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Pollows at the ~eal dnoeue .of the Brdde's 'arenta. I4h* `k ide aid Groom btepart for an Bateaded eastern Wedding Trlp, The most brilliant wedding of the sesaion took place at St. Peter's church last eve niSg at 7l80 o'clock. The bride was Mil Florence Child, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ,. P. Child, and the groom was Mr. George H. Hill. The usaher were Messrs. Carpen ter, Holter, Power and Walker. As the bridal party entered the vestry of the church they were met by the maid of honor, Miss Flerenoe Burke. followed by the bridesmaids, .Miss Franklin, Miss Blaine, Miss Roberts and Miss Sharpe, and the groomsmen, Messrs. George Child. At kinson, Corbett and Harlow. As the beau tiful strains of the wedding march from Lohengrin pealed forth the party advanced 'lp the altar. After the maid of honor followed the bridesmaids, each escorted by a groom'eman, and lastly esme the bride leaning onher father'p arm. At the altar'they were met by the groom and his beat man, Dr. George Barbour. The bride and groom then took their places under a beautiful arch formed of smilax, upon which were perched three know white doves. The marriage service of the Episco pal church was performed by the Rev. F. T. Webb, the father giving away the bride. As the party left the church Mendelsohn's wedding marchwas played. The church was handsomely decorated with smilax and ferns brought from Cali fornia. The bride looked very charming in a gown of beautiful white silk on trains garnitured with pearl pamementerie, and was noticable for its soft richness and perfect fit. A long veil enveloped her. In her hand she car ried a beautiful boaquet of white earna tions. The maid of honor wore a corn colored crepe du chine, decollete, with gilt slippers. She carried a large bouquet of white roses. The bridesmaids wore gowns of brocaded white sarah, decollete, and carried large bouquets of roaes. The groom was dressed in black. The bride's mother wore a gown of pie taohe green brocade silk and velvet. After the ceremony a reception was given at the bome of the bride's parents. About three hundred guests were invited. The rooms were handsomely decorated with smilax, ferns and hops. Mr. and Mrs. Hill stood in the arch formed by the bow win dow and received the congratulations of hosts of friends. The bridal oarty were assisted in receiving by Mrs. W. C. Child, Mrs. H. H. Hill, Mrs. Harry Child, Mrs. T. C. Bach, Mrs. Huntley and Mrs. E. W. Knight, Jr. Mrs" Hill was dressed in garnet velvet trimmed with jewelled passementerie, en train. Mrse. W. C. Child wore a handsome toilet of'black velvet. Mrs. T. C. Bach, handsome white satin ea train. Mrs. Huntley, green silk trimmed with yellow saffron, . Mrs. Harry COild, gray crepe trimmed with pearl passe.enterne. Mrs. I. W. Knight. Jr., wore a becoming toilet of grey crepe, decollete. The dining room and tables were hand somely decorated. The bride's table was particularly noticeable for the decorations. After receiving their friends and partaking of the wedding supper the bridal party said good-bye and took the east-bound train. They will visit New York, Boston, Wash ington and other eastern points. They will visit relatives in Kentucky and Ohio. The bride's traveling dress was of navy blue and gray camel's hair braided, with a hat of blue and gray velvet. Some of the more noticeable toilets worn by the ladies were those of Miss Rnmley, who wore a handsome pink crepe du chine, decollete and short sleeves. Mrs. Botkin, dotted cream tulle. Mrs. C. W. Cannon, black net over white silk. Mrs. T. C. Power, black velvet with neck filled in with white net embroidered in gold. Mrs. John Harris, black silk and lace trimmed with jet passementerie. Mrs. Bradshaw, cream satin, Mrs. Nicholson, cream satin and lace. Mde. Hill, corn colored surrah decollete with jet girdle. Mrs. William Wallace, Jr., white silk with pearl passementerie trimming. Miss King, corn colored tulle over yellow satin with black birds holding up the drapery. Mres. Sam Kennett, white grenadine. Mrs. Haire, light blue grenadine, trimmed with chuffon, en train. Mrs. S. T. Hauser, black velvet, en train, with front of brocade satin, trimmed with handsome silk passementerie. Mrs. E. W. Knight, Sr., black velvet, en train, trimmed