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MEMORY BAR ASSOCIATION MEETS AND DRAFTS RESOLUjTIONS CON. CERNING HIS DEATH. The hIre nasscltiotl if the forurth Judli'ii all tlistr il t yesterdal.y after ihoott at the ('colrthouse for tihi iullrloise of lealilng suitable resolutions oi theI ildruth of (Colonel Thomas ('. lMarslhall of this city. The cnmmllittee selected sonim time ago to draft the resolutions, presctlltedl its reporlt anlld the 'esolutionls were then unanimlous ly adlolted. Before the meeting iad Jollurned sllendid, tributeln ere uldhl to tile departed , by the atTorneys al, senlbled. President A. L. Dluncln of tile astlsoclatioln, Judge Woolly, IHenry t'. Htlff 11nd Judge R. Lee Ml('ulloch of Hamilltol heingll the princlleipal speak ers. The followlilg resoilutions were adopted: The Resolutions. "To the liar Associaltion of lthi I'ourthl Judicial )istrlet: "Gentlerenn: Your mlnmittee Ip iilnted to draift antldi I)resnllt reIolU tiions onl the death of 4oolonel 'hllThomas I'. MarshAll, would respectfully report the following: 'Tiholas C'orhett Marsholl, loiinig an esteoluild Inenlher of this ulssnoltion, onilluh, liell the high Ielets of tih· plrl fession whltch, he hioied. 1Iy llherl tunlll. and by cultivation, lie wills poiis ::esedl of l keenly percepltive intellect, of retlarkthle pil.oers of deduction and tof IIIiusu itl ptness of appllicatlllon. He cinlle frontl i race of jurists nilli counsellors: for four generaltions tile Iliuie of Marshall had been faulous in the law courts of Virginia and Ken tllcky hibfore le bore it alnd t tcaun be truthfully said, thalit his proifelsilolnll life aildded lnew lus.ter to that name. Thlle bloodll of gentlemen coluredl through Ills veins and tlihe grilace and lllufailing courtesy which clhur nlterized hIls relations with those who were hls assoelates were Ila mt urll' to him as was his lireathiinlg. lHe "·' -''". -7 Speciaiies In Our Boys' and Childre't's De 'uxe Departlýnt One has but to note the immensity of oflr juvenile clothing de patrtniedlt to k'now that here is'to be founid the best assbrtments,' the best syles, "the best qualities' and the best values and that 0 ap parel for' boys' and children is the favor ite with parents. Indestruotible - Adamant Suits for bhya; auch suit with two pairs of Knlekerbocker *5.OO" Regatta Wash Suits tur chlldreh; IU clevtsr at".ek, made ol fIast color, hardld-wearing frabic; $1.5O0 to *3.5(0. Boys' Knickerbockers in rill i'' styles. Upwards fro1011 Boys' Rainooats---lhubetrized anal i Nsilrl gia ahldlhe/-4.50 and $6.50. Boys' Hat--All the new noVeltles, Irn felt and '.traw: especially fine are tile styles for the little fellowas; 50 to I 3 . 0. O ' Boys' Waists and Blouses Also mannlshl hirts, In huin dreds of, patterns, b54 to Boys' Collars-4ll stylos th".t .loft neglligne and our fauious Hlldewell laUllndered collars, 2 fo .' #. Boys' Nslaoewar-Titverilble foir-in-lhands at 2l5 and B35. and handsome Windor at 851. Boys' HOy.ap-Muswer's, the mloest satlsfafory boys' hose minae; pe lr ,n. 5O. Missoula vwas born In Kentucky and all of the attributes of gentility and culture which that statement Implies, he pos+ esesed and they were his guiding rlo tives; his igh Idea of honor was hisl polar star; his genflenesshoverned his relations with his fellows. "Onlonel Marshall came to Montnna and cast his lot with us when he was' Just eat ring the prime of his splen did manhood. He was 32 years ohld whlin he'establldhed hil