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N4EW YORK-1G 'txtLh Av. 1tILELNA--Stth and Mala. We make such surprisingly low prices only because we don't want to open accounts. If you mean to pay your bills you may as well pay them at the time of purchase and save from 25 to 40 per cent by doing so. If you buy for cash at a credit store you are at the disadvantage of hav ing to pay the same price as the slow pay customers. If you have never bought of us try it once, and you will realize why store keepers wish us in Gehenna. The little Kitchen Necessaries run into money very fast-if they're not bought right. Here are some you can buy right. Special to-day: Solid steel cake griddles, un breakable, surface like glass, never burn cakes, new design No. 7 size. ................25c No. 8 size. .................30c No. 9 size .................35c Cake turners.............. Sc Paring knives.............. 5c Loaf cake pans............. 5c Sponge cake pans.......... Sc Jelly cake pans........... 5c Copper bottom coffee pots, 2 quarts ................. 15c Copper bottom tea kettles...35c There's no excuse for not hav ing a Hanging Lamp, when such bargains as this are offered. Polished brass Hanging Lamp, newest design, fitted with balance weight extension for raising and lowering. With 14-inch porce lain shade and largest size burner. Special today $r.7o. I'eople come tar to buy Cigars of us, because they know that 5oc buys here as many and as good cigars as can be bought in any cigar store for $i. Try buying of us once. You'll see that storekeepers tell the truth when they say we sell below cost. Isn't that what you want? Speckled Dainties, 50 for..$1.5o lloffman House Bouquets, 50 for................. 2.90 Upman IBouquet, 50 for... 3.cx> Standard Banner, 50 for... 2.5S Quincy, ioo for.......... 6.25 Key West Perfection, 5o for ............... 2.50 \Want a wedding, birthday or ;annivcrsary present and don't know what tobuy? Collie to us, au1( no matter how small your price limit is we'll find you some thing that will b. welcome, ac ceeptable and right in price. \Ve show the largest line of Boys' Express \\'ag('Is, \'eloci pedles, Whcelbirrout s andl IIorsc; e\ cr gaIthered uIIdcr one i woi in lonitina. '\ 0 ought to sec it loIn. F~ruit IDepartmnent: 2 5-Ih 1o\ Germtana prunis . .ý (;CI.I1.LII I prunes.', basket'L.. .. .. i Nt w \Yok C onicord gr;lpc:;, basketr? ................ ; Nc w Tu rk (. at awhai gr.Lpes, Ib;l ket( ................. .l (. lifornia gr.upc ......... .2 1 I'kay }rape.. ........... ,;. \Itisc it grapcu .. . . \lurotj o grpesr. .. ..... Rlu ogcI :ralwq, hit~k t . . . S y) -lib box 1l iitatta aplit s * 1.7 S3o-Ibl) bi. Hlft ravis ~ . 1.. 2-I io hN qtuinci .... . .ou 1 )i) h1) qulnte- I......... S 5 Sit tin toutaoet , lt. .... Ierstey sweeCt pittatoc'., lits ._ lFancy ciiniiais, di ti..... :o auo-1lb boxt.. pears........... 1.75it) 2u-Ib box pealrs........... .75 ALFRED BOY[R IS FREE. The statt Board of ParIony Con W~1)1 byov. Hirkardb' Ac Ion in the Matter. Ho Is the Moat Unfortunate of Mcii or u Grout VtIs1·n. The (l.vernor en4 floev4 Ileciarn (Maic Innaoeinet of trimmam Itjled Ui. WYil. leave Age. 