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SOME SOCIAL SCENES.
A Very Peiausant Eyit P1' 18 I t at the Residence of irs. S Kennett. Lovers of MuCpo lhid a Treat at the Oonoert'on Wednesday Evening. A Pretty Weddin C'o*brated at the iathedral - surprise iertles Are qrlve-Verienu OLCbs Meet. Frlday evenlg was the Noene of the pria epal smogll event of the week. which will long be remembered by the partiiopants as one of the most enjoyable affairs of the season. The party was given at the real deuce of Mrs. B. Kennet, on Dearborn avenune, by Mrn. Kepentt, the Misse Atoh Ison and Misse Haser, The rooms were thrown open for daoinlg, and were taste. flly deeolated with potted plants, out bowers and smilax. Deliclone refrHebments iyere served. 'Ihose present were: re. . Kenneti black silk and lace; Mrs. Peter Kennets, heliotrope oreps, ohiffon trim ming. Mrs, NHuaer, black silk with old rose stripe, jet trieming Mrs. Atebhlgo, black milk and jet; Mies Atchison, old rose silk, green satin trimling; Miss Virgistn Atchbison, gtIay .ured silk and' volvet;'Mll Hauser, blue silk, emall, pink figure lace teimming; Miss Blaine, Ilay striped net over black silk, green and pink ribbon trimming, pink oarnatlene; Miss Ella Blaine, red orate and red telvet, shoes and gloves to matobh Miss Callen, gray erepe and chiffon; Miss Ashbby, Josephine cos tume of green arepe; Miss Cory, old rose ohina smilk, green velvet trimming; Miss Murphy, yellow flean e orepe, shoes and gloves to match; Miss Pharpe, black erepe and pearl trimming; Miss Blake, white china silk, ohiffon trimming; Miss Nellil Blake, pink cashmere and grsen vel vet; Min Amy Rosenbaum, black net, yel low satin trimming; Mise MoConnell, white ilk repse, chiffon trimming, white roses; Misc Miller, blue figured silb, white satin bodice, lseo trimming; Miss Franklin, green crope and satin, laoe trimming, shoes and gloves to matoh; Miss Marshall, yellow crepe and satia ribbon trimming. Messrs. Prosser, Carpenter, Norman Hol ter, Albert Holter iBoadwater, Arnold, McPhee, Penwell, hiarlow, Davis, Chalde coat, Zoeckler, Ferguson, Craig, t.anders, Sha:pe, Word, Atchison. The musical, given under the auspices of Miriam Chapter No. 1, of the O. E. B., Wednesday evenlng was all that it ; rom iced to be and was well attended, The opening selection, "Hounsrian Dance," by Bbrams, was a well executed piano duqtt, by Mrs. DeCamp and Prof. Nunvar. This was followed by a quartette, consistng of Messrs. Jackson, Bunkett. Eddy and Hodge, in the fourpart song, "Health to the Fairest," by Zollner. Mr. Jackson simply gave the key from the piano, and it was sung without an accompaniment, the voices blending in a most agreeable man ner. They responded to the encore by Werner's "On a Bank Two hoses Fair." Mrs. May and Mrs. Adams then gave Mar aial's duet, "Friendship." a sprightly song which was repeated at the enqpre. Miss Hepner's solo, "Queen of the Night" by Tarry, showed to good advantage her ine volce. It was a selection requiring considerable exzeution, and its perform ance gave entire satisfaction. Amidst the applause which their presence always calls forth, the :e xtette club, Messrs. Clark, Arnold, Sanders, Sharp. Ming and Zoeckler appeared, and so softly did the music of these stringed instruments commence, that the audience was not fully aware that the "Darkles Patrol" was upon them, until several meatsare had been given. It died softly away in the distance and needed no help from the imagination to tell the ohar aster of the selection. A spirited march was given as an encore. Mim Whitney then, in her usual sweet voice and charm ing manner, gave the English version of "Domine Me Felice," followed by the piquant little encore, "The Maiden