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ASSISTANCE DEMANDS THAT MAN IN DENVER COME TO HIS AID TO RE COVER MONEY. ,,,ter. ,pril F. Frank A. Sposata, a tinlelNitl merchinit of I'nvi', 're ccIlv,'d a black hitau letter today from Malrid, Hm1lin, wrl tt'n in ItalIan, the letter Multl: "1 nm in lprlison in thls city (Mad rid) firt failure in businean alld I leg youII t(I ('mlllle t l) y assistn1elln( to ne cure posses),)i .sionll of 1.200,000 francs I'. longling to mIe iland which I hiddlen in ai trunk in the hands of the customs offichtls. "It is nece.sarily that you come here to take charge of tny naggage, pay. ing the court conts attaching them. To colipensalte you for your trouble, I will give yoru one-third of the inuil. "For fear this letter will not reach you I do not sign miy name, but if you do receive It and wish to com mullnicate with tle telegraph to my aged servant Mariano Olivero, Cruz, 24, Miadrid, Spain. "If you do not extend aid I shall at rlv' without notice In Detiver and wipe out the entire Sposuta family. "I rein'toliendl till discretion antld suggRet that you lansweir iby telegram. "Awaltitlg your answer, I will sign only, (Signed) t. ieh 0." JEFFRIES SETTLED IN CAMP PREMIER HEAVYWEIGHT BEGINS PRELIMINARY WORK FOR JOHNSON BATTLE. I l .enLlond, Cal.. April s.--Jamne: J. Jeffrie beganll Irelliminllary traininglll tiduy ifor hIIs fight with JI(ek Johnson on July 4, but it will be a week or II)I'Pe beforei' he settles down to lhard work. J,'ffries 'mtiu hisl party arrived tly ltndl took IptMsuiiion oif his trallll illg qlulrtet'rs, I' tedI it ashort dlsHtlnce froimi here'. The fighter wua accollli panled by his wife, hi two nephlllews, .ln 1ilogetr, hII1 nllillalger; Wrestl.r lrlor il'urns land a iiiiinumbeiir of othter inett who will .be used in the training , 11 l l. Jeflfries exipresill hliseiift us griltily pieisedt with the piliee where hei will woirk ironti now until a (lily or twoi telst tihe world's chlmplonlshlip with .After looking it the otitaIge and ii gIInusium which have been fitted tIp h1111 mut, Jeffries and tii his nephllews and others elngagedli1 it Ibr'isk gnant' oif llluseilil lie shohweid great agility ,,,,, ¢,,as. .e o .. ,i ~o... DECIDES TO BUILD A MACADAM ROADWAY " I llden, Utuah. April 5,-Tlhe board of (iontril of the Intermountaitn Good Itoads convention, representill ng 1 western Intermountain and Pacific (cast states, lmet here this afternoon and decided to build a mile of Maca dalzl road as a demonstration during the lnext convention to be held in Og. den, Septelnler 23. 1910, at the time of the Intermlountain Sheep show and Four-eState fair. The United States director of roads will be in charge and will give prac tical elueldation of g, )d road bulld ing. A unique arrangement will be a calll for every farimer In the coun ty to be present with a load of crushed stone to aellltate the work and join in the ceremonies. The convention will have among Its delegates all western governors, con gresrmen and senators. An effort will be made to have the government set aside 1,000,000 acres of the publlc land to each mountain state for road iullding purposes. E. Milton Royle's play, "Friends," was acted for the first time in New York at the Standard theater, May 9, 1892. INVESTMENT OR HOME 60oo on terms of $5 Itr lot cash and $5 per month, will buy 4 chuoce corner lots, 120x130, west side; city water on the lots. $1,600 on terms of $200 cash, hal ance $25 per month, will buy a choice 100lx30-foot corner S, Houth 'lfth street, east of Bitter Root railroad; south and east front and on city water. $500 will get you two choice cor nor building lots in block 69, South Missoula, on easy terms. w. J. RHOADES REAL ESTATE, MINES a INSURANCE. 