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MNW YORIt--e rItxt, Av MlLmMA-.Lst.i and Mato, On Jan. 5 we start our annual stock taking. Not one dollar's worth of goods that price will sell will be in our store on that day. We do not like to sell at cost-but our stock is too large --and we would rather sell with out protit than to attempt to in ventcry. That we mean busi ness in this the prices quoted be low will prove. You never bought such goods at such prices before-you never will again. Heavy Tin Wash Uollers, with cop per bottom, nlse ................. ..... Ibd Tin Coffee Pot, copper bottom, 2 quart m ine ............. ......................... 150 Tin Teakettle, copper bottom, I sie... S00 Polisheld 'opper Teakettle, 8 lse...... 75ec o)(ver LEgMg Itr ters........................... 10c Surprise Heaters ........................ Go Hunter's Flour itfter ............... 10O Japanned lDust Pans..................... 8c Rice stoot Scrub Brushes................ S tlass Water Tumblers ................... ' 'Ihin Whisky Tumblers................. 3n Olass Sauce Platen..................... 3e (lams covered flutter l)shes........... 0o GIlass Covered Sugar LHowls.............. 10 Glians Cream Pitchers.................... 10c (tlas Spoon Holders...................... I Glassr Pitchers. gIal..................... Glas. Byrup Pitchers, spring top...... 10b Granite Iron Sauce Pans 2 Quarts .................................... c 2ti Quarts ............................... 2S 2 Quarts .............................. .oe 4 Quarts ................................ .. 3S c 5 Quarts ................................. 40r 6 Quarts.................................... 4 Nutmeg Night Lamps, complete...... 10e Glass Hand Lamps, complete........... 1o (lass Stand Lamps, complete.......... 1ic Sewing Lampu, bronze base, large burner, complete ....................... e Whlting's Note Puaper.qulre.......... T' Envelopes to match. 21 for... .......... 10t Hurd's Paper and Envelopes, box...... 15c Palace Note Paper, 130 sheets. ........ Ife Envelopes. 50 for.......................... Black Ink, bottle......................... Just in tim- to share in the price demolishing came three cases of these elegant wrappers. Made of Vicuna Flannelette in choice pattern and colors, wide doub'e Bertha ruffle, Watteau hack, large balloon sleeve, full skirt, in sizes 32 to 46. They ought to bring at least $x.5o each---but to dispose of them be fore stock taking-yours for 95c. Unless we had a branch store in New York--uiless this was by far the busie.it store in iHeiena-we'd not be able to offer you the choicest and purest and freshest Candies on the market: ('hoeolate C'ream , b .................... 1e Fri n.lh Mixed ('undy, 2 Ihu for.......... 25i (tl.m l rop. , I............................... Mid. (' landy. 3 lbn for................. e bFtult ('akk.. IIb.................. .......... :b' A util. C.ake, a.la,. ......................... a; Jclly Itolls, 2 for........................... Spite of truqts and revenau' tax we sell playing cards at right prices: No,. 9 Steamboats. pe'r ldoz............ S, No. II flnlnaul. per doz .. . ........... 9D' N . 17 I":aglr, per ,ot . . ...........$1 uI N ,. .' l.m'Ver . p er l ,o . . . ......... 2 N:, i,2 rud lnhln nrs , p'un r ,loz............ 1.:+1 S.."., I. ru.lrui. v.et dog ................ 