and the Butterfly," by D'Albert. The second part of the programme was commenced by a violin solo by Prof. Non var with Mise Boyer as aooompaniest. It was Senglee's "Fantasie Pastorale," and the execution on both violin and, piano was admirable. The duot, "Love Is Not Blind," by Bucolossiv. was rendered in a most pleasant stile by Miss Whitney and Mr. Jackson, the qualities of the voloes being harmonionu to a remarkable degpre. To the hearty applause they gave a selbo tion from itedding's opera, Don Quixote, entitled ' "Thou Art My Own Love." Barnby's "When the Tide Conies In" by Mrs. May, was sung with much expression, and the appreilation of the audience was shown by a most hearty apIlnuse. to which Mrs. May responded with Moir's sweet lit tie ballad "Wondering." ' lie eutetto olub tlen favored tire anud ience with another selection, "The Wash. ington Post March," by that most patriotic of composers, Sounse. Although this was their third selection, the audience would not let them off withoutanother,, which was pleasantly given, being a lively little quick -te,'. The couqioding nnmber als anpo poe. bdhin, a quartetts entitled "Come Join the Merry Dance," sung by Mrs. May, Mrs. Adams. Mesars. JackSuon and Eddy. The invitation convoeryed in this song was cheer fully accepted afterward, when the floor was o'eared and all who wished joined in the sayety. The musleeal was an entire suooress, and much oredit is due to the nutiring enerpaie of Mr. Jackson, as director, and to all who assisted him, f.or the plcenUe theu given to the publio. The High Sohool Literary society held its regulnr meeting last Thursday evenlng. It was an open mestung and the room was crowded. The programme was an un ausually fine one, esreoisl mention behain male of the m lusir, the essays and the re bate. The pupils tare doing well in this wolk and much credit ii due them for the) a ilrtsd manner in which the debates are codoucted. eollowing is the programme: Instrumental quartette ................... lMesrs. Lehman, ouodman, Pl'roErser and ilverr man. Becltatton..................... Bertha Ta f .t Dnuet.... ........ Aloonlichlt en the liudse. MBse iliu sil and soifeursih Esay .........................bir WaVler Ilaleigh Paul Ii. Adame. Vocl qumrs ettc.... ou.e is'. \WIth the InrL Mirea irteadmen and lirnel, Miessrs. hathews and t'rraer. lecilltaton.......... ........ Lna Fl'luer hrasa .............. .leupsias·aCucucltc Abe Bi vrinan. 1holo........... ..... .. .arguerit I hat. ironeer. , r t Doe te--I odld thb tnited Btstro Aune: the Aitirmative-Alerxsder Potkin and Bol. I ar rip. hegative-Henrr I arehen and I nth Miaths son. 'lbhe decisiotn wa for the negative. A pleaasant surprise party was held at the raesaldence of 1i. R. Oras, 1518 Boulde arenue. T'he uu price was planned by Mrs. Oras, the event being the birthday of Mr. eram. Assisted by come of her lady friends the surprise was a deoided uanocess. Moetitk iat an appointed place the orowd quietly stole in on Mr. Oram, who had just retired. He was given a shook whloh it will take him soe time to ruecover. After some assistance he managed to be able to appear to recaelva the oonlratulati.ns and well wlIshes or bi guests. Another surprice awaited him in the shape of a boautital birthdsy Rift by the ladies of a line rsmok ing set, merchaom pipe eand a ine box o·u cholee lavraass. A hne supper was p e tiared by Mrs. O ,m, to whlh .ve:y onc dii ample justice. The Invited were: Meadames L.aleld. Youns. MCaff, ty, Mailov, COellfeld, uoch, Llnnenkohl Gi son, Flynn; Measra. tafsield, Mo.CIierty, -l'tnn, Llnnenkohbl. Harrly. After a late ODRPRICE'S Tlb only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder.-No Ammonia; No Alum Used in Millions of Homes-4o Years the Standard. oaur the 0eompny dispersed with many good wishes and hopes of another good time on the neat saniversary. A very pretty wedding took place atAhe cathedral, Wedeosday morning. Owlng to the resent death of the bride's sister, Mrs. A. U. Dorner, the wadding was very quiet. The bride, Miss Lizzie Mlyan, was hand somely gowned in a teope de hoblne. She wore a veil and orange blosnms and ear ried a buneh of white rosebuds. 'Ihe bridesmal , Miss Barbara Sttanbash, was Drestily robed in cream china silk and wore red roses. The bride is well known and esteemed as one of Helena's attractive soOelty girls. She came to our city five years ego, and sines that tibe hue been en gaged ti teachina the same sachol. The a oom, . J. Mae her, oame from hieOb go two years ago, and since that time has been enuga.d in the lapidary buianes with W. E. Easth. He ah made anny L rilslte hoe "by his genial ways, acd sourteous butasnes manner. Alter the eremony was pe.tormed by thli Res. Faer Palladino, thd bhpr y couple rrepaired the home of the bi de's slster,;909 Fifth aoenue, where a bountifual repast was partaken of. Mr. and Mrs. Meagher will be at -ome to their friends at 711 Fifth avenue. Miss Yealta Lissner entertained a merry party of young people at her home last Wednesday evening. Games, dancing, eards and refreshments we-e all enjoyed. Those present were: Misses Clara Kirken dell, Lizzie Sweeney. Sybil Graves, Helen Langho noe. Clara Bullard, Rose Priest, Florence Kepner, Carrie Lamey, Anna Reifenrath. Mamie Hindson, Lulu Zietz, Cole Russell, Leon Fluner, Sarah Goodman, Lily Goodman, Rose Sobraff, Jennie Wall, Aggie Belle Steele. Co It Littlefield, Lain Siadam, sadie Dieken. Fannie Gott, Butte; Messrs. Percy Witmer, Charles Yaeger, Homer Rickards, Will Goodyer. Maurice Lanhaorne, Charles Gamer, Marvin Mo rie, Ward Wortman, Sam EZmmerman, Dan Marony, Ed Walker, Charles Garlow, Abe Silverman. Anthony obhraff. Albert Pal litter, Arthur Yeager. Edwin Atchison. Alex Goodman, Charles. Prosser, Alfred Karsted. The regular meetihg of the Minnette club took place ltst Friday evening at Electric hull, and the members had their usual good time, which some declared to be better than nusual. Those present were: Misses Ger trade and Anna Reifenrath, Kiel, Swecny. Vassar, Taylor, Wantz, Rinda, Harrig ion, Sommermeir, Blackstone, Wiloox, Wood man, ay Shbober, Anderson, Hepper, Dol liver and Mithbell; Messrs. Ray, Reifen rath, Hamburger, Hazelton, Jaoquemin. Cooper, Emery, Miracle, Kenteer, Williams, Wetmore, Barden, Ehrenburg, Duerfeldt, Schmidt, Greenhood, Marans, Woodman, sepner. Last week Fiday a happy surprise party was given Miss Jeessie Hosom at her home. Mrs osoma., assisted by Miss Florence Boott and Miss Anna Reifenrath. receivtred theguests, and a very enjoyable time was passed in games, and dischssing delieious refreshments. Those present were: Misses Carrie Lamey. Mabel Lamey, Anna Reitfen rath, Florence Scott, Videna McLean, Martha Johnson, Helen Langhorne, Jennie Moris; Messrs. Witmer, Langhorne, Mor ris, Wright, Wortman, Adams and Wal lace. The Coloumbian club held another social danoe at Adams hall on Friday evening. A splendid time was had by every one pres ent. A pleaeant feature of the evening's programme was some fne step dancing by Mrs. L, J. Flynn, of Helene, and Mr. Alexander Roberts, of Mandeu, N. D., whish was highly appreciated by the and tense, judgingiby the encores they demanded. This club has had excell nt success and will continue their dances all winter without fail. Personal and General. E. A. Steere is in Boaeman this week. J. H. Emery has returned from a trip to Cnloeae. 