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Harnols Theater
C. A. HARNOIS, MOR.
One Big, Jolly Musical Night
THURSDAY, APRIL 28
Thursday, Apr.28
C. S. WILSON
offers the Great Laughing Success
*"TRE
Arrival
Kitty"
By Norman Lee Swartout
The Beat Comedy since "Charley's
Aunt"
Presented by a Select Company cf
Metropolitan Favorites
10 Big Musical Numbers-10
Seat sale starts Wednncai.iy at 9
a. m.
Prices-$1.50 to 60c.
FAMILY THEATER
C. A. ilarnola, Mgr.
Tne Famous
Della Pringle
AND THE BEST COMPANY IN
THE WEST.
MONDAY, TUESDAY
AND WEDNESDAY
. "California"
Diamor d Ring Given Away Every
Friday.
TWO SILLS EACH WEEK
Splendid Specialties.
PRICES-10c, 20c and 30o
Reserved Seats at Nongareil Con.
fectionery.
Matinee Saturday at 2:30 p. m.
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SAT
URDAY,
" Tom Dick and Harry"
University
Lecture Course
HARNOIS THEATER
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1910,
8:30 P. M.
Laurant
The Magician
The Man of Many Mysteries,
will prei ent his nrow, orliinai mys
tic er~entions in male~i tut Illu
lhuut, Introdiu ing all new fet
tures. Pruulomin t amutng thesye Is
his spltentid nt'w erentiontt, entitled,
"A Night i Indllua, wht trein be in
tihuities till the marvelous tit lks
of the IIlndous If India.
I'so ticket No. 9.
I iotrs open ait , perfirtn1 ce he
gins at 8::0,
Admission, $1, 75a and 50c
The Grand
SIMONS A SEARLES, Props.
VAUDEVILLE
And Latest Motion Pictures
1'iNCII & VVNI
Novelty hinging anti Talking Act
lMi'ri i & ROlFtt,
Ittpit ' Fire
iIngirit, Talkers and Itnietrs.
ILLUSTRATED SONG
MOVING PICTURES
MATINEE DAILY AT 3 O'CLOCK
EXCEPT THURSDAY.
TWO MATINEES SATURDAY
FIRST' SHOW AT -2 O'CLOCK.
1 . L. Gul4ej
BTTE TAXIDERHIST AND M. R*E
RIEMt
Won Medal at St. Louts.
M '41 Reenss as seiI*, MoGM
Duffy C& King
RIBEpVATION LOCATORS
2t years acqualntarice with the land.
Offices 128 North Higgins Avenue.
Phone 784.
CONTEST IS GETTING
INTERESIING
THE RACE FOR QUEEN OF THE
CARNIVAL PROMISES TO
BE CLOSE.
TIh l 'ii t1l11"t Ili r ti le I tl t i itit't of il
rth i n fir thel e:a"urnIo I. 1 Il K1Iv n Iii
theii li i nl l 27. An)" u mp y i ctr lit
11111 the I . 11is li b1,imil Ir pro'gr st+ins
inttru tirniyi l h 1tuut i ttiin ti ri u lIts.
tnkitt at 1; 11'1111 1.,-t olvenitin e. tr
its it I tittus
ilm Crs ear ofll ' ..
Miss A1n.1a Iinn4 t Ai tAM iI
M is lb I,1Il' Ilmargetnts 1411
Milst I11nnth Iltep enr 1:1;
Ni ss A 1 ,-I t?.(l thill' 1::1
.Milts Millet llrewer . 10
'NIips t ut 111 1 1'tlin 49
ADVANCING UPON CITY.
Was hingtoln April 21An armny if
211.610. int filr Proslvwd nt 1:ntIrizx h1st
1;1-11 m ls, Is anivaticily tin two i ulunins
nn thlt t"ity of Iltteinlth his no hn thne
hInmits of the Insuirgints, nee"ording tto
Srepo~rtts reciveild by thel -(;Iti depart
1n i~n tlldtuy
'I es III . 11 rts Pill thlt advance' of
11111 Kove~lrlltt iu t force~. s iis ubmit 211 11
10 m illet i11way Iflrl th" t"ity.
