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SENSATIONAL EASTER WEEK AT DONOHUE'S
Following the announcement that everything in absolutely correct spring style is pow in readiness at Donohue's, we are overwhelmed by the late East sr rush. Why? Because Donohue's always has Missoula's best money's worth in the prettiest styles, finer qualities and greater varieties. While we r ae glad to serve you at any time, we suggest that shopping in Millinery may be done more leisurely and satisfactorily in the morning. HUNDREDS OF LOVELY EASTER BONNETS---Fascinating, Alluring A State-Wide Reputation Is Sustained By ''- 500 Absolutely Exclusive Models Offer Our Easter Exhibit Unexcelled Choosing Chances Th' , ire milli world is con letly el'represented here. Evr lc i sthere. Every becoming style ain e y intsit o. thle i i ri t e li s thre eig' large e o ir small--on r lit,. slhow -neu dnkind of trimmniing-large m edium and snall slupen.tand every idea iu tinthe Nimit il eVi li ist'ance. Vhill there isl ulhing i lel' !i1 i aer Iai t w ott we .lway of fashionabule adornlllent, metaclic buckles, pins and cabochons is seen in the iat Iohir ioughlty e ipl1ped to sNuply \1,1 s.ll t i. psi l e vIn l athi gl'lrt tr vari,.y of eiauity of variety. (treat pleasure is accorded the women who shop here for Easter : ttion in hats It $i. o up to ..h t i. is possnible, l ,n i,u the , largest concerns headgear. Th'e entire store is rearranged to give comfort and convenience to our ill th higi citie's. Such 1 thling is iadtl poissill. olly tlriugh thii y'ldict, buying pj usii .1 of 4: coti intd stlres. FLOWERS RIBBONS Iloawers alr' lihe rage al t lwih ig i array of hanllsone rihbos in Pvry ,' onr',ivahh el''l ell , flowI r NseIson III ill llillilll' isto uy' . ()Ir stock is tihe r'- style, s qllilliit, olor and textll'r f'or iiillii y. hair I ows ssudl n ost lon prehtnisive that. Ill(, h yave eveur show:l larg and r ay oilther of the thousand and one use's of rihlo,n for East.er small posies of ever' y description, fron the eomiion lield daisy, nhlIishuniIts. ] 'mrice's a ral' arkd v, y 1 iitl a it"' l 'Xi iph at 50c a bunich, to the large American Beauties at $4.00. of \issouli's hest iii(leV' worth. Great Variety Dainty Easter Bonnets for Misses and Children ""l'vn ass oi r stocks of fie Ill f r 'l11 d lhcI r': lal s l ai' i farI slul ri tl' o sily oti ,r ill j hn ' ci(Yy S --(,r tlhe satel, for that lllatterl-st n IIo we offer'l utexcelleId selectcfinlls ill misses' and Chihlren's . .."% 6 faster Ionntets. %Notic'tlestllmolig this a1 n 's showing arie hlie quaintest, cutest Ionnets of all over uand lace frills over wire fraitnes. Prices frit $1.00 to $7.00. ~ VE ILING .. -- Q(uite a decided change in this sellalsol's veiling meshes will be seen in our S I veilings wvhih have arrived in time for Easter, plried lat the yard 75e to $1..0. Made llup veils and auto drapes are pri'ed ait $2.'.50 ealuh. Many new ideas are being shown. Gentlemen, Easter Morninl Easter Suits, Costumes An Alfred Benjamin Suit . None So Good As at Donohue's Will Dress You Distinctively and Lend Such Dignity That the Our First Aim Is to Give Choicest Styles ,Smartest Dressed New Yorker Would Be Fayorably Impressed at Missoula's Best Money's Worth, Always It is not difficult to interest careful dressing We wish you could see the suits we sell at . I_. men in "Benjamin Clothes." Everywhere $35. It don't require a very careful com `rr. ;wr,-r-' in this country they are known as the most parison to prove that our styles, qualities and authoritatively styled garments that it is pos- tailoring are superior to any other suit store. sible to obtain. Y our own jlIdgmentl will guide you t.o ])onoinue's every time, Sland through comparisonl, by the Ksamte token, you will realize IVI wllsit eve'y IIIii iItd youIig lsii! to Iiol'olgly IIII' 'i |h IIIith'eirvelIus sllit values. \lWhether you pay $23.00 or $50.00 %%' alit every 1111111 and young 1111111 to Thoroughly under, ln as a t* < .stttid thst "l'njisnu in (Clot hes" are modestly priced-lhat