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ISHIONS IN FALL BHA.TS
nglish Styles In Silk Tiles Give the Bell-Shaped the GoQBy. But the American Oholoe Is the Bell Crown and Full Roll Brim. en of Fashion Are Departing From the Patent boe--Ualque Pattern of n Shoemaker. [Written for Tea IltLaUA TnnEPINurNP.1 HREBE RE 'MEN OF IASHION whose fad is the very swellest things In pajamas, some who have a soktie roek that would eut to blush the irideseenoe of an aurora borealis, many who have a truak fall of trousere, more who dote on every conceivable style in skirts, bat all bow to the latest style in There the masters of fade meet on one leveL They must have the English er the Amerlean styles as sees as they some out. I had oeeasion to visit the leading Amer lean hatter the day of his fall openiag, and on the very day his English styles arrived, and I noticed, with eurprise, the marsh of the army of Amerilea swells. The local politician was there for his Ameriean silk hat; the business man was in line for the latest in the derby, the soft felt hat and the milk, and the man of fashion, he who bows at the shrinae of every season's styles, was there to seleet the very latest in the English make. This make is, after all, the fad of the man who would be an "out-and-outer" in the fashionablb world. Nor are they well pleased with the new fall styles that have just come In from abroad. They are too conservative by far. The bell-shape is de parted from more than ever, and one or two of the styles look for all the wprld like the straightaway tile the Irishman wears in the play. The brim is full roll, as in the spring style. In the derby the round crown is unohangad and the colors remain abso lately the same. If anything the brim is narrower. I then took a glance at the latest Ameri ean styles, and found but little ohanue. The bell-shaped silk is still the vogue, and in the derby there is not the slightest change in either the share or orown or in its height. I here is some slight conces sion to the English styles in the full oill FALL RTYLER IN HATS. ,rim of the high hat., but beyond that the American silk is sni generis. In soft felt hats the styles at home and abroad remain unehanged. Among the men I met there was Congress. a-an Warner, of New York, and his friends will probably fail to recognize him id his latest style. That tall, white hat, with its creamy, silky texture, and the nap of which always looks as though it were brushed the wrong way, has been exchanged for a black silk. I do not know what Congressmen Warner's constituents will say, but I feel like predicting that some of them will ask him where he got it, and, possibly to "shoot it." But I was attracted a moment later to where De Lancey Nicoll was giving his or der for the English styles. 'he district at torney always shines in the latest from across the deep blue, and I was surprised to see him order a airw style hat case. "It is the most convenient thing I have ever peen," said he. "Why, it will hold twelve hats." And the fashionable district attorney is right. There is no question but what it will this season supersede all een trivances of the hind. The case is made to hold six or twelve hats, has a detaohable cover, and is designed to tit into a trunk. from which it can be removed without dis urbing the hats. The hats awe packed so earefully that they cannot be injured in any dearee in transit. The invention is cer tainly the most thoroughly practical thing of its kind I have ever seen. Incidentally I took a look at the new gloves for the fall. The tan shades, I am told, will be leaderd. The inclination, how ever, is toward dat k colors, and it is safe to predict that the bright, loud t me will not be accorded a flattering reception. There is no change in full-dress gloves. A new idea in seat dugs for fall is a square of silk called in London a "long shawl." 