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THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 4, 1897.
eNews. TIE01S1CT COURT HonFilad Against Jack^RiTe.n^. RqERYIS THE CHARGE |HUWilliam* Sum for Dlvoroa-Tha^B Wahrapaun* Tsar tbc Old Home-^^ a*Md UaUfOrola Brawery^*and Other Csaea. countyattorney yesterday filed^Information airalnsi Jark River*,^^rain* him with forgery. In Jan-^last. River* paused on J V run-^^laaitam a check for SM.7S on the Clt-^MM bank of Si I/nut* It purported^to be a cashier s rhe^ k ana bore the^' Niw of J. k Ttiomaii as raihler and^Was made payable to John W Powari^^a obtained the money on it and it de-^jalaped that the rherk wa* a forfery.^Itlrera. who has been In Jail for a lone^time, was arraigned before Judge Llnd^aay yeaterday afternoon and claimed^that hla name waa John W. Poweri^Dan Yancy was appointeti to defend^him and he waa Riven until ncxl Satur^^day to plead. EmmaJ. Williams yesterday mm-^^wnced a pult Xur dlanrre agalual^James r. Williagurtti. KruiMvhi .if^cruelty and deaettlon. She sayi in har^asm plaint that they sere married m^Mount Shasta. Cal Sept :;^. kvi^Among the acts ^if cruelty enumerated^are that he struck her and blacked her^^tree, choked her and called her had^^amen Fourteen months ago he de^^parted his wife and three children and^has contributed nothing to their *up^^Mrt stare. A summons was Issued In^Mm case and returned unserved. It be-^Ing staled that the defendant Ih eon^Sped In a British Columbia penitentiary^where he has about seven years more^to serve. Inthe case of Julia Wehrspaiin^against the Davl* estate the ilmling*^of the jury In favoi of the plaintiff for^the possession of the old n un'st' li'l^property on Kast Main street, were^adopted yeaterday by the court. Ik th^parties consenting to It and a ilecree In^accordance with them was ordered en^^tered. LlennemanA^ Schmidt yesterday^i* court their answer to the suit^lit against them by County Treas^^urer Hinds. They deny that (hev are^roiiiskig a variety theatre or that they^are liable for an amusement license of^$7S a month. HenryA. Ro^it filed his answer to the^^alt of P. W. Metier, an action for SHI^claimed to lie due for stenographer s^work. Root alleges that services were^not worth more than ^*:^. Amotion for a new trial of the case^of Julia Cotter against the A. O. I'. W.^grand lodge was overruled by Judge^Lindsay and the defendant was granted^a stay of execution for tin days. Onmotion of Thompson Campbell,^Lewi* Fnrestelle was admitted to prac^^tice la th* district court Ifyou are a botanist, spend your va^^cation at Hamilton. Write ^The Ra^^valli^ for rate*. Secure a portfolio^Corbett-Fttssloimona fight^of the Ontury to-day of the^The Fiifht HOTELAlOISTEFt. TheMcDcrmott-H!. C. Halsiek. F 11^Morris. W. M. Montgomery, wife and I^hov, C. H. Boyd. K \V. Renttlo. Miss)^Mercure, Miss li. Klrkendall. H. J.^Helm*. Helena; W. I'. Clark. Ansonla.^Conn.; H. H. Rtuart. (levlord; J. H.^Hare. Frank M Ubby, Deer Lodge; E.^T. Jones. Seattle. Kettle K. n'linnnell. |^Anaconda: Marv I.. McDonnell. ^ in'a^ha. Qenrge H. tlrlflin and wife. J. H.^Newell. Cleveland. Ohio: Mrs K. I^ing.^b. Keller. 8t. Louis. J L. l.chnrt. I.lv-^tnaaton; *V. H. Coojhran. D^llon; J. A.^Thoma^ F. Chandler. St Loali; T. O.^Hathaway. Missoula (leorge Suthei-^land. T. P. Clark.'. Salt Lake: Colin^Hunter. Cheyenne: It. IV M'les, balls-^P^^ Wherewill you spend yowr vacation^^If you enjoy fishing or beautiful si in i ^^Wflte The Ravalli.^ fla*i11t^n. Monl .^for rates. Securea portfolio to-day of the^Corbett-Fltiaimmons fight. ^The Fight^iM the Century. Sport(Eo^t IV]ucr]IVJoney. SsMagla Proper I in in Itrqiilres n Ileal)^Outlay by Itldert t'tiatiiinei^^ ml ('tub Hurt. Promthe Chicago t'hmnluJe Idon't know *h^ It I:- thai people^Aalk about getting a wheel to save^honey.