with lace. Mrs. Hervey Barbour, grey crepe, trimmed with chuffon lace. Miss Rosecrans, empire gown of yellow milk and crepe. Miss Davenport, pink crepe du chine, decollete. Among the presents were: Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hill, trunk of silver; Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Kennett, olive dish and fork; H. D. Hauser, cut glass water set; Mr. and Mrs. Kennett, imperial ware vase; Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Knight, silver salad dish and spoon; Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Knight, Jr., gold clock; Mr. and Mrs. H. Nicholsen, one dozen silver oyster forks; Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Hanser, large trunk of silver; Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Child, royal worcester vase; Mr. and Mrs. Will Wallace. Jr., out glass bottles; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Barbour, silver and ivory pie knife and fork; Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Clark, white feather fan; Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Blake, gold and silver spoon; Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Cullen and Miss Cullen, cut glass berry dish; Mae and Tom Hill, gold and silver butter plates; Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Lore, gold lined berry dish; Mr. and Mrs. D. A. G. Flowerree, half-dozen china plates: Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hersh field, gold and ivory spoon; Mr. and Mrs. Buck, gold and silver ladle; Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cannon, vase; Mr. and Mrs. Raht, silver olive dish and fork; Mr. and Mrs. 8. 8. Hundley, etching; Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Wade, silver tray, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Tatem, out glass bottle, knives and spoons: Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Kleinscbmidt, pair gold and pearl orange knives; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Davis, etching by E. L. Field; Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Velie, etching by Rudolph Bleyer; Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lillienthal, silver bread knife and fork; Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Clark, silver tea hall; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fusz, bisque figure; Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Barbour, gold-lined sugar and creamer; Mrs. A. M. Holter, cut glass salad dish and spoon; Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Preuitt, gold and silver salt dish; Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Brayden, bon bon dish; Mrs. Katherine West, Mrs. E. B. Rhodes and J. E. lRhodes, vase; Mrs. H. D. Hunnewell, a gold lined pair of individual salts and spoons; Robert Sticlit, silver salad bowl and spoon; J. J. Leiser, half dozen cut glass wine glasses; Walter and Warren King, out glass flower dish; W. B. Reed, half dozen gold and silver after dinner coffee spoons; tZ. A. Harlow, two volumes of Hawthorne; N. A. and J. W. Luke, cut glass pitcher; clerks of the First National bank, game set: Geo. B. Child, silver and gold lined tea set; M. A. Meyendorf, G. R. Metten and H. H. Davis, silver olive dish and fork; Dr. Geo. H. Barbour, silver bon bon dish and tongs; S. T. H. Knight, gold and silver fork; Wm. Tatem, one-half dozen table spoons; Mr.Chuddecolt and Frances Shaw,ink stand; Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Lang, pair of vases; Mr. and Mrs. George Boos, ivoryvmounted card -ses Mr. sand Mrs. O. R. Allen, gold and Hi to bo u a :n 1, a o'sp ad pair of cut glass decanters; E. W. Tools, gold ad sil ver os# tfork: . D. erton, water c bo Frank Ange11; Billy K , silver ton--n; EW. Bach, N 5 i. Atkinsot, berry spoon; Brand La uhwnh er, silver mounted fortfolio; Ohm. 