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* such 'a complete assort ment .of perfect dia monds. From the small . 1est wanted size to dia monds weighing three carats and over. You'll find for quality and price, our stock is with out comparison. CA ain ,nd Rings. 5 Diamondl Rings 25 . For Baby *J For All at P gen Diamond Rings Diamond Rings Thi Full Cut IU Big Showing OV bra Diamond Rings Diamond Rings tan ` Fair Size l Good Size 4 bra DtlQnlRjnygs Diamond Rings a ManRy at Large Showing rea of A Complete Assortment of 1 rr Sizes $50 to $500 a Sinamond Set Lockets .............................. $10 to $75 M n Set Scarfp ns ............................................. 0 to 575 i mond et Link Bu s .........................................$5 to $75 WI Dlaiatind Set Braclets ...................................... $15 to $100 S et Brooches .................................... $12 to $250 o Se Lavalieres, Platinum Pendants, wti $12 to $150 o In addition to these there are: tb G 's meem Pins Pendants i. raceBiieets Cuff Links ft CqP) Rings Cameo Brooches Lockets, etc. e t haK Kohn Jewelry Co. h Florence Hotel Building thi STORE OPEN EVENINGS hel Gilttiothe Sinoker See or otutheast window for sug 8. H li eua & Co. " Drugs, ,iooks a~td Stationery. 337? N., Higgins Avenue, Phones: Bell 260 Red;, Ind. 1655. Ip MONEYn+ To loa. on Improved City and e Farm Property 8 J INTEREST For three or five years with prlvl lege of repayment of whole or part G In two and a half years. WI!NSTANLEY REALTY a INVESTMENT CO. " Western Montana National Bank Building, Missoula, Mont. P 1ti ti wlm ead.- The Jeweler Wules. Diamonds, Jewelry s pecital attention given to a FINE WATCH REPAIRING I 114 East Main Street. C t Stationeryn Blank Books, Loose-Leaf Outfits, ii Card Indexes and Office Supplies. Agent for Underwood Typewriters. All s the Latest Novels and Gift Books io; sale. J. W. LISTER F 104 East Main Street. Pe Watches and Repairing Diamonds E. H.DEMING Jeweler and Optician 1ip Higgins Avenue, Missoula, Mont. I & SONS GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HAY, S RAIN AND WOOD. I eisiee' Block. 204 South Third I Pones: Ind 74F" Rell 377. 1 EIGEMAN & CO 4"k OCERSI IEtflguinM Avenue t Pb*7.Td. Tad. Phone 474. . -'J , `+th g in the market i "1 LOCAL SOCIETYjt GO Waltemate-Jones. 8H Miss Edna Maud Waltemate and Warren Purdahn Jones were married the at 8 o'clock last evening in the bride's .m0i family home on South Sixth street, torl west. After the bridal party had en- get. tered the parlor to the atralis of dlir Lohengrin's wedding march, played the by Miss Lella Thompson, and taken Mo - place in a bower of ferns and 'tines, wa; -Rev. Elmer E. Bultner read the ring the service and performed the solemn gn marriage ceremony. The bride wore a shimmery wedding gown of white silk Pa and carried a bouquet of white car-m nations. Miss Grace Waltemate, her and sister, served as bridesmaid and Rus- the sell Jones was best man. A wedding the supper was served to the company of Ilca 30 relatives and intimate friends, who has were present as guests. Mr. and Mrs. cou Jones have gone to Butte for their tur, honeymoon and they will return to Its make their home in Missoula. the Presbyterian Ladies Today. Jac The Ladies' Aid society of the set Presbyterian church will meet this afternoon in the church parlors. DO -- SA Guild Meeting Postponed. The regular social session of the in a Ladies' guild of the Epjiscopal church me has been postponed until next Thurs- sat day afternoon. The ladies hope for Ma an enthusiastic attendance at that hot time, Specia orders for fine cookery if will be taken in advance. hel -- he Pnesbyterian Christmas Exercises, foll The Sunday school of the Presby- sat terian church will have a C'hristmas cat tree with appropriate exercises next Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock. y01 Sans Souci Club. HC Members of the sans Souci club MI assembled yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Alex Peterson for the it Christmas party that has come to be cat - one of the events of the year for tih this club. There ,was a grab bag for vo the ladies and one f9r the children for with varied assortment of pretty and me appropriate gifts for all. Refresh- ha ments were served