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BR BBeeK
135 W. Broadway 'Phone 691 B
Whait 501c Will Buy Here Tomorrow
rew Fr, 1nc Prune., small pit+; per
pound, 5e-; to pounds ......... .....0
Sal Sda. granulated. ,c pound; nuI
poumds. .......................... 5 0
Genuine Jer(sey Swr t I'otaties,
32 pnOmids. [email protected]
Fine g;ranulated 'Sigar. 8 pouuds...50O
P'urc Ieaf I..rd.. 5 pIonds;: s.pcial..50e
Rest ('o fe. in the w( r ,l. Ilo f n 1n
House. 1, plulds ...............500
<cw li !1 licklci, per quart, loc :
S l 11art ........................... 50.
(.'cu. the fleet hc, ak!~.t Food (slpr'
cial); b twi-pouln p;ackags..... .30
Full C'ream ( l.hlc. new and mill;
3 l,,uils ...... ... . ... 5.......
Silver Thread Sotr Kraut. per
ipotitvI, 5C ; io ".!'tIi..... m ..... 50O
IEnglih Itreaki'; t "I'c', 75' gra-le
(special . Iper p ul ........ ......5 0
U tah T' ,la tn s., t.tu l a rd p a ,k ; 6
ca1n .pr.'I id > )...... ........... ....5 0 ¢
N'..' Cal,, t',o, t'r ,,rrie.. 4 ,1,1nt , +.5 0 e
C(elery. cri p and i ,br, st'ilk. Sc
per 7(n ............ . . 5 0
F:re.h 0 , ,. .d 1'" a - peI r /h art.
sC. - ,j.*rt .. . 50"
Sm all "r ,' 'i-kh-, ptr ,quart. J5cs
4 .. ...... .... 5 0
.Ralston . Pancake Fl" tr . packtge,.
a5'; .5 .akai . ;.. 500
Cran f. b i '. ahli.. in 1:(av' 'yr..i
per can. ' ; . all I,. ......... 50
]'r ,,ll.t D c li.e ry in C ity ) J l)y .
Chiest Protectors
Are vaili ule to t lho*' ,ho are .. pi,,l d
to all si t,, of \weather. I' i ,lr ranr . •
from Sec to $t,h.'
NI'.\\lit() DI L 'I ;t'(º,
Jil,) N . M a in S t.. Ilu i '.
Larg!,,t D)ru : lou,, e In the "tit .
Cut Glass
bowls, water bottles, glasses,
dishes, etc.
"181ROSERS BROS'
"Silyer Plate That Wears"
IN
KNIVES, FORKS AND
SPOONS.
A complete line of jewelry
always in stock.
W c ,: e :: -t reccivel an cle*int hine of
(':t (1.., 1.;6chI v% .l.Cr at very lIVo
nr:es.
Nappies as Low as $2
Bowls From $5 Up
() .r ltei-t a 'hit,: Io .,our optical thipart
mnctI1 i+ 1'e. . tn ., treielntihc |n,!,u h"nt
t1:a inure, plrh Ct .C(:urTacy in htting t )ye
glai-ca. l>..a nu:ati ns i rtie.
TOWLE & WINTERHIALTER
Jewelers and Opticians, 28 W.Park
M'LLE FRANCES HARTE
(Late of New York.)
Snop:ano oloist, l:u t 1'rceS'hyet tan
Lhturch, Butte.
Teacher of Sine, :. '.,se, T'echni:uc,
Style, Repertoire, IJiptua Conccrt.
Studio: soS North J)cksott street, I:utte.
At Anaconda, 43 \\'est Third str:cet,
'IT'etday, and Fridays.
Boarding Stables
Attention paid in every detail to horses
left in our cihatig. ftate' rcaeutnable.
''lhione so04
GROUND FLOOR STABLES
221 South Main Street
DR. HUIE POCK
Thirttccu:t doctor of Chinta from gran,.I
fatl;er down. Born and schoioled in the
rpt'ofetitn. Treats all diseases, making a
specialty of Lthronic troublea. Constult tI.m.I
sa7 Southi Main Street.
ROBERTS TO DEER LODGE
SIitI ii n 'tILE INTER MOi NTit I.t .N,
I.ciwistowIu, Nov. I7.--Slteiff Slater left
today for Deer Lodge taking John Rloh
erts, othu will strve 15 months in the peni
tentiary. Roberts was one of the prison
ers who recently broke jail and was re
captured. On account of his youthfulness
Judge Chcadle let hitm down easy after
ate thad pleaded guilty.