for a suit hiere the worktnanshiI) is the same in either ease t hneyd tharet "ofjditinct vloedesign" sra 'otlSn ric atl sllimen's of thie most skillful tailoring-and we have such a they are of a distinctive design anld cuonthidn mate'ials vast assortn etl(l that there is a model for every figure, stout of ,'xceptional worth. If you will make it a point to collle to oir slehnder. Higher priced suits and those mtore moderate, too, our store and try on onli of these suits you will find we Ite able utl there is nothing in this state a finer value than theme to give you as good tailoring, ore correct style-ys, and it suits at .................35.00 better fi t-than any taiilored-to-order suit you ever lad and 'he' iing'erie and silk gowns have arrived in time to nrtet save yous flroll r I10.00 to $20.00. your stewler' needs. 'T'he senison' newest coeptliou will afford you the greatest pled'asur'e if it Is only to see theli. The miost Price Range Is $20.00 to $35.00 Ilxurianl nild ehgait eostnmes we hav,, ev' shown and it only tr.eihlr(e'ls s you' ppleasusre to be allowed the olp.ortunity to show you IhIln at $20.00 ansd up. . Easter Dress Accessories $4 Easter Shoe Specials $2.95 EVo itco s'ent s I nI,, i coll,, llutchnrs' e' U't. ().lx fods, ( 111 s, 1l nel to l, We'll also show you Ihe hI andsosni , li4s of ineni'S fulfli ish- i nt i Ihst , J il ---inch liu l , Sh e'hihllil $...................... 95 /. . ings i11SI hIsll | thaiit 4v' r ( .' 4 tllll to town--.lMonlsluk skirts, $2.5i Women's psi temnlIt slhI, silkle-ktsirl'lip IuInIpIs, we'lt'dl sole, New Yor'k nllld $1.50, tilie snappiisl, It ptt trns evel'--iny sinoisnl o ft of slylish ir, I 7-N-i h h l, s ''il ................ ........ .95 nleckw(oturl, club ties and four-in-hands, $,1,5.0 Io 35e-- Hietfson \Vomll in's gutlllilll'l ] ()xforS, r l, lull enIlf top, (ianyl. lt, Il liii' Ia haults alllld MIlllor'y haits, tile best, valuses fo'r y.i'lss iii hllIldolll, heel, 5Bs] al I ............. .... ..... .......a.. $'9 ''$6.00 down 'to $350. Mp'ing and suinm er Iim \Valll'i's ianlllklerstrap,gunnIiiiti'Il nllf lpilmlIes, welI / lderwear galore, and shoes, why iay dear sH, i sll oe, New Yok to, 1 7- c heel, at $2.95 W,. L. ]Douglas or tacy-.Adalmls fine shoes for VonEln's hlot h top pIlstn',t butt (.iu Oxfoirds, t..un are"nc ot equalledl , $6.00 and as low in , thr enli . ho1i,, utI ons, nl'.w shori'. vi il, j l, , p''il DYNAMITES THE HOME OF HIS SWEETHEARI Spokane, March 25.-After hol ding the town of Nortthport, Wash., In a state of panic for three hours last night, dynamiting the home of the girl with whom he was infatuated and I killing the town manrshal, who sought to arrest him, Martin Kloose, ended his own life with a bullet when he abandoned hope of escape. Kloose, who was 47 years of age, went to the home of Mrs. J. Ellison, for whose 19-year-old daughter he had conceived an attachment. When he was repulsed he ignited a charge of dynamite under the building and then drove the mother, daughter and in valid son out of the house with his fists, when the blast failed to injure them. The townspeople gathered and pur hued him. to hlis own house. He bar rlcaded the door. Town Marshal Jack Dietrich broke it in and when Kloose fired through the panel the officer fell. The citizens charged at the door again and K(loose fired, ending his own life. SENATE CONCURS. 1'aris, March 25.-Thu senate, by a vote of 281 to 5, today concurred wLth the chamber of deputies In the adop tion of the bill revising the tariff. Baron do Constant and others intro duced a resolution requesting the gov ernment to collaborate with foreign na tions in the creation of arbitral corr. mlssions empowered to settle interna tional tariff disputes. Are you frequently hoarse? Do you have that annoying tickling in your throat? Does your cough annoy you at night, and do you raise mucus in the morning? Do you want relief? SIf so, take Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy and you will be pleased. Sold by all dealers. SUES HER SUCCESSOR SFOR HEAVY DAMAGES Kansas City, March 25.