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THE BEE HIVE
.b n . . . .. . . . . . . . . AUGUST! This month reminds us that the time is fast ap proaching to make room for our immense fall shipments of HOLIDAY GOODS - - AND TOYS. which will be larger and more complete than ever before, and we are obliged to reduce our present stock, as every available foot in our store will be taxed to its utmost capacity to ac commodate the goods now en route. We offer this week such inducements to buyers that they must buy, at prices quoted, or buy at other places and pay double the amount for the same goods. * THE BEE HIV[L .le Sol. Genzberger & Co., 5 N. Main Street. WHILE SIRIUS BLAZES, The Frocks to Be Worn During the Reign of the Dog Star. A Little Study in Colors, or How Hues Change With Lights. Dresses Seen at Summer Luncheons and Summer Dances-The Proper Things in Millinery. [Written for Tan SUNDAY INDEPENDENT. I T SEEMS TO ME OFTEN WHEN I . that it might not be a bad thing for the woman who goces shopping to take in her pocketbook, along with her button hook and her memorandum and her extra hair pin, a table of colors, so arranged as to show her at a glance how any hue will vary according to the light in which she may wear it. One sees blue everywhere this season. Now the woman who wishes to buy and to wear blue to advantage should never forget that if she chooses the shade that most becomes her in any ordinarily lighted avart ment she must count on its appearing more of a violet blue in a room with less light, and tending toward turquoise if she wears it out of doors. The question for her to settle is, can she wear violet blue or tur quoise, or is the fabric she is buying in tended for such use that she can count upon its being seen in average light always? It was only yesterday morning I hap pened to see a bright, vivacious looking girl buying what over the shop counter looked like a parasol of scarlet chiffon. She opened it and hold it above her head for her companion's approval, and against her it L, IN W'HITE AND YEILLOW. elear brown skin she effect was charming. So her companion told her, I think, for she blushed and he wae a young mean. It never occurred to her, and the young man might fortunately never have eyes to sue it, that what was soarlet iudoo-s would iboume out of doors more of a rleddish brown. Now reddish brown would n,,t in the least suit the vivaclons young woman. To get the elect shie wanted, that of scarlet In thesun light, she needed to buy, if only she had knlown it, something that was a good red Indoors. These bchanges of hue, according to Ladies' Japanese Silk Em broidered Handkerchiefs, in all colors, scolloped borders, war ranted all Silk, WORTH 5oc., THIS WEEK 25C. Ladies' Japanese Silk Hand kerchiefs, assorted, colored em broideries, much finer, - - - - - - WORTH ;r.oo, THIS WEEK 50C. 200 Dozen Ladies' Misses' and Children's fast black IIose, regular 35c. and 4oc. goods, will be sold this week, or until stock is exhausted, 6 PAIRS FOR $1. Only 6 pairs of Ladies' Hose, and same quantity of Children's will be sold to any one customer. Ladies' Belding Bros.' cele brated SILK HOSE, n fancy colors, at Actual Cost. A few more of those Ladies' Jersey Ribbed Summer Vests from our last week sale, worth zIc. Will be sold THIS WEEK 5C. Six numbers of extra fine La dies' Jersey Vests, in Creams Whites and Blacks, high neck, low neck, sleeveless, and short sleeves; regular prices, 35 to 5oc. THIS WEEK, Choice, 25c. ehanges of light, are things that very few women study. You won't find one in twenty who knows, for example, that if you buy orange in an average light you must wear it as brown in