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tMieUla'is Langest Grooery Store.
8B Apple Show 100, Boxes Extra Fancy Wealthies -fhtl 4-tier, rosy red and Juicy. We ire making app'es i tqn pecial feattlre for the balance of the week, $1.25 iox A splendid showing of Mclntosh apples, Those are grown near Plorence and are highly colored, and to fine flavor, box ........ .2.00 At. our New Store adjoining the postoffice. Bell Phone 98. Ind. 144 BUSY CENTER. have an Acheless Head NLo one wislhes to have headaclhes; no one belleves that anything Is gaiped by enduring them: no one need doubt that headaches can he cured, for they surely can. Thn on1ly objection is tialt some h.ad ache remedies are Injurious. Coffee's Headache Powders are not only safe, but effective; the. cure all kinds of headaches quickly and without injurious ef fects. Relleve neuralgia, rheumna tism and are really a householdo remedy. Try them. 25.. per box Missoula Drag Co. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Phepe 16. Hammond Bik. at H. l. Bateman & Co. Agents for iln A. B. Dick Co. Mimeographs and Supplies --it- J. W. ISTER 114 East Main street. I LOOSE LEAF and BLANK BOOKS Rowlanld The Jeweler Watches, Dlamonds, Jewelry Special attention given to FINE WATCH REPAIRING. 114 East Main Street. MISSOULA HOTEL Rooms for Rent Steam heat, telephones, electric bells, etc.; slngle or on suite, nmost centrally located house In dte city. Rates reasonable. EMLE Y LTEMe Tai/or CLOTHING TO ORDER. Cleaning, prreaing, ulterlng. 189 West Main St. lPhone 76 R'd Pressing, Cleaning and Altering Suits and overcoats mutaud to order. FLOOD & 8HUPELL, Tailors, ,15 W. Cedlr, pposito Curthou.e Ind. P holn 1678. Missoula Cab and Transfer Co. J. E. Gannen, Proprietor. Firlt-lass Livery In Connection East Main St, Seli, Phone 33 Ind. Phone 633 LUCY & SONS EMBALMERS AND FUNERAL DIRECTORS. W, D. Keandrlok Manager. Phons 6! MX& SONS OCERIEQ@r PRQVisIONS, HAY, #,RAIN AMD WQOO. Kr s' Sloeek. S. Third. ULWY,!GE KI& CO. 1~% Ig ns Aver oe. I , 9h 7. Ind. Phone 474. ! of vrrything In th, marksl 'CAUGHToWN THE 1.UN B tO N j 'U T o h lave n nt p p le show w itho ut a t le1t tone dtlly of t he, prt'sun'ce tof J. u. Road wotlh nI1.it it, J. O. READ rlaht. The 1succ'ess tif IS HERE, the show would be In 'omlnplete if tIis v't-t n l'nl l" ll llen horti'ultlure and ilonest sh1pping did not make him aIppt lltlralnr'. Ilor two days thel applle .show worried a.ln11g without J. 0., but it legan to drag toward the last of title rte'nnd I dtay. Yesterdllly morning, hlowever, thlt' Rlngert was lilt're again it11d thlings nmovedl at a good gait. J. It. was here. The Inlerior of tlhe tenlt was brightelr; the iuptople glowed more brilliantly; tile cider tasted helter, and tilhe ntumiin1 of the 1and s(n0:tlded woeerter. It wast. Ig totd tday at tiht' show, and It was to no small extrlt dUte to the flet thaltt J. 0, Was1 on theil ground. It was to Ibe expectedi thalt the hallld would Iplay Ibtter, for J. )., Isn a good 1deiii of iI ltnllcllan, emplle- g 'lally when Ihantd nu1111 i concerntld. ii lie in known frrtpm one end ot1 tile colln-t try to tthe otiher iby the tdetllers int hanlld mus lll nd uniforms ll andtl instrtll tItlltts; they frnd him all of their 1it r1ture lliner himl phenomenal success 1 In organlilng tihel ftlon riRed Apple lid hand. Bllt tihe great debt which wi t t-y a ern .oiltlnnll ow.vn to J, o. Rnad Is i for the splendid service which he hit' rendered for proper methodlllls I In hrtl culturlle anutll forP hlonesty in saroln llgandl pr-king ndi marketinlltlg