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___ <1 Lot Foster's 5-hook Kid Gloves, Dressed
s zi! V yand Undressed, $1.25. -
lengths, all shapes and sizes, $1.25.
I Lot Ladies' Seamless Fast Black Hose, - ,
cotton, 20c.
1 Lot Ladies' Jersey Ribbed Underwear,
Vests with long Sleeves, good weight,
° 35c.
1 Lot Men's all-wool Underwear, usually II O S I E R.Y .
YOU WILL BE MUCH SURPRISED sold at $4, only $3 a Suit.
At the wonderful assortment of Fall, Dress Goods that wve are 1 Lot Men's all-wool Fancy Striped Under- Fast black and colors, splendid varieties of colors and qualities,
now showing to visitors. We have all of the lovely new patterns wear, a regular $6 seller. This week full assortment of sizes, a complete assortment of weights, grades
adapted to fall wear, and they are exceptionally attractive. and shades. We carry full lines for men, women and children,
we offer at $4. at popular prices. We offer special values this week in ladies'
THE DRESSMAKERS RAVE Special Bargains in Bed Spreads and and children's Fast Black Ilose.
Over the elegant qualities and the rare finish of the various Bedding.
dress patterns. They say they can produce such charming
effects in draping and fitting, as the designs are so perfcctly CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
adapted to the figure. There is a wondrous harmony in shade BARGAIN COUNTERS
and texture, and every costume may be made a beauty.
THERE ARE MANY STYLES ------ New goods in this line just received and prices marked
Of Dress Goods, all of them beautiful and becoming, so no ugly Our Bargain Counters are replete with way down.
outlits will be seen this season. many hundred useful household goods at DINNER SETS, TEA SETS
WE ARE OPENING ANEW popular prices. Call and examine ourER SETS,
And you should hasten to make your selections from a full stock. line on the second floor.:OCK, ETC.
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*+rTr HE BEEB HIVE&+' .6oi
Genzbergr, Barnett 6& Go. 22, 24 and 26 South Main Street.
Concerning the Constant Use and
the Constant Abuse of the
Women and Watteaus and Bundles
to Be Seen at the Food
the Cloak, the Cape and the I)ernl-Season
Gown-Costum.nes for Conhinlig
Milllinery for Autumn.
(.pecial Corre.Dondence of ToE INDEIIPNDENT. 1
at the food show is chiefly remarka
ble for bundlus and for Watteau
folds in front and behind. The multipli
sation of bundles is amusing, but the mul
tiplication of Watteau folds is grievous.
Every booth is prodigal of "sanmles." and
every woman needs a market bashkt, unlres
as in one instance I noticed, she carries in
her train a small aruv of long-haired little
daughters and knicker bokered sons.
Every dressmaker is pnodigal of Watteanu
folds, and every woman needs a generous
allowance of common sense unless, what
with length of train, fullness of
train and fullnessof draperies, she is to give
her hands more than they can conveniently
hold up, let alone any share of the samples.
The sensationalism of the fin de sleele
period oarrier overy fashion to a humorous
extreme. That is what is the matter with
the Wattean fold. A graceful fancy, par
ticularly effective when a tall slender
woman moves to and fro in her bondoir, it
is being grotesquely caricatured in street
gowns and cloaks and capes that would
give Wattean or Boucher the horrors.
These was, for example, at the food show
this afternoon a big, handsome society
9' .
woman in a garment at which many people
looked carionsly. It was a trained cloak of
dark green camel's hair that swept the floor
with regal disregard of consequenoes. It
was cut with a deep, pointed yoke of paler
green, mottled with orimson and roset sad
gdtd, and bordered with a narrow strip of
Persian lamb, Below the yoke the cl0oak
became a close fitting p ineess robe, over 1
which there fell both in front and at the
back a gathered Wattenn length, to which
perhaps little objection would be urged ex
cert that it had no conceivable reason for
existence beyond the straininig after oddity.
