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Originators of Low Prices.
Eventful Sale of 6 Cloaks... Momentous sale of Cloaks to mark this auspicious event. Entirely new creations. Ele gant, exquisitely stylish and exclusive Golf Capes, Kersey Military Capes, London and Moscow Chinchilla Reefers. Prince Albert Coats in Cable Diagonal Cheviots. Chil dren's and Misses' Cloaks in all the newest styles. Cloak prices at low water mark. Everybody's week for Cloak Bargains. Take Elevator to Cloak Floo r. BLANKETS. OurWear-Reslsting, Sanitary and Hygienic Blanket Stock commands the same "rushing" demand. The Low Prices will at all times tell in goods of this description especially as every housekeeper knows the value of Blankets, and that to why Bands Bros. control the Blanket tCa4e of t. enu. LACE CURTAINS. The "Mighty Carnival" in Cyr tains will in itself make this week's selling quite eventful at Bands Bros.' It will be a genuine Bargain Sale of English, cc tch and Irish Art Lace Goods In Curtains. "Irish" Point" predominates; Nottingham. Marie Antoinette, Renaissance. Louis XIV.. etc. Our Mall Order Department Dispatches All Orders With Utmost Promptitude. GAME JACK BATCHILD.UE S.eria of the Vremres poelt mend Ie" Owaer--EI Prestige Wastes. There is one veteran turfman now gradually working his way with one or two breadwinners toward the New Or leans meeting, whose life has been one continual succession of ups and downs. He is Jack Batchelder, over TO years old, and still one of the greatest lovers of horseflesh the country possesses. Last winter he raced some animals at Roby, but he became tired of wearing two overcoats and an old-fashioned shawl scarf watching the animals race and left for the south. Many stories about this veteran can be told; how he once dropped into a small store In Chi cago. before the fire, saw a faro-box. proposed a game and in an hour owned the store, building and lot. In the "Bonanza" days he had been known to deal faro when the stakes before him amounted to $20,000. But now the man who has raced from Montreal to Mexi co and Maine to 'Frisco, sees his prest ige on the wane. He is Jostled by touts, who care little for him and his history. The old man is entering the stretch of life's track. Here is a late story told of the unique veteran: He was manipulating the paste boards one evening at Cheyenne when a bold, bad man, fired with villainous whisky and armed from head to heel, burst into the room and threw down a bag of gold dust. "Gimme a stack of chips. quick," he yelled, "and tell me what your limit Il or I'll bore a hole in you!" Jack never looked up, but kept on quietly pulling the cards out of the box. as if no such personage had entered the room. The tough was getting more and more infuriated, and finally he pulled an ugly looking gun and, shov ing it under the dealer's nose, repeated his question, accompanied by at string of oaths. Batcholder looked up quietly and gazed steadily into th,' fa''. of thI' bully, while he rnmark.,d calmly: "The, limit in this gan' bI from the green grass to the blue sky, sir, iand when your mloney is gone, jump on the table and I'll turn for you!" The feat Pl'1atr. Dnmlpen a pleoe of flnnel with Cham berlaln'r pain balm and bind It over the seat of pain. It In better than any plaster. When the lunns are sore. such an applicatlon on the chest. and an other on the back. between the shouller blades, will often prel'sent pne umonln. There In nothing so good for ;a lame back or a pain in the allde. A sore throat c'an nearly alwayts be c.tluredl In one night by applying a flannel bandllnge dampenet l with Pain Balm. 60 cent bottles for sale by all drugglsts. IIvnalwIne llRplonded. Hllntington, Ind., Nov. 9.