'hese are intended for four-in-hands or Asoots, or they may be worn as mufflers. I notice, too, that the fall scarfs are again made up in Enamchandas, twills, armores and silks. 1 had devoted so much time to getting at the proper thing in head and incidentally in neck wear, that I determined to round up my information by acquiring something concerning the fall styles in shoes. "Pat ents" ale, of course, in style as much as ever, but as yet the guarantee that they won't "crank" is missing. taid a fashionafble .oaler in footwear to me: " notice that since the'patents' have come into such gen eral use the ultra lnan-of-fashion has shown a tendency to avoid the'extreme polish' style LATaST IN iHOES AND BLII'PIERS. end is looking to dat ability even at the saa rifice of the mirror-like glisten. Alligaton Balmorals will be much worn this fall. They last through a season withot much wear. But the fad this fall will be in the oork sole protector which makes goloshes unneoes gary. The nicest shoe a man can wen', however, is thin leather, say a good calf skin. with a medium beveled sole, and laced plain. Buttoned shoes are entirely out of style, and the Blucher shoe is re garded by many as "just the thing." In slippers the Venetian and Verona shapes are "the go." They are all leather in light shades, and sub on and of easily and bold well when on the foot. In the fash. ionable shoe the toe is no longer pointed and the heel so broad. The shoe may he worn tipred or net, as may strike the fancy, but of course the tip is the more fashionable. I was told that a Fifth ave eque shoemaker, who has the lasts of the best set in the fashionable world, has intro dueed a new style of shoe for his patrons which will be exolnaive, Indeed.. It is the very opposite. I am told, of the ladles' high heel, the heel really being broader at its base than at the top. '1 hen, toe, he has modifled the general coatear of the toe, making it broader than ever. The shoe laees high, ve - hiLh indeed. In riding attits, I am 1 V' iLt styles remain abso intely without *, a to footwear. The lis llyn, w rL ,iha,'e out their entire s·oek of latps at two-tidrds value. A r,'durtl,o of a.8 per cont will he iisen on very lami inu tihe homes, s we are determ line to drour the line. Ceommerlat w wrk with dispatch at the l'depeaeant Job Kaoem min 5 GREAT TRANSCONTINENTAL ROUT, P! trou WIJCein, Minneota, North Da. son and chtngtoa. THE DINING CAR LINE. ]]pining O ., Ian r h .1et . o, .i as), Vettlstad 4ou d elen, - te. PULLMAl SLEEPIHG CL ROUTE Psllman service daily between Chloago. t. ,au Mo taess al¶ th. Paotlio Northweetl and en w t. Paal inpol and Einaaeoti North so nd Manitoeb pointe. THE ,POPULAR LINE. Dali1 Expee.m Trains carry eleagnt Pnllmau Ilsd C arL Dising Cars. Day Ctachee, plL man Tnsri.tnelton* and Free Colonist 81eep YELLOWSTONE PARK ROUTE, The Northern Peotie railroad is the rail line te Yellowetote Park the popular line to Cailiornaf and Alaska; and ite trains pas through the grandest seemory of seven states. THROUGH TICKETS Are sold at all ooupon office of tLhe Northern amio tatiroad te point. Ne'th, Lect, fontL and Weet, inthe Uatnted Stateo and Ceada. TIME IcEDVWLa. Toa sest en and after Sandeg, Aunust t. lu AAarnv A.T IWn5EA. L a, lb gU wtot boana ........ 1.00 No. 4odo 561. eat hn ........eln p. . pa No.. 5. uttr iasoene, hitsussla end Bntte epres ... .............. ...... 