Miseula's Best Grocery.
BUSY CORNER 'PHONE 98
FOR 40 DAYS
0I CENTS for a fat Norway
Mackerel. A fine breakfast mack
Merl worth more money, but our
prise, each ................. ...............10
"BLOATER MACKEREL, each..3hS
SOCKEYE SALMON, bellies In
brine: very fine, lb .... ...........BOS
ALASKA RED SALMON, per
pound ................. ....... 1
L*AN cans of red salmon, the
Carter brand. An extra fine fish
and a big bargain; per can ......10
CODFISH MIDDLES-the choicest
pieces of the cod; per lb........... 20
10-LB. PAIL SK Norway
H erring ...............................91.85
SMOKED HALIBUT lb ............ SO
·I - -.
Our spring stuck or Wh'liting'a
finest statlonery is now in. It inl
eludes everything that is latest in
teture, tint and shape. Our care
fad buying enables us to sell these
fier papers for as Ilttle or less
than old style paper costs you else
FRENCH OHAVIOT BOND
paper In pound packages for 855
Is our leader; It can't be beat; Lt
bs the quality and speaks for it
self. We would like for you to try
a pound. lEnvelopes to match
3 Bunches for 250
See this in our east window.
Missoula Drug Co.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Phone IS. Hammond Blook
Special Prices on
812 Higgins Avenue.
CommencIng March 1 you can
read all the late books at a emall
price. 1,000 to choose from.
J. W. LISTER
114 East Main St.
iowland, The Jeweler
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry
SpeIall attention given to
FINE WATCH REPAIRING.
114 East Main Street.
LUCY & SONS
EMBALMERS AND FUNERAL
W. D. Kendrulck, Manager.
Wholesale and Retail Grocers.
J, B. Henley. N. 0. Tevis.
John Elgeman. C. A. Crawshaw.
A peulue ul of I lh c.uulht in thel P'a
fcl.lo oean. Most excellent for al
adi and other dishes In which they
are use . Per can ......................
Visitors i at ithe office of Th Ilvsulllun
yesterduy had ln oipportnlllty tIo see
the prizet plateI' f NrluIb
PRIZE tnth fleds which took
FRUIT the preinium lit th1
tnoting of thi' stlate
horiculltulral snclhty ini Plains last week.
They are 1as fine applhs as over any
bt1)y looked at and the orchards of
Platt & Cu. at toml, are well adver
tihed by the winning of tilhe blue ribbon
for this part f the anlinual midwltiter
display, Thi. Platt Iorchlltrds rle bheing
carefully developed for lthie piroduction
of thl high-lllass fruit. Wherever
theire alre any wlOk trees they are
being cut buck aid top-grafted with
clollne fromi' trees of knotln merit. In
tlis way the quality of the Mcllntosh
ited inr this rcllhard is being brought
to the llllghest point. This practice of
etectlion will certainly develop the bet
iquality of apple possible. It in tile tLp
pli.ntion tof tlle principle of thle nur
vlval :If the flttest as folloiwed Inl the
ldevelollpment of gralltl Its application
to fruit should result in soilnsething
mluclh better thanll the ordinlary.
Tuesday IKight I1 tie dultt oI' the, Ited
Applce lbailluet. Yesterday' miaiil and
telegraph brought toi
DON'T tile desk of Hecretary
FAIL Iielitelnstalin many ae
ceptutllcea from distiln
guisheid citis.e of otlher citiesi, and It
is certaii tllat tihe coupllunylll at the banl
quet will be the livelliet and tllmot all
teirtulliing that has ever asseIibled for
thin annual event. The big dining
roomll n the Mlasoula hotel will be spi,.
clally decorated for tiihe oce'asilio, Ited
Apples being thel principal feature.
There Is In course of conistruction mI)oII
applejack that will rouiid out the btll
quet in fine shape. 'rThere are ited Ap
ple accessorlen galore in the bill of
fare that has been arranged and the
banquet this year will be something
to talk about until the next one comes.
