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OLUME VII.-NUMBER 26. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY JUNE 11, 1890. I'I.i'E FIVE CEN'i Elegant Line of Straw Hats just received. Stt Does everybody know that we ave just received the largest and nost complete assortment of Out er & Crossette's neckwear ever hown in Great Falls ? This as- . artment comprises the newest thpes, latest styles and richest taigns the market affords for lay and June in neekwear. By lI odds the richest tie in the arket tJis spring is the "Crepe ae." We have them in all styles imake, including the new bow, he " and," the "Wind ers" and'lnmg Ends." Wind ors for negligee shir t.in almost Indless variety, If you want a tie or everyday wear we can show ou a line at from 25 to 50 cents hat are beauties, fully as good as ire sold from 50 to 76 censt alas here. EGLIGE SHIRTS Lots of new things in this line eme in just recently. We can how you the prettiest line of tese shirts, including such cele rated makes as Cutter & Oros. ette's and Wilson Broa' at prices hat will sell them. We warrant !very shirt. OUR HAT DEPATMNT In this department we show you as the latest styles for spring and ls summer. Ii Haveyou seen the new "Fedora"? This hat is the latest out It is lighter and cooler than a stiff hat, and equally as dressy. We show - a complete line of them in black . and brown, at $8.50. S Our line of soft hate, is medium priced goods from $1.25 to $8.50 are "beanties" but are the best i value every offered. ' The justly celebrated Knox stif hate, in Spring shapes, are now in a stock. Of course every one knows they are perfection. Has anybody told you about that 12.80 fine sbae in lace and congress we bayg been selling so many of lately? If you haven't just treat your eyes to a surprise by coming in tc take a look at what Il the best wearing, best looking and finest shoe 4er shown in Montana at $2.50. It is good t enough for any onf to wear. Our $8.00, R850 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 Aitention. Respectfully, THE BOSTON, Andrew Jensen, Prop'r, Nest Door to hest National Bank Sanek' Salen. ds dq'arter for, verybo.Iy. The Flest Wlas llquorsad Olgwn always el hand. suhws5 gre0 wP,, MMp, MON FOR THE BIG6 MUDDY,I The Ipper River Likely to Receive Some Attention from Congress. h AMA AND DAKOTA TO SET $450.000 e Caucus Substitute for the Silver ti Bill Paees the House. Inom Carter and Seven Other Republi. e cans Join the Democrats in Voting Against it. WAsamenron, Jane 7.-North and boath Dakota and Montana senators are reeling pretty well over the prospect of securing a neat little appropriation for o he general improvement of the "Big` -uddy." The interested senators today reel sure that at least $450,000 will be given them for smprvements in these I states. For these states $40,000 is asked. Of this amount each state is to have !i00,000. It is provided that Yankton and Bismarck shall have 80,000 esach ant of this sum for Ice harbors. Next Tuesday Senators Moody, Casey and Pow. or will appear before the commerce com- I mittee to present their argument in favor of these improvements. The committee has practically agreed to report $800,000 for Dakota. Saettbstte for t ilvr ile Paers. WAsnavorox, June 7.-The houne paal ed canoes substitute for the silver bill by Svote of 185 to 119. On the fonl passage of the silver bill In the house, eight republicans as follows roted with the democrats against the bill: &nderso. Kansas;, Bsrtoge, Nevada; aerter, Montana; etlly, Kdness; Rock well Massachusetts; Townsend, Call orna; Turner, Kansas and Wilson of Washington. But one democrat, Wilson of Missouri, voted with the republicans for the paseage of the bill. Tarlf Bin Promised in Te Weeks. The republican members of the senate Inance committee have completed the tobacco, agricultural, provisions, fruits soa nte and spirit schedules of the arif bhill and expect the bill will be readto report to the senate within two An Iadian Agel. Vadtlanted. John S. Murphy has been reinstated as agent at Fort Berthold Indian agency in North Dakota. He was suspended some weeks ago pending an investigation of .