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Next to Postoffics. BELL OR -PHONES--- IND. 64 CLEAN-UP SALE Soap .ilet and laundry so.p (Sa ,t do \\n 1I sll at no profit 1o us. t;al8nnic \\ ý,Vhit Violet Glycerine, highly pe'rfu.ed t rilet c li, . i,. . ... . ... 2 ,;li~, 1 nl d , scotch oI:l tme;l toilet p, " ............... 2 5 WILLIAMS' SHAVING SOAP 3 Bars 23(k SALEt inl.' :i. Sea tL lin ;"'* :, P r S nril r.... . 1 10 d on< Slalvins DR!ED FRUIT The Start Takes More Time Than the Race anld he there It lh,' finish. Three per cent. Interest on Savings. The First National Bank Missoula, Montana CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $400,000.00 We Dive P iretty Deep T, ,t , iin t i I .!dl' '"I t i : Uhis - . ",, I , a _ ,. I " - - " II - '· , i:.;: '" . ,t O ., , Centra.. e l Market , Koopman & y Wissbrod ý West Main St. Phones: Ind, 471 Bell 15 J. W. LISTER Stationery, Blank Books and Office Supplies. 114 East Main Street. Rowland, the Jeweler Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry Special Attention Given to FINE WATCH REPAIRING ii ; : t : l.x i .i Take Your Prescription to Smith's Drug Stores Agents for Eastm;in Kodaks Koken's Barber S:pples F. A. Mix 6 Sons GROCERS Wood, Hay, Grain ancd Provisions HENLEY, EIGEMAN & CO. GROCERS 115 Iiggiin ,.,, ,s , 3ell Phone Fi; inr. 'hn r The Best of Everything in the Maro:'t W e have solmi iii:, nl'll'i. ,i apartments for rent ;t i'1.10 ;n I month. McINTOSH & FISHER 115 Higgins Avenue. INSURANCE Fire, Life and . (!ii i: t Insurance and t I ; al 1l:st:t National Surety Company Dan H. Ross Hoyt-Dickinson Piano Co. Kurtzmann, Knabe, Baby Grand piaor, musical instruments and sheet Next to Golden Rule Store. Sn the run Abeut Townt I tiiljt pr.i " f him ,ll o tir tI 1ld T uI', bl. 1ih a grin: I like til 111:1 \\Nth ~ lawl-h.: .1t It'It<" IT'S A ahl li , just (is CINCH I 'Limr t \h,'1 h,.ls his I w il mit at :-.v- the ill tl \0 . ,) t ills - hl Itttt1 . \h d i 't I isls i n Iv ; r h te ' in \"h ,-; t lY." S\t1 :l il l i ` II :I':::: . I.;It"l" \"I. i V ll t, , ':ill s; ' i: , " l*I·l \\, l1 h i': ;t :i ,r 'ill ;'- . 't',' iI !ltt ','. th I ' r ;', t . itit I ' ll ;tI? i I ,l I It i i il I " , I, t Ig itit him lit AG , ,i t i t' I, til I.t 'F,. to r ,, tI\ .''It fl. it it . It i n ' I t ittt il i I ht iI ' . ' l , , til ' GETTING ' - 11 h1 ; ~ i II: i \ltl ', ' \, , t t I I v 11 1' i 1, l S ill . , _' " ,Ilil - : - Ut t, " .. • 'i 1;, !' .'1'1 t e , - !n t it . rnl f.f : i] :: r, . · :,. r t ; th t i , t ,l t i n h l - , "' 11t1 , I ,' , t " id -1 ;t l f." 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' bll zu", ll .f tht Prl \ hyt eri an i h rch t ill 1 .1 tl :It the' church triblay ;mul a:iturday :1-fi 011001'n)Jlt 8.10 e¢VenIinlgs, in .olnnlecttion[ iWe Are Now Displaying a Very A Pleasing Line of Christmas Goods Below we give a partial list of our holiday line. Use ful gifts that always please. They are serviceable and of practical daily value. \\'e have endeavored to se lect such goods as would aifi.rd hoth satisfaction and saving to our customers. FOR THE LADIES FOR THE MEN T hil't S'ts, all kinds. r ",urist Cases, fand M1irrors, all kinds. I::w rs, all kinds. I.(ie Christmas Stationery. ., l . ilver Military Brushes. ,ani, ur , Sets ' all kind: t:. I i'l"'rt d l 'D m lsti Perfumes. l.c1 )om, stic Cigars. I ir, th and lint rushes. iindl Mcers lauin Pipes. I. hnstl tn's tuiLh's andl Mclnnald's 'I rses, Dill and Pass 111 kinds of TaýiloT t \\Waters. 'r antld Card Cases. i i ' rd 'cases ind- ses , i. Sets. 