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SOCIETY ENJOYS A REST,
Dress Coats and Trained Gowns Dorfed, Negligee Shi'ts and Blouses Donned. Rmetpkk on the Bubjeot of Bange, Thlr Care in Hot Weather. HeOw Nattre eon Undoes Laborlous Iris. atao-Personal Mention of People In Helena and Elsewhere. SBooety is slumbering, hoping not to be thoroughly 'awaked until after the warm season is over. Its devotees have thrown of the conventionalities that doth hedge about a dress coat and a trained gown and donned negligee shirts and blouses, and are resting. What would be the use of us women frizzing our hair, putting on an extra coat of powder, and a starched gown? The-perspiration would soon take the frizz from the most approved bang, cause the powder to be washed from our cheeks in blotches, and the damp atmosphere would eaase the best laundried gown to look limp. It seems to me that we people with bangs are justified at grieving at this sort of weather, but what are we going to do about it? Those people who study the heavens say the warm weather is owing to spots on the sun, but we of this planet find little conso lation in that, especially we with the kind of bangs that have to be frizzed every morning and two , or three times a day to be presentable. Bangs are the one hideous bane of a sum mar's existence, they rank second only to flies and mosquitoes. Curl them as you like, frizz them as you will, the warm days and the perspiration that oozes from your marble brow will soon make them as straight as the raven looks of the noble redman. Why zot cut them short and wear a straight bhng? I know they are not as becoming to most faces as the fluffy curl but it is better than to be disheveled. Or wear your hair pompadour if your face will permit it? Of course if you have one of those tombstone-like foreheads you will have to continue using the curling iron and feel miserable because the curl will persist in coming out. Prrsonal ald General. Miss Mary Mills, of Deer Lodge, is visit ing in Helena. W. E. Cox, wife and son, visited Living ston last week. Mrs. M. A. Russell is seriously 11 at the sisters' hospital. E. W. Bach visited our sister city over the range last week. A. C. Logan and little son Toin came up from the ranch on Saturday. Miss Bose Bartos, of thi~s city, is visiting Mrs. J. H. Barta. of Boulder. Judge Hedges, wife and son, left Faiday for a three weeks' trip to Alaska. Sam Neil, of Oakland, Cal., is spending a month among friends in our city. Joseph Murphy. wife and daughter, of Great Falls, are visiting in the city. Mrs. Cnnnirgham is occupying Mrs. Henry Cannon's huose for the i resent. Miss Della Burton has been appointed clerk-by the state board of equalization. Miss Lalla Brook has been quite ill for the past week, but is slowly convalescing. Walter Alderson, of Livingston, is visit ing his sister. Mrs. Russell, of this city. Railroad Contractor H. K. Halver.on and family, of Minneapohs, are visiting in Helena. Col. F. M. Malone, of Miles City, last week looked in upon his many friends in this city. Miss Bothwell, sister of Mrs. J. U. San ders, left Wednesday to enter a c.nvent in New York. Mrs. C. W. Ryder, wife of the city editor of the Herald, arrived in the city from St. Paul on Monday. Miss Wyman and Mrs. Gibson, sisters of Mrs. C. B. Miller, left Friday for a trip through the park. Frank Martin returned Wednesday from a two months' absence at the Dandy mine, in Brkish America. County Treasurer McNeil and wife, of Boulder, spent a portion of last week with friends in this city. Thos. E. Goodwin spent a portion of last week i. looking after his real estate interests in Livingston. Robert McGinnis and wife, who have been s.ending the past two weeks at White Eulphur ipringd, retumned last week. Major Eaton is making a tour of the Cooks mining district in company with his brother, Chas. Eatin, of Livingston. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. : tewart, acoom Spaned by Miss Minnie Beonk, leit for Boulder Hot Springs, on Saturday last. Mrs. A. W. Lyman returned last week from Cleveland, Ohio, where she has been spending several weeks at her old home. M . H. Heathwoo I rturned last week fromn a stay of some length in Philipsburg. She is vseiting at the home of Mts. Gainu. M a. G. W. Houghton and children re turned to this city on Tuesday from an ex tended visit at her old home in Missouri. Mrs. N. Fretz has moved to the corner of Ewing and yixth, and has taken charge of the . stail dairy business of the Child ranch. John B. Clsyberg. who has been resting from his labors for the past few weeks among eastein friends, returned on Sunday last. J. C. Morrison, purchasing agent of the Great Northe n railway, was here in the in terests of the company during the past week. Miss Nora Matheson returned Wednes day from Bozeman, where she has been sperding some time with her friend, Misf Page. Dr. No ris returned to the city on Mon day from Chicago, where he has been tak ing a post graduate course in the dental college. SRevr. F. D. Kelsey's love of the floral kingdom lead him to make a botanical tour of the country around about Wickes during the past week. Messrs. Itead, Kepner and Charles Armit age returned blet week from a three weeks' trip through the wonderland, the famous National park. Mrs. A. P. Co tin and two little daughters returned last week from an extended visit in southern California. They have rooms at The Hetlena. Ira Brown, an inspector from tile interior department at Washington, was in the city the past week making an examination of the local laud otlice. Judge Sanders left Thursday night to at tend the 0. A. It. encampment in Detroit. While absent he will visit New York and other eastern points. Peroy Kennett is spending a short vaca tion in Fergus county, becoming personally acquainted with the tinny tribes of the streatnp in that region. Col. James 'nllivan is again seen on the attests shnking hands with his numerous friends. 11e bas been spending some weeks among eastern friends. Jacobl Kanf returned WeJnesday from an extended. eastern tour. Before settling down to bnuslnes he swil take in the won ders of the National park. Miss Frankie Jurgens, who has been vie It ing rllitivoe and friends in thy east for ti:e last four months, returned Saturday afternoon after a delightful visit. P. McDonald, of Cincinnati, accompanied by his wife and family, have just made a trip through the parkt, and are now resting in Helena before starting for home. lbThe Cotillon clul gave another of their delightful hops at the Broadwater Thurs dyn evening. Thb weather wa enlesnmat and all enjoyed thr, danne and music. -v. D. Raleigh. pester of the M. E. h o Missoula and formerly pastor of the 'M . , ehuarb of this city. visited mObpg hki friends in Helena last week. Cat. H. 2. Fisko editor of the Herald, left Sunday night for a visit among friends 0n4 relatives in the esot. While absnt he will attend the (G. A.B. meeting next month in Detrolt. A party consisting of John S. Dickerson, &ommodore of the New York Yacht olaub, with his wife, daughter and son, Miss SirlyLand W. H. Chapman, are stopping at The Helena. Col. 0. K. Arnold and Major Henry Car roll, of the United States army at Fort Custer and Major Even Miles, stationed as Fort kisoula, were guests in the city dur ing the past week. The eyelists, Gilpatriek and Dahnoke, who are pushing their wheels on towneds Chicago, on the 27th nit, had reached Jamestown, N. D., and hoped to reach hli eago by the 7th inst. Will Cannon will rusticate fora coaple of weeks on his father ' ranch on Hound creek. He will while away the time fisht ing the festive mosquito and sitting on a log-waiting for fish to bite. Cavalry troop A cave a pleasant enter tainment on Wednesday It,s tin at their quarters in the armory. Thb troop will present an epera during fair week under the direction of Miss Ayres. Arthur Kleinsohmit leaves to-day for a month's vaoation in the wilds of Casade county. If his anticipations are realized the fish commissioners will have to restoek the streamasof that county after he leaves. Boulder seems fast coming into favor as a summer resort, and many