-.ee- medeby employee under him. The result oft tti paidduring th of his bsispen. sion. Wari on Wi. T. Senator Moody today introduced an o amendment to the tarift bill imposing a duty of of 80 per sent. ad valorum after t July 1, 1891, upon coasiteriteie or block h oxide of tin and upon bar block and pig tin. Want to Pay the Ohlppowe. Congressman Comatock today intro- s duced an omnibus bill to pay the Chip. b pewa Indians in Minnesota claims due i them for damages under all past treaties. It provides that 17,000 be riventhe band for 49,00 scse of land ad by the gov ernment in establIshing the reservoire y tem(..thm uper MLdHuupp I river. It f is p idtlaoe -alsothat 10,000 be palid for losesassetained by damage to crops from 0 overlows, etc., up to present date. A Plum Ohe Pareo. WieQauroox, June 7.-The senate bill eI appropriating $6,000 for a public build- l lg at are,N. D., weeas amended today in the senate by mskiuia the amount $180,000. It ws passed as amended. Good Prspetsl na the Daoetas. S'. PAUm, June 7.-A Pioneer Press special from Huron, S. D., says: "Crop t reports from 15 counties in North Dakota and 81 in South Dakota, as received by Beergent Glaen of the U.5 . signal office here, are of the most encouraging char acter. Hatns have been very heavy and the ground is thoroughly soaked. Some localities report a rainfall of from three I to aix inches within the est aix days. I Here tie fell weu 92 inches. Wheat, ate and berley are dog finely. Vderoml i cut wrms, in others It Is growin rapid ly. Very many polot report the small rain crop in xceptonally fine ondition, In fact better than for years. Tis is par ooularly true of many outh Dakota co.n. ties. An Oil Timer Passes Away. OwoATor , MIan., Juae 7. --M.s.Rhoda Swaine, a personage of historic nteresit, has just died at the age of 110 years. She was a coudh of the late confederate gen ena, Robart E. Lee, nand distinctly re membered the visit of GOGeorge Wash ington and retaled a keelpsake received from him at the time. Pebeably Never wa s Treauie Wasaexnrox, June 7.-Seoretary No ble today received a telegram stating that $iiy, recently appoInted agpnt of the enomtnee Iadials at ttren .a agency had eka charge ofhi.ean thatn l further trouble is enticipated. Laboer Demanmo ttes. Lopupox, June 7--A great labor dem ountration was made today in Hyde Park. It it estimated that 40,000 men were in the prouseon that starched to the park, and where fully 800,0td were assembled to take part. Included amelng he saek era were ir Wilfred Lason, William Cai PJohn m oh r Bu ler agitator, Miohael Devitt. and Prof. Stuart. a Dastrateve FrIe. OLrurA, Wash., June 7.-The saw mill and sash and door factory of Zstco Manufalring oospany, at Buoods, burned tis afternoo, together wltl three million feet of dresed lumber. The flos, 19 ether bulldliga 0E a wholo hu w h. ,ra i 7L*. M; insura.ce eO08p sontnaooot n lothing catch ea i a eis t he latest. Ru boý kepsitinalltits AN ADVUCtTOUIIMNT FOR THIt N. P. f Through Tralns Will Nave 80 Hours to the oast--Will go by Butte. BT. PAUL, June 8.-By a new train to be put on by the Northern Pacific on June 11th, there is a gain of nearly 80 hours from ocean to ocean. This train leaves here. at 8:15 a. m., connecting closely with all tfaine from the east and reaches Tacoma and Portland the day following. In this connection important through car arrangements have been made by the Northern Pacific with the Milwaukee road whereby Pullman sleep ere will be attached to the latter's train at Chicago and will go right through to the coast. This arrangement is for the Pa cfic express leaving here at 8:15 a. m. and for the Pacific mail leaving here at 4:15 p. m. with through cars from Chica go will come over the Wisconsln Central. By this means both trains will be "through" from Chicago. Extra equip ment of care was ordered for the busi ness and on and after June 15th the f Northern Pacific will have sixteen trains on the road dally with 24 thoroughly and elegantly equipped dining cars to run over the entire 8,800 miles of line. i The recently completed Butte air line be- v tween Chicago and Butte of the Northern Pacific makes this the shortest lire by 120 miles. A Girl Gets There. LoanoN,June 7.