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oLUMr VII.-NUMBER 28. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, ATURDAY JUNE 7, Inr9. l'lIC'E FIVE CEN'i
Elegant Line of Straw Hats
just received.
-A-,
Does everybody know that we
'e just received the largest and
ist complete assortment of Out
& Croseette's neckwear ever
wn in Great Falls ? This as.
iment comprises the newest
apee, latest styles and richest
signs the market affords for
y and June in neckwear. By
odds the richest tie in the
rket this spring is the "Crepe
f" We have them in all styles
make, including the new bow,
"B Four-in-haod," the " Wind
rs" and "Flowing Ends." Wind
r for negligee shirts in almost
dles variety. If you want a tie
everyday wear we can show
Sa line at from 25 to 50 cents
t are beauties, fully as good as
sold from 50 to 75 cents else
rere.
rnn lw n nn fr1T1HiEC4
Lots of new things in this line
e in just recently. We can
w you the prettiest line of
shirts, including such cele
makes as Cutter & Oros
tte's and Wilson Bros.' at prices
at will sell them. We warrant
vry shirt.
aR HIAT DEPAInTMENT
In this department we show you
he latest styles for spring and
mnner.
Haveyouseen the new"Fedora"?
ies hat is the latest out. It is
ghter and cooler than a stiff hat,
ad equally as dressy. We show
complete line of them in black
nd brown, at $8.50.
Our line of soft hate, in medium
riced goods from $1.25 tb .8.50
are "beauties" but are the best
value every offered.
The justly celebrated Knox stiff
hats, in Spring shapes, are now in
stock. Of course bvery one knows
they are perfection.
Has a.ybody tqld. yop about
that $2.50 fine s ~ n lace and
congress we have been selling so
many of lately? If you haven't
just treat your eyes to a surprise
by coming in to take a look at
what is the best wearing, best
looking and finest shoe ever shown
in Montana at $2.5 It is good
enough for any one to wear.
Our $8.00, 2P.0 and $6.00 lines
are "corkers,"
In hand sewed and Goodyear
welts we take the lead.
Mail orders from out of town
given the closest attaltion.
Respeettully,
THE BOSTON,
Andrew Jensen, Prop'r,
Next Door to ist National Bask
Shanirook Sali .
Headquarters for Everybody.
The Finenst Wines, liquorasd Cigars
alwsaos o hand.
RICIARI MAIu1WE, FAILt.
ewas .It se, *a Psi, s.es ,
MARQUIS DE MORES' DOINGS,
They will all be Revealed at the
Coming Trial in
Paris.
ALLEHNANY'S MAYOR ACCUSED. d
Part of Pittsburg Damaged by the
"Devouring Element" $
Yesterday.
Congreasman Springer Nominated
Yesterday for the Ninth
Time.
Dowano, June 4.-Paris is looking fot
ward to a sensation in the trial of the
Marquise De Mores. From intimations p
which have leaked out of official than
Dmls lfinformatloo it is expected that a re
msrkable history of the marquis will be re
told with new and startling revelations as
to his connection with anarchistic and t
other revolutionary conspsaracies. Ever
since the arrest of the Marquis, the au
thontles have been active in their eforts
to obtain evidence against him, and it is t
claimi that their endsears have been
snuccefuLbeyond peo ltions.
'haIt reaesd. 5
Paresoam , 4-A ire broke out
here on the south side shortly after mid
night. The flames could not be controll
ed. Thantire block including Twooey
heal, three. dwqlIngs, a large warehouse
and a number of stables were destroyed. I
Loss $80,000,
sprlaer Will Inan Agata.
SPRInGrs.le , Ill., June 4-The demo
cratio convention of the 18th congrestion
al distriot met in thi clty today and re
nominated Hon. Win, M. Spriner for
congres by acclamation. This is Mr. I
Springer's ninth nomination.
Easihstad Appointments.
Mn-wAunna, June 8.-A. J. Earning
hab been appointed general manager and
W. G. Collins general superintendent of
the Milwaukee road.
Indian Timber Lands.
WAsae.roTo, June, 8.--The house has
passed senate bill authorizing the sale of
timber on certain lands reserved for the
Menomlee Indiana in Wisconsin.
leane Neminated.