Card of Thanks.
111 milsh to thi ih maru friiends, thi"
firnnm 'n it M lssoiulo, Iif imiltion, 1thttlr
anid A eninnia, till Malitnss the Knights
of I'ýthins, tim" Natal1",t h plibt 'l11"1rarer
and ill' other"s whon dhll 'o 1muc0 111
matkt liglitir f'or its tinr suffiring iall
gritf in til* tiIn tss iand ilthttt of Our
hurbund usnl faithier. Alfred II. Maiy.
" 111u1MA 1.Y AND VA.MI Y.
,I
IF YOU APPRECIATE;
STYLE AND SNAP
this halwt1al1sher'V will
pltaus( N'(11 mlight~i.y. Kee
mil' haIlt' IeW tieM, ou
Hf st 'i lt I ('Ii il 'I sh i lt , (11 Ir
NW1'lh('1ft or C iNOwks a1 1111- r
Elt't'IP'2I'. Wte 211 WIit1 hallve
IIhI' newest hf'ri' first, so if
you likP In hIP 111mo1 ng the
loueas(P of faIshion1 in men's
rtishtitigs 1iu'II ha1v1 t
(' il('1 11 ' tief (O ' Ill ( 1013.
Link
Mercantile Company
103 West Front St
THE ISIS
"ELENTRA"
A classie mtrvel in bower of nit
ing, n imasterpoece Inl moving ll(
ire art.
"THE MINIATURE"
A dl'i.ghtfully plaunt dramatic
ennaedy.
"ICE SCOOTERS ON LAKE RON.
KONKOMA"
A remarkable pi't rIe of the fast
est bolt on eartn. 'l'ix pilture was
taken at the time' the inunt was
making nt :peed of ov,"r 100 miles
all how'.
"THE RANCH KIN(I'S DAUGH
TER"
TE"A thrilling wust,'rn prleture, fill
of liI'- andu netio n.
"AN AFTERNOON OFF"
Anoth,"r howling comtedy; one
that will matke you smile hn your
dreais.
LOOK LOOK LOOK
Wt. are flow 1;lting away the
dishow Mlonday. tiMy tl, I1110.
THE ISIS
BIJOU
"o id Is Not All" i very strong
and rentar'kable dramau. The story
told is of ti, cl ntrl ut of two girls,
one married to it man of wealth,
the other to u poor man. The rich
girl's I Ilcsilrlu diesrts her atter 10
yours, wille the poor girl is happy.
Sympathetically n1(ted and ad
milrahiy photographed. this picture
deserves the highest cominmrdu
tiln.
"THE CLAYBAKER"
pi' plture Is without doubt the
hest and most artistic dramatic
proldulltion of the year.
"A TRIP ON THE RHINE"
Come1 with us and take a trip
down the River Rhine. (1ne of the
most remaritablo featuro pictures
ever produ'ed. E;xrluluIltely colored
p and artistically designed, One of
P Pathe feature scenic productions.
lBe sure and see this show.
Remnemtber, watch contest.
104 "BIJOU" 1o0
The Prize
goes to
a j . the Cooks
who use
FLOUR
A wise housekeeper insists upon her grocer
sending her REX Flour. Bread, cakes and pastry
made with it are delicious and wholesome. Its use
makes baking a pleasure and success.
"RLEX is King"
BASEBALL
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
American League.
W a"nl. 1, nt. IS-i
New Yotrk 4 2 .Gil
tohotlt 3 .0;2 .
S"t. LUnuir :t 41111
Vlevvinsed 4 5 .444
ttostoni 4 5 .444
Wualitlrgton : 47 :1:1:1
CI$icang. 2 4 .333
National League.
WIlint. Jlnlt. P7 I
Jlttsburg . . I 1:73
(utiuing. 4 2 r,67
Nuw Yrk . :1 i,
(lri iit'muli :1 4 427'
Iliston . 21.1
2rookly I. 1, 2:.
St. Loulis 2
Northwestern League.
Wanott. Last. Pet.
Ta ifna . 2 1 .1;7
Vauneonver . 2 1 .4747
14 kane . I 2 3:
Sattl.. 1 2 .333
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
New York 5, Washington 2.