in the form of a sal "covered dish" spread, each lady hav- sta is, ing brought a specimen of her finest ste is. cooking in a covered dish. At a given an 1 signal all the covers were lifted and . ks the coming feast displayed. Richardson- Walford. Miss Ida tlchardson and George Walford were married yesterday aft - ernoon at 2 o'clock in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest use on Pattee dstreet. Rev. c. B. Allen, Jr., per formed the ceremony in the presence only of the immediate family and Mrs. Allen and Miss Lizzie Allaway. Afterl the ceremony Mrs. ulse served a' dainty lunch and then the bride and. groom departed for a tour of the Bit rt. ter Root valley. They will return _ later to make a home on Mr. Wal- C ford's ranch near the city. I Shipporeit- Ryan. E Yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock Y, Miss Ida Shipporeit and William L. Ryan were united in marriage at the d rd Methodist parsonage. Rev. J. W. Bennett performed the ceremony with only the witnesses, the, bride's moth- f er and Mrs. Bennett present. Notice, O. E. 8. Annual election and installation of officers of E.ecta Chapter No. 7, O. ,E. S., at Masonic 'hall this evening. ELLA H. M'CLAIN, W. M. St i ANNIE P. BELLS, ecretary. ope the toil knc won The Sat api a U1ae .the to ope cor ste The fears that this would not be a mo h isite Christmas went glimmering late the Tuesday night and Dy for SNOW noon yesterday were he' CAME forgotten. The weather man came to the mark in splendid fashion and the snowfall was welcomed by everybody. It was p just the right sort of snow for the Christmas season-no storm, just a gentle downfall of the beautiful which covered the icy places and made pe destrianism more than a mere pastime. The residence streets yesterday morn ing looked like big Christmas cards; there was a ridge of snow upon every branch and twig of the shade trees and the evergreens were bent low with the weight of white which was piled upon them. The Missoulian carriers breasted the snow when it was un disturbed and they came back fromn their rounds yesterday morning, aglow with the tramp and delighted with the rar real winter. "You should have seen ery the Rattlesnake this morning," said one the of the boys to the Man About Town. sel "It was just like a picture all the wh way up. It was worth getting out Mi early, just to see it." Mr Mi There teas abundant happiness in The hit Missoulian office yesterday. It has the been a happy place, he OUR BEST anyway, since the holl- opi WISHES day edition was out of hit the way, but even that sid was forgotten yesterday in the hap- MI piness which all in the office felt for pit Edna Waltemate and Warren Jones, we who have long been favorite attaches he of the office and who last evening tet were married. These young folks have th the good wishes of a lot of friends, ha but there are none that are more tri cordial and earnest than those which ga go to them from The Missoulian of- to flce and its people. "Give 'em a good MI sendoff," .eas the urgent appeal which of was made many times during the day of to the Man About Town. "They de- se, serve it and the shop wants them to tvi have it. They are The Miesbulian's th+ folks and they are entitled to the best ha there is." Mr. and Mrs. Jones have a ton bunch of warm friends in the office where they have spent so much of the their time for the past few years. It the good wishes of this crowd amount Mi to anything, the way of the young peo- laI pie will be bright, for there are good ý tishes galore following them from to here. The St. Paul newspapers are generous sd with their prafse of the Missoula ex- tr hllbit at the big land SGOOD show. The Pioneer SHOW Press prints a picture ot and the Missoula 'booth at OM ried the show and says it Is one of the dii de's most attractive displays in the Audi 'et, torumn . Secrestary Breitenstein also en- gets a boost 'for the way he is han of dli'ng the business. The picture shows dn .yed that the arragement of the westernl ken Montana display is effective-from the th nes, way the picture looks, it' appears that all ring the products are shown fully to as iz good advantage as they were at the sh e a Nw York exposition. The Northern of Pacific's new book on the Bitter Root ad