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THE ANACONDA STANDARD: TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 20, 1807. ANACONDANEWS. ARGOREATGETS SHUT OUT AMost Sensational Upset in the^Pacing Kvent SILVERSTABLE A WINNER St JaooB BhoTti to Be a Top^Notcbst Over taa Timber Allaha^^bad B**t^ Zeune a Nock -^To-Day^* Event*. Thelast week of il,. aim ^^ nv ^^Ins began yesterday a It It ^ ureal crowd^and thousands of dollars ^ haiiK^ ^l^hand^ over the iiinnitiK racea. Ths^harness races nreeid to 1^ one-:.iilcl^but they were quickly d^ elded Thewinners sen Btrathntont, Kla^^math. Yule. Allaliat^a.i. Harry ,\ ..i.^ i^lit. Jarob. The(our aldeu heeler* to srore up for theword In the I II 1*10 srere Arcn- reat.Raymond M.. htrethmont and^^ tllen Arthui Araoreat lucked to have ih.rai ^^ at her men y Kh^ m Id for |sr. OirslnstK tur the Held and the jri.' '^'.^ooneternatl.ni prevailed among th'- heavybettors when th. onv i'i-i nu '^^BB disastrous linsk toar the half-mile !.:.^ ionium tall) .:. i' niihi Mi i^^Va great ^ ^htbttioa of her s|^ ed m a on^^Ss she got going: again, but. although hepared a Quarter hi i aecoada, she^.' tailed to gel Inside tin led Hag i - or10 feet. There wan a gnaKhltit; of^ifeeth when at became known that Ar^^boreal had l^een ahut out Strathmont^^ waa the wannei of the h at and he took^^.the sowftrnt ItcaViOi.l (he r.u ^ Keatiria 'hadno^TiWrr^ trttt nf'u-lnnlnc than the^.-evt rage Itutte miner has of emigrating^^to Alaska Thefree-for-all trot waa a foregone^-con. lualon for Kiamulh. Kentucky Unionmade quite a showing In l^.tli^^fieats ftir^half a mile bin Kai Km l'l Coehte'[rotted avvay the Inat part of theJoUffley without any ra|ieoial ef^^fort 4. Five yoiinsstus wire saddled up for^the four-and-ont-half-furlong dash.^^Yule, the pronitaing diuiKlil. i ^I I^-^..ineaa and Yolandi. was made the^.favorite sellln* for 115, while Bottle-^tsaahet leadlly brought 111, 11^ n Hon^IS and the mid ^^. Starter Ferguson^made a eery pretty atari, Tippet, the^rank outsider, l^ Ing the Aral one to^ahow In the lead ^J^he turned into the^^treteh two length* in advum-i of Vule,^but the latter fitly inlBiiBdsd gimo I)^to punlahmeni and won out by half a^length from Tlp|^ 1^The aeven-furlong race was one of thehottest iMttlng * ^ ^ t^ ill-- noil- Ing.It waa generally regarded to rest^between Lady Hurst. Howard and^Jaek Hay*. An average pool mi a*^follow*. i.ad\ Hurst |4n, Howard W^,^Jerk Have* Ml, Jim Boatman HI, Mr^Hi. ha: i 111, Allahabad $S, and^the field, consisting of Ectlnc^and n. nham, $!^. The right^horses were sent on their journey . n^gfasj term*. As soon as lacy got Into^the stride. Jim Boat man thowed in^front, with Lady Hursi second There^was a general ^ I.-sing up RoitiK arou .1^the far turn, Howard and All I ha bad^both materially Improving ttit Ir p. s -^Hon*. It was anyone* iac- through^the stretch and for an Instant it looked^aa If Zeiir.e would win but Allahabad^had plenty of lun left and stood ofT^the rush ..f the Hlver stable mare and^won one of the most closely r ntssted^tare* of Iho pt, M ill s .is-m b^ a neck, whileZeune. Lady Hursl and Howat I^tin.shed bang up The backers of Alla^^habad got something lik. II I^ I, an altogetherunwarranted!) long i. eonatdrtingth.