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BROBIEK
135 W. Broadway 'Phone 691 B
For a good cup of coffee try our Hoffman
House; there is nothing better; ( a
per pound, a3c; 3 pounds............ .lVU
Sweet Potatoes, Eastern Jerseys, ý
per pound ..................... ..
IIAMS.
Small lean Hams, to to sa pounds, 15e
per pound ......... ........ ..... .... 5
Swift's l'lelic, . O
per pound .......... ...............1 0
I.ARD.
Pure kettle-rendered lard, 3-pound palls, 40c;
S.pound palls, 6c; $1 .25
to pounds ..........................
BUTTI.R.
Trotbeck's Best Creamery Butter, fresh sdirect
from the creamery three times per 250
week; per pound ..........................
FLOUR.
jrobeck's Fancy Patent, t hea est t An
Iread flour made; special............. $.9U
Rex Flour, $I 25
J ) p o u n d s ............................ . .L
No. t Dakota Hard I o
Wheat Flour ....................... $I1.
CIIIEES.
The best full cream mild Anmerican cheese;
rant't be beat; aoc per pound; .
I poiunds.............................. 50c
PRL NES.
Mleaty, small pits, gA
per pound ......... .................. tc
Extra large, 4oc to So:
3 pounds ................................. 2 5
SUGAR.
too pounds fine Granulated Sugar, I AA
$6.'S; is pounds................. 0....... lV
Prompt Delivery In Sity Only
Toilet Ware
In Sterling or Silver Plate
Including Large or Small Pieces.
Watches
and
Jewelry
The Genuine
ROGERS BROS :
Spoons. Forks, etc.
Toilet Sets, including comb, brush $7
and mirror as low as ................... V
TOWLE & WINTERNALTER
Jewelers and Opticians. 28 W.Park
75c to $1.25
Pocket Knives 4oc
$2 to $3.50 Razors $
All drummers' samples; best from the
factories. NE\VBRO DRUG CO., top N.
Main Street.
BRODERSEN IN COURT
PLEADS NOT GUILTY ON THE f
CHARGE OF FORGING SIGNA
TURES TO A BOND.
A. C. Brodersen was in the district
court this morning to enter a plea in the
case wherein he is charged with forging
signatures to a bond on undertaking. Mr. t
Brodersen announced that 'e would enter
a plea of not guilty. His case will comec
up next week when a jury has been se
lected.
?5he
BEE
HIVE'S
Picture framing
Department
Is showing the largest
and finest line of picture
frames in Butte. Our
large -showing makes se
lections easy.
BEE HIVE
a3 West Park Street.
Nixon
Cash Grocery
9o5 UTAH AVENUE
Saturday's Specials
rsM Pounds Cane
sugar.................... $1.00
Utah Toptates,
per pound................ I83
Sauer Kraut,
per pound ......................
TEN THOUSAND IS
THE TOTAL T00AY
BALLOTS FOR THE INTER MOUN
TAIN TRIP TO WORLD'S FAIR
ARE POURING IN.
38,000 IN THE SIX DAYS
Miss Seitz Still Leads the Silver Bow
Contestants With a Total of
5,000--New Entries.
(Continuerl from Page one.)
day for Miss Fannie Reif. She starts off
with 5o3. coupons.
Several new entries were reported this
morning. They are: Flathead county,
Miss Mary Slack of Kalispell; Cascade
county, Miss Netta Gervals of Great Falls.
:Miss Floy tOlds of Victor received a
nice vote from Butte today.
The following report from Beaverhead
county was received too late today to be
tabulated:
Lottie McIntosh, Ji; Ethel Squire, :8;
Nannie IMcLoughlin, M6; lucy Ford, 3;
Emily Taylor, so; Mae Rich, to; Carrie
Harrison, 3o.
Following is the report today from For
syth, Roscbud county: Miss Floy West
gate has secured up to date 2,079 votes.
