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Modern Dwelling Located close in on South Sixth street, 50x1.0-foot lot; range in house; porce lain bath fixturis; $1,000 cash, balance long time. Price only ............$2,T50 West Spruce Street Buy That Is Good Two choice lots facing on West Spruce street, a lso onl Toole avenue, 00 feet, on each street; I wo houses, one 4-rooll,, one 3-r~ )lm: they rent for $31.O0 pmrl monthi. Her' i it sphlendid invest nl it. I'ritce, only $3,000. I)ne-half 'alish will handl,. Jas. M. Rhoades Real Estate and Insurance Dealer, 115" fiiggins Ave., Hammond Block HARRY GOLD PLEADS NOT GUILTY. IN COURT Harry Cohld, the erstwhile Missnoula saloonkeeper, who was brought hback from Ban Franc.isco by Sheriff Gra. ham, was arraigned before Justice of the Peace Dyson yesterday on two charges, one of grand larceny and the other of obtaining money by false pre- 1 tenses. His attorney filed verbal de- I murrers to each complaint and the court overruled them, after which pleas of not guilty were entered on each charge. The man will he given his preliminary hearings at 10 o'clock. Priday morning. The court set bonds for his appearance at $1,250 on each charge, making $2,100 In all, but lOnld was unable to furnish the money allnd will remain in the (county Jail. LOCAL SOCIETY As*You-Like. It. Mrs. T. A. Wickes is hostess to the As-You-Like-It club today. Relief Corps Meet. The Relief Corps will hold a meet Ing today in Annex hall. A program of a patriotic character to commem orate Lincoln's birthday anniverrary is to be rendered. Plans will 'be din cussed for an entertainmc'st for I,'eb ruary 22 BOB BLOWS BACK. Bob Williams. the well-known pitcher of the Hlavre baseball team and one efr thle most popular of the younger ocuial Set of tihe city has ree. turned to Havre after an aibncei(' of several Imonlths .penllt In St. Paull and Denver Roh, who has an ui rblanity rather fetchlng and to thle young lc dies' simply irrisistibl, has aceceptedl a position as day clerk at the Havre' hotel, and hands out the glad slu illl and warns halnd of welcocme to thie hand-satchel pulblic in it wacy that I must win new friends fIor tlhe Ihucse. Havro Plalndealer. MRS. WALTERSKIRCHEN ILL. Mrs. W11llllna Wlte~rsklrchn, pro prietress of the ('offr Parlor, sub) mitted to an oprhtlion for appendlecl tie yesterday at St. l'atrick's hos pital. Mrs. Walterskir'chl c was taklen ill very suddenly on Sunday. fler on-l dltlon last night was alltisfactry to her physician. MRS. BANDMANN ILL. MIrs. N1. T. Ilandlinn.n n of hI.erald avenue is Iffrlng an attllack ,f grip. Cured by DRUNKENNESS: ORRIN Cure effected or money refunded. Guarantee in each box. Can be given secretly. Orrine costs only $1 a box. Get Booklet free from The Missoula Drug Co, Ham mond Block. Start Right That is I ith beginnirg of success. MANY W;EAI,TIIY i'1: 'PlL MALE TI1Rllt FIRST MONIY on REALI E1TATE. Why In, start right and make lne money for yourself on real estate? We. hav properties for sanl that will make money for YOU. Why not Investi gate. It will cost you nthing to see some of our opportunities. Wi have city property, improved and unimproved; orchard tracts and farms. Let us tell you about them. W, H SMEAD CO. illiggna Block. Mlssoula, Mont. Phone 212 Red. CHARTER DAY PLANS PROGRESS -COMMITTEES IN CHARGE OF AN. NUAL CELEBRATION AN-. NOUNCES RESULTS. The ,imi nitl.