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Donohue's Au ust Clearance SaI
Continues to Attract Throngs of Shrewd Economists Who Swarm Here Daily to Share in the Prodigeous Bargains---Competition Forced to Concede This the Greatest Distribution of Big Savings Ever "een Hundreds upon hundreds of people are anticipating their needs for several months and are buying copiously while prices are the lowest available. The great incentive for large buying is the fact that the Great August Clearance Sale offers only high-class, new summer merchandise---not unsightly, out-of-style plunder as has been seen in every other clearance sale heretofore this season. Come as quickly as possible for vast inroads are being made, even though it is a ...... . tremendously large stock. f .OO For Women's Stylish Tailor-Made For Women's Finest Tailor-Made j EU Suits, Worth Up to $25 and $30 Suits, Worth Upto Nearly $40.00 f Clearance Clearance ONE-HALF PRICE for All LINEN SUITS ALL OUR FINE COATS at HALF PRICE TRIMMED HATS $7fi.O ln',n sNits. Clearne 120 slli, ,e ,$11.,.01), i,.,li. e,..,.,.. i, ,,.,.,i,. i , e,, $5.00 . j$. 0 o,- s, in.i,., Iall., $7.50 PATTERN HATS Our. entire stock of $10.00 linen suits. (leoarance Sale $15.00 linen suits. Clearance Nall 71'_.51 c.ahs, in lthe clearance, $625 $1 .0 co ts. in lie cleatrance, $1.00 ate has, trimmed women's Iand chihlren's pr'ee ............................................$5.00 price only .................................. 7.50 $25.00,coats will Ie in clea ance at..............$12 50 ith uills, flowers, rib realdy-to-wear aind1 street GIRLS' COATS HALF PRICE SKIRTS; IMMENSE SAVINGS eatler n eson it hats, priceN ranging lup to Girls' spring inll. sumnler coats ,,, dd resses, , in Cravenette and Silk Rubber Raincoats $10 I niiies.,. soivings on separate ski.s driii. the hi as .O. ah, 3.50, will , ,il he offered ur- the Clrance Sale at one-half prie. Mothers will Among the oat included in this Clearnce Sale ler l. Almost every gurment is reduced only ....................... 1. ing this (Iheat I'learaince do well to attend this sale, for it will mean an in. lot are fine silk rubberized coas, worth up to from one-third to one.half regular pric s. Norn huts, onstn Sale ut, oly', each ....50 Il'IenIe saving on children's wearales. Includd in $45.00, and a great many high grade craveettes these savings:, conf te fitin this sale are styl;sh and pretty coats, heavy enough worth up to $35.00. 'Th lot consists of about 48 $10.001 skirlts, in the C(earance Sale at ....... $5.75 cf the finest and eat md 25 misses' and children's to wear almost throughout the year; dainty wash garments in all, and all sizes may he found in them. $19.75 skirts, in the clearai.nce Sale at...... $7.50 elt, in th mllinry departmo trimmed hats, in a good s- dresses in the gingham, lawn, percale and galatea W' have decided to phce the entire lot of these $'25.00 skirls, inl l. I learanc' Hle at ........$12.75 ,ien fact, the cream of solnlcnt of styles andi col- cloths. Our regular prices are always considered Ihigh class rain and automobile garments on sale at $310.01) skirts, in the C'learace Sale at ....$15.75 rc e ries in the ors, at one-half the regular the most reasonable in Missoula, and one-half our the astonishing low price of, each ................