1.1 No. 2; Ilove' r, per dozl ................. I.M_ You can buy fancy groceries in nearly every store, but n, where as fresh goods as here-- for nobody in the city ship as often as we, These prices pos, tively for today only: I'. uan It. ('how N 'huw, qt bot . . l'U(a tlma , p('n In t b t 1 ..................... M. ?i1i1Ie A lnu It . . . . .... h....... Ik" I(' v, ) mt(r s, 2t I, :11 fl. .. .. ..... 5 L. anit I'. HaRIII, pint 11bot11 .. . . 4'0, I1. M . T , Ib .. ... ..... link 'la I' nw ( ,' a. Ib ... . .. .... .. ... . 1:c I'r1Ie' I t king Pi ow ' lr. 21 lz nn. .. T/ We make it possible for you to buy all gradh's of cigars at easterp prices. Look at the prices below and you will agree with us. The Almirante Espanol became a favorite with fastidious smokers as soon as we intro duced it: Mann0lan ............. ........G.it.per 1'1. I'nnerlh lu FIllln ................... ,tr l0er |1)' I Itnnllletlas . .. .... ............ .. 01.7 per Ir1 Sports ........... .............. 3.$ pr )Mt LESS TERM OR NONE. [lWpIre to Vfqth the Majority of the Aldermen on the Water Supply Contrai~ HELENA MAY HAVE ITS OWN WORKS. At any Rate the Consolidated Will not Be Able to Get a Contrat for Ten Years. The pmlc4eally unanimous expJrtslon of the lderrnen of Helknr In oppialt',n to a ten-year conttrat with the Cunnoll dated Water oump:ny Is looukd upon ma vtrtuatly eew6tii. g the matter, so far nr the action of the city counoll on Jan. 8 1s ortlcernt'e When the. Iids art opl.nld on tth.,l I.l:att It will b," found that there il no competition. 'The (',ri solidated WVt.,r mrnpany will l, the only BNdder. That omnpeny will imaeke a lt)ipiartl,n It tip clity, based uo the pirl' llt IiIrUIIom.,nt, but whothe* with any iftecerrnc a So not yot kn.own. The I1.l will be refeirr.dI to th,, commintn ,, oni wnter for ebnrmideti .on and rItp1irt, After LL is reported on it Will still be w'thin thl pswtr . f th councill to mrd Ify or changl, the coindlitons be tre . n tening into it contrant. While a large majolity of the aider. men have igKndlihI their opposition to ITti llong into a long contauct, two or p:."hapn mo:r will favor not making any co$trac at t all, but lctting the ex-. Istring a'rt..llgem nt with the water tciln pany rol tinuet floroll n ll' nlh to nmonth. Thid 1I. wbth the Id.a of taltking steps to have the legislatulre autihor:xe tile bond ing of the city to build its own water works. It hau been estlnlmted that a water supply. with the. necessary works, could be Ihad for half a million dollars. In the presenlt plioition ,of Hel ena, the bonds could probably be floated at 5 per cend. The city at present pays about $26,000 a year to the water com. plny, which Just 'equals the interest on half a million dollars of bonds at 5 per cent. The revenue from householders and malufactturers, at very mode rate Iltes, would, it is calculated, pay the cont of operating and keeping In rtpalr the water syatem of the city and the In terest on the bonds., and leave a large sum over to be applied to the sinking Sund for the redemption of 'the bonds. One estimate places the time at twenty years, In waIch tlhe city would be able to pay off the bn.sls and own a water system, free of debt, which would provide a oulrce of revenue from tha.t time forward. Until the bonds fell due and had to be redeemed the annual in crement of the sinking