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Get Rid of Your Old Furniture and Carpets Now ._ _- ." Brighten the Home With New Things -= Time for spring house cleaning now and for a month or so to come. Likewise time to get rid of those old pieces of furniture and carpets and replace them with something new and bright and stylish. Every =body appreciates a change now and then and a little money judicious ly spent here will do wonders towards making your home look like another place, more cheerful, a place worthy the name "home." THIS SEASON WE SHALL GIVE REMARKABLE VALUES-due to our greatly increased business, necessitating carrying a tremendous stock which, on account of present cramped quarters, we must keep moving. Our purchases for spring are rapidly arriving, some lines are now complete, and we are ready to undertake the contract to furnish a new home for you in 20th Century style or fix up the old one so it will look like new. CREDIT---WE SELL FURNITURE ON THE MOST LIBERAL TERMS OF PAYMENT EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS for This Week's FURNITURE BUYERS $15 Elastic Felt Mattress. ON MONDAY, $12.25 O To call attention to our exception . ally fine line of Elastic Felt Mat tresses-acknowledged the only * really sanitary mattresses made, being composed of finest white Come uick for One of These Davenos cotton, we offer these specials for me Quick for One of These avenos Monday only: High-Class Metal Beds Under Priced You'll have to if you want one of them, as such snaps do not wait $15 Mattress, hand-covered with We have several styles of Iron and Brass Beds, high class in every long before being snapped up. The Owen Daveno is the only sofa- fancy ticking, for 1225 respect, being of fine design, of a high order of workmanship and bed on the market combining all the comforts of a real bed and only t12. 25 finely finished, which we have decided to discontinue, hence this the beauty of a straight Davenport. You can make it up in the opportunity, which cannotp fail to attract the attentiOn of every morning like a real bed, close ft up for the day, and at night open Full size Sanitary Silk Floss Mat- conservative buyer. it again and find a fine, comfortable bed with a separate spring tress, covered with fancy | 751 $35 ALL BRASS BEDS $24.75 and a good felt mattress, ready for use. art ticking, hand-tufted II. 35 ALL BRASS BEDS 24.75 This is a swell-foot bed of very pretty design, with scroll work in $65 DAVENO FOR $47.50 head and foot ends and half-inch filling rods; of good, substantial This one has a heavy golden oak frame, finely polished, with construction, firmly bolted top and bottom; fine lacquered finish. Verona velour covered seat and back, in rgd with black bar, uphol- A handsome addition to any bedroom and a great bargain for its stered in cotton, without tufts; fitted with a good cotton mattress. lucky purchaser. $70 DAVENO FOR $49.75 $30 IRON BEDS $21.75 Price includes a good cotton mattress. This Daveno is made of A bed of artistic design and good proportions, with circle in head quartered oak, dull finished, with fine grade of tapestry upholstry $10 SANITARY COUCH and foot, with polished brass fillers; finished in cream enamel, in green and brown; hair and cotton filled, with plain seat and with oxidized finshed chills. tufted back. $5.75 $30 IRON BEDS $19.75 $20 IRON BEDS $14.75 $85 DAVENO FOR $61.75 MONDAY ONLY This is a four-poster, with 1i- A bed of neat and pleasing de With a $10 cotton mattress. Frame is mahogany finished, uphol- Made exactly as shown in cut; tin trimmed with white; posts finihed in Vernis sign h brass cross stored in fine quality all wool tapestry of rich design. both sides drop down to close. with head and foot fillers of bars; fillers of iron, gold trimmed. Bu These C ets Monday, white, trimmed with gold. All iron parts finished in cream Buy These Carpets Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday enamel. Either full or three fourths size Our sale last Monday of Ingrain Carpets proved such a success that we have decided to repeat it, but on a grander scale and with greater price concessions. This time we offer your choice of our large $30 IRON BEDS $22.75 selections of patterns; a most varied array, in large and small designs, in colors to harmonize with Similar to cut at side, but ours any wall paper. These prices for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday; labor extra. has a swell foot board. It is of All Wool Filling Ingrain Car- All Wool Filling and Warp In- "Rajah" Art Ingrains, regular heavy, massive construction, hav pets; regular price 75c-........49 grain Carpets, reg. 85c......59q price $1.10 ..........................89 "ing 1i-inch continuous iron posts, finished in Vernis Martin; the AXMINSTER RUGS, 27x54 INCHES, ON