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Women's and Misses' Summery Linen Suits Delightful Styles; Moderate Prices THE reel/ suits for xnummer 1'l'1; un~rny ererr featruren 1ý II (I rur-on youor mor~ning shown in our 1.118 unse n" whoi eq xir ºi'nu, afternoons pini bluf t framen and msisep' tp '. and erenintgx-they'll mtet tailored cloth snits, root-s anid 1) rerH sort of summerrr dress-up" ~ d);eame (fir all (IensIions demons. need, as the styles are 1radical xtratex the pr(Ifhe of the I.1 M.1l Becomingness as .i' a """4 \ ('n ", "'r 0efMNis The Keynote of More New King and Geis Our Millinery Success Tailored Linen Suits ..Tailored Cloth Suits toplIllg 14 lllM l",i M',lwith' t'it- Mtlit'ted Om t h so ")( Your hot-wtiether your sraearch if for a prac- Thee conie in tl heavy crash There is 1itinetion in the styles liltIndsonltst, the finest and hesMtw 1 4ould find. Our tiE i, go-with -everygown hat for obliging gen- and the finer weaves. In p)le--t first offerings of the nite. King and "tGe isha" waists erl wear, or the Mtatelie4 of Paris creations to crown your blu1, delicate pink, lavender and1 \ liffErente' thit have beli awt with itistMiiil favor t 4ui1 kliith second ship most exquisite 1 4inline-ii surely among the hundreds of natural color; triieund wite eri4fully studied out to produce lil-ilt ps reinforce justi in the nick of ti ' iti the third hlutiful hats here, a hat, that just, suits your face, your embroidered collars and cuffs lhilt Must becoi miig effects and this week ire shalt flit ft ht-ry demandb style, your complexion, Waiting for you to pick it out. and large hone buttons; it va- through original and artistic riety of pretty styles to K14(.t treatment. This truestii ho1ds "King" Tailored Waists Hats at $5, $6, $7 and $8 nae of te let in regard to the' jJuaity, milk- Made i tl dainty fty1rou very skheer linK, either handi 1h1m141 attrative l of eateric hatsiMi tail orkg 4411 P4i14144 141444 of 14011441 trianinilii)trimed, diagonal suits ls low- emlb1tidered or plain, or with tucked frot 1 ith wide or Theumo ustt4'tin lyis thlly of mo1 ite hats Iria distinctive e10.00-$6.75 ly prices a $15, as well 1s in narrow tucks; tailored with an exactness ti at itures a per souls rk, 1111tiontat1 t r itt M atle ini qulnity of taterials to $10.00. regard to the mui exclusive feet fit in eah garlint-$3.00 t$.75. --thty'rE- motltMly A'1I1Dllt1i4n1ri huts, 111n4 MIi~illt, by flth wa'4y, Fancy . nlfits uisson t$5 are nuIsuilly popular. They're designed in a hundred dif. Fancy Linen Suits 1 "Geisha" Waists ferent styles-"-large and ediumn slupis; flower, foliage and Styles that one falls in love The Summer Coats New styles in "IeisIt" Tailored Waists. il ft' or madras, ribblon tritmed. with at first sight, becauMe of ( Ii t 1 thiMs season are made to either plain or embroidered-$2.50 to $4.50. their distinctiveness. They "I eishl" Lingerie Waists-every possible gract and beauty Demure Little Tailored Shapes coie iin eep errat or natural nartlwith the new suits and Me'n slaMtced into these. Ii fnt ll, htistt and marl In burnt and two-tone straws, In white faced with black, in ramie, Java linen-tolorP& linenIs an reps of dtresse, 14 part of the ruist tu' qubivette. with perfect, e'litiluationM of ila8E, anienneS, and other braids; with flower cabochons, straw rosettes, wide velvet hands the finest quality, with collars - -they go hai1t414-i111111d. Not i1 hahiy Irish, litiet't 4'lbuy and hand-made 10rehon, with won and ribbon bows $5 to $15 and i fffs of peach-colored or wianted style is missing from derfully skillful hnd4-4elroidery-$3.75 tj $8.00. hr4own vi-lvet. aind tr'iminiltgK Ef hthi t44llectitil - taffet't aitd For the Miss of 10 to 15 Years hall buttons, either velvet or pongee silk roots, $10.00 to Guimpes for Children's Dresses A delightful assortment of straw and lIngerie hats. Very picturesque are self-ttbitt'lil covered-$13.50 $27.50; top)o4ts in all stylish Delayed, but now here In plenty. Pretty styles, in white lawn with the wide trimmed pressed shapes and the dainty lace flounced lingerle to $17.50. materials, $13.50 to $40.00. yokes or embroidery or lace, to wear with those littl Dutch and round* hats . ........................ ........................ $5 to $10 $3 $0 . necked, short-aleeve dresase on the cooler days 904 to $3.35 75c Imported China Silk On Sale at 50c Yard Distribution of Women's 25c Hosiery at 19c A special offering for this week only. These silks are the newest and moest desirable materials for ut uiier 240 dozen pair of the best regular 25. women's stockings it M1u1 at 194 a puir, just Mts give greater Waists and dresses and truly wonderful value at the sale price, 50¢ a yard. They cou in white, witll prominence to our enlarged hlosiery section. T'here are 0) dozen of the famous Tartell how, I case of the popular No. 1251 Hutson hose and 2 rases of Knox Knit (Iaitze hose. Choinier of any of these, this week fine stripes of blur, pink, brown and green; 18 inches wide; regular 75w' quality. only, lIr pair, 194. 50c White and Colored China Silks at 35c Close-Outs of Children's 25c Hose at 19c Another rejuarklaile offering for this week's shoppers. China silks in a good, heavy quality; in white We have too 11u11ny lines of children's hosiery by two, therefore we offer all our Mhawknit and "Mother's and a full range of colors; regular price 50c; special, 35¢. FIriend" hose, always sold at 25c a pair, at only 190. RAILROAD NEWS LOCAL TEAM RECEIVES GAGE FROM HAMILTON The Northern Pacific laethall team has received a challenge from the Hamilton team to1 a game to be played on the (Hamilton grounds. The game will probably be afranged within the next few days. The railroad team's schedule Is filled for the next few weeks and it. will probably be a month before the two teams hook up. This will be of great assIstance to the Northern Pacific team, .s last Sunday was practically its initial game of the season. Considering the good show ing the local men made against the mauch-touted Bonner aggregation, they should give Hamilton a run for its money. There is no cough medicine so popu lar as Foley's Honey and Tar. It never fails to cure cought, cqjds, cioup and bronchitis. Y. P. I1O PITI''.11h NOTES alonnone Darfip, an extra gang la borer from Biutte, entered the hospi tal yesterday. He crushed one of his fingers and amputation will be necet sary. Put Hodaco, a roundhouse laborer from Paradise, was admitted to the hospital yesterday. He comes in with a crushed foot, which he caught in the turntable at the Paradise roundhouse. Vicardigli Pietro, an extra gang la borer from Saltese, entered the hos pital yesterday. He will receive medical treatment. John Simons, an extra gang laborer in the Missoula yartis, entered the hospital for medical treatment yes terday. Tony Selveo, a Missoula yard Ia horer, entered the hospital yesterday. He is suffering with paralye s, Are you looking for a Toussem that won't blow out of your pipol ASK YOUR DEALER FOR Cut or Pilui Its 4,L RACCO- To PLEAs ..u.rS. b .. Jb 734 a.s1 , th ..p.w, W. NiEW DISPATCHER ARRIVES. 13. B. Carlisle of Jefferson, Iowa, ar rived in the city yesterday. He will work in the dispatcher's office at the Puget Sound. "Curley" Tgylor will resume his position as operator dur ing the absence of Harley Spoor, who will visit with his family at Cordo va, Ili. GOES ON VACATION. A. H. Wilkins, chief dispatcher on the Puget Sound, leaves today for a trip through the middle states. Mrs. Wilkins' will accompany him. They will visit Dubuque, Iowa, and other eastern points. Most of the time will be spent at Prairie Du Chien, Wis., Mr. Wilkins' old home. CO TIN(UES TRIP. President E. N. Armstrong of the Toledo, Peoria & , Western, arrlvqd In the city from the fltttdr Root last evening. He has been making a two days' inspection of the valley. Arm strong's car went east on No. 6 on the Northern Pacific last evening. HUMESTON COMING. About the first of May, S. J. Hfumes ton, formerly a law officer of. the for entry service, but at present in the field Olvision of the Helena land of fice, will come to Missoula to assist the law department of the forestry office during the months of May and June. Worse Than Bullets. Bullets have often caused less suf fering to soldiers than the eczema L. W. Harriman, Burlington, Me., got in the army, and suffered with, 40 years. "But Bucklon's Arnica Salve cured me when all else failed," he wiltes. Greate eat healer for sores, ulcers, bolls, burns, cuts, wounds, bruises and piles. 