-A young wonan car- I ried os the highest honors at the June examination at Cambridge university. The winner of this distinction is Miss Phtllippla Fawsett. Ohio R taulators. Wooaraa, Ohio, June 7.-Two weeks ago Mrs. John Bigler and George Gra zier left here going to the home of Richard Austin, a brother-in-law, near Blackeyville. Austin, who is weak and sickly man, objected to their presence, but Grasler threatened to kill him if did I not keep hie mouth shut. Grazier finally I undertook to run Vings about the place and began to abuse Austin, who com. plained to the neighbors. Grazier when ordered to leave Austin's house and ccmmunity refused to do so. At mid night last night, a party of about 50 men went to the house and took Grazier from the osde of Mrs. Sigler and adminlsteted a heavy coat of tar andfeathers. Gratier begged and cried formercy getting down on his knees and begge4 itsrhis life. On threats of lynching lit as ordered to leave the country, which he promised to do. Granter msai all otta of threats be fore leaving and it is feared blood will be shed as a result of the afair. A Liberal Lottery. Naw ORLEANS, June 7.-The Louis ana lottery amendment proposes to pay one million dollars annually to that state, the money to be distributed to the schools, churches, pensions, drainage and for sanitary purposes. The Carpenterm in 5ou. w ouresees Ju" a-.-A series f Jl0l 1e sassni apgalunst members of the Jour- of neyfien Carpenters' association, accused di of it~tlidating add assaulting non-union a' men, be this afternoon. The first 0 case caled resulted in the discharge of the accmed. Four ether cases were heard and continued until June 18th. Won't In.y Ealsh oear. .hcaoo, June 6.--An evening paper d says that the Irish saloomsts won't buy C beer from the English syndicate brewer- C ies and that other manufacturers are 2 gaining business thereby. The Lottery Wins. Nzw ORLsAIS, June 6.-What is re garded as a test vote in the Louisiana legIslature resulted today 49 to 26 in favor of the lottery. Qulek Work. NEw Yons, June 0.-It took but five seconds to get word of the Derby to the t New York offce of the associated press from London. This is the fastest time on record. Business Outlook hood, t Nw YoRnx, June 6.-R. G. Dun & Co.'s weekly review of trade says: "All lndi tations regarding legitimate business con tinue encouraging. Reports from other cities are almost without exception fayv orable. The money market has been favorable, the treasury having taken in about $1,100,000 more than it paid ont. Exports from New York In Nay show an increase of 1036 per cent over last year. In short, the monetary prospect in all parts of the country favorable to bust sess activity. Besmess falures occur ring throughout the country during the tlast seven days number 920 as compared with the total of 918 last week. For cor responding week of last year the figures were 225. TELXGZAPEIC TICKS. The Michigan wheat condition is 76 cent of average. A flood drowned three men in Ashley creek,Utah. Iardre, Ontario, loses $0,000 by floods. The Ause thresher and reaper works at Oswgo, New York, have been destroy ed by lightning. Loss p0,000. Gov. Hill has signed the bill exempting newspaper men from jury duty. Thursday night's torm caused much ios In New York slate. Bhombevg, Ontario has s nufered ib,- i 000 loss by floods. Many bridges, four dams asd dwellings have been washed away by freshee, at Greenwood, Ontario. The president has nominated the fol lowing consuls: Thomas ,.. Newson of Minnesota, at Maltgra William A. Rub lee of Wisconsin, at Prague. . Three hundred planing mill and fural ture factory employee at East Sagnaw have asruck for 9 hours work and 10 hours pay. , The Mpaensete, rarmenrs' Auiese. d or. Par, June 6.-The Minnesota a Farmers' Alliance executive committee r, met here today. The question of politi. cal action had been referred to local alli ances, but pot enough of these had been heard from to warrat definite action by the committee. The committee consder 0 ed also the scheme for securing large a, loans from an English syodicatMq cap iat low ms. Ofer was de to end large sums on farm land security a Scet through the agency of the silt . They wanted apercent and havre t ven the syndicate 60 days to come All the latest styles in wall paper, at Ruboatom'L __ Wedding lGifts at ltingwald'a. u- Figured law at 2. 