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MIW YOUn-te IoIth Av. People tell us, and we believe it to be true, that we are doing the Holiday Goods business of the city. Certainly no other store in the city could have ac commodated the crowds that thronged our Annex yesterday. Everybody bought, too--that's the best of it--for everybody's taste and everybody's purse can be suited in the grand display. Maybe you've bought-but don't put off your buying any longer if you haven't. First come, first served, and the people are com ing thick and fast. We want to keep constantly before you the fact that this Dry Goods stock is new--not a dol lar's worth of old or accumulated stock in it. That would make buying easy and pleasant, even if prices were not as they are lower by ss to 40o per cent. than at any other store in the city. The Dry Goods department offers Underwear today-Under wear at prices new to Helena- or they wouldn't be printed in this column. These are the specials for Monday: Ladles' Full Pashlned, Silk Fleeced Underwear, Vest or Pants ............ Iadies' Natural Wool Ribbed Under wear, full fashioned. Vest or Pants.. Uk Ladles' Natural Wool Camel's Hair. silk front, Vest or Pants ............. eS Ladles' Natural Wool Flannel Under wear, perfect finish, Vest or Pants.. le Ladies' White Wool Ribbed Under wear, silk finish, Vest or Pants...... No Another new department in the Annek-and one that is bound to make its mark--Men's Furnishing Goods this time-and to be sold at prices that mean saving to the men who work for their dollars. These prices for Monday to start the ball rolling: .Jean Pants, best quality ................S 7 ('ottonade Pants, beat quality......... 75 W\ool Pants, best quality .............. 1 0 Fine Worsted Pants, best quality...... S Fleece Lined Underwear, garment.... tO Fancy Striped Underwear, all wool, per garment........... ................ I 2 Overalls, heavy blue denin, copper riveted ................................. . Frock ('oats ............................. 50 Th,, kind of Four in Hand and Teck Ne'ktlies that sell elsewhere for Oc. 35 And the kind that sell for The else w here ......... ......................... 0 LAundered Dress Shirts............ . 5 I'nlaundered Dress Shirts ............ 46 bhoks, per pair ......................... 5 Buspenders, per pair ................... Never before were beautiful metal and china and bisque arti cles so well within the reach of the ordinary purse. Takes so little money to buy a beautiful and tasteful gift that it is sur. prising. Never miss a sale on Sleds price and quality always sell them quickly. We've got a sled your boy or girl wants, at a price you'll gladly pay, and we'll show it to youi any time you call. I)on't.lose sight of the useful in Holiday Gifts, and what more useful than Silverware, Lamps or Crockery, if a housekeeper is to be the recipient? You know pretty well that we excel in these lines. Let us show you why we excel-only takes a look at the goods, and a naming of price to do ii. Sunday School committees get discounts of us on Holiday Goods and all sorts of free furnishings that put them on a purchasing basis with any retailer in the State. FOR CHRISTIASTIDE, The Dpll. Sap WIM M h.eV GooCe and ge Puppen Fee Delighted old and Young. SKATING ATTRACTS LARGI CROWDS. Sekeral Small Card Parties Are Held.An. other Jolly Masquerade to Se Olven ths Week. The attention of society has been called almost exclusively during the past week to the dolls' basaay, and the Puppen Fee, which have been absnrb Ins the time and energy, of the ladles connected with St. Peter's parish. Fri day and Saturday was the appointed time, and the crowds that flocked to the auditorium whre in no wise disap pointed at the pretty night which met their gase upon entering, and at the entertainment prepared for them dur ing their stay. In the