fund could be invested in such way as to hurry up the time of redemption. Others of the aldermen who favor a short time contract with the water onem pany admit that 1t will be necessary for the city, for at leane t two years, to malntain something like its present re lations with the '0onsolldated. In the meantime they favor advertla!ng for bide, to be opened about July of next year. This would allow Intending com petitors eighteen months In which to get their plant in ieadlness should they iccure the contract. Eighteen months is looked upon as none too much time In which to do this. In July of last year a proposition was made to adver _Use at that time for proposall for sup plying Bhe city with water on the expt ration of the .present contract. Thy then clty attorney, Sidney H. Mclrntire, gave the water committee an opinion to the effect that to lot a contract at that time, which should not go into effeot until, January, 18i5, and which should bind future conclls, was beyond the powers of that council and would be void. This ended the matter so far as that otty counmll was concerned. It is held by others that such a con etruction would necessarily bar compe titlon in the matter of supplying the c•ity with water for all time to come. A c,)mpany organlxz c for the purpose of bidding to supply the city with water would scarcely feel justified In going to the expense of constructlng ditches, Ibuying up rights and laying mains un less it had the contract already signed. Those who do not agree with the viewe expressed in the opinion of the then city attorney contemplate bringing he f.re the council some such proposition as that of July, 1193. Pe.cardor Fell it the Rafe. $an Francisco, Dec. 28.-Jockey "Soup" Pc:kins arrived yesterday and to-day rode three winning mounts. In. t rest in ,the ms;tch race between White rlone and PeseaLd'r for $2,500 a aide was ititenre. Whittrtclte was a favorite at I to 2, with Pl..:tad,r at 7 to 5. 'Ite Ii Or raced tet. 4thr t the three-qiuarte. Il.e, when I', .eitdor, Iidden by ('h.In1, foil, in In1 W.hltrt ne won. Circe and I:h'k Bluhan were ithcr winning favor Five and a half furlengoe-Johnny Payne. Ptlinan la ,Juee~n It re. 1:17; five furie lg.s, two-year- u.y-t'iru e, limp. v:gor. tlinf'oid. 1:06'4; ihaht rix fur hongs--Itraw Sc it. Ited .1en, an Luis t",y, 1:2214; mile, m:tcah in ...--W h' e ..tone: six furllongs--l)lck Ihhsll. Qtt, 4an I.urns. ):241. Tlhl' pteck.'lp handicap, the hlggt r:tc.' of 'he yr r on ,ti, Patille c .rt. , uwill be run to-in( Irrw nil hlig e ro.v. will irolial lyv pree h' t.rkne hor'es strug gle for the $10.00 pl'lz.. The Keint:ilky. rtable will ma:lk" I : tronlfld for .t 'th l .ink. Jim Fli,,,l and Maujo" lMe irtughlin. all tl. c.e ,f whih will eptart. I'PESNO .I L. .T. C Dnarker I, n isit1tor to the .'apital It-. n'nrl ft hull n r. I Uiited yesterdlay Sherlt" 11 I. 4 VNctit, of (iiot.i . oiiiiy, l sit Tht., ielen .n Itt'. N. S tti'ii lof( v.t·ter.iy for 'Ihi *nip in Fitlir'. N'i. t. 'Aolte ni' of Ir i-at nFi 's. a "ri t uti thi iteather' tlliy oR) theo Not hL·em (l. V. Ilyntt, ths hsnleIr. of re rnu.iiuf i;n'i Ii iii tht he't-toii l yorh rn lan I'. I'. Moil Ito nRItsfxnat Feiitiarr mint i . unt *h ici--ii yestrda ioirm lithe NoiIhe ictt i·, mama.' In from ~(lintii inst cvenhln.. Arrivils at Tehe Hecna. It. 'I'. Itaylisi' gut?~ Wi.'.r Ml1.