116 West Cedar St. Phone 8 When a remedy has lived for over thirty years, steadily growing in popularity and influence, and thousands upon thousands of women declare they owe their very lives to it, is it not reasonable to believe that it is an article of great merit? We challenge the world to show any other one remedy for a special class of disease which has attained such an enormous demand and maintained it for so many years as has Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, the famous woman's remedy for woman's ills. Unless it is a very good medicine and the claims made for it are honest, such a record would have been impossible-fraud or misrepresentations would long ago have been detected and the business gone into oblivion. Read this unsolicited letter: - Corry, Pa.-" I am happy to write you about the benefit I received from Lydia E. Pinkhanm's Vegetable Compound. Before my marriage two years ago, I suffered something awful every month with pains and other distressing symptoms, and I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound in dry form. Sinee then I have never been troubled with pain, not even a dull backache or headache, and it has helped me a good deal .before childbirth. I recommend your medicine wherever I go." -Mrs. E. E. Ross, 112 E. Church St., Corry,'Pa. When a woman like Mrs. Ross ts generous enough to write such a letter as the above for publication, she should at least be given credit for a sincere desire to help other suffering women., For we assure you there is no other reason why she should court such publicity. We say it in all sincerityand friendship-try this medicine. For 30 years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has been the standard remedy for female ills. No sick woman does justiee to herself who will not try this famous medicine. Made exelusively from roots and herbs, and has thousands of cures to its credit. Mrs. Pinkham invites all sick women to write her for advice. She has thousands to health free of charge. Address Mrs. Pinklth.r Lynn, Mass. WILL NOT ABANDON CUTOFF SOUTHERN PACIFIC HAS NO IN. TENTION OF USING OLD PROMONTORY LINE. Hall ;lke ('ily, Alpril It5. ol portsl toI the effoTt ihat the rl c , tll stormsil have, wrougllht sullch dl;llmage to the Lutin cutoff that the Southern Pacific ioffic'iul had thlcidhed to ablanilon the cutoff n thlit the oltld Promontory line was to hbe reblulit with heavier rallM are tlldenoutcedl lIy Vice Presl denft and (General Marnager W. H. Iaiincroft, tas r.t." The lite stoinsm, he mauld, had washed out hine of tthei dirt in the enlanknk nt at sthe ends, but the trestle work has not been inljurl ed In the sllghtest. All the dirt work will be displaei d ilS rupidly au possible with rock rip-rupping anld tristle work and when this In eomnpleted tihe cut off will Ibe in ibetter shale thian ever. Continuing ihi said: "Stories H.cet tilt frIom ()gdlen that tile ProlUontory liili' was to ibe relayed with hiavier rails to be operated as the miiiln linte were unauthorized. That truick is now luaidl with as hltavy raili ius s)iome of ithe transunItinenital lines Inow use ailnd tlhere is no (nuHise for laying the track which is to le miain talned for enltergency p urploses. "You may ..lay that the Sutlhern Pacific does not Intend and inever has Intendhed to abandon the Luclin cut. off." FILES SIVERk TRAY AS PROOF OF KINSHIP unll Franllso, April 5.