^ oliserved the young man with^the ox-blood shoe*. Four or live of tin'^hoy* had been sitting on the steps of a^bicycle club house on a Imaltvuril Itr^aa hour watching the bicycles tin l^^Ml a never-ending procession ^Rvorv-^one of you knows thai such a position^M absurd.^ went on the young in m ':^had broken the long distance alienee,^^a* a wheel, with all that it brings in^its train. c^*t* more than any other^~trm Of apori. Oh.I don't know about that.^ Inter^^rupted the young man with the plaid^shirt, ^how do you make thai out^^^! ^Well. Just think It over a little.^ said^the drat Bpeaker You have a w heel,^haven't you^ It cost you about tiuo.^That was only the first cost I'll bet^' you have no idea how much you have^apent on that wheel since thm In small^sums which mount up. Just as soon^ha you got It you hsd to get a suit made^at your tailor'* which coat about 12.'.^JJtaady made^ Well. I didn't think yog^jraald wear a ready-made suit, but if^you did that shaves about tin off the^amount. I don't mean to be personal.^%VOU know, and you may not haw done^^Ktl these thins* I am talking about, but^Jam ^peaking about the averag^ rider^had from my own experience. As soon^as you learn to ride and get the fever^for an king long run* Into the eountii^fto have to get a cyclometer, which^goata a trifle, but adds tn tin ,^. TRIFLES THAT COHT MONEY. Thensome of your friends induce i^yoa la Join a bicycle club. You kn^Wkai that coats Initiation Is nothing. I^Doe* hardly count. There are endless^iTprnaa* ooaaocted with it which ^ u^never dream of when making out your^application^balls, picnics. litis) games j^of hearts or cinch at a quurtt r a earner^^s, handred thing* yoa know about.^Aa aaaa aa pw develop Into somewhat '^af a rldar you want to Join the League^' loan Wheelmen snd get a l^,i i.i^Thstn you may get ^he century^nt Join the Century Road club,^something,^itime.yuu are. add,n* m.^_ _^_IIW^^wh^alJ T^*r tire* .^to be too heavy, and you get a l newpair Tor about HI T^a see ^ pal ofhandle l^ar^ In a d ^^ntowa window whichha\c Just tin profs* drop for^you, and you must have them. Your^pedals never did work lug*jrtHit. and^they have to I e t ham 1 in^ lamps^which dn not smoke Jai out or eg plod^ha\e to t^. lani^ht 1doam Thefe I*a fool pump in in in cured, and any^^amber of fancy sweater* and golf i^Mo. kings. And you are paying for ill^these things, you know. Everybody^that rldea very much ha* an arc! I 'nt^now and then. A front wheel Is^smashed or a fork is bent, and the^wheel goes to Mr Repair Mao, who has^to make a living like the rest of us. Re^^side* all thl* you drift into expensive^habits. Making runs out into the auii-^urb* means slopping at thrao or lour^wayside saloons or other n sting places^and buying a feu rounds of drink*, per^i ha nee. Dosens. pel haps hundreds, ol^saloons In the outskirts of Chicago are^supported entirely bj v heelnaia. The^oung man with the ox-b'.'nal^shoes paused a moment to relight Ills^cigar, eonndriit that his arraignment of^tin blcyil* erase had been thorough and^**Vfe Hi lor. he could continue Hu^^man w ith the plaid shirt said: OTHER^ PORTS MORE COSTLY. Thatis all true enough, but it does^not prove your statement that wheel^^ing coat* more than other form* of^sport. After the first coat of all those 1^things, except, of course, the road house^ex|ienses. few of than have to be re- '^neweil. When you ha v. the wheel, ami I^the suit, and the sweaters, and the^pump, you do not h^\i to buy them :^again, and t200 would cover that first I^cost, with a slight constant expense, as^there is to .v. iything In this life. But |^lake the'I a Ii Mow who enjoys huntingand fishing. He can't do that^suit of thing at h' nn. you know, a* 1^you can bicycle riding, lie must go^awa^ out in the country aixl pay rail- ,^read funs and lonnl bills. First he1^must get an outfit, which cost* u lot of^money. A good shi icui will run prit-^ly C* B* lo in, , oat of a lilgh-graile Id^^ ^ el. , and In mm n ' !.'