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THE ANACONDA STANDARD: TUESDAY M0R1SJXG. JULY in, 18!^7.
ButteNews.^SECOND ^REPORT FILED J.H. Lay son'a Statement aa Ad^^ministrator of the Davis Eetate. ITCOVERS 14 MONTHS TotalReceipt* Wert^ gS0.9OA.60 ami the^DUburwmcntr Amount to tot^43d 01 - Condition of the Es^^tate and the Mines. J.H. I-eyscui. xi|iuini^tra^^il of the^I^*vi^ nm. nlo.l hN - . ^'ml i. i.mi in^court yenterdsy i nvcrlnK the fourteen^month* from April :tn. IWM to July I.^js^T The report show * total receipt!^during that time of |M.WV...Vi unit .li*-^liurncmcnl!* let the amount of H1.4SS.91^Home of the prln^ Ipal Items of receipt*^^ re an follow* Hhu^ i snd Halter, iliv-^htnadea ^toch.ta.ft7.nl: Haaeei a ad Bel- t.r. sale of stock. Ht.SSft.ffl Hans. i and^Halter, on notes.i^ Knvaltv on 'Hibernian mine lease. I1I.I1S.S4 The re^^mainder of the recelpta were made np of renin,small royalties, taxes i^ funded^and the sale of small pereMMU praneft|f.^The main It rata of rgpedltnres a ere;^city tax.*. 11 ;. iiai.fll; count^ l.ix.s. I.'.hsiillcinv A It.nit. .mmimission on^^alt at Unit, ami Boat on staph, tj.imi: H. A. Hoot. services in selling BtlttS andBoston st.sk. M.imsi It.n Tlt^le^^services as mining agent. $:l.4^ifi.tiT,^Forl.es and Forbes, legal irrvteea, aithe date ef his last previous reporl^the adminlstriiinr had fa^..KIM:: on^hand and with the receipts of $.Vt.tM^.'..:.l*^during the past year be had a tola! of^H.WI *4;' i ^n the tlrsl of the present^month he had a total of ^!^::..In^.II on^hand Inalvine an IccoURl of his various^arts as administrutoi during Hie v.ar^Mr. Leyaon said that on June W IMHi^Benjamin Tild.y. who hail formerll^been employed to superintend the work-^ins of mines belonging to the estate,^wss discharaed. as his services Wl n as^longer necessary. Tin Lexington tail^tnits were leased to various parties Inn^wire not very remunerative, The leas ofthe West HI hernia mine to Kmnherg^and Klllnawno.l made June l^!^^.. lias^expired and the mine continues Idle^and unproductive. The two notes for^St:!T^.^nm^ each given l.y S T Hansel ami^A. XI. Halter are still held In tin- ad^^ministrator, ami unpaid, except an^alsive reported, tog-ether with the rei^^lateral secartt) of shares of siock in lha^Parrot company The three Interest^rote* for HZ.KTT.Cli. I7:l.fln0 and Sl:t.^^^M^^have been paid and the security held^for them Lett shares of Helena and^Frisco stock haw been surrendered.^The cast Hlberals claim and the liem^mine, vihii h Here formerly leased, have^lieen closed down ami remain idle. Tin-^lease on a ranch in tiallatlu county at^I'^ a month to Martin l.each has ex^^pired and l.each has glean up posses^^sion. The administrator reports that the^tun will contests at. still ixiuling ami^are not willed and that M,tM shares of ,^Unit, and Boston Stock weie sold. I^through the effort of H. A. Bool for |^SIKll.llOll. which amount has been paid lo ltoot in relation to the Wehrannun easesitKauist the estale. the lldlllillis^^ trator makes tie- foil.mtug retain^There are pen.linn In the court two ac^^tions as follows one by Julia Wehrs-^paun and one by William \\. Iiispailii^attains! the iidiniiHstralor Ui recover^for services render*.I Uv said pat II.'s lo^Andrew J. Davis during his life line^Si in I the i end It ion id the \ (Tdkr-I .lire, i -^ing a conveyance of said properly it^i ompiomise has been psanhca with the onsent and order of Ih* rourl whefehj^all of said aetions have keen settled and^by the terms of Hie eomprotnise the^plaintiffs In tit. 4.11.1ns were to pay the^administrator S^.ir.^.lil. being the amount^of taxes paid hj tin .