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IHELENA-51xth and Mat. If we don't sell our present stock entirely out before we move, even the three floors of our new block will prove too too small. We've simply got to get rid of the goods-and price and values are set aside until we do. We want to force you to buy by showing you that the goods are sold plainly, undeniably below their actual worth. The Crockery and Glassware stock we must not move-be-ter to lose a little on price than lose all by breakage. Our entire stock of hand painted China cups qnd saucers-on every one of which our regular price is 40 per cent below any competition. To close out they will sell: 25o Cup, and suoers ............. ..15o 400 ...............2 0_o " " ........ .....Sbo o. " " ............... 400 900 " " ...............600 1.00 " " ...............700 Everything in our stock of Fancy China-Plates, Salad and, Fruit Bowls, etc., etc., at propor tionate reductions. Bisque Vase Lamps, polished brass trimmings, hand painted vase and shade to match, large burner, $1.75. Porcelain Vase Lamp, polished brass trimmings, hand painted vase and shade to match, liftout oil tount, duplex burner, $2.oo. Polished Brass Hanging Lamp, patent spring extension to 62 inches, 24 cut glass jets on shade ring, fitted with hand painted shade and large burner, $2.90. Fels & Co. are makers of ab solutely pure Toilet Soups soaps that you can use without any fear of damage to the skin. F.riln Bouquet, 1 doz. box ..........40c Prile Medal Vranspareac Glycarlar, I dos. box ......................40J Sanitary, 1 doz. box ................500 English Oatmoal, doz. box ..........50 Water Crew, box of 3 cakes ........200 Cold Cream and Honey, bcx of 3 oakes ................. ......... 205 Grey Oatmeal, box of 3 cskes....... 20 Marshmallow Glycerine, box of 3 cakes ......... ............20o Scaoted (lyoerle*, box o@ 3 cakes...20o Aloona Glyoetran, box of(8 cakes.... 20o Cosmo Buttermilk, box of 3 oak"e...250 Hardly a store in the city with out Candy-but only one where Candy is sold as a slitple. We receive Candies dally.4h We sell more than a dozen stores com bined. Three things sell it freshness, quality and price. Plain mixed, per .................10o French mixed, oer b ............... 15 Caramels, per lb ......... ........... Chocolate Creams. per b ............ 15 Stick Candy. Ier Ih ................. 10 RHok Candy, per Ib ................. ' Wintergreen .Zl.ngelts, Iwr I....... 15: Poppermint I zengers, pet 1 ........ 15 School Stationery at half-price: Spencerian copy books, any number from I to 6, common school or shorter course, 2 for 15 cents. Knickerbocker draw mg tablets, 2 for 15c. Practice tablets, No. o, 2C. Practice tablets, Nos. x and 2, 4 cents. Letter size tablets, for ink, o80 sheets best quality paper, Ioc. Pencil tablets, ruled or unruled, z2o sheets paper, boc. Fabers pencils, 6 for 25c; Spencerian No. i pens, 2 dozen I5c; Gillott's .loj or 604 pens, dozen 5c; Wood slate pencils, 2 dozen ISc; Soapstone slate pen cils, dozen 5c. A. \V. Faher's new Polygrade pencils of Siberian black lead, for drawing, engineering and ollice use, 11B, 1111, 11111111, H1111i I l11 I, per dozen, 90c. Pencil liharpu.ers, per dozen, ioc; Conlpas'es, S(-: (;old Seal rubber bhands, '4 lb box, 4oc; Plain edge rulers, 15 inch, 5c. Eden P erfectos, imported Cigars, 2 for 25c. Won't tell you of them n uch more for there's very few of them left, and no more can be had at the price. The Fruit D)cpartment always sets the pace in price : oancy Apples, barrel .............3 75 S " box . ......... .... 1 1 " " (Washingtu) buox.. I 21 Fancy Crab Apples, box............ 1 ('ononrl (Grpe...................... Calnwba " .............. , Pearr, per bo ..................... l .o Fatncy rLonun.s, dn on ............. 2, UCrnberrles, 2 qlunrt '. ............ 'L Florida Orangr s, durn ............. :6', lDanoae , dozen ................... 1 Fresh Oystere, can............ ... 