^ kuii he must have^sin lis by the hundred, decoy ducks, a^a mpletc hunters suit, rubber boots, a j^bout, id its. perhaps, which must bo kOfk^all the year, a Kimic Lag or lis e^iulvii-^b nl. and a score of minor things whk h^do not occur to me now liegits all Ihese traps together and^has |h*ai hauled In the Until, which^must be paid for. He pays his fare to^seme distant part of the suite or some^adjoining Mate, and then they arc^hauled aeain In a farmer's wagon with^the hunter us passenger to the w lids^vli'l. he expects lo gel the ducks lU'^snipe or w hatever lie Is after. He must^^ at at sonic farm house and pay for^thut. and all this lime he Is away from^his business, which coats something,^fir a It-How cannol co out shootlnt;^after dinner lor an hour or so as he^can ahlllllH* When b* is through he^Is hauled lo the station ncnln with hla^irups and pay.^. aoOM more fuie Luck to Iowa. FISIIINC,HAS ITS HRAWIIACKS^- If he goes fishing It is nliimsl us bad.^He must have half a dnien rods of dif^^ferent weights and material, boxes of^Hies and spoons and other lures, land^^ing bets. Raffs and other props. He^trails nway up lo some like in Wiseon-^sni. nuts a lual and sits around In the^sun six hours catching cents' worth^of fish. Well,you are prejudiced against^Ashing.^ said the young man with the^ox-blood shei s. Iadmit thai. ' said the other, ^but It^do. s not alti i I In I'm Is lb tniisl also^have rabbaf boots and canvas clothing^and a lot of things, w hi'h cost money.^He musl pay hoard some place for a^few days ami railroad fare there and^back. That'stwice you counted the rail^^road fare,^ suggested ijn- man who i*^opposed lo th*- expense rtf wheeling. Thats all right he noes Hsblng more^thait once in a year,^ said the cyclist. Heprobably Joins a fishing and hunt^^ing club, which has a shooting box'^and club house on some lake, und he^ha* to pay n lot of money to keep that^U|^. And bodies all that there Is the^expense of Inlying llsh on South Water^street before he gel^ home. Therew^s pdhntet for a few moments,^during which the young nuiti smoked^and Batched the v in i i'ii- n and bbsimcr^girls on the smooth road in from of the^Hub house. Then a tnil young man^with a red tie. who had listened In *!^^It nee and ni^dltatlon. broke in with: *ilolf coatg something, too 'la that go'.'^ f|tier!^l the cyclist. ^I^don t kaoa anything uliotil golf. How tinesit etist^ IIOI.FFLATTf-.NS T1IK IM'RSK. Well,the first thing you have to tin^I* to Join a club.' raid the tall young^man. ^All golf club* are fashlonnhl^^organtxatioa*, and it coatg n lot to be-^lone io them. A fOHoa gel* In with a^pretty iwlfl Ofawd of spenders, anil If^he wants to keep his end up it costs a^lot of money. Then, of course, he bus^to hn\c a swell suit made, and no end^of sw . liters and golf hose, anil t here ,i n^putting stii k-i and batty spoon*, and^1 ib i 11 np* nii 1 *f vmi can't n si. Whaton earth Is a bafly siMHin.^^aek.d tin \ntiug man with the ox-blood^sht es. ns he sa* up straight ami re^^garded the golf player with cold sus^^picion. It is a lone I uiiM.il thing to swipe^the ball with when yak are trying In^hole ii Karoo* the links, responded ihe^gtdllst. nonchalantly. Then the caddie^Imy lias to be Hppetl . \ r\ In' ^unints.