twilight and as yellow in sun shine; or that if you set your heart on a frock of yellow green, you must ask your self is it to be for a walking dress, in which cause it won't be yellow green at all, but al most yellow, or is it for wear in a dim par lor, in which case it will havevery little yel low in it, but will appear quite i eon. These things add to the difficulties of successful dressing. The red gown that is so pretty on the piazza all the afternoon sometimes quite spoils its wearer as the shadows begin to fall and it turns a reddish purple. If she can't wear reddish purple she is wise to have a pretty wrap to hide till it is quite dark the obnoxious hues. So with yellow. There is many a girl who can wear yellow in a parlor, or the paler yellow it becomes out of doors, who is made to look most uncomfortably wan and sickly if she is out until twilight and her yellow shades into olive green. There is a great deal to know about colors but this is enough for one lesson. Very pretty toilets are seen at the summer luncheon of sheer black chitfon draped over silks of bright hues. A breakfast wasserved at 12 veste; day in honor of ia young ma, ried - We.- NEWPORT (LOWNR. woman just starting with her husband fora tour about the world.. IThe husband was not invited to the "ladies' bieakfast," how ever. The table decoration, were the p,ink, bell-like wood orchids which are the com monest and among the prettiest of the s.,rts that grow wild. They were thrust deep in a cream colored vase in the middle of the table, and the vase itself was half buried in ferns. The hostess wore orollid pink silk, over which hung black chantill net, the whit, skin showang through the misty shading at neck and anrne. A pnl, gray blue ntualin was one of the toilets that brlied the occa sion; it had running through it Ia line of deeper blue. About the bottom was a deep flounee with a blue beading and at the waist a blue velvet coriage, through which was thrust a hbunch of blue succors lolwers. 'The grayish blue hat was triummned with the same blossoms. A third costume was a most successful oombinatton of old rose and black, the ekirt iin flounces of black mousseline do soie over old rose silk edged with very narrow black ribbon; the waist in striped embroidery of the two colors, with a wide black sash drawn through a large jet buckle. At a bright little breakfast party the other day at which Mis. Potter I'ialer, just horme from her trip ecross thi Atlanutic, was the guest of honor, there was a tine opportutnity to study hats, which continue to be, as the summer progresses, well worth studying. Mrs. Palmer herself wore ia white chip with cold insertion, raised off the bead by a bandeau. Pink roses in front and gold bows were the trilminnus. A large flat hat in tan colored chiffon was worn by the guest who had red hair. I was pa. tially veiled with oenm colored lace, and had laee falling over the edge in a frill. Two buuches of roses were laid flat on the brim with some tan colored vilvet hows. A black felt hat, e hieh was not ia break fast hat, but which came sailing jauntily up the bay on a yacht one day this week, had its crown tied up with knotted hand kerchiefs, from which were thrust out In one direction and another, as if making in quiry of the four winds of heaven, yellow, Ladies' Balbriggan Vests, with long and short sleeves, reg ular 75c. goods, THIS WEEK 50C. Children's Summer Ribbed Vests, all sizes. Regular price 15c. This Week 3 for 25c, 5- DOZEN CORSETS, odds U and ends, worth from 75c. to $2.oo each, broken sizes will be sold THIS WEEK AT 25C The following Corsets in regular stock at Prices quoted below: C. G., in Black and