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eat Series of Gigantic Sales
Se t. . l bid bara events insti tp t ýo atqa clear out every grnyenat in stock. We expect to make these of such fortunate bargain circumstance that thrifty buyers will crowd the store and take 's aa bilt*s Osa s h ore's goodly merchandise as they requiie. We expect to build-along bigger and better lines--to make this store the biggest factor in your economies. To do this, the pressure of present stocks must be relieved. So, if yoq can use good, serviceable winter stock it big savings, come now. This will perhaps be your la st chance this season to share in such big savings. First Sale: Thursday, Friday, Saturday :iE xaExta! Extra! Extra! Extra! Extra! Extra! Mill ends of good Short lengths of good A limited lot of chil- Women's ribbed top, Women's ribbed top Boys' real good knee fancy flannel- apron gmg- dren's black black cotton wool hose; pants, bloom ettes; value, hams; value, cotton hose, 15c hose, value 15c gray heel and er style, val 1-3c a yaid 8 1-3c, at.... value, at ... at only.................... toe, at ues 75c. & 85c Women's fancy Wo tflannelette gowns Vai 0i s novelty stripes; Positively Here Are the Greatest Garment Values in the Whole City zledown Gowns ' values $1.00 each, sold At6 cafor $1.50,l7.)C .this At 69 Women's Suits and Coats at $13.95 .. 9 Sale of Fine W ool Rapidly selling them out so you will have to hurry. These are all of superior class and quality, strictly new .. • ', t and are most desirable. Don't miss them today. This is a most beautiful and serviceable line of coats I.- - lendid oductionsdefrom ider- Genuine Former Values Were as Much as $25.00 Each Women's Good down wool in plain colors or in fancy aists combination colors. These are bar- BouCOATS cle coats, plush and velvet coats, .lties, chinchill an UI Mannish bill(h sge suits, fin \\hi)peords; new fncl(s n Value1 .l gains you should not miss very Inet and stylish diagonal strilpe rousin hatgaln spe'ial rh i nt sti 'tly new :ltoh red stylesy 1, l are al distribution and every woman in Mis...il whoi has a coat to aotd suits as you 1t an by and tho price is f 'ar smaller t $350, spec Sshoul bay now. The stock is not extra large, ,r wo avise tha you y n hae lr h nd.The a r snapp ) y and 11(11, are , 11 o1 fr o mo,.n's trhs nes f\oney M isses aviation caps..........48c buy l. u y .ll ...v. Th st,,c i t t r ar..... \rtdtise th at you . I... l ..... . tr lld . i... l .... Il iiht'hth ti.. 9f ti I11 . . .. 0i1si r.l'll . ... omen's$.1,aviation capsc 1 hurry if you wish to choose. There's a credita il l v in the window clacks and a fin ie of noelti .il a and m.re i the big lista .ir . t room; mater l lThey areall first of tlleir epeckl cls for . ric.es 1 r.lts $ 50 vilt... S' il. Women's $1.50 aviations 95c bhst winter sort. sn'ppy and new, and the strles arI. 1 wre 111.00 to S$,.00. o, nin ihe. best present models; $25.00 valu$s, at............................. .. only . Extra! Extra!iExtra !IExtra Extra !Ex t ra!TExtra!TExtra! MEN'S HEAVY FLAT - MEN'S BLUE MADRAS MEN'S GOOD, HEAVY FAST MEN'S EXTRA WEIGHT MEN'SFULLWINTERWEIGHT MEN'S HEAVY FLEECED MEN'S BROWN SANITARY MEN'S HEAVY WOOL 5AVE WOOL SIRTS, 'MADE . LACK SATEEN 5 FANCY PEMBERTON 6 FLEECED LINED LINED UNION SUITS, FLEECED UNDER- MIXED SOX - THE SDERWEAR WITH COLLA; SHIRTS; BEST 75c FLANNEL SHIRS; SATEEN SHIRTS; A MADE EXTRA FULL; WEAR; SH IRT.BEST WEIGHT; IN WORTH FULLY ALL REGULAR I SHIRT MADE. SPE. SOLD ALWAYS FORI GENUINE $1.25 VALUE GRAY ONLY; VALUE AND DRAWERS; BROWN OR GRAY: $1.50 EACH, AT SIZES, 65c VALUES CIAL AT, EACH............ $1.00, AT ............................. AT .................................... 1.50 PER GARMENT 75c VALUES, FOR VALUE 20C A PAIR "Mother's Friend" Waists for Boys; Also A Big Bargain Line of Boys' Winter A Boys' Shirts, Values up to $1.00; Special A t 59c Suits; Values Are up to $6.00; Special t $2.45 'Light colors and medium dark colored waists, all made from the best of Lmaterials and are - tro ig, stri t t ol 01 n I ri boys; a ll ' 1t t itt.I c iht l h 1l i blu r Iir; Iitu m the eel'hrated "Mothers' Friend" product; also boys' good shirts with the. cuffs attached;. . an i '.1,' ti giiitittttt lit 11x11 ii i s as 11111 is $ i regular sizes. Theseo are guaranteed values up'to $1.00. They are offlered special at- I. i ' .. " " . I m " . ' - FIFTY-NINE CENTS TWO-FORTY-FIVE. .'.T.'"'".* i' LOUAL BREVITIES Marsh, the und(rtIaker, phone 321.- Adv. E. A. Gray of Helena was a visitor in the city yesterday. Dr. Willard, osteopath, 1st Natl. hank. -Adv. Mrs. WV'ods, went to 'Seattle on the Columbian yesterday. Roundup coal. M,. R C. Smith, rooms 206'208 Montana Bldg.-Adv. Fred C. Manke came into the city yesterday from Hamilton. Stenographer Dawson, Montana I1lk. -Adv. Addison Sterling of Ronan had busi ness in Missoula yesterday. Achor, piano tuner. B. 823 orange. -4dv. Andrew Carlson is ill at his home, 1701 South Fourth street, west. Humane society. Call up 899, red or black. P. O. box 60. R. F. D. 1. Adv. U. S. Schwartz left on the Colum bian yesterday for San Francisco. Mrs. Maud McMillan of o Stetson, Idaho, visited in the city yesterday. Try a load of Hell Gate coal, $5 a ton. Fred Hensolt, manager. Office, Shapard hotel.-Adv. Mrs. G. L. Midkiff of Quartz spent the day visitiing and shopping in Mis soula. J. H. McEactran returned to Mis soula yesterday after a short visit in 11elena. Dr. J. Louise Smith, osteopath, Ma sonic temple. Phone 618; res. 533 red. -Adv. A. W. Bascom of Kellogg, Idaho, was a guest yesterday at the Flor ence hotel. Mr. and , Mrs. Paul Marne4re of Frenchtown spent "he day visiting and shopping in Missoula. Trinity hospital, 317 Woody. Bell phone 316 black.-Adv. A son was bo~n5 yesterday morning to Mr. and Mrs. F1ed Hensolt at their home, 825 Hazel street. Miss Gizellh Schlossberg and her brother Herman, are both confined to their home by illness. Dr. Anna James, osteopath, Higgins block. Phone 834 black.-Adv. H. G. Hollistpeg of Darby left Mis soula yesterday ol the Olympian. He is on his way to C.limnnati. Miss Jeannette Kelley of Deer Lodge is spending a few days with her aunt, Mrs. Welling WNapton. Fresh roasted coffee daily. ' D. & E. _LAdv. Reports from M1is Ruth Urlin, who has been ill at the home of Mrs. Peter $lckuanm J FPortand, Qge., ay _t she is much better, Miss lrlin's ill ness was caused by an ulcerated tooth which resulted in a gathering in the ear that was relieved by an operation. John Voss of Florence is ill at St. Patrick's hospital. Mrs. Voss canme into the city with him yesterday. Newton H. Schweiker, optical spe cialist. Rooms 203-205 Montana 131k. Adv. 'Walter Cooper, a prominent citizen and business man of Bozeman. lspnt tthe day on business in Missoula. Handy scratch pads and wail+r checks for sale at The' Missollian .bf. flee.-Adv. A. WV. WVoodworth. formerly of Mis soula and now of Spokane, greet many of his old friends here yestei4 day. Mrs. Lynde Catlin has gone to Hel ena to be a stenographer for the ju diciary committee of the legislative as sembly. S. W. Hudson, chiropractor. B. & A. Bldg. Any disease. 