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vOLIJh VII,--; TUML.U 16. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY MAY 28, 189i,. PIII'E FIVE CIlN', ..-T'Y7".- -- --- -- - ..... -. -~ .I- .. ...~-------- ----;- ------------ -- An Elegant Line of Straw Hats W just receivedt km th r .Op e's .ne w t ev shown if Giest FPs This. designs the ma ket nitde foin May ad ane in 9a8; By all oddheps ahiolesti tlin the market tns sprng is the "O lishpese" atWe e in all seIt sors" and ·inlowmg tid " sors for negligee eM Afift. fores everybody know that we th you a ,line oAhrom as ,to ·eieft a that are beived the largest s n4d are sold from prie to he5 aen where. Lots of new thinpg in this line shcame in jst styles ently. We a show you the prettie(t ,line of a these shirts, inolndinq 'g iuh obee breeted makes as utter ds for sette'M and Wilo n Bro.' ev pri es thmarket thrill sell them. We warrant ver hm in all hirt. of m nkyiic .,nlatewbo , In this department we show you the solartest syles or spowring and.i summer. Have you seen the new b edora"? This vtsty. If l test out. Ita is lighter sid:eolethan, sa; hit , fnd equally as dresey. We show a complete line of them j, black and brown, at SQ.#Q. oualine of4r~sn sflU to q 0ffI priced goods from $12 to 4 . tha bti ar e t beates Iut as . . s vawhlue eveadere The justly lebentld y. We cansti hats, in Spring shape ahar stock. Of sonse everop.etn'w they e peres as utter (oeon. Has and ybdy told Bros.' about that (SO Anf Re iabo r i..ew ida just.tbai yoet 'yesito.at a.s by comin% in to take eehk at what is the m. We w arrant: looIn this depad finesnt shoe evershow you in s Mat Rntherate~ It out. tsgo elighe r a my t onet wear. . , Our B.0,JW,8.O and 5.00 lines are "aoLrBad." and equally aed and Gressy. We show welts complete line of them n la And br ew Jnsen, at r, aemt "beaiesi" but Ale the best vaFlue every Iffered. they are perfection. in Ilentasas et-$2,SOý It is good THE;.W WIRED FROM WASHINGTON, The Senate Committee Blow in Tak ing up McKinley's Pet a9 Measure. of - - fo SMIRER MAY LIVE UNTIL AUT11UML 'I The General Land Offcle a Decides a Case of In*erest to the w Soldiers. The President Orders That the Flag m Shall Fly from the White _ House from Snnrise to 'v Sunset. I; WAsmu.xoox, May 24.-The McKinley or titff bill has notyet been discussed by - the fnance committiee of the senate and the statement that a substitute would be reported to senate instead of McKinley T bill with amendments was at least prema. ture. ' Leading mehbers of the commit tee said todiy that the policy of the con- b mittee in thgard to themannerof treating ri the-bill waosd be determined by satore eI and numbp.rof mendments or changes. i It was found many disagreed to bill as passed by house. iand iDeeioa of Interest to Soidimen Asslstant Land Commsinsbner tSne to. day repdered a"dealsion in which he h;ideathala sbldieseho makes location-, dlIbtggeess.. .lidaehomestead law of 187i , M i. aio failed to make settlement within ' cunps theiefter, 04oseae t therob~'f~ t in right' to lead .antia wesh r ;esee lalm intervenes d ior to upOn iti he ac.tully i.ie set. tlement, The depctalqt t h.r fore held that failure to mtke asttlenat with ph o " r flp i." mae of it anuddb t dneht ettlemet cannot t l. e , ooisnt commisbioeer di'dldy to-the contrary on both tefmaiestsas* te. stlthogtfihe spiteme court yesterday I decided against Iemmler on all constitu- f tolbla questions which It is thought can I e isein hisisese t ieat~ittey matter and al that would remain to be neo.-sol be--be ntencing of enmiler. It m'i'y be athe counsel 'ill.al"t here and not arther prolong walt, i.,viaw- i the dee nyo .rday, heeafter ned baet t e ezeiioilgqd ýaassioiafrexon tited lal stlt Ij biring ,eIgt- sher ee4r0 the as court. Ta . F.asiecoi' y isy .. >TIt7e aem ship Bllgice arrived Sbie dooringtour-: teen days from Hong Kong and Yoko Ehome. JapL " mall rneved says that abouit one bhndrsed'eait'qaltke shocks were felt on. Millake island in Idsu group, from April 17th to 19th. Many houses were det.rbyed and land lidesoccurred In va riol parts of the lslnnd. The Shanghai Mnerc.~ryý thatrat a plsc alld Zedht aar t[,Sg5o, si.et . named Ohang while delerious from fever, murdered his wife, son and dau4htir shutilating their bar4les, and ift.erard committing saidide. RoIonn dltitpa f the U..nro i WAmnwtua r, May -4.