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THE BIG GROCERY
Next to Postoffioe. *ILL oR -PHONER- IND. 44 CLEAN-UP SALE Soap Toilet and laundry soap S cut down to sell at no profit to us. 6 Bars 25c Agate ('astile Violet Glycerine, highly perfumed toilet so , box ... ........... 25e Lanleq111 iMondell Scot'lh oamtmeall tilet so.I, box .. 25. . WILLIAMS' SHAVING SOAP 3 Bars 25S' FISH .,11 t lst randis of canned fish are includted SALE in thits s.. kea Lion, domestic sardines, I r can .... ............... 5 Sen. rita Nlrdines cian... 10" Ild i,;h} l and nI t lrwod's sir ,tim s, in roil, : I 1:i .. .'5 e 11, , ý , a T ,tn i, lil , c'hi,'! "n, 1"'t' S . ... . . . 15 l: lx"r mined , lt us ;int c:n, 13e An' ih s. lIatng. flat cn.. 25 DRIED FRUIT i'1'.anlts. .lk t n o k s ,3s St .'. I t isinus ., i 'hri-t. is 'le . , The StartTakes More Time Than the Race Start a saioligs ;' ,nn.t N OW\ and be there at tl,. finish. Three per cent. Interest on Savings. The First National Bank Missoula, Montana CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $400,000.00 DWe Dive Pretty Deep RI 1n T , in n r~ t il l ' this Wf,, this b :ro :t, W e Mlall n a',t" th. ,.i -. d 471 Betlttt l. 1tha, ] - . id lv - I, t th'tin dt i "t' II S~Ir. t I'.·· " r: ', . 1' , ;' - f LtL"... , r 1:t:..'.. " ,ll un t!t. - ', ti t J. W ..LIST .. ,r St , t ,ni t}. B a , Bo F Central Market : Koopman & Wissbrod S a West Main St. ., = Phones: Ind 471 Bell 15 t] J. W. LISTER Stationery, Blank Books and Office Supplies. 114 East Main Street. Rowland, the Jeweler Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry Special Attention Gi,.en to FINE WATCH REPAIRING 114 FI+ t I Al:,in ,, at Take Your Prescription to Smith's Drug Stores Agents for Eastman Kodaks Koken's Barber Supplies F. A. Mix 8 Sons GROCERS Wood, Hay, Grain and Provisions HENLEY, EIGEMAN & CO. GROCERS 11 11glit i . .\\ti1 1ttIl it'h,,e it ; i u. it 'h t+ , ,1 The Best of Everything in the Market We have .,une i ', furnish , apartments fr rtnt at $21.00 i. i month. I McINTOSH C FISHER 115 Higgins Avenue. INSURANCE Fire, Life and A.\ccident Ltiilrtancte and IRe:l Estate National Surety Company Dan H. Ross Hoyt-Dickinson Piano Co. Kurtzmann, Knabe, Baby Grand pianoa, musical instruments and sheet music. Next to Golden Rule Store. &IHT About Tewn Sleepily I roll and tumble, then I w\aken and( I gasp; just w\\hat meains this noise like thunder,' THAT which my quaking NOISE. nerves loth rasp; sleep ily T try to bring my ,ttsent spirit aick to earth nntl to s.e if I amn dreamingi of the ocean's boom int surf: \ith e'er heard such fearful rackt: such ('a claoging, whnging roar, suddtnilV a iimomenlt's silence: then that featrftul noise once morei ; amn I relnly in old Turkey facing allied cannon's hI I,int: anl I ill old Vulcan's v' -rk'ks lhop,, ~'r ton It still i ,n my rom;i slowly I cInme -ack: f'rom dreamland, lnh my sleel,- , 'es and loi! I lam lying iin I l downt :it nd the l t n iso miilil es' o+ ,r t },lo : ;, ily I raise the win dl"e S ,",i 1is , verwl i lchtance' rft rest an111 ti thii it,: 'iof viist ili'trde'r are ,v- r;0 t" ill in-f y breast- ; i t s i ' -h'','glts i I r f t tll; hl ll i see I i-,r t t, ,it= ht -i tinthrwting lump c',al -'it" ii 'n, rk R\iiliam Smith i hti' t l wi b n -t i. i: ie ',.tt, i Overy witi'lt- i i ln regarl' . to- tihe system ofi- str.let LETTERS lit h tint g inthe i s i l.t t RECEIVEDi. The annl nint nt that Missoula has inl.g lod thIS BUSY v -st i and the, dtit t, lU ibar , t slune'ns i's bing wlilts with hi-re priitpt the ltters itti i it ('r1,!1 ,it " lities which are figuring 'it itit t t l insftlll in t t , ne t t ltig' Cit'-'e - i-tI. \11. ' lilth I h ' ti tiri lint ilt 'st ' i ti is o r the lii t l c m p:illy i ld .1.l:ll.8 Sydn l" iill] 11:I : aii o sn giving ant th, informiltion. "11is oitla is i ,' tintis lots ,or adi v.i rtisin' from h]r new lighting sist sai," Said Mir. Smith. "Since the s;stem has tiin t installed here I h'ave rectived ion the average oif two letters at week.'' 