center of the large room had been erected a pavilion, a hexagon in form. with a surmountlng dome, all made of evergreen, and whose spicy aroma filled the entire hall. This artistic arrangement was dealgned by John R. Barrows, and under his direc tion executed by willing hands. In four of the corners of the hexagon were booths, triangular In shape. ,containing smiling and accommodating sales women, Mesdames Woolman, Pleas ants, T. c(. Bach, A. P. Foote, Misses Rockman, Rumsey, lioag. Barr and Dickenson. The dolls were placed up on the counters of the booths in festive array, and surely such a sight never be fore gladdened the eager eyes of chil dren, and older folk, too. A minute de ecription of their wonders would be too lengthy; but among them were some unique dolls, deserving more thar~. . passing glance. There was one In a hunting suit of corduroy, with hoots, cap, bag and gun, all complete, the work of a lady well versed in the de lights of a hunter's paradise. There was a sweet little, demure quakeress, a Lord Fauntleroy, sailors, young ladles, and a bride and groom in splendid ar ray. The bride's drens was of white satin, entrain, with long veil; the wed ding taking place after 6 o'clock, as the groom was in evening dress. They were properly attended by a maid of honor and a best man. There were six dolls seated at a te, table, all ex quisitely dressed; some shepherdesses with crooks were also seen, besides others too numerous to specify. At the sides of the room were booths also; one contained chrysanthemums, sold by chuarm~lg oung ladies; another had lemonade, and still others candy, etc. One thble full of colored dolls rag bables, brownies, etc., was delightful, the brownies, by a simple process of weighting were made to turn somer saulta down a long board. After eshausting the delights of these booths, which took some time, the audi ence turned their attentionl to the stage, where further pleasures awaited them. In the afternoon, Mother Goose herself was to the fore, with the rhymes and jingles that delighted one's childhood. The rhymes being set to music and sweetly sung by Misses Blake and Har rison, and acted on the stage by wee tots, who enjoyed it quite as much as any one could. Mother Goose was rep resented by Miss Addle Root; Little Boy Blue, was Hobart Clayberg. who blew terrifc blasts on his horn: Little Miss Mumtt. Owendolin May, might well have been frightened by the im mense spider who disputed the pos session of the tumt with her. Fltorence Conrad's "I Had a Little Doggle" Was very cunning. Jack and Jill, by Walter Raleigh and Rena Clark, excited much sympathy by their woes; Baa. Bas, Black Sheep. by Barnaby Conrad, with a real haystack to go to sleep under; and Alatne Malcolm'r Little Maid, Pretty Maid, was prettily done with the assistance of Hobart Clayber., Maud Conrad, as Cupid, and Beth Hunt at the gate. ' Little Mary JCennett and Aubrey iolter, as Cynthla and Reuben, did excellently, and received much ap plause. Tom Atwater made a "little usband" ;no bigger than a young lady's thumb, and Shirley Ashby re cited the woes of when he "was a bachelor." A very pretty scene was a garden of flowers of seven little girls, Mary Kennett. Puss Cullen. Beth Hunt, Daisy Brunell. Julia Curtin, Florence Conrad, Frelda Foote. In lovely cos tumes representing flowers, and made of crepe paper; the flowers were water ed by "Mistress Mary." otherwlse Miss Blake, and gre* with surprising rapid ity. These tableaux, recitationr and songs were very artistically gotten up and well executed, and the success is due to Miss N. Blake, Miss Flint and Mrs. Atwater, who worked. designed and drilled with unceasing patience. The evening's entertainment was un der the direction of Miss Cora Nan ders, who brought back from Germany the idea of the "puppen fee" and which was a novelty and a decided success. The