50 Spring Chickens, liens, D)ucks, Geese and Turkeys, alive or dressed to order. THEY WEHE QUITE NEAR, Two Populists an4 Three Republi. osns Running C os, for the Leglslatur, With Five Preolmots Missing the Two Popullet Oandidates Are Ahead. The county AtterOse sad the A*IeseIr li D. uab With the Deaner.l " 'a t dldates Leading. All the precincts In Lewis and (larke county have been heard from except Valley, Empire, Wolf (reek, I)earborn t' nyozn and Middle Pork of the Deal'r born. These precincts had a total reg istration of about 200. The Judges In the Valley precilnct miy they' loek--d up the returns In the ballot box and sealed the box. They say that a copy of the returns was given to someone. None of the newspapers and none of the county committees have received the copy. Unless the party having it shows up it will be Impossible to tell how the precinct went until the olffcial canvass is made by the county commissioners. As some of the legislative and other candidates are ru.ining pretty close, the absence of the 'nilly pret'inet, with a I registration of 88. will keep them in a s'tate-of uncertainty for some time yet. IThe returns rivcn below are for thirty four precincts of the thirty-nine in the I .n.nt v On the state ticket the returns yet to come cannot alter the result. R. B. Smith, the populist nominee for con gress, has 2,280 votes; Hal 1. Corbett, democrat, 1,012, and C. S. Hartman, re: publilcan, 1,967. This gives Smith a plurality over Hartman of 293. The re maining precincts have not votes enough to prevent Smith carrying the county, even if they all went one way. For associate justice of the supreme court, W. H. Hunt has 2,869, L. A. Luce, democrat, 743, and (. W. Reeves, the popullst candidate, 2,066. The remain ing precincts will probably swell Hunt's plurality a little. The missing precincts are keeping several republican and popullist candl dates for the legislature on the anxious bench. C. K. Brown and Michael Cor bett, populists, are elected on the re turns now in, being the seventh and eighth men respectively. W. B. Thomp son, John Herron and C. H. Anderson, republicans, are elose behind the lowest two populists, apd the missing precincts may elect one of them and defeat one of the populists. These are certainly elected: Joe Oker, populist, with 2,121 votes; A. J. Craven, republican, 2,130; John Shober, populist, 1,979; John Huesby, populist, 1.190: John iorrky. re publican, 1,927; Mart Mitchell, populist, 1,896. On the returns now in C. K. Brown has 1,858 and Michael Corbett 1,860, and are apparently elected. W. B. Thompson, however, has 1,836 votes, just 14 less than Corbett and 21 less than Brown. John Herron has 1,819 and C. H. Anderson 1,815. Thus it will be seen that In a vote of 200 yet to come, either or all of the three repub Ilcans named have a chance to pass Populists Corbett and Brown, though It Is scarcely probable that they will be able to reach Popultst Mitchell. On most of the county officers the figures now in settle the matter. It is no with the sheriff. For that office J. H. Jurgens has 2,275, C. D. Curtis 1,568, and Con Becker 1,513, thus as suring Jurgens' election. It is the came with John S. Tooker for county clerk and recorder. He has 1,950, F. E. Ad ams, populist, 1,505, C. 8. Mumly, dem ocrat, 1,291. E. S. French, republican, for county treasurer, has 1,909; A. F. Burns, populist, 1,738: and C. B. Gar rett, democrat, 1,575. French's plural ity may reach 200. For county audl torJames S. Featherly Is elected. He has 1,927 votes, to P. H. Campbell, populist, 1,808, and R. F. Wilkinson, democrat, 1,026. Miss Minnie Relfen rath is elected county superintendent of schools, with 2.254 votes. Miss Car rie Turnley runs second with 1,778. Mrs. Maud Davis Baker has 1,300. John WVorkman, populist, Pas 2.071 votes for public administrator, and is elect ed. W. F. Whitaker, republican, has 1,844, and W. W. Shipman. democrat. 1,294. Dr. W. M. Bullard, the republl can candidate, is elected coroner, with 1,909 votes. D)r. D. L. Carmichael, dem ocrat, has 1.473, and Dr. J. H. Ritchie, populist, 1,432. For surveyor, Paul lickel, republican, has 1.979. A. G. Lomn l'.lrd, populist, 1,91, Jam.s S. Keerl, democrat, 1,221. The -fti.