Tan, 75c M. M., in Drab, - $z.oo Duplex, Wnite and Ecru, 1.00 Haut Ton Waist, - 1.oo J. & C., Black, - - I.oo Palmetto (Summer), - 1.25 No. 44, Black, - - 1.25 Children's H. T. Corset - Waist, - - - 65c Fancy Turkish Tidy Towels, in all colors, with Knotted Fringe, new designs, worth Soc. THIS WEEK 25C. Knotted Fringe Linen Dam ask Towels, full sizes, 15 assort ed patterns, regular 4oc. goods. THIS WEEK 250. heliotrope and black wings.., A.whtI cslla line straw, which again was not a yachting hat, but figured one day on Broadway, was trimmed entirely with blue succory flowers, formivg a wreath about the crown with taller ones like sentinels in front and rear. Wonderful embroideries are used this summer for the corselet bodices and for the linings of the high Medici collars. The smartest high collars stand out broad at the sides, but these, like the high collar bands, have seen their best days, for the turn-down frills, finishing dresses low at the throat, are every day gaining ground. Skirts are seen often cut the long way of the stuff, and with one seam; when they are lifted, they show the short silk underpetticoat, for now that dresses are so long as to be everywhere and always lifted, it naturally follows that one skirt is enough to be responsible to, and so the foundation skirt disappears. This of course is to the advantage of the petticoat, which shows itself boldly in pink, amber, blue or mauve with flounces of black Chantilir or Valenciennes. The cotton dresses one sees every day are interesting, and the evening dresses that appear in their glory at summer hops are interesting also. A gingham shot with blue and spotted with white is as characteristic of summer modes as any 1 have seen in a number of days. The skirt has three deep flounces with very little fullness in them; while the Zou- ave oddly pleated about the armholes is lined with thin white silk, for in these curious days we consider silk none too good to line gingham. The tucked chemissette and the long sleeves are of silk also. For the t osseau of Miss Sallie Har gous, who is to be married at Newport shortly, there was ordered this week so simple a thing as a white foulard sprigged with fuchsias. It makes an extremely pretty summer frock, gathered at the waist with a white silk gimp, frilling at the hips and frilled and gimpedged at bottom. Another foulard has also a white ground but is spotted with black and sprigged with pink-tipped daisies. The bodice is drawn to the waist in pleats, but the ordinal fea ture of the dress is its festooned head of pink and white libbons about the hem. And now for one or two Casino gowns. The feature that is most interesting about evening dress at Newport this summer is the largeness nmd the boldness of the loaf and flower brocaides. Danme Fashion and Flora a e usually on good terms with one another, but this year they are inseparable, and so one sees for example a heavy ivory colored stuff upon which have been thrown great rrr'ged stalks of blue succory, or a green ish white brocade, with a design of ferns or TiHn HAT TO efT. of chestnut branches in Ilow s,. White point d'esprit will be used is trimim:ing for such a dress, festooned often with black velvet ribbon. A striped silk in black and Iale coral color strikes ,me among those I remeltmer is berag perhalps worth descriptioni . It whirled by me in the wailte perhllap Ia ni haildured times, so that I unght to hr anle to be quite accurate about the black lace which draped the front of the skirt and tihe sleeves, and about the bodice with its tuck ruff of pink silk edged with laeoo at the hips and its full turned back collar of silk covered with lace