shopkeepers. Louis Sanders and Fred Yarger. kept a store of wonderful "dolls." warranted to keep in any cll mate. When wound up they would do divers curious things, albeit In an ex tremely machine-like way. The agility of the salesmen and their droll panto mime were the source of much laugh ter from the audience. They kept watchful eyes on the dolls, and not one war allowed to fall r get broken, with one exception. Bir John and Lady Pumpstershire and their daughter letsy, known the world over as Ed Ilusser, Miss Alta Child and Ines Hud nail, came into the shop to inspect the dolls, and being hard to phlase, the whlole atock had to he unlle through. It must have been literally true that "16),1 pounds of nloli were handled that day." Miss Wilder liroadwater, a )peIIanait doll in a gown of white with I'brown velvet heodice, Wa first exhib Ited. and upon being wountd utili. pro e'i,'.le'd to dance in i stiff-Jo, nlltd waay, whlch, hiowever, was all that coiulld be, expilected of a Jointed doll. Mis. Iitenlh* t'ory. as a dutch doll il coltumle of red, with white' aptirn, cp 'l unit il a'dell si oe', wi'n next shown, Ii. ll wnhe'n wountd up did cnme dexterous knitting; hott she' would not do. anld anllother wasn eshown; this time Misa llebe Ashhy, as it chau nll ng flower doll. l a white cos. time trimmed everywhere with flowers, with a jerky motlonl offered her flow i .M to sell. Mlnne Leon ItAl nahy, in HlSpanish peIasant contume, whistled In w.,II as i machine coutl. but not at all like the benutlful execution she gave later In the evening. Ella Handers was oee disguied as Topcy that he. wns hairdly recogniehtile', and upoIIIn bling woundll Up playe)'d ia banR whic'h, how ever, would full down In the' most dls It'.ieing manner righl lin the mnldll of a "tune." The lHeavenly rwina. Msll I"amnnle t'hild nill Mr. Arnold, In dil Ihanlnus white drape~ry and whitel capsa,. c. led and shook their rattleh. very mu'ch n. they might have done in their ln nltc'). Mire (lertlrudle HIal1 ,ni, In ell i white crepie goWln. wasi aprprriatetly oermaed "the Sinitngll doll." but she mnrcilfullty ran downl In the' midst of "I il)In't Want Iti i'lay In Your Yard." iMs HMitllh, In white,' wai a dolil f peI destrian proll'ivities., and would ha ive watlkld sttllight off the atlieg had Iut tI' watchful salesman caught hr andl turne.d her the other way. Miss Cullenll, Isn a ihiandsollln Iwn, Ia IIa Itde, wita e FIrench 'i l lne whoii, when the rIght stringIs were pulled, was equal to "pl, mnalmma." Misa flach, as a Jap IitIe C dull, with liapproprithe costumlle ullit fall, was exti'remely gcd In herr Continued on Seventh Page. JOTTING# A BOUT T.WN, The 'alhoun opera company .rrlved from Doenman yesterday. The ball to be given by the Young Meln's t'pidtal club has been lostepunAd until iee. II, The funeral of the two-year-.oll son of Ilenry Mc(laughllht took plate yesterday afternuon. A marriage Icl'ense was Isluld yesterday to Fred Imld and Mamie I)onovaee, both of Houllder valley. Wm. Mayger and others havn located sixty acres of plarer ground In Trinity gulch, near Maryvillle. A fancy dress ball will be held by the juvenile pupils of Mrs. I.asleh Rulgrove at the college hall on Thursday cvenllt. Dec. 37. A deed made by IL. ('. INnlton conveylng a one-twelfth Interest in the Honey 'omb mine In Andrew Munson was filed yester dlay; 'onslderatlon, 160. Twelve hoomes were turned looIm, llupon a cold, cruel world yesterday b) the city marshal. They had served out their ten dcays' sentence for vagrancy. V'era Itelbkkah lodge No. It, I. O. 0. P., lll Kive its eeRotnd annual ball at 'he. auditorium on New Year's eve. It will be a privsate prise masquerade. The Indepenldenlt (Ordler of GCood T'lrt) Isre will meel In ICIks' hall, on ill ,l - way, Monday evening. Resident and 'allt ing memb'lers are Invited to attend. The' Ladlie' Auxiliary of Temple Emrnmnt KI will meet at the resIdence of Mrs. Moe.se Morris, 403 Elwing street, on Monday after noon, Dec. IT. All are cordially Invlted. The Detent club will meet on l'luelsdlay evenlng, ID.c. 1I. and the Del Monte cllub will meet on F1riday evening, hI.'