- recent form shown by^tke Hyder All gelding. Amore ptcturesaue rs ^ than the^three-furlong dash has not bet D -eon In^many a long day. The Rvs horse* came^through the stretch like n troop of '^cavalry. A furlong from the wire the^quintette were neck and neck an*) all^under punishment, Harry ,\. drcu^clear and won by the best pan of a^length from Ked S , Who finish. .1^atrong. In th. pooling Harry N sold^for 150. while the other four StMtSH^brought from |M t.. Ill apiece. Therewere tl\^ starters in the lump^Ing rare, but St Jarob w as a hot favor^^ite, selling for fUKi against IT.', for J.^V. R. l:in for Syh. st.i. |M for J. a C.^and ll.'i for Mestor A whole lot (.f^money went Into the box .1 XI I' I nt^out the pace as soon as a Mult had^been made, with St. Jacob in COOBO at^^tendance. When Vartlnus K^t acid^and ready he cut St Jacob nose gad^he eaally assumed the lead. w limine,^a* he pleased. The stragglo for the^plare was rloae and exciting, but Syl^^vester beat out J ^^.r. 1)1*1Kilcr. Pacing.1:11 class, two in thr.-c, purse^IT00. TK. Keating * sr, g Btrathmont,^by Strathway. dam by Attain..tr^tKeating)'. 1 1 HaymondM . by Thorndykc (John-^^on)3 ! (ilenArthur, by UlenaI iKIc. i _' , Argoreat,by Argot \Vilk.-s (Leon- ardid Time-JIM, and J IT^.Mutual* paid First heat. Btrath- mont.tiS.flo. Second heat. Stralhmunl. llfi.ll. *^^ mid lll-e. . Trotting,free-for-all. pin- Jm-^^(i. H. Judd s b. g. Klamath, b) Morooku*-I.adyOphlr tJudd)., 11^Kentucky I'nlon. by Al^r.l..n ilia- sel)! I Monjaaa.by Sidney (lieDow III Tlfte ;:!^4 and : II Mutualspaid First heat. Klamath,^|9;li. Second heat H . ThirdKate. Running.2-year-old*, four and one-^half furlong*, purse atS*.^Silver Stsble ch f Tub- by Imp. In- verne*-y.)lande. n ill. Broanl ... 1 Tippet,10S (V Morae) Hottlewasher.103 I McDonald t3 i Time.:t*%. Wondriving by half a length. A^head between second ami third^Bolt. M t Holmes I. and ilay Hoy N^tDanehy). finished a* nanid. Mutualspaid: Yule. $^.it) and IT 30^and Tippet, 112.30. r'onrtht: ... Hlm'^kt asv en-eighths of a mile,^puree |3ii0. Sandall* Taylor's b. g. Allahabad,^by Hyder All-Florida, lot iMoirlai 1 IfYou Think 6f Buying a \/atch Youcan alwgyg find the lowest^price on (fttargnteed goodg at MERRILL'S gjt**' M-karal Cold Watches with fine^ssi awMrn- nn. at Mi and M- 1Zeune. M tH. Brown) J LadyHurst. ^ illolmea) j Time,1:31. Wondriving by a neck. Half a^length between second and third.^Howard beaten a head for third money Howard.114 (Sullivan). Jim Hoaeman. ]10* iMcDonald). It.nham. 1M (O. Wll^soni Jack^^'^ ttiray). and Sir Richard,lat I \m^ ^) Mnlahed as named^Mutuals paid Allahabad. 112* M and 133.45and ISUS* ft'. 00. FUlthItaee. Ruaalag,tkrea furlongs, purse 1250.^A. Neal'e b. g Hairy N.. by High-^land-Hlr.l. 11^ i J Morae) 1 1Red 8.. ll^ (Dinghy! } Rattler.Ill (Sul'lran)..- J Time.:35V Wondriving by three-quarter* of a^!^ nrth. Half a length between second^and third Doll) Tucker, 109 to. Wll- -^son. and (Ten. Steptoe, 110 tNavares), 1^finished a* named. Mutualspaid: Hairy N, 110.25 and^IT *o and Red S . II^ 2.