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CONSOLIDATION UNIVERSITY UNDERGRADUATES UNANIMOUSLY ADOPT PRO POSED PLAN. The students of the University of Montana dec;lred themselves unani mously in favor of the consolidation of the state's institutions of higher learning yesterday. A mass meeting of the students body was held at the regular assembly hour yesterday morning for the purpose of discussing consolidation. George Arinitage pre sided over the meeting and outlined its lmrposes. Paul Dornblaser argued for the move from the athlete's point of view; turton Smead spoke for the engineers: Miss Mildred Ingalls pointed out the advantages to ha gained for the department of educa tion; Miss Alice Mathewson asked that the girls be given .t chance to study donestic science without learv ing the state university, and Lucius Fo'lrhs considered the malter from the poinit of viiewi of the school to be. La fiue Sinittl's was the concluding speech. HIe sketched the future 'ni Tersity of Molntana in glowing terms allld then presented the following reso lutions, which were adoptetld.twitlhout a dissenting voice: Wh.-reas, A state-wide mov\ement has beenr inaugura ted to tconsolidate the four state institutions of higler education ill Mlontana; alnd, IWhereas, Such a einsollidted untl versity wou\ld have a nation-wide standing; wotuld confer td.grees which wouldt be in a par with those of any othter great university in the nation; would, throiigh conitentration auld spe clalizattion, enorlllullil y increase the efficiency of higher education in Mon i tana; w\\ould, beecalse of its costlmnpofli tlain spirit and greater opoilrtutniti.es for academic and athletic pursuits, be of untold adva:nt:age to thet youth of lMontanl, and wouitll bt, of grea'lt eco nomic tadvantage to the state as a whole; and, Whereas, The state board of educa tion has approved unaninmously the plan for consolidation with the object of creating a greater University of IMontana, and has slibmnlitted the pro posal to the Montana legislature; and, Whereas, Edulcators, teachers, col lege men and business men in every part of Montana have volced their earnest indorsement of the nmovement and have everywhere pledged their moral and politlical supplort to the cause of securing the necessary legis lation to make consolidation possible; and, Whereas. The fate of the mo\vement for ,onsolidation rests with the legis lative atssembly, now in session tit Helena, andt its action will be larg,-ly based uipon a consitderation of the tt titude and opinionit of those inl Motn tiana nmost directly concernetd with higher ueducationi; and, ,Vhereas, This movement is.of vi tal concern to every biody of studentl in instittiions of higher learning in Miontana; anti, Whereas, RWe, as a body of students in one of these institutions will de rive, In commnnon with the studenl t bod iesof oursister institutions, the great est degree of benefit fronl conisolida tion; thlerefore, be it Itesolved, That we, the students of the lUniversity of 'Montana, in special Iassembly, earnestly and templlhatically Itiduorse the plaln for consoltldatiotn and for thel estalblisnhment of a greater uni versity and ptledge ourselves individu ally to active effort in this behalf, to the end that thei legislation lnecessary toi ctonsuninutiate the prullosetd plan nmay be enallctd at llh present session of thie legislature. PHILHARMONIC CONCERT. At the meenting of the Philharnlonhe siett\. nilii(da.y even\ing, it was de cidtd to prepare the beautiful "Hymnn of 'Par:di.se" by it 1ndelssolin to sing before ti1he lub1li abo.ut inext Easter. ]Rhtlearsals will be held as hItretuifoire, ion Mlontday evenings, at the Mlissoula club rtollms. A cordial invitation is extended to all peIrsons \ \ho sing to join the Philharnmic sociely. BURIAL IN DAKOTA. The bolildy of \lrs. Warr.in F'armer was brought into iss.iuta last etvn ing from .