From Red Lodge, Carbon county: Miss
lyle Early, ,riJI; Miss Gertrude Wat
son. 16.
LADIES ACCEPT POSITIONS
i're.idlctt Lee Mantle is in receipt of
htti' s from Miss Mary A. Cruse of
IHelena, and Mrs. W. W. Cheely of this
city, accepting their applointment as Iltetl
hers of the woman's auxiliary committee
of the Montana W\orld's Fair commission.
'Miss Cruse has accepted the chairman
ship of the committee, which is to consist
of three well-known women of the state.
In her letter this morning Miss Cruse
speaks enthusiastically of the work to lie
done by the committee antd promises to
actively co-operate with the other members
in every way to imake it effective.
The results to be accomplished by this
cormmittee brings the members into direct
co-operation with the most artistic minds
amtlong the women of Montana as they
will have to see to the decorating and orna
menting of the Montana state building
at the World's Fair in St. Louis.
It is the intention of this committee
to gather from near and far the most
beautiful bits of needlework, embroidery,
tapestrics, pictures, rugs, portieres. screen.s,
cushions, burnt wood, burntt leather. etc.,
to be found in the state. So far as pos
sible it is the wish of the coummittee that
these all be the work of residents in the
state.
It is pr(bable that Miss ('ruse will
call the committee together within a few
days to make preliminary plans for tile
work and together make the necessary
jppointmnents of tmeni ers to the sub
commnittees throughout the state, as this
is part of the duties of the auxiliary
committee.
In talking with a representative of the
inter Mountain today, President Mantle
stated that he had received a communi
cation from Superintendent R. G, Young
of this city saying that he had promised
the co-operation of the Butte school board
in making the educational exhibit from
this city complete in every detail, also
thlat the hoard had promised the necessary
funds with which to assure the desired
success.
Also that Dr. Craig of the State uni
versity at Missoula had written to ask for
special space for the entire collection
from the university including the mountedl
specimens in the collection and exhibits
along the line of higher education.
At present Mr. Mantle does not quite
know where to place this exhibit and space
allotted by the commissioners is already
inadequate.
"The contract with Gulden & llamnond,
taxider.,ists of Missoula," said Mr. Mantle,
"has been closed by the commission and
this firm will prepare a group of all the
species of large animals native to the
state. Each group will consist of male,
female and young, so far as possible to
obtain these. There are hunters now all
over the state procuring these specimens,
and when completed the company will ship
to St. Louis and place them in the game
and forestry building, under the direction
of an expert.
ROUTE TO BROWN'S GULCH
Not Likely That Free Rural Delivery Will
Be Established.
Special Agent Clements of the rural
free delivery service left today for Idaho
Falls, where he will hold civil service
examinations for the position of carrier in
the rural free delivery,
Mr. Clements inspected the Brown's
Gulch route yesterday, but it is not likely
that a favorable report will be made, as
the route is difficult of service.
Three applicants took the examination
yesterday for the Nine-mile route, and
this will be established within the next
jo days,
Will Not Exhibit.
SPECIAI. TO THE INTER MOUNTAIN,
Great Falls, Oct 24.-The public schools
of Great Falls received an object lesson
today of the result of the closing down
of the Boston & Montana mines, which
will close the smelters here, when It was
decided, on account of the unsettled con
ditions in the business world, not to make
an exhibit at the St. Louis Fair,
This action was decided upon at a meet
ing of the school board,
The people here naturally feel pretty
blue against those who have brought about
these conditions, and they fear to en
counter any extra expenses until they
know when the smelter will resume,
Superintendent l.argent of the city
schools, who was a member of the aux
iliary World's Fair commission, has re
signed, and this action also meets with
approval.
The Butte shutdown therefore deprives
the pupils of this community front making
an exhibit at St. Louis of their proficiency
in the schoolroom,
Escort Arranged.
