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* *4* Vm~ Py lght 134, biy laenheller, Johnson & ltanhelhler. A~ l the sensible talk on senellhle s~,hnol M frocks, In which wv indullglaed lait a let It not Islulrrlis,' oII w In ylou forth on a clenlt winta r nlorlitli to lady walking with a most dimure Shnditvidual, clad in ia rich blengallne .it., ftur.trimmetl, with ric.h \'.nlyked l at neck, and a hute wunnet atlnmost mIai the 11ttle facet. You i ill wondller Sthe senn i is displayedl. .\h! it is -bemeath. The dartlInt n... t etill be usly sattlred, when the) g~o out with War maama.. thoI Olak for the very litl I' one, h1er A ailx or eight years oll la c ry ,tain ald often very elaborate. It is of the corded faille or other slik of lilat ty. It has a dit'i" colol. tlatl, cut in I-keL, of the silk, ital ut ,r it falls ShUther 'andyked , ollar. In tare l'c.. A Mlool edling of mink or ermilne edges the 46o collar as well as the nectk collar anI SletRveao . Or there alr two , olhl ." of heavy silk, the lower one. ound; the ,,, one, which falel qulite as long, tolt lto points. The lower one has an eai.g. 't f lie point de \'Venie;: and the upper i· tilmmed with bands of fur laid be. each point. from the neck down, a a mall fur end finlshing. Aatkher dainty cream bengallne has ellcars falling in full godets all around that the delicate pink silk lining is vial The upper collar is only an inch or i, shtrter thau the lower, and each tIs Swith mink. lBetween the mink Iu a marlow edging of beautiful lace, bctt. *' .>~ *c '*. AN EIGHrEEN YEAR OLDER'I XMALI GOWN. o platt of course, Is laid. The collar Is ade of folds of the white silk, with a .Ige bow at the neck, Intertwined with From ten to fourteen the little misses wear more subdued colors. A handsome brown coat is ornamrn.ted. with iblack brald crescents that follow the nlieure of the materiaL Its trimmings con.,list of jat, shoulder revers, that lland out very straight, and are overlaid with two halnds each of deep yellow irac'. Tih' r'.vers, sleeves and collar are edgedl with s.:hlie. Another brown coat, whoia nmait',rial is woven In a heavy rib, has thi cntrl* of the back laid in a dousilihl. Ilsat that spreads as it descendsi. Its 'collalr or shoulil der trimming-and th;at I1. th, onll thing of note on the chilll's I,:lt I.. ii I I h ' .l Ipe, very short. filllini in It ox-tplnut the middle of the biack. plain in frint. an ilt up over each sihoill r, . sii that I h." sleeves have full play :n'' a;ini ills hi. tween. On the i..al aiu'. ' I ,lIlnts of heavy lace. The i'cap.' Ir i~a'.lI wilth nar row Persian lamb, atlmil 11h sth ll 1 is ii htceled with the sari..'. The coats of the is hilllcl l rit ,' luit a - the dresses: lult.. ],'ig I .I II, 'N . ii''. with deep iapells, ,hot l' f,.llnll s it s",,t "lIats, and trlinmml I lih I .iga-.lq tl hool Died with tbight lia'l silk. The chillrn's in, I * L u ,. . ,, i nI 'droo ping. T'll Ir er' nit I'ii till , n1 .r Iih, lit t le f a c em h e l. w PI ' r 1 ,' '.," t1 i : l i.h ' \ are m alde Iinh t ' i ill or 1t . ,,I-, il. I s I$" sahboriately (tIisi 'I. A 'I. 1I' tIli s't one iwill suff iI. 11 ,I 1, - iil, . i :ll 1. n has a .Ices b.n111 ! nIofth of I. l ; 1!.,1:1 0D1 1. w llr t'e l l' I . 