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theanaconda STAND AIM): SUNDAY MORNING, .ilnk 18. 1807. fESTEWMNTANA ROBBERY III I CANYON ttKTS nr**^twf ^.^ Charles Morand, a Carpenter. Held^t.^u^*.hiw^t^tt^^^_| Up by Bold Highwaymen. WHATNEXT^ a very fierce struggle AnotherSurprise Is^the Great ClothingSale Thatwe nave Inaugurated this month,^w v have dosed out free* a manufac- tuivrover 360 Mens Htunx Suns, pur^^chased a; a price he* than coal to man^^ufacturer. These ault* are strictly all^Wool and flr^l-class In every respect,^perfect in tit and excellent put.ins.^food' enough for anyone and cheaper^than the , heapeat. Willpurchase one of these suits. This^la the lowest price over named en reli^^able ^ lothlng Reniemb-r.the Mea'l Crdiit'-y PhBta^^t $1.:.V Over loll pair* ^old the first day^on *ale. MISSOULArft^ERCANT1LE V' MISSOULA.MONT. *EOLIAl.fcKs AMI lUTAILCR.t^IS ItHtHHIM. I OTHINti III V V IITMI \ r .VailOrrfer^ .WieC*! hamiltonnews. Hamilton.June It.^MtM Harnett of^8tcvcn^vlllc Is si lending a lew daya withMiss dimming*^rt. v. Kean gad it Lee m. cuiiough ulurnedThursday from a hunting titi^^In the Overwhlih. They hiing ^ul^-^sunllal tvldoBC* uf (Mir *kill as^ii'aiksmen ItA. O llara made a trip down the^valley Thoradar MittsI'uiuiinnii am . a very pleasant^party Thursday evening in honor ol^Ml^ae^ Barnett and Lewis. Theladi^a ^f the Flrat Methodist^.hurcn1 will five a straw lien v and Ice^^ieain festival Saturda^ afternoon.^June It. Afine fireproof brick ham Is la be^hullt on the Italy ranch. ColonelRoot Is suffering from an ill-^lack of bilious fever. Thepetition for the continuation of teamstreet south has b*M mated andSheriff Irvine ha* served notice on^those o^ nniR property through which^the new road wl!! pass t'ountyAaaeasor Smart gave Hamil^^ton a call Thursday Thecow nuisance has grown begutl-^fully less since Hamilton boaati a^mounted pattoc hm it is certainly^not very pleasant to find on. s cow In^the pound hut the**' who mourn. ,I ,.\cr^their devastated door yards u^d rullX I^shade trees last year can enjov hat U^I^the laugh on their side this year. Hrtil.hWealth. GreatHritaln has one-fourth of the^wealth of Europe although po.^. s-mik^only one-ninth uf the population Justa* the Victim Was m a Fair Way^to Hold Hie Own With tho Man.^^ Pal Arrived and Made^a Clean Job of It, Mlaaoula.June I:'.- To the record* of^holdups of this section muat now be^added another that Is by far the boldest^ami in. si daring that has yet lieen^committed It n Marred Rboiil 1 .. . I,., g^this afternoon In the mountains abet^O'ateefo canyon and the victim was^Churl, s Morand. a well-known carped-^ter who has been for aomo lime at work^on the n servMtlon ut Mm rainh of J..-^acph .Marlon, to which plui e ho was re^^turning from u trl|i to Pgeachtowg^when the robber* alia. Ited him. Me^made a haul tight and would han i m^on* eieteghMs* had he not been overpow^^ered ',v r.nce of nuuilH'i's. He was i ill -^ing ;ru s. i^u. k and had enii red the i an^you riding It-khjicly with one leg^tp.ow ii over ihv raddle horn Mis horse^^ limbed s|..v l# ejLtlMiivnt. rtuddeii^iv ii in.in ^io ., ng ifl (ilTfl t'i mu ,, n oi i Ii^Underbrush and coiumandeil bli.i to^halt. Tin man's Tare was i ovet-d with^an old pie. of . loth apparently lorn^from an old pair of punts. The Iholighi^of a holdup was far from the m ini ,,;^Morand an,I he playfully gnawered the^iiiiiimunit hut th ol^ I.. i was in earn^est Hlld pulled a gun that he had Ii Id^ut his side lolling Morand with empha^^sis thai brooked no J.diliiK to hold up hi:hands .Vi tin- realtaatlun of what wasgoiuK on daw nod upon him. Mo^rand began in umlersiami Hint he was^being held up and promptly raised his IH Then the follow tried lo go throughhi* pockets lui' Moinml s p, ^^i^tiuu on the hers, made it Imnoaelhlr^ami In was commanded la all-iln Th's^Morand did. but he did it lalaarely, and a his feel lour hid try around he made^ii irah at the p.stol liHinl of Hi high^^wayman. Ho missed the wrist, hul lie^secured a hold on the rohher'i; sU-cvc^Then begun m Herce struggh . The gun^was discharged, but the bull t Hew into^the air and the men grappled In a life^ami death struggle. Th* robber suc^^ceeded In nipping Morand, Imi ihe lat-^tOT retained his hold upon his .i.ilago^nUt ami I'oiiKht for I he gun With one^hand h - succeeded in getting hold of It^and was wrenching u from th^ grasp of^the highwayman, all the time holding^the man's cheek ill his teeth, making H^Impossible for the robber to do much.