~Iu'yiI)I. N?. \I. P. lw nlt. therhtl nker ohii irtlow nw-n i-;im life, theI iet.-Aoundliorthernil If', 11iii. Vutlu~.; if. V1. t)NeiiI. . Ituntimit A. .1. '. t4 Ilitity. n.-tt I uli in t N I. ne l111.. Notfct to Ort Shppern . I lelSna c it inllII ro Huurttr . lestlevein haigheit malrkt'tAlirv s a It T lh H lIeie na. ii . . T. Il irrlse. attnd ws for tnye vtini i . iedluws'i¶ from fgurn. given M.lghteen .id, n wh e M t from N it)T IA T r toit. Cwuf ti~m asnmyin wll II rcm''I~vt a'crelU tIntI Iitfloli Jot ntIt'ntiot . at thu lNwcti rateT i-inlistent with It.od -ithI'. OmH., crm 'it'r Orlnd ;nd JIot n Naltreeta A t otic mdto* OrbeI~ U pr3. OFF IO)R WIIITK I4U1TPHII t. William .h OaCeing Mlek to inam Trial for the Murder of Maekey. iHhErlf Jamle S,..O'Marr, of Meagher county, jtt on the east bound North urn Pacllk, eapros.'yesterday morning, with William "lay, the prisoner cap. tured near The Needles, In Callfornla, and now on .his way atck to White Nlulphur Hpringl to stead trial for the murder of James Mackey. (Jay were a fourten pound Oregon boot and was handcuffed as well. He had prmlised Wherlff ()'Marr not to give him any trouble, but the ,tficer didn't care to take any chanue's. When he left here the sherift' Intended to go as far is Townlsend by traiun and there take the etage or a privatie conveyance fur White Hulphutr. In the forty mile trili I aeroms co.untry the sheriff will have Nome one to alssit him in guardingI ,ay. l' expectei d to arrive at Whit' Nulphur with Ills prisoner come time during laset ilRght. "Hpl .eking of 1 iy," sani l)r. Cha.rles II. PhU llliuntr, of i zllltnaniI, at the' ()lranl ('centrll lat gIKht, "'l lieniudl mi, that hie waln H.'in not VwI y lung arfter the murder of Mackey by a Hozroman liveryman rnanl I Peters. L. te.r de'eehred, lone' nftt*rnonin, that he ceay tay walking on11 Main I treiet and that hi'e even\ went plet the. ptoffice. Peters had lived ate •neighlbor to (lay In Castle anld he' knew him well. He notfiled the' ttflcerm and they searched the rity and surrounding rtadsei without finding the outlaw. At that time ntearly everybody thought l'etris had been mistaken. Judging from (lay's account of his travels after he and (rloes escaped the ehrrlffs'. posse, it would now seem very 1proia ble that Peters was right. Peter.s was albolutely certain that he had tee*n (illy and no111) mal r what other pieoplte sild ior thought he Iperulated in asaying that hle had sewn the nItetd outlaw upon Main street in iHozeman and that, too, in broad de) light." (lay, however, dences absolutely hav ing gone Into Hoseman during his flight, though he admits being in the vicinity of the town. JOTTINUG ABOUT TIhWN. John E. Pickle and others have located sitty acres of placer ground in Colorado gulch. The first case that will be tried by the new county attorney, R. 'R. Purcell, will be that against cleary for the murder of Dorrlty on upper Main streot. The big buffalo head hanging In Frank Mares' shop has been attracting a great deal of attention. A number of offers ranging from $60 to $260 have been made for it. T. H. Klelnachmldt offered $11 for It. Some of the furniture to be used by the legislature was moved into the Merchants hotel bullding yesterday. The men in charge expect to complete the carpet lay Ing to-day, after which the desks will be arranged in both halls. At