1Examination free. -Adv. W. T. Elliott, an assistant manager for the International Harvester com pany, came into the city yesterday from Helena. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cannon arrived in Missoula yesterday and they expect to leave today for Los Angeles, Cal. They have been visiting in Wibeaux, and in Helena. Money to loan on ranch and city property. H. D. Fisher, 113 E. Main street.-Adv. O. E. Kenyon is speflding a few days looking up friends in Missoula while on his way to Chicago. Mr. Kenyon has been for some monlths at his ranch ill Washington. Dr. Riesland, eyesight specialist, will be at the Palace hotel, Jan. 11 to 23. Consultation free.-Adv. Mrs. Newton Woods left yesterday morning for British Columbia, Whre her husband is engaged in busiaess. 'Mrs. Woods has been visiting in Mrts. soula for the last four months. Howard K. Hollister, who has a ranch near Darby, spent some time In Missoula yesterday, preparing to leave for Cincinnati, where he will visit his father, a distinguished Ohio judge. See Miss Smith, 324 Daly avenue, for fancy dressmaking; up-to-date styles; first-class fit and finish. Satisfaction guaranteed.-Adv. J. L. Herrick has returned to re untme his duties in the Northern Pa citle freight office after going east with the remains of his sister, Mrs. Minnick, who died recently in this city. C. A. Beamarl, wh. has been caahie' in .the local office of the Wells-Fargo Express company, has taken the mes selger's run on the Milwaukee from Butte to Lewlitown. His place la the Missoula office is taken by Felix I1. gan recently of the Wells-lFargo office in Anaconda. Miss Josephine Scribner and Miss 1Emmna Lindquist, professional nurses, rettlurn(d yesterday mnorning from Al berton, where they have been caring for Mrs. Warren Farmer, who died t'sd day morning. E. IF. White of the forest service has returned fromn a three weeks' vacation trip east. Mr. VWhite visited in Massa chusetts and New I-lampshlre and came back to Missoula by way of the Grand canyon of the Colorado. All the beautiful hand-embroidered art pieces will be sold at actual cost ,in preparation for the spring lines. In 8;0 days new finished models will in -troduce tile art work at Martin's nov elty and style shop, back of Scandi navian bank.-Adv. LOCAL SOCIETY Pythian Sisters. The Pythian Sisters will meet Fri day afternoon, at the home hf Mrs. A. B. Mltxwell, 509 Brooks street. Daly Addition Mothers' Club. The 1Daly Addition Mothers' club will meet Friday afternoon with Mrs.' Earl Nowlin at her home, 1805 South Ninth street Mrs. Shorthill will present a paper on "The Use of Mkoney." and Mrs Warner will discuss the subject, "Teaching Honesty." There will be a general discussion of these two problems in child training. With Mrs. Grady. IMrs. Lawqence Grady asked a few ladies to spend the afternoon in formally with Mrs. T. C. Grady, at her homeo on Edith street. The ladies, Mesdames W. H. H. Dickinson, Mrs. Will Dicknsdn, Mrs. B. T. Nesmith, Mrs. Otis Hoyt, Mrs. Frank Oulton and Mrs. R. .B. Dodds enjoyed a good visit over their needlework and at the tea table. Bridge Club. Three tables accommodated the la dies of the Bridge club who met to IMPROVED IRRIGATED Farm Loans THREE, MFEL, TEN YEARS With PrIvileges GEO. F. )O b0KS Ref Estate and Loans First National Bank Building play the game~t, ysterday afternllln, at the homue of M rs. J. P. 