^At this Juncture there wore sounds of^footsteps. Moi'and's horse had 0000 frightMi'd hv the d lor ha roe of the gup^and had run tloe n Ihe runvoti lli^^His I thought was that some one had^aeen th^ horse and had .ono- to his re^^lief, eel ihis hope was aeon dispelled^bv a powirful kick that he received In^the sin,ii ribs, almost knocking the^br.ath out of hint. Then he knew that^I'-enfiii cements had i ^the, for the^other party, and In- w us soon In the^^ lull lies of two men. who beat him^somewhat and relieved him of all Ihe^mom ^ lhat he had with him. BJt, II.^was abl lo gel a good look at one and^as soon as th. y l^ft him he ttafted^^own the canyon as rapidly as he^could. He soon found his horse ami rodeio tow u us fast us the anltaal couldgo, Th. sheriff at once sent OlD- oenback with Morand ami it is^thought thai th^ robbers will ho appp^bended, as word has hern srni ahem^tin line of the rallrond Itthe Hotrii. Th. HoWBf, ||. |t, i',,|l.. !i.,n^land. II. K. Hm kojaator, Ta. OOM K. E.^Whitley, San Francisco: F C, Potlett, Haatlage:Whitney Pa lac he, San Fian^, ka o; N W. McFonnell, n^ leaa: ^^. a^Jeffrey, Dulutb; B. ^' At water, Hint II.B. Owen, wife ami children. Joshua^Mil'. Pontine. I'lab: H. Levy, Ohl .....^^^ W, i'o,:g. Denver; Benjamin Ptatr,^Phlllpoburt TheRankin s. W, Townornd, si I.,nil.-P l!i mi ions. BoBBOl . F Brtacka^and Wife, Canal Hover. UMOi U Smith.Bonner; w s fAortlner, Hamil^^ton; Henrj TherrtatiR, ^ it^ . \. Morrlo,^Florence. TlMNnai II. Irvine. Hamilton;^.1 F. Harrington. i'oloina. Fid Mash-^Well, Florence. J l^. dorfaor, Plains. Iiiivrr.ll^ Hull,Una I'litus. Missoula.June II -The university^building commissioners have accepted ii-piano tor the main onlverolt) build^^ing and tin- orloaeo hall that have Iit preparedhi Architect Ulbooa and it is thmiglitthat iverythlag v ^:| be ill $IOOO fertHosc who find it. Whatis the missing word in the following^acntence: SchillingsBesf tea is not only pure but it^isbecause it is fresh-roasted. Geta packige of Schiiiir.^ Bat tea at your grocers | take out the YfMtB^TScitt. send it with your gu;j$ to StUUug'l Btst J'oi. San Franas.-e, by^August 3 tst. Onegueis allowed for evjry yellow tichet. If your cues* reaches u^ before^July tit, you are emitted to two guesses for each ticket. Ifonly one person finds the word he gets $1000. If several find it, the^$iooo will be divided equally among them. Everyone sending a yellow ticket will get a ^ct of cardboard creeping^babies at the end of the ror.tcst. Those sending three or more in one en-^etlope will receive a charming 1898 calendar, no advertisement un it. Inaddition to the $100; offered we will pay $100 each to the twr, ptrs0ns^^to gend in the largest number of SckiUmfs Btst yellow tickets before June^15th. Cutthis out. You won't see it again for^two weeks. ASchilling ^ Company SanFrancisco readlneaafor the commencement^work aa aoon as there is any mm.^at the dlaposal of the eeoaaJaalonerH^The main building will be 143 feet by^on the ground and will cost Na,gM. It^will be three stories high and will Is^attractive In dealgn. The act^n. e hull^will be two atoriea high, with a Ions^one-atnry wing In the rear. That will^be devoted to the workshop of the man^^ual training department This building^will coat $1.V^00 The .1. tulle of th. ,\. r-^initory have not yet been decided upon^As soon aa the specification* ar. rci,l\^the commissioners will advertise for^bid* fur the woi k of ^ onatruction It I*^probable that the excavation for Hie^actence hall will lie adveitlaed for with-^In two or three w ,. k FlorenceHotel Itail.ir Shop I:^Hon and niulpm. nt in MUsuul Si.n^Ing MISSOULANCWS. Missoula. JtNM It, A in. I^cense was Issued thla afternoon to P. 0.I-uiubn and Mary Vfeatlaad, both of Mlaaoula Mi*.Chaile* Hggtirl of BUttl I- Ihe^guest , I I, mis In Misaoul.i JoshuaHill, a wealthy haul -^ .,:' I'.