one o'clock this morning the ther mhmeter stood just at sero. A light snow was falling, and everrlindication seemed to point that the man with a snow shovel would make his first appearance this win ter about getting up time, The masquerade ballt given by the YToun Men's Capital club at the auditorium laut night was a very pleasant affair. There was a fairly large number of dancers, but not enough to crowd the floor too much for pleasant dancing. Some of the costumes were very pretty and unique. Financially the ball was not quite the suc cess that they had hoped for. Quite a party of Helena Elks left yester day afternoon for Butte tO attend the an nual social sesilon given by the ladies of the Butteaprder last night. These annual aeslons are always memorable affalrs. Among the Helena Elks of the party were Mayor E. D. Weed, B. B. French, Stephen Carpenter, C. W. Pitts, W. H. Hunt, How ard Babcock, leo. Murphy, Richard Bar den and C. E. Dutton. $7.50 For a 105-plece decorated dinner met. 01.60 for a 12-piece decorated chamber set. P. J. Edwards. 8 Park avenue. Use the beet. Arab., a ;eer. Hobby horses, sle4s, doll buggles, etc., at the Bee Hive. Hair chains and switches made to order by Mrs. H. Miller, 3M Broadway. e it, ee $1 per eWL The Bee Hive have a special sale of dress patterns this week. Fifty styles of plain and fancy dress patterns at $3.50. liningl Included. 0 t A BIG LOAD. i(f holiday u| l, ar*4 u1io nz tiap. \Vhl itt I\ r y H.u n .d inl tlit. 1n f th1 a,l T. 'i ).;, Fir'm t ;in lel.x, . uat , ('l 1ri:tlltl \lin ,'l. T lhI I Alh. *il s, 'tc.. can be hadl nt lh' i.nvt in 1"'M. ('hild's l , inh lms . ,aachth..... $1.75 S'hllib I IýI I ', n t llh , hr:........ ... 50 l ills, from ' : " I'n ............... $1 1',0 ('I[hr IIIIIn I alll .I,. box............... 1c ('.uml ' I hil , 2 i' z f rl ........ L.irg ( Iln I111l14 fur Tr1en, 10 to.12y'o THECORNERCROCERY STH AVE.AND MODONEY ST.. Masquerade SUITS. All kinds A large assort neut. Mrs. Wlrth UROAaWA . OL oeokkeeping SIorthand, T pewritin , Etc. SCH00 L kk1m1111.epnR Itnmu BKhoel epum Melsy. Noyebeq L1 ;11 I. IL and U Bailor IWeek. (Usl so w sddn. MARIIY L J1AVKI4. PriaolML KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement iand tends to personal enjoyment when rightly uud. The many who live .bet ter than others and enjoy Ilif, more, with less expenditure, by more pjromptly hadptilng the worll's ,est prolducet to the ne'yd of physhricl lxlin, will attt1 the value t4o hIealth of the paure Iqiulid laxative prinllcples embra:ed lun the remedy, Svrup, of Figs. It4 excellence is due to its pre.enti)ng in the form most aec.ptahbl and pleas ant to the taste, the rcfrehing at l trIuly beneficial prolJpertice of t 1, rfiect lax ativ,,; 'fl 'etually chln.uling thl. system, dislplling coldsl, headlache anl ftever, ard permanently curing consitiltion. It has given .atisfnaction toi millios iari l met with the aplroval of the medical profession, beoau4' it acts on the 1idl neys, Liver and lowels withlout weak eninug them and it is perfectly frae from every objectionable substanco. fyrup of Figa is for dale by all drug gists in 50 cent bltttlre, but it is mar. ufactured by the Californla Fig Syrup Co. uronly, whsae nam, iis prilnted ,ivll every package, slag the nai,, Syrup of FIigs, and being well inforited, you will not tacept any substitute if offered. 