is fresh from the press as auxiliary Y ammunition for the St. Paul campaign ire her and a copy of 'it came yesterday to ao tus- the Man About Town. It is one of its ling the finest of the many handsome pub- go of lications which the Northern Pacific we aho has issued, descriptive of the western in country, and includes some new fea- we heir tures which are specially attractive. th to Its cover Is delightfully pleasing and be the book' is sure to make a hit. it de Jacob Stumpf of Orchard Homes has to the set out to fill a long-felt want and m this " is putting out the de- w DOMESTIC home consumption. He SAUSAGE is putting out the del lectable spiCed pig meat the in alluring form and in varied present- 17 arch ment. "I am going to .make good cC urs- sausage," said he yestqrday to the ' for Mau About Town, "and I (want the so that home folks to eat the 'home sausage. B kery If you can tell them about it, it will w help to get them started and it will 'w be a good thing for all of us. The Jc folks that ekt 'this Orchard Home shy- sausage will like it. I know that, be tos cause it is good sausage."' net If Central telephones you and tells you that "Bobby" wants a sled and "Grace" wants some HOLIDAY new silk stockings, No. club ME8SAGE 11 for Aunt Kate, don't a the ,take it amiss or blame the it on the "Hello Girl." She is only e a carrying out a system that was started ' for the other day by a South Fifth street ' for youngster IvWho called on the telephone 4 dren for 'anta Claus and in an idle mo- fi and meit (.which Hello Girls don't often t esh- have) the girl who answered his call of a said she was "Mrs. Santa Claus." That ha'- started the ball rolling, 'but the young. nest ster unselfishly 'told another youngster tl iven and the word went around that Santa w and D D L Barber & Marshall Christmas Greens and Trimmings Delaware Holly, 1-lb. bunches..256 Green and holly wreaths, each..050 Large, red bells ..............................158 Small red bells, 3 for................ 10 Silver and colored tinsel, yard, b5 and .................................... .. 10* t e Many colored candles, box........15 i Automatic candleholders, doz. 15%4 h and . ............................ 10 - Selected Christmas trees, 35* to . ... ... . .... ......................... .6O Tree stands, each ........................385 Wrapped stick candy and largest sweet Qranges. .. Phonss Bell-, 20. Ind,. 4"0. hhd a Bell telei*lone and after 4hsait there was sopl B~usy minutes for the operators at. central. An official of the neiw, 'Mountain States' Conipaeiy told the story last night. "We didni't ; know there were so many kids in the world," he said, "let alone Missoula. There were over 50 calls yesterday for Santa Claus, and in order not to dis appoint the youngsters, we have had to put' in special equipment with an operator to handle the calls. She copies down all the things the young 3 sters ask for and then calls up their a mothers and fathers and gives them te the list. One youngster asked today >y for a new baby sister. Wonder if re he'll get it." DBROWR OF RDNAII S MAKES VISIT 5, eY BANKER AND RANCHER BOOSTS th FOR HIS DISTRICT AND IS rs WORKING OUT PLANS. nR w A. J. Brower of Ronan, 'banker, he rancher and a consistent booster of ev mn ery industry or enterprise which is for ne the good of the country that he has n. selected as being the best on earth in he which to live and work, has been in ut Missoula a couple of days on business. Mr. Brower has made many friends in Missoula who are always glad to, see he him on his visits, not alone because as they value his friendship, but because ze, he always carries with him an air 'of II- optimism and enthusiasm concerning ,,f his section of western Montana. Be at sides his banking interests in Ronan, p. Mr. Brower has a fine ranch near that or place upon which he placed $5,000 ee, worth of improvements this season and res he has plans worked out for its ex ng tensive development. One of these is ve the planting of a big orchard and he is, has made arangements to have the ire tract surveyed with an eye to its irri ch gat on possibilities and will be ready >f- to plant his trees early in the spring. od Mr. Brower has made a careful study ch of orchard conditions in Montana and