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k the Upper Ten at In Early August. MtSookIug Is a Consplouous .atur aSt the Present Timea MSneen on the ole Oreands, on Teetheard, at Casino Dances, Along the eeah. tpeema Coreepoudence of Tnn INopsrNDExT.I . WPORT, B. 1., AUG. 1.-SHALL I detail to you some of Newport's most notable toilets up to date this season? There is a temptation to begin with stoekingl, for searlet and crimson hosiery brighten the beaches and piazzas mueh as a lamlng leaf will shine out, when you're least leokinlg for it, in the middle of a sumac aush in July. When a bit of a girl in white thrusts a patent leather slipper out of her hammock and disoloses, in the not of getting herself out to follow, the slipper, some inehes of brilliant red silk ankle, the Mephistophelean display is altogether annocent, the coeneo tion with his satanie majesty being no closer than the faintest suggestion from headquar ters of summer flirtation and havoc with the hearts of foolish men. The effect is quite as well worth produc ing, perhaps, when, the stookings remaining unchanged, the frock is a pale pink or blue batisate or a oreamy yellow lawn. There was a girl on the bathing beach one morning late ly at whom we all looked as though we had seen and never again were likely to see a pret ty young woman. She looked like a Cuban, with a warm, rosy flush under her clear olive skin. and she wore a dress of earu linen, with a mass of large petaled scarlet poppies droop ing from her Leghorn hat, a second huge bunch of them at her waist, and the vivid, happy color showing about her feet as the wini, which is no respecter of persons. seized the folds of her skirt and tossed them about in the effort to investigate her red Russia low kid shots and her poppy red stockins. Her parasol was a great canopy of changeable poppy silk, with a deep flounce of black lace drooping. At the last Casino hop there was a fluffy black net dancing frock that had taken to itself scarlet geraniums at the belt and scarlet slippers and stockings. But to return to our muttons, that is to say, to our especially notable gowns. Mrs. Ogden Mills is one of the women from v'. V A DESIGN FOR EVENING. whom one expects them. She brought a good many novel things from Europe when she came to Newport for the season, and among them is an opnl-haed moire silk that is peculiarly attractive. It is arranged as a carriage costume with silver embroideries at the foot and long draperies of black lace in the back, which are caught up with ribbon sashes. A full front of the same lace falls from black velvet revers which are turned away from a deep V at the throat and over laid with intricate silver traceries. Loops of iridescent opal ribbon gather the lace to the velvet and fall away on either side, meeting behind. Under the V is set a chemisette of ivory gange, with a loosely arranged tie. The moire sleeves come just to the elbows, but deep falls of lace droop almost to the hand. A large flat bat of cream-colored straw went with this glancing and twinkling frock as Mrs. Mills wore it yesterday. It was trimmed with opal rib bons and black plumes, Another of the dresses Mrs. Mills has worn and which has attraetel especial at tention. is a primrose tinted India silk, fig ured with scattered spikes of black flowers. A length of black velvet edged with yellow is arranged on the left side, while the right is caught up with black velvet bows lined with yellow. The low bodice is cut in points across the bosom and bound with black; under it black fish net is draped and held on the shoulders with black vel vet bands and bows. Two odd lapels of black velvet embroidered in yellow come down from the shoulders and lie across alongside the arms. There is a pointed girdle of black velvet ribbons, and there are sleeves of fish net over yellow silk, with long India silk uffs, velvet bound. The yellow chiffon hat is trimmed with jeweled butterflies. Miss Adele Grant is living very quietly this easean, but when she appears at an entertainment or on the beach or the ave nue, it is usually in a dress worth looking at a second time. One of her prettiest toilets thus far this summer is an ivory serge skirt with narrow gold braid wrought SI) it i AN KOCENTRIC IDOA. into anchors and cable e:,rd about the bottom. With it is donned a corn flower blue serge coat with revers and pockets of ivory. A narrow gold cord girdle holds the bodic full at the waist and the small straight-brimmed blue straw sailor hat is trimmed with ivory ribbons. The harbor, insideand outside the break Water, is full of yaehts, and it is hard to .mn one's head without seeing brace and * MERCHANTS! YOUR LAST CHANCEl DON'T MISS THE OPPORTUNITYI The Stock is going fast, and if you want goods cheap come before they are closed out. It will pay you to buy Fall and Winter Goods now. LM. 7iUTI-IH, R ECEI E R, GREENHOOD, BOHM & CO.'s OLD STAND. : - =- :-,. , ,, . rlrrm I' 1 -11""1 1¥ "11[1 Illl 11 " ' 1 : lU 'l '. I Irqs  III I '11'1" . . m,.