-Fifty pounds of dynllamtle e",llod'I ell it ,von a. In, to day on the Hallwood & Keilfr newer con tract. John tcHartlman and Mairtin Kle(lfor were killed ::ret Jhtn iFlynn iatally in jut red. R hl,,n c'e, wenr, hadly wre*' k l The( damage unoutntcl to ncinn thonlllll,. 'Ilevn tren werlu datc inglle dytiatmtI' w hn it explodeld. Ilt.r, l it n ielR tta Ft'om a letter written by ev, J. (dmn .rrmcan, of Ihmll~ndale,, Mlch , we are c'cr- Ilntte.l to make thin extra1t: "I have no heesit thicc inre coro nnnoicn. Dr liw's N.w |lis,'ovrv. ic, th,' ..c'its wpe cl ino nmtrvelous Iln the ct.e of my wife'. hlhe I was pastor oI* rhie Ilpltl.t chur h t lie',' Junitllc hlu e unL . bcluuc ht down Ith p't'ntnlmoatit sret Itnrg in gII5pp1 rl t Iarcn. 'dlll I . ' I I' ter. i it. ' lIti ltl, lnl t ',rl I a .l It lch c ,,ail n.l it lcit VlV'e herc. A frhtnci rt''ommnccneli'd' I lr. Kinn' / 'ew Ilisccvel y; It was quitck In its work nd highly satlsfwctory In roesutlt" Trial tinttlc free at I'arc'he'nl-lh' Arheul DLrug u. Its g'tlar alse 4k`' iand $1, Tthe" best dollar cunderwealr in the city ladles at the Bee Hive. Silk Waists. LADIES---An eventful Waist sale this week, will bring comfort to many a home. Our Silk Walsts are every one of them new, both in styles and coloring. All have full fronts and shirred yokes, with neat fancy collars and belts, extra large sleeves, plain colorings and all the new changeable effects, and also the newest shades in cardinal, navy blue, pink, cerise, etc., etc. Event ful sale prices make It very interest. Ing. Take elevator to waist floor. WOULDN'T FOLLOW D kAMS. new two opeets MNssed big Wilaaigs the sems D.ay. Chicago, Nov. 9.-Dreams, especially when they relate to horseraces, have little attraction for Hardy Durham, the well-known horse-trainer. Had he pos messed a particle of superstition he could have made considerable money at Oakley by playing the animal that won the race in his dream. And Dur ham was busy for an hour carrying away his winnings in a sachel-in his dream. That day Durham entered the ring and saw 6 to 1 against the horse of his dream-Pittsburg, of the Westches ter stable, which also contains Vernon. But instead of taking the dream as a tip to play Plttsburg. Durham persis tently overlooked that animal and sought out George Beck at even money on which to place a bet of $100. Pitts burg won. Strangely enough another man had a drepm the same night, and about an othbr animal In the Westchester stable, Vernon. "Doe" Davls, a physIcian, thought that Vernon won. When he saw 25 and 30 to I on the slates in the ring on Vernon, Mr. Davis related his dream to friends and they tried to get him to play the choice on superstition. Going to the rail to see the horse warm up the dreamer waved off his friends with the remark: "I don't like the way he looks and won't bet a single dollar on him, dream or no dream." The big fellow