frulit. llt wtt ' lone of ther flrst to Inisl t lsin myi- A Iteltl e ni'i(,tlh 14. He I iha t "I'l l tion L ofl hin sugll tions led uponl ; lhe will aptple fwiQw in lsl nl In11 l grtlr'e u tl-t'.' to the 'mpyiirgi of cillocation willet 11 til l. 1 r.illllrll 111 1 01C ('tIfl( 11ll whse ll Mon was inlspired iby J, o. Atilt thalt Is l why h 4 II ilI always l 'CIIi1 itn t tor at this t or any iother a1i1i1t shliow t The hon4fl hlal eflert of tih apply show I Ilu onl 111 1 usin ss In not xpetel d to l Il In til reiplsi dlrg1ti; a A REAL It . cfhlit vlllle is tle i BOOST. lieverd to llo In tihe in fhlenice it h11b uponl the devetlopmllntl of the terrtllory which c-InterIm it Misnntllll, iiiid there Is no olllbt thallt It nIe1omlsl111he1 thalt vtly thing. The sullperiority (o1 the display at the show this yeari' 11 Ills 41 to ltllol'1 extent to the experlence of 1ast your"s show; there is till doIJblt that tile shlowing of poorly packeld applPes last .yealr 1had tlt effcrt of rom:ing nlltere'vt iIn fhit qlletlo ll of p1kllltll., and the re suit 'is evident In thi(' splndidlly lllpacked lpplll which are shownll tis mteson. Butl Ithe bIsiness H 111n. of the city rllepolrt ltils week thallt lthere lll heen it good inlreer in rtaidl b1,.1n's ,ve.r the averaglL 1run. The crowdl tllt cotlls1 toi ee Illet apple show tloeln't maIllke I 1uch noise, bult it rep.o.'it.+.11 i solhl llemnt of tiho coluntry, fond. it doe.s business11. The merc·hatllls hlave ,been exlremtely liberall In their eioop ratlLiol witlh Ithe nlmaagers of Ill, show, anIllld it is gooIld to Iklnow ht thlly a 're recevinlg dir'etl h (,nefi't. (')omment losI been ui i lll ftr1" ll ll )y during the weed( to the elff 't that titq quality of 'hi1,' exhibit` VASTLY lI mucl h m1up1 rllr t111, BETTER. yver to that of the display of 19109. T'i. Ilnlnlllnllt Judgeli Vlun )ema lok .l inlto ltle totl Mondllay miorning he saidt utlre!nce from msty)ll shol reem'n sine''. ()One of yesl(rday's1 visitors Was C:. M. Allen (of lA.lo, who wan one of th4 promoters of the original applo show, and who hllas for lelurs bhncl IntoerePste, in the phlans for ih advancemeltllnt of syslltlnlltic unit slentllllific method - In Ilte orchallrd blIusilness of w.ltel'rn Mon 11na1. Mr. Allen spent ia goo l dnll of t(len1 in the iIg tent yesterday iorn Ing. e10 was studious1 In1 ill l insnce floss of tillh show. When he hold con hluded, it Mitneoulhn 1n1y110 10kd hen1 for hit opinion, "It Is it gooQ .buow," Illdl Mr, Allen. "It Is notably blltlot Ihtll the Iexhlltoll n of hnlastl ytarl . ITh frullit Is lIetter, which was to Ibe ox p ,,led, bint w hat t .Ou l is for mo re* than that11 is the frU(.t that the Inlellilkng IIId classi.l.th .on (of the( aplh a l is d unlllfcl SThil ,r ns tha t t le fruit n lll ,re'. Situdying t1d lenrning, 1and that the lshow is fulfilling Its purposel': to that oet(nl. The show shouIhild t ,ll tls it o011' of th il tle l' mll ilr r il ANOTHER tit tor'('iltri . it I i BOOSTER, this hiart of tit . co t try, ttandI is always si ws H'Ien he hait ii ti '.'d oiti t'.' the dislhty yesterday. Mr. Johnrroti alhl: "\\'hilt stlr1 i-s limhe lLst Is thit thl fruit Is pu it Ip so t ultth Itw ttli ' this year hlin It Wll hist n1t ison. 