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CARPEN4TER Jobbing, Cabinet and Office Fixtures a Specialty. 216 WEST BROADWAY The WAhiskey of Montana IroU Laundru Go Will call for and Deliver I that Laundry. + ...Ring Up 'Phone 2... + ~;Remember ~ TROY LAUNDRY "'Phone 2. 232 South Main Street +++++++++++++-14++++++++4+H+ +T7 ~53utte 5TlraI 0C.I + The Leading Decorators and * +. Florists of Montana + Cu~t Flowers and Plants .4~Decorations and Designs a Specialty rs .4, ~Salesroom, 107 W '(st I3roaddeav Green Houses at Gregson Springs. Telepliore 2131 S A large supply of beautiful carnations and roses and other ~ flowers are always carried. All orders receive prompt attention. '11f++ +++ +++ .f++'++++++ +-t±b For a real swell, up-to-date suit of clothes, at very moder ate prices, call on Dan Kowske Thec Fashionable Tailor 305 North Main St., - Butte Gitu 3%Gdmn DU orKs 101 W. Granite St., Cor. Alaska Ladies' acid Cents' Garments Cleaned, Dyed Pressed and Repaired, Equal to New Goods Called for and Delivered. .\LBER:T IL.\NCL..\Y. Telephone 826M. lIr'roit tor. SNow that the warm days are here, ~lj Drink only Butte Brewing Co.'s j Beer ý', 'PHONE..." IF YOU WANT A COOL !" ...252 INVIGORATING STIMUMANT G1 '0*e.""."g. "s jHis Just0 SReward o '° " BY M.MacL IHFli.I * Cnamýr1 0.r Mildred sat downt with a gasp. She was consci,,us of ot!'- one aptpallintg fact-the lttlte shiver tag wlj.'tt ha'] dangled from bet twit wh~tn she start ed out sOme hours earlier wasg tfow gone and with it tll her money, ter watch. tbe key of ber trunk and vatri on. little odds and ends dear to her heart. Stranded on the extitbition grounds, miles fronm ber hotel and her chaperotn! This was her punishmen'tt for ityitng in the face of coiltst'ttiottality as ittrsoni. tied by Aunt Urania. She did not at ftempt to retracee her steps it, searcit of It. Site kttew it wcould be useless. A sudden r~'alizautioz cantt' to her that she was deadly tiredt and hmorrhtbly hot atnd hungry. Site rose with the sudden, impetuous little movemettt so characteristic of heir. And at that moment a man who had heen watching her intently frotm th.' next bettch rose also and approachdi her, hant in hattd. As site wzis thus suddenly brought __face to facte with him she started for --ward impulsively with outstretchedi 4 hand, hut taimost immediately- her hand fell to her side as with a coid half how she turned away. But the man was not to be so easiiy S"Good morning." he said pleasatttly. "Sureiy ev-en tuere acquaintanc'es uoty exchange a few words when they hap Spen to meet by chance in a ptace like this, Is Mliss Carson with you?" And +he feli into step beside her, apparently +unconscious of her frigid bearing. A direct question cannot be ignored Sby any one with the ieast pretetnsions to good breeding; therefore Mildred. ~'~after a second's hesitation, was con 4~strained to answer coldly: 4"Aunt Urania is at the faills But I must ask you to excuse me. Good morning," She half turned, but the man laid tt of detainitng hand upon her arm and. 4~dropping his half bantering tone, said 4 seriously: "'Look itere, Miliy-yes, I may call you that by right of old friendship, so .1. don't blaze! I ant here by myself. atod -I am deuced lonely. When