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1 Saturday Next " ' fl r Seven Horses. 1Spl All These at the Butte Meetting W'll. se Nsee-The NBatrles for Uxhlbits. The Montana State Fair opens on Satur (a1y next and will continue for seven days. It premise. to exoell any previous meeting in Helena. Very few of the horses that are to take part in the races have reached the grounds, most of them being entered in the Butte races, from which point they will come here. Seeretary Pope, of the Mon tana Stalt Fair, who has just returned rnom Butte, says the meeting there has been thus far a big success. There are large crowds in attendance every day and the betting is heavy. It is estimated that $500,000 will pass through the pool box dur Ing the Butte meeting. The Whitehead )eople are handling the pools at Butte and are giving great satisfaction. Auctioneer MoKillipp has been compelled to return to Ban Francisco and the familiar face of George Booker is now behind the stand and will be bere. The dlreotors of the Montana State Fair have suceeeded in engaging the Butte and Bos ton band, consisting of twenty uniformed men, and the Helena peoole who go to the races will hear some very fine music. The running horses in the Daly stables have al ready been sent to the ranch. With the ex oeption of these all the running horses now at Butte will come to Helena. The same can be said of the trotting horses. All those at Butte will be here with the possible exception of the Daly horses. It has not yet been decided whether the Daly trotters will go any further on the circuit. The programme for the seven days racing at Helena includes seventeen running and eight trotting, and one special race either trotting or pacing. The running races, particularly, are expected to have good fields of starters. The trotting events will depend for the number of starters largely on what the Daly stables decide to do. For the nursery stakes, a trotting race, two in three, for two-year-olds bred and raised in Montana, the following will stay: Montana Kate. Erwin, Sufolk and Primrose. The Juvenile stakes, a trotting race for three year-olds bred and raised in Montana, will have the following starters: Orphan Disk, Bud L. and Hillbury. The derby will, no n..nha bhe a ratty raans. with inst 0ODf. Oe a preeJy race, Wn.u Jues enough starters to enable every body to keep track of all the horses. Al Watts, Rillah, Assiniboine, and White Stockings will start in the Derby. The Pioneer stakes will have for contest ants Miss Nelson, Don Zalos, Spoon, Jessie, Dett and Fannie B, while Nevada, X., Rose Mary, Malcolm, Diavolo and Assmniboine will start in the Last Chance handicap. The attention of horsemen is called to the fact that the entries for the three minute and 2:40 trotting races close Wednesday next. As in the past, the association de sires to acet liberally, and in the event of any of the races not filling, will substitute other races; and horses attending the Hel ena meeting for which there are no suitable classes will have sueach racing opportunities provided for them as time and the public interest will warrant. -.of weights for ages for August, whioh will be in effect at the Helena ting, is as follows: Halt mile-Two ;ars ninety-three pounds, three veers 115 pounds, four years 122 pounds, five and six years and age 122 pounds. tsix furlongs Two years eighty-eight pounds, three years 116 pounds, four years and over 122 pounds. One mile-Two years eighty-one pounds, three years 111 pounds, four years 122 pounds, five years and over 124 pounds. One and one-half miles-Three years 109 pounds, four years 122 pounds, five years 124 pounds, six years and age 125 pounds. In races of intermediate lengths the weights for the shorter distance shall be carried. In races exclusively for three