-n^tlac. Mich.. I* here Par lie purpuo* ^f^purchasing throe liQaTlIu lor In private^park He win go 1.1 the A Hard ranch^Monday. 1a* Mgcdo. Bitirlr Missoula.June I:'. Ju.ige Hralitly^presided In the district ,,uin lb i calleduaaa to roojotdor tin oonAnca* I Honof ihe sales of real 1 slate thai have^haoa made from the Hlaaino eotate, the^ajooatlaa bdng hrotagM up by several petitlonafrom purchas^r* fer the con-^liimsiion. In 1 01,si,1* i 'ng Iheat peti^^tions. Judge Kl H lit I ^' iilld th: I !l^ o'lhl^lake Hi. in up on July I. Tills whs o'.i- 1lartod 10 ay ike attorney* for the iiig-^gliis estate, on the tllioad thai Hie^terms of the will of Captain lliggina^ate such tiial It is not ms- .amy for ihecourt to ooaflrm the aaiea Jossft^Braatly Intimated fortbei thai no mat^^ter what id* oatniog in th. nsattef^might b. be would order the aaiea reav^tinned, on that the qtteatkatl might bo^taken t the lupreme coorl for dectoioo^In this form tin uucstlon was left In^l^e ta' 1:1 no u^alu Jul^ I Jud, .^safajltly made an order to thf matter of^the ilipgins rotate that a notice to cred^^itor! be pu'dlsbcd ut i i,^, and that n^slat. 111. nt of the affuii - of the estate be madeby July i TMs confirmation^queotlon Involvea tin m( tin- r\.-\ ofMolilalia In half of the u.iiveisllv^aite uml II Is of Importance thai 11 be settledas soon as poat ihti In order thai^iin- work of 1 onatfut tIon may no( Im ,ddujed. 4atoMstNIlea.I Haie. Missoula. J'.llle U 'I'll. 10 w ill be ,111- |other lu-mlle toad rocs lo*morrow aft*^i ornoon. 01,111 to anomher* of the Cyi le^chili, riio ran ^ill be ovn the same^coin ., aa two weeha ago- The otart will hefrom Hie county Jail at .' o'vks k. HMI tt l.eeih .. Ayoung inn ii with a black eye, say*^the New Torh Sun. was I d Into a^Brooklyn drug store iii Fulton street, theotlno RkjtHi by some lllelldi. to see wkaltewed bo done to mak. tile sya preseiiialilcThe druggist ..ml thai I: ^^could but Dalai the eye. wMck the^^,.ung man sssetoted was tke oajl) prop ereottroe, but a leech could be applied.^There was some urgumenl to the effet t^that lagckei were old-faakioned bul Ihe^youaa man coaaoated i. ., i operation. Th.ilruggisi I.'ought owl 11 .in1^In. Ins In kelakd and Hiked arouad In^^side with one hand IP hrougbi out a^rrawHag, black object, that he ha me^^diately liansfirrcd to a little pa le*^Isiard Isix, in one side of which he hud^cut a small hole, mar Hie edge in the^cover. Holding the hole up in the young man'!Ihe druggist shook the hoi^a little ami the leech's head was soon^at wuk reducing the rise ol ihe dnk^pnli ii under the c^e Meanwhile the companygot some I net ruction about 1,.. baa Themedicative l^^^ch Is not so mm ii^iii demand as It might to be,^ ^^.,!,! the druggist. and thun .lilth ulty in thiscountry Is to get laoehao that w ill^not cause blond poisuninu Th^ decrease^In the list' of leevhog by the medical^p ofcssion is rcmarka'do. In ICngland^th^ largest two hoapltalg forajieriy i ail^^ed for a'aiut jo.ooa of them: now they^call for JO or I^^ lee. hca ai irregular^Intervnls. owing |a i Ink ol demand^and overproduction In Ike old country^th. price has fallen there lo about one-^half of that eas'ij obtained yehn^ago, in tins rountn a few place* pro. .linole., lies, hut tiny are 1101 so good^as those that are imported. The heal^are brought from Norway In tabs of^rich loam. In Btkgtaad th^ aaeckled^leech, whlck Is raised in Hungarv for^the Kngllsh trade, in the most popular.^^ The leech is used glmool excluolvely for^' l-eOaOVUag blond from the eye after the^bruise is a ilav old. When the eve n^lirst bruised the lavot ililng to use is^raw meal Th^ bets leerheg an thoog^lhat han^ on the IoiikosI Than are^from .Norway, and liny arc long ami^slender. Iguess Hiis came front Norway.