BIalloon sleeves of dark green ve'vet and
little pointed cloth jockeys, with furred
edlges, upon the shoulders, contributed to
that appearance of broadness in the upp'r
p.,rts wich is another of the autumn's
whims, On the hips were other pointed
jockeys, pretending to be basques, and, take
it altogether, the cloak was a fine example
of the sort of amusements in which the
modistes and tailors are now indulging.
With it the imposang blonde wole a dark
green velvet hat, with bows and green and
black plumes.
In the neighborhood where dhocolate
abounded Miss Maud Lorillard was an in
teresting figate in a demi-season cloak less
extreme th,,n the one just dealt with, but
crrrrying out after all the came principles.
Her close fitting cream and blue brocade
robe with its huge sleeves and alight train
bhad a deep lace flrhnce set on crepe fashiron
about the shouldets, gathered to a point
with a black velvet rosett' and long stream.
ern in the back, fastened in the front in the
satme fashion andl allowed to hang from the
fast oning in lonig Inor, lapels to the floor,
these lapels giving quits the Watteau effect
as in the back did the rtreamers.
Miss Lorillard's hat was a microscopic
blue turban with crearu-colored plumes.
A -ilquant girl, with a face all interroga
tion points and with a fuzz of short brown
u, Is, was in evidence in Ia Watteau dress,
which varied enough from the general
model to be worth consideration. Her rue
set cloth frock hrd no vlaible means of
fastenintg. What the observer could note
was a square yoke of dalker russet nnd
creaun ribbed stuff, with a close-fitting
waist below, belted witlh a broad band of
the same uirterial. The I lain skirt eas
Ior ierrd with the ribbed material for two
feet from the bottom atld the costnume's pe
culiarity came in two nerow W\atteirus set
on either nide of the front and haingti.l
from the yoke to the floor. This doubling
up of the W attean business is not common,
but is no more illogical than the single ar
rangement. Indeed, with its big sleeves
ending in long, tight-ribbed cuffs, and its
little rnasset hat, with cream-colored plane,
the outfit was more successful than most
other attempts, if no more justifiable.
At a reception yesterday following one of
the autnmn weddings I pleased myself with
checking off the dozen and one variations
in elaborate dress on the Wattean scheme.
The most interesting thing 1 noticed was a
rose pink gown of a dull surfaced silk.
with a double rnching of black velvet,
lined with pink at the bottom. Thu silk
was gathered toe a tanding inche about the
throat, and across the bosom, giving the
effect of a yoke. was attached a drapery of
pink chiffon embroidered in black with
threads of gold and falling away in loose
draperies, parting in fronit and arranged in
long cascades to the floor. A ble black vel.
vet bow held the chiffon over the bosom,
and black velvet euspenders ran over the
shoulders, following the lines of the arm
holes about and hanging from the yoke be
hind loosely on either side. The chiffon
was gathered to the waist in the back, held
with a rosette and allowed to fall in box
pilaits, sweeping away like the front cas
Another somewhat notable costume was
a stone gray princess dress with a train
and with a cal e-like drapery about the
shoulde a delicately embroidered in silver
with dashes of red. This drapery was
fastened on either side of the front, leaving
something of an opening, and was then
drawn down, scarf fashion, to a point just
below the bust, held there with a velvet
bow and long ends and allowed to fall itself
in broad folds to the ground. Arrange
ments like this and some of the others
spoken of are not strictly classed as Wat
teaus, but they conme under the sare gen
eral henrdinn of loose oraperies which bear
no necessary relation to the gown.
The idea cro. a out in evening dress con
stantly, especially in empire designs. Take
for example a pale blue falle made up for a
recent trousseau. The silk was gathered
from the shoulder to a point on the bosom,
leaving the neck bare. It was held by a
knot,,f blue velvet, and from it fell, loose
odl lull. rr gathered d apery of lace descend
Ilg in elecades upon the hii a nrd carried
up under the arms to fill auain in the baok
ias it Watteau. P''he skirt was t immed with
a mullin ourf, with a lace flounce above
and it muslin ru.Ie to head all. The sleeves
were short velvet ruffs met with gloves of
lale blur.
For the rest there is a great rejoicing in
cole,. Womenll walk the streets and face
you in the shops and picture galleries in
deep rich amethyst Iurple and dark pinkislh
reds, aind in imumelse range of greens.