or four-year olds the weight will be 122 pounds, and for two-year-olds 118 pounds. Except in handi caps and races where the weights are fixed absolutely, two-year-old fillies will be al lowed three pounds; mares three years old and upwards five pounds. The call to the post will be precisely five minutes after the saddle bell. After the post call the horses are in the starter's hands, and all bets are pay or play except in case of fraud only. It is expected that the fair proper this year will be away ahead of previous efforts. Floral hall promises the best showing. It will be better filled than ever before, as the applications are cominr in quite numer ously. The poultry exhibit will also be a fine one. Entries for exhibits must be made in all classes at the secretaiy's office in Helena during the week preceding the fair, and at his office on the fair grounds on Saturday, the 13th. Application for entry must be made in writing; this helps to avoid errors and mistakes. It will suf fee if applicants give the number of the premium for which they desire to compete, their name and postoffice address. If they desire to make more than one entry for the same premium they can repeat the numbers as often as required. No entries will be re ceived after Saturday, the 13th, nor will any article or animal coming in after Mon day be eligible to compete for premiums, out flowers and bread alone excepted; these articles must be in their places by Wednes day noon (and noon means 12 m.) All en tries must be made on Saturday, and nut on Monday as formerly. Fancy lunch barkete half price at Winm. Wein stein & Co. Butcher & Bradley do not have to have clear ing sales as their low prices keep them hustliung to get goods to supply tihe demand. Sixty-cent silk gloves reduced to25 coats per pair at P owles' cash tore. batuel K. Davis' Sbpel:irl INvgeTMENT STOcco. 10,000 Iron Mountains. lots r500 and 1,000. This is the most regular monthly dividend payer in the market. 10,000 Comberland. One block at a price that will pay large holders to buy. 10,000 Helena & Victor. A dividend pay ing stock-this block as an investment is a purchase. 10,000 Polaris, Beaverhead county. A safe investment few owners will be divided. 5.000 Bald Butte. One block--a great gold mine and a great purchase. Bald Butte-150, 250. 500 shares; safe. 2,000 Whitlach and McIntyre and Union: 100 and 1,000 lots. The coming gold mine of Montana. I The cheapest free-milling god property n Montana for sale. Rooms 20 and 27, Bailey blook. We have only a few of our little rnn-sho,t wagons left .he price, ir. tO, crel within the reach of all. They are linirhed in cartihm, London smolkeand natural wood colors. ricure one and you will not regret it. Ladies' lace wrapi iare being sacrificed at The Bee Hive. Be sure and see theg,. Change of Time on the (reat Northern. Commencing Monday, Aug. H, the (reat Northern trains will leave Hlelena as fol lows: No. 1-Batte loal, 8:50 a. m. No . 24A-'tlnutie express, (east bound), 10:16 . m. No. 28--Pacfic express, (west bound), 8:65 p. m. B. H. LaNGL~a. General Ticket Agent. 0. O. Rcse & Company. Speelal sale of brass beds at one-third off. Prnlature, ee., in proportion. Goods will be sasrited for a few days until we leave. A MENACE TO SOCIETY. The Central W. 0, T. U. Want It Aboelished at Once. To TI'a INDPuaiNDenT; Not quite four weeks sinee the Central W. C. T. U. sent in a petition to the city council, asking to have the houses of ill fame on Park avenue removed, basing their request an the fact that ladies who drive, have to make that street a thoroughfare;' S That children passinR to and from school have daily to excounter eights and sounds that are con taminating and utterly eapping the founda tion for all manly virtue, by destroying youthful innocence and modesty; 3. t'hat