. N ,r. ,r,.-.1 rsi, iates ll lt. '. 't. nt*. of :l . h r opri r terl ot th ' ('al tal T rf ', h:o'r*,, \:l ilul-h.it1 thr," b iruhl ., eh,) I': k lllh ire hr r 1oleI Sulnlllati mll 'hl. att.r :1 b :q t' irIi tight, iin \ hl h hi. h .I s at ,rl n'Inu', trniiic of athe nn wat ; ull. 'Ril \Ith ;A " lVIfIr, thel I. o l \with it ISl I.t , IhotI a l till thir '1 ilh :i hillly. \V l h tlire woulons it:. y rullied blew ault r L:,a," l" o r h" ih l , alIs * n It( bors y b:t :h" f ou ht F en i'riet. ,iI'ally all I rt , d : ý h in nut,"y that llt', heat t r,' I :.t Iltho'l tVking r;ln of ) Ir JI,' w Iry or otlr italu'la l s. Thi, battl , l Ia ted 1 r' m.Ij!v t *n :nt , ut \I?'. T' ,,C i - not l airl t unl tll her a,".,lbsli; t+: had vm:,, .1In It'.rP 'I\*. m :1 ''s nrt of Ih( ;ff ti ' Ii : Is t Iah' w ' ill I L' ri l r I i I I - I -h I n I 1l , l, , . th:tl' t :ht I I,. L I II . 1 i A' tl' h'1 l l l,', n ,,I l h 'l'r, Lr, \., l i rh, .`,, v , A ,n 10 .wi,.",,rl -11 ,I . % ,r , TI '. It .pp, nll 'Irll'lr &.. 4h . ill 8. YE erted ('netlt bls. t1' l' If ab"r, vwh|3 i, rot nrI ('n th+" r ,+," . 1:, ti ' , t ! , n, tnla l , " l ,f iI' I t, n t, '. I 1' , I. L 'l f , All 1' ,. ,'l i , ', n u ld, , I' in Io ll. , . , l. I hi| ,i 0, . r' lt ' ,.h te'd ir ther ."n1 "i, I i h rl 'r.| '. I l,' N\ ,. I .., , i *l.I,, \C' I ( 1t, I mt l htl, ty lbI. ItH iht RHues lor ltc 'I'I '3 1;j, 1j " 1,f X 11 1flu .1 1,1 I" : r I-k'1 II' h 11 1'1 1. Iii'f I i:,v ha ri kiux 1i ) S .~ l l';orhi,' *I jI tI fti p.IaI is"11: )i I!- I!In "II II "' 1: -n Ir 11 C's Iji g t ii I I' I f :. .11 1 I I i I;'1 a i' - 'li 1 1,rit II. . Ii. II..a ,1 11 xul ft 1 L 'I1" (111(,1~1111 111 "'1 11 1 .I I, .""1.1'. I Iý ,I I l1ý " I I I I. t" i 1 h . n . flf h.liiIu ;I, I1(1:, th l '~ili l 'I.1 .1., .u :: ~1~ 11111 I ':II lu I. II 51 n t 3 11 ih g". 1.11iij' V.11 i a ii p . 11 · 'Ir y' ,: I , 1 . ,1 1 r1111 Ilighc:et of all in Leavealng Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. A.IW Powder AmmSO.IELY m PURE JOTTINGS ABOUT TOWN. Vote early. lon't fail to mark an X opposite hIlena on the capital ballot. Put an X opposite the name of every democratle cand.tate on the ticket. OIt a'oulnt of the election the freight olh'ces of the Northern Pacific railway will be closed at no on to-day. Ion't put off voting until the last 1moul'l nt with the idea that there In plenty of time. Something may hap 'l'The pre'iic(t comnmittees of the ,Youngl Mhle.' club are expected to re port promptly at 7.30 at their respective All mnembers of the Young Men's club can procure admishton tickets at headquarters for election returns at the Ihiard of Trade rooms. If the pereon who found a gold ring with Initial C on set will return same. to M. I1. Cronin, of East Helena, they will do him a great favor. The Ladles Auxiliary society of Tem ple I:manIo-1e:l will meet at the resl dence of Mrs. H. Tonn. 536 Ewing street. on Wednesday afternoon. The Indelpndent will have the most complete election returns to be found in the state and will display them by stereopticon on canvas stretched in front of the Masonic temple. It is free to everybody. About fifteen special officers have been appointed to do duty to- day. There will be at policeman at each poll ing place, and these with the regular force. will probably have no difficulty in