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balance $20 per month. Priep only $1,200. This is the price and terms on which I can sell a new four-rooml house, plantered, celtent foutnda tion, cellar, electric lights, on a 60x130-foot corner. All fenced and young trees planted. Located on the west side of town. Here is a buy that is good. Jas. M. Rhoades REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER. 115 Higgins Ave. Hammond Elk. BUILD POWER PLANT AT TOWN OF ALBERTON From persons fr.dm Albertoll, who spent yesterday In the city, it Is learned that several prominent bustl ness men are now constructing a light and power plant at that place. The men Involved in the project eare :ci.e to having their nalmes mentioned as yet. The plant is no., Iwing built and lights will he plpnrd in all of the stores and the Puget Hound depot, as soon as it is In operation, which will be about May I. Orders have been rceivedl for 1.000 lights in1 the various business houses. The colnpany will lay water mains and build a ret,.ervolir later tin the summer and supply water to the resldenlts of the little city. The power for the plant In ideal, thel water being taken from Linmetone creek, which hba a fall of 700 feet In one-haelf mile. The franchieia for tihee ce'ompanley to dtlo business and granted several days ago by the county commissioners to i. F. Nesmith. f'hnmlerlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets invariably bring relief to women suffering from chronic constl pation, headache, billnusness, dizil nera. sallownesn of the skin and dys pepsia. nold by all dealers. MRS. WEAVER BETTER. Tom >. Wehaver of The Mliauoulltan' mechanical depalrtmeent hlas received a letter from his wife I1n Clhicago and because the epistle calle from there and not from Rochelester. MIeUp.. lhe Is more than happy. Mrs. Weaver left a few days ago for ilthe nittarliunl of the Drs. Mayo for treatment. At Rocheslter, after an examlllination that lasted two days, she was told that surgical treatment was not relquired and shle went on to C'hlcuiag, |I re sponse to an inlvitatiotn fronm her fa ther, who Is now doing the honors In the city by the lake. The letter says that she is feeling very 'well, a wel come piece of news to her frienld M in Missoula. Rae CORSETS Model B67 i wry popular. Do You Want A rooming hiouse in .pokune on one of the very bcst ,.rners of the city at a bargain? or a close-hl, unlmliovetl 5-acre tract at oltly $1,500? Thbl tract Is very conven lent to the city. Not over two miles from bridge. DO YO01 WANT sanmie first-cluss lots in the best resident district that you can buy on easy pay ments? We have them. Prices front $250 up. Do you Want a nice little hone that you can pay for like paying rent? We have thetll. Call for particularu. W. H. SMEAD CO. Hliggine hlook. Missoula, Mont. Phone 218 Red. Is QUIET CLOTHES SAY MANUFACTURERS TAILOR GIVES INTERVIEW AS TO STYLES OF RAIMENT FOR THE COMING SEASON. "C'onuldi'r the illie, of the field, how they grow: they to11l not, neither 1do they .pin; alnd yet I may unto you, that even tiloilolln in all him glory I was not arrayed like one of ithese." My tailor -not mine by right of I),n neislon, but the lman who llnaken lily clothes--ayn that male malln i to wear what he terllmed "t'olunervative" 'clothes thl.s neallionl. I was glad to hear thait. fur the falnltre of checkll' and strip e an he-rn .nil the highways anIl bywa;ys for tile hint few years, has been wearing andl wearying. For a moment I was hopeful; then I took another look at the tailor and saw what I had been only heaurlng before. His lutfit wan a creation of nartorlal genlus, an ecstany of the shears, a tatllr's