1 t t 11 "1 1.i ,1" .I til,., : 111,1 toi .l lh. r!. ti :lt raI ' 'il ', . t I II . . n ,. I , ' Then, ther' is is l Iii' p T I ' out of hhit, I ', ' ' i u i il; t f .: , , I. I.t l I . I i 1, tors. th :li 1.E r . I I . 2lil 0 '!. sl' l) , ' , ii , 115 r ni. ~ I I :int ,l t he ,1r " ' Ii l ' tl n i " !. t1 ri.1ch, ts ,lw I Ik . krI . l. l .I, I.I COW)f r:' .' " . ; I fur 4,ur. I frd ,' or ýri ,'t. r i o ~r".n ",' i. with ,., FIII I ir, ne I * " 1 1 I. L.. grle'.uttr It fit' v I . Is I. lruwl Iiat " I tI for III. ililit i I , pint, 1011-0 I'..1,. " ii ri '·ni fit bru tl I1 0 F i i I I l t n f Il l Iir ItII. 1 v I II . hii RUI1IS~II f ~hit iito n' Ii''' III· bllb. rt 'it clii'.,. V.1 iu hr ,I I'.. I' I. I ,-S IuII Ifor flII' II'' I 'I i 1'. ' 1 'IV ., ylu rt h t luthW t'- h I "r I' ' , p'II r' t'. I IoI Sall n'ual dl ru I "I I .u "I. I 'll -I ' , J. *101'OSC lot· ·iI' I .I1~1 i·i '· a ..·~~~ s I tbrfle. the (hriptliri c.o l.r il r * h UPUSIII' Of it jotI·. 'Ilk sIlk. ( 1 it .rCu I tny i r AI lb.Id by -.Irljilir' a ts matfllihl in L t'itt I , tt' with il. i t i* o atthe tt~f vh le v r cnir, lv. ;I I I,...t ~ te llto r or oi. . I Ii ' .,rn Ia ,llnri, r ardti w trhpcul with n1 hl, "n1 0.0 ý " M M r ''.11 figuree of black. The all lIavenr sillk, with satin stripes and small empire bout qulets, are also being ordered In large quantities. The young girl, however, is having the prettlest of all the dressee. The color to pale bhte, if it is at all becoming to her, and the paoh,r and softer the better. She softIens the effect till more with black vel cat lool'. indt look moust charming and girlish with her hair waved each aide of her face, and tied loosely back with vel vet ribbon. The style pictured ts quite or talllnl. The material ia a liberty satin in ini.est blue with a tiny stripe which runs round, and pointille with hblack between. The bodice and skirt trimmings are all of moutellinl e ldesign of the same asure, tint. ti Is laid In loose folds, handkerchief If.shio.ll, about the neck to form a yoke .\\ hih i.s landed by a narrow piece of the arla Itelin. each side of the bust, Is a full puff of the gause. FProm out of the ;athered %eitvet belt, which ties In a short Ibow at the sie,. fell two scarts of the mousseline, gathered an a bunch at the tot loin, aitiIn Illnished with a velvet bow of cshort loap, aed three long ends that reach quite Ito the bottom of the skirt. These e.nrft are very striking. falling just ilo front of! the hills. LSmall butterfly bows in blhttck. uIre evrol'ywhero.-two in each el Iow pulff. Onel each side of the yoke, and imong the uailnty locks. c'hrietmut erve gowns for th hildren are .nylsl'h awl captivating. B t. very short frocks, all puffs. are caught down lith t wisted ribbon effects. TheF ribbon effects are the prettlest part of the little Iresses. One has its very short yoke out lined with rose satin twists, edging the neock as well. and fronl each side of It fall llng lools and enlds to the bottom of the knee skirt. Another has a crush collar of American beauty pinks, and long butter-colotl d lace points hanging from it. all around the waist. They fall several inches below the belt, held In by a belt of the velvet that is dotted here and there with chouxu Choux are also placed just over the shoul ders. A still softer effect is all In white: white choux below the collar, each side, nestling among white chiffon: satin twists pro rceding therefrom to tne belt; a satin twist for a belt; and beneath it other twists dangling all around, each finished with a formidable satin choux. Hlow do you put on your veil?