'i ht rilt Is sI llO t hiLg h i t t I ttIk t aut I Lbout t thilt' i Os g Ed ,a itltg tllt'r ias w t'll as godt l fthtit, iand t it t show does ni t I'htvl lit 'take t back r Mti t twilt any oif thniu ' t Ioll- 'y ity its display is made. \Wht' ti Mlt situiln Oi ilelh id u tItiN Iitrn thatll ilte p in ng is .ust its n ritl'tlttant ts titt grol;tttig ihf thti frwll they will wt yo up to tihl Is lto it' .'uce(s' The show Ai vlisitor at the show this we.k is IV. A M laxin of' Mil.s (city, wlhoi Is in MISSOULA llnd whil has been llll BOOSTED, laltlr'st'itd obsl'rvetr of rnditions tit the exhl blt .in llald l houtll tll city ill gIn Iral. M'r Mu ixat h lts jusllt r lturnlild frontll a trit to Iwa alnd lWisconsin, w here' he met ohl frie t s ll Iof hI own atld Iof h i wife. In Missoula, , Mr. t , il illn Mrs. Mamtln have foullnd friends. Jhi Rhoades and floy Wilbur were among those upon whom the ls.ltor caLlled yesterday. .Mrs. MuxIm Is it daugh ter of Jhn hng, who was for yearsllt a Miu.oula residernt, andti N. i, t'o'evlt adtnand oter knew r well tats it chil. Speaking of Missoula, Mr. Max>;rn sutd yesterday afternoon: "Y1ou people do not realize how well advertised your town li through the oast. It Is the town which we heard mentioned most frequently, Everybody seems to know 'leequla, and to know that It tu A MONEY ro loan un Improved city and farm property. 896 Interest feor three or five years with privi lege of repayment of whole or part In two and a half years. Winstanley Realty Investment Co. 134 Higgins Avenue Missoula lgood town. VWh'i w c Hitd thaIt we 1nl1 Ilived Il MoIntanai, tile first quesxtIn l inkedl was. Invarlably, 'ilow far are It youi fromi Minrlotlni ?' Your chmlllbelawr st of coromme.rceil i llt Ie doing good woIrk. uda We found that the' knlowilelge of Mit:-s" ii1lr \VItis Ie(''lliaIte, and 111il( M we Hit lilave Iooked over lthe city we Iitll'v th ll thil goodl th IIIngI we have helarid I about you." wl A. iThe exhibitl lmatei lby the Valley Mer i'I-I 'cntlllle 'lopnllny iof 1 mlnillton Is one Is I''ture of the slhow fi A GOOD thit in valtalhle In the li LESSON. line f rinstruetilo In IiI which elilts inliatIny shiws tie n r- e feetly pliked; tlihey Illstrate therm nilr nii'r ii which lllapp tlie must hie iltr' "I kledl If they iare to I' ltilccessfiul ii nlllpetitorls where h ii yiel' know what ill giail fruit Is. (if ill i he displavs in t a , Ithe show tIllINs tili iso of lthi msthellip- ll ful orn this lI noluant. 'l'he exlilhtit ha: to lein iexainllld with I oI Ilttle Ilnterest liy IthiNos who have' stll aed thlie shllw, all It Illt rIe''celvud ma11yl words of: r cuinmnl datlitlt . 8i BONNER EXTENSION ABOUT FINISHED CARS SOON RUNNING TO MAR GARET HOTEL-COLUMBUS DAY TALK-SOCIETY. Ilhoilner, )oti 12. 'l'The work (,f laying ti, street ear Irsi'k fronm the Mirgairet hoI tel lito the present hermlnii of thei Iiino frol MiNni5Ia at Itiverslile, was iprict lcll y cmplleteld today. A 'oiplll i of hours' work will miake thew r'innec tiInii at Itve'rside, , so far sit thei trackI 1i (niol r'tl'i(ed, nl stool w ll thei be lilhl all the way to the ihotel,* a tiS [liue'e eif it lulti ' iiiul a iiuii'ter, witlh olonly two breank. These o(l,' r at the Illter.'eIetllons irf (l two trlc'ks. already Sxtel iling nit of the l ei ir lcoilpany'ti'l yards and will retihlr( the re'gular In terNc tiol n .linnectll lo1s . Change in Plans. Th'liire ha hole i ehtliiget made in the plans to hulle It a ooil, lat the i. ci11e of the llonner line, (iound the Mar gar(et hotel hlonek. It wats at first in tended it runl the tracks ar llund the1 hotel. Ltoer Investlgntlionsl, howver, have lshown the site'lets ti lie too nar- I riw to make thllir ('he'hllme pract'ic'tl. In sted iof riiulltilg around tlhet hotel the track now lieaves the 11in111i street Im I iiedliittely south (if tilt illlllllldg, and lihe lolop bs leing constre cled on ar vacltanllt bloctk. There' Is