$10.00 All sizes iand styles are iuclcled in the great sean as high as 20, bnow poii.e. regular prices 1must nCeani sensational bargains. chlaratce, eah............h ras .75 For Men's Very Fine Benjamin For Men's Very Finest Benjamin Suits Usually Priced $20 to $2150 1 Suits UsuallyPriced from $30 to O Good Belts ,Oc Notions Silk tl lt, d A STUPENDOUS CLEARANCE OF SUMMER FOOTWEAR 200 pin ....... pdairl buttons.lderl t t 230 Pairs Women's Oxfords, Worth $3 to $5 Pair, Now 95c 200 Pairs Famou, W. L. Douglas $4 Oxfords Going at $1.90 , ,,,, l ...... .. C1.0. Chrance Sale re ., . . h, llWomen's patent leathers, kid, tan and dull lf Oxfords, but in small sizes. i ~Hst hargain in shoe leather ever seen in Missoula. Douglas lnakec thl .t 5e spool machine threadt s ...................................................... o } omen with l feet Will find these hargains equal to the greatest xfo on the m t ket oda and these O)xfords in atnt leather, or for................ Prettygain in ootwear she ever salw. aeuine $3.00 to ~a5.0 v , ry late box ciilfskins iare ntitong his vc'ry best quulities. Sizes only fron 5 1.2 to 8, 5e package cotton tape, 3 Pretty l Collars 25 styles and durahle qualities ,it the astonishing Clharan.e price, pair........95¢ but inuinsen bargains at the Clearance le prlice, per pair .................. 1.90 for ...................................5 Fancy lace and embrol'roed stockp , do(, In ,,,o ,.tyl,. none wort, es ,, Women's $3.50 Pumps at $1.90 W omen's Canvas Oxfords 69c Stacy-Adams $6 Oxfords $3.75 "fo .......... than . and many $1.0 Rlues. 320 pairs womn' Oxfords and one to t!ree-strap (Cleaning tip the 200 remaining pairs of women's )30 pirs f these fitnest and higlst grades of er hooks an e..................., 2 pumps in patent and dull calf leathers. Grades canvas Oxfords and pumps in white, tatn and men's oxfords. leautiful, pliahle and durable kid lHandbags 98c that always sell for $3.00 and $3.50; very comfort. striped effec.q that are usually priced everywhere leathers, also patents, all sizes and widths. Eachnly paper pearl butto1 able, having low lheels. Clearance Sale price, per at $2.00 up to $3.50. Any style Clearing at, per pair at genuinie $6.00 t'ahle. ('learance Sale price, only...... nrge, r my handbag brown, tn pair ...........1. pai 6 ...per il ......9r r .......................................$3.75 10 hair ets, now....... or black grain seal, two outer sidle '0 s t sneand$3.00 MISSES', BOYS', CHILDREN'S SHOES IN AS BIG BARGAINS AS THE ABOVE ................................ values. Clearancte Sale price....8 , 5 jeweled hat pins, 1 Sensational values In lawns and Indigo blue and red fIgured Women's sleeveless knit vents; Cotton puongee iultingsn; mostly I"sherman sheeting; only 20 121-2 gncine Amokea c Etah preas, light end dlmites; worth to u20c a a , prlnts; fast colors; worth u ually 12 ]-2c each; dark shades; n'1Q-2. CI' yards to a customer'; now,8 1.s g anldr1 w rark 1rwol rt ;9 yard; now yard ...................... . C 8 1- .3 ; now, yard ............ ...... C now .............................................. quality; now, yard.............. 2C yard .......................................... 3 h cks; yard... C now, yard 50Corset Covers 25c ress Linens 2c Pong Syx 1835c Handkerchiefs 10c Liimwriek D res s Linens hcllw e 2 sem c ih'c's flnlll'l( PkiicI color en 's H ose, 2 ir s 25c A nice nawortmnnt of corset covers, taitefullytrilmmodwith Clearance $1.50 Silks 39c Yd, ...... ,, ,-,.,,1 ,,c, ,,,, .r , lwo, nc, e s,, e, Incon an1 .mlrdhorels. Values up to 50e; only, elach....2~5q) Be f'Om fie romaining * l'lt iRo}lll t of ,olol, ill s,,h usally for l,.s than .', an, :'5c. 'learance sale 'stock of fine ]Brittany ind Mlost extl'rn|iodinlary offer of all our great silk sleh.. The salseth,, ( vr'y pollhlu' ,. , , ..o $2 Nightgowns $I Iimerick dress linens a Ullte widths are up to 27 in,.hes and there are numerous SI.25" dIr sm fal,ri(., plain colo,,rs, usual (.olors and natural;val. and 11.50 values. Rul,, involves the very finent summnl,,r stripe ,,, figur,., i nd·,, Omen's Hose, 2 Pairs 2,c Women's gown In shner. sort materInals, Ice and embroid- iON to 25e the yard ; goilmg at dress silks and the )hatte'ns are rea'lly beautiful. Clear. to 32 inches. Hol i at 35c the sel,.,,, ri,. w , t l cottn hose: sold every. ery trllmem.I Valuees up to 1.h0O only; each ....... 