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Jrnt a Ai. WMATWW LEFOST.
J j ?Temp. Wied Weather. I R ::I:: : if. h n dril befere a member means below seen. PULl LOCAL M5l5e ineainate temperature, 31. Miabeum tamperstar.. 16 Mess temperature ZI. Precipitation in I..t 34 hours.. 41 il. It. ROYNTON, Onerver. WW4~lº1HEN Vait~l ~'iIT Wasuapormo, Nov. 17 To obterver. Maier City. Mosmats: Montauna Loc.a1l ons todni.t colder in wet peart tonight Sunday fair and PiARRINITOt4. I 'feof Wr atl..'r Conn. . Noes-The shamr forrea.t is for r houet frm C ma. n.. Its Bate McIntire Merc. Co. The Big Double Store. " WE SHOE THE PEOPE'." Saturday's sales in our Sboe Depart meat were the LAMsu.I.X oN R comn Wby? Beceuse we sell Leading Lines boms at the. right priee. NO ONE I)O'URTt it whon we say that "ur ConrnovAp $5.00 Shoe te the It).4$ OF THE RO1I.. Prritt Stylish an.) t' ."fortable Lareer~ A TItlAL I'4M.L i'I(11ENT to swing ani line. "ýa Umpks LImP 1 Men's Patent Lasther Shue in new shapeeand No I quality at $5 OC lIr pair. Our RAZOR TOE is a trade wianer. Over Shoen. Oar msan Box. Felt Boor, Felt Suppers, and everything in fool wear to heep you warm thi winter. MHE DAILY JOURNAL * MILEn CITT. MUWWAWA. LOCAL ITUMS. pdO 1nae IS te ear was !M ta. tauhtthtoagr healr M t . C. D"q e i hybe Alw~ a. * - Four Dollar DRESS PATTERNS are selling like hot oakes on a cold morning. To see them is to GREAT VALUES. THE FINEST ASSORTMENT of Ladies', Ohildrens and Gentlemen's HANDKERCHIEFS ever Mtiles City now ready for your approval. SILK INITIAL HANDKERCHIEFS for Ladies and 3ee our Embroidered ones at 10c. Nice School Handkerohieol 50o Der dozen. We still have a good anent of LADIES' CLOAKS at popular Drioes and correct Styles. FOR BARGAINS come and See Themp.... Grev Fungs @ffm. ". T. E. Hammond returned to Forsyth on last eaeaing's train. J. II. Tmnwu assise in the city last evening from Chicago. cawt Leave orders at Tally's grocery store for first quality lignite coal delivered at g2.76 per to.. " W. L. KEsasUN . The fusedmi fumi Warhiagtoo pre diets fair tnsight with colder is west half tonight. Thursday fair and colder. The only way to cure cstareb is to purity the blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla purifiee the blood and tones up the whole system. The Keogh tiSoal dub will give a dance at the Manqueen house tonight. The dance including supper will only cast 0110. A generral invitation is is sued to all. ibm BOW mss rae. we g"e w r aeseela Whbm do was a (Id. dboerted for oneeria w1.m As m l s ditnisng caist Whr ie 1st atateeslsassessm emostag The ladies society of the Epinoodal church will hold their meeting Thurs day afternoon at the residesce of Mrs Ed Campbell. With all but Dawson and Flathead counties heard from officially on the capital vote. Helena has a majority of neurIy 1.5100 over Anaconda. HIwen o'clock last evening found quite a gathering in front of T. J. Newman's glve store gazing through the bolted door at a lamp hanging in the window. The lamp was blazing very high and it was feared that the heat generated would cause it to explode. Word was son as soon as posesble to Misa Newman who arrived in time to check what might have been an interesting blass. Ueath of rataer dahb. Taylor John. an old and highly ef teemed citisen of Glendive. who about two months age turned up at (the Mac queen house ind this city, la a state of mental aberrldoemgnd'sfter proper ez amuatlom was taken to the asylum at Warm springs, died on the 15th inst. The deceased was a ntive of PNsieyl veals and was 56 yease old. He was a e.hdter of member of Olemilve Lodge No. Ni K. of P. whach body condueted the funeral services at Oleedive yester day. In the diat*!t court yestaidy a sae. of eivil eae swere dispased of sad vae 2he dseiesh of the gSok Omewae bask ve. The WOter Neablels Ig6t C. Judgment to *0e gbale aaggth is to als war.aes**.* jt.*6are Oicrs A s" ma ii .ks a Vhs uasels.. Ysdgebsst hr ee Oft ub dmL lea . Ceo. sen w Sp p-l -pe admaiekteter !sr go ad*e of JoheaseGlsase, d/ssmsd. IL P. L L vs. Thsa. Alsmar - sdMesd us aeusi. Hats ve. Oasuie Wasb r 15 y wasse gaassm id dera - Sr *th II , AnL sa0JV33sa ACkXOWIutoGea3U Rihor Quts. at she. Oaw. RMeaw 3 .pread. to a etsset.ees Mesaer I. ls. V. im. este e[ Lbe ses. Casy LOs.. The reades of th Jouasu, will so doubt remember, that acrtly after the clome o the recent capital eampaiga, the lades of the MNtes Oty dlma tes'r the Capital deb" in the fuflses at their joy over the smouess of Mfeless ad right. ly attributing no email messeue 3of that success to John N. Qsila, ..t Use Miner, met him, as a meesto at the event, a slver but to ineubed with the legend "I waee aes," acnompasled by a mt of resonutions adopted by the dlub. Today the ladles ara Ue receipt at the following acknowledgement of their gift and words of cemmeadation Is brother Qulnsts best style: Burrs, Nov. 1s, 1W Mrs. (eo. Aflertos, Preaideat; Mrs. Jesse Hasion. Beeretarg; Mrs. H. W. Meltire, Treasurer, Womes,'. Hel mu for he Capital Club. Mile. City, Monatana. Your choice of