just enouugh Ipace on| thlls vaiealit bllck for the i iperation eil th.' ltoop aind the con ltl'ull'ct.i eof a t llieat p( seIl nl4 gel r sttiitlon, wh'ich the street e'car c eilpany plopl'o(e. toe hInlidi In the near ftlliure. Ai stooll'n as Ill ieen ciln he spared fro.tl other worts leling idoine by the I (enliiipal iy the pole's will li' set ilnld the Strolley wIre strung 'lv4 the nFew track. This will eonly he a itiatter of it few days' wlatl'i. The''li dtelay now Is Iin se e'ri g the , n elellic t''lliilns folr the lwn-l Strecll Intersnctlin crossings. lhese t prlts ihad tleo he made inl Plttnburg alnd tthe date of theI' arrival Is uncertain., t The pi.oplel of llni.liir are anxiously Iwktehilng folr the first ear to reach the MItlarglarlit hoteol Cobumbus Day. 'tho people oI f Iollneli did linot ethe'erve t'ohiiihlls day teo iney lpartlehilar extent. I AIdel froee I the fart Ihat thleei' was no sethtol, thlings pri.grewsed e betelet the Seneeei as (at1 ( The iig mittell blazed ' and grl anelidr I l , oni g just ttit miee lll if enii other daiys, the ri this evenling ilihaving bion ei giood i g ai'venlitee'. Tll'e ionly talk eteosit l"d.Ise'vire'ers" i tollle. wIas Indul gelllld in I e Ilte illl Iliends when Ih'liere I happenedil tlo he lee'' ote'l iworking I lgetrlll fortl a shelorlt time. 't'The w|i ' wl s ee then expressed'i that l ei one ll i ollellll e e(Iel i!etmake dilse'ei'viy l of lleneyiI, enoughl to finish the Iig 13tllek I footl rlillwI V or isinveri'l the I(eanis lit it iiI llforth ie el'ifille nnii uneeelie enteii t e enlceiernliii Ihe h aee ni lr of the bi g mill conitlinilne Its pteiIratllins ill wh'ieo'. Sunday School Social. I Tht 1 nillolntr S nlld y schoo lii held a Is sociall tolligh it a lt 'elli Mu eolen h llll, The I Ia l'er N ta , weitl iliane geot nd al el ilhd out a largce eattendaeneiei eotetful. e-111 ei i t''llhieits weri'e erveie (1 iitnI c thee evet etiecng aeel every oeie eho attlendeelee h1l;d I teeroue g ei. joeeyeelee thlac. For Sale. ·e ltllilwoee e hIeeiee ; elee he ,le e ol l o iii |ef ,e.i eekn'ce , elh ecei 'ler e eeesnt. Anienllll l cxhelllt eiel" .e'eIhhreteed Aleelter let fleit'c ,eet IlorIe ceii holtee l, 'T'Iheire.;ehtc , I'll Ie- t y Ilnd i atlllllrlle y. ele hl'e r t,' II. It. 15. D Don't feill ci lthe rxtleeliitle l0,w 9 Barber & Marshall he 1THE ACCOMMODATING GROCERS in Bell Phone 20. Ind. Phone 420, S THI G0QUTH IDE GROCERS.. WILL NOT SUPOURT W. A. CLARK DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES TELL THAT MUCH AND SAY THEY WILL TELL' MORE. T''h dr.ntra tie canmnpalgners hel'l the to st importlant Ineting of the swing ariioul, the elrcle, up to date, in Or chard Itimesn last night. There was bht one unfortunate Incident at the mI ttting: It crowd of boys organized a tinpan hann d interrupted the gath ering. Pat Hale, constable, was pres out as a member of the campaigning I hdily anld speedily supprernsed the dls turhanee, which was discreditable to ,the nelghborhood In which the speakers were meeting; any candidate is entitled to a respectful hearing on any platform. The meeting was Important In that it was characterized by a defintle statemenlt fromn three of the eandl dates for the legislature as to what senatorial candidater they will not silpplort and the positive nsullrance that there will be a definite statement within II) dalys ar to the atlnldidate to whom hey will give their suplport. C. A. Maronn, candidate for lthe legisIla Ilre, ilnnotlnced posltively that if he Is elected he "uhsolitely will not vote for W. A. (lark." W