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CANS &
~tLELN.
L IN
To-PAY General 0. 0. 1 Tow
ardn, l. S. A., goes oin the re
tIiled iit for age, anud the Su
preIe Tribunal (f the Knights
of P'ythi.as. meet;. in C(h icago.
This i'; the lrijhc't court of
the otrder and .r n umber of (kcr
c'xl'cllcd o0'. I hn to C~lfI)liC.t ions
long pendimug. Its a bircd as
semblaae.
B...
Better buy that hat you lost on
the election-and better buy it
here. We'll make the price so
low that it will take away the
sting of losing. Every sort
every shape-every quality to
select from.
Men's Suits, in Cassimeres,
Worsteds, Cheviots, Meltons,
Thibets, etc., in plaids, stripes
and solid colors. $7.50, $9,
$xo, $II, $13.50, $15, $16, $i8,
$2o and up to $30.
Men's Overcoats---Ulsters,
Pooles, Box, Sacks, and every
other desirable style. $7, $9,
$ro, $16, $x8, $2o, $22.50, and
up to $50.
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, $., $5,
$6, $7 and up to $15.
Children's Overcoats, Capes,
Sacks and Ulsters. $, $3, $6,
$7, H.
Children's Flannel Shirt Waists
- Mother's Friend st' le. 75 ,
'r, 1.50.
Children's Ilose, all styles and
:u:dlitics, wool and cotton, 25c
Ja!;c:cr'; is no'.t orlinary Under
acar if it w\ trc an)hvl\ could
1kw' it. It i- ,cinitirl ily cor
rct tandl terfe t in hyg}it nic prin
:1lý'. . \ ,.' tll ,11 ,u all about
-or :n, you ;t littl: book that
E'1cr w ',o a IKno'. l:It? l:vcr
didn't: \\ ' .e rint frr tlnt.
El \\ n I. ,I W.
< lht I , ,,yI , l und er a!l
:ir uinstan s. Tl'ht 'y', f e 1,." t
%\\: rell "'!..:n.
ElANS &
NLEIN.
HOW THIS COUNTY WENT,
The Populists Have the Bost of
It as Far as Hard
From.
Six Lgletators, the Sheriff and
Possibly Some Others
of That Party.
Repabllease Take What Is Lefth meept
That Jake Iiseker Will lPrbably
Me the Aeeser.
The 0 turns on the, polltloal part of
Tutiv... 'a election arn, in from all thU
pi.r'eittlt of I.ewis a uetd taltrke county
r \ept Ten Mile. ltinmitl, Empinre, Val
hy. Wolf ('rtek., llIan. Augusta and
ihhitle Folk of the tDearl,.born. These
ei19hll pri' n,,' tsl sh houl poll about 4thl
a,ýti's. The bulk of the tote is in, and
that to heal' from it i xpI-vte.d to be
large.ly populist. With the figures at
hai.il the poptllists hute the most of the
l, gisl:atit, ticket. the sheriff and the
l1bileti adnlrntl trltlor, and a good pros
leit of ge'tting the county attorney alnd
arllv.yor. Tlhe republlcans have a small
prt of the legislativ\e' ticket, the coun
ty tlerk, the a tllllotr, the treasurer, the
siupet intendentt oe f schools, and the corn
ner. The' nulty thing the demu'.ratls e'tin
posiaily get is the uassatss.r. Jake Fischer
htas at slight leadi o\ver lHarry Tilton, and
a long oi o el' S. ('. Hludson, the lpopu
list canllldhlate. Though the missing ptre
cinctitS are p olpullatic, theby can hardly
pull lHudsoIn througth. The most they
ctll do i1 to isetlet the nlatter as be
twee.n Fischer and Tiltlln. The challces
fav\or Flishter. T'hey will also very like
ly elect A. I.L Lo.mblrd. populist, sur
vet'yolr alnd T. E. ''rutcher, populist,
countty attlrnlley. Theay y even \te'
', me the lead ,of James S. Featherly,
republi'can, for auditor, and elect P1. J.
