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SEM I-WVEEKLY. VOL. XV. BILLINGS, YELLOWSTONE COUNTY, MONTANA, T'rITISAY., SEPTEMBIER , 2,1899 NO. 41 PAUL 1GeORUICK, W ". 9ecORWICK, PRDSIDINT, TROnRs. RND M1OMN. McCormick iercantile Co. (Succes-ors to Paul McCormick Co.) WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GRoGERIES Nn PROVISIONS RANCH SUPPLIES, BOOTS AND SHOES, HAY AND GRAIN,. GENTS' FURNISHINGS. A $ew Stock and New Management. . McCORMICK MERCANTILE CO. Wardwell Block. BILLINGS, MONTANA, PqWWWWW WW q qWWWW q PROFESSIONAL CARDS. AlI. I. (101. LA WYER. 4otec Ftrst National Bank Buildins. H. E. ARMITiONG. M, v., PHYSICIAN tand SURGEON. Melknap Block. - Billings, Montana ANDREW CLARK, M. ).D HARRIET FOXTON-(CLARK, M. D.. (C. M PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS. os s6 and 7. Fart Natiojal Bank Building Nuht cella mnsweed at oboe. DR. E. P. TOWNSEND, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, .nd RaldTenoas n Tv.nty.Njnth Mtjw o.rt, two door. north Cottag en, n 4i ot private. All oaa will reuelva promp atten 'on. Telephona Il. (). . GODDARD. ATTORNEY.AT-LAW. O0Mc oer First National Bank, RISD H. HATRIORN, ATf ORNEY-AT.LAW. ,loe-t-Boom Bnft o H.ank BOuldiug JORNITON A JONIYTON. LAWYERS. Room I, Balkwp Blook p J. DONOHON, ARCHITECT. Butte and BHlliap, Montana. Notary Publio, JuaHe qf the Peaoe U, S. Con uaigsoner, General Oommelons MorohanD, Room Firs t Natifonl Rank Bdnidla, Bllliangs ARWILt A HOUMON, REAL ESBTATE,L VIE BITOOK, INSURANOP, O'-oe in Waidwll UHLok, T'isrphinou 111, Cjrr.spgathaw.u J.ollolisa. BILULNGB. . MONTANA. ITL'N ANWU$AOT CE'OMPAV, AB4RTAOTS OF T.',LA 4081 YLownill i OF BILLINOS ted fel l atI arg_~L???iw itA I IM Y 4IIý Ll JOHN D, osekamp TilHE hOTHiiR I FPAOUs OUTFITTIR AlNb %O' Clothing, Blankets and Bedding. Bed Sheets, Wagon Covers, Hats and Cups. The Largest Stock of Hoots and Shoes, comprising Ladies' Fine Shoes and Slippers. Chili dren's Shoes, all ixes, Men's Boots and Shoes, all gradiles., Sole Agent in Hillings for the Star brand rubber overshoes, every pairguaranteed perfect, Mail Orders lPromptly Attended to., JOHN D, OIKRK MP. FIRST IATIOIAhR BANK -' Or - SIkI lNl, aOItTAI1A "'tlt Up ual,ital, ' $1SO,OO1 -ur'pluA and PIoi'fts, 10,000 P. I, MuMs, Preslda t, H, W, ROwyV, Vlo.Pres. N, , P.' one, Lslahr, ,, Rv R .rus Ast, chash, -hoa T, laibak fiW** 4 d ma i. S I'9le .,[n~tlam knL~~A ,1 ITH'il THE BILLINGS MAI Opened Today Under Aweptototi Conditione- The Event ut Yeatrs GOOD RACES EXPECTEK Thn 'i'rulkk in Ssllondlil d Conditionu IIt'tbi'iieto hIII Ie H ,'ui (snob M4tirisir iii' Ii i yi'iehN The Ywllmtoijeuu filr upuuesI todm; ulder very aIUepiolonm Uirouortieluoe aud hIidn fair to be the iuuwt eauaoeefu gvultn iu the bietory nf the oqusl ruite it nutber of vimlii rw have nlread erriveel in the oily itwd uuinin soo re c expcoted truuplbb uad totulro Thy far uasnuu INl t erthe in It. power t uuuhuie ex'uhibit on t ulatruotive one titi iy point of view The iUlliuue hut. blu enuayled ti julay eacb cle soon, with the exoeptini of today, and will render en openwali roucert in 1th ouil pelr tomiovrronw Thauedmy led Fridcy mihtm Arrpupe mnuter have been madv to oouulevraeo th dmesreeable feature of duet, whiob ii naumlly en bad at thile limet of the year, ! Thue grouude will ºLi .priuklad evert 1 might, am well ur the marvlel lending It she (lily, The hul u tI ht hrmu, whltek have cv rived to take part in tbe rauee to Phi beut clam mmmii on the tie is 1494, wheIacb u aroe Zaly'm o Owrgll well I hurts, The tr IukWTIuu sevr ini belsie Sshap~ uid th 1 pneitiou to Irnou ' predict that tetuids fn' trottlun cnd pulineIu will be sniuichuiri, TWIhRtbiu a tl 9 90 ir hltder Is uuxpu'teul. Amaosu the homes ow the w uauund, alI of whiol ais well bred nuchnal , ens this