-Mrs. IHattic Dunwood Cole, formor wife of Howard 0G. Cole, a Chicago millonaire, today filed a sult in the circuit court here against Mrs. 1Ie Coleman Cole, formerly the wife of Jarvis Hunt, the Chicago architect, asking damages amounting to $250,000 for alienating the affections of Mr. Cole. Mrs. Louise Coleman Cole is the present wife of Howard G. Cole. Mr. Cole's former wife in the peti u tion says she married Cole January 1, i 1900, and lived with 'him until No u vember 10. 1909. She charges that the n present Mrs. Cole, then Mrs. .Hunt, 7 persistently showered her attentions upon her husband and that- subse y quent developments made it necessary for her to sue her husband for di vorco. She said she filed tile suit o January 7, 1910 and that later the divorce was granted. TO WELCOME ROOSEVELT. Brussels, March 25.-Pre.parations are being made to give a popular welcome, as weill as a formal recep tidn, to fiormler President Roosevelt upon his visit to this city late in April. Mr. Roosevelt has been in vited to lecture before the Ilelgltum Academy of Sciences. Children Who Are Sickly. Mothers who value their own coin fort and the welfare of their children should never be without a box of Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for chill dren, for use throughout the season. They break tip colds, cure feverish ness, constipation, teething disorders, headache and stomach troubles. These powders never fall. Sold by all drug stores, 25c. Don't accept any substl tute. A trial package will be sent free to any mother who will address Alien 8. Olmsted, Le Roy,, N. Y. A NEW PRESIDENT ASSUMES OFFICE St. Peterhburg, March 25.-Alexan der J. Guchkoff assumed the presi dency of the duma today and delivered an important speech. In reply to the persistent attacks on the constitution and outlining a program of legisla tion he drew the same sharp distinc tion be-tween constitutionalism and parliamentarlism that Premier Stoly pin has emlphlsiuzed oin severul occa ulons. The keynote of the speech Is found in the following statement: "The peaceful development of Rus Isia is possible under present condition, only under constitutional monarchial but unparliamentary regime based upon a popular representation with wide legiskative powers and the right of supervising the administration and a strong executive resp'onslble only to the monarch and not to porlitcal par tles." MRS. GRINNELL IS ILL. Mrs. At rlinnell Is seriotusly ill and at an early hour this miorning it was belleved she could not survive another day. Slie was seized with convulslons last night, the result of brainl trouble, and suffered three severe attacks dur ing the first part of the night. Her husband who was with a worktrain Iat Clinton was suIIIIOIIned and reached homnle before midnight. Mediclles that aid nature are always most successful. Chamberlain's Cough Reinedy acts on this plan. It loosens the cough, relieves the lungs, opens the secretiolns and aids nature In re storing thie system to a healthy condi tion. Sold by all dealers. THREE MEN KILLED. Lead, l. D., March 25.--Three mean were killed in accidents itt the Home stake muitin todly alnd oIne was fatally hurt inl Ilil, coi.pantty's mill at Con trnil 'ity. Irank tHarker, aged 19. srtn . f 'lh' lias Hlarker of Golden tate., iis aulight in it belt In the mill and sti billy .,III1Inded that lie died 30 mitutcs lat r. CITY IS SUED. Jolhu I ..'kw\od filed sult against tlth city or Mlssouhla yesterday. Int his compilailiit it is set out that he was injured while walking along Pine I stre t on I)ecttl itr 9t, 1909, his right leg heitg Ibroken in a fall that was lue to al dtfel'tive sidewalk. He asks $5,000 al dt;i ages. Pneumonia follows a cold but never follows the use of Foley's Honey and ''Tar wlihh stops tilte uouogb, heais the lungs antld expels thq cold from the system.-Gardenl CLty Drug Co., George F'relslelmner, proprietor. Things of value thla have fallen into disuse should be turned Into money--which never falls into disuse. Use a for sale ad.