ay of the varieties best adapted to his le- section, and the results of his efforts to will unduobtedly be to prevent making n's the mistake regretted by many who St have gone into the orchard business , too hastily. Ice "Among other things I believe that of the reservation country is going to, make a great orchard district," said Mr. Brower to a Missoulian reporter last evening. "We itave the soil, cli d mate and water, all three as favorable to orcharding as any other district of Montana. I feel no uneasiness in un dertakilng my experiment on a good ,big 'Us scale, and there' will be thousands of trees planted in our section the coming nd year. er "We 'have a big problem ahead of us out on the old reservation," continued Mr. Brower in discussing general con ditions. "Therb' is enough to engage iso the serious attefition of every settler nwithout there' being time to participate iw in any community differences such as in were threatened' in the early stages of he the reservation settlement. This has tut all disappeared, however. We all real as Ize that what is good for one section he should be helped along by everybody rn of every other section for it is all to sot add to the greatness of our country. try You will find this spirit of pull to gn gether growing stronger all the time to and it is sure to win. I enjoy my vis of its to Missoula, for I like the spirit of Ib- good fellowship and friendship in fic 'western Montana w'hicc I failed to find am in any of the several 'localities of the na- west where I visited 'before coming to ve. the reservation. It struck me then as nd being the thing that makes life worth living and I will never regret having decided to come to western Montana 5as to live. I can see a wonderful develop md ment coming to the Flathead country le- within the next few years." He ea: John McLeod, age 37, weight about nt- 175 pounds, height 5 feet 10 inches, sod complexion dark; last heard from was the working in lumber woods near Mis the soula, Mont. He left his home near ge. Boyd 13 years ago. Any information sill would be gladly received by his father, will who is anxious to hear from him. Phe John McLeod, Stanley, Wis., R. 3. BIG BONE FOUND. Yesterday morning George P. Munn, In charge of the work of cutting off the north channel of the river below the Bitter Root railroad bridge, made a most amazing find. Near the water's edge he came across what is, , evidently, a vertebra of a prehistoric monster. The big bone weighs 21% t pounds, is 12 inches wide and 34 in SIcircumterence. The relic is petri Sflied, of course. It will be taken to 0 n the university for classification. r 11 a t Notice to the Pub(ic. s The public is hereby notified that ti r the several steam laundries of the city s a will be closed Sunday and Monday, g December 24 and 25. b LAUNDRY WORKERS' INTERNA TIONAL UNION. A JUDGMENT. J. L. Presnall obtained judgment for $6.188.42 and costs in the district court yesterday against the Denver and Rock Island Mining company. Farm Mortgages for Sale. Drawing 8 per cent interest. Browner & Hollingsworth. Ronan. Mont. Ole Holt has reopened the Royal restaurant. I irst-class service. Open day and njlht Turkey shoot at the bowling alley, tonight, opposite Florence hotel. Prof. Fischer, violin and piano les sonn. 503 8. 4th. Bell 55g Orange. WE SELL All Dairy Projects; MI$SOULA CREAMERYlV 4, West Cei , SBell 66S$ Red. Phones: i3d. 76 I flr Are for You Christmas is a time when everyone should give themselves over to the pleasures and joys that the season brings. A fine present given with the right feeling and sentiment not only brings happiness and pleasure to the recipient, but also makes the giver feel happier. We have these gifts and want you to have them. CHRISTMAS CANDIES CHRISTMAS PERFUMES'. From now until Lifter Christmas we will sell McDon- Our stock of Perfumes has always beefl thq best aid's .3uii Saturday Special Chocolates in one-pound and is now very complete. We have recently added pa.!vgee at ....................................2 two new odors-D'Jer Kisa and D'Artagan-bhoth are T iey are fresh and very fine. We also have a ffill very popular foreign products. We have the etracts, i stock of Guth's and Johnston's, all sizes. Toilet Water, Sachet "Face Powder