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Or.....atorsf Low Prs. Our Great Surplus Clearing Sale.
OMMENCES Monday and wll be continued for Six Days Only. We must clear out and rid ourselves of the Surplus Stocks which have accumulated in all of the following departments. Experience has taught us that there is only one really effective method of reducing stocks, namely--CUT PRICES. That's the never-falling broom that always sweeps clean and clears off all surplus merchandise. This movement of stecks is imperatively necessary in view of the Mountains of Holiday Goods that are being unloaded at our receiving doork daily. It is urgently needed, therefore, that the stocks below enumerated should be disposed of in the time specified-"Six Days." The succeeding weeki will be devoted to the display of the grandest, richest, most varied, and by far the most unique collection of holiday Gifts ever exhibited under one roof in any store west of the Mis sissipi. Look at our Christmas Bulletin of prices, and reserve all your purchases. FURS. LadlesCloths Ribbon Sale. CLOAKS. 10 plee all wool Ladies' Cl7th, No. eolored stlin Ribboeas, Wpr black sad all scolr, styllshb mat- aft edp, eta, in piok, blue, light Our For Noetlon commands the distlstltle of belmg th best petrelised i, omly blue, navy, oerdinal, garnet, brown, IADIES--Si Days Clewing Bale of Cloaks meas a mountain of aslling sad therefore the most popelar For Departeat In the Northwest. The 40C, roen, myrtle, whit, at SandA Bros. This Mid-Season Bale of Psibloeablo Jaoket at the prise value to be bed in our Fur seotin this week will eaotrlbute largely to the we ofer this week markl quite a seneatlonal period in the Cloak trade. We malateasee at its gat prestige among the Ladies ele, and the le. 9 pelees Ladies' Cloth, estra An. sc A YARD. want the speas for Holiday Goods and hoos the outgoing of Chinohilla r d sales w this k's pr mt ind will er develo our s our relar 1 ality. this No. In all the above sades, only Refers, Prioe Albert Kresy ots, and the latest style in Golf Cap with Fur trade sad abhe esaine the sksepti.al .a ou aemkaewledd 5 perl. s- A YARD Tartan plaid ninlag to hood and other novel Rfeots. All will go at those erity s Furriers. This week's Fr retallir will be memorable boeause of 75 YARD. bttered down prices. Mlsses' Oloaks will be a himportant item in the isx the vaity, quality, sttle sad more important sill, the prIesm as Sands No_ 7 in all the above shade, only Days Bale The prioes must influence a rapid elerlng of those very mroa. wan to hase a Fur hurrah. sc A YARD. suitable Misse' Garments. Take levator to Fur Floor. B roadcloths No.O colored sin Ribbons, pr- Take Elevator to Cloak Floor. , .ftodge, eta, Ietn, io nger, cruam, white, myrtle, grss, crseson, tans, - - - - Comfortables Elderdowns. Br" oloth, ack e .osdal , navy, .. a.HOSIERY. SHEETINGS _this weak only U17- - ev olor proof Comfortbl only Heavy any ider Downs, suitable p dot, all oc A YARD. Scolor proo C blfor ath Rebes and dhlldren's Cloaks, shades, also bls, gulr price Ladies' Fine Rark ose, all wool. Fne Wer-rsistn - heetn, full Fe lkae comfortales only p. ree m a L per Yard, to 1. e sold this week at 1.. d No. 12 in all the above shad, this week, five pairs for bleach, per yard. only Rich sateen ilder Down Quilts only eloth, blacks andall olors, edu o _.,_ _ 97_ _ Yard. $oo, bla d as, ,,anod YARD. $ OO from I.75, mst go this week for . 