Prrrmansuo, June 8. - Congresman
Beie having declined a renomlnation,
Col. W. A. Stone has been nominated.
A Church Roof Gives Way.
FannroRT, Ill., June 8.-A church roof
collapsed here and seriously injured five
men who it is thought will die.
IeoN and MesN Weoracls trest.
Prrrsnmat,June 8.-The amalgamated
assooRatloo of iron and steel workers has
begun its annual seaslon here with i80
deolegates.
Fomrest Assembled.
ClcAouo, June 8.-The Catholic order
of foresters has began its annual con
ference here.
A New Railroad Baterpre.
LnccoLwx, Neb., June 8.-ThePueblo &
Dutch railroad ompany has filed artlcles
f inc oratlon. The capital stock is
Ravaged by N55..
OwrAwA, June 8.-A Are here has des
troyed. Thacker's mill, Shaw's carriage
shop Hunry's distillery, the bulldings of t
the OStiaweTnt Co., Sanitar Plumbing
Co. The loss Is $800,000.
Bade Berees La Iowa.
Couxci BiwarrJasp 18.-There was
the woret storm of .t iejion in western
Iowa Mondey..:h .
OCuzTALIA, June 8-8ome trampe and
negroes had a fight near here. Three
were badly wounded, one fatally.
EKiled By a Mauaway Team.
Or.Ansavaw a, Is., June 8.-A runaway
team here killed Mr. Labrack and in- 1
lured his child. ' , ,
The Deadir Wild .rsalp.
OTTAwAJune 8.-Four of the family
poisoned by'.10 r sips at Luke Glor- t
..O. On,, are dead. The other three may
steept by as rseeas.
DaAwA, Mass., June 8.-John Kane,
aged four was swept here 180 feat in a
raging torrent 0 febet deep, He was re
cud and revived.
xlmpreseat.gn Tal'rdsad.
PAnzs, June 8-The recently published
extracts from Tallyrand's memoirs are
said to be forgeries.
Two Blacks parued.
WArxnuvlLa, P., June 8.-Fire has
destroyed hare the Mciur end Miner
blocks, causlng a loa of St000 .
A New lttery sebeme.
BATrAU Roves, La., June 4.-Satuok
has given notice of a lottery bill In thle
house. It provides for submiseson to the
eloctom of an amendment to the conatitu
ties caitlilug me features of the
Morris .biopc.t6 o 4d ma publc.
The bill will be ready by day .
serlke i Oeluambas, O.
CoLmrse s, June 4.-The employee of
the Consolidated Btreet Ralwy Co. went
on a strike this morning for an hour ad
vance. They refused a compromise.
Aaether Demee$ useaw
WANlNerTN, June 4.-In the house
toda$ the mlanority mreolution delring
Turpsn elected to the hous warejlected.
Yeas 18, aft 118. M o appare.d
t the bar f hose ed toomk eat
of o ,ce.
lew Appeasmae.
Wnagaemo,, ..,e 4,-The president
today sea to the senate the following
nominatl.l.i Jbetaeha Davies re
eiver of'pub tI moas.at e Fro,_N. D.;
oI oJs doli, WCs o.sA. Fotter,
VALUABLES RUTURNED.
Helena Burglrs Weaken Suddenly and
Return Property.
HELENA, June 4.-[Special to the Trl
nuxa.]-The thieves who stole valuables
from the residences of Col. McUutcheon
and Mr. Spencer, have left them at the
ownere houses. This is supposed to be a
case of troubled conscience or fear of
detection.
Helena's Great Prise.
HELENA, June 4.-[Special to the TRt
aUNE.]--James Walker left today for
Washington to see about the postofilce.
There is still some doubt about the ap
intment. The chances are in favor of
Wheeler. Russell B. is still chief.
Laborers on Strlke.
ST.PAUL,June 4.-A strike occurred this
morning on the new Shelby avenue cable
extension which was being rapidly
pshed to completion. Several hundred
laboers, who hays been receiving $1.50
per day, struck for higher wages which
was refused. The men held a lone con
sultation and determined to stay out.
This afternoon a large deputation march
edifto University st. where another line 'i
In progress and besought the workmen
to join them.
A w ew Natioal Bak.