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS,
Washington, D. C., Oct. 24.-Lieutenant
Chas. S. Hussey of the navy will conm
mand the naval detachment including the
marine guard, which escort Consul Skin
ner on his special mission to the king of
Abyssinia. Lieutenant Hussey is flag
lieutenant to Rear Admiral Cotton, com
manding the European squadron, and was
recently sent from the flagship Brooklyn,
Here is the Way They Stand
Today's Vote in The Inter Mountain's World's Fair Tour contest
BEAVERIIEAD COUNTY- l.ast Today's Total. LEWIS AND CLARKE COUNTY- Last Today's Total.
Report. Vote. Vote. (Continued.) Report, Vote. Vote.
Miss Lottie McIntosh, Dillon............ 295 ....... e9s Miss Jennie Boynton, Helena ........................ ....... ....... ...
Miss Emily C. Taylor, Dillon........ . .............. ....... 8 78 Miss Cherry Ward, Helena ........... ............. . .......
Miss Lucy M. Ford, Lim.a ............ ............ S .. 5 Miss Cora Conrad, Marysville ................. ....... ....... .o..
Miss Nannie MeLoughlin, Dillon. ......... .... ..... . . ...". * s "" MADISON COUNTY-
Miss Julia Grant, Lima ............. ... ...... . . . . . .....*..* *:::4r *** Miss Fannie C. Relf, Virginia City.................. . ...... o3 So3
Miss Ethel Squire, Dillon .. .......... ..... . ~*.**...... . Miss Naunne Thomas, Sheridan ................. 6 . ..... 6
Miss Carrie Harrison, Dillon .......... ... ....... Miss Gertie Kohis, Virginia City................... . ..... . * .......
Miss Grace G. Gray, Bannack..... ................. ...... .. ...... * .." Miss Edna Jackson, Virginia City...................... ...... .... ..". *...
Miss Estelle Mac Rich, Dillon................. .. ...... . . ......., . "* . Miss Rita Marshall, Sheridan ..... ................... .......... .*..
BROADWATER COUNTY-- Miss Edith J. Evans, McAllister ..................... .......... .......
Miss Christina Erickson, Townsend............ .. 4 ..... 4 Miss Mary Sperling, Ennis.................................. ........ .
Miss Lella Parker, Townsend... ..... . .. . . .. ....... Miss Maud Northway, Ennis............................ ... ....... ............
Miss Maud Penwell, Townsend...... ,... ......... ........... Miss Maude Northway, Ennis...................... ..... ......
Miss Rena Sohaaf, Townsend........ ..... ............ ...... * ............... MEAGHER COUNTY
Miss Lizzie Barker, Townsend................................ ...... . Miss Clara Chapin, White Sulphur Springs............ ....... ....... ...... *
Miss Mamie McRae, Townsend....................... , *..... * **.. ... * Miss Catherine Rens, White Sulphur Springs.......... ............ ......
CARBON COUNTY- Miss Eva Hartfield, White Sulphur Springs.......... .......... ....
Miss Nellie Gurrell, Red Lodge........ .... ...... ... ....... Miss Effie Tipton, White Sulphur Springs............ .. ...... .......
Miss Gertrude Watson, Red Lodge. .ý.:... ............. .... ....... ....... Miss Maud Fuchs, White Sulphur Springs......... ................ ...... .........
Miss Eva Robbins, Red Lodge.................... ...... ... . . MISSOULA COUNTY
Miss Elmer Bowcn, Red Lodge.................. ..... . .. ..* " ..... Miss Victoria Cyr, Frenehtown....................... 38t ....... 38
Miss Marget Deegan, Red odge.....................,....... ........ ....... Miss Nellie Longstaff, Missoula.................... . 68 65 233
Miss Annie O'Shea, Red Lodge ................................ ...... Miss May Drago, Missoula.. .................. 56 133 s89
Miss Fannie Rourke, Red Lodge............ ..... .................. Miss Sarah Beard, Missoula........................ t ....... 7
Miss Bertha Reno, Chance............................... ....... ... .... Miss Mamie Osborne, Missoula...................... 58 ....... S8
CUSTER COUNTY- Miss Amy Gates, Missoula................ .......... s ...... r« 55
Miss Rose Gaylord, Miles City................. .......... , 7 7 Miss Anda Pritchard, Missoula....................... 52 ....... 52
Miss Lula Wilson, Miles City.... . .................... .. t Miss Bessie Taylor, Missoula...................... St .... 5S
Miss Mary Coleman, Miles City...................... ....... ....... ....... PARK COUNTY
Miss Myrtle Johnson, Miles City.............................. .... . ........ Miss Maud H. Vance, Livingston.......................... .. .......