follow ar wellO IWlt 'II)I 1Ieuiu situgs'sw "HHeppe" nd it Irn twtr, Walter P, I l ifarbuirit0 U'' l l41uy tPireolar,' Jas, Jhiueuuu tit (elon, ''Juelluu, I H, eNaItriuln of Helena "Director Mrld," Aturrmen of Hose "Unoc," lu'rnuuhuuw of liaauuiemuu, b "''Mut liuiulW,' Dr, CU l orkf aIll' ) ius these ere eeva;ul green haoea owned by Fredb Awe, W. A c oldi am SJohn D. Lsoeeamp The bast tilde rludl a6 the Dig Till' I bee mcetm IIt whioh all theme homvesw el g entrred wee trotted by Jnetiaua lI fi g7, 11Oslb" '~aphey ad 1 Hey vomio" Hell of ed odge. 11~lver Jim,"~ parr H w, lof Madiants annul?, ' YY(U llHlwC "Uhinuc0," UHevinle iii HIvlva "Ouaurvu " Mciuhuuraolu of Igatel "JoilIwwdllt" utlid1 W"Ugget,"1 Al Nov' visaut of ig T111lb t, "WeukeppsIUYghl' 1 , hrauk," ' I halul 11$l" end, ilsraa preuo+ Rupeeso, YbaF1#lie Al "Shez e Tl", eWd "Iosi l VToiaue,'1 r 011g of &Lvlugafouu " 1 il Nocehes " 11Jaolonel (Jdy" and "0ahp,, i1ý Iw rlr tlif C hIO H num1i A IF, NouuauM ton Ykuu~ f R4,' W H1d04 A , #, uinuwayu, x1jU ,Au" Hell Wb i 11100116 loop, 111 O utkk 11 Amin ae," W, H, MAN, HW n S'4Nhrut seh Navu a nurwsu. T foe~ v h eha fM(Nt gveliw e fueu'for'ijil, "41e 04104 imp sle he 'Isght o bUOIY riW dtsre Fsult VIMI9 141Ui4 u 149 $V _N11 ý te pN" $ Fwri I W I M 4al adIw, vtool 9.; mm - p aa, Wif1Ilrl. "$N ýýi IWI e1 Wr 711va "Dlretor MNlid," Andernon; "'Doc," Speial) oonuty horsey, beHt two in three beats, purse $100. Eutrie., "Dint," Story: "Slip Aloun, "Awe; "J, D.," a osckaap; "Mouaroh 0," (1George, Four and oue.half turlongs, purse Qualter.mile dash, purse $100, One mile dash, parem $188. IPerth DeI--RPid,.t Half-tmile handtosj, purs $100o, hever'el*ahths bad.nap, puare $195. Threetoighth 'banudiap, $100, tpeoial all, trot or paeu, purse $860. Spetual, purse $?a. Special, nom.wlanur, purse $78. A IIM'IINUILiM(U rPAPTV. iwavs (iitles1o elas Mrtp in H iHl lnt 'hsli' Wthy lfo a Hiatlin r'lilp, ''The (.raud hotul hald several diatlu. lishlhed pRuts for breakfast Sunday Imoning..UI The party wais comlipoed of seveln gelltleialall troll Ohiolao, vial Jumomn H, Eklo.lw, ex.oituptroller of tht etlrencly ald one of the most lromal litult nhllibug idellluourlt of the Unillt.'d Ilatt.l'1 ,i , J 3. U Murphly, W, A, ltvunem iud J. NI. tfut, J.. H. Hildreth, an 'x'lllderaluin iat the llilk ilty, M, J, florlty, t a iplitallir and W. P. Houun. brruy, it promnluut book publisher. The g.ntlwemenl we'r bllound for the Pryoer Iountitas anld Sage oreel for a ten days' hunting iatd fishing trip. They waere oultltted ili this airy by the A. L. Babooak Hardware romapany, with two good wagons., tents, saddle horses, eoata, bedding, cauwp Jlaools and overthingllll of the 0dnlb line to matkn ohe innet lanu ftel happy. They also had buggy conveuyancs and were no. onlmapaied by it goTim7 drivers, ewtks and walter., The party is out for pure pleasure , and having use of the flrest outtile lver aspplied they will have all they are after. Hunting Will nevri hotter nud ath are biting like sulkourt, 1 M ATV H i l. A les i ( ojaf 'Mk'Iss'M ('.sa's itallsie Ii Sue we, P'. Veras1 'i h ie dparlwelt wis veile4 out ), wIulr7 nlyht betweeu, uhs 11ouve of eiglht and( o uliwto e iun uirb 1 bleats to a Nu tiwnru PIoitiO box uiu' loaded with wutolhee, The' Iutuht.Y Ijelioled to I Millie A (Jo1 and had eawu loaded In it tIhe our that dly by Ur. Yaote of the Dillluiug Wholeele ovoae'y up mpan, flo o Pile W lliatou w hlrrIhua bals' I' PISI@G Sro~ue QObNW crn~lue betlle' Lu s, drouhn the , II poutaoo ' oust noulbui mod trai jolting Swhile beig ad, I. Suppoeed to be the ovigla of the hive., The flue it wee dlamooveed while the oat wee' being is taken to the etoeeu tveaok peev tbe flve hell, The @11111 baked it up to the pnilroal Aidreut. In the hopes of ea' Slwuulilai~g S he blse by the Nei of the boae, but wae wimeuooeeaul, Then the o ur, t .