we, as helpless women, ask the protection of the men from this great evil and arch enemy of the happiness of the home. This was read before the council and re ferred to the judiciary committee, who were to have reported in two weeks, but laid it over as our request until the coming Tuesday. What we now want is the support of the press. We appeal to you as conservators of public morals to further our side in your paper. We ask if, when physicians say they treat boys of 12 years for diseases contracted in these houses; if, when little boys tell their little girl friends that they all go there, the time has not come for us and for the fathers to demand, on the ground of self proteo tion, that this evil shall be taken from our midst? ('ommon dteceny, public morals and a higher civilization demand it. If they don't compass it, where will be the men of physical stamina and moral integ rity to govern our municipal affairs and carry us on to permanent and true pros perity when the present generation has passed away? They tell us that the prop elty owners will not listen to such a re moval as they are reaping such profitable revenue from the occupants of these houses, and we have no right to demand and com pel such a sacrifice. 0 money! money! are we always to be grovelling in the sirt and go no higher than money can place us? Can a city be built with money alone? and are the full purses of a few to be a grentor desideratum with us than the moral welfare of an entire city? Trusting you will give us a kind word of encouragement to-morrow, as everybody reads the Sunday paper, we re main, Respectfully yours LADIES OF THTE CENTRAL W. C. T. U. HELENA, Aug. 6, 189:2. Do not overlook the opportunity now offered in fancy trimnied hats at Mise Mitchell's. The best line of hosiery at bargain prices is to be had at ,utcher & Bradley's. 105 liroadway. Go to The Bee Hive for one of their silk unm brellas, only ¢1.50. JOTTINGS ABOUT TOWN. J. H. Bacon has sold lots 12 and 13, block 105, Ming addition, to James Taylor for 1 $1,100. The matter of removing the women of immoral character from Clore street will dome up in the city council on Tuesday. Quite a number of Main street business houses began the work of decorating yes terday for the Sons of Veterans encamp ment. The experts working on the books of the pity treasurer expect to be able to furnish their meport to the city council Tuesday night. Lillie Dale, a Clore street syren, was sent bo the county jail, for sixty days by Judge GBage, yesterday, for robbing a man of bhout $10. Daniel Sully, in a repertoire of plays, will •e the attraction at Ming's during fair week, troducing the Millionaire, Corner Grocery, Daddy Nolan and Tammany Hall. The additions and alterations to the Gixth ward hose house are nearly complete and it is expected that the building will be 'endy for occupancy within a week. The following location notices were filed with the county clerk yesterday: Sultana Peerlass district, by George L. Harvey; inpe.ior, New Monitor gulch, by Jatob } Vagner. 'iJ ne Lewis an6i lare Columbian Expo sition association will meet in regular ses sion Tuesday, Aug. 9, at 3 p. m., at the board of trace rooms. A full attendance is desired. Chick Rodgers, as representative for his brother H:, rr, says that if Kid Rvan wants to make a match with his brother he will cover any forfeit deposited with the sport ing editor of THE INDEPENDENT. When the men employed in paving streets quit work yesterday at six o'clock, the pavement had been laid half way across Sixth avenue. It will be below Sixth ave nue before the Sons of Veterans enoamp ment assembles. Messrs. Kinman and Edwards, who are campaigning in Jefferson county in the in terest of the people's party, find this a bad season to get out a crowd. At a meeting at Clancy