6:45o p. Na e, ass v.d l ., ......e ..S. :pul m neaeday and Fridal .................... .00 p. n iTkAt D.PAT 1tE LN.dA . Na 1, Ymeral Mail west bor nd....... E, at No, hut.oi.. eonLaNA, O :T:':lee No. 5, Butte, Mimoulaaeu (r dC h..e . ex rese ..c.... .. ............ 7:40 a. im No. i, Mevlle paMenger ............. I: o . 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Direetersn . T. HAUBER ...................Pr.eident N. W. KNIGHT......................... Cashier F. H. KLEINtSCIMIDT...... Aseltant Cashier BEO. H. HILL........ econd .sistant Cashier Branvllie Stuart....... ......... Stokrewer Hlon, T. C. Power............U. . enatr . C.Curtin.. .......Clarke, Conrad I Cntin Io. R. Allen ........ Miaiag and Stoktgrowec 'ue. it. Wells ...... rehat L M, ilter ........ A,. a.Hlter Harwar (Co. Assealated alatke Northwestern National Bank.........Great lls first National Rank............... Missols First atiounal Bask..................... Bate erchants National BANK, ON HELENA, MONT. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Paid in Capital, $350,000. Surplus and Profits, $90,000. L. . HERSEJIELD............Preldeat A. J. DAVID NON ........... Vice-President AARON EkIHIMIELD................ .ashier Board of Dlreeters: Tbomas Crw, M. Sands, B. s. Huntlty. A. K. Prescott, A. J. UDavidson. Meee Morris, L. I. Hershfleld, Aron Marshfleld, J. Switzer. First-elss City, County and State Seounrties bought and sold. Exchanoge iuaed on the principal oities.of the United States and Europe. Transfers of money made by telegraph. lnateret allowed on time deposits. ColletliOns promptly attended to. Doe. for rent at reasonable price. in'one of the best construotoed fire and burglar proof eae deposit vaults in the country. ontana National BANE, OF HELENA, MONT. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Capital Paid in, $500,000. Surplus and Profits, $200,000. Direeters C. A. BROADWATER............Preeldeal . G. PHELPS ................... Vie-President L, McUULLOH.......................Cashis L. Smith.......... .....Assistant Cashies A. G. Clarke, Herman Gans I. F. Galen, Peter Larson. C. W. Cannon, I C. Wallae D. A. Cory. Second National EANK, OF HELENA, MONT. PAID UP CAPITAL, $75,000. BURPLUS AND PROFITS, $25,000 A General Banking Business Transacted. D. AEdgerto- n...................... Preildent V.L COLE ..........................Vio.Preien. EOR(I B. CRILD ..................Cashier IOSEPH N. KENCK.......... Assistant Cshier Board of Direeters: J. B. Sanford. 0. (. Evans, H. W. Child, S. J. Jones. LA. N. Spratt Chris Kensk, B. D. kdgerton, C. K. Cole. Geore IB. Child. No. 4400. J elena National BANK. OF HELENA, MONT. CAPITAL, $500,000. Transacts a General Banking Busi ness. JOHN T. MURPHY ..................President MH IRLEY C. ASHBY............Vice-President FRANK BAIRD.......................... Cashier Interest allowed on time deposits. Exehange issued on foreign countries. Transfer of money by telegraph. First-clase city, county and state securities bought and sold. tollections promptly attended to. Board of Directors, John T. Murphy. Shirley C. Ashby, P. W. McAdow, Frank Baird, Chas. K. Wells, JT. P. Woolman, F. G. Maclay, W. E. Cullen, Jno. S. Mendenhall, Abner B. Clements R. R . . ord. A. A. MoDonald, J. P. Porten he Thorras Gruse BAVINGS BANK. OF HELENA. Incorporated Under the Laws ol Montana. PAID IN CAPITAL, $100,000. THOMAS CRUSE.....................Presidenl IlANK H. CRUBE..............Vice-Presidenl WM. J. COOKE....... Ast Treas. and Secreltar WM. J. SWEENMY..................Tresures Trustees Thomas Crue, Frank H. Cross, Wm. J. Cooku. WIn. J. Sweeney, John Fagan. Allows 4 per cent. interest on Savingss Deposits fom u..n.ded January and J,,l,. Tranestea geneal bhnainl buslnes, Draw-s exchange on the prtnoipal eities of the United States and Eurole. )sals in county and city bonds, and makes loans on real estate mortgages. Ofce hour. from 10 a. m. to 4 p. inm. Also on Saturday and Monday aveninls from 7 to S oo'klo'. -THI-- merican National S BANK. OF HELENA. CAPITAL, $200,000. 