was chagrined to see Vernon win in a gallop. He had bet $30 on Conjec ture at 4 to 5. On Vernon this wager would have resulted in a winning of $900. lear 11g I smeraes. Havlng the needed merit to more than make good all the advertising claims for them, the following four remedies have reached a phenomenal sale. Dr. King's New T)iacovery for I'onlumnption. (.t.ghHt uand ('Ilde, en'h hottle gunranticd. ,Ele. tric Hitters, th.' great remedy for Liver. Stomach and Kih1,n. .. llkhl n's Ar lcni Salve the In·e III the world. and ir. King's New Life ]'Ills, which are a per feet pill. All these remedierl are grunran teed to do just what Is cilninel for them and the dealer whoae name is altached herwith will be glsd to tell you mior of them. Sold at I'ar'hen-I)'Acheul IDrug Co. Le* e sat oaf the Cma.,. Cleveland, Nov 9--The national hank at lhberlin was robbel Ilust nlght, the safe bhung blown open with *d) natnlie. A large sunl of money wns stolen The robbhlers got aboutt $U4 In sliver. They ctle two rigs to make their esHpe. 'rhe vaults were found open, butt the safe Itht contained $I ,01 was not touched. eals.kesa Arpaia a'l*.. The best salve In the world for Cuts, IPruises, Sores. IUlcers. Salt Rhetim, Fe vet Sfores, Tetter. C'hHappe, Hands. C('hilt. blabln, ('orns and all sIkin Eruptlons, nls posiltively cutres ples, or Ino pay requirel. It is guaranteed tu give perfect nit afac tion or money reftlltlel. l'rice 1.5 -tnlts per hox. 'For isle by the I'archeln I Acheul )ruig company. lltsnene the lnt ai l'hevelaud. Nov. 11 -In the lnlitl Rtus , 1 Iltrl t l'r t to-t ,p It lury I" the 'au , of Oh,, I' Sit,'l 1t:ates uag lin t W . S .1."1,l r, gcp*'rrl Initinger of Ithl l'eft1u. (uruPrert tire iInsurna, -o.itpanyilV, itlughi In a VI, Ile I"f guilty of usingI the n.hll.. (or II..udulent purposes. When Baby was sick. we gave her ahstorha. Whe.n sh- was a Child, she erled for ( 'oatorka When she became Mi, she citin to t'Iastiai. Wh. sh ba ChiAaMkr, she pgavethes Ostola. Two Mom entous Evnts SHOWEE ,V- THIS WEEK( :N.i1OW WINDOWB o "o WINDOWS LADIES-Tbe irrevoooable flat of the citizens of Montana will have gone forth, ere thin week ends, loc ating our beautiful city of Helena the seat of legislature the permanent capital of the Treas ure Statell And the public announcement of Sands Bros. PEUCIAL BILK SALE is the other event of greatest moment to all the ctti sens who are endowed with practical economic bustlne. prinfl:plos MOMIENTOUS SILK SALE. DRESS PATTERNS. Twelve yards firocaded Bilk Crepe. Usual price $11.60. Reduced to $890. Three Patterns Black Silk Crepe. Everybody's price $7.75. Now only $3.69. One dress pattern IBrocaded Taf feta. Worth $10. Only $5.87. One dress pattern Fallle, always sold for $15. Special sale price this week $8.9&. One dress pattern Brocaded Rilk fancy colorings. Value $14.66. 