(et Mtill In doulbt nr theLO coun ty attorney and aRMeelIo. For county attorney the returns in give It. It. Pur cell, democnerat, 1.740; 1'. E. ('rut hir, popollpt, 1,717; and H. A. lialliet, re phullean, 1.705. In Valley ipreclnct the vote is said to have betn about even. The other missing precinets are claimed to IR ~sllghtly populist. I They may o( ercome Purcell's lead and they may nut. .lake Fischer. democrat, huI 1.S25 vt)te' fotr asseMsor, and Is twenty-twi rhead iof Harry Tilton, the repl);;l.hl iin Itunlidiate, who has 1.803. H. C. 1ud! son, the populist, has 1,381, and is out of it. Fischer has heard from the \'alley precinrt on his own vote, and had a n tight plurality there. It looks us though Fischer had broken the monotlont and go tten elected. A Child IKJ ,v· The pleasant flavor, gentle action and soothlng effects of Hyrup of Flig, when in need of a Iaxati.,C. and if the father or mother Ie contlve or hilllo ts, the molt gRltifying results follow its tie,; so that It is ithe. tst family remedy knownl, aind1 ecry family should have a bottle on hood. The be.t dollar untiderwear in the city for I~ln le at the li.e lly'e. DIres piatterns at the lle Hlive cheaper t hanl a't've I iolnl jart fl" *srtne overlafld train leav's Ilelenia at 7 .10 a in. sially ror Malst Lake. I 'sliver. Port land, i N. t 'rnun t:sso. . (wabs, Ksanrta t'Ity, tNt. Iossls, Chic go ands all casterS, polite. t Ite'ani train arrlvsa It ICeIl':na a1 3 30 IL in dIot; through Pullman an1St esion. s~ leq.ptng earn; eletgan~t chair mni Jl,11 sin.: s, rs tsor frn her Inf'ormsalIti.n ntarsn, folders, ulPs, ."t,., ,t all oil o tdl E,11MS II. 0. Wtlasss, R. & I' , helena, Mont. Th'er Itse llke will "ontinun their hnr gnits :,til on blankets for this week only. ('all aind at. theit Italy 'artl ases at iatlual roat tIlts week at thlIe It@ hi ve. 1.5 serlng. Hlavinig over one thousand acre.' of thn' i.,+t positu, weiti ipaat sil hssrts. al >it s-1 ooalth Hsstslh knotw'ts n' thlb ('. " I usilIt s, si stI and one-hatf sills,. n, t lesat of ltst.'ss. Inqsstrs oft .I1" AIIi. I Cosj rt II usse sdtiare Kllllc. or IItswirsi i.tttI lts'1 cry stable, North Malin full set. ('asre Itrss.s. aI1,nus Il only tile tatlR ier airsi at Sue Its. Iltvt', ath) sari alsge. at clolng prices at the Ilex !live I.alle'. insesea' and chldretn cldoaks at the Bee lllvy. THMY MAW THI nlKIAKL A Number et Ciarlems Pepl MWeld up I: thIe lSset Ool Maace'. Very early yesterday morning whille the cr:lowds ,were mtlll "whooping It up." and rejohling In Helena's victory, & plarty of young men glot hold of (Court herlff' sntage rcoh, which wais onl a bacLk streeti, and rollehd it hit, Muain. Then fiftleen oir twenty young filliow (litnb.d iIt111 iu , andl othier dragged the vehilrl with its iad ofr yelling men up anIII down Malii ltreel. At the cnr nir of MaIII alleetl - at4 tllh h av.,enue, nlear thie Ani'lrcan National bank, a wh'a* can . iilYi, An.1 the otad cioach tippe d over. It was considerably daamaged,. and )one of I he young Ileln Was hurt asho)ut the foot. Eary last evenltig anim of the young men coneiveld of a brilliant plan to rnie i nr uph iuaney to pay for the danm age dione to thie li coach.i Tlo.y ieach "chipped in" a qluarter, ani tLheni rushed out to the atreet. Then the.v Il ared the first manl thiey saw, ;land walked him into, the lince "to me-i the Inake." I()n.i. n I llr' sttre, they had mi.) trouble it g ~ting their vi('tim to eon tribute two-bite to) the cause. This they did ,ver and over again until, In a lew miiutea, they had a bhK craowd of ctllrous peop,'.lle gathered arounllld. EvaPerybody wasaL anxtious to "see the snake " They were hustled into the rorln, aiiid when they founti out the. Joke, they gave up their moneany will InKgl). In aboul half an hour nearly $20 was raied, which waw sufficient to make all repairs to the coach. It was the must open and good na tured hld-up ever perpetrated ia Helena. W. B. HALL'S .L'CCEB.OIU. Toem suase ('oohesm Iuperlatadeoatof the Alice Company The Halt Lake Herald has the fol lowing: "The Allte (old and Sillver Mining