Friday the audience consisted of four adults and four boys. At the home of Mrs. Kate Scott. of Jeffer son street, at 12 o'clock noon yesterday, Mr. William Campbell an'd Miss Sarah Simpson were united in marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell left on the afternoon train for Portland, where they will make their home. After to-day the services of the Unitarian society will be discontinued until the first Sunday in September, to give Mr. Croker a short vacation. Th.n a Sunday school will be organized, evening services will be re somed, and the Unity club will continue its meetings. Corporal T. C. Hamilton, Company E, Twentieth infantry, arrived from Fort As sinniboine yesterday with several marks men who will take part in the department rifle contest at Fort Keogh. Corploral Ham ilton will have charge of the scoring sheets and the flguring of the pe:centages of the twenty-one marksmen who are entered for the competition. There have been several instances recent ly of owners of houses within the tire limits having the old shingle roofs taken off with the idea of putting on new shingles. In all ceases where the work of repair would amount to more than one-third theoriginal cost the city ordinance forbids replacing shingle roofs within the fire limits and the building inspl-cto- hab been compelled to stop the impovemrent. Persons orntem plating such chlingoee would do well to con unit the building inspector first. Where the Davis street flume crosses the various avenues there has alwnay been an overflow at eve y helavy rall. 'I his was. caused by the cove ed I.art of th,. floumo n der the streat bed chok,ng up with debria. t eat LCoollatsonel Stubbls has had con etructed. at these points, outo.r enOlllits of stout plank for the old flume, whu girves the w'.ter a tort and a half more ,oom on the sides au d to,. The work is done in such a aunn,' r that if an eHlargeLment of the entlle lurnu is oaver decided on it can be done by salupla continuing the work at the closu:iut,a. ,ý TMndi,i bar.i. line ffered at Mine Mitchell's in triunita t tuI wata ti wee . A few more deoratd ta seo, at' hsi Ble Hive at the v";er. t,,+ proe of .3.;b tilorwar:,"s anid jewelry at cost at Wm. Wein Don't liss Thlis. The Union Pacific system will make an excursion rate of C20t for the round trip, between Helena, Salt Lake and return, Snt orday Aug. 27, 1832. Tickets will be good for side trip to Garfield Beach without ex tra chlarger. Good for return until Sept. G. Itemember the date. For further partic lears call on or address No. 28, North Alair street, ileilne, Mont. I1. (. WmLsor. F. and P. A. Ladle"' ,1ery ribbdd ovetes very cool and com f-riablo to w.amr. only l11:, at The :se Ilivo. 'll,,la(*ot in fur rimminigse just reelived at Fuwlo, easl wlole. lto.tou Fith Market. Fresh dressed spring chickens and hens, fresh mackerel and lobsters, graves, blue berries, pteaches, plums and apples. F'. I'. Mtriru , Co., 13 N. Warren street. Telephosn 57. We have one fifty-horse power steam hoist, one fifteen-horas power return flue tubular Loiler, ,t1n twet, -horen power steel fire box boiler, ol whirlh W will nal-u a very interesting tiglrn to thllse il noel oIf .ni articl e. tOur st,c0k of wirer !ostRiag rope, horse whims, (Geo F. Blake, min ma puamps, is complete; also cheap for cash. PER4SONAL. A Sheriff Houston, of Missoula oouaty, was in the city yesterday. S Richard Lockey went to St. Paul yeete it day'via the Union Pacieic. H, M. Hill, the Clany merehant, was a Svisitor in Helena yesterday. Mrs. C. I. Newbury arrived home Friday I from a month's visit with her pareats and it sisters in Seattle. n Angus A. MacDonald, the popular west o aide mining man and owner of the new Phlllipsbur opera houe, is a visitor in Helena. Leon Chase, of Muskegan, Mich., one of