-A large sil ver trly was filed with the c(ounty clerk today as proof of the claim of Michael Grunwaldt, a wealthy Pa rlslan, that he was related to the' late Julius Frliedmun of this city, who left his $700,000 estate to charities in his native town of Millkki, ltussia. The tray is flied lias an heirloom of the faintly when in Milikkl. Frledmian's will decla red hie died without relatives, but 110 alleged bloodil kin have alpoareod since the document was filed for probate. I)lion Irouclault wrote "The I'olleen Bawn" in five days, and In submitting the manulscrip)t to Laura Keene, he wrote: "This is the seventh play I have written in the space of twenty eight weeks." "III, Weak and Emaciated" Is how Mrs. J. W. I"lagg ilesertlhe thel, condition of her little dlaughter after a severe attack of hpneumoniiia, and noth ing seelthed to do her. a bit of good,. "At this time," continued Mrs. Flagg, "we commenced to give her Vinol, and the effect was marvelous. The doctor was amazed at her progress and said Vinol Is a fine remedy, keep it up. We did so and she was soon restored to health and strength." Missoula Drug Co., Mis soula, Mont. MESSAGES RECEIVED FROM PRAY INFORMATION REGARDING IN DIAN LANDS 18 MADE PUBLIC -NOT UNDERSTOOD. K alispell, Molnt., April 5.-(tilpelal.) -A letter and a telegra.tll fro Con gresentlln Pray' Wtas today grVen pab Ilcity reltllng to the F"lathead reser vatloon, the letter statnlllg that the Ilst office departmnent had called folr bids for the carrying of mail across the lake to Poison, and the telegram that La ill providllng for the sale of the llnds thIat lie along the lake shore had Ipanssed the 110oose,. The' fll Import of the bill Is I nt unIlderstood here. The land is owned by Indians and half breeds, accordillng to those familiar with reservation condIti)ons. Regarding the imall. the Idepllartlllmenllt refused to let a contract on a hid of $1,500 for a year, alleging that the fig ure was too high. Many fruitless ef forts of the K1alispell chlalmber of commllellorce anlld others to secure mall connections with Poison have been malde and at the mass Imeeting ill thile winter a strollg vote of censure was passed for continual neglect of tilhe matter, at the time the irrigation sys telll of the reservation was attacked. CATARRH CAN QUICKLY BE CURED A bottle of Hyomlcl, a hard rubber pocket inhaler, that will last a lifetime, anlld simplel Instructions for curing ca tarrh makle 1 HyolIlel outfit. lnlto the inhlaler you poullr a few d(rops of Inagiclal HyollIln ( proounccc it Highl-o-nme). This is absorbed by the antiseltic gauze withinll anld now you all'e ready to breathe it over the germl-infested membrane, where It will speedily begin its work of killing catarrh gerlas. Hyomlnl is made of Aulstraliun euca lyptol comnblined with other antiselptlcs and Is v(.ry plleasant to breath'. It Is guaranteed to cure catarrh, b)rotlchliti, sore throat, crI'UI), coughKl anld colds, or money back, It cleanlls out a stuffed-up head in a few min utes. Hold by dru'Iggists eve'rywhere, and bIy GeoC. l"rl'ishe'll ,Ir' in MHissoula. JCoImI plte outfit $1. Anld reillnlmber that extra bottles, If afterward needed, cost only 50 cntsH. lir.athoe it, that's all. To bralk lup cold in head or chest in a few milnutls, pour a teasploonful fII' Hyllnel ilnto a bowl of bllling water, cover he;ad anld bowl ,with trowel and bre'athe thell vapor. COEUR D'ALENE MEN SELL CONTROLLING INTEREST John Bringhoff and A. C. Carpenter of Elk City have sold controlling in terest In