Miss Margaret Carter, Miles City.......,............. ........... , .. ..... Miss Louise Darrouch, Livingston....... ....... .............. ......
Miss Edith Whalen, Miles City...... .............. . ....... Miss Edna Driscoll, Livingston ..................... .....................
Miss Mary Schrimer, Miles City ..................... ....... ....... Miss Birdie Clark, Livingston............................... ...... ......
Miss Rosalee Terrett, Miles City............................ . ..... ....... Miss Elsie Mercier, Livingston................... ....... ....... .......
Miss Marion Gordon, Miles City.................... ................... Miss Florence Goodson, Livingston.............. .............. .......
Miss Kate Burgel, Miles City ..... ................. ...... ....... ..... ..Miss Rose Hausen, Livingston ...........................................
Miss Bessie Hultman, Miles City............................ ....... ........ Miss Edna Turner, Livingston..................... ....... .............
Miss Daisy Haynes, Miles City.............. ... ............... ..... ........ Miss Etta Hruza, Livingston....................... ............. .......
Miss Ada Eichorn, Miles City................................... ............ Miss Nannie Nicol, Livingston ...................... ....................
CASCADE COUNTY- POWELLI COUNTY
Miss Eva E. Stelzer, Great Falls.. ................. gor ...... . So Miss Mable Beaumont, Deer Lodge ................... 28 to a68
Miss Nelly Short, Great Falls.......................... 330 ...... 3o Miss Oro Fino Miller, Deer Lodge.................... 6 ....... 16
Miss Mae Richardson, (;reat Falls.................... ........ ....... . Miss Annie Daly, Helmville......................... ,......... ...... .....
Miss Edith Brown, Great Falls.................... ..... ..... ....... Miss Harriet Quigley, Ophir........................ . .......
Miss Netta Gervais, Great Falls.......... ............. ..... .. ...... ........ . RAVALLI COUNTY
CHOUTEAU COUNTY- M, O Miss Ploy L. Olds, Victor........................ ... 303 5 .3 86
Miss Marion Auld, IHavre.......* , Msi.*4,,,, ,.,.,s So ..,.,cc O Miss Mattle Hlggins, Stevensvlle.................... ....................
DEER LODGE COUNTY- Miss May Dougherty, Corvallis ......................................... ......
Miss Julia Cuddihy, Anaconda......... .......... 1,761 97r 1,958 Miss Daisy Bond, Hamilton............................. .......
Miss Nina Graham, Anaconda......... ............ 552 78 630 Miss Ethel Chambers. Hamilton................................... ............. ...
Miss Annie Marony, Anaconda....................... 354 0to 459 Miss Cora Adams, Hamilton.............................................
Miss Kitty Lyons, Anaconda........................ 278 s44 422 Miss Lilla Semmons, Hamilto................. ....... ....... .......
DAWSON COUNTY- Miss Laura Harper, Hamilton........................ . .......... ......
Miss II. May Johnson, Glendive ...... ............. ....... ......- ....... ROSEBUD COUNTY
Miss Frances Lee, Glendive............. ... ..... .... ...... ........ Miss Floy Westaby, Forsyth.... ................. .................
Miss Effie Teeter, Glendive.......................... ...... . ...... Miss Ethel Waddingham, Forsyth.................. .. ........ .............