Ther. is mole haste than tIre season de
mands in putting on velvet ind fur--warm
colore:l velvet and da k for to stand out in
luxurious contract. I reumemb r ar w.lr.nn
who Iprasied on the st a t a few dave nago
in a wonderful HInri Ill. cape of brilliant
bltu velvet with a broad (;rack fret r.n
hroid, y ,of jet and silk and a narrow bol
der of i;ndrccnrt cocks' feathers. The mile
of a ahorllder mantlr., wh!ch ditirguiLshis
this sort of crpe. rotd the high platted collar
hhad coork' feather trinmiange tocorrespond.
It's worth watching when a wofsan sweeps
down tlre street in at marvel of this sort
with ulloe harnd full of iutrumin roses and the
othelr extdlled to pick u, the tall of hir
dr Iik-bLlue cloth-rmlb oidered gown.
The Chpe-s of tS 8.Calon are very full and
goleeroully envolopllrg. u tle gets lost in
the deptihe of a great circle of violet velvet
with mnink tails irinrinrg it about the shoul
di rs anil throe rows more of the caudal ap
tienthlieo of the uolucky little beasts to
trim it. t the ho ttom.
VerIt and fIu belong quite as much to
the house as to the street. It is a palt of
".f. I , . ,
the still prevalent IRussian crataaehat when
t your hostess pours tea of an nft1l oorn it is
more likely than not to be in saQ dull red
cloth robe, folded srorres ln f .f with a
g border of sable that runs arorunde throat
e and down to the flow,, lanil with sl$pves and
r perharls an entir,, sidle of the tp at the
I back of black, or mnry be blue LspFt or cour
a duroy.
SThie coaching season brings oult e pret-
B tiest outdoor frocks of October. Missn Fan
nie T'allor on the Rapid the other day wore
a particularly smart dark green serge dress,
a rough of texture and with a buae plaid
faintly checked off in hair lines of pale
blue. It was an absolutely Ilal tailor
cown of princess cut, with a small pointed
Figaro jacket of green velvet turned back
in wide lapels upon the bosom and lined
with pale blue silk shining out dimly. With
this outfit went a flat green felt hat with
velvet ribbons and dark green curling
Another dress that would serve excellently
well as a model is a brown and ceanm
colored check made bright by threads of
crimson. It has a long Russian blouse for
a pp, belted with crimson velvet ribbon
a is otherwise plain, except for its full
sleeves gather to the wrist and then spread
in'sagain in broad cuffs that are gathered
like ru lles.
"'lhere isn't much new in millinery, but a
cdhtinual wonder is the uprightness of the
feaither trimmings. Plumes are grouped
lies flowers and then planted on the ex
teme topof the crown. 'They have no
chbice but to stand erect and wave, and
they do it bravely, almost as if they sound
it.,natural and easy. One of the favorite
millinery flowers is the chrysanthemum,
ntil it is sometimes so big or the bonnet Po
little that it provides the only and, by cus
tom, all sufficient head covering.
Now Try This
It will cost you nothing and will surely
do you good if )ou have a cough. coin ,r
any trouble with throat, chest or lutns. Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption.
coughs and colds is guaranteed to cgiv r'
lief, or money will be paid back. sufferers
from In grippe found it just the thingr, nnd
under its use had a speedy and pertlct ro
covery. Try a slmsls bottle at our ex
pense and learn for yourself just how good
a thing it is. 'I ril bottles free at t. S.
Hale & Co.'s drug store. Large size fifty
cents and $1.
SQUMMONr.-IN 'rTit: DIS'L'RIlI' ctOtlii' O
tlhe First judicial district of tsl state of
Montana, in and for tile county of L wls anl
lonzo K. Prescott, plaintiff, vs. Milo buin
mere. Margaret tummenrs. Francis Adkinson and
Irances i. Adkirr.on, defandants
Shae state sl Montantia seeds greeting to the
botrre Iimrirrd ddefen'dlats:
Yri n are Ihr'ry raorireol t aplpear in an astion
t5ro,'g',r . ai.'aiin- " ,oir h itra ' r, r in:,t,,d rtl',iui iii
In tie dlistrict rurt orf thie First judicial dilrit
of tir state of Montana, in and fi r the oiitlllly o.