$uI with auRlWhe wh wee U onapld Ca to wae pulled eaveuth Streel where tia I t'ropu plied thelr hose, ith eaot, IS took Sceval warulminwi to ulve put it fout the all et I@IIR the bottom of the p, map e in oust endt 9 %h au of thle OWISUUI wee 61,000, Ibut h alewee will only aountI to eb lomu ,$61101 over half of the oonteulu belol unAdewea ed. whe Inca will fell asl ililiii *.o, as the railroed had Nothing toalo with the ear' othper than viwlMv Ip f1u uiPPOnw~l uti9de As Y#NI M Ks'#T blue' lWado to Alt it Perdsia ar lHir iever Jaoha r M hI'IlItld. othr alep i 41u wd l a tý1 eln gnjvi aj N foe lice t fi terap llow, 1111 (oloill$I IN ae 1R IWIfoi the Poldv b hlooded Nwerd~u oi homuve 1uoveN, a I 1111 terlit, AoN Wsuh 1144 h144 The .ae ito .early all owuN WI~WI~dp~ ~ isei * I1p1,, il¶6 wil d WNON iii 11t1r Is di, while IJOuo was aph a the 4111 h daum hey11 p two sue. h sAl as t;C14 previohus to the N i t e "t14 1 when 1uNI If teva a voole w'Biu ¶5 i~Hwlrre Cr I I Hl;NA IS [N A HOLE Claims Billings Ball Olub "Fluked" on Butte Games, Which Were Not Proposed. BILLINGS TEAM HOME Helena Will He Here, Though. to Play (ianieN Next Friday, Satulrday and Sunday, The Billings baseball club arrived home from its triumphal tour last Sat rday worning, the games io Butte on that day and Sudmy, having been ar ranged for Fridny evening, being can. celled after the arruagements were finally eaonlpletnl Il nusew Ithe ball gro.uuds were in .e fur uunrthet par pose. The boys were warmlUy aeeted by the people ot this olty, who are proud of the record they have made. Datcher Zearfoss, who has been sick aver since the first same played at '"g oeu, is now rapidly improving and will º be ns well ms ever In a few days. He had a slight attack of p«eumoula, Marshall, Iho crack third baseman, is alo siok, but will be able, to play th eries with Helena the latter part of the week, and Captain Rose, who no. !identally out his hand badly with a knife on the way to Pocatello, also ex. p.ots to be in the game, The trip was I cot a very sapoessfnl one from a lnau. ) standpointluhe attendance a the attendance at the lames being small and 9.boeut ball be. I lug ill vogue in Idaho and Utah. The E Valker Bros,, bankers of Salt Lake, c foered to hang up a parse of $00 for I he third gaume between Ogden and r Hillitgs, to be played at Salt Lake, s winner to take all, but Ogden refused s G0 meet the Uowboys and flankly ad. v ntled that they were outclassed by Billinus. 1 SThe Helenia team will be have to play uext Friday, 8.turday and Suu e day, but Maunser Nix snd all patrous Sof the Inme are iudiuanut at asticles whioh appeared in the Helena papers Slast iStburday, ohar inl that Billuiss bad baoked out of the cames that Hel. eln was trying to arranse 'for in that ,ity last ltarldaoy and landy., The artoPlea claim that Manager Phillip d Alllly arIeed to play Hillluga In Butte A on those dapal that he was arranaiua _ Pridaylevoui n for a special train to Butte; that he learned, after he had com pleted all #arrangemoue, that the eI lli.n boys had left for home, whiob I, lmlda the bauli for flaring headlines Sto bath the Independen 0 and Herald that Sllllage had "lanked," A a imater of faot, Manaser Ni never made a propolition to Helena to plary him in antet, 8d and hollis The I Olaette to so saste, wholm effeotnlly disposea of the olaim that Bl)liu.: S"flnked,' Patroas of the game lu this ilty did advimsa Mounger Nix b wire to ltuite aHlena to llay' t Atte, buhot ha mayr lie lrsnw it was useless to maklt Smsh a poa smition and that it was never aaubmi.ad to Malaser Phillllp or anyone elas at aelena , an that goalei SmIt Is left in the hole as far as his !tatemeats ate polperned that he algreel to play in oaftt, As stated