^. s^ I, I... I^Hurdle Handicap, .me and on- h.ilf^mile*, purse |:i.'.n Harmv M.ilinley's ch. g. Ml. Jacob,^by St lllais. -Woe.l \ lobM, I.'^,^, (Mat - tlnus) I Sylveatr. |:!n i.Mad.lent 2 J^^. ^'.. l::o iMcMahoni I Time,.' Wonsasffy h\ i wo length*. On*^length between **coad and tbird. J.^ii. it.. 14k (Bwtft), and Mestor. 133^t.Myers), finished as named. \iinual.-.|ii ^ - IMInn.l Rfh lit i 11 ^' )si. Mhg Ft Bfl . ^^^iniiie. Araidlul card will be dc idcl this^Sfit.g.ian. The carl contain* six^tans Kntrl.-s ami weight* follow. Flr*lrm e. 2:20 trot, 2 In '1 Tom^Tucker. Slav I!.. Meteor. ^;iipatrl. k.^Alias. J. J.. King Hell, Lady Beau^^mont and Judge Toler. Second taci . Hitler Root pa. in-:^slake, 2 in IMilh \V^ Join nevtiian^| f ml 1) 1^. Thirdin. . . Ibree-ipiurtet* of a mile,^a. Itlng Moniallnde lOO, Tim Murphy^us Howat.' Ho. Colonel T. PH. Sable^DM. (inventor John U^^, Tammany If,^Tough Nut !-.^. nn.l Mi.i* Idaho iii). Fourthrace, the Ravalli attik'-s. one^ami on. ilglith nillea May W. IH.^imp. Devll'i Drsast lit. Nstlc* m. Jim^Blackburn ill) nn.l Latah 111 Fifthrace, half mile handicap i^Don i Kaes n:i. mil Howard no and uniahWoe.l HO Sixth race. tl\^ end one-half fur- king*aelllng fgnclno MB, Mollis R^102. Question MB, Doubtful luti. Bueklel ,100,Silverman 1^*. Soolajitln inn and BmmaMr IM. Thepootlag last night v. at as fol^^lows Firstrace. Tom Tucker 12... Meteor^^10 and Held !.. ;-.nd rsc, Kdlth Vf. US and^Held l!^. Third no . Molilalia.L 12.'. Tim Munin- 110, HdtBard IB, Colon. I T. M,^Sid.'.- and Ibid IT. Fi.ntthraes, May w. MB, Devil's^Dream HO, Notice tin. Latah II ^ii.l^Jim Bbboobbb I^' GOSSIP OF THE TU^r. Thevictory of Yule was a very |s^|i*ilar^one. jockeyHarry Brawn's coattsct with Bf. BaaOall.xnlied y.si.-rd.iy. Kolas,Hi, sin- ..r Mor. llo ttlablo and^othi r tuff .. I. brltles. Is asad, Itolhthe l.iitin.liy id.I Silver ft.ilile^run llrst SJal aeoeas yesterday. thereI.' a t. alllliK and a slleklllll StStST^to Scottish Chh ttaln at the Duty lam h. FVaahfopMwill pgag hash up wMk si. Jacoboy r the jump.- and their will I^ a^horse rare. AndyMlDSUI II had to make a hoi drive^In Hi.- . . on.I Ii. at with .Montana to i s- aagsthe mi tia* JockeyI.--W. utko was up here last year,^|S rhNOSI at liar).ill Itoxemali Is also^rliltnx at the same Hack. Sylvesteris a very fair ,|iini|H-r SUSaUSV j^ertnu that \ . ^..-r.lay was his second rac-^over the stick*. FSSSxS Mi :-:n- Bag bred a ...Dpi, of!^mares to St. t'rotx. wli-i ti.ii raced at^An.o on.1.1 last season. ThereIs no starter that ran gel a Ibid j^of) with Jam. s It. Ferguson ^h. n h. Is ,^on hi-* mettle, a- wa-* -how n \.-st.-r.t^ Agitatawen th. l-yi ar-old pac, ..t Dt -^troll. Dlcgiasos .trove the son of Steln-^wav. Tlie fartatt le at i^ hit . r.-.llI was ' littM. ThreeItlti.-r limit bird horses finished^lirst yesterday. Woo.) Violet. 111.- dam of si Jacob, B ikts lbs teat ^^t Senator Bland IIIs tint Imim.l.ahlc that (' I.. CTsBMI ie.ivwin ii-\ ir- praam aut tin.-, tkts -^over ill her Mist start In his colors thtt aft erases St.Jacob demonstrate.I yesterday that j^he has not lost his nUMUUg in negotiating - Hie fellies Alllloliah . oil. ^ illlllt Weigh'. heeasily htui his Held Improvidente will not bo a starter In^the Transylvania stake, and l-M TI(iton^v.sierday teb-aiapl'ed Seii'.