\ltierton,l were she' tied yes terdaiy Iin. TheI renutits will btI shillpped ta today i outh Dlakota for burial. THE BEST TEACHER. Old Experience Still Holds the Palm. iFor reat practicial reliahility and toniitlhing to s\\nar tiy, sexperilencet- tlaiit ol exp t erieince--is aiblte, to carry i lig tnad yet withount gettiig sway backetd. A o estern womanl fontd sine things aboul t fitd from (thlt I'1.lerilltnce a good, reiliable t oleacher. Stit \\irites: "I thiiik I htiae tused talmost evexry breakfast food inaunfactiredt , but nonle eqilual ttraltpe-Nuts in llily esti.i a tion. "'1 was greatly tuth'ritd ivithi wek stonmacih and indigsation ,, with fi)ormiia tioin of gas aifter eaitliig, andI tri.ed many remedies for it but did ntit find rellef. "''ThIen I decided I must diet alitl sue If I coultd iuvercolu.e tiihe difficulty that way. My cthoi.ce of fotitl was iGr lipe Nuts lbecaiuse tlhe doctoir told itme I could ltnot digest starchy flood. (rape-Nuts food has been of great benefit to tie for I feel like a differ ent piersonl since I bIleguln to et it. It is Wionderful to meit hots stronig tay nerves hlve become. I advtise' every one to try it, for experience is the best teaclhr. "If you have any stomach trouble can't digest your food, usle raupe Nuts food for breakfast at least, and you won't be able to praise it etnough when you see how different you feel." Name given by Posture Co., IBattle Creek, Mich. Read the little book, "The Road to Wellville," in pkgs. "There's a Reason." Ever read the above letter? A new one appears from time to time. They are genuine, true, and full of human interest.-Adv. IMPROVED IRRIGATED Farm Loans THREE, FIVE, TEN YEARS With Privileges GEO. F. BROOKS Real Estate and Loans First National Bank Building LOCAL BREVITIES Marsh, the undertaker, phone 821. Adv. Frank Hobard of Potomac is ill at St. Patrick's hospital. Dr. Willard, osteopath, lit Natl. bank. -Adv. tilis O. I1-yt goes to Butte today to look after business mutters. Roundup coal. M. R. C. Smith, rooms 206-208 Montana Bldg.-Adv. IMrs. Lizzie 3'Murphy of Carlton spent the day shopping in Missoula. Stenographer Dawson, Montana Blk. -Adv. Attorney T. N. Marlowe went ye5 terday to Rinan on professional alut h1'SS Achor, piano tuner. B-823 orange. Adv. M r. and Mrs. J. A. Shawi caine into the city yesterday from their homin at Gold C('reek. Humane society. Call up 899, red or black. P. 0. box 60. R. F. D.1. Adv. Mrs. Henry Greenhood and little son have gone to (;reat F';lls to visit for a few weeks. Try a load of Hell Gate coal, $5 a ton. Fred tlensolt, manager. Oifftlee, Shapard hotel.--Adv. Mrs. (`. W. Nortltist has returned from Sikan n, \v lhre shlite Is beoni visiting for a wiek. Dr. J. Louise Smith, osteopath, Ma sonic temple. Phone .18; res., 533 red. -Adv. Mrs. Rose Gemmiell is hire from Garnet visiting Mrs. (. M. Matthews at her home, 635 Woodford street. Trinity hospital, 317 Woody. Bell phone 316 black.-Adv. M r. and Mtrs. Chris Tandherg Ihave taken the ,house at 939 West Spruce street for their place of residence. Dr. Anna James, osteopath, Higgins block. Phone 834 black.-Adv. Mrs. R. A. Mead and little daugh tcr, Anhnie Loreta, of Victor were guests yesterday at the Florence holtel. Fresh roasted coffee daily. D. & 10. -Adv. II. 1 . W. anvig, a fire Insurance ad Juster. cia e f'rol Hll iutte yester'daly to l,,k after business imatters in Mls SOulla. Newtonl II. Schwelker, optical spe cialist. Rooms 203-205 Montana B1lk. Adv. Mr. and Mrs. IIenry Grover of IIm Ilton were in Missoula: yesterday, while on their way to C'aliforniia for the winter. Handy scratch pads and walter checks for sale at The Missoullan of flce.