we last parted, yout sald you had wiped outt all m ettory of thtat-that other buteiness. but yott said nothitntg of our g.ootd fel Slowsltip of a year ttgo. L~et tts go ibattl +to witere we were last January-jolly ra good c.httms-and let's put in our day together." Mildred hesitated. She, too, if she would buot confess it, was "deut'ed lonely" and tired and hot attd hutttry +into tite bargain. Still. some thitngs, Sdespite whtat otte may say to the con traryv are itot willed out of remem brance by a word. "I thinik that would be Impossible," mishe said freezingly. "I atn gtittg to re' ej # turtt to tite falls now. Good ntorttittg ''Well, yoitre tot goinig 1o slht e tn, lIke that a is tywa!' he cried cheerfully. "I amn going to lot you ott your car at least.' ilintI Ni ttrtd. in thte awful coitscious nress of het'tttttiit-ss ettditlt on, fittsleti S'her ontt o tea-r. thetco ndutitor wsotli !' Jtist as firmly inlsist upon ptt otintg her d triitll.- I down1 Diionttt a h it-ne i li halt pent-d tto le I tg "I'ttt tited." she salil, digging little s holes with hter uttil-ttllat in lhte graeti' at hter iet-t. "1 ttitst take a rest first. -I don't 'tantt to iii rule. Nit. Gates tot. bttt I tbintk I wished ytoi goodi morning sotetit' hte ago." The man, tutititnted. seated himself beside her with a smile. "Look here, Milly''" tie said ilecidid1ly "iou ire too tired to start on thlit I-.n journiey. As 3 ir irt-i ter's closest friend I cattnnot lermtil it. I Hilt i eceeiitily huing.ry. May I aiui- ttie pleaisueoit-f your tnoimpit Ty toIn, itoh ("i I woiuldt greatly e-njoiy it,. ni~ if yon finit it so diia' -tefiii tneit t it lily u-n peilst- wlyyoil ilton iptnitaiti goiul share. inly let its lnte it --gil hr.'' Mlildti-i Ice' f-ice t'v:i. Iu'ii l_ iii nI fact- i-i--le Ir "I - I ntitt" iri'- for 31113 thing iii i*11. it'd r Ii'it pi'' ", *t i. si-li! IL' ri~lri. 'I-Iii hut iit . .'LI ,r 'I T with uT-v'' is of oiii ti- I'., 'u"NT l io will, iii-C" ' I uliitt drinr' t h a' In di '0 -i .'. lure. "S. l: i 2 2 :I;,\" ji" i~t JI l r''i!it ''' wi Cut lit, 1t bl-t I t ir. ~ ! eII 11 ' o T ituularyt ~ iiii :. 'i ." n u It,, 1 11 ii l r l !.I , I - U ~' i~t to i I liet'-1- 1 fl ''i. :t ,;" 'II -I l as a ' Ma ir.t .,,u till in tim--I direction of the Midway, but be only said gravely "Thank yont veer nieh. T account it as bono~r to do so." Undter the combined lt'tueniea~ if due h tieed,le refresh :,'-.t ant ai tl,,r *utgh~i congenlal ciii ln. on ,~,. to ylvel rap.,ll. and lifire she waIs aware of it all her i-hi!Iy- c- cstroi:nt was gone. and they wre. Iail h:iic and ehazfirt," each other just as in the dear old days of ton canidrad rI,. W'hen tio.y left the re~tzkumnt, they striilevt down to th.ilei'. ";kehere thtey rested ituxuriously oil the' noft. grassy bank. ". realty shotuld go nlow," said M11t dred regretfully at last. ,'Aunt U'rania will I.e dlistracted." Theni sudileily she renietuter,.I what for the last two hours slit' hat-I mercI fully 'set permitted ti f'r-,et. ,Ale flnsli'il scarlet, tutt witth a light tatugh paid catr.lessly, with her eyes on the lake: "I-! met with at little mishap this morning, Mr. Ia 'eston. I wonder if 700 would do me at great faa.,' for Tomt's sake. I lost mys