+ 1 it ' charge of the ('hat teri daiy ,celebratlion, ut the "tatit. university l i'xt Friday, arei hIardl II Work this wi-- on thel fhinti prepari tlins for lift v-nlt. It in piinnnti- to ItnItllty KgoI one, andll to place ihin lnew hollidings aind lhe lew eu'llllplllent In the best possibil Iitght. 'The programir for the tinday hnn atlreadly Iei--ni nn nliintd nil d th i d. tails of the alli y have, for the I uiIst pari t 1heP l i- inm .h'11 ,l. T'h,' I vtlit t l of thie lay will hi, of ILeiai rdl of IIllutte , ll (' nvo tl' ionlt hall in thti. lioring. ..Mr. I'lr: ird h i1.4- thliI rpitat iih l ton s ll over the smi.te ni t ii pul.iihel' ipeaker and tlih fi rt tahlt hie il Il m nltieir if thIe state hlard of ll (I - nell-tin wtilit t l Interel t lt hiM. l it. trl-'- . I - l ft ' ir afternrion .it itivitautlio lu n i'hi eo i i w ill Ie lil l n 1Ii i liWo a 's hull and tilll aIIfllerlno the bluldings of the- institution will Iiii open for liltlh Ih' irr os+eln i. A pI l e' ree' reptir n will, be i.hld ii t Ihiv, iV.llilgt. A Good Year. The liear Just lip t llas iein (-mn oi r Itu4iliial devi lop-ti ti't. foir lit. univer ality. The new Ilbrary, hlll fint.e tlii lrlt itla of. Its lt n iti the state, n hilt bern frilshed iuat l hits ltei n pnilydi, for SP ely olltf the last ict ibrl tinl ofll l'h r- l It-r. iday and the nlIw cours h whichll ilnl thed ith nln l ( Charter an y ipnal l tically r the aRnly iltry of the whole yIlr. when thre iuihidt-i Icout, intr' tiis fl the nl ili w l ht i-n i ras hl on vwlil willby hi lt few Milils Ion ll y0 i ple. In the nw liltrary buildinl ntir the various l ikslrooms iof the nlgllllah iourfe, tiht- stackroom and the inm lio lnt. The whole building has hwmn finished with nothing butlt the viery bow.it i inIl it Il odel l Itll kind. iThe tak and reading rchooml are large ak. nd kljarty and well lthtled and Aire equippedrt with the r lst libDr. . i tndhinrw lit the, I ti prise to ill oin t r ing it fior tilhe first e time anal thile opportunity for inspn,-* i ti'rl whi-h l will offered ot I'rid d is one twhich shotld be mnliised by no hiit in tihe piast eit griaitly Ihamlptn eired biy lfuik of ispaite aind -the disphya was poor. It ogi uliples alnutl the whole ba ement oif l the nuiet w huilllg, however, allot r ll iof tihe xhi iti lar if wilerl,ll if Ih. lti tiuih- ut i tiif , Iuii iit/ A i Sl Ichool at Work. Setiaking of the coming t'elebratin yesterday, Dr. J. It. Underwood, who has hiill generavlt l charge o if thie prl i rtilons, said, "The ldaises will ll hie Tilln nd tlhe tudents will he rendy Sto receivel visitor anlld to explailn their y work. htudent guhhes u ill he on hanel Sto conduct 1ll v'lltols over the roundlls alnd througlllh thl, illdings andll I ('very pnoxslhl courtesy will te. afford id to those whol visit Ithe university. The pait year has mown a wondehful one for the university. It has fld Svanred froti what was practically ai i secondary stage to a position (.gil to 1e that of tle heat ,.sleti' universllihs II. and 'hveryne who is Intereted ihl the if work of tile state's leading instition 