1pe clal sale price $7.60. .t,le dress pattern Fancy Bengal ine. Eastern price $21.50. Capital woek, goes for $9.90. Two dress patterns, green and heliotrupe Or, n Grain. Standard value $23. Eventful week $11. Two dress patterns Excelsior French Medal DO designs IL.tu lar price $29.50. Momentous sale price only $14.25. Dress patterns White Moire, ex qulsite finish. Market value $31.75. Will sell Capital week for even $15. Eventful Silk Sale. Ladles, we desire to arrest atten tion right here. Eventful prices in Black Surahs. Our elegant 65c quality reduced to 37%c. ( Our superior quality from 95e to rOc. Our special price in the $1.10 number, only 6Sc. Our capital week price for the $1.35 quality, only 98c, and our Moment ous Silk Sale Special price for the $1.55 number is only $1.05 a yard. Eventful Sale Price In Satan Rha dames--Our fine finish $1.10 a yard we sell this momentous week for 78c, and our Extra Quality Satin Du chesse from $1.55 to $II. You can also purchase Capital week, our Elegant Number "A-l" Duchesse, always selling every where for $2.45, this momentous week we ask only $1.65 a yard. This being an eventful period, his t r,c.i, eventful and momentous in its -.eults to our commonwealth, we desire most heartily to commem orate our triumph, and we cannot conceive a more appropriate way of "Shooting off our rockets" than by making this demonstration of gift offering to the ladies who have so kindly and generously patronised us during tole thirty y-ars of prepara tory trainlng for the glorious event which we all Joyfully celebrate this week. first JationaI Bank ` HELENA. MONTANi. Paid Up Capital........... `600,000 Surplus and Profits...... $5000000 Designated Depository of the United States. intiast allowed as time depaistt Ossaui blaking business tuneasod. Way Idsusit hoxes far sa. L. T. HA0USE..................... Presldrat J t'. E.V .M .. U NVi-Pmideat k. W. KNIGHT...... ....Uses Vie.Psld.t T. H YL nIit;MYIDr..... .Wuo sl OIW. HI. ILL.. ...............4il( nI Onkr DIecators. [. T. Rages. H. 3. HaiLe I..W. Hoch. J s A. rslbh .. A. J. Uibai LW. Knt hi area t'. tlllstta H. I. Ham toa J. t.Lnrtla. Conrad Yohbr Henry Klein. AsnIeat. Haksh. First National Bank. Mkimta. )first Naltsnl Husk anti. -- ITh. - Merchants National ANEt Or HItMMA. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Paid in Capital • $350,000 Surplus and Undivided Profits 170,000 L W. HRI6RRFIVLD.............. . ent A. J.. DVIIBON ...........Vie eat AARHON IIit.lbHlILD............Cashier T. P. BOWA .................Aset. t.linoe Interest allowed on delpo*its nade rora apert. Ged tIm+. Trrnn.ter of mrneAy male Iy tI.lnrapb. I sc heale lid on the prlurltpl cktlee O the UnDI:d Sattae nsd ?:urote Iloss for rent at * -'. . .e*I Io v oetlr e rad bornlar ,rX.- ' * 't A oritana ational BANIK U HELrENA. MONT. CAPITAL PAID IN 6500,000. T-lOi. A. MARL) . ..............Prn*ldast liOH1'. I. oN('l..LR ...... ..Vie. Pr.lden.t AL .1NT L. 'MIH..... ...... Cashier I. iI W lurtI. ...................... sst. Ceashie Dl..ete.rk flae A. Marlow, . P.F. oGaioles. Jh't'. Murphy. Peter I arson, JI i. MeICull, Henry I.ratnobe. .rid A. t'er. IL tC. aeeora. fermea s (,aa A H. Wud.r. i,~es Ie aleer. ('. . Iresmara. It 8). .Frd. G e neral M, t am in e *, " ". . -.Till' - f meriCan J'ation al IIANLL O r HLLNA. CAPITAL $'OO,O3.). T. r", III .POWRrwIdnt A.J IWLI1,MAN ....... Vlcw·PlasCl ltt A. C. JOIINhON ..........·. . · s ....a.... 1LLer IUlr~slnr., T. t'. )',moor A J. ii sUanran. A. C Johbs.u. Iiehsvd Looks, J~mw tnlllrqn. Inlenira Is wed nn tlhu deomita. TxebBng. Issued . l ,rlnapel sill.. uof tit, Uittdt ntmt.. ('nue sad I surope ITmnal., of mrnoue mas. by telsigaph. (ulaUtns prompt, t " ib 1is.c. omats mail stat sesuriUw s MOtIENTOUS SILKSALE. speciaI Silk Sale--This Week Only. .ultirl, IIcI, of lilur k Ialle Ite duclrrl price. 