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,5010-For aiat dandy tiacre treat til in roprD. The owner trealied $300 fop the strawberries thin neason. Hal good water right. Ie's a snap. $ESO5-Por 4 chotle tots on lthe south side, They have city writer and a perpetual Water right. Terms are $60; balance easy. $I91,e00- Dandy ri-room modellrn cottage, alose ini, on the south sidet. only 3 blocks from Ros.osvelt Weroil. Terms are half rlshl, lllance to Il .t. Jas. M. Rhoades Real Estate and Insurance. 115 Higgins Ave. Hammond Blook DIXON IN CAPITAL TALKS SENATOR TELLS OF RAPID AND SUBSTANTIAL GROWTH OF WESTERN MONTANA. Looking the picture of health, the lines of hls face set a little more firm ly than when he was here something over a year ago, but rtill retaining the winning smile, Renator Joseph M. Dixon arrived in Helena thin morning ftrm Missoula and will return thin evening, declares the Helena Record. "I don't know a thing that I can t|ll you, save that western Montana in go Ing to have one of its usual good years," remarked Senator Dixon: "We've had some pretty bad forest fires 'and the smoke hangs In an op pressive pall over the country, but that will not affect the bumper crops of the Irrigated valleys. "Climatic conditions are such that we have no dry-land farming in west ern Montana. We're raining grain and fruit and the influx of easterners con Ilnues more widely severtnled in the eastern cities than in irae rural dis tricts, and consequently the bulk of the new people are of the profecsional ahd business clacs who have, tired of city life and haye come to the caim try, In most cases bringing with them comfortable pursqu,. Missoula. "Missoula In steadilly growing and new enterprises are being launched daily whihe will mean the advance meat of the atate and the development of its natural, resoarces. Much build ing in being done In hoth the rest dence and business districts of the city and the street railway company in ex tending its lines. I would estimate that 20 miles of steel have already been laid in Missoutl and Its suburbs. "The building of the railroad up the Big Blackfoot valley will mean much to western Montana and will open ,lnt of the most fertile ana best valleyt In the state. Not a quarter of Its posi. bilities have been touched as yet. The roadbed is already constructed in eec tions as far as Ovando, and we under stand that within 90 days steel will be laid as far as Camas pralrle, the last crossing on the Big Blackfoot. The line has already b.'en built for a dis tance of 20 miles out of Bonner." Asked about the report that he was Interested In a syndicate to develope a water-power plant at Three lForks, Senator Dixon said that the dispaitch was utterly without foundatlon. Not True. "llow such a report was sent out, I cannot ,nderstand," he continued. "I am not Interested in any way in any company, or syndicate to develope 0i water-power plant at Three Forks. In fact. I didn't know that Three Forks was large enough to ju-tify such a project. The first I knew aboult this report was when some one sent mle aI clipping concerning it. There is only one way I can account for this report and that Is that some wildcat com. pany Is endeavoring to gull the un. wary by inducing the mto invest by repfresenting that a senator is Interest ed in the project, or else that the dis patch Is the fabrication of some Irre sponsible newspaper. I lna not Inter Pested in the miIater at all, Ill any way, and I wish you would make tiuh ceor rectinn." BACK FROM PARK. Attorney tHarry II Parsons has re turned from a trip through the Yel lowstone National park. lie describes his journey as dellirhtful. 