). \,. Kenney and J. I.. Chaffin, who
are bcintg held onit suspiciont of having held
tup the brewery ealoon a few nights ago,
have taken the statutory time in which to
plead.
Nixon
Cash Grocery
o05 UTAH AVEINUI:
WASH DAY SPECIALS
So bars Whit Russian Sop ........ 11.00
jo bal. White Rose osap ........... I1.00
4 bars Flse Naptha Souap.......... .5
Gold Dust, per package........... .
Pearl!ne, pa package................. .10
to pounds Sat Soda ................. . 5
Stx Large Bottles blue tng.......... .0 5
COLD WEATHER IS
AFFECTING BALLOT
TOO NIPPY FOR MONTANA GIRLS TO'
WANDER FORTH SEARCHING
FOR FAIR TOUR VOTES.
BUT THEY STILL COME IN
Total Is Very High and the Vote Today
Is Over Seven Thousand -Not Bad
When All Is Considered.
Thibs col wenatlher is havin. its effect
nit the Inter Motntain's \World's Fair
tour roltest,. What young lady can goi
husItIlinig ifor totlpOnis wheln the tetmperatture
i away Inlow zero?
The cold .st state in the tuni 1n today,
Montana -anm d the Montana girl doesn't
care to wanrlctr frolm her otn fireside or
MISS OI.IIrE BE.4KEY,
Of IIqtt',t onte of the Cindidaltes From
S ''rr /ou' County ion the Inter
'loutntain's 1f'orld's Fair
Tour (Contest.
tea t heater. Coutipon husltling will have
to wait.
r'iday a total of 7. pt votes was cast in
the .6 county contests, bringing the tutal
,tie to date tl) to .34.,820.
\li- Clra litrkard was fhighest bIth in
Silver How county and in the state, re
, ivi:: mt4 vote. .Mi, Alice Jackson of
ti culnty ,,as secuI iii cuntly and
,at. t h t (.a.4, suhile Miss .Manie .McNa
ntra wa, third in county and ,state, wlth
"} h::t vtc explains the thing'. Today is
the tir-t iin which the three highejst in
lt' " si,.te have bevu Stilver Itote cvtt ty
tItidtil. t s. Usutally at least two ,of the
t 'rte hit, est in tfle state are fromit otlt
ciile cuntic-. I'tlday the candidates in
the country counties tare beihild -it i. tooi
cold to go riding over the stow after
Fi:,trth highest in the strite toa.y was
,li>, Rutlt hunteir of lDawson cuutlty,
with 607. while Mi Bi tlanche MN. Sals
,ury of lieer Lodge cutinti is if'th, with
\rtes were receivelI in Butte today far
(ult-,it t.iel candidate.s at ftllnws:
Mi-,, I.mil) A. T vlhr, l'eaverhtai. ; I,,l ,
T.. i., 1 wvalli; Lnti ac tMclint,,lih, hieatver.
hca.I; 1 \ htl lkt,.nutt nt. l'uwell; Dlelia Lawlhr,
i.tL i, ant t'htrlte: Minniet V. N rnt, Vtllhw
,,ut; I 'hta .Itk.-, . Madt.un; .I htal it at nt,
lic,. ihve::e : Julia t'uds hy, liter Lodtge.
thilt' Il br,.oht vtuts f"r Mis. ,llonwl V.
ur, - i"f l h sth i ne; .i -- t itR by MIrre, tllt
ti t a N I t.- Itly R.yal, tI;nutite.
SPLENDID SHOWING IN ORES
Sandple of ore that Hill a.,,Tay tihe ciior
iilus s.im of $4.1 ..o per ton will coti
:titute part of the \Wasl.hington mineral
e lhilit at the St. Louis fair, according
to yesterdlay's Spokane Spokesimn-it Review,
which sas :
11. W. L.eyson haI returned fronm Okano
llan cot111y. whierre hle secured l some- beau
tiful and valhalule spiecimens of ore for
the \\:'ol'iI',ton exhnbit at the Sti. Louis
txpo ,iti:m . S o tm e o f th e linc:,t q ulllrtz
sp. iinins came e frunt the Security and
l'inacle mines. 'I he samples would ;a
ay outut $ 15,ooo per ton, and Imake a fine
olii h.' lug of hrieht native gold. Speci
meni fron the Ruhy mine, near Night
ha i, are rich in tnative silver, stcphan
i!e, ar,.gentite, proustite, cerargyrite,
pyrargy'rite and other allied sulphanti
on1ite minetrtals. lhe has also is i:aificent
speeim;ieS of lbright steel palena in
tlbiJCS.