. 21, at the restidence of Mrs. I.elle Bulgru^'-". Mrs. Carlre Irvin yesterday purchased of A. I.. Itrown the Sadle lFarrlngton and the Minern' I'ride mining claims. In the Clancy dlstrlct, the consideration being 310. Iorens Zembsch and Nathan U. Vestal have given a quit claim deed to Nar·ese l)es Roster for a lot In the Brewery lode addition to Marysville, the consideration being $50. Owing to the illness of Juror W. W. Brown, nothing was done in the Norris case yesterday. The city will continue on Monday with its defense, if Mr. Brown's health permits him to take his seat with the Jury. On Friday Gov. Rickards met Iheir'it J. J. O'Marr, who was at Dillon with blan;t requisition papers for Wm. Gay, now In a California jail. The governor signed the papers, and Sheriff O'Marr left t( e same day for Sacramento. A larre crowd visited the Broa:lwater pond last night. Higgins' 'adet band waq there, and its music added to the pliaaure of the evenlng. The pond presented a merry appearance as scores of young peo. pie skated under the glare of the electtei llghts. Helena Lodge No. 2, A. F. and A. M., elected the following officers last night for ?te ensuing Maonic year: W. M., Will .' Whitaker; 8. W., R. O. Young; J. W., Geo. W. Jackson; tresurer, H. M. Par chen; secretary, Geo. Booker; trustee, E. rG. Neill. On next Friday evenlnl, Dec. 11, a good opportunity will be given all those who wish to purchase their supply of Chrit. - man sandy. It is the sale of home-made candy to be given by the King's Sons at the home of Mrs. L. Stadler, Lawrence street. The assortment of oandies will be choice and varied. The auditorium was well filled last even. ing with people who enjoyed the panto nime performance and the other attrau tions of the doll show. Most of the dolls exhibited were sold during the two days of the fair. Those that remained will probably be offered for sale at Lock* wood's drug store. The ladies antlelpu'e no great trouble In dispostih of all of them. Gov. Rickards, Secretary of State Rut wilt and Attorney General Haskell, th,, board of state land commtissiners, re turned yesterday from Virginia Cit), where they went several days ago to (on iuct a sale of state lands located In Madt eon county. The board did not dispon- of any of the lands while there, but since their return they sold several thousamnd dollars' worth as a direct result of their trio. The second lecture of the winter's course given by the Unity club will be delivortd next Tuesday evening at Grand Army hall by F. N. Fletcher, of this city. Ills subject, "Debts and Dollars," should prove an Interesting one to all who are following the trend of events it the finan. cial world. Those who heard Mr. Fletch er's Decoration Day address on the "American Flag" last May will remen. ber it as a moat interesting and able ef fort, and will be glad of the opportunity to listen to him again. The lecture Is free and every one nl invited. Some weary wanderer whose frame was pierced by the chilly blasts of approach. ing winter weather stopped In front of a store on Main street last night and gased long and wistfully upon a dummy that was arrayed In a comfortable M$ ulster. Finally he concluded that the coat was just the kind he wanted. He tok it off, tried it on and finding that the fit was good, walked off with it, forgetting all about going In to pay for It. The pollee looked diligently last night for a new long, Ilight- colored ulster that sheltered a hobo. but were unable to find it. For a 106-piece decorated dinner set. $3. for a 12-piece decorated chamber set. F. J. Edwards, I Park avenue. .. tetv.d a . .