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Constipation May be permanently overcome ty proper personal efforts \v»tKlKc assistance of the one truly beneficial laxative remedy, Syrup of tigs and Elixir of Senna, whim enables one to form regular habits daily so that assistance to na ture may be gradually dispensed with when no longer needed as the best of remedies,when required, arc to assist nature and not to supplant the natur. a) functions, which must depend ulti» mately upon proper nourishment, proper efforts,and right Jiving generally. To get its beneficial effects, always buy the genuine J ' Syrupffigs^JDixir'°/Sennci California Fio Syrup Do. only GOLD BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS one sire only, repular price ol)£ j>er iiottlo A Vacation. A certain scientist in the service of Undo Pi'ill nt Washington is said to lie a hard taskmaster to both his of ficial and Ids domestic servants. Being detailed once to accompany a scientific e: j edition on an extended cruise, the scientist is said to have unbent a trifle in communicating the news to hi.; personal attendant. "Henry," said ho, "how would you like to go with mo around the world?" "Do we go from east to west, sir?" asked the man. "Yes." "And we lose a day going that way, do we not, sir?" "We do." "Then, sir, I should like very much to go. It would give me a day off." PATENTS. List of Patents Issued Last Week to Northwestern Inventors. Reported by Lothrop & .Johnson, patent lawyers, 911 Pioneer Press building, St. Paul, Minn.: William Belli, Scotland, S. D„ eaves-strip; Adolph W. Berliner, Cayuga, N. D., elevator bucket; Henry S. Blood, Bot tineau, N.' D., stovepipe joint; Thom as J. Dunning, Chatfleld, Minn., lawn mower; Abner Johnson,- Strandquist, Minn., snap-hook; Knute Leidal and VI. Hiring, Webster, Minn., carrier; David H. Quinn, Williams, Minn., water tank heater. One Way to Wisdom. "I think," said the gay youth's father, "it's about time yon stopped this foolishness and began to acquire a little wisdom." "My scheme," replied the youth, "is to acquire wisdom by first determin ing how foolish I can he." • Social Helps. "Her marriage got her a place in so ciety." "Weil?" "And her divorce clinched it." $100 Reward, $100. The readers uf this paper will ho pleased to learn that there Is at least one dreaded disease that Bcleuce has been able to cure In all Its stages. aud that la Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure now known to the mcdlual fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a coustitu ttouul treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken In ternally, acting directly upon the blood aud mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assist ing nature In doing Its work. The proprietors have so much faith In Us curative powers that they offer One Hundred Hollars for any case that it foils to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address F. J. C1IF.NEV & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all Druggists, Tie. Take Hall's Family Fills for constipation. Clinging to the Tag. "Seen Mrs. Showoff's new imported gown?" "Yes; she hadn't removed the price tag. I called her attention to it yester day." "I called her attention to it last week." Such Is Life. Tlie inevitable, to a poor but beauti ful girl, is an oldish man with a nar row chest and a million dollars. Usually she accepts him. For Over Half a Century Brown's Bronchial Troches have been unexcelled as a cure for hoarseness, coughs and sore throat. Advice. Don't hoard your coin, oh, married V man, In' trousers pockets deep; For' wives and burglars oft contrive To get it while you sleep. There are only a few certainties in the world. One is the mother; you can always depend upon her. HAVE YOU BEAD Swedenborg's -Heaven and Hell, lour hundred pages, revealing a sen-ible heaven and an inevitable hell. 16 cents in stamps. Pastor Uandenberner, Windsor Place. St. Louie. Mo. PATEHTS^fsSa^'iS "JS 3 iS 21 nnpns's C»e Water j -------♦---- PROPOSED CATHEDRAL AND HIGH SCHOOL AND BISHOP OF HELENA 1 PLAN CATHEDRAL AND SCHOOL. To Make Helena Catholic Educational Center of Northwest. The Catholic corporations of Hel ena, of which Rt. Rev. J. P. Carroll, ns bishop of the diocese, has charge, purposes expenditures in Helena in the immediate future amounting to many hundreds of thousands of dol lars. The new buildings intended to he j erected include a new cathedral at a .cost cf a third of a million dollars, a l college, a high school and a House of Good Shepherd. A. O. Von Herbulis of Washington, D. C„ has been employed as an archi tect for the various structures, and has submitted plans to Bishop Carroll and his advisory committee, and they have been accepted. While it has not been definitely de termined, it is more than probable that the buildings will be constructed of marble either from quarries in the vicinity of Helena or an Eastern prod uct. The new cathedral of St. Helena will be built in the decorated and geo metrical style of Rhineland and Goth ic architecture, as representative of the Votive church of Vienna. Austria, for which it will be patterned. It will be styled original of design, harmony of proportion and beauty of material. The edifice will he built in the form cf a Batin cross. The