HELENA, June 4.--[Special to the Tnl
OnuN.l-Another national bank known as
the Helena National bank is about to be
organized here with a Mr. Baird of this
city at its head. John T. Murphy, who
sold his grocery establishment to Bach,
Cory & Co., will be closely identified
with it.
Heavy Rain Eatwaed.
ST. PAUL, June 4--Over one inch of
rain fell here today. No serious damage
has been reported in the city. Specials
from Minnesota and the two Dakotas are
to the same effect.
reseting a Mayor.
Prrrmero, June 4.-A warrant charg
ing Mayor James G. Wyman of Allegha
ney City with perjury in swearinr that he
had been legally elected mayor of Alle
Shaney City was isned by Alderman
eilly laet night The information
charges hulh with contributing and prom
ising to contribute money and other valun
ables to secure his nomination and elec
tion. Mayor Wyman gave bail.
Burned Ia His haok.
SAN Lune, Cal., June 4.-LThe cabin of
a settler named Daniel Westley Schriver,
near Creston, this county, was burned
Saturday and his body nearly consumed
in it. The coroner's jury has found evi
dance of murder.
Opposinag MeKinley's Bill.
SAenmiroN, June 4.-A delegation ol
abqout 110 importers from New York city
appeared today before the senate comn
mittae on finance to protest against the
passage of the Mclinley tariff bill.
Codsdernble Snpiatieg.
$Aw FPt.cisco, June 4.-Dan Hawk.
in1 and Fred Basgan fought at the Gol.
den Gate athletio club last night for the
bantam weight championship of the
Paciflo coast. Hawkins was nearly
knocked out in 19 rounds, but recovered
and the fight was declared postponed at
the end of thel 8d round, no fighting
having been done for about40 rounds.
Matne's Samdrd eaMrr.
Aueusr., June 4.- The democrsia
stqte convention today nominated Hion
W. Hill of Exeter, for governor..
Aetlve TMrdil In Wheat.
Dvruc, June 4.-Wheat opened weak
at 98% asked for July; it sold down to
98 and up to 984; down to 99% and back
to 983. Trading was active. The re
celpta were 104 cars.
Following are the closing qnotations:
Jdne 91M, July 98 , No. 1 hard 9134,
No. 1 northern 87 P1.
A ateady Cattle Market.
COrCAGO, June 4..TDrovers' Journal
report: Cattle - Iteceipts 14,000. Shap
ments 8,700.
Beeves R4.8606.05; steers $8.8004.80;
anookers and feeders, $9.4008.90; cows,
bulls and mixed $1,900.80 Texas
saters, $.80 &8.90.
Hoga-Rsee;pts 88,000. Market dull.
Mixed [email protected]; heavy 68600&887;
liht 8 8.80; skips 8.10&8.0.
8,800; market steady,
.atlves [email protected] westerns x460 .60;
Texans, $8.7604.80; lambs $6.007.00:
Chiaeao w reml Market.
CHOAcoo, June 4.-There was moderate
business done in wheat today. At times
trading was active, at others very quiet.
The feeling was weaker and prices ruled
somewhat lower all around. The local
crowd was rather bearish with a St. Louts
and a prominent local operator reported
as being free sellers. Outside orders
generally were not as numerous. Mar
ket opened G40 lower than closing fig
ures on change yesterday and with some
fluctuations declined %0%c more for
yarious deliveries, then held steady and
closed lc lower for July; Ic lower for
August; 13 for S.stenaber and 134 for
Decemter than ChelSgflgues yeasterday.
There was nothing speal in the nature
of news recelved from outside points
to afeet the market and the chngear
weren due to local speculatlve
tonlvence. Corn was traded nto a falr
extent, though at time it was very quIet,
The feeling w rather weakr eulsaler
around the opning, but later demands
improved and prllas ruld trongr.
Wheat(-N 9 June 9, 99 80, 913;
, 98, 49, 09M; Augus ,99 ,
rur--No. 8 June 885, clostng 088;
July8e,44;, 8 ;August 84,
LOTS 4T LOW PR1Cme.
oos. op tne ee fos r .nvstorsn 'with
S ,odenrae ens.