keeping order. Another pleasant Sunday afternoon is being arranged by Dr. Cooper, salm ilar to the one held In the Congrega tional church recently. It is to be held in the opera house next Sunday, at 3:30. Programme will be announced. ItenJ. I'rner. Jr., F. E. Taylor, B. F. Lamb. of Melville. and John F. Mercer, of livingston, filed amended articles of Incorporation of the Montana Paris Plaster company. Their capital stock has been increased from $60,000 to IO$100,000. A New Lime Of white china, for decorating, just re celved. New goods and new prices. F. J. Edwards, 8 and 10 Park avenue. PIJMIONAL Ex-Gov. S. T. Hauser returned from from Butte yesterday. Governor Rickards left yesterday for Butte, where he will vote to-day. (leo. M. Bourquin and Herman Tonn were among the arrivals yesterday on the Great Northern. RIev. G. C. Stull, who came in from Philipsburg Sunday, left for Butte yes terday with Gov. Rickards. Adolph Levy, of the Plymouth Cloth Ing House, returned yesterday from a purchasing trip to New York. David Marks returned home from Butte yesterday to vote. lie expects to leave for the Sliver City to-day. Chas. Taylor, a well-known mining man, who has been in Helena for a short time, left yesterday for Butte. Thomas Mathews, speaker of the last house of representatlves of the legisla ture, came over from Butte yesterday. H. H. Palmer leaves for Chicago this morning, having been summoned there by the serious illness of his father, Maj. J. J. Palmer. J. K. Bramble, assistant principal of the Marysville school, and Miss Clara M. Saunders, of Ohio, welew married yesterday at the residvnce of Mrs. iI. il. Clark, 510 Raleigh street. The wed ding was a quiet but pleasant affair. Legal blanks at this ofice. Buy the t'niversal paper paterns. They are the best. Thaekeraoy's Plae II Litersatres The place of Thackeray in EnKllsh lit erature. says Frederei Harrison, In the November Forum, will always be de te.rmltnled by his "Vanity Fair", which will (be read, we may confldently lpredict. as long us "Tom Jones." "'l'larisa," "Tristram Shandy." "'The Antiquary" and "Pl'likwi'k." lInt all the best of his pie.F.S, even the smaller jeux d'esprlts, may he read with delight again and again by young and old. And the best are: "Esmond," "'rhe Neweomes," "Itarry Ioyndon." the "Hook of Snobs," the "HoK gurty DiamonrId," some of the "Hur Illl·" lnd "t'hristmas Hooks' and the "l:nglh h llumorists." (Of these. "Es mIolnd" has every qality of a gr'atl book, exc'pt i1t artilt'iit l form. Its exe.ssive eida r, tinl if lilttorical 'oltorig. , iand its urtnavory plot "The Newomtne,." If In some ayrl , th most genial of thO longer ple'l"s. 1i p~linly without the power of "\Vanity l'it.l" And if "Barry Lynllon" has this Ipow, r. It II tin a"wful pli't ire of ,rull t v alll n all.i nllessi. 'i'hl "liook of Srudii" anll the "Ilor.uarty IuDilmond" e" t ,:, Ih it khind of plelde to '"Vanity l'fair," atl Iboth eontain somn" of I, eansen. tial ma. Rlki of plathos and of upow, r It ls Irit.dl strang'' tO us now tlo r'mrnmbter that loth of th(ese books, writlit with F.i h tlnthi I shd asterv of hand and fill of siu b passauv,'s of wit and insight. 'o ti h haut I.'l'n lrulllihedl for y~cnrs tlfi,,* the vwrtll had re.'oglnizdi that it h:~it nw anti (on(lltuLll tl ilter beforei' it ii)t 1s oil" io f .th'e hi'ef tlllnl . iii. 