-if you wear one. It Is wide and long, and must )( arranged with care to give it the cor re"t droop. If you do the proper thing. there are a few inches gathered right In the .cent,"r of the top edge, and this Is laintily caught with a fancy pin to yo'r v, lv\t hat. ltoih ends are also gathered, an, therefore you have no difficulty In atrlhing them together evenly. .A hat to matn h each costume Is the o)rdLr of thl lay. It sounds extravagant. bil Ileein't II. if you have ('lever fingers, anml an fashion ai flutted brim of double vi'l\,'". Thl" bi rim is cut rather unevenly on Ith. inillde, amin tih little Jags and ilea s ticking ott ar' caught together to formll the miniatlre 'rowln that chilly win elr mnlllle 1 Ii ,5511 ry. 'rhe trlmming Is a few vilvet loops at the ilde, a hit of fur, a heal falling over the hack and a small bird in front. The fan that you lazily yield must he an iunuirl,, to 1be strictly In vogue. It Is not lair.,. oHl. has its sticks run with nar iuw iubon,i or else It is painted after the tf hion of I;mpire dIays. El:VA A. S('III'BERT. A Delightful Trip. Via anlt TLake awl Dnver to Chicago no'! t ii, eat. A .lip In the great Salt !..l.." or a few days' visit at )4aiuitou Sp1rring.` situat.'d at the foot of P'ike's I' a iI Raiotu lbe equai.ed ci this coati I ,ijririn *1Ini~nc ear rnoite. 1''r rates. .tIat thi, I nionr l'a itt ot~lse, No. Waini street, I1~na it. U. Wilson, P'assenger Agent tt tIron .f .c' tintl ,.Oa kid tinily Anti,1 M1 tii· 'lly atut I. fttttnt ait the' IBc ive. `ý ivI\ · fly.. \"cent.. will buy a suit of m ' ." I'a of heavy ribbed fleced H ',I1 :.aga. ~ Ii, #1.141 M suit. it tti. JICo TIh' rU! ;'. n0', ,:In'l (it Ser along the I~i I) ii .;.- tt rn. It is cap abte I'i-i it RIn irtl It urn the great TO THE YOUNG FACE Pozzoni's Complexion Powder give fresher .h:rn t ,, t th old reneweCJ youth. Try it. . 11 \ hw N ".h' iLi in . , ''. i. . ' n it I, , ' . i i . I ' i, I. . l n i.l i, l irt it at ti h a I s it rm h r l iItt kicrat.tt l. x ,1 1tlt'6'. 4 tl t I'.1.: w 1 ll31 h i - Ma i\ANT I t: . I' l*in: atl. tIin gilan tl I II. ttt' it:-.t Hit ,', it lil It t. mlI n Hil ' tiin', tyt , ." I. ,11 -,.i ..l, i A , n'Irn no t ,hl:111 I r . inr t'l ;, t,' i7w1 i ln r'I i 'n l s .'shir In pr at' \J'NIu I h l:( I IH : :l'I1'lll ,.r 'l n 'll x " +.,II ,n l h ,hu".1. 1. . N . I l, h*,Ilori , k lldallon, New York. Yor'k. Dyspepsia Mrs. Judge Peok Tell Heow She Was Oured Sufferers from l)ypepmI should read the Itl lownlg letter from Mrs. R. M. PekL, wife of Judge PIoek, a justlee at Tracy. Cal., and a writer seouOted with the Assoelated Press "By a deep eouse of gratltude for the reat heltll I have received from the use of Rod's lrsalearlll. I have leei led to write the folluw. lug stement for ithe heneit of aluerers who ,ar beo slellarly · itowlt . For t. Yorm I have bec a great slerers from dy ellpsi an Heart Trouble. Aleelt everythiag I ale wonid dstress me. I tried dltferit treiatmel sad medletaes, but falred to reals. relef.. Tw al valled upum me to ry o arla. prst bottle I heupi 1 om , tnsul taktn It It di me so musn eo that my friends sieke ofthe Impwve I have reelved suel g neat b rolm it It Oladly Reemmneed It. I now have sa exoellent apeUtie and no.thi. I at ever distresses me. It also keeps up I' Hood's Cures ss i mtornu h. e its. ra.e I. d • l~y, ( torol. Get 1I8YrUt Nood's PiNk are hand made, and pmIe It proporonl and appearance. U. a boa. HERBERT B. REED & CO., MONTANA BANK. 11-tIerom 4 dd otet t q $ s enly 1eo eae . westen e .