Those who desire tlicleta should not fall
to secure thenl Monday. Tihe sals of
the crowd will be limited by the ca
pacity of the dining room, and tile culn
mittee hba decided not to sell any more
tickets than will fill the roomi conm
fortably. The banquet Is thl Bil
Boost. There should be all the tickets
bought that are to be sold.
The lucal Mulsune will lhalo ai large nat
tendance at their dedicatory exerclaes
when their new temnpl
READY TO bullding iln fornially
DEDICATE opened. Acepttancee
are conming in at a good
rate anld uone of the largest gatheringsl
of Mtansulnl ever isaemlbled In Montana
will be here for this dedication next
mouth. Last night official word was
received from Stevensville lodlu No. 28
that Its members will attend the cere
aionlems in at baody. Other ilodges mhave
ncelt word that they will be well repr-l'
elnted, and the nteat Invitutions wlhicl
were sent out by the committee are re
cilving the attention which they merit.
Robert Hibley in in charge of the ar
ra-ngement of the program and thin ti
ausurance that t it will be pleasling and
attractive. .verything Is working out
finely for the success of tile occalion
andl it is certain that It will be at
niotabile event in tihe history of the or
der 1I Montana. T'he public had its
first gilinpse at the interior of tile new
temple ni'riday night and theIre were
maitny words of praise for its beauty.
Frannk N. Major arrived frolnl Lutte
yesterday to assume the Intnagentent
of the store of tile Mis
NEW M. I. coulal inveustlnent comn.
MANAGER pnay. succeending A. J.
IBreitenaltein, now Nsacre
tun' of tile cilhamber of commllnierce. Mr.
Major ihas been l in Hutte since last
spring, when lie came west from Allen
town. PaI.. where lie had made a reputa
tluon ans i thorough and successful busi
ness nlIul. Hlu its nassLurd of ai cordial
welcome to Missoulna: two of the mat
ters to whlich hie ttended yesterday
were tlhl Joining of the11 clhamnber of
coU)lllerca' naind the pura'n'clnslnlng of ant
ticket to tihe ited App)ie batntlquet. Thlat
gives him a good start antd niobody caLn
catch.l hiln now. Mr. Major expressun
himsellln f as well pleunased with tile city
whiich Is to be his hnn.me. For her part,
llssoula Is glad to see liltn nland to
Cwelcomne hil as i Illt lneber if lhr lnerl'
cuntile circle, lie will beconme persona
ally acquatilnntcd \n thi Ill contemporn-*
artis inl tile icnl busine.a world Tules
day nlight whenl thit, bell rings for tihe
Rled AppaIle banlquet. tntld it Ia u cinclll
that Il will likl them n. It Is cquatly
certalina that they will like himI.
tjtnlle' \t'n'idet'Ins MlcCtirllick and Fro-
Inlanl lain\v' lnet'll d their setasonl'.s n nal' nof
hn latilng and fishllllng
SALE IS licenses and dteslire toi
OPENED infrm tihe publile that
there ana' ' no old or
shupairn gondis in their stuck. Every
IIcalnse is fresh anul Ine ltanld hast beent
tihoroughly in.spected ua dern.la tia pa.i
slnns onf tie' pun'r-food ht. w t. Theire Ihas
hbeel nIna c.rln 'ried-over stnca plai-ceid oni
,sah' ntt thils anenllng; it woulid bie la1a
possiblea, an\yway. t- thils year's"
lic'llnsets arl'e prin'ted onl papiuer ofi ctllnrl
dlifferlent frnom that which was used Ilanist
acansonl. This malatkes it imlan silble to
w\urlk off it 1909 licensl'. for neilther of
lile gaille \ward'lens i color blind. Now\\
is the chanllce tao suslllcrlbe. T'he Lstuock
is ine\ anald comllete alld \.Iever.y lice'tnse
Isold durinag thei Inxt 10 iidays is wtar
alated to tn tctah a fish. 11l whu hasi
[tutes is lost alnd there Is nne sno bl1 lindl
it.- tlhose who will not s(. (, c'olne while
till' stock is compill ti' . (c't ian oi tlhe
ground floor, There' will iposiltively be
an n't-iprice sale hnter in thet .season.