1'. V. POWER.... .......... ...Preident A. J, BELJ.M&N...............Vie¥-Proaldeut A C. JOINSON............... ..... Cashier iiEO. F. COPE................Assistant Cashier ilrectore : AC. Jhnona. Rio ard Lokey, Jame. Bullivee. Interest allowed on time depoelts. Exchange isuted on principal oitios of the United State., tauLada and luru . lTratufere of mone t made b Itelegraph. C:olletlons prom tl$ attended to. Utt, county and itateee onritie boubtad eeld. ilhlIrOLDKHl titM h I*. l'ISt NOT 'I'tI'h It L herebyar [ Vro itha the amnual meeting of thte tuockhboldere of the Indeolndeut tnublithiug company will bt hold at the utilee of the cotm timy. tNo 1. Broalway. Ittlea. Mont., ot idluday, th.l9thl day of i.Leptember. iteWJ, oMt menchinp at four o'clock 1). m.., fr Ith pulrpOse of elecltin truetoee, and for the traUsaotion ot elob other buselaeas u It LYetteeetead. A. W. LYMAN, PrreidoAt. Attest. I S ASA KA lt ILLtitit. Secretary. Helena. Sept. ii. t99i. - -·-~---r- ~ ------- - TO 'HO j__ I-XE PIRt. BOYS AND GIRLS: We will give to tbh boy or girl obtaining the largest number of subscribers to THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT, between now and the 1st of January, 1893, a first-class railroad ticket from I elena to Chicago and return, a ticket of admission to the Fair, and free board at a first-olass hotel during the stay in Chicago. There are no condi tions attaohed to the offer except that with every name sent in the sum of $2 shall be remitted in advance for a year's subsorip tion. Names may be sent in one at a time as they are secured. They must be-aocom panied with the statement on the part of the sender that he or she desires to enter THE INDEPENDENT'S World's Fair contest. it SHERIFF'S BALE--). BOLLES & CO., plaintiffs, vs. J. W. Howell and Lizzie Howell, defendants. Under and by virtue of an order of sale and deeree of foreelosure and sale issued out of the distriot court of the Firt judicial district of the sates of Montana, in and for the eounty of Lewis end Clarke, on the 9th day of September. A. D., 189t, in the above entitled oaction, wherein M. Bolles & Co., the above named plaintifs, obtained a judgment and decree of foreclosure and sale against J. W. Howell and Lizzie How ell, defendants, on the 9th day of Septem ber. A. D., 1892, for the sam of $1,974.75, beosaes interest. oests and attorney fees, wtloh said decree was on the 9th day of September, A. D., 1892, recorded in Judg ment book No. "H," of said eourt, at page -. I am onmmanded to sell all those cer tain lots, pisees or parcels of land, aitnate, lying and being in the county of Lewis and Clarke, state of Montana, and bounded and described as follows, to-wit: BeginninR at a point in the west side of Park street, ifty (50) feet north of the southeast sorner of block numbered forty five (45) of the Grand Avenue addition to the city of Helena, ranning thence north along the west side of Park street forty-live (45) feet to a point. themes west ninety eight and two-thirds (98%) feet to a point in the line between lote numbered two (2) and three (8) in said block forty-fie (45), thence south along the line between said lots two (2) and three (3), forty-five (45) feet to a point, thence east ninety-eiht and two-thirds (98%) feet to the place of be ginning; all in the city of HIlena, county and state aforesaid; said lot, piece or parcel of land consisting of portions of lots num bored one (1) and two (2), in block forty five (45) of the