-lary Wilson^that the Daly nomination was fin sal. AiM'tlllott is In eltculatloii i.skiua tor^the retlii-lal. 111. in of Jim ke; Frank Duffy,^whose setting .town has always Is en eon [^st.tered a lack of judgment gg the part of^an Inalesl.l. official. Th.-lllttir Root Stock farm this year^bred the following Mvr mans to tniHirle.l^(told Flitch, now owned at Hant-hn del^Paso Frln an Braugli Red Snliuur.^linny. Itutlermi-re and I,a Trappe. Therew.-rr only seven ti.-kets sold on j^Allahabad straight ami Hob Taylor .11.1^BUt have out- of the tickets. Il win tht-^samc thing last y.ar neither his owner 1^or trainers having a ttoOStl ihe gay bo^paid uvir t - for a place. IheMoran stable, which Includes j^fir.mil Sachem, has bseS Sbltjgjai bat k to^the stork farm, flu pick will he sent^Fast In almtit a mouth. John Moran UJUS^loimerly a Jo. key and was for tjssafl con-^net-led with Hi. Willi, i- stab ^ He Is a^tempi-it ut ami thorough ttaim-r SamLUSUS returns to the ranch this^mor).Ing He not-* horn- several hundred ,^dollars richer on account of ills areut^faith In the Ml I'sed blood both St. ,^Jacob and AK.hatiad having that ileslru- '^bit* strain close up. Of course he did not^overlook the Inverness filly Yule.^Red Seal, a ^-year-old roll bv Red Heartdam aacs M by Mark Fh*M the2:IT tjaaU at Deltoit. mi, ing ihe sc. -^ond heal In Mia, llumi s w ^n Hi. in^Bgfee on the Mime day In : ^ . i^ and^2:(^', Behliul l.lni wen- Frank Mti.Ta.h, '^SpMnxi tta N, ihe fOrues and niht rs Tin s|s.,lv ttlly T. .1 Itwin. 1.1 e,l hereso aueeoasluBy on the local tracks^last winter. Is now in Ni w York In J. tl. 1 Foiiansbee'satahtaa Cbartt* Ktrr of the I^famous Antrim Slot k farm Is saM to be j^Hi. i. i ow. . ^ ^f ii, mi, i.... jnhn^Mat-key has always niaiiag.-.l h, - racing '^ard Ii ase,I h.-r ijuahi:.-- i.i-i winter to j^(irolg.-Ro^^ -San Fraia Iscu 1.1. h inge. Duringtacts ):. A ^ V train leav^^ing Anatondn 11 a. in . arriving Hutte^at titsin, will tarry i ass ngt r Vanl amp's Perk ami It-aio IT., now buys a Columbia, ths lasat h)msde. St .1. A King. Afull Irne ^ ' t..i- in |e ^ turf gondiisrTagan A.- Lot Forsanitary gtaUaMag am and bet^water beating, see Young A. Drxvll. ABOUTTHE CITY. CutHow era dally at lirelg's.^Com I oaoksge, neu Davidson block.^Delicious cream suds^McCaffery's. I'lltprtces on shot s People*' store. J.J Ryan of DenvSC Is In the city. Halfand half, k Daly ^ Mat ron s. I!it: xi ni.ii ^ del barlier shop, In-eteant freexet* st Orelg'R. Mrs.J. M. Kennedy paid a visit tu^Uutte yesterday. Them west style* of picture frame*,^moderate price* at Mahan Droa.' MissMamie Chun ami Mr*. William^Kllm went to Salt Luke on Sunday XI \. Miller, businesa manager of IheBultO Miner, was in the city yta-^tcnlaj t\A. Tuttle and family went to^Hie, us lake yesterday for a cainping holiday. JuilgcHrantly was In the city FOB*^tenlay fur the |iur|s^*e of Inutlng^ehainlirr motions. la-st^A gold brooch. Kinder please^lt;,ve at Stamlard rfflre. Anaconda,^and receive reward. Mrs.Judce Fill I'at rick. Mrs. ^i. S. K.^Wismr and Mrs II M. Nell left for^Ball Lake ag Sunday lieiirg.