'r'b. board of Vvrdons by a two-lthins voei ysteerdny ocullfi wl Ilia norrtionc of (joy. Iiockards inc grattnlc ierctive cieen tucy to Altred Iloyr, who it icrving a life sentence inlbs Ite, Der oI~1a pjrhleictlnry luo tLh warder of hlu wife. Atlorney (13n. oal HIsakell and Mwsoretapy ot tlal. 0,1,111 voted In fcavur of the pmtdom, end Slate Auditor Cook voted agcinst It. Abls case has attracted more than or dinary attention thrnoughout the state. The killing for which lioer was sent up from D)cer Lodge county on a life ssntenre or curiel in A,-,. To those fanilier with the matter it must seem that Itoyer I1 either one of the meet unfortmaote of men or else one of the worst villnins on the fees of the earth. He has had strong friends who bIelieved him gatltless of ortme, sad bhese friends have worked with tireless n rgay in his behalf. 'lbe story of the deed that sent Boyer to the penitentiary, as it was supposed, for life wause read with aiste'est ait over the state wbon it oeourred. Boeyr had been married no great while to a youns and pretty wife. The two seemed to Ret slona very well to gether until the wife beame ill. It weeas during this illness that she becae rome-- what shrewish and violest, so it Is alleged. One nlhts while Boyer was is the room with his wife ebe erabbed a revolver and threatenod to shoot him. ie took the gen eway from her, and jumped through the landew into the yard. Boyor's father, who was is an adjoinlg room uolap , beaed the noite and, hu'riedly dressing. he rushed into Mrs. Boyer'e room. Jest then, the yeag man same threoug the bonse and stopped at ,he door of his wife's room with the revolver I his heand. Aeoording to yonng Boyer's aseesnt, Mrs. Bores Jumped up sad sined the pistol with baoth bands. In the straggle whish fol towed the gun was diteharged and the bal let pierced the unfertusate woman's heart. The old man was in the farther end of the roam lighting a lamp, and be did not see the sheeting. Berer eald to his heorried father. "1 will now kill myself." Hits father ezelaimed: "If yos de so they will .eese me of having mrliered rem both.' oeyer answered: "* will leave a note so that yeo will not be harmed" The thor ouahly frightened old man left for the omaers, and Boyer west oat late the yard to kill himself, so he said at the time. Be for leaving the behouse t he husband wrote the following note and left it on the table: "I hilled my wife saend then killed myself. Don't do nythinb to father." When Boyers ot et into the yard his courage seemed to fall him and isetead of shbooting himself he went into the house and laid down on a loge bhoelde his dean wife. The ofleers feund him there asleep. In the trial that elleowed he at all times olaimed that the shootin wau e eidental. The Jsy before whom the ease was tried the rsl time bronubt in a verdilt of gailty of murder in the rst degree. The deLr.es obtained a new trial because p* asme .ew and important evidence. The evdense was the faot that Mrs. Boyer's alght ew-n --n powder stalned and bhrned, showing that the mesale of the gun had been enalesi her breast when the shet that ended her life was fired. Boeer was feoed guilty of murder in the second degroe en the second trial. The ease was tried before Judge Ualbraith, who now with the then pros euting attorney, W. Y. l'embertes, recom mends exeoutive clemency. Hiram Knowles, assstetd by John F. Ferbls. o Beite, conducted the defense. About three years aoe the friends of Boyer began to o take steps ewards ater. g.n a pardon for him. They have been on eraetlo in his behalf in all the enialag time, and have seoured hundrele of aseam to the poetition tfo- eeoutive elemeney. ieo. Rickards Is his letter to the board relating to Boyer's parden, saty: "A con sensas of opinion among those familiar with the eiroemetenles bearing on the ease is to the effect that loyer is being anjest'y unishabed, and that a grovloae w'ong is be. lug inflicted upon him. Among the papers hereunto