9 Acres Close in All tillable and flne land, within walking distance of the city, only $4.500, on the easiest of terms, ($1,.00 down payment will handle It.)Thts place has good house and small barn. 600 trees now commencing to bear: choice vaili eils. This is one of the heat bar fitns on our books. Four lots In School Addition, -Wilth ,lbouse, barn and 20 fruit trees, for oAnly $$00, part cash, This i, almost a gift. Hlurry, ift you S ,tea.'.. ompany w .-eMo 4 @ oula !SHO'S PROSPECTS EXCELLENT SWESTERN MONTANA APPLE FAIR IPROMIBSE TO BE'UNUSU ALLY INTERESTING. If intdefltigablel, exerltinH ll and olet. Ing will nid In makirlng thIe mseiiInd in tultl Western M.intatna Apple' Hhow I, sllu.cc.lss, (tle fair thin year will h,, a dandy, ias theI offilrs of this shotiw are, ci'ertnainly 'woirking hard Ito maie thie affair this yeatr tutshin11n(e all previous shows. H.trretatLry Itreltelntein Is working inerlstelntly anld lntiringly in getting tiogeIther tin exceeidingly large display or ippeiil, fruits, grins, Igriolates, etc. Ti.he several Ildepartlme'nts addedl especiahlly fur the Ilalles' will, Utnldoubtedlg, jtriprovte nut'leitMful, an ai greaut many additional prizex havei htbitn ioffered Rline the regllar iprmittu ,lll nt went to prie.. Tempting pIremlitlrns will be offered for the bet Iultl of Ibreatdl, Iestit take.,, ples, hiun, ginger breadt, ookiep, etc.. In athllition to donationsi foir Jellies. jln Ilrs l and pr srves. A grealt mnillny farmers hltave Iprorml Iril to IIave their very bes)t pIroldltltlt for hlis show, itandi thil ii, of (lcourse, very much apiprlirotlated by the manallge Inent, for it Isn relly imperative that a good showing I matde this year to Sjlust show those that have looked upon titll an ,an ,off year what really (ain hi raileld. The benefits of aln apple show in western Montann are numre eroIun-ednll qettlonally It gives an exlIbitor tan op. portunity to compare his products with that of his neighbors, and. Ineldently, ascertain how to Improve hl coindli tions and tnlihods, and to learn eor* reet typeo and how to develope them. 'It maken a better farmer out of the man. that makes an early determina tion to prduiea display products, as he studes 'to improve his methods and he given his crop better attention, and thin tends to better his crop which tePnds to nprove the entire farm land thereby increase Its value. Prom an advertising standpolnt it I not only helps the farm but the cotnty and state as well: it shown to visitors what can be prodluced anti places the exhibitor's ranch In tile limelight as one of the best of the country. The agriculltural value of the stute In metasured h)y the quallityv ind Iqulrn tity of the prodtlcts of the farmin, lence thi valute rests it the hands of lte ftirmersn andt It behtoove ievery inoll owner to show the bent that can he grown on his farm. As a rule, the premlnim -offered at the apple show alire a stlfficient renumetration to Tpay for any extra labor and time. The "lash alnd periail pretnmilms amollnt to over $3,t0)0 lrelady., iland earcely ia week pI.sses but that coune firm offers lpecal p)rlxox. The appl)le how thi V ar will be hekld (etobl.r I0 to 1., ,ind sperlul rlltes will be offered on the different rail roiads. There wl!I he free ultractlons every afternoon, togeithier with imtitlhll c'oncerts each aftlernoontl and evening. There will hbie myriaids of bellutiftll red apples, attractive fruit, Vegltllble. Ily and grlin dlsplaye, In alddition to breadil and pastry counters Ind depalrtmentsl of preserve , Jellies alnd pickles. DEAD MAN'S PROPERTY ' INYOLYED IN SUITS Two uIlts filed yesterday ngalnht Dora A. McClain, with J. P. McClalin as pluintiff, concern the estate of I (leorge I). McCluln, of which the de d fondant Is executrix. One sult has to do with 40 head of horses, prop. erty of tile plaintiff anld sold by (leorgo McClain, nand lucks a itudgtment inll th su:n of $1,t11. The other natk an tne counting of the partnership forlumerly existinlg between J. I'. M.CItlin alnd tl lt itun now dead, in aII ranch. NASAL CATARRH. Henry L. Britton Says It Is Easy to Get Rid Of. "My head, unose alnd glands leading to my eyes and nlose were stopped tup and swollen; I tried several so-called ca tarrh cu'res', lbut IIyotnel', usedt thoroghl ly, did the curing. There is nothing too good to aly i n favor of ilyonllel. it cutred miy nIlaull citalirrh."- lHenry I. Britton, 'artil Rtl., itatonll Itipidc, Mich. ityomiel I (pronouncedl l Higih-o-tne) iurtes calttarrlt, bculiunc it gets wltre the gerllls Ure', ianud destrolys thmlll. It is ntadlle of Aiustrallian eucalyptus, mixed with other ,healinlg utllisiepticsn. When bruethedl oveur tihe irrituted and inflamed memlu bratne, It gives rllet in two tinuten. Used regularly for a few weeks, It will build upl and iheoul the gorln Infest eId meImbrane anIt drive onit cattarrih. If you own i small Ilyotlel pockiet inhaler, vyou cail get a bottle of ily i olulti t rll lugglists everywhellre, or lt ifrion. I'rolsheimer's in Missoiula, for only tli cetils, if yol dlo not own ia ltyomel Inhaler, ask for ai complete outfit, the price In $1, It is guartanteed to lurle tularrh, coughsl, coldsli, croup or s.'re I throIt or lmonltey back, GOOD FISHING. J. 1'P IPstleur, who is splending his vacation iut Illibby, i. having good luck fishing, lie writes it friend is follown: "I find Saunme real livIe fellows here, and the fishing Is excellent. I caught i on libby creek Hunlday alnd 60 ont Granite Mondlay Tomorrow, Tuesday, I will try my fortune in Graunite lake." A half a hundred trout a day I ton mderod a pretty good catch. 8WIET IN TOWN, R. W. Sweet, superintendent of tlhe bridge that the Burrll Bridge and Constructlon company is putting across the Pend d'Orellle river at Poison, is in the ilty, ?Mr. Sweet says tlhat the bridge Is nearly completed. Now is the Time to Buy Flour Il'rur I steandlly advlyancng and mich' higher prlheP are looked for lIter on. We ndvlse your laying In It good sulp.Ily now., fllr "Diamond" fTlulor Is m ulllrlfa.'turtrdl rnon strictly North Iankot$i hard sfl rlng wheat land l gos' f'rthlort and makes whlitir and lightier Ibreidl thun ithIer flrnlr,. "It never disappoints." 4 , , e ..... . ...... ..... 10, SPECIAL ON PEARS. Uhlrlleol'.s or ('Inlpp'ls de inusll pnears; lurKr ', gnildll, Julley frult. Weall-fillll d Ilmskela, . ..... . 40 PICKLING ONIONS. Whit' pilkling onlionI, small nod utlnriir , 2 Ih . . . . l '¢ DIADEM BUTTER, 'Tlhe hutter Iha t betteri's lrilid. Al way.Vs swe'iaw'I d unifosrm. 'Try n I`psns's . .h1 404 FANCY PEACHES. We %. re st ill .s'lllng tIhl,..e fulrni'y pIuchi'esli ; JIl,'y landl I sldllluas. lI( clh.t fr . 25! DAISY BRAND SALMON. 'Trhi s'hieili' t iele'tioln of the Its'd Alainkn Mulmoni. tine-lpluln d tall eN 2 r for .. ......... .35. Phone or postal your wants, as we guarantee to please you. DR. HARKINS BACK FROM EUROPE UNIVERSITY INSTRUCTQR RE. TURNS FROM LONG TRIP -80ME EXPERIENCES. Dr. W. D). I larklns, lad of the (d, partmnlgt of chemlitry Iat the Uni versity of Montanl, who hinN been nil-l lent in Il:llrgle l 1and Ifi the east for the p*ast 15 mlOllthlx. hlts returnll to Ml4issoulall, pIrletpilrltory to rellming his lnea'emllnlc dultles. Dr. Illrlklinu speint the greater part of his timne In Qter many and In IRoston. While in t(er many he studited with Professor fluber, one of thl'e mosIt notellld chelllicl scien ti1ts