-Weather crop billatin for theweek ending May 24 fur alahbd by the wardlpartmeat, ays: Re oent rain in toe northwest. have greatly Inproved the-rop eondittlos -n that see ion in.l.ip, 0n=ot DaX Pr staee ilisteeake. p Vbbai ravoahle for some graint, It hae been too teol for oPg,whicoh i. belng replanted In ine' setlhn of Iowa, Illinois abd Mls iO, s Karee taihe ,athers fntor wee ss ltmmns, $,lotrpW.4t I tll riiuelt wheaewsat was improved.. Col- and wet weather ,a r faured hedin itch ign an&ast 3l 4 a1 h f .a athe a crop hat an iproved. WIe I~ron b W okipatea. patk s, other died at Port 0Thptemt4nbh glIquors to the provietoad oftlie~. bl of the several atatee.wUI hetleke op Tu eday.e Car Ile'os ordetlls-i. as. senator- ha otywe, lMti., M0. 4e-)1e e hardest 1 bo.king up and ,H.y w o oi , ug alltiw. q l Int~ onv, - J1 " ns i owy to aUL -wl Cou turn-GWI 14.·-lbThe Turi-. Ish studennts who kbw4d iwo Ralola WW WiibUwlae. 7a itt~e e~t esaei PsiOW Piipectaq. k. H. 73oz, who Ulveoitar oh *if lewd, reporte tht dnziiigJiia 'he SIPt licrtei" with the heat impored intoon "ORIOGINAL PACKAGE" SALOONS. C hey Do a Thriing Rlsiness in Penn sylvasnl Loeal Option Towns. Prrnurano, May 24.--"Orginal pack- T age" houses were opened in Apollo and Leechburg, both local ontion towns, this afternoon by William (ilverman, agent for Cincinnati Brewing Co. A car load of beer opackages from one-eighths to one-half barrel each arrived at Leech burg at 5 o'clock this evening and in less than two hours the cootents of the cat had been sold out. "Original packages" C were soon leaving mn all directions on the shoulders of men and boy. A commit tea of Citizens appointed at a general meeting last niht metagatsthlis evening nd decided to enter suit against Silver man on Monday for violating the state T liquor law. The authorities will also en ter suit foremalntalmng a nuisance. Sl8 verman says he will refuse bail if ar rested and if the case is decided in his avor will hold the committee for dam ages. As a result of his industry the 11 streets were fllled with drunken men to. tight. There is great excitement and sentiment is pretty nearly evenly divided. I CAUGHT AT LAST. The Man who Robbed President Moeffet of Denver Supposed to be Foind. DaiaVzR, May t4.-Informatlon has been received here tonight that the man recently convicted at Clayton, Mo., of tealing horses, has been identified as the man who robbed President Moffett of the Firlt National bank a year ag,. of $31,000. 1 Papers-will-be madeout Monday for his r-pqulsliton. The MtrLke Ended. DuvTaorT, May 24.-The striking oar penters -aplpyed on the ten-story Ham ,mond block went to rWork thb sigrning. 6They-bav gained impoertant seoaueloss. 'he contractor agrees not tO use material furnished by non-union laborers. The 1 general strike is nearing an end, several *of the largest builders having signed rthe agrefement yesterday. The men Iade some concessions. TtYING TO ADVANCE RATES. RItall d Managers Wll Meet Next Tues day for That.anepese. OmcAcAo, May 28.-Local railroad man agers attach considerable importance to the conference to be held in New York next Tuesday. It is expected that all the various interests will be representedsat the meeting, ideludls tfrunk lares, Greet Northern, Boosnd (eradian Pacific. The object is to advance aeet bound lake and rail rates and by equalizing those rates by the several routes to put an end to the tight over t.ough tariff fronitheaea hpaUed t'i- Paul andi Minneapolis. Pre lminaty"neetaigs of lake lines are to be held in Buffalo tomorrow and an advance in rates willbe agreed upon-iftpoitle. -WILL TAKE THE ELECTRIC ROtIBE. The Supreme Coaor Dealde Kemmler may be Exeerted by lseetrleity. WAsnmaHoac, May, 28.