nttaohed, and ti whoeh year at tention is resreetfally invited, le a petition which alleges: From credible and rel'able infomnation we are satisied that the kill ing was acoldental and not wilful.' L'bt petttlhm is signed by every member of the senate of Montana and by a large nom ber of the members of the lower house of the legislative nRsemble. Ntarly every eonty Ina the steto is represueted in this appeal for the pardon of Alfred Boyer. lion. lIram Knowl'e, who defended Borer in ouars, subluls it long statement of the ase freto the stendpolan of a Juralt and as an attor ney who enjoted thie conildenci of his client. lie is of the firm belief that Iover I shot his wife aooidentally, end that there was no criminal intent in the act. 1l. cites a number of etrcnmstanes rconnected with the case to wnrrant a shiong presump. tion that Boyer is being nljestly lonlnhed for the crime of mn der. and concludes his statements with a plea for his ptrdon." I here has been an earnest opposition to the effote made to se:ore a pardon for loyce. A number of well known ittizenu of Door Lodge county believe that IBoyer ii guilty of wilful mnrde . These people,. while not beving any personal feelnu.s gnanet B~oyer, are familiar with the facts of the cnse, and have opposed bhe pardon only on the ground that justice onthl not to be thwarted. A number of letters pro Sesting against the pardon we-a sent to emnmberd of the board. The fel:owlng Sore Pete- Valiton, i well known cItizen of Deer Lodge, to heoretay of 8tate lhot witt. i a fair sample of the others: "Dear Air: Our little comiunnity is .r,m'1 nt the action of (o.t. Ittekards i l,:rdonilu l4oyer. 'rhe groond of p-r onn as stated is not wrnrrntod by fahrts. I)r. .1itcLrll na.d many of our prrinlniioit oi.i lere, as wull as neighiors. who a familiar withl thu case, pronollle it the moat cold binoled. norulled for murder ,,ver perpe tratlo in tM1'-ntana. A transn- . t *f thi ,il lenoe of the oeese will mo'nvice your honorable ody to the fact that the prli orirt was ably defended. 'I lie verllc of the iury wse it surptsi to the Crirt and cunllinaiit. I frilly kiow thi monu, do not wash t o io hiim iitjutlie, bi ut uphold the sll rnlmeo of nor iowe I the eafeguard of oun social x.ietence." 11hAt Jut (tit Feeling With the exhilanrating sense of renewed hnalth rind strsncb Anid Interual clftul: nn',, wbir' follows the ii'io! y rip of Figs, iv inknown to thu' few who ho b. not t rniuruued 1o-eond tlt- old tins IuedICiunrs and 0.0 rhrip l, belitu(Ul l ynn~tlllln of. rer..d lint n.evr accepted by thu b, ll tu tort ued. Aaun uul htall of theumI ut~uluuupn. 'I he srand annuIl ball ot the Won.lunaa of thu world will take Ilse uuo. I'nlday eouiulult. lht. 2t, at the muduttruunu. It wull b ein keepinL with foruuse ule-lln. mealsi gven by this erl.,. Snnllnm I' me %13h 1% ardI I r~fui' t N. II, remote fromu lineg house In 140 Ilelrnigi Allnnr I'reftYC c No. P. Vylso nt I:Ut '.0cen I true,,,' .Mlne E'nnlpem V Ilisy e la t.Io for fInl and boralose in seOo uudJ hisaJ ajrilgt i(iBuuB. . .I11 , I N(+ A r ll I. I 'I , ,.. 'ihl e.tv, nlth selnl anne l e.ea on of the Lewis a4d (Clak e enanty Monday Hehu,.l conventionv will ie held in the'olr I eg tinnel church Nov. 17 and Ii. Neal Landay mornlloin Mv. J. II. ('rooker will deliver I etore le Tueltlriln roelgrer lion the address which he eently lrgave atl the National I alterlan ounfesenoo In iara Iloter ('no , the (levernor'e i1jarde' nrnek marksman, killed two fine rnotrtoln sheoep a few (iaye age while elatile In the mountains iround I lolr creek, near WIn - Iton. 