The lmpression having been given out
that thereare no cheap lots for anle lIn
Great 'allf, we would respectfully an
nounce to the public that we have a large
humber of choie rsidenlee ioto at prtas
from two to four Iundred dollars eaob,
on the followitg terms: One quarter
cash.and the balance in three equal pay
meat due in one, two and three years,
with Gnteret at e pr ceut. per as
nen.. payable slasi.enully. These loor
m located bat a few amiites' walk ftros
the busaalnstesnreent, Deer to the ohou
Jloau end hen tne advestge of the
City water works. The sie of sl tote In
Greet FIall ase 80xl 0 feet. Low pres
nd es termsof payment. make our lote
especially desirable to men of moderate
mean. COas M. WItseu ,
cretary Great Falls Water-Power dt
Town to Compny.
SAINFOIN WINS THE iERSlYI
The Horse was Ridden by Watts
and was a General Fa
vorite. p
LENORD SECOND AND ORWELL THIRD. r
A Train Runs Into a Washout Sonth
of Dubuque.--The Fire.
man Killed.
German Lutherans up in Arms
Against the Bennett .ehool
latw.
Loxoon, June 4.-Bainfoln has won the
Derby, Lenord second and Orwell third.
A London telegram of Tuesday gave t
the following as the probable starters tI
the derby, together with the jockeys and I
latest betting: Strifoot (Liddare), 2 to 1
on; Sainfoin (Watts), 9 to 2 against; Len
ord (F. Barrett), 2 to 1; rlattibeal (Rob
inson), 40 to 1; Martgon (F. Osborn), 40
to 1; Golden Gate (Cannon), 401 to 1; Odd I
Fellow, 40 to 1; Kirkham (F. Webb). 100
Sto 1; Orwell (G. Barrett), 100 to 1.
Killed at a Washout.
DUBUquE, Iowa., Jvne 4.---The Bur.
hlngton freight train ran into a washout
10 miles southeast of I)ubuque. The
fireman was killed and a brakeman fatal
ly injured. The track was covered with I
water.
S The Benett Law Denouned.
a MILWAUKEE, June 4.-The German
SLutheran anti-Bennett law convention was I
called to order at the west side Turner
hall shortly after 1 o'clock by Christian
Koerner, editor of the Germania, who
represents the head and foot of the Luth
eran bolt.
After the appointment of a committee
on credentials, Mayor Peck appeared on
the platform and made a pleasant little
speech of welcome. The mayor was fol
lowed by T. W. Von Gatzhausen, a prom
inent German lawyer, ex collector of cus
tome Conrad Kreg, Prof. Rasums B. An
derson, ex-mlnister to Denmark, and Da
gast Kom, another editor of the German
in.
l All spoke of the Bennett law as an on
d necessary infringement on civil and na
I tional liberty.
Resolutions were adopted. They pro
test against the Bennett law because It
is unnecessary and unjustly curtails the
,f civil and religious liberty. It gives the
school board an opportunity of determn
F ing that the child during the period of
1 enforced attendance must attend the
e school in the city, town, or district in
which it lives, thus depriving parents of
the right to send their children to better
and more suitable schools in an outside
c- district. It compels parochial and other
1. private schools to observe thestime or
times of attendance fixed by school hoards
we without regard to the rights and customs
a of the churches or their schools. Itpre
y scribes certain studies as also the medium
d of instruction, and therein affords school
it boards ample opportunity to usurp power
.g not given them. The resolutions also de
clare that regardless of former party af
illations the German Lutherans shall
vote for such candidates only as pledge
ic themselves to work for the repeal of the
n. Bennett law.
Fer Delivery., a
WAsernoTow, June 4.-Thb-pg.tmaster
general has ordered the establibtlment of 0
the free delivery system In Aberdeen, 8.
D., Belolt, Wis., and Grand Forks, N. D. O
Repsallng the Preempton Law. r
WAsarrH ToN, June 4.-The house com- a
mittee on public lands today ordered a
favorable report on the bih repealing the
pre-emption law. The price of all ari
cultural land i to be `1.8 per acre. The
hill provides for a uniform method in
making selections of school indemnity
lands in public land ateea.
cOolred Folks Assambled.
MOHAWK LAKn, N. Y., June 4.-A ne- I]
gro conference was opened here this
morning with a large number of distin
gulahed men from all parts of the coun
try present. The gatherng is the first of
it kind and wascalle to consider ques,
tions of chrisanlaing and educating col
ored people,
Railroad tScks Yesterday.