-The supreme oourt tgfte United States today denied the application for writ of error in the case of Kemmler, under sentence of death by electrlcity. Opinion by Chief Justice Fuller. The court first recites the pro ceedings of the lower courts leading up to the bringing of the ease-to this court. The court opys: "It is urged in Kemmler's behalf thatithebed4th amehdment prohibits the state from inflicting cruel and unusual punishment, this being included in the term. The law origin of the phrase, "Oouei apd-:u dual punishment." the pedit satd, W theIn E ttsh rsettlement of 1688 and meant that barbarous meth. odsof punishment not be inflict ed. It meant that should nwt be sentenced to death y trture, butt did i not mean death itself-was ofnel. ho e~putilh u hate arcPvide a too show aen he Change in the death fo of theagisasre. tco r lhat bhe san p-r out Denip Kellep in 50 rounds at the 5. oten (ae A 1ec h club. NdothenrlKeatuoky and southerd Was a Virginia were dev fed by a storm Friday tl night. No loiof'tfle repoi.ed. a Marion, tidi lost heavily by. Friday night's storm. Ohicago hotel and restaurant proprie a tors say alstlaces are filled. The eationela pattern aktern' leaguet deoi ctto 4a pd eighthourS a day on June I, 1800. The Australian industrial agitation is n .mase oaleton a tfioeld, 9, farmer, was killed by I tnng Friday anight. M. ono ' a promipent contractor of Newport, ky., wain crotitd to death by a wtlto.e*lo atim t Loulsvtilne Nash. vi oot.ri stetly. t p eiatIaUce I hs beea dltscenred. A l, a bue' hhonue. bh been eateb o(4r sll* Pet.Pta. wife otd two hil T, hr y im reported from Stlmerpue. 0kie. today. ibeed esm. An unsuceeefsul attempt was mate to ow up th mnument to policemen kllt marhist maeet b Int Ch- r ltd I 1, IIo.,r Tecrtel Ituald and raitatorm fright, ened gild ditiaegd Jotett, Ills., Thurs day. fwily is ravaging Central- Illinois Mtipon I.tib llte d ,Miebrted her S1IQ4" ichday in Ohloago Tueeday. SOn ThurTsdy 8y848 immigrants reached " )s York. R"eavy reest Thursday helped Kansas p Oiri va ionY intol amiak losed pha, itlg LrAine tn litto esfsat. Patirtek d killed his solt o pyVer saesm vR On moeMny. CONTENDING FOR AFRICA'S SOIL' There May be Some Unpleasantnesso Between England and U Germany. NEGOTIATIONS SUSPENDED TEMPORARILY I Caprivi Willing That John Bull Shall Have Egypt, But He Wants a Big Slice of Africa. The Family Relations of the Emperor Prevents an Open Rupture. [Copyrishti 1890, by New York Associated Press.l BERLIN, May 24.-Negotiations with England concerning the territory in Af rica had almost reached the part of ex change of protocol, conceding to Germany a sphere of influence extending from the east coast to the Congo free state, when Lord Salisbury, the British prime mini ter, sent his envoy, Sir Percy Anderson, emphatic orders to suspend communica tion and await instructions. Since then, e Sir Edward Malet, British ambassador at Berlin, has intimated that negotiations will only be resumed on the basis of the recognition by Germany of English rights on the west of Tnaltlyilkle territories, north of Tanganyika. The North Geiman Gazette, whose di rectors recently had several interviews with Chancellor Von Caprivi, obtained eem.offilctal communicatzons adverting to I tI he contianance of English ccupation of Egypt as essential to perpetsltyof that I contry. The article obviously pointed I odt that the German government was ready to sapper tpermanent ocupation of Egypt~bythe British. The Gazette did not state the terms, but sl.geq d that if Germnsy obtained t hold in the district in Cental Africa claimed by England, the British claim would be collanmed in -ooplttbmdnf Egypt, Ineluding Nyanda. The foreign office has interpreted the h chaged, attitude of Lord Salisblry to Spblic fear common in England over the threatened dispossession of England from the territories connectiag the British em pire n South Africa with the s mes of the Nile. Whatever is Lord Salisbury's a motive it has brouSght out an energetic J protest from Chancellar Von Ceprivt, which the Emperor either inspired or or dered. Only atdong statemeet,combined with family reasons, determined the Em p peror to persist in his cordial relations with the English government. THE MARKaT PICEcs. Wheat Q somtattas Drmp a Little-The Metal Market UanehaMged. gr NEw YoaK, May 24. - Bar silver rel $1.02%. no Copper-Firm; Lake, May, $15.10. Lead-Quiet, steady; Domesttc,44.20%. ty Tin-Steady; Straights, $20.85. sao NEW 2YOh , May 28.-Money easy, ab with no loans. Cloeingoffered at 8 per tent. Prime mercantile paper 7. f Srlilng exchange quiet and steady sat th 4.882% tor 60 day bills, and 4.85% for demand. M CHacAoo, May 24.