-tut. on the lots^Involved in the ease since i he death of^the dis eased, less US. 19. the ^ osts ..f the^suit in the ease of Julia Welti soaim againstthe administrator rencrrnlng | tin . on\. \ an. . of said lots. It was futthi i prov Id. d In Hinprpmlse ^nit . th.two suits now pending by Julia^W.hispaun and William wehrspaun^should he dlsinb)saU .is si til. d. Ill a.-^coidaii..- with tie compromise and Che i i'1 i.r the court the administrator hasreceived from the Wehmpngng the^sum of tt.lW ft l. ss th. IT.'tin. and has^ixeiuted lo Julia W. hispaun a c.nvey-^an., to Ints 1. It and 17 in htneg H ^f^the BMtta Towns!U and all of said .1. j ii..iis ha\C I.e.)) disllllSSI'll II- - .|l|..| I VanCgntp'i Macaroni ami t'heese. July.'th to IJth, 1 ii. lusive. Jinx ID. tk,^- ' Aug '^ ami 'i. ike Burlington^route will si!l th kits to Chicago. St^tenuis. I'lnalia. Kansas t'lty. for IS] No^nr. Kast Broadway, Butte Secure a portfolio to-dai of tin Parhett-Fltaaluimou*fight. The Fight^cf the Century. TMEY ALL WANT HIM. Hullsami fir* at tall* liitloii. in Heal Hitan. BeforeAlderman Havey left for Salt^lj^ke yestarday to attend th. Trans^Mississippi ...ngiess he was empow^rred by Mai. : Hairingi..n 1.. mak. .ill^at rang, mints for bringing William .1^Bryan lo this rtti 11. was toM to bringBryan If he had to lasso Inn: and^Ilavey said In i.ould do 11 As -,^.,ii as anythingdefinite is known about Bry^^an s trip Davey will tetegraph ken and^complete arrangements will In mini. Th.nia^... ysaterda,) received a let^^ter from the mayor ..t Ureal Kalis in regardto Bryan visiting thai 1 Ily. I n^til Mr. Br) an Is consulted n ^ill l^ no^possil.l. to toll how much inn. he will^be able to spend in Molilalia It is^hoped that h. will be able to visit drawl^Falls and all tin Montana rltlen win. h^gave him such loyal aupporl Duringraces B A 4 P. ttam leav-^Ing Anaiotidu II a. m arriving Butte^at noon, will 1 arry passengers First-,lass oltii es t^. rent in Owsley^bio. k. Inquire at office of l.ullding Recur*'a portfolio to-day of the^Cnrbett-Fltxalmmona fight The Fight^of the Century. M.D. l^eehey, attorney at law. ovet^I'nion Pacific corner of Main and^Hroadway. Kniranee No. s Kast Ktnad-^Way. Telephone lj 1, 11111. I malice*.^The county dark made up hi* 111.41th^1y financial statement yesterday show^Ing the receipts and disbursements of^the county during June, a* shown by^his books. On the 1st of June there was^a cash balance of |1(M7^ .^^!^. and on the^1st of July ^i^,i. m Pittsburg;Ii 1 Meyora Omaha; James^II Panic New York; 0 K Th.mipsoii^H. J Burleigh. U. K. Plngree. H. H. I'hlcago.Martin Hsrol.l Mill h^ell. Mis H. H Mm. hell. Warm Springs^W J Qinnors, I'enver; A. K. Jewell.^Dora Bruneau ureal Falls, j f^Hogers. Hsvri \l Hu. kl^ ^ llaaln F^Korff. Berlin I hoittas Irving, tl. K.^Anns s.,i. Franc laoa) 1. I Taylor.^Hon. C H WlllardL Hebron ^\ F.^Cray. I) A Ura. Indianapolis W H^i'ook 11. in . 1 1' II. Met'ai t ^ Hun,.^11 J ^jrmondii Omaha; N. Mor) Boae-^man K ^' Jon.s Minneap.i|ls. Uudwlg^Klsetnan Host 01 Q, Johnson Ana-^. on.la, James lira ham. Caewr d'Aleae,^Idaho, u it Turner, Orand K..iks \\ 1^ Hogen i hnleau; Thomas S Stuatt.Oaylord; Mslhew Oer, Dll^Ion. Vanramp's ilajanml and rin se FORCOMMISSIONS. H.v. Lawlar BrlwasttahTBaateel Httssti^far ait.:a*. Anolheisail 1.1 1 ..iiiiinsalona anioiint^ing to H1JH was Imiught In the dis^^trict court yesterdav against Janus W^Kemper l.v \\ V i.aw lor and S. V^Kompei 'I'lii eoiiiplalnt In the nisi al^^leges thai tin iw.. last named an 1 n- nartnendoing htialnim under th. Irm nameol KimpSf B Law lor and an ^^ 11 -^gaged 111 selling .1 ml assist in in the sale^of real estate u|Mtn coininlssion In^IMtl the defemlani with other hells of^1 In lale Thomas Kemper, was the own-^ay of an interest In 1 he mlnerul l ight ai^ih. Kemp. 1 addition, in the anulhtasl^.111 part of the .H \ and engaged i he^plaintiffs to negotiate and make a sale^of the properly They did mak. a sale^of ih. propert) 1.1 William H. Keller tot^Hi. -urn of Jj.'