NEW YORK, June 4. - Burlington
108; Missouri Pacific, 74; Northern t
Pacific, 80%, preferred 84%; Northwest
ern, 110, preferred 145; St. Paul,T 7m%,
preferred 120; Manitoba, 11t2; Oma
ha 8 preferred 98; t. Paul Duluth.
8 i~P;lsain COentral, 80; Great North
ernpreferred 88.
IMilwaukees rain Market.
MILWArUka, June 4.-Wheat, No. 2, on
track, cash 8089%-; July 89%. No.1
northern 94.
Corn-Dull; No. 8 n track 82%.
Faeb far Bankers
Ngw YORx, June 4.-Money easy,
ranging from 4 to 6 per cent. Last loan
4 per cent; closing offered at 4 per cent;
prime mercantile paper 4%Ofi; Ster
ling enchange quiet nd steadily at $4.84
for 60 day bil and $4.8 for demand.
Sitver Advamesag.
New Yoa, June 4.-Bar silver,
108.
Pig iron-Quiet.
Copper -nominal; Lake, June, $1.80.
Lead-Quiet, setedy; domestic .4.80.
Tin-Quiet and firmer; Straits, $11.21.
Wheat an Traek 0 Centa..
Mtxxaor.ms, June 4.-The receipts of
Wheat for the day were 81 cars; ship
ments 88 mars. The cash wheat market
was rather quiet; under small offerings
there was more demand from local mil- i
lers for better grades of milling wheat;
elevator buyers were not in market, not t
being able to compete with the millers at
contract grade. No. 8 northern and
rades below that were very slow of sale.
Winter wheat was also dulL Clueing
quotations wee: No. hard June n
86%; July, 90; on trck, 90. No. 1
northern June a87; July, 89%8 on track,
8Y. Nognorthbern June 86; July 811;
on ftck, 85080.
' ;mdlhlend 47ldrea'R Soe the best
I the Ingriat at Strain Br.' t
Arbuckles, McLaughllin's Lion, Meoae
and Java cofeas ground daily on our
premiss. Strain ros,
MI. COULEE THBIVING.
Gratifying Psroass Made in Cultivatiln
the BSil.
(Special Ceorespondenoeof the Tanoun.)
MINR COULEE, May 81, 1890.
Seeing communications from various
portions of Cascade county, a word of
real good, sound truth from this beauti
ful regiopmay not be out of place. This
region is Oecond to none in beauty, fertil
ity and
VARIETY OF RESOURCEs.
There are hundreds of acres in grain,
much of I) is six inches high and com
pletely covers the ground. Lampen &
Murdock have 100 acres of grain that
looks well. Mr. Gallop has over 70 acres
and John L. Smith 80 acres. all of which
looks very fine. The Brown Brothers,
Hilda Potts and Frank Ogilvie each have
large crops that are making the formers
laugh at their rapid growth.
PLENTY OF RAIN
has fallen, not in long, heavy showers,
but in showers of frequent intervals and
the farnsers are encouraged to put out
larger grain and vegetable crops. Be
sides grain the garden crops are looking
exceedingly sell.
NEW BETFLERe.
The choice lands are nearly all taken
and the new comers lare going to work
with energy plowing, fencing and build
inm. Mr. Nickerson is one of the late
comers, but he has put in 30 acres of fine
wheat and is making good progress with
his farm work. Mr. Zeffers. another new
settler, has traveled over much of the
western country and says he never saw as
fine springs of sparkling water, such fine,
loose soil, and such good timber any
where else in Montana. He has taken
upa ranch and will make his home here.
Anyone who wants a fine farm andis
I willing to undergo the hardships accom
pan~tg the building of a home can do
no better than to come to this region.
Mr. Richard Sawyer has sold out to
I Mr. Murdock; Mr.Harrimand and Frank
Nixon have sold their ranches to George
Keener. Mr. Keener has built a large
house and probably expects to take a life
partner in a few weeks.
BRIGHT PROSPECTS.
The farmers here are confident of a
large crop of grain. Various estimates
have already been made of the yiej I
think wheat will yield 40 bushell per
acre, oats 60 bushels and barley 50 bush.
els.