3 cents, at New york Csah Daer. SPIRITED RACING AT ST, LOUIS,. Billy Letcher Wins the Derby Al most Without a Strug gle. m VICE REEINT FAILS TO BET THERE, di Encouraging Crop Reports From the th Two Dakotas-Heavy Rains o SInsure Good Cropse. h nh The Senate Increases the Appropria- re tion for Fargo's Public Build- us uig to $125.000. th i. ___ H Sr. Lou.s, June 7.-A more ideal dlay i for racing could not be conceived than d greeted the patrons of the St. Loutl of Jockey Club for the opening of the regu- st lar summer meeting. The attendance in was estimated at 10,000. James B. Fer guson officiated in the starting of fields. is Y The judges were President Charles Green a of the St. Louis Jockey Club; General J. rI F. Robinson, president of the Lexington, @ Ky., course, and B. G. Bruce. The Derby el e race was of course the big event of the F. day, but it was a great disappointment. h s There was but one horse in-it, so far as n qualities for a first class performance iso concerned-Billy Letcher. He had the Sslnch on the result. In the betting he a was a hot favorite at 1 to 12. Queen Toy if had been backed heavily for the place n Sbut was scratched early in the days slear d ng only Letchar, The Bishop and Grayh son in the race. h e, Perguson sent them of at the first at d tempt, Bishop in the lead, Letober half s Ii length back nd Grayson a full length be hnd. At the first quarter Graysn at tempted to bolt. His jockey had all heA could do to keep him out of the f$8ne. 1 He was not in the race after that. Pas. a id tng the stand the positions were the sine as at the quarter. They remained practi 'n cally unchanged until the mile post was m reached, when Bill Letcher with the d greatest easue lpassed Bishop and had the i race won. He traveled easily lunto the Shome stretch. Here the Bishop was giv n en the whip, but he could not catch the n to leader. Letcher flnished first under pull; to Bishop was second, four lengths back I 5- and two lengths in front of Grayson. 11 Time, 2:41r. 1st race--Pure, $600, one mile. The I race was easily won by Cartoon, who come away from his field *Which had s. bunched to head of the stretch. There was a fight betwe.ea Mabel and Ontloik for second, place, Mabel securing It by a neck. Time 1:48. he od race-.Sell g purse, $500, nine fur te longs. Red Leaf made munning for a mile, then Boas forged to the front and won IsP a lengtlifm Bed Leaf, who was second, two l.nhs in front of Vice tl irt. Ti e '.6 5th rae- Purse, mile and a quar ter. olds, five furonter. B made halfl running four'sr ed delay Ferguson sent 18 or 14 youngsters on away to an axcellent start, all bunched. r CarrieA waleftat the post. Shotwon of by a neck, Average second, Monte Rosa ire third. Time,15li. ter. Carter B made all running for a mile with Marie K trailing in the rest at stretch. She closed up raplded and is er iving the finish made a dead hat with uy Carter B. Time, 2:123. Lula B third. .r- On the run to, Carter B won. Time, sre 2:19. THE XAUUT ,POwrT. BrIef Resume of Opersates I tihe B.sr maret etereday. NEw YORx, June 7.-Bar silver $1.04j. Nsw Yoex, June 7.-Money easy,wlth no loans. Olosed with an. offer at 4. 9 Prime mrgatntlle paper 108@|; steri ing exoeag qpiet at4.84% for 80 dayt bills +tpd 64 ý(6 for ddemand. MrmarjPoLte, June 7.-The receipts of wheat for the day were 67 cars; ship ments 11 cars. The cash wheat market today was slow, sales were sdiail and the I demand, ex Ipt froselevstor cqmpanies I small outaidede &d si leat teop - I ing, but it wre lson fillel.. few s et- I ed sam plea were also bough early boy l eal millers. Low grades dull. Closing quotations were: No. 1 hard June 883; July, 80; on track, 90. No. 1 northern June 80w; July, 89%; on track, 89. Nor 9 northern June 85; July 86%; on track, 86@86. COscaeo, June 7.