-- ... p-- *l Sabses easet d at U1mbrealls lespilst. PERSONA L. George M. Lee, head porter at The Hel ena, is very iii at his relsdener. N. J. Ildell, of the ldell .Merran le company, of Pony, Is at the Cirandon. Fred Sterling left for Minneapolis yes teday. He espects to make the Flour city his home. Judge Hunt and H. W. Beattle nrrlvedi home yesterday on the east bound North .rn I'aifrle express. Mrs. H. V. Wheeler returned yesterla) fiom attending the national conventlion of the Women's Christian Temperance I' nion. ('apt. T. 1'. Fuller wes reported better ycsterdlny thaln at any time since. his III ness, though It will be several weeks be fore he' i able to he out. lienj. I'. Letisuer, of i'hlltndlphin, Ih s In the' ity and will spet , n Il . fa hi4 luooking over his mininlll Ilnt'rests in lIm pany with John 8. Miller. W. II. oss, of A.nokk , Mnn, 1arviv. w,"terldlay to take the pch1ioln ihft VnIInt l,) N. II. Masoni, forumerly t icKet clerk snil ltoperatlr in the Northertn I'etile Kgeneti.t office, who Kgoes to .itlity \'lle' to act a1 the eoimpui)'s lagent there. Hard to Select Presents? There' Is noi persn who ,does not Rwnt In camera at some, partlcular time. The Ineed has been supplied in tile Komhl, They are' sold at the A. M. Iltter Ilarld w alr' colimpany r s. The universal paper patterns nre the bent. For sale at the Itre HIlve. IDe comber FPashin Monthly is nowv ready. A Slight Token. 8u11h a pretty ('hrlilntm preseneft .aln he had. in the line. of i la t .Miarker, t(anit LMarker, t'm)irella T"ma. eit11 Tag. cte.., etc., at the II.INA JI'llWItlY ('CO). Jackson Music Company. tI'ntll Juanuary 1, Jackonn Aitplel enim pHnn will seil argaltla, 1pi a4i1 anid dmtall musticel goill at Ci. Thi in i your rhance. 'Call and examine their stick. Elegant for Presents. The vacry latevt to iprrlecent a lady or,' gtllitnallnll is a ltrush andll I'omnb hot. 'rh, pile'.I in Iight; the eloodl are' Iha finest It the IIICNA JK\'l L.tl" ('tt. A tluncth Il n10t In)e.ululete witlhouIt the" il I.ouin A. It. ('. It lomlann Inttllled Ite., Ibrewecd by1 the Amerle'anl Irewing i'. .n N dl)pie.Ieluln with It. Oppenhelmer ! Anch, lelens., .lunt., wholenile dcalers. MDNOIN I VINEI W*ICKK. Great Reductlon Mor the Next SIx Days at Ralsighl Ik Clarke'*. Ioi ttatln I lle entire we" I we feiull a mlke Mp.ee.1J4 tff~ertl 1t, redure. 1111 culwork cel till I-piei~luee Keeees, Out ciellt emleughlel r Will le0e. all ii line's of ijieMt geectle, (elieit NItk, tloe y eellk, dli e-e Irltulntet(5, trlfnmlttw, 1e.'. We ietcilltkl el tI Utork Ieee hutch IS 3)eetlteilelt. l~ e1e'te' the' ne'w e.tiJ. It teur ic.nk and 1c1111 d) e aluciD me eelcue nenny ele ic elele geeitie11uil We' V.Ill eleetee. ,eKgerdletee e ~fe el-Ile" 1'i" leedo notI p rops. tee et"rry ainy eef them trcee e andi iiwt e tuceeu' le eulte~let'e 1, eet4 t little v'e"ry I. w .. Ii fur cetl,.., mufla, loee t, eluil1411 ieee$ teete, re e., will lie' UleeIeel oati alt r'nl W,' have fnr.. flne. lilaueiet m, euetnlnlelutM, eleI,, than e." want lee etu rev., tned will tIe.." them thisa we'ek il e uti Vetet wIll l1e11e 1 ieiteiiai l lecargeM in fill delciittit~tet, catdch i u e l ctnle toee t," at letee" Zt leer' Centct. ec11 Jill dl). gOceel, call nii lel ic' derrletetelrcllte Iicle Ifee i tee yo e WU a%'.ce lre' are'l tee nheeW yeec many 1cew thlltege emu Itailele feet the" hill day eecieeetc. Stocre oieef'd Ih1 icee -,k tu ill V o'cloeck. I(AALEI(1H dt ('I.AA1~l'. The Ite Ill ye Is still hetcliertlrterr fter layels tan elelday gereu r ll elndsI e a ril ptrl'eu thl i year are leowe 1 thant e'Vet. (ilvt, then ci cull1. Christmas Suggestions of the New lurk Dry Goods Store. Our raIdical .ilk alIe Is nl.i l KI gill '(dged proportions an" lJst w-".k pro gr.used; a culilvated slle of rhih ,.f, t; anI honest Ialer of grcat worth. I'aelln nions In pri(.e that swept asid. and made all efforts