the Shelby property at Re lief creek, Idaho, to Spokane people, and these officers have been elected by the Crescent Mining & Smelting company: President, E. 0-. Clark, vice ptesldent E. D. Sanders; secretary, P. N. Clark; manager, A. C. Carpen ter. The company has comlpited ar rangements with the Pacific North west Investment society of Spokane to Insure the purchasers of the stock of the company against any loss for a period of 10 years. FL.. A M 1.. ~Ad p ede * LUXE Tltl I 4ll1,4 . IlliiI llll ', 1 hI I Il ( IIr 114 11 141, l l '1 11xiv. whi;eretl Ina1IshiIchirteerwhre re tyle i in the tmophere; you feel t the minute you nter Rerstful pce, with comfortble u illl bil'lkol tie Vill the luxuricualy appointed department, which is an appropriate Well-appointed rest room, with all conveniences, and commodloug atage setting for the hundreds and hundlrede of beautiful garments fitting rooms well calculated to win favor for the ad~vantages they i . 1\hill w\'tillll whol hilN c'loltlhe nd xquisit ht. A tgsetting, though not intended to dlight i fford one to try on end ;npt t leiure, nd prv ely, the gr the eye alcne, but dcined to be prctial well Th s ld menth s he hs under conlx idr- tion. Where the ervce of n x ervie in thoe maive mahony and plate-gles' cse, rich in pert are eiver t tffhi. utomer' cfll to note nr ltrtion pper.nc la nd dignified in deign, constructed on the mowrat, aip and lto mhike theni .e proved line, kepng their conts free f f fda hiot. .ald h Behind the icnr , perfetly equipped workroom, with work thedy h d they me from their cretor' hand. refet mirrorhl, wtht her of tkill . nd h experience, capable of originating, ae well as car Here, stylet your iimn the fratmosph evere; point of view, enb minute you entetr Restful space, with comfortable stteei your own iders everywhr. inthe luxuriouy thsly appointedt deparfet in fit, which isther an appropriate Well-appointed rest, n orgniton whoe one thoughtis, and commodit yous wistage seting for the hundreds and hundreds of beautiful garments fitting rooms well cculated t ling fauperor tylthe advaluntages theynd yoand exquisite Lehats. A stag setting, though nort upon hvn un afford onchble to try on evnd inspect at leisure, and privately, the g.r thS eye alne, but Y ourdesigned to be practical as well. There's solid m ts the hs under consideration. Where the services of an Herx service in those missive mahogany and plate-glass cases, rich in pert are ever at the customer's call to note necesary alterations appearance and dignified in design, constructed on the most ap- and to make them. proved lines, keeping' tIheir contents free from du11 t and as fresh ail Behind the scenes, a perfectly equipped workroom, with worktI the day they came from their creator's hands. Greet mirrors that ors of skill and experience, capable of originating, as well as cor rflot your imag frm everypoint of view, enabling you to detect t 1111 ying out to the minutes detail your own ideas.lt a intantly the slightet defect in fit, should there be any, or to note Behind 111 ll, an organization whose one thought is to merit you f with satisfaction the becoming effect from every angle of the hat patronage by fairness in dealing, superior styles and values and you have set your heart upon having* unapproachable service. Select Your Spring Suit From the Hundreds Shown Here flImtkiiii llrllly mnllllll: flhlilll aftih ir sylyh in lerltlicl The, w(Ifi wh* l kniowf, whill sial wnliitil ---ltnO instantly Blh in-t tih il ftitith lt ill I/lli, J f ft.llhlill, tl i o.nilli.i if ri