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hAn Economy. Store A Store with a one Scatering to all the de- ( . /1 priced, liberal policy, Smands of all the peo- where the aim is to I pie. That's our store. _ ' E serve the public. That's our object. A Whole Lot of Genuine Economies for Man, Woman and Child It's Real Store News, Interesting and Inviting. Read It, Through! Second Floor Economies Dry Goods Economies SBeautiful Suits for Women, Regu on Silk larly $32.50, $35.00 and $37.50 for 1.50 and.00 Silk love o for U $24.75 1"4'"' "' " "' """i t . '"t or t1" show roon" of one of It fi tl* I n|I e t a NE N.%' Y'4l'H4s mI4't r)lil Iti kr f m e igrl - ,lgh , I;Is o'n good thRt wi 4r4 d . O I v lni 0rd sills; thry , rare inl4 of 'ir s ,f I. n g ,U l, shad s of blr e, brown, N 'e s.H Impl n M'k ll , worstd,& H t tw o''lM, i H)u k r ht IotchI 01'ff.' l l(.111 woloin'gll " u" i11, gIaIy, IrosI , Ir'i , ,w II4.u or hlrfbk. i i f4ifili4 t d--m _____________(.ý/!l For C'ummunion Wear Really Hlandsome Messaline Petti- _.. r., ,, i· .. and .... I, lltUly ,lrýýit, hr.io at ....................sb l coats for Fil Wibn" g'lo.g 4 for Ihi4.y or girls4 S $498 Thy re1. ifo , maui , Fill All Your Summer Underwear Needs Now 'ini c "t h '"''n rbbo, , and......... $ 4 . 9 8 T " " ."*' . ' " ' ...... ,, ,. , o f . . r,, ., sa tin r ib b o n , a , ;IO n ..C. .. O "oliii', '"I"ii,"1 , ,"'' "" .."lt Children's Garments Women's Union Suits Women's Separate Garments p rdellll, , III x)flthey nI lo 'In chI m' r ints i ,"",," .(4,441 gy,, gr ,,.,o ,,,,. .i,,h,,,. t,. ,,,,ring,. 50c Union Suits, 35d 50c Union Suits, 35¢ Sleeveless Vests Heautifrul Changeable Messalin . ai~ grayI: ,, br owni4, h 4w i, bIhlie, w t.t.4ita. , black and gn grad uo stilt r suchm a lowN pra de A mighty goand garment for the prite. It comes egar ton ca4ts for . 5 Silks worth85c, for one1 ,441ilg'tlit, 't; fr .4IlII. inh' w r onllP. It tis mald,, of clan peeler ,ttoie thn l' In to ways, ether wit . Or with t . gutr ett r , r .. . . 2. s85 , th y'r. v ry d . lrah , knee or tight knr gtyly . w it w, Ht nlhd t dg n two.i w'nt either w ith n vel b. t.thm r w ith light. Reguliir 1,' w v tA ta. 3 fIr b nnT, ,,d, _re n,-l,, _. . _ _ eilts 1..... . ..... ......... _rO__ 55at Thpe.y are just lo l..y fabrics in . 20 r50c Separate Garments, 35 s , ues I, ,h,.i. ,,1. t.,,t h' h "ilks.: they ar. heavy 1a S•c Separate Garments, 35b Union Suits 5 qmmttty, brIght and lustrous 141. I 0+ A Petticoat Special for Lon "leave,. hIg ....ck vt. also angle ' hnth U.35 Sleeveless Vests, 25.. It , bin a tld U le nave Spants. The glarmnllts are lnorlty knlttetd c ltc RlgKular slzes or ontlizes for thei same pre. 35c Sleev ,ess black, blu h land brown1 heand P i ver, blu 98C A strong, ser'vi'enhle black pttl- elastle rib and 4 n4 ( i4 l tie pelh r ol4 r; ag, 4 r to They toic In Pelt.her tight kn . or lac1 bottoms. It A fine quality ,est in , wn styles, one of them te a i and gray, gray and blue anod other prel 4.coat with a J.rsn y top lnd deep 14 1 years, I444s as good t it you will . sho.wn for 7(. fine. flat rrib; the othrer a Swlsa rib. Th4ey have Ioohr '4ttllb natluos.nd p r .iti..'