MONDAY FOR $1.95 head and foot fillers all being of A very special offering from our Small Rug section. These rugs are a good quality Axminster weave, I brass, satin finished. In full size all wool, in the mottled effects which are getting to be so popular; the size is 27x54 inches, and the only. ends are finished with wool fringe. On sale Monday only at about half price ..............................1.95 $9 IRON BEDS $5.75 Nottingham Lace Curtains 49c a Pair --- Sold Regularly at Curtain Materials to Go MONDAY ONLY Short lengths of Curtain Swiss, 1 to 10 Exactly like cut to the right, with - 60c to 85c yards, in stripes, dots, bars and squares; 1-inch posts and -inch fillers; fin kitchens; regular liS and 20c materials; ished in Vernis Martin and J.f i I ir We've gone through our stock of Nottingham Lace Curtains and routed all the odd pairs and two and three-pair lots for onday's per yard ...................................... ....... trimmed with brass knobs. Well fin selling at a price that will close them out quickly. They are all full 21- yards long and the patterns as pretty as one ever sees in Fine quality Curtain Muslin, in a great ished and vr strong. I these goods: regular prices range from 60c to 85c a pair; your variety of patterns; sold regularly at 250 ished and very strong. Monday choice Monday at per pair,. only . and 0c a yard, to close at, yard........14 only, and only one to a customer. MISSOULA MERCANTILE COMPANY HARPER WILL REFUSE TO TESTIFY FORMER MAYOR OF LOS ANGE LE$ WILL NOT TELL GRAND JURY WHAT HE KNOWS. Los Angeles, March 20.-Arthur C. Harper, formerly mayor, and Edward KCern, formerly member of the board of public works, will refuse to an swer questions propounded to them by the grand Jury which they are summoned before next week. This is the statement of Horace Apple, coun sel for Kern and Harper, who says that he has advised both men to as sume that attitude. The chief interest in the graft cases revolves around these two men, both et whom resigned from office a few days ago under supposed pressure from a newspaper which was said to have strong evidence against them. No anwr t has yet been made fol oWial the indictment against an un * *nown person supposed to be Nick swld. '"king of the tenderloin," re d pterday by the special grand , T Rai WRINo MACHINERY. Spa" to The Daily Missoullan. ;,"ase, March 20.-Much of the y t hertoore used by tie 1. ;.. at Burke is being moved to the Corrigan mine, near Wardner, one of the allied properties of the Federal company, as is also the Tiger. The Corrigan will be worked on a large scale. Most of the miners formerly employed in the Tiger, which has been closed down as a worked-out prop erty, are moving their families from Burke to Wardner and will be put to work in the Corrigan. This Inarks the passing of one of the oldest mines in the Coeur d'Alenes, and one that has for years helped to swell the dividends of the Federal company. MUST GO TO PRISON FOR HIS CONDUCT Seattle. March 20.-In sentencing Philip Caplin to hard labor in the Walla WValla penitentiary for from one to fourteen years, Superior Judge Morris gave the prisoner one of the bitterest scorings in the history of the court. The man forced Mrs. Harriet Gar ton, stenographer for a local real estate man, to steal $260 from her employer and after taking the money from the woman, turned her over to the police in Portland. SAPE 18 DYNAMITED. Des Moines, Iowa, March 20.-Safe blowers last night dynamited the safe of the First National Bank of Imo gene, Page county, and took several thousand dollaus. ELABORATE SPREAD CLOSES NEW CHAPTER'S INSTALLATION Closing with a banquet that was the most elegantly appointed yet to be served at Ye Olde Inn, and bringing with it the birth of Beta Phi chapter of the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority, yesterday was one of an importance truly delightful to the members of the Delta Sigma sorority, an organi zation now merely a matter of Uni versity of Montana history. The in stallation proper was celebrated yes terday afternoon at the home of Miss Ethel Wilkinson on Gerald avenue, and the new chapter was dined and toasted last evening in the private dining room of Ye Olde Inn, decorated in a charming way. The blue and blue of Kappa, combined with the green of smilax and ferns, the red of roses, the pink of carnations, unusual and effective table decorations-the whole duplicated in the mirrow-lined walls of, the room itself-gave to the banquet scene an appearance that is difficylt to describe but pleasant to remember. The feature of the, table decorations was a large ship, made of cake and cargoed with sweetmeats; a great crystal centerpiece filled with flowers and lighted from within added to the gene l effect. The following menu was served: Canape