of the prllenllt time, the work bie ing do11e at Kalrllnrule, where In sltl ated the liirgest uptd Ilmost elaborately t(lullpipetl che'lluicu; ltlborartory In, tie world. JLater, after a trip through -witzerlllland and Italy, he went to His tioll, where he was connectetd with the Massachllsetts Institute of Tech,iology as.a member of the faculty. While Ill residence there Dr. larkinn devotedu his time to research work In physical chemistry for thile Carnegie Institllte of Washington. In Europe. Althollugh Prlfessor Htrkilns' visit was primarily air an educational char nacter lind pertahined excllusively to edtIt cltionlll lllltters, yet he took ttlvtantllge of hi oplportlllunity and mndt1 11' toutr of tile mIs)t imlportanllt European couln tries. In Engllalnld tile University of Oxford offered .the first Attraction for him, he going from there to EtoIn col-( lege and then to london. At Eton he i osaw the college studlenlts attired nll full dress llts and p11111lug lhats at middaly: aIt London. Dr. Ilarklllns remained three weeks for the purpol e Of attend-ll i the l, ntllernall tli Lo I cl1heliet l Un gross which wits convened there at that time. lhe also splent 1mneu time a't h11 Unl i vel'Nit)' of London. "The'll Elgilsh are a very enlltertailnng and sociall people."' said Profenolr Ihlarkins, "aind lduring my' ljournll'l ilam1ong thol I hadtl11 l perfectlly enjoy able tie. lrllllcts constituted one1 of tilhe prominelllnt fellltrel of social life; these )uinluetK ar'e most ehlalborlte andlll mpllltonsll, 1an111 It 1etimeis itn hlith as four or five thouland guestllxs are in attendance." l)r. Iluarklins had taII av4'erage of thrl'e nlitatlions each stlloy Ior tsuclh soal] ll functions. It WaIl till' te rlhl In l Intentlion of 1)r. Ilarlkins to st1udy1' t the University of lIerllin. Hlt had, however, octanslon to goi to Karlsruhl itandl, In ltrtltull'r, to visit professorlr Hittber, to whlol he had letters f ntllroduction. 'Thle 1lunnlsa1 facllties for che1llmictlll work II the |lohe Schule dIverlted Wi frlont his, t'ormer purpo1lse. Many Nationalities. In his laboratolry worlk Professor IHarkin aslsocillated with a polyglot studenllt body. Ulnder Profesatr Hahor were studying eight EInglishmllen, two Americans, two ,Japanese, 15 Rus l1ns1, five norwegillanl, boesitden repre nentatives from other nations. "Mlany of these were able to speak)li English," says Professor H-[arklin. "lOne Japu nose was an exceptionally brilliant ntludent; one of tile deepest thinkers I have ever come In contact withl. Professor Hatler says thie Rlumians are generally the best studenlts; there are not enough Americans at tile school to make an accurate estllnate of their ability. "The Germnns are exceedingly polite and courteous. They show great re spect to a foreigner; In this they sur pass the Americans by' far. Shortly after my arrival at Karlsrube, I no ticed a young man on the opposite of the street take off his list to ne, and I did likewlse to him, although I was not personally acquainted with him, I learned later that be was one of Pro. lessor Iiaber's students, "I avoided the common highways of forelgh travel, a much as possible. If one pursues the ordinary roulto heI will alwdys meet Americans, always be with Americans and always speak English. In order to make thel ttour Instructle 'one must rnt,1ile with the native pIlople. * * "Good fortitne attended me through out the entire trip except at Boston, whofre my little boy was stricken for some time with tylphold fever; It at tnacked me nlso, but resulted in nnth. ilg serinot," During his nhsenre Dr. ltarkins via d 'the leading universitles of the rid.xtord, the universities of id Pa ris, BIerln. Hleidelherg, rr.ztg, Munich, 'uruch. In this op tf he was nt Ilarvard, Yule, Colpt., Princetol anld Chiciago. 