. ar ,t,.te, , miltn guit. a tor Three in One Union Suits, 60¢ Union Suits, 75¢ *1 nin h 444p Pin t ent c414. ill a gid at skirt 4s tl oa... A union u tilt that I. very practicial, heing a cim- Swiss ribbed o le suit. wi, , 41t. tasty T yrehns, Sepqrate Garments, 25¢ Sbh ttlon of shirt anlst and pants, with straps and Inv trhmn . o n, the . pnt. TIere, ae ro .t.trn . ,, it W'k and Ilg slevC vests, high neck and Miscellaneous Bargains h)ttllton.s. F'or tile, SUnllmmt.e 'vlir e hL. garme1i nl t frl14a r4'ii. 4of h,44,4. l,4fng tight kil,, 'Th edges are leatt,- .lhrrt il'4v'1 \4' N4.; li44' hottll4 or lighllt knee pants; I4n equal ly Itped. 4i g ulily rang, , orf tt 41 e lu tl unldergtarm4 ents. 1Spel'til bwih halt, valua..............a.............,. $1.50 Muslin Petticoats for Special Union Suits, 60¢ $1.25 Union Suits for $1.00 Separate Garments, 35¢ . 'dand tassiets for rmm .. ............. 9 8 cm w n s v s "l e v e t nn"" " a' e l a " t"c b e t . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . I s h itt4d4 1ont.4 ' 44 m1u tin Trotticoat as S,'v 4.ral good 4ty 'es--higt ne k i nd longs 4lev4g e s, S 4'.'.rai tyhs of ot ur r(igulor $1r25 4 htrlt.1-l.w T ht v,,.wts com e 1. W ith lh ig sl eve , short sleeves1 h Patent- cla m op ela s ti b es ..........tt ... *.. .. . C t4l4 b4 .n b Illldtr ordrilry cir- high 4neck and short sleei's, ,lol nck and Iaelck , k, hIgh igc4' k, sleevel-hss. luh e bottomllns, tight or elbow sitve"a, alas' s lrevel n,,; the pants, lace ein1ti t e,,.4 s far4i t thte p rihe; they are knt.,, low neckk anld tight knee. The garments are kill44#e; atlso long sleeves. The suits are prettily bottom or tight knee. They are closely knitted Dainty Windsor ties for................ 0mad4,4 e of ,a\'y lslln and1 hale wrld, d(andp wll worth 7e. trt4lm.4'd. aI1nd soft. 69c silk head soarfs for.......................4. 4 of 44 r iry. Siimall suede handbags for.......................ll Big Purchase of Sample Buy the Boy a - Boys' Furnishing Big Purchase of Sample Handkerchiefs lercules llr , lir Embroidered Hosiery o Handkerchiefs at a are Righton 35c and 50c Linen Handkerchiefs, 190; 6 for $1 /rl oy t for, , a . t a5 p Our* New York office secured for us some 50 dozens of sample 4 111y, t1cr I hand 7 Grades a Pair handkerchiefs from one of the largeslt Irish handkerohief houses at a •. 'itnllkrk r fpl.y The showroom sampl,, and odd quallttles of Bmwn-Dulrell Gordon big dicount. Tho lot eonsists of all pure linen plain handkerchiefs I rto cloths; f7(Y 50 hnohIry for woli I. Every pair Is at Iml rted one'rnd l t a par and some beautiful linen ombroidered handkerchiefs. An opportunity Te good points habout tlm slid ....... m what Is worth twc the alo prc e reTbeautlful you should grasp now, are so n 44rl 4 that any Boys' wnlti In inifll.y ging worke4 d with silk embroidered delgnla. kiro nt looklllg for the very 1 , hIto i l|h' l or best will quickly decide on la ck sa r ; strong35e Drug Sundry Economies esp.. mhr.'n *' nrlcl ;,t, ',: D SE d "llervuls." Theyere all wool, 04l dirabh. fir. ...... Drug Sundry Economies rainproof, mothproof, per- l34yx ar, 1r IIpt elll rang- Drug Sundry Economic spiration proof alnd gtlnran- dr k l h y p4i t r' Sa'i' l t4 4 to othi p '1 ........... 19 50c Ja va rice po d . ........ ........... 3ii tr''d 1o9t n, i ,c - B1hn p5.raxld face Cola date' bett r boaps l t.....h .. tme4 unshrinkable. henthe frn . ( weflt25 .I?, Lt Bran peroxide fae (olgate's best soaps .. 10n 5'r Sunlt-l fci 4 cream .............. 