-Adv. Stiatet Hlrliculturlst Mt. L. Dean hast gone to Helenai and ilth onstern part of ithe state for a few days on official 'S. W. Hudson, chiropractor. B. & A. Bldg. Any disease. Examination free. -Adv. Josep'lh Iaviland iwas abtle to ha:live St. Patrick's IIhosital yest(erday, just about recovered after his second op-Il Money to loan on ranch and city property. H. D. Fisher, 113 E. Main street.-Adv. Miss Ruth tUrlin of this city is re ported confinled to her bed hy illlness at Portland, fir'., where she went re cently to visit. Dr. Riesland, eyesight specialist, will he at the Palace hotel, Jan. 11 to 25. Consultation free.-Adv. Frank ('amrpbell returned yesterday to his work at Notre l)Dame college In Indiana, after a vacation visit with his parents in this city. Miss Ltorena Hills, ait profession l nurse who .hit.tt iet ii ll itt St. Pat rick's hospital for the( last week, is reported now much better. See Miss Smith, 324 Daly avenue, for fancy dressmaking; up-to-date styles; first-class fit and finish. Satisfaction guaranteed.-Adv. IDr. \Whiting of Alberton, who Frokie his leg sotmo tlile ago and ihas iwoi in St. Patrick's hospital since, re tullrled to his home yesterday. Miss Victoria Ham n lr of ThBul to stopped over to visit friends in M11s soula 'sistcrdlay while on her way homeI from a vacationI trip to Ta Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. F. At. Lowel len of l'lai;tins, a boy baby. Mrs. lw ellen, who was formerly Miss lbla I'lagiIl of Missoula, is at lthe' T'riity hotspital Mrs. Edward Soiuci of Albertoni, who has beitn ill at St. Patrick's htoslital, was alie to leave Ithe hoslpital yester day. Sih, will remaitn at the Shapardl hotel durinig her convalesctence. Miss Helen Orvis left yesterdaty Illrnitg flor Slpokan,, to continllut hIer studies at llrunut Hall, after slpending the holiday vacaittiin ith h er parentls Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Or\ls. Miss tEdythe Ziegler, who lhts beiti stenograplher in the office of Atoir ney. Hall & Pattersoni, leaves this morning for nai lego, ('al., to join her ptarents, who went froim helre three years ago to make their hotae in that city. F'rienid in Missoula have received tannllouncemenlit of the birth of a dalugh I ter to Mr. and Mrs. W. P. 1)unlhivy, last Sunday, at their -home in San Diago, ('al. Mr. Dunlevy was, untili recently, nanager of the Alloluloltt orchard at Lolo. Nathaniel E. Wilkerson of I)arby applied yesterday to make preemptiton declaratory statement on 155.33 acres including the west half of the south I east quarter and the southeast quarter of the soutihwest quarter of section Sale Coats Two Lines of Winter Coats .back Searantes ttew I os atO cats now for ow,-third less: n0.O (',its for $35 .50 $:7.50 (Ioitsi for $25.00 Thrown Into a Colossal Bar- 75 gain Sale Just When You Need Them the Most--Come! 65 Coats That Actually Sold Up to $25.00 the unwary buyer, but a most truthful statement o" fact. We actually offer for your choosing one big batch of heavy winter coats that are marked in a regular way up to S$25.00. The lot consists of chinchillas, diagonals, two toned fabrics, black broadcloths and black caraculs; the black caraculs are guaranteed full Skinner satin lined. They come in all the sizes. 