'n-lin's l"-untain Pens. T:Un Pi, u r t LIther PIrushes. Christmas Cards and Letters We are agents for the famot: : lavis (of Boston) line of Christmas letters and cards nJd i.have a very complete line. Every lady visiting our stor 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 '` v, it the, '(:tt of ('htristl tInIis nov ll ti,,s, fait y and a us ft l u 'l tic. s, the la(]iti will se'rve' tea ritl:tdy afternoon and a c(hi('lke'n dinner Saturdt y ev\'ening, froml 5 tt't'lt'toJ until S. Deitz-Tallman. Miss Laurta M. ])eits and R. A. Tall nman were married last evening at S o'clock in the pastor's study at the C(hristian church. Rev. Harold Griffis f tierf~'orltll the(' ceritamony anid Dr. and Sirs. E. P. Il incatn \were attendants.. AIr, and Mrs. TIallman lcft later in the \v'xelling for 'New York city, where Mtr. Ta lliinan will (,iengaget in his plr'fes.sif n as expert accounliltant. 'The bride has Ibcn head milliner for the Missulat Mercantile company-n during her t o years of residence ini thie city, anlid iht is a general favoritre I llnl.: ' hAih friends and ac(itnaintatnccs, lietr hoil' is in Akron, Ohio. Open Meeting. Thet LInd-a-lland s. ityi \,ill hold ill open 1 ioting thistlt ' n'n I th,' "il''ar, I t of tc thot"'ti.i.- c lhu c . Therl' , v ,,ill c a i h ti l: stin ' p t';ror t of songs, rt cital t l i ills a lc : lI'" ,e sal, 1. The ent erti 'tiia a litit is in ch: rge of tM rs. Moelh rs section of the society. For Mrs. Sears. M r:;. \\V. I. I`l t t ii l:lit ll ' (tIi i-t C.00-, ladies yesiit ' it y It, I,'tnoot i cn!lnlim'nt to Mrs. A. W. iear '. A1cis,, M 1sat \\h i ro \M rs.1. "s.';,h , '1,:phy. 'Th," go l. sts, A1.. (1atl s i i ';IIF1 :r', I11t rlh't, N vc tlinhib, For It I, I 'te .h l ln , I itnersl ' l, t' , ('' r1 I' it , I('i' lalt I t a ct I )1't1till. \' S itd ti.tli tlt lunch l 1s sort/ed 1t the cl::l tan f th I'tl iil' l t hili'l \vIts I itni h deliciItls hyi the l ladi,,s ass' blt d. A Musicale. .Mli ie lnitng tMill is olld .Artd b r n n-ll i : ; i l tsic l i' t e lil a t thMir itil'er 1antilM Bixthc Sr .Et n h Belnor of20 their guests, . (,420 Piqu an and iest Saucf idll, Alil:ll.,ane l ICnHLIs SAUCE1',lotfr of1,k.... ecesh . t WVhilit' ' , lesst\i"i Wta , , iien Ait11 [L i"I\ ' It, lr t t h i 1 i t tt, . l\iu f tti l t int . OYSTE. . . COCKTAILo. Mr. .ml Mrs. TotLt e ll\. AIr. :nlh Mrs. NAe, \ell (} hu hl anit \ , ,rs:. It "y ]: ily a i N. 1. in Ilt, \' ¢ .,',, 1in 1t ,"1 inl t h a tf 11( r Complimenting Miss Todd. , :lirl. I& 'n , I',i:u',m tlne tarrtitrd ind in h ,.r h,, ;'" I n Il,. t'1 0:llirsl . I ,'; - , h, ,'-t \ ,,s .i.-; ':\.t T oidd I 't ,, lllld ,Iti, l. : Eu I l aI t, .T o dh l \1', 1' , I,, .1. lI,,, nd , F''ra nk I r,,, ;. " '. - (t ., i' I t - t, l : I a-t It Ron lI , E:dnl Miss Pow'er and Mrs. Bandmann En tertain. \.I :i:,h : l i, r :, . ld .lr '. 1;lr "y '. 'I : . \ . i t~h ' I ' ll/' of . -, I'l' :,\ -l t". M i<' Vllb n't ,,tn o n d >i b ' Aimee [tes South Side Grocers Bell 20 Phones Ind. 420 Piquant Sauces CAPER SAUCE BOTTLE...... 35r 't'he kind to uIse with mnutton. CHILI SAUCE. each ............. ..3O1 k l'. (.S C'hili ;:rauce, swe-t and MANDALAY SAUCE .............. 35 tit t . . ,it's . nttd htrbs t.f the East OYST ER COCKTAIL ................ 251 ."J ut try it, that's all. TOBASCO SAUCE .................5O ` lt, t t in, gh for the coldest day. TOMATO BOUILLON .............301! Iii:,, fr," M t't :|id Soul)s. WORCESTERSHIRE .............35Ct it Le . & er'riln's, the standard old variety. mndi .r. 1'ii,,d. Mrs. Hugh Forbis also I .... ,, - Ridgeway during her r:,:.e h,, ;n i;~ atun. The guests, Miss Ridg'\' . .:. li-s ] tesnlond, Mrs. Ed 'l > ',.Ir and Mrs. Hugh For ris: N,':: . Stven.: and Myers; the Lust , : , `.:T. itd Mrs. J. E. Power, Mrs. i l;"(inan: :ald Edna Power, went dirn-til ir.n:i tihe Ilanois theater it ti'" 1, r i,. .n whOre a tempting ;r·al .