'I he xeoutive enmmittee of the Women's ('apital olho will meet fllatrday rmorniao at 10 O'elOk at room 0; i, halley biloo. 'I h eao.riilttees on Iltlertor. bldges anld nCa. vasselt are requoeted to be o alltendance. Capt. Fik, I. H. Criley and Frank Igan are enjoyinlg a boat In the ranges unrrth of H-elene. The g*eatemen are after bill gamo. and they will uiedooltedly get a few deer before they retorn from hIe moon nlain. Judre Iock dismInsed the jury resterday in the nase of S Iil. I 'gerton ve us0 '. (. Power and Jae. RPollivan. and gayt jn.g ment for plaintiff ae prayed for. ieore dismisslnl the aiea the conrt refnelo to admlt thinU esern amvade4 answer. ('has. F lshw., the well known etalg drlver. was thrown from his coach aend quite severely Iejured. Wednesday. while drivin on the U nyno Ferry road. Iii was badly bhnrlsd and is is fearel Ibht be nstailned nlaeratl Injultle of a somewhat sericnas natlnte. The teowards of tI. Pl'a's Miethodil I:l.esopal h.areh, under thie leadersbi, of Ilev. Jr. Hrne., arc makiklp a arnat offrl to pya of the $9iI.UJ IndelItrdnelss uf tho rherob. They have met with very sintlsfe tory soueese thas far, having raised bty sub serlpllon over half of that amount. Ite W. C. T. lI. of Hfelena will give a reoeptlnn at A. ( ('larke's reeldlence on Moath ltd..ny street this evening to thu delegates aid friends of the a:nee. Ibe programme will conlstl of masti and reatta. lions, seleetions br Mesdames lrru.y, Feoat sal Adanls nd the Misses Atehin son; alse Profe. Nanvar and Weber. Missie Feldberg and D)eVre will reelte darlng the eveanig. The Conugregatlonaslitt of Helera have eroared, for the neat three month,. the servlens of the tev. UIr. C(aper, the *mt nons Eigllell divine, who Is vasitnu hist part of the west. D)r. Cooper will occupy the putrlt at the (C'nsregatloatl church at the Congregational church at both Srrvices -net Bn-day. He espeots to leave before imny months for Plymoathb Eagilad, as his vacation will soon be ended. The Helena presbytery oeoeluded n mos ucecesftul three days' meeting yestorday. The morning and afternoon sesilons were devoted to holinese. The devotionsl ecxr eles na the forenoon were condooted by Rev. J. M. Dongline, of Miles City. At the poular mrating in the evemn ing or. It. H. i)o0sldeon, of Iozesonn., addroesed a large aedienee on "nlatitutional chrobhea." After the address a rroeption to the mem bers of the presbytery was riven at the church by the Preehyterinas of the city. The ehoreb parlors were crowded and a very enjoyable eveningl was spent. averyoea Invited To call and ses a complete lau o obhina gleaware, lamps, si'verwara, ate. Priocs to suit every pares. 1Bet goods. Iowoet priore. F. J. EDWARDsa, Park Avenue. PERSOINA L. John Stedman want to Ballin yesterday. Uao. E. Boos alms over from Maissoula yesterday. Mrs. W. H. Orr roturned last nolght tom a visit to Asgneti. B. U. Campbell, of Ashland, Oblo, pOesed through the aity yesterday on his way to ilavre. Mrs. F. W. Wright, who has been very ill, was reported as somewhat Improved yesterday. F. E. liradbory, a po: alnr conductor on the Butte short line, with headquarters at Boaeman, visited Helena yesterday. J. r. Woolman. Cal. W. F. S naders and Jldge N. W. Mc(connll left yesterday for Bltte o o apital enamptgn business. Miss May Cathbe*t, clerk to thb board of prison commiseloners, left on 'I'ueqdiy for Los Angeles, Ca'., where she will spend several weeks for the benefet of her health. Cornellus Hedges. J. U. MaJor and W. D. Smith loft yesterday for Hozeman, where they will seeltS