1d should avail tfi.utiseilwv of this )fl y lp 'illlity l1' bliiall ,ring the instlhl - 1- .thin.'" * GENE HOWARD IN TOWN. Eugtlelne llRwa;rd, It youngL mnn who forlmerly relidt.d in Missoula, Is visit lncg his brothrer. l.. I). Hlowarl, for n I icouple f irweeks. Mr. lHoward Il inow connected with the lbalmlt pIlnn housei I in ItttIeman and but recently retuttned t fron, M ilwauke.', where he sipet some tl e In i plan l fael'or'. le'arnling lth l4 wViay lthe instrlll.ents are manilf' turid. NEW ADDITION TO CITY. It is reported thalt ai new enmlparny, known its the lutto-Mllissoula ltalty tcompanyllri . i platting ia new addlitiion to Missnlllll. The tract clunlprises tiihout 40 a'roes ald is 'lloated ouuilt)I of Iimmllllnd additionll No. 3:, scuthlwest of the slate Iuniveriit y grounds. The niw additiont I hi Ie known as It'li tItn,'e addition. BODY ARRIVES TODAY. Thei bhdy ofr eorgie tnlllnttt. the young sin of Rev. anld Mrs. J. W. tni'llnetl t of Anr:icondal, will urrive In Misso ul on ithe Clunplpr ('Ity train this morninK. Theih body will be met at the station by MissoiuliL frinlds and ci,('rted ti o the Missoulal cemetery, where brief' servihes will be c'ntlucted. MARRIED BY JUSTICE. Marriage licensei's were issued yes Itrday to WVilliam Mackle of M isisoulula tand Sitella Johnson of ]-varo and V\illia1ii I". JI.lng anrd iroslo ("hrne of Victor anld Ii'sllnsbllrg. The latter couple weure mnarriel by J.titlete of tlhe Peace Dyson. LIKE CALIFORNIA. Letters from T. A. lrice report that he, as well as hiis family, is quite satistled with San Diego, Cal., where they have taken a house. SUBMITS TO OPERATION, Hugh Stinge'r, ta well-known Mis soula imn, \vwa, ol r oiir n it thle lit. Palri'C's hospital yesterday. Mr. ItinrIgeLr wrill recover. Notice to Local No. 43. The organizr .f tihe Aimerlian Fed eration of Labor will be with us this evenlng at 7:30. All membersH are re quested to be plresenlt. ENDS ANY KIDNEY DISORDER BACKACHE VANISHES AND YOUR KIDNEYS AND BLADDER ACT FINE. f If yin tinks + I ,se .vr'tl s ,h f a if PI.apa' lihArti , l1l hIi.ekliho and ditr, friimi Iu.t-n,l-orltr kldneys ojr bladdlllr riot hil, will vanish and you will f(l fineI I dln,, hback, pllainfl stittrh,, rh t lmn l.lH , Iervi I ui hiluli l,' , dizine.l , I'ri i htive idnI.ppo:'. (l in.,lla in g l; e, iir i ilin , rr o 11pllp lurinatlin I (aspc i:ally i11 rIhtlll) anlll l I l W l ed r l f l ". In I e r y e n d . w h i l ! ifetlinM ndli.rii ble and i nrl ied Is raitio1 Igi s Iy t i r-l itil" aii , rirIerel. kLidneyi. hhddr 4and urinari y .syatcl r and allatrlblit i I1 l ,lil lrg, .hugle l ,in and vint llryg Influiee auraltly upont the Irgants nld gnlllds firftd, andl I. tpl, I IIete rh4are be1farn yo , raul '1'h., imI, nt you sunge. any kidhnhy ,jr irltae ry ,iir i rdllr or feel hi rni ati-i iii1 huimtnt, lighi lirking tlimhiis hiair "' lies 'd leline', with the, kiiwndge thay t ither- ii noitvl+r relldy at i any pri,, made Sanywlhe.re i'ls,. I lln the w lrh i, iwhich will SIil kllrtli., lwhich any Il I re l ggl e ie 1 i n n' S Yilut phytlinIII, pli rr1ietIli, tanker ar aIy lltlr1nt1le agency will tell ypor hdat Pape, 'Phlolpson & 1ale of 1'in k rinnati ine it irrgn lar to reyponible anid 1' ine liin ern, thi