This section is badly in need of a good
road to Great Falls and it seems only
just and fair that the county commis.
sioners should appoint viewers and have
a road built. Several thousand bushels
of grain will be raised in this section
this year and the road would encourage
us to grow larger crops next year.
SThe semi-weely appearance of the
STrmsoes s greeted with satisfaction by
a majority of the people here, who eager
ly scan its columas for news from all
parts of the world and good rehable in
formation on all subjects.
BLACK BUTrE.
PIIOOGRB AROUND ROBARE
Good TMdings From That Part of Choteau at
County.
[SBpeola.oarrespondence of the TalanuLa.
ROBAna, June 2.--Your correspondent
since writing last has visited most of the Ui
ranchers and stockmen from Cheteau er,
northward to this place and we find the ve
I country covered with green grass fully
six inches high. This entire section of
contry has had an abundance of rain and
the prospects for stockmen and ranchers
are flattering,
r We were surprised to see a sheep ranch
o so well equipped and so systematically
and economically managed as are the
Clark Bros.' These gentlemen have 22,- 1n.
000 sheep and expect to save this sean at
8,000 lambs. These are run on seven Lo
ranches besides the summer camps,which "
are.connected by a system of telephone
wires. In lambing season they use a
crew of men at night, which they be
Slieve pays them largely. On the head
waters of Birch creek a number of pros
peros cattle and horse men, Including
Messrs. alliday, tinkeri. ropp, Collins,
and others are to be found. In this vi
cinity the gray wolves are numerous.
Mr. James Collins reports a loss by wolves
this spring of some calves, also five suck
ing and eight yearling colts.
Thehee sep menon the upper Dupuyer
report considerable losses through the
winter, also in lambing. We noticed Mr.
.J. Burd of Dupuyer seemed to be doing a
A GOOD BUSINESS
at this place, which is on the line of the
Piegan reservation, He is building up
quit- a trading point. Hershberg Bros.
and Silverman & Cohen each have a
o branch store here and report business
good. In this vicinity are thousands of
acres of as fine land as can be found for
settlers. Anyone wlhshng to locate a
ranch can do no, better than to come to
the vicinity of Birch creek.
QUAIL TRACK.
A Degeronus Trust Broken.
MAeoN CITy, June 8.-Agents have
been instructed to sell binding twine of
various kinds at an average of 4 cents
below the prices of last year. This is be
lieved to indicate that the binding twine
trust which has imposed such burdens
on farmers of this and other states has
been broken, This reduction of price
will save many thousands of dollars to
i Iowa farmers alone.
4 Geoure D. Itasin Dead.
HILENA, June 8.-George D. Eastin,
an old sad well-known newspaper man,
formerly of theBft. Paul Globe and late
editor of the Helena Independent, died
at Warm Springs, Montana, today.
M re BeMd-Like Schemes.
WAesuNaTow, June 3.-The majority
report in the case of Miller vs. Elhiott
,f from the Sieventh South Carolina district,
was submitted to the house committee on
,t elections this morning by Chairman Row
eall. The report is somewhat sensational
in that at the very beginning it declares
I; that the entire South Carolina registra
it tion and eleetion laws are unconstitution.
t al. The basis fer the declaration as stat
ed In the report is that the state law
imposee a number of restrictlona upon
a the oxexems of the right of sufftrage
1 which are in colict with the state con
stitution.
; Amendmet to the Tarff Bill.
Wan.urron, Jane ,-Senator Sher
it man toddy proposed and had referred to
the flnsane committee as an amendment
a to the tariff bill the wool echedule pre
pared by the national woulgowers assoe
a ciation. Senator Washburn also propose
.r ed to amend the bill by putting white
pine lumber on the list,
IOWA VISITED BY CYCLONES.
The State Institute at Glennwoanl
Wrecked and Several Lives
Lost.
LOVELAND IS ENTIRELY DESTROYED,
A Great Anti-McKinley Bill Meeting
Held in Philadel
phbi.
Aleek McClnre Presides Over the Large
Assemblage.
CounctL BLUPvr, June 3.-A special
from Elmwood, 15 miles southeast of
here, gives news of the disaster brought
on that city. v the great storm this
morning. The special states that a ter
riide storm passed over the city last light,
shortly after midnight. A heavy black
cloud advanced upon the city frol., tLe
west and the low rumble that preceded
it was suggestive of danger. The black
ness of the night was frequently dis
pelled by vivid Cashes of lightning. The
storm moved with great rapidity and
about one o'clock it reached this place.