--a' m.n 3e.lw W. I. Cook. Proprletor. IM dwards Utreet. Telephone NI -WANTS Woman cook for boarding house, In city; N. Waltrom for city; pa board and room. Man and wife, witb no children, for min Lni camp0. UN Trunks to store at en a month. ALSO, ring up McCall's oil wagon for Elaine. by cuase or can; bulk oil end lgaso line in any quantity. All telephone calls up to mix p. m. promptly answered. RITI'ATIONS WAN'K AI-KMALIL WANTIED-Work by the day. Call at 316 Joliet street. SITUATION WANTED-.By girl to do sec end work or take care of children. Call 21 Park avenue. COMPETENT YOUNG WOMAN desires position as housekeeper, city or coun try. Address P. O. Box 1160. SITUATION WANTED-By girl to do gen eral housework. Address 4 Pine street. SITUATION WANTED-By a first class cook, to take charge of a kitchen, hotel or restaurant. Address A. V., this office. WORK WANTED-To go out from home; wages moderate; no washing, but cook ing or up-stairs work. A. Independent. WANTED-To take care of a few rooms, by a lady living home, or to assist with housework or baking. A. Independent. SITUATION WANTED-To assist in k"tchen and learn cookery; wages small; Address .L, this office. COMPETENT COOK wishes to run a boarding house in a camp, with her boy, 18 years old, will work for wages. Ad dress 118 South Howle street. WANTED-.ituation by a colored wo man to do housework. Address or call 10M N. Ewing street. WANTED-Situation by a young girl to do light housework or second work. Wages from $15 to $3. Please call at 51 Pine street. WANTED-A woman Just from the east wants place as cook in first class fam ily. Address H. V., this omce. WANTED-Situation to do second work or as chambermaid, city or country. Please call 121 Jackson street. sllt'AlTlO.4 S¥A.TEU- ALbit WANTED--RltuatIon by coloreP, man anim wife in private family. lan 'o oarlch. noan, ha.! experien.Pe; woman. Irlt -.aIHas c',ok. lileash call for or aIltlr,"M .ln nllq'l A la;nly. at the lhlenla National banIk. WANTED--Colored man wants position as coachman or any kind of work. Eix perlence and good references. 104 N. EIwing street. A MIDDEI. A(hFDI MAN lately from the east desires a situation in grocery store; understandsrll horses thoroughly, can write sund talk EInglish, Fr.ench and Spanish. Inqulrr, at Windsor hotel, .Main street, i1 lrena. WvANTEID--A position as salesman, or iiwould terpt any position where the ,ee lues of a good rustler is needed. Am willing to work on commission. T. B. D., ndeJpendent oflir'e. FOR It ENT--DIWLT I.1 (HL FIlR RENT-HlIo)use; ll RSouth Ileattie street; six rootns, hath and furnace. 1'r'., including water, $15. t'illt tlRENT -f'urnilhed house; modern ltn povemes.lH, for winier. Apply room 41, Montana Ilank btllling. iHl;lliERT It it;I*;I) & ('t).. Montalnai ibank, hav' 1t1" largest rent, sale and trad, list in ithlena. 