11e nlyd onW an t1ou1r of the south. r.' Mt)klne Is a man of rare aelentlflp ýability, Itl Is also a grael uate of ltanford unl\versirlty from which ihnltittilon he recelverI n4s doctor's de sgree n10907; at iStnford he woa alsn Instr jt5r In analytteal chemistry. Huch itrlbl t s )r. tlarklns are bulldlng uip the tnllverlitly of Monltana to he one of the formiost institutions In the weNt. LADIES, WHY NOT PRESERVE YOVR YOUTH AND BEAUTY? Nothing iis ldetraite from tithe attrnet Iv't4's of women as e nll. ruled, Ins t,,rlenn lhai r. T'her Ie i n excliesl for this condition nowadauy, beli'iciune nuistl.' Is hereby given to the rlltire ilf' The' Minnu.llan that Pariahtin ilKge, thie qhic'k-acting halir r'etiorer. Ix inolw ion ale in Mix .tniaL lit the Irllug storie of (leorge Prel rhelnimer and i i sol.d with iI rigid ~iullr antii at f.ti rents ai In rKg bottle. Ftln te s liitr, dlti, l ii, Iito Amerlia, Parlishit Hiuge' tise tulld an Immenlse oale. and here Ire thte reaIpnlr: It i.L s.if and harmless. It mturrsl dli ntdrlluff in two, WV.lks, by killing tle dlllludrulft gerln. It Itotps filling hair. It promlptly sto, ItchInK of the snll 1. It allklhes the Iilur oft. glossy and lux rliant. It giv'es l' if, and , in lilty to the hair. It Is nit sli'ky or greasy. It in the lnintlest perfulmed hair toin made, It Ie the' best, the most pleaaint and Invigorating hailr dressing made. P.lght shy of the drulggl.t who offers youii n substitute. he I. unworthy of y' .U÷ confidence.. Madel only InI Amrlcla. by (lrolnx Mfrg. t:.. Ittuffalo, N. Y. The girl with theil auburn hallu In on every package. I YOU ANN Yesterday way I.M .P. a fine summer ,Al.. I] 'day, the highest CAN M poilnt reached by D$ &U1`1 ,,`D .lie thermometer S+OUI l,.ng5 85. ' The fiBOUt 1 mountains were still shrouded In / moke and tile Siky' seemed ,Inlrky on that ac'ount. The fol Io WIng figulre were given out ,y~sterday: Maximum .........85 Minimum ..........49 Therolnmetel. r , . ... 6 p. m. .''lthrmom .ter ......... ro etr ........... ........... : COURT IS MOVED. Ycstcerday the greater part of the paurldhernalla of the'distrlct court, in cluditlg everything but the furnitllre, was movedl from the old courthouse to the courtroom in tile new. The old ditrict nourtroorn, once the largest hull i Missoula ullnty-even when MiMsoulht county included all of western Montant practically-seemst mighty small potatoes and few In i' hill jiust IIoW. M. M. (lboaki or Chicago in In the city on business. lie iR traveling for the hardware firll of Hibbard, Bart. lett & Spencer. WANTS hlER LETTER PUBLISHED For Benefit of Women who Suffer from Female Ills Minneapolls, Minn.-" I was a great sufferer from female troubles which , ncaused a weakness HI nd broken down condition of the esytem. I read so ntuuthofwhatLydia ,i . Plnkham'sa Vet eta:ble Compound ;had done for other seult'eng women I felt sure it would help me, andI must say It did help me wonderfully. My palns all left me, I V was a perfectly well woman, "I want this letter made public to show thle benefit womlen may derive from Lydla E. P'l.kl.am's Vegetable Conmpomnd."