as emblems with which to express your apprecatios of the small part which I pasi I the capital contest I. mast and complies tary sad the *snuua of post veseda loama eloquaust and inspiring. In speak ing of the great itrua~le for Montana'. liberty you may that ws there" sad do me the honor of re agsisg mes a I champles at the wemea at Montaa" I accept your compliment. in the spirit in which they were given, but deny that I am in the sligtest degree more of a champion cf ste womn of Montana than any one of the thousands of loyal I men who stood up for their homes and fresadie den4 -mt their ballot. in de tease of the state's integrity. Nay, eves more. I would not assume by word or anference that men who voted in the wrong, balieltag it- to be lathe right, have not within their breads that same a love of hems and respect for the moth e.o and daughters of the state which in cidentally found expression in the col umms of the Miner. However, in aakaowledging the re I ceipt of what I consider sahigh a corn plimeat as it as possible for man to be paid-a word of appreclation from the noble women of Miles City-I cassot retrain from an expression at gratitude for the splendid smrvicae rendered by you and your gracious sisters throughout the state: Permit me to say that when the battle wavead Ilerst sad the bravest were Is doubt. "You were there." sad by pore posmsesud lespir I".g sacoonged every are whome syma s wen on the side of, what you selieved to be the right. = mams 9berish reeeleittales olt hoebm been a beg sad hita than t y urs mpe ased smd u atewd_ la coscluelos it seams auemesy to add that the emti way this thiag ma be end p Is er Mr. Qlse to some bae sad t bhe asslstaaness of the6&,, Ism. Th mseamle easset B to Meb. A Zeo bmate Isemass. D.w.7 ule., if amlteases N. T. ** se b sns epar. hoa as LMý ý thassesst raspgnZkgle wm. tga go Fire. Shortly alter 11 o clock last night .hots wer heard in every directios hI lowed shortly by the Mre whistle at the heltrio light station. The Ore was soe located and toned to be is the basm situated is the hollow eo the eat sde of Sixth straet just below brdp. Ae the besm was merely a shed and the ne bad ga-n" enashledae beaid belese the arrival at the depart.met, it was muaes to try mad save it for wa tetare good so the bays applied Ye water ad axe la the galest way to extiaguish the ames. The hoai belaugad to o. Uniles. The origin dt the hMol is aot known bet is eupposed to be work at iaosedldins. "Wore yas i the agat'" ad" m eafr f a- ldMerly saie eela ausmer steer taking a tam. "Had a It taers dl, lsm." ..amed yow ti7n- did year, "No. ask I rum " "ea. at the sac tee did year "Yes, sal. Would have rue .oer it I had heowu it was omsta." "Wy,. that is set vey ceditable to yaw -seraga " "'Ds ian't my Rhne dsh--eabIs my "Well, but have yea. svsed fur yeaw seputeblhs "'Regptaties's aodds to teay the stde f clla." "Do y70 oader your OtN weath tae then ether peopldea" "It'. wlee sme to end eML "-is. "Grandpa, wkat does 'P 1 ' mem'" "Nowadays, my boy, t iseanes aeyig r m who Is qutte 'asmart' "-Lila A Celse CIl. Dad-I bad a lose eall last might. sped--Hows Dud-Man in the room next to sine waked to we an hour over the aminm. -Detrolt Fiye Prsm. Mvwwftg it Vta. Owner eo uase age (looMkg lyte at eate m)-.M~a iar ade eper Chs.B yea - .ggi aihts wae(, bth gallape"Overa ts'!Wd. >M edpM at 3n te .II **' l tl a **iw..W* IVnm The P.' re of PMUh. "Mv friend." raid the candidate for seharit of Chb yevnu. drawinga cote Amager dcae to hbs mean, of lveli hoed, "do you wpst to make N easy to ' tl. WiMen a y dmoy fner, *Is abae 0 arts amaong Yon who will de ay aft ueatnr you .pia your hsis Inhe sear d the hadl dhoat: 'Kary #, I wa. Tom am a a sm l I wsowe Jsr and reand Rta tf.s eMp Vtas T4.e I will cal yon dowt tand yen emicatoen bat yoa will get Vhe rthele. Is it a gor' "I tried the same thing in Butte City a year agS and the candidate jumped a as so hard that the aedlenos Meked mas otat the hall and sod ase out d I townasn a ral. I ddn't get the $t ai r thee. Try it on oares cns elms. I've been there "-Bogton Herald. Cay ea.a [ The pebbe will pleas, remember that I a mrsieig a city back, making two regular trips to Port Keegh at 190 and 6 o'elocir p. m. WWl maks klltrnae ad ourry psasegers to maod from nay pot at the city fa rty CegIs. Night calls and parties attended to. Imave orders at Loverlaeg & Thurman'. etabis. Peat partie after night, amO a trip. " J. H. Pan.ues. Headache, Dlyspepsia, lnimigestion Ancao esbybad boat, and by a run do. n. worn eut eoail 11co of the body. Remember H OWt'S .*-* Be sure to' get C i Hood's -or-_ Poul~try Saturday Morning fbr Thonkirgming Turkeys. Ohiokens GeeseI. Danks. Q06rearly and gt our - we W. -40I.N. iiN a p in KIND OF SUDDUN LIK ~ , ISN'TI ITA This cold snap makes a that winter is here. Are pared for it? We are, wth. best lay-out you ever saw. CLOI I All the way from but that $1 3.0 of ours you can't where at St5.4o; we twice. If you want sometdug we have got them as eod cm be had i. the mako=t. How Are You Fie s * '.