WVsthington, April 26.- Now Yirk
huncht'd hitsunitn, taking adtantago of
Wash ington's ror..r in tilt- fhrti ii
ning, won inl.au , to 2. Warhip wrils
lilt hard In thl third inning und was
ropincetd by Quinln, who twits vt-ry of-l
f,"/tive. Sonsationnil plays wero insic
by ('ree, ~nl'orto tool Iherfbild.
Seore-- It f. .
Wiasihigtotl _ 4;
N\w York N5 x
Iiitterle.s -4 h i-r nt iniill Str1:.t; W\'ar
houp, luhlan alit Hwt"1noy.
Too Much Smith.
Cl.vlaind, April 25.-hi ii gi di-
ftateI ( 17111t1. 2 to I1, twiny. lirger
was unpitihi d by Smith. 4'ietl4ni..
Jith ones Geit off Brnotlken ter tNo
first inning. t 141.im i lts b Itting was ith,
Henri - It. II. 7.
('hicago 2 9 1
I) ftrotrtlo ite r and it Nmis, 4n -
.l,"rly; i-nlithi tall P ynt-.
Jones Gets a Broken Nose.
St, L ut s, April 7. --A lit t iItnianlt,
Bush's trtor, at pansntt bu all ttilla il
rifby o fly iin St. Louis itges wa thing
run over Detroit in the 12th 4i2.ing
today. A hot I.n.tr riutnlartit 's but
in the ninth hining broke first Hutse
tMan Jones nos" nd nli hs* as ntirled
front, t elt .ili.
Htcpro -- 1... 1. . 2 1 2
Detroit ... ft 4
Nt. bouitle 14 li
liutteries- Wi'lllet, Peornoll andl Stun
agel; Bulloy, Wauddoll turd St,-1 hens.l"
Misplays Are Costly.
Boston, April 25i. -The locals madeu
three thmes Lis manny tilts as 'hilind,"
phin todaty, but a serios of rnlisplalys
by fltoston tund two singl,"s Kavt" tho
VIsitors enough runs to wiln, 4 to '1. A
f,"ature wits Lt-wln batting.
Hnc ro-- It. 11. I".
Philhidelphiu . . . .. 4 4
Boston ....2 12
IButteriew- -Atkins Mid 'Thainlus;
Wa'tud, ifull wind I arrigtun
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Can't Find the Plate.
('incinnati, April 25.-- F"ullure of
f'invinnatl pitehers to 1ocate the plati"
in the early innings was rnally re
sponsible for St. Luuis' victory today.
Backnlan perfurmied well until the
sixth, when the locals stored three on
a series of hits, coupled with a base
in balls.
i are- It. If. X.
St. Ltuis . . ....... . i ii
C'lii'nnati 3 7 3
Uatteries-liaikman and Ilrinuhiriiar;
Spade, t'ivalesk e, laipur land Mi -
Lean, Rluth.
Wet Grounds.
'hit ago, April 25. -('hlaiugu - lith
burg gauie postponed; wet griu:ids.
Darkness Ends Tie Game.
Phliladelphia, April 2 5.-ioston and
Philadelphia played a i-to-5 tie of
fiine innings today, which was stopped
by darkness. The start of play was
delayed 45 minutes by rain and, it
rained almnost Isntinuously from the
second Inning, bbt tUpire Itigler kept
the teams in action, except during the
seventh inning, when play was suts
pended fur 2U minutes. The game was l
1'i-l .l t -in.l :tad 1 ra l I : t
tiere I t I I I:
1111 H ' I. i II
I'ntlerie4 Itr11wn, \Iit io n :sn*I i:rIt
11 , .11 i1, . S tith I aansI lni "" u
Fielding is Brilliant.
Nett Yo'rk. A iril _3 -In It Funin.
mnarkedl I..% xcepttr iona~u lly brilliaunt 10. b.l
ing, e l. Niw York N. tinissis tuiity I.
frat""nt Itroo.klyn, : t 1 . In the 41!,11
inning; I'ridwllv I stintdal i rlnl. 1.1in
by st".t. sing ifunin* I's gr11und. r ile
threw. to I..ybe. fir. ing VIhiet. Ii.y
lit fire' andt lit eh, wit' In ul m tron
thi1,d. 1%:1 111. .le i t th,. 11lat.". Ti'h.-re
wereIV foutr doubtl. tM ars int h* 1I.".+1111.