--Mrs. Jou.v G, Mot.D., 8115 Seeolid St., North, Miinneapolls, Minn Thousands of unsolicited and genU inq testimonials like the above prove the otilciency of Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound, which is made exclusively from roots and herbs. Women who suffer from those dis. tresslng ills peculiar to their sex should not lose sight of these facts or doubt the ability of Lydia E. Pinkhamo' Vegetable Compound to restore theit health. If ou want special advice wts to lMrs. Pinkba .n, a t Lynn, Mes_ Shewill treatyour lettwraiijog confidential. For 80 yeasn rse bas been Itelpln sick women in thil way, free or charige, DI't hesitate -- write't onuo , LOCAL BREVITIES! Smoke Wm. Hooper cigars . Esra Millard of Omaha is registered at the Florence. Drink John 'Ound's Peerless beer. M. I . Willis of Moscow Is registered at the Mlssonula, D)r. Willard, osteopath, IAt Nat's Sank J. B. Kelly of St. Paul Is a business visitor in the city. Pullic stenographer, Dawson, 6 Dixon. C. W. Swlnburne of Bonner Is spend ing a few days here. James M. Rhoades, fire Insurance. . 1L. Thorsen of Chicago In regis tered at the Florence. Marsh, the undertaker, Phone 321. II. A. Stacey of C'hlcago is a hlmd n-es visitor In the city. R. H. Melaney, livery, hack and transfer. Phone 116. It. W. Atwood of Syracuse, N. Y., is In the city on business. Dr. Ward, veterinarian, Tel. 33 or t 41. Mrs. R. Bridges of Pt. Pautl In spend ing a few lays in Mi.oula. Milsoula Ice Co. Phone 310 BleWa J. Kelsel and son of Butte are visit Ing With Missoula friends. Try Dutch Calsomine Kellogg Paint W. T. Fitzpatrick of llelena was a visitor In Missoula yesterday. The Missoul.t Brick & Supply Co., office 115 Iliggins avenue. R. 8. Gray of Sit Lake was among the business visitors yesterday. Dr. Anna. James, 'isteopath. Phone :834 Ilne.k. Higgins block J. Ir. Dally of Helena was among the visitors in the city yesterday. Missoula and western Mntane. directory for sale at Mlssonllan office I. Schlesinger of 1an 'rancisco Is spending a few days in the Flty. Drink Joel D. Frazler at the Oxford "Mivery swallow makes a friend." R. R. Bushman and wife of Yellow (irass are visiting in the city. Stains, enamels, varnishes, etc Kel logg Paint Co. G. M. Baccus of Bonner was a bud ness visitor in Missoula yesterday. Halrdressing, Miss Archer, Fihst No tional block. O. H. Benedict of Seattle was a husl ness arrival in the city yesterday. The Colonial for candles, confection ery, Ice cream .nd sherberts. L. N. Moyer of Helena is spending a few days in the city on husines. Dry cord wood, slabs and edgings. Rbherdy Lumber Co., Tel. 743. W. J. Schalfer of Spokane Is spend Ing a few days with Missoula friends. Newtoni H. Sehwelker, optical spe Scialiet; eyes examined, lenses ground on the premises; 318 Higgins Ave. L. B. Tucker and family if Flesher ptre spending a few days in the city. Dr. Pearl Foster, dentist. Children's work a specialty; 4 Higgins block. V. J. Apptegate and family of. Chi cago are visiting with Missoula friends. Phone 38 for cabs hnd baggage transfer. Greene & Ellinghouse. C. M. Whipple of Chicago is spend ing. a few days with friends In the city. Dr. Hannon of Butte, Mont., visits any part of the state for consultations and general surgefy, Eugene Huss and wife of LaCrosse, WIs.. are visiting with friends in Mis soula. Dr. J. Louiso Smith and Dr. C. B. Spohr, osteopaths, suits 17, Masonic' temple. Telephone. Bell. 618.; Ind., 7.;2. W. P. KilIlan of Spokane was in the city yesterday on a short business visit. Nicely furnished rooms with apotless linen, by day, week or month. The Paxton hotel, corner Spruce and Stev ens. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rush of San Lo andro, Cal., are registered at the Sa voy. J. M. Grant and family of Great Malls are visiting with lMissoula friends. Dr. Riesland, optical specialist, now at rooms 2 and 3 Hammond block, until August 20. All glasses ground. A. W. Willllis of Butte was among the business arrivals in the city yes terday. V. A. Wolcott of Butte was among the business arrivals in thile cit yes. terday. Evans Bros. Trunk Co., manufactur ers and Jobbers of trunks, bags and suitcases. Balesroom 204 Higgins Ave. IPactory, Daly addition. Phone 251. A. H. Voley of Trenton, N. J., was among the business arrivals in the city yesterday. Mrs. C. H. Richardson and daughter of Lothrop are spending a few days in the city. Does your piano need tuning? Leave orders at Lucy's store for expert tun er. Work guaranteed. Montana Music Co. J. J, McIntyre of Minneapolis is spebding a few day~s in the city on a business visit. M. F. Nagle of Minneapels was among the business arrivals in Mis soula yesterday. N. Hyde has re-entered the transfer business and is equipped with a com plete new outfit. A specialty will be made of the moving of piano` and fine furniture. Professors O. R. Whipple and R. A. Cooley of Boseman are spending a few days in the city. Dr. M. HW Kuhl and Gerald Higgins leave today for Butte, where they will be for several days on business. Apple boxes--a large quantity . of standard size kept constantly on hand at B. B. Lumber Co. Yard 508 Toole avenue The Ml.ges Genevieve Grouch, .Edna Carle and Alma Hutton are Visiting at the Maclean camp at Woodelde.' Fay Ward has Just returned from Milwaukee, where he has been .attend ing the photogrspher's convantlon. Dr. Anna -James, who has been ab e.nt tfol thes past three weeks. on a fishing trip, has Just returned and will reopen her office. GOLDEN RULE Most Popular Place to Trade. Designcd by Rosenwald & Well, Chicago PAIR of "1t0L " Outing or Peg Top Trousers will be mighty useful the next few months. We have many excellent patterns and colors from which to make a selection. And the quality of fabrics and tailoring will be a source of pleasure to you. There are eleven points of superiority in trousers made by Rosenwald & Weil of Chicago-details that make for perfection. The fabrics are medium, light and feather in weight, sqft flannels, worsteds, cheviots, cashmere. Color: light, medium, dark. Patterns: strong, subdued, sober. If you would examine a comprehensive and choice assortment, follow the trail that leads to our store. Pants from $2.50 to $10.00. 25 per cent discount fromn these prices. .atest Creations in Jewelry Rings. Pendants. Brooche,. Braclets. 'obs,. Stc. ('alifornnia Ahalone B1listerl PIarl, 'I'nrquoise. Matrix, Varasite, Topaz, ('hilian Pearls. 'l'his complete fuactory linle of Ihunlliful pieces, mounted in solid gold, gold plalt and1 sltilinlg silver, will Ie of fered on sale at Frank 3org's jewelry Jtore Until Jaturday Night A nrare opportunity t. sae a comp1let faetory line on sale to the public. i- n; - ilnn ii I N. P. WOODS 806.303 Higgins Ave. EVERYTHING TO EAT Groceries and Provisions Fruits and Vegetables Meat Market All Kinds of Fresh Meat and Fish. Both Phones in Both Departments. Free, White, New Home STANDARD SEWING MACHINES $45.00 On terms to suit purohMisr. One weik's tree trial given. Phone: Bell, 152; In4., :71. Orvis Music House QUINN'S hoT SPRINGS In Beautiful Paradise Canyon. Benef(dlal, Medicinal Waters, FJne Scenery. Good Flshing, Comfortable Accommodations. From Missoula take Coeur d'Alene train; stop at Quinn's Statton. Rates,$19 and $14 a week. M. B. QUINN,' Proprietor. Poestffiee addrtse, Paradise, Mont, DAN R. FlIGHNER'S New Family Uquor Store 134 West .sdpr St. Opposite the P* tof le. All prominent brands sold, at out pricas. Attention Don't overlook the big clothing sale at Link's. All unmmer .uits going at fie. tory tost and even less. LINK'S 103 West Front. GRAND PACIFIC HOTEL CHAB. A. CCHRAGU, Prop. Open Day and Night Corner Rallroad at. and Hlgglna Ava Cate in Connection. West & Austin CARPIENTERS, pWutpAM AN1 9AsINE'T MAKnRS, ol14d"tpA usiindin, itn k v.nu", Ipdepedent hos.e 1274.