8. Karatofsky has returned from his Chi cago trip. George Hoyt left for a trip to Chicago last Friday. Nb H. Webster returned from Chicago Wednesday. Martin Holter returned from Chicago last Monday. Dr. J. J. Leiser returned Monday from a trip to Chicago. Hon. G. F. Higgins, of Missonal, was In the city last week. Mrs. W. O. Riddel. of Elkhorn, was in the city last week. E weard H. Boos has returned home after six weeks spent in Chicago. Mrs. John Dinnea has returned from a visit in Butte and Missoula. Col. Sanders has recovered from his IIll ness and is again at his office. Mrs. E. Shears visited in Butte last week, retn ning to Helena Saturday. Charles Jeffries and family have returned from an extended eastern trip. Mrs. Corvillion, of Wisconsin, is visiting he daughter. Mrs. E. A. -teo e. Charles Martian, pf Min.t, S. D., is vis iting his sister at 420 Br.adway. United States Conmiassioner A. P. Hart was in tre city during the week. A. M. Holter, after 'a month's absence In the east, returned hoae Ihurasday. Mrs. Baldwin left tuesday for California, where she expects to spend the winte . Hon. E. Sohn nikow, of Deer Lodge, was in Helena last Monday and 'l ureday. E. W. Shannon has gone to Portland, expecting to be sway for several weeks. E. (. Russell went to Misoelra Inst week, expecting to return Mornday or Iuesday. M . and Mrs. A. P. Curtin rein nod last week froot anu extended visit inu Chicago·. Mrs. Will Jones returned The eday from a visit of three months in Columbus, O. lMrs. Charlers nell hoas been continedr to be room for two weeks with a severe colrd. Jack Wilson, a former resident of Hel uenn, now of Krrlispell, is visiting iu the city. Wm. WVinters, C. A. Goodale end Joseph Lw.wi, all of Butte, were in the city laest week. Mr. and Mrs. Burt Todd entertritred a few friends informally et curds Friday eveniug. The Misses blMarshall dined with Miss Mrnd Miller, at The Helena, last 'lTuesday e reuing. Miss Cora Banders hes gone to Merrill, Yellows:one county, to ascoopt a position in a school. Mrs. F. A. Lyiran, of 212 Lawrenoestreet. hbas returued f om a three week's etay in M ichian. R. A. Oarnochan was called sudldenly to St. Paul by illiess in his taially. Ht left Friday evening. Mrs. Mlnich, of Cascade, is In Helena aend will spend the winter with her daugh tesr, Mrs. Eckles. Miss Gertoude lirrrison spelnt several days in Great Falls last week, the guest of M s. . 14 . ' Phe.ps. Frank J. Steever, of the Helena Wate company, left lIst Thursday for am ex tended caste n trip. Lewis Penwell, of the firm ef Blake & Penwell. spent a few daya in Butte last week on lesal busines. a. (t. Yonng- H. L. Donaellv and Bert Donnelly were out last week Siaturdar for a bont. Mr. Young senred a deer, and Mastet Ber was made happy by b bgging his first grouse. Mi-s Kittle Gleason, of RHoan, who has beau visiting friends In Helena, reStred to her home least Monday. L. G. Phelps, W. M. Atkinson, A. J. bhores and 0. H. Benton, ll of Great FPlls, were in the ity last week. Miss Swann and Miss Estelle Swann left last Thursday for Viginis, who a they ex peat to reside in the future. Mr. S.tookton, who has been in the east ern part of the state for seme weks, re turned to Helena Wednesday. Harry McGaugber who has been east to Chioago and his old home in Indlana, re turned to Helena last Friday. Hoe. H. D. Weed, who&se been confined to thbe'hoee for esveral Weeks with severe illnse, is ralan able to be out. A. Elmer Smith, of Towanend, Ind., and Mim Pearl Gates, of Melons, were married in this olty Wednesday by Rev. C. B. Allen, Jr. Mrs. Bothin 1left a t week fot a trip to Milwaukee and hslaglo. When 'he re. turns Mis Clare Bttkin will accompany her. George Panooast left for easttle Wednes day to take charge of his hew position fi the weather bureau. Before