2 C L V$1.9 No. 16 In all the above ahades, LA CES. Our pon0 grade of bladb only 122.. only Ss tn ve. ster Hook Kid Our 0 rade o bThe cheapest lot of Rbbos evr en's S cks. Bed Spreads this week only nc. Every pair war- Cheap Lace In all colors and very af.nd ranted. latest productions. SILKS. Hevy Winter loks in luat oolors, 100 o a s l e Spreads t FLANNELS. CORSETS New l ' just rrived, New k LINENS 5c 75 c.r S for Waists; New Silts for Evening c 75G Dresses; New Shades in Crepe de Fifty.four lnch Turkey Red Damask, Scarlet Shaker Shirting Flannels, Thompeon's, Warner's and . . on chin Remnants ad odd lets of ilks per yard, only Sos ya.d. , r'nd ". . on cheaop. Plain, striped and checked, 5 Inche sale this week at special prices. 20C wide, warranted an wool, reduced to - " '-. Yard. TO W ELS. n Originators of Low Prices. BLANKET . eram, this weak, per yard, Underwear. Turkish Tow."" . t""" 4 oc Full sla. good quality, per pair, only 25C4 A ful .line of Ladies' and Mises' U P SSEMENTERIES. derwear in all the improved flnishings, 75 Fine Damask Towels, only etc. Children's Vests and Pants this Extra ess a quality wek only t -, In Jet Goods of every conceivable style Jac Each. $.00oo. 5 of trimming, prices this week very low. Orders by flail wilH receive prompt attention. Sole agents for Ypsilanti Underwear. COAN'T AFFORD THEM. Therefoe Canada May Arrange With the United tae Conermling the Canals. Duluth, Nov. 5.-- A movement is well under way looking to the opening of the great waterways of Canada to the vessels of the United States. The Dominion of Canada has for years been building up a systedt of canals to the heart of the country, and it I. esti mated that the work has cost not lees than $O,00,000, really more than the government can afford. Tolls and reve nue from power privileges have been a bagatelle, and as Canadian commerce is constantly deereasing, it is estimated that it will cost not far from $1,000,000 a year for maintainance, repairs, Incl dentals, etc., and there are no revenues to meet these expenses. For the past sixteen months the lead ing American vesselmen of the great lakes have been in consultation with the Canadian ministry, devising a scheme under which the ships of this country could make free use of the ca nals, and they have been successful be yond their expectations, so there now remains only the consent of the British ministry and the houses of congress to throw open to the entire lake fleet of the United States, comprising millions and millions of tons of shipping, the magnificent waterways the Canadians have built at such great cost. Leading men in congress to whom it has been broached have saldthey would push the scheme to the best of their ability, while the old country has made answers to tentative inquiries leading to the belief that it, too, will fall in with the new plan, though it will neces sitate an entire change in its dealings with the dominion and will require an international agreement of the utmost moment and most far-reaching conse quences. The plan In brief is the: That the United States and the dominion of Can maintenance and repairs to the system. by the later shall cede.to the former the perpetual right to use all its canals fhm the Atlantic to the lakes for all vessels, commercial and naval, free of all tolls, providing that the Unted States government will assume the expense of ada shallenter Into an agreement where the agreement to be ratified by the British parliament and by the queen. It is expected that