TO DEDICATE AN EDIFICE
1'1 AS Ot I. 1 I'i iRES S,
Ne: Orleans, Nov, 17.--l'he state of
Loui:,i!,na, which ha., appropriated $iou,
,o, to cover on the St. ILouis Purchase ex
p'sition next year, will hold commnemora
tive exercises Decembcer 18 and ao Inext.
Ih . I.u.iiana Ilistorical society has an
nIounl(ced the Irnograrn foi the affair which
promises to 1e one of the most elaborate
ever held in the south.
The exercises will center about the his
torie cinitdo, the city hall of the days of
the Spanish domination. Both New Or
leans and the state of louisiana have
agreed to ultimately turn this celebrated
building over to the use of the society
as a permanent home for the society's
t;agnifitent historical collection,
The :rellch and Spanish ambassadors
will be prosent; a man-of-war from each
of these r.ations is expected at New Or
leans at this time and a portion of the
Atlantic squadron will aid in giving for
mality to the event.
KING LEOPOLD IS COMING
1liw A "CIAlIl.I PRI S .,
londlon, Nov. n7.-- special dispatch
from liruvsels says it is definitely decided
that King l.Ceopoldl will visit the LUnited
States in the prin^.
A dispatch to tile Associated Press
froI t lermssels on October 22, said the com
miissioner in Belgium of the St. Louis
ex:losition announced that he had great
hopes that Kin'g Leopold would be able
ofilcially to attend the fair. Ills doing
so plilaiently was only a question of his
health.
Emperor Is Convalescent.
"7f ASSOCIATmi "e PRIEsS.
lo,!.lhah:n, Nov. ~.--The following hul
letin was iosued today: The healing pro
ces-; of the left vocal chord of his majesty
cut inue; regularly. No more bulletins
will be, issued.
Here Is the Way They Stand
Today's Vote in The Inter Mountain's World's Fair Tour eontest
IIEAVFRI EAI)' l'N 'NTY-- Last Today's Total.
Report. Vote. Vote.
M iss Ma dle Hill, Red R ',ok............ ............. 6.4r ....... 6,4t12
Miss Lottie Mclntosh, Dilln ... ..., .. ............ 5,343 7 5,23"
Miss Nannie Mcl .oughlin, Dillon . ............ 3, 4 ....... 3,6 4
' Miss Emily A. Taylor, Dillon ........... ............. ,33 7 2.340
Miss Grace G. Gray, lannack .......... ............. 883 ....... 883
Miss Carrie lHarrison, Dillon..................8 ... 68 ...... 618
Miss Ethel Squire, Dillon ............................ 441 ..... 44.1
Miss Julia Graltt, I.ima ................. ............. 173 6 179
Miss lucy M. Ford, Limn ..............,............. 67 ....... 67
Miss Estelle Mae Rich, D1illon........................ S5 ....... St
BROAD.\)W\ATER COUNTY
Miss Maud l'enwell, Townsend ...................... 5 ,416, 197 5,666
Miss Rena Schaaf, Townsendl.................. 4... .. ' 4 4,078
Miss Christina EIricksoni, Townsend .................. 2,733 46J 3,195
Miss I.cila Parker, 'Townsend. ........................ 8 ....... 938
Miss Carrie Ilolloway, Townsend....... ............... 736 12 748
Miss Mamnie McRae, Townscnd..... .................. 611 5 618
Miss l.izzie larker, Townsend..... ......,........... 1 .....9 . to
CARIION (.)NTY
Miss Tony Early, Red l.odge ......................... 2,8 ....... 2,86.
Miss Fantnie Rourke, Rled L.odge..................... 89.1 ....... 89.
