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MAMMOTH MAMMOTH Bargain Sale Bargain Sale Of Fall Merchandise. Of Fall Merchandise. Flonday and All Week. Monday and All Week. COATS AND CAPES. SILKS, DRESS GOODS ADIES--This week marks an eventful epoch in Helena! A most brilliant commencement of ;Monday --the Autumnr Sale will be Sands' best effort. Choicest Imported Collection, very lowest prices, at 'rice Smiashin., a;nd the show of N,, clties will be is the merchandise which brings out the shrewdest another season of aggressive progressiveness. A new unprecedented andabsolutely bewitching in itv variety. Monday--for 4oc a yard 2,,no y'ards i;-inch ,ll shoppers to Sands' Bros. great Cloak Floor, and to- departure in the development of Sands Bros.' Low wool l.udiys' Cloth Suitingr 2, .d rough tfflct(l morrow, Monday, in bigger crowds than ever. Price System. Serges, etc., for 40c a yard. Ev.c y-dl.y prit 75.. Misses' DRESS Fall Styles--18941 SILKS. Tailor-Ilade Dresses. is GOODS J Fall Styles GOODS Evening shades in FALL FASHIONS, 1894. ., rich brocaded silks Monday-Special, -- te most per- t 2,95o yards for -all the most per- -, 894 a 48 ns fectly tinted colors ,,,. 48 Cents in leliotrope, Nile c,,' t a yard, fancy Paris- Green, Pink, Cream, D ian Check Novelty , <.Cadal Dress Goods, every- Buttercup, Cardinal, day price 75c. etc. $12.50 TO $ 5. Sale on donday of Monday's price only Monday-Aberdeen yTpric or ' a sr Ii Iir* Misses New Golf Cape Heather Mixed, 85c Ta t ,r i,5oo yards in all t, 5 y quality .c.uidered Newmarkets. colors. Exclusi-ely ....' j -( T, eie .suits .re .on Fall styles, exquisite Crepe de Soie lr ned to .uands. Double faced, fancy for walking or tray- honeycomb effects Double faced, fancy eling, the softness evening shades. loakngs. All sizes. of texture ensuring Monday only Cn.Cheviot. sutt Cloakings. All sizes. ease, Cel ticityf and ay onlycoat and et rnt, extreme comfort to strictly Tuilor-mlade, Prices below zero. the wearer. Every 90c in I31ac ait luo., day price 85c. Fall and Winter Monday for wesigha . raonch SANDS FOR FURS. 6° Cents. ALL WOOL N Novetty Dress Pat terns in all tnhe new Evenin Shade- Fall olorag, prttying Shades The mysteries of the Fur trade are laid bare. destin., elegant Roubaix Dye and a sut. Same style in Every seam opened by Sands Bros. Correct hand- Ute finish, wl war finish, 45 inches Cnvert Cloth, cuta ling, skillful treatment, business principles as regards well, worth double wide. Reduced way Coat, and double retailing and profits. Low prices instead of exorbit- te. pri. onday from $1.25 a yard. new shade ,nt, dtan. ant profits-that is the reason why Sands do all the for a £u31 Dres, Pat- This week's price Fur business of Helena. Ladies had better make an trn. Monday for only $17.50 AND $25 expeditious effort to purchase our Canada Seal $2.45 Fall Styles - 894 97Ic , wc. . Capes before they are all sold. for ftu Drs Pattern double these Oricer BLANKETS--500 PAIRS AT 76c A PAIR. EXTRAORDINARY VALUE. _I TAl W1a3 TRAVELIR, That Eelude seelleai sad fosS nmior able faeulllW-"'Th MUwasuh. Thal traeresee a iehUehtfuI sad pleSur aqua pe.Usate ,he eoseme-"Th Mu - wasuhe" That bag-g. narl mui-4h uepud~oin of teisgi asd vel Ibrll- -"The Mulwaskae, That oaJey poslarly r Mm irs Giant" wish pubile appval---7H. Mlaukee 11 bat hus a sabdesilal roadbed sad most est ustea gwIee -"Tha Miweaha." hlu nulsu hrn f a se iorl s C - I atfsln s atd tea sm paulem asesn and lates lrr Ees emeha, asue- "Tek I lwauee." 1 h l" fusalebd Jaiasi drawlmi rocs parlo ses, fbee realitia shaltf srs mad gemptmeg dslual smes--in M, YUlwaskh That has esemaslro use of She eleelsie bLrb readlng lamp-'Th YLhwaru." L. Milwaukee' ewablem all mhe abver mad meaee Sow e nkse mae veeibeled, heated by sleam. eleeisie Rlahted aad us emceed a Issueleus appelamemi. immelal .iseela eal& -ollow the iso ie sad sos simsol be far eron righ." The peoyl urn 'T"h YUwsahe. . 