a the wealthiest piano manufacturers in the a world, is in the olty, the guest of O. W. i Jackson. Dr. H. O. Morrison, of Atlanta, Ga. mis - aionary secretary of the Methodist Episoo e pal church south, is a visitor in eleana, the t guest of A. G. Clarke, Sr. SMiss Nora Yeager, of St. Joseph, Mo., ar rived in Helena on Friday and will remain in Montana for some weeks, the guest of Miss Dora Wright, of Hilledale avenue. Among the departures over the Union Pacific yesterday to attend the Denver con clave wore T. C. Clewell, J. P. Porter, F. D. Jones, E. C. Day, M. M. Holier, Chas. G. Stubbe. Col. A. M. Woolfolk, now a leading Chi cago attorney, and once the owner and editor of TnaT IIranesNDNT, arrived in Rel ena yesterday. The eolonel is still a prop erty owner in Helena. This is his first visit in several years. Mrs. J. E. O'Connor, Mr. and Mrs. John Ooff and Byron Goff, for Pittsburg. Pa., Chas. G Bunton and wife and Mrs. F. E. Ward for Chicago, H. Horsington for St. Paul, Jas. Winscott for Cedar Rapids, and A. G. Bookwalter for Minneapolis, Iowa, were among the .departures yesterday via the Northern Pacific. Arrivals at The Helena. W C Drescher. St Louis H Lippman, St Louis A J Webster, Superlor T J Hlowe, Milwaukee W L Mason. New \urk Mirs F E Saokett, Msle W J Footner, St Paul souls W A Naylor. St tPaul C Day, Livingston F Mutlech, Chicago C F Gioddard. New York L I. Chase, Musaegon N F Morrill, Chicago ii J Miller. Chicago Mrs Feank Shephard, JJ tKelley. 7' seomn Chicago i Iteeohent. ian Fran- Mrs Anna Sherwood, isco Chicago F I ( hite, Denver H N Lloyd, San Fran W G Conrad and famr- oisco ih, Helena G H Hoynton, St Paul Hate IB Hardy. Duluth I ouiso Mitchell, Duluth 11 M Hill. ( lancy Chas P Johnston, St It ( Branch, Wickes Paul J B Hodson, Marysville 1) C Ualey, Minneapo J ., Felger, ran Fran- lie cisco llal ph F I.ozier,Carroll Mrs Ialph F Lozier, ton. Mo Carrollton, Mo A Eisenbaoh, San Fran W 1I Reed. ( leveland ci'co I11 i Richards, (ostou RW Lodge, Boston G A Pactard, Boston (' W Goodall, Butte J MoMurray, Butte W W Currin. Gr't Falls Arrivals at the Grand Central. Miss J Marehallee, El- FT' MConnor, St Loue liston Ld Johndrew Black John luthout. St Paul foot (eo W t)ker, Missoula A W Hufacker, St Panul HWiu Long, Stilwater. Geuo ravis, Blimini Minn F S Willie. Chicago A K Kimmersley, Avon It H Potting, Marye I) W Binger, South St villa. Paul C IB Naughn, Deer H Mi Hill. Clansy Lodge B F Smith. Helena W It Waggener, Featno F It Itneell. St Louis Mo Mrs Tliomas, Prickly Miss A Thomas, Prickly Fear Valley. Fear Valley Miss 'Ihomase. Prickly W Matheson. Helena Fear Valley J J Niekey, Butts W 11 Houston, Missoula W Houston, Jr, Mis J 11 Mc Dougal. Marys- sonlm villa W II Murray, Empire L N Wood, Helena ' W $isher, Basin , W Lewis, " Paul Lambert, Jeffer W H Smith. Jefferson eon Ilrs W H Smith, Jeffer- J Smith. Jefferson son Wm MaKadrin, Jeffer E W Beattie. Hlelena son Wm Shoon, Butte Chas Farrell, Butte A Mctiregor, " J Hrennan, Minneapo J Hanert, Minnespolis lis SH huaU, Unionville D McDonald, Bear C Greeley, Bear 'T'own Town Sam Cohen. Seattle Mrs Sam Cohen and J ullssell. Helmouth family G I Mdilburn, Miles G F iehert.East Helena City P Batigan, Missoula J MIhunsion. Missoula P Frielich. Hi Sullivon. Dillon M Johnson, Butte Mrs Johnson, Butte The New Mearchants. Operated by the Merchants Hotel com rany, now begs to announce that its rooms are open for the receptionof guests. Rooms will be offered to transcient guests at $1.25 per day (parlor floor), $1 per day (third floor), 75 cents per day (fourth floor). Ex tra for more than one occupant. All mod ern improvement, steam heat, electrie light, return electric bell seall system, and sunshine in every guest chamber. Brussels and velvet carpets used exclusively through out the