Orloff. Oyster cocktail. Clear green sea turtle. Balted almonds. Olives. Radishes. Celery. Filet of sole, Normand, e Pommes Windsor. e Small tenderloin, Marguerite. Punch Itomaine. r Roast chicken, dressing. Salad moderne. D Neapolitan ice cream. Cakes. Cheese. Coffee. Crackers. Miss May Murphy presided over the program of toasts whlcn followed the banquet. Those who responded to her call and the subjects they chose fol a low: "HBeta Phi in Montana," Alene Mac I Gregor. "Realization," Ethel Evans Mills. I What the Fraternity Will Mean to You." Harriet Armstrong. "The Fraternity World," Mrs. W. W. Canby. I Toasts were also given by Olive Powles and Anabel Ross. I During the day and evening many messages of congratulations were re ceived. Mrs. Canby. who was formely grand president of the grand chapter of Kappa, conducted the ceremonies of installation. Beta P1 chapter was rep resented by Olive Powles and Chi chapter by Harriet Armstrong. The following Delta Sigmas were made Kappas: Frances Jones, May Mur phy, Ruth Smith, Mary Rankin, Ethel Evans Mills, Isabel Ronan, Alene MacGregor. Helen Whitaker, Margaret Lucy, Edna Fox, Mary El rod, Marjorie Ross, Ethel Wilkinson, Lucy Whitaker, Eva Coffee, Abbie Lucy, Maude McCullough, Anabel Ross, Thula Toole, Carrie Wharton, Ethel Marcum, Nan Vivian, Dolly Green, Grace Rankin and Florence Leech. Mrs. Canby is being entertained at the Delta Sigma suite at Woman's hall. This evening a supper will be given in her honor at the home of Miss Thula Toole, and Mrs. C. A. Dun iway will entertain the ladies of the university faculty for Mrs. Canby. Miss Harriet Armstrong will also en tertain for Mrs. Canby today. To Mrs. Canby has been presented one of Paxton's pictures, a gift of the newl installed chapter. PRAISES SERVICES OF COLONEL BROMWELL Washington. March 20.-In a per sonal letter just made public to Colo nel Charles 6. Bromwell, for the past five years superintendent of public buildings and grounds, President Taft commends his services and says that his having been displaced by Major Cosby was "in due course, and is not to be taken in any respect as a sug gestion of dissatisfaction with the performance of your duties." The president declares that the change is simply a routine one, and the position of custodian of public buildings and grounds is one that no one holds for more than a term. The president adds that insofar as Colonel Bromwell's duties were concerned he did his duty well, and "no one could have better filled the somewhat ex acting requirements o! the position in a personal and social way than you have." AMERICA 18 WINNER. Princeton, N. J., March 20.-The in ternational cable chess match between American universities and Otford and Cambridge universities, England, the American end of which was played here today, was won by' America, when the game at the fourth board was drawn. This have the Americans two and one-half points to one-half a point for Great Britain. ANGELS DEFEATED. Los Angeles, March 20.-White Box team No. 1 won again today. Score: R. H. B. W hie Sox ..............................10 14 8 Los Angeles ......................... 3 8 6 Batterles-Sutor and Sullivan; Tozer and Orendorff. JOHN KLING QUITS. Shreveport, La., March 20.-J.ohn L. Kllng, the catcher, a member of the Chicago National league baseball team, will not be with his team the coming season. He so declared in a message received by Manager Chance todly. EASY MONEY FOR ATTELL. Indianapolis, Ind., March S0.-Ar rangements were made today for a fight between Frankie White of In dianapolls and Abe Attell, to meet in Dayton, Ohio, on March 26. LOCAL OPTION BILL PASSES BOTH HOUSES Salt Lake City, March 20.-Both branches of the state legislature passed today a bill regulating the sale of liquor. The bill gives to all coun ties local option and to cities of 12,000 population or over a seliarate vote on the abolition of saloons. Where pro hibition is not adopted saloons are to be closed from 7 p. m. to 7 a. m. except on Saturday, when the hours shall be from 7 a. m. to 6 p. m. Special elections on the question of local option are to be called on the petition of 26 per cent of the legal voters. It is thought that the bill will re ceive the signature of Governor Spry. ROBBERS SECURE MONEY. Coldwater, Okla.., March o0-Robbers dynamited the safe in the Bank of Coldwater early today and escaped with 82,000. A heavy rainstorm aided in concealing the operations of the robbers. A Neighbor of Yours As well as yourself is liable at any time to have rheumatism. We're all liable to have cuts or burns, bruises or scalds, crick in the back, neck or side-some kind of an ache or pain. Then heed this advice and tell your neighbors-Ballard's Snow Liniment relieves all aches and pains, and heals all wounds. Bold by George Frelshelmer.