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BROeSBeK
135 W. Broadway 'Phone 691 8
TOMORROW
Fancy solid pack peeled peaches, large can
and heavy syrup, per can .........O......
Finest preserved strawberries, its tn ip lttnd
can; you will like them: can..............25
Queen O(lives, large size, in ilk,. quart..5O.
German D)ill Pickles, the right site, 1It...104
Fancy small French PI'C., Ier canll......17
(rean Corn, tender anl sweet, two canIt'4.21
We have all kinds of coffee, Irnm ie poundI
to 4'oc. and caan suit the 1m st piarticullar clih'e
drinker. You can make i lltt a . cliups to trol
fro n111 e plnnllld. The ,secret in iofee is to
kno hlow to isnake it, 'try ,sur ll,tiiman
loouse lillnd, and we will gearalnlc yuu will
lhave the i 'ne t cup yul cv ,alt wtilh;
pcr poundl, 35c; 3 loun llll............... OO
ImtortCed shelled Jorl n .\hnn 'l,, Il .i...50
Jerkey ...ee Itte.. ..... pn.... .......... 1O
Lake nuperior Salc t \hitt e li-h, per I1 10
\V Lou or yellow tern Meal. to Ili salt.
Ken French 'mall pit Plottint, pIndm...... 50
• innan Iladdis. hancy stock, putlnd...... 15
Yuen, a fine grounttated wheat, per
package ...............................10..
Shaw. Sciftiring Pancake lnhur; two
packages fr ...... E"0
Prompt Delivery in ('ity Only.
Sick or Well
A Hot Water Bottle
Is a nlecessity ill every holu,e
nowadays, he a Tlli ciency of hIot
:lapplications itn cas'es of tolh
I ;iclet, earache, faceachi , cr:allltl ,
etc., is too well kitownt to need
Ilmention. 'lhe llot Water lont
tie makes the treatment most
convnicnlt. \\'We have Ilit
\\'atr Iutlles ill ;ln assort'ment
of sizes a0 I of tiough wea:rabllc
riubber. Special price, while they
are in our s:tre withiliw:
1Un1 q, , rt t...............400
'Iwo ,llt:lrts.............. 50
Three quarts .............60
Paxson & Rockefeller
led Cross Drug Store
24 West Park Street, • Butte
A SUIT CASE
OR
ENGLISH KIT BAG
Is not only an acceptable present for
Christmas, but causes whoever re
ceives it to think of the nmany pleasant
trips for the future in store.
We have them in all latest styles and
prices within the means of anyone who
wishes to make a most appropriate
gift.
Prlitchard-Harrison
Carpet Co.
Corner Park and Main Streets
ALL
OUR
PATRONS
Who purchased goods
here who desire to
have size of rings
changed or have en
graving done, are cor
dially invited to call
during next week. We
will be pleased to
make any exchanges
or corrections. . . .
Towle & Winterhalter
Jewelers and Opticians
28 West Park Street
Nixon
Cash Grocery
pos UTAH AVENUI
Fresh Eggs, guaranteed, per
dozen ........................ 0
Macaroni or Vermacelli, package.10O
Fancy Corn, per can.......... 10
Utah Tomatoes, per can ........ 10
Jersey, or Shady Brook Butter,
per pound ................ ....30
JEFFERSON COUNTY
GETS FIRST HONOR
MISS JESSIE GOODRICH LEADS THE
STATE TODAY IN THE WORLD'S
FAIR TOUR CONTEST.
BUTTE GIRLS ARE WELL UP
Tctal Today Is 15,629 and the Grand
Total 867,964-How the Candi
dates Are Stacking Up.
Fiftreen thus,9nold fve hundred and
tnenty nine votes were cast today in the
inter Mountain's World's Fair tour con
test. This nmakes the total vote to date
867,9(64, and only three weeks more in
which to vote. '['bat is a vote to imake a
politician's eyes stick out.
Miss Jessie (oodrich of Jefferson
county is highest in the state today, re
MISS VICTORIA CYR,
Of Frenchltown. one of the candidates in
the Inter AlMount,n's World's Fair tour
cnteifst in AlisJoiula county.
cciving 3.,967. Two Silver flow county
candlidates take seca.nl and third places re
specive.ly in thei ..tate today. l'hcy are
Miss N:tniie .McN.:uara, with 3.33K, and
li'.s Alice Jiackson, withll 1515.