there will have to be some restrictions made in the use of the canals by the naval vessels of the two nations by reason of international comity and the terms of the treaty of Washington. li+avelente lpeelk. Prot a letter written by Rev. J. Gun derman, of Dlmondale, Mich., we are per mitted to make this exttrat: 'I have no hesitation in recommending Dr. King's New Discovery, as the results were al most marvelous In the case of my wife. While I was pastor of the Baptist church at Rives Junction she was brought down with pneumonia succeeding Ia grippe. Terrible paroxysms of coughnlg would last for hours with little Interruption, and it seemed as if she could not survive them. A friend recommended Dr. King's New Discovery: it was quick in its wurk and highly satisfactory In results." Trial bottles free at Parchen-D' Acheul Drug Co. Regular esioe O and IL Estendlng His Business. Vancouver, R. C.. Nov. 15.-,. W. Me. Nell, president of the anthracilte coal cnm pany, is In the city. lie Is reticent as to his visit, but Ui it rumoredl that the .,m. pony intends to ship extensively to Ran Francisco and 'uget sound, oa the charges In the talnted States tariff enable them to compete for trade. Mrs. T. I. Hawkins, Chattanooga, Teen., says: "hiloh's Vitaliser saved my life. I consider It the beet remedy for a debilitated system I ever used." For Dyspepsia. Liver or Kidney trouble It eioels. Price a1 rents. For. sali by urlchen-D'Acbeul Drug Co. i HIT BY A METEOR. Adventure Off the Jersey Coast Related by toe P. T. larnum's Skipper. Bridgeport. Nov. M.-Capt. Blake, of the schooner P. T. Barnum. halling from this port. says his vessel was hit by a meteor on a recent trip down the Jersey coat. The schooner left Norwich bound for Philadelphia, and all the way down the Jersey coast she had fine weather. When Squan lntlet was reached early last Saturday morning the vessel was ploughing along under good sall. Sud denly the deck was illuminated as bright as by day. The topaiust had been struck by a meteor, which shat tered itself and threw lames in every direction. The watch and members of the crew on deck at the time were thrown down and stunned by the shock. Harry Nellson was in the top rigging when the mast was struck. He says he first heard a hissing and then felt the shock. He did not see the meteor until it struck. The rigging was set afire and Neilson was burned about the legs. He was higher up in the rigging than where the meteor struck. When the meteor burst pieces as large as bushel baskets fell on the deck. The only damage the vessel received was the burning of some of the rigging. Uayard Complimented. London, Nov. 5.-In a leader on the speech delivered at Southampton by Am bassador Bayard to those who welcomed him on his return to England, the Daily News says: "It is not In human nature to dissolute the kind and flattering epressions he used. A high-minded generous envoy Is a better guarantee of the fellowship of na tions than a dosen treaties. We have been singularly fortunate In Amerlan ambassadors. Mr. Bayard Is a worthy successor to Messrs. Lincoln, Phelps and Lowell." Shiloh's Cure Is sold on a guarantee. It cures Incipient Consumption. It tis the best Cough Cure. Only one cent a dose. 2 eta., 50 ets. and $1. For sale by Par chen.-'Acheul Drug Co. Fought With Lincoln. Manta Rosa. Nov. 2.