100 Winter Coats That Sold to $17.50 on your part. Nearly 100 fine quality winter coats, made of novelty weaves, two faced materials and black Melton cloth. This lot of coats " should command much attention from the women who seek coats to last the balance of the season, because of the lowness of the price in comparison to the quality. Any sized woman can be fitted. Fur Sale The Half-Price Fur Sale is n now ad Dress Sale We offer a line of corduroy dresses you should come for furs. worth $12.50 for ............................Six Fifty SWEATERS WAISTS _ HOSIERY OUTINGS At a BBEST THIS LOT At a Barain Price At a Bargain Price For the Children. Our 12 1-2c Quality. \\' u, is f ,' ;ll-\',,; MILLINERY IS A BIG s\t,',:'., : t h.i :u."tr, .ti :All Dnrn, lines w'aists that HERE B 1ARGAIN \\' n khitHtER l n " ra \V, h;Er ;tiin , 10 full Eieoes \ r ..' l. au la ' lr ,\ i5 lhavo snl in .u1r st k 1 - hfI h- I V y "ily i il t at r . - ines . ' I ' u r r11· l'( l r 12 ]-:e pll ilnl $.... . . s..... . .rlv fr $I . to , 1 s, n" A sale of fine felt hats 1h a nll y -'r, . :, ,itý .n. - m in cr(' . . ting l, ns , f i, , i.n shuls if the. i ll .a.r , t uit.,l,l - for the sm all price of .. .....0 t ill , .,, i h,, i 1t ,I,, . f tii t.a, ',, ; it is the f .ra , t.1 11 , ,' ird; altg,,th rt it is i v ry Values $2.75, $3.00, $3.75. h i, up now for" 3 lirts ,m . l,.t and lma'h st oif its class $339 ,t $2.69 L irgu an salo r in these itlt hats; Moust 17C by thu sin9 1 .*. ' ther t n. . $ 3 .\ ,l ," 1h ,11 c , ,t \- I a"11~ t tol I,"uise is p:il ,l ;9 iini ntii' lih-i.l 'li'n ar tiuly n t" rg:t int lit. Fine Lace Bandings Missoula's Best Shoe Store Novelty Trimmings oe LThree 1)ollar Shoes for y rm OUR STOCK OF FINE HIGB-GRADE LACE BANDINGS l"women; Three Fifty ENTIRE STOCK OF FINE NOVELTY TRIMMINGS AT "/3 LESS. 'Tis an elegant stock of Shoes for men; this is / handings, too; just right for use our long suit on shoes. now; by fancy trimmings, we now on evening or party gowns , h s.. , :, , \lous, too ,hs t in ,in , mean hbeaded goods, novelties and ,r liter on, when you come t t t , . put everything not spoken of as or later on, when you come to all that. s "II,,h, , t," + I th,,. h,,',`, andl y gt t 1 (all o ft ,, strictly staple braids, our trim make up your spring, and summer garments; stricty stap raids, our trim the stock we offer here consists for the most ming stock is noted as being the best as. t of macrae andins aoons an ed and highest class of any in Missoula. pares f aram n7dingshe aloos we Prices ranging from 50c to $10.00 a yard. edges, from 2 to 7 inches wide; 50c to $7.50regularly. You can own them now for one-third less. 3 nIof . i, cull :l I.. "%t . h \\p' li| ationa \\;IS :ill \1. d. All the hcaliltfl h: m l-enthroid..red art pi.c-s wiill e sold a I aictual cost In prtpn a.tion Per th., slrint; lines. IIn 30 days Inow-v finisheldt noilels wiill iil trodluce- tli. art twork at Marl ii's nov elty antl style shop, back iof Sandli navlan blank.-Adv. |lulolhy \l. \V.,;,nII,,'r r Trntn I 'lre, k aitp lidI fin ]liIt lllist-itld Hit. ir. il n Ift arm'fs ill the . stllll lll tt1 ,li flrllI t l ([the Il( tll' t s,. nn l'rttl' :11 1 t h. lnl lrtheast jlutf r ,f the siit-t\i.t ulrter of S:. I'l. t ID t- i [ }tshil. C\\ ,: tIl , q Orl "T"'he ;i: 1 h'1 .tlll l :;ts I'' PRESS AGENTS TALK OF THEIR SHOWS "The Kiss Waltz." 'I'h ' re-nollell eld hrillty, \',lhsk.1 .Su1 ratt, .\ilth her ittl t f t' l'lo ' t1, -r ,n1- ti1ty, ill tit N owt Yto i (t';ti ill-l 1t i - cal sul ess:, "Th," Kiss \\',i:z," \\ill hc; thlle :itllIa tion ir t itll, i1. Ilin i tl.tll i', t"l'iday, .Jiiitti l' ItI. N-ti Y, k K It.s toll ll ;nl .' C hi nic t riti '. w .\ I 'ul II lli nlioits in dtiec hl"tit "'h. Kill \Vitz" toi te e.' t ll to the t l siii.t , a 0 fis - rie-.rt s of Gilb ert and Silli\au. It, id, s lh, h"v. I slati hl r'.r l', h111. e, l itl- fe"., tLres alr a nltl h lble sul.plortIn il < ",,i 1 1;11.%, a bhoauhty ,'h ,ruo aill l.leb ,r s-'nic euilnit1, tcll 1 , ; I a i gr, c, oils ar ray of the ll t l'etsliions fit J .i dion :ld Paris gowns. Th.. spt ri-ling, brilliant \ ' i ,, r ,. oper., that !,ailly has :I ... I .. , credit, which is a i1,,,.