^you kaow, ami as all the links are out^in the t inti ^ i (elloa hag la cither^lake a cottage out pear Ihem or pay^raiIn i:d I'aie i f. w time* n week. After thegame thee* i^ HaM* to ha n mile i!. I on ad i few rounds of drink*^at the i bib hi'ttsi. do that If li fellow^gtt.^ off w ithout spending It or $2 every II^ I . in 111.1 I 'in.^ ': 1^ ' I. Tnat'sso.^ assented ihe voung man^w iili the ox-bload shot s, but h for* a'iy-^one nuld say anything about ihe ex-^trtnie cool of playing footlmll * fourth vSIX FEET LONG IF AN INCH OuidaIvan's Storiae Told in a^Cabin During the Storm. WERE MERE INCIDENTS DrawnForth by an Organe-H*/* Music^Hi* Muakallung* That Paralatsntly^Refused to Be Caught Friday -^HI* Ulrl Eaten by a I andthe ^llvfr wrappings of the hlrcf*^tree* Of Ihe forest curled in the roar cf^the thunder. Andthe lull was six feet long If it^was an Inch. Fromthe Chicago Chronicle. ThisIs s story of a night in the log^house of Uulde Ivsn anil Ids companion^of the woods anil waters. Moony. Ivan^I* tall, stout *nd likes his mug of beer^Moahy I* short, alout. curly-haired nnd^resiles*. Itoth are tanned by the sun^and each know* *very deer runway In^the forest, every h**a meed In the lake,^and can ^cull you to the liar* where^pike swim lastly In squadron*. Thenight waa stormy. Rain pelted^the lake like bullet* frum a Maxim gun.^ami the moon In her last quarter, a*^were the guide*. w*s cloaked In clouds,^the edges of which were aglow with a^phosphorescent light. I van. tall anil^phlegmatic, atood beside a keg of beer,^laxlly puffing at a pipe which hi* father^had brought from Sweden, and sipping^from lime to time * mug which he held^In a red and gnarled hand. Mosliy.^weary, hut still reatleg*. sat beside an^organette^a sort of hand instrument of^meloily In which reel* of perforated pa^^per an- Inserted until a lugubrious^grunt announce* that the piece is lln-^Ished Hindis in the great blae k for^^est* of Wisconsin h^ve little amuse^^ment. They tan dance in their rough^way, up and down the buck truck, but^this npiMirtunlty comes but ^***^ or^twice a year. No wonder, then, that^the organette, with It* wt'll-thumlied^reels of bottled music. I* u treat to Ivan^when Mo*by turns the crank with his^listless and powerful hand. AMI^1 FISH STORY. Therain splashed aguiiiHt the win-^dov.s of the log house ami beat savage^^ly upon Ihe leaves of Ihe tamarack.^Now and then a ribbon of fire flushed^over the sullen lake and swipt Willi a^tour Into the ftirest. Whatwa* the largest inuski llunge^you ever saw, Ivan.^' asked the visitor^to the log cabin, who sul with his head^leaning against a battery uf tlshluc^rods. hanwas thoughtful. He sipped his^beer und tugged at the skirt of hi* wild^^ly colored Maekenaw. Sexfeet If ^he was un Inch.^ said the^Swede, and he drank again ns he ut^^tered Ihe word*. The organette. with^the strange accompaniment of thunder^and noisy comber* on the beach, droneel^a walls w ith a skip In the melody here^and there. ^I said she was sex feet If^she was an Inch,^ continued Ivan, with^Jusl a fleck of foam on the tip of hi*^broad nose ^She was no Friday fesh.^Hhe bit on every other day of the week,^but when Friday came she poke-d her^nose where the shadows wire heavy^and a hook baited with a $.^. bill couldn't^get her to turn a Ms. We tried to spear^her and wrap her in Ihe ropes, but she^wouldn't be landed. Hhe took the hooks^all right on every day except Friday,^but Just as we got her to Ihe boal side^she'd take a flop and then she was gone.^Nobody got a *trlke from her on Fri^^day. Hhe seemed lo think that was fesh^d^y. Hut one day the aupporls of Ihe^railroad bridge gave way and let I don't^know bow muny feet of track Into the^water. We all rushed to the front, and^then we saw the darncst. goahatmlghty^churning of the water anybody ever did^^ee. 1 Ihlnk It was Thursday six years^ago. One big pile was bobbing like a^cork, and we dragged II to shore with a^gaff. What do you suppose was on It^.' Theorganette groaned It* strange^march. Musky. exclaimed Mushy, whose red^hand was still at the crank. Yes. sputtered Ivan, over his beer.