totrse'. and un less you can lend mae a dollar I antt afraid I shall bave to stay here all night." "Why, what a shame" saaid larst's ton gravely. *'t happened to find some money today, and I shall tbe deligbtedl to pass it on." As he spoke he plunged his band into One of his manaty pockets and drew, forth a silverw belt bag. Mildred seized It with a little cry. "Why. it's mine:" Then, fixing him stiddenly with at stern. accusing, indigicant eye. she wrent oni rapidly: "Anid you knew it. for It's the' one Tom commissioned you to buy for me, andl when you said I might pay my, share of the lunchbeon you knew that I had not one cent with me! Just to humiliate mue you deliberately inv-ei gled 'ae inito accepting charity at your hands when" And she Jutmped to her feet and turn. ad away, her eyes brimming with tears. But Gat-eaton was at her side In an in stant and, laying a gentle hand on her arm, said pied dingly: "Walt a minute, Milly. I did know it was yours, I'll confess, dear. I saw it fall, but just as it reached the ground It opened, and something popped out of It-something that encouraged me to think that perhaps If I could get you to speak to me and to let me speak to you It might help to plead my cause again, for we haven't forgotten, either of ius. and It is absurd to pretend that we bave. Btut. If you don't realty care, even a little, why do you still carry this?" And lie opented his hand. In whtich. lay a little sitl-er rimmed por trait of himself. Mildtred made a last attempt at frigid dignity. "I carry It",- she began, with her head in the air. "TLook at ate while you tell Ime. dear." he said, turning ther face to ii tuts 1 they stood In the screetting shadoiw of a frienudly tree. Tier digtnity vanished suddenuly. "itectause I do care," site finished weakly, with a little catch Itn tier voice. "bave cared ever since I first saw you. do care still-antd-always shall!" Poor Rirhard'a Atmamara. Dr. Frarikizi timiiselt In one of the Inst nttmiters or thle almnanac gattwemt togetliir all thel'Itst saiyings of? loir tilelaird. which! fir twnteitir ce tears had aeieised andt c1iii, litIle iotunty}' li'hs. S~ii legs ails lii constant uine at this ilry. FIte eN:i topic: "Early' tie let aii early toi rili jakii iiles it tv alih. Weiilthyi riot etrive the;: "help ianiis, feor I tii.rls;*' l.iistaint iltrlptriiig wiirs ilirsi hi i . 'II. 111:11 lt til risi ihold i.l itvi tfait kilelit, iales Ii lean mil!:.' ,'ii.rre I.e elsuiel. liiselunol. lint fools %%ill! l-:iii ii no who r." It nsaI soili hleitii 1rims ills as tlese the rle d in all liii little galrn of thei iiai that niarliIt sie twetlier Frantk tin mail lie soliitiiriiH siltd 1ii.1N01 (e.teleu1 lIn ii teir, at oin rfiul sai i for that stay. The lirsi iiiiil err I Por Rilt ard's Alnuanna Il1r peari it in 1735. 1'oiilaiii the c ni, ilst of' nit ereatrtelr Is iapt lio I.,.n rii listerirl anl a-"i, ttviiinnialI. tail I raiser.-l,.' Is a i' ol Itill. Ina Ill S,.e rrlri ria.i ail.,e-it I..r l, "i - Ia ll'.. :art In "l, sIiri :aeIlii r' 4s'':L. liilit'l I u~ daI~'i .'i,;i t ter! lv ii. . I t ill.' i e r." ll.! tie i.