of local ip,''.ition irrI potent. Another week of t htis tmi v.l Ious sate in d,.maunled H tunther week, ladles, of Ibundless quantll itn of matchless lilks to |Ip viewed and ,ffer ed at the rc me spec'iai rlt ftor six ditays mole. Understanld, this is a holdlay Milk sale, hence its unbloundeld ipoulll'it y. Whatt Is more glenteel, al what 'an I1 more apl,)prolriate us a I('histLma gift'' Imagine the ldelight of the racipllient or* a silk pattern, or at least sufllrient for the making of an elegant dress waist; nothing, unless, may a few pairs of kid Kloves flrm our matchless assortment o(f Foster's genuine (of which we are sole agents for Helena), or perhaps you may prefer a selection from Trifousse we m.an the R-button mousquetaire suedes. flut remember, 'tis a dellcate present which, at times, If a gentleman is the giver. effect a peculiar omen. But permit us to suggest a real duchess lace handkerchief. We have just re ceived an importation, especially for the holidays, and just the thing com plimentary from one lady to another. Hoslery for all occasions. Lace curtains and velvet rugs. But as the Japanese are so victorious, why, price a rich embroidered Japanese wrapper. We will sell them cheaper than the city of Paris-only 115. But look a little further, see our silk elder down quilts. And then glance at our grand stock of dress goods. As It Is approaching Inventory, quick sale and low prices in cashmeres, serges and broadcloths. Out of town ladles we never forget. If you have been unable to visit the capital this season, write us. Especial ly write us concerning Golf capes, fur capes and cloth jacults, for our stock Is as peerless and perfect to-day as In the month of October. Remember spe cial prices for the holidays. Read our ad on third pake. Note well what Is mentioned therein for 'twill be of great benefit in making selections for the holidays. les ee $s per ewsi. ----1-t Faster. Faster. Paster. On And After December 16th You can come from St. Paul to Helena Over the Northern Pacific , And save Two hours and Twenty-five minutes In time over any Competing line. Arrivals at The Helena. Wm. Mayger and family. Marysville: J. U. Hammond, M. D.. Butte; Dave Hter. New York; Perl Keck, F. Black, C'hicagO; E. J. Clasen, St. Paul; M. H. Fay, F. M. Avery, P. J. Carrey, San Francisco; W. H. Bonn, Minneapolis. Notie to Ore Shippers. Helena Sampling Works (Braden Bros., proprietors), pay cash and the highest market price for all classes of smelting ores. Hates for smelting are reduced from figures given eighteen months ago from $5 to $10 iur ton. Cus tom assaying will recelve careful and prompt attention at thli lowest rates consistent with good work. Omce, cor ner Grand and Jackson streets. Special blanket sale at the Bee Hive. Best values ever offered at Thc, $1.15. $1.75 and $3. As Light as a Feather. The lAtent device in tlh way of a camera Is the Kombl It weighs when loatled with twenty-tfle expiosures, about four ounero. It taken a picture two by one and fiv\'-eightlih ilrnches. Nl.lh only by the A M. Hilter Huldwanie company. The Very Latest Fad. In N-w York, the latest In "Living l Ir tlres." No ladly liattends Ii thout one of the new hiuff Hlohlters. nich its ilie dlls played at the I I:I .:NA ,II:WILt.RY c' The lie@ Hive can*uit you if you want holiday preents. Read 1 his Pointer. The lnteslt lII canternls I li I, Klnlml It tllk-e twienty-five piltur~ll two Incheln b' tin, ellt live I-eighths illnchbs wlthut ritlllli. . It Is i, a 11I1i 1l\ I ." hlI n, ly by thel A. AM Ilolter' liHurilel\ .; , i ii. 'y What the Cnarina Wore. It has been n..se.' l ',l that th .i ar Inn wore a hctitifnic. lII bneklh with ipentles it heir i , i k. "hl'i.* hiukh.s i:n. ill the go. We hiveI ' ith t ,o lt11 11t iltl r. IIlCIGI N A .II":\VI:IIt\' I't. (lo to the ihe, illve for X tlls p'rersnt. Itoro Menthol wilt .are your catarih. At all drulggists. No Through Trains. llteIena to Lit. 