('ampbell, the populslt candidate.
thIough this li not robabhle. It is not
likely. however, that they will make any
changes in the positions ,of the legisla
tlhe candidates, though they may in
rtease the votes of some of the populist
winners. The missing returns will swell
the vote of It. II. Smith, the populist
nominee for congress, and give him the
county by about 400. So far Judge Hunt,
fotr supreme court justice, has a ma
jority over both his opponents.
T IRITUItNa TO DATI.
Figures Whle {show some Clos maLoe las
some cases.,
The returns on the capital so far as
received front Lewis and Clarke are as
follows:
IfelIna. Anaconda.
Helena ................ 3.69 148
ltar3 arvill ............ 7 25
IEast IHlena .......... :12 4
Kestsl.r. ... .............133 7
C'ollege ............... I'x 3
Valley ................ 82 2
liaxendale ............ 81 3
'nll, nnville ............ 66 4
IFrenh Iar ........... '.22 0
Iltk t'reek lIasin .... 17 0
Ititti.r ................. 47 7
Mlit.h.ll ............... 24 1
Cralg ,................ 14 :
I[ ) a r i r ............. :4 1
Steinpi e ............... 8 0
Totals ............... 4,73 208
This leiaves ten Ilrecincts. with an ag
grlegate registration of iabtaout 500, to)
hear from. They will swell lelena's
inajority in Lewis and Clarke. to 5,(t1i.
)in the state tiket nmost of the Ir'
cilnts hatve hle.rn heard from. Thlose
still nmissinig are lit Ilkkely to change the
result, as they will n'ot poll over 400
itis. The precInctst hieanrd ftrom give
Smithli, popullst. 2,139: lartmin. repub
iiln, t ,an 1 ; i rbett, d .mocrat., 966. The
vote of the city was as follows:
l'rlclnet- ('orlbett. Hlartman. Smith.
First ............ k5 102 134
S c on, i 1i .......... 42 85 137
Third ............. 34 66 55
Fourth ........... 66. 92 79
Fifth ........... 70 154 115
Sixth ........... 44 91 xX
S"\veith .......... 44 124 159
Eightth ........... 42 86 7x
Ninth ............ 20i 45 87
T.tith ............ 63 120 86
':l. ivnt h ......... 23 7;3 8
Tw'Ilfth .......... : 75 1:52
Thl'rte.ll h ....... 61 179 143
I', iritce·nti.h ...... 4 14I i:.
'1' tl; .s .......... L 1. .3 1,446
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,I" 1 Ih l lI , ,1 1 Ilii1 lign.tsl tl'iv ti k.t.
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(Ilii:hstt of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
-l. Powder
ADmOUTELY. PURE
COIRONER.
itullard, rep.......................1, :2
c'llrnmik'hael. dent ...................1,4 (2
ltitchle, pop. . ... .................. 1,396
Lt'ItVHYOR.
Itei kel, rep ........... ...............1,xnt
K e rl. dent ........ .. ...............1.199 !
L m bal rd. pop..... .................1, ,
I,'.tI Justlle4st' of the peace for Helenat
tow iwhip, so far as heard from, the re
turns show the t-hetbtion otf Woodmani
anll Vtlw. repuillianhs. The vol.ts
rep, 1,494, liann. pop, 1,3:145; Schaub
:ohlaepr, -op. 1.218; I.enl nett,. pop. 1212;
lubcr, dell, 1,079l. Qulrk,. dem. 1,167.
Legal blanks at this ollice.
Iuy the Unlversal paper paterns. They
are the best.
ACvrmiae of Ite *l r.l4 |t, relt.
W'. 1. 1todlge, Mrs. lodge. Winston; C'.
IE. Hoa, c'ascade. J. S. Keerl, W. II.
Itatchelor, Helena; Mrs. P'. I. Horfceh,
Irs. Slheriffln, ('orbhin. J. E. Wllson, Ifel
nut, Franlk Wells, Mrs. Wells, alaela
burg; J. (I. Churchman, lBsmarck; Jatto
;'. ile, ker. Iladersburg; Miss Lottle
Townsend, II. t'. Kunpel. Townsend; aIin.