said addition, acoerding to and as described upon the official plat of the said addition, which plat Is now on fle, in the manner provided by law, in the ofMce of the esunty recorder of the said scounty of Lewis and Clarke. Together with all and singular the tene mentsi heredltaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise apper taining. Pteblle notice is hereby given that on Sat urday, the 1st day of Ootober, A. D., 1898, at 12 o'elock m., of that day at the front door of the sourt house, Helena, Lewis and Clarke county, Montana, I will, in obedi ense to said order of sale and decree of foreelesare and sale, sell the above de scribed yropcrty, or so mune thereof, as may be neeaary to satisfy said judgment, with Intereot and costs, to the highest and best bidder, Jor ocbh in hand. Given under myv hand this 10th day of September, A, D., 1892. CHARLES M. JEFFERIS, Sheriff. By BAILPe G. JonreoN, Deputy Sherlff. SHERIF?'B SALE--M. IHOLLES & ('0. plalntilf, vs. Eliahbeth Bosen, administretra of the estate of Henry Heen. deoeased. Ilisaheth Hoon and Wallace A& 'lhornburlh,. defendant.. Under end by virtue of an order of sale aln decree of forelonro anid eals te sueu out of the distrioct ourt of tis int judioial district of the stateo of Moiana, in and for the county of Lewis and (;ls, an the lset. day of August, A. D. i in the aboe centitled acrtion, wherein N. e 'CO. the shabove sed plaintiffs, obtained a Jdment sld dolo roe of forecloeuro ald eel againet yllulaeth Hkeon, admi.stratrlz of thb estate of eury ltoon, deceasued. tllsabeth licy sad Wallace &Thornbnrgh, defendants. on the th da of Aug.sot. A. D. 189,. for the sum if 5.le7t.60 besides Ilterest, oote and eltovUe fee, which said dterae was e; th 6thi day of Azmia A. DI). 15, raoordeA In J -dl reit hbook Not.; f said count at pglle- - 1 am eiesmnded ia sel l1 tha oeortain lot, pleas or pareel of ladL stitua.e.iit aaid be fng in ue ooustr of Lewle .d t'larits state of Montana, sod ounded sal descrlib ase llows l[ot . unmbr ie 15. . In bloek numeer sixlty two .tl) e ]elenatoeWlmte, hI the county oc t eols and (lark stlate of atana asdec. bed on the odoil iat of said Ieleua twntlle i the uss of the eloty tsitec and recorder of said otunty. Tgther wit ll and sat ler the teeseaotes hredihtaete and appurte lan.ce tl me btlts itter n or in at. wlsappertalelug. Puh. alia i l ' gibe ven that oa 'l'hcercday, the td dar of eptw er. A. . tl. a it e1 o'cler tose that dy at l.e frci Mt dcor if ich .cltrt lhoac Hleloen. Lewi. andi Clarke cua.y. MoIctaia. i will. In obedience to said order atof .ai,, andr(eres of toreolounre and ale. eill the aboveidcirlbec proLert, or se miqth titere. a icay It necessary to atilr ld Jsudnente, with interest and t, to the hlhest and ht bidder for oaih Given uer my hand thid alt day of August, at L CHAS. il. JEFFZIIIS. Sherif, or HAIue , J.u.son, Depoty therit CARL GAIL, President. E. BUMILLER, Vice-President and Treasurer. H. UNZICKER, General Manager and Secretary. M. UNZICKER, Western Representative. GHIGAIO IRON WORKS, " * • a BUILDERS OF " S " " Gold Mills, Wet and Dry Crushing Silver Mills, Smelt. CuiSlrising, Concentrating, Leach ing, Chlorinating, Hoisting SANDE and Pumping Pla'its of any liss Engines, Compound En. 1 1 gines, Boilers, Cars, Cages, Skips, Ore and Water Buck 1 ets, Wheels and Axles and 1 all kinds of Mine Supplies. e " Exclusive Eastern Manufaeturers and Agents for o a J. M. Bryau's Roller Quartz Mill and liendy's mproved Triumph Concentrator Western OMee. General Omfo and Works, NO. 4 LOWER MAIN STREET, CLYBOURN AV. AND WILLOW ST. Helena. Montana. Chicago, Illinols. SWEJND CAI..LSONI FOR HHERItI'B BSALP-- HENRY CANNON. f laintlI, vs. N