6-·------ -- ~---- - - - ----- 6· WHEN IT COMES TO PORK ... PORK SAUSAGE OR ANY KIND OF FRESH flEATS We ars right where we have always bsen-in the iront -and wq expect to keep ther,. The quality of our goods is better than It has ever been, and our ex. cellent service pleamss our vast patronag and will surely please you. MIDWAY Cash Market. C'. II. AUTHIER & CO. Tel. 116. Next to Postoffiee 3 "An Ounce ot Prevention," CHEST Protector Is OHEAPER THAN A Pound ot MEDIOINE. We have a new stock of Chest Prdtectori. Wear one and avoid Cilds, Rheumnatism, Pna }oni f and Doctor bills. IParc d raD r Co. hav n lk e . 'I . a l~ nII- r fn -.''~~ iiP'fJ FOR THE HOLIDAY83 of II*' ann our 4'tru i 'I. I he ,not K' 1IN?~ (hrl~tlhli, iut.,, off. ant ill rn of rtine 1 fa ItI" 'p1.. : I NrlIIIA (or X iiu,. It f I, ll r c'h lrlmt Ill, luck,. till 111I Ilt1· awl~ ,ltolne tlc IlI'ultI. '. 'T'h1e1 IKna Ibe Inf' .'IchlnR , bult fill t1i1et... nwl l llv or oilu'rwI*r, require I I, of Iii toll , I 4e1 U'1* olhlirrrhltt rcyllll e tine u l 11111 toilet IN1* of which we hnie IyIn' .tl in '. 'l iv di hi? ferplit prierM. If yon an 1r wi. 'iI.. wi? It you are1'1 111. '11N 1'ertu111l1 \('l1 for >~n to1( little 3,01I pr..nr4 Ii oll.. tilld a t s Pope & O'Conoor, Dllruists CLARENCE J. JOHNBON, Architect and Superintendent Su POWir 8a0uDIm Thomans P. Oake., Henry C. Payne. tHenry C. Rouse. Iteoelvers. ORTHERN PACIFIO R. R. Runs Through Cars BETWEEN IT. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS, DULUTH, F'AROO, O1.AND FORHK and WINNIPEri -AND HELENA, I; TTE, I3POKANL TACOMA, SEAI TL[:, J( lTlLAND Pullmann Rleeping Cars. Elogaut Dining Cars. Tourist Hleepin'. Cars A .0li IVt:t A'T1 I,41 E lNA. No. 1, I'P 'If11' Minll, we.nt bolln'l 8 10 a. In No. 2. Atlantl t ' Mall, .e. Ibound .9g a. l. No. 8. Mat ya ville a.', onum ulat io .9.pJ a. III No, 9, W1,'ken a l H1ublll,' r 'r cuomnln d tl oru,dully Ix, " ,t HNun liay ........... .. . ...... ...6.40 p. In No. 9, IIh, Ikijn a.We',on d.laaon. Monday, 1V,. dnewlaby nelt F ri day . ..... . ..... . 1 n l No. 102, Ilumnul Mlxedl., Monday only ........ ..... .. ............. 2.30 p. In DEPART I110. 11 II E.LENA. No. I, Pa',l lo Mall, went bound..8:3) a iI jINo. 2, AtlInttl' Mall, east IhoiU n .1.9'l a n, nh. No. 7. .MaIryville a(comlmodatlon3,:3.1 p. m. NO. ill, W.'iket and Iouldler ac crammodationl,lally except Bun day ............... ................ 7:15 a. m No. 10, iElkhorn aeeommodatlon, Monday, Wedn,~nday and Fri day ............................ .... 7:1: a. m No. 101, Rhimnl Mixed, Monday only ................................10:3) a.m . For Irformatlon. time cards mape sal tlekes all o0 or write SA. a. E3.DOA'R, GEBA!NIAL A(iENT. IIKLKtNA. MONTAN% --OR- CHAS. 8. FEE, 0. P. & T. A., hT. PAUL. M IN1 To the East, To the West, To the Town That You Like Best; - - BUT Whl6behvor way eou dtlde to go Ssare that year staOes reado J lal ee THE NEW AND RIGHT WAY EAST A WEST The Great Tranhcontinental Route, Passengers Ticketed t> st. Paul CISl uo Bostoni Nei York, Philadetlpia Winnipeg, Spoka ne, Portla fr Tacom, San Francisco, AND ALL OTHER POINTS. ('tON eoattoetons a. MLinnepoli0 and I9t Paul jor lit points Vautand thlrll. C'omtorthble Anrsolw eooakel an PsIII+ hrepat, cra. tourist buflft, amoklng, lib.iry IIud rl:ulInR cIPS. W' are agllts our all tlrsr lan tramwhip IMen ani d can tekt tok ) a ,.ll o rontal aind LocidUntal pnts Prepaid parl" Ieaye arrmanged. TIME TABLE. MAIMflVr tT 111' I N. No. 