roia hly wirlhy of a tInly , rative resIuls can earne lrim talking Pa.pe's )hltretle, afndl Ii few day,' l treatment mens Mean, active, haulthy " kidneyl , bhttaddr anul urhlnry organs- -and noi hiknekhe. DRUMMOND CITIZEN IS LAID TO REST The funeral of Oliver Featherman was held at Drummond yesterday. PIlunerall services were held in the Drummond church unger the auspices! of Mastonic Iodge, Nd. :16. A special train was run from Phlilllipsurg and many were in attendance froum Deer iodge., hButte and (Wi rm n prings. The remains were Interred at New Chi cago, about six mlles from Drummond. Mr. Featherlnltn wA. well known ini Missoula. CURING CATARRHl ACCEPT OUR ADVICE AND TRYI THIS REMEDY AT OUR RISK. CtOturlrh IN It di:i-ixse oif" the timucotusH imembrane. The autcous tlemhranie Is. tinoe may say. tihe Interior lining of the body. ('atarrh, therefore, tiny exlit in fitly part of the systeml. Whenll the tartrrhal poison attacks the mnucoust monuhrnlie' , Inflamnmtion anltl congetstlin re' produced amtd na ture fails to throw off the l 'unatIiitltllt d poia ns. 'lThe oiran lit w hil hias been afflicted ( ase's to I'pertrm ita itprpI'r fiflittlita as uniatr Inteel.d it shiould. The result Isl mp.l 'liicatlon upon Oirnf ii|ulthn, which may lead to other even iloire sriouLls afflictionts. IDWi \ hositltc ty li'ellve Ib, xall MluaiL - 'I'ont' wlii dto woiili''s to'ward over cotlinig etuitrril. It Ih adie, frmll the plirst'tl'll itlln of lIn einl lntl hysillan whoi mad i. it lung i tidly iof ratirrh, tlnd hi g'ireat siiittiss witllh this riemedy wits t el l .'linhe cue. iV., wanit you ii It yo are i iffer'r &fr'oill cilla rrll lit a11 y tlt'rlt to givi' liteall Mu.,Tone a thorough trial. ( 's, It with r'egu tlhrity ianl d p ,.r ist +e y for a reasionabl ti' t he' ll, if .iu are ollt salll od't, onsll' bliaI ILnd tell lits t ,nd . Vi ith o t l u e st o n l f 'li ty r r lll " w e ' % ill and llack to yiiu .vry itnt you taiil s. 'this Is certulinly the fairest 'ffll that anyone toehd ltuke and shotil attest iour s.l .'i'rlty of tuirlios,. It ioties inh twoi .i.'es, price co'i ts +1n1,1 $ 1. It le m hse n t r, y ,u tl it l o b t:in h It o n ly i t ii r i r. -T h e It'xiill S tare . Th,, .11 soub. h l1'ug Cie. SUCCESSFUL OPERATION. L.olis Kihbo, ttuhiber of the hons of IIoritnnn, was s'cessfuilly opieriatedt for disease of lIlt, Ilver. 1tr'. Klhhb , whoi has lithi'ii hick fur yt'rs, \ill in'ow rtgail his former heallh. l.ai(rippe itins that pervade the on Stien systemIII, t4ariii 'oughsi that ral:' :ild strlitti or'' r itiliiyI i" trll by i "ioley's iH inicy and Tar, Iý1 iihlly iaxative, afo andl iirtl:ali lii riesults. I lrdon ('ity 1 rug i',, t neirg' l'rilsieOlmli r, pr, oioprlhutor. COAL We have II':Atll i EEK. ttiotino, Sin' nputret 'ahir 'reeok coal. This Is lth kind of coal w koeep on liond fl'or our cust'l. tiors. ..art ' you i - it, ni d I aliny l . hlys' If at , pl'ae youi r , rIl hr it oncei . s Itl i' sup a'ly i n' la. ie lii 'lii going likoe hat iikesi. t1,1 have lroulnlind Nlut for your range, .retnl' lump for iyour ht ter or firAtDc. ''llE hour (' re C O, l speakG: fEt itsilf, CO LC we t.ispeak for the watiht. If yoir older dles nut wIigh what wt . say it dies, wo give you tilth load, 