'a of it IIJtrin., olll nt ,' ll I t p, Ibuit l , :; ea t .N ,h'r'n i, ,'nt rir ly free flora it. the ,I w.:y is ti h.I(.ll ill l.luvt ,.. n.I - fi.' .tna will h isa wi i sIlt of | ,ii,-' unle s's u. (if heav, till '1 th!' .'#d 'talbru -..m. iorth $1 a d a Ji ll, t i I' le IIIv,' tils ii l .k T he It.,- Iil\a e Is ,I-liiw :t.i.l.l I .all i. ', I 11 , ' frits. Th're '' 't nrio saldl 'I. rts .!ri~n the hi ',, of th,, , en t Noltherl . II I' ,.pable of onlll itllu.is s'ittle'ritr' t flouit I,-' great lailn's j' ug't toulnd. Tlht iti r Il.v 1..l adai In low ls ,. (live l.lthem It Ill. Awarded Highest Honors-World's Pair. CREAM BAKING POWDIR MOST PERFECT MADE. , pure Grape Cream of Tarlar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. R'elI . agIures n. (1. Frederlick hats Ilte arrangr nmnts for a Wes'ternI I'Iuuton wire In the \World's Failr li|er Btardi.e f'nr to-nliht, w', r..- .l'ct.io returns will be. received up to the last moment atnd reKularly an iounced as recetivedt. "What's a tIhle richly spreat. Without a htr of splendid bread?" No table i conltpletily antd tattefully tpr'tad without It 1a ot f bre'd matde fromnt t. at king of iflos, "It'," T'hrh o blessedI its theI( housekeeper who usce' It. Your ds aler sells it! Iadles'., minssesn' and children's cloaks at the liee Hlre. 1Al ICOCKS' FUR CAPES Garments and Fancy Fus LATEST NEW YORK STYLES. Largest Stock in the West. Eastern Prices Guaranteed. We Invite Your Inspection. BABOOCK & CO. FURRIERS. IN BULK. Fresh from the beds in New York. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. PEARSALL, GROCER, 1olepheme si Cor. Main and State Streets. UIvLLJ STORE 107 N. MAIN ST. Sale ofowels At 10 Cents. Good Quality Bl3,ached Linen Towel. Worthy of anybody's inspection. Size 16x31. lied bordl .rs. No les by the dozen. At 15 Cents. TImanhtwk T-.wvI. revry thr.iad pure inel. Kuit ld tuuig." Colored border. Nu, I. 's by th.' dlurn. At 15 Cents. (; lt ~;iag fr )yur mon.'y. Pu~re lNn, l.by -i h-1 (O',Mtd ode'..ie At 15 Cents. kind t butt I:1 r:. I hit st y fir watter and( M,, soft nn r«... thlnK h, iK ii I)1 Pkin, bleachede toit a l-h .r'ij,.. Siz,4i~ 2x4:.. No lIs' b. y t I u doz"'ut. At 25 Cents. 11 .. it ril Imtun ut. tt, I.. I ut s f ti!1 Tow~ Nice :"x l'.11 11.1111y Limited lfring1O1( . AM No Iý 13n by tft.. luzon. OUR PREMIUM LIST: 1'art I.., inililK th,. f.Ilutwiri ti.'kei, wilt i .kaý *d , a for tioCI.i Nne I'. r., White II ihu'oi' I 00Ik I ook HerI." IX No. K. I iuit*'I Hita'** tI. r"t Hi.rvli'. Hert.,. (1. No. 1i. Vua tI for l...i".s i4r4.,. K Nio, i, l'noIhili Altt -, HMqtl.. I. No %.I, l " . i.,r I ..ifi* HI. . N. N 7, (;emi I 'yV'i jsitia 14er1 .rII. No. XI., I'it IM flo I.radle.. Iterlore 1. No i.I., IPen I. 0 ' mpenliu itn. &frrtý It. N'.. 41. NatUinal I ;rn'yllopcdla. Sendee H. Nu. 71. Htaunly la Afr a.. UNDERWEAR W -=-"UNDERWEAR ---UNDERWEAR SPECIAL SALE THIS WEEK Raleigh & Clarke's.T Raleigh & Clarke's. Our competitors very mad, our customers very much pleased, our special weakly sales the talk and wonder of not oqly our own, but of the surrounding towns as welL Why? Simply beause we are selling, and makinlog prios beyond the reach of competition, always giving you just what we advertise. Siace the organization of these special sales our business