house. Office, elegant bar and billiard room, cigar stand and palatial bar ber shop on first floor. DININOROOM RE-OPENED. The diningroom in this hotel has been leased to and is now operated separately by the Misses Nagle, who are prepared to fur nish board. Meals 50 cents. Board $7 per week. Tickets, twenty-one meals, $8. Butcher & Bradley turn their backs to no one in low prices, they lead all the time. The largest lin- of 25-cent neckwear in the city. Win. Weinstein & Co. Great values in summer underwear at Fowles' cash store. Do You Make Your Own Dresses? Do you care to save the trouble and ex pense of dressmaking? Of course you do, when you have the opportunity to secure desirable and fashionable dresses, tea gowns and wrappers at less than the actual cost of the materials. Such inducements are seldom offered, but this week Sands Bios.' offer their entire collection of ladies' dresses, wrappers, tea gowns and traveling dusters at prices that do not cover the cost of the materials, exclusive of the cost of making. The assortment consists of cal ico, gingham, and challie wrappers, satine and challio dresses and tea gowns, flannel and henrietta dresses in colors and black and a large variety of ladies' traveling dus ters at prices low enough to tempt the most economical bargain seekers. You can buy calico wrappers at 95 cents, good styles and well made, reduced from $1.50. You can buy two-piece gingham dresses at $1.2), r,' duced from $2.25. patine dresses at $3, reducnl foom $7. Outing flannel dresses at $2.25, reduced from $4. All-wool grey flautinl dresses at $4 each, reduced front l2.5it--315 and 3: only. All-wool ladies' cloth dresses at $6, reduced from $15, and $10;.54 flannel dressee reduced to $7 each. You can get fine imported urlllie tea gowns at $4.75, reduced from $4R. Very fine challie tea gowns at $f;6.U, reduced from $12.'r). and elegant ilopo, tad tea gowns at $12. reduced from $20). You can buv hand some English traveling dusters at $5, $5.50 and $7.60, reduced from $ltland $12.56, and ladies and mi ssee Jesey waists at 25oc., 750., 4l1 and $1.5 . or Is-s than half former Iprices. Also all ladias and misses jackets Ieduced to less than the cost of the ma SteIrpl. Sands Bros.' annual midsummer cld ting sale is continued this week in all departments and exceptional and atti active bargains a:e offered in dress goods, silks, wash goods, parasols, underwear, bed Sspreads, lace curtains. etc. Don't neglect the opportmnity to obtain the greatest bar gains of the season at Sands Bros. this week. CMre. L.amnberton will give private lemsons In lannriug duritng tile smmnlner. Inquire -l luindelpendenmmt ttlllrie duri.g afternoons. Iegal blanks at thls oft',s New veilings. rachian asd ribbrns at Tihe Bee Hivu at b.tl ro .k prirr,.. A Keeley Ittepreseatative Here. A representative of the Heeley institute, who is spending a few days in Helena, would be pleased to answer all inquiries re garding the cures for the liquor, opium or tobacco habits. A Private interview may be arranged by addressing him as below. All c,,nomunications treated as strictly con hlidential. Address "lieeley Cure," care 'ndependent aofice. P'g ,lrivC i}a u I ri, ndmrw-ar, ali'i-i Io-e and fiJrai,,hisg g,,od, of all kin Is at 'l . l,.ire i livs. sans, fans of all descriptions at Fowleo' cash store, I O. . ltice & Company. ] Special sale of brass beds at one-third oif. Furniture, etc., in propoltion. Goods will be sacrified for a few days until we leave. VIsa IýNG OLIsRGYMAN. A Reesption to Ashbsishop Mordtn aud Bishop eaiel®S this Rventag. Arohbishbop RUetdan, of 8an Irancasoo, and Sltlhop Scanlon, of Salt LtAke. have just etarned frlma pleasant tour of the National pathk ad atethe guests of Blasop Brondel. Each of thee dignitaries will delivrer enrm s at the Cathedral to-day. After veepser this evening the Catholic peo Sple of Helea will hold a reoeption at 8t. Aloyidue ball in their hbnor, to which all are invited. It will be an informal affair,. as the bishops depart on Monday and there is not time to pirePMr for 'an elaborate re. caption such as Helnas Catholics would like togivetheir diMtingaighed gadta. A pleasing programme has been arranged, including an addres of welcome bo y ion.'