^Tin old woman hail haulcel the tresile^owr with Ihe hooks we had lost in her^mouth, and was swimming ashore with^the trap. We got h-r and that was on^a Thursday, loo. She wouldn't tile en a^Friday That was the biggest musky^I ever saw. und the most knowing MM loo Howbig was she ^^ asked Ihe vl*ltor. Sexfeet If she was nn Inch.^ .eplled^Ivan, und then he wiped his ^Math in^the sleeve of bis Mackinaw ami turned^a raj eye toward Mosby, who was plac^^ing another reel In the organelle.^A QltUi OF TH ^ FORRflT. Thmfor a moment the three' men^Hltened to the crash of the thunder In^Ihe black woods lo the right und loft,^The lightning was vivid Ivan's ^^^^^*^blinked 111 the glare' Three' eagles In a^cage Just out Of doors st n amed. Then^the rasping noise of a faucet turned by^I willing and nn eager hand was a pre^^lude to a doleful melody. WhatIs that^^ usked Ivan, shuttling^(award the organette on the arm of a^sturdy 'tit of laaaaar, swiM t Marie,' ^ said Mosby. his^curl) hull' almost .lain lug In the light^^ning. SweetMarie.' eh^' repeated the hlg^Swede and he placed the heel of one^ftsit before the toes of the other.^^Sin 11 Marie!' I hid n girl named^Mary. She; was a hummer from Ihe^foiest. too. Of course, she wasn't high^born, but she w as gm ^1 enough for me.^Pears eat her up. She was picking wln-^lirgrceli berries one day when she waa^oshkoshrd uneler a birt h tree und torn^to piece*. Pretty .' They nevei heat her P**curt a portfolio to-day of th^^Corbett-Fltislmmons fight. ^The Fight^of the Century Inthe drawing at the Qaad Lue I.^Shoe A Clothing eompanv vtsurda^the winning iiejinlieis wen First sml, 4233-lady's wheel. First, .7,. second,24U^jrent'* wheel. ForSt. Joe take th* Burlington route. The[lulls OaaeraJ Electric Co. have^removed thai/ ofllca to (3 E. Broadway,^opposite the old place. Troutfishing ^ a* never better than^now In the nui.ierou* streams near^Hamilton. Writ^ ^The Ravalli^ for^j rates. 'HOW THE SWISS HONOR AMERICA uth.who had been smoking silently. I round this lake. Hhe wasn't big. nor duringall the discussion, woke up.^vanned, strctchul himself nnd shuI Thats ail right, lull I knew one sport^thai tests mar* than any Of 'cm In Ihe^long run. and we all go against it right^along. \\h^t ^ that^^ asked ti e other three.^In chorus. Theftcepy young man slowly lighted^the attimp of his cigar, and w hen It was^I Ul linn free ly. i. idle-d: FlayingPOWT. NotAll t uny.^Fi ^ m ihe Cbet land l.i de i It..eg | resident.^ said Ihe star^in..ii.lti. i^ al! right In most respect*,^and yet the poaMloo tarries with ii one ...... ll'li and ti ^ Mlg ol.liga- tion What'*that^^ the- Inquisitive man^asked. Waitevery time- the presltbiu Is In-^rMad MM M attend the unveiling of a^monument or the opening of an ^ xp- sl-^lion thev make him the last sp-.ikt:^^in the programme and so he has to^wait while the governor, th. mayor and^every one eloe down to th*' Justice of the^peace has had his ray. I tell you. pri^vate Pfe ha* Its recumpMise. after all Aslrgeiltir t ase. Frtm Ihe Cleveland leader. HarrisontJcorge Mllburn. I* a qut- r^fellow. DickeyI never noticed It. In wh^t |^way HarrisonWhy. he got word, last ]^^ok, ihst he would probably fall In lr^io t ^ on*, and. Instead of going off on s^drunk. I'm a goat If he haan'i held tight^on io ^!