:;. ..it. i1
lim . 1 7 1
N." York 2 . 1
Kl l.t ri t I:ut k.r :11. 1." Ima en
W il It m . 1 t t 1,""" ...
NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE.
At Spokane.
Scoe1' it I I I':
Valit iii.".i 2 St 2
iiika .. I :1
thatt."terse thrdne*I and I.ewviý
111l11 :tnt i astalh k.
At Seattle.
Sen re Ii. II. I
Suttl- . 7 5
Tt'Ionu 12 13
1 4t0tterlb: Halli 1nd. !1t.".: AMini, and
WESTERN LEAGUE.
At St. J1orn"ph St. Jose.ph S. Its Msn t .
At iierver Iinvoln 5. t.near 4
jAt Wihihta -fatualm 5, Wichita f.
At T p kit S mi~ x 1111y , '1'.1,.k:1
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
At Indil naloi' ii (iiiiiili il.- 4, In
At isonils i~t. '1'1.411 0, l.,.ui;villlo :.
At Knunsls City St. 1':1l r;, K: iwsu
liIy 0.
At Milwiukii 1tilnnn..olis-111wiau
Ic.. gaine imst i-.. l. rain.
Victim of Drink Needs Orrine.
D)rink /"unnlingly' destrouya th* will
power, and whili the irunlearel wllnis
to do what yout tell him,11 h14 wanwl t
thiu-ai d time, lirl the irink that h.
cravesn N. ed-I I trni tiienl i. i
nary. (nrrine will destroy tih. desire
fur Igttnui r, ):11 tiit the drink will nlt
he mni~svi and rn""tores the 1.ntlent ti
haElth. T
This riteti y 1i thoroughly lvi-ntifil
anti i s 41 nimform1y tu(eesful thatt it
i4 sold a ith it reg.. tertd guartrate. to1
refund your money If It fulls to otffet
a (1111e. lin.kl."t nn "Ho.w tit (Vito
D1runkenners" free on requnest. '1h,.
trrin ti Co, 31 I ria e Huilt dhinil iuniiuh
Ingtui, I). I' toi- in try, aIty niy tli
{Missoula Drug on., Haun1n~nd l 181k.
REV. HORTON TO RETIRE.
Buostin, April 25. -Rev. E*dward A.
JHorton, fo1r Y5 y."ars exeet~ltve finud 111
the 'nittarlan Sunday 'tl.hooul sodetty
I nut one of the leading t'nitarian
prreaher4 lin the w nuntry, will relin1
sluish his 11ut1,4 111 June 1, next.
KA The cigar
you will smoke
always--after you
smoke one..
CHANCELLOR
The Good Cigar
Mild, Havana Filler.
Best-- at its prices-
for 30 years.
Try one.
Ostrich Ostrich
Plume Plume
Sale Sale
CORNER HIGGINS AVENUE AND PINE STREET.