19i Cnlgateis Dentul cream .............rt 444ll4ttt4rn s nt 4w dlstllctiCe f r . . . . . fr m r aps in eve dffre 2 Iunitol tooth past. ...............190 I t 0 IInds almond and ony tht any y will lok wn 1 ll A bg l ival n 1 middy blonses, 2.e n Iz, 4 o u , pr xld. ....... Rran....... s, .........s r ds ,.. r 20e bottle Witc hh .el . . 111 Cashmere Bouquet soup 1 0 dr s i 11 e of them4 m d' tf h y li ii'..............h15i drhssid In one if them.nc s,. ttoi . 5 size r h.ister e Il ......lrg Colgatea tnalcum powdrr ............ 15 Blue-Seat vaseline ..........................654 IýJI P Indian e lnd lw rge blus 1 oblue lasrrgen t ecotton 54sand langurt' s ngt................6# Colgate'. Dw nt erat eoo. S a c m b n a i o o f ... ."s a i l o r c o llnr ; pl uo x p cd a .ktf l a n d W"" tom ' ,h arn g pna , . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . C o l a t e 's Dn t l p o6d e r . . traordinary healing qualities; 4-oz. bottle 25c6 8-oz bottle for ............_85C s_ In_ ___ ____ _ _re- __._A__.__. of absorbent x .ak.. p. up . .n a bo. . D O N O H -sp o c ia lly p rice d , a bo x ................ .. C . . DONOHUWS-The Economy Center DONOHUE'S-The Economy Center DONOHUE'S--The Economy Center DONOHUE'S-.The Eoonoby C, . . . .4 ,,4m., m . 4mm Uurce First Congregational. (orner South Fifth and Chestnut strects-Morning worship at 10:45. There will be a lquartet selection. Sun day school at ,12:10 p, il. Subject for nun's discussion: '"The Meaning of, Prayer and the Bible." Evening serv ic. ut 8 o'clock. Miss Cox will sing a solo. Rev Mr. Underwood will prenrh. Theo after colmmunion social will he held W'ednesdy evening at 8 o'clock. We cordially Invite all members of the congregation, all strangers and friends of our people to be with us. This vwill be anl Informal function. Light re fre'shlllltis iIand inlsihntlll Ilunmbers. First Presbyterian. ('llner of Pine and Stevens streets, Raev. J. N. Maclean, .D. D., minister; resldence, 320 Stevens street-Public worship at 10:45 a. m. and 8 p. m. lllhject of tie morning sermon, "The Lord's Remdmbrances." At the even ing service Dr. T. J. Mackenzie will give an address under the auspices of the brotherhood on "Tuberculosis, Its Source of Infection and Prevention." There will be special music under the directlon, of R. . Bailey at both serv ices. S.nday schopol under the super intendency of W. 11. Bunny at 12'.15 p. ma., and the Brotherhood Bible class at tithe same time In the brotherhood tent on the church lawn. The young people's meeting in the chapel at 7 p. m. Strangers and visitors will find a cordial welcome at any and all of these services. Meetings for the week as folloys: The monthly meeting of the slesion on Monday evening at the manse, The Westminster guild will meet with Mrs. J. Wilson Moore on aast Main street on Tuesday venling at 8 o'loek to be entertained by Mrs. Moore and Miss Virginia Chamliluain. The prays r m.net ing on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. The Ladles' Aid society will nmeet in the church parlors on Thursday after noon at 3 o'clock to be entertalned by Miss Maevittle, Mrs. ,armer and Mrs. Crawford. Christian Church. IHarold It. Griffis, pastor; study in rear of church; Bell phone 1094, Ind. phone 674-Hnnday services: Pr, ach Ing In the morning at 11 o'clock and in the evening at 8 o'clock. Subject of morning discourse, "Things That Threaten;" subject