has doubled, showing that the public appreciates our efforts in giving them low prices on good goods. This weak we sell our entire line of new Muslin Underwear at prices that will surely tempt you. You oannot afford to think of making garments after seeing the great reductions we are making this week. We will not presume to attempt to describe these garments, and our spsoe as too valuable to fill with cheap outs. We simply ask you to call and examine both garments and prices--they will speak for themselves. In addition to our speoials in Underwear, we have many equally s attractive bargains in all departments. In our Dry Goods Department are many short lengths and parts of both, remeants frem lot week's slaughter, that we shall dispose of regardless of valu We show our goods cheerfully, saving you money on all lines of Dry Goods Cloaks, Notions, Eta Let us prove thee faeets to you. Reepeetfully, RALEIGH & CLARKE. NOTE-Sometime since we decided to take the agency of Post % Hack Kid Glove., under their brands, Dante, Bruce and Argyle, their latest and bet pro duotious. In order to establish the reputation and the fact that. W Ans the agents for Helena for these Gloves, the manufacturers, Fester Paul & o., will mail to 100 of our lucky patrons (whose name were cossen by lot ac drawing) an order on us for a pair of our best gloves free of oharg As soo as order u received kindly call and have them fitted. STEELE, HINDSON & CO., --JOBUs|I O- Hay, Grain, Flour, Feed, Rolled Oats, Corn Meal and Potatoes WbIWO.LBU. ,OSn 105 WO D ollnaLaTa CROWN, MONTANA BELLE AND ROYAL BANNER FLOUR Telsphe.a No. 16 --The Beat mtrese l.lt.M s the Qbh.--M Semmm St. .Ti Piolaer Frull loic or Icntat "' ESTABLISHED 1883. 4th K.t. LINDSAY 00:. o, aadle. WtOL AL, AND rAIIMI c.awl. e,. Fruits and Produce. ..IP,, Seasonable Fruits Arriving Daily Cral.nls Fral In Car Lota _ Keatmas ralts. Oa*e m.d WLeboema.. a. 0. 0. Tre Iet.. a Mea "r Pem L.Vra Daeiewe. D GILGNRIST BROS. DEALERS IN- - [umber, Sash, Doors, Etc 'ill Work- of A.1 incl.s. Sole Agents For Rocky Fork Coal. - -- CORD WOOD. CITY O NlOs GOIRAM QS1LTAL CIGAR SWORE TKLEPUONl NO. 1O USRINEESS BEST PATENT HARD WHEAT FLOUR. Strictly Montana Product and equal to best Dakota Flour. Manulactured by Kalispell Roller Mills. SOLD BY GROCERS. THE BEaT SCHOOL TO LEARN oo0thepiun, Shorthanl, Teleiraphy, PENMANSHIP, And All Common Inalih Brauones, Is the ENGELHORN HELENA SEOIN A DAY ON NIGHT COURSE NOW. IruL II. T. Faseu orn. . A.. Prim. BRING IN YOUR ART PORTFOLIOS And have thern bound. Prices Irom $t.6O to $0.00 per set General Bookbinding and Ruling. C. B. LEBKICHIER ..a.d ieeP I.. Ne l II MldmSr. THIS PAPER 1.M.SA. Cal. * whoet e atree es ease otr M LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S lnl e ar erFactory. We shall remove or stook of Ladles' sad CLlllr.n'a Underwear from Weat Ms n Street to 119 Itroadw y oa Nov. L We ehall make to order all kinds of Ladles' and Children's Under wear and shall carry n stock a eomplute lin of thee soeeds, ad also a lile of imported iano ad table rovers. handkerohlefl uad other sancy goods at lewst dories. We soUlcit yoor inepeetlon of our goods. MOON, YUEN & CO. 'I Oppenheimer & Aeh SOLE AGENTS. 1et1 OUTB MAIN 1TIBBT. HELENA, MONTAN4A -- - --------ý MME. C. LAFLEUR. FURRIER, 210 NORTH RODNEY.