Fourth in the litie today is .1iss Latra
Ilarpfr of Itavalli county, with l.-vO. while
liss I.aura kilalliani of Silver liow
county, with n14, is fifth.
.l1isses MlX iiinara, Jack.on anid Kilgal
1,i are ripectiv ely first, seconlld anld third
in Silver Iow countiy.
The followinit young ladies received
votes in counties oither than their own to
day: Miss Harriet Quigley of Powell,
ill I.eowis ;nd Clarke; Miss Mamic M11Rea
of Itradlwater, in lDeer Lodge county;
Mi's Mary Slack ofn Flathead, in I)eer
I'lo:e county, and Miss Rose i;ayl ord of
iu,,.r cunity,. iii lieer lilodge county.
.lit o loy Il s of Victor, tacvalli coun
Iy. 'h, ii .., ,of the lpro inleit candidates
nl :,ib t e ln of the Sia le, iS in tf wn visiting
h-r iter, s. R. (G. Young'it, and will
:it nll thel Il t clier' in etilig ill Aniacllnda.
She wa\ a callir at the Ititer M11untain
otti'tr today.
.li s Jessie (;O 'lrich of W hitehall. Jef
fr n coun.ity, also a leading c.itlilate,
e.d1l today at the hoime allice with a liit
of new susIl\ lt ri- rt.
.1i- .\iimie Icainitara of Silver flow
coiuniity called on fricnd' in Anacotnda to
day. The rc.utllt of that call, inl votes,
sli.how.a in today's table.
'h Itllmail tola y uliiought votes for the
f,(llwinig canliit. es
\li 'es KathIl.tlllln Sw\ nstruttn. M:ladi.nn;
Cathariine I'ereit, granite; Alice Sager, lver
Iodie: Iinirtet (uieley, Powell; ('hri,.tiine
I'rie;,.i. Iiro,:adswati er; Itsic 1"owlic,
\li: ,.er; "l.y I.. (hIl., Ravalli.
\'I. . Ile ca.lt todayl inl Iutte for ithe ful
'.wing out of to.n. cainlilate",:
.1 i-es .hlaui Morn ay, 'teton Etelrl ('ham
her,, Iavalli; Li.i, MNir ow, Madison: Ethel
;ilchri+l. I;r;anilte; e;rrrludei Slearrr , Granite;
tIhrhe ( lark, I':ii.; Julia t'udtiy, Deer
L. oti.; L t iie . ihtl ht,.h leaverhead; Il:'rict
r iuhii ley, I'tw tlll; hJe'.iL (oolidrichi, JIeffet'Aon;
Ihli.l . r. a l.. i Lew;i and la(' 'rke. ; Rase i;ay.
lord, Custelr; lran'.s ('Cooper, 'iT',oni Nina
;raha lii, Deer I. Kl; I tiria Mlarhltall, Miadi
-Ii: Myra '' Tr, ri "'. L. wi I (ttla ke: Iathe
I iln Sw,.mlrum. l a . ,li".s ; Mabelh l .cl;rrgor,
I.ew i anid ('h4 t ..
FAIR TOUR CONTEST IS
TO CLOSE JANUARY 19
Three weeks fromll today, at 7 o'clock in
thile evenilg f Jlanitmary 19, the inter Moutu
tlilan's \World's Fair tour contest closes at
all of the -.6 oliiccs iii tlle state where the
cllltest is beinig conducted.
The Inter .louiitain will lie able to an'
inounce, tnotllicially, the winners on Jinu
ary -o, buit it doubtless will take longer
for the olfficial retult to be aiinounceld, as
the judges in each of the counties must
count the vote.
Votes in the mail at the hour of clos
ing will not lie countiled. All votes must
Ie ill the oflices at that time. If you pro
iuse senldilng in votes late by itail, lie sure
to allow plenty of timie for their de
livery to the llict, addressed.
No mloney forl subscriptionii carrying
withl theit slpecial coupons will be received
after 7 p. in. oil that date. Please bear this
int midill youlng ladies. It may meani a trip
to the fair for you at the finish.