-It, in III1 s,.li;:11 illi. .l'lll Hf U it IlINS 1.4.11 NN -w I I I v li 1 - 1., .54 154 c nfl. NI!'. At :'-i: Isis. "o I'hr in I air: Ilion It s 'I - story 1*n4I · its . I'" ·rrr · to1 t hI e , '11' 115,14,1- .- .;Irill d I~llll' Ias iririli hasI I ti 4Iainl* Ih. I , H'Ii It 11 Ii is I a ,nt' I'I.r Ia. tont theirn sinlll n i I.:ri.,- ··i finds h1 1.41st r"Illr lln li It ,l (it. 40114 of 1411". \Vill thiso:il '~f It. .. y Duff, an un. sr-t'ripiil",i I 1" i .. lit, ltlrr iT Is sr...I I. . ti.lhcir is iii 4 Bil11hi to transll !, the lanfds4 11ll1 TRADE, TRADE TRADE All klnil.i , f r! ytror trae, TIf ,i~ W,11i ., .,your property V. II. Smead Company Huggins Block Phone 212 Red. Missoula, Mont. i"ýn ii fi~ii Vali, r It lini , believ lig Kin. l1 ii is t ung Ili g .0-i 1 fait i, Ir' sitr Liirt.:und hit; ulweetheart, Suit' riI iiirs liIi r Ilitbert vuicilti'S uul ail fýr ie Lnd. In the rera~n in II' th i I,' Iii - i, t ging li t riui, .IIei~ i and tAri iire largely iv ul t i inelr ·t I It'.0 >n.n I II t t tlul Sh lt fornmi 1):it sultiti i ":: tirr III \ litl ut l ',iit\ l i tl l,"ýss Is i" g irlu, l iiit I' i'-l tiut ite t dli"" i!.ittg.-i l t t it s l ii !'iilu'l . nieve r wanthaitr Ia let't zany lie shut \iten he makes th1e it uhill I gu litrh s si~ai. i Int ilui I lt., ll 1" l iii lugt" 'i"ii Tii u t 'the l0It ilr1tit ret-ut-lg t ur tl t e fu i fie uth ri;tber ::i, tutue zI\ an is-i ii pi-tglue 1'' hi t. lt eIf , i-itt xI i y the fa ithul ' itiehl' \l engt I i-tlu Iy -- -llt'un ti:tssb--- -a e alt tile (uruslli he iCeluett inligretiuunil r.a flen tunlt aItuu 'tutul. t.'rt'i\ivg . llu"iiuusr't aI. BODY OF MRS. HARRIS ON WAY TO LVINGSTON The ho)ly of Mrs. T. J. H:ar'ris. \\whoi died last \Vesk in Saln l)icg,, ..al...1a i ,rnought ihrough Missoula last ve\nin! on the way ti Livingston, .here I funeral services will blie held. A n1 - A WOMAN LOST HER HAIR AND GOT IT BACK WITH HERPICIDE ration of Airs. 1'. 'P. Nijhols, 62: Biroadu tit., Il.l it. \\Vis., her slry is never theless one of aarzing interest. "Stricken with neuralgia ad lcrysilte las, I lost all my hair. Mly dloctr rce omiendehd Newbtro's lherpieie.. I used six or eight ,lotles ld InOW have a: fine head of slightly curly light blrown hair. Not a gray hair in my head. l'lthis is the more remarkable as I am nliddll-ageud. While the results which follow the use to Newro'l s llerliidle are always more or less astonishing, they are al ways natural. lerplleide destroys the dandirultf grm, stimnlla:ites the flhow of blood to the hair follicles ant kteels the s1ip perftectly healthy. It mlakes hossiblle a natural alnd luxuriant growth carryi.ig fh ,wi' s to ho snt with the .asket to Liiingston. DIES AT ST. REGIS. Coron ier Mlarsh reieivii last night the rem ills If I)sln"t (Olson, a town charicttr i.f Stt. tegis, hlo \\as found hita tIhero ye'st erily miorning. An ef fort is )tiig mIale tio l..te relatives of the (itid aillt illl nt funeral arrange ments are not -e-t llate. if hair, except in cases of chronic haldnes'. \\.I'lh e II'liint s :aid to h(, "overy bit as ~'," as Ne tlrn's Ierpicide are 'reuilo,-tlly .ff' rid, one should insist i sn h; i.ng theo riginoi! germ do tr , a r, Ilvcl, i'ili . iThal t is genuine. It stups it 'hig ,of the scalp almost in stantly. Nit Ihr.'s Ilrpltide in 50i and $1.00 sivc's is sl, b hy all dealers who guar tntee it to do all that is claimed. If yo a re nlt satisfied your imonney will lie re'funded. Alp,lic'atiuns nimay be obtained at good barber shol,s. Send 10c in post age for sample to The IIerlicide Co., )ept. It., l)Detroit, Alich. .Missoula Drug Co., special agents. adv.