-Anglemyer ami Miss l.nla A.^BrWWg writ- mairlid on Sunday ev -ii-^lag] by ihe Itev a ^ llealy. Thewheels Wright sold for a ^ong^air all gi.io In has nio'f Ihrl lie Will^sell for a sung and a speech. LostSt. Bernard female pup Suit^^able i.-ward lo any one returning tu^Mrs Von Knhn (113 Kaat Fourth sir I l. aM, Walkd. chairman of the coun^^ty board of equalisation, and ids son, l'.i, 11 Walker, g,, to Sail Lake to-day. Mrs. II S. Neu I. Mi-.s Ktlna Seal,^Mrs J. Ii. Reynolds. Mrs. Pickett and^i Miss Blidl- It rtOOlll started tu Salt^Lake yesterday. earnsWeeds, far in ing ^ vagrant amia suspicious person, vvus SOAtOUCfd^to tfi ditya in the county Jul I yesterday^by Judge Dmioghuc. AttorneyHeorge B W instiin, on b-^j half of Amanda Johnson, til -d papers^fur divorce front Joel Johnson, on the^..iiHinds of desertion and abandonment NancyHanks and FrtJgeO Ni II.^cliingeil with robhliig Freeman Howell,^wen- bound over to appeal for trial In^the district court by Judge Donogliue^In thr sunt of 1750. Thisi veiling tln-ir will be a special^mSStlng HI the Salvation nruiy bar- lii-ks whin Brigadier Howell, ths new^; provincial ofBcer for this province,^! will be pi t sent. All are Invited to al-^lt ml. TheHi stt session of the i ounty beard^ni OfjaullBBlton was held yestt rdav. Theyvvin be In oooataoi until aoea lo |(lay. They will meet on Monday urnl^Tuesday of each wet k until the iniddlc^of August Conred Kohra of Deer Lodge, pepu-^taiiy know n as the Cattle King of^Montana, was in the city yesterday.^H, is iiiu it st. it iii ih. Montana Meal^company, and ha held an Interview^with th. board nf inualloolltut relating^in sonic back tag s I'nlon Kvangcllstle service* were^In id Inst iiigin in Hi. Presbyterian^rhuroh by the young Irish one Sen^tish evangelist* King and McGregor,^Tin- services win continue throughout the work, comnielltlllg St X o'clock .gch tvenlng, ah arc lat Haa, Inthe dk*trhrl court yesterday At^^torney Buaruian beojan an action for^C. P Uovenojoau ami Jeff Anderson as plaintiffsagainst John /.el I hi and^Others as defendant* to enforce a me^^chanics' lien on n building being erect. elon parts of lots II ami H, in block^2H. city. DanO'Brien, who vvus recently sen*^fenced by Judas Donoahue to remain^away from Anaconda for a period of^three Months, rami- Inn k to town yes^^terday aflat only 00k week's abs, in -.^lb- was r a arrested ami brought before^tin court who. this time sentenced him lo0j day s in Jull. Atthe Moataao i: f Wharton, Phillpoburg:William Bwlft, city. ^' ( Davtdeon,Butte; C, a Fun. Mont York:J. B. F. Reynolds J. Jacobs,^Denver; Mrs. K. May. Sol Bin kit s.^Miles Kltileti. Sam Martin, liny \v^Btapleton, 0, B. Bockwood, Butt* W^P. Dillurd. f-'oet Si,at. H. XI Jackson.