.Ynon The agreem. ni ,,1^sal. with K.llei was made on July i^IXSM. and the sal. dually . mnpl. 1. .1 ..11^.iiih Is, imc. a .1...1 estcutsd and 111.^nmtws 1 ^*^i^1 11 is claimed thai tin de^^fendant's share was H1S.MI and the^plaintitTs 1 laim ,1 n as'iiiaLle . omnils-^' PhMI on that sunt of 10 per cent, 01^111 .'^.0 In all. Theirapjarrlpi on appaal tat a aagt ^^' W.K. Carroll against Justice of the^r.aie John M Trupp was tiled in ..inn^yesterday, The suit involves ji:1 to.^^huh the plaintiff claims tin Justice^got possession of ill a garnishment ease^ami refuses to give It up. although the ,am has ham adjudicated, nataspjasvt.oo n. t^. .01 i.ottieu^tr]1 di.d yaaterdai at her housein Kast QaJaM Ptraat, Tin .le^1 easeiI was one of the most notorious^women of the town. She was as hla.-k^as Ihe ai l of spades and lia.l lived in^I mile for I^. veins. Her Hue name was^r,. ing la aii.11 ami she was the ddnffh^ter of a colored llaplist minlsiei of^Kansas t'lty. Her career In Baits was Unusually ellei kel I'll, evell for line of h.r kind. She w as a vi rltalile nntaaap^of a lighter and a .1111.1 ami Withal a grafter without a past H.r age was0, untieu 111 He in ma Haosa 1In al Inti lest Is Is-lng displayed hen^In the handicap which is to lie inn to^^day at Ana.mi.In ami a big CfOWd w ill g..daws frapj itutte. mpacmJIy those whohave not yel had a chain . to see^Senator Hlaml perform mi Lne lurf. as^his vlclory in Ih. Copp^| CliJ Handi-^iap has been n eolislallt source ..I ...111^in. lit around the city. The four and^one-half fin longs dash hit ween May W. Hill Howard. OgMh WI ami oth- .is hus also lieeti laJkad ahotll a go. il^deal. AiiiieiiiiilnHni-rs. Kieli day 1. x. opt Sunday) dining ihela.e meeting ai Anaconda, June M^lo July 24. Ihe II.. A. * V will sell^round trip tickets. Hutu. |a Anaconda^ami 1 eturn. tor II mi Tl.kels good only op dule of sale 1111^tnala leaving Hutte at 1 p. 111, which^will lake passengers .Uriel to race^tin. k It. turning leave Ana. oiida ut S^p. 111. Itegitlarfare will be charged of) truin^having Unite at I p. 111. Sundays. HOUSEOF WONDROUS HUI. wt^ h Banana ^ity Banmanai PTm an lni^i- ^ii^l| I'.iliili ,1. Kiomlha Kansas t'lty Star Whatever1 011I1I have possessed them 1^10 paint a house that color:^ exclaimed^an aaathatM woman, as she panned an^Imposing frame dwelling on | ppnth sideavsnas Th. house was xf a lilt^ that ouitiv^ale.l Hi. rainbow tint of pnnM of th andtail Btmmaer shuts that rtumor in thehalicr.lashers' windowa It v asn'l^exactly a pea gi.en.I.I111. drab or gobelinMne, Neither was it tern, the^oater that inn Nya always marveled at, norwas 11 eiinar^ yellow, hut It se i lohe Covered with a blend of all of thaaatints that (alrij att i naltlvs^iseth on edgt it was 1 dreamt fat wn-^praamlonict:. ^^es im-all others n was^a nlmfeUnmra of color. Listen,there's ^ story goat with^that.^ raid a man who rod. with th'^aesthetic woman The tale In told was th.-old. old ptary of a house divided againstKaetf and in this ease the^house shows It. Dr.11lit 11K wanted ta paint his liouse^a pale blue; Mrs Hlauk pre! in.i a talegreen, and thereupon the) fei) to arguing iimum in kirns/' he anM 'It must he green s;in| she^So 1 hi palm r Intt \ ^ ^ di d Hi MlM he^...ill.I give the house a Hill that would sonear!) rtasmbhi blue ami green thai acolor SKpsrl would hf pal in straits^to it. termini vv hlch It w as. He w as told^to gn ah ad HutOf Hlauk was got 1.. 1111.loin. ami w inn the painting hsnjan he'^dioppeii aroaatd lo the pnlnter'a hitch^els and si tried in the rontenta ol .1 nark ofHavarian hiu.' which atmsd mat Land sakes. that isn 1 gneii.' ex^claimed Mrs, III.ml., when MM -aw th.