A. 11111. Omaha; (1. Illlsemann, Washini
ton; Mrs. Ian MleNeill, Blouldelr; . A.
At ercomble, East Helena; H. M. lh,,l
fiehl, 4lokane; Miss Waterman. Wnitle
Sulphur Sprlngs, ii. Riggs. Mrs. Rigs.
l:ast HIelena; John Mcl.aughlln, Wilnstit;
Chals. i. uilley, Mlarys'llle; G. M. Aver
ii, tolden ('loud; .11ss May 'robin. East
Il, lena; W. W. Martin, Trinity; ('. II.
Austin,. 'Casae; A. (I. Itishop, Colton;
itan M1 NeiIIl, louthlder.
Arivalst at The Rletes.
,amnl LeHier. J. l'eard, W. M. O'Brien,
Chicago; It. J. Symonds. A. M. Peache,
nlmtha; C'. Ei. .1ctzger, Wm. H. Morrison,
New York; FI'. AM. Malone, Miles City; W.
II. VanAesdale, Auron, Ill.; D). T. Has
kett., uttite: W. HSott. Cincinnati, Ohio;
William .M.,Keninvk and wife, Marysville,
'has. Itueff, San Franclsco; G(. F. Drake.
Milwaukee; It. II. Hill, Andrew Jensen,
FIank Bruce. P. Kelly. Great Falls; Mrs.
Geo. Ramsey and mothe-, Hoseman; li
ram Knowles, Missoula; W. S. Hay, St.
Paul; c'. O. Molsor, Elkhorn; O. A. Tlb
bitts, Winston.
Baby carriages at actual cost this week
at the Bee Hive.
The Bee Hive will continue their bar
gain sale on blankets for this week only.
Call and see them.
Hele.a. t he lars
Ask your grocer for flour made In
Helena and refuse to have any other.
The best dollar underwear In the city
for ladies at the Bee Hive.
Dress patterns at the Bee Hive cheaper
than ever.
"Bseerstoa Tiekes to Callferatls."
Take the short and by twenty-four
hours the quickest route to California.
Elegant Pullman palace and , tourist
sleepers. The dining car route. The
U'nlon l'aciflc has placed on sale daily
tickets from Helena to California points,
lminted to sixty days going with privilege
of returning any time within six months,
good for stop-over, at following rates:
To Ban Francisco, going via Ogden and
returnng same route. $75.
To San Francisco, going via Ogden and
returning via Portland, and vice versa,
$9u.
To San Francisco, going via Portland
and returning same route, T7'.
To Los Angeles, going via Ogden and
Sacramento. and returning via San Fran
cisco and t)gden, or vice versa. $89.
To Los Angeles, going via Ogden and
San Francisco, returning via San Fran
cisco and Ogden, 393.
To Los Angeles. going via Portland and
returning via Sacramento, or vice versa.,
Through sleeping car reservations and
further information can be had by call
ing on or addressing 36 North Main street,
.Helena. H. O. Wilson,
Freight and Passenger Agent.
Ladles' fleeced Jersey ribbed under
wear, only ') cents at the Bee Hive.
Go to the Bee Hive for bargains In dry
goods.
t'aloa Pe'-e Systom.
Overland. train leaves Helena nt 7:30 a.
m. dally for Hall Lake. DeLnver. Portland,
,i.n Franll .it , Ilmnaha. Kansas Ci'ty, St.
Loull, c'licHaRo and all e.sterlli points.
OvYerlatrl train arrives at hluu,.na at 6:.~
p. in. dally; through P'ullm.it aiul colon
it st l'l'pinK cars; elegant chair and din
ing airs.
IFor further information, maps, folders,
rates, etc., call on or address
II. O. Wilson, I. & P. A.
Heitlna, Mont
Have yot Ipror ullrrl one of the, Univer
sal Flashilon Monthlys?
Illzheyr Thmn it. Itlenat .
