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- ~Missoula Mercantile Co'
~EIP Is RIGHT& It's READY TO ONE AND ALL, MISSOULA'S GREAT-I' , EST, MOST REPRESENTATIVE STORE HOLDS OUT A CORI)1AL' RAEFRESHING, too, to turn from Welcome Lthe uncertainty of a cold snap to the certainty of the clothing that is .",qup to every standard of fashion and quality. ..ýý We have a new collection of fine suits and overcoats, from which you can select your winter outfit in a few minutes. We have worked for months to make just this thing possible. The wonderful, spacious new Men's Clothing store, with its dust-proof cases, its polished jr lp . display racks and its wide high.lighted spaces where may be seen the whole range of, fash ion at a glance, is one of the show places of the city---there is not another clothing store `£ like it in the entire northwest. t What We Offer to Clothing Buyers TO THE MAN WHO ALWAYS WEARS M. M. CO. CLOTHING---The same high standard to which he is accustomed; clothing expressing the new in the most sensible fashion, with, we believe, a some what better finish, better fabrics and even better fitting qualities than in former years, and with no increase in price. TO THE NEW CUSTOMER---Better clothing than he has been wearing and at prices less than he has been paying. TO THE CASUAL VISITOR---A display of clothing instructive of fashion and'soundness. Young Men, Especially As To Prices Are invihti to rely upon this store to "get theml in right" with fashion. Also to Every M. M. ('o. suit of clothes is priN h ! upnon the basis of its learn here the difference betw -een the graceful swartmess Ithat by right, lalongs to actlul clotlhiy i worth, not upn epon opar'isoU. IIut we w.hok ne their clothinig and the mIOre severe style of., men's elothing, comtparison, fuit for suit andl price for price. Premier Clothes . Boys' and Children's Clothing Iitmill1t SUIT . . ............ . $25 to $45 Parnts areI more enthusiastie than ever over the splendid styles and renmarkable P'It.11EMIEIt OVRoIOATS .. ................ ...$25 to $.50 vals presentehgd this seaonl in oar gredly lenl'rged tlioys' Outfitting Sotre. Nev er lP l)Mll,.l. l.Ar.N. .OATH ..... . . . . . ... . $25 tO $35 haut tuIclh good hoys' clothing heei1 iissemnbhaled iuIdit In Misx.ollal ia if 11l4d 114 'V " hefor'ehave such favorahle prilels beesn presentetd. Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes o' BO s.T........... ........00 to $12. 00s.oo . & . UI .... .......$ .50 t. $45 .r I. . )OV1.A'.... ............$6.00t. to $10.00ý ." ;' 1 Ir. Sq.&M. SUITI'S .,, .;.. • • , HF. S. & M. OVERCOAT ..... ... . .50. . to $40 .1 VNI, F.sitT ...................... $3.50 to $8.50 II. S. & At. RAINCOATS . . . . . . . . . $18.50 to $30 .I'VINITIE OVEIC'OATS... $3.00 to $13.50 NOT APPLE PIES BUT WOOIWORT'H rSUITS, well worth more . . $18 to $22.50 Gt NOT oPPLE PIES, BUT MIEN'S IOPUI1AIt-PRICElD SUITS . . . 15,.$16.5 and $18 Greatest$ Hat Store in Town * ABAII)tINE SLIP-ON RAINCOATS, "EN(ILISHY" . $7.00 to $25 After 20 years of satisfaction-giving, our MONTANA hats Apple T es No tmakers of young mten's (clothes have quiteo struck tithe young men's fauCmles'as well as maintain qtiuality, popullarity a , though they rust usa thely mialke'rs of our "Society" anti( "Fashion" Clothles. ilOl'e, pl'ite., A? Arp'a taturhe n r o autful, pure n k .tour "oielty" Brand Slits, $22.50 to " "Fasluhion" Make Suits . $18 to .$30 MONTANA 8sft lats................ $3.00. rhand, in an unilquoe APPLEr ealn, in twever "toeiety Brand Overioats, $22.50--- [ ",Fashion" Make Overcoats, 18 to $30 MONT'ANA Stiff Ifats.............. $3.50. different Nsi I , r.. 