of evening dis course. "Th'e All-Conquering Name." IBible school at 12:15 p. in.. Christian Indeavor meeting at 6:45: topic, "Tlhe Duty of Making Pledges;" leader, i"rank Kennedy. On Wednesday even ing teov. Mr. Hester will deliver his third address on his trip through tihe Orient. First Methodist Episcopal, South. Corner South 81xth west and Hazel stre.t.; G. H. Gibbs, pastor; residence in rear rooms of church; ,Bell phone 802, Independent phone 738-Preaching by the pastorF a ' a. in. and 8 p. In. Sunday school at 12:10 p. m.; Junior Epworth league at 4:80 p. m.; Senior Epworth league at 7 p. m. Week-day prayer meeting Thursday ed'ening at 8 o'clock. Swedish Lutheran. Evangelist Lutheran Emanuel church, 480 Alder street; Carl J. Beng ston, pastor; residence 5.31 North Third street; Bell phone 248; Sunday school 10 a. m.; divine services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m., preaching- in Bonnner at 8 p. m.; cottage prayer meeting We.dnesday lit the himno of Mr. and Mrs. Jolhn Ilenlgren, 3131 North l'ol'thl ltreet. Tihl Younllg Ladles' Luther lIaguo 'will give a hot maple sugar social In the church parlors on Thlurs lday ev':lllning, to which everyone Is in vite1:. GCocd plrogralm, no admission cIharged. All Scandinavian Lutherans in and about Missotl!a are Invited to our sa rvices. Don't forg, t the Luth eran church, 430 Alder street. Cotme, undt help make the services inspiring. Christian Scientist. Cornetr Pine and Puttee strects Services Sunday mnorning at 11 o'clock, subject of tile lesson sermon: "Mlortals and Immortals." Sunday school at 12 o'clock noon; testimlonial meeting on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. In connlection with the church a reading roomn is maintalned, where Christian Science lite rature mnay be read and purchased. Hohrs, 2 until 4 p. m. All arc .crdially invi\ltd to attend the cr'vic'es and to visit the reading room. Swedish Congregational. C'hurchcl at 520 W\Vest Spruce stree't; ('. i. A. Ailonmherg, i)astor-Hti4nday school 10 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. in. land 8 p. m. Youlng people's meeting 6::30 p. m;.: prayer meeting Wct i dnes. day evc Rilng. Immanuel Baptist. Corner Pine and Woody streets;: Rev. C. 1. Allen, Jr., D. D., pastor-Service at 11 at. I,. Mr. J. O Osborne will spellk. i3h, school 12:15 p. m. Young people's meeting 7 p in., I ader C. B. Eiffinger.; 8 p. mi. sermon by the pas tor, topic: "On tile Rioad to ccareds sormenc." Church of the Holy Spirit. Fourthl Sunday after Easter, May 14 -Morning service and sermoln at 10:45 o'clock. Sunday school at 12:15 p, m. Evening service and sermon at 8 o'clock. The members of the parlcn will please note that the Sunday even Ing service will begin hereafter at 8 o'clock. A social tea will b3 given by Mrs. Frank Ke.th and Mrs. ('hurles Johnson on T'lhursday afternoon, May 18, at the holle of Mrs. Charles John son, 211 Houlth Fifth street iast. A sale of hotna cooklng will also he con ductetd. All are cordially invited to ie present. Evangelical Lutheran, (terman I vangelleai Lutheran church, corner Ilazel land South lxth; Rlev. (. lfelrtz, pastor; rsid.nlllce., 234 Edith street; 1h'll phone 1078---Morin ing worship 11 o'clock, follow.\d by Sunday school at 12:10. Htnday school classes taulght in (lertillt and English lanl;iuago at 8 o'clck. P. J. BROPHY'S MINES ARE PROMISING WELL Libby, May 13.