'tih"er cities are figuring on nt' - lighting systems and they want to F aPECULIAR --Tissil: is making alt POTATOrdel City is g .tting it gul d, al of adhvertisiliv out of thit new lights . ,i e the :ll ' i- t hit-n t i tlt'een 1110i1," that vec ,,' t r .\. ,. Frtitonstein rlsslli h.ivi. t t-fi~,lr L ; 11",' Iw o c U ied in ' i i scis e l o f 111, " 1 i t 'l c h r tt < io i 10,! r . . ,,D 1,' llian es ' M_'a st"t Il "hit f L,. 11. Iowalrd, \\h1 has r, 'si *'ll of Mi isstula t''r the 'ist 12 y ;Itrs. Mrt. lIi w'artd hi s t ylt l, l' fr Ili ' lt.ty P lro iuet cImnl "ity, a in i w tibsin ss hl''e at one time.' 11," is n,,w unr.;ing inSllu nceo. tlf. 1} ,: , rt'< id,, et>:xperi,"nce and h s is f~tlili.iri , w ith lth, n, tim ill thi ' ,' ity if he is chosnI In Lu' t-,"nn-d>'s wini,,w ~n Ili.( 'si ' a , n ,;I.. r. il ie. , , t1:1 re:tish i PECULIAR ,,n, is h:,.1v t m, e! 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'LVII friiiul in .II I.-Adv 1111 flflt'I'Tt-prsl iClisliC lift' P1'iv1 -dauhos. We Are Now Displaying & Very Pleasing Line of Christmas GOpds Below we give a partial list of our holi¶ayline. Use ful gifts that always please. They are serviceable and r of practical daily value. We have endeavored to se lect such goods as would afford both satisfaction and saving to our customers. FOR THE LADIES FOR THE MEN Toilet Sets, all kinds. L I. lalhr Tourist Cases.. Hand Mirrors, all kinds. Safelty v Lazors, all kinds. 'ine c'hristinas Stationery. EIon yand Silver Military Brushes. Manicure Sets, all kinds. Sm hkinf Sets. SImported and Donlestic Perfumes. Imtprtied and Domestic Cigars. Hair. Cloth and IInt Brushes. I' lih:lsh and Meerschaum Pipes. Johnston's AGuilt s and McDonald's Li:lther Purses, Bill and Pass uI'andies. Inks| All kinds of Toilet Waters. Llather igar antd Card Cases. I,:thr ('ord cases and Purses. sil%-.r S n.a\ inr Sets. ii nklin's Fountain Pens. Ruhlersct Lather Brushes. Christmas Cards and Letters We are agents for the famous Davis (of Boston) line of Christmas letters and cards and have a very complete line. Every lady visiting our store this week will be given a sample of our Select Lily of the Valley perfume, as long as they last. MISSOULA DRUG CO. Wholesale and Retail Druggists BESTELECTED MANI IS JOHN MORIN FORMER RESIDENT OF MISSOULA LEADS THE COUNT'RY IN MAJORITIES. .n1hin M. Morin of i'ittslitrgh, fir nertly of Miss iioula andl1 foIndllly r 'lll- I .erecd here,, will go to \Washington ill](] t [lta.. his sciat in conllgri',s as the li st- 1 ,ti.d r tprsenllntativ iv tlln I 'iitl-d I ';titi"s. This nmeans that Mtr'. Main i's iiajority, 2ff11.97 . transc,-tils thui: itien tilny otheir ca('ndidathil, t t, 1i, tershlt in tihe hInl er house. lie is e : I. ,rotgre.ssive. The Pittsburgh l'tr',s has thi,, ifi - o h owing to saiy atilit l1r. .alti'fs lov' rd-tr -it.i g." i e: . Is "The llliinc!lt -lic nt ill HRilis -ir- ht if theilt o'lTicial coit tf ithei' votes ast . n 'otnnsylVi ni tat the rei ent election I t rniiwhlt It flood of con(r.r tulaltiois to tIo o it iri, et" r ,Jthii h .' At, rin of the Iv,,irtn:lleit of Ini, lich s;afety. iThe fig- t S't hil ti iart ' ilt"d i anotherl ;t Ciituisi llf , t that lirtectr Ml riniT had i the hifgh st vtt in the stiate for coni- s fref't'altPi -l:ls This li. isi , follow-t ' ir f-lifttely t Ii. c., lutnt < t tting that 'ir'ot or M t.in i -d his lickf f in AIlf - Sh1,v ý,;t.l, , 00miscd grP Lc. llth lsia osftif l I t is fi ritttil i f' end l. ' "The ft itl-ds ofi l ilt du.clor say that t they h l\ e s...ci: l caius1' forl delight tit\.r lh." ' l.t.. ThI'f dttlitre' it stands, : ias it r .it- ; t , tth s. \\h" tried to tie-' sm:llirch the directsrl' in lth i nitdst ofi c iiir aign. T ihey iare' , tiperhaps, nst i l 'lifghtntd . tr the rtsi ll in ll ifn e ci'ilty ' . its h'to intg i ( .11i, fste' in wlhif'll thi t - dirctetor is held in his htma,-." T' h,i Pitts,-sr'l Ijl fislatchl , 'inder ft 11aishington dttt.