'aeil, lI~nni" IllI~: I IlrIna tn SIlokuflh. Tai'onian IIIII I it ttll. *'t..ut eia ith Northern hI'l. III 'Ti. lit ov 'te. corner Matin and Uratil sh n.i . Merry Xmns. Milk' II vbry nlery Il II.Im(II : it, III. hulls.'. I hi 't evier ('iitdl. ' tO 111y1.1:V,\ JI:\aP~t~lir 1'l JachwaI'uIc Comipany. l'ntl Jitnu ryr 1, Jaws, ." n Mush' co· 111l1 )teinatecl yW.dtb At c.at 1111.4 1,1 ,'hai. ig4* alid 'XIIIIIhI' tuhou $i'k '" GOod Time. courpleto lir Ine of IhlC·* still ;1'1itm, t.enth.h.s I'rleen the I~11' HI A. V. Iii'I elNkit, JwIl' (imnelflfla In travellla Ii the one Ihthih desiredi, Travetl by the [re'a Northern and. you1 will b. clean. No. dust OU iliIy line. tuek balleated 1*',..lbrd. For Sale. I have dtati'ond. roi 'oak nt very low paltacl. A. C. I)OIt`N'II, Joewel. a, THE MAGIC HAT. I~r11ntIIII t I . tid 1" of r ol lli h""p. wiul ,.. i r.a II .' n to, I hirk of If, It g, "l loll I , 1.o0a 0$ .r 'o. tr o u . i 1o.' 11olow It vo o IO II II I. ,,Ip." ho, 1h"" wo."orr r. S n o. Wool, loo, wllt you tOfur *ulo.Oio somlrro"ot 0,! II,'' otoot.I pIeI, In homotwotor mok.' It o.l,.t roo yeulo to, Jootto th" KrnohI tnt'otlo' l.. orrlto'o* . T'Iooy Ar.' v ht I 0It w' I. Ito-l Ihrtoj . EI-, ht( h hu,.Il . 0 . .0,d1 . I it lo : Itovito 00 jolt tIloooon 111tt tol' f' 1000' 001 Ma lln4o o ,1 k Make IEI) Shirts That BAILEY BLOCK. FREE, arisian erfumes. We will on Dec. 22, give a bottle of one of Pinaud's new odors, (either French Pansy, Paqueta Lily, or Aurora Tulip) to each buyer of Perfumery. We offer OVER 00 0PFFEReT OCOORS of following makes: PNAUD'O', LANTIUR PIL,. PALMER'O, RtIOKEOR'8 LABRLL'a, OROWN. LUNOaOR0'I Pa-ha-iD'.el Dr[ Co. a..1 THE CHEST THAT FL MIS Should be protected. Protection, however. should precede, not follow, failure. Our Chest Protectors render this vital part of the anatomy as secure against "around zero" temlprature and sudden changes of weather as though no such foes to sound health existed. Protect the chest is one of the axioms In mediclne, and our C'hest Protectors meet the crase, we be lieve, better than any others offered. When the chest falls. the fortress of life Is lost. Los.' no time in making it Im preantble aganlnst wintry attaeks. lHear In mind', please, that our presrilption de partlment 14 the best In town, and that e c('ar)r a full line of standard mediclnes iali Iprearations, and toilet and nllnlaltie artles. Pope & O'Connor, Dlruýist SPINNIN(i ... \\ h 1ý rhouln U r "\ b Th, ',ton 1i 1 . it ht It'r co .l, f,'~,ling nat*l a. 1 ., Immih". w I11 1't .\' hr l l,,hI 14 14 U Llt it r h)cha l * Ito III'l i a)u IIa.t, lnnllll ' II h, r 1 ll'l: s,1 h) hit' "rt where t u f 11 111 t r i _ll n,_ hl_ t y tndl . going on Iti , Ovvlt pulrr THECORNERCROCERY 8TH AVE. ANO RODNEY OrST., I pr .lOl giv a y |u11 Ig b,.lillri l IIl Jlapl wh.UI )ou lted. First Mortgage Loans NEOOTIATID ON IMPROVED CITY PROPERTY C. J. FULTON. -21 sa4 VI Pitthkrsuh 141k- A. M. HOLTER HARDWARE' . Mining Machinery, Mill Supplies, General HardWal. cm;i ii Fire Hri:k alI Cy, Bl~ ksmith CAl c1 " IMa A. M. HOLTER HARDWARE C. MIlor _ri ...n .r..ul tentn I 13.11-' N. Main Street, Hil u Mi . E O NTUML:: arin "l nn<( mded6 t Mn un: i . "irle, w.ga, O Oi4,at Ir..., t,,,, I I I ', Lt counWtrY pOUInp fI , . ,, .,. .. -- M,.. I. btrrll A. 0. U.. \Y .. ATTENTION .. Annual Ball - OF - CAPITAL LODGE NO. 2 --AT THE - Auditorium HEW YEARS lIGHT, JAI. 1, 1195. The grandest event of the aeason. Many valuable prlses will b1 dlstrtllhtel. A cordial welcome to all membtra from out aid( towns. TIC'KETS, $1.00 for one lady and ison tletman. - Headquarters for Poultry - Stephens. Lros, will have a car of the eholcent Turkeys, C(hickens, Iullieks and (Ieese for holiday trade, also all varietll of game. Including opoynum. (Groue,. Quail, Pheasant and Bquirrels, In fact you can get anything