labyCarriaes! GREAT REDUCTIONS!! Our $4.00oo Carriage Reduced to - Our $15.00 Carriage $10011 Reduced to 0 ,0 Our $19.oo Carriage $1i 95 l Reduced to - I.0 U Our $19.50 Carriage $13 00 Reduced to - ,0 Our $21.00 Carriages $ 00 Reduced to - .,00 Our $24.00 Carriages $ Reduced to - LUIUU Our $32.50 Carriage Reduced to - . UU 0nly a F'ew More Left. Berry Sets in Glass, Large Dish, with six Sauce Dishes, 75c., $1.00, $1.25. Tea Set, six pieces for 900. Wine Set, six Glasses, De canter and Glass Tray, $1.50i Jelly Glasses, per Doz., 50s0 all tapering, q b9low the waist in most un usual fashion. Pink roses in knots of black lace were worn in the hair. 1 had an idea of saying something to you about summer wraps, but is so warm that peach-tinted bengalines trimmed with noth ing heavier than Cluny lace threaded with gold seem more appropriate; or I might finish with a silver grey crepe de chine em broiderel with flag lilies. ELLEN OsnoRN. Copyright. Sunday Excursion Rates. The Montana Central will sell during the summer tickets from Helena to Alhamnbra and Boulder and return at one fare for the round trip. Tickets will be on sale Satur days and Sundays and will be good to re turn until the following Monday. B. H. LANGLEY, General Ticket Agent. Death Froma Kidloy Disease Is the unfortunate and untimely ending of thousands of the American people annually. Oregon Kidney J en is guaranteed to cure all forms of kindey troubles. 'lake it in time. What a Noted Physician Says. CICAcoo, Jan. 31, 1885. W. P. Wisdon. Dear Sir-As you requested I have exam ined the formula of your toilet preparation called "'.obertine." I can assure you that the ingredients are both bland and harm less, and that the compound would form an exeellent application in irritated condi tions of the skin. Yours truly, AirTHu DIEAN BEVAN, M. D. Professor of Anatomy, Rush Medical Col legeand P. A. Surgeon, U. S M. H. S. .Ar.nl afro Manners. But time changes minds as well as man. ners, though even now when making changes from one circle to another, it often requires that adaptability which could be said found in one who has automatic man' aers. However, such radical changes not only appear in drawing-room repartee, street dress, etc., among people, but alse, is the convenienoes and lurnries afford&d mankind. Railroad travel is one instance. A few years ago, comparatively, one had to -onsume much valuable time in an uncom. 'ortable way to make what is now thought nothing of as a nights Journey in a sleeper. The most msodern equipment and trans -ortstion facilities can be found on the sact trains of the Minneapolis & St. Louis railway to Chicago, St. Louis, Hot Springs, Kansas City, etc. Inquaire of any glunt of she company, or C. M. Pratt, general ticket and pamnger agent. Minnes.uls. Mint. ONJI IENJO'YV Both thoe method eind results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it "c pleIasiaut and refreshing to the taste, and acts ,-ntly yet pronimptly on S he h idlueys, Liver and liowels, clrtsea the s's e.nt effoetutlly, dlispdes c.Ids, hil, aches and fevers ntl cures habitual constipation permanently. 'For sale in 500o and $1 bottles by all druggists. CALIFORNIA Fi0 SYRUP CO. RAN FRANOIS00, CAL. LOUISVILLE. Kr. A'ZW FORK, N.Y. Large size Turkish Bath Tow els, sold at special sales for 4oc. Our price, THIS WEEK 25L. Lindsay's Celebrated Ilose Supporters at the following prices this week: Children's Size, o10. Misses' Size, i 5 . Ladies' Size, .oc. The celebrated lFoster 5-Ilooki kid Gloves. in Bli;ack, Tan andl Drab, dressed and undressed, regular 'ir.75 quality. THIS WEEK $1.25. Every Pair WVarranted. Water Tnmblers of all kinds from 50c. per doz. to $5.oo. S5 piece Decorated Tea Set, U new pattern in Brown, Blue and Dark Green; Worth $7.50. THIS WEEK 85. 