In tb lanstallation of ofleers of Zonal chapter, Royal Are, Ms sons. Morris Kjllogg and wife. from no.th western Iowa. parents of Mrs. John H. Miller, arrived yesterday and will visit ia lieleon next month. Mr. Kellogg ia a easelo of Col. W. F. Hander., thy being raised in the same county in New York. Mr. Kellogg Is very favorably Impresead with Helena. This is his first trip to Mon '1 os. E. Adame. formerly private seare tart of Peter ItBnna, wa wei for years In dian agent of the !Flathead reservation, arrived yesterday from Missoula, where be had been speoding several days. Mr. Adams Is special agent of the treasury de partment in Alask, ana is now oa hli way to Washington. tie Is a man thoroughly posted on Alaskan aft are, and can to t k en tertatainnly for bhours on that great n ,rtb eran onatry. Arrvagst at the Ormran rE"ntr&l. Joe bin I,., lutt. (tiy Jbu tlhontiold. Ana II t.l o ..it Auacluua ctada ieq, I. tionIL. inu'ai o (I) K lly. Cljb"a zo II. John Xhto, in tmoni J M t,oodwia. halt , u. 1 aa Iy Jarunl rTaylor. Hf lon Jr. O~k... ,dary:,vlllo iller Miss Iarlbia Michell. \V It l'.tr.. lb 1w.. .Uarys~ita tet, N Y F 1', 1 'ntlhiry. llor-P. I. W oelch. ( hteicag iiiu A 1) J ýnkiun. Ioilo..w Tl..at F'agan. East Idimhi' l(olLV.n ol ei~ewinlor. I v M huokitin. Inonn ligrtru Jno. t' Illlon, kM. W s Irdletiai. I'm zuarok ver. tI John DLully. ittll Joan2 Nh·e,.iau, hEva May N K , e'a , Nlhliga Mine Wmn Wakenman, JrOh- K I a'es, hI\ou'I, kosh. tt I. Miehi 'mA i I .b. lug .lulhr Mi.a EIl Gordon, Mi., Ague, Val.hIl ow-. Ls I tto bltown Johu I n sIou1, wolf J Mh Ileaor. ;I I.I, C reek J I' Ilithlu . I j.,nrk l~oo ~iwards I ewin .1 hI hilicee. Whit$ub- t wn tilt r p.r ug' A Mic iillnry. Ilute Joh.In Kribg-'r. lb.Llliuge i ityV Ihou I ukrtaci city Joli ,;ror, t. ro II t l ot t. I. listn A rrlva' aII, Rb Z~e . n.n tIlrr n .n I' htotvei1. h1it I'I, "";o t.It, ,,b,. it 1 u I lyI nd 1 4"1 n t, 1 , 1'e 11 i a" vlite, \lo r -tout. , .1 1 I I I t, i It. . I oi j I': ICrJ'lle, :,t I,. .1 1 I" ' t it ('111111 I A I ' Iht kn t 0 It I I .r It.' i t,1 ,-I _ Ian]. - /- 11'. etit I ,wn, ohd UnIh.t Opens Ifit. amugnulaIn. Buntts wen hear.l fn. un lost night. In no unci aitin way lid the ion I ro~lo '! thc gr,.utrut mnutiuu cvnp on n It' .'Iuyuee tIutr I. p ,vnl of Iliolnn for tit uspitni. 'Iile were ttnonsulg of pueupln ut thu. s!rBit m0111144 nuetili. Ihlue uraunticnlly lululul tIuH (flheit'III unlltll. I tuu .II of pueuu r erfy etilhuiifun.'lVll alouuturu for It "Irnu' fur the u'nritni, auudl Ih1.uusu Ii are chue Iue,· Arnba'la fur the finiat ur'ft no earth. N owoindr the. p*nple nen etlhtlh tirt rip wendter they *hohuut (uur \ renh.. flour mckee the I UhuC, wiuttit id ii true hr tend In ilia wnrtIl. lviti lu' ly beuw. It. I'vvry tni, Conit it. n -uvervhuu Ike IIk. It. Tlor may ha it dill ruun of .]1-.uu I nuniuruit:m nnwter of liven me tu whi y thee11-1 muL fuit:l grit uuf ýnuy s untl otuf &lnunhin al "uihi hue, hutt anming the w mmii altmr.n ther m tn dlii l( of opItten as Ie whib Is the beat fluent. They i'1 ear. Arabella reel jim lit, aýrue qluug? mu. i~nhr fir'c umumu pemr jarul al 1 i.. if te ~ii.'tn l Ily t.dg.n \,v. 47J, 1. 1. 0b. M"", 1. , "rv IFi 1%, nl IlI PýII" ' Ilnll tI ' ,,ýim j. lulnurnin LI iott t. II I .~~u11 I% v z....rrud. t.A. l t~I1 I'\SN N U. AKIl -L it V. IlIh a,%' ', turotary.. A iulk Clerk Slisllj ctedl (f I I . , il y s i, 1ii, ' l ii I , i Il N ' If : h1 T . Ia l . ., it 4, t h, i i i ,' r I ll ,1,, - hI, It ' ~ li , , ,I, gi)rl sifr nh n l t iii I 0. nI ui/ hMidway Cash Market, ,r Itr 1 aI n'g1, ra t' t o I n i '. C. II. AUTHIE & CU.. PII(JI'. hu I ii i ,. IvirI . t1 all t,, . ..t'h ' ,Il %L t e ,, tr 'i ul,' ti |n -h * 1. 