ill/, / Jtl ffIgl fiz tS i ti. hlillnct. ThSiiit-qi'lllh IiI .i fieiton lItili tI lint itn ll4.higlst ponlitle value g llexIl l I'. JiXii l 141i 1 w ill IIH I (Xl.,ili 14 illXI I hl~x iii l111 IPX~ . )Ilirh -I tVflllilf wiltt , uni lrt qh, r(liitx-$ ~i0pci t $65dv0 Somvery Suii .o well Spiilcrd thai iI. ,t lyh will VI l u s , W or t hi y t A tvt n wot w io to dy Hint of Sui tsi it $135 i and $h15 Suit sat0iar. lli5llhlSuality slat h v$3i5$ futliios fini'ir t in St lrh, whe,'l rhi, y ulel th ' . Nrils of , ry Hr l',I l , I' 'i lri/!--F 5.00 o I65.00 H tIi' l 4'ri,1' a..urI d. .0 .l"<ial inritalian 1o- 1 ac ; a d 'hil " Whelh ,rd'. laid ,euilg c-$15.00 to e45.00 .•lr/ric·ll# '"'rilre',d Hllmc.'nlp, ,kui/.--$'-0.00 to $65.00 T'hi waln ll - \'hu Ilv' hg lir ' Iilnnyit il kl nhl" Rd.1 . l"€ € kin .,/oyl uitR$d-_.00 Imo -.00 Tll-t w, o IIII h I vhiji iih'llllllll: Ih, I IIIbivallloollil 'ill'llh il o l ort, - 2 .0 to $35.00 grl'ila'i'' of I'l u1s ulllieih'dl hy the(' I,( I (IlIsIll tlilhri.. H ir-lne N i...la .!lodels-- ..50 to 65.00 Some Special Values Worthy Attention Suits at $13.50 and $15 Suits at $22.50 and $25 Suits at $32.50 and $35 A~ f'ille nesor'ltin nt ofl M'1..i,.4' ,.-ltll, lit lliclls M l..;l,:' ,otlls, 4I. . s ize teo I., inll [i vlk e, with Wanllllon's. anllq Mlnl41s' M'ults--miodelsl of tailored fIl 1111 fu.i ilia 1111 xi- 111( i fv 14l.;;, 1 l1 il 4 l11 l ,lkxl , . Il IIx'n 1114 hI jlliI h il li tllI : I 51 ll i'III1'Il tlhl fll I l I uet. r- ll4 1 ln . 1r14 ( rel 'e ¥ taloeduulwii-u eystleslng na rgs, blc enthr tIanii ngs usullU black1 1 attals; chal esl. l aid~ finllcy rWP·t Il lnC T e Ill gr'tts. r. , slt'i.' lllll S hwli, l m'llil\rl " l'- .f l'tu , wilh .l iI .llir trtiaiil with Itir',e , Ill nllvy relsl rvl, Ill h nce. Theyy l I'l,(,ll, \\llhI Irhllil/llK.Y ill I'~i~l.ii iilllll IIII lhI~~I.V\ il,. i11., lie 1 l;li ..iil'l iillll Illrlit KI'.,.,II .I',llIl.,; hII I-II~'Jlli tll, . lI li i(lll(llllj ~~IIr~lr; h~rowII wool nillll fa ill ni.. tt hIl nl, l ; II il y w:,,l'L,,., li hlin bl ,ck, h ' rill. , lie I l inly i taiinii wilh plrliln hrui'hl 'l , tiiln Pa. nin, I(,i erd , luld , i(rrinl, llly' m l ii1, Cll , i' gleel; wIith Ii mii li. ; gLr V Puililil suits iil ull iln inlft llncy acrlerr coflf' ..,ld \ith iilire r ,, r0.,,rdI ilk lhl ml r'll'illll, \\lilt,> mil rI1'i.%' InllIIxturY; ill wllh Ir.t- lieas I m' irnni lll ll| nal ry IIKht ll ll fxlnc;(.y srtln lhri 1,11 ,4 w ith i llli Iiilh l, h111 . uil Il l rll - iya l 4 1 il III( II it) . Mu10 11 wI h h tf 1114 i 1t I lll l h , r trltlldnkN, i''tt tuat l vou ' .... '" .. . $13.50 AD$15 """'."i $22.50 A $25.00 , i.r hir $32.50 AN $3500 ii Si Trimmed Hats of Unmistakable Style and Beauty Ho wond.,rfully lohvly nIlid artisit'ic alrc· all tih hlais ill thel .\lillinlery snc.,tioll of lle Salon de Luxt that, one could anlmot ph'k ouiit lblindfolde utl crhal'lin t) I; I nilg. YI soieIi of he(. hils a' for all woilmn and otlles for shlolrt women; ownme fo he' li., ftiir Ino oll m foii t'hl i lialirk ; nlli lhtc' c uiil, foi ilte ll y iYl , ollei, for llih, lhinli i, ihait w ari extremestl mlodh',s; r 1 ill ot hicri. fr( t hilllilill 'i(, il ilul oth1 01 \yei for" t f ; he( (th 'Illli '( , lni o'ri i vi womiliaili wlio wasIIl, \ sjolmethhing "jusitl meetw.(, ariid Inlvityo.'" In Ihii. t i of Iliil l'ui iiillhin ry all you i l do is io (io e oit of thle hunlllr l s th'e parlhtic lar hat0 tiat ulints you ihs1. \W'. kiiow it is h erl li . LMf Lo WORKING TO RAISE MISSION New York, April 5.