Is the reptltittlojn of that gr, atest of
tiours "It-x." For purity. strength,
'olor lland P,.nt'RI |r'eat, trnikii g quall
tis, it his a t) (n t ilul. YouIr id;alr dotS
lit k,'I'p it; he' ShIIH it.
'Po ular plrhi l cluaks at th, lice Ilive.
Th t, It*le ilt . vill sl lI Iin, natural
grt . ol uIlnderw.-ar at $IW pe.r suit
this wH-,kk. , ultil $. ut .
Past ui ar.
Ha]i\ng over" one thou'sant' a, req of the
Ibst i uIi. rll /e, till pstu . a111, Ii -,"s i $t
I," i l, h i IturIh known i: thI ir ein
Pr-l -lif ra. r h, *e,"v, InI i Jille' hall f ml esl
,rIIt ,'a lt of lh lena. Inqirur. o J. -.:
AllI ni. I' art fi) w-,,. Sp.l ro , a '.abl., or
iiVailr 1t1tlhe t l li', y (1i- ,I1 N, tth Main
. e*,t t4 ui- rtiros.P0
Snlllt is one olif the, tilt uintlanlRes of(h
1 Ii , I l tlltnentilal illi bill 'he (i r' t
", tlh, I i i entirely fl+~ frl it, the
Inl+,.l%" Y' Is .Otur Iiallh it
Awarded
Highest Honors-World's Fair.
"DR:
CRE-\M
BAKING
POWDRt
MOST PERFECT MADE.
. pure (,cape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Amminulia, Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
aihouldi K.,w Their trrlemid.
Thtere is no qut.stlon about the loyalty
of the |til;tanlnlll Milling 'mlnpany to the
ilterests of Helena In the capital con
test. Every man on their pay roll volted
foi Ilelein. VWill the people of IHlelena
utt Ilozeman, 4ireat l'ails oalr IHelena
flour? Ask for Arahblla flour for bread
and you will Ket the heIt flour in the
market. Every sack In guaranteed to
glv't entiret slatIsfuctioin. A nd White
Lil y for pastry; thiere Is non better
made.
'hleanliness in traveling is the one thing
d sirnd. 'lrn\Il ,I)y Iiit ( 'ireal Northerni
atnd you will be .lonn. No duit on thlis
line. ltock balla.ted rodibed.
1AIJ3COCK'S
FUR CAPES
Garments and Fancy Furs
LATEST NEW YORK STYLES.
Largest Stock in the West.
Eastern Prices Guaranteed.
We Invite Your Inspection.
BABCOCK & 00.
FURRIERS.
SYSTERSI
IN BULK.
Fresh from the beds in
New York.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
PEARSALL, GRCER,T
Telophou 36S
Cor. Main and State Streets.
107 N. MAIN ST.
25 Per Cent
DISCOUNT
... ON ...
WRAPS
For Ladies and
Children
This Department contains the
best selected stock in the city and
comprising all the latest novelties
including the (;olf Capes and
Prince Albert Coats. Our prices
are acknowledged to be the
lowest in the city, but this week
week you can have them at a
discount of 25 per cent.
e
OUR PREMIUM LIST:
1'u11 b· n h)·lllnK I)II (Il Italt g 1, k ris
VIII Ill(· ...o 'Hll r111· hunks i('Tr r* (· I',
wit. I lw. $I i.~..k~ N.I kI. l crIII.1 Nu.
Nn, I, 1' . tog IasdL~t.I... M.u11i. K. No 1,
F.o, I .M'h N s MI N.. 7, 41."m I' r" -
In".Iln N.'rl."n I t Nu 14: 1. Fi t- Info Isdl."t
Pril's T. Nu, I1, White liHous Cook
DooW.
UNDERWEAR
- =UNDERWEAR
UNDERWEAR
SPECIAL SALE THIS WEEK
Raleigh & Clarke's.T
Raleigh & Clarke's.