^^ job Ju*t n* If ht needed I;^Frum the Chicago Po*t. shewasn't long: she was Just nie'illum^like. She had hair like the stuff III the^trees in the swamp. Mose graylike and^long, and when she laughed you would^have known she wasn't a pickerel nor a^sniall-niouthrd lias*. Sweet Mailt^^Well, that * the same as Mai \. She w as^sweet. The bear knew that, Why. she^hud a gall nn her like a catilxiu. and^w hen ihe laughed it soundeel like a mar^^tin tumbling through the dry leaves of^the tree*.^^^And how tall was she.'^ askeel the \isttar Sexfeel If she was an Inch.^ n plied^Ivan. ACHANUE OF TI NE^The water* of the lake beat upon the^shore and the gieat and almost i.n-^licnctrablo forest was aflame. The^heat* at the float bobbed like cork* and^the rhsh tall light In the lamp of the log^houae quivered In the awful rumble of^ihe thunder. Mosby *tretrhed his spit^1 . ,i.l moccasins with his hamls and^adjusted another red in the organette-^Then s. fth but still with a hop and^skip In the meltsi) a familiar, yet raa-^nable Jingle, tilled the imm ami frignt-^. n^d the pine bug* to their corner*. That'*I owed something to some^u.dy.' ^ guggested lvsn. who st.sid with^his weather-beaten face to the raln-^splaahcd ^ Indo* Its l owed tin lo i^ Heady,' repiie.1^Mo*by. turning the rraua with greater^seal. Thenthe visitor arose. Turning bold^^ly upon Ivan, who had now resumed his^neat at the keg he usked H'iII. what Is my bill^ S x feet If ahe's an Hit h. ' replied the^gtade fre m the Northland. Trwthe llghtrdna c^i ih^ black w:i-^tera of the lake Into trails of dandelions ThisUtile Meter Kipnblle t el. I.rale. Our^Imlrpto.iltiiee Day, Independenceday Is celebrated abroad^by three classes the traveling Ameri^^can, the expatriated American and thi^^swise. The obsi i-vance of the Fourth^of July by the people of Switzerland Is^one of the unexpected things which an^American traveler sees. 1. he has^^pent Independence day la I ngland or^France or Hem any. When the only^recognition or Ihe da^ com*g from resi-^dt nt or visiting Americans, lie will lie^surprlsetl the more. Thelast time I was in Oeneva I nr-^ilved on the evening of the ::d of July,^fieneva was w arm and stli ky^ some^^thing like New York or Boston a* I^have known ttnm on the ev of Inde^^pendence day. I I* ft my hot**^It was^not one affected by American tourists^^for a stroll through the city. Frum the^^I'pcr window of one of the shops^which looked on the narrow eubble-^puved street hung an American Hug be^^side the flag of Switzerland. I wa*^ptizxled for a minute. One *eea the^stars and stripes a great deai and some^^times, in the large cities. . v en shop-^keepers will us. them toattiact the at^^tention of possihle American custom* rs.^Hut here In (leneva, on ii ^itle street,^the- Hag apparently had some other^pa ****** And ju^t beyond it was an^^other, und then another. Thenit Hashed over me that It wn^^the ^Ulorlous Fourth.^ and Hint in my^home In the state* ^it that minute hun^^dreds of thousand* of dogs were flying^and millions of crackers exploding to^eelelirule the anniversary. It wu* odd^to be reminded of Ihe o. en: inn by the^people of another land so far from my^own^a people speaking another lan^^guage ami alien to me in everything^but their love of freedom. It e-amc up^^on me like an inspiration thai this was^the tribute of the People of a lesser re^^public to the greatest and most suc^^cessful exumple of popular government^which the wnrlil hna neen. Turninginto another street I saw-^more ttoadMMoM. nnd as i rtaarod th* businesscenter of the city, they grew^still more profuse. The big hotel* show^^ed ihe blended inbirs fniiii many win-^dows. anil from the Hagstaif of the^National hotel, which Is the OBO most^frequented by Americans, Hew the^stars and nlrlpt s Itwas inspiriting. I felt lik^ throw^^ing my hat Into the air and crying^^Hurrah.