-, r€,ll rii.e this story: Joihitn . Morin of Pittsburgh will fni o tio colligress ith t ,he record oflit givt-n aniy ninet'" Iof the text hotilse Piquanti. STi rauces shor that .11.r'ini had a total "of ils,5:n 7vo : CHILI SAUCE, ssi ach -at-lag, and his I hight sfii t i .u i tift hias 157,:f12. 'Thist gi STER COCKs i l ilj rity of 2210,975 J" iirt-. flifro 'txi s ii , cl ling lh iit Stps t.o milll rl ele t, d 1 t lr , lltll that s la to will h1:\ 0 the gt,'lre dt tai ti hies, lint they hate lost .tight of: ll.lulge such V tig, iFR, h t .' SALE OF FANCY ARTICLES. IThe l,adi.1' Ain' of, the st hristar l C i i will hold a sale .f fancy all el-.-s--}. tldoitr ..]lts, aprons, work biugs hi]d bout., .nuking -in the chiurlll prt etrs, Thklrsailay afternoon :Ind ev-ning. FUNERAL TODAY. The fnoteal of :lr s..Aull sla Zinert-l, who . .i I MIltnday morning' , will be held this aflllrn on at -2 ..'leck in tilt.' 1u ch. Il. I li,\'. (lltlit .1hertz will .lnd ,t tit , corem onlly, aund intul ml'tll will 1w in 1Missnilla c ieitctry. South Side Grocers Bell 20 Phones Ind. 420 Piquant Sauces CAPER SAUCE BOTTLE ........35¢ 't'he kinld to ulse with 1111 ttt" 1. CHILI SAUCE, each ................30 Mill.r's 'hili '4aucv , sweet and d .licih l. MANDALAY SAUCE ................354 I lilz' produtt compounded of the slpCts and herbs of the East OYSTER COCKTAIL ................25 Jist try it, that's all. TOBASCO SAUCE .................... 50¢ Hot enough for th( coldest day. " TOMATO BOUILLON ............3O Fine for Meat anld Soups. WORCESTERSHIRE ................35' Lea & P'errin's, the standard old cvariety. fri Iill THE WRONG SAUSAGE KILLS VANSTONE so MISSOULA MAN DIES AT LOCAL is HOSPITAL FROM STRYCH- cit / NINE POISONING. Sil William uVanstone, aged 45, is dead of of stryehuine poisoning, taken som ne a time during the early hours of yes- oC ttlrdtiy at his home, 121 trlin avenue. I. Il diedlt at tile Northern I'Pacific hlos- Its tital at : ou'cloek yest,'rday iafter- thi unon. It is inot knowIn whether or not sot lIt' t i-k the Itliisiin with suicitll in- Phl tent, hut, as he writhed in pain, Van stnle told the hospitall Iphysicians that Lii ihe had "fixed'' a satusagie *for a dog"' 1 and then hadl eaten the siolf'sane sau- Lil s.-g' Iy miistlake. He twas alone in the of ihouse at ith, time and, he said, could at call no on tio his assistance. Here is 'I't11 the i-tory of this case, as it was told Si' to I'runter Slarsh: i't 'riiming Route from the business dis- A'1 tricit attt:' niight, Vuntistontie sloppedl - at the bi ioe i-f it marrietd daughter, - Mrs. l, nnis Ndtleaut, on North fiourthl strut-. h'Iiere he ate a midnitight lunch, puart of tt hic hli insisted ofi ie-der i urstls ''i1 t tihre ofa these hie tolok lurn hrInte ] ith hi't. He was the only 'cietiu.lpl il the house that night, his ttwife and at younger daughter l ,iug at th1i Nadlttai Ironie. Itetfore he left Mrs. NadiLat residencellt, Vanstone th ureat ine to kiill tlilts 'lf, sie told the cono er. "h , otlth t hi t :," she is said ton ti titwtred, "gait Cine over fori tbreakfast ini lit,- ihe ting." Vanstone is saitd to haoe replied. "If I don't come, At niton hle hatid tlit arrived and Mrs. Ntsiltu dis;,atchatelId sr youngest si-tir, aged abouli't 12, ti ' ee what was the matter. The'l child f'ound her father in agony. Ill instr iucted her to get [.a e int a It trr: "Ial" is Mrs. Nadltut, who . rttir as soon as ipos sible and assisted in hari ng Vansttone hurried toi tt'he hospi.. There he said thlit IIhe haid be-n i- spasms all night Iiad tall day but thiht he "couldn't fget ut tgo call iany.od:.r lte explained in detail holy he hiad slit one of the sau salesi oin ant had pr inkled its inside ithl cry stits iof St ihit ine. "I laidt it rn the table, l" s; l, "and Th etty soui I iicked one of ' i the I up an utt'e it. I guess I ost i lhal'e .ltttel holdi of the lwrong onei' It hnutsd lr poisn a dog. S ailh ll o.l'le ' stryehtnine, two thirds full, wast thIn on the table. 1\lembiers of 11 a oily have stated tl rI 'I tll--th titit tly diid not i'ell viv, 1 i'nnstine ' i-i'.f i, his threat toi kill Ihiiisit, . I Il lii', hI;t ' told tt heni intany ,'I1m s r lu thai t e 1 in'tendel d t o icom lit suici de. ( William (ll) tianstone wais well lnotln al'um lissf tla and hall many Sriends. itiie wasi i yturs athr natine ' the iocal tf h , ii tatment tt. l haild I"tn in the I mptitloy "i the Northern l's iiI i at the Nulhil lli 'iIPacific lhosplil. 11 teas just relt. i-i fromn it hoiting bList night l'ir. - , r Mutrsh notified a l. rther living i ll~ tin , Idaho, and in Multl.t tt Ill. \lan 1 ne is survived by lr Iht e dautlglht , rs, It'lree brothers, hi. w ife :mil his fault. r tnad mother. "'There will he t. , inpuest," says the Ol Oillt , tunl-es is-rei' are develop LOCAL SOCIETY German Ladies Meet. The Ladies' .id "'icilety of the Ger 1man 1 Cvltglltllial'l .Lutheran hurch will tli'll. thi, h I I'tt I nl i-i at t ihe schot ol uild.ing. ti l in, itleirs and friends ire cordially imtit' d to be present. Missionary Meeting Postponed. The regulal r it- liting f the Baptist Tldies' Missiotntry siclety which shou,\ld lbe this wteek, will be postponed until a later datt. Th'I'lere will, how ever, be a meettiing of the eadvisory botard this cvii il in the church. A Suffrage Tea. The ladies of the Sixth precinct will give in suf frage I;ut this afternoon, ruitil 2:30 i'eloli until Ii, at the home of Mrs. S. Hi. 'Itusilell, 4115 South Sixth street cast. All ladies Who are in the least interested in the cause of nqual suffrage, are cordially invited to have part in this pleasant social. meet ing. Young People's Meeting. The Young People's society. of the German-English Evangelical Lutheran church will hold a business and social meeting this evening in the school building. All members and friends will be made most welcome. A Birthday Surprise. Mrs. E. L. Ruffner arranged a pleas ant surprise for Major Ruffner, Mon day evening, in the form of a dinner to celebrate his birthday. The table was artistically decorated with Christ mas colors and about it were seated Colonel and Mrs. Maury Nichols, Cap tain and Mrs. E. B. Mitchell, Mrs. Bowen. Major and Mrs. Ruffner, Clark and Gretchen Ruffner. Informal Dinner. IMrs. Learnard was 'hostess at an informal dinner Sunday evning, in her home at Fort Missoula. Her 'guests were Colonel and Mrs. Nichols, Mr. and Mrs. Foote and Mrs. Lyons. Congregational Ladies. The ladies' Aid soc iety of the Con gregational church will meet, Thurs day, with Mrs. \V. IH. Smead at her honicl on Eddy avenue. All nmembers and friends are invited to h, present as there is mucllh work to do in con nection with the I..zauir to lbe held by the society phis week. Gough-Meeks. The marriage of Miss RiTna C ough a nd 0. P. M eelks was solminnized last evening at 0 o'clock in lh,-. honme of Mr. and .Mrs. J. 