\s r.dy in a table beauti it, 1 in pink. Following the siy'ti' ill'!, \,s ita dl:lightful seasoni " \i.~ liich was enli\veined by rii, r;,i 'i < anld iterptretive dane inl by Lt1 I' ii'ted p rsons prese>nt. IFrat fifltl-n"ent smoke, five cents. -Adv. I YI The reduced prices on Overcoats are still in force A E'VE taken out the overcoat display to accom modate the large display of gifts for men that you'll see in our windows today. The following re ductions on overcoats will hold good until wee've reduced our stock to normal: All $20.00 Overcoats $14.50 All $30.00 Overcoats $20.50 All $22.50 Overcoats $15.50 All $35.00 Overcoats $23.50 All $25.00 Overcoats $17.50 All $40.00 Overcoats $28.50 All $27.50 Overcoats $18.50 All $45.00 Overcoats $32.50 This large, exclusive men's store is. now in readiness for Christmas shoppers and a look at our win dows, or a half hour in the store will convince you that this is the place to buy his gift, if you would make the man's Christmas merry. : -ONi MISS MAY SUTTON IS MARRIED NEW KIND OF "MIXED DOUBLES" IN TENNIS IS C'REATED BY A WEDDING. .Los Angeles, Dec. 11.-A new and Ilorrnm:l nt "mixed doubles" was foermed tonight when -Miss May Sutton former worllc's champion woman ten nixs hly',a.r, became tile bride of Thlom as Clark lundy. national doubles champion .with Maurice McLoughlin of San .'r:ln'isco. The marriage of the tennis players took plu ant ('thrist's lpiscolpal church, Pev. Baker P. Lee performing the celrmllony in the tres. nce of many I lguets. lis- I' lirnce Sutt1on, a sister of the bride, 1ind also a well-known tell niS ay .er, a(ted as maid of honor, and Mr. ndy w\\'s attended by Simpson Silne.ha.g.thll, wlvho also is proniinent on ('aliftrnia tennisn courts. A l't1.r the cer rtn mny there was a Wveddling sulpper at tl ho1111me in this city of the lbride's father, Captain A. Sutton. Mlr. Bundy conducts a realty 1usl ness here. CHICAGO ITALiAN MURDERED. Chicang, )Dec. 11.--Joseph Santoro, an Italian, was shot : andt killed tonight by an assailanlit whl crlept up bhcind him, fired two bu1llets into the back of his head and es1caped in spite of I the fact that the crimen was witnessed. by 20 persons. The motive for the crime is not kn\own.. A sister (. San toron hblieves it was ollmmitt'."l bIy a former rival in love lwho had boeen fol lowing him for years. SALE OF FANCY ARTICLES. The Ladies' Aid of the Christian church will hold a sale of fancy artl cles-boudoir caps, aprons, work bags and home cooking-in the church par lors, Thursday afternoon and evening. -Adv. NOT ICE. New stock fish, 3 K Norway her ring and Lingon berries at Broman's, 622 Woody street.-Adv. SHELP FOR FAMILY 6i1 TS Gifts foithe home are weldome in everyliousehold and may begiven as individual gifts or to the whole family collectively. Most families appreciate a pretty and useful article for the home far more than smtill individual gifts which are of no particular use to anyone. Carving Sets famekins Metal WVares Sterlihg Silver Mantle Clocks Alarm Clocks Coffee Percolators Sets of Forks Steak'Planks S. IF ern Dishes Chafilng Dishes Bronzes .r Pottery Jardinieres Toast Racks Dinner Gongs Crumb Trays Cut Glass Knives and F'or's ('andlesticks Casseroles t:ilver 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 SPECIALISTS IN Picture Framing 430 Different Mouldings Latest Patterns Lowest. Prices Simons Paint and Paper House