^Kiinsa:- t'liy. K II W:lnp. F XI. Da^^vis, Butte; i^niis Jaahson, rlty; O, P,^Romlgh, Butte. Oearns \\ WTsntwertn,^Butts. M-irltgtitI Inb stietal. TinStai light club will give I heir^sei ond ball of the season this evening aiFlench salt, cornet Fwartk uiui^CneatnoM, TheFight oi I h -l ent in ^ A portfolio ofhalf tones, -.a calendered paper B cent*and one Standard coupon. ****B^^**e***v*^#*^*g*n#^* |P^ffoJn1|B|Bj|oj^ tI^t^t t i S1 pecial WatchSale THlbWiiLK GoodWatchesFromt'p! THE MOSTEXCITING CONTESTS OFTHE AnacondaRace Meeting WtLLbf! witnk.sskd this win^ThQ Gard For To-Datj Isti gratitl one, urnl iaeindoo tho Bittor Koot Stakes for^Pticers mill the Kttvalli Stakes for HunticrK. nroTmrirsTrrjrrir ZTO-DAY UliULJULII Jl^ SLSLXXSL 6RACES TO-DAYi sumiL ^m SLSLSULSUL sJ OXTl'KSBAV KBXT THERACI:S WILL BEGIN AT BUTTE i:i.!..\udu:ksOF wkatiikk OOMDITIOXG /O. A, TIPTON, Manager. -mmsm aaHat (on of the natural vtmi force,^tliiucd - asie. a i ii,b iii destruction AKrrat many men from twenty to tiity^yrats cf age have indications of a waste^of nerve powrr. They have spells of vveaK-^ness wiiit-h seem most unnatural in a^Iron*; gsan, S*iots lloat lirfore the eyes,^sll^tii pains come in the hack, anil the^memory becomes less reliable. Then a^tffUkt of BaaSavatkag symptom* appear,^allowing that the nerves have lost their^Btrengtk, IhS mind has not Bo oltl vlgfir.^and lit physical man se.-ms lo have de-^^ lined. Cumparinu his BSSSSUI OOOasWMu^^ith Ihe man of live years ago. he can^sr.- the failure of his aeneral vltalllv.^ami In knows there Is a secret waste uo-^int on whi.-h will In time rob him of all^v ital pOWOC, rt nilerloK hint subject lo ev^^ery |,n-valllns disease and rultilnp his^rtKsllttitic.il i-enerally. This Is n0rt*g0g de^^bility, from which nine out of ten sufTer^in a more or less degree, if risOOhad early^g iiermancnt cure Is possible hut If al^^low el lo prOgTOUl It OrM destroy the^strnnnest nhysleal organization. This dls- ,-, ^t.:rt. iroiti esceaale* tagatlou of the brain,nerve.-, or n*SSCtSS, csiising the cx-^,ir.,l a tPi- pnw.-r crews les.i daily, from con-^It tan be euird by Dr.Sanden's Electric Belt Tin-foundation of the ncrvt s anil of all ihelr life Is , nlnial masnetlsm. or Klee-^trlcity. When the ^^ tSUt M drained of lis cnerey the nerve* arc robbed of Ihe elec-^liicily which furnhthOO tho nsOtlVS aoasr, and nothing will cure but the restoration^oi tail el clriial BfS, Dr, anasjsn'l BlSCtrlr Belt will saturate the human nerves^v.iih ..'I th. ataetrteal sntlgj they nth bsM. It docs thfS t very night while the tw^^in in sleepa, Ii , an b* UOOd at any time day or night, bin acts best while the^ntrroo Sr* resting, Its sffOOt is soothing. ,piloting to the Impoverished nerves, anil^cat h Him thai It Is aSaUS*1 It sOSrs* a VsaaSetUl energy In the weakened parts.^Bu| all. i ,|My this eaargy Is distributed where It Is most nee.jnl. ami as it gives^with each anpBlOllOn i lyht time* as much energy as Is required lo keep up the ao-^tlon of the hiin.an p.aehinerv. ihe excess h stored away to replenish Ihe power^which has bees w ted and In ^ few week* then- Is-wonderful to behold -a new-^man. It is be nt; gi oinpll'hetl gutty by tin- womb rtul appl'ance. Therearc tl rthOSMsiaJS of CUTSi fiom evtry State tS the i'nlon. Kerry town and i-.amieiin las reuntni has one gg mars ^ ho have boon cured hy Dt Bsndsn'i Bote. trielicit. Th. .- i in s are iriiorit d evi iy dav and tin ) prov. that the noad work hi^progressing while all other treatments are fulling. ThreeClasses of Men^ Free ADUVBMMSUt euro is onsejfOd in OB WSakasi OS Of men. A pot I t edition of the^ceb-iiraled BB iro-inetll al work. 1 Three I'hisscs of Men.