home in Mis soula and Immtilately he took plaes with ,the leaders in hi= profession. From 1883 until thei date of his death. Missouli woas his home and he loved It. He loved Its ioeopl, and lhe gave thehm such service ats could come ohly froml a bruin so for- I tile. tt heart so ttlhder and it snul so great as his. Illn mre than one of fielil capacity '.ha was enabled to Ibe of consalpicuous bIenefit to Ills aldopted Ipople: of his public life it e-n he said that it Was clean, that its eits were insplred by his conception of what was right. But it was in his private capacity that his greatest service was given. The full extent of tlhat service we shall never know but we do know that it was given freely where there w'as need and that his great heart never denied assistallce w.here he could render It. To the younger inellibers of his professlon lhe gave freely of his wenlth :of talent and to them his example was and ever will be a shilnlnl Ilght. "And now death has remlloved thIs man frotI among us. No more shall we hear his cheery word of encour agement; no more shall we listen' to his thoughtful word of counsel: no nmore shall we be guided by his lIfty Ideal of clti.menlhip. But one prireless ipoaesslIonl relmnins our own--the memory of his kindly words, him ari. cloush charn of manner, his cloa'nliness or living, all these remain a ilemllory and an inspiratiton. These we shall al ways treasure and the name of Thomas Corbett Marshall wse shall a l ways honior. Therefore, by the lhar Association of the Fourth Judiclul District, be it "rtesolved, That, in the death of Thomas (C. Marshall. this association hl. lost a valued mllember. whos(e eom punlllonship was all elevatling Influence to all Its members: that, in the demise of this honored mlan, the Fourth Jul dicial district has lost a respected clti zell, whose splendid exemplnllleatlon of good citizenship set forth an Ideal worthy of our aspiration: that Mis soula, particularly,. has lost sa Son, whose deVotl.n We may all strive to emulate. Anti be it further "ltesolved, That a cohpy of 'thlse resolutions be dsread upon the mlin uites of this ,association; that a copy he engrossed upon tile court record: that a copy be sent to tile fainlly of uilr late memblher and assciate. "\\'WALTER M. BIC'KFOI)D, "HENRY J. BURLEIGH; "ROBERT O'RARA, "GEORGE T. BAGGl,4. "JOHN N. PATTERSON." - ..' .. . . . ,'. - --5 JOHN KEENAN DIES OF HEART DISEASE John Kelenan died yesterday morning at 4 o'clock tit hi honme, 620 HNouthl Her illd street. He had been sick hut tv.,, days anid waIs in the a(t of getting out of bed when he fell back, the victimi of heart disease. The deceased was It piloneer ranelhman and miner who hall ilved for 40 years at Gold Creek and Missoula. He leaves a wife and one s:n here it .the city as well ats a host of friends of iuilny' years' Mtantling. DOCTOR PRAISES D. D. D. Although an M. i. I acknowledge, to my patients and patrons that yqr remedy, D. D. D:. reaches cases of eo zemna and permanently cures themi- Dr. Ira T. Gabbert, Caldwpll, Kan. "My cure began from the first appll cation of D. D. D. My rikin is now us smooth as a baby's. I wouldn't take It thousand dollars for what D. U. I). . has done for rise," writes August qHunto of Chillicothe, Ohio. These are just satmles of letters we are r.oelving every day from grateful tatlentA all over the country. ' "Worth Its weight int gold," "All mly pimples washed away by I). 1). 