44 I.l, i AN rBu- K MAL fr. 11ANTI:l> A girl for housework. Aplly :3 Ninth 1\ eInue. w\ AN'l.; I11 OI.l to 1do general houso. awk, t ki cooking: oodl w'ag'sn to 4o01m p, t, lt rirl. Apply .irs. I. /lann , 1ll N. I: , i i str't et. \WANTED-l'ushing " anvasser of good ad. Iertas; liberal sl in ani 4lll ' ,lp'nI n pIitd e,.'kly; permnanent niltlion. Blrown litus. I,, Nurs.irynoIn, I'n" t.Linl, ()rr'gon. A.\ 1ll:i'l IN - in lnrv or conmlssilon to In triduuc our ngool. to thl. trade; peTrma Inint positionn, staple line, fast sellers, hig Irotlts, pleasatnt work. Address with stampl, King Mfl. Co., D. E0, Chicago. FOR sI T-_MlRnlaHl 0 "*" FOr R TN-Irurlathed rome kslta hor housekeeplnl or roomer1l lA 6 l. a aveonue. as A. kth"- a vL·U .1.A MMIYti WANTEI- Three or four furnishe4 rooga for housekeeping, complete. Inquire H.o tel Stockwell. WANTlCI-Young married couple deire three room furnished house on east side. Address N. S. T.. this office. WANTEID-.000 for five years at eight per cent Initrest; will give 10,166 worth of real estate as security. Address Iea ot11. Helena. WANTEI-AII kinds of furniture and household goods. James Twitord, North Main street. WANTEl-Pupils In French. Mile. May. ronne will meet her Saturday molning French class at the auditorium every Saturday at 11 a. m. A few more pupils can be accommodated. TulUon. per month. M lSBCLLA l SOU.I FOR SALIC-One good express wagon. Ad drees Box 90.% City. MISSBB RAY ROCKMAN will take pupils in physical culture. speaking voice tech. nilue. 703 Fifth avenue. FURNITURE FOR BALIE at half Its value. James Twlford, North Main at. MISS E..RTRtt!D HARRISON will re ceilve pupils in voice culture; Italian method. No. 613 Hemlock. west sede. LIFE INSURANCE-Policies loaned on or bought. F. O. Chesney, Kansas City, Mo. MASQUERADE SUITS at Mrs. Werth's. Ill Broadway. 11). PAL.R--RIAL EaTATI. IIANc'H. 3.300 acres, fenced; fifteen miles ditches; i.0M acres good grain land; well improved and fully stocked with cattle and sheep; wl!l sell all or partnership. cheap. Herbert B. Reed & Co., Montana bank. Orris Employment Agenoy, I: hearthe Miaa ! Telephonese0J -WANTgD, Five coal miners. Woman cook. Marysville. Dining rom girl, city. Woman house keeper, with child, for ranch; good home. Will cash time checks. One Harris piano for sale cheap. Bedroom suit for sale at a barglan. A. H. WIENER, EBlyinelt ual BIe htate cy. Aoeet kMaookv emnn liashadmai. an amn a LLwremsa - 'elapLeae t.d Girl wanted for second work. 19 lots In original townsite for sale; $100 each. 30 lots in Easterly addition for sale cheap. 7-room modern house, on Third street. gfr sale for 1,000 less than cost. Wood for sale at 38.75 per cord. Leading Hotels of Helena TB BHELENA. L A. Walker, Manager. Elevator, Iteam Heat, Electric Lights. Rates $8 per day and upwards. THE GRANDON-EUROPEAN HOTEL A. R.' atee, Manager. Ceantally leooed. ine sample room for onmmerclal travelers. Electric care ,o and from depot every fifteen minutes. A cafe in the building. Regular meals in connection with hotel If desired. THE GRANDOW CAFE, Under the Grandon hotel Erickson " Cavanaugh, Props. The beat dining room in the city. Home cooking, home delloacles. Board by the day or month. THE BROADWAY HOUSE. 