'G. Glbth, eold oyster fork; Frank Corbett, out gla a.raffes; Joe, B. Hooper, silver lendar; Edwin F. Snow. Boston, gol and silver after dinner coffee spoons Dr. and Mrs. 0. L. Hogan, gold and silver berry spoon; Mr. and Mrs. W. t. Logan. silver oarving set; Mr. and Mr. S. T, Shan non, china and plate; Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Burke, nut picks; Mr. and Mrs. N. Story, berry spoon; Mr. and' Mrs. J. P. Porter, cut glas dish; Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Story. gold and silver ladle; Mr. and Mr. A. J. *eligman, beautiful vase; Mr, and Mrs. J. T. Murphy and Miss Murphy, water color; Mr. and Mrs. John Murta, silver meat fork; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Hunat, cut lass disbj Mr. and Mrs. Jno, btinmeta, pearl handled frait knives; Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Esuler, meat knife; Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Johnson, .ut glass Jar; Mr. ,and Mrs. J. B. Clayberg, silver-mounted address book; Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Brownies, gold lined bon bon dish and tongs; Mr and Mrs. T. -. Power, ut glass dish; Mr. and Mrs. F. Pope, jewel case; Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Beer game set: N. W. McConnell, mustar A spoon: Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Brush Sibley, pair of silver individual salts and spoons; Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Walker and Mrs. Mary A. Walker, gold and ivory olive fork; Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Curtin, fancy wicker chair; Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Witherbee, gold and silver tray: Mr. and Mrs. Stephen H. Wilder, pair of silver candelabras; Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Fish, one set gold and silver after-dinner coffee spoons. Jouvin'skid gloves in evening shades worth - arebeing old this week atThel BeeHive for i0o. New pictures at The Bee Hive. The Bee IHive has just reaeived 200 dozen men's neckties, worth$1 each; which they are selling at a uniform priceof 50c. PERSONAL. A. J. Davis, of Butte, is at The Helena. John R. King, of Livingston, is in town. J. B. Hodson, of Marysville, is at The Helena. EPeter Simms, of the firm of Shepard & Bimms, contractors, is in the city. Frank E. Corbett. formerly city attorney of Butte, was in Helena yesterday. A. O. Blaine, of Meagher county, passed through the city yesterday on his way to Buffalo, N, Y., for a visit. Prof R. G. Young leaves this morning for Butte to attend the Montana Superintend ents' Bound Table. He will return Satur day. Arrivals at The Helena. Hiram Knowles, Mis- E. D. Haskine, St. souls. Louis. F. W. Bacorn, Marys- A. J. )avis, Butte. v .ile.. . yC, Cometock New C. N. Nurn, Marion, O. York. E. R. Wallace. city. Samuel Braunhart, San H. Berl, Ogden. Francisco. J. S. lucker, city. J. R. Hokson. Marys Peter Seims, St. PauL vile. C. H. Cook, St. Paul. J. H Finn Livingston. J. H. King. Livingston. Edward G. Thomas, Frank Rossburg, treat Denver. Falls. John E. Irnness, St. S. HI. Allen. Spokane. Paul. George Tyson, Bloston. B. B. Crowninshield, C. B. Young. New York Great Falls. Geo, W. Catt Seattle. H. F. Collett, Great J. F. Woodman, St. Falls. Paul. M. S. Parker, Great E. T. Chamberlin, city Falls. F. J. Sterling, city. Arrivals at the Grand Central P. J. Donohue, Marys- A. Sauragean, Deer ville. Lodge. C. It. Gilmer. Ennis. S. . Ramsey, Missoula D. B. McKillican, Ma- Angus Mcliillian, Ma rysville. rysville. Chas. F. Mayger, Ma.. James Huggins, Marys rysville. Ville. Jas. Thornton, Marys- John O'Brien and wife, ville. Marysvile. Mrs. John Duffy. Ma- Miss Hlattie Powers. ryesville. Marysville. Jase lanerle, Marys- JohnJ. Sullivan, Ma ville. ryeville. J. C. Sullivan, Marys- Pat Loftus, Marysvilla. vilee. M. O'Bourke, Marys Joo Fankenhanser, Chi- ville. cagW . James Tierney, Marys W: H. Richards, Ma- vile. rysville. James F. Sennott, Ma J. b. Shelton and fami- ryseille. ly, Utica- John K. Castner. Belt. W. A. Alien, New York E. F. Levine, Minne C. Berastrand, Philips- apols. G. burg. . J. Hunt. Ext. G: N. B. M. Vaughn, Towns- 11. R. end. G W White, Great Charles Smith, city. Falls. Samuel Redmond, Chi- . E. Ross, New York. nook. Louis Miller, Corbin. J. ii. Whitmire, Bloes- Chas. Cochran, York. burg. L.D. Brtt. Port Lo P. S. Quinn. imini. gan. Herbert i. Heed, city. John A. Keating. Bad E. C. Price, St. Joseph. ersburg. J. B. Miller, Spring- Miss Klein, Townsend. field. O. I'. Badee, Doeer Lodge. A. D. Harris, Clancy. T. E. Walsh, St Joseph W. B. Rhondes. Horn. John Klein. Boulder. P. L. Bathrick, Elk- Mrs. Willey, Elkhorn. horn. D. M. Bathpon, Marys A. S. Flessheim, Kansas .ville. City. C. A. Cook, New York. Len Lewis. Fort Logan, H. L. King, city. W..J. lielent.org, Deer Hi. . Stone, Great