·rl II bright examples of the yachting gown. A cutter that came in shis morning from Bar Harbor had upon its deck a summer sailor in cream-colored serge. The summer sailor's nautical duties were mostly confined to lying back in her steamer chair under the ::wning. but the bands of blue and white at the foot of her skirt and her blue and white striped bodice shone oat on this account the more brilliantly. Her sash and sailor collar were white, with blue anchors. and her rough and ready white straw hat wag moderately a-flutter-sea winds compelling self-restraint in this particular-with blue ribbons. Miss Marie Havemeyer is one of the younger set whose fashions are much fol THE YACHTING GIRT. lowed. She is a dark girl with a elear, warm complexion and fine eyes. As she is probably the best horsewoman in Newport, her navy blue broadcloth riding habit ought to be wo th a moment's consideration, with its narrow, notched revere continuing its collar nearly to the waist line and its broad expense of linen shirt with three minute Vold studs and its narrow dark blue tie. Top boots of patent leather show in mount ing or dismounting, and a bunch of flame colored nastg:tinms does not need to con fine its greetings to the publie to those oo casions. At the last polo game Mise Havemeyer wore a red batiste dress that was probably the smartest thing on the grounds. It was figured in black and its skirt had five over lapping red folds filled in about the foot somewhat curiously. The skirt gores were wide and were gathered on to a red bodies which laced behind. There was a minute Figaro scoat that was worn with a white China silk tie, and there was a red crinolinee hat trimmed with the black flowers of the "mourning bride." On the same eeasion Miss Arnv Head wore an apple green gingham figured witih blune seusory. It weas a pretty fork with a ruffle of I.ain blue abeout the hottorm and a plaiu bodice full on the shoulders and fae treniag under the armi. It had a narrow green ribbon girdle fasteaieg with a silver slide-, And it went with a big rhat of green rush straw tied up with blue rilLons. with stems of suecorv in their loops and shader by a great white lace palasol. Dl)ncing dresses? The Casino hops have begun to bring out many about which there Iright be much, talking. A young girl with Mrs. John Il. ()_den the other night was radiant in rose-colored crape, with Vene tian lace covering the back of her flock rend making long cascade-like jabots at the sldes. The lbodice was gathered to a yoke of tucked white silk, and neck and waist were finished with rose ribbons. Miss Evelyn Inarden. who is one of the prettiest of the younger girls, wore magno ha white crepe caught with white ribbon bows acnd brightened by a lattice girdle of dark red velcet. Mrs. Williamn C. Whitney looked in for a few minutes in brown silk with orange fig ures. liLr skirt cad a flounes of plain brown, over which fell a shell plaiting of orante. 1L e bodice had deep revere of ye:llow hifloun embroidered in gold, and the pulffe.d sleeves were of yellow chiffou. 'Iwo bands of brown velvet formed a gardle ifn Sfront and were tied under gold lace rosettes Sat the lelt side. i he most attractive frock on the flour was a simole little shot taffeta in yellow and cream, sprinkled with white dots and lightly brocaded with wild rosebuds. it was made with a half low rounded corsega with spiuk chiffon berths and a pink girdle. The skirt had a pink chiffon ruche at the foot plaited with tufts of narrow pink rib hon. Miss Louise Potter wore a dainty gauze baticte, dotted with gay little blossoms and made no with full sleeves, lase bertha and guipare flounce about the skirt. Tea gowns, dinner dreesel, piazza dresses and an infinite varietyof other toilets could be expatiated on without limit, but perhaps it is enough for us now to say that sprigged white muslin and flower sprinkled organ dies and daintily woven cotton cheviots are the fabrics that fill Newport in August and make it blossom in pink, cream, blue and pale yellow. the last more