residents of Helena go there for rest and recreation. Mrs. Jos. Davis, Miss Mayronne. and Mrs. 8. J. Jones have been there for a week's outing. Bishop W. W. Duncan, of Spartiabnrgh. South Carolina, arrived in this city on Tuesday for the purpose of presiding over the Southern Methodist confesence, which is in session in the Grand Street Methodist church. Francis Murphy and wife are doing . noble work among our brethren who are addicted to the use of spiritous liquors. None so low in the social scale or so deep in the gutter but what a helping hand, an en rouraging word, and an appeal to their fallen manhood, are given. Mrs. W. C, Child gave a lunch on Friday afternoon at her residence on Ewing street in honor of Mrs. Gibson and MissWymond, of Aurora, Ind. The house and tables -ere tastefully decorated, and an elegant lunch served. The invited guests were Dr. and Mrs. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Bannister, Mrs. Gibson and Miss Wymond. L. G. Phelps entertained a few of his gen tlemen friends at a dinner party given at his home on Tuesday evening in honor of Mr. Whitney, of Philadelphia. Among those who sat at the table were, Major Ma ginnis, Donald Bradford, R. A. Harlow, Henry 8. Ames of St. Louis. D. A. Cory, C. W. Cannon and R. H. Floyd-Jones. C. `:hields, general superintendent of the Chicago, St. Paul & Kansas Cite railroad. and wife; H. O. Brooks, asaistant general freight agent, and wife: Mr. Brown, attor ney for the Rock Island road, and Gun. Flower, president of the St. Paul stock vards, arrived in Helena on Friday in a specinl car over the Montana Central. The party went from here to Butte. Edward Smith entertained a number of his friends at his home on Chalucer street Thursday evening. The ovening was spent in social converse, games and other atuse ments. Dainty refreshments weie served. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Jackman, Miss Luella Haskell, Alice Smith. Evoline Gebauer, Mist Donnelly, Mrs. Lydia Kinzel. Messrs. Wm. Miller, Milton Gamer, Albert Frank, W. Smith, Sr., W. Smith, Jr.. Tuesday morning bright and early car riages containing Mrs. Greenhood, Mrs. Bohm, Miss Bertha Frank, Miss Dora Greenhood. Miss Collins, of Great Falls, Miss Westheimer and Mr. Greenhood might have been seen moving towards thn east. The party had started for a day's outing at Alhambra. After a plunge in the warm baths and a stroll about the hills they returned at eve.ting having thorough ly enjoyed the day. A very quiet wedding took place on Wednesday at the home of J. J. Fant. The contracting parties weea Miss Mary Fant and J. Bruce Simpson, both parties being well known and held is high esteem by their many acquaintances in this city. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. F. D. Kelsev, only a few intimate friends of the bride and groom being present. The happy couple left on the afternoon train for Seattle, where the honeymoon will be spent, after which they will take up their residence in Helena. The Misses Tda, Woodie, Eva Bridenthal, Jennie and MaidieWortman.Mrs. Nat St. Lit tle end son, Masters Will, Wardie and Jack Wortman and Earl Kelly returned last week from a ten days' camp on Colorado creek. They found a delightful spot in which to pitch their camp, a locality free from mosquatoes and flies and abounding in raspberries, gooseberries and currants. They also visited the quarries of the Mon tana Granite comoany at Bexendale. The weather having been favarable most of the time a happy, care-free ten days were spent. On Wednesday evening the wedding bells again chimed forth, this time to an nounce the marriage of Andrew Wade and Miss Mary Stradling, both of this city. At 8:30 p. m., the bride and groom entered the parlor, which was beautifully decorated with flowers, and taking their position be fore their pastor, Rev. C. B. Allen, respond ed to the questions that made them man and wife. An elegant supper was served to the invited quests, after congratulations had been showered upon both the bride and the groom. The happy couple will remain in our midst. On