Lodge. Falls. Hr. and Mrs. Win. C. E. Ingersoll. Rlminul. Potts. Manhattan. I). W. Grinneil and E. E. Evans and wife, wife, Hope. Fargo. J. Thompson, Towns W. H. Irelan. Butts. end John O'Neill, Helmville John Geary, Helmville. The World Enriched. The facilities of the present day for the production of everything that will conduce to the material welfare and comfort of mankind are almost unlimited and when Syrup of Figs was irst produced the world was enriched with the only perfect laxative known, as it is the only remedy which is truly pleasing and refreshing to the taste and prompt and effectual to cleanse the system Rently in the spring time, or, in fact, at any time, and the better it is known the more popular it becomes Blue Points at the motor waiting room. You can buy the poster five-hook kid gloves in all colors at The Bee Hive for $1.25. Every pair warranted. Legal blanks at this office. Sam'l I. Davis' Special. We offer a small list of investment stocks that ere safe to buy and will return good interest. But when holders must sell. 8,000 Iron Mountain, 80c. per share. 5,000 Copper Bell, 10 cents. 8,000 Comberland, $2 in lots. 1,000 Helena and Victor, $2.25, ex-divi dend. 1,000 Bald Butte, $2, lots 250 shares. 1,000 Iron Chief (Castle) 1204. Snap. 9,241 O . .& N., 83f cents to close. Rooms 26 and 27, Bailey Block. Drs. Skimmiu & Essig, dentist., 'Sixth avenue and Main street, over ulah, Cory & Co. Crown and bridge work a specialty. ExtrateLing 50 cent; vitalized air used. I 'Ihere l Stop t At the Broadway Fish Market and get a quart of oysters. Only 40 cents. Largest assortment of work, baby end fans baskets in Lown at loutoher & Bradley s. Succulent, Juicy, Blch Oysters at the Broadway 1Fish Market, 40 cents per quart. Kodaks. Seven styles of kodaks and 'Alms at A. M. Bolter Hardware Co. ofoldad q.51 er uad f preventmineean a silver, copper or I the property of'theat pori vention autholorepta pn a committee of tl mr take stePs to seenor9baO C dulled aff et on a wll.e v e and mineral l and to the piop The ruealu*on na ll our laws In thies repeto s n i atringent and onlUnit should exerclses hapo.werof nqtu Another resoluQ .tes forth the necesities of the tdans-Midp tee demand an ocean outlet on the. en coast of the Gulf of Mextio t the secretary of war to the eom pti th jetties r ow under sonstrution vs tend their railroad flitle as rapidly as the work of M. ttei e pro. oeed. Another resolution ds r Itht it is the sense of thie odiinreMs that Pmra tion laws be so amended that onl Immi grante who both desere and'are:Btd for American citizenship shall be paermited to land on our shores, and that laws thould be more stringent.. Upon the silver qiestilon the, were three reforts, all of which were laid over for fuure disonussion. The convenition at tempted to fix the place of next meeting, but after the names of Salt Lake and Helena were prsented, the matier Was laid on the table. Col. Gresham spoke on the deep water harbor question and the benefits which would accrne from a Galveston har bor. He expressed the belief that ina year there will be ti~nty feet of water there. Another resolution was adopted urging congress to provide for the further improve ment of Galveston haubor and convgratulat ing the people p of .aleo on having 17, feet of water in their harbor. Adjourned ontil towmorrow. FAST TRAIN DERAILED. Terrible Wr lck on the Burlington-Bnt Few Fatalities. MormroUTar, Ill., Oot.. 21.-The Chicago, Burlington and Quinoy faBt pge senger train which left here last night was derailed at at Pottery switch, near Monmouth, by an open switch. The whole train of seven ears, save the sleeper, turned over on its side. The killed ase Engineer A. L, Emery, of Galesburg; Traveling Efirineer George Courtney, of Galesbug; Mrs. George Allen, of Lamone, Iowa, and Frank L. Johnson, of Avon, Ill. About eighteen wqre seriously in.pred. Great esurprised is expressed that the list of casualties was not larger. The saddest casualty happened in the first chair car. Georage Allen, his wife and baby were seated near the middle of the oar when the accident occurred. The car tipped over and Mrs. Allen was killed, the baby was hurled across the car, but, with the exception of a cut on the head, was uninjured. Mr. Allen received onlv brauises. Offliails of the Burlington here'ssBert that