Our oompetitore very mad, our oustomerm very much pleased, our special
weekly sales the talk and wonder of not only our own, but of the surrounding
towns as welL Why? Simply because we are semling, and making prices beyond
the reach of competition, always giving you just what we advertise. Since the
organisation of these special sales our business has doubled, showing that the
publio appreciates our efforts in giving them low prioes on good goods. This
week we sell our entire line of new Muslin Underwear at prices that will surely
tempt you. You cannot afford to think of making garments after seeing the
great reductions we are making this week. We will not presume to attempt to
lesoribe these garments, and our space s too valuable to fill with obeap cuts.
We simply ask you to call and examine both garmento and prices--they will
speak for themselves. In addition to our specials in Underwear, we have many
squally as attractive bargains in all departments. In our Dry Goods Department
are many short lengths and parts of both, remnante from last week's slaughter,
Lbat we shall dispose of regardless of value. We show our goods cheerfully,
saving you money on all lines of Dry Goods, Cloaks. Notions, Eto. Let us prove
these facts to you. Respectfully,
RALEIGH & CLARKE.
NOTE-Sometime since we decided to take the agency of Poster's Hook Kid
Glove, under their brands, Dante, Bruce and Argyle, their latest and best pro.
duotions. In order to establish the reputation sand the fat that we Are the
agents for Helena for theo Gloves, the manufacturers, Foster, Paul & Co., will
mail to 100 of our lucky patrons (whose names were chosen by lot or drawing) an
order on us for a pair of our best gloves free of obharge. As soon as order is
received kindly call and have them fitted.
STEELE, HINDSON i CO.,
-JOBBURS O-
Hay, Grain, Flour, Feed, Rolled Oats, Corn Meal and Potatoes
WUOLgAALU AO33TS 105 TE3 OuLUUIATZD
ROYAL 3BANJ.IR aB.. ".A" PALTENT
telephone No. I0.-The Beet Stor.ge FUeltlie L the City.--i3S Boeumeam S
. bThe Ploaner Frlt Hoail of 1onta0 , 18"
ESTABLISHED 1883. ADpiq
18tte. OnlomL
Not, LINDSAY £ CO., ..
Cadm WIrOLALI AID RAIL La so
Chewing anu. Fruits and Produce. w...a..,....,
Seasonable Fruits Arriving Daily CaJo.lrl itsru
Viiae Dets in Car Lots.
raw e IMontean Ft&rit
oe ".mad Wev,,hoese eM . C. Tre
E(to.. e. ar JrP seger Dept. Wememe.tm.
GILnGRIST BROS.
-- DEALERS IN -
Lumber, Sash, Doors, Etc
Mill Work of .All Mincds.
Sole Agents For Rocky Fork Coal.
- - CORD WOOD.
CITY OYfICOE GRAND CENTRAL CIGAR STOSRL TELEPHONE NO. 1600
We Are Now In Receipt of the Finest Stock o.
STOVES
IN THE CITY.
Wood and Goal fIeaters
- ALSO -
Eo sCOOOK STOES RNGES
Bc" i A"For Wood or Coat
,WORLD -
'..LLI.N HARDWARE,
IRON AND NAILS,
I· House Furnishing Goods
- OF ALL KINDS.
CLARKE & CURTIN.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
..,4 I 1t2-44 S. MAIN STREET i A. CS CU TINa.
J~OHN tJ. GUIITIN.
BRING IN YOUR
ART PORTFOLIOS
And have thornm bound.
Prices from $1.6O to $5.00
per net
General Bookbinding and Ruling.
C, B. LEBKICIIER
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
Uilerwear Factory.
We shall remove our slook of Iallee' and
(:ib rea's I'wlerwear from hVt Ms n rt r.
to Ilt Hl urudway on Nov 1. We shall make -I
ordlr all kLMnd of llnei' and ('hlldr.n's Under
wear and shall carr, In st.ck a emidJste In.
of these goods, and also a llae of t pnrtet
Slano and table envers. hindkerehlefs and other
fny noewls at lowest prloe. We oullcat your
laspeetlon of our goodl.
MOON, YUEN & CO.

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