Tuesday the sad news of the death of Charles Vandeivoort came to his mother, who is visiting her daughter, Mrs. James Walsh. of this city. The young man was on his way to Willmar, Minnesota, and upon reaching Wayzata had left the train to take a luok at the lake. The train started up when he was some distance away and while attempting to climb on the rear platform of the moving smoker he slipped and fell directly under the wheels. Four coaches passed over his neck, not injuring any other portion of his body. Death was almost instantaneous, as no expression of pain was on his face. His sister will be re membered as the young lady who came so near losing her life through the careless handling of a revolver in the hands of a young man in this city. THROUGHOUT THE STATE Billings. Miss Hayden, teacher, of Junction, is vis iting her friend, Mrs. Donovan. Mrs. J. H. Conrad has given up her house in town and gone to live in Helena. Mr. H. F. Clement has bought a house in town and intends making his home here. Master Willie Matheson went to Helena on Thursday to visit his uncle and grand mother. Mrs. A. C. Tompkins went to Hunters' Hot Strings on Saturday and returned on Monday. The home of Mrs. B. W. Toole was made happy by the arrival of a daughter on Tuesday. The ladies of the Methodist church gave a lawn party at Mrs. Crampton's on Mon day evening. Mrs. George Hayes intends leaving 11ll1 ings in about two weeks for a visit to her old home in Wales. Mr. and Mrs. Dnrbin sr., and daughter. Mrs. Walker, and Mrs. Durbin jr., leave for Portland, Ore., on Tuesday. There was a lawn party given at the horne of Mrs. Hayes on Tuesday evening. The lawn was lighted by 180 Chinese hIn terns and had a very pretty ef.eot, as they could be seen all over town. lee cream and cake were served to those present and it was a decided success, as they realized $30 for the Congregational church. Moulder. Codtty Treasurer Dun McNeil and Mrs. McNeil spent a few days in Helena last week. Miss Mary Patte, of Three Forks, is vis iting the Misses Rymn, of the Boulder valley. Mrs. J. 0. Boes has returned to her home f sn a very pleasant visit with friends to Wosdville. A tReidel is visiting his' parents in this p lace. Mrs, M. Stroase, of Grand Janotion, Co., is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Morris, of Bonlder. Rev. J. L. Goaier, who has been in Elk horn the past year, has removed his family to Boulder. Miss Minnie Break and Mrs. Steward, of Helena, visited Boulnder Hot prlngs for a few days las& week. The Hotel May is crowded. Theguests are having lively times. They spend their evenings in dancing. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harlow visited Champion one day last week and were the guests of Judge Lookhart. Mrs. E. Conoannon asd little daughter came home last week after a very pleasant visit to Helena and Castle. Miss Annie Bhott came in from Blgfoot last Friday evening and spent a few days with her sister, Mrs. J. C. Sloss. G. D. Vickers, of Virginia City, came to Boulder last week to spend a month with his brother, t. A. Vickers, and family. A very pleasant surprise was given last Friday evening in honor of Miss Clara Rei del at her parents' residence, in the form of a spider-web party. The first gentleman to untangle the web was Rob Taylor, he re ceiving the first prize, a beautiful shaving set. The fist lady was Miss Nellie Wild, who received a handsome handkerchief case. The booby prizes were given to Miss Donna Bell and Mr. Stiles. At 11 p. m. a very nice lunch was served. The remainder of the evening was spent in dancing, all re turning iome delighted and declaring it the most soolel party of the season. Deer Lodge. M. J. Bielenberg was in Helena this week. Ed Moore, of Philipsburg, was in town Sunday. H. J. Toomley has been in town for a few days. Wm. Beaumont has returned from the Bitter Root valley. Col. E. G. Birdeeye and wife, of Avon. were in town Monday. Miss Katie Kohrs is the guest of Mrs. Gehrmann in Walkerville. Miss Sallie Batterton has returned from sunmmer's visit to Pendleton, Ore. Miss