exterior will be a series of towers, battlements, pedi ments, pinnacles, windows, beautiful doorways and bold projections. The extreme dimensions will be 150x24G feet. The principal facade will be on North Warren street on a plat of ground valued at $25,000 and the gift of Col. Thomas Cruse, the Helena banker. It will be flanked by two towers and decorated with foliage, capitals, cluster moldings, rich orna ments and foliated tracery. It will have a height of ninety-six feet to the top of the gable, the latter being crowned with the statue of St. Helena, twelve feet in height. There will be also niches for the patron saint of the diocese of Helena and for the patron saint of the Catholic church of the United States. The towers on each side will be twenty-four feet square, rising to a A Nature Fake. "What's this?" yelled the star. Green snow? I won't stand for it." "You'll have to," retorted the man ager. "White paper is so high that I told the property man to tear up a few stock certificates." Same Jokes. In modern vaudeville half the sketch soaks the other half with a newspaper. In former Athens he used a news papyrus, and in ancient Nineveh he used a cuneiform tile. The line of con versation, however, remains the same. height of 130 feet. They will uphold eight-sided spires, rising to a height of 185 feet above the ground, each crowned with a cross fourteen feet in length, making a total height of 200 feet. The main nave will be 48 feet wide, 111 feet long and 74 feet in height and will have a. seating capacity of 928 people. The plan will, be fireproof, with floors of Mosaic finish. The cov ering of the roof and spire will be of slate. The heating will be by vapor and the ventilation of the casuum sys tems. The college when completed will be a structure three times the size of Montana's most noted building—its state capitol. This structure will not be wholly completed at first, this di mension being the ultimate plan. It is the hope of Bishop Carroll to make it the leading Catholic school of Northwest. It will be three stories in height and patterned in the rough after the White House at Washington, as also will be the high school. The high school will be situated in the same block as the cathedral, and it is understood that negotiations Old Man to His Bay. A wise man once said to his son: Whenever you think of a pun, Go out in the yard And kick yourself hard And let me begin when you've done. , —Cornell Widow. In a Utah Newspaper Office. "What can I-do for you madam?" "I am the latest wife of Elder Jones, who died this morning, and I'd like to have you say In the obituary notice that I am his most immediate rela tive."—Harper's Weekly. have about been completed for an In dependent tract of land for the col lege. The House of. the Good Shepherd will be handsome and will accommo date about 500 pupils. The late Peter Uarson of Helena be queathed to Bishop Carroll for his dif ferent enterprises nearly $200,000, and it is understood that the bishop has assurances for such sums as will maintain the plan of the various struc tures as soon as it is possible for workmen to complete them. Bishop Carroll hopes to make Hel ena ihe leading educational center, not only of Montana but of the North west. CCOUTS HUNT GAME KILLERS. Government Hunters Prepare for Cc.rs peign Againct Liens. Wolves, Etc. Ceorge Beck of Helena, who is pres ident of the Yellowstone Park Trans portation company, has returned to Helena for the winter season from Wonderland. He states that at the press nt time hundreds of elk. deer and antelope are coming down from the high altitudes to the meadows, | and can bo soon near Gardiner and j the Mammoth Hot Springs. Mountain [ sheep are also coming down in large numbers. lie says that, feed is very pie nii'nl. and that there is a sufficient sui ply to carry the game over the win ter in splendid shape. Government scouts in the park are prepared for another season of hunt :n£ mountain lio ns, timber woh end coyotes, wh.if' i) cause gr u:t Ft rue Jtion to nr. n.v • other wild g.i Tho .governmont i 's Appoint;- 1 quit nuiM ■ , r Of til iPO : ■''■oats, and it L; j:cc t: . d that they v. ' *! 1 mul.o awry w a 1 is ■ o trim bo.' of those animals. JUr.ORG CELL VERD1CTG. | Cyctcrr.r.Gc Bribery Charged in Men I term. Upon scnsr.i ionr.', affidavits of j -Trines V. Collins, president of tho I Olympia Prewing company, and De tectives Udwanl Morrisey and James i Larkin, Amos Doncy, a member of the iuiy panel now attending Department No. 1 of the district court, was arrest ecl on a bench warrant at. Butte on a j charge cf soliciting a bribe. ; In the affidavit it is alleged that ! Doncy agreed fer the sum of $5(1 to | secure a verdict in favor of the de i fendant in a case coming up for trial. He is alleged to have said that a different member cf the jury was ap pointed to take cate of the various cases coming up and that verdicts were guaranteed. TO TAP HILL'S MINES. Iron Claims in Belt Mountains Will Be Reached by Railroad. The Billings & Northern (Great Northern) grade from the new town of Windham to the company's big coal mine a few miles from that place was completed last week and is ready for the steel. From the shaft the en gineers are running their survey along Willow creek, and it. is said will sur vey for a