Another thing to be impressed on your
mind is that agents of this newspaper will
give out no information as to the standing
of the candidates, other than that al
ready contained in the daily tabulated
statement. The polls will be closed promptly
on time and the ballot boxes are not to be
opened at all on the last day until 7 o'clock
in the evening.
Candidates with their friends may visit
the different offices at any time to see the
vote counted. In fact, the Inter mountain
urges them to do this and to do it particu
larly on the evening of January ,g.
Almost all the young ladies in the a6
separate contests are working hard for the
trip. Some of them have a inumber of
votes pledged for the latter part of the
open time. The question is asked fre
quently, can a person buy coupons? In
variably it is answered decidedly in the
negative. This newspaper will countenance
no buying of votes. Coupons are given
with paid subscriptions, but the Inter
,Mountain must be given a genuine sub
scription in return. It must have a genu
ine name to which to send the paper.
The plan of sending in a 1)t of money
at the last minute will not be allowed in
this contest. Unless the names of the sub.
scribers, the receipts and the coupons are
Here Is the Way TheY tand
Today's Vote in The Inter Mountain's World's Fa r Tour Contest
BEAVERIIEAD COUNTY- Last Today's Total. MADISON COUNTY- Last Today's Total.
Report. Vote. Vote. Report. Vote. Vote.
Miss Maude Hill, Red Rock... ...4,., ...... 17.739 as 17.764 Miss Katheryn Swanstrum, Blaine ............. ....... 5,60o 143 5.753
Miss Nannie Mcl.oughlin, Dillon ..... .. .......... 13,803 47 13.85o Miss Maud Northway, Ennis........................ 3.247 35 3,28
Miss Lottie McIntosh, Dillon ......... . . 13,605 73 13,678 Miss Fannie C. Reilf, Virginia City ................ 3,043 17 3,o070
Miss Edna Jackson, Virginia City .................... 2,138 2,rj8
BROADWATER COUNTY- Miss l.izzie Morrow, Rochester ....................... 1,575 76 1,651
Miss Rena Schaaf, Townsend ......... ......... ,237 o,237 Miss ,,taybell Sparling, Ennis ................ ....... ,382 1a 1,394
Miss Maud Pennell, Townsend .......... .......... 9,85 9,825 Miss Gertie Kohis, Virginia City..... .............. 769 769
Miss Mamile McRae, Townsend.................... 6,3o3 *3 6.326 Miss Rita Marshall, Sheridan ........................ a 8ss 127
Miss Christina Erickson. Townend..., ............. 3.'74 6 3"980 MEAGHER COUNTY
Miss Carrie Holloway, Townseal........... ........ 389 3,189 Miss Bessie Fowlie, Dorsey. .......................... 11,s74 6 11,280
Miss Ilela Parker, Townsend ........... ........... ,o59 ',059 Miss Clara Chapin. White Sulphur Springs......... 9,6a3 9,6as
CARBON COUNTY-- Miss Catherine Rees, White Sulphur Springs......... 5,414 5,424
Miss Tony Early, Red Lodge ...................... 4,066 4.066 Miss Argall Anderson, White Sulphur Springs......... 1,o09a 1,09
s89 Miss Effie Tipton, White Sulphur Springsings......... 9 9
Miss Jack Fullerton, Red Lodge......... ...... 1.51589 ,89 Miss Maud Fuchs. White Sulphur Springs............ 9 9
Miss Fannie Rourke, Red Lodge ....... ............. 1,309 1,309 Miss Eva artfield, White Sulphur Springs
Miss Gertrude Watson, Red Lodge........ 4 a is Ev............lartfiel, Whit4 Sulphur Sprin
Miss Maud Chapman, Red Lodg.. .............. 8u MISSOULA COUNTY
Miss Eva Ro ns, Red odge2 2 Miss Beasie Taylor, Missoula.......................... 6,939 302 7,241
Miss Nellie Gurr , Red Lodge... ... .. 20 Mss Victoria Cyr, Frenhtown .................. . 6,8o 6,835
Miss Pearl O'Neal, Missoula......................... 5.3a5 36 5,361