leaving he took an examination and was adshitted to the tar. Wm. Steele went to Billings Friday to meet Mrs. Steele, who with her little daughter, has been visiting at her homs in Michigan. James Kina, Mrs. Potter and Miss King returned Thu aday from Chicago. Mr. King was quite ill upon arriving home, but is now better. Mrs. D. Cunningham and children leave to day for Oregon. After visiting relatives at Eugene City she will join her husbntd at Cascade Looks. Mine Glendora Burton, who has been vis iting relatives and iiends for some weeks, returned with her father to her home in Chotean last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Berg returned We..nesday from their wedding trip, in which they visited the' World's fair and relatives in the east. Miss Lillian Carey has taken the place as teacoer of district No. 2 made vassat by the resignation of Miss Lizzie Ryan, who was me ried Wednesday. Miss Edmundson. stenographer in the supreme court, is confined to her room with illness. Miss May Miller is occupy ing the position at present. Mrs. Baker and daughter, Miss Anne, returned last Sunday irom a trip to Chi cago. Miss Baker has accepted a position in a private school at Winston. Tuesday. Nov. 28, Mr. Crooker will de liver an address before the Fortnightly club, at the reslidenoe of Judge Hedges. His subject will be "Emerson." Julian Eaves, private secretary of Joa aoun Miller, was in the city during the week, looking up some data connected with Mr. Miller's contemplated history. Since retr:nlig to Helena Mrs. A. C. Logan has moved to 1055 Dearborn avenue. Mr. Logan is much imp oved in health and is expected kome from New York soon. The Columbian club. of the Sixth ward, will hold a meeting of interested members at the residence of Mrs. John Gibson, 1886 Phoenix avenue, Thursdray evening, Nov. 23. J. M. Soherrier, who has recently been appointed in charge of the sipnal station here, With his wife, has er ived in the city, and they are located at 110 Edwards street. Next Teesday, the 21st, the next meeting of the Unity club will take place and Prof. Templeton, of the Unive aity, will address the club and their friends uaon the subject, "Victor Hugo." The programme of the state teachers' institute, to be held at Butte, Dec. 27, 28 and 29, has been published. Those from Helena who assist are Prof. Young, Prof. Merritt and Miss Iteifenrath. Col. E. D. Bannister and wife and Mr. and Mrs, J. W. Banister left for Ca ifornia last Thursday via the Montana Central and Union Paoific. '1 hey expect to iemain in banta Rosa about six months. Notwithstandlng the disagreeable weather Mrs. Preuitt entertained a goodly number at luneh at her hospitable home on Rodner street, last ' hursday. The proceeds were devoted to the i. E. church on Grand street. The Ladies' musicale met at the resi dence of Mrs. Langley yesterday afternoon and spent a very pleasant hour studying a couple of trios for ladies' voices. It was decided to change the l~our to Wednesday at four o'olock p. m. The ball given by iebeeea lodge at Elec trio hall last Wednesday evening was very very well attended. The room was filled to almost overflowing with the members of the order and their friends, and dancing was kept up till a late hour. Mrs. Richard Lockey and daughter. Miness Mollie, arrived in Helena yesterday after noon. This is Miss Mollie's first appear anon in Helena sinee leaving two years ago for Germany. Her oany friends will wel come her return with sincere pleasure. The Whiat slab met last F iday at the house of Mrs. A. C. Johnson. All the mem bers of the club were reesspt, and Mls. H. N. Blake and Mrs. Ford, of Everett. Wash.. we a the guests. The firet prize, a couple of rilver natkin ring, was