-^palater at a at k Tin- pa Intel acknowledged Hull the^. olor was a little off And Mrs III.ink^took advantage of a moment when the^paint. 1 w.tsii 1 looking lo sill ill s. v^.ml pounds of pal is gi ^ 1 I Thatnight Dr HI.ink was mini,mi^Kill bouse will la- blue, he rhilfh'^led to himself. Mrslllaiik said her pravers then^laughed to hsenstf lenuis. sin had^gained her noBM and the house would hegleell Tinpainter atnhmnd the tab ami the^house Is a marvel. Tin neighl.ors an-^talking about It. and Sett bet the doctor^nor his wife STS satistl .1 It Is in he latintedover, but the color is still in dispute HeWouldn't I.Ike II. Ftmil the 1 'hu ago Post. InAustria.^ she said, ^nearly all I^the bailsrs are women. lielooked up fiom his pap. 1 and j^sli....k Ills head donbtfwll) Iwouldn't like it.^ h. sai.l si laat. :^^It's had enough to have prlii light^news dinned Into your ear when you're i^halpanni bnl It wow Id be Indnltrly worse^to have to hear all about th. latest^fashions. ll.n.I Krgl.ter.^Tm- M.'I^erra*^f*Hfc''ll ^TAdte A I ftreves.I.. Oluek. K. D. Nelll and wife.^Bain J. Hedwin, Helena, W. N. Duval. 1 thim. rrefaatfcnary. Friiii the Detroit Prm Pi m Stulibinsis greatly respected by his^. hlldien. they didn't laugh when he^w as learning Ui rid. a w he. 1 NoDnkli UlnhWns 10M m. ihat^th. 11 father was going to civ. thum^ea.h a uuat ter if lh^ ;^ wouldn u CHILDLIFE IN ENGLAND ItsFrightful Con.lition During-^Early Days ot the Century. WASWURSETHANSLAVERY Mere Babes Wade to Work In Deep^Mines and Driven In Uanga Through^the AgrkSUltural Districts A Ureat^Change With the Years I.-11 1 ^ a.I 1 in Imazlnallon cross^tin i..us which liav. Intervened, with^all Hnir . hang.s. social and political.^hntWSSn lo-day and Ihe lime of the ae-^i-essioii ol her majesty, th- i|U.sn. a^young lira Is the throne of Kngland.^Man. tilings w hu h he would see would^land iiim to doubt whether he wna In^tin land of his birth; this would i., at 1^ ^ i.iii^ ih. . aae II h^ contned ins at-^tenllos to the social umi political ron dltlonof the children of the land The^sight of its a. Hi itn s under the earth. In^loaland met al 11^ mines, would siiggesi^a land as Intellectually heulght 'd. as^deatltnts even of a single star of Jus^^tice for. al hast, the children found^there, as tie mines themselves an* of^Ihe light of tin- sun l.'i the imaginary^tlan I. 1 lean the dark, damp mines. amienter the factorial nlctnreenatly^situated In wooded streams, sights pit^^iable as those we ass.slate vvlih the^cotton plantations of slavery would^del pi 11 Ihe impression receive,I from^the world underground Taming lo Ihe hrtekaof which the factories mere^built, the traveler would Rnd I hem stainedwith Hie Pars, almost tears of Mo...!,of uttie hus which had lolled ami' 1. k. nod 111 making them out ..I the^clay of tin Mi I.Is front which tiny had beenbrought, lieWould see ill Ihe II.'I.Is of am i. ill inie'iHtigs of child etone-plckers and^stooping toilers In would so, in all^sraathera wanting ami He ir young lives^under tin- ^gangers'^ nrdera; and on^tin- 1 anal, boatloads of little paupers^going to ihe children's market tiuard- lansklleralls sold their 1 hlldien toaa)^one who would buy them. As small^human lives OUpubis of BUwVlIng .111.1 at hnaninangthey had no mint; their valuewas to enable trade to produce^and to supply mark.'Is with a cheap abandance,in bosses where nature had lis WU^ anil IhS family was true to family instincts, children were, of course,looked upon al IlleV ale to day. butto the children of the dead poor ami^lite children of the worthless living,^children gnioved ami unwanted, to he^counted by lens of thousands, treated worsethan infant slaves were treated,^the attitude of parliament, which ought tohave been one of interest, was one al^Indifference, which onffhl 10 have been oneof restraint of the strong against^the heloI. s lather Justlllnl tin m i.mm^of the strong and strength tied the^bamda ol lha helpless^Turning from the larger fields. In whichchild nre in iv;: mum seem in-^credlMe In the itritish mind al to-.lav. tothe smaller ones, searcelv more cred^^ible was the condition of . hlldien In^chimneys, mi canal barges, apprentices antin hlffh s.as. ami little vagrant saggarsand hawkers mi the highroads.