CUSTER COUNTY- Miss Nellie Longstaff, Missoula ..................... 5,o18 87 s,10o
Miss Rose Gaylord, Miles City.......... ............ 3,38 17 3.335 Miss Florence McQuesten, Missoula..... ............. 2,339 76 2,415
Miss Margaret Carter, Miles City........... ......... ,92a 2,922 Miss Sarah Beard, Missoula........................ ~,67* 1,671
Miss May Drago, Missoula.......................... 314 314
CASCADE COUNTY- PARK COUNTY
Miss Netta Gervais, Great Falls.................. ..... 4.909 4.909 Miss Birdie Clark, Livingston............ ......... 14,04 87 14129
Miss Nelly Short, Great Falls....................... 367 3,7 Miss , Livingston.........2,824 12,838
Miss Edith Brown, Great Falls............. .... 5 225 Miss Etta Hru Vance, Liv ingston..................... 8... ,a4 4 a2,838
Miss Maud Ii. Vance, Ilvingston..................... 844 B.4
CHOUTEAU COUNTY- Miss Nannie Nichol, Livingston..................... 63a 632
Miss Clara Hassock, Havre........... .............. 2 1,362 Miss Edna Turner, Livingston............ ....... .* 4 42
Miss Cora Niles, Chinook....................... . 593 593 Miss Elna Driscoll, LiJvingston ............... ...... 3 13
Miss Marion Auld, Havr.......................... 55 155 Miss Elsie Mercier, ivingston............ "...... 8 8
Miss Rose Hausen, Livingston..
DEER LODGE COUNTY- POWELL COUNTY
Miss Nina Graham, Anaconda...................... 2,335 285 12,620 Miss Mable Beaumont, DeL r Lodge................. . 10o,206 17 1o,223
Miss Julia Cuddihy, Anaconda........................ 1s,.o8 .- 12.237 Miss Harriet Quigley, Ophir............ ....... 9,246 18I 9,427
Miss Alice Sager, Warm Springs....... . .............. 6,2-4 58 6,732 Miss Oro Fino Miller, Deer Lodge.......... ..... 6,243 45 6,288
DAWSON COUNTY- RAVALLI COUNTY-
Miss Ruth H-unter, Glendive .................... .. 4.239 4.239 Miss Floy L. Olds, Victor ......................... 13,904 173 14,o077
Miss 11. May Johnson, Glendive..................... 3,331 3,131 Miss Laura Harper, Hamilton....................... 7,969 1,296 9,265
Miss Jessie Jones, Gendive..... .......... .. . 2.46 2,462 Miss Ethel ChamLers, Iiami!ton........... ...... 4,076 137 4,213
Miss Ana SiJones, Glendive......................... a,2 2,292 Miss Mattie Higgins, Stevensville ..................... . 761 250 1,0o1
Miss Mary sborimmne, Glendive.............. ..... · ,72 z,71o Miss May Dougherty, Corvallis.................... ... 755 755
Miss Emily C. Pickering, \iaux ................... . ,601 ,Gio Miss Lilla Semmons, Hamilton....................... 728 728
Miss liilda Foss, Glendivc........................ .. ................1,0276 *76 Miss Cora Adams, Hamirtun.......................... o o 110
ROSEBUD COUNTY
FLATHIEAD COUN'I' - Miss Floy A. Westaby, Forsyth................... ... 6,o068 6,o68
Miss Mary Slack, Kalispell... ..................... 7,219 51 7,270 Miss Margaret McRae, Rosebud............... 5.854 5,854
Miss Maude Fauver, Kalisle.l. ....................... 5,72 336 6,o56 SILVER BOW COUN'IY
Miss Bessie Tate, Kalispell............ .......... 5,678 go 5,768 Miss Mamfe MeNamara, Butte..................... 49.677 3.338 53,o015
liss Mattie Higgins, Kalispell..................... 828 828 Miss Laura Kiigallan, Butte.......................... 50,46 944 51,406
Miss Donna Schenck, Libby............................ I Miss Alice Jackson, Butte......................... 49,794 1,545 51,339
Miss Julia GMiss Juliella LloydGildca, KalispellButte............. Miss .ell Lloyd, Butte .......................... 48,803 168 48,971
FERGUS COUNTY- Miss Hanna Courtney, Butte....................... .. 39,175 528 39,703