T'il i present is the' racik-bottuon aprice.
'Th' lilntne rooms Inn the city, nll
lmodernl cofnvnCeniennc'l, Itat.le tihe
clleapast. Tran.lenlts bliclited.
Hamilton, Mont. - "The Ravalil
Hotel." J. O. Read. owner and manager.
107 EAST FRONT STREET
W. Rn JOHNOTON, Proprletor,
fluye a ,nl e four-rooll cnttage, Just
completed, Good foundatlonl, elec
tric light, cellar, water inI house;
O,,ne block we frotlh ear line u, I
South Slxtlh street; half canHi, INlt
alces, on tlimc to uult.
half ash, balance on tih stri, t
I nlluotderll slx-room hotuse oin 'Tr -
n nt strieet; lit itth and pisterld;
Plectric lighl, first-chliu s plllllbing,
c.espoul, cement walks, good cellar.
Rents for $35.00 Ier month.
Modern four-tapartment fat lat bild
ing; five rooms to each ulpartment.
('lose In on mouth side,. Will pay
15 per cent on the investment.
Price, $12,t00; $5,,000 will hantdle
$1,300 buys a s~plendhii loication fr Ir
a home or flat building, on South
Higgins avenue, three blocks from
lew high echool. Look this up,
E. A. Winstanley
REAL SiTATE AND LOANS,
154 HNiggin Avenue.
MISSOULA AND BUTTE MEN TAKE
OVER CONTROL OF PLANT
FROM R. L. STEWART.
Ainuutctneettt sas aratd.e 3e stetduy,
that IHubert I.. Stewart lhas told his
rights to the process of colll briluetting
to capltalists of Iutte anld Missoula
ntld that SotlneI timle durnllg tihe sprilng
tilo coal lanlds north of the city will
be opened up by the new operators.
Mr. Stewart will act as superintendent
for the company during the opening tip
of these fields and thet Installation of
tihe briquetting plant and will continue
to imake hisu resdlence In thils city.
Mr. Stewart camel to Mlmsoula smu,,
weeks ago and forntmed the conctluloi,
both fromll permonal exploratilonl and
froln stories told by olhers, that thlere
Is a large bed of c,,oal lying north ofd
the city, which ,eed.. nothing but to
be exploited. anld has I)eent working
along the line of getting nlueone to
take hold of the project and develop
the field. The new compauny will have
its principal place of business ill Mis
soula alnd will at once equip offices,
whqre the drawings, mIaps and survey
notes will bh worked up.
TO INITIATE TUESDAY
Cnliveraity City Lodge, No. 13:11,
Modern B3rotherhood of America. is
preparing for a big time next Tues
day night. when it class of 125 can
didatll will be Initiated into thoe or
der. This will be one of the largest.
It not the largest, classes ever taken
into the local lodge, and the members.
are preparing for a lot of hard work.
as are the candidates. The Odd Fel
lows' hall and unnex has been en
gaged for the occasion, and after the
initiation, which will be carried on in
the main hall. the members will be
served with a banquet In the annex.
FREE SMOKING TOBACCO.
'out tllln ,iout, bring it to my tore and
receive free it piacklge of the fallous
Old Eniglish ure\t Cut for tile pipe.
Tills offer holds good for this date only.
Nio minors Ineed apply.