^ Ilta*trated. Is sent free.^m-,,1,-,1. I v null mi application, livery young, mbldh ag-d or- sM man suffering the^^Bflhtest weakness should read It. It will point out an KASV. SI R): AM)^KDY \\ \^ r BBOAIM BTaUDtffTll tM' MiiAi/ni WMSM BTMKT-^'illlNC. Ill SI II AS KAILKI^. Send for It ;;t on. e. Il may save you, frcm years of^s- fl.n: n Hen'sKeliille Hosiery ooooocoooooo Ir.reliable colorings at right price*. We make an effort to aecure^In Hosiery, a* In other parts of our stock absolute values^the^kind that give* the most g or fa III sailslai tiuit. ExcellentCotton Half Hose Hlghtlyfinished, in any sire. Prices from SCto 25c WoolHose Substantialfor wear. Special values at 15c,20c, and 25c Boys'Bicycle Hose 10c,15c and 25c. TBIINVI MOR Of THK FAMOUS AMD WONDKRKUL Dr.Sanden's Electric Belt f WILLHE IN BUTTE,THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 22 AndWill Have km-ms at the rkDermott Hotel HEWILL REMAIN FOR TWO WBHU| CALL ASD SEE HIM. Th,-.-.treel-* of Butt, are erowd.-d with grstsful BOM and women who have re-^galnsd health and Strength tniangh lb* use ef th* wonderful Dr. BaaasU Kleetrle^Id II It nlv.-s the life ami energy ot ehctrlcily Into the body, destroys all disease andrestores health. 1Mllce bout ^. M a. in. to I g ni. Pa lief I). Mi Dermott Hotel, from Thursday.^July tu AiiKUit 4. TheNerve Power of Man. LxpjrienccProves That It Is^Electricity, and That Dr.^Sanden's Electric Belt^Will Kestore It. :MacCallum Cloutier 01503 BOM I'srk Av-flii|., Anssna U Jl^jWy^ikV.kJaivl.Vt.\^,vVv ' There'sa Good Deal of Bogus^About Clearing: Sales... Didyou ever no to buy from a laiK Andthe last just sold .1'' This i* aene tothe credulity of Ihe nubile for thei^upon which to establish n heulthy, per^1 ubllc soon learn their methods, not a^investigate after the first two Of thrc^alleged harK^ins--ciistoiners *hovv the^the gnr^ds are standard, our prices arc^tlrnt quality but simply tranh. thcii s 11^chnnuuM Is never seen In our It ore, Aharvain ought to bo aofnsthlng 0^tcrtii In any other sense. -alnek ^that must be cleared nut,^ and^by tinselupl nis ngfrcilWlllg) v ho trust^^UOCCHS. Thin is a frail foundatloii ojnnonlbitRinea*. and tho Intslltgsiil^yen Intsrsutlnc themoelves enough 10^o onnwbnolntinanta We often s.-.- those into us- and, nine times out Of ion, if^all the year through. If they arc B 'i^0 chance for comparison, for such mer- utOf ^!:.- ordinary. We never use the TheseAre Bargains FiguredMohairs, in brown and navy,^36-lnch wide, 15c a yard. t'hcvloiSuitings, :18 inchea; good col^^lection of Mtylca in msdittm, light mil^dark colors. These goods nr.- all wool^and sold frost] at Me. Itctluccd tu :10c-^a yard. I'rlntedLaw ns, pretty tolni ings and^pltasltiK ilcsl^iis that are sin.- to ex^^cite your admiration. The good.-: are^worth IOC, but the prior has been^marked down to S l-Jc a yard. :ttt-lnch Percale* -beauty and txccl- I leneoare woven together In must at*^lire live tl,signs. As a IVi-ale offering ofur.usuui merit tin* takes prseedenc*^over all others^f l-Sc a yard, worth I fx-. tYearn I,in- i- Dnniask. .r^* Inchs-n r-i.i- .