.'. J, Walsh. of Helena. responses by Arohblshop Rior dan and Bishop Boelaon, musie by Peter man's orchestra andother features. There will doubtless be i large attendance of acti sene. Non-Oatholics as well as members of the church are generally invited. Chamoise gloves reduced to 75 cents per pair at Fowle' ash strore. Remember that The lee Hive is the leader of low prices and that they brook no competition. HE COOLS YOU OFF. The Motor Waltime Rooms the Place to Counteract the Heat. arnm Hers ie doing a rushing bueiness these warm days at the motor office on Sixth avenue. Parched palates are coeled by Sam's delicious ice cream, soda and mineral water and luscious fruit. The waiting rooms have comfortable seats and the sun gets no chance to penetrate into the place. The air is kept cool and it is a lux ury to drop in for a few minutes' rest and a dish of cream or a drink of soda, mingled with pure fruit flavoring. Everything is the best and the service cannot be excelled. The largest line of 25-rent neckwear in the city. Win. Weinstein & (C.o. New books by the beat authors at popular prices st The Bee live. Lost or Strayed. I am very anxious to learn the where abouts or address of my son, W. J. Wood. He may be working for a ranchman or a contractor. Anyone knowine where he may be found will relieve an anxious mother by addressing Mis. C. C. PRTESr, Seattle, Wash. For Sale Cheap. Musical instruments of all descriptions at the residence of Prof. Peterman, 14 bouth Rodney street. Violins from $2 up. VALISES, B.&G-S, G3RIP_. GENUINE ALLIGATOR. IMPORTED GOODS. We are showing the finest stock of Valises, Traveling Bags, Straps, etc., in the city. Broadwater Bath Suits For Men and Women. BABCOCK'S. The oldest fruit and Pro- Estblished duc ouse in Montana. Establihed 188 LINDSAY & CO. -DEALERS IN FRUIT AND PRODUCE. RELENA5. MONTANA. California Fruits, Watermelons, and all kinds of Produce recelved In car lots. Dealers throughoat Montana placing their standing orders for fruit with us can rely on getting the finest fruit obtainable, at the lowest market price. ARTHUR G. LOMBAID, CIVIL* ENGINEERB No. 43 Montana National Bank Building, Helena, Mont. U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. RESERVOIRS, "CANALS AND IRRIGATION WORKS A SPECIALTY. RUNNING RISKS IN SHOES. It is easy to guard aainast doing anything of the kind--risks weren'L made to wear. A shoe that you like is worth all you pay for it. every time; the shoe that you don't is a good thing to get rid of r ;u pidly. You won't be anxious to get rid of our $5.00 shoe; it holds its :hulpe too well for that. There's nothing experimental about it. We are saying handsome things about it because it is a handsome shoe, and one more sentence completes the story, a cheaper shoe you'll never wear alter trying it. 0 LARKE& FRANK. MONTANA SHOE CO. e+ .CONTIN UATION 0+ SBANDS BROS.' ANNUAL GLEARING SALE. To close out this week our entire stock of Ladies' Dresses, Wrappers, Tea Gowns and Shirt Waists, we offer the entire colleltion at less than half actual value. , The following partial list indicates the extraordinary reductions ruling: Ladies' Dresses. Ladies' Wrappers. AT $3 Each. Satins Dresses reduced from AT 950 Each. Print Wrappers reduced fro AT A4 Each. Grey Flannel Dresses reduced AT $125 Each. Gingham Wrappers reduoed from $12.50, sizes 36, 40 and 42 only. A from $2.25. AT 6 