25c at Missoula Drug Co. MAKES INSPECTION TRIP. Trainmaster D. J. Hagerty of the Northern Pacific left for Wallace yes terday. He will inspect the Coeur d'Alene branch during his absen . CHARLES MARTIN DIES OF HEART DISEASE At 8 o'clock yesterday morning Charles Martin, of 802 East Spruce street, died of heart trouble. Early in the morning Mr. Martin complained of a pain in his shoulder. About 8 o'clock he came into the dining room of his home and fell to the floor unconscious, dying before anyone could reach him. Mr. Martin was a member of the Fra ternal Order of Eagles of Brainerd, Minn., and the body willibe shipped to that city this morning. He has been in Montana less than a year. Plano Reoltal. Tonight is to be given by the pupils of 'Mrs. J. tC. Orr, at her home, an in teresting musicale. Added to the numbers given by the pupils will. he those rendered by Mrs. W. N. Hassler and A. W. Williams in vocal solos. Those so fortunate as to be present are certain to enjoy a rare treat. Among the numbers to be rendered are many favorites from the masters, as well as from the liter compose's Tea. The Missionary society of the Presbyterian church will give a tea to play, April 26, at he home of Mrs. Frank Thomas, 706 South Third street west. As-You-Like-It The As-You-Like-it club meets to day with Mrs. Walter Lennie-Smith at the rectory. The Garden City Club. Tonight 14 the very last-mark that -the very last chance of the season to dance with the Garden City Danc ing club. There are about 110 mem bers, and, if tonight is just a trifle cooler than last night, there will be a big attendance. Maybe there will if the night Is a correct imitation of Monday night. The place Is Elite hall and it is positively the last appear ance of the Garden City Dancing club during the season. Reynolds. Weber. Last night at 7:30 o'clock, at the fiome of G.* F. Reynolds, 1316 Howell avenue, June A. Weber of Oshkosh, Wis., was married to Jerry R. Rey nolds by Rev. Walter Lennie-Smith of the Episcopal church. Only the immediate friends and relatives of the couple were present. The house was very tastefully decorated in cut flow ers and smilax, clustered by white ribbons. The bride wore a handsome gown of lavendar and white batiste and carried a bridal boquet of lilies. The groom is in the employ of the Miasoula Mercantile company. After the ceremony a six-course dinner was served. ROA1MASTER 18 HERE. George Nick, roadmaster on the Mis soular divisimn of the Puget Sound, was in town yesterday. He is making an inspection trip over the, division. READY TO ATTACK. New Orleans, April 25.-The Nica raguan insurgents now have several improvised gunboats and had planned to either sink or capture the steamer Venus, was indicated here today by the testimony of General Richard Sussman at the preliminary hearing given Captain Hyland and Louis Kohi man, master and agent, respectively, Don't Let These Good Things Get Away From You FOR YOUNG MEN And Men Who Are Young In Spirit E'VERY model made with the Young American M Gentleman in mind---distinctive in style, exclusive in pattern and with the highest type of tailoring. Well dressed young men naturally prefer Society Brand style because it is their standard of fashion. Try Society Brand. When once you do you will al ways wear them. $22.50 to $35.00 Other Makes as Low as $12.50 Missoula Mercantile Co. of the steamer. Hyland and Kohiman were charged with violating the neu trality acts. LEAVE FOR COAST. St. Paul, April 25.-James J. Hill, chairman of the Great Northern Rall way company, accompanied by Louis W. Hill, Howard Elliott and a group of eastern financiers, including repre sentatives of the firm of J. P. Morgan & Co., left today in a special traits for the Pacific coast. During the trip it will be announced what will be the policy of the Hill lines with reference to the develop ment of the southern part of Oregon. SHOOTS HIMSELP. New York, April 26.-James A. Ste venson, head of the Stevenson Con atruction company, a director of the corn exchange and a member of sev eral clubs and fraternal societies, end ed his life today by shooting himself. The cusne of the act is not known. COMMITS SUICIDE. St. Louli, April 25.-Philip S. Kingsley, 02 yearn (old, until recently president of a gas engine company and a member of one of the city's most prominent famiiies, committed suicide this afternoon after ai quarrel with a son. MIXED BLOOD NOT INCLUDED. New Orleans, April 25.-That a large part of the constitution of Louis lana directed toward the separation of races does not apply to octoroons or quadroons was the gist of a deol ulon handed down today by the state supreme court. The court holds that where the text of the law merely says "negroes." It cannot be applied to oc toroons or other persons of mixed blood. DARLING GOES WEST. W. L. Darling, chief engineer for the Northern Pacific, passed through Missoula last night on No. 5. He is on his way west.