IltA\NK J. II'llTl
IN HAMILTON TODAY
.A big delegation I I t'iltbrf of the
Missoula 'rrapshouter.' mmmtiiiontliimm will
got to lia iltin Iisl mllorllil.g. hellre
they will be thell gluests f tlhe gull lub
of that city. Tih. lilttier IRout gunmenli
extended nl invlittlon to their M11is
soula brethrenma it w eel ago. andl today's
trip is tihe result. .\ Joint shiout be
tweeni thle twoi clubst will be held itnd
it Is pronlsed that lhoiusdlltl n of blue
rocks will be shuttered. 'there wiill be
tit lea.t 15 mllemlbers of the Mis.mula
club to leave Im i this molllrlling's train,
which isu to dmm eplart at t moclock.
Hamilton, Mont. - "The Ravalll
Hotel." J. O. Itead, owner and 'nanager.
Barber & Marshall
THE SOUTH SIDE GROCERS.
509 South Higgins Ave. Phone 20.
Not all flids arc Iiisilh W ofl'fer
raellu of the lec'l.siles of life very
Eastern Eggs dozen . 35c
Best Butter, pound 40o
Butterine, pound ... 30e
(lovernt' llenlllt i.spected; purte, cleanlll
healthful, uiasuripusmsem d fur cakes;
fine for the table.
Hams, pound . .200
SM'eet anld good; chieaipe'r tlltnll fresh
L. B. Flour, sack ... $1.60
Lovely Itread f'lourl; iimade' frulmi tile
buet Club wheat; se:pcclally guod
for piastry; ia Itavalll product.
Irish Potatoes, per 100 pounds....$1.00
Fine, wiite tubers; the cheapest of
food stuffs; they cost only 60 cents
THIS VARIETY WILL BE PLANTED
IN UNIVERSITY AVENUE IM.
A.s tlth result of a serires of inmeet
Ilgs, the resdlents of the I niversity
avenue iim provement district have
reace.l'd i co'Iclushon as to the variety
of shade Ire'es which th(ey will plant
thlls spring. The lmatter hai been the
subject of t'much dlscussull and of
careful Inev stglKatlon. I'M. L. I('klnunl.
Dr. Dodds and Dwiight Ilughes were
selected us a comlnlttee to immake in
qulry regarding the best trees to plant
and at a meeting held lust Tuesday
night, this colnmtittee reported. The
recommUtenldation contained a list of
five trees, given II the ordter of the
preferenclle of the committee; these
trees were': Norway mIaplel. ugiar
maple. aluk, eelll and Altmericatt Indtoi.
The comtmiittee stated Its preference
for thIe No.rwy maple land ga've Its
reasons, but left the final selection to
the mnernbrrs of the district. After dll
oussinmo, in which all present par
tl'lpated,. the meeting voted to select
the Nortpy. maple. The commtllte was
contlint ed. to Ilnquire Into the size and
inge of trees that should bei planted, as'
It Is desired to hIve the trees na unl
forml lts lpllosble', At a nielting later in
the week, ai decision was reatcheed In
this mattler anll the tre:es will be two
inches ill di(Jmeter and 1" feet high.
':pmht':llg will ie .s early us possible.
TRUNK COMPANY WILL
HAVE CITY DEPARTMENT
Evans Brothers' Business Make Addi.
tional Quarters Necessary
History of Good Year.
Siince being organized in April ot
thL y.ur Just past the Evans Bron.
Trunk Co. has, made such decided
strides to the front that It has been
ileemed necessary by the members of
the firm to open city quarters. To any
one not aware of the tact that Mis
soula has a full-fledged trunk fac
tory, a peep into the basement of the
Higgins block about March I will
p)rove to be" a revelation. In the year
since Evans Bros. first located In
Daly's addition they have met with
encouragement on 'ill sldes. The gen
tieinen stated, when interviewed re
cently, that they were very appreciative
(of thei support accorded them by the
people of Missoula, and .)n· thing v'whicl
appeals to them especially is the way
in which the people have evidenced
their willingness to patronise home in
dustry. Everything that can possibly
be procured In Missoula with which to
manufacture trunks and leather suit
cases and traveling bags has been pur
chased here. One advantage which ý
will come of the additional location
will be the opportunity of making a
displlay of the products of the conm
pany sf giving the public a chance to
view the methods employed In produc
Ing the wares of Missoula's, as yet, In
fant enterprise. After March 1 the
company will be capable of turning
out from two to three dozen trunks~
T1'he gentlcImni express a willIinglnss
of showing any one interested their
plant and goods after they are located
in their new city wareroom.