Each. Ladies' Cloth Dresses reduced AT X175 Each. Gingham Wrappers reduce from $15. Sizes 36, 38 and 40 only. 1 from $3. T Each. Colored Cashmere Dresses re- AT 225 Each. Outing Cloth Wrappers re duced from $12.50. Sizes 36, 38 only T duced from $4. AT $7 Each. Black Cashmere Dresses, reduced AT $1 20 Each. Two-piece Print and Ging from $15. Sizes 36 and 38 only. A ham Dresses, Basque and Skirt, reduced from $1.75. AT $10 Each. Black Cashmere Dresses re- AT $2.00 Each. Two-piece Print and Ging duced from $22.50. Sizes 36, 38 and 'ham Dresses, Basque and Skirt, 40 only. reduced from $3. Ladies' Tea Gowns. Ladies' Traveling Dusters. AT $5 00 Each. Ladies' Mohair Traveling AT .French Challie Tea Gowns Dusters reduced from $9. AT $4,75 Reduced from $8.A00 $75 AT $7.5 Each. Ladies' Mohair Traveling , Dusters, reduced from $12.50. AT 6. 90 Fine French Challie T a Gowns Reduced rom $12.50 MISSES' IMPORTED WOOL DRESSES at exactly half price, sizes 12, 14 and 16. AT 812 Imported Challie Tea Gowns Ladies' and Misses' Jackets, Jerseys and Shirt Reduced from $22.50 Waists at just half price. NOTE-The values now offering in the goods mentioned above have never been approached in Montana. Annual Midsummer Glearing Sale Gontinued in All Departments * * * * INSPECTIOT. IT'TITED. * * " * SANDS BCROTHE RS, Anglers' Outfits. You are not in it if you purchase your Fly Hooks, Rodn, Reel, Line, Creel Fly Book, Leader Box or Waders before you come in and inspect my stook, which you will find not only the largest, but the best selected in all the details of a first-class stock of goods, in the city. Prices are right, and according to the quality. There is no misrepresentation as to quality. All kinds of rod mountings in stock. Bicycle Sundries, Guns, Revolvers, Ammunition, and general stook of Sporting Goods. M. H. Bryan, Gun Store, 103 BROADWAY. HELENA. Auction Sale @eeOFo@@ MILCH COWS, On Saturday, Aug. 13, 1892, I will sell at public auction, at Payne's Corral, Park Ave., Helena, Mont., about: 30 head of Cows. These cows will be on exhibition at this corral from Thursday morning, Aug. 11. Parties desiring good family milch cows will have an opportunity of purchasing at low figures, as sale will be without re serve. Sale will commence at 10 o'clock a. m., and continue until all stock is sold. Terms, Cash. GEORGE BOOKER, Auctioneer. CHOOL DISTRICTS contemplating Issuing Bonds or building School Houses, will find it to their interest to correspond with me. I have purchased more School Bonds in Montana dur ing the past year than all other bond houses combined. Am pre pared to advance money for the erection of School Houses in ad. vance of the issue of bonds. Will purchase all classes of Bonds, State, County and City War. wants. Correspondence solicited. H. B. PALMER, 10 Edwards St., Helena, Mont. ERASTUS WIMAN, President. W. O. Ross, Sec. and Treas. Mechanical Gold Extraetor Co. CONTROL THE ORAWFORD MILL Craiforl 1111 THE GREAT FINE GRINDER. The latest and best smill for extracting Gold from Milling Ores. Requires g the water, / the power, and costs less than stamp batteries, and less to operate, and will save from 20 to 40 per cent. more gold. A com plete working plant now running at the United States Sam pling Works, and on exhibition to the mining public. No one Interested in Gold Mining should fail to call and In spect this Mill. Represented by LINGHAM & EILBEGII, Sole Agents for Montana. iHelena Hotel. Helena, Montana C. T. Morrell, Practical Gunsmith, 17 N. Main Street, llcns, Monta. Whelesale and Re~ al Dealer in Cane, Flahing Tackle, Ammunition, lporUtag Goods. Tents, stoat.l Oars, Camping Outlhts, lacycles, Eta. ouns Rllade to order nod repaired i also Trunks, Parasols, Umabrellas. Et. Et.y Iitlags and lae Week e Ipeelalty. Sams, Toets asad lshlalng Tkle ter ream.