Miss Jack Fullerton. Red L.odge ....................... 401 ....... 401
Miss Gertrude Watson, Rd I.odlge .............. ......... 185 ....... 185
Miss Elnmer Bowen, Red I.odge....................... 3. ....... 32
Miqs Eva Robbins. Red I.odge ............. ..... ........ 21 ....... 2a
Mis, Nellie Gurrell, Red Lodge ....................... 20 ....... 20
('Sl;S'EI COUNTY'-
Miss Margaret Carter, Miles City..................... 1,39R 8 .,1or06
Miss Rose Gaylord, Miles City ....................... 925 ....... 925
Miss Marion G;ordon, NMiles City..................... 19 ...... 19
Miss Myrtle Johtnson, Miles City ..................... a. ....... .
M iss Ada Eichorn, M iles City ....................... .5 .... .. 5
Miss Mary Coleman, Miles City ..................... 5 ....... 5
Miss I.ulu Wilson, Miles City....................... 4 ....... 4
Miss Mary Schrinmer, Miles City .................. .....................
Mi s Rosalee Terr .tt. M iles City..................... ....... . ...... . ......
Mi-s Kte ltrBugel, Miles City ............................................
Miss Ilessie Ilull'man, Miles City......................
Miss Daisy Ilaynes, Miles City...........................................
CASCAI)E COUNTY
Miss Netta Gervais, (Great Falls....................... 2.0a,6 19 2,925
.Miss Nelly Short, Great Falls........................ 2..,0 6 97 2,193
Miss Edith Bllr wn, Great Falls ....................... 2 5 ....... 2J5
C:llOU' I'E.\A COUNTY
Xlis Cora lassock. Hlavre.......... . ................ 5.0n ...... 500
Miss Marion Auld. Itavrec........................... 99 ."...... 99
Miss Cora Niles, Chinook........... ............... . ....... ....... .......
DEER L.ODGE COUNTY
Miss Julia Ctuddihy, Anaconda........ ................. 4,436 266 4,702
Miss Nina Graham;ll, Anaconda .......... .............. 4,269 87 4,356
Miss IBlanche M. Salsbury, Anaconda ................. 3,176 592 3,768
Miss Elizabeth I.. Fitzpatrick, Anaconda.............. 1,288 ....... 1,288
TIAWSON COUNTY
Miss Ruth liunter, Glcndive.......................... 2,146 607 2.753
Miss Jessie Jones, (;lendive........................... 2.226 t1 2,237
Miss Ana Simtnis, Glendive........................... ,o005 ......., ,ooS
hMiss Mary Osborne, Glendive............................... 590 590
Miss Ililda Foss, Glendive................................. 274 274
Miss Eflie Teeter, Glen(dive.................... ...... 27 2..... 27
Miss Mabel lBatchellor, (;lendive ...................... 12 ....* .. 12
.Miss Frances I.ee, Glendive............................ ..... to
Miss II. 1May Johlson, Glendive........................ 8 ...... 8
Miss Frances IJohLn on. Glendive ...................... 3 ......3 . 3
Miss Aric Mack, ilaendive............................,... a
FILATHEAD ('OUNTY-Y
1i; Mary Slack, Kalispell.......... ...*.*.*.*.**... 4,872 5 4,877
Miss Bessic Tate, Kalispell .......... .............. 2,150 a 2,152
Miss Maude Fauver, Kalispell .... ............ 926 9 935
Miss Mattie Higgins. Kalispell ................... 608 ....... 6o8
Miss Agnes Morrow, Kalispell......... ............... 40 ...... 40
Miss Julia Gildea, Kalispell... ................... . ..... ....... .......
Miss Ruth Anderson, Kalispeli........ ........... ....... ..............
.Mils Donna Schenck, Libby.................. ......... ..... ....