won by Mrs. Cory; the second, a silvnr hairpin box, by Mrs. Esler, -- Mrs. Laura E. Howevi who filled in a most acceptable manner the offe of one of the national conshissio:.ers at the World's fair, returned leat Wednesday from he pro onged stay in:oi Chlicago. Mrs. Howey ma le an excellept ofiBor, and many thatnks are due her for fer courteous treat ment of all Montanlane who sojourned in the White city this summer. Mrs. J. D. Wilson expects to leave for the south next Saturday for the benefit of her health. She goes from here to Chicago, and thence to Columbus Barracks. Ohio. wheoe her brother. Col. John B. Parke, is stationed. Mr. Wilson goes to the Grau don, Mr. Marlow to M s. Botkiu's, Mr. Meyendorff to MK . Ashby's, and Mr. and Mrs. Hurley to The Helena. Cards have been renrived announolng the marriage of Milss Grace Martin to N. J. Gould, both of Missoula. The manrlage took place at the Episcopal cho sh, Wednes. day evsning, and the coulle will be at home at 110 HigRains avenue arte Dec. 1. Mrj. Gould is well known in Helena, where she used to live. and he many friends wish her all puossible happiness in he new life. Miss Mary Phillipe, Helena's former art tist, reetived two gold medals at the World's fair; one for a vale which was in the women's building, and the other for the beautiful punch bowl. which will be well remembered by he Helena fliends. 'I'bThere is especial reason for beine proud of the medal for the bowl. as it wrs exhibited in the labsral arts ballding, and was in conm petition with the work of several celebrated male attists., Per I ale·lsh - C-larkes adertisement oil ieee 7. llours emeat thborder tr he AgE, This oucbht to be followed in all kinds of busrsee. Mrs. J. M. Alexander is the only modiste in tiHelena that is followinlg this role. by introducing her new sysatem. The result Ls her remarkable low prices the e are taking the ladles by suarpris. Con vineo yourself hby giving her a nail, Go to Eltner's for ('lristmas photoarapha. tir. tleeaman Haa retarned to Helena and it loeated at the old stand. Telephone 81, FOWLES' CASH STORE -..., at.s 1A.T - CLEARANCE SALE Two weeks tron to.parrow we must have m, to admit ndbit of, display tdo.ý otn a ! e th8 1 ar ostlp e olmd to qute po , but rst aured that when we ar teat its Great Clearance ts e will srpus 'al th e or we pan thpt It will Ml prevlus oor: e for CLEARING SALE OF SILKS. SILKS I.00!Fixar.d Drsper . olko st.......... i.60 600--m uursd like, at ...................... . Y6 0- igured 0 km. at ....... ........ .. 95 Ladies' ediated Searlet h ool Vests, worth 1.50, at.......... ........ 95 Lidl Wool oIbbald qoistrl nne Tights. Ltuie' W9mlFstt'flaik lile, at . y.. .5 Mbsla' Rilrbbed Woollt Black Hos, aJ.. .25 ALL FUR DRESS TRIMNINGS AT HALF PRICE. 86-lnnh loet Whale Pone, worth .5L, for.. .15 Fine Caobrc t oset (overs, in 10 different Slstelae oborately trimm ed with lace and emhroldery, walne e to5.5ll 50. ..it.at . 85 Vseet Bolero headed Jacket., worth $5, for 1.95 Vesling, worth from 2a5 to 6t.. for....... . 15 -ilk Windsor 'lies. worth from 250 to 500, for t ........1 o... ......... 15 0-4 henille Table Covers, worth 125, for .75 20o-flgated Bllkottne. for........... e SI--Wool Madras. for .................... 15 5c--Wool Madras, or .... ............ .. 250 41--Wool 1adres. for................ 800c 0c--Wool Madrar, for.... ............... 85 6So-Wool Madras, for................. 4e TRIMMED MILLINERY Evn our finest Imported Hate and Bonnets whil be included in the sale. The reductions will be Sxtreme--reater in overy instance than would ordiarly be made at lIt seod of the season. Hate that were 40.00, for .............. 61150 Hate that were 15.00. for..................9.50 Hats that were $10.00. for ............... 