'all up 'h.ont 4111 blhiaclk or pllsonally tall at offih,, i'ollbg buildling, S ilth GARDEN CITY COMMERCIAL COLLEGE COAL CO. IMPORIANT SESSION HELD BY BOARD COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ADVER TISE FOR BIDS FOR CLOCK FOR COURTHOUSE. The coullny elnmnlisiorlnerst held a. husy wePasl)on yesxterlday, thlrlee htids be Ing preptrnd otr adovertisement. It was decidert'd to rec..ive hbis for the Inte rior dielor.ations rfor tlle nfew court houie Iup to 10 o'clock on Monday, .%March J I. Itida for the ftirnishing, lncitng ;il andutt.ing Ii of the tower icl.ck for h lit now structture will he rlceivd up i IO l'0'lnek on Tuesda.y, Mairctl I. 'he clock in to he fItted with a hll tiI w'i'ghi 2,500 pounds and i to have four dials of, a. diameter of six feet eightlt inchflflt. The iclock will h," of the elornati.* Illumin, ting kind. Inids willt he reived Iup to IJ o'cloek on .Monday, Marth 7, for the furnish ing iand Installing of the comhlnatlon pli'crlrie uand tixtures for the roirt hoJlrliP, Ilnlllpi'l of each fixture to hbe submihttied biy the hilhlfrt with nach' hid. The ernnmtlilionfrs will visit the Illelkfroot Ih'i ti mrnling on an inspe. - Iflon.. The IK g 13Blckoot Rnllway conmpanly, on It branchl line up the river, will buhidl steveral ralroad ernas Ings and tlmake aiterationn In the countity ralll nd the )iaRrd will in s.ilt the i'nttlrnplatemd clharnges. LOCAL BREVITIES Smoke Win. Hooper clgars. Drink John (lund's Peerless beer. E. I,. Wlllain of St. Itelgs spent yes terday on blusiness In this eity. Billiards and pool. 107 East Front. F. P. Keith. Insurance, Florence hotel. State Boller Inspector J. H. Dailey am over from Hlelona yestierday. Dr. Willard, osteopath, 1st Natl. bank. Public stenogralher, Dawson. 5 DIxon. Charles I'. Terrell of Hlnmilton was a hbusiness visitor in the city yester James M. Ithodcas, fire InsuIranee. Marsh. the undertaker. Phono 321. ('. A. P'olson of Bozeman is attend Ing to rusriness In this city for a few I)r. Ward, veterinarian. Tel. 33 or 531. 1'uhlh' stenographer, leirrenee hotel office. 1). If. lBinediict of Spokane was a guest at the Florence hotel yester day. Melaney & Adams, livery, hack and transfe,r. Phone 655. W. A. T. Brown of llutte paid the (ardenl city a business visit .yetster day. Smoke Charles the (rreat and Bul wer. At Holmbach & Kelley's. Penwell care, new, clean and up-to Idate. Penwell block. H. C. lHendricks of HIelena Is look ing after bulsiness Interests in this city. D . W. P. Robinson, dentist, Masonic block: phono red 245. We collect anything collectible. hIIl (latel AdJ. ('). 'i'lleph, ne ( 839. Miss Lucy Evans of Stevensvilll, was the guest of frlonds it this city yes terlday. The Missoula Brick & Slupply conm Iny, office 115 Hiigglns avenue. Leave your ileastre for your JE:aster sult. M. J. Hlousemllan, 211 Stevens. It. II. (irmps of Helena called on friends and acqualintances In this city yesterday. RUnklst oranges, one dozen, delivered anywhere , 35 cents. Phone 32'2 Red. Dr. J. Louise Smith, nosteopath, suite 17 Masonic temple. Phone 618. W. 'I'. 