'iHowe. Mrs. Arihih Price ail Mtrs. C.. A. Ittrnes were guests and thoe I ernimrs lpresent were Msidtmllllls I. S. Lusk, AgnKll.es Lombard, J. \V. S.ilttswood, J. W. it ford. A. 1W. \\'ih. x, Charles llill, IC. C. 'Mulroney, .1ihn Bonner, ('halrles Blair and IlKennet1 h IRos.i Sans Souci Club. Me Xdalnms J. I'. Williams, Nat Litl tle, Asai Willirdi, (;george Wilehx, Alex Peterson, ulmlllitrs of the SIIuns Snll(i club and Mrs. J. i. Ralndlall, a guest, spent the all'lternoon yesterday, with Mrs. It. I.. Ihit'kinbach at her Itone in Residence addition. Mothers' Club. Mrs. Iranklinl Hollenslhiier was hostess for the Mothers' club yesler day afterlnlltn ait her home oln \ood ford street. Her guests, lesid..lilltns T. A. Wihels, W. W. Wickes, Pari.s Adainics, A\lrt I ctsancsn, Ileljillijain Hayes. A., .. (f'ihon and a rnerry loiln pnny of clhiihinii were seated aboul t a charlinhigly se veil tea table to itar take of Mrs. 1 ollensteiner's hospil taility. Lend-a-Hand Society. The LT.id-al-tlllaid society will hla ientertaiined in the parlors of the Methodlist chliri h, this iafternoon, , by Mrs. Wallelir's section. A program includling ia liial solo by Mrs. low, a recitatiin iti .l1rs. Anna Matthews, a vocal solo by M:rs. Van Patton, ii piano soit~l ti1 Miss Maud McAllister, a readilnig hy .1rs. Gardiner., and a vocahlsito, ib Miss Rhea Townrsend, will h" givli all nd tea. will lie served. All frinrds a\ lii iaiy .be iinterested arei cordially ilnviteid to be present. Mrs. Moeller's Section. Mrs, Meii.ll rs s'ection of the leinld a-Hand si~lty ti elnt Tuesday after noon at thlie hilorsl of Mrs. Andrews i. l Soutlh I'rlihii street West. Twelve ladies \va r , present anal besides thli usual pllasau: t entertathment, Iheire was it Slipi -ili treat in honor of Mrs. Newton Wooiuds, wHO left the neixt morning f'or ier home in Blritish ('u lunibin. Mrs. . H. Inch, with a clever little priisentation spt ~eech, ga\'e Mrs. WoViI a silver gravy ladle ti take as a remem'llllbraLnce of thil Iiving esteem of her co-Workers in Mrs. Mneller's s.et hnn. FAKER MUST STAND TRIAL. (Chicago, .lau,. t. -O car Aiiierson, ai bookkeeii't,, was ordered renovl' it~ day to I'rgo, N. D., for trial in1 a charge oif using the ,mails to defraud in connection with an alleged cure fur consumpition. Government chemist.s tcstified at Anderl.Q's.hearing today that the "cure" caialuated of boiled barley and r'ce flou. :-Anderson is said to have received $20 a month from his patienta for "treatilent." THE WEAiHER Washington, D. C., Jan. 8, 1913. Weather Observer, Missoula: COLD WAVE. TEMPERATURE WILL FALL 30 DEGREES OR MORE WITHIN THE NEXT 36 HOURS. MOORE. hll, Mr. Moore! Ito yo rieally wish to .t' in ha l 1 with us? i uch it noth e Would piriobahly let youll get Iy wifely at ltlisst.crK or I4'iithtitk, butll you really ishouldcl stop ituidressing 1such ter rible (eare lines to Missoula. IDo you Iklowi whact you hlave salid. Mr. Moore?. DuringiL the' 24 ]lihours Ithat alici to it cilois' iii i . il. iio the dalti eo ' your in(esse go Missoul'IIs \Vei:th ter reicord wais: Maxln iiii, :11; nitniiielcene, 13. Now ca. 'lleI1 of 31) tilhgrees' wouil give i.s it ininhinuei ofe 17 iidegree's h. low zero. 