Ideal fulfilled, Alns, it would have delighted a colored gambler of extreme tanten. Htlil, he amid that 'connervative" clothes are to be the I fashion this season. He naid that I there woull lie worn patterll of rest ful quiet anl( then mentioned that I grays, tan1 and blue would probablyl l)e most lpopulalr. He said that coata I would be cut no an to give the wearer I an Inltect oif being of great depth of ('het, but that the upper garment woultl be horter than usual. The shoulderl, however, will be cut to a near-fit, inatlad of the overlayingl epauleta of padding that have been swaggering aroundllt on our young men for so matny Imnloin. "Tile peItop trousers will go," altd the tailor. This didtln't aroue much enthusiasm In mtie. For yearn tailorn having beenl attellmpting to banish thisn style of humanllll furniture, but the pegtop has renutinled witllh tin. Of course, It In, Iperhallmp, not worn Iln uch extremes an fiormnerly, but it still obtains, even though the tallor don't like it. The taillr admitted that he had read the sprnllg clhart on other lmale apparel an1 that hlat, ties, collars, shoes tnitdul gliov'n would also lie "colt servatIve." I tilk one IImre Iook ait lhe Itxpo telnt otf clothesit and wenlt away. If hisn garbl I "'.ttnnervatlve" I'm glllng to wear nlmokied gynlpaes~thli year. iINNF R. REMAINS OF INDIAN FOUND IN THE RIER utlrtly submerged itl thel water iof tlhe Piend d'tt.irlle river, tilhe Imldy of aill Indian believed ito b that of louli Habhbinlet. was dliscoveredt'l a tilte west of ((tlive station Satutrday by James ('umIningsi antl John Kane. twoi North- a ern Patiic'llh' imiiplouy'es. libbine' was isuppl.l to llhave bi'nti irowned about a imonth lago Lin tl horse wain foulid drowniedl ii the river not far froilint the cabiin ic.iuptilliedl Iy Joe Siltl i. ''Thi own- a t'r's biodly. howevet'r, i'ould not hl foundll at thi time and thel finding lof the Lre itlins on Saturlday tends to prove that Nuilbll Ine l lme hisl fate in the river while trying ito cron it iluring high water. In a piwockeLt oif the clothiihng worii by d ithe Indlan ia u(ltliri hottle, of wlhlxkiey was found. 'l'he coronelr and sheriff t of Iandern coPunty were niotified and I thel Jusltic' of thell plllce t it Plains wan InsItructed to hold an Illllluest. Tihe' re maii fln the Indhian were buried near the reservutio l ine1'. AMALGAMATED LEADERS ON INSPECTION TOUR A party ofr offiials of the Amulga Illted Copper olnl)tlly, including Ien Thayer, John F. (illie and C. F. Kel ley, are inspecting the western Mon tana properties of the corporation, passing through Missoula yesterday. The party, which includes a number of New York men, was met at Bonner by John It. Toole and Kenneth Ross, of the Hig hllackfoot Milling company and, after lnspecting the miII there, camn to this city in automobiles. Here the private car "Washoe" was attach ed to the afternlooin ,passenger train onll the Ilitter Itlot branch of the North I ern Pacific and the party, now Includ Ing Mlr. Toole, continued its trip to Hlanilton. It Is understood that the "Washoe"' will bring its passengers down the valley today. NOW THAT THI Yesterday was ROOSEVELT HUNTING the warmest of the PARTY NAR BROKEN UiP We MAY LOOK y3etr, afrid it was THE GUID OrN OUR delightful and muclh Lt(TIUt PLATFORMS appreciated by ev AND MTN OUR WILD cry residenlt of MIs AST SNOWS T siloula. ctll of whmlla SUMM were out at sorie time, either walk ing. riding in auto ro®hi les or helping iout the livery men. F The o fficilal figures' our tilie ivery men. follows: MaxiIiIt un . 6 il MIIIUIIInr ... . 28 At 6 a. m. Ther'llrrmometer .. a Harorneter 6. 0.6 At 6 p. m. 'T'hermnometer .. . 63 Bar.mleter ... 