'I. Ward in Residence addition. Rev. J. W. llennett per forme.d (the ceremony in the presence of about 25 rela.tives and intimate friends. Mrs. Newell hough.i played l- ndelssohn's "\Wedding March" for the entrance of the bridal party. The bride wore oi r traveling suit of dark blue clth witwith ht and gloves toin match. MTr. and Mrs. Meks left last evening for their wedding jour ney, which w\ill be an extended one through Arizona, California asnd old Mexico. They expect to return to their home in Frederick, Oklahoma, some time in the spring. Mr. Meeks is a, prominent business man in that city. Simes-Harrison. Miss Villa C. Simes of Ifadley, Mimin.n and O. T. Harrison, assistant cashier Sof the fmtnmers' and Merchants' State e bank of Plains, were married at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon in the manse of the Presbyterian church. Rev. J. N. Maclean, D. D., performed the ceremony. 2Mr. and Mrs. Harri t son will go today to their home at Plains. t Lina Sewing Circle. Mrs. Charles Heckler entertained the - ina Sewing circle of the Daughters of Herman-n lodge, yesterday afternoon : at her home on North Fifth street. s Timhe members present were Mesdamnes 1 Schatz, WValterskirchen, Wagner. flerweg, Hul.iert, Schilling, Biickel, \ Wright, Lathrop, Borman, Matischew - - - THE CREAT CHRISTMAS ST ONLY 12 SHOPPING DAYS LEFT Best Dolls You Ever Did See Priced at Only 95c IN An importer's and wholesaler's sample line of dressed dolls-about seventy-five all told-that if bought in the regular way would sell at $1.25, $1.50, $2.00 and up to $3.00. Included are girl dolls and boy dolls dressed in up-to-date fashions, character dolls and dolls of all na tions dressed in native costumes, "Playmate" and "Baby Belle" dolls and many others. Make your selections today, before the lot is picked over or sold out entirely. HELP FOR FAILY W QFFTS Gifts for the home are welcome in every household and may be given as individual gifts or to the whole family collectively. Most families appreciate a pretty and useful article for the home far more than small individual gifts which are of no particular use to anyone. Carving Sets Ramekins Metal Wares Sterling Silver Mantle (locks Al-rm (Clocks (offee Percolators .Sets of Forks Steak Planks ('offe rcosrsir Dishes (hafing Dishes Bronzes or Pottery Jardinieres Toast Racks Dinner Gnngs Crumb Trays Cut Glass Knives and Forks '':ondlesticks Casseroles 'ilveor Plate Flower Vases We gladly lay any purchase aside. All goods bought of us are engraved by us free of charge. Kohn Jewelry Company Florence Hotel Building ROAST A RIB Or broil a steak, or fry a chop-no '1 - matter what kind or cut of meat, if you bought it from us it will be juicy and tender. There are no I choice cuts in this shop to be told at fancy prich. All our meats are of high quality and bring fair lIrices. We lose no customers, but we gain new ones all the time. MONTANA MARKET 509 South Higgins Ave. Phone Bell 331-Ind. 766. ,I • sky, B3lindauer, S'og-l, HornshbI, wl Bishop, Kunz; Misses Anna Schatz as and I'reda Heckler, while guests cf the le~ circle wern Mesdamnles Ross, LaT- so Grandeur, Stowe, i'rcund, Saeger, .Me- so Donald, Murphy and Pulliam. After; of a lively gaml of whist wats played of and prizes awarded, there was a. wi tempting lunch served by thle hostess ar assisted by her daughter. A feature in Iof tlhei pleasant affair' was a surprise sp for, Mrs. Theresa, J. Wa\'terskirelen be who served a long and successful term as president of the circle. Mrs. Heck ler made a clever speech and pre seonted Mrs. \Valterskirenlr1 with a solid gold brooch bearing the emblem of the order of Sons and Daughters of I-Herminnl in colored enamel. Not withstanding her complete surprise and confusion, Mrs. WValterskirchen managed to make an alppropriate spelch of grateful appreciation of the beautiful remembrance.