^Bverwstlng ursar. Throe designs to^ch.i,,si- frolU iHfl a yard. BlenchedDuingoh. H lac has annd^quality^flic a yard. l.a.lies'Fast Black rotten Hose,^seamless, double heel and toe; extra^tin- Two pairs for BV. Children'!Pino Ribbed fast Hack^Cotton Hose, rem durable, l^c a pair. TheNew Tariff Willpvolmbly go into effect AflgTBtl 1. It will bring^ about^a sharp udvanee in Woolen stuff, espermlly manufactured^clothiug. Better take advantage of our clearance sale of^summer Clothing. You can buy AnySummer Suit in Our Store Now forLess Than Wholesale Cost Justthink of it^all wool suits $4.00; tino cassi-^inero suits $5.00: Imported Hootch Twead Suits in^all tho latest plaids, $G..^)0 and $7.00.. STRAW HATS, STRAW HATS Wehave a line line of high grade straws. We^have cut the prices on then in two. H.S. ASCHHEIM, No.9 riain Street. lePioneer Clothier TlieInventor of the famous ami wniijeifiil Htfniwouft'M Dr. Sanden's Electric Belt lb\p*rtWnl**hnink#r*, U'J 111 *\^m- AGreat Bargain Owingto my laaMllty to out ossfu^condui-i i.iy jttnre and ranch al ti *^tame time, i have coat radii to oil, i^my ranch for rale at a great OBCftflco^it la htcatsd live miles cast of Ana. st^da and one mllr north of Warm^Hiulngs. contain* fas acres gndtr fem e^naler rights, residence and sufficient^outbuildings. I Will sell with r .p'.r-^mcnta fm M.M0; I3.0O,) raah. h.tla,i. * eg^time. It is lu.it the plare for the daisj^bualness. good markets twins near nt^Kind 'IT.i pries Is a trine lets than Is^per a-re and wag than I paid for tt.^Title unquestionable. Apply or address^Peter lanotngj. I^eer Lodge, Mont. CHICAGODYE HOUSF^otaBeatfianaauutaV AiMc^sja Theonly place In Anaconda that does^rtrst-clars work In cleaning and presslna^n en's clothe*, women's druses, silks, kid^Steres and nne wearlne apoerel. Our^cbaraes ^re ni iterate. Be sure and ^o to^the il^ i.i pi ice. 8^ Kast Cumairrclal avc-^nue, Anaconda. OrMbo in Itutte Thursday morning. July Ba, atgf will have rooms nt the McUer-^mott Hoti I. He will remain for two weeks. CALLAND SEE HIM Tliestreet! .if Itutte arc crowded nrlth grateful men urnl womni vv lio have re-^Rulncl li.-alili ,.^! ttrengtl- thtUUgh lb) us- of tlie nSUOS'fUl Dr BonBon Klei-trle^it.it Ii ,iv, il.. life ii nd cnerg) of electricity Into the hotly, destroys ull disease andi ston s h- ulih. OBkebeers, .. a. m. to ^ p. m. I'arlor |), McUermo-t Hold, from Thursday,^Jul^ ^. lo August t. Ifyou eaaael caB on I^r. Bundtn seed for hook. ^Three Classes of Mvn,'' free SAND-NELECTRIC COMPANY _'.^^:^Wasiiitiotnii Strt-i't, rortUnd, Ore. -0v UNIONIRON WORKS BUILDERSO. MININGMACHINERY btatlfTrtanOlBOO. Caliroi nla. SENOFOR CAT\t.CUl'US, oV^ %%- MuslinWARRF^N^S Underwear CROWDSTOOK ADVANTACE OF OUR GreatUnderwear Sale Hundredsof pieces were sold. To-d iv we expect^a sireater rush, but arc fully prepared for it. Just^think of it! One-ThirdRegular Price Forbright new stuff, no old plunder trrown gray with^age. To-dayanother Great Sale of Shoes. Children's^Slippers, all colors, 808, 79c and 89e. 7.500yards Lawns, Organdies and Dimities, val^^ues up to GOc yard, 1Oc yard WARREN'S 409East Park Avenue,Anaeonda, Montana.