6.81 Chamberlain'u Stolnach arld Liver Tablets are safe. sure and reliable, and have been prasled by thousands of women whi have beenr restored to health through their gentle aid and ctUratlve propertle@. Sold by all dealers. COUNCIL MEETING TONIGHT CITY TREASURER SUBMITS COM MUNICATION IN REGARD TO ISSUING LICENSES. Not maniy nlew matte.rs will be lbroughlt ,before the city coUllcil I Its meeting tonllight. Thlere Is a petition friom recidents oin uoonth Thilrd street asknllg for at cr'nemeint wcilk on that thoroughfare, lThe,,re will be a discun sion on the proposition of creating an Improvememr t dltrict from Daly av enue ti University avenue. which will problmbly Ie definltely decided one way or the' other. H.u( the bigger tlcltter to ibe considered Is the committee report on the petition of the Chicago, Mil waukee & Puget Soulnd rullway com-i pany for vacating some n of the streets and alleys In Montana addition; it Is thought that this matter will be defln itely disposed of tonight. City Treasurer T. ct. Hathaway, Jr., han submitted a communlnatlon to the council on the matter of lisuieng II censces to peddlers, fruit vendors, hawkera and temporary merchants. several of the merchants of tile city have protested the action ,of the city treasurer In issulng licenses to men In that line of buslness, but the officer states that he hlas o authority to re fuse such licenses. Consequently he would like that something be done about the matter. The aldermen will aino e.onsler tile communication from T. L. Greenough, regarding a bridge across Vine street, uas stated In The Misnoulian of yester day. LOCAL BREVITIES Smoke Wm. Hooper cigars. Drink John Gund's Peerless beer. Phil P. ('arr of lutt, was In the city yesterday. Dr. Bryant. Tel. 687. "Paxton." F. P. Keith, Insurance, Florence hotel. . l. ('rable of Plains visited friends In the (Garden city yesterday. Dr. Willard. osteopath, let Natl. bank. Public stenographer, Dawson, 6 Dixon. .enll I,. Hulnl of II)ear Lodge sIent tunday with friends In this city. James M. lthoades. tire Insurance. Marsh, the undertaker. Phone 821. T. J. I.leudke ,of alteH, was a husi twnss visitor in the city yesterday. Dr. Ward, veterinarian. Tel. 32 or 521. lHerlnosa tollet articles can be found at Peterson's drug store. 'r. W. Hunter of Butte paid the Barden city a business visit yesterday. Flood & Shupell, tailors, cleaners and pressers. 215 West Cedar. l'. W. hIeaf of I'ernwood, Idaho, was a guest at the Slhapard hotel yester day. Smoke Charles the Great and Bul wer. At Helmbach & Kelley's. Tlhe Colonial for ice cream, candy and bakery. Phone 67 Red. Frank M. Jennings of Halt Luke is kloking after business mautters in this city. Three pounds finest butter, $1.00; delivered. Phone 322 red. Davis & Sutter Just received.a beau tiful line of novelties and hair orna ments. 129 W. Main. Phone 482 Red. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cyr of Grass Valley visited their relatives in this Boys! Girls! ellti entlter it in only this wvt'tk you gt it a pountl ox of thi' I' vt'ry choicetst tautly Ibyi I'l'lltilC your I reii' trllN or frietnds to list their proplrty with N. M. PEDERSEN l'he, nit that has 3,000 I'tiil Nstatet i, 111a11 l through hli Unittlt states to help hiini to stll land. 224 Higgins Avenue. Phone 888 5-EN____ti_ N- "I R COEN 19ERO ,JUST OW LONG THIS .A Glorious Special DRESS GOODS SClearance EXHIBIT j i -f -or 1909 mults will last we E X H IB IT don't know. There tare a lot of men in Misnula wilho haven't The most beautiful and satisfying uasslinlelnt of stylis . dress goodsII twe been inl for theirs yet. It's have ever shown are now here. astonisling to seel how matllny