6.08 And others ia like proportions. CLEARING SALE OF HANDKERCHIEFS,. 500 dozen Ladies' fine embroidered 22e Handkerchiefs, ost $2.25 to la1nd; 2 clearing, eaoh ....................... Fowles' Cash Store THE BARGAIN HOUSE OF HELENA. W5PWe cloe at 6 p. m. exoept eaturdaye. DO YOU EAT EAT? Then Read These Prices FOR CASH ONLY 10c Pound For Prime Roasts of Beef. 15c Pound For Porterhouse Steak. 121c Pound For Sirloin Steak. 8c Pound For Plain Steak. 7c Pound For Extra Quality Boiling Beet. 5c Pound For Plain Boiling Beef. 10c Pound For Roast Mutton. 10c Pound For Mutton Chops. 6c Pound. For Mutton Stew. 15c Pound For Prime Roast Veal. 10c Pound For Plain Roast Veal. 121c Pound For Veal Cutlets. 5c Pound For Veal Stew. 1 2c Pound For Pork. Iheso prices for ('t tb ONLY at the Central oleat arket BROA I)1VA'Y. FRANK MARES, pROPRIETOR. PARISIAN Dress Making Parlors Latest arisiln Itlsi| always one month in sdafyaee or sat otiors, con e t5 tifaoctn goarsatded. --oH11 ip.. B.LpneiUsn. $5 Earth Wl .t,, opposite Mercnt hotel. Commenoing Saturday, Nov. 18, I will sell my entire stook to the highest bidder. Clothing, Gente' Furnishing Goods, Boots, Shoes, Rubber Goods. Also $15,000 in unredeemed pledges, consisLing of Watohes, Diamonds, Jewelry, s811 verware, etc Stock must abso lutely be sold by Dec. 25, as I leave for Chicago. House for rent. Fix tures and sates for sale. Two sales daily until all is sold. Also for rent twenty-two fur. nished room. Uncle Sam's Loan Off ice 62 South Main St. -=-YOU GAN BUY REX FLOUR FROM R. C. Wallace. J. R. Watson. Bach, Cory & Co. M. Reinig. Turner & Co. M. D. Pearsall. Broadway Grocery Co. ROYAL MILLING CO. W. E. COX Broker in Small and Large L 0 ANS. Warrants, Bank Certificates and Mticellaneous Secur tics. Live Stock and Rancihes. Granite Block. Mining Claimants May secure the benefits of the NON-REPRESENTATION Act of Congress only by complying with its terms. Blanks fo7 this pur oso for sale and properly prepared for record by GLO. R. l F.OTr'. Attorney at law and ' orary I ublic, room. s and 6, Hloreky block, corner Main street and Sixth avenue, Helena. Montana. An elegant smokafor i FRED SASS. And madean Helena, too CHOICE FRESH CUT FIowers AT LOWEST .. MARKET RATES. ' Sixth Avenue Greenhouses Half Block from Main Street Write or Telegraph. H. WINI'l'ld Florist. J. L. SMITH Freight and Transfer Line HELENA, MONT. All kinds of merohandiss and other freighets Inoludi.g orea prt mltly transferred from the depot, orders will reeive srolept . ttontion. ice at J. keldbt rg'e !Store and at the dep.t. SHE: IFF'S SALE- WILLI kM J ('(K't"N, S lalntilff. e. dwln commi., 1, r.on I'.. Lomis. John su c is. Joleph Bl lmrtn and L.i,."' .,fltman, .efendasnt-. Under and by virtue of an ordrerof saie anl det 'reo of toreoloiur lt:d raIo is It si oult of tile olts l5tr1 t 5 1 .. 1.'t 1 l.T ilsllI'laI .lsl.hit lt i t5s rtate of Mlollntala n anid for the countil of Lowls sand tClarkes. in ti,, s . .. A D. 10..l In tinalnoottlt tledactionl wi ries r i tin u .of a , . t 1 , 1 t. ,t.n,. i. I.0 lh, It,. oLbt.is 0d a judgment and d orose of foreclosure "aId sale atainst d .-s. 5,5l . alirt 5 . IU'li', I ,.'il 1i .is l, s.h o I ' 'ttst, l allsand I sosses' , t- i ' oan. dofendant o.l the s'tlth slay of e'. bor. A. D. lb5 . for tlhe sutm ,I $ 5. ' besides inter est, costs and attorney a lees, whio saaid dontsts was . i t.hi y 'I ' .. r A, i09 . re carded in ludgment iook No of ,aid tcourt at ige --. 