-(Special.)--P. J. Brophy, presildnt of the Lbbhy Placer' Mining colmpany and vice president of the Comet I'lacer Mining company, is spending thel week at his home in Butte, after having been at the mines here for about aL month, where he has been overseellng the work of getting operations under way. The Comlnt, which Is equipped with a complete plant, ts now operating, and good prog ress Is being made in the Installation of a large hydraulic outfit on the libby Placer Mining company's hold gs. The lumber for the flumes and buildings has been manufactured at I the mine by the company's own mill. A force of 11 men is being employed. RODERICK QTr8 DIVORCE. The divorce case of Marion Iloderlcl against 'Maude Roderick was terim inated In the, atrt. court yesterday. A decree In favwr'nf the plaintiff was signed by Judgie Webpter. RECONNOISSANCE WORK NOW BEING INSPECTED Austin Cary', a foreot expert who Ih.u Ibeen at the local forestry offictes for several itolnths, loft yesterday for the D)or Lodge foresi rt to make an In Nltlttlun of the rcollnnolssunco work that Is in prolgress there. Mr. ('ary, who was formerly assistant professitor of forestry at Harvard, has a wilt rangie of experience and tle local ofl'l ei'rs wished himln to Itpass upon somne of the most ilmportant points. The rteconnoissanttce work being done on the forests In of more importanceo than Is generally uInderstoil. It not only In itluds Hsurveying and tolpographlcalI mappingi but also. tihe etitlatintg of the grrown aii growing lother, the Iatter figrisrt f'urishing a hbasi firl' a determinatiti in of ith atlmoyInt of thither thaiit may be. cii t frotii a statelCd a rel within certain h lh 1's 'f (1ine0, SUPERINTENDENT HERE. J, A. IForchlang, asuperlntendlnt of the Postal 'Tlegral h ,+lltnpunay, ait.s in MIs soula yesterdiay i.slopotittg the local service(. Mr. Fit rhang came from Seaut tie and has sitipltpd at the several cities along the way, going to IBtte,t HeIIena and (hreat Falls before he re turns to the tant. Extensive Improve trtents are nolw hbeing lmade I1 the equipment In Butte aind Spokane. Mis soula Is next In line for Improvement. There will be an additional wire to the east and west and added equipment In the offlee, which will greatly facllitate the service whli it Is already pxcellent. JULIAN MITCHELL ILL. New York, May 13.-Jullan Mitchell, the theatrIcal ilmantager and produeer, is seri'tousily Ill if pneumonia at the Lambs clul httru. Drink Gold Bar JERSEY Buttermilk Guaranteed free from all preservatives and strictly pure. This buttermilk is churned, from cream brought - in by our cream-gathering wagons daily, churned in the same creamery that makes the famous Gold Bar butter, shipped to Missoula on the morning train and distributed by George Northey. None better and none as good. BITTER ROOT CREAMERY CO. STEVENSVILLE, MONTANA TO LEAD CHOIR. Mrs. Henry Grossberg, who has a reputation as a talented musiciln, will take charge of the musle at the Chris tian church. Mrs. Grossberg will commence her work next Sunday. Though the common crow Is regarded as one of the slowest of flying birds, it can easlly maintain a speed of 30 miles an c-i t for mainy hours at a time. MAPES & MAPS$ Sell First-Clas Shoew Exclusively To fit the feet of all. MISWWbUUAN .CLAM AV~ ' um~~vo 4uAss