-Drovers' Journal report: Cattle- Receipts 86,000. Ship ments, none. Beeveso 44809.00; steers o8.804.70; stockers and feeders, ~.60@.86; cows, bulls and mied 1L.40080; Texas steers, 2.50 04Cl5. see P-Raocept4 4,000; market weak, LatiVe 18.8006.8 westerns $firstname.lastname@example.org; Texans, 48.8694.80; lambs 6.00®7.00. NWw YostE, June 7.- Burlington 107; Missouri Pacific, 7h%; Northern Pacific, 87, preferrefd 84; Northwest er, 110, preferred 146; St. Paul, 77%, preferred 20%; Manitoba, i1s3; Oma Sa, i, preferred 0; iot. Paul & Duluth. 86; Wisconsin entral', 80o ; Great North ern preferred 84%. Thns oiler Omsmlttee Heard From, WAesoroeN, June O.-The Nattonal uxeoutive Tilver committee today adopt ed ruesoltions to the elect that In case a satisfactory measure for full restoration of silver to its former place as money metal Is not enacted, it will call a nation al silver convention in which farmers' eliance and all other industrial organi eations will be invited to join with bimet alisat everywhere with a view of sinking politi.s and making the silver question the totolnlog issue in future campalos, atg .artty in congrsasonal districts, io l next eaietion, and advise that nobody be supported for congress or the press deacy who is not In favor of such full restorntips. The committee regards with unalterable disfavor any bullion redemp tion measure. OosSrmatoas. Wusuaeroe, June .-The senate con firmed the following: William Relle of WIsconsn, mwiul 5 Prgue; John B. o sCatlin, India iagent at the Blsrckfeet ogency, Mont. Mr. Leaon Promoted. Sr. PAUL, June 6,.-W. J. C,. Kenyon has been appointed general frelght and pea t Mser agent of the Burlington & North ern. Heretofore Kenyon hasbeenu solely in charge of the pasapsaer department but since the removal of Wm Hamblin to bChicago he ha beens put In charge of freight also. NEWS FROM BAtRKIt Death of Ole E. Hergh-The Mtn} A Edna and Other Mines Trninlg oW Ore. [Special correspondence of the Tamisn.l Ci.EnaxENIN, June 5, 1890, EDITOR TRIBUNE: Since nr'last com munication there has been nothing to note, but today I have the saddest of news to communicate to you. Ole E. Bergh died here on the ld inst. liewas buried on the 5th at the Barker gepe yard in the presence of one hundre.litizens of the camp. Although Ole was not much over a year in the Barker miting district he endeared himself to all who knew him. He was o quiet, inooeative young man without faults of any k.o~d, except retirement and strict attentioi the busi ness of his employers. In every sense ot the word Ole E. Ber'h was lgood man. He was born at Eggedal, N0way, on the id of January, 1865. May is soul rest in peace. The ladies, as w as the chil dren of the public school oed out to do him homage. They not ty turned out en masse,but a few ldle of the camp showed their appreciation the young man by going on the hill-sides and gath ering flowers to strew on the grave of their departed friend. TMy not only laid flowers on the grave they placi d a garland on his brow. funeral ser vloe were conducted by Juge W. E. Ful ler, Although not a preacher of any de nomination in particular, I Inust say his effotwas worthy of the oodasion. No new mining deals te report from here at present, although have several mining experts in camp siong whom I I will mention P. H. Hu ohee and Mr. Banks of your city; also r. Jos. Otter- ] son and a fair lady of Grit Falls. We also had a visit during therat week fromnt those prince of goodaelloas, Bill Cock rill and John Sinclaire; nm their shadows never grow less. They ate both always welcome. The May & Edna mine'still turns out her weekly quota of ore; pther prospects in proportion. The Hcspful mine is looking extra well, so Hughes and Heasdrick are both looking happy. Even Black Hawk stock is Iohing up. The Allis, Big Mike snd other properties are looking fine to msay nothing of the Conley and townsite property. More next week. Another Banking Hoase. The building for the Bank of Sand Coulee, at that place, is completed and the furniture is in place. The building is a neat two story brick str~cture, nice finish ed. The second story has been divided into office rooms. The bank will open for businesstomorrow morning. H. Bur rill, President, and Gold T. Curtis, Cash