Rain fell in torrents and was lashed about
by a strong wind. The hissing of the
lightning was followed by a deafening
clap of .hluder.
in a few hours the storm spent its fury
The state institute for the feeble
minded was struck at right angles and a
large smoke stack that towered above
the engine-room tottered and fell with a
crash. The roofof the building was too
weak to support the weight and the
smoke conductor tore its way through
and in its descent, claimed for its victims
Willie Cline of Clark county and Wesley
Emery of Monroe county, and their little
bodies were crushed almost to a pulp.
Six others were more or less injured by
the falling of the chimney. Several
other buildings were wrecked. The
storm was the most severe that ever visit
ed this section. Specials from Creston,
Atlantic and other points, show that the
storm was equally severe in these places.
An Inflnential Meeting.
PHILADcLPHIA, June 3.-A business
men's meeting for the purpose of pro
testing against the passage of the McKin
ley tariff bill was held at the Walnut St.
theatre this afternoon. Alexander K.
McClure presided. The list of vice pres.
Idents Included the names of the most
prominent business men in Philadelphia.
The hall was crowded. The tobacco, tin
plate and woolen industries were largely
represented. The speakers were Con
gressmen McAdoo of New York, Spring
er of Illinois, Bynum of Indiana and
Breckenrldge of Kentucky. Ex-Presi
dent Cleveland sent a letter of regrets.
Aid Apprseiated.
Naw OLtaLue, June 1.-The Louisana
legislature formally thanked congress for
aid given during the flood.
Opposing The Tarlff.
t BRssenL, June 1.-All except the
Unried States delegates to the anti slav
ery conference have formally adhered to
the Congo tariff as defined by the con
vention.
Swept Away Entirely,
1 CoUNCIL BLUrs, June 3.-The storm
which prevailed over this section last
night demolished what was left of the
village of Loveland. The river, swoolen
b by the cloud burst, Saturday night,
which carried away a number of build
ings, overflowed Ito banks from last
night's storm and carried everything be
fore it.
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TEN QUESTIONS
JOE -:- CONRAD
Would like to ask
THE -:- LADIES.
DO YOU LIKE:
lt. A Corset that fits you perfectly ?
2d. A Cornet that fits you easily ?
3d, A Corset that is flexible ?
4th. A Corset in which the bones will not break ?
Ith. A Corset that is long waistel ?
6th. A Corset in which the steels will not break ?
7th. A Corset that gives you an elegant form ?
8th. A Corset that is superior to imported goods ?
9th. A Corset that is free from imperfections ?
10th. A Corset that you can buy at its value?
IF YOU DO
Then come and see the following choice line
of Corsets:
Dr. Warner's French Model (satin)..................................83 00
Dr. Warners Health Nursing Corset.................................... 1 l50
Dr. Warner's Health Corset............. ........ ............... 1 25
Dr. Warner's 444 Corallne Corset.................... ............... 1 25
Dr. Warner's Perfection Waists for ladies ............................ I 25
Dr. Warner's Extra Long Waists...................................... 1 00
Dr. Warner's Fonr-in-Hand............................................. 1 .o
Dr. Warner's (French model) 222 Corset ................................ 1 00
Dr. Warner's Perfection Waists for. Misses ................ .............. 75
If you give these Corsets a trial you
will have no further trouble about fit and
service. All corsets boned with horn or
reed will break. Corsets filled with cord
will not give proper support. All. corsets
except Warner's are boned with either horn,
cord or reed. Dr. Warner's are boned with
Coraline and they will not break down.
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST
So try one of Dr. Warner's Make.
Agent for Butterick's Patterns
JOE CONRAD,
Central Avenue, - Great Falls.
OASIH PAID FOR
Hides, Sheep Skins, Furs and Tallow.
Eastern market prios paid for all the above stock. Prompt attention
given to all shipments made to me. Quotations furmsnhed on application.
Warehouse on Rt. R. track and Third ave. South. Ofice opposite the
Park Hotel. Addrees,
Thee. Gibson. Great Falls, M. T.

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