company has a new superin tendent, the board of directors of the company having filled the position made vacant by the resignation of William E. Hall, which was the result of differences between that gentleman and the members of the board on the Montana capital question. Thomas W. Eluzzo, of the Last Chance Mining company, is the lucky man and on Wednesday or Thursday he will leave for Walkervillh, for the purpose of as suming charge of the Alice company's affairs, accompanied by M. H. Walker, W. L. Pickard, Iloyd Park and L. F. Walker. These members of the di rectory will formally install the new superintendent and make a thorough Inspection of the company's proper ties. "In the selection of Mr. Buzzo th9 board if directors showed excellent judgment, for the gentleman is a min ing expert, and will be able to take charge of the business of the Alice com pany, which is one of the largest in the vicinity of Butte. The selection was not made, however, without a strug gle and several adjournments." oUT OF A JOB, BUT CHIEBFUL Watt, eto Celora*d, set Vast Dews by Utter Defeat. Denver, Nov. 8.--Gov. Walte has written the following letter to H. G. Clark, chairman of the populist state central committee: "I am informed that you feel badly over the result. Of course a great deal of fault is found. Now, evyerybody knew that 'The old crow would eat up the grindstone.' It would be singular, indeed, if there had been no fault in management, but I am persuaded that nothing that was done, or left undone, by the state cen tral committee, or by any of the can didates, could have changed the re sult. We may as well accept our de feat philosophically. We have lost this fight, hut our cause is just, and therefore Immortal. "In especial manner,I wish to impress upon you my entire confidence In your integrity. The stars and their courses have fought against us, but "Freedom's battle, bequeathed from sire to son, "Though often lost, is ever won." ;:e en't like the Arrl'eanleeat. R. H. Klelndschmidt has commenced suit in the district court against the Helena Electric and Rapid Transit companies and their stockholders. Mr. Klelndschmidt seeks to have the agree ment of consolidation between these companies that was recently entered into annulled by the court and set aside no the property of the two companies may revert to the original owners. He alleges that the action of the two com panies in consolidating was Illegal. Hie says that it aided one of the company's stockholders at the expentse of the other company's. In other words, the ceom plaint alleges that the consolidation was an unequal and unfair p)IceediLIgs by which he is deprived of dividend paying stock. fitak! lng lillltis. Itansing, Mich., Nov. 8.-The su|preme court to-dny hnnded down the most im piort'iant de.iinoll eaffecting the present method of voting that has ever bee'nt mates On the question of what constitutes a dis tinguishini mark oni a ballot, which manrk is lpohlibited y law, the court unelanimolus ly held that whatever mark other than the sit gl'' one npplopriate to designat e the ite ntntlln of the voter, is a distinguishing nmlrk. The case was brolught in contest if the' rights to office of two local canidl dri;.s at Ilay City, who were ostenalely I lcted at the spring election a year and a half ago. Ily the decision, both are oust ed from office. The result of this decision will be far-reaching. Rultmaam mmrvyte WLashlmngton. Wamitigton, Nov. A.-I ithop Nieolnl, it A'.uidid. wait a 'I(1tor at tht NtIt.e anId not y lepaitmrntl to-day with P.,a..r 1 Qr~lnrnzrm",· the Itatr ian mlttint,"r. ,-hi pa.tr", .. Il.an to the x." ' e . · Mild St-cet'i'iiv of the ntavy. +I .,IIII NI. o Jli will roIndm.'t iemorlal er': ret n , (aar el the Iluatilan Iej' Iin to t'o., 'w mortting. IPimslieti tI.'vei it I, t it~l 'It of the' thainet. wItIt their wlv '..it Ior eign iamhaanmtl't and tnlntit"tis ii !lI rm.galin will nitetl. Th. - MEr.I1 "" ti .' In in natite ' timpel:,mi toniaeTt. ,tt It th .ha sence of at 11oTr will be with~ it tail: tI. Nit a led lisae. rato I~t, rIt;Ie. the 1' ,h t,-lwa hab," In her at'ntr1. II 11) 1111)1~. r'h u Ikr I the voIIshlmmaI uii. l No I.I hin'slt.t:111( 1,tnul Ir lRmnl* cried "Why, I~nllll child' In~ only t pa t.'l.I' lflgu c" .' rx, n ln savlii the" laiep ied. 