1 ' tt,L a Midway Cash Market. Iiroad alWa, Next to I'eotntmtre. C. If. AUTHIEtI < CO., i'It l'. t- I to. , i, lr o a t I sIol Iea " ih., o A NE' CAIRRiAG1 For $5 by Using Neal's Ready Mixed Carriage Paints. Dry quickly and !Harl, with 1Beautiful Varnish Glos. Parchen-D'Acheul Drug Co. TONN'S 18 South Main Street. Iillinery ald Fancy Goods Reliabilityt. Tradel Honesty- that's th prmncdplo on which we ask an I merit ratro'mae. We heri snit r'ci.ioal fromp ?A.w Yorfk aother .bijwntu of hue PATTERN IIATS Flcgantli trinied and all of the very lat ~t decigoc, (Cl~i l .lout am~t 1i-tiui r .Irrt judCah In la 'all ue our equal iln r, gaud to stylo and pIOce d. is, nut vicst in ILleul. I ,:iu! "2t11 &t lto lu r aelR d t, our ii, unrr 'cInigt ('orsaml a4 i.,c. in lHack, drab aud creia. H. TON N, NHId to h ie nm~Z Joeheyl (b0 Esilietical and P'ractical.' W u isplay tho fIne-t lulu o' Wall 1 'it u an Ulll Ml~uLidlip- evo! -eel! u t i ,t ty, WVe su', ted din beautify. ii; 11ho 1icuo, III Imit-'tviuJ ytil cue rfllrneeI of tl In-d. aii iiio ke. Interior U.e, ur~it 111n ; t llt tip'1! l to thO td; tes of ;1I1 a ,.r - 1 . ittlefield& Co t rating, SAMUEL K. DAVIS.! r, )T UR tifl 4'IL (131L, * I n~f~ t1.l u w ril.l1. i*heim (roll ul a low flur.'. 20 and 27 Bailey Block. 'I-N YOUIR 1 TIME' ·Y l' l\1 A lVY - ;( 1I( \ 0 ;h turn to lit 1.r 'hý1 t I iu i a 11 1111 u 1 11 (11 arlI.J1 r111.11 SI i+i,1, i' *A.u XEbS. X ES. , I1 1.1 A i 1 1, I'ý I.I - I(:;I> I'E-hF ECT' DUOIJII.E-BIT AX IS .oc EACH. I (v y Iu E. u 'e :1 I, AR C A. M. HOLTER HARDWARE CO. IHardware, Stoves, Tirtware, (.I MINI I I t IH, HAW.L II'(IWIU0 ( i A I:' GARLAND AND JLWEL STiIVW ANi.' RANGES .kIi JL.T<NAl~ L, 101 t `I'A IIJ\ A. TEN DI ] I 'IFOOT SUE-F. S-H- O S dmif2t A TENE1 1A~Ord to seldom that they wont gnt fet-an* when Ill v wo~n I i w'w&I say 1N. M5' i., fac~ae h~ra WORN OUT tthoe e l~oill he *perdil r mtirnd froyr, irtia' e.MviO 1tirai s otre ltifl s~attrin nor %befhhSS there's comfort --and all who, w'.-r it-hm ' ba rn nay v est peaarn , jrpeem,ea (*ands and pri.r~ to fit every puni." anid ;.ockett ook. CLARKE & FRANK MON TANA SHOE Co. WE ARE MTH:CTLY iN IT ;WHIEN IT COMES TO Trimmed hlats. THE LATEST IN ISS IITT THE NOMTBIEST Ghildren's ' Novelties Grandon Block. J-lats AND Gaps CornorSi.And Wlrrout. and Shades OUR DRESSMAKING DEPARTMENT HAS NO SUPERIOR. Removed- W. J. HARTWIG II av r.tn'rn. \ ' ( h n hii pie. fromu..ndper th.. Mot to u ?',ltt~ual Banlk to~tho Il1to llort1 1Irrl-1~ ciwvs balIh.. In. ,oDinrrttohl witlh tbru tarber .hI'i' urlunor patrons Cr avvrOJo to call at Pw u w~ PURR! ER, \Vii liFnen" , ". I" PN Ih .!iiuy altf^ Tburs,1u\-, U, Lul c: .i NIG11'1' SCHOOL BJEcINS MOtNDAY, O(1. R. 7F4CHti Bonhbhcgiau Slinr 'ýý,ill1 'T 1,,,ý" I,+ Iul., l~ll"lInl" au" n!I .I 1 : . ·1·1·! Bk2ýý 11 r S!i· 2. 1 wI II r' ..: N a ii "11"'111 1 ' I" ' . 1' . I 1 " 'I.I i ii l , it I 1 1111 r 11ý ý 1 ." . I 1 1 l i . Iý 1 1 1 ý, 1' ' ý 11 11· ·Il r ý REMOVED., lb t i, i i oIl 1 The Old Internationa I ' I he A n p tI l I n * , ti II I % . I s ur. 11.116 ir.- $ 1 hai 1 p, uiK In l"11i L (.,,t. 11'1( i 1nc r,,, Iui 111i1 ts r fln r iiiflhi t," 1'. in i 1 1 '.t , \li i.e'. t,. I *t. elst s I*UVI( 'IIAIhI:N('E1 . CiiN. I',, 116 1UWII.t U1L 35 S. MAIN 35 THIS WEEK Lo & Bro's. The Only Cash Clothng Stoge in Helena Iu)l . .... . . . o 50C I11 < In It V 1 l 1 I l " , .,l . ;vmc iats anI llsUiao, \1 1 ', t 1I tll u l.1, til .l I ( 0. s. MAIN i 15 S. nAIN 35