^^said the s ii ft i re r, wincing. It pulls^hard enough. Oh.you will feel as lively a* a^cricket after this Is in er,^ said the^druggist You Iteoda'l he afraid of^any Impurit loa, lack us soma have^complained of when using American leeches.Sonic arc rais.-d In h'lorida^bul they are not held to bo aori good^The danger of hav ing Ice. lies rajged c^v\arm countries is that the bile is dan^geious. giving rise to blood |siisonln^^That is what is said Of \nieri. .;^leeches, but I never had any expel let* ,wuit them. Howmn h '^ said the Tan, alt, th,^!, ^, h had let go, Twenty-livecents.'' said th' drug-^fclrt. Hie( g| Owes llir I'liper. FromIhe New York Tribune. jThe illy of Hresdci o^ns .1 dally pa^^ls r. the Pros,loner Anselgcr. which was 1given 10 Ii ^.v Us I.lie proprieior on Ihe^,,minion thai all priMU* arising til.'. em stiouiit be apoai ogaa the pablie^p.,,ks. This year .1 large phumyoassi of^marly right at res was ni;n ha-c 1 from^Prince Heorge ihe kings brother and^In Ir apparent, ami Ii w ill be ready lor^use this sumno r. The |s^|s-r saMsttnuae to^hold the peeoed of all rittsaena, hm th,* grimhas koon earrted oat m tin- kroaessai^spirit and the aawer haa never been cm- iplovid to rosier .in; eVool of opinion. ,serial, isiliilc.il or rehgleue. ssisaag Htm kbo*t.^Pram Ut gala Mrs. HrujMs ker Is ^;lie of (^lose wlvee therehi aa ide isiug. ^ n tin retem of her huebundfrom the illy last \^e.ni 1 he 11.11-^, ^t him thitslv . ^nil.AstobjdMtsi she eaelalmed, ' ho**^nhott you have hud )OOT hair cut' ' 'Hul. m^ dear Aiigeii.'.c ' r. 1 Mr. H .^irieklj. 1 haven't had my hah eM .11^nil. ' ThenII Is hlah time you had returned^Mrs. IL, severely. Ini:-tta*Hlr. i'ronthe \V^.hln*.on Bt.ir low long i^ it gom^ 10 t. ke to i^^-i^through with this eaoi ^ soki ,1 tke . I tt,^who wa* under auspktou of hoj-. l^ , iK^leg Well. reeked the young l.ir. ,1^thnughtfull). ^H M la^e me ah i.it two^until 10 get through with II. but I'm^afraid It's going to lake you about four^jtara. MilitaryDrill on Wh^ i t at Fort^Missoula. somefancy evolutions TheStart on the Ride to St. Louis Will^Bo Marie To-Morrow Cycle^Club Members Take^Intereat Mliifoula.June 12.^N. thing laot was^ever ^^ 111 In the way o( military drill^than tic exhibition that was given at^l'^il Missoula this ev.iilnn bl the Twsaty-aVfthInfantry blcycta corps,^which will start 011 .Monday morning^lor Kl Uoega The corps a*a* und. r the^comasand of I.leutenam Moaa, upon^a'heoa shoulders resis tie r, ^puaaslbtNty^of this lirst deejalva leal ^ 1 tke wheel in^the army. There huve b. ^ :i etkef Iriuls,^notably th* one made b. Mr. Moss last^year, bul nothing bus ever bet R undor-^taken lhat will gaggaar* ^Hk the areas nt trial. Twenty men. with their com-^ajgadkag otlii. rund Hi ii Miiy.011, will^make the tri;i from !'^ 11 Missoula to st.Isnilo ii i* 1 hough 1 by Ueuteagsn Mosslhat lie und his aomgoJUJMl Was la'^ab'e 10 11 ike 40 miles a duv. It bus I,.,a artaiiiilaoi to ride along the line of1 kg Northi rn Puiile 1 1 Hillings and thentake the line or ihe Baritasttmv Tii.11:111 ai |hg drill tin evening were rqulppedaa ikay win be on t'i.- march^each niuii ramrtn: hi* lent, blanket*, rutions and 11 pari of tin cook. IK uten^^sils, la, utenanl atoss haa arte. :^ ,1 from^ihe Twentj .fifth Infantr;' M men who^ule as Inn soldi, is as there are III lb-^wbeh army and their work to-night^w as h tiillv chi 1 n d b) the no i d of vlsi-^tere lhat went out to ihe post from^%i 1.' so in Iii lo see tin exhibition. InaddilUoa to the asTeaalva and de-^f. naive iiiiii 1 nieojl* tii- men gave aoaag^fancy evolutional thai were call lad^through u Ithoul a lot, h. Willi the^: ,\\ ivheel* the nun wen aide to do^work Ikal w^ uM make tke ordinary rideraslntned of IiioimIi'. Th^ lib'^bailer la a splendid liibr. and ht led^ihe men through maiauvera unit vvere^lievvlblcring. Th^ wli da weigh :S^pounda wIthoul a load, ami loaded aa th.y will atari un Ih-' trig, isiuinls.