FEIRCUS COUNTY
\i i F, Fannie Cook. I.ewistown.... .. .............. 2,.105 ......r 2,405
Miss Mtable Suprenaut, Lewistown.................... 774 ... ..,v 774
.Miss Grace MclHugh, Lewistow....................... 66o ..... 66o
GRANITE COUNTY
Miss Catherine l'erraut, Philipsburg.........,........ 2,29 ....., 2,291
,liss Ethel Gilchrist, D)rnummnond..................... 1,856 ....... 1,856
Miss Iily Royal, l)runm olnd.............. .... ......... 1,717 15 1,732
.Miss Irma Sherrill, Philipsburg........................ 1,560 ....... 1,56
Miss Myrtle Clark, 'Philipshurg............... ....... 1,433 . 1,433
Miss (Gertrude Shearer, Granite.......................... 830 ....... 830
G;.\l..ATIN COUNTY
Mliss Mamie Oakwood, Bozentan..,,",................. ,779 ......a~ 2,779
Mli::s l.lla Arnoldl, Iozeman ........................... 1,607 ......r 1,607
Mliss i;race (;rillin, Bozeman .. ........ ..... ,424 40 1,464
Miss Ruby Moore, Belgrade......... ....... ... ,o09 260 1,-299
Miss Bessie Van Zandt, liozeman................... 1,a26 5 1,221
Miss Minnie Stubblefield, Bozeman .................... 581 ...r... 581
Miss iMamie Stringfield, Bozeman .................... 215 *..*A.* 215
JEFI:FERSON COUNTY
.Miss Josie Noonan, Basin......,...................... 12,26 ...0.q 12,206
Miss Regina Bear, Basin.. ...................... 3.245 * ..... 3,245
.liss Jessie Goodrich, Whitehall...................... 1,724 ....,su, 1,724
Headquarters and Voting Places
I'eaverhead County-A. S. Johnson... ... ............ ......................... Dillon
Blroadwater County--Byrne Bros.... ................................ ........ Townsend
Carbon County-Mrs. M. N. Hickox.......... ....... ,,,...... ................Red Lodge
Cascade County-Thomas Hodge............. ..... ................ Great Falls
('Couteau County-George W. Crane.............................. .............. Fort Denton
Custer County-J. E. Arnold...................................................Mles City
Dlawson County-Albert H. Johnson.....,....... ......................... Glendive
SDeer Lodge-Inter Mountain Office........................................... Anaconda
Fergus Cuunty-L. C. Cornell.......... ........ .......................* Lewlstown
Flathead County-Walter liunt..... ..................................... Kalispell
Gallatin County-J. P. Martin ............................................ Bozeman
Granite County-Charles \Villiams ...... .............................. Philipsburg
Jfecrsootn County-J. if. Rule........... .............. ...... ......... .. Basin
Lewis and Clarke County--Moore aook and Stationery Company ...............Helena
Madison County-James Powell ........................... ........... Virginia City
Mleagher County-L. BI. Jobb........................................White Sulphur Springs
Missoula County-Winstanley's Office ......... .......... ........ Missoula
Park County--Uingham Ilinman.................................. ...... .. Livingston
Powell County-The Kenyon Store...... .................... ................ Deer Lodge
Ravalli County-\Vynne Roberts................... ...................... Hamilton
Rlosebud County-W. H. Simons......................................... Forsyth
Silver Bow County-Inter Mountain Office..,................... ................ Butte
Valley County-Miss liertha Kempher......... ................................. ..... Glasgow
Teton County-C. II. Drake....................... ...................... Choteau
Yellowstone County-Thomas Manley......................... .................... .... Billings
Sweetgrass County-L. M. IIungertord.................................. ... Big Timber
MOTHER MARY REGIS IS
HANDSOMELY HONOREe
Mother Mary Regis was presented with
,;cevral gifts and a reception was given
in her honor last night in St. Patrick's
Parochial school,
Mother Mary Regis is the nmothcr-gen
cral of the Sisters of Charity in the United
States and has been in Butte visiting the
hospitals and schools. At the reception
last night she spoke of the pleasure it
gave to find everything in such excellent,
conldition in the schools and hospitalp
She leaves this evening for Leavenworth,
I.Kan., accompanied by several novices from
ilolenta, Anaconda and this.city,
A. C, Keith Is Dead, .hns
S'eiCIAt. TO TIHE INI'TER MOUNT''AIN.
T]ig Timber, Nov. 17.-Lead poisoning
caused the death of A. C. Keith, a car
riage painter liviing here. He was 35 and
leaves at widow and two daughters. He
belonged to a Masonic lodge in La Cree
emnt Mintn
twa as Rem h er the ,h Name
a. t wve ronto @ e on eY
Curesa CotInOne"oI. C,4112 aya 0Z% L/ box. 25
HEATED CARS FOR THE
PERISHABLE FREIGHT
The Northern Pacific will provide heated
cars for the shippers of perishable freight
during the cold weather, according to the
following from Sunday's Pioneer Press of
St. Paul:
The Northern Pacific announces a spe
cial service for the benefit of shippers of
,perishable freight during the winter
months between St. Paul and Western
points. Heated refrigerator cars will be
placed in service, handling way freight to
Grand Forks in one (lay, to Winnipeg in
three days, to Helena in five days, to Spo
,kane in seven days and to Tacoma in ten
(days.