1).." "I found Instanlt relief," "D. D. D. is lit tie short of mlracu-lous." These are the words or others In deocribing tile great skin remedy, I). I). D. Proven by thousands of curers for 10 years to be absolu tely harmless and re Ifable in every edde of skin trouble, no maeter what It is. (let a ),ottle today. Ifnstant relief. Ucorge Fielshelirer, druggist. SEWER CONTRACT LET. Muilan, May 13.-(lpecial.)--At thi, regular meeting of the city r'rulrnrll last night, the contract for consltruct Ing the proposed Mullan sewer system wias let to 'the: firm: Of R. M. Berd ron & C('. of Butt., thei bid being, ;15,713.99. This figure is about 11,300 greater than the sewer bond issue re cently pasused. The mnemibers Of the councll have pledged themselvcs to raise tile extra IImoniey if they have to "dig it up" out of their'iockets. HOTEL CLERK DYING. G'r'oat Falls. May 13.--(Hpecial.) Williaur '. Hayes,. for 15 years chlief clerk of the old Wirrlor hlousre ill t. PruI, is dying tonight its the result of anr opoeration fhllowing an abscess of the ear. Mr. Hayes forl I rornths has been mllanager 'of th,. Nc-ew York hotel, and is onte of thie Ibest-*known hotel rnen I. the northwest. He camer to G(.eat IPalls from Ht. Pattl about a year and a halt ago. - WILL UK SURIED TODAY. Th'e' body of J. C. Arlnstrong, who lded recently at Wisdom, 41ont., arrlved' In the city yesterday noon. The funeral will be held this -afternon at 2:30 at tihe Presbyterlan ;church. Dr. J. N. Maclean will officiate. Internielnt will be made In MlfroUoa, cemetery. RAll1A9Ap NiAN DIRS. St. twoip, My 1s.-Charles U: Warr net', .plti ratlrci.d mah, former vice oaied it b u0ef'ruw Pl.e I"m nrt. roaG, died at his d t*tW1 sdny: Money to Loan We have several sums of money to loan at 8;add 10 per cent interest on' "im proved city property. Rhoa.le lowdr4 Real Estate, Loans and Insurance. 10 East Cedar Street LOAL BREViTIES W'. II. oinenld l'ft tihis 0morning lor thil Flatlheadl roulltry. Allowely's cafe. otpposlitel postlfflio. JoilOh ''l' hi s s lonell toi Ilelnla on sUpliie Ci ulrt 'buslllMs. Dri)nk John Ound's Peerless beer. J. rlll.ice. Kerr. i teacher it. Parl disc., wu vtisitolr n this il)y yes terlii'y. D)r1 Willhird, tei'lnittlh, 1st Nntl hank. Airs. 'I. I,. Mlyers of Jliiliittonl Is in the city for a l'ew iadi) as the guest of Mris. Frank Horg. Dr. .l. i. Kuhi IrIft last evening for l.iinn ito lie gonl several days ion professlonal bustn.es. D)r. \lWard, veterinarinn. Tel. 33 or 531. A seven-plould lle'y was horn ) eli. terday morning to Mr. and Mrts. C. E. Sharp. 421 Aldbr street. Marsh, thI undertaker. Phone 324. Mr. and Mrs. W. r'. Hiderthi and wife of flittte a rlk visiting in the city tile guests iof Mr. andl AMrs. S. . Inch. Misnoua Storuage Co., C. It. Avery. A. L. tIankk. fnormerly a jeweler in HuIiltonit, nlld ilnow lttled in Lies An geles,. is spendllnl it few days visiting friends in Missoula. Stenographer, Dawso\n, Montana blk. Mr. anid Mrs. Williami F. Hancock returned to their hotme in Corvallis this morning aiifter sp eindliig a few days with friends in this .lty. Dr. J. Lonule Smith, osteopath, Masonic temple. P'hon''l IB; rein. i33 I. Jiidg' tl l. M..ci'llloch was ini he city yesterday I'i alttlend tlhe mIlniilllg of theli bar nlasiulettiin, whlich passed res ollltlonls on tile death of Colonel Marshall. Missonilta ltr I 'i,.. Mrs. Win.('rawford prop.; phones, Bell 310 Ilik.; Ind. 2337. Miss I.ullle Willliaims returnled to hler hlomne it Phlllpsburg yesterday after spendling the week in the homle of Mr. lidl Mrs. Si.init Shull lll East Front streetf. Dr. Anlllt Jnmos., iostlpath. Phone 834 black. 