Annie Bien has been a guest of Miss Katie Evans. of the upper part of the val ley. Mrs. W. A. Hensley and family left the first of the week for their home in the val ley. W. J. Higgins and Thos. MoTague re turned the first of the week from Mis soula. Misses Nits Bonner and Blanche Stuart visited Mrs. J. R. Boardman in Anaconda the first of the week. The young peoploe made up a pleasure party and suprised Charley Reinshaw very agreeably Wednesday evening. C. E. Bonner, John G. Maroney and Fred Hons were all guests in Anaconda last Sat urday antd returned home Sunday. The latest arrival from Babylaud in our little town is a tiny girl, who came to the home of J. S. Eldred and wife, Friday. Mrs. Gus Sollider of Bitter Root, who has been a guest at Mrs. John S. Mills for the last month, returned home Saturday. W . B. Burkett and wife will return this week',frnm Salt Lake and be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Asa Cornforth, on Rainbow avenue, for a short time. Monday evening all of the young people were invited to meet at Mrs. Jno. Williams' home for the purpose of forming a Y. The meeting being solely for the discussidn of the project was event in social conversa Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Larabie invited a nunm ber of young people in honor of Miss Mary Woolfolk, Tuesday evening. That the evening was delightfully spent goes with out saying. At the whist tables Miss Florence King won the first prize and Miss Norma Robinson, the booby prize, while Fred Hoss receiyed the first prize for gen tlemen and Ed Seharnikow the booby. Those invited were: Misses Maunde Stuart, Kohrs Bielenburg, Wiles, Nannie and Vir ainia Douglaas, Alma Bielenburg and Flor ence King; Messrs. Whitworth, Hose, Reed, SBharnikon. Gullette, Mignerey, McPher son, Phil Miller, Mitchell, Mooney, Hum her and Bonner. SUNDAY SERVICES. Congregational phurch-Preaching at 11 a. m. by A. C. Coney. St. Paul's M. E. church-Preaching at 11 a. m. by W. O. Waggener. Christian church-Preaching at 11 a. m. by Rev. J. E. Squires, and at 8 p. m. by Rev. S. B. Tabor. Grand Street Methodist church. Confer ence Love Feast at 9:30 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. in. and 8 p. m. by Bishop W. W. Duncan. Sunday school mass-meeting at 3 p. m. Scandinavian Lutheran service to-night eight o'clock in the new church, corner Twelfth avenue and Idaho street. Scandi navians are all invited to attend. Sunday school 2:30 p. m. in the basement. First Baptist church, corner Eighth ave nue and Warren street. Services at 11a. m. and eight p. m. Preaching morning and evening by Rev. C. B. Allen, Jr., pastor. Young people's meeting at seven p. m. First Presbyterian church-Usual services will be held in the district court room of the court house at 11 a. m. Preaching by the pastor, Rev. T. V. Moore. There will be no evening services. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m. Young people's prayer meeting at 7:15 p. m. Central Presbyterian church, in Lenoir hall, on Robe, ts street, between Helena av enue and the Northern Pacific depot. Through the month of August preaching Sunday evenings only at 8 o'clook. Sunday school at 2:30 p, m. A cordial invitation is extended to all. T. J. May, pastor. A Chance For Young People. During the past two weeks Prof. Engel horn, principal of the Helena Business College, has received five applications for competent stenographers and typewriters. Of the five he was able to return a favor able reply to but one. As has been repeat edly stated, this shows that there is an ex cellent field for young men and young women in Montana, if they will only fit themselves to occupy it. Any young person with a fair education, can by taking a course in the stenoiraphy and typewriting departmentsof the Helena Business College. place himself or herself in a position to command a good salary ahd become self supporting. While other occupations are crowded, these are not, and there is no ex cuse for idleness and the cry that nothing can be found to work at, while these condi tions prevail. Excurslon Rates