Miss Fannie Cook, Lewistown............ ......... 6.6,32 6,63* Miss Clara Burkard, Butte ......................... 24.732 73 24,805
Miss Mable Suprenaunt, Lewistownl................... 4.071 27 4,1o6 s iss May Rodda, Butte ............ .......... " .. . 7,081 7,081
Miss Grace Mcllugh, Lewistown................... 480 480 Miss Alice Mitchell, Butte.................. 3,695 9 3,704
Miss Olive Beakey, Butte............... ........ 2,061 2,o61
GRANITE COUNTY- Miss Margaret Loughrin, Butte ........ .......... 1,602 s,6o0
Miss Catherine Perrent, l'hilipsburg ................... 6,737 7 6,744 Miss Kayte Jones, Butte.............................. 1,504 1,504
Miss Gertrude Shearer, Granite ....................... 6,185 4 6,189 Miss Ruth Carlson, Butte............................. 599 599
Miss Irma Sherrill, Philipsburg ...................... 4,008 4,908 SWEETGRASS COUNTY
Miss Ethel Gilchrist, Drummond.............. ....... 3,836 11 3,847 Miss May Marley, Big Timber........................ 10,33 o10,313
A T COUTY- iss Maggie Irvine, Big Timber ..................... 4,178 4,178
GA..ATIN COUNTY- Miss Ethel Browning, Big 'imber ................... 4,001 4,001
Miss Grace Griffin, Bozeman ......................... 5.366 22 5,388 Miss Bertha Anderson, Big Timber.......
Miss Ella Arnold, Bozeman .................... .... . 5,001 12 5,103 TETON COUNT'
Miss Mamie Oakwood, Bozeman.-.............. .. 3.897 3,897 Miss Maud Murray, Shelby......................... ,9 34 ,143
Miss Ruby Moore, Belgrade......................... 3.237 8 3,245 Miss r, elby ..................... llo9 34 43
Miss essie Van Zandt, ozean... .. ... 1,519 519 Miss Frances Cooper, Chouteau o ..................... 299 5 304
Miss Minnie Stubblefield, Bozeaman..................... 686 686 Miss Kathryn Kennedy, Chouteau..................... 159 159
VALLEY COUNTYY
JEFFERSON COUNTY- Miss Anna Ratchford, Glasgow...................... 5.4-6 5.426
Miss Josie Noonan, Basin.... ... . .......'. ... 14,940 14,940 Miss Myrtle McMillan, Glasgow...................... 2,263 2,263
Miss Jessie Goodrich, Whitehall.................. 7,203 3,967 11,170 YELLOWSTONE COUNTY
Miss Regina Bear, Basin........................... 7,308 7,308 Miss Minnie V. Nord, Billings ...................... 6,858 45 6,9o3
LE\VIS AND CLARKE COUNTY- Miss Dora Rademaker, Billings ...................... 6,679 31 6,710
bMiss Delia Lawlor, Helena ........................... 3.805 50 13,855 Miss Della Walters, Billings........................ 262 26a
Miss Mable McGregor, Helena......... ............... 7.914 48 7,962 ,Withdrawn.................................. 87,398 87,398
Miss Myra Trerise, Helena........................ 2,205 13 2,az8
Miss Carrie Ward, Helena........................... 626 5 631 Total ...................................... .. 852,435 15,529 867,964
a- I ý ý a I~ 6,1 do P o
VOTE *OR Jan. 5, ' 04
r11/3 COUPON ;ii 11-5 VOTE/i ON ORDEfO¶E
made out in clue form and the coupons
voted by 7 p. mn., January sg, they will qot
be considered and the coupons will not bd
counted, oo matter what the subscriptibhl
:ILmount to in dollars and cents to the
Iltter Mountain.
TO CONVENE AT THE FAIR
There are two important national edta
c-ational meetings scheduled for the near
future. One will be the convention of
superintendents in Atlanta, Ga., February
2.3-25; the other will be the National Ed
ucational association convention, wthich
will convene in St. Louis, July 5-6, dur
ing the World's Fair.
It is expected the Atlanta meeting will,
be a general rally of educators from all
over the country for the purpose of com
paring systems and discussing the best
methods of teaching.