'T'ylr of Iamilton greeted friindst and nctqltluainltances in this city Seste.rda y. Elyes examined, Newton II. Rchw'elk ,r. Optical Specialist, 318 Higgins. I)r. Anna James, osteopath, roomsn lot, 103 Higgins block. IBoyd Il.amilton of portland is spendi ing at few days in husiness II tlhei (lacrdon city. Shorthanld nd typewriting s(ch,,il. liotel M.in.ouiiti. Miss Wisdom, l ..'iher. .l1IrnIess and saddles; repairing done. Missoula Harness conlmpany, 127 West I,'ront street. D. It. Smith, a redldelt of Salt Lake,. Is cttending tI. iusincs in . \l.issoula and viclnity. Dr. Relland, the optical specialist,' Is now at his offlel In the Hammond I block. All glasses ground here. I.Ponrl 38 for cabs and baggage, transfer,. (reen & Illinghouse. John M. Johnlson crnm in froI m Par- i ;lise yestlerday it aitlilld to sonic I busi neIII ss a ffa les. Dr. Hanson of Itutte, Mont., visits any part of siat.l for consultatlons, and general surgery. I)rink .1cc II. l'rizler at the Oxford. "',vecry swallow In:ixes a friend." Warren Miller, ia resident of Dixon, 'n the reserv!atlion, wasl a visitor in Mlssouli yesterday. Free Stucmpf & Stein, ladies, and genllts' tallor, Gibson block, room 4. fir. Pearl iPoster, dentist. Children's work a specialty; i1 iliggins block. Mr. land Mrs. W. M. Watson ot'i ialnilltiin visited frietlds in the Cuar-i den 'it. yesterdaly. Dr. lBryanlt. Tel, 587. "I qton." (traer ('orbin, liiallo. Phone 210 1Bik. Pepliard flats. l.esch.tizky lmethotld. M. J. lHealey calime over froin his home it the Ci(apital ciity yesterday on a short buslness trip. Drs. IT. C. Smith and If. IT. Parsons! have movedl to siite f.3 Higgins block.t Teleplhonel 447. t'omllpetlent vocal Iinstruction git'on by Miss Arat linyt, 325 Trelllont strelt. Tieleclilrcnt 784 lIed. Stanley Seoare, tile Ionan banker and proprietor of tice automobile stage COEN-fISHER Co. THE GOLDEN RULE Missoula's Most Popular Trading Center 15 Only--- One-Piece Dresses $9.50 \\'we hve only 15 of ihem left annd tro close I(' the o11 at. bhis price they won1t lnst long. There 1 ire values in the lot l p to $23.00; all high chlas and 1,tally inlored, .,shnmres, selges, uwsaunls and Kersey, good range of colors, blak, r1td, gray, mlvy nml green, $9.50 Women's High-Class Tailored Suits, Your Choice for $22.50 'I''ere allre only ten snits in thii lot, the e(vltram of tllhe stock; no two alike aind the mliit-. lterilal and workmnship the best. )(ne slrl 1brown hr( nlolh I41 inches long. ( ei, n' him serge, 52 inches long; ('(it haIilsnmely rimmn)el with ibr'i d down tin Wd will hbruidi; ollr' irinaned with front. aind hick, aiso on shleves; skirt side hlack silk; skirl i ledd on side. Formnr plenll ; former selling pric .........$52.50 selling prier ................................... $-45.00 One handsoml black prunetta, 40(-ich i onlt, ( ne green whiwaloe rge, 40-inch coat ; lrinntd'with Ime malterial; plealted skirt. .ll1r trimmt I wiith veIvet; ; skirt pIheatedi .Forme'r selling pric$e ........... ..... 42.00 wih nl front. Former sllin price, _ws ......................... ............ ............... $39.00 ()ao ashes .of rosns bhradeloth, tight-fitting, (riimmend with Iands of same material; skirt One gray hrod.loth, 50 inches long, sidel pleated and panel front. Former sell- trimned with Ihands of sauie nmat1,riial; skirt ing pri ce ....... ............... .......