81.10r. Nr~w onily M':, Fi. f1lI n r'-laz..d i'. $1.40. Nuw Iani' I~l hr k~ 'nly $2 OS ai yard. sold formerly at $1.91,. t; p~ccla male An ''1. uIIJmbl)r In 1Il:.rk Fauulle,. ,.Izgluu rly I -uittlrul fabric woul be chi a1. ..t i3.46. )'.. otful sulu pri"r" $1 .u ()l'(A',lI IN 1:XTltA( 1111)1NA I!Y MarkcH .ur 'i'.op-Notch lilackI Falllu fr.zur 32 'o to only St.h6. SPECIAL SILK SALE. (Iron~ CGrln. good quaity andri dye. Hup.avl'r filn sh $2.15, only $1.471,5. Oralua, e%,. viy..dy, pire $,;76. kljae cl -a' lrI alI' * ic e .. il BE :A I,1 N E$ Iutl C palale prIc'e --A full IlIu' l.t':.,nt gla.1. ('heapj In ordlina:y times at $1.55. This Lvrua i, i 4' IJILtl wee-k redluced to 'J7'Ac. a yuird. I'XTltAliEN(A1N''EW-9ultatle for rIl,-"vtM ti JuckI-IM, , .., with Mitre far himlrlar .otinahnttlittp. Ip-. duced from $1.35 to 90c., fIroml $1.45 to $1, from $1.59 to $1.10, from $2.25 to $1. 50. A M.,mentous and Eventful silk Bale. FINE Dress Goods French, German, English, Scotch, Irish weavers and producers of dress fabrics, all are represented here this week, and tnload we nmust and will before the new tariff free wool law goes Into effect. The styles, every one of them, are per fectly correct, and the prices are so low as to thake it worthy the oc casion, for it really Is a Momentous and Eventful special sale! ! Underwear. Sands Bros. are sole agents for Ypsilanti Underwear. T HE THOMA3 GRUSE lAYi BANK OF HILUIIL Intorpohtee under the Laws of Montana. PAID IN CAPITAL, $100,000. ?U0M~ CROUSE. .............Ir. eFlidkm: G ADI VNE. ... Vioº1reside a J. I .....Aat. Tres. Bad Slaaffi~rA 1/ . ............... ............... aleare Trnsiese: Ur Cror. Frank H. Crov. a J.Cooke. IY. J. bwsenl. John Fagan. AliIwap mset Intewreten Sa kngaDeIposll5 compound" January sad July. 1raa3aj.aea l=b ~ ak boaLfs Draw. arneban "all y ogopdalpra cGilua of the ln (tJ lllatand and kmps Deal. n all onty ad olty bondr, and makesr kars on uk State mertgagea Office ews from 10.m I to 4. m A I" atnrdy Wi Monday eytnlnga from 1 t e'cloak. No. 4406. Then elersaJtiI ANK. OF 1Fl.EN4A. MONT. CAPITAL $500,000. ORGANIZED SEPT. 1, 18903. Transacts a General Banking 13uei. F, 1. FD iF.RTON .................. rrldent C. K. l'oL.................. Y ioe"lrVa'i out. hKIJ. F. CtuK................... ahor JN1I V LUKR...... AItflst 1 ashler (-olloetloaa a epftldty Iutrs'at paId 0:3 limo Jdeioolt& Acenuut of 'ans., Corpora 110u* Lirms andl hudlrldoale *olicltol Ea.Aqra .," A rop..niIonts. Moro-ntiii Na.djonal I'n ... N' v tu:lt~n.r gal N'ltIt.3&u 1 ..... . 1'hica : Mrrrsant Naumual hIank........... bt. I W:tl t. IA al Natoal A auk . ....... . ......... The Original & Genuine (.OUU14» I T4'n:l r.Hilf.1 SAUCE tmlbrt the most d clor.. ltame and irt t ) RIoll & ('old at'nte GRAVIES, SALADUV U I /IIi and I -4 R~arebit.. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.' Take None but ra & Pb rrns. $Innltr f 01 ('ntr h.,twdtt .f ýrlI;nl A I;. 