^Hie traveling a. n.lulls ami the youth^^ful performers Is shows ami rlriusri Herhapsmost astounding of all would^be the way in which children were^t ran ted hi lha crown when tbetr delln- i|ii.'iicleshad broii'tht them within Its technicalgrip. Here it is thai lbs poll Healspirit of the age most chntrl] M pl'SSed Itself When I chilli surf.'led. Iheintghtv arm of the law hung nerve^^less, when ii lilunil.T'il Into an .'ffeiis.^that arm was raise.I. and It sump mor- .ii. ssiv Mosi at the darkest human problemswith which Hial last half cen^^tury has had to contend have. I be^^lieve, had their origin far more in th.'^attitude of ihe political mind lo ihe^children of lit] than la anything Inher^^ent In liumiinitv I'ew..f tin changes which have ig brought about by philanthropy ami l.v01,1 llanienl for Ihf healing of social^sores would have been necessary had theit alula lu.ok which inr majesty foundon her accession to the throne containedihe statutes whh h, under her gloriousUUnM are now recorded there.^In passing one imtv lie allowed to call theattention of the student of aortal^lite to tin- reeponnlbtllt) of political principlesi'm dark and sad sides of life.^The public evils whii ii stare him in the^face in tin it reel have as close a pan nectranwith the intellectual sentiment^which pervades parihtmenl as the phy^^sical dsaaasM ..i the people with lbs^^entlntntM of ihe medical world When politicslire as accurate a Science as^pathology, wbal is painful in a nation's^life will become as rare as is the sight^of smallpox in our streets lo-.lav. Andthis leads me to ask the 1, ml, 1 -^attention In one most 11 gpglhghla. I^would almost say astounding. Illustra^^ting of (his assertion Rsaponalbltltyfor the existence of the Hess sufferings of the child res of Hi. selfish and vicious pa real was in Itgg ens ruled to lie mainly ai the door .^!^politicians. Their neejirct In recognise^a baby as a .1ti7.cn. entitled to the sup plyof Its nnttun t demands for food,^ill ink, clothing and proper treatment,^was the bottom fad ill the case I'p to^ivvt. for all these necessities 11 was^practically left to the charity of Its parentalnr. failing this, to the rharit)^of the humane public which was in^various iin.s and at great ...si pro^^viding honies for the youthful victims^.^( ne'tlct ami ill usage Then, (at ii^^lirsl nine, il was afTlrnnil that to Hie mentalaffect upon the worthham of^tins sbandoament by parliament of the^1 itai needs of the infant Inhabitant* ..1 Hi.land tens of thousands of He in^passed through lives of mis rv either^i-, liuoatrcil manhood or to a lonv; .le-^fei 1. .1. though agrly, gnu I'pto ixx^. by loo statin, s |,ai h.im.'iii^had recognised lis is.vv.r and its date^I., protect children employed in mining,^manufacture, agrk nltnre, trade ami performances,hut as yet there was 110^statu! to protect 1 hem from Hie . rucl^sufferings which had been Inflicted 111^Hi. -...ailed hmii. in which tiny had^been born. The idle, drunlo n gam^I.ling, avaricious minimal parent was^allowed, under what was supposed Ii^i., the sacrnln s- of his own r.mf. and^in virtue of what was a cardinal creed^of the nation I hi mail-iinM. right of a^parent to Inflti 1 upon his ^ hlldien suf^^ferings frmn which other persons were^restrain.si hv the penalties of tin law^^Ad under Which, i.stramts mil ol Bth egplaces than homes they had gone^Hut in MM pai I la meat ^ (.tended ita pro^tectlve sulhorit) to the home. B) what^ik now known as ihe 'Children's Char^^ter.