--'' hat h thani a thlousallnd women gral'iduat'es of BJiryn Mawr college have already raised over half of the million-dollar fund with which they hope to endow their alnua mater on the 25th anniversary of its founding, next June, was announced. by the Bryn Mawr Alumnae associa tion in this city today. Backed by husbands, brothers and friends of women's education throughout the country, this little band of enthusiastic women has suoceded in matching dol. lar for dollar a conditional gift of $250,000 from the general educational board altd has sUbstantially provided for wl.ding onufthe present $130,000 In Idhtitdnss iof tl11 exlpandinirg college. ''Tol ltomplhete within the next three mnlliths tile million dollar endowment neceslsary to perpletuate Bryn Mawr, without lowering Its high standards or raisiing Its tuition fees, they are or giniinllg it systemratitic' canvass of every H,'ction lof the 1United rtates. Planning ai widle.pireald camplaign for till diication ofn' Ameileican womllen, i s'peiiial colrllittee of graduates has he guni, witl the cl-o ,pe ration of the col. loge and illiinliin liheadls, the drafting of every ilryll Mawr woman as an ac. tive agent to lirouse interest in her crnllnrrunit and seek support for the future of her college. Ten companies iof' such womlen workers with the help of their relatives and friends are be ginning to canvass sections of this tit whlire they are finding a ready re spo:nse to their call for the perpetua tlan of the widening work of theh. alma tmater. In Chicago, Washington and Slt. Louis1 old Bryn Mawr girls are eagerly organizing to raise their share I of the fund, while Boston alumnae are plannling ta Isrles of elaboratte enter taillnIlln( ts for its benefit. At the hone, of HeCln Taft, who is nIow a sopho more at the colllge, Cincinnatli i re ported to bo lspecially interested in this work thdit is ulreadV hbeing plushen throughout the Pacife states, Missourl, Arizona, Alabalma, Texais. Kentu.'ky, MlichjigaI, Malryland and the New Eng landl an i, rihi le Atlantic states. ullnldredls of slI ns snllrll than $100 Iare bing slit fromll the avings o1 loyal Bryn Mawr womlen to help swell thle funds to whllh l few of their nmore financially fIlrtunato slster alumnae have conltributed in $1,000 subscrip-, tions. By one large nlanufaeturln* corporation with a prsonalll Interest in the colliege a1 offer to make up $5,000 of every $10(1,000 raised by the grad-. uates has been InaIde. Several women are ready to glve $10,0,00 each, whetr ninle other contrlibutorts of the same amount can be found. (Inass collec tions front every part of the country are also being turned into this general fund which all Blryn| Mawr to rallying to complete. The girls In moderate circumstances may still come to Bryn Mawr without auff-tring from the increase In tuition rates, which must be made it adequate endorlwmenlt is not forthcoming, la the object of this unique campaign by the graduatltes and many supporters of wo nin's education. While the original milllpn-dollar endowment of the col. leg' has, with $100,000 in donations, amply supported it with strict economy during its first quarter century, the In crease in its necessary equipment as well as in the general cost of livilng has been shown to call for larger mainL tenance funds. The alternative of turning away the girl scholars of mod. est means, who are flocking to Bryn Mawr from all over the country, by raisipg its fee has already been re jected by the alumnae, Who bnlle they can arouse the country to b g ag. tlonal need that they believe l A this college for women.