^am of Hie eOUloavge Is |^cked into Hi^^^malleal poaelble spa,, and the meg arc^in 1 oridltlon 10 carry the load with com^^parative . .if The ituii win be made^Mondat morning. Bd Ii, ,s. a member^,,t the Garden CHI ^':^^ le dub. will uc-^comaaay the ^nrps on the trip- It is^expected thai a delegation of Missoula^c,d. is w ill escort th'1 aoldk r* through^Ike c|f. and give Ihcin a good MM gfi^,111 iheir long ride. ARTIFICIALice PREFERRED.^^ .oi.ol, n il Heller and Purer than Ibe kaiaeoj yrod at t.^from the chiiuge Chronicle. Rigktyper c ut. ol ii'- houeehoblera^of Hiis ciiy piefer grtlficlal Ice,^ mm^Ihe atatemenl maaa bj an old resident^nae dai last week in ^ ismverwatlon on^the ntieatloa. H al ^ atetemenl which upon:: III He I'etlellon ill ^^' found to^be fairly wlthta the limits of tusanrV atlam.,, ,. Ever)person a bo baa iiv ed in 1 luca-^go for any length of time is r-lly aware^of Ibe constant dancer reeoltlag Irugg^(he Use of Impure WtsMr supplied to^th^ ago all 1 I this city, v hark m times^dining the year alargeg Hp entire ^om- maalty. Iuinig Urn past lew years public at-^:,.^^,., ,, bus be ;i 1 ailed repeatedly lo^the . lining of he from little inland^Inkia and |smds vvlume vvaleis may^kaVO boeg aura years ago. but vvhh It^in many Instances arc not so la ^^ay.^Thla changed condition has bei 11^I ronghl aboat by Ihe k*trea*lng oopu-^lathm mar those .-m ill bodlea of v.at. r. Comanweatly k ^ 1 Ml from many of th,:^o little lak. I IM .11 Chicago is looked^upon by many of the residents Willi^mora or less ^eaiplriaei and I hey pref r^the artificial ice which I bey know to be^. baoluti iv chemk ally pun . With tins^ail lib ml he they take no dial.cos run- rentingIta purity; I key pay no higher^I for 11 than He i do for Ike natural ;.e. and man) Pen pi. are Und. r Hm 1111-^prt Minn Hint it is hard, r, dearer ami^lawls Icngir In hot waMtker. lb- Ihe^latti r '' uc ^i not. Ike (act n niain:i thai thepreference union-; man; of ike geo.^nk hen i,-- lai rely in favor 0^ ihe arti^^ficial Ice, as it undoubtedly in their^1 pinion is superior lo Ihe Other. itnas through iheee condlttoaa that liteenornoiis lee plunl of Hi^ pios.Mii Conaumers'company was broughl late^existenc,' six .. ears ago. glace then the^1 ntlre managemeni ami ow net .hip hav e^1,,-eii ihang.il d - at Impiovcmenls^hove been made, enabling them to ma'so^:. p. i ll , i i e w ilh u ^ il|^clty of Ml Ions ggtljund the an 1 loraga enlarged from^v.issi 10 fullv lleN ions. The ..Id com-^paay wan known as the Conatinp-rs^\'urr loa company, under the new or^^ganization about two years ago 11 be- ,ame the Con amera' company, it is^supplying thousands . f householders in^ill pints ct Chicago v. |tk absolutely^pure ice at pri.es ih. sain.- as natural ice.aa can be seen from the table of |H.ckathe^ 0111. as follows: Bookcontaining H :'.^^-l'^ coupons, r.ikl lbs.ai Uk pci I^'1 J-: d.sennit 2.'a . cashprice. lt.^V^Baah coatalnlng :^ - '-lb coupona. l.w lbs.al ^Hi pir I'^'. I^, discount gMI cashprice. f:.Tr..^Book containing .',| nm-lh coupons. ;.u,W lls. ai :l'k per tot*. $^,; illscounl 5ftc: eachpric. t:,:,.i^p.sik containing -^ 'ou-lh c nipous. t.^^0 lbs.at !5c oi . Hi^ $10: dlacount II; caahprice, }^.^BOash containing :h rasj-lb coupona, la.ium lbs.at He per HI; discount $2; cash price,lis. Kremthis table n win be teen that Ihediscount given is cents. cents,^tl ami *2 on ^ aeh re^|a^ctlve book. Spe-^, ial intention is called to this for the^^^orison lhat a morning publication^.ii i^ii a 101 k ago publish^,! the rate* t he ihis season and spot-, of cmj|^^n^l ooks fi r 10 liv^ poinds be 1 ; offered^1 11 a basis of ft per cent, gtsrounl w hen^aojjd ai the aaTre v.lihln N daya and a^discount of .V* per en:, on coupon bo.-'is^,.r no |^ no,!' The Matte**III sho.ild^have rrnd SS and .'^^^ .-tits dtaroual. I'lirlhcrniorv.the ortccs an' lower^ihnn ihe average mice for ^^^^^ I as l.e-u Ft1 ih- past l,^^ yeara Th^ avaragat pti.oshowing f. r th.