In Anton Zucco Estate.
Joseph Zucco has filed an application in
the district court for letters of administra
tion in the estate of Anton Zucco, de
ceased. The property of the estate is
valued at $675.
LEWIS AND CI.ARKE COUNTY-- Last Today's Total.
Report. Vote. Vote.
Miss Delia Lawlor. Helena........................ .......... 5,078 185 5,263
Mis Mable McGregor. Ielena ...................... 3,944 5oo 4.444
Miss Mayme Walsh, Htelena ......................... 2,433 2o 2.453
Miss (enivive Boynton. Helena ...................... 2,o022 I 2,033
Miss Mable Riehold, Helena ......................... t,68r ....... t,68t
Miss Anna Marceau, Helena...............................818 818
Miss Myra Trerise, Helena ............. .......... ... 663 ...... 663
Miss Carrie Ward, Hlelena.......................... 565 3 568
MA)DISON COUNTY
Miss Maud Northway, Ennis......................... 1,504 to 1,514
Mi:,s Fannie C. Reif, Virginia City .................... 1,364 3 1,367
Miss lrinl Jackson. Virginia City...................... t,o63 7 1,070
Miss Maybell Sparling, Ennis ........................ 671 ..,.... 67t
Mi. (Gertic Kohls, Virginia City....................... 627 4 63t
Miss Rita Marshall, Sheridan........................ 2 ....... 2
MEA(CIIER COUNTY
Miss Clara Chapin, White Sulphur Sprihs........ 6,265 ...... 6,265
Miss Catherine Rees, White Sulphur Springs........ 4,175 ....... 4,175
Miss Argall Anderson, White Sulphur Springs........ l,063 ....... 1,063
Miss Eva I lartfield, White Sulphur Springs...............................
Miss Effie Tipton. White Sulphur Springs ................................
Miss Mand Fuclhs, White Sulphur Springs ...............................
MISStI'I. \ ('COUNTY-
Miss Nellie I.nlngstall, Missoula ....................... 2,245 7 2,252
Miss Pearl O'Neal, Missoula ......................... 1,865 45 1,910
Miss Victoria Cyr. Frenchtown ...................... 1,747 It 1,758
Miss Sarah Ileard. Missoula......................... 82o to 8, o
Miss May I)r.,(no, Missoula........................... 272 to a82
Miss Ilessie Taylor, Missoula ........................ aol ii 213
P.\RK COUNTY
Miss Etta IIruza. ivingston.................................. ...... . 6,a27 1a 6,282
Miss llirdie Clark, Livingston....................... 4.381 292 4.673
Miss Florence Goodson, l.ivingston................... 1,425 1t 1,436
Miss Maud II. Vance, L.ivingston ............. ........ 8 4 ....... 814
'Miss Nannic Nicol, l.ivingston ....................... 586 to 596
Miss IEldna Driscoll, .ivingston ....................... 13 ....1 . 13
Miss Elsie Mercier, livingston ....................... . 8 ....... 8
\liss Edna Turner. livingston ....................... ....... I
Miss Rose Ilausen, livingston .... .........................................