'iggins block. Mrs. Thomiilas Menson, living ait 41i W'est Nltpriei. atstreet. Is n'ljoylng a visit froml her mother, .IMrs. Johll A. Abel, and 'tier sister. Miss atlltie Abel, both of ti. Pautl. Turklall blathl I1aa11id isaige. Address 221 i'rst National bltock, phone Bell 1102. The Modellrn Brotherllood of Alner ica will give a ball in Elite hall on the evening of Mlay 80 to celebrate the second anniversary of the order in this city. Auto for hire, lone oir fiour passetl gern, $2.1t0 pe'r houllr. Irotlnes Bell 070, Ind. 2272. Mrs. J. W. Ilrechbilll and Miss Etta B1!eehbill had as luests this week Mrs. _trl H. Kellogg, Mrs. Ernest Wells, Miss Russi'o Faulls and Miss Hollls Butk, ll of Stevenviille. Phone 38 or 438 Idll. for tca'bis and hiag gage trulmfer. (roeen & hlllnghouse. Elizabeth A. Rouse of Ravalll op plied for 40 ctres In the nortlleast quarter of thlle northeast quarter,. sac. tioii 13, townshlip 19 north, range 20 west. Entry was approved. Unlldy scratch padls an d waiter chlt'ks for sale at The Mlissoulian of lice. Miss Marlon Rickard is taking a. short' viteatiuon fromn her dutles as stenographer in the offl'oo of W. H. Rnteitd. Sh in visiting friends lb Spokane, Seattle anld Taioutta. MiYsautla hIarness oliptnlly 1s to re tire frol business. You canll A tlvo filiut 'y n houir'se' guiodl, Ingal Thomlipson of Kallispell applled yesterday for homlllestead entry, on 40 acres In the iinorthwest quarter of the niortllurat quarter of section 10, town-. Whip it north, rangie 20 west. Mntrt was suspended. Mrs. It. A. Riodi'rlck arrived yester day froin Milwaukee to Join Mr. Rod orlck, who has taken a house on Vle south side for it re.iellcce, while to manages his property Interests in the Bitter Root valley, I)Srby hotel has now chlllanged hands. First-class aeeuonollidatllons. Meals at all hlours. 11. C. Coolmhes, Prop., Darby. 1'. 1'. Mlachl has returned' front a blulllnes tihi of several weeks' dural tifln to Whitehall tand vicinity and lto wilit yesterduay ill colilpuny with Alb.rt .satilncon oill to luipect his propt'ly 'in iruitltdalh. Dr. lohlialtkkeul ret iitrll'i yesLterday i'y.nlll a 10-dtays' trip to Ovando and ieolhivillu. He was no plemaed with the ciquntry that lie has ualde arrlange ments to go rPegularly twice a monoth for profosslonut service. ..For filrstttlss ivery, translfer or a gotd sadidle horst., call Mc'llney'l bIarn. Both phones 06(. Mrs. and Mrs. L. N. Moyor lare at thB Mis.oUla hotel 'for a .ew dayg. Mr, )[oyei th the slate, alierintondent for ·IQ CnlW Cil. ...... " ", ' the Montana Chiltlron' llomel socety of Helena. 4,1e has' Ihwon III and la seeking reliefi'n a lowe.r altitude. M'rs, tIoLatana tlring, who has re sided for the past tw. y.ears Ih Spo kan.,. fi now lt thits Ifty hliking after her property interes'.ts. It nremn so good to be once mot.r Ino Missoula that Mrs. Hering lz s ctl"-u ring a return to live here. Dry cordivc.d. slihI amnd edgings. RIL!'ity Luthber ', ''Tlelphone 743. iMY'. W. O. Filk .,f LHamtiltoul re turned to her itolll' yes'terdavy after spending a week it M.lcoll;. Site came down with .llr. W. If. Fink, who undtrwetilt tl 1pr:tl i f"or ip pendltetlk in St. Pittrlsk's Ihp.it; tl dir Ing tiihe week. Itda E. t.lark of ..t1:tln imitade lpli ealtion yesterday fr iollestealid P*1. try on 30 acres in th.' Ilorithwest quarter of the souith\t.s.t quarter of section 12 and the ,orith:leat qluarter of the southeast quirtr iof s'.tiun II, townshitip 20 north, rani.e ' '2 west. Ein. try was approved. Nice, bright, lew till.,ood at $3.75 per eartlnad. Pihae .ouar order at nclt'e. B.' i. Lumblleir Ct, phone 106: Inds. 743. Walter A. ('ross ' of Iton applied yesterday for home.