^c vea:s wn* M centsper tr*1 poaadst to the roaaw*aaer, whileIkal year Ihe price per IN aaagBdg^,s a lilth I- ss 1: 1 cents :,, th, sunte-. T':,.'Consumers' company haa a'i-^ai air oil front ^Pti ^ nr. lot ^ a-.'v aid coeabinallirta la 'he .,^^^ tra-b. :'.xmg its ownrrieei' at the low fig01 a* ouoted^ard Inlenda to eoatfcMN to .1.. aa thla^Irdcpeitdeal bn^ls. it ^. in fact, aa^well as in name, the Consumes soot-^t- nv. and the i^or1'^ ^111 be treated fairlyand gvyaarety kt everything con^^nected with the supply for this dty. Thocare taken la the manufacture, of hisat 1 llli ml h e to keep It fie. irom all^Impurities Is the greatest po.islhlo. and^n ueh gteat T than the average |ierson^ha* aa h'rn. The water uaetl for m^n-^ufe.'titrlng this n-c Is rlltensl I t li..!^ami IWhMM and through the entire proces*aiienlltlcally kept fns- f 10:11^ionia, 1 of all Impurities. Th Consumers' company ha met^with murvelous success last season and^promlna lo l^- even more auccesaftil^thla aaaoog W herever It extenda lis^territory natural ice seems to be given^up I^, householders in residence dis-^tiicls and Ihis preference, It Is said. I*^sin e B ^ very0hog* w here the company^, hour 1 s to 1 ompete for trade. The 1 ',,11^sumer*' company to-day t* the only ar^^tificial ice plant in operation In this^oily II is ill tho happy position of be^^ing iiulepenib nt of severe winter weath^^er for ll* ice supply It manufactures^and ntore* Ice during the winter^months which It keeps In reserve for^anv lii-avv demunds should ggllaog41^nary hoi weather occur during Ihe^summer season In addition In this re^^serve its output dally Is HI tons, which^enable* it to keeg lis patrons supplied^with ice In the moat extraordinary of^season*. Ithas ihe good will of Ihe community^and proposes lo keen it by fair Ireut-^ment. This QOOaaaay is also held in^high esteem by thousands of house^^hold' is hen on account of hydrux. an^^baolutely pure table water, which ii^produces from dlitUled water, which is^I luetic'.Ill tl^ sum, water .1:1 lhal 11-^,: inthe manufacture ,,f lee, wttk thin^differ, m e. that the hydn.x water la^an-'tid to give II life, while the dis^^tilled . all^ for Ice is not. lor the ceu-^st.n thai air in Ihe water would plcvcin^I rodui Ing pert, cl I. e. lieWn. Ili.ublfnl. Joe!think of the advance In m. .11, .11^science iii the last generation. ^ i*Xi lalmed in HalHemHI *alkasa)aellioll| to one ofhi- patients. ^Thirty or forty years ago^blueII. 11 ma was the favorite treatment fill 111^ I ill-, Uses NOW We SCIirClV ^'VC|' I BJBgkl almost soy. never^bleed a gjan' Iam not so sure of Hint, doctor.^ re^^plied ibe patient, whose mind was running mamiin- last avertcc*i iiin. gOveetakgaajdsaaosi I'ii,111'In Piiisbiirg Chronicle li hgi Igk^^j Adi'.von!^^^Tea, your Kxc llency.^^^Oa von suppose that tile Kngli-li pi nple williiecomo as fomi of tatkaaaador Hay^lt^ . wert or AmbtUaaadot Bayargf^^ I ikfcsk 11 galls likely, year Bxcj 1- lency. Then I wonder If I Bl** 11 be held li- ponaiblefor Introducing Hay levee into kntrtaadf' (HII.DKKNoughi to^1 brighten a mother'*^daily cam and lieIp^her to be strong cape^hie and diet:fill. It^nt right fat ajatbtVI^to feel the lillldell of^life growing heavier nagbear hi year ^^^ veatbeeggM ^f chfllds^blarlaj anil ckIM reat-^inp That shows sonic^tiling is wrong in the^asotber'a physical con-^dhloa There is NOOM^unnatural wrakne-s in^In 1 delicate organism wktrkliltaoallge* her for1:1 ot he r h ood .^When tilt^ is WtOOg^everything is w-iong^A WoauUVI physical lifei. wraeged up m thespecial aogggg of^her Ml Wlirn these^are re gored lo health^and strength the wbokt wo in a 11 h e c o in e s^healthy and strong. Dr. R V Pierce of^Batata, N v kaa made ^ llfe ttady of thi*^ptohlcm of n storing health and Mieagth^to WOBKB, His ' l'avorite I'rcs-.-ription^^t- th ^ mod ancauefal remedy tint has ever^been known tor women's peculiar iiilmints^Its sal^ exceeds the combined Mate of all^other medicines for women It ntri^^ the^mo^t obstin.ite uterine disease'- It goe*^gitectty to the intern il organism which i* theteal -e.it of a'l the traahhi n Impact! vigorand bealtk where tliev- arc most^needed h.