'I. Atlea lie i'.r.ei s .a.b,,in t t 12:2Op1 In .S. i.wihe . pr s.. w'eAuuad.. 1:U .. in N0. 2. 1 Utt .Lu:.I,I.it......... 6':u16 1 \... 21. At lalti," 'p e., *e t t..i n'i. 1 2::10 D. 13 Su. ":. I ndt? . I , we. 1. o ".. 2 ii, P. :0 A.ý. i. huello : u. " d;.ily i !11 º in I .u f'. ~tihe ltrt,' a,.., nonae, tt I' ~.. r. it i etc~. celt .t . r vrier to. oar ,,flle+. 11.1,.,.. Mnt. At thin APPLY PILI:;ar NOW I'ullog 1. Ip'o'tl,'tIUit or llntlc·. .In Ninth it i ln, Lit f. l il c'" LIl. ollnl for u nl n :lo ll·FrI Ihi,~ n1\ II I t. b irii· r In c ur ii11 1 ((Im lit 11 1. 1o11t PROF. H. T. ENOELHOBN, M. A.. Prin. ipatl aud Proprietor. ALL MONTANA FAPERS s3 ERAD 3? TEl Montana Press Clipping Bureau. CHAI A GUUnVIKL.U. MANAG 31. melon......... *eS.0Ub FOR WHOM? b N hvos.o plt.0lneIfl men who west to 16sO nown invwhat is std oft to. ot gaeuo publl oielptal boast, ha tut uUl el Ipeyw he· IbM wot wt 3ms IbM~L wen mIwm HAVE YOU SEEN IT? "KO/-BI, w" A Camera taking a Picture 2X1 5-8 Inches f .t LCOLD ONLY LBY A. M. Holter Ilardware Compa CpSTUMES loseod nnd made to Masque faceH, bear L, wigs. t O lronl aty part. tof th, c 'lutry promptly fit KIr.l-tntim It. 0,.,Jt W mrr i etroetlnllti uvurtu r. M|th. H' ,UL -_ Great Clearing Sale. No inhmcmbe' We (o, ;i .II vrtis. Ivcerytthing RT COST' Or less than cost. Note the price s we qiuote and take ad vantage o'f wha;t . e offer at cost. Gents' heavy mixed IUndtlrwcar at ,oc per suit. Regular price $J.25. Gents' line I)erby ribbed Underwear at ,t per suit. Usual price x1.50. Gents' Swits Coide line Underwcear, sold cv'rywhere at $3 per suit Our price in this sale $i.90 per suit. (Gents' heavy wool sox at c So per pair. Regular price 23c. Ladies' heavy natural wool I;nderwear at 95c. Worth $t.So. Ladies' Wool Fascinators at 17c, soc, 25c and 35c. Worth double the money. All the Toys we have carried over must be sold, hence our prices are at the lowest notch. Sleds from 40c upwards at JOS. DAVIS & CO. ..o,,, GLARKE & GURTIN Hardware and Stoves. We have a fine line of Ladies' and O.a W SKXTBS Of the best makes aud at any prioe you may wish. Holiday Goods For Your .riend& A full line ol House Fwurnihing Goods. Carving Sets. Enterprise Meat Cutters. UR. T0%.KIN. 42-44 S, MAIN ST. 1 TELEPHONE NO. 90. . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . -,.- - . . . . .. .. . . . . .. . Via T Burlinton Miles and Hours Saved. Office: Room 2, Bailey Block. PROFI ) u %Il A If A04. ABIIHUIIN K lt.AIltl)Ult. AILuII|I'y aln1l Coillnell ur at L. w. dMaonlc Temple, - - ilna. Montana. MASIGCNA JU'lL,.AtRD), Attorney and CunIellrllor at Law. Will practleh' In all the oul'rtu of rl'ecord in the stata ORffjc I UGold block, U.elna Montana. DIAMOND ROCI DRILLSI ..---. FOR Prospecting Mineral Yeins and Oeposits Boring vertically, horizontilpy or at any angle to any dcsiaed depth, taking out a cylindrkals scction or tore the entire db. tance, showing exact character , and giving a nerfect section of the strata penetrated. Also for bo ing a;rtesiian wells. MachiHst for channeling, gadding aua o"ther kinds of quarry work, sad: sinking, tunneling, mining, i. ,," ruoad nd all classes of rock ber The American Dina o al Rock Borin Cot Hex 01PA0Wpralli H ait Ugga e "