-'aiad entry onl t0 acres in the southwe- t qlusrter if hit sontthwest 'allrter ila the sllthellu qtlarter of the slOillit st uaitlrter of section 10, townshllp 19 north, rattlge 21 west. Entry wi.ts approved. Autol for lir"., on.. or four panwln gers, 12.70 tper hour. I'hl.ones iHtll 670, Indl. 2272. Mrs. T. It. Knlle , .f 'lntica, lhia ioeen tIe gueslt of iihr sister. Mrs. P. F. I'li.sen., 1616 Hiouth i'ourth street wtest, for the past wee-k. tlrs. Kelly has tlso visited' friends in the Hlitter Rout Valltcy and wllte Is now gllntlg , 1i to ihe witlrlends in lhlentl. Mr. uand Mrs. B. T. Stanlton and son l.tiallld ctmlb from I.Helenitl yesterday Ilornllig to slpend Ithe wateek-lend with their daughtet's, Mrs. W. W. Walker and .Mrs. Ellls Moore', at Orchard Ilinesit. Mr. lStanton is chatirnut of tllhe ralllrotld commistllsion for Moltana. Glasses fitted correctly t from $4.50 up. Dr. lBruflat, optical spcialllt, suc cessor to Dr. ltlcelatul. Hanltollnd blk. Cllllude A. lurry of 'amsit Pralrie Ilpplled yesterday for ithomiestelad en try on 160 acres itn thle southwest quarter dt the forthwest quarter, the oust lalf of the -soutlhwest quarter .inl thte )sunltilwest qualrtetr of thet soluthwest quarter tf section 3, township 20 ndrth, range 2 West. Entry Was ap !proved. ('ill tup Misouola o taxich and unto- llll hiandsf r t117. on bith pho..s, utine prir ls halitcks. All calls given Iprotlltpt attention. Oeorgo Matteson, who madiIte 1o goodl t showling in the mile run Thtursday aflternoon, ripailted iltmmediately aft erwards tI, the offirce of a physician and wan told that ihe had a well detelophed case of apipendiciti.. The youngl' ititI was selnt holne to Deer lbouldge auld every care will Iby tukenl to pIrevent seriousll results. (CmllllnmenPi'e Ito 'iSt dIwni tihe high cost otf livituIg tby cutting youlr fuel bill in two and orde'r a. ltad tof 14--luish tiill wood. A full ctrd for 53.75. Black foot compalliny, plllttho 106; Ind. 742. Georgh M. NXyS, representing the Americaitan Slpra'yelr company of Minnle apolis, drew quite ia crowd with his demonstration at the Missoulia Mpr Cantile etdmpany's ji~tfo0m 0 oft lialst Front street yestertday afternoon. He was shoWflg t power spraS'er run ht gasolnlle, suctlh as lie has placed In the Perry Mti'(lihl orehards near Carl toh. . The suprelne lodge ,of tlhe Modern Brotherhood Of America settled with Mrs. IEstelle Farrell, bentelfciary in the hsturance ptolicy issued on the life of her hulbtland, who comllnittetd suicide, last Junll. Tlhe alrount paidl was one-third of the face of the plolliy bhr cause suicide is not recognized by the orllganisation. Juallnes L. Wallace malln aged thel. business ofi adjustlmenlIt. READ THIS BOOKLET "The Ha'r and Its Care," Sent Free Upon Request. 