the qanse of the wreck is theat the switch was deliberately tampered with. Coroner Taylor expresses the same opinion, and asserts that the uilty parties will soon be caught. Two men were arrested on sus picion to-day. One was releasedn soon after, but W. R. R. Healy, who had been working on farms, is held. Some other people assert that the switch was not iop good condition; that the look did not work, and that vibration of the rails might spring it open. The coroner, howevetr rep resents that the switch was in perfeot con dition, although one of his assistants as sistants asserted this afternoon that the lock could be slipped through the big link and the pins pulled. There were at least 100 people on the train, and it is marvelous that half of them were not killed. The chair car, in which two passengers were killed, was literally esmashed to piece" JOTTINGS ABOUT) TOWN. The May Birch lode at the month of Seymore gulch, has been located by Sarah E. Marshall. Mr. John M. Vrooman, editor and pro prietor of the Lewistown Argus, and Miss Itta Marie Smith were married at Lewis town, Fergns county, on Oct. 15. The funeral of the late Patrick Seanot. who shot himself at Marysville last Satur day, took place from the cathedral at 11:80 yesterday and was largely attended. A meeting of Silver State No. 3 Knights of Maccabees of Helena was held at G. A. B. hall last night with a large attendance. There were a ndmber of visiting brethren. Three new members were initiated. Secretary Walker, of the board of trade, will send to-day to the Lehi, Utah, sugar beet factory eighteen samples of Montana grown beets to be analyzed. The American and Pacific express companies carry the samples free of charge. The school superintendents of the state have all been invited to attend the Superin tendent's Bound Table which begins to day in Butte and- closes Friday evening. Among other things to be considered are school exhibits at the World's fair. The ladies of the Grand street Methodist church, will give a bazaar and social enter tainment this afternoon and evenin at the parsonage. No. 118 .N. Warren street. R'e freshments will be served at any time. The ladies respectfully solicit your presense. The last report from the Elizabeth mine to the.Helena directors is to the. effect that the tunnel is now in 896 feet. The vein is ive feet in width, filled with soft mtter, and no quartz. There is no official inform ation concerning the running of a oroscut. A team representing the militia com panies stationed in Helena, left for Butte yesterday to attend the shooting tourna ment. It is composed of Capt. P. E Osborn, Sergeant S. S. Lynch, and Privates A. E. Ehle, E. Nelson, G. H. Baker, Wm. Martin. C. B. Lebkicher, of the Herald book bindery, has received a patent for an : im proved blank book. The improvement lies in the fact that when the book is open it lies fiat, does not move when pressed upon, and is stronger and in every way superior to the old style. The first social of the season, grven by the ladies of the Congregational church, will be held to-night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Yergy, 820 Dearborn street. The steam motor at its Dearborn street crossing leaves passengers within a few feet of the house. A cordial invitation is ex tended to all. Sometime in November Gilmore'% band will give a concert in the tabernacle hlll at Salt Lake. The choral society and taber nacle choir, about 800 voices, will take pert. If a sufficient number will go from Helena to make it an object, the Union Paefde railroad will make a very low rate for the trip. Music lovers shculd call og Agent Wilson for particulars. Dispatches from Santos announceyellow fever increasing. The government has or dered vessels at Santos, 100 in &JJ.to go outside until it is their turn to diso ge, Great Bargains at Jaekson's Maues ltore in consequence of the fire in the Bailey block Mr. Jackson has removed to Park avenue, near Edwards street, adjo.inng Watson's grocery store, Mr. J. ha a large stock of pianos, organs and musipal iner chandle which was slightly dams4.,b, .. .... r N . and a Magrifcent collection of CARPETS, RUGS and DRAPERIES. SANDS BROS. + New Dress aking Establishimelt -on the est Sid".. On account of my increasing number of customers from the'West Side, I will, from Nov. 1, open up the