W. Berry, can dihldte for the legislature, said that lihe would not vote for Thomainii H. Car ter and that theu p.oilo lof Mistn.tlt rounty will he Infirtmed within r10 days of the nttlitule of every Inelm'IOer or the Ilgislatlve ticket upon1 the sen StMorial tquestion. D. T,. t)'llern, can didate for the tegislature, went so far ias to state that not one of ,the five democratic candtlllates for the legisla ture, incrlldingl the candidate for state tPnltnnor. wniidl ever vote for W. A. I "ar'(, ('. I'. Kelley or Tom Carter. Mr. n'llornl. it will he relemt.'rei,. Is the speaker whito, I1 the demn'erntle i'on ventlon, opposed tile Infdorsement uf T. J. Walsh, ThoIur were tIle notahl ilmportant fiRatlres of thne Orchard Hl.omes mePt IWg. It was n good timeting: there was an attentlive audIellr and. asido from the intirruptiinl hv t ih hovs of the neolthbnorhind. It was wftholt an Inforltnt Iate fetu re.lr,. ,Ttilae Iloane i re'.led Ii. claIirnlan of tie session Snil Ititroilttlited the spelakhers gracefully std' effertively. S n)ll Sl.il(ane, (ralnndlhint fr coullnty uclllrintenellnlo t nof shloons, mnllldl n nt spirch. In whleh she anppnaled Ito the v 'teerm of the preclt(nt for their 1sup tomrt. Her little tlk wa one of tihe hill If the evtniintg. 'rhe other hit was furnisheld by I'. W. KnohlhI. ,andlidate for re-rice tIo ht thi ' offihi' of ..o'int' clerhk. SMr, K h hal hy hren III fonr sovernl lieve nil tllaneid lipe amin ignmers llst - n lh01 114 was liberaliv annoiided when hie snid: "We have a. fine new k t'onulrthise. and woti' votn pianse let o In r g io halk to it for two y'ars, and T - prromn)ie yo t.ih.t two years an. T t will lnut icone bik ail ask you for yiii- votes again." Alhert TTes.Inicani was the first nris n r tlnt hllrodned l y fitIhe rpnlllkln. Mir. lIesin0on his tutmdi n aripititint s ai gratefull l and Imltressive speIkerll pel hie delivered hi adrlreong last nilght in with oo'd effeort. Tie profaced his re Id arks 'n savynlg "'I notice that Ti'le r- MislsInulin salysI tnnlo thIe salnt . -yninei at TLin that I did at ('ariton. Ie Ii order Ihnt the stennrraltr' 1111 my pr t11"t get writer's parlrlilis. T will rsay r- tflt I am tIl inng to mtlake the same n- r sm e*h totnillht." Alth h, (till. ho Allhert 'Mario'n, e'nI.lidtll' "f'or the n. Ihe'rislntur,, was t" flrst sn"o loer to lid tloolar~ himself lilt th- senatorint nnul - a1 (Itn. indtl hi gave a pledge that Ihe gh wVull not voil. flor Mr. C'nrk. he W. WV. TlIry, another cinttrlllt,, fr,, n- ithei legisntIitru,. mihl he haid ni kli fur In. noininatlion becaiue (u.l had a grievance Ien unIinst Senator Carter for hsl nttiltudle on theli 18-hour law, and he wanted 'ed to he able ii toll the presildent of the' he .nate that lie voted atainst T'. If. he e l fter. Mr. Flrry' evidently didl nhot 'k. klw nrI oh.nlt forrotten that FPenatir tw ar;ter IH the author otf the 1i-hoaur e- section ptf the railwany law which Is n-I now In effeot as at part of thel Inter 1SO stite i'ulrnmloreo law. Mr. Berry pronm lid t! wd tlhat within 10 days there will he in. : definite statmennt of the attitltu. sly if every demrortleic candidate tl the' he t, uenrutrial teutlnion. 1'ra allk ~Voodv ' H(1114 0 IlO Hnt44 hil 141 a W1 1 s to n nl la ' 4' t 'p r i m a r y . t a k in g 1 1 ' a s4 timeo than h' 411d1 m Carlto4n. Mr'. I 4'll4'11 ern i4'14 411 414111 11a I$4io1a'14 44s141 111141144 14 141 t r l lot o lf p 1mise for (144 41'14 S. Iait malnn. N1I conclullded by sayIng tl%:tt her wotnldt take t Up~on himselfl to gin, h1at not on1 o4 the 414'4.'r44tiC r tlnllll,4t444. if 4114'1tedlI. Woulld vote folr Cl.alrk. 11 ·110' o4r (Car'ter. .144144 It. 