The meeting of the national association
is always a big event among teachers, and,
this coming year it promises to surpass
itself. The convention was called in St."
Louis for the purpose of giving the,
teachers an opportunity to see the World's
Fair and the educational exhibits.
The rare opportunities this offered t
teachers will no doubt be appreciated,
the combination of convention, discussi n'
and exhibit-studies is something not before
enjoyed.
John W. Cook of DeKalb, Ill., is preil
dent of the association, and will give 11
particulars regarding membership and rail
road rates, as will also Irwin Shephetid,
secretary, Winona, Minn.
HEADACHES FROM COLDS
Laxative Bromo Quinine removes the cause.
To get the genuine, call for the full name. age.
AT THE ORTON RECITAL
A fine musical program was given at
Orton recital last night in Urton hall. PIf.
Gustav Fischer or Anaconda had the affair -sa
hand assisted by Mr. George Greenwood of
Anaconda, who played two piano solos.
Mr. Fischer was formerly first violinist of
the Thomas orchestra in Chicago. Following
is the program as given:
(a) Air on ithe E string (Bach-W\ilhelmJ);
(b) "Preis Song," from the Moistersingers
(Wagner-Wilhelm; (c) "Hejrekati, Scene de is
Csarda (Teno-Hubay); piano solo, "Scherzo"
(Brahms); concerto, G minor, for violin:
(Bruch), adagio and finale; piano solo, An
dante, Spianata (Chopin); violin solos (a)
"Serenade" (Pierne); (b) "Arkansas Traveler"'
V'ieuxtemps; (c) "Gypsy Dance" (Nachex).
vMASONIC CEREMONY.
THREE LODGES OF HELENA CON
VENE--BANQUET FOLLOWS
SERVICES.
SI'ICIAL. TO TIIE INTER MO'tNTAIN.
Helena, Dec. ag.--Last night there was a
notable event in Masonic circles when the
newly elected officers of the three blue lodges
of this city were jointly installed by Grand
Master H. S. lHepuer, assisted by Frank D.
Jones, who acted as marshal. Following the
installation exercises, which were witnessed by
malny members of the order, there was a feast
in the banquet hall of the Masonic temple at
which a number of toasts were responded to.
The officers installed were as follows:
Helena Lodge, No. 3-Worshipful master, A,
C. Schneider; senior warden, W. E. New
comb; junior warden, M. h. Ilenniger;
senior deacon, D. iR. Wallace: junior deacon,
Albert Ihawkins; senior steward, W. W.
\\'heaton; junior steward, Alfred Cullen; sec
retary, George Booker; treasurer, It. M.
tarchen.
Morning Star Lodge, No. 5-Worshipful
master, Lincoln Working; senior warden,
Myron Fish; Junior warden, William Sea.
strow; senior deacon, A, S. Hlovey; junior
deacon, Joseph Chivers; senior steward, P'. H.
lluber: junior steward, David Pizer; secretary,
J. J. HIindson; treasurer, W. E. Frederick,
King Solomon Lodge, No. g--Worshipful
master, Louis Israel; senior warden, John
Edgerton; junior warden, A. P. Dorrance;
senior deacon, William Dryburgh; junior
deacon, C. H. Riefenrath; senior steward,
I.ouis Weigel; junior steward, Dr. L. K.
IIolmes; secretary, Emil Kluge; treasurer,
Joseph Gans.
Henry Cowden is tyler for all of the lodges.
A magnificent display of Ozotonic in
Hennessy's Grocery department windows.
')Don't fall to notice it.
EMPEROR WILLIAM IS WELL
Berlin, Dec. ag9.Emperor William
probably will give up his projected vaca
tion in the south of Europe, as it is said
he no longer feels the need of rest from
public business, Arrangements are making
for the usual winter court funct.ons, es
pecially those of January l8 and ay.
Wanted-By the Symons Dry Goode
conpaay, ticket bearing numlter 75,907.
Butte Inter Mountain's
World's Fair Tour eonditions:
First-Any young lady over s years of age may be nomalated at any lime on blanks
provided and by the Indorsement at thre well known citsens of the county in which she
Second-Three Judges agreeable to the eandidates shall be selected to ofolally as.
soones the winner in each county. One girl will be chosen from each county excepting
that Silver Bow shall have three, Deer Lodge and Mlssoula two each.