^ It conferred gag every hahv drawingits Brat breath ..f Hf. front the^air of the 'tritish isles, a legal right In^he fed and clothed, a right gnngl with^that of a man to his praparty Sin..-^this charter of the children a revolu^^tion has I.,, 11 attempted and partly ai^eompllshed in the lot of needlessly suf^^fering chi'.lren ami In the nrnctleea of^their mi^ ortln pa 1 ^ nts Thetlrsl condition upon which this^tight could lie carried from the stamp^hook Into th. actual life of chlhln o^Into the nations thought and Into the^general habits of its prangs, was that^the whole satksa should he tadnrnted^of ihe fact If rnUdres perfasnsd now it^would not is from lack of national law.^but from lack of public knowledge \\ha 1 vvaa needed was in adjust ment of^the public mind to the in ^ 1 ^ndltlon^of things. a second condition - aa that thenshould b. .'rested an 1 mention whi. h should ilisi .lis. ovet hi re the^I enforcement of Ihe right wa^ ' ssary;^ulnre rhUdran hidden in domestic life vv1 re dlessly suffering want and pain,and the parents guiltv ^i need-^leaaly snd willfully inflicting He ^^ *nf-^I. tings. Thisregulred the selecllon an I nam^^ing of specially adapted men. who^^hould Is Kited for the work, should^provide all ihe funds mw Minao m-ana^which Ih. liitle aufferers vv hollv lai ked^for the dlacevary of Iheh wraagi and^the mforoemenl of their rights a sys^^tem of work flamed with dhWfe1 and appliedv. nil conntfpMtlon far the long^continued had habit Into which parent!^had heen publicly allowed 10 lapse ami^.1 . .-mini direction whh h as speedilv as puaallilishould see to ii lha I even^child 111 the land which needed protec^^tion nhoulil have It. HyIts statute, and b| Ihe all but^r^ volution its orga^iiallmi has worked^in the Interests of liu' iuffeting . hild^th. National ^sclita for ji.e Prevention^of Cruelty to Children hiv lighted a^h in 111 the darkest places of fhlld life,^ami 11 ill still light It until ila lam,' ahgll havedisp, lied the gl 'mm their Just corner.The whole work has been a^costly one In lllerature. 10 revolutlon-^hp Knglish thought as kg panntal^rights and ta substitute the truth ol^isvi for the traditions letelnnd Ihrongh 1em lines from Pagan Home; in llivsll-^ggtlng romplalnta made .^n behalf of^suffering childrefl throughout the klng-^.1. in ami in redressing Ihe wrongs these^bin siignth.ns have In.night lo light^in making tin system ..11 u hlch il works'^uniformly strong, disi reel and ad HI an IS^to its gn at end. whether il Is applied in^a city, in a hamlet. In 11 inoorslde cot-^lag, or 111 Hie camp of a tiavellng gyp^^sy. It has spent many thousands Ineight Inisv y am, hy Its efforts, it^has built up upon it solid cp.J founda^^tion an Inst it ut ion for tin most helpless^ami pilmble, an Institution second In .^power ami 111 respect lo none 111 the^land I'Plo the passing of Hie ^Children's j^Chart! r^ in Ixxii. the so. i. iv's statement^and plea had received hut Utile re- ]^spouse A1 that time it had organized ,^si\ rommunlllea and to-day It has Mi |^it had ti 0 inspectors, to-day It has I4^;^il had dealt vvilh ghoul I,ls1 cases, and^up to Jan .1. 1iH7. it has reached lOs.SWt^lasts, involving the welfare of 26::.ft7.'i 1 children. TheInflnltl sadness of so many Ihou- nandsof thirsting hablat in rotten era- I^^lies, lutie children .lime with hunger, amiprostrate children sore and sick^and untended, this soi leiv's action has^largely changed Into gratitude for chil^^dren fed. having drink and being^cloihcil. and in their sickness tended l.v^those w ho hale given tin in birth, The^society's object with regard to evil^bonMS M 11..i to take the children from^them, hut to take th. 11II from them.