I w n all lark, cld to alinswer the o'nIrL[tiiLt
tiloed thorein, within ten dais (exa'clutlsie i thi,
d iy of srvinr.) afier the lIsrviciOn'ir o o f eli nt lil
etriiiliis itf irirv.l wiittir thin rriur y; or. if
eer'r l our of this couii. , but t iti n thtis rlh'.ti't.
withini tweet ttday otherwise withii fort . , riot.
or m lgCntritr yi- dfalult will lr, takerll a.ain(t y.i
aciording toi tihe prayier f aitil t tnllia'u.ll.
'I he raid art.| n lte.rutght to ob silt it doer, it
our ItuI e u rrt ithe li .ui reLe i are lo ut a rtir I
morltgag,. doIerrib,. d ill nh aidl colrpinint, an I
exectelid by thir anidl Mil, Sullllloti e nlnd 'l,:
gtroet . iiltirtrs 'it the twnut it h tdit3 A .ugu;ii.t,
A. , toh;, to et'i'Ie (hthe rayinnllt of a re arllia
proni sn ori , not ', daet. Aet'lot ,i, '. t. VIi ,'i
lIllle by Fait Ailo t'llntolra anai ndMargaret boir
niore. for ilIo ,ir of ftitri'ine huddotil II Llhl
riayanle ina Lawsull motnlieiy of rith, i uiteri d ttroi..
one year after the date thoriorf, ito thei order of
said I. K. I reie't with intere'st tlt.r,,mn, at the
rata of ten per cent pir aLnurmnL; thlt ti" 1lroniri
it's" er Irenreli hi rb il Ilirl[l'ti.riiio ' iiii I, ro!ltl. .:.d
the' pi'uie'lo arlliotil it, the t 'yiiii'st of raid list,',
with inti t'e'r t (.tlr'iii st the rais ainrolaiil frl,ni
tile tweo ti ti lil iry f lir iruary,. . 1x7Il, noi
live dlollars coutel fees, nnld It n ca: e luoll pro
coe.s are lnot suslltilelt to pay tile r5mI.e, tI'I It
obtainl an erxectiol againlit Hin Milo HUalrutun.e
an i lMlargatrt Sutliliurare for tInl taltanno ioluria
inu d!le. aid alo, that tI ho ail dltredantlrs, itu all
piorlnons elaimilttg by, tlhrruhl,. or litlir' tlllnr,
oins be barred and torelhored of all ri hi. ilt ir,
lail. lion, equity of rtnleluptiou, and iulterrrt
ir and io saioda irrtgsiori llli.io., situ ftrr huiiir
uar further rollllt. lire 5rriliia airrey.5 sd. i
alfeote l by raid lmaortgango bi'ii all those rertaill
lotis.uee or preel tsri o i ln ituate, liang smil
beinolit in thle itwlsitH oif theln (fy tf I olusa. il
the county of l.ewis culd ('larke. stal of . .n
tans, irartlrlarly llnsrite t at fllowi , ia-L it:
Lois numler sirsvnt'-lie itat and a iparrl ,ri
laeud irle tt feet wil off the e atir r eenl s*ide
of lot numblller esveuty-foaur i141 is bloIk lluulir
two t2), as aiii lotsm anti bllak are Ilrultir'Id'.
dreilsltartl ntillt (t"rriar, i ri t re otft[ stlL
ttwneait on tile in the ofhm o t tit te ireirity rei
esonir lof ald hl rlluyt' it ol i, ir n.it r lirh.
And youn ire hereby notlfitl tlhat it yll fail to,
apiirearn all sa.wer (tie t.id iU'l,liilrlllu., 5 aslhtiv
tiseI CurI n idhyll hind unlithe eal of uhs taLL
[rtlr court of the l'hest judilial dli rirt st Iot.
slate ,ti Moiatna. in alu itir the ouliaty t Lewis
f urt t.ord one thousand eight hulndred arnd
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