Third-As in other elections, each county will vote separately. The vote In one cannot
sweet the others. Matters properly concer ang the tour will be settled by the wishes of
the majority. The winner shall have the right to same a proxy if unable to attend her.
Fourth-Votinag ill commence Monday, October so, and close Tuesday evenilng at
y o'clock, January so, rpas. Coupons seven days old cannot be voted. Single coupons
cuat from the seml.weekly, 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 givren as follows,
Single coupons, cut from the Daily or Semi-Weekly Inter
Mountain ............. .. ............ ................. .. s Vote
Subscription in arrears, each dollar paid a special coupon of.. as Votes
Subscription, Semi-Weekly, 6 months, S1, a special coupon of so Votes
(Paid in Advance Subscriptrees.)
Subscription, Semi-Weekly in months, $2, a special coupon of Ioo Votes
(Paid in Advance Subscriptions.)
Subscription, Dalily lanter Mountain 1 month, 75c, a special
cuopon of .......... (Paid is Advance Subscriptions.) ............ 4 Votes
Subscription, Daily Inter Mountain, 6 months, 4.00oo, a special
coupon of ............. (Paid in Advance Subscriptions.) .,.......... a Votes
Subscription, Daily Inter Mountain, 3s months, $7.so, a
special coupon of...... (Paid in Advance Subscriptions. ............ so Votes
Sixth-Coupons should be voted at the headquarters nearest you or malled to "Coupon
Department Inter Mountain" at eay point named below. Votes will be counted at noon
each day and the totals announced In the evening papers
Headquarters and Voting Places
Dacverhead County-A; . ohnon......................................... Dillon
Broadwater County-Byrne Bros.................................. Townsend
Carbon County-Mrs. M. N. Hickox ................................. ........Red Lodge
Cascade County-Thomas Hodge................................................... Great Fall
Chouteeu County-George W. Crane .................. ................. Fort Benton
Custer County-J. H. Arnold................ .......................... Miles City
Dawson County-Albert H. Johnson................................ Glendive
Deer Lodge-Inter Mountain Office........ ......................................... Anaconda
Fergus County-L. C. Cornell.................................................. Lewistown
Flathead County-Walter Hunt........................................................ Kalispll
Gallatin County--E. F. Hnley .......................................... Boeman
Granite County-Charles Williams .............................. .... .......... Philipsbur
Jofferson County-J-. H. Rule .............................................. Basin
Leows and Clarke County-Moors ook and Stationery Company ................ Helenae
Madison County-ames Powell ............................ ...................... Vrginia City
Meagher County-L. B. Jobb .................,,......... ...............White Sulphur oprlngs
Missoule County--Wnstanley's Office.. .... ............................... Missoul
Park County-Blnshem Hinmert................................................... Livingston
Powell County-The Kenyon Store.................................... Deer Lodge
Ravalli County-Wynne Roberts.................................Ham........................ ilton
Rosebud County-T. 3. Thompson .............. ..,......................... Forsyth
Sliver Bow County-Inter Mountain Omce ...............,................. ;........ Butte
Valley County-Mrs. Bertha Kamphiar ........ . .....,..................... Glasgow
Teton County-C. H. Drake. ......................................... Choteau
Yellowstone County-Stockwell & Emmons.......................... ............... illings
Sweetgrass County-L. M. Hungerford........ ................................. Big Timber
FUNERAL OF MRS. RUTH HOAR
Worcester, Mass., Dec. 9.-1The funeral
of Mrs. Ruth Ann Hoar, wife of United
States Senator Hoar, was held from the
Church of the Unity yesterday. Dr. Ed
ward Everett Hale of Boston contducted
the services. The body will be taken to
Concord, N. H., for burial,
cw~EsaC.MhO10sPsv, O.P~iDW~ 4W? be. 25
HER MOTHER IS VERY ILL
San Francisco, Dec. ao.--On the stclamer
Siberia, which arrived from the Orient
yesterday were Mrs. Lloyd C. Briscom,
wife of the United States minister to
Japan. Mrs. Griscom is returning honme in
response to an urgent telegram, telling her
of her mother's serious illness.

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