to California. On the 15th of each month the Northern Pacific railroad will sell round-trip tickets to California points as follows: Helena to San Francisco and return, go ing via Portland and returning same way, $75. To San Francisco, going via Portland and returning via Ogden and Silver Bow, $tK). To Los Angeles, going and returning via Portland, entering San Francisco in one direction either going or returning, $89. To Los Angeles, going via Portland and San Francisco, and returning samie route, To Los Angeles, going via Portland and San Fi ancieoo, returning via Sacramento aind Ogden. $5!.60. Tickets will lie limited for sixty days for going passeag, jith return at any time with in the tlual limit of six months. A, ). ED.iEA, U,.Ge Agt., Helenn, Mont. Curs. S. Fe., G. P. & T. A., St. Paul, Minn. Typewriting, roomn 15 halley block. Special Sale. Commencing August :1 and continuing to August 8 we will place on our special sanl counter our entire stock of boys' iind chit ren's suits and single pants at two-thirds value. (ltreNnloot, oltnii & Co. Sharpen Tlhetn. Lawn, mowers, knives, scissors, umbrel las, sewing machines and overything sharp ened or repaired, cheap by Jordan, 81ll N. THE NEW YORK DRY GOODS STORE * AUGUIST SPEGIAAlTIES . . 26 Dozen Gloria Silk Umbrellas Sold in Ten Days! BUT ANOTHER CONSIGNMIENT IS HERE! Numerous customers have requested us to duplicate our grand special drive in Gloria Bilk Umbrellas, which has been the greatest hit of the season. Ladies, we have done better---they are here; not a small lot, but oceans 6f them. Paragon Frames--Extra Fine Silver-Plated Handles, SILK UMBRELLAS, FORMER PRICE $3. NOW $1.75. SILK UMBRELLAS, FORMER PRICE $3.50. NOW $2. SILK UMBRELLAS, FORMER PRICE $4. NOW $2.50. '16o doz. Ladies' Embroidered Pure Linen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, $r per doz. R - - 25 doz. Ladies' Black Opera and Colored Silk Vests, choice $i each - -R II- - -. - One lot Extra Length Ribbed Lisle Vests, 25c. each - - - A ANew Lot of Silk Blouses * CAME TO-DAY A New Lot of Silk Blouses THE NEW YORK DRY GOODS STORE, Cor. Main and State Sts., Helena, Montana IMPORTANT TO LADIESI What the Knowing Ones Know, PREPONDERANCE OF EVIDENCE Society Women May Learn. Much valuable information regarding the care a the complexion from their professional sister for there are no women who take care of thei face as rofeessionals do, and none are so goes jedges of the meaen and materials for preaerviu, Ihi skin. To them complexion is BEAUTY, 'am PEAUTY capital. What eome of them say. A candid opinion from the famous Amerlcal cantatrice. one of the most conscientious women on the stage: ICooAGo, November 15. Mr. Wisdom: Dear Sir--I beg to thank you fo the delightful and refreshing "'obertine" you as kindly sent me. 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CLOSING OUT SALE O -'- TVINES, LIORS AND CIGARS, -=-On Account of - Setirir~g From Busirxess. Having decided to retire from business, I will sell my entire stock of Wines, Liquors, and Cigars at 400 EASTERN PRICES "-. 4oo barrels of Whisky in bond, of the following well-known brands: W. H. McBRAYER, BOND & LILLARD, JAMES E. PEPPER, and MELWOOD. The *llowing Whiskies on hand: 60 Barrels Bond & Lillard, Spring 1887. 50 Barrels W. H. MoBrayer, Spring 1887. 40 Barrels Jas. E. Pepper, Spring 1887. 25 Barrels Hermitage, Spring 1886. 25 Barrels Old Crow, Spring 1886. 10 Barrels Guggenheimer Rye, Spring 188%. 25 Barrels MoBrayer, Spring 1888. 25 Barrels Tea Kettle, Spring 1883. 25 Barrels Meroantile Club. 25 Barrels Clifton Springs. Also numerous brands of goods of the spring of I88o and 1883. 300 cases imported Champagnes of all leading brands. 300 cases assorted imported and domestic Liquors: also full line of Brandies, Wines, Rum and Gin, imported and domestic, in bulk and in cases. Irish and Scotch Whiskies. ,O LEADING BRANDS CIGARS. Entire stock will be disposed of wikhout res:rve, as I will posi. tively retire from business. Goods sold for Cash only. Fixtures und lease for sale. I. L. ISRAEL & CO., 3 SOUTH MAIN ST., HELENA.