^Snd slow Iv and surely It has done ami j^Is still daily doing this. Amongthose who have wan lied and^^tlengthened the gonlet) by their sym^^pathy and practical support, none can^claim a position comparaole to that of QnaenV ictoria. From lha initteltoa ..1 theIdea. Ii.r symputhv and succor^hpee In en constsntly expressed. Its earlypatron, she finally xiaferred upon itthe privileges and paw an of her royal^I Ii.li ter Al 1 council at Windsor ran- ; 1^tie May. Igtt, al which a royal charter^w as conferred upon the sm lety. the fol^^lowing duties were assign. ! to Ml iiiTo prevent the publk and private wrongsof children and the corruption^of their morals. (t)To lake action for the enforcement^of laws far their protection (IITo provide and maintain an or^^ganisation for the above objects illTo do all other such lawful things^as are Incidental or conducive ta lha at^^tainment of the above objects. Inview of the magnitude of the so- riety'iorgaaiunttoa, Ii w in pesntbty bt astonishingIn the reader lo I. tin that^thai organization as yel hut covers^two-thlrdl of the land. The suffering childres amongm lha ome*thlrd of iis populationare still without the ag.iiei^w hk Ii befriends ami brightens the lives^of their fellow sufferers In the rest of It^Thai a is still, therefore, great room for^the generosity of the humane and pa^^triotic public, The hanpy cniurast be^^tween ISS7 and Ivc in the lot of children^will not be complete until the brgaBotat^and beautiful work of the society Is^done lor . VI rv child w hich is in need of^it. till its existence is universal Consideringthe condition inoughi to^light as lo two-thirds of the land and theprobability as to the condition of therest of the lend, the inarticulate cry^if tens of thousands In suffering ln-^1,111 \ must come to the I gig giggling^with Irreeletlble force. Surelyfew olijects are more worthy^of Hu commemoration of the reign of h.r ntuicstv than what she has done as^queen im- Hie sa.l.h st of her voiithful^uilije. Is. and no practical expr^ MMOU of thankfulnesstor what she lias done for^them, and of love and honor of hat own^nam . . ga ha more appropriate to the^occasion, or mot. In harmony w ith her^own heart, than that Ihe sickness ami^suffering of little children should be^made I^ pass sway from her land. AnAi.-,1111111,1.lining Ofttrrr. Fromthe 1 lonvor Times.^\ prominent physician. Dr. QUdag, Wat.iin sled al Colorado Springs re^^cently for leaving bis horses on the^street wit bowl hitching them When^tak. 11 to ..nut the judge nreorod the^doctor lo angenr al I o'clock the next^1110ruing to plead In the n)hVge. Turn^^ing to the . Hv marshal the do. tor said; !^^I can't he here to-morrow^Wh) 1101^ asked Ihe marshal.^II. . .m^. I am P. be inarri. d to-night ] amiam going away.^ was tin reply. 'All right.^ said the marshal, ^I'll appar (or you and plead guiltv ta-aasr- row, \i t v well ' sai.l III^ doctor you do^thai and pav niv tin. Send the bill to^my nhtaa and I will i'.i^ It on my re^^nin Themarshal ass, 111..I and Ihe doctor^I. ft th, court room greatly relieved. Hennessy's\ Hennessy's j Hennessy's BigValues in Women's Wear -tpAKEOUR STOCK OK WOMEN'S (iOOI)S as^it stands anil where will you tint I its equal^ The^values we offer this week are unusual. They have to^be The season tlemands it. Take advantage of our^low prices while the mercury is so high thut you may^have the comfort of (Wring light clothing during the^hot spell. WashDress Goods ISomo of the choicest designs and best colorings iu^these fashionable fabrics are marked