and Soap of each. TOILET SETS r CHRISTMAS STATIONERY We have a choice selection and 'they always make i ' Never before have we shown such a nice selection as nice and useful present. We have them in ebonotd noýr . We have 'almost the entJra line of Whitings and at from $1.00 to .L.00 in solid ebqny fropi $4.0b S they are famous for making the best, In ail kinds to $15.00, in silver plated sets prom S.00 to in of packages, in all colors and shapes, at 25#, 50¢, $20.00, and in Sterling silver with a full manicure l T75*, $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00. set at from ......................... ................... to $30.00 THINGS YQV ALL NE ig Sachet Powders, all odors, all makes, per oz.........50* Jaxon's Fountain Pens' guaranteed ........................$1.00 - to ............................................................$1.00 Manicure sets, Ebony-plated and Sterling 25¢ to $10 n, Perfume in Christmas boxes ................25* to $5.00 Shaving sets for men ................... 1.00 to $5.00 at Christmas letters, bookletells and Decorations .................. to 25 Work Baskets for girls and women....$1.50 to $3.00 id Postal Card Albums, all kinds..................251# to .2.00 Infant sets of all kinds ............................ to ,1.50 z- Decorated Rubber Balls and Toys................54 to 50 [ Vacuum Bottles, pints and quarts....$.d0 to $..QO is Conklin's Self-Filling Fountain Pens.... $2.50 to $12 Cigars, Christmas boxes, 25, 50, 100..... .1.00 to $10 be Hand Mirrors, Ebony and Silver........$1.00 to $5.00 Military sets, Ebony and Silver....... :..$ .50 o $5.90 he - We deliver to any part of the We specialize on prescription g city without extra cot. We re- M u work and therefore carry a stock y ceve and deliver telephone orders ' which represents everything your an physician is likely to use. Physi ýd without delay. We give expert WHOLESALE AND RETAIL cians who know us are always service at all times and want you DRUGGIS. pleased to know that it came from g to avail yourself of it. heoe. as to CL lid ter I HAVE 1i- NOT YET AI ole of DISAPPOINTED T n ANYONE no AND I AM STILL MAKING clr SITTINGS ate as FOR MY of HIGH-GRADE al- PORTRAITS ion I dy AND I GUARANTEE to- DELIVERY me Is- BEFORE of in CHRISTMAS nd the _ to rth MI4RRAY BROWN ing Particular People's Photographer 'P- Higgins Avenue, Next to Bridge try nut tes, vas tis ear ion ier, im. BIn, off - low ade a the - - SCHILDREN THRIVE AND in GROW STRONG tri to On our wholesome and juicy beef, mutton, lamb and pork. Our meats are of prime quality, and cut up in such a manner as to render the grain hat tender. There is nothing like a good city steak, a luecions chop, or a slice of lay, good home-cured ham to keep the body in a good, healthy condition. PA- VALLEY MARKET 803 Woody Street. Bell Phone 423. Ind. Phone 775 for ' Window Glass -AT ner SIMONS yal 312 Higgins Avenue. pen cy, For Cbrlstmas Make someone happy with a kodak. at Slemith's Drag Store FROM 1.00O TO $5E. SPLACE YOUR ORDERS NOW FOR liL BRICK I n0 8tapdapt I n a & :rick C CLEARANCE CLEARANCE =3.00 13.00 ANY HAT IN ANY HAT IN THE HOUSE 120 Higgins Avenue. ' THE HOUSE just Arrived I &xciusive Exquisite &>ening Costumes For an xceptional .al" $ to i1et at ------ As the season is late and the manufacturer was not very busy, we were able to have a limited number of Evening Dresses made-all told, about fifty-to sell at above prices; models which should have been nearly twice these prices. These dresses are the kind that one only finds in a specialty shop, as they are custom made, of the dain tiest materials, in exclusive styles, copied from im ported models. We were very careful in the selec tion of color harmonies, so that every tone should be just right. Maize over pink or lavender. Black over white. White over purple. Ciel over pink. Light blue over blue. Pink over pink. PIANOS Below are listed three second-hand pianos, good as new, that we want to D sell before Christmas. These pianos were taken in exchange for auto-player pianos. Any one of them will make a in fine Christmas present. alt Dod of the One Bailey - $165 2 OneStei way$325 One Oakland $180' TERMS--$5,00 MONTHLY at Hoyt-Dickinson Piano Conpauy. OR Next to the Golden Rule Store, Isulapp, .pp.