$55.00 pllated with panetl franl. Former selling ri . ......................................$45.00 One navy blue striped serge, 48 inches long; c.ollar trimmted with navy hlue iloladloth; O(ne EOdison IIe broadelolth, 52-inchl cot, skirt tside pl ated. Forl'tner selling .plrice ihndsomely trimmed wlll ih brid 1 ti4 bottom wI1us . ........... ..................... .... 39.00 of c( ll. nt d sll] eeves4'; very handsolell s ilt, skirt pleiitetil. Fortner selling pri',., $62.50 (ine red, faniy strliped serge, 4; ilnch's long, ,'llar trimmed with reil and cha.npaign One black, Iight-fitting hr, ad.lt|h, 50 brlltlAlolth; skirl, plAtelld. Former selling inches long; lined with uauIii line silk; skirt. pricle ............................$39.00 pleIated. former seling price.' ........$47.56 line on the reseirvation, visited in the city yesterday. J. N. Iliukaba ,:izne In from his rInI It tSunset yesterday I inok after l:,lness mi tters. A\re von g gitg to the Fraternal lrothl ,rhod zeard and baskezt .Wzial I ',Wedneeday, I'ebruary id? Everybody invited. Jamenls I". Torrence, one of the real estate meni of llalnlton, tailed on friends in Missoula yesterday. C'hiropody, Shampaolng, Man.. ur Ing, Scalp treatment and. Facial Massage. Mrs W. V,. Coleman. Room 20, Masonic .Tmple. Phone 245 Black. Mrs. It. T. Cummlng ,spent yester day ia the guest of friends In this eity. li'r ihome Ih in Drummnmnd. S. George HIay, eartified public ac countant and auditor, Lewisohn build Ing, Butte, visits all parts of the state professionally. Audits, financial ex Samlnations, etc. J. T. ('arroll, mlanager olf the nr gey m.tlunber cOpanlllly, was in the city yesterday. lit re'lgsterd frol Sp, kanle. Stalp Treantment, Shamponing. Fattil Massage and aoniu'a iulring dione at your homze by MIss Agatha Archer. Ileetrih treatment given at 202 East Main. Phone 537 Ilid. Itiherly ihumber Co., ilgn pt de livery; dry I6-inch tordwozd, also dressed lumbhr, shingles, s tllt aul all kind of Iil1 work; roofing anid building paper. Phone 713. A WOMAN TO BE PRETTY Must Have Luxuriant and Glossy Hair, No Matter What Colon. 'The finezt colintour of It fittlle f;ttce, Itfi sweettest nllieo of a fem'lot mouth, losezs something if the hIlead is crowned with ] 'want hair. ht.iznt and fatlling hahir, it s nlow known, is causedtl by zI para site that burrows into the sculp to the rzot of the hair, where It saps the vitality. The little white scal'.s, the gernl throwws up In burrowing, are .c1lled dandruff. To cure dllandrulff pzt'r mnnently, then, and to stop falling hair, that germ must be killed. New bro's IaIrl'piide, ain entirely new re suit of lithe clzhemzllczlt labhoratory, de. stroys the dandltluruff gerzmz, and, of Cours'e, stops . h. ofa lling hair and Ipre I vents baldness. Sold by leading drug gistst.Htnd 10o in stnmpsn for snmple to ''Thez Itrplicide Co., Detroit, Mcllh. (One, dollar bottles gzuaranteed. Mis soull:a )rllg 4Co., SuLecJal ugents. LADS ARE INJURED. Wallace, Feb. 14.