317 Broadway, Helena, Montana. First Class Rooming House. Has neatly furnished rooms at reason able rates. Steam heat, electric lights, all modern conveniences. American and European plan. Dining room in connec tion. First class tables. Boardl $6 per week. Special rates to regular boarders. MRS. C. II. WOOD. THE WINDBOR HOUSE. P. A. Olnchereau, Proprietor. A first-class hotel on the American and European plans. Steam heat and excel. lent accommodations. Rates $1.26 per day and upwards. KTOCKWELL.-Is the name of the new hotel recently opened to the public. New ly furnished and fitted with steam heat, electric light, electric call and return bells: in fact all the modern improve. ments. Centrally located. Warren etreet near Broadway. G. A. Stockwell. pro. prietor. ARLINGTON ITITL DYER & DIOUGIITY, Proprietors. Fireproof building and one of the l rgeet In the city; all modern (onrvnlienceM. cen trally located on Main strert. li, tril cars pass to all railroad depot*; an exc:ellent table. Rates, $i.25 to $1.1) Ipr day. Nos. 411, 413, 415 Maint street. TIII BRISTOL Finlay I'rqulhnrt, Prop. Strictly first class, With cul:, Mtenrm heat, electric light, and elvator .ervl ,. All street cars pass the door. Cornurr Main and State streets. ItEST COTTAGIE Mrs. C. M. Kellogg calls her loarding house, at 29 North ienton a.irui,., Rest (*ltagpe. It It s l ipproprttlntIv n:,nl,..ll . Our frienlds will lind it a dllgthtil pii lie to Iat a meal or l,eond UL f.,w 'law, or to tmlk Ia p, rmnlent home. ller I. rlns are vet y reasonablje. Steam heat. TIHE PALMER HOUSE. J. 0. It. Sullivan. Prolprltor. Cetntrally located, with r",I.rni eon, venleninces. lirst class ac"nmullll.iatlons for trannrllnts, at I'rea!uuaII rates. Hll.a.duaart.rs for mlnlng; n'In Mlain street, foot of (rand. lIler.a,. Ml,,nt. TIHE IROAADWAY CAFE. )Denver Block. The mont centrally loeat,!l f;rnlly res taurant In the .fly. Easy ofr , ,as and the table is thw best to b,. I1,,,IId alny. where. Terms very reasonutl, In a transrontlnental lourt.y tnothing cant keep out of the cars th,. vil, nrl ash or alkali dust raised by the whill of the passing train. ullt the Great Norllltrn is entirely fr*.* from this annoy.n.w., it runs through no sand desg.rts and It roadbed Is ruck ballasted. * BABCOCK'S. .. USEFUL .. XM7RS GOODS Neckwear UNDERWEAR Silk HOSIERY HANDKERCHIEFS GLOVES NECKWEAR SILK HANDKERCHIEFS I1UFFLERS SMOKING JACKETS BATH ROBES SUSPENDERS NECKWEAR 1lufflers . JE'ELRY, ETC. Canes DUNLAP PERRIN GLOVES. STETSON HATS. ALPINES. ciI HARRINGTON HATS. Gloves of all Kinds. SOFT HATS. Agents for the New ulunger Cycles An Elegant Christmas CLe M'lo Co Present. CLe Mro Co Silk Night Shirts, VALISES. Dress Shirts, Flannel Night Shirts, Business Shirts, Satteen Night Shirts, Fancy Percale Shirts, luslin Night Shirts, French Flannel Shirts Pajamas, Tourist Goods, E & W Collars & Cuffs Sweaters. Leather Novelties. Vestletts. Men's Fur Overcoats, Caps and Fur Gloves Ladies' - CAPES Furs .. We show the largest stock In Montana. No old styles. We are he Id quarters for Fur Garments and Capes... MUFFS, BOAS, COL LARS, CA PS,GLOVES, FUR RU'GS8 AND ROBES, AND FANCY FURS. EASTERN - PRICES Fur Capes in all the leading Seal and Astrakan Jackets. Eastern Pricm-s. GUARANTEED Furs--$So to $1oo. We invite your inspection. Goods selected now will be laid away and delived free on Christmas Eve. EARLY SELECTIONS ARE BEST. Out of town orders will have careful attention. FURRIE RS. BABCOCK & CO. E FURNISHERS.