VREELAND MAY GET
* WHeIington. F''b. -T ppear
.u1 t' forlnt'r Iovernor 13. i. plill1
orf New York at the capitol today and
his conllfurei nce uii tite floor of tihe'
house of representatives with itIet
h)ers of tie New York delegatlotn,
caused tl flurry of' excltelllent among
polltlcal watchers aund soon started thel
runmor that Mr. odell had contei tio
Washingtonp to liie up thle New York
congress* en utgaillnt the re-election oef
Tlinuthy L. Woodruff tus republican
state chairlmanip. The report met with
flat denial. The ilquIrle's, hiowever,
brought out thei' fiact that Itepresieln
ttlive I. LI. V ''elatid of New York
is urged for Woodruff's place and
that lle probably wrill have the sup
piort of manyi member's iof the cPon
COMING TO BIJOU
.\l thlte ljou thleater tuiiorrow
'eventllllg tihe great aviation contest,
w\hlch was held at Los Angeles, will be
reproduced faithfully in motion pIc
tures. The picture shallows the great
winged ships of the air as they appear
ed at the Angel city. It shows tlhem
at their best in helghth, speed and en
durance flights. The aviators are
plaintly shown, as are also the exhibl
tion flights by each. It was a great
event and the pictures present things
actually as they happened. Other pic
tures and an illustrated song will coinm
plete the program.
The "Free"--1 a week buys It. In
sured five years. Orvis Musto House.
Fine Watches and
E. H. DEMING
Jeweler anrd Optician
120 Hggilne Avenue, Mleeoula, Mint'
A Big Coasting Party
Tlhere' ait lot, of ptlasure ill coasting, whhil thli sledi s shoot down hill like streaks of lightl
lling. With eVi'vyloily laugh inllg ian lll clhtl'ft'lll. 'I'here is a big coIt asting 'flivitl golilg in11 III
this sto'eP just noW. I'rices hlive (oastld ddownt hill--lowni, away dwiown--tiilw below II~o
Ilevel of cost. At these figures it's a frolic for .vou, inllltdel, to stock uip. Notiti'e Ilow:
$1.so Gingham House Dresses 98c Ladies' $1.50 Street Scarfs 75c
O)ver .1 pttirln t, cl llaose Iroin in neat nlurses' A ne lt or f pretty stlarfsl', n p ll r ml i l l ld lt
stripe, dIots .and Iplain chllaibray; neatly and vinint for hleadwear full 2 and 2/ .ads lonrlg;
well madeC. HaleC pric, MLaturday and Monda.y, mostl cream w\hlte; worthl $17 I0. tir alle
each .98 Saturday and Mltnday 75t1
$5.00 Net or Silk Waists $2.50 New Hair Goods and Braid Pins
Black. ecru. smoke and white net waists, prettily itiel hair switches, turba n Iauls it ad pails. Iht
trimmed with satltin; Saturday and Monday, $2.50 all sizres and shades. All having Itbe git, the
Plain black taffeta or messallno tailored waists. mereury bath taking them clean tan satntary.