'l s ti s are not cheap a.r ' I aithtu , but are nowt .nd dressy for YO)IIN(1 MEN'S POPULi,\RRIC'ID R'T . . .t $13.50 to $18 WVolnderfelt Tints, in soft shapes oIIIY ..... $3.50 , a li, bng aino thea aas'on latet ik. tItl'|E to '|Oh r IhI Iy tartrl a) r lr A.pjala Show YOIN(i MEN'S POPlULAR-1RICID) OVE.RCOATS' $15.00 to $18 Knox stiff Huts tantl, ,ieson saft, Ints $5.00 " ,i ut to thar alraclvnes. WHILE THEY LAST °Misan llt i0 Efach L"` tl. Best Service., Best Apparatus, Universal CoAnections Make the Bell Telephone the Ideal means of transacting business rapidly and well. New IInes just completed to the Flat head country bring much addl tional andl Important territory within Instant reach of MlsaouJ Order a lel' Telephon e to iy. will nev e ret ft, 't. ' Every B1iI Telephone /Is the Center of the System Frank Borg & Co. AT~06 R, DIAMONDS. -JEWBL.Y e repair anything in our line,. RY A SOUTl N ATtta A. ''T.Y A AtISSOU IAN WANT'A ,A Specialists In INSURANCE Wheeldon, Rossi & Glasseock 134 HIGGINS AVENUE OVER $20oo,oo,10s IN ASSETS REPRESENTED INSURE WITH US Danderine workiwouoer., t0~ro4e hilr juse as aorely sa rcln sand olsahine raises rsape, It produoe ua thioM growth of lurisot hell when ial other reme" tdes ifa. We usralesuo Draderlae. All dtrui I. ýiste sell Il--i, o ad per bottle. To poeve its worth seeP this ad wilt too ln stanps or sliver sod we will mail you a lar a Irre "seapls. EM 1NOW4TAONI)ANRP OG".' ODEMOCRATIC DEBATE AT BONITA THE CAMPAIGN ON THE EAST END MOVES ON ALONG THE SAME OLD LINES. The democratic spellbinclers met at Bonita last night and had a good au dience. George Ca ppbeil presided as local hhairIan au ' tavht yp speakers a goopd doff. the speeches of thle ug.tlpaigners were those which they have been making all the week with but one or two variations.. Mr. Besancon, candidate for county attorney, was frank in his admission' that it was the sanle speech. When The *Missoulian reporter entered the room, Mr. Besancon had started upon the delivery of his speech. He paused and said: "For the benefit fof the stenographer, I will say that my speech Sis upon the 18th chapter of Hebrews, *s the eighth verse. If there is not a In Bible in The Missoullan office, they eM can sen4 over to my house and get one." SThere is a Bible in The Missoulian Sofficeloa, but it was not needed, for the text tp. fmlyirh,,; i h eabeon woenerred (y, Is familiar; It has been 'woven into sacrilegious jokes for a good many ,years, but it aptly describes the talk of the democrats;: 'The same yester day and today and forever." Mr. O'llern departed from his set speech long enlough to may that it wao wrong to say he had been in Mon tana only 1" months, an he had been here three times that long. lie then recited some of the speeches of Hen ) ator D)olllver, a few remarks of Sen ators CuInuIina and Brlstow and othler republicans, using republican argu IOents to slupport his position. Mr. T'ulan reasserted his position on the pass qIuestion, the primary law, the t recall and the direct nomination, Ile was interrupted by a lively Bonilt dog fight, whlich he good-naturedly attrib uted to rlepubllcans, saying he knew by the souIJ. yOt r te',ttlidates followed, all selpak Ing their rutino piece., except W, J... Kendrick, candIdate for conorer, who y said that 'l'he Mlssoullan is correct In i saying that Ihe in running on the Issuei n of not aclptlng a railway pass. "I am like lMr. Tolan," he said. "I do n not ride on ia pass and I would not. A d man s ho accepts a pass accepts a a bribe." N, UNDERGOES OPERATION, y Stev\ensville, Oct. 13.