'rPe Herplclde ('ompany want Ivery onel to have a (',)py of their Isiqklet telling how to take care of and possess nice hair. The booklet contains much valuahle infornmation fl the subject of .avllik and cultlvatlng thb hair. If the present-day men and women would begin to live ulp to the eachilllgs of this little booklert t Is doubtful if the next generation would find a bald headed man or lady wearing false hair, It Is just a. easy to have robust and beautiful hair Ha to have thin, scraggy hair or no hair at all. If the scalp is kopt/eleaul and free from dandruff the hair grimes anturally and luxuriantly. The booklet tells how this may be most effectively a(co0mpl)Hhed by the use of Newbro's Herplc4de. Herpllcide destroys the germ which causes dan druff, frees the head frnnm dirt and scai'f flakes. The hair becomes light, fluffy ind beautliful. Newbro's Herplchle is the original renred# that kills the dandruff germ fop which there are' many Imitations and substitutes sIlld t be Just as good. IBuy rdthing but tiltl original. All reliable druggists sellt lnd al ur antee genuine Herpitldo in one dollar size bottles. Send toe in posltage to The Herpl ide Con., Dept. It.. Detroit. Mich., and a, nit.c sample will i:L sent withthe book let. a Applications Italined at the better barber shops and hair dressing parlors. Missoula l)rug ( tApiLllay special i agents. MIKADO HONORS TEACHER. Boston. May Il3.-.liUo eIIperIl'rt (of JalpaMl through the Imperial hureai of detoratlins, has awa4red Miss Marie Waters, a LIrooklyn tLapher, a dlplomtna of ho.,r and, t ailltr lotvling ci-p ill recagition of $5,i. A'ihls IbIat to l1(I the starving Jalpunslll' ihf th. northern part of Japan in Ajtupat,' 1805. MINER'S ' F- , FALL. Wallace, A 13'- plal.)-.-Ialllrl anore"'thlin $60 tfed n t chute .n the H(eoo rthle It j iguIn tsa Con nor, aged l, met I.#ý tt il#th. Conl ndr wkwa tk'tt' w 'orthi r.sea ht86 a loor whbp 1"'5 walk letab the chute SOME PEOIPLE ARE WISE AND S OME ARE OTHERWi. T '. 11TN11 ONE OF ObU New Handbagst; TEMndW (,tto7.at Iher. mad in th eSa e 11 dt, fllr atd Strasti ,t., wsislhboeI shn ,i.(,. in winrlow f wlsl, the bae ,inn antal Kr,,n:; 21,',1 )yard whlq quality: special S 98c AND YOU'LL BE WISE TO T ...... ........ ........, GREATEST ONE-DAY MONEY SAVING EVENT IN MISSOULA -A SALE EVERY MONDAY. IF II SYOU COME ONCE YOU'LL Srpeptine Crepe COME ALWAYS. W.ome's ett I an Ya it . n st" r . .. lll Elr " unt"l" r vests, wing th I nw 1"IttI s i a n t - ' , el tuny neck., Jt. orn ',,ir iipr in. :i in ,'h, sy ; E x trarih . bnt qal i wie aM).I ftr for Monday, irpe,. nMiSnly C SILK SPECIAL . .. S$1.50 Messaline silk in all the best spring shades; extra quality, yard-II wide silks; high luster satin finish; $1.50 value; put on sale. . . LaTour Organdle . Monday only, at yard .............L r ShI ar and bh tle it io e s St 00 toutard allks In all the nwwl'.tllg Illl n114 salt U harty" WR arlc mirCllg Mhae pnlttrnn iII nd ~larlng IIattrnl, extra 4rtslits eb M"" k "'"t'"1"'" 12c Spring's most approved raincoats, IMod a. "I .,t per ,.,. in the best colors and styles, nr ...... " Values up to $13.50, on sale for one day' only-Monday-be prepared for.these rainy days and at bargain Bath Towels prices. Cu rtla.Nt adith frl ngt v warll SUMIDA SILKS a3, Inew pattern I¶uII w'ith . a .le l,,.Ii, ,, A new silk for street, party and ' ' ,,,In ,tonult, p t "onday aI t cl"' 1lc evening wear; all the new patterns special for Mon '" "i .... and shades;'a 50c value at any store. day Here is something new, different, c o Monday, at per yard, only..... 8CCorner iiggins Aven and Pine Strget women•s S .li Vests "" ' Missteu' aIn Chil J.rrmy ribeld, dren's stnap Ox fords b laelt and ea'h -- Sc a- Corner .Higgins Avenut and Painefr, " ndi fe'll ti the I1( 0 l-f, ,t levtel st itl)ll. IIe ix Ir pattivally ai trlanger lere, nILoth ing bleing known of lil relitllvw. UNITED BOOSTERS TO iBT. The offlv'rr of the I tIed tliiMaters' club h've culled a mlloetg "'f Ithut or gRlLzatLonl f)or MalDt&lhey evtging. The .thMalon wIIl tfl hel at tth i'reafy terltn clhurlch Ilt 7:31), 'i clock L It lrged ltht ill InI'lii'lher N lh ) pr Mnllt no( there wth ln portnlt Inhlmutter's to Ibe daiscuisedl. BELGIAN SOLDIERS DROWN. Antwerp, llI, elglill, M 'ay 11.