Miss Jessie Jones, Glendive...................... .. ...... ........... Miss Pearl Kane, Forsyth........................... .............. ......
Miss Ruth Hunter, Glendive...........2,........ .............. ........ Miss Mayme Hammond, Forsyth..................... ...... .............
Miss Mabel Batchelor, Glendive......... ........ . ....... ....... ....... Miss Marie Newnes, Forsyth ......................... ... ........
Miss Aria Mack, Glendive........... ................. ....... . ............. Miss Ida Marcyes, Forsyth................................... ...
Miss Mary Osborne, Glendive. ...................... .............. ..... . SILVER BOW COUNTY
Miss Annie Simons, Glendive........... . ............ .......... .......Miss Hattle Seitz, Butte.......................... . 3,922 1,ao6 5,128
Miss Frances Johnson, Glendive......J.................... ............... Miss Alice Jackson, Butte.......................... 2,357 902 3.259
Miss Ililda Foss, Glendive ........... " .......... .............. * ...... Miss Nell ý.loyd, Butte.............................. 1,799 ,o025 2,824
FLATHEAD COUNTY- ' Miss Geneva M. Smith, Butte....................... r,ato 664 1,874
Miss Maude Fauver, Kalispell..... .... , ........ ........ .....s. « ...... Miss Laura Kilgallon, Butte................. ......... . ,aoo 569 1,769
Miss Bessie Tate, Kalispell ....................... ...... ....... ..... .. Miss Clara Burkard, Butte......................... . 759 6a5 2,384
Miss Mattie Higgins,. Kalispell......... ............. ............. ....... Miss Nellie Duffy. Butte............................. 7oo 256 956
Miss Mary Slack, Kalispell............. ........ .................. .... Miss May Rodda, Butte ........................... 96 ....... 9:6
Miss Julia Brown, Columbia Falls..... ............... ..... ..... ...... Miss Hanna Courtney, Butte......................... 361 307 669
FERGUS COUNTY- Miss Clara Auerbach, Butte......................... 4o3 as 428
Miss Fannie Cook, Lewistown ....... ................... ....... r....... ....... Miss Olive E Beakey............................ 28 ....... 283
Miss Orpha Noble, Lewistown......... .............. .. ...... ....... Miss Violet Gill, Butte.............................. 237 35 .272
Miss E. Corellec Philips, Lewistown..,. .... .............. ..... .. .. ....... Miss Mamie McNamara, Butte........................ 44 120 264
Miss Grace McHugh, Lewistown..................... .............. ..... Miss Belle Edwards, Butte......................... 236 44 /8o
GRANITE COUNTY-- Miss Alice Mitchell, Butte.......................... · 9 63 82
Miss Ethel Gilchrist, Drummond .. ...... 393 252 645 Miss Margaret Loughrin, Butte........................ 4 9 63
SMiss L.ily Royal. Drummond......... ............. :............. ....... s Agnes Harrington. Butte...................... .25 .... 25
M;ss Gertrude Shearer, Granite........ .............. ..................... SWEETGRASS COUNTY
Miss Irma Sherrill, Philipsburg............. ...... ....... .............. Miss Maggie Irvine, Big Timber...................... o 9o 22o
Miss Christy McKenzie, Philipsburg....... ..... .. .. .............. Miss Jennie Martin, 'Big Timber.................... ,.. 83 83
Miss Caroline Perrant, Philipsburg................... ...... ........ ..... Miss Ethel Browning, Big Timber ...... ..........* 5 48 53
Miss Myrtle Clark, Philipsburg.......... .......... ... ....... .... . Miss Maud Anderson, Big Timber..................... a ..... a
GALLATIN COUNTY- Miss Phoebe Stubblefield, Big Timber................. a ....... a
Miss Ella Arnold, Bozeman. ........... ..Miss May Marley, Big Timber ...... t .................... .......