II- ; Women's and Misses'
Rea Shoes
'1 I"IIN Linen Suits and
Ihll I 0t ;1. 1iii 1i 1 iil
11 1; 111 1 ý i/.r
..6. . 5.0 Wash Dresses
Tailored and Fancy Linen Suits
lS \ n I1'. I IIl I11;1 111 1111 it fil'I W . B. CORSETS
t1 t I . ;I . 111 l t 1111i tli .itilitiIt- I11 I 11i \'l'a l 1tEf t N1V1 I'
111 - '1l'i 1 i llt- l in , 1 '1l 1 m 1.-:11 .I I shal" ju --hi t the
- Sitsica liiandI ,lre-.1n s Mli hntnery Sleo
1 il ' N . IIt ; 1 1 I. j1 111' 1 " \1.'\ III'\\ .i\.i. 1 11 \ft In 0
1 II ii jt I i I \ ltPl I s Xut 1 I 1 til t 1 N 1t l , ( I Il 'ill 111 \ 1lit $1 ;
"ltl t ltti Ia l lttI It il i Iti it " lu 1 It 1i t " t i\itit t1i tlitI
Itill tlet f lt -itt -- a i'i ill N I/I 111i-ui1. lti iit % IS tex
I l I 1 , 1 at1 1 . t f1 1 It t 11 '..1 .1i. ti ll , i ti11 Oi t
iIn ile 1 Il f t x1ti li sii 1 syle . 1111\' $1.50
ices. $5.00, $10.00, $15.00
."Children's I''in i 1'le
SSuits and Wash MONDA Y
a ýr Dresses Dresses '"""anxi Yi
1.ml g-fI -x laiS.I . .1t%"If, at very stilk
11 taitlured1 111u \1\11 ar ha i" n ing arnmea nt of
nWtS il t 1.'ia Ill a n " "xc t led lint of feelingt, pyýroxylineI
;1h111 self .1, .1.1 t 1ir, ilfa hllt y n lnn s inl birtidl win velvet
1l1i11. 'I'in* unf' f1"a till ithof latest sI Ityle flower's% it hilt al
,1. ",. ý..t Iur1" 111is %11111 is 31114 %Ihades; Ilhew' ity % %411 at $1$;
tuiilI I'411 is thei ex- lum~f"ini twinI ,1111 11 1-1W 2 5
r'"i r il '',i hl;. 1" :11111 1111l ý'" 1\'1'1'"` :llt (' ontinen' tal stylt I ,
..1 If"ý~lo ign%. '1'111"%t arf, pl i 1." ""l ir . Ins~tily t alit ofi Yj.;41
theý 11 1iscrimintingll IltriIInned withl wa'sl; heniliia trinanedI- with
flualit it'; youn her\( br idl :ntl 111111,1 . rtelveft folds usnl
tr l 111101 to w"1' flivil 11 ' have aft sizf"> fl-it ; aln ne~x
Ilnn ;1 on .1 unal v'" frum _ 1 y.111%1i t1 1'lhu l ee tion,a1nd(
11 or r. .,"h t itol hak,. warº k 11 t n ut it Itip :
-iwnt day. i. nkingf ror , ~ o an socse
a t ii l: 1"1 1!".W"M vial todal1y
$20 I t $75 $4.50 X14.50
CIOYNSKI SUCCESTS
MORE SYSTEM
FOLLOWING THE DISCOVERY OF
A SKIN ERUPTION, JEFFRIES
TAKES A HOLIDAY.
l1'" L ori ost. ( 0 1';.I i Cil : . I,
tii rlit 1 1 ir a l" ; r, i Ir ..t r.l1
Jtowa:urd nts.ml .Inin .I' fru a f'nor ma till
tr blinii r m uIl i t M aill :551, II' 1ri "
caul 1i l irp.( il'ld .pr 1 1., nri r" tli h 10."
111 ii. t i .irIlia ri. i pp r it i ill li ..
ra nsI sy s b ir, n till Ii, irgrilrit an
(lI. l ...nlhull pr srlr N' hi. l' Ii ir sI ll
hIg fighlter hln e l mill. in storing
till last f wt'." y sil v by it lart;' :.lin III rupt
110 1 fin the maall ''I h~is It k. ;1 'ursell
tiall sllaitesg cav l by' I'huýraki na. I $5-i
Iliir di S-,rr is r rf i t 1n .sI. It ir s t
ri if ir I , lint ill 11,1t . 1 I 1il. iA
% kip g ti.riji ' I i':, :11''I " in l l %% lii t
tthi ' Ir:illing, 511,1 frlnrl n''""on t fil'
w'llb I re nt ~'u. blenition l o 'u I I systs III
Ae"r"llapnfli'"d by 1`t+41 1: It." r ,;" I'arnrit r
13urns isau t is Isis l of frieis~nI, J100
frri."l us t s ;an it'i liin1.bIi; trip to Sýnnlti
I zi thi :1'1 afte n'on, iti re this' ('w ritn"
obhumpi n H.ul a 11i1. in lih s-urr mutll n " 'In b t>,I .1" 11 a h
tswift tripr fromu 110 Muhiss brought thes
I'lttrl hunkc to tu 1. m ,smn lln it thum '
roc IiI' rý'.ling 15'a1, :t which .lrff'rir>.