-n wir l ,I " a1. ' Cr:ll I .r.. . I I. II Vol lV-ii ll ¼ i I yt t.r , Ce - th - n, t I. I, 1, lTa - ih lt ie -e i' ', .1 " I'ai i Kh I ,., , . lu1. ti. , al,) , . t. . :. l ee. ar ' : .11 I . -i 15:.,i 11111 'ý .. er, l 1.: a, " . or a. Ii';c ir t!i J. 1;: r. I p ot, r IIII drily l aMd1 It ,1 . , Ai . l" i I. ,I.I., ,,. 'I "'. . I.,1_ : . rare., or WE DESIRE TO CALL ATTENTION TO OUR STOCK OF SCARPETS, LACE CURTAINS and DRAPERIES ALSO OUR SILK AND DRESS GOODS COUNTER, AND SLADIES' READY-TO-WEA DE PARTMENT NEW YORK STORE T MAIN STREET HELENA, MONT. WORLDPACKAQE EXPRESS MESSENGER SERVICE STELEPHONE 200 A Shriewd Tasgrwe A certain Itoston hotel man tells this good etory at his own expense: Whei~n awsail boy on the farm. hia folks often sent I'll to the neighbors so buy a doz.-o eggs when their hens failed to lay enough. lie noticed that the old farmer al. waya th-id ecanh e-gg before a lighted candlie and examoinend it cnarefuliy. tn his innoeencie of vankee shrewdness the, boy3 supposedt that this was prompt ed more by honesty and Intention to detect whether the eggs were bad or not. One day, however, when he counted his eggs, according to custom, there were only eleven In the basket. With a determination not to be cheat ed, the tad trudged proudly back to the house and quickly mad. known his discovery. "Oh." said the old farmer, "that's all right, my boy tInie of them has a don. ble yoik."-ltostoni Iecord. Oxtord Mdrk6t Mendelsohn & Baitey, Props. Whol e-.ale and Rel'tail II ai~r-i ini Famhlti OroGerkes, frults and V6UQt6ahi6s, BUTTER AND EGGS. Dried and Smoked Meats. Fish and Game In Season. Phone 682"M. 46 W. Park St. -~HELENA PACKINfi PROVISION CO. Wholesale Oysters, * f ish and Poultry it 1 io %%iuil i lit I.I N 1....... ...NTA\: THEi date fiteIc.Ida. I),I HI'( I IC*'.t , . I Yb. Vestal Thbse. "Wais't that an odd thing for the m inister to may just as we wet, lasy. lag?" asked the Chicago bridegroom of Ihis bride. 1" don't think I noticed what he said," replied the bride. "What was it,.. Ilie Invtted us to come again." " Oh. that was just ordinasry polite. neaa Ile alwaysadoes my mlarr'ying." Detroit F'ree P'resa. Plait Tr..s. it adds to the hotueiikr character of a city to embower its bouses In maples and elms.. to give biding places for the birds. and It adds to coolness and s-. t ubrlty as well as beauty to provide shade against the blistering daya .,f summer.-ltrookiyn Eagle. 3t. Wa, to Weaitb. Short-if I hadl asm uu~b money ma you hat.". I wouldn't be an blamed stin Lo.ru-sty dear boy, that is the very aeton you wil sre~r have It.-Chicago ae.,.si steltet. Whitt' .tilhminro .lu iiliti was a young! skill fit. oruitli,..' ur. n. lltr.'rR of oturel thrr.ourzi,'t m.iiir,. lola Few, IIn 'lend lt,."r ti.'he t r itcto I,. -.ol boast "rl Ihat o liig iuld 111ini Ins lick. tbnuiwo'tv iabco''t Ii. I 1 1111" tIrt's teri, a ns a (ami'ii trnil III nui' of f ile ii.ireuilt courts liIInI t iutil liUoi n wlilih an. *f ny of uric ot tl at.'o e soem. 7-he tI' wlta'I.' the witoosa tn oathi sod othera, wouldi-t %t~ an' ~llie ngeed men wllh ado t ernt!i oi exl~rner i'. 'i f I' eiititenaiiee qn.i.sli:tto iS. I'l loii lug Ii.. repola. ., I orl 30 .h iit.. liri rno I n li f f1. IIr ' , r ,, . .."". 1" v t I'i *':ori " " I' ýr "I .. t - ooodkl"1 i~ia I ~ý ro'i i h"o CIGAR DEALES II:INI: LIQ1UOIS AN) CI(IARSS SHelena, Mont.