Miss Mai rnold, Bozeman....... .... 40 .... 40 Miss Reno Churchill, Big Timber .................... . ..............
Miss BeMaie StriVan andel, Bozeman ..... ........... ..... ...... 4 Miss Bertha Anderson, Big Timber................. ..... ...... .........
Miss Mary C. Davis, Bozeman ........................... ....... TETON COUNTY
Miss Mamie Oakwood, Bozeman.... ..... ...... . Miss Francis Cooper, Chouteau ............. .... ....... ...... .......
Miss Mamic O'Connell, Bozeman.... .. .............. ................... Miss Katheryn Kennedy, Chouteau. ......... ... .............. ......
Miss Minnie Stubblefield, Bozeman..;::........................ ........ .VALLEY COUNTY
Miss Della Tate, Bozeman.. ........... ........ ........ ....... Miss Anna Ratchford, Glasgow ...................... ....... ........ ..
Miss Sue Brooks, Bozeman... ......r............... ..... ......... Miss Myrtle McMillan, Glasgow.................. ... ................
JEFFERSON COUNTY- YELLOWSTONE COUNTY
Miss Josie Noonan, Basin................ ............ ,460o ,707 3,267 Miss Dora Rademaker, Billings...................... . ....... 67 67
Miss Regina Bear, Basin................... ... ... . 1,23o 46 1,276 Miss Minnie V. Nord, Billings............................. 32 32
Miss Jessie Goodrich, Whitehall ................... 659 ao 679 Miss Alice Walk, Billings........... ,....................
Miss Marjorie Hines, Boulder............................ 399 399 Miss Blanche Nickey, Billings. ...................... ....................
Miss Laura Hall, Boulder..................*.......... ....... 35 35 Miss Marie L. Sleeper, Billings............... ..... ............... .....
LEWIS AND CLARKE COUNTY- Miss Nellie C. Bullard, Billings...................... ...................
Miss Mayme Walsh, Helena..................... ......... .... . 8 Sox Miss Mable Ross, Billings................................ .... ........ .......
Miss Delia Lawlor, Helena...................... 793 ....... 793 Miss Della Walters, Billings ................... ....... ...................
Miss Mahle McGregor, Helena.................. . .... 500 oo 9 509o Withdrawn ..................................... 44 35 476
Miss Mable Riebold, Helena.......................... 5o6 ....... So6
Miss Anna Marceau, Helena........................ oo ...... Soo Total ...................................... 27,753 so,573 38,326
--I L I ~ - -
Butte Inter Mountain's
World's Fair Tour Conditions:
First-Any young lady over 17 years of age may be nominated at any time on blanks
provided and by the indorsement of three well known citisens of the county in which she
resides.
Second-Three judges agreeable to the candidates shall be selected to officially an.
nounce the winner in each county. One girl will be chosen from each county excepting
that Silver Bow shall have three, Deer Lodge and Missoula two each.
Third-As in other elections, each county will vote separately. The vote in one cannot
affect the others. Matters properly concerning the tour will be settled by the wishes of
the majority. The winner shall have the right to name a proxy if unable to attend her.
self.
Fourth-Voting will commence Monday, October gt, and close Tuesday evening at
y o'clock, January sp, tpo4. Coupons seven days old cannot be voted. Single coupons
cut from the sem.iweekly, or the daily Inter Mountain must be neatly trimmed. AU
coupons, whether single or special, must bear the name of the one to be voted for.
Fifth-Coupons are given as followes
Single coupons, cut from the Daily or Semi-Weekly Inter
Mountain ............................................. ..... Vote
Subscription in arrears, each dollar ii a special coupon of.. as Votes
Subscription, Semi-Weekly, 6 mon S, 9i, a special coupon of so Votes
(Paid in Adrq e, Subscriptions.)
Subscription, Semi-Weekly 52 mon , $2, a special coupon of 1oo Votes
(Paid in Adva e Subscriptions.)