111 f'l yal' ". a <te ill ' a opo t~irl l, 1 ;1111rthe'
11; it 11:1.1 11-'II ,.."t 1111 .'.1g.' by flu M.'ll
hr.".%."
It1"rl;. r :Intl .1. ffrlt's I11".' at I. t had
n'. f".rnull tall. 1...a" the u..Itt.'r 'll' it
I'. f."t..", it It luuiih the dtlt. .f th.' M.'
It-.-1 It, 111' 1h." II..tn ..h.. 1v (n .I I"ir is lr
at it, -1 % III.' n 1 111." 1..:artI I .. I'
lull iý nniv :I 11Ih.. 1 i1..,"." thui :. 1%""A
I:.t:ilit What.-v.-J, 11."44$ 111.% 11..1t'
!:..I.1 as 1.. %% Ito ttu" r. f" r.' h.,u;.l 1.."
1 u'r unl h.'InK dfu."l..s,'d.
I ..I."y's Ki.ln."y It."nt..l)" \1111 vim, tiny
ra h." ..f k ldn."y :utd h1:IQd."r Irl.nhl.' 1,.1
h.")1.nd tll.' 1'."a.'h 44 111"1111'111.' \., t.l.".I
..In." .'.tn if., 1a..t".' Ilurd. n City Dirtig
I'u~ 1.1"n. 1" r"."I.li iin.'r, Pron.
TItY A M1btil111'1.1AX I'I.ASS AI)
FREE FREE
Carpet Cleaning
i'n I th la lyl the luckv nutuLh r we %%ill titan 1nnI re iden'i'
1 .. . I hargi I. l Iady . tllaint t J. M. Lucy & Sons' Furniture &
carpet Store \'.lainsdve l trnon \ill ..." ii 11 11. iii n'r. \." n1t
, Iv.. 1t ..n n intrutton ith thit Aero Wagon it l.ne z' iti r.
l\'s.I adlay. A t tl .', 1 fl.rr1 _ to !. I in \I, ne.w r. latu."ted. h. alt."nol
arid .." a i tl ti .\. " ., i . r
STAR CLEANING AND
RENOVATING GO.
Ph >ne 762.
THE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF MISSOULA
I \l'lT 1\I. $200,000I.00
St 1 ' I HI.' .1\'Iº 110)ºII IT'S $" 1,1thM).1H)
W illi 11 1 a a t usl i pluI a14 S1 i i' t tatki' ;tart' of
"ttnue Itin t'i"s , Isaltt\tvive Ilargt it tuts' be. t
t.1a.p \ :a per (-(-Il illioulst all sav\iligs depolºSit$.
oi'I' It:It4S .ANI) II )11Il~'oitit
I' S. U~nink I'rt'silnth i di i nvol;'t Itunlln, Vita' Preaidotig
I .\. Nit' litit, I 'atlijir. 0). t . Itnglatutd. A iaiStant t4 KliJIei.
A. I t . liam n t l, A. I I . \V l t t 'i t . II. M I.c , "[,
SalmIu Jls. f .
KETCHEL HAS A CHARM.
\."t1" Y.t~,ic April I ,..Whi." Sta.Ilky
tigh t.i il luck, cigutniu..~ wui" %.rls ct"
tn .: wlist icy Elh;r1.n.' hr .Ilrccicccic tl.r
Mlii :. i ci Ii. n r rT.-c atlit. 1,11 c'ictin
.I liii I it ccii" n.c icnici cigainist hunt,.
WILL VISIT HERE.
\Ircc li~ccncir I )cuv'lI, niii" Margu."r
iI. I cccucaig~i.ccc.un .ciiiccId In the~ city
1;.'t cci v -ring. u. will V.11 c.cfh se~veral
" ti. '.u hi'. c'li"ilul Ici thci her ccc'thr.'
Mcis 1?: u'.cliiuiiglituii Mrs'i I cci14'Ic'.
'r. 'cll.i.r. I" Hi'tt Iii J.%1 .121. iclahi..

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