-.ils ulceration: atop* tke Weak-^ewiagdmln* ; promotes rrgalarHy; msyatei^muscular powrr to the ligament*, thus cor^^recting dispiacincnt'. of ^ pecial afgajM in^the onlv natural way^Complete information regarding the ^I'i^vnrtte Prescription and lea.^tiinoe'als from kaoilltd* wka^have used it. arc tOMMSgtcd in^Pr Pierce's (.'ommoti Sen-e^Medical Adviert a standaid^IJ|A|3J1J medical work of 1008 pages, Iinrofkeety illustrated, which willhe sent free on receipt of^^| one-cent ^damps to cover^cost of mailing laWjr, This^work is a complete fa'nilv^and alsgtsM la1 read by both^young and old The profits on the sale of jvsn,000copies at $1 aa kearendered assaaikic thisIrer edition Address, World s Di-prn-^Miy Medical Anoocialiun, Uuflalo, N. V. ;000000 0-0000 o osxxxk^ 0000000 Anacomla'sKaccs licitin.Inn: -6^I tst Admission Kirst Day doctorIs r BitterRoot Berries ArcMi arm at thr rate of 75Cas:s a Day \Vhih i-a^htiwinri ^-on-*tlrrinf til*'^tMlhrr.^Al^l^KK*tS ALL ItMM TO A.H. Sti:vkn5 JgjjgBfjB|jijf/^gjf Vffivfal Montma Kri'i^U:ower*' A^*'H*iaiitui, Mi^Mi^l^, M^ut WESTERNMONTANA NATIONAL BANK ofUlSSOl'LA, MONT. TredKtnnettPre^lil*at TH. T. RymanVie* President j|^. WolfCaahl*r INEARLY DAYS IN MONTANA, WfceaF!6urWrM3carci\ Brotrnpaper was sometinies used for bottom pia^emst Kven to day, when inferior Hour is used, it^is a iiuestion to tell whether it is paper or cruit. .F VOU WISH NICE CRISP ^ CRU5T,^ USE |SASKATCHEWAN or MONTANA BELLE | Travelers'Guide BUTTS,ANACONDA ^ PACIFIC KY. Time Schedule, Kffeeilve Friday^7. HOT. DaVARlntOM anacoxd.^Xo. 2, Kutte Kvprens, for Hel^^ena dally I Xo.4. Untie Baaeeea, for Hei- ,hi. tlreat Fills, fit. Paul, fhl-^cago und all ggggti K.ist und West,dully J NoC, Copper City Flyer, dally....!! AMITEIN ANACONDA.^No. 1. Anaconda Kxpret**, dally- lo^No Anaeenda Express, gaily,, -^Xo. Cogger City Flyer, gaily,,^Xo. 7. Anaeenda Bxpreea, dally..H^DBPAKT ntOM m rri:.^No. 1 Anaconda Bsgresa, dally .10^Xo. 3, Anueond.i BspreM, dally.. 1^No. 5, Copper CMrj Flyer, dully.. .1^Xo. 7, Annciiud.i Kxpresn. daily.. 9 Aitxtvain hi rffi X'o.i. rtutte aTwarao*. daily !l No.t. Butte Express, dally 4 Xo.^, Copprr City Flyer, dully.... MONTANA1'NIO.N. May nopm JOpm gjgm 10pin ''pin igll^m 00;taj IIIpm nopin jOpm ^am 0pm MPm tmaixsAMUTg in AMACONOA^Botta Kxpres*I It) p m itutteRapreee uioopm HiilteKxpressl'l:ia p m ItutteKxpress7..V, a M fliAlxsUBAVg AMACOXDA ButteExpressD:TO a m finiteKxpressIM P ni ItutteKxpress *M P in ^HarrisonKxpresss1:111 ii m Connect*at Siimrl for Qarrtoeo ami^points east on the Northern Puelfie; at^Silver Bow with t'lilon I'ucltlc Fast Mail i'oiiueelsat QeyeksM with Northern^Pacific train for west. THAIKg AMUVI IN BVTTS,^Anaconda Jv Harrison Kxpress10:-'i0 p m QalTteoaAeoawuasedatleoitM p m AnacomhiKxpress10:0,*. a m AiiiicoiubiBxpreai'lew p u riiionPa. uie Paai HallISMpm TIIA1XS1.1.AVE Hl'T'fK. AaaveeadaA Oarrteeo gagrsoa.... IM a liarrisoiiAceeeaaaodatloaM.i p m AaaeoadaExpressUM p m Aaatasagagipcta*Igl p m Aiiacond.iBggroaiI' M I'tilonPaeitle Paal MailiM n at 'Connectaat (Sarrlsou with Kertbera^Psetltfl train rnr the we^t. ^v'onnectHal Harrison with the North^^ern Pacific train for I h. enst. Thisline run* the finest trains front^Minnc.i|X)lis anil St. Pkaj and oilers the^he*t tiervice at lowest rate*, with ,'l^TRAINS DAILY TO CHICAGO, the^Nat tii Western Limited being the FINEST^TRAM IN THR WORLD. TwoTrains Daily Minneapolis and St.^Paul to Siixii City, Omaha, St. |oseph^and Kansas City, with through Sleeping^i'a/ to California every Thursday.