especially. ELLEN OSBORN. Foster kid gloves, five hook, in all colors and ftted to the hand at the Lee Hive, only $L25. Every pair warranted. -500 Reward! We will pay the above reward for any case ot Liver Complaint, lDyspepsia. Sick headache, In. -igzetion, Constipation or Costiveness we can at core with West'a Vegetable Live- Pills, when the directions are strictly complied with. They are purely vegetabale, and nevr fail to give satis faction, Sugar C ateml. Large boxes 25 cents. Beware of counterfelts and imitations. The uenuine sold by 11. M. Parchen & Co.. Helena JAPANE.SE P PL.:E CURE A new and Complete Treatment, consisting of Snuppositories, Ointlnent, in t aplies. also in Boz and Pills; a Positive Cors for External, In ternal. Blind or Blending. Itching, t;hroic, Re,. cent or lHereditary Piies, and many other dis eases and femsle weakvesoos; it is always a great benelit to the general health. '1 he first discovery of a medical ure rt;ndoritg an operation with the knife atncne-sary nereaftrr. 'bhis .emrdy has norer been known to fail. $1 rer box, 6 for $5; seat by nail. ih euh e str from this terrible disasa;, whn a wriet., guarantee is poeitively gien with 6 boere, to refnl the mosney ii not cured. Send statnn r fo o sam ple. lOarante issed by I II. l'archen & Co.. dreggists, solo agents, Helena. Mont. "i ENRY'S SPECI FI.S." The Renowned Enldisl Remedy. * INFALLIBLY ('IRE FOR e NERVOUS DEBILITY, PREMATURE DECLINE, B.HAIN TROUBLE AND ORGANIC WEAKNESS, No matter fr-m what cause Contains no min srale. Price S$4. Wholesale and retail drggists soupply the des.ond . epesitory for the Uaitrd States and Canada. 13 East 'Thirtieth sotrt a. t ew I erk 'i h. liecitic can be cent by mail sealed on re ceipt of money. OPPENHEIMER & ASCH, IMZPOITED .R vD DOMCESTIO S"·WLMNES., LIQUORS AND CICARS+ WHOLESALE TRADE SOlIGITEB. No. IOI South Main Street. Corner of Wood Street. BOULDER MOT SPRINGS, BOULDER, MONTANA. Music and Dancing Every Night During the Summer ADDRESS G. G. BECKWITH, MANAGER. COLLEGE OF THE SACRED HEART, DEN V ER, COLORADa .--... • -.. -. CONDUCTED BY THE FATHERS OF THE SOCIETY OF JESUS. 'this institution affords every facility for obtaining a thorough CLASSICAL, SCIENTIFIC AND ENGLISH EDUCATION. Situated on a beautiful knell about fifteen minntes ridr by electric line from Denver itreceiver the full bLnefit of the healthful and life-giviug briezes t hat have made Coloradothe sanitarium of Sbe United tat,.e 'The grounds cover an upland trat of tifty aores, and the prespect is one of lakes an i n,arntaine and mcadowe. l'speoial attention is given to the physical developmentof the students. ('ataloguo sent free on application. ARTHUR P. CURTIN'S FURNITURE, CARPET, WALL PAPER AND House Furnishing Gools House. House enlarged to four times former eapacity. Five immense floors extending through the entire block. A stock greater than that of all other Helena bouses combined. Cash purchases and straight carload ship. ments only. t "Orders will receive prompt attentiaon. IHELE NA.. * Melena Lumber eompany AGENTS FOR TRH CELEBRATED GALT COAL "--AI,40 BALERS INF Rough and Unishing Lumber, Shingles, Lath, Doors, Sash and Lumber., telephone 146 City Olees Brem . Thompe.a Blk..h Mailm St.ls Oppealt. GCeat Central LMeao . MANfHOODRESTOREDI"Nerve Seeds,' . d M Nn REIn.ET thNR u ondurf .. l o remedy ".-u-wirumrmum1l, sold with a wrlt ten -euaranotee to curn all nervous dlseas such asY Weak Memory, Io. o Brain PowerA l.edadhe, WakefulneJ.. Loot Ma or ea i en-. hoodn lahtly oEmiiOlCon, QlDuk evs, ivl Dream.l Lack of S .h . Confidence, iervousuer., Lassltlde, all drains annd loss of power of the Generative Orunns InI either sex caused Ily over exe. S-.y on. youtthful errors, Io xrr oeotve sos of tobacco. oplum or sttmu /Iants whlI soon load to loll lollty, ('onoutptlon Ilnd insanlty. Put l . p conenloent to corry ton vcit pokt . p sent by mall in plain packalge toanyaddress forell, or O for 55. (With every a5 order we n[lve wrltten guorantee to core or reflind the money.) BEFORE .W AFlTER USINGO, CIItCULALt FIUtLE. Address iNEIVE ME.E C0.. Cchlcaico, ii For sale in Helena, Montana, by Pope & O'Connor, Druggists, Bailey Block. S-Demlw Ia-. MARBLE GRANITE MONUMENTS * . . . Room * . ^°M"' aCC l. r to*a am" Headstones. HELENA MONTANA. NEW MUSIC HOUSE. Pian.os, Organa, Orguinettes, Guitars, Violins, Accordionsj AND A FULL LINE OF MUSICAL MERCHANDISE. Sole agen. for Steinway & Son.. Bohme Gjabler Bros.. Wepman, Mason Hamlin, llriggj and other firstiants pian.o. W'Low prios and easy term.