-Adam Vansill. a veteran of the Blackhawk war, dhl* at his home in Occidental, Nov. 1i. He was born in Illinois and was a warm personal frlend of Abraham Lincoln. He enlisted in the company of which Lincoln was lieutenant and served with him until the close of the Indian war. Karl's Clover Root. the grest Blood purifer. gitves freshness and clearness to the complexion and cures constipation, 36 cts., 50 tcs. and $1. For sale by Par chen-D'Acheul Drug Co. Victoria Has Rheumatism. London, Nov. 25.--lbouchere in Truth says in a paragraph concerning the queen's health: "Her majesty has ai, ld very much during the autumn, and walks only a few steps, owing to the recuring rheumatism in the knees." Change of ears and waiting at junction points for through trains constitute one of the chief annoyances of passenger travel, hence the popularity of the North. erm Paolfic, which runs through cars, and through trains, direct to St. Paul. Minne apolls, Spokane, Tacoma and Portland. without change. Have you procured one of the UalVer sal Fushion Monthlys? When sby wsee ik, we gae her ( eet Whs. she was a thild, he stierd for CUsoera. WhmI se bsegms ige, be euhag to asstl. Whin sh had chUldrns, she gnsthmui Qlas yFirst JationaI Bank ZELEA, 0MOTAN I. Paid Up Capital........... $000.000 Surplus and Profits.......$00,000 Designated Depositoty of Me United States. latum a+.I alwem time dcein., OGawil taaka badam t aammamL -fab jqpg bor 7g *u i. 1.J. J S . : Yii Wf.-lab C./ ...a. (tfu M1L......"........"A.Lllc u ( anew : ttilaq. IL I. Haaltoa Usurp K~LIn.E on Hembe flts. Merchants National SAME or HELEtA. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Paid In Ca tl al* 5$350,000 Surplus sad Undivlded Profits $ l0,000 AoWO1YI. ..:...:...... 1 :.cau alloeda a. hLeut1. made to a .seds Tbm ouosy mud. by tu.1m. Dmlied cm aM laeoaL iiusp 656th aQO-e tafeims at h,.oM pit"e `am a udlr ar n ef " '- to orI M ontaraJNatiorai / DANK O1 ElllUA. MONT. CAPITAL PAID IN 6500,000. rýI r A.'. . .. llow. -. T a . som"'Yablý t """. T+wu r.l Ce~YU)·', ILL·'· fc~~t Am~rica2 N~ationaI BANK or ULINA. CAPITAL @200.000 hhrr(·l~rdill k'le Ireb btwus t testime NU ids~bae IUUr~ u I--.-L o~th. d rUtdLC~ !ad on MI ski" sf , ak '"ftak" t "SW mu ssaekCs eeksk No. 44O Jzlenea J~atiornaI D Ns. MoLei. N. The Jpelena National "MUL u1 fifLIIA.rOllIT. CAPITAL $600,003 ORGANIZED SEPT. 1, 1890. Truaotaa General Banking Bust ~jI* 1. t: cjv·U..............tks JNII W. ~LUK........;. ..£ubtaa mbt= kr ac speerl~aitw. .~i Easier. Eerreapamieau.. !vHa·oea U a.... ...N..o Me tin pi a mtAeenai Dan.......hi.Usreo twos. b sad 1G111d/aale ae..ll.. . pas 'eam aal Nlatleasi d ·aak........O u o Ill I "IN atioal Lankr ................. lit. Iul THE THOMAS GRUSE Inoorpoeetd under thr Laws of Montana. PAID IN CAPITAL, $100,000. .......................Ito dgtt Fraank L 'w. e John Yeaps. All* w east interest on ISewingsD. reIott tsmpoaadsd Jaaar iud 'u1,. irsaaetrat a baetib'e busia. Draws zcbhanseamll priaipat cii.r of the Unilad Mater sad P opa. Ik·es iall aunty aid oity bowad ad makes Iease oe aA som. martgagea Ocoee~~ bnear mrs osa o1P Alvaeon Momrd Ir Menl, orua l from 1 to I e'oloek. No. 3,300. APPLICATION FOR PATENT. United States Land Umt e, Helena. Mon tian. Nov. 1, I894. Nott,'e is hereby given that Joseph P. Lat..ch, Andrew Thonmpon iandl Jane 1. Mattlet, of Helena. Mont.. Ihave this day made appplthction for iptnt., tnder the mining laws of .ongreInr , for the Litttle Alma lode mlninlg aclim. deli. nitted as survey No. 4.447. itlntlited in lump itloh, Unorgatnised iningtli dil trcet, Jefferson county, Molntana. In toluehlpe No. I and 9 north of rlane 6 went, which claim In recordd in the ottice of the recorder of Jtfferlon u',enti ty, at Iloulder, Montana, and dcsrlted as follows: Iteiningtl at corner No. I of pntl survey No. 4,481 froln which the dhvc Inl section corner betwteen rctiotln i nil 4. towilehlp No. K north of ralnge No. 3 went, bears south a dl'e. 4U11 I1tin. eoat 9~7141 ft San. runninK thflnne north 41 dleg', rd min. West 4871.2 feetl to urntiter No. 2, Ilenoe south M4 dIep :9 minll. 