down to half^price. You can want nothing better. At12k YardAt 15c Yard DbniticKand ^ IrRamlii a. Koine ofl.auns. OnnnjMUel and Uang gl Ihe prettiest efTecta In light und IfectH. JuM the things for outings, darkcolm inga in stripes and sprays, 1nSJaetlve and serviceable, A choles guaranteedcolors, jrange of colors. Regular25c quality for I2 Regular39c quality for 15c At25c Yard LappetsTissiis iii-,ui,. ami^Grengdlnag, Lnea affecta ami pretgysprays In light and dark^calors. The newest dealgns of^the season. Regular5k quality for 25c Bargainsin Children's Wear White Si^ isa Mualln Ilonnets, Irtaansadmlth anihraijdary, gi.-^~^ and !^^JJM nnojBly Nf Wei IBM and H^M^naadgty for |Ug; and |MI and IJ.nl^quality for ^2.0n. HeavyMull and Silk Hats^At Half Price Infants'White Silk and t'ash-^ni. re t'lnaks, ti mimed w ith lace^and embroidery. I'rkc, |:;.:^0 to^11^.. AtOne-Quarter Off Bargainsin Underwear Waggon,*lJersey Ilibili'd Cotton^I'lldorvv ear. Vesta with Imv neck^and short sleeves, all size*. 35cquality for 10c Hellergrades trimmed lace. 50cand 75c quality for 35c children'sJereejf BJobed Opttag I'liderwiar-Vestsivith |mg neck^and no :i|e, i,s. ami vests with hiuli^nts k and short sleeves. RegnJatr prtaan,Be ami p)c each, neoordlng tosize. Nowioc each Women'II'nion Kuits of Jer^^sey Bibbed Cot tan, summer^neight, vests with low nock, no^rleeves and knee lengl It. 50cqual. for 35c^$1 qual. for 50c MailOrders to HENNESSY'S, Butte, Mont, ^^ Thereis No Use Paying High Prices ForFurniture, Carpets and HousehoM Goods, when you i-an secure such goods at the.^prices we offer. Our principle is not large profits 011 small business, but small profits^on large business. Our business is increasing all the time and we are making our^prices correspondingly lower than at any time in tbe past. SolidOak Cobbler Seat V:\tr. Price,$1.75. Carpets,Rug* Art Squares Iace Curtain*. Oil Cloths,^Liuoleums, Window Shades,^Ktc Five-PieceParlor Suit. fcoli.lOak Fmine, L*aheUileied iii Mill Tsp itry,^bilk Plush Trimming*, S|intu' K.U^. Price.$25. Three-PieceBed Room Suit. iicijhtof pad, heti size nl Patowi T*p. t'HIO:(lie .1! Wnshslniol Tup. l^^:l'J. Foi Cgshaa,ash, antlaae rtntsh.^Price, |M. AlantelFolding Bed. Price,SIj.^Mantel Folding B:d Similarto cut, without ^^:.^ ^ , (it. Stoves,Steel Ranges, Cookinglieisils, Crockery, Etc. LanderFurniture and Carpet Company 1!1Kast Quartz Street. Tuttle Builtliii^;. Dutte, Montana. MONTANAINVESTORS VanGamp - M.i .1: ..iii anil I hew. ThekoI.1 11ml copper BbMsII ^f BHagg^dlviniott snd the rich silver illstrlets of thr^Silicon are now Iw Ing recgggaPhl hy t ti**^gggdng world gg ihe rtnhnel illMrlclf yet illM0ver.il on the ilillllc.l nhgbt, Aapngg^gMgaWni Bniti ^Hh m* are ...in, ihat . nn rtill be had at very low llsurr^. I'rop-^erll. i* that sia-ak for thrrarclvm. Tornoutli ne solti In il. Inform.,lion cheerfully mi.ANDREW JiNiEN, No'son, B. C. PIPESTONEHOT SPRINGS THELARGKST AND IINKsr Healthand Pleasure Resort IMMMVaVl AJAXELECTRIC BELTS ItptlIn Ihe World. -drsMai 1 ikh.no. tl..-|.H.iland Ogtr. corner Quarts an,'.^gJnagn ^trr.t^. Hutte, Moiu. 7ck'phon^^Tr and 116 for Ambulance. IXTHK S0BTHWE8I LufiPtUBgt Baths, Small EMuttge Baths. Privato Baths^ami Natural Vapor Baths can he had at all hours. ROUNDTRIP TICKETSS 1.00 ii.r^.l frtim ^Biii'il.iv : ii.: i ,n: M ^ n PIPESTONEHOT SPRINGS, MONTANA. C.R. BURKET. Proprietor. TheStandard's Want Advs. Pay. Nr.1. No.3 . $11)00 Vo. 2.^. 15 00 No. 4 . flJIK Dr.Sanden's Electric Belts Ko.1 . SS.OO Ko. 2 gsoc B s;LTS*fnt C. 0. T^ , with nri^.M* ^f ^^ml-^nattnr.. up-m PMatal ^f 0:i^* MM Circ*^Urt i^ut upon BpplicAtion. A iiir*^n EE.QalloflyCo BUTTE, MONTANA Hin n joii iraat^FnpNi) uirm of m^ klnti . Whenvnu want^Help of .ii.* k i tnl, 111f*trt when