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Especially in teresting is the large shipment of Spareribs, Tenderloins, etc., that arrived yesterday. The hog we sell was not "knocked over with a broom stick" but is inspected by government agents and is .. GUARANTEED .. to be strictly fresh and good. Send in orders early. MIDWAY CASH MARKET, C. H AUTHIER & CO. Next to Postoff ice Telephone 116 IND DELI C/ TE RAGRANCE W O N D ONSU ING Full line horve and other favoritt brands. Largent, tandaomeat (',.ar 'as t, tow , Parchen.D'Acheul Drug Co. IT lS VERY NECE'SS1AI1Y 1'u lOD&I for withti' twf r, it col h ,. '1h lewt w.. a to g't road) right 1 'w Ihow abo.ut ADAMS THE PLUMBER~ THY DR. WIRTH'S OI)' TIN NE t.or O(C·rSI" '.lr\~r'" o "' Ihrth Ili ttal I Iaw*. Ot* lla I &rut \nitl'lnl I'ntt IIHARNE3SS SHP01' It 1. ý I 1~ 11 11~1 1 1· 111 1 1 CLARENCE 3. :o1LNSON" Architect and Superintendent oI 9W5 YU1L4a Q)i TXES. - AIXES. To i(V'tluc Our Stot(k We Offer IGl, IIlY'- AI, l H''l;il;T I'O)l IýIllll) PERFECT DOUBLE-BIT AXES 95c EACH, I'.,ils ('ty I)oul,!e-lht A\\( it 7; 1 I. l. W oV Jd ChJppers' NI1uls, d. , ., l it ., , .t l P, 'rit s. A. M. HOLTER HARDWARE CO. Her Glorious Victory in Good btyle. - - --" WE ARE ALL RIGHT ... Watch the pruoessiou and not we the feot of those in the rank., you will ve HUNDRItElS of our FINL IlOE1 . They aro best aitpocal t,, ervilo and the must elegant to sty h', cod at tiu same time, porfect.y rcof rtable. leuce, thoue who walk prefer them. Our guole thu Bolt anti prices tbe Lowest. CLARKE FALL MONTANA SHOE CO... MLRE6FRN 1ONTANA SHOE CO. PRIVATE SCHOOL Ot Shorthand and Typewriting. Thile reool is In seeslon five days or eec, week durig tihe entire year. .vereing .e.ans. Now is tl.e time to eater rrh~oaL For furtter yarticular. rail on or address \Iary V. Jackltan, princilal. I'ailey llock". eliena. IING'S OPERA IlOUSEi J. L. MINO, MANAGER. I'T THE Here ONE In TWO GREAT NIGHTS SUCCESS Starting OF TIs ld FR/DAY CENTURY NOF .9 INI Nov.9 THE DRAMATIC WORLD A Stable of Kentucky Thorough. bres. That Uniqlue Pickaininny Brass Bana. Ale of toats and ioes trains 'Throrlay. Nov. $, at Iockw., I i s I ru ll tl'or. I nu'e prkl Nov. a, at I oexwo 1 6 t rus mre. I us pr esv ALl MONTANA FAPERS Arr aRAD By Tw Montana Press Clipping Bureau CIIUA& I. OGiENI1KLD, M/ANAGlI IFOR WHOM? r"htO. bd buyers. profe.es.nal Nms whoi want to got new.. )eewhaLt i usa: of thou. or ang', p bhse Opiflnho 'tl4s l house, that ntwant earleet news o senstrnott. SI Ius vms t ones that wast addLrwee sd mIebable out arotse SAMUEL K. DAVIS. $-4I1*:(IAI4. I? y.TU$TNT wrwI TO.I Jflll Iuron M~noun l in ofd; oiionu s otrsi (:,r out 'week; aIlp'ocL ( 'AVIuAl j 'Il' ceiilrale dnlly. INe% purotiami La tLt. mar ket. ,,aid llnLtt--L.UI() and 11d slara" WANTI'1ý. ('ounbinntton, It aiapm~u at. 'uLth ru Proof ni a low fl, ur% 26 and 27 Bailey Block. As To Game. W ^ , re hentI I i v.1 1 r I ll 1'" .1 f'a-i lx the utnkot in t li liiie Il 1 it, Al I'i:ih xx Iii i ll' ti, I o· iii ,lWtv 1,V. t' QUfl it t xot pi,~ o. 1(CHICAGO FISH Co. :.a Hna Iiru.., Irr. pra.tor.. Ul1 Hroadway, 11010.'u, Mhoar The Old International. MAIN .TIIRPET. HELENI.N. The oid end popnlar International H.otel 4 open for bunineea, both on the Ameriano sl lurop.an plia under thº maagnernesl of Ma cue Lisner. Rates Ifroe $1. . 1la,s IIs 1 Muelie Meale 25 ('1en1. Dninlr room under thl manuaement of C.,rl Markel. ITh relebrat.d Liueor' Mineral Water uwed in ill department Elegant Mineral Baths in Connection THE Jackson Music House. THE GREAT SALE OF SHEET MUSIC Will continue for ono week loPgeer at 40 Per Cent, Discount VOCAL. "I Don't Want to Ply In Your Yard," 21 eente "lou Can't I lay to Uur hard Any More." ~I cnt .. 'it, Wie trAtt Itory Fsoa 'loI,'" 2i rcnts. This i e d'tdedlI our of thlb Iret lt~t non.o In toke mlar~eoL al Lng fom .' 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