^ Thai is what u good many^Ann l it ans Whom I met were impelled^to do. Moreover, some of them In nn^excess of PatrlotUnil had procured^bonibs which they expteWlotl in public^places wit hunt fear of meeting the fate^of u compatriot w ho dlaxdiarged a giant^cracker In Antwerp on Independence^day. and shortly thereafter found him^^self In the lock-up. on ivory hand^were the evidence* of national sym^^pathy. The too exuberant American -^who has not met him when abroad! ^^found onooiirngement and nol reproof^in his efforts to make an American^Fourth of July In (leneva. InIhe evening, they told me. there^would be the annual moonlight excur^^sion down the lake In honor of Inde^^pendence elav. Think of It! A Fourth^of July excursion t.uiiu miles from home!^I went^n' course. The ^teatncr, too.^whs beautifully hung with Swiss and^American flags and with buntlntt of^red. white and blue: nnd lantern* dis^^playing our national color* were swung^from th.' uwnlns. Ah nit one-sixth Of^the passengers were Vnterlcan t mrlsts^- the remaining excursionists were^Swiss of the mid lie (lasses. The well-^to-do reslelents of C.eneva don't stav In^Sw ilxt rlanil during the warm seasi n. Therewas a band M board^ a eery^bad bund. I must admit, but Its enthu^^siasm tunned ill some measure for Its^lack of hut tunny. It played almost in^^cessantly float the hour ot our deoni-^ture^8 o'clock- UBtll U o'clock, when^the Ismt returned In the wharf. It be^^gan With ^The Star Si angled Itanner^^nnd wound up with ^Hail Columbia^^the American contingent, with some^modest exceptions, ringing words of th '^national hymn with more rigor than^accuracy, and concluding inch verse^with whoops and yells which highly OO-^teftahiad the more ttolhl native*. I^half ' u.o.... i the Sw !^s ;;.^^* on this^Fourth of July excursion mainly to gag^the American visiter parfMha. Therewere fireworks along the short^another unexpected reminder of dear aidAmerica We wound up the even-^mi; at .i I^ i ^ ^:^' i I' c w hi re ve dis^^charged a belated cracker of two ami^drank th^ hialth oT I n le Sam !^t good |^Bwiss brew.A. C. M'DONALD. Bettedthe T!^^^^. He.ireI.. I'll kii^i^ v.!'^ Ii.t - ^.. i. little of S^dviltaatkes f*f M n o rata* down from^tin mountains to Whistcd Conn., the oth- .^er day to learn who had been eh* '^I^president lu^l November. \flt r Is lng told^li.- rotwaad I* kkt oaMa among ihe reeks.^It. mi. at w.-nt lo I hi' war he was In love in.iwhen in returned hla swaatMari had eithergone aw.iv er glgrflod Then he^went bat* the wtKitls and built the cabin. '^where he has since lived. MauiBsbl-Hi udeil Itoelora. An Kngllsh statistician has recently^I^ . n . ng.ig.'.l .ii ''. .^il.Mii.il task i hat of^stud) in* the taguenc* of music on the I^hair. The lav^tl| tot g*t*Mh)h*a, In ihe t**jpMoa Hint ih* proporttaa of baM I mmons Is ii imt oaal tor the liberal pro^^fessions In general, with the exception of^physician* v. Inin hold the rc^- er.llor balelnrs*. which I^ :i^ Iier cent. Mil-^steal comiKNHda* form aay *a**aajhai^to the rule. i^.l l',il.'r..^^ Is us frequent^among them as In the other profession*. WilliI N. tied. Fromthe I'hie ngo Post. He* had a most remarkable career,^hasn't he . 'Indeed, he ha^. Ithas been pretty well wntllat.J,^mo. basn i It I ' Fairly well: but It ought to be fumi^^gated also. A^gV^Vi HENNESSY'5 CelebratingThe Nation's Birth TUESDAY'S BARGAINS)TELE6RA1 Skirt [TUESDAY'S BARGAINS KXTRA FINF. QCAUTY, STRIPE8^^und I'lalds, guaranteed fast color*.. iocValues for 5c' FancyPercales 3JINCHES WIDK, NEW AND FAHT^^colors, standard quality, right stylesi^for Waist* and Dresses Only8c' Organdiesand Dimities IXFANCY STRIPES AND DRESDEN(^De'signs. light and dark shades. col-i^or* guaranteed, all new effects 30cValues for la^c' Facing: AroMblnatloii of Volrrf,^Pelt an-! Sabberi it ahon-^luUly witerpriMji and In^^destructible. INSURES DRYSKIRTS ANDMAKES AHaodsone Finish TOA OOWN TheNewest end^Best SkirtFacing Intlie market. It lwU^lunger and lis*kit better^than any either ALLCOLORS Parasols 'BLACKSILK PARASOLS. FRILLED^and trimmed with Chiffon; Fine Lin^^en Parasols, lined with Silk, at OncQuarterOff SilkUnderskirts FLOCNCEDAND LACE TRIMMED.