1 am c.nlandet d to sell all I certain lot, piece ur aarCsi oi lll.ud. r'+tiato. lyil.g asi bri it in tile county iItf l.ssi, assd t'larko, state of li stana. and tunided and desoribod as tufollows. to wit: e i onlict hlode, in the on Mile tunorgasu izte) tiiInLsn istreict. l.ewis and t larkI,, .siIet), flontisn. waich -gast hue la fully dserib, i isu page I.Y of look 1 of Lewis and t 'larso county record., and also. inl the amndellll d Iotlce of lo.a tion, re orued ou5 plg"o 1'i of boo.l 6 of iode of esi ,'u~lyl t r coe,r,. Publio notloe is hereob given that on 'non dat, hs lis t a~ is , I, eI n A. D. 1)09. at 13 o'clock n. of that tida at the front door of ti:o hIoitanJa, t will, in itlisele to ss id order sf sale and d iecreo ore irltloslue nad inte, snel tillii aitsi duscritsi isroeol tyr . or o i nlo tsih thereof ae stay isb nscessary Is, relit saisi jsdliueist. ull ,tt isterest iwl rcoe., to the ihtg st r and bet bidder, for snsLh I Ilahand. lirven under tilt hand this list day of Octi'eisr, A. I). bI1 I ('IIAII.I'8 D). ('111 '11, shelrilf it 5e , ti'ne,,r t'horilt. NOTIC'M TO CltIDlTORS - ESTATE OP .Vm. J. Woo.ls, .e6eaeed. Notice is herebl given by ise underslgnel. ad. mi.litrator of ti is . tate of n, J. '. o si)., ti 'eared, 1t the eitorIs of an all pr. oll n havlnlg laims aglainst tihe said deceasel, to u.c hibit thems with thl noeraeary vousoher.. within six months after sthe lit l iub lostlon of this uno. tise. to tlhe sai adlusiuisiratrls at ulllgti fbluptans the arons being the place for the trnle aetiotla o tihe buainess of the said estate in lth evon.! of Lewi suit larks. l Wouill. administrneiz of the etate a , m.J. Woo l. Dated Olt. It. 11g. THE + HO The Howe Thy Is in I !xi . ,,: . Thbe Lead ThgIa 14 Everywhore r Tivl; ''} f.:E HANDILE ALT KINTDSIZES AND STYLES, FRCM AND T .,MALLL.uA '1'0 TI1± LAR(jEoT. 4 ST.&Te A Hardware CBo sBTA T C ·HQ-IT N? B. PI(FFLSIONAL CARDS. Atterne. at Law. Money to loan on Lm proved city and aym preperty. ABHBUlN K. lBAIIIIBU. Attorney and Counuoler at Law. Masonlo Templ . - - Helena. Meoatena AIiA8~RNA BULLAR'. Attorney and 'ouanller at Law. Will praotice In a'l roorl of record to t State. Office In bold blolok Helena. Molun. M RS. C. LAFLEUR. Furrier. La"iles' and enats' Fors *Itsred and ileDalJed. £21 .roadway. Fruits.n Sole r gents Confectionery. i Sad for Chewing Gums Celebrated York State .ider. HELENA, MNTANA "R. C." Butter and LEga. Wholesale Only. B.ick But er. STEELE, HINDSON & CO. Jobbers of Hay, Grain, flour, Feed, Polled Oats, Corn, Meal, Potatoes, Eta WHOLESALE AGENT.4 FOR THIN CELEBRATrD RiOY L IIANNEt, i A-COI AND MONTANA BELLE FLOUR. TELEPEONE NO. 1i. I The best storage facilities in the city. I lI2 BOZEMAN . ? Protection Is Cheaper Than Medicine I And Better. Procure It Now -- iaoM -^ PARCHEN-D'ACHEUL DRUG CO.'S Searg stuck (f Chet Protectors. thu, preventing Ihoeumitism. Pneumona sand i r tier ill, duo to exp,,sure. An elegant ,inn of Ladies' nsamois Vests. ARTHUR P. CUR TIN'S FURNITURE, CARPETT, NEW MUSIC HOUSE. WALL P'APER AN)D House Furnishing Goo00 House F1a:.os, Orgarm. i Orguinettes, Guitars, Vio!ins, Accordion0 ;unse enlarged to foar time former capa.ity. A1o A m.L LING Or Five tmmenso flwrs extending through the .. t.rev block. 1MUSICAL MERCHANDISE. A stock area or than that or all other Helena Sole agents for ttnway A o lioness comibined. iobler rgrns Wefnar s MaInes. Kam Cash iurckse s and straight carload shipments b riraa. and other itat-olae Pianos. *. rders will receivo prompt attention. WLow prices and easy tagws. H- ELENA. MON TANA. ==...===. a ::: We Are Overstocked on And will give our agents extra inducements for cash orders. . BEN HUR, $75 AND $90. "CENTRAL" HIGH GRADE, $135. counts to agents. Central Cycle Manufacturin Co., ldlunpoll P ARTIES Ipurchasing bills of supplies either in GO lardwEarc line canl buy at wholesale prices by to KLEINSCIIMIDT & BROTIIER, (Consolidas.dJ ; ok. ltelena. Montana. Call or correspond with u ,