1.. the Clearance Sale price, ing out some 1,500 yards of fine fabrics at, yard, 39€ yard ear'licri in llte seasonHn. l, et.I o, r: wi, garter top; glcaraIntI, lw yard ....................... ..._12 1-2 _ _ _ _ _ _ Clearance pe t ic'e, yarcd ....18 ". ,. Clearance-Corsets 50 Cl earance-- Corsets Sn c __ _l Two Rare Glove Values ' good erce le orsets made n te o derable Good huck towels; 18x36t m d h od h or 100 dozen closely woven, soft Women's $1.00 and $1.25 union 50 poes turkey rcdl table), al- 'we-clhs whltc or bla.k lile glocve worth 50c a pair 'mOdels of extra fIne quality of batiste, suhstamtlally boned; 17x32; worth 20c eacfl; lf cotton sheet.; worth .w 39c r suits; tIght or luce 50 ilsk; 35e na.l 4)Ic. grade; 17f lfz. .ie mccr l ... ricc ec... . 2......... ...........s good hose stulporters, long and short hip models... Corsets now .. ...................... e 75c each; now sye....... sys, o u ...................... . t yard ...............t 17 h wort rip to 2: in the Oreat Clearance Bale oNly...5..00 nO w.... 7 each; noutyle, ow t..e y.rd ... . tae (Ileran~~,cc piri~c·.... ..... OLD CURLEW MINE LOOKS GOOD EXPERT FINDS LEAD AND PA. MOUS PROPERTY WILL PAY ONCE MORE. Hamlltori, Aug. 4.-(Specla.)-'Ac. cording to a report brought to Hamll ton yesterday by 0. E. Smith, a man who has been prominent, In mining clr. cles in 'the Valley for several years, a rich strike had been made io ihe old Curlew mine, located two and one-half miles north and west from Victor. A mineral expert, W. W, Wardt, a man who has been dasoclated with W. A. Clark an21 F. Augustus telitize, and who turned over th' United Verde mlne to the former. tunic to ýhv old mine this week anid suuc.edcvd In, lo eating a lead,' which eI expected to prove the richest that has Iceen uncov ered in this state in years. T'he lead Is from 50 t, 75 feet in width and is rich In ciystalllzed coppier, lead and sliver. Tha old Curlew mine has been a .fa mous one in the past, more than $3, 000,000 having been taken out of it. The workings of the past have been confined to a slide from the main lead, which has Just been located by Mr. Ward. It was then known that the ore was being taken from a slilde 'in stead of the lead, but until this week the lead was not located. Conslder able interestt In the strike is being manifested here and in, Victor, as many readize, that n rich mine at that place would prove one of the biggest things in the history of the Bitter Jtoot valley. Mr. Smith had a long talk with Mr. Ward andl reports that the expert was optimistic over the outlook and stated that a drill and a large force of men would be put at work on the lead at once. Victor saw its busiest days while the old mine whs In its prime and with the resuming of work there the little town will be one of the livollest In this part of the state. HAMILON TO1 PLAY KALISPELL'S TEAM Hamilton, Aug. 4--(Special.)--The Hamilton baseball team will leave to morrow for Kallpell, where It will cross bats with the fast aggregation of that city In games on Sunday, Mon day .mrl Tuesday. There will be no change In the Ilneup for this series, and it will he the Hamilton team, win o or lose, Several Hamiltonlans are i planning on making the trip with the team, George W. Reeves, I. K. Par menter, W. P. O'Brien, J. D. Powers, E. Wakely, W. A. (Grush and Dr. R, 1. Owens being among the number. MONEY DISAPPEARS, Hamilton, Aug, 4.