--($pecial.) id Mrs. IHenry Itlter underwent an trler atlon at the Thornton hospital luere .n yesterday for cancer, The operatonll e was pertfrnled by Dr. W. T, Thorntln, Id who was asslnted by his brother, I,'r. to Charles Thoridtonof Corvalls, IN THE THEATERS et as At the IIturnls lstiler toitaht Wit n ton L1c'kay,. wIll It soc. In "The l Hat en tie," by C'leveland M irflIet, tl ,o' tilt n Iot m llsubsltantiaJl hits of the last liilt rn- ropolltari sei.oi l. "The II attle" i'ui.tSe er litereot inot only oin uitlunt iof lits lll. U- its as a draita, which have bi.n itI ulared e.irtpllnoius, but alte ie lusel iof on Its nov(l attttuie on uhjtii+lisl, of pop hle lar interest. tie T'll Battle" li frlnukly i play' if ag aplta.l aglnst labor, of illdlindui llsii bi against collevtl'visut, of rich aigailost sw poor, of class aigaltnst I'l.tH. It is not i an attempt to decide thli battle oil It, t ward thl fl 'It v itry to . .n stile or l'ho gJ other. tiut it does t.reount il strikini lio) tut truthfltl plilture it such ai cn.itest In as might easily occtnr iu lii ral IIfe. Ah\ii ti . the characters who typif, the tw. t itles' t are, for tlhe fI rst tlime iii stith ii lli\. do humlanly possible. Tl,r clllitallist Is: A not Ia monster whli tttutlisslty tri.nuti a out all oppostllon, bilt ii tita wiih bi lteves In the modernl s.ysti if ml.n - merclalism and lln glvo coiget rea $O1n0 for the faith that is it him. ''hlie reformers are not Idliaizedl Into liii peccable heroes, hllt show huliall weatk ) nesses. The battle makes the play, but ler- t is no twisted and one.lsideld view of era the struggleI ion "Tle Battle'." hlea seored the suci'ess in, It deserves and Mr. Moffett has donll +r. thej ý(, ý D . l pts. ttroo l it .tt sI'\' sv icIe. `i"' tati d lioatalhtdated ,lrlli'lt 1s It ll (ill, plal ·Illtli i,' :ill p rli. tll . t ll I (II. 21JI til (lIl' ~illK' M I jllt rlltl It.II /1.;1X tI "'Madam's Divor~ce."' I r,'ll l* . I' . "'d "' \ t . i vi l u " n ' . 3 1) M ll h." ils ; Il a ltll tirlt , trlrlt i 'll II P II'u 1111t1 It till 11:11'n0[. 11 11:-:( 1; kl-11 uriy it gtit, U4 Str lldlt III.L.l hi. 11n( 11)1 nli ihrt f "mJiu ·llnu · ' , Itiv'--i i~ii" 1ys x lrtlsr Urn.i - I Ellen T''ry. ttltttu Iitit o l ittli li t t cllgidi lwlhit. ill It it' ptI-cY1s1th a ltlylrotwtld by th1 It"iilO :gin I t sVl leak rrh gI,,st car, procid, " a~ l titling cl.-lr and ;.rt Il of :11,4 ,~·I tts, puy,ýr Iv ~r h nt.; ',+'1.. s, r rle ..rm ut of ls~adinl t nit, tlnact at any nmilice hall. No actors In their ;. lecns ho..uld, in my opinion-at least, nilt n hll.:s the regulations and privi legeh . are so different for the different lat :i... I don't think actors allow to :ilvantager it a music hall. Music-hall arttists re ott of place In a theater actors are out' of place In a music hall --at least, that is my opinion." 1Miss1 Terry is coming to Missoula this ritseason,4 and will appear as a special number of the university lecture At the B'jou. Allt exceptlonllilyV strong program for Slt,, 14ning chii g.e h1ts been secured by thle miragniti u nt of the BLjou, "The i 14M1i Who Learn,.d'i" tand "Take Me Out to tht, Hatll t;nt:te"' ttre tlhe headliners of the prlgrahl. In addition to these Stwo we'll-atetad land entertalning films i't addledl 1,io00 eet of comedy film ithat is rcttrlllllendd as a scream. Ed S1..vassour will sIlng ilan illustrated song 1i in Ilisi t!ual aueieptilel manner. i INCORPORATION. Artl'les of incorporation o~ thla Unlon Ircll works waere fil d for r e .or With lthe, .iouty clerk yesterdtay, tle pui. Pll' Mseas uIt the new company be.ngl to is ulhtlt a g~'ne'rail foundry buslBsIe, 10e i'l'hl, c1apita4l ltlock is placed at 84.5,10, 5 all f t\lliht htas been subscrlbed. T'l~ li' nlrall,,itlor 1 and directors for the ..t It liltee ioittlb, 'are O $ Ma ', c0elr4' '1ttt`lt~l