in tThb la-etae last) ildny, Selena was ais, ions to mpeet Billlittr fiaturday and teOnday beaPnse Ihe know our team was orippled. But the Helspn paper. an not Iar anrthing about iaptain Nvao wirng Manager N#i that he -".'TH E i Linton Clothing Co. CIOTHING AND 'verything o.; the La-te i. ad Nobbiest for Men's Wear, SHITI LIND C sII 3ooTS NND SweIs Tlw IeWO l 4 Soek Isot #. Jaim The Llates Iwwwwwwwe would cancel the Billings dates for this week if Billings did not play in Helens last Saturday and Sunday, Neither do the Helena papers say anythina about the Butte team being paid 925 to cap cel its dates, so that Helenmi could 5 them. which statement was made I= Butte players to members of the Billings team. The Helena press also fails to mention that Manager Phillips was so discourteous as to drop the telephone on Manager Nil, when they were talking between Helena and Butte last Friday. The truth of the whole matter is that Helena failed to force Billings into two games with thema when our team was crippled. Helena no doubt did know, through messages that went throqph that city to Manager Nix from Bill ings, that he was advised to play Hel ena at Butte, but no such' proposition was ever made by Manager Nix and At wa" a decidedly cheap proceeding for Manager Phillips to rush into print and attempt to east odium on Billings and Manager Nix as having "flaked." The Helena management, however, has decided to come to Billings this week, after all. Games will be played here tuxt Friday forenoon and Satur. lay artd Sundlay afternoon. The Fri day cunet will be called promptly at 10:110 a m.. and the other games at 8 p In. Fitty cent admission will be bharged to men and 25 cents to the ladies and boys. Everyone is anxious to see the two teams meet and good samuns are promised. ANOTEHNB RAItD. t'he tibley arehouse Compansr Trles to do H. F. Clemenat. H. F. 9lement left this morning for )hicago, where he goes to swear out to attachment against the Sibley Ware. louse company for a shipment of wool, tomprising somnething like 50,000 iouuds, whloh he consigned to himself ast year in care of the warehouse tompany. This seems to be another fase similar to that of J. E. Milner. rota the northern part of this oounty, lhu recently instituted suit against the time company to recover for wool coan Ipued to himself, which they had sold without authority. Mr. Clement recently wrote the Sib ey Warehouse company about his wool, saving conferred with Mr. Miluar 'on be latter's return from Chicago, the ore part of Alpst. He received no lswer to two or three communications aud becoming convinced that something vas radically wrong wrote to H. H. dund of Chicago, giving him the tower of attorney to inquire into the natter, Mr. Mund, by the way, was lso attorney for Mr Milaner. He new whet to expet,. When be visit. 4 the warehouse those ip ciarge tol4 tim the wool was still on band, but hat they would not tara it over until torage, giradin and several other harges had been paid, besides ltying o collect commission on a sale they lad not made. When Mr, Maud Waer. d to pay storage charges he was told he wool had been sold. This is boubht to be false, as the wool was pen in trie warehouse by Mr, Milner then he was in Chicago, and besides he compalny would hardly dare sell it Ahen the same wAs cooeigned to Mr. laement, The warehouse company in thought a be a fraud of the first water and the utoome of both oases will be watched or with interest by the woolgrowers of his section, q c---"- .Ic-ql - - - . .... Kaliapell was chosen as the neat la.e of meeting for the Montana pr~e san.ation. The date was lqtt to the yew president anod the new secretary ad will be flied for same time late in Luglu., 1000, the enact time beiag so. ulated by the dates of political aom* p'Itinos,