-(Speelal)-While Scoasting down a hill at WFlrdner to day Buster Brown and Frank ?itehle, two young lads, lost control 'nt the sled and crashed Into a telephone pole. 11Both were seriously injured. It is reported here that a snowslido at the Arlington mine In Western Mon tonla this afternoon killed two men. Won't Need a Crutch. Vl When Ediltor J. P. RSssman, of . i rnellus, N. C'., bruised his leg badly, it started an ugly sore. Many salves and oilnltIents proved worthless. Then Bucklen's Arnica Salve healed It thoroughly. Nothing Is so prompt and sure for ulcers, boils, burns, bruises, r cuts, corns, sores, pimples, eczema or plies. 25e at The Mlssoula Drug Co. Missoula Investment Co.s Grocery Shop 121 EAST MAIN 8T. PHONE 7S A. J. BREITENSTEIN, Mgr. PHONE 73. NORWAY MACKEREL. trit Ely fancy. Norway marclrrel, larg, ar, ite and of fine textura. An nttractive Lenten spocial. Price each. 10c. 15c; two for 25e and ea lt ...... .. .. .. ................ . ...... .. . . ... .... ......... ......2 5 BABY MACKEREL IN OIL. I"rI a few lays only we are lslling two cans ycnirg ma.klrl. In oil for 2'.e. A real Lenten speelal. 'DIAMOND W CANNED FRUITS. Large lIne l'alifornla fruit,'L the very best ohtainbhle. The color and flavor of this fruit is perfiect. Peaches--Freestones, Ilmnon cling and sliced; Iartl.ett pears, Iling and Royal Anne cherries; blackberries, strawlbrries, plIums and apricot. Itogula. :15t pe)r can gradt. Our pric, per ran .. ..........................................O GOLDEN DATES. 'lii 'uncit.nl orlicntal fruit that has leoa a f.a,vrite for ages-lean., rich, tender, wholesome fruit. lith'or bullk or in packages, per . p.. iul .. ......... . ....................... ........ .... 154 r -- ------- Sore Lungs and Raw Lungs. ?Mlst people know thi, fteling, andn the minera le state of III hi alth it Indieates. .All I people shouild know that I'oley's IiiHon tiend Tar, th" e groatest throlint and liin. remedly, w!lI qlulicltiy cure tihe Hsorencs and (.i otgh and restore a Inormal 'onnrlitlon. Aik. for 'oley's lioney 1d1 Tar. harden 'ity Druiig Co., Co.'rge i'ruishelrnwr, Ipiop rhitor. Special Sale. l'lry Ihlnunanl dollar stook l.l w:agonsR, carrlnage, bIIiggliN, farm Implo iments of every description, In'lliullng fill lo t of liurness, to Iibe sold re gardlles of (loest in the next 30 days. If yoIu need iiythinig in olr line now iN the lime to hiliy. NNI.0(N & CANNON ('O. A MONEY MAKER The Standatrd tFender Co, Is now sell nllg stock at $1 per share. It will soon be telling at $5, (iand If you want a good Investmelnt you would do well to g;t In on thel groundai floor. STANDARD FENDER CO. Box 607, Missoula. No Picture Shown That Could Offend the Most Skeptical at The ISIS Frank Borg & Co. WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY We repair anything tn our line. EIye glasses flttgd. SHOES FREE AT THE Sample Shoe Store 322 HIGGINS AVENUE. BUY A MISSOULA MADE Trunk Mane and Sold by Evans Bros. Trunk Co. Feddersnhn Building, 304 HIggins Room 3 and 4. Phone 261. Olson & Johnson CONTRACTORS. HEBRON FIRE AND PRESSED BRICK, WESTERN STATES AND K. C. CEMENTS always on hand. Estimates furnished on Structural Iron and Steel, Oak, Birch, Walnut and Mahogany Intcrlbr finish. Burglar .proof window fasteners. Phone 628. Office 127 W. Main St. Missoula, Montana. FASHION'S NEEDS FOR MEN -AT JOE'S Toggery Store Grand Pacific Hotel CAFE IN CONNECTION. Open Day and Night. CHAS. A. SCHRAGE, Prop. Coy. Railroad St. and Higgins Ave MISSOULIAN WANT ADS BRING QUICK RLSULTS.