111 piece Decorated D)inner Set, "Bee Ilive" special pattern, in Brown, Blue and I)ark Green, decorations worth $25.oo THIS WEEK 816.50 Decorated Chamber Set, in Brown, Blue and l)ark Green decorations, special pattern. THIS WEEK 83.75. With Jar to Match $7.oo. Plain White Ware at Very Low Prices. MINNEAPOLIS & ST. LOUIS * * RAIWVAY, -AND THE " FAMlOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE. Through Trains Dally From St. Paul and Minneapolls 2 * . *TO CHICAGO . . . . Without change, conneoeing with the Fast Trains of all ihneo for tih EAST AND SOUTHEAST. The Direct and Only Line rnl iug Through Cars between Minneapolis and Des Moines, Iowa, via Albeit la and Fort Di.dge. Solid Through Trains Between MINNEAPOLIS and ST. LOI'IS and the principal cities of the Missisipti, and connecting in IUnion Depots for a:l points South ain Southwest. Many hllours ared, and the only line running twh trains Ita;l to KiANSAS Cl I'Y, IERAVIN WOlITli. A'T','Ilit(IN, making connoction with the Union raifiicr and Athiiti. 'I'opokalt A Nrlta F. railway. ('tose coulnnci'on' nrndo in Uuion Depot sith all trains f thoei lli. aul. t !tnialo li it, l( Laslol. , Notilhoern I'rcitic. St. t'a I & )utitthlt Rbi wast. frim aol to all points North and Northwest. REMEMBERI The traine of the Minneapolis A St. Iouis Rail ways ero cionosed of ('oUmfot tabh Day (t'oooIe, Magnificent 1tlllnan Sleeping ('ltare, Ilortol lIo alining Chair ('are, and our jtstly ctiobrated ways as owas tilr lowest. For 'limi Table-, Throulgh 'lhiket-. it'., call upoin lthe noearcs Llcket agent or write to C. MI. PiUA ATT. oGeneral Passenger and TiLket Agt,. inneapotlis. New Sioux City Route. I'assentRern for Ihoe Est from lIolena and other Woestrn poitit will find the NE\V ,OUTE via 81OUX CITY' and the lIl NO18 CENITRIAI, It I. not only desirable as to time ianld eiluipul.ent, lbut onll of tIh most attractive, passing t hrough Sioux City the only Corn ItalaN City iof the world; Dubuqute, the hanrdsomo Key City of lowa; it ,'kford, Illiuis, a new tl taufaoturltn isy that htas bIl.'ln ai "world wtitlllti It sa11," land C(hicasgo, w\hoaIt glrowth Ioantd .ln terpriso is the wuonder of the wrld. With ,lt'eant free Chair Carc, ntld Puillutu 'n Pal noe Sleoping Cars on seory train hbtwoeto Siotu UCity nlid Clhicago, and witht olose con nt tlo I w.th tihl UlNION 1'PA01Fl( tratis it Siour (tilt, the ILLINOIS CENTRAL H, R1, reo.eolottly preesnte its cilaim for the ntew and every way desirable SIiU'X CITY R4 IUT E. For folders and further partitiulare call apon looal ticket Iigouit, or addrles the an d.esigq d at Mancuhester, lowe. J. F. MERRY, Aas't. n.ft ulass. Act. iTUl 'I, 'illo I'U" IIU\\VNII'I'I T t IHINIRY ('. Wllrl hid uYo anr, lr,,I lrh\ lo h, a ,d hal I hl,'t x )onid1 d iiion h l Clll'r b till'. In il li .r I il i l'i ,'iil1 ii, n iponii tithe i nt'iii ti i ti 'larl, ,ti t' m ilte, in county, ,l of . mouht ian , ill ordogl Ito hI,-ll , nis plr- nllnls,, liltl I he I.U,1 I ,n.. of "lll o o ltll -;:I, 1101n1t1 r.,.toit I to oilt.t t ~ min f, I I, p al i ,1ii1 I n ell tll or t, I. t11, ei I it i' t l iiin tl I tyi ny', altlor Bits inles.ol il l, h'dion o 1 fil or llr 1wlt ,tctltllll~ .u" pro; ritli ~i ucll ei Io lit uil!Ie, a, t"Onowlner. hrill' intl't-t ill th" -id hlua111 will ilocolno (ho proel a1y of tie nubhctilber under said si'etiot tA,'21. A 'ltlli'K Mut')ONAIIt. Fitrt p ublianltiln July _a, I.'Il. OUR White Goods Depart mnent contains a full line of Ladies Muslin inderwear, Children's dresses, Aprons, Etc., which will he closed out at LESS THIAN COST. We