--A. newsI dHlllrtch rl po·lr'ts the ' rlnltLlR or twO o halrgos hidel with liiieghil soldiers' durinirg stliormll, iII tIIhe J.ulllhalL river. olts of tll lhe hlld tream llo ifI tlihe t'nlrO river, nar ,kllandlu, Ielgian Congo. Thirty lives, wire lost. 14 . ,1 R ,.I' You must suffer the expense, an noyance and discomfort if you wear inferior eyeglasses.' Properly adjusted Shur-one hold the lenses in correct optical posh. tion. Will not slip, slide, nor, fall off. Have your present lenses put in in Shur-on, NEWTON H. SCHWEIKER, Optical lpeclalist. ' Rooms 203.205 Monthno Block. .Da youfeelashamed of your watch when some one asks you what time it is? There is no reason for everyonp not carrying a watch of which they can feel proud at the present low price at' which a really beautiful watch can be purcqseed. !a $L5.0o to $25.oo We are showing, some of the most beautiful watches for both men and women that you ever saw. Cases of plain and elaborate hand.en-. graved design fitted with move. Smnts of proven reliability. Frank Borg Jeweler and Optician. R. H. Mc AY Conmmlrcial Photo apher Viewing,' ramin.g, kn.argi4 , r.elop. Jni and Prihtind for' A tuteu.r Higgins Blk. Bell phone 925 Plants In gre at varie rty-geraillnine,e pan civ., prt'rllnilI popl.peh'e. glacihll, dahlias and many othirs. Shruts for tile nlwin --Illac;, roses, nlilre. syringa, shewball-aii strong and thardy. A few choice trees left. Order now. MISSOULA NURSERY COMPANY City Store-Montana Building. o Greentiouse.- rchalid Homes. ATSON TRANSFER Co. You will find our ,.ents at all trains to care for your trunks .an4 baggage. We do a general transler and storage business. It will pay tbhatrical troupes to make arrange. ments with us for moving thell trunks to opera house. Scavenger wagon also operated Ia the, city. We have the U. S. mail oanLract Telephone Jo. 17L Hlmilton, Montana. STRANGERS lull lt our 'fs,., vlter full lin f.ormuation will he fu'rnish'"d regard. Ing the uhantag , wnlld rceourree. of Miftlh r anrl . illy a l 'l( .l' rl h and Chambero Commerce Bell 67 Ind. 454 Inquire into our Free Jewel Gas Range proposition for this month. MISSOULA GAS CO. bPth P Iona Danderine ."',o wood. Itproduret , , ,,,, , bait ust, as surely as rain eod senablae relfia esops. lt produoes a thicM vi a t is otheuvrme.e m 111e, 1giWu lislDanersnl . ,All drugl. aL l sut Sal r. bottla. To me" Iewos wetw t~it ses w toolSlagos But we don't sell It We d *~m.'nhv the choicest lamb and muttoie i the other klnds for citlibr to I they want to. This I; t;b" -*t where you get the meat yol to are gettitn. Try us with an t o we can prove the quality of our Iaeet I and their economy. Koopmann & WssI For S Clothing cabinets, shalW cases, shelving and your choice of three safes. 103 WEST FRONT HOT %SP1 N All Iartil.a ronl Missoula goeti to Qulnn's hllot $prings go' by Cee* d'Aroine trains, wlhih Imakes 'oenr n,.ctioll t 41. t .gis tor springs pt : p . m . d u l l y . . . . ' * M. E.QUINmLs r P~11 P. 0. - £ddrer a. Soothes1t"til kIq cuts or burns wI Cures pitp;. rheum, aty itc ht sells it. .o.. . A.Si'