^In black, changeable colors and fancy^stripes, at One-QuarterOff Demnantsof WashDress Goods AtHalf Price' ,Women's Hats kBLACKAND WHITE BAILORS, Re^^duced to(l.i.. IWHITE PANAMA HATH $1.50Quality for $ijpo^$3.00 Quality for $1.25 1KNOXSSAILOR HATS. IN BLACK^and white Ncents a yard J$5 00 Quality for $3 50 tri yari3 fw 51c}'primmed Hats atHalf Price-^7 }mOrders to H ENNESSY'S, Butte, Moot. ^ \ ..ALWAYSCHEAPEST.. OtherHouses may quote prices in the newspapers that sejm lawer than purs, but^they only ^ Seem So On Paper.^ Shoddy merchandise has n^ foothold-JteeV* wgfet- isfactorygoods and satisfactory prices make this -^THE SATISFACTORY SHOP'^- THE BUTTE STEEL RANGE 50LIl OAK, CANE SEAT, BRACEARn ROCKER Price90 Cts. WillIlrat M r.. Watrr. Rakr Mnrr Kvrnlr. Li-* Fuel, Ihan any Uauga on fartli. IRICE $15,00 to $50,00 SOLIDOAK ROCKER, Seat Up^^holstered In Silk Tapestry.^PRICE ^l.8s WuCarrij a Guneral tatlM ol HOUSE PUHMISHINQ GOODS.^SIDE BOARDS,CARPETS, STOVE*, EXTENSIONTABLES,OILCLOTHS.STEEL RANGE5, CHAMBERSUIT^,LINOLEUMS,COOKING UTENSILS, 5 PARLORSUITS,LACE CURTAINS,CROCKERY. ETC. COUCHES,LOUNGES, RUGS.^FANCY ROCKERS. LanderFurniture and Carpet Company 19East Quarts Street, Tuttlc Building, Butte, Montana. Anlaipitrtant C^****Jga*gJi Kromtlir \V*^hltiKtnii I'twt. Tht-nuc 11 la to N^ pt rmlttril to rid*^c\o*r to ilfii^^.iil Mlltn In th* Jubilee pa^^rade. 1he ^^iii.tII ft,^^- srldrr. Kromthe Blnghiinilon R '^urt|le..n. Klreers*ker*ami |^e*nm* galore *rr In^the air Th^ ;imall boy *niT^ the battle^from afar. 11A11T A ft! i IIU17CCTADC ThP BOl(l :md rol''^*r dlatrleta of Nelson^HgUIN I ANA IWYCjIUKa^^ ^^* h gllvrr ^llstrl. is ,if the Sloeanarr now being reiofnlgetl by th*^mlnlriK wcrld a* Ihr rlehrat district* yrt dlteov^rrd on the tivlli*^d globr. Amoim^prcpertlea Hated with me are some that ran still be hud at very low flgures. Prop^^erties Unit gpesk 'or th*m^L'lv*^. iMrr%^i on.leu.. sollelteil. InformHtlon eheerfully given.ANDREW JcNSEN. Nelson. B. C. PIPESTONEHOT SPRINGS THELARGEST AND FINEST Healthand Pleasure Resort IITHE NORTHWEST Ijiiyt'Plunure Baths. Small Rants Baths Private Baths an.l Natural^Vapor Baths can be had at all hours. Dancing in the pavilion every^Sunday afternoon and evening, free. ROUNDTRIP TICKETS$|-00 toodfirm Saturdny. r Vurnint M'MiUny. PIPESTONEHOT SPRINGS. MONTANA C.R. BURKET. Proprioror TheStandard's Want Advs. Pay. STATESAVINGS BANK Cor.Main and Tark. Butte. OKFICKHS. P.A. Largey .-..Prr*!*^' T.M H^xlsona C^shl^i rld In eat mil n*1-*8-^Surplus and undivided profits. JCWW. , I'nder*tate supervision ^nd jurladlctloa^Interest paid on tlspoatt*. Sells csehangi^^ rallablr in all the principal rltle* of tin^United States and Europe. roll*ctl^n* at^tended to promptly. Tr^ni^ct a ceoera^banking bugir.eas. Directors:P. A. L^rgey. John A. Trelgh-^ton. Omaha: O. \\'. St^plcton. A. R Bar^ret. E. V. Lasavltt. 8. V. Kemper. 1. U^llodgen*. Wm.Hose. M. B. nrownl- H. V. Cham-^ban. Minus Daly. i^. E. Sargem.-.'- HOGE,BROWXUE ^ CO.^BAXKEKS BfTTECITT. MONTANA. Transaclsa General Banking Busies.^Exchanre Irawn on the leadUK citlM of^Etrore. Collations promptly attena*! to. Correspondent.: Well.. Fargo * C.^New York: Well*. Farro * Ca. Ss.t^Lake W*V n^rgs * Co- Ban rrancl..^ro; Omaha IS^Ug*^*l Bank. Omaha, U-ge.^Dily 4. Co.. Anacor.da.