-Drovers' Journal report: Cattle - receipts 2,00; ship ments 2a000; market slow and steay; beeves email@example.com; steers $870@4.:0; t stoekers and f'eeders $2.5008.97; cows, bulls and mixed $firstname.lastname@example.org; Texas grasm stedr, $6 81.8 0.ea Sheep-receipts 1,000 shipmentr none; ft market dull; natives #8.7s5s15; west ern corn fed $4.5005.80; Texans $4.000 5.t5; lambs $5.0007.00. New YOsR, Mey 24.-Gelne busn108%e Missouri Bacfc r6q8, )Notl+9nl Pacific h, 87%, pre.eýe85; oarth Wee.atti 116%, preferred 1451 St. Paul 78%. preferred 121%; Manitoba 118%, Omahas6, ppre ferred 98; St. Paul t DIuluth 86%, wins- h consin Central 81%, Great Northern pre- ti ferred 82%. CatAnoo, May 24.-General business was transacted on wheat today and trad ing was more general, both on buying and sceling side. There was some buying at the start but the most urgent orders were J soon filled and with rather free offerings. a Weak feelhogs set in and operators soon p after opening became possessed with the idea that some one was selling wheat very freely. It was thought that parties who wer reporo.dsabliapstro- ' ulis" 5 the past few days had started to do some ii selling today but whether this was for the purpose ofbreakngprices in order to get better hold on the market or for the purpose of unloading it, is diflaelt to say. At any rate the feeling was settled. Opening sales for July werefrom to %c under closing of yesterday, held steady for a while then deced to a point Icbelow. Out side fluctuated some and closed about 1%e lower than yesterday, May closed about 2%c lower- August closed about 2%c and Sept. 2kc lower than yesterday. All sorts of bad crop news was again received from various winter wheat sections, a good deal re pition of the past few days reports. Duontrw May 94--The wheat market was weak today decning 1% from op esting though there was %e advance earlyln the day. Trading .as free. Re ceipts were 81 cars. Following are close Juy 96. No. 1 hard caa wheat, 94, No. 1 northern 80%. Mr.anaotLrs, May 24.-Posted receipts of wheat for the day were 114 cars, with 06 ca rsshiped out, Millers were again mand was slight. Elevator companies were willia to pay one cent under July for No.1 Northern and took cosiderable MayL91, Juse 9th July 98ep ; on track, , io.,,1 nthern, May 91, Juoe 91t, a. yy98 , otrank, 92%; No.la2northera, May 88, June 89, July .0, on traeck, 8 We have been a little modest about r talbg about our Boots and Shoes until we had our pdkL complete, bat now we ! ,speak .-wl.th confidence, and say we ha.e asn ae a line as ran be tound and cheaper than sanybody. StraIn Brothers, sd street. __ ___ A fe ine l of ilk sun umbrellas and c par .p9M F t a mi t9a others SRu*eiRttm lhesbethlc ei9ar tangea in the'ity. - aKla sting and fragrant eues... iand 50 cents. SInaln wall pap the latest. l bth keepsiti1 all sp. A 5PLrNDID RACE. Bill Leteher Ehroes the Dust in Rlley's Fte. LATONIA, Ky., May 24.-The races H opened today. Bill Letcher won the Derby from Riley and Avondale. Other winners were Glockner, Hopeful, King man and Melene. At the start of the TI I)erby Bill Letcher led by half a length, Riley aecond and Avondale a close third. Letcher kept his lead till passing the F stand, when Riley moved up and held the lead under strong double pull. All the Jockeys were pulling hard. Riley in creased the distance between him and Bill Leteher who led Avondale by ahead. At the half mile pole Riley was a neck in advance, and Avondale was lapping Bill Letcher; At the three-quarter mile post Bill Letcher was given free rein by Jlockey Alilh and began to urge ahead and Riley's fte was sealed. The crowd recognlzingithe fact began to cheer. On the home st.tsoh Mhrphy plied the whip on Riley, bit without avail, and Bill letcher phased under the wire amid great applause one length in front of IRiley. Avondale brought up in the rear T 20 lengthsaback. Time, 2:48. A $2,O0.00oO Failure. B QuOEnC, May 24.-In consequence of a over speculation in lumber and decline in w prices in Bngland the leading lumber al firm of Smith, Wade & Co. of this city 0 are in fliat a al default. Liabilities are about $2,000 O. The principal creditors a are Bryant, owera & Bryant of London, for $800,00,, Quebec bank $175,000, Bank of Montreal $180,000, Merchants Bank $1I9,000, lBank of British North America $15,000, Union Bank $25,000 and West- t ern Lumbelnman $270,000. F CoINOOK BREEZES. Interesting Wotes From tile Milk River ) Vlley Metropolis. h (lpeoial Cortseondence of the TnaszmN.) CxaNoox, May 20.