POWEI.T. COUNTY
Miqs Mable lcancmont, Deer Lodge................... 5,833 12 5,845
Miss Ilarriet Quigley, Ophir .......................... 2,762 ..... 2,762
Miss Oro Fino .Miller, Deer Lodge ......................... 1,115 5o 1,t65
RAVAI.I.I COUNTY
.,Iiss Floy L. Olds, Victor............................ 4,382 193 4,575
Miss I.aura Harper. Hamilton........................ 4,o76 ....... 4,076
Miss Ethel Chambers, lamilton...................... r,36 ......2 , ,36,362
Miss Mattie Higgins, Stevensville .................... 742 ...... 742
Miss I.illa Semmnons, Hamilton........................ 698 698
Miss May Dougherty, Corvallis........................ 571 ....... 571
Miss Daisy Bond, Hlamilton................................ 293 293
Miss Cora Adams, llamilton........................... 95 ......* 95
ROSEBUD COUNTY
Miss Floy Westaby, Forsyth......................... 4,441 9 4,450
Miss Ethel Waddingham, Forsyth...................... 635 ....... 635
Miss Mayme Hammond, Forsyth.......................... 4 ." 4
SILVER BOW COUNTY
Miss Alice Jackson, Butte............................ 17,778 671 18.449
Miss Laura Kilgallan, Butte ........................ 16,oo3 259 z6,a62
Miss Nell Lloyd, Butte................................. a,o66 340 12,4o6
Miss Clara B1urkard, Butte.......................... 9,278 864 0o,162
Miss Geneva M. Smith, Butte......................... 7,038 68 7,1o6
Miss Mamie McNamara, Butte....................... 5,058 623 5,681
Miss Nellie Duffy, Butte........................... 5,228 44 5,272
Miss Hanna Courtney, Butte........................ 4,645 16 4,661
Miss May Rodda, Butte............................. 3,899 ....... 3,899
Miss Alice Mitchell, Butte ........................... 1,551 79 1,630
Miss Clara Auerbach, Butte................... ... 1,146 34 1,180
Miss Olive E. Beakey, Butte ........................ 644 60 704
Miss Kayte Jones, Butte............................. 6o ....... 691
Miss Belle Edwards, Butte........................... 678 ....... 678
Miss Margaret Loughrin, Butte ....................... 617 43 66o
Miss Ruth Carlson, Butte ........................... 423 ....... 423
Miss Agnes Harrington, Butte........................ 35 *.....*, 35
SWELTGRASS COUNTY
Miss May Marley, Big Timber.. .-............ .. 5,596 .....* . 5,596
Miss Ethel Browning, Big Timber................ .... 2,783 ....... 2,783
Miss Maggie Irvine, Big Timber ..................... a,4 ... 2,234
Miss Bertha Anderson, Big Timber ................... ........ .......
TETON COUNT '-
Miss Frances Cooper, Choteau ............................ 18
Miss Kathryn Kennedy, Choteau ...................... 3 ....... 3
Miss Maud Murray, Shelby....................... ..... .. .......
VALLEY COUNTY
Miss Anna Ratchford, Glasgow ........... ......... .,8o ......... ,8,8ot
Miss Myrtle McMillan, Glasgow....................... 50 .... 0 So
YELLOWSTONE COUNTY
Miss Minnie V. Nord, Billings ...................... 2,t91 53 2,244
Miss Dora Rademaker, Billings...................... 1,5o6 138 1,644
Miss Mable Ross, Billings............ ............... 195 4 199
Miss Della Walters, Billings......................... .192 194
Miss Alice Walk, Billings ........................... lo .......10 o0
Miss Blanche Nickey, Billings............ .... ....... ....... .......
Miss Marie L. Sleeper, Billings....................... ....... . ...... .......
Miss Nellie C. Bullard, Billings ...................................... .......
Withdrawn .................................. 36,732. ;...... 36,732
Total ....................... ................... 336,32[ 7,499 343,820
Butte Inter Mountain's
World's Fair Tour Conditions:
First-Any young lady over It years of age may be nominated at any time on blanks
provided and by the indorsement of three well known citizens 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 hr.
self.
Fourth-Voting till commence Monday, October ep, and close Tuesday evening at
p o'clock, January ig, sro4. Coupons seven days old cannot be voted. Single coupons
cut from the semi-weekly, or the daily Inter Mountain must be neatly trimmed. All
coupons, whether single or special, must bear the name of the one to be voted for.
Fifth-Coupons are given as follows:
Single coupons, cut from the Daily or Semi-Weekly Inter
Mountain ................................................. .... Voto
Subscription in arrears, each dollar paid a special coupon of.. 25 Votes
Subscription, Semi-Weekly, 6 months, S$, a special coupon of 5o Votes
(Paid in Advance Subscriptions.)
Subscription, Semi-Weekly ia months, $2, a special coupon of ioo Votes
(Paid in Advance Subscriptions.)
Subscription, Daily Inter Mountain i month, 75c, a special
cuopon of ...........(Paid in Advance Subscriptions.) ........... 40 Votes
Subscription, Dally Inter Mountain, 6 months, $4.00, a special
coupon of ........... (Pald in Advance Subscriptions,) ... ...... o20 Votes
Subscription, Daily Inter Mountain, ~s months, $7.50o, a
special coupon of .....(Paid in Advance Subscriptions.,,,.......... 5'00 Votes
Sixth-Coupons should be voted at the headquarters nearest you or mailed to "Coupon
Department Inter Mountaln" at any point named below. Votes will be counted at noon
each day and the totals announced in the evening paper:
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VOTt'i\ Nov. 24, '03
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