Recent arrivals that brought new weaves and new llors are to he ;we have sold, tholugh. All high. seen here now. in this store's exhibit of spring dress goids there is a grade Stein-Bloch, Kuper- nmost agreeable change in the styles from those shown in past ticanonts. hmMr grade. S m an The new ottoman, wide wale serges, shepherd checks. Scotch mixed .heimetr clothes for men and tweeds and fancy nlohalrs. Whatever the edicts of fashion have approved young men )vorth up to $17.50 for 1910 are here In every shade wanted. A large assortment of fancy pancy ma, fancy rgson, pllin serges; colors, 7 5 reen. red, black, gray, navy blue, shepherd cheeks;: 36 inclhes wide; yard ................................ . .............. ................... .......655 1 R "Diagonal whip cords and wale merges, a beautiful cloth and fashion's edict for spring suits and coats In almost alny color you want. 44 Inches wide, yard . ...... ... ....... . . . 1.25 Worth p to Dress Patterns ONLY ONE Ott A KIND 54 Inches a de, gray Scotch mixed tweed, snappy; dress pattern. 913.00 Dress Patterns HOW SOON CAN WE SHOW ONLY ONE ':. A KIN, HBrown m1x1 Ille l thel rIoutgh goods which is so )poputlar r suiti thi s 5'lliinlg. YO U SPRING GO O DS? ress ttern ............. ................................15.00 We've Ilmade souie ulusually choice selections from three of Allricah' We have only enumerated a few of the special things in the dress foremost clothing makers for sprcin and they've co-operated with us in goods. Besides these we have a complete line of evening shades in silk producing some of the smartest clothes styles ever made. Our goods are and w ltt mixtures aln d wool. In lumbsdown, cashmeres, poplins, ns n t espeeltlly made for us, excluglve patterns confined to our store. Some of henrietta One of broadc tl handomet in of evening shades n chiffon the snapplest suits you ever saw. The greatest lines of clothes tn- the broadcloth to be found In the city, country, (you know' the makes), and you will find more of tllelll here Panantas, fancy suitings, shepherd checks, serges, 42 to 58 inches wide. than ever. Prices ranging from $3.50 down to $l..5 a yard. SAVOY SHIRTS OUTING SHIRTS PAJAMAS MEN'S HOSE WIl htve o11 f the niftiest Ilies l'or comlfort theret is niothing nier MenC' fine pajamas, made of Men's high-grade half hIlose, a hig of shirts, "The Satvy," to be found to wear than a soft collar shirt, solsette, cut good and full anld ly nmercerizedl hose atlld looks very In towni. ILttest st.vlo', pleated and plainll; ewest shades, adte of We have a complete line In all trimmlllnd with silk military braid. much like silk, In slate, green, nlldras land Frecllh percale, $3.50 colors anti cloths frdmll .1.00 They come in pink, tanl, hello and wine, hello, nttvy, tan and black, down tlo .. 1.5 uap t)o ........9..... ...8.50 cream, Price. each .............2.50 pair ........... New Veilngs Hand- A Corset New Ifate v'.ling in all I the latest 1l1nshes and wetaves; iinew spring color- Announce fIfg. Tli. latest Itterfl'ly effcts. Russaln meshes d n to anddule E m broidered lmeo Veil effects. Per yac rd ..... .....................................................35 to 1 .00 Lingerie Making Lingerie Known t)inyt.y hltl embroidered. gar- A Few Facts Inelts are a now feature to our About Our und'erwear depari.llntll. n. muIt'lch different fr the ordinary ulin C orset underwear, andl is sure to eano et those who like Inilet, well made musltin wear. (owlns of Irench Department lnutinsook. round or pI:lllte yokes. W, call cloret anld prlettily embroidered, cacr you htonII'lnlIlIgly W2.75 to 97.50 for $1.25 to $5.00. W om en's Neckwear---A n nusual Event crttey c ,r i' rednch