lIrgset andº ot fis ionable parlor in Helena, on corner Lawrence Street and Park Avenue. Ladies that want Perfect Dresses, mad.stser t LatQst Parisian Fashion are cordially invited to inspect mny great assortment, of Imported Fyeahioao P1atet, the largest asd bet ppb lication from Paris, London and Vienna. Al fashionable Pur Garments altered and repaired, and ur Garments of any de.eiptioa made in eight dao at New York prices. By glying nme a trial you will be convinced of my supreeay i r r to Perfect Fit Latest Sttyles and Firrt-Ola e m work. Respectfully, MR.. JAMES NMAr A DXA rDER. Proprietress of Helena Fashionable Dressmaking Establishment, 207 and 209 SouthMain Street and'Cor.: Lawrence and Park Ave. the smoke, but in reality as good as new, which he offers at greatly reduced prices. This special sale will last for only about two weeks. Those in want of anything in my line are respectfully invited to call and be as tonisbed at the remarkably low prices. Sale begins Monday, Oct. 12, at 10 o'clock. Go to The Bee Hive for yarns and woolens. Typewriting, room 15 Bailey block. Blue points on the half shell at Motor waiting loom. When you can cause water to run up hill and roses bloom in a winding sheet of snow. you may make good bread from poor flour. But from Washburn, Croeby's Co.'s "Beat" flour perfect tion in the art of bread-making is attained. Every good grocer will tell you so. A, It. Gates Grocery Company, mill agents. Helena, Mont. Con Becker Has opened a hay, grain, feed, produce and commission business on corner Main street and Eighth avenue. Give him a call. You hardly realize that it is medicine, when taking Carter's Little Liver Pills; they are ver small; no bad effects; all troubles from torpid liver are relieved by their use. HELENA IN BRIEF.. Jackson's music store. Bailey block. BORN. MERBILr-In Helena. Oct. 21, to the wife of Frank D. Merrill. a son. GERVAIS-In Helens. Oct. 21, to the wife of Wm. Gervyis. a son. Myrtle Ledge No. 8. Meets every Thursday. Hegular meeting of above lodge will b9 held this 'Thursday evens lug at eight o'clock sharp. Sc jonrning brothers are kindly in vited to ittend. 0. W. JAoKSON, JaCooB Logs. C. C. K. ofB. and 8. ATTENTION I = FUEL BUYERS!* Rock Springs, Wyoming, Soft Coal, from Union Pacific Railroad Compan? THE BEST IN THIS MARKET. Kleinschmidt & Bro., Agents. Also dealers in Lehigh Anthra. cite Hard Coal afnd best Cumber. land Blacksmith Coal. ORY YELLOW PINE AND FIR WOOD. Bring your orders to the Granite Block. Ming's Opera House 4 J. C. BRMINGTON, MANAGERI . TWO NIGHTS COMMENOINj MONDAY, OCT. 26, TUESDAY MATINEE. The Orlg:nal New Orleans UNCLE TOM'S CABI .CO. A large and excellent company of layers. Special Sceneryl Nevw Orleans Quartetti fJefined Specialtiesl o t se 1,r4o04.. morPais a Pp.4 S WM. ERSKINE & G. ., Plumbers and Gas Fitters SANITARY WORK A SPECIALTY. OUT OF TOWN WORK( SOLICITEDI TELEPHONE 287. , Merchants National Bank Building, . Helein, Mop_ H. -. B. PL.BR - LEann, moNaTA, aE*' 1i- --. INVESTMENT 8ECURITIE8 .IMONEY TO LOAA On Improved Property and Banohue. Will purobaie County, School and Muaioipal Bonds and Warrants, Commercial Paper and !Mortgage Notes. Ne. 10 Edwards Street. Merchante Natlonal ank Bullildag. CorreIPndaenee Solleltet MERCHANTS HOTEL DINING ROOM NOW OPEN Under Management of the---- +MISSES 'NAGLE+ : TERMS: Board, $7 Per Week, Tickets, 21 Meals, $8 Per Weao Sintle Meals 50c, Each LATEST! .... .... FIFTH EDITION!H"" Several cars of Washburn-Gros by Go.'s "Best" Flour arrived at Jielena this W)eek, fresh from the "great Washburn Mills, the largest and most perfectly equipped flour` mills in the vorld. Our goods are handled in jielena only by ........*. M. Reinig and th( • . A. R. Gates Grocery Co, LINDSAY & CO. Wholesale and Retail Fruits and Produce. Speeolttos: BUtter. Egg, Fruits, Vegetables Fish, Poultry, Oysters. 20 and U Edwards Street. Helena, Montana. TURKISH AND RUSSIAN BATHS. To1Isigemath1 Rflussiu an latt $L Shampoo pe a ,t Io ours Sea.m. toe10 po %I . n .tth avenue, rooms unser PROW. D. B. WHITTL., Proprietor. CITY AUCTIONEERS. Neeheld Good. oas ad Cattle wtll o Siiaoat en o will onat e eve ol at our plv. o boIuneu, 10 ouh " REAL ESTATE " J, P. POBRTER, Real S Estate, SMines. OFFICE: In Basement Power block, Corner Sixth Ave. and Main St., HELENA. ." AND MINES. .