'r4444f. 411411141414 for il.r 14141444, folllowi4I Mr. 44l1h'r44 lie 444o i"41'l'l 1411s formal44 1441410'1 by 4444ving4 11th1, 411 14atter wha4t lie galv th14 stenl'oraphelrs. '1tl' MlssnI44lian wou44414 41t44rint it 4orre'ctly. This waus awhit 4414ftLI 4 41 'rhI' NI1asoOli1n has printed 111a 1 Wolcott nanny fl'Mr 'lI'ola n'0 spl411Iec1e has pInhlllshod wi \tI von communica-llcH tions11 Ihe 11444 1441t t1i this oic4oe and 11114Il ill av$I dI'll a(loredl to treat l1111 111111 w 1i't'.r le '141r414'44, even aLV ld. lila to141 il'4411temptatio14 which have pre sent1(ed lllI'11t141msniv4 to he political in r11p1rt ng 1114 tall11s. Ills speeches have no441 11boon givn In14 fll. b44t whatever of ii , 1 t la i 11 hew ptotttl h40s been correct, '.% ill Kelley 1011d111 t4 his set speeCl tIhl st4t1114' 411, ItI rfnltation of $4 )0 repolrt's a01h1111 h14 s4pId ha1d been sir. t4144'l'c . 1111t II' ill 1s eleCted nolthe4r 1111it alt 1111 1414411 nor \V. W. McCoroimk w111ii' ho it deputy 11n his oIfficel of sherll II' . irthr slpeak.l'4irs M1or44 Pan Currie, J. \V', hilek~la, WV, 4. Kendrick(, Ed Ii tihlylly awli W. J. Baihiiogton. GOES TO CONFERENCE. 1II, 4b atalv Mert. will leave today 1.1' (treat Ihalls, where he will attenld the collnferene of the (German Lutheran churelh, Rev. Mir. Mertis will preach there during the conference, The con f4444enc4 adjournls Monday noofn and the pastori' will rctiril to' the city MoodumY evenintE Autumnl Skirts PRETTY AND P.ACTICAL "Just Wasted Time I" That is What Women who look at other stores' Autumn Skirts will tell us when they see our magnificent Assortment of Styles If Y r'r N, ' 'i'u to " tIu c," W'c ,º.t/gcst Your ('ot ing/ li re I'irst to ,iue the' (irmt I'arictil of i'oiri, ('oniently rCltri ouped, at 'This ,tore, W'hel S't$llh is \'o ('ot/i r'd lierelyl to the HIi!lher-Priced (,rrriciits Exceptionally Clever Handsome Voile Skirts, Skirts, $7.50 $10.00 At, this popular pricd we have perhalps Voiles are apparent-tly mtre w l t 'l:lr thani a hiuindr'edt skirts, inlutiding blacks aild (col- ever. \e 4' plhowing ln illiselnse, asstt or1', in every lae skirt style. (loths of nient, in both plain a11id fancy-trilnmned mod P'anati and voile; plain gortil, pleated, 'ls. Our tine starts ait $.(i.5) and for $1i) handll-elow-thet-knee, and modified handed. you can buy here a beiaut iful skil. in almost in models with plenty of snap alnd style. any desiralde mtodel you niay wish. The New Combination Over 200 Panama and Skirt Serge Skirts trne of the very latest in skirt fads being Pananua and semge skirts till y,,u .an't, worn in New York is the ltrrow skirt of rest. Ilack, of course, hlads this ig uissIIrt. 'fine fancy worsted maiterial, with wide hbias men(1 I, imade pll in alm iost cotutless styles ianid of plain black bIroadcloth at hot,tomi. and traiings. > kirt bulttons over the left. hip with coy- Imprrttled and domiestli 1''nIIIuIIIts, fine ered iulttins to match lrimming. and wide-waie' serges. poplirns a1ad fancies, A very hbeul itifl and stylish model anti ranging in rpl'ice at $5, $6.50, $7.50 tol of splendid material. Price, $12.50. $12.50. Big Lot of Extra Size Skirts WE MAKE STOUT WOMEN LOOK SLENDER This stor'e always ealters to hlrge womnt, who find it dlifficult. in get ta fit at iiosts, stortes; 2.i) t, :4t w ist ll e 'sure, with a ct rrespoltling length, iade il ill colors ald |styles thati give sto.t wonmen ait more slendtter appeal'iance. I'atnmat r, serge and fa1tncy worsteds