carry a full line of all kinds of YARNS, WORSTIJI)S Etc., at prices that cannot be met by any house in the city. Full Line of Infants' Wear of the Best Quality. The celebrated Ansonia Nick el ALARM CLOCK, usually sold at $ r.;o This Week $I.oo Our Bargain Counters are still replete with all kinds of useful and ornamental goods at popular prices. We have 5 Cent Counters, 10 Cent Counters, 15 Cent Counters, 20 Cent Counters, 25 Cent Counters, 35 Cent Counters, 50 Cent Counters. TINWARE OF ALL TIN WKINDS. NIORTHERN - PAUIf Between Missoula, Garrison, Hel ena, Butte City, Bozeman, Liv ingston, Billings, Miles City and Glenlive, and all points EAST AND WEST. There i nuothit g better than the mervioe oa The Dining Gar Line. lhrough Plullman Sh eying Cars and Furnished Tourist tllereprs IaLy between pointslin - MONTANA -ANLt- ST, PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS & CHICAGO. l'ac'fi. ('oat Tlaino JPaYaing through Mnnesota Pu.rth 'lm tiot, Mun tan, ltatho. Oregon and '\a' illiton, rar ry complete eqUiDpenllti of P;,ILMAN PALACE FLEEPING CARS, FI lltT & it:('(OND) CLAIS,.COACHE1. I'ULI,MIAN '0ot IRT'r AND IIEE COIA)NIAL SLEELERL A ELEtGANT DINING CARIt i:;:U011 TICHET,., are sold at all coupon St'irc of the Notnhero Parific It. HI.. to Iotiun Nrth. beat. ,onth alL \V~rt in thi United btle ; and Canada. 1'TIME ..C(ED'II)ULIE. Ilt lffoot on anld at r Sunday, March 29, 1891. 'rIIatN AnnRiTE \'t' IaOL.tNA. No. t, t'ucinir Mailt wen t I ........ 1:: p. a No.2, Atlantic mail. ,east budl.. .. .o10:40 p. t No.. I: l.o:an and le enalt Passenger. '.'in'rtu.tg at ILa tithib tIrat .50. t. I'a1,icic .. wo"-.I, wnt ulllt ...... I:3O . a N... i, tinaiotlrt nold 1tt.t' l En t:rios ... 12:50 p, na No. :. Ma eryt\ illte ta.u e:l. r . ......I1:10 a. a N,. Ito N..ei)nviltc o: n tnuadl it'll ..... 1:h3 p. a N,'. 11t2. linltini nuixet, Mooday". Wed ,dltrSaa llrin:' |.... ... :00 p. m No a. irkos, B1 1l or andi ElkhtES Sas". ng r .... ... .. . .. ............10:21 a. Ia Tutta .N DE'\RT FerM liElBNO. No. .. larit . tail we nt bornd....... 1:0p. I IN . 2, .\ttntlil Maill. oa-t btounlld.. . ..135 pl . a Nit i. toltna rll ana eigau pn.le.gr,. tolnlleOtlllt with train N... 4.t longan. Atlalntio xlr,rcs r.,aclt t unll d ...I..... :410 p. No. a. i-tul;nal liad tt IExprra...... a:0(1r . a N ).. 7, Mallit ie t I.n !,tier.:....... :15 a. ay N,. !., ilar.I.vi ,o' .ii(..tlnll atdal iol .... 900 ~ a N(. Itt. Rlnilmni ndr.t, Mlnoluae. Weail Ell, i rll. anl lride ll l ... . 8:15 a. - No. tl, WhiLas. Bmuldan r and Elkhor'l l'a.enlcer . .... ..... 3:110 p. U Ilhr Ilato. ,map, time tnlhtr r ,l .oial ilor an.:ion, apply to i any ago it hoi tho. Northern Pa citn' It. Ii . ir to CIIAM. h, FEI1, A. k) . lo (ien ad ll'l I lE : C te , Aaiu t. A.l eI.r AgInL, N TS I'AUL, (Iu N 'or. . Illlt & Grand slr.. Helena. Mont. THE GREAT NORTHERN Railwv)a Line. Mon'a ta Central Railway, Grc I Northern Railway, Eastern Ra lway of Minnesota, Wllttar and Si, ux' Falls Railway, Duluthli, Watertown & Pacific Ry, T'III: GI(E.l', THROU(Ill SYSTEM!! A at lill thro.ugth train Ot 8l.er,,.i. IsningII (a,. tloy t'ohiel.' antil IrO (EColonial lh.teoarn to Mhluoratolia,. hi. Put,. I) hlth, West ttulrlur and Sluua ('ity. ( o-O entlllO.t,li.ina for (Chiong,). Now Until fIurihor u,,tire Iraina will run as follows onl:taa. I AlL TRAINS D)AILY oarAKT, :01 a.--n I..Atlantlo Nboprcae... 11:10 a. m, "- 11, o .. t laclro c ox1r a,, , .. I':l p. in. _1:110 p i. I elena A, tttotl,,, L raltl _:t a. lay htltasting rar Itrth', tlaketa, tin,. tabla. eta. at Ilip t atl. City TIrkut Olticoe, Io. t, Ntort, Main at.wst. C. W t. P , Citl Ticket Aeunt. .i. LINOzaY. 0. P. a T. nit,, lI . i'