illiat J. hooneu, alse knownl as nd crlled James W. Ieman, ('batherineNoonanu. Isoam treuhood audl Veriiaaid luhm,. partners doing and tranlacting buusiness under the Arm PIame and style of tireenhood, Itohlni & Co.; the llonnoell& !ti' Investment oampnay, aa rortor ation. Ma Kehn and 'Alliaim Mlith. defendants. Under adby virtue of an order of sale td decree oi foreoline and sal lsued out of tlhe district coort of the First judihial diitrict of the stat of Montanar. in and for the count. of L.wle and Ulaiko. on the iii deay of Autnal, A. U. 180. an tae above entitled action, wereln henry Calnon, thle auoVa natuedl ialinllt, obtained a jndgnet sod doors of f eel. ure and sale against Wllliam J. Noona also known as and talled Janmes W. Nqnn. Catherine Neonan, Ilaao tIroenhood and Ferdi nand aioke. partners dlutg end transacting busnes nnder the Arm nime and sile of Imrenhoed, Itohm &tCo.. The Bunnell A Ko Invatmont eoinp.n, a corporation. dlya Hahn sad WUHlla n a ni defendanti, on the Utd day of AuortA. AD. . rlfl~ for the soot of $1.263.22 besdes lIterest, oet* and attorneyl me. whioh said doroets weas on the Yin lay o fu AoIut. A. D. 1121 reoordedin joudment Iweok No. "H" of raid oo at .- I ant ommn adsed to l all that ortanlot. t plian or parcsl of land. eituate. lying and being in the county of lawis anlid lark. state of Montana. and bounded and described a follows, toowt.: Lot etbers thtrtean (11) is oak number 5w.ay-hr (ii l In lte Northern Paitlio add4 tion to . of l..ieno, in the l oUnty of Sad arao ansd tstat of Montana, ao ý to the pat of sa4 Northorn Pacific adtiti on tits in ihe ote of the county rse.rdr .1 said reonty. _ToltJo with eli al singular the tenements, aeqltanapis atnd appurlenanote tiereunto be. lo or et anywise apertaiulnu. . notice i hesby glvan that on tlaturday. the ito ua' o? oaptember. A. D. Ieg2. at 1'3 rclo rk. at tlat da. at the irnnt door of the trtllciiotm. He~tnis. T., a iitd (Ihtrr* acuut.T, ren seslee.ts Lewt at Clarke ao -o. Moutntl wll|. in obedlelt to said oter of sato nd de~r*e of foreclosre and ,nb, sell the abovr d.ecrilbed property, or eM schl therof as 'sy be neessary to tlle tsald JudglU sot, with intereal and Vets to the iheu ad bot bidder, for catl In hand. iven tinder my hand this 24th dayr of Algustt, A. 11,,A M, J1 FFhIShl y AB. 1l, o r>. De RIpt 9heL&d By iA1.r*'. JUZ1rOx, Deputy lt~L rib ()FFtvE OF TX SELEWLNA AD BUT 19 SCompay (owuin d ei.rtilg the Jet - Slue a Uar iutto. ver How ooaaty. Mon ta). s, leep. ee. IbpL 1. 166. utie.--'Fro is delinquet upea the tllow lur deoriohed stock of th lilo"a end Butte rompa.y on aeoonmt ef esmemont levied on tse nd dyy of Jly, 1I6. tihe everal amonuto oct o=pste the name of the repeootive share hulders folloow, to wett No. of Amo.it Tame. (ortl$cte. 8hare. Deltaquent. Bryan Irvin........ 5 606 $ 18 7 h. W. Btti ...... 8 1.94 177 12 A. A. McDonald ... 10 59.881 178 01 F. D. fbnllter... 11 7,792 7 W. WB owlel ..... 1,747 417 41 II. . Oeart....... 1 56.000 15 00 . .e ...... 18 .070 100 10 Al. " .... 0 190 7170 29 W. G l....... 97 7.793 Y18 76 , e........ 0 5.000 100 00 S. ......... It 5.000 1.0 00 J. Aeloame.... 18 .8102 041 1 ts..... 40 0.:3 177 60 Sv .eaaa . 41 1.0 16000 .C" .lhlknru... 44 4,600 16060 . t, loq . ...... 46 1.111 me A. ie....... ,47 l09 Win, tc'. oa....... 6 F1.19. 4moeCah16.. 7 1640 dison 1 fltn. 01 H. L!. il tu1k... 10 9. Woo. LIetoa..., ,.. 16 41N Tuoul ............. 107.I . A d In tooo..-dane with law so mny e ha oat each t=rcol of said stock as he I eow will eoo at the o0r1Ieef the bo d MBt company. oom 1I. Powor elalt t ýi lHe!ns. n the Mdy q. 4 I9ol 101., sS o'olot eno. to pa sali 0e g ehemolt thoeeon.r ºe w It cot. dwl a espwes of 1 se.