ier, will conduct the business for the company. The bank starts in on a solid basis and with the wide experience which the officers bring will receive the confidence and patronage of the public from the outset. A Chance to uxel Moaey. tin If you want a business site in as good ba a location as there is pa Great Falls, with. co out exception, at only $125 a front foot, log see J. K. Clark op. This property co Will bSwozhdobi..emoney tin abort ti time, as a numiFT - flusest blocki-i the city are going up around it. If you want property to improve that will com- or mand as high rent as any location in the al: city, this is the opportunity, and no great rk amount of capital Is required either. It i will pay you to look at it before making Al other investments. As tic From the Montanlaa ke The Ryan boys from Frenchtown near hi Missoula, came over the range recently th via Cadot's Pass with a wagon and about de 50 head of cattle. They made the trip from Frenchtowh here in 15 days, and are on their way to Sheep creek. They report green grass all the way across the divide. Joe Kipp has gone into the mountains B with a pack train in the interests of the M Great Northefo. The survey on thisside runs up Little Willow creet, between Two Medicine and Out bank. The snow is very deep in the mountain pass and the work will be very slow. Wild Boy, chief of the Cree Indians, who have been loading in the vicinity of Choteau for some time past, has gone to the Flathead Reserve to make some ar I rangements with the Indians there where by the Crees may find a home. If satis factory arrangements can be made, Wild Boy will dispatch a runner with tobacco for his people here, who will then pull up stakes and follow afterther chief. May he send the tobacco. INDIAN TROUDLoS. Theyennes in Montana ad the Monomiines In Wisonsin are Unruly. WASHINGTON, June 0.-The secretary of the interior has received atelegram corroborating the report that a white man was recently murdered on Tongue river reservation in Montana by northern Chey s enne Indians. The settlers in that sec tion are said to be in a state of great alarm, fearing a general uprising, and in order to prevent further bloodshed and to restore confidence and a feeling of a afety among the settlers, the secretary requested the war departmentto despatch Sone or more companies of cavalry to the (, reservation. r- eports received at the Interior depart s. ment show that a very unsatisfactory 1- state of afairs exist at Green Bay, Wis consin agency. Mr. Kilsay who was some time ago nominated and confirmed as agent of the Menominss at Green Bay Sagency, has not been permitted as yet to take charge ofhis office. The Indians, it is said, arus very much opposed to a " change of agents, and to show their re n gardor the old asgent and to prevent, s ai pominle, his welng dispossessed, they have madexsuch hostile democstrations as to apparently Intimidate the new agent 'so'that he is afraid to exercise his author Sity. In order tobring matters toaconclu . sion Secretary Noble ihs telegraphed g ilesy to take charg of his office at once or he would see that an agent was ap er pointed who would do so. S Weant Oratin Inspeetd. We WarsocTON, June 5.-Haddock intro Sduced in the senate today a bill providing Sfor the inspection and storage of grain for interstate shipment. All railroad companies engaged in interstate com merce by the terms of the bill are requir ed to construct elevators and store houses f for storage of such grain along their re . sp ve lines, at places to be designated t r atoete hboard. The president is an thzried to appoint one chief a espeator of grai in each state and territor) asd the ecretary of agriculture may appoint o such assianmt inspecitos as may be re Sqsrel to tarry out the provis'oas of the set. Th i Laetion fees shall b, fixed by ythe secretary of agriculture. t, Rubettom hasU the best paper hangers o in the city. Nngagemet Rlings at Rls)fvwld's, EXECUTION OF THOMAS KING, He Pays the Penalty of Murder at Boulder Yester day. THE CIRCUMSTANCES OF THE CGRIME. King Maintains to the Last That the Shot Was Accidental and He Did Not Intend to Kill Fogarty. Efforts of the Prisoner to Commit Suicide Frustrated by the Guard. HELENA, June i.