open front with large buttons; Saturday and Prices up frn $1.50. IMSuarre-to, turltan larahl
Monday $. .50 halrphlis 100¢ to 2540
Whole Table Remnants V Price Men's Knee Length Leggins 39c
Outing frlll l. dr ss ginghltams, geleti.u cloths. Men's blanket lineld, gray la ,l or ti n lure lllck
flanelet tte. silkollllne and all kinds of dloinestic unllined leggins. on sale Saturdayll ct, li Monday
remnunts ONE-HALF PRICE at. per pair OQ
Men's Warm Work Coats on Sale Sale Men's Hats, Choice $1.50
$4.,0 ('n ts, now . . . .O All g ,,d s lhapes .t ol s, nothing I out of date,c
1't, ry duck ti a only broken tlet of our best nmbersl ; all
Mad. of het, lvyx co.lrduroy or duck with p~lush and ll I shape s (,I.50
blanket linings. On sale Saturdaly and Monday. shapes $1.50
$1.50 New Tailored and Lingerie Men's and Boys' Knitted Wrist
Waists 98c Gloves Sc
All In one lot, about 300 in all. of ineiat emtbtrold. Mnts ilrnu b4ys' canvas glove. cknitted wrlists, also
eredl linugerie tlcld finte lintll.n tailored wailsts, sl.l'l- mlen's anlll cade sizes, hnl w.lrm Jerse.y lllttenls;
did values and ver Iretty; Saturday atd Monday. tda at r Jr tt
each. 98# Sacturday atd lunda.y, per ittir .... 1!
Sale Ladies' Pad Front Men's 50c Medium Fleeced
Supporters 25c Underwear 25c
ioa, t i t black Ind colors, lheatvy pad ifront. four Men's i tedium fltce'd rbllbed undtcrw, ar. dark iik
1i elastl: sulpportrsa withI patenlt grip fasteners. tan color, a good garment; Saturday anld .onllrtlly;
Sale price Slturday ad Monday ........ per suit 2..
Overshoes and Rubbers
S nli's Iathcr tlol Iiiit. rlled edge overs.,.. 2.c Men's htavy GerIat sx,, per pluh 501i4
jMent's cluth overshoes, 1 buckle .. .....$1.5 (Childs' :-buckle overshoes, pair ... .90w
L c'hlldren' rubbers, all sizes, up from .....O40
Suits to (Lrt'dlr at a lheduc
$7 to $10
I ,1 h tillº t 'l le(1 to Iretire
froln Inesillis Illlt, 118 I hliae
tL large stock of
High Grade and
()n ihalitl, I li going to lliake
SUITS AT COST
(ulo aite a Id s'tt li1y goods and
IX''IrlTES I"Or1 SALE'
AND) S'OREI FO()1 ItENT
,,t Iliggijns Ave. MissotIIt.
and Typewriting School
AT HOTEL MISSOULA
No home study. Posltlons secured
Private Phone 141.
MISS WISDOM, Teaoier.
For Coughs and Colds. At
SMITH'S DRUG STORE
Agent for Eastman kodaks sad
Ypoken barbers' supplies.
W a\' nt it igo lld atch W t/. been s'el l in.llg watches fI'r ;a tium1 bo "r , "
. r., anlldll have fully establl shed thle fact that furll confdnct e 'an )ie
placved in every watc'h Ibought in this stor,. If you wtant a good w.atch
--a watch that will kee)p correct tune and last you a Ilf,(tlne--we call
'To give prices would lbe too inumeroius. vWatch our whidouw fI t[L
Saturday bargains. If you are in need of ai watch this is your thl:.
Please call and get prices- and be convinced.
$1.25 TO $250.00
Kohn Jewelry Company
'The Largest Jewelry store in the City.
HIS NOONDAY MEAL AT THE
California Wine House
That's why he looks so contented.
Everyone knows the worth of
"Rudy" Wischrnann as a chef. He
puts up the best In the lunch line
and he specializes the merchants'
A test will prove the correctness
of this assertion.
11:30 e. m` to 1130 p. m.
Lunches served with wine or beer
at all times from opening to closing
THOS. H. THIBODEAU, Prop.
IT'8 AGAINST OUR RULE
to seoll any paint we cannot safely
guarantee. If .It's quality and dur
ability you are looking for
KELLOGG PAINT CO.
stands for that.
MIX & SONS
GROCERIE8, PROVISIONS, HAY,
GRAIN AND WOOD.
Knowles' Block, 204 8. Third
Warv tour c aalsh register cheks,
return $15.0 worlh anrd get $1.00 In
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