nIIL o... t.t n.i y . Ia duintily cmllbroideredt ; o;a(h more ItRott being exgrtvan g it. M4pelul showing alnd embracinglll all styles, selling at 25c and ul, ward. See 91.50 to 412.50 Ivery corset we have is worth 1ts the disbply Iit our Hiigginls atvenuel window, consttlinlg of net bows, cllf- Clhemllises of I",retr.nh niillnsaok; price. OJull coursethert will see that fun ,ows, loire stock collars, lace collars, lace coat collars, lace )abots, have front embllroliderell in floral you are fitted. We are shlowing with gill ,,bnl, atilons; ;e a tll( mull combinal tioll Ja bots, nilt antld lace desiglns:; ,aet ... 91.50 to 14.50 new springl mlodels, al clo sing olit juabots. stilr nliuars, hllln stock collars, with embroldero d deslgns, hrad, 8cc dislallly in our I Ilggillkns ve- S.loelle brloen lines it IImuch Iels and nck rf ....................... 25 to 910.00 nuet wlndow today. than they are worth. ICIIN-5 R . II I5 OtR.IoIN-f .I11 city yesterday. Mrs. Cyr was former. - Iy Miss Murie Nash. John llickey f Philllipsburg regis tered at the Sh;apard hotel yester day. The Missoula Brick & Supply com puny, office 115 igglins avenue. Dr. J. Louise Smith, osteopath, suite 17 Masonic temple. Phone 618. W~. A. Iaf)tlo'' If amlilton sipent ye3 terdaly with friends nl the Garden 11. J. iHamill, architect. Tel. 248 Red. First National Bank Bldg. Eyes examined, Newton H. Schwelk er. Optical Specialist, 318 Higgins. Walter (;. Kelly of Hellen. Is call Ilng on business imn in this city to. day. Dr. Anna James, osteopath, rooms 101. 103 Higgins block. Shorthand and typewriting school. Hotel Mtesoula. Milss Wisdom, teacher. C. T. Welch calne in from his home on the reservation yesterday to spendt the day. An Incentive to prompt pay. Hell Gate Adjustment ('o. Telephone 839. For hand-made harness see Mil soula Harness ('op, 107 West Front. J. S. Hotlge came, down from Victor yesterdtlay to slend Sulnday with friends. See Link, 103 W. Front, for the orig- I Inal Jefferson Ritver shoe. Copeland & IRyder Shoe Co. Garden City 'nustruction Co., gen eral contractors, W. E. Kennedy, manager, 316 Woodford. Tel. 891. W. W. Rloyal of Druninond greeted friendls anlld acqlalintances in thils city yesterday. Phone 38 for cabs and baggage transfer. Green & Ellinghouse. Dr. Hanson of Butte, Mont., visits any part of state for consultations %nd general surgery. ('htarles It. Hulttoll of Butte Is call ing on business alluuintances in this city tutula3y. Park pavlllunll l,.I for club pnd pri vate dlancesllH, I'II' dance March 17; -adnisslon, Si ai couple. Drink Joel 13. Irazler at the Oxford. "Every swallow makes a friend." Mr. and M lrs. . º'. Herring of Spo kane are visiting friends in titls city for at day or to\ Wee Sturnpf & Stein, ladles, and gents' tailors, Gibson block, room 4. W. I). Horninlg, a resident of Se attle, Is spenlldig a fqw days ont bust iness in this city. . Dr. Pearl Poster, dentist. Children's work a specialty; 4 Higgins block. Mr. and Mrs. It. A. Mlead ond Miss Julia Alyward ou Victor were the guests of friends in this city yester day. Joel E. Cuslling mtl Harry llaynes, residents of Jocko, were visitors in the ci1 y esterday. |ot bf'd sash. Now Is the time to make hot beds for early gardens. A large supply at H. H. .M. Co., phone 1(16. E. H. Duncan of the IUnited States reclamation uservce was a visltor in the city yesterday. L. S. Catlin, public stenographer, room 31, Hammlond block; phone 68 Red. Morton Webster, I.ouidinastecr of thei ('ocur d'Alene branch if the Northern Pacific, spent yesterday in Missoula. The ladies' auxiliary of tilth A. O. Ii. gives a ball on March 17 at hlite hall. Admission $1.00. Missoula Club orchestra. Chiropody, Shampoolng, Manicur ing. Scalp treatment and Facial Massage. Mrs. W. F. Coleman. Room 20, Masonic Temple. Phone 245 Black. Rlberdy Lumber Co., prompt de Ilvery; dry 16-Inch cordwvood, also dressed lumber, shingles, stucco and all kind of mill work; roofing and building paper. Phone 743. PASSES BAD CHECKS. Chicago, March 13.