Subscription, Daily Inter Mountal I month, lac, a special
cuopon of ............. (Paid in Adva c Subscriptions.)........... 40 Votes
Subscription, Daily Inter Mountain, months, $4.00, a special
coupon of ............ (Paid in Adva Subscriptions.)............ g250 Votes
Subscription, Daily Inter Mounts n ia months, $7.50, a
special coupon of .....(Paid in Adva e, Subscriptions.) ......... .500 VOtes
Sixth-Coupons should be voted at the lIquarters nearest you or mailed to "Coupon
Department Inter Mountain" at any point th ned below. Votes will be counted at noon
each day and the totals announced in the caning papers
at Beirut, to Jibutol, on the gulf of Aden1
to arrange for the expedition to Adi'
Abea, tile capital of Abyssinia, 7oo miles
from the coast. The gunboat Machias Is
now on her way from Port Said to Naples,
whence she will take Mr. Skinner and
his party to Jibutol. An effort is to be
made to get an exhibit for the World's
Fair at St. Louis,
France at the Fair,
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS.
New York, Oct, a4.--France is making
reat preparations for its participating in
he exposition at St. Louis next year,
The French minister of commerce 'has
just appointed an American committee of
the French seotion. This committee which
will be under the presidency.of James H.
Hyde, includes E. H. Harriman, George J.
fGould and Melville E. Stone of New York,
JJa'mes Deering and William R. Harper
of Chicago, Henry Cachard of Paris, and
rPierre Chouteau du Mesnil and Sanmuel B,
YNugent of St. Louis.
General Horace Porter, .Unlted States
Headquarters and Voting Places
Beaverhead County-A. S. Johnson..................................................................... Dillon
Broadwater County-Byrne Bros.............................................................. Townsend
Carbon County-Mrs. It. N. Ilickox..........................................Red Lodge
Cascade County-Thomas Hodge............. ......................... Great Falls
Chouteau County-George W. Crane............................................... Fort Benton
Custer County-J. IE. Arnold........ . ..................... ..........Miles City
Dawson County-Albert . Johnson....................................... Glendive
Deer Lodge-Inter Mountain Office...... ............................. Anaconda
Fcrgus County-L. C. Connell............................ .............. Lewitown
Flatheadl County--\Vattr Iunt............. ....................................... ......... Kalispell
Gallatin County-J. P. Martin .............. ................................ Roseman
Granite County-Charles Williams .............................................. hilpburg
Jefferson County-A, H. Foster, Jr., Boulders J. H. Rule ............................ Ian
Lewis and Clarke County--Moore Book and Stationery Company ................Ilelena
Madison County-James Powell ... ...........................................Virginia City
Meagher County-L. B. Cobb........ ..................... White Sulphur Springs
Missoul County-Winstanley's Office ............................................. isoula
Park County--ingliam Hinman. ........ ................................. ivingsto
Powell County-The enyon Store..............................................Der Lodge
Ravalli County-Wynne Roberts....... .......... ..... .... Hailton
Rosebud County-W, . . Siions......................... .. ,...,,..... Forsyth
Silver Bow County-Tnter Mountain Office................ .......... .............Butte
Valley County-Miss Bertha Kempler .................................... Glasgow
Teton County-C. H. Drake..................................... ...... Chotesu
Yellowstone County-Thomas Manley.................................... ... Billitg
S w eetgrass C ounty - L. M . Ilungerlord ....... . .. ...... .. ............. B ig T im ber
res ca'ovp ,s /ývr 07 o ac3T Oct. 31, '03
amlbassador to France, has accepted the
position of honorary president of this
committee.
Temple Dedioated.
St. Louis, Oct. a4.-A dedication ser
vice of t.e greatest mnagitude since the
dedication of the Louisiana Purchase Ex
position itself was conducted on the Expo
sition grounds this afternoon in the dedi
cation of the Temple of Fraternity, is
building of Immense proportions, in which
conferences and nheetings of fraternal or
ganizations will be held.

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