1 s; aw, AeeS. Una. lees. Mt. ML. Pasl. Va. omo-Vval S taits. dsllf T.T s 015 Ieelo Chiesge one tels M. Lah mud ome to Ina m t aaeoUnestsi luJwine nothing rletsiald tbFthewhrl at theas pawlnl cr·Lra 5fomot heoaee: ~ oai aeb atn~ mushylln but the treat oteni peqei fl tjaot. rod W: vu.bed it russ through no sai dreri ud L roJ~h ~ree bmllemte Our Csuatr a ad Our Nelghber.l This beaotiful publilatlon by John L. mtoddard, the famous Ameriean traveler and lertuer,. is now Issued in six tees parts, eob part contaonlaI sltens magalfonat bhalf-toue en. gravina ellght by eleven 1. bhem to mise, from photoorapbh of notable .trouotere, busy street moeaoe, and wondrtal views of nature's arobitcture in the Anmerteat. The Great Northern railway has secur d an edition of thi art work from the publeih era, and will foruiab it to friends and pat. ream at the mOre cost of bandling. Ibe parts will be delivered weekly at 10 seatn seal. and purehasereoon have she privilege of buying a copy of Graham's celebrated steal plate view of sNiagara Falls at one tenth the regular retail prim if thit fa mous predoetion. Agent C. W. Pails has a framed mouy of the Niagara pitutor hanging la the oity ticket oemo. and also bha a supply of part I. of "Our Coutlry," sad be uks everybody to call at tbie oflce sad ase them. Thee to certainly uothing more Instruotive than to read a gapht. deeorliptiu of some noted building, monu meat, iteet, sity, , Oataret or mountain, prticularly when the seens Is plote .d as Itftully amd grandly as sea aud art can do it. This work is an art treasury, and only needs to be Saen to be appreolated. Every patrIotio oltlisen is strnalthesed in his admiloaton and love of country by a preaoll of this book. There are no sand dmesert along the line of the Great Northern. It Is capable of Continoons etUlement from the great lakr, to 'lmget souad. Dust i. one o thbe ehlef nnua·noeq of a trans enotinental trip. but the (treat Northern Is eno tiel free from k the roadway l stune ballast. liarvos Lr.selrslon tho MOesteL For the above eoaurslons the (ireot Northern railway will sell titckets from Ht. Psul, Nlnns*poll. .and oeateorte trminals to Helens end all points east of KS Ispell and return at a rate of one lowest liret-claw fare plus $2 for the round trip. I lkete on sale Sept. II, 25 and Oct. U; oAnt return limit twenty daye from date of sale. Slop over pttivleges allowed on the oalg trip. (C. W. IPtrre. C.E. DUrTro, City Ticket Agent. G(eneral Ageul. ('leanllonse o travellug I. thl one this de sIred. 'larel by the roeat No rthern, andJo t wall be clman he dust ou thise lne ree.t hbl ted readbed We Are Now In Reoeipt of the Finest Stock of STOMES IN THE OITY. ' lol (i4 Wood arid Goal fileaters - ALSO - ..I4 r COOK STOVES AND RANGES S,;e NI. For Wood or Coal. 'WORLD Over we. MIW_.LOeN HARDWARE, IRON AND NAILS, S.,&-Z & House Furnishing Goods 0ori ALL IuNDS CLARKE & CURTIN. MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. 1i. 42-44 8. MAIN STREET oC CU TIN. JOHN C. . CUHTIN. ASK FOR TICKETS VIA ALBERT LEA ROUTE Jlinneapolis and St Louis JailvJay. -JIEBT LINE T''O ST. LO' 1S - . - --- =...-.- HOT SPRINGS CHICAGO . - =-KANSAS CITY CA L IFORNIA ___ A FOR LOW RATr,3 AND A TT OTTE LINOFOI ATION ADDRESS A. B. UTTS, ACTINO QEN. T. A P. LOT. MINNEAPOLIZ 8E AONV 1894. THlE BROADWATER C. B. GARRETT. MANAGER. The Queen of Hocky Mcruntain i1 .:th Resorts 1i't'ls sJ n !,,y u7 Music evory evenlnyj i.Iaz t .iii. u tr l !tram ivitr iiil. Lit, 'r Lights, Niatural I -los Waior. !i .I' uIi ul q t lOii L1. i. ..('.1 Ol ei * V and night Coiniort, e'orb ncj s pcrb 1 : I d' u ~ i cu4nmodations for Foamlios. AQUATIC, THEATRE. Aran~~ G'h " et Telb. 1* (t~t SA'wu II I I l iLath i: the world. Needh', , pruy, Vuplur and Turk~ Ls'hs bt i i.rjo u: Uei). 1RUbirnmL'. Uponx day and tIIgLtJI