-Sydney Hloen lughause, 34 years old, said to be the son of a retired dry goods merchant of New York, was arrested today charged with passing worthless checks. He was accompanied by a *woman who was taken Into custody. The woman gave tile Ilamell of Ella Sobleske and said that she was a member of a Polish noble family. The man Is said by the police to have con fesued to having passed bogus checks) in many large cities. COAL The railroad blockade Is broken. We are again receiving that gen ulne Bear Creek coal from 'the Montana Coal & Iron company's mine. All of our customers are delighted with our coal, our weight, our price. We handle the screened nut for your range. Forked lump for your heating stove and for your furnace. Mdost people appreciate a square deal and we are giving It to them,. Call at office, College building, South Missoula, or call up phone 41 Black. GARDEN CITY COMMERCIAL COAL CO. E. C. REITZ, Manager. Quality as a Price Maker ielievllling our business rileputatioin to ldepend upolln the asollute rella bility of every article we offer fur sale, we always emphasize the linpor tance of quality, whether the conlmnodity he of foreign or domestic pro duction. our first requirem.ent demands the highest standard of quality. Our prices are the lowest at which first quality goods can lie sold. THOSE DELICIOUS "SUNKIST" ORANGES, SPECIAL, B25 DOZ; $3.00 BOX DIAMOND W. CRAB MEAT. ASPARAGUS TIPS. It is firm and crisp, being entirely ( ur "(ictzhest"brandu is Ipcikedl with selected quality of deep water mIaul Infinite c(are when greenl, iiniiiinedl .rabs, tand nlltulln thi e sIelet ately auftr gathering, lnsuring "crab inUt with nIo adlixture* can whatever, of fish or other products can ......... 400; doz., $4.35 to cheapen ...250 can, $..85 doz. SARDINES IN TOMATO SAUCE. RUSSIAN CAVIAR. Our "Del Monte" brand are select ed sardines, cooked for use, then Consists of Sturgeon roe. Nothing slightly smoked and pdt up in to finer for inaklng sandwiches, can, mato sauce. Vqry delicious; two only ... ..................... ...................3 5 large cans :..........3 5 ; doz., $ 1.95 MACKEREL, THE CHEAPEST MEAT TO USE NOW. We have just received another Invoice of those tine, large, fat, Norway mackerel which go on sale at the same price, each .............................100 10-pound k it ............................................ .........1 .65........................................ 6 5 ALL GOODS MUST BE SATISFACTORY OR MONEY REFUNDED. MISSOULA INVESTMENT COMPANY Phone 72 THE HIGH-GRADE GROCERS. Phone 72 121 EAST MAIN ST.. Phone 72 Order Your Easter Suit Today NEW At Fitzgerald's Toggery NEW 5c and l0c Store Missoula Cab and ocros' Street South From Courtfer o house, Three Doors West of Transfer Co. Savoy Hotel J. E. eannon Proprietor. Just received a thousand pieces First-Class Livery In Connection. of WHITE ENAMEL GRANITE East Main St. Telephone 33. WARE which we sell this week . for 10e. Also a large line of tin- THE ware. Nothing above 1oc. Florence Steam Laundry C. & C. 5c and 10c Is now located in its new building Store ,orner East Front End Pattee street. PHONE 48. Frank Borg & Co. M. L. Gulden WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY STATE TAXIDERMIST AND FUR. RIER. We repair anything to our line. Won Medal at St. Louts. Eye glasses fitted. . 01 N, Skond St. Mlssoula, Mont.