'That's too much,1l Mr. Mooire, e" IIrily tis meilch. PFray e r.easonabrle (i\iv' tiI lthe hbenefit of thIe dioubt --nllll 'you must admiet, if youi hltave' follhowedI M issoulel's weather for the last few years, the existtence of it doubte that such i folre'lest is goingl to liine, true. for Missoulaet. liFourteen chtI.' le had enoughri for us, Iiand we have allIecady reportiedl to yoi thlis figure for this lwinter. T'his sHltid Hatit.:y you, Mr. Mouore. I)r. M. J. 1,lreel, the official weather oisiirvi'er for Misisoila. ri! ceiv\'ed Mr. Mloore's forecast iltt last c\vinltug. Ie Inlmade srlle tht the nees Sagli' lll cb n r(epe telldil ;anl thalit there' was nio mistake in the' figiures. Th'l'en lhe notifiedl the i.c.il prounce ic.rer chalnts and advised that if t hey had cany banlanlIs htanging outside Iln the shacldo th: it It mIhlgt ),I \wis lo throw ,some1 ('Jhe(e'(eCloth ove'r thjliin until suImel further eword was re·'ivehid. 'iThe o(mpletel rlcltig of the ccl Iweather ycstlrdtiy follotcs: Mexiinue i .. . . 34 Mliiunneii ......... . 13 At 6 p. m. Tlher'l o etel . r ... . ..... 29 Iiu rom eter ............... ...26 :3 At 6 p. m. Thermlilirceter . .... . 22 Itar.mieter ..... 6:43 Southwest wind; prciptllltioln, .27 Inches. Later-- Upon second thdought it Is tfanul that at th timle Mr. Muore ,sent his freceast last night it was bct\veenc Hotel For Lease Modern In every respect; steam heat, electric light, hot and cold water baths, etc. EasIest kind of terms to the right party. Inquire immediately. W. H. SMEAD COMPANY Phone 212 Red. Missoula, Mont. In the Line or ii n ntm, ti ndi r Jmultry. gu.l l in I ,4 i. nI :II. I fish, there, is no III i lirk i.t th:I furnilmh your table ii iiirc mtl' u il ' thil an Iih e ur . ()tII Our miarket is allynys attr'ctvl|V to thli f'iithliiui s InI Its IIsitl'iHN atndi c] nnhit nret , d11 tihe illl l;'y of much prlime meIlt, arm you alwVys find at the Union Market 132 Higgins Avenue - Bell 117 Ind. 431 SPECIALISTS IN Picture Framing 400 Different Mouldings Latest Patterns Lowest Prices Simons Paint and Paper House 211 and ill albov zro il ltissoillt. A l(ll t if Iho fill t10 hdeg.il'., tihrn, wi, ullll only bring the mercirs down ai.1111 zero. Ir.'.i this ilt of view, . ir. iMo r'es ines gli. itiitl Ivry little Ih. In liitlier is l verl y omforta lii ll t at thiis lselisll, An u ology is lhreby ex-ii tended Mr. Moore. MANY UNPAID FINES. ailt if ' itn 'isf , Jiui. t. I'npu i t fitir ml:nting to mIh taire ls n200,0, ih i,i oiit tains t it o illl- lii gglinr lttallships, ar.e still oii ti igtvern torlt's ill,k e, llan t ilil'r ii r i Ihtrn t~a l n pet mIho staents hooks, peting a tin ision of tdh I'ntlled Statf cir llllt cou.tt on pthe validity of l federal statute al cntuLry old. 'cThis niei ot todal y in coi rt llopliitn liiedl at $9,450. PENNIES COMING. Haunmilton. Jan. . --(,pecical.)--cIgna tulres and their ii'oomlpanying pennires are traplly coming ill at the Club cigar store, where the petition for the Idaht editors who were fined $500 each for contempt of court, following their pub icatlon of Colonel Roosevelt's utter ances concerning the ruling of the idaho supreme couirt, which kept the progresslve presidentlal electors off the Idaho ballot, was recgntly placed. A total of 60 reonts haitl teen su) •riti.bd at noon Ioday. 'Those ru.4pon si.bi f.r the ptacning of the ptlltion in W. 'It. M.el'atughlin's plate of busi ness are desirous that ivery person ilnterestetd in tihe' freedom of a.ipt'h of' the press drop in and ttacllh his narn to the potiltion. IDon't gurget tho IHelnly. LANE IS CHAIRMAN. W\ashington, JTan. 8.---( II nimsiner ralnklin K. Lane was ee|t t. t, nLy by Ith Interstat, co nlllll tCe ("* mltlli-iS l n to serve as its cthatirlnln fr the' yar ibt itnningll Jallln. 1:. I I, 'neettds chair man (Charles A. Prouty. A Belmont "notchi' colar'lu white striped Madras. It's an ARP.ROW COLLAR -ct2eor 3c. C.Iest.PtbO# e Co.