0went 1,4114 tfeet to corner No. 3, thencet. Ioulth 41t de t. aI n, snt 4V7 felt to co. ner No 4; t , Orth 42 degr. 2u min. mut 1.39.:t feet t~ ~djor No. I. the place o1 Ihe. utn.nin. tmbrieltin an area of 12 5i .,S. of Whoeh .17 miserel Is in i'onilltlt with sIrtve Mo. 3,671 and I claimlnd., up11on whlth a notice of said appl.alIallion was posted q the 33d day of October, 'l'he only kLown adjoining claim to these pfrlIml s is the Virglnia lud,. unsurveye on the nut. u r P,. (1OX, Register. lPats o Iof publication Nov. ., 1914. Lani.orae l Reece. Attorneys. y£uin4.UiA gRO wufl lab. &, 9 LOT NRG d~*suaf 1w ' M~~lSa'~';w M ,-o,.qmmba"wekm.? Irt REN l U. ýN ýr,"Mr I w "I4" 1 t w~ ~ w MEN INB aV v, IIa Ylllr. bewlee p·· ýse.r... r OR WOMEN. ý"ýý"'ý t e . tee.. 1w... .rS& I.I· ·c HORSESHOER FOR THE SHOE FOR INTER USE I t eSOLUTBY ppL and Insures perfecrt nt$ d orne and driver. lrtd twit tlhe evUrltp."yer bovne' feet asre alway in gnod condltuo--l p s. by not hdl t. oons antly lsl ove the hoes for s penlg. The CALKS are IEMOVABLEU Steel-Centered and SELF-SHARPENING When worn nut new Calks can be easily In. sorted without reuiolrlin shorl., saving aI Inmmnlns amuilnt of tile usully lost at the blackslmllUh akb On reoept of postal will meai tfee our d. scrlptlve oClSlroontlanlllgpriceofCalked Shoes, ready to be nalled on, for tzrl, ated tbeis winter at very low pres. Nicols & R ean, ft. Paul. Minn., and Minneapoisr Iron store Co.. Minneapolis.ll Minn., Ueneral Agents for the North. west. FAT PEOPLE l'ARIl( iHll.FtITY 1'II.1,14 will Itelue your welght I'1:ItIAN.I:NL'rI." trom 1t to t, poundsi a mn1104h Nt NTA t'.\IN), e .knei.N o" Injury. Ni) I'I'llllt t'lr Y They buhidl up the health aol berautify the cotl plexlon, Ieavoin Nt \litINKL.:li or fla.th iiness. Tt)I'T .'AIIIitlt Ii ansd illh V lt bre'alhing n urely rlh*..e Nil l XI'l:Itit MIi INT. bilt a sletnlltl aid poilttve relief, 1Iol,t.Itd only afll I' \vInr of expi'erienl,e. AIl ~rd ilr* luplhtel dilrect flrol. our oftilr,. I'lhe. l pl'a'kage, or Ihrei, ipn.kalges for S., by mall petllsald. 'Ieetluiuilall aln pIlrlhulals (sealed) Ys'. All lrrespoadence nlt iIi It) ionllllntllall. I'.\ItK ItbMIM.Y CO., lhoton. .Min. pE .tsre seen pua5er*** 145M RIPAS TABULES Are Just ma osdoWretasy Is this new shape. 000 00 Doctors have always given this prscription--in ~water! We have them in this shape simply for their handincss. IUPAICS T&DULf rft ILkO an PIiSIioetIOIIln 'vat his tI and owerrual mnuchlw rI gIslng a Il n.w y lu1r lag tI 1, the 0d rul pails: It I'PA N TADIIILU do this for YOU. C.estirmII, D4mtL,. Now". 2718-r. .(. M.M·~utritl.. Iurus CIMO.'rLCu.. l$ )YTrVd Now York A. L PrescoU DUALUE IN Marble ad Guiti MONUMENTS ANti HEADSTONES. le.. ..lest.. ROYAL It""l ROYAL SIAsIer, vole so10 8 o O N L I « ..an, r p d o u.I ramp., .ad a. enma Pu3 5V JR aQllemanle lreian uesmoaa wiith a whts hakp** s od @m tuMh stop fopr r uru01 .u In ItdadIa 1k m. Y .rl a'a. i* For tale br lop. £ O onmor, ·5141 Mtaw , _