branch to the head of the creek, in the Belt, mountains, a dis tance of about fifteen miles. There James J. Hill lias a group of promis ing iron claims which h.e has owned tor fifteen years, mid it is understood that he now intends to develop them. Ii is understood that a force of men will be kept at work all winter build i ing the grade to the iron property, which in spite of the long haul neces sary to make the ore available may develop into a valuable asset for the company. Clerical Inventors. Io the list of clerical inventors you might add the Rev. E. L. Berthon, the I de -igner of the famous boat bearing | his name, which is In use almost all over the world. Nor was this by any moans the only notable invention of the versatile Hampshire vicar, for the world owes to his fertile brain a speed indicator, horizontal berth for cattle at sea, collapsible pontoons, and many other useful appliances. It was Mr. Berthon, too, who first conceived the idea of the screw propeller, the ver dict on which by the admiralty ex ports (in 1835) was that "it was a i pretty toy, which never would and j never could propel a ship." Among I other clerical inventors we cannot | overlook the Rev. E. Darnley Smith, j originator of an ingenious device for protecting choice fruit from the at tacks of birds and wasps, and the late Bishop Stubbs, who invented and patented a "Sleepy Hollow" chair. Lord Randolph at the Bank Door. Sir Edward Hamilton, who retired from the treasury on Saturday, speak ing of the chaneelors of the exche quer under whom he has served, said that Lord Randolph Churchill "was often very nervous while at bis treas ury work—felt himself, I think, a lit tle out of his depth. I remember his standing in front of the Bank of Eng land's door and saying to me, 'I'm too m . \ oils to go in. It took me quite a quarter of an hour to get him. 11 " was going to see the directors, and 1 think he was afraid of saying some thing which would reveal his ignor ar.ee." Wax Producing Insects. An interesting series of wax pro ducing insects from India, China and elsewhere has been placed in the British Natural History Museum at South Kensington. From the secre tions of one species of these little creatures—found In profusion on the hark of fig and other trees—a number of articles of commercial value are produced. Among these aresealing wax, shellac, seedlac and butterlac specimens of which are exhibited at the museum side by side with the wax in its original form. No Lasting Trace. "Dai ling," whispered the young lover tenderly, as he raised her sweet enameled face from his shoulder to gaze into her eyes, "what an impres sion you have made upon me!" "O, that'll brush off," she murmur ed lightly, as she flicked his coat col lar with her fingers; "it's only face powder." Inst'llrr.ents. Church-—Do you suppose they will ever get that awful smell out cf the subway ? Gotham—I don't know. I know I take a lot of it out with me every day! JOIN mu EXCLUSION TO TEXAS Gulf Const. Leaving St. Paul Jan. 7. Then. F. Koch Land Co., Globe Bldg., St. Paul. The ] ower of a truth depends less on the brilliancy of the setting than on the character of the source. Many a church is trying to make up for the putty in the pulpit by the starch in the pews. IVE PAY TOP PRICES FOR CttEA'W. Cash every day. Write for prices and tags. MILLER & HOLMES. St. Paul. Minn. Some folks never appear to enjoy life's roses until they sit down among its thorns. NO MORE MUSTARD PLASTERS TO BUSTER THE SCIENiIFIC ADD MODERN EXTERNAL COUNTER-IRRITANT. Capsicum-Vaseline. EXTRACT OF THE CAYENNE , PEPPER PLANT TAKEN DIRECTLY IN VASELINE DON'T WAIT TILL THE PAIN COMES—KEEP A TUBE HANDY A QUICK, SURE, SAFE AMD ALWAYS READY CURE FOR PAIN-PRICE "V IN COLLAPSIBLE TUBES MADE OF PURE TIN-AT All DRUCCISTS ANin DEALERS. OR BY MAIL ON RECEIPT OF 15c IN POST ACE ITaM PS A substitute for and superior to mustard or any other plaster, and'will net b.ister the most delicate skin. The pain-allaying and curative qualities of the article are wonderful. It will slop the toothache at once, and relieve Head ache and Sciatica. V/e recommend it as the best and safest externa! counter lrn ] al ], t " ! ? own ' abo as arl eternal remedy for pains in the chest and stomach and ail Rheumatic, Neuralgic and Gouty complaints. A trial will prove what we claim for it, and it will be found to be invaluable in the household and for children. Once used no family will be without it. Many people say "it is the best of all your preparations." Accept no preparation cf vaseline unless the came carries our label, as otherwise it is not genuine. Ccnd your address ar.d we will mail our Vaseline Booklet describing our preparations which will Interest you. 17 State St. CHESEBROUGH MFG. CO. Ncv/ York City W.L.DOVGLAS , SHOES AT ALL PRICES, FOR EVERY „ MEMBEROFT«E FAMILY, WEN, BOYS, WOMEN, MISSES AND CHILDREN. makes and soils more ^ iff?* 5 fL- S3 ' 00 S3.51S shoes rep. ' n *nufacturor In tho SK**' because they hold thole "©!) _____ enape, fit hotter, wear lonoor, and Eir rsis*?' SSy oSSS ^ \w w w* onoos In the world to-day* mmg m — t'.xrluuvelv* ' ^ an d $S Gilt Edge Shoes cannot bo aqua fled at any price, ■titnto A sLlTlV,l^>~, W -U Bouclas name and price is stamped on bottom. 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