-The machinery to be used In making the artesian well reached here yesterday from Indianapolis, I Ind. The lot is second hand but cost t $800, about halt price It is hoped to have the derrick up and begin work next week. One good turn deserves another, son shower follows shower. The rain last night was hoe of the best so far. New settlers are coming every day now, auost oftheqs taking up land over in the Bear Paw district. Our town and tribu- 1 tary countr will figure up a population of about 1,00. Our public school is now in its second week with an attendance of 80 children. Miss Lizzti.Curtis of Sun River .is the teacher, ald a good one she is too. The latestahdition to our business in tereemlsaoiSrniture and musical nsatru Mant sone by Rtinbolt Bros. Charles Ralabelt df this firm has suffcilent en couregesnmt to attempt the organization of a brae.mand and also a choral society. Th metpopolis of the Milk river valley is getting there. The dbtor of our new paper has al rready won the good opinion of all Chi nook. I Mr. Itl Mrs. Rester are fine ad ditioos to ht suociety. Tih s ss "t-e-*of trying to inuce the government to esablash an Indian school at Fort Belknap, near town, now abandoned and useless except for some Ssuchpnrose. We are far enough away from the reservation so as not to have theChllidren annoyed by the parents. . delegation of people from Luther, Mich. Is expected this week. Our religious welfare is certainly not to be neglected. Representatives of the Coneregational, Baptist and Catholic de nominations have been in Chinook during the past week with avelw to organizing societies. Let the good people combine and build up two or three strong church es and not scatter their influence and use t flness among a half dozen weaklings. In union there is strength and let this be our motto in upbuilding, materially and religiously. The surveyors are at work between c here and Assinnibolne and may be ex , pected our way during the next week. Agent Woolrlidge and Landlord Ridout are well matched as hustlers. They have profound belief in the future of e this section and are not afraid to say go. is A TYPICAL. OLD-TIMER. Notes and Commetnt by the oLounger." People will miss the familiar face of Judge Douglass, who, it is understood, will not return for some time. He has probably gone to Helena or Livingston, or the Pacific slope. He is a good trav eler, having even visited France and England. He likes epicurean fare and is quite likely to settle only where he can have fruits and meats in variety and abundance. The judge has a good mem ory. It goes back to the days of Nevada and Alder Gulch; to the doings of Plum mer and Iyes and to the governorship of General Meagher, who came in the full zenith of his military fame to link his name with the history of the young terri tory and lnose his life no te swift-flowing Missouri, which never gave up the re mains of the gallant soldier and brilliant orator. Judge Douglass could also re call Helena's palmiest days and had clear recollections of the John Dean tragedy In which it was shrouded and may re main shrouded until the final court of assize shall bring to light who killed the wealthy liquor dealer. While his memory linked him thus with the past Judge Douglass lived also in the present. He has keen judgment on the value of property and probably never lost a dollar on real estate deals, In this town at least he must have made habout $Ubi00 by prudent investments. lie prefetrd''gllt edge" real estate to all other investment. He did not care to increase his wealth by money lending and dlsliked banks probably because of the heavy losses which 'wild cat" enterprises a.oted before the national bank system brought uniform currency and greater security. • - Judge Douglass is a steady reader of bWtper and the best magazines. He ilahas controversy. He holds Robert "sgersoll in great respect and doubtless eapposees that be s a match for the pow effal writers who have exposed his soph lame. For all that Judge Douglass would odt. gQ to church and hear attentively the sermon. In campaign times he was m to hear oth aMs. ihe had fied i 'epllean on the lw ts of the 'spell hbind ier" aad held to-he persisteBtly . ut She ,Ws never aggresuive in pohtlca and I could-speak generously of those whose , tltnioas he deemed unsound. For rheumattsm there is nothing bet 1 ethen Obambertaln's Vain Baa. 