^Trains ot the Northern Pacific and Great^Northern connect with these trains via^North-Western Line in St Paul Union^D-pot. Yourborne agents will sell yon tickets^via the North-Western Line, and illmlrated^folder and further information will be fur^^nished on application to T.W. TEASDALE, GeneralPmsengei Aeent. ST.PAUL, minn Yiro Rooaa Kg t. Onereason whyyou should Jii.iinoa;^^ Route ' Togt. Paul, MlngiaggMa. ntiluth and^Parga Ota sal Ptarka ami o/tnaloeg, Porta^land. Heat tie. Tavoma, Hp.'ka.i. Bottt ang^Helena. Pallatanaleetdag care, eirjt^nt assUag^ears, touri. t sleeping cars. TRAIKIAIIP.IVE AT Tlt'TTE. Xo.11. from Ht. Paul. urrlve3 at^N. I', d-pot gagy at 8:15 a a M.1.. No. from Portland, ar^^rive* at M L'. depot dally 10.C0 p m TRAINSIIEI'AP.T. MV.. No 1. fir Portland, leave*^M. I', depot dBgy . 00 a ni No.It for St. Paul, leave* X I'.^Io, al depot dallyJ.CD p ra Mixed,to Whitehall, leaves X. P.^local depot dully at tM a. m.^On Theiadaj^ this train all!^run throiiRli to Pony and Xorrl*. TrainsN'cs. 11 and 1J through^have Standard Pullman Sleep^^ing Cars |a und from St. l'uul^without i lung a askfor tickets via i ho^Blirllagtgg Itoule Is that^ll is ^n! miles shorter und^a whole li.ill'-diy sjojeker^than uny other line |g^Dm.iha. Kansas C^ty and^Hi. Louis. TsTgiout''s Kasl ^via Itil-^liiiRs. Mont., and Ht. Paul.^.Minn. Forllekils and informa^^tion apply to nearest ticket^agent or to PfcllDaniel*, Paee'r Agtnt. Btitti Hoot MontanaCentral Railway, TkroagkaanrkM beteahai hi. Paul. MUa. aoapaga,Helena. kOtl*, Hpokune. ggattk]^ami Portland. Connections at western ter-^ajkiala lor Kootenai Cuuntry, Oregon gad^California isilnts. Alaska, Japan and^China, c'oimccttoiia ut Twin Cities for all^points Ua^t and South. Single and round^Dip tlehotl in all point* and fegggagg^checked to dsstlna'loi.. l.rav.s-AllantieExpress, dally.. .4 M P m^Li**a* Taaial for Helena, daily.. .D tO a m^Arrives^Pacllic Kxpress. daily l l'lpm Arrive*Laeal froai Haa na, gally.11^. p m cityThkn other. No ii Kartl Mam St .^Itutte. .t F liawson. tloneral ^:;ent. y^xxxxoooooo 'xxxyoooooooo o Throuchtickets to Japan lad crina lie^TeceOM and Northern Pacittc Stramsh.p^Companv. ForInfermation. time earl^, maps ar.d^ticket*, - all on or w rit* to W.M. TU0HY. gagMalIjent. tl K^^t B^eaceey, Buttt: ^^^( :tAi:t.K^i s. till, 'ienerai Pa*eaagH Ajent,^gt. Paul, Minn. 0.R. ^ N. CO. MOR DtRBCY LINE TO THECOAST tast'mWashington acd Al' Foin4s^h CrjTon and Cal forDia \i\M'okan:: M rornn-io Oceanateame;s i.ive Port'and every^gve dajt for San FrancLco and ioutfcern Caagaratapoints. TIIEKK-'* ONLY ONB^KAII.KU.II Thainperales Kl trains on the famous^hlock system between the Twin^Cities, Milwaukee sad Chicago. That lights Its trcir.s hy electricity throughout;lhat agei tke eelaktated electric berth reOjglgglamp.^That runs four splendidly equipped r^^-^sengrr trnlns every day from St. Paul^and Mlnneepeha through to Chlcano, viaMilwaukee:^Ar.d that read is the (HK.llJI, MIt.WAI'KF.K * t.r-AVh italso Marasee iteeja-keotel eetAikaltd tral-. OBItyksg the latest privets roajngrtgkat eara, library hutTst ssaayktngcar*, and pahics drawing- roomsleepers.^Tarlor . arc free reellnlng . hair cars and thevery b^^t dining ear service^For lowest : s'rs to any polo: In the I entsd Slates.Canada or Mexico, apply io ticketaverts, or address jT. COR LET,^Ass t Oe:^ I Tass. *Vg*~ stPaol anna N'CTE-Elexanily*eOtgOeg tr^lrs from^;;t Pa'il and M-nrestpolts tkfOOgk I^ Te-^srlo. St Louis and ICar.sa* City dally. CapitaleV7o,000 Surplusand Profits $15,000 CHARLESEAVSLEV, 5ctcntiiicand^Decorative Jaxidermy Ferfull information ami rat^ aprlv lo^W. E. i ^MAN. ilen'l Agent, BaUB, Mont. oradagjeaa W II HfRI-ni'IST. Uen'l Ta.i.s. Ager.t.^Ti.rilai'd. Ore-on. E.M-NE1I.L.^President and Munager. The RAVALLI FLATHEADLAKE STEAMER IhsSteamsr K.-.!i^p:ll wiu.ars Ctr^ jTnnaj*. W^dnc^d*y ^^* Friday. Ltiv^ing i^^a^ersvllle al o a. m , uvxivo etageconnection with N P. train. Pas-^s^ngets coming Into the F^!a:h^ad vtl-^kn should arrive at Kav.-.lli Mond^y.^Wcdnetdav or Friday. Blii EN E HODOK '-..tiager. amrttoa,Montana. Inth^ twauti.'Jl Bltt^r Rent Vall'e.^An Ideal ntmr.fr rerort. Pleture^que^drives, t'mnd sre-nery. Fishing and^and shootrnr iir-eij^aKed. l'.JOP* feet^lower than Anmo:/: or Bui;.'. Servira^fr*t clase. Special terms for the ^.^^^sen for families. Geo.W. Key no lis, M-Tna^er.