are th le 1 lilipl' cthitIts the Ipoiilart skirts are made of-$5, $7.50, $8.75 and $12.50. Spencer's Missoula's Style Store iv _______ -.. -- --- LOCAL FIRM MAKES GOOD SHOWING OLSON , & JOHNSON FINISH IN THIRD PLACE IN STRENUOUS BIDDING CONTEST. Alhil ,I. Olson, oif tihe firm of OIloli & Johnsoin, returned yo-iteidity from i.io kane where 'he isu ltt ,tni bhe firm's hid ion the new South ('entral high ,tihotl. Mr. Olson's firm made ta ury credillti sllh ciowing In the bidding and finilcshd In third Iplace.. Inimediately after tle htis had I)been read the cltl zs f1tile~ Ietd t t'( igit gaint uslling the hld walll anld it was declded by tlhe schtlltll lboar toi erect a $0(10,000 uilld ilg in plao of thel Iproposl).ed stru'c Ltunr. The atrhitect's estimate of tllhe builldig-- if tile ld walls are used--I was exce.eded by $119,0010 by the lowest '1bhhllr and( it wasi declded that it Wilhi liI chiealir tO bUild litew istrulttire thrugilhouit, Mr. ()Olsnt said yesterday that his firm would put In it id ii n the structulre. The nfew bidl are to, h it i aboutl the last of DecemIn Republican Itinerary ('arlti. O.ctober 13 . Voodllnill. lnoln meeting " 14 Iolo, nighlt nl .eting... " 14 Ilonner. Mas.ii lc hall...... " 15 IhPrnchltown ............. " 16 St. IgnatiIust, nonl miet " 17 R.onan, nighlt ineeting. . " 17 R avalli ... ........... " it Arleo ........... ....... 18 S alitese ... ................... ... 20 Deltonrga .................. 21 I S t. R eg is , ...................... 22 S u perior .............................. 23 Or)lhal'd me............s . 24 Missoula, opera house...... " mold Springs . 2. Quartz ..................... 2 Alberton . .......................... 29 lbothrop, noon meoting ... " 30 tluson, night ... 0........... tBonner, Riverside hall, Novamber 5 Prencton .............. . ACROSS THE RESERVE Combine business and pleasure and take the large Packard "Sightseer" automobile leaving Ravalll every day at 6 a. m. This car is thoroughly dependable and comfortable. It makes the 36-mile run to Poison In four hours, affording patrons a splendid opportunity to see all the beauties of the Mtision range, Bufh4io park. the new settlers building homes, amongst the primitive Indian tepees, etc. Fare $3.50 Ravalli to Poison. This car handles baggage and express and connects with steamers for Kallspell. Special attention to camping atqd flahing parties. THE ARROW LINE .Leaves Ravallli 10:30 a. m., after arrival of No. 41; arrives Poison 13:45, connecting with lake steamers. This is a 7-passon mr' 666 Pierct auto. Fare $6.00. Be sure you got the Stanley Scearce Atlio Service. STANLEY SCEARCE, Proprietor GENE Steamer POLSON HODGE DAYTON rO. GMgr, KLONDIKE DAYTON 8OMERtI Hatfty,, Oemfort, Speed. Daily :crvlce plying F'hathead lake connecting with train for ICalispelL ARLEE YARD DIXON C BUILDING RAVALLI t Our Prises. MATERIAL jRONAN Take Your Prescriptions TO Smith's Drug Store 1gsents Easiman's Kodake aud Kokes Barber Supplies. Fine Watoh* and Repairing Diamonds E. H DEMING Jeweler and Optician 120 Higgins' Avenue. Missoula, Mont. THE LAST WEEK OF Cut Price Sale on WALL PAPER SIMONS PAINT & PAPER HOUSE 312 Higgins Avenue Milsoulian Want Ada I lria Quick Rbiulti TID-%T8 FOR MA' HONEYI And tender little juicelets for the chll dren, are all right, but papa and the "boyn" want a good, big Juicy steak, roast or chop when Lbainess or scheql dufles are over, and we can cater to them all. Our stock of prime meats is unexcelled for quality, and we send them home in fine shape.,. UNION MARKET 1*.ill13 Hig ign Ave, hine 117.