you want in the poultry or game line. Lutn of bulk. shell and calnned Oyters.; also C'lams. t'rabh and Lobsters. (Oive ui a 'all. We guIarant"e. to please you both as to quality and pIrice. "Celebrated IPuget Hound ()yrt ra." Chicago Fish Market, Stephens Bros.. Proprietora. Broadway, next to P. O. Telephone, 116. Istraucion and r ......BOOKS. If you cannot attend rollege for a course you can buy our new Practical Text Books on Bookkeeping. Commercial Law, Business Arithmetlc. Business Spelling and Correspondence. Shorthand (any standard system). Typewriting (for any machine), also best works on Mechanical and Architectural Drawing and Music and Languages. Prompt attention to all or. ders. Addres Prof. II. T. Engelhorn, Princlpal and Proprietor Eagelhar Helena Business College, HELENA. MONTANA. Thomas F. Oakes. Henry C. Payne, Henry C. Rouse, Recelvera. ORTHERN PACIFIO R. R. Runs Through Cars BETWEEN ST. PAUL. M IN NAI'OLIS, DULUTH, F'AHRGO, GRAND FORKS and WINNIPEG -AND HELENA, rBUTTF., SPOKANE: TACOMA, I ) 1"I,ANLi Pullman Sloopint Cars Elegant Dining Caro, Tourist Sleopinpl, Carr A lit I\ : A l' III.i,I:N \ N o 1. )'n , III,, \1 ill ,t I, u tu * . IO ft . in . N ,o W.' t n ill, ' .t. ': " ; t I".ý Lt . 1 io ., n. r'. \," M ..:il .'WHI" e l, ' 1 ' 111I'.I I I I II :i ,hl U. Ill. N n ,. I\\ ,k 1,t. ol It~ ibh u.t ,i l ... l la y . tl. .\, 11nsl , h 11 n , t ,is 1 l it. It il ihni .... i I I , in No I., Ilin iii 1i1,i d. 11 , n, l ) I :' I'.A IIlT I. III 1 I l .II 'II:..A , I, Atl lul l ll,' t11.i , . . .tl zi l I, 1 i, toUii1. 1 b km nin linl), 11 ,A ' . . ; . i l . A i. ~ I, Ih I.I. a . \1 1 MI ,I:n 3 Nh 10i, Ihnllnl ( 1 0tt al\ , 1 lo,,I 1i onlIy .. .. . Io , , ll" Ior Inforal olun, ilml calrds, alr ' all tieetu ei) oa or ,an.t ,. D. ED.. AR- , (IENu lt At. AII:T'I III ,I.NA. MirNT'LANA. ---- un- SCHA8. 8. FEE, G. P. & T. A., bT. PAUL MINNt. BAR AINS' STILL CONTINUE Great Discount Sale: Aniitrit: I)p.ora tl ('.ia, eautl o per cat fuily tllweresd. Open3 w . t .it o' ay numbero f or c ' ,,,e(!H . Adinnerset off for Qc t , for f1f. Leonir l Austrian Chino, white. Open 30 per cent stook, any number of ff for CaslI Elegant decorated China Punch Iowis 20 per c and Tomn and Jerry Off for Cas Sets. Ch;nas Cups, Sau- ' cers and Plates, Cups and Sauners, elegantly decorated 10 per C Baucer., afterdinner Off forw Cups and Faucer, Mush and Milt Set.. The entire atck of Fnrec't and Gor- 0 per l man white Chin, and deccrt.ed Opat o tern, Chlna or Semi- if fo Porcelain. Rochester HBang I1 per . .. ing Lamps, all of them, off For Ca l , Cut (ila. Water Beta with Bilver Fin. O per Cef isb Trays, beautiful Off For Cash soods. Elegant Cot Glai 10 per Cot Wine and Claret eta off For Gall Cut Glas Vinegar Cruets, ream Pitob- 10 per Ceot oen, Boaquet Hold ern, Water Bottles, Off For Cas Fruit Stands, eto. Imitation Cut (l'ae Tumblers, Berry Dishe~, Patch- 10 per MaJ. '.. era, Spoa n h olderm, Butter l)shees, We. off For Caik * ter l'ottler, Salt and Peppers. Our entire stock at ropet Calt off for Cash. . S. LANG & CO. MING'S OPERA HOUSE J. L. MING, MAN*OEA. ONE .HURSDAAY NIGHT j r ,20 The : Loi1on 1 : lsic : Hll B~1as~le : No. A Superior Orlaallization ot 20 li01(Ia l ":to-2 Introducinj the London Succue "WHITE ART " Aud Cotulludint witt the Catcho ing I3urlJah ue, "THE BRIGANDS" .1n Ith huill K ,trI1MII of they "unl a~ ny In R.H '.1 l II!tt out Sid at L,"Icwuud fiQ f %\'aditc .lna ', I ii . 19. 1 I ijil 11 I cit. Bookkeeping, Shortland, Type writi i SCHDO *2uiiy t F.rlnaln~ "rh6ý,0 opooll ead*. WIlrWI~l l ý I' M. ,r, and 'i 14 1. look 3.0k. - .ldrwr, 1l,\1Y Jr. JACKMANAI. Pr,(alIL : PARISIAN DYE WORKS. C. IIMEOUD, PROPRIETOLj I'i, I., I jIlni imid dygi3, geueI U ii11 -ti( ll I (K'm* uI·. f~lhI6U*'8 h u ol i "w IIIOVWrr, fursV tlllc nti llUOrn uaramned. r se nrur Ilutnl Ilolmo Hno, ON j" 1~~; r}"ýpourlllo fn or meetd 1bo c·LII.