--[Special to the Toa nuNE.] Thous. King was executed at Boulder at half past eleven this mora!ng. It was seventeen minutes from the Inme the weight fell till he was pronounrced dead by the physician. He said nouhing at the scaffold but made a statement in the jail this morning, claiming Iack of in tention to kill Fogarty and that the shot wan accidental. He thanked his lawyer kindly and also the sheriff and jailor. The crime for which Thos. King has paid the extreme penalty of the law was the murder of a man named Fogarty at Elkhorn on the night of last November. The saloon was entered by King and his IaI friend Peters after a dance at which they both had some words with Fogarty. When Peters got into the saloon he went up to Fogarty who was already there and attacking him was set upon by some of the latter's friends. In the melee which followed King shot Fogarty. During the past week two attempts by the prisoner to take his own life were frustrated by the 6ti guard. DROWNED IN THE RIG PLUNGE. The First Fatal Accident at the Naetonarum Hotel Broadwater. HELENA, June 0.--[Special to the Tm nBUNE]-Hans Nelson, an employe of the N. P. round house, was drowned tonight in the big plunge bath at the Hotel Bruad water. This is the first case of drowning since the place was opened. It is thought that Nelson was intoxicated when he en tered the water. Quite a number of peo ple were in the bath and the shouting of a man in distress at the deep end did not attract much attention in such a large place. There was nobody in the water where Nelson drowned. As he uttered a cry of despair before going down the last time, J. V. Jerome of the First National I bank, ran in his bathing suit as fast as he could along the walk and rlunged head long where saw Nelson go down, but r could not locate him. About the same D time Wn. J. Fuchs, realizing the situa tion, heroically leaped into the water without waiting to undress and searched D e all around for the body, which did not D t rise to the surface again. It was fully 20 t minutes before the body was recovered. D All efforts to resurrect him proved useless. Asthere is a danger line and printed no- D tice warning people who cannot swim to keep away from that part of the bath no D blame can be attached the management. D The coroner's jury rendered a verdict to that effect. The water was about 10 feet U t deep where Nelson drowned. d B Stekk of, Builder's Hardware at e All kinds of House Furnishings at the Bee Hive. WI W se re w e) cc C I e> (p i C 0 CO) I **4 0 TEN QUESTIONS JOE -:- CONRAD :Would like to ask THE -:- LADIES. DO YOU LIKE: let. A (orset that fits you perfectly 2d. A Corset that fits you easily ? Rd, A Corset that is flexible ? 4th. A Corset in which the bones will not break ? 5th. A Corset that is long waited ? 6th. A Corset in which the steels will not break ? 7th. A Corset that gives you an elegant form ? 9th. 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 a Then come and see the following choice line at of Corsets : it ie Dr. Warner's French Model (satin)..................... ............83 00 a Dr. Warner a Hearth Nursing Corset................................. 1 50 d Dr. Warner's Health Corset...................... ................... 1 25 0 Dr. Warner's 444 Coraline Corset ................. .................. 1 25 d. Dr. Warner's Perfection Waists for ladies.... ....................... 1 25 oD Dr. Warner's Extra Long Waists................. ................... 1 00 Dr. Warner's Four-in-Hand...................... ........................ 1 00 It. Dr. Warner's (French model) 222 Corset............................... 1 00 et 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. Wiarner's Make. Agent for Butterick's Patterns JOE CONRAD, Central Avenue, - Great Falls. OASH PAID FOR Hides, Sheep Skins, Furs and Tallow. Eastern market prices paid for all the above stook. Prompt attention given to all shipments made to me. Quotations furnished on application. Warehouse on R. R. track and Third ave. South. Office opposite the Park Hotel. Address, Theo. Gibson, Great Falls, M. 'I.