--(Special.)--1t has been reported to the local atlthoritles that t. It. Wallin, who came to Hamil ton several weeks 'ago to sing in a maoving picturd hop~e, has disappeared with $3410 b'Innglirng i34443344 3 3o33g4w333 ofA this~ ity3~. 'I'll.. 334343 43433 was t .444a been3 433.3.41e43 nn4 the~ pu44rchase434 oit 4 DON'T WANT ROAD. Sr)·L. I·:tltvlrdtl andt J. ft. Wit I antI·1 3.33ve b4egu3 itctinu4 3.i4 th.' dia3trict coutiu f 4or an f InJim3tion3 restai3nin3g 4;. A. Robbins, as s YIIII1Ir\isIIiI, frolm rrl patllng creels.c PARMENTER ON TRIP. Ham1lton34r, A33g. . 4 ---3 4 3.44344,-Ifl~ph Parment'*r w43s4 a 3.ass44443ng34r o33 yo:43ter daiy's train13 to4 MItx444ii, front4 w43.343 he wllt p4344c4'4ei 3.4 1to Butte. Bi4or'e tht4 3etur u 3.44 t 11443411.43lt 33 3:" nuts 44 443.'jel t34 park. BEBTIC ARRIVES. anmilton, Aug. 4 --. 343.4`4.I.t-A. M. I3etlc, it large Ianirg alde' In the3 v'at I.eY. arrilved In 3.3nt.43 3 this. morning to look after34 his3 Intrests434.4 AUTO TRIP. liamltlton, Aug. 4---(Su'ti )--A farty omlposed of Mr. and M1rs. W". 1) SMonlty, Mr., ik1inner an.d childrill, MNrs. SIfrank (, e., Mrs. .J. . 'l'uttnl n, Mrs J. iH. DAuffy, Mrs. NM. I. EJers, n ii,. l SMrs '. - Kea dll Ileft yesteIrday , n two a.uto lile for Medicin Hp.lrings, w vi'he they plent the day TO ANACONDA. lluaii ltcon, Autlg. 4--(Speciatl.) -Au Idito, , . A. (rawford of tilh. Ifitter l ioot stouk farm oftfice le.ft yesterday lfo it vi.sit ii An~ oll nd , his oh l i home. 8taggere Skeptics. TPhat a 'leah niRe, fragrant cor-e pound ltke Itucklen'a Arnicu hSiIv will Instantly relieve a bad burn, out. scald, wounl or plies, staggers skptitlc's, llut great Mires prove it's a wutloirtul healer of the worst Hires, ulcers, ills, feluons, 'c'Inom, skin 'eruptIons, as also (ihalpcdl hlanlds, sprinns antd corns. Tr'y it. 2'e alt Miisoula Dll'rug Co. A watch with a hull that mayt h1 sot I to rlng at a desired time, on thile inrl - i cljle of the alarm clock, Is a novelty, IOHN D. SUMMONED INTO COURT OIL MAGNATE SUBMITS TO SERV" ICE OF SUBPOENA IN GRA CIOUS FASHION. 'I + l. hid. I I ., Aug. I. .Johll Il Iorkelell|r today ,as sfervedl per.on all),i with StLR illl llll n to lI lI lll tr il ult hirLght l lt l him 5.liltIJun I thIe stanlI.rl (Ill IIorI) tII atI I i hi',lay, I I l,, lal t wl't k hy 'l'h i.LasI It. I(ll.iy IanLi others. )ll ll ty Sheriff H a 'lloran took th , sllionons to purest illl, the It+ ke f-ller lhoLeil. IlitekeeporlI Pit lIyntch lSenlt Ithe i ty on to the hotLst In Itl ent'rigi . 11r. Itockeiftll"er wais stnd i11ng on ihte front pIrtch' when Hulloran 1 i'ppru. i 6ed I1, ,rdially grieted the ortiert' and uiyked hini into the house. 'Ihe· cvarrhiag. wtlt again placed at:' Ii:ll ,rtinr; LtiPtetiYia when he tItt r."ie1ht' I., lika. I.. .Iaellned. it~yftru h. wn uII rather Walk and get a goi14,: lak Iri'unt the grointne.I it yu /r u wan(Vllt 1.t wallk," raild Mr.' tlt'k'rYIIerI t, a'g Ihi.. oy. It ia 111041% If. ac...nuati,..Id itrI.lotan a jt ,It." petition in Lii cuse recltes that" hlrough the rI..Inuputly of the ail buniist. n.r'a the trtndatrtlr Oil uomIpany ha*. 'ai'ed the ".uriililnantta to iose ttief IIIuu vi $1. for. NEW TRIAL WANTED i Dan 1t.. III. Augf. 4.-'-Attorn~ey fot .Ito ilcy Sayler. now aerving a.. tit-lit-t,'ii i~ tte Juliet petltentiaory 100 the nIsI.Ir" or her husband' Johin.I Satyleri, at t''rest'cnt ('lty, a year #gQ4.,J 6a V0 fill't( i lutltlun for a wrIZ' l ertur It te I suprame chart, tikitnl V Pt a new trial of thea case, . ADespit Its m alty Istfltr-cqlsy lu ano~d bridgesL I New 3' 'ak .sLn bape,,*3 lert'ybuatsr buoy. "