'i It,, JbuLs Dtznocu'e Mq.n, Nev a..rk. THIS PAPER hAir' A sad .rI. InAf Aeeoe5 ('el. " ,sU~dt ter edowythlats tttr le Originators of Low Prices. FURS. LAI)llES-P'lease don't miss our Momentous Fur Sale this week. We are progressive Furriers, that's why we sell all our FIurs in season and have no old Furs. We are practical FIurriers, which explains the general satisfaction our Furs give. We are relia ble, because of our Fur knowledge, and this means Fur honesty. Our Furs are fashionable because we always lead, and keeping in stock only new Furs we never need to follow. For price, quality, fit, style, finish and dependable wear you all know, everybody knows, that Sands Bros. is -2 .. the reliable Fur Store. 4 r CARPETS AND RUGS. This week our Carpet exhibit willl be on a royal .ale of magnllifeence. Prices will ,pe most tempting, and the variety without precedent In any city of the Northwest. Rugs and Linoleum figure prominently in this Momentous Sale. LINENS. T.tble Damask is a spe-lilty with us thl, season. ,We hnndle only re liable Linen Damasks, with a corre spondingly fine line of napkins, and profit does not enter Into our scheme of supplying every one with those household necessaries. Towels in damask, AJure finish, knotted fringe and Huck towels ae on tl'is week's bargain counttr. Notice to Gold Mineis'a gILVER-PLATED Amalgamated PlateG For Saving Gold In Qnartz, Gravel, or Places Mines. Made of Best Bon Lake Bupeila Copper. At Reduced Prices Our plntes :ire Guaranteed, and by actual experincco are proved. the ~est in wmigat of uilvor and durability. Old miiinfj platos ro. plated. bought c. gold reparwed. Thousaud.L of ordrn Wliod. San Franeiceo N ielty.flo'1. Sil ver and Niclel 1'latini Works, so, @o and W $lire 1.S.. sea Venehee.. C.L BEND F'1- CIRCULARS Justinian Caire, Agent, 531 mad $33 Markel 5t., Si. Vv··aLa.a DEtALSI IN. assayers' and MiainQ MIateria), VANU LVACTUI oUN Battery Screens and Wire Clotg £ant tow HOSKTNS' HYDRO-CAR. aON AESSAY FURNACL;L ~~UI~U5VF1~ bp ntelj..aI Corpulency by'l~ Gad ý iýI~tllllr tfrattsen l.rr. .rls l,*a.".. ri'sdu.I tormanebfl,. We *,,Mtnf'i. B fU. or rItuDd yo, aua.v. N. s aI t wL CO.. U sele M a Flannelette Waists. yoske hack, n viry p'is:;t; K:gartheuL I'l ltel .. j 111, ' . It. Plrl n N,. . t lii is i; Flannleti' WVaisit. 1-h1t- I )tike 1,a, k. This wi"t-,"k irly 51.25. lin- French Fiannoel W.ait. ''ir sr d edgs, ih. in lbra . IIpI1..I ysks Ibstck CispiitaI treik slpciail sale. I)ellgi:ful Fine T'rcot Waist. pilaiteid Isack atnil fronlt, winel, blue i and blaiicsk colosrinsgs. E":entful sale. Extra Fin. Prsepped Flannel Wnist. cs srder d edge., oislit atind pslai tsd back. Speci s:al als.. lI' Ice osny $3. French C'alhmsrss Waist. In blue. plalteds hack.('acade frsmnt; In an elegantly srnmart Karmennt. I'rlce for capital week only $2. Parisian (Caishmere Waists. rape collar, neat and extra stylish waist. Momentous sale. IPrie only $3. DIAMOND ROC1I DRILLS FOR- - Prospectino Mineral Veins and Deposits, Boring vertically, horizontally or at any angle to any desired depth, takin out a cylindrical section or oare the entire di,. tance, showin:g exact character and giving a perfct t section of thi strata penctrated. Ali for bor ing artesian wacls. Machinsc for channelinl;, gadding and o(her k::.ls of qu: r rv \eork, shtll 14n1 ain , ta:nl a n.;s , :f :un : , rait. road and all classes of rock bormi. The American liamiond Rock Blorig Conmpany. Bt ANU'FACTURED.3 IS (br.teim4nt 84%@ * . ew Term. MINING AMU BLASTING POWDERS. Electric Blasting Apparatus Manufactured and for sale by Laflin & Rand Powder Co. 29 MURRAY ST. NEW YORIL