'Ihe s fltpt atlief it anovle1I alone worth many'iine ia eat, which is but fifty Seaa.-. ttfl. Mauy very bad cses beeenpeemusealy snred by it, For 'rOR DFPBBIIPPIA and Lsver Com ,oistV e have pr. .ted guarantee on .iy- bottle of, $bnk'hs Vitalizer. It hleilete nret . ..F~ seay by.apeyre IE BUSY BURGLAR AT HELENA otel Broadwater Burglarized to tile (Gentle Tune of $8.000. IE HOUSE BURNER STILL AT WORK. osr Incendiary Fires Friday Night -Several Arrests Made, but no Evidence Against Them. eting Governor Rickards Names Montana's Delgates to World's Fair-T. E. Collins Among the Number. HELENA, May 24.--4pecial to the RIBU.N.]--The largest robbery of a very lshing season occurred at the Hotel iroadwater this morning when mtoneys ad valuables amounting to over .$8,000 'ere stolen from two rooms. Oif this mount, $1,995 was nlathe shape of pro dssory notes so that the robbers will on realize about $1,250, whei"h as things re now going in IHelena, will doubtless tem rather Insignificant to the enter rising burglar. The burglary occurred sometime be ween 2.30 and 4 o'clock this morning. ntrance was effected through windows. 'here is no claw to the robbers. Four ucendiary fires were started last night, ut all of them were put out before they ad gained much headway Oneof these nas in rear of Sturrock & Brown's hard aure store, Main street, where a pile of vood had beed fired. A fire was discov red against the door of the paint shop, it was put out by a man who happened s be sleeping there. An attempt was al o made on the carpenter shop itself, and second one on the paint shop. A ter fic cale was blowing at the time and ot for the timely discovery the business entre of Helena would now be in ashes. stany arrests of sulsplcious character, ave been made during the day but there re no proofs against any of them. At a peclal meeting the council Increased the solice force and a special patrol will also se put on. WORLD' FPAIR DELEGATEB. otnlg Governor Rickards Make Gon Selnetons--T. E. Collins of This City an Alternate. HELENA, May 24.--[Special to the Tan NE.]---Actiug Gov. Rickard has ap polnted the following to be commission ers for Montana at the World's Fair: L. H. Hershfield and Marcus Daly; alter nates, B. F. White and T. E. Collins. Fat Ancldent at Butte. BurrE, May 24.-Thomas Fitzpatrick, a section hand, was killed by a heavy switch engine In the Montana Union yards at South Butte today. Union stenk Yard to be ol d. Cl.cAoo, May 24.-The sale of the Un ion Stock yards, negotiations in which are said to have beenl interrupted by pre mature expose some time ago, is reported today to be aain upon the eve of con. mmaton. The purchaser, as before, is an English syndicate. If closed, the deal will mean the transfer of ten million dol tars. Around the World in 67 Days. TAroMA, May 24.-George Francis Train completed his trip around the world this evening, arriving here at seven o'clock. From start to finish was 07 days, 13 hours, 3 minutes and 3 seconds. BD " CD 18 n SO i of le 7 Bt 1. 4 1i 3d 3t Be It BARGAINS OFFERED -FOR -:- WEEK IJOE : CONRAD. Standard Ap.'. Gin(a1n s, AT 7 1-2c PER YARD. This week we will sell at 7 T c per yard our entire assortment of Standard Apron Ginghams. This is the first tirnme in the his tory of Great Falls that these goods have been offered at this remarkably low price, and we look for a very large sale. A Fie Line ot Ladies' Lisle Vests AT 50 CENTS EACH. We have just received a very fine line of Ladies' Lisle Thread Vests which we In tend to offer at 50c each. Excellent Sleeveless Balbri an Vests at 40 cents. A SPLENDID LINE. Filecst ' Cottol - a.zc - ests AT 30 CENTS. i The best Cotton Gauze Vest in the mar a ket to-day. These bargains cannot be appre ciated till they are seen, so we respectfully ask D you to call and examine them before they are ý- all gone. 9 Agent for Butterick's Patterns. JOE CONRAD, Central Avenue, - Great Falls. CASH PAID FOR Hides, Sheep Skins, Furs and Tallow. Eastern market prices paid for all the above stock. Prompt attention given to all shipments made to ma Quotations frished on application. Warehouse on R. R. track and Third ave. South. Office opposite the Park Hotel. Address, Theo. Gibson, Great Falls, M.T"[